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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME B, NUMBER 217.
legislative _Sl
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.  *
. 1910
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMtN.STtilf.OR I 4
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1910,
PRICE FIVE        NTS.
NEW OPERA HOUSE
TO COST $150,000
Fine Building to be Erected
on Columbia Street by
Westminster Capitalists.
DISTRICT EXHIBIT TO DE
DISPLAYED IN SEATTLE
ROOSEVELT MAKES      I PREDICTS CLASH
DEflTE STATEMENT
Sa r.ples  cf   District   Produce  and   Resources Will  Be  Brought to the
Attention of Travellers.
WITH JAPANESE
Publicity    Commissioner  Wade    is
now engaged in unpacking the exhibit
it the Westminster exhibition.
he had
A scheme for the building of a flrsl
class opera house in thla city, which
l,as bei n under consideration for some
tln,, i,,,, now advanced to such a
... | thai rough plans of the proposed
building have heen drawn and sub-
.,,,,! to the local baokerB of the pro-j in Seattle
. ��� Tin's is In accordance
^^******a
The total cost of the  undertaking,
mliii.   the   Hite.    will    be In    the
{The money
_^^^^
of   the
Might Run Again for Presi- Controversy With the United
dent, if Solid South Would States Inevitable, Declares
Support Him. Bob Evans.
LAND SALESMEN IN DAKOTA i TRANCE AffECTI *
ADVERTISING PORT MANNi
irge.
would  willingly  run
I.i i
neighborhood of IISO.OOO.
Is being pul up by
Atlanta,  (ia..  Oct.   11.���"Hy  Ceo
if I tboughl  I could    carry
the fair parts | Southern Btate, I
for i he presidency."
Colonel   Rooseveli   made  that   state-
neat Saturday, it was learned yesterday, in the presence of Mayor Maddox
and oilier members of ihe reception
^^^^^^^^^���.��, ,=��� him through
Northern, who. at their headquarters | Atlanta's streets.
in   Seattle,    maintain    extensive    ex- j     As the procession
local syndicate, Ihlbits of all the products and natural
He   has   received   from   some
districts represented at
of their exhibits and al present he Ib
engaged  In combining them  with    a
view to mailing a permanent exhlhlt
with arrange- j
ments that have heen made with    the I       _^_. ^^m ^H
publicity departmenl    of   the   Great I commlttee that escorted
Waterfrontage   Held   by   Movius   Company Across the River Is Placed
on the  Market.
Xew York, Oct. 11.���Tl
mt
headed by one of the hest known business men In the city. For private rea-
BOns ii is nol considered advisable to
publish the names of those Interested
at the present time.
The advance plans of the building
call ror .i structure 66 by 132 feet, the
site being on a Columbia street corner
lot. one of the most valuable on thai
thoroughfare. The theatre will be
, . ��� feel high on Columbia street,
while on the street at the rear the
entrance to the stage will he on a
level with the ground.
,���  stage   is  to   be   thirty   feet   by
Blxty, while the opening will he thirty-
I e feet w Ide and thirty-two feet high.
I.,. douse   is    to    have    a    seating
ity of  1700, the  pit seating 800.
points of their differ-
I resources on a I
enl lini-.s.
Hitherto their line running Into
Canada on tlie coast has been neglected in this respect, but they have taken
advantage of the offer made by t
publicity commissioner and will
mit him to establish nn exhibit of t
moved along the
streets, with tlie colonel bowing liis
acknowledgments to the thousands on
^^^^^^^^^^^^    a clash of
ingle iKome kind  between  Japan    and    the
j l'nited States Is inevitable is the opinion of Hear Admiral Robley IJ. Evans,
i as  expressed   i.i   an   interview   given
|out  by the old  Pghter  from  his  Xew
York hotel.    He is visiting Xew York
for tlie first time since his recovery
from the illness which compelled him
to stand on crutches at Carnegie Hall
a year ago while delivering a lecture.
"I think we must have friction with
the Japanese sooner or    later."    said
the admiral.   "But it will be over the
question of dollars and cents. In other
As an indication of the spread of
the fame of Xew Westminster, and
especially of Port Mann, an advertisement appearing in this paper is interesting.
The Movius Land and Loan company,  with
BY RAIEWA! STRIKE
Conduct Campaign With
Secrecy and Suddenly Tie-
Up Traffic When Ready.
Paris, Oct. 11.���Tlie employees of
the Northern railroad wept on striko
early   today,   and   hy   eleven    o'clock
ie
per-
ie
at their
products of the Fraser valley
offices In Seattle.
There Is no question in tlie mind of
Mr. Wade thai the exhibit at Seattle
will be an advertising success, for
Seattle is the Mecca of all Western
American tourists and there are probably more people who will see the exhibit there than If It were placed at
almost  any other point  in  America.
Mr. Wade had intended to make an
I exhibit of
CHOLERA EPIDEMIC
IS INJURING ITALY
the balcony 600 and the gallery 31 io.' exhibit of a similar nature at Chicago.
��� , , will be two boxes downstalis.l ,,!l1 Forne ot the material be had heen
two upstairs and two half boxes in Proffllsed by the different districts
the balcony. I have been diverted Into different clian-
it is the intention to have tlie house   nels-  !1,ul  -L��  for  "ie present   he  has
completed  by  the  flrst  of August  of|had '�� drop that scheme.
pext  year.    .None  of the  stores    at]
j ,.,���,- on the properly  are held on
,   .��� '������     otlce to vacate wlll be
ti' en shortly.
���  The Bi     tl eatre,  which  will  ha'.o
the I eating  c ipaclty   of any
In  British   Columbia,  will    be
rick and reinforced concrete,
- , ���,       ������ pare  favorablj.  la     _)���
���   md appointments, with any
���  in tbe .vest.
Hurry Tl I).   ,vho is to  be the  ln.ni-
���1 tl.is house, and who has been
Insi iBental In Inducing the backers
M becomi   interested In i lu- venture,
has fo      me I Ime past been In com-
latl in   with  the  Seattle otl Ice  of
the Ni      resi Theatric tl   at sociation
Ui ht Cort i. and  bas been    assured
'   ' ���    Igh i kiss attractions that
up"  this  citv   will   be   seen
'��� i as booh as the new theatre    is
��� ���
': ���   i Ian   of the    building    shows
��� tores    fronting    on    Columbia
��� ���       ���   these it is estimated that
iboul (5000 a year could
te obtained.
words, about the trade of the Pacific,
either side. Mayor Maddox told Mr. j The population that borders upon the
Roosevelt that he had lived in Atlanta j Pacific is greater than that living up-
all his life and the crowd was the;on any other body of water. Tbe
largest be had ever seen on th6 I trade of the Pacific wlll be the great
streets on any occasion. I trade of tlie future.   The Japanese un-
"You  see,  Colonel   Roosevelt,"  add-1 doubtedly will be ambitious to control
el   Colonel   Fred   J.   Paxon,  president   it.
of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce,' "We have no merchant marine now,
"what the people of Atlanta would do ��� but one of these days the American
for you. if you gave them a chance."     | people  are  not  going to  be  satisfied
"I   regard  it   as  unfortunate."  said I with  this  state  of   things.    Then
headquarters in Ll.lger-j this morning tlie tie-up of the system
wood. -North Dakota, i.s advertising was practically complete. At that
property in Port Mann. As North Uour tralns <)lllv lor Calais and Co-
Dakota has about the least water of h0gne were moving. Military engineers
any   of  the     .North   American   states.  bave been ealled t0 repiace the strlk.
the fact  that a  firm  there  is buying '     *********^^
and   advertising  for  sale   property   in |
tbe  most  recent   port  on  the  Pacific
coasi is interesting.
This Is not the only firm in the
middle west which sells coast property, but it is the only one so far to
recognize and take advantage of the
great possibilities in Port Mann.
MISS CORELLI   ISSUES
"THE  DEVIL'S  MOTOR'
Colonel   Paxon   last
ii"
night, "that the [any country does not agree to a peace-
matter reached the newspapers, asjable division of trade there will be
Colonel   Roosevelt   was   the  guest   of | trouble.     But   the
London. Oct. 11���Miss Marie Corelli,
the novelist, who has just issued a
story entitled "The Devil's Motor,"
has squeezed all the essence of    ibe
the city and I considered his statement, made in liis usual enthusiastic
manner, as confidential."
PICK UP AND CARRT
BUILDINGS BY HAND
"gry Mlnert    Put    Then    Back
Foundations  After   They   Are
Dragged Off Lots.
Oct.   li- Private
-eived here    today    from
"" are that  stirring times
Business   Is     Suffering    and     Foreign
Travel   Is   Deflected  fro n  the
Country.
Rome. Oct. 11.���The cholera out-
break which threatens t.> become an
epidemic will be a big setback to the
country'. I' has already injured business, and it is feared that travellers
will avoid the country until the da -
ger is over. Travellers leave mil!. ...
here annually, indeed, there are ��� < s
and inns whose existence is dej ��� .-ent
upon them.
A number of wealthy Neapolitans
who contemplated going to Paris to
avoid the cholera plague had to
Change their plans because of the announcement  that  the French authorl-
BERLIN NET CATCHES
IMPORTANT SUSPECT
^^^^^^^^^^^^ sooner we put a
fleet on the Pacific and keep it there,
the better it will be for us, for sooner
or later friction is bound to come."
MANGLED BODIES TAKEN
EROM STARKVILLE MINE
ers, but the number is inadequate.
Several acts of violence occurred
before daybreak. At St. Qrentin tlie
tracks were torn up. Two locomotives collided at Terginer, and obstructed the main track. Military
forces liave taken possession of several trains and bave been posted
along the road.
Strike Wholly Unexpected.
The strike developed over night
and took the company and the public
by surprise. There has been ill-feeling on the part of employees for some
time owing to the refusal of the
.Northern road to increase the wages
of the men to a minimum of $1 a
day, and to grant other concessions.
I Tin   ^^
was It realized
;.-  would be    on
Prisoner Is Accused of Having Obtained $4,000,000 by  Fraud  in
Short Tirr.e.
Ten  Victims  cf  Disaster  Brought  Out j FOB  SALE  FOR TEAR 10
cf  Bowels of the  Earth���Mouth
of   f.'.ine  Kept  Clear.
        "' ������	
���MH   1 H^^H     ^LWa*^M
  i
Berlin, Oct 11.���Dr. Albert Ebef Starksvtlle, Colo. .Oct. 11.���Ten
has been arrested here charged with'bodies of miners were found todav in
swindling, it la believed he obtainedUe n,.fuled starksv.lle mine, near
tio.it the Braganzas claimants ol the1* ,        , , , - ,
Portuguese     crown     by     fraudulent  l,fcre- 1,fter ,he rtfeuers 8W *o*W
means  nearly   $4*000,000. ; incessantly since the explosion Satur-
venoni with which she treats her pet ' There  have   been  rumors  of   an   im-
aversion. [pending sti ike, but the men cohduct-
Tlie sincerity of her hatred and her|ed tl:eir Pliins with great secrecy, and
incisive  style  give  the  work  a  rigid  not un,iI 'ast evenin
re-ellant power.   She loathes automo- that the fight piobal
hiles and the devil, and invokes them today.
thus: The  demands  originate 1   with   the
"On and over all beauty, all tender- "Oder trainmen, the baggage handlers
ness, all truth, 1 rile, the avenger, the nnd ticket takers, but they were sup-
destroyer, torturer of souls, arch ! Ported by the complete personnel, as
enemy  of  God,  the  kingdom  of hell, every branch of the service has some
grievance. The strikers threaten to
draw to their support the employees
of the State railroad lines.
Work  ceased on the freight  trains.
and one left the city last night. Later
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    iin   the   night    telegraphic    and    te\e-
_ phonic communication along the road
WHflFVFR RllW HlfiHFRT was interrupted, and thus the manage-
THIULlLU   UlUU   I11UIILJ1   meIU waa ln istlorance Rf what trains
  (were moving.   The postal department
I hurrie lly prepared an automobile ser-
Omaha Youth Who Writes Pcetry But   vice to carry the  mails in the  north.
No   trains   left   Paris   hetween    mid-
grows wide and deep, praise to man
who makes it."
His exploit is of chief Interesl to
Americans in connection with the
overtures which led Prince Miguel to
bis marriage with Mis.s Annette
Stewart, of .New  Vork,    Whether  he
day night which entombed approximately 60 workers. Tbe men were
killed by the force of tlie explosion
and   the   bodies   burled   and   fearful
Likes to  Work,   Makes  Peculiar
Offer to Chicago Newspaper.
was really concerned  in  that   matter mangled by the falling rocks
is perhaps a question, hut he claimed
a large share of the credit for the
match.
He was tl e confidential financial
agent for Priuee Miguel and for his
next younger bi other, Prince Frances
Joseph.
It is said be persuaded Prince
Miguel to invest in tlie Gelatin Petro-
eum company, which was exploited to
The bodies were found in the main
tunnel at a point two miles away from
the entrance. The first two bodies
were brought to the surface at 10:30.
They were taken  in  charge by    the
j ni lilt and five o'clock. H^^^^^
Paris  Suffers   Most.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ At daybreak this city was severely
  I affected.    Only a few- suburban trains
arrived  from outlying districts.    Sev-
Chlcago,   Oct.   11.���Arthur  L.  Spen- eral mail trains for Germany suspend-
cer, age:! twenty-nine, of Omaha. has'ed operations.    Others proceeded for
written to a newspaper here offering  Brussels after long delay.
to sell  himself into servitude for one I     it   ���as   learned   that  at    St.    Denis,
year to the highest bidder. 550 engineers out of a total of 600 re-
"The   price  sliall   be   paid   into   mv\fuse(] to man their engines.    At Lacli-
han'ds in full  upon  my    surrendering J.
myself." he wtites. "My purchaser is
to furnish ir.e with board, room and
clothes during my year of servitude,
and whatever money he or she may
advices
Iditarod
bave   re-
'' been witnessed in that place.
u"   men     at    Iditarod     Clt)      bad
' **  to   pay   a   certain   sum   for     a
1 '   '   "I   iand   oil   wbicb   tbey   ha 1   lo-
' :      ' ire building.   The property
Was claimed by the townsite company.
���  date ot payment came and
���    was not forthcoming,   the
'''''  oil:,,.!,   obtained   teams  and
ai'��md the building off ibe property
" "ie sireet
ties were likely to quarantine them at ;(lrjve the Standard Oil companv out of
Be It   is   satd   that  one-third   of  Europe, and in so-called loans he lot
the people of Naples have left that | prinCe Prances Joseph heavily In debt
city. A number went to Switzerland,
many to London. A batch of Italians
who had left their homes at Brooklyn,
X. V.. intending to pass tbe winter in
Naples and thereabouts, have returned to the Unite 1 States.
One reason assigned for the cholera
is thai the people have been eating
heartll) of oysters cultivated in water
contaminated by sewage, lively undertaker in the city is busy conducting
funerals, and their facilities are
limited.
Must Be Reheard.
Washington, Oct 11.���The supreme court of the nited States today reassigned the Standard Oil and
the American Tobacco company cases
for bearing on January :>, on the motion of Attorney-General WIckersham.
coroner and relatives were permitted j see fit. I am to be trained in an oecu
to identify them by the clothes only. Ipatlon and given an available chance
The bodies were mangled almost be-j to mount the ladder of success. At
yond recognition. | tlie expiration  of the year I should be
Deputies guar Iin g the mine were ' worth something to my purchaser,
ordered to keep out all but rescuers, | "I do not use intoxicating drinks; I
even newspaper reporters, away from ! am honest and believe 1 am net .1
the mouth of the mine. The coroner coward. I have a natural talent for
has made all arrangements for hold- Writing poetry, but at the same time
ing an inquest love to work."
As th.e work of rescue proceeds   the  ���
danger from after-damp increases.   As I SEEKING FUNDS.
the debris is cleared away  little    by |  ,
little and passageways 'are made, Democrats t0 Get Backing of Interests
poisonous gases    overcome    the    res-1 in Next Campaign.
aptelle Ito per cent of the men struck.
Strike    May    Become    General.
Inquiries   on   lines  other i'ian   the
Northern  developed  a   decided  srrike
j ..emimenr.       Tl.e   men   declare   that
, tliey only wait orders to cease work.
 ^^^^^ rescuers. Several workers were overcome today and had to be rushed out
of tbe mine to save their lives.
MOTION   PICTURE  CENSORS.
New
Have
Wl
Hit
York   City   Proposes     to
Supervisory  Board.
Xew     York.    Oct.     11.��� New     Vork
City is soon to have a municipal com-
mis: ion  of censors  to pass  upon    all
moving picture lilms shown within its
boundaries,  it   an  ordinance   which   is . .|8si���am.p of the ,e    was    ,,0,.t
said to have received the approval ol   ^        0nt wUll ?200      ^ w   c,.n.
1   ;";':: ' "; 'he board becomes law. ,oad8 of lies  h.iV0    rrlvefl   t
Relief is Arriving for
Victims of Fire-Swept Zone
Rainy  River, Ont., Oct. 11.���Relief,
is arriving for the stricken people of
Beaudette, spooner and    the    Rainy 1
River district.    First to come to thej
* committee was appointed b>    a
meeting to consult with   the
'""'������' sloner,   The ,��� unmlssloner told
. '      !l'1 Ittee he could do nothing in
u'0 matter, 	
Thal ntght I  men took tiie hull I-'.n,   unofficial   order  of   censors   was|tomi   colonel P. C Relsch
bo<My and lifted them hack onto established by citizen's organizations J Mtnnii ,|ie county seat of Beltrami, In
���������*��� foundations.    Nothing  h���o  .1^.  It" ,,.IS done much good work, hut has , wlll(.h tl,e nre was so severe. Is also
         on   ihe  ground   with   two  carloads  of
goods.
