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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
OCT 4   1910       J
EWRITERS
Standard   Make $5   Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME li, X I'M BER 2W.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ;',, 1910.
PRICE FIVE  CE      S.
iCRAPPY GAME ENDS
IN WIN FOR CHAMPS
Westminster Defeats Nationals by Six Goals to Two
at Recreation Park.
Hope is  a  wonderful  thing.    Mals
h ,uL
Lo Hope led the Nationals to believe
hey could make the Salmon Bellies
ook like James J. Jeffries on July 5
f they could only get them away
rom tbe hillside ut Queens park.
I They got them on Saturday ut Rec-
eatiou park. Vancouver. Result, a
leore trebled against the Frenchmen.
���'���'    Mx goals to two.   Sacre.
j     )��� Hope of  seeing  a    lacrosse    game
Eew about four thousand people to
jcreation park. Those who wanted
It could see occasional splashes of
fecrosse, but like a widely heralded
:lrcus, the features of thc day were
Hot in the stickhandllng or shooting
of the boys, but In the unadvertised
Side shows. There was something
doing all the time, et puis encore.
If  the   Westminsters  and   the   Nationals  could  only    be    induced    to
$  travel and put up an exhibition  like
unto that of Saturday, what a glorious
Opportunity  for  the    exploitation    of
BIG EXHIBITION
OPENS TOMORROW
B.C.E.R. LINE TO CHILLIWACK
Tfl BE COMPLETED TODAY
Fair Will be Biggest Held 	
Here Since 1905- Distin-1 Last Spike In Fraser Valley Branch of Tramv ay Company
guished Guests Corr ing. To Be Driven Home By Premier Richard McBride
���Special Train Will Convey Distinguished
Tomorrow afternoon what promises
to bo tlie best exhibition held in
British Columbia since the Dominion
exhibition Borile years ago will be declared open by Premier Richard McBride.    The  premier  will   make  the
Citizens of Vancouver and Westminster
announcement from the balcony of the i     .,    ,      a .        ���*���"***���***���*���
-.���,���,. i , ,, 11        . . ,    , ,  be declared open from Vancouver    to
.     L .," *     , lr�� ��    ��,Cik' .'V1 Chilliwack. and the   citizens   of   tie
L,,   1i"^,"Ltle,Vl8lt?,'S110 Ule. falrl different towns and municipalities are
will be the most important people on
the grounds.
Mayor    Lee,    Hon. T. W. Paterson, J
lieutenant-governor of British Columbia, and  Premier  McBride  will  drive
to tlie grounds from the Russell hotel. I
With the party will be J. D. Taylor,!
and
Today  the  longest  line of  electric i minster, will proceed with as little de-
railway in British Columbia, lf not ln  lay as possible.    There will be three
the entire   Dominion  of  Canada,  will'of the new cars used on the line provided for the use of the party.
Mayor Lee will go from here and
several of the aldermen will take in
the trip. City Engineer Blackman
will also go on the excursion and several  prominent  men  of  the  city  will
E ARE KILLED
IN BOMB OUTRAGE
HILL REPORTED   !
BUILDING ORTH
Los Angeles Times Building
Wrecked and Burned���Rewards for Information.
Los Angeles, Oct. 2.���Nine men killed,  nine  missing  and  fourteen  more
Believed to be Moving Spirit
in the Peace River Railway Project.
Pincher Creek, Alta.,    Oct.  2.���Re-
iorts here which    emanate    from    a
M.P.;   F.  J.  MacKenzie,  M.L.A.,
Thomas Gifford, M.L.A
preparing  to  celebrate the event    in
proper style.
The line    is    approximately    sixty-
three miles in length from Westmln-' probably take the trip.    The Vancou-
ster  to  Chilliwack,  and    seventy-five
miles from Vancouver to Chilliwack;
and runs through the most fertile and
ver  party  will  Include all the    high
of Rials of the B. C. E. R., the mayor
o
most  thickly  populated  rural  district ' a lermen and civic officials.
,        ��� .      . iOf British Columbia.   The old line be-1     The   Burnaby   legislators   will   join
"'   ' '"    ���"    n,'x    V1U    '"���  "'"Uween here and Vancouver ls used for t  s party either here or at some of
celved  by  T.  J.  Trapp, president    of
the R. A. & I. society, and with him
tlie first part of the trip and then the t t Burnaby stations.    Surrey, Lang-
new portion runs east from New West- tl ',  Matsqui, Sumas and    Chilliwack
minster.   It takes a slightly circuitous v 11 also be represented by councillors
. ,, ,,      -,     ,.                  .                    .1 route to got up the hill on tlie south  c others who will join the train at
Th.    r   r      t^S *��� tUS�����*l ��' I *ld* of ^ -*��� ****** around to Clover- d ferent points along tne line.
Hi.   Uui.1  ..1  control,    lhe city alder-1 da,e  and then u rung ,��� almogt a bee  ^ cloverdale a 8top ,.,��� be made
allow the excursionists to inspect
It passes through Cloverdale, Lang- tfc new sub-station there, but not   a
ley    Prairie,    Clayburn,    Abbotsford, g eat deal of time will be devoted to
Sumas and on to Chilliwack.   The last tlat.
will    be    Judge    Howay, W. Norman
Bole, K.C; Manager W. H. Keary and
cere..?onyal80 ^ *"""' *" *** ��Pen'Dg i "ne *to Chilliwack.
The workmen around the exhibition
Vancouver    and    several    of    the
cold storage    expletives    by    blatant grounds did some _reat work on Sat    .uum.	
barkers.    Their spiel would be some- unlay and managed to get things tnl^"^ gtoVwas Mdd"a"'few davs ag��o  ""Frhe Chilliwack reception committee
-lm! ill. _     a. _ i_ . _ !l    f       KlilliP hilt       thn      nrr    I'M nf       enmn ��� ***. f F
thing like this:
Walk up, wake up, wise up, ladies
and (gentlemen and pay your little
four bits, a half a dollar, fifty cents, at
the box office on the left, then step
right inside and see the greatest and
grandest aggregation of fiery untamed lacrosse players now in captivity. See the men and hoys in short
pants, see their bare knees and exposed shoulders. This way ladies,
one at  a  time,  please.    Come inside
fair shape, but the arrival of some
stock exhibits made it imperative that | '!'>'*
a little work be done yesterday. All
day tind all tonight hundreds of men
will be working at the grounds and
by noon tomorrow the exhibition will
be complete in every detail.
Yesterday the C. P. It. steamer Joan
came in with a cargo of sixty horses
which liave just been on exhibition at
Victoria. The horses were all of the
heavy  type and  belong for the most
and today    the last    spike    will    be j Will  meet the train  before  It conies
to the city and they will go In with
j    The ceremony at Chilliwack today,' it.    As the trains pulls tn the CbUli-
although not very spectacular, will be I wack band will start playing. The
I historic. There wi 1 be gathered there' party will then be tendered a ban-
t the chief officials of the B. C. E. R., |quet by the Chilliwack city council,
I the company which is doing so much after which the ceremony of driving
j for the development of the province.' the last spike will be performed by
or less Injured Is the appalling result source which appears perfect'y reliable
of an explosion which wrecked the are to the effect that James J. Mill is
Times building here yesterday. As jthe moving spirit in the Pincher
yet there is no clue to the perpetra- J Creek, Cardston & Alberta railroad,
tors of the deed. I surveys for which  show  it will con-
The union and labor men of the nect wlth the Great Northern, on the
city, and In fact all over the United 'Alberta-Montana boundary and run
States, repudiate the deed and strenu- due north into the famous Peace river
ously deny that their organizations j country, which is said to be the most
had anything to do with the outrage. IfertIle laml ln a11 Canada'.; En route
President Lvnch, of the International 'tlle llne wU1 touch the coal  flelds in
Typographical Union, has issued a
statement in which he states, that although the Times has always been a
bitter and unreasoning enemy to the
union, the men have always fought
fair and he does not believe the men
the Porcupine hills, owned by O. A.
Robertson and associates, of St. Paul,
as well as some of the richest wheat
raising districts ln Alberta.
It will run through a corner of that
country    which     experts    have    pro
of the union had anything to do with j <;lalnie<l rich ������) 0��, and where a num-
j Along   with   them   will   be   the   civic
officials of Vancouver and New West-
Premier McBride.
Returning, the cars will leave Chilli-
iand. see Tommy Gifford chewing gum ] I,art t() tlle farmers in tlie Fraser vai-
Iwlth his moveable molars, see Grumpy | le> ��� T1'e Joan had rather a rough
ISpring grump and hear Cattarinich 1 "'I' fr��m Victoria, but the horses wete
prtwiounr.   his name without breaking wedged   ln  so  tightly  that  they  did
Jlki-_law. Watch Date Devil Gauthier,
who ls not afraid of anything or
immy Gifford See Laviolette fight.
Tom Gifford fight. See Lachapelle
not have room to fall around and no
damage  resulted.
The  City    of    Nanaimo    nnd    the
Trader will be in this morning  with
See Hugh Clifford fight.    Beel^8 remainder gf the .stuff that is com-
Turnbull    fight.      See    Duckett|ln8 from the Victoria fair,
H|   See Coa Jones lose his temper,     T, J. Trapp, president of the society,
Ptatt Ran* czar;   See a-policeman keturn.d   yesterday    rrom    Victoria,
See ladies tag tbe throng. See \ ��*����� ��<��� saw ��he exhibition.   He was
of hope.   See a cloud of gloom,  greatly   pleased   with   the   display  of
some   choice   profanity.    Learn horses there, which was one of   the
best ever seen on the coast.    Nearly
minster, and the reeves and council-, wack at three o'clock and will arrive
lors of all the municipalities through In New Westminster about six in the
whi h the line passes on Its progress  evening.
eastward. I    Every  preparation  has  been  male
The train bearing   the    Vancouver, for the comfort of the excursionists,
contingent   will    leave    the Terminal,The train will leave, rain or shine, as  t)r'^ 01" culprits.
the outrage. He states that leaky gas
mains may have had something to do
with it.
Other Bombs Found.
Saturday morning bombs were
found under the residences of F. J.
Zeehandelaar, secretary of the Merchants' and Manufacturers' association, and General Harrison Gray Otis,
editor-in-chief of the Times, and tiiat
disposes of the gas main theory.
Financial Loss Great.
The loss of property including the
machinery and the building, will
amount to $500,000, most of which is
Insured.
Rewards Offered.
The city council voted $25,000 yesterday as a fund to be used to run
down tbe perpetrators of the alleged
dynamiting of the Los Angeles Time..
$2500 of wliich was made available as
a tewarcl for the capture of the cul-
ber of companies are now engage! in
boring. Construction will start this
fall, and it is hoped that at least a
portion of the line will be ln operation by next spring, when the rush
will commence into the Peace river
country.
Tenders will be called within a few
days for the construction of a steel
bridge for the company across the
Old Maa river. It will be 170 feet
high and II00 feet long. The charter
also provides for a branch into the
Kootenay country of British Columbia,
and the route map filed shows it wiil
connect wPh the Vancouver, Victoria
& Eastern, a Hill line.
City at nine o'clock. Tbe party will .the preparations at Chilliwack are so
change cars here and then together far advanced that a iostponement
with all tliose going from New West- cou'.d not be arranged.
ITALY'S QUEEN TEACHES
CHARITY IN HER HOME
V0
on
ch in one continuous lesson,
japhone system. Allons, en avant.
J these things were thrown in,
gratis and for nix at the friendly
affair at Recreation park. The match
was not taken seriously by Westminister people, and only a few made the
trip to watch the champions trounce
the Habitants.
Rough from Start,
from the first few minutes of play
as evident there would be some-
g doing before the supply of pea-
s was exhausted. Checking was
Be and hard and play rough from
word go. The reason for this
,s not evident, but there was no
iubt that both teams went on the
ill determined to dissect their
emies, und with two twelves with
t a single thought, there was
und to be a rush on the penalty
tags In short order.
: The game probably holds the record
��� for penalties handed out on this coast.
A total of three hours and one minute was spent, on the fence by penalized players, Westminster leading In
the march of progress by loaning
players for ninety-eight minutes,
^|ile the Nationals sacrificed men to
ike up the remaining eighty-three
in utes.
Coaching in French.
5Cne of the features of the game
Sis the use and misuse of the French
Inguage. megaphoned to the Nation-
Is by their eoachers, supporters or
jnalized players. The advice wafted
.ldwards sounded like a sandpapered
iamaphone record running backward
TWO BROTHERS DIE
AT THE SAME HOUR
QUIT GOLD RUSH
10 SAVE COMRADE
Whom Maintains a Home by the
Sea for Poor Children.
all  the good animals    on    exhibition! ���
there   will   be   at   the   fair   here   and,Tra|n,n0     Her     Daughters,    One
there will be a great many more.
According to the rules of the association all exhibits, with the exce -
tlon of bread and cut flowers, r ���
be in place by eleven o'clock to:,i it,
and the two excepted articles m. lie
brought in before 10:30 o'cloc; on
Tuesday morning.
The local council of women have arranged to have a refreshment booth
In the women's building and they will
be ready for all the business that
offe'.s tomorrow.
cf
Rome, Oct. ..���Queen Helene, who
Is anxious to train her daughters in
the work of charity, some time ago
gave lolanda a coitige which overlooks the sea at Santa Marinella, and
which is known as "The Princess
Iolanda's Seaside Colony."
