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Port EVlasin
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SKILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $S   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUMK
NUMBER 212.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.  .THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
1911
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
SECOND DAY OF FA!R   iPORT MANN ACREAGE
BETTER THAN THE EIRST
Continued Drizzle Keeps the;Eighty Acres Adjoining the
Attendance Down to Small     Townsite Purchased From
V
SHOWING OE HORSES   IMAIN FAIR BUYING
PLEASES THE CRITICS   15 HIVEr, INDUSTRY
Number-Ladies Sell Tags
Jupiter Pluvius lias a decided
grudge against the Royal Agricultural
and Industrial society. The deity
whose weapon is a watering can has
heen the jinks of tbe fair for the first
two days, and unless the god of the
waters of the heavens relents and
gives way to Old Sol, the fair of 1910
will not be the striking success the
excellence of the exhibits warrants.
The attendance and cash receipts
are lower than was the case for the
flrst two days of last year's fair, the
total attendance on the opening day
ln 1909 being 2900, and fi700 on the
second day. This year 3548 passed
the turnstiles on the first day, while
yesterday 5903 visited the exhibition.
Last year's attendance for the third
day was 12,938.
Tag   Day.
Today fifty ladies of this city will
be on the warpath for funds for the
maintenance of the Tranquille Sanatorium. These fighters of tlie great
white scourge will be supplied with
tags, one being given to every contributor to the cause. The tag will
render the buyer Immune from further
attentions on the part of the fall-
sellers���perhaps.
Last year the ladles realized about
$750 for the sanatorium hy their activities on Tag Day. They should do
better this year, and they will, if
organization and determination count
for anything.
a,     Everyth'hg   Running  Smoothly.
The few hitches ln the smooth running of the exhibition noticed on the
opening day were all smoothed over
i yesterday, everything now going for-]
ward In clockward order. Prom now
on there should lie no difficulty In the'
management of the exhibition.
Following are some of the awards
in the classes judged  yesterday:
DIVISION   D.���SWINE.
Yorkshires:
Boar, _ years and over���Joseph
Thompson. Chilliwack.
Boar, 1 .'.car and under 2���11. Webb,
Sard!*; 2. McClughan Bros., Port
Kelts.
Boar, (ner li months and under 12���
1, Joseph  Thompson;   2.   11.   Webb;   3, |
J. Thompson.
Boar, over ;; mouths and under fi
months���1, Joseph Thompson; 2,
Joseph Thompson. i
Sow, 2  years and   over���1,   Joseph
Thompson;    2,   11    Webb;    3,   Joseph1
Thompson.
Sow, 1 year and under 2���1, Joseph
Thompson; 2, Joseph Thompson; 3, II.
Webb.
Sow, Over ti and under 12 months���
1, 2, 3, Joseph Thompson.
Sow, over :', and  under fi  months���'
1,   H.   Webb;   2,   J.   Thompson;   3,   J.
Thompson. I
Herd, boar and two sows, any age���
1, J. Thompson; 2, II. Webb; 3, J.
Thompson.
Best boar, any age���Diploma, J,
Thompson.
Best sow, any ago���Diploma, J.
Thompson.
Boar, 2 years and over���1, A. C.
Wells & Sons. Chilliwack.
Boar, 1 .ear and under 2���11. Webb,
Sardia.
Boar, iiver 2 and under t\ months���
1, A. C. Wells;  2. A. C.  Wells.
Sow, 2 years and over���1, A. C.
Wells.
Sow, 1 year and under 2���1. 11.
Webb; 2, ll. Webb.
Sow, over :���! and un 'er f, months���
1, Shannon Bros., Cloverdale; 2, Shannon Pros.. Cloverdale; :;. A. C. Wells
& 8ons. Chilliwack.
Herd, boar and two sows, any age���
1, H.  Webb;   2. A. C.  Wells and sons.
Best boar, any age ��� Diploma. A. C.
Wells and Sons.
Besi sow, any age���Diploma, A. Ci
Wells and Sous.
Tamwortns.
Boar.   2   years   and    over���1.    Alex
Davie, Ladner;  W. M, Harford, Chilli-
.wack.
Boar, over 3 and under ii months���
1, 2, I'.. Alex Davie. Ladner.
Sow, 2 years and over���1, W. M.
Barford, Chilliwack.
Sow, 1 year and under 2���1, 2, W.
M. Barford.
Sow. over 3 and under fi months���
1, 2. 2, Alex  Davie,  Ladner.
Heid, boar and 2 sows, any age���
1, W. M. Hai lord; 2, Alex Davie; 3, W.
M. Harford.
gow. with litter, under S weeks���
1, W. M. Harford.
Best boar, any age���Diploma, Alex
Davie. Ladner.
'Best sow, any age���Diploma, W. M.
Barford, Chilliwack.
Duroc Jersey  and  Essex,
i_.Boar,  2   veins   and   over���1,   J.  T.
May-nurd. Cheiim, Chilliwack.
.   Boar, 1  year an.l  under 2���1, ,1. F.
Maynard, Cbeam. Chilliwack.
WjBoar, over fi and under 12 months���
1,  2,   J.   l'\   Maynard,    Cb.eam,   Chilli-
Wack.
I Boar, over 3 and under >'> months���
fl,   2,   .1.   F.   Maynard,    Cbeam,   Chilliwack.
HBow. 2 years and over���1, J. T. May-
Hard, Cbeam, Chilliwack.
ffiSow,  1   year and  under   2���l.J.   F.
Maynard, Chuam, Chilliwack,
Sow   over fi and under 12 months���
Local Syndicate.
One of the largest, real estate deals
pul through in tbis city tor some
time was completed yesterday afternoon when eighty acres of land adjoining Tort Mann was disposed ol' to
Vancouver capitalists for a sum in
tbe neighborhood of J50.000. The
Westminster end of thc transaction
was bundled by the linn of White,
Shiles & Co., but there were a couple
of other real estate ageuts betweeu
tbem and the actual buyer.
The property had been held by a
local syndicate for tbe past six
months.
Tlie purchase price, which is in the
neighborhood of Jfioti per acre. Is considered by Port Mann specialists as
very reasonable, and there is every
likelyhood that the land will change
hands shortly at a substantial advance.
Lisbon   Nov/   in   the   Hinds  of  the  Republicans-King
Manuel Compelled to Seek Safety at Mafra���Members
of New Cabinet Are Named���Overthrow of
Royal Power Acknowledged.
LADIES TAKE INTEREST
IN EXHIBITS OF BREAD
Prizes   Offered   by   Milling   Conpanies
Are Won by Clever Home Bakers
���Over 200 Entries.
One  exhibit   which  has  been  cans-1
ing much interest among the ladies at,
the fair is the bread section and large
numbers have been visiting tbe dairy
building  daily  to  look over  the  large
showing   of   bread   from   all   parts   oft
the province.    There are nearly  two
hundred    entries    for    the    different j
in ires offered by well known milling
companies   and   the   competition   lias
been keen.    The entries were judged
by   Mr.   Moore, a  graduate of the Ontario college of agriculture.
The special prizes presented by the
Ogilvie Milling company, through
their agent, D. 1'. Dickson, of Vancouver, for the best loaf of home made
bread, made by any lady, non-professional, in tlie province, from their
flour were won by Mrs. A. W. Gray,
ot N'ew Westminster, and Miss Margaret Davis. The prizes offered bv
the Vancouver Milling ancl Grain c
pany were won by Mrs. J. Imlah aad
Mrs. A. W. Gray, both of New Westminster. The special prize offe-ed by
the Lake of the Woods Milling company was won bj Mrs. John Robinson, of South Vancouver. Two special prizes offered by the ESastei brooke
Milling company, of Eburne, were won
by Mrs. Norman McLellan, of Ladner,
and  Mrs. J.  lmlah. of this city.
The special prize offered by the T.
Eaton Co.. Ltd., for the best collection
of ladies fancy work of any kind, distinct trom any other entry, was won
by Mrs. J. B, McAllister, of this city,
who also won a large number of other
prizes In the ladies fancy work exhibit. Miss Annie Loree won the second price offered by W. G. McQuarrie.
Tbe prize offered by Weller Bros., of
Victoria, for work done by ladies over
sixty years of age. was won by Mrs.
Thompson, of 212.S William street,
Vancouver.
Lisbon, Oct. B.���The capital is now
completely in tlie hands of the Republicans, who have formed a provisional
government, with Theophile Braga as
president.
A new national flag of red and
green is flying over all public buildings, including the town hall.
King Manuel, with the queen mother
and bis grandmother, the Queen
Dowager Marie, lias taken refuge at
Mafra, twenty-three miles from Lisbon.
Already the Spanish minister, in
full' uniform, has called to pay his respects to the Republican leudeis.
It is impossible to estimate the
number of those killed or wounded in
yesterday's lighting, but it is expected to reach several hundred.
The city has been considerably damaged by the bombardment of insurgent warships.
The buildings occupied by the ministry and around the Praca do Com-
merclo and the Nectssidades palate
were made the particular targets and
today show broken walls and turrets.
The tower of the church attached to
the palace was demolished. Thus far,
however, no attack has been made
upon private property and it is reported that the banks are being guarded by bluejackets.
No news has been received from
the provinces, as communication bas
largely been cut off and dispatches
and messages of all kinds have been
suppressed.
Following' are   the   names
members  of  the  provisional
formed by the revolutionaries:
Theophile Braga, president.
Colonel Barrelo, minister >>f war.
A. Maro Zovado Gomes, minister of
marine.
Antom Io Almeida, minister of thc
interior.
Euzblo, civil governor of Lisbon.
j under rush orders received last night
'and the cruiser Minerva followed 10-
Iday. 'lhe Newcastle was lying with
: steam up prepared to start for China
I when tlie Change of orders came and
t she was ordered to the Portuguese
capital.
Washington, Oct. 6���Diplomats here
believe that Kngland is preparing to
intervene in Portugual on behalf of
King Manuel. King Edward was an
ardent supporter of the Portugese
king, and it is believed that King
George will follow his father's policy.
European royalty is fighting repub-
licism at every turn and it is likely
the monarchies will stand together,
foreseeing that the effect of republican success in Portugal will be far
reaching throughout Europe.
New Departure Meets With Exhibit?   ^Industrial Hall
Favor of Public���List of!    Are-'   ^iy, Varied and At*
the Winners. tractive ���Public Pleased.
Paris, Oct. 5.���Portugese bonds fell
three per cent, and the city of Lisbon
two  per  cent,  on   the   bourse  today.
JThe Darmitaedter bank, the Portugese
I financial agency  in  Berlin, has large
I deposits sufficient to secure for some
time the payments of Portugese bonds
1 on Germany.
of the
cabinet
London, Oct. 5.��� Three Hritish warships are en route to Lisbon today   to
j protect   British   Interests  In   Portugal.
iaccording to the Exchange Telegraph.
I It is not known whether the commanders of the warships are ordered
to  protect  the  Portuguese  family.
I The foreign office received tbis information unofficially and the admiralty is in ie -eipt ol a long wireless
message from the men-of-war ordered
to the scene.
San Sebastian, Oct. 5.���The officers
of the northern army corps are reported to have received telegraphic orders
from Madrid to prepare for active service. The orders are taken as indicating that the Madrid officials had
advance information of the Portuguese revolution and are preparing to
put down a similar rebellion in Spain
by the most drastic measures.
Activity   is   noted   in   army   circles
throughout  Spain  and   royalists    are
fearful that an uprising  is imminent.
Couriers from Portugal assert that
i bloody lighting is in progress and that
ithe  revolutionists  everywhere are  attacking   the   royalists.     Tbe   fighting
which started in Lisbon has spread to
other Portuguese cities.
Gibraltar.     Oct     .".���The     British
cruiser  Newcastle started for Lisbon
Barcelona,    Oct.    5.���The    Spanish
'government  today  began    openly    to
strengthen    garrisons    in    Catalonia.
I Heretofore the process of augmenting
1 the garrison has been    under   cover.
Republican leaders In Barcelona province are closely watched by police and
spies,   the   surveillance   having   heen
I made more rigid of late.
I    Barcelona is a hotbed of republican-
Ism and the scene   of   many   revolutionary disturbances in the past.
FEW BUSINESS HOUSES
COMPETING FOR PRIZES
MANAGER KEARY SANGUINE
FAIR WILL TET BE SUCCESS
BIG AUDIENCE PLEASED
WITH SCOTTISH CONCERT
Rain  Is Only Drawback to Big Enter-  Opera House Crowded with Lovers of
prise���Overworked   Passes  Are
Taken Up and Cancelled.
Window    Dressing    Competition   Suggested    by    Exhibition    Management  Not Proving Popular.
(Continued on Page Five.)
Some weeks ago the management
of the R. A. & 1. society announced
that money prizes would be given to
the designers of the three best-dressed store windows In the city duiing
the fair, the only condition being that
ithe display must be suggestive of the
exhibition. No definite rules governing the contest were sent out.
i    For  some   reason   this   suggestion
idoes not seem to have met with much
1 favor among the storekeepers, only
a  few  of  whom  have  made   any  at-
, tempt    to   deck    out    their    windows.
! Some  of   tbe  real  estate  offices   aie
I displaying apples, but this Is so usual
With these firms that it can hardly be
! called a special exhibition display. J.
C. Blair, tiie tobaccoist, has \ number
of Kelowna plants in his window; this
1 also Is more of a straight business advertisement than an lnd'.cation thut
the fair Is in progress.
I W. K. Sinclair bus an attractive display���red    apples   and    golden   oats,
; forming a rich color scheme that compels attention.    W. S. Collister & Co.
I have vegetables and fruits arranged
in one of their win lows.   The Domin-
1 lon Trust company has a showing of
apples and    vegetables   on    a    back-
[Vround of autumn foliage. These three
Arms seem to be the. only ones seriously tn the running for the money,
and it Is doubtful if more than one
prize will be awarded.      ._
Seen yesterday afternoon Manager
W. II. Keary was optimistic as to tbe
outcome of the fair. He stated that
if the weather cleared up there woul 1
be lots of time to make the present
show the best tbat was ever held    in
I New Westminster, with the exception
of the Dominion    exhibition    in  1905,
j "Isn't this a corker." remarked Mr.
Keary as he pointed out of the window to  where the    fountain    in    the
.reservoir was engaged in a competition   with  the  rain  drops  in  making
; splashes.
��� In spite of the rain the exhibition
is running smoothly nnd 110 difficulty
I has    arisen    which     has    not     been
I straightened out by the management.
j    Vest erday  It   was   found   necessary
.to lift a few passes which people
w-ere  slipping through  the  fence nnd
: allowing them to be used again by
parties on the outsl.'e.    The manage-
I ment has been troubled with this evil
for several years and Is determined to
put an end to it.
Songs of Auld Scotia���Clan
McLean Piping Popular.
One of the largest crowds that has
squeezed into the opera house for
months was present last night on the
occasion of the Scottish concert. To
1 say that the large audience was well
pleased would he putting it too mildly. It was delighted.
I Kvery item on the long program
was of a high order of merit and it
would be hard to pick out any one or
two performers who shone so far
above tlle otheis as to deserve special
mention. Probably tlie piping hy the
Clan McLean pipe band was the most
popular item on the program, although
there were many others which provoked tempests of applause from the
audience.
"The Token." sung by Miss Alvina
Munn and R. Mori ison: J. G. Brown's
songs, and the dancing events were
well received.
Altogether the concert was the most
successful that has been held in New
Westminster for years.
Possibly the best feature of the exhibition yester lay was tbe horse
events in front of tlie grand stand.
