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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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FlWPEWRITERS
fandard   Make $5  Per   Month.
MITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NE WWKSTMINSTER,  B.C., THURSDA  YMORNING,  NOVEMBER  24,  1910.
PRICE  FIVE CENTS.
flltf IIC KllUD
B. TRAIN AinAiiit
CIIIPPEN MADE ATTEMPT
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James Smith, Logger, has
Both Legs Out Off by
C.P.R. Engine.
Tiiele.lesp body of James Smlt'.i, a
Tn .
,Aim_i
r��EAT TKE GALLOWS
Caught  Preparing to Open Vein with
Broken Spectacles Shortly  Before
Hour Set for Execution.
I.' ndun, Nov
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LIBERAL ANNUAL MEETING THIS  EVENING.
Ail Liberals of this city and district are invited to attend the
annua] meeting of the Westminster Liberal association which is to
be held ln the club rooms, above tlie Daily News ofiice, at eight
o'clock this evening.
The election of officers and other matters of considerable interest will occupy  the attention of those present.
24.���According to    a
stury published in the Dally Express
today,    Dr.    n.    H,    Crippen    made
ppoaed to be from Victoria,   an abortive attempt to commit suicide
m picked up
chort distance off Hat. ic station
yesterday morning. It was evident
that he had 1,ecn 6truck an<l killcd
bstantly by a C
on the C. P. R. tracks
P. IL train, though
on Tuesday night, a few hours befoie
the time set for the expiatiou of tlie
murder of Utile Elmore.
Tlie  guards  on  the   death     watch
noticed that Crippen was tossing rest-
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fOUR TEAMS ENTER    I AMERICA IS READY TO
MUTINY BREAKS OUT ON    j
BRAZIL'S DREADNAUGHT
BIG MERGER OE
HARRIMAN LINES
Crew     Revolts     Against     Officers-
Trouble    Said    to     Have    No
Political Significance.
CITY SOCCER LEAGUE
t train could not be discovered, j l'ssly in bed. On Investigating they
The lenmins were taken to Missicjn, found he had broken the lenses (if
.we an Inquesl  was held by Corn-j bis spectacles and    was    apparently
trying to open  a vein.    The  bioken
glas.   was taken  away  from  him.
Crippen   made   no   comment   when
the guards searched his bed.
Friends  of  Ethel   LeNeve  say  she
.. pr Btewart yesterday afternoon
The jury returned a verdict of accidental death. Not bin.; is known of
Smith's family and tlie body is being
yd nt Mission   until   Inquiries   are
made.
Smith was a man about thirty-five   will  begin  life anew  in America un-
rears of &P^ >���������*��� lmd 1)een employed ! der  an  assumed  name.
at logging  camps  near   Mission     for
some time    I>r. Thrift, of Abbotsford,	
gave evidence that  Smith had    been   MILLION-DOLLAR   BASEBALL
treated hy him for epilepsy, and had a
High School, City Team,
Rangers and Car Shops
Will Arrange Schedule.
TAKE HAND IN STRUGGLE
London, Nov. LM.���Reports have
been received here by business
bouses that the Brazilian fleet has
mutinied. A despatch from Barrow-ln-
Kurness  says    the    mutineers    have   . (
eute-pd Rio de Janeiro, the capital cf   la,e  today  made
Brazil
Incorporated Company Has
Capital Stock oi $50,000,000
���Portland Headquai ters.
Portland.    Xov.    23.���The    Oregon
Railroad    and    Navigation    company
official    announce-
,....���... ment that  all Cue  i landman lines in
U.S.   TrOOpS   Are   Mobilized!     London,  Nov.  24.-���Business at  Rio  thc   Pacific  Northwest, including the
' de Janeiro is reported to be Buspend- Xorth   Coast  Ilai)road  companv,   but
*..     the   situation     is  regarded    as  excepting the  Southern  Pacific  com-
Along   Mexican   Border,
Prepared for Emergencies
critical. Negotiations are proceeding
ue: rt eon the Officers on slioie and
the mutineers on board the ships.
The Brazilian legatio i here states
that the mutiny has no politic il significance.     Tlie   crew   of  the   Dread-
[ev,- da.s before become unconscious
��s the result of an epileptic fit. This
malady to which lie was subject Is
siiprofeil to liave been the indirect
1.'.'.,. ol i Is death. It is thought that
be was seized with a Bt and fell In a
faint on the track.
He had told some of his acquaint
ances that he was on his way to New
v ister in enter the hospital
there and it is presumed that he was
walking along the track to Hatzl ��� sta-! fans
ton when he met hls death.
PAF;K FOR BOSTON RED SOX
EACI'.S UP DR. SHEARER.
Boston. Nov. 22.���There is to be
class to the new park the Boston ReJ
Sox 1 American league > are to eventually play In. According to all reports the club Is going to spend about
a million dollars in erecting a thiee-
decker grandstand, with all modern
improvements which wil] seat 35)000
Naturally everything about the
new grounds in the stands and fence
line is to be concrete. The dressing
rooms and other accommodations for
the spectators are to be tlie tinest ln
pany's line and tie radvead water-
lines subsidiary to it, have been
mer. ed into one company to be
known as the Oregon nnd Washington Railroad and Navigation company.
The articles of incorporation of the?
new company name Portland as    the
, ,  prli"lpal p!a"e of business.
United States side of the Rio Grande.! iJi'TcTL, rnl 2?*���* hi   �����      The capita* st0<* is *50.000.000 antl
heie rrom Hai row- was sent by    one  the  hw.nTOnratn�� im m    t   u,,ih^,-
On the Mexican side evervthing   is  of  the   engineers   from    that     ol-ice incorporators ate M.  J.  Bulkley,
j       t-        vi   me  euMneeis.   num    mm.    pi.ice  general superintendent of the O   R
the   High   officially reported tranquil, the terri- j who   accompanied   the   .Unas  Geiras  & n    S   R   Miller    general    freight
Sao Paolo from England to Brazil.      ; aeent' ���i the'same company, and "
Koehler.
At an enthusiastic meeting of tliose '     Laredo,  Texas,  Nov.  23.���For    the
nterested   in   the     develo;ment     cf   first  time    since    the    revolutionary  nought has mutinied against tlie ofi'i-
, soccer last night it was decided    to j movement against    Mexico    assumed  eers.    The government has taken the
form   a  city   league   with   four    and   definite form, troops moved along the  neces8i">'  steys  to  restore order.
E.  R. car
possibly six clubs.
These will lie the B. C
shops,   Westminster   City,
scdiool  and  the  Rangers.    The bank  tory   covered  reaching    from    Malta-
clerks and Columbian college will be   moros to Ciudadportorlo Diaz, a dist-
notified    of    the    formaden    of the' anee of about 800 miles,
league and if they  wish to come ln      General  Lauro  Villaro  is  in
they  will  he  welcomed. ���     ,    . .,       ���,    ��� .
mand of the    Mexican    forces
A     committee     consisting    of    E.' ,.  .  _. ,      v. ,       ,
�� Matamoros   to   Neuvo   Laredo
Murchie, 11.  Ashworth, C.  Albutt,  R.
McMillan and A. G. Beaton was
R.
com-
from
and
j t'olonel Rlcardo Pcna ls in charge of
I}"  tlie  territory   extending  through   che
pointed to arrange tiie schedule an.l     . <���  ... , ,  _,    ,   ,,
' ,, ���    . ,  ., " states  of  Neuvo  Leon  and  Coahul.a.
other details.
LONDON   MEDICAL
STUDENTS   SUSPENDED
LETTER FROM LAURIER.
Tbe intention is to give evelyone
In the city a chance to i lay, but ;t
the same time the ler gue will be
strictly enough goveined to keep up
unflagging interest ur.t'l the end of
tlie  season.
All those at. the meeting last, night
were enthusiastic about the ide t and
London, Ont.. Nov. 23.���As a result Premier Sends Good Wlsh���� for Sue-
of  the   war   declared   yesterday   be- cess of Fraser Milts Bazaar.
tween stu.lents of the first and second      The following letter,   accompanied
year at the Western Medical college, by   a  contribution  of ?20,  has  been
nearly 100 men  of tlie first and sec- received from Sir WiRrid Laurier by
General   Villaro   had   advices   from ' ond years were suspended indefinitely Mme. S. Paquette, of Fraser Mills:
view   of   the
(lie   land,   and   when   th.e   giound   is
I*. Dr. Chown,   of   Toronto.   Com- compleled Boston expecU to De lead-,bV'
mentt on  Sh.irre  of   Winmoeo. .   ., f      tanrv Ivill vards   The     , h' ,   '* '" *������ *���*���-���-*���  > < Rnc'e P-ss
T    ���i      *:0*    23 "1     liavc    be,-.     '" 7 5 .  .       ,V i   tlVl>'  Bome of ,hc Roves on most  ol   '
1 ' '"     -���������     '    "avf    "<ea  Boston tans hav..! patronized the Bed ..... teams'   \   i
���   country so much    thai    1; Sox wonderfully well ever since the
ble to folio* the oon- American  league  invaded the town,
tween Vr. Shearer ami the aml  owner  Taylor  intends
Wluii icipal    authorities    in  tlum ,lie ,10S, in 1)l0
������. .     ��� e social evil in tbat city.L^eclatlon tor their loj
,,; ' '  '       '" doubt a' a.l about the i      ..,,���    ,.,,    ,    ,   ;.  ,r_i���_
, . , ,. Ine cl ib, to >. is going to mane uo
S-..-S. ��� ��� ���:   ti let, v.''���>
r-   ���
i '* '.. inl    ti,e
jhis detachments today that quiet pre-'1''1* (mo,:nin^ fd "���   parading   the
I .streets  m  htgh   glee.      The  trouble
��� valled- I started over the attitude of the fresh-
Like advices have been received by les,  who,  on account of their large
, Colonel Pena at Cluadporfotio Diaz,    'numbers,  were very haughty toward
The border is unusually well guard-1 ^e �����*���< , T\;is was, keen>>' rese:n-
' , . ed, and yesterday a pitched battle oc-
el on the American side, a cordon of  cuned     Wl0���   ,he  raen  cumc  ba(,k
there is no doubt that the league will Midlers patroUinf from   Brownsville this   year   the   faculty   made   them
' ''���'*����� t-.aj.le Pass. \e*sa on agreement not to engage hi
In
Ottawa, le 10 Novembre, 1910.
Chere Madame:
Jal l'honneur d'acruser reccntion de
votre lettre et je m'empresse de vous
adresser la enntnvution mr vou i
trouverez sous pli, e'est a dire la
Bomme do \ingt dollars.
,le regrette que mon court passage
a New Westminster ne m'ait pas per-
mls do visiter rn.es compatviotes ile la
;     o:s  regarding ^.L^^^,0:,^:1.'!1.10^0" riI.altY o{ province de Quebec qui sent etablfes
Beaton, who was I    -���  �� forfeiting their term fees.    The siu-
, appointed secretary of the committee, the  mobilisation of an  armed  force dents were unable to keen quiet   Now
, will Write to the secretary of the  1*.
dans cette looalito.
Acceptez  pour vous et.    pou*-
s souhaits  dc
tends"to    Sive^1!V'TlV,V^t^^''^f,:Mvh;,Ct  3����  ln8UrgentB  at   MU('r;l' T���they declare they will go to work in  to~ ZTJZtoZ
to* -' o' <+ what Skit toat SrS^pVopoSt P��^ Br��w*^ ***. *�� ��� de" SS " ""  ta"".ces'
yal patronage. | wll, liavo (,n ,,,e amateur ,..l,;l.,  0f'3nrtment  at  Washington  today  and]            Croyea moi
ng to make ��e-; those taking part,                              I received'a reply    that,   the    United ��^S^
eui
sue
rorls to land a winner tor      At  thc meeting  it   w&s  decide!  to1  .,���.���.   mn larv forces at Fort  Mcln-',
The Red Po:< during the; allow  ench   temi   to  i l.;n  on   iVteen'
EIQHTV.YEAR-OLD  HUNTER.
bien.
Votre tout rtevone,
vviLPum LAxrantR.
Madame S. Paquettn, Fraser  Mils.
B.  C.
in.
ins LEAD1N6 IN CONTEST
AT ROMAN CATHOLIC BAZ\AR
foul
jei
ers were asked on eight of the   Sjx government   of
yesterday, and perhaps the most, si.- power  to   dls.M
prising was tliat Joe Wood, tie ,��nl- any  rough  work  oi
er, headed the list.    Wood is a good any  of the games  wl.l  net te tole:
si.binnn. but  in allowing him   to go ated.                                                         ^ut_^___nMM. "                          :    Rohe,t  p���*"-  ccmmercltl   trave
to thoroughly Home and   borne  gemes    will    be millur ^utoorma.                       .^ i       ^ ^                     ^.^^ fi  ,
,���, ,;,. ,i .1, and gel together a played so that  with one game every |    Dee atel,es  mn           ltho,ltios aie  had been m one week f,.om apoplexy.
ti-e   iraoue      it      !,��<,   regarding  the    outbreaks,    une    i'.^-   mm a  nuiu  ne  ien.    .ueuie.i   ,^:-.-,- ini/Pinniir   nDFVri
no   unv   .la^r     nd  SSS today  told a Bt.ry that thee  anee could not be secure! for ho,rs   J   ^ff^SlKOIVO DRfcArL
a '.',. ue I    was treason within the ranks of the The  fracture  was  not reduced  until
Mexican army and that nineteen ofti-  Mr. Neilson was brought here.   He is j
cets had been shot by order of   the eighty years ofjige.
MEMS WORLD'S RECORD
Prchihition    Plebiscite    ShovKs  West-
""inster   Is   Not   Particularly
Anxious to Go "Dry."
The ladles of St. Peter's Roman
CatfcoUc cathe Iral opened what promises to be a very successful three-day
bawar In St. Patrick's hall yester-
day afternoon, the proceeds of which
Taylor evidently wants
shake up the club and get together a  played so that  with one game every
band that will pull and work together, week the league fixtures will be over oa��� -ndnavorln.     to    proton ,
,.   . n   .!,���  ovnltament   at   the  before  the  end   of  the  winter,  even  strenuously endeavoring    w    v
During all  the excitement   at u ^  ^   ^ _   .    ^ ^ Amedcnn8 BnJ    that    in    many     n" ��� ALEXANDEr>  MORRISON
stances the police   as    well    as   the( ACCEpTS NOMINATION |
K,.;iu Nationals, asking for a series j    There   was     Bome    trouble    abbut' JJJJJJj^ -property    of  Americans)
Ked Sox headquarters a challenge ar- Jf  the  first   game
lived   fiom   President   Dovey   of  the  two wcaks from this date.
There   was     some    troubl
Aviator  Scars  9970  Feet  Above  the"
Earth, Beating Previous Record
by 25C Feet.
of games for next spi lng, but Taylor! selecting    the    referees.      Secretary  ��"-"*r^��  "*r��ered'to shoot down any |    Vancouver, Nov. 23.���Al the Domin.
declined tlie issue, claiming thai the | Beaton held that none of the players  t-^1 , . . i.......
contests would  not  be
protl.able  so  should  be allowed  to  referee, but  H  wi ��2fSj^ "
early in the year for Uoston.
was found difficult to get non-players
who would make  good lel'erc-os, and
the contention was dropped.   The fol-
Hiahway  Robbery Case. .lowing   we:e   the   men  selected,  tl.e
Adam Postello, a Pole charged with   games they officiate at to be decided
the robbery of Sutjah Singh, a Hindu,  by  the committee  when  It draughts
or their property.
Philadelphia,    Nov.     23.���J.     Arit-
acin't i      .  ,ur      i    p.    <r anneared in  the  police  court  yester-  the  schedule:     P.  Sampher.  H.  Ash-
S le V ���, ^._'^T -il'tt S5S afier    bearing    some of the! worth. T. Mahoney, C. Albutt and F.
N ladles   ",.   e d in-     h       assist-1 evidence the case was adjourned unt, , o. Canfield.
"W   bv    oneraUnK      the      vwlOUs'tWs mornlltf.   The plaintiff Identified j    At the close of the meeting it was
Mrs   Goulet, I Poitello as the man who robbed hlm,l decided to send delegates to the U. C
booths Fnncy sewln
���Mls Samson and Mrs. Shadwell;
plain Bewing, Mrs. Bilodeau, Mrs.
Bow^r. and Mrs. Ca;rcll; delicates-
*", Mra Lewis, Mis. Muniihan and
���N,v Morrow; high tea, Mrs. Leamy,
';' Aimstrong and Miss Freeze;
U,"'J Mrs Humphrey, Mrs. MeUlis-
u    nnd  Mi.    i   i).,i.i.     .... _   *,���,���   t
mphrsy, Mrs. M
;i;. .1. Held; toys, Mrs
?cl|r��) and Miss J, Walsh; candy,
. '', ' der> Mra. Lavery and Mis.
