BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Daily News Oct 28, 1910

Item Metadata

Download

Media
nwdn-1.0317271.pdf
Metadata
JSON: nwdn-1.0317271.json
JSON-LD: nwdn-1.0317271-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): nwdn-1.0317271-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: nwdn-1.0317271-rdf.json
Turtle: nwdn-1.0317271-turtle.txt
N-Triples: nwdn-1.0317271-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: nwdn-1.0317271-source.json
Full Text
nwdn-1.0317271-fulltext.txt
Citation
nwdn-1.0317271.ris

Full Text

 port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
���I
I
rA
\jmP'
,A
V
-otf-*
.. IS10
TYPtWRITERS
Sta n d a rd   M al**^' fiTQ^V.   J,
WHITE, SHILET&TCO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
/
vo
lume
N
UMBER 231.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
1910
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
S[S DEATH DUE  ��� kicks down liiiii. [CONVICTS REPEAT      ! DELTA WATER SYSTEM
10 NATURAL CAUSES mm m mm 8T|    BREAK FOR LIBERTY! iS WORRYING FARMERS
ary
i Child  Hit by  Mud Guard  Is Not Serb
Robert   Johnston:       ��usly  Hurt���Complaint  May  Be
^^^^ Laid   Arjainst  Chauffeur.
Did Not Die as Result of
Assault by Strikers.
.ttt<
' i iul thn c o'i loch yesterdaj afti
^____^^^^^^^H ;i   little   .1.1   I'.'-   the     na::..'
Kitchen   was  run  over hy
i,. i inquesl  held yet .,   ,nging
^^^^^^^ ���   u..in.i;"
!.. the Peoph  ��� 'i i ui
Prisoners  Make  Dash  For
Freedom at Court   House'
���Shot at and Captured.
A few i afte
'  ""'...  in the    poilce    coun   ,      ,,,..,     ori ,���      nbla .,,,���., i:, fron,  enced to an ad:lltional term
i.       '    ���       , [rcumetancea attend   0   ,  ,. tram offlc(
loo"1 l"t0 .,.   { Robert Johnston,    ���  0uslj  lnjure:l, bul sustaini I
I . rent-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ six
She was not seri-: i onths I to i    lape from
Complaints Concerning Methods of Council Voiced
at Public Meeting-.
Considerable     dissatisfaction     has
wtSTtRN wmwm     VICTORIA FIRE LOSS
18 RECOGNIZED IN EAST;      ^yy ** -. -\
George E. Martin Heard Much Talk ci
Westminster Lacrosse Tear,    in
His  Travels.
Spencer Will Conclu j Business in Driard Hotel ���
Walls Are Dvnar
jed.
The men In I he east i eall :e I hai
the lacrosse playeri in the ce it bell
will have to learn a dlffei enl ��� i
from the one they played al presenl If
'     manl.    ted  in   Delta  In connec-1^ ever"want w'lift the cup.   Such
��� ���
f�� "/ .T^nploved   at    S> ha.,1c     ^B   ankle.
1 '    ...,,ii,t   w.,s returnee
a sprain- the penitentiary.
tion v. H ii the manner   in which    the
laying down of the water system   Is
l
works,
., verdicl   was returm i       |   ,. ,.,,,   waa  \0. 707, and  was    a
lciith due to natural causes,  heavj touring car.   The drivi   ��� name
(   Bdduced showed con-  Ui,   Brooks,   The police were notified
     I     l,.,ll hAen        a      ...     ll. .���I/lor,t      ,,n#l      ln(V.,..,,..>l,��n     ������)!]
ral
lets, Kills,! proceeding     Re entlj   a  n eeting
Mullina and I" dd e terday made
mothei      Id i ei dom,
The i hn e men wi       eii ��� led from
the coui e wagon which
was to take I em bai k to the penitent lary, 'I he door on e east i ide
nt i he courl hou se, I In ough v. hieh the
prisoners  were being taken, ls more
���      '   !e,n h
[eel tbal     "
io gome
li.-    i.i eked al  the entran
ce
by
i iles  of debris  from   the  alterations
some i" ������*>���'   ��������� ������ ������  ���     ������    ���" -i    ���-   piie8  0f debris  ilom  the  alte
ad offered serious in- the accident  to the News yesterda:   v ,,..,, ...  ;i| presen) utuler wa
hat be nau ���>"������   ""._"�����" ���>.��!""���  : __*"   ;,"   ','"   ,*~ IC 1 Tu"       " I which are at present unuer way. Tak-
i���riMasa result of an assaull a   th    ...   ,.,...  Mr. , ������k Batd  tha   the ca    ,     advantage ,��� the confusion which
\   '. ���    ... and Lorne streets on  waB not  travelling raster .hrm eight        ^ ul|1.��� ,ii(.      raa ,au, ,he prla.
|    pvenlng of October 6 miles an hour, the; power being shut oners were com!ng through thls, Mul-
���he | room was crowded when  ,,-.    The ;ini,, g|ri and a sister who!
Captain Pittendrlgh, en
hlg geat, considerable in-
Tlic coi
the cori net ���
St^takenythe case by the
*-���������' """"I   '     ���..rlv
Uhlnlsts particularly.
Lawyers   Present.
ai' ompanied her ran from behind a B.
Iin   broke away  (rom   his  guard  ami
n   v,   a   . _ i_  ,i .,      f  .i .   .made  a   rush   ,lnwn   the  steps   in   the
( .    .. It. car In the path of the auto I ...        .    '       ...      .
and   was  knocked  down  by  the  mud
aml   hy   the   striking guard.
Tbe first  to reach the victim were
, Dr. Manchester and Mr. Cook, the lat-
��� ���       W   ('   McQuarrie con-   ter Jumping out of the machine befoie
Clty B_l nroceedings    in   the    In- it stopped.   The auto travelled only a
'������'������  '.".', ...rown  while. I. W. dell.  doz. n    yards    or    bo    before    being
!ref 'I  v  knht   watched the In-   broughl to a standstill.
'    ���"  ': .,'L machinists union. Ti.e little .i.i    was   taken   to her
;ereStS p.      witness   examined,   Dr. home on Tenth street.
The
The   inm    "..	
Eden Walker. w!io performed   the;
|] ,; portem examination.  gave  it   as
b
tlie
police  station  and   made  a  coin-
evidence    Mr.
lis opinion tha   death was caui d ^ ^.^ ^ ^.^
Tear! failure, the  result    of wnat   IS Assailant  Narred
I'       ;     l'7AY^,.Tscr   -���  '   c At this stage ot his
I   '   ���    '   ;i ,nu:rih^   ;   ,    ���      h ,-  whether Johnston had said he i og-
dy �� ;: ' 1" ;'      ,;.;,;ln on nlzed the men who had assaulted blm.
IW eXC    '        ">   ,!"'  *    ;  Y , '!      ," "He sai 1  Tom  Mutton  was the man
':   " "' Lhi^t   affection who klcke I him, and he described the
I            ":^" '"    "t     a     none   "i other ,.s a small, light, smooth faced
'   M   ;   ,       ,.   ib.   ��� chap," replied Mr. Schaake.
on the   body . could   law ,          evidence
���       ���   '  ult ot Trha^ been   rS ��es   saS Johnston had  si 1 him
-    '���    !M    ''    ��,   ",   '    s Injuries   Which   be   alle.ed   weie   tlte
n  a"\      , ,-     e    ear   had result of the assault he had sustained
���ath.   The mark over the tieaii "'^ll I,                                            ^^^^
the residi of East 1 ielta was held.
with li. E, I- ittson In the chair and
t.. ge Di ani., acting b ��� cretary, ihe
6 ill of the meeting being thai b
committee, consisting of John Oliver,
To i : ertson and Clnla Brown, was
appointed to thoroughly Investl ate
tia- woi k thai bad been done an i i e
port at a meeting to be held on November 2.
The Delta water system is for the
purpose of providing a pure and adequate water service to the resi lent.s
of that municipality. The water is to
be taken from the foot of the high
lands in section n and 12, township
4, and carried through wooden pipes
to its destination.
The complaint voiced Is that the
work has not been properly carried
out. several miles of trench having
been dug and left open so long that
the water has collected in and rendered the laying of the pipe practically
impossible until next summer. The
danger of a hard frosty winter hreak-
Ing down the trenches is giving the
fanner much concern.
The system was to cost $135,000, according to Engineer    Colonel    Tracy
wit-
direction   of   the   Westminster   Trust
building.   Ile was Immediately chased
by  two guards and caught before he
had  gone  more than  a  tew  yards.
Dodds Gets Away.
In  the meantime Guard  Imlah  had
been left in charge of Dodds and EIHb.
Doddt took his cue from  Mullin  and
made a dash, breaking away from his
guard.    He started up the grade    at
the rear of the court house and  ran
down  Carnarvon  street.    Imlah,  wiih
same  presence of  mind,    held    onto
ElllB  and drawing his revolver,  tyed
two shots after Dodds.   After the first
one Dodds dropped lo tbe ground, but,..... ,.���..   ��� _���__,._
In   a   second   be   was   up   again     and  expected  the  cost wlll  be over  $160,
away, running past the Russell hotel  000, and may reach $180,000. A charge
t awards Chinatown. I is also made that the council has not
In the excitement he got clear away  legally  secured    the    right    of    way
[for  the  time  being.    Two  men  were through   some  of  the  lands    through
sent  after    him    and  Warden    J.  ('.'which the pipes are heing laid.
Brown,   who   was  on   the   scene,  tele- 	
phoned to the pen for more men to INVASION   OF  ENGLAND.
continue    the    chase,    in tlie mean- 	
time,   the  other  two  prisoners  were American     Prizefighters    Will    Des
taken hack to the pen. I      cend on Old Country in Summer.
Recaptured Later. I    Milwaukee,  Wis..  Oct.   27.���H.   O
Is the satisfactory news bro u   I
from the cast   by George  E. Martin,
ol this city, who returned Wednesdaj
from a business trip to Ottawa.
The eastern sports all bow befon
the prowess of the Westminster team,
bul they have nol given up hope t_
Borne daj capturing the championship
trophy. In Ottawa there Is lol of Interest taken In coasl lacrosse, in fad
ibe New Westminster team Is one 01
the stable topics of conversation
there.
On his way borne from the easl Mr.
Martin spent a day in Chicago, wheie
he had the good fortune to witness
the fourth of the world's series bai e-
ball game between the Cubs and the
Athletics. This was the game thai
Chicago  won, and Mr.  Martin   states
Victoria, Oct. 27.���Fiien.en are still
pia; in" on the debt is piled among the
d i na nite.i walls of I be burned Governmenl treel block, while large
h rce of workmen are engagi d tear-
do ������ n ' e remaining walls,
: i iram e n en figui e thai two-thirds
of the total loss, estimated al about
a million and a quarter dollars, is
covered, scattered In ahout tbiny
con panles.
Many of the burned-out owners and
storekeepers are arranging to rebuild
at   oni e.
David Spencer & Co., the biggest
flrm In Victoria, have taken over the
Driard hotel and will convert the six
story hotel into a temporary department, store, and Henry Young & Co.
have  made  plans  for a larger build
ing on the same site
The Savannah   photographic gallery
- ��-    , ��� s lost 66,000 negatives,    including   the
that It seemed that pandemonium bad flm.B collection of public men.
-���'       l..���r,~      ��,.l,nn        , 'lil.-.^n       ur,r,,.n,l   1 t\Jf*******m*r
broken   loose   when    Chicago    scored
the winning run in the tenth inning
Plans have already heen prepared
for a new building for Spencer's big
husiness, on the site of the structure
Seats were selling as high as $li
each, and there were temporary I destroyed "by The "flre.
grandstands erected on buildings all I The Times building escaped destruc-
arotind the grounds. It ls estimated tlon ,llmost ,,,. ., mlraoie, but consider-
that almost  4o,iio(.i   people   saw   the able damage was done to the plant by
game.
,mm.m. I   ^ .1^1 .
Mr. Martin thought that the Chicago   j14 qqq
ans were good rooters, but he did not i     Manj
water.    The   building   is  insured   for
I know   whether or  not  they  had  any
thing on Xew Westminster when the
but   a  large  portion of this sum  has  BCOre got close in un important game j
already   been   appropriated  and  it  is with Vancouvei
firms whose premises were
destroyed lost all their books and
private papers.
The following premises were destroyed in the big fire in Victoria on
Wednesday evening:
On Government  street���
i    Skene Low. photographer.
Xew York.   Oct. 27.���Away   ofl   in |    John Wilson, architect.
New Zealand is ia man who thinks he      y_ j   ganders   broker,
has a right to a slice on  Manhattan!    pit-Reform  Wardrobe    store,    total
Island  worth at his estimate $16,700,-  iogs.
He  has  written  to lawyers  set-(     l;,ui(1  Spencer, dry    goods    depart
ment store, total loss.
Victoria   Book   &   Stationery.   Ltd.,
NEW  ZEALANDER CLAIMS
SLICE  OF  MANHATTAN
nnn. ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^
ting forth the nature of his claim and
\f . ���������  are  making  an  investigation.
Tills  man  who  hopes  to  come  Into   total loss.
.,-,.._ ..... ......... ,    wllnam poxaii, photographer
>juii.-i">^^^^^^^^^H     -     ,, .      m.  i..,.i i j p^n' t oi  t ni" ...aun   ne nnu k>����*."-������m*, i ..anturpd   Later. *���* nw a ui\ec.    ..*...
.   marh over the bear    bad    <s I Recapt ureaIt-    e Messer,  ot  this  city  has been  chosen  po88e88lo���  of  ,0 ...pp.g  like twenty
">"-"" ""'j:;.' dTatS    1   "ho "J!  ..,:..:. 'hlm in tb.. **��  ��ne l^iCestnS   ScKenlle'' c��- as representative of Hugh  Mcintosh \ lour biocks of Manhattan real estate
dtrectlj     attci "f''1''        '���..,....   ,|,o  machine shop. _      ;���,���,,, 1(>,i,i.'. u'.ui was hiding near thc. tc
Indulged  In  Intoxicants.
n   ester, the   next    witness
I, , ���,   |    he   had    seen    .lohn-
October T.    He  hai  treated
|        i  |.,    oua occasions, once when
 ,   ���
: im with reference   to   thel
| hydrosele from which he suffered
Wh, n iton ''idled at his office
on Octobet   7   be complained  to nun
I that he bad been bothered by strikers
called       Bcab" and other names, and
gem mo ested,    He also referred
een assaulted on the even-
.    6 and said Mr. Schaake
ms not a mark ot very long standing. n"".������ *...-	
I    . tlons  found  on  the  body      According   to deceased,    when    ha
rose'from  whal  were    natural  wen1 to the police station he wns tol.1
rauses aa   opi   sed   to  any   marks   of   be would have to swear out a warrant
before anything could be done. Two
ladies bad witnessed the assault, but
these  were  strangers to .lohnston.
Replying to a question Mr. Schaake
said   that   no    information     was    laid
Bgainsl   Hut ton  by himself.    Ile was
he bad    sought    a prescription    forIflrs1  'l>i,"t; "' *atl,er "T1*6"^-   ,W:'
-ipiose.llv    for    his sister in-   ',:,f'   lli,(1   n"     ,(;as0,n     ,0    �����*���'�����
111     ! ���       .I  .'and .lohnston to be ���!���<'''"��"����� when the latter told bi .. ..e
rest talker. Deceased bad s night ad- h'"1 hvi'n "'"'e Police etation,
- -- ��..��� Questioned by Mr. McQtiarrr, Mr.
Schaake denied knowledge of the fact
that Johnston had been drinking at
the Holbrook hotel on the evening of
the alleged assault.
In reply to a query by Mr. Fan-is.
Mr.  Schaake said .lohnston    informed
him the injuries from  which he was
suffeilng were caused by the kicks he
' had   received.     From     tbe    evidence
."Ti&^o was hiding.EarttE to  arrang.   for  ,  party  of  American   lnvv  all  bulu  ,lp    und  pa^ng
tured   Dodds. who was hiding ne.ll     l. '     i,,,.,,,,.     l.-���.,land   this   win- .,,,,.,,,. nrt��   i�� Horatio Kriwards
argi
Royal City stables. He was taken fighters to invade England this win
back to tiie pen. When captured he ter. The following offers have been
still bad un liis prison clothes, but lured to various [HtgUtatfi for these
had managed to tid himself of one of [fights:
Ids handcuffs. Al.   Kaufman  is offered  $15,000 for
lhe men at the time of the escape  four  fights, or HO per cent of the re-
were not Ironed, as they had to walkjceipts
some distance    before    entering
the      Packey  McFarland is offered  $5000
dividends, is Horatio Edwards, of East .
Hlnchley,  X. Z.    He  asserts that he   t0j;l] i0?s
is  the  heir of one  Robert  Edwards
W. 11. Langley, banister.
Charlton's ten-cent store.
Finch   &   Finch,  men's  furnishings.
who. be says, came to Xew York
when a boy and by middle age ha!
bought about sixty-five acres of marsh
land in the central part of New
York. He later lease! this property
to the colonial government, it is said.
on a term of ninety-nine years. It
appears to have been sub-leased by
the government, the claim adds, and
wagon and had to climb the steps into' for two tights, or a 30 per cent share,
the wagon. Frank    Klaus,   of   Pittsburg,   is   of-
The excite"cut happened about Blx fered $5000 for three lights, or 25 per
o'clock  in tb<   evening after a  rather'cent of the receipts. |lne Kovei-UUJ
quiet  day at  t ie court, the first  day J    Ad   Wolgast   is   offered   $5000   forlflnally disposed of'"v Vbose in "posset
of the Westminster fall assizes. leach contest, with the option of a 30 sion_'       ' ��� e '" 'J0Saes.