Sheriff lla'en with twenty deputies
will' ^^^
" n done
 aw
The ordinance provides for a board fl.om vtrglnla Mlnn t, <.,,.���.���, of
to consist ol three aldermen, who Aldennen Boylan and A. 11 Heritage,
shall have power to say what films .,.���.��� l,l,.lo.,(ls ,������ BUppUe8 came trom
shall not be shown here. A year ago Duluth ta eh.u.f.e of Mayor M, B, Cul.
an    Mmi;,,.i,|   order   of   censors   was ; , ,m    roi���ne| F. C. Ueisch, of Beini.ill.
Five nurses, a doctor, flfty cots and
thousands of loaves of bread and
thousands of pounds of meat liave
reached here from Winnipeg.
The funerals of nineteen lire victims were hell bere yesterday.
Several Rapid River homesteaders
got into root cellars and saved their
lives. The Sorensen family of nine
remained in the centre of their clear-
Washington, Oct.    11.���Republicans
'and Democrats alike are today finding
much to discuss in the    word    being
; sent out by tlie Republican    congressional convention in Washington, that
the Democratic party is today better
situated  financially  than  ever  before
in its history.
According to the congressional com-
mittee. all leading corporations and
financial Interests, including the "big
business" of Wall street, Is solidly
backing the Democratic parly, It is
reported that Andrew Carnegie has
contributed $60,000 to the New- York
campaign fund and that J. P. Morgan's
office is directing Woodrow Wilson's
campaign in .New Jersey.
It is said Morgan Is anxious to see
Wilson oppose Roosevelt in 1912 if
the latter runs for tbe presidency.
TOLD L'ENY MANUEL
RESIDENCE IN SPAIN
Request of Depcsed    Monarch    Meets
with Frigid Reception from Cas-
tiMian Authorities.
HOLD-UP GIRL.
Jress��d  lr
in
Wallace,
Fails
1  Man's Clothing, She
Life or Money  Play.
K��� I 'aho,   Oct, 11.���Although
(1|' '"''""led freely that she attempt-
...���' "��ld-up while dressed in  male
',���   "   ;|   10-year-old  girl  under arrest
'��day   steadfastly    declined    to
vm,,   er roa' "aille 01' address.   The
���     "**  ��oman  was booked  under the
"' ,'.' '"  Kate Summers.
,*''">     Chester    O.     Itichlie.   book-
Pm   for the  Hercules    mine,    was
'King  toward  Ids home shortly  he-
.^'"'diilght p0 w.,s 8toppea by u,e
li'ii.' p- ",1"1-"  wl'o  held  a  revolver
ti, 1 \ ,"'ll,lo's face, nnd ordered hi'ii
i01'1 ��P his hands.
vo'iTh ' Ki,'hlio erappled with the
SIi IH"' highwayman and landed 11
T|' ���'���' Punch on his opponent's jaw.
t* uexl moment he was surprised
pleadi '"' ""I'l'iUng feminine voice
ever �� ''"' fre('dom. Itichlie. how-
. took his rani Ive to thc police
Prison UDder tlle lmPre8B|on that his
tiniip,.6\\ wns a m,,n- wl'o possessed an
"OUBually high voice.
r      good work, but
im authoilty   to stop   an exhibition.
TN"  mo'osal of the official  board of
censors has the approval of the moving picture  men,  who  say  they
welcome such supervision.
and Sergeant II. Gill, With fifteen men
of  the  state   militia     from     Hemi.lji,
have taken  charge  of  the  ruins  and
 ��� j,l,e erection of tents and distribution
STOCK JUDGING.CONTEST ��f wjjjfj over   t���e
RESULTS   IN   DETAIL I t^AJ..ill^inj   ^^     ^     ^^   ^^  ^
lng  and  escaped.    Swan  Olson, .wife
and three children, escaped ln a root  SIR WILFRID LAURIER
house, as did the family of Theo Ste-i GETS GREAT  RECEPTION
bakken.    Lars Olson and  Mrs. Olson | 	
are safe.
Paul Morcli, a Beaudette musician,
went out to look for a homestead and
stopped at the Hanson place, leaving
there on the morning tlie fire began.
He has not been heard from since.
Four men from Davenport. Iowa, out j cheering thousands
looking  for land,  had  been  urged  to
return  to town as    they    were    uti-
the    woods    and    the
Montreal. Oct. 11.���Sir Wilfrid's appearance at the Monument Rational
here lust night was the occasion of
an enthusiastic demonstration. For
hours before tlie premier was to speak
the hall was packed to the doors with
As the   lays pass the real sor-  smoke was growing dense.   Theyjelt
The following are the results Q^hejpeat. ltuatloa u only becoming  safe,  however,  until   too  late.    They
10 ' run as far as they could.   One of them
apparent-
\t  various points In the forest fire
'/one between Warroad.    Minn.,    and
stoVlTjud.ingoo.npeti.Io., held ..nder
the direction of M. A. Jul at the I��o-
vlncial exhibition lasl week:
Over 21 years of age-l, J. McClug-
han   Port  Kells,  142 pointB!   2,, M. A. 	
Wells. Chilliwack, nnd P. H. ^ "son,,       .        ()f these n)nety lmve ),een
Chilliwack. 130   points   each.   4,   h.,  ���� ���,��� only slxtv    lrtenllHed.
Cooper, Chilliwack. ui 1 oun. .    . .,.,,,    (lres caa be seen away to the
M.   Bamford,   Chilliwack.   and   W   H.  TOJW^  ..^  ^^ ,.
'not dntigerous to human life.
Klre rangers complain that the heat
of the -rases prevents their proceeding
far Into the masses of charred trees
3    ,   ,,wl,cs   Ladner. 135 points;   4, i and underbrush.
p. Corbett, render Island, 125 points:.
Tender Island.    U3
dropped  from exhaustion  and  perished.    The others entered a small pool.
It:,iny  River,  reports  to  fire rangers  One escaped with severe burns on his
Indicate   that   139   bodies   have   been | face.
lnillC'1 �� ...-���.-      .1    Robei.t McInne,8i of    Wanter Road
River, and  his    son    John,    with    a
Higginson,      Chilliwack,
6auhnder 21 years of age-l, A. McAl-
lis el'a 'ner. Ma points;  2. Neptune
�� miner,  render  Island.  140  points:
5,  r.  Grimmer,
pomts;T"cTN<"vby,   Chilliwack, 00
points. ���     , ._
The full score was 200 points.
Tbe air in  the devastated  district
Is Ftill smoky nnd no further attempt
will  be  made to locate bodies  until
further reinforcements and relief are
I obtained today.
hlre.l   man  and   a  German  neighbor,
were twelve hours In the water.
The burned area is at .least thirty-
six miles wide and many of the
settlers are new to the country. Much
of this land was thrown open to homestead entry this summer and many of
the settlers have gone In far beyond
the roads where they had only a path
to reach their place. It may be months
before they are discovered, and some
of them may never be found.
Great masses of humanity unable to
gain admittance lined the streets from
Place Vlger station to the Monument
.National and cheered themselves
hoarse as the premier's carriage and
its escort passed along.
Sir Lomer Gouln, premier of the
province, presided, and with him on
the platform were Hon. George Graham, Hon. L. P. Brodeur. Hon. Sidney
Fisher and a number of prominent
local politicians.
There were several minutes of continuous cheering when Sir Wilfrid
Laurier entered the building.
Madrid, Via Hendays, Oct. 11.���A
semi-official report that Dom Manuel,
deposed king of Portugal, wishes to
take up his residence in Spain, is to-
day causing much excitement and it
is reported that friends of Cue government are urging that Manuel be
refused a residence within the Castll-
lian borders.
The supporters of the government
are especially anxious that Manuel be
excluded from Spain at the piesent
time. Tliey declare their belief that
to allow Manuel to live ln the country now, would result In Increasing
the general unrest an.l that the revolutionary party will tind added reason
for  foment ing  revolt.
The government is today taking;
every precaution to suppress any outbreaks that may occur Thursday, the
anniversary of the execution of the
revolutionist leader, Ferrer. All permits for demonstrations are being
turned down and any public expression on tlie part of Ferrer's followers
must he made in violation of the official edict.
Though the government has decreed that none of the monks and
nuns expellel from Portugal shall
take refuge In Spain, the clericals are
receiving hundreds of the refugees
into the monasteries and convents.
It Is reported today ln several localities that many fleeing nuns and
monks have been attacked and that
their lives are in monentary danger.
Will Attend Coronation.
Melbourne. Oct. 11.���Eighteen members of the fe.leral parliament, will attend the coronation ceremony ln London. They expect to meet politicians
of other dominions and discuss with
them the question of Imperial federa-
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May Die of Hiccoughs.
Juneau, Oct. 11.���John Nolanrt,. n
waiter on the steamship Jefferson, Is
at the St. Ann hospital, suffering from-
what has been diagnosed as "spinal
hiccoughs." Dr. Sloane believes No-
land's death will be caused by the
continuation of the hiccoughs.
Big Turnip Grown In Alaska,.
Juneau, Oct. 11.���Frank Hermltt,
the Japanese gardener above the city,
has on exhibition a turnip weighing
ten pounds seven ounces, raised In hfe
garden.        	
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER
1910.
Classified Advertisements REAL   ESTATEjBABY SUPPOSED DEAD
SEEN ON MOVING PICTURt
WANTED.
WILL TDK TWO LADIES WHO WIT-
nessed the assault ol two men on
the night of the fifth inst., on leav-
inv the Scotch concert, at about
10:30 o'clock, on Agnes anl Lorne
.tacts, communicate with P. 0.
Box 514 and c.i cat ly oblige the
abased.
FIND   NO
MINERALS
EAST   OF
ROCKIES
WANTED���LADIES THAT REQUIRE
their lints renovated or remodelled;
best work; moderate charges. Miss
Davey, practical milliner, 111 Sixth
street, near Fourth avenue.
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.l Dublin Btreets, from $2450
and up.   This i.s in the modernized
!    part of the city.   Cement Bidewalks
ami a block   from   the   care   line.
(264-C.)
LOTS on Edinburgh,
and London Btreet;
choicest.
Henley,   Dublin
some   of   the
(261-U.)
Montreal   Man  and  Wife  In   Pittsburg
Recognize Child Declared to Have
Died  in   Hospital.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED     HOUSE-
keeping  rooms, two  bedrooms aad
kitchen for four adults, close in.
State price. Address Box 60, Daily
News ofl ite.
SEVENTH avenue lot, close to car
line; price $800; one-third cash, balance six and twelve months. (266-C.)
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, SITU
alion as clerk in stoic. Address L
S..  Daily  News.
NANAIMO  street,  cleared    new    lot;
$950; one-third  'cash,   balance   six U the belief that their chi  '
i    ami twelve mon (hs.
Pittsburg, Ha.. Oct. 11.���.Mrs, Jules
Desterdocti, wile of the flrst violinist;
of tlie Pittsburg Orchestra, under,
Emll I'anr. now leader of (he Lyric
Theatre orchestra ef Pittsburg, is confined to her be.I. ai :'.", 1 Wood sireet,
a nervous wreck, under circumstances
wliich lead her lo believe that her
child, wliich was supposed t,> have
died last January, is still living. Mr.
Desterdocq  is even  more  pronounced
s living
Edmonton, Oct. ll.���All hopes ever
I held by  prospectors ami others that
mineral   indications   on    the    eastern
| slope ef the Rockies, discovered from
time to time, could he trace 1 to extensive deposits of minerals tire given a cold douce by the statemeni of
Dr. D. B. Dowling, Dominion geologist,
who has just reached Edmonton from
a trip west lo tlie mountains and who
states (hat lhe entire eastern slope of
the Rockies will never produce any
extensive or valuable deposits of mineral,    In making this statement   Dr.
Dowling   has   merely  stated   what    has
lorn: since been discovered to he true
by himself and other geologists, thai
the geological formation of the eastern slope of the Rockies is not of mineral formation, but chiefly limestone
and sandstone, thai the true mineral
formation is to lie foun:l in Hie inner
angles of the Rockies, dlsj lay lower
Strata of rods in which minerals have
l)een deposited. Consequently I
ported discoveries ef iron and
minerals at vaiious points on the eastern slope can amount to ni thin
Dowling slated that he had
samples of iron Btruck on the east* rn
slope near Cowley and Ihe same stale-
ment applies to ibis find i
finds on the eastern Blo.e.
d   other
tast
Dr
secured
to  other
MOVING
PICTURES
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say;
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
wages to the right girl.    Apply
Second stieet.
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WANTED���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, witli buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Fu.l
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings
(251-C.)  than liis wife, and today he took steps t
ito open one of the most peculiar cases!
I that   has  come   before   the   I'iitshurg
aul horitles In many ye irs.
'    Desterdocq   and    family    came    to|
'Pittsburg   from   Montreal.     A   moving
picture in the Lyric theatre is what
;has   caused   the   upheaval.     Dester-
rdocq today told the authorities thai
          both   he   and   his   wife   believe   that
FIVE ACRES in the Kennedy sub- their child, Georgette, did mu die of
division, close to car line. Price malignant dlptherla in the Municipal
mo per acre.    One-third cash, bai-1hospital   January    in   last    anl    was
New   York.  Oei.   11.���Rev.   Father
Curry, of the si. .lame.-' church, saj 9 j
th,.  moving  picture show.-- ate a curse
to  his  palish.
������There is more petty thieving," he
savs, "io get the monej to go to them
than anything else and mere Immorality stalls al (hem than any place
else. Tie suggestion of wrong-doing
is always there."
THIRD avenue, Burnaby, new house
and two lots, only $1400; $400 cash.
balance to arrange. t^'^:',-c.)
HAMILTON street lot between Sixth
: and Eighth streets, cleared, only
j .Tail: $300 cash, balance six, twelve
ind eighteen months.
street east.
ENGLISH        WOMAN (WIDOW)
seeks    work   hy    day.    Apply 1026
Cornwall street,
per
anee six and twelve months.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
S, prairie land.   Price $1-5 per acre; I
one-third   cash,    balance   one   and
two years. (204-A.) I
VV A N T ED ��� HOU S E K E E PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A GIRL FO 11 G EN K RAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���FINE LOT ON SIMP-
son street. Sapperton. all cleared,
close to car and new school. Price
fur a few days only $500: one-third
cash. Apply to owner. 471 Richmond street, corner Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE���SEWING MACHINE, AT
H. P. Vidal & Co.'s warehouse. Machine is in good condition and will
sell for $20.
THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
5 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price 5^70 per acre.
Terms     over      eighteen      mont lis.
(175-A.)
FIFTY acres in section 32, block 5
north, range - west, N. W. D.; absolutely the best subdividing proposition in Port Mann dlsti let today. Why ? The terms are one-
fifth cash, and the balance over
TEN YEARS, with
cent.
| buried   without   tlie   family   being   allowed to see her, but that she is alive,
land is tlie principle in one of tlie moving pictures at tlie tncatrc.
Desterdocq has appealed to Harry
Davis, owner of the theatre, and has
secured the two films which he claims
may restore to his family the little
one whom they claim must have been
kidnapped en route to the hospital
and another child substituted. The
frenzied father has also appealed to
the Edison moving picture people to
trace the films in question an! |urnlsh
him with all information possible.
I Both Desterdocq and his wife claim
to recognize in the Lyric pictures
tlieir supposedly dead child, Georgette
1 Last  January the chi
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��� EYES  TESTED   BY   OPTICIANS. \\ ,JEW  WESTM|NSTER.  B. ,
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The  rest  of  thei*
Municipal  hospital.    The  rest  of
nterest at 6 per (Desterdocq family were in Quarantine
(221-A.)  and the body was not shown to them.
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Telephone R 113. Office:   Princi
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FOR ��
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.)
FOR SALE��� .100 SECURES A NEW)
modern four or flve roomed cottage,
close to car line. 50x100 foot lots.
Enquire British Canadian Securities,
Columbia street. T. R. Pearson,
manager.   Plione 768.
SURREY
10  ACRES in  northwest
section 19. township
LEFT   IN
JAIL   TO
PASS   HIS
LAST   DAYS
quarter
$260
of
per
acre: one-third cash, balance six and
twelve moaths at 7 per cent, interest. (201-A.)
FOR    SALE���FIVE    ROOMED    COT-! FIVE ACRES  in  section  18, township
tage, modern, paneled dining room,
full plumbing. Apply at 1104
Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE ��� SUBURBAN HOME
comprising six v,r seven acres right
on the interurban car line between
Central Park and Westminster.
Good nine roomed bungalow, excellent water and windmill, large
sheds. The laud is all cleared and j
there are a quantity of fruits of
bearing  age.     This   ls  one  of  the j
8. on Newton road.    $150 per acre
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley dis
triets, cleared and in a high state
of cultivation; tram line running
through the property; good roads
on all sides. Price $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
most convenient along the line and I Through our branch   office   at   Kam-
\ve can recommend it. Price $13,500; |    loops we have received some of the
$4500 cash, balance on terms. E. N.
Sutherland, Merchants bank building. New Westminster.
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, $7'00 per acre for
this month $1500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOR SALE���CASH REGISTER, IS
inches wide, double key board, flrst
class condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Reid. Columbia street, next to
tram office.
FOR SALE��� FIVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300.
���balance $20 per month.   Box W. S., I
Railv News.
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Fty\  SALE OR  RENT   BY  OWNER.!
seven roem modern house on Fourth J
street,    Apply on premises for par-:
ticulars. or 512  Fourth street, N'ew
Westminster, B. C
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, NEW-
ly furnished, flrst class hoard, all
home cooking. Terms very reasonable, at  513 Agnes street.
TO RENT���A LARGE FRONT BED-
room, furnished. Apply Arrow Press,
609 Victoria street, near Daily
News.