:,'.;'"''<��� Ash pond and novelties, tlie
,; ' ��� of Mary, he.uled bv
���; ; Carroll
Posgiblj the chief in'crent centres
"' the mock plebiscite on tho ques-
. '���'"'! rohlbltion. Fnllke the veal
voters have to pay  for    their
it J, . . Hutton, who saw the affair
while admitting that Postellj resembled the assailant, could not
positively Identify him. Adam S.
.lohnston uppeared for the rlalntlff
nnd .1. W. '>H. Funis, oi' Vancouver,
for the dtftntlunt.
A.   I'.,  which    purposes    holding    a in^
neeting here towards the end oi the
olest Americans  jon i,.,n \ast Bigbt a large number of j
rateparers  assemble!  to   present    a .���������,;,
petition to Alexander  Morrison, ask- strong Drexel broke the worlds aMi-
ou|T   lng him t> stand  as a  eandid-*e in  tlon   record   ln    flight    from    Point
WCULD'NT   DRINK, HAD  TO  QUI   . the mayora)ty    contest in  the forth-  Breeze this afternoon. The barograph
T~i     rial., ���f the'cnmlng munlci,,!!l    election.    S.'.enr   recorded 9!>70 feeL
Why Port Arthur Lost a Ch.sf of the culoglBtlc  speeches    were    delivered previous recoH, 9714 feet,.
Fiie    Department. and uml,i ere:lt enthusiasm Mr. Mor-      lue uest pretiom recw . sui iwl
,  ,,*���',��� n���iiv News   of a iison publicly  acceded to the wishes  was   made   by   the late Ralph John-
T'U-   P,7e       r tain    an  interesting of his many friends. stone on October 31 at Belmont patk
recan    flat '  Vomer    Torontonlaa      W. .I. McMillan p,esi-��ed over    the  -
,ei.oir.ce   to   ������ meeting   and   the   petition   presented
andexv-�� ten  of the tern.       , ^   MoiTUon  showed   more fnaflj
formerly' 400 mimes subscribed bv  a'l  classes
BAXTER���RUNACRES.
Trouble  with  Sewer.
Most of the Eighth   sireet
is
sew ei-
oit    a
M, s s'stcm. recently laid down
'" and tbis it  Is thought
Bandy bottom,
week.' Xtl. Beaton and .1. Shawcross chief of Ibe Pnri
were   appointed     delegates     to   thl-* '"
meeting and they will    endeavor
find out just where thei Roversi stand �����;;���-���, T!init; Methodist church;
with the governing body ot atnateui ��-.-��-.< - ��- ���
BPOVtS.
.'int    tnr.os   Armstrong,      . .    .,
""" Arthur lire depart- of  the community..  Organization  was
a clique  taken up and a central e>eou'j e   t
A aulet wedding was solemnized inr
Holy Trinity cathedral by Hev. Canon
JS nient. *. ^^ff^S^ SSSUwK ^^'in con uncUbn  ���m   on   Tuesday,    wher    Ml33
*! SSSSnftnS^'S.^ft. { VTlth the ward commute^ Caroline  B��te^^JlJg*j-��
ild:
'One of the
New  Italian Service.
Boston,  Nov.  23.���Tbe nev
urn steamer Sunt' Anna, the
last e.ir.iug.    He nam.      v,..-= ��.  ~.-,
beu men  loK  Arthur ever had  wafl|
'forced to IWH  b>   -l  cli iue.    .lames
Armstrong vtt. a staunch man.
14,000 would  not  illtnl   and  he bad t.) get
largest, 0U(     He has f<ne to Kingston and is
qiiitlam,  became thc  bride of Philip
Osborne Plunkett Is Dead. William Runacies, of this city.
Vqwouver   ^ov- :'i- 'i;i,ornr -]������*.���    The bride,  who wore a travelling
He  kett. ono of the hest known Conser- costume nnd hat of grey, was filven
vatlves of this city,    died
of acute  away by ber father and wan attended
Ot fastest and  tinest  Kicihm sic.mei   in  d,,,,,-   well      Some   people
will
yesterday engaged In
���ible
if tnis theory
1 "' "   instead of being In a poBl- bottom of the tro
,;! "" demand  payment     Late last to PMveJ to he <��� nor. it ^>   ;
: ; b vreta were decidedly In ad- <*Ssary to conrtrwrt a_co   . t        e
'" '���-'��� the drvs, and  judging by to carry the souei_  No ��"wug^
assiduity   with   which   the   chief  being ev,.erl,-nce.l v   h     <��� �������
��!toPalgner   collected    vi.tes.    It    ts W-* to "nfllng outlet b> waj
lH-   tbat the r.nal result  will be ,i:M" street sewer.	
:. )"r   Mow   to   Dr.     Sicucer.     The;
vniea u, be rallied for are many i.i
s.'"ll'r and  In some    (.asesi    0{ (.011.
'..'''���il!,1(; value. One of t'icra ts rather I
Porter  Acquitted,
daw,     Nov
but
d  1
( Port Arthur anl jeal
pneumonia in  his apartments at    the
... ��  Vancouver  hotel  yesterday    evening.
He was In  his    fortieth    year.    Mr.
fhe ff atbVeaUcBoraeraof &T an'd ] .^TetUtorraneai trade, sailed today ��Vit'.'. Bhould not talk thisi way^ ..... ^^ (_n(i (;j )|ip ,���,,P!.!(t,>s ���,
! '   ' ! Workmen on her maiden trip rrom Boston   to Oiese thtn.B rre on m> heart and i
I li e ni the corner
Lome  lm'ing  ,lvcn_ ^ _t UlQ ..   ^ dlre(Jt    The Saur Annll wa8  .|IM ;, ,,,_,..,
launched ii February of this year and 0us df her cHiacter nnd reputation.
made her llrst westward trip across' "";���,r���i,rcTm��
SOCIALISTS   ASK   QUESTIONS.
thc Atlantic in August.
s;'iil.    It  ts ;i  [fame composed of
ilu" 300n odd
to"<"i Into
]j1'11""". us to form something in tha
f^'1'1" ol a thickset, hedge. In the
��,"..'!' ;"(> a 'tunibcr of lacrosse photo-
t,'''"^ Thla Lame was displayed
Men ''WU ,own stove some time ago,
tentio 'l   illtlac;ted   considerable
lecos ol' cedar dove
one  another  In  such    a
o form sometliin
a thickset hedge.
ai-
Moos
named Lynn- charge*
forming a lady passenger OJlfi-
U. train for the purpose o theft, and
v.1Ul intcnt to endanger buma life
wns given a verdict of not gulltj at
the iissLes here today,
C6mmonvve.-.ltli  Accepts.
Melbourne. Nov. 23.���-The   Suggestion of the Imperial government   that
the Imperial  conference should meet
on May 22 has been accepted by the
..-A   porter Commonwealth  government.
With    ciiloro
Kaiser's Spee:hes to Be Criticized by
German Party.
Podin. Nov. 23.���The Hiecbtsae te-
convened yesterday.    The    Socialists
the  t'onservatlvo  convention   In   Nel
son last wee'.:,  and wns elected  sec- mother
o:id vice-i resident of tlie association
Saloonkeeper Runs Amok.
by Miss Runacres, a sister of the
groom. Christopher Haxter. tt brother
of the bride, acted aa best man.
After the ceremony a receptlorv
was held at the home,of the .room's
11 Queen's avenue, the
rooms being prettily decorated wltb
chrysanthemums, autumn leave:*.
roses und trailing plants.
Among those    piesent    were   the
Newcastle, Colo., Nov. 23.���William bride's parents and sisters, Mr. anl
Griffith, a saloonkeeper, enraged    at Mrs.    George    Mailer.    Rev.   Cansti
hls conviction for assault, ran amuck d'Easum, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson,
on the stieets here tins evening, si.n Mr.  and  Mrs.  Dashwood-Jones,    Mr.
announced thai they would put in ln- ,)n , kil]eil one mnn an, bn(1iy ..ound- and Mrs. H. O. Howe, Miss Patterson-
terpe'.latlons regarding the recent e(, two ot|,e,s He is now baniculrl (Chilliwack), and Mlas Lamonda
speech by the Emperor, and the other  ,n a room ln t],e ji,ITlt.    \*\m-\-    nnd  Ewln
shooting    through    fie    winc'ov
Rnilv/ay  Appointment.
ot"'t booths display a large v.ulety
of ����� l6S .many of them examples
great ''^'^'nanship, and lene t
ai'iiiv're'Ut on tl,e generosity nnd
tl'em    "f Ule  la(1Ies    who    donated
m. yallahan's orchestra supplies the
ths J' arul l,iei'e ls a side  sh.iw foi
���'��<��h.er generation,
out ?^50 was teallzed yesterday,  the >eai
r.no
employ-
Messenger Boys on Strike.
��-        v���,i,      Nov    22.���About
New   \oik,     ���*���"'������   ***���
messen-er bovs of some t**)**
liJffilXniWlo-oftheWJJ
.m i'nion Telegraph company struck
today.
Brandon Divine III.
dealing with the causes of high prices
ot meat' and what   the    government evervone W!,0 approaches
Montreal   Nov.  .3.���David Cromble proposed to do to alleviate conditions,
has been  appointed assistant to tlie P.oth subjects are expected   to   lead
vice-president of the    Grand    Trunk to animated debates.
railway.    The   appointment    became ���	
effective today.    Cromble   his    been Danger.
for the last.three years assistant to *      Nov23.-Queen    Eliza-
W. W. Brownlee, general manager of .^"^'has been suffering from a
transportation. serious attack of bronchitis, was re
nt      The groom's gift to tbe bride was nr
gold watch and   chain,    while   the
brides gilt to the groom was a gold
scarf pin.
i    The happy couple left en a rhort
He- honeymoon trip to the Sound cities.
Wlnnlper.  Nov. 23.���Dev.    n-
Mattos, rector of St. Mary's church,  after which  they tvVl teke m�� their
Brandon,  is   seriously   111  with    an residence here on Plfth avenue:
abcesB ln the head. ,  '���	
ported yesterday to be out of danger.
Baseball Meeting.
I Lady Maccabees Meet
The death occurred ut thc Royal The Ladles of the Macahee* bell ft
Columbian hospital yesterday of Nor sorlal afternoon In the Odd fWlowe'
man Harris, of Chilliwack. Mr. Harris ball yesterday afternoon, in honor of
Winnipeg,   ,Nov,V,;;jno*";vMhi?l"niThfl <*fe car and sleeper
bowd'bowed a deficit of |18,000 tor ^ ^ ^ ^^
Spread Rail Causes Wreck. I
Regina, Nov. 23.���A spread rail was
responsible  for  wrecking the  south-     Next Monday night at eight o'clock was a young married man and leaves the Hrthday of thre�� ��t ttelr iron-
bound Canadian Northern train from ,   t,    Provlnce office the City Base- '���* w'fe and small child. He was taken ber, Mrs. Fales. *An. HM   and Mra.
'   ' -���-���' to the hospital some weeks ago suf- Jackson.   There waa none aaa   re-
i    .hm Mole douhu v......���    -----.---��� ln tne rrovi
l��� the H��'^ annual Ptlnce Albert at Bethune last night.
Nov.     .3.���-ine    n������� __,^ .   0|.��nor     worn   An.   "���*���*   league
will hold a meeting    to
were de- u,m ���*���*���*<*** W1" ��u'u �� ��"">����6    - fe,ing f,.om typhoid fever.    Arrange- fresbments,  and th��
for' ranedTthe balance of the train com- wind up the affairs of the league tor ments for the funeral have not. yet were  presented
.the season. ( ,. jbcen ma.'e. the occasion.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   NOVEMBER
.^_1^^      HATT COOK   fisTEfcouNCiL
be   referre
1   to   the   LOW.
WANTED.
\. A.M v.O���STEADY DRIVER, MUST |
know the town.    Apply P. Burns &
Co.
The  Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
BURNABY.
WANTED���A  GIRL  FOR  GENERAL]
housework.     Apply   to   3U1   Queens
avenue.
"WANTED���TWO WORKING MEN
wish board and rcom in pi ivate
family. Reply stating terms to
Box d. G.. Daily News.
WANTED���POSITION   ON   FARM,   7
years  experience  in general    farming.     Address   H.   N
News.
cave    Daily
'WANTED���TO  RENT,  FIVE OR SIX I
room  house,  furnished.      Must    be
close   to   business   district.      State j ,0AgD    0F   TRADB_NEW WLS'l
527   Front  St.,   New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Con-
Crete and  Modern  Building  Construe-!
tion.    Telephone SOU.
Room   13   Dominion  Trust   Building.   ',
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
North   Arm   road
Board of Works.
Mrs. Atkinson applied for sidewalk
on tlie south side of Third avenue
opposite   her   property.
Resolved that the matter lie referred to Councillors Stride and   Coldi-
RECORD    FOR
UNFILLED   TONNAGE
An adjourned meeting of tlie coun-!cutt.
was held in the Municipal hall oni    Moved ���.._...._
'onded   by   Councillor   Coldicutt   that, -   .     . .
thi��   �����nril   endorse  the   petition   of: compared with an unfilled tonnage of
I a* 4 r o a no    *��    Or.,.,
New York. Nov. :':;.���A new low record for unfilled tonnage was shown
today by the United States Corporation. The books of tlie corporation,
sec.lit was announced, showed an unfilled
tonnage on October 31 of 2,871,949, as
would have shown     ������
���Steel   official .' -V    i
that   under the _i,i    ,
818   'W
pany  business wa8 considered^
I lied tonnage orders. ;n UN
WANTED
RING.  NOT   WlFE
When   She   Satisf ed   _���-   �����
Sent    It,    Doherty
���J
3,168,106 on September 30 last. The
previous low record for unfilled orders was 3,027,436 tons on September 30, 1904.
i    Chairman Gary, of tlie Steel Corpor-
iatlon. made public the following state- cated his wife at the
m
ent regarding the unlillod tonnage:
D    ar'J   Hid
Detroit. Nov. 23.-d, p*"*
tobacco salesman  of Guelnl   ,
her<> tn unoi-r.ii ..* ii     .." . vun..
1:
in
lere in search of his wife ., _Y3
ien>,' Vu. l6ft him ���'' '      r
narried life of five wee
���aled his wife al  M  1-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
price and particulars.
News.
WANTED���A  FIRST    CLASS    FURNISHED    room,    with    or without
board.    Apply  Box 81,  Daily
Office.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG SCOTCH-j
man a position on a ranch. Applj ,
Hox  10  Daily  News Office.    	
Box M��� Daily I U1jnster ~Board o{ Trade meets ;n tnt
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at -a p.m. Annua,
meetings on the third Thursday o:
February. New members may b>
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
News
 by Councillor   Rumble,
Saturday,  November  10,  1910. ' this" council   endorse   thc   petit
Present His Worship Reeve Byrne,, t)ie  Burrard   Inlet  Tunnel and Bridge
Councillors  Stride,  Coldicutt,   McKee, j company   to   the   Dominion   govern-
Hill and Rumble. -'ment for a grant of 1300.000 towards
_ , ., ,   ,.! the  construction  of  the  Second   Nar-
The minutes ot  the meetings held , bridge
on November 10th and 14th were read     Moved  by Councillor  Rumble,  sec-
���ind approved. : onded  by  Councillor  McKee that  the
Communications   were   received   as! blacksmith     helper     and     caretaker
follows- itake all  sharp  tools  and   bring   back i   ;^	
ond and Point Grev Board of all   tools  to  be   sharpened,  and   that jthe comparison is somewhat mislead- hud disappeared while
joint   meeting   of I tbey   use   the   municipal   horse   and I">�� ��"*���������" the bass has been chang-  road, taking a valuable diamond
inhn   government'He   for   that   purpose,   and   that   tho'^ to show only orders received fro,,,  and   a  Bum   of  nionev   i.~   5fl "��*
i from council on | blacksmith   have   charge   and   be   responsible.
The   Board   of   Works   report   was
received   as   follows:
1.    C.   It.   Cordon   and   W.   S.   Rose
attended in regard rock pile on  Dou-
"This   is   apparently   the    smallest a protest with G. O,  r.   j     l'"?1*1
.'amount ever shown on the books, hut  Hon Inspector, alleging "--' ��� ���   ***������
Riclim
Trade    suggesting ^^^^^^^^^^^^
delegates    to    Dominion   government
with  representatives
L'^nd  inst.  at Board of Trade rooms.
New Westminster.
Councillors   McGregor   and   Rumble
i and the reeVe to attend
^ and brother-in-law.'0 He ��r!       J
im
that l,i3 wlfe
:- the
���Mrs.
