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Port Mann
PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES ft r
TYPEWRITERS
Standard  Make  $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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! Little
Stickers    That     Help
0f Trade Names A. E.;    wh;le Piague Are not Yet
Fight
j Board
White as Representative on
Improvement Committee.
Sale in  Westminster
Thla
ice-presi lent  of  the
Is aboul the time ol the year
that   the   Red  Cross Btatnps are for
,.  white,  viee-.loud,,.  .,.   mo sale in al   stationery and drug stores,
dof trade, Mayor l^ee and Alder-  The procoeds lrom the sale of these
"r j j.Johnston will go to Ottawa Sta .   go to the   Anti-Tuberculosis
i   New   Westminster    on   league,  which  lias charge of distrib-
whieh    will    make    a   Uting them in the different cities and
nan
to represen
I tte dele?atlon
enuoiis   endeavor    to    have    the towns.     The movement   is   Interna-
'vernment recognise the urgent need tional and every year B large sum is
���lug the Frasar river. realized In this manner.
ado Mrs. J
I of inoprov
At a ii"
last ni. li'
ind at a
Blttee
afternoon
Johnston
the com"1'"1'*'
tl,e councl'
Ictorla,  Nov,  25.~Mall  ad-
���lces from    Japan    state    that
��� Lewes  and   Hill,   two   Knglish-
��� men   Imprisoned   for   life   In
��� Japan for having   cast   away
��� the sailing ship A. enor on the
��� Japanese coast in 1906,    have
��� heen pardoned by the Emperor.
��� Captain Hill is seriously ill.
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SEATTLE'S   INDEBTEDNESS.
Half Amount for Which City Can  Be
Bonded  Is  Now Reached.
Seattle, Nov. 26.���With the signing
by Mayor II, ('. Gill of a bill passed
hy  the city council  authorising  the
ENTOMBED.
Evans vllle, Ind., Nov. 2">.���
It is reported that nine men
and a boy are entombed ln a
mine at Providence. Ky., and
that efforts to take tbem out
have been futile. A mine rescue car Is bein. rushed to
Providence from Llpton, Ind.
STEAMER ON WAY TU COAST
FORCED TO BURN HTTlNliS
��������������������������������������������������
BOOM  CONTINUES.
Sixty Minute Option Offered Transient
at Coquitlam  Yesterday.
The extent to which the real estate
men at Coquitlam are pushing their
business  is almost  unbelievable.
Selma,  Bound from   Liverpool  to Victoria,  Runs  Short  of  Fuel  Off
Uruguay���Will Run North.
Victoila, Nov. 25.���Two new coasting* steamers are coming to be added
to the many vessels now engaged In
the coastwise trade between Victoria.
Vancouver and Prince Rupert and
Stewart, one for the Northwest
Steamship company, wliich operates
the Bteumers Cetriann and Petriana.
and the other the steamer Selma.
a I which Is expecte.l early in December
Baleof municipal bond* to .the amount! traveller  who   came    through   \Vest!!"""  ,'h""""11
of $1,567,400 for extending the   city]
niGti school pupils
HOLD EXERCISES
. S. Gordon Delivers Interesting Address on Education���Musical Program.
���.,,... of Uie board Of Undo Mrs. J. Stilwell Clute. presldenl of
\ )���;. White was chosen, the Antl-Tuberculosls league ln New
eating al tlie finance com- Westminster, when railed up by the
Dally   News  last   night,  st ted
. of the city council on Thursday
.' iyor  I-ee  an J   Alderman
,,,:,   selected  as   the   men
wouid recommend    to
ts the proper delegates to
nake tlie trip to tb* capital.
The meeting laat night was largely
discussion  ol   what   should   be  the
attitude of the  delegates  when  they
reached Ottawa.    Much of the discus-
MMlOD was of a technical nature re-
Utlng to the soundings of  the  river
t'.mifw, i ut
platfoim tr>ing to pick up husiness.
One of these men approached    Hie
traveller  and   offered   him  an  option
llghl system, park extension and various other Improvements, the bonded
Indebtedness of Seattle is now   .lu,-
837,790.40.
fiat;    1;-v ,lll! terms of the charter   and
lir.  Pagen   Of  Victoria   had charm nf  8tate  B,atutes,   this  amount  is    about. ,.   ,      .
the dMri.m   , ha" "�� fl*l"'e tor which the city mayll"1 !1  cortaln  "le<'e of land ;  '   :"'""
h   dlsrlbution ol the stamps in Brit* be bonded.    The  new bonds  will  he"
ish toi umb ia. but  this  year she had I offered for sale In December and it is
not heart from bim in this   connec- believed thai a high price will be ob-
tion.    The stamps will  he placed on talned   '"   Uew   <)f   ,lie   Bood   offers
sale as soon as thev are received "1:'(le  for  bonds  disI'o-sed   of  a   few
weeks agn.
The Selma. which was formerly ���>
minster Junction yesterday stated j Hritish yacht, was bought by a syndi-
that there must have been fifty or cate ot Liverpool men for the British
sixty real estate men on the station' Columbia  coasting   trade,    and     was
aud o(uor
there is no
��� \ !���; White received some
hints thai will be useful to hlm when
he makes the trip.
Mavor l.ee suggested that previous
to starting tor Ottawa It would he
��y; for all tbe delegates from New
Westminster tm go down the river on
a i,..a ami see for themselves tho
tctaal conditions. His suggestion wns
that they should take along with
, ,v Bomeone, preferably Engineer
Keefer. so thaS they could get some
avthei i'dot niation      and    know
Bpoke    when    they    ap-
u .; before the members    ot   tlie
caldnei.
Wbea the  delegation   goes   it   will
Sisposal a mas.; of tabu-
POSTELLO PROVES ALIBI
IN HilillM ROBBER! CASE
Hindus Swear Accused Is Guilty Party
But    Austrian    Poles    Give
Contrary  Evidence.
NINETEENTH    CHILD
DIED    FROM
NEGLECT
This does not sound very startling.
but when it is considered that the
length of the option was one hour, it
shows that there Is something doing,
lu all the history of real estate in
British Columbia���and it bus bad1
many phases in many sections���it is
Improbable there ever was such a
feverish condition as there is at Coquitlam at the present time
Philadelphia, Nov. 25.���Coroner
Ford is today Investigating the allegation that Mrs. Anna Kelly, who is
only thirty-five years old. but who is
the mother of nineteen children, permitted her nineteenth to die through
neglect and starvation. This Mrs.
Kelly   denies,  although  she  admitted
A    NOISELESS     HOSPITAL.
Up-to-Date  Institution  to  Be  Built  in
Detroit.
Condi.ting evidence was tlie cause
or the dismissal of a charge of robbery with violence broughl against
Adam Posetllo on the complaint of
Sutjali Singh, which was finally
closed yesterday in tlie police coun
before Magistrate Edmonds. Com-
and figures relating to tbe plalnant and another Hindu swore
,.'���!',(��� water and they will be that Postello was the man who as-
��� tbe different mills operat- saultad and robbed Sutjab, but three
Inm the Fiaser with data concern- compatriots of tbe accused, who is an
hjttoloss and inconvenience their Austrian Pole, testified that he was
��� - suffer through the river with them in tlie Cosmopolitan hoteil
;��� ������       ���  in proper shave. at  the time of the aliened    robbery,
he delegation will pi ess Magistrate  Edmonds held    that    ae-
onjecture at the pres- cased hud proved an alibi, and   dis-
61 time. 1   '   it  i- probable tbat If it   missed the case.
TIk- remanded case of Thompson
alias L. Campbell, on a charge of
performing a hoi.'us marriage ceremony, came up for trial yesterday.
Accused pleaded  guilty and was  lined
Detroit, Nov. 24.���Detroit is to
bave the first complete modern
"'noiseless hospital" in the world.
This was decided upon by the offl-
under examination, tbat she bad been cials. physicians an.l benefactors of
unable to properly care for tbe baby.  Harper hospital at their regular meet-
She protested against going to jail,
saving that as she was the mother of
nineteen she ought not to be prosecuted. "And Coroner Ford." she
said, "as 1 am only thirty-five. I ex-
pecl  to have more children."
She
had  a
ing held tiiis afternoon. The enlarged
hospital, which is made possible by a
magnificent gift of $600,000 by four
Detroit citizens, each of whom is to
give $25,000 per year for six years,
v ill supplant tlie old Harper hospital
was   married   at   twenty   and on the present site.
child every  year since, and  in      All of the six new buildings will be
four   Instances   twins.     Her   huMnn.   orientated   north   and  south,   a  little
is  a  driver  for   a local    department to the  west,  so  tbat    each patient's
store.
Wl
_L    MAKE
APPLY
ATTEMPT   TO
SCOTT   ACT   IN  B. C.
a .  I he government tlie de-
::��� anee   thai   the Le Huron
Ktanp, i    some modification ol that
< ��� anied   into   effect   they
Bed
night's meeting it  was de-
ii'''.   tc   ���:dse    $500 to defray    Mr.
I enses.   Of thla $100 will
by   the  board   of  trade
and Hip pi si raised by private suscrlp-
tion.   l.   \   Lewis and W. U   Gilley
���ere iprolnted to committee to   en-
t'''      I      ilse tbe funds.
ilettei  was read from .1. D. Taylor.
Ne*  Westminster's  representative  at Two   Inseparable  Chums  Died  Within
O'.uw., that   Sir Wilfrid  Laurier and Two Hours' Time.
'' .voiild be prepared to meet      Port Arthur,  Nov.   24.���Robert   W
tlie i'iV win  as  boon   as  lt   arrived   Parsons   and   Louis   Ilobhs,   aged    31
im : and 27. natives of Kent, England, and
ll la evident  from the feeling dis- constant  chums since coming to Ca-
$100 and costs, with the altersatlv-
of three months' Imprisonment- His
fi lends paid tlie fine.
A vag was given two hours to V'ive
town, and a drunk lined $2.50 and
costs.
LIVED   AND   DIED   TOGETHER
room may  liave a great deal
red sunlight during the day.
lariums,   or   sunbath  rooms,   will  be
on the south end ot the building, The
main,  or  administrative building   Will
face the west.
ln   the  new   hospital  there  will   Ive
no cur hells, no ringing of telephones,
no   scurrying   about    of    mes^ngers
hunting   up  internes  or  nurses.     All
calls  will  be  made  not  by  hells,  but
Rnnort   and   ChMliwack   on   December  by light signals.    This system will be  further   adjourned   to   this
14."   .1.   Lome   McLaren   is   named   as  connected   throughout   the   six   build-  date to be fixed.
returning  olficor  for   Prince    Rupert,  ings. scattered over the several acres      The arrangement  for the
and   Henry   Ash wei I   fry   Chilliwack.  of  hospital   grounds.    On   each   floor
This   is  the   '   st   attempt   that     ha-  in  every  hospital building  will  be a
been made to apply the Scott Act in  nurses' station conveniently and cen-
this province. trally located.    At this station will he
The number of names appended'to at least one nurse on duty constantly,
the   petition  asking  that  a  vote   be  Near these stations   will    be    plione
Th.e annual commencement exercises of the Royal City High school
were held In the opera house laul
evening. T. .1. Trapp. chairman if the
board of scliool trustees, pres'.dlng.
The event of the evening was au address by .1 3. Gordon. M.A., Inspector
of high schools for British Columbia.
who pointed out to Uie audience thes
importance of education and culture.
and more particularly of advanced
education in the prosperity and pro
gress of the nation,
This fact was too generally recog'-
nl/ed to nee I emphasis, and no.vheie-
in Hritish Columhla had it been moro
readily recognized in the past than
ln the city of Westminster, willed
bud one of the best educational systems In the world. He did not propose to waste time In eulogizing ��lie>
schools of this city. When an Institution rested content with the l:uue!s
won in the past, that Institution wa.-*
dead. And the time had comn when
Westminster should make another
step in Its progress. To do so the
first essential was a new High school.
The present quarters, ln which the-
hundred and seventy odd High school
students are housed, is not suitable.
Tliey have no proper accommodation,
being allotted only five rooms; tliey
intermingle witli children much
younger than they, which ls not good
for any of them, they have not the
proper equipment, and they require
more highly salaried teachers in order
,to raise the standard of efficiency to
its highest pitch. More than all Is
irequired a hand of pub'in-mtnded
citizens who Will use all their mors.1
Influence and a-; much material assistance as possible to effect the pur-
vincial hoard of water commissioners  pose in  view.
an important hearing W listed for, a musical program ot Bome merit
Monday next. This is a despute as was rendered by the. students glee
to the priority of rights In the water club< students'  orchestra, and    Mis*
Laura Lavery.  piano  soloist.
At Intervals presentation was made
the    governor-general's    medals,
last reported from Coronel on October
27, en route here.
She had a rough voyage. The
steamer put Into Monte Video on October 7, and reported having encountered heavy weather In the Atlantic
from September 27 to 30, and was
short of fuel when she arrived at the
Uruguayan port.
Some of the woodwork and flttincs
of the vessel were burned to reach
Monte Video. A survey was held at
that port and repairs were etected.
She was next reporte 1 on October 27,
from Coronel.
IMPORTANT HATER CASE
COMING DP FOR HEARING
Dispute   as  to   Priority   of   Rights
San   Jose   River  to   Be  Argued
on   Monday.
on
Victoria, Nov.  25.���Before the pro
of  di- of the San Jose river that bas arisen
Tbe so-  between J. P. Murphy, of tbe 141-Mile  r,f
Victoria. Nov. 25.���The official
Ca.'ctte this week contains the proclamation of the vote to be taken on
the Cana la Temperance act. general-
!v known as the Scott Act. In Prince
House, and tbe Order of OblaU-
Fatbers. established for years past at
St. Joseph's mission, Cariboo. Evidence herein was taken befoie the
board at l.",u-Mile House In September last, an adjournment being taken
to Kamloops, where the case again
came   up  on   October  12  to  be  st. 1
city   at   a
senior and junior matriculation certificates and other prize; and certlft-
cates.
Prizes for special subjects were
presented as follows: Cheque for
$25, first matriculation examination,
won by Miss Price, donate' by T. S.
Annandale. Cbeque for $1". Jinlor
matriculation. French, won by Miss)
Margaret MoNiven, presented by l*.
A. Lewis. Prize of $. . .Miss Lillian
hearing  Popp    English   essay,   riven   by  J.   .��..
GUSHER
AT    MEDICINE
HAT
taken  was twenty-four in Prince Rupert, and 149 in Chilllawek.    The result   of  the   vote  will   be   proclaimed
December 16.