:. .. ,- , ���,.,,���,���������,      Here thirty poor children are main-
According to the monthly statement , ��� "        ...
issued by  Dr. C. ES. Doherty. medical   talned and educated by her majesty,
superintendent of the provincial asy-  They are popularly spoken of as   the
luin for the insane, there are at pres
ent 646 inmates of that institution, 17H
being females and 4t!7 males. Following is the data: In the hospital at
the beginning of thc month, 410 males,
157 females; admitted during the
month. 22 males, 9 females; returned
from probation, 1 male; discharged
without probation, 2 males; discharged on probation, 8 males, 1 female; discharged at expiry of probation, 8 males, 6 females; died, 1 male;
escaped, 1 male; transferred to Vernon branch, 1 male. In hospital at the
close of the month. 410 males. 1115 fe-
| males: on probation at the close of
ithe month, 48 males, 14 females.
children of the queen," and ber
majesty not only takes a motherly Interest In them, but she makes her
little daughters do the same.
lolanda sends the colony ti gift of
her own needlework, generally useful
garments, at frequent intervals. Acts
like these, which are done unostentatiously, have endeared the reigning
family to the people.
WIN BY DEFAULT.
Covers Make Friend'ess    Journey
Westhan  Island.
to
Developments Show Captain Smith, of
Aurora, and  D. Smith, of Watson, Mo., Expired at 4 p.m.
Chicago. Oct. 2.���It has developed
at Aurora, 111., that two telegrams,
each announcing the death of a
brother, were filed Sunday afternoon
shortly after four o'clock.
One was sent from Aurora to David
Smith, of Watson, Me., telling him
that his brother, Captain C H. Smith,
millionaire manufacturer of Aurora,
and known to many ns a close aid of
former United States Senator Albert
J. Hopkins, was dead.
The other was from a Watson residence to tlie Aurora brother telling of
the death of David Smith.
'DAVID HARUM" TONIGHT.
The Game.
The exhibition of lacrosse put up
rough u mlsllt machine. The advice'^y tlie champions of the east and the
as not easy to follow, but the gist of  champions of the west was far from
Margaret Oswald   Company. Presents
Famous Coredy.
The Margaret Oswald Stock company comes to the opera house tonight
with "David Haruni" as its attraction.
"D.nid Harum," which with all due
respect to the shade of Mark Twain,
lt was also reported that an attempt to dynamite the Times' auxiliary office in another part of the city
had occurred at the same hour as the
explosion which destroyed tue main PrOSpSCtOrS
building of the newspaper.
Strikers Repudiate Act.
Tlie strike committee of the metal
trades, members of w Inch have been
on strike for some months, Issued thc
following statement yesterday:
"The union labor men in Los Angeles deplore deeply the loss of life ancl
injury in the explosion and fire at of prospectors following the first news
the Times plant. Tne unions declare of the placer strike in the Naas river
that the statement in the Times that country, Bill Featherly came near end-
the explosion was caused by some per- inB l)is existence by a slide down tbe
son or persons connected with organ-1 Bitter Creek glacier, terminating his
ized labor here or eisewhere is false. fa" b-v wedging Into a crevasse about
Since the beginning of union labor I twenty feet deep and breaking his
here violence of every sort has been . ri&ht le6 ������* two places,
condemned in public and in private. I Fortunately his partner, Johnson,
No union man has been permitted to was with *--m-   Tlie latter was   at   a
Rescue Man
Fiom Crevasse and Carry
Him Over Long Tt a;l.
Stewart, Oct. 2.���In the mad rush
commit any act of violence, be it ever
so slight, nor have the unions failed
to rigorously demand that their members obey the laws."
Blames Unions.
Assistant General Manager Harry
Chandler jesterday Issued the following statement:
"You can say for me that there Is
no doubt that this terrible outrage
can be laid at the doors of the labor
unions. They have destroyed the
building and plant, and have killed a
number of our men���we do not know
loss to know what to do. Featherly
was absolutely helpless, lying at the
bottom of the creek unable to assist
himself. His partner could not go for
aid immediately, fearing lest befoie
he returned Featherly would' freeze,
for he was hemmed in by the thick,
groen ice. He unslung his pack, made
a rope of his blankets and tried to
lower it down to the man In the ice,
b.it was unsuccessful. He stood on
thc trail and shouted for aid, which
finally cr-.nie ln the shape,o��. several
c ther hurrying gold seekers.   By dint
how many���but they ctnnot kill    the  of the hardest kind of work and   en-
Times."
Tlie Rovers braved the tenors of   a , was ahout the funniest hook ever writ-
long river trip on Saturday und went  tcn  in  A.morica,    has  been    cleverly
to   Westham   Island   to   play   football,!
but when they got there there was no
dramatized and  the  result  is one of
teeir.ei to be that the Frenchmen  l)elllK of championship brand, neither i team" to "play "irtUl &nA    not    even    a the b��sl comedies that has been put
liould bore ln and score. The mega- Ul,lln paying anything like first class ,.efe,.ee Ilm(t"e his appearance. The
Ihonists   referred   to  the  players  by  lllcro88e. was Belle(iu)ed and ti,e Rovers
Ihelr first name, Lachapelle being call- Nationals Score First. " re not nottflel that there would be
fed Krnest, and   sometimes   "ie   doc-1    Bright and  early  in  the day  Matt no e and 80 tl)ev will clillm the
|teur."    Gauthler   was relerred to us Ban.   commenced   to   distribute   his flrg(. match ot tl)0 sea80n bv default.
'le petit Eugene"; Clement respond- llule bia88 tags, Cliff Spring leading |T w,u also agk the Isianders to
ed to the call of Monty (not "Money,' lthe gmul ,narch to the shade of thel thclr expense8 on Saturday for it
as the unltlated supposed), and Boull- Btiind.   The piay sturted off brisk, thel   _;R certalnly their    fault    that   the
lane pail heed when he heard the cry ruhber travelling all over Recreation WestmiaBter team was not notified
for Napoleon. park before It finally found a resting ( ^ gt     (U home
of
se
at
r
J
The  megaphone  was not damaged place    behind    Sandy    Gray,    where |
ty being used as a transmitter for the Qauthier hid It ten minutes and fifty
language of the Gauls, Con Joues test-
ng it later in the day    when    be explained to the grandstand that he had
been "awsked" to announce that Vancouver bad lost by eight goals to six
Iin Toronto in the match for the Mann
Urophy, and the ladles    ot the   Children's Aid society would make a call
for dimes and dollars   among   those
present.
in addition to thc stirring incidents
on the field, Con Jones provided excitement and merriment on the side
when he grossly abused Fred Lynch
by calling him an Irishman. Mr.
Lynch bore up bravely under the circumstances.    Con  swears he will do
seconds from the face off. When this
disaster happened Cuptuln Tommy
Gifford was purging a five minute
penalty. Tbe score was the result of
a pretty piece of work by Coeur   de
The Hovers are requested to turn
out to practice Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday nights of this week at
Moody square at six o'clock. The
main form of entertainment will be
bag punching and skipping In the
dressing room.   The Rovers meet the
���������������������������������������������������
Dlable Gauthler, who shone through- CeltiC8 in Vancouver next Saturday,
out the game, making several sensational dashes and letting the only
two tallies made by the Frenchmen,
registering the second goal shortly before half time.
Both teams stepped on the field at
the start of the first quarter at full
strength. This ls not unusual, but ls
worthy of comment as lt was about
the only time ou Saturday that twenty-
four men were    exercising    on    tbe
GOOD SHOOTING SEEN AT
RIFLE ASSOCIATION MEET
Classy Shot Entered as Tyro Captures
Several Prizes and Wins Bullseye
Competition.
The shoot of the Westminster Rif'j
association at the Brownsville range
on Saturday was well attended, keen
interest being shown In every competition. Following ls a list of the
prize winners ln each event:
Match No. 1,' seven   shots   at   200 fourteen miles over a    regular
on the state in the last few years.
The company comes here direct
from Belllngham, where lt won golden
opinions for consistent and clever acting.   One imall paragraph taken from
the Belllngham American ls enough yards and seven shots at 500 yards. I trail before the wagon road at Bitter
to show what kind of an Impression' W. F. McNeil (tyro), 63; J. H. Vidal,'Creek was reached. Here a wagon
the players made in the border town.1*2'J- C' Chamberlin; H. Lindahl; W. awaited the party and the rest of the
"For "genuine humor,   of the   B��d.8\^??!^.8l!.tM.~*^iSEffi?'.4*
that compells you to laugh even with
inee.ing, picking footliolds,,ln,the ice,
Featherly was got back to the. surface
once rr< >c. ''.;���;
Then began about as hard a;"mushing" trip as this country has seen in
many a day. Two men started for
Stewart, a twenty-one mile hike, the
irost o* it over one of the worst ice
trails hereabouts. Arriving in camp.
they spread the news, and a-party of
rescuers to pack the injured 'man to
uie Stewart hospital was dispatched
at once, carrying a light cot. In the
meantime Featherly was made us comfortable tis possible under the circumstances, but suffeied great pain. Ali
thought of the placer strike was forgotten by the prospectors an.l they remained by Featherly's side until the
rescue party arrived.
The trip with the Injured man back
to Stewart was made with great difficulty.    It was a straight    pack    of
Sbat
a cracked lip and to forget that your
mother-in-law is planning a long visit,
see Henry McRae in "David Harum."
Of course, David isn't the whole show,
but be ls the principal part of it and
Match No. 2, ten shots at 600 yards.
J. H. Vidal, 48; J. O. Chamberlin,
44; H. Lindaul, 41. V. H. C. Abbott,
41; Joseph Maj ers (tyro), 34; W. F.
McNeil (tyro), 32.
Match   No.   3,   seven   shots  at   200,
Mr. McRae is big enough to fill the  50?lran^ ^0v,y"!'d.
was made in fast time.
worse next  time and call the West- ground at one and the same time. The
minster club president a Scotchman. end 0[ the first   quarter   found    the
During this tense episode Con's
brother appeare 1 on the scene and
called for "fair play, British fair play."
No scrap ln Vancouver would be complete without Con's brother's call for
"fair play, British fair play." Cockney
flavor.
Westminsters one goal to the bad, but
this handicap did not trouble the supporters of the champions overmuch.
Scrappy Mlxup.
Only a few minutes, of the second
(Continued oa,Stage*Klve.)
bill."
Vatican to Close Next Year.
Next year, during tbe celebration or
the fiftieth anniversary of Italy's unity,  tbe  vatlcan  will   remain   closed.
Pope Plus X. will only grant a limit-
t ���u  lil1^1 vV'uHoU^h,\' 22i   ed  number  of  audiences, no  foreign
�� ^ W 8.'; V;,HtC' ^"J."' 8b;   Pilgrimages  will   visit  Rome  and all
��� ���
��� Will, Fight Taxicabs. ���
��� Dublin,   Oct. 2.���The   Intro- ���
��� ductlon of taxicabs in this city ���
��� may be followed by    violence. ��� ���
��� The   cabmen   and   their   em- ��� ���
��� ployees have been    organizing ��� ���
��� ln opposition to the impending ��� ���
��� Introduction  of the  ubiquitous ��� ���
��� taxlcab.    In the   meantime   a ���
��� number of Jarvies are receiving ���
��� lessons ln   tho   driving   of   a ���
��� motor-propelled      vehicle      In ���
��� Phoenix park.
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fe   a'   ��  M8^0, 86*, JOMPh M^V8' religious functions will be interrupted.
��� ������������������������������������������������. "I A M. Mackenzie (tyro), ,1. As the last consistory was held nearly
��� |    Match   No.  4,  seven   shots  at   600 three                    ani as the meinbwi
��� yards and seven shots at 800 yards I ot  t,,e  8acred  Co���        BU'  ^r   ^
i ��/\H��-^b,0tB',68i ^ v n,CNfm' flft>"tw�� ��n8^ ot seventy, lt ls pnrf��
��� 63; J. H. Vidal   62; H. E. Ke lington. able that the p        w,��� tacreai,p the
��� 62; J  Dennett (tyro), 56; F. J. Roche number thl8 ,n wh|ch Caw a ^
To Fight Suffragettes.
London, Oct. 2.���The   suffragettes would like very much to
know the name of the man or
woman   who   has   sent   Lord ���
Cromer $100,000 for   the   pur- ���
pose of fighting   woman's   suf- ���
frage.   Lord Cromer is keeping ���
secret the name of the mysteri- ���
ous contributor.   Otherwise   it ���
is to be doubted lf he   or   she ���
could remain in England in any ���
comfort. ���                                   . ���
slstory will be held before Christmas.
(tyro), 47.
Match No. 6, grand aggregate.
!   J. H. Vidal,    259;    W.    F. McNeil,
249; H. Lindahl, 246; V. H. C. Abott, 25;   J. C. Chamberlin,   24;
244; J. C. Chamberlin, 243; H. E. Kell- Lindahl  23
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and   IL
lngton, 246; J. Mackie    (tyro),   165;
Joseph Mayers, 161; J. Dennett, 122.
In the bullseye competition for   the
Chamberlin cup W. F. McNeil was re- jn g'aturdayrs events,   W r'$ fhot   of
* turned the winner with a   score   of note, having won   severtfl   Important
*********,**.+ ** f** 27.   The ranners up were J. H. Vidal, prizes in the interior. ~
The silver spoon put up for weekly
competition was won by W. F. McNeil.
who, although he ranked a��   a   tyro
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, OCTOBER
Classified Advertisfiments REAL   ESTATE CUPID BAfflED BY
WANTED.
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY. SITU-
ation as clerk in stoie. Address L.
ti.. Daily News.
IVANTED ���SMART YOUTH TO
tal.e charge of circulation. Apply in
own handwriting to Manager Daily
News, P. O.  Box 2'X	
IVANTED���THREE     WAITERS     OK
waitresses.   Apply Royal Oak rooming house, 054 Columbia'street.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Branch Office      -      -      Kamloops, B.C
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FIVE
ACRES  in
the
Kennedy
sub-
division,
close
to    (
ar    line.
