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 J. I
port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NUMBER 234.
TYPEWRITI
Standard   Make  $5   Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
KE.
.
PRICK FIVE CENTS.
NEW WESTMINSTER
ITALIAN MAY PACE
SERIOUS ACCUSATION
Nicodemus Farforo Found
ghot Near Silverdale-
pai in Orgie Sought.
WIRELESS TO CALL        JDEATH OE HALf BREED
m ok eaira im BY m M
STANDARD Oil HAS     ��� famine drives      i TORTURER Of CHILDREN
FORMIDABLE RIVAL     "S���^��� m- j NOW PLEADS EOR MERCY
Invention   Is   Designed     to     Transmit
1 Hertzian  Waves Through
City Streets.
._ in be held at Mission
mer Or   Stew irl
London.  Nov,  fi    Si    land   V'ard
taking   a  ki en   Inti n   i   In  an   invei
tion which, lf Its ti        provi
will  make ii   possible  to call  up
Jury's Verdict States W.
Bernard Was Murdered by
Unknown on Sept. 20.
fui.
That  William Bernard came to
,   roner Br.  Sfewarl  \" ����� policeman oi  laxicab hy the simple  ,!,':ilh ,u  ������������   nt8h< of Septembei
, lge 0f ,),,.   death   ol Pressing .if a button,   'lhe de     ���
,i   . x ,,v m,���   i E,8ta  ''   ���!  ]U--***  wireless    apparatus
s     ���        ���    ,;"' alus Ton> More'' which can be fixed        hi fronl ol an
. ;���   who   was   s io!   near    ,.���,,,,^  .,,   ,   , . . ._     .   ...   ((. M;,.,,
Wednesday    afternoon,   heigh-
,. i n.intivinan. and ihe '    Bj the prei Ins ol a b it; in a Hertz-
h  N1^H ia:i   wave   signal    . tied   o\oi
in   companj     with
K j an  area  ol  aboul   200  oi   300
I reaching any vehicle fltted with a re-
.,. is being sought by tiie police
In connection with the case
.   seems little doubt  that
i ��� i\er.
Par-      C. K. Kelway,
the
his
 ^^^^^^^      20
o il play bj some mi ans and manner   unknown,  was   the   verict   of   llie
coioiicr's   Jurj    which     inquired   into
...       of the unfortunate halfbreed
on Sal ui laj
Harry   McKay,  who  was the  On t   t )
Intimate to the  pollce that  anything
had  hapi i ned on the night  mention-
inventoi   a iggests   ed, was the chief witness.   Ile slated
Rockefeller Agents Worried
To Find Competitor Capitalized at $36,000,000.
Pennsylvania Firm Forced to Move to
New  York   Because  of  Scarcity
of  Young  Women.
.
murdered,  for  th<
Inflicted.    He     was    shot ; lan waves from. say. a private house,  �� ,   , .. .      .������,, ,��� ,,,��� im>,...uHne atrueele to
,th, .he bullet .dough-  will emit a buzzing nois.. Indicating to  dians  kicking  Barnard  and  he  wen    involved In the  mpendlng, B   ugg
....        . I tho   onnrt.hla   1    hat    Ma   gultt.nx.   i ���    .,.,.   o.alatonea       The   last   he   saw    of   git   a   large   EUCe   ol   the   OUSineSS   <n
the
foro
which can
been
1 li ro u.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I,,, |ts way to the top of his head
Although the ciiine occulted on
Wednesday afternoon, the police weie
BOt notified until late on Friday. On
bearing ol the affair Provincial Con-
stable Wllkie left for Mission, remaining there until yesterday investigating the i ase.
Farforo and Nick, botli of whom
were employed by the Western Canada I'ower company at Stave Lake,
,..: , Into Mission on Wednesday last.
Both men started di Inking. Nick, who
is . nly nineteen or twenty years of
age.!. .:. intoxicate 1 early and was
qulti ink when he went in to liave
dinner a' the MntsqUl hotel. Before
leahi- "ii tlieir return journey to Ruskin t:.- men bought several bottles
of llquoi und packed these away in
a tack
While walking along
track they  were met  hy
1 er. v reatl)   annoyed  the Italians
I.; refusing to drink with them.    As
fai s been  learned   Mr.  Harper
wai  the   last   person   to   see   Farforo
alive.
.Mr. Cooper, who lives a short dis-
tame from the scene of the tragedy,
heard a Shot on Wednesday after-
noon   bui   ; aid  no  pai tlcular    atten-
ti- i: ��� i it
A (' P K. engineer noUced a body!
:i: ,:t the tall grass near the railway track on Thursday, hut lie made
Bo ntport of the mutter On seeing
thi dj still in the same place the;
to 11 wing day. however, he notified
the police and un Investigation was
enced,
A revolver, loaded In one chamber,
hut without any empty shells In tbe
other chambers, and a knife, were
picked up near the body. The sack
containing the bottles of liquor was
found In the glass close by.
The spol where the tragedy occurred is in plain view of several
houses and within twenty feet of the
Place where the mail hags are taken
"It the train.
Nick has not been seen since tiie
daj 11 the tragedy.
Th<  deceased came to this country
from Italy about a year ago. He
lea\.: a wife and family in his old
homi \t Stave Lake, where he was
���'"I i ��� I. he usually went hy the
���.'���������'���.. ol Morell. but two cousins who
yesterday Identified the body declared I.      eai  name to lie Farforo.
wound   "':it  "   i*��"i'*'!";"1   :ilil>   cany   in  his  thai Barnard and two Indians got Into
on the Tenth
Btree wharl     lie saw  one of Hie In-
;��� It'll,    ior    ine       woanu - .   -
heln et  a small  receiver which, when   .   ,,,.,,. n. ���. .���,..��� ���,,.,���..
, : death could hardly have th(. (���nnection ta made bj ,,���. ������m. ' ���' M��< oxersomi ... nej
_,.   .    . . ���. ^nr.f.   wl'.iof e   saw   r
Franklin, Pa., Nov, 6.���Tltusvllli
losing a part ot one ot iis host industries tm a peculiar reason. Unable t" secure a sufficient number ol
young women to operate flfty loons.
tl e Charles Horn Silk companj has
��� een li okin s around foi a lo. ati ������.)
tor the looms, an 1 has de, | ], ,1 to take
tbem 'o Fredonla, N. Y.. where it will
be able to get the necessary help.
Fredonla is in the grape belt, whicn
produces a great number of young
women  willing  to work.
The silk company has 106 looms at
Tltusville, hut it has noi i, en able to
keep more than fifty of them running,
ow ing  to the scarcitj   of  girls.
The work pays poorly at flrst. hut
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ when a girl becomes competent she
$3fi,000,0on,  which  sum  is  can command good wages.    This fact
Chicago, Nov. 6,���A new enemy has
arisen at hist ts uo b'attie with the
Standard oil company���a competitor
de, in c.i to bi backed bj almost unlimited ' apltal w ith lhe i csoui as ,,;
th.e Texas oil fields and the advantage ot Chicago's railroad and water
s: i; ping facilltli -
The Standarl oil's new competitor
is the Texas company, which has filed
its certificate ot Incorporation under
that  name in Joliet.    The document
showed that the coiporatii.n was cap
italized   at
ti..- constable
required.
t   hat   his  assistance  is
INDOOR LACROSSE MAY BE
LEADING WINTER SPORT !
Batketballert Making Little Headway,
So Variation of National  Game Is
Suggested Ai Alternative.
for assistance. The last he saw of
them as he went away was the Indian evidently kicking Bar&ard into
tbe river. He had run up to Daniel
Hanna, who was standing on Colum-
ila stieet not far from the scene of
lie affray, hut he had not rendered
any assistance and then he had gone
for the police.
Hanna could throw no light on tlie
ease, lie had been employed at the
Royal City mills by the city to tuin
on tlie water ln case of emergency.
The water had been turned off to
effect some repairs. He had heard
some cursing und fighting, but
not interfere, even when McKay
run to him.
Two policemen swore thnt tliey
get. a large  slice of  tlie  business enjoyed  hy  the oi!  -n inopoly,
First Lease 200 Acres.
The new concern leased lino acres
from the drainage hoard near Lock-
port nearly a month ago. The lease
was negotiated as quletlj as possible
tn order that  tlie corporation  mightI
nm   not
howevei
seem   1.)
attract     the    girls.
ANNDAL REPORT OE      '
RAILWAYS IS ISSUED ^
"Boy Murderer" Pomeroy,
Aged and Feeble, Writes
Story of Crime Committed
B   ton, Nai   6.     esse 11   Pomeroj.
serving  a   life    enti In    <'   nleK-
town prison, lias written lis own
stor> of his crime and hi- efforts to
better hla conditions shut away from
ile freedom ol the world. He Is now
BO >eais i 11.   ii.- has been a prisoner
since h�� was 11. He is bent and
mai Ked with prison pallor. The sight
of  one  eve   is   gene
Pomeroy killed two ehildi  a, a boj
and a git!, after treating them witli
barbaric cruelty, He inveigled other
small children into isoated sections.
j. tripped thejn of their clothing, tied
them to trees or upon hoard-; and
then beat them until they were unconscious, stuck pins into their tendev
flesh and stabbed and jabbe I them
with knives. When this boy with the
demon heart vvas finally run down
and forced to confess be barely escaped  lynching.    Only  his youth    saved
L^^l^ti^SJTd  Total ExPenditure on Canadian Roads  him from the hangman's noose.
&�� business    before the Standard |    ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^    I
Oil interests learned of the project
But   this  effort   at   secrecy,   ii   was
learned  yesterday,  was  not   sufficient
to throw    representatives  of the  so-
called oil trust off the track.   Within
OW I ftvrtv-nlarht   hours  after  th.e  leaFe  had
���Canals Cost $3,239,097.18.
torty-eighi
I    That indoor lacrosse mav supplant  mu ""-c"c'*' *-��� ���     ^d been signed an emissary of the Stand-
basketball to some extent In the Roval   rU��i�� JXmbm swore tha, thev bad l,'" ?" ���'"^  Msited the otti, ���  of
rwo policemen swore tnat me> nao  ,|U, drainage board In  the  American
City this year is the opinion of some  .een told by McKay thai a fight was'. Trust ,mii savings bank building, call-
railway [of the militia men.   Ever since the in-1going on ani that a man was ilke.y (m1 ���pon president it. U.    McCormick
William Har-'door  lacrosse  match  at  Yancouver   ''tn be kille(i     Tlle>' had ^'ne ,lt once', and aske.l "What does it   all  mean""
month or so ago netween the Shamrocks and the Salmon Bellies, tnete
has been some talk of playing tlie
game here. According to all tliose
who saw it. it was good spoit and
worthy   of  encouragement.
So   far   nothing   definite   lias    heen
done   here,   hut   the   basketballers   do
not   seem  to  be   making   much  head*
.way  and some of the militiamen have
signified their Intention of turning
tlieir efforts towards indoor lacrosse.
Tli>�� <v II hull ta< i ��� mrmo.y would
be huge enough for a seven or a five
i man team and the opinion of those
who have studied tlie question is that
Imore Interest eoud be aroused In the
game than there is at piesent shown
in basketball,
1'"       "V 	
I to the wharf from where they saw a
jboat   well out   in  the stream,    lt  ap- (
parently had two men In it.   On the
wharf  there  was  a  quantity  of  blood, j
One ol tlie men estimated there must
ubave been almost a pint there.
,    Tliey commenced to drag the river
then  atfd  finished   the operation  th<-
next day, hut  did not  tind anything.
I     Kmma  Martin, who lived  with   Hai
id   for   almost   a   yeai.   swore   that
had not  seen  him since  Septem
10. but she ha 1 been told that ��
III    aSKCl >\ UUI    uvea     i.     ....
"Simply that the drainage board has   $2 ^ '^"j" ^'"^ ���
.t   mosl   irolitahb     ��� ���'���   ��� ',..< ���a>>^>^_
Mr.  McCormick. 1903.96 to revenue.    Tbe railway
Ottawa. Nov. 6.���The annual report
of the i ail ways and canals depart
tr.ent was issued yesterday.
The total railway expenditures amounted  to    $32,862 094.46,    6t
$21,606,9711.91   vvas  charged  to capital,
and    $&,096,'
ex
Pleads  for  Kindness.
The  letter is  a lengthy    document
and In  it  Pomeroy states many legal
reasons which lie believes show error
in his conviction.   In Ills plea he says:
"1   respectfully   suggest     that    this
prisoner   may  have  some  encnurago-
,ment In doing well.    He is no worse
than liis neighbors. Kindness i- never
���.a inn-  lost on anyone, and this prisoner has
wbicli   '���'���. '''s ^'�� shown himself responsive
to kind  treatment.    Athough  I  have
made some errors here, l have neve:
once been  violent  or dangerous.    No
officer lias ever accused me of It. Tbe
n.
"But what business is the new com-\pendlture on capital account included
pany going atte','.' What is it going |$10,9fi8..2l 8. for the eastern division
to   do?"   persisted   the   Standi! **'^^^^^^^a*a**\***\w
man.
Fcrced to Go  E. sjwhere
"You'll have to go to the officers of
Ithe company to get that  Information,
handling the  affairs of  the
SWISS   GUARDIAN   SCHOOLS.
Solving the Problem of Caring for the
Children  of  the  Street.
In the   overcrowded    quarters    of
every  large  city  where  working peo-
she
had heen seen In V.ncnnv.r ^^L
lir. Jones testitled that the body
had been so long in the water that It
was Impossible lo sny whether death
was the result of drowning or from
the effects of blows received before
the  man  got   Into the  water.
li.   .1.   Heiensten.   the   Steveston   policeman who took the body out. of the!
river, gave Q  ideiu'e as to the finding'
of the body.
The Jury seemed to liave no doubts
as to the truth Of McKay's story and
gave a verdict that Barnard came to
I his death by foul play. No names
'���*     McKay was not ask-
l'in  only   .
drainage  board,"   replied   Mr.   McCot
'��|mick.
Although the oil man put numerous
pie live tbere are alwuys ninny small I were mentioned
children  who tire allowed  to run the'ed who the assailants were
without  proner oversight.    In
Tl
nit i
Death of Henry Mathers.
death occurred on Saturday
in the St Luke's Home. Van-
convet of Henry Mathers, father of
W, 1 Mathers, of this city. The old
Si ll a   wa-   ninety-four   years   of
d  ���'; iugh    rather    feeble lately
1 een   In   full   possession    of    his
1 i up to the time pf his death.
Ol        turday   afternoon   W.   .!.   Ma-
th(       ���  , phoned  to  his  father and  at
���   was in  good health, bet's I li t.   than   he   had     been   tor
ths     Later  in   the  evening.
���    ell asleep and was found
afterwards.
te   Mr    Mathers   was  a  native
o mrv, Ireland, and r	
1        here to Hritish Columbia thfrt)
' ,: ���   -   ago.      He   liv-d      here   for
������ ears  bnt his wife died d few
and he moved to Vancouver,
The
owned some property,
uneral will take place here on
av     uttarnnrin    tn    the    Odd       Ft *
low
streets   m,,���,,.���    	
the largest cities, like London, Paris
anl Xew York, tliew are iiiiinheied
by thousands. With such surrounding; and under such conditions it is
is not strange that a huge percentage
of them become criminals Thr
question with the authorities Is how
to handle them and prevent them, as
far as possible, from becoming criminals
Switzerland has solved the problem
partly at least. In the city of Basel,
"for Instance, "guardian schools" organized and supported by the state,
are open every day, and from the
middle of November till tlie middle of
March every evening. Tliey can hardly be called schools, but rather recreation classes.
Under  the  teacher's direction    the
children play  tames, tell stories., sin*,
croquet   embroider, sew, and so forth.
In   gootl   freather   they   are  taken  outdoors for games ot walks.   Each class
about   thtrtv-five  children   in     it.
enough for the teacher or guard-
to  handle  comfortably.      An   in
siector  visits  the  clftrsea  frequently
and     a sports to the school au-
i        It|etl      Th.e   s'ate   piovlde-   all   the
material!  toi   the  games snd    work,
and also pays for tbe luncheons.
^asal  has a  ponulatlon   if    130,000
children    were
It   is  supposed   now  that   Barnat l
was taken away In the boat when it
left the wharf and was afterwards
flung Into the river.