The three convicts had occupied the'per cent, share of the receipts.
attention   of   the  court   all   afternoon      Kaufman   may   meet  Jack   Johnson
and bad all been found guilty by the  under  this  agreement,
jury    of    attempted    escape.    Judge
Murphy sentenced each of them to a.
��� TWENTY-THREE   SAY   "NO."
given by the  medical    men    it    was
.,.���..���.���...         ..    questions ;��rohiible deCeased    had    misinformed
Johnati n told him the hydrocele was
���'
to  find out   who  was  rein   answer    to
him.
an old trouble with him and was not Daiiy News Produced.
ol   the  recent  assault. Mr   Fan-is at  this stage produce.! a
The marks on   the body.   Dr. Man- c0���y 0f yesterday    mornings   uauy
i ��� ter   aid  were plainly produced by NeW8 Hnd asked Mr. Schaake whetnei
iiken In the    attempt    to (hf,   a,.,ioie   referring   to   Johnstons
.   him at the hospital  when (,(,ith W;1S inspired, by him.
. idenly failed. -l ��������� not responsible for wnat nas
I.   H.   Jones  declared   he   first ftp,         ���   ���-   -i.~  -��'"   renlied   the
'���BT'there  are  certain   statements
six months terms to run concurrently
with the ones they are now serving.
Laxity, Declares Jury.
The jury in bringing in their verdict on the case of Dodds, adiied n
i i ler, stating that from the evidence
it would seem that there was some
laxity in tbe prison government.
TO   TAKE   MAYOR   TO  TASK
Williams'  drug store.
j    Koyal Bank.
Total destruction of premises was
visited on the occupants of the Fort
street side of the block as follows:
Five Sisters block.
Royal Bank.
A. W. Jones, real estate office.
C. H. Smith,    picture   framer   and
photographer.
Woodward's  florist  store.
Western  Union Telegraph office.
The upper floors of the Five Sisters
block were  occupied  by  E.  Watkins.
architect:   .Mason ii  Mann, solicitors.;
Aroused  Th0Inas ,,   Ho0[je,. ,.rchltect: H. Dier,
dentist:   W.   W.  Crime,  real    estate;
les   fie dared   lie   first   ,^,^.',',.^1   [n   the  paper,
��� ised on Monday of this week, |wjtness.
called at his office and com
Find Vast Coal  Beds in  Chile.
Valparaiso,  Chile.   Oct.   27.���As  the
result   of  borings  in  the  district
of
Citizens    of    Kansas    Town
Over   His  Actions. r
  Topeka.  Kas., Oct   27.-A meeting QavlTBum���,"roaT*��t.te*;"T; D. Led
"  Mh     j     ...   ,  "f (7,Izens '�� Protect  "gainst the in- ��� architect:   W.   Kocheford,   arehF
Every  Young  Woman  Who:  Is Asked    erviews and actions of Mayor BU ard  tect.    Walter  M     Woodburn.    agent
to Wed Cdllefllan Declines. , has   been   called    for    next    Friday. Vancouver  Island  Flre  Underwriter*
Minneapolis, M nn., Oct. 87 - Mai- night A committee of ten business I a8SOclatlon; w, R. Marsh. R. ���. Mo.
rlage Is not popular among the young men issued the call for the gathering. M1���an an(] mlmber of roomers who
women ot Minnesota In.vers.ty s toi- Objections to Mayor Bl ard are based , ��� ,md Btud|     on th
lege of Agriculture, in the opinion of  on  an  interview  recently credited  to  fi00r
Herman Brown.    He   proposed    mar- him in which be was quoted as saying,        ���   ,0SB Qn Broad gtreet , f
twenty-three   young   women  90 per eent. of the    residents   of the  iow_.
'    """   *'  'r"^a   Hrnnk'  nn'1  ,hat   Dr��-      W.R. Bownass, hardware store and
office building.
Howard Potts, J. L. Skene, E. C. B.
rC   lSavWS'Sed twenty-ihree  cit    of  Topeka  drank  and  that  pro
in one dav, and leceneu |hihition  was proluctive of low    rea.
refuBals-   , ,,.   nrown admits 'estate   rentals   and   prices   and   busl-
Hls early proposals .Brown aamiis. | enaw n kenbacher, a business
eplied  the JTatcahuano
discovered
beds will j
,vn admits.! estate   renrais   aim   iim���   *****    \    Howara runs, j. ���-.��� u��v...v,
une    with ness.    W. J. Rickenhacher, a husiness  Bagshawe, Plummer & Rldeout. Coatsr
 i     s^   ���i,n-,,.,-,-,nr,   nf   the   committee   ,. n,-r.   ,-q..i  oatate offices.
chairman   of   the   committee
; I  sufterin_ 	
lie   was   then   under   the
of  liquor.    Johnston    i om
���   it he had been assaulted on
the ��� : the Scottish concert on I
:  pret mus occasion at  Sap-
lohnston did    not    attribute
to the assault, but bellflve I
li ei ������ l his condltl m Tbe nexl
Lines saw his patieii:  was at
the i      i Columbian hosi Ital on Wi d-
' ..ii he starts I giving him
n . >thetlc,    lie  had  taken  very
roform when bis heart fall-
He   bad   not   then   received
naesthetlc to affect him    i>.
1 ��� ai emi t to recussltate the man hot
'���'������������''������    bottles   and    hot    towels    were
'' ' ''���    The 'nnu on ihe body was p;ob-
ise i by a hot towel.   Nothing
"    I have saved the man's life after
1 Is I earl stop] ed,    He suffered from
��� aeration.
\   i.. McQuarrie. partner of tha
ptevlous     witness,     eoroboratel   Dr,
"'��� iilence in thr
from a chronic I ln there attributed to you
inter
i  did  not   word  the  article
i upted  Mr. Schaake.
"Did you see any of the doctors in-
terestel before you spoke for publication," persisted the lawyer,
"No,"   was   l lie  answer.
"Then yon had no report last night
as to what actually caused Johnston's
death?" was the next question,
This    was    also    answcied    in    thel
negat 11 e
"Is this Interview with you a correal rfeport of what vim said yesterday "
iarge coal beds have been! werei  crude   but., ^ . '^.^       .oincn   man.  ���	
lt l8 estimated that   the practice   \ he ea. tne .^   noou which  is arranging the  meeting.    It
ield   LB0, ,000 tons. SJ^at him, not one laughed after  will be open to everyone.
^FlSnoHhe   twenty-three   were\FEVER PATIENT KILLED
No Referendum on Bible Lessons.
Melbourne. Oct. '.7.���A proposal to
lake a referendum on the question of
whether Bible lessons should be given
In the state schools has been rejected
bv the Victoria assembly.
sympathetic In their refusals, and six
offered to regard him with a sisterly
affection.    Two sai.l they thought he
BY  FALL  FROM   BED
Walla  Walla.  Wash.. Oct.  27.���Fall-
Hargreave, real estate offices.'
D. Spencer & Co., premises running:
through  from  Government  street.
Times newspaper.
S. Linklater, tailor.
The Driard   hotel  is damaged  to the
extent of .10.000.
EMBEZZLEMENT.
���
���
"Part of the Interview Is right, but j ���
1 wlll not swear that those are the', *
words I  used," rei lied the witness.       '���
"N'o, i do nol repudiate the interview in its entirety.    I an not   responsible for the construction plit up-!
on anything I may ^^^ ...,���._ I
ever."
*****************
*
Sunday Work  Permitted.
Winnipeg,   Oct.   27.-A   de- ��� ���
dBlon   Of  the   railway  commis- ���  *
���lon was announced today by * *
which theC. 1". !!��� 18 permitted ��� ���
must be crazy, and one cruelly asked  ing from the bed where she had lain
if  he  was  proposing on  a  bet.    Tlie  sick with typhoid fever since Septem-
proposuls  were  made  as  a  condition  her S.  Mrs.  A.  F. Ford, of this city,' l^p^g^lB         ^^^^^^^m
precedent  to the    admission    of    thel was instantly  killed  last  night.    Her   Reno City Clerk Accused of Misnppro-
young man Into the Agricultural Club,  daughter,  worn  out  with  watching  al priating $7890���Out on Bail.
  the  bedside  of  her  sick   mother,  had |     Reno, New, Oct. 27.-11. lv Christi<��.
rSa*\a*a**\*%***a%***a*t,****  Bone   ^��   an   !lt'���iolnii1"   r"onl   fi)r   il   "'">'   clerk,   was   placed   under   arrest
^ *********** * * * * *^ Qap  tlle fever patient appearing to be  today on a charge of having embeulefl
^^**a*^**a******************V! �� Q11
have
said,    bow-
to handle freight on Sundays
from passenger steamers at
Fort William and Owen Sound.
The   Lord's   Day   Alliance   Will
appeal.
* ���
* *
* *
* *
* *
Footbnll Player Dead.
Ithaca. N. V. Oct. 27.���L. B.
Paine, of Duluth. acting captain
of tbe Cornell freshmen football team, died at the Cornell
infirmary tonight from supposed internal injuries receive!
while playing football,
nap. the fever patient appearing ia�� uC    .,.      . .
* as'eep anl  resti.' ; comfortably.    She  city funds amounting to 17890.
* was awakened by the noise of her j The defalcations were discovered
mother's fall and in on rushing Into on Monday after an Investigation foV
the room found her dead on the floor. , lowing the  failure of    the    clerk    to
. '"��".��ni    rbiiRiie ha.5 beea
���l
��� >
to
the News, you
1   '    evidence In the main.   Me gave  lll|ll0M wa8 to be up before
il m an order to enter the    hos-.     p. 1(���,.1V ,��� answer to a cnaige
",tal    i.nd    was    presenl     when    the'.'..    .,.......,������ ,nmarbed Mr. ran '���
anaesthetic was administered, The
' "roform was admlniBtered gradual-
ly and the amounl taken was not, In
Inion  siil'fli'ient   to  cause  death.
Mr.  Schaake's   Evidence.
, i:  Bchaake, manager of the Schaake i
Machine  works and  employer of  the.
 tl,  was the  nexl   man  to take
At  the time you were speaking t
knew  that    this    man
the  as-
____
intimidation," remarked Mr, Fan-is
"Yes, I was aware of that."
This concluded   Mr,   Schaake's    evidence.    I!e was nol  asked to specify
any   pint ion  or  the  Interview    which
might be Incorrect,
Strikebreakers'  Stories.
Mack Hiown, the next witness call-
f the  men  now  employed
lis  evidence  did  not
the
****************
*****************
Siamese Coronation on November 11.
Bangkok, Siam, Oct. L'7.���The coronation of Crown Prince Mahi Vaji-
ravudh as King of Siam, in succession
to   his   father,   tbe   late     King   Clinl-
i make a settlement.   Chiistle ha.3 bee*
! released on   .10,000 bail.
Or.  Shaw  Res'gns.
Montreal   Oct. 27.���Rev.  Dr. Shaw
to   ms   tatnei mc   ,.i.v     ....... todav announce 1 his resignation from
a ong'orn, will take place on Novem-  ...   ;      ���,.     .    .    .      ,,
ber 11.   The prince Is in his thirtieth', Uesle>' Theological college.
*���  .
ed.  Is one
1      Hint.    The  storv   Johnston  said been  mentioned.               .in0,l,e.     r.ia-
ibstantlally, that he had been Thomai Mills uw..*,                John_
M'!   ipon and pummelled and kicked Cblnl��t, mf�����?ah,��� J Deceased told
!':' too men at the comer of Lome Bt0n lived with him.
',ml Agneg street about half past ten hlin
"Cock  on   Wednesday   evening.    He I	
"t'" s;ld be g0t up and proceeded to
on October    5,  between    eleven
(Continued on Page Five.)
TIME IS GETTING SHORT
It is time to place your name on the voters' list
if $pu intend to vote at the forthcoming civic election.   You cannot vote unless you are registered.
The Qualifications :
Being a British Subject of the full age of twenty-one years.
Residence in the city for the past six months.
Payment of an annual rental of $100.
The Place To Register :
City Clerk's office, city hall.   Office hours 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
year, having been born on January 1,
1881. He was educated in England.
Bight years ago be visited the l'nited
I States.
To Start Methodist University.
Sackvllle. N. B��� Oct. 21.���Dr. Andrews, dean of science faculty at Mount
Allison university, left for Regina today to establish a Methodist university In that city.
Guilty, Must Hang.
Lethbrldge, Oct. 21.���Wasil Chopa-
tor was found guilty today of murdering Alexander Lasaruk In the suburb*
of Lethbridge. He will be hanged o��
December 15.
  Winter In  Manitoba.
bonty, an eigiu-. en.-u.u *,*...*,���. ���~, .. j Winnipeg, Oct. 27.���Today the Ilrtit
Haversham, put a cartridge In his real touch of winter Is felt, with a
mouth yesterday and began biting on, fierce north wind and decidedly chilly
it. The cartridge exploded and the atmosphere. Last night the first am��w
boy fell dead, the bullet having gone flurry made It appearance and light
upward through the brain. Bnow ls falling tonight at Brandon.
First Overland Stage.
Dawson, Oct. 21.��� l'he    drst    overland stage of the season from White
I Horse arrived yesterdav, making    the
I trip in seven days    without interrup-
'tion.    Weekly service wlll    be    continued   now   until    crossings     freeze
when service will be more frequent.
Chewing Cartridge Is Fatal.
Nyack, N. H., Oct. 27.���Joseph   De
bonty, an eight-year-old school boy of i
liiiiii
���iif; >
!;t{! I
I
���
"*
&
tot
ft
*.
������a
Sl
i-
k
i
.-I
;
PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2*
Classified Advertisements !^ALJ?5IAI5
wanted. | THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
��-~~~~~~-~--~ v ~~      ~" I Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St
WANTKD���A   CHILDREN'S   NURSE New Westminster, B. C.
fur   lour   months,     Apply   Mrs.
Jones,  is Royal avenue.
Branch Office
Kamloops. B.C
PORT MANN
\V \ NT ED       HY     EXPERIENCED
waitress, dining room work.   Apily TEN   acres   In   section   27,   blocks
"S.," Dally  News office.
i    north, range - west, adjoining   the
1     townsite. Price $1000 per acre; one-
WANTED TO RENT���COTTAGE OR     quarter cash!
apartment by young couple; careful   ������ ���        ���    -    ���    -
State    rent       and       con-! TEN    acres   in   section   35,   block   5
Address    Hox    7, Daily'    north, range 2 west   Price $650 per
tenants,
voni ences.
> e w s.
acre;  one third cash.
WANTED���DRESSMAKING   BY   Till:   SIXTY  acres on Townline road, close
da.     Miss Kilian, 624 Hamilton st.     to townsite.    Price $500   per acre;
__\ ��� ��� !    one-third cash,    balance   one, two,
three an.l  four years.
ENGLISHWOMAN WOULD LIKEI
housework, days or half days. Address D. Dally News,
EIGHTY acres on Yale road In northeast    quarter   of section   24, town
sliip
Price $200 per acre;  $5000
MAHOMET TO BLAME
EOR CHOLERA PLAGUE
Prophet Really Responsible
For Annual Visitation of
Scourge, Says Dr. Huber.
WANTKD ��� DINING    ROOM   GIRL.
Apply Kings Hotel,      ______
WANTED-BY YOUNG LADY, SITU- SURREY
ation as clerk in stoie.    Address L;TEN   acres of  good   land,    all     under
S., Daily .News.  cultivation , three   quarters   of   al
������"���' ~~    ;   ... .,, . ..     7Z\ mile    from  B. ('.  1".  R,  train    line.
WANTED-A   VOl NG   WOMAN    Al j prlce ,.,.,- acre;  $-(1(| .^ ba, I
once; good wages to the_ right pei- ance over Bls    mr8,    Don't    mlBg
son.    Apply  Koyal  City
dvi
Kef.
5-A.
IM-  '
WANTKD--SMALL      RANCH
proved, with  buildings, In the vie
Inlty  of  New   Westminster
particulars to Vancouver  Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
BURNABY
Fn'.l [TWO lots. 50x132 feet each, close to
car line, Price $400 each; one-
eighth  cash, balance over eighteen
months.
W A N T E D ��� HOU S E K E E PINO
rooms  for  married    couple.    Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A G1KL FOK GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  11*5  Third avenue.
FOR  SALE.
TOR SALE���BUGGY,  FIRST  CLASS
condition; steel tires. Address "C,"
Dally News office.
BOR     SALE���CHOICE     OF     TWO
cows; splendid milkers; just
calved; also three pigs. Chanticler
Farm, Westminster .Junction.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD,
T. H. McCormick,
Manager  Real   Estate  Dept.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Fire,   Life,   Accident   and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia  Street.    Phone  680.
JDK SALE���ON EASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 270, City.
FOK SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, $700 per acre for
this month $1500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOK SALE���CASH REGISTER, IS
inches wide, double key board, flrst
class condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Reid, Columbia street, next to
tram office.
DELTA.
ONE   HUNDRED   acres    improved    in]
Delta;  $11,000 cash, or $14,000, one-1
half cash.
SURREY.
EIGHTY acres   improved   in   Surrey,
two   miles   from   tram; unimproved
land  across the  road sold  for $100
per acre;  $4500 cash.
SEVEN and one-half acres in Kennedy subdivision, one-half mile from
Kennedy Station; $1S00; cash takes
this.
TWENTY acres in section 30, township 2, facing on Scott road; only a
few yards from tram. 207 per acre;
good terms.