To RENT���LARGE WELL FURN-
Ished front bedroom, suitable for
two gentlemen. Apply Box J. S.,
Daily News.
TO LET���FURNISHED KOOM, COR-
ner Acnes and Seventh stieets.
best fruit lands In that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
Frank C. Ceek, Gen. Manager.
Head Office 451  Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office -     Kamloops, B.C.
PORT MANN
LARGE LOTS (66x132) en Jshnsen
road; $208 each; $11.06 cash, $16.��0
per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
JOSEPH TRWERS
Real Estate, Auctioneer, Valuator,
Loans and Insurance.
Walker Block, Columbia St.
Phones:   Office  703,  Residence  L 611.
HOUSES FOR SALE.
SIX   roomed    bungalow,   new;    price
$2800; $400 cash, balance $100 every
three months.
SIX roomed    cottage    and    good    lot; |
$2300;  $600 cash, balance arranged.
Woodstock, Ont.. Oct. 11,���James
Taylor Scott died in Oxford county
jail yesterday and an inquest will be
held. He came here from Tllsonburg
in the beginning of September, bis
commitment being signed by Police
Magistrate Hare.
No crime was charged against him,
but it was stated he was a dangerous
lunatic.    As regards liis being dangerous, Governor Wilson of the jail here I
says it is absurd as   the man   when
brought in was unable even to stand j
or do anything for himself.    He need-'
ed a man to look after him almost ;ijl
the time.
Sheriff Brady sent particulars to the
Inspector of prisons and word was
sent from that otlice to Magistrate
Hare that the man ought not to be in
jail, and his brother and sister, who
live near Tilssonhury, weie notified to
come and take him away immediately.
No one came for him and the man
rapidly grew worse and lately was unfit to move.
What will be done In the matter is
not. decided, but it is thought that his
relatives will be asked to pay for the
trouble and expense In connection
with him. The local jail authorities
are indignant at the man being sent
here and look upon it as imposition.
Tlie beautiful home in the (hoicest part of the city on three
streets, Blackwood, Armstrong and Carnarvon, and on two huge IOt8;
$16,000, cash $5ooo, balance 6, 12 and is months.
Two hundred acres adjoining the proposed extended townsite of
Abbotsford on the southwest. This is an excellent proposition tor
subdivisions into five acre bio ks.   Price and terms on Inquiry.
Ten acres near Port Mann. ; t the southwest corner of section 35,
blocl; 5 north, range 2 west, on Quible and Townline roads, having
23 chains of road frontage andean be nicely divided into acre blocks.
$525 an acre: $2000 cash, balarce fi, 12 and 18 months. 1 have a large
list of choice homes at reason; ble prices.
D. D. BOURKE
Phone 719, or R 482 Evenings. Cor. Fifth Ave. and Twelfth St.
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CLYDE   FITCH   WAS   NOT
TROUBLED   WITH   EGOTISM
John Emerson, who staged "The
City," made several pertinent remarks
in the course of an address which he
recently delivered before a New York
society. Speaking of the author of
this play, the late Clyde Fitch, with
whom he had long been associated, he
said: "Clyde Fitch learned from
every one. I have seen him take suggestions from property men, from
;:taee cleaners; if they were good suggestions. He was absolutely without
that trait that is so common and lamentable tn our profession���self-conceit. I really believe it Is that quality
that places some actors who have
been high in their profession on the
down gra le; and the lack of it is
sending some up. I wish something
of this sort could be hung up in thei
dressing room of every actor in this
country."
FOR  QUICK  SALE
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting
on Fraser River. A very choice tract at a genuine
snap.    Price and terms given on application to the
Movius Land and Loan Co.
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A.
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Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50,  6:
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,  6:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:   Adults, 60c;  children  under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8 a.  m., 9  a.  m.
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���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-mlnute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. *
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. ���
Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute Bervice from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m, J
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. *
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BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Manv People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.
n,<siness   Accounts   opened
oa larorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
~ASSETSI$48,000.000
NEW   WESTMINSTE.;
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.   C.
White Star-Dominion I
Canadian Service
NEW   seven   roomed   bungalow,   furn-   p
ished,     cement     basement;    price
$2800;   .too cash, balance $20    per
month,
NEW   eight   roomed     rrodern     house:
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p00; verv easy terms.
FURNIS
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ROOM TO ui;xr-
bedroom
nished
gentlemen.
\ comfortable fur- j
suitable   for   two j
Apply at 2'?.?, 8th St.
TO    RENT ��� NICELTf    FURNISHED
room  suitahle  for  two.    Handy  to
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth
��=trt>nt
TO  LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp    block,    corner
PnlcwWji   fte.pt   <4tH   PU\i U-son
TO     RENT  ���  FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 0 a. m. and
Xt  p.  m. at  Room  14. G23 Columbia
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NEW seven roomed house and four
lots on two streets', juice $11500:
goo 1 terms.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Real Estate, Auctioneer, Valuator,
Loans and  Insurance.
Walker Block, Columbia St.
Phones:   Office   703.   Residence   L611.
LOST���LADY'S
alligator head
please return
trooe;:' store
LOST.
HAND SATCHEL,
on outside. Finder
to   George   Adams.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS!
Painters, Paperhangers     !
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
���>14 Sixth Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567. |
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W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Con-
���rete and  Modern  Building Construe-
ion.    Telephone 80fi.
Room  13  Dominion Trust Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Jjrt'ufiVwt
Scene from "The Goddess of Liberty"  at the Opera House, Tuesday Evenln '., October 18.
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebec���Liverpool.
Me��antle  Oct. 15
(New, twin screw, 14,878 tons i
Demlnion   Oct. 22
Laurentic     Oct. *.
(New, triple screw, 14,892 tons.)
Canada   Nov. 5
Megantic Nov. '2
Dominien   Nov. U
The Laurentic and Megantic :'re
new White Star steamers���tli elarged
and most modern from t'.ui.iiii33
ports.
For rates, berth reservations, etc*
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. ���*���
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
G19 Second Avenue. Scan!'-  \v'-"
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Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meet
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avem*
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   P^8
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pto.^     ^
near The Daily News Co., 009 Victor
Street.
���    Try a "WANT" ad ln The
It will bring results.     ,
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1910.
1 HE DAILY  NEWS.
past: TimEW
Bank of Montreal
U        ESTABLISHED 1817.
.     $14,400,000.00
CAPITA)-    ������������ 11,000,000.00
RESERVE   	
.cl,es throughout    Canada    and
llai I,  ana  m  London   Eng.
��� , , york, Chicago and Spokani
������       '  ,   .  Mesi, , City.    A general
I 18lness    transacted     I ���
: .    , iSSue.i.   available   with
Us in   all   parts of   the
a Bank D3partment���Deposits
���       "',.   BU   b of  Jl   and upward,
. ...owe' at 3 per cent pe.
". ,.   inresent  raiei.
'       .;,   Assets   over   $186,000.00(1  -
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
q, p. BRYMNER, .Manager.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
He lets 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15   16   i;
and 18, block 42 ol  section , k ;���'
North range T. wesl In the dlsti. i
New Westminsti .
WHEREAS proof ol the loss of cer.
le ol  title nm ib<        .��� r   Us ., a
In the ��� ame oi Sara i Mil . i<
died in this offl i
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN thai
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thc first publl
:������'., gilj    !,, Wl i
' ���   ' ' '...".      ...
ate of the sa     ci    Ificate
...    valid obji
e to me in wrltii
('. s. KEITH.
R(   li trar of Til l<
Land Reglstrj Offlce, Ne ������ Wesl
sti r. B   C, S�� ptember 27. 1910
SIDELIGHTS ON INDIA
REVEALED BY CENSUS
SCATTERED JEWISH RACE    TRIED lli!T MONOPLANE
GOING BACK TO BOLT LAND        OX Al BERTA PRAIRIE
Statistics Tell of Ravages by
Boasts and Reptiles��� Mendicants Number .Millions.
Jewish    Peculation    of    Palestine
crciscs   Encrirously   by   lf":vigr;
tion Year After Year.
In-
Aviatcr   Beriot   Said   to   Have   Tested
Machine on Ranch of H.s Brothers
Near  Didsbury.
i, Oct. IL���A n .....      I algai;. Oct. 10     .hat the I
..... ee of I      I        e Bleriot mi noi lanes, the Inventor
Lo! Oct
. 11
11,   Ovei   twenti om     ernai ���      ���        eagtii     ....   ...
thai is the toll of the
'i:;.   a  "WANT"  ad  in  The  News
Westminster
Transfer Co.
offlce Ttione US.      Barn 'Pfcoue 11,
Columbia Street.
Buggage   delivered   promptly     o
sny part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DKPOT
���li.
Gardiner & Gardiner
iF. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
o00ni 6   Westminster Trust  Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone  661
Residence   Phone   133
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.��vate Hospital.
223 Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-con taglous medical
cast a accepted. Terms from
116 weekly. For further particulars apply tO Hospital. Tele-
j hone 756.
"To The
General Public"
TAKE   NOTICE.
I have the besl potatoes grown In
H ('. al cheaper rates per sack, or by
il e ton, delhered anywhere In the
city limits of New Westminster free
of charge,
Satisfaction guaranteed. <;i\e your
ciiiey now and gel delivery same day.
1 lon'l  for. ct  the address.
HATT COOK
The  Potato   Merchant and  Auctioneer.
527   Front   St.,   New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc>* for Ladh's from f 12-/5
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches,  gents'  open    case,
|7.50 up.
Agent   for    Waltham   and     hlgin
[Watches,
Watch repairing _ specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
.,:,   to   26   H.   P.
2  an.l   4  Cycle.
Local   Agentt
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
V J
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landing.
The  New  Sternwhee'er
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Port Mann
Ten acres In section 21, range
2, at siodO; one-quarter cash.
Twenty acres in Becion 20,
ran. e 2. at Slbim; one-quarter
cash.
For    subdivision,    these    are
moneymakers.
City Property
First class lots on Seventh
avenue, single or double, well
situated, 66x132. This is a .ond
buy.
Good building lots on Eighth
avenue, near Second street. Enquire about this; there is money
to lie made.
Houses
We have a number of i holce
houi ck ft r sale from |1500, for
$250 casli. balance easy, to $12,
	
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM. Local  Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
, lla for a si
; i ir
rin  i ol     idden deal h  a i
I    tal nar form, i'i the
Bluel oo    ,    iei rei enl >. wht< b deals
v. ' . the statistics of the Indian em-
e, undi    ;  ���   i eadlng, "Number of
ns and Cattle Killed in India by
V ���'��� I  Animals and  Snakes."
Tl e llsl : oe Into detail, Thus we
learn thai In the yeai under review,
1008, no fewei ran OOP pople fell victims, in tigers, 302 to leopards, while
��olves claimed 2' 9 as their prey,
1 ii I er animals" killed 686.
Bul the ravages ol the man e iter
were as nothing compared to those of
the i nakes, for the i olsoned fangs of
the latter pul an en l to 19,738 lives.
To cattle, leopards were bj fai the
mosl destructive Their kill was 12.
427 hen ! of a total ol 98,307. Tigers
claimed as theli quarry 28,258, and
�� olves aboul  10,000.
Snakes, it would seem, are far less
fatal tn cattle than to humankind, for
during the year they only killed  in.
j1   a  small  proportion of the  total
Bul the war was nol one-sided, Seven-
I keen thousand nine hundred and twenty-six of the denizens ol the Jungle fell
before the rifle and gun, and 70,408
| snakes���roughly, four for every person killed-were destroyed, Bounties
for their destruction amounted to $76.
17o.
The total population I. nearly three
hundred million, according to the 1901
census, and they Inhabit 56,841,315
houses. Tiie thirds of the Inhabitants
are Hindus, 62,000,000 Mahamedans,
and but 3,1 ,000 Christians.
The average Indian does not indulge in over-much letter-writing, Altogether the postofflce dealt with H75,
thi   settlement  ol Jewish
Pi ic-' It r aa an Inst tlmi nl ol th( > ���
, i  e   Zionist   program   ol   sn   i
omou ��� state in lhe 110I5 Land.
I mi inc. the lasl i >< i :u * j eai s t iiii tj -
:,: e dlffen Jewii etllement ���
been established Thej cov< r appi ox-
Imati 10.000 ai res ol land, and the
sell i rs mi- foi i hi mosl pai t oci i] i d
in agi i< uli ui al oi i ui atl na
I e Jews al Jerusalem, who num-
beted i wenty j eai i ago ban Ij I3,0i >���
and formed a little more Hem one
i hli d '���! i he popul ition now number
GO.OOO and form two-thirds ol i lie i o]
iiiat Ion, �� bile i he Jew ish popul ii lon
i Palestine has increased from 30,000
in 1890 tn more then 100,000 In 1910
i Ine of the mosl pow ei ful ageni les
which has wm ked for the colonization
ol Palestine by tbe Jews is the Jewish
Colonization i ompanj. founded by the
late Boran Hlrsch, wbicb has al its
disposal the annual Intel ei i ol an in
v< slid capital of $125,1 .coo
The Alliance Israelite conducts and
linatiies numerous Bchools In Palea
tine, The Zionists maintain In Pales
tine three different banks with an ug
gregate capital of approximately $2,-
iioo.ooo. wliich are extremely useful in
advancing money to Jewish colonists
Btartlng life in a new country and undei   new  conditions,    The  Zionists al-
v hlch w as i he Ri sl  n an to i  ���
���.: i-  i'ni. Ish cl annel  from  Pram e to
England  in   his   flying  machine,  was
quletlj tested and tiled oul on a huge
i   i   ni   Alberta  pi alrle,  slxl y mil<
��est o    Did burj.  is a   Btoi y  whlcl
i as , on e lo light
\ndte Bleriol  Is the man who   in-
Suing  for   Bit   of   Lace.
Bi   esvi le, Od    n     Miss  Mai forte
urlette, Toronto, Is t   lni   Mr.   Ver-
ea, Tin i ��� ������    exi      or, for a vai
���    i "ii i   i vised  to
��� . laintlff under Mrs. Mende l's wlll.
The i laintlff ii,-. ihi reci h e l mlj
a b all plei e ol lai e and thai I e only
ple< e ' i lace u lib li Bl ted the dee
tlon    in   Hie   Will    v. as    -hen    b\     Mr.
Ilyea  to his daughter, and  waa
" "i ked int,i le ���   weddini   i   ���
The  defendant   exe | e
;i the lai i   thai   was willed  to
Judge  Deroche, w ho hi ���   I  the
, ase, resei ve l judgn ���
LOCAL  IMPROVEMENT  NOTICE.
I   ���   Municipal  Council of the Coi
poratlon of the City of Nets Westmln
ster bavin,   by resolution determined
���    - : his monoplane and made of it   and specified thai  n  Is desirable   to
so operate With a  fqnd called the  National   Fund,   amounting   to   approxl
inatoly $600,000, which is employed to
acquire
and   to
their benefit.   ' .      j11'0 ,'IT,,'',   ���
The activity of the Zionists in I'al-; ni����'liino  or
estine Is likely to exercise an  important Influence on the developments of
the   Holy   Land.     The   Zionists   ate   in
danger of  becoming  Involved  In  the
political rivalries of European powers.
 ��� -i ul flj Ing machine, and
al  11 e time ol  iis tii st  ti lai he waa
with l.ls two brothers on their ranch I
tn ai I lldsbui v     \i cording to the Btoi y I
toi 1   b .   se\ ei al   i lidsbUI J   men.   he  had
been working quietly on his machine
tor some time, and immediately he
found he ��as successful, he took liis
plans and �� enl to Fi am e
Bleriol is a Frenchman and his two
brothers are Btlll on the ranch neai j
Didsbury.    Thej   are reputed  to   be
well off, and one of them Is a French!
I count.   Thev began ranching on homesteads   and   pre (>m)il|ons,   sixty   tulles
west  of Didsbury, some sIn years ago.'
ami are frequent  visitors to Calgary.
: it is the Intention of Andre Bleriol
to establish a factory for the construction of his machines in Canada
and   Montreal  has  been  picked  us llie
|headquarters ln Canada    He reached
ithere a few (lava ago and win probablj   come  west   to  visit   his  brothers j
In a few weeks
li will be remembered thai about
land for the Jewish colonists jone >'��"r "B" paragraphs appeared In
build  public  Institutions    tor|_?me ��f the provincial newspapers to|
"al  a   mysterious    flying i
airship bad been seen
around Sletller and Dldfibiity. it has
now transpired thai this was the
Bleriol monoplane, nnd It was the Inventor trying oul bis machine before
going to France with It.
255,823 letters, postcards ami parcels, because it so happens thai the treat
majority   Of   the   Jews   who   have   set
tied In Palestine speak German, so
that by a natural process, they are to
a  certain  extent   promoting
trade .
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    In
su ranee Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
Tbe B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows;
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Th irtday and Saturday at. 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday. Fri
J ���   ������'    ���  - id o  al 7 a. tn.
r nrt C SSS Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd.
'i'm   Westminster.
Westminster
GARAGE
Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
an average of about three per bead of
the population; bul this stems less
cm ious when ii is remembered thai
all bin 15,000,000 or India's 300.000,000
I e iple ai e desci ibed as illiterate.
These later flgu.es explain, too, bow
letter-writing may be b lucrative em-
I loj -cent.
Very interesting in the llghl of re-
tent sedition trials, are some of the
crime statistics. Thus. 12,411 offenses agalnsl the States and public tranquility wi" e re] oi ted, an I 1707 run-
.Ictions, while dacoltles polltl il and
(diets, numbeie I 2981, wltb 669 i on
vl lions,
mlghl i ei baps be ex] ei led In a
hmd b i ' loi elj populate I bs India.
physical and mental Ijiflrmity is by
no means rare, and altogether tbe
total population afflicted is 684,49!
