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PROPERTY.
u/HlTE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
RITERS
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tke $5 Per Month.
..jftHILES 8* CO*
NEW WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IB, 19��
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
paiOCOlATES
CONTAINED ARSENIC
L, Quietly Investigating
peculiar Attempt Made on
Burnaby Man's Life.
parliament noi io \W0RK ABOUT 10 START ON
The Re-assembly of English I
WESTMINSTER f Alb IN I AID. WELSH SUGGESTS
I _   _   -   *. m**, m s*.  as   ^ s\ a*
BID EOR CONVENTION
A RADICAL CHANGE
Next Meeting of Union of Single Tax  System   To Be
�� Re"aw;mp'yp0^nf "'we^inste,  T_.mi.-P 4 Street Rai^y Will Eclip..;    B. c. Municipalities to Be]    Brought Up at the Next
House Will Be Purely For- ��� ..,.��� r   .  al"*
J i      r��.i. r��_ 4k- r���������Structure Will Cost About
mai-Elections Soon.
Others On the Coast-Structure Will Cost About
$80,000  -Modelled On Lines Of  Finest
Held in Victoria.
Council Meeting.
,    two of  Ills 'friends   helped
fcSiJ   one eating  several  bon-
ET"t.;.:. "*��  we,, noticed
Fh���v, , peculiar taste ana on this
Ln! the bo* was laW ���**
I �� of   hem very  seriourty.    A. emls an rtturatf to power the mod- b���%JS�����a btick walla.    The
was summoned   and  after no- erate men will De submersed. '"'*���       ...   M       ......  .,..  =��e
t DEUMS    it:iu     iur-,..,.,	
! roof   will   I*  supported  by  steel   colum:. s.    The building will be two stor-
neer.  auditor,    train     master    a.u  ...-.���	
others will be found there. [reporter about lt yesterday, remarked  marks tneir aeaperauu.ua  t**,*,^ 	
The building wi 1 be 132 feet square, that nearly al the discussion was rela- is a show on ln the Opera house or
In general plan it will  be similar to tive to the way certain clauses in the something of that description.    Alder-
#  .*,���   t��Ai��n��   Traction  Municipal  Clauses act  operated.    A'l   man  Johnston  for  the   flrst  time  In
 '    ***~���lra   nrninipct   his   Cllalr   and'
j;,;. E pomade to polion him,      Aft* having   ^tmjjj^  "J*"*^ floor will be tlte car the ^ent -iil  We. minster delegaU.s were not very cas. ���^ ^ ,__
Chedow noi know of any enemies an   nfluen.ial deputaUon wMch prom- comnTOdtous    waiting   too   sj Jl e con   e er& ^ ^ ^ t  ^ Uie dlscusslona.      we,   maj ^ ^ & ^
E_ have ,- bitter  a   spite against. leed  him support. Silas    Fader    has a U)e pener��l gb- seei tarnan- We8tmlnster, may have mote to say next   year^  oon r and the
111 tin HAY Bf "HIT
BEFORE IND OF NEXT
cmranas ronm
financial   business.     At   tne     pm ��*����.     ".    .       , j(.h B n,0'ern method oi j". l"   ���"   ,,"'   ,,"������,,   to  spend   al-  menuauons   oi   u��   u.......   ������ ���-   -
s�� ���.���gjj -��-�� ��aa?LA'sti. ��*|i���j _���,�����, ,��� M mm^jrjstaarsa"? ml RmFumme
business in Kngland. T,       tl,e (k.ket holders will be,     '   �� b        hanging flre of  new   reco atb e u .. ^^   \)\\VJlULl\\lVJUU  HLM*-
�����-=f^B��rss !���-arts.'."asr^S E-sbtsr - * ^te^^_rsa��t
���cr Plebiscite  on   Local   Option
Within Twelve  Months.
BANH TELLER SlJSPIi. BUS ��� ^FLOODS AQMN TBREATEN
 , 1  have   a   better   system   oi  ***.������	
Poor Start in Y. M. C. A. Work.       kect'in?. track of their passengers and   was about to be mate
Br. Spencer Voices   Proposal  to  Call ,     WhnflpBg,   Nov.   14.���The   first   day 	
j of tho Y. M. C. A. campaign for |600,��
000  proved   disappointing   to  the  or-
i ganizers. only  .'.Mj.ouo being collected,
���^jMj-j^g-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     (this including the following large sulv-
  fir-iiptitins:    J. Ashdown. $25,000; WI'��
,   ,       I lam McKenzie, Edward Brown and J.
In the  Olivet   Haptist  church   Ust  R  MoArthllt.   |10,000 each;   Attorney
..: lng   in    Spencer,   of   Yancouver. Genera, Campbell, T. Raton companv,
Bresldenl ol the Local Option league   Hoiu.v  ���ilks ail(i S()ns    and    Q     ������
H British Columbia, delivered an ad-  Ste,,|lens   $5 ooo each
l'he  War   Against   the   Sa- ; wm ,aR, elgW davg
OF CLEAN CERTIFICATE
INUNDATION OF PARIS
The can-.'.'. Ign
Wo-nan   La'jn^ers   Dirty
Do
|ar  Bin_ljardin   de.    Plantes    Under
Ias   u.e   ur, iciuu
Clauses act into three sections, applicable to first  class and second class Branch of United Brotherhood of Car-
cities,  and  rural  municipalities',   gov-, ���   ... _, amnrica
ernment ownership of telephones; bi-
cji;-j,aV election  of  councils;   taxation
of tlrrvber leases and timber berths on]
Crown   l'inds,  and  ilie  establishment 1
of countv councils to co-operate with' ^aBBfanaei     .   ,.
the   provincial   govemnent  in   build-     0ne of tl,e most enthusiastic organ-
penters and Joiners of America
Is Organized.
Boon."   Beginning with a bitter tirade
I ,. mst tm  liquor traffic, Dr. Bpencer
recapitulated the main counts in um
Indut.n.tit against "the linked gi^an-
Mail  Clerk Arrested,
tetment against ���'the 1^^*'    Wfcrt%.^1iSSr3Ek. wbo
Treasury  Officials   Appealed   to
to Rcr.'ssure Banker.
WHtdWton,  Nov.  14.-A    mistate
Residents   of   Eastern   Suburbs
Fear   More   Trouble.
,    , tne oc-   Wi'S  ^L^rrthS  aft^rnoon" charged vn!renl   finally   decides   to    laundry
^^r^nthuVld^om;^,^^ ^red   nial,  .elne^y   ^  niuncy   ca.e   to   tlte  J
*S?X to thSHer cent^of^the  at ?1,_,.  jtentlon  0f  the  treasury   officials   tp-
day,
^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ une 01 me moo.. ^.... ..
ling frunk roads, fn" this connect ion Nation meetings of any union erer
Water��� much profitable discussion arose on held in New Westminster was helif
'the question of the best methods of 'ast night when a local of the United
road building and maintenance of Brotherhood of Carpenters and Join-
toads, with particular reference to ers of America was instituted,
automobile and motor freighting car The new union will commence busf-
tiaffic. ness  with  a  charter membership of
I    Mavor   Lee.  of  New  Westminster, dfty-two;
which set In jde'ivere.l   an   instructive   address   on      R. A. Stcney. .local organizer for A.
[municipal   advertising    and   publicity M- ot L- ,vas "������ first sPeakPT\ but
I work.   A resolution wns adopted ask- he only 1v1.de a few introductory re-
for  tbe  saiety  Vi   t���c      )in���  thp    provjndaj    government    to  marks   privr  to  the   speech   of  Can-
villages along the Seine are lncreasel. build,  equip  and   maintain  a  sanato- adtan Organizer Flett, which was the
Alreadv the water in the river has Hum  for tubercular cases, two-thirds event of the evening.
iark and unles3\ot the rost t0 l,e borne b>' ,he mu-     offlcers were    elected  as follows:
'nicipalities pro rata  to their popula- President,   Joseph     Chapman;    vice
""-- ni-psident. G. R.    Scarlet;    recording
Pa'is, Nov. 14.���Rain,
last night, continues to fall find feats
reached  high-water  m
ceases soon it will be '''" '""���"-���   ���������
, Ition.     A   number  of   minor
President.   Joseph     unapmuu,    ������>-
popula- ���2   ��   R     scarlet;    recording
jtion.    A   number  01   miuur    .natters gggj* v" D. Grant; financial secre-
Plec.8. \ also  approved  of.  such  as  the secret   . A treasurer.
1 Hon of land subdivision plans WJ^taeJ,   a warden,    three   del^
procedure of justices of the a cona^c h ��� Westminster Trades and
the administration of their ff����/�� ���cl,    and    three    audi
Labor  Council    and    three
have yet to be elected.
auditors
0! ihe rapid process In the I nlted
States, Borne sixty millions of the inhabitants of which are now living under prohibition   laws;   of  the    lorth
Mo^querade   Next   Monday.
A   mascitterade  skate  will   be   held
1
Old "Sheriff Dead.
R.an,pt(,n. Nov^i.-R^ert R^d,
1 floods early last year, are beginning |    a   ma��mwi��n>         - Decorates Graves of Canadians.
to flee from what they believe will be at the Pythian rink on Monday even-      Livingstone. South  Africa. Nov. 14.
1 nc u....,  ��� ^ repetition of last January's overflow,   lng,   when   pt izes   will   be   given   for ���Hon.     Rodolnhe      Lemieux     lalil
smiled Chief Wilkie. of tlte secret R jg feared that ft numt,er of fac- tbe best dressed lady and gent'emnn. wreaths here todav on tbe gravs or
service department, "is that it's been tories will be closed down, throwing The worst freak on the floor will also Canadians who fell in the battle of
cleaned." I thousands out of employment. I be suitably rewarded. Paardeburg ten years ago.      ���  *
"I    III,"   v  .ui.ii.t*     ��� ^	
hi Rastera   Canada   and   the   praine
provinces.
I'nfortunately    every    province    in
Canada was ahead of British Columbia, i ui this stale of affairs, he hoped, wo iid boob be remedied by the
"i ���: In   nl  to the Canadian Tempe.- ,
anee A 1 making it applicable to Bnt-
III   Ci lumbia.     Uhdef  the  powers  of
this Aci   petitions asking thai a vote
bi takt M lequire to be signed by only |
'*������ :���     enl   bf  the electors,  in  any
comity or 1 ity, and the requisite petitions have been presented calling for
a vote  in  Chilliwucl;   and   in   Ptlnce
Riifeit, on the fourteenth and twenty-
W ond of December, respectively.
Following on  these    b Hots.  It   is
Propofi I to ("ill next for a plebiscite
In '  itity of Westminster; in the
Ct ,!���,.,,  ^ree months, and i'i
all probability In the City of New
W< ��� 1 inster within a year. To d ���
tills r . :i,t ,1 ,.0i vork and money, an'l
be calh 1 on bis audience to give all
of " 0 e. Thla vear D sum of $2.60(M
had ���! far baen subscribed to the
pavement,  and   the   league   required
w ire to  pay  all  accounts and
p   Ide for the coTflng onmpalgns.
T ' B| eaker cniKdutled with an h->
I all nel appeal to his audience for
''' I ��������� islstnhce ln the work carrle 1
J1'1 by the league, with which he,
brae! itted the Won en's suffrage
n'"<"i;��'.ii., ;uid stated that with tho
distance of tbo women's vote,
enttl'
Sketch of New Depot To Be Built Here By B.CE.Ra Company
lie  women's
vohni hla t'i'o-n
i-ate nf two years
cleat!   tlte  province of   B-ltish
enl to md within the
Cift to B. C. Aid Society.
London, Nov.   14���The    council of
,tl(' British Columbia Aid society has
received  ��500 from a "wo'.l-v.isher.
IF^"""-""^' "       :=~^"    " V   ","""���., t. be Ae finest on the Amer.cn , nt.nent.    It will have . front,.* of
apo���s station of the Indiana Taction company, acknowledge ^^ ^ $ ���
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PAGE TWO
HE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,  NOVEMBER
15- liifl
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
\. A.\ i i-.D���A   WAITRESS   AT   ROYAL City hotel, elderly person pie-
,l.-r:e.l. tf
VIRGINIA HARNED
WANTED���A FIRST? CLAfjS FURNISHED roo ������-��� with or without
board. Ap] ly Bos 81. Dai y News
Office,
Possibly the most im]uitant attraction of the present theatrical season
at   the  Westminster  Operal house   i.s
... ti.e  engagement of  Virginia   Harned
Sealed tenders addressed to the un- B p
'Tender! for no::t Wednesday, November 16.    Miss
nnnr TnnTTrD CT40TC '.Hon. Wi:ihw�� Harty, M   P., PrUu'iiul opened todaj bj  Biaht
OLOBE TROTTEB STAHTS    IjgJ-Mii-<g*s2S* t _Ti_S^
ON WORLD TODR AT SIXTY *f fcSS**ST? 5?*fi�� p*-�� *��
TEAMSTER   WANTKD    TO    DRIVl
wagon.    Apply James and McClug
!::   ;.   FVonl   St.
Klngstt it. Nov. i i
a glol e trol al sixty years of age is a
' [enry
WANTED- BY   A   Vul'N l   SCOTCH
man a position on a ranch.   Apply, =
dei signed and endorsed
rails"  will  be  received tit  this ofllce Harned will proffer a new play. "The
until noon on Thursday, November 17, woman   Ke   niarried,"   by    Herbert
l:no. for the purchase ql fifteen   ti;,, ,...;,���,,    ,,,,   weu.knoWn   dramatist,
tons of 40-pouhd steel tans.  Penderert . . ....
,, quote pi-fees per ton.   These rails >'-!�� deals w,tl) " new PfcaSe '" New
,,,,,;.   be   l^scected   at   the   Dominion York life.    Competent  critics   declaro
government   wharf,    Customs    House n    j;    bettei    than    anything    Mi3s  moa.   unusual occurrence, bill
I-Iuint-J '.:���.��� h. ! slhce bor joinl  sl i -  St( vari now in the cil
tins  t m:s with   E. H. Southern, ���;     thai     i   I m.
, .  .. , . . , dn   February 11   of   this   year
'���<���"���"""     ''"'���     b    wh,oh<    underl8taited to walk around the world, and HOME
C   ���   es   Froh   in's   management   she bas already travelled about 5000 miles,
had   .wo yelrs bl immense success in.lie goei   from bere to Ottawa, whe   ���
l ;.,,,- j ,. . he expects tu have an audience ��Ith     Calgary
In "Tlit- Wo i in Lie Married
Harned will again be seen as a bare- , .,,,   ,,,,.,,, , .
,   .. .,,,, .,,,1  ,.,;;,:   distinguished  cltf- Albert,   a special train" '
t t d!!|   , ;,
...
tales  he ealied  Oil  St'NCiiu  .   m-nim...
Mr   Stowarl   p&enti   a m0sl   pic- f,om ?��lgary.    Spee
Appearance.      He    is    tail, en-d   by   Bishop   Lagal,
���  'erect,  with   long  white  hair  antl   mill-  combe,   Rev.   Pathei   I,
Hen,,   Stewart, 8,n   D.e.o,   Re��he, !^^U S ST��S*X^   ��� '��� '
Klnfl.ton nnd  Say.  He'n  Cai, '    |witha blanket rolled and worn in mil- J^^^J
He'll   Cal
on   Laurier  at  Ottawa.