Provincial secretary acknowledging
[application for $10,000 grant towardsUlas  I0ad- antl  if   v-'ils arranged  that
Received | "'ey    should    meet     committee     of
WANTKD���A CHILDREN'S NURSE
for four months. Apply Mrs. Dr.
.Tones, 48 Royal avenue.
PROFESSIONAL.
repair  on  Boundary   road
and filed.
Ratepayers' association for ward G
to know if construction of sidewalk
on Westminster road would be commenced both at Central Park and Edmonds at once.
Clerk to reply that contractors
would   commence   at   Boundary    road
i chairman of Board of Works, Councillors Hill and the engineer at two
o'clock at Douglas road tram station
on   Wednesday,   -3rd   inst.
Communication were received
from  tbe  following:
2. John McLeod anl others requesting roadway between D. L. 150
and 175 t3 be cleared from Bounda
companies outside of  our  own  Inter- informed  the inspector a
es.s. band  that,  she had  a *
"On   the   old    basis    the    showing  tbat  she had  Bent   blm the
would be 3, 583,990 tons aa of October     Doherty departed
31.   The low figures heretofore shown no further callms to     ��� "
were 3,027,436  tons as of September he said  she had, and . T'^l
30, 1904, but on the present basis they  he had no desire foi IllatloiL
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply
street, City.
MARTIN-
Westminster offlces, Rooms
Guichon block, corner Columbia and I    	
Vancouver   Of | bim tha* the council do not feel dis
tribution  of  2b  per  cent
the  cost
208 Front
FOR SALE���ON EASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate jiossession. Apply Owner, Box 279
City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh stieets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apolr  71.   Trew  <j'.re��'
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished   bedroom   suitable   for   two |
gentlemen.    Apply at. . :;3 8th St.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED!
loom  suitable  for  two.    Handy  to
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth
��� treet
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
'oli'ml't.   stieet  and Daikson
Barristers and Solicitors .
and S ' P(l by Councillor Coldicutt that lette	
be  written   to   Mr.   Amos   Informing|having received as  much  as   5u  per
McKenzie   streets;    Vancouver   ot j oun  ma-, me tuuuvu uu u.t i^*=, u..-.cent-
flees,   Williams   building.   41   Gran i pose 1  to grant  his  request and that      3-    D-   Harris   and   others   petition
vllle   street.     F.  C.   Wade,   K.   C.   In future tbe fees for Deputy return-
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E   ing officers acting at polling stations
Martin. other than the Municipal hall be |7.50
mmmamaaam** \ but fees for deputy returning officers
at Municipal ball be $r>. !antl tbat steps would be taken to put
W. .1. Holdon, requesting road to be.same down as soon as possible,
cleared   in  front of  lots   10  and    11.      4-    Ila   J-   Warmsley   to    know    if
block  1,  D.  L.  127 and  lots  1  and 2, water  system   would  be  installed  b)
block 4, D. L. 127.    Referred to Coun-1the sPring. ^|
cillor for the ward and the engineer.',
F.   L.   Macpherson   requesting   per-1
mission      to      temporarily      appoint j
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
It. T. PRINCE, expert accountant and
auditor.    Agent for th3  Hall   Sa'e
Co.    Office, room 5, Market Block,
opposite  City  Hall,   Columbia   st.
'lit. .    t-hon�� 1/7)}.
, ing for sidewalk  on the  Byrne  road.
i Resolved that Clerk reply stating
that appropriation had been made In
the  bvlaw for sidewalk  on  this road
NADRu^SPEB5i^giTS
relieve and cure indigestion ���acidity cf tu.e stomach���biliousness���fiaiuience
���dyspc.ps.a. They re-inforce tlie :>..:nach by supplying the active principles
needed fer the digestion of all kinds of food.    Try one afler each meal,
50c. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked  them  yet,  send us 50c
and we wiil mail you a box. vj
National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited,       ��� Montreal.
H. J. A.  BURNETT. AUDITOR AND i draughtsman at  $3  per day  to  brin.
Accountant.
Trapp block.
Tel.    R 12S.    Room
Referred to the
STENOGRAPHY    &   TYPEWRITING I
MISS  M.  BROTEN,   public   stenogra- j
pher;   specifications,   business    letters,    etc.;    circular    work    taken, j
Phone   415.     Rear   cf   Major    and.
Savage's office. Columbia St.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     ??
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE. SHILES &. CO.
Teal   Estate  and   Insurnnce   Agents-
City,   farm   and   Bunnrban   property
628 and 746 Columbia St.
lall map up to dat dl
Hoard or" Works.
W. Coi.lttr with reference to account fo. brocken rock and interest
on t&xe*.
Resolveu that   Mr.  Coulter be notified that the counci
'���as n'i c ; im
H. P. Vida    ^^^^^^^^^^^
cting as customs brokers.    Resolved
Resolved tbat Mr. Warmsley be
notified that committee of Mr. weart
and Mr .George acting witli committee of council have matter in hand
and as soon as they arrive at decision will deal with the matter.
5. Frank Yaeyer requesting extension of time under ills bon Is for
building on liis property. Referred
to Reeve and clerk.
consider that hei     6-    J'   B'   Wilson  and   T-   v    Alllt1
with  reference  to gravel taken  frcm
Coquitlam
& Co. with reference to!North  ro-**1
as customs brokers.    r,aanu.Dri I     Resolved   that
an   account   be   for-
I that" reply he "sent asking for 'particu-j v'aldel tor >10, coat of gravel taken.
CIVIC    LODGING    HOUSE.
:o be de-,|viay   _e   Recommended  for  Toronto���   I
that the] |t    |S    Successful    Elsewhere. it
FISH   .'.ND   GAME.
IO     RENT  ���  FURNISHED     BED-i
rooms.    ',(>'���',  Third  avenue.    Apply!
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and  BENSON  & AYLING, FISH. FRUU
5 p.  ra. at Room 14. UL'3 Columbia j
������treet.
Game. Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block
next to Bank of MontreaL
LOST.
LOST���ON SATURDAY. A CHEQUE
fer $13.50 cn Royal Bank of Canada. Kindly leave same at 863 Co-
lurabla street west and receive reward.
LOST���BLACK      WAGON      COVER, |
waterproof,  between   Blackie  street |
and  George    Cunningham's    blacksmith   shop.     Finder   please   notify
Daily  News. 	
WOODWORKING.
VESTMINSTER WOODV\ URivi.M.
Co.. bank, office and store fittings
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantei-
and detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
prietor. Work.--: Corner Eleventl
ind car line. P. O. box 251, Ftiom
473.
w
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C.  P.  R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver
Urs in n;-; id to rates.
Amer.iiiii   Life  and   Accident  Insm
anee onnpany requesting orders giv
ou by  nuin'i'pal employees to be deducted  for wages.    Resolved
H -i ti'o amount from all | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
men si.i-n'l .,n. their willingness to! Toronto. Nov. 23.���Tbe establish
pay .-ame ment of a municipal lodging house as j
V.'. S. Rose, Hon. Se.". ward 2 Rate- the  best  solution  of the  problem of
IpayerS1    association,   enclosing   copy  the   proper   housing   of   Vagrant   and
resolution passed  in  regard to reck- homeless men may be recommen led
less driving ny autoists un Vancouver hy the Bpeclal committee ol the As-.
Westminster road. .ociated Charities, which is Investlga
Referred to the poli-^ constable to'ting the whole subject. Successful mi .
take steps to stop nuisance and clerkInlclpal   lodging   homes  are  operated
to write asking   Ratepayers' assocla-jln  many it  the  large   cities  In   the
tion   to  make  suggestion  to   remedy I United States.    At any rate, it is fell |
the matter. . j there should be efficient Inspection of
L. D. Carncross, secretary Surrey^ I"ivate lodging bouses, and that they
'.iznni of Trade, forwarding copy res-isbould be compelled to lake out a 11-
���Dition passed by Surrey MunicipalIcense. The object of the municipal
council asking Provincial govern-; lodging houses is not only to provide
-nent to assist in opening and improv- food and lodging, but also such gener-
ing the Clover Valley road. Resolved |a' surroundings as may help to start
tbat the petition be endorsed by this tbe men on tlie upward path again,
council. v Tiie places are kept very cle in. have
Tenders for clearing boulevard onisllower baths wbicli the men are
Barnet road were referred to Coun-1 obliged to use, and liave a doctor on
cillors Hill, Rumble and the engineer. I hand  every  evening  in  case  his  ser
Twenty acres on Blue Mountain road $300 per acre, oh easj
Thirty acres close to Fraser River Mills;   price $250 per acn
easy terms.
Nineteen and a half acres on  Blue  Mountain  road, cleared
price $500 per acre, on tenns.
Ten acres, the northeast co ner of block III;  price $276 per acre
All of the above on easy terms. *lg**r- ������
Call and  see my  large list of Coquitlam  acreage.
City Property
HOUSES FOR SALE.
A new six roomed house;  ; rice $-H00, $100 casli. balam
per month. *w
Five  roomed   cottage;   pi Ice only   $2300,  $400  cash,  balance   arranged.
Six  roomed house, all modirn, lot 66x132;  price only   $2650   on
easy terms.
If you are wanting a home on easy terms it  will be to youi advantage to see Travers before buying elsewhere     We will bull.
suit you.
JOSEPH
Walker Block  .Columbia Street.
New Westrninstc. B.
612
Montreal,
i No. !I7).
Vancouver,
and  Agas-
Kootenay
12 10���From
;and Okanagan]
17:05���From   Vancouver.     (No.  96)
;   :20���From Seattle and Mission.
22:50���From Montreal and   Nicola
i No.  1).
Departures.
'��� 30���To   Vancouver
cola and Muntieal.
11:00���To Vancouver.
15:55���To Okanagan, Kcotenay
Montreal (No  96).
17:50���To Agassiz ar.d Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. l).
ri.  C.  B.  FOSTER, A. G.  P. A., Van
couver.
Seattle,   Ni-
(No. 1)7).
and
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,000,000
The Bank lias 175 branches,
��� extending ln Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; ln Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities In the World.
TheBe   excellent   connections
afford every  banking facility.
New Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
"THE DAILY NEWS.
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST
Plione IS. Newest and most up-to
date in the city. Terms moderate
First class cuisine.  J. Tracb'y, Prop
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Pbone 103. Comfortable accomoda
tlon. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
���������
8
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to ill orders foi
male help. King us up, wire oi
write If unable to visit us.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27-
The regular meetings of tills lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, coiner Carnarvon and Eighth snceis
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock
Visiting brethren cordially Invitei
to attend. \V. il. West, N.G.; W. C
Coatham, P.O. reeorrtlna secretary
.1. W. MacDonald, financial score
tart
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laurentic   Dec. 3
New triple screw, 14,892 tons,
Canada   Dec. 10
Twin screw, 514 feet long.
**************** ���   W'gW
For rates, berth reservations, etc.,
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
HID Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Tenders for clearing boulevard on
Gunn road were referred to Councillors McKee and Coldicutt.
Tenders for clearing boulevard on
Tenth avenue (City), were referred
to Councillors McGregor, Stride and
the reeve.
Tenders for clearing boulevard on
Hamilton road were received from
Stewart & Jackson, $8 per chain, J.
Campagne $11.50 per chain.
Resolved that the tender of J. Campagne be accepted.
The following resolutions were
passed that the council endorse the
action of the engineer In stopping the
ivork of collecting rock owing to the
lad weather and the work of clearing boulevards be preceded with prep-
iratory to laying sidewalk.
That tbe teams now hauling rock
iio use I  in  hauling lumber.
That lenders be called for hauling
lumber per 1000 feet, to points designated within a radius of three mi.es
if New Westminster to be In by
riiuisdiiy,  November -1 at  5 p, in.
That the tenders of .Messrs. .lohnston and Phillips for lumber for slde-
svnlks at $15 and $13 per chain be
accepted for the Keefer road and
Guichon road.
That clerk write Coquitlam council
equesting them to graved the North
road from Forks to Johnston road as
arranged.
That Charles Cliffe be written to
that the council consider that the
.valor from Fourth avenue which he
Claims Is flooding his property is a
matter to come under the ditches and
water courses act, but tho council
would be willing to construct ditch
tbrough his pioperty providing bis
i< willing to bear half cost and
give quit claim to the council against
iny damage sustained.
Moved  by Councillor  Rumble,  seconded  by  Councillor  Stride  that the
funds  of  the  School   Board   now   in j
iand be use I as a temporary loan of I
$050 on account of ordinary expenditure for next year, ;
Moved bv Councillor McKee. sec-
onded by Councillor Coldicutt, that a
prant of $i>0 be made to the Scliool
Hoard as a contribution towards
Christmas prizes and entertainment
for all the children of the munlcl-,
pallty.
Resolved that the question to appointing man to sharpen tools on tne
vices are required. For each lodger
100 feet of air space Is provided. The
chance for doing some good work is
evident from the fact that most of
the homeless men are young men. All
seeking help from the city are sent
there, and tbey are all registered with
details about each man, which is very
useful in dealing with this whole
problem.
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| Special
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$15~Q0
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Heavy Fancy Tweed, high storm
convertible collar, well made, and
a very proper and serviceable coat
fer this weather    ::     ::     $15.00
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The Wardrobe Clothier
671 Columbia Street New Westminster
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NOVEMBER   24,   1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THI! EE.
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
f*.- ifajTManufacturers and Dealers ln  All K nds ot
,,,MFBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   . (NISH
^rNE D WORK, FISH   BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25
'l and 4
H.  P.
Cycle.
Ttlephon
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
12 New Westminster
Box
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster
ROUMANIAN KEPT PRISONER
IN HOSPITAL THREE YEARS
Operated on About Twenty Times De-
s. ite  His  Protests���Escaped  by
Means of Rope.
BO CHONG
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Who has been hi tho Tailor Business
in Vancouver for a number oi' veins,
bas opened up a similar husiness in
this city. Latest fashions. Suits
'made to order. Fit guaranteed. Phone
[fi 1 or call nt. Kwnng On Wo Building
��fl7 OrtlnnnhtR ctr<u��'
r
Only 12,000 Shares of Stock in this company
out of the 30,000 allotted to the City of New
Westminster remains to he sold. This will not
last more than Fifteen Days. Don't miss this
opportunity.
THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what expert? deelare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
building ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout the p-f -
vince as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes ar d
untarnished reputations back of them.
SCHOOL BOOKS
les
AND '.EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  A T 	
MOREY'S
665���Colun.lia  Street���565
I     New Westminster, B. C
Canton, Ohio, Nov. 23.���Henry
Hemster, twenty-flve years old, a Rou-
manlan, who on Sunday took refuge
���with a fellow-countryman here, to'.lay
asserted thai lie had escaped from the
City hospital in Cleveland, after be-
in;; kept a prisoner in that institution for three years and subjected to
bearly twenty operations, though su"-
ferin. from a cold when lie was sent.
there, Hemster says he escaped by
means of a rope made of bed clotbes.
His story lias been repeated to Ernes! Ludwlg, Austin-Hungarian consul
in Cleveland, Hemster's friends here
Bay, with a view of redress. Phyal-
biai here are said by Hemster's
friends to have pronounced tbe man a
hhopelesi '-ripple, due to operations
tiie man names four prominent prac-
thinners of Cleveland, associated wltb
Ale City hospital staff, as the sur-
gei ns wbo operated on him despite
liis protests.
"1   worked  for the  American  Shipbuilding    company     in     Cleveland,"
Hemster bi id,   "In 1907 I laid off with
a heavy cold and tliey sent me to the
City hospital because 1 had no money.
It is a place of horrors.   Tliey opcate
in, people Just to stm.lv them.   They
kf | i   me there when  I did not  want
to stay.    Tliey f-m me twenty times���
1 don't know that 1 counted just right,
but  it. was  many, many  times. They
never  asked  me   if   i   wanted  to  be;
cut.   They took me to a room, where'
my cries could not be beard, and cut
rn-   aiiyvi...    Tbey  put  a sponge on;
my face and then I didn't know anything.    Oil'e I  threw it off and  thej
loeat me aid then put it hack and cut
mi   some more with their knives. Tlie,
doctors made fun of me.   They asked!
me how 1 would like to man:. .
mi! stay there always. They wouldn't 2"i4 sixth Str��et-
le   we eat  with tlie othei    ������ I kepi new Westminster
In i   rei m by myself.    I couldn I   ��� 	
av a', from that room until last week."
Suri    ntendi pt   McAffee, of the  CiTy
-. .     |       i,,tc   tonii   I    ���  mi   i I   I
���i patieni thei
been oi erated on a
an '     id ea :ai       a
I ,\       " i a   bul I '��� says it-' '
eti     -'  . :> '.'��� '1 to the o; "vaiions.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job    Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   363
J
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E, M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Daily Xews Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
Phone 567.