Lepers, male and reinale, numbered
l",   140,   blind   mer   360,000,   and   deaf
mute- ahout 160,000    The Insane pop-
ilation was about 66,000
The   Pigue   Ravages.
One ol lie greatest campaigns
.(ate i iti Indi is that agalnsl plague,
but, despite vaccination and all the
resources of modern knowledge, the
mortality  remains  tefribl.   heavy.
Thus in 1909 plague claimed 174,874
rictlmS, a high figure; bul one that
I ales Into Insignificance before tbe
total of 1,316,829 in 1907. The death-
toll for the last ele\en years wa =
6,364,212
Home  remarkable  figures  occur  un
Wedded   Convict   In   Chains.
Ottawa. Ocl   11.���On Tuesday morn
carrj  on the following works, thai in
to  sav
To construct cement concrete sidewalks. Boulevards, curbs BtOrm
sewerB, retalnlhg walls and paved
roadways on Second street from
Royal  avenue to Sixth  avenue
To construe! cement concrete sidewalks mi Alexander siieet, Begbie
Btreet, Lorne street, McKenzie sit eet,
Sixth   sheet   and  I'laikson  sheet.
To  i-onstrint   cement   concrete sid��>-
walks on Henley sheet from Eighth
avenue to London sheet.
And thai the Bald works shall h��>
carried out in accordance with the
provisions of (he "Local Improvement
General By-law, 1909."
And the City engineer and city assessor having reported to the council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said by-law upon the said work.
giving estimates t-'klu. .
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefitted by the said
works and othei particulars, an 1 (he
said reports of the said city engineer
jand city assessor having been adopted by the council.
Notice Is hereby given that the said
'reports are open for Inspection at the
I office   of  hie  city   assessor,  city   ball,
Columbia sheet. New Westminster. 11.
C, and that unless a  petition against
the proposed works above mentioned
I signed by a majority of the owners of
I Ihe land ol 'eai property to be a.cpoa
led   or  chat geil   in     respecl     of     such
Works,  represent Ine   at   least   one-half
in   value  thereof   Is   presented   to  the
Cei nan   ing  (islas   Millalte   was   sentenced  to  council   within   fifteen   days  from   tho
like   years   in   Kingston   penitentiary date ot the first   publication   of   this
Oermany, therefore, view,  the colo-jfor the thefl qf $100 from Callxte Poi    notice  hie council   will  proceed  with
nlzatlon ol   Palestine ey .lews Bpeak-ltelance, of the Brook    Yesterday aft- the    proposed    Improvements    under
ing  German   with  greal   favor,  v.hii" ernoon he stood at the rail of the altar  such terms and conditions ss to tbe
England and France, whose Interests  In  St.  Joseph's  church   and  chained' paymenl ol the cost of such Improve-
BUffei   thereby, regard it  with susplc- to a turnkey ,,f the jail, with solemn'ments as Ibe council may by by-law
ion.   in the evenl ol the Zionists' de- words of ceremony broken by the sin- in thai behalf regulate and determine
sire to obtain concessions and favors Istei clink of handcuff     vas united It  and als-i to make the sail assessment.
from the Turkish government, fot the  marriage  lo   Miss  .Tosephlne  ServeW I    Dated 'his 29th  day of September,
i    -   street, Ettill    The brid< ��� D. 1910.        W. A. DUNCAN,
believes bei con ���. ���_   I City Clerk.
nocent, and that she proposes to   ���:        Oate of  first   publication  the  'if'*tt
peal from the precision <���' ')"��� Judge       day <' September, 1910.
furtherance or theli (novemenl in Palestine, II is quite i" ssible thai Kngland   and   Frame   may   obstruct   their
��rf���.r t_ as ;, mattei   of self-interest.,
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Gulchon  Building.
Phone   681
AFTER    MANY    YEARS.
Mind  of   Hawkeye  State   Woman   Was
Blank    for    Twenty One    Years.
Hed Onk. Iowa, Oct, 11.���With her
mind a blank to what v.m transpiring
around bet ami theoretically hurled
alive in a hospital for the Incurably
Insane for twenty-one yea.'s. while her
family, left as young children, grew
Up and, marrying, scattered over the
Country, and then to awaken to sani
ly suddenly, and once again take up
the threads of her life, an old woman,
and to hold in her arms the children
of her children, as old and older than
the babes which she left over a seme
of vears ago. is the experience of .Mrs.
Jacob Kreieer. of Red Onk.
Today,  a   sweet-faced,   white-haired
r the heading '"principal  Specified ol(1 "��'>'������ ���������i*-* '* v,v"<-* ;,t ,f,e ������<���*"*' "'
her   daughter,   Mrs    Edward    SWiger,
���S  P-imtply Executed.
md   Sixth   St    New
it#r it C . Phone 154.
)HN   DOBSON,  Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PR I ST ISC.
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
pbone   ->88
Occupations."
Thus we find that 1,023,932 persons
Shampooing others, while clothes were
washed by 600,000 men and about 600,-
000 women
Nor are tbe fndian masses left un-
a mused. Actors. singers, dancers.
bandmasters, players, etc.. numbered
268,000, about one for every thousand.
F'riests and others engaged in religion   numbered   f,150,57..
But perhajs the most amazing entry under this head of "Occupaf'ms''
Is "Mendicants i non-religiousi."    Tlie
who she last saw as a child (if fourteen years. She Is becoming acquainted with her .grandchildren, while her
husband, now an old man in feeble
health, is speeding home from Washington to Join the wife of his youth.
Twenty-one years ago Mrs. Krei-
ger. then a woman of thirty-eight with
a family of three daughters and one
son. ranging in age from rive to fou:-
teen years, was stricken with religious
insanity. She was taken to an asylum
by her husband and ar first ir was
thought  tlie dementia  was of   but   a
-    -ofessio* had 2.433.115 expo- te';1I,f'r,a'*y.";'.n."'f
nents, snd the total supported by begging  (non-religious),  was  over   four
[on
TORY   TRICK.
RAND TRUNK PACIfIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert"  and "Prince George"
i     sl    Surest��� Swiftest       36O0  tons.    320  feet   lona,  i^'j  knots,
incouver   (Johnston Wharfl for PRINCE RUPERT 11:30 p.
ilondny   and   Friday     Close connections ��(  Prince Rupert oy **���
'PRINCE   ALBERT"   to   S'ewart   on   arrival   of   &   S.   "PRINCE
VT" .md   'PRINCE GEORGE."
"PRINCE  ALBERT"  also  leaves   1'rlnce   Ruperl   tm   MoS'V.   l..-.m  p
onday  md for Queen Charlotte;   Clt.'   n"1   lsll"ld    ' ��"s
n   riuirsduy,
"   VICTORIA and  SEATTLE  2 00  p,   m.   Wednesday  an.l  Saturday.
������lid wide vestibule trains ot
1   "|o.   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   nHHg��r��   '������>������-���   ���
""���   Montreal,   Portland.   Boston, etc.    LonQcst   douole tra
'na   management   on   the American  continent.
it OS
lit, apply
H' G. SMITH,
City !>.,,,..,.
1 "lenhotio 71(
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAM8HIP LINES.
'"'i'l  wide vestibule trains of   coaches   and   Sleeping  oar��  |��tVW��n
"lm   Detroit.   London,   Hamilton,   Niagam   ���ls:_,N_e^.Jk��''i-.IIWS.
i"'  I'ntes  time tables, booklets ami mil Information, passenger or
rrp|Rllt, apply to
L. V. I3RUCE,
T City Passenger snd Ticket Agon.. ^TESSLSK
'"'enhono 7100      527 Granville Steer, Vancouver.       Telephone *f*n*h
Telephone   Poles   Scittered   as   Bribes
Removed   After   Election.
Wi.mi; eg, Oct.   11.- The  people  of
Woodrldge and  the  region surround-
ai Btatlon on the main line   if
the    i nnudian    Northern,    sixty Sve
miles  east   from   litis  city,  are  suffer-
15   -o",i the soil  of   hope   deferred
which   makeih   the  heart   sick,   in   ihe
mutter of securing telephone  connec-
: inns
in the closing days of last June,
ju.t before the recent provincial general e'octiotiB, Beveral carloads of telephone poles were unloaded at Wood-
id'ue. and il was'announce.! tbat lhe
work of connection up Woodrldge with
,!,,. provincial government's long dls-
tnnce telephone system would be gone
on wiih immediately _tev the elections.
\ number of voters were engaged,
iit the rate of *}*��� per day per mun and
,,,.,���, to do the work of taltin. the
poles out to the point, tive miles distant iron Woodrldge, to which it was
stutod the trunk telephone line would  few '(]avs ,lli0 W;ts brought back to the
be completed In a week or two. i home of the daughter,  Mrs.   Kdward
I    The Womlrtdtfe district Is partly In  swIger, at Ked Oak, where she is to-
the constituency of BimersoU and part- ^y
��� lv iii the constituency of GdrlHoti:
As tlie years  passed. Instead of Improving  Mrs.   Kreiger  gradually grew
worse  until,  despairing   of her   ultimate recovery, she  was sent  to
isyluni   for   i ���   al   Clarinda.
There tn the long years have rolled
over her head she has lived oblivious
i i everything In life, while her fa.n-
ily was growing up. Time, rho great
necromancer, lias placed its seal upon them, and today the children whom
she left are men and Women of iri Idle
age, married and with children older than those from whom Bhe was
taken.
It was about a year ago that physicians at Hie institution noticed thai
the woman. With whoso peculiarities
they had become familiar, was Showing periods of lucidity. These periods
gradually became longer, and finally
her condition became such that she
was placed In a cotta.. e provided for
probationarios. There her return to
complete sanity  was accomplished.
When her two daughters, who live
in Rei Oak. came to visit her she
was timid and hesitated at first, fee'.-
ing strangely toward these two mid
dle-a. ed women, who they tdld ber
were her children. In the end. as her
icason became stronger, she finally
iccepted  tilings at they  weie. and a
Westminster Opera House!
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 Authcr, Composer and Singer
In America's  Greatest Musical   Comedy
THE
O F
Witb a Record Run of Over One
Ycnr at the Princess Theatre,
Chicago.
As Presented at the" Moore
Theatre, Seattle; Vancouver
Opera House. Vancouver. Sane
Prices.
J|   Supported by an All-Star Cast and the original Prin-
it
is fl predominantly Liberal dlBtrlct.
I    Within two weeks after the election,
a train of empty cars came along and
gathered np till  tbe telephones poles jtevant today
Refuses To Restrain Po'ice.
San Francisco. Oct. 11.���Judge Stur-
efused io grant an ln-
,���, |,,,mem them ln to Winnipeg I juncttop restraining the police from
uraln The foreman In charge of the j interfering with the production of the
work said at Woodrldge that the poles I Jefft ies-Johnson fight picture! In this
were to be taken to Emerson.
I
city.
C2*s Thaatre Dancers and Show Girls.
50-0t the Most Beautiful Chorus Girls On the Road-B
PRICE 5 :    Orchestra, $1.50; balance lower floor,.
$1.00; balcony. $1.00 and 75c; gallery, 50c.
Seats on Sale at McKenzie's Pharmacy, Sat., Oct. IS
mm 1
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THE DA1LV NEV/S.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  12,
PAGE FOUR.
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THE MAYORAL Vv'RATH.
The attitude which Mayor Leo has]
cnosen from time to time to assume in,
regard to the duties of his office is. we
imagine, conceived for a double purpose. First it is Intended to Impress
the people with the fact that .lohn A.
Lee, "by the grace of God and the
will of the people, mayor of New Westminster," is capable of vastly onhanc-'
e Importance of his office and
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STORE  HOURS:   8 A.M. to   6 P.M.;  SATURDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-713 COLUMBIA   ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
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greatly Improving the manner
which liis predecessors tilled It;
secondly it is meant to display a
bright and shining example to his successors of how tlie role of mayor of
the  Royal  City should  be played.
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
i sterilizes.
i Soap washes ove^ the surface, leaving a greasy
1 film behind it;GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
e Royai city snoum u�� .��,-... �� Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
it might indeed be said, ap.iy as it ��ne). QOLD DUST does all the hard part ol the
seems to us. if we correctly under-; work without your assistance, leaving you to take
stand the position taken up by Mayor j y0ur exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
Lee. that ne has set up a new fashion QOLD DUvST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
���> S Z Z -*; soap, to which is added other purifying materials
velt method.    For that most    potent.! IU JUSt the Tight pH)-
Srave and reverend seigneur, his woi- | portions   tO    CleaUSe
ship the mayor of New Westminster,] eaSily.    vigOTOUSly, i_^
evidently desires it to be plainly un-   an(lWith0Ut harm tO    "^
derstood that in his reign there shall   fabrjCj    utensil    OT
be no mercy shown to any man who j Jian(Jg>
dares to utter a word of criticism up- ' f^OT D
on city affairs, or who has the teme, | ^t   ^    WUJ
lty t0 offer a morsel of advice thereon, 'DUST     TwiIlS      dO
or who breathes a word of question as '. yOUr WOrk.
to the fltness and  usefulness of any   ^MM^^MB^H-
worshipful   protege;   and    that    such   Made   by   THE    N.    K.     FAIRBANK    COMPANY
shall   suffer  everlasting���well   let   us
say mayoral wrath.
Surely the disfavor of Mayor Lee
an 1 the unbridled tempest of language
in which it is expressed is something
to fear and to flee from. We can understand now why Moses B. Cots-
wort Ii fled in such haste to the other
side of the Atlantic and is so delightfully uncertain about the date of his
return. No one could be surprised if
the officials of the B. C. Klectric railway took alarm and  decided    to    do
$1.50 Suitings for SOc yd.
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Novelty BUitings and fancy mixtures, a large number are in exclusive lengths varying    from
seven yards; also a quantity of tweed-*-a Bpeclal purchase Import id direct rrom Greal Britain.   These
on sale Wednesday.   Stripes of varied designs and colors are bore  also a pleasing collection of shadi
in mixed tweed, greys, browns, greens, etc.    About  400 yards in all.   The regular prices tango up tn
$1.50 from 60c; 4: to 54 Inches wide.   Watch for our window display of these.    Per yard   50;
Curtain Ends
AT 10, 25c AND 50c.
Still a few of these left, a wide assortment of
designs, White and a few in cream. Every
piece is a snap, and you can make use of any
for some some small window. This lot has to
be cleared.
Frillings and Ruchings
TWO YARDS  FOR 5c.
Fancy  chiffon ruching and  tourist  frillings    In
a largo variety of colorings, Including blacl
pale, blue, cream, gold, pink, white and blac
and white. Values from 10c to 25c per yard
Now   two yards for   5c
We Are Agents for the Wellknown McCall Patterns
Our Dressmaking Dept.
Smart Bath Robes
See our display of ladies' bath robes and dressing gowns. This showing represents only a
small portion of our extensive selection, the balance of which we invite you to inspect at your
leisure. Made chiefly from eiderdown. A wide
range of stunning styles.    From $3.75 to $10.00
Under the able management of Mrs. McCartl
i-j already proving its worth In the store. Order-;
taken now, and personal supervision given to
every garment. Mrs. McCarthy has had flrsl
class expe lence in the east, as well as on the
coast.     Ks Imates furnished.
Makers oi FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Bargains in  Window Drapings
Our assortment of window drapings is one that merits more than ordinary consideration. Exclusive de
si^ns in colored and cream Madras muslins, novelty effects in scrim and net, and a good range of plain
and fancy casement cloths.   Reasonably priced too.    From, per yard        25c to $1.25
Hector McCaig, Manager
Friday Evening, Oct.   14
likewise, we may expect Manager
Keary to take the next boat to the
antipoles.
Still  we  heg  Mr.  Keary  not'tp  he
too precipitate   ln    such    action,    for
friends enough    may    yet    he    found
to   shelter   and    protect    him    until
the   ureat wrath   of   the   magistrate
s'..a!l    have   subsided.    In    the meantime   it   may   he   decided   even   by
those    mighter    than    his    worshiD
the    mayor    whether    that    exalted
perconage may lawfully and rightfully
revert  to tlie ancient  usages of    tlie
Doges.    Tlie  wise  men  have  yet    to
foiegather and  consider  whether  his
worship the mayor can refuse to affix
bia sign manual to an authority to pay
the   sum   of  two   thousand   dollars   to
the  Royal Agricultural and Industrial
society, such having been duly authorized by the corporation of this city
and now to be presented for signature
by the finance    committee    of    that
body.
J; it be deel led thai his worship has
such authority, then it will be for Ids
masters, the citizens of New- Westminster, to say whether one who is so
unmindful of the obligations of his
���office, who is so constantly attitudinizing with the big stick, who so often
delays the due    transaction    of    the
THE
CITY
Children's Bearskin Coats
Here in all sizes, and a number of pretty little models that will please young and old.   Now |g the tit
to secure one, the cold weather is here, and you'll need to keep them warm.    Moderately  priced.
If you need an Evening Gown, Suit or  Dress,  get an   estimate  from our Dressmaker.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
1
The sensation of the New Vork season.   Direct from one year's run
at the Lyric Theatre, New York���An exceptional fine cast of players.
PRICES, $1.50, $1  AND 75c AND 50c.
'   '    '    Seat  Sale  at   McKenzies'   Pharmacy, Oct. 11.
All rubbish nnd garbage must be
removed to tbe foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth .venue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under tlie provisions of tlie Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
city's business by his petty petulance,
and who holds progress in check, ls
worthy his office.    We bid Mr. Keary
CREDITABLE    NUMBER.
therefore be patient and of good cheer'tion
The  Daily  News of  New  Westminster  has  issued  a  special  In  connec-
with   the   Industrial   exhibition,
while these things are considered and  which,  is being held  there.      It   is a
decided.