J
WANTED���ALL   KINDS   OF   SKIN'S   square,  New Westminster, 1.!. ('.
i  aued, lined and mounl d. Satl'sfac- G. A. KEEFER,
t'on    guarl iteed.    D.  S.  Cameron, | Distrlol Engineer,
V  i   Fourth .;'.    Phono R527. Department of Public  Works,
___ ���_ ' \ew  Westminster,  B.  C,
WANTED���BY   AN     EXPERIENCED  November 0,  1910.
flrfeBsmaker. sewing, by th.e day. Ad-     Newspapers inserting tl Is advertise-     (   ,       "
dress Box EC, Daily News Offlce,       ,.,.:;,   withoul  authoiitj   from the tie-   -' ' '      '
with a blanket rolled and worn In "il
Itary marching order fashion over tho Lacombe, and v,m ���, ,
shoihler.   He oarried a staff on which | Sisters  of   Provideti
Iwere attached tl\e American and Brit-
lish ti igs and a small   I and   grip,  on
ro dtari oui on which was paitAed the words:    "Oul
of San Diego."   One object  in ca ry-
lng thp il ats Is  to secure  protection
for i.i  s< II In foreign countries.
ia t ngaged .n
hs
OR   DESTITUTE
OPENT.D AT  MIDONAPOn_
Nov,    1 I,  4T110   faille.     l ���
i artment will u il I e paid tor ii
;������  MinglSir v.'iinid Laurier.    '���''"'1| the Capit- combe home for thc destitute, erectt I
al he will continue hi- tramp to Que- al Midnapore at a cosi at $60,600,
Ka.he,  Lacombe pt
 ' '���'"l! ������'������''< '������ '
Burns d .  ���
- '      |
  and  P
of (and for tin
buljdin.    ** o  vi      ���
structure, aituati I
aboul a mile from ihe c
Wa; ���   and   Is   8t(  -
with  aeetjlei      .
:. odate   ninety-five    ���
;��� ution la lo
li   Bell si,
o   till       lendld fan
.
lie
10 Daily  News Offlce.
NAyAL   SERVICE   OF  CANADA.
"WANTED���A CHILDREN'S NURSE
for lour months. Al ply Mrs. Lr.
Jones, 48  Royal avenue.
Notice   Concerning   Tends-s   for    Victuals   for   the   Naval   Service.
SEALED   TENDERS   addiessed   to
TOAVTED ��� SMALL     HANCII.     IM- the   undersigned,   endorsed   "Tenders
"l    ' red.  with  buildings, in  the  vie- for  VI tuals"  and  accompanie
tiOtyWot New "Westminster." " Fu'.l fortified  cheque  for   10  per
Brokerage the amounl of the tender, will be re-,her art,
particulars to Vancouver
Laud, G2 Hastings stieet oast
fool   model,  as in  "Trilby,"  the  robi    \\0 K\\\ visit every countfj  In   En
tbal Bhe oil ia./ed and in which she i >pe and also the capital cities.    He  ***.**-**************���******���*. **l**>**)****************a^^t
i   .���,���  ber  first   greal    success.      She will spend tear months in Jerusale i,
, . , , .      .   ,        . 'wheie he will write an act o tnl m h s
P'a>'s a m��hJs '   ,"":":'1 character, an trave)s     ,.,.  iL,���nN  tQ  (., ���   (,lini
actress irtisl lel-wifi. bui il ere a e :m,i japan, and has letters of Intro lu .
nany light scenes In which she Bhows tion   to  the  chief  Instructor   of   tl."
cent   ,,��� new and  unexpected developments of Japanese navy and  to the Electrical
coi dssioners to China, it is his Intent n i" ��� ee the MIka lo who, I o
Bays ��ill send, him back to San Dla o
FOR   QUICK
Miss Harned hi b t nj lyed  a wonder-
^11  remarkablj   successful career Ion a   Japanese   man-of-war.
He
FOR   SALE.
is
an-
celved   up  till   noon   on   Wednesday,
November 30,  ai   the   Department  of,,
suppl^oftlmTouLPnrrommoditJe^   or many years, de'    h     most of har|booked to return to San  Diego
to  be delivered al  the Naval   Dock- time and talents to offerings made !n uary l, lOln.
���ards  at Halifax    N    S   and    Esqui- the larger cities of t��e country.      In Reason of the Tr,;-.
���;���,.'   r   (��� ' Bea;B   '(haricot)   Choco- fact she has almost  confined he- ef-     The objeel of his loiv trip is I i ad-
���ate.' Flouri' Jam,   Marmalade,   Meat, forts to New York and London aa she wtl   ��� the   Panama-California expo I
'ias enjoyed year and two-year runs in tlon. which  [a to be beld i    1915   to
mpletlon of the Pan-
P,0 Arrps Watpr Front Propprtv, two and
: Uu
one half
Fu ft Sai
loomed house antl two lots-
to tram.   Immediate possession. Ap-|
ply Owner, Box 2t9, City.
stieet.
tlculars. or 51'.
Westminster, H. C.
"""V ' preserved     (Corned     Reef.     Mutton, bas enjoyed year ana two-year runs m ""������  ����"�������� ���* **������
JU8 Fr0Ilt Brawn)   Milk,    condensed.    Mustard, the metropolis with  "Iris," "AU< f celebrate the co
   Oat-re-ii; .Marrowfat   Peas, Split  Peas. Obi   Vincennes,"  "Uraula"  in  Ant'aony a"'ii cana .
.,-mc   c.vlPpnr'pr.   salt.   Suet.   St.uar.   vinegar. Hope's "The Adventures of Lady   Un .  While here th.
j.'OR    SALE���CHANCE    FOU    POUT
Menn we:i.e..on; comfortable, neat
Bcow house, in very good condition
i iree rooms, etc.    Apply
"*'"''       "0N-   |.-xsy TMIMS   si\iPr%reT'&iit.'1Suet,  Vu^rVinega?! j Hope's "The Adventures of Lady   Un I    While  here thn  veto, an .
"���>���'��������� =��� p^      "    ��_      ' j     ,i]H, ,,.,1,,,,.; aula," and her "Ophelia" to Mr. South- ter called on  Mayer Couper and  Dr.
The -eriod of contract   to'be   for artfa    "Hamlet."     Other    prominent j Sands, city clerk, who affixed the seal
'one Vear' from December 1st, 1910       I lays In which she originated the lead- P' (i " corporation to his   dairy.      He
 ^^ .���.  Forms of tender mav be had   from In* roles  were  "The   Love  Letters,"  hoped, before leaving the city, to see
FOR  SALK OR  RENT  BY OWNER, th.e undersigned. "Molly   Haddon,"  "An   Enemy  to thej       ,	
seven rootn modern house on Fourth j    Unauthorized    publication   of    this . K"11-'-"   and   "Anna   Karenlna.' i
Apply on premises for pair- Notice will not be paid for. I    "The Woman He Married" is a ve
Fourth street, New I G. J. DESBARATS.      hide of today, thoroughly   up-to-date.
Deputy Minister cf the Naval Service, and Miss  Harned takes advantage of
Department  of  the  Naval   Service, the many opportunities it offers    ""
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POR     BALB-AT   VIDAL'S    WARE-  0ttawa   October  25th,  1910.
bouse,   case
birds, f260.
of    beautiful    stuffed |
seats sale opens at MacKenzie's Drdg
i Store today.
COUNTERS FOR SALE AT VIDAL'S
warehouse, 1T> and 20 feet long, solid  Notice
Z   NAVAL     SERVICE      OF     CANADA.
A CHURCH SCANDAL.
;t foot top���must be sold.   Make us
an offer
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO  LET���FURNISHED  ROOM, COU-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
VJDlV   71.   Trow   o��r��M��t
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
ppntlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
Concerning       Tenders       for
Clothing and Kit for the Seamen Anonymius Letters Are Circulated
of  the   Naval   Service. Among Ottawa  Congregation.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to Ottawa. Nov. 14.���The congregation
the undersigned, endorsed "Ten iers of r)oni;l,lon MellK)dist r1"11"011 hnve
for Clothing and Kit" accompanied bv heen greatly exercised duiing the past
samples and a certified cheque for lb;few weekf because of a series of an-
per cent of the amount of the tender, onymous letters sent by Bome woman,
will be teceived up till noon on Wed-,a "^ber of the church, jo various
nesday. November 30. 1910. for the ���pro!nlnent c,lli,'ch official��- making
following contracts: charges of improprieties    and    incon
1. For the supply of���Boots, Uni. sistoncies unbecoming to church mem.
form Badges and Buttons. Underwear, ber8, 0ne c''^' merchant, for instan-
Socks.   Stockings,   Jerseys,   Comfort- ce' w:,s aoc"sed of paylns too n.u^h at
tention  to liis
Other
TO    KENT ���NICELY
room  suitable   for   two
ers, Cholera   Belts.   Leggings.   White' "���">���""  l" '"s    stenographer.
Shirts,    Collars,    Towels,    Blankets,! me-,,bers were accused of flirting or of
l r!:NhHED|Bed8i   Rert   covers.   Knife   Lanyards,Ie���hastng social distinctions.
Handy  to Brushes   (Tooth,   Hair,  Clothes"   and!    Fln��U>- a    committee    of    members
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth , Boo, K Comhs (horn).
���,ro<>*   2.    Blue   serge.   Duck.   dean.   .     ...
~   Flannel and shirting in the piece.        '?��� ancl s"spir'lon is now   fastened on
3     For the making up of the folio.-.-- tt,e wife of a "1:,n wl,�� h;ls held many
|to.r anpolnted to investigate.    A new
Drill   ^*nr'{   handwriting  expert   was  called
TO  LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS.  AP-
ply    upStAira Trappi   block,    corner
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED- ers, Trousers, (Duck, Serge Cloth)
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply Overcoats, Monkey Jackets. Shirts,
afer <! p. m. or hetween 9 a. ni. and Flannel Undervests, Seamen's Collars,
5 p. rn. at Room 14. 6l'3 Columbia Caps, (round and peaked). Cap Cov-
mr��>tt iers.  Overalls.   (Combination  Suits).
 j    The  reriod   of  contract   to   be   for
-  - """*' one year from December 1st, 1910 for
[Articles   in   Schedules   1   and    2   and
from January 1st, 1911 for Articles :n
ing garments-Tunics, Serge Jumpers Jm'*)rJant  nffl>es in  t,,e ^w'ci-- The
(with and without cuffs). Duck Jump- 'ff'f "re  S,M1  COH^pupd, antl    it  :s
LOST.
.LOST���A    DIAMOND    SCARF     PIN   Schedule 3
last Saturday, hetween Baptist
Church and Welsh's Grocery. Kindly leave same at C. A. Welsh's grocery store and  receive  reward.
forms of tender may be had  from
the undersigned.
Unauthoti7ed    publication    of    this
Notice will not be paid for.
G. J. DESBARATS,
3LOST���ON  SATURDAY.  A  CHEQUE  Deputy Minister of the Naval Service,
for   $13.50  cn   Royal   Bank  of  Can-      Department  of   the   NaTal    Service,
ada.    Kindly leave same at 863 Co- Ottawa, October 25th, 1IH0.
lumbia street  west and receive re- ���^���^������
.   CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
XOST���BLACK      WAGON      COVER, I 	
v.aterproof,  between   Blickie  street I Local  Improvement  Notice.
?nd George Cunningham's hla<-k-; The Municipal Council of the Cor-
amlth shop. Finder please notify poration of the City of N'ew West-
Daily News. j minster  having   by   resolution   deter-
I mined and specified that lt Is desira-
^^^^""���",~^^���"""""""  hie to carry out the following works,
N'OTICE. (that  is to say:
  To construct cement concrete side-
REAL       ESTATE   W!l"<s'    paved     roadway,    boulevards,
JNOTICE
TO
AGENTS���My property fating on
the Yale and Town Line roads, nineteen (IH) acres, has heen withdrawn  from the market.
S. O. PAULSEN.
NOTICE.
Tlie undersigned    has   moved    his
.ifli'-e  to  1316  Cariboo street,  where
he will  conduct,  the real estate business under his own name.    The office
*-on Twelfth stieet  is for sain.
D. D. BOURKE.
nnd   storm   sewers   on    Third    Street
from Royal Avenue to Sixth Avenue.
And that the said work shall be
carried out ln accordance with the
provisions of the "Local Improvement  General   Bt-Ihw  11)09."
And the City Engineer and City As-
Bessor having reported to the Council in accordance with the provisions
of the sail by-law upon the said
works giving statements showing  thel ���
amounts   estimated' to   be   chargeable!
against   the   various   poitlons  of   real Great  Northern   Railway,
property to be benefited 'bv the said !    '-eaves     New     Westminster
works and other  particulars, and  tho'a-m- arrives Seattle 3:06 p. ra
statod that the matter    may     finally
reach the police court.
^gMiMMgggMimw^maaas^^ma*
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westmintt��r Branch.
We��k Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
am., and every half bour thereafter
until li:30 p.m.
Cars leave N'ew Westminster for Van
couver at F>:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 anr
8:00 a.m., and every half hour there
after until 11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
���"}ar�� leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., aid
every half hour thereafter unti'
11:30 p.m.
Cart leave N��w Westminster for Vs-
oouver at ?.:"1 a.m.. snd fv��ry hai*
hour thereafter  until  11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   lenve   N'ew   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave  Westminster
at S n.m. to 10 n.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Furniture
EVERYTHING REDUCED���We are anxious to give you a square deal. Every-
thing is marked original price, and also Sale Price, so you can see at a glance
what you are"saving. That is the fairest way we can conceive of. You
will find a bargain in everything you buy.
We wculd like to  draw  your  special  attention  to Blankets, Comforters, etc.
BLANKETS���White wool, nice, long, soft nap,  cut single,  edges hemmed;
size 68 x 82 $5.90
COMFORTERS���Full bed size $1.50
SNAPS
Linoleum,  12 ft.  wide,  per square
yard 47c
Stair Oilcloth, per yard 17c
Chest of 3 drawers $6.50
Strong Couch $4.90
Comforters, full size $1.50
Eiderdown Comftrters $6.75
Outside Door Mats, each 20c
Window Shades, complete 35c
Flannelette Sheets, grey, full size,
per pair $1.25
Japanese Matting, by the roll, 4 yds.
price 4.20
Lace Curtains, per pair 35c
Denny & Galloway
RELIABLE HOME FURNISHERS
Phone 588 43-45 Sixth Street, New Westminster
t. GirroRD
THE JEWELLER
Trapp Block, Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C
Is forced to remove from the present premises and is offering his entire stock
at a Great Reduction.   Don't miss this opportunity, it means dollars to you.
8:17|
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
said reports of tlie said City Engineer and ( ity Assessor having heen
adopted by the Council.
Notice is bereby given that the
said reports are open for inspection
at tlie office of the city assessor, city
ball, Columbia street, New Westminster,  B.  C, and that  unless   a   1 cti-
rake notice that James Davis Smitnjtlon against the proposed works
���of Vancouver, B. C, occupation build- 'aiJOve mentioned signed hy a majoc-
���er. intends to apply for permission to itv of the owners of the land or real
purchase the following described. property assessed or charged in re-
.lands. gpect    of    such    works,  representing
Commencing at a post marked "J. at ]eMt one-half in value thereof is
,1X foniith. S. W. corner, at prepente:l to the Council within flf-
ithe   northwest   corner    of    pre-emp- teen (lays flom the date of the flrst
?"'.  J!0'*.   ,        '      l enfe      north;publication  of this  notice  the  Coun-
tebout 60. chains  more or less, to orjol,   wll,   ���roceod   wlth   the    propo8ed
���rear   Sakinaw   Lake,   thence   east   GO  improvements  under  such  terms and
chains more or less, thence south 80  conditions  as  to tho payment  of  tho
���Chains more or  less, thence west 40iCOBt   0f  such   improvements   as the
Chains, more or less, thence north 40! Council   may  by   by-law  ln  that be-
���chains, more or less, thence west 40 half reKll!ale nnd determine and also
chains  more or  less,  to the place of to make assessment.
