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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
m*TZ, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
I
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TYPEWRITERS
'""Standard   Make  $5  Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
FRIDAY  MORNING, NOVEMBER IS, 1910.
PRICK  FIVE  CENTS.
gjUMER IDEA
US�� U VANCOUVER
ENGINE LEAVES TUCK      SPIRAL6LIDE ENDS
ON CHILLIWACK LINE
IN DEATH FOR AVIATOR
- C'. H
. Jtt-Klfl
���  .   Hnn  of   Boards    of
���federation Ui
Trade is Now Scheme of
Termini City.
in
I,,, a mania for It'll-
ft"m0���g toe board* ol trade and
associations  oi   the    main-
closaly    along the
vere lai l  down  by  the
commissioner when he call-
meeting of the repre-
tm, t. B, Traffic Interrupted for Six
Hours���Conductor and Brake-
man   Injured.
HIGH POWER WIRES
MAV BE REMOVED
WILL BE ALMOST MIRACLE
IF AGED RUSSIAN RECOVERS
1 trade ha
Ihe M��>
,n parts of the Fraso
A Blight accident occurred yesterday on the B. c. E, It. Chilflwack
line near Sardia, No. 526, one of the
steam engines employed on ballast!
service by the construction departmenl of the company, left the rails
and tore up the track,
Conductor Aldcroft and Brakeman
Moore, wbo were riding In the engine
at the tin e i eci ived minor Injui lee
which  will  not  Incapacitate them for
m  than a few days.   The engineer
and firemen escaped unscathed.    The
e ��Ident   happene I   ab< ul    noon,  but
owing to the way the engine hed fallen across  the track,  the line  was
cleared  until after six o'clock in
Ralph Johnstone's Machine j
Fails at Altitude of
Feet - Gruesome Scenes.
500
evening.
The   accident   was   caused     by
side md of the engine breaking.
There see
(ration a
a>iicit. a
[Ild   Following
ines which
jjbiicity
together
^atlVrMentl'.   "the  Vancouver  hoard
'uow   heen   seized   wk.i
that a federation of all tne
T'nf trade in  the  lower  main-
Jftjfol Vancouver island should
'nfut as set forth in a letter,
,'.   m read al las.  nights meet-
*t the local  board, is  to call a
^L of delegates Hon, Vancouver,
ffvancouver, South    Vancouver
Tand Burnaby  and   discuss  the
Sion,   H  was proposed  to  have
^meeting In Vancouver on Novem-
,. informal lunch In the
���������;���,,;     vfter some discussion
.; ,    uusby and Secretary Wade
...        I to go to the meeting.
...     .., Lusby  remarked  that it
e thing over again
ulng that the Vancouver proposil
m similar to the one advanced and
irtidlv carried  to a  conclusion  by
let Wesl  ���    ,:   and    the    Fraser
'lV,   | ards ide.    He said that
,-oiild not I '��� able to attend the
IM);r,g and was given power to ap-
ll ���'���
wanted to be    ire
....        |.1 aol  be two b tsoi i.i-
<:���������  \ -m-on- _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
| v., i similar to l ,
��� i d ol '  ������ 	
I '":  ln|    Taco     .  Nov.  1T.-A.  li.  I'-'-:
The Dredging  Problem. '  ' " tlce ol
toother  meeting wUsli will be of j peace bj one lone ballot���the onlj
i a I   for the po3itl u oul   ol  the
Possibility That Obstruction
to Navigation Will be Laid
Under Water.
Denver, Nov. IT.���With one wing
tip of his machine crumpled like a
piece of paper, Ralph Johnstone, the
brilliant, young aviator, holder of the
wm Id's altitude record, dropped like j
a plumb from a height of BOO feet into '
the enclosure at Overland Pari; aviation fie'd and was instantly kille-.l.
When the spectators crowded ahout
the enclosure reached  him  his body
lay beneath the engine of the biplane
with the white planes that had failed
.   him in his time of need wrapt ed aho it
not...,,., ,       ,
it like a shroud.
Nen ly every  hone 1
broken.
Cool  to the  Last.
!e   had   gambled   with   death   once
The first ray of hope of overcoming
the difficulty created by the erection
of the high tension wires ovei- the
Fraser river bridge became visible at
Tolstoi's    Strong    Constitution     May
Carry Him Through, but Attendants Not Optimistic.
ENGINEER EOIIS A
BOLD TRAIN THEFT
Asapova, Russia, Nov. IT.���Although
hope ha3 not yet been given up. the
attendants of Count Tolsioi recognize
his life is in the balance and that although the strong constitution of the
great Russian has carried him through
other grave struggles against disease, bis system has become so weak-
Man Believed Insane Throws
Consternation in Ranks of
Passengers.
the
the
the meeting of the hoard of trade laat|^Jf Jad'wi". oart
night, when the announcement was
made by the secretary that he had Interviewed F. R. Glover, of the B, C, E.
It., and had Ik en told by him that
he would have his engineers investi-
Red Cross Seals Ready Soon.
New York, Nov. -IT.���Red Cross
seals, replacing stamps sold for several years in aid of the antituberculosis campaign and used extensively
on letters during the holiday season,
will be available this year on and after December 1, ll was announced
here today.
too often, but he played the tame
to tlie end. fighting cooly and grimW
to tne lasl second to regain bdntrol
of his broken machine. Fresh from
his  Lriumph at  Belmont  Park, where
GETS ONLY ONE VOTE,
BET WINS TBE OFFICE
Candidate    Maintains    Ballot    Wasn't
His   Own   and   Is   Declared
Elected.
matlon  of the lungs, from which  he
is  suffering,  it   was  the  temperature
gate the feasibility of laying the high Which gave cause for anxiety; now it
power wires under water. hg tv,e heart.
This  suggestion   was   made   at   the      T)lp  patient's  temperature  was  not
his body was|tlme tlie fi,st difficulty arose, but was  particularly high today, but the hea t
generally discarded as unfeasible tor actiori was extremely bad.   Tolstoi also"-e  leason or another.    Last night
everyone   seemed   to     he     optimist! -.
Secretary Wade stated,   that   Government  Engineer  Keefer  regarded  the
sr-! pme as feasible, and A. E   White
read a letter from Portland, in whicn
ms  inumpn  at   neimoiu   nm,   w.c.c  tt was stated that the Portland Power
he had broken the world's record for  and Traction company had five 10,001
altitude  with  a  flight   of  9,714  feet, j volt cables and several smaller power
Johnstone attempted to give the thour cables un^er the Willa ��ette river.. ___ __ 	
sands or spectators  who stood with I    The mention  of  tha question  was | Tolstoi some form of Christian burial.
craned necks to watch him an extra Hie occasion for a general revival of
thrill  with  his most daring  feat, the the why and wherefore   of the heP'1 ���
spiral  glide  which    had    made    the ,of the wires in the flrst place.   Seer
Wright aviators  famous.      Tlie spe-- tary  Wade  stated  that he had  into
tators  gol   their thrill,  but    it.    cost viewed Harbor "Master Shiles and was
Johnstone his lif2. firmly  convinced  that   he  had    good
Tbe  fatal   flight   was    the    second  authority for fi.xinc the height of the!
Johnstone  had   made  this  afternoon, wires at the present height.
In the first high' when he was in the]    President    Lusby     lemarkel    that
air with Hoxey  and Brookins, he had  there was no doubt    that  Mr. Shiles  B
tone through  his usual  program    of Iliad made a mistake end had, owing
di]   lng an! glides witli his machine, to erroneous  information,    made    an
apparently    under    perfect      control, erroneous repoit. and he thought that |
Then Johnstone rose again, and after  Mr. Shiles ought to make another re-'
Montesano, Nov.IT.���Robert Stubbs,
;i vnitrie m.-m thought to he insane,
tiled to steal a passenger train at
the Northern Pacific depot In this cit/
last. night.
,    When train No. 3:22, which arrives-
responded sj  here  at  6:41   p.   m,  pulled  into  the
feebly  to  restoratives that  it would|station the engineer end fireman both.
be almost a miracle lf he recovers.
In   thr��  first  stages   of  the   inflam-
got off and were working under the
engine, when Stubbs jumped into the
cab and threw the throttle wide open.
Tlie engineer and fireman hearing tlie
Steam rush into the boxes, jumped
from under and barely escaped with
their lives and jumped on the engine
as it started to rush by and brought .t
a*.a.~,** -m.. ���    --. to a standstill.    Btubbs jumied off as
temated part of the time between un-  socm as  he 0peried .the throttle.    He
consciousness  and   delirium. was   caught   later  at  Gate   City   and
A dispatch from St. Peteisburg says brought heie and lodged in jail in de-
that the Holy Synod has been hurriedly convened to discuss the advisability of rescinding the excommunication of Count Tolstoi. The premier
has urged upon the members of the
synod tiie urgency of tiie ease, point
fault" of $1,000 ball. People getting
off and on the train were tnrown rigut
and lelt by the sudden stuttir.g ot
the cars.
synoa tue urgency  ui  mc ure, ,.*,.....
lng out the consequences of refusing  SMOKE OVERCOMES CREW
���    ���    ��� uiueiu    DrtAT   **** s\Ti**-_ts\Z
���i j SCOTCHMEN TO UNITE
BBOIHEIOOB SOCIETIES
WHEN  BOAT CATCHES FIRE
.
circles of the course to galnjporl  to the  government   stall ������
^^^^^^^^^^^^-^^^���t     th,
fooV  he  had  made  a  mistake ln the   fit  I
Victoria, Nov. IT.���With silk to thn
value of over a million and a half dollars, and the first shipment of Japanese oranges of this season, tne Hlm-
press of China arrived tonight, bring-
^ma^****a^***a^****a^***a^****a^***a^      ing  news   that   the   steamer  Admiral
  iOlry, of the Chargeurs Reunis, was on
'��� fire at Singapore, and was badly dam-
C. Provincial Organizations Signify  aged.
Several of the crew were overcome
and had narrow escapes. The most
damage was to the bunkers and fore-
hob'., loaded mostly with rice and
maize.
Willingness
No "Mac'
to   Amalgamate���
i" |n Candidates.
th
on
101
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'stU] ���   end!  ,        :       i  bask  Place.    He would thus do Ws besi -
;-; irde anda     '   reach. ' I  -  re tlfy   en  error    which  hart caused
,.    , ....       h    lvehe Btar}�� i  considerable   loss  to  New    Westmln-
IED
Ibtt-_ 1 i \. s   Westmlnstei   �� I
���' """ 22' when dele-                      precinct at I
i.,  hna.nd   and   Po nl
I di   will com.    .    ���    eral election,
i. .,   og   p ,  ��� i ���       Tl ������ (    No  candidates  for  I
; ittee   will   rei re en! | ,r,   ,. i  ,m  the  bi Hot,
_ ��� -;,,,!. ird   ttl   the
f         ��� ��� btirdiisius^ttisss
leer of the Ricu-lofflclaia oiu not
ie offi e  were
on  the   banot,    but    Butler a
:.    ������ was written in i    a fib n ',. who
I; boards   waa   i
I hi-;.
whal ih   thought  thai  the
Sl
of anvone as j;:.-ti.'o
Butler  appealed    to  the    super o-
court today, and Judge Easterday or-
e attention  of tte^iocaV'bowd dered the K���0���*^}���^ ** .
ed to the imp)  vemenl  and wamlned.   Ofth   i ���'���;,��    .
'f the  river, lest one  had   voted ^ B justiw  or t
ll ,   er, divhlitu- Its atten.|pea��; and that  one was
Mis betwcei   the devil anl the deep ,r'",
i   the   gro,md.     He
I ������   tan       al  the depth of water
���-   ��� v.as not satisfactory.
i'   ���   ���  to 'las  Secretary    Wade
itportei ���   ���    eh is hei I a consull i
with Do  inion  Govern m nl   En-
Iflw-r Keefei   and  had  been  told  by
Ul a depth of sKteen
.'icads al extreme low
The court declared him duly oh m :
an-.! directed th.e auditor to Is le a
certificate.
Butler says he did not vote for himself, either. 1'" holds the record for
iaii elective office in Pierce county, If
not   the
can.
state.    Butler Is a  Republic
I fan 8
In e and W. H   Qilley
lide] -heir
KMi s n
hli   spiral  glide,    lie was thi n at an
����* altitude ol  aboul  800 feet.    Wiih liis
;-  pli  ies tilted at a.l angle of about '?0
degrees, he swepl down iti a narrow
cli   e   the aeropli at   . ��� ������ alng to turn
t In   ll 5   OM D   li ncilh.
Planes Fold Up.
t| be started the Becond circle the
n I Id e  -pur whidi braces tlie left Bide
ol the lower plane gave way and the
wing   tips  of   both   upper   and   lower
planes folded  up as though they had
'��������������� " hinged,   For a second Johnstone
attempted to right the piar.e by warping   the   other   wing   tip.       Then   the
horrified   spectators  saw    the    plane
swerve     like   :.   wounded     bird     and
plung straight toward the earth.
Fight fer Souvenirs.
Scarcely   bad   he   hit    tho    ground
'when  sensation-aad   men  and  women
swarmed over the wreckage fighting
with one another tor souvenirs of tho
terrible accident.
One of the wooden stays had thrust
���Its jagged end almost through John-
st:ne's body.    Before doctors or po-
the  K^enp one  man
ster and   which   authorized  the  i   i i
tlon of an obstructi :v  I -  n --' I atloti
The matter was lefl  i. the hands of
the navigation committee.
BRISBAN
I TO BE  PO
CN   PACIFli
MA
Brisbane.    Nov.    17.���Protests
Brisbane commercial men against
Victoria.   Nov.   IT.���To   ;.. a'gamate
all  th.e  Scottish  societies   of    British   MICHAEL.    Fr.ASER    CAN
Columbia so as to form a Scottish -   - WHEN   HE   GOT   MAf;?.l
der in the prevlnce Is the aim of the! 	
local society an.l In furtherance of thej    Toronto, Nov. IT.���In a   Judgement
Bcheme favorable teplles have already covering thirty-five'closely  type-wrtt-
been receives  from all rae branchea ten  page-   Mr. Justice BrW   .   ..olds,
in  the province.     it Is  proposed '���; that Michael Eraser is not at the pres-
j hold a provincial convention nexl s-im- enl time Insane,
mer when the idea will probably takei    Th.e courts may yet bave   to  deal
l_l%)!?  definite share. Thc convent! in ��� i 1 ha
enlivened by a provincial field meet.-
a dinner and possibly by   a concert.
The  nnnn'al   dinner  of
of.
anv!
service between Australia and Canada
excluding Brisbane as a port of call,
have borne fruit To the recommendation of Canada for a Bervice vi i
Auckland the Commonwealth replied.
."Brisbane must he a porl of call." j
| The cabinet is now considering ...
direct Canadian-Australian service independent of New Zealand.
The annual dinner of tlte Io:-a! St.
Andrew's society in connection witli
th.e brotherhood of Victoria   will   be
with thc Question es to whetiier lie
\.,is sane at the time of his marriage.
wl Ich his relatives are seeking to
lune declared a nullity on the ground
that he was not mentally capable cf
making   a   valid   marriage.        he   i.
towards lhe bay, bul the matter was
referred to the transportation com-
I'nittee for report.
Steamship Service.
The ever-fresh question of a decent |
Bteamship  service  between   here
,.,       Victoria   was   again   brought   up
,p08lUon coule, was osked whether the service
���ng on.    More  wil,   be  Heard  ��li^^-,?^^��E?h2? ^S-dMr. ICidi iron, cob,
en thi  meeting is held,"�����*r' ..,,���, boat was
ac-
fhei  v Ha ,-itdng of its own
J i'as a more feasible i
1 ���   nc tbo government Is now
ore   will   be  beard  on
ents to the support
nil's statements, all claim-
W 'hai ��� ��� naiurul cba inei which
Uu
ford u
fin
*0!
the
w'fce board fit trade room next Tues
h)     I,,;,
Endor����  Cood   Roads  Scheme.
��� *'���'' om Ide business rv-ne In when
pf1'11-'- bi ard of trade asked tli ���
lo endorse a resolution
mitlontm i,, , ,'vernmenl for aid lu
'" I  i   Moving    the    Clover
; I ie  idea   l.-ing  that  tint
road  ur-ed  to conned
ihe    great      highway
\: ' ���* Btate of Wn* mtgt u
��� aii. iua opinion or (lie
nto- i -~*******i *********
li e  could   reach  the  scene one  	
had torn this splinter from the crush- players.    ..���,.  _.
ed   and   manglld  body   and  ran   glee- by.  Craig,   Borland.  Sawyers,    Shaw
fully   away,     carrying     liis    horrible
trophy   with   the  aviator's  blood   s iii ; ^" ���- . --.  ^^^^^^^^
m I dripping  from its end.    Frantic, the Players are requested ;to report at too
K. ��� crowd tore away the canvas from over  P��''k  not   later than  half    past    two
his body and  fought,    for    tlje  verv o'clock, so
'   *     Johnstone's nicked
ments have already   been   completed,
the dinner heing held at the Empress
hotel, the dining room of which has
jbeen ;Iaced at the disposal of the society for the evening in question.