In the event of the Scott Act bein;
booths: also at each station will be a
glass door cabinet built in the wall
to contain a series of lights, each
light
has latterly been awaiting agreement jones,
with counsel engage 1. and it    is    believed that  Monday will suit all con- ANOTHER
corned. 1
L. G. McPliillips. K. C; and Fred J. 	
Fulton. K. C. are re-appearing for the ; Medicine Hat, Nov. 25.���Another
Fathers, and S. S. Taylor. K. C, for Kleat Kas gusher was successfully
Murphy. capped on  the C.  P.   R.  propeity (o^
The  issue  is  as  to  priority  of  re- (lav    The ,'p���t|, ���. iq42 feet deen umi
���anied Hie law provides that license cabinets will be operated from a cen-
played tl it    the present    delegation nada. U>ok 111 of typhoid fever on tl
will e   to the capital witu a more de- same day   at   their  boarding   booee, mont
he  holders   shall   have   at    least    three  tral cabinet located in the physicians'  the eat Her  days of the provlnci
Be. months to dispose of their stock.   Af- room  In  the administrative  buildir. .. also presented for consideration
BURGLARS REMOVE SAFE
FROM SHOP AT LANGLEY
termincd idea    of    getting    what    it
wants than any deputation which has e.  '��� "tl.
Wei  invaded the  east  on  the  same
mission
11 S i'nitis favored the idea of
deeping on the job until that which
was wanted was receive I. Mayor
i**- toll wed np ibis suggestion, statin, that the delefeattlon would not
���***��� (oi whal tbey wanted, but for
Whal thej  must have.
Tlie following Is tbe personnel of
'':' '' i delegation ns far as It has
wfn chosen up to the present time:
'"'-n Rurnaby. Reeve Rvrne and
Councillor Rumble: South Vancouver,
Reeve Pound, R. C. Hodgson: Point
',:'     "<'   H    Higgins.  .1.  O,   lliitcbin-
"  inster council. Mavor l.ee  tiiid   was  pulled  off
man Johnston   (subject    to
���   by  the    council!;   West-
mi'-''   board of trade. A. K. White.
hree   months In every one of the SOO rooms of the determination.
,���,! ui.-u witnln a couple o, noun ...  ter the expiration of t ,,,������, ,,.    ,    .. ,.,n   ...
er lust night at the hospital,  the law goes Into force by proelamn- new hospital Will also be a call sys
tion and no repeal vote can be taken tem  of lights  for patients,
for three years.
BAT IS CONFIDENT.
Yeggmen   Use    Explosive   to    Wreck
Money Depository���About Three
Hundred Dollars Secured.
Nelson  Sure  He Can    WhiD    British
Champion Owen Moran.
',5.���F.ven
-TUDY    TUBERCULOSIS.
Sc he:
Uni-
w
five
'^ips to Be Provided fo
versity  Students.
Gage has offered to provide
L   uage
at ships of .10(1 each, to be
'A - i to.the students who make a
',' ily   of  tuberculosis   at   the
;",s   '������ ' ottage Sanitarium, Graven-
hurst, Ont. ���
Tlle object of these scholarships is
\ ' ' purpose of extending the in-
' token In the study of tubercu-
,'s      ;ll"l    of   encouraging   research
v',;.    In  this subject.
'" " scholarships have been offer-
(,; 'D the students of the Cntversity
J To ronto, and whilst It is not pos-
,',,";  '"   take   advantage    of    this
!1" dining Hie present session, it
""d that next year arrangements
made  so  tbat  students may
au  themselves   of   the   provisions
" .!U"> tbat tbey wlll take nn ac-
'nterest   in   competing   for  the
''"���fi.    The intention  ls that
J'""*   should   go   to   Giavenburst
teside there for a spectfle I time,
f.el.""1"''  that  they  may  avail  them-
culoti ��f tl,e c,1n*���l study of tuber-
lifj \    .,"u ��wing to the large num-
t,    "' final students ln attendance at
o|   ."'"vPi'sity this year and because
"olculUea  In  the  time' table,  lt
Hon r "1(1 lmP��88ll>le to make provl-
"esslo an'angement until next
One of the boldest burglaries that
ias ever been perpetrated in the dis-
.t Langley on
Thursday night when some men en-
tored the butcher shop belonging to
Mi Guild, removed a heavy safe
bodily fiom llie building, took it
across the streel  to a vacant space
behind the Clt.   hall,  blew the safe to
pieces  and  decamped  with  a  small
amount   of   cash,   seine   cheques     and
some valuable books, the whole loss
amounting to about $300. The burglars also took a rifle from the shop.
At the time tbe safe was taken from
the building there were people sleeping above, and the burglars must
have done some neal work to get
away In tlie manner they did,
a, man who bad been seen hanging
nrnunJ the locality for some days wus
and
brought to t
name, or whctlu-i
stolen
San     Francisco.     Nov.     26.
money choice with a man over
he would have been a topheavj
Ite one year ago.    Rattling    Nelson,
after many weeks of the "come buck"
cure, stopped training today and announced   that    after    his   fight    With
owen Moran. the British lightweight,
here tomorrow, he would be a candidate   for   B   second   engagement   with
Champion Ad Wolgast.
Th* former head of the lightweight  ment.
Hsi  is confident of his ability L> best
Moran.
having  a   number  representing cord���an  issue  both  as  to  fact  and j|ie yield three million feet per day:
an interne.    The   lights    in all these law.    The definition and    extent    ol  fhe C.  P.  R.  will experiment in the
liparian rights under crown grants In transportation of natural gas from
tlie province is Medicine Hat to points further west
ini' and to this end has two special cars
made In Germany, each equipped witli
thirty-six cylinders which are fifteen
feet by eight inches in slr.e Trains
now running west of Medicine Hat
have been using the gas ns an illumi-
nant for some time and tanks will'
be built as renewal points uloag thc
line.
 , . j
DR. SISSON   TAKES   A
I FLING   AT   NEWSPAPERS
When a
patient wishes to summon a nurse be
presses a conductor held in tbe band
on tbe bed. and immediately a light
showing the number of the room
lights up in tlie cabinet at tbe nurses'
station; also a little light comes on in I __	
Ihe room at the bead of the patient's
bed. and no one can turn this light off  Positions  Will   Be  Ready  by  End
READY TO NAME STATE OE
CANADIAN NAVAL COLLEGE
of
COLD   BATHS    MAKE
ROSES    STAND    FROST
whom except the nurse who comes to   an-
favor- swer  the  call.    This   prevents  noise
and   confusion,   and   wi'l    often    preclude patients being left In danger.
Airing balconies and a roof garden, to which patients nre often taken in their beds by specially planned elevators, are alsri on tbe plan.
Another feature of the new hospital
will be a new "oui" patient depart-
This department will be one
especially devoted to patients who
are not sick enough to stay in the
hospital, but sick enough to lmve
scientific treatment such ns a hospital
ran give. Persons may be patients
in this depart ment and yet be resni-
larly employed In any part of the city,
reporting to the hosnltal at stated
times for treatment. This feature has
heen brought to Its highest perfections  by  Dr.   Mcintosh   at   tbe   cele-
Year���Several Firrrs Prepare
to Tender for Battleships.
Walla  Walla,  Nov.  2a.���Dr.   E.   O.
I Sisson.  of  the  I'ni-e.slty  of   Wash-
j lngton,   was   one   of   the    principal
* ���* speakers nt the teachers' institute; to-
.,       ...     ,n������������,��n,ont ij  day.    He spoke of Abraham Lincoln.
Ottawa   Nov. 25.���Announcement is      ��� *  .
uuuwu. **>***. . saying  he  had   been  greatly   misiin-
made at the naval branch tbat appli- forgtood as most people thought of
cations will be received up to the end i,im as a teller of funny stories, while
of the year for posltlotfa on the in- In reality he was a deep-thinking,
structlon staff of the Naval college at  serious  ran.    Incidentally   he  to >k il
fling nt newspapers tor playing up the
ridiculous side of things, Biylns  tliev
should  devote more
serious matters.
attention to t!ie*
will
I
Will
ti e
Dl'(
arrested    yesterday
e city this morning. His
he had any Of    the
stuff  in   bis  possession   when
arrested, could not be learned.
The robbery is the second one that
has   occurred   in   Langley   this   week
anl tlie residents there are becoming
alarmed.    It Is thought that .be   men,    ^^  ^  ^
responsible   we   strangers    but   it. 0.        0K,i���lns,
rather pecullai    place _ '',��� (justification of tbe hnbl
 iiiim bathing.
such a l
Andowr. Mass.. Nov. BB.���The next
time Peary goes to the North oole he
mav tak* along a shoveftil of dirt and
make a bed of roses.    The queen of
the    flower    realm   is    not  trelllsed brated infirmary [n Scotlan'. ofwhl-b
there now. but there is a prospect.      j,e js the bead.
M.  F. D'Arcy. of this place, bas a
hundred bushes that are still blootn-
hifl outdoor gar len.    One d iy  last
la"e work  of
in
HINDU VS. GREEK.
Halifax.
The   posi'ions   to   be   filled   are   as
follows:    One    senior muster, salary
| hi to $2700, tine" masters In phy-
si'cs ami mathemath'S, $1800 to $2400,
one master of Piencli an I German,
$400. four hours per week, one naval
instructor. $1 per day and ui'iirte.s
on the Nlobe: three naval school masters $l.fid to $2.20 per day and (|uav-
It Is stated that before the end of ously, and
the year various firms which have Jected to I
declared their Intentim of consider- day in a riot caused by a c'-isti of
in- the construction of warships and stilking garment workers 'and tbe
have   inspected   the   plans,   will    be  non-union  workers on  the n;:rthwest
' tenders.
Ife Anna,
accused by
'iota   nnd
THREE   SHOT   IN    RIOT.
Clash    of    Strikers    and     Non-Unlbf*
Workers   Ends   Seriously.
Chicago.   Nov.   26.���Three   Dqrsonsr
were shot, one being woundel  scrl-
many   others   were   sub-
ruin  of  bullets  lie-c*   (o-
.,"'"""' i   mJZaJZaV*n~tim ivMn of tha Eagles' hall on Manday night between tbe
bloom is exposed to the s��oep of the  ��   ^ ^�� Ughtwelght champion  taken  before tbey  are  again  placed
Mr   of Canada and Amont Ram. champion iin the bands of the minister of public.
Whether either of, works
I autumn winds.
Is  no map l
about   It,
aeems s
strangers to choose ror can
precarious occupation.
Endless   Fish   Supply.
Melbourne,  Nov.  26.-AB   invest!, n-
jK ii.oui ue rede,.fti    lisheries
s;,: i: shU ssSi. s..ppiy of
fi^'-Aiisirani-n^-^J-
Man
successful
It ls merely a neSv i wrestler of India,
t of daitv cold J the men ls entitled to the designation
These busftea get a shower Ib bard to say, but tt is certain that
hath of unwarmed Water every morn- thev are both wrestlers of some merit
ing before sunrise.   Tbis prevents the and ought to put on a.good match.
ost   from   harming   them.      Their!    The Hindu weighs 100 pounds while
owner says    one    can    malt,     roses  bis opponent weighs on y 135.    A   a
bloom at any time of the year with  recent  match  at  Millside the  Hindu
i  rare , succeeded In dlsnobing of the   plucky
P Mr   V*rttr_ rose bushes hid two Greek, but the latter Is confident ot
t���.c.   prove hs succe^.., - -jry   ge-u of  blooms last year,  the  flrst turning the tables on Monday nl.bt
mens     It  is demonstrated th^t it Is se b|o��om�� -*      The program    will    start    at 8.30
Sble .�� Place on  the   Me bourne ^"n.: ^  ^^ pre Imlnaries
Ket Art at tbe r����rtaWr  IwrJJJJJE are promise! before the main bout,
price of two pence per pound.
l(
An efovt will be made tc bring
tbe debate on the address to a close
In the commons on Mondav
Wilfrid Laurier will probablv speak
on that day, and the vote will In all
probability be taken afterwards. However, it ?oems that a number of Quebec members who have already spoic
JIU-JITSU
Japanese Methods Introduced for the
Benefit of Toronto Pcllce.
Toronto, Nov.  ...���Japanese wrest-
Sir Hug methods are being Introduced lo-
the Toronto pollce  force.    The  first
lesson was given in tbe armories yesterday   afternoon,   wben   a   putty   of
fifty   recruits,   under  the   Instruction
of Serge-mt Reeves, gave   a   demoa-
en want to do so again. In view of stratlon Illustrating Its advantages In
new matters tbat has been Introduced, mak lng arrests. So far only four
bv Nationalist orators. The debate,, holds have been taught, however. If
therefore may go over until Tues-ipated a regular course In Jlu-iKwi
��&y iwl'.l probnbly le established.. -.4
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER
)_*
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h
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���A RESIDENT AGENT TO
write flre insurance in the district;
only good p'oducer need apply, giv-
iug t'uil particulars with credentials;
good commission. Applications to
be forwarded to A. L, Cardin, 503
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, B. C.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
SURE KINGSTON CONVICT
DIDN'T WRITE FAMOUS HYMN
527  Front St., New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
WANTED ��� GIRL      FOR      LIGHT,
Uuties at Victoria boarding   house;
good  wages.    Brunette street, Sapperton.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply to 301 Queens
avenue.
WANTED���POSITION ON FARM, 7
years experience in general farming. Address H. N., care Daily
News.
WANTED���A CHILDREN'S NURSE
for four months. Apply Mrs. Dr.
Jones, 4S  Royal avenue.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved. with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Fu'l
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���DINING ROOM FURNl-
ture, parlor tables and stove, at St.
Barnabas' rectory, corner Fifth and
Tenth   streets.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
.Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TEuMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279. Clty.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO  LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
inoly '1' Trew strew'
KOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor,  j
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.    Telephone 806,
Room   13   Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Investigators   Satisfied   That   the   Author of "Just for To-day" was of
Roman    Catholic   Origin. j
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
IOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets I. tn(
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tniro
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at a p.m. Annual
meeilngs on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may b�� j
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS
bars and solicitors, Westmlnstei
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H
L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLER. McQUARRlE & I
MARTIN���Barristers and'Solicitors
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and ��
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flees, Wll'iams building, 41 Gran
ville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, expert accountant and
auditor. Agent for the Hall Sa e
Co. Office, room 5, Market Block,
opposite City Hall, Columbia St.
,!fy.    Phon�� I.R7H
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
Toronto, Nov. 25.���.1. Edward Jones
of  this  city,  after an  exhaustive  in-:
qulry, has decide! that the claim of
W. G.  Huckle, tho Hamilton convict,'
now  in  Kingtson  i enitentiary, to the
authorship of tlie hymn, "Just for To-(
day," is quite untenable.
Venerable  Archdeacon  WUberforce, j
of Westminster Abbey, says that tho
hymn  was    first    brought to his    attention in 1873, when he had it print-!
ed on his pledge cards.    The hymn,
according to. the archbishop, is of ancient  Roman  Catholic origin, as one i
of  the  original  verses  contained  the |
invocation:     "Teach   me   to   live   as
Mary's Child."
The author was a nun and a sister
af Bernard Partridge, the "Punch"
artist. Her father, the late Prof-
fessor Partridge, F. R. S., was at
one time president of the College of |
Surgeons and professor of anatomy
in the Royal Academy.
Archdeacon WUberforce, in hfs letter to Mr. Jones, points out that when
he was conducting a series of total
tbstinence meeting in Canada in 1S77
several thousand pledge cards with
the poem on the back were circulated
throughout Ihe Dominion. "Perhaps,"
suggests the Archdeacon, "our convict brother was one of those who
signed the pledge with me, and so became possessed of the hymn."