��� ���commencement.
,1AM KS    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20, 191C.
TORN FERDINAND BAGGS. Aaant
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THS r.��.:^Y NEWS,
Dated this 8th day of November A.
D., 1910.
W.   A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date   of   first   publication   the    Oth
day of November, 1010.
Trv i Want Ad. In the News.
vill litiEi ;es>iiu.
Leaves    N'ew    Westminster    10:30 j
a.m.;   arrives  Sea-ile   3:16  p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:301
p.m.;  arrives Seattle 0:40 p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster    12:27
a.m.:  arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m. '
Leaves   Seattle   8:05   a.m.;   arrives I
N'ew Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  12:25  p.m.:
Vew Westmlns'er fi:25 p. tn.
Leaves   Seattle   4:35   p.m.;
N'ew Westmlns'er 9:27 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  11:45  p.m.;
New Westminster 0:30 a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Gulchon 0:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
WATCHES
Our regular $1.50 watch. Sale price
 I',:-
Our regular $2.51) watch. Sale pi ice
 $1.25
Gentlemen opefl face, 20 year guaranteed case, fitted with absolutely
reliable movements; regular $12.no
to $15.00���Sale price (while they
last.)    $8.75
Solid 11-K cold gentleman's open face,
fitted with full jewelled, reliable
Walthain  movement.   Regular  $45.00
���Sale   price    $35.00
VERY SPECIAL.
Full line of other watches at a grc.it
reduction.
DIAMOND RINGS
Our live stone Diamond rl
ng, regular
$100.00.    Sale   price	
 $72.00
Regular $or>.oo nine white
Wesselton
Diamonds.    Sale  price   .
 $45.00
Regular $20.00 nine w .ite
Wesselton
Diamonds.    Sale price  ..
 $10.00
Regular $45.00 Blue White
Wesselton
Diamonds.    Sale  price   .
Regular $18.00- Blue White
Wesselton
Diamonds.    Sale price   ,
$12.50
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6:00   a.m;   arrives,!
bridge passenger station,  New  West- j
minster,   10:20   a.m.   dally   execept
Sunday.
Leaves    New   Westminster   bridge
It  passeneer station  3:50 p.m.;   arrives
Sumas S:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
J' tst Arrived, a fine line of Ladies' Cold Umbrellas.   Reg. $12.00, sale price
$6.50.   Reg.\$10.00,mtsale price $5.50.    Reg. $7.50, sale price $4.50.
WATCH    OUR ^WINDOWS
������������i���i wnmniiw ii   in 11mmiiii w ������������������������nwiTTlr TUESDA
V   NOVEMBER 15, 1S1tk
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THhKR.
CHINESE DEVtlOP
!     FORMIDABLE ARMY
"His Maatora Volca"
tnVtJLit.
eraa*
__^____^___^_^_^_\\**\^^*{Wi
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
, CAPITAL         .14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.0a!
 , Branches tliroughout    Canada    and
- Newfoundland,   acu   In   London,  Eng-1
Prof. Mavor Addresses Mon- '��"('^ew ]Ml Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A.,  and   Mexico  City.    A   general
trnsl Ch-ih nn   rhnnrrne   in   hanking    business    transacted.    Let-
ireaiuuoon L.nanges in terg of Grftdlt IiiuWi av.lllnble with
! sorrespondents In   all   parts of   the
I world.
Savings Bank Djrartment���Deposits
recehed  in   sums  of  %i   and upward,
Montreal,   Nov.  14.���The effect   of j and Interest allowed at 8 per cent, per
the Cblna-Japanet ��� war of 1883 on the  annum (present rate),
popular mind oi the people of tbe Co-      To,il1  Assets ovei   $186,000,000.00
Celestial Kingdom.
Westminster
Transfer Co*
tottoc* 'Phone lis.     Barn 'Pkone 11V
Columbia Street.
P.ag. age   dellverea    promptly    **
any   ovt ot tie clt.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM   ORPOI
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Sternwhee'er
ADVANCE
VICTOR RECORDS
NOW ON  SALE)    FOR    DECEMBER    (NOW ON SALE)
Here are some attractive numbers from the new Ii
STANDARD RECORDS
10 Inrh, 7T.c   m, h
5795���"N'lftht Brinfts the Stars and You."
Ttnc.r Sulu l,y OtotlC  M   C.irrt.
5799 ��� "Play That Barber Shop Chord."
Ui'dy Muttay nnd 'Juartct
10 Inch DOUBLE-FACED RECORDS
Ittc. fur Uk two
16729
("Pretty Black-Eyed Susan"
J Pryor'
" Vucatana Man'
s Rand
Collins and Harlan
list:
RID SEAL RECORDS
New MELBA Records
Seventeen splendid  selections by the world'
Queen  of Seng.
13.00 each
Pt^PLE LABEL
New LAUDER Records
60010 ��� "Queen    Among   the   Heather.'
60006 ���"A Trip to lnverary."
10 inch. 90c. each
I
Hear these records at the nearest dealer's. Write for free catalogue of our 3,000 records.
Berliner Gram-o-phone Company Limited   -   Montreal
SOLD IN U. S. A. BY VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO.
Victor No. 1. $31.00.
Victor No. 2. $42.00.
Victor No. 3. $50.00
Victor No. 4. $63.00
Victor No. 5. $75.00
WE ALSO HAVE THE VICTOR-VICTORLA, THE FINEST MACHINE ON EARTH. CALL AT OUR
STORE AND HEAR THIS WONDERFUL MACHINE PLAYED. ALL THE LATEST RECORDS KEPT
IN STOCK. EASY PAYMENTS ON GRAM-O-PHONES IF DESIRED. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME   IN   OUR   STORE,   WHETHER  YOU   BUY   OR  NOT.
[J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
419 Columbia Street NeW Westminster, B. C.
iestlal empire was the flisl real awakening nt the (Men Oriental kin. dom.
Tl Is was the keynote oi the address
il* live ed to laj before the Canadi i i
dull of Mi ntreal by Prof< Bsor James
Mavor, professor ol political economy
at the University of Toronto. Prof.
Maun hns but recently returned from
a trip through China, Japan, and iv>-
ii... wl ei e he studied I he conditions
of the Beveral states ancl the lnflu-
cn i    ;r work In i he East.
1 he i Illness army, said Prof. Mavor,
had in the 1 isl live or six years b -
con i' an sl foi mldable I tree an I one
to be tec! one 1 w Ith In dealings of
���.������I tern nai Ions with (lie c nplre of
Cl iti'.
The pn 3enl sll uatlon existing be-
twi eti ihe powe s ol Eiii"i e and Anient a and tho Chine e, hi s tld, was a
menacing one, Since the Boxer Re-
be lion of 1900, the legatl ine had insist!, i on having sit apart tor them
pro.eity i'i the vtcinit) of the Royal
I palace, and to lay Had their guns trained in the .ales or tha: place. How
long the Chinese would permit this
was a matter of conjecture, but whan
tl e ti'iie came for the Imeprial fco fii'n-
nient of the country to act, (here
would he a grave crisis to he fared bv
the lowers. Such a condition was in-
{compatible with the national pride of
the Empire and. unless the growing
educational tendency ol the country
did something to alleviate the evils existing at the piesent time, dark days
are ahead.
The   industrial   condition   of  China,
said Prof.  Mavor,  was almost a unique  one.    Trades  unions  and  established iniluences rendered tlie nation's
becoming a force In manv branches of
commerce  entirely   out   of   the   question.    The manufacture of steel rails
and   other   departments   of   Industry
were gaining ground, bnt  in the way
of cotton, silk, sugar, and other manu-
facutring the trade conditions of the
empire rendered the markets of Chin i
one of tbo best  in  the world for out-
���Blde exploitation.
I    The  missionaries,  his sail, were   al
present   facing   the   problem    of   how
in share In the newly aroused educa
tional activities of tbe empire.   Theli
cial   ��� to attention on the part ol tbe
'  authoiities thai tbey musl have a pa't
in this phase of the nation's life wis
mie    easily    Justified    by    the    pa;t
achievements.    The government, low-
lever, bad taken the stand that th.e education of the country must be   non-
sectarian and non-rei itfous, one equally easily Justified and njore likely to
be enforced,
There was a good attendance at the
luncheon, the members evidently enjoying tbe observations of Professor
Mavor to the full.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. 1). BRYMNER, Manager.
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
'���      PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phcne  388
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many'.Peopls 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 Wf-yearly. :: ::
"Nsiness Accounts opened
oa tavcrable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETSr:$48,000 000
"jSentjto Approval A
"** -**.-,   H,..nnvi:intn   rr,,rlU       '    **"<���
NEW    WESTMINSTE..,   I
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday al 8 a. m.
Loaves chilliwack Wednesday, Frl-
lay and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation:
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
man ���������wl��� m *_ mwm
SCHOOLBOOKS
Scliool Supplies
AND [EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  A T 	
MOREY'S
I 665���Columbia Street���665
LNew Westminster, B. C.
TggsT
Green Cut Bone to Make
iYour  Chickens  Lay.
************
Central Meat Matkl
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
"^^T"1^mmmBBS335B3B^^^s*
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
i
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
linear Tlie Dally News Co., 60.  Victoria
Street.
"*"""""* To RBSPOXSIBL8 TEorl.E
SALE
BURNABY
Two acres, one block from Sixth street car line on street being
idamfced, containing ten lots with lane to back.   Lots l. 2, 3. 4
and 5; highly cultivated, with fruit    trees,    strawberries,     chicken
e, etfi.   Lots 6, 7, s. 9 andlO  have  light   ctearlng.    The  whole
o '      an  ideal   Investment   Price  for the  ten  lots   .6.000;   terms,
Ird cash, balanci 6, 12 and  is months.     Lots    may be snd
itelj on tet ms to be arranged.
CANADIAN PACIFIC Laughlin I
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
RAILWAY CO.
THE
LIMITED.
T. H. McCORMICK, Mgr. Real Estate Departxent.
ho Said Xmas?
_L�� time to start on your X-n^sjgirk: ff" ���
yiU^ivedU^pl^d^^
making up.    AU in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
Th* W hite House 617 Columbia Street
Train Service New
Westminster
Arrivals,
io. .0���From  Vancouver and  Agassiz. "    ���;    ,
12:10���From     Montreal.    Kootenay
and Okanagan.   (N'o. i>7>.
17:05���From Vancouver.     (No. Ji>).
1i,.'^ii_Pro!ii Seattle and Mission.
Mn;r)()_p,om  Montreal'and   Nicola.
iNo.'l). I
Departures. i
5.3Q���To   Vancouver.   Seattle.   Ni-J
cola and Montreal.
11  (ill-To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
16:55 To Okanagan, KOOtenay and
Montreal  (No   66).
17:50���To A. ;'ssiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To  Vancouver.    (No.   1).
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C  B.  FOSTER. A. G.  P.  A., Van
1    couver.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
*���B.C. Coast SSMinis
STEAMSHIPS   FROM* VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
10:00 a.m    nn��y
1:00 p.m   1>ul'y
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a.m   Dfli,y
11 00 p.m .... Daily except Saturday
11:00 p.m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 P- m    Da">
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
2-00 p.m    Mondays
8:00 a.m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m  Everjj Saturdaj
TO  PRINCE  RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat
TO STEWART (Portland Canal).
ll:00p.m,    Every Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves New  Westmln
gter 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Frldavs; leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday.   Thursday   and   Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
C.  B.  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A. Vancouver.
Ufye InK Pencil
Vour Choice of
$
Thtii
two
Papular
Articles
lor cni"
Ri I>
i/JCTTuS       Every pea giiarattleed
llllii?    fuH UKl  ^>Wt��o.d-��ur
_\_i    in n. nl hand l.iay lie h^>
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
ENGLISii WATCHMAKER
Gold \\ utcies tor Ladies from 112.75
ip.
gents' open t*je**>
open caae.
and Kigiu
"THE   ROYAL  LINE.
; !,..> L.....1
XMAS   SAILINGS.
From Montreal:
"Roval  Edward"    Nov. 10
"Royal  Geor.e"    Nov.  19
Ft oni Halifax:
"Royal Edward"   Dee. 7
"Roval   Geor.e"    Dee.   14
"Royal   Edward"    Dee.   28
And Fortnightly thereafter.
Most Direct Route to Bristol, London
and  the  Continent.
Silver V aiches,
J6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'
(7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham
batches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
at 1 ct n, nr i^Brrivi'
Vi',,*i-.!-t_pO\
fitliei   in !SS." ..jPV:
Klit hantl iaay i>e naJ  [J
iti   t abet   t��ti r   kUii'
bintk <-v��H(iiie pa'.teni, or
Nou brtakable
t in, i-* tU-siifd, _
; lain or enffravcrt fiulili  H
a> incur.eti. r>
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IffCt irtiiii it an I *o vt ��_| 1
)uuf;.. 1 Cuf licit ox t rrr \* our ffttnrt>l
(Vtnulnf H - ��-.�� li.k Nncll
eunifUt* kuk w-f tii"ir|h, 1
Ih�� mrrkd .1. n,y |u��itl" n
pn^kit ri rfc ���;������>!' j I ���*���*, *��M��
Itty *Pfl# at 1'r>t t iwK 1
Ijnm ( %)' ri r, p�� t*~*<*. itW*
pollii, |-c .islwii vu'.rm-ht-X tM
c****,   I��tfi   ctir.   fiit^h.      He
ttiinrwhtn  for l'!V>,     Art
w*nVd Wr'te fit Icttu. u
ni-w   " \ft.t yai forjtrt."    AJfl
s Laughlin Mfg. Co.^j
M^^ttlo Bl'li;..
Detroit ��U*k
Tickets and Reservations from E.
Goulet. L. I', tt. agent, or write to Win.
Stapl'etoh CetKM'a! As ent, 227 Main
street, Winnipeg.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid  Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
HATT COOK
The  Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer, i
527  Front  St..   Mew Westn-.inster.
Fhone 550.
The Bank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout tl e island: al?o in
Porto Rico, Bahamas. New Yotfe
and  London,   England.
Correspond ents In all parte
of lhe Glohe, thus affording
every Bunking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
I. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St.
COAL
New
Wellington
J09EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
��k<*. notiS; without cb��me. la tb��
Sckntiflc JWier can.
���1. Uluttnrted weekly. l*��ro��t _*
mr ��olenllflo Journal. Xerinj fol
* j**t, BOBtttio prepaid.    Sola oj
A hand,
culation
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.'vate Hospital.
223 Townsend v.'t. Maternity
and non-contagious medical-
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhanger*
| and Decorators.
I Estimates Given.
214 8lxth Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone *r*97.
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*  THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15
19111
The Daily News
S*ubUshed by Tne Dally News Publish-
ft��i�� Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    MtsKenile   and    Victoria
Streets.
9L.  A.  P.-'go Managing   Director
LEES LIMITED
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1910
THE BOREDOM OP LASOR.
Every now and again, happening Indeed with Increasing frequency, we
liave great labor stitkee, with tho consequent   disorganization   of   soma  in-  *
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dustry or possibly the entire working   ���
arrangi ticnta of our daily lite. y
The e strikes are  mosl   prejudicial  ���
and Injurious to a country's well-being J
ut' Bometlmea threaten tbe whole so-  ���
cial falj;ic of a nation.    But for t'.ie i
stern and determined measures a:lo.|.-
cd by M. Hi Kind, the premier, Fiance
would liave lie-T. plunged anew into a j
revolution by the late railway strike.
