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NOV 21 ia
Mann
PROPERTY.
u/HITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
1*9	
TYPEWRITERS
*r
indard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
gj PASSENGERS THOUSAND WOMEN
rescued fROM island' - ;::..;;,T^m\
fcrew and Passengers of
Wrecked Steamer Now on
Alameda-Mail Saved.
Nov, 10.���After be-
SufTragettes [Reopen Hostili-
ties,   but  Gallant   Effort;
Only Lands Them in Jail.
nllitant suf-
N0V  ���,_-��������,  .���-,    London, Nov. 18.���The     _.
I .pwanl. AinsRii,                                   fragettes reopened  hostilities against
relied  tor  six  days  tl.e   pa*  ..J  .������.,..,���,...    ,.(1|iy  and    ,chlng
l crew    of the    wrecked 1000 Btrong ,���; the parliament build-
l��?erS    '  .     , wcre today taken on |l,.es,  ?p.,e  tie  police   a   lively   light.
MING IK MEXICO IS
.   BEMgjHW SERpS
Clash in Pueblo Results in One Hundred Persons Being
Killed���Chief of Police First to Fall---
Rebels Entrenched in House.
POTATOES ALONE
SHOW OECRtASf
Census Bureau Reports on
Field Crops for the
Fall.
WHITES AND BLACKS
OE U. S. flEET flGtfT
American Fleet Carries Racial Trouble Far from
Home-Police Interfere.
tii*W* - -	
hi io Seward.
|brougt�� I(l
fTbe Bteamei is a
1 ���  .,,���|  express   wus
mt, mall  Bnu      '
1|/ort.ton.otffklgbtw.re
WS ADVOCATE
[0iiNTS ON EXHIBITION
md  will j The   women,  many     of     whom   were
placed under arrest, were led by Mrs.
Enitneline Pankhurst.
The Buffragettea hud determined if
saved, I possible   to  force   the   police  cordon
lost In I about the House of Lords, mid reach
City of Mexico, Nov. IS.���One lnin- a company
di-fd  nersons,  including  the  chief  of  reached   tlie   house    in     which    the
[police, are reported to have heen kill-'rcbels  were entrenched  a  bomb  was
The census offlce has just issued a
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ibulletin on tne crops of Canada as pre-
of rurales, but when they'. pared  from  reports  made  up  ti   ine
end of Octobei
Cherbourg, France, Nov. IS.���A dispute hetween the white ami hlack
sailors of the American fleet under
Admiral   Freeland   here  today   result-
thrown and many of them were killed
Other  casualties occurred  in desu
tory street  lighting.
tet-l    Tl is evening a regiment  of federa.  ff)|. w,���te|. slorase  The area is ^��'"'j;^bbeXln"thV head.    The police are
 -  ���  -��� - ������ |,n���  llfin���   ,,,,,,,  ...   .,   laree  ,iaii      .\8 tree; h und some rurales moved against   .K.,.e,: and the estimate 1 yield '*'����' i ufcl        t        to  prevent  further dis-
ing Prei lei  Asquith to insist on the  lng  being held in a laige nan.    ab �� .                                        BUCcess 000 bushels, being an average of about I tamng bio.
introduction   of   a woman's  suffrage the force advanced on the bulldln- - *- >'""ap   hut altb    what    suc.es __	
ed In 1 lots al Pueblo today.
I    The "rouble started In the morning,
when a body ���!  police attempted to
break   up  an antl-re-electlonlst  meet
The closing months of tlie year give  ed in, a fight. In which revolvers and
good   reports   for   nearly    all   of   the! knives   were   used.
Hell crops of the Dominion.    Potatoes      Tlie   police   arrested   a   sailor  fro.���
alone  indicate  partial   failure,  and   In | the  Kansas,  charged  with  stabbing a.
all the provinces there are,complaints  sailor from the Louisiana.
of rot  In the fields and in the heaps |    One negro was stabbed In the back
and    bis    since    died.
Another was
bill
a'the  house,   but   with
Criticizes   and   Com-
Winnipeg  P��P��.
Management    of    Provln
cial    Fa'r-
pliirent
       The police, however, were tooid,,0|.  WM opened  and a woman  shot
strongly  entrenched and  the women.1     , , .,,   , .,      .,_,
,     , ,   . ,.   , iand hilled the chief,
wlm Hied everj   means in their power |
to  force the line  were  thrown  back.:    Tl"' attacking party was Joli
Repeatedly   they     retired     breathless ' ��� ���.
and  dlshevolled, only to    have their.. ., 1/11 1 rr\
places on  thi   fighting  line taken by WIDOW   OF  MAN   KIILlD
reserves.      J In-    police were    ordered1,
to  make  as  few   arrests  as   possible. !
By   three  o'clock   twenty-one    women j
and  two men  were in the police sta
tion.
���
car.net be '01 rned.
It  Is believed that    there    are no
by' Americans among those killed.
. |, ue Ol the Farmer's Ad-
*"',        .;    In    Winnipeg,   toil ���  ' page t�� me N��w Wt';V
Provincial   exhibition
IN WRECK GtTS DAMAGES
lot*,
lir.-it
A   lame    contingent    of    American
duejaekets    trtfm    the    visiting  fleet! Jury   Awards   Mrs.   Johnston
were      amused      spectators    of    thej ^**L***m
Struggle    and,    lustily    cheering the]
combatants,  incited    them    to    fresh j
efforts.      The fight continued and the
Al-j police were compelled to make whole-
$4,000:
Children Get $3,500���Husband Victim of Lakeview Disaster.
147 bushels per acre, which is nearly
uniform tar all the provinces. The
quality is 84.42 per cent.
Turnips and other field roots show
a quality of 88.57. a yield per acre of
4112 bushels and a total yield of 95,-
207,000 bushels for a crop of 236,622
acres. Hay and clover are computed
for 8,515.400 acres and a yield per
acie of 1.82 tons.   The quality is 90.45
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^her cent and the total yield 15.497.00U
  I tons.    Fodder  corn  has an estimated
I > ield per acre of i).38 tons, which upon
Mexican Police Nip Daring Scheme in  an area 0f ��7i,96Q acres gives a prod-
1 uct of 2,551.000 tons.
REVOLUTIONARY PLANNEU
RELEASE OF MNV1CTS
taking  steps  to   prevent   further  disorder.
EOVERNMENT PREPARES TB
THROW HOMESTEADS OPEN
Tirre���General Uprising Was Ar
ranged for Sunday.
"Th anmewliat  critical,  the article  sale arrests. *__-__
.slow* unstinted praise I    At   four   o'clock   eighty-two   of   the
ltd it ���   '
Nov_ is.���The last dam-      Mexico   City,   Nov.   19
Sugar beets aie grown most extensively in Ontario and Alberta, where
they supply roots for three sugar factories. The area in crop this year i.;
16,000 acres, which is a suhst intial in-
���"      ^   "'   cease upon last year.   The yield pei
Inspector    Magee    Getting   Ready for
Big    Rush    of    Work���Prefers
Coast  to   Kamloops.
Although no lands aie heing home-
steaded in the coast section of tins
railway belt at present, preparations
are unde" way to throw the land open
for  settlement  again,  according  to ��.
���   that   the  Advocate  suffragettes and their supporters
the      X;!,n;: ''."ai^\-,10 H  aER. axis- a revolutionary conspiracy, alleged to acre is 9.69 tons, the total yield ��Jr.atateBant  made  yesterday  by  W. 1>-
ha.   _** c"��  'V    ,      1 ,?��� 'i^v  *<��.*��-  a'have been  planned by  Francisco Ma-  000  tons   and   th.e  qua! ty  93.15   pet government homestead lispeo-
pe.pondeDt was impressed with thejbeen  taken Into custody.
,:. plaj here.
.   ;,   ii) pan
lot
the  Lakeview  disaster  a have been planned by
Is   as
fol-
APPEARANCE   ASSURED.
ing  out  (..:   tne   uiwiicn   iuooovw.   _.__.,.   _     ^^^
[year ago, was decided today by Just-'diero came to light today. 'cent.    The roots supplied to the Her- ���������*-���=>--. =
Ice  Murphy  and  a  jury.      Suit    was      The   plans   included   a   general  up- )in factory are testing 17 per cent of tor' t0 :l representative of the News.
  brought   by   the   widow     of     William.]rising next Sunday and the release of  sugar anj at. the Wallaceburg factory.    ^'''-  Magee has been here for some
Kvou want to see the agricultural I Witness Who Failed to Show Up Yes-: .lohnston. one of  the  victims  of  the'thousands of prisoners in the jail and  16 per ,.ent. hut   a  product of   6000 time in connection with the work of
Columbia vou I     terda/ Spends Night in Lockup.      iwreik. on behalf of hersdH and chil- penitentiary. acres b Ontario is being shipped to Betting the affairs of the department
ol Hei large exhibl-|    8. J. Morrison, a witness who fail- d"-n- Tht' i''1"'-* have been frustrated by {actorie8 ln  Michigan.    The product   nto shape for the rush of work which
ui,i,  !.. convince ed to answer t 1 hla name when a case1    M-*-"-'  being out  almost two  hours'the police and it is believed that they  ,., 820o acrts in that pro%-lnce is mar- ls expected  to   ollow, when the  re-
.     ��� i��l^���0   ^,nt_t   in   n,e  ritv   police   court   ti''e J,!1>   returned a verdict awarding have the situation under control. 11,0,.,1    ;,t    Wallaceburg   and    Berlin, strictions against homesteadins
the  piainiid   J7.5uti,  ���'��� -  ���' "���������"'*  '*f
prevail  at   present   are  removed.
which
hap-
.   M       ^'���,,1'V .', .'���' :.;  the other day on a  "������''���   ��*�������
��� " v>        V-D .   .in,i When the nollce   examined    hlm
WC!1"      'l^!';;/r;;\T    i v^tndnia,   hehadbeenv
"an  ,aB> ,  in "  tor six  months     The case, owing  to
:   ''  ^���'''-'   7-,,. SJ IS non-appearance of Morrison, was
J'T'n':,   J,,    U u,   remanded   .....11   this   morning.
,     |1,;||     |   IO     I'll 1 I m	
_b   . md is unsurpassed, and
\ ''7:   th       '   er "v-v    -       ^������   '""���' ^rr     "                        soprano   were  among  the  passengers, this   year  shows   1.  .   *;    ^   *~                 	
5U*5  SS  M .',..  pi     ���     Sned    him piu Mendows Cold for si^or   Pu,(,,d    has    been    working gj*^^��-^gffiSSSa.     The Kamloops.-cut he has now jaoved to
���.,     jn   the,  found that  he had  been  wanted Forty.*                                                     ci,l,,een months on the m,sic of   The Ontariosim ���                ^              d ,
,.....,.   .��� he     Tho case, owing  to _    .                 _   ,._.,   ...   dlh   m. .. r.irl   of   the  Holden   West,    and   will condition  u ."": ..������f������ro, .,..,,, |i:!.i
. A   ,* Xew  Westminster,    preferring, as lie
���ported  at        .   ,        ,,,.,_   _ _���,���  ���n* ���  uui,.
TRUANTS.
Help pf   Police   Sought  to   Find
ing Vancouver Child.
ing Vancouver wuiu.
A   little eleven-year-old  gin   na-ned property are nt present under a high toward    ieeum.     ..,-���    , ...,...,,.
Tu'upkius  and   her   little  five-year-old  sta,e of cultivation, Mr. Le Lion hav- scliool  children  fron   the  poorer dis- cent of summer fallowing cihh.iicu ...
brother ran away from Vancouver on  in? heen tilling it for several years. tricts  of  Chicago  was  taken  by  the the same way is somewhat lower, but
.hm-sdiy   and   came   to   New     West-  ��� School  Management committee today., increases   are   shown   for   Saskatche-
_    ,     .,      _        .   . .    _. . when   it   decided   upon   establishing  wan and Alherta.
n-_u.���*,_, Rpnarted in Distress. ,       f ,       ���        r    .*       , .-  m
ii i'. ii   moms  in   six   of   the   large-st ��� "
. .,_.      r*nc*.l Id      RILLS.
bit land sells at si\ hundred dolla ��
i li   ror   the   climate
J : juncture a '"an from
��� mtry tapa  you  on   the
j jtters ol  tl e Okana-
I the   Konti na.        He
;:. ated    lands,   developed
Jid undevi   iped; of high-tabled lands
fMvalle ere apples and peaches
ndance.     Those   >".i:,L-
c-oth and 11 .Bhlng fruits and the over-
bown .....',, are before you es
pltneases, and, once  convinced,  you
��ove on.   Wa I lng t'11 ough  the dairy
birrs,,;      ti ring by be horse-ring yo 1
notice tl..,- ���  e v.inncrs aie largely all
pel In British Columbia, thai the Ca-
lldian-bred classes contain the cham-
Kinship ;,..   als. and  upon  culisidera-
tion you     e  prune  to   remark    that
pish Columbia truly has great agn-
jsltural 1 isslbilltles.
Bul there is one thing you musl not
Ippect when you attend a British Co-
lumiiia                    .,���,)   ,|,;it   is   fine   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
u,:i' ������     if Mm rn with that e\pecta- | 
m you wlii surely be disappointed.                                           _
"���                t was   encountered   this              Dissolution  In Ten Days
�� ai ��� ,  \,.w Westminster Provin-     London, Nov. 7"  ',.,'_ .,,umt will
h\ Exhibition. There   was   a   grand  announced   oday tha   parllan ent w 11
fosplaj           ��� ,:���, agricultural prod- be dissolved Novwger U, thus insur
"tasnd       ... showing 6f UveatocK, ing a general election beron
mas. ���**************************%***********************%
!���'���''���   Eai li   ������ 1 every  day there was
  , :   p.���   *,���.    GhT of" the  Golden   West.-  and   will   condition  cf  the  crop  is' r^_n?S 60 st��,ed- ��� ,iu,e ",ore rain ""d a "tUe'
Forty  acres  of  lan.  at   Put   Me..- OW 0   the �����    pro_uction hero 98.40 per cent as compared with 93.61  Iegs gnmv
',.     r*, , last vear. I     He states that   n    he Kamloops dis-
n  din  Chicago. ,lasO ear   ^ ^ {M plrl|lghinp oom. JM states wa ^^    ^^     f^^
.,���,.   .   rENT   APIECE.          iplete.l   this   year   u��..-f��.���   ������-- .        Iatelv   between   tlie  government    anif
MEALS   A   CENT    AKitv,e. |i1     _    ,.,���������ori   fnr   |8   less   than    last   ___������..   , ���������Hore    hut   it   *x-:\a  ';e-
be
dowa, mostly cleared, was sold yester-
Iday through Mcdjuarrlq Bios, to Mrs.
IP.   E.   Herring,  of  Ibis  city,  for the
sum   of   $10,000      The   vendor   of   the
-. property is A. Le Lion.
About   twenty-five    acres     of    thi?