Archdeacon Wilberforee refers to
the fact that W. 11. Howlantl was
Mayor of 'Toronto at the time the
nicotines mentioned were held, hut
as the late W. H. Howland was mayor
in 1887, Mr. Jones thinks his correspondent must be mistaken as to the
'ates. and that the* hymn came into
'lis possession in 1S87, rather than
in  1877.
dl' the month i.s scheduled for next
Wednesday when the marriage
of Mr. ll. A. Bourne, Vancp-tver, and
Miss Edith Johnston, of this city, will
take place.
��� .    ���
Tlie Navajo club held    their    first
dance of the season  in  St.  Patrick's
lhall on Tuesday evening.    The music
was  supplied  by  Rushton's orchestra
and   was   thoroughly   enjoyed   by   all
present.
.Mis.  J.   P.   Hampton    Bole    entertained a lew of her friends on Tuesday  afternoon,  having as  her  guests'
Mrs.    G.   B.  Corbould,    Mrs.    Henry'
Doyle.  Mrs   Ardagh,  Mrs.  A.  M.  Ma-1
Hns, Mrs. C. E. Doherty, Miss Martin.1
Miss Josephine Martin, Miss Corbould
and Miss Cotton.
��� ���    ���
Now tbat St. Patrick's hall is completed a number of dances are being
talked of, among them being the Ten-j
nls club ball, to take place in December, and the hospital dance on Janu-j
ary   12.    The  committee  having   thel
latter in charge is a most capable one, t
assuring the success of the event.
Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of   vi,.   ge
Builders' Hardware in tkis City.
Before Building See Us, as we Ibelieve* wc   can'' .���
���* . t'JVc  you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   POINTS   and   OIK
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd,
The at home given at the residence
of Mrs. T. G. Langlois, by the Vancouver Women's Educational club on
Wednesday was atteudod by a large ||
number of the members of the local
branch of this city. A most Interesting musical program was given, after
which  tea was served.
HOUSEWIVES'   UNION.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
���treet-
TO  LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS. AP-
ply    udstairs Trapp    block,   corner j
Ontnrnblp sfeet and Clarkson
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED I3ED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
5 p. in. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
��t>����-t-
MISS  M.  BROTEN,   public   stenogra-!
pher;   specifications,    business    let- j
ters,    etc.;    circular    work    taken
Phone   415.     Rear   of   Major    ancl ���
Savage's office. Columbia St. '
LOST.
LOST���ON SATURDAY, A CHEQUE
for fl3.50 cn Royal Bank of Canada. Kindly leave same at 863 Columbia stieet west and receive reward.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
REAL ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO
Real  Estate  and   Insurance  Agents-
City,   farm   and   sunnrbnn   property.
628 and 7-ifi Columbia St.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON^X^ATLrMr^FISiL FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
LOST���BLACK
WAGON
COVER,
waterproof,  between
Blick
ie
stieet
and  George
Cunnin;
. ham'.'
3
black
smith   s'lop.
Finder
please
notify
Daily  News.
T. P. Morrison
J. H. Taylor
Phone C24.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind.  Prompt
attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.      New Westminster, B.C.
SOfOOL BOOXSl
Scliool Supplies
AND [EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  A T 	
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street���-65
New Westminster, B. C.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts lasued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities ln the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantei?
and detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
prietor. Works: Corner Elevent!
and car line. P. O. box 254. PBom
473.
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to
date in the city. Terms moderate
First class cuisine. J. Trachy, Prop
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST
Phone 103. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod *
Watkins, proprietors.
Wife of Socialist Member of Congress
Would Handle Half Cash.
Mrs. Meta Berger, wife of Victor
L. Berger. of Milwaukee, the first
Socialist to be elected to congress.
Is not a delegate to the convention
of the American Federation of Labor
at St. Louis, but is there because she
!s a Socialist and a suffragette, and
attends all public meetings in which
her husband has part.
"1 never had an opportunity to be
a member of a union," Mrs. Berger
said the other day. "But there is
one union that I am going to join as
-oon as it is organized.    That is the
| Housewives'  Union.
"Women have social equality    with
! men  now,  and   political   equality    te
���orr ing.  but   we  must also  have eco-
j noniloft equality. The Housewives'
union would be a good means to this
, end.     It   would   do    for   a    starter.
|anyhow.
"Why   shouldn't   there   be   a   mini-
jmum scale of allowance from the husband to the wife. I think it shoul.   be
I at least half of all he earns.    For if
'��� the woman did not tnke full charge
of the home, the man could only
spend half the time he does making
money. So, you see, one half of his
wages really belongs to the wife, as
his  partner.
"Women do not receive the same
wages as men, simply because they
i e not fought to be recognized. We
have to fight for everything we get.
We had tj light for social equality.
Now we are fighting for'polltical and
economic equality."
Mrs. Berger is tlie first woman ever
elected to public office. In Milwaukee. She ls a member of the school
board, having been elected on the
Socialist  ticket.
Mrs. G. E. Corbould was the hostess I
lon  Monday at a most  enjoyable work
I tea  given   for  Mrs.   English,  nf  Oak-'
land.    The guests included Mrs. Char-:
[ leson,   Mrs.   Malins,   Mrs   de   Pencier,
Mrs   Gauvrenu;  Mrs.  Yuengling, Mrs.!
Davidson,  Mrs./G   B.  Corbould.  Mrs.,
Ardagh, Mrs. T. J. Armstrong, Mrs. R.I
'Eden   Walker.   Mrs.   Ban lay   Martin
and a few others.
���    ���    ���
The  Christmas   holidays   being     so j
near bazaars are in full swing.    The :
ladies   of   St.>   Peter's   cathedial   are
today bringing to a close a most sue-
cessful    one.    St.    Barnabas'    church
, will have a sale of work on Wednesday afternoon and evening of November 30.    The W.  A. society of  Holy
'Trinity  are arranging their's  for  De-!
I cemher 8.
>    ���    ���
Mrs.  H.  C.  Major  was  Uie  hostess
on   Thursday   afternoon   of  a   miscei-
I laneous shower given  in honor of    a
j bride-elect. Miss Edith Johnston.    All
j the    appointments    were    beautifully
.carried out in mauve and green. After
lan exciting guessing contest in which
IMiss  Johnston  carried  off  the   prize.
j tea  was   served  in  the  dining   room
at   small   tables,   each   being   lighted
by candles with mauve shades. Among
tliose present were Mrs. C. G.  Major,
j Mrs.  Frank    Pearson.    Mrs. Collister,
[Mrs. Charles Gordon, Mrs. J. .1. John-
. ston,  Mrs.  Alex    Cunningham,    Miss
I Macgowan,   Miss    Owen.     Miss  Warwick, Miss   Drew.   Miss   Dauphlnee,
Miss Watson   Miss Fletcher and  Miss
Villa Hall.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 16, the SS. Transfer will leave Rrackm
Ker wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m.   ;,,
Ladner, Weitham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New  Westminster Saturday evening
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m    od I.idner  fl
7:30 a.m.    Additional trip Monda)  morning, leaving    Ne itmln
ster at 5 a.in.
This schedule subject to c! ange without notice.   Fur freight and  'I
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
6 acres 6n Pitt River Road
Price, $500 per acre
15 acres in  D.L. 67, on trackage
$500 per acre.    $2000 cash
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.  H.  McCormick  Manager Heal Estate Departmenl
451   COLUMBIA STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LAHOR AGENTS! MANA
ger G. J. Sykes), C2 Powell street
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders foi
male help. King us up. wire oi
write if unable to visit us.
I. O. O. F.   AMITY   LODGE   NO.   27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ure held In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. VV. 11. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secretin
White Star-Domini on
Canadian Service
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laurentic    Dec. 3
New triple screw, 14,892 tons.
Canada   Dec. 10
Twin screw, 514 feet long.
a******a**aa***s *
For rates, berth reservations, etc.,
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
619 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Society
At Home Days���Tuesdays.
Mrs. Annandale (first), Mrs. Davidson (first), Mrs. G. E. Corbould (flrst
and second), Mrs. J. C. Armstrong
(flrst), Mrs. Cassidy (flrst and third),
vlrs. J. H. Diamond (second), Mrs. J.
Still well Clute (flrst and second),
Mrs. Frank Pearson (second), Mrs.
Qatlvreau (second and third), Mrs.
Albert Hill (first and second), Mrs. C.
E. Lewis (flrst and third), Mrs. Gaynor (fourth), Mrs. E. A. Greame
(lirst), Mrs. Graccy (first), Mrs.
Sutherland (first), Mrs. F. Nigel Sin
Clair (first), the Misses Homer (first),
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert II. McMain, of
Kitsilano, were the gnosis of Mrs. J.
C. Hrown during the week.
��� ���    ���
Mr. and Mra. Henry Edmonds returned on Tuesday from their visit
to Nelson, Kamloops and Savonas.
��� ���    *
Mrs. Barclay Martin moved on
Tuesday into Mrs. A. M. Herring's
residence wliich she has taken for
the winter.
��� ���   ���
Among the social events next, week
is the at home to he given on Tuesday by Mrs. J. E. Hawkshaw, 217
Fifth avenue.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. F. J. Coulthard returned on
Monday from a most delightful three
months' trlr to Montreal and New
York.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. C. G. Major will receive for
the first time since her marriage on
Tuesday, from four to six, at her
home, 501  Queens avenue.
��� ���   ���
The Misses Corbould left on Monday for a short visit to Seattle. Miss
Clare Corbould will return via Victoria, where she will visit her sister,
Mrs. Schofield, for a few weeks.
��� ���   ���
One of the most Important events
A Phenomenal Success
I The Opening Day of our Big
REMOVAL SALE
The Public have responded freely to our offerings
of high-grade Footwear at manufacturer's prices.
I To-day we intend making a record in regards to
I sales in this city. Extra help has been secured.
I Everybody will be waited on with as little delay as
| possible.   So come with the crowd to-day.   Remem- |
I ber we are forced to vacate our present premises by
the 31st day of December.
Only 30]\days left to dispose of a
$20,000 stock of the
Highest-grade  Footwear
in this city
Everything Reduced No reserves
_____
i
THE SHOE  MAN |
629 Columbia Street New Westminster
J satu
'l0gica
dAYi NOVEMBER  26,  1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THIIEK.
^REMEDY FOR ECZEMA.
rent  remedies have heen
Man!' (1'ff   ',,',"., and other    skin disced '"''   ' ��� |a now known that the
Lses.   ' .'. ,��� cure Is a mild, soothing
****"    tihle cure m �����> ���"��������� ��� a
on"' P��s6'DJ ,,., 0f Oil of Wlntergreen,
lllil"11 ��� -���A    ~*V"��"    ��tior��HI.
. rivceiine, and other ingredl-
Wn,n irfullv compounded that
f"18 Gradient 'has Us proper effect.
each 1����" ,���| is now made up in
Thl? ''",,| prescription. Ten years
the i> ', ..M,| thousands of cureB
ol BUC,Chea8merit of this wonderful com
R. T. PRINCE
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
and AUDITOR
�����- .tbi?,.rthe most convincing proof
Wllltld.  "Ul
remedy by any eczema
Bliofl
poun-. .
j^a trial of tne
8"ffenr'D will l"'ove t0 you that you
"��� '    ......i    The very first    drops
������ _? ' "ou nistant relief.
��lll P"   ,1,.    p.  D.  D. Laboratories,
Urit'!   M   49 Colhorne street, Tor-
WP1 ;r .'. f'ree trial bottle, and prove
o"10' t0Lrful effectiveness.
,W W��nF J MACKENZIE, Druggist.
Agents  for  the   HALL   SAFE  CO.
OFFICE:      Room   B,   Market   Block
Opposite City  Hall.
Phone L578. P. 0. Box 795
ADVISES WOMEN TO
JAKE UP GYPSY LIEE
spec!lie for nervous diseases, lt Is
the ideal rest cure. It Is much better even than living in the most attractive country homes because of
the    dally    change    of    surrounding
English Girl Enjoys Nomadic
Life���Now Touring America in Lazy Fashion.
WIFE AND SON PLEADED
FOR LIMIT SENTENCE
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
BO CHONG
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Who has heen In the Tailor Husiness
In Vancouver for a number of years,
litis 0] enod up a similar husiness in
this city. Latest fashions. Suits
made to order. Fit guaranteed. Phone
r>l or call at Kwonft On Wu Building.
<67 Columbia ttreei
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
in connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
St. Lousl, Nov. 26.���Miss Ida Gordon-Stables, daughter of a noted
English physician and captain of the
land yacht Wanderer, is in St. Louis
for the purpose of Inspiring Americans with a love for the gypsy life.
"Any woman can Itml health and
happiness if she will be a gypsy." she
told a reporter. "Carvanning is a species of restoration unknown in America, but I hope to Introduce it Into
this country. I might say that 1 wus
reared in a varavan, a house on wh ee s
In which my father and mother and
I lived and travelled from May to
[October every year. I am quite sure
thai   if  Americana once take  up the
it    will   he-
"THE    ROYAL   LINE."
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
I HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R  113.  Office:   Princeis St
XMAS   SAILINGS.     M
Prom Halifax'
"Koyal   Edward"    Dec. 7
"Koyal   George"    Hee.   14
"Koyal   Edward"    Dec.   28
And  Fortnightly  thereafter.
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Most  Direct  Route to  Bristol, London
and  the  Continent.
Tickets and Reservations from   E.
Goulet, ('. 1'. K. agent, or write to Win.
[Stapleton.  General   Agent,  227   Main
' street, Winnipeg.
pastime  of   caravanning
eome extremely popular."
With the affection of a Bailor for
his phip, Miss Gordon-Stables al-
ways refers to the Wanderer as
"she." |
"Vou could not Imagine any craft
pmore Bhipshape," she said. "Her fin
ish of mahogany throughout, and she
has living accommodations for four
persons, Besides the sleeping apartments there is a living room and kitchen. Our bathroom, I think, Is quite
ingenious. We stretch curtails
around the driver's seat and the
dashboard and bathe In a collapsible
tub on the front platform as, 1 think,
you  would  call  it   in  America.
"Caravan life is a delightful existence My father. Dr. William (kir-
don-Stahles. who died less than a
year ago. used  tn say that   it   was a
scenery.
"Not all our wandering life is spent
in the caravan. We have tents with
us, and when we come upon a likely
camping place we pitch them and
live outdoors. On the average we
do twenty to twenty-flve miles a day.
As a rule, we avoid the towns and
keep to the open country.
"We   cany   a   stock   of   provisions,
and   for   variety   we  have  fresh   milk.
I butter,    eggs  and   poultry   obtained
from farmers.    1 do not know how it ���
lis  in   America, but   in   Kngland a far- j
'mer Is offended if a raravanner offers |
to pay  him  for anything.
