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 Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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NOV i   1910
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VICTORIA, tf
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Standard   Make $j   P -^/lonth.
WHITE, SHILS- J& CO.
NEW   WESTM'    iTER.
ILUMB
-   DUMBER 232
STMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY   MORNING, OCTOBER  29, 1910,
���Ult'E  FIVE  CENTS.
HTTON AND
fOOND KOI GUILTY
V
lirvOut Nearly Two Hours
_ Then Frees Men Charged With Intimidation.
. -, i  Fi-am',,  Kerwin,
. I, . all day s e   i
. nei b 'i'" '��� I
,. ii,cm and an a' hi r phaB
btwi en   the   Schi al e
and  the sti Ikli
crlmln I   chai  ���    ' i  Kel iwna
n i; e ell
HELP     WANTED.
Appeal    Made    to     Assist    Deserving
Family   Pursued   by   Mister:
' '  ' Rev. C. W,
1 the bi nel    ol ���
I |        en wood, ri
on  Twi et and I
��� -  one "r the I
lie, w i  ���    ,     i     |10 id, r '.;,  |
1 '' rei       il   to
the Royal Col
��� ���       ullet       i
yi i   bi en  locate i   an I  an iti ei   i
e to In
Prevlo enl   the
': ���    ��� ��� I b       oul of
i i      Ke Is al  pres-
but wlll
DEATH PAYS F1KST VISIT
TO FAMILY IN FIFT1 YEARS
First Em.
f   William   Ad.m.s   Is
Circle of Thirteen
the   '50's.
I
1
|
il one h iur an l tor-
and then returned o  rei
oi the charge ol In-
���you   are   dlschai i ed
Murphy   laconically,  and
ed from the doi
room  all  daj   yesterda
i    : K ity with mi ii Inti
l i aae an l  the feeling In
. ,    ���  ,. prls mere Beemed to be
ni.     When the prisoners
. the dock, there was a
T faction fi om the benches
,. .   , ae started to applau I tho
��i
ite I .   erlfl Armstrong
the applause was quickly
... ever, did nol  pn
��� , ii onei b' fi lends from flock-
1 ���  en ratulatin   tin
I ng their hand i at  thej
I- i i om. ���
��� ���   bj ilnsl   Hut; m   an I
���  the    did unl twfu
I Li onard l lunter, a i
I ���  emploj  ni the Schaa ���
j ine Works. Bv< i Bince .lune
j- , . ' been a sti II e on tl
L   . and Hunter wenl  to work
���tbi t.   He was nol a ui
] Hutton and  Kerwin are I
j allege I   oft< ni e
Iplace oi t 20, shorl ly attei  Hun-
|'. rted to work,
���  .   given a prell    nai y
tin      : at   ol   the
j ������ iben they have I ���
| : awaiting the sluing of tlie
Tht    prosecution    was
ii        e of a se: les of pettj  troubles
���   I ei:- and the men em-
[ployi lie wi
f the Jurors w ho Bat on
e F. A   Aull   D   VV, BalU
| l Pel' '���   B  kei .  Henry '
I   II   ,\iitii, A. L  Bate , 0. 1
\:mstrong, C. Archamba i t,
ij  and Francis Allen.
, ti phj   was rathe;   favoi able
Fl oners  In hla i ummlng up
Hi   ' :  ned  the  jui y  to    take
thi   .a from blm and nol from either
el foi   the    crown    or    tue
���   for the defence.
led II aa a first principle that
d   a   righl   to  form   them-,
bi   ��� unlonf .md also thai they
���  i i go on Btli ke     Bul la
the righl  ol every man, to,
living   as
esterday tl      amll;
pport of the i        n I  I
���  died shortl ��� after i eln    '
iu for Bhelter.   With the di
tbi   fan lly Is lefl  In dire Bti
nnd it Is with a \ h - to replai li
!">��� Ine thai   Mr. Houi;],inn |    seel In
���  nee     He  i    anxtou    to i
fat  lly of tliii-
a . century   wai
Ii rd ���
. ol  this i Ity,
;   de ���    of hls  father,
v.    . if, . Ixth yeai   I ���
1    ed 11 . .. ,   i,. .,,    ,.
his junl ii   an I <      en en, Haw I,
���     '      ' er, All     aad  Rob-
���      ol      Ml.n,'i.
;. of   Aber-
SOWH WESTMINSTER LAND
SELLS FOi! RECORD PRICE
OIL    FOR    THE    NAVY.
t /.enty   Seven  Acres  Weit  cf  Fraser
r.'ivcr Bridge Change Hinds for
$30,000.
An tant deal w      cli      I yi
te   ��� Kenne Ij   I .res. wil h a   .'������'���������
ndlcate,    tvherebj    .'������      i
Ki   nedy,   for   i he    ci n i lerath >n    of
to   the   i urcha
right,   title  and   inten   i   ln   I   ���
liern   portion   oi    let   5,  group   2,
i.i  Inlng i v en-
even    cn ��� e or less, ai I e
'ii1::  11oni  ihe  Si otl   road  to and
liani. of   Abei - e G. N. K. track a * hori dis
Gilbert, of Qlas-  lam       i       i the bi ld| e.
of Vbi  deen. The i rice, which fli   n    ap a frac-
The fatliei ���    i   Hj  had been   tlon o< er $1111 pei acre   is an       I
r a cou] , nd I lie news one fi r So ith  Wi er pi ipei I s
of hi
to
aboul  $00 this morning and purchase sons In Westn i   b      Dntll the com-
to the family Btipporter,
Donations may l e left at t he Bank
1 '   ' ������'   nen e,    or   handed    I i    Mr.
hton.
SHOT AT SUPPOSED DEER,
FATALLY WOUNDS VISITOR
Ncrth     Vancouver    Man     Hits     New
Ycrker  in   Hip,  Victim  Dying  Three
Ho'-irs    Later.
Morth    Vancouver,    Oct.    28.���Mr.
Im, of this city, who returned last
nlghl from a shooting expedltl ra, re-
a  sad  faiallty.    A  party   fri rn
this   City   was   away   on   B   Week'i    ���
Hon   up   Melanj   Cove   and    dl
ti let, and om       thi   party, ('. Yi u
������,-.   a  deei   in  the bush
i   terday,   Bred.    To  his  horror   he
ered thai p]    ed i	
D Gil    u to i    from N'ew V
Tin ������  i    effect   in   Mr,  Gib-
������ in's hip and travelled upwards
fortunate i    n     ed a        threi
later  trom   th<   effi cl    of   the
nd.
The i od>  w ii   coi   ��������� ��� l to Vancouver lasi  night and the matte.- reported   to the proftndal  police.    So far
can be i        I   Ine 1 Mi   Gibs m had
rei Uvea In  Hritish Columbia.
mencemeni  ol i   . inei -.  how
ever, William Adams had enjoyed re-
markal I    good hi and  u<tu  uweu
an active pari in the i ,-ei ydaj life ol
.. i -��� home
iii    .���..'. ���  ,   family going
e thai   Hftj years without
leath 1 reaking Into Its ranks is one
m ������ iualled in any country.
LEPER    FINDS   ABODE.
' ���  n.    Cal.,    Ocl     28.���Edward
I      ert,   afflicted   with   leprosy   coned while fighting for his country
in the Philippines, ol l ite spui ne I by
ell ii ���  and foi ced to sneak from
town to town, is now In solitary con-
i m   in  the isolation  wai I of the
llOSl Ital    here.      Fickerl    was
brought to this city lust night by Deputy si ei Iff  Davidson, i i   Vallejo, In
an automobile.
I.o: al Health Offb er Knight state I
I bi n^ ol
II il and that ll was proba-
ile  t nty   would   have  lo
: ro ; ��� ess the   Federal
��� rnn ent ci uld be li '��� iced to tal e
hlm in chan "
sold i n bloc, The Paterson rane
Immedlatelj east of the bridge, changed hands a couple of weeks ago at in
even \ I LOO i er acre.
Kenne ly Brol ben also sold al a
good figure during the week a score
ol residential bus In subdivisions on
the  hill  o ���!���:���;��� >��� -'tin-.   South   Westmln-
Provision   Being   Inserted   in   Government    Leases.
Ottawa.   Oct.   28.���The   probal
that oil will be the future fuel
for  powi     |     posi     In the Canai
in,;. Is fori        I  we I iii the following
clause which r iii hereafti    bi   In e i
i d in all Ie - ea ol Crown lands for pi -
im   purposes:    "Thai  if, In   I  e
ild 11 -
loum or'it       od or any   por-
liotild ai  : ii ���  time dui -
lng  1his  de:nl e bi   n    ilred for the
use of hl i   l   s i anadlan  na\
mil have a tight of pre-
i m) t i in oi all ci ude ; el t ileum oil i
Its prod icts got ti a or ��������� oi     adi    :
. : ucli tn e at   'i   ��� Bald, the
:     -    i     i     agreed on    etween the
nlste thi    ���    ee, or, In ca e   I
dlffei ence,   to   be   flx< -I   bj    the   e c-
i    ,,,.,.. 0j (��� ,
\WM TODAY OR
YOU Will Bt 100 LATE
Oriental   Rug   Weigns   Ten.
New   York.  Ocl rhe   1
i ii li ntal rui e /er broughl to thl
country has just been received here,
li is a Persian ear] et from the Kit-
man pro', lni e measuring nearly se\ e
ty-flve feel by fifty feet and weigh
lng almost a ton. The fabric Is seventy years old and required Blxty-flve
In making.
WHY    SALVES    FAIL
TO     CURE
EC. EMA
Sclei tists are now agn e I that ih��
a gem b are lo Iged not In the
outer skin or epi lermis, but In the
Inner skin. Hence, a penetrating
liquid is required, not an outward
Bah e  th I  cl igs tho pores.
We recommend to all ecezma pa-
1 tei ��� the standard prescription Oil
of Wlntergreen as compounded In Hani l fi rm known as l). D. D. Presclrp-
tion. A trial bottle of tbis D. D. D
P ription will instantly relieve the
Itch    Write the D. D. D. Laborati    -   .
I ept. 7. N, M., 49 Colborne street, Toronto, for this free trial bottle.    We
i ild and rccommende 1 this remedy foi  : ���   rs, and know of wonderful j
cures  from its use.    We re
II to oui patrons.
CONVICTS MAY BE TKiED
TWICE AT SAME ASSIZES
Householders' List for Civic
Elections Closes Today���
Office Open This Evening
Thi ��� I HI uon IntiQ
- o i egii tei ii' lari e numbi rs. 't il s Is
thi lasl day on Ich tl i without property wlll havea eh.use to
re     te   to  vote, and ll   la ex] ec ed
. there will be almi I thn i hundred appllcal lonf In tonl ;hl t ir spai e
In the t .i '.
Through the kindness of City C ei k
Duncan, wh i Is l eceh Ing the applica-
1 ; i :: e iii tlie city hall will
be open tonlghl bei ween the hours of
seven aid eight, and so there will bo
no excuse for any man not registei lng
if be has the qualifications.
lt is ei pei ted thai as a res' it of
the activity of the labor men, who aro
making strenuous efforts to swell the
li its, the vote at the next election will
be the largest ever polled at a civic
election In th.e City or New Westminster.
MATHIEU .
FLIES
PARIS
FROM
TO    BRUSSELS
Prisoners    With    Break-Away    Habits
Ordered to Be Prosecuted From Ottawa;   Grand   Jury   Is   Detained.
Brussels, Oct. 28.���The lon. est.
cross-country flight in an aeroplane
with one passenger was accomplished
today by M. Mathieu, a Frenchman,
who flew from Paris to Brussels, a
distance of 196 miles. Mathieu left
Paris at 12:30 and arrived at Brussels at four o'clock.
BOAT ii IVEN UP AS COST
REACHES NOME IN SAFETY
BELIEVES TAFT WILL BE
NtXT 11. S. PRESIDENT
Although   th.e  case   of   Merry,  who
is charged with forgery, was the last
li   was  to  have  been  considered
by the .ran! jury. Judge Murphy yeslerday retain?,   them account Of word
tecelved from Ottawa concerning the
case  ol   the  tv.o  prisoneia  who   ated to i    :aj e on Thui sday.
'warden .1. (.'. Brown had communi-
oa!   l  v. Ith  i he 'ii . in I:. t il   ol Justici
al i ittawa, and yesterdaj  he reci
l teli gram gl lng lni tructlo is to :
���    ite the men again.
1   '   two men will be given a preliminary   hearing   before   Magistrate  tinues.~is Ui
morning;    their
el 1 y the grand jury and If a
BIRD LOVERS PLUCK
FEATHERS FROM HATS
New York, Oct. 28.���The plumage of
forty-three   specimens   of   birds    formerly used to decorate women's hats
cannot be sold bj the milllnei b ol tl e
Btate of New York after duly \ of next.
S ear, according  to the annu il i e] oi I
of the National Association of Audubon   societies.    The   most   Important
feature of a law recently passed by
thi   state legislature, the report con-
e prohibition of the sale
ca      ot aigrettes.
Manitoba   Archbishop  Held  Up.
Meredith, N. H.. Oct. 2S.���A sen
tion  was  cie ited  here by   the  hot
by a p.-inii of footpads of Arc'1
Langevin of Manitoba,   llis . t
bere  In   connection  with   edi   atlonal
work.      He  had  parted  from   some
clerical companions and was proceeding   homeward   when   a   masked   man
Bprang forward and at the point of a
he thought besi so  revolver demanded money.   The arch-
lid not  trangress the laws   bishop   retained    his  composure     and
tried to reason with the assailant, who
refused to listen.   Threatening
panions were at hand and the money
was civen over.
in I.      Every   man   bad   the
��� to  go  to  work  in   E  Bhop
��� e  waa   a   strike  on.
eri again had the righl to
pt        Ij persuade men to stop work   ��������
in a pia e where tbere was a   strike ;-
���   ���   there their  privileges  i iurse of the trial.    He said that  it
ct   ed     rhej  bad no right to molest  the strike-breakers were  I
o  �� ���.... q detlj   doing his the word "scab'
i> the  Btrlkers
il   would  poem  that
were  all   troubled   with
; Intimidation, Judge Mur-1 deafness  when  the  word   was   men-
I ed that  it  meant, wrongfully  tloned, as it was Btrange that none
.i lawful authority trying to the   witnesses   for  the   defence
in not to do that which he  heard  the  word,  while all  the
i    right   tO  do      If  the  word   cesses   tor   the   prosecution   had   done
���   i used In the Kings' hotel so.    He left the case I i the common
bar and  bv   that   means,  the   men  in-   sense of the jury.
i�� I were not able to get refresh-:    Duiing the course of the afternooon
had
wit
Little  Schooner   Mary  Sachs  Encuun- '> Elihu Root Makes Political Prediction
tc"c:i   Terrific   Storrr.s   in   the
Bering  Straits.
Nm: e, VI ska, Oct, : S - -The gas >
line Schooner Mary Sachs, which had
been given up as lost, an ived here
safe.
Tne little schooner left Ketzebue
Si md threi eeks ago and encountered severe ; ales in Bering .Strait.
So terrific was the storm that the
schooner had to jettis in her carg I,
but none of the passengers were injured. The boat will remain heie for
winter quarters.
in  Speech  at Manhattan  Casino���
Mention   of   T.   R.
Taft
presi-
TATTOOED    BEARS    ARE
FUGITIVE'S    DOWNFALL
St. Louis. Oct. js.���George Cusdo-
ding is in the Belleville Jail instead of
the coal nine at Livingston, 111., because in his younger days be had two
bears tattooed on his arm.
Custoding lived al Stephen Davis'
I oarding house In Belleville until last
April. Davis Bays Cusdodlng did not
pay his board will wren be departed
an l also accused his former boarder
of taking $40 from him.
He swore to warrants, but Constable Lautz was never able to And lis
Ich they hud a right to pur-
������   might   be   that   the   word
" applied.
I  thai   the e  was  no   prool
did   presistently    follow    the
mlti  front  of   Vnderson  and
tore   to  the 'King's   hotel.
l evening a great many witnesses j man.   A few days ago he beard that
for tho crown  were heard.     li   wa-   a man answering Susdodlng's descrlp
that   the  strike-breakers   had  tan  was working in tlie coal   nine.
left
I ���-���'��� n
i   downtown and as Colum-
'   was  the main  stieet   in the
quite  natural   that    he
���-    n Columbia street  at the
bill   Hunter  was.     lt   was  given
i -1   i ual   ne   vns   ���     op-
.  i   refused   drinks   at   some   of   the   Lautz   was   told
hotels on account of their being non-   bears   tattooed
union   men.  and  one bartender  swore
that    it   he    had    known    they
Schaake's   men  he  would   nol
served tbem.