Price
$210
per
acre.
One
-third cash
, baJ-
anee
six
and twelve
months.
Man With Prior Claim In-
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sists   on  Linking Future
With Fickle Damsel.
New Westminster Opera House
Hector McCaig, Manager
WANTKD���A YOl'XG WOMAN AT
once; good wages to the right person.    Apply  Royal  City  dye works.
WANTED���SITUATION BY STEADY
Young man in office or sto.e. Reply
to R. P., News office.
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
girl for general housework. Good
wages to the right girl. Apply 320
Second street. 	
PORT MANN DISTRICT
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
8, prairie land. Price $12;") per acre;
one-third cash, balance one and
two years. (204-A.)
THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
5 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price $270 per acre.
Terms     over     eighteen     months.
(175-A.)
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Fu.l
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
KNGLISIi WOMAN
seeks    work    by    day.
Cornwall street.
(WIDOW)
Apply 1026
WANTED���LOAN OF $2500 ON 1M-
jiroved city property before October
1.   Write Box O. K.. News office.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes ironers and
two shirt polishers; two dollars per
day and fare. Electric Lace & Silk
laundry, Vancouver. 	
WANTED���TEN  GIRLS  AT    ONCE;
apply Royal City steam laundry.
WANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few hours daily, by English lady.
Apply Mrs. Wixey, 320 Columbia
street.
WANTED��� HOUSE K E E PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third avenue.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE ��� SUBURBAN HOME
comprising six ���r seven acres right
���on the Interurban car line between
���Central Park and Westminster.
Goo.l nine roomed bungalow, excel
lent water and windmill, large
sheds. The land is all cleared and
theie are a quantity of fruits of
bearing age. This Is one of the
most convenient along the line and
we can recommend it. Price $13,500;
$4500 cash, balance on terms. E. N.
Sutherland, Merchants bank building, New Westminster.
FIFTY acres in section 32, block 5
north, range 2 west, N. W. D.; ab
solutely the best subdividing proposition in Port Mann district today. Why ? The terms are one-
fifth cash, and the balance over
TEN YEARS, with Interest at G pel
cent. (221-A.)
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $1100 per acre;
$2500 cash, balance six. twelve and
eighteen months at 7 per cent, in
terest. (222-A.)
SURREY
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 19. township 2. $20n per
acre: one-third cash, balance six ancl
twelve months at 7 per cent, in
terest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8, on Newton road. $150 per acre
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley dis
tricts, cleared and in a high state
of cultivation; tram line running
through the property; good roads
on till sides. Pri-e ?175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
Tniliopu??���
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office        .        451   Columbia  St
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      -      -      Kamloops, B.C
FOR SALE ��� NEW LAUNCH, 35
feet, 18 h.p. Fairbanks Morse galo-
line engine. Will sell or trade for
shingle holts or cedar logs. Apply
The People's Trusl, Co., Ltd., -451
Columbia street, New Westminster,
B. C.
.FOR SALE ��� GASOLINE BOAT.
$1400. Terms to arrange. Thirty-
five feet over all, nine foot
beam, 30 inches drought, with cabin,
easy to carry six tons freight; seafaring, strong, well built boat;
just one year old. Fifteen hors?
lower Ferro double cylinder engine
with extia attachment of storage
battery, dynamo, electric light, etc.
All complete and in good condition.
Apply to C. Shinobu.
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
(Successors to Ha'e Bros. & Kennedy.
Limited.)
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
FOR city, residential and business
propel ty. farm and fruit hinds,
water frontage, and B. C. Elect! ic
and Canadian Northern railway terminal acreage, apply to
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and  Begbie  Sts.
New Westminster. B. C.      Phone 335
Montreal, Oct. 2.���A strenuous Atlantic romance ended in tlie marriage
of young and pretty Ethel Gertrude
Thomas, of London, Eng., and George
Stuart Richards, of Winnipeg. The attractive young English girl, who came
to Canada to meet Richards on the
last trip of tlie Allan liner Sardinian,
was detained three days by the immigration department In this city to
await possible deportation, and all be
cause of a love born on the ocean
which would cast off the old and on
with the new. It was the Winnipeg
business man who complained. He
had heen nearly stung by a gallant
young journalist visitor, Turner, of
London.
The first love grew up between
Richards and Miss Thomas in the old
country until she finally agreed to
come to Canada to wed him. Cupid,
however, stepped in on the way across
the Atlantic and badly upset these
plans. Miss Thomas made a profound
Impression upon the heart of a young
Englishman named Turner, who was
also travelling to Canada. When they
hiiiiled she had consented to throw
up the gentleman in Winnipeg and
join her fortunes with those of her
later love. She sought employment
in Montreal an.l was comfortably settled theie when Richards heard of it.
Turner also stayed here, having found
employment as a reporter on the Montreal Gazette. Mr. Richards, who had
come from Winnipeg to meet his
bride-to-be at once laid information
with the immigration authorities.
The Immigration authorities took
charge of Miss Thomas and asked her
l:o decide whether she would marry
Richards or go hack to England at
the cost of the immigration department. She decided to marry her Winnipeg lover. Rev. Dr. Gordon, of the
First Baptist church, was called in
���tnd a pretty little wedding ceremony
took rlaco on the spot, some of the
officials attached to the immigration
bureau serving in lieu of bridesmaids,
hest man and witnesses, all at the
same time.
Two Nights, Commencing Thursday, October 6th
Matinees Daily.    The Original
JEFFRIES-
JOHNSON
Pictures of Fight taken at Reno, Nev., July 4, 1910
PRICES: $1.00, 75c and 50c.
Seats on Sale at McKenzie's Pharmacy, Wednesday
at 10 o'clock.
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CLUTE PROPERTY
Having a tender for the moving of tbu resilience of 2 I roams,
modern, we are prepared to sell two lots with tho house placed upen
them for $3425. Terms, $7. 5 cash, balance over two years. Tlrfs must
be sold at once, as we are going to open up streets.
P. PEEBLES
iBranche
School Supply
?wfoundl
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Savings
AND iEVERYTHI^eTveTi
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665���Colombia  Street-~6fmc�� *wt
New Westminster, B.C. E.ggag
Phone  307
620 Cclumbia Street.
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Mineral Waters __Z
Aerated WateGard
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone   R   113. Office:   Pn^e,8
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Football Accident Fatal.
Carlisle. Kan.. Oct. 2.���Melville
Waters, seventeen years old, a junior
in Carlisle high school, was kicked in
the head today in a football .game
ind died an hour later.
Contractor Is Instantly Killed.
Butte, Mont., Oct. li���Charles Lane.
a prominent contractor and fornfs'r
bullding inspector of Butte, was Instantly killed when his automobile
overturned near Eight-mile house,
near Anaconda today.
IFOR SALK���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, $700 per acre for
this month $1500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110. Vancouver.
.FOR SALE���CASH REGISTER, 18
inches,wide, double key board, flrst
class condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Reid, Columbia street, next to
tram office.
FOR SALK���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300,
balance- $20 per month. Box \V. S.,
Dally News.
FOR SALK OR RENT HY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, II. C.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���MODERN HOUSE, PART-
ly furnished, centrally situated. Address LatKcs' Mairdresslng Parlors,
City.
PORT MANN
LARGE LOTS (66x132) on Johnson
road; $200 each; $10.00 cash, $10.00
per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
HOUSEHOLD   VOTERS.
Applications to be placed on the
supplementary voters' list for the City
of New Westminster will be received
by the undersigned up to November
1st, 11)10.
Applicants must be British subjects
of the full age of twenty-one years,
and have been residents of the city six
months immediately preceding the
dtite of application, and have during
that time paid as a householder a
rental of not less than one hundred
dollars a year.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall, Sept. .10, 1010.
Chinese Fancy Goods
Importers of Chinese and
Japanese fancy goods, chairs and
curios.
Makers of ladies' dresses,
shirt waists and children's garments.
; SING ON & CO.
: 859 COLUMBIA ST.
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MISS   MARGARET  OSWALD
Who will appear as Mary Blake In
"David Harum" at the opera house
tonight.
LAND ACT.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 1">.. the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner,  Westham Island and Way Ports
**!.C$"��"WReturning to  New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
'io RKNT���A LARGE FRONT BED-
room, furnished. Apply Arrow Press,
till!) Virtoiia street, near Daily
News.
TO    RENT���LARGE    WELL    FURN-
ished front bedroom, suitable for
two gentlemen, Apply Box .J. s.,
Ihiily News.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
(BURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
'ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable fur-
msned bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 2.13 8th St.
NOTICE      REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
'or vehicle traffic of any kind are re-
pieste.i to keep to the left hand side
of the c.-ir track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting Citv Clerk.
City Hall, August 12. 1910.
A JAPANESE REAL ESTATE AND
RELIABLE LABOR AGENCY
J.  WADA,
Tel. 573.
13 Blackie St.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. ni. or between 9 a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
street.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Appiy 129 Tenth
street. ,
LOST.
LOST���LADY'S  UMBRELLA,   PROB-
ably taken by mistake from Pythian
roller rink on Saturday evening. If
returned to roller rink further trouble will be avoided.
New Westminster Land District.    D:s-
trict  of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, or Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, inl ends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing tit a post planted
about one mile northeast from the
head or Billings bay, and about. 40
chain* easterly from the Southeast
���oriie- of timber lot number 37341,
tlience north '40 chains, thence east
10 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains to point of
ommencenient, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1910.
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Weekday Schedule 1
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at  5:50,  G:20,  6:50,  7:20, 1
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m. J
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,   6:50,   7:20,   8:00 Z
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m. *
Return  Kate:   Adults, 00c;   children  under 12,  35c. *
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver   at   8 *
a. in. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. ni. *
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at  8  a.  ra.,  9  a.  m.  nnd J
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m. 4
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c. 4
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei J
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. in. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Van- 4
couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
THE
BankofToront
NEW BANKING     FWg[
ACCOUNTS
Gold V
Many People who have'su.*
never before been in s��.op
position to do so, majvjjj'-i;
now be ready to open a Ageiu
bank account. '��***
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The Bank of Torn;:. - |
offers to all such peopfcwo j*.
the facilities of theii
laage and strong ban
ing organization.
Interest is paid an  Saving: GA!
Balances half-yearly,
"'���'siness   Accounts   openet
o.-. ravorabie  terms.    ::   :
We
INCORPORATED 1855
^ASSETS;;$48,OOO.O00
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
Ter
White Star-DominioKU^
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Canadian hervice n��rs<
Lea\
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NEW STEAMED      ^
Montreal to Liverpoo\
8.8. LAURB��"r'C���
Triple screw,   .*\&~: ton*.
8.8. MEGANn^
Twin screw, i*,*rtn tons. T
largest and most modern. '
commodatlon equal to any cm
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. *G O U L E T,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
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CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limils  Line���20-minute service from f>:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-niintite  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute   service from fi:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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LOST STRAYED OU STOLEN���
From 321! Hospital street, Sapperton, hlack cocker spaniel hitch. Any
person detaining after this notice
will be prosecuted.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. II. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secretary .
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IF YOU WANT A
NERVE TONIC
Try AS AY A NEURAL
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $150
Try a "WANT" ad  in  The  N��
It will bring results.
I Ryall's Drug Store I
J! EYE8 TESTED BY OPTICIANS. ''
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Desixn.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39 Alexander St.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Math-
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenc
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRIINTIIN
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Pres*'
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victt>rH|
Street.
Try a "WANT" ad la The Newj
: wlll bring results. ���   -
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THIIEE.
-Jank of Montreal
b. ESTABLISHED 1817.
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
-,.APITAL   	
j|/fesERVE   	
ijlBranches throughout    Canada    and
swfoundlnnd,   anu   in   London,  Eng-
id, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
I* S.A., and Mexico  City.    A general
|j|/]|nking    business    transacted.    Let-
Ij|fr8 of Credit lssue.1.   available   with
^respondents in    all    parts of    the
>rld.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
!j\ceived ln sums of $1 and upward,
d Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
num  (preseit  rate).
Total  Assets   over   $180,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Those having furnished rooms to
let during the progress of tbe provincial exhibition, are asked to kindly
leave their names and addresses,
with the number of rooms tbey have
to let, at the secretary's office. Thomson block, where there will be some
person in attendance, up to the date
of the exhibition', to receive this information. Numerous Inquiries have
already been received as to the accommodation at tbe disposal of tlie
hotels, and private residences.
W. II. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
P. O. Box 59, New Westminster, B.C.
CARTOONIST TO TRAVEL     .
ALL OVEI! THE CONTINENT
CITY   SHUTS   OFF   ITS
WATER;   BODY   FOUND
Spokane Man Has Scheme to Organize
Tour cf  Newspaper Artists Along
Original   Lines.
Spokane, Oct.  2.���W. C.  Morris,
tie Spokesman-Review, will enter In-
SANITARY    NOTICE.
')(���     Westminster
���Transfer Co.
���6(fflce 'Phone H5.      Barn 'PMone 18?
Columbia Street.
��� ***  Baggage   delivered   promptly   '.b
^|. any part of the city.
"Hght and Heavy Hauling
s
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to tlie foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot. or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J.  PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
It is sdpposed that the child fell
into the creek while playing along the
banks.
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT
ateGardiner & Gardiner j
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Y)om fi. Westminster Trust. Building
New Westminster, B. C.
tone  661 Residence  Phone  133 <
,. c. ���  ' . ���   ���*��� ';
���������ts.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.'vate Hospital.
