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 port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHIli^v
NEW  WE8TMINSTEK.
t      ,'^J
fORMS NEW CABINET
French Premier Succeeds
jlimselfand Names Min-
isters of AH Departments
ion.
,,6   ts'0v.  3.���M.  Briand has or-
\ J the new  cabinet   as  follows:
^Premier and .Minister of the interior
,Arlgtide Briand.
,  tice   Theodore Qlrard.
Forelgi  affaire���8tephen i'io
\V;,r -General  Brun.
Marine -Boue de Papyrere.
public Instruction���Maurice
pi. ana    M   Koltz.
,,   . , ce   Jean Dupuy.
Agriculture���Maurice Raynud.
Colonies���M.  Morel.
Laboi    I" iis LafTerre.
pubUc works���M. I'm eh.
Under secretaries    have    been
pointed as follows:
Marine, M. Guisthus
1910    .
%
$
TYPEWRITERS
Standard  Make $5 Per Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER. 11. C, FRIDAY  MORNING. NOVEMBER 4. 1910.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
PORT MANN REALTY
SELLS EOR $65,
ap-
finance, Andie
]_;lt���,,,.   war, M. Noulena
M, DuJardln-BeaumeU.
SLANDER   UASE.
Port Moody  Men Principal
at  Astizet.
When the court of assi/.e resumed
business yesterday afternoon, the case
of Dalley vs. Monahan was the first
one called, Dalley accuses Monahan
of slander, Both parties live in Port
Moody It was stated by several wit-
,.,...,. : ihe plaintiff yesterday that
Monahan had stated tn the presence
ot several parties that Dalley bai attempted to rape bis little girl. Dalley
protests his innocence.
The court adjourned last evening
before the case was finished, the defendant being ln the witness box when
the adjournment was made. W. P.
Hansford is appearing for the plaintiff and w. B, Harris, K. (.'.. of Vancouvei , i1 r the defendant.
People's Trust Purchase 80
Acres Within Townsite
from W. J. Walker.
For a consideration in the xie\\t
borhood of $65,000 the People's Trust
company this week purchased from
W. .1. Walker the undivided south ha f
"i section is. N. H. 1, i��� the heart of
Port Mann townsite, this being 01 e
ot ihe few privately owned proper
ties within the area acquired bj the
Faille. Canadian Northern railway, The 'and
had been held hy Mi-. Walker for a
considerable time.
This is the third property disposed
of In this district by Mr. Walker
within the past few months, one piece
of land having been acquired bv the
C. N. R. for J80.000 and another bv
an English syndicate for $48,000,
Other important deals in which tlie
People's Trust company has been recently Interested include the buying,
for R. B. Wilcox and F. II. Moore, of
Connecticut, of 80 acres of land on
the Yale road for (18,000, sixtv acres
on the Townline road, ror an English
syndicate, for $24,(Kin, and ten acres
in Port Mann for $10,000, this last
piece fronting on the Hjorth road.
Tbe business of this Ann has now-
increased to such an evtent that It
has heen decide I to branch out and
open offlces in Vancouver and Ladner. The People's Trust has already
a branch offlce in Kamloops. In Vancouver a sixty-six foot lot has been
purchased at the corner of Fraser
avenue and Miles street, and it is the
Intention to immediately build a home
for the Terminal City branch of the
concern, which will Include a Savings
bank department, as in this city.
fine arts.
In  Action
CONTRACT LOR (MING
SHE OF FORI mann m
Work To  Be  Started   Immediately  On  First   Thousand
Acres-Six Hundred Men Will Be Employed By Moore
and Pithick-To Be Finished By June 15, 1911.
The contract for do clearing of one
' ��� i and acres of the townsite of
Port Mann was yesterday awarded to
John W. Moore and George 11. Pet-
hh k, contractors, of Victoria.
Colonel Davidson aim a. D. McRae,
' '���'��� Ite agents for the C, N, P., will
select the thousand acres on which
0] eratlons are to be commenced.
The work is to .tart Immediately,
the terms of the contract callln ; for
the employment of at least oon men,
and work is to he kept up continuously.
As a large number of the workmen
will not be able to find living accommodation close to the townsite, It is
probable a ferry service will be estab-
be located at Bon Accord, where work
has already heen commenced on the
construction of the wharf, at which
;.ll sup| lies ure to he landed.
B16 STRIKE IN SPAIN    RATEPAYERS VOIE ON
IS SPREADING RAPIDLY1 HOSPITAL SITE TODAY
Rumors of Revolution Reach Electors Will Decide Whe-
Outside World, But Con-!    ther Part of Queens Park
iirmation is Impossible.
Will Be Given Away.
Paris. Nov. ',',.���A dispatch fro u Ce -      Tonight tlie city council  will  know-
here, near the Spanish frontier, says   'be opinion of the ratepayers on tha
that a general strike has been declared in Caledonia and will bi proclaimed in Spain this week. The strike
All clearing work is to be complet-  at Saragossa is spreading rap'.dly. but.
ed by March 15, 1911, and by June 15
tiie burning of the brush and removing of all stumps must he completed.
As soon as Contractors Moore and
Plthlck have fulfilled thei- work the
Landscape workmen will step in and
complete the beautifying of the town-
site under the supervision of landscape architects.
Mess's. Moore and Pithick were In
the city yesterday, hut returned to
Vancouver In the evening. Today
they will drive over Port Mann and
look over tlie ground with a view to
llshed between this city and the south  commence work as soon as the neces-
side of the liver. sary men and equipment can be rush-
rI he biggest construction camp wll  ed to the place.
OFFICIALS STOP WORK
ON ROYAL CITY HOTEL
Unauthorized  Alterations to  Hostelry
Ha!ted   While   Fire  Committee
Investigates.
ORANGEMEN CELEBRATE
FAILURE OF GUY FAWKES
Anniversary   of   the   Gunpowder   Plot
Ce'ebrated Two Days in Advance
���Speeches and Banquet.
NEW DOCTORS.
Thirty-two   Physicians   and    Surgeons
Added   to   Number
Victoria,  Nov.  3.���Aa  a  result    of
the Bemi-annual   examination   of   th.e
B. C. Medical association, the follow-
ire  now   declared   fully   qualified
lans and surgeons:
C S. Bastin, .1. II. M. Hell. A. I).
Bechtel. M. P. Campbell. A. J. 11.
Coulthard, D. W. Davis. \V. K. Ewing,
E P, Few ster. .1. M. Fowler. F. Ib I-
6 ' A W. Hunter, O. K. Large. H.
B, L, Lindsay. W. F. McDonald, W. F.
McKay, R, McKenile, ll. McMillan, M
H. McNaughton, J. .1. McNaughton, ll.
B. Merchant, W. I). Murray, J. Nay.
K.J, O'Neill, S. B Peele. A. .1. Price.
A. .1. Rldewood, J. K. Shaw. B. Shaw.
1 B lain, A. C. Sinclair, N. Te'.ford,
and S  T. Wilson.
TRADING MULE FOR HORSE
SEEMED FUNNY TO SCRAPP
Business Deal Was Such a Joke That
Man Laughed for Twelve Hours
���Doctor's Say He'll Live.
TRYING TO RELEASE
HINDU FROM CUSTODY
Lawytr Succeeds in  Staying  Deportation of Rahim, Wealthy Orient;!
"Tourist."
The famous case of 11. Rahim, the
Hindu ahout which bucli a turmoil h a->
been raUed in Vancouver recently,
Was Bhifted yesterday for a few short
hours from Vancouver to New Westminster. If the plans of the imnii-
Rfatlon department at Vancouver had
been successful Rahim would have
'" " deported and wou.d (hls morning
on Mie Makura for his native
land
his lawyer, Qeorge I'-,
lias made sullicient head-
case to prevent tlu.t  and
Lawrencebury, Ind.. Nov. 3.���Trading a mule for a "shaved tail" horse
api ealed to the humor of S. W.
Scrapp, of this city, and he begin
laughing. He laughed nearly an hou ,
with the tears rolling down his
cheeks, and still he did not stop.
His friends becoming alarmed, s ..::-
moned a physician, hu*. the ph> . ion
could not stop the hearty "ha' when
six hours had passed, and Scrapp was
still convulsed with laughter. Another
physician was called and still the
hoise trader's  merriment  ruled.
An electric battery was brought into
play and just as tlie merry laugh had
rounded out twelve hours the trader
was given a heavy electric shock. The
"ha ha" ceased and Scrapp fell over
exhausted.
It was thought for a time that tbe
man would die. but today he shows
no ill effects from the long laugh.
Seattle
However,
McCn Bsen,
s       ia  the
KELLOGG  SUICIDES.
Attornney      and    Politician
Shoots  Himself.
Seattle, Nov. 3.���James W. Kellogg,
aged lid, a promient attorney and sta'.e
politician,   committed
office     today     by
through the head.
Mr. Kellogg had been a sufferer
from Bright's disease and worry over
hts illness Is believed to have been
responsible for his act.
A note found on liis desk said
his body woul 1 be caied for by the
Masonic lodge at Dayton. Washington, wheie he resided prior to coming to Seattle ten years ago.
ADVICE   FOR   PRENTICE.
suicide   in   his
shooting    himself
that
For a few hours yesterday worl: on
the alterations which Edward Faleh
is making to the Koyal City Hotel���
in compliance with some of the suggestions made at the last meeting of
the license commissioners���ceased
while the chief of the fire department
and the fire committee cf tbe city
council made a ruling on the question.
Mr. Fulch's building ls now ln tbe
fire limits and not in tlie secondary
fire limits, as he imagine 1, and which
is was up to a short time ago. One
of the i emulations for the constru.--
tl-n or alteration of any building In
the flre limits Is that a plan must be
submitted to the council. Owing to
the fact that Mr. Falch was not aware
of the regulation, this precaution was
not taken, with the result that Fire
Chief J. H. Watson yesterday morning paid a visit to the premises and
caused all work to be stopped.
The altera'inns had made considerable pro. re=s. and several hundred
dollars had already been spent. The
situation was regarded seriously
enough to warrant the calling of :>.
special meeting of the fire committee.
At this meeting Fire Chief Watson
and Building Inspector William Tur-
bull were Instructed tn Inspect the
operations and if it were found possible to let the contractor go ahead
to give permission to do so.
After making a thorough examim-
tion of the premises the two men
deckled that the improvements did not
in any way Increase the danger of
lire and the work was recommenced.
The Royal City hotel will raise the
walls to provide a flat roof Instead
of the cottage roof which at present
tops the bull.ing. The rooms will
all be heightened and plastered and
many other improvements will be
made.
the   government  there   is  still   in   at
least partial control.
Troops liave  heen  rushed  to  S tra-
gossa and Barcelona,
proposed .rant to the Royal Columbian Hospital of seven and one-half
acres cf the lower end of Queen's
park,
A plebiscite of the electors will be*
taken today and it is expected that
a large vote wiil be polled as there
has heen  a lot of  interest  taken  lit
Another dispatch    says    Kin.     Al- the project since it was fi-st broach-
fonso has gone to Cla.nd Real for a,el some weeks ago.
hunting  trip.    It  is   considered    un-i    Tlie ground which it is proposed to
likely the king would leave his capital at the present time lf he considered his throne in danger,
It is impossible to get direct Information on tlie rumored revolution
from any city ln Spain, the official
censors having effectively prevented
the sending out of dispatches.
Paris, Nov. 3.���Representatives of
the Spanish Republican society today
grant to the hospital for the new
building which the board of management contemplates erecting is bounded on the west hy Granville street, on
the south by Royal avenue and on the
east by tlie boulevard.
The scheme was first brought to the
attention of the public at a council
meeting some time ago, when the hospital wrote to the city council asking
it for a grant of the land, as In the
predicted that Madrid and other Span- i opinion of the directors It was a
lsh cities would be in the hands ofjmore suitable place for the hospital
the revolutionists before another !tllan ttle Sapperton property on which
twenty-four hours had passed. They Jtlle Present building is located.
claim to have received secret advice's' The c01incil regarded the matter as
telling of the success of the revolu- being t0�� serious for it to decide
tion. ry move and of the desertion of' without first referring it to a vote or
the army to the Republican cause ithe Ratepayers and so that Is being
The lovalist colonv in Pai is is filled done today" At the best' tlle cauncil
with gloom, owing to the failure to 1is not empowered to make a grant
receive anyi word from Spain. The1,1, the hospital, as Hie land was first
si'ence of tbe Spanish government is
PLAN TO RAISE DUTIES ON
IMPORTS TO NETHERLANDS
i;a    :' is stiii hero.
Vosterday    Mr.   McCroi
1 Vancouver  to   apply
Murphy tor the
cuatody, which
'" Ung8 of the
J.    II.
a8ent, and J, w
'���"  the department, also came over
il,1>l Judge Murphy received them after!
tbe courl had
nay afternoon,
'���'' merely heard the outline of the
nnd then adjourned It to be held
.en came
to Judge
man's release from
would stop tlie pro-
imnilgration depart-
McCilll. immigration
de   H.  Fails,  acting
for   Power
Gaynor  8uga��sts P<-avn:��
to Ttell the Truth.
New York. Nov. 8.���Mayor Gaynor
lasued another letter tonight In winch
he advised Ezra Prentice, chairman
of the republican state committee, to
"pray every morning for u while to
Cod'to direct you to tell the truth
and see what fruits lt will bring.
Last of Jesuits Expelled.
Lisbon, Nov. 3.���A   party of
|.les;iiis.  the
fifty
last of the members i f
been adjourned yestel-j (ll0 religious orders, were expelled todav    Tliey tailed for Holland.