Major   Wright   Sobey
break   In   the   crown's   ease   when   he
-wore thai   it   was he and  not   Ke Win
wei .'
ba'. i'
made   a   bad
lie  wi uld   iind
on   Cusdodlng's
arm.   Lautz went Into the wash hi
at  the mine and  watched each  man's
ai in  as  he  washed.     When   he  fonn I
one with two bears tattooed   on tlie
fore irm, he arn   ei bim.
Cusdodlng dl 1 not  den;,   bis - '.entity.
Ke was held to the grand Jurj
who   had   spoken   lo   Hunter   when   1
-
Ide of the stieet and It after-  llrst   Btarted   to  work.
own   that   he   waa   In    the
Hotel bar.   Thai did not con-
in offence,
word   ": cab"   has   heen    made
by the counsel for the crown.
16
Hunter bad
sworn  that  it  was Kerwin.
Edward John Welsh, Sheriff Arm-
shorn; Fred Johnson and Henry
Schaake. nave unimportant evldenc
The onlv  time dining the day
m
o, that the it.rois might be which the crowded court room had a
'        believe that the act of calling chande to laugh was   n the  evening
i  icab was a criminal offence,  when  VV.  Norm'   <���
"'  !    was   not    BO   far   as    this    case   question!!!.
mcerned, tor ine accused were ted asking Hutton
men   had    passed
WITNESS IN FORGERY CASE
TOO ILL TO GIVE ""
New York. Oct. 28.���"If Mr
continues to make ., g i a
dent, as he Is making now. he will be
tl e natural an.l inevitable candidate
for his party in 1912, unless one thing
happens���that the people of the United States shall repudiate the admin-
Istrt tion of Mr. Taft by such a crushing and overwhelming defeat of his
party that it will be apparent that
Mr. Taft cannot be re-elected."
This was the statement made tonight by l'nited States SenatorBllhu
Root, in a speech at Manhattan Ci ���
sino.
New Vork is one ol the three      - il
:  Is  i- and against  i iem, tried   ������,  ,.,,.,,���,s ,-,���. lhe gale ()f  ,li;.rettea>
:���   the   i  .-ent  assizes   unless tVie others bel      ,���n.,;,n   and   Paris
they elect for a speedy trial.
T ' be tried by the assize court on a
empted esca] e on Thurs-
daj    u.d   tl en   again   on   a   sli
charge In lc.-,s ; tan a week, will ���
unique occurrence tn Canadian legal
history.
THIEF
COMBS
AT
HAIR
VICTIM'S
MIRROR
The ai a .t'e is taken from the mother
bird when nesting and costs her life
and tbe life of the young bird:.. Tho
Audubon societies have been fighting
for th.e protection of these birds for
many years. The passage of the so-
called plumage bill will prevent tiie
use of their plumage as well as that
of most wild birds of the country and
all the birds native of New York state.
MINER   SHOOTS    HIMSELF
IN    PREPARING    FOR    DUEL
Philadelphia, Oct.   28.���Stopping   in
front   of  a   hallway   mirror  to  comb
his hair, after he is alleged to bave attempted to rob the home of Mrs. Mer-
kie.  of 4517  Ilaverford avenue,  William  T.  Fitzgerald posed long enough      -Xew  Vorlc-  0ct-   -���<-~A   course   in
tor the woman's two daughters to get 'artistic  costuming'   Is a novel  fea-
a good look at him.   Later they ident- tur�� of ' :   "" -m ��rfe'ed   !l>' ('c;
Bed him as the man who entered the  lulIlbla Ofiverslty to students in tiie
fine   arts   department   tins   fall.
COLUMBIA    TO   TEACH
GIRLS   HOW   TO   DRESS
course is declared to be
ing link between the fine
The
"a connect-
urts and the
Valdez, Oct. 28.���While oiling and
loading a rifle which, it is said, he intended to use in adjusting a dispute
with M L. McCallister over mining
property, J, J. Finnegan, a prospector, accidentally shot himself ln the
right hand this morning. The bullet
tore through the fleshy part of th.e
hand. Inflicting such n wound that
nearly the whole hand will have to be
amputated. The injury is the nun e
seiloua Bince Fiunega'n's left hand was
so bally crippled in an accident some
years ago that it is useless,
McCallister. who Is president of the
local Miners' union, quarreled with
Finnegan oxer a piece of mining property which both claim. After tl 63
parted, acquaintances of both men say
Finnegan wenl to his cabl i for lis
i ide. f rj lng he was going to "g i out
and hunt" McCallister,
house.
Fitzgerald wast arrested by Detec
tive Edward Clear and arraigned be- ,
fore   Magistrate   Beaton,     lie   denied | domestic arts department,
having   been   in    Merkle   house,   but
Florence  Merkle,  fourteen  years  old,
and Lillian, sixteen years old, declar-,
ed he was the man who posed before I opening lecture the b. ���        d.
their mirror.
The two girls said they followed
bim after he left the house, but be
out-distanced them. He was held in
bail tor court.
The instructor, a woman, was formerly the designer for a fashionable
Fifth   avenue   dressmaker.       ln   the
TEXAS
BORDER    WRONG,
SAY    NEW    MEXICANS
ia,i
Fred C. Hayes.    Ile admit-
when  Hunter and
some other  	
were   scabs.   Asked   it   be  did
that   the  word   "scab"   was
not
t the word  "scab"
he   said   that   be   had
men   called   anything   else
strike  was  being  discuss-
fged   with   calling    the    men
1 "t of Intimidating them.
de B. Karris, counsel for the
" '     '   made an eloquent   address in
"''!''  of the prisoners,     n<> said
I   II   were  not   for the solemnity
1''' occaBion, enhanced by the pres-
"' '    '���  the judge and  the court  offi-
":i'v   the   matter   would   he  BO   trivial
would  be laughed  at.
n,e evidence of the strlke-breakera  hearing If they
v ,.��� .,..,      ��- n io     m-. Bole���Did you insult the
Witness- No s'l'.
,r''v contradictory.
they were hauntel
He  thought
by the   word
if they
not  know
an   insult
heard the
when  the
C ile  state I   that   the  men   were  fifty
when  he made the remark
nusi have remarkably acute
heard what be said.
men?
feel   away
and they
tnd in this connection quoted
'   Hnes from Shakespeare.    Thee
von consider It an
Mr. Hole���Would yi
all  am otic a  scab?
-Not  if he  had  not  heart
insult   to i
Witness
me.
witnesses
....akospenn
QSBlbly some occasion on which
::!'i he-ird the word "scab" whls-
'' ' ' :'"' 'hey went by, but that was
nntural when the position they
;"1 in the community wns con-
. ,,v Norman Bole, K. C, on behalf of
i!";:;?;.���*!1 *__��� *&j____: si^'i'iBft m^ ����� **���
There were many  other
called and much extraneous evidence
wa i Introduced on both sides.
'���n,e end of the case leaves but one
P to be beard on the criminal list
ase of forgery against
iiKiii
Which be touched on the evidence  Merry
'rh  had   been  offered   duiing   the
'the court opens this morning.
Jury   Views   Previous   Statements    of
Jack Watkins���True  Bill  is  Returned   Against   Merry.
HUNDREDS ABE SLAIN IN
BATTLE IN ABYSSINIA
Empress
Throne
Tai-Tu    Trying    to    Wrest
From   Young   Emperor Lidj
Santa Fe, X.  M.. Oct. 28.���The
publican  majority decided in the constitutional convention today that the
Initiative shall he left out of the constitution.
The report of tie boundary committee claims 600,000 acres now claimed by Texas, The eastern line of the
state, t ccot in ��� i ��� the boundary committee, Is to be the 103rd n ei ldl in
wesl from Greenwich. It was ex-
plained that the federal survey made
In L860 was Incorrect and that a la-ge
area of territory was given to Texas
which  BhOUld  have been  given to  New-
Mi-  Ico and other slates.
Ten   million  dollars  was  paid    fo
Texas,  It  is  said,  to  relinquish   all
Claim  to land  west  of lhe  UK'.rd  mer-j'.'"'",
-  M,.   let   it   is  said  th-l   Texas  sti"
"Find out what your most, characteristic feature is and then dress up
to it. If you do this you will be artistically gowned. Of course it must be
an attractive feature. Art in costuming does not emphasize any but the
good points in the feminine face and
figure. The others have to be dressed
down. For instance, a too prominent
-Re- j nose, eyes that squint, or mouth of
too ample proportions may be subdued and the other features given
prominence.
"W'e must have Individual! t;
dress. There Is far too much d
lng alike here in New York.
your silhouette, side
every angle and you
where the lines can be
"Study
front, at
soon Iind
proved.
���'   i.i
ress-
and
will
lm-
BURLINGTON    RENT   BY
PROHIBITION    CAMPAIGN
According to a statement made by
Dr. Hall yesterday to the grand jury,
.lack Watkins, one of the chief witnesses for the crown, in tbe Merry
forgery case, is buffering from a severe tubercular complaint, and is unable to appear In court.
Judge Murphy, after taking this into consideration permitted the jurors
tp view the evidence given by Watkins at the preliminary Inquiry.
The  jury   bt ought   In   a   true
against   Merry,   and   the    case
probably come up this morning.
The amount of the cheque to which
Merry Is alleged to have signed the
name of a man named Cleveland, is
only $35.
bill
will
Jessan���Italy   Interested.
Home, Oct. 28.���A despatch from
Adfs Abeba. Abyssinia, today says
that hundreds of men have fallen in
buttlo between the amies of tbe Empress Tai-Tu and the young emperor,
Lidj Jessau,    No details are given.
lt has been known for many months
thnt the empress designed to wiest
the throne from the youthful successor of King Menelik. and that her
agents have been preparing for the
usurpation for nearly a year.
Italian authorities are watching developments in Abyssinia and It Is believed that Italy will attempt to regain
a foothold in tlie kingdom should opportunity. It is reported that Nubian
agents bave made ovei tures to Italy
and Enpland for Intervention to prevent Civil war.
Burlington,  Oct.   28;���Wet  or  dry?
This   is   tbe   Issue  Stirling   UurUnton
voters to unusual activity as th.e No-
election draws nearer.   Even
those not entitled to a hallo!, but who
think they should exerice the light of
franchise   have taken a hand in the
cause of temperance���the women are
busy.    Every wet and every dry voter
has made the coming struggle a per-
Elaborate  arrangements  are   being' sonal issue and all are In the   field
made  for the  annual  banquet  of the j campaigning for the "cause."
Up to a few days ago. neither side
had an "organ."   Drys felt themselves
t
claims some 600,000 acres.
CANADIANS   IN   NEW   YORK.
Canadian club of New York, to be held j
at the Hotel Astor on the night of November IB,    The Canadian club ban-j
quet   Is   always   among   the   notable j
events of the  winter season  in   New
York, and this  vein's function  promises to be a gathering of far-reaching
importance.
The celebration commemorating one
hundred years of peace between Gieat
Britain and the I-nlted States will
there have its initial movement. The
National Committee of the United
States, organized for the purpose, tbe
American Peace society and the Bu-
leau of National Industries are combining with the Canadian club to
make this a historic event.
Canada is to be equally well represented by prominent speakers who
have been Invited to the banquet,
hampered; wets saw no chance to
procure the backing of a newspaper.
Without undue noise, the diva subscribed $3000 and purchased The Burlington Journal. Attorney E. N. Livermore was made editor, and with this
support the temperance voters say
they will ride to victory in a gallop.
Mr. Livermore lias led the dry movement throughout the country. He Is
a forceful speaker and good writer.
Shortly after Livermore took charge
of The Journal, a new paper entere.l
the fleld. It Is known as The Tribune
and ln the next Issue, the wets say, It
wlll answer Llvermore's arguments
for the drys and try to show Burlin-
ton the folly of voting Itself out of
$0000 annual saloon licensee.
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FACE TWO
THE DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
Cteified Advertisements
WANTED.
IREALJESTATE
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
.... ,��� i Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St
WANTED -- BY     A     CO.Ml'MEM | New  Westminster,   B.  C.
pjuag lady position in nice private jBpanch 0ff,ce     .    _     Kamloops. B.C
tcv.e.    Addi ess No. a, News Ollice.
WANTED���BOYS AT THE ROYAL
fay Cigar Factory; goad wages to
liaut  party.    73U  Agnes  sireet.
PORT MANN
TEN    acres    in    section    27,
bleck 5
0. ANTED���A   Clt 11
,DREN'S
N
URSE
lav  (our  months.
Apply   M
is
.    Dr.
. i nes, 4S  Royal avenue,
V A XT ED ��� BY
exper:
it:
NCED
waitress, dining room work
An-ly
*8 ." Dally  Now s
office.
north, range 2 west, adjoining the
townsite. Price .10uu per acre; one-
quarter cash.
TEN    acres   in
section
35,    block    5
north, range 2
west.    I
'rice $650 per
acre; one-thin
1 cash.
SIXTY acres on   lowr.line road, close
to townsite.    Price $500   j (r acre:
WANTED TO  RENT���COTTAGE OR      one-third  cash,    balance    one. two,
apartment by young couple; careful     throe and fou
tenants. State rent and conveniences. Address Box T. Daily
. ews.
WANTED���] RF.SSMAKING  BY  THE
*Sa*.   Miss Kiian. 624 Hamilton st.
EIGHTY ncres on Yale road In north-
oast quarter of section 24, town-
. ;.:;> 2.    Price $200 per acre
CINtMATOGRAPH
IS GRfAT POWER
Edison's Famous Invention
Fast Assuming- Great Educational Importance.
conceivable subject. which Is bound.
especially in schools, to be a tremendous rival in books.
Finally, the cinematograph bus led
the Denver Republican to   modernize
Longfellow  thus:
Moving picture shows remind us.
As they  Hash  their scenes of crime,
That we'd hate to leave behind us
In,prints on the dims of time.
Take the round trip on ihe Frasei
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfei
leaves ilrackuian-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.    Return fare r,ii cents.
Try a "Want" ad In The
tv il 1 bring results.
News   It
��*
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates  Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone
NEW  WESTMINSTEP        !
mmonse
ded by
ing   In-
cash.
ENGLISHWOMAN     WOULD
housework, days or half days
Areas D. Dally News.
....... SURREY
MM-. ,TEn   acre3 of  good   land
Ad-
\.  LNTED ��� DINING
Apply Kings Hotel.
ROOM    GIRL
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, SITU-
Utton as clerk in store. Address L,
.-".. Dally News.
WANTED���A   YOUNG  WOMAN
t once; good wages to the right
son.   Apply Royal City dye works
BURNABY
TWO   lots,  50x132 feet  each,  close  to
 .I     car  line.     Trie    Moi    each;     one-! ',1:ice
AT     eighth cash, balance over eighteen
per-|    months.
Few people yet real''/" the
Influence which is being wi
11 e cinematograph���that am
ventlon of Edison's by whiqji the very
actions of people In all parts of the
world call bo ii.c, baric illy repro-
:' ft 1 t-i Oi dor in any ol llOl' I art of
000   I''''  world
Everywhere cinemal (graph theatres
c springing up. and fortunes are he-
made by them.    But  the import-
of them  is  ti.e Influence   they
spei i .ior-.    la ;he  Unit-
is "th(    greatest   single
force in shaping tho Amei li an chai ac-
ter."
In England
; eo] ll
int
a. ee
WANTED ��� SMALL     RANCH,
j/roved.  with   buildings,  in  the  vie-
btlty of New   Westminster.      Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
��� Ithe people's trust co., ltd
T.  H.  McCornick.
Mating:!-  Rer.l   Estate  Dept.
WANTED ��� HOUSEKEI ^	
couple.    Apply i F'fe,   Life.   Accident   nnd   Automobile
rooms
Box A
for  married
A., this office.
iVAXTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  12b  Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���BUGGY, FIRST CLASS
condition: steel tires. Address "C."
Dally News ofl ice.
FOR      SALE���CHOICE      OF      TWO
.   cows;      splendid      milkers;      just
ralved; also three pigs.    Chanticler
Farm, Westminster Junction.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box -!7!), City.
KIR SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, $700 per acre for
this month $1500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box L'110, Vancouver.
FOR SALE���CASH REGISTER, 18
inches wide, double key board, flrst
doss condition. Cheap. .Apply Ira
tt. Reid. Columbia street, next to
lr3m  office.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, casli $300.
