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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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NUMBER  222.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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TUES1  '-. .   m    SING, OCT(    I   I    ���
PRICK FIVE  CKN
IfllCS DEFEAT
(UBS IN FIRST GAME
ERRORS OF SLRVEYORS
!       ARE TO BE RECTIFIED
^iaker City Team Wallops
Chicagoans 4 to 1 Before
Immense Crowd.
New  Survey  of   City   Will    Be   Made
Within   Six   Months���Cost  of   Undertaking  May Reach $,6000.
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...  Oct.   17.���In   a    i lean
. i game the Phil   l<
���   ���       ���   will a:  last   be   survi $���< ..
'������ and all _  ubts a    ti   the limits
��� ground In the cits will
: ���  -���: ��� ' resi    The work will be done
by Ernest A. Cleveland   if the flrm of
.     ,..,���e ,hampio���.   de   Cleveland and Cai i ��� Vancom-er
.  4  to  1. in  tU   mm    ,n    ,.,,,.   wlth th    BurveTor ,
��� -   les to decide tbe world��        .        . lceB of ^   ^^^and
���     '  " n ,    jt,,, Work will oommeno  almost al once
,.   .veauness Behind Bat ,,���,  ���  _.���,  ,���   , J ��OMe
mnch-dtecuesed weak*  monthg| before |( u ^  ,   ��� ���'*
������   "al did not show It- ,.���., maj  ,.    ._ ., ,n     * Q
.  .    mas had the ban down t<\<.>velan.   estimates thai  It
ead of the runner each time   i e more
tried.   Only two attempts     For yeara ���i0re were mplctonith��t
th( surveys ol the citj ol New West-
mlnstei were at fault and during the
last few veurs the suspicions havo
grown Into certainty. Even on Carnarvon street some of the residents
|are encroaching on city propert) ami
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BIG STRIKE OVER
Paris. Oct. 17.���The railroad strike was formal- J
ly oalled off tonight. This was decided at a meeting- ���
of the strikers. Work will be resumed or\ all lines |
tomorrow. ���
health OFFICER IS IB1   MAYOR 10 BE AS! J
�����m wHto sp $2,000 f im
No   Deaths   From    Infectious    Disease
During   Months  of  July  and   August���Milk   Is  Good.
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PROMPT WORK SAVES   RECORD PRICE PAID
CITY HALL EROM EIRE    EOR BUSINESS BLOCK
hut   Mr
wlll not
According to the report ot the medical health officer Dr 3. El. Jones, foi
il e mi mi a of Jul) una August, there
is hut little contagh i dls< ise in the
citj al the present time. The following arc i  i   Btai Isi cs:
Finance Committee ^commends Drawing Up of
Cheque for R. A. & I.
.   both by Bchultc.
I ��� . . ��� hai >.iw the game was
gesl   that   ever  attended  a
,...        game  In  this  city.    The of-
: tlie attendance wns 86,-
.   total receipts (37,424.60.
jThe players wlll revive 120,209,23, a, the O,,,osut. Mt 0, llu, s(ree, t,)e
|d the club owners 112 472.82, and the city Is encroaching on some one else's
Ijtlonal commission I3742.4G of this property.
fcouni However,  when  the new Burvey  is
No Standing  Permitted. . made and  ���   fQund  ^   ^  make ^
The fall ire oi a record crowd to at- property owners conform to the new
nd was due partly to the Inability lines will work a hardship on them
thousands to obtain reserved seats the rights of the citv will not he en-
d to the lact that the police did not forced, even If thev legally may be
m.i: anj i ne to stand in the aisles: However, it is considered essential
���and. The National com-; that the survey should he made In order that no moie mistakes may occur. In some cases on the outskirts
of the city the lines are as much as
six  feet out. !
The new surveyor must start from
s-o.me of the oil monuments erected
by the Sappers here fifty years ago,
and witli them for a base construe! a
Blaze Starts   in   Publicity Columbia   Street  Property
Commissioner's Office, But    Changes Hands for $1180
Dlptherla
Measles
I Typhoid fever
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Per Foot.
k n had arranged to sell several
)....-.,:..: standing room tickets in the
L pavilion, but after eighty-eight of
|;.m had been disposed of the police
|,ii! down the sale.
Bender and   Baker  Start.
To Charles Albert Hender. the Chip-
ewa  Indian  pitcher,   and   to   Frank
WARNING OF STRIKERS
IS MIKING OF HOUSES
Fol
laker, third baseman, PhiladelphiaIcomplete new map of the city. Un-
Irgely owes iis victory. The "Chief" til the new survey is made the tm-
fever shi ��� i belter from than lie did Iprovements on many of the new
pen bi faci I the Chicago team to-1streets of the city must be necessarllj
lie i held hack for the hoard of works de-
Baker'i  contribution  was  liis  hard partmenl does not kno.w where to laj
Hd timely hitting. the sidewalks
"' Overa'l    Easy.
: .   '.: i:. ..ns found 0>erali rath-
ind after the third  inning
I       ���   ���    :i t- retired him ami sent
1       ���   Into the hox.     The   latter
I ��� pad.   the   Athletics    and
I  .    em  withoul   a  bit   until   the
I. .. when Baker hit to the
I   tfleld fence for two bai ee,
Only    Three    Hits.
Bender who won the only game the
MMel     took from the New Yoi k Na-
I ���   the world's Beries in 1905,
l     -i   he Chicago  men  bul   three
I ���      :,.    in   the   lirst    Inning   by
1    ti and two In the ninth and nol
pne Cul   n ached  Becond  base  until
the fli  . Inning,    it it  had nol been
for i e muffing of Tinker's foul fi) bj
the ninth Inning, tlie Cubs
���  been disposed of with bul  allow   .
t*    ! its,   as   the   little   shortstop   hit
|' ��� all  tor a clean  single and
i d ' u Btrunk's fumble.
Two Bases on Balls.
Ig  Indian  was as steady as a
I'     i and appeared to he the master
\*. ��� ���        ...e ol the game.    Besides
���getting only three hits, tne National.-;
u'"  ible to work blm for only two
lowing   Explosion   of   Pomhs.   Paris
Is Virtually  Placed  Under  Mar-
ti.il    Law.
Paris, Oct. it. Paris virtually <-:
under martial today following I lib
ouliages, believed to have ies ilted
from a refusal by Premier Brlajid to
demonstration of railroad
i Lrlkers In tbe Bote de Vlncennes,
one bomb partially wrecked the
home of ,M. Massard, director of La
Patrie, a newspaper oppotthg the
strike
The es pli lira also damage i lhe
home of Mme Sarah Bernhardt,which
joins that of Massard. Hy a Coincidence   none   were   Injured   In   the  ex
on balls and Schulte not both I pKwlon
���   in the fourth and the      A eecond bomb wai ! ' ���
I ��� ninth,
���  away with the first  in
The City hall had a narow escape
from a had fire ahout five o'clock yesterday afternoon Passershy noticed
clouds of smoke pouring from the
windows of the hoard of trade office
A fireman standing at the door of the
fire hall was one of the first to notice that  anything was wrong.
On entering the publicity commissioner's viffice. which Is at the front
of the building, where the mayor's office used to be last year, it was found
that the floor beneath the desk was
on fire. A mat was Mating merrily.
The firemen pul the blaie out with
the use of the hand chemical appar*
atus, although thej had to cul away
the hour to gel at the smoldering
v. ��� od.
Chief  Watson   who an ived  on  the
scene ai   the start, stated  that  If the
BOOr   had   nol   heen   a   double   OttC   eon-
ite.ahle   damaie   might    hav,    resulted   I efoie   ||   was   pul   OUl      Tl e   up] ��� '
floor has g layer ot rani between 11
bj d the nes I la; i boat da and thai
iftvi i  the  blai e fi un spi oadlng  i u
Idly,
Tha bl ise Was prob ibly stui ted
early In the afternoon by some one
throwing n matoh or lighted eigai on
the mai underneath the desk. During the afternoon the men working In
lhe engineer'^ office smell smoke, hut
though! thai 11 was coming from Hie
rumaCe and i'i1 m>t pay nny attention
to It.
During the i (ogress of the fire Mayor |,p��, played in his office. bbllVloUS
lo the fart thai his temporary home
was   In   grave   danger        II*   did   nol
know there was anything wrong until
It   was all over.
Total        in
For September���
Dlptherla     ....'.  i
Measles          2
Scai let ina        \
Typhoid  fever    16
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The highest mark ve; set for husiness property on Columbia street is
$11 so per foot frontage, this figure
having heen paid vrsw-rday for the
land at the corner of Begbie street, a
block Sixty-six feet hy 132 heing acquired hy a. R, Snelgrove, oi Chilliwack, for $T8,000.
.1 O. Gamon's cigar store. .1 H. Diamond barber shop, the . lar candy
store. K. Crake's Jewelry stoie. ��nd J.
N. Mtehison's tailor shop are on the
property In question, the buildings heing owned jointly by .1 <;. tlamon and
V. T. Howler. One condition ol the
ground lease is that the buildings
must lie torn down within three
months of a . iv en notice
The land transferred yestei laj was
toi mei iv    go\ ei nm< nl   pi opei ty,   bul
mu e  months   ago  waB   acquired  h>
.lohn  Ueid, Robert   Kennedy,   v.  \\
Hale and othei a foi $46,000, the property   standing   In   the   name   ot   Mr.
p, ifl, ha having condui te I the hego-
Ll ,i  ine i Ith the go.i  btnl   '
.lie transfer bf the property was ne
gotlated by F J Haft fr Co. foi the
bui ei
Total       16     .      i\
It may he seen from these tables
that there have heen no deaths from
Infectious diseases for the past two
months, which ls an enviable record
for any city in Canada. During the]
past month there were a large number of typhoid cases, hut there has
heen a general epidemic all over the
west. There have been thirty or thirty-five cases of the disease treatei in
New Westminster, bul they nearly all
came from outside points
During  August and  September the
B1 evening tl c citj i unci! hehl
the shortesl B<?BBlon that it haa heen
its privilege to enjoy for a long time
The council adjourned before ten
o'clock, which is the earllesi ''
dei men have finished their Work for
a Ioiil  ii    ���
The meeting was not particularly;
Interesting. The Mayor Lee-R. A. k
1. society emhrogiio advance 1 anon the siaLc, The matter came up in
repon by the fttiance committee.
Tiie finance committee re.ommen led
that a cheque for $2000 In FavOf oi
the H. A. fi I. society he drawn ur>
and presented to the mayor for sIru-.-
ture.
In commenting on the subject Mayor l.ee stated that a great deal had
heen put info the incident that was
not Intended. He did not want (h_
thing to he taken as a personal matter, as some people were Inclined to
take it. Statements both unfortunate
and unfair had been uttered at the
meeting of the R. A. ft I, society.
These remarks had been allowe 1 to
pass   unchallenged   and  tlnm  become
medical  health  officer made repeated  part  of th.e proceedings of the meet.
tests of samples of milk s >ld by the
different vehdors of the city and
found them satisfactory and up to the
required standard.
Betting  on  Big  Games.
Chicago,  Oct.   it.-���Tonightoddbol
to l  were offered that Chicago would
w iii    tomorrow s    game,    with    e' i tl
monej thai the National le igue takes
the   1 eniialit.
HOMES OF PWOTRS
lng.    lf th.e board of control or   the
executive or the directors of th�� institution withdrew those remarks and
thus expunged them from the proceed
iiiac of the ineeting, he would bo Bai
isfied and would sitin ibe cheque.
Anxious to  Help Society.
No'one is more anxious to help tb"
R. A   *.- I   society than 1 am." stated
hs   worship.    "But   ll   is   unfortunal
thai "dues 0f .. | j nature filter
into son" of the proceedings In New
MTftl'Vn UVPPU TUH   Westmlnstei     There  Is  ho  i
lUljiNIJ  UiNliLll   IftttUeeling In  my action.    Here '      ���    i
- ���     to -y an I I do Ant -��� ���
to stand for ir. Ler thc directors with-
Qd kenned.   Bros, for the sell  j Mystery of Disappearance   of   George jrlraw the remarks as part of the pro-
Blake,   Father   and   Son,   Believed
to   Be  Cleared   Up.
lua    syndicate.      The    Westminster
Trust company, Which was repotted to
have purchased the lan I. Is net Interested In the deal Mr. Snelarove. the
purchaser,   has    been    a    resident    of
Chilliwack   for   several   months,   com-        , ,,,,   ������.,,,.,.     ,   .        .    ,.        	
lng otieimillv   tl-ota Fort  William     Ile        . ,,'
..     i..,.,..u).   i.,    ii,u   under a fa  en  tree on  the shores ol
has  other   property   interests  ln    the
distrlcl ScOtt   Creek,  near  the  head   of Pitt
It   is   Mr.   Bnelgrorfi'S   intention   to j lake,  Is supposed  to  have  cleared   up
ei eet a Six-Story busltteus block on the Uhfe   mystery   which   surrounded   the
ppP he !,H. just bought, and as he Is
anxious to proceed with this pa" '
|jjs ���j.-iiptpp as soon as possible, notice
disappearance    of    two    prospectors,
George Blake arid his son George, who
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to  Vacate  will  he given  all  the  ten-; have been missing since last May.
ants on the ground at once.   Although     ���[���),? finding of the bodies was   re-
plahs   for  the  building   are   ""'    yet   ported to the ptovtnclnl police on Snt-
eomnleted    the   piorosal   is   to    have, ,   . ,
stores  on  the  grtXd  floor, business \^ *��' febvernmehf engineers, who
Offices on the second floor, and the re-  had not disturbed the bodies, but the
expected that at least three of:maining four stories fixed up as apart-  efforts of Constahle  Wllkie were  un-
BIBLE   CLASSES   WILL
BANQUET   IN   VANCOUVER
nes quarter and one man was Injured.
On  Massatd's door was found a card   .
I        ��� -  ape   thou .li Collins ain-  reading: . ,     .
"This Is the strikers   flrst Warning
The   police   have   arrested    120    an
arcbiata on suspicion of having plot- ^ Me      Mwn
tc i the ontragei
to   find    the
the  Bible classes of the city  will  golmehtS.    The  building  is  expected  to I availing   in   an   attempt
ito   Vancouver   on   Thursday   night   tO coat in the neighborhood of $75,000.     | ..t���rdav
Provincial i Negotiations for the sale of the prop-   I"-"?        Bl"u ""''
He went to the lake again yester-
: ' ���   - ot  into deep trouble in
���������   the home team bat-
tl ree I its  one a double.
save a base on balls in 'his
III   the   third   he   was   found
i  ible.
Baker'.    Fine    Hitting.
. in Baker wa.-, the only
������������:; i to get more than
u led on tke I 'H for
i and a sh orlng one
an:  sending   6   ne two
tal    I four    Lord waa
. ta ex
Sunday Bchool association. Those who erty had heen pending for some time
will   go  from   here are   the   Raracci   an(i   ir   had   heen   practically  decided.  rj_y and will be hack today.    Until he
class   of   Olivet   Baptist    church,   the  |���  f|,e  event   of  the  sale   not   aoing  returns \t Will he not known definitely
Class   of    the    Methodist i through,   fo   htiild   a    modern    opera
feedings of fheir tr.peting and  the affair will then he reduced to a personal
matter and  I  wltl  not  object  to signing the cherjue.    But as matters stand
now  I  refuse  to sign the cheque."