A  regular meeting of the   society
^^^^^^^^���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ was held la^t evening af.er which the
Queens   park   on   Saturday  afternoon. \vp-cs  anr*  ladv  f;jends  of  the  mem-
will   he   selected   from the following, bers we..e entertained to a dance. Ue-
Sampher, Lyons, Bruce. Kir-(freghmenta   wore   served   during   ti.e
evenin
held on November 30, and from pres- eighty years of age an 1 worth $so.0OO.
ent arrangements it promises to be the ' He married Hannah Mae Roberts, of
most successful in the history cf the Dundee, a young lady of thirty, hist
local   institution,   which   during   the January.
present year has added no fewer than i ______������_
150 to its membership.    All arranre-
LEE LOST. ^���
Material for Strong Team.
Tbe Rovers football team, wliich
to   play   against  the    Hibernians
111
���gloves    that    protected
to   make   one
cross, McAllister. Ke"guson, Smith, T The nomination of officers for the
Brh-bane, Caydzien anl Len Turnbull.' ensuing year has resulted in the following name? being submitted: President, T. .1. Braysliaw and W, Walker, first vice president, T. Withers.
second vice president, J. F. Wilson,
financial secretary. A, Manson. recording secretary, J. Ewlng, tre .surer,
M. R. Todd.
that the team may be
'plcke'd in time to liave a workout bo-
,forc the game starts.
jl^VSt5 "fji^aJ ENGLISH PARLIAMENT Tfl    isWEEPING CHANGES IN
CISSOLVE IN ELEVEN BAYS| NEW YORK POLICE SYSTEM
ie ii lard that government
i- granted to soa-t road
'       rt connection    with    the
,r               I wey, but thev dil nol
,',,'."          ' purl ol ihi   tesoliition ie-
' '  particular road.
till -
Mo
v
ih
'��� i   ��� i
Thli
'liar lo that  followed by
1    I. Wl i n the matter came tin
frostier,.,!) in
one trip." The secretary of the i
board will interview the managers of |
the company and ascertain jusi what j
their intentions as to a permanent'
service, are.
\ resolution from tbo Victoria board
of trado asking the governmenl to as-
jsume control of all the main wagon
roads In the province and keep them]
uniform and in goo i order was en-
dot si-1 by the local hoard.
Transportation   Bureau.
Tl ore   wns   Borne  discussion   on   b
projeel to form a bureau of transported in, a sola ; ��� I leb  was advanced by the Vancouver hoard of tra-lo
��� iin- Hue ac.o.   'i he Ide i la to hav e
lhe bureau separate and distinct  trom i
ll  oi her commercial    and    publicity '
-  *��� .,-m ..i-,ibahly
Iri9b    Leiders    Will    3c    Ea:i.ed    by
American Dollars In Coming Elcc-
t on���Cudjet  Ma/  Pass.
1/uiilon    Nov.   IT,���An     _ppa tl
Inspired etttemcnl Issuei today flxoa
.Novel ihor -js as the late for the di-
i iii.tion of parliament
The governont, ii  i.
to pass the bu'.lget
to the country
measure is
of Commons
Rugby  Match   SEturday.
A  rugby  match  between the Westminster and    the    Vancouver    High
schools, will  be    played    at    Moody
t*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Squaic on  Saturday afternoon, when
Ithe   local   team     will   take   the   Hell
Long  Expected  Shake-up  Is  Now  Ac- as  f���i0WS:   Coal,  Doe. I ill;   fullbacks,
iRobertson. Wilson:   half backs.  Kiu-
Mayor Defeated at Conservative Convention at Nelson.
Kelson,  .,ov.  17.��� ihe    probability
that  the Hon. Richard McBride wii*
before many  years seek higher  honors was semf-off.oially suggested heie
this afternoon in a speech by lion. Vv'.
R. Ross, the youngest member of the
provincial cabinet, at the foutth  annual convention of tlie B. C. Conservative association.    The following officers were elected:    Hon. presidents,
R. L. Borden and  Richard  McBride.
president. W. W. Foster, Revelstoke;
first  vice  president,  W.  M.   McKay**
Vancouver, second vice president, Osborne Plunkett, Vancouver; secretai---,
J. 1. "Williamson; tieasuie,-, H. L. Edmonds, Westminster.
I    J.  A.  Lee,  mayor  of  Westmjnstb.*,
was   defeated   for   the   second     vice.
presidency.
- - - - .   j
LOGGER  GETS $1,100  "OR
LOSS OF THREE FINGERS'-
compl'.siied���Detectives       r
Longer Errand Runners.
.. asserted, plana
before   appealing
Debate on the t'.scal
irbceedlng In the Homo
^^^^^^ while     th.e     Lands   lire
llstonlng to the argument on the veto
bill.
New Vork. Nov, 17.���The shake-up j
in the police department, predicted MA.
ever since Mayor Qaynor took office,
came today. Th.e change:-! me-J.8
Strike at tlie foundatta.i of the poll e
departmenl
Ison, Robertson, Davis, forwards, E,
|,l. Wllkie. Maxwell, M. Wllkie, Corby
land d'Easum!   The game, which starts
at half past two o'clock, will be rei-
ereed by Pied ���' Qderson.
81GN PETITION
TO  REPRIEVE  Cl
IPPEN
��� ti:
and   place  the entire
tei tive  force on  n  new  fooling.
Beginning Saturday, there will  be
no more branch detective bureaus In
any of the boroughs except Brooklyn,
report  to  Cap
London, Nov. 17.���Solicitor Arthur
Newton has secured several thousand
signatures to a petltloi: for a reprieve
for Ids client. Dr. Hawley Ctippen,
sentenced to die for tbe murder of his
wife, the actress, Belle Elmore, lt. -s
probable that the petition will be presented  to   Home  Secretary  Churchill
Vancouver,   Xov.   17.���A   verdict  of
$1,100  was  given by  a special  Jury
yesterday afternoon in favor 01  urns,
(dalneck, a logger whose Angers weie
crushed while working i.i anders in .-;
logging camp up the north coast this
summer.   The verdict was against the
Vancouver  Timber and Trading  company,   woo   weie   alleged   to    it     tao.
owners of the camp, though  tie   le-
fence  was  that  Anderson    wa^  only
getting out lugs under contract for the
company.
MONTANA   RANCHERS  SELL
STOCK TO PRAIRIE FARMERS
��n>, Rt ""' board use its lntli-
O, '' l;-''in; the provincial gov-
(fan.!' ",,,,n" the tax and license
v,.,!,"1 estra-provlriclal companies
"     in British    Columbia.
was   referied     to     the
T, '*' "!��� ate
__���      ���   I        mm__^_���
r*-,,,  ttnl  commeroQ
l^''1;''''" fo��imUnlca<
rent
commiUee   for ; ��'nl   '"'  '���,���..,
' mnster-gonera
bc-oni'ig members of the
FT, Ryall renorted on t'-e question cf
tbe governmenl paying the si reet railway   faro   bf   the    postmert.      The
veie   no   new   developments
sltuailo.i  and  the facts of th
cferrod direct  to  the    po-u-
Detectives   no   longci   --, ow����-
tains of precincts or to Inspectors of  today.
iii--:i.is  hut to a lieutenant captain ol ,       __________________     .   ,     ,
u    a    vinni,  dollar and  tho I detectives   who  will   be    directly  re- Bih,4 Reading in Que*, sland Schools.
e
In  the
malt.'-
tl.
"1 b
.. in which tnig it
1  i ortnnc*. but on which
' ' berg were
plasty dec'-
noui-,
" 1
lilt
not prepared    to
on hist nleht. was
the Winnipeg board of
body   wished   the   New
"'"'    board  of trade to fo--
sointlnna to tho Dominion gov-
m"i'i-!   It   to   pro'.'cd   with
ro;i,i "s'n"'<i':i of a government rail-
Id, '�� Hudson Bay, " i�� road to he
u,0.. "' tbe railroads who wished to
.t, ,'( " v���'���". the opinion of se- ���-: 1
Hon ��.j "' na' hoard that the resolu-
' ni(,r',H " '''"-'iy attack on gome ont*
'e fallroads which are at pres-
Westmi:'-
bo made
���*""a 1,1
the
Steps wlll I e taken to Iind out when
t'e  Itovai  Commission  tn Technical
Education   will be In New
stoi-  and  arrangements  wll
to entertain the members
The chairman of the publicity com.
mtitee   was  appointed  the  board  of
���le'n  rouresentallve   at     the *
of   the   Kraser
gfuS2�� ��gJ-f'-f��;;;;! ^T20V;^V*i..^ the second
<" the an?."a1 Ti on     �� NoSnshan dei.   commissioner, William Flynn.
(OTtlw A8tf;u'1;;.   rhadiVi'i nils' !    In short, the plain clothes men. the
today' - p=Si tiras Sfrtty^sffiW^
Lethbrldge, Nov. 17.���Not having
sufficient teed to last tbtougn u c
winter, many Mantana sheep raneere
m^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_ a'e selling their stock to ranchmen
ing for Bible reading ln the state jU Alberta and Saskatchewan.
schools of Queensland has passed the | LHSt month 15,000 sheep were ship-
state parliament pert 0ver tbe border through Coutts,
Alberta.
INDIAN   MOONSHINERS.
hand-
member
don, and former
fovemmctit boa.^^^^^^^^
lS,renmv^l^-'''   who,   wit,
tb,   Sold  of  foreign   .nllUonalres.  ,,
!SrM to dictate our destines.
Assaulted at Labor Meetlnfl.
r-ostbn.   Nov.   17.���Robert   Boon
Natives of Alaska Determined to Have! Martin is Candidate.
Their Firewater. |    Winnipeg,   Nov.   17.���K.   D.   Mattftr
Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 10��.���The gov- today announced himself as a candl-
einment   la taking vigorous  steps to date for the lmiyorality, in Opposition
suppte8B the liquor tradio among the of Comptrollers Waugh und  Harvey.
&K-h^ST��  Ma^hi  is  the nominee cf  the  SO-.U1,
prominent   labor   leidc;   and     former I Indians.     I'cniuers   na\��   m��i   t..^.^
president of the Scottish Clans of Bos-1cuted and put out cf business    and  reform party.
ton, Is deal Ot a hpspltal here as    J  attempts are being made at moonshin- j  ���
result,  the police  say, of an  assault .lng among the native..    Deputy mar- Sousa   Is  Better,
commllte 1  upon him at a  meeting e.   shals are searching for stills repotted      New Haven, Conh., Nov. 1"
'������   **"  ���'"   niwi'ntlnn   near   the   Indian   H.  Sousa, bandmaster and co
or
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H'C'lh.
l8 the (wnstructi90 of lines jipljh;!
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
Ff:lDAY, NOVEMBER
18.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
ED���POSITION ON FARM, 1
rears experience In general farming.    Address  ll.  N.,    care    Daily
IVANTED���TO RENT, FIVE OR SIX
room bouse, furnished. Must bo
close to business distiict. State
price and particulars. Box M., Dally
News.
WANTED���SMART
tor. Apply Royal
Columl ia st.
MAN AS SOLICI-
Citv Dye Works,
���A   WAITRESS   AT   ROV-
Hotel; eldetly pei son pie-
tf
WANTED���A FIRST CLASS FURNISHED room, with or without
board. Apply Bos 81, Daily News
Ci!if-e.
TEAMSTER WANTED
wagon. Apply James
iij'.n, Front St.
TO
atid
DRIVE
McClug-
WANTED���BY A YOUNG SCOTCH-
rnan a position on a ranch. Apply
Box   10  Daily   News  Office.
NAVAL   SERVICE   OF   CANADA.
Notice Concerning Tenders for Victuals for the Naval Service.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, endorsed "Tenders
for Victuals" and accompanied by a
i ertifi sd che iue for 10 per cent cf
the amount of the tender, will be le-
celved up till noon on Wednesday,
November 30, at the Department of
the Naval Service, Ottawa, for the
supply of the following commodities,
to be delivered at the Naval Dockyards at Halifax, N. S. and Esquimau, B. C, Beans, (haricot) Chocolate, Flour, Jam, Mann,'.lade, ��Meat.
preset-, ed (Cornel Reef, Mutton.
Brawn), Milk, condensed. Mustard.
Oatmeal, Marrowfat Peas. Split Peas,
Pepper,   Salt,   Suet,   Sugar,   Vinegar,
jTea. Coffee, Rice and Raisins.
The  period  of  contract   to be   for
one year from December1 1st, 1910
���    Forms of tender may be had   from
the undersigned.
Unauthorized   publication   of   this
Notice will not be paid  for.
G. J.  DESBARATS.
.Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department  of  the  Naval
'Ottawa,  October  25th,  1910.
GOULDIIiRITE fRAUDS
RIVEAIED AI ENQUIRY::";;:;:;;;
chases by the king,'!
Burning and retainin;
managed to deceive
Official Made Big Purchases
of Goods Not Needed in
Printing Bureau.
printer. By as-
such control he
the staff of the
eneral accountant and the
of state as to his methods
,f doin . business. In this he was assisted by defective bookkeeping In
the stationery branch, as well as by a
distrlbuli in of his parch, ses am mg
storehouses outside tho bureau. But
the persons mentioned were not -the
onlv ones whom he deceived. At a
time when, as after c.i nts proved, he
and we always use Up the full quantity
Of any special line oi paper.
Q, In that respect you have tlie
advantage over a  private concern?
A.     Yes
Q. Which would have to fill the order exactly as taken?
A.    Exactly.
Q. Going through your stack, In
Bat paper, for example, have >*ou any
I [ea   how   much   you  have   on   your
lo
di
from our transactions
meats to cover tl e
the departments   a
above the cosi ol oui
the    expense    of
customs   biokera,
of thing,
Q.   And to meel depr,
We keep a lit tl
sufficient to co ���
ind.
rt.
j
' ��� ...
freight,   ini
le  and  all
i rt
A
bine
that
an i '.ve
em of
shelves that  would  be obsolete? i}    ]n .    _
A,   At  the stocktaking which  took reference to
.   place  at  the   end   of   lasl    March.   1 j ,re   ��� ,.
aged In dishonest buying and fn|,,. , nothlng bul a ,1:, :kage of -
which
NAVAL     SERVICE      OF     CANADA.
WANTKD���A   CHILDREN'S   NURSi-
for four months     Apply  Mrs.    Dr
.lores. 4S Royal avenue.	
__       ������ ^^
vie
Notice      Concerning       Tenders      for
Clothing ar.d   Kit for tha  Searr.en
of  the   Naval   Service.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
:the    undersigned, endorsed "Tenders
Ottawa, Nov. IT.���The truth as to
the ease cf !���'. S. Gouldthrite, ;he former Bupeilntendent of stationery In
the Printing Bureau, who committed ^]H-i[
suicide in July last, is the sensational '
feature of the report ol Hon. Charles
Murphy to the Governor-General
which  has just  been  made public.
Jt is quite apparent therefrom that
the dead man had been carrying on
secret deals with a number of American business houses for a number of
years, aud that he might liave con-
Service, i tinned to do so had it not been for the
determination of Mr, Murphy to make
his department a business one,
ducted upon business principles.
The one tiling to tlie credit of ou
country, Is that, in no ease, so fa
lias theie been any trace of ". i.:t
in  Canadians' dealings with the gov-
had heavily overstocKed ms Drancu, paper v]li,.i, pa,i curled, Possibly,
he api eared before the sub-committee having been kept too long, the* gum
of the  house of commons appointed h_d d|.k,;, ,,n, ,.1Itlo<1 lhe paper.   The
value did not amount tn more than $3
or  i'l.  and  we  have  sufficient    profit.
K��m bands, for Instance
6  '' " !ti i:>   Wit.
depi
���
A.    W
ties aa we
buy
for the purpose of i e^ istng
anee sheet of the  Dominion,
WANTED ��� SMALL RANCH,
proved, with buildings, in the
fatty of New Westminster. Full for Clothing and Kit accompanied by
narUculars to Vancouver Brokerage samples and a certified cheque for 10
Land   62 Hastings street east. per cent of the amount of the tender,
'will be received up till noon on Wednesday.   November   30,   1910.  for  the
FOR SALE. | following contracts:
1. Eor the supply of���Boots, l"ni-
i-'OR SALE���FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, form Badges and Buttons, Underwear,
modern, full-sized lots on Sixth ave- Socks, Stockings, Jerseys, Comfort-
nne; good location. Price $2300, on ers, Cholera Pelts, Leggings, White
���easy terms. Jos. Travers, Real Es- \ Shirts, Collars. Towels. Blankets,
tate" Auctioneer and Valuator, Wai- Heds Bed Covers, Knife Lanyards,
V.cr Hlock, Columbia stieet. ! Prush.es   (Tooth,   Hair,   Clothes    and
 " '    '"  Hoot i. Combs (horn).