B. C
Gardiner & Gardiner
(P, C.. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
hage and strong banking organization.
on" Savings
Interest is paid
Balances half-yesriy. :: ::
'"''siness Accounts opened
o.i favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000000
NEW   WESTMINSTE. ,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The   New  Sternwhicler
New W est mi nster
Mail Service
P.ocm 0. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
"hnne  6BI Residence  Phonn  1??
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
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ENGLISH MCilMMltR
We Build You a Hom^ of Any Size, in Anv jgeatien Yog M^.y
Desjn^jWidert You Own Your Own Lot
Through our home building system you can own a heme without paying
big profits to others. You can select your ow.i location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company ia now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
case
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS, Secretary. THOMAS TAYLOR,  Manager.
KELLINGTON  BROTHERS, General Agents, New Westminster.
The Stock books are still open at Kellington Brothers' office.    There are
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottment.
ie
Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
'25jH��sting. St., East, Vancouver.    Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,   New Westminster
Telephone No. 680
R. T. PRINCE
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
and AUDITOR
Aoents for the  HALL SAFE CO.
OFFICE:      Room   5,   Market   Block
Opposite City Hall.
Phone L678. P. O. Box 795. j
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rUKftltlKB
.rnsBBHEsiWB i *-^Xa--*rr*r**gmv*r^
HOSPITAL
TWFNTY NFW CONVENIENT MODERN HOUSES contain ng from four to
1WENTY NEW V��pk,;,,n truct ion and floors with building paper be-
eight rooms each. .Double const ut.-ion    u and
tween.   Hot and cold water.   Bath rooms,   ouc.^
Prices, $1,900 to $2,500���Good Terms.
lc'i ,g & Insurance Coir.pany.    For Sale
Built and Owned by ftort&wwt Buii<
1ISH CANA"
ECDBIT1ES. LIMITfD.
DOMINION TRUST BUILDING
  Gold WatcSea tor Ladus from ��12./;
Tiir.e Time i ip.
j    nl of       Silver  Vi'aiclies.
I Miivii!: Closing: I 16.00.
20:00���United States via C  P. R. j    Silver Watches,  gents' open
(daily except Sunday).. ::::.> JJ7.50 up.
8:30���Vancouver via H  O. K. ft. |    Agent    for    Waltbam   and
fdally except Sunday}.. T:30| Watches.
L3:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R. Watch repairing a specialty.
(daily except SUndaj")..ll:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. B. It.
(daily except Sunday)..10:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. ft.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:31)
13.:00���Victoria via B. C. B.  it.
Idaily  except.   Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. It.
idaily except Sunday)..  7:30
15:00��� United States via G. N. R.
idailv  except Sundav)..16:00
!<>; io���All  points  east  and  Europe (daily*     7:30
23:00���All  points east   and   Europe (dally)    15:13
12:10���Sapperton     and     Fraser
Mills      (daily      except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton     nnd      Fraser
mills      (daily      except
Sunday)       13:15
12:10���CoguraJtm    (daily   except
Sunday I       7:3Q
13:00���Central    Park    and   Edmonds     idaily     except
Sunday)        11:00
ljf:30���Bast   BuTtfeby   and   Bnr-
quit am   (daily     except
Sunday      13:30]
10:00���Timherland,     Strawberry
i Kill   and   South   West
minster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham Island    13:30
10:00���Annie villa.  Sunbury (daily
excer.t Sunday    13:30
0'00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
0:00���Woodwards I Tuesday,
Thursday    and    Satur-
���day      13:30
0:00���Vancouver.    Pipers    Siding    via    G.    X.    R.
u'.ailv except Sunday)..11:20
1:30���Cloverdale and Porl; Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
0���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   and   Sat
day     	
0���Tvnehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        13:00.:
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday   lfi:00
10:00���Abbotsford. Mnts.nl. Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)  7:30
15:45���Crescent, While Rock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday)        7:301	
15:45���Hall's Prali ie. Fern Ridge \ * ���    ��� ��� -'���
and   Hnzlemen    (Tues- It. I'. Mori
day, Thursday and Sat- j
.. id v Mining c
������ whart, New Westminster, with
rs   md freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday*
thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a: th.
"Irst Clats Passenger Accommodation
gents'    open   face j ^OYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
SPEND XMAS
F. CRAKE     !        IN EUROPE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery | jr. connection with
IcANADiAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
"THE    ROYAL  LINE."
XMAS   SAILINGS.
From Halifax:
"Royal Edward"   Dec. t
"Royal   George"    Dec.   1*��
"Royal   Kdward"    Dec.  28;
And Fortnightly thereafter.
Westminster P. Hate Hospital.
323 Townsend ft. Mateinliy
and fidn-cont.agiodS medical
cases accepted. Terms from
|15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
Most Direct Route to Bristol, London
and thc Continent.
Tickets  and  Reservations from   E.
I Goulet, C. P. R. agent, or write to Win.
Stapleton,  General   Agent,   227   Main..
: street, winalFftfc- *)���
;
Westminster
Transfer Co.
0
;��fflce 'Phons IIS.
Columbia Street-
Psggsge   delivered    promptly
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
:APITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
and
Engr
Branches throughout
11:
11
.13:0(1 i
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Markel
j BOWELL & ODDY
I Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
'    PHONE 370.
Canada
Barn 'PBoue 13/   Newfoundland,  anu  in  London,
and. New York, Chicago aad SpoKane,
J.S.A., and Mex'co City. A. general.
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issuti'i. avallahle witli.
iorr. spondents in all parts of tha-
voild.
Savin, s Bank Department���Deposits;
received in sums of $l aud upward,
ijd interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
inmun   (preseit rate).
Total   Assets   over   $180,000,000.00
son
Phone 684.
J. H. Taylor
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
���    THE DAILY NEWS.
LABOR AGENTS
I'   Supply help of every kind. Prompt
��� attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
i negotiated.
:B Begbie St.      New Westminster, B.C.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BHYMNF.K. Manager.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.    P. O. Box 34fc
Offlce, Front St., Foot of Sfxth.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   NOVEMBER   M    ���
The Daily News
Vabttahfl. bj T��e Dally News Publish
tug Company, Limited, at their oifices I
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria '
Streets.
C. A. Paige Managing  Director
THURSDAY,   NOVEMBER   24,   1910.
THE FRASER  RIVER.
At last there seems Io be a fair
promise of genuinely concerted action
cn the part of all the districts relying
upon 'he Kraser as a commercial factor of importance to secure the undertaking of a scheme of such thoroughness as to make this great waterway
and its off-shoots navigable waters for
every kind of traffic, at all seasons.
Though the Dominion government
has done something to Improve the
main ship channel of the river by the
provision of a dredge of tlie best and
most powerful type, the work lias not
been sufficiently thorough In its character. The specifications of necessary
works for the permanent Improvement of tlte sti earn prepared by Mr.
LeBaron, the eminent engineer, have
a*
only been partly carried out. To make
the Fraser what it should be tbe
whole of these works must be carried
to completion.
This, and thc    necessity    for    immediate attention  to the North  Arm
of the Fraser is what will be urged
upon the authorities at Ottawa by the
strong  and representative  deputation
wbicb will represent the inteiests of
the  Koyal    City,    South    Vancouver.
Richmond and Point Giey and will depart for the capital city in a few days
time.
It  was made evident at  the meeting  on  Tuesday  night  that  the    importance of putting our noble river into a condition to make it a first class
waterway is fully recognized and that
every   possible  pressure   will   be   put
upon   the  government     to   undertake
this   work in thorough  manner    and
without delay.   In this connection the
deputation will    have    as    a    useful
means of assistance    the    assurance
given by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, when in
this city  last summer, that the  permanent   improvement   of   the   Fraser
should  receive the attention    of the
government.   With tbis assurance   in
view and the probable support of the
provincial government    to their    demands we may reasonably expect success will attend the efforts    of    the
gentlemen who are going to Ottawa.
Under     ordinary    circumstances      it
might le expected that the  member
:for  New  Westminster  would also he
a useful agent of assistance in    this
very  important matter, but  Mr.  Taylor's con. uct hitherto has not shown
hlm to be particularly active in Securing advantages for thii. city and district.
A gratifying feature of the mret-
lng of Tuesday night was the spirit
<A enthusiasm and optimism which
prevailed in regard to the position
and prospects cf New Westminster.
The most striking speech was that of
Mr. II. B. A. Vogel, of South Vancouver, who spoke of this city as a great
staple port, and of Its natural importance as the "first Hritish port
against the sun" when the Panama
canal is opened. Yet, as he said, the
���commerce or the oceans will not come
o-unning after New Westmlnstei; it
;Is this city which must go after it.
This is precisely the position that
-we have endeavored to make clear to
the people of the Royal City for a
long time past It is a simple and
���evident proposition of course, yet the
^citizens are only Just beginning to
awake to the fact. We are glad to
nee this, anl trust that now they
recognize tlie gravity of this circumstance they will put their hands manfully to work and stay with it until
.-success is attained.
li
matt     T��
MwafiiiHifflWMBHs mm__m<*'-*���~*-^
 ������ -~""�����3���*������i��22
We are forced to vacate our present premises by the 31st day of December
YOUR    BplNEFlT ;y  QIJR    MISFORTUNE I
Only 30 days left to sacrifice a $20,000 stock of the highest grade of BOOTS and SHOES
in the city.   This is a chance of a life-time.   Footwear at Manufacturer's prices.
Big Sale starts to-morrow, November 25
Store opens at 8 a.m. and closes 8 p.m. while this big: Sale is on.     Our idea of keeping
open evenings is to give the working man a chance at these prices
HERE    THEY    ARE
Stylish
Winter
Weights
For
Women
OUR dull calf bluchers ;.,Vi Ms
extra heavy sole are the nobbiest
shoes for miJ-u*in!er wear. ' \
Why don't you try a pair   -    ��� ���
cf Ihe genuine
.RICE & HUTCHINS
.ILL AMERICA SHOES
' 'A treat for the feet ''
For MEN For WOMEN     .
36 pairs Edwin C. Burt
Women's Patent Leather
Good wear welt. The best
shoe made in America.
Reg. Price, $6.00
Removal Price. $4.25
ij
42 pairs Women's Patent
Leather Goodwear welt,
cushion heel Boots.
Reg. Price, $5.00
Removal Price, $4.00
Women's
Strong Rubbers
To be sold at
60c.
Men's
Strong Rubbers
75c.
Our stock of Rubber footwear is the largest in
the city
For the Schoolgirl
we have
160 pairs
Box Calf  Button
- Shoes
Solid leather all through
Reg. Price, $2.50
Removal Price
$1.45
Girls'
< 'Sh
oe
DAINTY in fit. neat in fmi.h, up-
to-date in fashion, we offer the "All
America'' as the best there
is on the market.    A girls'
shoe that always gioet salisj . '. in.
RICE & HUTCHIXS
ALL AMERICA SHOES
' 'A treat for the feci
For MEN      a. .    For WOMEN   ...,
For
The
College
Girl
THE new Fall styles  will please
iiou.     The best ideas of
the season In the advance - * /
fashions of
RICE & HUTCHINS
ALL AMERICA SHOES
"A treat for the feet "
For MEN For WOMEN
For the
College Girl
we have
30 pairs Women's
Gun Metal Shoes
Reg. Price, $4.50
Removal Price
$3.45
We also have the
"PUTTY SHOE"
The
Doctor Special
Waterproof Shoe
get the knife
during this
Big Sale
Our Bargain Tables are
loaded with genuine
bargains
For the Men
We have our Tables loaded
with bargains such as
these
Mens Patents
Good wear welts
Pr*C3-stampcd Bocts
Every pair guaranteed
Reg. Price, $6.00
Removal Price, $4.25
WOMEN'S-
CARPET SLIPPERS
20c* M pair
MEN'S
CARPET SLIPPERS
30c. a pair
fWE SHOE CHILDRE
IECTLY
_2
Children's
Shoes
all
Reduced
ihe
\ 'Afternoon
_\   Walk
WE have some  nMy full stylel
that combine elegance end c-tmon
sense comfort.    Just the
thing for a dressy street or
business shoe.       Why donl you try
RICE & HUTCHINS
ALL AMERICA SHOES
"A treat for the feet "
For MEN        v     For WOMEN   ...
Remember, we have given up
the agency for the All American Shoe, one of the best
Shoes made in the States.
EVERY   PAIR   MUST   CO
Stamped Prices, $7.00, $6.00, $5.50
Removal Prices, $5.25, $4.25, $3.75
All  our   CHRISTMAS  SLIPPERS are   here
*.
Do  your Shopping NOW!
W. E. SINCLAIR :: The Shoe Man
Don't forget the place      629   COLUMBIA   STREET
Correspondence
DEFENDING REPORTERS.
Kditor Dally NewB.
Sir,���I read with considerable interest the article in ye. terjiily morning's News under the captlOii "School
Board Meetings  -May   Be   Op.n   in
I Future."
I I have never heen ahle to understand why the reporter* M?e not
mmbn admitted to school hoard meet
ings in New Westminster. I believe
that this city ls one of the very tew
places of any consequence in ti;e
province where the press is excluded
from these meetings. It is not, however, so much the principle thut
school hoard meetings should he open
to the press that I wish to discuss,
although many able arguments could
be presented in favor of It. as tlie Inference that reporters lack accuracy
In hanflllng public meetings, or havo
not sufficient discretionary powers to
know what should be published or
left out in the public Interest.
.As you well know, Mr. Editor, there
is no one who carries so many confidences as a newspaper man. Were
the reporters to tell all they    knew,
; divulge all the secrets, business, civic
and social, more sensational    stories
'would be heralded to an eager public
than a dozen Cotsworth audits would
produce. I do not . upposa that there
in a business man in New Westmln-
i ster who has not at some time
shared a secret with some reporter,
a secret that would be very much to
(.he advantage of the newspaper man
to use. Do you know of one sinflo
Instance where that trust has been
broken ? , The average man tells    a
reporter a piece of news and leaves
It to his own Judgment how much of
it Is advisable for publication. If reporters did not exorcise a great
amount of discretion many of us
would be placed in embarrassing
positions at times.
As a frequent attendant at tho board
of trade and other meetings of
organized bodies in this city for many
years I do not remember where a reporter has broken faith or published
stories that were not written /in the
best spirit and interests of the general public.    Surely, Mr. Kdltor. they
are as capable of reporting the B1'
lngs of the New West minster BOnwi
board as are the reporter! in   ��l��l
cities of  British  Columbia ?
Dr. Green remarks,   according
your paper, that only capable repor
ers should be employed for this ��"   ;
I  think  it is pretty generally recu��
nized, Mr.  Kdltor. that none but c��r
able reporters aro employed on
paper, so Dr. Green need    nave
cause for worry in this d'^,,,"^
New  Westminster,    November      ���
1910. .y   NOVEMBER   24,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
NEWS
! ���
Lightweight Cham
jommitth _ ....
roMPlEIES WORK: -sns.' i?- ___
\j\)..*1 **                             :��� won  the  batam-weighl    chara
��� pionsbin ot the world nn    tht
h"*
v.
u3 Hay Have   Reserve
"st of Twenty-five Men
im* for Players.
, th0 revised consti,
'yUwsofH^NaUonoll^
^^^^^^ am-
,,.,....I,,.,. .,i un- world on the
delusion after ion rounds with
Billy Walsh, of Boston, here
tonight,
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REVIEWS
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FOOTBALL.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
ENLEY
MEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
���   Telephone  R   113. Office:   Princess St
and b:
... union
,   much
bout  which there ha
BPeculatlofl,   \~a   been
P p"bi1C constitution, as P^f���* .resull thai he rejects much cant.
'.'���' "     .littPe   will  be submitted | J
i tte
Bishop  of   London  Thinks  Sport   Hag
Helped Moral  Welfare of Country.
The Bishop of London    is evidently
8 man who does his own thinking and
makes his own observations, with the
In
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   V'CTORIA.
10:00 a. m Dally except Sunday
1:00 p. m.
10:00 a. m.
TO  SEATTLE.
Daily
.. in  be  submitted , !,,������_
��� '        i.,i  mpeiliiu of'the  city  of  Unrein the  second  Sun- 11:30 p. m
", _ oi  a  special  meeuns  m
comn
Special     i..~~ o
ur- ,,(>l(l  j.,   Montreal  at day   in   October   has   been   called   for
Once    adopted    all the past  flve years "football Sunday."
((*.,'. alterations  shall   re- Th Ib vein  the blshoi
mients..,...u. Vote of the clubs Bwitbln'     ^^^^
I. I'
^^^^^^^^ipieicbed  at  St.