233 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
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Gold Watc'jes tor Ladh-s from |12/e
���';iV- Silver Watches,    gents'   open face
in a��.oo.
���.,. Bli.. ���    ,-u.hes, gents' open   case,
nid)'jMfcAjp.
tl] a Agenv    for    Waltham   and     Ligin
.atcbes.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
e��P'-'wo Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
tht:>__	
bant;",
For Sale
Six roomed bouse, all modern,
on Sixtli avenue.    Price $-fi25.
Nice eight. loomed cottage ou
Nanaimo street.    Price $1680.
Two storey seven roomed
house on Mowat street, on full
sized lot. Lovely view of river.
Price $2700 for tj nick sale.
Eight roomed house on Allan
street, Sapperton, on full sized
lot.    Price $1650.
Beautiful five roomed bungalow, modern and well finished,
on Sherbrooke street. Pri:e
$3200.
Tlie foregoing are but a few
of the many snap values we
li;i\��i for sale. Act quickly. Ca'l
and .'���ee us.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
PALMER
av.r.r GASOLINE ENGINES
ipenec
3V.   to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
IR��� Westminster Iron Works
1855 Phone   53.
nnn        Tenth  St.,   New  Westminster.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
Bellingham, Oct. 2.���-The body of
four-year-old Hari/y ,Brown, son of
Mrs. Jennie Brown, of 2215 Young
street, who disappeared yesterday,
and for whom the family iind police
were searching all night, was found
this morning in a pool above the Sylvan street crossing of Whatcom
creek.
When  no trace of the little fellow
was found this morning, the water de-
0j part ment shut down the dam at the
lake entrance, and as the stream rap-
Idly  subsided  Detective Tom  Nugent
to correspondence with cartoonists of j^jaughl   sight  of the child's garments
150 prominent journals in as many cit-  at the bottom of a hole In the creek
ies in the l'nited States and Canada,  be<>
with the view to arranging a tour of
the continent  so planned that "every
newspaper on the Circuit will have ti.e
services of eacli man some time dur-J
ing   the   twelve   months   required    to! Oil War On in Japan.
complete  the  journey.    Every   state, j    Tokyo,   Oct.   ..���The   Standard   Oil
territory  and province in America is company and Asiatic Petroleum corn-
to be visited. I pany, li nited, lune canceled the agree- j
"While the present plan is to treat: n-ent which they had, thus ending tlie.
only national subjects its developed in oil combination between Japanes ��� and
the news,"  Mr.  Morris said,  in   out- foreign companies.   As a consequence \
lining  the  undertaking,  "it  is  proba- a price war has heen begun.
ble  that  the  visiting  cartoonists   will .
also interpret the leading state or local stories in the city to which he is.
assigned at tlie time.    Other features1
may be added.
"If  the  idea  'takes'  with  thc   cai -;
toonists of the country, the plan will
be submitted to owners und managing
editors of  from  100 to  150 journals,1
to be selected by a committee,    lt is
planned   to   give   one    newspaper    in
each city on the circuit the exclusive
services of every man assigned there,|
in addition to a daily travel cartoon!
by its own artist, during the progress]
of the tour.
"The  primary  purpose  is  to  make
the trip one of education and inspiration, familiarize the pen and ink men;
with  all  parts of the  continent   and I
study the makers of its history; also;
to acquaint the people with the work;
of America's foremost cartoonists.
"Details  of  itineraries,   transports-]
tion, expense, and the management of i
the tour from a central office, probably   located In  Chicago,  will have to!
he  worked  out;   but there is   ample
time to do that, as the tour will not;
begin until next summer, unless it is j
decided by a majority of newspapers
to start earlier in l'Jll."
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FURNACE
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A good oven is the housekeeper's di li .1 :i
po-jr one ij Ih : despair of her life.    That's
wc want to tell you about this Chancellor.
A special divided flue m
the oven a perfect b
Ther.: i", not ;��� ran^c in
country can beat it,
Baking day   instead  of being a
trial end a disappointment i.; a pleasure, a
satisfaction.
Corn? in the store when you're down
ain t-i you just how thi;   flu:   distribute.;
cr  thc  whole oven.     Bakes i.i front just as
crust as well as upper.
baking rcsu
Its
The
CABLE   SNAPS   AND
LABORER
IS   CRUSHED
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means a marked saving in fuel, and better
Chancellor not only does its work better but at less cost than
oth
We can demonstrate to you tho wholo superior C
ind efficiency in ten minutes.
Isn't it wcrth that much of your time right now ?
The Chancellor is made for either coal or w ioi.   Oth
of every scrt, fer ever-.* purpose ani  all kinds of fud,  on display
Special der.cnstralior. now.
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO   '
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Gulchon  Building.
Phone  68T
Belllngham, Oct.  2.���L. A. George, i
of  Seattle,  a  member  of  the   bvi.lge
crew at work removing the old iron
bridge  at  Ferndale,  was  crushed  he-!
ncitli   a   falling   derrick    boom    this j
morning  and had both  legs and on?
arm broken,    Physicians at once removed  the left leg,  which  was  mangled to a shapeless  plup, but as the
other leg is broken In two places, as!
well  as  the  left   arm.   and   as  he   is
thought to have sustained internal in-'
i juries,  little  hopes  are  held  out  for
his recovery.
Tlie  accident    occurred    wbea   the:
i steel cable which  supports and  operates  the  lifting boom  of the  derrick;
snapped, allowing the heavy timber to  fia"tm_. -rz^7rjT^-^f^>*^t*mirF**iJJ^
crash  to the earth among the  workmen, pinning George beneath tt as it
rolled over.
George is a single man, aged about
twenty-flve.
hancellor principle of economy
GurneyOxford  designs
on our floor.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
681 Columbia Street
JAPANESE    MINISTER
RECEIVES   A   CAUTION!
b. c,       FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwh eeler
  S. S. PAYSTREAK j|
 leaves Hrnckman-Ker Milling Com-
���   ��� Billy's wharf, New Westminster, with
lIDI(WM��en. ers and freight ns follows:
Leaves New  Westminster Tuesday,
[��    Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. in.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri-
i -day and Sunday nt 7 a. in.
Flrat Class Passenger Accommodation
ft\ ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
101 New   Westminster.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER B. C
ply to
Westminster
|  GARAGE
I   All   Kinds  of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
IN
rnarvon   and  Sixth  St.  New
[Westminster B. ('., I'hone HM.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
,        CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
Tacoma, Oct. 2.���A halt on the issuance of marriage licenses to Japanese   men  and   American   girls   was
called this morning by County Auditor
\Y.   A.   Stewart.    The  order  followed
the application  of Sanlchi  Kanda, of
Allyn,   and   Miss    Daisy    Tuthill,    of
j Vaughn.   The couple had heen refused
I a license in Seattle, and came here,
following the precedent of two couples
| who weie married here Wednesday.
"There Is no state law against it,"
; s Os Auditor Stewart, "but we can
itake our time investigating the applications and they get tiled'of wait-
i ing."
Rev. Takahns'.il, a Japanese Baptist
��� minister, who appeared as the affiant
for tlje couple, was told t.i he cautious
; iu   swearing    to    applications    as    he
i (ght get into trouble.    He admitted
he  had just heen  Introduced   to the
I pair.
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-WORKINGMEN   REFUSE
TO    INDORSE    SOCIALISM
PROVINCIAL
HIBITION
Queens   Park,    New  Westminster,  B. C.
Under the Auspices of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
OCT. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8,1910.
$50,000
IN   PRIZES   AND
ATTRACTIONS
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILV NEV/S
csixn.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS  J*J*t*-������*���
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George
3,500   Tom���320   Feet   Long���18i/z   Knot*
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teave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Mondays and Fridays at 11:30
I p.m. for Prince Rupert.
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Wednesday and Saturdays at
2:00 p.m. for Victoria and Seattle.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert 5:00 p.m. Sundays and
Wednesdavs for Stewart; 10:00p.m. Mondays for Masset, and 10:00
p.m. Thursdays for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Lockport, Jedway
and Ikeda.
Solid wide 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.
For rates, time tables, booklets and full Information, passenger or
freight, apply to
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial Agent.
Telephone 7100. .   5I.7 prpnVHIe Steer, Vancouver.      Jflephpne 3060.
GENERAL AGENCY, TRANSATLANTIC 8TEAM8HIP LINE8.
Des Moines, la., Oct. '.'.���The Inter-
'national convention of carpenters and
joiners came to a dose yesterday,
The convention turned down the
resolution offered by the Chicago and
Milwaukee delegations to tha effect
that "socialism Is the salvation of the
laboring man."
The carpenters went on record faV-J
oring  giving un-industrial   course toi
young men in the public schools and
voted to establish a home for sick and
Infirm members of the union.
FORESTY   COMMISSION
SHORTLY   TO   REPORT
Victoria, Oct. 2.���The Forestry commission is sitting daily for consideration of its final report, which will be
presented to the government during
the current month.
Excellent progress Is also heing
made by the commission consisting of
Messrs." Charles Wilson, K, C, A. P.
Luxton, K. C, and Osborn Plunkett
engaged in the revision of the provincial statutes. This commission has
promised to have its work completed
and its repoit in rea .iness prior to the
opening of the next sepslon of the assembly.
Cotton Trade Lockout. ���
Manchester, Eng., Oct. 2.���The Federation of Master Cotton Spinners
yesterday declared a lockout of 130,-
000 operatives, and at noon closed tbe
doors of 700 mills owned by Its members.        .- .        . ^	
Official Opening, by Hon. Richard McBride,  Premier
of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches*
Wednesday���Scottish Sports and Scottish Concert.
Thursday���Vancouver Day-American Day.
Friday���Children's Day.
Saturday���Exhibition will continue until 10:30 p. m.
Wagner's Band, of Seattle, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This was the
official band at the Alaska-Yukon Exposition in 1909, and has a world-wide reputation.
Summerland Band. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Vancouver Musicians' Band, Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday
evening,.
Vancouver Pipers' Band, Wednesday.
Al. G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMSHIP LINES
T. J. Trapp,
President.
W. H. Keary,
Manager and Secretary.
GOP SAVE THE KING
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
���, A. Paige Managing Director
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1910.
THE    HUDSON    BAY    RAILWAY.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE 73.      71*718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
The opposition of the conservaAjyeJ ^
party to the Hudson Bay Railway*
dertaking, which is only part of their ;
general  efforts   to   hinder  the  carry-1
ing out of the  progressive  policy of:
the Liberal government, is likely 'toi
be renewed upon the reassembly   of;
I
parliament.      One might expect   that ���
with oft-repeated assertions that they I
are desirous  of advancing the djvel-!
epment and rr��Sr*ss of the country,
the   conservatives   would   lend    tSieir,
aid in  the  promotion  of a   business- '
like transportation policy such as the
Liberal government has initiated and,
has  indeed In  a goodly   measure   already   carried   to   practical   achieve-
I
ment.
But they prefer to adopt the dog in
the   manger   method.      When   they'
were    in    power    the    Conservatives
scarcely advanced the commercial interests of the country one degree by
a settld railway policy, and   now, annoyed   by   the   great    strides    wliich
have been made under the aegis    of
an  intelligent   Liberal  administration,
they seek to hinder the achievement!
of the  splendid  railway policy  which j
Sir  Wilfrid  Laurier has  put  forward i
as a prime factor in the opening up
of the northwest.
An important contribution to the
discussion on the Hudson's Bay route '
is the statement of M. J. Butler, made \
at Halifax recently, that the comple-!
tion of the Hudson's Bay railway will I
open the markets of Western Canada
to the products of the maritime provinces. This is, says the Winnipeg
Free Press, "but another Indication of
the growing feeling that this railway
is an immediate necessity and will be
a national boon. Before accenting the
position as general manager of the
Dominion Steel Corporation, Mr. Butler was deputy minister of railways,
a position which he filled most creditably. Following a visit west, during
which he went carefully over the preliminary plans of the Hudson's Bay
Railway and investigated at first hand
the needs of the country wliich it was
to serve, he gave it as his opinion
that the railway was one of the projects which should receive the immediate attention of the government,
and he pushed the plans forward energetically.
���   "Mr. Butler's first convictions were
based on what he saw of the needs
of the prairie provinces in the way of
a  second  outlet   for  tlieir   products,
and he advocated it despite the contention advanced by interests in the
east, that there should be nothing to
support   the  railway   except   a  small
amount of outgoing freight for a few !
months of the year.    The Free Press
has contended from the first that  by I
the time the line could be completed
there would be freighl in readiness to'
heap it busy most ol the year.   Strong
support of this contention is found in j
Hie  statement   thai   coal  car.  be  1 ild
down  in  the  west   within  a  reasona-
Ffr?
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Dairy ind Poultry Farm
In MISSION TOWNSITE
Nearly 15 acres are in cultivation, good house
and necessary buildings and stock, well fenced and
cleared.   $10,000, easy terms.
Apply S- S.      P. O. Box 29
Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME SITE
Corner lot, 132 feet, on Second. We
offer for sale for a few days a cosy
cottage situated on corner lot, having
132 feet frontage on Second street.
The most magnificent view in tiie
east end.   Price $4000.
Kellington Bros.
Northern Crown Bank Building
Phone 680 Columbia St.
TOTf.SMI
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During  Exhibition Week This Store Will Be Open Every Day from 8 a.m. tto 6 p.m.    Saturday, 8 dm i
10 p. n. '"
Vane
Have You Bought
Your Raincoat
It you have not, come and let us show you our excellent range of rubber cravenette, and covert coats. Here are styles that are smart even in
raincoats. Many are made with the much demanded Raglan shoulders,
others in smart coats with leather trimming. Navys, greys and fawns are
the most popular sellers this season. Inspect our selection, It Is a choice
showing, and the coats are so reasonably priced. Ladies' and children's
sizes.    From  $7.50 t o$15.00
A Snap In
Umbrellas
The extra large size, too, the kind you require for the heavy rains we
get. We have seven dozen of these���ladles' sizes, silk and linen gloria
covers. You'll pay up to $2 for these at some stores. Sold here at $1.75.
