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 port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
vol
NUMBER  234.
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Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY  MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1910.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS
Oil AGAIN REIGNS 6,
IN CAPITAL OF MEXICO
punted Police Prevent As-
semblage of Element Hostile to American Citizens
.    pjj      Nov.   l".���Repressive
by the Mexican au-
'" mted today a reDetition
enei   In this citj and
,,. comparatl te trau-
'    att(       bj the demonstrators to
'. la . afternoon    In    the
the    new    National
Slv^StS IS SIFT OF
W. J, WALKER Tfl DIOCESE
t*** ���������������������������������.��������������������������������� VALUABLE CITY TEAM IS
West iii infter     Man     Wil;     Build     and
Equic  Half Dozen  Buildings for
Church of   England.
discouraged    by
ottf of the largest    gifts   that has
ever been made by an Individual to d
vtvmvii In thi-. Bisti li I  " le recently by VV, .1. Wall er o          cl
the Churcl  of England
'Mr. Walker hns undertaker to build
.nd i t|u'ip sh new church buildings
anfl ti i"- ii the cost or the Buppo i
cfl one clergyman, According to prei-
cir i lam thes* bull ling will b< l<
��� ttte'd at I illowi (ine al Poi t Kells.
tbe [vow nearlj  completed and to he con-
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FLOODS   IN   FRANCE.
Nm io \ serious flood situation has developed In East-
en France, Th�� river Muerthe and its tributaries are over their
banl s
Manj   villages have heen Inundated.   At Nfiicy alone tfcore are
i rise damage hns heen done
tliey traversed by the river  Moselle Is    one    vast    lake.
le    have stopped  vork.
rlvei Saones threatens to Invade the famous Grasol - Steel
works.
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KILLED BY 0. N. R. TRAIN
WOJffiN WILL HELP
KEEP SEATTLE CLEA .
Horses   Ran   Away  on  Tuesday   Evening���Wandered  Ten   Miles then
got  Struck   by   Engine.
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|    . |    who  kept   the
: |   office has assured Am-[some point in the southern   part   of
llgon thai there will bs  no  Surre;    one tfl Port Mann, and a Bixth
crowds Iterated next month; one at Biowns-
| vllle; one nl Cloverdale;    another nt
TWO INDIANS SENT DP FOR
TRIAL TO A HIGHER COURT
Eniis  Mack,  Accused of  Murder, and
Peter SigVi, Alleged  Accessory,
Given s   Heading.
.   ��� i iting
m,,r.-iL\Cm
. .   changed between m ���
(i. : nd the American ambas-
I J in.   the day nnd a verbal re
tire lnraflon of which   has yet to bet
determined.      ^^^^^^^^^
A   bsatftlfril site  has been
for the Brownsvi'.Ie churcl
��� e ture i
    It  I on
lJ7was given by the former to   Mi 'the till overlooking the river, ai .
message of yesterday  the site has already boen   cleared it
-.stilt to   the   United   will be bm a short time before build-
t.j,,.. and    American    citizens. Ing operfttions are commenced,
\,   , ��� .  |  ture of the reply is Mr      At a meeting of the executive com-
Ito say, but Intimated :ittee of tho diocese held on Wednes-
jj.a't"the same, when put into writing. ! dav. a warm vote of thanks to Mr.
yj transmitted, would stiov.   e.Valker wns passe 1 and a wish    was
rpr0pei   till ide on tbe    pari of tho -expressed thnt oilier members of the
i-ernmenL j church might follow his example.
DIVIDING  DISTRICTS.
POLICEMAN   DISMISSfcU
IN   DISGRACE   FROM   FORCE
ops Man Here Copying Records
of Land Registry.
C Cowe 1. of Kamloopa. ��t uno
���Hate Don Inion land agenl ei Ri d
L ;. and recently appointed
ijen'l ��� ; what is known ns the Dry
;.        [n Hie city gathering Informa-
Enias .Mack, awai'ing    trial    on    a
charge of murder,   ancl    Peter   Sigh
awaiting trial on a charge of being un
���   ���    orj  '<��� the ''lime, ate now lying
in the provincial Jail,
The two men were given a preliminary hearing yesterday before Magis-
1 ite Kdmonds, who sent them both
up for trial. At the hearing yesteiday
morning practically no evidence that
had net been given at. the inquest on
the body of William Bernard, was
heard. McKay swore to the Identity
of the men, who both admitted that
they hud been with Barnard on the
night he is supposed to have died.
Mack made a statemeni ln which
l'te said that aCter hs had had one or
two diinks he had gone to the Tenth
| ___- wharf. lie had gone to sleep
theie and dil not remember anything
more until he woke up in his camp
next,    morning.
WESTMINSTER BRANCH OF
S. P, C. JL IS REVIVED
,	
Small   Attendance  at   Meeting  Yesterday  Evening���Chief  J.  H. Watson
Re-Elected  President.
The Public Welfare League
Counts on New Voters to
Turn Scales Against Vice
Seattle, Nov. 10.���The Public Wei
tat e League, which is In charga of I e
real movement against Hiram C. Gill,
is counting on the newij enfranchise.!
women vote in the recall election.
The women will le qualified voters i b.
  ^valuable team of  ho-.       h. J a
**>*************>*********>*'*>***** lng  to t he   'ity was  run  Into and  .111-
___  (,(1 ''-v a Croat Northern train on Tues-
���~-~~������������������������������������������������  - (I ^ ^^ Wednesday of tbis week.   Thej
[team, whiph was purchase;! for $775
l isl year, was tied outside the city
stables on Agnes street  on  Tuesd y
evening.   Only one of tie horses was:	
tied   and  when something  frightened   9oon as the governor   announces the
them they had no difflc tl 5  In break- , re8un 0f the vi te
!"'-' away, 'lilC, welfare    League's    plan is to
l'he..   ran up tbe SMh street  hill  bave the election late In    December.
| nd In spite of the efforts 01 T. Fur-    , ndPr Ule )llw ,en day8 wiu be pro_
iperlntendenl of public works, vi()ed for registration of new voters.
and tbe teatnsur   who   had been In  a���,f IlKi WOmen may place theli-names
charge of the team, tl ey could uot ba on lli(, ,(jll.   The ,eaglle t|liriliS that a
Yesterday  Mr. Furness    was | mom! [s8Ue BUCj, aa ls presented by
the effort to suppress vice and gambling    will    cause    large    numbers of
Prevention of   Cruelty   to   Animals, j between nere, and. Vancouver. ! women to vote for the   league candl
'I      r\n   in,.s.ii��.n..   ��,-     F......1   *u...   ii I *a*******w*n
which  was called for    11st    evening.
^^B__ I found.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Informed that a teatn hud been kill d
The meeting of tlte Society for t'.te  by the Great Northern near Airedale,
'between here and Vancouver. ; women to vote for tke
On  investigation ke    found  that 't^iate.
^^___ wai   the team he was    looking    for. 1    Mayor G11I   chfef of    PoUce    Wap.
could hardly be called a success if ,,,������, the place where they started to penstein and the proprietors of houses-
the number of those who attended , the place they were killed is about jn t[le 0\& v|ce district now closed,
was the onlv thing taken into con- ,l>n " ilf-s- T1>e horses had wandered jcannot be proceeded against for con-
on to the truck and were a long 41s- tempt of court um.'er proceedings
tance from any crossing. |brought by the Welfare League after
the court had
SAVE    PRICELESS    PICTURES.
The  lmnifdiate  resignation  of Pro-
vlncial   Police  Constable  Taylor,    for
Hume time ptist  stationed at Stewait,
has been asked for by the   attorney-
general, as the result of unlet Invest!-' across the river the
nation on tim part of the chief   con-  The othei   man stated   that he went,
hon front the records ol the heal Do- stable for the district, following    an  away when the fight had st-nted.
c Sue bearing on the ad- activity of rumors   as to   Constable     r,, E  Martin conducted the case foil. of tbe tne divisions Int 1   .Taylor's abuse of his official position, the crown and J, Wise acted as lnte -
t, 1        territory has bean parcelled     To pul  tho matter succinctly,    the  preter.    The Indians were not repre-
i      .     department's     regulations ofticet   was Btated to havo   arranged  1 id I���������  rounrill,
Blued     ��� May    These are the Up- a regular schedule of   fees,   payable  _	
:��� :   IIvlaion, the  Lower Co-   to  bin self,  by   Which     Immunity     and' Strikebreaker  Acquitted.
protection wore to be secured by cei       Seattle, Nov. in. ��� William    Horn, a
tain forces not  recognized as    legit!   force-  strikebreaker, who   shot   and
-   ...  or foi the good of society. These  killed  John   Ryan, a member   of   the
fee., it is declared in to  li ngshoremeifB uniin, in an   alterca-
the Investigating officer,   have   been  tlon over labor matters July    !.   was
both levied and collected, from women   acq titted of the charge of murder hy
of  the  underworld,  tiie proprietors of   a jury In the superior court today. The
small  K.imbllnc games    operating    in   jury    was    out   ten    minutes.    Horn
back rooms of tobacconists' establls 1
1, and pveti from messenger boys
nesteidlng   ln   the nsual  1R0- -finding their chief employment in the
I :til in the other  restricted  quarter.
��� ��� opene 1 for entry  by       These   fees    are    stated    to    have
:���   in their    case the  amounted in the aggregate to a
.______H(orty l'he
I sideration,   but   the   tesults   of the
j meeting mean the revival of a useful
i institution.
There were only a few there and
amount  of husiness    transacted    did
i not require the election    of a secte-
I tary.
Chief Watson, who a few months
ai'n was elected to the presidency of
the local branch, sent ln hls resigna-
Many Churches in Italy Yield Up
Wealth of Art.
Rome, Nov. 10.���The whitewashed
walls of many churches in Italy hide
Important frescoes which would have
been irrevocably lost had not the at-
I uie uuuri iiau    ordered    the    district
! closed, according to a decision ren.i-
jered today by Judge Mitchell G:iliairt
in the superior court.