No  arreSta   have    been    made,  but
uu,e., son'.e  new  developments  may   be  ex-
trroRt ! pected in a day or so.
ACTION DISMISSED
a'riot questions that was as far as
he got In the matter of information.
So be took up the Investigation elsewhere.
The oil concern, at least for the
present, will not endeaot to get tlie
Standard Oil's kerosene husiness. Its
activity deals chiefly with crude oils,
such as are used on streets, in factories and for Industrial purposes.
This, however. Is a most impoitant
feature of the Standard's business.
l'he Texas company numbers anion.'
Its backers John Lambert, the Juliet
capitalist, who is interested also In
the steel Industries of that city, and
John W. Gates, of N'ew York. Both,
it is declared, ate taking deep per-
Interest in tlie enterprise.
than the government roads. $113,466.04
tor the board of railway coflunission-
Mrs.
has
lust
lan
Dewen   Suffered   N_ 	
Building Was Moved.
The last case of the fall assizes
was disposed of on Saturday when
the action of Hewen vs. Tlie Tlmberland Lumber company was dismissed.
The care was so. levvhal involved an 1
its trial was long drawn out.
Mrs.  Dewen sued for damages for
ihe removal of a building off her land.
The  company   claimed    the    building
and Mrs. Iiewen also claimed it. The
company    moved  it   and   Mrs.   Dewen
i got   an   injunction   to   restrain     then
going   fui ther.    Then   the   corn-
agreed  to pay a  sum of money
At   100 Per   Cent.  Rental.     |^a^��^p^a^a^|^a^^^^
The lease under which the Lockport J sed to capital, and ?427,iiS3.7:i
I hint  will he operated, from the view    venue. ^^i^^^M
point of the taxpayers, is most profit- The expenditure on canals aggtegat-
iihle. The land, that was purchased P(1 jg.269,097.18 of which $1(660,706.64
at the rate of $100 an acre by the , W(IS ������ capltaj ]u.(,���,;Iit. $489,286.68 on
drainage board, has been rented by llu.ome $fi04^99J6 for stttff and $614,-'
.that body at .inn an acre a year. The 2;!4 (i(| f(���. ,epairs. the last two n.i.-
Loss When  earnings   in   consequence   will   he  ani0Unts ),e|ni, charged to revenue
even 100 per cent, a year. Adding  to the above for mUeellan-
The lease is for flfty years. It In- ��0U8 exDelulitmes In both branahes
eludes a revaluation clause, operative ,lip s���,,, of ,.,;,���; 71, f!]f> ,���,.,, expen.
at the end of twenty years. It pro- ��� ,,���,���.,, |0]. (he ve,���. ot, r.,|;v,.,vs RM(1
vide, also that all impi oven ents. such (.;ula|s HIroimte(i to $36,126,898.43.
ns factories and other buildings, will. T|]��� ,,.(.,, revenue derived from the
become the pronertv of the drainage' r.lihvav un() canai worh8 was $9,841,-
body in  the expiration  of the leasfe.      347,90, of whicli  the railway produced
'$.,647,968.71, and the canals  $108,384.
" ���" "" being
register  shows tbe tact  as T sav.  yet
tlie   newspapers   have    been     full   or
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���    varus me. ns, for instance, tbat
(from  Moncton to Winnipeg)  of    the  , trlea ,��� km the warden and so was
National    Transcontinental     railway, shut up in a cell.
and $53,042.63 tor Burveya of a line of1    "T" sivp n'p privileges, the gover-
ratlway to Hudson Hav. nov -sUi have to he consulted, as Hip
sentence   is   still   soliiarv.     and   the-
The   railway     expenditure    on     in-   commissioners   and   warden   have   DO
come Included a total of $4,048,097.06   authority to leave me beyond my cell'.
paid  on   subsidies to  railways    other  Whether my case can lmve your s. m-
 ���   pnthy   I do not know, still, an effort
to   uplift   this   life   would   brine     voir
^^���^p^p^p^^^^l^^^^^^^^^^^^��� dil  Governoi
j ers. $17,644.66 tor Inspection of the in 1875. His messaze to me fl888>
'Grand Trunk Pacific railway, and $11,. was: 'I am not sorry; I am chid I
'788.08 for preparing plans for the re- SBVetI fhat ''"l"8 life-'    He ���>,d r"J,
.   ,      _    .       ,   , , sien   my death   warrant.
construction of the Quebec bridge. Says He ,s Misrepresenfed.
The  expenditure  on   the  Intercolon-,     "Public   feeling     against   me   is  rr-
ial railway amounted  to $!i.!>2.'t,47li.T��.  sponsible  for  (lie  deeply   rooted and
i* -i-f.. persistent newsoapfer ttifsrepresenta-
tion all these years, nnd that public
feellhr vas due tn newspaper exaR-
gerntl m and notc��-!ety In 1874, Of
course II cannot ' e denied that the
crime wns dreadful and that public-
justice required satisfaction: but tlte
truth, Is, no effort has been made
from that day to this to better this
prisoner's condition.
"I have no friends, no Influence: I
cannot get a hearing from the governor. I liave been left to my ownr
device in this cell all these years:"
namely, on capital account,
pflJlMUi and on revenue account.$8.-
046,07033. On the maintenance of the
Windsor branch, the expenditure was.
$23,649.-60, charged to revenue account
On the Prince Kdward Island railway the total expenditure was $633,-
(180.7U. of which $206i39fl*7 was char-
to re-
from
Buffalo Hunt Off.
Winnipeg. Nov. 6.���It is announced
here  that   the  gieat   buffalo  limit   advertised   ,.n  Pablo's  ranch   for  buffalo
purchased   by   Canada,   but   which   it
2S. tha sum of $168,893,8.
ceived from hydraulic rents.
re-
'A!;i;,!'M1'('an     mow was threshed out ' evnt  it.' as defaming  the name   if the
I * on Batnrdav. but  m ,,,,d of the great Dtthnftl animal
not   proven that  Mrs.  WewenJ cf Nolth America
The  steamer  Ih  ('.   P.,  belonging   to
the British Columbia Pickers' association, came into port yestetday anl
fllsoharred a Inge enrgb 01 s Imon
at the Columbian Oold Storage wharf.
The fisli were brought down ftoW the
west coast storage vva'elriuses be-
longlng to the flrm.
AIRSHIP  LAW   IS  SOUGHT.
Statute   to   Protect   Those    Belovw   1st
Agitated.
London,   Nov,  8.���The    flying    machine  will   probably  bring   about   new
laws or additions to the common law.
Considerable  damage  has  been  done,
to crops by airship men who alighteil
on farms.   Several damage suns liave
been commenced by farmers.    Unless
the parties come to terms it is likely
thnt several "fl ing cases" wil tie set
down for hearing shortly in the hlg!>
courts     Although    aviators    endeavor
to   alight   without   damage,   they   have
in   instances   played   havoc     with   the.
11 o;,s 01 agriculturists.
PANAMA  PRfepABIN" _a^
TO WELCOME TAFT
and   last   year
it    VVaS    nOt     piOVCl.    ...*.-   -~-
a��� suffered any loss as the result    f
of   the  company   and  tlie
ii'ternonn   to  the  Odd
cemetery,   The time has not. yet
1 ted
min ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
     ���,    in     these    guardian   t|,e   action
tow6n,f�� a'dition    to this work.  r:1,0 was dismissed
Whiteside   appeared   for   the
J.  R. Grant  for the de-
ShirD Earthouake  BHpeV
,;   Aflelcts,   Nev.   Nov.     ft.���A   sharp
'" thquake   shock    was    experienced
here
ttl   ��� 30 o'clock  tills morning.  Its
lon   a as twelve seconds.      1 >Mie'-
���}'-'"  the  breaking  of  some  crockery
���' '��� dishes   no damage  vvas d me.
l,^_^_^_^_^_
Thee is also another society, now
vears old, wlio-e special business it
is to give instructions to and provide
recreation for hoys on Saturdays and
In tie evenings. ^^^^^^
2 . 1 00  children
van*.
Last year It
under  its r.no.
had
\d-
TOOTH INSURANCE
Evansville, Ind., Nov. 6.-A toot?i insurance ejm
pany has just been organized here b}  u.
Haas, a local dentist.   He propose, to ,e teeth ,
\    r $1.50 per tooth per year.and ^f X��to it '���
loses a tooth in any way ur
0NE TEND. ^m& S"v,ce
STtfSTan* commerce for the Pacific
'   ,      .er  ice  from  Vancouver  to  Aus-'
Sa  whE will expire on August 1
'"'Vl-e   tender   is   that   of   the   Union
.,    mship company of  Now  Zealand,
which has suhinittod a number of al-
Reciprocity Negotiations Begun.
Ottawa. Nov. B.���Hon. W. S. Kleld-
in. and Hon. W. Paterson today met
the t'nitel States tariff commissioners and proceeds 1 to discuss the procedure to be adopted during the
course of tlie reciprocity conference.
New York. Nov.' 6.���\ Carg"  if b"nf-
Inp    confetti   nnd   material   for    dee-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J oration is being carried to Panama on
The death occurred nf th<' IWal the Prlnz Joachim, of the 11 tmbtirc-
r u ml, fn 0 1 t; I last Dlght of John American line, sailing today from tl.fsr
Vln 1 r ��� tr-.l Park Hf W:IS POTt. The Isthmus will be in gala at-
���J oil n\eai ' , ��� sn is survived lire during the time President Taft is,
f        w'ife     , lalaAe fa.nll.-.    Th.eo  there.    The   Prlnz    Joachim     carr es
~ il �� ts o-,e dau��ht*r and a son the occasion. A sign ln tlie. Wel-
n(n ,< ho��ne Nft aWements come Taft." will be the chief W tlte
li^-^vet heln n ade for the (ufieral.       harbor decorations on Taft s arrival.
Balloon Service for Wales.
Liverpool, Nov. 6.���Kncouraged by
recent successes ln tlie operation of
dlrglble balloons, a project has been j
launched here for a passenger, mail
and express service between this city
and north Wales.
1,1 Tiie Union Steamship company will
Ke   the contract, but just  which of J^T^^'^. parliament of Aus
K various propose made w     be ac, Labo   ^^miLLetl    to    accept    the
cented cannot be decided  unti.  mere "" _ovemmenfs   invitation   to
hea?e been negotlathins with the gov- Btit.ah J-�� ^  .^ ���
loses a tooth in any way ut.  ���   ���      _ -        *    ��iJ*SS^A^SSuETiSrf*r tter^WM *��� tff��TT!L?,S uiXSTS^S ������
withanother.  He plans t-pe^--^       j ����SS��^:-^r^K^t^
ment In reference to the service.
I the Union and possibly in Canada and Mexico.
>**************.****-��~"���"~~l
SCHOOL INNOVATION
Minneapolis, Nov. 6.���Having found the use of
phonographs in the school rooms of the city seheote
a success, President El well, of the school board, is
arranging for the installation of moving picture machines in all school buildings having auditoriums.
Descriptive scenes of difierent countries, geographical subjects and industrial pictures will be shown to
����������>��.          _ __ the students at stated intervals.
will be of Immense advantage to the  J
entire labor movement. *******************^******^***********ajs*i*4t****t*,*.4
Laborites at the Coronation.
Melbourne, Nov. fi.���The ministerial ;i!i
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GE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7
Classified Advertisements REAL   ESTATE
CITY    VOTERS'   LIST.
Notice   is   hereby   given    that    thej
..,.���,-,-,-r -rur  nrnnirtToncTrn     1 xn   I Voters'   List   for   the   year    1910    has:
WANT ID. .THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.; been   completed   and   that   the   same
���������;-    i.ii .,    i> ;ESSMAK-  Head Office        -       451   Columbia St   may he seen at this otlice for  thirty
ER    liis   removed   from   328   Eighth New  Westminster.   B.  C. days  from  the date  hereof:   and   anv
'   '  , ',0  -[..   ���p,,.w   street    back  ot   Branch Office      -     -      Kamloops, B.C    person who shall claim to he added to
Opera House.   Open for a few more  .���������������-- the said Voters" List, or any elector
orders by the dav. $2.    Experienced Cil Y who  shall  destre to  have  any   name,
j   ,|)1H',  a* SNAP Lot facing Moody Square. Price 1 erased  therefrom,  must  prefer  his  or
' "'   ! ! , !    onlv  STODj   one-third cash:   balance her request in wrttijjg,"Signed with his
WANTED���By  RELIABLE AND   EN-     .; 1,', ft months. jl"'   her   name,  and   shall   deliver   or j
ergetic man engagement In any po-   1 .���-��� ������ .cause same to he delivered to the City
sitlon   of   trust   or   responsibility.I PORT MANN |Clerk  within tiie time herein beforej
sunlig'ht
Bookkeeping and
<dal qualiticati ins.
this offlce.
accounting,   spe   TEN   acres   In   section   27,   block 5 specified
Address  Box 0\    north, range - west, adjoining   the
-    townsite, Price $1000 per acre; one-1
quarter cat h.
soa
five
ce
Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and   follow  directions.
S   Sl
ar
WANTED���TO  IH" 1   FROM   OWNER
6 or 6 room house within 8 blocks
of Catholh  ch irch; 11 ite price. A
dress A, F. \V., 1. e Dai 5  ���*** '���'���*���
cres in se:tion 35, block S
north, range 2 vest. Price $650 per
acre; one-third t ash.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
City  Clerk's Offlce,  New  Westminster, lh C, October 15, 1910.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
WANTED- A   CHILDREN
Si  RSE   SIXTY acres on Townline road, close
for four months.    A; ply  Mrs.
Jom s.   18  Ri yal a < 0 te.
Dr. ti tow n- Ite. Pi I e $500 per a< re;
one-third cash, balance one two,
three an 1 four yeai s.
WANTED���BV  VOL"NO I
ation as 1 lerk lu stoie.
_... Daily  No���> s.
Add
. ru
Try The
WAN 1
once
so::.
_D���A VOl NG WOMAN AT
. ,.,,,1 wages to l ight ] er-
Apply Ri : al ( It)   d; e works,
L.   EIGHTY ncres on Yale ro.d in north-;
irti :    ot section    24, town-1
���      ship 2.    Price $200 per acre:  $5000
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with b lings, i the vie
Inity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to \ tncouver Brokerage
Land, 1 - Has lngs stieet east.
SURREY
TEN ncres of good land, all under
cult! ation . thi ee 1 ruics of a
mile from B. C. E. R, tram line.
Price $225 per acre; $500 cash, balance over six ye.irs. Don'l miss
tl is. Kef. 325-A.
VV A N r E D ��� 11 0 I" S E K E E PING
rooms  for  mai  led    con] le.    Apply
Bos A.A., tiiis office.
BURNABY
TWO lots. 50x132 feet each, close to
car line Price $400 each: one-
eighth cash, balance over eighteen
months.
WANTED���A  GIRL  FpR  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Ap-
olv   126  Third  avenue.
1 - THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD
T.  H. McCormick.
Manager  Rei!   Estate  Dept.
FOR   SALE.
FOU SALE���ON   KASY  TfeltUlS   SIX I
roomed house and two lots-    close !
to tram.   Immediate possession. Ap-,
ply Owner, Hox 279, t ity.
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES   IN   CITY
���  limit, till cleared. $700 ier acre for
this montli $1500 cash.     Murakami.
P. O.  Box 21 in, Vancouver.
KELLIVGTON BROS.
Fire,   Life.   Accident   and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia   Street.     Phone  680.
FOR SALE���CASH REGISTER, IS
inches wide, double key board, first
class condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Ueid. Columbia sireet, nexl to
tram office.
FOU SALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300.
balance $20 per month. I'.ox W. S.,
Daily News.
FOR  SALK  OU  RENT   BY  OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth
street.    Apply on premises for par-j
ticulars. or 512 Fourth street. New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
I
TO RENT���ONE FROM' BEDROOM,
also side bedi 10m, very reasonable;
large    double    brick    house    near;
libra:;.".   Agnes   stieet.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOl'SE. NK\Y-
Jy   furnished,   first-class   board:   'ail.
borne :-���    Terms very reason-1
able, at 513 Acnes street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM. COR-
"ner Agnes and Seventh stree-.-.
FURNISHED RED ROOMS TO RENT.
