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 I   N.
' 1/ 1910
port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
\K\V WESTMINSTER, B, C
WEDNESDAY  MORNING
NOVEMBER IG,
PRICE FIVE CENTS
iGNtD PEOPLE
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Hi
gl
events Rescuing
"oi passengers and Crew of
gtn Portland Up North.
Money  for Spain.
Irld,    Nov.    15
In $13,-
��� n Indemn ty i      ���    anded
the
lowing
Rift
... er  of
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MER) FOB CltlC HONORS NEW SAW HILL IS BMG
ME KEEPING KR COVER   BUILT AT PORT HAMMOND ;t
Race   for   Mayorality   May   Be   Three-   Bailey   Lumber Company's  Plant  Will
Cornered,  but Only   Mayor  Lee Have   Capacity   of   25.000   Feet
Has  Declared  Intentions. Per  Day-Cost $25,000.
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WssM 7,:im^r* Race  Riot.
El Paso, Texas, Nov. 15.���A
runior is current hi re ; hai a
race clash Is imminent at
Juai ���������'.. acroBs i he Rio Grande,
by the .Mexican element op-
I o i i to Prei Idenl Diaz. Special deputie i
In.
t   et
mouth of tbe Katalla river
i
stranded
Kai
hi, !i   broke   BOOH
.     Nov.    15.-EI
comprising    the
. a    of    ' ie    wn
land   which wi i bi ac
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e> in ti"'
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were landed fn i
raging with lm  i
ioned passengers have
,, T,w people living
and the toot* Bupplj
eared that  if the p
crew  of  the    Portland
; ���  .1,,,,. they  will be
���    .,    great    hardships,
\ .   failure    of    the    food
eamship Alameda    tried  for
enter the storm swept
was  finally  compelled
,    ttempl and nun bai i*
ECLIPSE OF LUNA TB
OCCUR TIIIS AFTERNOON
i i e may be a three
nei ed   i ice  for   tnayor  and   mans
as] Irants foi   I he p      loni     oi  aldi
A new saw mill is jusi being completed I ��� the Bailey Lumber company
at   Porl   Hammond,    li   is of modern
������^'PHILOSOPHER IS NOT
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Phenomenon  Will   Not  Likely  Be  Vis-
II le   on    Pacific    Coast,    Moon
Leaving  Shadow at 5:53.
to
TROUBLE   IN   DELTA.
Provincial   Government   Engines
approves   of   Dyke   Plans.
Therounlc llty of Delta is a
Dis-
l,v,
Thi isl nli al evenl of the yeai,
wll h the exception ol i [alb - 'i co i el
in  the  Bprlng,  la    Bchi   uled   fo
It is a total eclipse of tbe
moon, Although the phenomenon will
be very Inten sting to those who sec
it���and mosl of the people In Ea I
Cahada will be able to see it
not likely thai much interest will be
aroused here, for the besl pan of tbe
performance is down fur about four
o'clock in the afternoon, when it is
i improbable thai the moon will be
I visible, even if the weather is fine.
The  moon  begins    to   enter    the
'earth's shadow at  2:44 p. m. and  will
the middle of
men   there will be enough vacancies construction and  when the two boll-
ool board to supply sever,il ers  are   working  al   full   pressure  it
with a bei I  will   have  a   capacity   ol   25,000   feel
thel towards their    fellow per  day.    The   Initial    cost   will   be
:  $25,000, bul  .1   A.  Bailey, mai
Wesl minster the  i      ��� u        expects    thai   In   the:
��� city of the flrsl   course oi a year a planing nrtll, lath
incer feed  mill and dry kilns wlll be erected al
trustees who an expenditure of another $15,000.
board   al   the   present      The new mill Is located righl in the
eb  will be necessary.    Two townsite of Port  Hammond  and  has
were elected I ��� I ���.**. years transportation  facilities  both   on  the
and   thej   will    bold  their Praser and on  the C.    P.    R.      Mr,
seats.   These are T, J. Trapp and lir. Bailey formerlj operated a small mill
T. li. Green. back  of  Porl   Hammond  and  is well
J. C.  Loree,    John    Peel-,    and    L. acquainted with all thc details of tbe
IThornbur have finished their terms of lumbering  industry.
office.	
Mr. Thornbur, speaking to the News
yesterday, stated that he would prob
abily be in  tlie field for
once  again      	
two two-year  terms.    Mr.  Loree  and
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WOMEN SHOULD ITE Tfl
PROTECT THEIR OWN SEX
Count Tolstoi Suffering from
Bronchitis, But Receiving
Skillful Attention.
jre-electjon
He  bas  already  served
TEAMS    OF    BROTHERS    MAY
MEET   IN   HOCKEY   MATCH
Suffragette    Maude    Younger,    of   San
Francisco, Carries  Plea to  Federation   of   Labor.
Sl LouIb, Mo.. Nov. 15.���"Women
should be able to vote in order to
pi otei i i heir on n sex in Industi i il
disputes,' declared Miss Maude
Younger of San Francisco, at the
American Federation of Labor meeting late this afternoon. Tlie statement   was   greeted   with   enthusiasm.
Miss Younger is connected with the
San Francisco suffragettes. Her ad-
dresa was one of the important features of the day, tbe other being the
,_     ...       .        ...       address ol Governor Hadley, In which
.���,,.���  .,,,,      Ottawa.   Nov.   15.���Though   notblna', ,   , , .  ,    .
  \\^********m-' p ,���   ,li�� urged that one-third of the Judges
Mr    Peck   have   not   vet     announced  h^ >'et been  arranged,  it is  possible!      , .   ,.    ..      , ,     .,
mi.   riLh   inne  nut  jci    a,luuu"uu    ^ *\ and    one-half    the  lawyers    of    the
their   intention    hat   It   is   understood  tliat   Ilenrv    Smith,    the    well-known
iiRii   internum,   oui  u   is   unueisuiou > country   wetc  unnecessary,
neither of these, are anxious to serve contractor, will be able to set forth j
leave It ar .-���-.. ,   ���,.. tne miuare ��   their
the  eclipse    occurring at   twenty-one contractor, will be able to set forthi" ^   * *
minutes alter four.                                      ntii.ner oi mesa, aie anxious io serxt ^1)ss ^0UI1gei. Was presented to the
���jneu.um........ ���. ���.-----.            n   is quite probable    that    ns the  again. his  claim as   having   the   champion|convention b    President Gompers af-
"  """"'   1,v-!w:,;" B��  ;-   moon   is   passing   oul   of   ti-   earth's      It is the general opinion that it will family hockey team of the world he- ��� '
8Ii���,  The late reeve and councl, let Bhad      a,   ���    ,,,,,���.,  ,,,, ,.,,���,..  ^ '   ^  >��J>* find live good fore long in undisputed fashion. Away  ��    <      f ^,leted the readin* *
men   to   run     for     the     liosition     cf nu'  !n Alherta, where Hay  Millai   and                           -      ^^^^^^^^_^_
iiii.ii   io   nm     ioi     iue     puniijuu    ui nn   t|ip   matform   w'as   the   signal   for
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  .school No one has made any
on tbe subject  as yet.  '"^	
SHEARER   DISCOVERS   GRAFT        I and In the  general talk on ihe com- mighty fine opinion of themselves as   .        . rn�� HTfcTeO TO   DC
IN    MANITOBA   CAPITAL j,ng   ,.;,;,    ,.,,.,,;,���,,   the   trustees   ate  hockej    artists,   and   already   the   11    L��ANrW\ 0   UtlLAllVtoa  11)   UL
-������ generallv overlooked, monton    ������ , ���    e   of   brothers   have,
la-They   toave^tne,    ^ ^       oncernlng   etA&i- made  application   to   the   Edmonton,
City   Hockey   league
may be visible here, as the heavens
are fairly dark at  thai  hour.
j�� (27.00*1 contracl  to Mr, Tucker, ol
\ ��� : wm k necessai y on
erstanding    that    the
j ovei nmeni    would    .rant
: or about 1 10	
ent, ll  appears, while
a grant, wi    desirous
fi      th"   engim erin i
tted to the govei nnient
1 . was   nol   done,     bu!
���  engim 1 r, on looking
[ plans   which    bad    alread
1 ���        ouncll, iepor
���   i an interview today launched a strong
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llv hockey team of the woi Id he-
_^_MT,.~ ,,.,, ,   "is annual report, and ber appearance
out  in  Alherta, where Hav   Millai   and ^Lmm
        ...... ., on   the  plattorm  was
Fred  N\ hitc.roft  hail   from, there  are  enthusiasm
seven  Banford  brothers  who have a'
Tula. Russia, Nov. IB.���Count Tolstoi is suffering trom bronchi'is and
owing  to a  high  fever is in aa ex-
��� I      .'.'-ai.   rendition.     A   im    ���������-. ���
from his daughter Alexandra, who is
nursing him al Astapova, giving tbi
Information, adds that physicians sa\
mediate danger threaten i.
Tolstoi  suffere I  from  a severe  attack  of  bronchitis  in  the   winter ot'
]���  and as a nsult was Busceptibl
to the ills' ase again when he exposed
i        elf  to a long journey  in  the colli
���and rain.
Tlie  hoine of the stationmaster *t
i Astapova is quite comfortable and the
patient is receiving skillful  attention
at the hands of Dr. Makovetsky and
I another physician, in addition to Ukv
care of his daughter.
Tolstoi's Troubles.
According  to  the  diagnosis  erf the
physicians,  Tolstoi  Is Battering  from
B catarrhal inflammation of the lower
lobe of the left lung.   His heat action
Is good.    The maximum temperature
today was 102, falling at  time- to !)!'.
which is practically normal, pulse 10i.
dropping to HO, respiration fair.   The
physicians add that expectoration ani
diuresis  are   sufficient  and  that   thi
patient has enjoyed tranquil sleep, be
In  .nod spirits and resting quietly.
Countess Follows Husband.
Countess  Tolstoi,    after    the  rflst
shock cau ed by her husbands aban-
������ - 3.    i���     tt.-r.-L*    r>\*\'      Hn��,.i
tor
(Mi> Cle,U and  lt may be thai
nipeg in connection with the Question ��� nates tmaa*��*a*���^^���������������������������-_- adn.issio.i.
,    of Bocial vice t    I    found in any city  Duncan stated yesterday thai  he  iad wV'nnwV'ions Ul%e   SM
.��i1h^^Tab^hee^re"ta|been lnfor-med t] me"    ^According   to   an   Edmonton   de,-
- ���  - .1... ,*mr.* nf mavor. but  lie did  patch,  the   HaufordB  have  established
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1 ������ eeting ot the ooum 11
e'd.al   Ladner  on   Thnrsda.y
:������ :.' ' t be whole matter and
���tti ' tmd a  solution  for the dif
t.
THOUSANDS   CIRCULATE    WHEN
PAY   DAY    COMES   TO    TOWN
as a preface Rev. Dr. J. G. Shearer in.
Interview todaj launched a strong run f"r "Ie ��mce of "ia>"'- ,,m he��w p"cu'/": ^7;
1  j- .        .              '.  .t         11         ..���   ���        nni   hi��  *kt.��� iiw.v   vvnuia  i.o a  good   ieputatUrn  for  theii,sel\es   as
,en. agatns, the ptiHce official               u  ***, tttej would ^           ��        ^        ^^ i.,ulUl>
ol  thj   pi  tne ei,:      He detailed c         A woman walked into the city fell d w^ u      h th     .,.��� a couple 0d
oumttances which  he believed  to    ���     ���..-..��� dav and applied to be put thousand   miles  apart,  a   match   bo-,
stronglj' sug^esUve ���i  ���-,n.   No,    :������        ���                               h       ,     wouM t          ^  Ul^0,.a    and the  S4���ifs
...U,,,,- 01 Ms nomi^ ai        ���    e| *% ^ .       ��            u             Alderman mav yet be booked         '            ^         '
Importance of Dominion Will Be Rec
ognized at Next Year's Function.���
ted   a.reas
certain   class
-'
bmlth
women was the tact that they offered i
read]    markel   for^the   whiteslave
trade.    He gave instances of this. Dr.
Shearer said:    "Two years ago they
bad no vice district in the city of Whins  nipeg. one year ago they bad  twe: ��� ,
When thousands of   nine houses in a restricted area   Now
Circulation   they have fifty-three houses with |   oh-
ably L'aii inmates    Every one ol these
the  terms  of   law-
Seats   Already   Selling.
l.indon.  Nov.    15.���King    George's
Coronation  and  tlie  Imperial  Confer-
follow it are eviden'-
was
big
.,,���,     -la���Yesterday
���    Nanaimo.   the  one
'.itl^^^_
i. . pul     Into
throuf    I ���   medium of  wages   paia       ���.���,,_���,  ���������. 	
K      .. the Weetern Fuel coin- ty ��� n    ��� ^   permitted
pany.  Pacific    Coast    Coal    company  ot   < am, ^  ^     ^.^   ^
ules and  regulations are established
under
Limber Oo., Onion
,,,,.,   U,,,A bu8ln��M ?n1���B"b��^ 'nere'are some of   them.
���i   Thev must  not make noise enough
 ��  IM "H>ove n:'" ��p' JSct Sention on the street. Tl
.    were paid yesterdaj wages ��   ��� ^^  w)iiu,  femaie  Coo���
butii    during the month ol Octooer, uj _q)   .o]Jci( ,-,.������, windows|
,tti reaching tbe largest  figure '.s     A11 of thftse regulation*
 ���   of the el.v       No less M "����������,   from Ume to time vio-
tban 152:   paj  ehequea were   issued are< ne of theee criminal dena
-i ,,,   the  W.  V.  Co.,  carrying aw��. ���     *mQ{l liquor dive.    Ketnark-
ol  J130.000, the  next  largest v��� ��� ��� inmates receive sum
intiividiml   benefactor   being   the   Pa- *"IL  lu \-
cific Coal company, owners nnd opei
aounced some ti ne ag     ^
I ������take another crack at it.
adopting.  "Mum's  the  word
motto.
that be would  piesent, but   in  case a  match  Bhould
are also  be sisned. there would be little diltl-
as their   culty in rounding up the famous combination.
m. 1
. VEXPF.CTS CENSUS TU SHOW   MAN PHYSSCA11Y PERFECT
POPULATION OF 8,000,000     DIES OF HEART DISEASE
E. s.
MacPhail   Figures  That   Domin-   Fo
,rmer World-s Amateur Strong Man,
ttprs ol the mines at South Wellington. ��� esterday paid Its env
ployees through a local bank the sum
of S::. ��������� Other firms followed with
ti tab.,  for instance the Lady-
bi ��� u a., i company with .10,000,
the Van iver-Nanalmo Conl C<v, with
yy-       a Fhe  i'nion  Brewing   com-
i - 	
1 bi        ivi   mentlone 1 are. however,
"ot thi   i nl\   ones  that   pa>   out  thou-
dollai -t  to wage- earners  In
dm ing ,tbe  month,  for one
isi   employers  of laboi   In
i at the iiresimi ti"-e is tbe
r ell   which directly and Indirect-
1 h  contractors,  pays  oul   a
tlpend oi not less than **':'--
.������Mount  being  expended oa
' works,  such   lis  sewerage,   pel*
i walkn, concrete i******* "' N"   '
'���        ���'���   and   other    public  Improve-
i. i.
monses regularly each quarter from
the provincial license authorities.
