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VOLUME 6, NUMBER 208.
MOW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, HUM.
A?. FIVE  CENTS.
V
STATISTICS SHOW
PROGRESS OHHE CITY
Steady Increase In Returns
Of Land Registry Office
And Customs Department.
The monthly reports of the different
government offices in the city reflect
the increasing development and pros
]>erity which Is iu evidence all over
the district. In every department
there have been substantial Increases
and the Indications are that there will
he no cessation to the wave of progressive activity which lias been
noticeable in New Westminster for
the past two years.
Land   Registry   Heturns.
September,  1910    $504!',
September, 1909     3286
Increase  $175"
These returns show that the land
business has not been by any means
at a standstill during the past month.
A large portion of the receipts were
taken on transfers of Port Mann and
adjoining property, but there has been
a good business in other realty in
different parts of the city and the
registry office staff is not confident
that work will be easier in October.
Custom Returns.
Port.        Outport. Total.
1910 ...$23,207.40 |11,388.11 $34,693.51
1909  ... 13,790.03     6V763.81    20,663.37
Inc. ..$ 9,417.37 % 4,622.77 $14,040.14
Most of these duties were taken on
imports from the L'nited States and
show healthy state of trade between the countries on the coast.
When it is taken Into consideration
that about H5 per cent, of the goods
sold here are manufactured in Canada or imported from eastern houses
who have already paid the duty. It can
he seen how great the total trade here
must be. A few years ago Customs
Officer Munn was not kept very busy-
In his department, bul now the duties
are increasing every month.
Timber Office Receipts.
September.  1910    $7,364.05
September, 1.09     2,G'J3.07
Increase  $4,670.98
When it is considered that during
the past year the district undar tbe
control of the local timber office was
cut almost in half by the creation of
an ofiice at Revelstoke, it can he seen
how great has been the lumbering activity during the past  month.
It is probable that there has heen
more timber cut in Hritish Columbia
this montli than there ever was befoie, although the recoids of the cuts
on provincial lands are not available.
CONSTANTINOPLE   IN
GRIP OF CHOLERA NOW
Constantinople. Sept. 'Ml.���Cholera
now has a firm hold in this city, with
an average of a dozen new cases daily
and several deaths. In Ttebizond the
Situation is most serious. The disease
liaB spread rapidly and people are
panic-stricken and are taking refuge
in the hills.
two police officers     i CUSTOMS RETURNS
DISMISSED FROM FORCE      m m mm
Complaints of Private Individuals Fob
bwed by Expulsions-Additional    | Canadian Collections on Duti-
Men  for  Fair Week.
At a meeting of the police commissioners jesterday afternoon two of
the members of the police force were
dismissed;  one for conduct unbecom-
able Goods May Reach To
$70,000,000 This Year.
Ottawa, Sept. 110.���Another increase
Ing an officer and the other for going j of over one million dollars in a month
Off his beat w-ithout permission. Com- ! ls Hhown bv lhe cllst0InB figures for
plaints iu both instances were reglst-lo    , . ��� u
ered by private citizens and after Uie | September, which are out today.
commissioners had heard the evidence ! Tlie lotal collections for the months
they did not see how tbey could do i were W.467,739, an Increase of $1,01)0,-
anything but dismiss the'men. One J 4S1 ovei' September of last year,
of the men is only a recent addition | For tlle f!lBl six months of the
to the force, but the other lias been j &BCal S^ar, collections have totalled
on for a couple of years. j $36,559,644, an  Increase of   .0,775,450
At the same meeting yesterday af-|over the corresponding period ln 1909.
ternoon arrangements weie made to; lf tl,e P'esent rate of Increase ls
provide police for the grounds during maintained, customs collections {pr
fair week.   A large number of specials Itlie >'ear  wl11  approach the    severity
will be put on. It Is not known exactly how many will be required yet,
but enough will be provided so that
the down town districts will not have
to go without police protection because of the men heln,.; at the
grounds.
EXTREME  PENALTY.
million dollar mark.
TYPHOON   IN   PHILIPPINES.
Four Towns in Northern Luzon Wiped
Out.
Manila, Sept. 39.���A typhoon of un-
I usual  severity swept over the valley
  ! of  the  Cayagan river,  in  the    prov-
Man and Wo nan Sentenced to Death : inces 0f Cayagan and Isabella, North-
for  Murder of  Baoy. | ern   Luzon,  on   September   24.    Ftour
Barrle, Sept. 30.���To be nanged on j towns    were    practically  demolished.
December 14 is the terrible sentence j A thousand persons are homeless and
destitute. Dispatches so far received
indicate there were no casualties. The
government is making relief plans.
pronounced by Mr. Justice Hi it ton
this morning on both Mary Dolan aud
Thomas McNulty, convicted of murdering their illegitimate child and
throwing it  in tlie waters, coffined in
lt is a sentence without a precedent      ,���.     .   Edwcfrds Acquitted
in the annals    of Canadian    criminal i ���.W,nn|Pegl Sept' ���*<>������Befoie    Judge
justice,  inasmuch    as    although    the | talker this morning. R. C. Edwards
SEEK PROTECTION EOR
BRITISHERS IN CHINA
Uprising In Hunan Province
Feared���Lives of Foreign
Population Endangered.
London, Sept. 30.���British missionary societies in China are flooding
the foreign office with demands that
steps be taken at once to protect British subjects in the Celestial empire.
The conditions about King Chau and
Shang Sha are reported as critical,
and it is believe! that the Chinese
authorities cannot longer hold tbe
people in subjection. Should an uprising become general, the lives of
foreigners- in Hunan would be sacrificed.
Manila, Sept. 30.���A strong force of
American troops in tlie Philippines Is
being held in teadlness for word from
L'. S. Minister Calhoun at Pekin, to
proceed to Hunan province, China, to
protect American citizens and Interests, endangered by a leported upris-'
ing of the Chinese.
The Asiatic fleet of the United
States has been ordere.l to be In
readiness to sail at once for Hong
Kong and Shanghai.
Army circles are astir here, but the
officers will not admit that Washington has issued any orders. Reports
received from Hong Kong indicate the
gravest danger to foreigners ln Hunan. The situation theie resembles
the uprising ln 1900 which necessitated
the interference of the world's powers. The patriotic societies organizing against the Manchu dynasty are
leported to be in readiness to strike
BOY DRIVING OOF COW
HIT BY SPENT BULLET
Carless   Sportsman   Within   the   City
Limits Wounds Young Lad in
the Shoulder.
William Greenwood, the eight-year
old son of George Greenwood, 1513
^ixtli avenue, was the victim of a
peculiar accident yesterday morning.
He was driving a cow to pasture and j
when he reached the end of Sixteenth
Street he was struck in tlie shoulder I
by a bullet.
He walked home and    was    subsequently  taken  to  the  hospital.    The
bullet was from a 32-calibre rifle and
was spent when It hit the lad, or it
otherwise would probably have killed j
him.    The police visited the scene of j
the accident, but could find no trace i
of the careless    gunner.    It    is    not J
thought that  young Greenwood  is  in |
any danger.
NOt! COHERENCE
ON TARiff QUESTION
Canada's Reply To U.S. Proposal Will Not Be Ready
Until Mid-October.
RAILWAY MAGNATE DEAD.
male  prisoner  never  saw,  much  lcsJedi,or of tl,e Eye-Opener, was acquit-1 for the overthrow of the Tartar con
Nicholas Monsarrat Was Native of
London, Ont.
New York, Sept. 30.���Nicholas Monsarrat, of Columbus, Ohio, president
of the Kansas & Michigan railway,
died suddenly in this city today. Mr.
Monsarrat's death followed an operation performed on him at a sanatorium
on Wednesday. Born in London. Ont..
in 1839, Mr. Monsarrat entered the
railway business in 1872 and since
that time had held many offices of
responsibility, among others president
of the Hocking Valley. Toledo &
Ohio Central and Zanesville &. Western railroads.
Ottawa, Sept. 30.���The Evening
Free Press today says: "The announcement that Canada's reply to the
Unite 1 States' proposal for a resumption of reciprocity negotiations will
not be set until October 15 seems to
preclude any serious conference this
year. The Washington government,
will have its hands full until after
November 8, when congressional elections will be held, and thereafter the
Canadian government will be busy
with its sessional preparations. Thus
prospects for any definite reciprocity
negotiations this year are not as
bright as Washington people would
like.
"There is a very strong opinion
here that the Canadian government
should insist that any conferences
should be held in Ottawa instead of
in. Washington, and that Canada
should await the l'nited States proposals before exposing her own hand.
WANT  QUEENSTOWN
AS PORT OF CALL
SELLS  SON   FOR  $25.
laid hands on the babe,    he is
detuned to die for murdering lt.
con-
ted of the charge laid against him by | querors tind the re-establishment
the Lor.'.'s Lay Alliance last March.      Mongol supremacy.
of
CRUISER  BEDFORD TO
BE SOLD AT AUCTION j
Tokyo, Sept. 30,���Sir Alfred L. Win-
sloe, commander-in-chief of the British Eastern fleet, has ordered the
cruiser Bedford sold at auction ou
October 10. The Bedford was wrecked off Quelprete island, in the Yel
low sc.i, In Augusi last, when eigh-
eighteen of the cruiser's men lost
their lives.
TRAVELS   l-AST.
GROWING MUSHROOMS FOR
PROflT ON LULU ISLAND
TO SETTLE AUSTRIANS ON
LARGE TRACT OF LANO
Detroit Fathv Disposes of Four-year-
old to Employer.
Detroit, Sept. .30.���Twenty-five   dollars  is the  price said  to have been
paid for Joseph  Kanlnski,    Jr.,    four
years old, his father making the sale
to his employer.   The transaction was
revealed when    Kanlnski    was    sent-
lenced  for  thirty   days  in   prison  for
I selling his little boy's  go-cart which
j he had purchased on    contract    and
failed to pay for.
Vancouver  Men  Build    Hothouses
Cultivate   Edible   Fungi���Crops
All   Year   Round.
to
Record Breaking Train  Reaches High      The growing    of    mushrooms as a
Speed of 98 Miles an Hour. 'commercial  proposition  is at present
Windsor, Out., Sept. 30.���The Michi-jbefng attempted on Lulu island, with-
gan   Central   yesterday   added  to   ifs' in the    city    limits,    by    Henderson
record    breaking    runs,    fast    t ...is  Brothers, grocers, of Yancouver, who
covering   the   distance   betweeu   bt.
Thomas and Windsor, on the    uuada
have four specially built hothouses in
which they are    raising    tlie    edible
negotiate'! at ninety-eight miles.
SALMON BELUES SHOULD
DEFEAT FRENCHMEN AGAIN
Champions Anxious to Prove Nationals
Just as Easy for Them Away
from  Queens Park.
In spite of all rumors to the contrary, the chances are that the Westminster lacrosse team will be out in
full strength to meet the Nationals at
Recreation park, Vancouver, and 3:15
p.m. today. The latest from the local
camp Is that the Salmon Bellies will
play exactly the same twelve as last
Saturday, when the Nationals were
barely defeated by the narrow majority of only ten goals.
The boys are keen to humble the
pride of the east on neutral grounds,
Just to demonstrate that the "rock
strewn and stumpy mountainside miscalled an oval" has little to do with
the defeat of sundry challengers for
the Minto Cup lt tha Westminsters
today smother the Frenchmen under
a good sized score, and not a mere
trifle like last week, when the Minto
Cup trembled on its pedestal, the east
will perhaps understand that the
ability to play lacrosse has a little to
do with the holding of the championship of the Dominion in this burgh.
Newsy Lnlonde and Laviolette are
slated to play. Both these boys are
touted as wonders and the supporters
of the Habitants are expecting a great
deal from tbem today.
Hope is a wonderful thing.
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Lieutenant-Governor Coming.
W. H. Keary, manager of the
provincial exhibition, yeBterday
received word from Premier
McBride to the effect that
Lieut.-Governor Paterson would
be present at the opening of
the fair on Tuesday. The exhibition will be officially opened by Premie.- McBride.
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Southern division, 113 miles, i . ninety-1 fungi so dear to tne heart of epi-
two minutes. The average for the j cures. The scheme has only been
run figures at just eighty miles per j tried a few weeks, but the lesults so
hour,   but   part  of   the  distance   was   far tend to prove that the venture will
be successful.
It is the intention of the mushroom
growers to so plant the spawn that
they will have continuous crops the
whole year round. A steady market
for mushrooms is to be had In the
west end of Yancouver, and as the
profit on this plant is considerable,
there seems to be no reason why the
local demand should not be supplied
with home grown stuff.
An elaborate system of heating the
four houses is already partly installed.
The houses are all dark, light being
detrimental to the growth of this
peculiar plant.
Austrian Capitalists Have Huge Colo-
nizaticn Scheme for Farmers��� Intervenes to Prevent Lockout.
... ,    ,.,      , -     . London,   ?.;t.   '���'".-  "Ve   t-<v>r(*     of
Will  Purchase Farms. ,    ,     '        '      .   ,
trade intervened today in an attempt
to avert a lockout in the cotton industry threatened for October 3. An
Edmonton, Sept. 30.���A huge colo- official of the hoard went to Man-
nizatton scheme which has for its ob- Chester to interview members of the
ject the settlement of 10.000 sturdy federation of Master Cotton Spinners
Austrian farmers of the better classes anti representatives of tlie employees,
on 00,000  acres in  Alberta,  is  being jand hopes to be able to   arrange   a
London. Sept. 30.���An "All-Ireland"
deputation, having for its object the
Inclusion of Queenstown as a port of
call fbr the Lusltanla and Mauretania
on the eastward voyages from New
York, left on the Oceanic for New-
York to have an interview witli Postmaster-General Hitchcock on the
question of the abandonment of
Queenstown for Fishguard by these
fast steamships on the eastbound passage, and a determined effort will be
made to induce tlie United States
postal authorities to urge that the
Irish port be included as a port or
call for the landing of mails and passengers.
,    The delegation includes    the    lord
1 mayor of Dublin and Cork, presidents
of the Chambers of Dublin  and Belfast and the town clerk of    Queenstown.
BODIES AND SILVER OF
MAINE WRECK FOUND
CHOLERA NOW IN ROME.
Siberian Province of Amur Shows
Growing Death List.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 30.���The cholera epidemic has taken a strong hold
in Amur province, Siberia, twenty-six
cases with twelve deaths being reported in the week ending September 23,
Of these twelve cases and seven
deaths were at the capital, Blagovist-
cheensk. On the whole, however, the
situation in Russia is iu,proving. The
total made up at the sanitary bureau
shows 198,246 cases and 92,328 deaths
since the outbreak of the epidemic.
proposed by two wealthy Austrian
capitalists who are visitors to the city
today.
The two Austrian capitalists who
are promoting the scheme, and who
aie looking about the Edmonton district  today  are  Gustave   Eisenchinal
satisfactory agreement.
Blew  Down  Bank.
Edmonton. Sept. 30.���A terrific wind
storm, lasting only four minutes blew
,,  . , ,    , ,,���   down a portion of the solid brick wall
and Stefen Meuler. and theyateun- rf ^   V^ Domln)on    bank   b���1Jdlng
derstood to be worth thousands, if
not millions. They reached the city
yesterday in company with W. P. Hin-
ton, general passenger agent of the
Grand Trunk Pacific, who brought
them over his line from Winnipeg in
his private  car.
last evening. Claydon Bros., of Win
nlpeg, are the contractors on the
work.
Havana, Sept. 30.���Forty-five divers
under Chief Herdone McDurham have
begun work on the Maine. Several
bodies have been found in the cabin,
but remain untouched, following Captain Ferguson's orders.
The hull lies in the mud six feet
deep at the bow and six and a half
feet at tbe stern. The government
commissioners maintain a strict secrecy about all matters relating to the
Maine.
It Is reported that a quantity of sliver l��as been removed.; This is not
confirmed by members of the board of
army engineers.
Bourassa's Latest.
Montreal. Sept. 30.���Mr. Henry
Bourassa, tbe ultra French leader, Is
advocating that French Canadians
confine their investments and savings
to French  banks.
A pioneer of this city for forty-five
The Austrians are yearSj Miss Hannah H. Clarkson, died
also being accompanied by Prof. G. eariy yesterday morning from heart
W. Morden, of the Manitoba Agricul- failure at the age of sixty-five years,
tural College, who Is travelling in Deceased was a sister of Mrs. J. S.
through the west with the foreigners, ciute and had been living with her
both as interpreter in their conversa- on g[xth avenue for the past few
tions with the people of this country, weeks, previously residing with her
and as interpreter to them of agricul- brother-in-law, C. G. Major. In addi-
tural conditions in the west. Besides tion to Mrs. Clute, the late Miss Clark-
being an expert in agriculture, Prof. jor interment will be in the I. O.