*Dolv  7T**.Tr*w �����.'!�����
ROOM TO RENT������_,comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
$3000
To
Loan
On
City
Property
KElXlNGTOrTBRO^
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED _          ,   ,
room  suitable  for  two.     Handy  to rlre-   Llfe'   Accident   and   Automobile
business section.    Apply  129 Tenth Insurance.
��� ��r��>��t Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
1    ��� Columbia  Street.    Phone 680.
TO  LKT���FURNISHED   ROOMS.  AP-,
p'.y    upstairs Trapp    block,    corner ^^^^"^*���^s
^/\tnrrVtp   ��r.-Aef   anrl   Pia'U-son
TO     RENT ���  FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. 70S Third avenue. Apply
after <* p. m. nr between 9 a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
��t *���**��-���*.
LOST.
LOST���BUNCH OF KEYS FINDER
lle-ise return to the Daily News
office.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
XuTI
NOTICE  TO  REAL  B8TATE
AGENTS���My property farina on
the Ya e a:.: Town Line roads, nineteen ': -i acres, I - I ee withdrawn  from tiie  mar- ��� ������
S   O   PAULSEN
j Re lot 16, block 2, of lot 201, group 1,
town of Port Moody, Murray's Addition, in the district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 4700A, Issued In
the 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 daily newspaper published ln the
city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C , Oct. 7. 1910.
W. P. WHITE
Architect  ard  Building  Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced C n
<re'e and  Modern  Bulldln--  1    osti
tion.   Telephone 806.
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Gardiner & Gardiner
fF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room ���**.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
BO CHONG
MERCHANT   TAILOR.
Who has heen in the Tailor Business
in Vancouver for a number of years,
lias opened up a similar business in
this city. 1 ...test fashions. Suits
made to order. Fit guaranteed. Plione
54. or call at Kwon_ On Wo Building.
**,C.~ Columbia, street.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS.
Ne.v Westminster Land District.
Take twtl e that James Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B, C, occupation build-
tends to apply for permission to
ise     tbe    following    described
lands:
Commencing a*, a post marked "J.
D.    Smith.      S.      W.      corner,"      at
the   northwest   corner    of    pre-emp-
'��� n.      No.      2951,      thence      north
il   ��� 1  chains  more  or  less, to  or
Saldnaw   Lake,  thence  cast  60
ina more or less, tnenfe south SO
cl alns more or less, thence west 40
'chains, more or less, thence north 40
lins, more or less, thence west 40
'   Ina more or less, to the place of
immencement.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
N'ew Westminster, October 20, 1910.
!  JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS, Agent.
NOTICE      REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   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 ear track while proceeding In
either direction.
By order,   .
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall. August 12. 1910.
Taste Test
AND [EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  AT 	
665���Columbia   Sired���-6
New Westminster, B. C.
aaWmKsnsBuam eft. ���: ������. ..^
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Try Mooney Biscuits with nny others. - Let the taste of each be
the judge and decide which you like the best. Mooney Biscuits have
the largest sale in Canada. Their incomparable flavor alone would
command it. Their appetizing crispness and inviting dcliciousness is
simply irresistible.
Here in our famous sunlit sanitary factory, with its hundreds of skilled
employes���its 640 windows���its 3 miles of flour space, we create this
perfect soda cracker.
Mooney's Perfection
Cream Sodas
In   six short years  Mooney Biscuits have jumped into popular
favor throughout the entire Dominion.    You will understand why when
you eat them for the first time.
You can get Mooney Biscuits   at your  grocer's,
in damp-proof wax paper lined packages.
Try some today���their taste will please you.
\     ������   ���     . ��� *
Manufactured
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. c,
Telephone   R   113. Office:   Princeu 8t
V*
fresh   and   flaky .'���"'*"���
^������'"'.. **-
y*V* ��. ..��*���'
The Mocney Biscuit & Candy Co., Ltd., Stratford, Canada
^a > "* :;
���a**      &<&*���&***
���*��.'
-/���y*t
OVAL  SALE
Chas. S. Richmond is compelled to move from his 5
old location and is offering 20 Per Cent. Discount 8
from the original low price.
___*___ CLOTHIHQ
FOR   MEN
Regular $25 Suit for $20
Regular $20 Suit for $16
Regular $15 Suit for $12
Regular $10 Suit for $8
Regular $7.50 Suit for $6
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to. open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such pei pie
the facilities of their
laage and strong bank-
ing organization.
Interest is  paid  on   Savings
Balances half-yearly.
"''"siness   Accounts    opened
tit. favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETSI$48,000.000
NEW   WESTMINSTE. ,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.   C.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Boys' Winter Wearing Apparel
$10.00 Suits, now $8 00
$8.00 Suit?, now $6.40
$7.50 Suits, now $6.40
$6.00 Suits, now $4.80
$5.00 Suits,   now $4.00
$2.50 Suits,  now $2.00
$2.00 Suits,  now $1.60
Underwear
Penmans No. 95 all wool underwear, regular $1.25, now, garment $1.00
Heavy weight St. George, English manufacture, reg. $2.00, now $1.60
Fleece lined , regular 65c, now 50c.      All 50c underwear, now, garment 40c
Trunks
A carload of trunks and travelling cases to choose from at prices ranging from
 $3.20 to $20.00.
Everything Goes 20 p.c. Discount.-Our Loss is Your Gain-Watch Our Windows
C. S. Richmond
675 Columbia St. Phone
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebec���Liverpool.
Laurentic    Oct. 29
(New. triple screw, 14.8?.' ton*.)
Canada   Nov. 5
Megantic   Nov. 12
Dominion       Nov. 19
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool.
(Christmas Sailiu. .  i
Laurentic       Dec. 3
Canada      Dec. 10
The Laurentic and Megantic are
new White Star steamers���th H.truest
and most modern from Canadian
ports.
For rates, herth reservations, etCi
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent C. N. *������
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A..
(il!> Second Avenue, Seattle   Wash.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
L.Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., BOS Victoria
Street.
Try a "WANT" ad ln  Tbe Ne��*
u vm injur mult* J daYj NOVEMBER 7, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PACE THR BE.
*Za of Montreal
P*Br..,.,IIIJSllKD1817.
h      ,.hes throughout
11       .(Hand.
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
ana
i.i
Canada
London,
and
Bng��
Nf*f'"""" Vo'r'k Chicago and Spokane,
land. NeU , mp.ico City. A general
0.8^'abuslness transacted, l.et-
banli"l!;. ",. l8Bued, available with
ters��ft ",,.:����� in    all    parts of    the
Port IVtatin
Ten acres In section 'Jl, range
2, at JlOOO; one-quarter cash.
Twenty acres in seclon -<>,
range :', at. (1000;    one-quarter
con1
.ot l<
Savin
received   -
a Interest a m���.
and '���'";���,,  e���t   wte)
���sa ^-is ��ver
,., Bank D3F8rtment-Deposits
^9     sums  of   Jl   and  upward,
owe', at 'A per cent, per
1186,000,000.00
cash.
For   subdivision,
moneymakers,
these   are
City Proper
clas i   lots   on Se ���
single or double,
This i.  a
Gf.xl32.
mi li
well
?ood
,EW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
Manager.
Westminster
First
avenue,
-ituated, 	
buy.
Good building lots on El ;h1 ;i
avenue, ne i Si i nd i treet, Enquire about this; thei e is money
to be made.
o&ises
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
of <)f
Arrival: Closing:
20:00- United states via C. l'.K-
I daily except Sunday). .23.00
8:30  -Vancouver via B  *.'��� E. R.
(dally except. Sunday).. 8;00
��� 13:00��� Vancouver via B. C. E, R.
(dailj  except  Sunday)..11:00
18:00   Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except  Sunday)..16:00
via   B.
exi epl
via    It.
.CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Service New
-Victoria
(daily
Ll: 00���Victoria
(daily
���Victoria
(dally
30
IMl
C.   E,   R
Sunday).
C.  B.   It.
except  Sunday).. 8:30
via  B.  C. E.  R.
Sunday)..13:00
CANADIAN.
PACIFIC
MIUHT
Train   ^^^^^^^
Westminster
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouvei
si/..
12:10���From     Montreal.    Kootenay
and Okanagan.    (No. :iT).
17 :05���Fi om   Vancouver.
and   Agaa
96).
I'i;
i No.
-From Seattle and Mission,
-Fiom  Montreal  and   Nicola
b'fflce
Co.
��� 1M       Barn Tboue 1J?
peons i**>.     o***"
Columbia Btreet.
tajrtge   delivered   promptly     *>
w,  part ot t3x�� city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
W&   0,MCE_TPAM   DEPOT
"To The
General Public"
TAKE   NOTICE.
Where can I get the best potatoes in
Only  one  answer  to  tnat
V.'e have a number ot choice
houses foi tale from $1500, for
$250 < I    ai By, to $12,-
ooo.
the city    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
QUrtatt Cook, 627 Front street, city, j
,50,   He has nothing   but   the
nice   and   mealy.     Try
O.  K., by Uie sack or i
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM. Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
30
: 30
:0C
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Co^st    Fire
surance Co.
In
The     Prudential
Co.
Investment
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
photic    ^^^
beal i"' ' '   ���
them.   Prices
ten.
Don't forge!
the address.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer
527 Front  St.,   New   Westm.nster.
Phone 550.   . "%
*~    I
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
HOSPITAL
Westminster P, U-ate Hospital.
t*>2 Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
incepted. Terms from
$15 weekly, For further particular- apply to Hospital. Tele-
phi ne IN
CORRECT
STYUSH
PRINTING
Estimates. Given  �� .  Any
ot   Job   printing
	
United Stales via G. N. li
all;   excej'  Sunday).. 8:30
L5:00   United States via tl. N. Et.
(dally e\, epl   Sunday |..16:00
9:25���All  points east, and   Eu-
i oj e (dally i     8:30
22:30   All   i ts  easl   and   Euro] e (adlly)    14:30
9:25   Sap) ei ton    and     Fraser
Mills       i daily      except
;  md .;. i       .'  8:30
20:00   Sap] ei lon    and     Fraser
mills       i daily      except
Sundaj I       M
9:25   Coquitlam   i dully    excej.:
ndaj i       II
I3:i 0   C< nti il ' P; rk    and   Ed-
i i   d       dally    except
Sunday)       11
14:00���Easl   Burnab>   and   Bur-
��� am   (dallye  except
Sunday)   11:00
Tlmberland,     Strawberry      ,
Hill   and   S mth  Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)         14:00
Ladner,     Port     Gulchon,
Westham  Island   13:30
-Annievllle,  Sunbury (daily
except  Sunday    13:30
10:00���Annalis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursdav and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
idally except Sunday)
Seattle,
(No. 97).
Kootenay and
^^^^i        Departures
S: 30���To    Vaneo'uvei
cola and Montreal.
11:00���To Vancouver
15:55���To Okanagan,
Montreal   (No   96).
17:50���To Agassiz and  Vancouver.
21   10���To  Vancouver,    i No. 1).
ED GOULET, Agent C.  P.  R.
H.  C.  B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.   P.  A.,  Van
couver.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast ^.Sailings
ld:tio-
10:00-
10:00-
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a. m    Dally
1:00 p.m   Uallv
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m    Daily
11:00 p.m  .... Daily except Saturday
11:30 p.m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2:00 p.m    Mondays
| 8't;0 a.m...Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
,11:00 p.m    Every Saturday
TO   PRINCE  RUPERT.
! 11:00 p.m.  Every Thursday and Sat.
TO  STEWART   (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves  New  Westmln-
ster 8 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and
IFridays;   leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
14:20! Tuesday.    Thursday    and    Saturdays |
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
11:30-
11:30-
NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
ENGLISH WATCHMAKtR
Gold Watcaes for Udfcl ��rom ��12V5
���p.
Silver Watches,
(6.00.
Sllwr Watches,
17.50 up. .
Agent    for    Waltbnm   and
(Patches,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
gents'    open face
gents'  op*n    ma9-
Klgtn
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V4 to 25 H. P.
2 and  4 Cycle.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Pfcone   53.
Tenth   St.,  New   Westminster.
District of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that 1. William Rohert |
Dick, of Vancouver. B, C. occupation .
real estate dealer, intend to apply for t
permission to purchase the following '
described lands:
Commencing   at     a     post     planted I
about twenty  chains north from    the1
southwest   confer of    Tfmher    Lease I
38769,  Texada  Island,    thence    wesl
eighty  chains, thence    south    eighty
chains,  thence    east    eighty    chains.
thenoe north eighty chains to point of
commencement,   containing   040   aci-es
more or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Vancouver. B, ('., September '", r "'
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
I Take Notice that 1. William Robert
I Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation.
! real estate dealer. Intend to apply for
permission to lease BOO acres ot land
hounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
Water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's inlet, thence north loo
��� cliains. thence west T>0 chains, thenoe
south 100 chains, thence east 50
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for which it is required, quarrying,
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 20th. 1310
Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except  Sunday)..15;00
���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday    and    Sat-
day    " iB:.. 0i
11:30���TffieWd   (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
8:30���Burnaby   Lake   (daily   excel t Sunday   16:00
20:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, efc.  (daily  except Sunday)   ....
I 5:45���Crescent. White Rock and
Blaine     (dully     o_<-c, t
Sunday)      	
.15:45���Hall's Prali le. Fern Ridge
and Hazlenien (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday )   	
23:00
For particulars, apply to
ed goulet;
Agent. New Westminster.
C.  B.  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A , Vancouver.
Nature's   stern   laws   will
bear no infraction
For every excess there is a
reaction.
THE most vital improvement in Fit-Reform Suits
this season is���the splendid shoulder effects.
VY/E have created the most becoming models that
have ever been shown���natural, well rounded
shoulders ��� neither   exaggerated   in  breadth  nor
skimped in faddish fashion.
PIT-REFORM caters to real men who demand
x
00
G
8:00
Railway Time Tables
a
C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Curs leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:5U, G:50. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  ii:3"  p.m.
Cars leave New  Westminster for Van
couver at ���'.���.50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 au'j
S:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until   11:00 9.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ror New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., andj burns
half    hour   thereafter    until j q!1 ai'lmcnts~arc du..
clogged  condition  of
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New Sternwheeter
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Bmckman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
Passengers and freight  as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. '"���
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, t"
daj and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITV NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster
New Westminster Land District.   District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson    island,    occupation
j farmer,  intends  to  apply  for  pern.is-
| sion  to  purchase the    following    described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one tulle northeast from the
head of Billings bay, and about 40
chain5 easterly from the ttmthenst
corne- of timber lot number "7:'.4i
thence north 40 chains, thence
chains,  thence    soutl
every 	
Care leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 2:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until lt p.m.
Eburne Line. i
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7!
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at   .   a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave  Westminster i
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m. I
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,
Westminster.
^^^1 MViSYCU.
TvO'.V YOUNG instead cf old is not |
a theory with mej it is a. iaet
that 1 Iwye proven in my own
case, as can  be attested by the
t'.iourands  of  peop.c  who  know  me,    1
a:a    practically    twenty    years younger
today than 1 was a jiar a^o.    T mean
by litis that I look younger, feel younger,
and  am  enabled to  do  more  work and
better work than ever before. Every day
1  r.m  a.skcd  by my
friends   what   remedies 1 take to renew
my youth.    So genual has this inquiry
become that 1 here
offer the formula to
the public.
i'irst,   1   have   divested myself of all
selfish ambitions.   I
have driven from my
heart all enmity, all
selfishnrss, all haired, all envies, and in
their   place,   I   have   housed   sympathy,
charity, hope, forjiveness.
Second, 1 hav.- ceased to put into myi
stomach   food   that   irritates   and 'taxes
my energies or drink  that  excites  and
up iny vitality.
Third,  I have discovered that  nearly
to an  irritated  or
 ^  tho bowels;    that
the     bowels    are  simply   incubators  of
microbes; that the bowels, being a sewer
j pipe  for the human   system,   should  be
I kept clean,  clear and  ranitary:  that it
good taste as well as good style.
