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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.
WESTMINSTER, B. C. SATl" RDAY  MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1 910,
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|Awful Tragedy ai Victoria-
Gunner Iladcliffe and Cor-
poral Bowman Dead.
Victoria
11.���Gunner lladeli. . .
Point     garrison,     this
impossible,
on  himself
l.f the
I0'   ',,., Bhol and killed Corporal Hov,
I ime garrison, and  late
I ���'.,���  escape   was
tvnt, BTnjy ^e
II . own iue.
���"V . tl , | the resull of a long
, u ��� , . between the gunnei
Is LsBione. superioi of-
������ a    can   be   learned   the
. mosl deliberate
r : . news rn the murder
I cane ta beadQuarters a
I oldlera   was  sent to
{���������*,..��� Radcliffi     He had .taken refuge
I; ,j,  old  building on   the  garrison
I '     and  when  tbe  aetdlers  ap
I were ��>el  by u deter
Off--' 10 GRIN60ES
IS CRY OF MEXICANS
Property of Americans Is
Destroyed by Mob-Minister Expresses Regret.
Guadalajaro Vlexico, Nov, ll.���in
the course of anti-Ami rlcan demon-
onstratlons In this city lasl night, an
Vn erlcan flag was burned amid crtea
ol "death to the gringoee"
Conservati mtlmate today placed the dami ge to property ol Ana"-,
can   al rro      5  no I i $10,000,
The rioters wore themselves oui
ahout   midnight.
in spite of efforts being made- by
the authorities to presei .<��� order, an i
which prevented furthei tit.ting today, a Bpirll of unrest prevailed and
renewed violence is feared.
IN DECEMBER OR JANUARY
Failure of Conference on Much Discussed  Veto  Question
Expected to Result in Almost Immediate Appeal to the
Cauntry---Asquith Advises King of Situation.
PUT STOP TO TRADE
IN FISHING LICENSES
NEW YORK STRIKE
IS NOT SETTLED
London, Nov. 12.���An early elect!-n
Beem assured. Within the next few
hours both parties wlll be preparing
ror the campaign that now seems inevitable.
The question < Importance la
whethei the election will lake plan-
'" Decembei oi In January of next
���' ' i Asquith, the man wh,
win decide, has so far ke; I hls own
counsel
lefl town quietlj yesterday
Men Taking Out Permits
No Longer Permitted To
Sell These At Big Profit.
The statemeni ad Is that the mem-
bers of the conference had decided
not to disclose the course of the negotiations or the cause leading to the
termination;
It is understood, however, that the
rock on which the conference Bpltt
wtis the composition of the Joint committee of i��>th houses that should ad-ifive.
Victoria. Nov, 11.���According to advices received from Ottawa, by those
inn-tested in the industry, hening
fishing at Nanaimo will he conducti I
under changed conditions this com-
iu������ season, lt has been known for
sot a H11"'' that the government had
decided to reduce the number of licenses. Last season mere weie forty-
next  season  there  will  be
Teamsters of New Jersey-
Nullify Agreement Reach-
ed Yesterday.
Mexico City, Nov 11.���In an interview   tonlghl   concerning    the   re-ent
��� wt-ic   ���a*   ���,     .   ..<-,.-���-   disturbances   In   this  city,  Minister  of
|; the desperate gunner. Foreign Affairs  Enrique C  cieei said
|( . |. ,,     be did  not   have a large the  Mexican   government    had    com.
Cjppl .i: tion and none of the municated   to   Washington    profound
liiiackiii-  p�� '    wt'r'' inlured. regret  for the acts of violence com-
mdcllffe kept  his pursuers off for mitted and had given assurances that
��� f in evidently finally (those responsible would be dealt with
lf,,, - t'lusjon that there was b) Judicial authorities and in con-
Eo hope  foi   hi"     and     turning   the formity with  the  law.
|,(. with   which   he   had     killed I  ���
IbowIii:   ii      : InawJt,    lie died by  his Rainbow  Coming to Vancouver.
10,-n han.. Victoria. Nov,    li'���Thc    Canadian
The trteedy, contag po soon after erulsei Rainbow will leave on its flrst
Id,,, ti! ��� an  officer  by  Gunner cruise to Vancouver on November S3.
LAUen ���mths   ago,   has   caused
���fttenw ��� i * tn the garrison
I j        than i nobatfe that the pres-
1t, ��� ���������   will have a deterrent
I j.-. ���  rts now  being made
I    |r( ot; tiu- ground that  be
1, ��� the time of the crime
j. w   Btande  sentenced
|   leatl 	
belonged  to No   6 co
|. R ,ya!   Canadian  garrison   Wi11*3"1 Gosnell Returns Fro-n Inspec-
.: til
OS0YO0S COAL SUM
FIFTEEN FEET THICK
just differences aiising in the future, twenty.
The Liberals Insisted that the pro- j    '"  former years white men got  li
portion ol peers on this committee be  cenees but  did not  fish under tbem.!
and eve,, the leader   ol I I   own part'v   such that the House ol Commons will   They were sold to someone who want-'
were unaware of his destination until   have a fair chance of prevailing. The ed *�� fisti. generally to Orientals. The,
informed  bj   the newspapers that he Conservatives could nol agree to 11: _  government    charged  $r,o for the  11-
had arrived al Sandringham.   The <jb-1 proposition,    and    their     alternative cense and they    were sold    by   the!
proved unacceptable to the Liberals, whites who got then to Japanese for j
Walter Hume Long announced last!from $500 to $1,500. One of the li-1
night, on the outhorlty of Mr. Bai- censes issued for this year is under-]
four, learer of the opposition. th.t:St00(l to have been already disposed |
neither  home   rule>  imperial    federa-'of for a  goodly  sum and  another
Jert of his vish there is to acquafnl
his majesty with the failure of the
constitutional conference and to advise him 0f the course which the government intends to pursue its a result
1:  is generally believed the cabinet  tion, nor devolution formed any parti^eing negotiated for.
has decj leii not to attempt to carry of the discussion. White this is re-
any further business in parliament ex-' garded as an accurate statement of
cept under a guarantee that such! fact, it is well known in political
would he executed. The prevalent I circles, and has been over and over
opinion   among   politicial   students  Is'again   announced    in    the    Unionist
that   the  cabinet   must   either
or   advise   the   dissolution   of
ment.
The failure of the conference
resign
parlia-
pre-
newspapers. that informal discussions
on   home  rule  have  taken   place
tween the conference memhrs.
Advancd  Liberals,    long    tired
be-
!ere is where the government's litest decision will spoil some plans. The
[advices are that none of the herring
fishing licenses  will  be  valid  unless
, the person to whom it is granted
fishes under it himself. If the license
is transferred to another party, white
or Oriental, it will be cancelled.
New Vork, Nov. 11.���The striking;
expressmen anl helpers of Jersey
City nullified this afternoon the agrei -
ment reached early this morning between the Xew York strikers and the
five transcontinental express companies,
That agreement was conditional
upon the consent of the Jersey meti
to return to work. The;, hive refused.
The sit tuition now reverts to the
position It occupied before Mayor
Gaynor took a hand, with this exception, that the mayor is angry and re-
Bolved to temporize no more. Some
of the drivers and helpers who be-
lleved the Jersey men would ratify
the agreements were on their wagons
today, bui if the International Brotherhood of Teamsters make good Its
word they will all be called out again.
left    a    confession
I ,���-;. .   door    of the roc    It
Qttefl Bulcidi     Tl i   pa-
.    '
Raflcllfte, shot  Corporal
II ,. , asom     Down and
-
f   RADCLIPFE
TOWNS   GROWING.
tion   of    Remarkable   Property���Nel
son Company  Is Developing.
Nelson   Nov. 11.���W. Gosnell, presi
(lent   ol   th<    OBOyoos    Coal    companv.
tbe stock of which l�� held ln Nelson.
|UBt    returned    from    Pi lnc< ton
where he made a thorough inspection
cipltates a political crisis of the flrst
magnitude Mr. Asquith is bound by
his promises made in the House Of
Co' ons before the sessional adjournment to undertake a most vigorous campaign in the country aiainst
the House of Lords, even to uo to the
length of an immediate appeal to the
polls.
Whether ho wlll carry om his promise rei tains to be seen. Should he
��� lut -'<��� the people into a general election a few months befo e the coron .-
tloi ht Ife and turmoil thus engendered will be an unfortunate prelude  to  what   Bhould  be  a   period  of
L.��kiB*'t-vr Business Will Be Brisk   ol   the   coal   measure   owned    bi   the
In Chilliwack. I company    Mr SdWJWT*. Hftes that. ��v
.eoii has returned fron  a  travagant as the latest reports regard-
���"��� '������' countn south ol the  ,     tMs geaBI ()|- h|inl ,.���.,, haveB	
Ti- euorts    a    surprising ... ,
ol tbe .owns in that ed. the, are completely born<  I
a.- growth, says Mr.  Mc- the facts.    The outcropping is one rl
j. .  ,,ti   ol   a legitimate   the largest   known, and  the seam bus
;     | ularlj evident in b(,.n (,vl,0^.,| ,),���.  fft, for a wi ta oi
'   ' A aDf Vll,;<;r ��  310 reet.    The   seam is   fifte< ,   feet
::��� ��� ,i town, business Woc1m|��hm
E   ' '^TT,,     Se SS SSSSi Is known in Western
'   "J     rV"v':'���   v     Canada.    Development   to  date   con
:    ' projected rot  W. H. Ne- b       (���iV(,n
;. '���   P  ��  "T      tw tn  i,i'u   100 ?eet, all ol   course,   in
;- .ancouver    syndicate, the utt,   ,���
'   '���'   �����*��� '" the :"""     i ,_,   ���     The idea of the company
^ '        ',',;,'   ,,;"lUS-  I'".   h:T ;      u>  c n.inue  to  hlock  out   coal   for
y. ,,.', iking tor Chill.wack. rtto ave
; *   improvement   of   the  ���      ��� will   ,���
* i<a:,k cf Montreal and gJ^JJJg to'ni:u.,0, Wlll, the opening
of the rawhide season. Tbe work ot
development is undei the supervision
of \v M McLean, Present development  represents two months' work.