FOR  FURIOUS DRIVING j Morden also speaks German very llu- loss   Mrs. J. C. Brown and Mrs. J. A.
ently, and is acting in the   dual ca- sievewright,  both of this city.    The
During the'busiest part of the day ! pacity duriug his trip with the   Aus- funeral will take place this afternoon
VANCOUVER  MAN  ARRESTED
LITERARY SOCIETY
ELECTS ITS OFFICERS
yesterday afternoon, James Barrat, a
Vancouver man. caused considerable
excitement on Columbia street by
driving a splendid team of horses at
a furious rate the length of Columbia
street
trains. j at two o'clock from Mr. Clute's resi-
What the Austrains capitalists pro-1 ,]e,lce, service being also conducted in
pose is to bring to Alberta 10,000 of  gt. Stephen's church by Rev. Dr. Tay-
PABLO COMING WITH
LAST OF THE BUFFALO
Picturesque Mexican Has Spent Large
Sum to Round Up Last Hundred
Bisons���Built a Fence.
the best Austrian farmers. As they
fully realize the Canadian west has received a very large number of what
low
O. F.
sea.     in     August
cemetery.
last,    when
Everyone on the street thought the the Austrians look upon as their low-
horses were running away and for a
few minutes the stieet was crowded
witli people who expected to see the
young man meet with a horrible death
est classes of the Kutiienians. They
have a line of several thousands Of
very prosperous farmers in their own
lanil, whom they are desirous of set-
Columbian    College    Students    Select
Lit.   Leaders���Lux  Columbiana
Staff Also Picked Out. .
The Columbian College Literary
society held Its lirst meeting ol tne
year yesterday afternoon. After preliminary business, the report of Lux
Columbiana
was  read.
the cost of the paper was $605 for the
year. After uli accounts had been
paid there was a balance of $12.55.
The officers elected were us follows: President, Mr. Strachan; flrst
vice-president, Miss E. Shaw; second
vice-president, George Brown; secretary, D. A. McRae; treasurer, Miss T.
Reid; pianist. Miss G. Spencer.
The staff on Lux Columbiana wns
also elected, except the editor-in-chief,
E. D. Braden; and the business manager, F. A. Armstrong, who were
elected at the close of last college
year. They are as follows: Literary,
Miss Hazel Kenny; social and personal, Miss M. Cory; religious, G. B. Rid
by colliding with some of the poles, jtllns on the broad acres of western
However, he got up the street all Canada, and tlieir sciieme Is to pui-
right and after awhile he came down I chase outright a block of some 00,000
again, but. this time tbe  pollce were (acres of land and to settle these far
MAKE APPROPRIATIONS
FOR MISSIONARY WORK
looking for him and the young man
was taken to tbe cells on a charge of
being drunk and of furious driving.
He could give no clear account of his
actions. The horses weie taken care
of and Barrat will appear in tlie police
court this morning.
mers upon that land, upon whatever
terms might .afterwards be agreed
upon.
Spots on the Sun.
Santa Clara,   Cal.,   Sept.   30.���Tin
presence of a number of spots on the
,    .      ,, ., face of the sun Is causing much specu-
for the last college year  ,   , the pi.oW,B0��� of Santa
,Th^.l'e^L8i1��*el..t!'.i,.t! Clara college observatory today.    The
peculiar action of the spotB classes
them as extraordinary. Photographs
taken early the morning showed
the spots scattered. At 3:30 o'clock
the spots had collected Into a solid
mass and again at 4:30 o'clock were
scattered. Professor J. S. Rickard
said that it was seldom that such a
rapid fragmentation occurred.
Wolves In Nova Scotia.
Guysboro, N. S., Sept. 30��� News received from Grant's lake and Argyle
settlements, twenty mlle6   from here,
states that a large pack of wolves has
iand; athletics. G. Brown: locals, Miss made its appearance.   One farmer has
N. gpencer and p. JL McDcta^W . ."������'���**IWti?*^!**.'^*^*"^*^*
Women's Society   of   Canada   Allots
Moneys to Various Fields of Labor
���Officers Elected for 1911.
Ottawa, Sept. 30.���At today's session of the conference of the general
board of Women's Missionary Society
The Austrian capitalists have not
yet located the right spot in the west
where they feel satisfied they can get
the best land for their money. They
have the cash with them and are prepare I to make a purchase right away,
are greatly taken with the land they
have seen along the line of the Grand
Trunk Pacific, which they believe will
be Ideal for their purpose. Tomorrow
they are to be taken for an extensive
automobile tour of the farming coun-1
yy about the city, by S.  H.   Smith, Toronto,
of Toronto; foreign corresponding sec
retary, Mrs. George Kerr, Toronto;
secretary of statistics and special objects, Mrs. N, A. Powell, Toronto;
recording secretary, Mrs. A. M. Phillips, Toronto; treasurer, Miss Wilkes,
and it is probable that they will make
a purchase before leaving Alberta.
Flre Destroys Town.
Santa Fe, N. M��� Sept. 30.���Flre has
almost destroyed the town of Stands, the county seat of Torrence
county, eighty miles south of Santa
Fe. Within two months most of the
business section of Estancla and the
court house and a number of residences have burned. ���
Appropriations for next year will be
as follows: Work ln Japan, $37,59.5;
work In China, .33.000; Chinese and
Japanese work ln British Columbia,
$10,119; French work ln Quebec, $9,.
070; Indian work, $15,790: Austrian
work in the Northwest, $9875; All
People's Mission, Winnipeg, $1200;
Italian Mission, Toronto, $1400; sundry branches, $11,150. The total ap-
propiiation is $125,679.
The conference was conclude! today.   ���'
Edmonton. Sept. 30.���Michael Pablo, the millionaire Mexican rancher of
Montana, from whom the Canadian
government purchased the herd of 80O
buffalo that are now installed in the
buffalo park at Wainwright and at
the park at Lamont, will reach Edmonton at the end of this week, bringing with him the balance of 100 head.
of the herd, which he is taking-
through  to Wainwright.
This wlll be the first visit Pabloi.
who Is a picturesque character, has-
made to the city since the flrst shipment of buffalo were made three years
ago from Montana. Pablo ls bringing
the last remnants of the huge herd
that once roamed the broad acres or
his ranch ln Montana. It has cost
him more to corral this last remaining
string of 100 head than lt did to gather together the 400 head that he flrst
shipped three years ago. The 10O
head he is now bringing north have
been scattered for over a year, over a
territory miles in extent, and it was
necessary to build over several miles
of fence before Pablo had this small
herd safely behind the bars.
Tbe herd will come to Edmonton
via C. P. R. and will be shipied ta
Wainwright over the G. T. P.
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��� . Find Black Hand Home. ���
��� Cincinnati,   Sept. 30.���Detac- ���
��� tivee who t re investigating the ���
��� murder of   oseph Lulvera,   an ���
��� Italian klUe. two days ago. say ���
��� they have locate:! the   Amerl- ���
��� can headquarters of the Cam- *%
��� orra,    the   secret    Neapolitan ���
��� band of Blackhandert, through ���
��� the confession   of an untamed ���
��� Italian here.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER  1, 191Q
 .       SATU
WANTED���A YOUNG WOMAN AT
</nc��; good wages to the right person.   Apply Royal City dye worjts.
WANTED���WORK BY A JAPANESE
school boy, mornings and evenings,
tonaework or otnerwise. Aduiess
.Japanese Mission, P. o. Box 283,
city.
REAL   ESTATE
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Branch Office      - Kamloops, B.C
FIVE ACRES in the Kennedy sub-'
division, close to car line. Price!
$:!l() per acre. One-third cash, bai-i
anee six and twelve months.
BLACK    KING'S   CROWN.
WANTED���SiTl ATION BY STEADY
Young man iu office or stoie. Reply
to R. P., News office.
(WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
fiirl fur general housework. Good
wages to the right girl. Apply 320
Second street.
'WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. 1M-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Fu.l
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
I-aad, 02 Hastings stieet east.
(WIDOW)
Apply 1026
ENGLISH WOMAN
seeks   work    hy    day.
Cornwall street.
WANTED���LOAN OF $2500 ON IM-
proved city property before October
1.   Write Box O. K., News office.
���WANTED IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes ironers and
two shirt polishers; two dollars per
day and fare. Electric Lace & Silk
laundry, Yancouver.
WANTED���TEN  GIRLS  AT    ONCE;
apply Royal City steam laundry.
WANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few hours daily, by English lady.
Apply Mrs. Wixey, 320 Columbia
street.
W A N T E D--HOUS E K E E PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
FOU SALE ��� NEW LAUNCH, 35
feet, IS h.]). Fairbanks Morse galo-
line engine. Will sell or trade for
sJiinglc bolts or cedar logs. Apply
The People's Trusl Co., Ltd., 451
Columbia street, New Westminster.
B. C.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
8, prairie land. Price $125 per acre;
one-third cash, balance one and
two years. (204-A.)
THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
5 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price $270 per acre:
Terms     over     eighteen     months.
(175-A.)
FIFTY acres in section 32, block 5
north, range 2 west, N. VV. D.; ab
solutely the best subdividing proposition in Port Mann district today. Why ? The terms are one-
fifth cash, and the balance over
TEN YEARS, with Interest at 6 pet
cent. (221-A.)
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $1100 per acre;
$2500 cash, balance six. twelve and
eighteen months at 7 per cent, in
terest. (222-A.)
SURREY
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 10, township 2. $200 per
acre; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent, in
terest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8, on Newton road. $150 per acre.
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
This African Monarch Designed His
Own Ceremonial  Head-Gear.
London, Sept. 30.���The reigning
chief of Quittah, in Africa, is apparently going to run his little kingdom on
up-to-date lines. The first essential to
tlie proper observance of court ceremonial���the potentate's crown���has
just been despatched by the mail to
West Africa. In its claps it is quite an
imposing little thing, and it has the
additional merit of having been designed by the chief himself. The actual work has, of course, been done
in London.
The crown is formed of a cap of
hlack silk velvet, fourteen inches
high, trimmed with gold braid and
bullion gold lace. Four bands of gold
braid represent the usual metal
arches and In the center a plume and
tassel of heavy bullion lace Is fixed.
The front Is adorned with an eight-
pointed star within a circle.
ers of the habits of animals and such
deep believers in the truth of the instinct, or whatever it may he. that
guides them in their continual fight
against nature, that it will be interesting to await the winter and see if
these prognostications become true.
Said :i prospector who lias recently
returned from the Lardeau country
yesterday. "The wild animals certainly seem to be preparing lor a cold
winter and much snow."
CALLS   BERNHARDT
A    SUPERWOMAN
INDIANS   PREDICT
A   COLD   WINTER
London, Sept. 30.���Charles Daw-
barn has contributed a "Living Picture" of Madame Sarah Bernhardt to
the "Pall Mall Magazine." Tlie writer describes a luncheon he had with
"chez Sarah."
"You know, I am old," sai 1 Madame
very suddenly. The alert ami expressive lace, crowned with the aureole of
Titian red hair, denied the truth of
birthday books and other damaging
publications. But, like bishops and
judges, actresses have no age���especially IlustriOUS actresses. "I have
not lost my souplesse," she continued
In a note of triumph. "I am consant-
ly renewing myself by doing new
things. That Is the secret of youth;
the secret of adventure. The artist
must strike out into new paths, refusing to allow himself to lie bound.
Ile must not always play the same
role."
Asking the question, Can La Divine
Sarah be considered an actress such
as there never was? the writer of
the article answers it by saying that
Bernhardt is more than an actress
and a great personality. She is the
Superwoman.
�����   .
LANGLEY
FIVE aire tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley dis
Diets, cleared and in a high st'ttc
of cultivation; tram line running
through the property; good roads
on all sides. Priee $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
.FOR SALE ��� GASOLINE BOAT.
$1400. Terms to arrange. Thirty-
five feet over all, nine foot
beam, 30 inches drought, with cabin,
easy to carry six tons freight; seafaring, strong, well built boat;
just one year old. Fifteen horsi>
tower Ferro double cylinder engine
with extia attachment of storage
battery, dynamo, electric light, etc..
All complete and in good condition.
Apply to C. Shinobu.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of ths
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Cal!
and get particulars.
"mfpEOPi^^
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office        -        451  Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      -     -      Kamloops, B.C
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, .700 per acre for
ibis month $1600 cash. Murakami,
PJ O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOR    SALE���CASH    REGISTER,    18
inches wide, double key board, first
.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.,
Daily News.
TOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
Btteet. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
(Successors to Ha'e Bros. &. Kennedy.
Limited.)
Over  Merchants Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 33E
FOR city, residential and business
property, farm and fruit lands,
water frontage, and B. C. Electric
and Canadian Northern railway terminal acreage, apply to
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
Over Merchants Bank, Cor. Columbia
and   Begbie  Sts.
New Westminster. B. C.      Phone 335
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���MODERN HOUSE, PART-
ly furnished, centrally situated. Address Ladles' Halrdressing Parlors,
City.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
tO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
PORT MANN
LARGE LOTS (66x132) on Johnson
road; $200 each; $10.00 cash, $10.06
per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
PROVINCIAL  EXHIBITION   NOTICE.
FUrn'ished bed rooms to rent,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
.KOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
TO     RENT  ���   FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. 701! Third avenue. Apply-
after ti p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
E p. ni. nt Room 11. 023 Columbia
street.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room   suitable  for  two.    Handy  to;
������business section.    Apply 129 Tenth :
street.
Merchants and those ln the express
business,  who  expect  to  deliver   articles at the grounds, during the prog-
I res& of  the  exhibition,   are   respect-
i fully requested to apply at the man-
jager's   ofllce,   on  or   before   Monday,
I October 3, next, when they can   pur-
] chase a special delivery wagon ticket
i for $1, provided, the merchant or owner of the express husiness, has a membership ticket of the   R. A.  & I. society.
By order,
W.  H.  KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
Exhibition   grounds,   Queen's   park,
September 20, 1910.
HOUSEHOLD   VOTERS.
.1. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
. M*e held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting   brethren   cordially   invited
.to attend-   W. H. West, N.O.;,W. C.
> Coat ham, P.G., recording secretary;
J.   W.   MacDonald,   financial   secre-
���ik\-~\
A JAPANESE REAL ESTATE AND
RELIABLE LABOR AGENCY
Applications to    be placed    on    the
supplementary voters' list for the City
of New Westminster will be received
I by the undersigned up to November
1st, 1010.
i Applicants must he British subjects
I of the full age of twenty-one years,
and have been residents of the 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.
City Hall, Sept. 30, 1910.
J.  WADA,
Tel. 573.
1 . Blackie St.
No coarseness ia WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.   Fine and pm
as newly-fallen -mow - so rich in
*is_dam savour, once wed. always
CIVIC  HOLIDAYS.
In accordance with a resolution of
the City Council passed on the 20th
inst., I hereby declare Tuesday and
Thursday, October 4th and 6th, from
1 to fi p.m., public half holidays, and
resrectfully invite the cltlr.ens generally to so observe the same.
JOHN A. LEE, Mayor.
Mayor's Office, Sept. 30, 1910.
Nelson, B. C, Sept. 30.���The Indians along the Kootenay river flats
near Kootenay Landing, and in the
Creston and Boundary districts are
predicting that the coming winter will
be a very cold one. The old-timers
who come down from the hills tell the
same story.
They all point to the facts that the
fur-bearing animals this fall are growing heavier and longer coats than customary; that the muskrats are building tlieir houses larger and higher
tn.in is usual in mild winters; the
bears are starting to select, dens in
the most protected places they can
(Ind; and that the pretty little chip-
miiks and gophers are also giving
signs that they are preparing for a
:old winter.
Both the man who has spent many
vears of his Iif" In the hills and the
Indian are usually such close observ-
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer wlll leave Brackman-
Ker  wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner,  Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
I
SCHOOLBOOKS
School Supplies
AND ;EVERYTHIN(i
YOU NEED
  A T 	
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street���665
New Westminster, B. C.
Brand
Newfoui
land, Ne
U.S.A.,
banking
ters of ���
correspc
world.
Savlm
receive i:
aud int*
annum
Total
NEW
Tr
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This schedule subject to c! ange without notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
ONE MINUTE!
Mr. Non-Advertiser
vm.sst.ii.'.'.   i. ���
IN the matter of advertising we are
after your business. The Daily
News, Westminster's Morning Paper,
is the medium through which the merchants and business men set forth to
the public what they have to offer
them during the day.
The Daily News is delivered to all
parts of the city before breakfast time
and is read by all citizens before they
commence their daily occupations. The
busy housewife snatches a few minutes
to glance over the various bargains
offered for the day and arranges her
household purchases accordingly.
If you are a "Doubting Thomas "
our advertising man will set you right.
The way to get business is to advertise.
Advertising is the life of trade and if
you, Mr. Non-Advertiser, whatever the
nature of your business, desire to sell
some particular line, a snap in realty,
or a new variety of goods, as the case
may be, what better can you do than
advertise in the morning paper.