FOK BALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE, CITY.
nearly new, electric light, half min-j CLEARED    corner    lot    on     Fourth
ute to car.    Price $1500, cash $300. j    avenue    and    Tentli    street;    price
balance $20 per month.    Box W. S., I    $1300.
Daily News. ���,_   , " ~ 77 "-
' SIX   lots  on   Fourteenth  street;   price
FOR  SALE OR  RENT   BY  OWNER. $3000;   good terms.
seven room modern house on Fourth   ������	
street.    Apply on  premises  for par- 8IX   r����med  house  and two    lots    on
ticulars. or 512 Fourth street, New Lclth sticet' hnth lo,s cleared, good
Wesfmins'er   R   C orchid:  immediate possession. Price
  $2400; $800 cash.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
THREE    lots   corner    Twe'fth    street
and  Tenth avenue;   price $2300.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, NEW-j	
lv   furnished,   first-class   board;    alii T^  LOAN.
home cooking.    Terms very reason-!*3000 t0  loan  on  city  property at    8
able, at 613 Agnes street. i    lcr cent'
TO RENT���A  LARGE FRONT BED-
room, furnished. Apply Arrow Press.
609 Victoria street, near Daily
News.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FUKN-
ished front bedroom, suitable for
two gentlemen. Apply Box J. S.,
Daily News.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
��D��tr 713  Tr��w street-
BOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
���rreet
70 LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
���"���nlnr". 1.    ��fr_At   unr\  fMftrlcsnn
TO RENT -- FURNISHED BED
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
E p. m, at Room 14. H*3 Columbia
���tre^t.
LOST.
LOST���BUNCH OP KEYS.    FINDER
1 lease return to tlie Daily News
office.
LOST���A GENTLEMAN'S SOLI-
taire diamond ring in  g ild Betting,
hetween Queens Ave., down Eighth
St. and along Columbia St. to the
Westminster Club. Finder please
return to Daily News ollice and re-
'.eivu suitable reward.
LUST ��� WHITE SETTER DOC.
black patch over eye and black
spots over body.   AnBwera to name
of fount Fritz. Any person harboring rime after this notice will be
prosecuted. Finder please return to
J. .1. Cambridge. Fourth street.
KELLINGTON BROS.
: Fire,   Life,   Accident   and   Automobile
Insurance.
'Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia  Street.    Phone 680.
NOTICE   TO  TENDERS.
Tenders are invited up to November
5, 1910, for the purchase of any of the
following lots; Subdivisions 30, 31, 32,
133 and 34, lots 4 and 5, subdivision ll[
Twelfth street, city.
Address with terms, Executor, care
j Daily News, City.
|NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-
TRICT.
District of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B, C, occupation
iteal estate dealer, intend to apply for
[permission  to purchase the following
des irlbed lanls:
Commencing   at     a     post     planted
���about twenty chains north  from    the
southwest   corner  of    Timber    Lease
38769,   Tezada   Island,    thence    west
I eighty  chains, thence    south    eighty
.chains,  thence    east    eighty    chains,
thence north eighty cliains to point, of
commencement,  containing fiio acres
j more or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
Vancouver, B. ('., September 6, 1010.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
LOST ��� PAIR   SILVER    HANDLED
scissors, on Sixth street, between
Third avenue and Carnarvon street.
Finder please return to Mrs. a L.
Lavery.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building  Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and  Modem Building Construction.   Telephone 806,
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NeW   WESTMINSTER.
Try a Wanl Ad.
;:: ! :-... vt .* its,
In the News.     It
Loc.il Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20, of the Local
Improvement General By-law, 1000,
notice is hereby given that the Assess-
'iient Roll for lo-ai improvements on
���he following streets, viz.: Alexander
street, Church street, McKenzie street,
Clarkson street from Begbie to sixth
streets, Sixth street from Columbia
street to Koyal avenue. Lorne street,
from Columbia to Clarkson, Kegie St.,
Henley street from Eighth avenue to
London street; is open for Inspection
at the office of the Assessment Commissioner in the City Hall, New Westminster, Hritish Columbia, nnd In case
the owner or any person Interested in
any of the properties Included therein
desires to appeal from such Assess-
I'ont he should within the period of
eleven (11) days from the first publication nf this notice give notice to
ihe undersigned in writing ot his ln-
tentlon  to appeal.
Dated this 18th day of October, A.D.
duo.
V.   \. llfVCAN. City Clerk.
Date of tlrst publication October 19,
1910.
We can blame Mahomet for cholera,
says Dr. lohn Dessner Huber, writing
in the American Review of Reviews,
for, all hough the prophet is not suspected of having Invented the disease,
lie Is responsible for it becoming an
annual plague. The groat mistake attributed to Mahomet Is that bis he-
gira took place in tlie summer instead
of the  winter.
llis followers ever since have chosen the same month toi making their
annual pilgrimage to .Mecca, where
they revere his memory, bathe promiscuously in the holy wells of the city,
ami depart to carry disease to ail
parts of the world. .Mecca appears to
be the worlds great clearing house
for infectious disease. .Mahometans
arc blind fatalists, who know nothing
and care nothing about sanitary precaution.-.. No doubt they would not be
willing desist from bathing in a holy I
well, con if they knew the penalty
were cholera. They would think It
impious to seek to escape from the ;
disease so honorably contracted. Their
ideas on this subject may be held directly responsible for the deaths ofl
millions of people who have perished '
from cholera.
Russia  is a  cholera  country  chiefly
because   Russia is  the  most  Ignorant
of   European  countries.      lf  all   the
cholera   now   in   the   Russian  empire
were  to  be  suddenly   transported  toi
Manchester, or  New  York, tliose who
were already stricken might succumb,
but there would be no further spread i
of the disease, and next year it woul.l !
be  scarcer  than  typhoid   fever.    The j
disease   enters   the   country   chiefly |
through Odessa, which is a famous re-j
ceiving  port,  receiving and  dlscharg-;
ing thousands of  Mahomedans every !
month.    It works it way up the north-
erly flowing rivers, and finally reaches !
St.   Petersburg  and   the   Baltic.       At
St. Petersburg it finds environment as
perfect as at its home in Mecca. The
drinking   water  is   vile,   sewage   con-!
lamination makes It almost poisonous,
and if there are a dozen cholera cases j
in the city, it is certain that within a
month there will he an epidemic. Yet
Dr.   Huber  says   that   there   has   not
been a death in St. Petersburg from
Cholera that was not an unnecessary
death..    Close to thc city  in  the surrounding   hills   is   a 'lake   of  as  good
water as can be had In Lake Superior.
To build an aqueduct and carry it to
the  city  would  cost a  trifle  in  comparison with what impure water costs
St.  Petersburg, but apparently  it  has
not occurre.l to any Russian to get tiie
work done. ***
Cholera is net an air-borne infection. There is no danger from heing
in the vicinity of cholera cases, us
there is in smallpox. There would he
no danger In sleeping with a patient,
If one simple precaution weie taken,
namely that of taking no food with
wliich. he had come Into contact
There is only one way in which the
cholera vibrio can enter the system,
and that is through tiie mouth, lt i.s
exclusively an ingestion infection, and
as long as no excretion from a cholera patient find their way into the
mouth of a non-cholera subject, he
will never contract the disease. To
avoid swallowing cholera would appeal to be an easy task, and but for
the house tly it would he as easy as
it looks, but the fly must be excluded
from the sick room or it will he almost Impossible to keep it from the
carrying the vibrio to food eaten by
healthy persons, with the result that
they are certain to become Infected.
Some Immune to Cholera.
There Is a great similarity between colera and typhoid In many
ways, and unfortunately one of the
common peculiarities is that the
germs do not always declare themselves. In other words, if is possible
for one to be a carrier of both diseases and never be ill himself. It is
this feature that makes quarantine
regulations insisted on hy quarantine
authorities .to the effect that steerage passengers from all parts of Russia who desire to emigrate to the
United States must remain in quarantine at some European port, for six
I days. If the disease has not mani-
I fested itself in that time, Ii is assumed thai it does not exist, and the
'aspects are permitted to take passage,
; This process does not guard against
the cholera-carrier, who is so fortunate as to be unaware that he is infected. This feature of the disease no
doubt explains whv the most rigid
I quarantine regulations have sometimes failed to check Cue spread of
the disease.
To be absolutely safe il would be
necessary to forbid all imini. nti in
from suspected pons for tho time being, ani no doubt if public alarm over
jthe present epidemic continues some
such drastic measures may he taken.
i Practically all the cholera that now
I reaches Europe comes from Russia,
; although from .Mecca fo Marseilles dl-
I reet was the route of the terrible
scourge of ISSf). In which Spain alone
had 120,000 deaths, but Europe now
would feel competent to deal with all
cases that did not come by way of
Kussla. There is good reason, therefore why Russia should be held responsible by thc lest of Europe for
the disease, and if intercourse between Russia and the rest of the
civilized world were suspended for a
few months, the government might
think it worth while to make St. Petersburg a modern city as regards sanitation. Life i.s cheap in the czar's
domain, and the people appear to be
fatalists, who refer casually to cholera as "our Asiatic guest." and expect.
Confidently to see It reappear every
spring, when the warm weather en-
do   s ;'e vibrio ���.-���'..'.< :r.?.'.' :...:.: '.'.~.c.
Iplt miw-^rz*-
\fe ��__& Hi ft '��M ktorxfV
AND [EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
A T
665���Columbia   Street���-|
I ���"��-665
New Westminster, B.C,
l*_\XSS
L,
The "AUTO" Overcoat is
not confined to Automobilists
You'll see it wherever gentlemen meet. Designed
primarily for protection, thc "AUTO" has quickly
caught the fancy of the younger set for every clay
wear.
There's almost a military air about the "AUTO"
that lends dignity and distinction lo the wearer.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters I
Manufactured  hy
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C,
Telephone  R  113. Office:  Princess StI
M FIT- Ik
REFORMS
Made of imported Scotch and
Irish Tweeds that are in perfect
harmony with the style.
$20. to $30.
12s
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
THE
Bankof Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to clo so, may
now he ready to;open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
lange and strong banking organization.
Interest is  paid  on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.
n,��siness   Accounts   opened
oa lavorable   terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETSi:$48,OOO.O00
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for  Paving Third Street.
Tlie corporation invite* tenders
from street paving companies for
grading, street paving, laying of concrete sidewalks and construction of
storm sewers for Third street from
Royal avenue to Sixtli avenue. Paving companies will be required to
state term of years they will guarantee their paving and percentage of
money the corporation can retain during the period of guarantee; also the
steepest grade their pavement is safo
tor horse traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications and
further information can he obtained
from J. W. B. Blackman, City Engineer.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5 o'clock on Monday,
October 31, 1910.
Canvassing aldermen or ratepayers
by representatives of Paving Companies strictly prohibited.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, October, 19,1910.
Canadian National
Apple Show
-AT-
VANCOUVER
NEW   WESTMINSTE   .   B. C,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby    .hen    that    The
|Fiaser Uher Tannery, Limited, a body
(corporate,   Incorporated    under     the
"Hritish    Columbia    Companies    Act.
1897,   and   Amending Acta," carrying
���on   business  in  the  Distrlcl   of   New
Westminster  and   Province  of   Hritish
Columbia, having applied to His Excellency,   the   Governor   Qeneral   In
[Council for the approval of a certain
jsite  for  the construction  of  wharves
on    the   southerly   shore     of     the
; Fraser       river,       situate       on       the
foreshore    of   blocks    "A," "11,"    and
,"(.'," being portions of lots seven   I")
and  eight   IN),  group  two   (-)   In   the
district of New Westminster and province of British Columbia, have    deposited with the Honorable thc Minister of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
of said  wharves  which tbey propose
to construct, together with a description of the full site thereof described
by  metes and  bounds, and  have also
deposited  a duplicate of each  in  the
office   of   the   registrar  of   deeds   for
the   DlBtricI   of  New   Westminster,  in
which district the said works are proposed to be constructed, in accordance
with the requirements of section 7 of
the   "Navigable   Waters    Protection
!Acl."    chapter    116    of the    Revised
Statutes  of Canada.  1906,
WHITESIDE iv  EDMONDS, j
Solicitors   for   Fraser   River  Tannery,
Limited. I
Dated at the City of New Westmln-,
Etc: this :7th day of October, 1010.
October 31st to November ath, 1910.
Special low rates from all points tn
B. C, at SINGLE FARE FOR THE
ROUND TRIP. Tickets on sale from
October 29th to November 3rd. Final
return limit, November 9th. For
further particulars apply to:
Ed  Goulet,   Agent  C.  P.   R.,  or  write
to C.  R.  Foster,  New Westminster.
SURREY MUNICIPALITY
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders will be received by the undersigned until November 4th, for the
purchase of the following property
adjoining
Port Mann Townsite
Viz.l���Lois 1, 2, 3, .*p, 8, 7, 8, 9, in,
Hi 12, 13, 11, IB, 16, 17, is, pi, 2o! LM.
22, 23, 20, 21, 28, 29, 80, 82, 33, of re-
subdivision of lot 23, of section 16,
block 6 north, range 2 west. Terms of
sale aro cash when deed Is executed.
An indefensible title will  be given.
The highest or any tender nol
necessarily accepted.
E. M. CARNCROSS, C.M.C.
Cloverdale,   B.C.,  October   L'L!,   1910.
White Star-Dominion I
Canadian Service
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebec���Liverpool.
Laurentic    Oct. 29
(New, triple screw, 14.892 tons.)
Cana-ia   Nov. 5
Megantic Nov.'2
Donlnlon  Nov. II
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool.
(Christmas Sailings.) ,
Laurentic Dec. 3
Canada    Dec. 10
Tbe  Laurentic and    Megantic   ���"*
new White Star steamers    Hi elarge"
.and    most    modern    from   C.itwdl*11
I l>orts.
For  rates,  berth  reservations, ot0'
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R-
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. fc
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
619 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wait
NOTICE  TO  MARINERS.
Later Information has been received
relating to the North   Arm    bridge,
Fraser river, that  the bridge  Will    be
closed only  three days    for    repairs,
viz.:   27th, 28th  and  29th of October,
1910.
Victoria, BC, Oc ober ?0, 1910.
1EGGS!
j [Green Cut Bone to Make
2| Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   P^csS
Mrs. E. M. Dominy. P*��-
near The Daily News Co., 609 VictO
8treet.
Try  a  "WANT" ad  in Tlie Ne*
If vlll hrlrr rMilltl
mm
 ^^P^WPi FR'
DAy. OCTOBER 28, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
.jTof Montreal
il*1*       ... aa-a-er* 1817.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
LplTAU
tsERVE
$14,400,000.00
 ",     11,000,000.00
throughout    Canada    and
I BruncI.eB through  ^  ^^   Bng.
tewfoundlano��   ch,cag0 and Spokane,
bd, NeftWJ Mexico   City.     A   general
une* business
���""".'credit Issuel
^.tundcnts in ^^^^^
ld'       p,nk Department���Deposits
;;ik,-:,f   .1   and  upward,
teceived in   ���we1 at s per cent pei
��� ,,! inti . te.
bnum 'Plover 1186.000,000.00
Total  -v3-"'   '	
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
i'   D   BRYMNER, Manager.
transacted.     Let-
available    with
all    parts of    the
Me lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, If,, 16, 17
nnd 18, block 42 of sect ion ::, biock ::.
North range 7, west in the district of
New Westminster.
WHEREAS proof of tbe loss of cer-,
tlflcate of title number 3379F, issued
in tlie name of Sarah Michie has been
filed in this ollice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl a!
I shall, al the expiration of one month
from the date of the flrsl publication
hereof, In a dally newspaper published in the citj of New Westminster, is
sue a duplicate of the said certificate,
unlei a In the meantime valid objec- j
lion be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
Dl trict   Rei Istrar of Titles.
Land Re; Istry Offlce, New Westminster, B   C, September 27, 1910.
"MILLIONAIRE" fOOLCO i��� CRIMINALS
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
EVADE WORK IN JAILS
Capitalist Davins, Who Was
to Spend Thirty Million, j
Forgot $10 Room Rent.
Notorious   Forger   Remained    in   Bed
fer Years Until   He  Lost the  Use
of   His   Limbs.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS! business directory
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
Phone 567.
! B. C
214 Sixth Street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER
NOTICE.
"To The
Li ndon, Oct. 27,���Dr. R, F. Qulnton,
.late governor ancl  medical officer of
C&pltalisl  Dav- Holloway prison, has written a book
which   i.-i  a   valuable  contribution  to
the lltei;;' .i e of ci la Inoloj s.   I le has \
served thirty-two years In various con
medic il offi
, i ���! and local prisons a
Westminster I
transfer Co. Genera! Public''
):������ .     2
. I       ���: t,',en in who came Into the
citj  . go with trunks flll-
i   |,iii!..li:i'j ;-which ^	
lie pn 11  eel In Edmonton and cei  am| governor.
environs, at a  total  cost  of   in   the      Recalling the state of affairs when
i'i*>* hi et i the prison service al Ports-
 _________,v- < ~ ___W    |'ib-n    ���    '-"'���    ���
Sf| is immaterial���lefl  the city lasl   QUinton   says   thut   nmlingi   lng   was
week  in I. burr;    li   ring behind him   ,  ,. ,   practiced   to  an   extent   thai   Is
bid tor $10 Lt  the j hardly credible by desperate men wh
The undersigned has moved his
office to 1316 Cariboo street, where
he wil] conduct the real estate business under bis own nan e. The office
on Twelfth streel   Is for sale.