Today's price   $1.35
Accident Insurance.
Automobilel   Insurance.
GLOVE SEASON  HERE
All styles of gloves for this season. The
Soft Suede in pearl and grey that give a
perfect fit. Fownes', Perrins' and Dents'
$1.50 to $2.25 per pair.
We have lined gloves, silk or wool, all sizes
$1.25 to 3.50 per pair.
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
:
Home of Quality
618 Columbia St.
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PUBLIC NOTICE.
tionship  and   Canada , will   be
more of a unit.
prairie   provinces   and   those   oh   the
Atlantic   seaboard  have   been   chiefly      T,        >,,.,���    ,,,���,��� ,   ,
Those having furnished    rooms   to
those of blood and a common loyalty, j let during the progress of the provin-
Bring these provinces together in the  fit ex''ibfitlon'  are  askfd   to  kindly
| leave   their   names    and    addresses,
common bonds of a closer trade rela-.with the number of rooms they have
* much!i     Iet' at the secretary's office, Thom
son block, where there will be some
No one has attempt- person in attendance, up to the date
ed to denv that the Hudson Bay Rail-'��f tl,e exhibition, to receive this  Information.    Numerous   Inquiries have
way will bring Great Britain and the already  been  received as to  the  ac
Canadian West much closer together,
and now it is being learned that there
aie other advantages which will accrue trom lis construction, On analysis it is found thai the chief opposi-
A Sale
Of Our
Sample Fun
lot of travellers' sain
Kvery piece ls In exi
Here comes a timely offer, a clearing
furs, comprising about 150 pieces in all.
lent condition and includes marmot stoles, Russian hare collai
children's sets in bearskin, mock ermine, fox and Thibet, sulta.
for children of all ages. Come early, this is an extra ordinal
offer. Prices range from 50c to $15.00, and every piece is a ba
gain.
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commodation at the disposal    of   the
hotels, and private residences.
W. II. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
P. O. Box 59, New Westminster, B.C.
Rob   Bobb,  the  great, comedian   at
tion to the construction bf the line .the Scottish concert. Enjoy a laugh. ���
.        ., has come from interests which desire!    mi. ,,,    ,��� .���,    ,      .���.,,      ���,
ble radius ot Nelson or Churchill ai a i    I'01   all electrical    work    and con-
that  the  whole of tho  trade  of   the  traota Phone T. Roberts. 761.       **
total freight charge
fit mouth.
of $-1    from the
west,   both   in   and   outgoing,   should'    Heiir MiKK Munn and Mr- Morrison
in  "Tho Token,"  opera house,    Octo-
In the past the bonds between the  pass through Ontario and Quebec."        bor 5. **
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
If so, you will want the very best
that can be offered for your money,
and It does not matter what class of
cabin is desired.
THE ROYAL LINE
will fill your wants. First, Second and
Third Cabin accommodation ls unexcelled whilst the Dining Service leavea
nothing to be desired.
The Next Sailings are
Royal George Sept. 29
Royal Edward  Oct. 13
Royal George    Oct. 27
Royal  Edward    Nov.  10
R .Goulet, agent C. P. R., will book
your passage via these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton, general agent,
Scott block, Winnipeg, Man.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must b(
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street, and Fifth avenue, where It will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of thc Sanitary Rylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13. 1010.
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You have had It ln  the repair shop, but, while il Is running, will n<
run accurately.    The reason for dissatisfaction  ls  that   the  man  who
did the repairs Is either incapable or doing good work or Is not conscientious In bis work, or, in all probability, be Is gifted with both ol
the faults mentioned,
W'e have been fortunate in securing tho services of a first c'asi
watch-nan who has taken charge of our watch repair work. A man
who will toll you the truth ln regard to the condition of your watch,
and will repair it properly, and, as a consequence, it will not only
run, but Keep accurate time.
Agents for  Howard,  Ball  and  Longine Watches.
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
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GOOD BUYS IN CITY HOMES
TWELFTH STREET, now residence,
seven rooms, and large concrete
basement, bath, etc.; lot 41x140;
lane in rear; good position on car
line and commanding fine view.
Price ?:I500, easy terms.
No. 137.���New six-room house on
Tenth street, close to the business
district; full lot with lane in rear.
$850 cash will handle this snap and
the. balance can be arranged to suit
purchaser.
ROYAL AVENUE, near Seventh
Btreet, large modern house, recently
renovated throughout. Price $1000;
$1500 cash.
LONDON STREET, close to Twelfth
street, large lot, cement sidewalks.
Price $650;  $200. cash.
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White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
No. 133.���Xew seven room house on
Henley street, near Orphanage,
(soon to be paved). $2750;
third cash, balance to arrange.
one-
No. 132.���Fine residential lot, with
small house, close ln, on future
business street; the best speculative buy in the city. $2600; one
third cash, balance easy payments.
No. 111.���A full sized lot cleared and
in fruit on Regina street, with comfortable house; sewer on this
street; for $1800. Small cash payment will handle thai.
'^v^jMrr-^aRSS_OBH5
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1910.
THE DAILY NEV/S.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
CON JONES LOST MONEY
FINANCING LACROSSE
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Vancouver Sports Promoter
Past Season.
The'iad truth Is out at lust. Con
Jones jproppe^LJJie sum of $704.43 during th* past lacrosse season ln trying to build*-h^'a team capable of annexing the Minto Cup. The figures
telling the harrowing story were given
out at a private banquet in Vancouver on Friday evening, when Con
also - made the announcement that
there was a strong probability that he
would" again attempt the impossible
next year.
Here is the tale of a blasted hope,
done up in figures and ciphers:
Auditor'* Report.
Certified report drafted by Sewell &.
Company.
Vancouver Lacrosse club, season of
1910: In accordance with your instructions we hare examined the casn
book containing the receipts and ex-
connection   with    the
Minto Cup Trusteeship,
if P. I). Ross, of Ottawa, insists on
his resignation as a Minto Cup trustee being accepted, Canada's national,
game will be the loser. Long before
the lacrosse trophy was donated by
the former governor-general Mr. Ross
was known from one end of Canada
t-v ,     mnras   in   t\     *        to the other as a trustee of the fam-
Dropped     $764.43   During  ous stanley CUPi emblematic of Can-
ada's hockey championship, and his
presence on both of these boards has
been a guarantee of fair play In arrangements and honesty^ in competition. ''Acjfoorough sportflman himself',
Mr. Ross would stand for nothing that
would be regarded w4*h^ suspicion or
that sayored of unfair methods. Tbe
New Westminster 'News writer, in
making note of Mr. Ross' resignation,
allows local prejudice to dominate his
better Judgment, accusing the broad-
minded Mr. Ross of being an eastern
partisan. Whether this is the general
view held on the coast or not I cannot say, but I fall to see where there
has been any reason for it, but I do
know that ln the middle west Mr.
Ross, more particularly through his
connection with hockey, has always
been regarded with the utmost respect
Vancouvers Lose.
Toronto, Oct. 2.���By a score
of eight goals to six the Young
Torontos yesterday vanquishe 1
tbe Vancouver Athletic club's
lacrosse team, which came east
in an endeavor to capture ihe
Mann Cup, emblematic of the
amateur lacrosse championship
of Canada.
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pendltures   in    connection   wun    me i -
���operating ot the Vancouver Lacrosse and confidence. In only one year was
team during the season of 1910 and there any reason for complaint, and
certify that the attached" statements I that happened during Mr. Ross's ab-
tairly show the receipts and expendi-'i ,      ���.. . ,     ...
tures from April, 1910, to September, sence from the C0Untry aDd WUh *
1910. Junior member of the board of   trus-
The result of the   season's   opera-1 tees  In  charge  of  affairs.   With  the
tions is a loss of 1764.43.   This loss Is | New Westminster Xews, It ts a case
quarter had been played when one, of
the mo$t exciting fights that JaSl
been seen on a lacrosse field for some
lithe happened, Laviolette and Tommy
Gilford mixing it up in great style.
Several of the other players made'
wild passes at each other, but only
Hugh Gifford and Dr. Lachapelle came
right down to cases and qualified fpr
a twenty minute penalty. Laviolette
also secured a twenty minute tax, but
Tommy GlfTord, who addressed unparliamentary remarks to Matt Barr, was
told to keep off the fleld for the remainder of the game, this being the
severest penalty handed out this tea-
son. There have been other game
punishments, but none were given so
early in a match.
Concerning the mlxup Matt Barr
gave the following to the News:
"Tommy Gifford and Laviolette
were struggling on the ground, I ran
up to see what had happened. While
they were struggling I saw a policeman who had run up, standing by. I
admit that I used language to him
that  I  should  not  have,  because  he
covered by Con Jones' advance of
$1000, thus leaving a balance in band
���of $235.57.    Yours faithfully.
KENDALL, SEWELL & CO.
Chartered Accountants.
The  report  includes the   following
comprehensive details:
Expenditure   for   Season.
Wages to 33 players    $11,350.00
wages
ind
Doctors and hosplta
Drugs
Trainers
penses       	
B. C. E. R. special cars
Printing        	
Signs     	
Laundry
Newspapci
Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
Apples
Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also try our SWEET PO-
B.C. Mills
limber and  Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
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TURNED  WORK, FISH   BOXES-    LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal CitylPlaning Mills] Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box 13?
TOMATOES
Contractors and
House Builders
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, \Vc have a full   line   of
Builders  Hardware in tnis
Before Building See Us, as we
money.    Also Complete
tke   Best
City.
believe
Stock   oi
we   can  save   you
PAINTS  and OILS
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T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
570.25
172.05
112.50
5S2.75
s
^^^             advertising   ....
Ushers, ticket collectors and
reserved  seat sellers   ....
Donation to Maple  Leaf Lacrosse club   	
Donation     to    scliool     boys
(sticks)     	
C.   P.   R.   transportation   of
players     	
Street advertising and tallv-
ho       	
Police   charges   	
Deposit  cheque  and  fees to
B. C. L. A	
'Entertaining    Montreal    Lacrosse club   	
V.  A.   C.-Westminster   Intermediates and football clubs
(curtain   raisers)   	
'Tele, rains        	
Carpenter   work    	
Photos       	
Recreation Park Company ..
New   Westminster   Lacrosse
club        	
Referees       	
City  bands   	
Lacrosse requisites   	
Layyer's   fees    	
lnci'lentals, fuel, etc	
Balance  in  bank   	
Receipts   for   Season. ;
ffcash advanced by Con J ones. .$1,00 ..00
- <5ate receipts, April 23        737.10
���<Gate receipts, April 30        456.60
MJate receipts, May 14       2127.50
���Gate receipts. May 28  . ...t.   2T68.00
.'Gate receipts, June 11      2208.25
.' Gate receipts, July 1     4593.00
133.00
03.00       l*il*l*^^    m..~. ..	
ing the game With the school boys, as
5fi3.05  young Canada  has shown  a   dlsposi-
82.50  tion in the last few years to follow in
210.551 the footsteps of Hans Wagner and Ty
311.10 Cobb   rather th.tn to become   second
07.70 'John Whites or Tommy Giffords. Mr.
338.95  Lally's   work   in   tins    connection    is
i most laudable and here .-��� hoping that
349.75 the results will be such that his factory staff will have to be doubled and
2nii.u0 trebled.    It   Is  another   matter,  however, to name him as the logical sue-
98.00 cessor of P. D. Ross as a Minto Cup
trustee.    The  Cornwall   man   is  still
more or less actively connected with
the game,  and  for  that  reason
not be acceptable in some quarters for
tbe third trustee, the other two being
Sir Edward Clouston, of Montreal, and
Premier McBride, of British Columbia.
Although lacrosse has been practically
01.50 a  dead  issue  throughout  tho  prairie
j provinces during the past few years,
the indications point to a revival, and
a   suggestion   that  tbe   third   trustee
s'.iould   be   selected   from  tbe   middle
west Is  worthy  of consideration,    ln
tbis connection the name of Isaac Pit-
blado,   of  Winnipeg,  has  been   mentioned,  and   Mr.   Pltblado   would   undoubtedly prove an ideal man for the
position.���Regina Leader.
C A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and]443
Sapperton  Phone 373
110.00
27.00
80.40
10.00
4,302.02
,     ,    ,   , ���  ���..���   ......was laughing and I emphatically   re-
of "The king is dead   long live   me ��  m�� �� -
king."   Itt^^^^X^SS Immediately  Tom Gifford  Jumped  to
Joe  Lally   of Cornwall   for tie   vac �� policeman and
ancy.   Lally is now at the coast and | ��� ��
has  apparently  been  making  a ?��od ng ^ languagei| - .
fellow of himself out there  The Coin- |towardsBhlm '-. turned t0 Giffor* ^J   JATOES  and   IllCe Tipe
wall man has done a.good_deal fo?.4*\        him ^ ^^ j m wag   .q H	
crosse   in   Canada,   for   has    n.ot   uk. , ^ ^ he be
Lally lacrosse s Ick been famous fo. | ^   ^^ j
many years.    Also fceJiM.***JX<[\would  send  hlm  off  for  the rest of;
the game, which I did. I much regret
having had to do so, as 1 had no right
to speak as I did."
Incidentally Laviolette introduced a!
new element when he bit Gifford's
thumb while tbey were scrapping.