HIS    EARNINGS    REDUCED
FROM    $15,000    TO    FIFTY
lambia division, the Shuswap division.
t'- id li i lion atid the Co is)
I lasl two divisions   ar*
regular    agents,    Mr.
i' ' >pi.   i ml    Mr. M ic-
if   ��� city,  while    the    fir.t
'.-������- ���-   Bub-agents for tbe
: ns.ng    of    Dnrmlnl'rr
��� -.1     At  present only
: s division Is op<
ir
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te.
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pleade I self-rlefence in extenuation of
the killing
PRAISES  LAURIER
New York, Nov.  10.���Alfred   Syret
tempt made to conceal them served to'was arrested todav  and arraigned as
ion   hut when the chief came In dur- ��� tho.u as well     Mu),a  palnt. from St. Louis.
ng the course of the meeting, none of lnga are accidentally discovered with where he is wanted tor real estate
those present would cons der the de. ,,, l;l(.n,.. i:l lta]y ,,ud theIr restora- frauds alleged to amount to between
ot  accepting the resignation   and so tlon has become ,ul arL . :|.1M1(, aml  |g00 800<      |U. ,������,.  his
nothing note was sail about It. \    hl the convent ohurch at st< F,,in   ;i!U.;. phil080phlcaUyi 8aylng.
Steps will be taken at once to get  cls ,lt Suhiac0i an expert   lu���n   th , ,_n   lad U) be arreBted      , was
some of the prominent r.c-.i.  of   the ministry of fino arts has bee., work- working here on $50 a week,   I wasn't
city interested in the  movement and  lng 1(il. : ,..,   .-,   ��� past lu uncovering  ,,.,,.. a   week   ln   at.
me ling will probably be call- the early sixteenth century frescoes Lochs because Borne weeks 1 made
ed in the course of a few weeks, when that once adorned the first chapel to $15,000, Nes I go b icl * here l have
the society wlll be placed on a work- the rlght (lf the high aUa,. aIul   he {rlend8 and , can ,,._Pl 1( out;.
succeeded  so   well   in  his   task   that      lit- is a dapper little man who lias
"���'    rie Pencier    01 :upl   I    the  now ,lie fresC0es have been Identified been chased all over this country and
chair.   It is the first timet as ;):(. wo,-k 0( Giann a .'   nlo   B England tor  the past four years   bv
appeated in a public position not con- of vercelli, nicknamed Sudoma. private detectives.
;'.   first   painting   represents   the     He  was  arrested   in   the   subway
birth pf St. John the  Baptist, an i  11   alter living in Jamaica, L, I., tor more
is  full  of life  and   beauty,  hat   like than a year with  liis wife and   chil-
other   works of  the   master, It   ia   so
crowded    with    Incidents    that    one
drives  away  the other  and   destroys
the. general effect of the composition.
: !   v-ith the church since comin
here.
Several schemes as to the best
method of organl lng ' >>��� the work in
\'ew Westminster were discussed, hut
nothing definite was Settled, ft seem-
el to be the general opinion of those
present that the time was net ripe for x'h"llsf for instance, under the bed of
the appointment of a salaried inspec- St   ��lizabeth a small dbg is   repies-
tor here.
s division    begins at a point
rour  miles east  of Kam-
Da BS far as Norm  Bet d
la    Valley,   which
administered    from the
.   ���,.,!  tbat  Mr. Cowell
Or B  tew  davs  It Og-
.-   at mis to Kamb.' pa
con-
gambln ���
8seso< '
_u
no
���
I    cearln . on the ten :���
tton and North Band
. it Red Deer will natu-
or the  woik now to lie
n  the dry  belt.
slderahle   sum.     the     small
operators referred to heincr
*10  per   week   for  police  non-ln'c
��noe. certain women paying fr"
per  month  to  $f>  weekly,  an '   $5
week being .also   derived    from
utesseuge>r boys.
Althnugh  there is  BmaU   reason  for
disbelief of the constable's cupahllity,
eedtngs
per
lave ln~hts"possession all tiie proof to sustain cilminal proc
is rpgarded as being probably difficult Bo obtain, and hence the ending
of the incident with what is in effect
dismissal from the disgraced service
Victoria Colonist
Sir Wilfrid Eulogistically Referred to
By  Premier  McBride.
Prince Rupert, Nov. 10.���At the
close of an ad 'ress delivered by Premie- McBride at rhe Kmpress theatre,
in Prince Rupett on Wednesday night,
the he eulogisticall' referred to Sir Wilfrid Laurier m terms which evoked
the enthusiastic aoplause of the largo
audience.   H-e said in part:
"Sir Wilfrid well deserved at the
hands of British Columhla the very
best of hos^rttn'lity and the most gen-
..,j.is   possioie   :eceptkra,      lie  is a
��� ��� ' Canadian'. r.e is a mighty
statesman. We may not, as Conservatives, agree with his policy; we may
���THE    KISSING    GIRL.
Clever
Opera
dren.
Syret was held pending application!
from Missouri for his extradition.
Since leaving St. Louis he has wandered   through   Central   Ameilca,   the
Far   West   of  this   country,   England
ented  killing a  chicken,   and   a   cat and  other  territories   where  he    baa
catching a mouse. always managed to make a living audi
1 Jn the next two pictures the eccen- wear the right sort of clothes. He was
trieity of Sodoma can also be seen. In caught in San Francisco once, but got
tlie  "Marriage  of  the   VTrgin,"  there a bondsman and skipped his bail.
are   many anachronisms   and   In   the	
fresco  of the  "Cruiciflxion"  St.  Fran-  WOULD-BE GOLD THIEF
cis and St. Benedict are represented
as standing with the Virgin and M iry
Magdalen at the foot of the cross,
while the aii. els in the backgi iun I
have leathery wings like bats.
Other frescoes by Giovanni di Pie
tro, known us Lo Sjagna. have been
GRASS  BAG  OF  NICKLES
Seattle, Nov. 11���!'nder the Impression that he was Steiling a sack of
gold, a tief yesterday afternoon
gtahbed a ci nvas sack containing two
thousand nickles    f-oni    an    express
More Cholera.
a      Nine  now  cases of
0; orted in Italy   dining
oui   hours, wit 11
thi
II .illlP.I. SOCIETY ASKS
JUDGE HOWAY TO SPEAK
Ujri?
.   ut   Will    Be    First   C<��n
live  Address Before
'ortland  Society.
WOLF    CARRIES    OFF    BABY.
But   the   Screams  of   a    Little    Sister
Cause   Animal   to   Drop   Infant.
MurshflcH.   Wis..   Nov,   M_.\   large
wolf is reported to have entered the
yard   of    Herman
miles   north   of   tbis
ipicked uii the infant
cr  and   started   with  the child  for
woods
The   mother  went  to  tl e  d ior
1 1  the animal sel ted the   child, an 1
'the cries  attracted  the attention   of
her !i\t--car-old girl, who ran, sen ui
ins   after   tbo   animal,   frightening    it
Into dropping the ba"by.     The   chil I
va* carried aboul two hundred yards
and tb��> wolf's teeth barely
It
not. as Conservatives, sympathize Its mejodleg altogether wit]
with his political acts; but we carf, as ncn(,e of i;s (,ast of pnncipals. Mr.
true Canadians nevertheless admire C(., lg ,,���ve tQ the Vlll(ie of m U)WI]
the talent of this great son of Canada. in i;. appreclatlon nf good musical
���And undoubtedly-in the fourteen conledy, and has mbre'faith in the dis-
years  of  his  administration   he   has  crlmlnating   taste   nf   lhe   (.itv   than
]he lonS have  many of the eastern theatrical
Blldrein, t^o
, i 1 v last night,
bod of the farm-
^_m
and  in  the
���   1 ,,r the Oregon Hit-
,.v    to  be  held  at   Portland
nd week ol December,
.   lloway has    been se-
��� r tbe "j enlng address
.     all  over the states
he    proceedings of the
B"""'1''. .  1 great   honor
out for   Canada,   thai
11 the lirst Canadian se-
*cl( 1    t ,e   inaugural ad-
nor has se'eeted for h n
V irly Navigation of the
1 . '   and    while  dealing
��� ������ at   Vattoouver   and
'   centum will be given
of   "l'he   Washington"
'"!"' y) in  1789,   whic''    i'"'
I 1   hou 11 be purely
, 1 to the passing of the
r tralghis of J-uac ti*
c ereel  will be raised on
lip,,' nv historians t'till ad-
10 "'��� '��� <��� lor thai iu this voyag ���
tonlghl
tl ,- altar
Wl
ctl(
In 1
il'.
P.inic    In    Chi n h
Montreal. Nov, in     lie littls wooden Church nf st   Vlateur,  Outremont,
a   BUburb   of   M"t|i   ���   ||    wis   the   scene
f a panic, when :. imes caught
  estments       Tl e  onlv   e\lt
nol from the edifice, which was Riled with
an    "All    Bonis"   eongiegulion,    was
through a small door
:��� ps      A   lighted
altar cloth, setting It ..
the   parish   priest,   and
down   the   burning
congregation   did
oncluslon  of the
was seriously   injured
In the history of Canada
hlstorj of Hie mighty British empire.
io Sir Wilfrid Laurier is also per-
Bonallj due undoubtedly' the Grshd
Trunk transcontinefittsS project. We
are told com most authoritative
sources that he had many trials and
difficulties with his colleagues in the
earlj days of the Grant Trunk Pacific project, lint neVeftheleSs he
triumphed, and the transcontinental
iw being built unler an ar
rangi r which  he   must stand
Sponsor and be held tes| onsihle.
"We Tories say that he broke his
to the people; that he forgot
the Inten I of tha people of Canada
in not giving them that consideration
to which tl ey are entitled. Nevertheless, undei- our present democratic
form ol government where the majority must rule, the people have
agreed that  the Grand Trunk Pacific
i8itB��u.-i        shall be built, and under lhe policy of
down ii High! of sir Wilfrid  Laurier.
..mile  fell   on   the ' *   '
Musical Show at the
House Tonight.