5>o. anee $20 per month.    Iiox W. S.,
Dally News.
i	
FOR SALE OH RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern hous�� on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars or 512 Fourth stieet, New
Westminster, B. C.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   under
cultivation . t hree   quarters   of   a
mile    from B. C. E. R. tram    line. |l/ave on the .,,.. . .   ��� ...*.   ,
Prii e $225 : i r a ere; $50 i cash, bai- ed  states it   "
anee over six    years.    Don't    miss
this. Ref. ::2.-,-.\.    	
i te^^M^^^H  t*^^^^^^^^^^^^
It is reported that n - e
go  week   by   week   to   these
than to the theatres;  and nol
onlj   adults, but  children,   s .���. irm   to
them night after night in large   numbers.
In  London  we  are told  that   there
[are   already   200   cinematograph   theatres, making from  C5 to ��100 profit a
week,    Terry's  theatre  has  just   been
I leased for twenty-one years as a cine-
|matograph theatre' and a program will
run every day from 2 p, m, to 11 p.m.
New York has 450 of such theatres,
with a   seating   sapacity   of   150,000;
Chicago 310, with  capacity  for 93,000
people; Philadelphia 160, with seating
capacity for 57,000,
Fortunes  for   Cinematographs.
"The chief combination of manufac-
Improved   in  Hirers," say the American   Magazine,
$14.(i00, one-1 "produces 200,000 feet a week of new
'films���of which  eighty copies apiece I
 | must be made.    Mr. Edison's royalty,
begun only recently, amounts from
- this source to an income of ��1600 a
tram; unimproved! week. The middlemen or exchanges
pay manufactuerers ��1,800,000 for the!
films, which the former rent at about
IN!. ;iiii,imn a year to the actual exhibitors or showmen. They in turn collected  nickels  and  dimes  In   1009,  at i
-^!     KELLINGTON BROS.
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank  Building,
Columbia  Street.    Phone  680.
^^^^^^  DELTA
ONE   HUNDRED   acres
Delta;  $11,000 cash, oi
half cash.
SURREY.
EIGHTY  acres   improved   in   Surrey,
two   miles   from ^^^^^^^^^^^^
land  across the road sold  for $100
per acre:  $4500 cash.
SEVEN and one-half acres in Kennedy subdivision, one-half mile from
Kennedy Station; $lS0O; cash takes
this.
AND .EVERYT^
YOU NEED
AT ,rii
New Wcstmins!
������ --3* WsTXKsmtmsi tii t_
��-.B.C,
Mineral Water
Aerated Water!
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.C
Telephone   R   113. O" ce:  p,   ..,,;,���
fc
J.-#iS. _$ggJ�� li&___W2_W.
TWENTY acres in section 30, township 2, facing on Scott road; only a
few yards from tram. HOT per acre;
good terms.
CITY.
CLEARED     corner     lot     on     Fourth
avenue    and    Tenth    street;    price
$1300.
SIX   lots
$3000;
on   Fourteenth
good terms.
street;   price
SIX roomed house and two lots on
Lelth street, both lots cleared, good
orchid: immediate possession. Price
$2400;  $800 cash.
Characters  in
THREE    lots   corner
and Tenth avenue:
Twe'fth
price ?:���:
street
100.
TO  LOAN.
$3000  to   loan  on  city  property  at
per cent.
ROOMS   TO   RENT
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, NEW-
Ir furnished, first-class board; all
borne cooking. Terms very reasonable, at 5i:> Agnes street.
TO RENT���A LARGE FRONT  BED-
Town, furnished. Apply Arrow Press,
street,    near    Daily
KELLINGTON BROS
Fire,   Life,   Accident  and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia Street.    Phone 680.
*CS    Victoria
?��ews.
NOTICE   TO  TENDERS.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURN-
��bed front bedroom, suitable for
two gentlemen. Apply Box J. S.,
Ikiily News.
TO LET���FURNISHED  ROOM, COR-
cer Agnes and Seventh streets.       I   	
 I	
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT. I NEW
���nroly 71" Tv*~ *s*ymt
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable fur-
M'.shed bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 2?,?, 8th St.
Tenders are invited up to November
1910. for the purchase of any of the
their 10,000 ticket windows, amounting to Gll.t'iit).nun. And these audiences numbered more than two and a
quarter million souls per day���three
times the audiences of all the regular theatres in America put together.
"When an enterprise as vast as this
get into the Held of morals, something
serious is bound to happen one way
or the other. So far, n is happening
both ways. Eor instance, we quote
from  a last  month's newspaper:
" 'Charles Judson witnessed a "sulci le" scene last night ln a moving picture show at Newark. Then be went
home ancl copied the plan of the pic-
ture heroine. His body was found in
his gas-filled room this morning.
" 'The suicide was nineteen years
old. The picture that he saw last
night showed a young woman going
through all the preliminaries to suicide by gas, finally reclining on her
bed and awiting death calmly.
I " 'What was thrown on the screen
Judson copied to the last detail, even
to the stuffing of the cracks of the
windows and doors.'
The  Brighter   Side.
"Is there any reason why so com- i
polling a force cannot be thrown en-;
tirely to the aid of education and in-!
sparation?" asks this magazine.
"The   possibilities   of   constructive j
helpfulness in the motion picture have
long    been    plain    to    thinkers    like '
Thomas A. Edison.    He said recently: '
ft will wipe out narrow-minded preju
���Mrs.  Wiggs of the Cabbage     Patch."     Westminster
House   Tbankgiving   Night,   October 31.
Opera
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xm?s   work.      We  h
ave
just received a Spler*d'd Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The ty hite House 617 Columbia Street
THE
BankofToron
/.JEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People w ho 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 strong bank-
ing organization.
mm:
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
-, , iu.   L���c 1.U1H.1I0.1P ui any oi tne    ,. , . *T       u "���"""���'iniiimii  preju-   )n��r   rnmnnnif
following lots: Subdivisions 30, 31, 32 i1'106* w,lio11 are founded on Ignorance I    l,"m
33 and "A   Inta 4 anH t.   d.,kji..,-: n'   it   Will   create   -a   _o��Hyio-  ~f   ���   tsl<tle  l**""  ��>
and 34, lots 4 and 5, subdivision 11,
Twelfth street, city.
Address with terms, Executor, care
Daily News, City.
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
District of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that I, \Vll!ia:m Robert
! Dick, of Vancouver, B, C, occupation t culture   aeronautics
FURNISHED i real estate dealer, intend to apply for j teriology, biography,
Handy  to I permission  to purchase the following
TO    RENT ���NICELY
' '    ' '        .    >i . ..I ' ) . (*        , I ) ] TWO. I 1 .1 li ' I  �� LU       )   '    '   ' I I I  ~ ���'" > I M I        I I i       [JUIL'IlIlKfi       T flP       I ("11 1 ClVL' . Tl tT . a*a*a*a*s*t*a*a*M	
Mnesa section.    Apply 129 Tenth i described lands: wuowing entomology, ethnology,  fisheries, geo-
Commencing at    a    post    planted S��PiL,W,to,_\indu8trial. Wndergar-
���|about twenty chains north from   the '----^^dle!'.���lnln�� and metalurgy, ml-
1t**t**.
TO LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS. AP-
|t��    ipstalra Trapp    block,    corner
'���.��'. T-,ht.    a,i*-r*s..   snH   CluiUnn
TO RENT - - FURNISHED HED
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
tfter ���! p. in. or between 9 a. in. and
> p.   in,  at  Room  14. fi23 Columbia
**.rt*-\.
southwest corner of Timber " I mr. |fr08opy- ;nili';u'-v- naval, natural his
38769, Texada island, th^e �� ��* ^___^^^\J/M^
eighty chains, thence    south ��elghtj\^tNoolo����'' ' S<'C""'' "'aV01
'���hams,  thonce    oast    eighty    chains,1     "Tha \,_' ,',,.���., t,
hence north eighty c ns to point of ,���at| .,^     k
commencement, containing  640 acres  and encouraging wh"o]e8"o
the formation, by the People's Insn
""c  of  New   York,  of   the   nation,-,
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
Royal avenue to Sixth avenue. Paving   companies   will   be    required    to
if  tt-in  r.,-r.���,m   ,  f   iT "2 '" "--'istate term of years they will guaran-
L.IdiL?    ,    ,   t    H* ��J sy;"l)n,l��'-tee   their   paving   nnd   percentage   of
It        u   ��       ," the,dow��-"��d"en  money the corporation can retain dur-
ew 1,     16ifar,h,; an<L .' Wl" R,vel'��S the period of guarantee;  also tho
new Ideals to be followed.' steepest grade their pavement is safe
niiuil       * trf,,"end0"3 vi,n'  force of | (or horse trafflc.
culture as well as amusement,' Is the |     plans,    profiles,   specifications    and
further Information can be obtained
from J. W. B. Blackman, City Engineer.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5 o'clock on Monday,
October 31, 1910.
Canvassing aldermen or ratepayers
by representatives of Paving Companies strictly prohibited.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Hall,   New   Westminster,  Octo
ber, 19,1910.
Canadian National
Apple Show
-AT-
VANCOUVER
*
Interest is  paid  on
Balances half-yearly,
''���'siness   Accounts
om favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS;. $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTER
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B.  C.
neat phrase of Professor F. K. Starr
of the University of Chicago. Glancing over the catalogues of manufacturers like Pat he Freres and Georgo
Kleine, of Chicago, one finds films offered that unfold lessons In 'agricul-
animal life, bae-
biology.    botany,
October 31st to November 5th, 1910,
Special low rates from all points In
It. C. at SINGLE FARE FOR THE
ROUND TRIP. Tickets on sale from
October llflth to November ,'lrd. Final
return limit, November 9th,
further particulars apply to:
For
Ed   Goulet,  Agent   C.   P.   R.,  or  write
to C.   R.  Foster,  New  Westminster.
White Star-DominioD|
Canadian Service
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebec���Liverpool.
Laurentic  Oct. 2?|
(New, triple screw, 14,882 tons.)
Canada   Nov.!
Megantic  Nov.'2
Dsminien   Nov. H
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
Vancouver, B. ('., September 6, 1910.
al step toward eiim-
thal  are  dangerous,
ime ones
NOTICE.
^^^^lL08T.
LOST���BUNCH OF KICVS. FINDER
please return to the Dally News
���Bice.
LOST ��� WHITE SETTER DOG,
UiHtrk patch over eye and black
spr.ts over body. Answers to name
of Count Fritz. Any person harboring mhic after this notice will in-
prosecuted. Kinder please return to
.. i. Cambridge, Fourth street.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice. M
Pursuant to Section 20, of the Local Ition of manufacturers
LOST ��� PAIR    SILVER    HANDLED
���rlssors, on Sixth street, between
Third avenue and Carnarvon street.
Finder please return to .Mrs. A. L.
LaTery.
Improvement General By-law, 1909,
notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll lor local Improvements on
the following streets, vl..: Alexander
street, Church street, McKenzie street,
Clarkson street from Begbie to Sixth
stieets,   Sixth   street,   from   Columbia
board of censorship. This Is composed of public-spirited men and women,
j cisons of blub professional .tanding,
representatives pf the municipal government and of social organization. .
���'ong with those of the main com bin a-
Many of the
so-called 'iude) endents,' however, voluntarily submit their lllius also for
the national board's O. K.���which, as
a certificate of goo I standing and respectability,   has   business   value.
"So   the   problem   of   suppressing
moving pictures thai are Improper has
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist  in Steel. Reinforced Confrere and  Modern   Building Construc-
tif-in.   Telephone 806.
F.asm   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Try a  Want  Ad. in the News.
��� in fcring results.
treet to Royal avenue, Lome street,  ceased to exist with these leadina      .
rom olumbia to Clarkson, Begie st, successful manufacturers-thosf ���
Henley street from Eighth avenue to the so-called 'trust,' and sever of ,..
London street; is open for Inspection, /independents' too. Tni ge, 21, ��
at the office of the Assessment Com- shall be at once uplifting and strikln*
mssloner in the City Hall, New West- they scour the earth" Mll,��n��.
minster, British Columbia, and in case!    Some such control as this will
the owner or any person interested in talnly have to be   ntrod Z
any of the properties Included therein ! "'here. introduce
desires   to   appeal   from   such   Assess-       One of the most  lmnort-mt   n.      .
ment he should within the period   of1 which  the clnematoZnhtil    !?   ��
eleven (11   days from the first publi-1 that of Instruc ing sr   1    ���   ' .
ft��s.tts ****** �� r,.'.��?W!
^msvlOs^sJa^mmtfl-t
I       ' W. A. DJNCA   . City CU ' GSSW WW.12S',J2S
cer
every
s
re
Notice is hereby   given   thai    The
was j Kraser River Tannery, Limited, a body
corporate,   incorporated   under     the
["British    Columbia    Companies    Act,
1 s!17,    and    Amending Acts," currying
on   business   in   the   District   of   New
Westminster and  Province of British
Columbia, having applied to His  Excellency,   the   Governor   General    in
Council for the approval of a certain
!site for the construction of wharves
on    the   southerly    shore     of     the
Fraser       river,       situate       on       the
foreshore   of   blocks   "A," "lh"   and
"C,"  being portions of lots  seven   (7)
and  eight   tK),  group  two   <")   In  lhe
distiict of New Westminster nnd province  of  Hritish   Columbia,   have    de-
posfted  with  the  Honorable the  Minister nf Public Works at Ottawa, plans
of said   wharves   which  they   propose
to construct,  together  with  a  description of the full slle I hereof described
by  metes and  bounds, and  have also
deposited a  duplicate of each  in  the
office of the registrar of deeds for
tho  District   of  New   Westminster,  in
which district the said works are proposed to be constructed, In accordance
with the requirements of section 7 of
the "Navigable Waters Protection
Act," chapter lir, of the Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
WHITESIDE &  KDMONDS.
Solicitors  for   Feasor   River  Tannery,
Limited,
hilod al the City of New Westmln-
SURREY MUNICIPALITY
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders will be received by the undersigned until November 4th, for the
purchase   of   the   following   property
adjoining
Port Mann Townsite
Viz.: ���Lots I, 2, 3, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9
11, 12, 13, 14, IB, 16, 17. IS. 19, 20
22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33, of re
subdivision of lot 23, of section 16
block 5 north, range 2 west. Terms oi
sale are cash when deed is executed.
An indefeasible title will be given.
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool.
(Christmas Sailing   I
Laurentic   Dec J
Canada Dec 10
The Laurentic and Megantic a*
new White Star steamers th eiargw
xnil most modern from Canadian
ports.
For rates,
apply to
berth  resei i ttions, ('������
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R
W.  F.  BUTCHER, Agent G. N. �����
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
619 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wa
10,
21.
The    highest   or   any
necessarily accepted,
tender    not
E. M. CARNCROSS, C.M.C.
Cloverdale,   B.C.,   October  22,   1910,
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Hater information has been received
relating to the North    Arm    bridge,, bjbjbji - -  fjjjsj
Fraser river, thai the bridge will   be near The Dally News Co., COU Vide
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
, Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat MaiM
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue-
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   P^5
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pf"
iLo.iuu.eut of instruction  for   every Bt��l this ^7th day of October, 1010,
closed
viz.:   :
1910. j
.Victoria  E.C
ul:i
only three days   for   repairs,
rth,  28th  and  29th of October,
Street.
Oc.ober 2Q4 1010,
'    Try  a  "WANT" ad In The Ne*��
It Km brim reiuiu.
Wffl
,._^;v: v^sw *t*-j
><M\ CfU
RDAY. OCTOBER 29,  1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
_*%M*hWEtl 1    PAGETHRER
,nk of Montreal
"Established wn.
_ ..   $14,400,000.00
IplTAL     11,000,000.00
Isebve ���
tbroughout Canada and
uoul anu in Loudon, Eng-
|*f"umllY0r'�� Chicago and Spokane,
I(i''SeU���, Me'tfco City. A general
VA., and �� tranaacted.    Let-
#l;l. ..���,,>.   |ssu��.i.   available   with
IS 0( Ue    .      In
,SDondentfl i"
all
Iresi
ii hi
. nnnk Djpsrtment
'���������   .1  and upward
F        ... sums oi *i
I        S al.owe.ai 3
parts ot    the
Deposits
upwai d,
per cent, pei
n it   rate)
b!l Assets  r
$isr,,oou,ooo.uo
|.EW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G  ii. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
sf er Co,
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Re h,ts io, ii, i2, 13, 14 1E 16 .,
and is, block 42 of section 3 block "
North range 7, west In the district of
New Westminster.
