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NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. ('.. I-'KIDA V MORNING, OCTOBER 7. 1910.
PRICE FIVE  CENTS.
KING MANUEL 13
SAFE AT G1BRALTER
Deposed Ruler of Portugal
Flees to British Fortress
���Fighting Over.
DIRECTORS TO BE
ELECTED T
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TODAY'S   PROGRAM.
Chi'dre-i's    Day.
���   10:00  A.  M.���Children's  sports  'f every  description.
>*   11:00 A.
M.���Finals for Silver Trcphy, between the Squamlsh Indian
Gibraltar, Oct. tl.���King Manuel of
Portugal, Queen Anielle and the Duke
of Oporto, arrive! hero this afternoon
from Cintra on board the royal yacht.
They are safe and under the protection of the British  Hag.
No   More   Fighting.
Lisbon, Oct. ti.���No more serious
lighting has heen reported heie and
'the country seems to he taking the
revolution quietly. Lisbon is completely ln the hands of the revolutionaries, and reports from other
places are not encouraging to the
monarchy.
Today tlie new president, Theophile
Braga, had an interview with Sir F.
H. Villlers, the Hritish minister. The
new president expressed a wish that
the alliance between Britain and Portugal would be maintained. It. is not
known whether or not tbe interview
will be regarded as a recognition of
the republic by Great Britain.
Revolution Accomplished.
London, Oct. G.���Sir F. II. Villiers,
minister at Lisbon, telegraphed the
foreign office early today that the republican revolution apparently had
been accomplished and there seemed
to be no reason of fear of further violence.
Spain Fears Similar Outbreak.
Valencia, Spain, Oct. fl.���Marked uneasiness Is felt here following tlie
proclamation of a republic in Portugal. Today civil guards patrol the
streets and a strong contingent was
held in (rout of the quarters of the
Republican cluh. The governor of
Valencia ordered the removal of Republican flags suspended from the
windows of the many Republican and'1
similar organizations. Troops were
held in readiness for any emergency.
SAPPERTONS FIND IT EASY
TO DEFEAT REGINA BOYS
Annual Meeting of R.A. & I. ���
Society Takes Place This:*
Evening in City Hall.        | ���
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Lacrosse team and the Brownsv.lle  Indian  Lacrosse team.
City    Intermediate    Champions     Win
Out   Against   Strengthened   Easterners by  Seven to Two.
The Bapperton Intermediate Lacrosse team conclusively proved its
right to the city championship yesterday afternoon by defeating the Reginas by a seven lo two score. From the
face off the Reginas who had a couple of West End men on their lineup, did not have a chance. The Sapperton players scored two goals in the
flrst ton minutes, while Reginas were
warming to the game. Alter that
they scored one. but it was too late;
tbe Bapperton team had them going
and kept them going until the end
of the fame.
There was some good lacrosse in
���pots, but the ground wns still slippery after tlie .ame, and there was a
lot-Of ���lipping a.l 1 loose work. Right
at tbe finish the Reginas tried hard to
SCOte and had some good chance.-., but
th* Bapperton defence seemed to he
Invincible and in the
last  year's   champions
the nets once.
The game was very
Tim Mahoney only bavin!1, to hand out
a COUpli of penalties, both In tne lirst
quarter
The   Teams.
Sapierlon���Coutts,   Stott.    Patchell,
MacKenzie.  Car>
The council chamber of the city hall
will be crowded this evening witli '
members of the R. A. & I. society,the
occasion being the annual meeting at
which officers and directors for thel
coming year are to he elected. The
active officers and the members of
the hoard of control are usually sel- |
ecled from among men residing in
this city or district, hut the list of directors is not so limited, including as
it does men from as far east as Bd*
monton. as far west as the coast of
Vancouver Island, and as far north
as Dawson  City,
The election of the directors does
nol occupy much time, considering-j
the large number of names that bavef
to be passed on, contested territories
being the exception rather than the
rule.
Number of Interesting suggestions
with regard to proposed changes for
future fairs are to be Introduced for
discussion tonight and it is probable
that there wlll be some lively debates
before tbe ineeting is over.
The chair tonight will be occupied
by President T. J. Trapp, while Manager W. H. Keary will deliver the important speech of evening, this being
a comprehensive review of the work
of the past year and the progress of
the exhibition to date.
Following is a complete list of the
experts who are picking out the winners ln the various classes:
Light Morses���J. M. Gardhouse,
Weston. Ontario.
Heavy Horses���P. Farrell, Woodstock, Ontario.
Sheep���J.  M. Gardhouse.
Cattle anl Swine���W. 11. Peters,
professor Animal Husbandry, Mani-
taho Agricultural college.
Dairy���P. H. Moore, Guelph. Ontario.
Poultry���H. Collier, Tacoma, Wash-
tngton.
Fruit���E< C. Armstrong, superintendent Fruit Culture, Oregon state; E.
C. Roberts, Oregon.
Flowers���John  Cm.  Vancouver.
Ciiains, grasses, agricultural seed,
roots. Held produce���Angus McKay,
superintendent of Dominion Experimental farm. Indian head: T. A.
Sharpe, superintendent Experimental I
farm. Agassiz.
Fancy   Work���Mrs.   Douglas,   North j
Vancouver;     Mrs.     Edwards,     Chilliwack.
Following is the list of prize-winners in the classes judged ytss.er-
day:
DIVISION   P.
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8:00 P
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(Prof.
8:00 P.
M��� Stock Parade.
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M.
-Grand electrical  disj lay.
M.���Grand concerts in tl e Industrial and Agricultural build-
by   Wagner's  Second   Regiment    band,    of    Seattle,    Wash.
T. H. Wagner, conductoi), and by the   Summerland   band
Pearce, conductor), of   Summerland,  B, C.
���L���Annual ineeting of tl e R. A. it I. society, City ball.
BIAZE OF LIGHTS
FINE ANIMALS
BRIGHTENS BUILDINGS      IN ST9C! rPARAD
Electrical Display Illumines I Procession Led b; -President
Fair Grounds, Transform
ing Night Into Day.
of R.A. &I. Sc faty-Fea-
ture Repeated Today.
ABORTIVE ATTEMPT MADE
TO KILL CHINESE PRINCE
Member  of   Young   China   Association
Tries to Shoot Uncle of Emperor
in   San   Francisco.
San Francisco, Oct. 6.���As Prince
Pfai Haun, uncle of the Chinese emperor, stepped from the Overland
train this afternoon half an hour before bis intended departure for his
home In China, an attempt was made
to assassinate him hy George Fong, a
member of the Young China association.
Fong tried to flve a revolver at the
prince, but before it exploded, the
man was seized by the police and taken to tlie police station.
As a consequence of the incident
Prince Pfai Haun did not sail.
Tiie Chinese nobleman has been
touring the United States for the past
couple of months and was on bis
way home.
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES
WORK HARD FEEDING CROWD
Dining-Roorn in  Industrial Building  Is
Rendezvous for Epicures Patronizing   Exhibition.
The hardest workers at the exhibition grounds yesterday were the
ladles of the West End Presbyterian
church, who are conducting a dining
room on the upper floor of the Industrial building. Late last night they
had not figured up how many people
they had fed, but a conservative estimate placed the number at five hundred.
At meal times the room, which
seats 200, was crowded for more than
an hour and a half. The ladies are
preparing for even a better day today.
jiast night a couple of the ladies
worked till daylight prepaiing the
meftu for today, and visitors at the exhibition will And that tbe northeast
corner of the Industrial building is a
good place to have a meal.
Cotton   blouse���1,  Olive  Alexander,  in  silk)���1.  Mrs.  E.  Smith, Glenboro,
Sunbury;   2, Phyllis Gray, city. Man.; 2. Mrs. J. B. McAllister, city.
two    quarters
did   not   bulge
clean, Referee
Work    Done    by    Children  Under  16
Years,  Since October,  1909.
Trimmed cotton pinafore I hand
made)���1, Miss B. McDonald, city; 2.
Phylls dray, city.
Fancy apron���1, Vera Kenny, city;
2, .Jessie Allen, city.
Buttonholes on linen (six)���1, St.
Paul's school, North Vancouver; 2.
Edna Burden, city.
Hemstitched handkerchief���1, Doris
Asbdown, Vancouver; 2, Vera Kenny,
city.
Fancy stitches on linen���1, Vera
Kenny, city; L\ St. Paul's scliool,
North Vancouver,
Initial or monogram, embroidered
on handkerchief���1, Vera Kenny, city:
. , Jessie Allen, city.
Embroidery on linen (worked lu
llneiu ���1. Vera Kenny, city; 2, .lessie
Allen, city.
Embroidery on linen (worked in
silk)���l. Edna Burden, city, 2. St.
Paul's school.  North  Vancouver.
Crochet tloylle (In cotton)���1
Theresimio. Sechelt. school; 2
Thercsiniie. Scehelt school.
Table doylies (three 1���1, St. Paul's
school, North Vancouver; . , Helen
Walker,  city.
Embroidery, shadow work ion
blouse or apron)���1, Miss A.D.Wheeler. East Chilliwack; 2, J. McDonald,
city.
Embroidery, eyelet (on blouse or
corset cover)���1, Olive Alexander.
Sunbury; 2. Miss (1. Haywood, Vancouver.
Embroidered centrepiece iin white
linen)���1, Vera Kenny; 2. Helen
Walker, cil.v.
Embroidery, Wallacbian (centre-
niece o- teacfoth)���1. Mabel Tedrow,
Si. Ann's convent;   2. Izfl  MacDonald.
Coronation braid work���1, Olive
Alexander, Sunbury,2, Lillian Bruce.
Brandon.
Crocheted *ool slippers���1. Olive
Alexander, Sunbury.
Paper flowers���1, Miss E. Cave.
Vancouver;2 , Olive Alexander. Sunbury.
Huckaback darning���1, Phylls Gray,
city;   2,  Mary  Peebles.
'    Embroidered table doylies   (worked
in  linen  or cotton I���1,  Mary  E.   Mc-
I Keo, Vancouver.
i Embroidered table doylies (worked
in silk)���1. Mrs. J. B. McAllister, city;
2, Mrs.  1-1.  Smith,\Cilenboro,  Man.
Embroidery,    ecclesiastical���1,    St.
Paul's school, North Vancouver.
JjVibroidery,   Roman   cut  work   (on
linen)���1. St. Paul's school.
Embroidery on  satin���1, J.  B. Car-
Mrs. .1.  B. McAlister,
For the first time since the exhibition opened there was a good crowd
last night to see tlie electrical display wllich starts at seven o'clock in
the evening and continues until the i
fun is all over, ahout half past ten or
eleven o'clock.
The display was well worth seeing. I
Every building was a blaze of lights
und the effect was beautiful. The
weather had cleared off slightly and
overhead a few stars weie visible.
The general effect could best be seen |
from some of the upper windows of
the buildings, but best of all from the
top of tbe Ferris wheel, wliich carried a full load of passengers all evening.
The woman's building bad the most
effective illumination. On il the lights
were placed just under Ihe eaves and
showed off to gieat advantage against
the white walls of tne building. On
the small cupolas at each corner of
the building were hundreds of small
Incandescent light, which altogether
made a brilliant showing.
There were thousands of the small
lights on all the buildings.
The  flaring  gas  lamps of the side
shows on  Sockeye  Row light up tbe!
crowded lane, lined on both sides witli I
fortune  tellers,  candy  sellers,  merry-1
go-rounds, knlve games and all other
easy  means of spending  hard-earned
money.
In the reservoir the fountain splashed and glittered In the glare of many-
arc lights, and vied In the noise it
made wltb the harsh shouts of the
spielers for the different shows.
It was something like a fair last
night. When darkness fell all thought
of fine fruit and prize cattle faded,
and the minds of every one of the
thousands in the grounds were turned
to the pleasant and profitable worn
of having a good time.
Torontc
son,
city.
Embroidery,
any article ���1,
derby;   2, Mrs.
DIVISION   N.���LADIES'   AND   CHIL-
DREN'S    DEPARTMENT.
Point Ince���1. Sisters of St. Ann,
city; 2, Mrs. Tumbridge, Rockside
Farm.
Ilonlton lace���1. Miss 10. Westhrook.
Oak Lake. Man.; 2. Mrs. R. S. Hutchinson.  Vancouver.
Battenburg lace (worked In linen)
��� 1, Mrs. S. Smith, Dewdney; 2. Mary
E. McKee. Vancouver.
Best and finest tatting���1. S. Fas-
son. Vancouver; 2. .1. B. Carson, Toronto.
Set or crocheted doylies (flne)���1,
Sister! Miss 1-1. Westhrook, Oak Lake. Man..
Sister j 2. Mrs. ,1. 11. .ludsnn, Brandon.
Set of crocheted table mats (coarse)
Mis. ,1.
Atktnscn. Patchell
roll, Bclaler. Hume
Sclater
Reginas���Keary.
���Roberts, n.   Sunster
aid, Gifford.    Mills
Smith
Referee���Tim Mahoney.
Goal   Summary.
First   Quarter���Scalter,
flve ninnies.   So   seconds;
Sapperton.   '>::!(';   Swanson
3:40.
Second Quarter��� Hume. Sapperton.
3:30; C. Smith, Iteginas. 3:4i>; Hume,
Sapperton, T: f>o
Third   Quitter���  K.   McKenzie,   Sap-
WTton.:i::'.(>:   Hume. Sapperton, 11:30.
Last Quarter���W. Sclater, Sapperton. 11:K��.
Penalties���C. Smith. Reginas and
W. Conn.'-'. Sapie-ton. both flve mln-
Utei in the llrst quarter.
Archibald, COUttS,
Digby,    Pearson,
Gregory, Fltzger-
Swanson,   Kenny,
Sapperton,
F.   Hume,
.   Ueglnas,
Darned   socks  or  Stockings���1,    St.  ��� l, Mrs. I. T. Spring, city
Paul's   school,   North   Vancouver;     2,   y, Sutton. Vancouver.
Olive  Alexander, Sunbury. Sel  of  netted  doylies  (line linen) ���
Pyrography on w i or leather���l, i, Mrs. Norman B. McLellan, Ladner;
Helen  Walker, city;   2, Florence Lam-  -j, Mary  E. McKee, Vancouver,
berton. City. Set   of-  Tenerlffe   doylies���1,    Mrs.
Crocheted bice ���1, St. Paul's school.  Swllzer, clly.
North   Vancouver;    2, Cecile,   Sechelt I     Drawn work  I linen), shams or table
Indian school. Cover���1.  Mrs.   F.   A.  Thompson,   Vin-
|     Knitted   lace���1,  St.   Paul's    school,  couver:  2, Mis. A.  EC, Simpson.
l's  In-
Hardanger work���i, Mrs. Sophie
Nelson, City; 2. Mrs. S. Smith, Dewdney.
Huckabac
Barrett, city: 2.
Finest outline
son.  Toronto;   i
Brandon.
Initials  or   monogram   (on
doll     (hand    made.i, .1. it. Carson, Toronto.
