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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard  Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES It CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME
.* 5   NUMBER 22fi.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C, SATURDAY  MORNING, OCTOBER
1910.
PRIC 3 FIVE CENTS.
fUDENTS IN NIGHTIES
ALMOST CAUSE PANIC
itrons of Majestic Theatre
[Startled by Noisy Appear-
lance of Robed Host.
[.      .. get. 21.���Two hundred stu-
Lg ,,i  Washington   university   al-
|i| caused a panic today by particl-
lVuii. nl a nightshirt  parade iu antic-
ion 0]  ii,,.   Washington-Whitman
game   tomorrow   afternoon.
I marched In a body to the
I ( theatre where they forced
rt entrance and Invaded the foyer in
I., , ���:.,. efforts of doorkeepers and
li,.,, to keep them out.
JtIic audience rose in a body and
Ime made a rush for tlie exits, hut
Lore '!"' i';'"ir became general the
I   .:���   gave their college .ell, there-
revallng  their  identity   and   pur-
���se.
|Twenty-seven of the revellers were
Irested, but later released when one
I the regents of the university of-
Jred n, stand responsible for the
Image and  future  behavior  of   the
G.T.P. WILL REACH
PACIFIC IN 1913
Shortage of Labor is Big
Drawback, Declares General Manager Chamberlain
Iffl INQUIRIES FOK
PORT MANN PROPERTIES
Jest Denis Are Put Through by Van-
jvtr  Firms,   One   Claiming   Turnover  of   $2,000,000.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���E, .1. Chamberlain, general manager of the G. T. P.,
states his company expects to handle
t��i million bushels of grain this year
on the line which now extends to Edmonton.
The (1. T. P. line will bu finished to
the c iasl In 1913.
Labor is now the great problem.
Mr. Chamberlin points out that there
are now only 1600 men working on
the west slope when there should be
5000.
HERON
IN BALLOON RACE
FEARfD LOST IN WILDERNESS
Three  Aerostats,  Azurea, Dusseldorf II. and America II.
Will Be Sought By Relief Expeditions if Not Reported
By Sunday���Crews May Die of Starvation.
BOGUS TEN-DOLLAR
BILLS  CIRCULATING
Washington, Oct. 21.���Chief Wilkie,
or tlie secret service, has received
notice of a new counterfeit $10 bill,
one of the best ever put out. This
one is of the 1908 series, known as
the Aldrich emergency currency, and
bears the head of McKinley on tlie
reverse. On the face it bears the
name of the First National Bank of
Portland, Oie., and appeared in New
Vork. However, the same back has
appeared on counterfeit tens from San
Francisco and Pasadena banks, which
bids the service to suspect that the
counterfeiters are located on the
coaBt.    A considerable force is being
ncentrated on locating tlie plant.
St, Louis, Mo., Oct. 21.���Relief ex-
pedltlons to search for ihe pilots and
aides of the three missing balloons,
Azurea, Dusseldorf II. and America II.,
which started in the International race
here on .Monday, will be started from
Toronto on Sunday if no news is re-
ceived from the aeronauts before that
tin e This announcement was made
tonight by officials ol the Aero club of
St.  Louis.
May   Die   of Starvation.
The situation In reference to the
unreported balloons assumed a most
serious aspect tonight. It is believed
here that the men have landed somewhere in the wilds of Canada, where
they may be the victims of starvation before succor can reacli them.
Help    Is    Sought.
Tlie Aero club tonight called upon
General James Allen, chief of the United States Signal corps at Washington, to have the revenue cutters patrolling the Great Lakes look
wreckage in Lafe Huron
vessels plying Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, have been requested to keep
a lookout tor the balloons.
The Ontario government, through
its lieutenant governor, J, M. Gibson.
tonight notified the dub that it would
i as
as-
assist  in   the  search   for  the  missing
men.
The Hudson Hay company also '
replied favorably to a request tor
Bistance sent from here today,
Germania.   Reported.
Quebec, Oct. lil.���Word was received here tonight from one cf the aeronauts of the balloon Germania. that
a landing was made at Goocoocash,
179 miles north of here, Wednesday
morning.
Tiie crew of the Germania will leave
Latiuiue.  the  nearest  point   of transportation, for Montreal tomorrow.
Pilot   Graecke   in   Ottawa.
Ottawa. Oct.  21.���Colonel Theodore
Graecke. pilot of the balloon Helvetia,
arrived   here  tonight.    He  landed  at
for . Saint Paclde, Temlskaming, at seven
o'clock   Wednesday   morning,   on   the
LABOR MEN PREPARE
EOR CIVIC CAMPAIGN
Steamship   companies   wliich   have  outtkirts of civilization.
The condition   of   the    real   estate
iiarket  In  the   city   at    the   present
Is encouraging.      While   there
not  been   many  big  deals put
igta during  the  past  few  weeks,
���  ��� ren   a   steady   flow   of  in-
I    ���       ncei nlnj   pun basable  prop-
I        and Jusi now a number ol im
ortant ti insfera are pending,  these
j e ol  the   beat   business
I
de   negotiate l rei ent-
I:      ��� in   Tort   Mann  district,
1 ��� i    keep steadily  i isin. . A
UMQIit CONFERENCE
TO BF. HELD NEXT TEAR
i "Congress of Races" to Take P.ace In
London    Shortly     After    the
Coronation.
London, Oct 21.���One of tlie   most
remarkable congresses ever held    in
transfers have been | London will take place next year, soon
alter  the  coronation,    it   wlll  be  a
meeting of the east and west, and will
be known as   the   "First    universe
races congress."   Ii was originated
far bark as  1906  by  Dr.  Felix  A    i
piofessor   of   social   ethics   of   Ci    nubia   university, and  the responses    to
the appeal have been   so   numerous
thai up to the piesent more than fifty
nations have intimated tlieir intention
of being represented.
There are thirty presidents ot parliament, B  dozen    lliitish    governors.
nearly th.e same   number   of   prime
ministers,    130    professors    ot international law. more than forty oversea
bishops, and 120 members of the permanent court of   arbitration   of   the
Bt an a straight 5 per rent com-   s,,(.,m,|   Hague  conference.    Tlle  gen-
oil   d.-.ils   which   run   Into the   era| secretary is Mr. Spiller. of llamp-
thousands, but In tlie case ot  stead, who has gone to   America   to
Mann   an   understanding   was I make fuller arrangements there,
:'      i I bj the Vancouver linns hand-1 , .
I by   Vancouver   real  es
I ai agents being Interest-
|. md   middlemen    lu   some
\ " *���
Oni   ' m  In  Vancouver  claims t i
V        i interested   in   sales  total-
��� two million dollars Bince the
ement in   Port   Mann  Btart-
.1.  .ill   '   I        deals   hav In ;    1 U   I" -
ivate interests and nol  with
I'        . '       companj.     The  liame
���   >   bandied In some I uses
I ���'���... Bix   or  eight   times.      As
I of tlie Port Mann deals are pul
I' I on i Btraight ."> per cent basis.
Ithe ci ons netted by this flrm
pre considerable.
ll Is nol usual witli real estate men
COUNCIL OF 1910 WILL
HOLD LONG SERVICE RECORD
SPORTS COMMITTEE MADE
SMALL PROFIT ON VENTURE
Change of Government of City   From   Scottish Attractions During Fair Week
Own Charter to Municipal Clauses
Responsible for Extended Term.
Mayor Lee and the present board of
aldermen retain their seats until Jan
Only Netted Surplus of $29.82���
Injured Athlete Gets   $15.
Effort Will Be Made to Get
Qualified Working Men
Registered in Time.
The statement made a week or so
ago that the labor men of the city
woull.l put upa candidate for alderman at tlie next, chic election was no
Idle threat. Last night the executive
of the trades and labor council got together and decided to institute an active campaign. For the present ihe
campaign will be confined to getting
names of householders on Hie voters'
list before the first ol November and
after that will be time enough to select a man to carry the labor banner.
R. B. Monteith was appointed by
the committee to drum up tlie qualified voters and befoie tlie end of the
month it is expected that every man
who can measure up to the householders' qualifications will have his name
registered  with the city  clerk.
A deputation of labor men will wait
upon the city clerk today and ask
him to keep his office open from
seven to eight o'clock tonight and
next Saturday ulglit, so that all who
are not able to come to the city hall
duiing the regular office hours will
still not be debarred from the privilege of registering.
Tlie labor men say that they do not
yet know who will be tlieir candidate.
Some of tie supporters want to run
three or four aldermen, but It is
thought that the trades and labor
council will be content to experiment
with one this year, as it is the first
time that organize 1 labor will have
ever made an effort to lie represented
on the civic legislative body.
TEXT OFjUDGEMENT IN
\M WO VS. CITY
Judge Found Corporation
Used Reasonable Precautions in Building Drains.
NOTHING VERT BRILLIANT
ABOUT "THE BLUE MOUSE"
i
Play  Not Particu'arly  Risque or Orig
Inal���Grace   Merrltt   Acted   We'd;
Others  Just  Sc-Co.
The Scottish sports and concert j
co,nmiltee. which provided the attrac- I
ua.iy 15 and perhaps longer. When itions for one day at the fair, have re-1
tlieir term expires on that date they turned a balance to the H. A. & I.
will bave bad the lonpest occupancy society. Manager Keary yesterday re-
of the ofllce without an election that ceived a letter from Rev. A. K. Vert
any mayor or council ever bad in New  and A. D. McRae. who had charge of
Westminster.   On some occasions "the the   snorts,   enclosing   a   cheque   fori "
mayor and some of the aldermen have  (14.82,  the balance on  ban I. In  spite  of  the  downpour  of   rain
been    elected    by    acclamation,    but j    Fifteen   dollars   were  given  to  Mo (last night a fair crowd turned out to
will Kenzie, the V. A. C. athlete who broke j see "Tiie Blue Mouse," one of the
two hi? ankle in the ] ole vault. Tlie con-J greatest Xew York successes of Cl.de
eld.  cert  proved to be tlie  money  maker.
Mayor Lee and his aldermen
reign for twelve months and
weeks without an election being
������ i ropeities thai  nothing less
be  accepte I.    The   realty  men
,"1''   thai   their   expenses   in    nego-
1 ��� ila amoss the liver, these
the making of many auto-
1     He 'rips with customers and pros-
ustomers, and the length of
BURNS   IN   VANCOUVER.
Tommy     on     His    Way    to    Calgary
Where He Will Show Next Week.
Vancouver. Oct "l ���Tommy Burns,
once the big noise In   the   pugilistic
worl 1, and now the only hope of the
The reason is found
.-al clauses act, under wliich New
Westminster Is now governed instead
of under her charter as of old. For
some unaccountable reason, the act requires that the nominations for civic
elections shall take place cn the second Tuesday in January; The eiec-
tion on ibe first Thursday In January,
and tlie new council takes office on
the third Monday in January.
The time between the nominations
will scarcely give the city clerk time
to have the ballots printed. The
polls this January  will  be open two
n the nninici-  Tlie   committee   realized   a
profit   of
over   $170.   without    wbicli   it    would
have been considerably In the hole.
The  following  is tlie  statement    of
receipts and expenditures for the day:
Receipts.
Expenditures.
hours later than they were at the last L^^^
election,   when   they   closed   at    flve
o'clock.    The hour has been changed
to seven to give worklngmen   every
available opportunity to vote.
���   enulred to show a probable pur- whlu> ,..u.(> is ln ,lH, cl[y on his jsray to
over  the  land,   make  the   in- (..,^.,,-y   whore he will put on a show
: " ;l Straight  E per cent com- |)(,u  W(,'���).   Tommy [8 accompanied by
absolutely  necessary.    The hlB brother-in-law and manager, Mr,
' ertlslng  bills   Incurred  by ..     ,      _...,   ���_   registered   al   the
KID   WEST   KNOCKED   OUT
BY    JACK    SULLIVAN
���   progressive lit ins eai  upa  vv0od8"hotel.   Burns ls going to Bhow
bortioii   of  the  commissions.  ,|( lh(, (.|U(1!. oi Eastern Canada, mak-
Pi
in
Norfolk, N'eb.. Oct. 21.���Montana
Jack Sullivan, of Oneill. Neb., knocked out Kid West, of this city, in the
flfth round of a scheduled twenty-
round tight. Sullivan claims the
middle-weight championship of tin,
world.
Fitch.
The play was pleasing at times.
but it was not of tlie best comedies
ever seen here. The dialogue was
weak and no originality ever broke
through the ordinary uninteresting
speeches. There was plenty of fun
but it was caused by situations, some
of them genuinely humorous and some
slightly indecorous.
With  the exception  of the work of
Grace Merrltt, who acted the part of
Paulelte   Divine,   the   "Blue   Mouse,"
,the   hlstronlc   ability    displayed    was
| weak.    Mrs.   Merrltt   acted   her   pait
witli   much  grace ancl just  sufficient
! vulgarity to outline her status in tlie
social world.    Tlie other members of
Ithe cast almost all overdiJ their parts,
'' from the parlor maid, wbo gave ber
I employers coqpetish digs in the ribs,
Ito   the   president   of   tlie   Interstate
railroad,   who   was   dressed  like   Ihe
woist type of slum thug.
Marshall for four Saturdays for strik-1    However, the action made the play
lng an opponent.   The   management acceptable and no dissatisfied   play-
committee of tlie New Zealand Rugby
Grant  	
Donations
Km lies ..
Concert ..
Total   ..
Sports ...
Band 	
Conceit
Balance
Total
...$500.00j
... 225.60 !
...    51.75
... 435.00
..$1212.25 |
..,$729.70j
...    TO.on
... 282.80 !
99.931,
...    20.82
,.$1212.26
Severe Penalty for Rugbyist.
The Wellington. N. 7... Rugby union
recently  suspended a    player    named
union, considering this an extraordinarily inadequate sentence, unanimously disqualified Marshall tor two years.
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joers left the theater last night. Hints
that the show was slightly improper,
wliich liave been bandied about tlie
streets,  probably  affected  the attend-
'anee to some extent, but tlie suspicions of the noble-minded were, for the
'most part, without foundation.
:''   all allowance is made tor ex- )n,, (Msy stages to the Atlantic, where
fai margin ot profit remains he will board ship tor London.   Burns
llel  of the   specialists   In  .     agreed to llghl a number of Eng-
������������������������������������������������*
'  " ttie only  a  few  small  pieces
' dl   owned   land   within  the
'������   but   these are  held  at   whal
1    '   filed as prohibitive pel - by
i Iwaj
tun: i
company,    In all proba-
"'i e of these parcels Will even-
'"' expropriated by the C. N. R.
WILL PLAY IN EUROPE.
lish heavyweights for Hugh Mcintosh.
Including Bombardier Wells, and then
he will go on with Sam Langford as
the wlndiip. Bums destroyed the
Championship aspirations    of    several
oilier army fighters Including Gunner
Moir, and he hopes to squelch the
Bombardier Jusi the same.
"���� Mav  Sutton and  Miss  Hotchkiss
s     Will Tour the Old  Land.
,   ��� ' ���*'   Vork.  Oct,   'JL���li   was  slated
.      'onnls     circles     hers      that
,.'      M;'*   Sui ton    and    Mis.     Hazel
1      liklss
MAIL SERVICE TO
FAR NORTHERN POSTS
PRINCE   FRANCIS OF TECK
IS   CRITICALLY   ILL
London, Oct. 22.-4:60 a, m,
��� A bulletin lias Just been issued stating that tue condition
of Prince Francis of Teck. a
brother ot Queen Mary, bus be-
.come extremely critical during
Uie  last   hour.
Prince Frauds Is ill witli
pleurisy, and recently underwent  two operations.
Ottawa Oct. 21.���The post office departmenl has arranged for a special
mail  service similar to thai   provided
CANADIAN    CENSUS    TO
COST   $1,000,000   OR   MORE
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���Preparations are being made tor the
census next Juno. A commission is to be appointed of reach
two bundle I and fourteen electoral districts of Canada. Tlie
civil servhe commission is advertising examinations for census clerks, who will number
two hundred or more.
lt is expected the census will
cost a million dollars or more.