"I   am   interested   In   learning   what
soil   of  roads  you   have  here   in   America,    in   England   practically  every
oountry road and nearly all the lanes
are   asphalt    roads.     We   have   seen
very  rough  traveling in the mountain
regions of  Scotland  and  in  the hogs
of   Ireland.    My  mother  and   I   wlll
make   the   journey   and   we   hope    to
cruise in the Wanderer from the Atlantic  to  the  Pacific  coasl     I  hope
to  pay  the expenses of ihe Journey
by   writing, as my  father always did.
Pm   our  American  tour  we  probably   shall   lit   the  Wanderer  with   mo-
tois.     In   England  it   is drawn  hy  two
horses.     This   method   ol'   propulsion
mi. hi   prove  too  slow  to  suit   American   ideas.    For  ourselves,  we  shall
select    the   motors   for   powei'   rather
than  for speed and  shall nol  attempt
to   break   any   time   records   in   crossing the country,    Half the ilnnm-w
caravanning is to move lazily acrOBs
the country, enjoying the scenery and
resi ing your nerves.
"In England we have a caravan
club, of which my father was vice-
president. There is an annual meet,
where all the members who can do
so attend with the caravans. I sliall
remain in St. Louis ahout two weeks
and may \isit many other cities Pi
nn effort to make caravanning popular  in   America."
8:00 a.m., and every half hour there-
after until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Car�� leave Vaucouver for New Westminster at v. mi and 9:0u a.m., und
e��ery half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at ��.:00 a.m.. nnd ev����ry naif
hour thereafter until  11  p.m.
  Eburne  Line.
New York. Nov. 26.���Lee P. Wood-   Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   T
ward, forty-nine years old, a college     "n\ an<1 *,ery ll0"u' n pm-���,
*    Cars leave Vancouver at 7  a.m. ant
graduate, and a member of an old and      every hour until 10 p.m.
honored    Pennsylvania    family,    was  On  Sundays cars leave  Westminster
College-Bred Man Sent Down for Five
Years���Beyond   Redemption,   Says
Woman.
sentenced today to live years at Sing al s "���"'��� t0 '" pm-
,,,            .     ,     .              ,',.., On Sunday* cars leave Vancouver at
Blng, and adjudged an habitual elm- g . .���_ ,() ,() pffl
Inal by Judge Malone of general ses- o.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,  Nevi
slons. It was an affidavit from Woodward's divorced wife that caused the
judge to give the prisoner the limit
for his offence. He has served several  prison  terms.
Last.     Fchruary,    Woodward,    who
Westminster.
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster
a in. arrives Seattle 3:06 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
8:11
1.0:31
Last.      i-enriiary,     wquuwoiu,     ��������"       ���-��� ���      ���       a.���ftia    ..ir   n ���>
was   then   living  at   Columbus,   N.  J.,   a. in,   arrives   Sea   .���  3 IB   P. ....
passed a had cheque for (59
Leaves
New    Westminster    <::'>���
Mrs.   Cariie   Woodward,   the.man's ' p. ml  arrive.^"{^.ffV.,,
former  wife, said:    "In  my  belief, he      Leaves      ���...,,,,.   -���������-, a m
is  heyond   redemption.    Nothing  H*F~v�� l&tff 8-05 a.m;   anive.
induoe him to lead an honest life. Our   ��� Leaves .Seattle b.oo
son. now twenty-one years old. Jotns|Nevv Westmlnstei 8.50 p.m.
me lu ap| eallng to you to Inflict upon   him   such   punishment   as   will.   In
vour   wisdom,   relieve   us  and   society
from a inenace of his presence. Our
only daughter, who 'Med al sixteen,
told me on her deathbed that ler
father's conduct had broken her
heart, anil tilled her life with shame.
and Hei; she did not care whether
she lived or died.
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheoule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 0:50. 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until ii:30 p.m
Car�� leave  New  Westminster for Van-
��� mivor   *t   <v'.(l    (L'XL    fi-.O    7-'>n   !>n*
i Leaves Seattle 12:26 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 8:26 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrive*
New Westminster 8:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:46 p.m.: arrives
New Westminster 8:30 a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, except   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
station   3:60   p.m. ***mn^^
arrives   at   I'ort
Guichon l'.::t0 p.m.
Leaves Fort. Guichon 8:00 am.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster hridge passenger statio*
10:20 a. m.
G   N    R.���Sun-as   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6:10   n.m;   arrive"
hridge passenger Station^New .WJ*
|minster,   10:20   a.m.   dally   ex***
BLedaBves New Westminster brldj.
passer station 8:60 p.By "Jf
gumas 8:00 P.m. dally except Sunda..
Jfl
Commencing   i w-���y ?
CONTINUING FOR TWO WEEKS
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OFF EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE
| You know we sell as cheap �����&*��>#** ��f 2�� ^ "* f. ** *" *"
I the lowest price Furniture ever sold in the city.
^20000 Twenty Thousand Dollar Stock  $20,000
'    ,      *    MrMp^ of cost     Two carloads of new Xmas goods just arrived-
must be reduced regardless or cobi. ta]L   Just now our pnces
Sdot�� '^eSlfwMeou^kiseom^te.   O.ME AND SEE.
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Successors to Deiiny & Galloway
Reliable   Home   Furnishers
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  NOVEM_Cp M
The Daily News
ftgbHsbe. hy The Dally .News Puhlisn
4n.   Company. Limited, at their Offices
���Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
tL A.  Paige Managing  Directc
LEES LIMITED
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SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER  26,  1910.
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THE   SUDDEN   AWAKENING.
People are asking, and not without reason, why the sudden outburst
-of anxiety for the moral welfare of
the city on the part of Mayor Leo ?
What in the way of the unexpected
lies happened to cause the issue of
the sudden order to close down the
booses of ill fame in the west end of
*��he City ? These places have flourished openly, and have been thoroughly well known to the police and to
Mayt-:' Lee, at ieasl Eince .l.naiy
last. Yet only now. Jusi a few weeks
before the civic election takes place.
is action taken. This action toi was
evidently intended to be drastic in
character. Bul whether or no; it will
liave tlie effect of freeing New Westminster from the presence of the unfortunates who congregate in such
j laces Is open to doubt.
This sudden display of virtuous rectitude on tlie part or the mayor is
certainly puzzling. A citizen subbest-
o.l yesterday that his worship had
been shocked and alarmed by the
-turn affairs have taken recently in
'Winnipeg, and was anxious to be in
ii position to assure his fellow citi-
y.ens. when he invites their support
for his candidature as mayor, that at
least lis worshipful hands are cle:'ii.
That this sudden attempt to wipe out
-the restricted district has something
to do with the forthcoming election
seems pretty evident. But Mayor Lee's
position in this respect would surely
liave been stronger if he had not so
long delayed the action upon which
lie sud '.enly resolved on Thursday.
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW WEJSTMINSTER.
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FOR  QUICK   SALE
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting
on Fraser River. A verv 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.
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MR. BORDEN'S AMENDMENT.
Tl.e   amendment   to    the     address
moved by Mr. Borden, the Conservative leader, in the House of Commons,
cn Thursday, may be an expression of
the oj inion of the Conservative party.
though even that is doubtful, but    It
cert;.i:;!y  cannot pretend  to  be a rot-
flex of the feelings and opinions    of
tbe people.   The establishment of   a
naval  force under the powers of the
act of l:.st session has, we venture to
jisseit.  met  with quite a general  approval throughout the country.
Except  under  such   misleading  circumstances    and    mischievous
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18'/2 Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VICTORIA and   SEATTLE,2:00 p. m. Saturdays.
PRINCE RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays.
STEWART and QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS���S. S. P; ir.ee
Albert leaves P.iince Rupert on arrival ot S. S. Prince Rupert for
Stewart, and for Queen Charlotte City, Pacofl and Moresby Is'and
ports at 10:00 p. in. Thursdays; and for Port Simpson, Kincolith and
Masset at 10:00 p. m. Mondays.daya.
Solid     vestibule     trains     of   coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago,   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   Niagara   Falls,   New  York, Toronto.   Montreal,  Portland.  Boston, etc.    Longest dounie track railway
under  one  management  on   the American  continent.
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passen. er . nd Ticket  Vjr^ht. Commercial Aeent.
Telephone 7100.    527 Granville Street,  Vancouver.    Telephone  3060.
GENERAL   AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
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mis-! ���
statements as formed a leading fictor  *>
In the  recent  Drummond-Artbabaska X
election,   there   has    not    been    tlie! j
slightest Indication on the part of thej���
people of any opposition to the naval i
policy of the government. What, passi-!
lilc reason there can be for submittingj m ���
���this matter to the people we are quite | ���   PH0NE 57
POPHAM'S
CHOCOLATES
FRESH   THIS   WEEK
\ Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
.at a loss to understand.
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Correspondence
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(The Dally News Is not responsible
lor the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
STREET   IMPROVEMENT.
Editor Daily News:
fr Ji',���In reply to Citizen's letter of
'(%).('. JOtli inst., re Third street, 1 would
'May that I took a petition to the rate-
pa. e s asking them to sign their
names against Ihe paving of Third
street. I made no erroneous statements, bul told them the truth; Jusi
Whal II would cosi them In taxes per
fronl foot, 45.6 cgnts; thai is to say It
would (osi the taxpayer (30.05 a year
for s lot slxty-Eix feet wide for thirty
���>oa;s. whloh I think is too much to
pay for It.
Citizen .-ays i; is very light and
���ihe taxes Insignificant In comparison
with other cities, lie must have lots
of money, but I .say that the tax is
more than it Is in other cities. Then
Citizen says that he hopes those who
.si_ned the petition without knowing
the facts will have their names removed, out he does not give them any
facts, neither does he sign his name
so that we might know to whom he
itoelongs.
The facts are, "nine hundred and
-one dollars and fifty cents to taxpayer for road tax on a slxty-slx foot
frontage."
D.  D.  BURNETT,
534 Third street.
New Westminster, B, C, November
25, 1910.
FRED. DAVIS
The  Man  who Saves you Money
I New Westminster's   Cheapest and
Best    Furniture    Store    in    town
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LOVE LETTER LOST 23 YEARS.
.Written by Girl,  It Went Astray, and
She Married Another Man.
Grand Junction, Col., Nov. 25.���Ro-
-mance, turned to tragedy, marked the
delivery to Ci A. Rosellc of a letter
from   Miss   Ellen  Gustafson,  after  It
had been in transit more than twen-
DEFYS
All other competitors   prices,
tne other man s prices and see
Fred. Davis sells for.     That'
Get
what
s enough
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FRED.  DAVIS
The Mon who Saves you Money
655 FRONT ST. :Phone 707
Gustafson  became  Mrs. Oscar  Peterson, of Chicago, und lloselle tried to
forget  the love of   his   youth.      He
never married.
Twenty-three years a_of Ellen Gus-
rt.rtbree years.  In the meantime, Miss'taf80n' of Porserum, 8 Wed on   fiancee plained about tho letter' which never
of lloselle, started  for America.  Sho  came.
was to write him as soon as she arrived, lloselle grew Into middle ago
waiting for the letter. A few months
ago he encountered Mrs. Peterson in
Chicago, but neither Inquired nor ex
Your Opportunity
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Only 12,000 Shares of Stock in this company
out of the 30,000 allotted to the City of New
Westminster remains to be sold. This will not
last more than Fifteen Days. Don't miss this
opportunity.
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THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what ex-
perts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
building ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout tho province as honest and conservative operators with long records of successe and
untarnished reputations back of them.
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We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home without paying
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN  SIMMONS,  Secretary. THOMAS  TAYLOR,   Manager.
KELLINGTON   BROTHERS,  General Agents,   New Westminster.
The Stock books are still open at Kellington Brothers' office.     There are
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottment.
Ihe Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
 25jHastings St., East, Vancouver. l, Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,  New Westminster.
Telephone No. 680
Look  Up These Snaps
Modern 7-room house In Sapperton,
one hlock from tlie ear, on lot 60x180,
close to waterfront ^nd Industries,
$u7oo, $500, balance arranged over
long period.
Close In lot on mil street, $650,
$200 cash; balance in ii, 12 and 18
months.
Nine eliolee building lots in the
west end, the coming residential district; $500. one-quarter cash; balance
i'i, 12 and 18 months.
A comfortable ,r>-rooni house on l"tl'
street, large lot with fruit trees and
chicken house, $1400; terms can be
arranged with small cash payment
down.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
White, Shiles & Co.
New Westminster,
B.C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Ufflc�� 'Pbone 115.     Barn 'PMoue 117
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   ;��
any part of tlie city.
I/ght and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
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Care  leave   Westminster  for Vancouver at    6, 5:50,    ,;:- ���
7:'Jn, s and every half hour thereafter until 11 p.m. _     .
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5, 5:50, 7:20, 8 and eM ���
half hour until 11:30 p.m.
Sunday  Service
Care leave  Westminster  for Vancouver at  ti, 7, 8 and everj
hour until 11 p.m. . .ij
Ci s leave Vancouver for Westminster at 'i, 7, 8, 9 and every w
hour until 11:30 p.m.
Freight  Schedule
Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 7:20 a.m..
a.m. and 3:20 p.m. i ��� >o and
Freight ears leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, *������
5:20 o'clock.
City and Sapperton Lines
City���Twenty minute service from 5:40 a.m. until 11: MP���^
Sunday���Twenty minute service from 8 a.m. until llj*�� _P'  '^
Sapperton���Twenty minute   service from 8:10 a.m. until   "     '
8:10 a.m. until 11:30 p.m.
ii Sunday���Twenty minute service from 8:10 a.m. until u ���������   > i
j| B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO J
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS ��,:. DftV
NOVEMBER  26,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
r.\nr five
ATURDAY
CIAL
Last Saturday our specials were picked up quick.    This week we go one better and offer
the biggest cash bargain we have ever put forth
r?7TOgM.f?TPgr.--:-7! ��; r-jr ,-aK.y .-jpny S���:,^r*r*
$10.00
SUITS
ii_jSS2EiJ
tilBJHBBm
These sold as high as $18.00 and many cost more than $10.00, but we must get them out���the best choice will be
the first.    Be early.     Bring your Friends.     Sec Our Windows
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COLUMBIA   ST.
PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
671
COLUMBIA    ST.
iii ay uny ends,
GRANTED AMNESTY
Trained  for  Two   Days  on   Rio
���neirc
Now   Returned   to   Old
Pcsitions.
I ie gum o! tbe  warahtpa  upon   the
citj  "i  Ki i Janeiro,   Inflicting   Blight
lage in property.
Warning    From  Britain.
Kin Janerlo,  Ni (    26.��� The British
minister toda)   notified the  Brazilian]
ernment  thai  any attempt  to de-
stray   ihe  mutinous   war   vessels  by
rpedoes would Involve the safety of
Bi ltish subjects on board.
..,,-.. 25.���Under aaaur-
|;: eJ   were  not lo he pun-
��� neera,
li
the   saKors   on
:  Brazilian warships In
h '     netro   harbor surrendered to-
".   .   ��� .    . overnment   authorities.