The latest musical comedy success, "The Kissing Girl," direct from
its phenomenal run of neatly .50 performances at tlie Cort Theatre. Chicago, will reveal the charms of its
tuneful score, and tiie beauty of a
cast of principals and chorus said to
of great loveliness. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
It  should prove doubly welcome to discovered In St. Nicholas's church at wagon in front of the    Scandinavian-
public' of this  (ity Bcheggiano by th.e parish priest, who American bank  in   the   heart of the
found   a   document   in   the   church's business     district.     The   man    was
archives   recording   that   when   thel chased fqr several blocks, but    made
church had been whitewashed in 1720,  good his escape.
the original Mural paintings had been	
covered. The priest unaided removed
the plaster and uncovered a picture
of the Nativity with two kneeling
figures, one of whom is the painter
himself. That these frescoes, which
have not jet been entirely uncovered,
the theatre-going public of this city
because of the originality of its dialogue, and  the musician!}- quality  of
magnates.   With his partners, he   has _^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_
lavisbi l a vast sum iii producing "The are the work of Spagup Is undoubted,
Kissing Girl," and is firm in the con- lls a  'ecord has  been  found   In   the
rtction that    the   fountry   generally archives   stilting   that   in   1523    the
will  support the cUner  organisation church    was   decorate!   with    Mural
wbicli lie now presents. paintings^-by    the   "Maestio   JoannI
The    company    selected    for   "The Spagn llo."
Kissing Ctrl" is one of power, not only
SUGGEST PUBLIC MEETING
!    10 OlSCtlSS CITY SCHOOLS
scratched
In a musical sense, but in dramatic
Interpretation of lyrical works, it Is
ei 'ed by the accomi llsl e 1 Texas
Guinan, who will be featured In the
name role Supporting her will be
Harry Hcftmson, the comedian; Dick
Temple as baritone; Mr London, the
tenor, and Ida Fltzhugh, a distinguished German con edlenne. These, with
.1 chorus of handsome men and beautiful women, furnish an ensemble of
seventy people. Tlie costuming designed by Schoultz, is regared as particularly brilliant and effective.
Creeping Up.
���*���  cr      Nov.      \t ��� Ye te-d tv's
collections     for     the    Y.    M.    C,    A.
brought the Uit.al t 1 da'" t 1 %"��� '."l..
a little over ffcs.OOO   being    colic 1. ,1
day.
Inspector Gcrdon   Willing to Cive an
1
Address���Eusiness   Is   Light at
School Board Meeting.
..1,'. ,-    Father
Charbbnneau
the   acolytes   tore
vestment,   but   the
not  wail  for
vice.     No one
*^L^m
mm,
ir. ���
"   1
mu,
he
coast   "Tho  Wash
llj traversed the straits
���' embeied   that F, 13.
\nl apart from this, as a duty
ow6d to the first citizen of the Do-
,,,|���i(���, of Canada from the people of
,i���. city of Prince Rupert, for whom
l,e hns done and Is ahle to do so much.
WBa the magnificent reception tender-
, ,1 to him more than due. And 1 say
  as ;, fellow citizen, as a British Coin the stampede. Inmhian    I   most  heartily  join  in  the
._ . commendations won on that occasion
bv  prince  uui en  by the   Canadian-
���-. ,    rETS  DOLL  ON ]ikl,   ,,,,,;���   her   people   showed   their
DOLL  GETSA^NG   ^   W|NNIPEG   VM        ^   (    ^   and   oml���0    an���
 - th'e(r respect for sir Wilfrid Laurier."
Nov. l0.-Fred    W.    Pg��.
^^^ Ircles,
^^^^s^pfBir, I
and
FAILING ALL OTHERS
COLTS WILL BE VICTIMS
The Uovers have not been successful in arranging an out of town practice match for Saturday and su 11 ey
will he forced to fall hack on Coldi-
ctttt's Colts for a game.
The Colts team has not heen chosen
yet, but ns It only takes them about
ten minutes to pick a team and get in
a couple of weeks practice, tl ere is no
i|tiestlon but that a strong line-up w!'.l
meet the Rovers on Saturday.
Tlie absence from the city of T. J.
Trapp and John Pei k prevented theie
attendance al a u setlng of tbe school
board yesterday evening, only Trustees Qreen, Thornber and Loree putting in an appearance, Tha about.t o,
business transacted was light.
II. M. McMillan, acting principal of
the.High scliool, reported that tbe institution had recently been visited '��>'
Inspector   Cordon,   who   had   found
everything  satisfactory,    The    inspi- ���
tor had suggested that a public meet-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^llng be called for the purpine   of discussing scliool questions,   offering vu
To Consider S. A. Immigration.      ' give an addiess 0:1  matters of public-
Victoria, N'ov. 11.���A    special meet-,  interest connected with  the teaching;
lng of the provincial executive^wlll be of the young.
held on Monday, when Attorney Gen-'    The suggestion found favor with tho
Bank Swindler Arrested.
New Orleans, Nov, 11,���Charles P,
Converse, charged with swindling the
First National bank, of Oregon, out of
$20,000 by it cans of worthless
ehe'ii'i.:, was ar:e;ted here yeste. day
t'\ oning.
eral Bowser will present the recom-.
meiidatioiis submitted by Cotnmlssioii-
er Coombs, of th.e Salvation Army,
with reference to the i nn Igratl in of
ish Columbia. It is probable special
be .legislation affecting this soke lie
will be introduced when the house
meets In January.
tm.,"."'    '   ���|"nt of the Oiegon JHs-
��th to
Bride 1
nt the
wai ti gue-^t  of Judge
unveiling of Ihe mono-
���Ji"n Prase* by Premier Mo-
8*111 ber 80, L908, when the
. lt|nV",'    ' ""red  a I mg an I  Inter-
K 'is'nilcal
J53SSI  in  local sporting c
*****   ,,,"y",,,���.oSemt;;ember|
club, is leav-,
vveok for Wlnni,-,.    He latb  ��
manager fot the
compnny. and
tt
f?r*"' t
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address on the ills
r
years ago. aim a i
;,,- the Toronto Row'n8
Ing this
l���. western
Cvcle   and   Motor
lu t,,e    TR.C.    was
doll wll
dont^^^
Dusky Sam Wins.
Jopllh, Mo., Nov. 10.���Sum Langford
won over Jeff Clarke, of Joplln ln the
second  round ln what was    to    have
been a ten round bout here   tonight.
1 isl
' "��� Columbia
niebt   nt
with a baby
Inside.    i'>'''*
Lewis Mid executivi   prew   ^ rrlendg    v ,0,
7 B���ccess In    hie   new
,*������������ 'J" e Minn    ,,f    Lewis nnd  eifocunve v*���
'   -  i .urnovlti. s ,f Sin on   elling   bag,     '<
- his discovery of the Mr. Doll everj
e Praser In ISOR I western field,
Badminton.
The N'ew  Westminster    Badminton
���l. beld its unrtuul meeting   yester-
,.���.,,,,.  dav   Van O.    nruco   Corbould   was
ti e games taking pluce at
tho Drill hall. Anyone wishing toj
join the fl'''1 ''' Invited to make appli-
cation to tie cecretary. Membership
1 , . -, r0r 1 e it'e ren are $3.t>0, while
,,,11,,,., a,c rs ossed f2. An Interest-
,.,,.      1, imes Is being arrnnied.
presented I'l'^1"" nre
in  k"'<' S:,"^::!;;:,1
Mul iueen
was all hut out.
Detroit Wins.
Havana, Nov. 10.���The Detroit baseball team won the   first   game   here
from t lie Havana team, 10 to 2.
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* NO SETTLEMENT.
New York, Nov. 10.���At a
meeting of the striking e-press
company employes tonight, al'
the speakers advised against
accepting the terms drawn up
at the mayor's office this afternoon. Indications are that tl 0
proposed settlement will bo rejected.
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members of tlte school hoard art} it.
wiis decided to call a meeting as soon
as arrangements can he ma.'.o.
.1. K. llaverstock, ic 1 'her of (1 a
Fourth division of the High Bchool,
reported thai lar| or and better desk*
were needed for his room.'
Secretary Lennle reported that Wi 1-
latn Crawford. M. A., has rerltnel
fiom tbe High school leac'iir. staff
staff and had been tiucce'.uled by Mi _
Budge.     . ,   .
Another meeting of Ihe board wlll
he held In about two weeks' time.
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Election Writ i:sued.
Victoria, Nov. 11.���Speaker KberO.
yesterday afternoon If sued a wr't Tar
the Yale e'ection, tendered nocestary-
becattse of Premier McBtldo's real:;
���nation of the seat for that onsH'.f-
ency. The dates of nomlnritli . 1 nd
tolling will be made known by the.
end of this week. 1
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  NOVEMBER1 it
Phone 646
P. 0. Box 431
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lanager
New Westminf,
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b���n���Wjg
Consonant with the successful issue and subscription of $200,000.00 of shares, the
flattering returns, attendant upon the inauguration of our banking department and
the increased demand for investments in realty, we are prepared to accept Savings
Deposits, Purchase Agreements for Sale, Write Insurance, Extend Loans
and cover all lines of a Trust or Fiduciary nature.
Inquiry will readily demonstrate that we have exceptional opportunities for the investment of funds, that offer an element of security and profit second j to none. In
keeping with the augmented responsibilities and the increased business of the various lines, we have placed each department under separate management in the hands
of specialists thoroughly conversant with their respective branches.,
FINANCIAL
FIRST ALLOTMENT OF - - $100,000.00.   SOLD
SECOND ALLOTMENT OF       -'-..-' $100,000.00.   SOLD
A Third Allotment of $100,000.00 Open for Subscription at $100.00 Per Share
For further particulars consult our Financial Agent, Mr. Edward St. Albans.
BANKING   DEPARTMENT
4 PerCent. Interest on Deposits
Although this department was only inaugurated August 31st last it has shown exceptional growth and the
deposits here far exceed our most sanguine expectations, as not only our shareholders, but clients whom we
have not had the previous pleasure of knowing, have opened accounts with us, and this department is now
on a paying basis.