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GENERAL BOOTH
IS  ALMOST  CL
ND
London. Oct. 21.���If his Btate cf
health, which lias been much discussed of late, is sufficiently satisfactory
to allow arrangements to be made tor
a German preaching and lecturing
lour General liootli wlll probably, before returning to Kngland, visit Denmark, where his youngest daughter Is
territorial commandant of the Salvation Army.
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The following is the complete text
of the judgement, handed down recently In the ooiinty court by his
honor Judge Howay in the case oi"
Sum Kum Wo vs. the city of New
Westminster, an action claiming compensation for damages caused to plaintiff's stock during a heavy rainstorm
last year:
Tl.e plaintiff is th.e owner of a shop*
on lot 2, In block 23, at the corner of
Mclnnes and Carnarvon stieets, in the,
city of New,Westminster.
Tlie defendants in pursuance oC
tlieir duty under section 205 of tha
New Westminster act, 1888, constructed a drain on Tentli stieet connecting,
with drains on various Intersecting
streets. The waters brought down by
the Tenth street drain had for about,
twenty years been carried across Carnarvon stieet by a culvert which in
1908 was replaced by the present and
larger one.
The land on which tlie plantifl's.
shop is situate was a swamp and the
floor of tlie plaintiff's shop originally
was four or flve feet above Its natural
surface. A short distance behind or
to the northward of plaintiff's premises tlie land rises forming a hillside.
Tlie streets, Tenth. Carnarvon and
Mclnnes, were built of slabs and sawdust, but in  1H08 were covered  With
Macadam or gravel, so that their surfaces  are  now  impervious  to  water.
The effect of this work was to raise
the street level, above the    level    of
plaintiff's floor;  but plaintiff took no
step to raise that floor, whirl; on the
evidence remained about two feet below the street level.
i    About the Bame time   the    dredge
King Edward filled in that portion of
I Hie  swamp  on   which  tbe  plaintiff's
shop   was  situate   with  sand   or   si'.t
ifrom tbe river to within less than a
I foot of the floor.    Tbere is    n i    evi-
Idence ot the arrangement under which
I this was done, but as the plaintiff was
in possession of the property at    the
(time, and there is no evidence of any
objection on liis part I must assume
that it was done with his consent.
On tlie night of November 2i. 1909,
as a  result of a  very heavy  rainfall
[the   cuivert   across   Carnarvon   street
[though unobstructively running to Its
full capacity was insufficient tj carry
oft' tile water coming down the Tenth
stieet   drain   and   this   water   flowed
over and upon the plaintiff's propeit.y
covering tlie floor to a depth of abiuu.
two feet and damaging liis goods-.
That storm ls suc-wn lo have been
the most ���."' j.ent in all the eleven,
years for ������. ich there are meteorological recx i.s in i...i city, in the
twenty-foul ..ours fi..;.i 5 p.m. November 2~ to Ci p.m. No.ember 28 4.115.
inches of rain toil. The nearest approach to this extraordinary rainfall.
was in Marcli, 1900, when 4.in inche*
fell in twenty-four hours, but with tiiis.
exception the highest recoi d toe
twenty-tour hours is 2.92 inches.
For tlie plaintiff evidence was.
given of the size ot the Tentli street
drain and of the various drains leal-
ing into It. It appears that some of
tue drains an tlie upper levels ot the
hillside were of larger capacity than
tliose lower down. From Queens
avenue to Royal avenue the drulii la
12x12 and for a portion 12x16; from.
Royal avenue to tlie Carnarvon street
ltn-ixH) 7-8; the culvert is 12x18%.
and from Carnarvon street to tbe
river 11^x11%,
There is, however, no evidence that
tlie upper drain on Tentli stieev.
though larger was bringing any mora
water than the poi tion from Royal
avenue to Carnarvon stieet could
carry. Tlie evidence is tbat the
water waa overflowing th.e drain vm
the level In the vicinity of i.ie culvert; that Is that by reason ol the
velocity tbe culvert though larger
than the drain could uot keep i: clear..
It is claimel by tlie plaintiff that
other water came upon his propertj
by reason of being Drought down by-
the drain on Holbrook stieet. Into lot.
2t, east of Mclnnes stieet and tntneet
reached his property. As the substructure of Mclnnes and Carnarvon
streets is of slabs, and the surface <if
i lot 24 was then considerably below
am satisfied that
lot   2i reached the.
As regards his eyes, while tlie sight (|(e slu,et  grade,
of one ia entirely gone, that of tlie no   w.Ue,.   (rom
other Is blurred by a cataract to such pia[ntlj{>B   property;   either   tiie   mac-
extent that General  liootli cannot. ut|an,ti,-eli surfaces of Carnarvon    and
Earl Grey Thanks Province For
Gift of Splendid Wapiti Head
: in and    ovicngilsh" chim.phm  ��ry 8 and Fcbnian Chlppewa,
; remarkable bb the only Amerl- r_ay..?<; 'T^..,^    VJ,   snitth   For.
J '  '"  s     Bl   Wimble lon.    When
(,)u' l'lB>'ed In Kngland a few years ago
|h '"' ''''d n ureal sensation and
, ,W(",I litem Bhe was 111 ii class by
If these two California!!
ai'e the Journey  some excel-
Landing.    Foil
Hay River and Fori I'fovl-
Klr
len
Smith's
Resolution,
It ii necesiary that mall matter for
these despatches bo letters only. The
weight of each teller is to be not
Letters '"a>' be
Victoria, Oct, 21.���In
has Just reached the Provincial premier, Hon. Richard Mcferlde, from his
excellency Barl Grey, governor general of Canada, the following grateful acknowledgement
,,.,..-'--'V Is ,,,0,,,,.,,,^ Kngland now   *������������� StoU*. P-'etc-ce
I ot  nn evcellent  pia ver In  Mis.   n.u����"
* ..',,.'' rili"��l"'''��.    This se
,     he three tournabiente \m  , ,     , ,	
h"��l<' defeat. Jng to dale of posting
i    ������,..   rezlsterea, ou nm iuoum.. �����-����� -
W '"  M,,'   Ml   be given ftl'Bl to registered letters.
Vi'thout I S�� Sw* l0 ,,,dllu,r>' l,tt6M ftC6��rd'
letter which wapatl head which you and your colleagues of the executive council liave
been kind enough to present to Rideau Hall, to hang theie as permanent
representation of t lie big game of
British Columbia. I greatly appreci-
is made of tine aie this generous action on the part
wapiti (elk) head recently sent from of your province. 1 am glad that the
this province to adorn the halls of the head wlll hang lm the Government
federal government house ut Ottawa, house during the last winter of my
where It will serve also Indirectly as resi 'once therein, and I trust tills e.x-
a handsome advertisement of British ample aud liberality of British Colum-
Columbia's magnificent asset in big bia may stimulate other provinces to
Bame. follow In your footsteps.
My Dear Mr, McBride���1   have  re-      I remain, Yours Very Trul".
turned to Ottawa and found the fine GREY.
an
recognize bis most Intimate friends J Mclnnes streets would act as a dam.
even at. close quarters. At most he or thel]. substructures would act as u.
perceives them In vague outline. Still  8lexe
on occasions he manages to write a; , MI)1 Bau8fle(j that the water which
few lines in a large haul where he
has some special interest in doing so.
Otherwise he dictates every tiling.
' Apart from this he Is in excellent
spirits and his bodily and mental
vigor continues to be remarkable for
a man pf liis years. He will be eighty-
two next spring.
damaged   tlie   plaintiffs   goods   came
(Continued on Page Five.)
Northwestern  Enters Portland.
San Francisco, Oct. 21.���Permission
to organize   u   Northwestern   league
baseball team in Portland for next
season was granted lasl night by the
directors of the Coast league to Manager McCtedle, of the Portland Coast
league clubs. Non-eonfllctlng game
schedules are stipulated.
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Steamer Ashore.
Victoria, Oct. 21���The four-
master wooden schooner Ban*
gor, bound from Port Gamble
to Sun Francisco with lumber,
run ashore at Bedford Island.
Beech er Bay, last night during
a fog. The crew reached WIII-
lamshead quarantine station In
Bafety.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22
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Classified Advertisements IREAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
TO LET���TWO
rooms.    Apply
FURNISHED    BED-
alu Royal avenue.
WANTED ��� DINING    ROOM    GIRL.
Apply Kings Hotel.
IVANTED��� SITUATION BY JAPAN-
ese boy who understands cooking
and house work .Apply, Japanese
Mission, Telephone L261.
I THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451  Columbia  St
New Westminster,  B.  C.
. Branch Office Kamloops, B.C
~~      PORT MANN
'TEN acres in section 27, block 5
north, range - west, adjoining the
townsite. Price $1000 per acre; one-
quarter cash.
COMPULSORY MILITARY
TRAINING NECESSITY
WANTED���BY RELIABLE A.CCOUN-
tant clerical work, writing up or
opening up sets of books; collections made;-terms reasonable. Ap-
Iv L'7 Guichon block.
TEN   acres   in
section
35,
block   5
north
range
i west.
Price
$li50
per
acre;
one-thii
d cash.
WANTED���GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
Keneral downstairs work; must be
plain cook. Apply Mrs. Dr. Jones,
4S  Royal avenue.
SIXTY acres on Townline road, close
to townsite. Price $500 per acre;
one-third cash, balance one, two,
three an 1 four years.
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, SITU-
ation as clerk in stoie. Address L.
S., Daily News.
EIGHTY acres on Yale road in northeast quarter of section 24, township '-'. Price $^00 per acre; $5000
cash.
Field-General  Sir  Evelyn  Wood   Says
Every Male Britisher Should Be
Trained to Arms.
NO ACTIVE PART RY
JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN
Refuses to  Be  Drawn  Into Campaign
of Insurgents in  Unionist Party
���Is Very Feeble.
CITY
NEW   WESTMINSTER
for
of con-
const ruction   of
Pav-
to
WANTED���A   YOUNG   WOMAN
once;  good wages to the right pei
son.    Apply
Royal City  dye works
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
girl   for  general   housework.    Good
wages to the right girl.    Apply
Second  street.
_jTHE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
ATI        Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
T. H.  McCormick.
Manager Real   Estate  Dept.
Head  Office 451  Columbia St.
New V/estminster, B. C.
Branch Office ���     Kamloops, B.C.
'i20
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
ADVERTISE   IN THE   DAILY NEWS
W ANTED ��� HOUSE KEE PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply 125  Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOK   SALE���ON  EASY  TEKMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots'    close
to tram.   Immediate possession. Ap-
. ply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR SALE���$100 SECURES A NEW
modern four or five roomed cottage,
close to car line, 50x100 foot lots.
Enquire British Canadian Securities,
Columbia street, T. R. Pearson,
manager.   Plione 768.
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, $700 per acre for
this month $1500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOR SALE���CASH REGISTER, IS
inches wide, double key board, first
class condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Reid, Columbia street, next to
'tram office.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Real    Estate,    Auctioneer,    Valuator,
Loans and  Insurance.
Walker Block, Columbia street. Phone
Office  703,   Residence   L611.
FOR   SALE.
FOUR-ROOM
Price $2000.
HOUSE,    lot    cleared.
Terms to suit.
SEVEN-ROOM   cottage   on    eir   line.
Price $2,350, on easy terms.
SIX-ROOM modern cottage, lot in fruit
trees.    Price  $2i>00;   terms.
FOUR-ROOM cottage, $1600;  terms.
i
SIX-ROOM modern cottage on Fourth
street. Price only $2800, on terms.
A NEW modern bungalow furnished,
cement foundation, $400 cash; balance $20 per month.
WE  have  houses  in  all
city on easy terms.
parts of the
London. Oct. 21.���Among prominent
Englishmen who have most recently
actively advocated the enactment of
universal compulsory military training of the male population of the
United Kingdom is Field Marshal Sir
Evelyn Wood. Affirming that it is
the duty of every man to defend his
country in times of national danger,
he contends that to do so effectively
every    man    must    be systematically
! trained as a soldier in times of peace.
i To this end, in-so-ffjr as it may be ob-
j tained in existing circumstances, he
has been foremost in drging the widespread    establishment    of    miniature
! r if le ranges. "It is now generally admitted," said he when he recently pre-
sided at the invitation of Lady St.
Helier, at the opening of such a practice range at Cold Ash. in Berkshire,
"that, however inadequate the training on a miniature range may be in
comparison witli that obtainable on
an open range, yet nine-tenths of tlie
difficulty of service shooting may be
overcome on a miniature range.
"For many years, both officially and
privately. I have advocated compulsory service for home defence. I believe the need of compulsory service
is all the greater today. Tlie difficulty
of persuading the British public of
this necessity is partly due to the immunity which they have enjo/ed from
the horrible sufferings inseparable
from an Invasion, successful or unsuccessful.
"If any of you here live to see our
country invaded���and unless the
whole male population is trained to
arms I believe some of you should
realize what would happen right here
whon, say 10,000 men of an enemy's
army reach Newbury.
"It is high time that we awoke to
realities. I believe that compulsory
military training should be enforced
at the earliest possible moment."
London, Oct. 21.���It having been
predicted in the press that the Right
Hon. Joseph Chamberlain will reappear in ihe House or Commons this
winter, a correspondent asked his son,
Neville, if it were true
"Father may go to the House," the
son answered, "hut he will not take
any part in discussions, as his health
is no better than it had been for the
pasl two years."
The Unionist insurgents, who are
fretting under the restraint placed
upon their campaigning activities by
Mr.~ Balfour's failure to give them a
strong lead, sent an emissary to Mr.
Chamberlain to induce him to either
appear in the House of Commons to
energize Mr. Balfour, or write a strong
I manifesto to
Tenders for  Paving Third Street.
The corporation invites tenders
from street paving companies
grading, street paving, layin
crete sidewalks and
storm sewers for Third street trom
Roval avenue to Sixth avenue,
ing companies will be required
state term or years they will guarantee their paving and percentage of
money the corporation can retain during the period or guarantee; also the
steepest grade their pavement Is safe
for horse traffle.
Plans, profiles, specifications and
further information can be obtained
from J. W. B. Blackman. City Engineer.
Canvassing aldermen or ratepayers
by representatives of Paving Companies strictly prohibited.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5 o'clock on  Monday,
October 31, 1010.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
Clly Clerk.
City   Hall.  New  Westminster, October, 19,1910.
SCHOOL BOOKS
School Supplies
AND EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
A T
MOREY'S
665���Columbia  Street���665
New Westminster, B. C.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER
force  his  hand,  but   the
ome firebrand was found to be very
feeble and  unwilling to take any    active  pari   In  the  campaign.    He  com-1
plained   that   the   Unionist   party   hasi!'"1,1
Bhown  a  disposition  to  put tariff  reform in the background, although it is ,
tlie  only   policy  containing  any   hope
for them in tlie future.   Consequently
he did not feel inclined to exert him- |
self any more.
Mr. Balfour is trying to keep the
Unionist party quiet pending the result or the constitutional conference,
but a pledge of secrecy bars him from
giving liis political friends auy information concerning the recommendations the conference is likely to make.
LURE OF PARIS.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 or the Local
Improvement General Bylaw, 1000, notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for local Improvements on
Columbia street from the east line of
Fourth street to the west line of Leo-
Place Is oren for Inspection at
the offlce of the Assessment Commissioner in the City Hall. New Westminster, British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person Interested in
any of the properties included therein
desires to appeal from such assessment he should within the period oi
eleven ill) days from the first publication of this notice, give notice to
the undersigned In writing of his intention  to  appeal.
Dated
D., 1910
the   10th  day  of  October,  A.
W
A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Date of first publication October 11
1010.
But
LOTS.
TWO lots all cleared and on car line,
$150u; easy terms.
FULL-SIZED LOT on Hamilton street.