Theie were some splendid horses put
through their paces and the large
crowd in tlie grand stand thoroughly
appreciated the efforts of the horsemen. The jumping horses which attracted the most attention did not do
any phenomenal work, possibly owing
more to tbe muddy state of the track
than to the inability of the horses.
Tlie ponies and tandems came in
for much notice.
J. M. Gardhouse, of Weston, Ont.,
and P. Farrell, of Woodstock, Ont.,
wbo did the judging, had great difficulty in deciding the winner in some
events, but It was finally all done to
the satisfaction of most of the entrants.
Last night both Mr. Farrell and Mr.
Gardhouse, who have had years of experience with horses of all classes
stated that they bad never seen a better display of heavy horses.
The horse show is a new deptirture
for  the exhibition  and  some  of    ihe
spectators thought that some of the j
prizes did not find their proper berth. I
However,    both    the    judges    judged
solely  on  the  merits  or  the entries, |
and  the  presence of the  magnificent
horses and turnouts on the track yesterday was a liberal    education    and
ought to lead to an even better display next year.   It is by the encouragement   of  such   exhibitions   that   New
Westminster will be enabled to keep
ahead of all    competitors    in    future
years.
The Results.
Gentleman's saddle horse  (mare or
gelding)���1. J.  A. Coldwell;   2, D. C. j
McGregor; 2, T. J. Smith.
Special prizes, presented for the'
best pair of mares or geldings. 16%
hands or over, to be shown to brougham or other suitable vehicle-, horses.
00 per cent.-, appointment, 4<i per cent.
���1. D. C. McGregor-. 2. Miss Mabel
1 Smith-.  '.',. L. A. Lewis.
Ladies'    jumping    class,    over    six
jumps. 2 feet 6 inches.    Performance
I only to count.���1, W. S.  Hollands, of
Vancouvei;   2,  Miss  Neda  Trapp;    3,
I Miss Mabel Smith. Vancouver.
Single heavy liarness mare or geld-
'ing, hitched to gig or suitable vehicle
���1, D. C. McGregor; 2. Miss Mabel
Smith.
Tandem class���1.   D.    C. McGregor, j
Vancouver, only entry. I
Jumping class, mare or gelding, to
be ridden by lady or gentleman over
six jumps, four feet. Performance
only to count���1, W. S. Hollands; 2. T.
J. frapp; 8, Miss Smith, Vancouver.
Single roadster, mare or gelding in
harness to four-wheel vehicle���1. J.
T. Smith; 2, N. T. Blanchfield; 3, N.
T. Blanchfield.
Best   pair   Shetland   ponies   in   bar-!
ness���1, Con Jones;   2.  Mr. Cameron,
Of Sapperton.
Special prize, presented by Messrs.!
Henry Birks & Sons, for the best lady
rider���1, Miss Cowdry. of Vancouver.
Shetland    saddle   pony���1,    Harold |
Jones; 2, Dolph Jones.
Ladles' sad.lle horse imare or gelding!���1. J. A. Coldwell; 2, Miss
Smith; 3. Miss Cowdry.
Fine gaited saddle horse���1. Mr.
Allen, Vancouver; 2, Mr. Allen, Vancouver.
SUMMERLAND BANDSMEN
LOSE THEIR SLEEPING CAR
C. P. R. Shunts Quarters of Musicians
to Some Far Away Place, Leaving
Boys in Distress.
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Vancouver    Day���American Day. ���
10:00 A.  M.���Stock judging competion will be held  under the aus- ���
pices of the B. C. Stock Breeders' association. ���
Demonstration   in   fruit   packing by R. B. Denny, lute of Oregon ���
Agricultural  college. ���
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1:00 P. M.���Stock parade.
1:80 P.  M.���Intermediate Lacrosse match  (curtain raiser), Reginas
vs .West Ends.
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3:30  P.  M��� Lacrosse  match,  Nationals, of Montreal, Quebec, chain-   ���
pions of the N. li, V., vs. Vancouver Lacrosse Team.
7:00 P. M.���Grand electrical display.
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S:(><) P. M.���Grunt) concerts In the Industrial and Agricultural build-   ���
ings by Wagner's Second Regiment band, of Seattle, Wash.
(Lieut. T. H. Wagner, conductor), anl by the Summerland band,
(D.  H.  Watson,  conductor), of Summerland, B. C.
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The members   of the    Summerland
band, who are under a three day engagement to play at the provincial exhibition, arrived in tlie city yesterday
afternoon.    The  first  few    hours    of
their stay were spent in making them-
selves acquainted with the city, but!
later ln the evening all  the surplus I
energy possessed by the boys was ex-1
pended in hunting for their car and In
roundly abusing the C. P. R., the car j
having been shunted to some unknown
place during the afternoon, no notice j
of its whereabouts being left for   the
guidance of the musicians.
As the Sumn.erland  travellers had j
made all arrangements to sleep on the
6ar, It had been deemed unnecessary i
to secure other accommodation. When
lt was found thut the car was miss-'
lng, un effort was made to quarter the
hoys ln some hotel or boarding house,
but every place was filled up and   the
bandsmen were compelled to rest on I
shakedowns in the    railway    waiting
rooms.
The employees of the Al. G. Barnes
people also had some difficulty in
finding their train, but this was
eventually located in the west end,
the circus folk reaching their quarters
by wading through a slough of mud.
The Industrial building, one of tho
most modern and serviceable of the
buildings at tlie fair, is crowded with
exhibits of all kinds. Many 1 f the
well-known local firms have stands
here, and not a few Vancouver concerns occupy space. Wholesalers an*
retailers find themselves In close
proximity, and famous brands of tea.
and cocoa are advertised a few feet
away from where a man will carve
"darling" on a piece of jewellry for
you. or a Hindu will sell you same
curious and beautiful sample of E&st-
ern art in silk or brass.
Many    Music   Men.
In this building piano men hive the
predominance. In the four corners of
the room there are pianos on exhibition and at each one of them there
are obliging agents ready and willing to play the symphony in "K," or
"Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey,"
to suit the tastes of the passing prospective customer.
J. H. Todd has a stand ln the southeast corner of the building, and al!
sorts of musical instruments are on
exhibition. Walter F. Evans and company, formerly. Dyke, Evans and Callahan, of Vancouver, have a splendid
display of Heint. man pianos. Hicks
and Livick. of Vancouver, also have
an attractive display of pianos and
one of the largest spaces on the floor
is taken by W. W. Watt and company,
of Vancouver, who have a most extensive display of everything musical. Tlie famous Bell piano la also
shown  on  this  floor.
Lees   Limited.
Possibly  the  most attractive    commercial exhibit in the building is that,
of Lees, Ltd.    This firm has a stand
,on the east side of tbe building and
a  more tasty  arrangement of beautiful furniture would be difficult 10 tind.
j Tlie  furniture  shown  Is  all   iu   dark
1 wood and the lights are shaded.    Altogether   there   are    several    sample
'.rooms  furnished and the exhibit has
' attracted  a  great  deal   of   Eaovrable
. comment from visitors.
I    The   display   of    the    Westminster
brewery is worthy of mention. There
'are rows of bottles of the product ot
this well known firm, with  lights arranged behind them thnt the sight is
liable   to   cause   heart   failure    to   a
thirsty man.
i Another exhibit deserving of special
: mention is that of William N. O'Neil
land company, of Vancouver, who have
an exhibit of fancy doors, window.,
builders' supplies, etc. No effort, has.
been saved to make the exhibit attractive, and It is cue of the best in.
the build:-. -*.
Well   l^'iown   C:cds   on   Show.
World-!', mous pro itrs, such as Tet-
ley's teas. Chlver's marmalade, Quaker oats, Purity flour, Perrin's biscuits.
Sunlight soap. Cowan's cocoa, Je.l-o,
Trumilk, Vinolla, soap and perfumes
and many others, all have stands of
their own. in charge of obliging men
who are ready to hand out information of all kinds at the least possible notice.
Tobacco   Exhibit.
An interesting exhibit and one that,
proves attractive to tlie eastern visitors is that of the Kelowna Tobacco
company. Bales of the cured tobacco
are on show and plants of the green
tobacco are used in the decoration of
the booth. It is a revelation to many
of the visitors that tobacco can be-
grown in British Columbia, but there
is the green leaf and there are the
finished cigars, long black ones with
a red label: good ones, too, as the
News representative has cause to remember.
Of the wholesalers Kelly, Dougl&B
and company, and the Bracknan-Ker
Mllling company, have attractive exhibits, while C. A. Welsh, Anderson
and Lusby anl the Fair are some of
the retail firms whose display attract
attention in the building.
The B. C Fur company have a timely exhibit near the main entrance ta
the building.
Upstairs in the industrial building:
there ls one of the best displays or
amateur and professional photograph
that has been seen here for years.
Paintings and drawings aie also on exhibition here and attruct a large number of visitors.
A unique and exquisitely beautiful
exhibit here is a poster kindly loaned
to the exhibition by Del Shiles. The.
reading matter on the poster contains;
some interesting information ahout tha
Royal City, but the main thing about
lt is that the work was done by pen-
In a dozen diffeient colors. The coloring is wonderful and Impossible to
adequately describe. It is hung on��.
the south wall near the southeast corner of the building.
On this floor also are the lunchrooms of the Presbyterian church, all
the ladies' fancy work ami the:
"Shadow of the Cross," one of the-
side attractions that was fortunute-
enough to secure Inside space.
Near the top of the stairs some Hindus huve a stand where they aie
showing some wonderful samples of
Oriental needle work. One of the
main things on this floor Is the administration offlces, but there is nothing
on show there except Hard work ani
keen business, and the; eoanal spectator Is not wanted.. Ill
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PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
Classified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE fRPD Qf CRiPPLES
WANTED.
WANTED���EVERY VOTER IN VALE
distiict to know that the McBride
government has been returned to
power mice    times,    whilst    every
v.... ���  in   \ am o i\ er  has   tive  votes
;.:: . every voter in Yale district bas
y oi e rote,    une man one vote !
J. N. Muir.
THE PEOPLL'i TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St
New  Westrr.inster.  B.  C.
Branch Office     - Kamloops, B.C
FIVE ACRES in the Kennedy subdivision, close to car line. Price
$210 per acie. One-third cash, balance six and twelve months.
VISITING AMERICA
New Westminster Opera House
Hector McCaig, Manager
t~J~3��r_tW*r*bJTb-X*Km**-1i MlW*lJSH*-..mju*l
(Neglect of Afflicted Children
WANTED���MRS. DAVISON. PKO-
fessor of mandolin and piano, has
vacancies for a few pupils, 1106 tt.
Andrew's street,
Severely  Scored   by
William Treloar.
Sir
Two Nights, Commencing Thursday, October 6th
Matinees Daily.    The Original
School Suppli
1 ��� a  York, Oi
-"London':
reat-
VVANTED���TWO GOOE    LIFE    AND
: leni insurance solicitors.   Good
i ffer to men who can sl iw   esults.
Apply   Manager  L:fe  Insurance   De-
partment F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, SITU-
ation as clerk in stoie. Address L.
S., Daily News.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township'
S, i rairie land.   P.-i.e $125 per acre;
one thin!    casli,    balance    une    and      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
two years. (204-A.)   the    principal    American    cities    to
the   various   municipalities   to
est beggar" is about to make a tour of
THIRTY ACRES In section 35. block
."> north, range l west, twenty acies
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price 5270 per acre.
Terms     over     eighteen      mon hs
(175-A.)
WANTED ��� SMART YOUTH TO
take charge of circulation. Apj ly in
own handwriting to Manager Daily
News.  p. o.  Box 29.
WANTED���THREE     WAITERS    ORI
waitresses.   Apply Royal Oak rooming house. 654 Columbia street
FIFTY acres In section 32, b'ock 5
north, range 2 west, N. W. D.; ab
solutely the best subdividing pro-
position in Port Mann district today. Why ? The terms aie one-
tin li rash, and tiie balance over
TEN YEARS, with interest at 6 pel
cent. (221-A.)
WANTED���A YOUNG WOMAN
once; good wages to the right
son.    Appiy  Royal  City  dye
AT
per-
wo; ks.
WANTED���SITUATION BY STEADY
Young man in office or sto.e. Reply-
to R. P., News office.
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
girl   for   general   housework.    Good
v. iges to the right girl.    Apply-
Second  street.
320
RANCH,
1M-
WANTED ��� SMALL n.v^w,, .... ,
proved, with buildings. In the vie- [
inity of New Westminster. Fu.l
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
ENGLISH WOMAN (WIDOW)
seeks    work    by    day.    Apply 1026
Cornwall street.
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block ." north, range 2 west. N.W.D.,
on new Vale road. $1100 per acre;
121100 cash, balance six. twelve ar.d
ei. hteeu months at 7 per cent, in
terest. (222-A.)
SURREY
10 ACRES in northwest qunrter of
section 19, township :'. $200 per
acre: one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent, in
terest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8, on Newton road. $150 per acre
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
WANTED���LOAN OF $2500 ON IM-
proved city property before October
1.   Write Box O. K.. News office.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes ironers and
two shirt polishers; two dollars per
day and fare. Electric Lace & Silk
laundry,  Vancouver.
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley dis
tricts. cleared and in a high state
of cultivation; tram line running
through the property; good roads
on all sides. Pi ice $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
arouse  the   vario
thi   necessitj   of t aring   for   ci ip] le I
chil Iron.
This famous pers nage is Sir Will-
lam Purdie Treloar, Bart., former lord
mayor of London an 1 one of England's greatest philanthropists. He
was given the above appellation by
the people of London after he had
succeeded in talking the English public out of $359,000 in order to erect a
hospital for the care of poverty-stricken crippled children nf the great city.
Sir William is at present in Ne.v
York, and is painfully surprised that
America has made such slow progress
in treating and caring for tuberculins cripples. He came here with the
intention of getting information in regard to this work, but he finds that
he will lmve to turn teacher.
"Knowing  this  to  be  a  country of
great achievements,"  lie said to day.
"I fully expected to find a great hos-
I Ital for the treatment of young children   suffering   from   tuberculosis   of
the hone, and hoped to pick up some
knowledge which  would  be useful to
me  in  the   management  of  my  Crip- j
pies'  Homes at  Alton  in   Hampshire.
but I am astonished to find that with
iie  exiteption of  a  small   place  with .
forty-five    beds,  known   as   the    Sea!
Breeze   Home,  at   Coney   Island,  this;
^reat work, which  is of national Importance, is entirely negelected.
"Following the example of Mr.
Roosevelt in his celebrated Guildhall
speech. I venture, as one who has devote 1 years to the cause of cripples in
England, to offer you a word of advice, and  I say with  all  the earnest-
^
Pictures of Fight taken at Reno, New, July 4, 1910
PRICES: $1.00, 75c and50c.
Seats on Sale at McKenzie's Pharmacy, Wednesday
at 10 o'clock.
Ksi
AXD [EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  A T 	
MOREY'!
I 665���Columbia  Street���661
New Westminster, B. C.
Mi������n|
L
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water
Manufactured   bv
\l
���"WANTED���TEN  GIRLS  AT    ONCE;
apply  Royal City steam laundry.
WANTKD���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR!
a few hours daily, by English lady, j
Apply  Mrs.  Wlxey,    il-0    Columbia!
Through our branch    office    at    Kamloops we have received some of the ,    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call j ness I can command, 'Wake up, Amer-
and qet particulars.
FOR   SALE
CLUTE PROPERTY
Having a tender for the moving of the    residence    of 24    rooms,
modern, we are prepared to sell two lots with the house placed
them for .3425,   Terms. .72." c; sh, balance over two ye.'-s. This mu I
he sold at once, as we are going to open up Btreets
P. PEEBLES
Phone  307.