���.Ivans, city; 2, Susie i    Embroidered   table   cover
I with   linen    or    cotton)���1.
North Vancouver.
Knitted  stockings���1.  St.   Pau
(Man   school.   North   Vancouver.
Embroidered pincushion���1. Vera
Kenny; 2, Miss G. Haywood, Vancouver.
Fancy pincushion (any kind)���1,
Vera Kenny; 2, Leah Thompson, Van-
comer.
Best dressed
clothes) ��� !, E. .1.
Love. city.
darning���1.   Mrs.   K.   .1.
2, Bessie Gray, city.
n silk���1. .1. B. Car-
Mrs.  J.   II.    Judso'i.
linen)���
(worked
Mrs.    E.
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* Attendance   About  7500.
The  men  In Charge  of   the
pates  did   not   read  their  tu.n-
si\ie registers lust night and
Khe at tendance could not be
learned. The gate receipts
bete |3800, and so the attendance of ixil'l visitors must have
Men    between    five    nnd    six
���thousand. There were probably 7M)0 people on tbe grounds
altogether.
Doll's bed, furnished���1. Florence; Smith, Glenboro. Man.; 2, Mrs. J. B.
McDonald. \ McAllister, city.
Crocheted wool work (slippers or j Embroidered centerpiece, 24 Inches
Jacket)���1, Lilly Harr. city. or over  (worked in silk)���1. Mrs. M.
Head   work���1.  Miss  E.  Cave.  Van-Johns, Vancouver; 2, Mrs. H. J. Cave,
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| Vancouver.
ibest of any kind)���1, Vera]    Embroidered   centerpiece, 18 Inches
E. .1. Evans, city. | or over  (worked ln cotton or linen���
work   on    linen���1.   Olive il. Mrs. .1. B. McAllister, city:  2. Mrs.
2,   Miss  A.   D.   Wheeler,'H. C. Upham, North  Vancouver.
lilllwack. !    Embroidered   linen   sideboard   scarf
Drawn work���1, Lillian Bruce, Bran-  (worked  In cotton or linen)���I,  Mrs.
Helen Walker, city. | Sophie  Nelson, city;   2.  Mrs.  M.  Mc-
couver,
Novelty
��� i Kenny: 2,
*]    Outline
��� Alexanlei
��� East c
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��� don
* i    Fancy collars ithree)���1, St. Paul's, Nell, city.
��� school.    North    Vancouver;    2, Olive]    Embroidered   piano  drape   (worked
in silk)���1, J. B. Carson. Toronto; 2,
1,   Olive | Mrs. J. B. McAllister, city.
*������������������������������������������������ AIleD>
��� Alexander, Sunbury.
��i    Embroidered sofa pillow
��� Alexander   Sunbury. i    Embroidered photo frames (worked
* Sofa pillow (any kind)���1, St. Paul's j In fllo floss)���1, Mrs. J. B. McAllister;
* school,   North   Vancouver;   2,  Jessie.2, 8. Easson, Vancouver.
tttyV* *   .���--�����       *   Embroidered photo frames (worked
shadow (In colors),
Mrs. G. R. Sharpe, En-
.1. B. McAllister, city.
Embroidery, shadow (In white on
blouse)���1, Miss B. .1. Evans, city; 2.
Mrs. S. Smith, Dewdney.
Embroidery, eyelet (on blouse In
white linen)���l. T. M. Sutherland,
Langley Prairie; -, S. Smith, Dewdney.
Embroidery. French (centerpiece in
linen)���1, Helen Henderson, city; 2,
Mrs. M. McNeil, city.
Embroidery, Wallachian (centerpiece in silk)���1. Mary E. McKee,
Vancouver; 2, Mrs. J. B. McAllister,
city.
Embroidery, Wallachian (any article���1. Mrs. J. B. McAllister, city; 2.
Mrs. S. Smith, Dewdney.
Embroidered centerpiece (worked
In fllo silk. IS Inches or over���1, Mary
E. McKee, Vancouver; 2. Mrs. J. B.
McAllister, city.
Hand-painted sofa pillow���1. Mrs.
Tunbridge, Rockside Farm; 2, Mrs. A.
Grenier, city.
Best embroidered sofa pillow���1,
Mrs. M. Johns, Vancouver; 2, Mrs. J.
B.  McAllister, city.
Best sofa pillow (any kind)���1, Mrs.
M. McNeil, city; 2, Mrs. H. Lestbera.
city.
Embroidered tea cosy (In white
linen l���l, Mrs. M. McNeil, city; 2,
Mrs.  E. Smith. Glenboro. Man.
Lace tea cosy���1, Mrs. A. E. Simpson. Vancouver; 2, Mis. E, C. Traves,
city.
limbroidered lea cosy (worked in
silk ���1. M'.s. M. Mc Neill, city: 2. Miss
II. Grant, city.
Toilet mats (crocheted)���1, Mrs.
Norman   McLellar,    Ladner;   2.    Miss
B. Westhrook, Oak   Lake.  Man.
Toilet   mats  (embroidered)���1,  Mrs.
.1.   I{.   Sharpe,  Enderby;    2,  Mary    E,
McKee, Vancouver.
Embroidere. pincushion (best)���l,
Mrs. G. Beatty, City; 2, Mrs. E. Smith,
Glenboro. Man.
Hest   fancy   pincushion���1, Mrs.   W.
C. Robertson, city; 2, Mrs. A. Grenier,
city.
Embroidered handkerchief case (In
linen or silk���1, Mrs. J. B. McAlister,
City; 2, Mrs. G. B. Wallace, Sapperton.
Embroidered tie or towel rack (In
jsilk)���1, Mrs. J. B. McAllister, city.
Embroidered collars (on white)���1,
Mrs. M. McNeill. City; 2, Mrs. J. B.
McAllister. City.
Embroidered handbag (shopping or
work)���1, Mrs. A. S. Billines, North
Vancouver; 2, Mrs. J, B. McAllister,
city. f
Beadwork   (best   of   any   kind)���1,
Mrs. H. K. Mllllken, city;  2, Miss E.
Westhrook, Oak Lake, Man.
, Embroidered baby jacket   (silk   or
linen)���1. Mary E. McKee.
Best basket In raftla work���1, Bessie Gray, city.
Hest paper flowers (assorted)���1,
Florence M. Bailey.
Best coronation braid work���1,
Mary E. McKee, Vancouver; 2, Mrs.
J, B. McAllister city. ., .,,    .
FIGHT    FICTURES.
Johnson-Jeffries Hugging Match Is
Shown at Opera House.
The famous Johnson-Jeffries fight
plctuies were Shown in tw�� .>pera
house last, night and attracted a huge
crowd. There was no attempt to interfere with the show, In spite of the
fact that some ago tbe city council
went on record as being opposed to
their being shown in New Westminster.
Tbe pictures are very clear and
good, both of the fight and of the
crowd in and around Keno. The pictures show that the fight was a gigantic hugging match and as the film
is reeled off one can see the gradual
weakening of the "Hope of the White
Race." until in the final round Johnson is shown in complete control of
tbe situation, and monarch of all be
surveys.
Tbe pictures will be shown this afternoon and evening.
The slock parade, which wiil also
be a feature of today's program, proved Interesting to a large crowd at the
beginning ol the afternoon's program
yesterday. There was a fine parade
of horses and cattle and almost everyone on the grounds lined the route so
as in he able to see the exhibits.
T. J. Trapp, president of the It. A.
A; I. society, beaded the para le on
horseback, accompanied by flve girla^
three of whom were his daughter*.
The exhibition of riding given by tbla
cavalade was almost as interesting as
the parade wliich followed.
The light horses came flrst. and Uteii
the heavy ones, followed by the cattle. Then the procession was completed by the famous bull hitched to
the cart; the outfit that has a-.nuse/i
the people of New Westminster for a
long time and never fails to raise a
laugh.
The stock parade, as one of tbe features at all big exhibitions, seems to
be becoming more popular every year-
It might have been held later in tlte
day, for there were not a great many
people on the grounds at the time,
although later there was a fair attendance. During the progress of the
parade the Reginas and Sappertons
were playing an intermediate lacrosse
game, but the parade proved to be
more attractive than. Canada's national same.
The success that has attended the
handling of the stock at the exhibition is largely attributable to Dou-
gald McKenzie, yard master, who is
general superintendent of all the
stock exhibits.
He exercises tlie fine art of   liplo-
1 macy from morning till night.    When
the judging is being done and there
iis some uncertainty as to what, class
I   sto   be   called   next,   McKenzie,   is
, there,  and   if  lie  gets  a  man   ready
I with   his exhibit half  an  hour  early,
he smoothes things over ancl tbe ex-
I bibitor  Is just  as  pleased  to appear
wh��>n  his class is finally called.    He
had  charge of the stock parade yesterday nnd everything went   off witli
clock-work regularity.
SUMMERLAND MUSICIANS
ARE Sl'PMSE TO CRITICS
Mrs.
Mis.
F.  A.
Best work done by ladies over 70���
1. Margaret Feers. City; 2, Miss Ellen Hazeton. East Burnaby.
Best novelty of any kind���1, Mrs.
G. Beatty City; 2. Mrs. R. S. Hutchinson, Vancouver.
Best work basket���1, Mrs. E. C,
Traves, city.
Best piece hammered brass���1, Mrs.
J. B. McAllister, city.
Embroidered laundry bag I worked
in linen)���1, Mrs. J. B. McAllister; 2.
Eleanor B. Abbott, city.
Best Irisli crocheting���1. Mis. K.
Thompson, Vancouver; ., Mrs. II. C.
Upphani   North Vancouver.
Best stencilling���1. II. J. Cave. Vancouver! 2. E, \\ llliam, city.
Lest plain hand sewing lany article)���!. Mrs. C. Smith. Langley
Prairie: 2. Miss B. Westhrook. Oak
Lake, Man.
Buttonholes on linen (best six)���1,
Mrs. C. Smith, Langley Prairie;2, Mrs.
J. Nichol, Enderby,
Cotton shirt   (bund  made)���1.
E. Smith. Glenboro, Man.
Cotton   ni.bl   dress   ilitie)���1,
J,  It.  McAllister, city;   2. Mrs
Thompson, Vancouver.
Flannel or flanneliette night dress���
1. Mrs. P. A. Thompson; 2, J. B. Carson, Toronto.
Child's frock, hand-fnade���1, Mrs.
James Nichol. Enderby; 2, Mis.
George B. Wallace, Sapperton.
Crochet wool shawl���1. Mrs. F. A.
Thompson, city; 2, Mrs. A. D. Wheeler, Chilliwack.
Knitted wool petticoat���1. Mrs. E.
Smith, Glenboro, Man.; 2, J. B, Carson. Toronto.
Crocheted wool retticoat���1, Mrs. F.
A. Thompson city; 2, J. B, Carson, Toronto.
Crocheted or knitted wool slippers
���1, J. B. Carson, Toronto; 2, Mrs.
A. Allen, city.
Crocheted infant's jacket���1, Florence E. Woodbridge, Vancouver; 2,
Mrs. S. Smith, Dewdney.
Knitted stockings (flne), wool���1,
J. B. Carson, Toronto; 2, Mrs. E.
Smith, Glenboro, Man.
Knitted socks (wool)���1, J. B. Carson. Toronto; 2, H. H. Dear man, city.
Knitted mitts (wool)���1, J. B. Carson, Toronto; 2, Mrs. A. E. Simpson,
Vancouver.
Band From Little Interior Town Plays
First-Clars  Musis���Wagner's
Band   is   Big   Feature.
One of tbe best features of yesterday's program at the exhibition wag
the band concerts given by tbe Summerland band and Wagner's band, of
Seattle. As was natural the latter attracted the most attention, but the-
Sumnierland band certainly deserves
its mede of praise, for the music rendered was of a high order of merit
and came as a great surprise to the
visitors to the fair who think there te
nothing good except on the coast.
The Wagner band played in the
bandstand at the south end of the
oval in the afternoon and could not
be beard to advantage, but in the
evening, it performed in the Industrial
building, wliich was filled all eveninp
by appreciative listeners On every
hand congratulations were being henp-
e.l on the management for being auc-
e.essful in securing this famous bind
for the fair. The conceit will he repeated tonight.
The Summerland hand played in thet
stand In the center of the Agricultural!
building, where the crowd wag almost evital to the one tn the otliei-
buildlng.
Electric Railway to St. Paul.
Winnipeg. Oct. (!.���Plans are perfecting to build an electric railway to'
St. Paul from here. Mr. A. E. Lewis.,
a St. Paul millionaire, ls the he id of
the syndicate,
Asiatics Made Clairr.
London, Oct. fi.���A dispatch from
Capetown announces that thirty-two
Asiatics arriving from India claimed
domicllliary rights In South Africa
Tbey were, however, prohibited frouv
landing ut Capetown.
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Surrey Wins.
Tlie Dewar challenge slifeld
for the best district exhibit has
been once again won by Surrey, with a total or lSfifi points
out of a possible 2000. The other
entries were rated as follows:
Langley, 1620: Armstrong.
1293; Salmon Arm, 1256; Mission,   1236;   Kamloops,   IM��.
c,
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WANTED.
WANTED ��� YOUNG LADY WOULD
Liae position, general houseworK.
Apply l '.oi 8ih ave., city.
WANTED���EVERV VOTER LN YALE
district to know ^iiat the McBride
government lcis boon returned to
power three times, whilst every
voter in Vancouver lias flve votes
niui every voter in Vale district has
only one vote. One man one vote !
J. \. Muir.
REAL   ESTATE Directors To Be
^^^^T^H Elected Tonight
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head   Office        -        451   Columbia   St
New  Westminster.   B.  C.
Branch Office      -      -      Kamloops. B.C
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ACRES
in
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Prlce
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WANTED���MRS. DAVISON, PRO-
fessor iii mandolin and piano, has
vacancies tor a lew pupils, 906 St.
Andrew's street.
WANTED���TWO GOOD LIFE AND
accident Insurance solicitors. Good
offer t.i men who can show results.
Apply Manager Life Insurance Department  F. ,1. Hart & Co., Ltd.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
: SIXTY ACRES In section 30, township
S, prairie land. Price ?125 per acre;
one-third cash, balance one and
two years. 1204-A.) fcity
Knife i gloves  (wool)���l, .1.
son, Toronto.
Knitted counterpane���1, Sechelt
dlan s ihool.
Crocheted counterpane���l. Mrs. J.
Irwin, city; 2, Miss Maud I.. Haines,
city.
Sil It or velvet counterpane���1. .Mrs.
J. c. Switzer, city; 2. Mrs. Norman
McLellan
Woo:   tilled    comforter    (must    be
sheep's   wool)���1,   Mis.   IT  .  Spring,
Mrs. C. s. Matheson, Langley
THIRTY ACRES in section 35, block
5 north, range l west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price $270 per acre.
Terms     over     eighteen     months.
(175-A.)
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, SITU-
ation as clerk In store.    Address L.
S., Dally News.