Price $700;  one-third cash;  balance
FOR SALE���FIVE BOOM COTTAGE, |    '" ���"r;'nsc-	
nearly new, electric light, half min-  FULL-SIZED LOT on Nanaimo street,
AIDING SPINSTERS
TO  FIND HUBBIES
Paris, Oct. Ul.���Pascal Favale, a
benevolent gentleman who has just
died, lias devoted his modest rortune
to promoting matrimony.   The repopu-
biting of France was liis end ln view.'court, needless to say,
lie leaves three sums of $1.5 each to j Paris  fashions,  enacts
Members of Germany's Royal
Family Seldom Venture.
London, Oct. 21.���"Lest we forget."
Just before the coming of age of
Princess Victoria Louise, youngest
child and only daughter of Emperor
William or Germany, which occurred
last month, a rumor was in circulation
in Paris that overtures had been
made to the French government by
the government, of Berlin to permit
the young princess and her mother to
make a short visit to the French
capital strictly  incognito.
Their   visit,   it   may   he   explained,
was not  intended  for the  purpose of
purchasing  toilettes,  for  the  German
while copying
that     the     le-
ttte to car. Price $1500, cash $300
balance $20 per month. Box W. S.,
Daily News.
all  slashed;   $650, on  easv  terms.
LOT   on   Princess
Price  $575;   any
street,   all   cleared.
kind of terms.
FOR SALE OR RENT BV OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth , THOSE are just a few on our list;
street. Apply on premises for par- come i:i and look over our selection
tfculars or 512 Fourth street, New | before buying elsewhere.
Westminster, it. C.
JOSEPH TRWERS
Renl     Estate,     Auctioneer,     Valuator,
Loans   and   Insurance.
Walker Block, Columbia Street. Phone
Office 703,  Residence  L611.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, NEW-
ly furnished, first-class board; all
home cooking. Terms very reasonable, at B13 Agnes street.
TO RENT���A LARGE FRONT BED-
room, furnished. Apply Arrow Press,
609 VictoHa street, near Daily-
News.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURN-
ished front bedroom, suitable for
two gentlemen. Apply Box J. S.,
Daily News.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
oer Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
*DOlr 71 if Tr*w atreer
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
. entlemen.   Apply at 23,1 8th St.      I _______
 1 SURREY.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED! EIGHTY acres improved in Surrey,
room suitable for two. Handy toi two miles from tram; unimproved
business section. Apply 129 Tenth ; land across the road sold for $100
���1-r*nt i er acre;  $4500 cash.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Fire,   Life,   Accident   and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia  Street.    Phone 680.
DELTA.
ONE   HUNDRED  acres    improved   in
Delta;  $11,000 cash, or $14,000, one-
half cash.
LANGLEY.
SEVENTY   ACRES,   station   on   property; one-half mile frontage on Vale
load;   one-half  mile  from   Hurrays'
Corners;   $3200 cash.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-'SEVEN and one-half acres in Ken-
ply upstairs Trapp hlock, corner! nedy subdivision, one-half mile from
���~_i���n,. i��� ���,...t  nnH D��.k_nn Kennedy Station; $1800; cash takes
TO     RENT  ���  FURNISHED     BED-]
rooms,     703   Third   avenue.     Apply
after vl p, m  or between 0 a, in. and
T.  |i.  m. u'   Room   1 i.  623 Columbia
��tr��'-t
this
;leared
avenue
$1300,
CITY.
corner     lot     on     Fourth
and    Tenth    street;    price
LOST.
LOST ��� BLACK-FRINGED SHAWL
wrap,    n    Under    returns to   516
Twe fth   Btrei I   a   reward will   be
given,
SIX   lots on   Fourteenth  street;   price
$2760;  good terms.
W. P. WHITE
.Architect an-i  Building  Constructor.
Sreclallst in Steel, Reinforced Concrete ami .Modem Building Construction    Telephone 800,
Ftoom   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NFW  WESTMINSTER.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
LOT on Fourth street near Tenth avenue;  price $500 on terms.
THREE   kts   corner    Twelfth    street
and Tenth avenue;   price $2300.
^KElXli^ToTrBROSr^
Fire,   Life,   Accident   and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia Street.    Phone 680.
three spinsters on condition that they
shall desert spinsterhood. The list of
applicants wlll close by November 15
next. They must be over sixteen and
under twenty-flve. Otherwise no conditions whatever are imposed, save
the one essential one that tliey give
up celibacy. They may he plain or
lovely, unco' guid or flighty; but they
must marry.
Three names will he drawn by lot
from among those on the list. These
three spinsters will then bind themselves to marry before the expiration
of three years. This gives them amide
time to look arouml. On their wedding day. provided that it conies to
pass within three years, $125 will be
handed to each of the three brides.
If any or all of tiie three spinsters
are still spinsters alter the lapse of
three years, the dowry will be forfeited and fresh candidates chosen by
lot. A dowry of $125 does not seem
an enormous inducement to marriage,
and  will  hardly he enough    to    keep
gend "Made in Germany" appear on
all necessary garments worn at court
by Germen women, from the Empress
down.
A prompt and very forcible negative
was sent, in reply, bul nevertheless the
news became known, not, perhaps,
with very much secret objection on
the part of the French government
A monster indignation meeting was
planned in Paris in protest of the request made by Germany. Unci- and
over again has the attempt been made
to enable members of the reigning
royal family of Germany to visit
France, but tlie same reply is always
conveyed to Berlin, in diplomatic
language; "At your own peril. We
cannot be responsible for your personal safety." When a young and
daring member of the family did venture into French territory some time
ago lie was quickly hustled back
across the frontier by cautious French
! officials, who realized the grave results that would follow if tlie Ideiititv
NOTICE.
The Corporation of the City of New
Westminster has deposited with the
Minister ot Public Works at Ottawa
and in the offlre of the Registrar of
Deeds for the District of New Westminster, British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of
the proposed site for laying steel
pipe line or water main under the
Brunette river in the Province ol
British Columhla. and after one
month from the first publication hereof will apply to the Governor in
Council   for  approval   thereof.
Dated   this  Third   day    of   October.
1010.
W.  A.  DUNCAN.
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation   of   the    City    of    New
WeRtminsiKi.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water.
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B, C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:  Prlneen k|
NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  thai
The Corporation of the City of Xew
Wesl minster has deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and in ihe ofiice of the Registrar of
deeds for the Distiict of New Westminster. Biitish Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description ol
the proposed site for laying steel
pipe line or fflter main under the
north arm of the Kraser River in the
Province of British Columbia, and after one month from the first publication hereof will apply to the Governor
In Council for approval there of.
DATED this Third  dav of October,
1010. W. A. DUNCAN.
THE
Bankof Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong hanking organization.
Interest is paid on   Savings
Balances half-yearly,
''���"siness   Accounts    opened
os ravorabie  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE.. ,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
house on, yet the list of applicants is of the royal visitor became generally I Corporation of the City of New
said to be quite a long one. [known. ,,-........
Westminster.
r
j Good
Underwear
White Star-DominioD
Canadian Service
We are fully prepared to take care of every man's underwear requirements.
This important item of a man's attire receives here the attention it deserves.
We have chosen for our trade the best mills' productions in the different wanted fabrics.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed lo the foot of Sixteenth
Street and Fifth avenue, where It will
Ite burned by tlie corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of uny kind on
any other sireet or avenue or on any
tunc, vacant, lot or public property
will he prosecuted under tlie provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
lly Order, S. .1.  PBARC1C,
Sanitary  Inspector
City Hall, .lune 13. 1010.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW  WESTMINSTER ��� B. C
No coarseness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.    Fine and pure
as newly-fallen snow���so  rich  in
delicious savour, once used, always
used
na
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
IKI       DAILY       NEW6
Try a "WANT"  ad  lu  Tiie News
It will bring result*.
We Have :
Merino, Non-shrinkable Wool,
Camel's Hair, Natural Wool in
all the test known makes, such
as Stan fields, Penman's, Watson's, Wolsey, Golden Fleece,
Turnbull's and many others.
SUk
Trimmed
Full
Fashion
All
Sizes
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebe*���Liverpool.
Laurentic     Oct. 2>
(New, triple screw, 14.8t>- tons.)
Canada   Nov. 5
Megantic Nov. 12
Dominion     Nov. U
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool.
(Christinas Sailings I
Laurentic            Dec. J
Canada ��ec- ,(l
The Laurentic and Megantic ��re
new White Star steamers til elargW
and most modern from CanadM
jiorts.
For rates, berth reservations, i'1'''
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R
W. F.  BUTCHER, Agent fi. N. R-
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
'HO Second Avenue, Seattle, Wa��n-
The Very Tall Man, the Short, Stout Man or the Extra Large Man can be fitted here as well as the man of normal figure.
REID   &   COMPANY
L601 Columbia St. Store of Satisfaction I
flflm g��������� *___________^_ t_jq___pz__pM ^maBrij" _*!_**. <gg*Hyiiyriifti fl. gp^g i%fTB*r
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avem*
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Pr*9*
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro-
near The Daily News Co., CO!) VioW
I Street.
Try a "WANT" ad in The Ne**
U wiU Itilt** result*, 	
ml    i ..  ���     . sATUBDAY, OCTOBER  22,  1910.   |
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
nic of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
....   f14,400,000.00
CAp|TAL     11,000,000.00
RESERVE   	
Canada
lon.
Branches throughout    Cana
B ., ,���ii-ind   anu   in   Londc
Sewfoandlana, �� . .
and
Eng-
��, YorkCbicagO and Spokane,
1 and Mexico City.    A  general
��� business transacted. Let-
,an .-.edit issued, available with
*rr8re��Bfpondents iu    all    parts of    the
irorld.
Savings
Sa
Bank Dipartment���DeposltB
. m  sums of $1  and upward,
lreT ,i rest allowei at 3 per cent per
_rd.!_r present rate).
|erTo.al  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
,,.it. a 'P1��Iie 1,s'     Barn 'Vkou% 18?
Columbia Street-
EUga.e   delivered    promptly    lo
any part ot t5i�� city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
oFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lota 10, 11, 1., 13, 14, yj   lf)   17
and 18, block 42 of section '.',, block .
North range 7. west in the district of
New Westminster.
WHEREAS proof of the loss of certificate of title number 3379F, Issued
in tbe name of Sai ah MIcble bas been
tiled in this ofllce.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I shall, at the expiration of one month
from the date of ihe first publication
hereof, in a daily newspaper published In the city of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate,
unless In tbe meantime valid objection be made to me in writing,
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, Ii. ('., September 27. 1910.
ENGLAND NOW HAS
AN AERIAL CORPS
REMARKABLE DISCOVERIES
WERE mi AT MEMPHIS
I Bones Found  in Ancient Sarcophagus
British Army IS Being Placed '       Ha'!   Been  Wrapped  Separately
Or Par With Continental in Linen-
Forces.
London, Oct. 21.���The most interest-
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. Q, Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
phone 661 Residence   Phone  133
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
c-.it-in accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 7j5.
"To The
General Public"
TAKE   NOTICE.
I have tlie best potatoes grown In
B. c. :.t cheaper rates per sack, or by
the ton, delivered anywhere in the
city limits of New Westminster free
of chai ge,
Satisfaction guaranteed, (live your
order now iind get delivery same day.
Don't forget the address.
HATT COOK
[The  Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527   Front  St.,  New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
No bitterne�� in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in ialtness���but delicate, giving just
the right savour.   Use no other.
IS)
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
an-
London, Oct. 21.���An official
nouncenient issued at Aldershot on
Thursday foreshadows remarkable developments in British military aeronautics, indicating that the War Office
is losing no time In placing the army
in equal touting with the forces of
un
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
tp
Gold Watcaes for Ladl.-s from |12./5 ���
i.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open  face
|6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'   opvn    case,
|7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waliham   and     Kigm
(Patches.
W '      repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3Vi  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local   Agentt
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK |
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers und freight  as follows:
Leavea New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
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continental nations in the employment nt the new arm in warefare.
it is Intimated in the war office
Btatemenl thet .Major Sir Alexander,
Q innerman, Bai ���.. oi the Royal Engineers, at present on the general;
Bt i': at the wai office, has taken up
the command oi a newly-cyganized
military, corps, composed of expert
military  and  civilian  aeronauts.
I he new imp.- will be divided into
two departments���ballooning, which
wlll im hide dirigible work, and aero-'
planlng. The tm mer will be conducted at Aldershot, and the latter mi
Salisbury Plain, wiih headquarters
also at Aldershot.
Colonel .1. !���:. Capper, R.E., will re-1
llnqulsh the appointment of command-j
ant of the school cr ballooning, tlie \
scope of which is to be greatly extended, and will go to the southern com-!
mand to lake up another appointment |
no;, directly connected with balloon-1
Ing.
Have  Military Value.
The    new      appointment    indicates
that   tlie  demonstrations of the  inili-
tary    value    of aeronautics    at    tlie I
French    manoeuvres   and    w'sewliere
during  the  autumn  are  regarded  by I
the   army   authorities  as   justification !
lor immediate practical  wink in this i
country.    Already  Fiance possesses a
numerous corps of military aeroplan-
ists,   whose   exploits   this   year    Have
rivalled in skill and endmance tliose
of their civilian confreres, several of
whom  have also been given    special I
appointments in tlie aerial   corps   of;
tne   French   army.     Hy   the   . Tench I
military authorities    it    is considered 1
to  be  conclusively    shown    that    an
army not furnished with    aeroplanes
could   nol   hope   to   meet     on     equal
lerms  as  an  enemy  in   possession  of
ti.e new arm.    The aviator, in fact, is
held   to   have  completely   superseded
me scout an l outpost system of reconnaissance. Germany also has been de-'
1 eloping   her  aerial   corps   with   great
activity, and  though the  results have
been  more spectacular than successful in the department of dirigible balloons,   has   also   a   considerable   corps
of practiced aviators.
At present ihe only aeroplane possessed by the Hritish army i? an early
Wright machine placed at the disposal of the aeronautical corps by the
,,';>'. lion. 0. S. Rolls, wbicli bus not
n used.
Privately, however, British officers
liave adopted the study of aviation
witli enthusiasm and success. At tlie
recent manoeuvres Capt. Dickson ami
a brother oiti.er voluntarllly attended
wiih Farman biplanes and engaged
in scouting v. ork on behalf of the Hed
forces. Lie.it. Uunne lias evolved an
oiiginal type id' flying machine possessing a remarkable degree of automatic stability. British civilian aviators, though fewer in number, liave
shown themselves to be the equals in
skill and daring of their Continental
rivals.
Has Great Record.
The new aerial' commandant. Major
Sir Alexander Hanuerman, U.K.. lias a
distinguished service record. He entered the army in 1891 as a youth of
nineteen, and nine years later was
fighting in Soutli Africa. He was
mentioned in despatches, and wears
the Queen's medal wiih three clasps
and King's medal witli two clasps. Attached to the Japanese army during
Uie Russo-Japanese war, he saw the
siege and fall of Porl Arthur, it was
while fighting the Moors In 1901 that
he succeeded to ihe baronetcy, wbicli
dates from 1682.
Colonel ('upper. P.. K.. who now relinquishes command of the ballooning
school,   lias   been   the   moving   spirit, j
since the retirement of Colonel Tem-
pler, in the valuable preliminary work
which,   In   face   Of   lack   of  funds  and ;
other serious obstacles, has placed the
army in  possession of the    two small
experimental   dirigibles,   constituting
at  present  its entire outfit in dirigible
aerostats.    The results of liis patience
and   enterprise   have   been   brilliantly I
exhlblte '   In  the  visits pal t to  Loudon  by   these H,lrshlps,  un.*.' bis pel"
. mini command.
The new aerial cores will have the
valuable assistance of the well-eouip-
i ed department for scientific research
formed inst year, but the Immediate
results to be attained by practical
work already lender this department
of  quite  secondary  Importance.
ing paper thus far read at tlie annual
D Mting of the British association wus
Professor Flinders Petrle's description of the past year's excavations at
Memphis, where stone-built tombs
have been uncovered. These we;e
c instructed toward the end of the
second dynasty, some 6560 years ago.