Speech From the Throne Foreshadows
Change in Tariff Act Drawn Up
nearly   Fifty  Years Ago.
-A notable dc-
pollcy of T'ao
contemplated   by the
Washington, Nov. 3
pai ture   in    customs
Netherlands Is
special session of suites general, according to a report received here by
the   department    of commerce
labor.
111 Vancouver on Monday morning.
""' case ts rather B peculiar one.
Kahra, who is a rich, well educated
I'iudii, came heie from Honolulu as a
' '"it In June of this year. Since
tbat time he has been engaging 'u
\ '">'*���* and investing his cai Ital in
Brlt-8h Columbia. The Immigration
<:,",,; itmenl claims that us he did not.
n,re direct from his native land and
l''',M' as a tourist, ho has sta>ed ling
enough and conse |uently they are endeavoring to deport him.
tahli. la now out on ball. The
^���'' lias aroused considerable inter-
m Uiroughmit Canadu.
In
Stanley Cuppers Win.
a hockey match at the Pythian
rink yesterday evening between wan ��
called the Stanley Cutpera, and the
Cobalt Leaguers, the formers won by
B Bcore of four goals to one. the
score al half lia�� being three to
nothing, The /earns-Stanleys
Wii-ht   Beatty, Adams,   Keary. Bin-
���W,Cob��tts! Rowe, Goulet. Swan-
Peck; referee, Harry rui>.
chili".
son. Burr,
Nitiora'ist   Elected.
M���nt.-e-.l  Nov  3.���Gilbert, national-
Montreal, nov. - election in
s    was elected in tue u. t
Drummondvllle .today by a majority of
.bout two hundred.
aud
The piesent tariff act, with
the exception of a few amendments,
dates back to 1862, and the rates of
duty have been conspicuously low.
The budget for 1911, however, as reported to the second chamber states,
emphasized the considerable Increase
in the deficit of recent years, and the
financial situation, brought forth an
announcement from Queen Wilhelm-
ina in her speech from the throne that
a bill relating to the revision of the
tariff would shortly be presented by
the government.
For the ensuing year the government intends to derive large revenues
from temporary measures, now In
operation, Imposing a surtax on private Incomes and an excise duty o.
spirits. Besides the departmental appointments mentioned In the budget,
the outlay for the fiscal year wlll be
augmented by largo expenditures contemplated in bills for the Insurance
of worklngmen against pecuniary
lss from Infirmity or old age or ac-
Guy Fawkes night, the occasion of
one of the Orangemen's annual celebrations, was commemorated In fitting j
style at tlie Orange hall in the Pyth-1
ian   rink   last   evening.    The  regular!
historical date is on November 5, but |
seeing that that was Saturday night j
and  not  convenient for some of the
speakers and members, it was decided
to  hold  the    celebration    two    days
earlier.
Tlie three Orange ledges in tbe city
united to make the evening a success
an.l a success it was from eveiy
standpoint. R. A. Stoney. county
master, was in the cbntr nnd kept tl e
.meeting in order. The a.ldresses of
tlie evening were given by Rev. C. W.
Brown, who spoke on Guy Fawkes,
and by Rev. Dr. Fraser, who, in a
portion of his speech, referred to the
Eucharistic congress recently held in
Montreal.
Other items on the program were
a piano selection by Miss Lougheed
and two by Miss McDougall. Miss
Rennle and Miss Tidy gave recitations. After the program the crowd,
which was large enough to completely
fill the hall, sat down to a dainty
banquet, prepared by the ladies of the
True Blue lodge.
regarded as confirming tbe worst
fears of King Alfonso's adherents and
the republican and socialis* organs of
the French capital are Jubilant over
the prospect.
given to the city solely for park pur-
posses and cannot be alienated by act
of council.    However, lf lt ls shown
tbat the  majority   of  the  ratepayers
are in favor of tbe new site, the council   may  suggest  to  the  government
I that it should be banded over to the ���
I hospital  and  there  is  no  reason  to
d iubt that tlie government would ac-
S cede to the request of tbe council.
1     Tbe  polls   wil ,be   open   from   nine
,-,������   _..,..   ^...  o'clock in the morning till five in tbe
WiWi \]\\l\\   FYKTFWV afternoon and will be located at the
LLttLU  UUttL L/U01LL\l.L<fnU,VAins vUlces-   city hall;  five hall,
  i Sapperton-. and the water works store-
' ~" |.house on tbe corner of Queen's ave-
Arrcsted   on    Sericus   Charge,     Mjdj  nue an.l Eleventh street.
There is  a
MINNEAPOLIS DOCTOR
Medico  Admits  A'so Carrying  on
Secret   Practice.
is a considerable difference
of o\ Inion on the advisability of letting the hospital have this site and
letters in favor and against have been
published in the press, but the great
silent vote, which has its mind made
Minneapolis, Nov. 3.���A men's dual   up,  but  which  does  not divul.e  the
existence for eight years as a fash- opinion formed, will decide the ques-
ionahle physician  with  a  respectable tion today.
patronage and offlces at 837   Andrus |    Only those on the property holder's
list, those entitled to vote on a monev
Found Dead.
Vancouver, Nov. 4.���James McTale,
a real estate man of whom little is
known, was found dead in his room at
9:15 Granville street at 1:^0 p. m. yesterday.
Burned at the Stake.
Rock Springs, Ark.. Nov. 3.���Antonio Rodrigues, a Mexican who confessed to having killed Mrs. Pete
Anderson yesterday, was burned at
the stake by a mob this evening.
BERING SEA IS LASHED
BY DEVASTATING STORM
Shipping Tied Up for Winter at Nome
Surfers���Wind  Drives Waves
Into  City  Streets.
Nome. Alaska, Nov. 3 ���A terrific
storm is sweeping Bering Sea and
Norton Sound, causing great damage
to unprotected property on the coast.
The Nome sand pit bas been devastated and ten homes destroyed.
The surf is higher than It has been
in eight years and the storm is constantly growing worse. Liver street
is under water and the waves are being driven farther ashore by the terrific wind.
Great damage has    been    tlone to
shipping tied up for the winter,
many boats have been wrecked.
No loss of life has been reported
and
building, while all the time maintaining and conducting the establishment
Iof Dr. Bertha Shepard, at 41!" Xicolet
avenue, became public yesterday with
the arrest of Dr. Curran W. Higgins
at   hls   home,   L'll'S   Dupont    avenue
north.   Dr. Higgins, who was re'ease.l
last night  on   .5000 ball,  Is  charged
with having performed a criminal operation   upon   Mrs.   Laura   M.    Black,
thirty years old, from which the victim died yesterday at the   Norwegian
Deaconess   hospital,  after  giving   an
ante-mortem  statement  to  the  effect
that the operation had been performed
by a male doctor who used the name
of   "Dr.   Bertha    Shepard.''     On   the
strength   of   the   ante-mortem    state- j
ment anl the complaint of the worn-!
an's relatives, a warrant was issued !
bv the countv attorney, and Detective
Passole arrested  Dr.  Higgins at his
home.
Admitted Dual Practice.
To Police Superintendent Corriston
last night Dr. Higgins admittel that
in addition to his regular practice tinder his own name at the Andrus build- , , , , ,
ing offlces he had for 'eight years re- game will be played before an' auli-
ceived mail and carried on business ence of ladies only, when a 'picked
under the name of Dr. Bertha Shep- team from the fair athletes of the
ard. at 409 Nirolet avenue. He said college will attempt to hand defeat
that since the real doctor Bertha to the gentle WUowers of John Knox.
who is now In Spokane, left  T1'e  Vancouver   gin? .were   the   only
by-law, will be permitted to exerefse
the franchise on the hospital question.
THREE BASKETBALL GAMES
AT COLLEGE TOMORROW
I Season of  Winter  Indoor Sport  Will
Start With Visit of Three Vancouver Teams to Gym.
I The basketball season will be opened in the Columbian College gymnasium on Saturday evening, when the
opening attractions promise to be of
more than passing Interest. Twp
games have been arranged with representative teams from the Mount PVeas-
ant Presbyterian   church.    The    first
Shepard
Minneapolis,   he   had  carried  on   tho
business un-'ei- her name.
When asked last nt .ht whether be
had attended Mrs. Black under his
ov-n na-'-e or lis alias. Dr. Higgins
s"hP. "She may have been under the
Impression that It was Dr. Bertha
Shenard: I don't know. I was called
to he- home Friday and found Iter In
a serious condition as the result of nn
operation which had been performed
on ber. Her relatives���1 think her
mother and sister���were in tbe room
with me at tbe time, I admihlrtared
son-e medicine, left more medicine,
and departed. That Is all I know
of the case."
Woman.   Would   Not   Divulge.
were the
team to defeat the CoWege lassies during last season, but as the latter's.
team has been materially strengthened tiiis year it is uot likely that the*
trick will be repeated.
The second game will be between,
the college Intermediates and a team
of similar rank from Mount Pleasant.
Tlie college has a good bunch of intermediates to pick from and tbey
are expected to give a good account
of themselves.
The last game will he the big '.rawing card, when the C. M. C. seniors;
will be pitted against the strong representative team of the visitors. The
college seniors bave almost the same
line-up as last year, whert they went
Sunday,  Dr.  R.  M.  Pederson.  wbo through the entire season with only
ll-es three blocks from tbe woman's
home was called In and foun^ ber In
a dying condition. Pe ordered ber removed to the Norwegian Deaconess
hospital, where she wns taken that
nfte.rnoon. Here she stated that s'ie
hnd been orercted on Friday at the
office  of  Dr.  Bertha  Shenard.  by   a
three defeats out of a total of thirteen games played. Only one defeat,
was administered in the home gym.
Their present opponents gave them
one of the bar'est games of last season and perhaps the game was the
most exciting ever seen in the city.
It was only  after considerable over-
TORONTO   LACROSSE   TEAM
WILL    VISIT   ENGLAND
Toronto, Nov. 3.���The secretaries
of tbe Athletic boards of Toronto university, and those of Cambridge and
Oxford, have been in communication
lu regard to the sending of a Toronro
team to England next summer. The
matter was discussed at a general
meeting of the Varsity Lacrosse club
cWentV"and~Tn bilWco^pr^Ten-llng a'yesterday, in the gymnasium, when
Dlan for the construction and main- it was decided to make tlie trip, and
tenance of coast defence. I preparations would be started at once.
male phvslcinn, wbo used the name, time had been played that the home.
She steadfastly refused to divuiro the team managed to annex a win.
doctor's  true  name.  Bays  Dr.  Peder-1 l,,../m
son. if  she  krew  it.    He"  condition Victoria Fire Loss $ ,250,000..
grew  worse   blood  rolsonlng setting i    \ letoria, B. C. Nov.    . .-Insurance
In, resulting in peritonitis. flusters  place the  nctua     property
| loss In the recent fire In the business*
-  ���__ .section at $1,250,000.    The insurance
1 will total $L'50,000.
Time Not Ripe.
Toronto.  Nov.  3.���At  a  largely  nt-!
tended meeting of the board of trade j English Admiral Dead1;
tbis evening a resolution was unani-1 London, Nov. 4.���Admiral Sir Henry
mously passed declaring tbe nresent Holdswortb-Rawson, governor of New
time not opportune for reciprocity I South Wales In 1902. died herw today.
with the United States. He wus born In 1843. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER
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Classified Advertisements jREAL   ESTATE 'SPEND XMAS
WANTED.
H'AMTKD���By RELIABLE AND EN-
ergetic man engagement in any position of trust or responsibility.
IBooKkeeping and accounting, special qualifications. Address Box G
this ofiice.
WANTED���TO  BUY   PROM  OWNER
.'��� or 6 room house within 8 blocks
oi Catholic church; slate price. Address A. E. \\'., The Daily News.
WANTED���TO RENT, MODERN SIX
or seven room house. Close in or
Dear   carline.     If   satisfactory   after
occupation will buy. \y. p, Tale, op-
i Jcian, box 933, citj.
WANTED���A CHILDREN'S NURSE
1'or four montbs, Apply Mrs. 1>.\
.  mes, -18 Royal avenue.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head   Office        ���        451   Columbia  St
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
Branch Office      - Kamloops, B.C
CITY
;SNAP Lot facing Moody Square. Price
only $700; one-third casli; balance
6 to 1 li nionlhs.
In connection  witli
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Liil.
WANTED TO RENT���COTTAGE OR
apartment by young couple; careful
tenants. State rent and conveniences. Address Box 7, Daily
News.
PORT MANN
i TEN acres In section 27, block 5
north, range 2 west, adjoining the
townsite. Price $10U0 per acre; oiie-
i    quarter cash.
 .	
TEN acres in section 35, block u
north, range 2 west. Price $050 per
acie; one-third cash.
SIXTY acres on Townline road, close
to townsite.    Price $500 per acre;
one-third cash,    balance one, two,
three and four years.
Nov.  10
Nov.  lil
WANTED���BV YOUNG LADY, SITU-
ation as clerk in s:o:e. Address L.
.:'..  Daily  News.
EIGHTY acres on Yale road in northeast quarter of section 24, township 2. Price $200 per acre; $5000
cash.
"THE    ROYAL   LINE."
XMAS    SAILINGS.
From  Montreal:
"Koyal   Edward"    N
"Royal George"  	
Prom Halifax:
"Royal Edward"   Dec 7
"Royal   George"    Dec.   1-1
"Royal   Edward"    Dec  2s
And  Fortnightly thereafter.
Most  Direct  Route to  Bristol,  London
and  the  Continent.
Tickets and Reservations from E.
Goulet, ('. P. R. agent, or write to Win.
Stapleton, General Agent, 227 Main
street, Winnipeg.