THE DAILY NEWS
WESTMINSTER'S MORNING PAPER
Bagg
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water* W1,
Manufactured by �����    ..__!
J. HENLEY  Gai
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone   R   113.  Office:  Princess St. Room
THE
Bankofloronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such peopk i
the   facilities   of   their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is  paid  on   Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
n,'siness   Accounts   opened
o= favorable  terms.    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
"ASSETSi;$48,000.000
Phone
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and
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Gold
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811 v
16.00.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.    I    |
BRANCH \.-
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
8.8. LAUREfc,-r<e���
Triple  screw,  14,8*) tor����.
8.8. MEG AN i,���_
Twin screw, 1 .��W tons. Th��
largest and most modern. Accommodation equal to any eron-
lng the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.    GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
  r ���     11
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39 Alexander St.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Markets
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB  POINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
oear The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
Try a "WANT" ad Id The Ne*��
It will bring reaulU.
*����F#r��� '-ftWi-W^;
*r r. ni mi EMi*? /'���"rf^rtrT^ 910.
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8ATUBDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THIIF.E.
[{Bank of Montreal
ij ESTABLISHED 1817.
es
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CAPITAL
RESERVE
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
S
Brandies throughout Canada aud
Newfoundland, anu in Loudon, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit isBUjii. available with
correspondents in    all    parts of   'the
world,
Savings Hank Department���Deposits
received in sums nf $1 and upward,
aud Interest a!lowe'. at 'i per cent, per
annum   t \,t ese'it  r.uel.
Total   Assets   over   $lMi,0H0,0iH).00
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
���665 Westminster
Transfer Co.
trace 'Pbone 1B&.     Darn 'Pfcone 11?
"?==5 Columbia 8trtet.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   "o
any part of the citj.
ter. Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPfVr
V    Gardiner & Gardiner
IF. G. Gardiner)
c ARCHITECTS
..   c..  Room  fl.  Westminster Trust Building
"    l New Westminster, B. C.
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
At the annual meeting of the agricultural societies of British Columbia.
beld in Victoria in January last, dates
tor the fairs throughout the Province
were arranged as follows:
First   Circuit.
Victoria       Sept. "JT to Oct. 1
X.   ;:nd   S.   Saanlch Oct. 7 and 8
Second   Circuit.
Agassiz         Sept. 2, an:l .S
Third    Circuit.
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CHURCH
I SERVICES !
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(Changes for this column must he
. left at, or telephoned to, this office by
9 p.m, on Fridays. The omission ol
any church notice from this column
j indicates thai no copy has been turned '���
Iin by the pits'.or or oilier responsible i
ivarty.)
Kamloops
Suniiuerlnnd
.Sept. 28 to 30
.Oct. 17 and IS
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey      ......... Sept. 27
Lan. ley Sept.  28
Eburne     Sept. 2'.\ and 3o
Sundny, October 2.
HOLY     TIIIMTY  ���  Rev.     G.     C.i
d'Easum, rector.    Celebration of Holy'
Communion    at    8    a.    rn.;     Matins.'
holy communion and   sermon    at    11
a.in.;  Sunday  school    at.    2:30    p.m.;
evensong ancl sermon at 7 p.m. 1
school rally will be held, at which
Rev. Dr. Osterhout win deliver an address.    Special music at all services.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Kev. p. S. (well, li. a., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m. and 7::',(> p.m. Class meeting at ID a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday,
at 8 p. in. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m. Morning subject, "The
Unprofitable Made Profitable"; evening, "The  Program of Christianity."
Til 10 NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
���Benjamin Sand, pastor. Service at
Trinity church at 11 a.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street ana
Third avenue. Uurnaby. Uev. Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor. Public wor-
shin, n a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school, 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting.
Tuesday, 7::io p. m.; choir practice,
Thursday, 7:30 p. in.
WEST     END     PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth stieet. Kev. James Held,
B.A., pastor. Public worship at 11
a. in. and 7:o0 p. m.   Sunday school
at 2:.'{() p. m.
FREE     METHODIST     CHAPE1	
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Uev. C. S. .McKinley,
pastor. Sunday school, lo a.m.; service 11 a.m.; (lass meeting. 12 a.m.;
prayer service, 7 p.m.: sermon. 7:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer ineeting,
Thursday s p.m.
COLLLNGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday Bchool at lu a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonal.l school
house; Service at . p.m. and Sunday
school at :; p.m. Rev. \V. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
CHURCH OF CHRI8T���305 Durham. MadlSdn Wright, preacher, Sunday   services,   11   a.m.   and     7   p.m.
Week day service, every day at S puna
SAPPERTON' HAPT1ST CHLKCH.
Hospital stieet���Andrew Grieve, paa
tor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday-
school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.::
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meeting Thursday 8 p.m.
GOSPEL HALL���Corner of Sixtb
avenue and Ninth street. Evangeii. t
.1   J. Rouse will preach at 7  pin.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION'���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
Try  a "Want" ad  in
will bring results.
The Xews   V.
.4
For carnations, sweet peas aad
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 208. **
  ST. PALL'S   REFORMED  EPISCOPAL���'Rev. A. dell. Owen, rector. Ser-
Take the round tiip on ihe Fraser vice at 11   a.m.  and  7::',')  p.m.;   Sun-
river on Saturday.    Steamer Transfer iday scliool at 2;30 p.m.;    Holy   Coin-
leaves  Diackniiin-Ker's    wharf    at    2fitnuniori   first.  Sunday   in   the   mouth;
p.m.    Return fare 50 cents.             **     | prayer meeting Wednesday    at    7 :30
p.m. at th>' rectory,   Morning subject,
*  "The    Responsibility    of    Privilege";
'owning, "if a Man Die, Shall He Live
| Again?"
i QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Ray. C. \\\ BroWn H.D.. pastor Ser-
I vice at !1 a.ta. and 7:30 p.m.: Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m. Morning Bubjeot,
"The Origin and Outlook of the Soul";
evening, "A   Double  Minded  Man."
��� Phone 661
Residence Phone 133
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.'vate Hospital.
223 Townsend v't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
Il5 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755. ���
For Sale
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'nes Tor LadU-s from $1275 I
���P.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face |
96.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Walthtim and Elgin
IWTatch^s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
(Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
Z\_   to  25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth  St.,   New  Westminster,
Six roomed house, all modern,
on   Sixtli   avenue.     Price  $2625.
Nice eight roomed cottage on
Nanaimo street.   Pi ice $1680.
Two storey seven roomed
house on Mowat stieet. on full
sized lot.. Lovely view of river.
Price ?270(i for quick sale.
Eight roomed ihouse on Allan
street, Sapperton, on full sized
lot.    Price $1650.
Beautiful five roomed bungalow, modern and well finished,
on Sherbrooke street. Price
$11200.
Tlie foregoing are but a few
of the many snap values we
have for sale. Act quickly. Call
and flee us.
Rational Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
In
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast   Fire
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
ST.   ANDREW'S   PRESBYTERIAN
i���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor.   Services 11 n.ui   and 7:30 p.m.    Sabbath
.school   and    Bible    class  2:30   p.m.
Morning   subject.   "Life's   Outlook";
e\ cuing, "The  Gospel    According    to
i Barnabas."
KNOX    PRESBYTERIAN���Rev.  E
IG. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship; Morning service, 11 a.m.:
evening, 7::10 p.m.; Bible class and
Sabbath school, 2:30 p.m.; Y. P. S. Cr
E., Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting,
Wednesday, 8 p.m. Communion ser-
service in the morning. Evening subject, Jesus Christ as Master."
Every Garment Distinguished by
Stanfield's Label is
GUARANTEED
YOUR FALL
UNDERWEAR
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bafc
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:20
p.m. Sunday scliool at 2:20 p.m.1
��� Midweek prayer meeting on We lnes-1
Iday at fc o'clock. Rev. Mr. Archibald,!
1 of Nova Scotia, will preach in the1
j morning. In the evening the pastor!
will preach on "The Man Christ,
IJe-r.s."
ST.   STEPHEX'S   PRESDYTEIUAX .
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.'
D.,  pastor.     Services  at  11 a.m.  and
.7:20 p.m..   Morning subject, "The   Redeemed of the Lord":  evening, "The
; Bush that Burned."
SAPPERTON' METHODIST��� Rev.
; E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
; 11 a.m. and 7:20 p.m. Sun.lay school at
',2:30 p.m. Epwoith League an Monday]
| at 8 p.m. Special rally day services
; will he held morning.- afternoon and
'evening. Rev. S. S. Osterhout, Ph.D..
'will preach in the morning and Rev.
1 W. A. Gifford, B.A.. B.D.. in the even-'
ing.   ln the afternoon a grand Sunday
No matter how fussy i* man is about his underwear, he is sure to find his
particular kind here. We 2arry every desirable weight and texture in
the best makes.
JAEGER'S,    STANFIELD'S,    WOLSEY
ALL WOOL
ALL WOOL
ALL WOOL
The closest approach to underwear perfections is attained in these fin-;
makes of Underwear for Men. Light weights. Medium weights, heavy weights.
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00,  to $3.50 the garment
Once you have experienced the unalloyed comfort that comes from the
perfect fit and finish of these garments you will never consider any other kind.
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room 6, Guichon Building.
Phone 681
REID   &k   COMPANY
601 Columbia St. Store of Satisfaction
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FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver Landings
The New Sternwheeler
J}}. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Estimates Given. Phone 567
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:     j
'   Leaves New Westminster Tuesday, j
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri- I
flay and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd,
N.W  Westminster.
I  1
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds  of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon and sixth St. Now
Westminster B. C, Phone 354.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New!
Westminster
Departures.
r.: 45���To Seattle, Port Moody, Bar-
nett and Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver. !
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancou-1
ver and local points.
15:05���To St. Paul. Kootenay points,
and Sumas.
16:45���To    Vancouver     and    local
points, Agassiz and local points.
19:35���To Montreal and   Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
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GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS     ^- "
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18>/2   Knots
/..eave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Mondays and Fridays nt 11:30
p.m. for Prince Rupert. i
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Wednesday and Saturdays at
2:00 p.m. for Victoria and Seattle.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert 5:00 p.m. Sundays and
Wednesdays for Stewart; 10:00p.m. Mondays for Masset, and 10:00
p.m. Thursdays for Skldegate, Queen Charlotte City, Lockport, Jedway
and Ikeda.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and sleeping care between
Chicago, Detroit, London, Hamilton, Niagara Falle, New York, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, etc. Longest douDie track railway
under one management on the American continent.
For rates, time tables, booklets and full Information, passenger or
freight, apply to
H. G. 8MITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial A. eut.
Telephone 71^0.     687 Granville Steer, Vancouver.      Telephone 30#0.
GENERAL AGENCY, TRAfcitf.TUA_.TIC8TEAM*Hil> LINM. .
Arrivals.
7:43���From    Montreal,    Vancouver,
Port  Moody.
H: 10���From    St.    Paul,    Okanagan,
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassiz,     Vancouver!
and local points.
1(1:15���From Vancouver.
18:45���From     Vancouver,      Seattle
and local points.
20:40���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal    and   Nicola j
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER, A. G.  P. A��� Van j
couver.
EXHIBITION
Queens   Park,    New  Westminster,  B. C.
Under the Auspices of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
OCT. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8,1910.
$50,000
IN   PRIZES   AND
ATTRACTIONS
$50,000
CANADIAN PACIFIC
BlCoastSS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS  FROM  VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
10:00 a.m    Dally
1:00 p.m  Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a.m  Daily
11:00 p.m Dally except Snturday
11:30 p. m   Saturday j
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m       Dally
TO  UNION  AND COMOX.
2:00 p. m   Mondays
8'CO a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO ALASKA.
11:00 p.m  Every Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat.
TO STEWART (Portland Canal).
11:00 p. m    Every Thursday
S. 8. Beaver leaves New Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays; leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday,   Thursday   and   Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
A_��nt.;: New WWtqtfp^ter.
C. B. FOSTER, ,
-    A. XL -P. A, Vancouver.
Official Opening, by Hon. Richard McBride,  Premier
of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches.
Wednesday���Scottish Sports and Scottish Concert.
Thursday���Vancouver Day-American Day.
Friday���Children's Day.
Saturday���Exhibition will continue until 10:30 p. m.
Wagner's Band, of Seattle, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This was the
official band at the Alaska*Yukon Exposition in 1909, and has a world-wide reputation.
Summerland Band. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Vancouver Musicians' Band, Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday
evening.
Vancouver Pipers' Band, Wednesday.
Al. G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMSHIP LINES
T. J. Trapp, W. H. Keary,
President.
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Manager and Secretary..
**& PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1910.
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Corner   of    McKenzie   and     Victoria
Streets.
*t. A.  Paige Managing  Director
SATURDAY. OCTOBER  1, 1910.
A   WELCOME   DUE.
at
LEES LIMITED  |
We Furnish Your
Ho me   Co mp le te
LEES LIMITED
Apply S. S.
Monday will be a day of great i
port to the city of New Westmlnste
for it will witness the interesting
ceremony of driving the last spike in
thtt new line of the B. C. Electric railway to Chilliwack and the running of
the flrst train connecting the Royal
City with the garden city of the
Fraser valley and the towns and
settlements between.
The occasion will mark the opening
of a new era of commercial development for N'ew Westminster, which by
means of this line will attain not only
Increased importance ns the trading
ant! general business centre of the
vast and fertile area of the southern
valley of the Fraser, but will also be
endowed with greater circumstance as
the centre of commercial exchange
and as a point of distribution between
the valley districts and other parts
of the province and the Dominion.
The openin? of the Chilliwack line
on Tuesday is an occasion of such importance to this city that it should be
specially   marked  by  some  ceremony
connected   with  the  departure  or  ar-1
rival of the flrst train.    We have not j
h;eard that the mavor and council pro-!
pose to adopt any form cf welcome to j
the officials of the company,    or    to :
salute the first train leaving this city j
for Chilliwack in any way, though we
believe    the    various    municipalities
along the  route are doing something
of this kind.    But we hope the administrative body of our city will not allow the occasion to go by wholly unnoticed.    It  is  not  too  late to  m
amends for what would seem to be an
oversight, though it would have been
better if a little time had    been    devoted  to  making proper preparations
for celebrating the event.
Whether tlie mayor and council do
or do not take official action in the
suggested direction, it will be no more
than an act of courtesy, and a well
deserved mark of the city's recogni- .,���..- ���nrnrlr "
tion of the relation of the new line to
SUCCESSORS   TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
(    PHONE 7JS.& '71��.rtfl ^LUM^IA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.^ .
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Nearly 15 acres are in cultivation, good house
and necessary builti&gs and stock, well fenced and
cleared.   $10,000, easy terms.
P. O. Box 29
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
�� Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
ike soap, to which is added other purifying materials
injust the right pro- \ I /
portions to cleanse \^l//y//'
easily, vigorously, J^" ~*
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
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During  Exhibition Week This Store Will Be Open Every Day from 8 a.m. tto 6 p.m.    Saturday, 8 a.m. to
10 p.n.
Time to Consider
Fall Underwear
Our shelves are filled with an extensive collection of the
standard makes of knitted underwear for fall. Now ls the
time to supply your neec's ln this line. All sizes Including extra cut-sizes are carried here.
Heavy Cotton Vests, with full length drawers to match,
fleece lined, in women's and out-sizes. Always a popular seller
with us.   Price, the garment 50c
Wool and Cotton Mixture Vests and Drawers, strong wearing and excellent washing garments. All sizes, the garment 75c
All wool Underwear, 'n a varied assortment of different
weights, well cut and finished, open and closed styles. At. per
garment ��� $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Children's Wool and Cotton mixed Vests and Drawers, another of our quick selling values, all sizes, per garment
ani
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25c
Frencl
Its future development if the citizens m ,    .  ,
attend and sa.ute the train as it leaves ( M*d? hY   ���E    J��  ,K.    FAIRBANK _ COMPANY
this city on its flrst journey at   ten
o'clock on Tuesday morning. 	
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Our  Corset
Business
is Increasing
Tot
DIRECTOtRE %
The Reason���Ladies have found where they may procure the correct corset. Inspect our newest styles in lion Ton. Royal Worcester
and D. & A. Corsets. The Illustration shows No. 211 In the D. i- A.
Corset, one of our popular priced styles. Made from fine French
Coutil, modelled on the most up-to-date lines, suspenders attached.
At   $2.25
PRISON  REFORM.
I The principle of the modern penolog-'now generally accepted    will   be   deist is to reform rather than to punish cided upon. j .
i
  a wrong doer.   The old spirit of vindl- .