Alderman Gilley���"Where Is the insult'.'"
Mayor i.ee���--'.\i-::'i the papers
Alderm:-" Gilley - "I did read them,
but cou!'! riot fin I I :<��� Insult."
Mayor Lee���"I did.   I know vour attitude. Aklcrman ''illey. and I do not
blame you for askiiig the f|uesticn."
No  Improve nent Just  Yet.
From last night's developments it
seems that the Second street local improvement plan will be abandoned.
The assessment commissioner reported that two petitions had been received against the work. The first
wns signe. hy people representing
about one-third of the property vain ��
Impatient,   was
if the bodies are those of the Blakes.
,<;M running ��� itch
:!    . |   m irphj 's
Innlog   ind se
:��� iker ..nd  Barry, th ..,
lensatl vi;U.
���   3ne  Stolen  Base.
iae stolen was by   M ir
li ued   second   base  on   a
sd  ball  wliich   Kling  could
vn in lim,-  far a try to
a |
e;g    Biignies8    i-v   Seats.
leai liera were tllleii tvvo hours
e same began, several tJiou��
'" si ent  most of the night
-'���nes of ihe park  to gel    go-id
the  crowd   becoming
veiling   "p!a-,    b ill!
b '.v tfl na,ii:        eed to permit the
o ;. ,, .��� ���  eir  cameras
.        r ,.      ,; '-��� and   he!,ind   ftrst
,,r. i  rmrd  b net     Bender  was given
i   ovation     Pfls  great   rec-
;  for tl ���' se ison waa remembered
iwd   i   '���   the   i"' ladi
,. .   iet i ed onfldentl
U��vlng thai tbe ��� iaef would continue
. i . re it foriYi
The   Gan-.e   Stirt.'.
.,-, icard  the   ih"-'   nan   up  fouled
o-T ihe ftrst hall pitched an l (he crow I
 ired     i" a nexl  waa a **yiit(- and ,���
with two more heaves of the Indian's\*
and  protested   against,  the   work   irr
i    and   the   Bible   class   of   the , house on that corner.    The takir ���.  Up   "  ' "r """'"'".!, ]'.'t^ r.,_m'7nr rtntht    general:   the   second   was   signed   hy
Presbyterian church. ior' his option by  Mr. Snelgrove, how- ; However there .s little room for do.iht. .^  ^^ ^^ q( ^^
Sunday  schools from all over the ever, effectively disposes of the pro- as ho two other tn6n have been report- Urg and objected to the Hassan pave-
province   will   he   represented   ar   the ; posed opera  house, for the time being   p)  ml8sJn��
convention, which will he the largest   .���  any rate, as be is of the opinion
held by the association,   ft fa ex- that   he  can    realize   hotter  returns
t that between/our and five hun- from a buslnees block than from   a
lelegates vvill gather in O'Brien  theatre.
hall at the banquet
Bach class will carry a banner b  i
:ie  name   anl   city   of  the  class
,,-,,! the march through   the   streets
, tea ,.' i, e after the banq    -
to be io interesting s; :
Senator Ray Gets Office.
Kdmonton.   Ocl -' ' Bay
I Don Inion comn
��� for the    rown.
[ment  and  asUed  for  macadam.    The
The   Blakes   lived  at  Coquitlam  for'two together make considerably  more
some time, and  were  well  kno>vn  in H the required
tlie district.
couver.
Mrs. Blake lives in van-
Dr,
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,,-������. tire batter went oui on
Btiikes. Shulte, the nexi man up
sent a chili through the crowd by
shooting a clean single to left. Then.
on the thai ball pitched, Shulte started for Becond and was headed off by
Thomas' beautiful Ktrow, ffoftnar)
was an easy out
in  the  Athletics half,  Strunk  and
I on!   were  easv   OUtSi   mil   ColllttS  Illl
GolllnB,   like   Schute,   wenl
tn   the  lirst   ball   pitched   and
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Winnipeg, Oct 1?.���typhoid   ��� ���
fever has  broken out  ai   the
.:,, ey   River  refugee  camps.
Many  deaths  and   hundreds  of
cases are reported;
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Lieut.-Governor   McGregor.
Halifax.  N.  S., Oct    IT-   Sen-
atov   McGregor   t'hte   afternooti
announced that he had accepted fhe ofllce of lieutenant- go'
em iv of  Nova Scotia.
Left $3.000.0'W.
M mtreal,   Oct.   17.���The   let
waa  i m-i\ w |  today,  left  an   c
.. i at Hue ��� mil i m dollars. He
lefl lar-e i,e [u6sts to McGHl and Laval  universities.
the work from going ahead. Tho
whole thing was refened to the city
solicitor for report Mayor l.ee ex-
ed his regrel at the turn affairs
had taken an.l remarked that an entirely new schemi   would have to bo
UNAUTHORIZED PROMISE
SHOULD DE CARRIED OUT
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the
1 ; md sold Wiem at from $3 to
ich,
Late   In  Starting.
'" same was into iii startin. . j
���  ong conference over ground
owing io the crowd in the Held;
the question   of permitting
Picture men nn the Held  when
to
���   the   ground,    enterprising  ,
lera  whose  homes overlook- J?  '"
."      r'"""1    .cher sea, s| on   ^"Vdeidly   IWH   had   the   hall
a ond ahead of him by a good turn
gin.
-  ������  ��� ����� Second   Inning.
hie    , ,':'���'.'.;m,"..*:hl l;"" in ^���"',in��;1    Chicago was easily dispose.
if in
ml Stein-
mil 7.\lll-
Whereabouts of Airship America Unknown;
Wireless Operators Cannot Raise tfW"
8'inie was  iii  progress.    Umpire
who dln-fiod  the   buse deol��
t "deio-t   the   llliotogi-aphers   off
They refused to ao and up-
" '   '"   "an   lohmuin.   presl lent   of
,���,''      loan   leagu,,,   who   ,vas   in   a
���,, ''mam summoned fmplro Com
���, !! ""l told him ihat the moving
;,���,'"" '"en had permission oT'ilie \'a-
''ommiMrton to operate their ma-
ger n 0Day aoqulasoed, bul Mann-
bebi e "t'tected to the maoHlHM
. ..n8 hiiced behind the plate.    Then
,���-,, Beoond inning; Chauce
reldl going out on groundei
merman on n foul lly.
Baker   the Ih'si   man  up for   1 hlla-
,teiphia.   broughl   'he   a tators   to
moir feel by a iwo-imgger into the
lefl Held crowd and was sent to third
on Davis1 pretty sacrltie, Baker
goored on Murhpy's single to left
Hats weni into the air: horns were
mown and a lerrllllc din set In aB
Bhoristop Barry came to bnt. Overall
appeared unsteady and in fl high pitch
ilint Kling .inst managed to reach,
MUCPhy stole second. He advanced to
third  on  Harry's ont.    Thomas drew
note minutes of .waiting awl
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(Continued on Page Bight.)
ritchhui.;. Mass.. Oct. 17.���West-
bound Ulantic liners which have been
tn iouch with each other all day re-
,ori having heard absolutely no news
of the Wellman aerial expedition
which sailed on Saturday for Europe.
Every effort has heen made hy the
wlrlesB operators to locate the dlrl-
,.ihle but without aueceBB. "W." the
prearranged call for the American airship has been waved skywards almost continually for the past twenty-
four hours without any operator catching a reply.
The llrst ship to report to the wireless station here wbb the Finland, 110
miles east of Nantucket, her message
coming in at nine o'clock this morning Then came similar reports of
non-success from the Maine, bound- for
Philadelphia, the Ryndan and the
Kronprlnz Willielm. hound for N'ew
York.
The unofficial opinion of wireless
operators is that if the America Is
still afloat she must have been within
reach of some calls sent out, as ships
scattered over hunreds of miles tried
all dny to get Into communication
with the aerial craft
A theory has been put forward to
account for the silence, lt Is that
the America may bo running befoie
the wind with the power shut off and
husbanding all reserve strength for
possible crucial need.
Hope for the Bafety of Wellman and
Newspaper Man Suicides.
Xolson.   B.   C   6<St.   17-Word   was
! receive I here this c cninu of the sui-
! cide   at    Prince    Rupert    of    Charles
Gati s,   a   pioneer   newspaper  man   of
this eiiy.    Gates  iel't   this  place early
Mon lay for the cost.    He came to Ne'.-
ison in the early nineties and was one
lof the founders of the Nelson Tribune,
now defunct.
Sports  Who   Have   Purchased  Tickets
for   Shamrock   Srroker   Would    Re-
s nt Failure of Locals to Appear..
,1. C. Thomas, representing the
Shamrock Lacrosse team, was in Mie
city yesterday trying to make aringe-
nients from the indoor lacrosse match
which has heen advertised to take
place in the horse show building iti
Vancouver tonight.
Even after his visit things are just
as Indefinite today as tliey gere before, it is highly probable that a
team of seven men will go from hare;.
but who they are ls not known yet.
Some members of tbe team ceuuinly
promised   the   Shatnorck   represents.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Women's Auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian hospital was held yesterday afternoon in the board of trade
room, President.  Mrs. A.  M.  Herring
occupying the chair. Mesdames T.' tlves that they would be there and for
S. Scoular and L. McQuarrie were the reputation of the lacrosse club-
appointed represenatives of the aux-1 seven of them ought to go over, even
lliary on the visiting committee of the though the promise was male by
board     of    management    for     next  some one without authority.
Mr. Thomas said yesterday that ir
he could not get a team to come hero.
he would try and scrape one up in
month.   It was decided to place about
a dozen contribution boxes In public
his companions has not yet been aban-1 places In the city . where a mute ap-
done:l, but a message from his craft  peal for support will be made to the  Vancouver   and   not  disappoint  Ui*
would relieve a great deal of anxiety. I public.      . .   .  _. , spectators.    .
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���GIRL   Olt
general downstairs
jilhin cook.    Apply
*\\*. Royal avenue.
WOMAN FOK
work; must be
Mrs.  Dr. Jones,
WILL BUY REASONABLY PRICED
acreage in vicinity of Westminster,
also ieal estate or farm land. Owner
must take high class industrial
stock in deal. Address P. O. Box
iif*. Seattle, Wash.
WILL SHE TWO LADIES WHO WIT-
nessed the assault ot two men on
;he night of the fifth inst., on leav-
inv tlte Scotch concert, at about
10:86 o'clock, on Agnes anil Lorne
streets, communicate witli P. O.
Box 514 and greatly oblige the
abused.
REAL   ESTATE
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head Office       -       451  Columbia St
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
Branch Office     - Kamloops, B.C
MODERN houses in Edinburgh, Henley an.i Dublin streets, from $2450
and up. This is in the modernized
part of the city. Cement, sidewalks
and a block    from   th.e    care    line.
(264-C.)
WANTKD���BY YOUNG LADY, SITU-
ation as clerk in store. Address L.
S.. Daily News.
WANTED���A YOUNG WOMAN AT
once; good wages to the right person.    Apply Royal City dye works.
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
girl for general housework. Good
wajes to the right girl. Apply 320
Second street.
LOTS on Edinburgh, Henley, Dublin
ancl London streel; some of the
choicest. (261-0.)
SEVENTH avenue lot, close to car
line; price $800; one-third cash, balance six and twelve months. (2titi-C.)
OYSTERS ARE TRAINED
TO PRODUCE PEARLS
Professor  Bashford, of Columbia  University, Announces  Fast  Before
Aquarium Society.
NANAIMO street, cleared new lot;
f!'50; one-third cash, balance six
and twelve months. (251-C.)
WANTED���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vic-
iisity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
W AN TED ��� H O U S E K E B PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GKNKRAL
bonsework and plain cooking. Apply 125 Third avenue.
THIRD avenue, Burnaby, new house
and two lots, only $1400; $400 caah,
balance to arrange. (223-C.)
HAMILTON street lot between Sixth
and Eighth streets, cleared, only,
$750; $.100 cash, balance six, twelve
and eighteen  months.
FIVE ACRES in the Kennedy subdivision, close to car line. Price
$210 per acre. One-third cash, balance six and twelve months.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
8, prairie land. Price $125 per acre;
one-third caah, balance one and
two years. (204-A.)
THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
5 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house and barn;
New York, Oct. IV.���A man in Japan
has round out how to train oysters to ;
produce $200 pearls to order at a cosi I
of $2 each, was the announcement
made by Professor Bashford. dean of
I Columbia university, at tlie convention in the Aquarium of tbe American
Fisheries society.
"In a small harbor fifty miles south ;
of Tokyo," said  the dean,    "Dr.    N. i
Nishikawa learned the secret of making pearl oysters grow real  pehtls to \
order.   The secret is being kept so as i
not to hurt the market value of pearls.
When 1 was in    tlie    University    of
Japan the emperor    opened    one    of
these oysters and took out a perfect I
spheroidal pearl.    1 do not know thei
process,   but   I   surmise   the  pearl  is,
formed by introducing scientifically a [
piece o.f mother of pearl into the shell.
around   wliich   the  pea. J   is   formed,
taking  the  place of the  worm  which '
CITY    VOTERS"   LIST.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1910 has
been completed and thai the same
may be seen al this offlce for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to he added to
the said Voters' List, or any elector
who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom, must prefer his or
,her request in writing, si-nod with his
or her name, and shall deliver or
'cause same to he delivered to the City
'Clerk within the time herein before
: specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City  Clerk's   Ollice.   New   Westminster  B. ('.. October 15. 1910.
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the Local
Improvement General Bylaw, 1909, notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for local improvements on
Columbia sireet from the east line of
Fourth street to the west line of Leopold Place is open for inspection at
the ofllce of the Assessment Commissioner in the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person intereste I in
any of the properties Included therein
to
Scntjto Approval A,
To RBSPON. IBI.8 Pi-oi'U-    '* r'W
Laughlin gp
FOUNTAIN PEN ||1
ami jpjf.
RED GEM
U/*e Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
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These
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for on!"
Posi
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to ani
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nature uses to form the core of the  desires
naturally grown pearl. i"lp'"   *���
"The only  way    to    disclose    this
would be to cut into one of the pearls, ^^^^
but that would be an expensive way to | the undersigned in  writing
tract a hint of the secret, and even i
Tiffany   might   hesitate   to   destroy  a
fine looking pearl for that purpose."
The convention passed a resolution j
I in favor of an    open season through- k
out the year for the sale of cultivated!
appeal   from   such   assess-
ould within the period of i
eleven   ill)   days  from the  first   pub-I
lication of this notice, give notice to
In-1
Ins
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TJflKMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR SALE���$100 SECURES A NEW
modern four or five roomed cottage,
close to car line, 50x100 foot lots.
Enquire British Canadian Securities,
Columbia street, T. R. Pearson,
manager.   Phone 708.
FOJt SALE ��� SUBURBAN HOME
comprising six ur seven.acres right
cn the interurban car line between
Central Park and Westminster.
Good nine roomed bungalow, excellent water and windmill, large
sheds. The land is all cleared and
there are a quantity of fruits of
bearing age. This Is one of the
most convenient along the line and
���we can recommend it. Price $13,500;
$4500 cash, balance on terms. E. N.
Sutherland, Merchants bank build-
ins. New Westminster.
good  water.    Price $270  per    acre, i
Terms     over     eighteen      months, j
(175-A.) I
trout.