Chicago,   Nov.   IS���The   first   step
last vear. ,      , .       ,���,��� >    He states that in the KamloopB d
The ier cent of fall ploughing com-   ..^   the),e   hafl   |)ee_     F0���,e    (roub
plete.1   this   year   compared   win   w ]a(e,v   be(ween   tlle  government    at
area   planned   for   is   less   tnan   iw�� certain  il(),���esteaders,  but  it  was t
vear.   but   the   report   is   maae  ior a adjUBted and everything would I
.   ,        ,������r,n*   aorller.     the    pei       ���   , ,        ...    	
a      Vf neriod  one  month  earlier.    The   per
the    thousands    ol  ^"J, ��_��� mer fallowing Compared Jn
tidnster.
'lhe   father   was   over   here  yesterday tooling  for them and the police
weie   also   searching,     li   is   understood   tlie   lu'her   located     them   last i
night,  (ilthough  the  police  were  not 1
notified
Tho  pair c!  truant?  were seen by;
a  citizen on  Thursday  night and at]
that tia>e they asked for enough car
faie to take tbem t<> Sapperton.   The
little   giil   lias   run   away   before  and I Tolsto
gone to Sapperton,  where the family      Astopava
1 used to ii\e     ile last time she lelt 10:45 tonight C
'home she was firm',  wandering about   :,>i>Oited  U   I
'a cometory in Kni-pprton looking for
the . 1 me of a  Uu'o sister.
Earkent.ne Reported lit Distress.       ,. ^ -   gjx ��� . f ,
Seattle,   Nov.   18.���It    is    reported sc!)oolg    The C0���1M,ittee wil| mt the
here that the iron bar .entlne. Arqher        u w aIld ,bloud and butter.| - ��� --
bound   from   ��an     Francisco   to   Oak.,   ,   purp6sea to charge one cent fo^Two  Mulattoes   Captured   at   London
Harbor   Is  in distress off  Cape  Flat- f�� a      ^^  wil]  g        rved       h|    w ���    -
.���,;..      II-..   i. ; ,-n   has   not   been   con- d fc
OPIUM    AND    BOGUS    BILLS.
With  Outfit  in  Their  Possession
Son;  Ont..  Nov.   18.-A   clevei
working smoothly soon.
Failures  in  Canada.
Montreal.  Nov.  18.���Business    faif-
ures in Ctnada during the week ending November    1",    were    thirty-six.
j against thirty-one last week and tweu-
Ity-six   for  the    eonesponding    week
in 1909.
affected last night, when
ery.      ine   icum   1...0   ...
rflmed, but a tug has been dispatched .       . ,,,  .       ..,                     V             >                           ���    .
.   _     .           , grv child is without money, however, capture was aftecteci nisi uigui, ....v.,
l-> -   ���������������ii **>* tsatt     The children will _et  Detective     Xickle    anested     Waltei
from  here  to   rendei
assistance.
:,o ini-'edi
Distinguished Party Expected Here Next Week  _
Business Failures in States.
Xew York, Nov. IK.���Husiness failures In the United States for the
week ending November .17, were 24S
against 207 last week and 239 fer th��*.
corresponding week last year.
LONG MEMORY BRINGS
WOE TO FRIfND IN NEED
1 ' - Ill-ail""  "   D��.pit��  :l ���;         , ,���N.|;,j  ,������lf.t.. .|i��ii
;      .::.:y'^;:\:i:z, t^ju i��r..ST.'S
!       :'������""""' *w=^i?wrs^
of  now   Westminster mill packing. 6     ���' ; x
��� ���      Ives on  their exhibition, of the Orejion Ag icutt JJ1 ��   J
: 1 sue isful trom an lan ���' '��� ��� 7 ;;'',   '  v ; .,'',.  attends 1
mdpoint    In this thev era as well u_locai rar
ich  li. is due ti.,:;.-;-;;;^^^^..'JSo'uk.n ��p
.     '        .  their honest endeavors.11'51 "',-,'n   ,..,;���,   ,,.,.    been   the
" ' n,  ,i���e they   have   the  thoroughly,    o���^*^,, rruU clQw-
'    M -..ir,,,,.,    ,it    thn! clef   di.llcilItN    Willi
atmer
!:' 1
'   the   1 on. denee   of   the
Inspei tors
��� and  livestock   men. and   we ers,  ��'��>'">,.:   !��� 1 t! cens ire tbe
���,-    i:    " n be to the Interest cf '"*" I|U1U'.���'..> demonstraUons will
on management   to retain growers.    These je^n          *   goQj
���                  ���*  >"���"'   there   WRB f,0 l      Lv   he St should be. gia*
Issatlsfaption a-nong the | Idea of how the
''"    '���  ardlng the courtesy and *''���
'tion given them
ttCro:
��r not ,
contefti
!''
*\y thai
 NVh.eth."-
������ was cause  for this dis-
���'  Is not  for  us to   say.  but
"   the e\!.il Itor we should
e
lhe
District   Exhibits.
Pfirhni s  no one  feature  0
. ,    ni   "iei-..-   consequence
llibiM"M w:l\,.,.. trict   exhibits,
"',1U   __�� S��t honors, winning tho
 ��� ",-     V   I    hev' were only a few
ltl   T,       "1 ,0 m.po nna-,,ial pro-|Koo   sec::..  .   �� r ,,,,���,
i     '     '    ������ Westminster exhibition Points behind tne M   fl,
,,������'������������" 1 as an agricultural   edu- and Salmon Arm na  ^^  ^ )n
be  J'"" ll la Id be hoped It ever will ���. plays.    Thei���� okanagan
r n,,w'' t>s such. the centei of tbe ��ri ,.,n contl.
lJh,e "���' display is nn exhibition In ley, famous   re North
ttttpr"���;��I.lhe showing of apples stands  nenl ovtf��i
1 j    bn eder who goes to the
I .',.' I takes tl-e rlslt of bringing
Cel" ' ' ���      t" the  show'  should  ro-
,. ' ' et    ehc inragem'enl   froWi   the
1;      ' Manager Keary Is an ef-
iete, "   hut he should not be ham-
ti ,,, by stil.-igent rule.* and   regul
I
enfor
Pro
ten
sta'
~.~m
...       ,   ���"*-   nni..�� ll|g   Ol    lippiCM ��l��H'..s> ,.    ,,.,���.     I.
rpeil''nt"d In the history of the owna dUtrlot is
re Okanagan val-
^^___^^__   !,n co-iti
Its flne frill's.   The Kel-
esnectany  noted  for
Caller  at   Pclice  Station  Arrested  on
Charge of Purporting to Solemnize Marriage Year Ago. .f
V.'ul kin
e ' 111ii -���.
cn  ban. 1
Campbell
: Into the police station bnt
ee.jng t< get a friend out.
man cm\ ii 1 hls name as I..
was   recognize 1     by   I'liiet
Ince
'���nt
and  Slimmer
C  Arms'ron.,   	
fruit   culture   In   Oregon   varieties
suneiin- Its apples, botB      " JJ^j [, an ��t
*'  * (,f  that  distrlt
" or   fn.lt   culture   In   Oregon  varie.ie...    ��� ���  ������ of t!iat  tnsui   \   BoUon Row-Le�� �� """V, 1*
jy B. C. Roberts, also of Ore-,tenslv| <JJ*��tt enterprlslng  clti- 0eorse Bryc,t M. A., LL.D
ROYAL COMMISSION ON  TECHNICAL  EDUCATION.
Biadsliaw ami arrested on a charge alii osi  a vear old
On   1 ,���, ember   12,     1! 09,  Q   wartant
was     issued     for     James   Thoncisu.l.
c'.innie.i with purporting to solemnize a marriage. At the time of the alleged offence the facts weie not made
publis, but it Is now stated that the*
man, pretending to be a clergyman,
unite I In mania, e a local girl and a.
Varna uvi.'i man. After the fake Map-
ilv.e Th.. a '| son c'is: pleated and ovci-
since Luen the police have beea oi��
a isllll hunt  fir him
The   11 ��� ii 11 s  cesciii.tion  was  left  Im
the hands ol the pci'ce.   One of ida
(.eai.iiai iiies  "as  r. drooping eyelasli-
Wiien  Chii-f  I r.itl. hi w paw the moo.
.vim, by lhe way, Clime in to sen it' lio
cuutd get his f'lend .Morrison, charged..
wp.i   iai   cl.'oyilio  a  summons to ap-
peu1'   as   ii   v'ltes-,   cut   on   ball,  h��
r.'.ticel 1 lint  nt   hhu a drooptftg ejre-
luah     lie looked  11,' tho 'records and
found   thai   the   fOSTTlptlon    of-   the-
friend   In  need   ti. ned  in  every  par-
tic'ila1- with thut ot the wanted man.
The case will be called In the polk*'
court this morning, but will probably
be adjourned  until  witnesses can be
secured.
The offence with which Campbell Is-
charged   It-  a  very   serious one,    ""
if found guilty, he may serve'a
I ence of ecven years  In; tlio ���
ltlary.
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY,   NOVlMBER
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
JiOOMS WANTED���FOB^   GBNTLE-
'ci want lodgings with parlor and
l.a! i room (H. it t'.i, within ten
��� dilutes of city. State terms. No.
'.-. Dally News.
FROM THE TROPICS
Ito heal us,
���-...���.^ypp.j.-i
������' v. '.V \'J J*%'g
I VAX TIC II���POSITION ON FARM, 7
years exieiienre in general farming,     Address   H.   N.,    care    Daily
New: .
tVANTED���TO RENT, FIVE OR SIX
room house, furnished. Must ho
close to business district. State
1 rice and particulars.
News.
Hox M., Daily
THE DIARY Of A
i      PRETTY WISE KID
Call Boy's Jottings Down
Bespeak Some Knowledge
of Human Nature.
Seed 1'lant
nTCentrul America many natives are _   	
gathering the seeds of thisplant.Odron    fol. neariy a  week.
Ne wYork, Nov. is.���November is.
eight o'clock. This is a pretty hum
ipartment house.    Haven't  had a tip
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      lf  a   tip  was  to
..wv-rrn���.M \. T M\N^AS SOL1CI-   Seed, a rire medicine that hns valuable    come   auj    look    iue    in    the    face    I
tor.    Apply  Royal City  Dye Works, ; curative powers.    Bnt few drug stores    wouldn't  know  it.    Say,  is everyhod-
1 carry this seed, owing to the high cost    broke?
  ��� ; of the article. I    8:10-Apartment      a       telephoned
\   WA1TKKSS   AT   ROY-      Thu country Is a large consumer of    down to ask if their milk had come i
" '   '      Told  her  -No  mam."    She  said  that.!
was  funny.     I   said  "Yes,  mam.''      11
asked her if I should run out and get
her a  hottle  of  milk.    She said  she j
Columbia st
IA N TID        ^	
AL City  Hotel;  elde: ly person pie
ferred
tf
���WANTED���A FIRST CLASS FURNISHED room, with or without
board, Apply Box 81. Daily News
Offlce. _
this costly seed because it enters into
tha famous catarrh remedy, lVruua,
*uld the world over.
TEAMSTER WANTED TO DRIVE
vagon. Apply Jaaies and McClughan, Front St.
WANTED���BY A YOUNG SCOTCH-
n'an a position on a ranch. Apply
Box   lu   Daily   News  Office.
WANTED���A   CHILDREN'S   NURSE
for  four  months.    Apply  Mrs.    Dr.
dones. 4K  Royal avenue.
WANTED ���SMALL      RANCH,      IM-
proved,  with  buildings,  in  the vie
NAVAL   SERVICE   OF   CANADA.
Notice   Concerning   Tenders   for    Victuals   for  the   Naval   Service.
SEALED   TENDERS    addiessed   to.
the 'undersigned,   endorsed   "Tenders
for  Victuals"  and   accompanied  by  a
certified  cheque   for   10  her  cent   of
the amount of the tender, will be ie-  out ()f town
ceived   up  till   noon   on   Wednesaay, | phonea   her
wished I would. Ill wait a little-
while and then I'll take her ail's quart. !
Ought to get a quarter out of it any-;
how.
8:12���This is the litr.it. Took the
"dlk up to 61 and she gave me h cents.
9  cents.
8:15���A   party  has  just,  telephoned'
Mrs. Wallaby in 2i.   Her jiusband is j
Funny that nobody ever
when    her    husband    Isl
IF ^o why not invest your moYiey where it will, bring
the quickest and most profitable returns ?
PORT   MANN
Today   Offers   Both
CQ
November  30,  at  the   Department   of|home     Tho   party   asUed   her   **  she j
the   Naval   Service,   Ottawa,  for   the , wollItj iike t0 po to a s|���,w tbis even-
Bupply  of the  following commodities.  Jng    ,,e c.llIe(i 1;er gjSi but that don't'
to  be delivered  at  the  Naval   Dock-, g0 with ,ne    Wait tm , see her   May.
yards   at   Halifax,   N.   S.  and   Esqui-|be * won't i00j- a!  per ium| aIui  tlv
Fu.llnjalt,
���.   ,   .  of���       ���-.. ,,.,all, B.  C,  Beans,   (haricot)   Choco-,tQ gcftrB     tto ou, of her.
tatty of  New   Westminster.      tui j        Marmalade,   Meat.;    <rUy
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage "*. lCorned     1Jeef,    Mutton'
Land. 62  Hastings street east. H    -
^^^^^^^^^ Oh no!
All   the   men   bave   gone    to
t (preserved     luornen     neei,     ����"'���"'"��� I work now except 43, 62 and Mrs. Mun-
' J Brawn), Milk,    condensed.    Mustard, ney'S husband.   43 is out Of a job and
- Oatmeal, Marrowfat   Peas, Split Peas, j M|.g   jiunney-s husband has taken the
FOR  SALE.
.FOR BALE���FIVE-ROOM   COTTAGE,]    The peiiod  of  contract
modern, full-sized lots on Sixth ave- one year from December 1st, 191(
nue; good location.   Price $2300, oni  ���Forms of tender
easy teams.   Jos. Travers, Real Es-Ul.e undersigned
rue Auctioneer and Valuator, Wai-      ~~ '
ker Block, Columbia street.
Pepper.   Salt.   Suet,   Sugar,   Vinegar, j dog fo ra ^.a]k     , fee,  kindor   S0|TV
Tea. Coffee, Rice and Raisins. . for .,..     He.g cen.li:,i ���  looking seedy j]
land the super is up there all the time
dunning them for the rent.   There's a��!
2��
a
to  &
2
to be   for
may be had   from .
doctor up In H2.
I    9:30���I   have  just  been  calling   up
Unauthorized   publication   of   this|the boys     We ,iad Bome f.mcy Ume
Notice will not he paid for
G. J. DESBARATS.
FOR     SAL?:���SIX-ROOM      MODERN  Deputy Minister cf tie Naval Service,
cottage and large lot on Regina Bt.      Department  of  the   Naval   Service.
Ptice   $2650,   terms.     Jos.  Travers,  Ottawa,  October  25th,  1910.
Real Estate Auctioneer and Valuer,! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Walker  Block, Columbia street. !   ^=
| last night.   There was eight of us. I'll I
j have to fasten those seven phone -rails
I cn   somebody.     Let's   see���2d,   31,   42
FOR SALK���TWO    CORNER    LOTS;
on Tenth  avenue. $350 each. Apply   Notice
Box E., Daily News.
NAVAL     SERVICE      OF     CANADA.