In addition to the magnificent sub-
bituminous coal measure that, according to Indications, traverses a pool
pan of the 1920 acre trad owned i>-
of
inactivity, are urging the government
to press forward the original propos-'
als, limiting the power of the House'j
of Lords by immediately introducing
in the upper house the resolutions
adopted in the House of Commons
lasl  April.
These the House of Lords would reject and in the crisis then aris'ng Mr.
Asquith is pledged to advise the use
of the royal prerogative for the appointment   oi   a   sufficient   ti",' 'ner  of
een to Insui e the passage of a
iakll ���   'lie will of the Commons
ll   this   course   wer,-   followed,   pro-
REASON'S LORN CROP
3,121,381,000 BUSHELS
QUEEN   WORKS   FOR   POOR.
Mary of England Leads in Efforts of
London Needlework Guild.
London, Nov. 11.���The spectacle of
a queen busy with unpacking, sorting
and arranging piles of rough garments for the poor Is not a frequent
one, but Queen Mary throughout the
week devoted several hours a day to
tasks of this kind, and she worked as
hard as any woman who has been
helping her as patroness of the London Needlework Guild, an Institution
which makes collars and garments for
the poor.
Md   Per
Than
Acre   and   Quality    Better
in   1'909���Pctito   Output
Short.
national  rejoicing. bably there would b<   a general e ec-
Thi   cabinet   met   yesterday   at   lh tion In January, or Boon after,    the
Powning  street,   and  deliberated  for opinion  prevails,    however, that  thi
c i   iderabh   time     Latei   the  pre-  government   will  force an  immediate oi  corn  as 3,121,381,000
Tait May  Return to C.  P.  R.
Montreal, Nov. 11.���While the heads
of the company preserve reticence on
the subject, the belief is quit     eneral
at the Canadian Pacific Rallv
quarters that when Mr. Thomas Tait.
irns from  Australia to Canad i he
...    , . .. ��� ,. ,   will  fill  a high  position  in  that  com-
Washlngton, Nov. n.-Estima . pany    No antlouricemen, TO the sub-
the department  ol   agricul! ire  Issued  ject  will lie  made  until Mr. Talt  a.-
ti '  :���   give th.e total 1910 production  lives
���       '    .   .
'der   made   the   following   Btatement, dissolution and get the elections over ,   mpared with 2,772,3"6,000 for 1909,
which, it will be noticed, did not on- before Christmas,
tain any hint of the cause of tbe con- The result of th.e recent by-elections
ference's failure: ��� lenoQUTaggs the Liberals to make an
' The conference wl ; !h ,!as been Immediate appeal to the people. Be-
Bltting to consider a constitutional sides, they are thoroughly organize.!,
. ��� - ��� jnt has come to an end. with- and in a far better position for a con-
em  arriving at  an agreement." 'est  than they were last  January.
"��KUK    Ul   U_S   It.     IK    ll    .WOlllie.o   laifi
' ��� '��� Bank is now heing followed
I" the Merchatrts, tbe Hank ot Commerce and the Bank of Vancouver,
*H nf which hav*' raetefl premises and
*tli b( doing business in a short
t-,
eod reports   g-iol   grouse
f ong  the   line,   birds   being
; '"        nd in good condition.
KLOOTCHHAN IS SAVtD
FROM DAKIiER OF DROWNING
SONGS UNO CLEVER DRILLS
HAKE COMEDY INTERESTING
Old Siwash Woman Found Drunk Under   Market   Wharf���Son,   Also
Intoxicated,  Is Arrested.
Packer Cudahy  Is III.
Sow  11��� Michael Cudahy.
,he i    ��� .   is   serlonsly tn In bis
,::'" In   tiie   Biackslone     hotel
physl i ina  sav.  however
i..   .        *  .
hi ������
es are In  favor
of   Ills   re
the company, the company has the
surface rights The property ts well-
timbered and the soil is adapted to
agriculture A wagon road to the
pro) erty  is  Hearing completion
The   capital   stock   of   the    OsoyOOS
Coal company is $160,000.
Society of Winnipeg Chinese.
eg, Nov,  11.-���Chinamen, who
':'   ���      :oo, have decided to <>,.. ���
lety   lor   the   protection   of
',' \  charte   will  be ap
" within the course of a rew
"" ' ���  tl sr is worth $100,000,
UarV   Almost   Reached.
, '        iver, Nov, 12.- At the close of
:.'" collections   on   behalf   of
c  a. the sun of sin-! 139
I <��� !.    It  is expected the
',!?  "" led,   half   ii   million   dollars,1
ired by nocn today,    Yen*
contributions    included    n
a, nation of $35,000 from Lord
Lucas to Contest Yale.
��� Bridge,  Nov.  12.���Alexan-
(    '    '    has   been    nominated   to
l( '���  Vale election  in  the In-
! the Conservative party.
CHANTECLER   GIVES   FINAL
-il   Re
French
:*<pte   in   Paris   and
Provinces $642,000.
Sow   I l.--\rter   several ��S-
'   linil   "cockadootlotloo" -it
11  Martin.   The total hox otlice
,., .       Produced by the play at 752
""    both   In   Pari-;   and the
p         Provinces are    $ti4'2,000. in
'
���   ion.r
hei
''   80  dlHtinclively   |��'c ,,���     n
1 erl'iirm'Mi. ���������*.���   produced
each,     The    pecuniary
ii   falls  far  short   nf
' "lical   runs  In   AmeilOfi,  19
1 l*red remarkable  espeolally
ter.
JAPS  ARE   MANHANDLED
BY    IRATE   CHINAMEN
Vlel irla, Nov, ii On account i
friction between Japainese and Chinese In Manchuria, the situation 13
,,. 0 nlng grave, according to Japt n
a8e newspapers just recel ed he e,
Thirteen  Japanese    who    refused  to
leave  Taolu,  outside  tl I    >'
its   weie arrested and roughly I eat-
by'the Chinese governor an l the lap
,������,.���   have   been   hii'iassed   ia   Other
Ways bv Chinese officials, it is said.
Recently the Hupeh provincial as-
sembly passed a bill forbidding fo.-
etgners to trade or reside outside the
settle-eents Tl.is was aimed directly
at the Japanese.
Chinese newspapers   declare   that
Japan is bent on colonizing Manchuria
with   the   ultimate object   of . rahbin.
the territory.
I, ig probable that ih*�� friction be
tween the two races will result .a
cessation of   diplomatic    Intercourse,
accordlBg   tO  the  latest   advices.
(TRFNCH   SOLDIERS   SLAIN
FRENCH   bu ^   _ATlVE   upRIS|NG
ConstaatlaopleTN^ 11;^e'*ea*!l
of 300 French BOl.lierB killed m an
anti-French outbreaH h Tripoli Is re-
oo-ted here today, The governor ot
Tripoli reported thai L50.000 natives
JtTlpoll- attacked <,u, French garri;
sons  while  ang. I over Fronoh  In-
terference with Turkish rule.
lH  declared    that    many    block
h0UBe8  manned  by  tho  French were
md the Frenchmen slain.
The police saved an old Siwash
woman from almost certain death yesterday when they dragged her out
from under the market wharf. The
woman is almost eighty years of age
and '.'ave her name as Elliott; She
has attracted considerable attention
on the Btreets dui ins; the past month
or two bj her remarkable appearance.
Her short Bkirts, Ungainly figure nnd
primitive Indian countenance has arrested the gaze ot more than one
stranger,
When picked up by the police she
was lying in a boat underneath the
wharf She was blind drunk and was
absolutely helpless. The boat was
half full of water, an i even it
had not  been drowned, she    was al-
i ��� i ertaln to have i eilshed tt -
exposure In a sh nt tl ������ Her e u.
,-,.,.,.,. Bill tt, als i drunk, was to in t
i ,. r by and taken to the police station.
���The  Kissing  Girl"  Is Appreciated by
Large   Audience���Catchy   Choruses   That   Linger.
SKEENA STEAMERS
LAY UP FOR WINTER
Prince Rupert, Nov. 11.���Tho rivor
steamers Dtstrlbuti m, Omfneea, Ope.-
ator Conveyor and skeena. of me
Foley Welsh ft Stewart fleet, have
been withdrawn fron the SkeettS
liver for the  winter season.    During
the sealso i
the
Distributor and Qmt-
it
9U8
.���aptured
neca have male thirty trips each fr. m
Prince Pupert to the cohstru -i'i
camps up the rivet1, the Operator,
forty, the Conveyer; ihirty-f.mr, and
the Skeena forty-nine.
Vbout 25.000 tons of freight was. delivered al the camps, including nine
steam Bhovels, engines and cars, a
large compression plant for Kitselas
tunnel, also tho complete plant for
the construction of the Skeena bridge.