The announcement that persons in- tiveness    has    given    wSy'tp one of     "Alderman    Johnston    moved    that
terested in prison work will assemble gentie treatment.   A convicted person pending the passing of the street by-
from all parts of the world at the in- i3 encouraged to reform W y'ays and law, that   all vehicles    on    Columbia
ternatlonal prison congress at Wash- shorten his term    of   removal    from street be required to keep to the left
ington  during this  month,  serves  to society.    His  sentence  by  the  court; going up,    and to    the    right    going
remind us that there Is just now    a may be definite, but it is left to him' down."���British Columbian.
widely distributed movement towards to determine exactly how long it shall I =====
prison reform.   In Great Britain   the take to prove that be is fit for restora-'    Alderman      Johnston       frequently
home   secretary, Mr. Winston Church- tion to freedom.
wakes up in the middle of the night
ill, has formulated a series of prison I    Various  systems  are  in   vogue  for  with brilliant ideas like this.���London
regulations which aro    calculated    to1 giving effect to modern ideas of treat- Punch. JJJiiJ
remove all the degrading Influences of ment.   Theie is. for instahce. the pro-1 ���
prison life and to endow the penalty(bation system, the   parole,   and   the
Appointment  Gazetted.
of confinement with more humanizing'suspended  sentence;   the pavrnent  of  .  ��"awa- B^ ^^/SfiS-!.
has heen ga/ett'd of .1. J.  Botcger as
done during their deputy shipping master of Vancouver.
elements.   Even the Chinese are seek-1prisoners E.r wor
n regard to
juveniles an entirely new r.nd gentler
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 he desired.
The Next Sailings are
Royal George Sept. 29
Royal Edward  Oct. 13
Royal George   Oct. 27
Royal  Edward   Nov.  10
E .Goulet, agent ('. P. R.. will book
your passage via these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton, general agent.
Scott block, Winnipeg, Man.
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Westminster Woodworking Co.
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline. PHONE 473
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SANITARY    NOTICE.
ing to Improve upon their   old   timeiconfinement, and so on.
diabolical methods of punishing criminals, and whilst they have already
adopted some considerable reforms
have despatched a mission to Europe
to obtain Information upon the penal
methods of the western world.
Tl e whole character of prison treatment Var,   changed   In recent   ,?ars,
DIED.
em  of  treatment  has  corpe  Into
practice, and they are dealt with quite
CLARKSON���ON      FRIDAY,      30TH
ai    the    resi lence    of    her
brother-tn-l<^   'it. I. 8. Clute, Sixth
separately lo adults.   All these things     avenue, Miss Clarkson, eldest (faugh-
.,,  , J    ter of the late Mr.  William    Clark-
and  many  another  will  be discussed      a-_   fjf r  j_. (jrv
at the forthcoming congress, and   no  _ funeral   from  St.  Stephen's  church
Saturday   afternoon   at  half  past,   two
doubt further reforms upon the lines o'clock.   No flowers.
All   rubbish   and   garbage  must   bf
] removed   to   the    foot   of   Sixteenth
I street and Filth avenue, 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 he prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw,
By Order, S. J.  PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13. i. in.
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WATCH    REPAIRS
Probably that watch of yours ls not giving you proper satisfaction.
You have had It In the repair shop, but, while It is running, will not
run accurately. The reason for dissatisfaction i.s that the man who
dil the repairs is either incapable or doing good work or is not conscientious in his work, or, in all probability, he is gifted with both of
the faults mentioned.
We have been fortunate in seeming tlie services of a first c'jss
wa tch nan who has taken charge of our watch repair work. A man
who will tell you the truth In regard to the condition of your watch.
and will repair it properly, and, as a consequence, it will not only
run,  but keep accurate time.
Agents for  Howard,  Ball  and  Longine Watches.
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
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GOOD BUYS IN CITY HOMES
TWELFTH STREET, new residence.
.even rooms, and large concrete
basement, bath, etc.: lot 44x140;
lane in tear; good position on ca>-
line and commanding fine view.
Price 13600, easy terms.
No. 137.���New six-room house on
Tenth street, clcse to the business
district: full lot With lane in tear.
$850 cash will handle tbla snap and
the balance can be arranged to suit
purchaser.
ROYAL AVENUE, near Seventh
street, large modern house, recent'y
renovated throughout. Price $4000;
$1500 cash.
LONDON STREET, close to Twelfth
street large lot, cement sidewalks.
Price $650:  JlCOcash.
-W-j-Hvisaa*****,      ���. L.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
No. 133.���N'ew seven room house on
Henley street, near Orphanage,
(soon to be paved). $2750; one-
third cash, balance to arrange.
No. 132.���Fine residential lot, with
small house, close In, on future
business street; the hest speculative buy In the city. $2(500; one-
third cush, balance easy payments.
No. 111.���A full sized lot cleared and
in fruit on Regina street, with comfortable house; sewer on this
street; for $1800. Small cash payment will handle thsl.
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L.'*.tdSt;i':,.i' _-���..' ;tv SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1910.
THE DAILY NEV/S.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
CANADIAN  RECORDS
iationais record in
Tast and on coast
Frenchmen Made Very Poor
Showing Here, Compared
ith Past Performances.
ATTRACTIVE PRIZE LIST
FOR TODAY'S ANNUAL SHOOT
Five Events to Be Decided at Brownsville Ranges by Members of the
Rifle Association.
what an extent tha   Nationals,
jpions of the N. L. U., were out-
led in the Minto Cup games by the
^^^ linstera, champlonB of the world,
is Ikard  to  realize  until   the   record
ma*y*) by the Nationals In the east ls
considered  in comparison with their
western  showing.    Here are  thn  results ot the Minto Cup games from a
National basis:
Opposing team. For N
Westminster      .. 3
Westminster      ..1
i ���
No. of games,2   4
Agst. N. Date.
7  Sept. 17
11 Sept. 24
18
0
Agst.
2
��� Here are the results of all the east
#rn games the Nationals played:
Cornwall         P
Opposing team. For N
Shamrocks      . ��� ��� -13
Tecumsehs       	
Torontos        ��
Capitals      15
Capitals       H
Torontos        ��
... 3
...12
...  3
Tecumsehs
Montreal
Cornwall
Montreal
Shamrocks
3
5
4
1
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1
1
8
June 11
N. Date.
May  28
June   4
July   1
July   9
.11
91
Total number of games 1:
Trom ti'e.-e two schedules it is pos-1
e'hle to draw some very interesting j
���conclusions. They may be diseourag-
ing u> the eastern lacrosse players j
and may not be a fair test of tlie mer-i
lt| of lacrosse in the east and ln the
west, but ii must be remembered that!
the Nationals were by far the best!
team in the east. A glance at the;
scbeluie shorts li v far tbey outclass-!
���ed tlieir opponents. On the other)
hand the Salmon Hellies did not have'
it quite all their own way with Van- j
COUVlT.
���<Jii:t   here are  some of tlie   conclti-
���jrtbns drawn  by a  comparison of the
The following is the list of prizes
and prize givers of the unnual shoot
of the NeW ||'estrainster Tttfc association to be Jtat today oui/ifj Brownsville range:| * j\\ \ '"' Vifl
Match No. 1.
Seven shots at 200 yards and seven
shots at 500 yards.
1���Joseph Mayers, one-half ton lump
coal.
unnlngham Hardware company,
safety razor. ���
3���Reid & Co., hat.
4���J. G. Gamon, tobacco pouch.
5���George Speck, ortnoptlc.
6���Bank of Montreal, Jl cash.
Match No. 2.
Ten shots at 600 yards.
1���T. S. Annandale, goods.
2���Anderson   &   Lusby,  100  rounds
ammunition.
3���Johnston's shoe house, slippers.
4���Acme Clothing company, goods.
5���Pacific  meat market,    roast    of
beef.
G���Bank of Montreal, $1 cash.
Match No. 3.
B      Seven   shots each at 200, 500 and
July 16 i f,0�� >'ards'
1���\V. N. Bole, K.C, silver epergne.
2���T. J. Tra'tp & Co., safety razer.
3���C. A. Welsh, five lbs. tea.
4���White & Shiles, $2.50.
5���H. Ryall, shooting glasses.
fi���T. Freeman, goods.
7���Bank of Montreal,   .1 cash.
Match No. 4.
Seven shot9 at. 500 yards and seven
shots at SOO yards.
1���Gilley   Bros.,   one-half  ton   lump
| coal.
2���,T. O. Chamberlin. boots.
3���J. B. Gray, jewelry.
-I���Merchants Bank, $2.50.
!     5���P. Burns & Co.. roast of beef.
j    fi���Dank of Montreal. $1 cash.
Match  No. 5.
Grand  aggregate.
1���IS. C. R. A., silver medal and $3.
2���B. C, R. A., bronze medal and %2.
3���J.  B.  Brown & Co.. umbrella.
4���T. GlfTord, cuff links.
5���The Fair, goods.    \
fi���Alex. Matheson, slippers.
7���H.  A.  Eastman, box cigars.
8���Hub barber shop, "fix tip."
9���Bank of Montreal, $1 cash.
Bullseye    competition���Silver      cup
July 23
Aug. 6
Aug. 20
Aug. 27
Sept. 3
Sept. 5
Following is an official list of records which was compiled by Arthur
Plow, secretary of the Amateur Athletic Union of Canada:
100 yards���Robert Kerr, 9 4-5 sec,
September 11, 1909, Toronto. Tiger
A. C, Hamilton.
220 yards���Robert Kerr, 21 2-5 sec,
September 11, 1909, Toronto. Tiger
A. C, Hamilton.
440 yards���W. C. Robins, 48 3-5 sec,
September 15, 1909, Montreal. Irish-
American A. C.
880 yards���Emllo Lunghl. 1 min., 52 i
4-5 sec, September 15, 1909, Montreal.
Irish-American A. c.
1 ml.e�����Georgo fN,.  O .top,  4 jnin., |
.21 4-5 jkA.. Septetottor 2. ,tl&92 Montreal, fointo Lacrftjfo <_. | I    '���'
2 mifcsj^r. P. Cdbneffl �� /.mfei, 34
3-5 sec, 'September 27, 1890, Montreal.
Manhattan A. C.
3 miles���J. P. Sullivan, 14 min., 58
3-5 sec., September 15, 1909, Montreal.
Irish-American A. C.
6 miles���F. G. Bellars, 25 min.. 31
4-5 sec, October 3, 1908, Montreal.
New York A. C
120 yards���A. C. Kranxleln, 15 3-5
sec,. September 24, 1898, Montreal,
Chicago A. C.
Hurdles���F. Smlthson, 15 3-5 sec,
September 21, 1907, Montreal, Multnomah A. C.
3 mile walk���W. H. Meek. 21 min.
55 2-5 sec, September 24, 1892, Montreal, Columbia A. C.
1 mile relay (4 men)���L. J. Sebert,
R. B. Chandler, F. Halbhaus. L. A.
Wright, 3 min. 28 3-5 sec, October 22,
1909. Toronto. Toronto "Varsity A.
A. A.
Running board Jump���C. D, Brick-
er, 23 feet %% in.. June 6, 1908. Montreal. Toronto West End Y. M. C. A.
Running high jump���I. E. Baxter, 6
feet 2Ms in., September lfi, 1899, To-.
ronto. New York A. C. \
Putting   lfi   lb.   shot���Ralph    Rose,!
49 feet 7 1-4 in., September 21, 1907,
' Montreal.   Olympic club.
Throwing 16 lb. hammer��� M. J.
McGrath, 173 feet 7 in.. September 21,
1907, Montreal.    New York A. C.
Throwing 56 lb weight���Duncan Gillis, 37 feet, September IS, 1909. Vancouver.  Vancouver Police A. A. A.
Pole vault for height���E. B. Archibald, 12 feet 5 In., June fi. 1908, Toronto. Toronto West End Y. M. C. A.
Throwing the discus���M. J. Sheridan, 139 feet, 10Ms in-. October 2, 1908,
Montreal, Irish-American A. C.
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LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE    STOCK
FANCY GLAS8.
'   Royal CityJPlaning Mills] Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
FINISH.
PLAIN     AND
Box  137
Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
Apples
Blue Plums
I Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Contractors; and
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House Builders
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Builders* Hardware, in tkis
Before Building See Us. as we   believe   -we   can  save   you
Also Complete   Stock  oi  PAINTS   and   OILS
tke   Best
City.
money.
TV j. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Also try ourSWEET POTATOES and nice ripe
TOMATOES
CIVIC   HOLIDAYS.
A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
Diamond Rings from $15.00 to  .200.00
Pearl Rings from  $2.50 to $15.00
Rings With assorted st8nes as pearl  and  diamond,  pearl   and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
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��Vestminster scored In two games aonated by wTcTchamDefiin, Jeweler
mc:" than half as many goals against  fol.  the  larpest  number  of  bullseves
t��<   Nationals,  av   the crack   eastern 8CQr<ja f,urinK tlie d.,v.
ten:.;s did in twelve games. Ammunition will be for sale on the
���In  all  but  three of the  games the I raDge
nationals played in the N. L. 0. they i '	
ecoMcl   more  goals  than  they  did  In ' ��� ���
���ijpth tlie games they played here.    In HOUSEHOLD   VOTERS.
e'other three they scored as many j 	
they did in the flrst game here. Applications to    be placed    on   the
���ftln nine games in the N. L. U. supplementary voters' list for the City
against the best teams of the league, of New Westminster will be received
the Nationals had sixteen goals scor- i by the undersigned up to November
���ed against them.    In two games here  ist, 1910.
they     had     eighteen     goals     scored j    Applicants must' be British subjects
aigainst them. 'of the full age   of twenty-one   years,
In the twelve eastern games the Na-i and have been residents of the city six
tknal  played  they  scored ninety-one months    immediately    preceding   the
��� ��oals.    If  the  eastern   defences   had date of application, and   have   during
held the Natloals out as well as the I that time paid    as a    householder    a
Salmon   Bellies    did,   the    Nationals  rental of not less than one hundred
% would   have   had    to   play   forty-five dollars a year.
%j games   to   score   as   many  goals   as
I they did. |
ln  the  last  Minto  Cup   game   the
.'��� Royals   beat   the    Nationals    by   ten
I goals.    In the eastern league the   Nationals     beat     the     Shamrocks     by
���eleven    goals.    The    Salmon    Bellies
scored eleven times as many goalB as
the Nationals, so taking these scores
ms a  basis,  Westminster  would  beat
the  Shamrocks  by  143  to  2.     However, that ls merely theoretical.
ii If  tlie  Westminster  home  had  not
In accordance with a resolution of
the City Council passed on the 2fith
Inst., I hereby declare Tuesday and
Thursday, October 4th and 6th, from
1 to t; p.m., public half holidays, and
respectfully invite the citizens generally to so observe the same.
JOHN A. LEE, Mayor.
Mayor's Office, Sept. 30, 1010.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and  Modern  Building Construction.
Room 3 Dominion Trust Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and*443
Sapperton      Phone 373
WATCHMAKER, AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust  Block.
Columbia   St.    *
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LAND    DIS
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City Hall, Sept
A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
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ster, but lf the defence, too, had been
on a par with the average eastern
team, the score for both games would
have been 15 to 6 In favor of the Nationals.
When these things are considered,
the average man cannot but concede
that  the  prediction  of President Du-
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE notice that, I, William Robert Dick, of Vancouver, B. C; occupation real estate dealer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about twenty chains north from the
southwest corner of Timber Lease
38769, Texada Island, thence west
eighty chains, thence south eighty
chains, thence east eighty chains,
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK.
Vancouver,    B.   C,   September   6,
1910.
MARKET
REPORT
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m ,.     v..~     ..  lad    nOl    UlHl    UIP    yma.amm.rn..    --
"Seen able to score better than the quette that the Minto Cup will remain
Sverage eastern team, the score would on the ooast for five years is reason-
Sbave been 6 to 4 in favor of westmln ' ~J  '"""'
���able and Just.
LAND  ACT.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of  New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:       '
Commencing    nt    a    post    planted |
about   one   mile northeast   from thei
head  of  Billings  bay,  and  about    40
chain* easterly  from    the    southeast
come* of timber lot    number   37341,
(i'eii"c north  40 chains; thence east|
���Hi  chains,  thence    south    4o chains,
thence   west   40   chains   to   point
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August. 20, 1910.
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LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Re lots 10, 11, 12,  L3,
and 18, block 42 of sect
North range 7, west in the di
Now  Westminster.
WHEREAB proof of the loss of cer-
tificate of title number 3379F, issued
In the name of Sarah Michie lias been
Bled in this ollice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1 shall, at the expiration of one month
from the date of tlie fits: publication
hereof. In a daily newspaper published in the city of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the salJ certificate,
unless in the meantime valid objec-
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
I^and Registry Ofllce, New Westminster, B. C, September 27, 1910.
m
There was a fair market yesterday
in spite of the unpleasant weather
which no doubt kept many people
away. In tlie morning the weath?r
was not so bad, but all day long the
sky looked threatening and many of
the farmers did not venture to come
to the city.
It was a routine market with the
usual activity, a great deal of business being transacted during the
morning. The weather interfeied
slightly with the auction sale, but ln
! spite of that a lot of live stock was
disposed of at satisfactory  prices.