'Continued on Pa. p. Tbieft.J
New Westminster
Mail Service
Concerning       Tenders       for
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^             Clothing and   Kit for the Searr.en
FOR   SAI.F-CHANCL   FOR   PORT j    gBALBD^TEND^S^Idd'ressed   to I Time - Time
Mann workmen;    comfortable   neat the    undersignedi endorsed "TendersI    of of
scow house, in very good condition, ^r clotw     and mv* accompanied by Arrival: Closing-
three rooms, etc.    Apply 208 Front le_ J* . cerUfied cheque ,__ 1Q  20:00_Unlted Stateg v._ Q p^09,nt-
street, l iy. Iner cent of tbe amount of the tender, (daily except Sunday).. 7:30
.will be received up till noon on Wed-j 8:30���Vancouver via B O. E. U.
November  30.  1910.  for   the | idaily except Sunday)..  7:30
ticulars   or 515
Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TBUMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots'     close '. nesday	
to tram.   Immediate possession. Ap- following contracts: 113:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R. ,
ply Owner, Box 279. City. ''    l-    For  u'e  supply   of���Boots.  Unl-| idaily except Sunday)..11:00'
 form Badges and Buttons. Underwear,  18:00���Vancouver via B  C   B  R
FOR  SALK  OR  RENT   BY  OWNER. Socks,   Stockings.   Jerseys.   Comfort-: idaily except  Sunday)..ic,;0ij
seven room modem hor.se on Fourth ets. Cholera   Belts.   Leggings.   White     8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R."
s'reet.    Apply on premises for par-   Shirts,    Collars.    Towels.    Blankets., idaily excepl  Sunday)..  7:30
Fouith street, New  Beds    Bed   Covers,   Knife   Lanyards, 13:00���Victoria  via   B.  C.   E.  R
Brushes   iTooth.   Hair,   Clothes     and; (dally  except   Sundayi     7-30
���    , ������ Boot), Combs (horn). 7:30���United States via O  N   R
pnnMc  ta   dpmt -'   Hlue   serte'   Duck'   Jean'   Drll,'; (dally except Sunday).. 7:30
^^^^rjlZ^r^JJt^Z^ ,1-iannel and shirting; in the piece,   v  15:00���United States via G  N  R
T() , .-T-'r-rnvmnFU immi   mn '���   ''"   For tfae makine; un of the follow (daily except Sunday)..16:00
TO Lbl���rLKMSIIh.D ROOM, COL- mg garments���Tunics, Serge Jumpeis  12:10���All   points   east   and   En-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.        i|With and wit)lout cuffs). Duck Jump- rope  (daily)' '     7--���
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT   lrB'  Tr��uaer.8.   'Duck'   S^e   ClothI 23:00���All points east"and"iu-
*polv 71[f Trew street Overcoats.    Monkey   Jackets,   Shirts,; rope  idaily)    15:15
 _ Flannel Undervests, Seamen's Collars, {12:10���Sapperton     and     Fraser
Mills      (dally      except
Sundayi       7:30
  ind      Fiaser
__- ._. one year from December 1st, 1910 for; mills       (dailv      evrent
10    RENT-NICELY    FURNISHED  Articles   In   Schedules   1   and    2   and! Sunday) *S-1R
room  suitable  for  two.    Handy  to from January 1st, 1911 for Articles :n 12:10-Coquitlam    (daVv'exceDt
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth Schedule 3. j Sunday) . P   ?.3l)
nr"f'> I     Forms of tender may be had  from 113:00���Central     Park     and    Ed-
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP- tt?r����^!E__?'      v.u    *i .    ��..   I mond3     (daily    excePt
ply    upstairs Trapp    block,    corner      ' ^* ?    h ��    ??    ��f    thi3L.on       Snnday)       11:00
;NotIce will not be paid for. |13:30��� East   Burnaby   and   Bur-
ROOM TO RUNT���A comfortable fur- Caps,   (round and  peaked). Cap Cov-,
nished   bedroom   suitable    for    two ers   Overalls,  (Combination Suits).
gentlemen.    Applv at 233 Sth St.      I    The   | eriod   of   contract  to   be   for j 20:00���Sapperton
OnitimM.   str��>. t oTir\ riarkson
G. J. DESBARATS,
|J
TO     RENT  -  FURNISHED     BED-. DeP,n>' Minister of the Naval Service
rooms.    703  Third   avenue.    Apply      Department  of  the  Naval   Service
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and .Ottawa, October 25th. 1910.
.5 p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
��� *tr������t.
LOtiT.
.LOST���A BROWN WATER SPANIEL
at   New   Westminster  tram  station
CITY    OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
qult'am   (daily     except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Tlmberland,     Strawberry
Hill   and   South  West-
.   minster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)      13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham Island   13:30
10:00���Annlevllle,  Sunbury (daily
except  Sunday    13:30
0 00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards        (Tuesday,
Thursday    and    Satur-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ day      13:301
walks,   paved    roadway,   boulevards,    9.00���Vancouver,    Piper's    Sid-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    and  storm  sewers   on   Third   Street |nR     vla    G.     N.     R.
i.OST���A    DIAMOND    SCAHF      PIN I from Royal Avenue to Sixth Avenue. (dally except Sunday) ..14:20
last    Saturday,     between      Baptist      And   that   the   said   work   shall   be | n :30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
church and Welsh's Grocery.   Kind-1 carried   out   In   accordance   with   the | (dally ercept Sunday)..15:00
provisions   of   the   "Local   Improve- U;30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thurs-
ment General  By-law 1909." dayi   Friday   and   Sat-
And the City Engineer and City As-1 day        15:00
LOST���ON SATURDAY, A CHEQUEiaesBor having  reported to the Coun- H;30���Tvnehead   (Tuesday   ancl
for  $13.50  cn   Koyal   Bank  of  Can- ell in accordance with the provisions J *   Friday)        15:00
ada.    Kindly leave same at 8(13 Co-J 0f   the   sail   by-law    upon    the    said; 8:30���Burnaby  Lake   (daily  ex-
Local  Improvement  Notice.
The Municipal Council of the   Corporation  of  the  City  of  New   West-
        t minster  having  by   resolution   deter-
on the night "of Saturday, Novem-1 mined and specified that it is desira-
ber uth. Dog had collar on when'b'e to carry out the following works,
last seen.    Reward for same.    Com-I^at ls to say:
municate with Hemphill Bros., Ltd.J T�� construct cement concrete side
4K, Loo Bldg., Vancouver.
ly leave same at C. A. Welsh's grocery store and receive reward.
lumbia stieet west and receive reward.
LOST���BLACK WAGON COVER,
waterproof, between Blackie street
and George Cunningham's blacksmith shop. Finder please notify
Daily   News.
works giving statements showing thej cept Sunday   16:00
amounts estimated to be chargeable ( ;o:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Hun-
against the various portions of ieal| tlngton, etc. (daily ex-
property to be benefited by the s iid | cept Sunday)      7:30
works and other particulars, and the 115:45���Crescent, White Rock and
NOTICE.
The undersigned    has    moved    his
���office   to   13Hi  Cariboo  street,  where
tie will conduct the real estate business under his own name.   The office
on Twelfth street Is for sale.
n   D   BOUHKE.
MILD    LIQUID   CURES   ECZEMA
said reports of the said City Engi
neer and City Assessor having been
adopted by the Council.
Notice ls hereby given tbat the
said reports are open for Inspection
at the ofllce 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
propeity assessed or charged In respect of such works, representing
at least one-half  in  value thereof Is
Blaine     (dally     except
Sunday)         7:30
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Kid ge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
15
P0RJ
14
MANN ���
18
Z.1
22
24
19
\t      MILES
17
16
W/J ,���
20
21
0
3
0
13
0
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2
3
3
This is the time to get a lot in a subdivision which,
as you will see by glancing at the map is in a most advantageous position on the East End. Only one half
mile from the river and close to where the first improvements are now being made by the Canadian
Northern Railway. The clearing is light; the ground
high and level and affords a beautiful view of the
Fraser River.
These Lots are telling at $4-50.00 and up, cn easy terms, which enabl
the wage earner, or man of limited means, to place his money where it will e
more money.    We will be pleased to talk it over with you.
ts,
am
MacCALLUM   BROS.
Smith Block
627 Columbia St.
Room 3
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation builder, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the    following    described
presented  to  the   Council   within  flf-[lands:
teen days from the date of the flrst I Commencing at a post marked "J.
publication of this notice the Coun-:D. Smith, 9. W. corner," at
cil will proceed with the 'proposed I thc northwest corner of pre-emp-
lmprovements under such terms and Ition. No. 2951, thence north
conditions as to tbe payment of thei about GO  chains more or less, to or
Skin  Sufferers!   Drop   Greasy   Salves
and   Nasty   Medicines.
That mild, soothing- liquid, 1). D, D.
'Prescription,   stops   tlie    awful    itch	
with  the  flrst  drops.    A prescription  cost   of such   Improvements   as   the near   Saklnaw   Lake,  thence  cast  (10
���f>t acknowledged  value. I Council   may   by   by-law  ln  that   be
Write  for  a  trial   bottle  today  to  half regulate and determine and also
���the D. D. Di Laboratories, Dept. N. M., to make assessment.
'49 Colborne Street, Toronto.    It will      Dated this 8th day of November A.
take  away  the  itch   right  away  and  D., 1910.
you  will   sleep  soundly.    We  assure i W.  A.  DUNCAN,
you personally of the merits of this City Clerk.
:��� remedy, for we KNOW. I    Date  of   flrst   publication   thu    9th
F, J. MACKENZIE, Druggist.       day of Xovember, 1910.
chains more or less, thence south SO
chains more or less, thence west 40
chains, moro or less, thence north 40
chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to the place of
commence n-ent.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20, 191C.
10UN FERDINAND B-ACC3,  6g?vt.
EVENING
CLOTHES
Did you ever have a touch of Evening Suit anxiety ? Pretty
fierce isn't it ? Our Evening Suits are above criticism. They
make a man feel his own worth, give him ease, spirit, confidence.
They impress others.
All the little details of elegance are worked into our Evening
Olotaes. They fit perfectly. You'll feel just a bit better than
the other fellow in one of our made-to-measure Evening Suits.
Dress Suits - - $25.00 to $32.50
Made-to-measure Dress Suits $30.00 to $55.00
Dress Vests        - - $2.50 to $5.00
All the correct things in Shirts, Ties. Collars and other Full
Dress haberdashery.
See Our CLOTHING DEMONSTRATOR in the Corner
Window   SATURDAY EVENING,   from   8:30   to 9:30
Reid & Co.
Store of Satisfaction
601 Columbia Street New Westminster
ADVERTISE   IN    THE   DAILY   NEWS
!;..v
4fc-JK, N0VEMBER
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRER.
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
THE
REV.     1RL     R.     HICKS
ALMANAC.
1911
Manufacturers and Deal* rs In All Kinds of
LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN
BOXES
FANCY
Sn.d work, fish
fURN FANCY GLASS
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
AND
Tl!.' v.i',. iii :;. nicks Almanac for
1911, thai guardian Angel in a hun-
dr< I thou 'inl homes, is now ready.
Nol many are now willing to bo withoul ii and the Rev, lil R. Hicks Mas-
��� WORD AND WORKS. The
��� are only ONE DOLLAR a year.
'i'i'- Almanac is 35c prepaid. No home
i- offlce should tall to send for them,
Nil WORKS PTJBLISH-
LOUIS,
The Diary oi A
| Pretly Wise Kid
(Continue l From Pa. e Two.)
nassKSSSBsanP
Your
.unity
Only 12,000 Shares of Stock in this company
out of the 30,000 allotted to the City of New
Westminster remains to be sold. This will not
last more than Fifteen Days. Don't miss this
opportunity.
THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what experts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
building ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout the province as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes ar d
untarnished reputations back of them.
We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Anv ideation You May
.esire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can ov- a home without paying
hip profits to others. Vou can select your owii o -ation, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.23 a share, par value $1.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS,  Secretary. THOMAS TAYLOR,  Manager.
KELLINGTON  BROTHERS, General Agents, New Westminster.
(.1
The Stock books are still open at Kellington Brothers' office     There are
ly 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottment.
Ihe Canadian Home Builders, Ltd,
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.   Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,   New Westminster
Telephone No. box)
and   4G   haven't   been    stuck    lately,
They'll do.
9:40 -A boy just   come with C, <>.
D, package tor 39.   He went back with
It,  too.    That's  twice  he's been.      I
in  .' 39 is hard up and I'll pul  the
Buper wise.
'.i: Tin���Mrs. Wherry has just, come
down, She does her Bhoppipg in ihe
morning- chucking a bluff that she
: keeps a girl, I guess. She's one ot
those who try to be affable to the
! hallboys, but I don't like them stingy
affable ways. 1 like the kind who
call you down bard and then tip you
because they spoke so sharp,
in���The  mis  man  says  39  told  him
they had no less change than a ?20
bill,    He said he could change it easy
and then they couldn't find it. They're
: broke, all right, up in 39,
10:15���Somebody   just   phoned   for
: Mrs.  Carney.    She  hasn't   give   me a
nickel Bine*  I've been here and she re-
porteJ me once for smoking cigarettes
."Who do you want?'   I asked, when
they phoned for her.    They sal I her
' nan e half a dozen times and then to
; hold   tne   wire  and   wh.n   thej    got
gi od and mad l asked i hem;  "i   she
the Janitor's wife?'   Then I bun;: up,
and if the) call up again I'll Bay that
i entral cul us off.
10; 1 (t���I have been looking over the
mall. The girl in 63 has got a new
fellow, He writes twice a day. works
in an Insurance company downtown,
and his name is Benson, Guess I'll
Bee him soon. There's a lawyer's letter for '���'���','. I never liked those people. 1 wish people would write their
posi cards plainer. 66 got Bbme tor-
eign post cards all written over with
������Wish you was with us," and "This Is
a lovely view." Somebody's trying to
make 66 ji al is, 1 guess, and from the
sour way they are looking lately 1
guess ii s working, t< o. A letter
i I Mi . Wallabj sealed with
red sealing wax. Looks funny to
me.
10:50���N w they are starting to
phone the stores If l was Mr. Tit'
son I'd buy a delicatessen store. He'd
tind ll pi i ��� ��� e ' in the end. llis bills
i iusl be a fright.* 1 don't believe Mrs.
T. ever c >oks anything^ and he's wea -
ins; his lasl wlnl r' hat. 13 ordi n I
four Going    s ime.     T ie.
Banksi ��� ��� ht     a pound I
chO] s.    What ������ the matter with I
to h avi
I an\ *
U ��� A new chai      isl  ca' te Eor 23:
It's  ii' ������     \'". en  i! ej       ived  In  and
o n th    .- i ' -
walk it   looki I    as if s   nebody    ha 1
<      ���      ti I      1   gui   -   the; '11
ting   in   the   new
and���
j    11:25 Hi d up '. I    ���
I co >e. Su ;i
Iti    enl    I wouldn't wond
gave a pa t;. anl held a reception ovei
thai gi ���    I air.