That sort of thing may go all right
in Montreal, but is not likely to become popular in the west.
With the teams playing ten men a '
side. Grumpy Spring got hold of the
I rubber and  netted after some pretty
skirmishing.
)    Gagnon unloaded a French trick on
wlul!Bill   Turnbull   while   the   latter   was
mav  prone on the ground, driving the butt
"   end of his stick into William.    Matt
Barr wised up and gave Gagnon   ten
minutes   to   ponder   over   his   wicked
ways.
Shortly   before   half   time   Gauthier
again tallied for the easterners, his ex-1; Newsy  thought  during  the  flrst half
ploU, being greeted with loud olieers of the match is not what he thought
from tbe grandstand.    The Nationals"'during the last half,
had no lack of supporters in   the audi-' Teams.
A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
Diamond Rings from  $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from    $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and  diamond,  pearl  and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER  AND JEWELLER.
Trust   Block.
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*     Dominion   Trust   Block. Columbia   St.
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Old  Trick Tried.
Westminster-
Nationals.
Goal.
90.1.85
125.00
324.00
G72.31
50.00
78.05
235.57
Gate receipts, August fi   	
Gate receipts, August 13 ..
Gate receipts. September 5 ..
, Deposit cheque returned from
B   C.  L.  A	
Donation   from   Seattle   Auto
club       I	
2768.25
1924.75
3129.00
500.00
47.00
Total
(Signed)
 $22,259.45
WM. ELLIS,
Secretary treasurer.
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When the Nationals trooped out of Gray       L'Heureux
the  dressing  room  at  half  time  and I Point.
lined up on the field there was a com-. Marshall  Cattarinloh
motion among the Westminster men. I Coverpoint.
Something    uncanny    had    happened. T. Gifford     Gagnon
Bouilliane, the    outside    home    man, j First   Defence.
had  vanished  completely  and ln  his  H.   Gifford    ������   Decarie
stead stood   Beauchamp,   one of   the I Second   Defence.
Nat's spare men. This dodge of bring- J. Gifford   Clement
ing on a fresh man during a game is | Third    Defence.
so very old that it was almost forgot- G.   Rennle       Lachapelle
ten on the   coast, but .-ime   ancient j Centre.
sage with a long memory remember- C. Spring    Duckett
ed, and it was all off with Mr. Beau-| Third    Home.
champ.    The substitute was sent off j W. Turnbull      Dulude
and Bouilliane trotted out again.                              Second   Home.
Grumpy Spring evened the score in Wintemute     Cauthiei
11 minutes and 25 seconds, doing his I First   Home.
duty about two minutes before he was Feeney       Laviolette
presented with a five minute tag for | Outside   Home.
paying too close attention to Decarie. L. Turnbull    Bouilliane
Great Finish.                     j                           Inside.
In   the   final   quarter Westminster G.   Spring       Dussault
Canadian] Pacific Railway
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SepL 27th to Oct 1st
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept. 28
Good to return until Oct. 6.
gave a flne exhibition of a garrison
finish, scoring four goals with ease.
Wintemute, who secured the ball from
^^^^^       Officiate.
Referee���Matt Barr.
Timekeepers���J. J. Johnston and B.
Feeney, who carried it up the fleld in F. Armstrong.
flne   style,   just   dove   lt   in   past      Penalty Timers���P.
L'Heureux  without    difficulty.    With E. H. Savage
A. Devlne and
Gagnon and Clement on the fence
Grumpy again tallied. Brother Cliff
duplicating the performance three I
minutes later. Feeney transgressed
the rule of light checking and was
sent off for five minutes. Then Bill
I'tiriibull and Duckett, who can hardly
be callet bosom friends, found an excuse for a scrap and piled In. The
light did not lasc long, hut what there
was of it was all to the Jack Johnson,
When they were pried apart William
and Richard weie sent home by
Referee Barr.
Clemen! pui a neat one over on
ths penalty checkers, When his five
minute tine wus uu Ed. Savage called
out to him to ;;et line; to the field.
Theie was no answer for the very
sufficient reason that Clement
sneaked off  ahead of time an:
Goal Umpires���Bones Allen and C.
A. Bourne.
Goal   Sunmary.
First   Quarter.
Mins.
1. Nationals, Gauthier    10:50
Second   Quarter.
2. New Westminster, G. Spring. 9:00
;',.    Nationals,     Gauthier  fi:30
Thirl    Quarter.
New   Westminster, G. Spring.ll:25
Fourth    Quarter.
New   West.,   Wintemute.
New West., G. Spring  ...
7. N'ew West., C. Spring  ...
8. New  West., Wintemute- .
Penalties.
First Quarter���
^^1   Westminster��� Nationals
had  C. Spring  ..5 min.    Dussault..5 min
was T. Gifford. .5 rain.
'
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE
FOR ROUND TRIP
* J. ���:.
Canadian Pacific Railway
4.
fi.
hard at work on the fleli,    How and]    Total 10 min.
when  he  returned to  h.s  position is Second Quarter���
not   known, but he did  it and did it Gauthler. .5 min
very neatly. T, Gifford, game.    Laviolette. .20 min
Punk    Wintemute    wade    the    last ;H. Gifford.20 min.    Lachapelle.20 min
^^^^^^^^^        Gagnon
Total    30 min.
(T.  Gifford's  penalty
in
Scene fron "David
Harum," the  Production to
House Toniqht.
at the
tally of the day, scoring after some
pretty combination play. Buck Marshall  paid  one  of  his  rare  visits to	
the penalty bench, where be deposited ter,  10  minutes, and twenty
a five minute tag as a guarantee that  in last two quarters),
he   was   not   there   of   his   own   free,Third Quarter���
will.
The excitement at the finish of the,
game was less than at any other stage G. Spring ..5 min
during the proceedings. |    Total   25 min.
For the champions Punk Wintemute i Last Quarter���
on the home and Jimmy Gifford on IW. Turnbull ..5 min
the defence excelled, although the
whole team played well. Gauthler
was the slippery eel of the Nationals,
and Jack Laviolette the gatllng gun,
but his rapid shots failed to get beyond Sandy Gray. The other members
of the teams played goodj but not brilliant lacrosse.
Newsy Lalonde chewed cigars and
watched the game from the side.1 What
10 min
55 min
this  quar-
minutes
Clements. .5 min
Gagnon.. 5 min
10 min.
^^^^^^^^^^       Gagnon..5 min
Clement. .5 min
Feenev .. 5 min.
W. Turnbull..Game.   Duckett..Game
Marshall,.5 min. '..
Total, -.v1-.,''. 33 min. 13 min
Grand total, Westminster, 98 min.;
Nationals. 83 miru
Total   penalties   for   game, n three
hours, one minute.
When purchasing anything the question most people ask is, Who
can sell me the best goods at the lowest price ? lt is the same with
insurance. Consult me and I will show you that I can save you
nion^ypn your next policy.   There's a reason.
I represent only strong, reliable companies that aro widely known
for their low rates and fair dea ing.
1 ..  .vStt
GENERAL AGENT.
'���,?.��.'
ALFRED W. McLEOD
M
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1910
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PUZZLING DISEASE
TO BE ISOLATED
LIFE   IN   FLAT  CAUSES   INSANITY.
New York State Commissioner Plans to Quarantine
Infantile Paralysis.
Albany, X. Y. 0 it. 2.���State Commissioner of Eealth Porter is making
a careful Study of infantile paralysis
in this state, which  hn.-.  caused com
Pealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender for
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver. B.
C." will be received at this office un-i
til 4 p.m., on Wednesday, October 26, I
19.10,  for    the    construction    of    an
Examining   Warehouse,     Vancouver,)
B. C.
Plans, specification.and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at the office ol Mr. Joseph
Greenfield, resident architect, Winnipeg, -Man. Mr. Win. Henderson, resident architect. Victoria, B. C, at the
Pest Office, Vancouver, and at this
department. jsiderahle worry cf h;te to the medical
Persons tendering are notified that profession. The state health depart-
tenders will not be considered unless I ment today gave pul this statement:
marie on the printed forms supplied. | "While recent investigations estab-
and signed with their actual signa- lish beyond a reasonable doubt thai
tures, stating their occupations and this is a communicable disease, it has
places of residence.    In the case    of j not as yet heen positively Ce ermined I vous   insanity   never   experienced   by
Increase   Due   to    Cramped    Quarters,
Says  Dr.  Podstata.
Flat and "bdnze" diive people insane an.l are among the causes primarily responsible for increase in the
mentally deficient population of the
country. This is according to an opinion bused on experience and stud, advanced by Dr. V. Podstata, of Chicago, an authority on disease of the
mind and who for many years was
connected with state institutions for
the insane.
Dr. Fodestat repudiates a theory
urged by Dr. Forbes Winslow in London to the end that the insane will
outnumber the same within forty
years, but agrees that insanity is
mora frequent in recent years.
The cramped existence that flat and
tenement   buildings   develops   a    ner-
Try The
firms, tlie actual signature, tlie nature ! by what means it is transmitted from  fathers several generations buck who
of the occupation and place of residence of each member jof the firm must
be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque-on a chartered
bank,  payable   to   the   order    of    the
one person to another. . j lived  much  in the open.    Thefevolu-
"Recognizing, however, its accepted ��� tion of civilization demands more from
transmisslbllity, the state health de-: mental powers and asks little of the
partmenl has placed it on tlie list, of' physical being. This lack of balance
(Iiiarantiniible diseases and now' re- '��� produces insanity.
Quires it to he leported and quaran- More recent statistics with refer-
Honorable the Minister of Public Itined for a period of twenty-one ria. s. ence to the number of Insane per cap-
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.) | "With the view of systematically IIta population shows:
of the amount of thc tender, which : studying the cause and prevalence of In 1903 the proportion of insane to
will lie forfeited if the person tender-1 this disease. Commissioner Porter has ' population in Xew York was one to
ing decline to enter Into a contract recently '���placed *iri the hands of ever;/ 300; California, one to 275; Nevada,
���when called upon to do so. or fail toiphysician In the state blanks on which one to 21.0-; Wyoming, one to li'SO,
complete the work contracted for. If i lie urges a detailed report of every and the average in tlie United States,
the tender be not accepted the cheque  C&se which  has arisen since January one to nliT.
will be returned. jl, 1910.   This plan, it is thought, will I    Europe  in  1906:    Germany, one  to
The  department   does   not  bind  it- not   only   result   in   the   reporting   of 5iM;   Switzerland, one to 200;   Canton
If to accept    the lowest    or    any many cases, but furnish much valua- Zurich, one to 103.
ble  information  regarding   a  disease |    Great   Britain,   1900:   England   and
concerning  which  there seems  to be  Wales, one to 200;   Scotland, one   to
so   little  known, except   its   possible 275;  Ireland, one to 204.
consequences. i    In Illinois:    In 1878 the proportion
"The state he-ilth department urges  of insane to sane was one to 1152: in
united co-operation cf the citizens in  1H08 it was one to 405.
Try Mooney Biscuits with any others.   Let the taste of each be
the judge and decide which you like the best.    Mooney Biscuits have
the  largest  sale in Canada.    Their  incomparable  flavor  alone would
command it.    Their appetizing crispness and inviting dcliciousness is
��� simply irresistible.
Here in our famous sunlit sanitary factory, with its hundreds of skilled
employes���its 640 windows���its 3 miles of floor space, we create this
perfect soda cracker.
Mooney's Perfection
\*n.
mi 1
Cream Sodas
('-,*
tender.
By order.
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, September 21, 1910.
  j the   state   in   its    enerpetic
Newspapers will not be paid for this ('against infantile paralysis."
In   six short years  Mooney Biscuits  have jumped into  popular       \?**~     .jj-.Vs
com bai |
advertisement  if they  insert it without authority from the department
LOCAL     IMPROVEMENT     NOTICE
The Municipal Council of the City of!
New Westminster having by resolu-|
tion determined and specified that it i
is desirable to carry out the following j
works, that is to say:
To construct cement concrete side-
walks, retaining walls, boulevards, |
storm sewers, paved roadway and
street lights on Columbia street, from
tlie east line of Fourth street to the
west line of Leopold place, and tbat
said works shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the
"Local Improvement General Bylaw
1909."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to tlie Council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said hylaw upon the said works,
giving statements, showing the
amounts estimated to he chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefitted by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the
said reports are open for inspection at i
the ofllce of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster. II. C. and that unless a petition against the proposed works above
mentioned, signed by a majority of
the the owners of the land or real pro-
I erty to be assessed or Charged in respect of such works representing at
least one-half in value thereof is presented to the Council wthin fifteen
days from the date of the first publication of this notice, the Council will'
proceed with the proposed improvements under such terms and conditions as to the payment of the cost of
. uch Improvements as the Council
may by bylaw in that behalf regulate
and determine and also to make tlie
said- assessment.
lhited this 27th day of September.
A. 1).. 1010.
W. A. DUNCAN,
f. City Clerk.
Date of first publication, September
29, 1910.
"Thesa tiguies to not take into consideration  tne feeble-minded, the epi-
ie;ities, and the neurotic and unstable
j people,"  said  Dr.  Podstata.    "It  is  a
1 fact   that  the  neurotic   and   unstable
DID   MUCH   IN   TWO   WEEKS  I,eoP1(?   outnumber   the    total   insane,
  feeble-minded,    and   epileptic.    Theie
Seattle,   Oct.   2.���During    the    two llas been a nmrked apparent  increase
weeks Max Warden was actln . mavor
ACTING   MAYOR
'AP">ELL
in the number of these defectives in
of this city he achieved the following ProP��rtton to the increase iu popula-
results
The Arcade Dance hall, which was
running contrary to law, was closed.