Not till the latter part of the third
dynasty did stone-built chambers be-
come the custom. The oldest stone
tombs of subjects, he said, were those
at Meydum, which were opened by the
British school last winter. The great
Msstabas, of Nefermaat, close to the
Pyramid of Sneferu, the Interiors oi
which had defied modern search, weie
attacked in a thorough manner. The
mound over the tomb was mined to
the depth of forty-five (eet. At the
bottom was found a closed stone building which had been completely hurried without leaving an external opening. Burial had. therefore, taken
place before the mound was thrown
up and as the material of the moun I
was clearly from waste left 111 building the pyramid adjoining, buria
must have been made befoie the date
of the Pyramid, -Wall before Christ.
Tiiis was tlie earliest private stone
tomb that could be dated. Its passages |
were lofty and the great chamber was :
roofed with beams of stone which
weighed forty tons each.
In a recess at the end of the ball
Stood a sarcophagus of red granite,
the oldest stone sarcophagus known.
The investigation of the method of
burial was of tlie greatest interest, as
it showed that the body had been
completely unfleshed before it was
wrapped in linen. The bones hud
been completely stripped and severed,
excepting that the spine was not des-
severed. Kach bone was then wrapped separately in fine linen. Tue
spine was packed closely with linen
and linen was pressed into the eye-
sockets. The skulh wbicli was found
with the rest of the bones, as compared with tlie usual Egyptian heads
was large with a narrow face, extremely orthognathous and with a
very narrow nose.
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dav that Fran1; .lay Gould and K'.it.i
Kelly, the "Panama (Mil" In "iiavati:\"
who attempted to be married ln England, have been obliged to cross the
border Into Scotland to have the ceremony performed. The regulations of
the Fng is'.i church regarding the mar-
marriage or divorced persons are very
strict, and Mr. Goul .1. finding there
was it rigid barrier against tho nun-
Hoc iu England, is taking his pros-
r.ectlve bride to Scotland, where marriages on tiie Gretna Qreen principle
are easy and the contracting parties
aie not annoyed by questions.
The ceremony. It Is said, will bo
-e'-formed 'it Abbottfovd. the former
home of Sir Walter Scott, which has
been leased by Mr. Gould, and wliich
It ls believed he Intends to uquire us
a permanent country scat. , ,
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
10:00 n.m    Dally
1:00 p.m    Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
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j 11:00 p. in   Daily except Saturday
II was learned to-; 11:30 p. tn   Saturday
TO SCOTLAND
TO MARRY ACTRESS
TO   NANAIMO.
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8':o a. ra,..Thursdays and Saturdays
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In  a  patent  lifeboat, t'.ie invention  ot
lames  Mitchell, of  Arrow  Lake.  Man. .
Tbe inventor wrote Leach offering the
I use of the boat and  Leach last   night
wired  bis  acceptance.    The trip  will
be made as soon as the craft arrives
Th.e   inventor  is  eighty   years  old,
and wrote Leach that he would make
the trip himself if lie were not so old.
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15:05���To St. Paul. Kootenay poiuts
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER ���>,
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The Daily News
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taut Company, Limited, at their offices.
���Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
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��. A. Paige Managing  Director
LEES LIMITED
SATURDAY, OCTOBER   22,   1910.
STRENGTHENING THE   PARTY.
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Ir  was a  matter    for    considerable
.jubilation on the part of the Conservatives on the occasion of the last
federal election that they were able
���to carry off six of the seven seats in
British Columbia.   The victory was a
.���notable one.    That   it   was a surprise
and a disappointment to Liberals goes
without Baying. Such a result was
unexpected because the election wa.s
fought upon clear issues, whilst the
Liberal government  bad a record    to
present to the electors which marked
an unprecedented progress and a con-
���dition  of  solid  properlty  throughout
the country.    Moreover    the    Liberal
candidates   were  all   first  class   men,
well known, and some of them had already  "made good" in the  House   of
Commons. The reason for the crushing defeat which the Liberals of British   Columbia   sustained   was   clearly
not due to any of these circumstances,
which could indeed only be favorable
lo success.   Tlie weakness was in the
Liberal organization.
This  fact  was  recognized   at  once
by the party leaders and no time has
been  lost  in taking steps to remedy
the  defect.    The  whole    subject    of j
organization has been thoroughly discussed and considered, with the result   that   the   responsibility   for   an:l
control of th.e Liberal interests in this
province liave been reposed    in    thp
hands of Mr. Ralph Smith, the esteem-
.ed member for Nanaimo. It would certainly be difficult to find anyone bet- ���
ter fitted  for this important position.
Mr. Smith possesses all those particular  qualities  which   are  necessary  to j
:i   successful   leadership.     He   is     at I
once a thorough politician and a man!
of the world;    prompt    in    decision,'
.strong and  unwavering  in  liis deter-'
n.in.ition:   and  whilst    enjoying    thej
ijconfldence  of th.e  Liberal  leaders he '���
balfcalso the respect of the rank an I,
file of trfe party.
The party reception "which  was ae-:
���corded the representative ofwghalmo
by the    members   of   the    executive
which  assembled  in  this  city  a  few
tidys ago is a happy augury fer    the j
successful      accomplishment    of    the     London, Oct. 21.���Heretofore it has
task  wliich  he has  undertaken.    The '��� neen  t!le  invariable practice  of    the
character and tone of this conference amy  and  navy  rtudtously  to  ignore
,,..,   mamAm t* mi        *���   .   ii.     , ,, ! t he presence i n this count ry of off leers
also made  it clear that  the  Liberals     , _, ,      ,.
ot German nationality, whose proceed-
in  this part of the province at    any   jngs would have been 8ufricient]y 8US.
rate will not allow themselves to  be  picious to  have    insured    their    Im-
caught   napping  again.    Tiie    strong i mediate arrest   If  they  had   been  in
spirit of determination wliich was dis-lFrance or Russia-   T1,e actlon of German reservists as collectors    of military   information   in   these   isles   has
j been forced upon Mr. Haldane's atten-
Jf   Liberals   in   other   parts   of   the ' tion, probably in connection  with the
province  will  only  recognize  the  i:n-  Portsmouth incident.
portance of the woifc of organization     II is the Pur':ose of the secretary of
i State for war at the commencement of
:.nd  its  immense  influence   upon  the  next    season    to    rush  a short    act
ii   ess of the cause which thev h-tve I t,irough Parliament ftP W amendment
Of the official secrets bill.
at   heart,  and   will   rally   to   the   side       n  will be short  and sweet, miiltum
' : the new provincial leader, then we '" Parvo- 0ne f'lause will make compulsory  registration of all   foreigners
ihali  be able to retrieve tbe  mlsfor-   residing in or  visiting Great   Britain
tune thai I.e..., the Liberal pan-. In and leland who are serving In, or
.    , have serve.1 in  any capacity, in    thel
1 '"'���    -'"'���'    success    can,    however,  military   or   naval forces of   foreign!
only accrue as the resull oi united |countries, the penally for false description being "recommendation    for!
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recommend the "Diamond Kness," one of our most recent additions, a line that is made of line,   pur6
Saxony wool, soft  finished, and delightfully serviceable.    Ask to .-ee this stocking al the Hosli
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Cretonnes and Drapings
From a 10c cretonne lo a {1.26 draping runs
our new arrivals in this section. Designs of
every description and almost any coloring are
among this extensive range. For tliose who require something in the way of low priced cretonne we have provided a special line, at per
yard 10c
In art sateen there has often been a demand
for drapings that are a little more reasonable
than 2Dc and ^oc and we have filled that want
with a raie good cloth at, per yard 15c
You'll appreciate tlie values this section affords
on all classes of drapings. Call and inspect our
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A Few Words
on Fancy Work
It   is  time to be preparing���gift season w\\] be
along   shortly, with its abundance ol worrj   \v,.
bave    sele'ic'.l an exceedingly    line   .,
of cushion tops for working.    Floral d<
new effect;, novel designs in colors, print
fine art D'iiim. and priced so    moderate   they
come  with n  reach of all    35c to 75c
Slipper so ea���for working into fancj Bllppers���
here in all sizes for ladles and children, pet
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Never lias the luxurious long coat enjoyed
such wee ninence as it is taking this season.
W'e liave obtained a wide selection of exclusive
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striped effects in dainty colorings, being   wei
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NOTICE TO  MARINERS.
effort It .therefore, behoves Liberals
bury all the petty differences and
internicine disputes which may have
existed In the pas' and to rally to-,
��� ei as one BOlId body for the j
triumph and success of the great and
I ie cause of progress and happiness. :m>u
leportation.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves i'.rackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare SU cents. **    1
Later information has been received
relating to the .North Arm bridge,
Fraser river, that the bridge will be
closed only three days for repairs,
viz.: 27th, L'Rth and 29th of October,
1910.
Victoria, B.C., October 20, 1910.
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NOTICE.
The  undersigned    has    moved    his
office   to   1316  Cariboo  street,   where
lhe will  conduct, the real estate husl-
'ness under his own name.   The office
Try a "Want." ad in The  News   It <,n Twelfth street is for sale.
wlll bring results.
D. D. BOURK1
Notice Is hereby given that at Extraordinary General Meetings of the
Vanstone Heating & Plumbing Company, Limited, held on the 22nd day
of September, 1910, and the 17th day
of October, 1910, a special resolution
was passed to wind up the Company
voluntarily, and appointing the Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Company, Limited, Liquidators for the purpose of such winding up.
And notice is given that the creditors of the said Company are required
on or before tlie First day of December, 1910, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of debts
or claims, verified under oath, and the
names and addresses of tlieir solicitors (if any), to the Westminster
Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Ltd., at
New Westminster, It. ('.. the liquidators for the said company, and If so
required hy notice in writing from
the said liquidators, or by their solicitors, to come in and prove their
said debts or claims, as sliall be speed-
fled in such notice or In default thereof they will be excluded from the
benefit of any distribution before such
debts are paid.
Notice is hereby a'so given that    a
meeting of the creditors of the Vanstone Heating fi Plumbing Co., Ltd.,
will be held in the. board room of the
Westminster Trust _; Safe Deposit
Co., Ltd.. building on the corner of
Columbia and Lome streets, al the
city of New Westminster, li. C, on
Thursday, the 3rd day of November,
1910, al the hour of four o'clock In
the afternoon.
Dated this 20th day of October, A.D.
1910.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
lODAirsliGWi    "ho gush with"
MAY Bf POSTPONED
Text of Judgement in
!      Sum Kum Wo vs. City
(Continued from Page One.)
CELTICS THIS AFTERNOON
���  .Local   Footballers  Will     Try    Conclu
W't'Uther Forecast in Chicago '    sions with Vancouver Team Today
is "Showery and Cool"-
Cub Supporters Are Glad.
at   Recreation   Park
|cag0,   Oct.   -1-���A   possible   sec-j
;iiy] ement of the fourth game
',.,, tne American  nnd   National
,    baseball   cuamplous   in    the
j   series   was   discussed   tonight
iveather bureau issued a bul- :
,. lictlng ram tomorrow.
. ofters  (Saturday   morning;   con-
cool," was the official weattier
.      aS| received with gloom at. both
,   L'nicago and  Philadelphia   head-i
ters,
lala and others who examined
indltlon of the grounds at West-
pari   during tbe afternoon said
i beavj  shower tomorrow morn-
would   necessitate  another   post-
was
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of the fourth  .name, whir
.   ! ii  played today.
discouraging   weather
���
The Rovers uo to V.incomer today
to play a soccer .ame with the
Celtics. If all Ih, players I urn out
this will be the lirst real name that
the? Rovers have mixed in this year.
Tliey already have won a game and
losl one. but victory was chalked up
as the result of a default by Westham
Island and Ihe defeat was at the
bands of ihe Celtics when the Rovers
had only aboul  half a team.
The  players  are  ail   requested  to
take the one o'clock car
starts  at   three  o'clock   in   Recreation
pai k.
The following is Ihe Rovers line up;
Coal, Sampher; hacks, Lyons and Kirby; halves, Bruce, Ferguson ami Borland^ forwards, Hayes, Craig, McAllister, Chawcros8 ami Cadyzien.
JOE   LALLY  ON  ATHLETICS
outlook
the  only   subject.   discussed    bj
, [nga oi baseball enthusiasts at
,-ntown hotels, theatres and restau-
��� might.     Followers of the  Phil-
i, team in particular, weie dis- 	
Bg impatience  with the situation.       "Sport is a great factor In molding
look  today's  postponement wiih   character.
���   .lispiay   ot    philosophy,   and;     "The man who, as a boy. learned to
,1 of the possibility ot a sec-   p,ay honest|y and C|ean|y, W|M remem.
of a  B6C-
postponement,   some   of   them
. i back tor home again.
tl  ms   ol    the   Chicago,   team,
,  er, generally   heralding  today's
tponemenl as a good omen.   Many
em declare that the break in the
.   .    - i games will prove the charm
��� iej   think  will  break   the   Chi-
.. 's hoodoo.
ber his early athletic teachings in his
business ventures.
rrom the overflow of the Tenth street
drain. And I tind. indeed it was not
disputed, that that drain of the dimensions given above had proven hy hc-
tual experience of twenty years to he
sufficient to carry off properly all the
rainfall for that period, including the
March 1900 storm.
Counsel for the plaintiff says that
"'" condition of affairs had been altered by die macadamizing of the
streets and the filling up of the lot by
1|!" King Fdward. but if so the plain-
till waB a consenting party to the fill-1
lng ui. i wii hum which he says the damage could noi have happened as the;
Blab Btreet would allow the water
free egress), ami i therefore am un-'
able I,, sec how hc can complain, a
person wilh his house I wo feet, below
'he made of ,, street and less than a
 ' ab��ve the Burface of the ground
mast   suicl/  anticipate  that  anything
as ihe game   "n the Boor may be endangered.
Aside   iron,   this   aspect   of   the   case
i' comeB to ihe question; Should the
defendant's drains na\o been large
enough to carrj off such an unprecedented rainlull as 1.35 inches in twen-
ty-four hours? Or to put u in an-
"""���i- form; Was the storm of November 21 such as ought reasonably to
liave been anticipated, and with ordi-
narj prudence provided lor bv the defendants?
The official record and all the evi-
dence is in unison. The storm far
exceeded anything before known, between one o'clock and half-past one
on the morning nf November 28 it
must have been particularly severe,
for  the  plaintiff  says  the  water  rose
.... .    , ,     . over two feet in that half hour.
Nmety-nme  out  of  every  hundred       Th���  experience  of  the   pas.   is   the
will be gu.ded by these principles. glllde ol lhe future    The defendants
"Take the boys and teach them the in my opinion were acting reasonably
value of clean athletics; they will re- in continuing a  system of   drainage,
spond  readily,  making    the first step
toward character.
"I   have    seen     innumerable    cases
NO GAME. where a little friendly talk has accom-
  ; pI ished  wonders.
n Prevents Playing of Fourth Game       ..Boys who  inc|jnecj towards bullies
cf V. orld's Championship. , and ne'er-do-wells    have    been    trans-
0,    Oct      21.���Wet     grounds   formed by  having  pointed out on the
:    a    drizzling,    intermittent    rain , athletic field  right and wrong.
ised B  postponement   today of    th,
twenty   years  had   prove.!
; which   for
t sufficient.