\  J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Officer p.
620 Co'umbia  Street.
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street.
| THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook. Gen. Manager.
Head  Office 451   Columbia  St.
New Westminster, B. C.
leal
Sir
William
Branch Office
Kamloops, B.C.
W ANTED- HOUS B K E E PING I,
rooms for  married    couple.    Apply
Box A.A., this office.
PORT MANN
WANTED���A  GIRL  FOR   GENERAL j
housework  and   plain   cooking.   Ap-, LARGE   LOTS   (66x132)   on   Johnson
ply  125   Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
FUR    SALK���FIVE    ROOMED   COT-
tage, medern. paneled dining room,
full    plumbing.      Appi.
Eighth avenue.
at   1104
FOR    SALE ��� SUBURBAN     HOME
comprising six vr seven acres right
on the interurban car line between
Central Park and Westminster.
Good nine roomed bungalow, excellent water, and windmill, large
sheds. The land, is all cleared and
there are a quantity of fruits of
bearing ase. This Is one of the
most convenient along the line and
we can recommend it. Price $111,500;
$4500 easti, balance on terms. E. N.
Sutherland. Merchants bank building, New Westminster.
FUR SALE ��� NEW LAUNCH, 35
feet. IS h.p. Fairbanks Morse galo-
line engine. Will sell or trade for
shingle bolts or cedar logs. Apply
The People's Trust Co.. Ltd., 451
Columbia street. New Westminster.
B. C.
FOK SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared. $700 per acre for
this month $1500 ca3h. Murakami.
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOR   SALE���CASH    REGISTER,    18
inches wide, double key board, first
class condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Reid. Columbia street, next to
tram office.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE
nearly new. electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, 'ash $300
balance $20 per month. Box VV. S.,
11 illy  Nf-.v 3
Fl  '.   S VLE  OR   RENT   BY  OWNER
evei -   on Fourth
\: 11-.  on premises for i
512 F        t street, N'ew
Westminster. B. C.
road;  $200 each;  $10.60 cash, $10.00
per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank  Building.
JOSEPH TRWERS
Real Estate, Auctioneer, Valuator,
Loans and  Insurance.
Walker Block, Columbia St.
Phones'   Office   703,   Residence   L611.
HOUSES FOR SALE.
SIX    roomed    bungalow,    new;    price
$2800; $400 cash, balance $100 every
three months.
I
SIX roomed
$2300;  $60
cottage   and   good    1st;
cash, balance arransed.
'NEW seven roomed bungalow, furnished, cement basement; price
$2800; $4"" cash, balance $20 per
month.
NEW  eight  roomed    modern
price $3500; very easy terms.
NEW seven roomed house ind four
lots on two streets; price $3500;
goo 1 terms.
^JOSEPlirTRAYERS^^
Res'  Estate, Auctioneer, Valuator,
Loans and  Insurance.
Walker Block, C   lumbia St.
Phones:   Office  703.   Residence   L611.
LAND   ACT.
Dis-
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���MODERN HOUSE, PART-
ted. Address  Lad ��� -   li
Citv.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO  RENT���A  LARGE  FRONT  BEU-
e I. Applj a n   -.. i
���    ���    Vii to la    street,    near    Dally
' -������.vs.
TO    RENT���LARGE    WELL    FURN-
".1 front bedro e   for
��� ���     gentlemen.    Apply  Box  J.  S.
11 illy News.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
r.er A. ne- an 1 Seventh streets.
FURNISHED HED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply  Tl I  Trew street.
Hut i\t Tij KENT ���A < ��� ��� ��� ��� furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 Sth St.
TO RENT ��� NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business MCttOS. Apply. Ui Tenth
���treat. .    .   i
>   mm   I faJ       m   mim..mm   V*-.m I
N'ew Westminster Land District,
trict   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice   Ca*  John    Fetdinand-
Baggs  of Nelson   Island,   occupation
er, Intends  to apply for permission to  purchase the    following    de-
���
mencing     it    a    j oat    planted
I   one    ���   Ie ni      easl    from ti.e
ead js bay, and abort     10
���    .     .       from    the    south) isl
er  lot    number    37341,
; ��� : -.  thence  ea3t j
��� -   ���  "iice    south    40 chains..
nee  wesl   ;    cl    as to point    of
��� -   e   ent, coi taining  160 acres
-
JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1910.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   DAILY  NEWS
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
a pioneer in this
[great work, and is known throughout
England as "The Cripples' Friend."
The monument to his efforts is the
Cripples' Homes and College situated
at Alton, in Hampshire, wllich were
inaugurated two years ago, during his
term of office as lord mayor of London. ,
In the course of that one year he
succeeded, with the invaluable co-operation of Queen Alexandra, in raising the magnificent sum of $:i50.uiio
for the establishment and endowment
of the homes which occupy nn estate
of seventy acres. This estate, together with the bnildinus upon it,
which had previously been known as
the Princess Louise Military hospital,
for the treatment of soldiers Invalided
home from 'the South African war.
was conveyed to Sir William by an act
of parliament in 1907.
Standing on the slope of a very picturesque hill facing the English channel, the homes and college, which af-
j ford   accommodation    for    about    200
(children,  have  in   their  rear  a  wood
j nearly four miles in extent.
Five acres of the wood are within
the boundaries of the estate and this
part is now known as Queen Alexandra Wood. Here there has been erected an open air school built on tlie
lines of the Forest school at Char-
lotteburg. near Berlin, where the
children receive in summer such education as their physical condition permits.
During the two years the homes
��� j have been open between 200 and :>oo
house", j children,    most    of    them    crippled
i through    tubercular    disease   of   the
bone, have been discharged as cured
or permanently benefited.
Attached to the homes is a resi lent
medical staff of highly qualified surgeons.  In  addition   to   which  there  is
an    honorary    medical   board,   which
comprises eighteen surgeons of great
j experience   in   connection    with    the
[treatment  of  crippled  children.    The
nursing  staff,   under  the  care  of the
: matron,   consists   of   six    sisters   and
about forty nurses.
The aid of the college attached to
i the homes i8 to give such technical
Instruction   to  crippled    hoys  of  four-
���reen ye irs and upwards as will enable
them to earn their own  living.    The
��� '    r trade i taught at present   a e
le ��� er I ag making, ft-ted case making, ' >at repairing and carpentering.
The   college   also   aims    to    te
- ��� i . I] ded boys nor to whine ovei
���' ������ : i . :  il   l ifli lencies, bul  to fa e
ittle of life with confidence and
i e
��� ���: ,. | on i ���  ������
iboul $60,000 a y< ar, for
Sir William Trelor appi
��� be i i ai1:  ble public   with   complete
succe
' .:.  connection   wfth  that   appe il "
- r -  Sir  v.'i!:i Lm,  "I  urn  anxious  I i
press    my    -inc.-re    gratitude    to
Queen Alexandra, who has founded a
League of Children, who are willing
to heln tlie cause of children who are
- iffi Ing. E.ich member Is entitled
to wear a badge deslgne 1 by the
queen.
"This   league   has   already   attained
very   considerable   dimensions.      We
have now  upwards of  ���i'.i,'l>  members.
The   rules   of   the    league    are    very
The children are pledged to
Chinese Fancy Goods
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1 SING ON & CO.
��� 859 COLUMBIA ST.
Importers of Chinese and
Japanese fancy goods, chairs and
curios.
Makers of ladies' dresses,
shirt waists and,children's garments.
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SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September IS, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, ercept Sunday, at 2 p.m.. for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
t/�� J *?? Returning **�� New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning wiil leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 am.
This schedule subject to change without notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
THE
BankofToron.o
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many Pepplfi who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now he ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Tor nto
offers to all such pe pie
the facilities of their
laage and strong barking organization.
Interest is  paid  on   Savings
Balances half-yearly,
"''���siness   Accounts    openr.
os favorable  terms.
.'INCORPORATED 1855
""ASSETS! $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTE...   B.   C,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominior
Canadian Service
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8:00 and every half hour then after until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50. 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
ami every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return   Fare:   Adults.   60c;   children   under   12,   35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars lea-p Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. m. and every  half hour th. reafter until  11  p.  ni.
Cars lease Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. ui., 'j a. rn. and
every half hour thereaftei  until 11:30  p.   tn.
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   I eturn  fare. ."Oc;  children. 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight >ars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. tn., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for  Westminster at  9::0, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY    AND   SAPDERTON    LINE.
City  Limits  Line���20-mlnute se -   e from 6 40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday  Service   20-minute service from B a.m. to ll 20 p.m.
Sapperton   Llm 2n-niinuie  serWce from >; in a.m. to ii:3op,m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service trom 8:10 a.m. to L1:3Q p.m.
B.c. electric railway co. j:Central Meat M
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Qutbec���Liverpool.
Megantic       Oct. I!
i.New. twin screw,  14,878 '  M
Dominion    ...      Oct.
Laurentic    Oct.
i.New, triple screw. 14,892 ' mi
Canada          Nov
Megantic    Nov. '���
Dominion           No".
The   Laurentic  and     Meg tl
new White Star steamers    tli ���     -
and     must     modern     from    CanadlH
ports.
For  rates, '..erth  reservatlc
,' ! apply  to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W.   F.  BUTCHER,  Agent G. N. fj
T.  H. LARKE. N.  P. C.  P. A.,
018 Secon 1 Avenue, Seatl ���
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***< ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Vour  Chickens   Lay.
HMD-
Apply simple.
��� trfltt-
TO     RENT  ���  FURNISHED
rooms.    7o:j  Third   avenue.
after 8 p. rn. or hetween it a. m. and  interest  themselves  In   the  cause
5 p.  m. at  Room  14. 1123 Columhla  poor crippled children  and collect or
subscribe    the    sum    of    one    guina
1 f" 26 l  . early.
"The children who have Joined the
league reside ln all parts of the Brit-
LOST���LADY'S UMBRELLA, PROB- ish p!"I'he. as well as ln the Argen-
at.lv taken by mistake from Pythian "n" Republic, Asia Minor, Belgium,
roller rink on Saturday evening. If China, Chile, Egypt, France, Ger-
returned to roller rink further trou-! ">"">'��� Itlll>'- Morocco. Portugal. Ruble Will be avoided -Ml- S*'^""- Switzerland and the
_ United Sutea.
LOST.
IF YOU WANT A
NERVE TONIC
Try ASAYA NEURAL
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $1.50
RyaWsJDrug Store
EYES TESTED BY OPTiv. .ANb
***** ******************)***,f,**t(
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St. and   Fifth  Ave'""
PHONE   370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone  695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victor!*
Street.
Try a "WANT" ad ln  The N��**|
It will bring results. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THBBE.
Bank of Montreal
Established isn.
ine Sale
.1
New Buggies and Democrats al cost,
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00       ,
RESERVE       11,000,000.00'    Nuw Buggies and Democrats al cost
bulll by Baynes. Come and see before
Branches throughout    Canada    and
Newfoundland,  aim   In   London,   Eng- j purchasing elsewhere.
land, New York, Chicago ami Spokane, I
U.S.A., and  Mexico  City.    A  gen , .
banking    business    transacted.    Let-; Jt**L*~-A:'-j/ \.       iJ?A   JL-��<w��.!i'L.
ters of Credit issii..i.   available   with! _., .       .���..__.
correspondents in    all    parts of    the
BELIEVED DEAD,
MAY BE ALIVE
iilALEX SPECK
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
aud Interest allowel -'t 11 per cent, per
annum   (present  rate).
Total  Assus  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
741 Front Street.
Sec  Sign, "Man on  Wheel."
Insurance Case Now in the
Courts Involves Policy For
Twenty-Five Thousand.
"To The
General PuMic"
TAKE   NOTICE.
Westminster
I   have  the   Ik si   potatoes   grown   in
****** ��:���.mm   at * ^_    i';. ('- ut cheaper rates per Back, or by
I rOrBST^r   V^O�� the ton, delivered anywhere    in    the
. [city limits of New  Westminster free]
fcfflce 'Phone in.     Barn 'Pbone 187 j^Xction guaranteed.    Give your
Columbia Btreet. order now and gel delivery Bame day.
Baggage   delivered    promptly
any part or the clt.
Don't  lor. et  the address.
���u.    pari,  ui  uie  ujij. mm        ^*s a**\ a*\. H T
Light and Heavy Hauling!    HA II   COOK
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
:The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer.
527 Front St.. New Westminster.
Phone 550.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.Ivate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagions medical
cases accepted. Terms from
115 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 7135.
fNGLISli WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes for Ladles from I12./5
���P.
Silver Watches,   gents'   open face
16.00.
Sliver Watches, gents' opi>n case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Walthara and Kigin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
Z\i*  to 25  11.  P.
2 and 4  Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
V J
Port Mann
Ten acres in section 21, range
2, at $1000; one-quarter cash.
Twenty acres in seclon L'u,
range 2. at $1000; one-quarter
cash.
For subdivision, there are
moneymakers.
City Property
First class lots on Seventh
avenue, single or double, well
situated, 66x132. This is a good
buy.
Good building lots on Eighth
avenue, near Second street. Kn-
(|uire about this; there is money
to be made.
Houses
We have a number of choice
houses for sale from ?1,'UU, for
S'J.'ii cash, balance easy, to $12,-
(100.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
St. 1. lUis, Oct, .".���The case of Mrs.
Edna Klmmel Bonslett vs. the New
York Life insurance company, which
has occupied de attention of the
courts ior ten years and has come ������>
be known as the strangest Insurance
'���ase on record, was called lor trial today in the United Slates Circuit
court, The case Involved an insurance policy of $25,000 which George
KImmell, ;it ore time a well-known
resident ol' Miles, .Mich., and later
cashier of a bank in Arkansas Citj
Kan., carried with the Xew Vork company.
In is:.!-., shortly after taking out
the in:- irance policy in favor of liis
Bister, .Mrs. Edna K. Bonslett, Klmmel disappeared from Arkansas City.
Detectives followed hlm to Kansas
City, but no further trace of hi:n was
found until 1908, when Andrew ,1.
White, an inmate of a New York asylum foi- the criminal Insane, declared
himself Klmmel. This man was later pronounced sane and transferred
from the Matteawan asylum to the;
State prison at. Auburn.
The convict   made a deposition con-1
slstlng of over Tim typewritten pages,
throughout   which   lie   endeavored   to
identify himself as  Klmmel.    His explanation  of  his   disappearance   was j
that a relative was implicated in the !
embezzlement of $100,000 from the Pacific  Express  company,  and   that  he
had damaging  evidence against  him.
He declared  the relative and   others
caused him to be drugged and kept aj
prisoner ln St. Louis.   When he made
liis escape he met his relative on the |
street, was knocked senseless by him,]
CHINA LETS IMMENSE |
CONTRACTS TO SCHWAB
Pittsburg, Oct. 5.���In an InterviewI
during a flve minute stop ot a New
York-St. Louis train lasi night, Lee
Son e, chief secretary for Prince Tsai '
Hs in. of China, is credited by The
Gazette-Times today with ihe an-
nsuncemenl that a contract for two
ci inese battleshli s to cosi $15,000,000
has i ecu awarded to Charles M. Schwab, head of the Bethlehem, I'm. sti i i
coi; oration, The pi ine:- ami his party
I ��� eled through Ik re during I he
nlghl on Mr. Schwab's bi e hi train,
but as Mr. Schwab \\:is not aboar.l
and the prince war asleep, the state
menl of his secretary could noi be
confirmed. The prince sails from
San Francisco o< tober G for China.