Experii need philosophers and clever
political   economists   are   constantly
striving   to  gel   al   the  root   of   this,
trouble, ar.d  find out exactly what is :
the cause of the commercial interests i
of the world, being so seriously sliak-j
_jn every now and again.   What is the'
.actual cause of the dissatisfaction cf j
I
employees, first of one country andj
then of another, thes? well-meaning
men are constantly asking tliem-
aelves? 11 they could only place a
finger on the festeting sore possibly
���they would be able to find a remedy.
But they cannot.
Mr. I1. G. Wel'.s has, however, come
forward with an entirely new and original idea in this lespcct.    He claiais
to have discovered the real sourci of
the world's tiouble.   He says the constant  outburts  of  indignation  among
the workers and their sudden cessa-
tion  of  work is due  to  lack   of   j'>>
i.mong   tiie   workers.     "T'.-.e  essential
problem of modern labor is thc prob
lem   of   boredom.    *    *    *    The   ordinary  worker is bored.    He Is In the
I osi ion of doing tilings that he does
not particularly want done, for ends
Jic either does net understand, or with
which  he does not sympathize.      He
is  in  the grip of circumstances   that
seem to oblige him to these unmeaning services.   He may be making rails
for railways in Peru or cotton goods
for India, or brick for the Strand site.
He may be contributing to a dividend
of i) ier cent, and his employer may
Jiave the finest motor car in the world.
But it is too remote to stir him.   And I
as  he  does not clearly  diagnrse his:
��ase  he  expresses  his  discontent by
inadequate  demands.      Between   him
.and his master there Is an   incurable
:tireach; at the be3t it is a latent possibility of strife.      Almost always the
modern employee la hostile to his employer.    His employer may be a model
���of  generosity  and   consideration   yet
.still he Is the director, the controller
of this irksome effort that is always
.going on.    He is the palpable agent
-of imj)aipa|,|e forces, and as the discontent  of  the   workers    rises,   it   is
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE  'EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
������������
SEE OUR ORCHID WINDOW !
ORCHID Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Cold
^^^H      Crean); Face Cream, Almond Cream
*  Call and get a Free Sample before they are all gone.
\ Ryall's Drug Store \
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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.
THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what experts declare to be thc safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
buildirg ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout lhe pre-
vince as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes ar.d
untarnished reputations back of them.
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PHONE  57.
HECTOR   McCAIG,  Manager.
Wednesday, Nov. 16th
The Distinguished American Actress
Virginia Harned
In Her New Play
" Ihe Woman tie Married"
A Domestic Drama of Today by Herbert Bashford
Prices:   $1.50, $1.00, 75c, and 50c
Seats on Sale Tuesday, November  lf
at  McKenzle's  Pharmacy
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.
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Annual Meeting
-OF THE-
LIBERAL ASSOCIATION
ti_i
The annual meeting of the Liberal
Association of New Westminster will
bfe'Veld on November 24, at 8 p. m.
at their club, over the News, office.
Mattere of great importance a/td of
general interest will come before this
meeting. All Liberals cordially in-
\|ted.
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content   or  tne   woi i;ers    rises,   u   is ��� *
naturally against hin, that   it directs | ��� +�������������������������������������
itself.
"This  is  what everyone most   con-
i-errted with these ritiestions seems to
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 an
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottment.
The Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.   Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,   New Westminster.
^ Telephone No. 680
SAYS   WOMEN   FEAR
NEW    RESPONSIBILITY
forget.   The labor leaders and representatives forget it more than anyone.
They lead lives of infinite variety and
- endless excitement, they do   work to  Fort Rou9��
which they have come by deliberate
. choice and special aptitude, they aje
i always in hot water, going from con-
.Ceience to puhlic meeting and from
���committee to town hall or Parliament.
CREATES SCENE WHEN
POLITICS ENTER CHURCH
London, Nov. 14.���It has been the
T' general supposition that the British
<, suffragette has been sufficiently lively
< > to remove any impression that femi-
\ | nine apathy ls the cause of woman's
failure to obtain the franchise in the
United Kingdom, but Mme. Sarah
Grand believes that just this "apathy"
is the real cause which prevents English women from getting the ballot.
The real reason these women do
not want the vote," she says, tn the
i Young Woman, "and tlieir objection to
their own enfranchisement is because
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HIS   SENTENCE   INCREASED
Prisoner   Appealed   and   Gets   Three they see in it the danger of having to
More   Years.
attend seriously to a new duty.
The London Dally Chronicle of Oc-'    "u is when there *? ",0,e t0 d,> ln |
ir.\.r... oe      ���,���i���    m.    mi     i r.     the world Is in prospjet that they rc-
tober UO contains the following:    For ,       ...       ...        ,   _    .    *,
���*'      "    member  that  woman a  sphere   Is  the
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We  are  dally  opening  up  new goods and are showing die largest!
line pf WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., ever exhibited in New Westminster.
Now is the time to choose that article for an Xmas present.
W'e wlll put goods awny for you until yott want  them.
Call and examine our stock now, when It Is complete.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longlne Watches.
Chamberlin's jcSS*
���������������������^��������������������������4��+����<
j *"" " "lyiliuei        1,11(11.        nw-u..   ~      ���t,.. fr^^
Methodist Protests When thc Urst ti,ne slllce lt8 forn'atlon the hcnie, and they spend half their ti:ne|H r-. i 1      A/f-11- _-i
.Court of Criminal   Appeal   yesterday In each  other's  houses  admiring the  n .Castei* DI*OOK    Ml I Iind (,nmnanV.
'    '    ���  ���    '������ ����� ������    .".,,����   with    which   they IH *-��"��>"uu^i x Ailing VJOmpctn>,
Pastor Uses Pulpit as Political
Platform  During Service
exercised its prerogative and in- domestic virtues with which they
creased thc term of a prisoner's sen- credit themselves on the strength of
tenee. this argument.
The man before the court was Wil-1    "The woman who when she is want-
I Ham Simpson, who fired five shots at ed to help right  a wrong refuses for
Bull, a gentleman traveling on the  Metro- the  reason  that  she  has  more   than
" -���'-������ ' ' ������-**     *r.    rlr,    of     homo     ts     UStltlllV     tllO
Eburne,   B. C.
I
I    Winnipeg,  Nov, 14.���rManlius    null, a bwiuouicui  m����w��m��o "������  ���"��  ���    ���  	
��� .,,    .     .  .*2J _Jua  pm.i,   Cfia,. poiitan railway between Baker stieet enough to do at home is usually the
���,,      ,.       f ,.       . .    , ,      ,      ���   t  President of  the R��yal  Crown  Soap ��fld gt  John._ Wood    For thlg crlM)e womahn whQ wiHi ,f Bhe can 8penQ hor
They torget the original boredom that  works, created  a sensation    in  Fort s!���lpson   wa8   recently   sentenced   to days in gadding about, her nights ln
.drove them into politics, as it drives' Rouge  Methodist    church    yesterday twelve  years'  penal  servitude,  on   a biidge and her wits in unedlfying con-
imen of other types to dram-drinking.! evening, when he interrupted the pas- charge    of    attempted    murder     and vernation."
'      '      .    ,      ,t        . .    ,       ,,     ��� tor as the latter was announcing that ***ltt*t his sentence he appealed yes-
i hey think that it must be insanitary i                                 ,      _   ���_,   ��� ������;. terday.                                                                 Weat
���^ariAirii*-.. ���r i.nHtiv fatio���0 r*r lnf�����   a  petition  recluestInB �����  �����  Martin, The fo^ chief j^Mj, wa,ned him     Medicine    Hat,    nov.    ���-.��� Wane,
���conoiuons or uoany tatigue or mtan- brother of the famftUf j Joseph, to run that   the  court  had  the  power   and Grossklll, aged 85, government weath
tile employment or poverty that lies, for mayor    on    the   antl-aegregatlon might see fit to increase the sentence er observer in this city, dropped dead
ait the core of the trouble.     But the Issue could be 8lEned at the close of which ha.l already been passed upon today.
'the service. jhlm, heavy though it was.     Simpson;
Weather Man  Drops Dead.
Medicine    Hat,    Nov.    14.���Walter
ultimate distress of labor���ls labor.'
fooling on the part of Mr. Wells.
Hockey  Match on Thursday.
A roller hockey match will be play-
e  service. ,---   , .
*..-.��., v...,^ ��� ���.       Mr.  Bull   declared  that  he  consid- said he  would proceed with the   ap-
All this is very interesting, but It <s ered a church no place for the sign- peal. ,    .. 	
ilng of political requisitions, although After hearing the case the lord ed at the Pythian rink on Thursday
nlso rather amusing, and we can but he himself was a strong supporter of chief Justice said that having regard evening, commencing at, nine o'clock,
regard this as a little bit of pleasant  Mr- Martin. V  '��� t0 t!le nature ���*��������� tlle crime, the only between  the Bears and the  Beavers.
I Pastor Irvine. rew8ed to allow any too obvious premeditation, and the de- The players laboring under the cogno-
change In the program and the petl- liberation with which It was carried men of Bruins will be J. Burr, Fisher,
tion was sighed by a large numbei through, the court came to the con- Wright (captain), Keary and Beatty.
at the close ol the. service. The in- elusion that the sentence was not Those wbo are to flop around as the
t eident was alrn&f'the solo topic in severe enough. Therefore lt would be living emblem of Industry are Fltz-
It the city tod��yr*ttre*-��timd taken by increased from twelve to fifteen years' gerald. Swanson, Goulet (captain),
Mr. Bull being endorsed by many.       renal servitude. |Huff and Rowe.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL   $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl-
HINDOO FLOUR $4-50 per Bb>
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANT^
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Talaphont
ISS.
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R. T. PRINCE
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
and AUDITOR
Agents for the  HALL  SAFE  CO.
OFFICE
BO CHONG
MERCHANT TAILOR-
���r W-nei
Who has been in the Tailor        j
in Vancouver for a numi*'   ^,
Try a Want Ad. in the News,
-will  bring results.
has opened up a similar ������      gui��
thla   city.     Latest   f*����*  ?J
.������.���.   m    .   .made to order.   Fltgimmnw ,
Room   5,   Market   Block. tfwonB On ^v��
Opposite City Hall. fi** <��r call at Kwong u
Phone L578. P. O. Box 795. Ul ColumbU tv*t��* N0VEMBER  15,  1910.
^PORTING NEWS
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THE DAILY NEWS.X
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PAGE FIVE.
jggl PROMINENT !
!WJi'        ,.,r nr cnni)T
BILLIARD  HANDICAP.
.. Tournament to Be Played Before End
l��H'ti�� LINE 8F SPORT   , "t? ,
���' | Mr.  Fletcher,  manager ol  the  Royj.1
Billiard   paries, t"  have ;i  handicap
Produced Greater Per- tournaraenl played oil soma time witn-
\n~ N5''��n r i'" a  week  nr two.    The  Idea  Is  to
|fl ' ,  fn-ritd  and  Gallant       charge an entrj foe and then the win
(.���.'.JO5 \*,r...      .,!���       H.r.       \.r.���A,  ��� ,1 	
"Let good digest bn wait on appetite, and health on both I"
They will if you take Shakwims
They correct stomach disorder . ^*P*��* *&*&%�� h__
itvinE again for the vicUm oi dyspepsia. 50c. a box. lf your drugf. sl na.
not stocked thorn yet, send us 60c. and we will mall them.
mm
N.tion.1 Drug and Ch.mie.l Compw.   of C.n.d.. Limited
At.le'c3
Than   the   Indian.
and the I'unner
purse   the propoi
u ,. gaseous nebula
S,, ir.<<" , aied earth bat   pn
a '     Ortion to his frflroentago
��amed   and    gallant
���.:;, ilcan Indian and
....i.   ...
t|.c:>"'e
I i
since
n
In ! "'
>ple, lll0,e
,ti   <
In
Bender,  ot   the  Ath
at      'it he   handicap
up  will  di\ilc  the  _^^^^^^^^^
tions   to   be    ��� ttled    later.     Ent   i
; mi' i e iii iii the billiard ro im    m
lati r i han  Bai urda j   nlghl
It is also pi oposed i i form a hou
bllllat d   lea ue  and   n en   wanting  to
entot   i hai    ho il I    also   le ive   t hell
ii:i: e      I   n    1 team    will he Belei I
c l and i he garnet   pulled off, one
two e\ ery week.    Al  the i nd of t lie
series a team v.ill be selected to .
TORONTO FINANCIERS BUY
BONDS AT (iOOD FIGURE
���
Graduate, in one ^^^^^^^^^^^^
.-.. . i trampled a to Vancouver to see II II
,  for   the  AtnleUi    slbl   I ���  bring  hack    the
; "���       ,,,.  ,,,   ,��� ,ies   In cup which the Vancouver
j. L9o2,   L90B  and won    from
;
ihis season.   He I    ���
|v. ,   as   the   greate
00   '   faced   tbe I era       Montreal     Nov,    14.���Maurice
series.       He    has   Rj ^      ^       gwlw       n,.
Stimson & Co. Offer 102 3-8 for 5 Per
Cent  20-Year   Debentures   and
94 2-5 for 41/2 50-Year.
ii
yesterday   Mayor  Lee and  the  finance committee ol the council accept ���
^^^^^_ ed the offer made by Stimson & Co,
>. ���  tminster lasl .-por
ci
LOVESICK   LADIES
MAKE    LIFE
A    BURDEN
IJo't wd"the Athletic...       u           ,���
the bypaths oi thej.  ,	
Btfdei   s_on��_       ^ w<jrh ln)
:
1
_     flf!
man    anl
trouble,   and    women
.are at tlie bottom of 11 all.   To use a
lon, they are "stuck" on
irlce
ere are aboul two dozens of th
ronto, for the city's debenture
bonds ami this waa dulj ratified al
the council  meeting last   night,    The
1   1 1   realized,   v, hieh   constitute    a
.    ord for this cil     wi re    for $1X1.-
499 worth of fivi  1 er cent deh"entur< s,
iver a period ol twenty years, 102 "���*;
'for $192 00 1 ol ��� ��� 'i   fifty year
debeni ires. 94 2-5.   Figui lng the latter
 ���     a       of twentj   years, it
i    the e luivalenl  to U)2%,
Abi ul  this Mine last    eai    Messrs,
Stiii ��� m bo        100 worth of flve
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000  Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18"/a Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VICTORIA  and   SEATTLE,2:00 p. m. Saturdays.
PRINCE RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays.
BTBWART and QUEEN ( HAUI.OTTK I8LAND8-S. 8. Prince
Alhm le i ' Pin-- Riipert on arrival of S. 8, Prince Rupert tor
St and tor Queen Charlotee City Pacofl and Mwejby Island
ports at 10:00 p. in. Thursday.; a��d tor Port. Simpson, Kincolith .md
Masset at 10:00 p.  ni. Monday, .dayl.
Solid vestihule trains of coaches and .leaping car. between
Chicago. Detroit, London, Hamilton. Niagara Falls New Yo, k Tor
onto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, etc. Longest dOUDle track railway
under  one  management  on  the American  continent.
H' at?Knger and Tickel Agent. ^SffiL MT
Telephone 7100.    527  Granville Street,   Vancouver.    Telephone  3060.