,-hlch for four days had
.... m .   n Rio Janeiro, were re-
:!.'.. positions.
,    lei  followed a visit  of a
, resentatlve to the dlf-
who under cover of a
|l, i truce   advised the Bailors ot
:. ��� anted by the chamber
,��� . ind the senate.    The am-
ggtj -.,,.       ated  at   an  extraordl-
Durlpg   the   uesslon
:. .     o(   the   belligerent   battle
sr   trained  on   the   govern-
:_.������      I ngB,
: seized    by   Ihe    nuiii-
:.(. i ..      the   battleships    Mlnaa
Gr-L-    S       Pautoi    the    protected
-  lora and the scout shin
Bj
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\      25.���The correspond-
change  T61egraph   al
Wed  to day  that   the
ard iKe Brazilian bat-
Janerlo had Burreoder-
illy.
Given    Amnesty,
odon,    Nov.     26.���Private     de-
Rio Janeiro, received
: - erchants  with  Interests
. , e that the chamber ol
es t iday followed tlie exam-
the Bra illlan    senate and    ex-
tei    . ���-.  to the mutinous sail-
i.    i  board the Brazilian warships
b the 1...    . ai Kin Janeiro.
ret in    toi    the    ImttlPsliips   in
':��� on,   Uie   sailors   are  to
. ued to go free from punish-
(.       lesplti   the fact that they kill-
ij threi        thi lr officers and turned
NOISE    AT    A     FOOTBALL    GAME.
The  Players Themselves Consider the
Uproar Something of a  Nuisance.
I Ralph  1).  1'aine in Munsey's.i
In the eyes of a foreigner a great
deal   of  this   American   football   uproar   is   strange   and   absurd.    There
are the leaders of the "cheering sections,"   for   instance���undergraduates
picked for lung power and unflagging
energy,  who caper like dancing Dervishes  and   exhort   throngs   of  their
comrades   to   yell   in   cadenced,   mechanical  fashion  those singular cries
which are supposed to encourage and
stimulate  the  contestants     The  fact
is   that   the   football   teams   consider
ihe  cheering  a  nuisance,  because  ll
prevents tbem  from hearing the signals distinctly, but the "rah. rail rah"
spirit cannot be tamed,   it is a safety
valve  lor  pent   up  steam,  and   therefore   the   "cheer   leaders'    wave   their
I arms,  perforin  the  musi   astonishing
antics, and dutifully, almost  tearfully,
appeal  tor more  noise  until tbey  can
only croak in anguish whispers.    Nor,
if  one   has   a   sympathetic   heart,   can
he fail to perceive how desperately1
in earnest these bard working youths
[are, and how certain tbey feel that
, without tbem the game must he lost
A   good   deal   of   solemn   preaching
lias   been   done   to   prove   that    these
greal crowds are ethically wrong. The
players are  demoralized by   all   the
fuss   made   over   thorn.   H��elr   ties'**
are  enlarged,  and  tliey sink to   tbo
level of gladiators or pugilists.
This theory Bounds phurlli'e. hut
il happens tO be all wiong. This football teams of Yal�� end Harv�� d
would play as pluckily and earnestly
If not . soul except the officials were
allowed inside the fence around the
Beld Just as the university ei*ht
would pull tbelr hearts out over the
four-mile   course   at    New   London   if
there were no observation trains and
im brilliant fleet or yachts. The
crowd Is an Incident, the contest is
��� i real thing, and these deep-chested
toughlj seasoned young men are
lighting for something far more sig-
nlfli ,,ni than applause.
it   makes   no   difference   to   them
whether a seat in the grandstand cost
flfty cents or flfty dollars. They are
thinking only of what the other fellow is likely to do next, and what the
coaches have been hammering Into
them through the autumn weeks of
hard and patient endeavor.
A catch-as-catch-can wrestling
match between a fisherman and a
member of the city police force took
place on the Eighth street wharf yesterday afternoon. As strangle holds
were not barred, the game contained
many spectacular plays and attracts.1
a lot of attention. Finally the man
in blue won out apparently more by
moral suasion than muscular force,
the captive remarking as lie was led
away, "l could throw you In the river
yet."
40 Acres, only a mils west of
Westminster Junction, on
C.P. Railway, at $350.00 an
Acre, $5000.00 cash, balance
over two years. For immediate action. Big money in this
Apply at once to
Kennedy Bros., Ltd.
Columbia    and Begbie Streets,   over
Merchants  Hank.
Phone 335.        New Westminster. B.C.
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xmas work. We have
just received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
Gardiner & Gardiner 1 Tenders Wanted
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 8.  Westminster  Trust  Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
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     PLAi"
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
Bon   13'
Fresh
Fruit
MAS GIFT
In Canon.'.,   Webb's,   Cadbury's   ard Lcur.cy's |
CHOCOLATES I
In fancy designed box!., ranging f:��m hall-lb. lo 10 Ib.
MORE MODEST INPRICETHAN MOST GOOD BRAH03
Sole Ag.nl for abo.e Pipe in New We,��in��w
Pipes, Pouches, Cigar Cases and Holders
 A great variety to choose from 	
IrTX Z l.crk     COLUMBIA   STRCCT
"R/\      A.      REID Near Tram Ome*
Phone  3lO
insures
Good Health
.   .hi nini ***____________[
Wehave received
a choice shipment
of
Pine Apple
Japan Oranges
(Very Sweet)
California Grapes
Red Jonothan
Apples
Bananas and
Grape Fruit
Take a supply nomi.
Nothing is liner than eat;ng
choice fruit round a cosy
fire at night
Tenders will i>c received by
the undersigned up to noon,
1 iei embei 12th, toi the erection
Of an Office Hnililin. at southwest corner of Hastings snd
Carrall streets, Vam ouver, B I'.
Drawings aid specifications
can be secured with requirements upon application to *****.
Miniiuiy Somervell, architect,
��i   13 Bxohange Building, Van-
coiner,   11.   C.
Lowest or   anv tender   not
ns I'ssai lly accepted,
W. H. HAZLITT.
Purchasing   Agent,
B. C. Electric  Railway Co., Ltd.
Vancouver,  B. C.
CHRISTMAS GOODS I
We are dally opening ni> new goodB and are showing the largest ���
line of WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., ever exhibited tn New Westmln- ���
ster.
Now in the time to choose ths   article for an Xmas present.
Wi- will put Rfindu away ror you until you wanl  them,
Call and examine our stock no^v, when It is complete.
Agents  for   Howard,  Ball  and  Longine  Watches.
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER       J
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
MARKET
REPORT
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phone* 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Tho weekly market held yesterday
was of an ordinary nature, no unusual
occurrence! of any klmi falling to be
reported. A very slight stiffening in
tlie pric" of some articles of dairy
produce was observed, but in the
main prices are practically identical
witli those of lust week. The good
weather Induced B somewhat larger
attendance of buyers and near-buyers,
while the number of sellers was up to
the average.
The supply of potatoes still holds
fair, although not, finite up to the demand. Pears and apples were plentiful, and vegetables of all kinds were
also shippe,'. in good quantities. Tbe
demand tor pears wa. not very strong. |
and for apples, only good so far as
.\o. l quality is concerned.
iicff was a little more in evidence
than last week, but SB before all B i
merits fnind a ready sale. Kair
quantities Of lamb and mutton came
forward, bur tn��. were short of the
demand, while the same may be said
0l poi'K. fowls were in tue sun"
category, although the supply was
better than last week. Eggs as usual
BOlJ very readily, although the shipments weie fairly heavy for the season. Chickens were all sold, and rhe
demand for broilers was eciual to the
supply. The usual auction of horses,
cows, etc , took place and prices obtained were much the same as usual.
The following are details of prices
recorded;
Beef, hindquarters, per lb. 8e to 8 V��e
Keef, foreqtiarters, per lb fi to 7c
Lamb, per lb 14c
Mutton, per lb 13c
Veal, large, per lb 8 to 9c
Veal, medium, per lb 10V_ to lie
Pork, per lb 12 to 12MiC
Eggs, wholesale, per dozen .,55 to 07c I
Kggs, retail, per dozen  60c
Mutter, wholesale, per lb.  ..30 to 35c'
Mutter, retail, per lb 40c
Fowl, per dozen   |7.00 to $8.00 |
Chickens, per dozen  $5.50 to $6.50 i
Broilers, per dozen   $4.50 to $5.00
Ducks, per dozen   $15.00
Potatoes, per ton  $25.00
Apples, per box   75c to $1.25
Pears, per box  75 to 85c
An Extra Good Buy
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the tinest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
l
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
Insurance
of AH Kinds
I write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, ACCIDENT,'*; EMPLOYERS' | '.LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.1,
Strongest Companies]!
Lowest Rates Best Security
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
-...
�����<H
L
657 Columbia Street
Phone ��2 14/
ft
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  November
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Coquitlam
Twenty acres on Blue Mountain road $300 per acre, on easy terms.
Thirty acres close to Fraser River Mills; price $250 per acre, oa
easy terms.
Nineteen and a half acres on Blue Mountain road, all cleared;
price $550 per acre, on terms.
Ten acres, the northeast corner of block 111; price $275 per acre.
All of the above on easy terms.
Call and see my large list of Coquitlam acreage.
City Property
CHURCH
j SERVICES
EAGERLY TAKE UP
HOMESTEAD LAND
E. N. Sutherland
�������������������������������������������������������������������������� c
be Incoming Settlers Well Satisfied With Conditions on
Vancouver Island.
HOUSES FOR SALE.
roomed bouse;  price  $2800, $400
cash,  balance $20.00
A new six
per month.
Five  roomed  cottage;   price only  $2300,  ?400  c. sii,  Inilance    arranged. I
Six roomed house, all modern, lot fifixKI-'; price only
easy terms.
lf you ai-c wanting a heme on easy terms it will be to ycur
vantage to see Travers before buying elsewhere. We will build
suit you.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Walker Block ,Cotumbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
$2650,   on
;id-
to
(Chang's* for this column must
left at, or telephoned to, this ofiice by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or otber responsible
varty-!)
Sunday,  November 27.
HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL���
Rev. Q. C. d'Easum, M. A., rector, Re,.
George A, Ray, M. A., assistant curate,
Celebration of Holy Communion at S
a.m.; Matins, litany and sermon :,t
n. a.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.;
evensong and sermon at 7 p.m.
evensong and sermon at 7 p.m. On
Friday evenings at 7:30 during Advent special sermons will be preached
am the Four Last Things; Death,
Judgment,  Hell and  Heaven.
City Property
H.V.
Ardagh
Two full  sized  lots on comer  with   . iv   roo
avenue  between  Second and  'lhlrd streets. Price
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time
ef
Arrival:
20:00���United States via C. IP
Time
of
Closing:
. R.
* dally except Snnfiityi.. .7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  C. E. it.
������daily except Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(disilv .except Sunday).;16:00
8:30��� Vic.aria via B. C. E. R.
* (daily except Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���Victoria  via R  C. ,E.  R.
idaily except Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States viia G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
15:00��� United States via G. N. R.
idaily except -Sunday).. 16:00
12:10���All  :pdinlfi <eafrt   and Europe  (daily)     7:30
23:00���All  points east   and   Europe  (daily)    15:15
.CAN .DI AN-'
IFICy
CANADIAN PACffiC
B. L. Coast Service
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. dell. Owen, rector. Service at 11 n.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.; prayer meeting on Wednesday at 7:30. Anniversary services, Kev. Thomas Gladstone, of Victoria, will preach morning and evening Miss Watson. Of and he goes further by stating thai
Sapperton, will sing a solo during the
evening service.
Victoria,   Nov.   25.���"In    less    than
two years' time it  will be impossible
for incoming settlers  to pre-empt  an
acre of homestead land on Ihe island. I
So  fast  are  settlers  now   taking  up
land   in   the   San   Josef    valley    that
within   six   months   all   the   pre-emptions  will   be   gone   in   that    distiict.
Similar conditions prevail in the Han-
tleld territory, an 1 1 believe 1 am safe
in asserting that never before in the
history of Vancouver Island have so
many  homestead settlers come in as
during   the   recent   summer   and    autumn."
Ernest McGaffey thus summarises the progress of sel I lenient in the
isolated districts of Vancouver
12  acres  i
tion   27,   Hlock
This Is
Port Mann
mmedlately udjo.ning the townsite
*.��oo' i;,:::; T>
North   Ran j
and bein
50 1  wesl.    Price $% 0 |
the cheapest buy in this district todav.
��� re
term,.
In Se
Burnaby
Lot  on  Third  avenue  within one block of car line
'-' $3C0.
Sutherland & Ardadi
P.O. Box 522 Phon-oi,
��� Lone 817
land.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Sunday
liOO p. m  CDrilly
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m ������ Uaily
11:30 p. m  Dally
TO NANAJWQ.
2:00 p. m I>aJly except Sunday
TO  UNION AtilB COMOX. |school and Bible class    at    2:30 p.m
0100 p. m Every .Monday |    KNOX    PRESBYTERIAN���Rf v.   E
TO PRINCE RUPEHT AND ALASKA  G.   Thompson,  M.A..    pastor.     Public
���,,���-,,     -   .,, | worship:     Morning  service,   11   a.m.:
11:00 p. m...Dec a, M. 2., dan. hJX \        ^ -  p   m.;BBlble    class    and
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS. J Sabbath school. 2:30 p.m.: Y.'P. S. C.
1100   p   m   &��� Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting.
'>>Nov' .,.*'"iiim'l*"..,'i'u.\a"��'V-  91 .Wednesday,   8 p.m.    Morning.     Tlie
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
j Rev. C, W. Brown. B.D., pastor    Service   at   11 a.m. and   7 p.m.; Sunday
Ischool at 2:30 p.m.    Morning subject.
"Eor Weal or Woe";  evening, "Some
Sins of the Tongue."
ST.   ANDREW'S   PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor.   Ser-
Ivices ll a. m. and 7 p. m.    Sabbath
'scliool and Bible class    at    2:30
on the eastern coast, In the neighbor;
hood  of   Hardy   and   Shushartie   bays,!
I here   has    been    considerable    settle-!
ment dining the past few months. Mr.
McGaffey is In a position to judge of
what is going on in these districts,
for nearly every day he has callers
from different points of Canada and
the l'nited States who come to him
to obtain maps and information about
the best points for settlement. He
emphasises the fact that all pre-em-
tion land will soon be gone in
that
12:10���Sapperton     and      Fraser
Mills      (daily      except
Sunday)   7:30
20:00���Sapperton     and      Fraser
mills      (daily      except
Sunday)        IB: 15
12:10���Ooqiiitlam    (dai\y   except
Sunday)         7:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds     (daily     except
Sunday)       .' 11:00
13:30���East nurnahy and Bur-
qirit'nm   ida;h     except
Sunday      13:30 :
10:00���T4mbet<l. nd, Strawberry
Hill and Soir.ii Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Fi iday)       11
10:00���Ladner.     Port     Gnichon,
Westham Island   .....   13:30
. 0:00���Annievttte,  Sunbury (-daily
except   Sunday    .13:30
O'OO���Annans Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      Ift.'SO
10:00���Woodward . (Tuesday,
Thursday and Sabwr-
day     IS: so
Dec- ii, 2. Jan. 3, 17, 31
TO   HARDY   BAY   LODGING   CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
upper fraser.
westminster atmd chilliwack
Leave  Westminster  S:fni  a.  m.   Monday. Wednesday ami Friday.