1910
FIFTY acres in section 32, block 5
north, range 2 west, N. W. D.; absolutely the best subdividing proposition in Port Mann district today. Why ? The terms are one-
fifth cash, and the balance ever
TEN YEARS, with interest at 6 per
cent. (221-A.)
William E3, Median, of Hani
burg, Pa., was elected  president    of j,
the society;  vice-president, Samuel F 'rnAcT
Fullerton, St. Paul; secretaries. Ward  UOAST
T.  Bower, Ethel  M. Smith    and    Dr.
Hugh   M.  Smith.   Washington;   treas-1     IaKe nntlce
urer,  E.  W.  Willard,  Westerly,  K.
tent ion   to  appeal.
Dated  tlie   15th  day  of October,   A.
[)., L910.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Date of lirst publication October 17,
LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
lautraUtfni **������ tx*cl_b_u
Kvery pen guaranteed
full U Kt. Solid Conl���cut
od ii-fi-at Juiiil i.tay \*t- had
in   either our   ktandard
Mack opaque pattern, ur
Nrm-breafcaMc  Tt��nsp__i ���
em, as (Icaired, either  in)
plain or etigravcd fin Uli,
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V -n  r n*  Xl ���   t-    I *-.:i   t   ITMk,
If TOU dtflltn ' i  ���'    * *.i !"[   : "r.itU  J.
a i riii-r   . rtlirlt Irjni. y-*n oun ri~
fun f��r uui iin* nut truiAL
rani Id iV* olb*t in**.** it ><��!
entire!)    I at '.ftt&UttJ   tu ffiory   **���
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CrrOH i��'t li our fft.tiK.il and J
Popular  Hk  Ola   In.   PtuoU,
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Ih_    r��nt��d    it,    ftuy    |m��-Hi*ii     i
iwk.*�� oi ibopplni lar. WrllM '
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point, fynUhwJ Tulc��nf/��<1 r*.Mh*��
mm, %*��������� cott*  finish,    hum-
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Dttrott, Wlxk
AND .EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
A T
MOREYS
665���Columbia Street���-665
New Westminster, B. C
that I, William  Robert I
j iDick,  of  Vancouver,   B.C.,  occupation
      - 'jreal estate dealer, intend to apply for
COLONIZATION SCrtZME | permission to lease 200 acres of land
FOR EDMONTON DISTRICT | hounded as follows:    Commencing at
a post planted at the east side of the
Try   a   "WANT"   ad
It win bring results.
in   The   .News
FOR SA LB���FIVE ACRES IN* CITY
limit, alt cleared, $700 per acre for
this month $1500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOR SALE���CASH REGISTER. 18
inches wide, double key board, first
class condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Reid. Columbia stieet, next to
tram office.
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $1100 per acre;
$3000 cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months at 7 per cent, interest. (222-A.)
SURREY
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 19, township 2. $200 per
acre; one-third cash, balanco six and
twelve months at 7 ��er    cent.    In
terest.
(201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8. on Newton road. $15�� per acre
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300.
balance $20 per month. Box W. S.,
Daily News.
FOn SALE OR RENT BY 'OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Lang ley districts, cleared and ia a high state
of cultivation; tram line running
through the property; good roads
on all sides. Pilce $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have recetved some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office 451  Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office ���     Kamloops, B.C.
extreme heai  of the north    arm    ofl
Dralney's Inlet, thence east 40 chains, !
thence  south  50  chains,  thence  west |
. - ,,.,      __|��� f ..���,'! j in cliains, thence north  50 chains to
i large number of W isconsln fanners i
Edmonton, Oct.  17.���A  colonization
scheme for    the    Edmonton    district, j
which will result in the settlement of
on land east of the city, is being pro-1
jected by a party of eleven Wisconsin
land buyers, who are visiting tlie city
today,   and   who   were   brought   here
yesterday by H. M. Kenny, represent-1
ing a big land company of Wisconsin.!
The party of Wisconsin men will
purchase several thousand acres in
the Edmonton district, which tliey will i
retail out to farmers from their state, |
with whom they have been In touch
for some time, and whom they will
send to Edmonton next year to settle
on tlie land. The buyers represent a
large community of farmers in Wisconsin who are anxious to come to
Alberta.
Mr. Kenny, who brought the buyers
to Edmonton, represents a land company that has been operating for a
good many years near Humboldt,
Sask., hut which is now turning it.s .
attention to the Edmonton district, j
where Its representatives' are preparing to purchase large Slocks of land
for colonization   purposes.
It is tlie intention of Mr. Kenny to
return to the city In two weeks' time
with another party of land
post    of commencement.    Purpose for
which it is required, quarrying,
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 27th, 1010.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
Take Notice that I, William  Robert
j Dick, of Vancouver, B, C, occupation,
'real estate dealer, intend to apply for
' permission to lease 500 acres of land
j bounded as follows:    Commencing at
a  post   planted  200  yards  above tide
water on the river entering the head
of  Dralney's  inlet,  thence  north   100
chains, thence west 50 chains, tlience
south   100    cliains.    tlience    east    50
"hains to post of commencement. Purpose for which It is required
inu.
WILLIAM  ROBERT DIt
Dated September 2_th. 1010.
quarry
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATED CREAM
Thrre in nothing ��o pool for th** bftby
d**. t Charles Ctc^m. Thc refttltt of
Bn.~Iy.sis hy prominent exi>ert chrmisls
ShowsUlftt ..t.CharlesCream.when properly reduced with pur* 1>yII<m1 watrr,
U al*. lost identical in every respe*. with
human milk. It differ* from other
milk products in that it i& stcrilired by
heat ..lune.
St. Charles Cream does not curdle when
used on acidulous fruits and imparts!
rich, delicate flavor. It is
huniianl7*Hl milk. It is
not only besi for mother
ond infant���it is better
than the brst ordinary
milk for all purposes.
Sold hy he*t RTocers
everywhere.
ST.  CHARLES  CON
DCNSING    COMPANY,
Ingersoll. -      Ont
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waten
Manufactured
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.c,
Telephone  R 113. Office:  PrlncenJI
ouyers.
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���A FURNISHED BED-
roorn near library.   701! Agnes st.
*X>R RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
froat bedroom, modern conveniences; no children; suitable for one
or two gentlemen. 424 Third avenue.
TO RENT���A LARGE  FRONT  BED-
rooni. furnished. Apply Arrow Press,
street,    near    Daily
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Pa per hangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER
WORKMAN'S PARADISE.
Phone 567.
B. C.
MS    Victoria
News.
TO RENT-LARGE WELL FURN-
isfced front bedroom, suitahle for
two gentlemen. Apply Box J. S.,
Daily News.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and  Modern  Building Construction.    Telephone 806.
Room  13  Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
i:<?r Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT
**\:t.*lr   719  T'O'V  �����������'
room TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 2;',:; Kth St.
IX) RENT ��� NICELY FURNISHED
room suitahle for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 12!) Tenth
**i ******
NOTICE.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
jdy upstairs Trapp block, corner
��V<>i"rnM��  st'en'  wu'l Clarkson
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. "tO'.i Third avenue. Apply
after fi p. ni. or between 0 a. m. and
5 p.  m. at Room  14. ti23 Columbia
*-tVttr-t,
HOUSEHOLD   VOTERS.
Applications to he placed on the
supplementary voters' list for the City
of New Westminster will be received
by the ondersigned up to November
1st. 1910.
Applicants must be British subjects
sit tbe fulf ag�� of twenty-one yci/s
and have been residents of tl.e city six
months immediately preceding the
date of application, and have during
that time paid as a householder a
Tental of not less than one hundred
doftera a year.
W. A. DUNCAN,
���  City Clerk.
N'OTICE IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  that
The Corporation of tlie City of New
Westminster  has  deposited   with  the'
Minister  of  Public.  Works at  Ottawa'
md in the oince of the    Registrar of
deeds for tlie Distiict of New  Westminster,   Hritish   Columbia,   at   New!
West minster  plan  and  description  of
'he   proposed   site    for    laying    steel
pipe   line   or   water   main   under   the
north anu of the Eraser River in the
Province of British Columbia, and after one month from the flrsl   publication hereof will apply to the Governor
in Council for approval there of.
DATED this Third day of October,
1010. \V. A. DUNCAN,
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation   of   tlie   City    of    New
Westminster.
That Is the Way Jutfge Granthan De
scribes Canada.
London, Oct. 17.���Judge Grantham,
speaking at Lomes, oa bis recent visit
to Canada, said Canada was the work-
ingman's paradise, where there were
no idlers, no unemployed and unemployable, witli work and iiappiness for
all. Many Canadians complained bitterly that the mother country would
do nothing to assist tlieir econoinic
difficulties and financial arrangements, treating them no better than
her commercial enemies. There was
a danger of losing Canada to tiie empire if she was deceived by the temping bait of reciprocity. Granham said
that Canadian railwaymen and miners
had sent hy him the message of their
fellow-workers in Britain: "Give up
your false prl.le in strength of numbers; you are fighting for shadows
and losing the substance; you are
killing the bird that lays the golden
eggs; the capitalist is your greatest
friend; lie is the only man who can
create work; without work you cannot
live: help him and do not thwart him
at every turn."
FOR STEALING BANANA, 2 YEARS
NOTICE.
The Corporation of the City of New
Westminster has deposited wiih tne
Minister of Public Works nt. Ottawa
ind ln the offlce of the Registrar of
Heeds for the District of New Westminster, British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of
the proposed site for laying steel
nlpe line or water main under the
Brunette river in the Province of
British Columbia, and after one
month from the flrst publication hereof will apply to the Governor in
Council  for approval  thereof.
Dated this Third day   of   October,
1910.
Alleged  Jocular  Performance  Ends
a Heavy Sentence.
Me lia, Pa., Oct. 17.���For ste 'ling a
banana from n huckstei wagon. Frank
Pennewell, of Chester, was sentence:!
by .ludge Isaac Johnson to two years
In the < ounty .h'il al  Media,    It  was |
lather an expensive banana for Frank
and   besides,  lie  says  he  tool;   ii   just
for a joke.   The banana was the pro-
I petty of Henry Tilden, who also accused Pennewell of assault and battery.
Pennewell pleaded guilty to stealing
the fruit, but denied the assault.    lie
|dld not get to even tasting the banana
and be will prnjiably not have an opportunity to enjoy this fruit for some
time, as bananas are not on the menu
card at the Media Jail.
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of theif
laage and strong bank-
ing organization.
Interest is paid on Saving*
Balances half-yearly,
'���'siness   Accounts   opened
on favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW
WESTMINSTE.!,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.  C.
White Star-Dominioil
Canadian Service
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebec���Liverpool.
D��minl��n   Oct. SI
Laurentic    Oct, 211
(Xew. triple screw, 14,RH- tons,)
Canada Nov. 5
Megantic  ............. Nov. tt
Dominion Nov. H
Portland���Halifax���Liv<
(Christmas Bailing!
Laurentic  	
Canada   	
Tlie  Laurentic and     Men
new White Star si.-ih.ms    :
and   mont    modern   fiom
IxirtH.
��� pool.
Dec.!
Dec. H
ntlc  ***
t elarjeil
Canadltf
For  rates,
tpply to
berth
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W.  F.  BUTCHER,  Agent  G. N.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C.  P. A.,
61D Second Avenue, Sed
:,':,fit.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Westminster.
Turkey    Faces    Financial    Crisis.
Constantinople, Oct. 17.���Tlib Turkish government Is facing a linancla
crisis. Three members of the cabinet resigned today because of complications over tlie army budget. The
retiring ministers are David Hey, finance; Mahmoud Schefket Pasha,
war, and Lalaat Hey, Interior.
Fresh Trouble in Nicaragua.
New Orleans,    La., Oct.  17.���News
has    reached    here    from    Managua.
Nicaragua,  that  disorder  has   broken
out anew In the capital, and that fre-
  ���  j ouent rioting is occurring.   According
Corporation of the   City   of   New  to these advices the situation has he-
come critical.
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xmas work. We have
jjgt received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.   All in the Newest Designs.
a: j. birtch
The White House 617 Columbia Street
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Green Cut Bone to! Make
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For all klndi
JOB   PRIINT
Phone 69
or leave orders nt
The   Arrow   P**3*
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro-
near The Dally News Co., ��09 v
flctorl*
Street.
Try   . "WANT" ad In   The
It sill ferlB| result*
���ai~**^>mir **r***l ESD
AY. OCTOBER  18, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THnffFT-
Xh of Montreal
***���  ..    .oil
ANOTHER   BIG  GIFT
EY ROCKEFELLER
ESTA3LISHED 1817
rAL           11,000,000.00
rVE   	
New York, Oct. 17.���It was announi
$14,400,000.00 ed thai John D. Rockefeller would this
fternoon   give' the   Rockefeller   In-
Panada    and s''!:"e for medical  research an ad;'.i-
LADY EILEEN ELLIOT
I      TO 60 ON STAGE
Inches thror��no��n  London,  Eng- tional   $3,820,000,   bringing  his  dom
��undlvnrk Chicago and Spokane, tions to this Institution up to an af
fvfa'dco  City-     A   general   gregate of |0, ,000.
ftnd iineee    transacted.    Let-|
avallahle
New
of (
si
bus
redit issued.
ondents in   al
^^     wilh
parts of   the
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Private Letter States Step
Decided On Despite Lord
Minto's Opposition.
, 'JS over 1188.000.0011.00
btal   ASSCin ^
-W  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G   D. BllYMNl���. Manager.
Westminster
rasisf er Co.
Re Ids 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, JC, 17
;md 18, block 12 of section 3, block 3,
North range 7, west in the district of
i New Westminster.
WHEREAS proof of the loss of cer-
tiflcate of title number 3379F, Issued
in the nan e of Sarah Micbie has been
Uile.l In this offlce.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY  GIVEN that
I shall, al the expiration of one month
from the date of the flrsl publication
| hereof, In a dall>  newspaper published in the city of Now Westminster, is
New York, Oct. 17.���The London
coi respondent ot t! e American cal U s
as follows: Lad> Lileen Elliott, the
eldeet d . liter or the Earl of Mint i,
! v Icei oj ��� ; India, has announced I er
i etc :. inai lon to go on the pi ��� "���-
sional :������; ige in Lon lon.
The news hns just been received
. e e In I In foi tn of a pi lv ate letter
from India, and when, it becomes gen-
illy known man;  srocletj  i eople wil"
It"
- n>s      Barn 'Phone 13?
Columbia Street-
,_e_age   delivered   promptly   \e
any part ol the city.
.ht and Heavy Hauling
"   0FFlCE-TRAM  DEPOT
ea in ine city oi New Westminster, is-i��     -[ence * -   ^      tQ
*"'��� :' d"l '��� ate ol the said Mrti. cate. | tha Vfirv hlBh ,lflRltinn nf.f.������,Vr, hv the
unless   m   the   meantime   valid   ohjec-
jar
diner & Gardiner
11\ O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
-   Westminster Trust Building
^rw Westminster, B. C.
Residence   Phone  133
tlon be made to nre In wiitin_
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Ollice. New Westminster, B. C . September 27, 1910.
"To The
General Public"
TAKE   NOTICE.
the .ery high position occupjfcd by the
Minto family, li is sta'e.l that tiie
Errrl ol Minto has tried to dissuade
liis daughter, 'umi withoul avail, and
Bhe Intend to apj ear on the flrst opportunity after the family's return to
Enf land In Nov emb< t.