The plaintiff,  however, claims that'
the difference  ln  the   sizes   of   the!
drains already specified constitutes a
structural   defect   which   renders  the
! defendants   liable.    I   am   unable   to!
come to this conclusion In view of the
lack of evidence as to  the  quantity
. ,        ,.     ,       _ of water in  the larger portion of the
,. heduled     world's    champion-   -J?*!^** % ���.BPr! ,Snt ht   ",ai"' a"d beCaU8e *�� ,(' ll" *<>*�� ��e
ame between the   Philadelphia & ^i! 111!?''  y every mcldent he   ���* *������*<- Preference to opinion over ac
cans ami the Chicago Nationals.
be played off here tomorrow.
ild Chicago  win,  the  fifth  game
be, fought    out   on   the   local
:     also.
a fourth \h tory    for   Philadelphia
Chicago    will    terminate    the
Beries with a world's record,
��� ananl ot the kind having been
In lour games as yet.   The nearest t    11  was in   1907  ��hen    Chicago
. Detroll playe l a twelve inning tie
first day and then Chicago    won
lit, ending the series In flve
without   meeting defeat.    Sev-
othei   ������ oi Id's scries have lasted
���  . imes.
and in nearly every
will make good.
"Nurture his best qualities with
friendly and wholesome advice;
teach him that to play fair is greater
than mere physical prowess. The boy
who is approached thusly will reflect
in after life the bound'ess benefits derived from clean sport."
Tbe foregoing short epigrams have
been contributed by Joe Lally. the
famous lacrosse official���a man who
has accomplished no uncertain amount
ol good In the interests of Canada's
national game.
tual facts.
See   Win.   Hamilton
Victoria  Lumber Co.
Mfg.    Co.,   vs.
I  hold  that  such an
rainfall  as  t.:\~i  inches
hours comes within
a lis major���an act
S. C. R. 96.
unprecedented
In twenty-four
the definition of
of God.     As  was
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P;  .McDonald.)
world and all of Bl I,
said  wcin   with  n.e;
tiiything on wliich with
Conroy. of   Indian   Department,
Makes  Good   Prophecy  of  Former
Year.
Bill lil disagree.
hill bailed from Philadelphia, l from
l he town of Chi,
��� ������ never were two pallier ga/ims
than Hill  and  1.
1    went    broke    and    made    a
touch  Hill glwayti stood a frisk,
ame across witli  what he had���
a tener or a disk. ,,
Two-thirds of what  I had was hts,
all that he had was mine.
And, all in all, our friendship was
most eminently fine.
We divvied    up   on   everything���our
good luck and our woes;
unoked each    other's   cigarettes,
we wore each other's clothes.
When Hill went courting, little Me
would toddle right along
And lift my voice in unison in Hill's
pathetic song.
When  Hill was blue and out of sorts
1  ihereupon  grew blue.
'���: 1 When he slipped and broke a leg,
1 tell and broke one, too.
'��� ��� eu he was pinched for cutting up
and couldn't raise the bail,
1  used to joy  in languishing  with
lull all night in jail.
>es,  that   fellowship of ours  was
one beyond compare;
rears it  nourished Ilk ��� the rose
ami all the world was fair '.
il now whene'er   we   chance   to
meel  we lilt our heads on high,
��� cold, relentless arrogance we
lass each other hy.
He of recognition   beams   upon
Bill's handsome face,
: ol the facl  I was his friend my
phis hei rays no trace.
��e're  enemies   forever   now,   there
Is no turning back���
1 :- tor the Cubs and Bill Is for tlie
tribe of Connie Mack !
said by Fry l���. .1. in Nitro-l'liosphate
etc. Co., vs. London li- St. (Catherine's Dock Co. 9 ch. D. 503 at 516;
"In order thai the phenomenon should i
fall within thai rule it Is not In my
opinion necessary that it should be
unique, that It should happen for the
lirst lime; it is enough that it is extraordinary and as could not reasonably be anticipated."
Of course, it was not physically impossible for the defendants to have
provided means to carry off such an
extraordinary downpour, hm in my
opinion it was practically impossible
under the existing conditions of the
ground to do so. Tlie drains it is
true could have beep twice or thrice
as large, but these were not practicable conditions. The defendants'
liability can only be judged by the
standard of conduct of reasonably
prudent men. and the fact thai the
system as existing today had been
sufficient for every condition during
twenty vears is to mv mind conclusive.
See Garfield vs. Toronto. 22 A. H
128. Faulkner vs. Ottawa, 41 S. C. H.
190.
The action will, therfore. be dismissed   with   costs.
F.  W.  HOWAY.
Mr. .1   H. Grant for plaintiff; Mr. W.
G. McQuarrie for defendant.
C. A. Welsh
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Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m,, 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m.
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LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
Winnipeg, Oct. 21��� II. A. Conroy.
of the department of Indian affairs, is j
in the city today, bavin, just com-1
pleted a heavy summer's work in tlie
country between Edmonton and the
Arctic, liuring the season Mr. Conroy has visited all of the tribes along
the Mackenzie basin looking into the
welfare of the Indians, paying treaty,
adjusting difficulties ard making new
treaties. Incidentally he has been
making extensive notes on the country, Its agricultural possibilities, flora
and fauna. He is recognized as the
man iu the department who is best informed  regarding the far north.
Tho trip just completed, started
from Edmonton early last summer
Mr. Conroy followed the Athabasca
,,nd Mackenzie to Port Simpson, paying treaty BS he went. Prom tbere
he went up the I.iard liver to the
fori of the same name and then
along the Nelson river, and so flown
to Port Sl. John. He came out by
v.i.  of the  Peace and  Lesser Slavi
lake.   This   is   the   usual summer's ipj^ WBg the ^tendance that the sup-
round, vailed   at    times by crossing   p|v jn aln)0af ,lU unes p,-OVed to   be
over Into Hritish Columbia or through   s,|0|,t )(f the ,le.n(in().
to the Arctic. i     There  was  but.    little    out  of    the
Mr.    Conroy    gained    considerable ordinary at the market.    The prices
prominence    a couple    of    .ears    ago   were   well   maintained   and     for     th.e
New Westminster- Land District.
Take notice that .lames Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B. ('.. occupation builder intends to apply for permission lo
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
H. Smith. S. W. corner." at
the northwest corner of pre-emp- j
lion. Xo. 2951, thence north
about 60 chains more or less, to or
near Sakinaw Lake, thence east
chains more or less, thence south
chains more or less, thence west
chains, more or less, thence north
cliains. more or less, thence west
chains more or less, to the place
commencement,
JAMBS    DAVIS    SMITH.
JOHN'  FERDINAND BAGGS,  Agent.
New Westminster, October 20, 1910.
60
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MARKET
REPORT
price for this time of the year, held
lo the same quotations as were given
last week, 55 cents per dozen retail.
Fruit was fairly plentiful and met
a good demand. Most of that brought
In yesterday was of a much better
quality than ls usually offered and
the consequence was that the whole
stock was sold out in quick order.
It was tlie same way with the poultry. Most of the birds brought in were
in good condition and it was not long
before there was no poultry for sale
at the market.
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Owing possibly to the weath'T,
which was fine after two market days
which were spoiled by rain, the market yesterday waa one of the most ()p(,f
successful wllich has heen held for
some months.   The supplies of nearly
kinds  of  produce  was  fair,  but   so Mutton
Official Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per Ih. %\_ to 9._c
forequarters, per lb 7 to 8c
Lamb, per lb Uo
per lb 13c
The wonderful progress of Canada Is Illustrated by (hs (act thai ths
finest Cocoa in the world Is made ther*.
COWAN'S
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DEFEAT   THE   AMERICANS
;'/"���' Vork-, Oct. 'Jl.���The N'ew Vork
t'onal  league  club  won  th.e  chain-
��� ship  by   defeating  the   N'ew York
in league team here today by
'���" of i; to 3.
was the seventh game of the
IS in  series.     Mathewson.  who
1 "' e 1   the   winning  pitcher  for
tionals, was in the box .main
The  .eries  stands;    Nationals
'���   Americ
'ana  won
one game
SVilor   Burke   Loses   Fight.
"lv  York,  Oct.   21.���Willie   Lewis
'""'I   Sailor   Burke  in  a   bard-
111 ten-round bout here tonight.
through a statement which he made
before a senate committee at Ottawa
Ile was being examined regarding th,.t
north country, ami a senator asked
him how much agricultural land there
\v;is iu Alberta north of the Saskatchewan. He stated that there was as
much agricultural land north of
the Saskatchewan as there was de-
\ eloped tO the soutli of It. Tlte majority of the members present, greeted
the statement with a smile. Since
then thev have learned that Mr. Con-
roy'a Statement was a conservative
one.
\ naturalist by instinct Mr. Conroy
lias taken advantage of his northern
trips to study the animals and plants
cf that country, and he tells many Interesting stories regarding the habits
of the fur-bearing animals. He has
the greatest, faith in that whole district! and seea possibilities of tlie ultimate developments of the barren
grounds when means of communication have been established. He says
that the condition of the Indians has
unproved this year and that there Is
a fair prospect of a good season's
trapping.
most part remained stationary, although veal showed a. tendency to rise
and pork to decline.
There was a good auction sale of
farm animals during the morning and
leveral rigs changed hands at good
prices.
lly noon the market was practically
all over, for the demands for the
various classes of produce came in
so quickly that, there was very little
left for late buyers.
Eggs,   which   have  readied  a  high
Veal, large, per lb 8 to 9c
Veal, medium, i er lb 13 to 13c
Pork, prime. | er lb l-'-c
Eggs, wholesale, per doz 60c '
Eggs, retail, per doz 66c
Butter, wholesale, per lb :;'"'
Butter, retail, her Ib 36c
,Fowl. per do/.., live   $0 to Hi'
Chickens, per do/... live (6 to $8.61 i
Broilers, per doz $5 to $fi !
Ducks, per do/ .12 to $1 I
Potatoes, new, per ton   $20 :
Cabbage, per sack   Jl j
Onions,   per  sack    $1.50
Turnips, per sack    "5c
Carrots, per sack 75c
P.eets, per sack $1
Pears, wholesale, per box   $1.00
Apples, per box  80c to $1.25
AUTOMOBILE  OWNERS
Can be insured against, claims for damages brought against them for
accidents caused directly or indirectly by their machines.   Rates are
low and all owners should cany this class of insurance.
Apply for particulars to
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Columbia   Street.
New Westminster.
HOW ABOUT YOUR
AUTO ?
If it collides with or injures persons or property, do you want to
pay damages which may amount to thousands of dollars ?
Why not get an "Automobile Liability Policy" and "Property Damage Insurance," and be sure where you are at ?
ft costs but little and protects you against any and all claims.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
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 , " i2' 1910
New Westminster
Mail Service
NOTICE.
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00��� United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday). .23.00
8:30���Vancouver via B. c. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).,16:00
8:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.   B.   R.
(daily except Sunday)..23:00
11:00���Victoria   via  B.  C.   E.  R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:30
���Victoria  via  B.  C.   E,   R.
(daily except Sunday)..13:00
7:30���United States via G. N. It.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:30
15:00���United States via G. X. R.
(daily except. Sunday)..lfi:00 I
9:25���All   points  east and   Europe  (daily)      8:30.
22:30���All points east and Europe  (adily)    14:30
!):2r>���Sapperton and Eraser
Mills (daily except,
Sunday)          8:30 j
20:00���Sapperton and Eraser
mills      (daily      except
Sunday)       14:30
9:25���Coqul lain   (daily    except
Sunday)       14:30
13:00���Central Bark and Edmonds (dully except
Sunday)       11:00
14:00���East Burnaby and Burquitlam (dailye except
Sunday)    14:00
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Mill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)         14:00
10:00���Ladner.     Port    Oulchon,
Westham Island    13:30
10:00���Annieville,   Sunbury (daily
except   Sunday    13:30
10:00���Annalis Island Monday-
Wednesday and Friday 13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday    and     Satur-
Notice is hereby Riven that a vote
of the electors of the corporation of
Ithe City of New Westminster will be
| taken   at   the   following   polling sta-
i tlons:
The Council Chamber. City Hall;
ithe Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
I Waterworks Storehouse at the corner
!of Queens avenue and Eleventh street,
ion the 4th day of November, 1910, between the hours of !) a.m. and 5 p.m.,
'lor tlie purpose of obtaining the
.opinion of tPe electors on the <iues-
��� tlon of whether it is In the general
!public weil'are that lhe Mayor and
'Council should consent to the grant-
ling to the Royal Columbian hospital
, of seven and one-half (7V&) acres
more or less of the Queens park re-
1 serve, bounded on the Avest by Gran-
\\i\te stieet, on the south by Royal
|avenue, and on the east by the Boulevard.
W. A. DUNCAN   City Clerk.
Dated at New Westminster this 18th
day of October, 1910.
HOUSEHOLD   VOTERS.
Applications to he placed on the
supplementary voters' list for the City
of New Westminster will be received
by the undersigned up to November
1st, 1910,
Applicants must be British subjects
!of the full age of twenty-one ytitb.
and have been residents ot u,t city six
months immediately preceding the
date of application, and have during
that time paid as a householder a
rental of not less than one hundred
i dollars a year.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
CITY  OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Mrs. Sivewright is the guest of Mrs.
S. J. Thompson, at Vancouver.
��� *    *
Miss McDougall is visiting her sister,  Mrs. J.  K.  Henry, Vancouver.
��� a    a
Mrs. T. It. Pearson and Mrs. John
A. Lee are spending a week In Seattle.
Mr. John McKenzie and Mrs. James
Leamy are in Nicola on a business
trip.
��    ��    ���
Mr. T. Dillon Curtis was a week end
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Last-
man.
���    ���    ���
,    Miss  Mayman,    of  Berkeley,    California, is the guest of Mrs. T. 11. Bar-
' baree, .
a     a     *
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Clute leave
shot tly   for   Victoria,  Where  they   will
in future reside.
.    .   .
Mrs. Leamy and Miss Veda Leamy
are guests of Mrs. Stephenson, ai
Lytton, lor a month.
��� ��    ���
Mr. Hagen Hoh'enberg was in tin1
city Wednesday, the guest of .Mr. and
Mrs. T. Douglas Sherriff,
ARMY Of WOMEN
EJECTED SOLONS
Stormed Council Chamber
and Accomplished Coup
d'Etat Successfully.
* CHURCH
SERVICES
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this ofiice by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or other responsible
.arty.)
Rome, Oct. 21.���An extraordinary
event, of a municipal assembly being
expelled fiom ihe town hall by a body
nf women occurred the other day at
the little Roman suburb of Rocca [
Priora. Some time ago the councillors created discontent among the1
population   by  opposing   the    opening
Sunday, October 23.
HOLY TRINITY ��� Kev.
d'Easum, rector. Celebration
Communion   at    8   a.    m,;
litany and sermon at 11 a.m.;
BUSINES^DiRltt^
JOARD OF TRADiT^*5^
minster Board of Trade mil W%
board room, citv Hal ��� "Mi,
Third Thursday' of . ,!' ,0<
quarterly meeting , 'Ul mom,:
Thursday of February '\,. S
and November, at ��'��� rn '��� Al|��i.
meeiingi on the thir, T,���, ****.
February. Now mc,,,,,' U>'ot
proposed nnd elected ai ' *i i
ly or    quarterly    meetlne    """""I
Stuart-Wade, secretary *��� H.
G.     C.
of Holy
Matins.
Sunday
day
9:00���Vancouver,
ing     via
.13:30
-Piper's    Sid-
^^^^^^^^^    G.     N.     R.
(daily except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday. Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday   lfi'.OO
20:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily except  Sunday)    23:0u
.5:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday)        S:00
15:45���Hall's Prairie. Fern Ridge
and    Hazlemen    (Tuesday,  Th'nte-jv   iiTin   f^ni
tlHf, .     *,*.*��
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20, of tlie Local
Improvement General By-law, 1909,
notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for local improvements on
the following streets, viz.: Alexander
street. Church street, McKenzie street,
Clarkson street from Begbie to Sixth
streets. Sixth street from Columbia
street to Royal avenue, Lorne street,
from Columbia to Clarkson. Begie St.,
Henley street from Eighth avenue to
London street; is open for inspection
at the office of tlie Assessment Commissioner in the City Hall, New Westminster. British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person interested in
any of the properties included therein
desires to appeal from such Assessment he should within the period of
ele\en ill) days from the first publication ef this notice give notice to
the undersigned in writing of his intention to appeal.