We take pleasure in informing our patrons that this department is in the hands of Mr. G. W. N. Boulton, a
man who has had a great many years banking experience and is well known  for his conservative methods.
INSURANCE
This department is in charge of W. F. Edmonds, who haa en
enviable record as an insurance man. Since taking charge of the
department the business has shown considerable increase and ia
now on a most satisfactory basis. We write all kinds of insurance, including Fire, Life, Accident. Burglary, Automobile, etc.,
and the companies with whom we are associated are of the high,
est standing, giving the best rates, and famous for their prompt
settlement of claims. Before insuring elsewhere, consult our Mr.
Edmonds who will gladly give you full Particulars on any kind of
insurance business.
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REAL ESTATE
This department, since taken over by Mr. T. H. McCormick, three
months ago, has proved itself to be a highly profitable adjunat to
the Trust Company's business. Mr. McCormick has for assistants, J. R. Duncan and R. H. Corbett, who are thoroughly conversant with local conditions, and which places the department in
a position to handle a very extensive business. Port Mann and
City Property are our specialties, and having large lists, we ire
prepared to take care of both the investor and the home-seeker.
We invite intending purchasers to call at our offices and investigate our property lists.
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The People's Trust Company.
Limited.
451 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.
.rm.mmm.m.. ���-���, (Tfl lP*Y
MOVENWER  11, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS,
PAGE THU EE.
manmuiwii .���iiMmimnju.ugna
OF
cj^crucjgjr ��� i u,. iii!M-iuipra��Tg
We are again emerging our business. More capital has been added and we are taking over the adjoining
store. Extensive alterations are to be made, but to enable us to do so we must clear out the greater part of
our stock. We are having an extensive sale, reducing everything to the limit. The goods are marked low
any time, but we are making it worth your while to purchase NOW. We must have room for alterations���
the goods must go. We have endeavored to itemize below a few of the many bargains that will be going,
but we would like you to bear in mind that EVERYTHING is reduced, not merely the cheap goods but the
best also. This sale provides an opportunity of buying some real good furniture away down cheap. THIS
SALE IS THOROUGHLY GENUINE.
VERYTHIN
\9  ^a\W
Five only
Roll Top
Desks
Exactly as
cut, to clear
$?,7.50
Flat Top Desks of all descriptions reduced.
AH Parlor Suites Reduced.
We have tome exceptionally fine Suite* up
to $125 a Suite.
1
A Car Load of Beds
Must Be Cleared.
Evry Bed-spring and Mattress reduced. We are selling a strong Iron
Bed with Spring and Mattress Complete for $8.90.
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SPtiENDID STRONG
ROCKER FOR
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Every Easy Chair in  the  Store
REDUCED
All Rockers  Reduced    I    What more can we say ?    It's Up to   You   New.
GREAT   BARGAINS    IN    SQUARES
Reversible Wool Rugs Seamless Parlor Rugs
2 1-2x3 yards.
3 x 3 yards....
t k 3 1-2 yards ���
3 x 4 yards	
;,�� 1-2x4 yards	
31.2x4 1-2 yards.
$4.85
5;85
.  6.65
.7.50
.   8.75
.10.00
British Tapestry Rugs
x3
-2 x 3 yards	
yards	
: 3 1-2'yards	
I yards	
���"> 1-2 x 4 yards	
3 1-2x4 1-2 yards.
$5.85
7.00
7.90
8.75
10.50
10.50
3x3 yards *JJ.22
3x3 1-2 yards   ****
3x4 yards  Jf;7a
3 1-2x4 yards    lfi3{J
SNAPS
Linoleum, 12 ft. wide, per square yd 47c.
Window Shades, complete 35c.
Outside Door Mats, each 2��c*
Flannelette Sheets, full size, per pair $1.25
Japanese Matting, by the roll, 4 yds   4.20
Lace Curtains, per pair 35c-
Stair Oilcloth, per yard -If?-
Chest of 3 drawers $".50
Stronc-Couch  *���
Comforters, full size   �������?
Eiderdown Comforters   6-75
Wool Blankets
We are offering the greatest
Blanket you ever saw for $5.90
Nice long soft nap, cut single,
edges hemmed, size 68 x 82
Bedroom Dresser and
Stand
Dresser has three deep drawers,
British plate mirror; stand has
drawer and double cupboard
Price        -       -      -        $10.50
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43-45-47 Sixth Street, New Westminster, B. C. fi*,'
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEV/S.
FRIDAY,  NOVEMBER **   19
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The Daily News
ffHWffhfd by Tbe Dally News Puhlls!)
���tu* Company, Limited, at tbelr ot!ices I
Corner   of     McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
rt* A.  Paige Managing  Director
<^ioV^ a. er> 4
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1310.
LEES LIMITED
THE  MUNICIPAL  ELECTION.
The decision ol  the    'trades    and
Labor Council to call a publh meet-
lag of all workers, b th organized anl
unorganized, for the purpose of choosing a candidate for the forthcoming
municipal election, is a wife one. The
\,i ;dom of thi   <'    I ion  lies  in  the
re :ogni i in of the fa t that it is "" :e -
sar.v  io secure the besi  men anon,;
the wage earners oi  the citj  a- th
j i sslble  repn  enl  tive  of  this      i  -
tlon of tho (   :: munlty.    i;  i ��� i: it at
sal)  impi    mble    th. I    s ich    will  be
n und In i  ������ rani s of t: e ui    gai
. v. rl.t-:.--.    Th(   de i-i m is also grati-
}.!.������ as an indi ation t! at thi   members of the Tra les an i Labor Counc'1
5��:e not  actuated    entirely by selfish
5considerations in  deciding  to put  a
candidate forward.
It is evident that thc labor men are
.���serious in tlieir desire ta have a rep-
Jresentitive   on    the   council.    As a
means of secu'ing this privilege they
l^.te succee;le.l  in  placing up in  tho
liooscholders list two    hundred    an.l
t-ig!;t-six additional names of working
men.   This of coarse means a tleci.'el
strength at the poll.    There is every
yea-son why the working men of the
city -should    have    a    representative
upon  th.e council.    As  woi leers they
���are  concerned, in  a greater  or !e;s
���degree, in very much of tlie business
-which  cones before that body.    The
presence of a:i Intelligent anj practical artisan should certainly be help-'
l ii to the council, particularly In ccn-
m :e:-tion  with  the  awarding    of contracts and the carrying out of stree*.
;.mi\   ether   works   ancl   improvement;.
Ti.e' action o:' the Trades anl Labor Council may be regarded as tlie
evening move ia tie coming munici-
-j-a! campaign.   If rumor is to he relied  a; ot  we are likely    to    hive a
apretty exciting tine between now and
the day of election.   As yet oni..- the
-name ol Mr. Peter Peebles has been
Jt��en put forwar.1 definitely, but tbere
the said to be several other    candidates ready  to come forward.    There
i3 a  ic-fl^ral feeling abroad of dissat-
'isfar-tian with the way in wliich the
municipal affairs of the city have been
conducted during the past year, and
^an attempt is   likely   to be made to
secure tbe infusion of some new and
Tr.ore vigorous blood into the council.
Notwithstanding their failure to ob-,
tain representation at the last election '
residents' in the Sapperton district are
.preparing to put a strong candidate!
in the field.   There is a pretty general
Vomrlaint that this    part of the city
l)as heen neglected and the ratepaye-s
of the   district   feel   that Its growing I
I
importance entitles    them    to    some j
more  particular voice in    adminlstra-1
��� ���^ive affairs.
We respectfully draw your attention to the biggest Money-saving event in House Furnishings ever
offered to the public in New Westminster.
See our full page advertisement, page 6.
LEES LIMITED
CUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA    MOUSE!
HECTOR   McCAIG.   Manager. '''���
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Jchn  C.  Slocum   Presents
THC    NEW   VIENNESE   COMIC   OPERA   SUCCESS,
Direct   from   25C   Nights   at   Cort   Theatre,  Chicago.
Do You Want a Home?
r7*ef*ra*lBa___SV*i^F!^^ '���" ���'���'~****~**���*^^rF??jL2
Or a Gilt Edge, Thoroughly Secured
Investment Backed by One of the
Strongest Financial Institutions in
Vancouver ?
THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what ox-
perts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
building ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout the province as honest and conservative operators with long records of succesi e and
untarnished reputations back of them.
WITH AN ALL STAR CAST AND ENSEMBLE OF 70,
"Bi Igh tly
Staged and  Blithely pe: formed.
-Chicago Inter-Ocean.
'Brlmfull cf Amusing Dialogue and Clever Situations."
���Chicago Tribune.
'Hasn't a Risque Line or Suggestive Situation."
���Chicago American..
Till: CHORUS A SEMINARY ot female loveliness.
BIG  AUGMENTED  ORCHESTRA    f/__W_ffl___
PRICES���$1:50, $1.00, 75c and 50c���Same as Vancouver.
SEAT SALE���Wednesday, November 9, at McKenzle's Pharmacy.
MAIL ORDERS NOW BEING TAKEN
TRADE CONFERENCE AT
OTTAWA (MS TO AN TND
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
No Conclusion   Reached,   but Way Is
Paved  for  Future    Negotiations
at Washington.
Ottawa. Ont., Nov. in.���At the conclusion of this afternoon's meeting of
the Canadian and American trade ie>
resentatives, the following statement
���was given out by VV. S. Tie!ding, finance minister: ���
"Th.e conference between the representatives of the l'nited States end
Canada on the subject of Improved
trade relations terminated today. The
conference began on Saturday, November 5, and was continued on Monday, Tuesday and TflUTBM.. The
whole session was of the most frank
and friendly nature.
"While no conclusion was reached,
the ground waa cleared for a further
conference which wlll . Ite. bejd in
Washington probably early la January.
Application for the position of City
Treasurer will be received by the undersigned  up  to ��� Monday,    the  28th
inst., at 5 p. m.
Applicants to state salary required.
W.  A  DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
City  Hall, November 8th, 1910.
'COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  ^
Take Notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouvei', B. C, occupation,
real estate dealer, intend to apply to.
rermission to lease 500 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's inlet, thence north 100
cliains, thence west 50 chains, tlience
soutli 100 chains, thence east 60
chains to post of commencement. Purpose for which it ii required, Quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dat��*l September '.'Hth. l!U0
We Build You a Home of A.*?y Size, in Anv LocationTju May
'     ��� i.    ���  - ,, __���"   ss .            ** **
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home without Mymg
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-
TRICT.
CITY   VOTERS"   LIST.
MILD    LIQUID   CURES   ECZEMA
Skin
Tin
Prest
villi
of a<
Wi
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i ike
you
you
rome
Sufferers!   Drop    Greasy    Silve3
and   Nasty   Medicines.
it ii ild. soothing liquid, D, D, '���>.
irifction,   slops   the   awful    litch
the   first   droj 8.     A   pi (     I iptlon
Itnowledgetl  value.
Ite  for a  ii lal   bottle  to lay  to
)  li. D. Laboratories, Dept. N. M .
olborne Street, Toronto,    It will
away  the Itch  right away antl
v, ill   tli ep  so undly.    Wo  issue
personally of the merits of this
dy;  for we KNOW.
F. .). MACKENZIE, Druggist.
Notice ls hereby given-(that the
Voters' List for the year 1910 has
been completed and that tb. same
may be seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added to
tlie said Voters' List, or any elector
who shall desire io ha*e any name
erased theiefrom, mnst prefer his or
her request in writing, signed with his
or her name, and shall deliver or
cause same to be delivered to-the City
Clerk within the time herelm before
specif! od.
W.  A   DT'NCAN,
City  Clerk.
City Clerk's Offlce. New Westminster, IS. C, October 15, 1010.
NOTIQE.
District of New Westminster.
TAKE notice that I. William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, n. C, occupation
real estate dealer, intend to 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
38769. Texada Island, thence west
eighty chains, thence south eighty
chains, thence east eighty chains,
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM  ItORERT DICK,
Vancouver, B. C, September fi, 1910.
On and after October 1, 1910, we,
the undersigned, will sell coal for
( as'i only, either with the order or on
delivery.
GILLEY  PUD. .. DTD.
JOSEPH MATERS,
JJKLYKA  &  CO.
Now Westminster. Sept. 21.
Try a "Want" ad in  The News   It
Will bring results. **
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 tl.e
bead of Billings bay, nnd about 40
chain- easterly from the southeast
come" of timber lot number 37341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east
-If) chains, tlience soutl -10 cliains.
ihence wept -lo chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND   BAGGS.
Dated August 2i). 1910.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS, Secretary. THOMAS  TAYLOR, Manager
KELLINGTON   BROTHERS,  Genera! Agents,  New Westminster.
The Stock books are how open at the offlce of Kellington Bros, for the ��ale
of 30,000 shares, which have been allotted to New Westminster.
The Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.   Telephone No. 7846
KELLINGTON  BROS.,  General Agents,  New Westminster.
Telephone No. GBO
COAST  LAND  DISTRICT  RANGE  2.
Take notice thut I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted at the east side of the
extreme head of the north arm of
Dralney's inlet, thence east 40 cliains,
thence south 60 chains, tlience west
40 chains, thence north Mi chains to
post of commencement. Purpose for
which lt is required, quarrying,
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
NOTICE.
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are daily opening up new Kooda and are showing the
line of WATCHES. JEWELRY,etc., ever .sW���lt<Ml J, J^J
ster.
Now I, the time to choose that article for an Xmas present.
We will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call  and examine our Stock now, when it Is complete.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longlne Watches.
largest
out Uli II-
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Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
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Try a Wanl  Ad. in the News.     It
will  hi ing results.
Notice la hereby given that The
Fraser River Tannery. Limited, a bddy
corporate, Incorporated under the
"Hritish Columhla Companies Act,
1897, and Amending Acts," carrying
on husiness In the District Of New
Wflfetmlnjiter and Province of British
(Joi'atnoia, having applied to Ills I-*-
cellency, the Governor General In
Council for the approval of a certain
site for the construction of wharves
on the southerly shore of the
Kraser river, situate cm the
foreshore    of    blocks    "A," "ii,"    and
"C." being portions of lots seven iT)
and < Ight (8), .roup two (2) In the
district of New Wes:minster and province of Hi ltish Columbia, have de-
posited with the Honorable the Minister of Public- Works at Ottawa, plans
of said wharves which they propose
to ((instruct, together with a description of the full site thereof described
by metes and bounds, and have nls.
deposited  a  duplicate  of each  in   the
oiiicc of the registrar of deeds for
the District of New Westminster, i'i
which district tbe said works aro proposed to be constructed, In accordance
with the requirements of section 7 oi
��� lie "Navigable Waters Protection
Act," chapter lir, of the !!'" ]���''''
Statutes of Canada, 1908.
WHITESIDE ����� EDMONDS,
Solicitors for  Fiaser River Tannery,
Limited.
Dated at the City of New Westminster  this L'7!h dov'of October.  L91P
tay        Fine apartment  house s'te close ",o
=5     husiness  dis!; i-I,  $2,600;     $000  cash,
balance  over  2  years.
We have some of the choicest lot,
in the West. Knd industrial disttict.
These will advance rapidly in value
from now oa,   Easy terms arranged.
If you think of building a house or
a'* business block consult our extensive list of unimproved property in
the city and district.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TO LEASE���Emit and Confectionery Store, bake oven on premises,
good location, on Columbia stieet,
good brening' for man of small means.
We have some choice residential
sites In the now cement walk district
at  very  reasonable  prices and terms.
Modern R room house close in, on
large lot. with best heating and
plumbing;   .4,'iOO.    Good terms.
,1
ii iiiiiii ������im FR
IDAY
NOVEMBER 11, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTS
THE BASEBALL DIAMOND
[lWi. al Game Claimed Ten
victilM During Past Season, Chiefly Amateurs
;i fly  hall and died a  lew hours latei
on  April   11,    Rudolph    Ruhling,
years  old, ni New   York,  was  struck
on lhe Bide ui' tlie
ball, went home, and
Inter.    ^^^^^
Tin- paj ers nl the next    day
contained accounts of two other
[ties,    Frank  liurns, a student, of the
Rensselaer
h    Ruhling,   17
Vork,   was
he.cl   li;.   :i   pitched
died a lew hours
also
fatal
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANT 1. b~\    GUtL     W IT H
knowledge of   bookkeeping
itoI.ens, Electric Co.
and Clarkson.
SOME
Apply
comer 4th st.
Special For
10.-
v-.v Vork, n.a
were ai least  ten    fata
The Sun says:
acci-
         ���   ..'.tr.     UUIUD,    ,1    DLUUCUl.    III    HU'      -	
Rensselaer  Polytechnic  Institute,died WANTED���ALL kinds   ok   skins v| i\
as the result of being hit on the tem- tanned, lined and mounted. Satlsfac- I I* __���/-_ r\ I Br>�� *****
.le -by a pitched  ball.      Ile    was    111 timed  guaranteed.     D.   S.   Connoi 1111111 I l*ll/V
years   old,  and   a   pron.ising    student '.-I  Fourth St.    Phone It.'^T. _  113   *Y\ 1 f ll �� *\
and athlete.   There was a fracture at   ������ '-  ��� ��������� \J\J l/M!^
the base of the skull and a Mod clot. WANTED���BY   AN     EXPERIENCED                                                          *
I Only|
 ^^ ire at
and a blod clol
of Freeburg, 111,
struck   over   thi
,    dl  In  the
ITlieie."\  ,���i ,ii  in  the    season    of
dents
��� an ^^^^^
>'<mm********wnm*.
Statisticians yearly  compile
I a lon    Us
I of other Injuries,
her of which were
-i
W"":, football    Injuries,  fatal    and
aore    baseball.     In
Other*1 number  of   persons   who
vi'*,1    , ,;, and the length of   the
p">: ired I ��tball aool-
I are small   in num-
 tball; thai  ts,   o
was,     This    year's
,,.. produced much less
��o dden1 and injury.
re are    enough    acci-
,,, prove thai   it   Is
that ii is a game of
aVe tu say that  numer-
���     '��� baseball an- nol
. ,, i thai all the Injuries
er.wise of   football   are
,. inteni of this article
��"'   .       ���.. a casuality parallel be-
L I and  football.      It    is
L . chronicalllng of facts, a recital
il accidents   bo tar   as
nder notice of the most
t',- ! , .       . '
mpoar and  icientific ol games.
The deatl S I f the season    of    1910
w, thiel     moOg players not. of the
],, ui   wbo had drilled In the
��� the name and who have
-      ne csreful   physical    prepara-
; eldenttf are rare on pro-
ii lan uiiils.  but    there  is no
���..,.       tresFing accidents to expert
Swiftly    batted    ball    and
tlmi'i'ii balls,  collisions,   quick   sharp
tovttnentl   such   as   sliding,     sudden'
and vehement output of energy, these
Cgure in the accidents. ,   The    acc;-
jjuti   ��� of considerable variety, but
ltfce i.i.-t Beason was   noticeably    free
mm Injuries caused by spiking.
I ���   ibjoined list is by no means al
(���������.���,*��� compilation  of the season's
r.. N'o attempt at record keep-
:-..     . earch was made.   It is mere-1
ilatii n of the accidents that
I Bee undi    the writer's observation,
iflicient to show that the nation
���tl nrr.p i laims Its victims.
In March In Klttanlng, Pa.. Roy
���i.i.' a [dtcher 18 years old, wus
bit c-er i1" heart by a line drive and
Imped di id The same month in
Mill Pa-, -'allies C. Allen. 14
D .     :   was struck on the head by
the base of the skul
William Schmitt, 28,
was killed bj being
heart  bj   a  pitched ball.