Lad;   Minto and  hei   pretty daugh-
tei b are all i m.i Iii   ed amateur ac-
I; esse . but La . Eileen the most ac-
plli he I of I em all. She ha.;, on
several occasions, taken part in thea-
;. Ic Is in . Id of chat Ith r in India, her
! ;l | (���:-; success bi in- in a perfoi m-
lance of "The Thief,"  given at Simla.
When   Lord   Minto   was    governor-
general of Canada, liis children were   	
grown In' constantly getting up private theatrl- companj
661
HOSPITAL
Westmi. ster P^vate Hospital.
'^Townsend Ct. Maternity
nnd non-contagiotis medical
cases accepted. Terms from
<���- Weekly. For further partlcu-
[ara   ttpply   to   Hospital
tilliillO    lOO.
Tele-
1   liave  the  hest  potatoes   .   ^^_ ^^^^
B. ('. at cheaper rates per sack, or by Mals. and Lady Eileen helped to entire ton. delivered anywhere in the tertain the present kins; when, as
city limits of New Westminster free Prince of Wales, he made his colonial
cf charge, i 'our.
Satisfaction guaranteed.    Give your j     Sire    is a line sportswoman and    a
order now and net delivery same day. | good   shot,  and.   last   year   when   the
^^^^ j vice-regal    camp    was      pitched      at
I Mysore, she shot a tigress.
She is handsome, but not so good
The Goddess of Liberty
Joseph E. Howard, who heads the
company which is presenting "Tlie
Goddess id' Liberty" this season, is
one of tbe hest known singers In the
country and originated tlie idea of
getting audii acei to join In the chorus
of songs, lie has a personality which
Is so altiactive and a voice so sweet
mat he needs only t:> start a song to
get the people humming and wlien
ne invites the audience to whistle
women who have never before puckered their lips iu public essay to cary
tlie airs, and men who are so sedate
that actors hav c never before succeeded in getting them to forge: their
dignity, join In the merry-making.
Joseph E. Howard has written moie
than half of the poi,ular song successes of i event years. No singer
composer 1ms so many hits to his
credit. Mort 11. Singer, under whose
management Mr. Howard Is appearing
this season, has produced more than
a dozen successful shows for which
Mr. Howard lias provided the music,
and liis claim that Howard is the
greatest attraction In the way of a
man singer to he found on the stage
at tlie present time, has never heen
disputed by a reputable theatrical
man. '
This attraction comes to the opera
house tonight. '"I lie Goddess of
Liberty" is said to he the same pro-l
duction that played in Chicago last I
season for over one s'jli.l year at the
I'riiicess theatre with tlie exception
of Joseph E, Howard which ls the added attraction making the company
even stronger than its oiiginul cast
when lirst produced in that city. The
in   support  of   Mr.   Howard
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that your food is properly digested. They are among the
best of the NA-DRU-CO preparations, compounded hy
expert chemists and guaranteed bv the largest wholesale
druggists in Canada. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not
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GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Don't forget the address.
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer.
527   Front  St..   New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
consists of seventy-live members, the
majority of which are beautiful girls
with ability to both ting and dance.
One of the settings alone in "The
Goddess of Liberty" cost as much as
some entire productions and ranks
among the most elaborate ever produced in America. It shows a forest
one is uiinu��uinc, uui uUi .u tu.,u scene in the Berkshire Hills during a
looking as her sister. Lady Violet, who terrific electrical storm, when a mam-
recently married Lord Errington, and moth tree is struck by a flash of light-
who is now lying rather seriously ill ning and is thrown to the stage-
in Scotland. Lord and Lady Minto ground with terrific force. So realis-
are going on a shooting expedition in  tic is this scene that it is some mo-
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
i the vicinity
1 India.
of  Agra,  before    leaving
ments before the audience can realize
this is not an actuality.
old Watcaes Tor Ladk-s from 11275
gents'    open face
gents'  op?n    case,
fclgin
[Silver Watches,
.00.
Sliver Watches
,50 up.
Airt-nt    for    Waltham
itcb��a.
IWatrti repsIrlng a Specialty
and
F. CRAKE
Adams' Grocery
loors from Geo
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
to  25  II.   P.
and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Stern wheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com ,
pany's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leavea New  Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. ta.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri���
flay arid Sunday at 7 a. ni.
First Ctat,s Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
Port Mann
Ten acres In section 21, range
2. at   .1000. one-quarter cash.
Twenty acres in secion 20,
range 2, at $1000; one-quarter
cash.
For subdivision, these are
moneymakers.
City Property
First class lots on Seventh
avenue, single or double, we'.l
Bltuated, 66x132. This is a good
buy.
Good building lots on Eighth
avenue, neir- Second street. Enquire about this; there is money
to he inade.
Houses
We have a number of choice
houses for sale from $1500, for
$250 cash, balance easy, to $12-
000.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific   Coast    Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
AGED FRENCHMAN WILL
GET RICH  OUT OF LAND
COW ARRESTED AS SPY.
Wlnnljreg, Oct. 17.���The announce-
n ent  that  the government  has    purchased a new site for the Agricultural
college on the banks of the Ked river
in St. Vital, has created a tremendous
flutter in real estate in that direction.
Kvery snip of hind between the new
s-i'e and the city limits, a distance of
some tour or tive miles, has been purchased by real estate speculators, and
vvill be placed on the market.
;     St.   Vital   is  the  heart  of  the    old
Ftench   settlement,   and   as   a   result
manj < I the old time Frenchmen have
sold   oul   tl eir   bun.Ire.1   acre   farms
I along the river at anywhere from    a
hundred to four hundred an acre, although   same   have   undoubtedly   been
i isy victims of the    wily leal estate
i men.
One old  Frenchman,  Cyril  Dumas,
who    refused    to  part  with    his    old
hon e, vvill probably make a fortune of
is hundred acie farm.    The old  man
��� _.ives liis age rs eighty yeais. He says
: e was born wi    in a stone's throw of
where he at piesent lives, and lias re-
Isided  there  all   his   life,    lie  lecalls
the buffalo hunting days, and hns two
: long   flint-lock   rifles   wliich   he   used
' for   many   years  in   the  chase.     His
.wife is still  living, and she. too. has
been  on  the hunt   for  buffalo.    The
adjoining land  was all  sold at  from
! $350 to $400 an acre, but that owned
by Cyril Dumas will  probably go to
$1000 an acre
1 ARE MANY BRANCH
BANKS IN CANADA
Austrian Officer Holds Animal for
Fear It Might Photograph Fort.
Paris. Oct. 17.���Tlie Paris Journal
publishes an amusing story of an Incident occurring outside Maranza fort,
near Trente. Austria.
A   cow   strayed   from   its   pasturage
and  came within  reach  ot  the    fort. I
Tlie officer in command suspected the
presence of an automatic photograph-1
ing  apparatus.    He  bad    the    beast 1
seized     and     closely     examined,  und
when be found nothing to justify his.'
suspicions he turned the animal loose
; gain under the observation of two of
his men. charged with the duty of fol-
le-.ving the suspect  home to ascertain
whether her owner was an Italian spy.
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Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers oi FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
I
'   ��� ilri Promtply Executed
ron   nnd   Sixth   Pt.   New
i    ii i. stev ii. c, Phone 364.
JOHN  DOOSON, Manager. |S
CORRECT
STYLISH
-   ���   PRINTS.
IttttnatM   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
j     Thomson   Blk. PhoneSBS
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS ^
"Prtace Rupert" and "Prince George
'"Ml feet longi IbVb Knuio.
Larger-Surest���Swiftest. 3600 tons. ""_ RUPERT 11:30 p.
Leave Vancouver (JohnstonWharf) ll,1',K"" , ., , Kl���0it by s.
i     Mtmday  and  Pl.iany<    close connections al I rlnce �� '^^
S. "PRINCE   ALBERT"   to   Stewurt   on   arrival   of
RUPERT" and "PRINCE GEORGE."
"PRINCE ALBERT" also leaves Prince Ruperl f��J"'d a portB   io:00
m. Monday and for Queen Charlotte,  City   ana    ��� -
P-m. Thursday. -xt.Aa-.sAay and Saturday,
For VICTORIA and SEATTLE 8:00 p. m   Wednesaa)
There nre now 2397 branches of
Canadian banks, the largest number
on record
In Canada, 2345; Ontario, Wi: Quebec 3661 Nova Soot in. Ill; New
Brunswick, 71; Prince Edward Island.
16; Manitoba, 1ST: Alberta, ISO; Saskatchewan, 256; Hritish Columbia,
159; Yukon. 3; in Newfoundland, f,-.
elsewhere, 46; total, 2397.
In September, Canadian banks
opened l" branches, while two were
rlosed. There were us follows: B. X.
1 V., Agassiz, B.C.; Union Bank of Can-
a.'a, Cayuga, Out.; Bank of Vancouver, Coquitlam, B. C; Hank of Van-
ouver, Fort George, B. C; Hank of
Vancouver, Colllngwood East, B <-'.;
Standard Punk. Kronau, Sask.; Home
IP:.ak, Moose Jaw. Sask.; Hank of
| Nova Scotia. St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica;
Banque Natlonale, St. Damase de St.
Hyacinths; Dominion Hank, Summer-
berry, Sask.; Union CShk of Canada,
Vancouver, 1!. C; Hank pf Vancouver,
ncouver, B. C; Iniperlal Hank,
Wynyard, Sask.
Branches closed: B,
Hamilton Road, London;
lonale, Polnt-a-Plc, Que.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:45���To Seattle. Port Moody. Harnett and Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver.
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancouver and local points.
15:05���To St. Paul, Kootenay points
and Sumas.
16:45���To Vancouver and local
points, Agassiz and local points.
19:35���To Montreal and Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
Vancouver,
Okanagan
Vancouvei
7:43���From    Montreal,
Port  Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassiz,
and local points.
10:15���From Vancouver,
18:45���From     Vancouver,
aud local points.
20:40���Prom Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal    and
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER, A.  G.  P. A., Van
couver.
Seatt'e
Nlcoli
X.  Ainet
Banque Nat
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.toastSS.Sa!linjs
estminster Opera Haiise
Hector McCaig, Manager.
TUESDAY,   OCT.   18th
FIRST BIG MUSICAL SHOW OF THE SEASON
Mort H. Singer
Presents For The First Time in  New   Westminster
Jos. E. Howard
Famous Author, Composer and Singer
In America s Greatest Musical  Comedy
THE
GODDESS
O F
1
CHAPEL  CAR  COWING.
I Unique Conveya^ '^T^
Catholic Extension Society.
n,,-,vva  Ocl   17.���There is a unique
lJTL Centra, station.   His win,
"rU,T?e purpose rftK travelling
.'?,:/..I, is,,, reach those parts of tl.e
E2. 'where there are no churches
lor priests
T
"   u"c  m'���aP""" "  , ,,,, information, passenger or
For rales   time tallies, booklets and fall infotma,
rrel8ht' "��l">- '�� L  V. DRUCE,
H, G. SMITH, 'commercial  Ape"*.
r-^!*^ S SSSltfft* ancouver.      Telephone 30e0.
<*NERAL AGENCY, TRAN8ATLANT.C STEAMSHIP L.NES.
Its work Is oaiTle.   on in
'T^ern and Southern States.
^ (   a      '������'..' arrived in this city
'   ' ,,e  maritime   provinces  yester-
''"        was brought to the  Kuehar.
. '   ,nnaress  In   Montreal  and    was
Ken S   hSe    to the    maritime
taken  """.        lt httB been on ex-
ffi on eve? &    It will leave here
SUpeXo   Toronto   London   De-
rolt Chicago and the Western States.
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
10:00 a. in    Dally
1:00 p.m   Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a.m   Dally
11:00 p.m  Dally except Saturday
11:30 p.m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m    Dally
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2:00 p. ni   M ondays
8:00 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
11:00 p.m   Kvery Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Kvery Thursday and Sat.
TO 8TEWART (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every Thursday
S. S.  Beuver leaves  New Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays; leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday,   Thursday    and   Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
A. Q, P. A. Vancouver.
With a Record Run of Over One
Year at the Princess Theatre,
Chicago.
As Presented at the Moore
Theatre, Seattle", Vancouver
Opera House, Vancouver. Sane
Prices.
I   Supported by an All-Star Cast and the original Pria-
!cess Theatre Dancers and Show Girls.
50-0t the Host Beautiful Chorus Girls On the M-51
*1 PRICES :    Orchestra, $1.50; balance lower floor,
$1.00; balcony. $1.00 and 75c; gallery, 50c.
Seats on Sale at McKenzie's Pharmacy, Sat, Oet 15
ADVERTISE In THE  NEWS ��
���it'
I
PAGE FOUR.
THE DA1LV NEV/S.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER  13   .,.,
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The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally -News Publish 1
lng Company, Limited, at their ottices j
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria j
Streets.
fu A. Paige Managing  Director
TUESDAY, OCTOBER  18, 1910.       j
BACK  TO   FiUfRYLAND.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
LEES LIMITED
!"'     SUCCESSORS    TO    LJEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE >3.;      71&-718 COLOMBIA  ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
It is interesting to note that, there
are indications of a return to fa\'or
��� and potency for good of the elves
and fairies which played so considerable a part in the happy circumstances of ehil.lhood half a century
ago. To those who are interested in
the young It has been a matter for
keen regret to observe that the children of today advance to a condition
of knowledge far beyond the strength
of their undeveloped powers. To them
the things that matter are aeroplanes
and motor boats, gramophones and
spiritualism, the latest murder or
divorce sensation or.the details of a
prize fight.
The juveniles of today display a
precocious acquaintance with the
more prominent affahs    of the time,
Hector McCaig, Manager
One Big Laughing Hit
FRIDAY, OCT. 21st
Another Big   Schubert   Attraction
S&nV5.&HdU& jSkuberf inc.
Present* ,the
Sensation of the Season
STORE  HOURS:  8 A.M. to 6 P.M.; SATURDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
75c Boxed Neck Frillings For 35c
Six frills to a bos, nicely assorted���white and colors, all neatly boxed.    You  will have to i    ���..
early for these.    Only  about two do/.en of them nltogther.    Regu-iar 75c box, now      !5.
ana have become materialistic in their
ideas.     Thereby   they   lose   that   endearing charm and pleasing    interest
wliich should naturally be attached to
them as children. They have advanced j
too fast and taken a position which is j
only fitted for their elders, and are no |
longer   lovable    for  their    freshness,!
their gentleness, and    their    naivete.
All this is due to the simple fact that
they know so little of the basic essen-1
i
tials of human nature, in which their
grandparents were  well  grounded by j
their familiarity with the fairy stories
of old. I
The value of this class of literature
was and is that it teaches the prin- J
I
<:ipies of virtue and    morality    in    a I ____*,
simple  way.    By  its  familiarity  with  for in the event of changing from Bor-
the realms of fairyland    a child    be-,den to McBride isn't very clear,
comes imbued,  unconsciously, In    its j    McBride's- close friends-are evident-
most impressionable    years,    with    a ' ly very shrewd advertisers.   The pub-
BLUE MOUSE
A fAflCJC IN   3ACTS  FROM   THE.    GERMAN
��� *%v CLYDE FITCH
The Billiken Play of the Year.
A Notable Cast of 30, including
Grace Merritt
Prices, 50c, 75c, tfl. 00 and $1.50
���. ,..��� Seat Sale at McKenzie Pharmacy
NOTE.���There  is nothing wrong with "The Blue Mouse."