WANTED���A YOUNG WOMAN AT
ence;' good wages to the right person.    Apply  Royal City dye works.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. 1M-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Pull
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
W A N TED ��� HOUSEK E E PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Appiy  125  Third avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FUR SALE���ON EASY TEKMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
SURREY
i EN acres of good land, all under
cultivation . three quarters of a
mile from B. C. E. It. tram line.
Price $225 per acre; $500 cash, balance over six years. Don't miss
(his. Ref. 325-A.
BURNABY
TWO lots, 50x132 feet each, close to
car line. Price $400 each: one-
eighth cash, balance over eighteen
months.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
T. H. McCormick.
Manager  Real   Estate  Dept.
MAIL    CHANGES.
Letters Are Now Despatched and   Received   at   Later   Hours.
Several changes have recently been
made ill the times for the arrival and
departure of mails al the local post-
office. The mail from the east comes
ln now ai 12:30 p. m., Instead of at
!���::'", a. m. and at 11 p. in., instead of
at 10:30 p. m. Tlie mail for the Same
trains gi Ing easl closes al 7:30 a. m.
A CANADIAN PACIFIC f
w   RAILWAY CO.   I
Train  Service New
Westminster
Arrivals.
10:30���From  Vancouver  and  Agaa-
si/..
:1H���From      Montreal
Ko itenai
Instead of at 8:30 a. m., and at :::lo p. land Okanaean.    (No. 97),
���ii. instead of at 2:30 p. m. I     17:06���Prom  Vancouver
Mails lo boundary points west of
Kootenay, close al 7:30 n. in., and
mails from the Bame source will arrive at 7:20 p. m
(No.   in'i).
19:20���From Seattle and Mission,
22:50���From   Montreal  an.l   Nicola.
(No. 11.
 H Departures.
The new service is already in oper-1      8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   \'i-
atlon and will probably be  continued  cola ami Montreal,
throughout the winter. 11:00   To Vancouver.    (No. Q7).
j    15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal   I No    96),
17:50���To Agassi/, ami Vancouver,
jl: |u���To Vancouver,    i No.  11.
ED  GOULET. Agent  C.  P    R.
TABLE SALT.       !t is piquant H   c   B   FOSTER, A. G.  P. A., Van
AND .EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  AT .
No bitterness in  WINDSOR
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES IN OITY
limit, all cleared, $700 per acre for
this month $1600 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOR SALE���CA3H REGISTER, IS
inches wide, double key board, first
class condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Reid. Columbia street, next to
tram office.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300
balance $20 per month. Box W. S.,
Daily News.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Fire,   Life,   Accident   and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia  Street.    Phone  680.
FOK   SALE  OR  RKNT   BY  OWNER
sveven room modern house on Fourth
street.    Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, NEW-
iy furnished, first-class board; ali
home cooking. Terms very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Acnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
"VDOlV   71?   T'"��"V   e\!*("*i-
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
. en'lemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
TO RENT ���NItiELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth |
������.roe.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp    block,    corner
*Vi1cir,H.    <t'-��pt   on*t   Onrkso .
TO RENT ��� FI'RNISHED BED
rooms. 7on Third avenue. Apply
nfter C p. m. or between !) a. m. and
'5 p. m. at Room 14. 023 Columbia
��tr��pt.
BBSS
To
On
LOST.
LOST���BUNCH OF KEYS. FINDER
{���lease return to the Daily News
office.
Property
Fire,   Life,  Accident  and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia Street.    Phone 680.
NOTICE.
On and after October 1, 1910, we
the undersigned, will sell coal foi
cash only, either with the order or on
delivery.
GILLET  BROS.,  LTD.
JOSBPH  MAYERS,
BELTEA fc CO.
New Westminster. Sept. 24.
NOTICE  TO  TENDERS.
Tenders are invited up to November
^******************^^^^^^^^m 1 f�� 10. for the purchase of anv of the
JMTU/CnMF   k,    QHNQ following lots: Subdivisions 30, 31, 32,
.   IlL.UOl/JT'L'   Ot    JUIW  33 and 34, lots 4 and 5, subdivision 11,
I Twelfth street, city.
Address with terms, Executor, care
| Daily -News, City.
Painte/i. Paperfiangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
2AA Sixth Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 567.
8. C
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building  Constructor.
Specialist in S'.eel, Reinforced Concrete  and  Modern  Building Construction.    Telephone 806,
P.oom   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
N6W  WESTMIN .TER.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. Q. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room fi.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone  661 Residence  Phone  133
Re lot 16, block 2, of lot 201. croup 1,
town of Port Moody, Murray's Addition, in the district of N'ew Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number -1700A, issued in
the name of John Stewart and James
Cash, has heen filed in this office.
Notice is hereby p.ivcn that I sliall,
at the expiration of one month  from
Ithe date of the fiist 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,
Distiict Registrar of Titles
i Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., Oct. 7, 1010.
bo chong Just Arrived
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Who has been iri.t'... Tallir Business
i.i  Vancouver for a number of years,
lias opened  up a similar business  in'men.  made    to order.    Workmanship
this    city.      Latest    fashions.     Suits Md fit ciaranteed.
made to order.   Fit guaranteed. \''.:n"i
hi, or cal! at Kwong On Wo Building,
8G7 Columbia street. I |' 13 Begbie Street.
tt��*i��**w^ ���**-t*&_&**k__*__~i
New Scotch and   English   Worsted.
Tweed  and  Serge  Suiting  for gentle-
HEE CHUNG
T. P.  Morrison J. H. Taylor
Rhone 624.
LABOR AGENTS
Supj ly help of every kind. Prompt
attention    to   all    orders.     Contracts j
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.       New Westminster, B.C. |
in witness���but delicate, giving ju3t c
the right savour.    Use no other.
WE
CC5���Columbia  Street���663
New Westminster, B. C.
EKES..'.
151
ry  a  Want   Ad.  in  the  News
will  tniim results
���~-���*"- ���
j^ji^iaMM
The
| Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid  Up    $5,000,000
Reserves    $5,900,000
The Bank lias Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba
throughout th.e island: also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas. New York
and   London.   England.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L.  M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
NOTICE      REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
E. N. Sutherland
H. V. Ardagh
Sutherland & Ardagh
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agts.
Stocks  bought  an.l  sold  on  tie Vancouver and  Eastern  Exchanges.
Port Mann Specialists
Rooms   10   and   11,   Guichon   Blok, New Westminster.
P. O.   Box  522. Phone 473.
P. O. Box 522 Phone 473
********************* ****************
NEW GOODS THIS WEEK���
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
Citv Hall, August 12. 1010.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
* Over One Quarter Ton of Lcwney's Chccolater,
* Manicure Goods, Bird Seed, Hair Brushes, Cents   *
* ��
I RyalVs Drug Store I
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters!
Manufactured
-<y
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C,
Telephone  R  113. Office:  p
''incess St,
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
!���    PHONE  57.
i **************************** ******************
Chas. S. Richmond is compelled to move from his
old location and is offering 20 Per Cent. Discount
from the original low price.
4^*m^^
FOR   MEN
Regular $25 Suit for $20
Regular $20 Suit for $16
Regular $15 Suit for $12
Regular $10 Suit for $8
Regular $7.50 Suit for $6
C^JPBEU^^CWTOJNQ
**g, ^St'- ^1^1
PwfTfrHJl
TO
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*   *  1
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Boys' Winter Wearing Apparel
510.00 Suits, now $8 00
$3.00 Suit?, now $6.40
$7.50 Suit?, now $6.40
$6.00 Suits, now $4.80
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to. open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities erf their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is  paid  on   Savings
Balances half-yearly.
n,��siness   Accounts    opened
on ravorable   terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETSI$48,000.000
NEW   WESTMINSTE.:,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebee���Liverpool.
Laurentic    Oct. 29
(New, triply screw, M.S..' tons.)
Canada   Nov. 5
Mtjantte Nov. 12
Dominion     Nov. 19
$5.00 Suits,   now $4.00
$2.50 Suits,  now $2.00
$2.00 Suits,  now $1.60
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool,
i eiii isi ma.   Salli&ga.)
Laurentic      Dec. 3
Canada  Dec. 10
The Laurentic and    Megantic   are
now White 8tar .teamen- tli elargest
land    most   modem    from   Canadian
ports,
For rates, berth reservations, etd
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W.  F.  BUTCHER, Agent  Q,  N, R,
T. H. LARKE. N. P. C. P. A..
819 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Underwear
Penmans No. 95 all wool underwear, regular $1.25, now, garment $1.00
Heavy weight St. George, English manufacture, reg. $1.25, row $1.00
Flaece lined , regular 65c, now 50c.      All 50c underwear, now, garment 40c
Trunks
A carload of trunks and travelling cases to choose from at prices ranging from
 $3.20 to $20.C0.
Everything Goes 20 p.c. Discount.-Our Loss js Your Cain-Watch Our Windcws
I C. 5. Richmond
I 675 Columbia St. Phone 595
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
LYour  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Marftel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue,
PHONE  370.
For nil kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow    Press
Mrs. E, M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Daily News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
Trv a "WANT" ad ln The News.
It x_U kvUag r****i*_ -J
m*^*r*'*W*l^r*i*^******m pRlDAV,
NOVEMBER  4,  1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE
rjfof Montreal
P^cfABLlSHED 1817.
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
I CAP|TAUr    	
lRESEB       throughout    Canada
Bra��**JT2��i  m  Lon(lon
and
Eng-
I Ne��'oUDdlvork Chtcago and Spokane,
s-ss.--.�� -���- - -
?orld.      Rank D3partment--Depo8lt8
Savlnl ,,;   J,   and  upward,
recri.''-1 "
aud interest
a'lowc ' at
,  enl   rate).
per cent, per
annum   1    '   Vver" $isr,,000,000.00
Tot;d
ESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
Manager.
��EW * p. BBtMNKB.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Kfflce
��r.y
pwn8 US.      Barn 'Mono 117
Columbia Street-
delivered    promptly     e
liart of tie city.
light and Heavy Hauling
"'office-thai* p��p��t.
"To The
General Public"
TAKE   NOTICE.
i ���ot tlie best potatoes in
jXrollfone'nlwertothat
''^"w",, rook  527 Front street, city.
* l'--        ehas nothing   but   the,
^T,n floes   nice and  mealy.    Try]
If   potatoes. ^ g���ck ���
them.   ' n< Lb
lonnoI)-t forget the address.
HATT COOK
Phone  550.
Port Mann
Ten acres in section 21, range
2, at $1000; one-quarter cash.
Twenty acres In seclon 20,
rariRe 2, at $1000; one-quarter
cash.
For mil,division, these aie
moneymakers,
City Properly
Mist class lots on Seventh
avenue, single or double, well
sitaated, GGxl32. This i;-' a t;o(��i
buy.
Good building lots on El jbth
avenue, neai - nd street. Enquire aboul this; there Is money
to be made.
Houses
W'e liave ft number of choice
houses for sale fro n $1500, for
$250 cash, ba anee t ��� y, to $12,-
000.
���_t	
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,   E.  C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific   Coast    Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Why Not Entertain
With An Informal Gram-o- 'j^^*^Z��__
PHONE MUSIC ALE? JX^��5����?Z
lections afforded by Victor Records make such affans pleasant        g
'',-���������inster P.W.te Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-eontaglous medical
cases accepted. Terms from
':*��� weekly. For further partlcu-
apply to Hospital. Tele-
e "55
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
"Thomson   Blk. Phone  388
���7"     QKP -**._\iS*ar-^***^      " 	
($15 TO S250-EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED)
,ecorJ��Uwoin
on.) tell I"' 90c.-you
cn buy them that **���*, >f
Ihe    combination    plei����
you.    ScnJ Ul   10c.  c��tr��.
,na   **c   "ill  lorwird   you
l .ample by DuU.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
md we wm iurw���  .���      late. . popular   uns  "'   **���-  -". ���  ���
**S*mj^��i*^s^*_\_Z ���__
MUSH MMMB
District of New Westminster
TAKE notice that 1. William Kobert
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to purchase tlie following
described landdf:
  Commencing  at    a    i ost    planted
  .about  twenty chains north from    the
1 Watc.es, ror Ladl.-B trom |12/5  BOuthwetot comer  of    Timber   -Lease
38769, Texada Island, thence west
eighty chains, tlience south ei. hty
chains, tlience east eighty cliains
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
Vancouver, B. C. September fi. If it
Watches,
Q
cp.
SUvei	
|6.00.
Silver Watches
17.50 up.
Agent   for    Waltham
Wa,Chv'9- ,.|H
Watch repairing a specialty
gents'    open face
gents"  open
case,
snd     MPU
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams1 Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3U.  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53-
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster
New Westminster Land District.
! trict of  New  Westminster,
(    Take notice   that John   Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson    Island,   occupation
fanner.  Intends  to  apply  for  permission  to  purchase  the    following    described  lands: ^^^^
Commencing    at    a    post    planted
about    ono    mile northeast   from th*
head  of  Hillings  bay,  nnd  about    40
chain* easterly  from    the    southeast
corne- of timber lot    number    '.\~\H\,
thenco  north  40  chains, tlience east
40 chains,  tlience    soutl     40 chains,
.tlience  west  40  chains  to  point    of
commencement, containing 100 acres
more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS.
Dated August 20. 1910
Yott can entertain your guests with selections by
Melba, Caruso, Sembrich, Eatr.es, Scotti, Schumann-
lleink and a host of other great artists. Make them
sing for you in your own drawing-room; the volume
can be adapted to any room. Or, if you prefer the
late. k popular  airs of  the day, you'll find them on
Victor Records too.    Go into a Vic tor-Berliner store
and hear them played; be sure to hear the  Vicirola.
BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO.
LIMITED
MONTREAL
I
| trade mark.
m *Xati-_m_s _���_��� , ��������� .. _ _	
Victor No. 1. $31.00.
Victor No. 2. $42.00.
Victor No. 3. $50.03
Victor No. 4. $63.00
Victor No. 5. $75.00
WE ALSO HAVE THE VICTOR-VICTORLA, THE FINEST MACHINE ON EARTH. CALL AT OUR
STORE AND HEAR THIS WONDERFUL MACHINE PLAYED. ALL THE LATEST RECORDS KEPT
IN STOCK. EASY PAYMENTS ON GRAM-O-PHONES IF DESIRED. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME   IN   OUR   STORE,   WHETHER  YOU  BUY OR  NOT.
J. H. TODD'S
419 Columbia Street
MUSIC HOUSE
New Westminster, E. C.
s.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The New Sternwheelcr
S.  PAYSTREAK
1897 aud '.unending Acts." carrying
,n 'bnstness in the Dlstrlc o N^
Westminster and Province of BriUg
***** ��� .>���r-s=lc�����'" ' ''-'"
".'.tlon,, to !��se 500 acm
bounded a
LeaVes Brackman-Ker MUllng Company's wharf, New Westminster, win
i      tigers and freight as <��}"**. v
' eaves New Westminster I uesiuy
T    :  da)  and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Hi
t     u (! Sunday al * a. m. n������lf'
First Class Passenger Accommodation |.���,..
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd
New   Westminster.
___ of land
__ follows: Commencing at
B post planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river enteritis the head
nf Dralney's Inlet, thence north 100
chains, tbence west BO chains, thence
south 100 chains, thence east 50
chains to post of commencement.Purpose tor which it is renuirei
1^1^^^^^ NOTICE.
Notice is hereby   given   that    The  The Corporation of the City of   New
Fraser Hiver Tannery. Limited, a body  Westminster  lias  deposited  with  the
corporate,    incorporated    under      tlie   Minister  of Public  Works at Ottawa
Hritish    Columbia    Companies    Act,  and in the ofllce of the Registrar of
�����--  .���.��������� .���.rvlnc  Deeds for the District of New Westminster.    Hritish   Columbia,  at   New
Westminster  plan  and description of
the   proposed   site   for   laying    steel
pipe   line   or   water   main   under  the
Brunette   river   in   the   Province    of
Hritish     Columbia,    and     utter    one
imonth from the llrst publication lieie-
tlie  of   will   apply   to   the   Governor   in
and; Council   for  approval  thereof.
to travel by it found that there was
only one first-class wagon with titree
compartments, one was reserved bar
ladies only. No ladies were tra,c*.l-
llng unaccompanied by ths train, aafl
^  that carriage was empty.   Some &��n-
  i tleir.en got into it.    They were ttaa-
, ' ed out and the door locked.   The, S^
General Incompetence   and ty passengers appealed to the sua.
..      and to another official and were rud .iy
NATIONAL RAILWAY
FAILURES IN FRANCE
site for tlie construction of wharves
on    the    southerly    shore      of      the
I Fraser      river,      situate      on
I foreshore   of   blocks   "A," "B,
ami  iy "���
Red Tape Claimed to Be Received ^ ^
Responsible For Deaths
this
Third  day   of   October,
Datei
1!'UK I   I nrvCAS
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The the follow
Corporation of the   City   ol   Newi_...
WMtnunM**
mired, quarry>
New Twin Screw
Steamship
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PRINCE RUPERT
r   320 Feet Long-18'/2 Knots.
3,00 Tons-7000  HO^pOW.^J^   wHARF.
VICTORIA  and   SEATTLE,l:0C^^^'
PRINCE RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Momiajs g_g   s  p;ince
STEWART and QUEEN CHARLOTTE JHA t for
Albert leaves Prince Rupert  on ai l ���>'   ,    ���, and  Moresby Island
Stewart, and for Queen Charlo'ee CIty,   i      Blmpioni Kincolith and
porta at 10:00 p. m. Thursdays; and_ ioi
*laSBet at U0:00 p. m. Mondays.da>s. c,.eDing cars between
Solid    vestibule,  tra.ns    rf.^ffiiS 88. "^T^
nore ui u.w,
"C." being portions of lots seven (7) 1
and eight (S), group two (2) in the
district of New Westminster and province of Hritish Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister of i'ubllc Works at Ottawa, plans
of said wharves which they propose
to construct, together with a description of the full si'e thereof described
by   notes  and  bounds,  .ml  have  als.) *^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
deposited a duplicate of each In the     The undersigned   haa   moved   hi
office  of  the  registrar  of dee'.��  for office  to  131G  Cariboo street,  where
the DlBtrict of New Westminster, hi, he will conduct tlie veal estate busi-
whicb district the said works are pro- ness under liis own name.   The office
ised to be constructed, in accordance on Twelfth street  is for sale
posea io ue uuu. v. ��^ ,
with the requirements of section 7 of
the    "Navigable    Waters     Protection
|Act,"   chapter   115   of the   Revised
Statutes of Canada. 1906.
WHITESIDE fi EDMONDS,
Solicitors  ror   Fiaser   River  Tannery.
Limited.
Dated at the City of New Westminster this 27t.h dav of October   H��in
No coarsens in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Fine and pure
as newly-tallen tnow���so rich in
delicious uvou, once uxd, always
used
John N. Raphael, Paris correspondent of the London Daily Express, has
to say  concerning railways In France.
"Eighteen months ago the western
railway of Prance waa after a long
coiiate in ti.e chamber resulting in a
very BmaU majority for the government, bought by the state. O.i June
18 of this jear there was an accident
upon the line at VUlopteux. Nineteen
people weie Ulllod, and thirty-one
were seriously  hurt. ^^
s an accident upou mc ....
Saujon. Forty-three people were kill
ed and seventy were bully hurt. A
few days ago thete was an accident
upon the line at liernay. Seven people were killed, and ot the fortv who
[were badly hurt, one died a day or
Itwo ago, another one is dying.
"Bince June IS seventy-one deaths
liave occurred on the western state
railway.. Since the same date there
has been r.o accident of any gravity
on any otber railroad ln France.
^^^^^^^^^^^^ id to the staf.iun-
| master's ollice.    A secretary received
them, and told them that they mast
be mistaken.   By the time they found
1 the statlonmasster himself and insisted cn his accompanying them back t��
the    platform,    the   train    had     left.
There was no other train ti   Poiswy
| until morning.
"This ls only one of numerous of
complaints against the western U��e
whidb lia\e been made of late, luggage ls lost, not now and then, *nt
every day. When not lost It arrira
several hours after the passengCKS
whom It should accompany, an 1 regularly every Sunday, and on hcfldave
tlie mob of angry passengenrs In rhe
Gare St. Lawrence  is such that Bp��-
X
were  seriously   nun.    uu  ��vua���.    ..   umc ^,    ............	
theie was an accident upon tlie line at   ciaj for(,e8 of ponce have to be taWI
"""i,,",M" ,u ,,',�� weie kin"  off to control it.
Administration's
SCHEDULE
IN    OPERATION
Solid    vestibule    trains    OlJ-jr���,  Fa||S,  New York, Tor-
Chicago,  Detroit,  London,  Ham ton, t doU
 ^^^^^   ��� Longest douoie
onto, Montreal, Portland, Bostoi, ���**���,��� COntinent.
under one management on the ** L  v  DRuCE,
"'Si-ffiU ,T���iBt, V���M0��.-,'C��*W'
Telephone 7100.    527 Granville Street,                  MSHIP LINES.
GENERAL AGENCY, TRANBATtANTIC 	
Jew completed  and  that  the  same servlcc       tl    c.
Sed therefrom   must        fe. ��  JM ftnd .^       ���,, whl,e the
WSFS* S"      ll   del7verh V  Agassi, local leaves at
��r    n Une to be delivered to the City
33IS"  ���� timo  herein  before
specified. . DUNCAN,
I City Clerk.
I    city Clerk'a Office. Ne- Westmln
ater B.C., October 15, 1910. i
Incompetence.
1 have referred to the rudeness ��r
the servants of the company. They
arc discontented also, for their hmtre
are lengthened by the Incompetence af
the administration of the line. Smee
the terrible accident at Beinay, i
have spoken to a number of engine
drivers who know the spot we.l. TTMW
men declare that many of them hawe
H  L'C'Cn.hP^ vnllroul ln France. advised the railway authorities of tPre
'..ran>   J  fr   theT English press from dan,Crous state of the line just o*t-
��I road in tlitb   " t the Bern:1Vi ftnd that no notice wlm-
"'re ,�����,.:;mn! oM^riua pl'lc ser- 5��b5 heen taken by their decW
'n:,Monil        ?�� nmont  them, but does tiom:.   i have endeavored to get tb��
P. k. ^'e^��  Wl^ J'   *    n    .i'r^v- gTave statement proved or dlsorove-lf.
winter not this terrMo I      ���J\h.,n- 1hl-c.e br..Tlie management of the  line b*m
enty-ono  deaths  in  ie��Bs^ . .Hpm,,ted to disprove It by a note ro
monthV.ve...nT oKfort.. SfSSS papers^ in which it Is ***
I,        ,��   to r meat extent, a that  "No   written   and   signed    cotn-
"T,,01ln��T,o co ntry throughWhidj plaVtS of the state of the too hit*
',,onn:>nbuer' little touched by oth-   1���en received.' U  is not hard to te-
U P"fi��� "     ,o t at to many  people lieve that an enrine diiver coming oT
e'' l"'X        .' wertern railway  line   ia hlB engine an hour or so later than
, 1 ������ ��� in n   m   ana w;o�� v-  l,ae  of ,l,,e,   , ���      ,  is the principal  hls schedule time, feels tnat he tm*.
r��be A^.    1/ Un'il "omes in at  Hobsonis clmice.    It I    the  . ^ M by a gtaferae^
To'-10 am     The   Seattle   train   ar- connection wUb.*��.W ^ ^  ^  ^  company's   answer  m*y
ves a" "'20, and 'eaves a,  8^0 a   ojj ggf^Jg^ for Poissy   the  ���^ui^^^^;^
m.   The new time wont Into effect on tue     fl_BtK.,aBB passengers who naa
the flrst of thc month. , ���^
8::u�� a. in. ami o.o.. ,	
Agassiz local leaves at 5:f-t) p. in.
The two trains from tbe east   arrive here at 12:10 p. m. nnd 10:50 p PAGE FOUR-
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER
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The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publlsn-
hug Company, Limited,!at their offices,
Oorner   of . McKenzie'  and    Victoria
"Streets.
A. Paige,..(.... .Managing  Director
FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER  4,   1910.
LEES LIMITED
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T
weater��
HIS is Sweater Season and our sweater stock
is now at its best. We have the best mand.
Regulation styles and also a very strong range of
the new and popular Coat Sweaters.
Colors in Navy, Maroon, White Grey and
Green. Special values in Jaeger's and The Vancouver Knitting Company's goods.
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
AN   INTERESTING  INTERVIEW,     j J]      PH.QAIE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST., NEW WESTMINSTER
In   last   month's  ''Review    -of     Reviews" Mr. Stead relates an interesting conversation   which  he bad  with j *
Mr.  Lloyd  George  just  after  the  re-  [j
turn of the journalist from The Hague
where he had been watching- the pro- [
lire's cf the North Atlantic Fisheries!
arbitration,    Mr.  George was greatly]
pleased  that so  long standing a  dis-J
pute between the two branches of thel
English-Bpeaking family was in a fair
way to l-e   settled.    Arbitration,    he!
Slid, like law suits, cost, money, but, i
after all, the prlcejof a single "Dreadnought," would pay the cost of all the
arbitrations   under/ The   Hague   convention    He enthusiastically    quoted
the  saying  of   "that "great    imperial
statesman, Sir Wilfrid Laurier," that
"when--' controversy   ends    rapproaeh-
inent .Jr.ay  begin."    He believed  that
"rapproachnient"  spelt,    "reciprocity,"
.nnd vvas in favor  of everything that
would -draw Mte  two kindred  peoples
into fraternal union and co-operation.
He notel that the dispute really arose
from  thff'.acthyi   at- the; iu'o|e.rti.ouist j
ring in tl^^jw^^'i^M^^��^?
of the president 'Yd^Miis.-cabinet
backed by tjff;'m^<yity ,of lijMh Rouses
of congress'aitf! *&e".j&ii>rai sense of
the people of the United States, had
shut out Newfoundland fish from
American... markets aud provoke! retaliatory regulations from Newfound-!
land. This was one baleful result cf
protection. He confessed himself a
stauncher ftee. trader than ever.
"Everything," he. said, "that has occurred since tariff reform was voted
down in 1906 has gone to strengthen
our fhith in the principle of free
trade,, Kvery doleful''predict., n of ou.
adversaries has been falsified by the
facts: Never in the whole course of
our history lias our trade heen great
er, In face of hostile tariffs we liave
more than held our own, and, however you measure it tree trade Britain
leads the world in trade. The most
remarkable tiling is that, in the last
few years we liave increased our trade
even more with countries which liave
hostile tariffs than we have with
many of our colonies."
Mr. Lloyd George bad a good deal
to say about "the monstrous���-nay,
the "almost  treasonable  task"   under-
taken  by the great party which  was  What under the stln; rVioon andTtws
usfog all its energy in trying to prove do we care for tlle Duke   f   , ;
u iff ,      ,*   * "e,ni,lils!1 ,niltlon  ��l. or his lean old aunt, or for all tl.e
is  etfete,  that   our  trade ls dying or Iest of t,     Ahvunif
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Vancouver ?