D. D. BOURKE!.
IOaRD of trade���NEW WKST-
mlnster Board of Trade meets ia tne
hoard room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tntrc
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at n p.m. Anauai
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. Xew members may b��
proposed and electptl at. any montfc-
ly or quarterly meeting. ��� c. it.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PRINTERS.
aei ������ ��� 15,000,1 00   or
���      i e  of   :i   few
New Westminster
Mail
Service
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR BYKKY
kind of job"pr!ntlng. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 14:2 Ota
-  "'     News  Block.  Sixth  street.
r
Dull
-  ,--,       Birn  'Phone 13/
li.fflr'B   'I'll""0     ,Ua'
,b Columbia  Street.
p��gz��.f
lfl 185.
jo'.'jmbl       ^^^^
delivered   promptly   '.o
,art of the city
TAKE   NOTICE.
Where can I gel I he bei: potatoes In
��� e citj '.' Only one answer to thai
question.
\V. itiut Cook, 527 Fronl street, city
I" P��" 0I ^   '" v.-  i!;,m cook, 527 Fronl street, city,
L��   1 ��� -,    -MlpaW HailIinCT phone550    He has nothing    bul    the
jghta.iaiieavy iiauuuj, ^             nlce and mealy   Trj
3 -_    ^-r>AU   ncPOT. ., ...     .   .,    i-     i..   ,i ,.y-   ,,,
... ICE-TRAM   DEPOT
Gardiner & Grdiner
if. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
6, Westminster Trust ^Building
New
Room
phone 661
Westminster, B. C
Residence   Phone   133
them.    Prices O.  K., by the suck or
i ton.
Don'l forget the address,
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneei
527   Front   St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
iii ;, burr;    leaving behind him   .,  en   practiced   to  an   extent  thai   is i    ^ (pf
:  bid tor $10 ;.t  the jjjardiy credible by desperati  men who) Ar].lval. Closing:
.     . bouse, and  a  num- , v,,ou] i  go to almosl  any length In or-  20.00_Unltea states via C. P. R-"
ber  ol   greatlj   i lagrined   real  esl  t<   ,.,    -,, ,   cape work.    Hc writes: (dally excepl Sunday). .23.00
..   who bad enl  rtali id the soi dis-j    "Self-inflicted  injuries  of  the  mosl *���*,��� ,r',,.,������ ,������',, r   ,���>  e   r
'���'   emissarj        I  e kings of Amerl-  serIo ,  character often  led  to ampu.    *'���~Y���CX ^*    ^n&av).'. 8:00
'i'i. e   PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
of   j    repaired by ycur local tuner, W. EL
Closing: |    Martin,  Mus.  Bac., 811  Dublin St.
Phone  L 615.
CO ' ____���__	
emissary of the kings of Amerl-' serious character often led to ampu
can finance, foi a period of several i tatj0D 0| limbs and other operations
.....   , upon 1  e   Lrei   th of his yarns T[,e practic(  of placing arms and legs   L3:00
as to untold millioi    at his command. un(jer rallwaj trucks on the work was ,���..    ...
Mr. Davins also lefl d check foi  ?10,-]so   prevalent   at   one   convict   prison Mg: 00���Vancouver Ma B. C. B. R.
000 in the hand     I John R. Boyle, of | that   no   |e5s  than   twenty-flve  major I ���-..=.������   * ��,���lfi..,v>
performed   In  one
Vancouver via B  C. K. !!
I daily except Sunday)
���Vancouver via B. C. E. R. ! COAST
(dally except Sunday)..11:00     ger Q
LABOR AGENTS.
loj le and Pai ee, ; I i. bi lng the pi Ice
thai he bad agri ed to p ��� I be hold-
��� rs of a rallwa; i barter Into tho
Pei ee   River   district,   as    purchase
j price.
lt  was shortly after his arrival  In
Edmonton   that   Mr.   Davins,  who   is
I said to bear something of a lesetn-
blance of the hue Russell Sage, approached the holders of one of the
numerous Peace River railway charters, tind after spending some- time
in   discussion   of   the   possibilities  of
HOSPITAL
Westminster Potato Hospital.
...ii' Townsend t't. Maternity
.".nd non-contagious medical
ages accepted. Terms from
JIB weekly. For further partlcu-
;;;.'s apply to Hospital. Tele-
one 765.
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in laltness���but delicate, giving just
the right savour.    Use no other.
amputations were .
year, A prisoner v. ho had lost an
arm In this way and who had been
supplied with an artificial one with an
iron hook told me that it would be
helj ful to him outride In "settling dispute.-;."
"Another violent prisoner who
feigned stiffness of his index flnger
to a\oid oakum picking was so irate
j when the flnger was forcibly bent
that on returning to bis cell he
promptly  placed  tlte  offending  linger
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER f
t;
Gold Watcnes for Ladl. b from |1&75
Silver Watches,    gents'    open  face
Il6.��'.,,r  watches,   gents'   open    case,
l|7Se.t"   for    Waltha.n    and      BlgW
! Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
::_ to 25 H. P.
2 and  4  Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwhee'er
Port Mann
Ten acres in section 21, range
2, at . loucj; one-quarter cash.
Twenty acres in    serion    2i>,
range 2. at Jiuoo;    i ae-quarter
cash.
For    subdivision,    these    are
moneymakers.
City Property
First class lots nn Seventh
avenue, single or double, well
situated, 66x132. This is a good
buy.
Good building lots on Eighth
avenue, near Second street. Enquire about this; there is money
to be made.
Houses
We have a number of choice
houses for sale from $1500. fo-
$250 cash, balance easy, to $12.
000.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
he road, decided that the project was in the binges of his table, which was
O K., offered without further inves-' attached to the cell wall, and violent-
tig, tion to buy out their rights for I ly raised the leaf, with the result that
.10,000, wrote out a check for the full ,'he flnger was absolutely shattered
amount on the Traders' Bank. I UI1(j  ]liUi to be removed.
Mr. Hall, who was the local real es-. ��A remarkable example of the per-
tate man who became most deeply in- sii!tence with which a malingering ca-
terested In the Davins project, brought reer cmll(i be carried on was afforded ,
Mr. Davins round to the office of by the ca8e 0f the notorious criminal
Bovle and Parlee, where an interview BldweRi who was sentenced to penal
was obtained with John R. Boyle. Mr. Bervitude for life in connection with
.Boyle did not accept any retainer the 1!ank 0f Kngland forgeries. He
'from Mr. Davins, but that the latter(Waa in g00tl health on conviction, but
never did any active work in prison.
������Feigning loss of power in his legs
he lay in bed from day to   day   and
defying all efforts j
D    of  persuasion  and  resisting   all   un- \
a crook, or only .,le.ls,ltU coercive measures devised to
make him work. When I saw him at
Dartmoor at the end of eight or nine
vears of his sentence long disuse cf
his   legs  ha.I   rendered   him  almost  a
Ipple.
The muscles were extremely wasi-
2,0
:00
;30
' asked to be allowed to leave the
check, and the check was placed in a
drawer in  Mr.  Boyle's office.
This   morning   Mr.   Boyle   informed   fnml year t0 year
the Journal that he had no guess ex-
. ept that Davins v,
derange 1. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I    Tlie agreement with the holders of
the  railway  charter was never signed
up.     Had  it   been st. ned   Mi
would   have   been   subject   to
Davins
i   vei y
serious  charge,  and   would   pi ibably
not  be  roaming  around  the  country I ed/^bdthWp and kneeToints were
aa .';,' Is   . ??���..      , .,    ,.   Icontracted In a state ot seml-flexlon,
Chief   of   Police   I.ancey    said   thls|80  ,, ;u  te  ,      dQubled iu  a bun.
morning that Davins had a bad reputa- dle Though he wa8 examined time
Hon at Greal tails, where he is sa��.d|after Ume ,,v ex ertg nn one 8UC.
to have unloaded stock on the uns >- ,,i���ik���, i;, dl8COVerlng any organlo dis.
phlsticated citizens of that city, but so e:,se 0.. a ca,lse for Us condition
tar as can be learned had not attempt- nt,.0I. than hlg own firnilv expressed
1 '    "    '' "    !     stock u'��"  ^^(determination   never   to   do   a    day's
(daily except Sunday)..16:0
8:00���Victoria  via   B.  C.   E.   R.
(daily except Sunday)..28:00
11:00���Victoria   via   B.   C.   B.   R.
(daily except Sunday).. S
���Victoria   via  B.  C.  E.   R.
(daily  except  Sunday)..12,
7:20���United States via G. X. R.
(daily  except Sunday).. 8
15:00���United States via G. N. R.
(daily  except Sunday).. 10:00
9:25���All points east and Europe  idaily)     8:30
22:30���All points east and Europe   ladily)    14:20
9:25���Sapperton and Fraser
il ills (daily except
Sunday)        8:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills . (daily except
Sunday)       14:30
9:25���Coquitlam   (daily    except
Sunday)       14:30
13: "0���Central Park and Edmonds     (daily     except
Sunday)       11:00 l
14:00���East Burnaby and Bur-
quit'am   (dailye  except
Sunday)    14:00'
-Timbei land. Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday l         14:00
-Ladner.     Port     Guichon,
I Westham  island    13
10:00���Annlevllle,  Sunbury (daily
except   Sunday    15
10:00���Annalls    Island    Monday
Wednesday     and     Fii-
ABOR    AGENTSI     .M.A.NA-
. Sykesl, (12 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. fiomiit
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
V\HITES1DE & EDMUNDS. BAUKIH-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, U.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE ��
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and S
Gulchon block, corner Columbia ani
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WI. lams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. B.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT,
H. J. ���	
Room.
A.  BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant      Tel.     R 128.
Trapp block.
R. T.  PRINCE,
3XPERT ACCOUNT.
IITOR��� Ai
^^^^^^^    Otlice, Roi
minster Trust block, city.
ANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co.   Office, Room 9, WesU
10:00-
10:00-
,KTENOGRftPHY
FUKK.MAN      BUNTING,     ROOM     2_
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
,.  Cl'STOM       STENOGRAPHS ~   ANU
Typewriting; copy work, hustnes*
letters, etc. Couuibla stieet. Telephone 62.
'.',*
ton   or  for
the  matter on  the   Cana
dian   public.    All   that   the  local
I	
man    (.'UW..V..        .      *_________________.	
��� against  him  is the  little  Item  of $10
which   he  forgot  to  pay  his  landlord
! before leaving the city.
The real estate men who competed
with one another to secure Mr. Darius' goodwill, organizing numerous
automoblllng   tours
I work
for  the   British   government���a
threat  wbicli  I  believe he ultimately
carried out."
day
10:00���Woodwards
Thursday
day
9:00���Vancouver,
inn     via
11:30-
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-;
pnm'H wharf. New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
hemes New  Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. ra.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri-
day ami Sunday at 7 a. m. ..
First Class Passenger Accommodation  Jj
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd
New   Westminster.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co.
The Prudential Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
hlm   In   many   ways
Davins millions with something of an
air of sheepishness.
Mr. Davins approached the city
council some weeks ami in regard to
his proposition to build a $1000 building on Jasper avenue, and sought to
obtain permission to erect an ironcla 1
structure in the lirst-class flre limits,
for tbe use of his staff while the building was ln progress. He promised to
complete bis million dollar building
this fall, tind to make a start  on an
Italian Is Aviat.lon Victim.
Rome,    Oct.     27.���Lieut.     Saglietti
tziiiK    iiuiiidiuuh fell with a military biplane   in which
and  entertaining  he was manoeuvring today, and  was
now discuss   the  instantly   killed.     The   machine   was
wrecked.
Immense undertaking, involving several millions of dollars itlie figures
variel somewhat aach time Mr. Davins repeated his story, and had an upward trend) before the freene-up. He
promised to bring some 60,000 people 15:41:
into Edmonton In connection with '
manufacturing undertakings within
the. next few years.
 13:30
i Tuesday,
and    Satur-
 13:30
Piper's    Sid-
^^^^ G.      I      R.
daily except Sunday) ..14:20
Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except  Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton   (Tuesday, Thursday,    Friday   and    Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
8:30���Burnaby   Lake   (daily  except Sundav   16:00
20:00���Abbotsford. Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily except  Sunday)    23
.5:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     I daily     except
Sunday)        8
Hall's Prairie. Fern Ridge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
inday)  	
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and insurance Agents���
City, farm and sumirban property.
62S and 740 Columbia St.
:00
:00
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TAi-
lorlng. A new line of Spring suiting just In. Button making, pres*
lug miai repairing. 4ti Lome stsvtX.
Pboue R 508.
P'SH   AND   GAME.
BEN SO
Game
.4  AVLdNti, FISH,  t'lturi,
\ egetables, etc. Dean Block.
next to Bank of MontreaL
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FUUNlTUtfU
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agues and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon   and   Sixth   St.   New
i  (minster B, C, Phone 3(54.
JOHN   DOBSON,  Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
WESTMINSTER WOODWUKiviAn.
Co., bank, ollice and store titonga;
cabinet, stair, showcases, uiaaict*
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 354, t'none
473.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
We are fully prepared to take care of every man's underwear requirements.
This important item of a man's attire receives here the attention it deserves-
We have chosen for our trade the best mills' productions in the different wanted fabrics.
La
Li
in
EW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
^.hrP Runert"  and "Prince George
rgest���Surest���Swiftest,      3600  tons.    "NCE RUPERT 11:30 p.
o   Vancouver   (Johnston wharf) coi  Ruperl by s.
Monday  and   Friday.    Close connection! ^   ,.PR,NCE
8. "prince  ALBERT" to Stewart on   arrival   oi
RUPERT" and "PRINCE GEORGE."
for Masset 10:00 p.
"PRINCE ALBERT" also loaves Prince Ruperi ",.,,,-ta   10:00
m. Monday and for Queen Charlotte   City   anu    ^ ������
P. m, Thursday. u-.-inrslav  and Saturday.
00 p. in. weani sou.)
 ^^^_ .        _nd cieeuing cars between
Sel d     vestibule     trains     of  coaches an r   ^^  York|  Tor.
Chicago,  Detroit,  London, _H-^t0^ N Longest dounie track railway
For VICTORIA ancl  SEATTLE 2
Sel d     vestibule
-ago,   Detroit,  Lo���   ,
onto,   Montreal,  Portland.  Bo�����"�����*;,���- continent,
"naer  one  management  on  the American ������ .qenuer or
���    n���t�� and full information, passengei oi
For rates  time tables, booklets anu
l!,'i-llt. i'i P y to L_ v_ druce,
H- G. SMITH, 'commercial  Agent.
T..xp.ftB7B?r'��ift v-couver- Te,r"i;
GENERAL   AGENCY,  TRAN��ATLANTJO 3TEAM3H.P L.NE8._
We Have :
Marino, Non-shrinkable Wccl,
Camel's Hair, Natural Wool in
all the best known makes, such
as Stan fields, Penman's, Watson's, Wolsey, Golden Fleece,
Tamball's and many others.
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINQUISHBRfc    THE l.AT-
est In lire fighting; apparatut.
R. Harris & Co., Lavery block.
Columbia street.    Phone C..ri>i.
!'
c
ilk
Trimmed
Fall
Fashion
All
Sizes
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAU.
McKay, manufacturer and liupo��er
of monumental tombstones, lm I.tirn
Btono. etc. Satisfaction cuaracnec**,
roiuiubia street,  New  West mtni��t*T
HOTELS.
4***mrf*-r- 	
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Plione 18. Newest and most, up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate
First oh,ss cuisine.  ,1. Trachy, Prop,
HOTEL LYTTON���617 FRONT ST.
Phone 10.'!. Comfortable accomod*-
tlOii. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
The Very Tall Man, the Short, Stout Man or the Extra Large Man can be fit-
ted here as well as the man of normal figure.
1. O. O. F. AMITY LODOE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lotos
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, earner Carnarvon and Eighth si reels;
every Monday evening nt 8 o'clock.
Vlsitlii;; brethren cordial 1. invttoC
to attend. W. II. West, N.G.; W.t
Coatham, P.O.. recording sectet*. y.;
J. VV. MacDonald, financial ***x*b-
lav*,
REBD   &   COMPANY
601 Columbia Si.        . store of Satisfaction ���
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE OAICV        -MX  ***���**) i
n
111
I
liuHHtfl
PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22
II
Liiii
^
J
r
h
i
Si
';
V
r
,��,,.
The Daily Mew:
Published by The Dally .n^s Puhlish-
ion Compnny, Limited, at their offlces
Comer   of    McKenzie   anil    Victoria
Streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
FRIDAY,  OCTOBER  23,  1910.
REVIVING   FR-.E   TRADE   PLANK.
LEES LIMITED  j
We Furnish Your
Ho me   Co mple te
-gac��--.