If Mayor Lee had, during the recent
so-called    investigations    shown    the^	
same solicitude for the welfare ofl London. Oct. 11��� That. a. man taken from the slums of London, where
gentlemen, honored and respectel m contaglon ta hlghiy possible, died yes-
this city for years, tis he has just! terday of virulent Asiatic cholera, at
Bhown for his protege, then his tecent
ebullition might be treated with
respect.
dltable number.���Calgary Herald,
Case   of   Fhgue   Occurs   in   London.
tlie Royal Free hospital, was learne
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
If so, you will want the very best
that can be offered for your money,
and it does not matter what class of
cabin is desired.
THE ROYAL LINE
will fill your wants. First, Second and
Third Cabin accommodation Is unexcelled whilst the Dining Service leaves
nothing to be desired.
The Next Sailings are
Royal George  Sept. 29
Royal Edward   Oct. 13
Royal  George    Oct. 27
Royal   Edward    Nov.  10
E .Goulet, agent C. P. It. will book
jiK$! FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne. PHONE *73
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today, although every effort was made|your passage via these steamers, ot
to suppress the news.    Physicians as- write Wm.  Stapleton, general    agent
Bert that there are no other cases of .Scott block, Winnipeg, Man.
the dread disease in  London.
WATCH    REPAIRS
Probably that watch of yours Is not giving you proper satisfacti >n
You have bad it in the repair shop, but, while it is running, will nol
run accurately. The reason for dissatisfaction is thai the man **���
did the repairs Is either Incapable or doing good work or Ifl nol conscientious in Ills work, or, in all probability, he is gifted witli both ol
thc faults mentioned.
W'e have been fortunate in securing the services of a first c'.iss
watch nan who has taken charge of our watch repair work. A i";'n
who will tell you the truth in regard to the condition of \our watch,
and will repair it properly, and, as a consequence, it will not o'i!y
run, but keep accurate time.
Agents for  Howard, Ball  and  Longine Watches.
Chamberlin9s
THE
JEWELEH
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SPECIAL SNAPS IN HOUSES AND LOTS
^L.!..        l-.fr        lai'ltU *tr.\Ai        rnttin��        rnrtlx
Good lot, 13th street on the hill, all
cleared anl in fruit, trees, ready to
build��� $600.00; One-third cash and
the balance to arrange.
House and Lot on 13th street in rear
of Orphanage, high and dry, a bargain only $1-10(1���$700 cash and balance on easy terms.
New 5 room house with all modern
conveniences on Princess street,
near Queen's I'ark���$2650���one-
third cash, balance can be arranged. (163)
Large lot cleared.and ��� n fruit on 13th
Etreet with a comfortable new
house of 4 rooms, for $11100; only
$600 casli will give you posession
and the balance arranged to suit
you. (143)
Two first-class building lots, all cleared, one block from car-line on
highest ground in the city, will sell
separately or together at $500 each,
easy payments. You will have to
hurry (290)
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Choice lot with new cottage partly
finished, on the best street in the
West End���$1500. Terms can he
arranged.
Look up this snap in Sapperton���132
feet, square all cleared and in fruit
trees, 2 dwelling houses rented at
present. Price for this fine property only $3000���$1000 will secure
it and the balance ln easy payments. (156)
We have some splendid building lots
In the West Knd al $500 on very
easy terms. Watch the West End
for surprises.
Choice Residential Site Eighth street,
facing Moody Square, all cleared
and graded, ready to build on, D��
liner view point In the city. Hee Ufl
for special price on this (103)
The choicest residential corner in the
City, all ready to build on, In ,"'rfl
locality���$lti50���terms can be ****���
ranged. '���>'
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XSK* ���EDNESDAY. OCTOBER  12, 1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
SPORTING NEWS bird-men are all
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PROSPECTS ME BRIGHT     j BASEBALL SEASON IS OVER W"m ""��� A!il
FOR GOOD BOWLING SEASON   BUT THERE ISM CHAMPION ^r^Ll "w"
League Will Be Organised Next
,ycc_  and  Regular Gatres with
Vancouver St.irt Tonight.
,.,,.  for the boWllng game
,    a ,.  yerj   bright    and    a
.     the   bowling  club  in   the
M | e beld In the alle) b on Sat-
City     Le.-.gue     Schedule     Had     More
Games  Than   Could   Be   Played���
Alerts   Remain    Lea<
Above   Earth   With
Death Shadow Ever Near
Last year
as ti league of  five teams and
Pari:.  Oct.   11.- One   by   one   the
��� ' - ���  ol the air ai e coming dou n ou
1 liej   ai e quittlng  the   game.
l'he strain on 11 e m rves Is too si vt te
N'o human bi ing can stand it as a con-
;       thing,    Here Is a partial list:
Paulham    Intends devoting bis time
In  the  : iture  to  building,  not   Hying
aeroplanei.
Roui ii :    Retired   lrom   the   game
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ bad fall at Nice.
off,  and  al   the  present   time,  when      Bleriot -Flies only to test new ma-
bi   eball weather Is a minus quantity, chines ol his own Invention,
there are several games unplayed. The     Henry    Farman���Makes   only   test
championship cannot be justly claim-1 flights at  bis own works and at  bis
school. _____!
iers.
The baseball boys of this city bit
off more than they could chew al the
beginning of this season, when the
league bi hedule was drafted. So
man.  games were arranged for that it
to rick teams and arrange tbe  lias been impossible to play tbem al
de   for  the   season.     11   is   pro
t ,  form  six   teams   wbicli  shal
.,.   I   lioit.e   league^	
ed  bj  any of tbe teams, for the Bai
., [ | ami a ��ere the result, but
.   gemenl of the bowling alleys
,   ,.M   better  results  this  year.
< ���  Westminster will    semi    a
.    team   to   Vancouver   for   the
. ,   this season, and after that
,   WM   be  a  game  every   week  al-
between  here  and  Vancou-
���| ,.   men   wbo   will    represent New
tminster tonight   are Steele,  Mur-
Wlllette,   Marshall   and   another.
    men   bave   been   making    a
iwing at  practice lately  ami
���   u,  give  the     Vancouvei Ites    a
.!, for their money.
are being made to gel a few
.    , n between teams representing
. Q| trades and firms in the city.
newspaper men have been trying
inge tm   a  uame with tbe bank-
bul  theie has  been  difficulty   in
,1 !ie mr the match.
morals, the aggregation thai is hold-1 Fournlei -Fell a number of times
lni d iwn last place iii Btolcal fashion, Narrowlj escaped death the last time.
would have a chance to come out oji|ilas quit flying.
top it all tl.e postponed ami unplayed
games were pulled oil to their satis-
faction, 'l'he Maple Leafs aie only a
few games behind ibe topnotchers, the
Ale! ;s.   and   a   i" iple   of   wins    Would
have reversed positions. The best
the Alerts can claim is the title of
Ii ,   ie leaders.
It is unfortunate that the schedule
could not he finished, foi- tlie Fletcher
and Bowers Bilver cup, which was offered eail> in ihe season as a championship prize, will bine to remain
without a temporary owner for another twelve months.
AMERICAN    WRITER
EULOGIZES   LACROSSE
Vancouver's Share $1225.
Con Jones is authority for the statement that the share of the Vancouver
Lacrosse club for the recent matches
at tbe exhibition was $1000, not including tbe $25 each paid to the Vancouver players who took part in the
las. uame, tbis bringing tlte total up
to J1225.
New   York.  Oct.   11.���Lacrosse,  one 	
-  ,   flnesl of games, strictly Ameri-
 rigln and spirit, and calculated   MA|L R0BBER GETS
lng o ;t the hest there is in man
making only fair progress
ry,    There are few games
,   worth  watching or playing, and
.    that 11   maintains  in  existence  in
. |  United States is due to .be efforts
i -  , a,-' clubs than can be counted on
��� .. Hngers of both hands, and a few
ol   the   smaller   universities   and   col-
!���.  ii   stated  to  the credit  of
sommer���Has become   a   construc-l
tor,
Duray, Moore-Brabazon, Cockburn,
Rawilnson, Mortimer-Singer, Glbbs,
Captain Dickinson, and a whole lol
more have quit the game for good, or
else lune announced their intention]
of flying -only at rare Intel vals, and i
then under conditions to their liking.
And   now   comes   the  dare-devil  of I
tbem   all,   Hubert    Latham.      Ile,   too, I
bas announced  his   retirement   from \
the game.    Alter his participation in |
the Coupe  Internationale d'  Aviation
witli the French team ibis fall In America,   he   will   be   seen    at    aviation
meets no more.    Ile says his nerves i
I can't  stand the drag constant flights
put upon them.   Yet Latham has been'
.called    an    "aerial    acrobat"   and    al
"cloud gymnast."    He has been seen
ito go up in tlte face of a hurricane
jand wrestle with the wind while those ;
on the ground below cried out in terror lest he fell. i
Glenn   H.   Curtiss   flies   but   rarely,
save to test his own machines.    The
| Wright brothers fly none at all. save
In trying out tlieir biplanes.    A. Arm-
Spokane
Howell, convicted mall train
was sentenced to life imprisonment
In the federal prison al McNeil's Island by Federal Judge Edward Whil-
Bon this morning, Howell was con-
victel September 30 by a jury which
^^^^^^^^^^^^ deliberated   twenty   minutes,   of   rob-
hns Hopkins, Stevens Institute, Ho- blnw ., maJ1 c,ir ()U t|)e Gre(U Northern,
March   11,  1908.
lie effected an entrance to the car
at Bonner's Kerry by posing as a mail
Inspector. After the train was under
way be held up and bound one clerk,
shut another in tt locker, rifled the
registered    mail    and    slipped    out    of
tart college. Lehigh and- S war th more,
���   ��� their athletic authorities consider
II a major, not a minor sport, and fos-
lt iti e\ery possible way.
���   ��� ������ larger universities 'he gum's
-   ild  is precarious     lt   is almost
- in financial difficulties, ami it
hard to gel   mon  to come out for
bi -'a::'     The crowds that attend the
ire small, although the element
lifted   personal   physical   combat
��� I  always  to  attract   the   un-
��� ��� -���  duati���is  .narked,    lt   Is In  no
���title game,  but   it   boasts of
plays,  and   intentional   foul
i    ���>   to detect.     It   is  what  the
a'oul.l   call   a   "going"   game.
there is action  ail  .be  time.
LIFE IMPRISONMENT  strong   Drexel   announces   retirement
  j from  aviation  meets,  and   Emile  Du-
Oct.   li. ��� Charles   l)   bonnet, the Frenchman, says it is too I
bandit >IIUU''1 Iur ll'111-
What  is  this   strain?      Why   this'
wholesale giving up the air game?
The question lias been asked of sev- i
eral  id'    tbe    internationally    known
airmen  in  France and  the  composite
answer would  be.  boiled  down:
"When we are flying death's shadow j
ls just in front of us. We can always
hear the rustle of bis wings. There
Is never an instant when we can be
sure that be will not turn and claim
us."
Just   before Graham-White,  the noted  English cloud-buzzer, left  tor the
the" 'train "as i'i enter ed"the suburbs of , ?��"���* !tat?8.'. lle..*_ve the following
Spokane.
Howell was Identified as the robber
of the mall car alter bis arrest for a
daring express holdup in Seattle several months later.
SALT LAKE  FIREMEN
STEAL OLD TOCSIN
definition of the  flying strain
It is tbe tension of feat ing something will happen. It is the fear <>t\
the unexpected. The engine may fail,
a stay may break, a controlling wire
may snap Any of these things could
bring about a fearful fall. Hut tbe
rush of air and the fact that one Is
merely high in the air bas very little
to tlo  with  the  ordeal."
So.   bere   is   an   authority   who    declares that  (lying    Is an ordeal.    And
If combination plav there Is no end.
���     intricacy ol  tactics and sub-      Sal< I-:i1"' <'"��� ��� VWAh- Oct. 11.���An    ___
t, ; team work always at high historic bell, weighing several thous- ,,,��� for certain other signs, one raighl
is no superior. ���,:"1 i"'1111"-- has disappeared trom the thlnj, ,,���, Bpor, ln ., ,,.���, way,   ���,��� ;l
et   advantage  In  the  absence cuP��la "' the s'" '-;it��- hall, in which1
the police   departmenl    is quartered.
ghl qualification.    The lm-
ol  the  uame  are compare-
Inexi enslve,  and  a   uniformed
n  be put   in   the   field   that
d ;-  deplete the finances of
athletic     association.       lt
���   far less  than a  baseball
I ������ im, and although s high
Bklll may be attained,���the; e
:  e for the average boy  to
ti am���a better chance than
I r  football.     Yet   tl e   :��� ,': ������
til the mental quallflcatl ms
nt   'he  football   or   baseball
Two members ol the lire department,
with headquarters in the same build*
Ing, aie undei arrest, and have, tne
polil 8 claim, admitted the theft of the
b��ll 'rii.'\ ate snd to have lowered
it to tlie ground with block and tackle,
ol en ji n ii h sledue hammers and
cute.| it io a junk dealer ln a lite de-
partmenl wagon.
The junk man grew suspicious when
be found ibe date, 1853, st,im|ed on n
piece oi the brass, 'lhe bell was cast
in that year bj an early Mormon
nd   was  the  official   tocsin
canvass of the dozen aeroplane schools
centering about Paris btings out the
following: ,   j
"Experience   proves,"    said    Roget
Sommer.  and   everyone   agreed   with,
him    "that   living   wlll   become   easier
ami les> of a strain:   i,<> mote, for ex-j
ample  than  one  experienced   in   auto- .
mobillng.    Aeroplanes aie on the ev^|
of enormous development, bo fat as re*
liability is concerned."
Player not forgetting, a high ot'der'of ^^^XrltOria, days.
'���\     aad tt spirit  of clean  sports-    >���'""-���"
_ , .
FATHER ACCUSES
GIRL OF LARCENY
Lacrcsse  Cup   Presented.
���   Shaw,   M.  I.   A . has of-
Walla Wnlla. Oct. 11��� J. II. Vail,
owner of a grocery store, swore out a
watt;.nt   today   for   the   arrest   of   bis
       sixteen    year    old    daughter.    Viol i.
DRUNKEN  GENIUS WORKS Icharglng her with  petit  larceny   War-
ODD  PLAN  TO  GET  BOOZE   ranis were also issued for Mar/. Kay.
[John and Richard Franker, four com-
Spokane, Ocl   11    Locked up in the j pajjons.
Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
Apples
Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also try our SWEET POTATOES and nice ripe
TOMATOES
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and,443
Sapperton      Phone 373
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATED CREAM
Th tt iq nothing- no frr<od for thr bnbr
t--* t Chrules Cream. The result of
firmly*'* by prominent expert chemists
shows that .'.t.Charle* Cream,when properly reduced with jmre b*.U��<! wiiter,
is al: lost identical in even- respect with
human milk. H difTets fnin other
milk products in that it is sterilized by
heat dlone.
St. Charles Cream doesnot curdle when
n^ed 0*1 Acidulous fruits and imparts a
rich, delicate flavor. It Ifl
humanized milk. It is
not only besi for tnother
and infant���it is better
than the l>est ordiinrv
milk for all purposes.
Sold by Seit grocers
everywhere.
ST.   CflARLtS  CON
OENSING    COHrANV.
lng��raoll, Ont I
NJS
HftD<
i a cup for competition between   ;,.,',,������. ,s hospital, on a charge that
Mr.
��� i	
_W^
of Yale Cariboo and
Shaw la an ent busi-
of the game, and  li
interest   in  tl.is  sport
she was mentally deranged, was tbe
expei lem e ot Bet tha i.> ons last Satur-
da) ni.'liL llpr brother, John Lyons,
t iok thirmeans of getting rid of bis
sister long enough to permit him to
��� lis;,, e ,,; ; .. nil ire and Jewelry
t.beir home
The .Mini: man had been drinking
an I  in the absence of his father
n
ougbout   the   upper  roun-
He tl Inki  that   if a spirit   of
,  .. between the towns of
Were    once    established.
would   be   fo   Increase   in-   _n ,  |n"the absence of his father and
������  sport  all  through  this .M(lt|;,..   ,,,   ,., ,. i the Idea of selling
e province.   Ther,. is plenty the furniture The lister objected, and
material in tbe interior, a long I he BUCCeeded   n getting the hospital
��� i ion and plenty of support-
! " game.   Mr. Shaw has lefl
���   of the cup dis] oaltion  In
v.   11. Edmonds, of Kam-
��� i - written to the secre-
tl ������ Asherofl  Lact osse club re
Vshcrofl Journal.
i
authorities to send an ambulance for
her. .
At the hosi Ital she soon convim e i
,,���,,. |n charge tl d   he  ��� as all right,
and was 111 ������   ed. bu   nol until after |
tlie brother had managed to get a van
and r    ,. , portion of the household
Roods  an.l   furniture.    No   -race  has,
jeen found  of eii her the  young man
ayera  Receive   Lockets. or the furniture.
" 'n edlate   I icn see   player
eived   lockets  from  the ^.n���.NF��� results
-rum committee, which  CARELES?!^n-FFAT for
��� �� big fleld day i��� Vancouver ou IN DtJ^J
\'   thai   time   Westminster'
The girl's father discovered the
quintet in a vacant room over Ids
store yesterday enjoying a feast of
goods from tbe store. Tbey bad taken
candy, meat, sardines, pickles, catsup.
tomatoes and an oil sto\e. which they
used  to  warm  up some of the goods.
For some reason they took two
cigars from tbe case and left ten cents
in the drawer. The father laid the
rase before the prosecuting attorney.
The trial will take place tomorrow.