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Eat and Se Merry
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Stop starving yourself���slop suffering the pangs cf indigestion���stop
worrying shout what ycu dare and dare not eat.
Eat hearty meals of wholesome food, take
Jl!
tfSP
and y-u'll feci like a new person. Sour stomach���heartburn-
occasional indigestion--chronic dyspepsia ��� all yield quickly to
NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food
restores ycur strength, your stomach regains its tone, and soon
requires no further aid.
50c. a box.    If ycur druggist has net stocked them yet send
50c. and we will mail them. 3
NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA LIMITED. MONTREAL.
f,.,^*^r,v.r*a***~..~--ii.:v; _��.'������"
The Smart Styles for Fall Weai
both in Soft and Stiff Hats are
to be found in our
John B. Stetson
A. L Mallory
HATS
���md when he recovered found himself
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    Insurance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Cc
in a hospital. He left St. Louis ln
1899, going to Philadelphia and later
to New Y'ork. where he soon got into
trouble and was sent to prison.
Mrs.   Bonslett   brought   suit   to   re-1
cover thc insurance on her brother's1
life.     The  St.   Louis  courts   declared ;
him  dead, but   the  l'nited  States  Clr-i
cult court of appeals declared the evidence Insufficient   and  the judgment
against  the Insurance   company   was
reversed.     Since   the   first    trial   tho1,
convict  White was unearthed and tlie j
Insurance  company   is  now   resi. tin. .
paymenl on the .round that  fie is thej
real Klmmel.    A number of Michigan
and  Kansas  people  who had   known
Klmmel   Intimately   were   taken    to
Matteawan   to   see   the   convict,   and
while   so-!.'   were   convinced   that   he
was the missing  man, others. Including Kimmel's  mother, and sister, de-
lare thnt the convict is an Imposter.
If it is a question of quality, of value for the money, then one of these
Hats is the logical purchase. If style, fit, appearance, workmanship and finish
cmnt with you, then your new Hat will surely be a Stetson or Mallorj's
Waterproof Hat, and Rerr ember every hat is fully guaranteed.
Prices $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00
We are agents for the Kenmore Celebrated English Hat.    $3, $3.50 and $4
EVERY $10 PURCHASE AT OUR STORE DURING FAIR WEEK IS GOOD FOR  A TICKET   TQ   THE
EXHIBITION GROUNDS.
REID   &   COMPANY
L601 Columbia St. Store of Satisfaction I
Bggm'rowf ssa___��__SaTS!ssxaa_^m*^^
.^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
���B ������������B
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
~     | s. s. paystreak]
, Leaves  Hrack^ian-Ker Milling Coin-1
ni()[ pany'a wharf, New Westminster, with !
passen.eis and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. in.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room 6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  681
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER B. C
Train  Service New |
Westminster
Departures. i
6:45���To Seattle.  Port  Moody,  Bar-]"
nett and Vancouver.
x:uo���To Vancouver.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds  of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and  Sixth  Pt.  New
Westminster B. C, Phone 364.
JOHN   DOBSON,  Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTIMC.
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
*i: 15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancou-;
ver aud local points.
ir.:nr>���To St. Paul. Kootenay points,
and Sumas.
16:45���To    Vancouver      and    local
points, Agassi/, and local points
Id::!.'.���To Montreal and    Okanagan
points.
HO: 50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
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7:43���From    Montreal,    Vancouver, j i
Port   Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul,    Okanagan,'
Kootenay and Sumas. ' .1
10: IS���From     Agassiz,     Vancouver , Ji
and local points.
16:16���From Vancouver.
18:45���From     Vancouver,     Seattle
md local points. ��t
20:40���From Vancouver. sj
22:02���From Montreal    and    Nicola   r,
points.      . ' |i
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
H. C.  B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.  P.  A., Van
couver.
PROVINCIAL
HIBITI
Queens   Park,    New  Westminster,   B. C.
Under the Auspices of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
OCT. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8,1910.
$50,000
IN   PRIZES   AND
ATTRACTIONS
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3.500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18Va   Knots
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Mondays and Fridays at 11:30
p.m. for Prince Rupert.
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Wednesday and Saturdays at
2;(i(i p.ni. for Victoria and  Seattle.
SS. "Prince Albert" eaves Prince Rupert 6:00 p.m. Sundays and
Wednesdays for Stewart; 10:00p.m. Mondays for Masset, and 10:00
p.m. Thursdays tor Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Lockport, Jedway
and Ikeda.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago. Detroit, London, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, New York, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, etc. Longest douoie track railway
under one management  on  the American  continent.
For  i..tea   time tables,  booklets and full information, passenger or
freight, apply to
H. G. SMITH. **���* V. DPUCE.
City Passenger and Ticket A_enf. Comn erc.ial   A. ent.
Telephone 7100.     527 Granville Steer, Vancouver.       Telephone 3060.
GENERAL AGENCY. TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
_ CANADIAN PACIFIC
���F B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a. m    Dally
1:00 p.m   Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
KiiflO a.m    Dally
11:00 p.m  ....  Dally except Saturday
11:30 p. m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Dally
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. m    Mondays
8'';0 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m    Kvery Saturday
TO  PRINCE  RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every Thursday  and Sat.
TO STEWART (Portland Canal).
11:00 p. m    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver  leaves New  Westminster 8 a. m. Monday. Wednesday and
Fridays;  leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday.   Thursday   and   Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOL'LET,
Agent. New Westminster.
C.   B.  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A. Vancouver.
Official Opening, by Hen. Fichard McBride,  Premier
of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tussday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches.
Wednesday���Scottish Sports and Scottish Concert.
Thursday���Vancouver Day-American Day.
Friday���Children's Day.
Saturday���Exhibition will continue until 10:30 p. m.
the
re-
Wagner's Band, of Seattle, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This was
official band at the Alaska-Yukon Exposition in ii)09, and has a world-wide
putation.
Summerland Band. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Vancouver Musicians' Band, Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday
evening.
Vancouver Pipers' Band, Wednesday.
Al. G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMSHIP LINES
W. H. Keary,
Manager and Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE KING
T. J. Trapp,
President "���M:y
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THE DAILV  NEV/S.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER
6, 19n
The Dally News
Published by Tup Dally News Publlsn
���tn..  Company, Limited, at their offlces
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
_, A.  Paige Managing   Director
KMseaxi; ���rr________
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LEES LIMITED
THURSDAY. OCT03ER 6. 1913.
UNIVERSITY   DESIGNS.
Xow  thai   the site for lhe Provin-I
��� cial university is practically   deci.led I
upon  the question as to the   character and  style  of the buildings arises. I
It. i.s very  Important that  the oppor-'
(unity which is afforded for erecting,
ii set  of  buildings  that  shall  be dis-;
tlnctlve and characteristic, yet beau-1
tifv.i. should he utilized to the fullest!
extent   Considering the nature of the |
ground upon which tiie university will
be located, the picturesque beauty off
the    surrounding   country and   grandeur and glory of the influence of the !
sea which laves the rugged shore of]
Point Grey,  it   should  he  possible  to ���
create   an   architectural   effect    that
���would be a feature of magnificence on j
our coast.
The   task   of   designing  a   suitable;
group of buildings which, while harmonizing with  the broad and rugged !
aspect  of nature:   an  aspect that soi
i
often varies in its tone and strength
under the influence of sun and cloud
and   atmosphere,  shall   at   the   same
time stand out in  the  foreground with
54 distinctness that is its own, is in no
way easy.   Only an architect in whom
is   blended   the  strength  and  experi-
ence and the quality of soul necessary]
io   appreciate    tlie    natural    circum- j
stances of the mise en scene can be l
expected to deal satisfactory with a I
task like this.
A man who approaches bis subject
in the right spirit may be able to
���strike an architectural note that will
be observable as possessing an originality of character more purely Canadian than anything which has yet
been attained. Kven, however, if lie
fails to do tbis he may give us a cluster   of   buildings   that   shall   be
We Furnish Your
Home   Corn /. te
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-713 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
SHHBBnfliBBEBmpnVfl
During  Exhibition  Week This Store Will Be Open Every Day from 3 a.m. tto 6 p.m.    Saturday   8
10 p.TI. 'm' ,0
Dairy and Poultry Farm
In MISSION TOWNSITE
Nearly 15 acres are in cultivation, good house
and necessary buildings and stock, well fenced and
cleared.   $10,000, easy terms.
Apply S. S.      P. O. Box 29
Fire Insurance.
Life  Insurance.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME SITE
Corner lot, 132 feet on Second. We
offer for sale for a few days a cosy
cottage situated on corner lot, having
132 feet frontage on Second street.
The most magnificent view in the
east end.   Price $4(100.
Kellington Bros,
Northern Crown Bank Building
Phone 680 Columbia St.
e Strikin
Values in
Bedding
Fill all your needs now. here arc Bome "extra sne-i
bargains for careful Bhoppers,   If you have a single     ���
.    of any description in blankets, Bheets, bedspreads,
j    get our prices before you complete you,- purchas
jyWW]    ha*e a heavy stock on hand-all boughl al good .a! ,
gjf|  !    il"-1 by careful buying  and  economical  selling,  w,
save you dollars.
Two Blanket Specials
Twenty pairs only, white wool blankets, she 60x80, extra fleecy;   well  combed   free  fmm  n , ���.
burs.   Just a case lot we happened to pick up at a snap.    While they last, per pair  ....
Extra Large Size For $5.00 Per Pair
Another big snap���a repeat from last season.   Urge family blanfeef    extra   heavy   wei_hf
linish.    Warranted to wash   well;  odorless;  extra width, 72xM.    For this week only, per pair      ..'   $5.S
A Bargain in Sheets
And the price of cotton still going up. but
we want y ju to take a pair or two of these. We
are not losing money on them, only selling them
a little cheaper than any of the other stores. See
the quality���they are full size, too, of good
quality sheeting, and the price, per pair    ..$1.50
Snap in Bedspreads
Genuine Grecian  bedspreads,  white only     ���,
various designs, unhemmed.   This spread "is ex
tra soft, contains no dressing    whatever,    |,
good   reliable   washing  cover,    and    without   a
single fringe   Only B limited Quantity.   Oi sale
all the week.   Regular $1.7.1, for      %��� m
Accident Insurance.
Automobilel   Insurance.
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JlGLOVE SEASON HERE I
there   is   here   the   opportunity
achieving   greatness   in   the   conception  of a  design  for our  university.
For this reason it is necessary tbat
the fullest  encouragement should  be I ��
extended   to   Canadian   architects   to   2
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give of their best for this great work.1
The government can and should deal
handsomely with craftsmen in undertaking this work. Kvery opportunity
���for competition should be afforded,
ample time given for the preparation
of jlans and designs, and a substan- ���
.tial reward offered for the best work,  x
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All styles of gloves for this season. The
Soft Suede in pearl and grey that give a
perfect fit. Fownes', Perrins' and Dents'
$1.50 to $2.25 per pair.
We have lined gloves, silk or wool, all sizes
$1.25 to 3.50 per pair.
(J. Eugene Brown & Co. j
Home of Quality
618 Columbia St.
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REVOLUTION   IN   PORTUGAL.
The news that comes from London
to  the effect  that  Lisbon   has   been
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
Ite lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, lfi, 1
and 18, block 42 of section 3, block 3,
MAYORALTY   CANDIDATE
MAKES   RUN    FROM   JAIL
Newark,  N. .1., Oct.  5.���William   J.
���^.,���   .      .     .   .       . ���   ���   .North range ., west in the district of Sch ner, a candidate for mayor of the
suddenly   bombarded   and   practically New Westminster ' . ���-.�� i    j   xr   t    ��� ^
'    ,:..,,.,,,.  I .   .   u    ��� �� town of \ inland, N. J., ls conducting
WHEREAS proof of the loss of cer-1   , ,       m .   ,,   ,    ,
tlflcate of title number 3379F, Issued,his  campaign   from   behind  the  bars
in the name of Sarah Mlchie has been,of the local jail.    He was ordered on
captured and that King Manuel is a
prisoner in the hands of the revolutionaries, is certainly serious
j:n occurrence was perhaps scarcely
< xpected, though it has been generally known that a strong feeling of dis*
affection has spread through the country and thai the king was fast losing
tbe good opinion he ha! once enjoyed.    The   mosl   serious  pari   of  the
Such | IllPfl 'n this offlce.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY
I sliall, at the expiration of one montli
unless in the meantime  valid objec
tlon be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
^^   Land Keui.slrv Ollice. New West min
news which has bo far come through j ster, B. ('.. September 27. L910.
Is thai the army and navy arc   mak-'
ing  common  cause  with  the   revolutionaries.   There can, of course, only
be one outcome to this, the i. tablls ���
menl of a military dictatorship,
Thursday to pay a fine of $1 for be-
Ol\ EN that [jjg disorderly, or go to prison for ten
f one month i , ,, ,,**..,
from the date of the first publication da-vs- "e bas deolded tha�� he wou,d
hereof, in a dally newspaper publish- go to jail, llis alleged disorderly coned in the city of New Westminster, Is-1 duct occurred while he was discussing
sue a duplicate of the said certificate, jgoal politics.
On   the   front   door   ol   his    closed
12 Yards For $1.00
And buy any quantity you wish, we do not limit you to a few yards. White flannelette, ?,<i Inchei
wide (note the width). We got it reasonable so offer you the benefit this week. Twelve yard!
for   '. .' '$1.03
Samples Again
We cleared another lot of Turkish towel samples from one Of the   travellers     On   unit.
once we get tbem on the table they do nol remain there long,   c me earlv for 'these     V    ���,
15c to $1.50 per pair.   Every pair a bargain. ' tv    A"  '"
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they   go��� I
rices  fi   ���:    I
���"���V>. a rest room has been provided f( r the convenience of visitors.    We we come you
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
If so, you will want the very best
that can be offered for your money.
and lt does not matter what class of
cabin is desired.
THE ROYAL LINE
will fill your wants. First, Second and
Third Cabin accommodation Is unexcelled whilst the Dining Service leaves
nothing to be desired.
The Next Sailings are
Royal George Sept. 29
Royal Edward  Oct. 13
Royal  George   Oct. 27
Royal  Edward   Nov. 10
E .Goulet, agent C. P. R., will book
your passage via these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton, general agent.
Scott block, Winnipeg, Man.
place of business Scbiner has posted
tlie following:
"Because of political spite, my shop
\ li! not be oi cn until October 8; I
positively refuse to pay for gasoline
UBfid by city officials In their automobiles. Righl always will prevail. Il
you want a clean atmo. phere and jus
lice to prevail In Vlnland, vot. for
me."
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All   rubbish   and   garbage  must   be
removed   to   the   foot   of   sixteenth!
street and Fifth avenue, where it will I
be burned by thc corporation, ;
Any person  or  persons   who  dump'
garbage  or  rubbish   of  any   kind  on j
any other street or a\ct  or on any |
lane,  vacant   lot  or  public  property
will   be   prosecuted   under   the   pro-'
visions or the Sanitary V.yiaw.