They come before the provincial magistrate and pay over J100 and costs.
Then they are not disturbed for another three months. These dives sell
liquor twenty-four hours a day. seven
days a week and as the price Of bein.
permitted so to do. each house phys
j $imi a year. This money therefore
I must   co Into the  provincial  treasury
or into some grafter's pocket,     it is
generally believed that the whole
|Criminal  husiness is founded on  graft
bin   niituralh   any  man il_  *"
name the grafters."
ion Now Has 50 Per Cent More
People   Than   In   1901.      *
Once   Famous Throughout   America,  Drops  Dead.
KflTlCO   .\T [(MNffiflNJdoiuEeat ot his ,,nmo am1 tamny, dte.
played astonishing energy this morning and insisted upon being taken to
the  count.    Accompanied  by  he*  son
and  Count  Vladimir Tchevtkoff. who
formerly  was Tolstoi's representative
In   England,  Bhe  proceeded  to  AAto
pove by Bpeclal train.
The  Illness  of the author brought
about  the reconciliation between  tbe
countess  and   Tchertkoff,   whose  embittered   feelings  in    recent    months
have  caused   Tolstoi   much    anguish.
Count   Tebeitkolf   was   summoned   bj
telegraph   to  Vasnaya  Poliana,  where
he joined the countess and bo:- sons.
Tolstoi   himself  in   a   letter   bad  expressed  a    desire    for    Tcherlkoff's
presence.
Caus;  of  Estrangement.
The diffei ence betw een the eountose
and   Tche t' off   arose  over   Tolstoi's
literary   legacy.    Tchertkoff  had collected a large quantity of unpublished   material,  copies  of   Hadji   Marat.
Tolstoi's latest work, as well as various documents which be had been forwarding for safe keeping in L'.mdon.
I     These he intended to offer for free
said  an    informant
is said, has intimated bis intention
of according to representatives fro n
overseas much more prominent positions at tlie function than has been
the rule in the past. Already the
greater number of repiesentative people than has ever assembled before.
King George is known to take a great
interest in the Dominion, following
ttith almost as close attention as he
gives to purely Knglis'.i affairs all
the  events   which  take  place  in  the
1'ominion. I	
""It   is   likelv,"   said   an     informant;     '.''"'"' , ,*_*,._._ a
i publication   in   pursuance  of   the  au-
who is in a position to speak author-   ..     ,       , , _..   _ _ , . .
, . tbors wishes.    The Countess Tolstoi..
tatively,   'that  Canada's  place in the   ...... ..     ��__���_.   _      . ,
^m*******a*******^^^*******^******\\^a^^m-. In behalf ol  the In-
revelation   to
Coronation   will   be a   revelation   to    . .. ,     .
. ,    , . ,.,       sisting   that   Tolstoi  procure  a   copy-
Washington.   Nov.   ir,.-Conten,plut-      Lynn.    Mass..    ������,.      ....    .......     ,   ��~re,  and  this prominent  position ^   ^   _^      bUca,lous   m
o of this gov- Orrln  Breed   of this city     tomerly,commensurate With her greatness will | return8 [rQmM ^m ^
Uaniplon stiong man.   |K    given   on   the   initiative of King *******a********^********\****\*a^a*a
r
Mass.,    Nov.
GOING DOWN
���  ���...v....���-       Lynn,
5SSSStinlSSSU with iu -jg
ZZ the Canadian ^"g^X
B6nt  to Washington  E. ����� . "'
,,   the   census   bureau   ol   l an...i...
    ^ nrrudXtloomcSX
lestltates to , census bureau,   T<!��0   two days.
bTrlVarPh\Tstli tbat the    MJ
��"8-  "'  b6  ^nn'ofaboutJoOO.nOO.
ahow n population ol anoui
��S would be an Increase o, .. ����.
noo, or ftout 50 per . tnt, i-'  tue
figures of 1001
llui  a  leading    Methodist     fcpiscopa   George
lavman,  dropped  dead    trom    heart      	
disease  to.lay. _      , _��� ov I,.,   fa].  as  Canada   is  concerned���not
One of the most Important phases
the large family, instead of filling tfc��
pockets of the publishers.
three-years ago ^.Breed^asjx-,as ^-^ ^ ^ ^ tgg ^ ^
SOJTH
Can p,
IS    PROSPEROUS.
In
$42,000  for    Automobile*
the  South  Country.
, ��ary.   Nov.   16.     II.    L.    Downey
���i'"1 frank Harris have just returned
1 -iness trip through the south
co,l!'' embracing the dtstrtd bd-
''*':��� Pincher Creek and Medicine
Hal
���  i
having
motor
secure
Cest of  Beef and  Pork  Is Lowered in
Washington.
Washington,  Nov   L6    The   reduction of neat  prices reported in various  parts of the country,  has struck
Washington,
In the wholesale dls'rict the price
of beef was reported i educed between
lour and flve cents a pound by the
packers     The pi ice    of    pork  went
down   about   three   cent:,     Hope   was   ^^ ����[."^
1 eld   oul   that   mutton   and   veal   and
other  products  of  the  packing  houses
would  follow  In  the downward  move-
I ment.
I    Retailers  In   Washington  have not
heard of the decrease offle
as to the pi ice rf pork.
'' h as
aniineil  by   Dr.   Sargent
and   pronounced     perfect     so   far  as' ,.i���ie ^.i,
physical proportions were concerned.]
Mr. Breed was at years old. As a
young man he became famous for hi;;
extraordinary Btrength and travelled
throughout the country giving exhibitions of muscular prowess, meeting
strong men everywhere and never
ence being defeated,
h it recognizes���will be the
attendance of representatives from
the newly created Canadian navy
Su ll   a   tangible token  of    Canada's
No   Reciprocity  Treaty  Likely.
London,   Nov.   15.���At  a  dinner  of
the   Liberal   I'nion  Club  here  today,
Donald  MacMastef, K. C. presiding;
^  said with regard to the projected re-
growth as well as participation In the i,'i'r';'l!,>.' **_*? between Canad! ami'
.... ! the   United   States  that   be
burdens ol   Empire    can  not escape
Penitentiary for  Policemen.
Prince  Albeit   Nov.    16.���Sergeant
Vo'intford.   of   the   R,   X.   \V.
was  today   sentenced   to   three
Imprisonment    for ^^^^^^^*^^^
from the proceeds of a Dominion gov
M    P.,
;. ears
money
Street Cars for Brandon.
Brandon, Nov. lf>.���A Vancouver
syndicate will apply at the next meeting of the city council for a franchise
ior a street car service ln this city.
A petition to back up the request is
being circulated and largely  signed.
the   attention   of or fail to i oinl a
b oral   to  armed   Kuropo.
At previous Coronations there has
been not a little friction because of
the jos.tio.   accorded    to    Canadian
loprose'dtatives;    the    English author-
ItleB  did  not  seem to  recognize  ihe
viiue.l offer two recent visits t i Canada and a (lose study of the question'
that treaty   would   not become   fait
accompli.
gelling  '"day  as
hit
lifllv event
Beef   wa>
ever.
De
ENGAGED,
ancl
Aviator, to
reporl n very successful tour
��� overed some BOO hli es by
md were fortunate enough to
$42,000 wortl'i of business,
*nl h noes very elo(|uenlly to sho>v
jlal Has distrlcl. which was reported
'" have suffere I mos* severely from
! I;ess of the late summer, is
11        nre nourishing financial   post'
an mos', people supposed.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,, t Interesting part of Messrs. I    N���',. rnmto  toque's ie te��edp?
iml Downey'* acocftmt   is  the ,rP!V Jn   avhior    to Miss Oraee
^''���i. increased urea ot winter wheat   the Frencn    ���    ;���,������,���.,  .'nnghter m
'" "iHlvatlon   in   those  districts,  con-   MaceT/le.  the  younj  ^
.!'   ''   a .'stinntes  placing  them   at Wl Mam
"l0��8anda of acres In increase of last
���nl"'n  The fall rains wore very ben
S,0w Response in Winnipeg.
A-  ���mSlZ IT���* collections
IffSS^'Wi    oul/   tocreasedto
MDl.OOO by this evening.
A Mean Trick,
i    Seattle.   Nov.    lB.-Joe    Coverston
twenty-three years of age, formerly-of
Vancouver,   is   wanted   by   the  police
of this city for stealing |B0 entrusted
to him to bail out a friend by ,^     '"; |here
Montgomery,  a  negro.    Covnston  is
believed  to have left    tbe    cits  on
( Monday.
Will  Annex  Vast Aresr.
-���  Melbourne, Nov. 15.���The vast arete
  in the north of Australia little known'
lli,s    (till    1101   SUCH   iv   ������������_��� . , ... ,,,
.    ... , ,      .   ,  .     to white men will be taken over next
principle that states ten delegated to yeW hy ,���_ Commonwealt'h govern-
atteud the function were of e^ual merit from its former owneis���tlie
importance of the Knipire as tliose state of South Australia. The annexa-
who Bit at Westminster. All this"��� bill led to lively debates In par.
is to be changed. Legislators from
overseas  will  rank  equal   with  those
Canadians    who    are   on   the    ^^_^m^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^^^^^^^^
Dublin,   Nov.   15.���The   Municipal
[lament.
Favors Irish-Canadian Line.
I
t . isrps,    Count        ^^^^^^^^^^
Wed Grace Mackenrl*.
PW   York.   Nov.   IB-The  engage
Steamer Wolverine Reported to     9
Have Foundered in Lake Winnipeg
Selkirk,   Man.,   Nov    ir-^om   in-  ^ ��f that"Is the&����$��*
��J^j��3��^S^ Sll"s as &����
heir being    taken out by
visiting  list   of   vice-royalty    will   bo   povroration has passed unanimously a
treated as if they had been received   resoiution approving of#th�� P���P��fhf
. ���,       ���.* nar'lamentarv bill  to    facilitate    the
,u the Biitish court. ^Hbltehment of    an    Irlsb-Canadian
EnoWOUS prices are  being offered   "tjmisnme ^^^  Qa
wealthv Canadians and Americans  �������n1 ,?���.
by	
for houses in London during the
festivities. Prices have greatly Increased over those which prevailed at
the last    Coronation;   houses    which
and Halifax.
Mi'lnl
ami
ir,.:
e.
tlio
to   winter   wheat    cultivation
"  lessons   I aught   by   last   sum
"ight have iiia1eiiall> ItttproV
fnrmln
��� '\y,
ng
province.
methods   everywhere
Baptist Convention  Concludes.-
Winnipe-r,  Nov.   15.���The    Western
tne iasi    lum,���   ���������- .    Canada    Baptists'      convention    was
were obtained for $10.mi0 for the sea-  hrolIKht to a close here ��m��'-    "���*��;
Z[ ftt  the  Coronation   cf  King   Rd-   Estabrook was elected si.pe. Inten lent
the disaster    to the
brought   here  by  an
ward VII. can not to) rented now for
twice that sum. Most of the big
hotels have been considerably booked
up by transatlantic visitors while on
their holidays this summer.
for British Columbia, and Miss K.
Cross of Vancouver, was elected vlc-e
president of the Women's Union. It
was decided to meet next year W
Vancouver. The nan of $82,000 was*
appropriated for nOwfonary work.
I iff
hit!
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.
NOVEMBER 16_
11
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
.VAXTKb���. MAKT MAN AS SOLICI-
tor. Apply Ftoyal City Dye Works,
Columbia at.
WANTED���A WAITRESS AT UOV-
AL City Hotel; elderly person pe-
earned, tl
Cd&lfclii
_JOb**KSB*^**^kw**
VIRGINIA HARNED
TENDERS    LET.
By
WANTED���A FIRST CLASS FUR-
N1SHED room, with or without
board. Apply Bos 81, Dai'.y .News
Offlce.
TEAMSTER WANTED
wagon. Apply Jami .s
han, Front St.
TO
and
DRIVE
MeClug-
WANTED���ALL KINDS OF SKIN'S
tanned, lined and mounted. Satisfaction guaranteed. D. S. Cameron,
2'A  Fourth St.    Phone RB27.
IVANTED���BY   AN
dressmaker, sewing
areas Box K., Daily
EXPERIENCED
by thc day. Ad-
News Ofiice.
TENDERS.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for
rails''  will be received at  this offlce
until noon on Thursday, November 17,
1910, i'oi  the purchase of fifteen (16)
tons of 40-j:ound steel rails. Tenderers
to quote prices per ton.   These mils
[may   be   Inspected   ;it   the   Dominion
government  wharf,    Customs    House
square, New Westminster, B, C.
G. A. KEEFER,
Distrlcl Engineer,
1 e] artrcenl  of  Public  Works.
New  Westminster,  li.  C,
Nov< mber 9, 1910.
Newspapers Inserting fiis advertl
ment  without authority from the
partment will not be paid for it.
de*
WANTED���BY A YOUNG SCOTCH-
n.aii a position on a ranch. Apply
Bos   10  Dally  News Ofiice.
WANTED���A CHILDREN'S NURSE
for four months. Apply Mrs. Dr.
..lours, 48 Koyal aven ie.
WANTED ��� SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of Xew Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
FOR  SALE.
IFOR SAL E ��� MODERN 7-ROOM
bungalow on ith st: Immediate possession. Price $400, easy terms.
Apply National  Finance Co. Ltd.
FOU SALE���TWO LOTS ON TT11
avenue, West End; slashed, price
$(',50 each. Apply National Finance
Co. Ltd.	
FOR SALE��� 10 ACRES ON SEC. 34,
block fi, X. H. 2 W; price $400 per
acre; quick sale. Apply National
Finance Co. Ltd.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
��� iiree rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
FOR S.\LE���OX EASY TEKMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 270. City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWXER.
.-?��vcn room modern house on Fourth
^streel. Apply on premises for particulars, or r>12 Fourth street, Xew
"Westminster, B. C.
POR SALK���AT VIDAL'S WARE-
tiouse, case of beautiful stuffed
.birds, ?2dU.
COUNTERS FOR SALE AT VIDAL'S
warehouse, 15 and 20 feet Ions, solid
:t for* top���must be sold. Make us
an offer.
NAVAL   SERVICE   OF  CANADA.
Notice   Concerning   Tenders   for    Victuals   for  the   Naval   Service.
SEALED TENDERS addiessed to
the undersigned, endorse.1 "Tenders
for Victuals" and accompanied by a
certified cheque for 10 per cent cf
the amounl of the tender, wlll ho received up till noon on Wednesday,
��� November 30, at the Department
,the Naval Service, Ottawa, for the
supply of the following commodities,
to be delivered at the Naval Dock-
yards ai Halifax, X. |3, ***.** Esquj,-
malt, B. C, Beans, (haricot) Chocolate, Flour, Jam, Marmalade, Meat,
preserved (Corned Beef, Mutton.