}'] ������>������'���*���*      2.    Blue   serge,   Duck,   Jean,   Drill,
: Flannel and shirting in the piece.
i vour sto
ernment. All Gouldthrite's Illicit
transactions were cairled on with
American firms and while it is true
that the report shows that there were
Illicit dealings exceeding $90,000, the
government has in hand, in the shape
of cither goods or amounts due the
sum of $23,666; and if tlie American
firms concerned desire to collect that
money they will bave to come to Canada and tell how much they  paid o.'f  ink whil.i, wm)!j ,.,., broken
or  whatever   il
POR    SALE���SIX-ROOM
cottage and large lot on Regina st.
Price $2650, terms. Jos. Travers,
Real Estate Auctioneer and Valuer,
Walker Hlock, Columbia street.
~~" LOTS
Apply
FOR  SALE���TWO    CORNER
on Tenth avenue, $350 each.
Hox IC Daily News.
FOR SALE ��� MODERN 7-ROO.M
bungalow on -1th st; immediate possession. Price $4n0U. easy terms.
Apply National Finance Co. Ltd.
FOR- SALE���TWO LOTS ON TTII
avenue, West End; slashed, price
$650 each. Apply National Finance
Co. Ltd.
.FOR SALE��� 10 ACRES ON SEC. 34,
block .', N. R. 2 W; price $400 per
acre; quick sale. Apply Nation-.1
Finance Co. Ltd.
3. For the making up of the following garments���Tunics. Serge Jumpers
(with and without cuffs). Duck Jumpers, Trousers, (Duck, Serge Cloth)
Overcoats, Monkey Jackets, Shirts,
Flannel Undervests, Seamen's Collars,
Caps, (round and peaked), Cap Covers.  Overalls,  (Combination  Suits).
The jeiiod of contract to be for
one year from December 1st, 1010 for
Articles in Schedules 1 and 2 and
from January 1st, 11*11 for Articles :n
Schedule 3.
Forms of tender may be bad from
the undersigned.
Unauthorized publication of this
Notice will not be paid for.
C. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, October 25th, 1010.
TOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house. In very good coudltlon,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Fronl
Btreet, City.
FOR S.xLE���OX EASY TEAMS, SIX
roomed house and two !ofs- close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Pox 279, City
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
street, Apply on premises for particulars   or 512 Fourth stieet, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COI
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of Now Westminster having by resolution determined ar.d specified that It Is desirable to carry out the following works,
that is to say:
To construct cement eoncre'e Bidewalks, paved roadway, boulevards,
and storm sewers on Third Stieet
from  Royal Avenue to Sixth Avenue.
And that the said work shall be
carried out in accordance with the
provisions of the "Local Improvement General  By-law 1909."
And the City Engineer and City As-'
sessor  having  reported  to the  Coun-;
cil In accordance with the provisions '.
of   the   sail   by-law    upon    the    sail
works giving statements showing the ;
amounts  estimated  to  be  chargeable'
agalnsl   the   various  portions  of  i e-.l.
property to be  benefited by the said
works and other particulars, and the I
sail   reports  of  the  said  City    Knglneer  and  City   Assessor  having  been
adopted hy tho Council.
Notice   Is   hereby    given    that   the]
said  reports are open  for inspection ,
at the office of the city assessor, city |
hall,  Columbia street,  New  Westmln-,
s*er,  B.  C.  and  that  unless   a   petition    against     the     proposed    works j
above  mentioned  signed  by a major-!
Ity of the owners of the land or teal
property  assessed   or  charged  in   respect    of    such    works,  representing
Iat  least one-half  In  value  thereof is:
presented  to  the   Council   within  fit-
, teen  days from  the date of the  first
publication   of  this  notice  the  Coun-j
cil   win   proceed   with   the    proposed I
LOST���A HROWN WATER SPANIEL Improvements  under  such  terms and
,-.t   New  Westminster tram station, conditions as to the payment of thei
f ii  the  nlghl   ot  Saturday,  Novem- cost   of such   improvements   as   the
tirr 5th.    Dog had collar on when Council  may  by  by-law  In  that   be* i
last seen.    Reward for same.   Com-  half regulate and determine and also
for the rake-off
Tie called.
Have   to   Tell.
Certain  it  is that  not  one   cent of
i this money will be paid until the principals  of  the   American   firms   come
'.here and tell what  they know.
it develops In the course of tiiis
remarkable history of "a good mango-
ling wrong" that lie did business with
two firms in New York, which never
'existed, and that both seller and the
|purchaser took advantage of the tariff
Ito the finest .'egree.
In   his  report  to  council   upon   the
affairs of the Printing  Bureau,  Hon.
'Charles Murphy, after remarking that]
"the worst offender, thc late superintendent   of  stationery,  by   his   flight
I from  Ottawa,  before the  facts  in  his
ci se were fully known   esci pi i  punishment  for  th.e  time  being,  only  to
meet  a more terrible fate at   his own
hands a few days later.' continued:
He   Deceived   Everybody.
The late superintendent   -f   stationery  had  grown   up  In  th.e branch   of
whh-h he ultimately became the head.
He ap; ears It have had sole control
of the purchases made by that branch,
-and nothing is known about such pur-
the bai
an.i  on
29,   1909,   gave   evidence   from
th.e following is an extract:
By    Mr.  An->es.
q.   m   connection   with    your   flat
papers,   for   example,   have    you   any
that are obsolete, that  are of   sizes
you cannot use?
A.    We are very careful In purchasing to' keep as close as  we possibly
can   to  staple   goods   that   are    used
every day.   Occasionally we might get
paper   Which   has    deteriorated,    and
con"|that we use for scratch pads for scribbling upon.   We cut that paper up and
:'! make it  into pads anl  get  rid of 't
that way.
Q.   How   often   do    you    overhaul
���k and  gel   rid  of   obsoli te
materials?
A. one a year when the auditor-
general c uiies down to take st ick,
Then we are able to pet at the stuff
which is likely to become useless and
dispose of ii as best we can. I might
say in this connection that in my experience of thirty years In the stationery ollice we liave very little stock of
that kind, except  possibly a bottle of
or an Ink-
them   In
use them insid,
orJ^.��j at tl utslde,
I 'Continued on Page a���;,,,.,.   ~~
liBB7HTCT-a^^*rayia^^
un
When You Euy Your Groceries From
C. B. DEANS'
We Bell only the choicest qualities and we don't charge fai
therefore we fan guarantee satisfaction.
ing another top,
sta.nd   up  again
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
tlie Licensing Board for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by letail on the
premises known as the Royal City
Hotel, situated corner of Customs
.House Square and Columbia street,
in the said City of New Westminster
E. PALCH.
New Westminster,  Nov.  15,  1910.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.
ma3r stand which would lose its top���something of that  kind.    Then   we  would
try to replace that inkstand by Becur-
thus putting the ink-
and  making  it   suitable for use. t
i    Q.    But in the matter of paper, what
ti   am   specially   anxious    to   know   is.
I whether a pretty thorough purging i.s
| made once a year at least?
1    A.    Yes.
-  C'^   Whether   you   ,fincl    on    "/our
shelves   any   paper   which    has    been
there the year befoie, or th.e year be-
(or that again?
A.   The    auditor-general    is    very
careful  to call  our  attention   to  anything of that kind,    llis officers come
down there and take Btock with us.
By   the   Chairman.
You take Btock regularly?
Yes:   each  year.
By Mr. Ames.
In case you order a ;; e :lal lim1
of paper from the manufacturer to
make up the hooks, or If there Is boi i-
special order from ono of tiie departments, and yob have a balance lefl
over, what do you with tha! balance?
A Well, if it Is a Bpeclal line of
paper ar.d a department calls for a
certain number of forms���it is customary for the mill to make the gup-
; ly a little over rather than a littlo
under���we ask that department if tt
vvill kindly Increase Its order to use
up the full quantity of paper on band,
and our wishes are can led out in thai
respect. The departments are very
obliging In  meeting  ua  tn that   way,
Q.
A.
Friday  and Saturday Specials
Good   Cooking   Apples  $1.00 per box, or 7  lbs. for   	
Keilogs  Corn   Flakes, 3  packages for      25c
No.  1   Picnic   Hams,  Only 18c   per   in.
Choice   Seeded   Raisins    3   pks   for   25:
Choice   Cleaned   Currants 10;   per  lb.
Lemon  and   Orar.gs   PeeU 15c   per  Ib.
New    Dates     10c   pkg,
New   Figs       5c   p'_.
fancy Creamery Butter, 3 Pounds for $1.00
IT  MUST  BE  GOOD   OUR   NAME   IS  ON  IT I
Flour (Five Roses or lt">al  Household) ...
Flour   Imperial    (a   good   iha'J	
Our  Lest   Coffee,  fresh  ground 10c a pound
Ask  for  sample.
. ..      $1.85 |k
 $1.65   sk
la b delight fui bevei   ���
I
We want your orders-
for your money.
-We want   to   g:ve   you   sitis'action   and  value
415 Columbia Street
AN
Phone 386
__\_____Z__*__\
i
U___m_l____M_2Z2amm*M73m ,
MffafF^agcaaaffiJi^hagra
FURNISHED HED ROOMS TO RENT.
Vi'ilv  713 Trew  "'re.**
BOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Aptly at 2?.3 Sth St.
TO RENT ���NIGEL'S FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business taction.    Apply 129 Tenth
���tr^et
T') LET���FURN18HED ROOMS. AP-
ply ut stalls Trapp hlock. corner
rv%ttin��ht.   M'��i'  and  f'larkson
TO     RENT  --  FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. 7u3 Third avenue. Apply
After 6 p. ni. or hetween 9 a, m. and
E p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columhla
���trftAt
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Hoard for the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
License to sell liquor hy* retail on the
premises known as the Depot Hotel,
situated on corner of Columbia and
Eighth streets, in the said City of
New Westminster.
J.  WISE.
New Westminster, Nov. 15, 1010.
LIQUOR  LICENSE  APPLICATION.
LOST.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
tlie Licensing Board for the City of
N'ew Westminster for a transfer and
renewal of license to sell liquors by
retail on the premises known as the
Cosmopolitan Hotel, situate on Columbia street, opposite C. P, R, depot, In the said city of New Westminster.
j. d. b. Mcdonald.
New Westminster, Nov. 16. loio.
muni cate wltl
416  Loo Bldg
Hemphill Broa
Van io r-'or.
Ltd,
I.O-.T��� A DIAMOND SCARF PIN
last Saturday, hetween Baptist
church and Welsh's Grocery, Kindly leave same at C, A, Welsh's gro
<>*,  store and receive reward.
"i.ti-T���ON SATURDAY, A CHEQUE
for 113.50 on Koyal Bank of Canada. Mindly leave same at XT', Colombia street west and receive reward.
B..OST���BLACK      WAGON     COVER,
waterproof,  between   Blackie  stieet
rmtl George    Cunningham's    black-
to  make assessment.
Dated this sth day of November A.
li., 1910.
VV.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
Date  of   first   publication   the   9th
day of November, 1910.
,*$��$$__*_,   60   YEARS'
smith   shop.
DaOy News.
Kinder   please   notify
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS AND
others take notice that lot 21, city
Mock 28, has heen sold, and lot 11,
city block 27, is hereby withdrawn
from the market.    C. II. Diamond.
NOTICE.
'Tlie undersigned has moved his
Office to 131 (i Cariboo street, where
'lie will conduct the real estate husi-
���M tinder his own name. The office
��n Twelfth street Ib for sale.
D. D  BOURKE-
LIQUOR   LICENSE   APPLICATION.
NOTICE is hereby given that I |n��i
'fend to apply at the next sitting of
the   Licensing   Hoard  for  the  City  if
i New 'Westminster  for a  renewal    of
;ilcense to sell liquors by retail on the)
premises   known   as    the   Merchants'
i Hotel,  situate   at   the  corner  of  Columbia and  McNeely  streets,  in  the
said City of New Westminster.
REUBEN KLLLY.
New Westminster, Nov.  16.  1010.
!fflH^.i^iu��iMi��mi.��*��ia^TagaMi ��� ������u��^'-JMiMM^Hl��lgl?SZ1:-ar
EVENING
CLOTHES
Did you ever have a touch of Evening Suit anxiety ? Pretty
fierce isn't it ? Our Evening Suits are above criticism. They
make a man feel his own worth, give him ease, spirit, confidence.
They impress others.
All the little details of elegance are worked into our Evening
Olotnes. They fit perfectly. You'll feel just a bit better than
the other fellow in one of our made-to-measure Evening Suits.
Dress Suits - - $25.00 to $32.50
Made-to-measure Dress Suits $30.00 to $55.00
Dress Vests        - - $2.50 to $5.00
All the correct things in Shirts, Ties. Collars and other Full
Dress haberdashery.
Trad* Wr.nKS
Dr��SIGN3
COPYaiGHTU Ac.
_tirnnnneTii'.lrig h fkntcli ��nj flrpcrlpilrm i.mj
. ilrtOT r.S'irrti.iti  our 0|>intr.n froo WIIOtuOT M
invention in pruhniiiy rm_Hitnhi��\ Communion.
t'.nr,ii'irlctlT''onfli1<!iiMnl. HANUSOtlK "n 1'i.tent*
l��jnt Iroi. Oldest itfanfi. for Bi*curln. pt. ontA.
.SUDtl lakiin tiTim.ti Munn A Co. roortlTO
tptctnl nolle', without, ObifW, tntlio
deMfic JStnerican.
_ hiiudBomyiy Hlusirntid wcduiy. J/irp��8t clr-
QifttiOD of aXrtf lotontlflo jounMil�� Tcnnn foi
,'tiiivin. *i.7) a year, pontage prepaid, fculd b.
,11 DOTvsueaUrt.
JlmnnhOfflm. K!0 K BU WublStfton. Ij,Cl
.ADVERTISE  IN THE   DAILY  NEWS.
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in saltnws���but delicate, giving just
the right savour.   Use no other.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
Tttlte notice tlmt James Din is Smlt'i
of Vancouver, B. C��� occupation builder, Intends to appi. for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
D. Smith, S. \Y. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption, No. 2061, thence north
ahout 60 chains more or less, to or
near Suklnaw Lake, I hence cast fiO
chains more or leBS, thence smith R0
chains more or less, thence west 40
chtilns, more or less, thonce north 40
chains, more or less, thence went 40
chains more or less, to the place of
commencement.
JAMBS    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster, October 20, 101C.
TQHN rJDEDINANO BAPC38. bttsxit
See Our CLOTHING DEMONSTRATOR in the Corner
Window   SATURDAY EVENING,    from   8:30   to 9:30
Reid & Co.
Store of Satisfaction
601 Columbia Street INew Westminster ,_���-,;��� MBER   18.  1310.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
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.      i ........       -      i        d ; -      I   "        V'       ���
ipi   Inti    !- ' to   New  York,  snd   discovered
......     scores of times. 1
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COUidi^ERVE         11,0(0.000.00.
'ffltje 'Phone 18b.     Bun 'PSone 'ttl
Columbia St.-eer
Etefgage    deliverer    prompt!.     ^��-
RT.y   pari   of file  ctty
FOR   QUiCK   SALE
ires Witter Front Proper?-'.. two nun  oni
Branches throughout    Cat-:     and
thi     the de ling    wltl   thi    N,;'      -    (and.-^Iew York, Ch'ca Ipoteai ......
' d! tri i S.A., attd   Mi City,    A  general   ?'Li. _,_ J TJ.._,__, li. ���'I��-��
transacted.    Let- j LlgHt MiQ nQ&Vy Hatti:. fig"
,,...���,.-.  ,      ufetl ii   hai    ���   ���      for no othi    ap areii     , , ,   ���. credit lesuiin    available   wltb
_.       ii,. .    .. ... .-    i.,    An*a  j_-*^    t.*        n\\       TVift<    Of       t.mJ
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r.-milTOTri PORT MANN.    i>\V_U feni   fronting
Fraser River.    A verv r.tiok'.e tract at a gcnui:^
. D    Price and terms pi ven on arinlication to the
Movius
Lid per wood.
Land a rod Loan Co,
ion
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NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH, '       ^   Brackman.Ker MllUn
Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
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Most good styles are found
first in Fit- Reform Suits
Fit-Reform has done more to raise the > standardIof
C
anada.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Giv.n  cn   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
,   .,,,.���..   ,.,.���.��� jorreipondents ln   all   parts of   tlie
dtapofllti        I--   ������-'        io i   ,    ���        -  ,-ld -
del       an,    iti lo)    ���     hi      ���   <      offlc     tt was al     d red     Savings Bank D^partment-Defto
 h   fact     E idence wltl    r<    ''"" Interesl all    : per cent, pei
One of the Firms. i ���   '    .eeuliii         oth-   innuin   (present  rate). ,_u    |
id,- .   . . ��� ;,,,    , ...    .,     |ength er firms wa ired-a    ' ������  time,
thi   Increaslni   ndnihe ' '    ������ Irnlni  to Otti	
oi li      th.    '".   ,.,,   ,,-  i,-.  . wi   a�� ho      d ''"     '     ���- '���'    to mafci  ���     '���������������'���   '������
ll    ii     rr.erl   n   fi Vl ���    eiplati       ���    !   i '���     '        e lnvoici        iliche
��� ���    ...    ,',     ,,,,(. .    i,.      u ,,-, i,      corn     ondi ti ������   ������' e |tiee   an    all  rec
i-!:   sur]  Islni   promptness    He,ori      -:-'      "    hi   ���' "������    fa   sev.