AbOUt 6000 tons of this Inchilinr
three steam shovels, was transfened
to Kitselas during high water.
The four large steamers each cov-
'ered over 10,000 miles during the sea-
Ison. No serious accidents of any
' kind occurred and no delays we e experienced with breakdowns In machinery, which Is considered a good record for a fleet plying on such a vi. er
|us the Skeena.
One of the best musical comedies
that has travelled these parts for
some time occupied the hoards at the
Opera house yesterday evening, when
"The Kissing Girl" was offered for
the appreciation of a large number of
local playgoers. The Comedy was -if
the tinest order and the singing of
that kind that Is rememb'ered long
after the final cui tain call has been
acknowledged by the artars.
The musical numbers include 1 several catchy pieces, notably "Qood Old
German Beer," a stein song led by
Louis London, who was assisted by
a thirsty chorus. "When Y'OU Kiss the
One Vou Love," ease ��h.c wll i tin
unavoidable ps sulit ry a ompanl-
ments in which everybody took pait;
"On the n.. On the Hou.. on t! e Boulevard," by H. llermsen nnd chorus, anl
"Line   Is   Like   a   Rose."     with     M'ss
Veinta Fltzhugh In the Bpotlight. The
drills   inei,'ental   to  thfl  Singing   were
snapi lly execute I.
"The Kissing Girl" Is a music ll C i
e'y that lias a little more plot than
is usually met with ii attractions <f
this kind, but the company inter] it t-
Ing the Operetta is so excellenl that
It could carry almost anything In the
comedy ar 1 singing line to a successful issue, plot or no plot.
Not much time was wasted on acting by principals, but the little the'-
did they did well. Miss Ida Fltzhugh,
as the landla 'y of thc Hunter's Rest,
engineeted manv a laugh, her accessory In most instances being II. Hetm-
sen. as Hippocrates Muller, a we-Tthy
brewer, Miss Texas Guinan. as Llna,
tho Kissing Girl, is a pretty jetite
demoisel'e who Is as vivacious as she
Is tempting. Mr, Temple, as Fiitz
Kobus, nn Austrian army corporal, and
R. Toney, ns a Polish ce'��ent manufacturer, both acted their parts well.
The dances incidental to the Boulevard numbe-, by Miss Vanity, we-e
one of tl e successes of the evening.
Montrea! Clerqyman Dead.
Montreal. Nov. 11.���Rev. John E.
Rmpson, canon of Chi 1st Church Cathedral, and formerly clerical secretary of the Montreal diocesan synod,
ls dead.
per acre. 27.4 bushels, compared
with '-'">, tl.e ten-year average, l!'::,.^
itj r.s tfT.i i cr cer.t. cotnpaied with
84.4, the ten-year average, and percentage of 1909 crop on farms November 1 as 4.3 per cent. 119,053,000
bushels, c.unpaie.l with 3.8, the ten-
year average.
The  production of buckwheat   was
17,084,000 bushels, compaied with 1
138,000   bushels   in   1909;   yield   per
acre,   20.7   bushels,    compared   with
18 5, the tep-year average, and qual.t.
92 per cent, compared with 90.7, the
ten j ear a\ erage.
Tue production of potatoes was 328,-
787,000 bushels, compared wit i 376,-
587,000 in 1909, yield ier acie, 93.4
bushels, compared with 1)1.4, the te.i-
year average, and quality 8S.5 i er
cent, compared with 87.7, the ten-
year average.
Wheat of this year's crop averaged
58.6   pounds   per   measured   bushel, I
compared with 32.7, the ten-year average;    oats   averaged   32.7    pounds,
compared with 31.1, the ten-year average, and barley averaged 46.9 pounds.
Ibe   average  production  of  apples
was 43.5 per cent of a full crop, com-1
pared   with   50.7,  the   ten-year   aver-1
age.
Winnipeg Arbitration Eoard.
Winnipeg, Nov. ll.���a board t i arbitrate 'he street railway e
demands has been appointed under
the Lemieux Act. Mr. W. 1. Chislet
is chairman. .Mayor i'el'ier of Fo:t
William anl Captain Robinson are
the other arbitrators.
REPUBLIC Of PBOTIMML
RECCGNIZrD BY MWUS
Ciplomati:   Negotiation!   ResJred  by
Fcreig i   Powers   With   Newly
Fortrcd  Government.
FALL
Lisbon, Nov. 11.���Diplomatic representatives of the Unite.1 States, Ger-
' many, Russia, Sweden and Norway to-
iday notified the foreign office that
they were authorized to resume negotiations with  the Portuguese govern-
.nient on current affairs.
This action, following the same notification by tiie British. French, -Span-
;ish and Italian governments on Thursday,  is  regarded  as   virtual  recogni-
FROM  "HEAVEN"
BREAKS   ACTOFl'S  LEG   tion of the republic
Detroit. Nov. 11.���Jacques Krueger,
with the "Fellies of 1910" company at
the Detroit Opera house, made an ostensible ascension to heaven by neans
ol i wite, which broke when he was
high in the flies.
ile was made up like -lohn I). Rockefeller and waa bupi ose 1 to go I )
lci\ en an.l return in a bun y. v i h
tl e remark, "They wouldn't let no
in."
When the wire broke Krueger returned in a hurry. One leg W88 broken, but  his nerve was not sliatte e 1.
"They wouldn't let ire Iu," he Bald,
and the audience applauded as be
writhed In pain.
"If I had landed on my head they'd
have had to let n e in that tl ne," he
remarke 1 at the hospital.
Catholic   Societies   Meet.
New Orleans., Nov. 11.���Many prelates and other dignitaries of the
Catholic church have already arrived
here to attend the annual meeting of
the Federation nf Catholic Societies
wbicli will open OU Sunday. Manslg-
nor Falcohl, papal delegate, will a-
rlve tomorrow.
NO   SEATTLE   RECALL   YET.
���HOME.    SWEET    HOME"
IS   WOODEN,   HE   GAYS
Milwaukee, Nov. 11.���"Home Sweet
Home," which we weie taught in
childhood days and wliich our pa:ents
sang before us. is no good at all mus-
ci lly, according to Will Farhait. of
Richmond] Ind.. who spoke befoie the
music, section of the State Teieheis'
Association convention, He declares
it is a wooden song.
"I don't mean the words," said Mr.
Bar hart. "They bring ass iciati ms that
are fine, but musical y it is awful. The
composer had just one thought, antl
he tried to develop it with four notes.
Never a chatlge, never a surplse to
keep up the inteiest in the rcelody.
Compare with this wooden composition Mendelssohn's 'Consolation.'
What a difference! What a pleasure it
brings to the mind with Its pleasing
changes 1"
Petition to Oust Mayor Gill Lacks
Necessary Number of Signatures.
Seattle. Nov. 11.���Petit!ms for tho
recall of Mayor II. C, GUI are still deficient in the required number of
signatures. The executive committee
\ of the Public Welfare League met
yesterday and after spending- nea'ly
two hours in discussing the situation,
and in eonvassing the returns from
petition workers, found that the petitions lacked enough names to make
8,750 signatures of qualified voters to
compel the council to order the ejection.
PROVINCE   RECEIVES   GIFT.
New Brunswick Gets $30,001 Estne
for Tuberculosis Hospital.
Moncton. N. B. . Nov. 1L-���M'��.
James C. Jordan, of San Francisca,
has presented to the New Brunswick
government the county estate of her
late husband for a tubercn'osia hospital. The estate, which Is valued at
$30,000 is located at River Glado,
Jordan was a son of the late Eben 1>.
Jordan, a millionaire merchant of
Boston, Mass. m
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SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER ,j
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���A    GIRL  ~\1TH BOMB
knowledge of   bookkeeping. Apply
Roherts, Klectric Co., corner 4th st.
and Clarkson.
WANTED-^-ALL KINDS OK SKINS
tanned, lined and mounted. Satisfaction guaranteed. D. S. Cameron,
731 POurth  St.    Phone  K.r>.7.
SOLD THE
WORLD OVER.
WANTEDj-BY AN EXPERIENCED
dressmaker, sewing by the day. Address Hox K��� Daily News Ollice.
WANTED���FIVE TONS OK CIDER
apples. State price. Apply Acme
Soda Water ami Bottling Works,
Sapperton.
WANTED TO  RENT���MODERN SIX
or seven roone.l house. Close in
or near car line. If satisfactory after occupation wlll buy. W. F. Tate,
optician   box 933, city. .
WANTED���BY A YOUNG SCOTCH-
man a position on a ranch. Apply
Box  10  Daily  News Ollice.
WANTKD���Hy RELIABLE AND EN-
ergetlc man engagement in any position of trust or responsibility.
Bookkeeping and accounting, special qualifications. Address Hox G
this office.
WANTED���TO BUY FROM OWNER
6 or (', room house within 8 blocks
of Catholic church; stale price. Address A. K. W., Tlie Daily News.
Mrs. A. C. Eddy has as hei
Mr.  and   .Mrs.  Aukeny,  of
Minn.
St
guests
Pauh
Mr. and .Mrs. 0.  E. Darling, of Ste
Quite the smartest event of th'e
week was the tea given by Mrs. I). S.
Curtis, at her handsome new residence on First street. Tlie guests
were received in the spacious hall by
the popular hostess, assisted by her
daughter, Mrs. Davidson, of Vaneou-
jver. Tlie rooms were all most beau-
Itifully decorated with autumn flowers.