By Order, . . .I.  PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector I
City Hall, June 13. 1910,
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STORE, BANK Cf TTIMr C
AND   OFFICE Nl ll_N(j��)
SHOWCASES
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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WATCH    REPAIRS J
Vou>,|c!';1el.  '. o 7*& "* y,,";K ls '"" �����*������� >���"" Proper satisfaction. }
run accurate*..   ~ ''"'"''"' H"""' '""��� w " '" p��nnln*' wl" "'" '
dil   the  repairs	
Bdentious in his work, or
The reason for dissatisfaction Is that  the man who j
s eii ner incapable or doing good work or Is not con- ��
the faults mentioned.      ' '" '''" probftbillty< be ls *"����'��' "ith both of }
We have bean fortunate in seourlng the services of a first c\w \
,,,���, _,,���    '���,','' ,,a...ta?en ,h''1--" "' our watch repair work.   A man }
l wi , r;:   ,r,:M'ln regard to th�� ��ondiuon of your ��..-n,
and win repair it properly, and, as a consequence, it will   nol   i
iccurate time, J
Agents for   Howard.  Bill  ,ind  Lonnine Watches. J
watch ti.-ii1)
run, but keoi
Chemberlin's
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GOOD BUYS
CITY
ES
twelfth street, new residence,
seven rooms, and large concrete
basement, bath, etc.; lot 44x110;
lane in rear; good position on <a>-
line and commanding tin,1 view..
Price $3600, easy terms.
No. 137.���New .ivroom bouse on
Tenth stieet, close to the business
(lls'rict; full loi wiih lane ln rear.
$860 cash will handlp tills snap and
the balance can be arranged to stilt
purchaser.
ROYAL AVENUE. near Seventh
street, large modern house, recenry
renovated throughout, Price $4000;
$1500 cash.
LONDON STREET, close to'Twelfth
street, largo lot, cement sidewalks.
Rrice' $<15();- $200 oash,
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
No, 133.���,\'ew se\cn room house on
Henley street, near Orphanage,
(soon to be paved). $27.10; one-
third cash, balance to arrange.
No. 132.���|.'|no   residential    lot,   wilh
small house,    close    In,    on    future
business  street;   Hie  best     specula
tive buy in uie clly.   $2600;   one-
third Bash, balance easy payments.
No. ni.���a fun siv.ecJ lot cleared and
in trull on Regina street, with com
lortahle    house;     sewer    on    this
street; im- $1800.   Small cash   payment will handle thai.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SCOTTISH SPORTS ARE 'HAS SEEN MANY FAIRS; phovinlial florists
MARRED BY ACCIDENTS THUS THIS ONE BEST   i!01JI mm MEETIN01 FRESH
One Man Breaks His Ankle,
Another Slightly Injured-
Events Closely Contested
The star a Uracil en at the exhibition
yeslerday war., of course, the Scottish
sports, which attracted a great deal
of attention and every event in which
was well contested. During the course
���of the games, the pipers, competing
for tbe different championships, provided music lrom the platform in the
���centie of the held.
Two Accidents.
A couple of accidents occurred in
tbe course of the Scottish games. The
most serious was that which happened to McKcn/.ie. ot tiie V. A. ('., Vancouver, who broke his ankle while
attempting the pole vault. llo was
taken to the hospital in tbe ambulance
At the time theie were three men
jumping at ten feet and the three
drew lots for tbe prizes. Gillis got
first, Ferguson second and McKenzie
third. Th
McConnell
Judge of Poultry Exhibit
Compares This Exhibition
With Washington Shows.
Officers   of   Nurseryrren's   Association
Are   Elected���Floral   Display  at
Fair Pleases Visitors.
Harry 11. Collier, the Washington
poultry judge lrom Tacoma, called at
the Xews ollice last night, to cay what
he thought of the fair. Mr. Collier
was the judge of the poultry department during the years of 1898, 1899,
1900 and 1901. Speaking of the fair
Mr. Collier said:
"1 have visited tlie hest. lairs In
Washington. Oregon and Idaho during
the circuit this fall, but I must say
thai your fair is about the best 1 liave
seen. -Ten years makhs many changes
In the life of an exhibition, but I must
say that, your fair has grown beyond
my imagination. At the last fair I
attended here Mr. Trapp was president und W. II. Keary secretary, iind
judging from the size of the fair this
fall the people of the province know
when they have good men in charge
and they know how to keep them.
"One thing that impresses me is tbe
sentiment connected    with    your fair.
other accident   was when i The  interest shown  by  the  different
of  Vancouver, hurt    him- sections In the district exhibits is a
self attempting tbe high Jump. He
was not seriously injured and was
able to appear on the tield towards
the last of the sports.
The most famous athlete at the
meet was J, ll. Gillis, the Vancouver
policeman, all round champion of Canada, but he did not exert himself and
was content with a couple of prizes
in the weight and  hammer throwing.
Jack Hoult, the local man, captured
thing worth fostering; no prize caj
hardly compensate the people for the
work they have performed ln gathering the exhibits, but the sentiment of
having their sections take the blue
ribbons is what makes such a good
gathering of farm products. Your
floral exhibit is another thing that
appeals to sentiment. Heautitul
flowers makes one forget tbe sordid
things of life and the young folks en-
first In the mile after a splendid race J��>' ll wllile lhe    'lowers    brings    up
with Geoffrey, of    Vancouver.    There j *'o*-'* memories to the older beads.
was only a yard or two between them |    "Your fruit exhibit would do credit
at the finish.   The half mile was even I to any country.   I have not seen any-
better contested and In this Geoffrey thing to compare with it except    the
Florists from all sections of the
province met yesterday afternoon in
the hoard of trade rooms for a regular business meeting of the Provincial l-lorist and Nurserymen's association. General routine business, was
taken up and several addresses were
given by members of the association.
One of the principal matters taken
up wns the appointing of a member
to fill the vacancy on the horticultural hoard caused by the demise of Cap-j
tain Allison.
The officers were elected for the
ensuing year. They are: President,
S. S. Gordon; vice-president, Mr. Wallace, of the Fle win Gardens, Victoria;
secretary-treasurer, II. Tidy, and a
committee of four members, Messrs.
Illllman, of the Vancouver Floral company, Talbot, of the Fairvlew Nurseries, Victoria. Davis, of tbe Royal
Nurseries, Vancouver, and Bromham,
of Brown Bros., Vancouver.
Alter the meeting was concluded
the members adjourned to the exhibition buildings where they looked over
the floral display and all were loud
in their praise of the plants and flowers. Several went as far as to say
that lt was one of best showing of
flowers ever exhibited in tbe province.
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading
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and Hoult reversed their positions,
the Vancouver man capturing first,
with Hoult not more than half a foot
behind him. Geoffrey cut across the
course near the finish and Hoult could
not pass him, otherwise be bad a
good chance of winning tbe race. He
was touching the leader for the last
three yards of tbe race.
The bagpipe and dancing competitions were a feature of tbe day and
anyone with a love for Highland
music must certainly have been satis
state fair of Washington, which 13
located in the Yakima valley, considered by experts the greatest fruit
country in the west. Your cattle and
stock exhibit ts much larger than that
of the Washington state fair, while
your swine and sheep exhibits are
flne.
"I liave judged some of the best
poultry shows in the Pacific Northwest, from California to Idaho, and as
far east as Enderby, bere In your
province and I must say    that    your
ENGLAND SLOW IN PAYING
FOREIGN ARBITRATORS
fled.   The piping of Miss Lena David-  fowls compare favorably with the best
son, of Toronto,  won  great, applause.
The events were all more or less
spoiled by rain, which, although it
held ofT till about three o'clock, came
down heavily after that and rather
discouraged both competitors and
spectators. The following are the
.events and the winners.
Athletics.
Throwing 5ti-lb. weight���1, A, Mc-
Diarmid: 2, R. C. McDonald; I!. A. J.
���McDonald.  Distance 26 feet 7 inches.
Running long juni|>���1, Dillabaugb;
2, McDiarmid; 3, Mitchell. Distance
20 feet.
One mile race���1, Hoult; 2. Geoffrey; 3. Parker.    Time. 4:5S 1-5.
100 yards race, hoys, under 15���1,
Francis Vert; ., K. Adams; 3, I. M.
Black.
Throwing lfi-lb. hammer���1, R. C.
McDonald; 2. A. J. McDonald; 3, D.
Axley.   Distance. 106 feet 5 inches.
Tossing the caber���1, A. J. McDonald; 2, R. C. McDonald; 3, A. C. McDonald.   Distance, 88 feet tl Inches.
Half mile race���1, Geoffrey; 2,
Hoult; 3. Davidson.
. 100 vards race���1. McConnell; 2,
Mitchell; 3, Dillabaugb. Time, 10 1-5
seconds.
Putting 16-lb. shot���1, J. H. GUUs;
2, A. C. McDonald; 3, R. C. McDonald.
Distance, 40 feet 8 Inches.
Pole  vault���1,  GUUs;   2,  Ferguson;
3, McKenzie.   Height. 10 feet.
120 yards hurdle���1, GUUs; 2. Hll-
Jier; 3, Mitchell.
Running high jump���1. Gillis; 2,
McConnell.   Height, 5 feet 8 lnchefc.
Running, bop, step and jump���1, J.
GUUs; 2. McDiarmid, 3, Dillabaugb.
Distance, 41 feet 10 inches.
220 yards race���1, McConnell; 2,
Dillabaugh; 3, Mitchell.
Sack  race���1,  Adams;   2, GeofTrey;
.   Z, Vert.
' e    In  the  tug-of-war the  Westminster
, team   pulled   tbe   Vancouver   firemen
.two straight;  tbe first in fifteen minutes  and  tbe  last   ln  seven  minutes
and thirty seconds.   Chief J. II. Wat-
.son, of tbe fire department, was tbe
Westminster captain, iind encouraged
(SHhe men from the side lines. The team
���was composed of Moffat, anchor; McRae,   McDonald,   McLean.   Kellington,
A\ley and Devlne.
The dancing was held In the band
.itand on account of the rain, iind ow-
lng to the poor facilities for seeing it,
, theie were not a great many spectators. There was some excellent dancing in the course of the afternoon.
The following are the results ol' the
] ij ing  and  dancing  competition.
Dancing.
���1.   McKay;   2.   I'orgie;   3,
Delicate  Situation   Develops Through
Tardiness   in   Settling   With   Men
on   Hague   Tribuna1.
I have seen. One thing I like about
your fanciers and that is they look at
tbe poultry industry from a sentimental standpoint; they show a lot of
bantams and fancy fowls. The way to
appeal to the people is tbrough their
sentiment. Most all varieties of fowls
are good from a utility standpoint.
The bantams lay a lot of eggs and
there is no better fowl to eat than a
plump bantam. The Polish and other
fancy, fowls are all. good layers and
when dressed make as good eating
as any of their more homely cousins.
British Columbia can well afford to
encourage the pout ry industry for
the reason that tbe prices of eggs today are too high. The more breeders
that become interested tbe cheaper
will eggs become.
British Columbia should be an
ideal climate for fowls and you people should be sending eggs east instead of importing them. There is a
large market waiting for tbe Northwest to fill, and it will be a long time
before we are able to produce up to
tbe present home consumption.''
Mr. Collier goes from here to
Boise, Idaho, where be judges tbe In-
termountain fair week.
Second Day of Fair
Better Than The First
(Continued from Page One.)
:,T. F. Maynard, Cheam, Chilli-
1 and
wack.
Sow, over 3 and under 6 months���
1 and 2.J. F. Maynard, Cheam, Chilliwack.
Herd, boar and 2 sows, any age���
1 and 2, J. F. Maynard, Cbeam, Chilliwack.
Sow, with litter under 8  weeks���i,
J. F. Maynard, Cheam, Chilliwack.
Bacon   Hogs.
Best pen of bacon hogs, for bacon
trade; any grade of breed, to he bred i
and owned by exhibitor; one entry
only allowed each exhibitor; hogs not
allowed to compete in other classes���
1, Joseph Thompson, Chilliwack; 2,
A. C. Wells and Sons; 3. H. Webb.
Siirdis; 4 McClughan Bros., Port
Kells.
London, Oct. a.���A quite delicate
diplomatic situation has arisen between the British aud American governments as a result of England's failure to pay the stipulated condensation to foreign members of tbe North
Atlantic fisheries arbitration tribunal.
Both sides are extremely anxious to
keep the unpleasant situation secret,
owing to a possibility of its tending
to discourage arbitration in the future, i
Before the court heard tbe evidence,
tbe British and American agents, in
arranging preliminaries, agreed that,
the three foreign members of the ]
court should be paid .15,000 each as
compensation. each government
pledging itself to pay half. After publishing the awards, tbe American
state department promptly paid each
foreign judge $7,500 and expenses.
Then the foreign members waited patiently for their cheques from the
English foreign otlice.
The unpaid members of the court
at last determined to give the foreign office a gentle reminder. Accordingly, Dr. Louis M. Drago, of Argentina, one of America's selections for
the tribunal, arrived bere a few days
ago in the hope tbat bis presence
might lead the foreign office to summon him for consultation, at which
he might have an opportunity of diplomatically referring to the subject.
But until now Dr. Drago's presence
has been ignored and the distinguished Argentinian so far is only succeeding in adding to bis expenses the cost
of his visit here.
Dr. Drago took luncheon as a guest
of Whitelaw Reid at Dorchester House
wltb other distinguished visitors, including officials of the Argentine legation In London, who probably will
eventually make a quiet effort to obtain Dr. Drago's account.
A cable from St. John's N. F., announcing that tbe British and American governments have,agreed to post
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****-*. -***m WATCHMAKER  AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
Music Program
Wagner's band, of Seattle, will ren-
I der tbe following selections at the exhibition today:
AFTERNOON.
March���"Old Comrades."...
Overture���"Light    Cavalry.
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Suppe
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Overture
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Mexican
-"The   Little
Duch-
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8.
Dance ��� "Maria."
 D'Avila
Scenes    from   opera,   "Woodland."      Luders
Spanish     Waltz ��� "Espana"
      Waldteufel
Selections   from   "The   Merry
Widow."       Lehar
"Dance    of    the    Phantoms."
      Chambers
Serenate      Egypttenne���"Am-
ina."  .' Llnke
"God Save the King."
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Irish
[BdalB.
Suitor's hornpipe���I. McKay; 2, Por-
gle; '���'.. MI""-9 Mabel Davidson.
Highland t'lln... boys fourteen and
under���1, ('roll: 2, Adams; 3, tsdale.
Highland fling, girls fourteen an 1
under��� l. Qraee Robertson; 2, C.
l >��� ��� w11s; ::. 13, Urquhart,
Sword dance, boys fourteen and under���1, i. roll; 2, Adams.
Highland fling (Professional)���1,
\V. McKay; 2, (1. Dey; '.'., L. Isdale.
Sword dance (.Professional)���., W.
'McKay; ". 0. Dey: 3, L. Isdale.
Sword dtince, girls���1. Miss Grace
Robertson) 2. Miss C. Downs; 3, Miss
ll. Urquhart,
Bagpipe Competition.
Marches���1, Melvur; 2, Cameron; 3,
Montgomery.
Strathpeys and reels���l.McIvar; 2,
Montgomery; 3, Cameron.
Plbrochs���1, D. Mclvor; 2, W. Montgomery;  8, George Dey.'*1  ��� ���       .
DIVISION   M.���FLOWERS.
Hest  group Btove and   green-house
plants, to occupy 50 square feet; en-j
trance fee 60 cents���l. Royal Nursery,
Kerrlsdale;  2, S. *������ Tidy,    city;    3,
Davles & Son, city.
Begonia Rex, 6 varieties, c�� plints,
not more than 8-lnch pots���S. (1. Tidy,
city.
Hegonia Tuberous, 12 plants, tl single, ti double���1. Royal Nursery;  2, S. I
(1.  Tidy;   :;,  Davies  and  Son.
Collection ol'   .icon-house ferns, not i
more  than  -l  plants,  :i">   cents   en-|
trance  fee���1, S. (i. Tidy:   2, Davies
and Sons; 3, Royal Nursery.