 ._   - ��� ������      a "'I ������ ol
< ; '   wl le!   ; ���  ���     ���-   ed I    I ���
shed   dl (ho     relal lohs        ���   thli
;,   , sti. utioi  \ -���'���  nearlni  Iti elosi  I  i
su] ������ Inl en   ''��� ���*
���'��� ��� ���   I eitii    ed  '      he 1 :-'
p Inte    - .    he   dtsi    r-*   tlie
- ������ - di  enden    o      i   e        ;	
de - :  tn oi 'i   I ii    "   '	
thi   - -     :' " ���       -. ��������� <���' en i tin
:-   -    ; ii    laid,
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PI ore*    ��� ������ '���      ; '
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���   ���     ���������    ti|   : ���
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dro-p tiin    li     In   Octroi
Who   Wa?   the   Intermediary.
'"- ���    disclosure    thi      ������ '���   'e
���     ..... ..      ..        :        .......     ...    ',..      .
���   ..,..       . ���..��� |6(
���   preset u    *.<  ���-        ii   ;   b< -
... , ���       .   *���-.      Vork firn
��� ��� ���'���-       ���    ii   ������    ������     i|   -
vati    busii     Toronto    :n  which
..,..,..,,���,.
' ���   - ��� tnte ��� I    ; ��� ;'   fhtermi
���r ���   appeared ti        ���     ��� ��� ��� ���    and i
.... .     .  ,     .....   |.....   ���-.. .    |.. .,
.     ...    .-.,       .   g( -.. , - .    ..
e country    bi sine	
lice  sm ve  ������       I
-  o        ��� ������
  .... .     .
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BUp, stationer;
The   Loss   Made   Good.
A.B   SO	
... -       detrain
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FOR CHILtSWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New  Sternwhce'er
mum  ipreseoi r.uej.
Tota,  Assets over^USe.OO    K, jj-gj   ^     PAYSTREA?<
Cctob
jany's wharf, Xe'-v ��� '   rt      tritb
tit;er.   and freight as tollowa:
*i*i. Ne��   v:   itmlnst'ei  'i'--^iay.
rhursday and Saturda; a. m.
i eaves Chilliwack WednVatlay, FrJ--
'���     n'.irl Sunday at T a. tn.
"Irst Class Passenger Accommodation-
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., LtA.
New  Westminster.
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Mariy. Pf-opk-- who have
nevei- before been in a
posTtio'h to do so, niay
now he ready to'^open a
bank account.
���^m
	
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tailoring than any othei one agency
Fi,-Reform   styles   are   Fit-Refenn   ��^��^
irinated and perfected by the (o.en.oM #t. oi
OH
the Dominion.
Tins Morning Coat ancl Vest,
with striped Worsted Trousers
carries   that   atmosphere   ot
correctness so  characteristic of
Fit-Reform.
$25. tO  $35. 123M
tfht OXFORD*
,>f-
nr \
BEFORMH
will L* 7 *-r* lir* I't.tri a! IdVrpsI ruslkli
l ��� -I lot ttt-1. L\ ill ... - .| l-csl '.'tl ^^r rrnl.
ol IH- iiv, in - ������ ���.- Ind *V.\ lakp til
i  .\\-t t tint* nn I':,- 11 -
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��� >,i .. i |      tis. ol -:' -"���' ��� ifli       .      I
��� ��� fl ������ - ���' ���     c in bn     fl '��� "ill
Hla I   i'l' -.    . "I   o'h '���������      I 'x'-tiI
��� ���.- - .fill rajtftenf ' ��� '- itfi ���*-'* tiHa
tm :i iv kind dI lu ' <' i il�� >'-iv on
out II ion" -ill 'li   '��������� ���
' Int      . -'Ht-tit.'   ,1      ft itti      111.-     hi?f
known  t,i-��t lik'-l **������*.������* *iii\ ������ * -.    ���'*.
*\\ ("in-'-I-     Anit ito l| new���for II    g
W v.mr pOfck*tboo��
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
CR1   Columbia  Street.
���
'ion.
.
, . .   ���.     .   ...
..... ,     -.   .
. . -. ,       ,
..-,.- ;   ��� ��� ed' hy i'
��� ��� ���      *      la        	
i                      .... , ,
vv'---   The   c ta   Said
I ; ,       ,    .       , .-        u       -��� .-       ui.       ..,-, I
1  i   ��� have th      I    I
���'  iildthrll    ;" theli   i Ivi   report:
"I'm' tl ���  pu   has s 1 ���  tl       ���    ;������
...,:,,.,    t stationery b    ���- '       with
t" I i oj " -' the t  iteti I list '
would hare been pi       i ln th
i ��� Inli-':- but - ���'������ Ip i ' '    p Id
good condition all necessary sto?k to
meet  the mn-jl  requirements of tlje
.... . . .i    ,i,.r.,,,.,-,,���ts      rtiioitnti-'. '
the superintendent  of stati mi ��� j   -'I i
not  cdntlne  K1 isi ll  In his pui  tis
i"--ii I'niittMiy io the express   .rovi-
...��� theredl in  conse-
'���"���"- e ol  tl :-- Indlserii :     ' u; li
the space in the bureali provided Wl1
the storage ol Btipplles became ton-
gested tniil tltinlly dutfeide pre '
wer sBcured :" oi'det W n^r for storage of tht extesi ntoclt.
In the making bi pufdhasfes thfe su-
l'"iiitend''ttt did tint, apjj.rfently, have
ntiv systfT thereby his purchasfes
were inttde to cover t1"- approximate
dematid   within   a. retisontihle   pe lod
i The Bank of
. :.  s to all si  !'^ ] ���
the  ffieilitif-s   of  their
?.'g
ing '  ' ���
^^^
665���Co!��Tr.lia  Street������65
New Westminster. B. C.
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���   ��� - - < ��� ��� '���������     to I ake
\ ��� ���   ���    *   i   ��� ' "I .-'.V.
Interesl is v ;'
rn  St\it|
v      ��� ���   ��� ���( yearly.   ::
""���.imers   AccovirAs    crcr.cd
e^ tavcraui  lenv.r.    ::    ���.:
INCORPORATED 1?E5
/SSET3:,.48,CC0C00
NEW    WESTMINSTE. ,   3.    C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
Centra! Meal M
BCW5.LL &. OODY
Corner  Eighth  St. add  Fit"
PHONE
}, O B   PRINTING
phone  C93
or Ic-.". ��� o brderfl at
The    Arrow    Pres��
Mrs. E. M. Coir.lny, Pro.
ifetti- The Daily Ne�� s Co.. r.*', V toria.
Street.
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection -frith
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
-THE    ROYAL   LINE."
����&.
M j. PHILLIPS
Sole   A��ct.!   in   Nrv/   WcstmmsU
demand   witmn   a. . ^**^^^^^^^^l        v\t\^   _,\tr 1
of    Ime   bu    Wot*   l.uv   ^s   iM  Bplrlt L ,.   XfMA.b   SAIUNGS.
,���.,,;-.,. ;l':oin Mbntreal:
"",v'"1 ",:">������h,r   Li.ht "W��*  EdWard"    Nov. 10
Further   Light. I       ,.       ,   ,, ,, ..        ,���
Fnrttu- light - .., fetduldthrlte-s op L' R0JSLief!"S     	
experts, ��! - - - Ure alt '. '     !;^vard���   ,;'
�����. . ,, ,    ,. Rova    Edward      Dec.  "
 e stationer  In   Montreal *.   ,  r-   ,., - .,.,.
...... ��� .���,' And  i* rtnight y thereafter.
Hyde round thn; tho aei mnl   reve ile -
��� Mast  Direct  Route to  Hrlstol,  Londo-i
������ ' - pro at I antj the Continent.
a  ,'rwo-fold   characti        Tn   the 'first |
MM mmm
Gold WdtBia Tor LadL�� bb�� %W5
Silver ^liVhel;    Bents'    oP-in race
,6S?;,r  Watches,  lehW  Opefi    �������-
*ftet   for    Wal.hum   and     &**
VatchdS. . -.. .
Watch repairing a ��!>*��*����
F. CRAHE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Gioccty
Tho ���
Roya! Bank of Canada
<*f- "Oil (Wft
$i;.;o';
iO.OOO
��� i  ��� -i -  from
��� *       ���  . w
llli'.ie   ii.    t���v    .
( |two-f ��� ���   ��� the
���    ��� ������,<���'��� ('. '���'   ������*.  '   m Ite to Wm.
127    .���'���it-,]
lerence       .... . ��� - - ,*?.
in i               ���  ;
r;*qr3Xr,l/tN*r?
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four to
feren- ���        ��� ���-���n
in Can ida fo ���    ���       mrl-'��.
......
w
������   ���        d, but which  ��� ��� .'
*    i r   '   f     1-��  Merchant .ind Auctioned
627  Tront St.. New w'ettnr.lr.l'far
Phone ^f,C.
-   <��� vi   ���������   ���    ��� ""~���
.��� i. to ' , - .     ,       s.i] |''r
-o''i ittawa, they Compaiiy
- ���***     ,-niiti.
(.':.[ itai paid up
Ri    I've
The Bank h is   r r,   teainches,
extending in .   Cro n   the
_tl intii to the Pacific; In Cuba,
tbrougho :' the latand, qJbo In
1'i.iiu ftl< ' ;-:   Bah
N'EW    \T0 '���'*'���    and    LQNDCB
���--. :    - ���   i.
1 I       I  withoul   delay
i .: all tl e pi aclpal r - > and
citieB in i in- Woiict. V
Thi   e   i* ccellenl    conce tl im
;iiv rd i banking fa y.':ty.
New  Weot ni la'.cr   Brm  ...
LAWFORD RICHAP.DSON, Mgr.
ttawmmEE^mammBMmmammBBtmmman
tween;    Hot and cold water.    BMi  I
Plumbing. , .,_ .  ...^ (Mountain A^) pwW&(l
Plumbing. .  . ,rUt.,.,PS (Mountain A^) planted - n
th aidte of the itceet.   iotatW * m 2 ftjoofts KU-
youmH.   ***** Cty te ��W *^* ^ j
Built a nd Owned by m WW***  	
BRITISH CtfAKMj tttmitt l��l���
DOMINION TRU^l  ttU>
g,7:::
__m_m_mu___m_m_m_____________^*-**^'^^^^
:.,; ���  ��� '    ;
Coiiumny      .... ll,ti-'l.-M     1,136.0"
In deallns with a numtiey ot   thc
n iiviiis the exi ins found that
gelling price in me uu����u .*>*
amduw  '.--I' the duty, and Btlll '���>' In'of thti bureau.
even cim: e'ltlon with Canadian fttm- ' ���'       8*
,'vom!    some   .ample* of  those over
pur-
th.  ir.inFiu-tlons
even i \.  -. .   	
Tints   i"o   -.M)M",",i-m'iit   ii  bUying  from ;     some   ��mi;
the A'-ci-an tlrir.s on t'if. h o-h ' cli:'-en are to be found in the f i'l tlmt
would lose the duly wlilSh W paid on the Msperta found in Btccli 42,000 typo i
similar .-inn's l-;:ported trom tho Unit;'.writer ilbbopa valued al $32,102 an.l
ed Kii-ifVv i or foreign countries. Mr. thnt t'-.ese 2S.6B3, valued al $18,112
st-��e,-^ n do^nile 1 statemeni of all Uveio useless, while ot carbon paper
with eacli Brm, theltlero waa ln stock 1.1,23$ boxes worth
estimated overcharpe or loss to the i $36,623.52, enou.h for the country's
��� I'vci-'.inieni   and  the  balance  owing, needs for two years. ^^^^^
The Recapitulation Is aa follows: I    And It may be add	
Charge, A��nt. Due.'lllto II. 0. Wilson, the stationery agent
G. W. Miller Co, .J-lli.6IH.TT $16,6.42.67 of the C. P. It. when called h to ev
Ueslop Paper Co.. 10,29f>64 1)6'.,61 press tin oi Inion of Gouldthi He's u-et'.i-
Gresham BUmlt Hook ods, reports that tlie conditions as lie
Company       10,104.00   4,9l6,J8 found them in June last "were simply
W.  II.  Addoms....    3,097.01      (84.08 BippaUlnC.
^^  lew    ���
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P- O. Qo�� 3^
Office, Front St., Foot of SixtK
eous tor two j.u'��' ..
And It may be adied thai rn oxpei
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters. Papcrhanger*
and Decorator Si
Estimates Olvtn.
,14 8iyh *���'*���*��� Phon-W^- -K _,'i:
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILV NEV/S.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13
The Daily New*
w�� I fiBS_CT______S___U_aEBEEBS^aESra^ Cj^ii*t**a^Lr^^
f��ub! Ished by The Dally News Publish-
{. S Company, Limited, at their ot'.-.cts.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
tm.
Direc
tor
<TmiQN.:^\-��)7|E> 4
FF.'IDAY, NOVEMBER  13,
1910.
THE    NEW.   SESSION.
Parliament oyened yesterday ahd
though it is not anticipate! that the
-session will be a particularly busy
one, there are likely to be some matters of Importanpe come up fo:- consideration. One cf these will be the
question of the construction of the
Hudson's Bay railway,
thai .Messrs. Mackenzl
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home  Complete
i
i
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.      716-718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
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SEE OUR ORCHID WINDOW ! \
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It is rumored \ *
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and Mann are  *
devoting their energies to securing a J ���
band   in   this  concern,   whereby   they j
may  hope to add   tiiis  railway  to  the
ORCHID Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Cold
Cream, Face Cream, Almond Cream
*
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���
already numerous sections of railway
lines which they at present control
under the name und titie of tho Canadian Northern Railway, Possibly
their object is to secure this as the *
eastern  terminal  of   their transconti-  ���
Call and eet a Free Sample before they are all gone.   \
\ Ryall's Drug Store \
PHONE   57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE     j
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r.ental railway, now under construction, ti.e western terminal of which is
to l e here. There is, however, understood to be a strong opposition in
Manitoba and Ontario to the idea of
these clever manipulators of railway
affahs securing an/ form of control
over the  Hudson's  Bay road.
The wing of the conservative party
t
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CHRISTMAS GOODS
V,'e are daily opening up new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., ever exhibited in New Westminster.
Xow is the time to choose tha   article for an Xmas present.
We will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call and examine otir stock now, when it is complete.
Agents.for Howard,  Ball and Longine Watches.
i
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
���
���
if
���
led  by  Mr.  Monk,  and  influenced  by
the fiery spirit of  Mr. Bourassa *****************************************************
lie  expected  to  produce some excite-  ������--���~~~z  ^^
-aoeni during the session.   It is not to IB    Bs!       ll Inl     I  C! r I ^  '11   ���
lie expected that they will allow the
Rrummond Arthobasca election result
to i.:.-s into t'.ie obllvicn of forgotten
things.   Rather are they likely to try
and t:.;ce their  views on   the   nival
quest! :. to tiie front on the strength
< !' tl e victory gained a few days ago.
Though he may be ,':V.e' to create a
lb.-'.c-   divertissement   by   his    tactb-s
Mr. Monk cannot ho;:e to secure any
alteration in  the  policy which    waa
ad ipted by parliament in the last
sicn.
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GOLO DUST will
sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
^aEs^^aKBBX5Kg3gggga\i
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep alter germs
*.*.,*.  * -a.*-** w.vujv^^ommu.u  u*   ****imj  ��� //    ��� *���    ��� r-* f ���    *-*w^fcj  wi .   niv.   iitxivj.    L/CUi I* Ul   MLO
<>r those who talk lightly of abandon- work without your assistance, leaving' you to take
i.:   ��� i navai policy cf which it ts your exercise in a more enjo}rable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which iaadded other purifying materials
in just the right pro-       \    /
portions to cleanse    \jjj U//.Y.
easily, vigorously, _____^ -a ^*
ihe embodiment
On even a cursory view of tlie present situation two things are perfectly
.clear: tiie creation of an active marine service is simply a forward movement i-i a line of evolution projetel
Jong ago In relation to national defence, and this forward step has been
���1 alien with the utmost deliberation
j'.nd after thorough discussion. Nobody was caught by BurprlBe, and
there la no excuse for anyone misrepresenting or even misunderstanding its Significance, What has heen
looked forward to for a generation has
, ibuen decreed and performed; what is
left for critics 13 to raise the f|iiestlo.i
whether this action  is premature.
All that is necessary to say in this
���connection Is that the matter was not
made urgent by the Laurier administration.    Circumstances   over    which
��� the  government    had    little    control
made action  of some sort  noci'.ssarv
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins.'/'do
your work."   ��� \*
Made by THE! N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of.FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake
and they preferred moving forward in   J
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the I ing [a(.'pared groove to handing
largi' sums over to t.he British Admiralty to be u&ent in building Dreadnoughts for the North Sea service. In
ithe light of these facts it is the mer-
-cat folly to expect the premier and
hla colleagues to propose any retrograde step. It would be Just as reasonable to ask for the repeal of the
National Transcontinental Railway
Act of eight years ago. The outcry
.against .it was more vociferous than
tiie outcry against the Canadian navy,
iind yet no objector against it can
j;nw get a hearing.