WE  show   above   the   Fit-
Reform Double Breasted
Sack  Suit ��� made  chiefly  in
Scotch  Tweeds ��� ranging in
price from
$18. to $25. 120
TIT-
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
New
10
rilns to
thence  west   40 cbnl
,., encement, containing
mote or less.
m        rOHN   FERDINAND
Dated August 20. 1910.
east
10 chains.
point of
1 f",11   acres
BAGGS,
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
IP
Great  Northern  Railway.
leaves     New     Westminster
a m. arrives Seattle 3^06 p.m.
leaves     New     Wcs-tmlnstet
a.m.:   arrives   Seattle  3:16  p.m
leaves     New     Westmlnstei
;    arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
1 '���   ,,.(VI,S   New    Westminster
���', . arrives Seattle 7-.3B a.m
Leaves Seattle 8:0fi a.m.
Vpw Westminster 2:61 p.m.
' j eaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.
S.w Westminster fl:2G P-m.
1 eaves Seattle 4:315 p. m.
New West mins-er 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:4B p.m
N-ew Westminster 8:30 s. m.
I
. I
8:1?
10:30'
4:30
12:27
arrives
arrives
arrives
arrives
ept clean,  ciear anu
is inconsistent with science and the nr
telhgenee of the Twentieth Century for
one to carry around  for eeveral  hours,
or cvea days, quantities     of     decomposed matter, which
is giving oif poisonous  ��asol nnd   irritating all the nerves
and delicates tissues
of the    whole    system.    I    discovered
that after the sttr.a-
a'.h   aad   Intestines
had     extracted     all
the       nourishment
from the food thev had received, this
waste matter should be gotten rid of at
the earliest possible moment; like ashes
or clinkers in a furnace, they sliould be
removed. Some of the most learned
Scientists a;tree with me that nearly all
ailment' nre trace;. >V tu the 1�� wels.
. Metchnikoft, in a forcible article, states
that old a j��������� is but another name for
self-poisoning from absorption of foecal
product from the colon.
Burgjraeve,  the   noted   founder of  the
Active Principlo Method, is strongly of
the  opinion that life can bo pro.onged
by  keeping  the   alimentary   canal
an .   sanitary.
Working on
E. N. Sutherland H. V. Ardagh
Sutherland & Ardagh
Real Estate, lnsurar.ee and Financial Agts.
Stocks  bought an:l  sold on the Vancouver nnd Eastern Exchanges.
Port Mann Specialists
Rooms   10  and   11,  Guichon   Blok, New Westminster.
Over Annandale's  Store.
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
clean
I NEW GOODS THIS WEEK.-    |
���   Over One Quarter Ton of Leu ney''s Chocolates,
this thought, T have bad
-luce Munyon's l'aw Paw
Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet LoOfl S
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VUTOUIA and   SEATTLE, 2:00 ,.   m. *.turd.y��.
PRK.CB RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Momtays. )S__S   g   Pllnce
STEWART and  QUEEN CHARLOTTE ^ Prmce Rupert for
leaves  Prince   Rupert on arrival  Ota. mtet\-y    slam
and for Queer Chariot*.City. A������*^ Kincolith and
Ports at 10:00 p. in. Thursdays; and toi
Masset at L0:00 p. m, Mondays.days. ^^ between
Solid vestibule trains of coaches and slee. B^ Yo... Tor-
Chicago. Detroit, London, Hamilton. NI��B��r��| douDle track railway
onto,  Montreal,  Portland.  Boston, etc. Montinent.
"nder  one  mananement  on  the American ^   DRUCE,
Commercial Agent.
Telephone  3060.
q   N    r.���Port Guichon.
1 eaves New Westminster daily, ex-
cem Sunday from bridge P">enge
Station WO P-m.! arrives at Pot.
Guichon 6:30 p.m.
leaves Port. Gulchon 8.00 a.m
,,, jy except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
350
Albert
Stewarb.
H
one  management  on
G. SMITH, ���	
City Passenger nnd Tlohet Agettt. ouver.
Telephone 7100.    527 Granville Street,
G    N    r.���Sumas   Branch.
Leave.   Sumas. 6:00   a.m:   arrives
hrffipassenger BtaUon   New West-
minster,   10:20   a.m.   daily
8ttUaves New Westminster
mssenger station 3:50_p. ni.;
K. 8:00 P-m- <ially except Sunday.
��xecept
bridge
arrives
rny chemist produce Munyon's l'aw ru>.     *
Laxative l'i'..s, which net only act as a    ���
^^^ digestive   tind   liver     ���
pnnucea, but have *
the action of flushing the bowels,
not as a purgative,
but as an antiseptic
chan.-cr. I claim
that it is impossible for a person to
^ have      indigestion,
dyspepsia,    to    be
bilious or have  any liver  ailment,  who
will    take    a    Paw    Paw    Pill    overs
night.    They enable the stomach to get
all thc nutriment from the food that is
put into it, thus keeping the nerves and
tissues of the  body  fed with the "vital
elements essential to life.    1 do not believe there is a better blood purifier than
Munyon's  Paw  Paw  Tills.    They   soon
clear the complexion of sallowness. .pimples  and  skin   eruptions,  nnd  give  the
cheeks  a youthful  glow;   in  fact,  tliey
brighten  the   eye   and  give  a  vigorous
force to the whole body.   .
In order thnt every one may use these
* {jver une K^uuiitji  s^..a,. ��� ^
t  Manicure Goods, Bird Seed, Hair Brmhu* Ccrrbs |
I Ryall's Drug Store
* */ EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
* PHONE 57. 	
* ^	
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plfls. Thavenut them,,up,in two mes,
a trial vial of
No bittemeu in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It �� m**-*
in laltness���but delicate, giving juit
tb. right savour.   Use no other.
ten   rills for   10 cents,
fifty  to the  bottle  for  25
tfl
and  about^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
blood or liver ai ment, espec ally those
who are troubled with constipation, to
ei e these Shii trial.   They contain no
healing and stimulating, and school the
bowels to act without Phy6,��UNYOljL
'���VijH_.., '.���>$>V_r   *����"*^'. ����KfflWtftoi.��!-iVJiAKiS*,
��^
U   TSic coly baking powder
made from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar
TSssi, .
Salc^usrfiG ac iocd fresi alum
���ii-rJaVam,
ayr~a**wm,!ga_i tmt(S~TSV'' uS*K*am *****.
,mmt*.mHmje--i&*m, dlLa*.--*" ttrnVLWa *��������� Bfci
W ���<
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER
The Daily News
���Published by The Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their otliccs
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A.
Pa
ig
Director
s&m^
4
<_UN 1CitUMf 1 k* BlJ->
MONDAY, N0VEM3ER 7,
1910.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
BANKING   SYSTEM.
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
************************************************mmm*��t**��mmm***B���mmm
In his criticism cf the Canadian
banking system, Prof. Joseph Johnson (iiis not confine himself to an
examination cf our banking laws. l"n-
liho many other write s on this subject, he takes cognizance of banking
practice, without some knowledge of
which is Impossible for a man to do
Justice to our banking system, If n
stud< it knew i; i more aboul a country's government than what he could]
extract from its constitution, be
Mould be a verj poor authority to con-.
suli in reference to questions of its
working;
There are things in Canadian banking  practice of  which  no intimation
is given in the Bank Act, and which
hardly seem derivable lion ths  Hank
Act     For   the   most   part   these   features   are   additional   securities    and
safeguards.    On one of these Professor Johnson speaks approvingly. This
is the unwritten rule that a borrower'
shall do all his business through one
bank.    That  rule ts a  very great element of strength, and its observance
bas  kept   business  conditions  in  this
country   in  a  healthy   state  at  times
when  business  conditions  across  the
line were  honeycombed with the results  of  over-extended  credit.    When
a Canadian business  man has reached the limit of what at the moment
liis  bank  deems  his  fair    margin  of
credit, he may be tempted to try to
ojcn   an   account   in    another    bank.
13ut when he presents himself at this
second   bank   he   is   asked   where   he
had     1 een   formerly   keeping   his   account and why he wishes to take any
oi" Lis  husiness elsewhere.    He must
.��i\e  satisfactory  answers    to    these
���questions before he can get the con-
iidence of the second bank.   The possibility  of carrying on large accounts
in   two   or  three  Canadian  hanks  at
the same time is an extremely small
one.   Each bank-is so attentive to its
own security that it takes every precaution to be assured that the founda-.
tions of its customers' credit are kept
solid and not reduced to a thin crust
by extending out to accounts in other
banks.    In  other  words, every    bank
makes a  point of keeping the affairs
of  it=   borrowing  customers  in  hand.
Tbis  makes  for business    soundness.
The   practice   is   different  across  the
line.    If  a  man is  ciever enough  he
can  1*  the debtor of    a    number of
banks, none of which ls In a position
to  know   his  real  financial  condition.
lie  may   tie  in   ventures  unsuspected
by the bank to wliich he is most indebted      Thus credit  is  often   undermined   and   preparations   for  a   great
3ma.=h are made.
Speaking on this point the Wall
Slrt-e: Journal pays a compliment to
lhe Canadian hanks.    It says: ���
"lt would hardl; be possible in this
country to adopt the 'one-hank' policy,
ezce] I in a few large cities, because
tit tl.e diminutive character of many
*~A ocr banks. What makes it possible in Cam.'a Is the branch system
which enables twenty-nine strong In-
Stttutions to gather up and* distribute
the rivulets of credit flowing from the
most remote parts cf the country."
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Do You Want a Home ?
Bfy*yi
sms'im^i^i^'iimE&'ssa
i\i
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ I' /'*/
portions to cleanse _s^M[///z
easily, vigorous^,
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Or a Gilt Edge, Thoroughly Secured
Investment Backed by One of the
Strongest Financial Institutions in
Vancouver ? ./
THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls whal ex-
parts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and I,
building ever devised.    It has as its directors men known throughout the province as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes ai d
untarnished reputations back of them.
I
I
nr____B_r:   ^^^^^^^ .
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, tbe oval cake.
We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home without paying
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN  SIMMONS,  Secretary. THOMAS  TAYLOR,  Manager.
KELLINGTON   BROTHERS,  General Agents,  New Westminster.
The Stock books are now open at the office of Kellington Bros, for the sale
of 30,000 shares, which have been allotted to New Westminster.
Ihe Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.    Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,  New Westminster.
Telephone No. 680
HAZEL   BRONSON,
Corredienne at the Opera House tomorrow    evening     with
Clif tr*4.
Billy    "Single"
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT  RANGE   2.
Take notice that I, Wi!Ham Rohert
Dick, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease .00 acres of land
hounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted at the east side of the
extreme head of tlie north arm of
Dralney's inlet, thence east 40 cliains,
thence south 50 chains, tlience wesl
4o chains, thence north Ho chains to
post of commencement. Purp��*s for
which It is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK'.
NOTICE.
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WATCH    REPAIRS
Probably that watch of yours Is not giving you proper Satisfaction.
Vou have had It In the repair shop, but, while it is running, will not
run accurately. The reason for dissatisfaction is that the ninn "I"1
did the repairs is either incapable or doing good work or is nol conscientious In his work, or. in all probability, he is gifted with both of
the faults mentioned.
We have heen fortunate in securing the services of a first c'.'ss
watch nan who has taken charge of our watch repair work. A man
who will tell you the truth In regard to the condition of your watch.
and wlll repair it properly, and, as a consequence, it will Dot oni.
run, hut keep accurate time.
Agents for Howard, Ball and  Longine Watches.
COAST  LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.   of   Dralney's  Inlet, thence  north    100
  chains, thence west 60 chains, thence
T.'.u-Xmice that 1   William Robert'        h   , ,, th t    Bf,
Dick, of \ ancouver. 13. C, occupation,    .
real estate dealer, intend to apply for chains to post of commencement. Pur-
1 emission to lease BOO acres of land i pose for which it ls required, quarry-
bounded as follows:    Commencing at | Ing.
a  post  planted  200  yards above tide | WILLIAM ROHKRT DICK,
f.-nter on the river entering thc head I    Dated September .Oth. 1!U0
Notice Is hereby given that The
Fraser River Tannery, Limited, a body
corporate. Incorporated under the
"Hritish Columbia Companies Act,
1SII7, and Amending Acts," carrying
on business in the District of New
Westminster and Province of British
Columbia, having applied to His Kx-
cellency, the Governor General in
Council for the approval of a certain
site for tlie construction of wharves
on the southerly shore of tlie
Kraser river, situate on the
foreshore    of    blocks    "A," "B."    and
:* <~tiamberlin's JE_^t
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|
������������$
"C." being portions of lots seven i"i
and elghl 18), group two 12) In the
district of New Westminster and province of British Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
of said wharves which they propose
to construct, together with a description of the full site thereof described
by notes and hounds, and have also
deposited a duplicate of each in the
office   of   the   registrar   of  deeds   for
the District of New Westminster, In
which district the said works arc proposed to lie constructed, in accoi iance
with the requirements of section < :l1
the "Navigable Waters Protection
Act," chapter 11. of the Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1806.
WHITESIDE ti EDMONDS,
Solicitors  for  Kraser  River Tannery,
Limited.
Dated at the City nf New Westmln-
Rter this 87th day of October.  11>1��
Klne apartment house site c'.o^e ������i
business district. $2,600; $900 cash,
balance  over  2  years.
We have some of the choicest lota
in the Wesl Knd Industrial district
These will advance rapidly in value
fiom now on.   Easy terms arranged,
If yo i think of building a house or
a business block consult our extensive list of unimproved property in
the city and district.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET       NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TO 'LEASE���Fruit and Confectionery Store, bake oven on premises,
good location, on Columhla street,
good orenln.   for man of small means.
We  have some choice    residential
sites In the new cement walk districi
at very reasonable prices and terms.
Modern S room house close in. on
large lot with best heating and
plumbing;  $4,<>00.    Good terms.
.���*���'
\ '��� . ONDA
y, NOVEMBER 7, 1910.
THE DAILY NlWS.
PAGE F1VS.
SPORTS^
tguiUT FREEZE OLT
UCBISSE IN CAPITAL CITY
Ip rer
cters ct
Victoria
Professional Team in
Contend
Invasion.
Will  Have  to
Ag Inst
....   nov. ii.���The admisslbn
y
l8    t0 the Northwest league
away   with  any  pos-
island  town  being  rep-
LARGEST FARMER,'.
THE WORLD IS W��,
Started In A Small Way Butl
Strict Application To Work'
Brought Rich Reward
-d
The Old Folks
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l^l B.C. .Mills
��� �����-".  ��u��.     mc turrecuve  mey  need  Is I     fi *        I ��#>"*__?���
NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives    limher ���<I 7.'admS
find advancing years bring an increasing tendenc>'
lo constipation.    The corrective  they  need  Is
Co,
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smuu 'own being
i ifessional lacrosse next
experimented    with
a few years ago, but
G    David   Ran-
largesl  farm In
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, ball-tossers have gol
f |a fans will give them
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Tarkio', Mo., Nov.
kin, operator of the
""' w"ll<l- Is dead al his home here
Mr, Rankin was promlnenl In North
Missouri affairs, and was well-known
for his generoslt'j to educational and
philanthropic Institutions,
He began his career In 184(5 with
half a yoke of oxen���one bull. On
the 25.G40 broad acres be leaves 250
men  are employed.    He planted  19,-
   cares   to  coin   a  year,   yielding
il1"""   1.000,000   bushels,    One    thou-
Entirel; different from common laxatives.  Pleasant to take, mild and painless.
A tablet ur less) at bed-time regulates the bowels perfectly.    Increasing
" never   needed    Compounded, like all the  125 NA-DRU-CO pre-
by exj.3rt chemists.    Money back if not satisfactory.
25c. ��. w'ox.    If your druggist has not yet stocked them.
send 25c. and we will mail them.
NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY
OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.   22
doses
paration
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Manufacturers and Dealers ln All    K,nd8 of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   |U'TERI0R   FINISH,
TURNED WORK,  FISH  BOXES-    LARGE    STOCK       "'*'���
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Ek
CHAMPIONSHIP
ROLLER SKATING RACE
Monday Evening,   Nov.   7th
at the  Pythian   Roller   Rink
, losse  was  the  big at-
i ital city and base-
, ,|  out.     However.  Vlc-
rtthoul both lacrosse
past  two years, Bana^horses nnd mules are required ti
\,, ���    |a fans
, ori     The  Inclusion ot
I. . league makes it  moro
i |   ,i  anything   will   add
,   organization.