GENERAL   AGENCY,   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
E. N. Sutherland
H. V. Ardagh
City Property
.        ,  and he is to ���****��       ,������,   ire about t, lozens of the     J��� '.,        -   ���^
factotle. tftls winter. ,_ ,,���.,,,.., :��� .,.���,,.,���, ,������, ,��� additii n , '   ,ifi,���ls W1..,.
ot,!K "uned to shoot_ asj^^oum, tQ ^ ,. hfl8 receiveJ offers of maj-       , marketable, and    tofcln-
��� __
shot;
in  in   .Mom if,' i  .t i   1" 1--.-ii 1 . "���	
.     1 1 . boot   as  a   i'ouni    tQ thg   ,    hfl|   recejvej offers of mar
. competed against tne ,j,i..i, ,,,..    .    ,.,.. .|WU. a3 Australia
nad  no Idea thai   be ,.,���.,,. ,���,.. lad) 0ffers to pay his pas
sage froi far away aa Australia     ''
where one Lady offers to pay his pas- thit fact i,:!" consideration, II ''1111 be
11 1,,. mtn r.,,. ,.   ���������-   thai  the presenl  transaction is
l3 ne ni'"  "" ������ ----- .   iwnere one muj ��������---,:, ,..,..., ...�� ,.-- , h       ,,s,.n,  transaction is
*����ofthi   besl m.iiU.���en In thi        ,. ,,   . ���   vntipodei  U he will 6ome     '"
. \\ 9eidon. that a big shoot is am] man.y 1;(M.    De Rlaz thus far Isj^rer
..1
and marry her.    De Rlaz thus far is
., conflr 1 ed   bachelor,  and   whal   h
jmore, is nol even a flirt, so thai the
.'not Mvers, cf tbo New Yorks, Is attentIon ,,;,jd him by unknown ladiei
:,.;  who v.ii: in a te ���   ,   repugnant to blm, and he. thereto e
��� dl the shoes ol Roger qaUori  hlR miinacer to write the fol-
:,   Qiant, now   manager
* '������:., MyCTs mu  1  ���
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   ( Iratnn who. w
:,,.!.;    name 1   seen .
^Wb;...      1  to. oi the.lilt, too-
��� tho New  Yorks
itche
1 remarkable Indication of
Rnani Lal  status.
the city's
;��� of the   Mon-
1 n: 11 backstop who, with
.8 lei   the beal batsmen,
ol   im  n . an  rank.    He
aided  la  beating   the   High-
New   York  State  (dian-
the Indian outneldef, of
une ot the besl  base-
who retlted, wen; back to
. fore he reached his prime.    ....
: cod  thrower as ever shot   "J'."'���*.,,,',
the oute:   garden to the
: king hitter and a sp'.en-
' 1 ���    hases       lie   was    01 ���
���   ori  one season  when he
1  telegram was flashed bim
Unless  he came at  olii'e he
'   ���_  to the siniiii   league.
1 .        ted   him  on  the  paint   path
isslpated.     He  drifted   down
an 1  never  proved  ins
ei It as a f>ig league star.
of the  foresl  ever   own
all craft of the waters.
:  nad a mastet at canoe
6  ol   thefr  work in the
��� ���  ������: equalled by the fron-
r gu des      Motor cars ������ n
"i   desire  ot most   in-
1  In  Tobln De Ilymel.   who
.1 Ing cai. th<  s ins of
liavi   .1- faultless and dSr��
��� -   as ever entered a curve
1 e the wind ahlast.
.    bas been driving only a
s 1   but    his thrilling turn-tak-
1    VanderMlt   an.l   Palrmount
1- still talked ot along Gasoline Row by the I'hlla lelphians.
On   Carpeted   Green.
1 iwing letti ^^^^
To the Sport'ng  Editor
treal Dally Stai
Sir���Would be very much obliged If
you could tin 1 span- to publish   tins
letter,
i>-' lilaz has received tetters   fro
several   Indies,  who  are  very  anxl
to knopv hi'".    Bnt   I   wiqh   it   to   bei
known that De Riaz is an athlete who,
does nol wish tor the attention of ladles,  and   1  ask  all   these  ladies  who';
will persist  in writing to hitn not  to
do so again, as if they do their letters
and  names will he given to the press
for publication.
B,  DKLAI.OYV"..
Managet ot Maurice De Rlaz
Engineering Office at Edmonton.
Ottawa Nov. 14.���The public wo k3
department has established a new en-
glneering district at Edmonton. F. c,.
Goodspeed, formerly of St. John, N.
I'... will be engineer In charge.
,  Aid. Welsh Supsts        j
A Radical Change
(Continued  from  Page One.)
mon   Arm   last   week   and   his  report
was adopted by the council.
A   certilicale   for   $6,421.02   in   favor
of  the  Municipal     Construction, com- 1
^  ___^^^^^^    pain . the firm which is laying the new I
Skated    Eighty   Miles. Coquitlam   pipe  line,  was  passed   for >
Winnipeg. Nov. 14.-F. H Partridge, Pa^rman Gilley .ave notice that at
1,. Bond and C. Peebles, three young the next meeting of me council he
citizens oi Morris. Man . had a unique wouW bri in .m amendmonl t0 the
dmi   strenuous  experience   yesterday, ma,.^^ hylaw
namely,  thai   of  skating on  the  Red,    m Columbia street extension localI
river  from  Morns to St.  Norbert. a tm���rovenjent amendment   assessment
distance ot over eighty mlleB on good, bylaw was read for a second    Bnd
had   and  Indlfferenl   Ice   between   s thjrrt Ume and  pa8Bed   HB was. a)s01
a. '���.,. and ", p. m., with an hour's s.op.the   cew,,n,   .jdewalk   local   improve-
at  Union Point.    The three young >"en I      )lt  aesessment bvlaw.
c; led in at the Free Press offlce last      Alderman   Welsh   reported   on   the
evening.   Thti.' feet were wet. as they  dredglng  at the foot of piNth  street.
��. ��.,v  formed   Both   ,lp   _nd   tho   mayor   stated  t'-at
they   bad  heen   unable  to    see    Mr.
Firsl Shipment to Canada
Crawford's 'Ufillit'
is a novel form of rich
pastry, with the centre
made so that it can be
readilly removed or
pressed down for filling
To remove   centre cut
round with a sharp knife
FillVith Jelly or Jam,
and then you have something nice to pass round
25c Per Packet
****** ��� - ���������-j ***
Two full  sized   lots on co;iier  with  six   room  house,  on  Third
avenue between  Second and  Third streets. Price $6,000  Good terms.
Port Mann
lg acres  Immediately adjoining  tlie townsite and  being  in  Section 27,  Block  5,  North   Range 2 west.   Price $900 per acre.
This is th.e cheapest buy in this district  today.
Burnaby
Lot on  Third   avenue wltl in one block of car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
          Phf-nt* 817
P. O. Box 522
evening.   ^^^^^^m
had fallen through the newly formed
lee in sevral places, but always near
the edce of the river, so that they
could po down only three or four feet.
In some places ihe Ice was so thin
and insecure that it could bear the
weight of only one at a time.    At Sil-
trey  n��u  ..��.     .	
Keefer. the government engineer. Alderman Jardine announced that Gilley
brothers had offered to do the work
for I2r> a day: at least they won'I
if they  were  unsuccessful
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton      Phone 373
I     FOR SALE
T*r.a.ra.      \ WOt    _,".     pVlPllOP   1 AT. d    nOai'       POl't
I Forty Acres of choice land near Port Haney,
nearly all cleared.   On main wagon read, convenient to G. P. R. and river.   Line of proposed tramway runs through property.   Soil is excellent and
I cannot be surpassed for fruit raising.
Price $4500 for a Few Da^s Only
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
welaht of oniy duo b. �� ������ .  . ���        ,
vet   Plains the water had fro7en overly      w'ould U"7harFe~the citv anv
, 1onl>' Saturday night, according to the tMn(t   u WM flnMh. |eft in (he ,,ftn(1s
On   Carpeted   Gretn. terry man stationed at that  point. In jof ���ip mym a���d tnfi board of works
���   carpeted  green thc Indiana s,vr,�� l1,nr-ps-  ba?nJ*_' ihW* T *X" to take what  action they  .aw  fit. _-__	
red   hy   evry   college   in   .Wc-  ���'����H����'   skating.      Thev    covered   the |    The contraot for the sewer pine for   , ,ouin rURE . ECZFWA
"oik.n  irom hi,  Aornen^io im. j.,,., 0,  Rewer was let  to Gilley broth- 	
��� ���   -  �����oin.    to  comply    with      , .  .      , .     ., .,�� ;
^^^^m In regard to skin diseases, medical
authorities are now agreed on this:
Don't Impison the disease germs in
your skin hy the use of-gteasy salves,
and thus encourage them to multiply.
A true cure of all eezematous diseases
can be brought about only by using
the healing agents In the form of   a
liquid.
WASH THE GKRMS OUT.
A simple wash: A compound of Oil
of wlntergreen. Thymol, and other
Ingre llents us combined ln the D. D
D. Prescription. This penetrates to
the disease gjnns and destroys them,
then soothes :.ud heals the skin as
nothing else has ever none.
'      ��� *. -     ���111     etnrt
The New Westminster City Speciali.ts
.����.��.��  ���  - votP     "It  looks
,.on. except  that  ho did not havo - ^ t() the e^ ^ ����%* iSe'o^st - A^-" ^S
the band of marvels in front of htm ,o tho MCOn I hen.1.       ,d     ���on, ��K       ���ie   clrcle."   �������*2?
ai       lit ahout him which was the   o - *       wllll,, ,.   worthy ij eoMW ^Cand every one ^f-,       ���ne
ol  the  .reatest of all   QUart^^, ^ thMce_l>_no��_��h_>f T^idprman Offl^Wfg* Jg ���ad
Us ih.user. the Juggernaut   U"��- germany  ��^EtoRbell   hops
ra      ig   fulll.ack;   llomls   and   Haw-, IS   KIND   i��
ley Pierce, tbo .real linemen of tne , "TT"i-e .pived  IBOO "f
Carlisle team, ami Wausega. tho t��">-1    (>r���,:,���v Schae er I  ���t,,nrB.Atblrtls
Wing ball player who tore up the linea recelpt��  "'   "* ' ,       ���,P
cl Penn and Harvard, were all tamoua ^ ���, Philadelphia .11
llu^.    - .     .,  ftre hall bad
of the horses ���* *��____5U that a
pone lame and WgWf t^e 0,d
new one be fflJ-PftgUU-
one      soldi       l 'ie . .
Aboard   of   wo^a
rrportetl, |
>���<" "������_   of  ti,e  All-Star8-/M"'^""iCarrieu. _,ni4ta     reporten, i     .   trlal  bottle  will  start  the cure,
t���c rPcelpti  ot tio i hef0^the     The   board   of   ��"*��� pi^Jhade- ~d ��ve vou  instant relief.    Write
   . series In 1 hlladl pi J M   WRt, In n,mendlng tha tl��� thi�� P��     *       and Vgj T���� ���   D  D. Prescrlp-
CarllBle Indians. ^rl%'^>wSpMa hotel. fO^SSt he WA on bo h ��&**��\n  be {^LaStorlll,  Depart. N.  M., 49
Frank Hudson, the greatest kicker. (,u, 1()llby ���f a PJJJ^^yod    bellhopi  Btreet;   that   a  sltnUai . ��g<  -di of \VMJM Rf    Toronto
boyl."   Oeiinnny
lined   up
in
front   of
a     coup
wai chin.   him.
������('ome   bere
manded,
Klght   boys
Bohaef. .,���..���
,!���*��� many of vo"
Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of   tlie   Best
Builders  Hardware in .tkis City.
Before Building See Us, as we  believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock  4   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co.,
com-
heen
mighty
my
are
vps,   eight.
for jrou
noi liai-rlnR Pat O'Dea, Marshall 1U>>
noils. Billy Hull or John Do Wltt. who
���ever h.olBted a spiral, was an Indian.
He v.,h the greatest soil kloKer
known to football and one of hll best
Bl 18 was lo stand in front of tho
posts with tive footballs l�� ��"���
in lie  would drop them  111 <l��"'; \,on, 1 to me
lion to the .lund and as each appreclatipn. ������ ...
one t ached the earth he toed the;.. ����*,, Ki_h . belley ..
through the  goal  post      �����  *��*XA .Well. boys. 1 tn goto? t
ik as far as ilfty-IHe yards.      L���,orr���w in chunn__	
Deerfoot   and   Longboat. | TTn Pf.ctice.
inl Pleasant was a crack broad Rove rs to 1(.0    toI1iRi,t
Jum.er,  and  went  to  England  with     The  Bovers win w*     ft(    Mo(U,y
Mike Murphy to the 6lynpic Bime��- and  on  Thuradn,   nig ^ gme
horpe, another Carlisle Indian, won  S(in;1,.e  |n   prepars"" on   Siltlir.
firsts in a recent amateur athletic     Rh  the   i ,,,p���"* "ven|ng the sele-
unlon track meet in Ootbam. '(lay    On  rbww����r
There   was  the   great   WheelocK. t,on c0mmlttee wi'
Libby.   Afrald-of-a-Hear.   Kxedlne   and  _nd ���ie team tor
the
south
oottBtructed    on    we   ^ stree,
|BtehUl  avenue,   that  Pr n
,,p cleared and ronin�� hat B
Flist and B^t^Sdonthewest
foot sidewalk he 'am "I,IM���,,fh t���
b'0iTRA?K M^NZIK. Drug ft.
four
foot shlewaiK ne i. ,	
side of Second street from Klcbth to
Tenth avenue. The lecoininendations
wore  all adopted.
Alderman Johnston asked what was
I being done ahout the remotal of the
Wreck  of  the  Strathcona    from    the
south hank of the river and the city
Tl
five
referred
H.  Btewardson  asked  to  have  Regina street  opened  up between  First
and    Second    streets.      Referred  toi
bonrd of works for repoit.
K.  11.  Nobles complained about  lining aske:l to pay $16 for light which:
he said was supplied to a man who
had   rente!   his  house.    Referred   io
finance committee for report.
The Brackman-Ker Co. asked for a
crossing  on   Front   street    from  the
eveniuR ��� ���������       .
ba on the grounds
Saturday's    gwn��]
..    iia-oi-a-i-iear,   ����"������   ---  ano  >����       '  *
Gardiner.   The writer could scrawl a wU, bP picked
hitndred names all famed on the foot-, 	
hall Beld.
Deerfoot,   the   first   of   the   Indian
runners, has records which stand to- j
day.    He toured the world an 1 made
good
him
dial
Mtt    llllll   _1    llie     Wl/im    �����'���   ��� III'0"1
against the heat brought to race | /lllt0!,
t the hest. brougnt. ��> ""-'/ukos.     ������"��� ,,p
Tom Linngboat was the fleetest ftoIlie time ago ��
anee runner of his age. but Tom  ...���������   name  pro"
"bb jockeyed  for the   money   many
Untes,   He won the real Indoor race of
races when he took the famous Alfred
S1'i"ihh off his feet for tbe first tia��e
south bank of tb '"^^er had
clerk i^TO he had
heen   received   to tn<? er.
BGnt to the owners In v�� were
The follow ng conun.inwa indlcated.
disposed of in the '"j,1"'1 wnt inlcrossing  on   r rom   -��j: -     ���r?pf-rred
opening and Improvlne i he (lover ^      ^   street.     Referred
?g road, the   del M*%*��Z��� L. board of works for report
Th0 council endorsee in��M nnrtlcu.lmefitlnK with the
unable
the
funny  name
n match, but
H  a  ���.'**����� m  ln.."
Vancouver     inat   artist.
nvm.   with the
promised   to   cive   Ke lv
he now claims that  he
romile of weeks
WSSUT5?V>***
In
life.
comile ot  ww��- dW not ��'""""   r    d
an, .-ot  i^^^A^h^^
n,,Ue     coast at  weights of
Kelly   is
wrestler  on  the
135 pounda or less
"3E4" Magic Number.
'eland,  0���   Nov.   U.���Lucien    B-
1:1     lays he will give Up his state auto number ���384���to Larry, so the Nap
standing  thtt;n.,"Bfoun(1 0ut that tho
s���e subsequently��� rouna om
1908 ta.?" Wer8be wSted tSe clty to
to pay them.   s,ne. ,'       The mattor |$184.fi,z; nnance iui ^** ���;-'tv^..  _���
School  team  ^���gJSooS tee for report from'120.50; health. $105 46; bridge. fW.BO.