Dated this 18th day of October, A.D.
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk
Date of first publication October 19,
1910.
Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Kennedy, of Sapperton, bave returned from a six
months' tour of the continent.
��     *    a
Mrs.  J.  Stilwell  Clute  is  the  guest
of   her   sister-in-law,   Mrs.   Charles   J.
Fagan, at Victoria, for a fortnight.
��� ���
The Woman's Educational club
meets on Thursday evening at the
home of Mrs. C. A. Welsh, Sixtli
stieet.
��� ���
.Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brymner, Mrs.
Farquhar .Macrae, and Miss Cotton
have returned from a delightful outing  at  1'ortland.
Mrs. C. Balmer McAllister, of Edmonds, was among the guests at a tea
given by Mrs. S. S. Taylor on Friday
in honor of Mrs. Ross, of Edmonton.
��   *   ���
Miss Mowbray was a guest at a
dance given by Mrs. Alkins, of Vancouver, in honor of her daughter, Miss
Geraldlne Atkins, on Friday of last
week.
of a new road. Seeing that it was not
to he obtained by fair means, lhe
women resolved tu punish the councillors.
A plan was accordingly formed by
300 women to storm lhe nail during a
sitting of lhe council, and tiie sei'iot
was so well guarded that nol a single man had the least suspicion of
| whal was going lo happen, In the
I midst of a debate an army of women
| marched into the hall and ordered the
councillors lo leave the premises, as
the. wen' no longer woi thy of popular
confidence, in presence of the numerical superiority of the intruders, the
handful of councillors found themselves helpless, and, to avoid a skirmish, they left the building with protests. The town hall was then locke.l
up by the women and the key handed
to the police, with the Injunction that
It was only to be given to a government official. Having accomplished
their little coup d'etat, the revolutionaries went home, where they were
congratulated hy their husbands   and
fathers.
The same evening tlie ejected councillors sent a telegram to the government  authorities.
school  at   2:30 p.m
sermon al 7 p.m.
ST.  BALL'S   REFORMED
PAL���Rev. A. dell. Owi n
evensong   ami
EPISCO-
rector, Ser-
PRINTEHs
WESTMINSTER I .(i
kind of Job/'prlntli ���
leaf ledgvrs;  Cowi,
Plione    55,    p   q
Dally   News  Biock
Ml��*Kvt toon |
Box
Kixih
142.
strep
%
vice at   11   a.m. and  7:30 p.m.;    Sun-  PIANOS AND OROANS Trivp
���-' ���    repaired by your local     ���.'" AN'D
day school at 2:30 p.m.: prayer meeting on Wednesday ai 7:30 at (lie home
id' Mr. McFadden, Eighth street. Subjects: Morning, "The Influence of
Home Life on a Nation"; evening,
"Lessons from lhe Sunday School Con-
Martin,   Mus.
Phone L615.
���Ml
'''��� W, P
Dublin M
Bv
request
remain
lhe
in
ference."
orations   will     	
over Sunday,
QUEEN'S AVENUE M
Rev. C. w. Brown B.D.
vice   at    11 a.m. and    7
scliool al  2:
harvest dec-
ihe   church
ITHODIST���
pastor    Ser-
i.m.;  Sunday
p.m.
COAST    LABOR    AGENTS
ger G. J. Sjkesi, .
Vancouver.     Phone
intention   given   to   all
male    help.      Ring    us   up
write If unable t,>
MAX*.
" stn
orders :
wire
WH1THSIDK & KDMOMis ...KH,_
tvrs and solid tors. WestmlZ
Trust Block. Columbia street S'��
Westminster, w, J. Whiteside?
L. Edmonds. ' *
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services :! a.m and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school  and  Bible class    al     2:30  p.m.
1    KNOX     PRESBYTERIAN��� K< v.   E
G.   Thompson,  M.A..    pastor,    Public
worship:      Morning   service,   11   a.in.;     	
evening,   7:30   p.m.;   Bible   class   and WADE, WHEALLKR   \u-C_' UU'TTll
Sabbath school, 2:30 p.m.; V. P. S. C. MARTIN���Barristers and SoliX.il
E., Monday at S p.m.; prayer meeting,1    "���--�������� ^^��� '-"fl11
Wednesday, .   p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. E. Bafc
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
Ip.m.     Sunday     school   at     2:30  p.m.
Midweek   prayer  meeting  on  We lues
day at eight o'clock. Morning subject,
i "A Good  Soldier    of    Jesus    Christ";
even sing, "Sin vs. Grace."
Westminster offk
Guichon b
McKenzie
__^^_ :ltori.l
. Uces, Rooms ; and >
Guichon hlock. coiner Columbia am
streets; Vancouver -\
flees, WilMarns building, 41 Gran-
ville street. F. C. Wade, K. c,
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie,G,j{|
Martin.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT-
Under the aust hes of the Woman's
Educational clu.o ^^^^^^^^^^
the Columbian college, the Royal
Ladies' Welsh choir will give an entertainment In the opera house on
the evening of Monda;', November 7,
MOTHER INSISTS ONLY
ENGLISH PART OF BOY
IS TO BE VACCINATED
London, Oct. 21.���An entertaining
vaccination story is printed in the
British Medical Journal. The father
ia connection with | of ���' child who had attained tlie age
of four months and whose name appeared on the public vaccinator's list,
wrote to that official a letter in
wliich he stated thai he was not a conscientious objector io vaccination, or
he would lni\e made the declaration
Among those entertaining during
the week at delightful little affaiis ] against it.
weie Mrs. II. B. Shadwell. who had a| His wife
number in for cards on Thursday
levelling, Mrs. Gorton Henderson and
Mis. I'. Balmer McAllister, who are
hostesses at the tea hour this afternoon.
Sealed Tenders addressed to th.e undersigned, and endorsed "Tender fo.
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver. B
C," will he received at this office until 4 p.m., on Wednesday, October 26,
1910,  for    the    construction    of    an
Vancouver
the
this
that
Examining    Warehouse,
B. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
in 'ained at the office of Mr. Joseph
Greenfield, resident architect. Winni
jieg, Man., Mr. Win. Henderson resident architect, Victoria, B. C, at
Pest Ollice, Vancouver, and at
department
Persons tendering aie notified
tenders will not be consideied unless
r.iade on the piinted forms supplied
sind signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
firms, tl.e actuAl signature, the nature
of the occupation and place of residence of each member of the firm must
be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent, ilh p.3.)
of thc amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited If the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so. or fail to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender he not accepted the cheiue
will be returned.
Tlie department does not bind itself to accept tlie lowest or nny
tender.
By order.
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary,
T)cpnrtr. ent of Public Works.
Ottawa, September 21,  1910,
Newspapers wil! not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without authority from the department.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re lot ltl. block 2, of lot 201. group 1, |
town of Port Moody, Murray's Ad-1
dition. in the district of New West-1
minster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certl-1
flcate of title number 4700A, issued In
lhe name of John Stewart and James
Cash, has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall, '���
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a dally newspaper published In the |
city of New Westminster, issue a j
duplicate of the said certificate, un ess ,
in the meantime valid objection he ;
made to me in writing.
V. S. KEITH.
Dtetflot R&slstrar of Titles. I
Lr.nd Registry OITieo. i
New Wcst.mina'er, B.C., Oct. 7. 1010.1
Try  a  "WANT"  ad  In  The  News
ii t'l' t"*'.n% rvf.'iv
There are some wrongs   in  tke
book of Fate
That   haman  laws  cannot
abate;
There ai'2 some crimes so black
crd base
That God Himself cannot erase.
���Manyon.
Till, higheet law. in my opinion, is
Love.' its children are charity,
sympathy and for. iveness. it tempers juhtice and holds high the lantern of Hone. But proper statute laws
could quickly modify and eventually cradi-
c.tle many wrones. The first is ignorance
(if the laws jjoverninc the human body.
By our false modesty or false notion* we
���peak of certain organs in a shame-faced
manner. As a result,
children, especially
daughter s, are
brought up in ignorance of natural laws.
I would liave the
anatcmy of the human body illustrated
in every particular on
blackboards before
every child in our
public schools. I
  would have the genital organs as freely discussed and understood as the hands or feet. It is tlie
mysterious that excites passion. It is
the novelty and the uncertainty that lead
men astray. I would have every man
pass a medical examination before marriage. I would prohibit wedlock to every
man or woman who was afflicted with
any disease that could he transmitted.
Kurt her. I would not permit a [Hire woman to enter into wedlock witli a roue or
u young man with libertine proclivities.
HirOUgh false modesty men and women
often disregard the calls ol Nature; their
bowels become clogged and their systems
poisoned. Children aie allowed to go to
school ami sit all day without a movement  of   the   bowels,   which   deadens   the
Intellect mul undermines the constitution.
I would make it the duty of every teacher to see that the child's bowels are
moved daily, for the further 1 investigate into the cause of disease the more
convinced 1 nni that constipation is the
cause of more ailments, of more suffering, of more crimes, of more poverty, of
more unhapoiness than all other causes
combined. It is the mother of Dyspepsia, indigestion, Biliousness, Liver Ailments, Blood Impurities, Heart Affections
Rheumatism and Kidney Afflictions, I
am receiving hundreds of letters from
people who have been
cured or benefited by
the use i f Munyon's
i'aw l'aw Laxative
Bills. The... little
sugar-coated pills are
unlike any other
cathartic that has
ever been offered.
They  act  so  gently,
yet so effectively,
that they amaze even the most sceptical.
They seem to coax the liver into activity.
They start the secretions of the stomach
and bowels, so thut all the food received
into tlie stomach is readily digested.
They enable tlie bowels to extract all
the nourishment from the food, sending
out good, rich, red blood into thc system,
and then in a natural way evacuate the
lower bowel, keeping' the stomach and
the intestines wdiolesome ami sanitary.
1 want every dyspeptic, every person
who suffers with hull .estion, or any liver
ailment, all those who have pimples or
akin eruptions, who have sallow complexions, who are troubled with diz/.incss or
constipation, to try these little l'aw l'aw
Tills.
They are sold in nil drug stores in twe
sizes, ten pills for 10 cts., or ���!."> pills for
25 ets.. MUNYON.
The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. T.
Taylor, to the great regret
many friends, leave shoitly
eastern provinces where
take up their    residence.
Wardlaw
of    tlieir
lor    the
will
he explained, was an
Italian, and desired to hi ing up the
child, in the manner followed in her
oun country, where the child would
he vaccinated at the school age. not
in early Infancy. Anticipating the visit
of ihe public vaccinator, the father
desired to know if his wife's wish
could he gratified, Ho concluded by
writing: "My wife wished me to say
thai   Ihe  child   is  half  Italian   and.   if
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Bb.
D., pastor. Services ut 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST��� Rev
E. D. Braden. pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and ?:30 p.m. Sun.lay school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
at S p.m.
SIXTH     AVENUE
Rev. p. S. Okell, B. A.
at   11  a.m.    and    7    i
ing   al    Id   a.m.     Sunday     s<
2:30 [i.  in. Epworth league,
at 8 p. m.    Prayer meeting,
s    p.m.      Morning
Mission";   evening,
H. J. A. BURNETT
Accountant. Tel
Trapp block.
AUDITOR AXD
^ 128.   Rood,
R. T.  PRINCE,  EXPERT ACC0U.it
ANT ANI) AUDITOR     \ e���t forth*
Hall Safe Co.   Office, Room       ...'
minster Trust block. . Itv
METHODIST���
pastoi. Servi, es
m.   Class meet-
liool     at
Monday, j
We lm s-
Bubject,
"Paul's
STENOGRAPHY    4
tho;- |
'l'he house | (he English government enforce vac-
occupied by Dr. Taylor is taken by clnation, they must undertake to con-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I fine the effects of vaccination to the
' English   portion  of  the     infant.     She
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Ardagh. of Hign
i River, Alherta, who will make their
1 home in New Westminster.
Among the out-of-town guests at the
Harvey-Brown wedding on Wednesday
evening were .Mrs. Oliver Harvey,
Miss Joyce Harvey, Mr. Richard Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. II. ('. H. Cameron,
Mr. and Mrs. F. It. Clover, George
Deane.   of   Vancouver;   Mr.   and   Mrs.
Brown, sr., Mrs. John Hall. Mrs. liar-��� ���
old   Winterburn.   .Mr.  Mori is   Barliam,  "
of Seattle, and Mrs. E. K. Macadam,  tbe service fully choral.
of Victoria.
claims the protection of the Kalian
consul for (he Italian half of the
boy." The British Medical Journal
adds: "We are at a loss to know how
the public vaccinator will be able to
carry out the mother's strict injunctions in this case which is moi e difficult than that which Solomon solved
in so practical a fashion.
A    very    charming    wedding    took
place in St. Alban's church. Burnaby.
on   Saturday   moi ning,  October   16,  at   - 	
1():;JU o'clock, when Miss Marguerite! conventional veil    .md
Emily Pyne, sister of Mrs. T. S. Annandale, of this city, was united in
marriage to Mr. John W'aldrow Langford. The officiating clergyman was
the Kev. Mr. Dunlop, rector of the
parish. The church was beautifully
decorated with autumn leaves an 1
greenery. The bride, who was given
away  by her brother-in-law. Mr. T. S.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ��� the conclusion of the hymn" l'he Voice that
Breathed O'er Eden," the bride entered the church on the arm of her
father. She was much admired in a
gown of cream satin cashmere with
orange    blos
soms. She cari led a bouquet of white
rosebuds and wore the groom's gift, a
necklace of topazes set in silver. The
bridesmaid was Miss Frances Harvey,
slsier of the bride, and the mail of
honor, Miss Dorothy Ti ton. of Seattle,
a cousin, the former in pink liberty
silk wiili iiai of black maline, and the
latter in pink niessaline with black
IAnnandale, wore a handsome gown of!''"'*-' Iiat' Tllc'"' flowers were pink
'ivory satin mervellloux with hat of carnations, and the grooms gifts to
white panne velvet trimmed with Ithem l'c'arl crescent brooches. Mr.
touches of gold, and plumes. Her only Morris Barham, of Seattle, was best
ornaments were gold necklet and man> aa*i Mn Donald Rashlelgh, Mr.
lockel and gold curb bracelet, gifts 0f | Sidney Smith, Mr. George Deane, of
the groom, and she carried bridal I Vancouver, and Mr. Wilton Harvey
roses.     The   bridesmaid    was   .Miss  tbe ushers..The
day al
"I losea
Judges." 	
THE    NORWEGIAN    LUTHERAN
��� Benjamin Sand, pastor. Service at
Trinity church at il a.m.
FAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, ilurnaby. Rev. Frederick I.. Carpi titer, pastor. Public worship, 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school, 2:30 p. m, Prayer meeting,
Tuesday. 7:30 fi. iii. ; choir practice.
���Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
WFST     END     PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth stieet. Rev. James Reid,
B.A., pastor. Public worship a! 11
a. m. and 7:.'10 p. in. Sunday school
at 2:30 p. m.
t .FREE MFTHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
i Fourth avenues. Rev. ('. S. McKinley,
[pastor, Sunday school, Id a.m.; ser-
viee ll a.m.: class meeting, l^ a.m.;
prayer service, 7 p.m.: sermon 7:30
p.m.: mid-week prayer meeting.
Thursday s p.m.
COLLLNGWOOD       MFTHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sun-|
day school at 10 a.in. Epworth League*
Tuesday at  8 p.m.    Iiundnnal.l "ihool '
house;   Service at  2 p.m. and  Sunday
��cliool at :; p.m. Rev, W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
CHURCH OF CHRIST���30S Durham. Madison Wright, preacher, Sunday services. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Week day service, every day at S- p.m.
SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH,
Hospital stieet ���Andrew Grieve, pas
tor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class I. lo 1 p.m.;
p.m.:  people's meet-
in.