In    tlie   dining   room    bright    yellow
veston, paid a week-end visit to Mrs.  chrysanthemums  were  used   on   the
table, casting a glow to the entire
room.    Mrs. Drew and Mrs. C. N. Mc-
! Donald poured tea the first hour,
later being relieved by Mrs. Cunningham and Mrs. Robson. Tlie young
ladies assisting were tlie Misses Curtis, Miss Watson, Miss Daphinee, Miss
[Briggs and Miss Price. The guests
included Mrs. Hole. Mrs. .1. R. Grant,
Mrs. George Brymner. Mrs. charleson, Mrs. MacGowan, Mrs. Macquarrie,
Mrs.   Heat lie,   Mrs     ].,...
Mrs.  Dickinson,    ., ":',""'" !l%l
Jones.   Mrs.   Allen   v..      '��es.   .J
Kdmonds.
Allen,
Mrs. Alllf
M
on, Mrs
Kennedy.  Mrs. J. j, j
Cunningham, Mrs Dot.   ���      s
AleJ
Chester,   Mrs.   Creiglmm^8^
��<J
Hole,  Mrs.  A.   Mali,       ,> , ���<
an,  Miss Owen,  Mis    .i,,,,,   "(;"��1
Lewis,   Miss   Nora   ' We'
DeWolf Smith, Miss >;i,T,'r,.ng: m
Doyle.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
*    *    *
Mrs. Cornwall, of Albert Crescent,
is visiting her daughter, Mis. Oldham, in Victoria.
��    *   ��
Mr.  and   Mrs.   Lawford   Richardson
ive  been  visiting friends  i.i  Nanaimo the past week,
Johnston and mai
Aiiustr
Mil
���' Lew|8
h< IS.
Mill
Ml*
Mil
Dr. R. Eden Walker returned from
Victoria on Monday where lie attended tho medical council.
'.I. V. Gordon sj ent the week-
Vancouver  witli   her   cousin,
. I!.  Hannington.
*    a    *
Shildrick returned om Sunday
from Savonas, where   she    waa
guest of .Mrs. ('. M.  Marpole.
t.
WANTKD���A CHILDREN'S NURSE
for lour months. Apply Mrs. Dr.
Jones, 48  Royal  avenue.
WANTED���SMALL      RANCH,      IM
proved,  witli  buildings,  In  the  vicinity  of  New   Westminster.      Vu'.l.
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
FOR SALE.
FOE SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undei signed ami endorsed "Tenders for
rails" will be received at. this ollice
until noon on Thin sday, November 17,
1910, for tlie purchase of fifteen (15)
tons of-ID-pound steel rails. Tenderers
to quote prices per ton. These rails
may lie inspected at the Dominion
government wharf, Customs House
square, New Westminster, p. C.
G. A. KKKKKIt,
District Engineer,
Department of Public Works,
New   Westminster,   B.   C,
November 9,  1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the department will not be paid for it.
and Mrs. Henry Doyle and f.ini-
lave relurned home after spend-
the summer months in the north.
Mr, and Mrs, Ardagh, who lately arrived  from   High   River,  have  moved1
Into their new  residence on   Queens
avenue.
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Mr. K. !. Webber, of F. J, Hart .ft
Co., lefl on Tuesday for Kamloops,
where be will spend the winter
months.
* *
Invitations are out for an "At
Home" to  he given  by   Mis.  William
Harland   MacQuan
November 16.
on   Wednesday,
NAVAL   SERVICE   OF   CANADA.
FOR SALE���ON KASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300.
balance $20 per month. Hox W. S.,
Daily News.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALK���AT VIDAL'S WARK-
taotise, case of beautiful stuffed
birds, $250.
COUNTERS FOR SALK AT VIDAL'S
warehouse, IB and 20 feet long, solid
M foot top���must be sold. Make us
an offer.
GOOD SECOND-HAND SEWING MA-
rhine. One $15. two at $20, one
J25. one drophead Wheeler and
Wilson, $80. J.- H. Todd's Music
House, 419 Columbia st.
Notice Concerning Tenders for Vic-j
tuals for the Naval Service.
SEALED TENDERS addiessed to
the undersipiied. endorse! "Tenders'
for Victuals" and accompanied by a
certified cheque for lo per cent cf
the amount of the tender, wlll be received up till noon on Wednesday.
November 30, at the Department of
���the Naval Service, Ottawa, for the
supply of the following commodities,
to be delivered at the Naval Dockyards at Halifax. N. S. and Esquimalt, B. O, Beans, (haricot) Chocolate. Flour, Jam. Marmalade, Meat,
preserved (Corned Beef, Mutton,
Brawn), Milk, condensed, Mustard,
Oatmeal, Marrowfat Peas, Split Peas,
Pepper, Salt, Suet, Sugar, Vinegar,
I Tea, toffee, Rice and Raisins.
Tlie period  of  contract   to  he   for
one year from December 1st, 1910
Forms of tender may he had   from
the undersigned.
j    Unauthorized    publication   of   t His
'.Notice will not be paid  for.
G.  J    DESBARATS.
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department  of  the   Naval    Service,
Ottawa,  October  25th,  1910.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-1
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT. I
*polr 71? Trew   .trfl��t
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable fur-1
nisbed   bedroom   suitable   for   two
gentlemen.    Apply at .33 8th St.      I
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
**r***tt
I NAVAL     SERVICE     OF     CANADA.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Cnlnmhtp  ��tr��>_t  and Clurksnn
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after �� p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
a* p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
at root
LOST.
LOST���ON SATURDAY, A CHEQUE
for $13.50 cn Royal Bank of Canada. Kindly leave same at 8f>3 Columbia street west and receive reward.
LOST���FOUNTAIN PEN, MOORE'S
non-Ieakahle���two plain gold bands.
Kinder (lease return to News office.
LOST���BLACK WAGON COVKR,
waterproof, between Blackie street
and George Cunningham's black-
sir If li shop. Finder please notify
Daily   News.
NOTICE.
NOTICE TO REAL KSTATE
AGENTS���My property facing on
the Yale and Town Line roads, nineteen (19) acres, has been withdrawn from  the  market.
S. O. PAULSEN.
NOTICE.
Tlie undersigned has moved his
office to 1316 Cariboo street, where
be will conduct the real estate business under liis own name. The office
on Twelfth street is for sale.
D   D. BOURKE.
Notice      Concerning      Tenders      for
Clothing and  Kit for the  Seamen
of the Naval Service.
SEALED TENDERS addiessed to
the undersigned, endorsed "Tenders
for Clothing and Kit" accompanied hy
samples and a certified cheque for 10
per cent of the amount of the tender,
will be received up till noon on Wednesday. November 30, 1910. for the
following contracts:
1. For the supply of���Boots, Uniform Badges and Buttons. Underwear,
Socks,   Stockings,   Jerseys,   Comfort-
[ers, Cholera Belts, Leggings, White
Shirts, Collars, Towels, Blankets,
Beds. Bed Covers, Knife Lanyards,
Brushes (Tooth, Hair, Clothes and
Boot), Combs (horn).
2. Blue serge, Duck, Jean, Drill,
Flannel and shirting in the piece.
3. For the making up of the following garments���Tunics, Serge Jumpers
(with snd without cuffs), Duck Jump-
,ers,   Trousers,   (Duck,    Serge   Cloth)
I Overcoats,    Monkey   Jackets,   Shirts,
Flannel Kndervests, Seamen's Collars,
Caps,   (round and  peaked), Can Covers, Overalls.  (Combination  Suits).
The   period   of  contract   to   be  for
one year from December 1st, 1910 for
Articles   in   Schedules   1   and    2  nnd
from January 1st, 1011 for Articles :n
i Schedule 3.
Forms of tender may be had from
the undersigned.
Unauthorized pub'lcation of this
Notice will not be paid for.
G. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Natal Service.
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, October 25th, 1910.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
IL T. PRINCE, expert accountant and
auditor.    Agent for the Hall   Safe
Co.   Office, room 5, Market Block,
^opposite City  Hall,   Columbia   St..
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation builder, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J,
D. Smith, S. W. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption, No. 2951, thence north
about (10 chains more or less, to or
near Saklnaw Lake, thence cast fiO
chains more or less, thence south 80
chains more or less, thence west 40
chains, more or less, thence north 40
chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to the place of
commencement.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20, 1910.
JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS, Agent.
Mr, G. E. Martin has taken the residence formally occupied by Mrs. M .--
ers Gray, at th.e corner of First street
and Park Row. i
��    ��    ��
The  many  friends  of   Mrs.   T.   M.
Gaynor,   who   has  been   seriously   111,
will he pleased to hear lhat she is now
on the road to recovery.
��    ���    ��
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Corbould gave  a
dinner   on   Friday   evening    for    the
Right   Rev.   Bishop and  Mrs. de  Pencier.    Covers were laid for twelve.
���    ��    ���
Mrs. .1. Stillwell Clute was the hos-:
tess at the tea hour on  Wednesday.
Her guests included Mrs. J. R. Grant.
Mrs.  Charles  Seymour.  Mrs.   Barclay
Martin.  Mrs.  C. Worsfold.  Mrs.   Dob-,
eity, Mrs. Warren English  (Oakland),,
and  Mrs.  A.  Malins.
��� ���    ���
The Duo Decim club were the guests
of Miss De Wolf Smith on Monday aft-'
ernoon. The members present were
the Misses Brown, Miss Nora Armstrong, Miss Shildrick, Miss Marion
Martin, Miss Mm iei Cotton, Miss Alma Lewis, Miss Josephine Martin.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. G. Bruce Corbould entertained
the Sewing circle on Tuesday, this
being tlie first meeting of Hie season.