Under the above title the Toronto
Mail and Empire, stale:; the Witness,
seeks to make political capital Cor the
disjointed and badly warped "Liberal-
Cons'ervative" party by laying a
charge against Sir Wilfrid Laurier of
having "always been hostile to Canadian industry." If that were so,
Canadian industry could stand a
good deal more like "hostility." considering that since Sir Wilfrid has
been Prime Minister of tills country
Canadian industry has attained to
heights hardly dreamed of under
former administrations. The Mall and
Empire seeks to make political cai ital
for its party with the manufacturers
and their following by deprecating
any revival of "free trade" agitation,
in a similar way to that used by stock
manipulators when their watering
methods are deprecate.!. Both cry
"blue ruin" to the country when they
have in mind the fear of less profit to
themselves. If they were wise, the
manufacturers, and journals such as
the Mail and Empire, Which are presumed to si eak for them, would assist
in some downward revision of the
tariff so as to cause as little disturbance as  possible  from  tlieir point of
view. They, however, prefer to stand-
pat and oppose if they do not misrepresent those who are trying, and
with some success, to carry on the
business of the country in a
businesslike way. lf the Mail and
Empire thinks that it will gain adherents for its party, or its "wing" of
the party, hy such statements as this,
cf course, it will pursue them:
"Among the so-called Liberal papers
Canadian industry has not a single
fiiend. ... It is easy to understand
the reasoning which influences the
government on this Question. The
west is a growing force. It wll] he
powerful in parliament in the near future. Weakened in tlie east by the
dishonesty of his administration. Sir
Wilfrid turns to the west In the hope
of finding strength there. To the people of that country he holds out the
expectation of great advantages
through the adoption of his free trade
policy, an 1 he tells them that one by
one the industries will be assailed until the last vestige of defence has
tone, provided they overlook the iniquities of his regime and prolong his
official term. Thus innocent citizens
are threatened because politicians!
have been guilty. The situation is one :
that demands the serious attention of
all who are devoted to the promotion
of the industrial welfare of the Dominion. With Sir Wilfrid preaching
free trade to the west, with every
Liberal paper in the east frankly, and
in same cases bitterly, hostile to industry, a sentiment is being created
the consequences of which cannot be
regarded with Indifference."
On the other hand, the Mail and
Empire may find that such talk as
this Is advocacy ln the wrong direction. So long as Can;.da does not
adopt a policy of direct taxation any.
tiling like free trade Is, of course, out
if the question, but the worklngmen
begins better to understand that in
some respects, at least, the tariff as
It stands is greatly ro hls dlsadvant-
LEES LIMITED
'     SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      715-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
STORE   HOURS:   8 A.M. to 6 P.M.;  SATURDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
One Night, Thanksgiving, Monday, Oct. 31st
The   Success of Three Continents
"Mrs. Wiggs of
the Cabbage Patch"
By   Annie   Crawford Flexner and
Alice Hegan Rice
LIEBLER & CO., Managers.
300 Nights at Terry's Theatre, London, England
Prices:    $1.00,  75c, 50c and 25c
DRESS GOODS
VALUE TO $2.00 FOR 75c PER YARD.
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 will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7: 3m a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to' change without notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
And a lino lot of exclusive suitings are Included  here.    Self striped  broadcloths, plain   ..-,
chevrons ami novelty suitings in two-tone effa^a make a Bplendld selection for the early shi   ������     n
about 50 lengths In all and 'hey range In iBKhs from four to seven yards,   Gel here In
like these will not  remain heie long, and the earlier you come tie better thc choice. An exci
of colorings,   Regular values as high as $2.00 per yard, for ....'  ,.
FANCY LINENS
See our window display of fancy linens.   A suggestion of Th nksgivlng.    The  variety  bI
gives an idea of the extens.ve slock on hand.    W'e Invite your ii spectlon.
Doyleys and Centre Pieces lrom 35c Ea H
Tray Cloths and  Runners f;om         50 Ea h
Tea Cloths and Pillow Shan s from    -.-. c   ,
 -'C  tach
Table Cloths
Excellent values offered In Table Cloths
for Thanksgiving use. A large assortment of
new designs.    Inspect tbem.
Size 63x76   special      $1.25
8-4  Damask Cloth  $1.50 and $1.25
8-10  Linen Cloths   $2.25
8-10  Linen Cloths *2.75
Linen   Sets, Cloth with Nakins to match, from,
per Bet....aamaaa  ..��� *500
age. Take his clothes for Instance,
why should he pay twenty-live per
cent, more for them than he would
pay in Kngland ? The abolition of
duties is, of course, out of the question, but under free trade principles
those duties will be laid cu as much
as possible in ways to yield revenue,
and as little as possible in ways that
simply deflect the consumer's money
into other people's pockets; nr to be
ilost in what without such artificially
!high prices would be simply a losing
business,    and     consenuently     what
j actually is to the countr^r that subsidizes it. a losing business. When
goods are deliberately taxed, not for
'revenue, but for protection,   the con-
'snmer resents It.���Witness.
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
Atf kijras of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
Tenders for  Sewer  Pipe.
The corporation    reojjiies   tenders
[for vitrified sewer pipe of the following sizes:    Four inch, six inch, eight
Inch and ten inch,    for   the    Eighth
street sewer system.
Specifications can be    obtained    at
1 the  city   engineer's   office.    The  cor-
I oration does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any tender.
Samples of pipe to be delivered to
the city engineer. Tenders lo be delivered to the undersigned by a p.m.
on Monday, October 31, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, Xow Westminster, B. C,
October 22,  1910.
Day of first publication, October .4,
1910,
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
of Vancouver, 11. C��� occupation build
er. intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing  at.  a   post  marked  "J,
D.    Smith,      S.      \V.      corner,"      at
jine   noi tu west   corner    of    pie-eiup-
I tion,       .\'o.      2951,      tlience      north
Silk Lined Gloves, 50c
Cashmere Gloves with plain silk lining. Some
have suede finish. Colors are black, brown, tan
and fawn.    All sizes.    Per pair 50c
Camp Blankets at a
Reduction
To induce early buying,   a   strong,   serviceable,  dark grey  Blanket in the following sizes:
8 lb   large size, regular $6.00 for  $4.50
7 lb. large sizes, regular $4.50 for $3.95
6 lb. largo sizes, regular $3.76 for $3.35
Table Napkins
A   choice range In Table Napkins.    We make
a   specialty of ready  hemmed goods.
5-8   Napkins, hemmed   $1,25
���r>-8    Napkins,  hemmed    $1.75
5-8 and  3-4 Napkins, pure linen   $2.25
5-8  and  3-4 Napkins, pure linen        $2.50
3-4    Napkins, pure linen  $2.75
3-4    Napkins, pure linen $333
���"������4    Napkins, pure linen    $4.03
Gloves at 35c a pair
In black    brown, grey and fawn, lisle and
" '���'���<���      ''Ine quality.    Fast    colors.    All
values, per pair    3jc
in stuck.    Hai,-
Tempting Offerings in
Flannelette
Wte  Flannelette,
400 yards w
Per yard ...
2!i Inch Sniped  Flannelette
' inch Striped Flannel..it,
inches
 8c
Per yard .... 10c
Per yard ... 121 -c
Double  Warp Flannelette in a wide range
wide    .w;';���'dh:U"" 'ce either; 36 in,  ,
 25c
about mi chains more or less, to
near Saklnaw Lake, 1 hence oast
chains more or less, thence south
less, thence west
less, thence north
less, thence west
less,  to  the  place
chains more or
chains, more or
chains, more 01
chains more or
commencement,
JAMBS    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October ^0, imo.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGOS,  Agent.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given thai at Extraordinary General .Meetings of the
Vanstone Heating & Plumbing Company, Limited, held on the 22nd day
of September, 1910, and the 17th day
of October, L910, a special resolution
was passed to wind up the Company
voluntarily, and appointing the Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Company, Limited, Liquidators for the purpose of such winding up.
And notice Is given that the creditors of the said Company are required
on or before tbe First day of December, 1!)10, to send tbe'lr names and addresses, and the particulars of debts
or claims, verified under oath, and the
names and addresses of their solicitors (If any), to the Westminster
Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Ltd., at
New Westminster, B. C, the liquidators for the said company, and lf so
required by notice in writing from
tho said liquidators, or by their solicitors, to come In nnd prove their
said debts or claims, as shall be specified In such notice or In default thereof they will be excluded from the
benefit Of any distribution before such
debts are paid.
Notice Is hereby a'so given that a
meeting of the creditors of the Vanstone Heating & Plumbing Co., Ltd.
Will be held In the board room of the
Westminster Trust & Safe DepOBil
Co., Ltd., building 0:1 lhe comer ol
Columbia   and   Lome   slide's,   at   lhe
city or New Westminster, B. c. on
Thursday, the 3rd day of November,
1910, nt the hour ol' four o'clock In
lhe afternoon.
Dated this 201 li day of October, A.D.
1H10.
THE  WESTMINSTER TRUST &
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD..
Liquidators,
**************************
************ ****************
TORE, BANK FfTTIMr'C
,ND OFFICE rl I 1 iINCjo
SHOW CASES
mrTi!TJ?1MANrELS-8TAI" "AIL-
INGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD
WORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
i
��
*
*
*   '   "" J- BROOKE3, Proprietor ,
t    WORK8-Comer   -leventh and Cerllne. PHONE 473   j
***************���������.^^ *************************
l*****************************���^,^^������������**4
WATCH    REPAIRS
Probably that watch of your, is nol givins voi
u proper satisfaction.
.. It Is running, will nol
ison for dissatisfaction is that  the man who
"ther incapable or doing good work or is nol con-
In all probability, he Is gifted with hot. oi
The re
or.
run accurately.
di 1 the repairs
B 'lentio-IS in his work
1 lie faults mentioned.
watl** ,hVlhbneh  l":"1,m"(\l�� ^curing   .he   services   of  a   first  oUM
whowil It, 1   ,   V ttlen*���cb.arge '"' ""������ wat<* repair work,   A man
an    wl    ,, ',-        �� "''!'" '" regard '" "'*-��� oon��5on of your watch,
run  bu   ��� ,    ���     '   ,'""' ���v' and' ������'-' !l consequence, it will   not   only
iun, nut Keep accurate time
Agents for Howard, Bill and LonQine Watches.
Chambeiiin's
!>*..��.����
THE
JEWELER
***^******************************************
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
V
Farm Land For
Sale Cheap
Fifty acres good land hai! mile from
Cloverdale (upland), easily cleared;
already burned over; will he subdivision property before long when town
grows; only $110.00 per acre on easy
terms.
Business Opportunity
Hotel property on principal street of
growing Interior town; railroad, mining, agricultural and StOO. raising center; splendid .opening for the right
man, and not t6o much capital required;   license guaranteed.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
COLUMBIA STREET
Facing Moody
Square
Two    cleared    lots    facing    Moody
Square   and   commanding   splendid
view. Price 11600.00 j easy terms.
This is one of the best buys In the
city.
Two Very Cheap
Houses
Two    modern   residences,  six   ii'"1
seven roms;  bath, pantry, basement,
eel.; large lol, lane In rear; close t"
car line. Price $8600; small casli pa>'-
feni and balance spread over two and
Ihree years. FBI
0Ay. OCTOBER 28, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
EpOKnNGNEWS_
fc^fTHSTLK    JBA8KETBALL WILL BOOM
|[ QUEENS PARK SATURDAY  IN WESTMINSTER THIS TEAR
"Eat and Be Merry!"    5
���Close
Tie Game  Should   Be
Forward   Line
Cup
stmgg'.
Strengthened
,:. their tivsi game al
,. irdny   when   they   meet
Celtic
.    The
"Chick"   Robertson   Gathers   Aggregation of Players that Will  Make
Others Teams Travel Some.
Westminster   will   hare   a  basketball  te im   thla year  which   will    be
go   1  enough  in play  with  the   besl
The team  haa
snd you'll feel lika  a
mai  indigestion
��� Vancouver, I   Queens      ^^^^^^^^
(vitics  arc   al    presenMthai  Is in Vano<?uver
0I  ,i,e Benlor divlslon:|been uot together through the efforts
,.,i  already   lmve   a ,'0f  "Chick"   Robertson,  and   contains
i.h!B,1(i on this year's race. B0 .,. ..,���l(1 basketballers.     No   prac-
'    .     I em wl!1rbBehaavheaIbdeePnrX  tlce   have been held yet and arrange-
artJo��iirpractlclng lately   ments are now pending will, Colum-
f0:ne       th,- visitors 11 good nm  blan college for the use of their gym-
The   Rovers   will  n.1Kiuin    -]-|u; team, as figured oul at
I presenl.  will  I     ^^^^^^^^^^^
son. \V. Morrison. VV. Sangster and A
new person.    Sour stomach���heartburn������
....    0   -chronic   dyspepsia ��� all  yield  quickly  to
NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. ' The properly digested food
restores your strength, your stomach regains its tone, and soon
requires no further aid.
50c. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked them yet send
and we will mail them. 37
50c.
National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada Limited.
MONTREAL.
B.C. Mills
limber  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
m win  	
ine   iUMeia   ��... | naglura
' ,���,,, ,ineup tbal has played
'���;.   . v.  tminster for a long time
l . ieam is nol to be slight
L shown "I Vancouver last week   Robertson.
,.i the Thistles such al    The Idea is to arrange games with
,  .,   ,   the V. M. C. A. and the V. A. C. In
' ffeel   "" K''n7,o,'w"'d line   Vancouver, and If they make a   sue
,. ,  ,     | jl)     tilt'    I Ol \S tlMl     111)'',
' '   ^kE��wne_  and  Hart, two cess of lt, to get games with outside
who bave recently arrived in the teams.
ul | be on  and  they  ought *o
. ., difference In the Scoring dlvi-
Tbe 104th regiment  is contemplating  putting a team  in the field, and
Kaztltt, of Vancouver,  will  be the there ought to be some good games
|jeree.   The game Is a National Cup  between tbem and the city team.
Columbian  college  have  formed   a
,   (fjjich   the   Rovers   have    al
;, a game.   The Celtics will
, ,    (gain  on   .Monday  to  play  a
|     . ;,,: ,. in the senior division.
following is the Rover team for
.,!,,     Goal, Sampher; backs, Ly-
j   Kirby;    halves,   Bruce   and
iV,���r  ttnd   Craig;   forwards,   McAl-
Shaw'Cross, Brisbane, Ewen and
bushels of wheal at the prevailing'i
prices will bring him in something J
like $18,500, and the same quantity of i
"nts al  30 cents a bushels will  yield
���_ ���.���,,..    an additional $7500.   The sum of $26,-
q   ],,���.;,,   |{   pear.  000 from one year's crop isn't too bad
for a prairie farm.
Besides the cereal crop wliich he
raises. Mr. Trnynor finds time to deal
a little in high cl isa Btock, He has
one of the flnesi studg of Clydesdales
in Western Canada, and is constantly
adding to his herd ol mares and otherwise Improving the strain.
On top of it all Is a feature which is
not to be overlooked In this country.
Mr. Traynor is a young man. He is
yet in the shady side of thirty, and
ranks as one of the most successful
farmers in Western Canada today. All
his life, at least since he was old
enough to know anything about it, he
has lived on the Regina plains. His
farm is a model one.
Butter
i
Contractors and
Mouse Builders
We nave a full   line   or   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in tnis City.
Before Building See Us, as we
Also Complete   Stock
money.
believe   we   can   save   you
ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
^^^^^^^^_ go
little league of their own, each year
putting a team In the Held. They
have already started to practice, and
when they get going properly, they
will select a team to uphold their
honor in the intercollegiate series.
TWINS.
Is    Football    Losing    Out?
Is   football   losing   its   interest   for
the   American   schoolboy?     Howard
I Bradstreet, (director ,of   New   York
city's public playgrounds, thinks that
j continual tinkering with the rules has
Try a "Want" ad In The Xews   It
wlll bring results. **
:iy Mullane   Tells   a   Tale   of   Two
Tricksters.
I _on"t remember any twins who made the game so complicated  that
I      ed gre.il  fame in the fast com- .the   average  boy  of  grammar  school
Ton)   Mullane.   the   great  old  age would rather have a simpler game
Bl   ei   told Bill A. Phelon, the hum-  for bis hours of recreation.    As a re-
fhere   have   been   loads   ofjeult of Mr. Bradstreet's Investigation
��� ers  who  made   good,  of course, of 'he subject, football has heen turn-
. as Mike and  .lack  O'Neill.  Lee ed down altogether at the New York
���  -r   Tannehlll,   the   numerous  playgrounds,   It place has been taken
.. s. and most of all the De-   by the grand Old En. lish game of soc-
mtys.    I  fail  to   remember   any cer football.   Says Mi
s, however. hnd a prejudice against American rug-
did know of a pair of twin semi- by on the part of both boys and their
igh,   who   were    wonders���   parents,  and  accordingly   I   am   going
I They, or rather, ono '.to   organize   a
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Hrackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare iJO cents. **
Declares Death Due
To Natural Causes
(Continued from Page One.)
Good Creamery
Butter, 3 pounds
for   One Dollar
ould play wonderful ball In ,;ike 'he r	
ents.      One   twin   was   a   "  will he an easy matter to cut out
Itsman.     The   other   couldn't   football,   for   in   the   first   place   most
a haymow  with a  fishnet.    Both  boys don't  care about  it.    The prln-
-'-'pal difficulty  in  starting soccer will
Bradstreet,   'I   o'clock  and   midnight,  that     be    had
been assaulted,   Johnston did not go
���,_���,���. to work for some time after   the   al
eoruuigiy   i   . m   . .,...&
soccer tournament to leged assault. A couple of glasses ofl
liquor were sufficient to make John-'
ston talk. He did not know if deceased was addicted to the opium
habit,   but   had   beard   that   such   was
****************************************************
Weekday Schedule f
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. m.
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 Rates:   Return fare, 50c; children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Fi eight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits Line���20-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-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
��� B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. #
i ��������������������������������������������������������� ***+���******>.-<****************.*****
_^jj.�� ammr-
    ~.A
place of the American game.
i ********,************* *********************************
*^**************m
*
*
*
*
rett.   .Udders, and both played  FW ^��e'���   When the hoys  the case
.   . ������ i | tne round Chicago and
. .   ���   for   many   years.   They
ere classj  enough���or one of them.
ii   the   big   company,   bul
Ite  well  to  do.  tbey   never
pined  the   ranks   of   the   out-and-out
inals.