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untarnished reputations back of them.
Men's Coat Sweaters :
$1.50, $1.75, $2.50 to $5.00
Boys' Coat Sweaters :
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75 to $2.75
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There are several months  of  sweater  weather
ahead and the choosing now is easy.
REID & CO.
The Store of Satisfaction
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WMIWBBBBiBEBBMI
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eld Dad Eikins, or all the Eikins an-  Queen's   park.     The   financial   aspect
oestry tock-ro the time of the flood? 0f the question   may Influence   some
votes today, and on this aspect we should, I think, consider Uie
present  unprofitable character of the
We would try
dead,  and   that   our  industrial" sup. e- intake ' aJiX^teresMn The" 'thin? ?���p���edJ'^ aD?  the .P��ssibim-V !'f
iiiacy  is  so  hopelessly  gone that  we  |f   t|ie   Duke, were   running
its remaining so for a long
time.
. - m   ..:-���   mukc were  running  a   AMy |the event of'the electors deciding to
can  no  longer  hod   our own  in  ou    fn;it  sto7.fe  on   Bank  street,  or 1he I t  t,     sR     two  results   will   (bl
own home markets without the aid were turning the crank of a grind-or- ,ow. (1) Tl]e transformation of that
Ol a protection tariff.. He sakl that gan jn front of the hotels, with Miss ,.���������,, unkemt,t ..onion
if you cry stinking flsh long fnotrgh Eikins���a. red. and green and yellow
before your own shop-windows, even bandana fiver her upper story���doing
your own shopmen wiW in time begin ,,.> the hotel rotunda with the tam-
to think that the fresh caught salmon-j^an-Uie outstretched for the coppers
liave an  ancient  and  fish-like  smell, and nickels.
This    is    what   the  tariff    reformers      But as it is, de won't give two hoots
had heen doing.    Mr. Stead reminded  for the whole Ahruzzl-Elklns aggrega-
tiini  that  in spite  of Great  Britain's uon.   The only Interest we ever took
prosperity  hitter    pauperism and  un- jn  t|ie  ca8e  was to wearily    wonder
���employment still existed.    Mr. Lloyd why tlie "the" was put in before the
<3eorge said that  that was true, but  Abruzzl.    Why didn't they    call  hlm
"the misery of the sufferer is not em- simply  the  Duke of Abruzzl
Ml tered  by  the  knowledge  that    his than  the   Duke  of  "the"    Abruzzl?
privations are artificially Increased by  But at length this long suffering won-'
laws made In the Interest of corporate der waned.    We grew mighty tired ofl
greed or protected monopoly." Worse  won'erlni.  all   the  more  so  because I resI(onse 	
.Vi'rr1cttn,.t,r0Ct.,,,",r,ifv ,WiH nthtVU'  WC  C��,"(I   222?   "nd    any��ne  t0 ^IPltals is but the expression of human
direct  burden which protection threw  pease our wonder. Uvmnathv  in  one of its  manv  forms
uponthe poor   The wasteful, ruinous,      Now that this wonder is gone, we tfnZe    ehuUes.    wide h ^peTtn
suicidal competition in armaments re- wish   the   whole   Abruzzl-EIkins  dis-!
Stilted   because  tariff   war,   which   is  pilte were at the bottom of the sea.
almost universal outside Hrltaln, may      Why, then, "will  not the cable cor-
lead  to  war  of   the  other  kind.    As  respondents leave us alone?   Why do
Chancellor of the  Exchequer he  had  they persist In  harassing and tortur-
had  to  raise   225,000,000 extra  taxa- Ins: us this way?    Why will they not
tlon, and had been  more vehemently  give us ttmft;to think of things worth
abused for performing thai duty than   while���like reciprocity, or pure water,
any Chancellor of  the  Exchequer  in or balloons, or t_e me" City Auditor
history.     Every    penny  of  this   was  fluff cant pet 'along with, or thc re-
needed for Boclal reform, for old age  ported    enrjarb'^ent   or   Mls��    Gra^e
,""",'~ MacKenzie   of   Toronto   to   fount  de
We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home without paying
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS, Secretary. THOMAS TAYLOR, Manager
KELLINGTON   BROTHERS,  General Agents,  New Westminster.
, onTienSi��Ck b��0luS Ti ri0wuopen at thG 0ffice of Kellin/?ton Bros, for the salt
of 30,000 shares, which have been allotted to New Westminster.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^    of   Queen's
park into a "beauty spot' adorning the
city, and 12) tlie transformation of
the present hospital site into property that will help to fill the colters
of the city treasury yearly. Instead,
therefore, of the gift of a free site being a loss to the city, lt will, in my
opinion,  he a gain  ultimately.
Hut there are higher motives which
should determine the issue. There
are few causes that appeal to human
rather | nature w-ith such force as the cause
of suffering humanity, and the higher
the standard of civilization in any
community the more generous is the
Tlie establishment   of hos-
I more   or   less   of   an   authoritative
'manner, to a portion of the community   for  funds,   unlike  schools,   which
The Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.   Telephone No 7846
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,  New Westminster.
Telephone No. 6��0
gift or power Is often exercised ln
vain. If tlie board of management
succeed in gott ing this property they
will have all tlie more means to equip
their hospital In accordance with modern requirements.
Our city, growing so rapidly, Is des-
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pensions, for labor exchanges, for Insurance agalnsl Blckness and unemployment, anl a hosi of other most
necessary measures, Bul oul of every
penny social reform could only pel
;i half penny; the other half penny
.wont In armaments.
LeseepBt���Ottawa   Free  Press.
Correspondence
WHY   IS   IT  THUS?
"Miss Eikins Ins lefl Paris," says
;i cable dispatch, "and in view of her
father's attitude it Is doubtful whether
the peirotlations for  her marriage to .-������ ������'    ���
t'i"  Duke or tho  Abruzzl  will  be  re-   Editor, I>-iily News
sumed." Slr-
What do we care.   What, in thunder allow
�����lo we care for Catherine Eikins, or
(The Dally News Is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
THE    HOSPITAL    SITE.
Will   you   be  good   enough   to
me space for   a  few   observa
have the generous support of the j lined to become one of the large clt.e:,
state, hospitals must lean largely on ' of the Pacific coast, and we should,
charity for their establishment and therefore, build more with an eye to
maintalnance, There are those who the future than to the present, pro-
give freely and cheerfully large dona-,\ Ided wo can do so in a manner com-
tlons for this purpose, there are oth- patlblo with our means
err,   who  give  their  talents  and  their'     There  Is  also  another  poinl   Which
time, but it is not often that the gen-' mav be emphasized,    Rumor   has it
��� eral public are called upon to con- that St. .Mary's hospital is aboul to
j tribute. The poll to be taken [close its doors. Rumor also has it.
(today offers one of those op- that the Royal Columbian hospital Is
portunltlej, that seldom occur, to ex-j overcrowded. With the smaller bos-
press our sympathy In a tangible pital close I this overcrowding must
foi n. Every��man who votes for tbo Increase and the demand for better
transfer is thereby expressing his iand larger accommodation becomes
sympathy with suffering humanity.'imperative. In this connection I may
As the doors of the hospital are open say that the regrel over the closing
to rich anl  poor alike, to all  Classes, jof   St.   Mary's   hospital    is   very   gen-
races,  creeds and  colors   alike, this oral.   For over a quarter of a century
Indiscriminate privilege so widens the It   has endeavored  to   meet   the   de-
circle  of  its   usefulness  that   the   ap- mauds made upon  it, and often  under
peal must, commend Itself to all. trying   circumstances.    Seeing,   how-
The gift or power to relieve pain Is ever, ihat it. lias weathered the storm
one   of  the  noblest   within   the  reach Which has heen somewhat  of a strain,
of  man,  but  without  the  facilities of- especially   during   the   last   eight     or
Fr.���r..l      I -It I    *      '
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^^^^ WATCH    REPAIRS ^^^���
Probably that watch of yours Is not giving you proper satisfaction
Tou have had It In the repair shop, but, while it Is running, will not
run accurately. The reason for dissatisfaction Is that the man who
did the repairs is either Incapable or doing good work or ls not con
Bclentlous In his work, or, In all probability, he is gifted with both of
the faults mentioned.
We have been fortunate In securing tho services of a first class
watch nan who has taken charge of our watch repair work. A ma a
who will tell you the truth In regard to the condition of your watch
and wlll repair It properly, and, as a consequence, lt will not only
run, but keep accurate time.
Agents for  Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
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THE
JEWELER
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 ,  me un -nun's 01-1 especially  during  the  last  eight   or tBiiectual advancement
lio:;s on the proposed hospital she at  fered  by a well-equipped hospital this, ten yearn, one wonders why it should   our schools and colleges
close   now   when   the  city   is  on   the thai   he  may  be able  to observe our
broa;l road to prosperity, and when by social advancement, also, bv a glance
e'need1'sue,,ffuf'!'    T^   ",   ha.a '" a  ���gnlflcenl  ��"* erected al the
>       s .' la  warn  place in  the af- south   end   of   Queen's   park   for   the
ections c, the people, which would go benefll of suffering humanity.   All our
la.'  towards  making  i,s  future  career Institutions are good, bu,  [hope I an.
,'\ .��...!..        i                  , "ol tw,stlng the word too much from
A strangei  fcomlng to our city may its  original   meaning  when  I quote:
TZILZ n!,"";,:" a,dvantTent ">' "And the greatest of these is  harlty."
a glance at our churches and our in- n   ,,   kouukk
lellectual advancement, by a glance at New   Westminister,   November   3,
Let us hope  1910.
Fino apartment house site close :o
business district, $2,600; $900 cash,
balance over  2  years.
We have some of the choicest lots
in the  West   End  Industrial  district.
These  will  advance  rapidly  in   value
from now on,    Kasy terms arranged.
If you think of building a house or
a business block consult our extensive list of unimproved property In
the city and district.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TO LEASE���Fruit and Confectionery Store, hake oven on premises,
good location, on Columbia street,
good oj ( ning for man of small me.ms.
We   have  some  choice    residential
sites 1 ���JtUA'tow cement walk district
at  v
'ery  reasons)
Tile prices and  terms,
.Modern 8 room house close In, <>n
large lot, wilh hest heating and
plumbing;  $l,.oo.    Good terms.
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vw��^^li^riH^l AY-
NOV
MBEB  4,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Page five.
.PORTING
NEWS
of     ���uuuiisnm
[    c TDAPHiK        PAB-IIIJTUEL SYSTEM
ATHLETES TROPniti
.ew anJ  Other   Prizes
llBy Hoult and Mac
Laid Fill Window.
Belief    Is   Prevalent That    Race-Going
Public  Would   Favor  Style-
Is     Satisfactory.
Ifcisi
, ,   , ;l,.-,i,i-s which shows
la> 0l .���,,,.  of   men  of
New I'orl
v,
Nov. ',',.���In Canada 11 ere
is a movemeni  on foot  to substitute
tlie pari-mutuel system of betting for
the bookmaker in the future���that is,
so far as the larger turn tracks are
among  the ath- concerned���and it is probable that the
nster, is on ex-' smaller   Institutions   wlll   adopt   the
0f N'ew N\.''"jj^. ,,,��� Blair's cigar  same Bystem if it  is successful.
are il'*' property I    The belief In general thai it will be
The tro MacDonaJd, j more acceptable to the race-going pub-
;li l'n .   w'on'a score    of   lie, as ii   has been in Louisville, be-
unnlng feats and  sides being more In accord with   the
hjs  medals and. wishes of the government,
obtaining   ._,..,.. tv,.���_,.|    The parl-mutue)  Bystem   in   Louis-
. vllle has been a pronounced success,
kinds of according   tq   the   statemeni    of   the
tea sets, knife and   manager of the track, Matthew Wynn
���--
ir 'wrTstllng and weight throw
v includes all
fern
clocks ami al-  and there is no reason why it Bhould
has  not  l-e :i success in Canada, as   the
���-��� ". whlch     anyone   lias not   lie  a  sue. -���      i
..,������ as a prize for patrons of racing ai
.,:,* get as much fun ou
'     ''     . ,...   i���    Un*,Wa thev   u���Hl,l   mil   of  ,
"important    t.ropb)
. uection  i
Ifiea thai  he la the
- lH mller of Brit-
SamPthe title  having  been
'T'HE Fit-Reform Creed is���
pay less and dress better.
For years, Fit-Reform Has preached the
doctrine of better style, better fabric, better
tailoring, better value.
And Pit-Reform has lived up to
reputation by giving honest value for
money.
All you need to know about a Suit is, that
it is a Fit-Reform Suit.
The name Fit-Reform tells
the whole story of better
value for the money.
B.C. Mills
Timber  and  Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES-    LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box 137
its
the
riT-
:��hwm$
ire Bpeculatoi b who
^^__ ut  of ;i $2 \va;.-<-i  I
in  Hoult's  they would oul of a bei of ten times
the    gold the amount.
Favors    Big    Bettor.
The question has been put:    What
 would become of the man who wishes
i   i -       l [ l l"_,       i * *���*��� tr*
... during the exhibition to invest a large amount on a horse?