Negro clubs where liquor was sold
and gambling was conducted were
closed.
Orders were given to drive from the
city the men vlio live off the earnings
of women of the restricted district.
Public gambling was stoppei
tion.
"How much of this apparent increase is tin actual increase is impossible to say. because it is impassible
to obtain definite figuies of all the
insane. There aie i,.;u.. never recognized and more ke;it at home or in
private institutions nowadays that
was the case te l or twenty years ago.
"The  situation  is  serious,   but   far
The Pike street district was cleared fl'0ln ll0I,eless- There is no doubt that
of women who had left the restricted tlle frequency of insanity is being
district. j steadily   lesrened,   and   if  the   proper
Orders were given to compel the preventative measures were taken, in-
uptown cafes to run their establish- ��te-'d of an increase there would be a
ments decently. idecrease in proportion to the popula-
At the recommenation of die acting t--on-
mayor tlje application for the renewal'
of    the    saloon    license    of    Charles
Shomo. found guilty of violating  the
Sunday closing iaw, wns rejected.
At the recommendation of the act-
in-;  mayor the city council  passed a
j resolution   declaring   that
tlon of the Sunday closlm
'Such   measures   as   t'.ie   following
would serve.to reduce Insanity  great-
"The marriage law should be regulated   so   that    degenerates,    habitual
drunkards,  and  those  afflicted   with
one   viola-I blood diseases could not   marry,
law would.     "Theie should he sterilization of de-
he dee-ned  sufficient  excuse   for  re- generate  hopeless  defectives,  Includ-
favor throughout the entire Dominion.    Vou will understand why when     y-
you eat them for the first time. \i w
You can get Mooney Biscuits   at your  grocer's, fresh   and   flaky
in damp-proof wax paper lined packages. ^���<f...'���****
Try some today���their taste will please you.
The Mooney Biscuit & Candy Co., Ltd., Stratford, Canada
-" ��� .*   \
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n____m__t^-^**a%v____m HMMaMaMMMWiMMa
URNIT
voting the saloon license of tlie offender.
Strict orders were .'.j-ci to compel
saloonkeepers to kee-: clssed on Sun-
da v.
DEPT. OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE.
NELSON,   B.   C,   RIFLE   RANGE
NOTICE  TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on en-
veloj e "Tender foi* construction of
Nelson, B, C, Rifle Range," and addressed to the Secretary of the Militia Council. Headquarters, Ottawa,
will he received until noon, the 16th
October, for the construction of a rifle
Range at Nelson. B. C.
Plans and specifications may he
seen, and full information obtained at
the offices of the District Officer Commanding Military Distiict No. 11, Vic-
toiia, B. (.'., the Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa, and
the Offlcer Commanding 102nd Regt,
Nelson, B. C.
Tenueis must be made on the form
supplied by the Department, and accompanied by an accepted cheque, on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cent of the amount of the tender,
payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Militia and Defence, which amount will be forfeited
if the party tendering decline to
enter into a contract, in accordance
with the tender.
The Department does not bind it-
ee f to accept the lowest or any tender.
BUG. FISET,
Colonel.
Dep'y. Minister of Militia and Defence. H. Q. 18���115���2.
Department of Militia und Defence.
Ottawa.
Ottawa 19th September, 11)10.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement If they Insert it
without authority from the Department.
ing  the   habitual   drunkard    and    the
criminal.
"Education   of  the  public  on   questions of nervous and mental health.
"Careful   lraining of children   based
The city council  appointed   a  com-' upon stud**- of tlie individual child,
mittee  to  investigate  the  charges of j    "The stafe should  study  the cases
graft   made  by acting  mayor against  of Insanity'through laboratory inspeo-
Chief of Police Wa.i>i enstein. ttlon of each  patient  attained  to the
The course of Max Wardall as act-' institutions,
ing  mayor  was  approved    by   resolu-j    "The elimination  of alcohol,  bered-
tion of the city council. ity, and a certain blood disease would
The acting mayor formally removed   do away with  90 per cent of the in-
Chief Wappenstein from office. sanity in this country."
CHARLES YULE
Who will appear as General Wolsey in. "David Harum,
this evening.
at the opera house
Another Carload
of New Furniture
We have just added another Showroom to our
store. You cannot see half our stock from outside ;
you must come and look around our two main floors,
then down to our basement showroom to see a fine selection of furniture. Everyone that comes in for the
first time is wonderfully surprised, Last Fair time
two could handle our business, now it requires eight.
This Is How It Es Done
&
Window Shades
Lace Curtains
Rugs and Squares
Positively the lowest price in town. Imported by us direct from the Old
Allow us to estimate and convince you.    Country.   Nobody can sell for less and
live.   35c to $10.00 per pair.
Bed Springs
and Mattresses
Complete for $10.00 Largest selection and lowest price.
This is not a shoddy outfit but one   About 400 Rugs now in stock,
that will give satisfation.
Axminster Parlor Rugs
Strong COUCh, $5.50 27x54 inches, $1.95 each
ALL FURNITURE bought in Car Lots and sold for the lowest possible prices.
A Trial Order Solicited.
I tlWW    "'"J* "��� *'*\
Denny & Galloway
43-45 Sixth Street
New Westminster, B.C.
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ADVERTISE    IN    THE   DAILY   NEWS
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jl=x3y^4h.':.4��v' MONDAY, OCTOBER  3, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
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LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
I
Hector McCaig, Manager
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 3
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I    Engagement Extraordinary
The Margaret Oswald Stock Co.
In The Great Comedy-Drama
David Harum
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4
The Absorbing Play of Mystery
The House of a
Thousand Candles
He lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 1-1. 15, 16, 17 ,
and IS, block 42 of section ;>,. block 3,1
North range 7, west in the district of
New Westminster.
WHEREAS proof of the loss of cer-|
tiflcate of title number 33T9F, issued
in tlie name of Sarah Micliie lias been
filed in this ofiice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I shall, at the expiration of one month
from the date of the first publication
hereof, in a daily newspaper published 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, N'ew Westminster, B. C, September 27, 1910.
SCATHING ANSWER 10
SCOTTISH MANIFESTO
who will not be content to be boun led
by a parliament in Edinburgh, or byl
sitting on  any   number   of   advisory]
councils.    They   have   little    patience
with   the   local   busybodies   who  travesty, by petty irritability, tltis pride of
PROVINCIAL   EXHIBITION   NOTICE.
Article in September Number of Blackwood: Magazine Raps Hard at Framers
Merchants and those in the express
business, who expect to deliver articles at the grounds, during the progress of the exhibition, are respect-
national patriotism which they know, fully requested to apply at the man-
how to unite with pride of empire. And . ager's office, cn or before Monday,
they do no: thank that hand of twen-'October 15, next, when they can pur-
ty-one champions   who���taking   at   a'chase a special delivery wagon ticket
false valuation an obscure clique who
masquerade as the sole guardians of
Scottish patriotism and play an   easy
game   of   self-advertisement���have   is- j
sued a summons to home rule in or-1
der to divert attention from tlieir own i
W. P
Architect and
Specialist. In
WHITE
and
Building Constructor.
Steel, Reinforced Con-
Modern Building Construc-
crete
tion.
Room 3 Dominion Trust Building
NEW WESTMINSTER.
T. P.
Morrison
Phone 6!
J. H. Taylor
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind. Prompt
attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.       New Westminster, B.C.
Room Making Sale
New Buggies and Democrats at cost,
built by Baynes. Come and see before
purchasing elsewhere.
ALEX SPECK
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
t*~t~.
' BraHBBESSREaWWSJMJBW
Prices:   75c, 50c and 25c
See Sign,
741 Front Street.
"Man  on  Wheel.'
.'SMjffiu? bmbbmbi
Seats on Sale at McKenzie s
Pharmacy
Just Arrived
New Scotch and English Worsted.
Tweed and Serge Suiting for gentlemen, made to order. Workmanship
and fit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
Special
Piano
Exhibit
By The Mason & Risch Piano Co.
In Their Regular Show Room
First Floor, Trapp Block
Columbia  Street
New Westminster
BEING unable to secure suitable space in the exhibition hall, for displaying tha car of pianos specially
selected for the provincial exhibition, we have arranged them fer inspection in our regular show
~0~ room located on the Brsl floor of the Trapp block. Columbia street, where you can enjoy tlie
pleasure of quietly an-d carefully inspecting all the newest designs and latest improvements embodied
In our celebrated makes. Tl.ese flne instruments will easily convince you that, the Mason & pisch Piano
stands for all that ls good In piano construction. For youi- particular convenience our show room will
be open during the day ancl open evenings. Have our representatives show you the marvelous Player
Pianos; anyone can play them. It is-not necessary to be a student of music to get perfect rendition.
Sit down and play one yourself���it will open a new and fascinating pleasure for you.
And remember a purchase made at any of our stores ls a purchase made direct from die manufacturer with all the advantages that come from direct dealing with the manufacturer who knows his productions thoroughly, and whose guarantee Is more than a matter of form.
Visit this special exhibit���see this extraordinary display of pianos. You'll he more than welcome
whether or not It is your desire to buy.
Let us make you a special saving on the purchase price.   Buy direct from the manufacturer.
The
Mason & Risch Piano Co.
Edinburgh, Oct. 1.���A writer in the
September     Blackwood     delivers     a
} scathing  answer  to  those  who  have
been   responsible   for   the   egregious
manifesto for promoting national self-
government for Scotland.   As he says
at  the   outset,   the   thunderbolt   has
hardly  answered the  expectations  of
those who forged it. Where it was expected to produce consternation, it has
only  given  rise  to  mild  amusement.
Wheie  It  was  hoped   that  It  might
stimulate    keen    discussion,    it   has
only  produced  bewilderment.    It has
untterly   failed   to   arouse   any   echo
even among the noisiest and most pretentious home rule patriots.    But the
unklndest cut of all was dealt by that
doughty assessor of Scottish wrongs,
the    Rev.    Malcolm    MacCallum,    of
Muckairn, who find that to his unhappy country  "the crowning insult has
come in the manifesto of the twenty-
cne Asquithian members, constituting themselves a committee on public safety, the very men who fainted
in   tlie   fray,   and    relinquished    her j
glory into the enemy's hands."    The
plight of our one-and-twenty   defend-
ers is hard Indeed, when even their
own   familiar    frieni\   is    willing    to j
break a stick over tlieir heads.
According   to   the   manifesto,   "the j
public opinion of Scotland should be ���
definitely directed without further de-J
lay toward a practical scheme of devolution," and as tlie writer proceeds
to show, the final argument for this is |
amusing in its consequence.   Scotland1
has,   it  appears,  given   an   emphatic
vote against the continuance Of gov-1
ernment   by   a   hereditary    chamber.!
Therefore,   she   is,   we   are   told,   "toI
pursue an ideal of constitutional  re-'
vision  which  will  include,  so far as!
she is concerned, the concentration of j
her legislative and administrative ma-
cbinery   in   Scotland   *   *   *   under
such safeguards as may be necessary
to  retain  the  absolute supremacy  of
the Imperial parliament.
Abscljto    Supremacy.
! ��� Observe what this means.  Scotland.
��� it appears, has come to  a   decision
I which would be different from that of
I England  if   tlie   Scottish   and    Irish i
I votes were withdrawn.    It it not. we
must   presume,   intended   that    Eng-
I land is to be denied a measure of
home rule equal to that accorde.l to
Scotland or Ireland. Are the provisions for revenue, and the fiscal systems, to vary in the united kingdom?
May tariff reform he adopted for England and refused in Scotland? May
the incidence of taxation vary for
each country? If this is not to be
60, bow will the provincial parliament of Scotland not be subject to a
body of which the political complexion might be in startling contrast to
its own? "The
the   imperial    p
Are our self-constituted champions
afraid of the spectre that they have
themselves conjured up?
The plain truth is that this, agitation about" home rule, which has not
! the courage to call itself by its true
! name, Is an artificial device to cover
the  lack of self-assertion and indep-^-^^'fl,.^
endence  among  the  Scottish  Radical
members.    It is encouraged and fos-
! tered  by  a  variety  of more  or  less
I specious   societies   and   associations.
lack of independence, and their own
obedience to tlie crack of the government whips. There Is no fear that
Scotland should give serious heed to
this new summons. The only danger
is that a patient indifference may allow the agitation to rise into undue
importance.
for Jl, provided, the merchant or owner of the express business, has a membership ticket of the R. A. & I. society.
By order.
W.  H.  KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
Exhibition   grounds,   Queen's   park,
September 29, 11)10.
LAND    DIS
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE notice that, I, William Robert Dick, of Vancouver, 13. C; occupation real estate dealer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about twenty chains north from the
southwest corner of Timber Lease
118769, Texada Island, thence west
eighty chains, thence south eighty
chains, thence east eighty cliains,
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK.
Vancouver, B. C, September 6,
1910.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital Paid
Reserves
Up   $5,000,000
 $5,900,000
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island: also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and  London,  England,
Correspondents In all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
I
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
Do
you want to  increase your
business ?   Then see
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absolute supremacy of )Colbi
parliament      forsooth! .��� ,
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of Xew Westminster having by resolution determined
and specified that it is desirable to
carry on the following works, th'.t is.,
to say: j;
To construct cement concrete side-
walks,     Boulevards,     curbs,     storm
sewers,   retaining   walls   and   paved
roadways    cn    Second    stieet    from!
Royal avenue to Sixth avenue.
To construct cement concrete   Sidewalks  on  Alexander    street,    Begbie!
street, Lorne street. McKenzie street,!
Sixth stieet and Clarkson street.
To construct cement concrete side-
walks on Henley street  from Eighth j
I avenue to London street.