11:45���A  woman  (a-:ie in to see II
twe ha! any vacant aparl   ents. Showed  hi r the one i a  the   Qfth.      Sl e
asks how  much and  1 told her ,c7"  a
I   month.   She asked If we had anything
cheaper.     I   turned   to   her  slow    and
I haughty  and  said  "Mam?"  She asked
��� again.   "No Mam," says I. "Not in
this- bouse."    That  fl jed her.
11:20���Mrs. Tho:.-is, of 39, Just
came down, very excited. She liurriel
OUt and 1 saw she had the lawyer's
letter in her ban '. I wonder if her
husband's ii trouble. In jail! maybe.
He always had a bad eye to me. A
liallboy gets a good chance to study
human nkure and if those people
aren't in had. I miss my guess.
11^30���Mrs. Thomas came running
In with a handful of money. She told
me to ring up her husband downtown and she was in such a hurry she
j usetl my switchboard. "Hello, Jim'"
she shouts. "I got a letter from the
lawyers this morn ing and t'.ie estate
is settled at hist. They sent a check
for the first month. Sure I got it
cashed." She tipi e 1 me a dollar. 1
always knew those people were the
real thing.
11:45���Another fifteen minutes and
I'm through for the day. Me for the
ball garae t,lis afternoon, This dollar is too good to keep.
11:35���The doctor Just caaie down
fro-ii 62'where he's being all morning.
He had a grin on his face and he
hadn't got to the door yet when Mr.
Mallet, up I . 62, began telephoning
everybody that it was a bay. Say.
he's excite I. 1 guess I'll take bis mail
up  and   maybe   there'll   he   so nettling
for me.
12���Another dollar! Sty. it's a
great dav outsi 'o, to i. That's what
I've always Bald, yIf on treat everybody right, they'll treat you the same
wav. and there's nothing i.i this worl 1
that' pays a hallboy s i well as being
kind and gentle to the tenants who
are under hlm.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and lu London, Eng
land. New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issiicii. available with
correspondents in all parts of thr
world.
Savings Bank l)3rartinent���Deposits
received In sums of ?l and upward,
and interest allowei at 3 per cent, pei
innum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over   *186.000.000.00
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���flttce 'Pbone Ua.      Barn 'Ffcone 1WT>
Columbia Street.
Paggage    dellverea    promptly    .9
��ny  imrt ot  .he oHt
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRMH   OFPOT
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISi
PRINTING
Estimates
of
Given   on   Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Coni-
lany's wharf, Xew Westminster, with-
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fil-
iay and Sunday at 7 a. m.
rirst Class Passenger Accommodation*
30YAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
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THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never befoie been in a
position to do so, may
now be icady to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to nil such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
School Supplies
AND [EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
A T
OREY'S
as
6G5���Coluir.bia  Street���665
New Westminster, B. C.
oonl
**Ms*sa\*aWk*. HK. K5 ___UWa*M
EGGSt
Green Cut Bone to Make-
; Your   Chickens   Lav.
Savii
ts
llv,
a*r r A
Ir.teresl is paid cn
Balances ta f-yc
^Msiness   Accounts    cper.f.t'
oi iavotatle  lerir.s.    ::    ::
trXORFCRATED 1855
ASSETS3$48,ceo:ooo
Central Meat ?Mel
BOWELL  & CDDY
Corner   Eighth  St.  and   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
NEW   WESTMINSTE. ,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B.    C.
For all kinds ot
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
oear Tlte Daily News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
lu connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
"THE    ROYAL.   LINE."
XMAS   SAILINGS.
From Monti eai:
"Royal  Edward"    N��'-
"Royal Georse"   Nhv.
From Halifax:
������Uoyal Edward"   Dec
-Royal   George"    Dec.
"Royal  Edward"    Dec.
And Fortnightly thereafter,
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
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Gold Wanaea for Ladies from |^/5
np. _
Sliver Waiches,    gents*   open race.
|6_>0.
Stiver  Watches,  gents' open    c*s��;
{7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Klg3n
IVatches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
?wo Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery"
10
14
28
Most Direct Route to Bristol,  London
and the Continent.
TWENTY NEW CONVERT M=^
nprKd���Jr^^SZm, Mb*-** ***** *# *>**
Sf C^fcftft* "" 2 ^flf-
Prices, $1,900 to $2,500���Good Terms.   .
Bull, and Owned by N��lh���t MUbS & Ir.ur.^c^Company.    For S.l. I y
RI1ISH CANADIAN SECURITIES, LIMITED.
DOMINION TRUST BUILDING _^
Tickets and  Reservations from   TC. [
Goulet. C. P. R. agent, or write to Wm,
Stapleton,  General  Agent,  2J!7   Main |
stieet. Winnipeg.
HATT COOK
The  Potato Merchant and Auctioneer,
527   Front  St.,  Mew  Westminster.
Phone 55C.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,000.000
The Hank has L76 branches-,
extendiu. in Canada from tho
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also iin
Porto Rico, Trinidad. Btfham is,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issue;! with nil delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in  the Woi Id.
These   excellent   connection*
afford every banking facility.
New  Westminster  Br.inch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Weekday Schedule
7:20,
8:00
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 6:50,  C:20, 6:50,
8- 00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. ra.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,   6:50,  7:20.
and every lmlf hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults.  GOc;   children . under 12.  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a   ro   ami everv half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
everv half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday  Excursion Rates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 2;ic.
Freight Schedule���Ft eight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7-20 n. m.. 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20. I
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE. J
City Limits Llne~20-niiuute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. *
Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. ���
Sapperton  Line���20-mlnute  service from 0:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. ��
Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:>0 p.m. ���
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. |
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COAL
New
Wellington
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JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 346.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
J
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangsr*
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER
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Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
LEES LIMITED
Km A. Paige Managing  Director
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, ',910.
GREAT HIGHWAYS.
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE 73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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lt i? gratifying to s^e the question
.:>[ pood roads is coming m .re prominently to the front, and that the real
i value and importance of flrst class
Highway accommodation is being more
���nicely leeognlzed. Most of the older;
<;on-ntries are provided with splendid
public thoroughfares for wheel and j
.1 *ri��'stil:ii! traffic, both i:i the way of j
��� nain H.hways or trunk roads and by-
roads.
Tlie  importance  of  and   recognized
[necessity for such means of communication was recognized by ancient civ i- j
nations, the Romans being the great.
est  road     builders    tlie    world    has
lcnonti.   what i-\ move, the roads made i
toy tl.e-", well nigh two thousand years
.-since, remain as perfect highways to
this day.   The railways came long after the greal highways were made and
���^established   in  the    older    countries,'
wbicb   Cms,   whilst  enjoying  tbe  ad-
���___ivs of the Cheaper    and    more
speedy  means  cf communication  provided by the steam engine, and later
hy   the  electric  locomotive,    retained
lor   ordinary   purposes   of  travel  the
sincient highways tiiat extended from
��nd to end ar.d side to side of their
.territory.
Basse in  Canada,    t!:e    position  is
virtually  reversed.    Our country  has
l>fen opened up and develaped aimost |
entirely by the agency of the railway,
and good  roads  are  consequently    a:
minus quant ity, whilst great highways
_nre non existent.' Now. however, tbe
. ��e:l   value  ol  the   tranls   ioid  is   1 e-
coming recognized, mainly    owing to
the Increasing popularity cf the automobile.
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When quality is considered.
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SEE OUR ORCHID WINDOW !
ORCHID Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Cold
Cream, Face Cream, Almond Cream
Call and get a Free Sample before they are all gone.
I Ryall's Drug Store jl
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PHONE  57.
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
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CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are daily opening up new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCH KS, JEWELRY, etc., ever exhibited In New Westminster.
Now is the tinle'to, choose tha   article for an Xmas present.
We will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call and examine our stock now, when it is complete.
Ladies :
The Gollar Shoe is
the leader of style.
Seethe "VEL-OOZE
Shoe," shown only by
us. This is the newest
in Fine Footwear, as
seen in New York.
For the Young Lady
We have the
" PRETTY Shoe M
This is a high cut button shoe, with a patent
strap.   Something new.
Sold only by us.
Agents for Howard, Ball and  Longine Watches
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
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GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your > kitchen   things and \
make them wholesome and sanitary
.So-e ���������'Or.t'.iH ;:������') announcement w.s
mads that the Hon. T. Taylor, Minister of Public Works, had formulated
ii scheme for the construction cf a
main highway extending from the P.i-
������ti.lc (.cast through thla province and
thenoe through tlie prai.ie provinces.
Thip project, to which we gave our
liearly approval at the time, is now
lieing consider40 by the provinces of
.Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba,
and there is every reiison to believe |
that it will be carried out. Eventually, no doubt, this highway will extend to the Atlantic ocean and thus,
whi:.t providing a means of communication that will be commercially valuable will also open up to pleasure
travel tbe most beautiful parts of the
/country.
Lately there ha3 come to the fore a
proposal   to   construct   a   trunk   road
fro-n Northern  British    Columbia    to
Mexico In the south.   The scheme has
already been adopted by the states on
the other  side  of  the  boundary  line
(through which it will puss, and it now
remains   for  this   province  to  fall  In
)inr. and make this International highway possible.    This proposal came before  the   New   Westminster  board  of
trade on Thursday    evening,    In the
i':.i-'> of a    request   by    the    Surrey
board to endorse a resolution iir.it-i
injr governmenl  aid  for    opening up
and improving the Clover Valley road,
��� which it Is hoped, will form a section
*cf the. great highway.      The    board,
however, whilst agreeing that the gov-
_ernment should assist 111 the construction of a road that would form such
:a connection, declined to support the
*><'lo-\er  Valley   road   proposal   In   particular. In this they were acting wisely.    Though   the  Clover   Valley  road
.may  form  the  best  and   most  direct.
arotrte, it may also be that some other
'route will   ultimately  have to  be de-
i elided upon,    Yet thla Surrey road is
'undoubtedly a valuable means of local
i communication  and   whether  it Is in-
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep alter germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ I /
portions to cleanse j^JJifcA
easily, vigorously, J^ ~*
an d without harm to
fabric, utensil* or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins' do
your work.".  L,
Gentlemen :
Have you ever worn  the DOCTOR READ
Waterproof Cushion Sole Shce ?
If not, Why not ?
There is no such thing as comfort without them.
These can be bought only at
w. eTsinoair
Thc   Shoe   Man
629 COLUMBIA ST.     -     NEW WESTMINSTER
Made by THE  fit.   K.   FAIRBANK COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
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Look Up These Snaps
Modern T-rooni house in Sapperton,
one block from the car. on lot 50x180,
close to waterfront ajid Industries,
$2700, $500, balance arranged over
long period.
Close in lot on 12th street, $650,
$200 cash; balance In 6, 12 and IS
months.
Nine choice building lots [n the
west end. the coming residential district.; $600, one-quarter cash; balance
8, 12 and IS months.
A comfortable 5-room house on 13th
street, large lot with fruit trees ami
chicken house, $14H0; terms can be
arranged with small cash payment
down.
White. Shiles & Co.
628 and 746 Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
MARKET    !
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-OF THE-
LIBERAL ASSOCIATION
Nothing of unusual interest falls to
be recorded in connection with the
weekly market. On the whole, prices
tended to go below those ot last
week ,but so little as to make no appreciable difference to the retail buyer. The attendance was well up to
standard, and there was no lack of
buyers in any of the lines. A good
supply of vegetables came forward
an dt lie sales were fairly good. Flsh
2 and game of all kinds sold very read-
��� lly, and  the supply was rather under
J the demand.
:|     Heef was not so plentiful as It might
.have been, and was all sold, and the
* same may be said of lamb and mutton.
The supply of fowls  was abundant
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ATURDAY
PECIAL
The annual meeting of the Liberal
Association of New Westminster will
be held on November 24, at 8 p. tv.
at their club, over the News office.
Matters of great Importance and of
general interest will come before this
meeting. All Liberals cordially invited.
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SKIN SUFFERER SAYS
"IF I HAD ONLY KNOWN"
"If I had only known how quickly
Eczema can be cured, what long
��� corpornted In the international high- years cfAwful suffering It would have
way or not. It is to be hoped the gov- saved me," writes F.. A'. Will, of .506
�����irnm<;nl. may be prevailed upon to j Washington street, Sa;i Francisco.
��,\w adequate assistance towards Its This, after forty years of suffering
-���"������o'.icVi  needed improvement. and after using less than one bottle
J  and there was a good demand for hen.i
*   of  No.     I    (|fiality,    although    lower i
grades did not command the same attention. I
The  price  of  eggs  continues   flrm, j
and vendors  had no difficulty  in disposing of tlieir shipments.  Apples and
pears   appeared   In   larger   quantities
than  usual,  and  rather exceeded tho'
demand.
Official Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb..8 to 8V��c
Beef, forequarters, per lb 6 to 7c
Lamb, per lb 14c
Mutton,  per lb life
Veal, large   8 to !)c
      Veal, medium, per lb 10V_c to lie
"   Pork,  per-lb 12o
of the Oil of Wintergreen-Thyrnol D. Eggs,  wholesale,  per doz 55e
I). D. Prescription. EBgs,  retail,  per doz <;oc
Try at least a trial  bottle.    Write Gutter,  wholesale,  per  lb 30c
-������_���._��� Butter, retail, per lb *_c
tor It today to   the   D. D. D. Labora- FowI   pe,. do^ ,|ye $7 to $8
tories, Dept. N. M., 49 Colborno street, Chickens, per doz., live....$5 to $6,50
Toronto.    To our certain knowledge, Broilers, pei- doz $ Ito $5
D. D. D. Prescription always gives In- Ducks, per doz $ir>
stant relief���absolute relief Inside of Potatoes,  per  ton    $25
ten seconds! Apples, per box  ...- 75c to $1.25
FRANK MACKENZIE, Druggist.    Pears, per box   75c to $1
Men's Scotch Heather and Black Ribbed Hose, all sizes,
9 1-2 to 11
Price 25c
For Great Value, See our
Window.
J. EUGENE BROWN . CO.
618  Columbia   St.
BO CHONG
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Who has been ln the Tailor Business!
in Vancouver for a number of years.l
has opened up a similar business inl
this city. Latest fashions. S""s|
made to order. Fit guaranteed. Ptione|
54, or call at Kwdng Ou Wo UulldlM-f
*B? Columbia *ts**i.
R. T. PRINCE
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT]
and AUDITOR
Aoents for the   HALL SAFE. CO.
OFFICE:      Room   5,   Markel
Opposite City Hall
Phone L578.
Hl.n-k.
0, Box ":a
DrPRICES
Crl?mBaking Powderj
Made from cream of tartar derived
solely from grapes, the most delicious and healthful of all fruit acids.
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MBER   19,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
*X    J. Au     FIVE.
ipbRTS
L OROANIZEB NEXT WEEK
TORONTO   IS   WASTING
MONEY    HIRING    HORSES
Co onto   Nov
consldei
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CHURCH:
SERVICES !