Astonishing Sale
of Umbrellas
And a splendid lof they are, about
three dozen in all, Including handles
of Gun Metal, Mother of Pearl, Oxodl-
zed. Gold and Silver mountings, Kn-
graved and inset���many suitable for
engraving Initials���and Merry Widow
handles, a new arrival In tho Direct*
olre style. Various shapes of handles
are here, hooked and straight, in attractive designs. Made on Paragon
frames, good heavy gloria coverings
with bordered edge. On sale Monday
and Tuesday only. See the window.
Values from $4.25 to $8.50, for ..$3.25
An Extra Special
in Waists
One of the best waist snaps we have
had for some time. These got slightly
soiled during the alterations, hence
the surprising reductions. Included
are striped and spotted designs,
tucked and self-colored effects in
white, fancy vestings, plain linen,
lawn, cambric, percale and ginghams,
are the fabrics used; they are good
washing waists, but the dust got
among them and now we are making
a clearance. Only on sale until Wednesday night.    Values to $2.25. 75c ea.
promoters, had it signed and sealed,
and then asked the people what they
thought of It ? Of course, they accepted It; people are very much like
right, understanding of human nature; 'ish his photograph, in various poses, sheep; they follow: they thought
of its weaknesses and Its wisdom, its on every possible occasion. He takes there was no alternative, and politic-
failures and its triumphs, its tempta-an excellent likeness; even a better !any speaking, they had nothing to
tions and its denials. 'one   that   Sir   Wilfrid,   to   whom    he  ci1O0Se from on the other side.
To J. M. Barrie's delightful story of bears some resemblance In facial   ap-
Perfe;  Pan  is  credited  the  origin  of; pearance. "
the   present   revival   of   interest     in!    K  is  not  long hair, or  curly  hair,
fairy lore.    The now famous play set! or a sunny, smooth shaven face that
McBride has not shown so far that
he is a man of high political ideals;
he is not likely to thrill the people
with Rooseveltian ideas of wise   and
quite a new fashiori in story, and'Canada is looking for'-today. 6he is just government. He is, in fact, judg-
tlrama, and many another pretty fancy in need of a man with a head for do-
anent elves and sprites, gnomes and '. in�� things for the people,
hobgoblins has since been created, j wllat has McBride 'done tbat dls-
The growing interest in this form of ] tinguishes him from scores of the
imaginative literature is not by any j ordinary politicians? He has.unite.1,
means limited to the young. It is in il measure, the Conservative party
said that Knglish university dons and.'11 B- *���-���< and given the people Straight
serious philosophers and professors ' Pa|-ty government. Is that a notable
engage in the discussion of the ethics 'achievement ? The Liberals ijlie had
of fable and fairy story, and thut against him, and whom he "almost
many societies have heen formed for I wiped off the slate, were handicapped
the same purpose. This revival can- b-v ,llelr connection with and iervility
net but be a Ivantageous, for lt wllljt0 tlle Ottawa government, aSgovern-.tlons from Premier McBride on ab-
check tlie growth of that materialistic ment that is very ""Popular to B. C, sorbin? questions of the day that
spiiit which is so prejudicial to thela,'sely on account of local :.bosslsm might distinguish him from the or-
intclligent development of the youth. and i,s attitude toward,   ^riental im-  dinary   run  of  party  leaders.    Popu-
I migration. ' Iarity is a fine     ,set, providing there
McBride  is just the ordinary Tory   js   something   substantial   behind     it.
ing by his B. C. record to date, just
an ordinary Canadian politician, lacking much of the profoundness of R. L.
Borden, but possessing a great charm
of manner and a striking personal appearance. Isn't it time that Canada
looked for something other than a
mere "taking" man ? Canada should
be on the hunt for strong, fearless
men, not mere, popular fellows.
The people and the free press   of
Canada  would   welcome  any  declara-
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assault upon a man named Candle���
who, however, appeared to have been
snuffed out, for he could not be found
by the police���and two of the witnesses who gave evi lence were named
respectively John Beer and Reginald
Juniper. The coincidence will be apparent to those who remember that
gin is���or should be���distilled from
the juniper berry.
UN MAGN1FIQUE? NUMERO.
B.  C.'S   PREMIER.
on the great Dominion issues.
McBride,   on   the  railway  question,
The McBride boom, or the campaign to bring the Premier of
British Columbia to Ottawa as
leader of tie Opposition, gains
strength daily in the Conservative press. Bul would il not be
better for them to wail until a
new leader is needed? Mr, Borden is doing as well as can be
expected under the circumstances.
���Ottawa Free Press.
Jusi what some Tories liave to hope
Canada is looking today for men who
are likely to  make good  in    running
A COINCIDECE.
has followed the example of Laurier,  the business affairs of the country.���
.Roblln, Scott, Rutherford.ancl the rest  Winnipeg Tribune.
of the politicians who prefer to allow
| railway promoters to do what the people  could   do   for  themselves,  guided
| by    able    administrators.     lie    has
performed   the  old   stunt   of  loaning
millions  upon millions of credit.    He
did nol even call for tenders. He made
bis bargain In secret, wltb one set of
A Btrange coincidence occurred in
connection with a case that was before Judge Howay yesterday. Charles
Sculley i leaded  guilty  to a common
Nous recevons de not re confrere,
le Daily News de New Westminster,
B. C, un inagnilique nuniero souvenir
publle a ('occasion de l'e .position qui
vient d'avoir lieu dans cette cntre-
prenante petite vllle de 1'Ouest. He
numero comprend vlngt-8ix pages et
contlent une foule de details Interes-
santS sur les in lustrles de New Westminster, et Bur les progres Que cette
joile ville a. accomplis dans lea
dernieres anncees. Toutes les pages
sonl profusement llliiBtres de magnlfl-
ques photographies, et naturellement,
on y trouve tm beau' groupe photo-
grapblque des deteneurs de la Coupe
Minto.
ll nous fall bien plalslr de con stater le progres qui semble anl mer nos
confreres de 1'Ouest, et nous ap-
plaudlssons slnceremenl a tons leurs
Bticces.���l.a Presse, Montreal.
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'
Good lot, 12th street on the hill, all
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House and Lot on 13th street in rear
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New 5 room house with all nodern
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near Queen's Park���$-'550���one-
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Large lot cleared and in fruit on 13th
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$(!00 cash will give you posession
and the balance arranged to suit
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.-
Two first-class building lots, all cleared, one block, from car-line on
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easy payments. You will have to
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Choice lot with new cottage partly
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Choice Residential Site Eighth street,
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The choicest residential corner in the
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WSIBMF TUESDAY, OCTOBER  18, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
[ GAMBUKG
TOWN Of RENO
Passing of Roll of Roulette
Ball, Crap Table and the
Faro Layout.
..,���,. v__Oci.    17.^Ko&_eale:
H   .  [reda   of   perfectly   good   roulette
'   lBi    too    layouts,    crap    tables,
* ,.' 'outftts and other devices
utilized by professional gamblers to
eaable their patrons to woo the fickle
, ., of chance.
,.,- today all  gambling parapher-
nfllla within the-state of Nevada will
ecome only so much useless junk, by
[ tho state legislature.    In other
* ,rdB    Nevada    has put the ban   on
IDEAL CONDITIONS WHEN
BIO BALLOON BALE STARTS!
M1IR0EBEB DECLARES
i    KETCHEL INSULTED GIRL
Ten    Monster    Aerostats    Sail    Away
From   St.   Louis  in   International
Competition.
urtz, Alia?  Diply,  Explains Why  He
Shot    Pugilist���Afraid,    Self-Defence His Excuse.
St. LoUis, Oct. 17.���The fifth International balloon race was launched
here this afternoon when ten monster
aerostats', representing fonr countries,
ascended amid the plaudits Of thousands of enthusiasts.
They "went toward tlie north and
northwest and were out. of sight within a few minutes.
Under ideal atmospheric conditions,
amply provisioned for fifty hours or
more, and ballasted to the utmost, the
balloons arose gracefully, and sped
away. There was not a hitch In the
arrangements, though the Hamburg
III., of Germany, got a false start and
���.,   r,|s, INeVttUU ������"=>     I'   ������   |      ������.,.mmj,    ������..    m    ....,-.      ��� _., ,  ,
tiling  of  all   kinds   and   varieties  the   St.   Louis,   narrowly   missed   co
.."new law wlll be In full effect Hiding with a grandstand,
tomorrow.   The last stronghold of the1
lng  ,-lans  is   lost  to  them
When    the    Jeffries-Johnson    argument of last July attrncted thousands
tors to Reno, the town was wide
.   and hundreds of gambling places
tit to separate  the credulous ten-
WILL   HERD   MIDDIES
AWAY   FROM   GIRLS
Annapolis,    Oct.    IT.���"Midshipmen
attending   football   and   other  athletic
7-rfi.at from their caah. That occasion contests on  Worden  field  will  here-
<!::    J las   great saturnalia of pub-,after   occupy   seats   in    the    Midship-
,ii,'���   (hla   country   will   ever i,nan s  grandstand.
��'    t:!"',""K   v.'.,,",   hei-      st.te      This  is  the  official   ruling.  No  mid-
?Kfc��?to S?* 'iin6 to %S*y fall sit with a girl a, a football
or termor)   n ,    '   .        or basebal   game at the academy.   A
��    ��� ing unde   sufleru ice of th,. u�� *
11,6  ""time    ���__    ri me'ctS    ����������>   and   put   her  in  a  seat   on   the
��      ' "*'  '"'Z ;       ,h �� m oi   brT  Stand reserved for the purpose, but be-
��� ��� ���,,'< L'it>;it white �� n, the most urn- . .
J     , ���' -, s;,,. in the world, will be- fore thf eame starts he must return
.       nlng of the past without the J�� "�� towering pile of seats reserved
Lnceofthe myriad lights which '��" hl�� ""�����    "'l   vlslt ���   lB, * hea
li an night from the doors and  flowed during the four intermissions
..���,. the gamblings hells. ithe new rules provide
improvements will also suffer, I    Last year an appeal to   navy spirit
.     i        ..  .,,- ���,r,r,Qv H���rivoii was made in an effort to bave more
.  m the past  tne money  derived .    .    . ,
���      u���r,nc.,* ���n.,i,i���i   thr* concerted cheering to back the aead-
������>��� muring I censes enalile 1    tne ,,    " ,,., .    .
nd. to conduct  municipal lm- *my    team,   al     middles    being    re-
..-���  on   a   large  scale.    The lasted   to sit together.   But the girls
.      t   pavements  of   Keno streets prove 1 a stronger attraction  andI now
..    n;,nv   other   Improvements ���*��� "9����* h��3 >'et" ""deeded by an
attract the    attention    of    the official rule.	
���   irlsts   were   all   paid   for    by     the
Springfield, Mo., Oct. 17.���Walter
A. Hint/., who shot and killed Stanley Ketchel on Saturday was captured yesterday at the home of Thomas Haggard, one mile from Niangua,
Mo, Hurt/, was taken to the Webster
county jail at Marshfleld, where lie is
being closely guarded. After hbqlng
placed In his cell the prisoner'.miide
a conies, hm in wliich he declared he
shot Ketchel in self-defence, ite said
be ordered the prizefighter to throw-
up his hands and filed when Ketchel
refused to obey.
Hurt/., In telling the story of the
shooting, asserted that Ketchel made
Insulting remarks to Goldle Smith; a
cook employed at tha farm. He said
tbe words which passed between Ketchel and him demanded that the pugi-
DIGGER STANLEY IS
WINNER OVER  BOWKER
era -or   their    victims.     Many
profess  to   believe  that    the   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i ������,   will   uo   to   the   bOW-WOWS,     but i  ���
sentiment  generally favors the      London, Oct.  17���"Digger" Stanley.
���   enforcement   of   the  new  antl- of   London,  tonight   knocked  out  the
.,,.. |aWa j former   bantam   champion,   Joe   Bow
FRESH
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FOR YOUR
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Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
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Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also try our SWEET PO-
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TOMATOES
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limber  and Trading  Co.
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Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box  137
Contractors and
Willi ������:������--��� ^^
House Builders
Vv e nave a full   line   of   tne   Best
Builders  Hardware in tnis City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
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y TV J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
ker, in the ei. hth round before the
National Sporting club. The fight was
for  the  bantam-weight  championship
The events of last  July proved He-
d  -   wickedness.      After   today   the
stint  will be. despite the pro-	
tests of tliose  who  would  prefer    to lot Kngland anl a purse of $:',000. ,
to tlieir  sins.    Sonic of the lat-1 <MMM>^M^M,IM<M,MM,^^
tei continue to hope against hope that |" "~ ~~"	
the new law will be repealed and   the  out operated. At times, when business
state of Nevada  return to the "good | was brisk, some of the largest places
days    of  naughty    devilishness," , had as many as eight games going at
bul their Is small chance that such a'a   time,   involving   for  each   place  so
:���   :, wlll be realized. equipped  a  monthly  license    fee    of
Under  the  old   system   of  licensed   $800.    With  it  all. It    has    been the
Ing, the city realized large sums   proud boast of Reno "sports" that the
'��� ::.  the  nourishing    Industry.    The  same here was on tiie square, and this
keepers of the  gambling  resorts  had   lias  appearently  been  true  of a  ma-
I    pay   .luu  initial   license    for    the   jority of the places.   The players have
lea    and  a  monthly   toll   of  $75  tor  been  given  a run  for  their  money���
��� .      game,  poker  excepted,  on  each   with the percentages, of course, favor-
������������ wheel, crap table or faro lay-  ing the house.
JACK    THOMPSON.
Welterweight  Fighter  Who  Is  Match-
ed  to   Meet Tom   Kelly   at   Fraser
Mills    Tonight    in    a    Ftteen-Round
Bout.
list throw up his hands. When the
champion refused to do this Hurtz declared he was frightened, knowing
Ketchel carried a revolver, that he
fired, and without fully realizing what
he had done.
Goldle Smith, the woman in the
caBe, has been taken to th > Webster
county Jail, and will be held pending
m inquest, which wlll he held duiing
the day.
Funeral services over the bo ly of
the fighter ner1 held at the Elks'
cluh here yesterday, and today the
corpse will be taken to Grand Rapids,
Mich., the home of Ketchel's parents.
The pugilist died in the Springfield
hospital, to which he had been rushed
from Conway on a special train.
Local officers assert that Ketchel's
slayer last night admitted that hU
real name was Walter Diply, that his
home was at Webb City. Mo., and that
he was a deserter from the United
States army.
TIME TO CHEER  IS
WHEN WORST IS OVER
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and"a443
Sapperton      Phone 373
Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 6:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8*00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 6:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
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 at 8
a.m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:   Return fare. 50c; children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight 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.
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-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.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
i    FOR  QUICK  SALE
NOTICE.
The undersigned has moved his
| office to 131ti Cariboo street, where
|he will conduct the real estate business under his own name. The office
on Twelfth street is for sale.
D. D. BOURKE.
(Montreal Star.)
It is a goo! idea to give the Nationals a hearty public reception upon
their return from the West. The time
at which a person needs cheer is when
he is downcast, and things have gone
a bit wrong, lt is then that he should
be taken by the hand, and gently but
clearly informed that behind the
clouds the sun Is still shinglng. and
that the best is still to come, because
the worst has happened, and is. therefore, over with. There is not much
use of cheering people riling on the
crest of the wave of success, for they
are then able to cheer themselves,
and, as a rule, ate in no frame of
mind to listen to other people's cheering.