No . ootball O-t***
k ,eague football    g*��*
fentrj     	
did
**"���"���-'..   th     HKltt    committee!
meeting  with  tne    "s��l Alder-
and one will be arranged by Alder
man Gray.        , ��o7i��0l'
Accounts amounting    to    $.J4��oi
were    passed    tor    payment.      The,
WmottntP%M   distributed   among:  the
different     committees    aa    follows ��� , |
Water     committee,   V^*Jjgi
$184.62; finance for schools, ��^����^
Insurance
of All Kinds
I write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR'BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.
Strongest Companies
Lowest Rates Best Security
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
��� :
'o haun
��� ���    ���
can tag it on the^hlne he won hy CjW���  = -  yesterdayj;f=;: ~y^man  for a    aldew.,      ^ j~. g,,
batting :>,84 this vear.   The only ^ln* *  0neen'l Pa^. bUt did not n ���ven���e on Cdmnenana $8,809.06.
Ha" asks ts that State Auto Regletr.ir. J^Sm �� th? fa" ^pelrance.     Essex street was  received
c^"y Rh,e hlin a ,malj numb0r in eX-U��" j,, put in an ^Pearu
change,
657 Columbia Street
Phon#62
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TF.E DAILY NEWS. ,
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ,.
IITTI      *
Seal 3d tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tendet for
additions and alterations to the Pub-
li? Rullding, Nelaon, B. C," will be received at this office until 4.00 p.m. on
Monday, November 28, 1910, for the
work mentioned.
Plans, specification and form of contract can he seen and forms of tender can he obtained at this department, on application to the Caretaker,
Public Building, Nelson, B. C, and at.
the office of Mr, Wm. Henderson, Ue. |
sldent Architect, Victoria. B. C.
Persons tendering ar . notified that
tender! will not he considered Unless I
made on the printed forms supplied, |
and Signed with their actu il sign? .
tares, stating their occupations :dnc\
Ida ees of residences. In the o*ise of
linns, the actual signature, tb'a nature
of the occupation, and plate of residence of each member ut the firm
must be plvOn.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payahle to lhe order of the
Honorable, the Minister of Puhllc
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.e.(
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if tiie person tender-
NO HOSPITAL FOR
" MR. LAWLER
TOLSTOI LEFT mm
WIFF. WAS NAGGING HIM
1n
HE TOOK GIN PILLS
If you ever  hear  anyone   say
that
Rheumatism can't be cured, ask Uk .:
they have ever tried CIS PIT " _-m0"
ask them to write lis for r- !_t��3.'iir��s
PILLS have cured ..��*�� that GIN
hundred, of cas- ������freds and
c 1 ,a      r ,��� ��� **   W   Rheumatism,
. ci....ca, l.o  .. ,ago j, ^ iu Ule ]lack gnd
oth_, troubles c.,Se.aty weak Kidneys
or Bladder.
Rheum*' ;,;,,, ciu ^ cureil_-is  being
cured -? crv ,\ <v_!lT GIN i-ills. Here
13 v'.i best kind oi proof.
Ogdes, N.S.
"I have bfcn troubled with Rheumatism so bad lliat I could not work.
A doctor tended uie and told me to go
to the hospital but nil to no good until
a friend told me to try ('.IN PILLS. I
did so ami after taking a few boxes, I
am perfectly well."     p. j i...\wi.er.
Take GIN" PILLS on our positive
guarantee that they will cure you or
money refunded. 5<x- a 1k>x���6 for
$���2.50. Order from us if your dealer
cannot supply them. Sample box free
if you write us. National Drug |n .
Chemical Co., Dept, B.C., Toronto, so
amous  Russian   Novelist  Discovered
in Seclusion in Convent at Kaylest
���May Corr.e to Canada.
Canadian Service
ing  decline  to  enter into  a  contract j
when called upon to do so, or fail t >   \A/liifp     Sfrfll*-Dnminiin
complete the work contracted for.    If j  " n"e    iJldl-L/UIIllIlIU II
the tender he not accepted the cheque!
will le returned.
The department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public \Vorks,
Ottawa. October 27, 1910.
Newspapers  will not be    paid    for
this advertisement if they    Insert    it
without authority from    the    Department.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 14.���The spectacle of Couut Leo Tolstoi, self-exiled
in his eld age, has sent u thrill of
pity throughout the land of the czai\;
Kvery aid is heing given the Cou.itfiss
Tolstoi to induce hei hu.b&nd to
forsake his plan of becoming a recluse and entering upon a living
death.
1 ne great Russian novelist is 111
seclusion in the convent at Royelat,
one of the severest monasteries in tne
woi 11, refusing to see any of the messengers sent by his family, and obtaining consolation from his daughter,
Alexandra, who i.s a nun. The
amanuensis ot 'fcjstol is witlj him,
iand, tumor says, ihe count plans, m
iid winter of his life, to journey to
Canada to join the colony of the Doulc
hobors, ''~
I    Reports that Count Tolatul h.is become reconciled to th.e Greek Church,
which   excommunicated   him  after   his I
most   famous   work,   "The     Kesurrec-
gel
first
that
I We have whgt we Advertise
THE DIFFICULTY
In choosing a hat is
the richt shape���a _hape
is adapted to you.
In our large stock we can *M
and suit the business man th.
professional man or the woii
ing man.
CHRISTIES, STETSON
HAWES
The very best makes
$2.00 to $5.00
Appearing   In   "The   Woman   He   Married," at tht Opera  House on
Wednesday.
I
. J. PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laurentic    Dee.
New triple screw, 14,SHL' tons.
have   not   been
Canada   	
Twin screw,
.Dec. 10
514 feet lon
AUCTION       SALE       OF       TIMBER
BERTH    COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
The right to cut timber under '>!���
cense on Berth No. 535, comprising
the following lands In the Province
of British Columbia, will be offered
at public auction at the upset price of
?2,570.00, including cost of survey, at
2 o'clock P. M., on Wednesday the
2Rth of December next, at the office
of the Dominion limber Agent at
New Westminster:
Timber  Berth  No.  535,  situated in
the   Province    of    Biitish    Columbia,!
comprising  Section  28,  Township  39,1
West,   of   Coast   Meridian,   containing  negotiated,
an area of 040 acres more or less, isi 8 Begbie St.
shown on plan of survey, signed by j mmmm^mm__���
Mr.  A.  Lighthall, D.  L.  S.,  surveyed:,
in   May,  1910,  and   of  record  in  the   af"
Timber   and   Grazing   Branch   of   the
Department of the Interior.
A license will not be issued until
the full amount of the purchase
price, and the ground rental for the
first  year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate or
rental, etc., are contained in the Timber Regulations, a copy of which may
Le secured on application to the undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agent at New  Westminster.
P. G.  KKYES.
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th, 1910.
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.,
i<9 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
tml
Then
P. Morrison
Phone 624.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every  kind.  Prompt
attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
New Westminster, B.C.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3.2  to 25 H. P.
Cycle.
to 25
and 4
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
^- J
Sealed tenders addressed to the un-
derslgned, and endorsed "Tender fori
additions and alterations to the Public
Building, Nanaimo, B. C," will be ie- j
reived at this office until 4:w p. in , |
on Monday, November 28, 1910, for I
the work mentioned.
Plans, speci icatian and form of con-j
tract can he seen and forms of tender
obtained at this Department, on application to the Caretaker, Public
Building, Nanaimo, B. C, and at the
office of Mr. Wm. Henderson, Resident. Architect, Victoria , B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
marie on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with thel: actual signatures, stating tbeil i] ttions and
plates of residence In the ease of
firrss. tie actual signature, the nature
of tl<- 0 ��� ipatfon ind place of resi-
dence 1,'. each member of the firm
musl be gl ��� en.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Con^
crete and  Modern  Building Construction.    Telephone 800.
Room  13  Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
lion,"  was published
verified.
The Countess Tolstoi and her
daughter seek to have the count return to the home which his departure
has made desolate.
"The countess is not exactly as
represented in the prtss," said a
pron inent Russian diplomat today.
"She lo\es publicity and was so fiat-
te.ea that, like many a woman whom
ioisioi and Ibsen mercilessly dissected, s..e became tired of her lellected
glory of being a great man's wife
g:e.��' aatociatic and assertive
v..e gland old man of the forest found
uimself hampered at the closing of
nis life with cramped and confined
ideals and so he has. 1f;one gack to na-
tuie with principles as firm as they
have been throughout bis won lerful
life."
All doubt that the count's flight
from home was contemplated was set
at rest today by one of Tolstoi's
daughters, who declared that her
father made every provision as though
be intended being regarded hence-
J. H. Taylor forth as among ; e dead.
j "He has retuse . t 1 return or communicate with us." she said dolefully.
"My mother is hurrying to the Sxa-
morodinski mcraastry today. She is
icken with grief an 1 has little hope
of inducing him to return.
"He has taken this step because he
believes it to be one more advancement in his conception of his duty
and a higher life. He is assuredly
in his right mind. We who love him,
know he had no need of living a
,kindlier, holier life than he has done
.for these many years His life lias
been simplicity, his nature wholly
above the ordinary plane of humanity.
To know him was to adore him.
"Now that he is gone we are utterly broken hearted and our home is
I made desolate."
That Count Tolstoi looked not to
the earth for his reward was shown
I recently by his refusal to accept the
I Nobel peace prize. That he did not
seek pecuniary reward was also
shown by his refusal to copyright an
unpublished novel for which be was
offeied an immense ,��utn. Money
carried such siisdit weight in the eyes
of the great writer, that he objected
when lis wife's son raised the rents
of the tenants on the son's estate.
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. II.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:M0
8:30���Vancouver via B  C. E. K.
(daily except Sunday)..  T::'.u
13:00���Yancouver via B. C. B. R.
idaily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via IS. C. B, R.
(dally except Sunday).. 10:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. Et
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Victoria   via   B.  C.   E.   R.
(daily   except   Sunday).. 7:. 10
i  7:30���l'nited States via G. N. K.
(daily except Sunday)..   7:3')
; 15:00���United States via (',. N. It.
(dally  except Sunday)..16:00
12:00���All   points   east   and   Ivi
rope (daily)   7:30
23:00-
and
.15:15
12:10-
20:00-
Fraser
excepl
Kraser
except
 1
except
r:30
,16:15
10
:00
Gardiner & Ga-diner
, (F. G. Gardiner)
! ARCHITECTS
I Boom 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
I "Hone 661 Residence  Phone 133
WORK   GOES   A-BEGGING.
TENDERS.
SEALED TENDERS addiessed to
The Secretary, Department of Indian
A/f;iirs,   Ottawa,   and   marked  on  the
Each tendei mnsl   be   accompanied I envelope, "Tender for Alert Bay Girls
by an accepted     e    <   on a  charter
ed bank, payable to tbe order of the'
Honorable    -; e   Mini te     ol   Public
Works, equal to ten pei cent 110 p.c.
of the amounl  of the tender,   which;
win be fo felti . II tbe person tendering decline to enter Into a   contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
eoni] lete the work contracted for.   If'couver
the tendei- be not fltcepted tl.e cheque Indian
v. i l be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
in- order,
It. C DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
DepurtTent of Public Works, Ottawa. October 27, 1810,
Newspapers will nol be J. aid for
thi3 advertise!/ent ir (hey Insert it
without authority from the department
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
Take Notice that I, William Robert
Dfek, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,'
real estate dealer, intend to apply for,
permission to lease 500 acies of land |
bounded as follows:    Commencing at I
11  post planted  200 yards  above tide jnot be ';alJ for
water on the river entering the head]
ef  Dralney's  Inlet,  thence  north   100
chains, thence west 50 chains, thence
soutli   100    chains,    thence    east    50
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for which It is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
nated September 26th, 1010.
Home," will he received up to noon
December 30, 1810, for the election
of a frame boarding school building
at Alert Bay (Cormorant Island).
II. C.
Plans and    specifications    ntfiy   b<
Men at the offlces of T. F. Neelanda,
Inspector   of   Indian     Agencies,   Van-
VV. E. Dichburn, Inspector of
Agencies, Victoria, and w. M.
|Halllday, Indian Agent, Alert Bay.
Kitch lender must be accompanied
by a marked cheque hiafle payable 10
the undersigned for a sum equal to
five per rent, ot the amount of tender.
Tl 0 cheque will be forfeited If the
person te-ideting decline to enter into
1 contract when called upon to do so.
If the tender be not ;acceptsd the
cheque will be returned. In the'event
of acceptance of tender the cheque
will be held until the contract \8
signed, when It wlll be returned.
The successful tenderer wlll be required to furnish a bond In satisfactory sureties for a sum equal to the
tmounl  of the contract.
T' e lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
The unauthorized insertion of thl-
id-erthe'iient   in  any  newspaper  will
Usually More Jobs Than Workmen in I
New York..
New  York,  Nov.  11.���The  National j
Employment    Exchange,    backed    by';
$300,000    supplied     by    philanthropic ��� 1
men and agencies, and established for
the purpose of providing a reputablei
employment agency where those seeking work can be sure of a fair treat-1
ment, has just is. ued its repoit cove-1
ing the tine rrom May, 1900, when the
first  offlce was opened, lo September
30   1910, when thiee offices had hee.i
opened.
The report shows that there are in
general more seekers after employment than theie aie employees willing
to work.
Besides the general executive offlce
force, the Bxchange maintains Interpreters who speak seventeen lan-
. na. es, so that all prospective employees who cannot understand lOng-
llsh may be told plainly the details
about the work they aie asked to do.
So far
worki
an ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
1 many workmen to desert tlieir places
and get discourage. 1 about places of-
ferd through agencies.
All  three offlces  have  so  far  heen
run ut a heavy loss, according to the
report.    The workers in these offlces
reporl   that the requests for men, ex-1
I cept.   clerks,   have   far   exceeded    the
I placements,  the  demand   for  common
laborers being especially heavy. Many
of these orders could not be filled be-
!cause the Exchange could not get the
men.    Many of the army of idle menl
I always  iu  the  city  do  not  want,   to
'work,   the   Exchange   officers    report,
���ind   it  Is  difficult  to  iuMuoe the  unemployed to accept work In the eouu-
tr'y.    Foreigners  are  especially  loath
���0 co Into the country, preferring to
emain in their settlements heie.
All   points  east
rope  (daily)   ..
Sapperton     and
Mills       (daily
Sunday)      ....
Sapperton     and
mills      (daily
Sunday)       ....
12-lo���Coquitlam     (dally
Sunday)         7
13:00���Central l'ark and Edmonds     (daily     except
Sunday)        11
13:30���Bast Burnaby and Bur-
qult'am   1 daily     except
Sunday      13:30
; 10:00���Timherland. Strawberry
Hill and South West'
mlnSter    (Tuesday    and
Friday)      13:30
���10:00���Ladner.     Port     Oulchon,
Westham  Island    13:30
10:00���Annievilie,  Sunbury (daily
exceet.   Sundnv   ' 13:80
10-00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday       13:30
; 10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver,    Piper's    Siding     via     O.     N.      R.
(daily except Sunday ) .14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except  Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton   (Tuesday. Thursday,    Friday   and    Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
I 8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday   16:00
20:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)     7:30
1 .5:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (daily     except
Sunday)      	
45���Hall's Prairie. Fern Ridge
a'.I fla/lemen (Tues-
day. Thursday and Saturday      	
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing SeifremWr IB, the SS. Transfer will leave Hrackman-
Ker  wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m.. for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New,Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 1
7:30 a.m.    Additional  trip  Monday morning, leaving
ster at 5 a.m.
id L 1 !:.--
Westmln.