Brawn), Milk, condensed, Mustard,
Oatmeal, Marrowfat Peas, Split Peas,
Pepper, Salt, Suet, Sugar, Vinegar,
Tea, Coffee, Rice and Raisins,
The  period  of  contract   to  he   for
one year from December 1st, 1910
Forms of tender may be bad   from
the  undersigned.
Unautho: lzed   publication   of   this
Notice will not be paid for.
G.  J.  DESBARATS.
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of  the  Xaval   Service,
Ottawa,  October  25th,  1010.
NAVAL  SERVICE  OF  CANADA
Few actresses who have reached
tlie pinnacle of success have done so
with such ease and surety as Virginia
Harned, who is starring this season
in 1 er latest successful play "Tlie
Woman lie Married," which will be at
the 0| era house tonigut.
Ii is only a few years since Mias
Earned entered Xew York, unheralded and unsung, as "Trilby" in the
I lay of the same name. She remained a year at the Garden i heat re. and
then commenced her successful touts
i with E. II. Southern as "Ophelia" to
Mr. Southern's "Hamlet;" "Julie" in
"An Enemy to the King," "Pauline''
in "The Lady of Lyons," "Ursula" In
Anthony Hope's "The Adventures of
Lady Ursula" and in other characters.
Later she started singly in Sardou's
"Splritsme," "Iris," "Alice of Old Vln-
cenncs" ;jid "Camille," in the latter,
according to the critics being the
greatest speaking "Camille" of her
generation.
In her present vehicle Miss Harned
bas far outshone her previous successes, for it has offered her a breadth
of treatment that she has not been
slow to take advantage of. The play
gives Miss Harned exceptional opportunities to exhibit ber talents in a
new and totally unexpected direction,
Thc story concerns Jack Harding, son
of of a rich merchant, who, in bis
father's absence, marries a show girl.
Cul off without any funds the boy,
who is WriiiuB << P'&.i 'i'11'^ he Will he
[compelled to drop this work to earn
his bread and butter, ln the meantime his actress-model-wife poses secretly for an artist to help her bus-
baud, and mi the night of the play's
first presentation and the author's
triumph, Harding learns bis wife has
been posing for the art isi! and suspects the worst. How the wife wins
back her husband rounds out a splendidly gripping drama that gives Miss
Harned full I lay with her superb acting.
Throughout "The Woman Ile Married" is declared to he one of the
most remarkable pieces of stanc writing that has yet heen seen, and holds
j within itself every possible requirement for one of the most truthful, intense dramas that has been staged in
recent years.
Burnaby  Sidewalks Will   Be  Laid
Different   Contractors.
At an adjourned meeting of Burnaby Municipal council, held in the
.Municipal Hall at Kdmonds on Monday evening, contracts for the laying Of various plank sidewalks
throughout the municipality were
awarded as follows: Messrs. .1. 11.
Harvlng and J. Harving, North road.
Hamilton road, Douglas road, Cumberland road, Third avenue, sixth
street. Koyal dak rod, Vancouver
road from Boundary to Murchie, Gul-
Hotel, situated corner    of    Customs
House   Square   and   Columbia    street,
In the said   City of Xew Westminster
E. FALCH.
New Westminster, Nov. 15, 1010.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.
Slttlni
I
tend  to apply  a|   the next
the   Licensing   Board  I
New Westminster for
renewal of licensi   to sell ������
n.aii on the preml , I
Cosmopolitan  Hotel, il
lumbia  street, oppo   ,,. ,���'   p��n ('��J
pot, In the said citj ol '.. ���'.��� ���'.���    ''"-I
NOTICE is hereby given thai 1
tend Lo apply at Ihe next silling
the Licensing Board tor the City
Xew Westminster for a renewal
License to sell liquor by
premises known as the
situated   on   corner   of
in-
of
of
 H
retail on the
Depot  Hotel,
Columbia  and
stoi
Xew
ion road,
Moscrop road, Mara road,|Eighth  streets,  in  the  said    City  of
J. D     ���
Westminster, Nov,
lunlnil
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APP[.|CAT|
ON.
NOTICE is l���
Tenth avenue, Booth Btreet; Messrs.
Cederberg & Campbell, fifteen chains
on Cameron street; S. Lugstin, Edmonds street, West road, and Vancouver road from Edmonds to city limits;
Joseph David, Keefer road. Smith
avenue and dray road, and W. C.
Black, Houndary road from boundary
to   Capital   Hill   Street.       Prices   to   be
paid are 2 cents a foot tor three-fool
planks, and 1 cents for four-foot
planks, lt was decided to lay plank
sidewalks on Paterson road from
River toad north fifteen (hains. and
Polo Line roa l from Burnaby lake to
the postofflce, and it was referred to
the hoard of works to call for ti n-
ders for this work.
An alteration In thc method of pay-
'ment for contracts was Agreed to, by
w-hich contractors will be paid 76 per
cent of t he v oi k done, based on the
engineer's estimate, instead of 50 per
cent as formerly.
Xew  Westminster.
Xew Westminster, Nov. l
.1. WISE,
i, 1910.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.
NOTICE is hereby given that I in-! New
 lerc!i\     ;
tend   to   apply   a|   th, '. ,' H
the   Licensing   I. "I
New  Westminster foi ,*..,,'.,  'J
license to sell liquors b retail or ��� I
premises   kn iwn   ,<      | ,      ,,       "9|
Hotel,  situate  at   Use  coiner of CoJ
  bi u,J
M'i
KE1 il       ellly
Westminster, No
umbia   .and   McNeely   streets
said   City Of  New   West
********************** ���������**����� *****************>*>*i,*t)^^t
1    FOR   QUICK
::
80 Acres Water Front Property, two ami
one half
miles cast from PORT MANN.    2620 fcot  (';.,nting
on Fraser River.    A verv choice trnct at
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.
t  snap.    Price and terms given on application t"Jjie
NOTICE is hereby given thai 1 intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Hoard lor the City of
New Westminster tor a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises   known  as   the   Koyal     City
Movius Land and Loan Co.
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A.
.:�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO
let���Furnished room, Conner Agnes and Seventh streets.
Notice      Concerning      Tenders      for
Clothing and  Kit for the Seamen
Of   the   Naval   Service.
SEALED  TENDERS  addressed  to |
the    undersigned,  endorsed  "Tenders
for Clothing and Kit" accompanied by i
sani] les and a certified cheque for 10
per cent of the amount of the tender,
will he received up till noon on Wednesday.   November   30,   1910,   for   the!
following contracts:
1.   For  the supply  of���Hoots, Uniform Badges and Buttons, Underwear, i
Sicks.   Stockings.   Jerseys,   Comforters. Oholera   Belts,   Leggings,   White
| Shirts,     f'oUars,    Towels,    Blankets,
Beds. ?Bed   Courts,   Knife   Laflyards.
Brushes   (Tooth,   Hftir,  Clothes    it:.**
Boot), Combs (hornI.
I     2.    Iflue   serge,   Duck,   Jfr'an.-   Drill,
j Flannel and shirting in tb# ptec&-
3.   For the making un of th# (ottefiling garments���Tunics, Serge Jumpers
I (with and without cuffs), Duck Junri|>
Trousers,   (Duck,    Serge    Cloth) j
NOTICE.
On and after October 1, 1010, we
the undersigned, will sell coal for
cash only, either with the order or on
delivery.
GILLEY BROS., LTD.
JOSEPH MAYEKS,
BELYEA & CO.
New Westminster. Sot*- -4.
ers,
Overcoats,   Monkey   Jackets,    Shirts,
    Flannel Undervests, Seamen's Collars,
FURNISHED HED ROOMS TO KENT, i Caps'   fr0 U..d  a"d   P***?. _!  ��a?  P��V'
"ioolv 718 Trp��. ,t.����' |ers'  Overalls.  (Combination Suits).
; j     The   feriod   of
KOOM TO RENT-���A comfortable fur-,one year from
nished   bedroom   suitable   for   two! Articles  in   Schedules   1   and    2  and
Applv at 233 8th St.        from January 1st, 1911 for Articles
 ! Schedule 3.
NICELY    FURNISHED
. entlemen.
cont act  to   be  for
December 1st, 1910 for
:n
TO    RENT    ^^^^^^
room  suitable  for two.
business section.    Apply
���troflt
AP-
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS
ply   upstairs Trapp   block,   corner!
V       	
'ENT
FURNISHED     BED-
03   Third  avenue.    Apply
tn. or between 9 a. m. and
Room  14. 623
,    Forms of tender may be had from
Handy  to the undersigned.
129 Tenth i    Unauthorized    publication    of   this
Notice will not be paid for.
G. J.  DESBARATS,
I Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of  the  Naval   Service,
Ottawa, October 25th, 1910.
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Weak Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at o:50, 2:56. T.20 and S:0C
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
.until  li:30  p.m.
Cars .leave New Westminster for Van
couvt.' at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 anc
8:00 a.m ��� aQd every half hour then
after until   U:0�� om-
8-jnd.y  Schedule.
Car.. ]��avp Vancou**. " r<)r New West*
mln'ter at 8:00 and ,n'no am' and
every    half    hour    tbere* ,ter   unt"
If You Want To Meet
CITY
l-**>t      Rt,
'LOST.
ftarfe m%.   ******
eery ���totei*,?'^**  ******
/.!* SATrk,.,.;y "
 " 9n  Rot..
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Columbia j ,       ,  ,     " _"_���_���, !
Local  Improvement Notice.
'    The Municipal Council of the   Cor-1
'��� poration  of  the  City  of New   Westminster having by  resolution   deter-!
mined and specified that lt Is dosira- j
ptn k'e *�� carry out the following works, I
^i:s  that is to say:
To construct cement eoncreU side-'
walks, paved roadway, boulevards,'
and   storm   sowers   on   ~"
11:30 p.m. x
Cars leave NVtv  ,T<>*tmfnster t'iT v
couver at 5:On a.m.. an.1 r>v��ry ha'*
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne Line.
Cars   leave   Now   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 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.  J.  Stewart, Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
A FD
K
!END
Go To
Phone 688
Denary & Galloway
REL* ^BLE HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth Street, New Westminster
ARF
'ORT
for
;*�����    Kindlv
���nmbla
ward.
4 C/j
"��et
iea��s
wot-
Cf
^OST-BLACl
Waterp.oof, ber��,
�������J Ceorw   rtween
���sniin,
ftunlL
Bant . t _��
''""'���"Kv*;
Blackie    ���
DaH
>!'���
Fiai*r Please
Baptist
Kind-
'"' sro- ^^_^_^__^__^^_
jauu   storm  sowers   on   Third    Stieet
_  from Royal Avenue to Sixth Avenue.
_^      i,      And   that  the.said   work   shall   be
.Hjrtli-      carried   out   in   accordance   with   the
<J_M>i     "ovisions   Of   the    "Local   Improve-
fe'lLm   'l Ceneral Dy-law  1909."
wy   *,nJ U)o City Engineer and City As-
1 seizor .L'ivlns reported to the Coun-
in accorn��.nro  with the provisions
sail   by-law    upon   the    said
'vln.   statements showing the
stimated   to   be  chargeable
arlous  portions of renl
benefited by the s :id
and the'
<ud City   Bngl-1
8:17
10:30
1,
tU*i
blaejj
n'4iiy
New W. sfr. ���'
Yancouver BhatrJai��eB
������	
, of   t    "���
works  t,
amounts c
against de
"operty to be       ,    ,.    ,   ,.
���s and otber j 'Vtlculafl,
'>> sports  of  the
[rf .
Great  Northern  Railway,
Leaves     New     Westminster
a.m. arrives Seattle 3: OS'p. m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
a.m.:   arrives Seattle 3:15 p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p.m.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
L*��aves   Seattle  8:05  a.m.:   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m
Xew Westminster 6:25 p.m.
Leaves   Seattle  4:35   p.m.
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leavns Seattle 11:45 p.m.
Xew Westminster 6:30 a.m.
arrives
arrives
arrives
���of
���r. intends to
mrchaae
Sands:
Od
ir La"d District.      \'-\,p H"'
*PI��J for penmsjC^ at  ,, >*���<���' >ts ,
_.    >rnr"encin(v .nl, ' ai���J t'��'""i/.|a_
the
'" waHUnMur _�����    corned "*;<*��*   ^rut*?!*,***
Hon,     k���      .,���.0,ner    0��   **��       at *D��ve monn      t;'e     n.
then
CO
SP&Sg-- more or u
'hains m���..! 0r ,ess,
hslnB
more
or less,
"������us, more or nT"' t,lence
,,c|��s. more " !?.���<  "
���emp.
nor
_^*o or
tflence ao
City  Assessor   *'av,',8 *>��en j G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
��� the Council. I    Leaves New Westminster daily, ex-
hereby     .iven   t'.n *���   thtf ������apt   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
-e open  for inspection I station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port
the city assessor, c.'ty iGuichon 6:30 p.m. .
eet, New Westmln!    Leaves   Poit   Gulchon    8:00   a.m.'
'   unless   a   peti-', daily, except Sunday; arrives at New'
iposed    worka! Westminster bridge passer.ger station
hv a majo.-!10:2�� a.m.        	
' or reatj
'     JC"
<*3
laingl	
f^tteacemeat.'
��r less
th, Volerty V'T'n*"-*  of **" ft
to  f     Jn  vtfMeTJpwenih
S0lat least
"th 80  P*senfP,|
enc�� ��West 401teen daj-    	
SNoK      t0    *h��     mt09    f*l
sticli
JH* FwWD��^2o, {iiJcol
of m*
ti*
���01 c.
Ii      1
ftf.jbt,,
flr,t/rwo,t.
j >v,     ',,n- / Su��da^
Oi   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas  6:00   a.m;   arrives
'���*_e passenger station,  New West-
r,   10:20   a.m.   dally   execept
"ew    Westminster   bridge
'->n 3:50 p. m.;   arrives
'illy except Sunday.
as *v&
'���^sstnent
,   "ame,
'�� for
0*D,
^OVHKB.
u.
t
- ��e3_i_i
You Will Save Mont V By Buying Jewelery At
T. GIFFORD'S
THE  JEWEL/ ER
He is forced to vacate his present premises, and
is offering his entire stock of Watches, Rifigs,
Clocks, Silverware, Brass Goods, High Class'1
Hand Painted China, Umbrellas, Mar;icure Sets,.
Brush and Comb Sets, Cut Glass, Knives, Forks
and Spoons, and everything that is found in a
first-class Jewelry Store, at prices that will make
the goods move. So now is your chance to
make $1.00 do the work of $2.00	
Shop in the morning and we can give you better attention
Block, Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
I
i
'T PAY8 *> IOVMt,
THE ^W-~**r'��S nf*"*
���,-ivFMBEl
IHE DAILY  NEWS.
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
514,400.000.00!