Frank Breitwelser, 18, of New York,
was killed by a batted ball which
struck him In the temple. He was
dead when the ambulance an Ived,
Another New York boy killed v. as
Harry Becker, of the Townsend Karris High school. A scrub ;ame wus
on and young Keeker wus bit in the
stomach by a liner,   He plcke I up rue
hull,   Knew   the   battel'   out,   but      sue-
cumbe I a short time later and died.
Charles Moran, a catcher of L-j
Porte, Ind , wus struck by a bat and
de ith re nlted while surgeons were
operating on him.   Texas furnished a
\ ietim  In  Aloazo    Ci on pton     ������������	
deatl; was brought about by being hit
bj u foul ball, On July 23 there ap-
I eare I the following de ; at :. from
Philadelphia: "A double pi iy which
retli ed I he op] o Ing . Ide and w ��� n the
n e for bis team cosi tl e life t f
Albert Stevenson, a youthful balli-lay-
er w ho lived in Cum len. He died In
the Copper Hospital today of blood
poisoning utter he walked to the Institution for ti. atn ent." A bounding ball hit a pebble, struck his knee
and bruised It. He continued pi tying
i for a week, then went to the hospil il.
i From Montclalr, N.J., In July there
came the following despatch; "Baseball lias claimed its t.,-;rfl   victim   in
(MontcUdV'tbls year    R- D- Edwards.
WANTED���BY   AN     EXPERIENCED
dressmaker, sewing by the day. Ad-1
'Iii   a  Box  K., Daily News Office,
FIRST CLASS STENOGRAPHER,
competent bookkeeper (male), de-
Blres employment, General commercial, real estate, and legal ex-
i erience,    Box .\h, this otlice.
WANTED���FIVE TONS OF CIDER
apples. Suite price, Apply Acme
Soda Water and Bottling Works,
Sapperton.
WANTKD  TO   RENT���MODERN  SIX'
or seven  roomed  bouse,    close Inl
or near cur line.   If s itlsfact iry after occupation will buy.   W. K. Tate,
opt iei ui   box 933, city,
WANTED���BY A YOUNG SCOTCH-
man a i osltion on a i anch. Apply
Box   10   Daily   New.,   Office.
WANTED   -By  RELIABLE AXD   EN-'
ei gettc i ";ii "       ��� :-   anv do-
Bltlon of trust or responsibility.
Bookki ej Ing and at c ��� .one-. Bpe-
cl ! quallflcati m Addn - B >x G
this office.
WANTED���TO  BUY   FROM   OWNER
6 or 6 loom house within S blocks
of Catholic church; i tate price. Address A. K. W.. The Daily News,
r-mri^.��'. >|i'y.(,i^p^,,iiii,i/i#.w,-iw^
WANTKD���A CHILDREN'S NURSE
for four months, Apply Mrs. Dr.
Jones, 48 Roy.', avenue.
an
. "hoc
officer of the Mapleside s..
'big place, is dead as tlie result ��*'
an ai "hjent which occured in a base-
hull game pn Indeperdence Day. Edwards was standing close to the plate
wlien one of his teammates knocked
out a home run. As the batter started for first he threw his bat behind
and struck Edwards on the head
Death was due to cerefW&l inflammation."
WANTKD- SMALL RANCH. IM
proved, with buildings, ln the vicinity" ��^ ^'-'w   Westminster.     Full
particular* to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hashes "treet east.
SMITH'S  Celebrated
CATSUP
Second to None.     Once
Used, Always Used.
20c
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000  Horsepower���320 Feet Long���W/z Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VICTORIA and   SBATTLE,2:00 p. m, Saturdays.
PRINCE  RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays.
STEWART and QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS���S. S. Prince
Albert leaves Prime Rupert on arrival of S. S. Prince Rupert for
Stewart, and for Queen Charlotee City, Pacoli and Moresby Island
ports at 10:00 p. m. Thursdays; and for Port Simpson, Kincolith and
Masset. at 10:Oil p. m. Mondays.days.
Solid     vestibule     trains     of  coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago,   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   Niagara   Falls,   New  York,  Toronto,   Montreal,  Portland,  Boston, etc.    Longest douole track railway
under  one   management  on   the American  continent.
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger und Ticket Agent. Commercial  Agent.
Telephone  7100.    527  Granville Street,   Vancouver.    Telephone  3060.
GENERAL   AGENCY,   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
Per Bottle.
E. N. Sutherland H. V. Ardagh
JPartnei^
Sutherland & Ardagh
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agts.
Stocks  bought an.l  sold  on  the Vancouver and Eastern Exchanges.
Port Mann Specialists
Rooms   10  and   11,  Guichon   Blok, New Westminster.
Over  Annandale's Store.
SKIN  SUFFERER  SAYS
IF I  HAD ONLY KNOWN
.rl
condition,
.US Front
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
"If I  Bad  only known how rjuirv'iy '
Eczema    can    be  cured,    what     loLV '
years of awful suffering it would haw
Baved me," writes P. A. Will, of 2506
Washington street, San Francisco1,
This, after forty years of suflerlhg'
and   after  usin.    less   than   une  hot. fl
of the Oil of Wlntergreen-Thymol f>-
D,   D,   Prescription.
Try at least a trial bottle. Write
tor it today to the D. D. D. Laboratories, Dept. N. M . 49 Colli orne street,
Toronto To our certain knowledge.
|D. D. D. Prescription always gives instant relief���absolute relief inside of
t<-n seconds !
FOR   SALE.
FOR    SALE���CHANCE    FOR    PORT!
Mann workmen:    comfortable, neat |
scow house, in very good
three rooms, etc.    Apply
street, City.
FOR  SALE���ON   EASY  TERMS, SIX II
roomed house and two lots'    close ,|
to tram.   Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Rox 2~M, City.
FOR SALK���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE, jl
nently new, electric light, half min-!
ute to car. Price $1500, casli $300 i
balance $20 per month. Box W, S..'.
Daily News.
y0R SALE OR REST BY OWNER,
seven rwm modern house on Fomth
street. Apply on X**���**** r"r **��
ticulars or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
C. k Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
FRED DAVIS
The Man Who Saves You Money"
Never has any Special Sales; has. nothing to
Unload, and dare not Advertise P���es,>eause
the others copy them and put the loss on other
goods.
If Furniture Houses with Special Sales on five
10-15-20 per cent, discount   any .*b* ��*
know that somebody is going to pay for it.
FRED   DAVIS  sells on a Small. Common
more becib, seuai * Westminster
other Furniture Houses in in��w
put together.
Special  Prices for ^day and Saturday
On Every Article In the Store
FOR SALE-AT YIDAL3 WAKE-
House, case of beautiful stuffed
birds, $250. 	
COUNTERS FOR SALE AT VIDAL'S
warehouse, 15 and 20 feet long, solid
:i foot toi>���must be sold. Make us
an offer.
00(H) SECOND-HAND SEWING MA-
chlne. One $15, two at $20, one
$25. one drophead Wheeler and
Wilson. $30. J. H. Todd's Music
House. 419 Columbia st.
FOR SALE
Forty Acres of choice land near Port Haney,
nearly all cleared.   On main wagon read, convenient to C. P. R. and river.   Line of proposed tramway runs through property.   Soil is excellent and
cannot be surpassed for fruit raising.
Price $4500 for a Few Days Only
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie  Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner A. nes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED UED ROOMS TO RENT.
*polT 71�� Tr#w   .tr��x����
HOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
. entlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Hand, to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
���treat
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply    UDitalrs Trapp   block,   corner
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms, 703 Third avenue. Apply
after fi p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
6 p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
atr o*t
Contractors and
House Builders
Wc liave a full   line   of  tlie   Best
Builders' Hardware in tkis City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   wc   can   save   you
moiwsy.    Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
u
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
"The
*Ss Front Street
Who Saves You Money"
_n- New Westminster
Phone 707
r,OST���ON SATURDAY. A CHEQUE
for $13.50 cn Royal Bank of Canada. Kindly leave Bame al B63 Co-
lumbia street west and receive reward.	
LOST-FOUNTAIN PEN, MOORE'S
non-leakable���two plain gold bands.
Finder please return to News cr-
tlce.
FOUND.
1EKSEY       COW. ||
FOUND���HLACK     ^^^^^^
young.   Can ho had at A. Janioni
Annleville.    Expenses to he paid.
R.T. PRINCE
EXPERT ACCOUNT AND AUDITOR.
Agent lor the Hall Safe Co. Ofllce,
room B, Market Block, opposite City
Hall.    Phone LB78.
NOTICE.
NOTICE TO REAL ESTATE
AGENTS���My property facln. on
the Yale and Town Lino ronda, nineteen (19) acres, has been withdrawn from the market.
S. O. PAULSEN.
Insurance
of All Kinds
I write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.
Strongest Companies
Lowest Rates Best Security
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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III
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ���_
I
1000 Yards or Floor
Oilcloth at 2Ic Yard
LEES LIMITED
65c Window Shad
Cut to 35c
es
of First Quality FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS,  SHADES
and thousands of items too numerous to specify here   -
FOR   30   DAYS
and for Cash with Order at the Prices Named
[-*':���
fr."% '
u
%
B
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I
I
UNLOADING
PRICES ON
Carpets, Rugs
and Linoleums
I
UNLOADING
PRICES ON
Dressers, Stands, Beds,
Bedding, Lace Curtains
and Draperies
UNLOADING
PRICES ON
Dining Tables, Chairs
Buffets, Sideboards
and China Closets
UNLOADING
PRICES ON
Parlor Suites, Den Outfits Easy Chairs, Writing Desks and Centre
Tables
This entire stock gets a cut in prices.    We want to unload more than half during the coming thirty days
Phone 73
716-718 Columbia St.
"Wc Furnish Your Home Complete"
T. GIFFO
THE JEWELLER
Trapp Block, Columbia St.,
New Westminster, B. C.
Is forced to remove from the present premises and
is offering his entire stock at a Great Reduction.
Don't miss this opportunity, it means dollars to YOU.