WHEREAS proof ot the loss of cer-
tlflcate of title number 3379F, Usu, i
In the name of Sarah Michie has bee
filed in this offli e.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
I Bhall, ai the expiration of one month
from the date of the flrsl publication
' ereof, In a daily newspaper pub
ed In the city of New Westminste
sue a duplicate ol the sai I ce tlfl ���������
unless in the meantime valid objection be made to uie In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
Dlstri t Regit trar of Tltl<
I.and Regi itrj Offlce, New Westminster, .    c, September 27, 11 LO.
HORSE LAMP SIGNALLED
DISTRESS OF WELLMAN
First Messages  Exchanged  by  Lamps
Between Air and Sea Resulted in
Rescue of America's Crew.
0CB Tbone 115.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street-
I pagKaBe   delivered   promptly    o
inj Dart of tie citj.
"To The
beneral Public"
TAKE   NOTICE.
Where ran I get the bt   t pot  ���    ��� ;
tl e citj '.'    i >tii>   om   an   ��� er to thai
question,
\v. Hatl fifty. 527 Fronl   treet, city,
e
...              u       t* rt. Matt t ook, ..., t ronl    tn et, city
;;<7M and Heavy Hauling i         He im8 nothing but ui��
JjJUltt""               '                    D best pot al         nlci   and me          T
OFFICE��� TRAM   OFPm
'Gardiner & Gardiner
(F, Q, Qardlner)
ARCHITECTS
Prici     ti.  [<., by the i ach oi
n
��� 'l  foi gel  11 e addi i
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer.
,     ���  ���   Westminster-Trust  Building      &27   Front  St..  New  Westminster.
' Mew Westminster, B. C. Phone 550.
��61 Residence   Phone   133   ___________.��__________________,________
M irse lamp on the dirl-
erl i."  winking Its    mei   i  i
darkness, thai  just  pre-
''   '"!  ' ��� ������  d iwn  on  Tuesday  morn-
' ' ;   :   '   I he win li ss   which  at-
��� ntlon of those ah lard
"Tie n" tothe
Ip on wbicli W( ll   i .i
o Euro e. Stan-
! '   rge  Sam ster,    ea-
'   >  1 :   irnli      ���   it    .
u'"' ' :: ���'��� I ol him, high up in
the north-i      . ,...,,,.    n..iiU     ������ u
:' "I I        !it  it  was I  i
Then I saw two fainl
 e   ���_ |
1 ' "  ' a -darl   blur against I  ���
��� kept a winking,
��� ''��� ��� n"�� ! '���'���' ��� ��� a signal  an i
reportt I  I      G.    J.    .it;   ������     i,    ���  .
:'   ::'   '    ��� ��� e of the wi
' ���'       I  W,  I!.  Lani
" '   ' hl ���'  " -;" r.    . j  i1 I     ti, ..   the
een mad      it again.i tho
���    '   !' nd Lanison i al ed Cap-
ti In Down o il of . 11 berth."
"1 ,,:' .heli   ' wa    tin   mi   sage tl e
white elect        ���      on tl e "Americ i"
was signallln : to the    ti imer,
' Wl en I came on deck," s iid Capita  Down.  "The airship was  plainly
Phone
HOSPITAL
Westminster   P.'Tate   Hospital.
Townsend   i'i.     Maternity
and    non-contagioua     medical
accepted.     Terms   from
jl5 weekly.  For further partlcu-
.   apply   to   Hospital.   Tele-
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in witness���but delicate, giving just
the right *avour.    Use no other.
15)
ADVERTISE  IN THE  DAILY  NEWS,
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes for Ladles from .12.75
I up.
'   Silver Watches,    gents     open fact
|600.
Silver  WatcheB,   gents'   oiw��n    case.
|7.50 up.
Agent    lor    Waltham   and     Kigm
!. atcheB.
**, ��� ���   repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
I Two DoorB from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V.  to 26 II. P.
2 and 4  Cycle.
v..
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwhee'er
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
hemes New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday nt S a. m.
heaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Friday ard Sunday at 7 a. in.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
Port IVHasira
Ten acres in section 21, range
., al Sl"""; one-quarter "ash.
Twenty acres in seclon 20,
range 2, a; $1000; one-quarter
cash.
For subdivision, these a:e
moneymakers.
City Property
First class lots nn Seventh
avenue, single or double, well
Mt-i -ed, 66x132. Tbis is a . �� -i
buy.
r od building lots on Eighth
enue, nen- Second Btreet. Enquire about ibis; there is money
to be made.
Houses
We bave a number of choice
houses for Bale from $1500, fo-
(260 cash, balance easy, to }12,-
000.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co.
The Prudential Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
visible. In the light of the full moon
she looked enormous, hanging row In
' ������ nortl ea I and i lose at hand. In
reply to our Blgnals she told us her
peril and that She was In distress and
asked us to stand by."
Then the wireless was called Into
use. and  Louis Glnberg, the operator
on board the Trent, and Jack Irwin.'
the operator In the lib boat, suspended
below the gas chamber, exchanged a
series of messages that wlll stand as'
ithe flrsl  message   between a ship at!
' sea and a ship In the air.    Here are
ithe messages copied from   Ginberg's
' ' < ssages on  board tlie  Trent.
Trent���Do you want our assistance?!
America���Yes,    Come at  once.    In
distress.   We are drifting    Not underl
control.
Trent���What do you want  us tri dc?
America���Come  ahead    full    speed,
but keep astein, as we have a heavy
I tall.
Trent���O K.   Am Btandlng by wlre-t
h - ���   In "ase of trouble.
America���Vou will pick us    up    al
daylight.    You  will  be better able to'
see us then,
America���Have one of   your   boats
r< id>   to launch as we will  probably
| ca] ��� ize wl <-n we launch our boat.
T ent���O K.    Boat  manned.
Ameitca���We   are   pitting   air  Into
ly to bi lng her down '. . ,*el.
Trent���We are going    full    . ;������ ���
wailing for your order.
America���We  are   going   to  launch
boat.    Stand by to pick us up.
"At this time" said Captain Down,
of the Trent, "we were in speaking
distance Of the America. She was
oaij twelve feet above our forestays,
and moving about twelve knots an
'hour. We ke; t beneath her with
great difficulty, for she swung to and
fro In the air currents, and sometimes we were forced to go full speed
| astern   so  as  not  to  lose   ber.
"Then," continued    Captain    Down.
I "tlie crew of the airship began trail-
j ing   wire   ropes.     Lanison,   our  chief
j officer.   .Tabbed one and held on until
the skin  was    rubbed off his hands,
(and  he  was  lifted   iron   his  feet  an i
1 was nearly dragged overboard.    After
half an hour of this we decided that
this  method  of rescue  was  hopeless
So Wellman asked us
ile he and his crew
nd too risky.
to keep close wl
down   their  lifeboat,  and  trusted
We got two
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtpiy Executed.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
man on   and   Blxth   St.   New
e tminster ll. (*., Phone 364.
JOHN  DOBSON,  Manager.
-
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
ll
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
let
to us to pick them up.
boats ready anl stationed along the
sides with life buoys. 1 signalled
all ready' and Wellman lowered bis
airship until the lifeboat suspended
underneath was within six feet of the
water. The trailer, composed of finks
of gasoline, and weighing 3000 lbs.,
was the great danger, and after the
boat was launched this struck her an.l
stove a hole In the side about six Inches ln diameter, but above the water
line
boat  it struck the
quickly righted itself.
When Wellman dropped his life-
sea broadside, but
1 went full
speed ahead and had considerable
dlfflculity in picking up the boat. Mr.
Wellman Injured bis hand in trying
to catch one of our ropes.
PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince Ceorge"
���argest-Sureat-Swlftest.     8600 tons.    320 feet long. 1*1.4  ��'���
���eave   Vancouver   .Johnston Wharf)  for PRINCE  RUPERT 11:30 p.
m.   Monday   and   Friday.     Close connections at  Prince Ruperl by *��.
8.   "PRINCE   ALBERT"   lo   Stewart   on   arrival   of   S.   S.   "PRINCE
HUPERT" and "PRINCE GEORGE."
-r.,,,     and "PRINCE GEORGE."
"PRINCE ALBERT" also leaves Prince Rupert for Masset lOlMj
m. Monday and for Queen Charlotte, City and island Ports 10.oo
'��� m. Thursday, ,
!'"i' VICTORIA and SEATTLE 2:00 p. ni Wednesday and Saturday.
Solid vestibule trains of coaches and sleeping ear. between
Chicago. Detroit. London, Hamilton, Niagara Falls New JOPK, TOJ
onto. Montreal. Portland, Boston, etc. Longest douoie track railway
"nder one management on the American continent.
For rales, time tables, booklets and fall Information, passenger or
freight, apply to
G. SMITH, Commercial  Agent.
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Telephone 3060.
Telephone 7100.    527 Granville Street, Vancouver,     ic.rp
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
CHINESE    HUMAN    HAIR
INDUSTRY     IS    OVERDONE
The evport of human hair has nearly double! in value this year, amount-
ina now to J139.000, says tlie British
consul at Swatow, in his annual report. This sudden development of
tbe business has provoked some inquiring comment among the Chinese,
wbo, however, whatever they may
think, have nol heen slow to take advantage of  it.
All classes of natlv.es, more especially in the Kla Ving Chow region���
gentry, students, tradesmen and working people���have, It is aaid, invested
their money in the business^ even to
the extent of borrowing money for
the purpose at I to 6 per cent per
month, while the poorer classes have
found a new and paying occupation
In collecting combings and preparing
them for the market.
The business has, however, been
considerably overdone, and lt Is reported thai there are several tens of
thousands ot caddies (1% pounds)
now lying in the Hongkong godowns,
foreign importers having telegraphed
to stop all further shipments. The
article appears to be exported to Europe to meet the new fashions' requirements for ladies' "transformation.'' switches, bandeaux, hair nets,
foundations, etc., as well as for theatrical wigs. .  .
��� >_*r*rxf-.*-*f*la*'
iCi<.     Vv*f!.    i'l    '.������"���
���A-SrsSsLi
IN ARST
m
Take   Instructions from Professor
Fred .Davis,   "The Man Wh��
Saves You Money ?'
OE23E2:'��K ISESEZaES
See the way he figures his profits to make a living and then compare with the other man's way of
figuring:
An r.rticle frcm lhe Ontario factories tests. . .$10.00
Freight 20 per   cent      3.00
Retailer's profit,  60 per cent      7.80
Total    $20.80
This is simple enough to show any schoolboy
that you are paying more than double the original
value of the article you purchase.
This is another example; this is the way Fred
Davis does his arithmetic:
An article from the Ontario factories costs. .  $10.00
Freight 30 per cent     3.00
Commi sion of 10 per  cent,  on original cost,
and not on freight included      1.00
Total    $T��o6
SAVIN��  THE  BUYER  ��6.80
This is very simple but true, and I will forfeit
$1000 to any charity organization if the high priced
1 furniture men of this city can contradict this state-
fi ment.   Call in today and see the many Thanksgiving
H Bargains we are offering.
1
"The Man Who Saves You Money
655 Front Street Phone 707
Good Underwear
We are fully prepared to take care of every man's underwear requirements.
This important item of a man's attire receives here the attention it deserves-
We have chosen for our trade the best mills' productions in the different wanted fabrics.
We Have :
Merino, Non-shrinkable Wccl,
Camel's Hair, Natural Wool in
all the best known makes, such
as Stanfields, Penman's, Watson's, Wolsey, Golden Fleece,
Tumbull's and many others.
Silk
Trimmed
Full
Fashion
All
Sizes
The Very Tall Man, the Short, Stout Man or the Extra Large Manfcan" be fit-
ted here as well as the man of normal figure.
REID   &   COMPANY
L601 Columbia Sf. Store of Satisfaction I
ADVERTISE    IN    THE   DAILY   NEWS Wllfcit :
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILV NEV/S.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
The Daiiy
Published by The Dally News Publish-
lug Company, Limited, at their offlci;:
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C. A. Paige Managing Director
j;!XMZ*i*-r***M*-*TJ*^^
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  29,  1910
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
1... aBBfiBBBKBciaiaB
LOr;D CROMER AND FREE TRADCI.
"Free trade mitigates, though it is
powerless to remove, International
animosities. Exclusive trade stimulates and aggravates these animosities."
The above is the gist of an article
wliich Lord Cromer has contributed to,
the    "Nineteenth   Century,"   and   on
which  the  Free  Press of   Winnipeg
comments and quotes:
lu ii there is little or no marshall-1
ing of figures, but, on the other hand, i
there is a close grasp of fundamental
principles. Lord Cromer attaches
much Importance to the moral aspect of free trade and wains his countrymen that the effect of reversing
I heir tree trade policy cannot he computed solely by figures. Among
other tilings his lordship is concerned to do justice to Richard Cobden
an.l his followers of the forties. He
says:
"They  forgot  that  the  special  conditions which existed at tlie time their,
noble aspirations were conceived weie
liable to change;   that   the extraordi-'
nary advantage which free trade for a
time secured were largely due to the
fact  that seventy years ago Kngland ;
possessed a  far larger supply of me-(
chanical aptitude than any other coun-J
try;  that her marked commercial   supremacy, which was then practically
undisputed, could not  be  fully  maintained in the face of the advance likely to be made by other nations: that
if those nations persisted in adhering
to   protection,   their   progress���wliich
lias really been achieved, not by reason  of, but in spitu  of  protection���
would almost inevitably be mainly attributed   to  their   fiscal   policy  to  the
exclusion     of      other      contributory
clauses, such as education;  and that
thus  a  reserved demand  for   protective measures would not Improbably
rise, even   In   Kngland   itself.    These
are, in fact, tlie results that have accrued."
Significant, again, is Lord Cromer's	
view  that a reversal  of   Ihe   United    .
LEES LIMITED
""     SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA   ST.,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
OTH.SMI
z^ i r^i i nr jet/3
STORE  HOURS:   8 A.M. to 6 P.M.; SATURDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
One Night, Thanksgiving, Monday, Oct. 31st
The   Success of Three Continents
"Mrs. Wiggs of
the Cabbage Patch"
By   Annie   Crawford Flexner  and
Alice Hegan Rice
LIEBLER & CO., Managers.
300 Nights at Terry's Theatre, London, England
Prices:   $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c
Thanksgivingf   Linens
You'll travel far to Rnd a more complete Bhowlng of staple and Pancj  Linens.   Never befi
bandied such  an  assortment as is now displayed bore.   All classes and sizes are to be found, ;
small do. ley at 5c to the large teacloth al $5.   Today we make a special sin,win;; of these
In and look around���we Invite vour Inspection and want you to feel quite al  home iu our
store,   Batlenburg lace effects are as usual a popular number, while drawn  and  embroidered
are In strong evidence.   You'll be delighted with the variety we otter   Prices   from  5c  to $5
piece
Gloves  For Tne  Holiday
!<!:!.   Suede,   or   Fabric,   inalmost   every   wanted   shade
anteed   Fabric   Globe   from 36c  pr.    Frefousse  Kid Q
i cany the "FrefousBe Kid Gli
from	
I
Dainty Neckwear  For   I nanks^ivin^
In endless variety.   Smart effects in Real Irish Lace, Guipure I.ace. Muslin, etc., in Collars, Jab
etc.   Our range is wide and well selected,   Sec our showing. From 25c   to   	
$3.50
SS. TRANSFER
ssssr���********.*ULimmm��mii**t**���***m*********rm****m****_**tsmmsssmi*Mis s*********as**m
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave nrackman-
Ker  wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 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 Ladner
7:20 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving .New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Tiiis schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
Kingdom's free trade policy would necessitate a strengthening of national
defences.     Here  are  three  bold  pas-
;ages from his lordship's article:
"British   free   traders   do   not    ad-
which are the natural outcome ' ly accomplished, it may be predicted
of the  protective system,  have been | with  80me degree of confidence that
of fretiuent occurrence, and, although
a nation  sa  highly educated and en-
��� I am not at till prepared to admit that
dowed with so keen a perception   of
| camae and effect, will  begin to move
j under no circumstances, ls a policy of  jn the direction of free trade."
retniliation   justifiable,   it   is   certain j ��� , .
vocate the cause which they have at
heart  in   order  to  benefit  the   coun
tries which send their goods to Great1
I
Britain, but because they think it ad-]
vantageous to their own country to
that that policy, if carried to excess,
has  at  times   endangered    European
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   the
Peace." Voters'  List  for  the  year   1910   has
"Can it be doubted that there is a I been   completed   and   that   the   same
,     , , ; may be seen at this offlce for thirty
( distinct    connection    between    these j days from the date hereof;   and any
procure certain foreign products with- tai.iff wars and the huge nrmaments I person who sliall claim to be added to
out     anv   artificial   enhancement    of     . ��� , ,  . ,     ,  v ; tl,e 8altl  ^ot-er8'  List, or any elector
.    arunciai   ennancement   or whlch are now maintained by   every  who shall  desire  to  have  any name
price.   If they are right in coming to I European  state?    The connection is, 'erased therefrom, must prefer his or
this conclusion, it is surely an   inei-  ... ,-,,..  .._._ ���,���������.. her request in writing, signed with his
. ln lacl< ^ery close- or   her   name,   and   shall    deliver   or
dental advantage of much Importance;    Finally one mav note that it is evi-: oause same to be delivered to the City
that    a    policy    of    free    trade,    be-|dently   with   something  of  a   chuckle  ^lecHicd'1'''"   "*   time  *****  "^
sides being advantageous to the Unit- thai Lord Cromer is watching the pro- '       ' W.  A.  DUNCAN,
tf   Kingdom,  tends  to  give an  addicts  being  raised  against   high  pro-      Cilv  r|oi,,H  0ffl       ^W^Sin.
tional element ol stability to the I'.rit- Jtectlve duties in some of the principal   ster. is. c��� October 15, 1910.
ish empire and to preserve the peaceIcountries of th.e world
of lhe woi Id.
lie suggests
that   this is  not  a  promising outlook
"From the dawn of history, uncon-  for the oause ���f tariff erform In th<
trollel commercialism bas  been  one   United Kingdom.   With regard t
MUNICIPALITY   OF    BURNABY.