TYPCWR'Tl\5
FREEMAN     BUNTING, '"T'^T
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694
CU8TOM STENOGRAPH! ANB
Typewriting; copy work. I -������;
letters, etc. Coumbla street. Tel.
phone 62.
REAL   ESTATt
WHITE, SHILES A: CO.
Real   Lstate and  Insurance  '      -1
City,   farm   ami   BuDiirban  pro>��l|
r,2H and 746 Columbia Bl
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' ANI) MEN'S
luring.    A   new   line  of  Sp:in:
Ing Just In.    Button mak,:
lng and repairing!   46 Loi i
Rhone R r,os.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENBON   &  AYLING.  FISH. FHUi.
Game. Vegetables, etc.   Dean Blod
next to Bank of  Montreal.
FURNITURE
W. K. FALES, THF Fl'KMlUt
Dealer, Upholsterer and UndenaM
corner Agnes and McKeizie s: "
Phone 176, night call Sl.
,-ee'i,
WOODWORKING
WESTMINSTER WOODW UKiUXQ
Co., bank, office and stoic nttsngi;
cabinet, stair, showcases, i"',n;e'5
aim detail work. Designs and es"
mates furnished. J. Brookes,
prietor. Works; Corner KI-
and car line. P. O. box 864, f>01ie
473.
Lentil
evening service
lng Thursday 8
Beatrice Annandale and the mai 1 01
honor Miss Daisy Crowder, of Vancouver. Both wore dainty frocks of
nlnon-de-soie In blue and pink, with
large flat black heaver hats, and carried pink rosebuds. 'I he bridesmaids
gills were pearl crescent brooches.
The   groom   was   attended   by   Mr,
groomsman's . iii was
a gold sea! for tl wa; ill charm, while
the ushers received gold nuggel li.'
plus. After Mendelssohn's Wedding
.March was played the btL'.al party
and gnosis repaired to "The Glen,"
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Haivey,
where a. reception was held. Tne
house  was a   bovver of  beauty  In  its
GOSPEL HALL���Corner of Sixth
a.vetiue and Ninth street. Evangelist
J   J. Rouse  will ine ich at 7 p.m.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER MFTHODIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson.
pastor, Sunday school at. lu a.m.
Church serv Ice al   11  a.m.
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
FIRF EXTINGUISHERS, THE bAT-
���'Ht in tire fighting api ;
R. Man is �� Co.. Lavery 1j1oA
Columbia Btreet    Rhone '���'''������
Arthur  Roe, of  Burnaby,    while    Mr.   artistic     floral     dec
Harry   Kirby   Burnett acted  as  usher.
After  the ceremony a   reception   was
orations.
T ��ast
were proposed and replied to.    Later
  .   Mr.  and   Mrs.   Walter    Scolt     Broun
hell   at   Inglenook.   the   home   of   Mr.   motored to Vancouver en route to tlle
and     Mrs.    Annandale,    wliich     was   coast cities, the bride travelling in a
brightened     with     autumn    flowers,  tailored coat  and skin of blue cloth,
where the    wedding    breakfast     was  and hat of black beaver    laced    with
j served.    The  hostess  was  much    ad-   Wings.     They   will   make  their   home
Imired in a handsome gown of cardinal  ln Seattle.    Mrs. Harvey, mother   of
serge with trimming of hlack soutache  tlie bride, wore a handsome gown of
braid, with this she wore a black pic-   mauve silk  crepe de chine  wiih  hat
Iture  nat.    The   bridal  couple  left   by  en suite.    Mrs. Brown, mother of the
motor amid showers of rice and con-   groom,  black  peau de sole  with real '
fetti for Vancouver en route to Port-  lace trimmings, and  black  bat.    Mis.,
land   where   the   honeymoon   will   he  Oliver Harvey, of Vancouver, aunt of
spent.    The    bride    travelled    in    a  the bride, gown of Alice blue broad-
tailor  made  coat  and  skirt of  white  cloths, white maline hat wdth paisley ,
serge and blue velvet to(|iie.   On their  lacing,   Miss  Joyce  Harvey   a  dainty [
return,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Langford   will   frock   of   white   mousselaine  do  sole,
reside   In   the   Blackman   house     on   black heaver hat.    Mrs. F.  R. Glover,
Third avenue, Burnaby. cousin of the bride,    old    gold    satin
*.**������ Paquin gown, mink stole and muff and
One  or  the  prettiest  autumn   wed-   hat of gold lace.    Mrs. John Hall, sis-!
dings was solemnized in Holy Trinity  ter of the groom, wore white brocaded '
cathedral hy the Rev. Canon d'Easum,  satin gown with pearl trimming    nnd
on Wednesday evening, October HI, at,  black hat with ostrich tips.    Mrs. liar-
eight o'clock.   The contracting parties old  Winterburn, sister of the bride,!
were Gwendoline, fourth daughter of  white point d'esprlt over taffeta with
Mr.  and  Mrs. James Wilton  Harvey,  touches of pink and black    hat    with
and  Mr.  Walter Scott   Brown, son of  plumes.    Mrs. E. K. Macadam, of Vic-
Mr.    and     Mrs.     Frank     Brown,    of  toria, sister of the bride, champagne
Seattle, formerly of Cincinnati, O. Tlie  voile,   blue   velvet   toque  with    mink
church  wi.k beautifully decorated and   trimming.
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATED CREAM
There is nothing no good for the baby
r* 't. CtiarleH Cream, The result of
anp.lysis by prominent expert clicnlists
vliowilhat til.Charles Cream, when prop-
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Is airiest Identical fu every respect with
hiiniKii milk. It .liflVts from other
milk productl in that it is sterilized hy
heat ..lone.
St. Charles Cream tines not curdle when
used oti acidulous fruits aud imparts a
rich, delicate flavor.   It is  9
htiiiiniil/i-,1  milk.    It Is
not onlv he.st for uiolher
and Infant*���it is better
than   the   best  ordinary
milk for all purposes.
6old by best frrocers
.everywhere.
ST. CHARLES CON
DENSIISG COMPANY,
Ingersoll, ���    Ont
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
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McKay, manufacturer nnd lui!,orter
of monumental tombston. s, ha 'm?-$
s'one, etc. Satisfaction guarantee!,
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HOTEL LYTTON���617 FRONT ST.
Phone Kill. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. .M<heod *���
Watkins, proprietors.
O. O. I
'l'he regulai
AMITY  LODGE NO. 8J""
tl,is Mips
meetings of
are held  In  Odd  Fellows' Hall. 00f-
ner Carnarvon  and   Eighth    _T*_J
every Monday evening at 8
Visiting   brethren   cordially
to attend.    \V. H. West, N.G-i
Coatham, P.G.. recording sec
"J.  W.  MacOonald, financial
tan
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W �� SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   22,1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVK.H.
,. .   ISSUES ORDER
Oct.
21.���Chief of  Police
issued   an  order   to
This
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lerve
b I'. I��
lids
Hoqulam,
ifyerick "...ight
��� ,0 arrest every stranger who
|S8 unable to give satisfactory ac-
"', , nf himself.
actlon followed the holding up
,,,,] Aberdeen  residents  within
'" ., two or three days,
1S ,i protection to Hoqulamltes,
* certain that the crooks will
cltv a visit,  when  Aberdeen
IV    I mi*   t " >
';.,. too hot for them.
r , I, operations   are
I.
LIKES WEIRDNESS
OF THE WIRELESS
Lancashire Tutor Establishes
Station and Easily Intercepts Aerial Messages.
MEDIOCRE CAREER
OE LORD ROSEBERY
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
nightly
ClTY   VOTERS'   LIST.
given
I,.  H   hereby
i.isi  tor the year
,,.   completed   and that.
,,,, seen  at   this ollice
nay
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that   the
1910   has
the   same
for  thirty
n the date hereof;  and any
n who sliall claim to tie added to
ld iters'   List, or any elector
;1,l   desire   to   have  any   name
I therefrom,  must  prefer his or
;,,si in writing, signed with liis
name,   and   shall    deliver    or
B8tne to he delivered to the City
within   fhe   time   herein  before
iticil.
W.  A
City Clerk's Offlce,
Bter  B. C, October li
DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
New  Westmln-
1910.
READY  FOR USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For making ao&p, softening water,
remorlng old paint, dl.lnf��ctlng
���Ink*, cIoboIs, drains and (or
many other purpose*. A can
���duals 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT ffiKJK
TORONTO. ONT
Clitheroe, Oct. 21.���<"To   a    mathe-
Now Plays Exceedingly Small
Part In British Political
Situation.
[COAST  LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
Take notice that.  I,  William  Robert
nick   of  Vancouver.   B.C.,  occupation
,'.     estate dealer, intend to apply for
,���     | ,i,in to  lease 200 acres of land
inded as follows;    Commencing at
��� planted at the east side of the
extreme head of the north arm of
. rainev's inlet, thence east 40 chains,
, south BO chains, thence west
40 cliains,  thence  north  BO  chains  to
I .���   ,,i commencement.   Purpose for
\     ... ii is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM  ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 27th,  1010.
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Railway Time Tables
B C. E- R- Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheouls.
Cars leave   Vaucouver  for New West
minster at 0:50, 6:50. 1:20 and 8:00
a.m��� and every half hour thereafter
until lltSQ  p.m.
Cars leave New  Westminster for Van
couver at :>:00, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
B:00 a.m., and every half hour there-
liter until  11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars l^ave Vancouver tor New West-
-, ter at S:00 and 9:00 a.m., and;
cv��ry    half    hour    thereafter    until
;: 30 p.m.
Ci-s 'cave New Westminster for Van-
per at ��.;00 a.m.. and every half
b ir thereafter until ll p.m. i
Eburne   Line.
leave   New   Westminster  at   7
and every hour until 11 p.m.
leave  Vancouver at T  a.m.  and
��� vt  y hour until 10 p.m.
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matlcian it is interesting to study the
various parts of the apparatus and
make tlieni lit together.
"It is also very weird and fascinating to sit at. night and receive messages from all parts of the world."
These are words in wllich T, Woodcock. M. A., a tutor residing in
Clitheroe, Lancashire, explains ids object in experimenting with wireless
telegraphy.
llis efforts have met witli more success than be hoped for. For Mr.
Woodcock possesses a Complete wireless installation, by means of which
lie can >:end messages for considerable
distances.
liis experiments have attracted
widespread attention, and to him belongs the honor of having established
tlie first practicable amateur wireless
station in this country.
Mr.  Woodcock has been engaged in
the  study  of  wireless telegraphy  for
[over eighteen  months,    and although
I modelled on the .Marconi principle his ,
| receiver     an 1     transmitter   embody
many original ideas.
llis experiments are being conducted with tlie consent of the govern-
ment,
When he started Mr. Woodcock's
greatest ambition was to communicate
with Stonyhurst college, the Jesuit
seminary situated ahout five miles
from his home, but liis "calls" have
been heard at Newcastle and Liver-
pool, where Marconi stations are established.
Now he has been granted a government permit lie proposes using more
power, and thus being able to communicate with stations on the continent.
llis fust "aerial" was erected on
Clitheroe Castle ruins, but "hearing"
Liverpool quite clearly he decided to
try nearer home, and installed his apparatus in a barn.
Heie he has been able to distinguish
messages from Paris. Scheveningen,
and Norddeich, as well as communi-
j cat ions from the ships sailing between
Liverpool and Fleetwood to the Isle
of Man.
Mr. Woodcock has intercepted messages from the French admiralty to
|their battleships in the Mediterranean,
���and when the Megantic, with Crippen
' on hoard, was Hearing Liverpool he
heard land stations "calling" the ves-
'sel, but tlie operator had apparently
I receive 1   instructions  not  to   reply.
T. P. O'Connor, the Irish Nationalist M. P., who is at present touring
Western Canada, in liis weekly letter
on tlie British political situation, says:
"Those   who   know   Lord   Rosebery
j best liave been somewhat amused at
j tlie part he has played in Vienna re-
I cently when he went    there    to    announce to Emperor    Francis   Joseph
1 the accession of King George.    They
1 are  not  surprised  at  tlie eclat  witu
which  Lord  Rosebery carried off his
mission.    He is a born man    of    the
| court,   has   great  tact,   is  ornate    iu
; language and ceremonious in manner,
'. in short, he is just the type of person
who   should   always   be   tilling   some
high  official  ceremony  and  function.
Tlie reason his friends are amused is
that there is such a contract between
i the kind of work Lord  Rosebery did
at Vienna and tlie kind of   work    he
might be doing.   It is one more scene
to remind tlie people of the tragic failure of liis career.
"Here is a man whom all the world
tried to make successful. Even when
quite a boy he was�� able to excite interest and admiration in people. He
: was a little wonder, whose bright sayings and originality marked him out
early as one who was destined to be
above tlie average. It was prophesied of hlm when lie was yet a youngster that one day he would be made
prime minister and it was thought
that he would have been one of the
most illustrious premiers of ills time
and country. And now lie is
vate citizen glad to have the onia
mental and somewhat futile function
of courtier doing a bit of ceremonial
work.
Take Notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B, C, occupation,
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
permission to lease 500 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted -0U yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's Inlet, tlience north 100
chains, thence west 50 chains, tlience
south 100 chains, thence east 50 |
chains to post of commencement. Pur
pose for wliich it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 2C,th, 1910.
NOTICE
TRAFFIC
REGULATING     VEHICLE
ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, August 12.  1910.
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS.   Ltd.
'THE    ROYAL   LINE.
10
19
XMAS   SAILINGS.
From Montreal:
"Royal  Edward"    Nov.
"Royal George"   Nov.
From Halifax:
"Royal Edward"   Dec. 7
"Royal   George"    Dec.   14
"Royal   Edward"    Dec.   28
And Fortnightly thereafter.
Most Direct Route to Bristol, London
and the Continent.
Tickets and Reservations from E.
Goulet, C. P. R. agent, or write to Wm.
Stapleton, General Agent, 227 Main
street, Winnipeg.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
a Pri" | de? for Purchase of North Half of Lot
3,  Block    13,   Clarkson    and    Begbie
Streets, New Westminster, B. C," will
be received until 4.00 P. M., on Tues-
dav, November 15. 1910, for the pur-
'What  is  the  secret  of this  great chase of the lot mentioned.
contrast between a man's possibilities |    Each  tender  mUBt be accompanied
and his performances?    It    is    cef- by ���, acoepted cheque on a chartered
tainly not that Lord  Rosebery is de-1 bank>  for  the  sum  ot   flve   hundred
Just Arrived
New Scotch arid English Worsted,
Tweed and Serge Suiting for gentlemen, made to order. Workmanship
and fit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
13 Begbie Street.
T. P.
Morrison
Phone 024.
J. H. Taylor
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind.  Prompt
attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.      New Westminster, B.C.
COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
The
void of talents. On the contrary, he I
is one of the most gifted men of his i
time. As an orator 1 might rate him |
higher, and say that, for addressing.
large gatherings, he is the most forceful man in England. He has many
advantages as an orator. His choice
of language is excellent. It is florid
and chaste, resonant and yet simple,
the language of a real artist in works.
H
($500.00), payable to the order of thei
Honourable  tlie   Minister   of   Public
Works, which will be forfeited if the j
tenderer decline to complete the pur-1
chase.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the highest or any tender.
By order.
R.  C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital Paid Up   $5,000,000
Reserves    $5,900,000
LAND   ACT.
S .inlays cars  leave
al 8 R in. to 10 p.m.
. :   Sundays cars leave Vancouver
m   to 10 p.m.
D.  J.  Stewart.  Local   Manage
Westminster.
at
New
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leavea     New      Westminster     8:17
nrives Seattle 3:06 p. in.
ives    New     Westminster    10:30
a.m.;  arrives   Seattle  8:16  p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:30
!   I      arrives Seattle 9:40 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:06 a.m.; arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster f,:25 p.m.
I "nes Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
Nov Westminster 9:27 p.m.