,   lacrosse league will
., ,   ., dlfflcull to determine
the  lacrosse   mag-
. .      , ,   ., ,-ei  known to do very
I until   the   season    ls
I; .   m the ease ol base-
I Ol  that sport  are look-
I to the next season before
1 clases  and  when
do the work of this vast farm, and
Mr, Rankin bought 25o carload: , |
feeding cattle al a time. In one field
1"' had G000 acres of corn, ihe I n ��������� |
corn held in Hi,, world. He a ���
$200,000 io Tarkio college and regarded i' as one of the besl Investments
hl' ever made, in Bpeaklng of this
\i>- was wont io dwell on the Importance "I' an education, B&ylng he ne, ,1-
ed mik. iin.n he had himself, and
wished  lo  make it   eas.,'  for  hoy;,   and
B'rls or ihe present  ii  to acq ii i
learning. This millionaire farmer
raised  more corn each  year than  the
���'.; eg up they are in good   '"��� '
. rything swings along in
1 1-   should   he   the   same   in ]
It's md.   The lacrosse of-
the  coming  of  Bprlng]     ���      Farmer   From   Boyhood.
Rankin   was    born  on  a  Sulli
t.: ���
..    ���-"���
; '   :";
e they do anj  husiness and then ,
,'. ,     work   more   for   their '   :;
tn i hey do for the asso-
I'nitv  in  ttic  ranks
lngton, Arizona, idaln
Rhode Island. Wyoming
combined,
Farmer   From
Mi
Montano,
and   .Vevada
v
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I., .      for any   organization,
|j:. rosse   men    have    alwaj.s
|l,',.     ��� ,  ed with too many axes to
L. . .   m ich  attention  to the
( [the  association.      It    was
1 ive Victoria  in  line   next
/., lals Of the  B.  C,  L,  A.
I; e bi  icl  that  pro. lacrosse
Y a the capital city, hm the
....    ��� . a  governing  body  of
|. .       t in  the  west,  did  nol  take
. ti ;, in the matter and awaited
They   came   when   Vic-
��� dmltted   to    professional
I, nd it is not likely that the
|l. nn a   will   attempt   to   put.  a
j ������ -ain in tlie field in  view
,- opposition   they   would
tire baseball folks.
be ., two-team affair in la>
.  ���   ea ion.   Maybe three, but
���ain   along   these  lines.
���   el  of  the   lea. ue   is  not
- will   it   he   finally   sen ed
��� i   annual m< eting ot the
��� kprll    a second Vancou-
ol going Into the league
���   -��� m.     has   heen   ac-om-
��� latter of lininn up tal-
[,   ,,-s   i-   BCOUring   the  east
��� ',, ne ii.en tor his team
���   lands them his   Vancouver
li mg in evi rj  depart-
d  ii   win   take   a   mighty
��� - co] e  wiih  them. Tlie
behind    the    other    team
this   in   mind    and    get
Iness early.    Vancouver
- wanl  to see another team
' -   :in this city, hut they want
strong organization. A
ip in Vancouver and it be-
e Interested  in  the other
I  together  the  strongest
Roller Race Tonight.
��� ��� roller skating event of
scheduled for the Pythian
Aheu .lack  Beatty, of Na-jchovel   ploy
thi
Til,
nai mo
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'���������  ; i ,lnee
"���        N'analmo  a   week  ago, hut
;       ' en  le lias  got  down to hard
i' md Is confident  of  victory.
.'    e thl   event Harry Tidy wlll rare
ot   Nanaimo.       Both     the
ave arrived ln the city and
gel   used  to  the  rink  this
���moon     If   lieatty   wins   today   he
v ' '"' ;' ���   undisputed champion ot
county (Indianai farm in 1825,
Through Jarmlng since he was big
enough, flrsl for his father and later
for himself, he became familiar with
the great changes that came in the
agricultural methods and the manner
of rural life In three-quarters of a
century. His flrst home was a log
cabin sixteen feet square. ln that
home the looking was done in an
open fireplace, most of the simple
hue being cooked in a kettle. ;:et cn
logs, which ha I to be watched lest it
tip over. The bread was cooked in
a Dutch oven, With coals over it and
coals under it. When young David
was nine years old the family moved
from Indiana to Illinois, locating In
Warren   county.
The only schools they had in those
days   were   Utile   subscription   schools
held In log houses, with windows ot
greased paper. The principal studies
were reading, writing and arithmetic,
and the embryo millionaire had little
opportunity to acquire these,
At the ai'e of eleven he quit school
and went to work. The boy was
needed lo help support the family.
Money was so scarce that the common people could afford shoes only in
cold weather Mr. Rankin recalls that
lie went barefooted every .summer until he was twenty-eight years old.
Bul it was the simple life, and, if it
had many disadvantages. Mr. Rankin
believed it gave people stronger constitutions than the strenuous life of
today.
Difficulties   of   Old-Time   Farming,
l'rosi erous  young  farmers of today
whose greatest worry is thai the hank
; may fail  will note hy the prices prevalent   in   Mr.   Rankin's  boyhood  that
I there   were   other   causes    of   worry
jthen.    In  1840,  to pay  a  stove debt
I for his father, he hauled dressed hogs
to the town of Oquawka. III., on the
Mississippi river, and  sold the   meat
for $1 to $1.26 a hundred.    Live hogs
are now worth $S a hundred pounds.
And   it   was  harder  to raise  hogs  in
those days.    The corn they were fattened on was cultivated with a single
JOHN BEATTY, Champion
of Vancouver Island, and
CLARENCE HUFF, Cham-
pion of the Mainland.
Admission        -        10c
rellmlnary mile race, Harry
J. Scales, of Nanaimo.
Ti:
til he found a friend to go his seem-!
Hy.
In 1M7 Mr. Rankin dtove a bunch ,
of cattle to Chicago, driving them |
across the prairie so they could feed
as they travelled. There were no regular packing houses in those days,
except in the winter. They were all
closed in the summer, as there was
no such thing as cold storage and refrigerating  plants.
Bought  Reaper in  1843.
In 1848 Mr, Rankin, ever on the
alert for improved machinery, bought
one of the earliest types of reapers.
li wasn't to be compared with the
modern self-binder, but it was a great
Improvement over tlie cnfdle. lt cost
,1L'5 anl cut a live-foot swath. Three
men were required to operate it.
Mr. Rankin was married in 1850,
and he paid his last $4 to the preacher. But he had eighty acres of land
at that time and a few head of cattle. They had to trade for everything to eat  and  wear.
It was in 1S05 that Mr. Rankin
first began to make big money. He
bought cattle in Chicago at $1.26 a
hundred, took them to Paxtou, fed
them corn, fattened them, and soul
them in New York at $6.50 per hundred. Then he embarked In the
broom 'corn business, having purchased a large area of laud, and lie
cleaned up $200,000 in this venture
wbicli people said would break him.
Contractors and
House Builders
We have a shipment of
Ontario Fresh Eggs,
guaranteed to boil as
well as local Fresh
Eggs.
40c per dozen
Case Eggs, 3 doz. ror $1
We nave a full   line   of   the
Builders  Hardware in this City
Before Building See Us, as we
Also Complete   Stock
Best
we   can   save   you
money.
believe
ot  PAINTS  ana OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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Weekday Schedule f
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at
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6:50,  7:20,
6:50,  7:20,  8:00
at  8
and
:50,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:5j0
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m. '
Return Fare:   Adults,  60c;  children under 12,  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave  Westminster   for  Vancouver
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver tor Westminster at  8  a.  m.,  9  a.  m
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Fi eight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits  Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
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Phones 193 and*443
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FOR  QUICK  SALE
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting
on Fraser River. A very choice tract at a genuine
snap.    Price and terms given on application to the
Movius Land and Loan Co.    ;
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BILLY CLIFFORD.
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and  the    ground plowed
i  nm  a mile race  a. alnst  with a wooden moldhoard plow. This
' Huff for the championship of, wooden moldhoard had to he cleaned
Huff   was    beateu  by  with   a   paddle   about   every    twenty
rods, and an acre a day was good woik
for a man and a yoke, of oxen.   Good
plowing  Is one  of the essentials   of
farming, and the plowing with tlie old-
fashioned wooden plow was not thorough;  the wonder Is that they raised
as 'much as they did.   There was also
a   good   deal   of   hooing   of    crops    in
those  days,  and  one  of the   old-fash-
oned  hoes  weighed as  much as four
or live of the modern steel hoes.
Those were days of hardship entirely unknown to the farmer of today���the lamer witli a bathtub in
his house and an automobile In his
electric lighted garage. To get their
Hour, the Rankin family sent their
wheat to a mill operated by horses
hitched to a sweep, and each patron
had to furnish the power to grind his
grist. At one time young Rankin
made seven trips to the mill, a week
apart, before his grist could he attended to, going fourteen miles each
trip with a yoke <d' oxen. In the
meantime the family lived on pota.
toes   and   bread   made    from
Will Just Filed
That will of Mr. Rankin was filed
in a court here Tuesday. Several
months ago Mr. Rankin incorporated
almost all of his holding under the
name of Rankin Farms.    The shares
of this incorporation were divided at | House will be seen on r.iesday
this time among ids four heirs, W,
F. Rankin, Miss Esther Rankin and
John Rankin, of this city, and Mrs.
J. F. Hanna, of Diverse, Cal. These
shares were taken at the time and
the wdll merely confirmed the transfer.    Tliey shared ahout equally. Tar-
Clever  Musical  Attraction Coming to
Opera  House Tomorrow.
One of    the    brightest    attractions
| hooked for   the   Westminster   Opera
, Nov.
S. This is the new farce with music
and choruses, entitled "The Girl, the
Man and the Game,"ln which Billy
iSingle) Clifford is starring. The
piece is brand new, and is down to the
very minute in style. The plot is
kio claims a profit of $100,000 by the'complicated, and full of funny sltua-
terms of the late millionaire's ben?- tions. In fact the piece might be said
factors to the local school up to $335,-j to be in two long laughs, as each
000. I act  is a continuous laugh.    A dozen
pretty songs of the whistable variety
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
" " are also features of the entertainment,
LAND    DIS- lind the chorus is one of the spright-
lliest  and best-dressed of any on the
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer wlll leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE/.Manager
District of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that I. William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
ahout twenty chains north from the
southwest corner of Timber Lease
l!S7il!i, Texada Island, thence west,
eighty chains, thence south eighty
chains, thence east eighty chains,
wheat,  tiien(.e north eighty chains to point of
ground in n coffee mil
ed out  In a mortar.
Couldn't   Escape
In 1846 Mr. Rankin
or
corn pound-
stage this season.
Mr. Clifford, the young star. Is well-1
known from coast to coast.     He has \
gained an enviable place on the vaudeville  stage,  and  last  season  he  womj
a big personal triumph when he went
starring in the musical comedy, "The i
I Girl at  the  Helm."      This season a I
new   play   was  written   for  him,  and
the chief role was written to fit him \
| perfectly.    In it  he is seen as a ro> j
| licking   young   fellow,   care-free,   and j
I full of life and spirits.    He gets into j
all  sorts of odd and  funny   predlca-1
the   Plow,
ittained his
na-
joritv. and he had to decide what he
should do���and then do It���and right
,i ���   i.m  ���..,mo  lmur  making a  vital
and
come
him.
have
commencement, containing  (U0  acres; ments, but manages to extricate liim-
more or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
Vancouver, B. C, September 8, 1010.
LAND ACT.
Dis
*��th,
BILLY   CLIFFORD,
uPera House on Tuesday, November 8.
there he came near making a
mistake ills boyhood and youth had
been veurs of hard labor and deprivation and lie had often sighed to get
ild of It all. In bis eyes a clerkship
in a country store meant a life of ease
affluence,  so  be  decided  to b*
i clerk    But nobody would hire
The storekeepers didn't seem to | scribed lands
much   faith   In    his   ability
,..���c���,n <>nt suear and coffee and mo- about
KTsoi!  WM back  to the farm .hea* of  BHHngs  bay,  and  about
for young Rankin, and It L^^ ^^ pf t|mher ,o,    numh|n.    :!7;m
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
Take notice   that John    Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson   Island,   occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the    following   de-
Commencing    at    a    post    planted
one   mile northeast   from the
40
chalk" easterly from    the    suutbenst
self from them, all much to tlie
amusement of those who look on. The
piece is bright, refreshing and full rf
life and ginger, and the company supporting the star is exceptionally well-
balanced. Much care was taken In
the selection of tbe chorus, with the
result that a score of beautiful young
women are seen In songs and dances.
The piece has been received with enthusiasm wherever It has been offered.
NOTICE     REGULATING    VEHICLE
TRAFFIC  ON  COLUMBIA  STREET.
to  say  he  never
him.    Mr.  Rankin,
reer with one bull as .
om plete the yoke
All persons  using  Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are re-
40 chains, thence east]quested to keep to the left hand side
,o!:innin_ his ca-|40 chains, thence   south    40 chains, | of the car track while proceeding ln
assets, purchas- thence  west  40  chains  to -point    of either direction.
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By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
OH Hall* Auguat 13* 1910.
NOW
Is the time to take out an accident or Illness policy with the Railway
Passengers' Assurance Company of London. Tho rates are very
reasonable. .-..    i
jSee me today about a policy in this reliable company.
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-  THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER
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extract from iis constitution, he
would be a very poor authority to consult in reference to questions of its
working.
Tbere are things in Canadian banking   practice  of   which   no  intimation
is given In the Bank Act, and which
hardly stem derivable from ths Bank
Act     For   the   most   part   these   features   are   additional   securities     and
safeguards.    On one of these Professor Johnson speaks approvingly. Tins
is the unwritten rule that a borrower
shall do all his business through one
bank.    That rule i.s a very great element  of  strength,  and  its observance
lias  kept   business  conditions  In  this
country   in  a  healthy  state  at  times
when   business  conditions  across  the
line  were  honeycombed  with the  results  of over-extended  credit.    When
a Canadian business  man bas reach"
ed the limit of what at the moment
liis  bank  deems   his  fair    margin  of
credit, be may be tempted to try to
.open   :,n  account  in    another    bank.
Hut when be presents himself at this
second   hank   he   is   asked   where   he
had    l een   formerly keeping hls  account and why he wishes to take any
Of !.is  business elsewhere.    He must
.give  satisfactory  answers    to    these
���questions before be can get the confidence of the second banlc.   The possibility  of (anying on large accounts
in   two   or  three   Canadian   banks  at
the same time is an extremely small
one.    Bach bank i.s so attentive to its
own security that it takes every precaution to be assured that the founda-.
lions of its customers' credit are kept
solid and not reduced to a thin crust
by extending out to accounts in other
banks.    In  oilier  words, every    bank
mak���:s a point of keeping tlie affairs
���of its  borrowing  customers  in  hand.
'This  makes for  business    soundness.
The   practice  Is   different  across  the
line.    If a  man is clever enough  lie
can  be the debtor of    a    number of
banks, none of which Is In a position
to know his real  financial condition.
lie  may  be  in   ventures  unsuspected
by (lie  bank to  which  lie is  most  indebted.    Thus  credit  is  often  undermined  and  preparations  for a great
smash are made.
Speaking on this point the Wall
Stre.'ct Journal pays a compliment to
the Canadian  hanks.    It   says: ���
"It would hardly bo possible in this
country to adopt the 'one-hank' policy,
exce] t. in a few large cities, because
of the diminutive character of many
i>f uui hanks. What makes it possible in Cana'a ls the branch system,
wh'x li enables twenty-nine strong institutions to gather up and* distribute
t.hc rivulets of credit flowing from the
most, remote parts cf the country."
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building ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout the province as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes and
untarnished reputations back of them.
We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home without paying
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
HAZEL   BRONSON,
Comedienne at the Opera House tomorrow   evening    with
Clif ''**>->,
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
Billy    "Single"
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN  SIMMONS, Secretary. THOMAS TAYLOR,  Manager.
KELLINGTON   BROTHERS,  General Agents,  New Westminster.
The Stock books are now open at the office of Kellington Bros, for the sale
of 30,000 shares, which have been allotted to New Westminster.
Ihe Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.    Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,  New Westminster.
Telephone No. 680
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT  RANGE  2.