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local Football Cir-
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Want i"1
clM_Meetlnfl  Soon
nil  the   *���������������������������������������������������������������������������
(Changet      i  this column must   Ik:
'   '   '' two statem,        ���    ., t< lephoned to, this ofiice by
R. C. Hat rls, propi The omission of
onei
Ci
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'      " i    copyh       ���:.=
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Brciet
,. iii  the    sportln
Westminster    is  the
a city
board  ol control  providi    |       io  (or
the purchase  of horses.    Mr,   Harris
I thai the owni i i ol thi  liot
''���''���'- ed .rn average ol ��� 153
ror the rent of tue hot
���������y Hii-i reeding the anJm.ia    in
Sunday, November 20.
>     TRINITY    CATHEDRAL*-
'    '' d'E is i     M  a. rector, Rev.
A , asslstani curate.
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,;   car shops are re-     Thl has been  broughl  up
- team  In the held  In council on various occasions bul no |,
,. one or two    olty action of any account bad ever  been
id  '
.ill be dis<-iis..-d  ami  sufficient  Id buy the
... ei enthusiasts      time
1 i
I ,   o.   two
s  all  thai   there  is
II '
in
i  the meeting    next
ome   more   ma
in   ta_,ei
VOTE   SUM
FOR
[Xteen   PAL���Rev- A- del). Owen, rector. Ser-
vlce in  n a in. and 7:30 p m.;    Sun-
Bchool al 2 30 p.m.; prayer meet-'
������ ���'   i '   "���'���   ' "-day  al  7:30,    at    the
Thornbur,    Morning sub-'
"| ibedlah, a Good Man in a Uif-
flculi  Position "    E ei ���        "Further
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CENSORS      ()t EEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
1 ���      ''. W   Brown   B.D., pastor   Ser-i
, , ��� . and   ; p.m.; Sunday'
0 p. a     Missionary annl-l
Pi let   bu        Nov.
with the  Bovei ;   oi   '' idget, as recei tlj conlli   ed
, enter the profea lon [1    the Czai  Nicholas, n n ""    ":   Osterhout,
a. e  and   would   be Hmate   I - ���        educational,am . ' ^ the  rn-,
B   ,  to pli '      '        have   be.       truck ' ' ��"M
S the Rovers have ���          The .       tional estimates  In- the evening.
SPECIAL
FOR
FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY
llW!
Have you heard
of the Drop ?
FINE JUICY
Ajax Brand
on outside place    '''   " subsidies to the i
��� ,,. ,,. ,���aiII   but .   the elementary and Sloyd Bcho       granl
���j cai vied into effect  1"'  aduli kindergarten
have   a   body
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ries. ��� ���- .
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ANDREW'S   PRESBYTERIAN
J,  S.  Henderson, pastor.   Ser-P
1  a,  in. and 7 p,  m.    Sabbath I
; Bll e i lass   ai    2 30 p.m.
"] I ���    Satisfying    Vision." j
Evei lng       "Men     Who    Are   Fully'
Awaki
Football   Fixtures.
I ��� tures ot the Si ho il
.   card toda). Bl   Louis
erton al Queens park
Lord  Kelvin ai.,i   bei n  made In the salaries
EbI [mi tea roT a sanatorlu       ���   ��� ���
sumptlves in Osterbothma, new lecture
Coi  t  e university, the completion nf roads In Lapland, already b<    worship:     Morning  Bervlce
.an. and  the widening of the Salma  evening,  7  p,  ni.;   Bible
canal, have also been brought dawn.  jSabbath school. 2:30 p.m
KNOX     PRESBYTERIAN���Rev.   E !
G.   Thompson,  M.A.,    pastor.    Public
11 ii.iil;
class und
Y. I'. S. C.
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18'/2 Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VH'Tultn  and   SEATTLE,2:00 p. m. Saturdays,
PRINCE. RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays.
STEWART and QUEEN QHARLOTTE ISLANDS���S. S. Prince
Albert, leaves Prince Rupert on arrival ot S. S. Prtnce Rupert, tor
Steyvart, and for Queen Charlotte City, Pacotl and Moresby Is'and
ports ai 10:00 p. in. Thursdays; and for Port Simpson, Kincolith and
ttMBet at. U>:0() p. m. Momlnys.daj s.
Sclid     vestibule     trains     of  coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago,   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   Niagara   Falls,   New  York, Toronto,  Montreal,   Portland,  Boston, etc.    Longest douole track railway
under  one  management  on  the American  continent.
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial  Accent.
Telephone 7100.    527 Granville'Street,   Vancouver.    Telephone  3060.
GENERAL   AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
On the bther hand an Increasi has E., Monday at . p.m.; prayer meeting,
and Lord Kelvin and been made In the salaries of gover- Wednesday, 8 p. m. Morning: "Over-
on Moody Square n ��������.. and In these ol senators in the coming Evil." ( Evening: "The Decay
e line-up of the teams  Economic department.    In addition a "' Home Lite.'
���  of  $26,872  is-  Bel   aside  fur press
iool     Maine, Smith, censors  one of whom is to be Btatlon-
m, Furness, Marsdale, ed In each town, anl whose work was
E   Furnea     Cassel-  to begin fro    ' i ' iher 1.
Llndsaj
��� i.iiiusii;         Central
I. -.. i    Padei.   McAlltsti i     v.
I Rolth, Stottai d   Slni lair, T.
II, 5olo  on,  Craig  and   Bur-
I
i. ���-..      Gulchon,
I . , Tedrow. A. Leon-
r.   ' S*              Fitzgerald, V  Swen-
j Igli and  M irrlson   Sap-
ten i was nol   available    in
I- ition     The    games
I. ell confesti d
Doing Better.
Winnipeg,  Nov,  19.���The Y. M.  C.
a   fund ti day reache I $219,000, leai
in . $130,0 io still i" be suhsci ibed
TENDERS.
IIC- . OL   GIRLS
F t. A.Y   HOCKEY   TODAY
SEALED   TENDERS    addiessed to
Tl,   s.- retai   , De] b ; i    ol  Indian
Affairs,   imaw...  and   marked  on  the
envelope "Tenders t ir Carcross Board
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bak
er, i astor.    Services    11 a.m.    and 7
p.m.    Sunday    school   at    2:30 p.m.
Midweek- prayer meeting on Wednes-i
day at eight o'clock.   Morning: "The1
Cross of Christ." Evening: "The Judgment "    Dr. Patten, of McGill University, will Bing a solo al each service. |
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
Si .vices   at   U   a.   m.   and   7   p.   m.
Bt ��� lay Bchool a! 2'JIO p. m, Mr. Gil-
���   ter hall, Vancouver,
wll Ipreach,
SAPPERTON    METHODIST ��� Rev.
E    I'.   Braden.   p Servl es     at
ll a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sun lay school at
2:30 p.m. Epwoith League on Monday
p. m.    Special  missionary  annl-
��� ���;..    in the morning Rev. C.  E
Manning  ot the    Methodist    Mission
s      Toronto    .will     pi ������ i h      The
PER POUND
Remember this cut is for
Friday and Saturday.
E. N. Sutherland H. V. Ardagh
City Property
Two full sized  lots on corner  with  six  room  house,  on  Third
avenue between Second and Third streets. Price $6,000 Good terms.
Port Mann
12 acres immediately adjoining the townsite and bein.   ia Section  2",,  Block   5,   North   Range - west.    Price $900 per acre.
This is the cheapest buy in this district today.
Burnaby
Lot  on  Third  avenue  within one block ot car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
\j* w*
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
i lockt ���   tean    of Van-
���isici  High schools "-_   y...,���.���������   vil  ,,,  ,,. eiVed   i       o evening service will be taken by Rev.
combat al  Moody .,,,,. F.,���.m���v .6, 1911. for the ,-.<������ ,   B   j0h.sori, late ot  the City  Mis-
��� ""   ;i'   UaU   ���' 6f a TrAme boarding i                 '��� sion.   Meftourne,  Australia,  and  now
ow1n"     u"      " near'Carcn is, Yukon Territory. ln rharc,   0f the Seymour Street Mis-
"'   Nt'w   w*8'   r plans  and  specifications    may    be Mo���    Vancouver.    Miss   Chastey   will
rtctorj    Co,I. Phyllh ���,,,,��� .��� ,,,,, offlcM ,��� r   y   Neelands, sjiu.  .��� th(, evening service.
��� tei   Laura Robertson, i_���no,,.,,,.  nf  Indian    AKencles,  Van-                                                          _
n;   halfback,    Maggie 2S5*W B DltSburnfttiped              8IXTH    AVENUE    METHQDKT-
������-,,,.  May   Kittson- %*���*  \Jwl"     Victoria:     R.     C. Kev. F. S. Okell. H. A., pastor. Services
Max-
An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the nnest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms,
A Small Fortune
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
Wiikii    Clara   Mav M'm���.    v..,,,������,  QoW  Commissioner, ��t 11 a.m    and   7   p.m.   Classmeet
"   VVUfcir      Mice   Corbett,,whReilOMe   Y   T       ho  Commissioner  'ng   a    lu   MU.     Sunday     school    at
emergency'!?  ?eTukon   Dawsoa    City,  Y. T., 2:30 .. m. Epworth league. Monday.,
"'���"   �����   "*   �����*'\?J%Tn*l    >H���in,     ----,   -^l-^rrL^^ul^^!
Carcross. VI. ������,���.���_.,i  led:   "Unsafe  Restin.    Places."
Each   tender  must   be   accompanied J
bv a marked cheque maBe payable to |    EDISON     THEATRE���Evangelistic
the undersigned  for a  sum equal to service at 3:30 p. m.    Rev. A. de B,
five pei   cent  of  the amount    of the Owen, speaker.
tendei      The cheque  will be forfeited
MORE  TIME   FOR   PLAY
AND    LESS    FOR
STUDIES
No\.   IS���When   the  cot
the University ol  McGill jf the rerson tendering decline to en-
aa. ��� hence ii will find an   tei   Into B contract   when  called upon
I '' proposition   confronting tl, ao so.   if the tender he hot accept
.     position   is   that   of    the  ,M|   the   cheque   will   be   returned.     In
the event of acceptance of tender the
I e for football or no toot- cheque will he bell until the contract
virtually   what,  tbe  football (s ptgned, when it will be rettr
I   nave to say.
tb&ll club will make ii re-
. ill   to  the   McQRl   Amateur
q
tory
CHCRCII OE ST. MARY THE VIR- .
Oln, Columbia street, Sapperton.
EAST BCRNA13Y METHODIST I
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and!
Third ii'-enue. T'urnaby. Rev. Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor. Public worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
school, 2:30 p. in. Prayer meeting.
Tuesday.  7:30  p.   ni.;   choir  practice,
association, with which it is ft���,'0vint of the contract,
I, that the latter organi/.a-
p to the corporation to al-
���* time foi  practice during the
ison,
has   heen   discussed    for
80 - by  the student   body.     A
; ' OD  was  laid,  and,  headed
or, the captain of the Mi-
' ball  club,  a  recommendation
forth today from the football
���    \    A   A. us Stilted above
r '   trouble  seems   to   be   thai   the
ittrlbute the lack of succes
tball   team  during   the   past
16  seasons  to  the  fuel   that
������lore with football   There
Baj  in effect, "Lectures al
���' time or no football."
The successful tenderer  will be re
ohm!  to furnish  a  bond  In sitisfae
equal to the   Thursday, 7:30 p.  rt.
I    FREE     METHODIST
Owing to special family circumstances demanding the money, six i'��
acre blocks iu sub-division of NW1?
of section Sl, township 2, containing
about l'7 acres, close to B. C. Electric railway, Scott >Road and Town
Line Koad, 15 minutes by tram from
Xew Westminster City, have been
put in our hands for quick sals.
Away Below the Market
Each block is divisible into twenty,
two full sized city lots. 132 lots in
all. There's a neat fortune in this
buy, at the price that town lots have
been selling in the vicinity.
See us about this and other city
.and suburban snaps at once, before
' tbey are snapped up.
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
I  1
I
sureties for a sum
Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
The unauthorised Insertion of this
advertisement   la  any   newspaper  will
',"  ������������* ���*���   j.  D.  M6LEAN,
Secretary.
Department   of   Indian   Affai-s
Ottawa. November 4, EM0.
NOTICE.
-    AND   DEER   MOVE
BECAUSE   OF   BIG   FIRE
' Ont., Nov. IS.���One tit-
lie big forest tires in Minn"
bei a an extensive Immigra-
ose and deer from the flro-
trlcts Into Canada, ln West-
a i 'oose are now reported
greater abunftaftcB than for
a past Indeed, so plentiful
*n  the   Immigration   of  tbem
Notice Is hereby    given   thai   Tbe
Kraser River Tannery. Umttad  a body
corporate,   incorporated   unde:     th
.���British   Columbia    <,,'""''",,"\,.N,���;
1897     and    Amendin.   Acts,    carrying
^'business m the  ^VUlsh
n-. .��no-te,   and  Province ot B lUrt
avlng appnefl to His Ex-
Governor   Genefal   In
the approval ot a certain
construction ol  **> i
shore     t
t ooiiioiia,
cellency,   tbe
011
"IV
the
the
and
ilnster and pro-
has
'h-' some have been reported killed
I,, ,.��� c .
"(
nnd  richt
distiict of New Westm.
vSceo   British Columbia, have   de-
Sted  With  the  Honorable the Min
se   of public Works at Ottawa, pans i
P. R. trains rtinnln_ tbrouRh    'f  ,,,,,.   wv,arves  which  they  propose
of !!i.4.:"f together with 6 descrip-1
thereof described
CHAPEL��� I
Eighth  street,    between    Third    and
Fourth aYonues.    Rev. C. S  McKinley
pastor.    Sunday  school,  I'I  a.m.;   ser-1
rice U a.m.:  cl?ss meeting, 12 a.m.;
prayer service. 7 p.m.;  sermon   7:301
p.m.:      mid-week      prayer     meeting.;
Thursday .   p.m.
CdLLINGWOOD METHODIST - \
Services at 11 a. ni. and 7 p. tu. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at S p.m. Dundonal.l school |
house: Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday;
school at 3 p.m. Rev. \V. Ewart .ones, I
pastor.
CHURCH   OF   CHRIST���305    Dur-l
ham.    Madison Wright, pica her, Sun
day   services,   ll   a.m.   and    7   p.m.
Week day service, every dry at S p.m.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHO
DI8T MISSION���Kev, Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at, 10 am.
Chinch service at 11 a.m.
j WEST J3NB PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth   street.     Uev.   .lames
', B.A.,   pastor.     Public   worship
j a.   tn.   and   7   p
site   for  the
on   the   southerly
Eraser      river,      situate
foreshore    of    blocks      A
being portions  Of Ids  seven    7)
,S1   group two  (21  in t tc  at 2:30 t>- m.
SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH.
n:
Bun lay
Ueid,
at 11
school
KENNEDY BROS., LTD.
.     .   Real Estate and Insurance.
Over Merchants  Bank, cor. Columbia
and  Begbie  Streets, New  Westminster, B. C.    Pbone 335.
Grand Masquerade
CARNIVAL
PYTHIAN !
RIIIM
RINK
Mon. Ev'g.
Nov. 21st
Contractors and
House Builders
_.im^^aammaaamaamma^^^aanaaai*m���m ^
\Ve liave a full   line   oi   tlie   Best
Builders Hardware in this City.
Before^Building See Us, as we [believe" we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.||
FiHh in Toronto Slutra.	