11,000.000.00;
Branches throughout   Canada    nnd
Newfoundland,  ana  ln  Lond i ,   En
Mand, New York, Chicago and Spokan
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bankl ��� ttanaaci
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Total   Assets  over  $186,000 \   I '
Westminster
Transfer Co-
���fflce 'Pbone  185.      Barn  "Pfcone 111'
Co'.umbli Street.
Raip'^R    MtlS eren    prOmpttj    '��
any part nf th* ettj
light and Heavy Hading
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BUYMNER, Mai t
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THE MORNING TAPER is the only effective
medium for advertising your goods to get
returns on the same day.
The busy housewife intent on buying in the
best market, reads the morning paper and immediately decides to purchase some of the bargains advertised.
Advertise at night and the special articles
you want to sell are forgotten in the morning.
Advevtise in the morning and sales are immediately made. The first thought by the
thrifty buyer is to learn the latest prices; the
latest' prices are published in the morning
paper.
Advantage is taken by rival advertisers to
��r0 one better in the morning paper.   Therefore Merchants, get busy, do a bit of thinking
and advertise in
The  Daily  News
The Leading Newspaper of New Westminster
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
Stylish
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  Now  Sternwhee'er
I S. S. PAYSTREAK ]
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First Class Passenger Accon lmodatior.
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
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THE
Bankofkonto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many'People who have
never before heen in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to,open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
off<jrt to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances ha'f-yearly.   '.".
"'���'siness   Accounts    opened
o^ favorable terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS''$48.000 000
SM\i\ Sipli?.
AND 'EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
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MOREY'S
665��� Colnmbia Street���665
New Westminster, B. C.
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NEW   WESTMINSTE.,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
EGGS I
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Mavte*
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and Fifth  Avenut.
PHONE 270.
For all kinds o!
JOB   PRIINTIINO
Phone  695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   F>re*s&
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near Tbe Dally N'ews Co.. 609 Victoria
Street.
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
Tn connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
- ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
"THE   ROYAL  LINE."
XMAS   SAILINGS.
Vrom Montreal;
"Royal   Edward" Nov.
���Roy. I. Ceo-ge"   'Nov.
From UaRTax:
������Rov.! Edward"  Oee
it-val   George"    tte'e
-novai  Edward"    nee.
And Fortnightly  fuvcattor.
Most Direct  Route to Bristol, Londc
and  the Continent.
Gold Wate'jea Tor Ladles from f 12-/5
Silver Waiches.    gents'    open *��c��'
Sliver  Watches,   gents'  open    case.
17.50 up.
Agent    tor    Waltbam   and     Klg>��
���VatcbiS.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
II
Tickets  ami  Resei    tUqtLS  trom   V..\
Goulet C. V. R. agent oi write to\Vto. j
���������.'���    ..   ������ |   A",-it.   221    Main ;
.Meet. V.'lnnl' i ������
HATT COOK
|The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
557  Front St., New  Westminster.
Phone 550.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up   ...  $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,000,000
Tlie Rank has Blanches ln
Canada extending fl0tu tlie At'
laiitic to the Pacific: In Cuba
Un-QugUout ll�� Island; also In
Porto Itlco, Bahamas. New Yor��
ami  L6ndon, England.
Correspondents In all i':ir'3
of the Globe, thus affording
every RaiiUn.   facility.
New Westminster BrancH.
I..  M.  RICHARDSON. Mana&ftr.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
N6W WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St.
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 3��5.
Office, Front 8t, Foot of Sixth.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P,\vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagloua medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$16 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Punters, Paperhanger*
and Decorators*
Estimates Qhwi.
214 8lxth Street PttonrSST.
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PAGE FOUR
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   NOVEM
CE_
The Daily  Nsws
qpabllabed by Tbe Dally News Publlsn
<n�� Company, Limited, ut theli offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   mid    Victoria
Streets.
����. A.  Paige Managing   Director1
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WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER   16,   1910.
A GREAT RAILWAY CENTRE.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
S LIMITED
The announcement which we were
able to make yesterday, that the
building of the new central depot if
j ho B. C. Klectric Railway company
-will be commenced almost immediately, will be welcome news to the citizens of New Westminster. Not only
���will t!:e new building bo appreciated
-.is a convenience by the thousands
traveling over the various sections of
Ihi- go ahead company's system, but
it will add dignity an 1 grace to our
present splendid main thoroughfare.
Its i resence will also contribute very
materially to the progress of the city.
_\ magnificent central railway depot.
ii!:e this must favorably impress visi-
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  7?.      716-713 COLUMBIA ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
"';'iiir""":'"*"m"'r���LI"""
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SEE OUR ORCHID WINDOW !
ORCHID Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Cold
Cream, Face Cream, Almond Cream
Call and get a Free Sample before they are all gone.
Vjr^*zw>*afm*a*.*fma^a^ -' *%VBL*alX3U**M^*^^
I Ryall's Drug Store j
���        mi toviir     *������*. evee     TCOT-CPl     DV    r!DAr\IIAT!: 4
PHONE  57.
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
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tots with the real significance cf New
Westminster as  an    industrial    am!
traffic  centre, and  coin ince  them  at
���once of the solidity of the basis upon
wliich  the commercial    prosperity of
-our city has been built up.
When the new  Burnaby  Lake-Vancouver    line,   and    the .Millside    an.l
I.ul.i   Island   extensions   of   this   railway system are completed, the:e wi'l
he  eight  important  sections  of  railway converging upon this central de-
j.ot in our city.   N'o other city in Canada can boast such an important net-
work  of electric  railway  communication.    The yards an.l freight sheds to
he erected at South Westminster will
-also  be  cf  Importance  in  advancing
the commercial interests of this city.
There  is certain to be a large turnover  of  merchandise In  this  freight
centre  and  the  company   has  wisely
prepared    accordingly.    Already    the
new  Chilliwack line has met with a
success beyond expectations, and it is
pretty certain that next summer will
see this very largely 1 atronized both
Ijy  passengers and  for freight.    It  is
gratifying to find that the company's
���efforts to provide accommodation  for
.the public are so well supported.
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
The letter of Mr. R. T. Prince,
which we print in another column, Is
inlciesting, if only because it is very
practical and decidedly serious. But
it is a little unfortunate that our correspondent should have taken the jeu
d'esprlt of the writer in the New
York Life so much to heart. We all
fcnow very well that the expert accountant Is a most excellent person
and quite a necessary element in our
modern commercial life. Yet many
will have found, as did the writer of
She article which we printed, that the
*,'ood fellow's Investigations and thc
Jesuits thereof are often a subject
Tor gentle amusement.
NOTICE.
- I
Notice is hereby given that The
'fraser River Tannery, Limited, a body
cor) orate, incorporated under the
"'Biitish Columbia Companies Act,
IM'7.    and    Amending Acts," carrying
���nn business in the District of New
M'Mtmlnnter and Province of British
< cuuuiuia, having applied t'> llis Excellency, the Governor General in
Council for the approval of a certain
Bite for the construction of wharves
on llie southerly shore of the
Praser river, situate on tho
foreshore of blocks "A," "B," and
"C," heing portions of lots seven (7)
nnd  tight  (8), group  two   (2)   in  the
���distiict of New Westminster and province of Biitish Columbia, have de-
rosi'ted  with the Honorable the  Min-
: isler of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
of said wharves which they propose
to construct, together with a description of the full site thereof described
by metes and bounds, and have also
tlenosited a duplicate of each In the
office of the registrar of deeds for
the District of New Westminster, in
which district, the said'works are proposed to 1>e constructed, in accordance
with the requirements of section 1 of
the "Navigable Waters Protection
Act"    chapter    115    of the    Revised
Statutes of Canida, lflOfi.
WHITESIDE & KDMONDS,
,-Solicitors  for  Fraser   River  Tannery,
Limited.
Dated at the City of New Westmin-
��,U>r thiR 27th day nf October.  1910
Wednesday, Nov. 16th
The Distinguished American Actress
Virginia Harned
s> *
*
In Her New Play
" The Woman He Married"
A Domestic Drama of Today by Herbert Bashford
Prices:    $1.50, $1.00, 75c, and 50c
Seats on Sale Tuesday, November l">, at  McKenzle's Pharmacy,
Annual Meeting
-OF THE-
LIBfRAL ASSOCIATION
The annual meeting of the Liberal
Association of New Westminster will
be hefrf1 Ml November 24, at 8 p. m.
at their club, over the News office.
Matters of great importance and of
general interest will come before this
meeting. All Liberals cordially invited.
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CHRISTMAS GOODS :
We  are   dally   opening   up   new goods and are showing the largest ���
line of WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., ever exhibited i.i New Westmiu- *
ster. *
Nov,' is the time to choose that article for an Xmas present. J
We will put goods away for you until you want them. *
Call and examine our stock now, when it is complete. *
Agents for Howard, Ball and  Longine Watches. *
Chamberlin's JEX"re�� 1
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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 ex-
perts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment antl home
building ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout the pr< -
vince as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes ar.d
untarnished reputations back of them.
���   *\i _-_. ���      w
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We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a  home without paj
big profits to others.    You can  select your own location,  design your c
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
���6
own
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 ai Kellington Brothers' office.     There
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottment.
are
1 he Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.   Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,   New Westminster.
Telephone No. 680
Look Up These Snaps
Modern 7-room house In Sapperton,
one block ���rom the ear, on lot 50x180,
close to waterfront and Industries,
$2~t\<i, $600, balance   arranged   over
long period.
Close In lot on 12th street, $650,
$200 cash;  balance in 6, 12 and   is
months.
White,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
Nine choice building lots in the
west end, the coming residential district; $61)0, one-quarter cash; balance
8, IL' and 18 months.
A comfortable 5-roota house on 13th
street, large lot with fruit trees and
chicken house, $1 lm); terms can be
arranged   with  small  cash   paymenl
down.
Shiles & Co.
New Westminster,  B. C.
Tr?  a  Want  Ad.
���Will  btios: results
in the News.     It
NAVAL   SERVICE   OF   CANADA.
Notice   Concerning  Tenders   for   Victuals  for  the   Naval. Service.
SEALED TENDER^ addressed to
the undersigned, endorsed "Tenders
for Victuals" and accompanied hy a
Certified cheque for Ht per cent of
the amount of the tender, will bo received up till noon on Wednesday,
November  30,  at  the  t/cparttrent   of
the   Naval   Service,   Ottawa,   for   the J Notice wlll not he paid for.
supply of the  following'.Commodities, | O. .1   DESBARATS.
to be delivered at the -Naval Dock- Deputy Minister of the Naval Service,
yards at Halifax, N. ��5. and V.n 11:i-1 Departrrent of the Naval Service,
malt,   B.  C,  Deans, 'fhiVlcit.)-fcho-jo- Ottawa, October  25th,  1910.
late, Flour, .Tarn, Marmalade, Meat,
preserved (Corned Reef, Mutton
Brawn), Milk, condensed, Mustard,
Oatmeal, Marrowfat Peas, Split Peas,
Pepper, Salt, Suet, Sugar, Vinegar,
Tea. Coffee, Rice and Raisins.
The period of contract to be for
one year from December 1st, 11U0
Forms of tender may be had from
the undersigned.
Unauthoi lzed   publication   of   this
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eturne,   B. (J.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL    $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
���|| BO CHONG
I MERCHANT TAILOR.
Who 1ms been In the Tailor BuirineSS
In Vancouver for a dumber ol year*!
has opened up a similar business in
this city. Latest, fashions. Suits
made to order. Fit guaranteed. Phone
54. or call at Kwong On Wo BuJldlni.
McQuarrie & Co.
����7 Poltmbta ��tr����t.
FRONT   STREET
New Westminster.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND
DIS- about twenty chains north from    the
southwest  coiner  of    Timber    Lease
I1S7I1!),  Texada   Island,     thence    west
District of New Westminster. eighty chains, thence    south    eighty
TAKE notice that, I, William Robert | chains, thence east eighty chains,
Dick, of Vancouver, R. C, occupation j tlience north eighty chains to point of
real estate dealer, intend to apply for COmmSncement, containing 040 acres
permission to purchase the following  more or less.
R. T. PRINCE
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
and" AUDITOR
Agents for the  HALL SAFE CO.
described lands:
Commencing  at
a    post    planted
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
Vancouver, B, C, September 0, 1010.
OFFICE:      Room   5,   Market
Opposite City Hall
Phone LB78.
block.
p. O. B��x '
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���*_*,! .* (a Ji aY, NOVEMBER   16
1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGK FIVE.
"ID'
IONS Of C.L.A.      B O W LIN G
��^��a��aEiSMa ���M���Bama v-s**sk&^*b*****<*i ���,.'i-*r^:-j^:*^%^^^.-mf-,
eadaches ��� nausea ��� Indigestion���muddy complexion���pimples
bad breath���these are some of the effects of constipation.    The mild, sensible,
reliable remedy
'4
cup;
fltt's Players Invent
Ipstime for Winter-Talk
J| Playing Here.
ned
Mon-
I
lilies
.  ���
j .   i   trom  the  Salmon
worm has now blt-
i.lzation than the
i  Athletics,   and    down
!   ..,.  waters of the  Wei-
iftly tbrough the
men with bare legs
���:.
Id canai
J .;,,,,, are being told I,.
J:    .,���,,; thai they are going on
��� st catln tines team, to be ex-
1       ' QOtlon tbal II can play bet-
,;.���.  than   the   Montreals.  or
, .    ,nals. or the Reginas or the
. or the Vancouvers, and it
oul nexl spring to test Its
���,   they    are    talking
Ryall of the Westminster
,as gol his 'mall twice
| ... , di and lh.' C. I'. u.
| ,, enger boy knows where
I ,ul   as   yet   lie   has   re-
���'     , , age .dt her  hy  post,
��� or wireless.
'.       ,        letlcs have a righl  to
the   Minto  cup,    there
, qui -non. as they   hold  the
:  the C, I.. A., the oration ti: il  Incubates players tor
y   I,   l        Some   ol    lhe   players
lng to  i leas of    amateurism,
.   ffni probably overcome their
|,upies i( they think they  have the
J nee of landing tlie cup.
J- dispatch    from St.
I,. . la  of the   way    things
hishaping:
Catherines,   Nov.   15.���As  a  re-
��� . , ������me   hetween   a   few
1 ,   enthusiasts last night,
!   Si.   Catherines   will
L, | challenge   New   West-
����ter foi the Minto cup, as winners
. nloi C. I.. A- championship,
|t , re eligible.    They  were
���    ,.     le 1  mi'   tn their  li'iiit  in
������,  ��� ��� ;ames this fall.    In the
1      : tl.e nip being  financed  for
|. i|   which   there   appears
j now no difficulty, the team will
,.-.������ ��� ��� ed hy lhe St. Catherines
... v,      | ;ured on  the Toronto
I'l r team during tho past season.
lOBONTO    LACROSSE    TEAM
PLANS   TRIP  TO   ENGLAND
The   newspaper   men   have   plai
greal revenge ou the Hank of
i treal in the mai ter ot bowling The
revenge will take piadfe tonight at the
Front street, alleys, where a great
crowd is expected to see the second
gan .��� hetween the money lenders and
i'i" literature manufacturers,
On the occasion of the last combat
ithe  hankers emerged    wiih
��� nine more pins than t
leapt ure,  hut.  the  said  SCI'lbeS  aie  go-
in.   to  make  up anv little deficiencies
in  thai   line tonight.