'"""'-   thirds  vole   oi   me  ��""��i ..within s  a.ainst   the   widespread  be-
Ire a *v jjef   t|iat   Bp0rt   was   morbid   and    un-
,fi.< '""";���    ..���  the   principal   fea-1 healthy.    He told them thai  even in
A - :'"u':i1     ,,,.w   constitution   fol- the palmy days of Greece people said
to    '  ' the Interesl In upon was morbid ami
|o*J        hergj,lp will consist of the Unhealthy.    He couldn't  accept, that...
T'" "i'i" ���' now   belonging   to   tho|Vil.w.   �����] am no, OI1e of the shares 11;oo  p.  m	
f ,ther   or   others    as   j,,  gloomy  prophecies as to sport.  M> ���       .,.,   ^       ,.   .���    ,.n|   3   17( .,*
ill" "",.'..; i  I),-   the   unanimous ;(),,i,,j0I, js t)lat ji is on thn line of pro- _���,���,���   ...,D
gress and  advancement    The piesent   TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING    CAMP
generation  live  cleaner  lives, and  the |   g
 ._g more so
belonging   to   the
ol
Admitted  by   the   unanimous
toteon;;;-,^1,;;^ in addition
 [ Daily
  Daily
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. in.   .Dec ::, 14, 27, Jan. 7, 'Jl I
TO   QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS, j
Members
0t the  union,   in  ��uu...��..   ^eiieraiiun  live cieauei   u����
'"mill fee, ��lll3t deI,osl1 wiUl, nation is steadily becomiiu
...'..f tiniiii in cash or i i,,���.      EVonlrlv    I   l.nlieve   fn
30 a. m..
 Every Thursday
10 tbLTtheVum oT .1000 In cash or j ,���,,.    prwakly, Fbefieve"football" has i UPPER FRASER.
D>eumou���. Idone something towards the   moral Westminster and chilliwack
welfare of the country." ^^���
��� i    t
��Mtti       it'mav be withdrawn it 0
W ^" Hts franchise to an-
b u.ay be admitted to
te   i;,'!''    v forfeit its franchise and
T*^m;t  Si  ou  a  two-thirds
NOTICE.
Leave  Westminster  8:00  a.  in.  Mon-i
day, Wednesday and Friday.' |
Leave Chilliwack 7:00 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. OOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W.  BRODIE,
G. P.  A . Vancouver.
Notice is hereby    given    that    The
.,     ��lumvw.  ,/raser River Tannery, Limited, a body
I8    fiii��ll its obligations. ..corporate,   Incorporated   under     the
fe .��nnal membership fee shall ;..Uritlsh Columbia Companies Act,
���'.a '..,���, Montreal, Shamrock. m;. and Amending Acts," carrying
i,VzL   Toronto   and   Tecumsehs on  business  In  the District of New ,       , degcrlbed
���Wfjroi Cornwall and   Ottawa   u>stt���in. ter and Province of British ttonofJJM���\* ;im, ,Klve al80
lustration ol the mrton ��haU COluinoiai having appned to His Es-\v w dup,ic.,te of each ia the
;f   ;ial���e.siiient,tobeelectedlrel|ftn,v.    the   Governor   Genera     in Jep |*><��! jm   P^^  ^  ^
I. .i remuneration shall be bv council for the approval of acwjata of New We5tmlnster, in
-'������ ,.  vote at the annual  S:I(, for the construction of wharvesI   .       (]iMi..rt th_ g;iid works are pro.
'��� union, It being pro-1on   the   southerly   shore     of     ����LOTed t0 be constructed, in accordance
���������" that no one hoWing prager     rtver,     situate     on     tne *- requirements of section 7 of
.    .;,,,, of which he   is a|fore8DOre   of   blocks   "A." "B."   and If��� ���5___!,.,_    ���.���_��    p^
WATCH THIS
SPACE FOR
Announcement
OF
CHRISTMAS
FRUITS
New Twin Screw
Steamship
PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18'/2 Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VICTORIA  and   SEATTLE,2:00 p. m. Saturdays.
PRINCE RUPERT, 11:80 p.m. Mondays.
STEWART and QUERN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS���8. S. Pilnee
Albert leaves Prince Rupert on arrival of S. S. Prtnce Rupert tor
Stewart, and for Queen Charlotte City; Pacofl and Moresby s and
ports at 10:00 p. in. Thursdays; and for Port Simpson, Kincolith and
Masset at 10:00 p. m. Mondays.days.
Solid    vestibule    trains     of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago,   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   Niagara   Falls.   New  York, Toronto,  Montreal, Portland,  Boston, etc.    Longest douole track railway
under  one management on  the American  continent.
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE
CttvT'assenger and Ticket Agent. C%T��'h���L  3060
Telephone 7100.    527 Granville Street,  Vancouver.    Telephone  30ou.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
E. N. Sutherland H. V. Ardagh
City Property
Two full  sized  lots on  corner  with   six   room   house,  on  Thirl
avenue between  Second and  Third streets. Price $6,000  Good terms.
Port Mann
l'J acres Immediately adjolnin.   the townsite and beins In Section  27,  Block  5,  North  Ran^e - west.    Price $900 per acre. ,
This is the cheapest buy In this district today.
Burnaby
Lot on  Third  avenue  within one block of car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
P. O. Box 522 Phone S17
rmvRpsmMiim
be
,"C.
Letter
i     :,:;���;::,,.,, oi tbcpri,!
. ,,. appointmenl ol  ret-
J I rdP of officials to be
,     ,���,,,.!  meetins, col-
: rend players, ftm
keep on  file reserve  list*
power, win be fai reaching
n ol s player can onlj
J t the next annual meet-
aion.   He may call special
, considers it advtss
���    ,,. dubs forward a M
I :     Wilting.        . \am1A
m   ,f. eeUng shall be bei.
[_���   .-,   .      Toronto,   Cciruwall.   *>';
\. ntreal,  bul   ail   apecWI
..... real     Each club ��ill
.   voting delc.^.H'
,.,      parUcipatel   in
|   ,. intermediate game dur-
,.,  l9l0 for W clnb
;i!1 be considered tbe
.., ,,,,,   E3achclubma>
.    .... nsi ol ^enti-flve
'    :r""' '" ,H'^'ir ���
not later than l-ebtu.u>
b 11 have the i-rivile^o at
,. urta|   the  service   Oi
included In the rweive
::-���       reh ising, purchasing ei   *
Engine players on the saidl'-^-"    .
.,, : ��� D0, ia er than dune 30 M ��w
Such changes within two dajf ��
���. Mm place must be ttled Wi��
Hit president ol the union, and at
isi the reserve Ust of any clue
c ���  | twi nty-flve.
_*  man   bavin,     played   foi   any
m Id the union during '������*-' ���e"^l
ot any subsequent season.*no.
hu ��� Bhall have played "> any "1:'V^
: mj senior team of a club whicn
Is not a member of this union ��hau
not be eligible to play for a perioi �� |
l, . trom the date of the ����*
match played by Wm outside oi uw
union in vlolatlpn of the rules.
a,,v club playing at &���*.&}>���* m\n
shall forfeit the match to the oppw
ltl clut' I      tho
:���: ���  player whose conduct.   ������ xm
opinion of the president, was   uon as
to bring discredit on the union, ma
.id       e  amount  not  to  excw
..,.,  be suspended, or ho'"
Fin-s for major fouls, or foPT''   ���
,. languaee on the fleld or ih
thi     ib house will   he   from   *,���>   ���"
, In addition, the player shau
penned  for not  less than   u��
mini les' actual playing time.
: , | As are strictly prohibited
paying such lines tnemselveii
lr i layers. .
���y !��� minor umls a player i* to m
bai ed from the field tor not levs
th tl five and not more than ten mm-
uti -
To the clause  defining  fo>''9 ther0
ue i leven sections fbr class   A, oi
bi    r fouls, which  consist   of  striK-
���".** a player, deliberately dropping in
'rom   i;f   an    opponent,   placing    MS
over the shoulder of nn  opponent, wrestling   hoidln., throwing a
ttfck, using foul language, discussing
referees'   decisions,   standing   within
the soul crease or checking a  goal-
ke"! ...
,;-ru>r fouls have only two sections
one prohibiting all excepting the goal
keeper tonchfn* the b-.ll with hn
hand, and the other prohibiting "rag.'
When rag is _ttempted the referee
m:'y rule the offending player or plav-
***��� oH and face the ball in center
fie!'.
Clubs  on   whose  grounds   matches
Wall he played shall allow the visit-
lnK club expenses, under the follow
'���edule
ilH.il t:        \-. *���*���*'*- ���*" - - ���
being portions of lots seven (7)
the
-(-;   lieing portions iu  iu��  w���   V     Act"
and eighl   (8), croup two   (2)  in the       ^
Navigable    Waters    Protection j
    ,�����v,     chapter    lir>    of the    Revised
district" of New Westminster and pro-1 Statutes of Canada. 1906.
Vince of  Hritish  Columbia, have    de- j WHITESIDE & KDMONDS.
posited  with  the Honorable the Min-j Solicitors  for TFraser  River Tannery.
Ister of Public Works at Ottawa, plans! Limited.
of  said  wharves which  tney  propose I    Hated at the City of New Westmln-
to construct, together with a descrio-1 rtwr this 'iTth day of October  tflio
XMAS GIFTS
In   Ganong's,   Webb's,   Cadbury's   and Lew ney's
CHOCOLATES
In fancy designed box?s, ranging from half-lb. to 10 lbs.
C. k. Welsh
The People s Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
j An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets.   This is one of
the finest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
DRIAR PIPC3
mTremodest npricethan most0000brands
M��t,. L**t for .w r���� �� N�� w���!'
Pipe . Pouches, Cigar Cases and Holders
V A cre��l variety 1�� ****** <rem
BOWLING
By a majority of two little pins last
night the Vancouver howlers won
from the local aggregation of i;i. h
rollers. The game was in doubt until the last hall was rolled and the
excitement was keener than that
aroused by any contests held on the
alleys this year, it is probably the
most even game that New Westminster and Vancouver have ever played.
Lock, of Vancouver, had high game
with 213 and high average with 1!>4,
the hest score that has been rolled
on the local alleys for some time.
The  following is the  score:
Vancouver.
1 2
.194 189
.109 13''.
.173 ITI
.189 187
.202 188
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
| Crossfleld
Atkinson
Thomas  .
' smith   . ���
Lock  ..
3   Ttl.   Ave.
14li    529    1��6
395
497
512
583
150
lao
136
213
132
1BG
171
194
A. REID
COLUMBIA  STREET
From Ome
2 5 Hi
Westminster.
1
Gilchrist
Steele
Murchie
Wlllette
Marshall
.114
.171
..155
. .202
.171
174
171
180
184
197
3    Ttl.   Ave.
180   4fi8   I5fi
134    47fi
144    479
182    5<i8
155    523
2514
1:9
160
189
174
Contractors and
House Builders
. Wye nave a full   line   of   the   Best
Builders Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we ^believe, we   can  save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS  and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.||
i
Additional Locals i
.eeretarv Wade has issued notices
enSSST7peeial meeting of the Hoard
..Trade   or Friday evening at eight
,.!,k     The principal  matter under;
discussion will he    the    improvement
of th.e Fraser river.
The   Sons  of  Scotland   propose   to!
I celebrate St.  Andrews nighti   November   30,   bv   holding   a    dance.  WMcn
! wMI   take " place  In   Oddfellows   hall.
St street    Pliers  will provide the
m,,.ic   for   the   Scotch   dances,   an.l;
IWogamuth's orchestra will attend to
, he rest of the musical program.        I
Insurance ���	
of AH Kinds
I write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' .LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.]
i
i
i.
^���������������������������**** J ' 'or Lan
CHRISTMAS GOODS *  ^
.      ���J    a ..a   shOW I till
mW goods and are showing the largest
We ��.; J^S^L^ -er exhibited In New Westmln-
8te'' ,       .r, nhooss tha   **,**������������ -���
Now 18 tl-e time to c.i ^ ^ want them
we will P* good, away       ���       ^ ^ ^ complete
Cftn and examine our stock
article for an Xmas present.
In
I'fiMies ���
between   Cornwall   and   Mont
'����; Ottawa and  Cornwall,  |18t),
,awa ami Montreal $100, Toronto I
,-���  T ,. Ottawa  and   Toronto ��
cal   1250,  Ottawa  and   loromu ��     A#####.
Cornwall and Toronto $200.       ��������������*
��� f r Howard, Ball and Longln. Watcher
Agents for Howa gj^fl^ T"C
1 ch|i��*��S2L!!L=^
' The tug Isaac, which has been un
ret.alrs at  the  Department
Works wharf, left yesterday
gley.    During the storm    on >
Tuesday r'fht, the Isaac was shifted
��� I from her mooring place and tied up
f j below  the Lulu Island bridge, as a
jreeautli nary measure.
In the county court yesterday before Judge Howay in the case of j
8bifflett vs, Eberts Judgment was ���
given for the plaintiff for $21.55, The
claim was for $30.55, but there were
some days on which the plaintiff was
not working nnd the court refused to
allow hlm wages for those days. H.
Ij. Edmonds appeared for the defendant, and Adam S. Johnston, on behalf
���bf W. Norman Bole, K.C, for the
plaintiff.
���>.���.
Strongest Companies]
Best Security
GENERAL AGENT. v
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Stfet
Phon�� 62 1
p
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THUR8DAY
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NOVEMBER  24   .
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
LEES LIMITED
'     SUCCESSORS   TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
WIDE APPEAL IS MADE FOR
MOVING PICTURE DRAMAS
	
Paucity    of    Subjects    Compels    La-
emmle to Issue Scattered Call for
Help���Offers    Good    Sum.
The makers of "canned drama," the
manufacturers    of    moving   pictures.
�����������������*������������������������������*�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
j    FOR  QUICK   SALE
: :
��� 80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half  ���
��� miles east from PORT MANN.    2620 feet fronting  ���
��� on Fraser River.   A very choice tract at a genuine   *
dangerous thing ahout your person,
send it along. Take a chance of my
heing ahle to use It. lf I do I will pay
you what it is worth and not a cent
less.
Will ye>   pass this request along to
the  other memhers  of  the  staff and
let tne hear from you pretty soon?
Sincerely yours,
CARL   LAEMMLE.
Whether the  idea  is  successful  or
not remains to he seen.    Xone of the
newspapermen    around    Westminster
have   been   noi iced   with    any    more
(are at a loss for subjects on which to money than usual.    Here's hopln.'
build    tlieir    i lots.       After    hnviniri
! brought the photographic and film developing art  to their highest perfeo-
tlon,   tliey   are   confronted   with   the
possibility of bavlng no subjects   to
I photograph.
��� Few people who drop casually Into
a mo\ing picture show and see three
; or four tilms, have any idea of the
! magnitude of tiie industry which
imakes tlie cheap entertainment pos-
j sible. For years now long rolls of
'moving picture films hare heen manufactured at the rate of hundreds
j every day. ln this process the plot
Im&rket lias run short and the manufacturers are on a loud hunt, lor tal-
'ent;     writers    of    moving     picture
BRAIN WORKERS
who get little exercise, feel better all round fc
an occasional dose of
mid
"NA-MHJ-CO" L:
ives
��� cleans
%
They tone up the liver, move the bowels gently but fre<
system and clear the brain.    A new, pleasant and reliable la. all
by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trace Mark' Prep*r*i
25c. a box.   If your druggist has not yet stocked them _
we will mail them.
^
NATIONAL DRUG 4. CHEMICAL COMPANY
OF CANADA. LIMITED. MONTREAL
snap.    Price and terms given on application to the
Movius Land and Loan Co.    :
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A. J
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xmas work. We have
just received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
i
A. J. BIR TCH
I   Ths V, hiic House 617 Columbia Street
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Dncle I
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SEE GUR GRCHID WINDOW
ORCHID Perf.irAec, Talcum Ponder, Cold
Cream, Face Cream, Almond Cream
Call and get a Free Sample before they are all gone.
I RyaWs Drug Store \
t    PHONE  57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE . J
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Annual Meeting
-OF THE-
UKRJtl ASSOCIATION
I dramas can demand a handsome sa!
ary.
Pictures of a questionable or morbid  nature  have  been   barred   by  all
| the great cities, and reputable manufacturers are looking lor dramas that
will    be    presentable     before     children.   The plays of Shakespeare have
I been     photographed;     great     novels,
such  as  Lorna Doone and  "Frankenstein," liave been hurriedly doled ofl
i into scenes by rushed moving picture
���men, and the films have been shown'
a.l  over the continent.    The ancient
Romans   and   Greeks   have    repeated
their noble feats of long ago for the
benefit of the man with the cinematograph, the Bible has been   searched
through  and   moving  picture  patrons
liave seen photographs of Christ healing the blind.    The doings of French
counts and countesses have provi led
a fruitful source of plot, but their an-'
tics  aie  beginning  to  pall  even  the
most casual observer.
In  the  comedy  line  tie   field   has'
heen almost   as   thoroughly   worked.