Toronto,  Nov.   18.���Fowl". ..Mipylns
��     looms, sixteen houses with one
y^'"' tap between tbem. fruit In tbe
'���   KagflB of decay, offered for sale,
big  ch,,drpn huddled together In one
a under a  heap of old  clothes and
, -'��� ��a their mother pathetlcallv  ex-
���  |
t
*\i
ir.
\i���.
to construct
Ulon of the full ��te ,
���   nnd��, and bave atsa
aupllcate of each In Hie
registrar of dee is for
Westminster, In
chapter    116    of tho
I'tor,
by metes and bo
deposited  a
office   of   tlte
the  District  of  New
Revised
    ���  ���. \ft       c hapi'r     ii"
was the only way to keep  ^totCB 0   Canadft,  WW.
'"'-.     houses    over-crowded, l8      ShITESTDE ft EOMONO?!.
'iffeient sexes eatlns, sleep-   ��� ��� ltora  f0T   Fraser  River Tannery
Hospital street���Andrew Orieve. pas
tor. Mornln. 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.
C.OSPFL HAM-���Comer of Sixth
avenue and Ninth stieet. FvangeliBt
J   J. Rouse will preach at 7 p.m.
INTKUNATIONAI. BIBLE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION' ��� Meetings
everv Sunday, 830 Fourth street, corner Fourth street and Seventh avenue, j
at 3 p. ni. Also on Thursdays at 8 ,
p. m.
Admission j
10c
Skates 25c
Prizes for Best Dressed Lady,
Best Dressed Gentleman and
Best Freak Costume.'
MARRIED.
����d iwtng ln the:::i:"':-:.-���.:. solicitors
Di
I
san'0 room. these
Borne of the examples cited  by
1 last lngs.    medical    health
of   life  In   tho
r,,y  '.-  d   '^millions
tlf  i". . n n,,rt,'ess  last nl.bt  before
riP,���     h   P'otestant   Benevolent    so-
Limited
bated at the City of Ne*W6��-,n
���    - of October
1910
ster this 27^ d��v^
^0VBRTI8C IN THE DMUY NEW��
Insurance
of All Kinds
1 write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' 'LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.
On    Wednesday,    16th    November,
1910,  at  Christ's Church, Vancouver,
B. C, by the Rev. C. C. Owen, Fre:l
_ .  Montier Goode, son of the late F. H.
"^77 "Want" ad In The News   It'^* of Australia, to Marguerite Alt-
will bring results. ������    |ken- daughter of William Goodfellow
������ '��� , of   New   Westminster,    and    late  of
Take the round trip on tbe Fraser  Shanghai, china,
river on Saturday.   Steamer Transfer      __..��__ ,   _,       ,. ,
leaves Brackinan-Ker's   wharf   at   2      Hong  Kong and  Shanghai    papers
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. ���"     pleafle copy. ,, .. J
Strongest Companies
Lowest Rates Best Security
GENERAL AGENT.
Alfred w. Mcleod;
i
;
-
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,
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NOVF.MBER 19   I
AUCTION      SALE      OF      TIMBER
BERTH    COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
Tlie right to cut timber under I-
cense on Berth No. 635, comprising
tbe following lands tn tbe Province
of British Columbia, will be offered
at public auction at tbe upset price of
{2,570.00, including cost of survey, at
. o'clock P. IU., on Wednesday the
28th of December next, at the office
of the Dominion 'limber Agent at
New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. G35, situated in
the Province of British Columbia,
comprising Section 28, Townsliip 39,
West of Coast, Meridian, containing
an area of C40 acres more or less, is
shown on plan of survey, signed by-
Mr. A. Lighthall, I). L. S., surveyed
in May, 11H0, and of record in the
Timber and Grazing Branch of the
Department of the Interior.
A license will not he issued until
tbe full amount of the purchase
pride, and the ground rental for the
first  year, have  been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate or
rental, etc., are contained in the Timber Regulations, a coin- of which may
be secured on application to the un
dersigned. or to the Crown Timbei
Agent  at   New  Westminster.
P.  G.  KKYKS,
(Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th, 1910.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
Take Notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, Ii. C, occupation,
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease add acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing af
a post planted 20d yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's Inlet, thence north 100
chains, thence west 50 chains, tlience
south 100 chains, tlience east 50
chains to post of commencement. Pur-
rose for which it Is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM KOI3ERT DICK.
Dated September 20th. 1910
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to
The Secretary, Depattment  of Indian
Affairs,   Ottawa,   and   marked  on  thei
envelope, "Tender for Alert Ray Girls' |
Homo,"  will   he  received  up  ti  noon,
December   30,   1010,   for   the   erection
of a  frame  boarding school    building
at   Aleit    Bay    (Cormorant    Island),
li. C.
Plans and s; eclffbatlons may bet
seen at the offices'of T. F. Neelands,
Inspector of Indian Agencies. Vancouver; W. E, Dlcliburn, Inspector it'
Indian Agencies, Vlctotii, and W. M.
Halliday, Indian A. ent. Alert Bay.
Each   tender   must,  he  accompanied
by a marked cheque male payable io j
the  undersigned   for  a  sum  equal   to
live per cent ol the amount of tendei-. .
The cheque  will  be  forfeited  If the
person tendering decline to. enter into!
a contract when called upon to do so.
If the  tender  be  not    accepted    the |
cheque will be returned.   In the event
of  acceptance   of   tender   the   cheque
will   be   heh!   until    the    contract   ts
signed, when it  will he returned.
The successful tenderer will be required to furnish  a  bond  in  satisfactory sureties  for a sum equal to thej
amount  of the contract.
The lowest or any tender not nece.5-,
jsarily accepted.
The  unauthorized  insertion  of this
[advertisement   in any newspaper will ;
not be paid for.
.1. D.  McLEAN,
Secretary.
Department  of Indian  Affairs,
Ottawa, October 26, 1910.
LAND     REGISTRY    ACT.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess  Si
Re an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section 11. townshfp 13,
New Westminster district. Whereas
proof of the loss of ceitificate of title
number 110S5F. issued In the name of
John Sweeny, has heen filed in this
offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one montli from
date of the first publication hereof, in
a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster. B. C, November 15, 1010.
NOTICE.
I
HOSPITAL
Westminster lVvate Hospital.
221! Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For fun her particulars apply to Hospital, 'lele-
plione 755.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Court of Revision of tiie list of liouse-
lholders entitled to vote in the City of
New Westminster, will sit at the City
Hall in the City of Xew Westminster,
Ii. ('.. on Tuesday the twenty-second
dav of November, 1910, at the hour of
in  o'clock  in  the  forenoon.
Dated  this   15th  dav  of  November,
1910.
W. A.  DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Walk Day Schedule.
Car g leave Vancouver for New West I
����� "busier . t a:50, C:50, 7:20 and SsOO
a.m., and every hall hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van |
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 anl
8:00 a.in., and every half hour there
after  until  11:00 y.ni.
S inday Schedule.
Cars ]. ave Vancouver tor New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at ";00 a.m., and ev��rv halt
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   nt   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave  Vancouver at 7  a.m. and
every hour until io p.m.
On   Sundays  care  leave  Westminster
at S a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
a. m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 10:30
a.m.;   arrives   Seattle  3:15   p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:30
p.m.;  arrives Seattle 0:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a. in.; 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 4:115 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 0:30 a.m.  -
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3'^  to 25 H. P.
2" and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
\._���
 J
G. N. R.-Port Guichon. j .���UITr
Leaves New Westminster daily, e*- W.   V.   WHI It,
cept   Sunday   from   bridge   passencer    Architect and Building Constructor,
station   8:60   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port      Specialist in Steel. Iteinforeed Con-
Oulchon 6130 p.m. crete and  Modern  Building Const, uo
Leaves   Tort   Oulchon   8:00   a. m. tlon,   Telephone 80G.
diiily, except Sunday;  arrives at New'   Room   1?   Dominion  ft;fi.t  Building.
Westminster bridge passenger station: mfw wf,tmin��ter
10:20 a.m. I
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   0:00   a.m;   arrives'
bridge passenger station, New Westminster,   10:20   a.m.   daily   execept
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Sunday.
Leaves   New   Westminster   bridge   Room 6,  Westminster Trust Building
paBsengfcr station 3:50 p.m.;   arrives
6unia's"8:"00 p.m'. daily e.rcept Sunday.
New Westminster, B. C.
*>hone 661 Residence  Phone 133
.ental
Lone veils her eyes to the
Imperfections of her idol,
And drinks deep draughts
From the fount of Trust.
-MUNYOS.
IP I ran inaugurate n great spirit of
clinrity, of sympathy and forgive'
ness throughout tbe world, 1 shall
have done much to- sweeten and
prolon. life, for as I have stated in previous articles, mosl troubles, most ailments and most sorrows arc caused by
distrust, selfishness and indifference,    I
will .o further I
believe that most
failures and most
crimes nre due to
this want of human sympathy.
Wc expect more
than we arc will-
in.   to (.'ive. We see
imperfections in
others,     but    nre
blind to our own defects.
Under   this    unnatural
condition   of   mind   qur
digestion   becomes    impaired, our nerves irritated, our me
vision  distorted  and our peace  of mind
destroyed, .,
Hopeism, which I am spreading nil
ever this country, menus Lovelsm, means
l'e'aceism. It means to get tbe most happiness out of life. II means the development of the God-like qualities that
are in man. f am g.nd tc ,- thai thn
doctrine is being received with sue h en-
thusKistn. From nil over the hind I am
receiving letters commending me for
holding "hoi the lantern of Hope.
My contention thai tlte lower bowel is
responsible for mosl of our ignoble
thoughts and deeds, for mos; of nu.
aches nnd pains, for our tempers and uncharitable nets, is being confirmed by
fraternity throughout the
civilized world.
If a man's hnivels
ore constipated, he
is bound to miIT't
with Indigestion,
biliousness, head*
nclics ncrvousnpfs
and general depression. Constipation
iiraiis poisoning the
blood and weakening 'every nerve
tissue. Il is thO
cause of skin 11 upturns r.ml sallow complexion. It dims
the eye and deadens the intellect. A
great writer once told me thai he always
flushed the lower bowel before he attempted to write. It mad him think
more.clearly and more strongly.
Munyon's Paw Paw Laxative Pills are
doing more to correct indigestion, liver
ailments and constipation than any remedy yet compounded. They are n.^i a
pwsative. They do not irritate the
nerves anil weaken the body, but they
do assi-t digestion, they do put a lazy
liver into activity, they do purify the
blood, and they do positively keep the
bowels clear, sani' n -��� id normal. They
habituate the b iw< ��� to aci n mi'.arlr,
without any foreign assistance. Thev q*i
get all thc nutriment out of the foi
that  is put  into the stomach;  thoreb:
CANADIA
PACIFIC
' WIT-
.CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
Arrivals.
10:30���Prom Vancouver and Agassiz.
12:10���From Montreal, Kootenay
and Okanagan.    (No, 97),
17:05���From Vancouver.    (No, 96).
Id:2d���From Seattle and Mission.
22:50���From   Montreal  and    Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Montreal.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No, 07).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal (No  96).
17:50���To Agassi'/, and Vancouver,
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
ED GOULET, Agent C.  P.  R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER, A.  G.  P. A���  Van
couver.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coasl SS.Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a. m    Dally
1:00 p.m    Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
110:00 a. m    Dally
11:00 p. m ....  Dally except Saturday
11:30 p. ni   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
!  2:00 p. in    Mondays
! 8'C0 a. in.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p. in    Kvery Saturday
TO   PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Kvery  Thursday  and  Sat.
TO  STEWART   (Portland  Canal).
11:00 p.m    Kvery  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver  leaves  New  Westminster 8  a. m.   Monday.   Wednesday  and
Fridays; leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday.    Thursday    and    Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
KD GOl'LKT,
Agent. New Westminster.
C.   R   FOSTER,
A. G. P. A , Vancouver.
FORS
BURNABY
Two acres,  one  block   from Sixtli  street   car line on
el belt
Ott   I
macadamized, containing ten lots with lane to bark
and 5;  highly cultivated, with fruit    trees,    strawberrh
-' '' who-,
bouse, etc. Lots 6, 7, 8, ll andlO have llghl elearln
otters an ideal Investment, Price for the ten lota
one-thfrd cash, balance 6, 12 and  is months,     Lois
separately  on   terma  to  he art. nged.     ' ~~���
ten -I
THE
PEOPLES' TRUST 0
LIMITED.
���.
T. H. McCORMICK, Mgr. Real Estate Departai
:enf,
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the ss. Transfer will leave I J
Ker  wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at  2 p.m., tor
Ladner,  Westham Island and Way Ports|
Returning  to   New   Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at ', a tn, and Ladneil
7:30 a.m.    Additional trip  Monday morning, leaving    Nevi     'estn
ster at 5 a.m.
etrengl hening
life.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
'_aurer>tic    Dec. 3
New tuple screw, 14,802 tans.
Canada    Dec. 10
Twin  screw, 514  teet long.
For rates, berth reservations, etc.,
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
.   Hilt Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
_
T. P. Morrison .1. II. Taylor
Pbone 624.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind. Prompt
attention to all orders. Contracts
negotiated,
8 Begbie St.       New Westminster. B.C
fi t dim*   t':ic   nerves.
I   dy and prolonpnj
Hire are four rem-
( '::��� s   that  1  want
the  public   to   v.?e,
with    the    distinct
understanding   that
n tin v . i    not pi r-
fcctly satisfied *\ th tli
results,   I    will refund
their money.
L want ev ry rheumatic to u- my Rheumatism Cure. It neutralizes the uric acul,
and ono bottle usd'al'y
takes away all aclii - and
pains. It contains no salicylic acid, no
morphine  or  ether  harmful  dru.s.
I want every person wh i is subject tn
colds to try Munvon's Cold Cure It
fives  almost  immediate  relief.
I want every person who suffer.- with
any kidney trouble, no matter how serious, or how many doctor's have failed
to cure, to fry my Kidney Remedy. One
or two bottles will take away tlie backaches, the ��rt. ary difficulties, the puffi.
ness under the eyes, swelling of the limb,
nnd toe general weal.n; : and lassitude
t_at ful'o-,? .,:��� 5   !-;-.j d,'S(,a,c.
I want all persons who puffer with
Piles, before tiny cone, nt to an operation of anv kind, or ufi? any more'ointments, or take any more medicine, to
try my Pile Ointment. Its remedial action of any kind, or use anv more oint-
r 25-cent tube of this ointment to cure
leases that tbe most celebrated spe-
(inlists in the land had been unable to
relieve.
In addition to the
above    four   remedies, Munyon's Homoeopathic     Home
Remedy .Company
put up specifics for
nearly    every    ailment.       They are
sold   by   nil   'druggists, mostly for ii."
cents per vial. They
nre       absolutely
harmless   and   are
from the formulas
of the most celebratul specialists of tho
world.
_   MCXVON-P DOCTOUS FREE,
There   are   thousands   of   people   who
feel  that   they  would  llie  to  cnnsnlt  n
doctor  before   tnKinj{  medicine.     To  accommodate this class, I  lmve physicians
who make examination  and  give advice
without   charge.     You   can't   pap   them
a   penny   for   their  serviei s.     ^ ou   will
receive the same careful, painstaking c*.
animation as if you paid them .$5, nnd
you   will   not   be   expected   to   buy   one
penny's worth of medicine.