In  size,   weight   and age,  Ihe  teams
are  almost   even.      So  meat   is  the
confidence felt hy the members of th-	
fourth estate that there was a rumor. .,
circulated last night that one of them I Mail VV HO   Has
hail   made  a  wager ol   ten  cents  that
his   team   would   win.     The
the  matter are bein
feat-
disc
They contain the latest
. ivered and best evacuant known, which
empties the bowels without the slightest discomfort and without disturbing the rest of the system.   Constantly increased doses are not necessary.
25.u. a box.   If your drureist has nol yet stocked them, send 25c. and we wlll mail them.  25 J
Nation��l Drutj und Chemical Company of Canada
't_______\	
, Limited.
Montreal.
twenty-
he scribes could
WAR CORRESPGNDENT  i
iS T0UR1M6 CANADA
tacts   oi
dark  for
are  heing  kept
of  police  interference.
The   following  is  a  comparison
the two teams:
Bank of Montreal. Age.Welght.Record
Cornwall    23       Ml
Leslie    23 1 r.T
Shannon    23 136
Smith    23 1 |6
Ironsides    23 149
Newspaper .Men.
Sutherland    23 132       200
Besl    (3 142        st
Levy    61 120       187
Turner    38 213         96
Kraser   II 126       299
of
'Jul
216
185
179
171
���esn
War    in    Recent
Visits Winnipeg.
body
horrors of war.
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BOXING    CHAMPIONSHIPS
FOR     1911.
Bantamweight, 116 pounds���
Jimmy   Walsh,  of   Boston.
Featherweight, 122 pounds���
Abe Attell, of San Francisco.
Lightweight, 133 pounds���Ad
Wolgast.   of   Cadillac.   Mich.
Well erweit-lit. 146 pounds���
Dixie  Kid, of Pulton. Mo.
Middleweight, lr.s pounds���
Open io competition.
Heavyweight���Jack Johnson,
of  Galveston,  Texas.
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men in tlie amateur ranks. He played
with Brantford intermediates, run-
nersup for the C, L, A. honors.
Wally   Wood,  of   Woodhridge  inter
mediates,     and
Winnipeg,  Nov.   15.���William  Max-
well, the English   correspondent, v.ho
has bi en in every  war for the   last
quarter of a century, has heen staying in the city for the week end. No-
knows mote than he does of the
He has seen as much
oi  warfare as probably any man living, an.l nobody has ever painted better pen pictures of Omdurman, Khartoum, and the battles in South Africa,
than this little, unassuming hut keen
man   of  ihe   Daily   Mail,   witose  writing on the subject  of war or preparation  for  war are read with the greatest avidity throughout the   whole   of
Great   Britain.    "Ves. 1 have had an
evenifui   career,"   he   remarked    last
night.    "1 went with Kitchener to the
Soudan,   and   was   at   the    battle    of
Omdurman.    1   accompanied   the   advance on to Khartoum.     1 went with
the    Prince    of    Wales,    now    King
George,  on   liis  colonial   tour,  and    1
have heen in every part of the British empire.    This is my second visit
to   Canada,   and   I   see   a  remarkable
contrast today hetween the Canada 1
saw ten years ago.    I went to South
Africa   with   Sir   George   White,   and
was hemmed in at Ladysmith.    When
I got out 1 joined Lord  Roberts, and
was in all of the battles right on to
Pretoria.      I   accompanied   the    German emperor on his pilgrimage to Palestine.    1 was with tlie first Japanese
j army from the battle of the Yalu to
the  battle of the  Shako.    1  saw the
Dainty
For
Afternoon
Tea
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000  Horsepower���220 Feet Long���18>/2 Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VICTORIA  and   SEATTLB,2:00 p. m. Saturdays.
  PRIXCK RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays.
STEWART and QUEEN ( HARLOTTE ISLANDS���S. S Pi ince
Albert leaves Prince Rupert on arrival of S. S. Prince Rupert, for
Stewart, and Tor Queen Charlctee City, Pacofi and Moresbv Island
ports at 10:00 p. ni. Thursdays; and for Port Simpson, Kincolith and
Masset at 10:00 p. m. Mondays days.
Solid     vestibule     trains     of  coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago,   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   Niagara   Falls,   New  York,  Toronto,   Montreal,   Portland,   Boston, etc.    Longest douote track railway
under  one   management  on  the American  continent.
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial  Asrent.
Telephone  7100.    527  Granville Street,   Vancouver.    Telephone  3060.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
&F-****.*'********,
���-
Nov. IB.���If plans now un-
inj nied to a successful
1/ I'nlverstty of Toronto
I Interci lleglate  cham-
notj .,.; Canada, may take a trip to
fcthrit nexl  .lune.
1" v     teatn   have    won    the
hampionship  so  regularly
���    the   Athletics    asso-
I   ns |    .  decided thai if arranga-
V        ��� completed,  tlie   team
be |   en a chance to si rive for
b ����� rid'    Intercollegiate   and ama-
p cha.-::; l n hips    Consequently it
mention of the executive to
IJCencp for  tbe  Mann   Cup   in   'lie
}   . en to go across the pond
Jptontend with the best college aud
���UBtpiir teams in the old land.
Kuager  Reg.  Grundy   is   now   in
Bbcb with  th,.  North   and  Soutli   of
..������mates, and Rem. Manning, ofl foil ()f Port Arthur. Later on I went
Brampton, are two very fast defenceI with Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain on
tielders, while Murray Thompson, of j his South African tour, and I accom-
Moose .law. captain of ihe team, is an panied the late King Kdward on his
exceedingly speedy third defence i visits abroad. I was in Persia when
man. I the hue shah died, and was the only
A. li. Campbell, who was one of thelman to get the news through to Eng-
hest fielders in ihe C. L. A. when he|bmd. 1 made the journey across
played with Newmarket in 1907,' andj Arabia and Asia Minor, following the
Ivan McSloy, who made such a bri!-!Gorman railway from Bagdad back to
liant showing with Si. Catharines last j Constantinople. I was with Kaid Mc-
year, with Frank Hinds, of Orilla,and Lean when he was captured hy the
J. Ooddard, of Gait, should make aa bandits of Morrocco, and I was pres-
fleet-footed tricky a hunch of home j ent at the Turkish revolution, so that
tielders as there are playing me altogether I think 1 can say I have
���ame had an interesting time."
Frank Park, of the world's champion Young Torontos: F. Livingston,
of Hamilton Seniors; Hetherington, of
St. Catharines; Curran, of Moose Jaw  I was
Such  a  record  is  something to  be
proud of, but William Maxwell takes
it as a matter of course.    "If   there ,
war tomorrow,"  he remarked,
,,,. ;,i; .....mi: steads headv players, i ""id I was out of it, I think I should
that would make good on any amateur I weep." Few persons can recount
team in close to the flags on the at- mo��� interesting   experiences.     With
ibis characteristic coolness he will de-
'"liesides these men there is a whole tall the most thrilling happenings,
raft of new material.
First Shipment lo 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
Fill with Jelly or Jam,
and then you have something nice to pass round
25c Per Packet
E. N. Sutherland
H. V. Ardagh
City Property
Two  full  sized  lots on coi ner   with  six   room   house,  on   Thirl
avenue between  Second and Third streets. Price $6,000  Good terms.
Port Mann
IJ  acres  immediately  adjoining the  townsite and  being in  Section  :7,  Block  5,  North   Han. o - west.    Price $900 per acre.
This is the cheapest buy in this district today.
Burnaby
Lot  on  Third  avenue  within one block of car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
HIWWUJUW WJ> -i*M'!i*-'.~i
CA.Welsh'   McQ
FOR SALE
Forty Acres of choice land near Port Haney,
nearly all cleared.   On main wagon read, convenient to C. P. R. and river.   Line of proposed tramway runs through property.   Soil is excellent and
cannot be surpassed for fruit raising.
Price $4500 for a Few Days Only
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
>uarrie Bros.
���Eaetand ln.xisse associations, and
|r Oxford and Cambridge unlver-
Jfties nm! from present indications
|��ill !inv.. no trouble in working out a
ItplfnrUd Itinerary.
My Arena, who played with the
BtCanadlan amateurs that  made the Como
* of the world  in   1007. and  with  of roadstet
tail   the   most
What   to other people  appear almost
l:   is  calculated   to   leave   Toronto  miracles are to  him   quite   ordinary
early in June, and if possible to ar- events.    He will  narrate stores   of
,an_e   games  at   Cornwall,   Montreal Roberto,  Kitchener,  and  all toe  to-
laugt,   ����"""       - iitortant   military   leaders  ot   the  day,
;l,iu Quebec en .oute. |�� _K. & mm whQ hM km)w_   them
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
L
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
Big Price for Team.
New   York.  Nov.  15.���Laguano and
E. T. Btotesbury's crack pair
which  took   a  hlue  rib-
I'- ���. .'���' aVaihibl^for goal. Tout bon at tbe horse- show    W$J��*<
taev.,,,,1, same team. Is expected  were   sold   th s   aAM no o     to   tt. lu
h Mi down t ho point position. Lilians,  an Amer lean, 1 lv lng a broad
Reg.0n.ndy, who will manage the   or  .26.000.    This Is a record piice
is one of the hest  cover-point for a horse show transaction.
I tour
as only
thoroughly can. Things which have
moved whole nations have been
cabled from all the quarters of the
globe by this man, who according to
his own testimony has spent 75 per
cent of his time, energy and Ingenuity
to keep himself alive.
Mr.   Maxwell's   knowledge    of   the
armies of other countries has led him
dence. Life's editor must have been
in an extraordinary funny vein of humor when he wrote his article, "An
Export  Accountant."
lt. is mere assumption on my part,
but he has evidently recently���I
should say very recently���learned
some disagreeable truths in connection with his own magazine's man-
the  accounting    depart-
armies oi uuior uuuuuun nai iro ****** agoment of the accounting ���v.K..
to thoroughly appreciate the qualities menf, so he promptly jokes on the
of the English Tommy Atkins. "The subject. I suppose we must give Life
Hritish soldier," he remarked, "is un- the privilege of joking on any sub-
surpassed In calmness. Initiative, de- ject under the sun since the maga-
termination, and courage. Put an z|ne under review is intended to
army of Britishers In opposition to an make people laugh. They sometimes
equal number of Germans���I say this are not successful of course, but ev.?n
as one who attends the German man- the  funny   man   cannot  always  draw
forth the smile. A bad joke, though.
may be likened unto a rotten egg, you
can't kill It. and so this particular
one has come to the surface and has j
serenly bobbed up in the Daily News.
But a serious "Daily" blossoming
forth into mirthful editorials and on I
such a subject is novel In the ex-
treme, and as 1 said    before,  niysti-t
oeuvers every  year���and  I  have   no
fear of the result.
Fears Nothing But Scorn.
"The average English soldier has
nn fear once he has got into the
thick of a fight. There may be somo
nervousness at first, during the llrst
tew minutes, but It soon wears off,
and then he can do anything.   Let me
give vou an Instance.    Al  Ladysmith, tying. I
the  Cordon  Highlanders   occupied   a      The average business man. Mr. Kill-,
position on the hill, but owln.   to the tor;  takes   his   business  affairs   very:
nature of the Boer-fire the Gordons  seriously,    lie  may, and  often  does,:
had to retire.    As they  woie   i'esi ea,.-  permit   his  books  of    account   to  get
ing   the  hill somebody  laughed,  and Into a muddled condition, but this Is j
when the men thought they were be- generally due to not  giving this im-
Ing laughed at for retiring they imme- portnnt adjunct to his business sttffl-
diately   rushed   back   again   to   their clent  and    proper    supervision;     he
position nnd held on like grim death, doesn't employ a regular  auditor, or
Every one of those Highlanders died  he haa very elementary ideas on the
'._... ^..uj_���i.      i.,      l,���.,,l Llrtivoiinr *r*      Ilia
Contractors and
House Builders
���
e kave a full   line   of   tke   Best
Builders' Hardware in this City.
Befor* Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money:.   Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
on that hill.'
Correspondence
subject in hand. However, to his
credit it must be said, lie invariably
adopts prompt measures whereby he
will remedy such deficiencies on discovery, should they be due to a careless staff or to hls own negligence.
The "expert accountant" Is called In
and he endeavors to unravel the tangled skein and place such records as
are at his disposal Into Intelligible
order.
No, Mr. Editor, the said expert cannot be relegated to    the    shelf and
Editor  Oallv   News���Sir:    The  edl- made a joke of, anyhow not until such
toria] appearing in your issue of the a matter as correct    bookkeeping ls
14th  Inst    headed,   "An   Expert  Ac- given Its proper standing In the busi-
Insurance
of AU Kinds
I write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.
(The Dally News is not responsible
tor the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
EXPERT  ACCOUNTANTS.
���'ever
VIRGINIA  HARNED.
E,1'��tional  Actress who will bs  seen  here  on
counlant," and culled from your con
temporary,  "The   New    York  Life's"
spicy pages Is rather mystifying, and
1  venture to think  calls    for    some
comment since the said   article was
placed In such a prominent position.,  ���..��� v..~    ,
The fact that the article referred to in your Correspondence columns,
annears directly opposite my own ad-1 R.  T.  PRINCE.
Wednesday evening- vertlsement Is doubtless pure colncl-1    New Westminster, Nov. 15, 1910
ness  world.    Thon  possibly  you  can
get along without your "experts."
Trusting that in fairness to men
practicing In this profession In the
cltv and throughout the province you
wlll give the above prominent space
Strongest Companies
Lowest Rates ' Best Security
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
!
6S7 Columbia Street
Phone 62 l!5i
KBfJJ H
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
NOVEMEEl, H
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Re an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section 9, township 13,
New Westminster   district.    Whereas
AVIATOR CLAIMS TO
60100 MILES AN HOUR
Seabd tenders addressed to the ���;, of of the loss of oertl.cate of title,
derslgned. and endorsed Tendeftm �� ^ ,��� (he name of
auditions and alterations to the Pub-  .^  ^^ has been fi]ed in   thls _  _
office. " I
Notice is hereby given that I shall.  UnknOWll Who Startled  Ear-
'' from ,
to the Pub
lie Building, Nelson, B. C," will bere-.
reived at this nft'iee until 4.00 p.m. on
Monday, November 28, 1910, for   the
work mentioned*
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender can be obtained, at this department, on application to the Caretaker
Public Building, Nelson. B. C, and
the office of Mr. Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
at the expiration of one moutl
date of the first publication hereof, in I
a daily  newspaper published   in   the!
City   of   New    Westminster,   issue    a
duplicate of the said   Certificate,  un-
^ less in the meantime valid objection j
be made to me in writing.