Take notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acies of land
hounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted at the east side of the
extreme head of the north arm of
Drainey'a inlet, thence east 40 chains,
thence south BO chain: thence wesl
40 chains, tlience north 60 chains to
post of commencement, Purpose for
which it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT HICK.
NOTICE.
WATCH    REPAIRS
Probably that watch of yours Is not giving you proper satisfaction
You have had it ln the repair shop, but, while It Is running, will nol
run accurately. Tho reason for dissatisfaction Is that the man who
did the repairs is either incapable or doing .ood work or is not con-
sclent ious ln his work, or, in all probability, he Is gifted with both ol
the faults mentioned.
Wc have been fortunate in securing tho services of a first cliM
watchnan who lias taken charge or our watch repair work. A man
who wlll tell you tlie truth In regard to the condition of your watch,
and wlll repair It properly, and, as a consequence, it will not ">j!v
run, but keep accurate time.
Agents for Howard,  Ball and Longine Watches.
Chamberlin's
THE
JE WELCH
Take Notice that I, William Robert.
Dick, of Vancouver, li. ('., occupation,
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
permission to lease 500 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
n rost planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
Notice is hereby    given    that    The
Fraser River Tannery, Limited, a body
corporate,    incorporated    under      the
"Hritish     Columbia    Companies    Act,
ISH",    and    Amending Acts," carrying
. _   .      ... 'on   business   In   the   District,  of   New
of Dralneya Inlet, thence north   100 WeBtmtaster and Province of Hritish
chains, thence west 50 chains, thence Columbia,  having applied  to  His   Ex-
Bouth   100   chains,   tlience   east.   BO ceilenoy,   the   Governor   General   in
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chains to post of comtnencement. Purpose for which lt is required, quarry-
ing.
WILLIAM  ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 2fith. 1910
Council for the approval of a certain
site for the construction of wharves
OH lhe southerly shore of the
Fraser river, situate on the
foreshore   of    blocks   "A," "15,"   and
"C." being portions or lots seven (7)
and eight. (8), group two (2) In the
district of New Westminster and province; of British Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister or Public Works at Ottawa, plans Act," chapter 115 of thl
of said wharves which they propose Statutes of Canada, 1906.
to construct, together with a deatnip-1 WHITESIDE fi  EDMONDS,
Hon of the full  site thereof described   Solicitors   for   Fraser   River  Tannery
the District or New Westminster, U>
which district the said works are proposed to be constructed, in accordance
with the requirements of Bectlon i :)l
the    "Navigable    Waters    Protection
Revised
i by   metes and bounds, and  bave also
deposited  a  duplicate or each  in  the
Limited.    '
Dated at the Clly or New Westmi -
otlice   or   the   registrar   of   deeds   ror   ster this 27th day of October  l-M
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Fine apartment house site clojje r.o
business district, $2,1100; $900 cash,
balance over 2 years,
We have Boire of the choices! lots
in the West Knd Industrial district,
These will advance rapidly in value
from now on.    Easy terms arrange!.
If you think of building a house or
a business hlock consult our extensive list of unimproved property In
the city and district.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TO 'LEASE���Fruil and Confectionery Store, hake oven on premises,
good location, on Columbia street,
good opening ror man of small means,
We have some choice residential
sites In the now cement walk district
at   very reasonable prices und terms.
Modern 8 room house close In. Otl
large lot. with best heating and
plumbing;  $4,100.    Good terms.
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1* MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1910.
THE DAILY NlWS.
PAGE FIVE.      ���
5PORT5 LARGEST FARMER W
r^y^S7Fir    THE WORLD IS DEA^
[baseball may freeze out i       	
LACROSSE IN CAPITAL CITY StartG(l ft A Small Way But
Strict Application To Workj
^
The Old Folks
find advancing years bring an increasing tendency'
to constipation.    The corrective  they  need  is
b.
iprcrcters
V Ctoria
Will
i  Professional  Team
Have  to  Contend
Against   Invasion.
Brought Rich Reward.
6,
The
V '      N'0V
fr*       ..   into the Noi 11, wes.
admission '
I
eague
Lway  with  any  \,u*
land town being rep-1
,f, ssional lacrosse nexl
experimented    wltb
11 a few years ago, but
was the bi.   at-
kin,
the
Mr.
ami
with
i
hi
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rarklo,   Mo.,   Nov.   6.���David    Ran-
operator of the largest  farm In
world, Is dead ai his home here,
Rankin was prominent  in Ninth
Missouri  affairs, and  was well-known
for his generositj  to educatlona
philanthropic Institutions.
He began his career In J.846
hall a yoke of oxen���one bull. On
the 25,640 broad acres be leaves 250
men are employed. He planted 19,-
""" cares to corn a year, yielding
about 1,000,000 hash,.is. One thousand horses and mules are required to
the work of this vast farm, and
Rankin boughl 250 carloads of
feeding cattle at a time.   In one held
he had 6 i acres of i orn, the l irgei I
corn field in the world. He a ,
J200.000 to Tarkio college and regarded  II  as one of the best  Invest nts
he  ever  made,    in  speaking of this
he was wont to dwell on the Important e ol an education, Baying he needed   more   than   he  had   himself,   and
wished  to  make ji  easy  for  boys  and
girls of  the present time to acquire
learning,      Tnis   millionaire   farmer
raised more corn each >ear than the
p they are iii .ood,"1"1, Btatei   ol   Utah,    Oregon. Wosh-
swings along In  In8ton,     Arizona,    Idaho,    Montano,
' Rhode   Island
M NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives
Entire^-different from common laxatives. Pleasant to take, mild and painless
A tablet (> r less) at bed-time regulates the bowels perfectly.    Increasing
doses never  needed.    Compounded, like all the  125 NA-DRU-CO preparations, by exprt chemists.    Money back if not satisfactory.
25c. aS.OX.    If your druggist has not yet stocked them,
send 25c. and we will mail them.
NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY
OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.  22
B.C. Mills
limber  and  lading
Co*
Manufacturers and Dealers lo All    Klnds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOOR8    |k'TER'OR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK,  FISH  BOXES-     LARGE    STOCK      PL*IN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 Ntw Westminster bv '
CHAMPIONSHIP
ROLLER SKATING RACE
Monday Evening,   Nov.   7th
at the   Pythian   Roller   Rink
rosse
I ital city and base- \
. (je(] out However. Vie-
without both lacrosse
i the pasi two years,
, ball-tossers have .uoi
I, fans wlll give
The Inclusion of
league makes it moro
li  anything   wlll   add
:..,. organization.
lacrosse league will
., .   |g difficult to determine
the    lacrosse    mug-
, nevei   known to do very
p g   until   the   season    Is
... in the ease of base-
Ol  that spoil   are look-
, the next season before
ilases   and   when
do
them  Ml-
one
Contractors and
House Builders
take
waited
when  Vic-
lli
erything
., .     U  should be the same in
I || it's not.   The lacrosse of-
f0l the coming ol Bprlng
. . , . ,; an> business and then
��'. . . te work more for their
!'.'.. n an tbey do for the asso-
i game    Unity in tlie ranks
l, ess  tor  any   organization,
rosse men liave always
j,, . . i with too many axes to
[J ive   much  attention   to  Uie
[the  association.      II   was
, ive  Victoria In line   next
L n   mIs of the B. C. L. A.
I ei eliel thai pro. lacrosse
I       ,,,. in the capital city, but the
\.       on, as a  governing  body  ot
. .    ��� in the  west, diii  not
i.: ;:   the  matter and
V, .        enta    They   came
l dmltted   to   professional
i  . |i  is nol  likely thai the
i nn Q   wlll   attempt   to  put a
\ team In the fleld in view
[: ng   opposition   they   would
om the baseball folks.
be a 1 wo-team  affair in la��
1 eason.   Maybe three, but
V        .   .. rtaln along these lines.
r :   el  ol  the  league is nol
( will it be Anally settled
: e annual m< etlng ot the
���   Vprll    A Becond Vancou-
i ol going Into the league
nothing has been accom-l
e : latter ol lining up tal-
f ��� v  ir   BCOU1 luu   the east
t I home n.en tor bis team
i .- them his Vancouver
I e sti mg in evi rj  depart
mi li   wlll   take   a   n Ighty
f       team to coi e with them, The
,- ��� ; Ind    the     other    team .
I ear  this  In   mind    and   get j
I Ine is early.    Vancouver
J want  to Bee another learn
I lhe fl,   I in this city, but they want
strong   organization.      A
[��� p in Vancouver and it be-
r ���             Interested  In  the other
I wei.i together the strongest
r
Ihi
IBi
Roller  Race  Tonight.
I  roller skating event of
:' i heduled for the Pythian
���'   '  '���.   when .lack Beatty, of Na-
;'    un  a tulle  race against
Huff for the championship of
province,    llufT  was    beaten by
N'analmo a week ago, but
��� ���'���  lie has got  down to hard
raining  and  Is confident  of  victory.
' '     event Harry Tidy will race
Scales,  of   Nanaimo,      Both    the
Mere   ave arrived In the city and
"'>' to nel   used to tlie rink this
:;    n     it   Beatty   wins  today  he
i   undisputed champion of
province
mil
ti.
*t thi
BILLY   CLIFFORD,
uP"a House on Tuesday,
vembtr 8.
lone island. Wyoming and Nevada
combined.
Farmer From Boyhood.
Mr. Rankin was horn on a Sullivan county I Indiana l farm in 1825.
Through Jarmlng since he was big
enough, first for his father and later
for himself, he became familiar with
the great, changes that came in the'
agricultural method, and ihe manner
of rural life in three-quarters of a
century. llis lirst home was a log
cabin sixteen feet square. In that
home the cooking was done in an
open flrepl ice, most of the simple
fare being cooked in a kettle, net cn
logs, whu-h hai to be watched lest it
tip over. The bread was cooked in
a Dutch oven, with coals over it and
coals under it. When young David
was nine years old the family moved
from Indiana to Illinois, locating In
1 Warren  county.
The only schools they had in those
days wore little subscription schools
I held in log houses, with windows of
'greased paper. The principal studies
I were reading, writing and arithmetic,
(and the embryo millionaire had little
'opportunity to acquire these,
At  the age of eleven he quit school
and   went   to   work.       The   boy   was
I needed   to   help   BUpport   the    family.
I.Money  was so scarce  thai  the common people could afford shoes only in
cold weather     Mr. Rankin recalls that
he went barefooted every summer un-
itil   he   was   twenty-eight     years   old.
Bul   it   was  lhe  simple  life,  and,  if  it
had  manv disadvantages, Mr,  Rankin
believed it  gave people stronger constitutions than  the  strenuous life   of
to lay.
Difficulties  of   Old-Time   Farming.
Prosperous young farmers of today
whose greatest worry is that the bank
maj  fall will note hy the prices pre-
I valent  In Mr. Rankin's boyhood that
'there   were   other   c.uisos   of    worry
I then.     In   IS la.   to   pay   a   store   debt
I for his father, he hauled dressed hogs
to the town of Oquawka, III., on the
Mississippi  river, and  sold the   meat
for $1 to (1.26 a hundred.   Live hogs
are now worth $S a hundred pounds.
And   it   was  harder  to  raise  hogs  in
those days.    The corn they were fat-
toned on was cultivated with a single
jchovel  ploy and tlie    ground plowed
with a wooden inoldboard plow. This
Wooden moldhoard had to he cleaned
with   a   paddle   ahout   every    twenty
' rods, and an acre a day was good woik
for a man and a yoke,of oxen.   Good
plowing  Is  one  of the essentials   of
farming, and the plowing with the old-
fashioned wooden plow was not thorough-,  the wonder ls that they raised
as much as they did.    There was also
'a   good   deal   of   hoeing   of    crops    in
those  days,  and  one  of the   old-fash-
I ioned  hoes  weighed  as  much  as four
ior flve of the modern steel hoes.
Those were days of hardship entirely unknown to the farmer of today���the farmer with a bathtub In
his house and an automobile In his
electric lighted garage. To get their
Hour, the Rankin family sent their
wheal to a mill operated by horses
hitched to a sweep, and each patron
had to furnish the power to grind his
mist. .\t one lime young Rankin
made seven trips to the mill, a week
apart, before his grist could be attended to, going fourteen miles each
trip with a yoke of oxen. In the
meantime tbe family lived on potatoes and bread made
ground In a coffee m '
ed  out   In  a  mortal.
Couldn't Escape the Plow.
In 1846 Mr, Rankin attained his ma-
jority, and he had to decide what he
should do���an.l then do lt���and right
there he came near making n vital
mistake. Ills boyhood and youth had
heen vein's of hard labor und deprivation and he had often sighed to get
rid of 11 all. In his eyes a clerkship
in a country store meant a life of ease
and affluence,
Come 8 clerk
him.
have   tnudi
me
las
for .
necessary to say  ho never r
his choice, even If 11 were forced upon
him,    Mr. Rani
reer with ont
ed another
JOHN BEATTY, Champion
of Vancouver Island, and
CLARENCE HUFF, Champion of the Mainland.
Admission        -        10c
Preliminary   mile   race,   Harry   Ti'..
vs. J.  Scales, of Nanaimo.
til he found a friend to go liis seem- j
ity. I
In 1847 Mr. Kankin drove a hunch
of cattle to Chicago, driving them
across the prairie so tliey could feed
as they travelled. There were no regular packing houses in those days,
except in the winter. They were all
closed in the summer, as there was
no such thing as ccld storage and refrigerating  plants.
Bought Reaper in 18*3.
ln L848 Mr. Rankin, ever on the
alert for improved machinery, bought
one of the earliest types of reapers,
lt wasn't to be compared with the
modern self-hiruler. hut it was a great
improvement over the crifclle. It cost
$1L'5 and cut a five-foot swath. Three
men  were required to operate it.
Mr. Kankin was married in 1850,
and he paid his last $4 to th.e preacher. But he had eight, acres of land
at that time and a few head of cattle. They had to trade for everything  to eat and  wear.
lt was in 1865 that Mr. Rankin
first began to make big money. He
bought cattle in Chicago at $1.-5 a
hundred, took them to Paxton, fed
them corn, fattened them, and sold
them in New York at Jil.ati per hundred. Then he embarked In the
broom 'corn business, having purchased a large area of land, and lie
cleaned up $200,000 in this venture,
which people said would break him. ���
Will   Just   Filed.
That will of Mr. Rankin was filed
in a court here Tuesday. Several
months ago Mr. Rankin incorporated
almost all of his holding under the
name of Rankin Farms. The shares
of this incorporation were divided at
tbis time among his four heirs, W.
F. Rankin, Miss Ksther Kankin and
John Rankin, of this city, and Mrs.
J. F. Hanna, of Diverse, Cal. These
shares were taken at the time and
the  will  merely  confirmed  tlie  trans-
We have a shipment of
Ontario Fresh Eggs,
guaranteed to boil as
well as local Fresh
Eggs-
40c per dozen
Case Eggs, 3 doz. tor $1
We
Builders
ine
have a full   1
Hardware in
Before Build ing See Us, as -we
Also Complete   Stock
money.
of   tke
this City.
believe   we   can   save
oi   PAINTS   anJ
Best
you
OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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X Weekday Schedule f
* Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50,  6:20,  6:50, 7:20
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m. '
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:5p, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m. '
Return Fare:   Adults,  fiOc;   children  under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver tor Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday Excursion  Rates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Fl eight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
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City  Limits Line���20-mlnute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
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C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and*443
Sapperton      Phone 373
FOR  QUICK  SALE
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting
on Fraser River. A very choice tract at a genuine
snap.    Price and terms given on application to the
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Movius Land and Loan Co.
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A.
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BILLY CLIFFORD.
Clever  Musical  Attraction Coming to
Opera  House Tomorrow.
One of the brightest attractions
hooked for the Westminster Opera
House vvill be seen on Tuesday, Nov.
S. This is the new farce with music
and choruses, entitled "The Girl, the
Man and the Game.'in which Billy
(Single) Clifford is starring. The
piece is brand new, and is down to the
very minute in style.     The   plot    is
sltua-
In fact the piece might be said
to be in two long    laughs,   as   each
I act  is a continuous laugh.    A dozen
pretty songs of the whlstable variety
" are also features of the entertainment, I
LAND    DIS- aI1(} the chorus Is one of the sprlght-
I Hest nnd best-dressed of any on the |
  j stage this season.