Leave Chilliwack Z:W a, an. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H.  W.   BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver.
and will  soon  be gone in order
natives of Victoria or other Inhabitants  of   Vancouver   Island    who
wish to take up homesteads on the island will do so befoie it is too late,
ln every instance he states that Ibe
The Every- newcomers   are   satisfied   with   condi-
lions, look forward to the future with
the  brightest  Of  hopes, and  are especially   loud   in   their   praises   of   the
work    which    the   provincial    government is doing in connecting isolated
portions  of  the  island   by   building
wagon roads and  trails and  thus providing   transportation   for   the   necessities  of  life.    He  has  also  reports
ST.  STEPHEN'S  PRESBYTERIAN j from settlers who are happily located
Services al   ll   a.  m. and  7  p.  m. to the effect  that Bplendld agricultur-
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.    Rev. Mr. al soil obtains around Quatslno sound.
Fisher wlll preach morning and even-  Instances are quoted where black soil
of superlatively good quality has been
found to exist   i i a depth of to ir feel
Removal Sale Continues
SPECIALS
FOR   TO-DAY
TWELVE   ONLY
8  DAY  OAK   CLOCKS
Strikes Hour and half-hour.     Alarm attached
Regular, $6.75      Sale Price, $3.75
| E.. Monday at 8 p.m
i Wednesday,    g p.m.
j Mastery of Sin"; evening
���day Problem."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. B.ik
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday scliool at -:M0 p.m.
i Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at eight o'elo ���':. Morning, "How
to Keep the Love of God"; evening,
"Tlie Wav Home."
i inm.
__��kCANADIAN PACIilC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
S.00���Vancouver, Piper's Sid-
Ing via G. \. R.
(dally except Sunday)..\_;
11:30���Cloverdale and Port K-eii*
idaily except  Sunday|.. 15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday. Thursday,   Friday   and   Sat-
ED.GOULET. Agent C. -P. R.
Arrivals.
0���From   Vancouver  and  Ague-
10:
j-siz.
j    12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay
)C and Okanagan.    (No. \i~).
Ti'A'.'i���From  Vancouver.     (No. '963..
19:20���Prom Seattle and Mission.
22,:50���Fiom   Montreal  and   Nicola.
\CKo. 1).
day        15:00 Departures.
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and I      8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,
Friday)    .  15.00 cc('a and Montreal.
.    11:00���To Vancouver.    (Nn. f+7j.
8:30���Burnaby   Lake   idaily except Sunday   16:00
.'0:00��� Ahbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily excel t  Sunday)    '.	
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
ulalne (daily except
Sunday)      	
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Ha/.lemen I Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
7:30
*'.-"*���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal (No  9<i).
17:5(1���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. i).
H. W. BRODIE, XI. P. A., Vancouver.
'I,
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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Ten Acres���N.
���'�����    Price .450 p��
is months.
Ten Acres���N. W.
Price $450 per acre,
months.
y ���.. of s. ***,*_ of s. v..
acre.   Term .  one-third
%   of sertlon  7
cash,   balance
townahlp
'.. ii and
ten acres :if S. E
Terms, o le-thlrd
'4 of seel ion 7.
cash,  balance (!
Twenty Acres���N. K. 20 acre; of S. \V. >. of section
Price $150 per acre.    Terms, one-third
months.
cash,   balance  6
township 40.
1- and    1.
township -io,
12 and    is
Twenty Acres���N. B. 20 acres of N. E,
4u. Price $500 per acre. Terms one-third
LS months. .   .
U of section (I, township
cash,  balance  (i,   12  and
SAPPERTON    MFTHODIST��� Rev.:
E.   D.   Bladen,   pastor.     Services     at'
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sun lay scho 1 al
2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
at 8 p.m.
SIXTH    AVENUE    METHODIST���
i Rev. F. S. Okeli. B. A., pastor. Services
|at 11 a.m.    and    7    p.m.    Class meet-]
ing   at   10  a.in.     Sunday    school     at
2:30  ii.  in.  Epworth  league,  Monday,
at s p. m.   Pra>er meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m.    Morning, "Mlcah, the
Champion of the Poor"; evening   The
j Origin of Paul."
LUTHERAN CHURCH���B  A. Sand,1
pastor.    Service    in    new I. O. O.  F. '
���ball   Sunday  at   11   a.m.    This  is  the
first service in the fifth year of    Mr. I
'Sand's pastorate.
OHURCH OF ST. MARY THF VIR-
jgun��� Columbia street, Sapperton. Sun-
I day ;. chool, 2:30 p.m.; evensong. 7
i p.m.
N;-      FAST     BURNABY     METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner  Eighth street andj
Third avenue,  riumnby.    Rev. Freder-1
Ick L. Carpenter, pastor.    Public worship, 11  a.  m. and  7  p.  m.    Sunday |
school. ��:30  p.   m.    Prayer  meeting.
Tuesday..  7:30  p.   m.;   cboir  practice, |
Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
FREE     METHODIST     CHAPEL���|
1 Eighth street, between Third nnd j
Fourth avenues. Rev. C. S. McKinley. I
pastor. Sunday scliool, 10 a.m.: ser-1
vice 11 a.m.: class meeting, 12 a.m.: !
prayer service. 7 p.m.; sermon 7:89'
p.m.: mjd-wee.k prayer meeting.
Thursday S p.m.
COLLLNGWOOD       METHODIST ���
��� I Services at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m. Sun-
J,day scliool at 10 a.m. Epworth League
��� 'Tuesday at g p.m.    Dundonal.l school
��� nouse: ServUe at 2 p.m. and Sunday
<> i ��chool at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones', j
pastor,
i
CHURCH   OF   CHRIST���305     Dur-
[ham.    Madison Wllght, preacher, Sun  I
��� dav   services.    1 I    a.m.   and     7    p.m, |
J  Week day service, every day at .   p.m. i
t      SOUTH   WESTMINSTER   METIIO-'
2 DIST  MISSION���Rev.  Henry   Wilson, I
��� pastor.     Sunday   school   at,     10   a.m.'
JJChurc'.i service at 11 a.m.
| WEST ENT/ PRESBYTERIAN���
^Twelfth   street.      Kev.   .lames    Reid, i
��� (Jii.A.,  pastor.    Public   worship at   11
:��� a.   m.  and  7  p.  m.    Sunday  school
jat 2:30 p. m.
X\    SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH
��� Hospital street���Andrew Grieve, pas'
X tor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday
ij school  and  Bible-class  12 to 1  p.m.; i
��� levelling service 7 p.m.; people's meet'- >
��� I ing Thursday g p.m.
i
Our Regular $3.50 Watches
Sale Price, $1.50
Other Bargains too numerous to menti   .
T. GIFFORD, Us.
j
eweler
Ck7^.%S-."
--.Lal
mmn. oat'
THE MAN WHO CARES
I
I
Sixty Acres���Northerly portion of distiict lot 465, group I, with
frontage on the Coquitlam river. Price $600 per acre. Terms, one-
third cash, balance (!, 12, 18 and 24 months.
DORER & CLARK
Room 7. THOMPSON HOCK. COLUMBIA ST.
��� RcsiJeice Plione, 56)
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Phone 811
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GOSPEL HA Mr-Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth stieet. Evangelist
J. J. Rouse will preach at 7 p.m.        i
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STCD-'
ENTS ASSOCIATION ��� Meetings1
every Sunday, 630 Fourth street, eor-1
ner Fourth stieet and Seventh avenue ;
at 3 p. in. Also on Thursdays at 8
p. in.
Society   Belles   as Waitresses.
Newport, R. I., Nov. LT,.���Four hundred newsboys and messenger boys,
of New] oil, were guests last, night o'
Mrs. Frederick V. Vanderbilt, at a
Thanksgiving banquet. Prominent
society |eople, both men and women, served a.i waiters and waitresses.
We don't appeal to the MAN who
is not at all particular about his
clothes���to whom a Suit is a Suit,
a Hat is a Hat, a Tie is a T,e, and
one kind will answer as well as
another. No one need take any
pains for that sort of MAN.
We appeal to the Man who
is very particular about what
he wears. About the Fit, the
Style, and  withal  the  Price
We appeal to men who know
what they want and won't take
anything else, men who are up-
to-date and dress accordingly.
By this class of men our
smart SUITS, our elegant Over-
coats, and our correct Haberdashery, at reasonable prices, are
appreciated.
Handsome Nsw Maiels in Winter Suits   ;:   $13t $20 to $25
Choice Overcoats in all Correct Styles   ::   $15, $20 to $25
Ha'8 from ths best Hatters and exclusive Haberdashery
from makers with a world-wide reputation
REID & COMPANY
y
601   Columbia St.
Thc Store of Sa Cf.'
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qg&P NOVEMBER  26,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
ing near Carcross, Yukon Territory
l lans and specifications mav hi
seen at the offices, ol i .. Neelanda
Inspector  of  IndfSn    Agencies   Van
','"!v,'r; W. E  Ditc rn, Inspector oi
Indian Agencies, Victoria; u c
Miller Assist;,,,! Gold Commission*,.
Whtehorse, V. T.; the Commissioner
gslouer
City,  V
.Minin_    Recorder
of the  Yukon,  Dawson
md Percy Reed,
088, Y. T.
Each lender must  bo accompanied
a marked cheque made payable to
.the undersigned fo
Lflv
1(,reS3ed    to the    unde
TeBderS nttu-xa   and  endorsed    on'Carcross
^latt��e     'Tender    for    Prince
W e      l Depot," will be received bj
i^L^on ii'"               1Q11 |tlie undersigned for a sum equal to
��"Third Day of January. 1911, |nve per cent of the amount
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acres of land
bounded as follows:    Commencing at
''<��� post planted at the east side of the
extreme head of the north    arm    of
Dralney's inlet, thence east
'hence  south  50  chains.
40 chains, thence north
post    of commencement.
which it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK
arm
4(1 cliains,
thence  wesl
50  chains  to
Purpose for
NEW
west or uhy tnid#.  not neees-
InstallStion    "���      "-      ����� '*"����i mien 11. will be returned.
F     systems. ,      ,    , , T1|f successful tenderer will he re-
?����  specifications  and    Articles qutred ,,, furnlsh a bond ,n 8.l(jsf.ic.
P! ;,',,. .ni may be seen and forms tory auretles tor a sum equal to the
��''',,������ nrocured  al   the    Depart-amount of the-contract,
''r Marine  and    Fisheries,  Ot-1    The
. en'  ��    '. '.   -m
,a*a
Ibe
. io--
���      *****	
,attheCuitom House, Winnipeg
Mar.
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
, ���f  Marine   ���"���"     *  ���   --        *'"   iuwmbi m  any itiiuer not neces-
11   , the office of the Agent    of   H,lly accepted.
'nBoartBienl  of Marino and  Fish-     The  unauthorized  insertion  of this
Victoria   B.C., Halifax, N.S., St. advertisement  in anv newspaper will
'���'' I r   Quebec and  Montreal, at nol  be paid for.
":,.'���,' nrricc. Prince Rupert, B.C..J j, D, McLEAN,
U Secretary.
(Department  of   Indian   Affairs,
'nh-himi) sum tenders, on the ten- Ottawa, November 4. 1910.
Kprei ',">���  ,*���    De"H	
n, will be considered. naval service of Canada.
';     ;,,,!���,   must  be  accompanied 	
onted  hank  cheque In  tavor I
::.'   :���tv Minister Of Marine and  Notice   Concerning   Tenders   for    Vic-
frlea ^ual  to   five   per   cent,   of toil,  for  the   Naval   Service.
'', |t,  \ lnt     of   the   tender,;    SEALED   TENDERS    addressed  to
Ul be forfeited If the the   undersigned,   endorsed   "Tenders
Lful tenderer  declines   to  sign for  Victuals"  and  accompanied  by  a
EArticles of  Agreement above  re- certified  cheque  for   10  per  cent   of
"* , _ oi   falls   to   complete   the the amounl of the tender, will he re-
RkiiMordlng to contract   Cheques 1 eelved   up  till   noon   on   Wednesday,
���vhi"   unsuccessful     tenders   November  30,  at  tlie   Depaitment  of
K returned tBe   Naval   Service,   Ottawa,   for    the
!>h  Department does not  hind it- supply of the following commodities,
,,,   orent    the  lowest    or    any, to  he  delivered  at  the  Naval   Dock-
P,t0 yards  at   Halifax.  N.  S.  and   Esqui-
TfLaDers copying  this advertise-'malt,   B.  C,  Beans,   i haricot)   Choco-'
, |   mthority   from  the  De- late.   Flour,   Jam,   Marmalade.   Meat,
iLmt will not be paid for same,     preserved    (Corned    Beef,    Mutton.
   ��LEXANDER JOHNSTON,       |Brawn),   Milk,    condensed.    Mustard,
Danuty Minister of Marine and  Oatmeal, Marrowfat   Peas, Split Peas,!
'        Fisheries. : I'epper.   Salt.   Suet,   Sugar.   Vinegar,
mwtment of  Marine and  Fisheries, Tea, Coffee, Rice and Raisins.
%.����� Canada   November 8, 1910.1    The  period  of contract   to be   for
ou'a' .one year from December 1st, 1910
Forms of tender may be had   from
NDERS- 'the undersigned.
Unauthorized    publication   of   this
Notice will not  be paid for.
O. .1   DE8BARAT8.
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Departmenl   of  the  Naval   Service,
Ottawa,   October   26th,   1910.
District of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B, C, occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to purchase tlie following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
ahout twenty chains north from the
southwest corner of Timher Lease
138769, Texada Island,
eighty chains, tlience
|chains, thence east eighty chains,
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 ucres
more or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
Vancouver, H. ('., September ti, 1010.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for Ladies from B12. ;
���P.
Silver Watchea, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watchea, gent6' open case
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
Watchws.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Qeo. Adams' Grocery
PLEA FOR CLEAN
AND LIBERAL DIET
Dr. Lee, of New York, Attributes Many Forms of
Vice to Wrong Food.
thence    west
south    eighty
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
lear The Dally News Co., 60S) Victoria
Street.
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
THE
CO.
Phone 711.
See
SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT
Trapp   Block.
Box 160.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
CUSTOMS SALE.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that .lames Davis Smith
of Vahcouver, B. ('.. occupation I,uild-
er, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
D. Smith. S. \V. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption. No. 2951, thence north
ahout 00 chains more or less, to or
near Sakinaw Lake, thence east 60
chains more or less, thence south 80
chains more or less, thence west 40
chains, more or less, thence north 4'")
chains, more or less, thence west 40 |
chains more or less, to the place of j
commencement.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.     |
New Westminster. October 20, 191C.!