C.  S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry    Office,   New    West-
]y Risers of Prairie Towns
is Found in Calgary.
Arrivals.
Vancouver
and   Agas-
tender;
f'SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to
The Secretary.  Depa: tmeni   of Indian
Affairs,   Ottawa,   and
envelope, "Tender tor
lenders will not be considered unless November 15, 1910
made on tbe printed  forms supplied, 	
and signed with    their actual   signa-  -- ��� -
tures, statins their occupations and
places of residences. In the case of
firr, s. the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation, and place of residence of each member of the firm
musl be given. .    i
Each   lender   must   be   accompanied |
by an accepted cheque on a chartered j
bank, payable to the   order   of   the
Honorable, the    Minister   of    Public I
Works, e iual to ten per cent. (10 p.c(
of the amount of the tender, which, ,,,.,ns .,nil specifications may be
will i,e forfeited if the person tendfcr-l ,it f!,(, n.,j(.(,s of T   ,,   Neeiand>.
ing decline to enter Into a contract [ngpector ()| Un[i:iu Agencies, Van-
when called upon to do so, or tail CO Louver; W. E. Dichburn, Inspector . f
complete the work contracted ror. �� Indlan Agencies, Victoria, and W. M.
the lender be not accepted the cheque, ������,���,,.���. ' ������,,.,��� Agent   Alcrt  ���,,y
Calgary, Nov. 15.���The mysterious
individual who has been Hying over
the eastern prairies and mountain
passes in an aerial vehicle, lias revealed himself. Don't ask for names
and don't get inquisitive about the
kind of machine it is, for that is to
be  kept   very  quiet   until  the  patent
Montreal,    Kootenaj
(No. 97).
Vancouver.
Seattle  and   Mission.
Montreal and   Nicol
(No, 96).
Seattle.   Ni-
markel   on   the office at Ottawa comes through  witli
A'e t Hav Girls' thc   protecting   credentials���but    the
Homo.''  will  be received up to  noon something about the
December  30,   1910,   for  the  erection '
of a frame boarding school
al   Alert    Hay    (Cormorant
ll. C.
will be returned. i    Each   tender  must be accompanied
The department does i   ��� olnd it��\r|by & marked cheque ma:ie payable I )
the  undersigned
to accept the lowest or any tender,
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, October 27, 1010.
Newspapers will  not be    paid    for
this advertisement if they    Insert   it
without authority  from    the    Department.
building matter.
island), How would you like to leave from
near Calgary at about two o'clock at
night and go far enough east to Bee
the lights of Swill Current, and get.
back home in time for early breakfast
at  four o'clock in the morning?
How -would you like to leave from
near Calgary at 21 o'clock and  reach
10>30���From
siz.
yy in���prom
and Okanagan.
17:05���From
19:20���From
22: 50���Kuun
(No,  1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver
cola and Montreal.
11 ne���'fo Vancouver.
15:55���To Okanagan
Montreal   (No   96).
17:.r��ii���To Agassiz end
21.40���To Vancouver.
ED GOULET, A<"ent C.   P.   R.
H.  C.   B.   FOSTER,   A.  G.   P.  A.,   Van
couver.
��*��       **_*���.
BURNABY
(No. 97).
Kootenay ;
Vancouver
(No. i).
nd
Two acres, one block from sixth Btreel car line
macadamized,  containing  ten   hts  with  lane to hack
and 5;  highly cultivated, with fruit    trees,    sti
house, etc.    Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 anfilO  have  llghl   .\
offers   an   ideal   investment.    I rice   for   the   ten   lol
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and  is  months,     Lol
separately on  terms to be arranged.
reel
'-
���
���
THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS.Sailings
AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
for a sum equal to
five per cent of the amount of tender.
The cheque will be forfeited If tho
person tendering decline to enter into
a contract when called upon to do so.
If the tender be not accepted the
cheque will be returned. In the event
of acceptance of tender the cheque
will be held until the contract :s
signed, when it will be returned.
The successful tenderer will be required to furnish a bond in satisfactory sureties for a sum equal to the
amount  of the contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
Portland, Oregon, the following night  10:00 a.m    Daily
PEOPLES' T
I
LBMITED.
T. H. McCORMICK, Mgr. Real Estate Depart .vent.
an  hour  before  the  bells  rang   midnight?
Went   100.   Miles   an   Hour.
This is what the mysterious aviator
claims he has done, and there are
several who saw him in his flights
and are prepared to verify his story.
He sa>s he has made several midnight flights down the line east of Calgary, tnough he has made only tlie
one trip to Portland.
During the trips east he estimates
he averaged a speed of seventy miles
The unauthorized  insertion of this Ln hour, and at tlmeB he must have at
advertisement  in any  newspaper  will
not be paid for.
J. D. McLEAN,
Secretary.
Denartment  of Indian  Affairs,
Ottawa,  October 26,  1910.
NOTICE.
The right to cut timber under "i-
rense on Perth No. 535, comprising
the following lands in the Province
of Hritish 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  thej 	
28th of December next, at the office!    NOTICE  is  hereby  given  that   th
of   the   Dominion   'limber   Agent   at |Court of Revision of the list of house-
New Westminster: I holders entitled to vote in the City of
Timber   Berth   No.  535,  situated ;.n|New Westminster, will sit at the City
the   Province   of    Biitish   Columbia, Hall ln the clty of New Westminster,
comprising  Section  28, Township  39, B   c    on Tuesdav the twentv-second
West  of   Coast   Meridian,   containing ;dav of xovember, 1TH0, at the hour of
an area of 040 acres more or less, is;10 0-clock in the foren0on.
shown on  plan  of  survey,  signed by |    n.lted  thig   15th  &      of  xovember,
Mr.  A.  Lighthall,  D. L. S., surveyed 1910
in   May,  1910,  and   of  record  in  the w   A   DUNCAN,
Timber  and   Grazing   Branch   of  thej cijy Qie{.jCi
Department of the Interior. j '
A license  will  not be issued  until | -
the full amount of tlie purchase
price, and the ground rental for the
first  year,  have been paid.
The conditions pf payment, rate or
rental, etc., are contained in the Timber lie. illations, a copy of which may
be secured on application to the undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agent at New Westminster.
P.kl. KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th, 1910.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool
Sealed tenders addiessed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
additions and alterations to the Public
Building, Nanaimo, B. C," will be received at this office until 4:o0 _. ni,
on Monday, .November 28, 1'JlO, for
the work mentioned.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at this Department, on application to ti.e Caretaker, Public
Building. Nanaimo, B. (.'., and at the
office of Mr. Win. Henderson, Resident-Architect, Victoria , B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders VIII not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating- their, occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
linis, the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation and place of residence of each member of the itrm
must be given. /
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laurentic     Dec. 3
New triple screw, 14,81*2 tons.
Canada   Dec.
Twin screw, 514 feet long.
10
For  rates,  berth  reservations, etc.,
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W. P. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
vtil9 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
T. P. Morrison
J. II. Taylor
Bach tender must  be accompaniedinegotiated
' Phone 024.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply  help of every kind.  Prompt
attention    to    all    orders.      Contracts
by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.
of the amount of the lender, * which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter Into a contract,
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete tlie work contracted for. If:
the tender be not accepted the cheque
���uLl be returned.
The  Department does not  bind  it-1
Felf to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
H. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, Octqber 27, 1810.
Newspapers will nol be paid for
this advertisement If they insert it
without authority from the department.
8 Begbie St.       New Westminster, B.C
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3% to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
Take Notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease BOO acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Draiuey'S Inlet, thence north lOO
chains, thence west 50 chains, thence
south 100 chains, thence east 50
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for which it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM  ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 20th. DUO
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
W. P. WHITE
Architect and  Building Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and  Modem  Itullding Construction.    Telephone 800.
Room  13  Dominion  Trust  Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
talned the remarkable velocity of luu
miles an hour.
On   the  eastern   trips   the   journey
east was made along the railroad, as
the  glittering  rails  make  a  splendid
guide.    Coining  back,  the   Bow  river
marked  the  way  from  Medicine  Hat.
No  Colored   Lights.
But the aviator s.iya the people who
reported that he v> us carrying colored
lights are wrong.    Of course there is
a possibility that there may have been
: another    mysterious     airship     Hying
around, but it is scarcely likely.    Hid
only   explanation   is   that   the   difference in power of the automobile lamp
I which he carries as a headlight, made
Ithe  other  lights  which  his   machine
bore have a different color at a distance.    But he is not explaining the
lights.    The only reason he carried a
headlight was to give him a chance
to see the hills, and tlie other lights
are similar ones which are placed at
the tips of the machine to allow hlm
to see that everything is all right.
The inventor is a prepossessing
young man, who says that he has had
experience in Hying many of tlie ma-
(chines which are well known, anjl at
'one time he was with Graham White
while they'were handling a Curtiss
machine. This gave him the necessary
experience in manipulating a ... ing
machine. Also, when be came to
build his own machine, which he did
some three months ago, he incorporated all the good points of the other
inventors and in addition was able to
apply theories of his own, which he
claims has produced a machine superior to anything now in existence.
The machine in which he has made
his flights here is equipped with a
ninety horsepower, six-cylinder engine. The wings measure twenty-
seven and one-half feet from tip to
tip, and from the nose to the tip of
the tail the measurement is thirty-
two feet. The machine will, it Is believed, curry four passengers, though
three is the largest number he has
had in it so far, but on all the flights
made there has always been two men
in it.
In practically all the other machines there is very great danger���
and invariably death���if anything
goes wrong with the power. But not
so with his invention. Ile'can alight
as easily as a bird, and with as little
trouble.
Studying the Birds.
Studying the birds, as well as the
works of man, is where be says he has
received hls inspiration and reached
what Is almost perfection; though he
modestly says he does no! suppose he ' 9
has built a machine which cannot be
improved on.
Many  improvements of a   bird-like' n
nature are Incorporated in tills latest!
invention.    It is capable of extension u:30
to a great degree.   When the Inventor
makes his next machine it will  have!
several  pairs of wings.    That is
way he will Increase its carrying capacity, as  well as  by enlarging   the
wings.    He declares it Is capable of
extension   to  ut   least   six    pairs    of 20:00
wings.
Easy and  Comfortable.
"Anyone who can run an   automo-; 15:45
bile can  handle my  machine after a j
few lessons," says the inventor.    All
the steering is done by a wheel like
thai   of an aiitomahile.     The elrcuiai
motion guides It sideways.    The post
is set. in a slot, and moving jt  backward   and   forward   raises   or   lowers
the machine.   The speed is also governed from attachments on the steering wheel.
Hiding in this machine is a real
pleasure. There Is not the objection
ble wind which Is encountered in the
open machine. The passengers are pro
1:00 p.m    Daily ���
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m    Dally
11:00 p.m .... Dally except Saturday
11:30 p. m    Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. m    Mondays
SCO a. m... Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m    Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every  Thursday  and  Sut.
TO  STEWART   (Portland  Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver  leaves  New   Westmln
'ster 8  a.m.  Monday,  Wednesday  and
Fridays;  leaves Chilliwack 7 am.
Tuesday,    Thursday    and    Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
C.   B.   FOSTER,
A. G. P. A , Vancouver.
SS. TRANSFE
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackmui
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
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday moi nlng, leaving
ster at 5 a.m.
tn. and Ladsel
New WestaiJ
Fraser
except
 1
except
.15:15
:30
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
Of of
Arrival: Closing: '
20:0U���United States via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday 1..  7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  C. E. R,
idaily except Sunday)..  7: llu
13:00���Vancouver via H   C. K. It.
(daily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
idaily except  Sunday)..10:00 !
8:30���Victoria via II. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Victoria   via   B.  C.   E.   R.
(dally   except  Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:110
15:00���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sundavi.. 10:00
12:10���All   points  east  and   Eu-
I rope  (daily)      7:lid
23:00���All points east and Europe  (daily)    15:15
12:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills       (dally      except
Sunday)       7:110
20:00���Sapperton     and
mills      (daily
Sunday)      ....
12-10���Coquitlam    (daily-
Sunday)     	
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds     (daily    except
Sunday)       11:00
,13:30���East Burnaby and Bur-
n nit am   (dally     except
Sunday       13:80
10:00���Timbeiland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster    (Tuesday   and
Fildny)       13:30
Ladner,     Poit     Guichon,
Westham   Island    18:80
Annievllle.   Sunbury idaily
except  Sunday    13:30
10��� 00���Annacis Isl md Monday
Wednesday and Friday       13:3a
1(1:00���Woodwards Cl'nesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver.    Piper's    Siding     via     G.     N.     R,
(daily except. Sunday)..14:20
Cloverdale nnd Port Kells
(dally except Sunday)..15:00
Cla'ton   'Tuesday. Thursday,   Friday   and    Sat-
day        15:00
the 11:80���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby  Lake   (daily except Sunday  10:00
Abbotsford, Matsqnt, Huntington, etc. (dally except Sunday)     7:30
Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (dally    except
Sunday)        7:30
Hall's Prairie, Fern Uldge
and Ita/lemen (Tuesday, Thursday and S11I-
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight u|
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manage!
���������������������������������������
:
:
:
Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50,  6:20, 6:50
* 8:00 nnd every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
f Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at  5:50,   6:50,
* and every half hour thereafter until  11:30 p. m.
* Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under 12,  30c.
* Sunday  Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver at
* a. m. and every half hour thereafter until  11  p. tn.
J Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8  a.   in.,  Sat >m
* every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
t Sunday  Excursion   Rates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
* Freight Schedule���Fi eight cars leave Westminster for Vancow
* at 7:2Q a. m., 11:20 a. .1. und 3:20 p.  m.    Freight cars leave Vi
J couver for  Westminster at 0:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
t CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
* City  Limits  Line���20-mlnute service from 5:40 am  to ll:-0.*|
* Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8 a.m. to 11:28 p.E
f Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
* Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:80 pAj
\ B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY C0|
*
* ******************* *****************************
10:00-
10:00-
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B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading Lo.\
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR  F|N'SH.L
TURNED  WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    8TOCK     PLAIN   Ai���|
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Wettmlntter
Bo* '3'
16:4!
New Westminster, B. C.
>��hone 661 Residence Phone  133
loom 6.  Westminster Trust Building I tected by a wind shield, and only the
head and shoulders are exposed.
If  this   machine   has  all  the   good J
points claimed for it by the inventor,
and for which he has a good sum offered from parties In the States, Calgary people need not be surprised if
No coarseness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Fine and pure
ss newly-fallen snow���so rich in
delicious savour, once used, always
used
B3
HOME BAKED FOOD,
fresh, good, wholesome,
economical.     Readily
made with
Try a  Want Ad.
wlll bring result*.
in the Nc-.vs.     It
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEW3.   '
Try a "Want" ad ln The
will bring results.