Hanging baskets (2)���1, Davles and
Son;   2. S. (1.  Tidy.
Palms (10) not less than 6 varieties.
26 cents entrance fee���1, S. G. Tidy;
2. Royal Nursery; ',',, Davles and Son,
city.
Best collection foliage plants, to occupy 36 sqtlare feet, eoleus excluded;
:!!"> cents entrance fee���1. Davies and
Son: 2, S. G. Tidy:  :',, Royal Nursery.
Ooleus, 12 varieties, 12 plants���
1, Davles nn.l Son; ., S. G. Tidy; ;:.
Royal Nursery.
Pucbsias, .'! single���1, Davles and
son; 2, S. G .Tidy.
pone until spring tbe dragnlziition of
a subsidiary tribunal, created under
the Hague award, for deciding the
fairness of tlte fishery regulations enforced against American fishermen in
lhe first publicly announced development resulting fro.n Great Britain's
failure to pay the judges.
EVENING:
March���"Kaiser  Parole"   ...Telke
Overture���"Poet    and     Peasant."      Suppa
Reminiscences  of  Verdi... .Suppe
Solo   for   Cornet���"Serenade."
       Gounod
Albert  Nightingale, Soloist.
American       Fantasia ��� "Tone
Pictures of North and South."
        Bendix
Selection   from    "The   Three
Twins."    Hoscha
"The Warblers' Seienade. ...Perry
Idyll���"The Glow Worm" . . .Llnke
"God Save the King."
Drop In  Pianos
TT[7E have received word that our car of Pianos is
*' on the way and will be too late for Exhibition.
We are now crowded for room. We have decided to
sacrifice our entire stock of high grade Canadian
Pianos at prices never heard of before, for the rest
of this week only.
We have three beautiful Mahogany Pianos, all new;
regular $350.00 styles.   This week for $225.00
Two new Styles, regular $375.00 for $250.00
One only, Walnut, regular $400.00 for $290.00
One regular $450.00 for $325.00
We wiU also give 30 per cent, discount on all
Violins, Mandolins, Guitars aid Banjos. Sewing
Machines, 25 per cent, discount for cash. All these
prices are for cash only ; if time is wanted regular
prices will prevail.
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JH   H.   Todd's   Music   House
419 Columbia St New Westminster
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Tuesday, Opening  Day.
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Wednesday, Scottish Day.
Paid admittance   3870
.Members   2333
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ALFRED W. McLEOD
Columbia  Street.
New Westminster.
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER
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CORPORATION   OF   THE   DISTRICT
OF   BURNABY.
By-law  No.
New Westminster
Mail Service
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver, B.
(.'.," wlll be received at this office until 4 p.m., on Wednesday, October 26,
1910, for the ct nstructlon of an
Examining Warehouse Vancouver,
li. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at tl <��� office of Mr. Joseph
Greenfield, resident architect, Winnipeg, Man.. Mr. Wm. Henderson, resident architect, Vi< toria, B. t'.. at the
Post Office, Vancouver, and at this
depai ttnctit.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
lirms. the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation and place of residence of each member of I lie-firm must
be given.
Bach tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payahle to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender, wliich
wlll be forfeited If the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted for. If
tbe tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
By order.
R. C DBSROCHBRS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, September 21, 1910.
fifty
seven
($14,-
d    five
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without authority from tbe department.
LOCAL     IMPROVEMENT     NOTICE.
The Municipal Council of the City of
New   Westminster   ha\ing   by   resolution determined  and specified  that  it
is desirable to carry out the following j
works, that is to say:
To construct cement concrete sidewalks, retaining walls, boulevards.)
storm sewers, paved roadway and
street lights op Columbia street, from
the east line of Fourth street to the
west line of Leopold place, and that
said works shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the
"Local Improvement General Bylaw
1909."
And tbe Citj- Engineer and City Assessor having repcited to the Council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said hylaw upon the said works,
giving statements, showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefitted by the sail
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
itnd City Assessor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the
said reports are open for inspection at
the ollice of the City Assessor. City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster. B. C, tind that unless a petition against the proposed works above
mentioned, signed by a majority of
tbe the owners of the land or real pro-
perty to be assessed or charged in respect of such works representing at
least one-half in value thereof is presented to the Council wthln fifteen
days from the date of the first publication of this notice, the Council wiil
proceed with the proposed Improvements under such terms and conditions tis to the payment of the cost of
such imptovements as the Council
may by b.law in that behalf regulate
nnd determine and also to make the
said  assessn ent.
Dated this 27th day of September,
A. 1)., 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Diite of first publication, September
29, IU 10.
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DEPT. OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE..
NELSON,   B.   C,   RIFLE   RANGE
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope "Tender for construction of
Nelson, B, ('.. Rifle Range," and addressed to the Secretary of the Militia Council. Headquarters, Ottawa,
will be received until noon, the lath
October, for the construction of a rifle
Range at  Nelson. B. C.
Plans ami specifications may be
seen, and full Information obtained at
tlie offices of the District Officer Commanding Military District Xo. 11, Victoria, u. (.'.. the Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa, and
lhe Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.,
Nelson, it. C.
Tenders must he made on the form
supplied by the Department, and accompanied by an accepted cheque, on
a Canadian (bartered hank, for It) per
cent of tiie amount of the tender,
payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Militia and Defence, which amount will be forfeited
If the party tendering decline to
enter into a contract, in accordance
with the tender.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest, or any tender.
EUG. FISET,
Colonel.
Dep'y, Minister of Militia and Defence. H. Q. 18���115���2.
Department of Militia and Defence.
Ottawa.
Ottawa, l!Ub September, 11)10.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement lf they Insert it
without authority from the Department.
A By-law to enable the Corporation of
the District of Burnaby to raise by
way   of   loan   the   sum   of   seventy
thousand dollars for the purpose of
providing   and   building   sidewalks
within   the  limits  of    the    municipality.
\\'l;<i ens.   it   is   necessary   and    expedient   thai   the  council  of the  said
corporation   be  authorized  to  borrow
the sum t f seventy  thousan I dollars
($70,000)  t.) provide for the construe-
Ition of sidewalks within the limits of
'the said municipality.
And wheieas, an approximate estimate of the amount required for the
various sidewalks has been made by
the council as follows, viz.:
Ward l���Nine thousand si: hundred
and eighty-nine dollars .($9,689.00).
Ward 2���Ten thousand   eight    hundred and seventeen dollars and
cents ($10,817.50).
Ward  '���'.���Fourteen  thousant
hundred and ninety-nine dollars
799.00).
Wind  I���Seven thousand an
'dollars ($7,005.00),
Ward 5���Five thousand two hundred j
Und eighty dollars ($5,280.00).
Wind    6���Thirteen    thousand    andj
eighty-eight  dollars ($13,088.	
Additional sidewalks and contingencies iind costs incidental to this bylaw
and raising the loan nine thousand
three hundred and twenty-one dollars
and fifty cents  ($9,321.50).
And whereas, it is necessary to
j raise the moneys required to defray
the above expenditure upon the credit
of the municipality.
And whereas, it will be necessary to
raise annually by special rate the sum
of four thousand six hundred and fifty-
eight dollars and fifty cents $4,658.50)
'principal, and the sum of three thous-j
|and  five hundred  dollars $(3,500)   in-1
j terest. making    a total    amount    an-i
nually of eight thousand one hundred
| <ind fifty-eight  dollars and  fifty cents j
I ($S.l,r>8..ri0)  for tie    term    of   twelve]
years for the  repayment of the  said
loan and  interest thereon as hereinafter mentioned.
And whereas, the net value of the
whole rateable land in the said municipality according to the last revised
assessment roll amounts to ten mil-
ilion three hundred and twenty-three
j thousand six hundred and ten dollars
I $10,323,610).
And whereas, to provide for the
payment of the interest and tbe creation of a sinking fund for the payment
iof the said principal sum of seventy
thousand dollars ($70,000) it will be
necessary to levy a special annual rate
sufficient to raise the sum of eight
.thousand one hundred and fifty-eight
dollars and fifty cents ($8,158.50), the
amount to be calculated annually on
ithe whole of the rateable land within
the municipality.
He it therefore enacted by the reeve
and council of the said corporation of
the district of Burnaby in council assembled as follows, viz.:
1. it shall be lawful for the reeve
and clerk of the council for the purpose aforesaid to borrow or raise by
way of loan from any person or pel-
sons or corporation or corporations
who may he willing to advance the
same upon the credit of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, a suin
not exceeding seventy thousand dollars i.$7n,noti) and cause the aami
he placed in the Royal Bank of Canada in tlie City of New-Westminster,
to the credit of the .said corporation
for t.'ie purpose above recited and dehentures of the said corporation to
the amount nf se.enty thousand dollars ($70,000) in the whole may be
issued by the said reeve and clerk in
accordance with the Municipal Clauses
.Act in sums as may be required, but
not less than one thousand dollars
($1,000) each, the said debentures to
be seale.l with the corporate seal and
to be signed hy the reeve and clerk.
2. The debentures shall bear .interest ;it the rate Of five (5) per cent,
per annum payahle half yearly on the
1st day of May and the 1st day of
November in each and every year during the currency of the said debentures or any of them. There shall be
attached to each of the debentures
coupons signed by the Reeve for each
and every payment of Interest that
may become due and such signature
may be either written, stamped, printed or lithographed.
.'!. 'I he said debentures
cipal and interest shall be
the Royal Bank of Canada
of New Westminster, or at such other
place or places as the council shall
from time to time appoint, with the
approval of the holders thereof, and
t.s i principal tlie debentures shall be
��� ii. payable on the 1st. day of No-
vembei   1922.
4. I'here shall be raised iind levied
annually by a special rate sufficient
therefor on all the rateable hind or
Improveme its or real property In the
municipality the sum of four thousand
six hundred and fifty-eight dollars and
fifty cents ($4,658.50) for the purpose
of forming a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures and the
sum of three thousand five hundred
dollars ($,'1,500) for the payment of interest at the rate aforesaid to become
cine on such debentures during the
currency thereof the said special rate
to be In addition to all otber rates
to be levied and collected in the
municipality duiing the currency of
the said  dehentures or any of them.
f>.    This by-law shall take effect on
and after the 1st day   of
1910.
Time
of
Arrival:
Time
of
Closing:
20:00���United States via C, P. R.
(daily except  Sunday). .23.00
8:30���Vancouver via B. C E. ll.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C, E. R,
(daily except   Sunday I..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except  Sunday)..16:00
Victoria   via   B.  C.   13.   R.
ukiily except  Sunday)..23:00
Victoria   via   B.   C,   11.   li.
(daily except  Sunday).. 8:30
���Victoria  via  li. C.  E,  li.
(daily  excepl   Sunday)..1:1:00
7:30���United states via c. x. li.
(daily  except   Sunday).. S::io
15:00���United States via G. X. li.
I  8:00'
111:00
20:0
13
(dally   excepl
25���All   points   east
rope   I daily I   .
30���All   points  east
rope  (adlly)   .
25���Sapperton     and
Mills      (dally
Sundayi
ii���Sapperton     and
mills       (daily
Sunday)
25-  Coquitlam   (dailj
Sundaj I
(Hi���Central     Part
monds        laily
Sunday)
Sum
and
.md
iv)..W:
Eu-
....  8:
Eu-
 14:
Fraser
except
00
30
:;o
Eraser
except
 II
���   except
 M
and    Ed-
except
 11
14:00���East Burnaby and Burquitlam (dallye except
Sunday l    14
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster i Tuesday and
Friday |         M
10:00���Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island   13
10:00���Anr.ie'.-Jllt. Sunbury (daily
e\'t't*pt   Sunday    Ill
10:00���Annalis Island Monday
Wednesday iind Friday      13
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13
9:00���Vancouver. Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..14
11:130��� Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except  Sunday).. 16
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day       	
11:.'!()���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)        	
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday 	
20:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (daily except  Sunday)    2
r>:4.ri���Crescent. White Rock itnd
Hlaine (daily except
Sunday)      	
15:45���Hull's Praitie. Fern Ridge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday, Th'M.o. y   inti  Su-
30
30
un
00
00
.'III
30
30
30
20
Od
*. **���
NOTICE.
.   1910,
On ;i
id  after October
we,
11 e  uni
erslgned,  will    se
1   coal
for
cash on
y, either with the
order ot
on
delivery
GILLEY  BROS..
LTD.
JOSEPH MAYERS,
BELYEA  &  CO.
New Westminster, Sept.
24.
NOTICE.
as to prepayable at
in the city
The Corporation of tbe City of Now
Westminster has deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and in the office of the Registrar of
Deeds for the District of New Westmlnstei-, British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of
the proposed site for laying steel
pipe lino or water main under the
Brunette river in the Province ol
British Columbia, and alter one
month from the first publication hereof will apply to the Governor in
Council  for approval  thereof.
Dated this Third dav   of   October
1910.
VV. A. DUNCAN,
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation   of  the   City   of   New
Westminster.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
The Corporation of the City of New
Westminster has deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and in the office of the Registrar of
deeds for the Distrlcl of New Westminster. Hritish Columbia, al New
Westminster plan and description of
the proposed site for laying steel
pipe line or water main under the
north arm of the Fraser River In the
Province of Hritish Columbia, and after one month from the first publication hereof will apply to the Governor
in Council for approval theie of.     h
DATED this Third day of October,
1910.
W.
Clerk of the Municipal
Corporation   of  tbe
Westminster.
A. DUNCAN,
Council of The
City   of   New
which the vote of the municipality
will be taken on Saturday, (lie 16th
day of October, 1910, between 9
November, "'('lf��<'l< a.m. until 7 o'clock p.m., at tbe
following polling places:
POLITICAL BOSS
OF RHODE ISIAND
Blind General Brayton, Who
Gathered Power With the
Years, is Dead.
15:00
15:00
T': i-i'
00
8:00
Providence, lil-- Oct. 5.���Gen. Brayton, known as the "Blind Hoss of
Rhode Island." died this morning. He
was seventy years old and totally
blind. Brayton was taken to the hospital on August 29 wiih a broken hip,
the resull of :i fall in his office. Dr.
Budlong declared, however, that death
was  due  to  diabetes,  from  which  Gen,
Brayton had suffered for several
years.
Had Things In His Grasp.
With the death of General Brayton,
a strikingly successful political boss-
ship nl' thirty years came to a close.
For more than twenty years of that
time lie was credited with controlling
the legislature of Rhode Island completely. He was a close political confidante of L'nited States Senator Nelson  A.  Aldrich.    While nol  a   member
of the legislature himself, his power
over the members was such that time
and again his presence in the lawmaking   chambei    Of   the   little   state   was
called a scandal and a shame, lie did
the work in Rhode Island that l'latt
did In N'ew Vork. and Quay did in
Pennsylvania, without taking the honors of otlice.
Fought in Civil   War.
General Brayton fought in the Civil
war. iind retired after heing breveted
a brigadier. His big Influence in Republican politics in the state came
when he was appointed postmaster of
Providence. He used the office to increase his political power, iind n-ird
it to such a flagrant extent, that he
was removed under a charge of malfeasance. Tbis did not hurt his politic::.' career any. Ile gathered power with the years ana even In his
blindness during the latter part of his
life he held control of tbe legislature,
General Brayton was a graduate of
Brown university, iind his father and
grandfather were justices of the su-
prcti'.e   com:   of  the  state.