The  man  troubled   with  the  dancing
mania   has   providt 1   amusement   f<
thp i mds, bul  le \- now as stale
the  moving  picture   world  as   0
Tom's ( ..bin In the field of legitimat
drama.
The man who drinks Boine  stn i
kind of dope and then does im;.i-s-ii -
bl    feats, the fake chemist, the luck
less liver, the wild chase of a police
man  after the  Inevitable tramp an.l
thc horri 1 ruin which fo ! iws, the ga;
escapades of the old man with   the
white whiskers, who takes a few chorus girls out for a rile, all these have
been seen once and have been appreciated, have been seen again and I
erated and then have been seen again
and again ad  nauseam.
What will the mo,Ina picture Dl
do? Tiie demand for the pictures is
still good. They must have more
films and what is more they must
liave new subjects. Tiie held ol industrial subjects. factory scenes,
pageants and great current news
events are not yet exhausted and
never will be, but that field is naturally limited.
Shall the moving picture men go
back to prehistoric times fer the subjects? The Dinosaurus and the Petro
dactyl would make fine pictures if
tlifey tw!cl l)e $ot to jose before the \
camera.
That is hot the Idea of Car!
*i ��� Laemmle, president of the Independ-
X <>��t Moving    Picture    Co.,    manufac*
f ti
���
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon,
December l-th. for the erection
of an Office Building a: southwest corner of Hastings and
Canal! streets,  Vancouver,  IU'.
Drawings and specifications
can be secured with requirements upon application to W.
Marbury Somervell, architect,
at 43 Exchange Building, Vancouver, U. Ci
Lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
W. H. HAZLITT.
Purchasing   Agent,
B. C.  Electric  Railway Co.,  Ltd.
Vancouver,  B. C.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September  15, the SS. Transfer will ],.,,     d,    ,
h . ��� ��� ���  ���  .
Ker  wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at  2 p.m.   f(���.
Ladner,  Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m
7: Hu a.m.    Additional  trip  Monday morning, leaving    Ni
ster at 5 a.in.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For ���   ..
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
11i.*j**jvmr*m,Aii,mm*iti���mj*y*t*r-**~jr7~.-i^-rsff^-1
OUR  REMOVAL  SALE CONTINUES
New  Goods  Arriving   Daily
ALL   MUST   BE   SOLD  AT  REDUCED  PRICES
If you are looking for something for Christmas Presents, call
and wa will ba pleased to keep any article for you until wanted.
Remember we are forced to vacate our present premises, and
are therefore offering goods at very low prices.
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The annual meeting of t'.ie Liberal
Association cf New Westminster will
be held on November 24, at 8 p. tv.
at their club, over the News office.
Matters of great importance and of
general intcest will coTe before this
meeting. All Liberals cordially invited.
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  . t fi:_ii,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at  5:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return   Fine:   Adults.   60c;   children   under  12,  35c.
Sunday  Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver
a.  in. und every  half hour the end er unill   11   p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for W ;stinlnp,t(-r  at   8  a.   in.,  it   a.   ni.
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.   m.
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   Rnurn fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Fieiglit Schedule���Fi eight ers leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 n. in., 11:20 a. in. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:2', l:2o und 5:20.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits  Line���20-inlnute service from 5. lu i. m, "��� 1l*?n n.m.
Hnnday   Service���20:minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
bapperton   Line���20-minute   service from 0:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
6:20.  6:50,  7:20,
6:50,  7:20,  8:00
at   8
and
! B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. j
�����*���*������*�����������������������������������������������*��������������������������>���������������������������������������*������������*
ADVERTISE   (N  THE   NEWS1^.���,���
turers of the Imp films. He is h.idly'
in need of subjects and is not afraid |
to admit it. In fact, by admitting It in
large type he expects to overcome the
difficulty.
The following is a copy of a letter
which he recently sent  out to almost
every newspaper office in the  l'nited
States and Canada:
Dramatic Editor:
Dear   Sir���I   will   gladly    pay    you
from $10 to .Kio for a few minutes of
your time if you will write some sort ]
of plot, idea or scenario suitable for
a moving picture playlet.
The  same   proposition   Is  extended!
to any of the other boys on your paper, and I would appreciate it if you,
would  tell thorn about  it.
You can. cover the whole plol or!
story of idea on one Bheet of typewritten copy. I don't need dialogue,
for it. is useless it: a moving pit tine.
All 1 want is an outline of the plot
with suggestions as to the staging
and scenic effects.
I want the kind of human Interest
���stuff     whlc.'i     newspaper    incn     ��� ,<.
I familiar   with.    First   of  all   I   prefer!
u good clean light comedy.    Next  in ���
(order of preference is a Rtrong, whole-!
���some drama.     But  if your  Idea  hap-1
iPens  to  li.n   along   lines  ol    n a. e.,y.
[spectacluar   or   love   stories,  jo:   it
down and send it on.    I  need  them
| all, right away and for that reason am
offering the highest cash prices.
If you  make a  ten  strike the  first
| time, I wiil want ideas from you regularly and c;-n use a good many more
scenarios or plots than you nny imagine,  lf your  flrst try doesn't happen  to ho what my stage   directors
���want,  we  will  return    It    with    BUg-
j. est ions which will be Helpful on vour
���next alteii'i t.
We -ue trying tp boost the raovlii'g
[picture l.i.slness to a   higher   plane!
Therefore we cannot use questionable
i plots   built   around   murders,   suicides
;or anything of that nature.
To give you an Idea of the form In
I which wc like scenarios written, I
, am enolOblng you a pi Intel ope of a
I manuscript which we accepted and
'.staged with great success. Not that
you liave to follow this form, hut thnt
I it. may save you a lot of unnecessary
I work anu rtfiail,
newspaper
ted man u-
Mndern 7-room house in Bapperton,
one block from the car. on lot .0x180,
close to waterfront and Industries,
$2700, $600, balance arranged over
long period.
Close In lot on 12th street, $660,
$200 cash;   balance  in  0,  12  and   IS
months,
ese Snaps
Nine choice building lots in t!:e
west end, the coming residential district; $600, one-quarter casli; balance
6. 12 and IS months.
A comfortable 5-room house on 1"th
stieet, large lot with fruit  trees and
chicken  house,  $140";   terms  can  be
arranged   with   small   cash    payi ���
down.
White, Shiles & Co.
628 and 746 Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
08)
Madam���This Delicious
Dessert Saves Time
Instead of spending hours over a hot stove preparing dessert, try Mooney s
Sugar Wafers.   Their delicious flavor will surprise and please the whole family.
lt cost us thousands of dollars and took years to perfect this dainty. Taste
it once and you will say that both time and money were well spent.
Here are just three of many reasons why you should at least try Mooney's Sugar
Wafers. Fir-it���their delicious spicy and appetizing taste. Second��� it takes no time
to serve them���they are always ready���always good.    Third��� they cost but litue.
Mooney's Sugar Wafers
Canada's  Most  Popular Dessert
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made in the finest bakery in the country. We u^
nothing but the best ingredients. Our flour is a special blend. Our butter and cream
are from the finest dairies in Western Ontario. We get the best because we pay
top prices. Then there is the incomparable Mooney Method���the Method tnai
gave to the Dominion, Perfection Cream Sodas ���the standard soda cracKer.
The same high quality standard that has made ours the fastest growing busine
in Canada goes into our greatest creation���Mooney's Sugar Wafers.
10 and 25 cents.   Try them today.
At your grocer's, jn (ja{nty| dust and damp-proof tins.
The Mooney Biscuit and Candy Company, Ltd. ��� ��� ���
des!;. If you happen to have any such dl**
;OAY.
N0VEMB^   24,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK SKVKN.
Brawn)
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Mil'.
LAND   ACT.
A*:fy
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I v.;;uon
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mndense I,    \i : tarti
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 -....���. .   .'..'" .":-rz:,	
���,        ,    .���,,, '���'���������    o   Nelson    Island,   occupation
th.'   ,,;���*:    .            "'"'   fr0mi^^. ItttendS  tonpplyfor  perml.
  I ItfMaati     in        '  nallU|0   '" PUbll   .Hi. 1
.1 US    &JS%1?  Notlei   will no   In   pal.   tor
'"",n";_, ,.,    ��� <���    '   DB8BARATH
"���  !W",      ,,   ! ���  l*P����t:   "in     :;,..,. Bi
owi   fi'   areuB'       ,
���, "HO MOIff UQUOR      'LONELY VIGIL WAb
ON LODGE T��|       WITHOUT RESULT
��� ���;:���!. 'H;'
Ol      till
min      """" ,l, ,  '   ('.,,������ ��� ton,     . h   ��� li
L ������ met <��>UI ' P,m" 	
fV^Har        >���""���   ""'.   thf  NAVAL    serv.m
I lhe de- i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^m|
"SIS:';;;,   _,   B   ,.,.   , .^Important Ruling of the On- Waited Eighteen Days For
,n..e northeast 'from��.|    taHo Ucense  Department     Husband    on    Shore    of
1,8   -the scows mentioned.
wuctio" of
I
, ���.i. mid form ol
flsns a";;-- ))rcotired  at  the  of
H
Uiivtielil. BUperin-
Mew   Westmln
I   ;   ^ I,,;,,,   of  contra,,
!' ,
��l���� ht.Mil,���i,ins   mu'    ton.,    (fl
. .nn mul forms
office   oi'
���ir.'un   "iie^	
hi ���<��� ol Billing bay, and ahout 401
chain e ste : from the southeast
��� o n o tlnibe loi number 37341
thenci no lh i'i chains, thence eaBt
CANADA. " chains, fhenci soiitl 40 chains
thenci   wes    li   dhalns  to  point    ni
       iing     Tenders     for commencement, containing   160 acre?
Clotltiny and Kit for the 8eamei      won   oi  less
of  the   Naval   Service. JOHN   PERDTNAND  BAGGS.
.,r, , , ,,,       fluted Au. 1181  :"'   1910
-���Far-Reaching   Decision     Crooked Lake.
or
Notice       Concernl
DDJR5    add e   11
ti
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m spec sim	
.,>    the
,..t<        .   .,,���,    ai    tin
III
Toronto, Not    S3   -Prom now on no
lliinoi    nmy   he   placed   Updh   tl".   re-
riih'iii';    Nov, L':<.���Mrs. P. X. Summer hns jusi  returned from Crooked
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
Bee
THE   SUNSET    BLUE    PRINT   CO.
Trapp   Block.
Phone 711. Box  160.
Iten^^l^oit/'reHiilon.    ardhi
iv!!'"1      ,
"   Victoria.
ol i'""1"
C   and in  the  De
'Works.  Ottawa.
u  a��e notified   hai
���ersone ten    ^  rnm,lll(,n���, ���������,,,���
I forms supplied
narti"111  ,'   ,      ueli   actual  Blgnar
,,,,.   ocouptlom   onfl
m- f ,.'        ,   ol   eadh   memba
. n u.   be accompanied
I ,..���.,   ���.. i dharter
P ���' V  . ht   nm t  in.
I rttnister   of   Public
ie    undersigned   endorse)     Tentlen   coast land DISTRICT RANGE 2.
in   Oln hlUj  umi Kit'  accompanlei   I 	
sample    nn   t   certified cheque fo   10     "'!l1"   '" '���'���   rll!"  ������ William Rohert
' " ; mtn    U.    s. lick, of Vancouver B     ��� occupation |,>. , department of * re
will in    ecelvei   m   til   nonn on Wed-'real estati  deule    Intern   to apply for Ontario " ' n.
���,,;,!; ivembei   3U.  1010.' ror the permission to lease BOO acres of land loom declslno In the couits, ami ><���
fol low tup contracts
;nuv    ne   ti a* 'M*    ���*\">n   '"*-   **-  t . .
,    ,,,���.,,   1/ike   north ol   Prince   K bert, and ro
freshm-li!    ttthlSB   Ol   secret,   fraternal |
, ,        i,     cites   a   tui'her <���    a e    ot   tho    illsa i-
a.iothe   tfooletles w thmn making the cites a  i
,, ,,    ,     .,.��_��   oeartfnee bl li��* lnishun.l ami o ���������'���l'
Individual   members  llnhlo  to  p 0*
Lf, breaklnl  them ��� llcen*   "���'���"< -"<  -"-' ����' '��" ��v��� nl rb"
I    !       'h,*-   is   Hie   view   tiil'en  b3   the   *�� �� ***** <'��-   'Hie Smiimers
mI' 'ure   French   pbbple   Of    gOod    fnmllv
pel     i  nmoun   n    In    ender, Dick   ol  Vane ei   B    .  occupatldn. |k       deoartment ol h ro- '"����� French  people bl   gooa   innni
will in    ecel <i   m   til   noon on Wed- r,':i1 estati  deule    Intern   to apply for Ontario ui -, < ��� ,.        b^  ,tn,voJ,(Ml . Un   over   die
nestli ivembei   3t]    lOlu   to    th< permission to lensi  B0I  i es of lttHfi  een   declslno in the courts, ana ye hdntUifc    umi   after   liviim   Ih
following contracts bounded at  follows    Commencing ttl  telfaaj   definite uction wns taken hy ������ ��� ,,���,.,,.���,, tn ,,n
i.   '..     in     ;������.:���   o1    Boots   Oul a Posi   planted 200 yard,   above   iVSe UedepaMment updn the case in point Calgary for* tithe, tMrWH ea.io_g
form Budges am   Hu   one, Underwear v :,r"   on the Tlvei  ei lng the head- .fl()rae   weekg  (U.���   tUe  cttretakers  ol 3B0   miU-s   north   01   Prince   Kioeri,
gookB    Stockings    Je   i        Comforl "    Dralney'i   Inle      henci   nortl    100 m0re ol   &**> 'pubilb 'btilMlngi v,ht.y, tho.. Intended hnntltm for some
,,,     ,   ,  nlmlnu     rliimni.   wnul    T,ll   iUiiiIiii;     rlieliee . ....             i...   ....re,. ...      I...
iers. Cholera Bfilt.ti. LejfglnRS, White ohains thenci wes il chains, thende
Bhir . .i li " i wels Blankets ��"lini IO'1 chains henci ens Bn
Beds Med Covers Wn Lanyards chalni ���'��� i"'"; n rommencemen Pur
Brushet     Tooth    Hal     Clothes    and pose for which II  Ie required, quart.-
Ine
pool:  Combs . iioriii.
2,    Blue   serge    Duck    lean    Drill,
Flannel nnd Bhlrtim  In th<  piew
iP uu.  ,  ::    I :r   hi maklnt un o  thi folic
i  pei cetn   [101 "i  ,I1L  Bnrnient8--Tunics. Serge Jnmpen
ender, Which wlll  ,v.||  md withoul cufti     Duel Jump-,
1"m'"���,,. |    he  person  t.eiuie-tn.   ,,,,   irrousers    fDuol     9erg<    Cloth)
B] ,.    mto  contra:",   when  Overcoats,   Monl'i-    Ji ike       91     ������      f'<  a)   undi  Idei   hall ol the  sotitt
.i..  or fail to cum- p'j,,,,,,;,! pnaervests Seamen's Collars   east quartei ol section'9, township 18
""    Work contractefl tor.   KthePaps   (round and ���peakedl   Cap Cot   " " '���""""���   ��<*��"i"t    Wherei
WIL1JIAW  ROBERT DICK.
Dated Sept-smbei 2Bth, 1&10.
LAND     REGISTRY     ACT.
  J      file      CHI i-llir.i-i r,      .,,      ..,.,       i
one or  more of  the public buildings  w)lo,t> t)H,   ilir,.���,|(Ml hlihtlrig foi i ���
Complaints of  Favorism.
llqnoi. inn iiu:\ had ih. Idea that the
order   meatil   tbe  barring  of   Itttoxl-
oanti  frona the refreshment tables of
see rei societies.
A second circular w.s sent oiil yes
terday  to the caretakers oi  nil.   the
jpublli   buildings  (about  one lutttftted
iin number') tn Toronto defining clear-
11\ the iii^v Upon ihe point
1 Test  Case   at  Owen   Sound.
The departmenl   is  net ine  upon  ��
weeks. They .turfed from here hy
boat, und after goihg down the Bow!
rtver to Medicine Hat, decided thnt'
the lu-Oiiress wns too slow mid sold
tlieir bout, there and weni ii|i tri Prince
iVlberl l.y rnilway. Tliey outfitted al
Prince Albert und finally reached the
Shores of Crooked l.nke, nnd decided to rfttnp on the Opposite ti)A<$
The [larty went across the lake nnd
k Camp   Was   fdteiiod.   Mrs.    Sittnmei
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day 8ctieaule.
Curs leave Vancouver tor New West,
minster at 5rtti), U:BU, l-.iu am) t>:uii
R-iii., anil every half hour thereafter
tiTitn lt::iv p.m.