^lcU lie  would possibly bave as .ood and
, nlflcenl silver tea   maybe  better returns for liis lnvest-
e:ear,   Wfirst pHze  in  "1P  '"''''  ""'"'  than lf he lla<1 BPeculated witl1
Scottlch sports and;a bookmaker.   Thai Is a matter which
Imllar race this Would regulate Itself In very short or-
Hver  cup  for  the   der, as it   has done at Louisville. Any-
... Scottish sports how, it doesn't matter much.
f'tndone for being first in the      At Latonla the system has been a
the  police  sports held failure, so lt is said, on account of the
hi, ,..,,r number of handbooks in operating in
��� i ^iviver ti,i> *e,u ��� ��
gold medal for first In  Cincinnati, some of them making their
efv race at Nanaimo on May 24 own   prices  on   races.      These  keep
old medal for first in   many   persons   way   from   tlie   track
at Vancouver last year,  Thus it  will be seen that  Latonla is
. edai for Becond at the.not. a fair test.
i U  sports in Vancouver this      In   the  old   days   thirty   years   ago
auction   pools  and   parl-mutuels  were
-p, these    medals    and    cups  in   evidence  on   the   local   tracks,  as
il of other prizes won  well   as   bookmaklng,  but    gradually
.,..' meet8  all held within the both systems were put out of commls-
' .    months s'on  a*  "10 I";,llil'  w;is attracted to
l's prizes  are oven  more the bookmakers.    Tiie horsemen also
ms  than    Hoult's.    He is the preferred the books, for It was through
.   /' , heavywelghl catch- their   medium   that   they   and    their
.   wrestler  of  the    Pacific  friends profited when they had a real
,u   display   in   tlie  win-  good   horse  which   was   unknown  to
 dflcent   gold    medal, the  public    They  frequently booked
,atic oi  the    amateur    cham- a winning bet at 20 to l when there
L of the coast,  won  at   the  A.   was not as good as 3 to 1  against the
held In Vancouver this horse at post time.   The equal division in the mutuel would possiblly not
��� metal Is the chief trophy in   have paid  more than 3 to 1;   hence
there Bre ftlso oh  the owner of a horse had no advan-
don sev.   il     handsome    silver  tage by  the mutuel  system
.     ��� a, different games      It   will  eliminate   the   plunger  to
whom ;i crooked horseman will go to
Bplar Is a magnificent sil- if he is Inclined to do something dis-
.   jiV Thomaa oifford, M    honorable,   the   oapiUllat   bein.    the
:    WOn by  MacDonald    for ma�� at the helm whose money makes
,     .  .,...,,   ,.,,������,   hammer   the mare go or stop, as the case may
���s  this  year,  and   be. Friud
et which he won on the paS-mutuel' betting   will
Bln* ���  "!,Mnhl"' ��f    ;"   ch   V eve-V e for fraud  hut one.
team    which    won    two        <    very f ,   ,     .,
���  pulls   from    the     Vancouver  and that       t k  I 7        *r    ,lis
Tho I    ke a were presented by   horse up io   a race oi
,   llfferenl  weight throw- form.             (.01intries   ���10   parl-mu-
- ents and -  , ,- arc  also on ex- " JJJj   speculating   Is   a   pro-
.   Thi  chef One among these tuel  s>st.       ...'..   ,,..���   been   for
-Plendld silver cup, the first prize nounced^success ^^J^ tlui;
Contractors and
House Builders
Best
We nave a full   line   of   the
Builders  Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
money.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
CHAMPIONSHIP
ROLLER SKATING RACE
Monday Evening,   Nov.   7th
at the  Pythian   Roller   Rink
Fresh Eggs
Are High
,,) ..ll*Ji>.UIWIIMI
^^^^ Weekday Schedule  	
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20,  6:50, 7:20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,  6:50,  7:20,  8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. rn.
Return Fare:   Adults,  60c;  children  under 12,  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver   at   8
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at  8  a.  m., 9  a.  m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday Excursion Kates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Fi eight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a, m., 11:20 a. m. an.   3:20 p. m.    Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 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.
JOHN BEATTY, Champion
of   Vancouver   Island,   and
CLARENCE HUFF,   Champion of the Mainland.
Admission        -        10c
Preliminary  mile race, Harry Tii.
vs. J. Scales, of Nanaimo.   .
out high up on the mountains moose
can be seen almost any (ine day by
the aid of field glasses. In certain
portions of the country west of the
Mackenzie river caribou are still seen
.owing the sixteen  pound ham-  year.   �����* *��, SS 35.? Z j jajg^* * *. P-Per season
�����00000^ taam ,     ,   n  Prance to ply their trade, hut   theli
,   laity   Is  heavy   work  of all   JTWKJ W^P* ^y were
nd in putting the shot. Beason   >.i��   ����� .
'"""��"���    r"?    KmKSi       tAineSu, horseman
���sis pound weight, and tossing the      "��e ,..��������� to France or Germany
' -is  although he who bu ^gjftjj hl|!hly * the
excelled by (Mills of Vancouver ln JJJj^J" J , ,!mint,,es. and so much
*or two instances. ��V      n     lfor u ���, Ulls c0U���Uy that
i:' wl   '   ���'��� 'P ay  is attracting a *������] "ll>  '",,,'   .,,���.. Bta5   which is
" deal of attention as It certainly when onee there <they atoy
I   ��� ��� to do tor i. shows that the evulence tha   theli Bystem     i
frofNe.   Westminster   can     not *-**��JO ttat ofOMJ. Woodh|_e
Play lacrosse, bnt can nlso excel      M  UR ,'���.,r ,. w,��� not be surpris-
neighbors on the coast in other track next ye **   I not De sun
���     : athletics.
Ul     .   I cut     ..^. ,.
of tlie year, but these herds appear to
be growing constantly smaller.
Mountain sheep are yet abundant
in many places, and owing to tlieir
habits of life are perhaps In 'ess immediate danger of extermination than
the moose or caribou.
lt is obvious that as the settlement
of this notliern country proceeds the
came must disappear. It is only by
the establishment of game refuges in
these regions that It can be preserved,
is-j and at the present time the residents
of' of that northern country are interest-
We have a shipment of
Ontario Fresh Eggs,
guaranteed to boil as
well as local Fresh
Eggs.
40c per dozen
Case Eggs, 3 doz. for $1
|LBlRTA   could
STAND
MORE   SPORT
lng to see miiteul boxes    Instead    of j or mtu uuiu< _...
[bookmakers attending to the wants of led in the game only so far as it may
I turf Speculators. The feeling is mark-1 be turned into money.
ed In that direction.
i in   which   will  leave
��� ghi for Calgary, then"
a part)   of the   most   husky
nei   ol  Bdmonton  to wrestle
oi Calgary's   physical
In the grand old game
BIG   GAME    IN   CANADA.
"DRYS" PRAY WHILE
"WETS" TALK MUCH
wtiy
'
FOR  QUICK  SALE
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting
on Fraser River. A very choice tract at a genuine
snap.   Price and terms given on application to the
Movius Land and Loan Co.    |
j Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A. |
*****************************************************
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning wdll leave every week-day morning at 7 a.tn. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westmln.
ster at 5 a.m.
"
I
V*
Moose   and   Caribou   Take,  th.   Lead.
Becoming   Very   Scarce.
Northwestern Canada and portions
,, ot Alaska  Btlll  contain   greal   nnra-
SU oi iarge game, but In some  to
���' where everyone ������ callUes thisha|.already become >er>
��y nil year round ii must be ad-  scarce,    rhla is '";',' ,   nhlllld.
���i thai  outdoor  games   ol   the In America where big[game��
ilture Kind get all too lit- ant;   there remains onlj
We hire a team to do regions. .,      ,    an,i
.      ���     11 playing for us and an-     it    is   evident,   Bays     o
te-pla3 our hookey.   Some few  Stream, that In a .       joun   -^   ^
"�� more or less   perfunctory lng ,l',,,s,'M',u\il; J' ,. s ot civilized
6 exercises at tlie Y   M. C. A.  vaded by  great  numu.  .     *      mena-1 misBiou ui ...- ���  .    ,���,,
 re ride horseback and play  men. who must dependtin Urge bw   j��   voU>|.s (lf Ml8EOurl noW only toni
911(1 8 very small number engage  ure on the coun r> tot -     ��� ���        dlBap.UayB distant.   ...; ,ir.������,-Pd
���   running.    But   the   per- larger native ton nai.1 If '^ ,. ��� !1M. mw Up in battle array prenared
te,f '" youth who mdulge in the pear.   In this northern region ���� a flgW t0 the finish.   A great par
5   ' "!lt   manly   and   bone-racklng lerB, trappers, and prospectors.   ^
p        I football anl lacrosse Is all   very   largely  on  the  gam*
mo fell
Great Prohibition Campaign
Pending in St. Lo lis- Ar
guments Offered.
St,   Louis,   Nov.   3.���With   the   sub-
lssion of tlie prohibition question to
Missouri now only four
tlie "wets"  and  "drys''
C. A. Welsh k
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and;443
Sapperton  Phone 373
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE,rManager
every $1000 assessed, as compared
with $l^.aO in the adjoining "dry"
Btate of Kansas. Tlie per capita cost
of municipal government is $7.54 in
Kansas City, and $:'.27 in St. Louis,
compared with . $9.77 in Memphis,
$22.37 in Atlanta, and $18.50 In Portland, Me., the last three being "dry"
cities.
Missouri has 3S8S saloons, of wllich
2&00 are in the city, filG in Kansas
City and Jackson county, and 178 in
St. Joseph and Buchanan county. Under the present license system these
dram shops pay the Btate annually
$1,048,800, the county government $2.-
0110,700 and large additional sums paid
ml*8   illf,
life    _l ^eatesl
Alberta
of utllltarlani who will i heads
whlVthe "dry" element Is wo.JUng * wo   *        ^^ ******
and praying, the Jjj^ noUeen W   ���   ^^^ ^ ,ogg
1(1,0   ^n^.1rS.^tStfS5S!tl������ "���� -..id be m?re_thanramade
���na nn  '? "" "M Bayin8 thai all work  continueu anu �����-""-- "     ,)S haB re
ZZ?\*y "':,K,,S ���1��l'U   ll *����  b��y-!f0r SilU>, ,n���,h0,    o     ro   plete dlsap-
li,',;,   ';'1��  I is that too close an ap.,BUlted  In  Ul    J��0J'��    ,\(>sl(los thlB
���.:     ' l0 t��e business aflalra ot the rearance or Eucue* h       ln    _���. i,0nn wnma n���� ����������"=   .      ���,������,��������
ti.wl:'v world without proper relaxa, there nre nol afowpeoP^ cpnfel,8 ��� tho voild, St. ��'0,����         f u    ln ^creased cost of government
���     "! ��lcal and  mental, will   pro-jto the country insea.^ ot nn   s^ ^^ ^erc[y tllI,)lu,h the passage or, ^ mwHmi     Thfl ���wptg��� enter
" 't race
and   who   kill   With
Pleasures  of   thli 1 seiflsh ",e���oklo"^ea8v8.,l, hunUnB to leave
���hole'i;rrLa   P,,,PH   '""ll(1    ��<��"''    ���> |Unown Mtt.M- nj.i.- ���     ^H
f,-,,;,,'"1  more Of  those  football  ex- to s'oil on a hll   t< < provlslon
��or|��"8^ b mo,-o whole-souled, ab-'supply b proanectoi
'"UK   Interest   ' ... - - ......,i��� winter.
''���Tis  WILL '"      ' '"���'     ll1"1" r'
the ��,������' h�����ui saciihcing anything '"
Joiir]ittl
_ ^ _>iiT o __      The chief game anlm
effefctiveneM.���Edmonton jthal "w*W !*at from "a'good look
II   lilt;   |Miarti*ti^   ��������     t     ��� . rniirt   "\*/c��(q"   PTltPI*
of the "wets" are based principally on uie *       ,, ,()0 0()() Iieople of ffle state
.,,,,,( ;��� i economic   gromrls ,������+��-���   nTlna   in   "dry"   territory,   made    so
Is the time to take out an accident or illness policy with the Railway
Passengers' Assurance  Company of  London.    The   rates   are   very
reasonable.
See me today about a policy ln this reliable company.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
fe wholc-snulod   ab-  supply a  vt"-"'���' ling "'�� ������ ���*���""-"'    ,' '    f)l��� tnv ..���.��� 1n  0ver  a  score or  years ��.w.    *-**   --
[so  abundant   tbo
ame anlOia.  ��'  '",        '   Missouri   is  much   lower  u.an     ;
l?^"00f'M0d' loot I l.:-ohlUtlon   state,   being    |1.,0
for  miles are "dry" territory.
I
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 Wilis.
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7/THE DAILY NEWS.W
FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER 4
1910,     J
Phone 646
P. 0. Box 431
SfcVf-:.
V ' Or
451 Columbia St.
���= COOK, General Manage
New Westminster
g7~oT'.'-xigiryp^e^3e1,^^*ri   ' ���rr.t^rr.SJTraSSI
I MM_WB__ll_______BiMMBMBMH^B B
Consonant with the successful issue ancl subscription of $200,000.00 of shares, the
flattering returns, attendant upon the inauguration of our banking department and
the increased demand for investments in realty, we are prepared to accept Savings
Deposits, Purchase Agreements for Sale, Write Insurance, Extend Loans
and cover all lines of a Trust or Fiduciary nature.
Inquiry will readily demonstrate that we have exceptional opportunities for the investment of funds, that offer an element of security and profit second to none. In
keeping with the augmented responsibilities and the increased business of the various lines, we have placed each department under separate management in the hands
of specialists thoroughly conversant with their respective branches.
FINANCIAL
FIRST ALLOTMENT OF - - $100,000.00.   SOLD
SECOND ALLOTMENT OF       - - $100,000.00.   SOLD
'     A Third Allotment of $100,000.00 Open for Subscription at $100.00 Per Share
For further particulars consult our Financial Agent, Mr. Edward St. Albans.