HELD UP RESTAURANT
AND ROBBED PATRONS
CANADIAN CASH SWELLS
I'. S. CONSCIENCE FOND
Sonebody   Smuggled,   Repents,   Sends
$15 to Customs Officials to Ease
Path of Righteousness.
PI;
Portland. Ore., Oct. 11���Three masked men walked  into    the    Commerce
Buffet,  on  Staid;   street,    shortly    before midnight, and at the point of re- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.olvers  robbed  the  saloon  and  three  receipt of $15 in Canadian notes. Thev
patrons and  escaped.    The trio   se- came in an env0,ol,(>, postmarked Vic-
cured     several     bun'red     dollars    In
toria,   B.C.,   with   an   unsigned   letter.
Xew York, Oct. 11.���The conscience
fund   at   the  CU8tOII18    house,     known
officially as "duties   from    unknown
hands."   bas   been   increased   by   the
���WETS"
""' the V. a. c., challengers for
"ana   Cup,     The   lockets   are     of
one  Bide
'  '��� *T^^^
is   the   neat,   call.       - -- ������ .acroaoe player and    on
"',,s" Is ihe name and position
" player.
���
Eugene Ore.. Oct. 11.���"Wet" forces
thai evp i to give this city an opportunity to vote on local option, met
With a severe blow today, when announcement was made thai conductors
of the "wet" camnaign had allowed
203 names of unregistered voters to go
on the petition.
Tbe county clerk has refused to tlle
the document. The same condition ap-
*t*  House   League  Organized   plies to all   Lane county,  lor similar
k. reasons
^        earns of,    Eugene has been a "dry    town toi
skaters    has    been    organized   some time, and husiness    men    have
��ng the
money and valuables. The description of tlie highwaymen, as given by
tlie victims varied so much lliat the
police are practically without a clew
lo   trace  the  robbers.
The Commerce Buffet is in the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
heart of the citv and within 200 feet arily accept Canadian money, but
of the central police station. make an exception In this case.
reading:
"When entering tiie l'nited States a
while ago 1 did not pay duty on some
things."
The customs house does not ordin-
It
ROLLER   SKATING   LEAGUE.
���''   Tenr
��� ���-*���<*-.*****,      ���*.   I'jiirr     wry
��y Patrons of Pythian Rink
"'-"e composed of four tet
"'ers    has    heen    organized   some time, ;llli'.
patrons    nf    the    Pythian ' claimed that It was losing out because
,,"'"��� "ie aggregations being known n��'of prohibition laws.    Had the P*t��'on
"  """lingers,  Counterjumperi,  Oil-  been   properly  Hied,  there  was little
���'and  Hollers.    Captains  and   man-  doubt   that   Lane county   would  have
be h 11  " '", ��]ectf%t> iir a meeting to voted "wet" after several years of un-
U(' hell to
morrow evening.
.aasauged thirst.
AUTOMOBILE OWNERS
Can he Insured against, claims for damages brought against them for
accidents caused directly or indirectly by their machines.   Rates are
low and all owners should carry this class of Insurance.
Apply for particulars to
F. J. Hart & Co.. Ltd.
Columbia   Street.
New Westminster.
TAGH FIVE.
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in  All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH.  SHINGLES.  SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES-     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City?Planing Mills] Branch
Telephone   12
New  Westminster
Box   13^
Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a rull    line   or   the   Best
Builders   Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us. as we   believe   we , can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   o{   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cake'Icing
Chocolate, PlnK, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO./ Ltd.. TORONTO
Drop In Pianos
V\7E have received word that our car of Pianos is
*'   on the way and will be too late for Exhibition.
We are now crowded for room.   We have decided to
sacrifice our entire stock of high grade Canadian
Pianos at prices never heard of before, for the rest
of this week only.
We have three beautiful Mahogany Pianos,  all new;
regular 1350.00 styles.    This week for $225.00
Two new Styles, regular $375.00 lor $250.00
One only, Walnut, regular $400.00 for $290.00
One regular $450.00 for $325.00
We will also give 30 per cent, discount on all
Violins, Mandolins, Guitars and Banjos. Sewing
Machines, 25 per cent, discount for cash. All these
prices are for cash only ; if time is wanted regular
prices will prevail.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE
J.   H.   Todd's   Music    House
419 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Have You Any Worries ?
If so, oan 1 relieve you of some of them by taking the risk of pos-
Bible losses     I can insure
four mill, store or home arainst fire.
four business against llabl Ity to employees.
Jour horses .gainst death trom any cause.
your automobile or boat ag, Inst loss of any kind.
Your  valuable  papers and ,'ewels a. ainst theft.
Your family against financial loss if you die.
Yourself agattsl   any  illness or acci lent.
In fact 1 can give you any k nd of Insurance protection written.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62
HUSBAND NOT FORCED TO
SUPPORT  MOTHER-IN-LAW
New York, Oct. 11.���The new court
1 of domestic relations here has officially ruled that a man la not obliged to
support his mother-in-law.
"There ls no legal ground tor the
belief of many women that when they
marry a man they can saddle their
1 whole family on him," declared the
presldin . magistrate in the case of
Stockey vs. Stockey.
"A man ls not obliged to support
his mother-in-law. Furthermore, if a
wife leaves her husband and goes to
live with her mother, not caring tn
live with her husband, the husband I*
not required to support her." k   V
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOEER  12, 1910
CORPORATION   OF   THE   DISTRICT
OF BURNABY.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
By-law No.
Re lot 16, block 2, of lot 201, group 1,
town of Port Moody. Murray's Addition, in the district of Xew Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 4700A, issued In
By-law tc enable the Corporation of
the Distnct of Burnaby to raise by
way of loan the sum of seventy
thousand dollars for the purpose of .the name of John Stewart and James
Cash, has heen filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
tit th.e expiration of one month from
the date cf the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, un'.ess
in the meantime valid objection he
made to me iti writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C . Oct. 7. 1910.
JUMPED TRACES
AND BALKS STILL
THIRTY YEARS SPENT
IN THE NORTH COUNTRY
"SCHOOL    OF    VICE."
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
providing   and   building   sidewalks
within   the   limits  of    the     munici-]
pality.
Whereas, it is necessary and expedient that the council of the said
corporation lie authorized to borrow;
the sum of seventy thousand dollHrs
($70,000) to provide for the construction of sidewalks within the limits of
the said municipality.
And whereas. ;m approximate estimate of the amount required for the
various sidewalks has been made by
tlie council as follows, viz.:
Ward 1���Nine thousand six hundred
��ind eighty-nine dollars .($9,689.00)'.
Ward 2���Ten thousand eight hundred and seventeen dollars and flfty
cents ($10,817.50).
Ward 3���Fourteen thousand seven
hundred and ninety-nine dollars ($14,-
799.00).
Ward 4���Seven thousand and tive
dollars  ($7,005.00).
Ward 5���Five thousand two hundred
and eighty dollars ($5,280.00).
Ward (i���Thirteen thousand and
eighty-eight dollars ($13,088.00).
Additional sidewalks and contingencies and costs Incidental to this bylaw
iind raising the loan nine thousand
three hundred and twenty-one dollars
and fifty cents ($9,321.50).
And whereas, it is necessary to
raise the moneys required to defray
the above expenditure upon the credit
of the municipality.
And whereas, it will be necessary to
raise annually by special rate the sum
of four thousand six hundred and fifty-
eight dollars and fifty cents $4,658.50)
principal, and the sum of three thousand five hundred dollars $(3,500) interest, making a total amount annually of eight thousand one hundred
and fifty-eight dollars and flfty cents
($8,158.50) for the term of twelve
years for the repayment of the said
loan and interest thereon as hereinafter mentioned.
And whereas, the.net value of the
whole rateable land in the said municipality according to the last revised
assessment roll amounts to ten million three hundred and twenty-three'
thousand six hundred and ten dollars
$10,323,610).
And whereas, to provide for the
payment of the interest and the creation of a sinking fund for the payment
of Uie said principal sum of seventy
thousand dollars ($70,000) it will be
necessary to levy a Bpeclal annual rate
sufficient to raise the sum of eight
thousand one hundred and fifty-eight
dollars and fifty cents ($8,158.50), the
amount to be calculated annually on
the whole of the rateable land within
the municipality.
lie It therefore enacted by the reeve
and council of the said corporation of
the district of Burnaby in council assembled as follows, viz.:
1. lt shall be lawful for the reeve
and clerk of the council for 1 he pur-.
I>ose aforesaid to borrow or raise by
way of loan from any person or per-1
sons or corporation or corporations!
who may be willing to advance the
same upon the credit of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, a sum
not exceeding seventy thousand dol-j
lars ($70,000) and,cause the same to'
be placed in the Royal Hank of Canada in the City of New Westminster,!
to the credit of the said corporation |
for the purpose above recited and debentures of the said corporation to
the amount of seventy thousand dollars ($70,000) in the whole may be
issued by the said reeve and cleik In
accordance with the Municipal Clauses
Act in sums as may he required, hut
not less tl;an one thousand dollars
($1,000) each, the s���iJ debentuies 10
be sealed with the corporate seal and
to be signed by the leeve and clerk.
2. The debentures shah bear into: est at the rate of five (5) per cent.
per annum payable half yearly on the
1st day of May and the 1st day of
November In each and every year during the currency of the said dehentures or any of them. ' There sliall be
attached to each of the debentures
coupons signed hy tlie Reeve for each
and every payment of interest that
may become due and such signature
may be either written, stamped, printed or lithographed.
3. The said debentures as to principal and Interest sliall be payable at
the Royal Hank of Canada in the city
of New Westminster, or at such other
place or places as the council shall
from time to time appoint, with the
approval of the holders thereof, and
as to principal the debentuies shall be
made payable on tho 1st day of November, i.922.
4. There shall be raised and levied
annually by a special rate sufficient
therefor on all the rateable land or
Improvements or real property in the
municipality the sum of four thousand
*dx hundred and fifty-eight dollars and
fifty cqpts ($4,658.50) for the purpose
of forming a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures and the
sum of three thousand flve hundred
dollars ($3,500) for the payment of interest at the rate aforesaid to become
due on such debentures during the
currency thereof th.e said special rate
to be in addition to all other rates
to be levied and collected in the
municipality duiing the currency of
the sail debentures or any
Sir Hibbert Tupper is Still
Opposed to Premier McBride's Railway Policy.
Hudson's Bay Factor at the Chute
Ed;ronton for the Second Time in
Twenty  Years.
HOUSEHOLD   VOTERS.
Applications to be placed on the
supplementary voters' list for th.e City
of New Westminster will be received
by the undersigned up to November
1st, 1910.
Applicants must be Hritish subjects
of the full age of twenty-one yc.is
and have been residents ot U.< city six
months immediately preceding the
date of application, and have during
that time paid as a householder a
rental of not less than one hundred
dollars a year.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Ottawa, Oct. 11.���"In my attitude toward tlie recent campaign railway
policy of the McBride government
there was nothing which was not in
accord with the best traditions of the
Conservative party, and which was
not to the best interests of that
party."
each
Charles
Charles
preine court
1 bert clashed
Edmonton, Oct 11.���
Hudson Bay company'
monton twenty years
the
this
that
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver. B.
C," will be received at this office until 4 p.m., on Wednesday, October 26,
1910, for the consti iction of an
Examining Waiehouse, Vancouver.
B. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at the ofiice of Mr. Joseph
Greenfield, resident architect, Winnipeg, Man., Mr. Wm. Henderson, resident architect, Victoria, B. C, at
Post Office, Vancouver, and at
department.
Persons tendering are notified
tenders will not be considered unless I
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with   their   actual   signatures, stating their occupations    and
places of residence.    In the case   of j
firms, the actual signature, the nature!
of the occupation and place of resid-1
ence of each member of the flrm must I
be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.?.)
pf thc amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepled the cheiue
will be returned.
The department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
By order.
K. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa. September 21, 1910.
was   the   statement   of   Sir
Hibbert   Tupper,   son   of  Sir
Tupper.  who  is  bere  on su-;
work.    Sir Charles Hib-j
with   Hon. Richard McBride   on   the   hitter's   railway   policy,
duiing the  Hritish Columbia election
campaign a year ago.   The honorable
Richards   ire   was   provoked,   and    lie
straightway read Sir Charles Hibbert
out of the Conservative party.
"Many live-long Conservatives in
Hritish Columbia agree with my view,"
continued Sir Charles Hibbert, "This
view is that the railway policy cf the
McBride government is an unnecessary menace to tlie province, and is
wholly at variance with the views held
I and expressed by the premier right up
to the movement of his sudden going
to the country."
Sir Charles Hibbert did not take
seriously the rumor that he was to be
appointed lieutenant-governor of Nova
Scotia. In the first place, said he,
there wi s no chance of the appointment heing proffered him, and, in the
secon ' 1 lace, if it were proferred him,
lie would not accept it.
To have heen a
-;  factor  at   Ed-
ago and  to renin to And a city sprung up wheie in
1 former years there was only a Hudson's Bay trading post and a few
shacks,  Is 'lie experience of Thomas
IKerr, Hudson's Hay factor of a posi
called   The   Chutes,   thirty   miles   be-
'low Fort Vermillion, on the Lower
Peace river.
About   thirty   years  ago   Mr.   Kerr
came to Edmonton in the employ of
'the   Hudson's   Hay   company.       After
i being stationed here for some years
he was moved and put in charge of a
post   farther   north.     For   ten   years,
I without a break. Mr. Kerr remained in
lhe north country, in 1901 he came
to Edmonton in order to meet his
wife, who had just arrived from the
old country. Accompanied by her he
returned to thc north, this time going
as far as his present post, near Fort
So   Member    of    American    Methodist
Conference   Called   High   Schools.
Rochester, Oct. ll.���'"fhe fads ami
fancies being introduced into our public high schools under the guise ofl
physical culture arc turning them into
schools of vice." declared E. C. Mills-
paugh, reading from a report of (he
educational committee al the closing,
session of tlie Genesee Methodist conference here today.
"Under (he guise of physical exercises they are introducing dancing and
Other things, which, to the Methodist,
are immoral. I know of several instances in Buffalo, where parents bave
taken tlieir children from lhe public
high schools and placed them in private schools, because of these BO-Call-
ed physical exercises," he continued.
Kev. Benjamin Copeland of Buffalo
defended (he public schools of (hat
city, and, in (lie end. succeeded in having the objectionable phrase "school of
vice," stricken from the report.
50ARD    OF    TRADE���NEW \\| 5]
minster Board of Trade meet    ,
board  room.   City   Hall,  as   ,
Third Thur d:i.v    or   each    .
quarterly     meeting    01   the    iIr '
Thursday of February, Mm,    ���.
and  November, at s ,,.m    ' v,v_
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February.    New   members
proposed and elected at anj   : ������ ���,.'
ly or    quarterly    meeting.      q  J
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PRINTERS.
LOCAL     IMPROVEMENT     NOTICE.
WESTMINSTER PUKSS FOR E
kind of job;prlntlng      \ildg,
leaf ledgers';  Cowle     irbon Papers
Phone    55,    P. O.    Box  142.   ' t)A
Dally News  Block. Sixth Str
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS ANI) ORGANS TUNED
repaired by your local tuner, \V. p
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Phone L0H
St..
BRITISH   MUSEUM   WILL
GUARD   BOOKS   IN    FUTURE
of   books   Home
Kt
ewspapers will not he paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without authority from the department.
London, Oct. 11.���The authorities of
the British Museum have under consideration a set of new rules regarding the reading room.
It has been found that occasionally
frequenters of the room take home
with them books which they have perused up to the ('��� si ig hour, returning them on th.e iollowing morning.
This i>; contrary to the regulations,
which   forbid   the   remov
from thc rea ling room.
Now an 1 then, according to one of
the officials, the borrowers omit to
take back the voluir.es.
Therefore, one of the new proposals
is that till handbags, "despatch cases,"
and similiar article Into which hooks
might he slipped, shall be left with
the attendants outside the doors of
i the room.
i /So far as regards handbags this precaution lias been enforced for some
I time, but the most professional-look-
, ing despatch bo\es and cases are al-
J lowed to be taken in by readers.
The reading room attendants keep
j a sharp but unobtrusive watch upon
the students and literary workers. If
at tlie closing hour or subsequently a
book should he missing, immediate
steps are taken to trace it.
An average of ~2(i readers use the
room daily, and in the course of a
year they are supplied with close upon 1,500 000 volumes.
hi
Vermillion.
Fiom 1901 till 1910, Mr. and Mrs.
Kerr remained at the post, and just
Ihe days ago they came down to Edmonton from the north for the first
time since 1901.
"When I flrst came to Edmonton,
in 1879, the site of this city and the
surrounding district was a wilderness," sail Mr. Kerr, "and even when
I left, after my second visit, in 1901,
the place was only a small town. My
surprise to find Edmonton now a large
city was very ;;reat."
In the course of thirty years ln the
northland Mr. Kerr has travelled
through the country extensively. He
has been up In the extreme northeast as far as York factory, and as far
wett as the Roe. ies. In his opinion
the land along the Lower Peace river
is better even than the the Grande
Praii ie country.
T. P. O'CONNOR   COMING.
Vic-
������������-���-  ~  """~ In    Company   With    Deith.
NOTICE. \   serious   condition   of   affairs
  connection   witli  the  handling  of
NOTICE  IS   HEREBY   GIVEN   that plosives   in   the   Slogan   district
The Corporation of tlie City of New [been brought to the attention of
provincial    authorities    and    will
Minister of Public  Works at Ottawa
and In the office of the    Registrar of
deeds for the  District of New  West-
I minster. British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of
|the proposed site for laying steel
1 pipe line or water main under the
j north arm of the Fraser River in the
1 Province of British Columbia, and aft-
j er one month from the first publication hereof will apply to tlie Governor
tin Council for approval there of.