FIFTY   acres
section   32,   block   5
WANTED ��� SMART YOUTH TO
take charge of circulation. Apply in
own handwriting _. Manager Daily
News, P. O. Hex
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north, range - west, X. W. 1).; ab
solutely the best subdividing pro
position In Port Mann district to
day. Why ? The terms are one-1
fifth cash, and the balance over
TEN YEARS, with interest at 6 pet
cent. (221-A.)
Prairie.
Linen spread (embroidered In linen
or cotton) ��� l. Mis. c. Smith, Langley
Prairie;   2,  Mrs. J,  li.  McAllister, city.
Embroidered infant's robe (In linen
| or  cotton i���1.   Mrs,    J.     li.    Carson,
Toi onto.
Infant's
crocheted
bonnet���
1,   Mrs
A.   Sharp.
Nanaimo;
2,  Mis.
M.   Mo
Mr
i Neill. city.
Hest  booked mats���1,
I city 1   2,   Mrs.   \V.   Simmers.
Crocheted      or      knitted
.    Imlah.
Ity.
infant's
WANTED���THREE WAITERS OR
waitresses. Apply Royal Oak rooming bouse, 654 Columbia stieet.
WANTED���A YOUNG WOMAN AT
once; i,ood wages to the right person.    Apply  Royal City  dye works.
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block ."> north, range 2 west. N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $1100 per acre;
$2500 cash, balance six. twelve and
eighteen  months at  7 per cent,  in
bootees���l. Florence E. Woodbridge;
2, St. Paul's school. North Vancouver,
Hest crochet work for pillow slips���
1, Mrs. M. .McNeill; 2, Sechelt ludian
school.
New Westminster Opera House
Hector McCaig, Manager
Two Nights, Commencing Thursday, October 6th
Matinees Daily.    The Original
AND .EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
NSON more
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Pictures of Fight taken at Reno, New, July 4, 1910
PRICES: $1.00, 75c and 50c.
Seats on Sale at McKenzie's Pharmacy, Wednesday
at 10 o'clock.
DIVISION R.
terest.
12.
WANTED���SITUATION BY STEADY
Young man in otlice or sto.e. Reply
to K. P . News office.
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
girl for general housework. Good
wages to the right girl. Apply .l'O
Second street.
IVANTED ��� SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings. In the vicinity of New Westminster. Fu.l
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, ti- Hastings street east.
SURREY
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 1!'. township 2. $200 per
acie; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent, in
terest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8, on Newton road. $150 ier acre.
Terms over two years. OLA.) |
ENGLISH        WOMAN (WIDOW)
seeks    work    by    day.    Apply 1026
Cornwall street.
ON ^M-
WANTED��� LOAN  OF  $2500
proved city property before October
1.   Write Box O. K.. News otlice.
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley dis
tricts. cleared and in a high state
of cultivation; tram line running
through the property; good roads
on all sides. Price $175 per acre
and tip. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
A.)   Work   Done    by Children     Under
���     * Since October, 1909.
Kitchen apron (hand made)���1,
Mabel Robinson, Coin ral Park; ll.
Mary   Keary.  city.
Pinafore or api on (band made)���1.
Brownie Feeble*; 2, Mabel Robinson.
Central  Park.
Darned socks or stockings���1, Mary
Keary; 2, Christine, Sechelt Indian
school.
Hemmed handkerchiefs    (three)���1.
Brownie Peebles, city;  ., Mary Keary,
'city.
I    Knitted lace���1, Mary Keary.
I    Crocheted  lace in  cotton   (not less
n one yard)���l. Antoinette. Sechelt
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flrst class lady clothes ironers   and |
two shirt polishers;  two dollars per
day and fare. Electric Lace & Silk
laundry, Vancouver.
WANTED���TEN GIRLS AT ONCE;
apply Royal City steam laundry.
WANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few hours daily, by English lady.
Apply Mrs. Wixey, 3-0 Columbia
Btreet.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
THElpEOPli^sTiRU^^
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office        -        451  Columbia St.
New Westminster. B. C.
Branch Office     -     -     Kamloops, B.C
W ANTED ��� HOUSEKEE PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A  GIRL   FOR  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.  Ap-1
ply  125  Third avenue.
FOR  SALE.
CalLK���I AM OPEN TO TAKE ON A
few moie steady customers. W.
11. Bradbury, New Westminster,
P. o.
PORT MANN
LARGE LOTS (66x132) on Johnson
road; $200 each; .10.60 cash, $10.00
per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
FOR    SALE���FIVE    ROOMED   COT-|
tage. modern, paneled dining room,
full    plumbing.      Apply      at    1104
Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE ��� SUBURBAN HOME;
comprising six ^r seven acres rigiit j
on the interurban car line between I
Central Park and Westminster.
Oood nine roomed bungalow, excel i
lent water and windmill, large
sheds. The land is all cleared and i
there are a quantity of fruits of!
tearing age. This Is one of the i
.most convenient aloug tbe line and ;
we can recommend it. Price $13,500; j
$4500 cash, balance on terms. E. N. ;
^Sutherland, Merchants bank build-,
ing. New Westminster.
FOR SALE ��� NEW LAUNCH. 35
feet, IS h.p. Fairbanks Morse galo-
line engine. Will sell or trade for,
shingle bolts or cedar logs. Apply
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.. 451 \
Columbia street. New Westminster.
B. C.
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES    IN    CITY
limit, all cleared, $700 per acre for!
this montli $1500 cash.     Murakami.'
P. O.  Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOR    SALE���CASH    REGIBTER,    In
inches wide, double key board, first
class condition.    Cheap.    Apply Era
A.   Reid.  Columbia  street,  next to'
t-       offii e
FOR  SALE-  I- IVE ROi IM  COTTAGE
���    irlj  new, electric light, half minto i ar    Pric i $1500, cash $   0
t    ��� ir e $20 ���      ���    nth.   Box W, S .
I ��� lly News.
FOR S M.K OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven roon ��� ��� lem b ins ��� on Fourth
street..    Api ly on pren I es for par-
-   or 512  F '.:th street. New1
Westminster, B. C.
JOSEPH TRWERS
Real  Estate, Auctioneer, Valuator,
Loans and  Insurance.
Walker Blcck, Columbia St.
Phones:   Office  703.  Residence  L611.
HOUSES FOR SALE.
SIX    roomed    bungalow,    new:    price
$.800; $400 cash, balance $100 every
three months.
SIX roomed    cottage    and    good    lot;
$2300;   $600 cash, balance arranged.
NEW   seven   roomed   bungalow,   furnished,     cement     basement;     price
$2800;   $400 cash, balance  $20    per |
month.
NEW eight  roomed    modern    house;
price $3500; very easy terms.
NEW
lots
goo
seven
on   t*
terms
roomed house and    four
'o  streets;   price   $3500:
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Real Estate, Auctioneer, Valuator,
Loans and  Insurance.
Walker Block, Columbia St.
Phones:   Office   703.   Residence   L611.
that
Indian  school;   2. St.    Paul's    school,
North Vancouver.
Best dressed doll���1. Mary Keary;
2, St. Paul's school. North Vancouver.
Doll's bassinette (furnished)���I,
Mary Keary, city.
Doll's hat or bonnet���1, Brownie
Peebles:   2,  Sechelt  Italian school.
Child's petticoat (crocheted) ��� 1.
Sechelt  school.
Scrap book (best collection)���1,
Mary L. Barclay, city.
Fancy pincushion���1, Mary Keary;
2,  Brownie  Peebles.
Outline  work���1,  Brownie Peebles;
2, Connie Young, city.
Embroidered    doylie    (in    silk)���1,
Mary  E.  Barclay, city.
Embroidery on linen���1. Brownie
j Peebles; 2. Mary L. Barclay.
Sofa   pillow   (embroidered)���1,  Jessie Florence, city;   2. G.  Easson, Yan-
i couver. I
Sofa pillow iany kind)���1, Mary
Keary;   2. Brownie Peebles.'
Child's knitted stockings or socks���
1. Sechelt  school;   2,  Mary Keary.
Hemstitching ion handkerchiefs)���
', S. Easson. Vancouver: 2, Brownie
Peebles.
Worked initial on linen���1, Mary
Keary;  2, Mary L. Barclay.
Best collection of home and foreign
post cards (must have been through
the mail)���1, Brownie Peebles; 2,
Mary L.  Barclay.
Best novelty of any kind���1, Mary
Keary;  2, Mary L. Barclay.
Bps' sr'eeime" n�� it m i work���1.
Mary Keary; 2, George Gray.
Best specimen ot Kindergarten
work���1. S. Easson; 2, George Gray.
Best pencil drawing (boy)���1, Clifford Taylor, Vancouver; 2, John D.
de  Pencier. city.
Best pencil drawing (girl)���1, Mary
L. Barclay, city; 2, Jessie Campbell,
Vancouver.
DIVISION  I.���FRUIT.
East of North Bend.
Apples, Duchess, five���1. R. H. Parsons, Vernon; 2, J. T. Bealby, Nelson.
Apples, Gavenstein, five���1, H. J.
Keary, Lillooet:  2,  H. Hill, Kelowna:
3, Mr. Harris,  Kelowna.
Apples, Maiden's Blush, five���1. T.
W. Stirling, Kelowna: 2. Mr. Harris,
Kelowna; 3, H. J. Keary, Lillooet.
Apples. Alexander, five���T. W. Stirling, Kelowna: 2. W. Middleton, Vernon;  3, Philip Park. Ashcroft.
Apples. Jeffries, five���J. L. Prldham,
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CLUTE PROPERTY
Having a tender for the racing of the residence of -4 rooms,
modern, we are prepare^ to sell two lots with the bouse placed upon
them for $3425. Terms. $7:15 c: ah. balance over two years. This must
be sold at once, as we are going to open up street.,
P. PEEBLES
Phone  307.
620 Columbia Street.
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New Westminster, B C
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Water
Manufactured   by lil
J. HENLEY I
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  D. c,
Telephone   R   113.  Office:   Pi   -ts,.
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\ Chinese Fancy Goods
l        Importers  of   Chinese   and
I Japanese fancy goods,- chairs and
!* curios.
Makers of   ladies'  dresses,
shirt waists and children's gar-
* ments.
: SING ON & CO.
��� 859 COLUMBIA ST.
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SS. TRANSFER
Commencing  September  15. the SS. Transfer
Ker  wharf every  afternoon, e.\cept Sunday, at
rill leave Brackman-
p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to New Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving
ster at 5 a.m.
i.m. and Ladner
N'ew Westmln-
This  schedule subject
passenger rates apply to
to change without notice.    Kor freight and
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
O. O. P.   AMITY   LODGE   N'O.  27���1
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd  Fellows' Hall, cor-1
ner  Carnarvon  and   Eighth  streets, i
every  Monday evenine at S o'clock,  Nqjson;
Visiting   brethren   cordially   invited i    Apple
���lend. W. H. West, N.G.; \V. C.
C it haft', P.O.. recording secretary;
J. V.*. MacDonald, financial secre-
tari
Prid- j
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IT   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
u    F
n   a
N.W
"O   RENT.
TO RENT���MODERN FIOCSE. PART-
ly furnished, centrally situated. Address Ladies' Halrdresslng Parlors,
"City.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���A LARCH: FRONT HKD-
r'oom, furnished. Apply Arrow Press.
609 Victoria street, near Daily
News.
TO    RENT���LARGE    WELL    FTJRN-
isbed front, bedroom, suitable for
two gentlemen. Apply Box J. S.,
Daily News.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED LZD ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 714 Tc**. ��tre��t.
itOOM TO RENT���A comfortable for-
n shed bedroom Suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 Sth St.
To    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 111!) Tenth
���treat.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between !�� a. m. and
5  p.  tn. at  Room  14.'fill!! Columbia
��tr��ct.
LOST.
LOST���LADY'S UMBRELLA, PROB-
I ably taken by mistake from Pythian
roller rink on Saturday evening. If
returned to roller rink fifrther trouble wiil be avoided.
3,   Mrs.   .).
T. O. Earl,
Vernon; ::.
-1.    T.    G.
Kelowna:   M.  Harris,  Kelowna;
W.  Stirling,  Kelowna.
Apples. Wolf River, tive���J. L.
ham, Kelowna: 2. H. J. Keary
looet; :!. Philip Park, Ashcroft.
Apples, Blenheim    Orange,    five���1,
W. Middleton, Vernon. 2, J. T. Bealby.
G.  Lawes.   Enderby.
Winter   Banana,   tive���1.   II.
J. Keary;  2. Philip Park. Ashcroft; 3,
P, Santlnl, Lillooet.
Apples, Rlbston Pippin, five���J, T.
Bealby, Nelson: 2, A. Stewart. Summerland; 3, A. E. Boyer, Kelowna.
Apples,  any  othei'  variety,  summer
r  l ill.  live ���1.  A.  .Marty,  Lillooet;   2,
v.  Stewart,  Summerland;
Smith, Spence's   Bridge.
1 "Lies Baldwin, the���1
Lytton: 2. R. II. Parsons,
u. Lawes,  Enderby.
Apples,   Ben  Davis,  five
Earl, Lytton; 2, II   .1. Keary. Lillocet;
'���',, Mrs. J.  Smith, Spence's  Hridge.
Apples, Cox Orange Pippin, lhe ���1.
A. Stewart, Summerlan I.
Apples, Canada Red, tive���1, M. Harris, Kelowna:  2, .1. T. Bealby, Nelson.
Apples, i-'ameiise, five���1, Mrs. V.
Rlchter, Keremeos; 2, W. E. Vickers,
.Salmon Arm,  :!, J   Dunlop, Lillooet.
Apples, Northwestern Greening, tive
���1, II. J. Keary, Lillooet; 2, A.
Lochore, Lytton.
Apples. Ontario, five���1, H. Hill,
Kelowna: 2, W. C. Blackwood; ,'!, W.
Middleton,  Vernon.
Apples. Pewaukee, five���1, J. L.
Prldham, Kelowna: 2, S. C. Cosens,
Kelowna; :{, W. Middleton. Vernon.
Apples, Roxbury Russet, live���1, W.
A. Lang, Peachland; 2. .1. T. Bealby,
Nelson; 3, A. Clemes, Spence's Bridge.
Apples, Rhode Island Greening, nve
���1.  Mrs.  W.  A.  Lang.  Peachland;   2,
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50.  6:20, 6:50,
8:00 and every ha'f hour then after until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until  11:80 p. m.
Return   Fare:   Adults.  60c;   children   under  12,  35c.
Sunday  Schedule���Cats lea1 e   Westminster   for   Vancouver
a. m. and every half hour th. reafter until ll  p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8  a.   m.,  0  a.   m
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.   m.
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   I eturn fare. 60c;  children. 26c,
Freight Schedule���Freight ��� ars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. in.. 11:20 a, m. and 3;jo p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for  Westminster at 9; 0, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City   Limits   Line���mi-minute senlce from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from s a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now he ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on   Savings
Balance's half-yearly,
'''"siness   Accounts    open��
b& favorable  terms.