Regular $1.25 Alarm Clocks 50c
Regular $1-00  to  $..50  Brooches, ,25c
Collar Pins and Lace Mns, regular
Jl.nii io J1.50 pair. Sale pi Ice.
pair    25c
Hai Pins, regular $2.50 to $3.50, Sale
in Ice   $1.00
Hat Pins, regular 60c to $1.50. sale
price  i while they last)  two tor.25c
Our  regular  $1.50  watch. 'Sale  price
Our regular $2.50 watch. Sale pi ice
 $1.25
Our Ladles' Special $18.00 Coll Filled
watch, wilh 25 years' guaranteed
case, fitted with Waltham or Elgin
movement.    Sale price $12.50
DIAMOND RINGS
Our five stone Diamond ring, regular
$100.00.    Sale  price $72.00
Regular $05.(IO Hlue White Wesselton
Diamonds.     Sale  price    $15.00
Regular $29.00 Hlue White Wesselton
Diamonds.    Sale price   $19.00
Regular $46i00 Blue White Wesselton
Diamonds.    Sale price    $33.00
Regular $18.00 Blue White Wesselton
Diamonds.     Sale  price    $12.50
This Range
Pays
WATCH  OUR   WINDOWS
.(
That
seems    a
bo'd claim,
but   figure   it
oat.   The Ccon-
rrVr ruff*: 20
of VOU r f:t<! where
ha' I cial i ��� used and
w't'i coal it ?7.co a ton
it t < c < a ! arprisinRly thort
to 'nil"  ; ood   thc   heading
"This Rnn"*pays for Itself."
N >te illustration in lower right
1 Vd   corner showing  Economizer
detached.   This great fuel saver i* to
be ha I only on Gurney-Oxford Stoves.
W6e Qdaneellor
*
lithe name rft'ic range illustrated.   It is a steel
r n;;c, and as cut shows is c f a beautiful design.    Thc
top ii the large: t on any gtovo of similar oven dimension?.    Both oven and warming closet are fitted With a drop
door.    Note front < f stove, by putting shaker on shank near
top cf stove and giving a shirt turn, the to. i 1 lifted to a convenient
angle f,.r broiling or firing up.   Supplied with cr without reservoir,
warming closet, etc.    Reservoir on cither end. High Shelf when desired.
We In ve many other designs  i.i this great line on  our  floor.   We  invite
your Inspection.
Itself.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681 Columbia Street
\%tami'.:i" ill
\a*t**'
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
NAVAL   SERVICE   OF   CANADA.
Notice   Concerning   Tenders   for   Victuals   for  the   Naval   Service.
SEALED  TENDERS   addressed  to
the undersigned, endorse! "Tenders
for Victuals" and accompanied by a
coitiik'l cheque Cor 10 per cent cf
the amount of the tender, will lv
celved up till noon on
November 80, at the Departn cut. ot
the Naval Service, Ottawa,-for the
supply of tlie following commodities,
,  will  llO" tc-
Wednesday,
to be delivered at the Naval Dock- Notice w
yards at Halifax, N.S. and Esquimalt, B. ('.. Means, (haricot I ChOCO-
.late. Flour, Jam, Marmalade. Meat,
preserved (Corned Beef, Mutton.
Brawn), Mili<, condensed, Mustard,
Oatmeal, Marrowfat Peas, Split Peas,
Pepper, Salt, Suet, Sugar, Vinegar,
Tea, Coffee, Rice and Raisins.
The  period   of  contract,   to  he   for
one year from December 1st, 1910      i
Forms of tender may be had   from'
the undersigned) j
Unauthorised   publication   of   this'
lot be paid  for.
Q,  ,1.  DKSBARATS.   J
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department  of  the  Naval    Service,
Ottawa,  October  25th,  1010,
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527  Front  St.. New Westminster.
Phone 550.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
ot| Vancouver, B. ('., occupation builder, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J.
P, Smith, S. W. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption, No. 2951, thence north
about (>0 chains more or less, to or
near Saklnaw Lake, thonce cast 60
cliains more or less, tlience south SO
chains more or less, thenco west 40
chains, more or less, thence north 4)
Chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to the place of
commencement.
JAMICS    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20, 1.10.
JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS, Agent.
SEE OUR ORCHID WINDOW 11
ORCHID Perfamss, Talcum Powder, Cold
Cream, Face Cream, Almond Cream
**
t Call and get a Free Sample before they are all gone. #
j Ryall's Drug Store
PHONE 57.
YES TESTED BY GRADUATE
******
* %********.****+++*********** ********************** .
NOTICE. I he wlll conduct the real ('-;';ll('0j!. c
  ness under bis own nanic   11
The undersigned    has    moved    his on Twelfth atreet Is for Btue.
office  to  1316  Cariboo  street,  wheie j D. D. UOI i<^ ������
-..mi I     ll|IHW��
���w�� FR|DAY. NOVEMBER  11, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
gj5 Columbia Street
Phone 821
AJOR
House
Wm
W-.yMV:\.^sW^'*
>l-irifi^i#i;,lliii:.ii! ffiW'M.:!1
���~j
We invite you to our Music Rooms, the Finest in
the City, to hear these Wonderful Instruments
See us for the latest Single Face and Double Disc
also Red Seal Records
Al! Styles of Victor Machines and Victrolas
in Stock
The "AUTO" Overcoat is
not confined to Automobilists
You'll see it wherever gentlemen meet. Designed
primarily for protection, tKc "AUTO" has quickly
caught the fancy of the younger set for every day
wear.
There's almost a military air about the "AUTO"
that lends dignity and distinction to the wearer.
dS^^V Made of imported Scotch and
��? FIT- xk ^s^ Tweeds that are in perfect
m. MlQRM J?    Harmony with the style.
**-       IS
0
laimony
$20. to $30.
126
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
m^*   m    "     ~' (*asy payments if """"J    _D   .   MONTREAL. |_
,��,,���� GKAM-o-rnoNB ^T^Z*sn4this@tradem.rk.
Victor No. 1. $31.00.
Victor No. 2. $42.00.
Victor No. 3. $50.00
Victor Nov4. $63^0 5$75o()
.   r.Mr��T   MACHINE ON EARTH.   CALL AT OUR
^c N/.CTOR-VICTORLA,   THE   """T^H �� RECORDS KEPT
GO TO ... j
C. B. DEANS'
Grocery ph��nc 3��e
415 COLUMBIA   ST.
if you consider quality and price
when buying.
-y
COM,   Sa  OU-  .TOBE. ����>"'" -        ___._-.        ��   ISW   TO 17
1 H TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
J. n.    1 Y    * New Westminster, B. C.
419 Columbia Street
NAVAL     SERVICE     OF     CANADA.
Noti,:e      Concerning      Tenders      for
c,��tnlna and  Kit tor the Seamen
ot  tha   Naval   Service.
8KALBD   TENDERS   addressed   to
following contracts
i.   For Uie ��**WT
of��� Hoots, Cal
1.   Kor tne ��� "wi      ��    UnderweM,
form Badges and Button", ^
socks,   Stockings.   Jersey ,      ^M
Leggings,
Ul" undenslgned, endorsed "Tenders
'"' Clothing nnd Kit" accompanied by
"ampiag and u certified cheque for 10
P�� conl of the amount, of tho tender,
"HI be received np till noon on Wed-
11     .vers,   Knife   Lanyards.
Hair,  Clothes    and
Shins,
Beds,   Hed
Brushes Clout"
bS��, Combs (horn).
Blue   soW-   mic ���
2.   Blue  sorge,   . ,  .Tens,  Drill,
Flannel and shirting in the piece.
2,   .'ui uu malili'K i��I of ****** tolls*.-
ina garments-Tunics. Serge Jumpers
with and without cuffs). Duck Jump.
IS Trousers. (Duck. Serge Cloth)
Overcoat*, Monkey Jackets, Shirts,
K|,nnel Vndervests. Seamen's Collars,
Ks (round and peaked). Cap Cov
er_   Overalls, (Combination Suits).
The  period  of  contract  to  be  for
l0ne year from December 1st  1910 for
Articles  In  Schedules  1   and   2  and
fSflrtSry 1st, 1911 for Articles In
fiClWlttlft   3.   m^am-am a-  a- , ���--*-- - * ���'' (-
Forms of tender may bo had from!
the underalsncd.
Unauthorized   publication    of   this
Notice wlll not be pnld for.
0. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
|    Department of the  Nnval   Service,
Ottawa, October 25th, 1910.
New Fruits, New Peels, New Nuts
SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW
Butter, Fancy, Creamery, 35c lb., 3 lbs. for 1.00
try a sample lb., you will come again. We
never sold better butter.
Selected Eggs, 35c doz.    Fresh Eggs, 45c doz.
"EGG O" BAKING POWDER, 16 oz.
cans 25c.   Have you tried it ? lt will please you#
Corn Starch, 2 pks 15c
Salmon, per can 10c
B. C. Cream 10c
Post Toasties, pk 10c
Rolled Oats, per sk 25c
Good Potatoes are a luxury.   We have them.
���*������������������������������������
; ASK FOR SAMPLE OF OUR
| 35c & 50c CEYLON TEA
We have the Quality and Flavor that will please you.
If you can't come, ^^^^^^^B
:
PHONE   386
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Try a Want Ad. in the News,
fill bring results.
It
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
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HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right nrices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
o\!0 Columbia Street.
Mondays,  Wednesdays And
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
CITY NEWS
Moses  B.  Cotsworth,  city    auditor,
vesterday  went to work in the city
.Kill.
K. L. Prince, auditor and accountant, has removed his office from the
Westminster Trust liloek to the ne.v
-Market block, opposite the city l.a 1.
K. Fieemont, the Abbotsford man
to Treated on Tuesday on a charge of
theft, will co:i:e up for trial this
morning befcie Magistrate Pitten-
dii. h.
Now  is  tlie  ti.: e    to    get     spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, the Flor-I
ist.    I*hone R20S. **
The regular meeting cf the Benevo-1
lent society was held >esterday after-!
inoon in tlie board of tra.'e room at
the city hall.   Only ordinary business;
was transacted.