This  schedule subject
passenger rates apply to
to change without notice.   For freight and
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
:30
**********
Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50,  C:20, 6.T.0,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m. ^^^^
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at  6:50,   6:50,  7:20, S:001
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
J Return  Fare:   Adults.  r>0e;   children   under 12, 35c. ^^^^
* Sunday  Schedule���Cars leaxe   Westminster   for   Vancouver at S|
��� a.  m. and every half hour tb< reafter until  11 p. fn. ^^^_
J           Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8  a.   m.,  9  a. m. and|
* every half hour thereafter until 11:30   p.   m.
��� Sunday  Excursion  Kates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 2"c.
* Freight Schedule���Fi eight cars leave Westminster for Vanconreil
��� at 7:2n a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20  p.  m.    Freight  cars  leaTe Var.-1
J     couver  for  Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 6:20.
* CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
0 City   Limits  Line���2'i-minute service from 5:40 am. to 11 -   '-
��� Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from S a.m. to 11:20 pre
t Sapperton  Line���20-minute service from 6:l6 a.m. to 11:30 p.a
* Sunday   Service���20-mlnute  service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p*
I B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY C0.|
��� ��������������������������������������������������������� *****************************
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kings of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FlM3H_
TURNED  WORK, FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
30
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Box
13/
far as the Exchange is ahle, it isl 1
king to prevent misrepresentationlln
misunderstanding,   which    cdUae '|\
1 Dcirtnient   of   Indian
I    Ottawa,  October  2.
J,  I).  McLEAN,
Secretary.
Affairs,
lliio.
Try a "Want" ad In The
will bring results.
News   It
ta
WILL   NOT   VISIT   NORWAY.
of
Princess Vlctorii   Will  Go  Instead
Queen Alexandra.
Copenhagen, peumarlf,   Nov.   14.���
Queen   Alexandra   has finally decided
not to visit  Norway
this    year,    but
Try a Want Ad.
will bring results.
 w^g .   Take the round trip on the Fraser Princess Victoria has left. Copenhagen
  river on Saturday.   Steamer Transfer for Chrlstianla, and will he the guest
in the News.     It  leaves Brackman-Ker's    wharf   at    2 of King Haakon and Queen Maud un-
,,���,.,. , p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. ������ til she returns to England.
iti Canada
A good oven is tlie housekeeper', delight..   A
despair of her life.    Tha.':: v
you about this Chancellor,
A special divided flu
the   oven   a   perfect
jKaJa�����
wmrn^^
VMM
bok<
in    the
K-_>
(There  ia not  a  ran
country can beat it.
Baking day   instead  of ticinc a      ^^Mii'llmi
trial and a disappointment i; a pleasure, a \wlli4|fc��. ���..���� ���-���*���
satisfaction, V*~--a. v��--^'. I
Conic ia  the st ire when you're down ��^^fr^~";\ .,,_.
town and let us explain to y<u  iuet how thi.  flja   distributes ^-��-���
thc   heat   evenly over  the  whole oven.    Hakes in front just us
well as back���under crust as well as upper.
7
diking" rcsLi
Its
he
means a marked saving in fuel, and better
Chancellor pot only docs its work better but at less cosi than
other ranges.
We can demonstrate to you tlu wholq SuperiorChanceil
lancellor prr.icipi
i~ ��>
(11  c
conomy
and efficiency ��� ten minutes  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Isn't it worth that much pf youi" time right now ?
Thc Chancellor is made for either coal or wood. Oilier GurneyOxford desis
of every sort, for every purpose and all kinds of fud, on display on our il>:
Special demonstration now.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.. Ltd.
681 Columbia Street n
E5D*Y
NOVEMBER  15,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
'^AGE  SEViCI*.
NOTICE.
,..   trjven   that   The
���'""'.,'.,,   Limited, a bod,
'..ri:l",'i' ',:,.',ra.e.l    under      the
rolnmbla   Companies    Act,
dlng Acts," carry lni;
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
���
];;���    ���      V'iet.e" Diijtftcl   of  New
, province  of   British
| ..,,.���.,!   ...   His   Ex-
       P.f.noi-iil       In
'>����� '';" Governor   Gtenaral    In
.   fne.       , ,-oval of n certain
iructlon  of  wharves
shore     ol
. iate     on
. . .. ......
��� lol
wo  (2)   in
iril ti
���
bore
the
the
and
iT)
the
min i  i  and | i
Hct,01 |   | [ttl ! ave
.. morable the    II
Iti   ' ��� Ottawa, plans
. i h  they  pro]
hei  v Ith a di   i   -
lte there if desi rlbed
'   .   DU I   have
K :���     in thi
. i   deorl
W'e I
I worl
i . te Ij In ace ml. nci
i sectl m : ol
,    Protection
,    o|   the     RertsM
, .    1900.
,,  EDMONDS,
. .     River Tannery
ilted
of Octobei    L01O
IOARD OP TRADE���NEW WEST
ii.luster Uoanl nf Trade meets In th(
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third 'I'hur- ri iv of eacli month,
quarterly meeting m the ttnrc
Thursday of February; May, Aupusi
and Novemner, af s ; m      Annus
ii lngs on tl e third Thursday o:
February. New members may b<
proposi ii and electi i . t- any month
lv or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOK AGENTSI MAN'A
gi i  G. J.  Sj'ki si, G2  1' 11  street,
Vai       !    .        575      Prompt
attention   given   tb   all   oi dei     toi
i    hi Rln     us   tfp,   wli a  hi
write ll        'ile to visit us.
DOWEIt RIGHTS ACT
10 BE INTkODUCfD
Legislatitn to Protect Married Women to Be Submitted to Legislature.
Edi   . .  in, Not, 11.    i a aci resj eet
i     ' ol   married   women in
the estates of th( fr hush nds wlll be
Inti   Itici I  al   the pi ion  of
!: '   i:   i '���" iri      ' . .    porting to
I proti      married   i   n   n   from   belnfe
"" cut off with i    hlllh     was Introduced
of She lei Isla*ur��,
WillTKSIDK  & KDMONDS,  BAHHia j'"1   ' ' ''���    "   "' ' iw
t rs    antl    solicitors,   Westmlnstei   ' ' two  readings and wi    then reler-
Trust Block,   Columbia  street,  New [red I
Wesl minster,
L, Edmonds.
W. ,i. Whiteside, n
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTI! Bs '; ������ ��� I : I iltors
Wesl minster offlci R ns ' and 8
Guichon block, corner Columl Is an I
McKenzie streets; Vancouver ol
fleet,   Willi ��� ii   Gran
vllle street, V. ��'. W adi. K. C;
A. Whealler, VV. G. McQuarrie, Q E
Martin.
Ly OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.      | ���
VIRGINIA   HARNED.
One of America's Forenost Actresses,
at the Opera  House Wednesday
evening   in  "The  Woman
He  Married."
PAYMASTER   IS
Masked
HELD   UP.
tl e position of City
"     , received by the un
���,, to    Monday,    tlje  28th
ilarv required
W.   a   DUNCAN,
City  Clerk,
rember 8th, 1910.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
K. T. PRINCE, <������>.] ei    ai     intant and
auditor.    Agenl  fo   the Hall   1
Co    Office, room 5, Markel  Bl ck,
opposite   Citj    Hall,    C'Jnhihia    St..
Phon�� i J.1%
WESTt/INSTER     LAND     DISTRICT.
[District cf  New Westminster.
,KE notice thai I. William Robert
Iiver, B. C, occupation
.   ...   er, intend to apply for
,if3lo!, ���  base the following
i
il    ii    post    planted
lalns north from    the
j..' . Timber    Lease
Texada   1 .iand.    thence    wesl
ton- chai      I ence    south    eighty
_: then ���    east    eighty    chains,
. ,. htj chains to poinl of
containing fi-m acres
e or less
,IAM  ROBERT DICK,
��� C, September 6, 1910.
II. .1. A. BURNETT,
Accountant. Tel,
Trapp block.
A.UDITOH  AND
ll 128.    Koom,
iIib privati  bills commits
I in   a   ��� Arthur
Murphy,   piesld        o ntoh
I ! Council ol Women, M Fe i is
��� nd  " dell had api e in .1 beforp
I tor   	
th ,,   , WQ    , [Masked   Men   Get   $5000   from   Agent
of Conpany
!' I       i"'-;i'    Croat  n.imiv. ton. Mass.. Nov. 14.-
a llvi oi        ���        ��� ��� ���    a]    rlncea fotv Paymaster nines of   a   constructnon
... in companj building a trolley line   from
, |      ���   wlllc|,  have n(    . .     tej  Leg. Greal  Barrington to    Egremont,    was
,   held   Up  todav   hv   tluee  mask nd     ''cn
l8,ati0n respectli    I i     .,.    lights of .Ull] ���,,,,���.,, of nearly $-,.(lil [n (.aH���
wanl ______^_____________
ami Alberta   There maafcf ~ *~
:.        ago,  �� ni :.  ; I ei e  ������ is  a  dower
lav.-   ;��� .   in  the  northwi        ������������:-
toi l( i, bul  tbi i li i M.ii ii was lescli.
de I beci use al  thai time there weie
inaii>   nn n,  ] loneers of the   country,
YOU'LL get more
downright wear
and comfort out of a
n Prussian n Overcoat
than you ever thought
you could get for $ 18.
Both single and double
breasted styles���in new
and exclusive patterns,
with the tone and
elegance that Fit-
Reform designers alone
can give to a garment.
$18. to $35.
163
IT   WILL   BRING   RESULTS
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   NEWS
QTFNOCRAPHV     ��     TYPEWRITING
who were squawmen, and to pn- 'it
the property of these men falling into
the bands of their Indian consorts al
di   ibilltj     aci     was    passed.      But 11
Miss M. BROTEN,   public   stenogra- though this period In the country's de^
pedflcatlons,   business    lei   velopment   has  long since  passed no t
,,,IS     ,.,,       circular    work    taken, legislation has heen enacted la any of |
Phom     116.     Hear   of   Major    and the   '���'"'"'   provinces   named    dealing.
Bavage's offlce, Columbia St. iwi,h the nuestlon.
  ���     The  bill  presented  to  the   legisla-;
FKI'.KMfW     BUNTING,     ROOM     22 ,ture at the last session did not meet!
ridge Street and
King Edward Avenue
Vancouver, B. C.
RFAL   ESTATE
WHITE, SHILES  &  Co
Real  Kstate and  Insurance  Agents-
City,   farm  and  Bunurban  property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
LAND   ACT.
Dis
i Westminster Land  District.
trict of   New   Westminster.
s notice that ,iohn Ferdinand
... of Nelson    Island,    occupation
to  apply   for   permit-   CTTrTTTwii'. u
-������    the      follOWlng       de. .VM^IMI.NSIMI
"catsenclng    at   a    post    planted
8 northeast    from tl.e
n   I Bllllni     t ay,  and  about     4'.
from    the    Southe isl
.:  lot   number    37341
��       rtb   40  chains,  thence  east
ains. thence    south     4(1  chains.
i"   cliains  to   point    of
ent,  containing   160  acres
: or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
������: A I .list 29, 1910.
FISH    AND   GAME.
BENSON ft AYLiNO. FISH. .'HUM.
Game. Vegetables, etc Bean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
I Notice Is  hereby   . iven    that   the
fan   Llsl   tor  the  year    1910    h H
m completed   and   that   the   Bame
be seei   . I   this offlce  for thirty
I.  from the date hereof:   and any
���Roo who shall claim to be added to
| uld \  ������'������*' List, or any elector
shall desire to  have  any   name
ised m, must prefer his or
'request In writing, signed with his
her name,   and   shall    deliver   or
JWe��ame to be delivered to the City
[���''. within  the  tlmu  herein  before
petted.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Cltv Clerk's  Offlce.   N'ew   Westmln-
n. C, October 15. 19H).
Curtis Block.   P. O. Rox 694. -Iin any  particular tl.e demands of the
won:e:i   of   the   province,   whose   case,
was presented by the deputation frontl
the Kdnjonfon Local council of women.    It   was   lalily   riddled   when    U
came   before   the   pi ivate   hills  committee for discussion after its second:
leading   in  the  house, aud  the com-'
hiittee   UrfaiilmouBly   decided   that    It
Id be levised and laid it over until th.e forthcoming session to permit
ol this.
Ther Is no law In the province
which protects married women res-
pecting their share, or dower, In the
(estate of their husbands, A husband
may mortgage or sell his propeity
I when the Bplrit moves him without
heed to his wife. This is not the
cai-e in the older provinces in tlie
Dominion or in the . Ider countries of
the world.
The advocates of a dower rights
bill are free to admit that tlie average man dees the fair thing With liis
wife, .mt for the same reason that
there is necessity for law to protect
society against a forger, for instance,
it is argued that there should he a
law to protect a married woman
against a villainous husband.
At the present time a man addicted
to the use of liquor may rr.ortgage
or sell his propeity when he sees fit
to do so, and use the proceeds. The
deputation from the Local Council of
Women which waited on the private
bills committee presented evidence of
a number of such cases where the
wife had been left penniless.
Trust companies operating in the
The regular meetings of this lodge j western country by their high rau s o:
are held In Odd Fellows' flail, cor-: interest frequently secure control of a
ner Carnarvon and Eighth streets j man's property, notably in the case
evfry Monday evening at S o'clock, jof homesteaders, with the result that
Visiting   brethren   cordially   invited | when they foreclose their   mortgages
  ���-** ��� "'��� --������������ where-
WOODWORKING.
  \NUO 1AYU Hn^H
Co., hank, offlce ana store fittings,
caidntt, stair, showcases, mamei?
and detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnish)".]. .1 Brookes, pro
prietor. Work-: Corner Eleventh
nnd car line. P. O. box 254, Pfiom
473.
HOTELS.
Harry T\ Dcvine
begs to announce that he has received instructions from the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to sell by
PUBLIC AUCTION
Monday} November 21st, 191 O, at 1 O o'clock a.m.
in'Pender Hall, Cor.  Pender and  Howe Sts.
ABOUT 350 LOTS in that portion of District 526 bounded on the north by
20th Avenue, on the south by 25th Avenue, on the east by Ontario Street,
and on the west by Oak Street.
The following are the blocks and lots:
SDuth Vancouver H
KING'S   HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA   Sl
I'hone IS. Newest and most up-to
dat<* in the city. Terms moderate
First class euisln".  J. Traehy. Prop
5, 6, 11. 12, 15,
1IOTKL LYTTON���617 FRONT ST
Phone HC Comfortable accomoda
tion. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
I. O. O. F.   AMITY   LODC.K   NO.   27���
to attend. W. H. West, N.O.; W. C
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary.
J W. MacDonald, financial secre
tun
USE WLYTHE BEST
jttAST LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
I Jake notice that  I. William  Robert
Nt, of Vancouver,   BXJ.,  occupation
tea! ostate dealer, Itflenrt to apply for
fWnlsslon to lease 'J00 acres of land
:i il iwsi    Commencing at
I   it the east side of the
IWr��me hea I of the north    arm    ol
Inli t, thence east 40 chains,
louth
1   itialns
chains,
nee north
encement.
thence  west
Mi  chains to
Purpose for
<��� inired   quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
NOTICE.
tan!
PERFUMED
LYE
standard article
READY  FOR  USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
mm 1 For m��hln_ .on. . ��ottonln_ ��'��t��r,
��� removing old paint, disinfecting
I sinks, closets, drains and for
* ��� <���   ��ther   purposes.      A   can
^n and after October l, 1810; we.
** undersl tned, will    sell coal    for
nly.
uvery,
'��� either with the order or on
������1I.1.KY   BROS.,  LTD
JOSEPH  MAYERS.