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Meeting
-OF THE-
liberal mmm
The annual meeting of tbe Liberal
Association of New Westminster will
t>t hpldj on November 24, at 8 p, rr.
at their club, over the News office.
Matters (of great Importance and of
general-Merest will come before this
meeting. All Liberals cordially invited-. Oil'
A    GAMBLING    TRUST.
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business of the city was dominated by tried to run a place without   paying
  four men  known as the "Big Four,"  them   a   percentage   of   the    profits,
3Dig Fellows Gobble Up Little Ones at  who   formed   a   regular   trust,    held which were pretty large.
Montreal. Imeotings, and generally controlled af-     The ease  was adjourned  after the
Montreal, Nov. 17.���According to fairs. Uo complained that small men, evldenco for the plaintiff had been
statements made in court this after- like himself, were persecuted by the beard, and It Is expected that some
noon by Andrew Maloney, In a dis- trust, and that this was tlje reaaon ho interesting sidelights as to the "uin-
jiute over a gambling house, the pool- had all his troubles In riitfnty^' .gam- ner in wliich the gambling fraternity
room nnd gambling business ln Mon- bllng joint on Mansfield "street. The of Montreal conduct their operations
tioi 1 I.s dominated by a trust. Ma- "Gambling Trust," he declared, had will be furnished when the other side
lone.y stated that the whole gambling    ut hi u out of business wlicnever he Is heard next week.
SSEEM&ftrfr? ��� .VntrcraiTffiWffiM',*_&
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 wiil not
last more than Fifteen Days. Don't miss this
opportunity.
THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what ex-
parts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
building ever devised. It has as its directors men "known throughout the province as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes ancl
untarnished reputations back of them.
��*.1KS56'.T*n***'���'-' "S3. V*
We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Provided You Own YourJ)wn Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home Withulit paving
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
homo, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER. Treasurer.
JOHN   SIMMONS,   Secretary. THOMAS   TAYLOR,   Manager
KELLINGTON   BROTHERS,  General Agents,   New Westminster
. The Stock books are still open at Kellington Brothers': effice.    There are
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 a'llottment.'
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 from the car, on lot 50x180,
close to waterfront ^nd Industries,
$2700, $500. balance arranged over
long period.
Close In lot on 12th street, $660,
$200 cash; balance In fi, 12 and IS
months.
N'lne choice building lots In the
west end, the coming residential district; $500. one-quarter cash; balance
fi, 12 and 18 months.
A comfortable 5-room house on 13th
street, large lot with fruit trees and
chicken   house,  $1400;   toniiH  can   be
arranged   with  small  cash   payment
down.
623 ard 746 Columbia Si.
White, Shiles & Co.
New Westminster, B. C.
&a-fl-r��aiTggas!gi^aN-:<'A-j'.'-'*.;j>t.AVL--.it?^^^r.^^v
0
ClF��IMing Powder
is the most efficient and
perfect of leavening agents*
MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR
No alum, lime or ammonia.
BO CHONG
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Who, has been In the Tailor BuslneBB
In Vancouver for a number of years,
I has opened up a similar business In
! this city. Latest fashions. S|llls
I made to order. Fit guaranteed. Phone
i 54. or call at Kwong On Wo Bulldln*.
j ��7 Columbia ��tr����.
| R. T. PRTNCE
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
and AUDITOR
Agents for the  HALL SAFE CO.
OFFIdH:     Room   5,   Market  Block.
i Opposite City Hall.        , ,
Phone L578. P. O. Hox W* ,-AY, NOVEMBER
18, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
Iif POTTS IS
SOME STORY TELLER
li PATRIE BEADS FKtNLH
A LESSON w umm\
Owe   Their   Institutions   and   Liberties to  Britain, which   Has  P.ight
Their   Assistance.
SUFFERED
Saved By A Friend
Englis'.i-
._     anything  tor   En. lam
.      i that   tlie   French-Canadian   would   re
,T rotts, the l'(r-er- w;'" l,;<r-l'J   : .     to do for France, and would we!
money  ��n the  wesl   French-Canadians  hesitate an Instam
' i- in Minneapolis and   '������   seen t anada und France if the in-'
.  :   tcity bas tie toi . ��� of Cana,a v""     ::'  "'ar
...      ��� '   "���.   *     a. "We aak all sensible people,1   sayrf1
1 hla Journey a. u  Patri<.   ���what  prance  , ^ U) dQ
the  local  boxer,  bus   vul!, ���  ,.     iestlon,    We like oui  tor-]
from a  battling  sojourn  inl mer mothei  country, because we owe I
-  i ��dv of the Snows" per our existence, bnt  what  politics]
>nd of   uur **.'._    ���  iV_    ���_  I ties have  we  with  her?    ~      "    -
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! Z-Jem some  metboda   of the   Ca-  -~gs ^-q^ Britain,
nes to the financial laBd i-s K,^ian(1, whose
Canada he-
Our mother-
There is a lesson in this letter of Mi ss
Balcombe's that should Ik- taken to heart hy every
woman Who is weak and nervous���who is tortured
with Headaches and Backaches���amlcspccinlly u
she know 9 (die has Kidney or Bladder Troubles.
Hundreds and hundreds of womdn'&rewell
and ��trbpg today solely because tLwy olid just
what. liss Balcotnbc did,
TORTr.i ft* ..'.*, I'.S.
"I -was troubled with Kidftey 1'"-peace for
several year-;. My bark was weak. I ha-** terrible
headaches, and was so restless that I c<\vl.l not
sleep at night. At ki'-t, a friend tohl rn* about
Gin Pills. I, at once, got a b ix an.l a.rUr takiag
them, I fell better���after taking three boxes. I
was cured. I would advise everyone sullcrin;;
from Kidney Trouble, to take Gia Pill
H  New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
��� .    t   ���*....    *s -.
3500 Tons���7000  Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18"/2 Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S   WHARF.
_��� VICTORIA and   SEATTLE,2:00 p. m. Saturdays.
.    PRIXCE RUPERT, 11:30 p.m., Mondays.
STEWART and QUEEN CHARLOTTE 1SLAXDS-S. S. Pitnce
Albert, leaves Prince Rupert on arrival of S. S. Prtnce Rupert for
Stewart, and for Queen Charlotte City, Pacoli and Moresby Is and
_l��(ll����Ml��mi iu. Thursdays; andafor Port Simpson, Kincolith and
Masset at. 10:00 p. ni. 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 douoie track railway
under  one management on the American continent.
H   G   SMITH L- V- DRUCE-
' Cit.v Passe'n. er and Ticket Agent. Commercial   Agent.
Telephone 7100.    527  Granville Street,   Vancouver.    Telephone  3060.
GENERAL  AGENCY.  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
  	
E. N. Sutherland
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coi's
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'-. Ol    tne   village   consta-j-      |gnore5 Br,tsh Sovereignty.
naglstrate, or what-     .Vr,,.l.,,c,..h,   when   -,-,.   Gazette
| U the village burgo- D.Arthaba9ka ask9 why the   Eni
'88uea   i"-'':,|,s    or Canadian would do tor England what
but smeare the promotei   ];i   p^nch-Canadian would refuse to   _ .	
... for everyone o.    nese dQ for Prance  lhaJ  ,,.,.���.,. forget? its   -     -�� >���    ip-    __i_._���_
egrading BpecUclea pull- w m fact, lt ignores the sove-A   5|||a||    rOrtUiie
���   the  city   limns,     rhe ^  n,  Qreal   Brluln   over   , (,  *"��   ��*���!����������        ��
��� . ::;  permit   their sett e- mmuu _omlnlon8.
disgraced���for a .-onsid- jiu,oe,  Btran     ,
A healthy balm for the hurtj
H. V. Ardagh
City Property
Two full sized lots on corner  with  six room houae, on Third
avenue between  Second'and Third streets. Price $6,000   Good terms.
lot u     National urug ar.il cncmicai v_o. it'pi. is.v..    iuiuiuu. bj
MANGA-TOriS BLOOD AND NERVE TABLETS   make rich,  red
blood ���soothe tlie nerves���and sharpen the appetite,    50c a box.
fcKtlng a lent  u.   -.nporury
���   redcoata otto:  _  ^ _ _
r or interteren.ee. create  distrust  amongsl   our
.   as far as it goes, but    lth  regar(j ,��� Qreat   Britain
Port Mann
12  acres Immediately adjoining the townsite and beins; In Section  2ni Block  5, North  Range 2 weBt.   Price $900 per acre.
This is the cheapest buy In thla district today.
Burnaby
1���-^������^���������  Lot  on  Third  avenue  witlln one hlock of car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
��  ^   ��... coo phone 817
FOR
FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY
P. O. Box 522
people     Each block i
regard to Qreal   Britain do not  j_vo
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dlvisll le Into twenty-
full  si.ed  city   lots,  132  lots  In
There's  a  neat   fortune  in  this
neiuier.i   ��u��u=,  ������
the ..eat American union? Do they nol
believe thai  the rights and  liberties
which they enjoy t day would not da-
appear like the dew be.'oie the ns-
nucks were sitting nroiti
/ . of the ring dressed In flan-
, ta, kicking their heefc
I . .;,  warm  and  demand-
t the i urder start up, because
,, aing to (loath,    l w��
,    . i toi Palm Beach on a bol w.
id mi  heavy furs and tne)
were . h I
TU ..      was  pitched out  on   tne
 a    t lm    Wftl LB
KENNEDY BROS., LTD.
Real Estate and Insurance.]
Over Merchants Hank. cor. Columbia
and  Begbie Btreets, New  Westminster, B  C.   Phone 335.
WHAT TWO COUNTRY BOYS HAV:
DONE.
strong for it.    "It is all i*u'
:. i  old  summer  time." fer*alnl_L rea.he   thclr   I'^un-n.   and  all.	
i'>   i luat at this stage of.their cIy,n8 ul-,;'u,ude "''>li''^ them  ,,,.,   .., the prlce tlu>t lown lots have
'    -. tlvtty lhe poor n. liter wins'!.'.,,niy .<lf  u-��   Protection  ofrf the ,...n MUlng in the vk,init>,
'-^i,.-,,, ,���e.   The last bat- u*}_**J    ������.    ol . ,   - ,.   , .      See  us  ahout   this  and  other ,lt\-
ere it wm ho cold that! . HaVb   " '   , ;,M     g^ted   SWi and 8Uburban Mr'M s v once' ,"',"i"
ta     . riots ever though  ol ther position If t.u,, are Bnapped up.
I II a\,m mmr.~m    'taitadil     WOIC       0     hl'lk     till-     111'     Which
.. - ���    pa iphernalla ttaasooN- M d       . Ut A      d b
:������ opi ng oul  "ii me until 1   .   . , .. ,      i ,  ���
In Ighl ,o in disguise as ^dependent  state, o^ be^ drowned Jn I
bed    The welts were so
���  i figured ii  the other fel-
^^"-i -.- ':i'v would broak off.
i was clad lightly, very lightly, ^^1^ nMteon* official
language,   ami   that    would    not     I"1
French.    Would   they,   for  Instance, |
s i'i- it   for  twenty-four  hours  to the
rcgii e Prance has given herself, or (
s German,  Russian or Japanese prt>
tectorate?    For the  lore of  henven
let us hour no more of our publli ���-��� .,
being sold to Great Britain,
"We speak French, bul we are Eng-
- ���- tms   ����������   tuwu���  ��� lisli.   and   we    ure   British    subjects.
withoul   s  top, and the  walls  Doeg   ���   ppenchman    sell   himself   to
as and nol  high enough' pl.anc6i B German to Germany, a Van-
thai  keen Canadian  wind   y^v tQ *jncie S;ini->    why, then, speak
ol ou read aboul     It's up to i( ..,.,,,,., .,V|.,,��� we ewe in Us entire-
It   'lows right  ofl  the       ou|. tU,votK)ll  ulir Loyalty and   our|
ntaln   peaks  or  Hudson's   -)V(, )() en&land.    Thc
,a: ,  |ri llculous afflrmatlon.
Hereafter when 1 battle In Canada
! e first i tlpulatlon of the article- of
 Is to be that the Joust must
1 In ' nm and the heating stove
hall.
x   i     Uberta may he nil right (or
���he��:' '.set and reaper ln Angus'
��-���   ��-.ot���a in  lad
CyBlHWH?(ff!��^!.'r.lli_lT',M^.'W
WWWTS^^*^
lu istii an awwmd. overgrown boy
from the country appeared at Toronto
leaven. un^verBity t��� attend lei tines. Ills
fellow students, noticing his uncouth
appearance and the marks of the
farm which still clung to lib", promt-
ly christened him "cowheels." Tnis
country boy recently succeeded In
winning the Newfoundland Fisheries
Dispute from the I tilled Plates before the Hague Tribunal. Ills name
is lion.  A.  B. Aylesworth, Minister of j
"LrPntiie" does not fenr to affirm
lhat the happiness oMhe Frenchman-
wneai sower ��uu iwr ;   -,  ,.  ��**!*'* '���',l"   .     '..nuntrv.'
hutt! pen-air flat fleata* In late devotion to the ���>thei
l   ���    ��� e   lhe   limit. ^^
contrary is a '," ,
1^.^^^^ .Iiistice   for   ( iiniidii.
Another  country  boy  who arrived
_���,..^^___ In Toronto about the same time found
that tie iianiini.-^,-^,^^^
,. i     .i   .    ,- . i .,  >   employment In a wholesale house. H.
adiun people,   heir   mure and tneir ,   ,  .,        , ,, ,      ,, , ���
, .    ' , ,.,    had   the   privilege  of   walking   a   mill
s.iictv   as   a   race   is   bound   up   with       ,      ,   ,,       , , .      .
;,,,., , ,     ... and a half each morning, working foi
Great Britain, and for thl.   reason we b ^   ^
|call upon our oompatriots ... ��MJtes - ^ ^     liark       IllEht._iin f(���.
more than ever th.ir loyalty and their ;t       ,mmlllre,a  Silhirv  of  two (1()lla,.s
a week.   This boy's salary did not re
maid t^t two dollars very long, for lib
employers soon discovered the stuff of
which   he  was  made anl  rapidly  a.l-j
vunced him.    In course of time he he-1
Have you heard
of the Drop ?
FINE JUIO
HAMS
Ajax Brand
20c.
PER POUND
Remprtiberthiscutisfor
Friday a��d Sciturday.
An Extra Good Buy |
- m
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets.   This is one of
the finest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
bears deat beavers       __     ''    indication tor the po��ltlon or City
BY  SCORING TWICE      A.^.. ^ , ���,        ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,^1,
;,.;,;uslindMeavershadarT.��!msl.ned   up;--     ���' ���
r-all   roller   hockey   match  In  tho Inat. ai     I
Ct'U    II        ���   .    _
came head of one of the largest stores
In Canada.   Then be. an under hls direction the development of a mail or-
buslness,   which   eventually   cov-
The Dear, and Heavers had B free- "���a��-                                                  d      bMteMS,   which     >--�� ���          .
tor-all   roller   hockey   match  in tho Inat, aiop*               s.i|iiry retriliert..               Dominion trom tne *"���
,   :,J;,,k,ast    nl.b..     The ***** %, A DUNCAN          J^, pftdflr  from tho Great UkM III AA_
*.-\   a  consistent  Rame and < ���y     .k.     | ,n 1Iml!,on s  Bay.                       FudRer.l I           A         IJI/AICIi
������tl ndofthoaorl".".aB. N()VOt���hpr  Sth,  1^                ^hla connlry h��y ����; ' p     sj,. . . ,��� j I            11         W UIVII
als to their credit                        ^ -  .__                ��� n��w  presl lent  of                              f ���           fc|         || \j|J|l
Beavera came ont at the en-    _-          ���-  __   . AM_   ^7 company. During the P"t yea Vl  I ��      ��
Contractors and
, 11111. i        .
Mouse Builders
We have a full   line   of   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in this City.
Befpfe Building See Us. as we (believe* we   can   save   you
moitiyl    Also Complete   Stock   ot  PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.]
NEW
<*ii   ^'i.iia   u   wiv.i    ---^	
Beavera came out at the en
of thi   ii rlmmage with only one .oal
ffld     .   Len   Turnbull.   referee,  after
,nds of bard "'ental arith-
���   the game to the Pears.
!  .        ored  both -,'oals for the Win-
���   Wright  landed   the  slnK''
!l     toi   Mie Beavers.