Eggs seemed to be Inclined to advance slightly In price and are now
selling at 45 cents wholesale and 50
cents retail. There was a good supply yesterday and all sold readily.
Beef  was not so plentiful  and  all
sold early in the day.   Veal also was
not brought in ln sufficient quantities
to supply the strong demand.   Lamb,
'mutton and pork were all brought ln
'in fair quantities and were sufficient
to supply a good demand. i
All sorts of poultry sold well, ducks
being especially in demand.   All    the
broilers and chickens brought to the
market   were  sold   and   the  sales  of
fowl were good.
In the fruit department, pears and
apples sold well at  slightly advanced
prices, due no    doubt    to    a    better
quality of fruit being offered,   There
were practically no plums or prunes.
There    was    a     large    supply    of
all kinds of vegetables which do   not
come   In   in   more   than   sufficient
l Quantities  t.   supply  the trade.    I'ar-
' snips have not started to come in yet,
but there ls u fair supply of all other
kinds.
There was a  flrst class display of
nut   and  pot    flowers    at the    flower
stands,   ln the flsh booths many varie<
' tloa of fresh lish wore offered for sale
i anil brought a ready sale.
i
ll''lr''|1'''kVl Official Quotations.
"strict of 1l?oef' hindquarters, per lb. 8Vi to BMiC
Beef, forequartei'8, per lb 7 to Sc
I.ami. per lb 1 ic
Mutton, per Ib \2c
Veal, large, per lb 8 to !'c
Veal, medium, per lb 11 to 12c
Pork, prime, per lb VI _ to 13c
Eggs, wholesale, per doz 45c
Eggs, retail, per doz .....50c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 30c
Butler,  retail   per  lb 35c
Fowl, per doz., live  $9 to $11
Chickens, per doz., live $5.50 to $8
Broilers, per doz $4.50 to $5
Ducks, per doz $10 to $12
Potatoes, new. per ton  $20
Cabbage, per sack  $1
Onions,  per sack    $1.50
Turnips, per sack 75c
Carrots, per sack .' 75c
Beets, per sack  $1
P.ears, wholesale, per box ..75c to 80c
[Pears, wholesale, per b6x  75c
��� ..30c
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
Sept 27th to Od 1st
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Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept. 28
Good to return until Oct. 6.
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE
THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP
Canadian Pacific Railway
LELU5.HAVE A HEARMIEART
OrOUR CREDIT
IS
HIGHEST
QUALITY
LOWEST
When purchasing anything the question most people nsk ls, Who
can sell me the best goods at the lowest price 7 It Is the same with
insurance. Consult me and I will show you that 1 can save you
money cn your next policy.   There's a reason.
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I represent only strong, reliable companies that are widely known
for their low rates and fair dealing.
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GENERAL AGENT.
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ALFRED W. McLEOD
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IT PAY8 TO ADVERTI8E
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HE       DAILY       NEW 8. Cucumbers, per doz
657 Columbia Sfrest
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1910.
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Corner   of    McKenzie   and     Victoria
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tm A.  Paige Managing   Director
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1910.
A  WELCOME   DUE.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Ho me   Co mp le te
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS   TO    LEjji'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHON* 74?   71��-/l^ MLUJyHi IA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.,
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Nearly 15 acres are in cultivation, good house
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and necessary buildings and stock, well fenced and
cleared.   $10,000,'easy terms.
Apply S. S.      P. O. Box 29
Monday will be a day of great ipu
port to the city of New Westminster^,,
for it will witness the Interesting
ceremony of driving the last spike in
the new line of the B. C. Electric railway to Chilliwack and the running of
the flrst train connecting the Royal
City with the garden city of the
Fraser valley and the towns and
settlements between.
The occasion will mark the opening j
of a new era of commercial develop j
ment for New Westminster, which by j
means of this line will attain not only j
Increased  importance as  the  trading,
ami   general   business  centre   of  the
vast and fertile area of the southern
valley of the Praser, but will also be
endowed with greater circumstance as |
the centre    of commercial    exchange j
and as a point of distribution between
the   valley  districts  and  other  parts'
of the province and the Dominion.
The opening of the Chilliwack line |
��n Tuesday is an occasion of such im-'
j>ortanee to this city that it should be
specially marked by some ceremony
connected with the departure or ar-1
rival of the first train. We have not
heard that the mayor and council propose to adopt any form of welcome to I Soap washes over the surface, leaving" a greasy
the officials of the company, or to film behind it; GOLD DUSTdigsdeep after germs
salute the nrst train leaving this city I and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
for Chilliwack in any way, though we;    , g needs  ^^   j*       fa  ^   exerd fc,
fceieve    the    various    municipals| fine)   ^qj^ duST fl ^ ^    ^ part of the
along the route are doing something i'       .  . . . , ****������*��� *> v*. *,n\,
of this kind. But we hope the admin- work without your assistance, leaving you to take
istrative boiy of our city win not ai- your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
low the occasion to go by wholly un-!    GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
noticed, lt is not too late to make soap, to which is added other purifying materials
amends for what would seem to be an ��� in just the tight pH)- \   |   /'
,,u :i:" ,'<"!:,i i; u" ���"������'��� l":, portions to cleanse    *^W//^
easily, vigorously, J_^ '~* /"^>
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
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During  Exhibition  Week This Store Will Be Open Every Day from 8 a.m. tto 6 p.m.    Saturday, 8 a.m. to
10 p.n.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Time to Consider
Fall Underwear
Our shelves are filled with an extensive collection of the
standard makes of knitted underwear for fall. Now ls the
time to supply your neer's In this line. All sizes Including extra cut-sizes are carried here.
Heavy Cotton Vests, with full length drawers to match,
fleece lined, in women's and out-sizes. Always a popular seller
with us.   Price, the garment 50c
Wool and Cotton Mixture Vests and Drawers, strong wearing and excellent washing garments. All sizes, the garment 75c
All wool Underwear, :n a varied assortment of different
weights, well cut and finished, open and closed styles. At, per
garment $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Children's Wool and Cotton mixed Vests and Drawers, another of our oiuiek selling values, all sizes, per garment  25c
ro   e
Frenchr
Show
la |��rd t
raafcby
coasWerei
���western i
suits of t
National
Opposing
Wcmtmlm
Westmlui
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better if a little time had been devoted 1o making proper preparations
for celebrating the event.
Whether the mayor and council do
or do not take official action in the
suggested direction, it will be no more
than  an  act  of courtesy, and  a  well   C UST     TwinS      do
deserved mark of the city's recognition of tlie relation of the new line to
Its future development if the citizens
attend and salute the train as it leaves
this city on its first journey at ten
o'clock on Tuesday morning. !
your work."
Made by THE   N. ,K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
"* Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
DIRECT0IRE Ira
N��2II'.<
Our  Corset
Business
is Increasing
The Reason���Ladies have found where they may procure the correct corset. Inspect our newest styles in Hon Tun. Royal Worcester
and D, & A. Corsets. The illustration shows No. I'll In tlie I). <V- A.
Corset, one of our popular priced styles. Made from fine French
C'outil, modelled on the most up-to-date lines, suspenders attached.
At    $2.25
o. of
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ern gam
Cornwall
Opposing
Shamroc
Tecumse
Totontos
Capitals
Capitals
Torontos
Tecumsc
Montrea
Cornwal
Montrea
Shamroi
Total
PRISON  REFORM.
i The principle of the modern penologist is to reform rather than to punish
i
a wrong doer.   The old spirit of vindi-
now generally accepted   will   be   decided upon. '    j jl
"Alderman   Johnston    moved   that
pending the passing of the street by-
The announcement that persons in- tiveness    has   given    way^tci one of
terested ln prison work will assemble gentle treatment.   A convicted person
from all parts of the world at the in- ia encouraged to reforn. \%, yays and law, that   all vehicles   on   Columbia
ternatlonal prison congress at Wash- shorten his term   of    removal    from street be required to keep to the left
ington  during  this  month,  serves to society.    His  sentence  by  the  court' going up,   and to    the    right    going
remind us that there is just now    a may be definite, but it ls left to him down."���British Columbian.
widely distributed movement towards to determine exactly how long it, shall! '       M
prison reform.   In Great Britain   the take to prove that he is fit f 0r restora-      Alderman      Johnston       frequently
home   secretary, Mr. Winston Church- tlon to freedom.
ill, has formulated a series of prison
regulations which are    calculated    to
wakes up in the middle of the night
Various   systems  are  ln   vogue  for  with brilliant ideas like this.���London
giving effect to modern Ideas of treat- Punch. J.! ji. .
remove all the degrading influences of ment Theie is, for Instance, the pro-
prison life and to endow the penalty(bation system, the parole, und the
��f confinement with more humanizing suspended sentence; the payment of
elements, Even the Chinese are Beek- prisoner, ftr work done during their
ing to Improve upon their old time,iconfinement, and so on, lu regard tei
diabolical methods of punishing crim- juveniles an entirely new .nd gentler
inals, and whilst they have already system of treatment has come into
adopted some    considerable    reforms  pmctlcei and they are dealt with quite
have despatched a mission to Europe
separately to adults,   All these things
to obtain information upon lhe penal
and  ninny  another  will  bo discussed
at the forthcoming congress, and   no
Appointment Gazetted.
Ottawti, Sept. ill).���The appointment
has heen gazetted of .1. j. Bottger as
deputy Bhlpplng master of Vancouver.
0 < theda of the western world,
'i'l u whole charai ter of pi ison treat-
DIED.
CLARKSON���ON FRIDAY, 30TH
ins;., al the residence of her
brother-in-law. Mr. I. S. Clute. Sixth
avenue, Miss Cl irkson, eldesl daughter of the late Mr. William ('lark-
son, of this city.
Funeral from St. Stephen's church
Saturday afternoon  at  half past, two
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
If so, you will want the very best
that can be offered for your money,
and lt 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. R��� will book
your passage via these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton, general agent.
Scott block, Winnipeg, Man.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
iron! has   changed   in recent   y?ars. doubt further reforms upon the lines o'clock.   No flowers.
All rubbish and garbage must' br
removed to the foot, of Sixteenth
stieet and Fifth avenue, 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
lune, vacant, lol or public property
will he prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw,
By Order, S. ,T. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
Cltv Hall, June 13. 1. 10."
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J. BROOKES, Proprietor
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WATCH    REPAIRS
Probably that watch of yourB Is not giving you proper satisfaction.
You have had it ln the repair shop, but, while It is running, will not
run accurately. The reason for dissatisfaction ti that the man who
dil the repairs Is either Incapable or doing good work or is not con
Bclentlous in his work, or, in all probability, be is gifted with both of
the faultB mentioned,
We have been fortunate in securing  Ihe  services
watch nan who has taken charge Of our  watch
who win teii you the truth in regard to tl
and will repair il  properly, and,
run, but  keep accurate time.
Agents for Howard, Ball and  Longine Watches.
98  of  a   first  class
repair work.    A  man
.he condition of your watch,
as a consequence, it. will   not   only
Chamherlin's
THE
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GOOD BUYS IN CITY HOMES
TWELFTH STREET, new residence,
seven rooms, and large concrete
basement, bath, etc.; lot 44x140;
lane in rear; good position on ca>-
line and commanding line view.
Price $3600, easy terms.
No. 137.���New sdx-room houre on
Tenth street, close to tbe business
district; full lot with lane in tear.
$850 cash will handle this snap and
the balance can be arranged to suit
purchaser.
ROYAL AVENUE, near Seventh
street, large modern house, recent'y
renovated throughout. Price $4000;
$1500 cash.
LONDON STREET, close to Twelfth
street, large lot, cement sidewalks.
Price $G50;  flOOcash.
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White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
No. 133.���New seven room house on
Henley street, near Orphanage,
(soon to bo paved). $2750; one-
third cash, balance to arrange.
No. 132.���Fine residential lot, with
small house, close in, on future
business street; the best speculative buy In the city. $2000; one-
third cash, balance easy puyments.
No. 111.���A full sized lot cleared and
in fruit on Regina street, with comfortable house; sewer on this
street; for $1800. Small cash payment wlll handle thsl.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1910.
THE DAILY NEV/S.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
CANADIAN  RECORDS
IATIONAIS RECORD IN '
Tast AND ON COAST
|Frenchmen Made Very Poor
Showing Here, Compared
;h Past Performances.
ATTRACTIVE PHIZE LIST
FOR TODAY'S ANNUAL SHOOT
Five Events to Be Decided at Brownsville Ranges by Members of the
Rifle Association.
What an extent the Nationals,
ipions of the N, L. U., were out-
tedin the Minto Cup games by the
 linsters, champions of the world,
is toard to realize until the record
mafe by the Nationals in the east is
considered in comparison with their
western showing. Here are the results of the Minto Cup games trom a
National basis:
Opposing team. For N.   Agst. N. Date.
Westminster      .. 3
Westminster     .. 1
7  Sept. 17
11 Sept. 24
of games,2    4
18
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��� Here are the results of all the eastern games th^ Nationals played:
Cornwall
Opposing U<am
Shamrocks
Tecumsehs       ....  5
Torontos         *���
Capitals      15
Capitals       H
...  5
For N.
..13
Torontos
Tecumsehs
Montreal
Cornwall
Montreal
Shamrocks
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0
Jure 11
Agst.
N. Date.
2
May  28
2
June  4
3
July   1
5
July  9
4
Julv 1*5
1
July 23
6
Aug.   6
I
Aug. 20
1
Aug. 27
S
Sept. 3
Sept. 5
Dl
Total number of games 12.
'From t':c=e two schedules it ls pos-,
Bible  to draw  some  very   interesting'
���conclusions.    They may be dlseourag-:
ing  to   tlie  eastern   lacrosse    players i
and may not be a fair test of tlie mer- j
its of lacrosse in tlie east and ln the
west, but it must lie remembered that |
the  Nationals   were   by   far   the    best
team  in  tlie east.    A glance   at   the j
schelule shows how far tbey outclass-1
���ed their  opponents.      On   the   other I
hand the Salmon Bellies did net have
it quite all their own way  with Van-;
COUVir.
.But here are some of the conclu-l
aibns drawn by a comparison of the;
two schedules.
The following is the list of prizes
and prize givers of the annual shoot
of the N'ewf ���jjfc'estralnster' Tttfc association to be snot today WWW Brownsville range:�� ��� Jl '
Match No. 1.
Seven shots at 200 yards and seven
shots at 500 yards.
1���Joseph Mayers, one-half ton lump
coal.
2���Cunningham Hardware company,
safety razor. ���
3���Reid & Co., hat.
4���J. G. Gamon, tobacco pouch.
5���George Speck, ortnoptlc.
C���Bank of Montreal, 11 cash.
Match No. 2.
Ten shots at 600 yards.
1���T. S. Annandale, goods.
2���Anderson   &   Lusby,  100  rounds
ammunition.
3���Johnston's shoe house, slippers.
4���Acme Clothing company, goods.
5���Pacific  meat market,    roast    ot
beef.
G���Bank of Montreal, $1 cash.
Match No. 3.
Seven   shots each at 200, 500 and
600 yards.
1���W. N. Bole, K.C, silver epergne.
2���T. J. Tra'sp & Co., safety razer.
3���C. A. Welsh, flve lbs. tea.
4���White & Shiles, $2.50.
5���H. Ryall, shooting glasses.
fi���T. Freeman, goods.
7���Bank of Montreal. $1 cash.
Match No. 4.
Seven shots at 500 yards and seven
shots at 800 yards.
1��� Gilley   Bros.,  one-half  ton  lump
coal.
2���J. O. Chamberlin, boots.
3���J. I . Gray. Jewelry.
4���Merchants Bank. $2.50.
5���P. Burns & Co., roast of beef.
fi���Bank of Montreal. $1 cash.
Match No. 5.
Grand  aggregate.
1���B. C. R. A., silver medal and $3.
j     2���B. p. H- A., bronze medal and $2.
3���J. E. Brown &- Co.. umbrella.
4���T. Gifford. cuff links,
i     5���The Fair, goods.    \
fi���Alex.  Matheson, slippers.
7���11.  A.  Eastman, box cigars.
S���Hub barber shop, "flx up."
tt���Bank of Montreal, $1 cash,
competition���Silver
Following is an official list of records which was compiled by Arthur
Plow, secretary of the Amateur Athletic I'nion of Canada:
100 yards���Robert Kerr, 9 4-5 sec,
September 11, 1909, Toronto. Tiger
A. C, Hamilton.
220 yards���Robert Kerr, 21 2-5 sec, '
September  11, 1900, Toronto.     Tiger
A. C, Hamilton.
440 yardB���W. C. Robins, 48 3-5 sec,
September 15, 1909, Montreal. Irish-
American A. C.
880 yards���Emtio Lunghl, 1 min., 52 j
4-5 sec, September 15, 1909, Montreal.
Irish-American A. C.