DATED this Third day of October,
1910. W. A. DUNCAN,
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster.
in
ex-
has
the
be
made the subject of immediate investigation.     What   the   condition    complained of is may be gathered from a
I reference   in   a   recent   issue   of   the
I Kootenaian, which says that It. is no
unusual tight to see passenger trains
pull out of Kaslo for Sproules. fully
laden with passengers, baggage and
dynamite.   "The men sit on (he boxes
I of high power explosives," says the
Kaslo paper, "and smoke with perfect
Icquamlmlty and unconcern."
Ruler   Invited  to  Address
toria Canadian Clubs.
Victoria.  Oct.   11.���T.    P.   O'Connor,
the   British   Home   Rule   member   of
parliament  for the Scotland  division
of Liverpool wlll visit Victoria In the
j course of the next two weeks.    Yesterday   the   local   Canadian   cluh   dispatched an invitation to him addressed to Winnipeg, where he is now, asking him to be its guest at a luncheon
on  whatever dav   he  will  name.    It   Is
I expected that if he accepts the invitation  he win  speak  upon  matters affecting the present  well-being of Ireland.
1     Mr.   O'Connor   is   one   of   the    best
known  journalists  In    London.      He
commenced his newspaper career as a
1 junior  reporter on  Saunders  Newsletter, a  Dublin Conservative join nai. in
j 1867.   Three  years  later  he  migrate I
to   London   in   search   of   a   situation.
��� Rapidly  obtaining   recognition   he be-
I -ame sub-editor of the Telegraph, and
'afterwards was employed  in  the  Lon-
[don  office  of  the   New   York   Herald.
1 In isso he entered parliament as mem-
! ber  for Galway.    lu  lssr,  he  was returned for both Galway and Ihe Scotland  division of Liverpool, the latter
seat which lie has held ever since. He
founded  und   was  the   first   editor  of
the  Star,  the  Sun,  the   Weekly  Sun,
M. A. P., and T. I'.'s Weekly.   Among
I is written works are "Lord Beacon-
field."    a    bio. 1 aphy;     "The    Parnell
Movement;    "Gladstone's    House   of
Commons." "Some Old  Love Stories,"
"Napoleon, l'he  phantom   Millions,"
and a large number of articles, and essays. In the house of commons he is
a strong supporter of Ireland's liglu
for hone rule, and his piesent trip on
the continent la for the purpose of
raising funds for that  movement.
The Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that it
is desirable to carry out the following
works, that  is to say:
To construct cement concrete sidewalks, retaining walls, boulevards.
storm sewers, paved roadway and
street lights on Columbia street, from
the east line of Fourth Btreet to the
west line of Leopold place, and that
said works sliall be carried out In accordance With the provisions of the
"Local Improvement General Hylaw
1909."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said bylaw upon the said works,
giving statements, showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real '
property to be benefitted by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopt-.
ed by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the
said reports are open for inspection at!
the office of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia street. New Westmin-
Bter, B. C, and that unless a pet I-:
tlon against the proposed woiks above
mentioned, signed by a majority of
the the owners of the land or real pro-1
perty to he assessed or charged in re-
spect of such works representing at'
least one-half in value thereof Is presented to the Council wthin fifteen
days from the date of the first publication of this notice, the Council will
proceed witli (he proposed improvements under Such terms and conditions as to the payment of the cost of
such Improvements as the Council
may hy bylaw in that behalf regulate
and determine and also to make the
sti id assessment.
Dated  this  27th  day of  September,
A. 1>��� 1910. W. A. DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
Date of first publication, September
29, 191U.
New Westminster
Mail Service
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS!
ger G. J. SykeB), (in Powell ol
Vancouver.      Plione   :>>57G.     p:
attention   given    to   .all    orders
male   help.     Ring   us   up.   w
write if unable to visit us
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE  &  EDMONDS,  BAI
ters    and    solicitors,   Wps:c .
Trust Block,   Columbia  stree'
Westminster.    W. J. Whltesil
L. Edmonds.
���rapt
KI8-
\'-w
\ H,
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia anj
McKenzie streets; Vancouver cl-
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. c.;
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie Q, g.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNT A NT,
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Koom,
Trapp block.
R. T. PRINCE. EXPERT ACCOUNT^
ANT AND AUDITOR���Agenl the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
6TENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN HUNTING, ROOM 21
Curtis Hlock.    P. O. Hox 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY A.NU
Typewriting;  copy    work, busmen
letters, etc.    Coumbla  street. Telephone 0L\
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO
Real  Estate  and   Insurance  Af?eati-
C;ty,  farm  and  Buourban  property,
628 nnd 740 Columbia St.
Time
of  I
Closing:
R.
j:��,.oo i
IS:
11
: 00���Victoria
(daily
: 00���Victoria
1 daily
���Victoria
(dally
: 80-
C. E. R.
Sunday)..2
C. E. R.
Sunday)..
C. E. R.
Sunday)..!
3:00
S: 30
:00
16:
'.2-,'Mi-
9:
S: 30
a (I. N. It.
Sunday)..10:
and    Bu-
    S;
and   Bu-
 14:
Eraser
except
no
:',n
R:::o
NOTICE.
The Corporation of the City of New
Wesl minster has deposited wilh the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and in the ofllce of the Registrar of
Deeds for the District, of New Westminster, Hritish Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description ol
(lie proponed site for laying steel
pipe line or water main under the
Brunei I e river In the Province of
British Columbia, and after one
month from the llrst publication hereof   will   apply   to   the   Governor   in
for  approval   thereof.
this  Third  day   of   October,
of them,
shall fake effect on
day   of    November,
may be cited for all
"Burnaby   Sidewalks
6. This by-law
and after the 1st
1910.
0.   This by-law
purposes as the
Loan  By-law, 1910." ���
Done and passed In open council
the llilth day of September, 1910.
Received the assent of the electors
at an elect ion for the purpose on tho
day of 1910.
Reconsidered and finally adopted hy
tbe council, signed by tlie reeve und
clerk and sealed with the corporate
re '1 on the day of ,
1910.
Take notice that the above Is a trua
copy of the proposed by-law upon
-which the vote of   the   municipality
Council
Da led
1910.
W.
Clerk of (he Municipa
Corporation of the
Wesl minster.
A. DUNCAN.
Council of The I
City    of    New i
will be taken on Saturday, Ihe 15th
day of October, 1910, between !)
o'clock a.m, until 7 o'clock p.m., at the
following polling places:
The Municipal Hall.
West Burnaby School.
Duthle School.
Mrs. Cobban's house, Gunn road.
Public notice Is hereby given that
the vole of the electors of the district
of Burnaby will lie taken on the above
mentioned by-law tit the time and
place above mentioned, nnd that. C. T.
Saunders has been appointed returning officer to take tlie vote of such
electors, with the usual powers in that
behalf.
By order of the council.
PETER BYRNE, Reeve.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
20:
9:
!��� laser
except
14:30
,14:30
md    Ed-
except
m
JOSEPH E. HOWARD
In "The Goddress of Llbe:ty" at tho Ore:a House, Tuesday, October lS.
;ifti-i
Time
of
All i vai:
'J0:0u���United States via C. I
(daily except Sunday).
8:30���Vancouver via B. C. E. R
1 daily  except Sunday).
111:00���Vancouver via IV C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..11:00
00���Vancouver via B. C. E. It*
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
via   B.
except
via   B,
except
via   It.
except
United Stales via 0, N. R
(daily except Sunday).
00���United Slates vl
(dally except
2*>���All poinis east
rope  (daily)
All   points  east,
rope   ladilyl
26���Sapperton    and
Mills       1 dally
Sunday)
00���Sapperton     and
mills      (dally
Sunday 1
"a���Coquitlam    (dally    except
Sunday)
13:00- Central ' Park
monds    (dal
Sunday)
14:00���East Burnaby and Bur-
(luilaiii (dallyc except
Sunday)    u
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)         14
10:00���Ladner,     Toil     Guichon,
Westham  Island    18:30
10:00���Annievllle,   Sunbury (daily
except   Sunday    13; :;o
Annails Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver.    Piper's    Siding     via     G.     N.     R.
(dully except Sunday 1..]
80���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily  except   Sunday l..l
30���Clayton   (Tuesday, T
day,    Friday    and
day       	
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday
Friday)       	
8:80���Burnaby  Lake  (dally
cept  Sunday  	
20:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally except Sunday)  	
r,:4G���Crescent, White Rock and
Hlaine     (dally     except
Sunday)        R;oo
Hall's Prairie. Fern Ridge
and llu/.lemen (Tuesday. Thursday and S����.
aiiafi ***���**���* *ta*ta: .a.m..    %*,*
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS
lorlng.    A  new line of Spritu
Ing Just  in.    Button making. \<
ing and repairing.   40 Lome
Phone R 608.
ree:.
FISH   AND   GAME.
00 BBNSUN Hi AYLING. FISH. KK
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean B
next to Bank ot MontreaL
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THM trUKM't'UKH
f)ealer, Upholsterer and Und'T iS"!
corner Agnes and McKenzie a reeU,
Phone 176, night call 81.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORM. Q
Co., bank, office and store Utnagi;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manten
and detail work. Designs and ���t!'
mates furnished. J. Brooke- !ir0,
prietor. Works; Corner El ; :3
nnd car line. P. O. box 251. i'aone
473.
,11:00
:oo
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
EXTINGUISHERS.    Till
In    tiie    lighting    a|;
Harris   &   Co.,   Lavery
.IRE
est
R.
Columhla Btreet,   P
l.\T-
biock,
tone Bo
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
;00
Hi: OH
IO: nu
ll.  C.  MONUMENTAL  WORKS
McKay, manufacturer and Itni
of monumental tombstones, bu
B'one, etc.    Satisfaction guaranteed,
Oolumbla street.  New  WeHtuiin^"
IAS.
liter
.11:1s
11
11:
it\
:00
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ^
Phono IS. Newest und mosl up-JO*
dale In the cltv.   Terms modi rate,
First class cuisine.  J, Trachy, ^_
._ __ ^
HOTEL LYTTON���617 FROM ;
Phone 103, Comfortable accomoaBf
tlon. Terms moderate. McLeod >'
Watkins, proprietors.
liitrs-
Sat-
and
ex-
. ir,:oo
,15:00
.10:00
;00
O. O. F. AMITY LODGE N"
Tho regular meetings of this
are held In Odd Fellows' Hal
Carnarvon  and   Eighth  a
o(IS��
cor
ner
_ ocK.
invited
w: c
16:46-
every Monday evening at 8
Visiting   brethren   cordially
to attend.    W. II. West, N.O
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary
.1.  w.   MacDonald, financial Bee
tan
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN-
THE O  s\ ���  L **���        nE
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,NESDAY, OCTOEER  12, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVE.V.
BRAIN
who get little exercise
an occasional dose of
better all round for
��NA-DMJ��C��9' Laxatives
They icne up the liver, move the bowels gently but freely, cleanse the
.   -Pin and clear the brain.    A new, pleasant and reliable la:<at;ve, prepared
./reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.
' 25c. a box.   If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and
' gnMji we will mail them. m*~T:-
h-M   NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY   EC
OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.   21
SAID "S1H" TO THE KING,
COL PELLATT WAS RIGHT
M? rquise
Col jnsl
Ton nti
Ds   Fontenoy    Defends    the
From   the   Criticisms   of
London   Press.
it***************************************************
t
Oct. 11.���Colonel Sir
Hen ; Pe latt, the commander of tiie
Q i ���'������.'���- Own Rilles of Canada, who
conveyed  the entire  regiment  at Ids
WOMAN INKS blii
FAMILY TO EMIGRATE
\aKH**La\S��l&ttG
NOTICE      REGULATING      VEHICLE!
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All  persons  using  Columbia  street
DEP'T. OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE.! for vehicle traffic of any kind are re-
Viennese  Who  Carre  to  America  Six I
Yea.s   Ago   Has   Caused   Twenty-
One   Brothers  to   Follow.
NELSON.   B.   C,   RIFLE   RANGE
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope "Tender for construction of
Nelson, B. ('.. Rifle Range," and addressed to the Secretary of tlie   Mil-
quested to keep to the left hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk,
i    City Hall, August 12. 1910.
Xew
Tutor,
within
Yoi
Oct     11.���Miss    Marie
CLUTE PROPERTY
own expense over to England to take ty brothers to the United States, call-
part i'i the annual manoeuvres of the ei al the offlces oi the Ha
English army, Is taken to task by sev- erlcan line yesterday and paid for the
erel London newspapers for having passage of the twenty-first,
addressed Kiiig George frequently as When Miss Tufer came to this coun-
"sir" on the occasion of the reception try. six years ago, she obtained lucra-
of lhe officers and a squad of the ran!; tive employmenl and liked the land so
and Ble of his rdgimonl al Balmoral well that she determined thai all her
ilgn, writes the Marquis brothers must follow '
Itla    Council,   Headquarters,   Ottawa.'
will  be received  until noon, tlie 15th
October, for the construction of a rifle,
l young Viennese woman, who Range at Nelson, B. C.
the   last    six   years    had   ar-      Plans   and    specifications   may    be,
ranged for the trans;, .nation ... twen- jffen. and full information obtained at
tlie offlces ot the District Officer Com-!
manding Military Distilct. Xo. 11, Vic-
-
Just Arrived
Xew Scotcli and   English   Worsted,
Tweed and Serge Suiting for gentle-
I men. made    to order.    Workmanship
102nd Regt   'tind fit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
Ottawa,   and
. Ill !
tender for the moi ing of the   residence   of 24
ro
ms
1(iern, we are prepared to sell two lots with the nouse placed upon
hem for $3426.   Terns, $725 cash, balance over two years. This m
must
,:,l at  :e, as we are going tu open up streets.
���
���
ier. The family
lived in a suburb of Vienna, where
although wages wen- good, a man
with a family as extensive as that
possessed by Miss Tufer's father had
his own troubles making ends meet.
Miss Tufer saw that her chain of
brothers would be better off here than
it home, ami began whetting their
---- ���  ' - '   , " ,     ��� i . t *. n    I lie    ;i ,o    |
JI de Fontenaj   In  The  Now  York Trlb
��� une.   The newi papers In question de-
��� :ribe this f irm of address as emphaa-
Tllzlng ' Canada's democracy."
��� They are evidently unaware that
% this is the entirely correct form of ad-
$|dressing   the   King   of   Kngland,   as
everybody who lias lived al court or ������   uuw, ��
who has enjoyed any sort of intimacy petltes   for   worldly  advancement   by
with  the  reigning  house  of   England sending home letter after letter tell-
J   perfectly   well   knows.      The   phrase ing of the opportunities in America.
��� J "your majesty" is rarely used in ordi-      Tlie lirst brother or two came here
J narj conversation, or even In current with money sent to them by their sis-
 ____...-.___ ��� ;!'i(i';   business,   being  reserved   for ter  but as brother after brother emi-1"DepaVtmlmr of"Militia
itt***********-��********mmmm'mmw***************************   .<:.  ceremonial occasions and formal  grated and prospered, money for more  fence.
Services, i leadquarters,
the Officer Commanding
Xelson, B. C.
Tenders must lie made on the form I
supplied  by  the  Department, and  ac-j
companied by an accepted cheque, on I
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per!
cent  of  the   amount  of   the   tender, ; ���
payable to the order of the Honoura- \_i
ble  the   Minister  of   Militia  and   Defence, which amount will be forfeited   -    . r>/"\rfc        a. /^r\TTP
tendering    decline      )  LABUK      AClLIN 1 b
13  Begbie Street.
P. Morrison
Phone 624.
.1. II.
ayior
Phone
307.
620 Columbia Street.
to
enter Into a contract, in   accordance j     .      ,    .   . ,   ,.
with tlie tender. I    Supply ��'elP of every kind   Prompt
The  Department does not bind   it- attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
'self to accept the lowest or any ten- negotiated.
j,,,, 8 Begbie St.       New Westminster, B.C.
EUG. FISET,        | ,
Colonel.
Dep'y.   Minister  of   Militia  and  De
and    De-
nr
documents.     The   king   and   all   tbe  brothers was subscribed quickly. Wlth-
j princes of liis house are Invariably ad-  In the last year they have been arriv-
dressed as "sir" while not "madam,"  Ing at the rate of almost a brother a
but  "ma'am"  Is the form   of address  montli.
used in Bpeaklng to Queen Mary, to The rister, who acts as the Ameri-
Queen Alexandra and to all tlie prin- can banker of tlie family, has the
cesses of the reigning family. Tlie work of importing brothers thorough-
nurses and governesses of tiie only ly systematized. When a brother is
i daughter of King George are accus- expected employment Is obtained for
I turned  to  address   her   as  "Princess   him   in  advance,  and  his  sister   ami
previously transported brothers meet
and greet him at the Hamburg-American pier. All of the young men have
come here by steamships of tbat line.
Today only tlie father, mother and
, one sitter remain at the old home.
Ottawa.
Ottawa, 19th September. 1910.
Newspapers   will   not   be   paid   for:
this   advertisement   lr  they   insert   it
without  authority   from   tiie   Depart-:
ment.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
*___
f'.s.APX'
HAS   ROUSED   THE   CURIOSITY
OE   THE   WHOLE   WEST
"Do you really think" one housewife will s��y to snother "that thit
new flour can be better thsn the flour we ire using? "
Msdam, there is no doubt about it.
But there is just one way you can be convinced.   You must use
It yourself.
Our claims will not satisfy you, but ��e back up our claims In such
a way that vou will lose nothing by trying Robin Hood.
Vour grocer will tell you about our guarantee which gives you
back your money if you are not  '
satisfied.
Mary." But people who do not know
her so well are obliged to address her
as "ma'am." ami there have been occasions when it has sounded quite odd
to hear an aged dowager addressing
a toddling princess as "ma'am."