.  ���   twins  were named  llollis���
:   and    Finley     llollis���and     thej
. ( ���  i lentlcal in size, build and  fa-
eup    Tbey dressed alike, and
Be ol  them fell down and
got  a   s:n,,ll   scar   on   his   wrist   the
rati hed his wrist  with abrar
��� ��� id  a  little  scar   to.  match
0m ol tl ��� n wets a swell little bacfc
st ip, mi,, h like Shorty Fuller iii the
Bl   i    .  pi iy,    The other was a brisk
��� '   ���   along th.e pattern of Malachi
Ige
��� two llollis boys starred for
ten years with the semi-pros of Chi
cago   and    the    northwest.      Oddlj
learn it  I am confident that they will
like soccer."
"MRS.   WICGS    OF   THE    CABBAGE
PATCH."
"Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch"
which is the atttraction at  the Opera
w nun   ia  . ii�� ���..
hmise  Monday,  has  proved  to  he one  y*-"'"       ���
-j  ...���.,,   iiho,..,nv   the company ot  his wile
of the best liked and most liberally
patronized attractions in the history
of tl.e American stage. A every performance audiences laugh themselves
into   sldeaches,   applaud   the   quaint
Witness detailed an assault on
Johnston which had taken place early
in October, but this had no connection with the matters under investigation.
Hutton Denies the Charge.
Tom   Hutton.   a   striker,   next  took
the  stand.     He  declared  that  on  the
evening of October 5 he had been in
^^^^^^^^^ and a man
named Hans Hansen, an engineer on
the Dorothy. After leaving the Cosmopolitan hotel they went to the lCdi-
son theatre, returning home about ten
o'clock.    He saw nothing of Johnston
into   snleaclies,    ayyiauu    ..,..,..
, ,, . , ..       i> , ���,. ,.       ,.r*   v,     OClOCK.      lie   Ban    uuuiu.D
iihilosopbv o   the hero lie ot the    tab-   ,, ,   ,   '    = _.
��� ..-...,..  ���,.���rotJ  .,���.  that  evening, and  had  not  seen  him
for a week previous. He had no
trouble or quarrel with deceased and
had only been in his company once,
when he had spoken confidentially to
bage Patch." or silently express ap
preciatioti of the pathetic touches
Mrs. Kleuier's dramatization of Mrs
Rice's charming stories makes Mrs
Wiggs a human being even if the peo-   ".'
pie of Mrs. Wiggs' optimism are not   um..,.f    c .   u . . _,   _.
',    ... ,     ...    .        ,,,. '       .      ,.,. i      Wife Supports Husbands Story.
plentiful,     lo her. Ule s trivialities are       ,,        ..   ..K .   .     ..  ,    ,   ,      ',
.i.i.,.   ��i��i^,.��.  mr...\A   ���i���,���,.���  v.���      Mis   Hutton substantiated her bus
nothing, misfortune  could  always  bo  ,     ,, . ,, ,
,.      ,    , .... bands  story  as  to  how  the evening
worse.   Her doctrine Is tnat ot cueer- ,   .   ,      *   _.    ���-. .    ���
_.t  had   been spent.   She   was   positive
���    igh, their batting averages never
varied much from year to year, and Her UUUU1U_ .-  ���    ,���__   u^** ��*���    ���     , .,������,
nfdpr yet. their averages were always |��,'"���.  her philosophy ts of the sort   HutU)n had not left the Cosmopolitan
all     ". ",',..,., a., .v-,.11 t,, absorb.  The  ...
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 andJ443
Sapperton      Phone 373
returned thefe about
pretty much the same, which we aU | th_t"all might do well to absorb.  The  ho,el ufter they 	
regarded as evidence of the wondrous      '    'wiggs' readers learn to love in  ten 0-ciock.    They only went on lo-
!< a existing between the broth- Lu   "hnok i .made a most lovable char- iumbia street thet evening.
' " '        . de    on the stage. i Johnston an Opium Fiend.
Throughout the Play one sees a pro-1    wmiam Davl��, a   member   of   the
I -era.   Pred would bat .335 and Finley
Would turn  up with a record of .328.
'"      year  Finley   would  hit   perhaps
1   and  Fred would produce au av-
erage of ,331,
"Long  alter the llollis brothers quit
ime and after I had gono through
'���'.<:���  lengthy  career  as  a   professional,
' the twins confessed the secret
Strange similarity In   hatting
Powei     Through all  those years one
'win, and only one, hud done the bat-
I   won't   swear  even   now    which
���win  was  the  slugger,  but,  as  they
��� 1  b  to me, one of them was
wallO) er  and   the  other,  as
1   le riie.l   In   i heir  school  days,
1 I'ltcher shy and unable to hit over
;-'  bi   any   company.    They   always
''" batting order so framed that
'   would  lead off and the other hit
:l  sixth, or    second or seventh���
the idea? Then  t
������ l  I
of
ne slugging twin
go  up, deliver  his  goods,  and
;'"   I"   the   bench.       During   the
ent  or  the  Inning,  it  was no
;    ,l   all  for  thern  to shift around
;:";'  the  bench,  and,  if  the  Inning
far enough   for  I bo  second  twin
'"' ; tke hi
I    ! ���
cession of the well-authenticated characters of the books pass and repass,
and one hears the bright and optimistic   utterances    of   Mi ^^
plaintive pessimist
rambling   remarks   of
ing  Mr   Stubblns, and the patho
Lovey   Mary.    You  behold  the  "Cabbage   Patch"   true    to    Its    Louisville
prototype,  nnd  you  leave  the  theatre
feeling  as  though  you  had  caught    a
true  picture  of  life  there.    The   vein
of humor thai  runs through the iday
is as  rich  as a  mine in  fun  and  fun-
making    possibilities        There    runs
'through   it   a   tender  thread  of  purity
and wholesomeness, and the lines
breathe tbe atmosphere Of the country and the hillside. The record-
breaking business played to in the
past Indicates an appreciation on the
part of theatre-goers for a clean.
wholesome, inspiring piay. presentei
Salvation   Army,   Informed   the   Jury
that he became acquainted with    the
box, Hugh Gunn, had evidently been
called through some error. All he
knew was that he had a conversation
with   W.   Henderson,    of  the    water
FOR  QUICK  SALE
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting
on Fraser River. A very choice tract at a genuine
snap.   Price and terms given on application to the
Movius Land and Loan Co.
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A. [
*****************************************************
1
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
:
that he became aoquumeu  mu,    ....    ���,,,,    ,,
!T WlggWB."*theiie0ef?<i  rh6nA ,hC lmer ���C"T' lnt�� U'orks department, when they discuss-1
I. u.s.    i it   t,)0 glllva,i,m Annv barracks for con-1   __.���., ...    I
Miss  Hazy;   tho  verglon at)0llt ���le beginnillj, of 0cto- ed  th*  assault.    It appears that  Mr. I
'  tlle   li'iuor-lov-  j-gj.    Deceased told witness   he   had ��� Henderson had read of the case ln   a
habit    while ' newspaper and used It as a subject of
contracted  the    opium    imun.     .,,...���  ���v������t	
serving  in  the  Hritish  army  In    the conversation. The witness was thank
east.    Johnston came to the barracks  -j    n(j exrU8e(j
on another occasion.   He was chewing Police  Knew  Nothing.
opium at the time. Witness tried to I Jaile|. pittendrlgh and Officer John-
take the chew away from him but 80n who were on (lutv at the timo
could not. He also had a revolver m ,)o|ms,on ls s,1I)posed to have made
his pocket at the time. He sail he hls 00mplalnt, swore no one answer-
would shoot the llrst mall who called lng hls deSt.ription came to the police
''''" a S(,il1'' , station on that dav, or on any   other
The witness explained that he knew occasion
Johnston was addicted to the opium     Thla ;.nn(,llu1r, ���,e evidence,
habit, having had    considerable   ex-|   in hie summing up Coroner
nee with poppy slaves during his ,,,.,���,,  (,lre(.ted thc attention
" ��� ... -       -.r,A<���n*l
* PURE GOODS ASE
COWail'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquatt**, Wafers, MedallletM, E.to.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
who thoroughly  under-  people'talk  and   have
���'���������-   *m   nmunri    1
by a company  ....
stand true dramatic art, which Is
hold n mirror up to nut ure."
Pitten-1
^^^^^^r-    ���   - uuniw  ,...���^^^^^^      of    the
career as a Hritish navy man. jury  cl,|env to t)le medlcal evidence.
Questioned by Mr. I^irris, Mr. Davis   He   Rave  it   ,,s  llis  oplnion  that   the
nad  a  tendency  to make  man  wa8 nevcl. in t)ie p0uee station
'i,ll! ' "1S    an''  at all; he was probably suffering from
periei
said  opium
"to
s turn, the llrst one calmly
to the plate again, and once
'"' dented the leather.
x nu w
r����r lim
CBOP    WORTH    $25,000.
average, you know, about j Saekatchew-u,,   Farrtjer   R.lNiI   Prod-
pn es up to a  game.    Well, for "ce   *�� th���-Sma;,    R,ge  a   cr0p
>'��ars  one  of  those  sinful  twins      Keglni.   <>"    -'��� . ,, at
' '' elghl  times per game and the  that  will bring in $-..001) In
',"1' Simply  loafed   upon  the bench,   tbe   current   mantel
'':"   "mu   that,   the   rascals   would : record,   and   that
,;:"'i dlvl ie
values   Is    some
what   has   been
farm of James  Traynor
was In  He-
sometimes to wound themselves wltb-  an ()pium delusion.
out realizing it. |    xiie court  room  was then cleared,!
Tom Smith, another Salvation Army the jurv remaining alone to consider
man, gave corroborative evidence with the verdict. When this was returned
reference to Johnston being addicted a�� "Death from natural causes,"
to the opium habit. He said de- Coroner Pittendrlgh complimented the
ceased had made a public announce- jury on Its finding.
| mont to this effect at a Salvation j The Jury was composed of Messrs.
Army meeting. p>. Gilchrist (foreman), H. T. Kirk, W.
Witness Knew Nothing. T. Reid, H. Morey, Irwin Cole and K.
The next man to step to the witness' H. Adams.
It is Never Too Late To Mend
But���
A   Stitch  in Time Saves   Nine
Take out an Accident Policy in the Railway
Passengers  Assurance Co.   NOW.
tip the labor.    The twin  done on the T,...,.nm.
couldn't  bat  was the faster man   thla season     Mi.     >��� . ,,j r;0
the twn ���.,  f   i,���   ...���,,i,i  ui nn yesterday and bbui.
LIBERAL CONDITIONS
LOWEST RATES
.    '""  Wo  on   foot,   and   be    would   gum >os,.M'"    .; ���an(| ,,
;        ���'  to  llrst  under    pretence of 000 bushels ol gra n. flnlsi,(.,l
^hing,    Then,  after  getting  up  a  was hall ^^^"?, crop is
"'''lament with the umpire, they threshln.  orera ions a'" Y(,
:    d make ��� quick   shift, and   the the largest I i.ave ever mm       ^
1    d-hlttlno i���.i��� i.i ..���  ... n,.>  the vear has been a goon on<.
bik
_- ��'huiiinni wnn me umpire, iney   ^""^'i
bencli>Utlng twin would reinm 1�� -be ^.J^l^^cJStfl 5
vll.       ��� "est, while the light batsman   one  has  any  reason,  to
5 ' ,h" Reel limbs would navigate '   " "��� thfl ,,osl >,,u
' corners
and
Ui, bui il
bey were a foxy couple
ils nne a  pair of lads as I  havr
,.  '   "'01,
nai.o''"   '  PVCr 8,uv  sUinl"K ln  ll,e
fact, II Is the
Now   Mr,   Traynor"s   crop   although
the statement  of 60,000
hiishels   of
������ a  pair in  mns as  i  um�� i ��"���  ���-".-   ,,,���   i. hlsser sllll when It
the nrst, last and only P-J.lgta^'SASlSS of whaMhat
| crop  means  In  money.     The   BO.OWy
AUTOMOBILE  OWNERS
r,m ho insured agalnsl claims for damages brought against them for
ScldentB ��-aused directly or indirectly by their machines.   Rates are
l,nv and all owners should cany this class of insurance.
Apply for particulars to ��
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Columbia  Street.
New Westminster.
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
f��i>il
m
'fo
1
3
\l>
\*
\\
'���' \
and other dance music may be had in Victor
Records. Did you ever try dancing to a Victor
or Berliner Gram-o-phone ? ��� you will find the
time perfect. Then when the dance is over,
the same wonderful instrument offers a splendid
range of entertainment of almost any type you
may desire.    The world's  best  singers, the dear
sell for 90c.���buy them that way if
the combination pleases you; we'll
send you a sample one by mail,
on receipt of 10c. extra for postage. Oh! there is no doubt you
will find a host of entertainment in the 5
T^HR Berliner Grtm-o-pbooc.
recogmr.cd .��� fhe perfect
tnusici! instrument, il mult in
many different style, and atr.ea
.nd may be bought for (III or
on easy  terma.   a. ���
Priceafrom     ��h._,_)uP-
Every   type   can
be re|ulated to mil .ay room.
iner
BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE COMPANY, LIMITED   -   MONTREAL.
When Thinking of Christmas Gifts, Remember the Gram-o-phone and this @ trade mark.
Victor No. 1. $31.00.
Victor No. 2. $42.00.
Victor No. 3. $50.00
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-0-PHONES IF DESIRED. YOU ARE ALWAYS WEL-
COME   IN   OUR   STORE,   WHETHER  YOU  BUY  OR  NOT.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
419 Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
��� ������.-am.f *.��� **TX. *~*  ��� ...'jiJIOra.lj**
m^nn^r.-mi ir.;i?im
"mmm���   ij tprjyr
IZZ.'ZS
HOW CREMATION IS
VIEWED BY CHURCH
Practice is Still   Illegal   in
||Belgium,    Sweeden   and
Denmark.
K����H3ils..����5����wi��,������.�����:r: m ���nmmmmmmaaummam   r mnwi
ma*Wa*a*a%W*W. W.'�� !|>W5WMBlWWiJB_!IW_fl__
Scene from "Mrs. W!g_s cf the C:.',:. age Pjtch" at ths Opera Hci:sc, Monday Evening, October 31.
London, Oct, 27. Among countries
.n which the growing practice of cremation is still Illegal are to !����� numbered Beli in il Sweden and Denmauk.
Belgians who wish their dead in be
cremate I I���:iv. e to i!. i patch i ho
corpses ��-ii in r to France or to t ler-
many Foi  the purpose.
in Swe len and l enmai li i he opposition of the Lutheran churches i the
pi aci Ice Is i esponslble for Its pi ohlbl
ii..ii.
'i bus,   win ii   son e   j em s   agb   i he
Danish     lei Islal ure,     on      Banltai) ,.
iound .  ; .i   ������ I  bj   an oi < vv* helming
ma |oi Itj  .i bill in fuvoi  of i he tolera-
i lon ni cremation, the Minister of public worship, In the name ol the Crown
ami Cm erntnenl. Inforn ed ' he I louse
after thai  after ha\ Ing consulted the |
principal dlgnitarleB of tl e  Lul heran
oi  stale church  of  '. he  kingdom  he
musl decline to pei mil the bill to be-j
riuiii' law or in be put Into executi in,
Bince the entiri' clergj  as well as the
religious Bentlmenl of the nation were
mosl   atrongl)   opposed   thereto      In
Sweden the Lutheran church has taken   a  similar  stand   toward   Incinera-1
Ition, and bo, too, have the Lutheran
Synod ot Prussia and of Wurtemburg.
It, however, by  no means   follows
thai all the Protestant denominations
entertain the same vlewa as   to   the
burning of the dead as those of Scan-
I dlnavla, of Prusaia, and of   Wurtem-
her..     Thus.   In   lhe   .rami   duchy   of
Baden the governmenl has expressed
I its approval of incineration, while the
Lutheran clergy there have announced
that  from ii doctrinal  poinl  of  view
there is nothing whatsoever to prevent  them  from  reading  the services
ol   the  dead  ai   obsequies  which  terminate   in   the   annihilation    of   the
corpse by means of Bre.
In England some of the divines of
the Etablished church assume thai
cremation Is permlssable Bince the
woul "ashes to ashes" are comprised
In the most solemn poiilnn ol the liturgy for the dead, and there has been
no canonical pronouncement against
it. Yet the general attitude of the ecclesiastic of the Anglican rite, both
in Qreat Britain and the United
states may be Bald to be one of mild
disapproval.
li is only Bince 1886 that cremation
has   heen   officially   fol hidden   hy   the
Roman Catholic church, and among
the principal reasons which prompted
Leo XIII., the most broad-minded and
liberal pontiff who has ever occupied
the chair of St. Peter lo take this
step was flrsl of all. the tan that Incineration had heen adopted hy Ihe
atheist Free Masons of Italy and
Prance as a feature of their funeral
riles for the purpose ol giving public
expression to I heir disbelief in the
doctrine of the resurrection and of
life hereafter, while in the second
place he held that cremation tends
to a dimlnuatlon of the tokens of te-
spect for the dead thai constitutes jo
beautiful a feature of most of the recognized religions,
Thus ai Vienna, whore the crematorium is Bituated al a distance of lhe
miles from the city, the management
lias established a system of pneumatic tubes through which the dead are
shot, in the space of a few seconds,
lrom the receivin. bouse in the center of the city to the building in which
the furnaces arc located. Just as if
thev were packages ot New York mail
matter; while at the meat hospitals
of the metropolis, all the so-called
"debris  anatomlques"   are  consigned
pell  moll  to the  (lames of the   crema-
t_w.s a, ,],,, cemetery of Pere La-
chaise.
i i.u "debris anatomlques" are the
bodies ami fragments of bodies of
i.'itipers an I unknown dead whose remains have heen entrusted to the doctors ami medi al students ror Btudy
and scientific Investigation. After
they have Berved this purpose, they
tre returned to the Hospitals, whi.',
tl ereui on ship them hy the cartload
to ihe Pere Lachalse crematorium,
**��� here ihe., are roughly Bhot into ihe
furnaces withoul any religious rites,
Thla is colcul io-1 io offi ml the rellgl-
ms : entlments, hm onlj of Catho i ���
bul  likewise me nbei s of o\ erj  other
th, no nailer whether Christian,
Hebrew or Mohammednn, Leo xill
likewise took the ground thai the ordinary form of interment has heen. so
to speak, c nsi irated hy usage, ever
Bhi e ihe foundation of tho Christian
faith, i hai it has I een accepted from
H ne Imp em'orial as forming pari and
parcel of ihe religious ceremonies ofl
���he latter; and that ihe ohl-fashloiie I
form of Christian burial may la said
to have become one of the mes; sol-
en n features of ti e rite of the church,
and a consolation in life to the dying I
ind io lie bereaved.