-  '  ! l-.u ln_ are the ton ms:  Hears
f li    Swanson. Huff. Ooulet and  ^.^
rt,    Burr,      Fisher,    WrigW
1   Keary.
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
WINNIPEG  IS  ANNOYED.
in
Stattmenti   Wide   by   Dr.   Shearer
ist Create Dig Stir.    ^^_
.    Nov.    lT-C'lvlc    circles
oaed today over tho terrible
ition   of   the   city's   character
ed   in   the   form   of   Interviews
���     Dr   Hhrarer In the Toronto
Papers of a few days
J    ThW    M��t of the Robert Simpson
'""*  "r      no UK      ��� I as- year o I
Dl��. Company. '!""�� ^    ^it'ona  haa
v���,  pudgera dearest   ^.^ ^ y
TAKE nntbc  hat I. WHH ���' t0 Inangnrate the Pow ^ an>.
nir-k  ot Vancouver, o- * ������        '    f     KOods free of ('pnwi-
���to���,  l.lllly  '���>">"", "���.    ���,      ,,.,,C  M"   >"   ' |*'':'   ''ll   ... ���������t, flrtlifr.!
r.   ^r,itll    OlilltV    Cll.llll^   ' I ,.���-      Anv      nf     I
"""""on       ent    rontainMS  MO  nr.es
rnuinience.nein.
re
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
mn Vfil'AU ROBERT DICK.
VancoSer. B. C. September 6,
Into
________ .  trial.
Any of our readers can set a free
cony of the Simpson Mail Order cata
lOgtte hy writnl.   for it **
TheUcOUftflB   BAFAFLLLESMEDICA_   MEN
LAND   ACT
Detectives.1 ������.*..  La** Wttrlet.   -
eforni   asso-   Ne* Weilnn.n��-��      WeSt minster.
trict ta,   that  l"""   Pevditiand
Tnke notice   that j oce���patlon
n;lsKS. of Neiso��  ';' J,.;      ppni���..
r��rmer, intend* to air ln.,   ,,,.,
.lon  to  purchase the
,cribed landa: t
C0?m^* '"mile.wrtWtrt
��?����� eitsterly   rom
0f timher lot
Pii.er-* of a few days nRo.
"orking  fot the Morftl  It'
clatlcw    had  been  at   work  for  lome
,:'������   nvestlgatlag, but. their reporta
l been submitted to the elvlc
'"    ' ��� when fir. Shearer wns In tna
31 Barer hud access to these on
hi* Was   eaat, nnd  It   was  after  pur-
���   ilo-iiments   that   be   made
��� -t atlonnl  denuncl-itlon  of  Win-
imderwerld.      Mayor    F.vans
��� d  |i);.t  up,  v.��;1s confempli'tiivJ
roceedta. ��� for libel, but later
Dr  S' *   -"' h "nftth*r'^chalni  thence
 Ifitra  of  Winnipeg    are    ^t^ZZ^eet, contain^  f�� ,
sponsible tor the   *���***�����tl\���*T*\Z*. lVn nvGOS.   l
ns that, exist there"    Shearer , more OTH*.  ,-fR0WAjrt  B.VGUa.
'    ->  ihere  ll  any   political  motive ��� ,9t 20. 1.10.
b��Mnd ms activity. - D       '
Chicago, Nov. 17.���The medical pro- i
fesslon   of   the   world   is   still    hnndi-
capped before the scourge of infantile
paralysis.    This statement was   made
^^^^^ last  night  before tbe meeting of the
land   act   not loc. Chicago Neurological society by   Dr.
  H.   R.   Robertson,  assistant   professor
Tnke notice that. .lames Davis Smith  of pathology In tho University of Min-
of Vancouver. R. C, occupation build-  nesota.
er. Intends to apply for permission to      "We  are up  a. alnst  It,"  said   Dr.
������-M^minir    described '        '���~ *"><
the
following    described
purchase
Comnienelnsr at a post, marked "J
D.    Smith,     S.     \V.     corner,"     at
Roberston. "We have Jot been able
to cultivate the germs in laboratories
We cannot learu anything from Ml-
mals.    We cannot even dlagnoae to
planted
fi'om the
r|.(,      s..ll"ie-'St
nnnoher   :'":'-11
.* "       nt   mills       We   OBIUioi   c.v...    c
Sr,       at mais.    ""       certain svmptom is the
SS. *?*���******.����".�����*��������* *i\
rornp"
��� "VPS; '332 & 6
tS K or S !U. west 40
ohalna,
ralysis ot me |i������"'��       _tpAn-__t
���The disease attacks the at'?"^
nni  most active children" continued
Dr. Robertson.   "H is not confined to
ftrknta.   Many victims are adiflta;Tfi��
Insurance
of All Kinds
I write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.
Strongest Companies
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEODI
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"���e or   ess. thence west f l^/V''^   ^v is  ca. sed   bv   reaching
5S o'r -ess. thenc* north ��|gf JgW* ffSt of four days.
Up to tbat time tho symptom
*\i Ani   tbence    ��""'  ,nnlnt    of, chulns more *>���   **---. r- [indicate any Infectious malady
..,, sr���;r=^.:=,:S=!S=)=HSig��~S5���^
"     I il   when  he  t.ele_arphed.    The  *�� cw  ^^f   |()  rh;,Uis  to  p��.  _
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER -.
hm*
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ROTTEN    EGGS!
TENDERS.
Seal?d tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender fo:
additions and alterations to the Pub
lie Building, Nelson. B. C." will here-, 	
ceived at this office until 4.D0 p.m. on SEALED TENDERS addressed to
Monday, November 2%, 1910, for the'Tl.e Secretary, Department of Indian
work mentioned. Affairs.   Ottawa,   and   marked   on
Plans, specification ancl form of con-.envelope,  'render tor Alert
tract can be seen and forma of tea-Home,"  will  be received  up
der can be obtained at   this   depart- December  30,   1910,  tor   the
ment. on application to the Caretaker, of a frame boarding Sfcbool
Public Building, Nelson, B. C, and'at'at  Alert     Hay
the ofiice of Mr. Wm. Henderson, Re-JB. C.
Bldent Architect, Victoria. B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed  forms supplied,
and signed with    their actual    slgna-l
tures,  stating  their  occupations    and
of
i Cormorant
the
Hay Girls'
to noon
erection
building
Island i.
Plans ancl specifications may be
seen ;it the offices of T. F. Neelands,
Inspector of Indian Agencies. Vancouver; W. E. Dichburn, Inspector i-f
Indian Agencies, Victoria, and \V. M.
Halliday, Indian A. oiu. Alert Hay.
People of New York Said to Consume
1000  Cases  Every  Day.
New York, Nov. IT.���That tlie people of New York consume, every day.
1000 cases of rotten eggs, compounded
into cake by the bakers-;, is one of the
allegations under discussion in an investigation begun today by City Co'n-
missioner of Accounts Fosdick.
Revelations pointing to a wholesale traffic In rotten and decomposed
eggs, known in the trr.de as "rots and
spots," caused today's inquiry, an.l resulted in the suspension of Chief Food
Inspector Bayard Clarke Fuller and
two of his assistants, Philip Holz and
II. II. Masterson. The three Inspectors are accused of permitting a vast
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
Arrivals.
From  Vancouver
Each   tender  must   bo   accompanied  trade in putrid eggs for food purposes.
places of residences.    In the case
signature, the nature,by a marked cheque ma'e payable to It is charged that  they allowed  Lain
and place of resi-ithe  undersigned  for  a   sum equal   to Lazar,   of   Philadelphia,   to   open   a
of   the    firm five per cent of thd amount of tender, wholesale   business   in   rotten    eggs.
I The  cheque   will  be  forfeited  if  the after he  had told  them  thai  the de-
firms, the actua
of  the occupation
dence of each member
must be given.
10: no-
BiZ.
12:10���From
and Okanagan.
17:05���From
10:20���From
22:50���From
(No. 1).
Departures.
g:30���To   Vancouver,
cola and Montreal.
n :00���To Vancouver.
15:55���To Okanagan
Montreal  (No   86),
17:50���To Agassiz and
21:10���To Vancouver.
Montreal,
(No. 97).
Vancouver.
Seattle and
Montreal  and    Nicol
and   Agiis-
Kooteuay
(No. 96).
Mission.
Seattle.   Ni-
(No. 07).
Kootenay and
Vancouver.
(No.  1).
Sach  tender  must be  accompanied Iperson tendei ing decline to enter into caved product was to be sold as food.
by an accepted cheque on a chartered a contract when called upon to do so. Rotten eggs, it  is alleged, for   the
lian'k. payable to the    order    of    thej If the  tender  be  not     accepted    the basis of a great part  of the product
Honorable, the    Minister    of    Public'cheque will be returned.   In the event of most bakers and cake makers, who
Works equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.( of acceptance  of  tender  the cheque use them in the manufacture of sponge
'                                ' ..     ....      .      ],01in(]
ED GOULET. Agent C. P. R.
H.  C.  B.  FOSTER, A.  G.   P.  A.,  Van
couver.
of the amount of the tender, which; will be held until the contract Is
will be forfeited if the person tender- signed, when It will be returned,
ing decline to enter into a contract', The successful tenderer will be re-
when called upon to do so. or fail to quired to furnish a bond in satisfae-
complete the work contracted for. If tory sureties for a sum equal to the
the tender be not accepted the cheque .amount of the contract.
will be returned. The lowest or any tender not nece.3-
The department does not bind itself |sarlly accepted
cake,   lady   fleers,
other cake stuffs.
cake
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa. October 27, 1910,
Newspapers will  not be    paid    for.
this advertisement if they    insert    it
without authority  from    the    Depart-1
ment.
The unauthorized insertion of
advertisement in any newspaper
not be paid for.
J.  D.  M
this
will
Department  of Indian
Ottawa,  October  2d,
McLEAN,
Secretary.
Affairs,
1910.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       OF      TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
| Ke an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section 9, township 13,
New Westminster district Wheregs
proof of the loss of ceitificate of titls
! number 11985F, issued in the name of
John Sweeny, has been filed in this
| office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
Thc righl to cut timber under ;1- date of the first publication hereof, in
cense on Berth No. 635, comprising'a daily newspaper published in the
the following lands in the Province |City of New Westminster, issue a
of British Columbia, will be offered . duplicate of the said Ceitificate. un-
at public auction at the upset price of'less in tlie meantime valid objection}
f2.570.00, including cost of survey, at be made to me in writing.
2  O'clock   1'.   M.,   on   Wednesday   thej C.   S.   KEITH,
28th of December next, at the office; District Registrar of Titles,
Electricity to Control Weather.
London. Nov. 17.���President Fer-
ranti, of the Institution of Electrical
Engineers, lectin ing here, predicted
marvelous developments in electricity.
Having explained a scheme for a universal supply of electricity for all purposes at a sixteenth of the present
cost, lie declared that when electricity
was understood more fully it would
probably control the weather, producing or preventing rainfall when and
where it was wished. All things now
.-��������:.i< ed by coal could be better done
by electricity, consequently all coal
snoul.l be converted Into electricity
at a few big .enters and retailed from
them. This would save annually ninety million tons of coal, while thc- b. -
products of conversion would give
enough ammonium sulphate to fertilize all the cultivated laud of England.
BURNABY
Two acres, one  block  iroui Sixth street car lino
in,".      ��� j.
macadamized, containing ten hts with lane to back    t
and  5;   highly cultivated, with fruit,    trees,    sttawben
"���--.I
' bey
house, etc.    Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 am. 10   have   light   clearii
offers   an   ideal   investment.   Price   for  the  ten   lots
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 .��� nd   is   months.      Lot
separately on  terms to be art. nged.
THE
chlckei
'������'��� wbo��
J
be ��
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h-cy.
1
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'limber   Agent   at
Land   Registry   Offlre.   New   Westminster, B. C, November 15, 1910.
of   the   Dominion
New Westminster:
Timber  Bertb   No.  535,  situate 1  In .
the   Province   of    British   Columbia,
comprising  Section  28, Township  39, NOTICE.
West   of   Coast, Meridian,  contaialng 	
an area of 640 acres more or loss, is NOTICE is hereby given that the
shown on plan of survey, signed by Court of Revision of the list ot house-
Mr. A. Llghthall, 1). L. S., surveyed holders entitled to vote in the City of
in (day, 1910, and of record In the New Westminster, will sit at the City
Timber and Grazing Branch of the Hall in the City of New Westminster,
Depart] enl of the Interior. B. C, on Tuesday the twenty-second
A Ucen e will ntn be issued until dav of November, 1M0, ai the hour of
tho   full   amount    of    the    purchase 10 o'clock In the forenoon.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. KEN LEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113.  Office:   Princess
St
price, and the ground  rent:.!  for the
first year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate ���
rental, etc., are contained in the Timber Regulations, a copy of which may
be secured on application to the un-
dersigbed, or to the Crown Timbe.
Agent at New Westminster,
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa,  October 12th, 1910.
Dated
1910.
this lath day of November,
W.  A.
DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
White Slar-Dominion
Canadian Service
HOSPITAL
V
'estminster   P,
'vate    I los
pital.
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23
Townsend
it.     Matt
srnity
a
id
non-conta
siioilS        III
idical
c
lSl
s    accepted.
Terms
from
15
weekly. For
further p;i
rticu-
ll
1
IIS
ho
apply   to
ne  75a.
Hospital.
Tele-
Railway Time Tables
B.
Tori 'and���Halifax���Liverpool
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laurentic      Dec.
New triple screw, 1-4,R'j2 tons.
3
Canada    Dec.  10
Twin  screw, 514 feet long,
i
For rates, berth  reservations, etc.,
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N.  R.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
619 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Sealed tenders addiessed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
additions and alterations do the Public
Building, Nanaimo, B. C," will be received at this office until 4:00 p. m.,
on Monday, November 2*-, 1910, for
the work mentioned.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at 'his Department, on application to t..e Caretaker, Public
HullJing. Nanaimo, B. C, and at tho
office ol Mr. Win. Henderson, Resident Architect. Victoria . Ii. C.
Persons tendei ing are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
;.nd signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
firns, the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation and place of residence of '-;iri| member of the firm
must  be ci.en.
Each tender must,   be  accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a   chartered bank, payable to the order of the
Honorable    the   Mlnistei    of   P ibli i
Works, e.jual to ten )<���!��� cenl  (10 p.c.
of th<: amounl  ol  the tender,   which     Supply help of everv kind   Prompt
will be forfeited If the person tender- attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
Ing decline to enter Into a   contract   negi  lati I,
-���   'I, called    iei' to do so, or fall to g Be-ib:e rt
complete the work contracted for,   If
the tendei : e nol accepted the cheque '   ������'"'
v. j I  be i cli: nel. r
The  Department  does nol  bind  It- ���
.elf to accept  ti.e lowest or any tender.
By order, ���
k. C, DESROCHERS,
Secret ary.
Department   of   Public   Works,  Ottawa, October 27, 1910.
Newspapers will nol be paid for
this advertisement If they lneert It
without authority from the department
T. P
Morrison
Rhone 624.
J. II. Taylor
LABOR AGENTS
C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule. 1
'ars leave Vancouver for New West-
minster at ",:o0, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:00
am., and every half bour thereafter i
until li:30 p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
S:00 a.m., and every half hour there
after until 11:00 o.m. 12
Sunday Schedule.
.ar. l<��ave Vancouver for New West;
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
*i**4*rr half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van-
"ouver at SsOli a.m.. and every half
hour  thereafter  until 11 p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   Now   Westminster   at   7
n.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 1<> p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
O.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
��3S_ CANADIAN PACIFIC
**BX. Coast ^.Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a. m    Dally
1:00 p.m    Pally
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    Dally
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2:00 p. m    Mondays
8:00 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m   Every Saturday
TO   PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p. in.   Kvery Thursday  and  Sat.
TO STEWART  (Portland  Canal).
11:00 p. m    Kvery Thursday
S. S.  Beaver  leaves  New   Westmiu
ster S a.m.  Monday.  Wednesday and
Fridays;  leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday.    Thursday    and    Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
KD GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C.   B.   FOSTER,
A. Ci. P. A , Vancouver.
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
Of "I
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
idaily cm epl :-' inday I.. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  C. E, it.
idaily excepl  Sundaj I..  7:2"
12:00���Vancouver via B. C. E   R.
(dally except  Sundayi.ll :00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. K. R.
idaily except  Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
idaily except Sunday).. 7:30
13:00���Victoria   via   B.   C.   B.   It
idaily   except   Sunday i.. 7:30
7:30���l'nited States via G. N. It.
idaily except Sunday).. 7:::o
15:00���L'nited States via G. N. It.
idaily except Sunday |..10:00
l2:lo���All points easi ancl Europe  (daily)      7:20
2.'!:00���All points east and Europe   (daily i    15:15
2:10���Sapperton      and      Fraser
Mills      (daily      except
Sunday)         7:20
0:00���Sapperton    and     Fraser
mills      (dally      except
Sunday)       15:15
10���Coquitlam    (dally   except
Sunday)        7:30
13:00���Ceini.ii Park ami Edmonds (dally except
Sunday) 11:00
13:30���East Burnaby and Bur-
iiuit'am (dally except
Sunday      13:20
10:00���Timbei land, Strawberry
Hill and Soutli Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)      13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham   Island    13:30
10:00���Annieville,  Sunbury (dully
except  Sunday    13:30
O'OO���Annai is    Isl ind    Monday
Wednesday    and     Fri-
J
LIMITtiD.