It is a pity under the circumstances
that   the  English  newspapers should,
not liave made sure of their facts before  attempting  to   criticize   Colonel
Sir Henry Pellatt, and it only goes to'
show how little they know about such
matters.   Their ignorance is, however,
by no means confined to themselves.
It extends to many other professions,
even to that of law, for when King Edward, as Prince of Wales, appeared in
the  witness  box at  the  famous   bac-
caret trial.  Sir   Edward   Clarke,  the
former solicitor-general, excited much
amusement during  bis cross-examination   of   bis   future   sovereign   by   his
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE notice that, I. William Rob-
,ert Dick, of Vancouver,  B. C.J   occu-
; pation  real estate  dealer,  intends  to
i apply for permission to purchase the
i following described lands'.
Commencing    at    a    post    planted!
I about  twenty  chains  north  from the
COAST I southwest   corner   of    Timber    Lease;
38769,   Texada   Island,   thence   west;
Montreal   states I eighty   chains,   thence   south    eighty
that while on this coast. Sir Thomas chains,   thence    east   eighty   chains
Shaughnessy   is  expected   to   make  a ! thence north eighty chains to point of
definite  announcement   regarding  the commencement, containing 040    acres
two new vessels which, he has stated, more or less.
are to be built for the Pacific service, , WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK.
Sir   Thomas  is   now   at   Winnipeg  in |    Vancouver,    B.    C,    September    6
company with Charles Hosmer. 1910.
The C.  P. R.  has for a   couple   of | .^^______
that
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
The
ANNOUNCEMENT   MAY
BE   MADE   ON
A  dispatch   from
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid  Up
Reserves
.$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
years   past   repeatedly   affirmed
two  new   vessels of  the   Empress  of:
Rritain type will be built for tbe ser-
LAND  ACT.
constant   repetition,   with    much   une      li;,lm  , . .���.  ���ul  ���,. ,,,,,,,   , ,.. ..,.���.������
tion   of the phrase, "your royal high- vlce between Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster Land District,
ness."   whereas   Sir   Charles   Russell, the  orient.    The  present   Empresses' trlct  of  New Westminster,
afterwards lord chief justice, through- ���
>*"���%
MOCK JAW MX.:
THE SASKATCHEWAN
fLOUR MILLS CO.
3 tIMITCD
MOOSE JAW
SASK.
out bis examination of the prince used
the words, "your royal highness" only
once, addressing him throughout all
the other questions as "sir:" but,
then, he was a member of the Jockey
club and one of tbe prince's personal
friends.
..ave been in service for over twentv Take notice that John Ferdinand
vears and while still the crack ships Baggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
of tbe northern transpacific route, can-!farmer, intends to apply for permis-
not compete in speed or equipment'sion to purchase the following de-
with  the  new  Pacific  Mail  and  Toyo I scribed  lands: ,_������_,.
KiBen liners sailing from San Fran-1 Commencing at a post planted
Cisco. Thev have, however, been op- about one mile northeast from the
erated   at   a   large   profit   since   tbey  bead  of  Billings  bay,  and  about    4
The Bank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic, to the Pacific-. In Cuba
throughout the island; also In
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and  London, England.
Correspondents in all parts
ot the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
I were  first  placed  in   service and  for
f HfJ.A tbis reason tlie C. P. R. has not has-
STORMS   ON   EAST  COAST 'tened tlieir replacement  by new  vessels.
SHIPPING    SUFFERS    FROM
UlNffif HW
Halifax Oct. 11.���Stormy weather
on the Nova Scotia and Newfoundland coasts is responsible for numerous wrecks. The three-masted schooner Rosemary is a total wreck at An-
ticosti. and the fishing schooner Mamie May is on the rocks at Jeddore.
N. S. The schooner Sea Nymph, with
coal, is h total wreck at Fortune Harbor. Newfoundland while tlie schooner Ella Francis, with fertilizer, is
breaking up nearby.
40j
Sr^TimiVToT nutberS as done by us gives the ut-
i5encheainnsOrtthhen0ceChsou?h "TUS most satisfaction. Ourequip-
thence   west   40   chains   to   point    of ...
1 ; commencement,  containing  160 acres
I more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1910.
'His flfliteW* Voice
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NOIV ON GALE
Here aro acme of the choice selections from lhe new list,
Secon 1 Ch
-ours .Vi'"1: "
Garde Repul licaiui C   id
io inch 75c.
13 lacV. DouMe F��Ood Rec.mli 90o. fot l!io WO
r(a) "Any little (fit
that's a nice Utile
tet
,(a) "Any little girl, that's a nice nine
, ,  j L.irl"    Rlllv Murray and Quartet
5ho) (!!) "My Prairie Song Gird.
t Stanley and Burr
74i8.
64144-
6002.; -
Red Seal tiecordn.
ll.is S irrowThy Youm: Davs Shaded"
12 inch Jl.;.
Salley i'i our Alley"
McComiack
George Hamlin
io inch ja,
Purplo  Label.
'Nora Malone "
10 Inch 90 cents.
Blanche Ring
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
W����k Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West-
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00 j    0n and after October  1.  1910.  we,
a.m.  and every halt hour thereafter  the  undersigned,  will    sell  coal    for
until 11:30 p.m. j cash only, either with the order or on
Cars leave New Westminster for Van j delivery.   GILLET BR0S    Lm
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and 1 JOSEPH MAYERS,
ment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean, Economic, Prompt.
White labor only employed
BELYEA & CO.
New Westminster, Sept. 24.
8:00 a.m.. and every half hour there
after until 11:00 **.m.       _
Sunday Schedule. 1 ^���^���^=^^=^^==!
Cars leave Vanoouver tor New West j     try  a  "WANT' ad  In  The  Newa
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and jit will bring results
���very   half   hour   thereafter   until
11:30 p.m. j
Oars leave New Westminster for Van-1
couver at S:00 a.m., and every half j
hour thereafter until  11  p.m. j
Eburne  Line. J
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7 i
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.    1
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave  Westminster
at S 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
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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HE        DAILY       NEWS
Eastcrtrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL    $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL |S.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4-50 per Bbl
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
Westmlrster.
I
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Teleohone S3S.
Hear these Records
at the
Nearest Dealer's
Berliner Gram    .
Limited, Montreal
Sold in U.S.A. hy
Victor Records and Machines at J. H. Todd's Music House
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves New Westminster S: 17
1. m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p. in.
Leaves New Westminster 10:30
i.tn.;   arrives  Seattle  :::T-">  p.m.
Leaves Now Westminster 4:30
p.m.;   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves Now Westminster 12:2"
i.m.:  arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
N'ew Westminster 2:50 p. m.
Leaves Seattle Di:-.') p.m.; arrives
N'ew Westminster fi:25 p. m,
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
N'ew Westminster 0:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
N'ew Westminster 6:30 a.m.
G. n. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex
cept Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Guichon G:,".0 p. m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 0:00 a. nr, arrives
bridge passenger station, New West-
minster, 10:20 a.m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:60 p.m.; arrive*
Sumaa 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
AT A SACRIFICE
A nice modern 6 roomed house
corner 2nd St. and 5th Ave. Full
sized lot bearing orchard and good
out building, price $3,350 easy terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists m^^a
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PAGE  EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, isr
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St. Barnabas church will hold liar
vest festival services on Sunday.
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right Drices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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.
T! e Westmlnstei
furnish the musl
exhll ition.
city    band    will
!aj at the Eburne
A man by the name of Morgan will
appear in the police courl  this morning on a charge  of  being  drunk  and
frequenting an Indian   camp   at    the
same time.    He was caught in the act
yesterday afternoon by   .me   of   the
city   policemen.     In   the   police   court
yesterday one drunk forfeited $F> ball;
one was fined {2.50 and costs and one
will  meet | was   let out on   suspended   sentence.
Auditor Tbe last man was a sailor on the Empress of India, whose experiences on
lland were wetter than they were when
The county court held a session yes-; he sailed the seas.
terday and fixed dates for trials com-1
ing up during tlie month of October. Frank Major, who for the past year
| has been manager    of    the    Pearson
Davies greenhouse  is  the  place  to]Electric   company,    has    rented    the
C'on.e and watch the roller races at
the Pythian rink this evening.       **
Tonight   the  cit ���  council
for the purpose of discussing
Cotsworth's report.
get   bouquets,   floral   designs  and   all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone U U08.
rooms    below    Johnston's    bis
shoe
i house and is installing there a stock
Mrs   T   R   Pearson and  Mrs. J.  A.  of   Pianos,   musical   instruments    and
Lee   leave   this   morning   for   Seattle, Islleet music.    He will  carry  the well
where thev will visit for a few days,    i known line of Heintzman pianos and
sheet music.    He wi
known line of
already has a large stock of these in
A   son   was  born   yesterday  to   Mr. I his show rooms.    The rooms are well
and Mrs. \V. J. Mathers, of Columbia lighted and convenient and when corn-
street.     Mrs.   Mathers  and   baby   ure I plete the store will he one of the best
doing nicely. of the kind in the city.    The store is
, ,     ,       . ,, .   now being fitted up and will be readv
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at f()I. 0(,(.upation about the end of   lhe
week.
Tidy's store.   Phone 1S4.
Archibald Gray, assistant general
freight agent of the Great Northern.
was in the city yesterday and called
upon Mayor Lee.
Miss Warwick, Agnes    street,    will j
receive on Friday afternoon    of    this
week, and thereafter on    the    second |
Fridav of the month.
Amateur races
rink tonight.
at    Pythian
roi er
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A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia St. Principal.
Hand Bags
New Stock        Good Values
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of
Hand Bags ever shown in
this city.   From $1.00 up.
Provincial Constable Lister was at
Langley yesterday issuing summonses
for witnesses who are wanted at a
murder trial in Fernie.
During the three months closing
September 30 there were recorded in
the registrar's office. % births, 47
marriages and 77 deaths.
The Ladies of the Macabees will
hold a special meeting at three o'clock
today in the I. O. O. F. building. All
members are requested to attend.
H. E. Kellington leaves today for
Berkley, Cal., where he will spend tlie
npvt six months at California university, completing his Ph.D. work.
RE-OPENED
The Guichon rooms, corner Columbia and Fourth streets, lias been renovated and newly furnished. Steam
heated. Transients accommodated.
Entrance off Fourth street.
The Public
Supply Sljres
Curtis Drug Store
j Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;     Long    Distance,    7-1
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
For  all electrical    work    and
tracts phone T. Roberts, 761.
con-
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
Ihe Central hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
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, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc.,  Etc.
Na-Dru-Co
Tooth  Paste
ALSO
TALCUM POWDER
Hose, Horatio, Violet and Flesh.
See Our Window.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Dean Block.     441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
The Educational Club of Columbian
coilege will meet at eight o'clock on
Thursday evening at the residence of
Mrs. W. T. Reid, 51  Royal avenue.
Provincial Constable Wilkie yesterday took two men to tlie penitentiary:
:me named W'ab.e Kizacke, from Clinton, and one Halloweli, from Vancouver.
The court of revision  for the pro-!
ilnciul voter:,' list wlll be held in the |
court  house on   November  7.    There'
ire only a few protes'.s against names
*o be considered.
Foi- all electrical -.vork and contracts phone T. Robert's. 7C1.        **
The St. Mary's hospital, which has
been established i:i New Westminster
for twenty-three years, will be closed
on in.'tructions from the head of the
order in Montreal.
Maria er Keary. of the provincial
exhibition, has not yet received all
the 'ills for expenditures during the
cou se of the fair and until they are
ill in the exact amount lost by the H.
\. & I. society on the recent fair will
not be known. j
When you want to give your wife
:ir mother a present, buy ber a nice
curling Iron, or a flat iron, it is more
convenient. Let me tell you about it.
T. Roberts, electrician, corner Fourth
street and Clarkson. Phone 761, day
or night **
George t'uvalsky, of Nanaimo, was
in the City yesterday on a short business visit. Mr. Cavalsky is prominent
in Odd Fellows' circles on the Island,
and improved the occasion yesterday
by calling on local    members   of the
01 tiff.
A general meeting of the football
enthusiasts wlll be held In the Province office on Columbia street at eight
o'clock tonight. Everyone interested
i.s expected lot attend, as there are
some arrangements to be made for
the mutch here next Saturday.
For this week we are giving 30 per
cent, discount on violins, guitars,
mandolins, banjos, and a special discount on pianos. Al J, II. To Id's
Music House. Columbia sireet.       **
The Dewar shield, which was won
again this year by tlie district of Surrey, has been returned to lis old place
of honor In the board of trade room.
It has become rather tranished und
the Surrey board of trade contemplate
having it  polishe 1 In a few days.
Look Over
our groceries ancl then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing, D-m't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for It and give us
your opinion. It. is sure to be
more t>;an favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with i erfect confidence
that you wiil get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
5 lots on Second Htreet. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
this  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
enpeelallv well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
ce $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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IS
That  The Exhibition
Over, Come and See
These Goods
Sash Curtains-
made up ready
for use
The lengths are suitable for
sash curtains or for any small
window. Tliey are made of line
Madras and Hroclie muslin in
cream and ecru, with heavy lace
borders and insertion to match.
You will tind these exceptionally nice novelties, serviceable
to a  marked degree.
1 ,t yard curtains, per pair  -95c
2 yard  curtains,   per  pair  $1.25
and  $1.35
i'j yard curtains, per pair $1-50
and   $1-75
Fancy Kimona
Cloths, 20c to
35c Per Yard
In the showing of flannelettes
none are more attractive than
these kimona cloths. We were
careful in choosing the proper
weights, also in selecting the
colors and designs. Patterns are
particularly well adapted for
dressing jackets, kimonas and
robes. Colors are shown in
shades, sky, fawn, pink, pearl,
grey, cardinal, lavender, purple,
wine, etc., width L'S to iii inches.
all heavy weights. Her yard
20c to 35c
Heavy 36in.
Skirting
Flannelette
A heavy navy blue flannelette
with combination grey stripe.
This is made with a bonier
making it all the more desirable
for underskirts.   Her yard ..45c
A Genuine Snap
in Roller Towelling, 8 yds. for
$1.00
Thirty pieces of roller towelling . pure linen. In plain and
twill weaves, all weights, plain
or bordered 16 to 18 Inch
widths also 20 to 24 Inch. Class
towelling in blue and red
checks. Special low prices induced us to buy a great deal
more than usual. In order to
reduce the slock to Its usual
proportions we are prepared to
give our customers the advantage of lower prices on this special lot. Regular values 16c to
n*_Q. Special tbis week Eight
yards for    $1-00
Misses' and Children's Gaiters
The rainy weather brings a
large demand for gaiters. We
have made special preparation
to meet all calls for gaiters. Vou
will find bere misses' black
cloth gaiters in all sizes, and
children's plain .Jersey and felt
cloth gaiters in black, cardinal,
navy. fawn, grey, nnd white,
with the same range of colors
In fine knitted woollen gaiters;
all sizes.    Also Infant's Overalls
and Footed Gaiters in ail
sizes.
Popular Every
Day Millinery
In  planning for our  fall  bill.
ness  we endeavored  to providi
bats suitable for every possible
occasion.    That our efforts so :.,
do were warranted is proven bj
the immense business done du ���
lng the past    two    weeks.    O .
millinery     is     wearable     kind
stylish,  serviceable  and    priced
so that no one need hesitate I
leave their order with  us.
This week we call your attention to the new range of BOfl
fell hats for every day wear, in
all colors, white fell hats, children'! felt and cloth tains, wool
tains .bonnets, waterproof ha: -
and leather tains.
Ivy Satin Waist-
ing, 25c Per Yd.
Ivy satin waisllngs are flu:.-
nelettes with a very firm finish
which makes them particularly
appropriate for blouses and
house gowns. They are Bhown
in neat stripes In all the new
soft shades so popular tills fall,
icseda. rose, wisteria, mo l(
lavender, sky, cadet and brown
Per yard   25c
30 Pieces of
Suiting Tweeds,
75c Per Yard
Regular   Values   90c   to   $1.00.
i u'.d  lengths and    pieces    ��� I
heather  twei d,   cl ev i its,   homi
spans, plain  Venetians, etc.,    ol
colors on sale this week in the
dress goods Bectlon.
I
CITY     OF     NCW     WSETMINSTER
Tenders for New Fire  Hall.
The corporation requires tenders
for the election of a new Fire Hall
oil Thirteenth street.
Plans and specifications as prepared bv J. VV. H. Blackman, City
Engineer, can be obtained at the City
Hall during ollice bonis.
Tenders lo be delivered to the undersigned by 5 o'clock p, m. on tbe
24th.   day  of  October,   1010.
The lowest or any tender nol Dec-
essai lly accepted,
W. A. DUNC W.
City Clerk.
City Hall, October 11, nun.
ROYAL CITY
CHEMICAL CLEANERS
AND  DYERS
Lock Over Your Wardrobe.
We can help you work wonders with (dollies yon are inclined to throw away. Take no
chances  with  articles of value.
G. F. BALDWIN, Proprietor.
Phone B 278.      345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
STORAGE;
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
SS. TRANSFER
)      HIIPU.II
Commencing  September   IB, the SS. Transfer Will leave Hrackmv
Ker  wharf every  afternoon, except  Sunday, al  2  p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning  to  New  Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning will leave every weekday morning at 7 a.m. and Ladl
7:30 a.m.    Additional  trip  Monday morning, leaving    New  Westmln
ster at 6 a.in.
This schedule subject to change without notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
House wiring a Specialty, All orders
j given  prompt    attention,    and    night
! calls answered.
"I Phone* 761  and 531.
Office:    ���   -   -     4:5 Columbia Street.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET!
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS

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