IOM\   KKRDINAN'D   BAGGS    At?nt
To be sold by public auction tinder
the provisions of the Customs Act, at |
the examining    warehouse    at    New i
Westminster on Thursday, December!
1, 1910, at 10:30 a.m.. fit) packages of
goods which  have been forfeited    or
which  are in default for payment of
duties under the Customs Laws.
List of goods on file and to be seen
at the Customs Office, Express
Offices and Railway Freight Offices
this city.
Terms, Cash.
New Westminster, B.C., November
15, 1010.
ANGUS MUNN,
Collector of Customs.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Auctioneers.
LAND   ACT.
TET
Die
NOTICE.
8EALED TENDERS addressed to
ie undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
ler (or construction of two L80 cubic
rarl TCoden dump scows for dredge
iind Lark'   British  Columbia,"  will
1 received al this office until I p.m..
tw: ] De ember '.'. 1910, tor the
HUtrtKtloii ol the scows mentioned.
Plans tr..'. specification and form of
(Met M)   be  procured  at   the  of-
ll   A.  Haytield.  supertax-
?i: ���       Dredges,   New   Westmln-
tt, I   C,   ���'   ere  form  of  conti act
aiso be  seen.
of
The undersigned has moved his
iff ice to 1316 Cariboo street, where
,e will conduct the real estate business under his own name. The office
on Twelfth street is for sale.
D. 1). BOURKE.
! CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
OF
NAVAL     SERVICE     OF     CANADA.
Notice      Concerning      Tenders      for
Clothing  and  Kit for the  Seamen
of   the   Naval   Service.
SEALED TENDBR8 addressed to
the undersigned, endorsed "Tenders
for Clothing and Kit" accompanied by
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinnnr'
Baggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing    at    a    post    planted
about    one    mile northeast   from thej
head  of  Billings  bay,  and  about    40
chain,   easterly  from    the    southeast
corne- of timber lot    number    ST'.'.-U,
thence  north  -10  chains,  thence  east
40  chains, thence    soutl     40  chains,
, thence  west   40   chains  to  point    of j ^ ~~ there la no provlsloD in ,,K.
commencement,  containing  lt.O  acres i|apeclal surveys act allowing for com-
Dr. Elmer Lee, of New York, un advocate of vegetarianism, writing in
The Medical Times, makes a plea for
better table foods.
"A true and full realization of the
importance of natural, clean and suitable table foods is lacking the world
over," he says, "even among the educated. The notion about diet, what is
appropriate, how to select, sort, clean,
and prepare, are mostly wrong. Very-
few have any just appreciation of the
Importance of this question. The
basis for health Is good, sound, clean,
abundant, appropriate food. The
lack of good food and sustaining nutrition are reasons sufficient and ample to explain ailment, weakness and
disease. If bad foods are responsible
for disease, then good and natural
foods are what is needed.
"The life, health, and happiness of
i man hinges on the quality and ahun-
1 dance of the tqpd he eats.   Too many
students fail to give this question the
serious attention that is due it. There
is too much looking, searching, hoping, carried  on  in  the  wrong   direction, too much speculating, too much
fanciful,   unprofitable   vivisection,   un-
: governed   curiosity   and   a   wholesale
| neglect of  the  practical  and the obvious.
Secrets  of   Health.
"The   secret   of    the    health    and
charm of human life are more likely
of solution in the kitchen than in the
experimental medical institutes. Food
is  the  never-ceasing   demand  of  the
living organism, a food that sustains
and does not poison,  pleasant, satisfying, available.   A physician, one of
the multitude who feels the bad effect of a lack of appropriate food, expressed the sentiment, "The World is
in need of better food.'
"The   exquisite   delicacy,   the  abundant nutrition, ihe energizing, inspi,
ing   qualities   of   fresh   fruit,    vegeta
bles an I cereal food has not been un
derstood    The selection,   preparation
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
- Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to.open a
bank account.;: * ,
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on* Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
"Nsiness Accounts opened
Ob favorable  terms.    ::^ ::
JNCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS I$48,000.000 "
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
P..:.,-      ������illations   and    form ^ *- -__________________________������
also be seen and forms  V..',ni l.'s and  a certified cheque for 10
aed   at   the   office    of     __ ���, _, ,,.��� ������,������nt r,f ths. tender.
per cenl of the amount of the tender
will be received up till noon on Wednesday.   November   30.   1910.   for   th .
following contracts:
1. For the supply of���Boots. I niton,. Badges and Buttons. Underwear,
Socks, stockings. Jerseys. Comforters, Cholera   Belts.   Leggings,   White
w. Mtmus    uin,    m. ���,���..-..������        Shirts,     Collars.     Towels.     Blankets.
ace cf i.    lence  of   eacli   member  Bed8    Bed   Covers,   Knife   Lanyards.
Ibe firm  must  be given. .Brushes   (Tooth,   Hair,   Clothes    and
must  be accompanied  goot), Combs (horn).
r    a   epted cheque on a charter-     :,    Hlue  serge.   Buck.   .lean.   Drill,
.bank, |     ible to the order of the  pianm>l and shirting in the piece.
3 For the making up of the folio �����
Ins garments���Tunics, Serge Jumpers
(With and without cuffs). Duck .lumpers   Trousers.   (Duck.    Serge   (loth)
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND
Dated August 20. 1010.
BAGGS.
Re-Survey  of  City.
Property owners intending to erect
stone  or  concrete boundary  walls, or
fences, should refrain  from  doing so'an,luse o{ food for an organism as
Until the re-survey of the city is com-  deiiCate, as Intricate, as potent as the
human   body   is   a   responsibility   too
^_ important  to turn over   to a coarse
.ition should  the existing bound- thoughtless,      heedless,     hair-brained
aries prove inaccurate
W.    A
Jte.!,i Henderson, resident archt-
���f.- v toria, H C, and at the De-
|j- lie   Works.  Ottawa.
.. son? ������ at erlng are notified that
I ��fil| not  be considered  unless
V the pi rMed forma supplied,
lad - i  tneir  actual  signa-
I'.tf their   occuptions   and
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.1     city   Hall.
^^^^       Dl'XCAN.
City Clerk
November 24,  1910.
ie   Minister   of   Publl
forks, e        to ten per cent   (10) of
the tender, which will
'     felted  II   the  person  tendering
-   ���-.   ��� .' *    t     II      l HC      JH.I a*'**      ,���... ��� - ���     fl?*.       [IVUirei.,       '-  Cl*    t
entei   Into  contract   when Overcoats,   Monkey   Jackets,   gmrts
to do so, or fall to com- piannel Undervests, Seamen's Collars,
fHethe work contracted for.    If the rapH,   (round and  peaked). Cap LOV-
""dor re  nol   accepted   the   cheque ers   Overalls.  (Combination Suits).
��lllu. . , _ .      .      .r      *.a..t      tl*     h*>     for
Take Notice that I. William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
real estate dealer. Intend to apply for
permission to lease BOO acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the bead
of Dralney's Inlet, thence north 100
chains, thence west 50 chains, tlience
south 100 chains, thence east 50
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for which It is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 20th. 1910.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER
Notice.
Merchants  requiring  rings in  curbs
of sidewalks on Columbia street, for
the purpose of hitching horses, please
notify  the city engineer at once.
W. A. DUNCAN,
CITY Clerk.
City Hall, November 2?,. 1010.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
1*11 be leturned.
U. (
,    The   period   of  contract   to  be  for
Bv  Order, ,one vear from December 1st, 1010 ror
DKSROCHKRS,    IArticles  In   Schedules   1   and   -   ana
^^^^^J Secretary.  fmm January 1st, 1911 for Articles .n
I Departmenl   of   Public   Works,   Ot- schedule 3.
1i*a. November 16, 1010. Forms of tender may be had trom
Newspapers  will   not   be   paid    for the undersigned,
ill adverttBement If  they  Insert  it      Unauthorised   publication   or   mis
J*it!toiit authority  from  the  depart-. Notice will not/be j. aid tor.
���Sin:                            . G   J. DRSRARAls.
 .  Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
TENDERS. Department  of  the   Naval   Service.
 ���       Ottawa, October 2f.th
Sl8EALED   TENDERS   addressed to
IM Secretary, Department of  Indian
M;'irs, Ottawa,  and   marked  on  the
envelop..    r,Muier for Alert Bay Girls' |
;   "'    ���       be  received  up to  noon
' '���'     I   1910,   for  the  erection
, u ton ���    -.aiding school    building
��� ,   ���'" l      ty    (Cormorant    Island),
. '���'���'������     nd   specifications   way   be
^ "t the offices of T. F. NeelamR
Local  Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the   Cor-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ poration  of  the  City   of  New   West-
r* ji u���j i   i�� r.e h,.   r,r.���th 'minster   having  by   resolution    deter-
Re an undivided half of the   south- ��    ���    ......    .    .
; ! mined and speci led that it   s desira-
east quarter of section 9, township 13,,,,    . .,,,,-, ,
New Westminster    district.    Whereas! ^/�� carry out the following works.
PrOO[.Of1,1ll0earlr,Of S?f&2of   fjo coStrurt cement concrete Side-
number 11985F. Issued in the name of | walks    ^^    nw]wav,   boulevard,, I
John Sweeny, has been filed in   tbis
office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
 .L      *mm*m
man or girl cook, the most of whom
are not in sympathy with tlieir work.
The    wonder    is    that    anybody    is
healthy,   and   it  is  not  strange   that
sickness, crime and  poverty prevail.
"The   fundamental    values    in   life,
health,    strength,    development,   elegance,    refinement,    civility,    honor,
truth, admiration, and respect one for
another,    steadiness    and    efficiency,
happiness,   satisfaction,    depend    for
their realization    upon    normal living
under  natural  law,  and  the factor of
largest   importance   is  a   normal  diet
of fruit, vegetables, grains.
New   Methods   Help.
"The    new    idea    demands    clean,
abundant   diet,  improved  and  refined
| cooking, in fine, a new hygienic system   for   selecting,   preparing,    cooking  and  serving  food-plant   products.
They  contain every  ingredient, quality, element of nutrition, for the fulfilment   of   all    life   activities���hard
' work,   protracted  mental  or  physical
I effort,  maintenance  of  the  body  tls-
j sues,   everything,    nothing    is    want-
ling,
'The explanation for the unfriendly
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone
t \
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
Z\_   to 25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
1910.
AUCTION       SALE       OF      TIMBER
BERTH    COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
I
"('tor
ner;
of  Indian     Agencies.   Van-
"   E, Dichburn, Inspector < I
Agencies, Victoria, and W. M.
p   Agent, Alert  Bay.
''������'(���li  tender  must   bo  accompanied
|t-..a���'.;;,'���'���   ' cheque made payable to KW-���
Biidlan
"day, Indian
I
The light to cut timber under 1-
cense on Berth No. 635, comprising
the following lands In the Province
of British Columbia, will be offered
at public auction at the upset price of
including cost of survey, at
o'clock   P.   M..  on   Wednesday  the
^e undei igned for a" sum equal  to 2  o'clnru   ��;���   ;"������ ""   j' 7a "the "office
,;"7 re* of the amount of tender.  2S,h of 1 - ���**��   Agent   .,t
'  ll!'    ���   will  be  forfeited   lf  tho of   the   l0'11'"1'.1.
r** tendering decline to'enter into New WirtntfMter. sltIiateii m
.'''""���u, when called upon to do so.      Timber  Bertn  n  ��� Cohimbi,.
! h0 t��nder he not accepted the the ��,��;v,n,-�� ",��� J, Township 39,
���,"!"�� will be returned, lu the event comprising Beet'��� ~ j containing
J,..a(f Ptance of tender the cheque West, of < oast JJ|rt^ ol. ,e8B, a9
���       '"  held   until    the    contract  is ��n area of 6401 acres ui by
W when || will be returned. Igown on �������..��,��� UV  V
Land   Registry   Offlce,   New   Westminster, B. C. November IB, 1910.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that The
Fraser River Tannery, Limited, a body
corporate, Incorporated under tbe
"British Columbia Companies Act,
1S07, and Amending Acts," carrying
on business In. the District of New
v<'estmln.ster and Province of British
t'oiutiiiiia. having applied to Ills Kx-
cellency, the Governor General in
Council for the approval of a certain
site for the construction of wharves
on the southerly s'lore of the
Fraser river, situate on the
foreshore of blocks "A," "B," and
"C," being portions of lots seven  (7)
' ���**    tm    .Ur.
Ilulred 8.Ucc.e88ful tenderer will be re
����� suretlea for
T|im "f I       m^mmmmmmmmmmmt
8 lowest or any tender not nece3
1  4nlv ao,r.rtRj_
L. S., surveyed
and   storm  sewers  on   Third    Street  criticism against    vegetarlsm puzzled
 ,     ,    ,      i.      ,        ��u . , ������.,.. .from Roval Avenue to Sixth Avenue,   ime for a long time, but I think I un-
Notice is hereby given that sna ��� ^ ^ ^ gaJd ^ ^^ be|,jer8tand )t at lflgt The ,am fo0(]8
at the expiration of one mo��t*>ffro.��� | carried out in accordance with the are most delicate in organiation and
date of tbe first publication hereof in ( istons of the ..Local Improve-, require precise, even great, skill, as
a dally newspaper PUbll^ed   ,n   th��i���ient General  By-law  1009" | well as understanding, to prepare and
City of NeWt-WestTOnswr, wsue m An(] the CUy Englneer and city As- serve tbem. acceptable and pleasing
duplicate of tbe said Certlflc. e, un- gpssf)r hay|n reported t0 t���e Coiin. ��� ,n appearancei agreeable and refresh-
less In the meantime alld objection jn accordance wlth the prov)s)ong | ,nf? ln ta8te and t0 retain the nu.
be made to me in writing. |of   the   said   by-law    upon    the    said  trltlve    value.    It    is    comparatively
rii . , * omZiJl'.m ��* Tttio�� ! works giving statements showing the  much  easier  to get  up   a satisflying
District Kegistiar or luies. aln()1|ntg  e8tlma,ed  t0  be  chargeable  meal   using,   meat,    eggs,   milk    and
against the various portions of real cream, a difficulty which has been
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars, and the
said reports of the said City Engineer and City Assessor having been
adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the
said reports are open for inspection
at the offlce of the city assessor, city
hall, Columbia street, New Westminster, ll. C., and that unless a petition against the proposed works
above mentioned signed by a majority of the owners of the land or real
property assessed or charged In respect of such works, representing
at least one-half In  value thereof is
presented   to  the   Council   within   flf- ya,  cwlii	
teen days from the date of the first gery and promotes ease
publication  of this  notice  the  Coun-      That   nn   improved   method  ln   the
cil   will   proceed   with   the   proposed   use of  plant-foods  is  the new  basis
nic    progress,
conditions
HOSPITAL
Westminster Pi ivate Hospital.
223 Townsend tt. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
bard to get around by the would-be I
vegetarian. New methods In cooking, ripening, tempering, seasoning,
combining nnd serving meet the old
objections against an all-vegetable
table food diet, and leave no ground
for resort to animal flsh
as a human food." B
Here Is a summary of Dr. Lee's
conclusions:
The health Is preserved in the fullest degree and that disease is cura-
able by the scientific use of live, organic plani-foo.l.