.'INCORPORATED 1S55
CASSETS! $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominioi
Canadian Service
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebec���Liverpool.
Megantic        Oct '5
iNew, twin screw. 14,878 toni
Dominion    Oct. I
Laurentic     Oct. 2
(New, triple screw, 14,892 I Bl
Canada   Nov. I
Megantic Nov.''
Dominion   . Nov.-'
Tlie  Laurentic  and     Meg mtl
new White Star steamers-tl
Md    most    modern    from    C*
ports.
For rates, berth reservations, <'
apply to
ED. GOULET. Agent C. P. R-
W.  F.  BUTCHER,  Agent  G. N
T.  H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A..
619 Second Avenue, S< ati ���
EGG
t
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay,
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IF YOU WANT A
NERVE TONIC
I Try ASAYA NEURAL
t IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $1.50
\ RyalVs Drug Store I
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f ��m��mo��MW��tHM>t>M>��HW4J
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St. and   Fifth  Ave���"
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow    Pres*
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, PfO'
near The Dally News Co., Co') Vlett*!
8treet.
Try a "WANT"  ad  ln  The
It will bring result*.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
PACE Till! RE.
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu in London, England, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowe ! at 3 per cent, per
annum  (prescit  rate).
Total  Assets  over   . 18(1,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
fc'fflce 'Phone Its.      Darn 'Phone 13?
Columbia Btreet
Baggage   delivered   promptly    .o
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DFPfVr.
11!
New Buggies and Democrats at cost,
buill by Baynes. Come and s.ee bef	
purchasing elsewhere.
ALEX SPECK
741 Front Street.
See  Sign, "Man  on   Wheel."
Direckrs To Be j
Elected Tonight
i Continue
���"rom Page Two.I
"To The
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General Public
Gardiner & Gardiner
��� (F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone 133
TAKE   NOTICE.
1 have the best potatoes grown in
Ii. C. at cheaper rates per sack, or by
the ton. delivered anywhere in the
city limits of New Westminster free
Of charge. *
Satisfaction guaranteed, (live your
order now and get delivery same day.
Don'l  forget the address.
HATT COOK
iThc   Potato  Merchant and Auctioneer.
5?7   Front  St.,   New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
A.
II.
VV.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Pv1vate Hospital.
223 Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watciea for Ladies from 112.75
���P. I
81lTer Watches,    gents'   open face j
���6.00.
Silver Watches,  gents' open    case,
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin j
(Watch.*.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE     !
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery   j
I PALMER
! GASOLINE ENGINES
I 3'i  to 25  H.  P.
I 2 and 4  Cycle.      _>���'
��� .-,.... j   .**���
Local Agent .
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
 J
\
Port Mann
Ten acres In section 21, range
2, at $lli(Hl; one-quarter casTi.
Twenty acres in secion 20,
range 2. at $1000; one-(|iiarter
cash.
For subdivision, these are
moneymakers.
City Property
First class lots on Seventh
avenue, singftTor' 'double, well
situated, 66x132. This is a good
buy.
Good building lots on Eighth
avenue, near Second street. Enquire about this; there Is money
to be made.
Houses
We have a number of choice
houses fer sale from $1600, for
$250 cash, balance easy, to $12,-
000.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Api les,   Wealthy,   li'.i ���.Mrs.   \V
Lang. Peachland;  H. Mansfield; 3
' Hill,  Kelowna.
Apples,   Mcintosh,   live��� 1,   Mrs.
A. Lang; 2, P. Parks.
Apples. King, five���1, T. (1. Karl,
Lytton; 2, W. G. Danguid, Lillooet; 3,
.Mrs.  W. A. Lang.
Apples.     Wagner,     five���1.     G.     It.'
Lawes, Enderby; 2, A. Stewart, Sum-:
> merland.
Apples, Jonathan, live���1, Mrs. w.
A. Lang; 2, A. Stewart; .'1, Mrs. K.
Rlchter, Keremeos.
Apples, Northern Spy, five���1, T. Q.
Earl, Lytton; 2, 11. J. Keary; 3( Mrs.
J.  Smith,  Silence's  Bridge.
Apples, Grimes Golden, flve���1, H. J. i
Keary, Lillooet; 2. J, S. Bell, Lillooet; I
3, C. McVicar, Salmon Arm.
Apples, Spitzenberg, five���1, A. :
Stewart; ., J. Smith, Spence's Bridge; j
'���',. A. Clenes, Spence's Bridge.
Apples,  Stark,  flve���1,  T.  G.   Earl,
Lytton;   2, P. Sanltini, Lillooet;
Lachare, Lytton.
Apples, Belle de Boskoop. five-
J. Keary, Lillooet; 2, J. Conlin;
Lachare.
Apples, Home Beauty,
Parsons, Vernon; 2, H.
W.   Middleton.
Pears, best collection
growers,  five varieties,
(fall)���1, .1. L. Prldham;
ton.
Pears, best collection
growers,  five  varieties.
flve���1, U.
J.   Keary;
by individua
five of each
z, w. Middle-
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast   Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan C~.
hy individual
five of e:'.ca
iwinter)���l, .1. L. Prldham; 2, w. Mid-
cHeton.
Penvs. Flemish Beauty, five���1, li. J.
Keary; 2, J. B, Uren, Lillooet; :;, Mrs,
I".   Rlchter,   Kelowna.
Bears. I'owe'.l, five- \ \y. Middle-
-,on. TViie, Bfiurre d'Anjou, five��� 1,
T, W. Stirling, Kelowna; 2, B, B
Qlass, Kelowna; 3, VV. Middleton, Kelowna.
Winter Nellis. five ���1. T. W.
Kelowna;  2, .1. L. Prldham,
K.    B.    Qlass,    Kelowna.
Bos:-, five ��� I.E. B. Glass, Kel-
. J. L. Pridham, Kelowna.
Idaho, live���1. J. L. Prldham,
W. Middleton;  ::, Mrs. I-'.
Bears,
Stirling,
Kelowna;
Pears,
owna; -
Pears.
Kelowna
Rlchter, Keremeos.
TOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
DIVISION  F.���DAIRY PRODUCE.
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-!
pany'e wharf. New Westminster, with
paaaengeis and  freight as follows:
Leaves  New  Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday nt 8 a. m.
-Leav��a Chilliwack  Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room 6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER        : B. C.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Prcmtply Executed.
Carnai von   and   .-i\t!i   Pt.   New
Westminster IV C, I'll.me ".VL
JOHN   DOBSON,  Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
cf   Job    Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George
**
Lamest��� Surest���Swiftest. 3500 tons. 320 feet lone. In1, knots.
Lene Vancouver (JohnstonWharf) for PRINCE RUPERT 11:30 p.
m.   Monday   and   Friday.     Close connections at  Prince Rupert hy S.
6 "PRINCE ALBERT" to Stewart on arrival of S. S. "PRINCE
RUPERT" and "PRINCE GEORGE."
"PRINCE  ALBERT" also leav. s  Prince  Kupert  for  Masset  10:00  p.
I. Monday and for Queen Charlotte,   city  and   island   Ports   10:00
p. m. Thursday.
For.VICTORIA and SEATTLE 2:00 p.  m.  Wednesday anl Saturday.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and  sleeping cars between
Chi-a ,o    Detroit.   London,   Hamilton,   Niagara   Falls,   New  York.  Toronto   Montreil,  Portland.  Boston, etc.    Longest douote track  railway
���under  one  management  on  the American continent.
For rates   time tallies, booklets and full Information, passenger or
'freight, apply to
H. G. SMITH, ��-. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial  Agent.
��� Telephone 7100.     527 Granville Steer, Vancouver.       Telephone 3060.
'GENERAL  AGENCY, TRANSATLANTIC 8TEAMSHIP LINES.
Creamery butter, nor less than flfty
poinds in tub or box���1. Comox
Creamery association, COurtenay, V.
1.; 2. Cowlchan Creamery association,
Duncans, V. I.
Creamery butter, not less that fifty
pounds in prints���Comox Creamery
association, Courtenay; 2, Cowlchan
Creamery association, Duncans.
Dairy butter, not less than ten
pounds, In prints���1, Mrs. R. Wilson.
Langley Prairie; 2. Mrs. Norman McLellan, Ladner; 3, Mrs. It. K. Kittson,
Ea. t Delta.
Dairy butter, not less than fifteen
pounds. In tub or crock���1, Mrs. it.
Wilson. Langley Prairie; 2. Mrs. R.
M. Kittson. East Delta; 3, A. Dinsmore, Cloverdale; I, (1. 11. Lawrence,
Barnston Island.
Two cheese (factory), not less thai)
thirty pounds each (to be exhibited
by maker)���l, ll. w. 'Trimble, Langley.
'two cheeses (home-made), nol lest
than ten pounds each, to be exhibited
by maker���li w. M. Burton, Dewdnej
Best ten pounds of butter made fly
dairymade un'er L6 years of age*���1,
Miss lioipert Wilson, Langley; 2, Miss
s. Walker, Nicomekl,
Besl four pounds of butter made by
a | ("sun keeping one cow- i, Charles
N. Richards, Burquitlam.
Besl display of creamery butter,
size, quality and arrangement < in-
I sidered���Comox Creamery association,
i Courtney.
	
DIVISION A.���UATTLE.
Shorthorns.
Bull, three years and over two���1,
j.i. Tambollae, Westham island.
Senior hull, over eighteen months
;   ".1 under two ;ears���1, .1. Tambollne,
, Westham Island,
Junior bull coif, under six months���-
! i. .1. Tamboltne, Westham island.
Champion bull, diploma���1, J. Tam-
bollne. Westham Island.
Cow, three yetrs and over���1 and 2,
J.  Tftmboltne,  Westham  Island.
Heifer, two years and under three���
1, J. Tambollne, Westham Island.
Senior heifer, over eighteen months
and under two years���l, .1. Tambollne,
Westham Island.
Junior     heller.     under      eighteen
months���1 and 2, J. Tambollne, West-
' ham  Island.
Junior heifer calf, under six months ,
i���l. J. Tambollne, Westham Island.
Champion female���Diploma. J. T.iim-'
i bollne, Westham Island.
Aged  herd:   one  bull  and t-xvi    fe-
I males, two vears and over���I, ,1. Tam-
i bollne, Westham Island.
j    Young herd: one bull,   under   two
(Continued on Pag* Five.)
ll. ll. Parsons, Vernon; ::, G. li. Lawes,
Enderby.
Apples, Red Cheek Pippin, five���1,
!;. li. Parsons, Vernon; 2, A. Clemes,
Sj i '.ees BrLlge; :;, M. J. Smith,
Spence s  Bridge.
Apples, Salome, five���1, T. J. Earl,
Lytton; 2, ll. .1. Keary, Lillooet; 3,
Mis. c. Rlchter, Keremeos.
Apples, Sutton's Beauty, five���1, W.
Middleton, Vernon; 2, Mrs. w. A.
Lang, i'i ichland; ;:, W. C. Cameron,
Kelow na,
Apples, Vandevere, five���l, W. Middleton, Vernon.
Apple.-, Wlnesap, five���1, P.. II. Parsons, Vernon; 2, w. .Middleton, Vernon.
Apples,  any  other   variety,   (ive���1, ,
II. .1.  Keary, Lillooet;  2. T. (l. E nl.
Lytton;  3, Mrs.  I". Richter, Keremeos.!
Api les,   besl    collect ion   of   fall   ap-
jl'les, five varieties, live of each���l. A...
'Stewart. Summerland; 2. Harris, Kel-1
OV, ii.i;  '���',. .!. T. Bealby, Nelson.
Apples, besi ((diction of winter apples, live varieties, fhe of each- l. A.
[Stewart, Kelowna: 2, ll. ManSeld,
Kelowna; :'.. Mis. \V, a. Lan,., Peachland.
jp  m/f ipraif
���������������*������
The Smart Styles for Fall Wear
both in Soft and Stiff Hats are
to be found in our
John B. Stetson
A. L  Mallory
ST.;
This Range
o.'t. The r.coi-    ,\y
miz-r sovm ~0,'���    ^^^.
afv-i-.r f::il where      ^Ibw
1-.-.--1 coal is iuecf and       N^.
..*���'     .-     . I    .   *    I* -       ���    j,   h.n ,
:'/:'" "*.'.:���-'���:-v: jj&brt
t j make rood  t! c heading
".".'i/'s '^a-f-cpay-* l"or Itself."
''.it", illustration ii lower rigr
band corner Knowing Econom
detached*    This . reat fuel saver is to
bj hai only cn Gurncy-Oxford Stoves.
?��#? (SfjaneeUor
I, t'ic name I f the range iilurtratcd.    It  ir,  a  steel
range, ar.d C3 cut shows 13 cf a beautiful design.    Thc
top is the largcct on any stove of similar oven ilimen
Mors.   Ilotli oven ancl warming closet are fitted with a drop
door.     Note front ( f stove, hy putting (halter on shank near
top of rtovc aad riving a s'i jrt turn, the to;) i; lifted to a convenient
angle for broiling cr firirg up.   Supplied with of- without reservoir,
warming closet, etc.   Reservoir on cither end. High Shelf when desired.
Wc In ve many other designs in tbis creat line on  our  floor.   We  invite
your inspection.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681 Columbia Street
If it is a question of quality, of value for the money, then one of these
Hats is the logical purchase. If style, fit, appearance, workmanship and finish
count with you, then your new Hat will surely be a Stetson or Mallory's
Waterproof Hat, and Remember every hat is fully guaranteed.
Prices $4.00,  $4.50 and  $5.00
We are agents for the Kenmore Celebrated English Hat.    $8,  $3.50 and $4
EVERY $10 PURCHASE AT OUR STORE DURING FAIR WEEK  IS GOOD FOR  A TICKET   TO   THE
EXHIBITION  GROUNDS.
REID   fi.    COMPANY
L601 Columbia St. Store of Satisfaction 8
s
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P. 0. Box 55
BETTER VALUES THAN EVER IN OUR
GIRLS' DRESSES
Phone 547.
Made up in Peter Thompson Dresses, Sailor Dresses, Princess Effects,
Military Effects, etc., etc. Also natty little dresses for the smaller
girls, in sizes from one to nine years. The prices ranging up to $8.50.
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House
617 Columbia Street
ADVERTISE    IN    THE   DAILY   NEWS #
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FRIDAY,  OCTOBER  7
1910.
The  Daily  Hew
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Publisher! by Tbe Dully .News Publish-
tag Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
c.
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FRIDAY,
OCTOBER   7
,   1910.
.EES LIMITED
THE    PORTUGESE    CRISIS.
We Furnish Your
Home   Com \ te
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73. |    716713 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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During   Exhibition  Week This Store Will Be Open Every Day from 8 a.m. tto 6 p.m.    Saturday   k
10 p.n.
Complete success appears to have attended  the  sudden and  concerted action  of  the  Portugese  revolutionaries.