District of New Westminster. ^r  Clifford, the young star. Is well-j
TAKE notice that I, William Robert known from coast to coast.     He has
Dick, Of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  .allied an envlah'e place on the vaude- j
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for  Vji|e  stage,  and  last  season  he womj
permission to purchase the following a big personal triumph when he went j
described lamls: |fltarrlng in tlie musical comedy, "Thei
Commencing at    a    post    planted | Qlrl at  tlie Helm."     This season a
ahout twenty chains north from    the
southwest  corner  of    Timber    Lease
38769,  Texada   Island,    tlience    west.
fer.    They shared ahout equally. Tarkio claims a profit of $100,oon by the ; complicated, and full of funny
terms of the  late  millionaire's  bene- tions.
factors to the local school up to $335,
000.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE,pManager
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
on
from    wheat.
or com iiounil-
eighty chains, tlience south eighty
chains, thence east eighty chains,
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing fi-10 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
Vancouver, B. C, September 8, 1010.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District.   District of  New Westminster.
Take notice   that John    Ferdlnnnd
Raggs. of Nelson    Island,   occupation
so  he  deel led  to  be- j farmer, intends to npply for permls-
But nobody would hire sion  to purchase the    following    de-
The storekeepers didn't seem to !scribed lands:
faith   In   hls   ability   toi    Commencing    at    a    post   planted
"     ** "    from the
planted Qir]
new   play  was   written  for  him,  and
the chief role was written to fit him
'; perfectly.    In it  he is seen as a ro'-
'��� licking   young   fellow,   care-free,   and
i roll of life and spirits.    He gets into
all  sorts of odd  and  funny   predica-
I ments. but manages to extricate him-
' self    from    them,   all   much   to   the
! amusement of those who look on. The
piece Is bright, refreshing and full cf
life and ginger, and the company supporting the star is exceptionally well-1
balanced.    Much   care  was taken  in
the selection of tlie chorus, with the
result that a score of beautiful young
women are seen ln songs and dances.
The piece has been received with enthusiasm wherever   it   has   been   offered.
No-
e,sure oul sugar and coffee ami mo- about one mile northeast f
Ills so It was hack to the farm head of Hillings bay, nnd al
,'Vo���n.    Kankin. and ll  is scarcely  chafo easterly from    the    .
NOTICE     REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC  ON   COLUMBIA  STREET.
in, beginning his oa-
hull as assets, purchas-
io complete" the yoke, pay-
bout    40
southeast      All  persons  using Columbia street
egretted  corne" of timber lot   number    87341,  for vehicle traffic of any kind are re-
tlience north  40 chains, thence east | quested to keep to the left hand side
40 chains, thence    aoutl     40 chains, | of the car track while proceeding in
thence  west  40 chains to point    of either direction
containing  1G0  ncres
commencement,
A new  more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGQS.
lng $8 In work for the animal
_U\t St ft "���-v��1 W; D,M ***!'-l"0'
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
Cit�� Sal. August 12. 1910.
NOW
Is the time to take out an accident or Illness policy with the Railway
Passengers' Assurance  Company of London.    The   rates   are   very
reasonable. .......    |
See me today about a policy In this reliable company.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 Hg
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7
Phone 646
The
P.O.
t Co
451 Columbia St.
Liinii
RANK C. COOK. General Manager
New Westminster
���n ������
���UWHI
Consonant with the successful issue and subscription of $200,000.00 of shares, the
flattering returns, attendant upon the inauguration of our banking department and
the increased demand for investments in realty, we are prepared to accept Savings
Deposits, Purchase Agreements for Sale, Write Insurance, Extend Loans
and cover all lines of a Trust or Fiduciary nature.
Inquiry will readily demonstrate that we have exceptional opportunities for the investment of funds, that offer an element of security and profit second to none. In
keeping with the augmented responsibilities and the increased business of the various lines, we have placed each department under separate management in the hands
of specialists thoroughly conversant with their respective branches.    .
FINANCIAL
FIRST ALLOTMENT OF - - $100,000.00.   SOLD
SECOND ALLOTMENT OF      - - $100,000.00.   SOLD
.   A Third Allotment of $100,000.00 Open for Subscription at $100.00 Per Share
For further particulars consult our Financial Agent, Mr. Edward St. Albans.
BANKING   DEPARTMENT
���
4 Per Cent. Interest on . Deposits
Although this department was only inaugurated August 31st last it has shown exceptional growth and the
deposits here far exceed our most sanguine expectations, as not only our shareholders, but clients whom we
have not had the previous pleasure of knowing, have opened accounts with us, and this department is now
on a paying basis.
We take pleasure in informing our patrons that this department is in the hands of Mr. G. W. N. Boulton, a
man who has had a great many years banking experience and is well known   for his conservative methods.
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INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
This department is in charge of W. F. Edmonds, who has an
enviable record as an insurance man. Since taking charge of the
department the business has shown considerable increase and is
now on a most satisfactory basis. We write all kinds of insurance, including Fire, Life, Accident. Burglary, Automobile, etc.,
and the companies with whom we are associated are of the high,
est standing, giving the best rates, and famous for their prompt
settlement of claims. Before insuring elsewhere, consult our Mr.
Edmonds who will gladly give you full Particulars on any kind of
insurance business.
This department, since taken over by Mr. T. H. McCormick, three
months ago, has proved itself to be a highly profitable adjunct to
the Trust Company's business. Mr. McCormick has for assistants, J. R. Duncan and R. H. Corbett, who are thoroughly conversant with local conditions, and which places the department in
a position to handle a very extensive business. Port Mann and
City Property are our specialties, and having large lists, we are
prepared to take care of both the investor and the home-seeker.
We invite intending purchasers to call at our offices and investigate our property lists.
,'���*'.,. <V-v- WwV'itfJ <�����_ uw,."f *i v;..j��__  <-, -aWiVr'"���'.
*
People's Trust Company,
Limited.
451 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.
Uti
.1 ' NOVEMBER 7, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVKN.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
addressed to the
"Tender
un-
tor
Sealefl" endorsed
..l.-';'1':1,,;. terations to the Public
Pdit Nanaimo, B. C" will be refunding. '        ... (i unt��� 4.00 ,,. ,���,
Konday-N ���-;"���"��� -*' 1"1"' for
ibe ��'���     eciRcation and form of con-
., ., and forms of tender
:    l lepartraent,   on ap-
,  ,.   caretaker,    Public
JOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW  WEST-
minster Board of Tradi: meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month-
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, Mav Augusl
and November, ar. tj p.m. '' Annual
rneeiliiKs on the third Thursday ot
February. New member, mav be
proposed and (looted at any month
ly or    quarterly
Stuart-Wade
meptln^.
secretary.
C.   H
I,     I
j      '������'' !  :''
fc��.N        ���' ������' :' ���'������
PRINTERS.
1  ��� i ,(    i t.    v  .,    (Min    ��ii     i in:	
l!"i;l",   : ���,������,,.   Henderson,   Resi- WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
i*'1' '",;'., .   victoria , B. C. k'nd of job. printing.     Midget loose
::��� ,,    are notified that ''���"' ledg-ars; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Perso                        _.;,i,,,.,���i   ���mima. Phone    BR      l>   n     n.-w-  uv       /u..
.,- considered unless     ' ll0n
PIANO TUNING
i    Ignature, the nature  PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AN
,:,,  and  place of resi-     repaired by your local tuner, w. "
r   tlie    firm I     Martin,   Mus.   Bac
Phone  L615.
of
Pel
uteri ��-1"
p, nti d forms supplied,
i . ni,  their actual   slgna-
i  eir   occupations   and
...    in the case   of
e
, .        membei
1 i   be  accompanied
, e iue on a   charter-
i   to the order of the
���     Minister    of     Public
lo ten per cenl  (10 p.c.
, ;    the   lender,    which
ii: the person tender-
, ��� tei   Into o   contraci
; to do so, or fall to
.    ,., rk  conti acted  for.    If
l,e n il accepted the che iue
bill ''' lHli '
pep]      enl   does  noi   bind  It-
I     . the lowesl or any ten-
I'.-, order,
K. c. DESROCHERS,
Secretary,
���,        .   ���   nf   Public   Works,   Ot-
\       t,      i    27, 1910.
,, ��� ��� (|        will   noi   be   paid   toi
y, a,i', ent   it   they   Inseri
P. 0.   Box 14a.     ow
Dally  News Block. Sixth street.
I)
er, W. E.
811   Dublin  St.,
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTSI MANA
ger G. .1. Sykes), G2 Powell street
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
Write if  unable to  visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARR18-
tcrs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster, w. J. Whiteside, H
L. Edmonds.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA     MOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG, Manager.
TUESDAY,   NOV.  8th
FIRST TIME  HERE.
The most pretentious Musical Comedy offering this season.
Billy "Single" Clifford
And  a   Superb Company of Clever Artists.
Big Girls
Little Oirls
Pretty Oirls
Danciny Oirls
NOTICE  TO  TENDERS.
Tenders are invited up to November
5, 1910, for the purchase of any of the
following lots: Subdivisions 30, 31, 32,
33 and 34, lots -1 and 5, subdivision 11,
Twelfth street, city.
Addi ess with terms, Executor, care
Daily Xews, City.
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
!0Ut
rity   lrom   tlie    depart-
.AUCTION      SALE      OF       TIMBER
BERTH    COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
���:  | ���   to  cut   timber   under     i-
 :;  Berth  No.  536, comprising
iwing  lands  in  the   Province
L :  Columbia,   will  be  offered
|t piii tion al the upset price of
. idlng cost of survey, at
|: .   P    M..   cn   Wednesday   the
jjgl ol i ������ ember next, at the ollice
f,[ ll c Dominion Timber Agent at
J..;. Westminster:
mbei  Berth  No,  535, situated in
I i  Pi  . :. e   ol    British    Columbl i,
tlon   28,  Township  39
WADE, WHEALLER, l^cQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster oflices, Rooms 7 ancl 8
Gulchon hlock. corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of.
flees, WlUlams building, -U Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. .McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant.      Tel.     R 128.    Room,
Trapp block,
K. T. 1'KIM'K. EXIMCKT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agenl for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room 9, Westminster Trust hlock, city,
STENOGRAPHY     4    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     Tl
Curtis Block.    P, O. Box 694.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  Ai;  CO.
OCUL1UU     trO,       LU��TUB.��fcl     -'���'. Will  II'..,     OIllUCO     OC     V.W.
���   Coa      Meridian,   containing   Real   Estate  und  Insurance  Agents���
��� i'  acres more or less, is  ���������
plan of Burvey, signed by
I!: A. Lighthall, D L. 3., surveyed
y .   and   of   '"cord   in   the
City,  farm  and  simurban  property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLiNO, FISH. FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
I nd  Gru; Ing   Branch  of  tlie
| : nl the Interior.
I ���   ������'. ill  t   ���  bo Issued until
i full   amounl    of   the    purchase
:  ound rental for the
. ave been paid.
n litlons of paj ment. rate or
are contained in the Tim- ���������    .
tions, a copy of which may Ivy,   tu.   t'AUEb,   THti   kuu.miuu.
ted on  application  to the un-      Denier, Upholsterer and Undertaker
reigned, or to the Crown   Timher     corner A*ne�� an* MpfCmile Btreets
it al  New  Westminster. Phone 176, night call 81.
I'. G.  KEVKS. ���  __   _. ,,_  -^-~
��    October 1Mb, SK*"*    !__J^^^
 .    - 'WESTMINSTER       WOODWOKJUNG
j Co.. bank, ollice and store Ottings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantes
and detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
prietor. Work*: Corner Eleventh
Seabd tenders addressed to the un-, ^nJ cllr une. p. o. box 1154, fnont
Berslgnt I, and endorsed "Tender for i 473^
addition md alterations to the Pub-'
Be Building, Nelson, li. C." will bereaved al this office until 4.00 p.m. ou
Monday, November 28, 1910, for the
'(|rk mentioned.
Plans, petrification and form of con*
Ira cl can be seen and forms of ten-
***** can be obtained at this department, on application to the Caretaker,
Public r. lldlng, Nelson, B. C, and at
the offlci t Mr. Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, R. C.
'' tendering are notified that
lenders    nl mu be considered unless
""">'' '"     he   printed  forms  supplied.
With    thelr actual    sl. na-
Ig   their  occupations    and
Waces ot residences,    In tlie case of
"l!,i the actual signature, the nature
,  ""' occupation, and  place of resi-
''" ich  member of    tlie    firm
""eel b(  Riven
Eacli  ii n ler
bj ,in
bank,
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.    THE LAT
est in lire lighting apparatus.
R. Harris &. Co., Lavery block,
Columbia street.    Phone C56.
I tun
i ti
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B   C  MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
I    of mounmental tombstones, but Wing
stone, etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia street. New Westminster
hi noral.
must ba accompanied
11'ied cheque on a chartered
the    order    of    Ihe
the    Minister    of    Public
"!',is- e umi to ten pet- cent, tio p.c.(
'.""' an o ml of the tender, which
��� "' '"' i -" Ited if the person tender-
VV ll' i I" enter Into a contract
' '" ' ' ' 1 upon to do so. or fall to
(j:nplet,. the work contracted for. If
..',','' ' '"' not accepted the cheque
*<J be returned,
,��� lu> department does not bind itself
'"'(,'lt lhe lowest or nny tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
''"'" "'ll of Public Works,
Secretary
Ottawa, October '^7, V.tin.
iv.,���'w*Pai)ers will
*8adverilBe
ment
not   be    paid    for
f they    Insert   it
toent"1 authorit^-h'<J��*".the'"Depart
SANITARY    NOTICE.
mov��"|ll'1,ish nnd  Kurbnge must be
rent       ,(>   tho   foot   of   Sixteenth
i,,,;'"'1 Fifth avenue, where It wlll
IAny no    y ,ho po,'Porat.lon.
cl ii,,,,, '"'rso'> or persons  who dump
���l    **   oi ' ��� ��� ���
rt.
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL - COLUMBIA ST
Phone L8. Newest and most up to
date in Ihe city. Terms moderate
First class cuisine. J. Tracjiy, Prop
HOTEL LYTTON -617 FRONT ST
Phone 103, Comfortable accomooa
tlon. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors,
I, O, <>. P. AMITY LODQE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets.
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially inyted
to attend. W. H, West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary,
j. w. MacDonald, financial score-
inn
No co��*cn��. in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Fine and pure
u newly-fallen mhw-so rich in
delicious uvour, once used, always
vm
'abhish  of  uny  kind  on
street or avenue or on nny
int  lot  or   public   property
���loii'1TJ'!'!ls0l',1,e(1   "ntl.r   the   pro-
llv t\ ,     Sl,ll'tnry Bylaw.
,raer- S. J. PEARCE,
y othe
��llli
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
Clt, ��� ��� Sanitary "inspector.  214 Sixth Street Phone 567
,ly ��u", June 13. 1910, NEW WESTMINSTER      *
B.C
I.A SALLE THEATRE BEAUTY CHORUS.
Prices:   $1.00,   75c and 50c
Seats on Sale Saturday, November 5, at McKenzle's Pharmacy.
"THE    ROYAL   LINE.'
XMAS
From  Montreal:
"Koyal  Edward"
"Royal  George"
om Halifax:
"Royal  Edward"
"Royal   George"
"Royal   Edward'1
SAILINGS.
. Nov.
.Nov.
10
10
. .Dec. 7
.Dec. 11
.Dec.  28
And Fortnightly thereafter.
i Most Direct Route to  Bristol, London
j and   the  Continent.
Tickets  and  Reservations  from   E.
i Goulet, C. P. R. agent, or write to Wm.
IStapleton, General  Agent,  l'UT   Main
street, Winnipeg.
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
Wednesday, Nov.  9th
C. P. Walker Presents   Wm. Yule
and a Superb Company in
Shakespeare's
'Twelfth Night'
Prices:   $1.00, 75c, and 50c
Seats on Sale Tuesday, November 8, at McKenzle's Pharmacy.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA    MOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG, Manager.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
John C. Slocum  Presents
THE   NEW   VIENNESE   COMIC   OPERA   SUCCESS,
Direct from  250  Nights  at Cort  Theatre, Chicago.
"The Kissing Giif
WITH AN  ALL STAR CAST AND ENSEMBLE OF 70.