Tenders wil
  .. be received by the un-
_ [derslgned up to ���", p, m. on Thursday,
" uer" i November 10, for the construction of
cf the principal causes of mis-govern-   m,.my   the principal trade competitor ten   (10)   miles of four-foot   and  ten
ment, and more especially of the mis- ot the l'nited Kingdom, Lord Cromer
government of subject races. Simi-jhas the following to say: "Before
lar!/ trade���that is to say exclusive long, Germany will have completed
trade���far from lending to promote the transition from agriculture to
peace, has not infrequently been ac- manufactures, in which she has heen
companied by aggression, and has' engaged for the last thirty or forty
rather tended to promote war.   Tariff
Holid
ay
H
osiery
Whether it is blind; or colors you want, plain or novelty effect,
heavy or light weight, you'll generally find it at Smiths, and as
reasonable as you will get it anywhere. Children's Socks an I
Stockings of every description and size; Ladies' Stockings in
Cotton, Lisle, Wool and slk, and almost any color you may require.    Prices are the lowest.
Holiday  Ritt
ons
All kinds -f Ribbons aie here.    Plain Mik and satin Ribbons, fancy Dresden Ribbons, Btrlped~ai
ered Ribbons, in a rainbow collection ol colorings.   Try some of our special Hair Ribbon,   Five
wide Taffeta Ribbon	
6V4   inches   wide.   Taffeta
tlbbon
. 15c   per.
'.'5c    per.
ya.
yd
New Umtrell
as
We feel  confident  the shipment of CmbrellaB received this week makes our selection the largesl
mosl varied in the city. Ladies', Gents' and Children's sizes. From  5pc  to $'0?j
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given th it at Extraordinary General Meetings of the
Vanstone Heating <fc 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 he Westminster Trust & Sale eposlt Company, Limited, Liquidators for the purpose of such winding tin
And notice Is given that the creditors of tbe said Company are required
on or before the First day of December, 1910, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of debts
or claims, verified under oath, and the
names and  addresses  of their solicitors (if   any),   to   the Westminster
Trust  &  Safe Deposit Co.,    Ltd.,    at
New Westminster, I). C, the liquidators for the said company, and ll so i
required   by   notice   in   writing  from j
the said liquidators, or by their soli-'
oitors, to come in and    prove   their jv
said debts or claims, as shall be sped-:?
fled in such notice or In default there    ���
of tbey will be   excluded   from   thejx
benefit of any distribution before such (X
debts are paid. ���
Notice Is hereby also given that    a
meeting of the creditors of the Vanstone Healing H  Plumbing Co., Ltd., I _
will he held In the board room of the
Westminster   Trust   &   Safe   Deposll
Co.,   Ltd.,   building   on   the   corner   of j
Columbia   and   Lorne   Streets,   al    th
city  of  New   Westminster,   I!,  ('..
STORE, BANK CFTTIMr' C
AND   OFFICE Til 1 irNUJ
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS-STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and  Cerllne.
PHONE 473
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I WATCIi    REPAIRS
Probably that watch of
You have had It In the ic
yours is not giving you proper satlsfactl in.
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UOI   miles  of  8-fool   plank   sidewalk.;
in Hie municipality of Uurnaby.
Specifications  and  further   particulars to be obtained at the engineer's 11010, at   the hour of  four o'clock  in
on J ���
Thursday, the 3rd dav of November, 11
office on and after November 1.
The  lowest  or any  tender  will  not
necessarily be accepted.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
.Municipal ball, Edmonds, B. C, Occurs, and when the transition is fill- Jtober 29, 1910.
the afternoon.
Dated this .nth day of October, A.D.
Ihln.
TDK WESTMINSTER  TRUST ��t
& SAFi: DEPOSIT CO., LTD..
Liquidators,
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jpair shop, but, while it Is running, will nol   ���
"..i accurately.    11���, reaBon for dissatisfaction  Is thai  the man who J
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did the repairs is either Incapable or doing good work or is nol con-
s lentloua in his work, or, in all probability, be is gifted with both of
tne faults mentioned,
��i��iS,e��-Te .b6eu f,""ln!,,�� in securing lhe services of a first Cass
watchnan-who has taken charge of our watch repair work. A man
Who -��� | toll vou the truth In regard to the condition of your watch,
and wli repair It properly, and, as a consequence, it will not only
tun, but keep accurate time.
Agents for Howard. Ball and Longine Watches.
CSiamberlin's *
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���     Farm Land For
Sale Cheap
Fifty acres good land half mile from
Cloverdale (Upland), easily cleared;
already burned over; will bo subdivision property before long when town
grows; only $110.On per acre on easy
terms.
Business Opportunity
Hotel property on principal street of
growing Interior town; railroad, min-
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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
Square
view.
This  h
city.
cleared    lots    facing    Moody
and    commanding    splendi I
Price    J1500.00;    easy    terms.
one of the best  buys in   the
Two Very Cheap
Houses
Two modern residences, six nnd
seven nm: . bath, pantry, basement,
Oct.; largo lot, lane in rear; (dose lo
car line. Price $3500; small cash pay
t: ent and balance spread over two ami
three years.
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^-'r***m octosk * m.
THE DAILY NEWS.
���pORTlNGNEWS
g^gjjfS      fiASttSiTAlENT IS
HARD GAME TODAY
SHE SAYS ENfiAOEDj
HE S,��S WLME NOT
MAKiNIi ITSELF KNOWN
Announcement   of    Betrothal    tay    Ec
wardsville Girl Bring Denial From
Man  Interested  in Case.
|l Kickers Are in Shape
Give Visiting Celtics
onff Argument'
Several   Players Volunteer to  Help  in
Making   Westminster   Quintette   a
Winning   Aggregation.
,    . .;,du'ed  be! ween
e Celtics this after-
ue of   the   tastlst
.      a.   Borne changes
necessnry In the line-
need in the News
�� , iepiace Bwen and Harl
��� .,.  remainder ol  the
Ir  '
** ime.
Iwil , ,   ,bera   hav.   been
I   practice   lately   and
I   ' mie i 'i sprats
The other nighl
.     ed Dick Sawyer to
I  de him  run less
t0 ge(   nto shape foi
1        [   ,a expected thai
,   ^covered  sufficiently
i istie blows  today
t in I  e game.
.   I.. ,. starts at three   o'e'ock
I Vancouver, as referee,
"he,      ��� .me game that the Ro-
���    red  l there oughl  to
r'noul  to see wha.   they
I , .,,, is for the National
. Rovers will play he
,,,, on Monday, In a reg-
'"ame in -he senior dl-
J'following is the tram thai will
the   visimrs   today
:   .:,  ha.ks.   Lyons   and
" 'halves   Bruce and Sawyer and
...  .  ,,,s.    McAllister,   Shaw-
ne,  Borland  and    I urn-
HARD EXPONENTS SHOULD
EACK   CHAMBERLIN   CUP
I is tin.i   tl e local billiard enthus-
1 Inning to think of chai-
I ini    the   Chamberlin
.' on from New West-
id ��� ���    ���, mcouvei early thla year.
usi wii ��� ���   tl ������    Vancouver    team
juinly r;     iway with the local ex-
ue,   bul    there   was
port  and    the    expense
��� igh.    If    the    local    men
(i  ���  to gel In some practice
��� im be aiile t<> hand oul  a
me time in the near fu-
��� tl ej  do not    win    the
��� ere ti ill be lots of interest ta-
ime ami the   i lass    of
��� i in the city ought  to
'iice.
I the ti        ���    ���    plaj ed    o ;alnsl
i ���'.:. all but  one are
���   are one or    two
along    who    oughl    to
showing    If they    get
. ti in    work    anil    stay
1-   a  hai Ison e    b lh er
(ed bj    W   C.   Chamberlin,
. ��� er, for  Intel   city corn-
Mr   Chamberlin was pleas-
tl ���  way the nip was contest-
a  it   was  first   given  ami
���   a compliment to him if
l-'It      men  made a strenuous en-
f pture the trophy.
The New Westminster basketball
team lias as yel nol been able I i
male arrangements for the use ol the
Columbian colieg e gymnaslu o. Dr.
Sipprell, through whom the negotla-
have to be made, i.i absent
antl until liis return It
tlons will
from i he clty, ,,..., .,,..,. ....   .,_,,.,,. ...
will not be known whether or nol the
hoys will be able to use the hall.
Since the announcement of the Intention in place a team in the field,
Beveral basketballers have signified
their desire to join in and it is ex-
pe ed that New Westminster will
ha i e one of the tastes! fives on tho
coasi before the winter is over.
K. Smith, t! e baseball pitcher, Is
an old Vancouver Y. M. C A. player,
and he will probably be signed on
with the locals. The Idea i.-- to get
enough men together for two teams bo
that some good practice can be Indulged In together and a winning five
clci.cn Horn amongst tliose who make
the best showing.
Efforts will be made to gel into tbe
Vancouver league, which consists of
two or three teams of the tastes!
players on the Canadian coast. Theie
i.s the V. M. C. A. team, the V. A. C.
team and a Methodist church team.
All play, Inst-i'la.s ball, aud will be
good material for the local men to
run against.
St,  Louis, Oct, 28.���With  Miss  D(
i hj  i llawi m still Insisting that she is |
'���'i aged to Dick Howard  Mudge, and
i he young attorney refusing to accept
congratulations, explaining lt Is all a|
mistake, their friends in Edwardsville,
111,  arc perplexed, unable to solve the
siatus oi the case.
Miss Clawson mailed a number of
message! to her girl friends of the
Delta Phi Sorority, li was a simple
announcement, reading:
"Dear��� I am writing to you and the
res! of i he Delta Phi gli Is to announce
my engagement to Dick Howard
.Mudge.
NOT   EASY   TO   DEPORT.
pZONA   CONSTITUTION
TO   BAR   THIRD    DEGREE
American  Woman Official   Has a  Burden   to   Carry.
Niagara  Kalis. Oct.  28.���Details of
a peculiar case were disclosed by the
Investigation  of  Chief  Kimmins this
afternoon.     In    questioning    United
(States   Immigration   Matron   Morrison
'from   Ellis   island,   the   chief   learned
that after Madge Cochrane had   been
Ismuggled   Into   Canada   her   brother
ami   sister  In   Hamilton  refused   her
shclo:.    Miss Cochrane was deported
to Canada  by  American  Immigration
authorities   at    New    York   on    the
0 md  that   she  was  demented.   She
claims    Paisley.   Ont .   as   her   home.
Miss  Cochrane  was arrested in  New
York las! week as a vagrant, and tlie
police sur. eon who examined her pronounced  her  demented.    She   admitted that  -he was a Canadian.     She
v.as then turned over to the Immigration departmenl   tor deportation,    la
charge of  Matron   Morrison Bhe  was
brought   into   Canada   via   nildgeburg,
hut her keeper did not report tlie entry  to  tiie  Canadian  immigration   authorities.   The pair went to Hamilton,
where   Miss  Cochrane  was to  he  let
in  chai. i-  of   her  brother tind    sister.
Her  relatives  refused  to receive her.
When unable to get  lid ol'her charge
by other means the American government employee attempted to abandon
her in the Btreets oi Hamilton.    Miss
Cochrane made a scene and the trick
was   foiled.     Alter   she   had   failed   in
her attempt  to abandon   her   charge
the   matron   learned   from   Miss   Cochrane that  the bad once been employed  in  this city.    They came here today, and th.e city  police were appealed to. and tlie Btory was revealed. Tonight tlie matron left with her charge
for  Bridgeburg.    Upon  arrival   there
:she wired New York for instructions.
which she is now   awaiting
^^^^^^H    Lovingly  yours,
"DOROTHY   CLAWSON."
One of the girls told a young man
friend,     lie     promptlj      rushed     to
Mudge's offices and tendered his con-
gi ai ulatlons.
"What for?" Mudge Bl mmered,
seemingly dumbfounded. "Why, your
engagement  to Dorothy."
"Dorothy who? Whj man, I'm not
engaged to anyone
Then Mudge was told of the announcements. He issued bui one
statement, and that was a general denial.
"There must be a mistake somewhere,'' he told a reporter. "1 lune
never avowed my love lor the girl. At
no lime have I committed myself in
any  way."
lt was only a few nours after she
had mailed the announcements that
friends came from Mudge for a further explanation. Shs though! Is was
a joke at first. Hut. call alter call came
in at hei- rooms in tlie .Tl. James hotel,
telling of what Mudge nad said.
Miss Clawson went to her room,
closeted herself, and refused to see
anyone. Friends ut. the hotel say that
she is ill.
"But I am engaged to Dick," she
sent down to the waiting reporter.
"Do you think I would send out tiie
announcement otherwise?"
~.     PAGE FIVE.
B.C. bills'
limber  and  Trading  Co.
'  ' t ��� ������ |   Manufacturers and  Dealers in  All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box   137
I
Good Creamery
Butter, 3 pounds
for   One Dollar
Contractors and
House Builders
vv e nave a xull   line   ot   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in tnis City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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!
friends of  Miss  Ciawson, sepecial-
ly the girls of the  De!a  lJin Soroi u..
insist lliat an engagement exists be
tween Mudge and Miss Clawson.   The |
two bad been going together for twu
years,  when  Miss  Clawson. then  seventeen   years   old,   returned   from   a]
girls'  seminary  at   Washington.  D.  C. '
His father and mother nad moved to
Edwardsville   only   a   short   time   pre- i
vious, where he took up the duties of I
president of the National Mastic Kojf-'
ing Material company.
Beautiful and talented. Miss Clawson soon won a place in tlie front i
rank of the younger social set of Edwardsville. Attorney Dick Mudge was
already one of the leaders. They were
thrown to gether from tne start.
Miss Clawson has spent most of her
life away from home surroundings, attending boarding schools and finishing at one of the most exclusive
schools of the country, she is pretty and accomplished and a lover of
sports.
Since graduating from Northwestern University at CMcago, six years
'ago, Dick Mudge has aad a steady advance in his chosen piofession of law.
He was considered one of the most
brilliant young practitioners in Edwardsville,   and   has   a   large    client-
: age.
Tlie Delta Phi Sorority, of which
Miss Clawson is a member, is one of
the most exclusive societies In Edwardsville. It is composed of girls
living in that city.
Ci. Welsh I!
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and;443
Sapperton      Phone 373
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50,  6:20,  6:50,  7:20, X
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m. 2
Cars leaTe Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,   6:50,   7:20,  8:00 t
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m. ���
Return  Pare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under 12, 35c. ���
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver   at   8 i
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. i
Sunday Excursion  Rates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c. ���
Freight Schedule���Fi eight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver J
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p.  m.    Freight cars  leave Van- *
couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20. ���
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE. 5
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.        J
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.      *
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. |
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* 80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
FOR  QUICK  SALE
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
Movius Land and Loan Co.
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A.
��� LilUget wuou, . wi*" ��� ~    -- ^
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All kinds of furniture bought I
-rt :   I
I Phoenix,  Ariz., Oct.   28.���A   prohibiting tlie "third degree" In
e   operations,   and   calling   thW
proceeding  a  crime,   was  introduced
lodaj by Delegate tograhani. of Yuma.