BHLYEA & CO,
Bw Westminster. Sept. 24.
..nr   olher   porp
���quale 20 poun
ds SAL SODA.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
COMf*!"X
e.w.oillett xsm
TORONTO.OHT.
the wife is left with nothing
as she may have contributed by   her
labor   to  the   securing  of   the   homestead or by handing over to her husband   money   which  she   possessed  ia
her own right when she married him.
In the latter Instance it is a fact that
when   once   a   married   woman   relln-
iiulshed control of her own money and.
placed it in an enterpiise. of her husband's she no longer has any say as
to the disposition of the investment.    I
1    What the  women  who  are  behind
the   movement   for   the   enacting    et
dower   rights   legislation  want  is      e
laying  down  of the definite  principle
that   a   married   woman   shall   be  ea-
tlfcd to a third interest in her bus-
baud'8 estate, during liis life or after
his decease.    This Is the law iu the
older  pi minces     it   protects a  mai-
lied   wo "an   from  the   mortgaging   hy
her  husband of m ire  than  two-thirds
of his property unless by the consent
of his wife.
Mrs. Murphy, acting for the Local
Count il of Women, has already interviewed Hon. C. K. Mitchell, attorney-
general, respecting the revision of the
bill presented last session, an.l bas received the promise of careful consul-
ertaion. as well as a statement to the
effect that a hill embodying the prln-
3S�� fought toy the women will 1 e
Seduced at this session of the teg-
Block 5S1. lots 1,
16, 19, 20, 29, 30.
Block fiSL'. lots 5, 6, !>, 10,
22, 26, 26, 29, 30, 35, 3H.
Block 583, lots 3. 4.  11. 12,
19, 20, 23, 24, 27, 28, 31, 32.
Bleck 5S4, lots 3. 4, 7, 8. 11. 12. l_
20, 23, 24, 27. 28, 31. 327
Block 601, lots 1, 2, 6, 6, 0, 10.
14, 17, 18, 21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 30.
Block 602   lots 3. 4. 7, S,  13, 14,
18, 21. 22, 25. 26, 29, 39, 35, 36.
Block (503, lots 3, 4, 7. 8, 11, 12.
20, 23. 24, 27. 28, 31, 32.
Block 604, lots 3, 4, 7, 8. 11, 12,
20, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32.
Block 621, lots 3, 4, 8, 9, 14, 15, IS,
19. 22, 23, 26, 27, 30, 31.
Block 622. lota 5. 6, 13,  14,
21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 30, 35, 36.
13, 14, 21.
15,  16,
13
17
19,
19,
18,
Block 623   lots 3. 4.  7 S. 11, 12, 17,
15, 23,  24, 27, 28, 31, 32.
Block 624, lots 1. 2, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15,
16, 19,  20, 23, 24,  29, 30.
Block 661, lots 5, 6, 16, 17, 22, 23,
26, 27.
Block 662. lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13,
14   17, IS. 23, 24, 27, 28.
Block 663. lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15,
16, 21,  22, 25, 27.
Block 664. lots 3, 4, 7, 8. 11, 12, 15,
16. 20,  23,  24.
Block 681, lots 1, 2, 6, 7, 12, 13, 16,
17, 20,  21,  24   25,  27.
Block 682, lots 1, 2, 5 7, 8, 11, 12, 15,
16, 21,  22, 25, 26, 29, 30.
Block 683, lots 3. 4, 7, 10, 11, 14, 15,
15. 19, 24, 25, 26, 27.
Block 684. lots 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, 15,
16, 19,  20,  24, 25, 26.
Point Grey
Block 580A, lots 1, 2, 4, 5.
Block 600A, lots 1, 2, 3. 6.
Block 620 A, lots 3, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13.
Block 658, lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 13, 14, 17
IS.
Block
659,
lots
3, 4,
1 ,
R,
13.
14,
17.
Block
660,
lots
1. 2,
C
6,
10,
11,
14,
15. 19, H
10, 26
I, 29,
32.
Block 677, lots 8,
4,
6,
9,
10,
13,
14,
17. 18. 23, 24, 25.
Block 678, lots 3,
7,
8,
9,
10,
1",
18,'
19,  20.
Block 679, lots 7,
20.
Block 680, lots 3,
8,
9,
10,
13,
14,
19,
4,
fi,
15,
16,
20,
21,
28. 29, 33, 34.
TERMS CF SALE: One quarter cash, Balance I, 2 and3 years, interest
at 6 per cent. If the Purchasers desire to build, one house only to e ich lot,
to cost not less than One Thousand Dollars.
This building condition applies to all lots with the exception of those on
Kins Edward Avenue, where no house of a less value than Two Thousand
Dollars can be erected.
Plans and farther particulars can be obtained from
HARRY T. DEVINE, A. H. NICHOL,
Auctioneer, -. -A Townsite Agent
437 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B. C. C P. R.
White, Shfles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TO LEASE���Fj-uit and Confectionery Store, bake oven on premises,
good location, on Columbia street,
good opening for man of small means.
We have some choice residential
sites in the new cement walk district
at very reasonable prices and terms.
Modern 8 room house close in, on
large lot. with best heating and
plumbing; $4,600.    Good terms.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER _
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right Drices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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.
9*   Q   ^H
\U IT Y     JN E ^V S   I  Emphatic Reductions in Prices of
John Crean leaves tbis week for, Plans for the Y. M. C. A. building
Los Angeles, where he will spend the in tbis city have heen finally approv-
winter. ed and the provisional committee will
I probably   call   for  tenders  this  week.
Mrs.  J.  B.  Kennedy, Of Sapperton,   _)*e  concrete  foundations    are    now
will   receive  on   the   fir .t and
Thursdays of the month.
thin
Mrs. McKenzie, of 651 Eighth street.
is leaving shortly fnr Ireland, wheie
she will spend Christmas.
The "Honeymoon Trail," which
was to have been prefenred here this
evening by the Hunt Musical company, has been cancelled.
nearly completed, and it is the intention to prosecute building operations
vigorously throughout the winter. E,
H. Sands, secretary of the committee
In charge, reports that subscriptions
arc still coming in. ,
Now  is  the  time    to    get    spring
flowering bulbs from Davles, the Flor- j
1st.    Phone R208. **
On   Saturday,   Albert   May,   a  Van
couver highway robber, was taken to |
the penitentiary  to serve  a   five-year
sentence,   with   (logging.      May    was)
rather  unfortunate  In  liis  operations. I
He  held  up a  C.   P.   ft.  detective  in j
Vancouver, but after he had taken hls
!watch and money the detective knock- |
Mrs. C. M. Parker's pupils will give ed  him down and  placed  him  under j
their  annual   recital   at   St.   Patiick's arrest.    He was sentenced in Vancou-
ball   on   Monday   evening.   November: ver a few days ago.
28.    The  conceit   is  to  commerce  at |
eight o'clock. I    -^  meeting of the Vancouver Chris, i
Man Kndeavorers was held yesterday
On Thursday evening the board of evening in St. Andrews Presbyterian
trade will hold its monthly meeting church, Vancouver, neaily twelve!
In the hoard of trade rooms at tho hundred supporters of the movement
city hall. It is expected that only being present. Uev. J, Van Home,
routine  business   will   he  dealt   with,  of   Seattle,   gave   an   Interesting   ad-
I dress.     T.   P.   Phillips,   president   or
A  new special  provincial  constable the locaj branrh of the Christian En-
has heen appointed  in the person of ,,eavorer8i attended the meeting as a
Theodore   Theroux.  night    watchman representative  from   Westminster.
1    The regular monthly meeting of the
Local   Council   of   Women   was   held
for the Canadian Lumber Company at
their Fraser River mills. He will
make Millside Ills particular territory..
I in  the  Knights of Pythias  hall  yes'
Have you secured one of those terday afternoon. Mrs. Keith, presl-
charming houses on Eighth avenue, (lent of the council, was In the chair,
close to the car. If not, see the and there wa8 a falr attendance of
British Canadian Securities, Ltd., at member8i including Mrs. Wolfenden,
once, as the terms are so very easy ^cording secretarv, and Mrs. Broad,
they will soon be all sold. ������     IcmT<.sponding secretary.   'Nothing of
Information has been laid, bv some {m *>*~*-**���* nature ^11 to be discussed
Df the farmers h the vicinity of Hatziciand th* meeting transacted only rou-
slough against come local sportsmen. [tlne  bu*'neM-
The alleged offence is trespass.   Sum-      p0t pl-ants and fresh cut flowers at
monses  are   being  served    and    the | Tidy's store.   Phone IS4. ������
cases will comd up in the course pf
a few days.
NOW
is  the  time  to buy  a
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big plnter stock is now in from
the best makers We have them at
a  low   price    and    we   have   a   Wnd
Music lovers are promised a treat
next Tuesday evening when the well-
known choir of Sixth Avenue Methodist church, Vancouver, will give a
concert in the local church of the
same name. William Hicks, conductor of the choir, is recognized as one
of tlie leading musicians of the coast.
Tlie funeral of Benjamin Curtis, cn
orphan hoy about twelve years of age,
who had been placed at St. Louis society by the Chil Iren's Aid'society,
[took j lace yesterday morning, a number of the students acting as pa 1
bearers. Tlie funeral service was conducted by Father I.ambot. Death was
cause! by kidney trouble.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get houiiuets, floral  designs, and    all
The Public
Supply Stores
I
WE  GUARANTEE,    We
Combination as  well as
hare    alsji'cinds ot cut flowers.    Phone 112U8
FOUNTAIN
SYRINGES
of RUBBER GOODS on display in our
-''ow  window.    Try  us for
��**> -   ���
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
Curtis Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C
An important deal was put through
!by  the  firm  of  White.  Shiles  &  Co.
yesterday,  when   fifty-five    acres    jf
land  south  of  the  Hjorth     road,  be-
Itween the Yale and Scott roads, were
sold   ty   Vancouver   men   for   *27,500.
Ten  aties.  adjoining    the  above  de-
rciibgd  property,  were  also  disposed
It will pay you to look over our stock (rt  U>  an   up   (pantry   syndicate    for
?r>oo per ac:<?,
As a result pf t'.ie Inc.easel attend-,
.anee at Surrey and Langley schools L
has heen  decided to teplace the two
one-roomed buildings at Murray's Colters and Fo:t Langley with tft'0-foom-
|ed structures.     In each   case   larger
I sites will be used, and the buildings.'
I will lie rushed to completion, the indention being to have them ready for
'occupation   by   Christmas  If  possible.
OUTBREAK    OF    MEASLES.
ADV. RTIfif?  IN THE  DAILY NEWS
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
Montreal Has 4000 Cases���The Doctors Blamed  by  Health  Officer.
Montreal, Nov. 14.���Measles are
spreading at an alarming rate in the
city, especially in the,new wards. Last
week lfi3 cases weie reported. "This
dce3 not represent one-tweht'eth of
the number of cases i . tlie city and
suburbs," states Dr. Laberg, city
health oflicer.
"Dcetors have not reported eases
since where one child had measles, all
the others In the house have to remain away from school.. To avoid ibis
and please parents, doctors neglect to
repori many ease��." Dr. Laberg'fl report shows that there are 800 eases In
St. Henri ward alone. There are probably 4000 cases altogether In the city
and the number is increas-ir�� everyday. More schools will probably he
close.1 in a day nr two. St. Henri and
Cote Des Nelgea so far are the two
closed.
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
flre not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good Judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It ls sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to iook them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
GET
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up In a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed for
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, R.C.
TAKING STRIKERS BACK.
Montreal. Nov. 14.���Since the negi-
tiitions relative to the reinstatement
of strikers on the Gra'id-Trunk wee
reopened last wee',;, quite a number
of the 160 n en who sM'l remained
out, have been taken hack t" work,
and It Is quite possible that the present wee'; will see the final s e' tle.mcni.
jof th.e question of reinstatement.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of  this  property.    $350 each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from Flr&t to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane ut rear.
Price $350 eaeh.    TeVJns.    INVESTIGATE.
F.
& CO., Ltd.
******** ********
TRIMMED
HATS
The order to reduce the ] rices on all colored trimmed hats and
untrimmed shapes comes at a time when it will prove of Advantage
to hundreds of women who have not, purchased their winter hat
Ahout 100 colored hats and iGO colored shapes are all that remain
of our immense Btock. Today you can have excellent choice���and
note the reduced prices. ,  m^j.-.-r*,-*'***^  ���������������. ���
Three Special Tables
1st Table $4.50
One table of colored hats, ln a complete range of colors, new shapes
and trimmings. Regular values up to |8.00. On sale today, each ,
   $4.50
2nd Table $6.50
A splendid range at tills price, featuring  all   the   newest   Ideas   possible in hats.    Regular  values up to $10.00. On sale today, each $6.50
All Untrimmed
Colored Shcpes
at a Reduction
of 25 per cent.
Choose a Bhape an I
tri ed to your ,,,,
away   below
e
' prices
mliigs.
A
reg ,
fine
i   trim.
��� ���'   '   :i   0(
Shapes from whlch ,��� ,
3rd Table $8.00
In these you will find some of the nicest models In pattern hats
shown this season. The newest shades are prominent���tones of
light and dark heliotrope, na- y. brown, grey, etc. Regular values
up to $12.60.   On sale today, e ch    $8.00
The Christmas Showing
of Handkerchiefs
Now Ready
So many handkerchiefs the sold to customers who send them io
friends at a distance. Tliey sl. p into a letter and mailed witho it
further trouble. We mention Ihe arrival of our complete new stock
and we make a claim, the pixvlng of wllich will be easy. We know
without a doubt that our Xmas Showing wi Ilbe larger and more
varied than shown  by any st< re In B, C.    We have here ban 1 made
Lace llankkerchiefs from I elglum, real Irish Lace Handkerchiefs
from Ireland, Swiss Embroidered Linen, hand embroidered and hand
made lace edges. All personally selected in the markets of Switzerland, Belgium and Ireland.    Pri es lange from 2 for ac to 80c each.
Warm and
Cosy Kimonas
Pull   length and
In wide variety.    |  ,
Pearance   suggest   comfort
attractive are the col irlngs an:
linish of the    materials   used.
German    Eiderdown  in woolen
and cotton, the finish of whi
is  soft and  fluffy, v.,  ,;,���, an,
substantial;     Canadian   Elder.
downs in  heavy    weights   and
light    weight    ducklin g fleece
cloths in many grades.
Full Length Kimonas, in plain
nnd fancy colors, with wide roll
over collars, turn back cuffs,
and heavy thick waist cord.
Sizes 34 to 42. Each 15.! and
$0.50.
Kimonas,
Misses'     Eiderdown
Each $3.75.
Cardinal,  sky,    mauve,    Eiderdown    Kimonas, sizes 8 to :���
years, each  $3.76,
Women's   Short   Kimonas,  Eac'i
$1.50.
Two special clotl a    m di
Into  lull    sized    Ki':.. nas, Ge ���
man  fleece and Can idlan Gab
fleece Eiderdown; are material
in   nice patterns and atl
colors,   made   with   ll   fitting
hacks, nil  si^es. each $1 50,
NEW FALL "BUTTERICK FASHIONS" AND DELINEATORS NOW ON SALE. ASK TO SEE THE'
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
DID   YOU   EVER    CONSIDER
THE DIFFERENCE
In having your clothes cleaned
you are entitled to the host in
methods.
Get it by our process���the
dirt and dust are removed from
the   fibre���NOT   PRESSED   I.V
The garment heing thoroughly sterl lzed Is (lean and whole-
G.  F. BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
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1 S8"WJg FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
************************** *********
PHONE 4T3
"���
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. 276.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   DAILY  NEW.
If you want something choice for Today's Dm-
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 ita
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street        - -        New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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