It would seem that all the most  ma
rerial forces in ihe kingdom had been
won over to the republican side, so
ihat the entire personnel of tlie navy
and  n  large  proportion of  tlie arm}
acted   in    dealing   a    decisive   blow
against   the   monarchy.     Thus     came
about ironical circumstances that war-
sliijs stationed in the river Tagus to
protect the eai ital and the royal palace of the  Necessldades against any
possible   attack    by   the    republicans *J
stormed   the   city   with   their   guns,
whilst   the   king's   body-guard   in   the
palace deserted from duty ut the crucial  moment  and joined  tlie   revolutionaries.   Sq far is at present known
King .Manuel and the members of the
royal family are s:ife. but reports as to
.Their  whereabouts  vary   considerably.
Though  this decisive stroke of the
republicans  came as  something  of a
surprise to tbe general public, the uprising was not altogether unexpected
in   diplomatic   circles.     Portugal    has
now for some time been in a state of
iinrcst, an.l since the assassination of
King   Carlos   and   the   crown   prince
some three years ago conditions  have
become    worse   rather   than   better.
King   -Manuel   and   his   cabinet   have
been   struggling  to  damp   down   the
smouldering embers of disaffection by
severe methods, but their efforts seem
only  to  have  increased  this  and   to
ha\e  embittered  t:ie   people   against
the monarchy.    Then, too, King Manuel has displayed little of either the
wisdom or strength necessary to improve the difflcult bkuation which prevailed.     But   for  this   he   is   perhaps
rather to be pitied than blamed, having legard to his youth and the tragic,
trying circumstances under which he
succeeded to the throne.
Heligious   affairs   are   probably    at
the   bottom  of  the   present   trouble.
Stern   attempts   have   been   made 'by
the government to rid the country of
.the influence of the Jesuits and ether
religious  orders.    Statutory  measures
and   regulations   have   been    imposed
gieatly   restricting  the  power  of  ths
Clericals, whilst a strong policy of ex-
jiu.sion was put in force, and religious   U
.establishments regarde 1 as obnoxious  M
were closed.   As in Spain, however, so
it is in Portugal.   The people have a
very strong trust in and affection for
their priests and their religion, and
aie entirely opposed to any efforts to
rid   tbem   from   the    religious    yoke.
Tirce   and   again   well-meaning   Spanish statesmen  have attempted to  relieve   their   fellow   countrymen   from
the  religious  incubus   that   hampers
their  progress   and   the   development!
of the country.   But they have always !
failed,  for  the  reason   that  the  pe>;
pie have not been educated up to and 1
prepared for the condition of reform, j
The  success  of  the   well-conceived '
-and   cleverly    executed    plot   of   thei
Portugese   revoltionaries   has   caused
.Usquiet in some of the courts of Eu-
rorc    In Spain the uprising is natur-l
ally   viewed   with considerable anxiety.
In that country there also prevails a
condition of disaffection and a strong1
resentment    against   the   government
Tor its action  in  regard  to  Clericals.
The Spanish  government   has in fact
long hul its hands full in dealing with
tbe   revolutionary   movement.      This
baa   become   dangerously   active   in
��� e  1 arts  of  the   country,   nol ���' ���
in   i an el na   disti li       It   is  not   un-
lil.e';. then -me. thai  the ati u k and
capture ���������   Lisbon and the dethrone?
ment  of King Manuel will encourage
tlie Spanish clericals and republicans
to renew and b ii ngt! en their acti   ���
'i( s.
Dairy and Poultry Farm
In MISSION TOWNSITE
Nearly 15 acres are in cultivation, good house
and necessary buildings and stock, well fenced and
cleared.   $10,000, easy terms.
Apply S. S.       P. O. Box 29
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I
Fire Insurance.
Life  Insurance.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME SHE
Corner lot, 132 feet on Second. We
offer for sale for a few days a cosy-
cottage situated on corner lot, having
132 feet frontage on Second street.
The most magnificent view In the
east end.   Price $1000.
Kellington Bros,
Northern Crown Bank Building
Phone 680 Columbia St.
[ Accident Insurance.
| Automobilel   Insurance.   I
Some Strikin.
Values in
Bedding
Kill all your needs now. lure are Borne "exti i
bargains  for careful shoppers,    ll you have a Bin   ���
of any description in  blankets, sheets, bedspread
get our prices before you complete your purchasi
have a heavy Btock on hand���all bought at good -.
tm i by careful buying   and  economical  selling,   w<
sa\c you dollars,
I
Two  Blanket  Specials
Twenty  pairs only, white wool blankets, size 60x80, extra lie cy:   well  combed,   free  from   odor ..-
bur;;.    Just a ease lot we happened to pick up at a snap.    While they  last,  per pair $    -
Extra Large Size For $5.00 Per Pair
Another big snap���a repeat from lasl season.    Large family b anket.    extra    heavy    weight
finish.    Warranted to wash   well; odorless; extra width, TL'xM.    Foi  this week only
v. per pair $5.00
A Bargain in Sheets
And the price of cotton still going up, but
we want you to take a pair or two of these. We
are not losing money on them, only selling them
a little cheaper than any of the other stotes. See
the quality���they nre full size, too. of good
quality  sheeting, and the price, per pair .. $1.50
Snap in Bedspreads
Genuine Grecian bedspreads, white only, |o
various designs, tinheimned. This spread is extra soft, contains no dressing whatever, la a
good reliable washing cover, and without a
single fringe. Only a limited quantity. 0
all the week.    Regular $1.75, for ....
12 Yards For $1.00
And buy any quantity tou wish, we do not limit you to a few yards.     White  flannelette   30  In,���>, ���
wide   (note  the  width i.    We got   it   reasonable   so   offer   you   the benefit   this     week      Twelve    Jar-li
$i.o:
Samples Again
We cleared another lot of Turkish towel samples from one of the   travellers      On   vile   tho.   .
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lac to $1.50 per pair.    Every pair a bargain. im.es  n
Hector McCaig, Manager
Friday Evening, Oct.   14
THE
CITY
The sensation of the New York season.    Direct from one year's run
at  the Lyric Theatre, N'ew Vork���An exceptional flne cast of players.
PRICES, $1.50, $1  AND 75c AND 50c.
Seat   Sale  at   McKenzles'  Pbaimacy, Oct. 11.
A rest room has been provided for the convenience of vititors.    We
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.... m FRIDAY,   OCTOBER   7,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
FRENCHMEN TAIL 10
WIN GAME Ofl COAST
Vancouvers Adrr-inster Second Defeat to Nationals
in Clean Garfie.
Tie Nationals are doomed to return to their home on the banks of
the St. Lawrence, without having
won a game on their western trip.
The Vancouver team added the final
defeat yesterday at the exhibition
grounds when they pul the Minto Cup
and out by a seven
challengers down
to lour score.
The game was a flrst-clas
tion of the national .ame. and pleased
a crowd of several thousand, who
watched it throughout. It was clean
and fast and there was something doing all the time.
The Vancouvers won the name In
the last quarter when they bored In
thiee goals while the eastern Champions were wondering how they happened to get their four goals earlier
in the day. At three-quarters time
thl score wns even and the supporters
of the Nationals, of whom there was
a good sprinkling in the crowd, were
in high hopes that they would at last
land a game.
It was the Vancouver defence that
won again for Con's paid pets. It
played a great game and the plucky
home players on the National team
could not get In. When they did manage to land a shot, Bun Clarke was
there and had no difficulty ln throwing most of them dut.
The Nationals were held down to
long shots and could not make things
go at that distance. Time after time
-Gauthier or Laviolette would try underhand shots from away out, but for
the most part they did not get past
Howard at cover point, and any that
did happen to go through him were
grabbed either by Griffith or tbe goal
keeper.
The first quarter was very even.
The Vancouver team bad the best of
the play for the first few minutes and
the National defence had to work
overtime to keep the ball out. The
Vancouver team played great ball,
Godfrey doing better business ln goal.
Laviolette drew first blood, scoring
After four minutes' play.
McLachlan scored Vancouver's first
after' six minutes play and a few minutes later, Hones Allen had hard luck
in a pretty shot, tlie ball bitting the
top bar of the goal.
Gauthler carried the ball up the
fleld and passed to Laviolette. who
made a fine shot. Clarke, however,
made a stop, but could not clear, Bouilliane grabbing the ball and scoring
in an empty goal.
There was no further scoring during the quarter, both teams having
about equa ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
well. There were no men ruled off,
and practically no rough play. The
sympathies of the crowd s/f-med to
be about equally divided between the
two teams.
will be on Saturday when a picked
team from tho Nationals and Van-
coiner will be pitted agalnsl the Salmon Bellies. Con Jones says it will
be a magnificent game.
The    Teams:
Vancouver��� Nationals.
Goal.
j Clark       L'Heureux
I Point.
'Griffith       Cattarlnlcb
Cover   Point.
Howard         Gagnon
First   Defence,
VV.  Clarke       Decarie
Second   Defence.
Pickering     Duckett
Third   Defence.
Godfrey     Clement
Center.
West       Lachapelle
Third   Home.
Hennessey     Dulude
Second   Home.
Slimmer        Bouilliane
First    Home.
Adamson       Gauthler
���   Outside,
exblbl-' .McLachlan         Beauchamp
Inside.
Mien       Laviolette
Officials.
Referee���A. W. Gray.
Goal Umpires���Hugh Gifford and
George  Hennie.
Timekeepers���J. J. Johnston and B.
F.  Armstrong.
Penalty Timekeepers���H. C. Major
and W. Labrecque.
Goal   Summary.
First Quarter���
1. Laviolette, Nationals, -1:50.
2. McLachlan, Vancouver, 6:10,
3. Bouilliane.  Nationals,  4:55.
Second Quarter���
-I.    Laviolette. Nationals, 2:03.
5.    Sumner,  Vancouver, 7:41.
ti.    Adamson,   Vancouver,   ii'.',  seconds.
T.   Adamson, Vancouver, 9:02,
Third Quarter���
8. Gauthier. Nationals, 15:55,
Last Quarter��� , '. Jl
9, West, Vancouver, 2:45.
10. Adamson, Vancouver, 3:00.
11, Sumner, Vancouver, 1:00.
Penalties.
Third Quarter���
McLachlan, Vancouver, five minutes.
der twelve���1 and 2, Logan Bros., Amherst, N.S.
Junior bull call, undei- six months���
I  and  2,  Logan  Bros.. Amherst,  N.  S.
Cow, three years and over. 1, 2 and
3, Logan  Bros., Amherst, N. S.
Heifer, two years and under three���
I, Colony Farm, Coquitlam! VV. J. Tre-
gilles; 3, Colony Farm.
Senior heifer, eighteen months and
under two years���I, Logan Bros.; 2,
Colony Farm; 3, Colony Farm.
Junior heifer, under eighteen months
��� 1, Logan Bros.; 2, Alex. Davies, Ladner; ::, w. .1. Tregllles,
Senior heifer calf, six months and
under twelve���1, 2 and 3, Logan Bros.
Junior heifer call', under six months
���1, Logan Bros.
Champion female���1, Logan  Bros.
Aged herd: one bull and four females, two years and over���1, Logan
Bros.
Young herd: one bull under two
years, two heifers one year and under
two, two heil'er calves under one year
���1, Logan Bros.
Three animals, get of one sire���1,
Logan   Bros.:   2. Colony  Farm.
Two animals, produce ol' one cow���
1, Alex.  Davies.
Ayrshires.
Bull, three years and over���1, A. C.
Wells   *   Son,   Chilliwack.
Bull, two years and under three���1,
A. C. Wells & Son, Chilliwack; 2, Jas.
McCulloch, Steveston.
Senior bull, over eighteen months
and under two years���1, A. C. Wells
& Son; u, James Thompson, Chilliwack;  :i, W. lt. Austin.
Junior bull, under eighteen months
���1, 10. Higglnson, Sardis; 2, A. C.
Wells Ai Son;  li, W. R, Austin.
Senior bull calf, six months and undei* twelve���1 and 2, James Thompson:  I!, A. C. Wells it Son.
Junior bull calf, under six months���
1, A. C. Wells & Son: 2, W. It. Austin.
Champion bull���1, A. C. Wells &
Son.
Cow, three years and over���1, 2 and
3, A. C. Wells & Son.
Heifer, two years and under three���
1, A. C. Wells"& Son; 2 and :i, James
Thompson.
Senior heifer, over eighteen months
and under two years���1 and 2, A. C.
Wells & Sou; 3, James Thompson.
DIVISION
A.���FEMALE
MENT.
DEPART-
Directors To Be
Elected Tonight
(Continued from Page Three.)
I years, and two heifers, one year and
| under two, and two heifer calves under  year���1,  J.  Tambollne,  Westham
I Island.
|    Three animals, get of one sire-
Tambollne,  Westham  Island.
Two animals, produce of one cow
-1, J.
1, J.
Tambollne, Westham Island.
Hereford!.
Bull, two years and under three���1,
Savage Bros., Westham Island;   2, VV,
It. Austin, Coquitlam.
Bull, one year and under two���1, W.
H. Austin, Coquitlam.
Champion bull���1, H. Savage, Westham Island.
Cow,  three years  and  over���1,  \V.
R. Austin, Coquitlam.
 I Heifer, one year and under two���1,
chances and both playing i W. R. Austin, Coquitlam.
Senior heifer calf, six months and
! under twelve���1 and 2, W. R. Austin,
| Coquitlam.
Junior heifer calf, under six months
i��� 1,-\V. R. Austin, Coquitlam.
Champion female��� 1, VV. R. Austin,
Indian Work.
Best collection of knitting, socks or
stockings���1, Mrs. Joe Gabriel, Langley;  ., Chief Cassimere, Langley.
Best assortment of Indian-made
baskets, which includes the neatest
work���1, Mrs. Chief Joe Capllano; 2,
Mrs. Billy James, Harrison.
For tbe best three loaves of bread,
baked by Indian woman or girl, from
any flour���1, Mrs. S. Miller, Langley;
2, Miss Susan Gabriel, Langley.
DIVISION    B.���AGRICULTUR^AND
HORTICULTURE.
. I,
..In the second quarter the Vancouvers limbered up and scored three ]Coquitlam.
goals to one the Nationals managed to Aged herd: one bull and
Work in. Tbe coast players had thei males, two years and over-
beat of the game all through the quar-j Austin, Coquitlam.
tir and the Frenchmen Were lucky
that they did not have a larger score
posted up against them.
. The lacrosse was good and exciting
and showed that the game could be
played well without any rough stuff.
four
-1, W.
felt.
Young herd: one bull under two
years and two heifers one year and
under two, and two heifer calves under one year���1, VV. R. Austin, Coquitlam.
Three animals, get of one sire���1,
���  Adamson played the star game for I w. R. Austin, Coquitlam. /'
the Vancouvers,  netting  two  of   the |    Two animals, produce of one cow���
tfcree  goals earned,  while Laviolette, j ip YV. R. Austin, Coquitlam.
<Jautbier   and   L'Heureux    were    the j Red Polled.