Good-Bye,  To rimy.
According to reports, the final
lacrosse game at the coast last Saturday, when the champion New Westminster twelve were defeated in an
exhibition game, marked the passing
from the National sport of Tom G. f-
ford, captain of the Salmon Bellies.
Captain Gifford has announced that f>e
has hung up his stick for good and ail,
and will give place to younger men.
He has had a brilliant career In lacrosse, and is practically the last link
between the old New Westminster lacrosse team that first won honors for
the town and the younger team which
has so well sustained the old reputation. Canada's national game certainly loses one of Its best exponents In
the departure of Gifford.���Winnipeg
Free Press.
t
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��� 80 Acrea Water Front Property, two and one half ���
I miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting ���
I on Fraser River.   A very choice tract at a genuine ���
��� snap.    Price and terms given on application to the
I    Movius Land and Loan Co.
t Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A. _
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Something Unique is
Cowan'
Coconut Cream  atT
Icing
������s
-Sg��
FIFTEEN-ROUND    BOUT.
Out on the coast thin, s did not go
any too .well with tlie Nationals. They
were overtaken by general debility,
general hard luck, and general defeat, and that they escapes] with their
lives from Buch a combination Is, to
say the least, remarkable. Although
unfortunate In the West, it must be
remembered that In the East the Nationals are the champi sns. and that
the honors of the Beas q belong to
them. Their western tour was rtls-
i|i| olnl ia.". bul I hei <> was n ithlng
iimiit it to be ashamed of. Rather
l he revei sm, for on many a hai d-foughl
flolil the Nationals displayed a pluck I
nothing s'.io:t of heroic,
In the end the New Westminsters
wro downed, although it took both
the Nationals and the Vancouver boys
to do it. assisted perhaps by a downpour of rain and a si i of mud. it
was an exhibition match, and did not
amount to very much except in one
respect���II     demonstrated    that    tho
For ���	
Cake
THE LADlSS ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OILY IT
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
Jack Thompson and Tom Kelly to Mix
Things   Tonight.
A  boxing bout  of some interest to
local sports will be pulled off In the
Opera house at  Fraser mills tonight.1
Jack Thompson, of New Westminster,
and   Tom   Kelly,   of   Abbottsford,  are
the   principals,   and   they  promise   to
' put- on a good go.   The fight is scheduled to go nf teen rounds.
I    Both  men box in the welterweight
nlaBB   and    hove    local    r pf>nt��tions
Thompson holds a cup emblematic of
the   chnmnlonship   of  Canada  at   his
own weight,   A month or two ato he
was beaten by Kelly, but at that time
he was not  In shape and things may
turn out differently tonight.
I    F. J. Lynch, president of the Westminster Lacrosse cluh, has consented
to act as referee.
New Westminsters are not absolutely
Invincible, Tlie trick can be done,
provided tlie proper combination is
Secured, lt was present on the field
on Saturday, and down went the
world's champions in the mud.
THOM��. K.LLV. OF WB0T.F0.0
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Your mill, store or home against flre.
Your business against  liability to employees.
Your horses against death from any cause.
Your automobile or boat against loss of any kind.
Your  valuable  papers and jewels against theft.
Your family against financial loss if you die.
Yourself against any illness or accident.
In fact I can give you any k'nd of insurance protection written.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Columbia  Street.
New Westminster.
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62     \ ^
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,  OCTOBER   18.
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KAMLOOPS   ASSIZES.
Water
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. K.
(daily except Sunday)..23.00
8:30���Vancouver via B. C. K. lt.
idaily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via n. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. It.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
StoO���Victoria  via   li.  C.   E.   ii.
idaily except Sunday)..23:00
11: no���Victoria   via   B.   t'.   E.   R.
(dally  except  Sunday).. 8:30
���Victoria  \ia  B.  C.  E.  ii.
(daily except Sunday)..13:00
7: 30���United States via G. N. R.
idaily  except Sunday I.. S:30
15:00���United States via (1. N. R.
idaily except Sunday)..16:00
9:25���AU   poin:s  east  and    Euro] e   i daily I       8:30
22:3{k-AU points east and Europe  (adily)    14:30
9:25���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (daily except
Sunday l       . .'   S:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fiaser
mills       (daily      except
Sunday i        14:30 .
9:25���Coquitlam   (daily   except
Sunday i        14:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds i daily except
Sunday!      ..'. 11:00
14:00���East Burnaby and Bur-
(|tiit:am idailye except
Sunday)    14:00
10:00���Timberland. Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)         14:00
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon.
Westham Island    13:30
10:00���Annieville.   Sunbury i daily
except   Sunday    13:30
10:0(1���Annalis Island Monday-
Wednesday and Friday       13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Yancouver. Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except  Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton i Tuesday. Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday i         15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday   16:00
20:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)    23:00
.5:45���Crescent. White Rock and
Blaine i daily except
Sunday)         8:00
15:4r,���Hall's Prairie. Fern Ridge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday. Thurseav ar\ii F$q.v
-Ur ��� ... **:**
Fund Is Guaranteed to Cover
All Expenses of Scotland's
Big Fair.
Interesting    Cases    Affecting
Rights   Are   Heard.
The  criminal  docket  of  the   Kamloops    fall    assizes    had    a    number
of cases upon It for trial, but none of
jthem were of very serious nature or
! public  interest   an.l  all  th.e  prisoners
j who were tried were acquitted.
At the close of the criminal  work
the civil action of George vs. Michell
was proceeded witli and lasted the remainder of the week,
"ihe action was brought for $10,000
ENJOYING   HER   OUTING.
Glasgow, Oct. IT.���Judging from the
manner in wliich tl.e guarantee fund
was subscribed it may legitimately be
expected that the 1911 Scottish exposition at Glasgow vi!! h.j a complete
success. The idea of the new exhibition originate.!, according to the pros-
! damages and an injunction by Miss
j George, who owns a large ranch,
known as the Colbrook ranch, in the
i neighborhood of Kamloops. The alleged damages were caused by Interference with tlie plaintiff's water
rights, wliich she claims, over seven
records issued al Kamloops. Two of j
th.ese records were issued in the year1
of  ^77.    Tlie  defendant   while  deny-1
Queen Alexandra at Villa Dvidore
Denmark.
Copenhagen. Oct. 17.���Queen Alexandra of Kngland is enjoying her outing ;.t Villa DVidore. Queen Alexandra's stay this year will be considerably shorter than was first arranged,
and she does noi now propose to visit
Norway, though. Princess Victoria will
do so when she concludes her stay at
the Villa Hvidore. The beautiful
situated villa had been ready for the
arrival of Queen Alexandra for several weeks, and her majesty's suite of
apartments established in the heart of
Copenhagen was also prepared for her
some time ago.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
^|1"^  ***���'
I W
Stop thf Leaks
lectus. at a meeting held in   the Mer-! ing the alleged interference with tiie
���h.,n'S House.    Glasgow,    in  March.! Plaintiff's water rights relied upon cer-
chant's  House.    Glasgow
1909, of "gentlemen interested in the
furtherance of education, and i:i par- The plaintiff allege! that Mr.
ticular of the more serious study and (has, by damming    the   creel;
more efficient teaching of Scottish his
tory and literature
IS  YOUR   SKIN   ON   FIRE?
Does i' seem to you that you can't
stand another minute of that awfu'
burning itch?
That ii  MIST be ..-(led?
Thai  you MUST have relief?
Get  a  mixture  of   Oil   of   Winter-
Thymol,   and   ether   soothing
tain records issued after 1880, as aiso
on his rights as a riparian pioprietor. I Breen.
Mitchell Ingredients   as   compounded   only   in
which   D- >'   "��� Pres 'ri> ,i":,���'    ���
Iruns through his place and id known      Tlie very lirst drop STOPS that aw-
.,.      ,..     las Jaeko creek, cut off her water sup-   ful burning instantly.
V committee was j pJy   _.hiV]i nthorv,lso lv.n���,,, roaph h*r|    The Qrst dropB soothe and heal!
formed forthwith for the purpose of I ,".aneh for irrigation purposes and that
promoting the exhibition, which is toi without this water she would suffer
national character, with    the  irrevocable injury, and on that ground
,,...���     ,.,.���., ,���,,���,! ,. ���' claims, not alone, damages, but antin-
ivowed object ot raising a fund to be   . ��� '
J junction    to restrain    tne    defendant
from   interfering   with   the   water   at
md   jacko cieek. wliich    is one    of    the
sources of supply for irrigation water
to  her   ranch.    One   very   interesting
be of a
  a fund to be
applied primarily to the endowment
of a chair of Scottish history
literature in the University of Glasgow. It was agreed "that the exhibition should be so designed as to
create a greater public interest in
Scottish history and literature; should
celebrate the memory of distinguished
Scotsmen; and should present a realistic picture of Scottish burghal me
in bygone times, exhibiting thOL-e arts
and industries in which the Scottish
people are. or have been pre-eminent
and encouraging exhibits lrom all
sources for comparison and Instruction, and for the stimulation of
national enterp.'ise���due attention being given to moue.u art, music, and
outdoor entertainment."
The proposals were finally confirm-
point bas been raised, by the case as
it is alleged that all records obtained
subsequent to the flrst of May 1880,
and Issued by the provincial government are null and void, tlie land, being within the railway belt and therefore within the exclusive jurisdiction
of the Dominion of Canada. As the
time did not jermit of the law arguments to I e beard these will take
place at a later date in Vancouver.
In another case sued by the same
plaintiff. $30,000 are claimed as damages, under somewhat similar circumstances against the Humphrey Bros.,
whose ranch is in the neighborhood
of the Colbrook ranch, could not    be
Tl e first drops give you a feeling of
comfort thai yen have not enjoyed for
months, or perhaps.years.
Take our  word  on  il  as  your  local
druggist.
Gn a .?l.oo or a trial bottle today.
Write   the   I).   D.   I).   Laboratories,
'��� Dept.   N.   N.   in   Colborne   St..   Tor-
'onto  and they will send you trial bottle free.    Frank Mackenzie, Druggist.
Use r. Currcy.Cxfcrd
ran? ���.::': .:.-���-"> -   :>
if v ure id bill.
Thc C. ;." Ci,
l-.erc 1: thc fin< :t
ma Ic  1 y  the  v
G-.'.-:.e; - 0.<::ord
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tee! range
c.\ kn  ��� n
C   : .: . :.;
WARD    OF    TRADE���NEW
minster Board of Trade meets
board   room.   City   Mall,   as  1
Third Tbnr day    or    ..ach    ,
quarterly     n eeting    n..   n~e
Thursday of February, Maj    i
and November, at n pm
meetings on  tl,e third  Thu
February.     Xow   members
proposed and elected
ly or    quarterly    meeting
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
it anj  ���
th.
H.
PRINTERS.
IWESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEhv
kind of job/printing.      Midg... |
leaf ledgers;  Cowie < <    ,.A i<.��� .
Phone    55,     P.  O.    B  -.   U'Z.
Dally   News   Block.  Sixth  Btr
Ild
ed by a large and representative meet- j heard, owing to the lack of time, but
ing held in September, 1909, under
the presidency of the Marquis of Tulli-
bardine. The exhibition will be held
in Kelvingrove park, close to the
centre of the city, about fifty acies
having been generously donated for
the purpose by the corporation of
Glasgow. An interesting feature in
connection with the promotion of this
undertaking is the rapidity with
which    the guarantee    fund    was ac-
will be heard at Kamloops at a later
date to be fixed.
These cases are of great importance, not alone to the parties concerned, but to all the ranching community in the upper country, as they
will decide important : :estions. as to
the respective rights oi water record
owners and especially within tlie railway belt.
In both cases W. .Norman Bole. K.C.
V  :-c bitter t
i:: the ci ur.try.
nn re stylco ;." 1 si
any i tccl rang i
kct, with every !
I
facl
::\
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired  by  your local  tunc
.Martin,   Mus.   Bac,  811   Dub'llr
Phone LR15.
i-:.
f >r cc m .
encc.
..._,
an
'.   ���   :r.i r-
!     :��� e
c mveni-
cepted, $715,000 having been provided i and A. D.  Maciatyre represented the
within a few weeks.
Two important exhibitions have already been held on this site, and it is
considered  that   since over  11,000,0011
, persons visited the exhibition of 1901,
it  may be taken for granted that the
; forthcoming exhibition    will    be    an
equal, if not greater success.    The exhibition may be divided into four sec-
I Sns;    national    history,   modern   line
au,    industry     and      entertainment.
Among  the  many  attractions  will   be
��� scries of lectures delivered on subjects of national interest  by some of
plaintiff anl S. S. Taylor. K.C., represents   both   defendants.     In   the   first |
case he Is instructed by .lan.es Murphy, in tlie second case by F. T. Corn-1
wall
PAUPER   OWNS   GOLD   MINE.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender fot
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver. B.
C." will be received at this office until 4 p.m.. on Wednesday, October 26.
1910, for tlie construction of an
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver.
B.C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at the office of Mr. Joseph
Greenfield, resident architect. Winni-
jeg. Man.. Mr. Wm, Henderson, resident architect. Victoria. B. C. at the
Post Office. Vancouver, and at tr,lS
derartment.
Persons tendering are noticed that
tenders will not be consideied unless
made on tlie printed forn s supplied.
and signed with their actual signatures, stating tlieir occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation and place of residence of each member of tlie firm must
be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered .
bank, payable to the order of the
Honorably the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract.
when callel upon to do so. or fall to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the chejue
will be returned.
The department dees not bind itself to accept the lowest or any
tendtr.
By order.
K. C. DESROCHBRS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa. September HI.  1910.
Charity Dependent Has Riches He la
Too Poor to Claim.
London. Oct. IT.���Tbere is at presenl Living in LewJsham, a suburb of
London, a man who is in the astonish-
ti.e greatest of Scottish scholars and I Jug Position of being a pauper in Bng-
o:ators. There will also be represen- land a��d Uie owuer ot a ����ld mlne '"
rations  cf  well   known  scenes   in   the   S��utl] Africa.
1 1st irv of Scotland,  by   means of liv-      According to inquiries made by the
ing pictures and pageants, in addition I guardians, it has been established that
to - ..ich a number of ancient Scottish
buildings will be reproduced and
artistically arranged In groups on the
grounds. These buildings will be occupied by people representing tlie
various conditions of life in olden
times. One of tiie most attractive
I onions of the exhibition will undoubtedly be tlie palace of industries.
which will cover an area of lo.uiiu
8 |uare feet; and will contain numerous exhibits of both national and In-
ternational interest.
after tlie South African war the man
inherited a tract of land in that country which, owing to his poor circumstances, he was unable to take over.
It has since been discovered that this
land covers a gold mine, the value of
which may possible amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Its present owner Is very old and in
feeble health, and for the last five
years lias received outdoor relief from
the Lewisham guardians.
NEW
SHIRTS
Material is thc best to be
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
either end. Guard on ash
do< r. Brace: < ven bottom.
Drop d ier i n warming closet. Divide 1 < ven flue, t >
insure even Laking. Broiler top. Therm meter on
r'anr _ desired.    Made
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST    LABOR    ACENTSl    M.\\.\.
ger G. J. Sykesi, 62  Powei:  street!