The members present were Mrs.
Doyle. Mrs. Ardagh. Mis. A. M. Malins, .Mrs. Percy Bole, Mrs. Doherty,
Miss Cotton, Miss Coibould and Miss
Martin.
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Vancouver is fortunate in havi.ig
such an organization as the Woman s
Musical  club.      Under its auspices a
1 concert was given i.i the Vancouver
Opera bouse on Thursday by Madame
JLehmann  and   her  quartet   of   fiist-
\class singes fiom London. "In a Persian Garden," which was most beautifully rendered, was a rare treat to
music lovers    Also the famous "Non-
, sense   Songs"   cycle   from   "Alice    In
I Wonderland." Among the number attending from here were Mrs. John
Brydges,  Mrs.  T.  It.  Pearson, Mrs. J.
:C. Diamond. Miss Alma Leamy anl
Mrs. J. Sti'lwell Clute.
I ���    ���    ���
Th..t   Westminster   people   appreciate good music was demonstrated on
'Monday evening, when the largest au-
Idience   of  the   season,   assembled   at
I the  Opera   house   to   hear  the   cele-
: brated Ladies' Welsh Choir.   The con-
|cert  was   under  the  auspices of  the
i Woman's Educational club, who have
been     instrumental    in    bringing    so
many   good   attractions   to   the    city.
Among   tlie  great   number   enjoying
tbe concert were Dr. and Mrs. Drew,
Mrs.   Watson,  Judge   and   Mrs.   Bole,
!.Mr. and  Mrs.  Major, Judge and  Mrs.
lloway,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Corbould,   Mr.
land  Mrs.  J,  J.  Jones,  Mr,  and   Mrs.
[Pearson,  Mr,  and  Mrs.  Diamond,  Mr.
and   Mrs.   T.   J.   Armstrong,   Mr.  and
Mrs. Curtis, Miss Drew, Miss Watson,
���Miss Leamy, Miss Corbould.
��� ���
One  of  the  jolliest  dances  of  the
season was given by a number of the
younger set, in St. George's Hall, on
: Friday evening.    The music was furnished by Major's orchestra and danc-
jing was enjoyed to a late hour. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Eddy, Mr,
land   Mrs.   C.   Balmer   McAllister,   Dr.
I and Mrs. Jones, Mr. and Airs   II. Erl-
1 moods,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  A.  Malins,  M.\
and  Mrs.  Diamond,  Mr. an.l Mrs. Ai-
dagb,  Mr.  and   Mrs.  Sutherland,   the
, Misses   Corbould,   Miss   Martin,   Miss
j Cotton,    Miss    Freeze,    Miss   Leamy,
:Mlst   MacGowan,   Miss    Owen,    Miss
] Josephine   Martin,   Miss   Lewis,   Miss
Alma  Lewis,   Miss  Peele,  Miss   Nora
j Armstrong, Mr. Cornwall, Mr. Gibson,
I Mr.  O'nrien,   Mr.  Celery,   Mr.    Kidd,
Mr.   Sperry,   Mr.   Smith   and   many
i others.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3Vi  to 25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Try a Want Ad.
will bring result!,
ln the News.    It
H   _���    ..m.m.  . ��� I  i._
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth  8t.,  New Westminster.
1 aS      \jnlJ7 JT \J J[\
THE JEWELLER
Trapp Block, Columbia St.,
New Westminster, B. C
Is forced to remove from the present premises ancl
is offering his entire stock at a Great Reduction,
Don't miss this opportunity, it means dollars to YOU.
Regular $1.23 Alarm Clocks 50c
Regular $1.00 to $1.50  Brooches. .25c
Collar Pins and Lace Pins, regular
$1.00 to $1.50 pair, Sale price,
pair     25c
Hat  Pins, regular $2.50 to $3.60. Sale
price    $1.00
llat Pins, regular 50c to $1.50. B tie
price (while they last) two ror.25c
Our regular $1.50 watch. Sale price
 ��� 7">"
Our regular $2.50 watch. Sale pi ice
 $1.25
Our Ladies' Special $1^.00 Coll Killed
watch, with 25 years' guaranteed
case, litted witli Waltham or Klgin
movement.     Sale   price $12.50
DIAMOND RINGS
Our live stone Diamond iii
��� ���   reg ilar
.. $7
Regular $65.00 Blue White
Wesselton
Diamonds.    Sale  pi ice
.... $ i
Regular  $29.00  Blue  White
We   eltoi
DiamondB.   Si.le price
$19.00
Regular $45.00 Blue White
\v>  Belton
Diamonds.    Sale  price
Regular $18.00  Blue White
.. .$:;:; 00
Wei Belt m
Diamonds.     Sale   price
$ 12 5
Just Arrived, a fine line of Ladies' Gold Umbrellas.   Reg. $12.00, sale price
$6.50.    Reg. $10.00, sale price $5.50.    Reg. $7.50, sale price $4.50.
WATCH    OUR    WINDOWS
FINE TAILORED GARMENTS FOR MEN
WE HAVE WHAT WE ADVERTISE
Differences In
Good Clothes
Few men realize that there is a difference, a
wide difference, in first grade clothes.
20th Century
Clothes
ara the finest first-grade clothes. Becausa
their every standard, in style fit, in tailoring,
in materials, is infinitely higher than any
others.
We Specialize Saturday cn 20th   Century
$20
SUITS and
OVERCOATS
and give you the finest range of Tweeds,
Worsteds and Serges ever shown anywhere to
choosefrom.
Just Opened a Big Range of New Ties,  50c
. i. PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
671 Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
v. ��� *r ;'.*i IRDAY
NOVEMBER   12,  1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
LADIES!
t
ess
WHy i��   out   of town   for  y��ur   TAILORED
COSTUMES  when you can g.t tire same   goods   and
the K��tJ^est" ��r*(le ��l cutting and workman.kip   fo
money at GALVIN'S.
Out line of Blue Serges is tine
Our $50 Suits are winners.
MAYOR []_W MAKES     Bank of Montreal
NEW YORK COPS CIVIL
ESTABLISHED 1817.
finest ever sliown.
GAL VIN,
46 LORNE STREET,
\e
LADIES and
MEN'S Tailor
w Westminster, B. C.
A regular meeting was held on Saturday, November 5,the reeve and all
members of the council being present.
The ti.unites of the last meeting
were read and approved Communica-
i tlons were received as follows:
A. Campbell Reddle, deputy provincial secretary, stating that Councillor Stride and T. Sanderson had been
I appointed   members   of   the    Central
Citizen  No Longer Exposed to Abuse
At   Hands of  Men  Who, Supposedly
Guard   Public   Peace.
��'.>J?n*im��,l��yi|
Who Said Xmas?
It is time to start on your Xm^s work. We have
iust received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    All in the Newest Designs.
The
A. J. BIRTCH
\\ hite House 617 Columbia Street
r
Eastertrook Milling  Company,
Eturne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL  .  $6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL    $7.00  per bbl.
TERMINAL |5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR >4.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR  ANI) PEED  MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
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BURNABY
Two acres, one block from Sixth streel
ed, containing ten  lots with lane to
highly cultivated, with fruit     trees,
car line on street being
back.    Lots 1, 2, 3,  1
strawberries,      chlel
etc.    Lots 6, T. S, 9 andln   have   light
ti  ideal  Investment   Price for the
one-!  Ird cash, balance 6, 12 and   IS  months.
���      rely on tei ins to be arr. nged.
i
clearing.     The   whole
ten  lots (6,000;  terms,
Lots    may  be sold
THE
POTS' TOT CO.,
LIMITED.
T. H. McCORMICK, Mgr. Real Estate Department.
: SEE OUR ORCHID WINDOW !
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ORCHID Perfam.s, Talcum Powder, Cold
Cream, Face Cream, Almond Cream
and get a Free Sample before they are all gone.
Myall's Drug Store \
*****  ���^rn  dv  r.D/vnllATE      *
Park  Provincial  Park board.
\V. S. Rose, honorable secretary
ward 2. Ratepayers' association, re-
cinestlng the chairman ol the Bq.rd
of Works and thc reeve to meet representatives from their association to
measure rock at stid Creek; lefer'red
to Councillors sti ide, Coldicutt and
the reeve,
A further letter war received requesting a copy of Councillor Colili-
cutt's reporl on the Douglas road.an-3
reply was to be sent thai same coul'.l
be Inspected on the minutes of the
Board  of   Works.
G. L. Matyear and C. F. W. O'Neil,
wrote requesting hums from the Sinking Fund, which were referred to the
Finance Committee.
W II. Keary, Man. Sec. R. A. & I.
society acknowledging grant ot (250;
Reet Ived and filed.
Dr. Spencer superintendent ot Temperance and Moral Reform sent list
of recommendations in regard to
amendments to Municipal Clauses
Act. Referred to delegates to convention to deal with.
.1 Mahony, requesting names ct
owners of pure bred anl giade stallions in the municipality. Referred
to Councillor McGregor.
A. B. Smith, requesting sidewalk
on Brantford road, and complaining as
to condition of Dalhousie road. Referred to the councillor for the ward
and the engineer.
Petition from T. B, Thomas requesting extension of Roberts road to
Po'e Line road. Referred to Board cf
Works.