��H��iy men on the National team. Thej Bull, three years and over���1, J. T.
1��ig crowd at the exhibition had wised : Maynard, Cheam, Chilliwack and the
lip to the fact tbat there was a game MA.Wd*, Cheam.
*.n and the players performed before] buu_ two years and under three���1,
a crowd of several thousand people, > r. Henderson, Victoria; 2, J. T. May-
..Justifying the Judgement of the man- nard, Cheam.
agement in securing the game. )    Senior  bu I,  over eighteen  months
���/The third quarter went to the Na-|al���i under   t vo years���1,   J. T. May-
lionals, who evened the score, Gauth- nard, Cheam.
ier managing to get a   nice   opening.    Junior bull, under eighteen months
and  making  the  most   of  it.     L'Heu-j__i   j   f. Maynard, Cheam.
reux, for the  Nationals,  was again to|    Junior bull call', under six months-
Best 25 pounds of wheat���1, Joe
Gabriel, Langley; 2, A. Gabriel, Lang
ley.
Best 25 pounds of oats���1, J. Gabriel,  Langley;   .. Chief Cassimere.
Best 10 pounds timothy seed���1, Joe
Gabriel; 2, John Gabriel.
Best 10 pounds clover seed���1, J0e
Gabriel: 2, John Gabriel.
Best collection potatoes���1. J&>e
Gabiie):  2, Chief Cassimere.
Best    collection    carrots���1,
Cassimere:   2, Joe GaDriel.
Best, collection of turnips���1,
Cassimere;  2, John Gabriel.
Best   collection   onions���1,   J
del;  2, A. Gabriel.
Best collection corn���1,    Joe
brlel; 2, Chief Cassimere.
Best collection beams���1, Chief Cassimere;  2, John Gabriel.
Best collection peas���1, John Gabriel;  2, Chief Cassimere.
Two beads cabbage���1, Joe Gabriel;
2, Henry Ignace.
Two pumpkins���1, A. Gabriel; 2, H.
Ignace.
Two squast.���1, H. Ignace; 2, Joe
Gabriel.
Best collection of apples���1, Chief
Cassimere; 2, Joe Gabriel.
Best collection of pears���1, Chief
Cassimere; 2, Joe Gabriel.
FOR YOUR
TABLE
Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
Apples
Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also try our SWEET POTATOES and nice ripe
TOMATOES
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phone��.193^nd]443
Sapperton      Phone 373
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
Chief
Chief
Gab-
Gab-
Re lots 10. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, lfi, IV
and 18, block 42 of section .'!. block 3,
North range 7. west in the district of
New Westminster.
WHEREAS proof of the loss of cer-
tlflcate of title number 33T0F, Issued
In the name of Sarah Michie has been
filed in this offlce.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1 shall, at the expiration of one month
from the date of the first publication
hereof, in a daily newspaper published in the city of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate,
unless ln the meantime valid objection be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, September 27. 1910.
DIVISION G.���VEGETABLES.
|he tore and stopped all kinds of hot
ishots. |
Adamson attracted the first penal- (
ty   i>y   holding   Duckett'a  Stick   when
the;,   were  both   after  the   ball,     I>e- j [
���caiie was bit  on tlie knee by Spike
Hentiosey and had to retire from the ��� i
.ga.ia-.   .McLachlan   going  o:T   to  even:
ui    ne sides.
li was a good game and there was
.all sorts of first-c!a.-;s lacrosse. The
Jia.-i-ing and shooting was goodj and If
-the ground had been perfectly dry it
"wo ild haw been one of tbe besl
' .��ii": es of the season.
The last quarter was all Vancouver.]
hSTLey  bored  In  three   goals,  ln  2:45,1
1. J. T, Maynard, Cheam.
Champion bull���1, J. T. Maynard,
Cheam,
Cow, thtee years and over���1 and 2,
I-',  licndeis'Hi.  Victoria,
Heifer, two years and under three���
I. T. Maynard, Cbeam.
Senior heifer, over eighteen months
and   under   two  years ��� 1,  J.   T,   May-
nani, Cbeam,
Junior ' heifer. under eighteen
months���1, J. T. Maynard, Cheam.
Junior heifer calf, under six months
-1 and  2, .1. T.  Maynard. Cheam.
Champion female���1. J. T. Ma.vnard.
Cheam.
Aged herd: one. bull and four fe-
tnd over���1, .1.  T.
Ijthiec  and  one   minute   respectively, j males, two years
__i\  then   held  the   Nationals  at   that, j Maynard. Cbeam.
-Tl ,'. National defence seemed to liave i     Young herd:    one    bull  under two
���v/e-ik'ened     .verv  rush  made  by the years,  two  heifers one  year and  un-
Y-nicoinei-   home',   which   is   not    the der two. and two heifer calves under
la'sMM   in   existence   al   the    present | one year��� 1, .1. T. Maynard, Cheam
-time   was  dangerous,  and  it   was  all      Three animals, get of one sire���1, J.
>ibe Nationals could do to keep themjT. Maynard. Cbeam.
Brom netting a do/.en.
I    The tame still continued to be clean
and there was nothing objectionable
t.h. oughoMt   the whole match.
Just a few- seconds before time.
Hennessey was hit in the stomach
and lay down for a few minutes, but
no one wen* off and Spike was able | Davie;
-to resume the game with all his old
time dash.
It was thought that the Vancouver
team would win, but tlie Nationals
had a lot of sympathizers who kept
rooting till  the last.    The big game
Two animals, produce of one cow���
1 and 2. ,1. T, Maynard. Cbeam.
Holstelnt.
Bull, three years end over���1 and 2,
\V. .1. Tregllles, Calgary.
Bull, two years and under three���1,
W.   J.    TrflgiHes,   Calgary;    2, Alex.
, \V. J. Tregllles.
Senior bull, over eighteen months
and under two years���Logan Bros.,
Amherst, N. S. '
Junior bull, under eighteen months
���VV. J. Tregllles. Calgary.
Senior bull calf, six months and' un-
Potatoes, Early Rochester Rose, 15
pounds���1, J. Ferguson, Ladner; 2, R.
Kittson, East Delta,
Potatoes. Rural, No. 2, 15 pounds���
1, VV. Whiting, Burquitlam; 2, R. Kittson, East Delta.
Potatoes, Early ROse 15 pounds���1,
It. Kittson. East Del* ; 2, A. O. Marshall, South Westminster. '
Potatoes, Vermont Gold Coin. 15
pounds���1. R, Kittson. East Delta; 2,
\V. Whiting. Burquitlam.
Potatoes, Early Puritan, IB pounds
���1, J. Ferguson, Ladner; 2, H. Kittson. East Delta.
Potatoes. Sutton's Ninety-fold, 15
pounds���1, J. FergUBOO, Ladner: ., It.
Kittson. East Delta. ���
Potiitees. new variety nol before exhibited, 16 pounds��� 1, Ab Wah, Burnaiiy; 2, \V. Whiting, Burquitlam,
Potatoes, any other variety, named,
15 pounds���1, W. VV.ltlng, Burquitlam; 2, Sprfltl & Schlou, Burnaby
Lake.
Potatoes, three varieties, correctly
named, 15 pounds each, not hi preceding list���1, J. Ferguson.
Potatoes, best collection, 12 of each
sort���1, J. Ferguson; 2. VV, Whiting.
Turnips,    table,   White    Globe,  six
Music Program
WAGNER'S   BAND   PROGRAM.
(Continued on  Page Seven.)
(Afternoon.) j
March���"Die VVe'.t in Waffen."
      Telke
Overture���"Prince   von   Ora^n-
ien." La tain
Russian Fantasia    Tobanl
Solo   for   cornet���"Berceuse."
       Godard
Albert   Nightingale.  Soloist.
Selection     from     "Fantasia."
        Iltibbell
Reminiscenses     of     Scotland
         Godfre.'.
Hungarian   dances;    No..   (Ive
and   six    Uralm
Finale���"A      Trip      Through
Dixie."       Casey
"God  Save tlie  King."
t Evening).
Marcii���"Treu Deutch,"  ,... Telke
Overture    ���    "Sernilrimade."
      Rossind
Waltz  Intermezzo���"The  Merry   W'lilnw."    Lebar
Selection      from     "The     Ked
Mill."       Herbert
Solo   for   cornet���"Quand   Tu
Chantes."       Gounod
Albert  Nightingale, Soloist.
Scotch   Melodies    Bonniceaii
A Colored Poem   Bagley
Scenes  from   "Attllla." Verdi
Finale  ���   "Miss   Trombone."
        Douglas
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I      ; ^Manufacturers and  Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR.   LATH,  SHINGLES.  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED   WORK,  FISH   BOXES-     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City^Planing Mills] Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box  'Z7
Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a iull   line   or   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in tnis City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Children's Day
We are making a specialty in Children's Boot and Shoes today, and extend a cordial invitation to our country visitors to look over our selection
of footwear before purchasing elsewhere.     .���,.(.,   ... ��� . ;A��I1M]
The Old Country Boot Store
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f '**, r r' -.- IkMKSVi'JAI
661 Columbia St.
J. STEWART, PROPRIETOR.       ���;^::^5^""
New Westminster, B. C.
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Drop In  Pianos
Tiy E have received word that our car of Pianos is
"Y on the way and will be too late for Exhibition.
We-are- now crowded for room. We have decided to
sacrifice our entire stock of high grade Canadian
Piano's at prices never heard of before, for the rest
ofthifc week only.
We have three beautiful Mahogany Pianos, all new;
regular $350.00 styles.   This week for 5225.00
Two new Styles, regular $375.00 for $250.00
One only, Walnut, regular $400.00 for $290.00
One regular $450.00 for $325.00
We will also give 30 per cent, discount on all
Violins, Mandolins, Guitars aad Banjos. Sewing
Machirjejs, 25 per cent, discount for cash. All these
prices are for cash only ; if time is wanted regular
prices will prevail.
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^;v    DONT FORGET THE PLACE
J.   H.   Todd's   Music   House
419 Columbia St. New Westminster
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Insure Against
Accidents or Illness
Of All Kinds
A  railway  passengers' ass: anee company',, acdtfeai    or    illness
policy is always a good friend when you   meet with :nn  aoeldenl  or
flre laid up with sickness. \
Tie Railway Passengers is he oldest and strongest accident assurance company in tlie world, and havo paid claims amounting to
over thirty million dollars, '���
Highest Security.                       L west Terns. Liber,-.I Conditions.
Phone or call for rates. __H
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GENERAL AGENT.
[W-
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Colum Ma Street
Phone 62
ADVERTISE IN THE  NEWS
.��iff PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY.   OCTOBER
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CORPORATION   OF   THE   DISTRICT
OF  BURNABY.
By-law No.
A By-law to en.ible the Corporation of
the District of Burnaby to raise by
way of loan the sum of seventy
thousand dollars for the purpose of
providing and building sidewalks
within the limits of the municipality.
Whereas, it Is necessary and expedient that the council of tlie said
corpor.ition be authorized to borrow
the b.:::: of seventy thousand dollars
($70,1 'i-i to provide for the construction of sidewalks within the limits of
the said municipality.
And whereas, :m approximate esti-
mate of the amounl required for the
various sidewalks lias been made by
the council as follows, viz.:
Ward l���Nine thousand six hundred
and eighty-nine dollars .($9,6Sfl.OO).
Ward .'���Ton thousand    eight   .luin-j
dred and seventeen dollars and   flfty
i ents ($10,817.50).
Ward 3���Fourteen thousand seven
htm,lied and ninety-nine dollars i$H.-
799.00).
Ward 4���Seven thousand and flve
dollars ($7,005.00);
Ward 5���Five thousand two hundred |
nnd eighty dollars ($5,380.-00).
Ward 6���Thirteen thousand and j
eighty-eight dollars ($13,088.00).
Additional sidewalks and contingencies and costs Incidental to this bylaw
and raisin., the loan nine thousand
three hundred and twenty-one dollars
and flfty cents  ($9,321.50).
And whereas,    it    is necessary   to
raise  the   moneys  required   to  defray j
the above expenditure upon the credit'
of the municipality.
And whereas, it will be necessary to
raise annually by special rate tiie sum
of four thousand six hundred and fit'ty-
elght dollars and fifty cents $4,658.50)
principal, and tlie sum of three thousand live hundred dollars $(3,500) interest, making a total amount annually of eight thousand one hundred
and fifty-eight dollars and fifty cents
($S,158.50) for the term of twelve
years for the repayment of the said
loan and interest thereon as hereinafter mentioned.
And whereas, the net value of the
whole rateable land in the said municipality according to the last revised
assessment roll amounts to ten million three hundred and twenty-three
thousand six hundred and ten "dollars
$10,323,610).
And whereas,   to provide   for   the
payment of the interest and the crea-i
tion of a sinking fund for the payment!
of the said principal sum of seventy I
thousand dollars    ($70,000) it    will be '
necessary to levy a special annual rate'
sufficient  to raise the sum of    eight
thousand one hundred and fifty-eight;
dollars and fifty rents ($8,158.50), tlie
ntnotau to be Cftlqul.tad annually on
the whole of .'Ue mtvuMe land within
tfcg municipality.
'   Be !t ;. crefoie enacted by the re&��__'
and council of tin? ftjid corporation of'
the district of Burnabj (ii :ouncI1 assembled as follows, viz.: |
���   I.-  .. shall be lawful tor the reeve]
tnd der.   of the council for the pur-
|>Oie .foresaid to borrow or raise by
Way of loan from any person or per-i
sons or corporation  or    ro:';\"...:l ....
who may be willing to   advance   t'le
same upon  the credit  of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, a    sum
not exceeding seventy thousand    dollars ($70,000) and cause the same   to
ive placed  in the  Royal  Hank of Can-'
ada in the City of New Westminster.!
to the credit  of the said corporation
for the purpose above recited and de-
bent ures of  the  said  corporation    toi
the amo.unt of seventy thousand dollars ($70,000) in the whole   may   be
issued by the sail reeve and clerk in
accordance with the Municipal Clauses
Act in sums as may be required, but
not   less   t! au   one   thousand  dollars
tfljOOO) each, the said debentures   to
be sealed with the corporate seal and
to te signe ! by t e iee e . ::'. clerk.
i.    The debentures shah bear    interest at the rate of fno (6) ier cent. I
ier annum payable half yearly on the
1st    day   cf    May and the 1st day of
November in each and every year during the currency of the   said   deben-j
tures er any of them.   There sball'be
attached   to   each   of   the  debentures'
coupons signed by the Reeve for each
and  every   payment  of  Interest  that i
may become due and such signature)
maj le either written, stamped, printed or lithographed. |
3.   The said debentures as to principal and Interest shall be payable at
the Royal Bank of Canada In the city
of Xew Westminster, cr at such other!