News   It
Take the round trip on the Fraser
they Hee fancy stunts being performed'river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
In the air some night in the vicinity leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf at 2
of Calgary. p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. *���
fiakinf
IT   WILL   BRING   RE5ULT;
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEW^
l*:.V n.E$
pflV   NOVEMBER ^6,  19P.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Elv,,u    that
iSl' ft ��es
t  CSendiug Acts," ca
;,n<l    '      ic   District  o
The
1 body
under       the
Act,
carrying
if    New
|.if'-'
stel' ���' rauied      ^^^^^^
liavin        ;! ,.   Genera,    in
[\\G
,,i 0f a certain
^', .     '-Vof   wharfs
.aire     ot     tbe
southed on      the
ll 61, ���A;- "|S,"    an'
K.W* "'  :', ,' -"or lots seven (7)
���Teing l'5tl",  ,J two  (2)   In the
Westminster and pro-
mibla, have   de-
nnoiahie the  Min-
BUSlNES'i DIRECTORY   | r^ TT"_ T~
��� ; Councu Accounts
JOAKD    OP ' TRADE���-NEW  WEST-   I ��� ��� '
minster Board of Trade meets in trie- The f0n0wlng committee accounts
board room, City Hall, as follows: ��� w..(i pasged for paymenl at the meet
Third Thursday of each month; . Qf U|. |U.. councli Monday even-
quarterly meeting on th0 mira i..
Thursday of February, May, Augusl j
and November, at. ts p.m.     Annual
Bridge   Committee   Report.
Gilley Bros. Ltd ?
B. C. Telephone Co. Ltd	
.?    12.
Total      	
Light    Committee    Report.
11. C. Klectric Railway Co. ...91,711.70
GOLD  DUST  will
sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
tbem wholesome and sanitary
make
meetings on the third Thursday oi
February. New members may in-
proposed and elected at any montb
ly or    quarterly    meeting.      C.  H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
W_7it-
I^'aiottawa, plans
,     P lch  thev   propose
.    ,.���  with a descrip-
tuereoi describe!
COAST LABOR AGENTSI MANA
ger G. .1. Sykes), 62 Powell Btreel
Vancouver,    Phone   3575.    Prompt
attention  given   to   all   orders   for
male   help.    Ring   us   up,   wire   or
write if unable to visit us.
& Son 	
Pipe     Co.
���
1 n | boi
>unds
and have also
,,i each  In the
deeds   for
rretes
!__________��� ________
, '       . ,   Westminster, In
I ,      ld works are pro-
I . ted, in accordance
.tot" ents of section     ol
Waters    Protection
ll0   the    Revised
f& EDMONDS,
ir River Tannery,
Limited
,,,��� n,.w Westmln
.   ���,��� October   1910
WHITESIDE & liDMONDS, HARRIS
fers    and    solicitors,   Westminster
Trust Block   Columbia street.  New
Westminster.   W. J. Wimesido, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, comer Columhla and
McKenzie Btreets; Vancouver of i
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle Btreet, !���'. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
Water  Committee.
McQuarrie & Company  	
Municipal    Construction    Co
i.i l	
B. ('. Telephone Co.  Ltd.   . . .
Koyal Citj   Planing Mills   . . .
Cunningham Hardware Co. ..
Anderson & Lusby
Geo. Cunningham
W. R. .laynes ....
Dominion     Wood
Ltd	
Wilber Smith   	
Tho nas ovens 	
T. .1. Trail], & Co. Ltd	
Westminster Iron Works  ....
Lees   Limited   	
Robert   Wilson & Son  	
II.   B.   Dart    	
.1. W. B, Blackman 	
Auld & O'Connor  	
Vancouver Power Co., Ltd   . .
Sunset   Blue Pi int Co	
A.   11.   Lewis   	
The Small & Bucklin Lumbe
Company   	
.80
16.73
5.00
10.00
26.00
11.70
1.75
24.00
^^_   (Lees  Limited      ^^^^^^^^^
% 32.97   Belyea & Cbmpany  	
Anderson & Lusby  	
10.5(5,.Cunningham Hardware Co. ..
3.10 Royal City Planing Mills ...
1.85  Central Livery & Feed Stable.
L9.64  C. C.  lloway   	
37.68   B.  C. Telephone  Co.  Ltd.   ...
6.65 IThomas  Gifford   	
,50   Receiver   General    	
Canadian    Westinghouse    Co.
>66.30'    Ltd	
56.75  1". J. Trapp & Co. Ltd	
a.50   Westminster Iron Works ....
28.30   Dr.  T.  Hennett Green   	
3.23  Royal Columbian Hospital  . ���
,30 C. C. Dunn 	
la.50  Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods
4.45      Co.   Ltd	
���1.85  Westminster  Press   	
27.90 	
40.33      Total       }2,295.5fi
LOO J 	
3.95   Board   of  Works   Committee    Report.
Hassam Paving Co. Ltd $ 376.00
J   Alcock, Downing  &  Rose
1.10	
o.oo m'^?j*^m3m_*m
So
oap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes ovei* the surface, leaving a greasy
2100 film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
89.U I and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
"5     Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
'"'���"'��� fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUvST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-       \.l /,
61.00
31.00
320.90
11.50
4.7a
V-v OF NE WESTMINSTER. ^^ AND ACCOUNTANT.
���  ,i n io. the posit! m of < 11
,   received by the un
-ow*1"       Monday,    the 28th
���
cu:
,n state salary required.
\   DDNCAN,
City  Cork.
, mber 8th, 1910.
It. T. PRINCE, expen accountant and
auditor. Agent fo: the Hall 81 e
Co. Ofllce, room 5, Markel i'l ick,
op] oslte  < Uj   Hall,   Columbia   st..
.-;-v      l-lione   I. 7R.
Total
Parks
c. c. Dunn  	
li. c. Telephone i  ���
Tin-   Bi um tte   Saw
Ltd	
Gilley Bros. Ltd	
The Brackman-Ker Milling
Ltd	
R. Robinson   	
Royal City Planing Mills
29.91
20
7.20
314.40
24.85
3.50
15.00
160.75
876.89
Co.
Ti tal
H, J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
TraL'U block,
^WESTMINSTER
MISS >.!. BROTEN, public stenogra
pher; specifications, business let
tern,    etc.:    circular    work    taken
Phone   415.     Rear   of   Major
Sava.es office, Columbia St.
mrtriet rf New Westminster
D.1.'1.'    .   ,..,, [.William Robert
TAKE c   pupation
��� .  ^r, intend to apply for
JX        ircbaBe lhc tollowlng	
t nds: ,    ,   .! .......... .v    BUNTING,    ROOM
\     :1M"M^rsa.lracEuM.-BO,o.B.xe,,
, <    SA.TSS.2
...-. "_r JS 582
I   _*_sai��t2
*J>��zZSE��?i**��
and  f
P
22
WHITE, SHILES &. CO.
Real  Estate  and   Insurance  Agents-
City,   farm   and   sumirban   property
628 and 746 Columbia St
Finance   for   Schools
Belyea & Company  *
Gilley Bros. Ltd	
11.  Morey &. Company   	
D. S. Curtis & Company 	
T. .1. Trapp & Co	
1.   Hudson   	
H. T, Kirk  	
Tbe Small & Bucklin Lumber
Company      	
Baldwin 	
. . Peebles   	
Daniels & Loat  	
W.   E.  Fales   	
Joseph   Crane    	
S. Bowell      356.00
F. .1. Hart & Co., Ltd     112.29,
B. C. Telephone Co., Ltd        3,001
Lees Limited 	
A. Qampbell Hope  	
Anderson & Lusby   	
City   Treasure!
Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
Sunset Blue Print Co. Ltd. . .
B. C. Telephone Co. Ltd. ...
Royal City Planing Mills ...
Gaskell-Odlum-Stabler Ltd.   ..
G.   B.   Milne   	
E.   R.  Waits   fc  Son   	
B.  C.  Gazette   	
Gilley   Bros.   Ltd	
^^^^H   _  Cunningham Hardware Co. ..
16.75   Anderson  k.  Lusby   	
.. .    110.00   Joseph   Mayers    	
in.bo  west Knd Grocery  	
   T.  S.  Annandale   	
....      184.o2   H.   T.   Kirk   	
Thomas   Ovens   	
Report. x.  A    Muir   &   Co       	
 %     3.40  s.   Herring        105.00
8.00  W.  Henderson          40.00
        2.80 James  fc   McClughan   	
Craig   &   Riddell   	
T. J. Trapp & Co. Ltd	
D.  S. Curtis  &  Co	
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
G.  D.  Dillon   	
J.   Livingston   	
C. C.  Dunn   	
Geo. Cunningham fc Son
7R.oo portions to cleanse J^^"'//V/.
zl��� easily, vigorously, ^J&-{��
19.53 and without harm to ^"Ss^g--
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
,���.<,��� LUST  Twins   do
',���_. vour work."
la.i.i    *J
��oi��v
22.50
3 25
::.2rj
22.06
-,:, ���>:,
Made by THE   N.   K.  FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, tbe oval cake.
4.05   ���
20.55
15.40
42.37
C.15
5.30
2.00
47.07
tt.yt    Ueo.   C llllllliignani   k   own   ...
10.20 i Brunette Saw Mill Co. Ltd.  .
22.50 1    Total 	
11.00
13.15
11.30
24.36
1.15
12.00
2.50
130.30 j
98.00
20.65 1
713.13 |
$3200.06 j
"Let good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both!"
They vill if you take Shakespeare
NA-DRu
mmm?.
-Co
They correct stomach disorders, assist digestion, and make life worth
living again for the victim af dyspepsia. 50c. a box. lf your druggist has
not stocked their. y*t, send tts 50c. and we will mail them. 35
National Dra_ ��nd Chwokal Coou_u��y of Canada, limited.
1.40 I
33.80
23.26'
,.48
ty   -ireasuiei     	
A. Welsh        -��'-40
LAND   ACT.
Lwwtm'in.ter Land District
1     . V.  ^  Nfw Westminster.
'" that John   Ferdinand
��� ������-. sa^Jfttw: *
,,,���   ���,,.   mil. oorHMBt   I ��m
f ��< TTfS' SS 'wSmii
i    tei Ij  fi��m   U1V,       ^-o.-i
ol under lot   number    37341,
5   .   ,.,,���  40 chains   thence est
�� chains, thence    Boutf    40 cMins
,:,���,,  weBt   40  chains   to   point     oi
J    ,::,.!.  containing  WO  ^res
core or le 9 ,.._   m..rr^
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGb.
Dated Au. net 20. 1910,
Total
Finance   Commitrwe Report.
C. P. H. Telegraph Co $
li.  Morey  ,_  Co	
T. .1. Trapp & Co. Ltd	
Mrs. Forrester, treasurer Benevolent   society   	
John  R.  Duncan   	
The Fair	
B. C. Telephone Co. Ltd	
Publicity commissioner
cabinet. ��tair,    bi��o *, esll
and detail wort   ueBl^kaes,  pr0-  raowiij comnuSSi-     T;--
niat...  turn shed      J.   ��r atb   Lees   UmUed          ���JJJ
ilia'"    ,,.   _u
prietor.     Work
OAd ear Une.      1
473.
251, Fhonr^
CITY   VOTERS*   LIST.
Notice is hereby  Riven   that   U��
v,���. ,   ,,..,   ror  ,he  year   1910   l.e
been completed  and  that  tbe  same
:iv ,,   Been al this omcc�� foi  thirt
ivgfroin the date hereo .  ��� nd an>
t,   ,:, -ho shall claim to be added to
K' said voters' List, or any, elector 1
Z ���  hall  desire  to  have  any   name
���J   therefrom, must prefer J �� or
55^  ,a, in writing|. Knei^ hls
OT --^.rele, Sed to"be City
S SL    ^e time  herein beiore
���Pflclfled. w   A   duNCAN.
v City Clerk,
ice   New   Westmln-
City CTerVl Ot.   u?i  1910.
eter, n. ������.. October
tj. II. Cou.hlan   	
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd...
McLeod,  Mark  &  Co	
1 ^Vhlte. Shiles & Co	
.\   W, McLeod  	
'The People's Trust Co. Ltd. ..
KING'S   HOTSL -'COLUMBIA   ST.  F. j. Hart & Co. Ltd	
o,   n��� ib    Newest and most upto E. a. Greame  	
Phone IV    -N^.esVerms moderate.  Major & Savage  	
diUe ,n, '^, ine   J  Tracliy. Prop.  D. C. McGregor &  Co	
First class cnisine^J. ___^  Kellington   Bros	
���",,,,,,     , vttoN���517   FItON",   ��� I ��� V/Hiiam  Pope   	
r ffl-fflSS* aSSft ��� gaatSSX var:::::
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r,  n  v    VMITY  LODGE  NO.  87��� i *' ,,    News Pub. Co. Lt.l.
L ?lie��,.,���ia'  meetings of.thie lojf Jj ��,���, Co. Ltd. ....
Ii held in Odd Fellows' HU1. cor-; ^ Hardware Co. ..
1    S  C-narvon  and  Eighth rtrjg ^      Webster-Hanna Co __^
1%^ Monday evening at 8    clock^
Visiting .l-^JSfStjW.C     Total      ���1^_	
Sa'E; FA- TrtSUTiSl Market   Commlte.   Report
j,   \v.   MacDonald,  financial   **>      L  c  TelephoM.Oo, Ltd *     6'05
tan
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I Bridge Street and \
King Edward Avenue |
Vancouver, B. C.
Harry T. Devine
begs to announce that he has received instructions from the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company I
to sell by I
PUBLIC AUCTION
Monday, November 21st, 1910, at IO o'clock a.m.
In] Pender Mall, Cor. Pender and Howe Sts. ���
ABOUT 350 LOTS in that portion of District 526 bounded on the north by   f_\
20th Avenue, on the south by 25th Axenue, on the east by Ontario Street,
and on the west by Oak Street.
The following are the blocks and lots;
South Vancouver
*T
RANGE  2.
COAST  LAND  DISTRK
���  i.    Robert
t "Tdke notice that 1. Will,     pupation
vIHi'.. ol   Vancouver,   ll-C, t     ,,,,iy (or
ten; wtata dealer, Intend to **      > |;vn,i
permission to lease 200 acies v
bounded bb follows:   Commeno
miiosl planted at the east side 01
extri me head ol the north    arm
Dralney-s Inlet, thence east 40 (-,,;11���\
Itaence  south 50 clinlns, tlience  �����
���40 cl ilna, thonce north f.O chains vo
���mu   ol commencement   PurPO��e ror
which ll Ib required, <|nnrryinK.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK
g at
the
of
Sent On Approval
To Responsi n .a PEori.B   "*
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
Wi* InK Pencil
Your Choice of
j Police   Committee   Report.
i\Vpstmln8ter Prlvato Hospital* 1185
1 Capt.   Pittendrlgh     25.00
Central Livery & Feed Stable. 6.00
Lees  Limited  12.00
' Johnston's   Big   Shoe   House
1    Ltd  20.00
\ Vanstone H. & P. Co. Ltd.  .. 1.35
C.   Schwahn     34.60 ]
"otal
.$ 110.80
!i$E 0HLY THE
pommo*
LYE
TCtSTANDARDMttell
READY FOR USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For m.hlng KkP. .ofunlni*��|��J'
UlnK.. clo..l.. 4r*ln�� ����4I*B
|m��nT other  purpoooo.     ���
\* ,u.l. 20 poundo SAL SODA.
aOl.0 EVEBYWHIRK.