Krnest Whittaker. requesting road
to block 1, I). L. 209. Rel'e.red to
Councillor McKee and the engineer
W.  H. IJ.
water flowing on to his property from
the Jubilee road.    Referred  to Councillor   Rumble  and   th.e   engineer   to
meet Mr. Ladner.
J. A. Pringle and others petitioning
tor sidewalk on the Pryce road. Referred to Councillor Rumble and the
enj Ineer.
li C. Patterson and others request-
li tour-fool cross plank sidewalk on
,Maia road. Received and filed, and
clerk to reply that it was the imen-
'ti: a of the council to construct same
as far as the postolllce.
The report of the engineer with ref
erence to Councillor Co'.dicultt's report was received. On motio n of
Councillor Hill, seconded by Councillor McGregor, was ordered to be tiled.
The following recommendations to
the Union of B. C. municipalities were
ordered to be presented by the dele-
cat' s from the council,
i 1, Resolved that the council recommend the election of the municipal
council before two years, half the
council seeking re-election each year,
the mayor or leeve being elected annually.
2. Resolved that the council, recommend more equalization of the
franchise by enabling purchasers under agreement of sale having an
equity of $100 and heing a bona fide
resident to vote, providing always
that the registere.l owner shall waive
his right to vote In writing.
3. Resolved that the school board
be empowered to levy and collect
their  own   funds  by  taxation.
-I. Resolved that the Provincial
government be held responsible for
the maintenance of the main roads
under a suitable body to he appointed
for the purpose.
Tenders were ordered to be called
for $70,000 sidewalk and $10 000 waterworks debentures'to be in by . p.
m. on Thursday, 24th. The clerk was
Instructed to write the Provincial government asking for an appropriation
of $1(1.1100 towards the Houndary road.
The clerk repotted that appllca-
tl ins had been received for the ppsi-
(ion of issistant clerk, and ie.'oin-
luondod the appointment of P. W.
Ferguson. On motion of Councillor
[Stride, seconded by Councillor Coldicutt. it wtis resolved that Mr, Ferguson be appointed assistant clerk at
a salary of $80 per month.
The question of an appointment for
two assistants in the assessor and
collector's otlice. was referred to the
Finance committee, with power to act,
and the appointmenl of assistant engineer to the Hoard of Works.
The Hoard of Work's report was referred to the next  meeting.
New York. Nov. 11.���Mayor Oaynor
has done little less than wonders in
instilling into the minds of Ne.v
York's policemen a few of the ideas
that he thinks ought really to he incorporated into a sort of "Municipal
Handbook of Etiquette for Cops," and
published and distributed to the city's
"finest." llo has been working prac-
tlcally ever since he litis been in office to imbue the policemen with a
proper idea of what is coming to the
average taxpayer and citizen upon
whom the said policemen must depend
for their salaries. And as has been
wondrously  successful.
He has succeeded in convincing the
average man of the squa 1 that while
there may he something of a loss of
rhetorical force, yet there i-; a ieal
gain in theoretical beauty in using t'.ie
expression: "Will you kindly nunc
on," rather than saying: "(let aul of
the way here, you lumphead, D'ye
think the city's maintaining a rest
cure sanitarium on this corner for
your especial benefit."
He also has persuaded a large number of the s iiiad that it is no longer
considered good form In the higher
official circles for a policeman to beat
an unoffending citi/.en over Hie head
with his club merely to find out
whether the dealer who sold it to
him was telling th.e truth when ho
guaranteed the club to do the business.
These improvements have been
most noticeable in the new conduct of
the policemen, but there still seems to
be one little point cn which Mayor
Gaynor has been unsuccessful, and
that is of reforming the playful habit
of many of the "cops" to indulge in a
little airy persiflage with citizens
whose  senre of  humor  has  not   yet
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world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
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I aud Interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over   $180,000,000.00
PAGE THREE.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
wfflce 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Pfeooa 1l��
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   >
any part ot Uie city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
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NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-
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~   passengeis and freight as follows:
_. J    Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
j Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
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of
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been  developed  to so  fine  a degree
Ladner. with "reference to as thKl of ,he offlc6r on the ,,eat- 0ne
of the latest persons to fail to understand and appreciate this playful
attitude on the part of a policeman
was 11. J. Mackler, of San Juan,Porto
Rico.
The  fact  that.  Mackler came   from
tlie southern island and was not acquainted with the amusing tendencies
of   New   York   policemen,   may    have
been   accountable   for   ids   misunderstanding   of   them.       Anyway,   when
Mackler v. as robbed of ht3 "roll" at
Broadway and Forty-second street, he
thought it might not be inappropilate
to c T.fide his troubles to the nea;e.-t
policeman.       This   he    Ml.   but     **���<*.
welcome with  which  the  information
was received, he late declared,  ��...
in tlie extreme, most puzzling.
"After I had told the policeman I
had been robbed I asked him what I
should do." explained Mackler.
"To this he replied: "Go soak your
head."
"Then, when I remonstrated with
him at such a remark, he merely said:
'Beat it. beat it: get into the subway
while your legs are good.'
"Then'language was somewhat   unintelligible to me,' continued the Porto
Rican, "because we do not use   such
expression  at   home���at   least,  a  po-.
liceman would never use them toward I
a  citizen.      Nevertheless   I    took   it ;
that he meant I should enter the sub-]
way and take a car at once.   And as
a   mutter  of  fact,   that   was   exactly
what I did. for while I had been robbed, yet the loss of the money was
nothing  to  be  compared  to  the   humiliation  to   which   the   officer    was
subjecting  me.      His remarks   really
grieved me far^nore than did the loss
of my gold."
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Many People who have
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The Bank of Toronto
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Interest is paid cn Savings
Balances V.a {-yearly. :: ::
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For all kinds of
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Phone  695
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EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
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-L MY  PIMPLES GONE.
Girl
ihat nan compare
household   remedy
wiih   this   .re.t
for every  kind of
Tells How a  Blotchy  Skin Wa* skin trouble.
Cleansed by a Simple Wash. ,    D. t>. I' \-* i''1"'""" "' ".'
1 Will   ashamed of my face." writes
; Minn:,, p.lckard. of Altamashaw.
perfectly
delicate   skin.
"II
bui after
'  all lull of pln.pl.8 and scars,
using EJ. 1). I). Prescription
'",1   ���) that now there Ib no sign of
. "* Kl-< ma, and tltut was three years
ago."
,v D' D, has become so famous as n
���"' and Instant relief In eczema and
,/' ��tl'-er Be Ious skin diseases, that
f v��l ie Is sometimes overlooked in
,'',"llr- UP rash, pimples, blackdieads,
"'"i all Qth<
Untitles.
11" fncl is, thai while IV D. D. Is
1 fenetratlng Hint it strikes to the
'''>' root  of eczema    or any    other dent,
,!',.'"'������' trouble, the   soothing Oil   of B. M
^"I'wgreen, Thymol    and other
,','''"'">�� arc so carefully compounded ford,
'    :   "" wash for tiie skin  made uuu,
harmless to the most
^"absolutely reliable. Write the
li d D Laboratories, Dept. N. M., 4��
Colborne street. Toronto, for a free
ntid  prove  Its wondeitul
Canada   Monthly   for   November.
As bctits a western publication, the
Canada Monthly tor November, has a
good article on I). D. Mann, of C. N.
it. fame, under the caption of "The
Man Who Does a Day's Work." lt is
written by Augustus Bridle, who himself has done a da:'s work ere tbis,
and is otherwise well-ttUed to write
of his hero of the broad axe. But the
remainder of the West is not forgotten either, and in "Farming in the
Happv   Isles"  the  eastern   leader   is
Local  Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that it is desirable to carry out the following works,
that is to say.
To construct cement concrete sidewalks, paved roadway, boulevards,
and storm sewers on Third Stieet
from Royal Avenue to Sixtli Avenue.
And that the said work shall be
carried out' in accordance with the
provisions of the "Local Improvement  General  By-law  I'.tn'.i."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having leported to the Council In accordance with tbe provisions
of the sai I by law upon the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to lie chargeable
against the various portions of teal
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars, and the
said reports of the said City Kngi-
neer and City Assessor having been
adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the
said reports are open for inspection
at the ofllce of the city assessor, city
hall, Columbia stieet, New Westminster, p. Ci; and that un'ess a reti-
tdon against the proposed woiks
above mentioned signed by a ma jo -
Ity of the owners of the 1 ind or leal
property assessed or charged ln respect   of   such    works, representing
For  rates,  berth  reservations, etc
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G.
T. H. LARKE. N. P. C. P. A..
(UO Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
N. R.
T.  P.
Morrison
Phone C24.
J. H. Taylor
LABOR AGENTS
Gold Watc'aes for L*d��<* from ��12-/5
���P.
Silver Watches,
96-00.
'    Silver Watches, gente' open
$7.50 up.
Agent   for   Waltham   �������    R��_.n
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
' Two Doors from Geo. Adama* Grocer.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital Paid Up   $5,000,000
Reserves    $5,900,000
every  kind.  Prompt
orders.     Contracts
Supply help of
attention   to   all
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.      New Westminster
B.C.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527  Front St.. New Westminster.
Phone 550.
The Bank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island: also in
Porto Itieo. Bahamas, New York
and   London,  England.