BANKING   DEPARTMENT
4 Per Cent. Interest on Deposits
Although this department was only inaugurated August 31st last it has shown exceptional growth and the
deposits here far exceed our most sanguine expectations, as not only our shareholders, but clients whom we
have not had the previous pleasure of knowing, have opened accounts with us, and this department is now
on a paying basis.
We take pleasure in informing our patrons that this department is in the hands of Mr. G. W. N. Boulton, a
man who has'had a great many years banking experience and is well known  for his conservative methods.
u.^��.5ra^^i'^xva*m^ssa6iua m*a\;\*' .k^aapgacs^ajt
nr3rrTr^CTg:38^ffr^^*T1'nl.kT i ' '}*! y-'A!. �������������������
____��� -, <ml'mt*\a*
INSURANCE
This department is in charge of \V. F. Edmonds, who has an
enviable record as an insurance man. Since taking charge of the
department the business has shown considerable increase and is
now on a most satisfactory basis. We write all kinds of insurance, including Fire, Life, Accident. Burglary, Automobile, etc.,
and the companies with whom we are associated are of the high.
est standing, giving the best rates, and famous for their prompt
settlement of claims. Before insuring elsewhere, consult our Mr.
Edmonds who will gladly give you full Particulars on any kindjof
insurance business.
REAL ESTATE
u��FGZ
".aacaaj'
��� ^,.^r*jrfa***,m>' If '%W��*'.��.
This department, since-taken over by Mr. T. II. McCormick, three
months ago, has proved itself to be a highly profitable adjunct to
the Trust Company's business. Mr. McCormick has for assistants, J. R. Duncan and R. H. Corbett, who are thoroughly conversant with local conditions, and which places the department in
a position to handle a very extensive business. Port Mann and
City Property are our specialties, and having large lists, we are
prepared to take care of both the investor and the home-seeker.
We invite intending purchasers to call at our offices and investigate our property lists.
gg S*\S2_.J___l
Limited.
451 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.
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mwwiuiB,mra***\immt.ji'*-^rr7Ti * g.m. I ,L.'^..JiLiur,njpyiftfl ;y..��ygn!r NOVEMBER
4,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE! SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
led tende
ns
rs .f
and ���'"
and
Idressed to the un-
orsed "Tender for
rations to the Public
H. ('.," will be ie-
'..,. until 4:00 ].. m.,
November 28,   1910, for
ei   oned        , , f
tion and form otcon-
.     :!ll forms of tender
rtment,   on ap-
Caretaker,   Public
. !-,. C, and i.i tho
������ : ';  i       Henderson,   Resi-
La , B. C.
,.,   notified that
 nsidered uoless
. ,     rinted  tonus  supplied,
th their actual   slgna-
occupations   ami
e     la tbe case   ol'
��� iture, the nature
k
New Westminster Land District.
Ti!,;'" notice that James Davis Sn Ith
of Vancouver, H. ('., occupation build
er. intends to apply tn,- permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
i Commencing at a posi marked "J.
D. Smith, s. \v. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption,     No.      2951,     thence     north
I about 60 chains more or less, to or
i ear  Saklnaw   Lak<. tl ence easl   GO
chains more or less, thence south 80
chains more or l< s i, thi nee v..-. i in
chains, more it less, thence north 10
'���hains, more oi less, thence vest 40
chains more or less, to the 11 ��� ������ ��� I
commencen <-;it.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
N'ew Westminster, (tetober 20, 1910,
JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS,   '
National Railway
Failures in France
(Continued from Page Three.)
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
\
the
���
nd  Place
I cr   of   the
ol   resi-
Take notice tbal   1
li,,,,  1 lick, of Vanco .'��� ei.
William Robert
B.C., occupation
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
be   accompanied I Permission to lease 2 ires of land
. |Ue on a   charter-! bounded tis follows
i , the order of the
Minister   of   Public
a  per cent  I lo p.c.
t the tender
���:,,. person tender
ter into a
it"''  ii"" "   contract
���   to  do so. or fail to
contracted for.    If
fol In v. a
a post, planted at the east skle of I i
extreme head of the north arm . of
Dralney's inlet, thence "ast la chains.
, i thence south 50 chains, thence west
40 chains. 1 hence north 50 chains to
post    of commencen.ent.    Purpose for
be found the crux of the whole question.
Dangers  of   Red  Tape.
"The Western railway is mlsman-
I by the state, and loss of life, loss
"' property, and loss of time occur
upon it with hopeless frequency, as
much because of red tape tis of any-
thing. if you lose a bag on tbe Western State railway it .takes two
months before you get an answer to
��� claim, and years before your
claim is heard in a law court.
"The French public realizes this so
well that very few claims are pushed,
and as in the cases of the state mismanaged telephone service, the tobacco and match Indutsries, and other
Btate run commerce] tlie Frenchman
has learned to firm and bear his loss,
father than lose moro time than he
can afford hy making a claim and
pushing P.
"Every   servant   of   the   Western
railway is his master's master now,
and he knows it. I do not know how
many men are employed on tbe Western railway, but 1 do know that every
! one of them has a vote, and tbat they
I form a very formidable body of electors, of whom tbe ministry of public
works is absolutely afraid.. If a passenger complains of delay in tbe starting of bis train, of want of accommodation, of unlighted carriages, of loss
of luggage, of the absence of porters,
of the hundred and one things which
; tbe unfortunate passenger on this
j state run line has to complain about,
���. he is asked, three times out of four,
why he travels at all.
Humor   and Sarcasm.
"1 myself heard a piece of exquisitely unconscious humor at a station on
the western railway one Sunday after-
I noon  not  long  ago.     The station is
about   twelve  miles  from  Paris.    Tbe
first-class  carriages   were  filled   with
first-class passengers when tbe train
| came  In,  and  a  gentleman  who  had
two  ladies  with  him,   held   up   the
stationmaster and protested.
"'Get into the guard's van,' said the
stationmaster. The passenger held
out three first-class tickets. The stationmaster   shrugged   his   shoulders.
'If you aie rich enough to travel first
you can afford a taxicab into Paris.'
"Without   knowing   lt,   the    station-
master  of  tbis  small  station of   the
Western   railroad   had   hit    upon    an
idea which is gaining ground.    In despair at   tlie  mismanagement  of  the
line a number of wealthy men in tbe
suburbs of Paris bave formed a syn-'
dicate,  and   are  endeavoring  to  push '
through parliament a law which shall i
permit   them   to   run  road   tramways I
from Paris to some ground now covered   by  the   Western   state  railway.
Tbis  action   may   or  may   not  be   of
use."
Could Not Bunco
This Man
Has No Use For Peddlers Selling
Worthless Medicines
A    TORONTO    OFFICE.
Es-
:
��� aci epted the cheque
.   i ��� .   ed
I.     |, enl   does  not  bind  it-
.   lowi st or any ten-i
which it is required, quarrying,
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
NOTICE.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA     MOUSE
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
B    o   ler,
i    DESROCHERS,
Secretary,
of   Public   Works,   Ot-
i    27, 1910.
v,pi   not   be   paid   for
US adverl    n.��� at   if  tbey  insert    it
-   irtty   from   tbe    depart-
���
"HON       SALE       OF       TIMBER
B^RTH   COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
- ,    .       to cut   timber  tinder   '!���
j.       :, Berth  No.  505. comprising
wing  huids In  the  Province
I. Ci lumbia,  will  be offered
[ ��� m at the upset price of
Incl tdlng cost of survey, at
P,   M.  on   Wednesday   the.
|_. ber next, at the off! te
ii Inion   Timber   Agent   at
;.���    ' ��� ���      ->ter:
Berth  No.  G35,  situated  In
nee   of   British   Columbia,
I. Section   28,  Township  39,
|". isl   Meridian,  containing
640 acres more or less, is
��� ���   plan of survey, signed by
I thall,  D,   L  B., surveyed
I. i, and of record in tho
B Grazing  Branch of tho :
|            ��� of the Interior.
" ���     ���    will   not   be   issued   until
I . imount    of    the   purchase
lv round rental for the
I i tve been paid.
of payment, rate or
I ��� '        re contained in the Tlm-
I ."tis, a copy of which may
��� .I'd otl application to the uu-
|c- :., | ot to the Crown Timbei'
| -a   Westminster.
P,  Q.  REYES,
Secretary.
i    -1 tober 12th, 1910.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
The Corporation of th.e City of New
Westminster has deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and In the otlice of the Registrar of
deeds for the Distiict of New Westminster, British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of
tbe proposed site for laying steel
pipe line or water main under the
north arm of the Fraser River in the
Province of British Columbia, and after one month from the flrst publication hereof will apply to the Governoi
in Council for approval there of.
1910. W, A. DUNCAN.
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation  of  the  City   of   New
DATED this Third day of October,
Westminster.
TUESDAY,  NOV.  8th
FIRST TIME  HERE.
The most, pretentious Musical Comedy offering tbis season.
Billy "Single" Clifford
And a Superb Company of Clever Artists.
ii
The Girl
The Man,
The Game
Messrs.   McConnell   &   Fergusson
tablish   New   Branch.
Manufacturers and others who are
studying tbe question of publicity will
be interested in the announcement
that Messrs. McConnell & Fergusson,
the well-known advertising agents of
London. Ontario, are opening an office in Toronto. They have secured
i suitable quarters in the new Lumsden
building, and it is understood will be
: ready for business in a few days. The
manager of the otlice will be Mr.
.lames Fisher, a well-known Toronto
advertising man. Mr. Fisher has a
wide acquaintance in the city and
province, and is splendidly equipped
for the work he is undertaking. For
the past four years he has been advertising manager of the Hugh C.
MacLean publications, while previously he was connected with the Toronto
ofllce of .mother advertising agency,
lie has also had valuable experience
in the editorial and advertising departments of a leading provincial
1 daily palter.
The  progress  of  the  McConnell   &
Fergusson  Agency has heen  marked.
\ About eight, years ago it was established in the city of London, the mem-
j hers of the firm being both young and
'aggressive Canadians.    Mr. .1. E. McConnell was for several years advertising manager for the MeClary Manufacturing   Co.,   and  in  that   capacity
Croorstairs, Ont.
National Drug Co. of Canada,
Limited.
Please read the following carefully,
"I was pestered last week with a travelling agent wbo said he had heard
tbat I was troubled with Rheumatism.
I told him I had lieen and he wanted to
sell me some other medicine. I answered
that I was taking GIN PILLS, the
only medicine tbat did me any good.
I told him that I had tried various
other medicines but none had done me
any good but GIN PILLS and that I
always kept a box in the house. GIN
PILLS have done me more good than
any other medicine I have ever taken.
You are at full liljerty to use this letter
for the benefit of all concerned."
Joseph Stevenson.
Don't lie imposed upon. Don't accept
substitutes. If your dealer won't supply
you with GIN PILLS, at the regular
handled with singular ability and sue- j retail price of 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50,
;. cess the appropriations of one of Can-i
|ada's  great  national  advertisers.   Mr.
M.  M. Fergusson  was sales manager j
! of one  of Canada's largest  domestic
'and   exporting   lithographing   houses,!
having successfully handled the sales
! end of the business, both ln the of- \
jfice and on the road in Canada and] correctTnYfenVaYe troubles.'' Thev purify
foieign markets. ! an,t enrich the blood, and help to build
tbe formation of tho
send direct to us. Sample box free if you
mention this paper, and money promptly
refunded if GIN PILLS do not give
relief. National Drug and Chemical
Co.   Dept. R. C.   Toronto. 68
Manga-Tone Blood and Nerve Tablets
are the best all round tonic for pale, thin
bloodless people, especially valuable for
endera addressed to the un-
ned, and endorsed  "Tender  tor
- and alterations to the  Pub-
Mi!'. . Nelson, B. C," wlll bo reeved ut tlds ofHce until 4.00 p.m. on
ionday, November 88, 1910, for   tho
'���     mentl med.
Plans, specification and form ofoon-
��H1 can be seen and forms of ten-
wean :- obtained at   this   depart-'
; '1 cation to the Caretaker,
Building, Nelson, B. C, and at
1 '   tfl ( Mr   Wm. Henderson, Re-
***���' hltect, Victoria, B. C.
tendering ure notified that
Isra will not  be considered unless
e printed  forms supplied.
,: '��� '   With     their  actual     si. na-
their occupations   and
���   Idences,     In  the  case of
tual signature, the nature
cupation,  and  place of  nsi
member ot   the   firm
mu t  b" act ompanie 1
I cl eque on a chartered
to  the     order    of    the
���     Minister    of    Public
���   - 1 to ten per cent. | LO p.c.l
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\Deau_y In
YourKik-hen
Have your kitc'ien appointments beautif-ii a well as
useful. It makes the housework easier and  , leas, nter,
Thii Chancellor Range
would be an ornament to the
most richly f imished hme
in the country.
And there is inst as much     g
Satisfaction .is there is beauty
in it
TlwGhattwIIor
\sn perfect buker. The divided flus spread? t.ic heat
evenly over the whole ov. 1.
It has broiler top, ash-door
guard, oven   thermometer���
if wanted,    patent grates and
11
I  of the    tender,    which
'��� ted if the person tender-
:;"   to   enter   into   a   contract
! upon  to do so, or  fall to
' ���  ' '��� work contracted tor.   if
'! be not accepted the cheque
u ned.
trtment does not bind Itself
': '   lowest or any tender,
ity order,
K  c. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
t Of  Public  Works.
Ottawa, October 27, 1010.
will  nol  be    paid    tor
'���nt  if they   Insert   it
, ,.' '; authority from   the   Depart-
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SANITARY    NOTICE. I
"���rn!!.- n,",l,lHh nnd garbage must be
Shop, '" ,,1(' foot of Sixteenth
U I,,,,.;""! fHto avenue, where It will
Alu. ""'��� by tho corporation.