I nes Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
Ni \  Westminster 6:30 a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster daHy, ex-
"I' .Sunday from bridge paSsenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
'���' dchon 8.30 p. m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
:'  20 a. m.
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xma�� work. We have
just received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIR TCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
has, at times,  shown moments of      Department   of   Public
poetic inspiration,    which make    one tawa  October 12  1910.
think that if he had devoted his time '
entirely   to   writing   he   might     have ������
made a place for himself among the
masters of    British    literature.    Furthermore he has a fine voice and    it
can till almost any room,   lt is beautifully undulated in tone and    is    kept
under perfect tone.    If I might  venture  a  criticism.  I   might   say   it    is
unduly sepulchral.   It gives you. when
it sinks, a feeling of solemnity as if
it weie the voice of an actor and an
elocutionist   rather   than   a   politician
seeking to impress an audience witli'head  of Billin
convictions    strongly    and      honestly ;chains easterly
held.    His gesticulation Is rate and.
though  not  graceful,  it  tells.    When
you lock at Lord Rosebery's face you
are a little puzzled to make him out.
Often it is bright with fun and enjoyment, with its lines still raie, a certain    roundness    of    cheek,  with    a
twinkle in the blue-giay eye.   It positively looks at times as If Lord Rosebery were a light-hearted boy.   But is
is  in  the  presence  of  people   whom
he knows are watching him, the face
becomes almost like a mask.   It looks
as if he were trying to make himself
resemble an owl as much as he could
The    jaws    become    pendulous
Works, Ot-
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and  London,  England.
Correspoudents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson    Island,   occupation j
farmer,  intends  to  apply  for  permis
sion  to  purchase the    following    de-1
scribed  lands: , , . ,1 ,
Commencing at a post planted j aS done by US glVeS tlie Ut-
about one mile northeast from the
s bay, and about 40
from tlie southeast
corne- of timber lot number 37341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east
40 cliains. thence south 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 1G0 acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1910.
LliRY WORK
most satisfaction. Our equipment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean, Economic, Prompt.
White labor only employed
On and after October  1, 1910, we,
the undersigned, will    sell  coal    for
cash only, either with the order or on
the delivery.
1,
G.   N.   R.���Sumat   Branch.
Leaves   Bumas   6:00   n.m:   arrives:
'���'���  passenger  station.  New   West-1
'    ���'!'���    10:20    a. in.    dally    exeeept
Sunday.
'"nes    New    Wesfminstor    biidge
enger station  3:50 p.m.:   arrives
;"tnas S:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
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NERVE TONIC
Try AS AY A NEURAL
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $1.50
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i Ryall's Drug Store \
* ** EYES TESTED  BY OPTICIANS. ?
%*e��ifltf ---^-a--*--***-****-* m*******S
Just 30 Suits which we have selected to clear Today at
hach
All strong, well made Tweeds.   This is a grand opportunity to get a good wearing suit.
mouth is pursed, all expression disap-
pears from the eyes. You would imagine that he had spent some of his |
boyhood watching and studying the:
late Benjamin Disraeli, and had leirn-
ed to pick up from the distinguished
master in the art of being and looking enigmatic, some of his best tricks
of manner ani facial manipulation.
"Similarly Lord Rosevery looks dif-j
ferent even in figure at various,
periods. He is a short man, and;
sometimes he gets io be stout, but
then he becomes fairly thin again,
and tiie figure looks almost juvenile,
and certainly alert instead of bulky.
"All this, of course, means that
Lord Rosebery is a man of moods and
that the changes in his expression and
in his general appearance represent
changefulness In liis spirits anl his
temper. He has, I should think, tie-
mendous variations of humor with |
profound depths of despair among
those which frequently recur. He is.
in spite cf merry eye and boyish face,
a man of nerves. Tins Is shown by
the fact that he has suffered in his
time so much from sleeplessness. He
married a daughter of one of the
wealthiest Rothschilds, and he has a
princely income."
GILLEY  BROS.. LTD.
JOSEPH MAYERS,
BELYEA & CO.
New Westmiaater, Sept. 24.
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
IT PAYS to ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY       NEWS
Eburne,
FLOUR!
D. *-.
FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL . $6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL   $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $450 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS^
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone M3.
M. J. Phillips,
The Wardrobe
Clothier
STARTS WITH CENTS,
GIVES   MILLIONS
Berlin, Oct. 21.���Mrs. Helnrich
Lanz. who spent a million dollars during the last two years ror charity ln
accordance with her husband's last
will, allowed a press correspondent
the late Mr. Lanz's ledger of the year
18G1 when he started the business
that now Is the greatest industrial institution in South Germany.
According to the ledger, Lanz's net
fortune amounted to thirteen florins
and three greutzers on January 1,
1881. During the year he earned forty
florins and nfty-lour kretitzers moie.
January 1. 1882, he possessed flfty-
three florins, fifty-seven kreutzers; In
that year his net earnings were 1853
florins and thirty-six kreutzers.
From such small acorns one of the
tallest financial oaks in the Fatherland grew.
FOR SALE
Beautiful Cleared Lot on Fourth Avenue, between Second and Third streets, cornering cn lane.
Fenced.   20 bearing fruit trees.
$1000, Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specia!i��t��; m
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 22
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We carry a complete line
at the right nrices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
lias great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia St. Principal.
City News
Dr. Currle, of Vancouver, will give
it socialistic address In tho,-,.PryKt;i.l
theatie on Sunday evening.
Warm dry feet insure the health. **
Yesterday was Trafalgar day, but
the only sign of remembrance in the
city was tne flag on the city hall.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208 **
Roberts was at home to tlie girls on
night duty at the hospital in tlie afternoon and in the evening tlie day
duty girls were her guests. Frying
pans, rolling pins and many other useful articles weie presented to the
bride-to-be.
A portion of the Gordon road in the
Delta distiict has been closed by order of the Provincial government.
The location of the cancelled highway is described as follows: Com-
Tlie remains of the bodies of the i mencing at a point on the Clover Yal-
two Blakes. the unfortunate Pitt lake ley road, -IS chains south of the town-
prospectors, were burled yesterday in ship line between Townships 8 and 9,
Vancouver. New Westminster Districi; thence in
a direct line north-easterly to a point
Quarter acres in the big green Held  on  the  north   boundary  of the   X.   W.
jusi   across   the   Fraser  hridge.    Easy | ^  section '.',2. Tp. S, which point is 32
terms.    Reid.  Curtis and   Dorgan.
Columbia street.
, 00
chains east of the Clover Valley road.
Petticoats
$5.95 Each
The members of Court Royal Columbia, A. O. !���"., held an enjoyable
whist pany in the Knights of Pythias
hall last evening.
LONGWORTH  WAGING
COOK-BOOK  CAMPAIGN
"Form Fitte" petticoats are proving Immensely popular owing to
the perfect lining bach ami the exceptional quality or   ihe   material
used In the manufacture. The back of lhe skirt is adjustable, being
made with eyelets and a patent clasp allowing band to be adjusted
to lit any waist. In this way no unnecessary fullness is apparent, as
same goes into inserted pleat. Made wiih small pockel ai side wiih
I'laji fastening ami a wide deep flounce wilh flat stitched tailored
Strappings and dust ruffles. .Material is a very heavy hlack taffeta
made especially for "Form Fitte" underskirts.    Each    $5.93
Bradley
Mufflers
of Every Desc
Bradley   mufflers
well  known thai
r'Ption
''���    S)
ll.  I.. , Ip
lion need ho attempted
our  showing  of theai
fortable neckwear pii  ,.
several other ma' ,,
lar nature    Engl
French, Canadian
eiieaii    makes   In
popular shapes, with ,���
out   button clasp for :.. ���,.
ing.     Colors,   navy,   brown
grey,   green,   win,..   C]
mauve, pink, pale blue,   re-
seda,      black,      white      ut
Each 45c to 65c
���   In
com.
Bimi-
I'man,
Am.
the
tvlth-
Chamberlin ^ Co.'s (dosing out shoe
sale still continsgs with plenty of
good values in sight, but don't put off
buying until too late for a good selection. **
The funeral of the late D. P. Oswalt, of Sapperton, will take place
from Knox church, Sapperton, at
eleven o'clock this morning-
Cincinnati, Oct. 20.���Nicholas Dong-
worth, in liis campaign for re-election
to congress, is fino ling the First
distiict with literature savoring strictly of the kitchen and eschewing current political comment
The  brains  of liis constituents  are
being dealt with solely through  their
stoniaclies in this campaign, it  would
appear.    The cook books were issued
by the government    agricultural    department,    and    during    a    campaign
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at Longworth is permitted to mail them
Tidy's store.   Phone 184. *���    : fee ��f charge.
Tlie branch post offices of the First
Two drunks  provided  all  the grist' district  are  choked   up    with     Dong-
for the mill  at  the police court yes-j worth's bags full of cook books. There
terday morning. One lost $5 and costs jure three cook hooks in each package.
when    .Magistrate    Kdmonds    showed ! One is a tract on the "preparation of
Hand Bags
New Stock        Good Values
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of !-uoins; out of imsiness.  The westmin-
it      j    t-> i ���    I ster Trust companv lias c
Hand Bags  ever shown m
this city.   From $1.00 up.
his hand, but th other went free.
Sound as the Dank of England-
Gold Bond shoes for men at Chamberlin & Co. **
The Conservatives of the distiict
are beginning to display their annual
activity. There is a metting here on
October 24, one at Dangley Prairie on
October 27, and one at Fort Langley
on the last day of the month.
The Children of Israel    were    forty-
years in the    wilderness    without   aj
single pair of boots, hut it  is doubtful I
if they would remain in tliis city forty I
minutes without paying Chamberlin A:
Co. a visit. **
The Vanstone Plumbing and Heating company, one of the oldest established business houses in tlie city, is
vegetables for the table." another is
a treatise on "tlie care of food in the
home." and the third contains forty-
three pages on "the economical use of
meat in tlie home."
The Public
Supply S!ores
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,    7-1;
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Hew and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of fqrniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
Ihe Central Hole! Cafe
Opposite  B. C. E.  R.  Depot.
25c - Mentis Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  RG72.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools,  Septic Tanks.  Etc.,  Etc.
Na-Dru-Co
Tooth  Paste
ALSO
Talcum Powder
Rote, Borated, Violet and Flesh.
See Our Window.
I. A. MUIR & C).
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.    441 Columbia St.
New Westminster. O.C.
pany has charge of the
business of winding up the company.
.1. 11. Todd, of the His; Music House,
v giving another concert tonight, commencing    at    S    p.m.,    last    Saturday
'��� night's  proved  such  a   huge  success.
|D; ;> in tonight and hear the Victor
Victrola, the wonder of the day. Re-
co'vls and all kinds of instruments on
hand.    Ail are cordially Invited.    **
Moses B. Cotsworth left Kngland
yesterday on his return tiip to this
city, it being evidently his intention
to le back on his civic auditing "lender Section 95 of the .Municipal
Clauses Ac." befoie the municipal
elections.
Good substantial values at rock bottom prices are to be had in boys' and
girls' school  boots at Chamberlin    A;
Co. **
As a result of tlie fire in the city
hall building on Monday last, the floor
of the office cf the secretary of the
���''id of trade is now covered with
new linoleum, this being laid down at
the expense of the Hartford Fire Insurance company, wliich carried the
insurance through Messrs. White,
Shiles & Co., of this city.
Everything in Port Mann and vicinity! City lots (132x66 feet), acre
lots, 5-acre, 10-acre, :!0-acre and 25-
acre  blocks,  and  50,  no,  70,  l'60  aad
320  acre   tracts.    Only   a   lew   of  thel
Port  Mann city lots and acre lots, but I
they are snaps for the small Investor. |
Kennedy   Bros.   I.td.   corner   Colum-
hia and Begbie streets. **
Constables   Hutchinson   and   Lister, i
of the Provincial force,  went to Port 1
Moody yesterday, where they gathered j
i.i  a  couple  of  Hindus,  one  of  whom
had   charged   the  oilier   with   stealing
$100.    li  is a icgular Hindu case with I
assault  and  robbery all  mixed ,up in
thc   usual   fashion.     The    men    were
lodged in ihe Porvinclal jail last night
and  to,lav  tlie accused  will  face the
magistrate.
Style, quality and workmanship the
three essentials of good footwear
whicn aie combined in the Watson
shoe for men and women at Chamberlin & Co. ��*
Mips Olive Roberts, who becomes
the bride of A. Thomas, of Xanai.no.
on Wednesday next, was the recipient of a kitchen shower from the
nurses in training at the Royal Co-
iubian     hospital     yesterday.        Miss  j
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your .opinion. It is sure to he
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
liave been chosen because tliey
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Adams
Phone 92
Splendid
Assortment of
Waist Lengths
45c to $5.00.
W'e have made up hundreds
of waist lengths, in over 50
varieties of materials. Sufficient goods for a waist in
each piece. Vou will find in
this large assortment lengths
of BasUste, Brllllante, Pop-
linette Brocade, two-tone
Stripes, W'insey, Delaine.
Olaine, Flannelette. Sateen
finished Flannelette, French
Flannels, plain and fancy-
Lustre, Nuns Veiling. Cashmere, Checks and plain and
fancy Silks of every description, Special values, per
length       45c to $5.00
Our Special
50c Hosiery
For Women
Our large hosiery business has  been   built   up  hy   keeping  i ualltj
the main feature in every line we have handled, many special  lines
we have carried for years.    We know   their   \aiue   and   continue    I
give them  a  place in  our showing.    Friday  and   Saturday  our
ing will demonstrate the large variety we cany at. per pair  50c
Penman's seamless Cashmere, Llama, fine and heavy iii,, I
broldered Cashmere, hoys' extra heavy Worsted, etc.. In all sl I
lo  lo inch.    Special  values, per pair     50c
Coat
Attractive Evening
$22.50 to $32.50 Each
The showing of evening coals is attracting a great deal of attention.   Those who contemj
ing such wlll do well to Investigate the range  now on display  in  the i eadj -lo-v. ear section.
Old   Ross  Broadcloth  Coat, with loose back, full sleevee  with  turn hack cuffs, white fur collai    l
cerized lining, each   %21
Pale   Grey   Cloth   Coat,   with revers of (lack silk, collar, cuffs and botti m of coal    nicely    t
with wide grey military braid, large covered buttons, line with grey silk, each  	
Wisteria Broadc'oth Coat, lined throughout with white silk; made wiih black silk collar
witli soutache braid; a deep hind around the bottom gives tl.e new hobble effect; wide peasant
cut in one piece with the body portion, each
CITY
Tenders for New Fire  Hall.
The corporation requires tenders
for the erection of a new Fire Hall
on  Thirteenth  streel.
Plans   and   specifications    as    prepared   by   .1.   VV.   li.   Hl...'kiiiari,    City
Fngineer, can be obtained at  lhe City
Hall during ofllce hours.
���   Tenders to he delivered to the un-1
derslgned by ." o'clock  p. m. on thej
24th. day of October, IfllO.
The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hal!. October 11. HUH.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
Look  Over Your Wardrobe.
We can heln you work wonders with clothes you are inclined to throw away. Take no
chances   with  articles  of  value.
G. F. BALDWIN, Proprietor.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing  September   15, llie SS. Transfer will leave Bra.!.
Ker   wharf  every  afternoon,  except   Sunday, at   2 p.m..  for
Ladner,  Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every weekday morning at 7 a.m. and  I    !: ���'"
7:30 a.m.    Additional  trip  Monday morning,  leaving    New  V. ���
ster at 5 a.m.
This  schedule  subject,  to change without  notice.    For frci. ht a11'1
passenger rates apply to
ROBERTYJARDINE, Manager
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 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street.    Excellent  view.    Streets on three sides
of  this  property.    $3{SC  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, aDd lane at rear
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market
PHONE 475.
Square
THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
House wiring a specialty. Ail orders
.given  prompt    attention,    and    night
calls answered.
Phones 761   a-.d 581.
Office:    ---     4:5 Columbia Street.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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