Correspondents ln all parts
of tbe Globe, thus affording
everv Hanking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
Manager.
trial  bottle,
^"'.UANK MACKENZIE!, Druggist.
treated to a charming glimpse of the at leatet bne^ialf tn value thereif 1-
plmples, blacl
inor forms of skin lm-
A|berni   Liberals   Elect
Alberni.  Nov.  11.���Al   B
the Alberni Liberal
in Brand's hall
the following
President,  C,
Officers,
meeting of
association, held
on Wednesday night,
offlcerB were elected:
p,  Bishop;
by   some   rather
This far northern
no
vice presl-
rohn ,.i���g. secretary-treasure"',
Whyte.    Executive committee-
Qeorge
ford, 11
\\
Forrest, G. A. Smith, J. Red-
Hills, J. C. Calhoun, J. R. Mo-
Uilicason, VV. McAllister.
I Gulf of Georgia and Its islands. Best
[of all, perhaps, Is Katherine Hughes'
tale "t her travels in the Peace IMvcr
country; Illustrated
line photographs
land bas all the I'asclnati in of the half
explored, nnd lt Is safe to predict that
not a few readers of Miss Hughes' experiences wlll be "s'lnglng the camp
kit over" next spi lng as a direct resu.t
thereof. The usual llctlon. some
bright, snappy verse, and a number of
good illustrations round out the issue, which Is altogether a good example of home-grown magazine l.ter i-
ture.
i i
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
presented .to the Council within til'
teen days from the date of the first
publication of this notice the Council will proceed wit'.i the proposed
Improvements under s:icb terms and
conditions as to the payment of the
cost of such improvements us the
Council may by by-law in that behalf regulate- and determine and also
to make assessment.
Dated this 8th day of November A.
D., 1910.
W. A.  DUNCAN,        i
City Clerk,    i
Date  of   first  publication  the   Oth t
day of November, 1010. I
NEW
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JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box J4S.
Office, Front St., Foot of SU����.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER
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Corner   of    McKenale   and    Victoria
Streets.
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SATURDAY,   NOV��
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THE     BRITISH      ���'���'-���'���-   -v1-'; \t  .c;>
CONF E -" - N .':
The   c "' ���"' -'   -' ;"      :    ': * ���"
tatives          .    - ' les In
Gre t   ]                ���- ���' :  -'s- w>   - ���
I  ,         se of Lords -    ������   ���       The
I   - ....   v     . - ,;0       bj
r ��� - ia   the   I Mowing
terms        .   . arence  which   has
been !        - i - ������   constitu-
i i     ndment h is rome to an end '
_ ��� it ai. ' a! ��n agreement.' j
Tl 1= i onf< rem ��� as I een much discussed ever since the day of its tnstl-
tuti n sorae months ago, and a great
deal was expected to result from it on
both side*. All was fair sailing until
a few days ago, when a rumor gained
ground that all attempts to arrive at
an agreement had faded. The confirmation of this by the premier's
���statement lias caused quite a consternation throughout  the country.
The object of the conference was to
find a  peaceful solution to the   diffi-
i
culties wliich ensued i:pon the   rejection  of  the budget   of   1908   by   the
House  of Lords.    The cry   of   Lloyd
George and the extreme section of the
Liberal party was for the entire abolition of the hereditary chamber.  But
the more moderate men of the party
counselled a mere restriction of    the
lords' veto powers.   Many members of
the Unionists party, both within and
without the House of Lords admitted
that some kind of reform was necessary to bring the upper chamber more
into consonance with modern requirements.    Then, following the elections
���of last year, the Asquith government
became pledge) to curtail'the legislative functions of the upper chamber.
The  whole question  became tlie subject   of   general   discussion   over   the
country and a condition of latter strife
had been reae'ied at the time o'i the
death cf King Kdward.
This lamentable circumstance served to stay the contest and it was
eventually agreed to endeavor to effect some general agreement upon
C. e question at issue by the appointment of a joint committee of the two
parties, including Premier Asquith
and Mr. Balfour, leader of the Unionise. With the original question of
the House of Lords veto there recently became associated some attempt to settle the vexed question on
Irish home rule, and it was expected
that the conference would succeed in
satisfactorily disposing of the difficulties connected with this problem.
So far no cause for failure of the
conference has beea given officially.
lt is rumored, however, that the com-
jo-iMon of the joint committee cf both
iiouses to aljust future difficulties wu
the point upon which the conference
ne nations fell to pieces. This notwithstanding it is not .t all improbable that the incorporation of the
Tone rule question with the original
subject of reference ha.s heen i.n some
measure responsible for the negative
result now announced,
The failure of these lengthy nego-
tl ��� ons has brought about a Btrong
' ItJ al crisis. What Mr. Asquith
will do now remains to be seen. He
Is 1 ound by pledges given a few
months aro to go to the country upon the House of Lords question. But
in slew of the coronation festival fixed for nexl .lune a general election at
the beginning of tlie year would be
\ery unpopular, and the count:/ might
resent this forcing of issue by returning the Unionists to power. The premier's position Is certainly a trying
���one.
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On Shoes
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We sell MENS' Fine Shoes
Cheaper than any other concern in Canada
Where can you beat these Prices ?
Men's Heavy Chrome Male Bluchers, made double
Viscolized soles to the heels, leather lined and
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Our To-day's price is $5.00
Men's Tan Grain Bluchers���a Waterproof Oil tanned
Boot.      To-day's price $3.50
Man's Patent Leather "Broadway" Boots, No. B,
Pointed and Broad Lasts $4.00 and 4.50
See us for Mens' $3.5o
Goodyear Welt Boots
We're strong on
Men's Prospector Boots
Men's 14 inch top Black Mule Prospectors. Our
" Prince Rupert Boot " $4.95
Men's 15 inch top Brown Mooschide Prospector, made
with strap and buckles. Our " Fort George "
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Men's 12 inch Tan Mulehide Boot, solid throughout,
and waterproof $4.50
Men's Heavy "Fish Grain" double sole, waterproof
working boots $3.50
Men's Milwaukee black grain work boots, a boot
worth$4.00.    Our to-day's price $3.00
Our " Port Mann" Special for the working man. An
8 inch top, brown moosehide, absolutely waterproof boot S3.50
Men's Box Kip Welted Boots-all the fashionable
shapes. Our "Broadway " Shoes���equal to other
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Bargains on
���    Ladies' Shoes
Strong Shoes
for School Girls
See our special display of women's bcots, sorted out
on our Bargain Tables :
Women's 4.00 boots today    $3.00
Women's 4.00 waterproof today $2.95
Women's 4.50 Patents, today $3.50
Women's 1.75 House Slippers $1.25
Iron Clad Boots for Boys
We pay particular attention to School Shoes for Girls.
Ask   for our "Classic" Custom   Grade Shoes.
They eive great satisfaction.
Prices from   $1.25 to 2 50
Boy's heavy school boots, double soles and rivetted
bottoms, regular 2.75 boots.    Today's price 2.00 pair
See our Leckie Hand-made Waterproof Boots for Boys.
Youth's School boots, sizes 10 to 13, handmade,. .$1.75 pr
See the great window display of Upper Leathers
Direct from the Fraser River Tanneries, Limited.
For   Gum   Boots,   Rubbers,   Etc.,   See   Our   Lines.   We   Have   the   BEST   Made
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in The " Cross Shoe"
The sweilest Shoes made in the United
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GENTLEMEN ask for the
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BOOT.    We can supply
them   in Black and tan
The Place, Remember,  is
Johnston's Big Shoe House. Limited.
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster B.C.
Fine apartment house site close -.0
business district, $2,600; $900 cash,
balance over  '_'  years.
We hare sorre of tho choicest lot3
in the West End Industrial district.
These will advance rapidly Is value
fiom now on.    Kasy term8 arrang ed.
If you think of building a house or
a business bloek consult our extensive list of unimproved property in
the city and district.
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TO LEASE���Fruit and Confectionery Store, buke oven on premises,
good location, on Columbia stieet,
good opening for man of small means.
We have some choice residential
sites In the new cement walk district
nt  very reasonable prices uud tonus.
Modern . room house close in, OD
large lot, with best heating and
plumbing;   .1,000.    Good terms.
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5PORT5
I-^^\ctrfitCD  FOR
puRSE ��F REpEAT  OF  BIG  FROST
REALLY IMS SOMETHING ;
TO ENTfHHOlJSEOFLOBDS
Denver.
lEdson il
1 Wins
]0    Nov,  11.���Chai les  M.
promoter  aspires  to
������ ,nl���   another  "battle  of  the
i'1.1,"1   |l(.    u    endeavoring    to
gjjiitui*       ���     d Johnson and if be
"!"len'!���,,,.i   he   has    at     least
There Are  Heavy Fees to Be  Paid by
Recipients  of Titles  in  Great
Britai
Johns
��� ������""?".: ..,>ed
[100.00" �� b ,    condition  Is that
, e1    away.      Wire   lm.
!��� : ���"     . ���(1 |  will come on to make
. edr''1'1'  '     ,.
I., �� '  ' here are considering
���  Sport" ilaUon and Bpeculat-
|M Co ,: reason behind it.
I in. Bs
theli
offlce
Ei,n��n ci Nanaimo, Signs to Fight.
N     u o  Nov.  U.-Lee  Mansen ol
,.;.'.        ���    several    weeks  ago
n round draw with Torn
��� - 1Ver, lasl night signed
'���      fl,    |   fifteen   round   contest
, Batman \*   Wilkes of the Egerla.
,,all for straight  Marquis
clean break, five-
fcrtleles
^^^^^^
les
'   ��� ,   men to weigh  in at
fe ���  ntest    is to be
,. Athletic club arena
.   the nlghl of December
'.  j , ecelpts heing divided 60
pay pretty hea\ lly for
peerage in .stamps duties, Crown
fees, and home offlce fees���the
total in each case running Into several hundi ed pounds, and all l< es are
ci llected sti icily in advance.