! ia' e or places as the council
from time to time appoint, with
approval of the          ers thereof, and
;.s to principal the debentures shall be
I ayable oi   the 1st d ij  of Mo>
��� i      ���     1922
*.   Thi I be raised and : - I<
annually by a - i lai i ��� sufficient
t erefor on all the rat< ��� ad or
Imj roven ents      res rty ln   the
municipality the sum of tour tbouj
six hi ndred and ��� a anl
lift ���    ents ($4,658 .��      I       he
<������' ���    .: lng a sinking fund for tbe payment cf the said debentures and    tl e
sum of three thousand flve    hundred
dollars ($3,500) for the payment of interest at the rate aforesaid to become
due on .ii:'i debentures   during   the
currenc) thereof the salJ Bpeclal rate
to  be  in  addition   to all  other  rates
to be levied   and   collected   in   thei
municipality daring the   currency   of:
the said debentures or any of them.
6.    This by-law shall take effect on |
and after the 1st day   of    November,
1910.
6. Tl.is by-law may !>ec!ted for all
pun oses as tbe "Barnaby Sidewalks
Loan By-law, 1910."
Done and passed in open council
t' e 29th day of September.
Receive! the assent of the electors
at an election for the purpose on the
day of 1910.
Reccnsldered and finally adopted by
the council, sl. ned by the reeve and
clerk and sealed with the corporate
f ��� on the day of ,
1910.
Tal-e notice that the above Is a true
copy o.' the    proposed    by-law    upon
rocrastinaiion  is the  Thief of Time,?
"Jonah was swallowed by a great fish"
(found time to repent in its interior consciousness) was ejected and was a better
man ever after.
-THE-
erlin Shoe Co.
Has baen spreading "paarls of truth" before the intelligent public of New Westminster for some weeks
past, and the people have responded to our proposals
with surprising promptness, in fact, far in excess of
our most sanguine expectations. True, our offering
was surprising. Best footwear for least money, and
then some, was rather startling, now wasn't it? and
you found it so, didn't you? We think so, for the
fact is patent���the Chamberlin Shoe Co. have had
the phenomenal show selling event in the history of
this beautiful city. The people have been fed with
with good things, many of them, and yet there are
others.
Marie Antoinette, Consort of Louis XVI. of France
(he of unhappy memory) replying to a statement of
a member of the Court, "That the people were crying for bread," said, ''Why don't they eat cake."
Now we are not even suggesting that the peoule
won't eat from our spread table, far i\om it. We
know better. But the dilatory ones you know, those
who put off doing until loter what might have been
better done today, those are the ' people we are
teaching out for, while there is still enough of footgear here for all. Time rapidly approaches when
there will not be. When favorite makes will be depleted; when we shall be unable to furnish the sizes
you wish. The other fellow will have them and you
will not.
Jonah repented; was discontented with his surroundings, and was rehabilitated; there was land enough
to provide him a dwelling place. But you're no
Jonah���if you don't get your footwear while its here
at these prices you may repent, that will be good,
but your feet will go unclothed as far as the Chamberlin Shoe Co. is concerned, and you will be a victim
of lost opportunity. Now don't be a Jonah. Don't
be a procrastinator. Catch on to present possibilities. Save a dollar by spending one. There are
no regrets to follow right along���that is buying
footwear from the
CLOSING-OUT SALE
���OF   THE���
Chamberlin Shoe Co
which the vote of the municipality
will be taken on Saturday, the loth
day of October, 1910, between 0
o'clock a.m. until T o'clock p.m., at the
following polling places:
The Municipal Hall.
West Uurnaby School.
Duthle School.
Mrs.  Cobban's house
Gunn road.
���Public notice is hereby given that
the vote, of the electors of the district
of Burnaby will be taken on the above
mentioned by-law at the time and
place above mentioned, and that C. T.
Saunders has been appointed returning officer, to take the vote of such
electors, wfth the usual powers ln that
behalf.
l<v ofcer of the council.
PETER BYRNE, Reeve.
C. T  8AUNDER8, C. M. C
NOTICE.
The Corporation of thp City of Xew
Westminster has deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and In the office of the Registrar of
Deeds for the District of New Westminster, British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and description of'
the proposed site for laying steel i
pipe line or water main under the
Brunette river in the Province of
British Columbia, and after one
month from the first publication hereof will apply to the Governor ln
Council  for approval  thereof.
Dated  this  Third  day   of   October,
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation  of  the   City   of   New
Westminster.
NOTICE.
I.
I1
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
The Corporation of the City of New
Westminster has deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and In the office of the Registrar of
defds for the District of New Westminster. British Columbia, at -New
Westminster plan and description of
the proposed site for laying steel
pipe line or water main under the
north arm of the Fraser River In the
Province of British Columbia, and after one month from the first publication hereof will apply to the Governor
In Council for approval there of.
DATED this Third day of October,
1910. \V. A. DUNCAN.
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation   of   the   City   of   New
Westminster.
FURNITU
\_m**s_zi,  -,T
For The Home
or
> -,.
Our Prices Dur
Exhibition Week
VTEVER before have we been in such a positi
to provide Furniture ami House Furnishii
as we are at the present time.   Our large store
full to overflowing with the newest and best in
Furniture.   We are giving bargains every day.
Why?   Because we buy in large quantities-car
load lots-we are outside the high rent distric,
and are thus enabled to give the benefit to our
customers.
SPECIAL IRON BED, SPRING AND MATTRESS
$10  Complete
::T^:^;:-.i*^
Enamel Beds
Brass Beds
Fancy Beds
Sole Agents for Coburn Steel Wood Veneer M
Bedroom  Furniture
Dressers and Stands,  $12.00 up
Dining Room Furniture
Dining Chairs, Each   from 90cts.
Leather Seated.
Dining  Chairs,   $16.00   Per Set
Set contains Six Chairs.
Hall and Library Furniture
Hall Racks from $6.00 up, Hall
Mirrors, Library Tables $8.00 up,
��ook Cases $12.00 up, Sectional
Cases all prices and sizes.
Tables of  Every Description
Royal Oak 8ft. Extension $9.00
Solid Oak Extension $16.00
Newest  Designs  in  CARPETS
We are displaying
new designs in Carpets. There is evidence of discriminating care in the selection, and a contentment with small
profit in selling.
W. E. FALES
FURNITURE DEALER. UPHOLSTERER
AND UNDERTAKER
612-618 Agnes Street, Opposite   Public Library,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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K'\ FRIDAY,  OCTOBER   7,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  BEVJfiN.
���NOTICE    REGULATING    VEHICLE of the car track while proceeding lu
TRAFFIC ON  COLUMBIA 8TREET.(either direction.
By order,
All pevsons using Columhla street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
.1. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, Augusl  12. 1910.
lawiWM^sav^jpq^yr
Directors To Be
ElecTed Tonight I ^
Visitors To   Our
Exhibition Are
Cordially Invited To
Make Our Store   Their
Head Quarters While
In The City
J, Fox, Ferndale, Wash.
Beans, broad, besl  dish���1, A.   G,
Marshall; 2, tt. Windrip.
Coin,     table,    six    ears���1,    1!.
try, Lillooet; 2, .1. Pearson, Suppor-
(Continued from Page Five.) ton.
 ��� ���i    Beets. long, six���l, .1. A. Skinner; 2,
roots���1, VV. T. Ha) hurst, Armstrong; '��� \   q   Marshall.
2, W. Whiting. Beets,  globe,  six���J.   II.   Coatham,
Turnips, Orange Jelly, six roots���1, Sardls; 2, .1. Cox, Ferndale.
.1. A. Skinner, Fraser Arm. Celery,  white, .six hunches���1, .1. A,
Carrots, Shorn   Horn, six  roots���1, Skinner;  2. W. Whitney.
.1. A. Skinner,    Fraser    Arm;    2,    W.       Celery,    red,    six    hunches���1.    VV.
Whiting. Whitney; 2, Mrs. S. Walker.
Celery,   any    other    variety���1,    W.
1 Whitney; 2. I. A. Skinner.
Lettuce,  six   head���1,   W.   Whitney;
j., A. Brehaut.
Radish, ion.
i, ii. .1. Kear:
Peppers, one plate
Llllo .
Kale,  two  head -1,  W.  Whitnev;   :
A.  G.   Mars:,ail.
DIVISION   H.���FIELD  PRODUCE.
HOUSEHOLD   VOTERS.
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN
629 Columbia Street
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Carrots,  Intermediate, six  roots���1,
II. Coatham, Sardis;   2, .1. A. Skinner.
Parsnips,   six   roots���1,   C.   A.   Semite, Cache;   2, .1.  A,  Skinner.
Cabbage, two best summer���1, ,1. A. haul.
Skinner. 2, A. Brehaut, city. Radish, turnip, hest dish��� l, A, Bre-
Cabbage, two    hest winter���1,    Ah haut.
Wah. Burnaby;  2, .Mrs. S. Walker. Squash   hest two, any variety, table
Cabbage, two best red���1, J. A. Skin- use���l. Surprise  Poultry   Yard;   2,  J.
ner;   2, Ah Wah.                                    | A. Skinner.
Brussels Sprouts, two stalks���1, Ah Squash,  Hubbard, hest two���1, Sur-
Wah; 2, J. A. Skinner. prise Poultry Yard; 2, .1. A. Skinner.
Savoys, two besl and largest���1, A. Pumpkins,   for   table   use,   two���l,
Brehaut, city. Surprise Poultry Yard; 2. ,l. A. Skin-
Cauliflower, two best  heads���l, Ah ner.
Wah;   2, .1. A. Skinner. Vegetable    Marrows,    two���1,    Sur-
Onlons, while, six���1, S. Morley;  2, prise Poultry Yard; 2. .1. A. Skinner.
Mrs.   Walker,  Nlcomekl. Tomatoes,     besl     12���1,���;     2,     F.
Applications to   be placed   on   the
supplementary voters' Hal for the City
of New Westminster will be received
I by the undersigned up to November
list, 1910.
Wheal, autumn, one bush., 60 lbs.,     Applicants must be Hritish subjects
red���1, VV. West, Edmonton;  2, .1. L.'of the full ag<?   of twenty-one   yctta,
Porte. ,.im| |KIV(, been resldenu or tl,< city six
Wheal. Bprlng, one hush., no lbs.��� imonths   Immediately   preceding   the
I, J. L. Porte; 2, W. West. I date of application, and   have   during
llarley. Chevalier, one  hush., 48 lbs.   thai   lilac  paid    as  a    household..r    u
- I. W. West; 2, J. L. Porte. Irental of mu   less than one hundred
Parley,   rough,  one   hush.,   IS   Ihs.���''dollars a vear.
1, .1.  I.. Porte;   2, S. Morley. Ladner. \y   ,\. DUNCAN
Parley, new   variety, one hush.. 48' city Clerk.
lbs.���i. S. Morley, Ladner.
Onions, red, six���1, S. Morley, 2, J,
Fox, Ferndale, Wash.
Oats,  white, one  hush., 34   lbs.��� 1,
est  dish���1, A,  Bre-|g   Morley; ������_ w. West.
Oats, black, one bush., 34 lbs.���1,
S. Morley; 2, A. II. Menzles, Pender
Island.
Oats, new Variety, not before exhibited-1, .1.  ],.  Porte.
Peas, blue, one bush., GO lbs.���1. A.
ll. Menzles; 2. Pender island.
Rye, one bush., 50 lbs���I, VV. West; [and tit guaranteed
2, .1. L.  Porte.
Turnips, Ave Swede for cattle���1, S.
Morley; ., A. Brehaut, city.
Turnips, five yellow tor cattle���1,
VV. T. llayhurst, Armstrong; 2, A.
Brehaut.
Mangold Wurtzels, five Globe���1, S.
Wright, Central Park.
Tomatoes, best, collection, six each
ZONE"
FURNACE
Smoke  and Gas  Tight
Made out of Steel
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Marlcy,
, Morley;  -. J. A. Skinner, Fraser Arm.
Onions, yellow, six���1. .1. Ferguson, ���1 and 2, F. J. Wright, Central park.      Mangold Wurtzels, live long red���1,
Ladner;  2, C. A. Seinlin, Cache. Cucumbers, best, brace, green, grown j q   a   ge|nieV( Cache;  2, ,1. A. Skinner.
Onions, while pickling, one quart��� under .lass��� 1, A. tl. Marshall,; 2,
1, .1.  A. Skinner;   2, Ah  Wall. Stride ti  Sons, city.
Onions, yellow picklinn, one quart���' Cucumbers, best brace, green,
I. Mrs. S. Walker; 2, Miss L. Hrown, grown in open air���1, 11. J. Keary, Lil-
city. lovet;  2, Ah  Wall.
Peas,  green,  best   dish,  one  quart,      Cucumbers, best dish for pickling���
shelled���I, .1. A. Skinner; . , A. G. Mar- 1, Sproutt <fe Lehon; 2. W. Whitney.
shall,  Yale  Road. Citrons,   best   two���1,   A.   II.   Menz-
Peas, green, ten pounds, unshelled res, Pender Island; 2, J. Pearson, Sap-
��� 1, A. (1. Marshall;  2, W. Whiting.      perton.
Beans, scarlet  runners, in pod, best       Melons,   Musk,   best   two���1,   .1.   II.
dish���l, ll. Windrip, Sapperton; 2, J. Coatham, Sardis.
A.  Skinner. Melons,   Nut men,  best  two���1,  Sur-
Beans, bush, in pod���1, W. Whiting; j prise   Poultry   Yards,  Colllngwood.
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Just Arrived
N'ew Scotch and English Worsted,
Tweed and Serge Suiting for gentlemen,  made    to  order.    Workmanship
HEE CHUNG
13 Begbie Street.
T.  P,  Morrison .1.  II. Taylor
Phone 624.
LABOR AGENTS
Sugar    beets    live���1,    S.
Ladner Supply  help  Of  every  kind.   Prompt.
Carrots, six  long  white���1,   C.   A. attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
Semlln, Cache; 2. .1. a. skinner. negotiated,
Carrots,  six   yellow���1,  .1.   A.   Skin-i 8 Begbie St.       New Westminster, B.C.
Carrots, six red���1, S. Morley; 2, .).
A. Skinner.
Cabbage, two heaviest heads, for
cattle���1, .1. A. Skinner.
r
rOU don't have
to own an automobile to appre-
ciate   this   superb
Overcoat.
It's one of Fit-Reform's
latest creations ��� the
"AUTO"-and its
military air has quickly
caught the fancy of
the younger set.
Made of elegant
Scotch and Irish
Tweeds $20, up. 136
Kohl Rabl, best six���1, J. A. Skinner.
Bale of hay, alfalfa���Armstrong
municipality.
Bale of hay, clover���1, S. Morley; 2,
McClUgham  Bros., Port, Kells.
Bale of hay, timothy���1, S. 11. Lawrence Armstrong municipality.
Hale of hay, mixed���1, S. II. Lawrence, Salmon Arm;  2, S. Morley.
Best 100 lbs. of corn for ensilage���
A. G. .Marshall, South Westminster.
Best display of roots for cuttle, to
consist of six of each, long red an<5
globe mangles, six swede turnips, six
sugar beets, six carrots, six stock
cabbages��� J. A. Skinner.