In I e constitutional convention as a
pari    (the  proposed   declaration   of
rights.   It  would forbid the   use   ot
ireats or torture In efforts to obtain
evidence
v ���.-.'inion was Introduced by Del*I
egate  wciu, of   Prescitt,   Democrat.!
* I    wnuui forbid tlie consolidation
'        petln. railroads   and   prohibit
::    form of discrimination  hy  com-
lers.    Weils also Introduced
11      ��� ���  enslve scheme <>f taxation.
������ Bradner, one of the labor
��� ���    from  Cochiz   county,   pros-
'"��� ' ���   i roposltton today prohibiting
ent of officeholders for po-
i  a paigns, or the charging of
,l ' " foi  the placing of the name of
**V candidate on  the ballot.
Have you secured one of those
charming houses on Eighth avenue,
close to the car. If not, see the
ilritisb Canadian Securities, Ltd.. at
once, as tlie terms are so very easy
they will soon be all sold. **
Take Notice that 1, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 500 acres of land
bounded as follows:   Commencing at
a  post   planted  200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's inlet, thence north   100
chains, thence west 50 chains, thence
i south   100    c'lnins,   thence   east    50
chains to posi of commencement. Pur-
pose for wliich it is required, quarry-
In..
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 26th, 1910,
at Thanksgiving
iuit - - -
,r   .uits  iii   ,h0   newC3t
Wo are showing the most  complete  range
1 9 and shades ever shown,
There  duality   is   unmistakably thdir besl guarantee.
and sold, Have you Furni
ture   to  sell?   See   me or
ring up No. 275.
AMERICAN FINANCIERS
LOAN CHINA $50,000,000
New York Syndicate Raises Big Sum
for  Purchase of Chinese Government Five Per Cent Bonds.
**^^^^^^^^m     PURE GOODS ******* ���	
COWan'S Perfection COCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafer*, Medallion*. E.te.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS TBEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Y��u will ami your model ami cut in the big array
AH Pure Wool Fabrics.
" la always a pleasure to show you our full range.
0f ,,ew fall styles;.
New  York, Oct.  28.���An   American
loan of $50,0110,000 to the Chinese gov-,
eminent   has   heen   consummated,   It
was   learned   today.      The   group  of |
hankers  interested  in  this  loan  consists  of  J.  P.  Morgan  &  Co.,   Kuhn.
Loeb  &  Co., tlie  National  City  Hank-
ami   tiie   First.   National   Hank.       The
agreement   as  to  tlie  amount  of   thol,
loan, rate of interest and terms, It ls',|
stated,   was  signed  in   Berlin   yester-j'
day  by  Daniel  Monocal of the International   Hanking Corporation, on behalf of  Willard D. Stratchan, former |
United States consul-general at  Muk- j
lien,  now  agent   of  thc  syndicate  In
China, hut who has heen In this conn- ,
try for several months.
The bonds are Chinese Government
bond's, and wltl hear Interest at 5 per I
MISS    HAZY. cent, und it Is expected they will he
In   the    Everlasting    Success,    "Mrs.  offered  here  and  in   European  coun-
Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch." tiles at par.
It is Never Too Late To Mend
But���
A   Stitch in Time Saves
AUTOMOBILE  OWNERS
^--t^iHS^iriSrS-s8tSSci;^f as s
$. S all S��� should carry this class of insurance.
Apply for particulars to
Take out an Accident Policy in the Railway
Passengers  Assurance Co.   NOW.
LIBERAL CONDITIONS LOWEST RATES
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
n      **** II     ��ow;and all owne^wyj ��� * 	
. Eugene Brown &ko.      ^j. Hart & Co., Ltd.
618 Columbia Street.
Columbia   Street.
New Westminster.
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 LIS!!!
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Plight of the Person of Moderate Means Who Falls
111 in London.
London, Oct. - ..-^'Hospital Finance" may almost be called a standing headline In tbe London papers at
this season for ahout this time every
year the annual repoit of King Edward's Hospital Fund for London is
issued and the British public wakes
up to tlie scandal of Its hospital administration.
King Edward's Hospital fund is a
praiseworthy attempt to place the finances of the London hospitals on a
sound basis and it has wrought great
reforms In the seen years It has been
established. Before its existence
every hospital begged from the public funds on Its own behalf and the
hospital-with the best beggars on Ite
board of managers got the most
money. Getting the most, money, however, did not always mean ine best
sen ice, for there was no central control over its spending and while in
some hospitals the income was lug
and the nursing bad ,in others the
nursing was excellent, but the institution was always on the verge���if
not over it���of bankruptcy. King Edward's fund took charge of tlie collection and distribution of funds collect- j
cl from the general public. Hospitals j
were compelled to institute a uniform !
system Of accounting and no hospital
Which could not show a businesslike
management could obtain a grant
from the fund.
Even now things are far from ideal.
The   fund   has   ninety-nine   hospitals
under its wing and the the last   re-
port, just issued, shows that the cost;
of maintenance and administration varied from $265 to $402 per bed. This j
is  accounted   for  to  some  extent   by
the  fact  that  the  cos'  of  running  a
large institution is less in proportion ;
than that of running a small one.  The
cheapest beds are those in hospitals
with more than 100 beds continuously ���
occupied  and  the dearest aie in  the
little cottage hospitals in tlie suburbs
with a dozen or two beds.   The same
experience   holds   good   with   out   pa-1
tients.    The cost of treating them in
tlie   large   hospitals   worked    out    av
about seven cents at an   attendance,
while   in    the    small    institutions    it
amounted to a  little more than 12%
cents.
But the greatest scandal of all !s
one that is seldom referred to in the
English papers because tliey simply
don't know that there is anything
wrong. That is the absence of accommodation for sick people 'who,
don't want to accept charity, bul who
can't pay the exorbitant charges In
private nursing homes. In almost
every up-to-date hospital In tbe United
States and Canada there are private
rooms and pay wards where the person who wants hospital treatment, and
can pay can be received and these
wards and rooms are a regular source
of income to the hospital. For the re-
lined person of moderate means who
falls ill iu London there Is nothing
but tho common general ward of the
hospital and tlie patient can't pay if
lie want to. He must come in as a
charity patient tind when he offers to
pay he is told that the only thing lie
can do Is to make a donation to the
general funds of the hospital. Of
course, most patients who can afford
it do this, but they are compelled to
lie in the general wards, often with
jeisons of the lowest c-!ass on eacli
side of them, and to suffer all the
harrowing and unpleasant sights of
the ward.
���"Mrs. Wiggs *t the  Cabbage  Patch."
Tlie proverbial philosophy of that
droll feminine philosopher. -"Mrs.
Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch." who
comes to the Opera house on Monday,
has become more famous and better
known to the masses than even the
"Proverbial Philosopher" which made
Tupper famous. Here are a few -if
the sayings which playgoers hear and
remember:
"l jes' do the besi I ken where the
good Lord put me at, an" It looks like
1 trot a happy feelin' in me most all
Hu* lime."
"li looks like everything In the
world comes right if we jes' wall long
enough."
"I hold thai It's wrong to keep ever'-
thlng bottled up inside you. Ver feel-
fn's like rns'berry vinegar, If ye're
. ' oced to use 'em .and keen on savin'
'em, (Irst thing you know they've done
'v.-'i'irated."
"I've made it a practice to put all
mv worries down in the bottom of my
t'po-t iiiid then set on the lid an'
smile."
""'_    sjcf-l    |���    f.lpfi."
"Some folks goes right under when
troubles comes, but I carry mine fur
an' easv."
"it c'n't never po use puttin* up yer
Ufbroll' till it  rains "
"You ne<er kin tell which way any
rlensure Is comin.' Who ever would
Vv thought, when we aimed at the
,-���ce'ci- Hu,|    .(,'(i iim,i up ,lf ., flrst.
class die."
"�����..,��� i,n,v i never feel like good
tvt""<' belong to me."
"Tf yon cit knocked out of one plan,
ve \-.--..t to git yerself another right,
r ,i"V i-ofore yer sperrlts lias a chance
to fall."
"The way to vot nheei'ftll Is to smile
w'-pn if oil feel bad. tn think about
r���*,,**(.���,.,,]v olse's headache when yer
. "���'���, i. ���t,inst. test In.' to .een on be-
|��pi-)n' the Run is u-shinin' when the
r!"-y's is thick enomrh to cut."
"He used to say llvln' was like nnij.
tin'���you otter keep fbe pieces an' do
away with the scraps."
Mrs. F. U. Glover is spending a few
days in town.
a    *    *
Miss McBride is entertaining at euchre this afternoon.
* .    .
Mrs. V. II. C. Abbott will receive
on Tuesday  afternoon.
Mr. John McKenzie returned on
Tuesday from a trip to Xicola.
* a     a
Mis.   Herbert   Ryall   spent.   Friday
with Mrs. B. Hills In Vancouver.
* *   *
Mrs. Hodges, of   Vancouver,   spenl
Thursday with relatives In town.
*.   **
Mr. A. r. MacMillan. of Vancouver, was a visitor t . town during the
week.
*    **
Mrs. Edgar Duthie,   of   Chilliwack,
spent  lasl   week-end  with  relatives   In
town.
. .-.
Mrs. Waller S. Rcso will receive
on   the   flrsl   Wednesday   during   the
SI as';tl.
a     a     a
Mr. and Mrs. T. Douglas Sheriff are
moving into a pretty cottage on  Ke-
L'iaa street.
* *      r.
Mr. VV. F. Edmonds is Hie guest of
his brother. Mr. Humphries Edmonds,
al   Kamloops.
.     *    *
Mr, and Mrs. P. Davidson Ahler, of
Mara, visited Mrs. Henry A. Eastman duiing the week.
* *   *
Mr. Thomas Meredith lias lefl for
London, England, on a combined business and pleasure trip.
* *   *
Miss McCrae, of Vancouver, was a
week-end guest cf Mrs. C. Balmer
McAllister at  Edmonds.
a    a     a
Mrs.   J.   E.   Hawkshaw   will   receive
on   the   second   Wednesday   of    the
montli during th.e season.
* *    *
Mr. and .Airs. M. B. Carlin well-
known Victoria people, left on Monday for a trip to  Europe.
* *    *
His Lordship, Bishop de Pencier,
returned home on Tuesday from u
tour of the Kootenay country.
* ��    ��
Miss Shildrick ls spending a fortnight  with   Mrs.  c.   M.  Marpole and
Mrs.  I).  P.  Marpole, at  Savonas.
* a     .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott Brown
passed through tlie city on Sunday
on their wav to their home In Seattle.
* *    *
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. VV; Langford have
returned from their honeymoon trip,
and taken up residence in East Burnaby.
Mr. Fred Jones has left for Oregon, where he will attend a horticultural college during the coming
term.
.Airs. Percy ii. Hrown. Knights. Ed-
mons, will receive on the first Wednesday of each month during tlie season.
* *    *
Mr.    Hugh    Jones,   of    Aldergrove, j
spent  a   few  days   with   his  parents,
.Mr. and  Mrs. J. J. Jones, during the
week.
* *     m
Miss Vivian Hickman Is home I
from Chilliwack, where she wus tlie ;
guest of her cousin, Mrs. Edgar;
Duthie.
* *    ���
Mr. George H. Grant, of Vancouver, was the guest of his brother, Mr.
A. P. Grant and Mrs. Grant, during
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Armstrong
came up from Seattle on Friday on a
visit to Mr. Armstrong's sister, Mrs.
George Beatty.
* *    ���
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott, of Vancouver,
with tlieir children, spent the weekend with Mr. Elliot's sister, Mi*. Coverdale, Watson.
a     a     a
Mrs. Charles J. RoTtson entertained
at the tea hour on Friday afternoon
in compliment to her daughter, Mrs.
Smith, of Vancouvei,
Kev. George E. Kay, rector ot St
Mary's Parisli, Sapperton, received
for the first time since coming to
N'ew Westminster, on Wednesday afternoon oi this week. Mrs. Ray was
assisted in receiving hy Mrs. Scott, of
' Vancouver. Mrs. G. 0. d'Easum
looked after the tea table, and Mrs.
Marjorie d'Easum opened the door to
the guests.
���    ���    ���
On Thursday evening al the hospital,le home of Mr. and Mis. Joseph
Henley, Hie Kev. Dr. T. Wardlaw
Taylor and Mrs. Taylor were given
a farewell social by the congregation of St. Stephen's Presbyterian
church. Tlie house was most artistically decorated wiih chrysanthe
mums. During tlie evening Mis. Taylor was giving a pearl crescenl
brooch by the Ladies' Aid of St. Stephens. The presentation was made by
Mrs. A. Hand I Gordon. Mrs. Scouler read* an address presenting Mrs
Taylor with -,i lift; membership in the
Home Missionary Society, 'l'he Rev.
Dr. Taylor was presented with a
purse in gold, and an address full of
warmly-worded appreciation was read
by Mr. .1. ll. Vidal. 'l'he purse was
presented by Miss Barbara Anderson.
A mosl enjoyable cm ning and one
(���ill   of    kin,lly   remembrances    was
spent.
���   *   ���
Mrs. Gordon Henderson was a delightful hostess at cards oa Saturday
afternoon, Five tables id' euchre
weie made up and the prizes fell to
ilc> let of Mrs. Frederick W. Howay.
lirst prize; Mrs. C. E. Seymour, consolation, and Mrs. Vuengllng, lone
hand prize. Mrs. Henderson was as
sisted in looking after he guests by
;Mrs. G. O. M. Dockrill and Miss Phil-
Hns. while four little girls, Bessie
Henderson, Dorothy Malcolmson. Audi ey and Merle Lewis, also helped.
The quests included Mrs. Frederick
W. lloway, Mrs. Yuengling, Mrs. C.
E. ^Seymour, Mrs. G. O. M. Dockrill.
Mrs. w. G. McQuarrie, Miss Phillips,
Mrs. Clarence Peeie, Mrs. G. A. Alien.   Miss   Fraser,   Mrs.   C.   N.    Mac-
GIN DRINKING DIVINE
SUSPENDED SIX MONTHS
Rev.  William   H.   Pheley,  Who   Took
Whisky "For  His Health's Sake,"
May   Appc.il  to  Synod.
Philadelphia, Oct, 28.���According to
a reporl of the judicial commission of
the presbytery of Philadelphia North,
the Rev. William 11. Pheley, former
general secretary of tiie tnterdenomln-
.ation Brotherhood of Andrew ami
Philip, i'.as been suspended from the
gospel id' ministry for six mont lis because he p.leadetl guilty to having Indulged in a lit He whisky. Borne gin
rlcke: s ami beer and to having attends I a burlesque theatre.
This repoit will be Introduced to
the presbytery at its meeting in November   by   iii"    Rev.    Dr.    John    il.
Laird, chairman. The suspension takes
effect tit once, 'l'he Rev, Dr. Pheley
can apical to Hie Presbyterian synod, which assembles in Kilklnsburg
October 24. Following is the commission's reporl:
"The   judicial   commission   of    ther
presbytery of  Philadelphia  North, to!
which  the  case  of  the   Uev.   Dr.   William ri. Pheley, charged with conduct
unbecoming to a minister, was referred, concluded its deliberation Thurs-|
day of this  week.    Tlie  lintling of the
commission was thai two of the   four
,dia;;cs   loKeil   agalnsl     Mr.     Pheley
were not  sustained, and thai  part of
the other two were also not  sustain-'
ed.   bul   thai    pari   id'   the    hitler    two,
charges,   which   refe re I    lai gely    to'
matters  which   he  lias already  admit!-'
ed. were sustained.
������Ami the jud jmenl  pronounced by j
the comn itt< e was thai  the Rev, Dr.
Phelej   wai   suspended   from   the  office of the gospel ministry for a period i i six months."
l 'ei, ctlves phadowe I the Rev. Dr.
Pheley ia .ettini lhe o\iih'!iro upon
which the case llglnsl hlm was founded.     The  Charges   weie   made  against
"lilted   thai   he   M'?''->��
rlckeys, whlskv .n,i ,..'
that    he   did
had dru
md beer V      I
1 ��� '"'I M
poses.     ||e s  | (i ,(i     , ;u;i'li'ir,t.
a     1- :�����!( s ]"e    I' ,    ���",,'  '"' l,;i,l
ing  pi 't.ui
and
v
f ,
ciological rl :<.;.
"lam.
i:   H.   ., ���  '.)
ley  warranti   it, |,
into the church 1
���
he,
pension  hai   e :
will  be deprived i
of the mini tr
leaoi
COLLINGW0    i
Services al I:
MET]
I
.
day schi I
'
*artj
'
Tuesday  al   8
House;    Sl nice   ;
school at :; p.m.
pastor.