Cars leave Ni��w Wwitmlnster for Van-
eoover ai 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 ami
E:00 a.m., and every halt hour thereafter until  11:00 v-m.
Sunday Schedule.
f?nrs Wve A'nn��iuver for New Westminster at 8:00 antl 9:00 a.m., a. d
everj'    half    hemr    thereafter    until
11:30 p;tn.
Cars lettve N'ew WestinlttHter fur Van-
ootivor nt  ".'fin ji.m.. nnd NVeVy hnlf
hmur  t**-ea��K��r  untfl. S) p^itt
Eburm- Line.
Cfirs   leave   N'ew   Westminster   at   7
n.m. undi every hmr tintlli 11 p.m.
Cars  lenve Vmicouvpr at 7 a.m. nttti.
M'tn lionr until 1# p.m.
On Sundays ears  Itetrve Westmlnater
at 8 u.in. to id p.m.
I"'
I  .     ���   nm
I
acceptefl   the  otoeque ,....   Overalls,  I Combination Suits),
p,v   Orde:
DBJaBOCMBJES,
Seorel
.   .     ,   T'l.idic  Wortcs,  Ob*
.       ,    1910
,      nol   be  -Mi
ii   t.t,e>    insert    it
: fit?
New Westminster   district.    Whoreus ;,,f,;,isl., \\..(.n ,,,,   (||(lir(. Widaifteifl at
s. uverans. t uomouiuuon sun.,      prool ol th<  lost o   certifloatf. ot title' - s      ,  .  ��� . (    Secketl
The ,,:io��� or contract      b,    ,   ,,������,.     >������ ,   . * ,.���    , a** ��� .�� ^1^Jlft<g^g?S
r,i,  ieai from pecembm  Wt 1D10 foi   Job,: Sweeny, has been nied in   the      ,.,,,,,.,.        R v,m ,,!ive ,ll(; ���ff.,., ��
SLIT1    ;."     IS   L^ic,^   ""Z.i;   *-   ,,.,.    .,,.  Ibnt   I shn,    ����** ^ V** �� *__** + SS
Scbedifle ���'��� ���...<. the expiration of one month from ,m.mbf,T.Sjlip
Forms ol  tenflen  maj  be bad rron   fiafte ol the Brsi ptibttoation hereof inl    ~e _aBJ
'    "f'"^���f"i i< flaft.   newspaper published   in  OwL^ was &n ^a __a. the fiecisioii
^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ************��************************_-���*      .Ur.
to
nnd   OthOr   srKdetles
jliip.
The case was tried s.' Owen Sound.
wns left in elmri'e while her husband      ���,, ���      ���,	
and the guide Wenl  back for the rent  On Suidtiy*- care ltsrne Viinciwivei- at
Of  the   s'i[ifdb^.      Tliey  were   to  he      8-mm. to 10'p.m.
hnek in two or three dnys.    The days  O-   J.   Stewart,  Local.  Manager,   New
wore   On   mid   there  wns   no   sitni    Of WestmirtWter.
.      tiberi retur*.   a week pasBed without i 	
.      their   returning  and   the  supplies  mtil Great Northern  Railway
^   fnw at the eamfi,    Mrs. Bummer took |    Leaves     New     Westminster
8: If
:0
H      Hilll.       Iir-r. ..,,n.,-   ,       ,	
HIS   oi  Mw    Westmhister,_issuejajo�� tbe MagisttTe, vhojtetftesed the
from'the   depart- Notice" will no"t be paid ��or. tfnpTloate Of  the snld   Oi;tif'.-n-*.  un-
C. .1. DESBARATS, less in the meantime valid objection
., Mtotstei o   I   i   Naval Se vice   t���  made to me in writing
-ENDERS.
I BEAUX)  "'    ��� ' '���"    s*ftresse
J ..  ,. ���; ..em   i.:   Itidii.-:
ad   r-aarked   oi.   I
���nl Baj I
' n.-ei-.ed  np  I
f to   the   e:e '
t rding *
^��� ...rant    Isli I
Departmenl   of the  Naval   Se
Ottawa, October 25th, 1910.
^^^^^^^^^^B.  S.  KEITH,
,ii. n-iot Registrar of Titles
Land   Registry    Office.   New    West
minster, B, C. November 15, 1910
NOTICE.
case His Honor ruled thai a room
in wbicb eight men were found
drinking carne within the act, and a
eon \ iei ion and fine were recorded
Compatints.  ��f   FavorWSsm..
,    The action  taken yesterday hy  the
department   is   the   outcome   ol   eomv
AUCTION
EIRTH
,ll
SALE       OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
-   ���        ..:ions    may    be
��� -   of T. F   N-���
an     Aceucies.  Van-
Tie right  io cut  umber under
���1-
Ifi^v   HV. ^ne  camp,     inia,   oiuiun
a rifle and shot n moose and   prairie a.m. nriines Seattle P.~f>5 p.m.
eliickwts    ro    replenish    the    Iferdev.      Lenves    New    Westminster    llO-:
Agonized   days  of  wafting    followed a. tn.;   aroSves Seattle 8:1)5 p. tm.
nnd she skirro<l the shores of the lake I    Leaves     New     Westminster     4>:30
in   a   vnin   search   for   iraeet   ,,<   it,.,  p. in.;   fe'rrSveS  Seattle��� ?:40 p. m^
tHfiratoa onto.    The time ran or, until1    Loaves    N'ew    Westminster    1i2:27
eiiiliteen   days elnpped,  when  a  trtip- \ a. m.; arrives Seattle- TrSB a. m.
per came i'i the rem where i|,e lonely      Li?ft'ves   Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   nrertves
Watcher was  found.    The tra[iper and   New- Wesitninster Ii:5l.  p. m.
wottiwb  stsErted om  alon^ tiie shores     Leaves Seattle 12"25 p.m.;
 ���-__ ^ ^ . ^.^ of   the   lake.     After  travelling   Borne  New Wer*minster fl^F p. m.
���   plaints   thai   eerlain    societies    were  ,linan���f,  ,)|f,v  (..me tf) an 0V(.,.ni..T,(,f,      Loaves   Seattle   L.H5   p.m.;
favored hy the tospe��ters in  the en- hm ,vhj(,h tm ^  Bt_ 6[     NV^. wofltmlnsrer p.; 27; p.m.
forceraew of ibe law    ti was claim- p,h.     H,^ ^ h(xi&filA occm-red   is     Leaves SeahtTe ������:'", v.m.
e.   thai   certain   bodies  prefet-red   to Tr,.,.(?rv   ttatectnre     Tlie   woman   be- New Westminster fi:S�� a.m.
-hel'engftge   room,   in   certato   bna��ngs ir^-to thai h��r husband ted his   	
^^^^m.~. .-i,r.  v.���r, u_     ,   A ^   ^ Rv N. R,���Port Sulchnm.
    J Lefl.\^s. New Westminster d'Mly, ex-
"British    Columbia    Companies    Art,1"'''    '    was decided tftal  ever;,   bni'd-      T1lo  ,.,,';wa.;.fl  j0���raev  waB  R   hard cept   Sunday   from  biid.e  passenger
**...-    ���   .     -,   ending \cts." carrying to6 in  ��� ���������*�� Bhonld be breatrtalike 0T1(, Mnrt h#| hto<|1 ,,_,-, ,,���,,, v.,..,, ,,.,,.. .talion  -. 50  p.m.;    arrives at Port
on  business   in  tbe  Distrlcl   ol   Nfew aBd  th��  cavetakers  held  resporndble m ^^^e ,&#, featshed *��hci   VttiM   G��i��ion-��:80 p-ttr,
vx>o-        .        .-. rvovince of British l ���' w1>' fw ���'   "" * ��< ttie owners, ghe is now batfk in CSlfear. and is ��e-     l*a.ve*   Port   OuicVm _ S;00   am.
His  Kv-  h"1   ^��0  ibose   whv,   *m fe=ntrni^ or   ^^^^   To   -_ftkf.   vtr   -wav     * ,.   .=��������� ,v   except Snntlay. arrives at  New
.1 Westminster bridge passengw station
norives
r.irrives
anTfves
,.    'en. aee    room?    in   certain    dthjoiush ijpVPS t'nat her husband and  Ins 1
Notice is bt-reby    .iven    that     '   elw,.|U.-r   faA  n&,   ,.,-,rr,e   b**CT  the  ban. rMU-,n   M.    beneath   the    wati
Fi-nser Ki'O'  Tn^Tiery, Limited, a noo;    ... f    ,.,,mp1ain,s    were    investi*aved. r,.0,.kf,.i  T.,.ke.
oornorate,    incorporated    undei      tn                          deeided that  every build-      r\n*  ceiward  lomnev  was  a
EV  ���' W^but^tospertOT vficense on ,^J��-  "^f^KSS ">""^^^ *���   _*Z^��m*te-\** a,BO ,bcse **" ���* *WR*fS ��T   "��'���^   t(1  ***��  "^r    "'ay    teX|W(SS bridge passenger station
T.^efv,ctort,^d W y ,      ; S^iT^^���^ .--..- inom in ��te^ng and .endeavor tolVN-tmmt
^^^ .���iee of .,      ...,,...^.1
Apolie* to Secret Socisties. ^, ���,,. ^^ ^  ^
One of 'he rnfl'u��ittal secret  socle.
^_\
arly
C" beine portions of lots seven  (?)\termfned  W  ��� ������ -   ���   tlw  law.  which
vi   proup two  i-2)  in the"""*  *w  *ho ��*�����n��ntton of U.tim
���   be  accorananied  at public auction at :hc upset price of ceitency,   t;e    ym\*e uui    	
'     -                     l2.57ft.O0. inclndtn, c^st of s.rvev. at  Council foi   tb<       . t>va) of a ceriSfcte Apoi.es to Secret ��oeum^
.    ;a,V  .                  .                   P.  \       on   NXednesday   tbe  ***  ^  ���**  "     J   <*   -'^'ve, Oneol   . ., MMi ��WM   MC
.'��� .r^nde.    -'           ���''           ..-. ,1  no offi.-e ^   the    i       .         -.'re     oi     the ��<�� who occupy a P��v�����ot one
l.ie a. .01.111 01 ienu��..                                                   .___,     ,   FVasei      lLci       situate      on      the Hie office hinldtnt= Etas been sitailai
"C    veins portions of lota seven iT> ,teimiue,i  to .e-o ..-. n>.> iaw.  wh
-  '��� ���'   tho , nnsumntlon of lid
. a.m.
^   N    f��,���Surras  Brsnch.
���m K^T. people ���OM     1 ja^safi ssa s**^8
BREAKING    INTO    iAItl���**!*���1!^    i iM     dattv    exectept
until    the    contract is an ���ucy. of 640 acres mor�� or less   ta
1..'. be returned -     '!> on plan <���:  s    1       sigMd by
.   er will be re- Mr.  A. URhthall. D   I    '
Mar,   1910,
S., surveyed
nnd   of  record   in   the
W to furnish a bond in s,us .   ���  |"        -'^   Cj{s)7im   Branch   of   tho
e'iual ,0 '      Departmenl of the tntwtor.
A license wiU nol be issued   mtu
.mount    of    the    purchase
I   '..     ,   L||      .
cistii.t ol New Westminster and province of British Colnmbia, bave   de-
��� .i   with   tlie  Honorable  tbe  Mir,.
istei i��t Public Wort - ai Ottawa, iiinns
of said wharves which thev propose
te construct, togethet with b desctip
tlon
���
BundA}
Rapidsburg,  Pa..   Nov.   23.���OOhstn-j    Leaves
10:20
Mi* tl ���   ���     sumption of lhjuo!      RattW8bUf|   ra    N0v.   _3.-t0hsta-.     Leaves   Now   Westminster   bridge
nron   an>   rvnii=e=   of  any    imim-or- g .vjn  ,,eve,,������,.  ,,,.,,������  ���i.   r,:,c.w,er atttiOhi3;50 nm-l JUTIPM
,���M,���ed dub or sdefet.   shaU be con- ^.^  ^^ to ,,���, ���uWttoil  .,.-,   .j,,,,,.    J;��pi. ^,,5- e-t^ept Snnday.
ctnstve evWe&ee *H tlte BttW��m ot ^^ ,^. ,,������,, Mks ,,...,, breaking Out!	
ti" law. 0f  tail,  but   how  to keep  them  frpmj	
With   ��fcnj   Of   th*    B0������es   ��� breaftftii   ��.     ft   took   the   constable _____ YEABJ'
practice has been to leave the suntd} ......    ..... ... ..,..,...,.... o .,,��!���! ��,eAlVM< ���     BO   tka��^_
the   full
tl
r-edlobecons-riictel.^ac^liince
j. n.
McLEAN,
 M Se c re tary
llerar;  ���. I    I   Indian  Affairs,
October 26, l'-'l��-	
TENDERS.
first   \ear.  have  eecn   |k��u,
The conditions of pavment   rate or i,',,ip,, '" |,p '""'""" ���-������ ���
rental, etc. are contained in the Tim-  *tni "'p reuulienients of leetbn T
 >v of which mav  ,,,p       N^f*"''>��     WafprR     Ptetect!
1 ****     118    of  tbe    Hevls
uretie? for a sum
 t of the contract.
nv tender not nece
I- , ,h,.lpv[ccUan.i:ithc",iiionnd  rental for the ^IchdVatrlrl the said works aW pW
ed insertion oi ��w \0.u.  ,iav0 been paid.
Uvertifement  in any  newspaper wlll  UTO  .e   ���
^^" lorrTegTation'sra-coVy of which mty
Sr8��_red on application to the n-
Serslgned. or to the Crown llmba.
.Agfiht at New WeauniMWr. YM
__| Secretary.
8BALRD   TBNDBR8    addressed to]    Ottawa. October  12th,  1010.
I    -. retary, Departmenl ol Indian  __
Wil     ii  a.va. and marked  on  the,   ���     ..... 	
.:���....-., "Tenders for Carcross Board- COAST  l��        _ ���ni,prsl. ned    has    moved    hisjlngs.
School.'   will  he  lecelved   up   O ,   wlllliun Robert     The    n e w,
|:,.. ;,       iry 26. 1911. for ^f.^ijf^"      uver.   B.C.. OCCUpaUon "J^Vfittrt the real estate to*
on of a frame boarding a^00). 1,���nU 5 |��l|j,,,,,���, 0 dealer. Intend to ni'ply Wl  "�� W!._.A. fct- ������,��� nn���,B.   The office
the ,;��� :r~=^.
oard-  COAST   LAND  DISTRICT  RANGE  2,
Vet,"    Chapter    116    of  the    Revised
statutes of Canada, i"111!.
WlUTKSliil' 8  6DM0NO8,
Solicitors   f'W    Praser - River   Tannery
Limited
Hated at  the I'lly of N'ew Westmln
������ier thin 2?th dav of October   IPiP
ina. ami of these only four or five pur
mit liquor al tlieir refreshment tables.
The principal butntlngs and societies Who come under Hie hwn are the
O'aneemen. Victoria. Otctilent Hall:
Masofls, Temple buildlh .. Occident ' '""
ball. Oonld street hall, the Reaches
Hall, Masonic Hall (Seventh ward),
S.m. of ihgldttd Hall. S. O. R.. 1 .0.
F., Temiile bnilditie, the IOF Timge
������;H'.itl t'olle. e streets, si George's Hall,
I trades unions. Labor '!>mple: w well
las a  number  of other smaller bulUL
snprHes'.  and  Hanier.  who  hnd   h'e��^n
camping   jn��t    outside   the   dcor   for
foivr days -irtii nights, at once yanked
It shin an dfastened on a  padlock.
JTjttftlhS  wits then escorted  out   of
\H near Carcross Yukon Territory      re,        ���� -���- - ^-ft ������������ 0   land ���J"Tjgg ftSR, for sale.
���   anu specifications   may   ?e permls��on tow commencing at on Twwtn BOukkb
seen at the offlces of T. F. NeetendS. bournM\UK ^ .,,,��� Q. ���,
AB7clM;,,i' ^'ex ",o tad of the north   arm   ol
couver; VV. lv Ditchburn. InjpectOl 01  ���*<���"
Indian   A
Miller,  \-
' ' .: irse
of the V
:. I  Pi ���
.
Ea
' ���
'
on tendefring decline to en-,    �������������������� y"ncouv,r, i
contracl when celled upon Dick, oi
Bomb Ot����r��ge-.
Wirurr-(�� Ex-Mayor Roasts Banks.