T. H. McCORMICK, Mgr. Real Estate Department!
SS. TRANSF
Commencing  Sei tember  15, the SS. Transfer v.[\\   .
Key   wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m
Ladner, Westtam Island and Way Port]
Returning to  New  Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day mornln . al 7 a
7.20 a.m.    Additional tiip Monday morning, leaving ....���  j
ster at  5 a.m.
Thi    bi hedule BUbJect to change without notice
pai Benger i ates i pi ly to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manage!
7.*uzr.*K^e.��;z*���a'.
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, I
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, "....*'
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
l!etu::i  Fare:   Adults. 60c;  children  under 12, 36c,
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vai couver al
a.   pi.   and  eery   half  hour thereafter  until   11   p.  in.
Cars |e,-,\e Vancouver for Westminster   at   8   a.   :.. .        .   :::. '<���'-%
every half hour thereafter until 11:30   p.   m.
Sun lay Excursion Hates:  Return fare. 50c; children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster foi Vat A
at 7:20 a. ra., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leaveVu|
couver for  Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 6:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits  Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. tn 11 :'  ;-.|
Sunday   Service���20-ininute  service from S a.m. to 11 20 p.m.
Bapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY COj
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I.ei^
Led 'i' '
ll
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading Co.\
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All KlndB of
LUMEBR, LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH I
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    ANJ [
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Boy
10:00-
9:00-
New Westminster, B.C.
PALMER
GASOLENE ENGINES
3%   tO  25   II.   P.
Cycle.
to 25
and  4
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   MANGE   2,
Take Notice that I, William Robert j
Dick, of Vancouver, it. C, occupation,
leal estate dealer, Intend to apply fori
IertnisBlon to lease 500 acres of land'
bounded  as  follows:    Cominonrln.    at.
8  post planted   200  yards  above  tide
tvater on the river entering the head
��r  Dralney's  inlet,  thence  north    100
chains, thence west 50 chains, thence
south   loo    chains,    thence    east    50
chains to post of commencement.Purpose for which It. is required, quarry*
In;.;.
WILLIAM  KOI)i:RT DICK.
J^i'r-d September 2'ith. lfllfl
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
V* J
^m m. m  mm-mm-mm ���������!_. mm-: -^ l,l WW m
Great  Northern  Railway
Leaves     New     Westminster
a. m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster
a.m.;   arrives  Seattle  11:15  p.m
Leaves     New     Westmlnstei'
p.m.;   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
���  Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
'i. m.;  arrives Seattle 7:2,ri a.m.
Leaves   Seattle   K:0.r>   a.m.;   arrives
Now Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.
Vow Westminster 6:25 p.m.
Leaves   Seattle   4:25   p.m.
New Westminster 0:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.
New Westminster (1:30 a.m.
11:20-
11:30-
8:17
10:30
4:30  H:30
day      13:30
-Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      12:30
-Vancouver, Piper's Siding via (1. N. R,
l dally except  Sunday l ..14 : 20
Cloverdale and Port Kells
(dally  except   Sunday (..15:00 ,
-Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday,    Friday    and    Sat-
(Tuesday   and
arrives
arrives
arrives
(dally
dial
day
Tynehead
Friday)
Hnrnaby   Luke
cept Sunday
10:00���Ai     lsioiu, ....
tin. Ion,  etc.
cei I Sunday)  	
Crescent, White Rock aud
bill ine idaily exoe.t
Sunday)      	
Hull's Pin lie. Fern I'Hre
nnd lla:'.leinen (Tuesday. Thursday and Sot-
15:00,
15:00
8:20-
16:45'
15: ir
MNOfi BAKED FOOD,   (f%.,/���'
fecsh,flCiod, wholesome,, V4sl:j|6|       A
ecGnoEw��c��l*     Readily w, Mt��^-~{]i
made with
W. P. WHITE
Architect  and  Building  Constructor.
SnociallBl  In Steel.  Reinforced Con-1
'fete and   Modern  Building Construe-!
Ion,    Telephone 800,
Room   13   Dominion   T.-urt   Building.
New WESTMINSTER.
Q. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex-
'l-\,.      ouilUi...      II un.      II. iv..-,c     p. .-,,,v,<l    ai
-tation   3:60   p. in.;    arrives  at   Port
iiilchon  0:30 p. ni.
Leaves Port Gulchon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except. Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a. rn.
Gardiner & Gardiner
No coarscnc-M in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Fine and pure
as newly-fallen mow���so rich in
delicious savour, once used, always
used
152
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win bring results,
In the News.     It
(F. O. Gardiner)  ���
ARCHITECTS
Room (5. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Try a "Wanl" ad ln The
win bring icsults.
G.   N.   R.���Sumao   Branch.
Leaves  Sumas  8:00  a. ur,   arrives I
hridge passenger station, New West-!
'���"".'���,    io:20   a.m.   dally   execeptl
Sunday. '    Tlll;e lll�� round
Leaves   New   Westminster   bridge  river on Saturday
pussenper station 3:60 p. m.;  arrives  leaves  Dnicltmani
"hone C61 Residence Phone 133 Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday,  p.m.   Return Cave
News   It
��*
trip on  the Fraset
Steamer Transfer
let's    wharf    at    2
50 cents. ��;'
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IT   WILL   BRING   RESULT;
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEW^ OVEMBER 18-  'rX
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVKN.
eiven   ���"���**���
is It' b Limited, a body
and :      th.
. npani.      Aci
.*���'"cniur11'1''.     wis" carrying
���>. ""--,:,ft   companies    Act,
*' '    e^Brltlsl,
1*"%,   Go     ���",   { a certain
gV th.     '       ., ol wharves
,,.     of     the
,      onfi    the
\ ������ "B,"   and
.   iota  seven   (7)
.     [,���   (2)   in  the
nlnBter and pro-
iels1" ';";\\'cstm"istcr
U of !�����_   ^-...mwa. have
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
mia:ter Board of Trade meets m tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursd iy ol each month;
quarterly meeting oa the tniro
Thursday oi February, May, August
and Novemt>er, at ts p.m.     annual
i tings on the third Thursday ot
Febru&ry, New members may hf'
proposed and elecl ��� .. at any month
ly or quarterly mr-tiii_ <"" w
Stuart-Wad", secretary,
C.   H
CULT Of ECSTACY IS
LATEST IN ENGLAND
Poet Revives Religion Redolent of Ancient Worship
Incense and Darkness.
general sc:
there was
Calls Life a Nightmare.
The performance on the sl ge was
not half as diverting as the Impromptu performance iti the auditorium, Tho
gist of the sermon preached by Mr.
Crowley ai the firs! seance, under the
auspices of Saturn, was that life was
imble for safe-j a nightmare with nothing beyond it.
1    A peculiar feature   of   these
monies in  bono:- of the various zodia
cal dietfes is that you are requested
to vear dlffei olors for the differ-
There were several well known socio] i eople among the audience, and
it maj be thai the "cull of ecstacy '
will soon become the rate. Its founder
a   ������.:*. that the earnest Btudent of hla
t.i "'-ii' different color!  for the differ- a   erl   tnai tne ear
enl seances���black or dark   blue   for principles profits mentally and phyai-
Saturn, violet for Jupiter,   scarlet   or cally and develops capacity tor Intel-
....o,,t    nm   nossessed   by
Satu:!'.. violet for Jupiter,   '.carle!    or  rally   ana aeveiu
brown for Mars, green or sky blue tor lectual enjoyment   no:   possessed   b
Venus, and shot silk for Mercury. the ordinary mortal,
de-
(I.  I'1 .' -.     II '1-'" **  ,
t Ottawa, plans
;�����.,,.- ,      tl,ey  propose
,.'  with a descrip-
thereof described
l0itH"'1,; ,1.(1= ���������������<* lliive llls''
lL*- ������-'��� .   o.  ea.'h  in  the
fcitW'   8d   J   of   deeds   to,
E,     ��� Westminster, in
works are pro-
���- llstflrt i d ,   acCordance
ofeectVou 7 of
��� ; ' ,,,,,,-s Protection
-���"">hle        0f the    Revised
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGEXTSI MANA
ger c. .1. Sykes), G2 Powell r
Vancouver. I'l,one 3576, Prompt
attentlos given to all orders for
male- help, Ring us up, wire or
write If unable to visit us.
t. to
h tlie
.   SJiu��S5
EDMONDS.
.    ',;,,.,-   Tannery.
ed
I0, New Westmln-
p77EWW_ESTM.NSTER.
I ,nr the position of City
I:- .',,,! by tbe un-
Monday,    the 28th
..'
-,  salary required,
\   DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
m Ha���, November Sth, 191
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS
bars and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Bloc. Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H
L,  Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westmlnstei offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia anu
McKenzie streets, Vancouver of
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville slice;. I--. C. Wade, K. C...
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
|t��  WESTMINSTER
���-'' TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
R, T. PRINCE, expert accountant and
auditor. Agent foi the Hall Safe
Co Office, room 5, Market Block
opposite  City   Hall,   Columbia   St.,
���,:v      PhOpe  I.F.7R.
11. .1.  A.  BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant.      Tel.    it 128.    Room,
Trapp block.
. ���,. ol New Westminster.
Dfc*��r      ��������� I William Robert
lAKEt occupation
./J^ to aPPly for
.    a    post    planted
.-north fro,,    the
���    Timber    Lease
. ,     ,,���.,,,    wes
thence    south    eightj
I- .     ea8,     eighty    chain-.
chains to point ol
fining  640 acres
| ^     I ROBERT DICK
,      .....   .       er I-. 1.10.
MISS M. BROTEN,   public   Btenogra-
Dher;   specifications,   business    lei
., a etc ; circular work taken.
puoiie 415. Hear of Major and
Bavagi ���   'fflce, Columbia St.
FREEMAN     HUNTING,    KOOM     22
Curtis Hlock.   P. 0. Hox 694
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO
Heal  Estate and Insurance Agents-
City,  farm  and  suuurban  property
62S and 74fi Columbia St
LAND   ACT.
D IS-
b�� Westminster Land District.
trict of   New  Westminster. .
- ��� thai John   Ferdinand
..-   ��� N'elson   Island,   occupation
. ti:. 11 to apply for permls-
ise the   following    de-
:it   a   post   planted
I idle northeast    from tl.e
a, .,  to Hunk of Montreal.
I ..   : i J bay,
Co., bank, offlce and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteu
and detail work. Designs and esti
mate, furnished. .1 Brookes, pro
prietor. \\ork<: Corner Eleventh
and car line.     P. O. box 251, 1'tion.
^^^^L^*^*^***\\W\l\W\__\
London, Nov, 12.   Al I iter Crowlev
poet, is   ii e   foui der   oi  a new cult,
'��� hieh i! to initi ite Londoners into the
mysteries   of   "Ecstacy."    He   has
readj   enrolled  Beveral    disciples  as
atie as himself, and anj ore who
wishes to Join the ranks ol the elect
n.     do  so  upon  payment   oi   a  tive
guinea tee.   The Society of the Equinox has been formed and the Idea It
to revive in the twentieth century the
arts   ot   forgotten   a.far.,   whereby   you
may   be   lifted  to  intellectual   planes
far above tlie reek and murk ot 1.cm-
don.
Seances representative of the signs
ol the zodiac are new taking place at
('avion   ball,   and   the   attendance   on
the flrst ceiling was on a scale promising en      '   for Mr, Crowley and hit
satellites.   The  loorkeeper was dress
ed as a  mohk, arme l  with a nak'i.
sword and redoh nl in <������ stery.   The
hall was In almost total darkness, the
faint rays       an oriental lamp serving
jonly  in  heighten the  gloom.    Dens<
clouds of Incense ascended from half
a dozen braziers and gripped you by
Mie   ihroat.    You  stumbled  about  trying to find a seat, and when you did
so H  pre -ptly collapsed beneath you.
Exclamations the reverse of ecstatic
ci re audible, and one man became i?o
nervous that, he picked himself up and
Bed from the hall, followe l by the protesting   sword   bearer.      Out    of  the
blackm  a came a voice reciting poetry
punctured with the thud of bare feet
prancing on th.e floor.
Din white figures appeared bearing
glimmering red lamps and marching
in a circle, stam] lug heavily, without
any regard tor time. This was supposed to represent thc processional!
march of ancient priests, but as an
artistic ferformance it left a good
deal to be desired. The poetry was
very vivid and sonorous.
A  female  figure    draped   in   white
played a \iolin solo with a good deal
of   effect,   alter   which   the   invisible
high priest again poured forth poetry
and tho same eerie dance recenimen -
ed. Before the ceremony was half over
half 'he audience had been unseatel.
and had retired    to    the more    solid .
benches armmd tlie wall.
Why   such   flimsy   little   stools   had
been   provided,  instead  of   the   usual
chairs, remains a mystery.    In going
to the rescue of one unfortunate wom-
. an  who was struggling on the floor
the aimed monk evidently lost control
of 1 19 sword, and a sudden yell testi-
r;e,l to thc keenness ol hs point.   I l
the tense darkness it was a trifle un-
fortable to know tbat the weapon
w^s somewhere in your neighborhood,
and whenever its    owner    came    near
O R ��3
5IWE|^ Clearance
SALE
Sugar    Spoons,    regular    $1.25,
sale   price    75c  ���  	
Twice given is silverware
trial after long years oi service
will continue to please with its
coid Meat Fork, smaii, regular   beauty and uselulness.  To be
$1.50, sale price  $1.00   assured ol getting silver possess-
���1 l:i:���   ������1.   U.
Cream    Ladle
Sale price
regular    $1.25,
 65:
Cold   Meat Fork,  large,  regular
$-2.00, sale pri:e   $1-?-5
ing these qualities, ask ior
"1847
Berry    Spoons,    regular    $2.50,
(special)  sale price   ....$1.50
Gravy    Ladles,    regular    $2.50,
sale price   $1.50
.*
ROGERS BROS!
We carry a lull line ol this
iamous silverware, each piece
ol w hieh is up to the very nigh
standard suggested by the title
"Silver Tlaie that Wears,''
1^^^^^^^^^^^   earned by over 60 years oi
Tea Spoons, regular $4.50, sale     painsta^ing   e{{ort   lo   pr0(]uce
"      ' ��������� 1   1��� :__
Jelly Spoons, regular $2,00, sale
price    *1-L0
pi ice
$3.50   the best in quality and design
           "*
Knives   and   Forks,   half   dozen
each, regular $7.50, sale price
 $5.50
Sterling  Tea   Spoons.  $4.00  the
naif dozen in box. i Hurry before they all go).
Child's Sets, Knife, Fork and
spoon, a good variety to choose
from at reduced prices.
Fruit Knives. Carvers, Fie
Knives, Nut Crackers, Sugar
Tongs, Baby Spoons, and other
thins9 too numerous to mention
here.
Call and we will he pleased to
show you the goods.
Remember every piece is absolutely guaranteed.
and   abort     40
raln< easterly from    tbe    sen". ���   ;!
Jem ei   lol    number     ii.
j     . io chains, thence east
I _nce    Boutl     4" chains,
]-.. ,.       ���   io  chains  to  point    oi
|       ...:.-.  containing   1""   ac,c>
.  FERDINAND  BA0O8-
1 Au. ust 29. 1010. | ^^^^^^^^^
\Vatktns, proprietors.
I KING'S HOTKL ��� COLUMBIA Sl
Phone IS. Newest and most up-to
date in the city. Terms moderate
First class cuisine.  .1. Trachy, Prop
Take ne-i., that  I, William Robert
fDlck, Ol  Vancouver.   B.C.,   occupa ion
���   ���   ate dealer, intend to IW|��|
jermlBslon to lease 2 icres o   lane
: unded aa (..Hows-. Commencing �������
a post planted at the cast side of tne
estreme head of the north arm m
Dralney's Inlet, thence east 40 cium*.
thence south 50 chains, thence west
10 chains, thence north 50 chains to
post of commencement I'm pose ior
I *hlch it Is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DK lv
O. O. P. AMITY LODGE NO.
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, coiner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock
Visiting brethren Cordially Invited
to attend. W. II. West, NO; W. C
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
j.  W.  MacDonald, financial   	
tan
aecre
TENDERS
SEALED TENDERS addressed *o
Thi Se ��� ��� i:v Departmenl ol Indian
. Ottawa, and marked on the
envelope Tenders for Carcross Boarding School whi be received m> ���"
toon February 26, 1911, for the erection of a frame boarding school bnihl-
'��������� neat Carcross, Yukon Territory.
ind  m educations    may    be
Hen     ��� e offlcea of T. F. Neelanas,
Inspe ��� ���   of   Indian     Agencies,   \ an-1
\V, E  Ditchburn. Inspect .:  01 ^
I Vgendes,     Victoria-.     R.     *-������
.Min c.oid Commisslcme.-,
v   t.. tho Commissions
I   n.   1 lawson     City,   V.   'i ������
���i Pei      Reed,    tuning    Recorder
Eai., tendei   musl be accompanied
'-'' a ma Ked cheque made payable to
; < :.e,l  for  a  sum equal  to
pe   . enl   ot the amount    of tlie
The cheque will be forfeited
��� n tendering decline to en-
:': Into a contract when called upon |
'".   If the tender be not accept-
' '��� ."que wlll  be  returned.    In
' ' event of acceptance of tender the
">nue .ill he hell until the contract
l�� signed, when lt. will be returned
The successful tenderer will he re
Wired t i furnish a bond In satisfai
tory sureties for a sum equal to tl��
amount  if Lhe contract.