1 mi^-George ���W. Ortoji, 4 .min.,
.21 4-5 ?*�����., September 3. ,��1892 Montreal, fofmto Larftft* tt $ .    ]]
2 m^fi^. P. Cdfeneff, $ .ml.... 34
3-6 sec, September 27, 1890, Montreal.
Manhattan A. C.
3 miles���J. P. Sullivan, 14 min., 58
3-5 sec, September 15, 1909, Montreal.
Irish-American A. C.
6 miles���F. G. Bel lars, 25 min., 31
4-5 sec, October 3, 1908, Montreal.
New York A. C.
120 yards���A. C. Kramleln. 15 3-5
sec, September 24. 1898, Montreal,
Chicago A. C.
Hurdles���F. Smlthson, 15 3-5 sec,
September 21, 1907, Montreal, Multnomah A. C.
3 mile walk���W. H. Meek, 21 min.
55 2-5 sec, September 24, 1892, Montreal, Columbia A. C.
1 mile relay (4 men)���L. J. Sebert,
R. B. Chandler, F. Halbhaus, L. A.
Wright, 3 min. 28 3-5 sec, October 22,
1909. Toronto. Toronto 'Varsity A.
A. A.
Running board Jump���C. D. Brick-
er, 23 feet 8% In., June 6, 1908. Montreal. Toronto West End Y. M. C. A.
Running high Jump���I. E. Baxter, 6
feet 2-_ in., September 16, 1899, Toronto. New York A. C.
Putting 16 lb. shot���Ralph Rose,
49 feet 7 1-4 in., September 21, 1907,
Montreal.   Olympic club.
Throwing 16 lb. hammer��� M. J.
McGrath. 173 feet 7 in., September 21,
1907, Montreal.    New York A. C.
Throwing 5fi lb weight���Duncan Gillis, 37 feet, September IS, 1909. Vancouver.  Vancouver Police A. A. A.
Pole vault for height���E. B. Archibald, 12 feet 5 in., June fi. 1908, Toronto. Toronto West End Y. M. C. A.
Throwing the discus���M. J. Sheridan, 139 feet, 10% in., October 2, 1908,
Montreal. Irish-American A. C.
B.C. Mills
limber and  Trading  Co.
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Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
Apples
Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also trv our SWEET PO-
TATOES and nice ripe
TOMATOES
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR
TURNED  WORK, FISH   BOXES-     LARGE     STOCK
FANCY GLASS.
Royal CityJPlaning Mills] Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
FINISH.
PLAIN     AND
Box  137
Contractors^ and
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House Builders
m���il^ma*a*a**a*mmmam |
7$Jf liave a full   line   of  tke   Best
Builders' Hardware, in tkis City.
i we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS  and   OILS
Before Building See U
money.
T, J.Trapp & Co, Ltd.
CIVIC  HOLIDAYS.
cup
;-,    **mm_____________m    Bullseye	
��� -    tminster  scored   in  two  games donated bv W. C. Chamberlin. jeweler,
rnoic than half as many goals against  for  )he  iargeat  numl)0r   0f  bullseves
tie   Nationals,  as  the  crack   eastern 8cprea during Uie dav.
t.a.:;s did in twelve games. Ammunition will be for sale on the
j*ln  all  but  three  of the  games the j ranRe
nationals played in the N. L. U. they i	
wared   more  coals  than  thev  did  In
In accordance with a resolution of
the City Council passed on the 26th
inst., I hereby declare Tuesday and j
Thursday, October 4th and Hth. from
1 to 6 p.m., public half holidays, and
respectfully invite the citizens generally to so observe the same.
JOHN A. LEE, Mayor,     j
Mayor's Office, Sept. 30, 1910. |
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 andj443
Sapperton  Phone 373
a
A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
"
Diamond Rings from  $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from  $2.50 to $15.00
Rings With assorted stSnes as pearl  and  diamond,  pearl  and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER, AND JEWELLER.
*     Dominion   Trust  Block. Columbia   St.    _
*****************************************************
Canadian! Pacific Railway
P. WHITE
b<
n the games they played here. In
'other three they scored as many
they did in the first game here.
'.n nine games in the N. L. D.
against the best teams of the league,
the Nationals had sixteen goals scored against them. In two games here
tbey had eighteen goals scored
���gainst them.
In the twelve eastern games the Na-
th nai ^^^^^^^^
goals.     If   the
HOUSEHOLD   VOTERS.
Applications to be placed on the
supplementary voters' list for the City
of New Westminster will be received
I by the undersigned up to November
,1st, 1910.
I    Applicants must be British subjects
, of the full age   of twenty-one   years,
and have been residents of the city six
--���" *Y,m
Architect and Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Concrete and  Modern  Building Construction.
Room 3 Dominion Trust Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Visit The
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
District   of   New   Westminster.
  ^^ ^^^        -,.���      TAKE notice that, I, William Rob-
played  they  scored  ninety-one [ months    immediately    preceding    the  ert  Dick, of Vancouver,  B. C;   occu-
eastern  defences   had date of application, and   have   during   pation real estate dealer, intends to!
 "-'- ���ta   ��� "    ��irvuQPhnirter   a I apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: ******
MARKET
REPORT
wmdd   have   had    to   play    forty-flve, dollars a year
score   as
many   goals   as
_ games   to      ^^^^^^^^^
���they did. I
In  the  last  Minto  Cup   game   the
Royals   beat   the    Nationals    by   ten
'���goals. In tbe eastern league the Nationals heat the Shamrocks by
���eleven goals. The Salmon Bellies
(cored eleven times as many goalB as
the Nationals, so taking these scores
as a basis, Westminster would beat
"the Shamrocks by 143 to 2. However, that ls merely theoretical.
I lf the Westminster home had not
Ifeen   able  to  score  better  than   the
iverage eastern team, the score would
ave been 6 to 4 In favor of Westmln-
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Sept. 30, 1910.
ster, but if the defence, too, had been
on a par with the average eastern
team, the score for both games would
have been 15 to 6 ln favor of the Nationals.
When these things are considered,
the average man cannot but concede
that the prediction of President Duquette that the Minto Cup will remain
on the ooast for five years is reasonable and just.
Commencing at a post planted
about twenty chains north from the
southwest corner of Timber Lease
38769, Texada Island, thence west
eighty chains, thence south eighty
chains, thence east eighty chains,
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK.
Vancouver, B. C., September 6,
1910.
LAND   ACT.
d:s-
There was a fair market yesterday
in spite of the unpleasant weather
which no doubt kept many people
away. In the morning the weath?r
was not so bad, but ali day long the
sky looked threatening and many of
the farmers did not venture to come
to the city.
It was a routine market with the
usual activity, a great deal of business being transacted during the
morning. The weather interfered
slightly with the auction sale, but in
spite of that a lot of live stock was
disposed of at satisfactory prices.
Eggs seemed to be inclined to advance slightly in price and are now
selling at 45 cents wholesale and 50
cents retail. There was a good Supply yesterday and all sold readily.
Beef was not so plentiful  and  all
sold early in the day.   Veal also was
not brought ln in sufficient quantities
to supply the strong demand.   Lamb,
'mutton and pork were all brought in
'in fair quantities and were sufficient
to supply a good demand. >
All sorts of poultry sold well, ducks
being especially in demand.   All   the
broilers and chickens brought to the
market   were  sold   and   the   sales   of
fowl were good.
In the fruit department, pears and
apples sold well at slightly advanced
prices, due no doubt to a better
being off ere 1. There
were practically no plums or prunes.
There was a large supply of
all kinds of vegetables which do not
come in in more than sufficient
quantities tp supply the trade. Parsnips have not started to come in yet,
but there is a fair supply of all other
kinds.
There wr.s a first class display of
cut and pot flowers at the flower
stands. In the fish booths many varieties of fresh lish were ottered for sale
^^^^^^^^      ^_^_^_^__ and brought I ready sale.
Re lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 Official Quotations.
and IS, block 42 of section 3, block 3, ���
North range 7, west in the district of Beef, hindquarters, per lb, 8% to 9 He
Nov Westminster. 'eefl ^-mexte:s, per lb , to 8c
WHEREAS proof of the loss of cer-1 ^ ,mb, per lb 14c
tlficate of title number 3379P, Issued
in the name of Sarah Miohie has been
filed in this offlce
NOTICE  IS   HI
1 shall, at the expli	
from the date of the firs: publication
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
Sept 27th to Od. 1st
.-���-
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New  Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:       '
Commencing at a post planted
about   one   mile northeast   from tl. ei- .  .
head  of  Billings  bay,  and  about     40!qUi,llty of ,n,it
chain* easterly  from    the    southeast
corne" ot timber lot    number   "7341,
thence   north   40   chains,   thence   e:'St j
-in  chains, tlience    south    -lo chains,
thence   west   40   chains  to   point     of,
commencement,   containing  160  acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1910.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept. 28
Good to return until Oct. 6.
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE
THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP
Canadian Pacific Railway
i Mutton, per lb.
Veal, large, per lb.  .
Veal, medium, per lb.
������,.   r--*.x.-K- *i,nt  Pork, prime, per lb 12.2 to 13
KE11\   Gl\ EN that 'wholesalo, per do,. 45
ration of one month     ����� ���      ...   *       .     B0
hereof, in a dnlly newspaper published in the city of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certitlcate,
unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.
' sjf1 ��� C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C. September 27, 1910.
Eggs, retail, per doz
Butter, wholesale, per lb
Butter, retail, per lb. .
Fowl, per doz., live ....
Chickens, per doz., live .
 12c
..S to 9c
11 to 12c
c
c
    50c
... 30c
 35c
.$9 to $11
.$5.50 to $8
���,��-��   MABEL  AND LAURA DAVIDSON
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY       NEW
��� 'Jf. .,',''   '���������.���.I   * :*fttr*t>   ''V    ,  U    ������'       ' ��� ,������������ f|
Broilers, per doz $4.50 to $5
i Ducks, per doz $10 to $12
[Potatoes, new, per ton  $20
Cabbage, per sack  $1
Onions, per  sack    $1.50
Turnips, per sack   75c
Carrots, per sack .' 75c
Beets, per sack  $1
iP.ears, wholesale, per box ..75c to 80c
l.Pears, wholesale, per box  75c
Cucumbers, per doz.  30c
When purchasing anything the question most people ask is. Who
can sell tne the best goods at the lowest price ? lt ls the same with
Insurance. Consult me and I will show you that I can save you
money cn your next policy.   There's a reason.
I represent only strong, reliable companies that are widely known
for thei. low rates and fair dealing.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia'St reet
Phone 62
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tlie tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at u p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday or
February.     New   members   may   be
SATUF
ly or    quarterly    meeting.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver, li.
C," will he received at this office un-
  tj' 4 P-m., on Wednesday, October B
proposed and elected at any month-   1910.  for    the    construction    of    an
C. H. Examining   Warehouse,     Vancouver
B. C.
��� ��� |    Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
(obtained at the ofiice of Mr. Joseph
IGreenfield, resident  architect   Winni-
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY,,^,  ���an���  M���  v,���.   1!ell(len/on,   ��� .
kind of job printing. Midget looqe dent arcMtect>, Victoria B C at the
leaf ledger.; Cowie Carbon Papers. !Pcst offi Vancouver and'at this
Phone   55,    P. O.    Box 142.     OM department '
Dally News Block, Sixth street. Persons tendering aie notified that
��� ���        ' ��� lenders will not. he considered unless
PIANO TUNING. .made  on  the  printed   forms  supplied,
~v~~ ~v~n~~~n~���.   and signed with   tlieir   actual   signa.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND j lures,  stating  their  occupation,;    and
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.; places of residence.    In the c:,se   of
��� Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin Bt., I firms, the actual slgnatu.-'b, the nature
Phone Lf>15. jof the occupation and -place of resid-
Mrs. David Cambie spent Tuesday
with   relatives  in   Vancouver.       '
a      fi      r
My**. Henry A. Eastman was at Harrison Hot Springs for the week-end.
�� * *
-. Mrs. Allan Mercer, of Coquitlam,
spent Friday in town visiting friends.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. F, B, Springer, of
Vancouver, were in town on Saturday.
a    a    a
Mrs. de Pencier spent a few days
during the week with friends in Vancouver.
M  Marjorie and   Elsie  Gifford,  Frank
Bourne,    Bill   Doherty,   Peggy   Macgowan,   Evvie   and   Melville    Malins,
Teddy   McQuarrie.   Rachel   Eddy,  Gordon    Corbould,    Florence    Cambridge,
Joyce   Major,   Beverly   and    Watson
| Jones,      Charlie    Simpson,    Kathleen
I Keary,  Mina  and   Hetty  de   Pencier,
Willie   Nelson,    Gwenneth    Edwards.
Margaret   and   Edna   Seymour,   Frances and  Freddy  Lynch,  Isabel,  Frank,
I Nell  and  John   McQuarrie,  Mary   Annandale,   Doris   Clarke    and     Allison
Peele.
WOMAN'S   ACHES   DUE   TO
SHOES, SAYS  PROFESSOR
TRIED REMED<
BERLIN    BECOMES    A   RINK.
Mr.   and
spending a
Seattle.
Mrs.   Richard    Reefl   are
fortnight at  Victoria  and
Mr,  Nell  McKInnon,
visiting   Mr.   and   Mrs.
Qitarrie.
of Ottawa,   is
Each lan    Md-
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), 02 Powell street,
Vancouver, phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARMS-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
ence of each member of tlie Unci must
be given.
Each tender must be   accompanied!
by an accepted cheine on a chartered ;
ihank,  payable  to  the  order    of    the
Honorable   the   .Minister   of   Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of  the  amount  of  the  tender,  wllich
will be forfeited if the person tender-i
ing decline  to  enter into  a  contract!
when called upon to do so. or fail to j
complete the work contracted for.    If
the tender be not accented the cheque
will be returned. i
The department does not bind it- Mr- ilI1(1 Mrs. .1. E. Hawkshaw aie
self to accept the lowest or any spending a holiday visiting Chilliwack
tender. \*~ni the Sound cities.
Mrs. J. W. Weart, of West Burnaby, returned on Saturday from a trip
to Toronto.
* *    ��
.Mrs. R. w. Haiinigton. of Vancouver, was visiting her cousin (luring
the week.
��� ���    ���
Miss Marion Martin lefl on Tues-
j day to visit friends at Edmonton for
I a few weeks.
By order.
R. C. DBSROCHERS,
Secretary.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN-Barnsters and;��f ^ ! Department of Public Works,
Westminster offices, Rooms I and 8, B.ntomW ,,.     '    n
Guichon block, corner Columbia and Ottawa, Septembei   21, 1910.
McKenzie   streets;    Vancouver   of- |
flees,   Williams   building,   41   Gran-1
ville   street.     F.  C.   Wade,   K.   C;       ..,���.�� .
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.jol,t authf/ity ti;om the department.
Marlin. _
Mrs. Pennock, of Vancouver, visited  Mrs. C.  Balmer McAllister at Edmonds on Thursday.
���    a    a
  Mr,   J.   Powers,   of   Penticton,   for-
Newspapers will not he paid for this  merly an official on the city hall staff,
advertisement   if they  insert  it with-
Arrerican     Firm     Introduces      Roller
Skating���Now   A   Popular   Fad.
Berlin,   Sept.   30.��� Roller  skating   is
quite  general   in   all   the   streets   of
Berlin   and   roller   skaters   have    he-
l come one of the most remarkable features of this capital.    Roller  skating
was introduced here by an enterprising American  firm  which opened  tho
.tirst   rink  and' sent  excellent  roller;
skaters through the stieets by wav of
advertising   the  attractions   of  their
own establishment.
Roller   skating  quickly   caught    on
and the Berllners soon found that it
was not only a pastime, hut could also
he utilized in the more serious affairs j ���
of  their  everyday   life.     Now.   many  J
big  husiness   firms 'supplement' their {^
delivery  carts  by  express messengers
on  roller skates, who in this way cap
traverse  great  disiances   at   a   great
speed so that it  is quite common experience   for   customers   al   shops   to
liave   tlieir   purchase   sent    to    their
hnim s hy roller skaters.
The Berlin messenger boys company, realizing the advantage of the
roller skate in tlieir particular line of
1 usiness, introduced some time ago a
brigade of juvenile skaters for the
conveyance of express communications.
Berkeley, Ca!., Sept. 30.���Most of
the aches and pains suffered by woman can be attributed to lack of care
of her feet, according to Prof. Walter Magee, head of the department, of
physical culture at tbe University of
California.
To improve  her lot  he advises her,
to:
Throw aside corcets.
Cast off high-heel shoos.
Exercise the lungs and develop the
chest.
Walk and eat   porperfy.
Take physical exercise daily.
High-heel shoes, Prof. Magee asserts throw woman off her balance,
with consequent injurious effect to
her entire system.
The feet of the average college
woman in the went are considerably
smaller,   he   sa.'s,   than   tliose   of   the
eastern college woman,
Roughs!
colds
r	
Weekday Schedule
6:50,
:2n.