.;ui,-_, 1""i��" ��r persona who dump
;���,., ',,,," '"' rubbish of nny kind on
!,:���. ';'"'' ��treet or avenue or on any
���111' 1 ;"'11" lot or public property
Villon. pro��WUted under the pro-
2! "' he Sanitary Bylaw.
1 ("',l��"-. S. .1. PEARCE,
Ciu ,. Sanitary Inspector.
best of all
The Oxford
Economizer
saves you 20 , of your coal.
There's no other range design
i��� the country which combines so much good taste
with BO much good sense and
good service.
Let us show you this Chan-
cullor, for your own sat.s-
factlon. We have a complete
Une of GurwyOxford Stoves
for all purposes and all kinds
#f fuel on display all the time.
It will give us pleasur: to
show them to you.
T. I. Trapp & Co.
681 Columba St.
Wednesday, Nov.
t    Since the formation of the agency
-Messrs, McConnell & Fergusson have
gathered  about them  a  complete  organization     of     skill    artists,     copywriters, etc.. and their services have
been   utilized   by    many    prominent
manufacturers.   A few of the concerns!
for whom they are now handling na-;
tional  campaigns are:    The  McClaryi
Manufacturing Co., London; Penman's!
limited, Paris; Western Canada Flour]
Mills   Co.,   Limited    (Purity    Flour)/
Winnipeg   and   Toronto;   T.   II.   Eata-
brooks  I Red Rose Tea), St. John. N.
1!., and Toronto; Frost & Wood, Lim-
1 ited   Smith's  Falls;   Metal  Shingle  &
'.Siding   Co.,    Limited,   Preston;    Stephen's   Faints,   Winnipeg;    Waterous
Engine Works Co., Brantford:  United
Soup  Co..   Montreal;   Brantford  Roofing Co., Brantford, etc.
A few years ago the firm opened an
j office in Winnipeg in charge of Mr. C.
O. Smith, a move wliich is said to
j have been of great advantage to them
in studying the Western Canada field
and keeping themselves and their
clients in close touch with conditions
Iin that great territory. The Toronto
I offlce will be another important link
In the chain, and the proximity of this
city to London will give the staff here]
up the whole system,
dealers.
5uc. a box at all
r
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
C. P. Walker Presents   Wm. Yule
and a Superb Company in
Shakespeare's
'Twelfth Night'
Prices:   $1.00, 75c, and 50c
Seats on Sale Tuesday, November 8, at McKenzle's Pharmacy.
LAUNDRY WORK
aJdone by us gives the utmost satisfaction. Ourequip-
the advantage of-active cc-operatton I jjjent IS modern.   The Latest
with the members of the firm, both of j
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean,   Economic,  Prompt.
White labor only employed
whom are already well known in To
ronto
Xews   It
Try a "Want" ad ln The
will "bring results.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
Mnda of cut flowers.   Phone R 308 **
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.    Return fare 50 cents. **
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
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WESTMINSTER    OPERA    MOUSE
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
John C. Slocum  Presents
THE   NEW   VIENNESE   COMIC   OF ERA   SUCCESS,
Direct   from   250   Nights   at  Cort  Theatre. Chicago.
ihe Kissing Gitf
WITH AN Md. STAR CAST AND ENSEMBLE OF 70.
"Brightly  Staged and  Blithely performed."
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL . .$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL   $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL |5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bb��-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
New Westminster.
Telephone SSS.
���Chicago Inter-Ocean.
ltU��
"Hasn't a RlBquo Line or Suggestive Situation."
Brlmful, of Amusing Dialogue and Clever Situations/'        ^^
-Chicago American..
THK CHORUS A SEMINARY OF FEMALE LOVELINESS.
BIG  AUGMENTED  ORCHESTRA
PRICES���$1.60, $1-00, 75c and 50c���Same us Vancouver.
BEAT SALK���Wednesday, November 9, at McKenzle's Pharmacy.
MAIL ORDERS NOW BEING TAKEN
FOR SALE
Forty Acres of choice land near Port Haney,
nearly all cleared. On main wagon read, convenient to C. P. R. and river. Line of proposed tramway runs through property. Soil is excellent and
cannot be surpassed for fruit raising.
Price $4500 for a Few Days Only
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialnt��l ii
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THE DA1LV NEWS.
FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER  ���
1910
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HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right orices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
NOW
is the time to buy a
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big winter
stock is now in from the best
makers. We have them at
a low price and we have a
kind we guarantee. We have
also Combination as well as
Fountain
Syringes
It will pay you to look ov-. r
our stock of Rubber Goods
on display in our show windows.   Try us for
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
Curtis Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
City News
Mrs.  T.   S.   Annandale  will  receive,
today and in future on the first Tuesday and Friday of the month.
Need a. messenger ?    Phone 104. **
Mis George Adams, of Twelfth
street', will receive the third Monday of this month for the first time
since returning from the south, and
thetsofter on thc third Monday of
each month.
Try a  Want  Ad,
will  bring results.
in the  Xews.     lt
The Central IW Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Harrilton St., or
Vans'one Heating and Plurr,bir>g Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools,  Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
The women's Auxiliary of St.
Andrews church will hold a tea and
candy demonstration iu the lecture
room of the church this afternoon. A
special invitation is issued to women.
but men with a sweet tooth will noi
be barred.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.    Return fare 50 cents. **
Delegates from all parts of tho
Fraser Valley, representing the different hoards of trade ln the districts,
will meet in the board of trade room
at the city hall at 2 o'clock this afternoon to discuss the propesed federation of the boards of trade of the
valley.    Mayor Lee will preside.
The seats for the Royal Welsh
Ladies' Choir opens this morning at
McKenzie's Drug Store. Opera House
next Monday.   / ***
James Evans of South Westminster
complained to the police yesterday
Chat his fishing boat, valued at $5".
had been stolen. This is only one
of numerous complaints that have
been received lately regarding thefts
of this kind and the police will make
strenuous efforts to find the culprits.
Now is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davles, the Florist.    Phone R208. **
The sum of $93.50 was yesterday
handed to Mrs. Greenwood, of Sixth
avenue, by Rev. C. W. Houghton, who
had collected this amount for the
purpose of purchasing a cow to replace one which died some days ago,
and on which Mrs. Greenwood and
family largely depended for their support. . The money was provided by
sympathizers and paid through the
Bank of Commerce.
Davies Green Houses Is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds ot cut flowers.   Phone R 208 **
The funeral of the late Henry W.
Bonson, of Port Haney. will take
place this afternoon under the auspices bf post Xo. I of the Native
Sons of B. C. The cortege will leave
Murchie's undertaking parlors about
3 o'clock, instead of an hour earlier,
as previously arranged, the change
being made in order to permit the attendance of a brother, Charles Bonson. of Spokane, who is expected to
arrive here on the afternoon train.
Have yo-i secured one of those
ci'artring houses on Eighth avenue,
close, to tbe car. If not, see the
British Canadian Securities, Ltd., at
once, as the terms are so very easy
they will soon be all sold. **
E. X. Sutherland and H. V. Ardagh
ha'e formed a partnership and will
conduct a real estate and stock
brokerage business in Xew Westminster and offlces have been secured in
the Guichon block. Both men have
had extensive banking experience and
nre It close touch with the real estate
situation, Mr. Sutherland having been
engaged in the business here for the
past year. Mr. Ardagh was formerly
manager of the Bank of Montreal at
High River, Alberta, previous to which
he had been on the staff of the same
bank ln New Westminster.
Try a "Want" ad In The News It
<vill bring results. ���*
Wiliam McHarrie. of Seattle, is applying for a lease of rive miles of the
bed of Lillooet  river, extending from
Ithe southwest post of Purcell's Hot
Spring ranch to a post planted on the
j east bank of the river at  the fifteen
: mile post on the Douglas wagon road.
I The intention of the applicant is to
dredge the river bed for gold.
The body of William Bernard, which
I was picked out of the river on Tues-
jday. was brought  to this city yesterday, where it was positively identified
by Bernard's wife and mother.   There
is no doubt that the man is the same
I one who fell, or was supposed to havo
fallen,  from   the  slip   at   the   foot   of
Tenth street one night' In September.
���There  was to have  been  an  Inquest
(here yesterday, but after the coroner's
jury  had viewed the body, tha hearing was adjourned until Saturday tit
two o'clock, in order to give the police
! time to gather  witnesses.    Tlie body
was buried  in    the    Douglas    stieet
cemetery.
Try a Want Ad. in the Xews. It
will bring results
The case of Snyder vs. the Great
Northern railway was called when the
court of assize convened yesterday
morning, but before any of the evidence was taken the lawyers on both
sides of the case got together and
agreed to a compromise, the railway
paying $2,000 damages. The plaintiff
was asking for $10,000. The suit was
brought by W. .1. Snyder on behalf of
his granddaughter, the child of George
L. Snyder, who was killed here hist
year, when a Great Northern engine
ran off the Westminster bridge. A.
H. McNeill, K. C, acted for the Great
Northern, and George E. Martin for
the plaintiff.
The Public
Supply Stores
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
Members of Post No. 4, Native Sons
of British Columbia, are requested
to meet at tbe K. of P. hall this afternoon for the purpose of attending the
funeral of our bite brother, Henry W.
Bonson. of Port Haney.
The cortege will leave Murch'e's
undertaking parlors af'er the arrlvH
of Cbiirles Bonson from Spokane,
about 3 p. m.
M.  J.  PHILLIPS.  Chief  Factor.
A.  E.   McCOLL.  Recording  Sec'y.
November 2, IfllO.
NOTICE.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE  DAILY  NEWS.
GET
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed for
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block,    ill Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
NOTICE TO REAL ESTATE
AGENTS��� My property facing on
tlie Yale and Town Line roads, ninf-
teen (19) acres, has been withdrawn from tlie  market.
S. O. PAULSEN.
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 farorable.   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
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 THESE   VVILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
ti lots on Second street.    Excellent view.    Streets on three sides
o^-ilM.   property.    $350  each.   Terms.
ft' 10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
li especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Wee $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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Go On Sale This Morning
Today's offering in  Dress Goods presents one of the greatest opportunities     to     Becure
Dress   Goods  ever   offered   in Now Westminster.    Tn the lot  placed    on    sale    are   Heavy  Horn* .*,,
*        wing   apuns
Tweeds, Astrakhans.  Nlggerheads, Plaids, Llghl and  Dark Strii.es. all  64   Inches  wide;        .   4..|ncu
Tweeds   in   Light   and   Dark colors. Checks, Fancy  Snipe-. Cheviots,   Serges.     Here   you
tenuis of every weight desirable, in all colors, suitable foi  women's   Coats,    Skirl .    butt?   and   (|
clothes���also a fine selection of fabrics adaptable for boys' requirements.    Lack of spact   h   ��� .  :,,,...
Goods Section necessitates drastic measures, and to rid stock of these  slow  sellers, cost 1       not beet
considered.     We   have   simply placed upon each piece a price that   will   make   them   pecull
hie to those who desire to economize, iind at the same time secure something serviceable,      i win do
well   to   choose   early.     All one price  today  and  clean.    Per yard       55.
New Arrivals Added to Our Showing of Net Waists
$3.75 to $5.95
At the price the newcomers are the best values yet shown in our Waist Section. It is but
n few days since the last shipment was received, and already sales indicate that shipments to follow will not be here in time to till
In the sizes sold out. If you desire a nice evening wais' there is something sure to please
you here. Black and White Ecru Net Waists
tn dozens of attractive styles, some are made
with handsomely embroidered yokes and guipure trimning���yet others trimmed with narrow bands of satin and Insertion. All made on
silk foundations of a nature to permit of their
washing without removing, All sizes. Each
$3.75,   $4.50 and $5.95.
Children' s   Reefer
Coats
$1.75 to $4.75
A line of
in price,
tbe mentl
net ter Co
way to thi
they coul
tell you
tbem und
Nicely bo
finished i
sizes on s
secure Im
$3.50   and
serviceable   Coats
Vou  cannot  Judge
m of tlie price. W
its   at   tbe   price
t or any store.    Y
I be made at the
because   we   do   m
see for yourself.
ind  with   braid,  b
nside and outside,
ale today.     Bring
mediate   choice.
$4.75.
exceptionally low
of  tli   q     Ity by
e say. I.- -.'. 1 k-er,that
never   found   tlieir
ou will wi -. ler how
price,    W'e  1 un I
it  know     Examine
Na1- y and .:��� i only.
ras8   butt n    -*������
Compleu     .ge -
the children in act
Each    $1.75,   $2.50,
New Velvets in the
Dress Goods Section
Just   received  pcrparoel  post  co::.pii ���,
shades in bright  and dark red. ae**  blue, ros
green,  brown, etc and black.    Silk Sergi   Unlni
and  Skinners Satin.    Hlack and Cream, 44-lncli
Silk    Serge Lining.     Per yard  $125
Skinners   Satin.    L'7 inch���Navy,    Brown,   Grei
Cream   aud   Black.     Per  yard $1.50
NEW   FALL   "BUTTERICK  FASHIONS"  AND   DELINEATORS   NOW ON SALE.    ASK TO SEE THE'.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
"Why should 1 give my cleaning and dyeing to the Royal
City in preference to all
others?" was a Question wo
once bad to answer. We didn't
tell, but showed why.
We are still serving that patron and will he glad to show
you. The best cleaning and dyeing works in th.e (ity.
G.  F.  BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.      345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne. PHONE 473
LYNE'S
Dew 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.
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   DAILY   NEW.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
New Westminster
Columbia Street
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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