UTAH    WILD    DUCKS
HIT   BY   PESTILENCE
Salt Lake. Utah, Oct. 5.���Because of
the strange pestilence that has struck
the breed, wild d icks will not be sold
in the markets ol Utah this season.
This announcement was made today
following the investigation by the
state food and game commissioners.
The commissioners vlsite.1 several
gun clubs and preserves near here
and found that ducks and geese weie
dying in thousands. In one space,
live pi ces wide and 150 feet long they
counted 832 dead birds. As a re suit
.they have warned hunters igainsl
shooting the fowl and havi advised
that local sportsmen notify their eastern friends of the conditions here before the season opens.
At the famous Millionaire Duck
club which was one of the points visited by the commissioners, the mouth
of the Red river was found to be a
sea of dead ducks and geese. Scientists are baffled by the disease among
the water fowl and are unable lo diagnose it.
AEROPLANE    IS    BUILT
BY   MONTREAL   MAN
Montreal, Oct. 5.���Montreal is to
bave ;i permanent aviation exhibition,
if the expectations of the Daoust Realty flrm are teallzed. A new aeroplane, called l.a Montiealiilse. bai
been designed and built by Ach lie
llanssens, a native of Braln-Le-Comie,
Belgium, who has lived for the past
eleven years iu .Montreal. The inventor has made several run. along
tbe ground, though he bas not yet es-
snved a  flight  in  the air.
The machine is sixteen feet high
and has a body thirty-one feet long.
Mr. iiassens claims to have gathered the ilea for the Invention from
an article describing previous attempts at aviation published in a Montreal newspaper three years ago. He
then gave up his position as a conductor on the Montreal Street Railway, and worked on the invention until a lew days ago. when l.a Montreal'
itise was completed.
The Daoust Realty company have
bought the Inventor's rights, have in
tered an application for a patent, and
are at present organizing B Joint stock
company, with capital of {250,000, to
exploit the Invention.
'HOBBLED."
The Municipal Hal
West Burnaby School.
Duthle School.
Mrs. Cobban's bouse,
6. This by-law may he cited for all
purposes us the "Uurnaby Sidewalks
Loan By-law, 1910."
Done  und   passed   In   open    council      M.>- Cobban's bouse, Gunn road,
the lllith day of September.
Received the usscnt  of the electors      Public  notice  Is  hereby  given  tbat
at an election for the purpose on the t,,e vote "f "le electors of the district
day of 11)1 (>.!��r Burnaby will be taken on the above
Reconsidered and Anally adopted by j mentioned by-law at the time and
tbe council, signed by th reeve and Place above mentioned, and that C. T.
clerk  and  sealed   wltb   the corporate Saunders  has  been  appointed return*
fp-'I on
1911).
the
day of
Take notice that tbe above Is a true
\ j y of the    111 oposed    by-law    upon
ing  officer to  take the  vote of such
electors, with the usual powers In that
behalf.
By order of the council.
PETER BYRNE, Reeve.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C
"Where   are   you    going,   mv    pretty
maid?"
"Darned   If   I    know,    kind    sir,"   she
said.
"May I go with you, my pretty maid?"
"Yes, if you'll bobble, sir," she sal I.
"How do you walk, my  pretty maid?"
"I   don't:   I   Just   hop,   kind    sir,"   she
said.
"Do you enjoy  it,  my   pretty  maid?"
"It makes tne di. zy, sir," she said.
I
"You are  wise   to   the   fashions, my
pretty maid."
"I   tumble   to   everything   now,"  she
said.
"How can  you  beat  this  fashion  my
maid?"
"By staying abed, kind sir," she said
"Now, will you marry me, my pretty
maid?"
"How can i w-aik t o  church?"  she
said.
"I'll  bring  the   minister,  my   pretty
maid."
I "Then   we'll   both    be   hobbled,  kind
sir," she snld.
���G. T. Humes In New York World.
HBWffiffi2Q
*m
For The Home
Our Prices During
Exhibition Week
VTEVER before have we been in such a position
to provide Furniture and House Furnishings
as we are at the present time. Our large store is
full to overflowing with the newest and best in
Furniture. We are giving bargains every day.
Why? Because we buy in large quantities���car
load lots���we are outside the high rent district.
and are thus enabled to give the benefit to our
customers.
SPECIAL IRON BED, SPRING AND MATTRESS
$10   Complete
Enamel Beds    ^jj^^r
Brass Beds       {^7* 3fl ftf
iJ-*L.C(fm>  ��� ,  MA
Fancy Beds
Sole Agents for Coburn Steel Wood Veneer
Bedroom   Furniture
Dressers and Stands,  $12.00 up
Dining Room Furniture      <
Dining Chairs, Each   from  90cts.
Leather Seated.
Dining   Chairs,   $16.00   Per Set
Set contains Six Chairs.
Hall and Library Furniture
Hall Racks from $6.00 up, Hall
Mirrors, Library Tables $8.00 up,
Book Cases $12.00 up, Sectional
Cases all prices and sizes.
Tables of  Every Description
Royal Oak 8ft. Extension $9.00
Solid Oak Extension $16.00
Newest  Designs   in  CARPETS
We are displaying
new designs in Carpets. There is evidence of discriminating care in the selection, and a contentment with small
profit in selling.
W. E. FALES
FURNITURE DEALER, UPHOLSTERER
AND UNDERTAKER
612-618 Agnes Street, Opposite   Public  Library,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
NOTICE     REGULATING     VEHICLE  of the  car track  while proceeding  in
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET,  either direction.
llv order,
*i
AU persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left  hand side
City  Hal
J, A. RENNIE,
Acting city Clerk,
August 12. 1910,
Second Day of Fair Finds
Things Running Smooth
(Continued on Page Five.)   -
-l,   Davies  and
y
3
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is
in
y.
ar
't.
ur
S
Visitors To  Our
Exhibition Are
Cordially Invited To
Make Our Store   Their
Head Quarters
In The
Disappointment In  Victoria.
George  Sangster,  secretary  of the
B. C. Agricultural association, says of
the Victoria fall fair;
"li is impossible al presenl to state
whether or nol there will ne any de-
licit   in   connei lion   wilh   the   fall   fair   "
held lasl week.   From the poinl of at-      Fuchsias,  :;  double-
tendance, lhe exhibition cannot  lie do .Sun;  :'. S. (1. Tidy.
scribed as a success, as not more than |    Geraniums, 3 double
120,000 people were presnet during the'Son;   2. S. G. Tidy.
, flve  days,    Tho  fair  was  poorly   pat-1    Geraniums, ::  single-
ronized.    Every  person  who paid  50 son; 2, S. G. Tidy.
cents  for admission received   in   re-1    Chrysanthemums, 6 plants, in bloom
turn     entertainment     amounting     to  ���1, Davis & Son;  2, B. G. Tidy.
three dollars.   I regret that the direc-     Cannas, 12 plains, in bloom���Royal
Iocs  who  labored   so  hard  to  prepare   Nursery;   2, S.  G,  Tidy.
I an   exhibition,   wliich   would   prove  of;     Heliotrope,  2���1,   Davies  &  Son;   ..
���credit   to  the  city   of   Victoria,   have  s. G, Tidy.
I heen disappointed." |Sho\ver bouquet���1, Royal Nursery, 2,
6. G. Tidy; 3, Davies & Son.
Bridal   bouquet ��� 1.   Royal   Nursery;
2, S. G. Tidy;  3, Davies &. Son.
CORPORATION   OF   THE   DISTRICT;
OF  BURNABY.
Taxes, 1910.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Ile lots 10, 11. 12, 13, 11, 15, 16, 11
and IS, hlock 42 of Bectlon 3, hlock 3
-1. Davies and
-1, Davies and
Take notice that   the time lor thejNorth range T. west in the district of
payment of 1910 taxes, in tlie above'New Westminster,
municipality,  in   order  to  obtain   tho;    WHEREAS proof of the loss of cer-
rebate c\;ins on the 15th day of Oc- tiflcate of title number 3379P, issued
'"' "".   1910. lm u,e name of Sarah Michie has been
All  panics  wlio  have not   received!filed iu this office,
lax  demands can  obtain  same  hy  ap-1     NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN that
(dying at  Municipal    Hall.    Edmonds.il shall, at the expiration of one month
B. C. from the date of the lirst publication
II. I). CURTIS, Collector,      [hereof, in a daily newspaper published in tlie city of New Westminster, is-
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND     DIS
District of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that, 1. William Robert Dick, of Vancouver, B. t'.; occupation real estate dealer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands;
CURIOUS   FARM   HAND ������ u-  "u-v;  "��� navies ft: dou, Commencing    at    a    post    planted
KILLED   UNDER   AUTO      Basket of flowers, 12x8���1, Stride & about twenty  chains  north  from  the
  Sons, city,  2. Royal  Nursery;  ?,. S. G.'southwest   corner   of    Timher    Lease
Chicago,  Oct.   5���Curiosity   nn   the Tldy' 387G9,   Texada   Island,   thence   west
farm    hand'     Tw0 plira>'s  for  ladies���1. Stride  &  eighty   chains,   thence   south    eighty
pari   of .lames  Stahl,  a
I thirty years old. to Iind out  what are i
Sons; 2, S. G. Tidy;
While
City
tlie  component   parts of an  automo-
bl'e  left   standing   in   the   road   iii
Worth,  a   west   Bide   rttlburb,   resulted |st���de & So,ns
iin   his  death   Saturday,   when   the  ob-
| jeel   of  his  curiosity   ran    him    down
and killed him.
The auto was lefl  standing in the
road  hy  a  party  seeking  mushrooms
in   the  woods  nearby.
Stahl   Inspected   the   numerous    levers  and  stepped  to  the  front  of  it
and   turned  the   starting  crank.    Tbe
heavy machine bore down and crushed him before he could step aside. It
then ran down a steep hill.
Tlie occupants of tlie machine beard
bis   cries  and   rushed   to  the  road   to
tind their machine a wreck and Stahl
dead. fH.fi? �� fl 'I1
Royal Nursery, j chains,   thence    east   eighty    chains, I
l hence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing 640   acres j
I moie or less.
Cross. 20-inch frame���1, S. G. Tidy; ' WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK.
Three buttonholes  for gentlemen
|l, S. G. Tidy;   2,  Royal    Nursery;
sue a duplicate of the said certificate,
unless in the meantime valid objection he made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster. B. C, September 27. 1910.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building  Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.
Room 3 Dominion Trust Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
W. �� SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN
6 2 9 Columbia Street
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"TORRID
ZONE"
FURNACE
HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
2, Royal Nursery; 3, Davles & Son,
Wreath, 18-lnch rrame���1, S. G.
Tidy, 2, Royal Nursery; 3, Stride &
Sons; 4. Davies & Son.
Gates Ajar. 2 1-inch frame���1, Stride
& Sons; 2, Royal Nursery; 3, Davies
& Son; 4, S. G. Tidy.
Roses,   12  White���S.  G.  Tidy.
Roses, IJ red���1. S, G. Tidy. city.
Roses. 12 yellow���1. S. G, Tidy, city,
Roses, 12 pink���1, S. G. Tidy. city.
Collection,      hardy
Davies & Son.
Carnations.  12  pink���1, S. G. Tidy
2, Davies & Son.
Carnations. 12 red���1, S. G. Tidy; ;
Davies & Sort.
Carnations, 12 white���1, S. G. Tidy
2, Davies & Son; 3, Stride & Sons.
Carnations,    12    crimson
Tidy;   2,  Davies   &   Son;   U
Vancouver,
1910.
II.    C,    September    11,
T.
Morrison
Phone G24.
.1. ll. Taylor
LOCAL  IMPROVEMENT  NOTICE.
Applications to   he placed    on   the
supplementary voters' list for the City
of N'ew Westminster will be received Sons,
by the undersigned  up to November;    Carnations. 12 fancy
1st, 1010, I 2. Davies & Son;  '.',, Stride & Sons.
Applicants must be British subjects :     Sweet peas, 12 varieties, in bloom
of the full ag��   of twenty-one   yews 11. Royal Nursery;    2, F.    J. Wright, carried out in accordance    with
and have been residents of the city six | Central Park,
months    immediately    preceding
date of application, and   have   during
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster having by resolution determined
and specified that it Is desirable to
carry on the following works, that ls
perennials���1, Ito say;
To construct cement concrete sidewalks. Boulevards. curbs, storm
sewers, retaining walls and paved
roadways ou Second street from
Royal avenue to Sixth avenue.
To construct cement concrete   sidewalks on Alexander    street,    Begbie
l.    S. G. I street, Lorne street. McKenzie Street, I
'i, Stride  &  Sixth street and Clarkson street.
To construct cement concrete side-
1, S. G. Tidy; ;walks on Henley  street from Eighth1
avenue to London street.
And  that the  said  works shall  be;
the
provisions of the "Local Improvement
LABOR AGENTS
Supply  help of  every  kind.  Prompt.
attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
negotiated.
���8 Begbie St.       New Westminster, B.C.
r
that time paid as a householder a
rental of not less than one hundred
dollars a vear.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Sept. 30, 1910.
thei    Collection    sweet    peas ��� 1.    F. J. General By-law, 1909."
Wright.  Central   Park;   2,  Stride    &!    And the clt>' engineer and city as-
'Sons; 3   Davies & Son. jsessor having reported to the council
Show dahlias, 12���1, Roval Nursery; '.in accordance with the provisions of
2, Stride & Sons; 3, S. G. Tldv. the said by-law upon tbe said works
Decorative dahlias, 12���1. Davies & giving   estimates   t-'.klu.. j
Son; 2, S. G. Tidv;  3, Royal Nursery, giving      statements      showing      the.
Cactus  dahlias   12 1   Roval    Nur- amounts estimated  to be  chargeable!
serv; 2   Stride' & Sons;'3, Davies   &'against  the  various  portions  of   real;
gon property to be benefitted by the said
Pompon dahlias 12���1 Royal Nur-lworks and other particulars, anl the
serv; 2, S. G. Tldv; 3, Stride"& Sons, said reports of the said city engineer
Collection of named dahlias, not to and eit>' assessor having been adopt-
let during the progress of the provin-1 exceed 50 varieties, one bloom each, ed "���* tlle counc11-
cial exhibition, are asked to kindly j the four preceding classes to be rep-1 Notice is hereby given that the said
leave their names and addresses, j resented���1, Roval Nursery; 2, Stride reports are open for inspection at the
with the number of rooms tbey have & Sons- 3 S G. Tidv; 3" Davies & offlce of the clty assessor, city hall,
to let, at the secretary's office. Thorn-1 Son. ' Columbia street. New Westminster. B.
son block, where there will be some! Best 12 plants, in bloom���1, Mrs. G. c- and that unless a petition against
person in attendance, up to the date i Mathewson citv; 2, Mrs W. N. Dra- the proposed works above mentioned
of the exhibition, to receive this in-|per  citv signed by a majority of the owners of
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Those having furnished    rooms    to I
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up    $5,000,000
Reserves    $5,900,000
formation.    Numerous   inquiries'have
j already  been  received  as  to tbe  ac-
! commodatlon at the disposal    of   the
i hotels, and private residences.
W. H. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
Rest
N. Draper, city.
Hest 3 fuchsias, single���1, Mrs. W.
N. Draper, city.
Specimen fuchsia���1, Mrs.    W.    N.
, Draper;  2.  R.  Windrip, Sapperton;  3,
P. O. Box 5., New Westminster, B.C. Mrs. G. Mathewson.
Smoke  and Gas Tight ���
Made out of Steel
i   James & McClughan
I' Dominion Trust Block
Phone 302
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Front and Sixth Sts.
P.O. Box 248
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.