Texas Guinan and the merry sup-1
porting company cf "The Kissing [
Girl" perfectly sing the catchy Von'
Tilzer melodies of that opera.
Competent male bookkeeper-stenographer with knowledge of real estate
business and general commercial experience would arrange with reliable
firm to work part time and devote
balance to public stenography. Will
provide desk and typewriter. P. O.
Box 016. *���
HELP FOR OLD
BACKS THAT ACHE
GIN PILLS Cure Them
Age is no barrier to the wonderful,
soothing, healing properties of GIN
PILLS, the great Canadian Kidney
Cure. We have on record many letters
from men and women of 60, 65, 70, 75,
80 and over, testifying to the great relief
they received from taking GIN PILLS.
Mr. Samuel Martin of Strathroy, Ont.
suffered for twenty years with misery
in his back. .Some months ago, he
tried GIN PILLS and after taking only
three boxes, was entirely cured. Mr.
Martin is now S5 years of age and
enjoys the robust health of a vigorous
tuan'of sixty, thanks to GIN PILLS.
All elderly people are troubled, more
nr less, with Kidney and Bladder
Trouble, nnd pain and weakness in the
back. (",IN PILLS are a guaranteed
cure for all these misfortunes. Money
promptly refunded if they fail to give
complete satisfaction.
50c. a l>ox���6 for .2.50. Sample box
free if you write us, mentioning this
paper. National Drug and Chemical
Co., DepL B.C.i  Toronto. 49
BO CHONG
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Mayor John A. Lee and    Alderman  Who has been in the Tailor Business
A,  W. Gray are at Salmon Arm, rep-' jn Vancouver for a number of years.
resenting the city of New Westminster at a meeting of the Union of B.
C. Municipalities. They will be gone
for several days.
has opened  up a similar  business in
this    citv.
Latest    fashions.
Suits
made to order.   Fit guaranteed. Phone
���A. or call at Kwong On Wo Building
f'nlui'hlR  .treat.
CARD OF THANKS.
The Canadian-Mexican  Pacific liner
Henley. Captain    Henley,    arrived in j
port yesterday morning with a cargo  __
of general merchandise for local mer-1
chants.    Before she    leaves she  will 1
take on 350,000 feet of lumber at the 	
Brunette Mills wharf. Mr   and   Mrg    _   F    _onson   desire
in the police court vesterday Victor to convey to their many friends their
Kev. the man chattel  w.-r,  carrying I heartfelt  thanks  for expressions  and
a revolver, failed to respond   to ' tns .tokens of sympathy during their late
name and forfeited $25 bail.   A bench |sad bereavement
warrant was ls*ued for his arrest, but I ,     .
'be is thought to have left    the city.! 	
���;"."'o drunks appeared and were fined
the U��3Ual *-'5�� ftn(1 co��ts.
NOW
ig  the  time  to buy  a
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big pinter stock is now in from
the best makers We have them at
a low price and we have a kind
WE OUARANTEB. We have also
Combination as  well as
FOUNTAIN
SYRINGES
It will pay yrtti to look over our stock
of RUBBER GOODS on display in ou.-
show window.    Try  us for
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
Curtis Brag Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Have you   gecured   one   of   those!
charming _ouses on   Eighth   avenue,
close to the   car.   If   not,   see"   V'.Z'
British   Canadian  Securities,  Ltd..  at  \
once, as the terms are so very easy I
they will soon be all sold. **
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cameron have
moved to New Westminster where he
has accepted a po.Ition with the B,
C. Electric Mr. and Mrs. Cameron
v.... be very much missel in many
circles in Revelstoke, as they have
made a large number of friends during their residence here.���Revelstoke
Mail-Herald.
Men working on the alterations to
the Westminster Trust building yesterday became ahtrme I a' clouds of
'.?moke which filled the building and
the source of which could not be discovered. They sent for the fire h'ig-
���tde but it was also unsuccessful in
!crating the seat of the trouble. In 3
:!..}rt time the smoke cleared away
and the fire-ren vert hack to the hall
It is supposed that fie smoke came
from the C. P. R. stition, but owing to
tbe heavy nin which was falling at
the ti-r.e, It was impossible to locate
,*he source of tlte trouble.
The Public
Supply Stores
Gardiner & Gardiner
iF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
^oom fi. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
"*Hnn.    Pfi) Residence   Phone   133
AnvFRTIfit?  IN THE  DAILY NEWS I
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe:
Opposite  EJ. C.  E. R.  Depot.
25c; Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
W. P. WHITE
Architect  and  Building  Constructor.
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Concrete  and   Modern  Building  Construction.    Telephone 8Q6.
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
MEW   WESTMINSTER.
LookO
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
TENDERS.
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
623   Hamilton  St., or
Vanstone Heiting and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
GIT
Cadury's Chocolates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially Picked (or
T. h. M):r & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block,    Ml Columbia St.
Now v. <��� ���  ��� ���   ter, B.C.
Sealed tenders addressed to the un-
derslgned and endorsed "Tenders for
rails" will be i��ceived at. this ofllce
until noon on Thai slay, November 17,
KilO, for the purchase of lifteen (15)
tons of 40-pound steel rails. Tenderers
to quote prices per ton. These talis;
may be inspected tit tbe Dominion
government wharf, Customs Mouse
Bquare, New Westminster, B. C.
G. A. KKKFKll.
District feti'gineer.
Department of Public  works,
New  Westminster,  li.  C,
November 9,  1010.
Kewsnapeis Inserting t'tls advertisement without authority f.-o'ii the de-
I ailment will not be paid for it.
ver
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
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 i effect confidence
that you will get your supplies
heie hereafter.
Adams
Phone 92
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
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B lots on Second street.    Excellent view.    Streets on three sides
of  this   property.    $350   each.   Terms,
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property ���
ls especially well situated. Streets on three sldeB, and lane at rear. *
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO, Ltd
���
Women's
Dress Skirts
Friday and Saturday Only
$4.75 Each
A sale affording an opport unity to secure skirts worth up to
$7.50 each. All new styles, in fact 50 of these skirts go on sale Friday and Saturday for the first time. The showing ((insists of heavy
Vicuna Cloth Skirts, Cheviot, and Panama Skirts in black, navy,
grey, green, brown, etc., made up in plain gored and pleated styles.
Dozens of styles from which t > choose, all si/es. On sale Saturday only.    Each    $4.75
i
Women's and
Misses' Suits
Friday and Saturday Only
$19.50 Each
A showing of attractive su'ts underpticed for two days only.
Suits are ln Diagonal, Tweeds, Venetians and Chevron Suitings ln
shades of black, myrtle, wine, navy, cadet, old rose, brown, etc, all
well tailored, semi-fitting styles, some trimmed with silk or velvet
collars on coats, skirts in pleated effects. Misses .and women's sb.es.
All one price two days only.   Each    $19.50
The Christmas Showing
of Handkerchiefs
Now Ready
So toany handkorchiefs the sold to customers who send them to
friends at a distance. They sl.*it> into a letter and mailed without
further trouble. We mention the arrival of our complete new Btoc.
and we make a claim, the proving of which wlll he easy. We know
without a doubt that our Xmas showing wi llbe larger and more
varied  than shown by any store in B. C.    We have here ban I made
Lace Hankkerchlefs from I elgiom, real Irish I.ace Handkerchiefs
from Ireland, Swiss Embroidered Linen, hand embroidered and hand
made lace edges. All personally selected in the markets of Switzerland, Belgium and Ireland.    Prices range from 2 for Be to 80c each.
Two Week-End
Specials Fronx
the House FUr.
nishing Section
150  yards   of    Irish   Table   0
nask-60  to 7^  [��� ...        *
unbleached,    _evei
regular values  i ic ���
Week Knd Price, pi      . j   35
Roller   Towelling,   8   yard,' fo��p
$1.00-1.1    to    ,.     1:���       Rol)er
Crash,  ln  crepe,  I ���(|
glass cloth finish; , .
dered. Regular value
17.4c. '  ��
Weefc Knd Pri e g J1>ao
Warm and
Cosy Kimonas
Full length and Bhort Kimonas
in wide variety. The very appearance suggest i omfort so
attractive are the colorings and
finish of the materials used,
German Eiderdown In woolen
and cotton, the finish of which
Is soft and fluffy, yet firm and
substantial: Canadian Elder-
downs in heavy weights an;l
light weight dticklln g fleece
cloths in many grades.
Full Length Kimonas, in plain
and fancy colors, with wide roll
over collars, turn bai k i .::-.
and heavy thick waist cord.
Sizes ?i' to 42. Li . 15.50 and
|6.60.
Misses'     Eiderdown      Kirronas,
Each $3.75.
Cardinal,  sky.    mauve,    I   ler-
d< :vn    Kimonas, sizes v
years, each $3.75.
Women's   Short   Kimonas,  Eacn
$'.50.
Two special cloths    n   d
Into full    sized    Klmon
man   fleece  anl  Canadi.it:  Gall
fleece Eiderdown; are tn '���
in nice patterns ani atti
iiilors.   made   with   Loose   G
back-;, all  sizes, each  $1.50.
NEW FALL "BUTTERICK FASHIONS" AND DELINEATORS NOW ON SALE. ASK TO SEE THEM.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Royal City Chemicrl
Cleaners and Dyers
Lid you ever consider the difference you are entitled t > in
the methods���get It by our pro -
CIS.
The dirt and dust are removed
from the fibre���- NOT PRESSED IN.
the garment being thoroughly
Bterelized, is clean and  whole-
G.  F.  BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.      345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for tind deliver
goods.
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\ STORE, BANK fl TTINf' Q 1
�� AND   OFFirR ril 1 LlUJ i
SHOW CASES .
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD-
WORKirjG���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.   BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and Carline.
>HONE 473
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aVUyBBSH*-^
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New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furni
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKI
Columbia Street
New Westminster
***************************************   I advertise in tke daily new
ana soia,  nave yuu.  .mm-     c
ture   to   sell?   See   me or     ADVERTISE   IN   THE   NFA^S
ring up No. 275. �� *,*- *-r>c
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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