Withholding Religious Rites.
For these reasons he disapproved of
Incineration, Bave under certain ex-cep-
'i mai circumstances, mentione I he-
low, and in a decree (late I May 111,
1886, he forbade the members of tho
Roman Catholic church lo rive direi -
tions   tor   the   cremation   of   their   re-
nalns after death, and ordained that
'hose wlio rendered themselves guilty
if disobedience in this respeel should
'ie deprived nol only of lhe sacra-
! nents prior to their demise, hm like-
vise  cf  religious  services   at    their
funeral.
With regard to those whose bodies
have been cremated without their an-
lemortem consent, the Roman Catho-
ic  church   authorizes   full   religious
rites, with the provision, however, thnt
whereas In the ease of children the
'mass may he public, the celebration
Imust be private where adults are concerned.    I  may add that the Catholic
church   makes   no   objection    whiitsi-
j&PYSPEPSlA
______^^1
[km   >W7-
^ HI!'*
w
...'.III
���'��
.fe'-.       ���������������
���-������'���   w
nTi
Stop t'he leaks
ijnYourCoaiBill
L*ic .'; Gurr.ey.Oxfo.!
range and ia '
i f y ur coal bi
':" i  "Ci a:
here i   ti    : ���'.'...
made   ' y   l!i
Gurney- Oxford
Tl ��� n '   :.o better i
i'i   the   i   ":it: "���
r    sty]
any ��� tee! rani
1-. t, with ( v< rv '��� '
1 r ce m my ��� '������
en< c.
Material i best *. I
ha i. in ide an '. ���
or   without    n
(ither end.    G   u ���
' it r.   Braced
Drop docrcn1    rmini
:t.     Divided    vei
in ������-.-:<��� cv< n I ��� '������
ir   top.     Th< :���'���.'. ���   '
v< n '! ior if desin 1,   Ma
for coal or wo I    BesiJ
TheOKFOR
EC0N0HIZER
��� ill   Ircp   )��,   (ire   lot.i   ll   I""1 f*
,<nl Ur Url.    Mill ��..<��� ll iMSl ���***"'*
.1 Ik'   ***l  )"���  '����� I"'   **l  ��l�� '"'
c *%i.i .ai.ra ip lltr rbimro.
Voull Bave mom y em
��������� :i Ourney-Ojcford.   Ai        '   ���
mora  i it sfoct i     n iuI a  from ���
CO 'ki'lC
Let    iia   i! mom i '
Eeo t ,������../��� r," and (hi othi ;''������
Oxford point! ot K'l|mr I ���
p Tfeet :i good r.cir i can I
::!.-. i  .In,.-,-  vim other  Gun "
'���' irva and ran. �����( ir rv I
fir ���-i. kind of fuel. I
o ir II ...p. all the lime
li.-i    iirqunintrd     "i'li   '
k'i in M. bm| I ked stovi
nil Oanad i     AnJ di. H m��
���j'. ynur pooketbook.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
SANITARY    NOTICE:.
be
All   rubbish   and  garbage m��!
removed    to    the   foot   *������   S1N,ff|||
stieet and Fifth avenue, where "
be burned by the corporal len.        f
Any person or  persons who u
garbage  or  rubbish of any M,Jirr
any other street or avenue or on
lane,   vacant   lot   or   public  ptov
wlll   he   prosecuted   under   f '   '
visions of the Sanitary Bylaw-    ��,
By  Order, B. ���'��� P^'LcWr,
Sanitary m��w
City Hall. June 13. 1910.
ever to its members ;",|'e|,li"';;i(,|. ���
ployii.ent in connection *'"' B|Ciali
toriums, aa medical officers, a_y.
or ordinary attendants; "���;' ";',..���.,���'.-
body ever heen deprlveil ol W
ments on this account.
, .    ,llM'l>��llH"
hilirt  (Ui-1     ....
.lews and Mahommetian
nance cremation under oroin ^ 1,]l,
cumstances. and yel admit ||i|IllP
Catholic church that there are ^
ber or cases where it Is ""' ��Vere I'
nilssihle, but necessarv. and w (| t
svonld he unjust to refuse
rites of religion. ..DAY
OCTOBER 23, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
)LD   VOTERS.
,,,    he placed    on
���testis   o   ; ,��M tor the dty
meD,t8?minBter will be received
* SJ55S ��� Novembei
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
lot   16,  blOCk  2. nf 1.
inm
.10.
licantfl
full Hg
ve I :
l,P Hritish subject.
I twenty-one   yews,
I,,.,,,_, oi n,(. city six
preceding   tin
ay's Ad-
Jew Wei i
upplli
ll  i  I ' ���
ol n '
. i vear.
,,���!    lmve    during
a a   householder   a
than
than one hundred
DUNCAN,
City Ch
rk
CITV
VOTERS'   LIST.
j, |lCieb.\   given
' |     the year
:   that
u,  this offlce
.   nereol
thai the
1910 has
the Bame
for thirtj
and  any
H tO be added I"
lasi, or any elector
to have any name
musl prefer his
thelRo
town of Pert   Moody,  Man
dition, in the district i i \
Ihillslei
Whei,-is pro0( ���f the loi of certl
flcate ol title number 4700A, Issued In
ii"' name ol John Stewart and James
Cash, lias be..n  (lied in this office
Notli e Is hereby given thai i Bhall,
rn the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrsl publication hereof,
In a daily newspaper published In the
city ol New Westminster, Issue _
duplicate of the said i ertlflcate unless
in the meantime vail I objection be
made to me in writing.
c  S. KEITH,
Dl trlcl Registrar ol 1 Itli
Land Re dstry Office,
New Westmlnstei, B.C., (let. 7, 1910,
1
lng  signed with
i ��� i   Bhall   deliver
to be
( .ii   tll(
I
(il
il
or
delivered to the Citj
time herein  before
W. A
Offlce,
I    . i, tobei  !������
DUNCAN,
Citj  Clerk.
New Westmln-
1910.
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
iST  LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
lliai  i. William Robert
I lVer,  B.C., occupation
��� estate dealer, intend to apply for
\ ���     -  2 lores Ol   land
fellows      Commencing al
a|   the cas'  side of  the
i ,.., ,,      ol 'lie north    arm    of
��� thence -ast 40 chains,
J    ,      ,,,.    50   chains,   thence   west
I ence north BO chains to
\.   ,: ,      : eiieement.    Purpose loi
It is required, quarrying,
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
,{.A September 27th, 1910.
Inded
lost planted
lailway Time Tables
B C.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursti inl to Section "i| i i the Loc il
Improvemenl General Bylaw, 1909, notice is hereby given thai the Assessmenl Roll for heal Improvements on
Columbiu i reel from i he easl line ol
Fourth slice' to the west line of Leo
pold Place Is open for Inspection at
the cilice ol i he Assessmenl Commis
sinner in the City Hall, New Wesl
mlnstei. Bi Iti ;h Columbia, and In ca e
the owner or any person Interested In
any of the properties Included therein
desires to appeal from such assessment  he Bhould  within the i erlod ol
eleven (11) ila> s from the first publication ol ibis notice give notice to
the undersigned In writing ot bis In
tentlon to appeal.
Date i the 16th day of October, A.
1). 1910,
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Date of first publication October 17,
1910
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
Two and  a  Half  Hours
on Operating Table
Specialist Could Not Remove Stone
In The Bladdor
GIN PILLS PASSED IT
JOI.Il'.TTH, T. Q.
During August last, I went to Montreal to consult a specialist ns 1 had been
suffering terribly with   Stone  m   the
Bladder.
He decided to operate bat Baid the
Btone waa t.,, lur^e to remove inal too
hard to crush 1 returned home and
wai rei mmended by a friend to try
GIN PILLS.
They relii .���'. the pain. I took two
''I' ' 1 wenl back to the specialist.
''" ' ' tone was smaller but he
could a,,i remove it although he tried
'"^,'   ' md a 1 iif.    I returned
"��m< Inued to take GIN PILLS,
and to n ;r< t Burprise and joy, I
passed the  I
GIN PILLS are the besl medicine in
the world ai d I i ,��� they did me so
much good  i win r- ommendthem all
tbe rest ofmj life", 46
J. Albert Lbssard.
50c a bos at a)] dealers,
and money back ii they fail to give
relief Sample box free. National Drug
and Chemical Co., Dept. H C., Toronto.
STRlKtS ANU LOCKOUTS
WILL SOON BE OF THL PAST
Rev.   James
estingly
to
of
L. Gordon Speiks Inter
Workingiren on Power
Labor    Union.
al I e core.   1 like to Btand with the
working man In Bpito of all his bund-
e g,     I   know  where (ind  is.
"In conclusion, let me tell you this:
Labor men cannot afford even If the;
have 1 lie Inclination, to le ive out religion. S'othing lasting, nol I ii greal
and go id waa 0 ei b lill 1 1 endure
v. 11 houi religion "
NOTICE
TRAFFIC
"- PAGE SEVEN.
REGULATING  VEHICLE
ON COLUMBIA STREET.
All  persons  usinn   Columbia  strict
1 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.
City Hall, August V2. 1910,
Taking for his text Luke 10: 7 ���
"The laborer is worthy of Ids hire."
R.e\ James L, Cordon dellvere 1 his
annua1, address to working men In
Central Congregational church, Win
nil, ������ recently. The building wa fill
ed to Its capacity and numbers stood
1 hrough 1 he enl Ire
were 1 urned away,
"My text," sal 1
"shoul l be carved
of every Industrla
are. today, facing
ci". Ice while many
Rev.  Mr.   Gordon,
ovei   the gatewa)
Institution.     We
1  crlsli    in  the  history   of  laboi   organizations.      Th< 1 e
arc ten millions of men united In the
laboi   unions of the world, a stupendous -a   growing    power   the   woi Id
over     The church  needs these men
and these men need thc church. Rub-
Noti e I    herd      I ven I    t a  vote   |;i"  said thai   he  had  heard   in   bis
of the electoi    of tin   corporation of  lifetime over 15,000 sermons, bul had
the Cil      :  N'ew Wi   1   ii   tei  will be  nevei hoard one preacher speak faith-
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Scaled tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon, October
.',1st. for the erection of tramway .station and cilice bulldln. at New Westminster.
S| eciflcations can be sei ured it
offices of Maclure <^ Fox, architects,
Winch hull.ling, Vancouver,
The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted.
W. ii. HAZLITT,
11. E. Electric Railway Co., Ltd,
AUCTION
BERTH
Just Arrived
New Scotch and English Worsted,
Tweed and Serge Suiting for gentle
nun. made to order. Workmanship
and lit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
13 Begbie Street.
T. I1
Morrison
Phono 62
J. 11. Taylor
NOTICE.
SALE       OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
LABOR AGENTS
every kind. Prompt
orders,     Contracts
taken
tlons.
The Count i! Cl ami er,   City   Hall;
the  Flre  Hall ���        nd    the
W'ate: works Storehoui e al the comer
of Queen   a enue and Kle enth street,  Bubject.
t . Westmintttr Branch.
V,mk Day Scheoule.
leave Vancouver for New West.
Hmlnsier at b:50, 6-.50, 1 .?.*) and S:0u
.m��� an.i Bvery half hour thereafter
I undi 11:3c  p.m.
..,,.,. . .��������  Westminster for Van-
aver a: 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
. m   and every half hour there-
I aftei until U:00 ova.
Sunday Schedule.
..    .   Vancouver  Tor  New   West-
nlnster at  8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
[tvery   half    hour    thereafter    until
;i.m.
r -        .- ',. - Westminster for Van-
vi ��� ai '  00 a m.. and every half
ir thereafter  until  11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
.    .   New   Westminster   at   7
.   c v hour until 11  p.m.
I .   ���       \cr at  7  a.m.  and
boui until 10 p.m.
lys   cars   leave   Westminster
��� -    m to l" p.m.
[��� -     lays 'us leave Vancouver at
to 10 p.m.
J.  Stewart.  Local   Manager,
Westminster.
"THE    ROYAL
LINE
[NGS.
XMAS   S
All
From  Montreal:
"Royal  Edward"
Nov.
in
"Royal George"
Nov.
19
'���"rem  Halifax:
������Royal Edward"
..Dei
t
"Royal   George"
.Dec.
14
"Royal   Ed t .������ 6
,Dec.
'JK
\ud Fortnlgl
tly
to
thereafter.
Most Direct  Route
Bristol
, London
and  the
Continent.
The righl to cul timber under i-
een <��� on Berth No. 535, comprising
the  following  lands In  the  Province
I ;   '.mi;     lolling sta-  fully ol the quarrel between Cod and of  British Columbia,  wlll  be offered
Mammon,   it Is not quite us had as at public auction at the upset price of
that   In our time,  bul   had enough. $2,570.00,  including cost of survey, at
"I  have announced thai  l wlll an-  i o'clock  P,  \i., on  Wednesday  the
swer a few straight questions on this j28th of December next, at  the office
of   the   Dominion   Timber   Agent   at
New Westminster:
Timber Berth  No. 535, situated In
the   Province   of    British   Columbia,
comprising Section  28, Township li!),
Wesl   of   Coast   Meridian,   containing
an area of 640 acres more or less, is
shown on  plan  of  survey, signed by
Mr.  A. Lighthall,  1).   L.  S., surveyed
in   May.   1910,  and   of  record   In. the
more or less of the Queens park re-j While  not   agreeing  with  all  that   is  Timber  and  Grazing   Branch   ol   the
serve, hounded on the west  by Gran-  done by labor unions, I believe that|Department of the Interior,
vllle stieet, on the south    by    Koyal   apart   from public  schools, the  labor I    A  license  will  not bo issued  until
avenue, and on the east by the Boule*   unions have been the greatest educa-1 the   full   amount    of    the    purchase
vard. 'tional factor of recent years. j price, and the ground rental  for  the
W. A. DUNCAN   City Clerk.      "Second���Are trades unions respon-j first year, have been paid.
Hated at N'ew Westminster this ISth  Bible for mob  violence?    Duds  have;    The conditions of payment, rate or
day of October, 1910. passed  away;   was  is  passing   away;   rental, etc., are contained in the Tim-
___________________________   strikes and lockouts will soon be   ajber Regulations, a copy of which may
thing of the past too.   You won't like J be secured on application to the un-
NOTICE. what I am going to say.   1 can't help  derslgned, or to  ihe  frown   Timber
on the Ith daj ol November, 1910, b��
twee:; the 1 ours ol '.' a.m, and 5 p.m.,
for    the    pui 1 0 8 -.btaining    the
opinion of the electors on the question of whether it is lu the general
public welfare that the Mayor and
Council should consent to the granting to the Royal Columbian hospital
of  seven    aad one-half    iTUi    acres
"First���Do you believe In organized
labor'.'���l do.    The skilled   mechanic
who docs nol organize is behind the
times.    Capital  could   nol   gei   along,
withoul   organization,  and  the   business of the working man demands that
he shall be organized, too.   The man!
who  fights with labor union as labor!
unions, Is facing  towards   the   past.1
While not  agreeing  with all that  is
' done by labor unions, I believe that j
apart   from  public   schools,  the   labor
unions have been the greatest educa-;
Supply help of
attention to all
negotiated,
8 Begbie St.       New Westminster
B.C.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Tickets and Reservations from E.
Goulet, C. P. R. agent, or write to Win.
Stapleton, General Agent, 227 Main
gtreet, Wlnnl] eg.
Tbe Corporation of the City of   New
Westminster has deposited  With the
Minister  of  Public  Works  at   Ottawa
and in the offlce of the Registrar of
Deeds for thc  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    after    one
.month from tbe lirst publication here-
jof    will    apply    to   the   Governor    in
i Council   for   approval   thereof.
Dated  this Third  day   of   October,
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation  of the   City   of   New
Westmln. ie'.
that.    The  principles   of  the  strikes;
���1 mean big strikes���figure on a certain amount of violence to gain their
victories.   This is a blot on organized
labor.    The man who lifts hi.   hand
against the law is no better than the
aldermen   in   our   city   council    who
dare to snap their ringers at the law
and build a cancer spot  in the city.
Liberty  is threatened by  two  foes���
lawless  wealth   and   lawless   passion.
An I to any man who employs labor.
let  me say that  open violence is not
as dangerous as secret cunning.