Ancl  that  th?  said  vcrks shaU  be'
1 carried out in accordance    with    the
provision* of the "Local Improvement'
General By-law, 1909."
And the city engineer and city as-1
sessor having reported to the council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said by-law upon the said works
giving estimates t-'.kiu..
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefitted by the said
works and other particulars, an i the
said reports of the satd city engineer
and city assessor having been adopted by the council.
Notice is hereby given that tlie said
reports are open for inspection at the
office of the city assessor, city hall,
a street. New Westminster, B.
that unless a petition against
the proposed works above mentioned
signed by a majority of the owners of
the land or real property to be assess-
S��M&i!?&*J!�� >*>* satisfaction. Our equip-
In value thereof is presented to the
council within fifteen days from the
publication of this
notice the council will proceed with
the proposed improvements under
such terms and conditions as to the I
s
AUND
FOR
I G
E R
N
S
Signs of every description.
Glass signs a specialty.
708 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
LAUNDRY WORK
as done by us gives the ut-
, . ,      , , , ,        ,   , payment of the cost of such Improve-
which take upon themselves the role ments as the counci, may by by.law
of defenders of the liberties of their
country. Some hestitate to condemn
or ridicule such apparently laudable
Intentions; others are misled into
thinking them worthy of encouragement. But this ought not to prevent'
us   from   saying,   with   all    boldness, I
In that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the said assessment.
Dated this 29th. day of September,
A.D. 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of  flrst  publication  the  30th
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT STREET.
FACTORY  BRANCHES:
Trapp Block, New Westminster.
655 Granville Street, Vancouver, B. C.
that In some of their petty and por- d of September, 1910.
ochial aspects, and in some of their
more ridiculous manifestations, such
perfervid assertions of self-advertising patriotism savor more of prejudice
than national pride, and are at once
undignified and pernicious. Quarrels
about nomenclature are apt to be as
ridiculous as quarrels .about fashions
In dress. But they may work much
mischief; most of all if they attach to our country any taint of the
ridicule that must follow such vagaries, it would be better that we should
take at its proper value the cheap pa-
troitism that goes into hysterics about
names.
Name of English.
Many of us cannot feel moved to
Indignation when we are spoken of
by every European nation as "English." We ate content to refer to
the bin. uage wliich we do our best to
speak anl wtite by its usual name.
We firmly believe that this proneness
to he offended by unintentional affronts, and to be on the watch for
tlieir commission, may lead to serious
evils, ancl that it is more frequently
to be found absent from, than closely
associated with, the most stalwart
and most constant patriotism, or the
warmest feeling for national aspirations. The constituency of the present wilier contains 12,000 Scotsmen, I
who yielo to none In their national j
pi Ide. and whose chief aim is to en- j
i. huuee the place ,of their country In
the empire. They are scattered over
every part of that empire, and have
learned to estimate its greatness-and
how ;much tliAt .greatness h;vs gained
from, and has -given tb, Sootland.
But one dees not, in mixing with
them, find that their national patriotism consists in quibbling about niceties of nomenclature In whinning
about their country's grievances, or
in desiring for them a position ot
parochial isolation. They, Insist that
her proper place ls as a strong and independent member of the imperial
parliament. - The greatest of her sons
mu��t be prominent members ot that
parliament, and she must furnish her
quota of the' rulers1 of  -the empire,
ment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean, Economic. Prompt.
White labor only employed
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
Eastertrook Milling Company, ��
Eburne,  D. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR I
HUNGARIAN JEWEL ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL    $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR |4.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster,
Telephone S3S.
For a Few Days Only
82 feet on First St., between 3rd
and 4th Aye. Best residential site
in city.   $3150, easy terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~
McQuarrie Bros,
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 19-
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right Drices. Have
it put up and ready for "
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
iClTYNEWSlI    ^ses Coats
��#������^#��t^<^��=iyg#^^#��4������#����������*����*����#^^��������
Mrs. V. IL C. Abbott>WHI not receive on Tuesday; -���-
The Roman ca:i:e In on Saturday
with 130,000 pounds of halibut. She
finished unloading yesterday.
See Fales' furniture stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Agnes street. *
Lee Fat, a well known local Chinese
labor contractor, leaves tomorrow
morning for China, where he will
spend the next six months.
Half a dozen men who itnhibed too
freely on Saturday night are slated to
appear before Magistrate Edmonds at
the police court this morning.
For all electrical    work   and
tracts phone T. Roberts, 701.
con-
��� *
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia St.
Principal.
Hand Bags
New Stock        Good Values
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of
Hand Bags ever shown in
this city.   From $1.00 up.
The Royal City Cigar company's
factory has moved from Clarkson
street to the new building. 703 Agnes
street, in the K. of P. building
All the Dominion government flre
rangers were called in on Saturday,
as it is considered that there is now
no  further danger  from  forest  flies.
Popular prices to the Scottish concert, 75c, 50c and 25e. Book seats at
Ryall's. ������
The Pythian roller rink opened for
the winter season on Saturday, a big
crowd rolling during the evening. The
floor was in flrst class condition and
the music good.
A week from tonight there will be
a meeting of the young people of St.
Andrew's church in the school room
to discuss plans for the winter's vsork
in social and other lines.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. **
The Regina lacrosse teaip had a
good workout at Queens park on Saturday afternoon, in preparation for
tneir game with the West Enders on
Tuesday. The winners will play Sap-
pton on Thursday.
Mrs. Sampher, sr., and Mrs. Sampher, jr., and Carl Sampher, of Long-
ton, Eng., are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Cambridge, 211 Carnarvon
street. Mrs. Sampher, sr., is an aunt
of Mrs. Cambridge.
Iron beds and bedding, the largest
range of designs and prices.    W.  E.
Fales. **
The formal dedication of the New
West End Presbyterian church took
place yesterday in the presence of a
distinguished gathering of Vancouver
and New Westminster Presbyterians.
The rain had a marked effect on the
attendance at the services, but in
spite of that there wan a fair congregation bc'h In the morning, when Rev.
Principal McKay, of Westminster
Hall, preached and in the afternoon,
when the dedication took place.
C. M. O'Brien, M. L. A. of the Alberta legislature, gave an address on
socialism yesterday afternoon to a
sparse audience in the Crystal theatre. The stormy weather evidently
had a lot to do with keeping many
people away because Mr. O'Brien's
visit had been looked forward to with
a great deal of interest by all the
socialists in the city. His address was
very interesting and Instructive and
at the close of the meeting he answered all the questions put to him,
with fluent reason. In the evening
Mr. O'Brien spoke in Vancouver.
Tonight, for the first time in many
years, there will be no bartenders
plying their trade after eleven o'clock,
or if they are, they will be in danger
of the law. The by-law which was
passed some time ago. regulating the
hours of closing bars comes into force
tonight. It could have been made
operative on Thursday, but the hotel-
men were allowed to finish the week
out on the old schedule. A man may
now drink from six o'clock in the
morning till eleven at night, if he can
stand it, but those who were accustomed to rub the polish off the birch
from midnight till one or two o'clock
in the morning will have to find another form of amusement.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;    Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New   Westminster,   B   C.
The Public
Supply Stores
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.
lhe 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.
���25 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc,
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
In the
Deane Block
Four doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under tbe
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
on
'*"Columb(i 'sC'Nor^C ****'
N*" "Hntter. B. C.
A case brought under the fisheries
act will be heard in the district court'
next Saturday morning. An Austrian
fisherman has charged a fellow coun-
ti..man with setting his nets too close
to those he had out.
The B. C. Florists' and Nurserymen s association will hold a meeting
on Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the
Pvthlan rink. There is a lot of important business to come before the
association at this meeting.
Scottish concert, October 5. Seats
on sale at Kyall's on Fiiday, September 30. ���*
Thursday and Fri lay of this week
will be holidays for the school chil-
flreh, this respite from study being
granted the youugsters so that they
may en.ioy the pleasures to be derived
from visits to the provincial exhibition.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at
Tidy's stoie.   Phone 184. ��*
In supreme court chambers before
Chief Justice Murphy on Saturday,
William Collishaw, of Surrey, appealed against a fine of $50, which was imposed upon him recently by Magistrate Pittendrigh for setting a bush
fire. The appeal was inaue on a
technicality. Judge Murphy reserved
his decision.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 208. **
A telegram was received yesterday
by K. H. Sands from his brother,
Harold, assistant editor on the Los
Angeles Times, the paper which was
wrecked on Saturday morning by nn
explosion. Mr. Sands Informs his
brother that he was not in the building at the time and consequently
escaped injury in the terrible disaster.
W. E. Fales carries the best select
ed stock of household furniture in the
city and prices defy competition. **
E. L. Webber, P. G. M. of the I. O.
O. F. of this city, and Russell Purdy,
accompanied members of Pacific lodge
No. 26 on a fraternal visit to Cheain
lodge No. 28, where special de. ree
work was put on. P. G. M. Wallace
Law, and Grand Warden W. A. Johnston, of Vancouver, accompanied tht
members. An enjoyable time was
spent at Cheam, tho visitors being
hospitably entertained by the local
lodge.
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for It and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Street! on three aides
of tbis property.    1350 each.  Terma.
10 lots extending from First to Second street This property
is especially well situated. Streets on three aides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
- F.J. HART & CO., Lti
'.50 to $12.50 Each.
Some of the most sightly
coats that have round their way
to the ready-to-wear section.
Our coats for children, misses
and women are all fashioned in
attractive manner. The misses'
coats about wliich we now write
are seven-eighths and full
length styles with smart semi-
fitting lines. Materials are
diagonals, cheviots, aerges and
l>lain cloths. A noticeable style
is that featuring patent leather
belts and group of pleats at the
back. Large fancy buttons add
the required touch of trimming.
All sizes.    Each  .$9.50 to $12.50
The New
Red Coats
$7.50 and Upwards.
Bright and dark red coats of
broadcloth and cheviot in sizes
suitable for children. Coats are
trimmed with velvet collars
and made with belted back.
Shown in a nice range of tailored styles.
Childrens and
Misses Rainproof     Capes
$4.00 to $3.50.
Rubberized rainproof capes
with hoods; in sizes for girls S
to 18 years of age; colors are
grey, fawn and navy. Attractively designed and finished. Each,
according to size $1.00 to $8.50
Rubberized
Silk   Raincoats
Splendid Values
At $25.75.
Tlie newest designs are heie
in these attractive rain coats.
Heavy silks ln the new diagonal
weave, in shades of champagne
and grey, and black; semi-fitting
backs , hlghturn over collar,
double breasted front. Each
$25.75.
Rubberised
Alpaca
Rain Coats
Each $15.75.
In novelty stripes, made in
semi-fitting style, to button up
to the neck, lined across the
shoulder.    Each    si5.75
Womens and
Misses
Raincoats
in "Roseberry Cloth"
$17.50 to $22.50.
Made with fitting backs and
groups of pleats, well tailored
nnd nicely fitting styles, button
ln groups of three. Each $17.50
and    $22.50
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Have You
Housefurnishing
Needs ?
Does the expected coming of visitors during fair week find you
short of housefurnishings of any description ? We have made special
preparations for supplying anything necessary for hotels, boarding
houses, clubs or private homes. We can give you closer prices than
ever before. Consult with us regarding your house furnishings before
giving any order.
Splendid  values in  unbleached and blenched table Damasks.
Unbleached Linen Damask, jer yard    35c to $1.00
Bleached Table Damasks, p��r yard  50c to $2.50
Table Napkins to match our bleached   Damasks,  per   dozen  $2.50
to   $7.50
Linen Towels, all shapes and sizes, per dozen  $1.50 to $4.00
. A splendid stock of bleached and unbleached sheetings In the most
reliable Canadian and English weaves. We carry the best grades
only.
8-4 width in white twill or plain, per yard  35c to 50c
P--J width in white plain, per yard   35c to 50c
fi-4 width in white twill, per yard   40c to 50c
10-4 width in white plain or twill, per yard    50c to 60c
Inch
Coatings
$1.50  Per Yard.
All wool homespun and
serge twill coatings Bull
for children's, misses' ami
women's coats; clot lis an- in
dark and light cardinal, navy,
brown, myrtle and grej 51
inches wide.    Per yard $1.50
Black
Moire
Silks
$1.00 to $2.50 Per Yard.
Just now there is great
demand for moire silks foi
waists and trimming purposes. Our best grades are
exceptionally heavy and arc
tbe proper weigh! for collars,
ete. Patterns stand out prominently, Prices, per yard
$1.00 to   $2.50
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STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Applications will be received by tlie
undersigned up to G p.m. of Monday,
October ;',. 1910, for the position of
Building Inspector. Salary to commence at $125.00 per month.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, Sept. 22, 1910.
NOTICE.
On and after October 1, 1010, we,
the undersigned, will sell coal for
cash only, either with the order or on
delivery.
GILLEY BROS., LTD.
JOSEPH MAYERS,
BELYEA & CO.
New Westminster, Sept. 24.
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
Six roomed house with stable in rear on two
lots, on corner of lane and 100 foot frontage, on
main street and half a block from car.
$3,000.00, easy terms.
Apply S. S.      P. O. Box 29
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THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.     . I
House wiring a specialty. All orders
given prompt attention, and night
calls answered.
Phones 761  and 581.
Office:    -   -   ���     435 Columbia 8treet.
t
Dr. Hatherly
Eye Sight Specialist
Cures headaches and nervousness
by special ground glasses. During
the eight years established in New
Westminster he has received hundred! of testimonials from satisfied
patients. Optical parlors, Hamley
block. 624 Columbia street.
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is goad in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT "WILL BRING RESULTS
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