;it
and
is visiting at the coast.
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50,  6:20,
8:00 und every half hour thereafter until  11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  ut  5:50,
and every  half hour thereafter until  11:30 p. in.
Return   Fare:   Adults,  COc;   children   under  1.,  35c.
Sunday  Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver
a.  m. and  every   half  houi- thereafter until  11  p.  in.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at   8  a.   in . (t a. m.
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.   rn. ^^^^
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   Return  fare.  50c;  children, 2"c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster tot Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. in.. 11:20 a. in. and 3:20 p. m. Freight car: leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
City   Limits   Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service
Bapperton   Line-
Sunday   Servlce-
 from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
20-minute   service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
0-niinute  service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m,
i LOCAL  IMPROVEMENT  NOTICE.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT
AUDITOR AND j    The Municipal Council of the City of
R 128.     Room, | New   Westminster   ha\ing   by   resolu-1 came ovei
tion determined and specified that it
 .is desirable to carry out the following
EXPERT ACCOUNT-! works, tha(. ,g tQ
Mrs. H. J. A. Burnett is a guest of j
tiie Rev. A. and Mrs. gilva White at ;
the Rectory, Nanaimo,
smsm     ������    as*. \* sunuay   service���ju-niinuie  service irom b; iu a.m. io ii:ju p.m.
Mail Service    j B c   ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
H. J. A. BURNETT,
Accountant. Tel.
Trapp block.
R. T. PRINCE        ,
ANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for thei. To construct cement concrete side-
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room 9, West-1 walks, retaining walls, boulevards,
minster Trust block, city. j storm   sewers,    paved    roadway    and
['street lights on Columbia street, from
line of Fourth street to the
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
Mr. A. Callendar, Jr., of Vancouver,
last week to enter the Co-
umbian college as a student.
II. &. V. "States" daily except Sunday-
Leave, 23:00;   Ariive at 21:00.
Vancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 1(1:00, 23:00; Arrive at 8:80, 13:00, 18:00.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
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CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone 62.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City, farm  and  suonrban  property.
C28 and 746 Columbia St.
Mrs. E. O. S. Scholefleld. who   has I Victoria, daily except Sunday, Leave,
been  visiting relatives in town  for a      8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
month, has left for her home in Vic-   B-  &   V.   "States,"  daily  except   Sun-
toria. day; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:15,
* ���    �� :C.  &   V.   East,   daily;    Leave,   8:30,
Mrs. V. Chard Brimacombe. who has |     ^.^:   Arrive  at  9:25,  22:30.
spent the summer with relatives, left! Sapperton, daily except Sunday;
during tlie wtc: for her home in En-' Leave. 8:30, 15:45; Arrive at 9:25
derbv. iid 21:00.
��� ���   �� Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Mr.   W.   E.   Wiltshire,   of   Burqult-      Leave S:30; 15:45; Arrive at 9:25.
lam, has gone to Guelph to attend the Coquitlam, daily except Sunday;
Ontario  Agricultural   college   for   the,     Leave 8:30;  Arrive at 13:00.
I Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday;
^^^^^^^ ��   �� I    Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 13:00.
His   lordship.   Bishop    de    Pencier, I  Kdmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN���.1800 TU Lua.n
on first mortgage at 8 per cent.;
security must be gilt-edged. Maiins,
Coulthard & Co., Ltd.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
lorlng. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 46 Lorne street.
Phone R 508.
the east ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
west line of Leopold i lace, and that
said works sliall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the
"Local Improvement General Bylaw
1909."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council,
in accordance with  the provisions of!comln�� term,
the said bylaw upon the said works, |
giving      statements,      showing      tlie! -. --���-    ���    -- ������
amounts  estimated  to be   chargeable  leaves during the month to visit dif-
against  the  various  portions  of   real   fe,ent  Places   **  the   Kootenay   and
property to be benefitted by the said | Okanagan country.^
works and other particulars  and the
said reports bf the said City Engineer     Mr' and  Mrs- George D. Brymner,
and City Assessor having been adopt- accompanied by Mrs.  Farquhar  Mac-
ed by the Council Iral  and  Miss  Cotton,  have   gone   lo
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   tlie, sfend il tortniglrt in Portland,
said leports are open for inspection at)
the office of the Citv Assessor, City!,   Mrsj   Jolin   F-   Belyea   wll]   receive
Hall, Columbia street, New Westmln-! hereafter on    the second and    fourth, d.ilv excent  SundaY
| Friday of each month at her home at l.raan!r.' d,ul-v  excelJt  sunaay,
Suite 11, Victoria Court, Vancouver.
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s:er. B. C, and that unless a petition against tlie proposed works above
mentioned, signed by a majority cf
the the owners of the land or real property to be assessed or charged in respect of such works representing at
least one-half in value thereof is presented to the Council wthin fifteen
days from the date of the flrst publication of this notice, the Council will
proceed with the proposed improvements   under  such  terms  and   condi-
Mr.  Charles  Robson,  Mr.  Theodore
I Lennle, Mr. Henry Mackenzie and Mr.
[Arthur Smith  are  Returning  to   McGill university,  Montreal, where they
will   renew   their  studies   during   tlie
coming term.
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Mrs.  A.  F.  Cotton   entertained   at
three  tables  of  bridge  this  week   in
Leave,  11:00;   Arrive at  14:00.
East  Burnaby,  daily  except  Sunday;
Leave,  14:00:   Arrive at  14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except.    Sunday:
Leave, 14:00:  Arrive at 10:00.
Timberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave, 14:00: Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave, 14:00;   Arrive at  10:00.
South Westminster. Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00^
 "  iLeave
14:20;  Arrive at 10:00.
Port   Guichon,   daily   except   Sunday
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1 ORIENTAL
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON
., .    .""."     ^"i"". Icompliment to Mrs. Farquhar Macrae,
tions as to the payment of the cost of.Q( Jk.torUi     ^ prize winners weie
niprovements   as   the    Council
by bylaw in that behalf regulate
Game, Vegetables, etc.  Dean blocK,   and determine and also   to make the
next to Bank of Montreal. '
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FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
said assessment.
Dated this 27th day of September,
A. D., 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication, September
29, 1910.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store . ttinga;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteis | DEP'T
aud detail work. Designs and estimates furnished, J. Brookes, pro
prietor. Works; Corner Eleventh
���nd car line. P. O. box 251, Phont-
473.
I    Leave, 14:20:   Arrive at 10:00.
| Westham   Island,   daily   except   Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
; Sunbury, daily except Sunday;  Leave,
14:20;   Arrive at   10:00.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,   1-L20;   Arrive
at  10:00.
Annieville,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,  14:20;   Arrive  at
8:30 and 1fi:30.
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver."   daily   except
Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale,    dally    except    Sunday;
SSbenfUalT!ag tl "-T'^^^Kenfir^^^nday;
hf f*���   .    Tl,e,nl0"ey 0bt"ined  Wl"i    Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:50.
be  used  to  aid  in   the equipment of'c,    f        Tuesday.   Thursday,   Friday
the sanatorium at Tranquille   In   or-     and   Saturday;   Leave,   U 50j   Ar-
der that it may be able to cope with      ,.lve at ji-oo
the tuberculosis trouble fn B. C. Se.l- Tynehead,     Tuesday     and     Friday;
helP I     Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
Ile  Burnaby Lake, dally  except Sunday;
IIN
GOODS
East Indian art goods, hand
made gold thread tahle cloths,
���lady s silk waists, peacock feather fans, etc. Great bargain
for 10 days only.
STORE OPENS OCT.  1
MOKEN   SINGH
10   BEGBIE   STREET
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Miss Corbould, who won the fiist
prize, and Mrs. Macrae, who captured
the consolation.
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The members of the local Anti-Tuberculosis     society     Intend     holding
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IF YOU WANT A
OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE.
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
ing  tags is hard  work and any
will    be   gratefully appreciated.    	
endeavor on Thursday wil! be to sell
each person in town one tag, and if
that result is accomplished a considerable sum of money will be obtained
Which wi.l be of substantial aid to
the sanatorium.
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On Thursday evening of this week,
St.   .John's   church,   Vancouver,    was
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. THE LAT-
est in tire fighting apparatus.
R. Harris & Co., Lavery block,
Columbia stieet.    Plione 056.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
rtolurabla Btreet, New Westminster
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine.  J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON���517 EltONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
NELSON,   B.   C,   RIFLE   RANGE
NOTICE  TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS,.marked on envelope   "Pender   for   construction   of
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range," and ad- ,^^^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
dressed to the Secretary of the Mil-'the scee of an historic function wffi'n
itia Council, Headquarters, Ottawa, I tlie ceremonies connected with the
will be received until noon, the 15th [ first graduations from Westminster
October, for the construction of a rifle Hall were performed. Tlie names of
Range at Nelson, B. C. I the graduates are  Mr.   I".  L.   Raines.
Plans   and    specifications    may    be   Mr.  E.  H.  Lockbart,  Mr.   R.  A.   Mo-
seen, and full information obtained at.Connel, Mr. O. A. Paterson, Mr. Ron-
Leave, 16:00; Arrive at 16:16
B. & S. "States," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at 15:15.
NERVE TONIC
Try ASAYA NEURAL
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE fl.SO
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the offices of the District Officer Com
manding Military District No. 11, Victoria, B. C, the Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa, and
the Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.,
Nelson, B. C.
'lenders must be made on the form
supplied by the Department, and accompanied by an accepted cheque, on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cent of the amount of the tender,
payable to the order of the Honourable  the   Minister  of  Militia  and   De-
aid  M.  McCloud,  Mr.  W.  H.  Henderson, Mr. C. B. Kerr, B, A., Mr. James
Hyder and Mr. A. M. McColl.
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The marriage took place on Wedes-
day afternoon, September 21, of Lucy,
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Elley, of this city, and Mr. William
Alexandei* Urquhart, of Vancouver.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. C. VV. Houghton, rector of Sr.
Barnabas, at the home of the bride's
parents,     'ihe   bridesmaid   was   Miss
fence, which amount will be forfeited I Eva Elley, while Mr. C. D. McDonald
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decline   to
accordance
The   Fall   Fairs.
The dates of the fall fairs through
tbe upper country and coast have
been announced as follows:
Kamloops, September 28, 29 and
30.
Victoria, September 27 to October 1. ���
New Westminster, October 4
Inclusive.
if the party tendering
enter Into a contract, In
with the tender.
The Department does not bind itself to'accept the lowest or any tender.,
EU<3. FISET,
Colonel.
Dep'y.   Minister of  Militia and  Defence. H. Q. 18���115���2.
Department of Militia and Defence.
Ottawa.
of Victoria, supported the groom. The
brlle wore a tallor'e.T coat and skirt
of blue cloth, with large black hat,
trimmed with willow plumes, and carried a botiquet of bridal rotes. After the ceremony, the wedding breakfast was served and later Mr. and
Mrs. Urquhart left for the south,
where their honeymoon will be spent.
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Mrs. H. P. Latham had a number of
children in to play with her little son
Gerald Latham, on'Friday afternoon.
Mrs.   Latham   was   assisted   by   her
P. 0. Box 55
Ottawa,519th September, 1910. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^_
Newspapers' will   not  be  paid   for | mother,   Mrs.   Sidney   Fletcher,   Mrs,
i-thl.    advertisement  If  they  iiisert  it James Keary, Mrs. W. N. Clarke, Mrs.
to 8 wi'hout authority  from   the  'Depart- F. J. Lynch, Miss Fletcher and Miss
ment. Sophie Bilodeau. Th��   guests   includ-
BETTER VALUES THAN EVER IN OUR
GIRLS' DRESSES
Phone 547
Made up in Peter Thompson Dresses Sailor Dresses, Princess Effects,
Military Effects, etc., etc. Also natty little dresses for the smaller
girls, in sizes from one to nine years. The prices ranging up to $8.50.
A. J. BIRTCH
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The White House
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617 Columbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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THE   NEWEST
CREATIONS IN
CHILDREN'S
REEFERS
Scarlet, Navy and Tweed effects
AN    OLD    WORLD    CRIME.
WOE IN GOLF PANTS    | Railway Time Tables
FOR LO! POOH SILAS
Berlin, Sept. 30.���Franz Tommase-
vic, a curate of Polesnik (Istria), and
bis sweetheart, have been arrested on
a charge of committing several murders and of being accessories to an-1
other murder. ���
A convict named   Simon Kovacevic,
Who has been sentenced to penal serv-1 OllCe Haughty Chieftain SUC-
Itude  for  life,  made  a  confession  to
the  effect  that the   curate   and   his
sweetheart wore accessories to a nun-
der  and robbery  committed  by  liini^
and  added  that   they  had   mustered j
tlieir own  illegitimate childxm without his help.    The bones of the chil-
cambs to Wiles of Paleface
Siren That Seals Doom.
dren, it is said, liave
spot indicated by t\
den found at a
convict.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
Chief Silas of the Moosehides,
proudest of all the Yukon tribal heads,
recently fell from grace at Dawson,
capital of the Klondike, and suffered
the ignominy of sentence to a term in
tiie  Royal  Fuel  Refinery,  which Is a
The  Municipal  Council of the Cor-
poration of the City of New Westmln- \ . , ,,    .
I ster having by resolution determined I wag8ls1' appellation for the Canadian
I and specified that it is desirable    to i Northwest    mounted    police barracks'
CHILDREN'S
NEW RUSSIAN
OVERCOATS
ALL SIZES
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The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for'20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
carry on the following works, that is
to say:
To construct cement concrete sidewalks, Boulevards, curbs, storm
sewers, retaining walls and paved
roadways on Second street from
Royal avenue to Sixth avenue.
To construct cement concrete sidewalks on Alexander stieet, Begbie
street, Lorne street, McKenzie street,
Sixth street and Clarkson street.
To construct cement concrete sidewalks on Henley street from Eighth
avenue to London street.
And that the said works shall be
carried out in accordance with the
provisions of the "Loral Improvement
General By-law, 1909."
And the city engineer and city assessor having reported to tlie council
In accordance with the provisions of
tbe said by-law upon the said works
giving estimates t-!kiu..
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to he chargeable
against tlie various portions of real
property to be benefitted by the said
works and other particulars, an.l the
said reports of tlie said city engineer
and city assessor having heen adopt-
I ed by the council.
Notice is hereby given that tlie said
reports are open for inspection at the Then he would have
ofiice of the city assessor, city hall,
Columbia street, New Westminster, B.
C. and that unless a petition against,
the proposed works above mentioned
signed by a majority of the owners of
the land or real property to be assessed or charged in respect of such
works, representing at least one-half
in value thereof is presented to the
council within fifteen days from the
date of tlie first publication of this
notice the council will proceed with
tlie    proposed    improvements    under
wood yard where prisoners are worked.
Up In Whltehorse, a town on the
way to the Klondike, is a weekly editor who stands in the same relation
as a chronicler of the Northern diggings that Bret Harte did ln the southwest In Its halcyon days. This man,
E. J. White, known throughout the
north as "The Stroller," had known
Chief Silas intimately, and when he
heard of the red man's downfall,
wrote the following quaint reflections:
"It was with profund regret that
the Stroller read in a Dawson paper
of recent date the brief but convincing
announcement that Subchief Silas of
the Moosehide. Indiana, had been sentenced to jail for a period of forty-
days, thirty of which he will serve for
the reason that be had a bottle of
whisky on him when arrested and the
other fifteen for being drunk.
"The mistake Silas made was in
having whisky on instead of in him.
ad a well developed jag and the fifteen days sentence would have covered the whole
business. Tlie mistake made by Silas
should be a warning to other Indians
to lose no time in "getting on the out-1
side
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheoule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at 5:v��U, 6:50, 7;2o and 8:00
a_ru., and every half hour thereafter
until li:S0 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 9.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave.Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every halt hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cam leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 2:00 a.m., and every hall
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. tb 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
TENDERS  WANTED.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon. Saturday, October 1st. for the erection of
wharf extension and freight shed at
New Westminster. Plans and sped-
flcatlons may be seen at office of Allan Purvis, manager interurban lines,
New Westminster.
W. II. HAZLITT,
Purchasing Agent,
B. C. Elec. Rly. Co., Ltd.
Westminster.
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 10:30
a. in.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:30
p.m.:  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 0:25 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port
Guichon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves   Port   Guichon    S:00   a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New;
of any and all whisky of which I Westminster bridge passenger station |
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up   $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Bank has Branches ln
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
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
they may find themselves possessed.
Guiltless of Whisky or Soap.
"When   the   Stroller    first    entered
10:20 a.m.