The lowest or any tender not neces
8wJly accepted
Sent On Approval
To kLwHSIBtS PKOPtU
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
Irzd gem
CTelnK Pencil
ten]
PERFUMED
LYE
|ls ^standard article
READY  FOR USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
tot m��htng *o*p, ioflenlng wat*r,
rtmotlni eld paint. dl��lnf��cttn��
��� InHt, cloaala, drains and fer
many ether purposes. A can
���quale 30 pound* SAL SOOA.
BOLD  EVERYWHERE.
TOWONTO.OHT.    J
CONSTIPATION
MUNYON'S
PAW-PAWPILLS
Bridge Street and
Hing Edward Avenue
Vancouver, B. C.
Harry T. Dcvinc
begs to announce that he has received instructions from the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to sell by
PUBLIC AUCTION
Monday, November 21st, 1910, at^lO o'clock a.m.
Inj Pender Hall, Cor. Pender and Howe Sts.
ABOUT 350 LOTS in that portion of District 526 bounded on the north by
20th?A.venue, on the south by 25th Avenue, on the east by Ontario Street,
and on the west by Oak Street.
The following are the blocks and lots: ^^^^
South Vancouver
ad
not
'  " unauthorised  insertion
"ai'tlsement in
'" paid for,
any
of
newspupci
J.   I).
a
McLEAN,
Secretary
civ...
irtaienl  ol  Indian  Affairs
Ottawa, November l. 1910
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
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V\r,V<*rHW"'--l"["\ll
����"^!t."';l   wna.��i
i<*    r'1' .   nsllflll,  ol
Nou-bre��k��l>le I  ���   J , .,
,.m, H^iei-.";'.':",;,^,,
ptsln or ertfi*****
���, ai-tltr-***.
f ��rW**����JLJSX:
"VS.   ,...f.n."f":",".,.;
'' ,,t,,.n It""'"" ""'
!��u��l..l)J��rl��'
Laughlin Mfg. Co.
DitrolL
in  my
Munyon's    P��"
Paw Pdli are >n
1 ur ad other IcJta-
Uvea or catli.i"'' �����
Vl7^.^- ^
KBtk      melh0 B-
Tli^v <1. not Kour;
they do n t gripe;
they d. n.t w *���**
���tart ��1 tUO secretin, ct tbo lvcr
nni poir.iudi m t\
v.y that Boon p"��
tllv-v   crzann   in   a
healthy eonditiop
and eorrecti cousti-
opinion   constipation
Rlork 581, lots 1, 2, 5, fi, 11.
lfi, 19, 20, 29, 30.
Block 582, lots 5, fi, 9, 10, 13
22, 25, 86, 29, 30, 3o, 3G.
Block 5S3, lots 8, 4, 11. 12,
19, 20, 23, 24, 27, 28, 31, 32.
Block 5S4. lots 3. 4, 7, S, 11,
20, 23. 24. 27, 28, 31. 32
Block fiOl, lots 1, 2,  5. fi, 9.
14, 17. IS. 21, lil', 25, 2fi, 29, 80.
Block f.02   lots 3. 4, 7, 8, 13,
18, 21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 80, 35, 36.
Block 603, lots 3, 4, 7, 8. ll,
20, 23, 24, 27. 28, Sl, 32.
Block 604, lots 3, 4, 7, 8, ll
20, 25. 26, 27. 28, 81, 32.
Block 621, lota 3, 4, 8, 9, 14
19. 22. 23, 2'i. 27. 80) 31.
Blo i��  622, lots  5. fi, 13,  M
21,   22.   25,  26,  29.  30,  35,   36,
12,
14,
15,
12
10.
. 14,
12.
12,
15
17
15,
21,
16,
19.
13,
, 17.
19,
19,
IS.
13.
Block fi23   lots 3. 4, 7 8, 11, 12,
18, 23, 24, 27, 28, 31, 32.
Block (124, lots 1, 2, 7, 8, 11, 12,
lfi. 19, 20,  23, 24, 29, 30.
Block 661, lots 5, K, lfi, 17, 22.
26, 27.
Block 602, lots 1, 2. 5, fi, 9, 10,
14, 17, IS. 23. 24, 27, 28.
Block fifi3. lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12,
16, 21, 22, 25, 27.
Block C.64. lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12,
lfi.  20T, 23. 24.
Block 681, lots 1, 2, fi, 7. 12, 13,
17. 20,  21,  24   25,  -.7.
Block 682, lots l, 2, 5 7, S. 11, 12,
16, 21, 22. 25, 26, 29, 30.
Block 683, lots 3. 4. 7. 10, 11, 14,
is. 19, 24, 25, 26, 27.
Block C84. lots 3, 6, fi, 8. 11, 12
lfi.  19, 29, 24. 25, 26.
17.
15.
23,
13,
15,
15,
lfi,
. 15,
. l:'-
15
i
!
!
Point Grey
VUock 580A. lets 1, 2. 4   B.
Block fiOOA, lots 1, 2   .1. ��..
Blopk620A,lot��3,6,^,11.12.��-
Hlock fi5S, lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 13, Lt, 11,
t,on-    Ki. "toe moat"aiimeflfc. Thcrc
tmatio'
,  Th.-r
bowels,
IS
pdtion.
^Ifero f-*�� JET When "thi;
whichJi ^.ySffffi whole ayjtam
pme becomw cjoww        b iou nr..S| ,n-
Cornea V**T&_Z^blood, which often
digention ami mW"      j    kiltnoy   ad
produce. '^Tho"������ *& con
Slenti,   No'^vllwr complaint can ��^
2S/SXR S* complc*on���or en,oy
good health. pillg  are  a  tonic
PMunyona  p��* J'* ,���_ n.rvea.   They
to the at��^��rM"f   weakening;   they
5.��8M8Sk*S food that-
put into it. .   ������ caloroel, no dope,
W Thcae pi"" contain n d   ^   ^
th^  ���"a^hi3Sol  the Uel. to .Ot
JSS&t K Aloe 25 cent..
Block 659, lots 3, 4.
Block 660. lots 1. 2,
15   19, 20, 26, 29, 32.
8, 13, 14. 17.
fi, 10, 11, 14,
Block 677. lots 3, 4. 6, 9, 10, 13, 14,
1T'BJo8ck"6782,4,lofs 3, 7, 8, 9. 10, 17, 18,
19Block fi79, lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 13. 14. 19,
8��B10C_ fiSO. lots 3, 4, ft, 15, IC 20, 21,
28, 29, 33, 34.
15.    19,    20,    W,    ItV,    mm.
TERMS OF SALE: Ou qx-trter c*iih, Balance 1, 2 an*Tm3years, interest
at 6 per cent. If the Purchasers dssire to build, one house only to eich lot,
to cost not less than One Thousand Dollars. mMH
This building condition applias to all lots with the exception of those on
King Edward Avenue, where no house^of j a lass'valuej than Two Thousand
Dollars can be erected.
Plans and further particulars can be obtained from
HARRY T. DEVINE, A. H. NICHOL,
Auctioneer, Townsite Agent,
437 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B. C tr. R.
������-���������������������������_ PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV   NEWS.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ,.
i6' 191.1
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City News
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right prices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
There will t>e a masquorade carnival at the Pythian Roller rink .Monday night.
t'   *. ���
W, E. Dunlop, formerly traffic man-
asei on the B. C. E. K.. hat fought a
cigar stand at the Oxford cate Holby
stieet, Bellingha i.
Read Deans' Giocery ���advertisement on page 2. Ii  will pay yon." *"
One lonely drunk  fiuel the   public
magistrate    yesterday   morning,   and
contributed $2.50 to the municipal ex-j
che.iuer as tlie price or' liberty.
The C. P. R. depot has been equip-1
ped with a new passenger   platform. |
This  is  the  first  instalment   towards
remodelling of tiie entire depot, which
will he tackled in earnest next spring.
I
The regular meeting of the Women's i
Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian bos-'
pital   will   be   held   in   the   board    of
trade  room  on   .Monday  afternoon  at
three  o'clock     All   members   are   re-1
[quested to attend.
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 1 lg pinter stock is now in from
the best makers We have them at
a low price and we have a kind
WE GUARANTEE. We have als:
Combination as well as
FOUNTAIN
SYRINGES
It will pay you to look over our stock
of RUBBER GOODS on display in our
.how window.    Try  us for '
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
. t*r -
Curtis Drag Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Six large lots, three facing Seventh
avenue and three facing Nanaimo, 200
feet east of Twelfth street car line for
sale en bloc at $750 each. I-li casli.
Reid, Curtis & Dorgan, TOU Columbia.
The sale of a sixty-acre ranch at
Hazelmere for the price of }100 per
acre is reported. The vendor is Kerens .Mclnnes, a resident of Hazelme'e
for the last, twenty-two years. The
purchasers are from the Okapo ;;.n
Valley.
The water front i.s quiet these days.
Yesterday the Trader unloaded six
hundred barrels of lime at Gilley Pros
i wharf and departed, leaving thc docks
deserted, the exception of the halibut
steamer Roman, at her winter quarters, and the usual small fry.
At Knox Presbyterian church, Sap- j
perton, yesterday afternoon, the Re.-. I
E. G. Thompson solemnized the marriage of Lafayette Breckenridge iO|
Louise Pickering of Millside. The!
couple will1 make tneir residence in
the city.
on Tuesday evening, when representatives of all parties interested in the
j scheme to dredge the North Arm of
;the Kraser will meet. Hoards of trade
;of Vancouver, Soutli Vancouver, Point
Grey Richmond will be represented,
iand it Is probable that a petition ��o
ithe Minister of Public Works will be
the result. Signatures have already
ibeen attached to this petition representing fifty millions of invested capital, and this, it is stated, is only a
beginning.
Lorne Sharpe returned yesterday
from a week's visit to Chilliwack.
A. E. White, who has recently returned from a trip to Portland, has
brought back with him some inform.v
'tion on publicity, the port of Portland and the mouth of the Columbia
river, for the discussion of wbicli the
board of trade will hold a Bpeclal
meeting on Monday evening. Mr.
White states that the information he
has received is dlrectlj applicable io
some of the questions that arc at
present puzzling tlie city of New
Westminster.
At tlie fortnightly meeting of Uie
Educational club, held at the home jf
Mrs. J. A. Lee yesterday afternoon,
a bazaar of a rather unusual nature
was projected. The name of this new
form of entertainment Is "The Feast
of Days," and the idea is to have the
different stalls represent the various
days of ihe week, such as washing
day. ironing day, reception day, et~.
if all roes well, it will take place In
the second week of December, and a
committee was appointed to arrange
for accommodation, if possible, in a
down town store. The net procee Is
from the Welsh choir concert were
returned at $137.50, whic!' will be applied as usual to thc assistance of
Columbian college.
ADVERTISE  IN THE OAll.Y NEW*
The medals for thc winners of first!
and second places in the recent roller skating races will be presented to '
the winners. Wright and Peek, at the;
rink tonight. The medals are at pres- j
ent en exhibition in the store windows
of Sinclair, the shoe man.
i A f;i!e of unclaimei aftd seize l
-��� o Is will be held held at the customs
examining warehouse on Thursday,
December 1, when property once belonging to travellers whi tried i.o
cheat the Dominion cut if revenue
.vill be dis;.used of t'i the highcsl
bidder.
Rev. and Mrs. C. w Houghton, and
their son, Gordon, are leaving on De-
e iber 1 for California, where they
vi I ss.end about three months. They
will Inter pay a visit tr Westminster
but wi.l not reside heie, Mr. Houghton having resigned from St. Barnabas church. Mrs. Houghton will not
receive today.
Thieves bioke into a freight car on
G. X ferry Kidney No. 2, recently, and '
with   raie  discrimination    stole    the
contents of two cases ot whisky.    To
effect their rai 1, it was necessary to
break the government seal on the car,
1 and   this   is   a   more   rerious   offence'
'than the theft.    The police are work-1
ing on the case. I
i
The:e Is nothing; now to report la
connoction with the building of the
new Y. M. C. A, on Royal avenue,
'lenders were called for provisionally,
but may ha\e to be withdrawn on
account of a part of the foundation
work which it was originally intended
to include in the day labor portion
of the work, having to be taken over
by the contractor lor the superstructure.
The Public
Supply Stores
The Centnl Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A
Charles W. Bishop, V M. C. A. college secretary for Canada, who is
coming to Vancouver today, expressed
a desire to address tlie students of
Columbian college tomorrow. Dr. Sipprell, principal of the college, replied
that Saturday was not a suitable day,
but If Mr, Bishop could arritn. e to
stay over till the beginning of next
week, be would be delighted to avail
himself of the offer.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
,    The  program  of   the   Hicks   Choir
[conceit, to be given in Sixth Avenue
TRIAL'Methodist church next Tuesday evec-
|lng. wi.l be almost entirely o.   a classical  and   sacred   character.     A.    E,
Sprange,
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't he: 1-
tate 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 th# most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with i erfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
fcto-VJ
GET
Canary's Chocolates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed for
T. A. MR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441. Columbia &*..
New Westminster, B.C.
the unusual    merit    of   the program,
should ensure a large attendance.
I     The  board  of  trade  rooms  will  he
; the S"ene of an interesting eonventi.in
Ge
Adam
Phone 92
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* *
I Some Special Snaps j
*  THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY         . *
t j
:5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.    Streets on three sides   ���
of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms. j
* 10  lots  extending  from  First  to   Second   street.    This  property ���
* Is especially well  situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.  X
* Price $350 each.    Term*    INVESTIGATE. *
I     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.     j
*,*>********���***********���*******************���>****���****���
Thirty-Five
Trimme
$4.50 Ei
See   the   window   showing of hats on  sale Friday and Sat'
day at this low price. Each hat Is a style In use thl
popular every-day models, triced  by our staff, to Bell al  prii
t/y\     -il   away below wlllU we asked for Imported pattern Hats
��?��&    J    on !" "i"""ed hats have been lowered.   Our policy h
OUl   every   hat   before   the close of the season, hence the .
lowering of prices.    Friday and Saturday offering aff i
did choice.    We BUggest early  buying, as thlrty-flve hai
be quickly sold at this low price.    Each          u
IRISH POINT
LACE CURTAINS
New Showing, $6.50 to$15.00 pr.
The nicest showing of attractive cui tains you will see hereabouts.
Beautiful Ivory, Ivory and Old Rose, Ivory and Qreen, and two-toned
Ecru effects in simple and elaborate designs; all three yards long
and   Ou  inches  wide.    Per   pair    $6.50 to  $15
"Ron Femme" Curtains
(Single curtains beautiful and serviceable. "Bon Fcmme" curtains
are for use on single windows, both ends arc finished with wide
frill, are 2_ and 2% yards long and 60 Inches wide. We BhoW the i
in Brussels net with net frills or Irish point lace frills on body pari
of French Mull. Further description is nol possible heie. A visit to
th ��� Kousefurnishing wlll enable you to see the new showing of curtains. We will consider II a pleasure to show them. Each
*_____________________________*���}*}-7*->   to
Women's
Fine
Italian
Kid Gloves
ON     SALE      FRIDAY    AND
SATURDAY.   PER   PAIR    ..
300  pairs  if  tan  and
Kid  Gloves ol   i .i ei;
ish  and  quality.    Cu I
will  be pleasant Ij   .
at  the remarkable
:. red   in   this
daj :i sale   ni   Glov<
I night i his in   ber ��� I  ;
realizing   thai   b   t<
���    tld  rut   be  had       In  I
rant e at e t wo Btj li
dome    fasteners,    and    I
pearl buttons.   Slzi
Inches.     Regular   values
and   $1.25.    <in  sale   !'.  ���
and    Saturday    only.     Pi
I'"'1" **^s***W*M
NEW FALL "BUTTERICK FASHIONS" AMD DELINEATORS NOW ON SALE. ASK TO SEE THEM,
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO
TO BE CLEANED ANH DYED
BY THE XEW AND PERFECT PROCESS.
We have wide experience  i:i
Cleaning and Dying.
Machinery and skilled    work
people, in  fact  we  have every
;     facility at hand lo give you tho
j BEST WORK  FOR  THE
; LEAST MONEY.
i
j     Clowns    and    Costumes, Gents'
i     Suits,   Glomes,  etc.
'       ���is���*************p���n��� ���* ����� w*mm ��� wm m <*****) >������	
G. F. BALDWIN, Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
j    Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
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| Sg"W8g FITTINGS
I SHOW CASES
��
r ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL-
I INGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD-
fl WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI-
I MATES   SUPPLIED
If   Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE T3
*m ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
Hew and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   DAILY   NE'.V.
P. BURNS' MARKET
New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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