Timothy seel, 10 lbs.���S. Morley.
Corn, 12 ears���1, Alex Loehore, Lytton;  2. J. A. Skinner.
COAL
New .
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
LAND  ACT.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile northeast from the
head of Billings bay, and about 40
chain* easterly from the southeast
come- of timber lot number 37341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 2i>, 1010.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid Up   $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
11 __
11 James & McClughan
Front and Sixth Sts.
P. 0. Box 248
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;; Dominion Trust Block
Phone 302
The Bank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; ln Cuba
throughout the Island: also In
Porto Hlco, Bahamas, New York
and   London,  Kngland.
Correspondents ln all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M.  RICHARDSON, Manager,
M.   J.  PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
NOTICE.
On and after October 1. 1010. w<5.
the undersigned, will sell ooal for
caRh only, either with the order or on
delivery.
QILLEY  BROS., LTD.
JOSICf'H  MAYERS.
BELYEA & CO.
N'ew Westminster, Sept. 24.
APPROPRIATE MUSIC
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
played in ��� way to deli jht tha aoul at a tniemuaieiao���whether it ba beautiful tacred
ramie rendered with true rcligioat feeling, the itirrinf .train* oi a treat military
band, the charming1 melody of an instrumental quartette, the thrilling ootei ol a
Caruso or a Melba in the rendition of an operatic maiterpiece, or the lide splitting
merriment of a Music Hall Star, it is all there at tha turn of a hand tor the owner of a
BERLINER GR VICTOR GRAM-0-PHONE
AU that is hest in the world of music, song and story is brought to your own
Grejlde aad brought in a manner so natural und lifelike, so complete and convincing
that you mult needs pinch yourself to know thnt tlie great musicians of the world
ore ~*<A standing hefore you Don't tukc our word for it. do to-day to the nearest
Berliner Victor Denier and he wi'' gladly play for you, without obligation, any of
the 3000 telectiom in tlie Yi?t:ir Catalogue.
Tli a- is ��� Victor or Berliner Gnun'O-pbono to suit every purse tnd ea��v pay��
meats i I.- be arranged il dssired,
W. P. WHITE
i  Architect and Building Conatructor.
1    Specialist In Steel, Reinforced Concrete and  Modern  Building Construo-
| tlon.
Room 3 Dominion Truat Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
LAUNDRY WORK
as done by us gives the utmost satisfaction. Our equipment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean, Economic, Prompt.
White labor only employed
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
Victor  Uccordi lire  both
ond double siJc��� *.     Quality   t.io   srime, buy
VICTR0LAS
aSB3B.aiS.flKi2*JCi n..mi_J
djuhle-'jidcd i! llie combination ���>-..iu you
SINGLE SIDEb RCCOKDS. 73c
DO'JULE
!K.'c. POR T.'.L TWO.
GRAMOPHONES
$15.00
Up
��300.00
Sample by miil ot receipt ol pri-c and  Klo  for pebtajie'    Cataloguo of Or;.m-
o-phonea and over 3000 selections (rec by mail
liCilE A 1EV, Of THE LATEST OFF. RIMS.
KKD SEAL P.KCORPS
��.<:l!>-C.m_>u<1m"CHeloe Mir" BnrtcoCarwio
13 Inch ;.,">
WI38���" Annie Laurie ���. McComtack
10 inch Jl JS
PURPLB LAHI'.i.
tHX~���"  u'hnt gocxl ta wjitr   wh-n   ���������nf e
dry' " -rn 'in- j
IJ Inch fl M)
5787���' That Puny Rae'       Peerlcta Quartet
iu Inch 78c
r,it*. .���' i..;���.-��: Divfae      m trah-Mflcdonough
!: in.-h f. -,
10 Inch  Doo'jle t***i   RcwJi   . Oe.   lo,  llu T.��^.
!(a) "Come Ln* ray Bunahine, Dearie"
Macdonougta
(h) '��� Tlie Arcadlana '    Favorite
Mclu'lu-s Pryor i Dand
Know to-day what tliii tuperb entertainer hat in atore for you, imd
"BE   SLUE   TO   HEAR   THE   VICTROLAS"
Limited.
*��
Berliner Gram-o-phone Co.,
MONTREAL.
WHEN THINKING OF XMAS  GIFTS,  REMEMBER  THE VICTOR
Victor Records and Machines at J. H. Todd's Music House. 419 Columbia St.
i
AT A SACRIFICE
A nice modern 6 roomed house
corner 2nd* St. and 5th Ave. Full
sized lot bearing orchard and good
out building, price $3,350 easy terms.
���EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists PAGE  FIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  OCTOBER
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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.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
R. Duark, who submitted to an operation at the Royal poLmi&ian hospital
for an abi ess on the throat a few
days ago, is mm reported tor be progressing fast towards ve***\t��fy.
For all electrical vorfc 'and contracts i hone T. Rol ei t: .. All.       **
Davles greenhouse ls the place to
get bouquets, fWral ct-e'&l^ns and all
fclnds i f cut dowers.   Wrorie R 208. **
Several   complaints  have  come  to
the  police thai   Indicates  that   there
are  some  pickpockets  at  work,  and
[tho  public Is  warned  to   be   careful
while tbe exhibition ig In progress.
For all electrical work and contracts plione T. Robert., 761.       **
See Fales' furniture stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Agpes street, *
"The City," the last phy from the
pen of the hue Clyde Fitch, will be
seen hero at the Opera house on Friday evening of next week, when a
Strong east  will Interpret  the story.
While     attending   the     exhibition
j smoke  li. C. and Old Sport cigars. **
has great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia St.
Principal.
Hand Bags
New Stock        Good Values
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of
Hand Bags ever shown in
this city. "From $1.00 up.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance.
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster.    B    C.
W, E. Pales carries the hest selected stock of household furniture iu the
city and prices defy competition, **
A moving picture show, heralde 1 as
the biggest ever shown In this city,
will be the attraction at the Opera
house vn Saturday evening. Eight
miles of films are to be unrolled during the performance.
If you want to see a modern cigar
factory you don't have to ask any-
jbody, but just call at the B. C. Cigar
factory on Seventh, above Agnes
street, and we will be glad to show
you. ���*
Apparently what  little idea was en-1
tertalned of giving    the    National lacrosse  players a banquet    has    been
abandoned. The Frenchmen have only;
a couple   more   days   on   the   coast ���'
and nothing has been done to demon- j
strate the vaunted    hospitality of the
west.
Iron    beds and bedding, the largest'
range of designs and  pi ices.    W.   K
Fales. ���*
R. II. Cheyne has heen appointed
chief clerk of tbe land registry office,
succeeding J. Stilwell Clute. who resigned some time ago. M. E. O'Brlan
i has been placed on the permanent
staff, and live new clerks have been
engaged, these being C, II. Wade. A,
Small. G, Schmidt. S. Gtlchrisl and T.
[J. Johnston.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday.    Steamer Transfer
leaves  Htackman-Ker's    wharf    at    2
Ip.m.   Return fare 50 cents. **
to me, of all  his personal   porperty,
I real estate, credits and effects, which
j may be seized and sold under execution for the benefit of his creditors,
A meeting of creditors will be held
al the offlce of the Assignee, Joseph
i Travels, Walker Hlock, Columbia
Street, New Westminster, B. <.'.. on
.Monday the 10th day of October. A.
H . 1910, at the hour of 3:00 o'clock
in the afternoon, to receive a statement of affairs and for the general'
[ordering of the estate, and you are
hereby notified to attend, either in
poison or by representative.
AND    FURTHER   TAKE   NOTICE
that on and after the 15th day of Nov-
'ember, A. 1).. 1910, the said Assignee'
will proceed to distribute the assets
of the insolvent, amongst the parties
.entitled thereto, having regard only to
the claims   which   he  has   then   received and that   he  will not  be liable
for the  assets  or any  part  thereof to
any person or persons of whose claim
notice shall not have been received by j
him at the above last mentioned date.
Mated at the City of New Westniin-
berster, B. C, this 26th day of September, A. I).. 1910.
JOSEPH TRAVERS.
'Assignee.    Walker    Hlock.    Columbia
j Street. New Westminster, B. C.
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��� Tag   Day   Receipts. *
��� Although   all   receipts    were   ���
��� not   counted   last   night,  it   is ���
��� certain  that  the  Tag  Day  en- ���
��� tc prise will result in over $500 ���
��� being added to the Tranquille ���
��� Sanatorium   maintenance  fund. ���
��� The    biggest     individual    col- ���'
��� lection was ten dollars. ���
��� ���
The Public
Supply Si ores
-1;
Pn
LYNE'S
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.
Ihe Centnl Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R.  Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
choice cooking
prompt service
give us   a   trial
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.,  Etc.
or carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davles greenhouse,
Et L'OS.
Guy Turner, the young American,
��� pted to commit suicide a
couple of weeks ago b. swallowing,
the contents of a bottle of iodine.
was at aigned before the police magistral yesterday morning. After
tnising to a'.oid poisons and other
i'e shortening fluids In the future.
Turner was allowed to go on suspend-
( I se:   .ace.
Pot slants and fresh cut flowers at
I. ':���, - store.    Phone 184. �����
i
R, V, Pearce, conductor of the Sum-
n erland band of twenty-five pieces,
��������� eh is one of the musical attraction at the Provincial exhibition, has
; had a varied career as a bandmaster.
having, in addition to wielding the
baton in several quarters of the globe,
conducted the musical: services at
the funeral of the late Cecil Rhodes
in South Africa.
The B. C. Cigar factory Invite their
up country friends to see their new
factory on Seventh, above Agnes
sTeet. The best arranged factory on
t  Is coast. **
Yesterday the pressroom at the ex-
on  was presented  with a box of
gars by the  Kelowna Tobac-
���:��� my,  which  has some of the
-   -' Interesting exhibits on the main
���  e   Industrial   building.   Tlie
-    ire   made   of   tobacco   grown.
'  manufacture I at Kelon aa,
where  tbe  company   now   has almost
three :  md ed acres planted wi:    ���
o of excellent quality.
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NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
L
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Kuur doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
on
Columbia St.. No. 441.
N* ��� ���r.'nster. 8. C.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to the "Creditors' Trust
Pte Is Act, 1901" and all amending
acts thereto, HERBERT MOORE ear-
rying on business as a Retail Grocer
and General Supply Merchant, ar 563
Front Street, of the City of N'ew Westminster. Province of British Columbia, has this day made an assignment
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Djn't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good Judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
mote than favorable.    For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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Some Special Snaps
���   THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY������
5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.    Streets on three aides
thl3  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First, to Second street. This property
especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and Une at rear.
ce $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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Our Goods on
Display to Exhibition   Visitors
We are open every day 1:0111 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visitors to the
city are extended a hearty welcome and In no place will thej b 1
made to feel more at home than in our stoic, our merchandise
is here for the examination of one and all. Quality and style are
the particular points apparent in till our goods. We announce the
stoic and ihe goods therein 01 en to your Inspect! in.
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The   Celebrated   "Maish"
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Comforters���Our New Fall
Range Now Ready
The extensive advertising campaign carried on by the manufacturers of ".Maish" comforters has made this brand familiar by nan e
at least to most people. We are sole agents In New Westmlnstei
for Maish comforters and we are ready at anj time to point out
their superior qualities. You will tind them just as advertised. Thej
are tilled with pure white cotton as light and fluffy us eiderdown at
half the oust. Coverings ate of fas' ct lored sllkollnes In llghl and
dark grounds, with or without border design; sizes 60x72, 66x72 and
7:1x7:.', with prices ranging from  $2.25 to $4.75
A Complete Stock
of Blankets
White, grey and colored blankets in the best Canadian makes.
There is great variety in the qualities. . Izes and weights as might
be expected. Both all wool and union blankets Bre here In almost
every size. We show the various lines In weights ranging from five to
ten pounds, with prices ranging from, per pair  $3.50 to $10.?5
I    Our Special This   Week
$4.00 Per Pair
Thirty.six pairs of a large Blzed white wool      okel peclal-
ly as a  leader in the blanket section.    M - ��   ild --    -! ' l
to |5.00 1 er pair for the - in e I lankel -    Our special price this wei
ier pair        $4.00
Reynier
Kid Gloves
Every Pair Guarantee!
We ex] erlence greal
faction  in    selling    lb
kid   glOVe8.     Our   1  :
ask  for  them  in    In   ���
numbei b. If ycu Iur.e ti
wo: n Rej nler gli ives, ti
pair;   j ou   wlll   thei
to   ja Ige   ol the 1
wearing ability.
$1.25 PER  PAIR.
Reynier Infanta and 1
gloves with two clasp li
brow n and bia '.. ��� 1
:.\ to '._.
$1.50 PER  PAIR.
Raynier   Bonne* al    11
kid. in shades of tan, b
mode, grey, green, cai II    .
navy  and  bia' k,     I SO   *
al le w bite; all sizes, ."���' _ 1
7 '���>
$1.75 PER  PAIR.
Keyuler Buzette Qlai e kid
hand sewn, three clasp, In
tan. brown and black; a
"Vlso" in white, tan ar. i
black �� Ith 1 earl clasps . |
heavy embroidered I . -���
Pique sewn
Our Special
Cape Kid
Gloves
$1.00, $1.25 and $'.50 Ptr
Pair.
Splendid gloves for h'-
about wear, Lea . y In m .
Strong   and   durable:    Ih
in calf tan only:  sizes 6
7 inches.
Silk Lined
Mocha
$1.75 and $2.00 Per P_   .
Verj    coi fortatds    ti
! 1 lng  slik   iirc-'l   '..  ���   ������
���-..   if the fingei
tan     and     brown    P<
make, .->i/es 6 to 7 lm hc -
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
NEW   WESTM'^Te .    LAND    DIS
TRICT.
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE notl e that, I. William Rob
; ert  Dick, of Vancouver, B, C.;  occu
' pation  real est ite  dealer,  Intends ��tQ
apply  for permission  to purchase  the
following described lands:
Commencing- at a post planted
about twenty chains north from the
southwest corner of Timber Lease
18769, Texada Island, thence wes'
[eighty chains, thence south eight;.
chains, thence east eighty chains.
thence north eig' ty chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
' more or less
WILLIAM    ROBERT   DICK.
Vancouver,   B.    C   September   6,
j 1910.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
House wiring a specialty. All orders
j siven  prompt    attention,    and    night,
'���alls answered.
Phones  761  and 581.
Office:    -    -    -      435 Columbia Street.
A BARGAIN
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
Six roomed house with stable in rear on t\v
lots, on corner of lane and  100 foot frontage, c
main street and half a block from car.
$3,000.00, easy terms.
Apply S. S.       P. O. Box 29
Dr. Hatherly
Eye Sight Specialist
Cures headaches and nervousness
i by special ground .lasses. During
I the el_ht, years established In New
| Westminster he has received hundreds of testimonials from satisfied
I patients. Optical parlors, Hamley
block, ti'2i Columbia street.
If you want something Choice for Sunday'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
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
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