10:20
G.   N.   R.���Sumas
Leaves   Sumas   6:00
I Chief  Silas  on  his   list  of   aeiiuaint-1 bridge passenger
such terms and conditions as to the I ances eleven years ago, the latter was! minster,
payment of the cost of such Improve-ia simple Child of nature  who   knew'Sunday.
ments as the council may by by-law naught of either whisky or soap. He
in that behalf regulate and determine waB  guileless so far as the   use   of
and also to make the sail ass'ssment.  either   was   concerned      In   but   one
Branch.
a. m;   arrives
station, New West-
a. m.    daily   execept
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.: arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
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Dated this 29th day of September,
A.D. 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date  of   first   publication  the   30th
day cf September, 1910.
tiling   was   he  extravagant   and  that
was in the number of his wives which
homeported in his wigwam, for Silas i
was a veritable Brigham Young in af-,
fai.I�� ?f..the, hea,rt', ....     .     , ,! let during the progress of the provin-
���But the heart ot this simp e son bt L,   exhibition    are   asked  to   kindly
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Those having furnished    rooms   to
Do you want to Increase your
business ?   Then see
SAUNDERS
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Signs of  every description.
Glass signs tx specialty.
708 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
the stormcloud was not proof against
leave   their   names     and     addresses,
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The Mason & Risch Piano Co.
In Their Regular Show Room
First Floor, Trapp Block
Columbia  Street
New Westminster
BEING unable to secure -likable space in the exhibition hall, for displaying tho car of pianos specially
selected for the provincial exhibition, we have arranged them for inspection In our regular show
~~*5~ room located on the first floor of the Trapp block, Columbia street, where you can enjoy the
pleasure of quietly and carefully Inspecting all the newest designs and latest Improvements embodied
in our celebrated makes. These fine instruments will easily convince you that, the Mason & Risch Piano
stands for all that is good in piano construction. For your particular convenience our show room will
lie open during the day and open evenings. Have our representatives show you the marvelous Player
Pianos; anyone can play them. It is not necessary to be a student of music to get perfect rendition.
Sit down and play one yourself���it will open a new and fascinating pleasure for you.
And remember a purchase made at any of our stores Is a purchase made direct from the manufacturer with all the advantages that come from direct dealing with the manufacturer who knows his productions thoroughly, nnd whose guarantee is more than a matter of form.
Visit this special exhibit���see this extraordinary display of pianos. You'll be more than welcome
whether or not It ls your desire to buy. ��     "   ���, / ��.-*���;   I
Let us make you a special saving on the purchase price.   Buy direct from the..manufacturer.
The
Mason & Risch Piano Co.
FACTORY  BRANCHES:
Trapp Block, New Westminster.
655 Granville Street, Vancouver, H. C.
tlie   wiles  and   foibles  of  the   **�����. number Qf room��� t       hav<j
man. Being the scion of along line.of L - t at the secretary.s offlce, Thom.
warriors,   Silas   at   firs    scorned   the b)ock|  where there wi��� be some
ways  of the  pale ace  but  the  begin-1 in attendancei up to the date
ning ot the end in ns case was In- �� the exhlblUon, to recelve thls in.
stituted when some bloke presented formatj0Ili Numerous inquiries have
hlm with a pair of castoff golf pants. ja,readv  been  reCeived  as  to  the
Like every other man who wears !commodatIon at the dl3posal
golf   pants,   Silas   became   stuck    on i
the shape of his legs, and from that
day on his decline was rapid. Discarding the pipe which had passed from
father to son through many generations, Silas took to cigarettes and during all of one summer he could be
seen daily walking around Dawson ln
those golf pants and with a coffin nail
in hia face, and with a proud and patronizing look which meant' Get onto
the shape of him legs.'
Goes   From Bad to Worse.
"Within less than a year after
ac-
of   the
hotels, and private residences.
W. H. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
P. O. Box 39, New Westminster, B.C.
IM1NDRY WORK
as done by us gives the utmost satisfaction. Our equipment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean, Economic, Prompt.
White labor only employed
NOTICE     REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
decline of Silas set in he was haled
into court on the charge of being
drunk. The demon rum bad Invaded
that once happy, though somewhat
wife-crowded home, and had thrown
several squaws out into the darkness j
of a flfty below winter night. |
"Three dark-visaged wives   of   the;
chief followed him to court and each |
bore witness against him, yet, woman- j
like, they wept when their lelge lord |
was given ten days in jail as a pun-1
ishment for his misdeeds.   The Strol-!
ler, who was also before, the   court;-
that morning (in the capacity of a re-i
porter, of course) essayed to comfort
the chief's triple concentrated family,
but was met by "Tu ic gu su lb te ty-
bumbu.' (Chase yourself as you don't
look good to us.)
"All this happened seven years ago,
since Which time Chief Silas has been
in court several times but never until Ids recent appearance has the degrading appendage 'with hard labor'
boen attached to his sentence.
Alas!   Poor  Old  Silas.
"Before Silas took to golf pants, cigarettes and hootch, the Stroller fre-
I quently Interviewed him on matters
of great .moment. Silas was one of
these who saw sermons in stones,
books in running brooks and could
deduce from the st-ars and the feathers on the feet of giouse. He coul::
tell in the spring if the preceding winter had been unusually cold and he
could also prognosticate from the
bark of a tree whether it would bear
willow or birch  leaves.
"And now he is reducing fuel��on"the
crown woodpile, voir, tero{ft��ra, oh,
mores. Think of it.' The last of a
long line of unconquered and unwashed Indian chiefs reduced to common
labor. ,/ a
"He would not in former years
deign to light his own pipe but would
have numerous squaws contesting for
the honor. Worse still���in Jail he will
be compelled to use soap and will
thereby lose the accumulation of
many years now roiled away in the
scroll of time and reposing on the
shelf of eternity. Silas, you are but
the moth-eaten remnant of a once
noble people. Canker worms gnaw
your heels. You are the victim of
golf pants."
All  persons  using  Columbia  street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to tbe left hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
the j either direction.
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall. August 12. 1910.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
ME        O  A  I  L V        N  ewe
Eastertrook Milling Company.
Eburne,  B. C
FLOUR!      FLOOR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL . $6.75,per bbl.
IMPERIAL   $7.00Jfer bbl.
TERMINAL 95.25 Vr Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 94J)0 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone SSS.
For a Few Days Only
: 82 feet on First St., between 3rd
and 4th Ave. Best residential site
in city.   $3150, easy terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster Citj Specialists
1 PAGE EIGHT.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY. OCTOBER
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Judge Murphy
court chambers
this morning;
will   hold
;:t    the
���fbuy
supreme
t   house
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right prices. Have
it put up and ready for I
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.
The tug Belle came, ,1141. Hi., river
yesterday with a largaJp!*-*?h. of l0Ss
for the Fraser Mills.
��� >��� y,' ���
See Fales' furniture ��� stocky, before
purchasing elsewhere. Aunes street. *
The October issue bf' tlie Westminster Courier will be on sale today.
Ten cents. **
The baseball games scheduled for
today between the Balmorals and the
Maple Leafs will not be played. The
Leafs could not get a team together.
For all electrical    work . and
tracts phone T. Roberts, Till.
con-
*���
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia SL 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.
Popular prices to the Scottish concert, 75c, 50c and 25c. Book seats at
Ryall's. **
The funeral took place yesterday of
Percy Guthro, the little child of S. F.
P. Gntliro, Ontario street. Kev. Father
O'Boyle performed the religious exercises and the remains w.ere interred
in the Roman Catholic cemetery.
In the mining recorder's office R. M.
Hobson, 2234 Alberta street, Vancouver, has applied for a water record of
one tentli of a cubic foot to be taken
from Clementine creek, lot 3, districi
lot 1027, the water to be used for
domestic purposes. .  ..,
Davies greenhouse Is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and ail
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. ��*
Iron beds and bedding, the largest
range of designs and pi ices. W. E
Fales. **
Mr. and Mrs. George Mead, accompanied by their son and daughter, arrived yesterday from Valdez, Alaska,
on a visit to Mr.  Mead's parents.
The Salvation Army holds its annual Harvest Festival services Saturday, Sunday and Monday. The services on Sunday commence at 11 a.m.,
3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tbe hall is being tastefully decorated and on Monday will be open for exhibit and disposal of the good things gathered together.
drunk and disorderly, 1; disorderly. *
furious driving, 1: being inmate of an
opium joint, 6; keeping a vicious dog. j
1;   theft, 2;   using    threatening    language, 1;  vagrancy. 11;   total, 67.    It
is a matter of congratulation to    the '
police department that there still con-1
tlnues to be a marked absence of viol-1
ent crime.
Scottish concert, October 5. Seats
on sale at Ryall's on Friday, September 30. **
For all electrical work and contracts phone T. Roberts, 761.        **
Gilley Brothers have applied for
permission from the provincial government to dam an unnamed creek in
sections 22 and 27. township 40, flow-1
ing into Pitt lake, for the purpose of
storing water. The firm already has
a water record on the creek. They
experienced some difficulty this year
owing to a shortage of water to operate their plant at Pitt lake and went
to be in readiness for any dry spells
in future, as the water In the creek
is subject to considerable change in
quantity, according to the weather.
Hear Miss Munn and Mr. Morrison
in "Tlie Token," opera house, October 5. *���
NOTICE
TRAFFIC
REGULATING     VEHICLE |
ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All   persons  using  Columbia street!
for vehicle traffic of any kind are re-'
guested to keep to the left hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting Citv Clerk.
City Hall, August 12. 1910.
Don't miss the only lady pipers in
Canada. Scottish concert, October 5. *
The Public
Supply Stores
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,
Residence,  72.
New   Westminster,    B   C.
7-1;
Guy Turner, the young man who
attempted to kill himself In a down
town hotel the other day, has consented to go to the hospital where
he is now under treatment. He was
supposed to have come up for trial
ves'erday, but the case was adjourned
for one week until he has completely
! recovered.
fnt t'-e provincial exhibition issue
of tbe New Westminster Courier. On
sale today, ten cents. **
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   l/S     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
623 Hamilton SL, or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc;
Tack   Hoult
""n   Victoria
has
for
received
winning
a   medal
the   half
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Fonr doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
������..��;.; .��n..,. ,    ... -
Columbia St.. No. 441.
hb��" *-r,**~eter. B. C.
t'i'e race there on Wednesday. The
trophy is small, but very artistic and
si'np'e. It is of gold and on one side
has tlie letters B. C. A. A. U. and the
coat of arms of the province in
enn-rel. .Tack h. 8 added it to liis col-
Iction wllich is assuming William
Sherifng proportions.
Pot rhints and fresh cut flowers at
Tidy's store.   Plione 184. **
Ed. Murchie, manager of the Rovers
^oot'iall club, stated yesterday that
tie Hovers would go to Westham Island today unless they received word
not to come. The game Is scheduled,
but many of the Westham Islanders
are at the Victoria exhibition. However the Rovers have not been notified
not to go and so they are gping.
Hob Hobb, the great comedian, at
the Scottish concert. Enjoy a laugh. *
The dedicatory services of Ihe
West Knd Presbyterian church will be
held tomorrow, when Rev. Principal
.McKay, of Westminster hall, Vancou-
\er. will preach In the morning. At
'.i p.m. Rev. Dr, Taylor will conduct
services at which addiestes will be
given by Revs. Alex Dunn, and .1. S.
Henderson, while at 7:.'10 p.m. Rev.
Dr. Pidgeon, of Westminster hall, will
prfiach. Special music and singing
will he a feature of the services.
W. E. Fales carries the best select
ed stock of household furniture in tlie
city and prices defy competition. **
Sixty-seven cases, slightly more
than there were last month, were
heard in the city police court in September. The cases vary in seriousness
from using threatening language to
attempting suicide. The following is
the complete list: Taking part in an
affray, 1; assault, 5; attempting to
commit suicide, 1; breach of the Indian act, 3; breach of the streets bylaw, 2; breach of the public morals
by-law, 3; breach of the liquor license  by-law,  ij    drunkenness,    26;
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonisling. Don't hesi-
tate 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 than 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 perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone:92
Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of this property.    $350 each.   Terms.
10 lots extending trom First to Second street. This property
is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $360 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE. **
F. J. HART& CO., Ik
�� ***************************************
Misses Coats
$9.50 to $12.50 Each.
Some of the most sightly
coals thai have found their way
to tlie ready-to-wear section.
Our coats for children, misses
and women are all fashioned in
attractive manner. The misses'
coats about which we now write
are seven-eighths and full
length styles with smart semi-
flttlng lines. Materials are
diagonals, cheviots, serges and
plain cloths. A noticeable style
is that featuring patent leather
belts and group of pleats at the
hack. Large fancy buttons add
the required touch of trimmim.
All sizes.   Each  .$9.50 to $12.50
The New
Red Coats
$7.50 and Upwards.
Bright and dark red coats of
broadcloth and cheviot in sizes
suitable for children. Coats are
trimmed with velvet collars
and made with belted back.
Shown In a nice range of tailored styles.
Childrens and
Misses Rainproof     Capes
$4.00 to $8.50.
Rubberized rainproof capes
with hoods: in sizes for girls 8
to IS years of age; colors tire
grey, fawn and navy. Attractively designed and finished. Each,
according to size $4.00 to $8.50
Rubberized
Silk   Raincoats
Splendid Values
At $25.75.
The newest designs are here
in these attractive rain coats.
Heavy silks in the new diagonal
weave, in shades of champagne
and grey, and black, semi-tilting
hacks , hi. htiirn over collar,
double breasted front. Each
$25.75.
Ruhbzrised
Alpaca
Rain Coats
Each $15.75.
In   novelty  stripes,  ma
semi-fitting  style, to hue m
to the neck, lined    acros i   t
.shoulder.     Each    $15,
Womens and
VOLL
JVestm
nals
atR<
Misses        ���   ,
Hope I
Raincoats UHoPe i
hey cou
in "Roseberry Cloth"
$17.50 to $22.50.
Made with fitting backs and
groups of pleats, well tailored
and nicely fitting st>ies, button
in .roups of three.   Each $1 .50
and   $22.50
Have You
Housefurnishing
Needs ?
Does the expected coming of visitors during fair week Iind you
short of housefurnishiiiKs of any description ? We have made special
preparations for supplying anything necessary for hotels, boarding
houses, clubs or private homes. We can give you closer prices than
ever before. Consult with ug regarding your house furnishings before
giving any order.
Splendid  values in  unbleached and bleached table Damasks.
Unbleached Linen Damask, i er yard 35c to $1.00
Bleached Table  Damasks, pt r yard  50c to $2.50
Table  Napkins to match our bleached   Damasks,   per   dozen   $2.50
to    $7.50
Linen Towels, all shapes and sizes, per dozen   $1.50 to $4.00
A splendid stock of bleached and unbleached sheetin. s in the most
reliable Canadian and English weaves. We carry the hest grades
only.
8-4 width in white twill or plain, per yard 35c to 50c
0-4 widtli in white plain, per yard  35c to 50c
0-4 width In white twill, per yard   40: to 50c
10-4 width in white plain or twill,  per yard    50c to 60c
Inch
Coatings
$1.50  Per  Yard.
All wool homespun and
serge twill coatings Bultable
for children's, misses' and
women's coats: cloths are In
dark and light cardinal, navy,
hrown, myrtle and grey; "i
inches wide.    Per yard $1.50
Black
Moire
Silks
$1.00 to $2.50 Per Yard.
.lust  now  there    is    gre '
demand  for  moire Bilks '
waists    nnd    trimming    p n
Iioses.    Our best grades are
exceptionally  heavy and  are
the proper weigh! ��er collar*
etc. Patterns stand out pron
inentlv.      Prices,    per    yard
$1.00 to   $2.50
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livlty.
pants, >
posed ���
one at
; and set
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Who Is
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STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
��� Market Square
PHONE 475.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Applications will he received by the:
undersigned up to f> p.m. of Monday,
October  .'1,   1010,   for   the  position   of
Building Inspector.    Salary    to   com-j
mence at $126,00 per month.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk, j
City Hall, Sept. 22, 11)10.
NOTICE.
On and after October 1, lfllo, we,
the undersigned, will sell coal for
cash only, either with the order or on
delivery.
GILLEY BROS., LTD.
JOSEPH MAYERS,
BELYEA & CO.
New Westminster, Sept. 24.
A BARGAIN
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
Th��
for p��
A tot
ute v
lzed
the i
pla><
whi :t
nak<
ilnu
Six roomed house with stable in rear on two
lots, on corner of lane and 100 foot frontage, on
main street and half a block from car.
$3,000.00, easy terms.
Apply S. S.       P. O. Box 29
ii
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na
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as
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101
hoi
THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
House wiring a specialty. All orders
given prompt attention, and night
calls answered.
Phones 761  and 581.
Office:    -   -   -     435 Columbia Street.
Dr. Hatherly
Eye Sight Specialist
Cures headaches and nervousness
by special ground glasses. During
the eight years established in New
Westminster he .pfttt received hundreds of testimonials from satisfied
patients. Optical par��s, Hamley
block, 624 Columbia street-
Hll ��� I ��
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chitkei. or anything else
that :s good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
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