CHURCH   OF
hrfn,    Madison
day    ser\ Ice I,    1 1
��� ���
Wc ek day si r\ Ic    .
SOUTH   Wl
DIST   MISSION
'
pastor.     Sunday
Church sei \ iei
Donald,
George
strong
strong,
Mrs. J.
Mrs. A.
Mrs. C. E. Lewis. Mis.
Beatty, Mrs. Albert Arm-
(Seattte), MVs. T. J. Arm-
Miss Jones, Mrs. Dickinson.
Bridges, Mrs. L. A. Lewis and
Harold Gordon.
British Trade Marks.
London. Oct. 28.���An Important conference of tlie home authorities and
representatives of Hie British colonial possessions ���as held today to discuss the question cf establishing Hritish empire trade marks It is planned to bring the subject up at the
next session of parliament.
Scene   From   "Mrs.  Wiggs  of  the  Cib'nge   Patch."   Westminster   Opera   House,   Thanksgiving   Night. October
Z**^*WL-..:;.-.ir^,m��i_4a-tari*^^ '��� 8OT3CKA?. TTJUB?
Started With a Rush���We Put Out Bargains and the
People Get Bargains
Saturday Will Be the Biggest Day
The many friends of Mrs. Marshall
Sinclair   will   be   glad   to   learn   that
she   is   home   from   the   hospital   and
regaining  health.
...
Mrs.   Mast man.   Fifth   avenue,   will
���receive next Tuesday and Wednesday
and   on   the   lirst   Tuesdays  and   Wednesdays of every  month, ,
a   a   *
Mr. Alex Sivewrlght is hack from
Seattle lo make his home In New
Westminster, Eearly In November
'���ty fc. (���������.right and his mother, Mis. I
Sivewrlght, will novo into their home
on  Warren  avenue.
��� *    *
i    Mrs.   Harold  Winterburn  and  Miss
Dorothy Tilton, of Seattle, who   have!
been guests of Mrs. .7. W. Harvey, at
the Glen,  left on  Saturday   for their)
home.
I *    .    .
Tlie   Rev,   Dr.   T.   Wardlaw    Taylor
j was presented with an address and
gold-hea led cane by the Knights of
Pythias, of which order Dr. Taylor ls
a member, Thursday evening.
.      .   ' a
The Woman's Auxiliary of Holy
Trinity Cathedral, will entertain a
joint woman's auxiliary of the Vancouver churches at luncheon In St.
George's Hall on Tuesday of next
week.
* *    ��
Mr. George B, Martin has returned
from  a  trip   to  Ottawa.     Mr.   Martin
was   accompanied   from   Calgary   by
his   daughter.    Miss   Marion    Martin,
who has been the guest of her cousin.
M's. Woods, at Edmonton, for the past
few weeks
��    *    *
Mrs.  George   E.   Hay.   v. ife  of  the
These Prices Will
Make Selling Easy
Men's good solid Tweed Working
Suit, all sizes and many patterns;
worth $10 and $12 $5.95
$7.95
These sell regular at $12; they are
all nice patterns and well made.$7.95
Mr "\m"" ''yyyf ���'
Fancy Tweeds and Worsteds, in ail
sizes, 3 button sack style, very dressy; worth $15.00 $10.00
$12.00
Fancy Tweeds, Worsteds and Serges.
This is a line you can't afford to overlook, they are all well tailored, well
lined and well trimmed; worth as
high as $18.00 $12.00
Overcoats and
Raincoats
$5.95, $7.95, $10.00
$12.00, $15.00
There is a very large assortment of
these coats, all sizes; we sold them
right along at $10.00 to $22.00.
Waterproof
Special
2 Lines, $4.00 and $6.00
Bargains in  Underwear,
Ties and Hosiery.
SEE   OUR    WINDOWS    AND    SNAP    TABLES
671   Columbia
Street
The Wardrobe
Clothier
tiSSBMtiBtB <or*3.:w!issa -vmmwgm m���__. <���������
j
.:'.�� I. DAY
OCTOBER  20,  1910-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
,|TY .VOTERS-
LIST.
that,   the
1910   has
the   si.in<'
���    , herebj   given
T.ici for tbe >''al
ll:, .  ;  ftnd   thai
I office tor thirty
���  ���'      ,   te Hereof; and any
if.ii claim to l"' added to
i    .. or any elector
Iwh'i
|i Voters
:ll de : '���
he efro n
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
lot 201, group 1,
Murray's Ail-
New West.-
ol
Re lot 16, block 2. or
town of Porl  Mooi
dition, in the districi
minster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certl
flcate of title number 4700A, Issui d In
the name of .lohn Stewart and James
iave  any   name Cash, has been flled in this office
io   .
mUgl  prefer his oi
si .tied with his
i in wi h lng,
I .  i        ,11    deliver    or
���'':;...    , | ered to the City
,   t| ne  I ereln  before
V;   .\   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
���:,.,.   xew  Westmln-
15. II '- '���
AND CONTRACTORS.
,vlll h    rei ��� Ived by
p i i m on, October
. ,   ��� on "i tramwaj
a;
sta-
���lew West-
,   ,, | e   set ured    al
,    Fox, architei I i,
ti ndei ii"; neceg
\V. II. HAZLITT,
tri   Hallway Co., Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the c . (ration of one month from
the date of Hi" Aral publication hereof,
In a dally newspaper published In the
city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the . al I certificate, unle e
in the meantime valid objection be
aiade to me In writ in-.'.
c. S. KEITH,
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles.
Land Re .   trj  Offii e,
N'ew Westminster, B.C., Oct. 7, 1910,
EAST BURNADTf METHODIST
CHI RCH���Corner Eighth street and
Mind avenue, . urnaby. Rev. Frederick l.. Carpenter, pastor. Public wor-
"���">'' " &��� ni. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school, 2:30 p. tn. Prayei
Tuesday, 7:30 p, m.; choir practice
I hursday, 7:30
meei lng,
in
p.  tn.
FREE METHODIST
Eighth street, hei ween
fourth avenues. Rev. C. S. McKinley,
';' '''"'��� Sunday Bchool, 10 a.m.; Ber-
���'"'' '' a.n;.; class meeting, 12 a.m.;
P'*a-er service, 7 p.m.; sermon. 7:30
'','"'��� mid-week prayer meet in.:,
I huri lay 8 p.m,
CHAPEL���
Third    and
DR. CHOWN SEES
ANOTHER TAMMANY
NOTICE.
Opposes  Tory  Plan For A
... MunicipalTicket in Toronto
���Corruption the Result.
Tlie undersigned    has   moved    his
��� 'ii--   to   13J6  Cariboo  street,  where
he will conduct the real estate business under his own name.   The office
on Twelfth street is tor sale.
D. It. BOURKE.
TRIED REMEDY
$��M FOR THE GRIP.
r LAND  DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
i  i. William Robert
er,  B.C., occupation
, intend to apply for
.    e 200 acres of land
Commencing al
t the easl Bide of the
:  the  north    arm    of
, Qi e east  10 chains.
chains, thence  wesl
..   ninth   50  (diains to
-  ement.   Purpose tor
,   , red, 'i tarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
te aber 27th, 1910.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Loc .1   Irrproverrent  Notice.
i'iii suani to Soc! lon 20 of I he Loc il
i provement i leneral Bylaw, 1909, notice Is hei' by ��� ; ��� en thai the A e
; enl Roll foi loci I Imi rovements on
Columbia streel from the easl line ol
Fourth Btreel to the wesi line of Leo-
i ��� Id Place 11 open for Inspecl lon at
i' ������ offlce ui the As e - mi nl Commissioner in I' Citj I [all, New Westminster, British Columbia, and in case
i he owner oi any i ers >n Interested in
any ol the properties Included therein
desires to appeal from ich b e
ii cm he i houi I w ii hln the period of
i le en 111) dajs from the flrst publication of this notice, give notice to
ti e undei signed in writing of his totem lon  to ap] e il.
Date l the  15th day of October, A.
1)., 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Dal  flrsl publii ation ((ctober 17.
NOTICE.
| ...:.., reby given that b vote
I , , , ol  tbe corporation of
I v, estminster will I e
.   ���       following   polling sta-
f��R
fl,'*.'" j I ��S. r* /*.** \_*\  _*t J
Ml
b*^
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
"THE    ROYAL   LINE."
XMAS
Ftom Montreal:
"Royal Edward'
"Royal George"
Prom Halifax:
"Royal Edward"
"Royal George"
"Royal   l''.'!'-' aid'
SAILINGS.
. Nov.
.Nov.
Cl amber,   City    Hair.
.   |        Sapperton;    and    11 ������
I        ;,< storehouse at the corner
, ��� ... and Eleventh street,
f .        lay of November, L910, be-
\    the ho irs ol 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.,
,.   pur] ose   of   obtaining   the
i  , ��� ��� ,- electors on the q ie
of whethei  ll   Is in Uie general
thai    the   Mayor   an I
I i.: | i onsenl tn the grant-
��� .   r . ,i Columbian hospital
and one-half    (7%)     acres|Most Direct  Route to Bristol, London
>88  ot  llu-  Queens  park  re- and  the  Continent.
i luted on  the  west   by  Gran-   ��������� ������ ��� - ���
- ... on the Bouth    by    Royal      "<*ets and  Reservations trom   E.
I.   . a the east by tbe Boule- Goulet, C. P. R. agent, or write to ^m.i���*:
.. .Dec. 7
.Dec. 14
.Dec.   28
CITY  OF   NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Sewer Pipe.
The corporation requires tenders
for vitrified sewer pipe of the following sizes: Four inch, six inch, eight
inch and ten inch, for the Eighth
street  sewer  system.
Specifications cm he obtained at
tiie city engineer's office, Tlte corporation does not hind itself to accept
the lowest or any tentler.
Samples of pipe to he delivered to
the city engineer. Tenders to be- delivered to the undersigned by r> p.m.
on Monday, October 31, 1910.
VV. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster. B. C,
October 22, 1910.
Day of first publication. October 24,
1910.
Toronto, Oct. 28.���Referring to the
attempt to Introduce Conservative
machine politics Into municipal elections in Toronto, Uev. Dr. Chown, associate superintendent of the Methodist Church, said yesterday: "I am
very glad indeed to see that the Conservatives of the west end are opposed i" the effort or the Consei ������ i*
tlves in the east of Toronto to introduce m:.chine politics Into municipal
affairs.
"For seventeen years I have been a
ell. en of this city and have i een
proud of the name Toronto, but. history lies with a thousand tongues if
this move could benefit the citizens as
a whole. In my .judgment, it would be
the flrsl siep towards Tammany rule,
of com se ' hey would select the be il
men at lirst. and very good men mlghl
yield themselves to the scheme, but it
contains the seeds of corruption and
would go from good lo had, and from
bad to worse.
"It is said that the Liberals have
an undue representation in the city
council. This appears to be because
they put their hest men in the running. They must have their best men
in order to assure an election where
there is such a preponderance of Conservative sentiment. It is on account
of the quality of these candidates that
the city enjoys as good government as
it does. If the Conservatives would (
do the same in every instance all
would be well.
"I  am  persuaded tbat in  the long;
run the movement on foot would de-;
stroy the  Conservative party  in  municipal   rnatters,  and   would  give the
reins of power to some reform move- j
ment. Kvery good Conservative should
do his utmost to prevent his party tak-!
lng the plunce, as the city cannot afford tbe dip."
HOUSEHOLD   VOTERS.
Applications to be placed on the
supplementary voters' list for tlte City
of New Westminster will be received
by the undersigned up to November
1st, 1910.
Applicants must be Hritish subjects
of tlie full a. e of twenty-one yru/s.
and have been resident.-, ol n,t city six
months immediately preceding the
date of application, and liave during
that time paid as a householder a
rental of not less than ono hundred
dollars a year.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
NOTICE
TRAFFIC
REGULATING
ON   COLUMBIA
VEHICLE
STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
of tlie car track while proceeding in
either direction.
Bv order,
.1. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, August 12. 11)10.
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.
AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       OF       TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
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CHURCH
SERVICES
The right to cut timher tinder 'i-
cei e "ti Berth No. 535, comprising
the following lands in the Province
of Biitish Columbia, will be offered
at public auction ai the upset price of
$2,570.00, Including cost of survey, at
2 o'clock P. M., on Wednesday the
28th of December next, at the office
of the Dominion Timber Agent at
New Westminster:
Timber Berth N'o. 535, situated in
the Province of Biitish Columbia,
comprising Section 28, Township 39,
West of Coast, Meridian, containing
an area of 040 acres more or less, is
shown on plan of survey, signed by
Mr. A. Lighthall. I). L. S., surveyed
in May, 1910, and of record in the
Timber and Grazing Branch of the
Department of the Interior.
A license will not be issued until
the full amount of tiie purchase
price, and the ground rental for the
first  year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate or
rental, etc., are contained in the Tim-
I ber Regulations, a copy of which may
| be secured on application to the un-
idersigued. or to the Crown Timber
Agent at New Westminster.
P. G.  KEYESi
Secretary.
Ottawa. October 12th, 1910.
T. P. Morrison .1.  11. Taylor
LABOR AGENTS
Sup; ly help of
attention    to    all
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.       New Westminster,
every  kind.  Prompt
orders.      Contracts
B.C.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital Paid Up   $5,000,000
Capital Paid
Reserves
.$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
LAND   ACT.
And Fortnightly thereafter.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that .IaiP.es Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B, c. occupation builder, intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the    following    described
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'. ���  tmin iter this L8th
[Oct    ���      '910
NOTICE.
Stapleton,  General
street, Winnipeg.
Agent,
Mai a
���    n  of  the  City  of   New
ti.   has deposited  with the
���    Public Works al  Ottaw i
������  e of the Registrar of
thi    District   of  New  West-
t     ���     British   Columbia,  at   New
J ���     pi :n   and   description   of
I- proposed   site   for   laying   steel
I water   main   tinder   the
":     ���"������   river   in   the   Province    ot
Columbia,     and     after    one
. onth front the first publication bereft  will   apply   to   th.e   Governor   iu
: n   approval thereof.
Commencing at a pest marked "J.
1D. Smith.. s. W. corner," at
th.e northwest corner of pre-emption, No. 2951, thence north
about 50 (diains more or less, to or
near Sakinaw Lake, thence east 60
chains more or less, thence south 80
(diains  more or less, thence  west  40
chains, more or less, thence north 40
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to le<s   thpn(,_ wegt 40
the undersigned, and endorsed    ret- ,ess> tQ the    lftce of
der for Purchase of North Half of Lot pommenCememt
,;.   Block    13,    Clarkson   and    ���
(Changes for this column must be
left at. or telephoned to. this office by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or other responsible
tarty.)
Sunday,   October   30.
Dis- t
Tbe Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic, to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Ulco, Bahamas, New York
and London,  England.
Correspondents In all parts
of tlie Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
Begbie
Streets. N.-w Westminster, B. C." will
be reci Ived until 1.00 P. M.. on Tuesday, November 15, 1910, for the purchase of the lot mentioned,
Each ten ler must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank, for the sum of Qve hundred
($500.00), payable to the order of the
Honourable  the    Minister   of   Public
f tbe
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20, 1910.
JOHN   FERDINAND BAGGS. Agent.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
,,     ,...:..,. , Works,  which  will  be forfeited
Dati I thla  Third   day    of    October, | tenderer  decline to complete the pur
chase.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the highest or any tender.
By order.
H. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department   of   Public   Works, Ottawa, October 12, l&io.
W. A. DUNCAN,
|Clerk ol the Municipal Council of The
Corporation of the   City   of   New
Westminster
NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant tot or public property
will be prosecuted under tbe provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
Cltv Hall. June 13. 1910.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand!
Baggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
'    Commencing    at    a    post    planted;
about   one   mile northeast   from the..
head ot  Billings bay, and about    401
HOLY     TRINITY ��� Rev.    G.    C.  chains easterly  from    the    southeast |
d'Kasum.  M.  A.  rector.   Rev.   Georgo  corne- of timber lot   number    37341,
A. Ray   M. A., assistant curate.   Cele-  thence  north  40  chains,  thence east j
.ration"   of   Holv   Communion   at   8 40  chains,  thence    south    40 chains. | .
a   m-   Matins, choral  litany and ser- thence  west  40  chains  to  point    of i as Clone by US gives   tne   Ut-
mon  at   11  a.  m.:   Sunday school   at commencement,  containing  160  acres;
2:30 p.  m.;   evensong and sermon at  more or less.
: JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS.
_     i    Dated August 29, 1910.