MUNYON.
1805  Arch  Street.
No coarseness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Fine and pure
as newly-fallen snow���so rich in
delicious savour, once u:ed, always
used.
152
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For fn I
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEW
IT   WILL   BRING   RESULT
-5      ..** Tf/M.M**'
��ftArtt*WT.**��*_
Specials for Saturd
These few lines we have selected to clear and      | __
have marked them regardless of what they cost
Heavy Wool Shirts
and Drawers
Odd Sizes
Regular $1.00 and $1.25
75c each
Tweed Suits
AU Sizes
$12.00
USE ONLY TNE BEST
liium!
PERFUMED
LYE
is toe standard article
READY FOR USE,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
Formailing soap, softening water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
���Inks, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
equal* 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLO  EVERYWHERE.
lE.W.GILLETTOTtfS
TORONTO.OHT. I
Fancy
Sweaters
Pure Wool,
$2.50jend .3.C0 Gccds
$2.00 each
Working
Pants
Warm and Strong
$1.50
Boys' Suits
Sizes 24 to 2S
$2.90
Boys' Suits
Sizes 29 to 32
$3.90
Fancy Striped
Underwear
90c Suit
��k hiROAV.
N0VE^ER  19'   191��-
THE DAILY NEWS.
L��
^
T.ND^S-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
i.ED
,,,s Rddresaed to
��� a,���'i":r imenl nt ind an
Wg narked  on   the
���   oi- arcroaa B -d-
.. ���������ii''1" ie elved   1*1* io
I ^fortheerec
i -��� ^:""1 bullJ
ida
(ran'.'" .��� Territory.
i, [0nB    may    be
[*f���d    ' T  K. Neelanda,
, agencies.   Van-
t ,rn, luwectpr oi
C \V '��� vici (.iin-.      R-     ( ���
��''"  i. ��������� ;' | comriiiBBlonei',
,  Commissions.
l***.!�������������� oa  l ",;.,'��� ���:,'
.lining    u<''" ���   '
lUAitl) OP TRADE���NEW WEST'
minster Board ol Trade meets in t'w-
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third 'l inn- 'l t> ol ��� ach month;
quarterly meeting on the third
Thursday ol February, May, August
ancl November, at -n p.m. Annual
mee Inga on the third Thursday ul
February. New members may bi
proposed and i lected at any month
lv or quarterlj meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wa le, secretary.
AEROPLANES
IN BELIE FRANCE
Variety of Design Shows
Republic in Van of Aerial
Navigation.
EXIT   "HOBBLE"   SKIRT.
Paris. Nov, IS^e "hobble" .KM
is dead in Paris, ll bas been killed
b5 a succession ol accidents.
During the lasl fen week, ladies
wearing this peculiar costume^ have
fallen so often and so awkwardly that
: evei'Ai arms and leys have bi en
bi il en, and the Parlslenne has now
deflnitelj decided against the "hobble" Bkirt.
Ker de ision has broughl with It .i
curious   little   crisis   ln   the   second-
upwards���but there
varying from   is.
The   "mldlnettes"���or   dressmakers.',
iiinl milliners' assistants ���who are (lie
UBUal customers, nre just as careful
of their limbs ns other persons, and
i er  ae luuu  	
���urlous   Uric   crisis   i.i   the   Becond-Iof their lr-ms us nm,,
hand clothes trade,   \t the old clothes ithe probable fate of bales of "hobble'
market   in  the Temple, thousands   of skirts  wlll before long be export to
"hobble" skins are on sale at prices the colo'-.leH      ^^^
accompanied
made payable to
a  sum  equal  to
��� mount    of the
, yak"'1
wff.Rf
!Rier' must *
 
, ndi           ,he omouin.    ����� *..-,
Ver cenl '      ,   ,.,��� be forfeited
��Jr   !              ins decline to en-
\  ���.            '  %Z called upon
m\fZ    ndevbe.nol accept-
,jr.   Bl           .���. returned.    In
ii. of tender��� the
i until the contracl
mw*'i!1      m will i"1 returned
tyr* :> ��->ta ,h"
.,-      '    Render not necs
Clowes! o    i
ed insertion  of thli
an,   newspaper     "
WHITESIDE fi EDMONDS, BAHK1B
t.rs ami solicitors, Westminster
Trust Hlock. Columbia Btreet, New
Westminster, W. J. Whiteside. H
L. Edmonds.
Pai Is, Nov. is.���The French repub:
lie withoul doubt, leads the world in
aviation. In Tails it is so common
to see aerial '-ran of one type or art
I other in operation, that it no longei
WADE
WHEALLER. McQUARRlE & "''"'^ UDU8Ual """'"^
- i   ....ii..!.���,.���    cases,   nol   unicli   nmie
and, In many
   R. M^"*1""18 ��� leases  not much mme  than  ordinar
MARTIN   Barristers and Sollcltoi 8. aviation show
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8 comment. At the recenl avian   .
Oulchon block  corner Columbia and in Paris there was a remarkably va
McKenzie   Btreets;    Vancouver   ot-  rtety ()f aerlal  craft, while   the   ad-
Bces,   Williams   building,  41   Gran !,..,. lh;U ha8 ,���,,,��� made In the gen
vllle   street.    F. C.   Wade,  K.  *-", \ .     _^_  _. _...., ���i,i���.u i
A  Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin. | startling
construction ot such m ichlnes is
Columbia   Bt
wlll
Biertis
P��ld ''      |   ii.  McLEAN,
Secretary,
dlan  Affairs,
mbei 4. 1910-
NOTICE.
I.
Instead of wiai ma   now be i
ditor AnuHi.ouul.,n, ..  aa  ,|)(,  comparatively  crudi   n-u
I. PRINCE, experl accountant and '"nines ol '..' year' there wen. t. h��
Agent  for the Hall   Safe  seen examplei of planes and ball)ina
  '   Market Block, ,,,,���.h i,.wmi| wll.��� ,lu, conception ol
last year si >ed possible,   Dozens of
aeroplanes   ol   practical    makes    un
known outside Ol   Fiances weie lo  be
seen, ihns Bhowlng the progress that
the manufacture ol such machines ba*
made.
Among the unusual appearing   "u
chines was a moi plane with a Ran
shaped "chassis having two propel
lera situated Letween the wings an*
the tail, a blp1 u ��� wiih planes shaped
audit or^^^^^^
Co Office, room
oppOBlte City   Hall
��� : ,       Mione   l ;.!**.
11. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AM'
Accountant. Tel. it 128. Koom
Trapp hlock.
Miss  M. BROTEN,   public   stenogra
pher;   specifications,   husiness   lei
tei.,    etc.;    circular    work    taken
pi one   415.    Rear   of   Major
Savage's offlce, Colnmbia St
GlPfORD'S
���ftrtlce is he      ���    -'    ;n.tod ;i
���       ' rrayted    under
EfcSSSta    Companies
that    The
. body
the
and  .\   ��� ndlng Acts." carrying
... the   District  of  New
I  Province  of  Hritish
I applied '���! His Ex-
tin    Governor    General   in i
approval of a certain
I,         .     nstructlon  of wharves
I                 ���   ly    shore      of      the'
hu         .  .      situate      on      the
|a              docks   "A." "H."   end
.' bein- porl .ns of lots sc.en 171
(I.    .             roup two   i-i  in tlie
I                     Westminster and pro-
Columbia, have   de-
:                  .   Honorable the Min-
.Vorkfl at Ottawa, plans m 
which they  propose  WESTMINSTER.
-JCODStl             .-her  wiili  a  descrlp-|    Co..  hank, OfU
I-..-  Ithi full Bite thereof described
I                       nds, and have also
I'-                    ite ol  each In the
1 '                reglsti at   ot   deeds  for
���  New Westminster, lo
!| the said works are pro
pi nstrui ted, In accordance
I Irements of section 7   it
\\ liters      l'lole   Ll m
115   of the   Revised
**t ��� nada, 1906.
DE fi EDMONDS,
Kiaser   River  Tannery
Limited.     M	
e I'i'y of  New Westmiu
h .lay of October   1910
en.   ���
,m,l  like arcs of a circle, Hie uppe- ones I
urved downwarl   and the lowe.-  uies
Upwards,  tO  'a. ;'. tlieie
LIQUOR   LICENSE  APPLICATION.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at tlie next sitting of
the Licensing Hoard for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises knoWn as the Royal City
Hotel, situated corner of Customs
House  Square  and  Columbia    street
          j In the said    City of  New  Westmins
biv.sisoN ��J~aYunu. FISH. FRUIT.|ter.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block, l E. FALCH.
next to Hank of Montreal. [New Westminster, Nov. 15, 1910.
WHITE,  SHILES  & CO
*ea,   Kstate  and   Insurance  Agent*-
pity,  farm  nnd   snn��ru"��  ��
628 and 74G Columbia St.
Berry   Spoons,   regular
(special)  sale price   . .
Gravy    Ladles,    regular    $2.50,
sale price  $1.50
Jelly Spoons, regular $2,00, sale
price    $L50
Tea Spoons, regular
price   	
$4.5!
T
Twice given is silverware
triat alter long years ol service
will continue to please with its
s-uiai    beauty and uselulness.  To be
$loo   assured ol getting silver possessing these qualities, ask lor
"1847
ROGERS BROS"
We carry a lull line ol this
lamous silverware, each piece
ol which is up to the very high
standard suggested by the title
"Silver Plate that Wears,' *
earned by over 60 years ol
painstaking ellort to produce
Clearance
SALE
Knives and Forks, half dozen
each, regular ST.aO, sale price
 $5.50
Sterling Tea Spoons, $1.00 tbe
half dozen in box, i Hurry before tliey all go).
^'le   painstaking ettort lo proauw
$3.50   tbe best in quality and design.
!���������Ts���'flTfrr"
Child's Sets, Knife, Vork and
spoon, a good variety to choose
from at reduced prices.
Fruit. Knives, Carvers, Pie
Knives, Nut Crackers, Sugar
Tongs, Hahy Spoons, and other
things too numerous to mention
here.
Call and we will be pleased to
stiov/ you the goods.
Remember every piece Is absolutely guaranteed.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 In
mate, turnip.    3-^U^ventb premises known as the Depot.Hotel,
nrlrtor.      NSor^:nC"r^-5i  ftton.   situated  on  corner of  Co umbla,u*A\
_nd car Une-     P. O. box 26*. t       ^ st,w,s   in Ull. Baid    citj  of
4T3.  iNew Westminster. WISE,    i
New Westminster, Nov. ir>, HU0.
    uotpi    ��� COLUMBIA   Sl
KSe?8    Newest and most np-to
,        h,  the citv.    Tei...s moderate
LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION.
CITY' OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
tion.    Terms moderate.    MCL*oa  <*���
Wm kins, proprietors
tlon for the potion of C1J
I      ���:M;:;:dri.N--n|coAST
:    : Js "o state  salary  reip-ired
W"   A   DVXAClerK.
Clt]  Hall, November  8th, *���*���***'
NOT1C.K is hereby given thai I intend to apply at tlie next sitting of
the Licensing Hoard for the City if
New Westminster for a transfer and
renewal of license to sell liquors by
retail on tlie premises known as the
Cosmopolitan Hotel, situate on Columbia  street,  opposite  C.  P.   H.  de-
         pot, in the said city of New Westmin-
LABOR    AGENTSl    MANA later.
per O. .1. Sykes), 62 Towell  street J. 1"). B. McDONALD.
Vancouver.     Phone   3575.     Prompt 1 New Westminster, Nov. 15, 1010.
attention   given   to   all   orders   for ���.
male   help.     Hing   us   up,   wire  or  ~        ~	
write If unable to visit us. 1  LIQUOR  LICENSE  APPLICATION.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
District ot N^"We,tm,n$t!,r;hert
TAKE noUce that I. William Rohert
Dick, of Vancouver. B. C. OCOUpatiM
real estate dealer. Intend to aPf'y
permission to purchase the following
describe.! lands: i^nt^d
Commencing   at     a     post     ,-*���\?A
about twenty chains north from   tne
wuthwest  corner  of    Timher     *"*.
M7RJ. Texada  Island,    thence    WW
. eighty chains, thence    south    eignt>
chains, i hence    east    eighty    ch.i n��.
thence north eighty chains tc.point ot
commencement, containing *.w aclKS
no'e or n'ss.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Vam iuver, B. C, September B, i-'t��
********W******ia*i   am  m     ****,   ,
Bridge Street and
King Edward Avenue
Vancouver, B. C-
Harry T. Devine
begs to announce that he has received instructions from the
Canadian Pacific Railv/ay Company
to sell by
PUBLIC AUCTION
Monday, November 21st, 1910, at]10 o'clock a.m.
in] Pender Hall, Cor. Pender and Howe Sts.
ABOUT 359 LOTS in that portion of District 526 bounded on the north by
20th|Avenue, bn the south by 25th Avenue, on the east by Ontario Street,
and on the west by Oak Street.
The following are the blocks and lots:
���    .   im.   nr.    rpcordlng secretary
Coatham. P.O.   "eorai.ng
j    \v.   MacDonald,   financial
tan
***********
New Westminster Land District
trlct of  New  Westminster. I
Take noiicc   that John    WrtJWlt
Bagga  ol Nelson    Island,   occupation\*
larmer, intends to apply for perm is-. x
alon m imrcliase  the    following    ��'���  t
scii!"'(l lan4��: ..-���.ii ���
menclng    at    a   poat   plwted X
Sbout   one   mile northeast   from u.e,��
itfr\\ ol  Hillings  bay, an'
chain- easterly  from    the
corn.- o( timber  lot    number
thence north  40  chains, thence  east
40 chains, thence    sontl    40  chains,
thence west  40   chains to  point    m
commencement,   containing  160   acres
more or less. ���.r-na
JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGUS.
Dated August 29. 1010,
FOR  QUICK  SALE    '
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting
on Fraser Rivpr. A very choice tract at a genuine
snap.    Price and terms given on application to the
Bt trom cu ���   Movius Land and Loan Co.
e Southeast f Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A. [
Block 581. lots 1,
lfi, 10, 20, 29, 30.
Block 582, lots 5, 6, 9. 10. 13, 14, 21,
22, 25, 26, 29, 30, 35, 36.
Block 583, lots 3, 4,  11. 12, 15,  lfi,
19, 20, 23, .24, 27, 28, 31, 32.
Bhck 584, lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11. 12, 19,
20, 23, 24, 27, 28, 31. 32
Block 601, lots 1, 2. 5, fi. 0. 10. 13,
14. 17, 18, 21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 30.
Block fi02  lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 13, 14, 17,
15, 21, 22, 25, 2G, 29, 30, 36, 36.
Block fi03, lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19,
20, 23; 24. 27. 28, 31, 32.
Hlock 604, lots 3. 4, 7. 8, 11,
20, 26, 26, 27. 28, 31, 32.
Block 621, lots 3, 4. 8, 9, 14
19, 22, 23, 26, 27, 30, 31.