Ie.w.qillett s?ffrr*ss|
1 TORONTO.��** '
Fire   Committee
11.  T.   Kirk   	
Joseph Mayers 	
C.  B.  Deans   	
Crajg & Hidden 	
T, A   Muir & Co	
Brackman-Ker Mining Co.
Geo. Cunningham & Son  .
'Anderson   &  Lnshy   	
; Sunset Blue Print Co. Ltd.
Cunningham Hardware Co.
Royal City Planing Mills .
, McQuarrie & Company  ...
I The   Brunette   Saw   Mill
1    Ltd ���	
Vanstone H. & P. Co	
Report.
 $
Co.
lfi.lj>
23.00 I
4.25
3.00
11.80
80.06
8.75
3.55
1.20
2.95
1.70
101.18
517
2.08
Llock 581, lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 11. 12, 15,
16, IP, 20, 29, 30.
Block 582. lots 5, 6, 9. 10, 13, 14, 21,
22, 25, 26, 29, 30, 35, 36.
Block  583, lots 3, 4. 11, 12, 15. 16.
19, 20, 23, 24, 27. 28, 31. 32.
Block 584. lots 3, 4, 7. 8, 11, 12, 19,
20, 23, 24. 27, 28, 31. 32
Block 601, lots 1. 2, 5, 6, 9. 10. 13,
14, 17, 18, 21, 22, 25. 26, 29, 30.
Block 602 lots 3, 4, 7, 8 13. 14, 17.
18, 21, 22, 25, 26. 2*1, 30, 35, 36.
Block 603, lots 3. 4, 7, 8. 11, 12. 19,
20. 23. 24. 27. 28. 31, 32.
Block 604. lots 3   1, 7. 8, 11, 12, 19,
20, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32.
DlOCk 621. lots 3, 4, 8, 9. 14, 15, 18,
19. 22. 23, 26, 21. 30, 31.
Block 622. lots 5, 6, 13, 14, 17
21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 30, 36, 36.
18,
Block 623   lota 3. 4, 7 8, 11, 12, 17,
18, 23, 24, 27, 28, 31, 32.
Block 624, lota 1, 2.7, 8, 11, 12, 15,
16, 19, 20, 23, 24, 29, 30.
Block 661, loU 5, 6, 16, 17, 22, 23,
26, 27.
Block 662, lots 1, 2, 5. 6, 9, 10, 13,
14, 17, 18. 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, lota 1, 2, fi, 7, 12, 13, 16,
17, 20,  21,  24   25,  27.
Block 682, lots 1, 2, 5  7, 8, 11, 12, 1",
16.  21,  22, 25, 26, 29,  20.
Bloek 683. lots 3, 4, 7. 10, 11, 14, 15,
18, 19, 24, 26, 26, 27.
Block 684, lots 3, 6, 6, 8, 11, 12, 15.
16.  19, 20, 24, 26, 26.
Point Grey
e.ti��.-
. t.  n guar, nit*c*
'"u".!rUui''"'yi'��,,",,t,
1'", Si1 oJUueW'*-** **
("���''''"r'iJ'l  tlt!i�� "'
lu fttuttti*
T��t��rw*fr��_!JL��
'iW^SSSSSSr-i
1 ���"v;;,,Vt: rn.���"������������'i '
5^te��--��*3fcri!
J., i-.'*",**:8$.   �����������"���,
Total
.$ 214.83!
w.."'
AJ.Ir." I
Laughlin Mfg. Co. I
OttrolV.
Library  Committee  Report
Wilher   Smith  [
Health   Committee   Report
B   c   Telephone Co. Ltd    ��� ��� ���
Central livery & Feed Stable.
M.  J.  Phillips   	
1>   .\.  Muir   	
James A. McBroon  	
ID.   Adams   	
I j. H. Lyne   	
I,ees  Limited   	
Benson &  Ayllng  	
Wilber Smith   	
Bowell & Oddy	
Belyea & Company 	
H  T. Kirk 	
w_ g. Collister 	
Block 680A. 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, 0, 13, 14, 17,
18.
Block 659, lots 3, 4, 7, R, 13, 14, 17.
Block 660, lots 1. 2, 5, 6, 10, 11, 14,
15. 19, 20, 26, 29, 32
14,
Block 677, lots 3, 4, 6, 9, 10, 13
17, 18, 23, 24, 25.
Block 678, lots 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 17, 18,
19,  20.
Block 679, lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 19,
20.
Block 680, lots 3, 4, 6, 15, 16. 20, 21,
34. ^^^^^^^^^^M
1-
15. 19, au, i'o, iv, o-.
TERMS OF SALE-' One quarter cash, Balance J, 2,<un*d 3 yearn, interest
at 6 per cent. If the Purchasers desire to build, one hou'sV only to eich lot,
to cost not less than One Thousand Dollars.
This building condition applies to all lots with the exception of those on
King 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, Townsite Agent,
437 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B. C. C. P. R.
i
Total
.$ 106.45 :>HU
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PAGE EIGHT.      -
THE DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,    .0VFr/_
ti  I
ft.'1,4   .���'<
-* s
City News
Emphatic Reductions in Prices of
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right prifees. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
The open season for trout fisliin,
expired  yeslerday.
A force of men started work on
Mon'.ay on the new 'Bank pt' Commerce building.
A new hotel under the ownership
and operation oi D. Grail has been
opened at  Rosed: le,
Several new stores i nl office buildings are in course of (..instruction at
Westminster Junction.
Now   i^  the  tine    it
spring
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
NOW
is the time  to buy a
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big pinter stock is now in trom
the best makers We have them at
a low price and we liave a kind
WE GUARANTEE; We have alsa
Combination as  well  as
FOUNTAIN
SYRINGES
It will pay you to look over our stock
of RUBBER GOODS on display in ou;
show windgw,    Try  us for
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
Curtis Drug Store
New    Westminster,   B   C.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEW8
Ihe Centnl Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
GET
dowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist.   Phone R208. **
A. \V. McLeod returned yesterday
from a business tii;) up the line as
far as Port Hammond.
Joseph Dorgan, of the flrm of Reid.
Curtis and Dorgan. was presented by
.Mrs. Dorgan yesterdaj with a line
baby girl.
A meeting of the Educational club
wlll be hold tomorrow afternoon at
three o'clock al the residence of .Mrs.
J. A. Lee, Third avenue. ,
John Peck, provincial boiler inspector, who has been spending the past
few days in Victoria on business, will
return  home tomorrow.
Sapperton Presbyterian Church has
decided to instal a furnace for the
more efficient heating of the church
this winter. This work will be done
without delay.
The tug Flyer brought in a scow
with a shipment of 300 tons of coal
yesterday morning and docked at
Gilley Bros, wharf, where it was unloaded during the day.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R2o8 ** |
City workmen yesterday removed!
several tons of mud from Front street'
and it is now possible to reach the i
waterfront' from almost any point be- ]
tween tlie Schaake Machine works
and the C. P. K. station.   ���
J. G. Gamon, proprietor of the well-,
known  cigar store, has now recovered  from   a   severe    attack     of  pneu-!
monia. and was yesterday at liis place
of business  receiving    the  congratulations of liis friends.
Mayor Lee left yesterday for N61-
son. where the conservatives of the '
province are holding a big rally. Alderman .1. J. Johnston Is acting mayor
in his absence. The mayor will be
back about the end of the week.
A quarter section of land at Westminster Junction, bordering on the
Johnston road, was disposed of yesterday by Craig and McGill, of this
fit-.-, to Vancouver capitalists for .17-
100, this including a substantial cash
payment.
A proclamation Issued for the Yale
elections   calls  for    nominations    on '
Monday, Xovember 25, and polling on,
Xovember 28.    A  meeting of liberals1
to select a candidate for the election
was  held   at    Spence's     Bridge    last
night.
The ladies of St. Andrew's church
held a very successful apron sale
yesterday afternoon and evening. Almost $75 was realized for the gene'-a|
fund of thc Ladies' Aid and an enjoyable time was spent by the large
number of visitors.
The ; iers for a new traffic bridge
v or the Coquitlam river at. Westminster Junction have been com^etud.
The piers are of concrete and the
superstructure will be of steel. The
modern bridge will replace the wooden structure now in use.
A double wedding took place yesterday at St. Andrews Presbyterian
manse when Alan M.cdon��Jd ;'nd
Miss Evelyn MacDougall, of tIlls city,
and Alex Colqiihoun and Miss Ada
Brown, of Vancouver, entered tbe holy
estate of matrimony, Kev. J. S. Henderson officiating. The contracting
parties acted as witnesses for ea-h
other.
It was intended to hold a court of
'f"ision on the voters' list (householders) yesterday, but owing to failure to insert the necessary advertisements Ibis could not be done. Tbe
dale was. therefore, changed to .November lil', when thc court, which
consists of Mayor Leo and Al'ermen
Oray and Johnston, will meet at ten
o'clock  In  the morning.
The Municipal hall at. Burnaby will
be given over to purposes other than
usual this afternoon and evening,
when the Ladies' Guild of the Church
of St. Albans wll] hold a bazaar and
Bale of work, which wl'l he ore"��'.l
at three o'clock by the Bishop of the
diocese. Admittance ia free, and tue
Guild's exchequer is expected to benefit, by the sale of fancy work, various edibles and (lowers.   .
Publicity Commissioner Wade has
received a letter from tlie C. X. lt.
in Toronto thanking him for the exhibit sent by this city to the Toronto
Hxibiticn. Mr. Wade is now engaged |
In preparing another exhibit to be
se.ui to the l'nited States in the G.
N. K. (ravelling exhibition car, and
if possible to be exhibited in some of
I the larger cities on llie other silo.
This is a very effective method of advertising the resources of the Eraser |
valley, and will undoubtedly bear
good fruit.
Labor is in the fleld. A public
meeting of all the workers in the
city, whether union or non-union, is j
called for Xovember 21, in the Fagles
hall, when nominations will be made !
and. candidates selected to seek the
suffrage of the elctors at the civic
elections in January, Just how manv
candidates will be run is not known,
u eiuiel uave any names heen ueoiue j
upon, but it is believed that they will
be three in number, and a strong
effort is to be made to support tliein
with the undivided labor vote. It is
probable that the meeting will also
nominate candidates for tlie vacancies In the school board this year.
John Oliver, the new reeve of Delta,
is finding plenty to do in his new office. Last week three Important meetings were held, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, most of tlie business
being in connection with the water
works; two bylaws, one dealing with
the expropriation of certain necessary land and the other givine author?
itv to construct the water works, were
read and passed. Although several
months' work had been done on the
construction of the works, the necessary legal authority for it had not
been secured by the passing of aj
by law.
TRIM.
HATS
The order to reduce the prices on all colored trimmed hats and
untrimmed shapes comes at a time when it will prove of advantage
to hundreds of women who have noi purchased their winter ha
About 100 colored hats and 150 colored shapes are all that remain
of our immense stock. Today you can have excellent cliche���an 1
note the reduced prices.
Three Special Tables
AH Untrimrnt2d
Colored Shape!i
ai a Reduction
of 25 per cen*.
Choose a b
ni   . ed ta         on
awaj   below
' prlcej
: lnj s,     \
shaK.3 fn
.
The Public
Supply Sfjres
1st Table $4.50
One table of colored hats, in a complete range of colors, now shapea
and trimmings.    Regular values up to $8.00.    On sale to.lav. each .
 .....$4.80
2nd Table $6.50
A splendid range at this price, featuring all the newest Ideas possible  In   hats.    Regular   values up to .10.00. On sale today, each $6.50
3rd Table $8,00
In these yen will tind Bome of (he nicest models in pattern ha's
shown this season. Tlie newest shades are prominent���tones of
light and dark heliotrope, na y, brown, grey, etc. Regular values
up to  .12.80.   On sale today, e ch    $8 00
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
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 nailed wll lorl
further trouble. We mention he arrival of our complete new st ic_
and we make a claim, the proving of wliich will be cas*-. We know
will-out a doubt that oar Xmas Showing wi llbe larger and more
vailed than shown b\ any st. re in B. C. We have here bun 1 mule
Lace Hankkerchiefs from Belgium, real Irish Luc Handkerchiefs
from Ireland, Swls< Embroidered Linen, baud embroidered and haul
made lace edges. All personally selected in tbe markets of Switzerland, Belgium and Ireland.    Pri ies range from .   for 5c to 80c eacli.
���
Warm and
Cosy Kimonas
Full length and
i"  wi.l,. variety.    |
pearanc.      ...
attractive are I ,
dnish of the
��� an     Bid.   d.
and cotton, the  fl
Is soft and flufl
substantial;     Canadi i
downs  In   heavy     ,.,..   ..    _nJ
light    weight    duck :���.,,,
cloths in  many  _\
Full   LVgth   Kimonas,  |n  ,,|aill
and fancy colors, wltl   Hide roll
over cellars, tar-: |
and heavy thick ���'
Sixes 34 to 42. Ea
16.60,
Misses'     Eiderdown      Kimonas,
Each Sir'.
Cardinal,   sky,     mauve     Eider-
dofl ri    Kimonas, m ���    ��� ���   ���.
>e.,rs, e ich ��I 7J
Women's  Short   kimona*, EacH
$-.50.
Two   s: e  |.,i   cloths     '
Into  full     si/e I     Kil
man  fleece an I  Can tdl n Gah
fleece Eiderdo* u   a e i   ti I
in nice patterns and atl
< olora, made wil i lo
backs, all sizes   e i 'h ���
NEW   FALL   -BUTTERICK  FASHIONS"  AND   DELINEATORS   NOW ON SALE.    ASK TO SEE THEM.
1
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Cadbury's (hocolates
Put up In a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed for
I. A. MU R & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westn.Inster, B.C.
Adams
Phone 92
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
SEND YOl'lt ORDERS TO
TO BE CLEANED AND DYED
BY THK MOW AND PER"
FECT PROCESS.
We have wide exj��rience In
Cleaning and Dying.
Machinery and skilled work
people, in fact we have every
facility at hand to give you tho
HEST  WORK FOR  THE
LEAST MONEY.
Gowns    and    Costumes, Gents'
Suits,  Gloves,  etc,
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will-call for and deliver
goods.
������������������������������������������������������������������������_>��������������������������������������������������������"*+*+1
SSftJfeS 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 473
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| Some Special Snaps  j
��
*
*
*
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of this  property.    $350  each.   Terrrt.
10 lots extending from Fli st to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furfii-
Iture   to  sell?   See   me or
ring up No. 275,
*********************      ADVERTISE   IK   THE   DMLY   NEW.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast o
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
y
P. BURNS' MARKET
-     '   .        New Westminster
Columbia Street
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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