Winnipeg. Nov. 23.���Itt con. ritti-
ItH. g Hie workers on the SueeegB of
the Y. tri. C. A fund, which c)i?sed
with 9359,093 contributed, ex-!lIayor
Ashdowh liandel out a roast for the
chartered banks, only thtec of which
had siibscilbed
XMa***.*1'
\\nm**<*****~* NeW Jill
New  York. Nov. S3.���The Vftplosidi)
of    a    bnmh    In front    nf a tenetm. it '
house  on   West   Forty-SerewHi  street
today badly dnmnceil the front of lhe
    ('..   OI'Clll	
.oZ:Yi!*- to amly for
d i. ndarer will tif' "''
; ith a bond In s.ti-f
for a sum e_u il I i th6
������ contract
���   ' or any ten.ler not. n-- :efr
.   .  ted.
lauthorteed  Insertion  of  tbis
: eat in any newspaper will
r      "   al I for.
.1.  D.  McUEAN,
Secretary.
mt  of   Indian   Aff>l"-i
: vi.  N'nvemher   I.  1010-
inhiTe-nder'be not ^fiXS ?o"purcha.7"the Mb-wlng
'.&      i^^SSfc��%M-iS      ,     -     f^-l��TV
he hei.  until th mttant     (    ';.���., ������.;,��� nDriti fro"   the
^ned, when ,t will be returned.      !  ^^   ... .     ,     b       '���  ; ^^ ���	
3"69. T����da    sland.   thjm . .��� ,, ,^,. ��� ^      ^
eighty chains, I    ��� .      , ,,,,   , ,. purpose oi >'"';"; ���     on,._
tjence   -       ���     , ,, ft0tlff ^ dty ^eer a^gg-
m.r:mUtVoyn,a,a,n.   010  acres ���C2JCI-A
November - ������ iHlu-
. 1. ilns,
Notice. ��bOte   r."f>nMoTiPd   SlgfiM   by
lltltlg tines in  curbs;'.        , ^.^ _<���*__�� ���f #he 1 u
conn
im0rt  W.LUAM  ROBERT DICK
H c. Bepte nbei s. '  "
Vancouver,
 Iand   act   notice.
City Hail.
CIT'/   "oF
Local   Improvement Notice.
TffiVV     WESTMINSTER
Notice   is   hereby   gltefl    that   tne 1
r Id  reports are eten  for  Inspetlon J
- | r, (j**,c_ of Ibe fit.  assessor, city ;
I all, Columbia street; N>.v  Westfnlh-
sfef, H. ('., and that nnless   a   rMi-
tloh    a. linst    the    ptoiosed    woiks j
iH.onert   fi.'ned   by   a  in::io -
'.��� ��� .-.'' t   e owner? of the 1 md  or real
property  assessed  or  charged  tn   re-
*!0'-r   of   s'ich   worhs, representing
at  least   one-half  in  value  thereof is
presents',    to   the   Council   within   fifteen  days from the date of fhe firs'
publication   of  this   notice  the  Council   wil!   proceed   wit'i   the    pvopo.e.1
improvements  under such  terms and
conditions  as to th* payment of the
cost   of  such   Improvements   as   the
NAVAt   SERVICE   OF   CANADA.
V|'-''i  Coneen��t��H  Tende.-s  for   vir-
tuals  for  the   Naval   Service.
0f t'unco-i' er   '���      ���
j p-fchase
lan.ls:
the
v.. r
following
LOGS!       IM..-  C.,.1 CM       BIK.11        *...?������	
��. MMtefMl Council of the Cor- (v.nncil may hy hy-law in that ne-
_���**,**.:-,i.��\ T'P "Z *Z C��y of N'��w West" half resulate and determine and also
tlon viild   poration  o��-t. rw,olution   deter- fo mavte assessment-
millet or   h*v*u�� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���n��
��� ro KnT; ��*r��?���A��� " ����� *-��*.    Da^t^^hday of November A
er   intends to apr;-- ��   ^^   M ***��?& follow.n, works, t>��� 1910. ntT>ICANi
Comrrfucin"'  if
post  n- '"''���'"
ro-ne".
UJIS   tor   tbe   Naval    service |     i;omn r-ii-.i" -_t        ;r.        r,vnc. si
'>:r,   TKNDKH3    aridr^sed   ��o I O.     t^-jTmntf     "<     ^^ Un* **
���-���������yy,*,i.   endorse 1   -TwfcwItM   northwest r,p,v.p      ;,M.th  .tnrt   ���
|ble to carry our uio .��� = ������-    - -  w   A   DtTjjrcAN.
-'^-ffiftafiffeSi
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
__^__^__^___^__^__^_
Reiins."  (hTi'rlcot)   Choc.n-
nour,   Jam,   Marmalade.   Maat,
���"���'wrved     iCorned     Beef,     Mutfon.
a��"^S AK"
^ra.STwVSK::    CU, Hall. November Sth, 101.0.
A pure grape cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
is world-wide. No alum,
no phosphatic acid.
There is never a ques��
tion as to the absolute
purity and healthful-
ness of the food it raises.
i
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i.
i
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MR
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4.
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$4 !'
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PAGE EIGHT.
-THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   NOVEMBER  M
City News
Hoston baked beans nt the hot *ii]i-
per in the Odd Fit-Mows' hall Saturday
night.
\
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves and brings out natural beauty of
the wood. It produces a rich, artistio
Bnlsb, to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try lt and you will see how
much better it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for Alt
Wood." Use it on your Boors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wai is
for all dancinif floors. .^
You can get Johnson s free book. ^Tbe
Proper Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
and Furniture'' and lUeeepreswauoiuioi
ANDERSON &LUSBY|
COLUMBIA STREET.
For  sale,  lot
$750.00.    Terms.
on   Twelfth     sit reet,
McAdiun & Irwin. ���
In  spite of tbe  lwuvy
i last   few  days  ihe  B*)W
; line  to  Chilliwack   has
land   trains   have   b��*>n
' time.
rains of the
B. C. B. R.
not suffered
running    on
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
GO  TO...
JAMES &
The case ef Draper vs. C.underson
was heard in :il��e .oynty court yesterday before Judge Howay, who reserved his decision. The suit involves
only tlie sam oi Jnri.75.
MIlHnery���Miss DaVey, ladies' and
children's practical milliner. 111 Sixth
street, near Fourth inviTta?. Hats and
bonnets renovated and veniodeled.
Ladies' own materials made up.
Charges moderate. **
Tlie reeeiit heavy ruins caused
some flooding in Bapperton, but
prompt action on the-part of the city
force mened anything like a serious
situation.
The case of Q. McGill . charged
with poinfin. a revolver at Harold
Kentworthy while he was hunting ou
the K-entworth estate near Hatzic
some weeks ago, will he heard In
the provincial police court this morning.
Theiv is another Richard in the
field.    A. G. Williams, residing at ','���'������'
j Hospital  street,  Sapperton,   his    an-
'nounoed  his  willingness  to  run for
office ��(t  the coming elections for al-1
dermen, and while he is an Independent   candidate,   owing   allegiance     to]
none of the parties, it will be bis am- j
.bition, if elected. to see that Sapper-1
ton receives more attention than It
has hitherto. Mr. Williams is a native
of Kent, Kngland, and is employed by
the B. C. E. IlaQw. .y. He has heen
in   British  Columbia for  about  three
j years.
St. Andrew's dance, Xovember 30,
in tlie Odd Fellows' hall. Tickets from
committee of the Sons of Scotland or
at the door. Gentlemen 75 cents,
ladies free. **
A car on C. P.  R. train N'o. !��7 ran
off   the   rails    nt   Kuskin    yesterday
and traffic wus Interrupted    for   an
] hour or two.    The trouble was    repaired by noon nnd the trains In the
j evening   were  all   reported   on   time.
I There have  been  several  mud  slides
iltetween bere and  Ashcroft. but    the
company   has   kept   a   large   staff   of
i men patrolling the line and in no instance was the trouble sufficient    to
! cause more  than  a  short  delay.
For a Complete Line of   1
New and
Second
Hand
Heaters
Cor. Front and
Sixth Sts.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
The Centnl Hotel tafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
Members   of   the   Educational   club
will   meet    this    evening    at    eight
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. D. S. ���
Curtis, "First street.
High school commencement exer-1
rises, under auspices of the school I
hoard, will he held in bhe Opera house!
Friday, Noveml-er B8th, at 8 p. m. I
Address by J. Gordon, M. A.. Inspector
of High schools. Music by the or-]
chest! a ancl Glee club. Presentation !
of medals, prizes an'd certificates. |
Fi-ee to every  one. **
R. Corhin. who for the past three
;ears hns been living in N'ew Westminster, is now taking steps to put
all the French-Canadians residing at !
the Fraser thills. Port Moody and the j
Oouuitlnni municipality on the parliamentary  voters'  list.
Now is the time to get Bprlng
{lowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist    Phone R208. *"
Kenneth   MacDonald.    of   Britannia
Beach, applied   at the  office of    the
| gowernmetit   agent   yesterday   for     a
j water record of ten cubic feet to    he
i, ta'-en  from   MacDonald  creek  cn  lot
3677.    The  water  will  be    used    fur
ashing .ravel.
Hot business men's supper at Odd
FeDowB' hall, corner of  Eighth    and
[Carnarvon, on Saturday from 5:30 to
' '��� ; .m.   50 cents. **
!     F.   T.   Sinclair,  of  Revelstoke.  conti ��� --.-   for  the   Eighth   street   se-.ver
[system,  Is  in  the dlt.v engnuing men
for tbe woi,';. and will probably make
a start today cn Blackie and McNeely
stieets.      Later    on.     Seventh     and
Eighth streets Willie proceeded with.
\V.  Ban-, of Glasgow,  who  has  heen
[appointed  Inspector,  has  had    much
] experience 1 of this kind of work both
' in Vancouver and in his native coun-
Mary Lavery. the two-year-old
daughter of TS.  Lavery, Tenth  street.
j <\le<\ eaily yesterday morning of
)i'?asl"S The funeral will take place
t*ils ; I. ft v.rtem from St. Peters   cathe-
j Sr .1
Pies just Tike mother made at the
'hot supper Saturday night. �����
A special meeting of the Burnaby I
council will tie held tonight at 8
o'clock in the Burnaby municipal hall,
the object being the discussion of
the Fiaser river dredging problem,
and the advisability of Belli? tag delegates to Ottawa with the deputation
which is going from N'ew Westminster and the municipalities near the
mouth of the river.
i
Property owners who propose erecting boundary fences or retaining walls
on their property are advised by City.
Clerk Duncan to postpone this work
n nil the u survey of the city is made
as no pi-vision for compens ition ln
case of e :-��� :.. boundaries being
found Itmccti'ste hns been made.
Try a "Wan'" ail In The News It
will in ing results, **
The Public .
Supply Stores
Look Over
our groceries and then Judge
whether they and their prices
nre net astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine ns closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
&ve selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
liave stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you wlll get your supplies
here 'hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chirr,, ey Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cess
pools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
GET
Carry's Chocolates
Put up In a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed for
I A. MJIR . CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane pioefe.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
^������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
| Some Good Buys
*    r>   Tl  c*.        i     .     it        .,. r*. r I   fr   I    .       n   i i O
Fall SLe Lot, Hamilton St., near LorJ Kelvin School
Price $850.09, Terms J;
# Douba Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $630, Termi ji
. 3 Lits oa 7t!i Avenue, near 16th St.      $500.00 each, Terms |
See us about Port   Mann
t C.DICE ACREAGE IS 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
i
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
I
*. ���������������������������������������*��������������������������*    **����<
Ample Variety
In Furs
Qualities and prices afford excellent choice for one and all. Here
vou will find a large range of inexpensive fur ruffs and muffs fer
women, misses' and children.   We mention a'few special values.
ATTRACTIVE FURS AT $4.75 EACH
The best values procurable anywhere represented in this lot. You
will find .MARMOT THROWS. 6d inches Ions, satin lined, fancy
chain fastening; GKKY SQUIRREL NECKPIECES, wlti) head trim-
mings  and  6 tails and  NEARSEAL THROWS, 60 inches Ions, satin
lined.    All one price.    BACH *4^5
MUSKRAT  SKT���Nicely  marked throw scarf, muff to match, in pillow
shape, with  the skins neatly matched  In  V shaped  set $20.00
GREY   PERSIAN   [.AMIS   SKT with  throw  scarf and  rug muff   with
pleated frill of satin, lined with "��atin.    Set.  EACH    $13.75
CHOICE MINK SKT. the neckpiece of which Is made high at the
neck, trimmed with pleated frill "��� BPMn and matched heads, pane:;
and   tails,  handsome  muff to natch, PER  SKT   * $100.00
A MINK SET OF BEST QUALITY $175.00
Into this set has been put the very best grades of northern mink,
the markings are perfect and the skins have been cut and place,1
together to the very hest advantage. The stole Is large, trimmed
with heads, panes unii tails on the wide hack portion anil on the
stole ends, muff is large in the new pillow shape, stole and muff aie
lined with handsome brocaded satin. You will find this set of extra
worth.   Our price, PER SET $175.00
CLOTHS
See  the atl
Ll
window
display of the newe8, no,t,.
ties. Our big corner wlndo,
contains a few ,:
attractive eldi n
the most
' innel.
ettes, German bia . ������    ,,���
reversible plaid sand stripe,
Paisley Wrapper   ,; thg m
duckling fteece-these  ||nea
are all heavy in v.ei-!;t a!1,
specially   adapti | ,,,, Ki. _
onus.      ROBES,       !moWng
jackets, etc,    in the : .
weights     are    Neardelalni,
Olaines,   Satin   Stripes   Tv,-
Tone   Ivy    Satlm,  ������  Spo..
Checks  and   Stripes    ,
range of colors  r
to   cllOOS'.',   ].(..;    yg
15c to 40c
Embroidery Linens
of Every Description
The finest and best of pure
linens are available in our big
range. You may need one of
these means for your fancy
work.
Round Thread Embroidery Linens. 36 inches, wide, per yard,
60c to Sac.
Fine Costume Linens for waists*
etc., 36 to -hi inches wide, per
yard, 50c to 85c.
Pillow Linens, ii to 60 Inches,
per yard, 75c to $1.10.
She��r Handkerchief Linen
Lawns, 36 inches, per yard, 76c
to $1-76.
Handkerchief Linens, slight':'
heavier than lawn linen, per
yard, 6f>e to $1.60.
Fancy Huckabacks, 16 to 25
Inches w Ide, in designs sultal le
for runneis. scarves, etc, per
j ard, 4'ic to 65c
Plain Huckabacks. 1*1 to 'J''
inches wide, while and Bern
bleached, i er yard, l'u to 50c.
Womens and Misses
Tweed Coats $12.75
Each and every coat as perfectly tailored as any shown at
or three times tlie price. Into
these coats have been i ut materials whic bwhlle not as finely
finished ns broadsloths, etc.,
are just as serviceable for every
day use. They are i!e;.ig:ie I
along the newes tflnes, tin?
' aterlals aie Herringbone
Tweeds, Cheviots and plain and
Fancy Mixed Tweeds. In a good
i   :    e of colors, coats ar ide
wiili se t| littintl hacks, ra _���>
With cluster of wide pli
tm n back ;(.vers, trimmed with
silk, collars of contrast in -
materials, and fancy buttons.
All sizes, specially priced���
EACH        $12.75
Wide Variety in
Fancy Waists
The waist section la bristling
with   many  new    wa
materials  are  In  .
Black   Net   Waists.        :,.    0ve:
silk,  handsomely  tri
silk Insertion, tucki
1'aislcy edging,
Bach     HO.O0
Wisteria   Net  Waif.. ,   .
Paisley  silk, troi
fancy     design,
sleeves���Each         410.0a
Reseda   Net  Waists,
Paisley silk, tri
Lnsei*iun  elbow   1 ���
undi rslee1 e ol  I ..
��� Kadi             I     .
New Chantecler Waii'.s Li
ceri 1 il sllkoll e, ln
or colors, made  ��
v ith   white     j l| :������  .
fancy    edge,      short
sleeves with ;';r. ' ':
Plain and Fancy Delafne IfaltU
$1.25   to   $4 03   Each.
Neat  and attrai h
morning   or -,,
���materials    a e
light and dark
dozens of st; les   all
to 14���Each  ?1.25 to $4.::
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
SKNI) YOUR ORDERS TO
TO BE CLEANED AND DYED
BY THE NEW AND PERFECT P HOCKS;..
We have wide experience in
Cleaning and Dying.
Machinery antl  skilled    work
people, in facl  we have every
facility at hand lo give you the
BEST worn: POR THK
LEAST  MONEY.
GoWns    and     Costumes,  Gents'
Suits,   Gloves,  etc,
G. F. BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.  .-
���      Kti-a-i^**.*.        _    m	
l STORE, BANK fUTINGS
I AND   OFFICE
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SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL
INGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne.
JHONE '"3
���������
LYNE'S
Hew 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.
/ERTISE   IN  THE   DAILY  NEW.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything ehe
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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