Hlock 622, lots 5, fi, 13,  14
21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 30, 36, 36,
South Vancouver
5, fi, 11, 12. 15'
8, 11, 12
17,
15,
12, 19,
. 15, 18,
17.  18.
Block 623   lots 3. 4
18, 23, 24, 27, 28, 31, 32.
Block 624, lots 1, 2, 7, 8, 11, 12
lfi,  19,  20, 23, 24, 29, 30.
Block 661, lots  5, 6,  16, 17, 22
Block 662, lots 1, 2, 5,
14. 17, 18, 23. 24, 27, 28.
Block 6fi3. lots 3, 4, 7, 8,
lfi,  21, 22,  25, 27.
Block fifil. lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15,
lfi.  20,  23.  21.
Block 681, lots 1, 2, 6, 7, 12, 13, lfi,
17,  20, 21, 24   26, 27.
Block 682, lots 1, 2, 5 7, 8, 11, 12, 1"..
16,  21, 22, 25,  2t'., 2'.t, 30.
Block i:*.'-'.. lots 2. 4, 7. 10, ll, 14, 15,
15. 19, 24, 25. 26, 27.
Block 684, lots 3, 5, fi
16, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26.
9, 10, 13.
11, 12, 15,
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8, 11, 12. ^*-
Point Grey
4, 6.
Block 580A. lots 1, 2. 4. 5.
Block 600A, lots 1, 2, 3, f*.
Block 620 A, lots 3, fi, 7, 11, 12, 13,
Btock 658, lots 1, 2, :!, ti, 13, 14, 17,
18.
Block 669, lots 3, 4. 7, 8, 13, 14, 17.
Block fifiO, lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 10, 11, 14,
15. 19, 20, 26, 29, 32,
10, 13, 11,
10, 17, 18,
Block fi77, lot3 I
17, 18, 23, 24. 25
Block 678, lots 3, ., ��,
Vock 679. lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 13. 14, 10,
2��B,ock 680, lots 8, 4, li 15, 16, 20, 21,
28, 29, 33, 34.
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...mmx.     We have ||  at b per cent-it 11.���      Th      nd Dollars. *$#��       _         . those on
Take notice that I, William  Robert
Dick, of Vancouver.  B.C., occupation]
teal estate dealer. Intend to apply r��' ,
permission to lease 200 acres of lano
bounded as follows:    Commencing ac,
8 Post planted at tbe east side or ino
ettren-.e head  of tbe north    an"    ol I
pTalney's Inlet, thence east 40 cnaina,
wienca south  50  chains, thence  wes*
4" ''haina, thence north 50 chains to
Post   or commencen ent.   Purpose toi
"btch it is required, quarrying
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK-
ADVERTISE IN THE OAlLY NEWS.
iu��t received^PiSIH^ -���".
mak:����uo.    AU"1
^��|om�� ?��K^Sth9exoeptioii of those on
feS^ TW�� "
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ang
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House
617 Columbia Street
King ruuwttiu ����*.���,
Dollars can be erected.   ^���|^^^M^n^BU
Plans and further particulars*can be obtained fr^m
HARRY T. DEVINE, A. H. NICHOL,
Auctioneer, .    *^***********\*\*\\\\\m   Townsite Agent,
437 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B. C. n ��
,ara.m,
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY,  N'QVcr
'BER
City News
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Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves und brings out natural beauty of
the wood, it produces a rich, artistic
finish, to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better it is thun any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
ts "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Use it on your Moors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for all dancing floors.
You can . et Johnson s free book. The
Proper Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
and Furniture" and these preparations of
ANDERSON & LUSBY [
COLUMBIA STREET.
Mis. G. E. Drew will not receive on nothing definite ean he learned re-
Monday, nor until after tlie New Year, garding the proceedings, it is understood that the coming civic elections
Mrs.  Ernest  A.  Paige,  who a  f .w wele ti,e subject of a good  deal  of
days ago underwent a serious opera- clisscniisioii.   There is no intention on
tio.i ut Hie .oval Columbian hospital. the  pa,.t 0f  _e  ieague  to  nominate
is   progressing   satisfactorily   towards t.ailtii<lates. and until tlie nominations
complete re. over..
One of tlie  patients  at  the asylum
r
are completed it   will  not he decided
died }i'it(u'ay.
TlL
curled loJay, the funeral taking place
whom the members will be advised to
will ie BUPP��rt>   At tlie meetlng the executive
officers of tlie league were re-elected
from    the    undertaking
Murchie and Sons.
for another term.
The provincial police were
ixieate
horse.   Constable his-
parlors    of
Christ Church, Vancouver, was the
notified scene   of  an   interesting  wedding  on
yesterday   that  an   Intoxicated   negro
was abusing
ter was sent
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
Wednesday last, when Marguerite Alt-
ken Goodfellow, daughter of William
,;,_ iGoodfellow, of New Westminster, and
.cross the rjver to the    . shanghai, was married to
scene of the dime to see what caused L,red Mont|e,. Goo(,e     T])0 hrldeaniM
the report. Wft8  Mjss    Marcla    Wright, and the
A meeting of the congregation of I bridegroom was supported by Mr,
St. Stephens Presbyterian church will;Pate, who proposed the couple's
he held on Wednesday evening, at health at a reception in Glencoe
eight o'clock, when the matter of se- Lodge immediately after tlie eere-
lectfn? fl pa.-k;;- for the church will '"ony,
be discussed.
Owing to the absence of Alderman
Welsh, the resolution which lie was
to have broughl up In the council on
Monday night (regarding the assessment), will probably he laid over
until another meeting.
On returning from t heir honeymoon, which will he spent in the
south, Mr; and Mrs. Goode will make
their home at Rosy .Neuk, East Hut- |
naby
A B. C. E. Ry. train on the Praser
Valley line ran over a man who was
lying on the track near Vedder Moun-
_r _ .   _.  ���"' , -tain Station on Thursday, severing liis
Wednesday   and   Thursday  of  nextjhead  fro,���  hls ���ody       T,,e    remaln8
week aro the dates of the bazaar to
be   held  in  St.   Patrick's  hall  in  aid
of the funds of St. Peters R. C. Catlie-
U��*~i,,
Sentj)fl Approval J\
To Responsible peopi.s   ^ BU6J
Laughlin ��jr?
FOUNTAIN PEN  "
and
RED GEM
*H*f,Q InK Pencil
Your Choice of
were taken tc Chilliwack, where they
wee identified as those of A. Dubois,
a  laborer employed  on  the  B.  C.   E.
dial.    Preparations    are    proceeding  Kv   at gunias PrnMe     ��� ,_ ,)Pl|evpd
apace to make the venture an unquall- that deceased ,,ad been drlnklng iind
tied success. |had   fa!len   asIeep     wJth     hjs    ]]0.i(]
across f'e rail.    An inriuest was held
E. Freeman, the young man charged
at    Chilliwack
with  the theft  of a  cheque  from an ""    V"��"wac*    yesterday
employee of the B. C. E. R. at Abotts-  "hen  tha .-������'>' returned a
afternoon,
verdict   of
ford recently, appeared before Magis-ideath b-v misadventure.     exonerating
Irafe Pittendrlgh
I earing yesterday
for trla\
for  a  preliminary
tnd was committed
llie tr.ir. crew from all blame. De-
eeafpd came to tiiis province from
Quebec, where his father is a grocer.
These
Two
Popular
Article:.
lor cn!'
Every pen guaranteed
full 1* Kt. M-iiu Gout���cut
on right hand i.iay be hail
iu either uur itandkid
black opaque pattern, or
Nou-breakable Ti.-m.pa!- fun
t-i'.l, rs doired, either in ��s��;
plain or cmjiavcd finish,
as preferred.
Yon may try ll.ii |.pn a "*r, k,
Ify,,ii,loll, ll::.JilanC|.ru. 'iilv.l,
a LelUr   bili.lv limn )..ii mi ,,--
cuto for rukui nun mu imui
runt  in    . t:y otlwi pi alta. if ,., 1 [
entirely ntlsfeoiory lu erery
*\.*.fl retnrn it au.l na wi.l t*
)uu$l.,. (or iu
Cn 0* r trrUour famr .11 i��
r,.p,tiar  Iii.,  i.,h  Ink  I.ucil.   ,. |
colni'lrte I, uk |.u..f tii,n,,|.li. u.rv
I* carried   '.*.   an,   position   1
pot. at t��� id .;��� im I at". *!llr�� 1
any   aiule ai IIrat tnnch.   hill
itn    (iprlr.)   feed,   irl.'inm
Hut, pnliahail ..'.fault** ritM * ���
**.   Intra  i-'.tla   flnlah.      Bi-la't
erywhere f..r 4.'".". Ar'tn.
a,.|.^ ttr1'* f. r tr-mi. V'nti,
����� "lm yeu ferfet "    �� |,i c,
l<nLaughlin Mfg. Co.'
Me esllo Bldg.,
Detrol: m.k
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B, C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE
US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
GET
Tlie appropriations for general revenue of Hnrnaby .Municipality are al-j
most exhausted and a meeting of tlie
council  this  afternoon  will    consider I
the abvisabllity of stopping all work
paid   out   of  these- funds.    A  special j
meeting of 11;e finance committee will
ne held on Monday.
A 1,i.nting party which is expected l
to I'i ing hack all kinds of big game
to Xew Westminster left here last
evening for Texada island. Tiie per-1
Bonel of the party is Alderman ('. A.
Weish. L, B, Lusby, Dr, Rothwell,
Dr. Smith and Dr. McKay. Tlie party
left on P s DeGrey's new launch and
is pro\Uicred for a week's stay.
In the provincial police court this
morning.  Q.   McGill   of  this  city,  will
appear ok a charge of pointing a revolver   at   Harold     Kcntworthy,     of
Hatzic Prairie.    Two other local men,)
Thomas    Craig    and     Roy  Shaw  will ;
lalso appear on a charge of trespass.
Tlie off".'V.<!  are alleged to have been i
(o'w.iii'el while the three men  weie
i.n  a  hunting    expedition   to    Hatzi
Prairie last week.
A man charged with drunkenness
was ta. en from one 01 tlie local hotels I
to the police station last night. It isl
J)said thai the man went to his room
in tl.e liote; ai.d aftei some antics before the mirror, because so angered
at the way llis shadow mocked him
that be landed it one. He broke the
glass into a thousand pieces. His
hand was bound up after he was
taken to the police station.
An enjoyable social time was spent
at the resi lence of Mrs. Postill, Third
street, on Thursday evening, when'
the men-, ers of Olivet Baptist church
Daraci class were entertained. About
fifty were presenl. including many'
of the pai cuts of the scholars. Prizes
in an interesting competition were
won b.r R.\. Robert Lennie and Mrs.
Jenks. Speeches and refreshments
brought lhe social to a close.
High scliool students will hold their
fall opening entertainment la the
Opera house on Friday. Xovember 26,
when   the    presentation    of    medals,
! prizes and certificates gained last season will lie made. High Scliool inspector Gordon will give an address
on matters of educational interest, anil
the musical program will be sustained
| by the students' orchestra ami glee
club. The proceedings are tfrider the
direction or Mr.  McMillan.
Hla Honor Judge lloway delivered
nn Interesting lecture tn the Simon
Fraeer nchool. Vancouver, on Thursday evening ,on the life and explorations oi the discoverer of the Fra:ier
liver. The story was drawn mainly
from th" explorer's Jourtfal, and from
the records or the Northwest company, of Montreal, with which be was
associated, A number of lantern
slides of Bcenes on the Fiaser, portraits cf the explorer, an 1 drawings
of the company's forts were used to
illustrate the  lecture .
The Citizens' Moral Reform league
held a ineeting n the O'iv.t Baptist
church  Thursday  night,    and    while
The Public
Supply Stores
Look Over
our groceries nnd then judge
whether tliey and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine tis closely as
you wish. If you are a particu-
larly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It Is sure to he
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. Tliey
have heen chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that j-ou will get your supplies
hero hereafter.
Ge<
Adams
Phone 92
Cadbury's (hpco'ates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Special'y  Packed for
I A. MUIR X CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street, excellent view. Streets on three aides
of  tills  propeity.    $350  each.   Terras.
10 lots extendlne from First to Second street. This property
ls especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane ut rear.
Price $350 each.    Term*.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd,
Thirty-Five
Trimmed //<
$4.50 Each
Sec   the   window
day at this low price
popular every-day models, trimed by
bowing of bats on sale Prldaj  ai | gatu
ach hat is a st\ le in use i; ;.
cur  staff,  to 11  :
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I rices
away below what we asked for Imported pattern Hats    [���������,.
ill  trimmed hats bave been lowered.   Our polk , .
tat   before  the close of the season, hence    . ,
lowering of prices.    Friday and Saturday offering afl
did choice,    W'e suggest early buying,  as thirty-five liata ��r
be quickly sold at this low price.    Bach    $4,= ^
on
out   everv
IRISH POINT
LACE CURTAINS
New Showing, $6.50 to $15.00 pr.
The  nicest  showing of attractive  curtains  you  will  see  hereabouts.
Beautiful  Ivory, ivory and Old Rose, Ivory and (heen, and two-toned
Kent  effects In  simple and  elaborate designs;   all  three  girds long
aTid"":."!tubes  wide.    Per   pair      $.".50 to $10
"Bon Femme" Curtains
ins beautiful and serviceable.
on sitiL'le windows,both   ends
"Hon   Femme"   curtains
ire  finished   with    wide
Single curts
are for use
frill, are 2\*. and 2% yards lung and 60 Inches wide. We show the i
in Brussels pel with net frills <>r Irish poinl lace frills on body part
of Fiench Mull. Further description is nol possible here. \ visit to
the Housefurnishlng will enable you to see the new showing ol cur-
tains.    We will consider II  a pleasure     to     Bhow     tbem. Each
.$3.75   to   $15.00
Women's
Fine
Italian
Kid Gloves
ON      SALE      FRIDAY    AND
SATURDAY.   PCR   PAIR'S;
300   i aiis  ' f  tan  and
Kid  Gloves  ei   : upi  i
ish  and  qualit;,    Casi
will  be pleat inti
at   tlie   remarkable   \
fered   in   this   special   ti
days sale   ol   Olo i
��� ight this u'i���' bei
realizing   tl al   bi tti
.    tld  nol   be  I a I       In i
range are i wo styl
do  !���    fasteni
pearl  buttons,    Slzi i ���' I
Inches.     Regular   vai >
and   11.86     Oh   ��� tie   Fri
and    Saturday    only.     p<
pair
Threo
Schoc
Arete
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Cleaners and Dyers
SFND YOUR ORDKRS T9
TO BE CLEANED AND DYED
BY THE NEW'AND P
FECT PROCESS.
SR-
We have wide experience In
Cleaning and  Dying.
.Machinery   and   skilled     work
people, in facl  we have every
facility at hand lo give you tho
BEST WORK FOR THE
LEAST MONEY.
Downs    and
Suits, Gloves.
Costumes, (lent:;'
etc,
G.  F.  BALDWIN, Prop.
Phone R 278.      345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
poods.
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Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Csrllne.
PHONE 47
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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
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
ADVERTIC:   IN   THE   DMLY   NEW.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
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