ST.  PAUL'S   REFORMED  EPISCO-! *
PAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday scliool at 2:30 p.m.; prayer meeting on Wedneslay at 7:30 at the rectory. Morning subject, "Elijah and
His Life's Work;" evening, "Thy
Kingdom Come."
NOTICE IS   HEREBY   GIVEN  that
I'flie Corporation of the City of New
Westminster  lias deposited  with the
Minister of Public Works  at  Ottawa
and in the oftfee of tho    Registrar of
'���'���'������' for the  District  of Now Westminster,   British   Columbia,   at   New
Westminster plan and  description of
1   Pi posed   site   for   laying   steel
Pipe  line  or   water   main   under   the
!  arm of the Eraser River In the
of British Columbia, and aft-
(r ":i" month from tlte first   publlca-
[lon |j : will apply to the Governor
1,1 Council for approval theie of.
DATED this Third dav of October,
W. A. DUNCAN,
" e Municipal Council of The
oration  of  the  City   of   New
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NEW GOODS THIS WEEK���
Over One Quarter Ton of Lcuney's Chocolates,       |
Manicure Goods, Bird Seed, Hair Brvihcs, CcrrU \
I Ryall's Drug Store \
��� ***** rvFc; TESTED BY  GRADUATE   X
V
tn Inster.
overnor Paterson's Ranch
Just Over ths River, Close to PORT MANN and
NEW WESTMINSTER.
A Grand Chance of Making Money Quickly
as this property will shortly be in demand for Factory
Sites.   1-4 Acre Blocks from $550 to $700.   One-third
Cash, balance over two years.	
British CanSTtate, limited.
DOMINION TRUST BUILDING
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown. B.D., pastor Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p m. Morning: "The
Message of the Harvest;" Evening.
Cantata. "Penitence, Pardon and
Peace," by the choir.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rer. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Ser-
j Tloen 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class at 2:30 p.m.
Morning: "The Heart of the Preacher's Message;" evening. "The Science
of Travelling Light."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rfv. E
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Publle
worship: Morning service, 11 a.m.;
evening. 7:30 p.m.; Bible clase and
Sabbath school, 2:30 p.m.; Y. P. S. C.
E., Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting,
Wednesday, 8 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bafc
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday scliool at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at eight o'clock. Morning subject.
"The Obligation to Be Happy." evening. "The Greatest Sight This Side of i
Heaven." The ordinance of baptism
will be administered to four candidates in the evening.
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
���Uev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
D., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. iind
7:30 p. tit. The pastor will preach
farewell sermons morning and evening.
SAPPERTON    METHODIST ��� Rev. I
E.   D.   Braden.   pastor.     Services    at
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday!
at 8 p.m.
SIXTH    AVENUE    METHODIST���j
Rev. F. S. Okell, B. A., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m.   and   7    p.m.   Class meet-!
lng  at  10  a.m.    Sunday    Bchool    at |
2:30 p.  m.  Epworth league,  Monday,,
at 8 p. m.    Prayer meeting, Wednes-.
day at 8 p, m.   Thanksgiving sermon.'
In* the  morning   Rev.   Mr.   Knox,   of |
Vancouver   .secretary   of  the   British
and  foreign   Hible  society  for  B.  C.
will   preach.     Pastor's   evening   subject: "Our Debts."
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
���Benjamin Sand, pastor. Confirmation service at Trinity church at 11
a. m.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, Columbia street, Sapperton. Harvest Thanksgiving services at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. m.
COAST  LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
' Take Notice that I, William Rohert
Dick, of Yancouver, B. C, occupation.
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
| permission to lease 500 acres of land
bounded as follows:    Commencing at
I a post planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
! of Dralney's inlet, thence north 100
chains, tlience west 50 chains, thence
south   100    chains,    thence    east    50
j chains to post of commencement. Pur-
1 pose for which it te required, quarry-
llng.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 26th, 1910.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
UIRK WORK
most satisfaction. Ourequip-
| ment 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       NEW
FOR SALE
Forty Acres of choice land near Port Haney,
nearly all cleared. On main wagon read, convenient to C. P. R. and river. Line of proposed tramway runs through property. Soil is excellent and
cannot be surpassed for fruit raising.
Price $4500 for a Few Days Only
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists] Page eight.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBE
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City News
iere "ill be no issue1 of tlie Daily     A summons for cruelty to animal.
.News on Monday, Tljfciksipving Day. was Issued against a  farmer   named
Cahipbell, of Langley  Prairie, yestejf-
funeral took place yesterday <,i';(i.|V    Uo win Bppear [n (jle provincial
Sylvia    Wyman,    the    infant
hter of Mr. and Mrs
man, of Sixth sti< ei:,
Nee 1 a n essi ni er
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D.  Wy-
riione 194.
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right prices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
WANTED���ONE HUNDRED YOUNG
men and young women to qualify
for stenographers and bookkeepers
We will liave a position for everyone as soon as competent. The
Modern Business Scliool. A. I..
Botick.  Principal,  610  Columbia  St.
Tl e steamer C< ItW ariived In porl
from \ ancouvi r : <��� erday, carrying
a large consignn-enl bf boxes for the
Columbia Cold Storage company.
Mrs. \V. Nelson Clark, Carnarvon
street, and her mother, Mrs. McNa-
mara, will receive on November 1,
and thereafter on the dn I Tuesday of
each montli.
Pot plants and fiesh cul flowers at
Tidy's store.   Phone 184. **
police courl In a few days. He js
charged with having shot two mns
belonging to a neighbor.
In the police courl yesterday Fred
M. Brooks, the chauffeur, who had
charge of the car which run into the
little Kitchen girl on Thursday night,
was lined $10 and costs for exceeding the speed limit, lt came oul in !
the evidence thai tl)'1 horn on the au
tomoblle was defective, and Magistrate Kdmonds instructed the chauffeur to have ii repaired al once.
Ellis, Dodds and .Mullen, the (Ince
convicts who attempted to escape
from custody on 'Thursday afternoon,
when they were being taken from the
Grand   Superintendent   Burns,   with  provincial   courl   house   to  the   penl-
a number of prominent  Masons from tentiary rig, will he arraigned In the
Vancouver, came over to Westminster on a special car last night to
pay a fraternal visit to the local lodge.
The ll. ('. E. R. company lias decided to Increase iis running time to
Chilliwack from three hours to three
and one-half hours, until the roadbed
has heen improved.
November records���Victor
son are now on sale at .1.
Music  House.
and Edi-
I.  Todd's
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A quiet wedding was celebrated al
St. Andrews manse on Thursday evening when Rev. J. S. Henderson joined in the bonds of holy niatiiinony
Miss Helen Hamilton Wilson and
John Alex Mc.N'air. both of this city.
Davies Green Houses is tlie place to
| pet bouquets, floral designs, and    all
kinds of cut flowers.    Plione R 208 **
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia  St. Principal.
Sent On Approval A
To Resi-onsibi.b People    * *fb"*j&
tMNTtn
Laughlin n
FOUNTAIN PEN E
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and {jagi^
RED GEM |jji
U/-e Ir��K Pencil HP
Vour Choice of        'M
$
These
Two
Popular
Articles
for enl"
police couri iliis morning,
|
I Ai a meeting of the board of works
of the municipality of Burnaby yes-||
terday evening tenders for the supply
of lumber In different parts of the municipality for the construction of Bidewalks were awarded to the following
firms: Brunette Saw .Mills. Koyal
City Saw .Mills. Small & Kucklin
Lumber company. Enterprise Mill
company and the Deer Lake Mill
company.
Alex Rae, a lad driving A. Hard-
man's delivery rig yesterday afternoon, had a narrow escape from injury when his horse ran away on
Sixth stieet. bein. pitched out of
the wagon. Tlie horse galloped along
Queens avenue, down Seventh street,
turned Into Agnes'and smashed the
rig near W. E. Pales' store. The animal was stopped near Dr. Rothwell's
residence.
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MARKET
REPORT
.00 m'i
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Po��,
paid
lo any
address
liustratiui.s aie ttucl S.^j  '.fit
Kvery pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. . did Go'id���cut.
<m n. lit hand may be had
in e.iher uu r standard
black opaque pattern, cn
. Non-breakable Transput-
,ent, BS desired either in
plain or engraved finish,
as preferred.
Too msy try this pen a wars,
if yii .I., ii,<11:n j it Ab nptiBSiited,
a fatter  article tlmii y.iu c*ti mi.
I'.irO t.tr 1III.1.E HMIL.S iitta K,K, l_.
m. 1 ill ei.y other n.ati.. if i . t
entiiely mi ,f.se.>-y i��� a*.i* t, ���
i,<<t tulii'ii it ani we mil ici.,1
Sim ll.Ulur it.
rn.l
Try" hit tt our fen.
Popular 1   'i    < bn  \:
r,;���\.i,tn I,... i ,,.,; trinn i h, I,,, ,
l.e run...I lr, ai.y j.... m I
i ,k. 11 ,.i ��li j.- h'i |n ., ,, I,,. , ,
aoy en. e m ti . t mch, I Mi-
M.n fai.rlnjt) trr.l, Iridium
rolnt, |,'|.>l,F,lvu'.rinire4 rnliWr
tt**.,   trira  c.tta   fini.h.      It elnil
everywhere for ��.'rn. Aventi
"anlF.l Write fur . -ina. Writa
no�� "let! yod forfet"   i-.Wit*,
** Laughlin Mfg. Co/
Ha.estlo Bldg .
Detroit. Utr-la
Ihe Central hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools,  Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
GET
Cadbiiry's Chocolates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed for
T. A. MIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.1  441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
   ;.. ' ���
What probaibly constitutes a record
crowd attended tiie Thanksgiving Day
market yesterday, li is estimated that
hetween six and seven hundred people
attended the market in tlie morning
and al! Hie farmers who had produce
to sell did a capacity business.
()!' course poultry of all sorts was
the chief feature of the market. There
were some fine turkeys brought in,
the best coming lrom Langley an.i
the Delta, although some good birds
came from the oilier districts in the
] Fraser Valley. The prices iti ihe main
I weie    satisfactory    from   a   vendor's
! standpoint.
All oilier kinds of poultry were well
represented, and the poultry traders
on the markel did a thriving business all morning. There was an extra large supply of fowl, but both the
pi ice an.l tlie demand vvas subject to
greal fluctuation, due to the fact that
theie were many old hens brought in
whi li di I not attract the buyers. However, all the fowl and chickens in
good condition found a ready sale and
the vendor was unfortunate If lie
did not have his stock disposed of
Boon after entering the market.
A sign of ilie approach of winter
was the price of eggs, which went, up
a couple of cents under the stress of
heavy buying.
There was a fair supply of beef
brought in. and it was all readily
soldi. Lamb and mutton was Hie
same, but there seemed to he a slightly falling off in the demand for veal,
although tbe price did not decline.
In all other lines there was a first-
class representation and on the whole
the market was the best that has been
held for some mont lis.    The weather
I conditions were ideal and the farmers from all round the country took
advantage of the fact.
Potatoes were broughl in In la.ue
quantities and  the  buyers seemed  to
I he starting to lay in a winter's supply, for under the impetus of an  un-
I flagging  demand  the price  went   up
I higher than il had sine,, the new potatoes came in early In the sum,ner.
An   auction   sale   of   horses   and
stock   was   well   patronized    in   the
morning,
The bu] i ly of cul and pot flowers
Bhowe I the Blgns or tho advancing
season and was not as .odd as !��� had
been,  but   there  was  almost   enough
tO   satisfy   a   so ncvviial   fastidious    de-
I mand.
B< ef, hindquarters, per lb...  8 to 9c
Veal, large, per lb   9 to 10c
Veal, medium, per lb [] l_ to 12c
Pork, prime, per Ib   12 to 1 _i_<-
h'p. s, wholesale, per do. 50 to 52c
Fowl, per doz.. live  *,~ to .. Ki
Ducks,  per  doz $15
Turkeys,   dressel,   wholesale   ....32c
Turkeys,   dressed,   retail    35c
Geese,  dressed,   whole    25c
Geese, dressed, retail    30e
Potatoes, new, per ton    $22
Cabbage, 1 er lb 2c
The Public
Supply Sf jres
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
���our opinion, it is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have heen chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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J Some Special Snaps  j
*  THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY  *
:5 lots on Second street.   Excellent  view.    Streets on three sides   *
of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms. ���
* 10  lots  extending  from   First   to  Second   street.    Thla  property  ���
* is especially  well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane ut rear.   _
J   Price $300 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE. Z
\     F. J. HART & GO., Ltd.     !
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Sixteen and
Seventeen Inch
ROLLER
CRASH
10    YARDS    FOR    $1.00.
Poller Crash, worth 12%c
nnd 15c In lhe usual way.
We were fortunate In securing special jobs In odd
lines; some slightly soiled,
etc. Light and dark colors,
with plain or colored borders���good, heavy weight in
union, and all linen; 400
yards, on sale per yeard; 10
yards   for    $1.00
ENDS OF
CUR TAIN
i*mj\
CLEARING   THE    LOT���25c   PER  YA . '
Friday   and   Saturday.    Wc  have gone through  the
draperies, and  taken  from theshelves  all   the  Bhori   .
from 2 to 10 vai iis, left from this  season's  showiii
peaiod handling we place the entire lol on sale P1I1
White Broche, Muslins. Colonial Draperies, Plain and r
cream   and   white   Madras,    ffyou need curtains foi
in any room do not  lei the opportuity   pass.    On  sale
Saturday,    Per yard  	
Women s  Woollen Gloves
Cold  weather necessitates  warmer  gloves.    This  season  our showing is more  valid an.l
heretofore.    Entirely  new  styles  are  here,    Gloves  In   Kid  and Mocha finished; In facl
the    real    kid    tbat    at  first  glance you  would believe them *mf\i'   .Ilk-lined   Casi
skin.     Fancy   Ribbed   Woollen Gloves, all Bhown In a complete range   of   colors- navj   I
cardinal, green, grey, mode, fawn,  cream   while  and   black,   sizes C to 8\i  Inches. Per pi
25c to
Women's Colored
Cashmere Hose
There is a growing demand forcolored   Hosiery   to   match   costumes
worn.    Our  Hosiery selection :'s well  supplied  with  all  the  popular
colors���navy,   cadet,   sky,   slate   cardinal,    Mamie,     wisteria.     plum,
myrtle, (dive, cream, tan, etc.
pair     	
In    plain    and    embroidered.      Per
     35c   to   $1.25
Men's  Worsted Socks
-    **���   .. , 25c   PER    PAIR.
loo pairs of Men's Black, hea J* ribbed woollen Socks; also heather
mixtures, in  sizes   L0 tn ll   itches.    Regular   values   35c,   The   lol
in clear, per pair    25c
Some New Trimmings
Many new trimmings are now to be Been In the dress g 1 ds sec
tion. Frogs In cream, white, black, brown, gn . cadet, reseda, etc.,
fancy evening trimmings, new black silk and Tinsel curds, etc.
Berlin and
Knitting
Wools
A  complete  sti
popular     wools
for   Christmas;   :' ���
as   well   as all
winds    for    hea
The list given  here I
what   you   maj
woi 1   section
Berlin    Wools���4   1
weights, in all the '.-  1
dai k colors.
Zephyr   Wools���In
Bhades  in   Bei Iin.
Ice    Wool���    In
��� un.
Shetland     Floss���In
white,    Nile,    M
e, pink, yell
etc.
Mohoneys    Fingering, S':'.
Fingering,   Beehive���[1   1
grades���-Burnley
ony,  mending   wn il   etc.
NEW   FALL   "BUTTERICK   FASHIONS"   AND   DELINEATORS   NOW ON SALE.    ASK TO SEE THE'.'
W. S. COLLISTER & C
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
"Why should I give my cleaning and dyeing to tho Royal
City in preference to all
cithern'.'" was a question wo
once had to answer. We didn't
tell, but showed why.
We are still serv ing that patron and will he glad to show
vou. The bent cleaning and dyeing works in the < Ity.
G.   F.  BALDWIN,   Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and .eliver
goods.
Order Now For |
Thanksgiving Dinner
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
NOTICE.
On  and  after October  1.  li'in,  we.
the  undersigned,  wdll    pell   coal    for
chhIi only, either with the order or on
I delivery,
OILLEY  IlliOS., LTD.
JOSEPH MAYERS,
BELYEA & CO.
N'ew Westminster. Sept. 21.
*******************
*.******���*** *********
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   DAILY   NEW.
Turkeys
Geese
Ducks
Chickens   -
Fowls
Per Lb. 35c
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
20c
20c
30c
20c-25c
Choice Lamb and Prime Beef
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
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