Vancouver.     Phone   :;57.r,.    p
attention   given   to   all    ordi
male  help.     King   us   up,   wii
write If unable to  visit us.
for
r
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,  BARKIS-
ters    and    solicitors.   Westn .
Trust Block,   Columbia  street   s-v
Westminster.    W.  J.  Whites) |i
L. Edmonds.
vt n ��� 1
f ir c ial cr w
these rpecial featt
Besic
VThe OXFORD
ECONOMIZER
Of Exclusive Design
in the Newest Shades
and at Popular Prices,
are now being shown.
It will surprise you to
see our line at
$1.25 Each
M. J. PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
���Ml ro***-.
.fl per  1 nt,
M.I   ukr   ill
Rill   .etS   ) .sir   lift:   ,(.;;.    ll   loi
si for fur I.   tout mc tt lew!
bf   !_*���   (cil   jou   i*m   Mt*.    ir-d
C   ok   ij dot*. ���-r  ibf   , : .mr ���;..
You'll wvn nionr,    * vrry d
9 a Gum* nl    And alw :i.. f prel
in.ir ��� satisfactory   results   from you
okng
1,M    us   <; 'Rionstr&tc   to   yt u    th
1 EJro ��� '���u... r," n .i{ ' ���:   ��� ' ;i* r I rurtiej
Oxford poin s of a ipertorit. .   See l.ow
p rf    ���   , r ��� ���! :     ore can be     \V<   will
,j 1  a 1 1 ���      1 .  other  C orn< ��� ���' ^xforH
.��� ii sad r tngpi'.   r   v rv piirji*. ���   ind
f ir .1 iv  kind   ��� :"  ��� ������ I,    < ���:. J *���*..���: on
iur flj 11*     ; thi   * "i .,
Ge(     .:-i ���       ��� ���.. >S    ''t    hai
k*ii \ n, hest like��] -c\< - and f I -'
���H C'tnad ..    And do *t cow���fur<: t g  ��� ��� :
���A your pocket book*
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681   Columbia   Street.
WADE. WHEALLER, MeQCAHUIE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Sol:
Westminster offices. Rooms 7
Guichon block, corner Colnmbia and
McKen/.lo streets; Vancouver of.
fices, Williams building. 41 Gran-
ville stieet. F. C. Wade. K C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
i     Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANl.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AI'DITOK AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
R.  T.  PRINCE.   EXPERT   ACCO      .
ANT AND AUDITOR���Asent f        .
Hall Safe Co.   Ofllce. Room 9, Westminster  Trust block,  city.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM    22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
COSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting;   copy    work,  buslnesa
letters, etc.    Coumbla  street.   ;
phone fi-.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE.  SHILES  &���   CO.
Real   Estate   and   Insurance   Ac'
City, farm  .-itwi  sutlurban  pi",
628 and T4fi Columbia St.
ALBERTANS INTERESTED
IN   B. C. GOLD  MINES
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert, it without authority from the department.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re lot 16, block 2, of lot 201. proup 1,
town of Port Moody. Murray's Addition, in the distiict of New Westminster.
Whereas  proof of tlie loss of eertt-
fic;ite of tiMe number 4700A, issued in
the name of John Stewart and .lames
Cash, lias been filed ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the di'.te cf the flrst publication hereof.
in a daily newspaper published in the
city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of tl.e said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
1 ade to me In writins.
C. S. KEITH.
Distiict Registrar of Titles.
Land Reelstry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., Oct. 7. lfHO.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
J  H  E.      DAILY        NEWS
A party of Edmonton men under the
guidance of W. S. Heffeinan. of that
city, passed through Calgary a day or
two ago on their way to the Kootenay
country. The party consisted, in addition to .Mr. Heffeinan. of Ceo:ge
Swalsland, James Brennan and O.
Bishopric. They were joined in Calvary by A. c. Baalim, of the tinted
Agenles, Ltd., who represented Calgary interests on the journey.
The Edmonton vlslWrs have become
interested in a promising British Columbia mining proposition and are on
their way t.i Inspe t IL Should their
ligation 1 onfli m their presenl Information it i> probable that an Important Alberta organization will result In which Calgary and Edmonton
will  he interested.
The property in question is the Big
Rump, a well known developed gold
property in the Erie camp, on the Nel-
ton and Fori Sheppard road, some
I- rty-flve miles by rail from Nelson.
Tlie Big Hump claim is located in
the Erie camp, on the north fork of
tl.e Salmon river, within twenty miles.
hs the crow flies, of the famous Horning Mountain district adjacent to Nelson and in a direct line about half
way between that district and the
Sheep creek and Bayonne camp districts, iccent discoveries in which are
causing mi mud inteie>:t in tae
Kootenay country. It is just over the
hill from the salmon and Ifmii camps.
wfcere tbere is at present guch great
activity.
'lhe\Lump is adjoining and carries
t!,e le.ljie ol the Second Relief mine. a
we'l known gol 1 property which has
been under continuous operation for
nearly ten years past, during which
tin e it has produced nearly a million
dollars' woi tli of gold.
The Relief property lias been opened to a depth of "��00 feet an I bas
been worked for 5000 feet on the
ledre. showing one of the most per-
f!3'ent and regular veins uncovered
in the Kootenay country, showing jjay
j:e fer practically the entire distance
;.:.'. carrying goo 1 values right up to
Ce end l.'r.ts OP both ends of the He-
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No longer is it necessary to worry, work and
spend   much   money in  serving  desserts.
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are not high priced���have
no work attached to them ���and are always good.
Mqoney's^g^^^afers
The-Dessert That is Asked-fpr. Again
At luncheon, dinner or tea ���with ices, fruits or beverages-
nothing is so good as Mooney's Sugar Wafers.   They are so
very enticing���everyone likes them.    Always have a package
handy���for picnics or the unexpected guest.    Put a few in
kthe children's lunch box���their wholesome and appetizing
^taste will please them.
In 10 and 25 cent dainty, dust and damp-proof
tins.    Ask your grocer for Mooney's today.
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The Mooney Biscuit and Candy Company, Ltd. . ���
ADVERTISE   IN THE  DAILY  NEWS
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of your usual dessert.    This charming dessert confection with  its spicy
layers of crisp biscuit ousts, its luscious cream
centers of real fruit flavors is rapidly displacing pastry and cake in thousands of Canadian homes.
Taste  Mooney's Sugar Wafers just once and
learn how good this dessert really is.
TAILORS.
IGALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
lorlng.   A new line of Spring suiting just ln.    Button making, pn
Ing and repairing.    -4ti Lome Bl
Phone R 608.
I ��� '��� ���	
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, E1SH. KKtu.
Game. Vegrtables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Hank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
VS.    K.    FALES,   THE   FURMH-K.
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertake*.
corner Apnea and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call 81.
WOODWORKING.
TVESTM1NSTKU WOODWORKING
Co., bank, ofllce and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, maDteis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Urook.s. pro
prietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
��nd car line. P. O. box 251, Phone
473.
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
KIRK EXTINGUISHERS.    THE LAT-
est    iii    rue    Bgtitlng    appai I
R.   Harris   {*���   Co.,   Lavery   block,
Columbia atreet   Phone 656,
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JA8.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
���tone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
ToUinibla streot. .Ww Westminster
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Rhone 18, Newest and mos! up-to-
date In the city.   Terma moderate
First class cuisine   .1. Trachy. I'rop.
HOTEL LYTTON���617 FROM' ST
Pbone 108.   Comfortable accoraoda'
Hon.    Terms moderate.    McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
0. 0. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of thla lodge
me held in Odd Fellows' Hall, cor.
ner Carnarvon and Eighth st reels,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. II. West, N.O.; VV, C,
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
J, W. MacDonald, financial secre-
tan
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE O   A   l   L   v N   E   W  t
���m-*^y, \ ���J. SDAY, OCTOBER   18,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SliVKN.
'caUER KRAUT  18 SCARCE.
lit--^*-
Threatens   to
LAST    VESTIGE    OF
KINGSHIP
���.
of
Crop   Failure
Put  Up the   Price.
o,  Oct.   17.���Because
tl,y   spell   there   will   be    a
. ��� kraut this year. The
.,.;,.- of this i ity. which is
,   ,,.  the    Industry,    Btarted
Dnl,al slicing today
;i     that     cabbages     are
Q  usual, ami  'hat.    entire
,   been destroyed by rot and
';'       el,0W8     A   rise   In   the   ],y'ur  ol
,,, [g prospective.
IS   GONE
is
"���ii.   Oct.   IT.��� Decrees   were
today   abolishing   the  house  .,f
the coutfcll of state and titles
banishing   the   Braganza
ecularizing charitable In-
1.1:
sued
I ���...,,.,
of nobility,
family and
stitutions.
Tin'   bodies  of   Rear-Admiral   Reis,
one of the leaders of the revolution.
who committed suicide, ami Professor
Bombardi, who was assassinated hy
an army lieutenant prior to the uprising,   were   '.ven   burial   today,  Hie
occasion giving rls& to a demonstration unique in the history of Portugal. The cortege occupied two hours
in passing a given point. Everywhere, there were signs of mourning
am! enormous crowds. There were
no Bpeclal services or religious emblems.
KING DEFIES DEATH
WEARING MAGIC RING
Mrs. Julia  Ward   Howe  Dead.
Middleton, It. [.,   Oct   17. ��� .Mrs.
Julia Ward Howe died at her summer
home todav.
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Alfonso's Seeming Recklessness is Explained by Circlet of Gold and Gems.
ELECTION   IN   DOUBT.
^ull   Result   of   Voting   in   New   South
Wales   Not   Known   Yet.
Sydney, N. S. W., Oct. 17.���The result of the New South Wales state
election is doubtful up to the present
time. The Laborites have a majority
Of two and they may gain a seat in
one of tlie three places where a poll '
will later be taken. The resignation ,
of the Premier is certain.
NOTICE
TRAFFIC
REGULATING      VEHICLE
ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All rcsons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
' J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, August 12.  1910.
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $1.50
Ryall's l)rug Store \
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIANS.
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T^HE Fit-Reform Creed is���
*    pay less and dress better.
For years, Fit-Reform has preached the
doctrine of better style, better fabric, better
tailoring, better value.
And Fit-Reform has lived up to its
reputation by giving honest value for the
money.
All you need to know about
it is a Fit-Reform Suit.
The name Fit-Reform tells
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneoule.
Cara leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at a:iU, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:0b
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until li:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at G:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every bait hour thereafter until 11:00 fl.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Car�� leave Vancouver tor New West-''
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter   until,
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westmlnnter for Vau-
oouver at 2:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars leavo New Westminster at 7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
Madrid.    Oct.    17.���King    Alfonso's I
friends  are  asking   if   liis  majesty   is |
actually  under    the  protection    of    a
magic  ring  of    gold,    diamonds    and
pearls  that   has  played  a   sensational
part in the life of tlie royal family for
many years. irAklAniAkl
They  recall  tlie  failure of the    at-! tMNMUIMN
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
- Just Arrived
In  connection   with
NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
THE    ROYAL   LINE."
X.MAS   SAILINGS.
Erofli Montreal:
"iSoyul  Edward"   Nov.  10
"Roval  George"    Nov.  19
"Royal   George"     Dec.
"Royal  Edward"    Deo.
And Fortnightly thereafter
Most Direct  Route to  Bristol,  London
and  the Continent.
On  Sundays cars leave  Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.  J.  Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New   i
Westminster.
the whole story of
value for the money.
better
Great  Northern  Railway.
Leaves     New     Westminster     8:17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:30
a.m.:   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p. m.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
n.m.: arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves   Seattle  8:05  a.m.:   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  arrives
New Westminster 6:25 p.m.
Leaves   Seattle   4:35  p.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
tempt to assassinate him on tlie day
i of his wedding, and have grown used
j to stories of his daredevil  horsemanship down    the garden    steps of tne
palace at La Granja, and automohiling
j at breakneck speed.   And now, when
danger  lurks  at  every  turn,  with  the
S overthrow of tlie monarchy threaten-1
ed, he goes his gay    and    fun-loving
way, apparently with wreckleBB disregard of consequences.    His friends are |r%n,ttl  Halifax:
beginning   to  think  the  king  at   least;    "'<">'"'   Kdvva.i           De-
believes he beats a charmed life.    '
The ring is supposed to bring long
life and Joy to worthy Spanish mon-
archs   and   disaster   to  everyone  else i
who possesses it.   it was flrst presented  by   King  Alfonso  XII.,  the  father
of  the  present  king,  to  his  consort,
Queen  Mercedes.    She died a  montli
afterward.    The king then gave it to
his sister, Maria, who died a few days
later.   Next the king gave the ring to
tlie grandmother of Mercedes, and she
died within three months.    Convinced
that the ring was bewitched, and fear-
ng to bring further disaster to liis
family,  Alfonso XII.  placed It  in  his
own jewel casket���and died before thg
year closed. SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   td
The king's second wife, who sur-1 the undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
vived hlm, was unwilling to assume I der for Purchase of North Half of Lot
ownership of the ring, and ordered it 3, Block 13, Clarkson* and Begbie
placed on the statute of the Virgin of! streets, New Westminster, B. C." will
Aludena. which stands in one of the'be received until 4.00 P. M., on Tues-
Madrld parks. It lias remained therie day, November 15, 1910, for the pur-
for years unguarded, as safe as behind | chase of the lot mentionel.
fortress walls, for not a thief in Spain | Kach tender must be accompanied
would steal lt. I by an accepted cheque on a chartered
All the superstitious people of Spain ! bank, tor the sum of flve hundred
���and they are numerous���believe ; ($500.00), payable to the order of the
that while Its touch would mean death ; Honourable the Minister of Public
to them, it possesses magic influence Works, which will be forfeited if the
over the life of King Alfonso, its tenderer decline to complete the pur-
legal owner. chase.
Tickets and Reservations from E.
Goulet, or write to Win. Stapleton,
General Agent, 272 Main Street. Winnipeg.
New Scotch and English Worsted,
Tweed and Serge Suiting for gentlemen, made to order. Workmanship
and tit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
13 Begbie Street.
T. P.
Morrison
Phone 624.
J. H. Taylor
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every  kind.  Prompt
attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.      New Westminster, B.C.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up    $5,000,000
Reserves  .$5,900,000
HAS NOT  RESIGNED.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
\    Leaves New Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at  Port
Gulchon tj:30 p. m.
\    Leaves   Port   Gulchon    8:00    a.m.
| dally, except Sunday,  arrives at New
l Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
M. J.
Sole   Agent
PHILLIPS
in   New   Westminster
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas fi:00 a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station, New'Westminster, 10:20 a. in. dally oxec.pt
Sundny.
Leaves New WeBttnlMtQ. bridge
passenger station '���'. fai |> m . nrrlvo.
Sumas 8:00 P.m. dully except  Sunday
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the highest or any tender.
  By order.
Commissioner  Coombs,   of  the   Salva- r   q   DESROCHEUS,
tion Army, Denies Cable Report. Secretary.
Toronto,  Oct.  17.���A    report    from;     Department    of    Public   Works.  Ot-
England  that    Commissioner  Thomas  tawa, October 12, 1910.