"Third���What is a living wage
Agent at New Westminster
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th, 1910.
LAND   ACT.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital Paid Up   $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
New Westminster Land District.    D'.s
trict  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice   that John    Ferdinand I
Baggs. of Nelson    Island,   occupation I
farmer. Intends  to  apply  for  permission  tn purchase  the    following    de-,
\  scribed lands:
The Bank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific', In Cuba
throughout th.e Island; also In
Porto Hlco, Bahamas, New York
and  London.  Kngland.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
New
Great  Northern   Railway.
Lea ���       New     Westminster     S.17
���    Seattle 3:06 p m.
New     Westmlnstei     10:30
:n.:  arrives   Seattle  3 1">   p.m.
Leat  -     New     Westminster     4:30
|! '      irrlves Seattle 9:40 p ID-
Leaves    New    Westminster    1-'- 27
in.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:06 a.m.; arrives j
I Nen '.. ��� Btmlnster 2:50 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.; arrives';
I New Westminster 6:2 5 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 4:115 p.m.; arrives'
I New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives!
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
G. N. R._Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex-1
inday   from  bridge   passenger
50   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port
' 30 p. m.
Port   Guichon    8:00    am.
'    "���.  Sunday;  arrives at New
West
1
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed    to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Purchase of North Half of Lot
:,. m,uk 13, Clarkson and Begbie
Streets, Nets Westminster, B, c." will
he reel Ived until 1.00 P. M . on Tuesday, November 15, 1910, for the purchase of :he lot mentioned.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank, for the sum of five hundred
($600.00), payable to the order of the
Honourable the Minister of Public
Works, which wlll be forfeited If the
tenderer decline to complete the purchase.
The Department does not bind itself
ito accept the highest or any tender.
Bv order.
R. C. DE8ROCHBRS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, October 12, 1910.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
The Corporation of the City of New
Westminster has deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and in the offlce of the Registrar of
deeds for the District of New Westmln.tor, British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of
the 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 Governor
In Council for approval there of.
DATED this Third day of October,
1910. W. A. DUNCAN.
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation   of   the   City   of    New
Westminster.
unster bridge passenger station
m.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
1 ���   Sumas   8:00   a. m:   arrives
assenger station. New West-
10 20   a. m.    daily    execept
\ew   Westminster   bridge
���iation   3:60   p. ni :   arrives
10 p.m. dally except Sunday
,* ************* ��******^********************��
IF YOU WANT A \
NERVE TONIC        I
Try AS AY A NEURAL        \
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $1.50 j
! Ryall's Drug Store I
��� *** m.rmr.     -rCCTCf-1     UV     OPTICIANS. A
*
*
*
*.
*
*
EYES TESTED BY 0PTICIAN9.
I**********************************'
1
ieut.-Governor Pater son's Ranch
Just Over the River, Close to PORT MANN and
NEW WESTMINSTER.
A Grand Chance of Making Money Quickly
as this property will shortly be in demand for Factory
Sites. 1 -4 Acre Blocks from $550 to $700. One-third
Cash, balance over two years.	
British Canadian Securities, Limited.
DOMINION TRUST BUILDING    	
living wage is an amount sufficient to
Ide comforl   for the presenl  and
Ity for the future, lt Is n it dvtli-
cult to know what that is if one has
the heart to know.
"Fourth���Should the church take
sldi 9 Lei ween labor and capital? The
church should take Its stand on these
questions: (1) For the right, which
means opportunity of every man to
earn a li.ing wage. I-i For the principles of conciliation and arbitration.
(3) For the abolition of child labor.
14 1 For the proper regulation of the
conditions of toil for women. (6)
For the suppression of tho sweating
Bystem. (6) For the reduction of the
hours of labor. (7) For a living
wage. (S) For suitahle provision for
old age. 1!'1 For compensation for
the injured. 110) For a righteous
distribution of the wealth of tbe world |
according to skill and ability.
"Fifth���What is tbe working man's j
worst enemy?    Not drink.    For hon-1
esty. sobriety, integrity and efficiency
the labor men of this continent will j
compare   favorably   with  any   in  the
world.    The   working   man's    worst
enemy  is  impatience���a  tendency  to
yield the conscience  for a n.uick re- j
ward. Capitalists denounce the unions
for breaking their agreements and the
unions  denounce   employers   for  misinterpreting   those   agreements.    The
working man is    impatient with   the
church, with capitalists and  with his
own leaders.   He has the universe on
his side, God on    his side, right   on
his side, and  he  can go as  slow  as
God and right demand he should go. j
I   read  scores  of  labor papers every
month, and I never see a kind word i
for Taft.  for  Bryan, for Hoosevelt  or
others who tight for the cause of Justice   for   working   people.     Tliey   are;
criticized If they don't agree with organized labor on every point.    If they i
go  with   yon  on   eighty-seven   points
out of the hundred, ne lenient   with
them on  the other thirteen.     Have
more patience and si oak a good word
heie and there for tliose who are help-
inn youi' cause.
"Sixth���Do . CU  believe in the closed  shop?    1   believe  In  the  right  of
men to combine and to do it legally.
President  Taft  says thai  all the advantages of organization cannot weigh ,
in   the  scale  against   the  right   of  ji j
man to work for whom he will and at
what wages he likes.    I do not think
the unions have a legal right to say j
how   much   wages  or  for  whom  any '
j man shall work.    Work must be lifted  to  patriotism.    The   laborer  who
j works only for the highest wage he
can get without trying to give the hest
value he can give, and tbe capitalist
who strives to get men for  the  lowest wages they will take are only bargain hunters.
"Seventh���Which would you prefer
for a church member, a rich man, or a
working man?   In my church 1 can't
tell tbe difference between a rich man
and a poor man.    1 urn not  hobnobbing with any  man  worth over $10,-
000.   I have never tried to please the
j wealthy  men    of    my    congregation.
j Ask them    Tbey will corroborate me.
I don't want   to  build  up  a   church,
but humanity.    With Oliver  Lodge 1
! believe in the essential  goodness of
humanity, and that humanity is sound
uniinwn
Commencing    at    a    post    planted 1
about   one    mile northeast   from tl.e'
head   of   Hillings   bay,  and   about     4"
chains easterly from    the    Southeast]
come- of timber lot   number    37341,
thence  north   40  chains,  thence  east
40 chains,  thence    south    40 chains, j ,
thence   west   40   chains   to   point    of j as (lone by US gives   the   Ut-
commencement,  containing   160  acres
more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 20, 1910.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
Take Notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 500 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's inlet, thence north 100
chains, thence west 50 chains, thence
south 100 chains, thence east 50
chains to post of commencement. Purpose Ipr which it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 2t'.th, 1910.
1 most satisfaction. Our equipment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean,   Economic,   Prompt.
White labor only employed
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY       NEW
8      Eastert:
I   I7T OT
>rook Mi
FLOUR!
illing Compj
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL    $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL $$.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bb>-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR  ANr> FKRD MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone S3S.
FOR SALE
Beautiful Cleared Lot on Fourth Avenue, be-
tween Second and Third streets, cornering cn lane.
Fenced.   20 bearing fruit trees.
$1000, Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY--
I
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists} PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, OCTOBERa
WA
���4
;i
V*
.'
r.
w
I* '
I
���' .1
City News
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right nrices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
WANTED���ONE HUNDRED YOUNG
men and young women to qualify
for stenographers and bookkeepers
We will have a position for everyone as soon as competent. Tbe
Modern Business School. A. L.
Bouck,  Principal,  610  Columbia  St.
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia  St.
Principal.
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 have a kind we guarantee.
A team from the new bowling alleys
mi Cordova Btreel In Vancouver will
pay iis flrsl vlsll to New Westmlnstei'
thli evening.
Mrs. Peter Peebles, fft.0 Third
street, and ber sister-in-law. Mrs.
MacNaughton Manson, of Quesnel,
will ii'i elve tli's af!ernoon.
W. 11. Keary state l yesterday to a
News reporter that he had no Intention of offeiing hlmseM as a candidate
for mayor in the coming elections.
Need a messenger ?   Phone 194. **
City Auditor Cotsworth Is now supposed to be somewhere i;; the prairie
j provinces, visiting suae relatives
prior to his return to New Westminster,
The funeral of Nellie Sylvia, the
four months old daughter ol Mr. and
Mrs. K. D. Wyiuan. wlll take place at
two o'clock ibis afternoon from the
family residence, 446 sixth street.
If llie weather is favorable today
one of the best fall markets of the
year is expected, as Thanksgiving day
falls on Monday and there is sure to
be an increase of trade on that account.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at
Tidy's store.    Phone 1S4. *���
The flrst football matches In the
city public school league will be
played tomorrow, the Central anu
Lord Kelvin teams and Sapperton
and St. Louis college teams being the
contestants.
The ladies of Knox Presbyterian
church. Sapperton, are holding a
Thanksgiving supper ano entertainment in the church parlors tbis evening. Supper will be served from 5:30
to Si o'clock.
The gang of men employed in cutting the tunnel between Lakes Coquitlam and Buntzen have been laid
off. Tlie B. C. E. H. company has not
announced tiie reason for the cessa
tion of work.
Quarter acres in the big green field
just across the Fraser biidge. Kasy
terms. Keid, Curtis and Dorgan, 70(1
Columbia street. **
The city clerk has written to the
makers of the automohile apparatus
which has been ordered for the lire
department of tlie city, asking them
to hurry forward the machine befoie
the end of December.
ence with the Y. M. C. A. secretary in I
j this city,  he  having  been  one of  the
physical instructors at the Calgary and
I Medicine Hat V. M, C. A.'s, and is the
I champion club swinger of the north
Iof    Kngland    and    of    Alberta.    Mr.
Matthews had hoped to And the Xc��
Westminster    Y.    M.  C.  A,  building
ready for occupation, but as there Is
no public gym  in  this city, and being
an enthusiast in the-    work    he    has
i joined Mr, Fryer in a plan    to   start
: practical    physical    culture    classes,
club swinging, etc., in the school room
of    St,    Caul's    Reformed    Episcopal
|church, commencing from next  Tuesday.    Both men are graduates of the
Inch School of Physical Directors, and
aside   from   their   gymnasium   Instruct
torship diplomas have    held    several
: local    championships     as     scientific
boxers and  wrestlers  in  the midlands
and north of Kngland.
GEORGIA STATE PRISON
IS DESTROYED BT FIRE
Seven Convicts  Regain Their Liberty,
But Guards Hold 199 Others in
Check.
Savannah, Ga��� Oct. 27.���A despatch
from    Milledgeville    says    the    main <
building of    the    state    prison    farm i
quarters at that place was destroyed
by fire tonight.
Seven of the two  hundred  and  six
prisoners confined there escaped.
The Public
Supply Stores
The   last   of   the   wooden   poles   on j
Columbia street was taken down yes-1
terday and  tbere is now  no break  In |
the  long  siting  of  artistic  standards.
The pole was at the corner of Begbie
and Columbia streets.
We have also Combination
as well as
fountain Syringes
It will pay you to look over
our stock  of Rubber Goods
on display in our show window.
Drugs  Spectacles,
Photo Goods and Seeds
Curtis Drug Store
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R.  Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton  St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting. Cesspools, Septic Tanks.   Etc.,  Etc.
GET
CADBURY'S
CHOCOLATES
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed  for
T. A. M'J'R & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.    441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Harry G. Smith, city passenger and
ti:-ket agent of the Grand Trunk
Paelfle railway and the Grand Trunk
Pacific Steamship co:npany, in Yancouver. was a visitor ro the city yesterday. He was accompanied bv Mrs.
Smith.
Davies Green Houses is tbe place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut floweis.    Phone H L'OS **
Mrs. B, A. Sand returned yesterday from a visit to her brother and
sister In Brown county, Kansas, and
to her brother in Denver. She spent
some time in Kansas City, Missouri,
and on her way home visited another
brother in Quaker City, Oregon. She
was accompanied on her trip by her
daughter Dorothy.
A special meeting of the council
of the municipality of Burn, by wae
held yesterday evening, when tenders
for .150.000 feet of lumber, to be used
in the building of eight miles of sidewalks, were opened and considered.
After some discussion it was decided
to refer the matter to Engineer McPherson. who will report ut a meeting to be hei.I at half past seven
o'clock tonight, when the contracts
will be awarded.
So far about 150 men have registered to vote as being qualified under
the householder's requirements. Tne
ofllce of the city clerk will be kept
open on Saturday night and it is ex-
peoted that a great many wlll be
registered at tbe last moment. It. E.
Monteith, the labor wnip. is busy
rounding up tbe voters for the labor
candidate, who is not yet named,
many of those who have ahe.idy registered are members o. some of tbe
labor unions in the city.
Have you secured one of those
charming bouses on Eighth avenue,
clase to the car. If not, see tne
tiiitish Canadian Securities, Ltd., at
once, as the terms are su very easy
they will soon be all sold. **
G. T. Matthews, a gymnast of some
note, has arrived in .New Westminster from the prairies, and intends
residing in tbis city. Before coming
here Mr. Matthews was In correspond-
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 nnd give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
*
*
���I
*
*
*
*
*
t
*
*
Some Special Snaps j
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY  J
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides *
ot this  property.    $350  each.   Terms. ���
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property ���
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear f
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE. I
Sixteen and
Seventeen Inch
ROLLER
CRASH
10   YARDS    FOR    $1.00.
Holler ('rush, worth l:''_e
and l">c In the usual wav.
We were fortunate In securing special jobs in odd
linos; some slightly soiled,
etc. Light and dark colors,
with plain or colored borders���good, heavy weigh! in
union, and all linen; 400
yards, on sale per yoard; lu
yards   for    $1-00
ENDS OF
CUR TAIN
MA TERIALS
CLEARING    THE    LOT���25c   PER   YAR
���
Friday uud Saturday.   We have gone through lhe sto
draperies, and taken from the shelves  all   the  shori   i
trom 2 in 10 yards, lefl from this   season's  showing.     :
re
peated handling we place the entire lol on sal,. Pi id
White Broche, Muslins, Colonial   Draperies, Plain and '
cream   and   white   Madras     If you need curtains for an -
In any room do nm  let the opportuity   pass.    On  sale 1 |
Saturday.    Per yard    ..     25c
Women s Woollen Gloves
Cold weather necessitates warmer gloves.    This season our Bhowing is more varied and ...
heretofore.    Entirely new  styles are here.    Gloves  In  Kid  and Mocha finished; In facl    ���  ��� .
the    real     kid    that    at   lirst   glance   you   would   believe   tbem   such'    Isil.   lined    ('as)m ..;    ;,,.
skin.      Fancy    Ribbed    Woollen Gloves, all shown in B complete ranee   of   colors���navy   bn
cardinal, green, grey,  mode. fawn,   cream   white   and   black.    Slzofl ti to 8%   inches.  IVr pi .  25: to 75c
Women9s Colored
Cashmere Hose
There is a growing demand for colored Hosiery to match costumes
worn. Our Hosiery selection is well supplied with all the popular
colors���navy, cadet, sky, slate, cardinal, Mamie, wisteria, plum,
myrtle, olive, cream, tan, etc., In     plain     and     embroidered.       Per
pair            35c   to   $1.25
Men's  Worsted Socks
25c   PER   PAIR.
100 pairs of Men's Black, heavy ribbed  woollen Socks;  also heather
mixtures,  In  sizes  10 to  11  Inches.    Regular   values   35c,   The   lot
to (dear, per pair     25c
Some New Trimmings
Many new trimmings are now  to be seen  in  the dress goods sec
tion.   Frogs in cream, white, black, brown, grey, cadet, reseda, etc.,
fancy evening  trimmings, new black .-il!; and Tinsel cords, etc.
Berlin and
Knitting
Wools
A  complete Btock of all the
popular      wools      ueri-s. ir\
for  Christmas;   fai  ���  work
as    well    as all thi      irsei
wools    for    in u ��� ll
The list given here I    .
what   you   may   find   In the
wool   section:
Berlin   Wools���1   .,
wrdghts.  in  all the llgl '
dark colors.
Zephyr    Wools���;.'.   .
shades   in   Bei in.
Ice    Wool���    In
cream.
Shetland     Floss���[n
white.     Nile.     Ma
rose, pink, yell n       dina
etc,
Mohoneys    Fingering, Scotch
Fingering.   Beehive���;-   I    ei
grades   Bafniej
ony,   mending   woi I
NEW   FALL   "BUTTERICK   FASHIONS"  AND   DELINEATORS   NOW ON SALE.    ASK  TO SEE THEM.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
"Why should I give my cleaning and dyeing to the Royal
City in preference to all
others?" was a question wo
once had to answer. We didn't
tell, but showed why.
We are still serving thai patron and will be glad to show
you. The best cleaning and dyeing works in the city.
G.  F.  BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
TURKEYS!
Order Now For
Thanksgiving Dinner
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Turkeys
Geese
Ducks
Chickens   -
Fowls
Choice Lamb and Prime Beef
Per Lb. 35c
" " 20c
" " 20c
" " 30c
"   "    20c-25c
NOTICE.
P. BURNS' MARKET
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
On and  after October  1,  lf>10,
the undersigned,  wlll    sell  coal
cash only, either with the order or
delivery.
GILLEY  BROS.. LTD.
JOSEPH  MAYERS,
BELYEA & CO.
Xew Westminster. Sept. 24.
we,
for
on
Columbia Street
New Westminster
**>*************************.********+****************��
ADVERTISE   IN   THt   SAILY   NEW.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
t

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.nwdn.1-0317271/manifest

Comment

Related Items