That betterment of food leads to
improved development in the physical  and  mental  realm,  lessens drwl-
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U.S.A., and  Mexico City.    A general
banking    business    transacted.    Letters of Credit Issued,   available   witb
correspondents in    all    parts of    the
world.
Savings Bank Djrartment���Deposits
"" *'"'���������" ireceived  ln  sums of  $1  and upward,
or  Pi oauet | aIi(J Jnteregt ai|owe^ at 3 per cent. per
annum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $1R0,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New Sternwheeier
-<.vO0B,ui renaerer win oe r��-  I'"'  ���"  ~\<no   and  of  record in  the ��!^'ofl"nrtti8h Columbia, have
"' turnlsh a bond In satlsfac In  May,   1910,,������� of  the time o            .      ���. ,������
:qual to the Timber  and   G . zli ��   '
I Department of the Inten ^
),eSHOIC        *'*        *'���������  ,-,      CU      Will      |,l UIXBU       Willi      ni*.        v-r       use     ui      |/i��m��i.-��ww��-       -
C," being portions of lots seven    u  improvements  under  such  terms and  for   soctai    and    economic
nnd eight  (8), group two  (.)  ra xne con(mlon8 as t0 the payment of the clean lives, and better con
distiict of New Westminster^ana pro- of g���ch   improvements   as   the      That    insanity,    drunkenness,    im-
S. S. PAYSTREAK |
il  sum
contract.
Department 01 tne *..����-���        untll
A  license  will  not  be is
the   full   amount    of    tne    1
-"���y accepted                                         the   full   amouiu    ***    ---    ���        th
^,V-��I-H,cd  insertion of thls'p-lce, and ***��*$*
""eftlaement in  ..���..  ���-��������������������r  win   first year, bavo m>���         .      .
��ot be
lent In any  newspaper  wlll   first ye
aid for ^���ti.��� ,
lv
D.  McLEAN.
Secretary.
ww,,, nf ]ndlan Attai"rs,
0"awa, October 26, 1010.
������r.S
v'fnce of" British Columbia, have    ae- j^,"nJ{ may" by" by-law  In  that   be- morality,   envy,   anger,   cruelty,   pov
posited with the Honorable tne sun- l. ,nte and determlne and also ertv,   rage,   and   war   mainly    result
{iter of Public Works at Ottawa plans ,      make afl8e98ment.
of said  wharves which they propose da   q{ November A
to construct, together with a descrip-1
"on of the full site thereof described^- DUNCAN,
bv metes and bounds, and have1 also
sv
TENDERS.
M^D  TENDER8
'''<. ��.   "'   ' ''""'"'an    addressed *o
>i',y./'""'"Y.  Department of Indian
��"veloie��tTawo
rental, etc.. are fon;'" cV;llich may
ber negulat.ons  a   OP, of rtW   ��
be secured on    PI Timb-l.
derslgned. or  10 tne  <���
Agent at New Wertmlnst^g
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th. fflO.
and   marked  on   the ��� niSTRICT  RANGE 2
li? 8v   reiider, for carcross Board- COAST  LAND P'��lrt
h:,JJ"l:  WiU  be  received   up  10 ,   VV|Hiam Robert
, n pLruary J6, 1911, for the erec-!    Take no Ice that 1. _ patlon
��' a frame boarding school build-,Dick, of Vancouver,  B.C.,
SpSlS ��"dupU��t-.-f -chto the
office of .the registrar of deeds for
"he District of New Westminster, ln
which district tbe said works are proposed to be constructed. In accordance
with the requirements of section 7 of
Tie "NavlRable Waters Protection
Act" chapter 115 of the Revised
Statutes of Canada. 1906.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for Fraser River Tannery,
I Limited.
Dated at the City of New Westminster this 27th dw of October. 1910,
I   ���     ���
^^^^^^^^^ City Clerk.
Date  of  first. publication the   9th
day ot November, 1910.
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
from  or  bear directly  on  the   fool
question.
That man and animal are not Inclined to be savage and quarrelsome
lf well and properly fed and nourished.
That* plant-foods   wisely   used   are
competent to.sustain human life, advance  civilization,  and   furnish   the
p^p^p^g^,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ mental and physical power equal to
Application for the position of City Its needs.
Treasurer will be received by the un-|    That dwelling houses can be more
derslgned up to    Monday,    the 28th favorably   adapted   to   shelter,   rear,
inst., at 5 p. m. and develop the family.
Applicants to state salary required. I    Better dwellings, better foods, bet-
I W. A DUNCAN, iter health, he concludes, wlll lead to
City Clerk.    ' a "pleasant,  useful, satisfied,  longer
I   City Hall, November 8th, 1910. life."
I
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Paasengsr Accommodation
AOYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New Westminster.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangert
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone SS7.
NEW WESTMINSTER      1        S. C. ll
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**    PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER
City News
Polish Your Furniture
*ith Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves and brings out natural beauty of
the wood. It produces a rich, artistio
finish, to which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try tt and you will see how
much better lt is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
Is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Use it on your floors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
tor all dancin.  rtoors.
You can get Johnson s tree booK, l ne
Proper Treatment for Floors. Woodwork
and Furniture'' and these preparations of
ANDERSON & LUSBY,
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
Mrs. Webster, of Fort Langley. has
returned from a two months' visit to
Scotland.
The sna. boat . Samson returned
yesterday from a sna. ging cruise up
the  river as far as Sumas.
Mrs. Begg, dressmaker experienced,
good  tit;   per day    &M    713    Trew
**
street.
C. J. Johnston, president ot C. J.
Johnston & Co., railroad contractors.
[is expected in the city within a day
or two.
i Boston baked beans at the hot supper in the Odd Fellows' hall Saturday
night.
The cells at the city police headquarters were empty yesterday afternoon for the first time in three
weeks.
' The funeral of Mary Lavery took
place from St. Peter's Roman Catholic
[cathedral yesterday morning. Father
O'Boyle  performed  the  last  services.
For sale, lot on Twelfth street, near
London street. $750.00; easy terms.
Apply McAdam & Irwin.
Paul Irons, of Moore & Pethick,
the flrm of contractors who are clearing Port Mann townsite, arrived from
Vancouver yesterday, and registered
at the  Russell hotel.
There were a couple of cases ready
to be heard in supreme court chambers yesterday, but the judge did not
come over from Vancouver and these
were postponed.
GO   TO...
JAMES &
Fixtures in the school football
'league for tomorrow are those postponed from last Saturday. Lord Kel-1
' vin school and St. Louis college.
Moody square, two o'clock; Sapperton
and Central school, Queens park. 10
a.m. The line-up of the four teams
will be as announced last week.
Now is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, the Flor-
ist.    FltoQfl R208. **
During the building of the new B. j |
C.   B.   R.  depot,  the  office  staff  will j
be quartered in a temporary building
to be erected on Kighth street, adjoin-1|
ing  the  C.  P.   R.  station,  permission
having  been  secured   from   the    (.ty
council to erect a frame structure tor j |
this purpose.
Sheriff's sale at Steed & Hewlett's
bakery, Columbia street, Sapperton.
on Tuesday, November 29, at two
o'clock p.m., of bake oven and equipment, flour, scales, show cases, counters, shelving, horse and delivery
wagon, etc. **
Millinery���Miss  Davey, ladles' and
children's practical milliner. 411 Sixtl, I
street, near Fourth avenue.    Hats and |
bonnets    renovated    and    remodeled.
! Ladies'    own    materials      made    up.
Charges moderate. **
Davies Green Houses is the place to (
get bouquets, floral designs, and all t
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone R 20S **
St. Andrew's guild will hold a social
evening in the church hall on Monday I
evening, when there will be music,
games and light refreshments. Mr.
McMillan, president of the guild, will
superintend the operations.
The Public
Supply Stores
For a Complete Line of
NeW and
Second
Hand
Heaters
Cor. Front and
Sixth Sts.
Pies just like mother made at the,
hot supper Saturday night. **
The body of Norman Harris, who j
died at the Royal Columbian hospital j
on Wednesday night, bas been ship-:
ped to Chilliwack. Harris was tn
young farmer who lived in the Upper,
Sumr.s country. Typhoid fever was j
t':;e cause of death.
SL   Andrew's  dance.  November  30,
in the Odd Fellows' ball. Tickets from |
committee of the Sons of Scotland or
at   the  door.    Gentlemen    75    cents,
ladies free. **
There wlll be a full practice of the
band  of the 104th    regiment    at the
armouries on    Monday    evening    a,
!(igiit o'clock, when arrangements for
I a   concert    to  be    given    on   Friday
evening will be completed.
Sheriff's sale at Steel & Hewlett's
bakery, Columbia siieet, Sapperton,
I on Tuesday, November I'!', at two I
j o'clock p.m., of bake oven and equipment, flour, scales, show cases, counters, shelving, horse and delivery
j',vagon, etc, ���* ' '
'    The Confederate bill m:,n lias again
appeared. Tills time he became visible
in Abbotsford and succeeded In passing o?f a $10 bill on one of the met-,
chants there.    He Is being sought, by I
the provincial police.
Interesting lantern views will be
projected at St. Paul's Reformed
Episcopal church on Monday evening,
the subjects being mostly scenic.
Supper will be served at the close of
the evening.
Our Offering of Trimmed
Hats at $4.50 each
Again featured for
Friday and Saturday
Last week's sale of popular models at this low price induces us to
make repetition of the same remarkable values. The showing has
been repleted by making rurther reductions on higher priced models
and by trimming some two dozen untrimmed shapes in the very-
latest styles. The array of hats on sale at this popular price affords
a choice not usually seen hereabouts. Two days only, Friday and
Saturday, each    $4.50
Special Lot of
Odd Bedspreads
Friday and Saturday      95c. each
Regular $1.25 and $1.50
Sizes are GO by 80 and 68 by SO inches, in white hemmed and
plain end, soft Marcello bedspreads, and Knglish Damask and
honeycomb bedspreads with plain or fringed edges; full sizes as
mentioned. Only a small number, so act quickly. Regular juices
$1.26 and $1.50.    On sale to e'ear Friday and Saturday, each  ...95c
SILK   LINED   KjD
GLOVES
$1*7S
per
Two styles Bhown
Fair
warm   comfort   I  .
8i>K "ned ev,  ���'   .
"l'H- Heavy caif , 'im"��
French Moeha ��� ' ��
with dome ,.,,���.... .���*���:
shades of ere *��� ���
brown, and _&��� ' ! . g
to 7tt; Darn.tr $1?<
per p.
KERSEY (    >)TH
COATINGS
$1.50 to $2.00 yard
Chillis  particular^   adaol
for making up |nto
coats.    They are 54   ���    .
wide, in plain oi .
linish, heavy, tl:,,, ...  |
in    Rice    similes    r.f
���own
navy,
green, brown. 8cai ������ ]M,\
and dark cardinal ������,-,."���'
wine.  etc.    Pei   s ,,i flid
t0          $2 0-
Irish   Linen    Tea    Cloths
Two Days only Each $1.00
Regular $1.50 end $1.75 values
Christmas shoppers will do well to put these down upon their list
and shop Friday and Saturday In order that they may secure one or
more for. Xmas gifts. W'e are dealing out a few odd pieces in
clothes, 30 by 30, 36 by 36, 28 by 30, 28 by 36, 18 by 64 inches. All
imre Irish linen, white, and all good quality. Regular values $1.60
and $1.75.    To clear two days ( illy,  each    $1.00
I   HEAVY BLANKET
COATING
$1*50 to 1.75 yard
Very heavy, 64 Inch all
wool blanket clot]
for men's Bmokiti) ] ...-.
Shown in plain, dark red al
$1.50 per yard, and In dark
navy plaid at, per yard $1.75
THE   CHRISTMAS
SHOWING OF
NECKWEAR
grows  larger    day    b)  da
E_ ery day brings
neckwear. Aires I
lng   affords  a   largi
from  which to
gifts,     Beaded   i
Bets,    shawl    coll
scarves,   knit,c.i  i
throws,     marabi I
Dresden   collars
jabots    and    collars,
collars, etc.    Manj  of the*
are  sold   in   ll.dh I
of .i.tractive ap] e u  ru e   \
prices, each. . .  25: to $10.M
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
Hot business men's supper at Odd
Fellows' hall, comer of Eighth and
Carnarvon, on Saturday from 5:30 to
S p.m.   50 cents. **
Arrivals at the waterfront yesterday and Thursday were: Flyer, scow
and 3*,0 tons of coal for Gilley Bros.,
Fearless, boom of logs for Small &
Bucklin; Phoenix, scow load of coal
for J. Ma. ers.
The services tomorrow In St. Paul's
Reformed Episcopal church    will   be
appropriate to the occasion of the nn-1
niversary, and  win    be taken    both'
morning and evening by Rev. Thomas
Gladstone,    of    Victoria.     Duiing  the;
evening service a solo wlll be rendered by Miss Watson,    of   Sapperton.
The  Rev, A. ''eii. Owen will  take thel
services In the church of Our Lord. I
Victoria, which aie also anniversary.I
Look Over
our groceries and then Judge
whetheV they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely aa
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than fa\;crable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
See the Special Display of Xmas
Handkerchiefs���Saturday Night
Our entire main store f:iven over to the display of over 1  dozen   of   plain   and   fai
chief-;.   T:* most varied and cofnplate sl:owins lu H. c.   We Invite you   to    Ue   displa     Sa i
evening.
\~mh&^?$*Zi    -��� - ��� I&l**'***��� "���   *'���:
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
I
i
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
t**y>*>4
.���������������������������������������������������������������
GET
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up In a
GREEN BOX
Specially Packed for
T. A. MUIR & 0).
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Hlock,   411 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
jSome Good Buys
t
Fall Size Lot, Hauiltoi St., near Lord Kelvin School
Price $830.00, Terms
I Double Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Terms
3 Lots oa 7th Avenue, near 16th St.      $300.00 each, Terms
See us about Port   Mann
C I01CE ACREAGE IM 5'AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.}
?������t+4����+��.*���*�������� I ��������������������* **��������������������������������������������* ��������������������.��
Royal City Chemicsl
Cleaners and Dyers
SKND YOUR ORDKUS TO
TO BE CLEANED AND DYED
BY THK NEW AND PERFECT PROCESS.
W'e have wide experience in
Cleaning and Dying.
Machinery and skilled work
people, In facl we bave every
facility at band lo ghe you tbo
BEST WORK  FOR THE
LEAST  MONEY.
Gowns    and    Costumes, Gents'
Suits,   Gloves,   etc.
G.  r.  BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
��������������������������������������������������������������������>�����������������������������������������������������������"""*
I HTblffi FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
fr    WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne
PHONE ^:3
��������������������������������������� ��***��������*��*���** ���������������������������������������<>********-.
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
If you want something choice for Today s w
ner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast o
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
New Westminster
Columbia Street
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   DAILY   NEW.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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