'Brightly Staged and Ullthely perfo-med."
���Chicago Inter-Ocean.
���llrimfull of Amusing Dialogue and Clever Situations."
���Chicago Tribune.
���Hasn't a Rlsiitie Line or Suggestive Situation."
���Chicago American..
iJinfeirCoii
Use a Curr.cy-Cxfcrd
rang ;��� 1 tve 20 per cent.
i f y ur coal bill.
T'..'  " Chancellor" shown
here i.'. thc finest steel range
made 1 y the well known
Gurney - Oxford C mipany.
There's no better to be had
in thc country. Made in
more styles antl sizes than
any stee! range on the market, with every late device
for economy and convenience.
Material is the best to lie
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
either end. Guard on ash
door. Braced oven bottom.
Drop di i ir ' m warming closet. Divided i ven flue, to
in. ur even baking. Proil-
er   top.     Thermometer  on
iven d ior If desired.    Madi
f ir coal or wood.    Besides
these special feature.:- ���
The OXFORD
ECONOMIZER
viill keep i-ur flre iloio. st lowesl (Mmible
(nsi for fa.-t. Hill sjvp al Irtt.sl 20 per Cent.
of lhe co..l jna rr.u u*.t citj itiil luge all
c.ekinij odors ..;> lhe (himacy.
You'll savo num-..- every day >'n'-i
v.*. a Qurne. -Oxford, A:id always prt
mora satisfactory rtaultfl Trum . (��ur
cii.ili'rt!*;
Let us domonstrato to .< u thi>
" Eeonomiter," and th;1 other Gurney-
Oxf-tr^t pointa of auperiority. See how
p^rft'et a _.md ran. " can ba We will
ulso show you other Quraey-Oxford
atoyea and ranges for everv purpose and
f >r nay kind of furl. On d'splay on
our floors all the time.
Got acquainted with the beat
known, hest liked staves and ranges in
all Canada. Aad do i| mat���for the good
of your pocket book.
NOTICE.
On antl after October 1, 1010, we.
the undersigned, will    soil coal    for
casli oni;
delivery.
either with the order or on
GILLKY TIROS.. LTD.
JOSEPH MAYKRS,
BELYEA &  CO.
.New Westminster. Sept. 24.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up   $5,000,000
Reserves    $5,900,000
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to tlie Pacific: In Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas. New York
and  London,  England.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.    I
NOTICE.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681  Columbia Street.
! The untlersisned has moved his
office to 1316 Cariboo street, where
he will conduct the real estate business under his own name. The office
on Twelfth stieet is for sale.
D  D. BOURKE.
T. P. Morrison J. H. Taylor
Phone 624.'
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind. Prompt
attention   to   all   orders.    Contracts
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.      New Westminster, B.C.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THE CHORUS A SEMINARY OF PEMAI.K LOVELINESS.
BIG  AUGMENTED  ORCHESTRA
PRICES���11.60, $.1.00, 75c and BOo��� Same as Vancouver.
SKAT SALE���Wednesday, November !', at McKenzle's Pharmacy.
MAIL ORDERS NOW BEING TAKEN
ST. CHARLES.
EVAPORATED CREAM
There la nothing an good for the bsbv
���, t. Charles Cream, 'the result of
nn-lvKis by prominent expert chemists
�����,owsttmt.it-Charles Cream.when prop-
* ly reXed with pur. bMlmi W��tM.
Uatnost Identical fn every respect with
hnman milk. It Jtffers from other
��m? prodSeU ta that it is .terilUed by
h"' ChmTes Cream does not curdle when
used on acidulous fruits and imparts a
rich, delicate flavor.  It �� ��
hunmnlTe.l milk,   it t*
not only best for mother ,
"nd  infant-It  Is better
than   the  best  ordinary
milk lor all purposes.
Sold bv t**t Rtocera 	
every wbcic. K��fE_Z2___
ST.  CHARLES  CON   ft pEST
ENSING    COMPANY. m$*�� ^W
l���*.r.oll.     ���      ���     0��UF****t        ***-
*.
FIRST BOX CURED
HIS Ml BACK
High Praise For GIN PILLS
Smithvii. .R, Ont.
"I suffered for three years with a Pain In
My Hack.    1 am now tnkinif GIN PIU.S and
find a areat relief after oiking only one boa."
W. J. BAUJWIN.
Is it any wonder that we sell GIN
PlUySwith nn iron-dad guarantee of
money back if they fail to give relief ?
We know that GIN PILLS will ston the
pain in the back���relieve tlte bladder���
and cure every trace of Kidney Trouble
and Rheumatism.
GIN PILLS have cured thousands of
cases of Kidney Trouble that were
regarded as hopeless.
We don't ask you to buy GIN PILLS
to find out what they will do for you.
Simply write us, mentioning tbis
paper, and we will send you a sample
box free. Then, if you arc unable to get
the regular size boxes at your dealer's,
write us, and we will supply you at the
retail price��� 50c. a box, 6 for $2.5��-
OIN PILLS are made and guaranteed by
the largest wholesale drug bouse in the
British Umpire.
National Drug and Chemical Co.,
Cept B.C., loruuto. 47
Easterbrook Milling Company.
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL . $6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL   $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $450 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FE10D MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
PROMT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone SSS.
r
FOR SALE
I
I
Forty Acres of choice land near Port Haney,
nearly all cleared. On main wagon read, convenient to C. P. R. and river. Line of proposed tramway runs through property. Soil is excellent and
cannot be surpassed for fruit raising.
Price $4500 for a Few Days Only
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street 	
The New Westminster City Specialitts
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY  NEW'5.
M0N0AY, NOVEMBER 7
1310. ,
City NewsIj   /),.ess 5&,y
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right Drices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modem Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
NOW
Tl steamer Trader came in yesterday i*. a ca: j ol general merchandise.
Now is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist.    Phone Rl'OS. **
Nothing of very great interest, te
scheduled for llie council meeting tonight.
A Jap named K. Ta'itiina Jind liis
foot rather badly cut bv a saw at tlie
Eraser River Mills on Saturday. He
is being cared for in the Royal Columbian hospital,
The seats for the. Koyal Welsh
Ladies' Choir opens thi. morning at
McKenzle's Drug S'.ore. Opera lious;'
next .Monday. **
Several Japs liave heen noticed recently carrying pheasants i hi ough the
city. T1nf> police are locking for the
men.  who  are   liable  to  a   heavy   tine
is the time to buy a
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big winter
stock is now in from the best
makors. We have them at
a low price and we have a
kind we guarantee. We have
also Combination as well as
fountain
Syringes
It will pay you to look over
our stock of Rubber Goods
on display in our show win-
dows.   Try us for
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
Curtis Drug Store
New    Westminster,   B    C.
for infringing the game laws.
To Trade���Tliirty odd acres of A
No. 1 .fruit land, close to town, schools
and railroad, to trade for a small.
modem city home. Reid, Curtis _:
Dorgan, Ton Colombia street. Phone
466. **
A meeting of tlie members of the
House Howling league will be held
at tlie Front stieet alleys at eight
o'clock tonight for the purpose of
electing captains Jar the different
rfceams and arranging the schedule.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
���cinds of cut flowers.   Phone R208 **
The football game wliich Coldicutt's
Colts were to play against the Hovers
on Saturday was postponed on account of the weather. The Rovers
will try to arrange a game with Abbotsford or Chilliwack for next Saturday.
Have you secured one of those
charming houses on Eighth avenue,
close to the car. If not, sec the
British Canadian Securities, Ltd., at
once, as the terms are so very easy
they will soon be all sold. **
Three drunks are scheduled to appear before the magistrate this morn-!
ing.   One, an Austrian, claims that he |
was in danger of an attack of delirium i
tremens  at   Mission  anl    an    officer
brought   bim  from  there   and  turned
hi:n loose in  Xe.v  Westminster.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Hiackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. **
John Connor, employed by the B. C.
| E.   R.  at   Lake  Coquitlam,    had    his
I thigh  fractured on  Saturday  by  being
(hit by a puncheon.    Me was cared for
at  the hospital at the works and Dr.
lones. of New Westminster, went out
:in '. attended to his Injuries.
Try a "Want" ad la The News It
tvill bring results. **
The public school football games
scheduled for Saturday were postponed on account of the inclement
weather.
Mrs. E. Goulet will not receive today, but will be at home on tlie first
Monday in December, and thereafter
on the first and .fourth Mondays of
the month.
The regular monthly meeting of tlie
Trades and Labor Council will be held
on Wednesday evening, when the selection of a candidate to represent tlie
labor element in the forthcoming civic
elections will be discussed. It is not
likely, however, that a candidate will
be named until later.
An evidence that lhe townsite of
Port Mann is rapidly assuming a position of more than local Importance Is
Found in the sale of nineteen acres of
lan I close to Port Mann to a syndicate of eastern men. The deal was
consummated through a local man.
The property is situated in section
.".a. block 5, north range 2 west, and
faces on the Yale and Townline roads..
It belonged to S. O. Paulson, of South
Westminster, and was sold through
McQuarrie brothers. The price paid
was a little over $500 ner acre.
One of the rarest musical treats
ever offered to the public of New
Westminster will be given in the
opera house tonight when the Royal
We'sh Ladies' choir, which has just
completed a triumphant tour of Canada, will give a concert. The choir
has recently given two concerts in
Vancouver and the opinions tliey have
earned there have been very complimentary. The concert will be given
under the auspices of the Women's
Educational club. Yesterday afternoon almost every seat ln the lions?
had been sold.
Of Attractive Appearance and Worth-Each $6.95
We are featuring this work at  this special price, a line of Skirts, the   like  of   which   at   the  price v.,
will not find elsewhere.    In the lot are Skirts in all the newest styles and   materials���Dtagi -
\ IcunaTclotbs, Serges. Panamas, in black, navy, brown, myrtle, grey, etc.   Styles depict all tli 11   ,,.
est  in cluster pleats, tunic effects,   pleated   flohuces  and   straight  cut  styles.    All the ordlnar;
in stock, as  well as a  full  range of out   sizes  tor-stout   women.    On  sale this week, ear! $6,-
The Public
Supply Stores
Ihe Centnl Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   DAILY  NEWS.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
GET
��   ��� . *
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up In a _.-
GREEN BOX
Specially Packed for
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Hlock.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Sent On Approval, A
To Responsible People   ^ *uGwlJ
tOUMTAlM
Laughlin |p
FOUNTAIN PEN '*
and
RED GEM
"5/>e Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Thtse
Two
Papular
Articles
"* forcnl"
Wi:
Lustra..m.i fc,. Liutt i-.i)
Every pen guaranteed  _.
full It Ki. bulk) Uo .I���cut   Bfi
on right liaiul may lie bml
in   Cither  our   ���tautltird
black opaque pattern, or JJ
Nou*brtakable Trattspat.
I i in, i.s ill-Mini, titlter iu ���
|'plain or engraved liu(��h,|
ai, preierred,
Ymi limy trv llii, j.,,) ,, v... y, i _?&
If rou du in fluid It umiitMi la >. jifj*,
ft Utli-r trill In llii.li j.m *'*ii 19'
cm a Iur in I.I.h 11 ��ira lint Iruiftl
I on I 111 nny l.lti-i N'ikfl, ll l.i t
itiini'ly fciit^fi.1 leiy'lii iiniy i...
��, fCt i, I ii i ii it mul ... mil ,, t.i! 1
)uu ll.lJWIt.
rerun ii,t Ifourdmr.n nnd ;
Popnllr  In ii Ul  .   Ink   l>��_)ll,   i.
,..lll|.ll'lft lll*lt i.n...f ti inti.|.li. un. v
lift lllllilll ll, ft,.y [(UittluU tl
I ,.,���!.��� I ri|  |1inpp|ti( I p,., in,,, i I
. iv ���nirl< tl li nt t mch. Mill-
num (irrlii.i f,.,..i. Iridium
l"liil,|.i.]lilii'ilviiViiiil7i.i1 rnlilwr
Hit,   li   .ft  i. ti'i   linlili.     Ilrlftil
tvtrjrwhtra  l"r ���'J.60.     Attnli
w��tit..il ttrUi fi.r ti -inB. M'nl,.
n.ni  ���' Inl yoll fnii'it'���    A.lilicrr
p Laughlin Mfg. Co.^
Ma.estln Bldg.,
Detroit. Minb
Look Over
our groceries and then judg e
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 ot a certain
article call for lt and give us
your opinion. It is sure to he
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have heen chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
St) we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
!���
say**************************************************:
��� *
| Some Special Snaps I
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Kxecllent view. Streets on three sides
of  this  property,    $350 each.   Terns.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 "each.    Terms:    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
*********
Say************************
*****
**
X
*
Popular Styles in
Women9s Tweed Coats
Each $13.75
Representing values up to $17.50���nothing extreme in Btyle, bui j'ist
well made, serviceable coats for everj Say wear. Tiny ure attractively made ami finished, with greal variety in designs, shown in
double ami single breasted fronts. Benefitting and loose belted backs,
lined waists, large fancy buttonB, colors grey, fawn, brown ami
green, in mixed shades, diagonals ami cheviots, as well as the fancy
knotted tweeds are the materials used. All sizes. On sale this
week,  eaeli    $13.75
Another Lot of Hemmed
Table Napkins
Each 10c
When we tire able to announce the sale of these napkins there is a
quick response.    Here is another opportunity:
PURE LINEN NAPKINS, sizes around 2ii inches Bquare. all hemmed
ready for use;  any quantity sold, each    10*
Ready Made Roller
Towels
Linen Crash and Turkish
Roller Towels all Ready For Use
LINEN CRASH ROLLER TOWKLS���
2^4 yards long, lu to IS indies wide, each   30c and 35c
:i yards long, each -35c
BROWN TURKISH ROLLER TOWELS���
���Ji-.   yards  long,  111  to  20 inches  wide,  eacli  36c  and.
3  yards  long, each  BOc to	
.50:
.60:
Watson's 'tZestyettz
Undervests
50c  EACH
A  garment, that   I
with   gieat     popul i li
tii -t glance custome
it   is all wool, tm !,���
ii   resemble  a   ��
ment.      in    realih
cream  cotton  knitti I
fleeced       Inside,
weight,    high     !;��� i
sleeves,    drawei
in   ankle   lengt h,   opi
(dosed   styles    pel
  50:
Watson's Queen All
Wool Undervests
$1.50   EACH.
Garments    with a  be
tinlsh, even and fli a . ���
knit, pure    wool,    ur
aide, shoulders doubli    .
ed, high neck, long sli i
silk  finished,    button    I
drawers    to    match,    ankle
length; open or cli sed Btyles
���per garment         $ 1.:jj
Special Out Sizes in
Underwear
We make a special tj ;
large out sizes, In
wear for women who weir
larger than usual sizes. We
place our orders months
ahead for these .-��� et au I
shapes Shown In heavy i ���
ton and unshrinkable wo I,
long or short s!< eve
ers to match.
Apron Muslins
White or  | lain  and : i
weaves.     This   lime
year   always   brings   B
demand for nice mui 111
aide     for     fancy     ai>i"ti- ���
what   is     more     appi
for    an    Inexpensive    X-   a
(lift.     ln   the   line In
are   many   new     din
checks   and     stripes.    FINE
CROSSBAR   and    STI
SWISS     MUSLINS.    SPOTTED  MUSLINS,  pli In
muslins,   etc.,   all     (| I
I er yard.  12V&C  to.. '^:
NEW   FALL   "BUTTERICK  FASHIONS"   AND   DELINEATORS   NOW ON SALE.    ASK TO SEE THEV
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
'        "Whv should I give my clean-
i
ing and dyeing    to    the    Royal
city   in    preference     to     ail
others?" was a question we
once had to answer. We didn't
tell, hut   showed  why.
We are i-lill serving that patron and will I"' .lad to show
you. The hest (leaning and dyeing works iii the city,
G.  F.  BALDWIN, Prop.
Phone FL278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goodH.
***************************************************'*\
! iKffi FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and  Csrllne.
pH0r.'�� 4"3
������������I
LYNE'S
lew and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
ADVERTISE   IN   TKE   DAILY   NEW.
**************************** a********************
If you want something choice for Today's Dm*
ner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast ot
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        - -        New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEW5J
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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