B.  Coombs,  of  the   Salvation     Army,   ^_________________��_����_____-
had   resigned   because   oi   differences	
With   the   central   authorities   in   Eng-] LAND   ACT. I
land,   was   emphatically   denied   today 	
by  the commissioner  himself     "lfi  B   New WentmlnMer Land  DtfltrlCt.    D *
lie." said he, "a Ue made out ol whole trict of Ne�� Wettmlnster.
cloth.    General Booth is In hearty ac-      Take notice    that .lohn    PwdiOSOd
cord   with, and   has  endorsed  our  lm    Mhkks.  of Nelson    Island.    OCCttpfttlon
migration work in Canada,   He thoi   farmer, intends! to nppiv tet  penal*
oughl.   agrees with  us that Canada  Is   .Ion   to   pufmhut  the    following    tle-
1111   essentially   agricultural   country, scribed lands
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from tbe Atlantic to the Pacific: in Cuba
throughout the Island; also in
Porto Ulco, Bahamas. New York
and  London,  Kngland.
Correspondents In all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminister Branch.
I.   M   RICHARDSON, Man .sjer
MUM WORK
I
Art Muslins, 5c yard
Beautiful Floral Designs
Pillow Cases, 15c each
Full Size
Axminster Rugs, $1.90
Large Size
And Many Other Bargains
unit we must devote om energies tn
bringing oul farm laborers and do
ini'stic servants"
Commlsslonei Coombs win t>" west
on Immigration business thla week
Commencing   nt   n   posi   plAutodlflg done by tis drives
Rlicnif      film      Ulllo   nottliPRPf      f'oin   Ihi
REPAIRING   ROTTEN   ROW.
one   niiio oortneasi   trom
|ipS,1   of   BlllingS   hay,   and  shout     jn
, iniM- pHofpiiv from   the   southeast
riiino- of timber lot number .M7.I41.
iiimi.n north 4" chains, theme '-Ruin chains, (hence south 4" cii.lns.
tlienio wrsl 4<l ehnlno tti point of
i oitim. ncniiieni, containing I'm fteftlti
mote or l��sa
john prcnniNANi' raoob.
E.shlonahle  London   Rltle Being  M.fle
Over During  Dull  Town  Reason,
Willi Itio (jlose ofl     Dntod August gl, 10)0
Rotten iow is   -���'_.. i, i i      in
some much need
Apsley   house etid
London
the i.nn i
preMBt i
ed  lepnlt
Ocl   17
ui season.
the utmost SfltflfflfitJefli Our equipment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and Stiff
machine has been installed.
Clean,   Economic,   Prompt.
White labor only employed
indirgofng
.      At Mi"
Hll'
ii   long     Ome     been
I iifier ruin th" wutor
in pools, causing �� good
to    ihleis    and
NOTICE.
and
the  way  has
badly diaiiied
hns lain th""
iieiii of   annoyance
lior. cs
This is at last being put right
a   .mall in my of workmen Is busy     A ���
ri���t  which Is not  K"nenillv  known  IS|
thai tb�� whole of Hotter, tow is iovt
ed  frith  bilrk. with  only an lOCH  and
a half of Thames s��nd above     In the
portion  of the  tide  now  under  repair
thn   bricks   nf   to   he   replaced
broken ones In order to better faeill
tate the dr.ilnng"
110,000 9UIT OVER A TOOTH.
It   w. ��   Swallowed   and   Coughed    Up
��nd Olrl  AiM D. mages,
vi.icort. Oa., Otl   11    I*'-aM*<>  Vfls*
Btttrnte OtTYOngHfi white te t Oontfet's
chair, swiiio. "<? * 21U, ��',"i'm   ��1 8 1tO*>
gfK( 'th��   CO��r1   JO   f)*'rtr.<i f,f>r   *��� I'i/ii"n'i
���I rtum*. ��s The t-tXft was later
eofighd. up The tteiltet, ��������� **������ LaaleT,
declares lbs "tooth" wis �� $(M < <������
from a crown. >ind thnt the y.onnfc
��� , .-.ti sw.il:o*ed it in . fir of eon. h-
in*
On .ml after October I. MHO. we.
llm undersigned, wlll sell cosi for
, g .I, onlv either with the order 91 on
delivery.
Oll.l.KT   mot}.,  f-TO
JOSWfO  MAY WIS.
RBI,TWA   *   CO
Mew WestrnlRstar, Sept. 24.
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       IAILY        NEW
Eastertrook Milling Company.
Elmrne,   B. Li.
FLOUR!      FLOUR
HUNGARIAN JEWEL  . $6.75 per bbl.
(MPgftlAL    $7.00 per bbl.
TIAMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
MIN006 FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl
McQuarrie & Co.
FNOT'R ANH FKKI) MRl'tCHANTR
FRONT  STREET.
New V'-'estmlnster.
Telephone 33S,
1
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TOES*'.
Fred Davis
" The Man Who Saves You Money *
655 FRONT STREET
OSE OXLY THE BEST
PERrVNO
LYE
ISttlSTANDARDlItlCll
READY FOR USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
fer mtklti io��p, *i(Unlmw>tar,
r*m*Tlni eld paint, disinfecting
���Ink*, cloeeta. drain* aad far
many alhar purpaaaa. A caa
aquala 30 peunda SAL SODA.
SOLD KVKRVWHCIIE.
C.W.QILLETT 2W?,7K
TORONTO.ONT,
iJWIMBWOB'iira
L
A Good Buy
Two Large Lots, to lane, with nice 7 Room
House, facing River Drive, between 18th and 20th
streets, on Eburne car line. Price only $2,000,
$500 Cash, balance very easy.   Secure this.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
. 009 Columbia Sttoot
The Now Westminster CityLSpocialutt
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PAGE EIGHT
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER  18, 1915
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HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right orices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia St. Principal
Mrs. James P. Price, of -U Third
ivenue. will receive tomorrow and
thereafter on the third Wednesday of
each month.
The Lancashire Old Boy. regular
meeting wlll be held on Thursday,
Oct. 20, in the rear of the old Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street. All are
requested   to  attend.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at
get bouciuets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. **
G. D. Brymner, Mrs. Brymner. Mrs.
Farquhar McRae and Miss Cotton returned on  Saturday from   a  trip   to
Portland.    Seattle    and    other    coast
cities.
Mrs. Frank Pearson will receive at
her new home. 422 Third stieet. pn
Wednesday afternoon. Next montli
Mrs. Pearson will be at home on tlie
second Tuesday and the third Wednesday.
Information has been received by
the Department of Marine and Fisheries. Victoria, from the Municipality
of Richmond, that the North Arm
Bridge of the Fraser River will be
closed from October 13, 1910*, for repairs, until further notice.
Two matches in the newspapermen's individual tournament were
howled off yesterday. Fraser beat
Lane, and Best beat McKay; neither
score is for publication. Sutherland
I still has to play Turner, and Wade
! must play Levy in tlie first round,
At last night's meeting of the council accounts amounting to 514.070.31
distributed among the different com-
I mittes as follows, were passed for
payment: Parks, $70.35; light, $5642.-
81; health, $23; bridge. $370.30; market, $8.50; tire, $208.20; water. $1868.-
20; finance for schools. $1249.06; finance. $1227.20; police, $306.60;
hoard of works, $3115.00.
Mrs. Wilson, of Nanaimo, grand
chief of the Pythian Sisters, and Mrs.
Rawilnson, another member of the
order from the Coal city, visited Mainland Temple No. 14 yesterday evening. Terminal Temple No. 15, of Vancouver, paid a surprise visit to the
local lodge, about twenty members
making the trip. While in the city
Mesdames Wilson and Rawilnson are
guests of Mrs. A. H. Ferguson, Agnes
street.
A ttr active
Window
Draperies
Probably  some  of your  windows are In need of 1     'curtains,    Have  you brer stopped to consider what is the
most attractive  and   serviceable   material''      When   v.,.
an- bringing  our stock  we endeavor   to   Select    pattern
in   materials   suitable   for   a ny  window  in a home.
Vou will  And <nir showing, curtain    muslins   Biiited   I
~~.\     any requirement, he it in tlie garret or the hest room li
home.
Todav  we  describe a  few  of our Madras and Muslins
Athletics Defeat
Cubs in First Game
(Continued  from Page One.)
SANITARY    NOTICE.
Hand Bags
New Stock        Good Valuer.
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of
Hand Bags ever shown in
this city.   From $1.00 up.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1.
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster,   B    C.
H
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'    LYNE'S
1         Hew and Second Hand Store
���^              (Late Alex Speck)
I           743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
Ihe Central tote! Cafe
Opposite  B. C. E. R. Drpot.
25c - Merchants Lo; li - 2k
CHOICE COOKWG
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRiAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623   Hamilton  St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, EavetrougH
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cess
pools,  Septic  Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
Na-Dru-Co
Tooth  Paste
ALSO
Talcum Powder
Rose, Borated, violet and Flesb.
See Our Window.
T. A. MUIR & CO,
Dispensing Chemists. i
Deane Block.    4(1 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
four balls atid "Chief" Bender came.
The Indian, who is a good hitting pitcher .sent a single to center and Murphy scored the second run. Strunk
fliel to Sheckard.
Third Inning.
The Chicago men went out in one.
two, three order in their half of the
third, but Philadelphia added another
run to their toal in their turn at hat.
Lord opened with a two-bagger to center went to third on Collins' sacrifice
and came home on Baker's hit to left.
Davis struck out.
Fourth   Inning.
In  the next inning. SchuUe got  to
first on balls and was out stealing second, to the delight of the crowd.   The
oilier two batters  were easy  outs.
When tbe Phila leiphians came to
bat tbey found a new pitcher in the
box. Overall, in bis three innings,
bad been touched up for six bits and
for a total o ftbree runs. Mclntyre.
the new comer showed excellent form.
durphy, the first man to face hlm,
went out iin ,i grounder to Tinker.
Parry also fell an easy victim and
Thomas struck nut. it was tlie flrst
lni li '- thai the local men did not ee
i I.i'.
Five. Six and Seven.
The fifth, sixth an.l seven innings
passed without anythl . sensational.
Both Bender and Mclntyre were working in championship form and not a
man on either side saw second base.
Eighth Inning.
In the eighth tlie Americans added
another, run to their score. Strunk
and Lord, the first two men up. fall-
e-.i to reach first, Collins, who is the
first champion base-stealer of the American league failed to worry Mclntyre
as lie took a long lead off first base.
Twice tlie Chicago pitcher shot the
ball to Captain Chance to catch the
fleet-footed Collins, and on the secon:! throw almost had him.
Then Mclntyre tried again and this
time threw wild and the ball rolled
to the bleachers. Collins was off in
an instant and did not stop until he
reached third. He scored -a itmirent
later on Maker's hard drive Yo tlie
:i'-!.: field fence for two bases.
Davis hit to Mclntyre and was
thl  >W0 out at first.
The   Final   Inning.
The ninth .inning .was..the most exiting  oi   the  entire  game.     As   Ben-
der walked  on  the  field,  the crowd.
which had started to leave, called on
'.i-i  to shut  out. tli"  X; tionals  but  it
b doomed to disappointment?,
Tinker, the first man up. hit to center fielder with a single and took second   when   Strunk   rumbled   the   ball.
Kling  singled and Tinker Bcored,
With on.- nm in an.l one man on
bi - -^ and none out. the crowd became
anxious, but the In .Man did not waver,
; ��� imonl waa senl In to bai for Mclntyre, and the Lest he could do was
to Bend a weak grounder to Collins,
who tossed him out. Shreckard struck
"in an.id tremendous cheering.
Schultz diew his second base on
balls and then up came Hqfman always s dangerous man al bat.
With two on bases, a home run ovei'
tl e fern e would ti" the score, but
Pender, still calm, tightened up ar. !
the fast center fielder sr>nt a grounder to Baker. The latter stepped on
third and Kane who was running for
Kling, was forced out. ending the
game.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
earbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanltarv Bvlaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE.
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13. 1910,
The Public
Supply Stores
Look Over
our groceries nnd then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wlsfc. If you ate a particularly good Judge of a certain
article call for It and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
mote than favorahle.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfqcl confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
42-Inch  Cream  Madras in  floral designs, per yard 25c and  30c.
45-Inch white or cream  Madras in neat stripes, squares and  floral designs.    Per  yard,  40c  and   Ijc.
50-Inch Madras, cream and ecru, in a splendid range of light medium
and heavy weights, with lace-like or heavy conventional designs.
Per yard adc, tiOc and t>5c.
Heavy Madras known as "velef Madras" with heavy patterns,
scalloped edges; cream and ecru very rich finish. Per yard S5c and
$1.00.
Two-Tone Madras in heavy conventional designs In rich shadings of
cream, ecru, brown .etc.
Colored Madras In a large range of colors, in weights anrj designs,
suitable for window and arch drapes, library and hall windows, etc.
Per yard, 45c to $1.50.
New Art Sateens
and Cretonne
Draperies
Kvery piece In our targe new showing was personally selected���the
choice le exceptionally lame, both in quallt) and design. Many attractive inexpensive fabrics, suitable for curtains, cushions, c vers,
drapes, etc., are to be had at less cost than usual. See tlie special
showing.   This week.   Per yard,15c to 46c.
Children's
Bear cloth
Coats
$2.75 to $5.50���A splendid assortment of white and brown
Bearcloth Coats for tlie littlo
folks. Sizes are here suitable for children one-half to
six years of age. Coats are
trimmed with flat braids and
braid ornaments. Many of
coats are made with double-
cape or smart military collars. Flannellette and
heavy satin lining add to
weight and warmth of the
garments. Prices each t'2.',Z
}::, Jj.5u, .4.7".. jr. and $5.5
Children's
Knitted Wool
Coats
White knitted coats, not the
us tal sweater st;.le, but
di.; isy, full an ���] ree '<
length. C iats nl< ely Hue I
;.: I made v Ith t arno\ er collars and cuffs; trimmed with
fancy bral Is. bi vera! styles
from which to choose.
Each,  $3.00.  $4.50, and  $6.75.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
CITY     OF     NEW     WSETMINSTER
Tende-s for New Flre Hall.
The corporation requires tenders
for t e e< 'tlon of a new Fire Hall
on Thirteenth stieet.
��� Plans and si educations as pre>
pared by J, YV. B, Blujkraan, City
Efaglneer, can be obtained at the City
Hull during offlce houi s,
'I enders to be delivers l to the undersigned by 5 o'clock p. tn. on tbe
Mth. day of Octi Ner. 1910,
The lowest or any tender nol nee-
assai llj acci : ted
W. A. DTINC YN.
City Clerk,
City Hall  0 itober 11, 1910,
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Some Special Snaps j
-THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY-
Streets on three sides
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* fi lots on Second street.   Excellent view.
��� of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms. *
. 10   lots  extending  from   Flrsl  to   Second   street.     This   property 1
��� Is especially well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear. J
* Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE. ,
!     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.     j
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Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
Look  Over Your Wardrobe.
We can help you work wonders with clothes you are inclined to throw away. Take no
chances with articles of value.
G. F. BALDWIN, Proprietor.
Phone R 278.      345 Columbia St.
Wayon  will call for and deliver
goods.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 16, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, al 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
' _. Returning  to   New  Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning wlll leave every week-day morning al 7 a.m, and Ladnei
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westmln-
ster at r, a.m. . . .
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT. JARDINE, Manager
THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
Home wiring a specialty. All orders
given pronlpt attention, and night
calls answered.
Phone*' 7$.  ��nd 531.
Office:   -   ���   ���     ���*'*��� Cofun'.Cla Street.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in themeat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
[COLUMBIA STREET|
. ADVERTISE IN THE NEW5
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