The Dessert
Problem Solved
That ever bothersome question, "What shall W
for dessert?" has been solved by Mooney's Suga
This delightful confection is taking the country by storm.
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are now served in thousands of homes in
place of pastry and cake. At dinner, luncheon or tea���for picnics
or the unexpected guest���with berries, fruits, ices cr beverages there
is nothing better.
The 'Defsiert TTiaf Creates a Desire; F& typre
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made in the largest bakery in
Canada. Hundreds of skilled employees���640 windows���3 miles of
floor space. Here in this magnificent sunlit sanitary factory, where
purity is paramount, we create Canada's most toothsome delicacy.
Try a package today. You'll be glad you did so. At your
grocer's in dainty, dust and damp-proof tins, 10 and 25 cents.
fuchsias, double���, Mrs. W.jthe land or real Pr��Pert>" t0 he assessed or charged in respect of such
works, representing at least one-half
in value thereof is presented to the
council within fifteen days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice the council will proceed with
Hest 3 geraniums, in bloom, single-,the proposed improvements under
1 Mrs W N Draper- 2 Mrs G such terms and conditions as to the
Mathewson *.-.--���       '.payment of tbe cost of such improve-
'  Best 3 geraniums. In bloom, double'nients as ,he, coun,ciI ma>: b/, by'law
���1. Mrs. G.  Mathewson;   2, Mrs. W   'n that behalf regulate and determine
The Bank has Branches ln
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the Island; also In
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and  London, England.
Correspondents In all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
N. Draper.
Specimen    geranium���1,
Mrs.    G.
land also to make the said assessment.
Dated this 2!>th day of September,
Mathewson;  2, Mrs. W. N. Draper.
A.D. 1910.
Specimen Rex Begonia���1, Mrs.   G. I W- A> DUNS4^' clerk
Mathewson. _ ..,    ..       .i.     ��nil,'
Specimen Shrubby Begonia, in1 Date of first publication the 30th
bloom-1, Mrs. W. N. Draper. j** ��f September. 1910	
Specimen plant, any variety���1, Mrs. | ������������; ������'���m***"m^mmm*.
W. N. Draper; 2, Mrs. G. Mathewson
CM
THE MOONEY BISCUIT AND CANDY CO., LTD., Stratford, Canad
3, R. Windrip. ,
Ivy geranium, in bloom (2)���1, Mrs. I
G. Mathewson.
Collection foliage plants 12)���1,1
Mrs. Mrs. W. N. Draper; 2, Mrs. G. i
Mathewson; 3, R. Windrip. |
Collection ferns |2)���1, Mrs. Q.
Mathewson, city. j
Hanging baskets (2)���1, Mrs. W. N.I
Draptr; 2, Mrs. G. Mathewson, city.
Best collection marigolds���1,   Mary
Keary, city;  2, Miss E. Wilson, city; j
3, R. Windrip. ;
Best collection  phlox drummond!���
1, W. D. Jones, city; 2, Miss E. Wilson, city; 3, R. Windrip, Sapperton.    |
Best collection dlanthus���1, Mrs. A.1
Burr; 2, R. Windrip, Sapperton; 3,;
Mrs. H. Vidal, city. i
Best collection zinnias���1, R. Wind-'
rip; 2, Mrs. W. N. Draper;  3, Mrs. G.
Mathewson.
Best collection pansies���1, Mrs. W.
N. Draper; 2, lt. Windrip; 3, J. A.
Skinner. Fraser Arm.
Best collection stocks���1, K. Wind-
tip; 2, Miss E. Wilson,
Six roses���1, Mrs. K. T. Fit/lander;
12, R, Windrip; 11. Surprise Poultry
j yard.
Twelve   cactus   dahlias���1.   Mrs.   W.
N. Draper;  2, K.  Windrip, Sapperton.
i    Twelve decorative dahlias���1, Robt.
i Windrip.
Best  collection   dahlias,    not    less
I than  24  varieties, one each���1,  Mrs.
\V. N. Prayer.
besi collection verbenas���1, Mrs. W.
N. Draper.
Best collection annuals���1, Mrs. A.
Burr, city.
Best collection gladioli���1, Mrs. H.
Pashley, Dewdney; 2, Mrs. W. N. Draper.
Best collection sweet peas���1, Sur-
piise Poultry yard; 2, Miss E. Wilson;
3, E. A. Wilson, city
Test display asters���1. W. D. Jones,
i city,  2, Mrs. II. Vidal;  3, Mrs. J. Mc-
Kab, city.
Best display sweet peas���1, Hazel
Keary; 2. Miss E. Wilson, city; 3, Mrs.
John McNab, city.
Best display nasturtiums���1, Mrs.
George Beatty, city. ���
Best collection asters���1, W. D,
Jones; 2, Mrs. II. Vidal; 3, Mrs. A.
Pashley, Dewdney.
Hand bouquet���1, Mrs. A. Pashley,
Dewdney; 2, Mrs. W. N. Draper, city;
3, R. Windrip, Sapperton.
Ladles' sprays  (2)���1, R. Windrip;
2, Mrs. W. N. Draper; 3, Mrs. A. Pashley, Dewdney."
! I. O. O. P.   AMITY  LODGE  NO.  27-
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. H. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secretary
LAUNDRY WORK
as done by us gives the utmost satisfaction. Our equipment is modem. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean, Economic, Prompt.
White labor only employed
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
Easterbrook .Milling Company.
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR!
HUNGARIAN JEWEL ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL   $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 ,��r Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone SS3.
AT A SACRIFICE
A nice modern 6 roomed house
corner 2nd St. and 5th Ave. Full
sized lot bearing orchard and good
out building, price $3,350 easy terms.
...EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street - *
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The New W*i** *di0D' 1235; Kamloops, rua.   ���
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, 0CT03E .
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City News ;
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right nrices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
The death occurred yesterday morning of the eight year old daughter ot
11. Escheland, of Surrey. Tbe funeral
will take place al one o'clock this afternoon lo i in- Od ! Pellqjvsl cemetery.
Those attending WeStthinster fair
will do well to call al lunch renin No,
5, conducted by the iadies of Sixth
avenue Methodisl chureh. Heme made
bread ami rakes at all hours.       **
Two ladies driving a single horse
to a buggy had a narrow escai e from
serious Injury at the fair grounds
yesterday. While turning the corner
of one of the buildings the buggy was
overturned and the ladies thrown out,
but were uot hurt. The horse ran
away, but was caught In the vicinity
of the stock sheds.
At one thirty o'clock the Reginas and
Sapperton intermediate teams will
play an exhibition game and al three
o'clock the Nationals, champions of
Eastern Canada, and the Vancouver
team will clash once mere. The
teams will he practically the same as
those which played on Tuesday. The
Nationals are confident that they can
give Vancouver a closer name on a
| dry ground and are going to try to
do it. Alderman Wells Gray will
referee again.
Our Goods on
lay to Exhibition   Visitors
We are open every day l'.om s a.m. to 6 p.m. Visitors to the
city are extended a hearty welcome and In no place will they be
made to feel more at home than in our store. Our merchandise
is here for the examination of one and all. Quality and style are
the particular points apparent in all our goods. We announce the
store and the goods therein open to your inspection.
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CORPORATION   OF   THE   DISTRICT
OF  BURNABY.
For till electrical    work    tind
tracts plione T. Roberts, 761,
con-
lias great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day' and
evening session.
A. L. BOUCK,
���10 Columbia St. Principal.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs anil all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. **
The attraction at the opera house
tonight will he the original motion
pictures of the Johnson-Jeffries encounter at Reno last July. From the
pictures of the great fiasco It can be
plainly seen just how little chance
Jeffries had with the giant negro.
Local tight followers are expected to
he out in full force and special matinees have been arranged for both
days, the pictures being shown on
Friday night also.
Taxes, 1910.
i    Take  notice  that   the  time  for  the
payment of 1910 taxes, in tiie above
municipality,   in  order  to  obtain   the
I rebate expires on the 15th day of Oc-
i toher.   1910.
All   parties  who  have  not   received
tax demands can obtain same by applying at Municipal   Hall,    Edmonds,
i. C.
II. I). CURTIS, Collector.
HOUSEHOLD   VOTERS.
For all electrical    work   and
tracts phone T. Roberts, 761.
eon-
Hand Bags
New Stock        Good Value*
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of
Hand Bags ever shown in
this city.   From $1.00 up.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence,  72.
New   Westminster,    B   C.
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
See Fales' furniture stock before
purchasing elsewhetc. Agnes street. *
Rev. B. G. Thompson officiated yesterday at a quiet wedding at Knox
manse. Sapperton, when Miss Ada
Frances Tingley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Tingley, of Ashcroft,
and sister of Mrs. Thompson, became
the bride of Finest Fdward Vincent,
of Calgary. After the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Vincent left for a honeymoon trip to 'he Sound cities.
While attending the exhibition
smoke B. ('. and Old Sport cigars. ��*
W. E, Pales carries the best selected stock of bousehold furniture in the
clly and prices defy competition. **
Tbe lirst unpleasant incident in
connection with the exhibition came
tto light yesterday when P. Parral, of
Woodstock. Ont., one of the stock
judges, reported to the police that he
had been robbed of $1Sii when getting
on ti street car near the grounds. He
is not sure the money was stolen, but
he lost it at till events nnd the police
are keeping a sharp lookout for pickpockets.
If you want to see a modern cigar
factory you don't lune to ask anybody, but just call at the \*. C. Cigar
factory on Seventh, above Agnes
street, and we will be glad to show
you. ���*
Iron beds and bedding* the largest
range of designs and prices. \V. B.
Fales. **
Two youngsters, one the son of Mrs.
A. Archibald, and the other her granddaughter, the daughter of Mrs, West,
of Snohomish, strayed away from the
mother's and grandmother's residence
j on  the   hill   yesterday   morning    and
| got hopelessly lost, being missing over
| four ho.ns before tbey were returned
I borne. The little girl evidently thought
she was safe in travelling under the
I care of her tiny uncle, but his youth
anl  inexperience  proved  the undoing
of the couple.
Take tbe round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Urackman-Ker's    wharf    at    .
Applications to    be placed    on    the
supplementary voters' list for tbe City
of New  Westminster will  be received
by  the  undersigned  up  to  November
; 1st. 1910.
Applicants must be British subjects
of the full ng? of twenty-one yens
and have heen residents of tLe city six
I months immediately preceding the
date of application, and have during
that time paid as a householder a
rental of not less than one hundred
dollars a year.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
City Hall. Sept. .10, 1910.
The Public
Supply Stores
The Central Hole! Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
p.m.    Return fate iJO cents.
A
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.
MUIR'S
DRUG  STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under tbe
Westminster Club
and opposite tbe
City Market
this  adveT
*r.-tlt*l(ll.
For carnations, sweet peas nnd
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
It 1108. ��*   j
The players and members of thej
Rovers Foothall club are requested to I
attend the regular monthly meeting to J
ihe beld in the Province office on Co-!
lumbia street on Friday night at eight
|o'clock.   The Rovers meet the Celtic.?1
of Vancouver in  Vancouver on Satur-!
day   and   the   team   will   probably   ho i
settled on at  the meeting.    The team
will   be   chosen   from   the   following
players.    Sampher,    Hartley,    Lyons.
Shawcross, Ferguson.    Holland.    Brisbane. McAllister, Hruce, Hays, Taylor,
Cadyzien, Craig tind Sawyer,
Pot plants tind fresh cut flowers at!
Tidy's stoie.    Phone IM. **
The H. C. Cigar factory Invite their
up country friends to ree their new
factory on Seventh, above Agnes
afreet, The best arranged factory on
this coast. **
There will be plenty of lacrosse at
the exhibition grounds this afternoon. ���<!
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine its closely as
you wish. If you are a partlcu-
larly good Judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It Is sure to bo
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of tbis property,    $350 each.  Terma.
10 lots extending from First to Second atreet. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.     f
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The   Celebrated   "Maish"
Comforters���Our New Fall
Range Now Ready
The extensive advertising campaign carried on by the manufacturers of "Maish" comforters has made this brand familiar by name
at least to most people. W'e are sole agents in New Westminster
for Maish comforters and we tire ready at any time to point out
their superior qualities. You will tind them just tis advertised. They
are filled with pure white cotton as light and fluff) as eiderdown at
half the cost. Coverings are of fast colored silkollnes in light and
dark grounds, with or without border design; si/es 60x72, 6G. 72 and
72x72, with  prices ranging from, $2.25 to $4.75
A Complete Stock
of Blankets
White, grey iind colored blankets in the best Canadian makes.
There is great variety in the qualities, sl/.es and weights tis might
be expected. Both all wool and union blankets are here In almost
every si/e. We show the various lines in weights ranging from five to
ten pounds, with prices ranging from, per pair  $3.50 to $10.75
Our Special This   Week
$4.00 Per Pair
Thirty-six pairs of a large sized white wool blanket bougbl Bpeclal-
ly as ;i leader in the blanket section. Most stores would ask $4.50
to $.">.iin per pair for the same blankets, our special price this week,
per pair $4.00
Reynier
Kid Gloves
Every Pair Guaranteed.
We experience great i
faction   in    selling     Ri
kid   gloves.     Our   cusl n  ���
ask for them in    Inert .
numbers, if you ha*e not   i
worn  Reynier gloves, trj    a
pair;  you will then be able
to   judge   of their   splendid
wearing ability,
$1.25 PER  PAIR.
Reynier infanta and Leila
gloves with t wn clasp In tan
blown and black only;  Blzc
:,\.  to 7V4.
$1.50 PER  PAIR.
Raynler   Bonneval    Glace
kid. in shades of tan, hi ow ....
mode, grey, green, cardinal,
navy and hlack, .also washable  white:   all  si/es, a1-,,  to
$1.75 PER PAIR.
Reynier Suzette Glace kid,
hand sewn, three clasp, In
tan, brown nnd black, also
"Vlso" in white, tan and
black with pearl clasps tind
heavy embroidered back,-.
Pique sewn.
Our Special
Cape Kid
Gloves
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Per
Pair.
Splendid .loves for km"
about wear, heavy ln welgl
strung  and  durable;   shown
iri  calf tan only;   sl/cs '1    tu
7 inches.
Silk Lined
Mocha
$1.75 and $2.00 Per Pair.
Very    comfortable   glove
being silk lined to the verj
tip of the lingers, shown in
tan and hrown Perrin'.-,
make; si/es 6 to 7 inches.
'. S. COLLISTER & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER     LAND
TRICT.
DIS
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE notice that. I. William Robert I)h k. of Vancouver, B. ('.; occupation real estate dealer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post, planted
about twenty chains north from the
southwest corner of Timher Lease
38760, Texudu Island, thence west
eighty Chains, thence south eighty
chains t hence east eighty chains,
tlience north eighty (hains to point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM    ROBERT   DICK.
Vancouver, B, ('., September ti,
min.
A BARGAIN
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
Six roomed house with stable in rear on two
lots, on corner of lane and 100 foot frontage,  on
main street and half a block from car.
$3,000.00, easy terms.
Apply S. S.       P. O. Box 29
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL. & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Vjy o.
THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
House wiling a specialty, All orders
given prompt attention, and night
calls answered,
Phones 761  and 581.
Office:    -    -    -     435 Columbia Street.
Dr. Hatherly
Eye Sight Specialist
CnrpH beadacbel and nervousness
by special ground glasses,. During
tbe eight years eHtabllahed ln New
Westmlnnter be had received hundred, of testimonials from satisfied
patients. Optical parlors. Hamley
block, filM Columbia street.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
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