A viscount is charged $2200 for the
stamp duties, crown offlce fees anl
home offlce fees,
A viscount is, of course, tlie fourth
degree ln the British peerage, the
in.-i being a duke, whose rank Is In-
ferlor only to prince of r.oyal blood.
After a duke con.es a marquis, and
then an eai I.    Viscount was anclenl
the name ol  him who held the
ollice under an eat
ing  often
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cent, to the
. ��� , ��� .  losei
winner   and   40   | "i
Fraser Valley  Football Cup.
;���  \..������ tsford   Football   club  has
���ben ii'ac..   tl ���   custodian of a silver
,,,_,     |P,   the    donor   -if   which
��jbeg  . . ���   al|     organized     f othall
thi   Fraser Valley be Invited
pete for Its possession.   All In-
rel (tive   to   the  conditions
��� .    which   the   matches     must   he
rlaed may be had from I). \V. Turn-
[    secretary, at Abbotsford.
Racing   Season  Opens,
in Francisco, Nov. 11.���The racing
..... ��� ��� [er the auspices of New
California Jockey cluh. will open at
.... -ack tomorrow with an
ittfa tive card.
^^^ chic
^^^^^^ Tlie latter I
it court, the viscount was
liis deputy to look after the affairs of
the countrj In the reign of Henri
VI. I he 111 le becan e a degree ol honoi.
and   was  made  hereditary.
The coronation robes of a viscount
are the Bame as an earl's, with the exception that 1k> has only two and a
hall rows of ermine; his cap is the
same, and the golden circle of liis cor- r
onet  Is surmounted by sixteen sliver ���"
halls.
The robe of a viscountess has two
and a hall Inches of miniver, and two
and a half bars of ermine, a yard and
a quarter train, while the coronet is
the  same  as  her  husband's.
A duke has to pay fees amounting :
j $4oi��ii, whilst a marquis has to pay j
3400, and an earl a sum of $2800,
W'e are daily opening up new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., over exhibited in New Westminster.
Now is the time to choose thai  article for an  Xmas present.
We will put goods awaj for you until you want them.
Call and examine our Btock now. when it is complete.
Ball  and  Longine Watches.
THE
JEWELER
Ager.ts  for   Howard,
Chamberlin's
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4 i
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New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18'/_ Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF. ,
VICTORIA and   SEATTLB,2:00 p. m. Saturdays.
PRINCE RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays.
STEWART and QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS���S. S. Prince
Albert leaves Prince Rupert-'on arrival of S. S. Prtnce Rupert for
Stewart, and for Queen Cbarlotee Clly, Pacofl and Moresby Island
ports at 10:0o p. m. Thursdays; and for Port Simpson, Kincolith and
Masset at 10:00 p. m. Mondays.days.
Solid     vestibule     trains     of  coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago,   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   Niagara   Falls,   New  York, Toronto,  Montreal,  Portland,  Boston, etc.    Longest douole track  railway
under  one   management  on  the American  continent.
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial  Agent.
Telephone  7100.    527  Granville Street,   Vancouver.    Telephone  3060.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
t(
and I believe that a site I.i Queen':'.
Bhould say west of the exhibition buildings���would be better. 1
have no wish, however, to lie dogmatic; this letter is merely suggestive
Alderman Jardine is puzzled by the
action of tlie ratepayers. They refused to vote money lor park improvements, making it appear that
they do not want the park as a park:
and then they refused to give a site
MEAT IS
HIGH
A baron gets off with a mere $1800        t, k (0 Ule nospital. making it
In fees���quite enough, however, for an ,r that lhev d0 want the park,
empty title, especially if the house of "pv ^ w;)n( the hospital, and they
lords   Is   soon  to  be   abolished   alto-' **aa
get her.
The coronation robes of a baron
have but two rows of ermine; in other
respects they are tiie same as tliose
E. N. Sutherland H. V. Ardagh
JPartnen*^^
Sutherland & Ardagh
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agts.
Stocks  bought an.i  sold  on  the Vancouver and Eastern  Exchanges.
Port Mann Specialists
Rooms   10  and   11,  Guichon  Blok,. Ntaw Westminster.
Over  Annandale's  Store.
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
want a good, up-to-date, efficient hospital. There can he no doubt about
that, At no time has New Westminster heen lacking in public spirit and
King   Charles   II.
Aviator Seriously Injured.
Belgium,  Nov.  11.���A\ la-
l.tor Petei    fell  while making a Blghl
> an.l was critically  injured.
Aviator  Defeat!  Kacehorse.
Va.,   Nov.   IJ.--.).   C.   Mais.
I : . a   byplane.  yesterday   after-
��� ���  ted  Southern Hoy, a race-
lu a i lie race.
MARKET
REPORT
I   other   peers      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
granted a coronet to the barons, who
until hls   otgn wore only
of uold.    It  i>. formed with six silver
lulls   at   equal   distance on a circle ,
of uold bordered with ermine.
A baroness has two indies of miniver and two bars of ermine    on her
i coronation robe, which has a train a
yard long.    She wears a coronet the
���same as that of a baron.
It will be remembered that when
Lord Roberts was made an earl, he
strongly   objected   to   paying  the  bill
i civic pride.
Now it seems to me that the mat-
a plain circle I *er m^ht be adjusted by adopting a
suggestion  which  has been discussed
in   my   presence  more  than  once  of
late,  but   which   I   have  not   seen   In
print. It is simply that the city should
'lease a site to    the hospital  instead
of  giving  one.    1  certainly  sympathize strongly with those who object to
the giving away of municipal property.      But there is  by  no  means the
same ohjection to leasing it, even fo:
a term long enough to justify tbe hos-
strongly   objected  to  paying  the  biU l'Illtai'putting up buildings sufficiently
of  more  than  $8750  with   which   he *   d f     tlie purpose.    Let the condi-
was  presented.	
The reason why the fees were CTn
siderably   In  excess  of  those  quoted :
above was that, having no son to sue-'
eee 1 him, he wanted to have what  is
called   a  "special    remainder"   to    his
daughters.    "Al  "extras"  of this   de-
daughters.     All "extras" of this    de-
In  addition  to all the  fees enumerated   above,   there   are    many    more
newly Hedged    peer
Je made; ^	
1. That the city reset ve a reasnnv
ble part of its money {rant to secure
| the proper improvement of the
grounds, the money to he paid out.
j from time to time as that work prog-
' resses.
2     That    such    arrangements     he
mir'e as shall secure the sale of the
i present   site to  tha greatest possible
advantage.
The flrst condition would ensure an
oul   weather     yesterday    marred and notepaper, and, lf
Btfcat had every indication or being a
:. ��� t ela irket. The produce was
there i I the vendors were there, but
III Heather proved to be too m��''"
(j>r the pun hasers and only the most
faithful ol them were present.
The y. irkel had no features much
'.:������:      ���   ordinary.      For   the  flint.
I charges    that  a
ImuBt  pay before he takes his seat In
Ithe  house of lords.    There ls the li-'     '"V "'*" ' ,"," .. , .
i    _     ,     ,, .. , addition to our available park groun.ls
cense for tlie coronet on his carnages ., ,.,   ,   .       . ,.
-       xt-f_.   sooner than we are likely to get lt <n
^^^^���   inv   other   way;   the   second    would
the expensive coronet anu roues *��� u>a ���    ���  ,.    ��� .      ...    ,,      ,,_������ .i.i   ���,..u
..    . Ipractically   solve  the   financial   prob-
now   dignity. . ,ik;h  Jg nQW      177llnE, the   hos.
t   mav    however,  be  whispered   in    ,. , .       j    _j ��, _    ���,.��� ,,* ���i.��� ,��� ���
1 i pital board aad the council also to a
 *������      r.r,m*.     nna.  I1 ...��.,,
certain extent, as that body, I believe,
fully feels that lt must share the re-
confldence, that nol  every peer pos
sesses his own coronet and robes. Jn
the   case   of   the   older    families,    of,1""-   ""'�� *"~ " - - ,
i ���.,._���    ,_��� mm      ,. -     r.A    .     ii    sponsbility for the success of a pub
course,   these   are   treasured    family  ,,    .    ... ;,      ,,,     ,,     .      ,. ,
v~i_i- ..    ��, .. i- .i      ���       �� .i    _       I He  institution  like the hospital, even
heirlooms, but in the case of the new-  ..       , ..       .       .  . .
i   ���     .,     ,   ,,   ,   . .���      . though another board  has charge.
er  creations,  they  have  heen  known       ,     .     ,, . .      ���   .*   . .^    ,
  '       .     , ,      '    i        i i    j  ,     .i i    Again,   t Is easy to see that the . I.-
��m�� i to be borrowed or hired  for the oc-  , .        , ,       ,       , ,.
��"e ln i onths  butter  showed signs  riS|���n ���������*��� away of a piece of park   might
* fluctuating  m  price,    and   it  was J    Some people seem to think that the  ciu'Be  "ur   ^iT^ iLllf  ?
_,,.*,, , I., ,,, , ,   . ..     ,, ...    and call us anything but blessed, un-
-     ai  au  advance of one to Ave British   peers   habitually    wear   their in ^      ���  R      ���A   get of
<��U on  the  prices    that   have  pre- ����ron��ti In the house of lords or on M       fl   foo]g/.    But       lpase   ,���  an.
Wed since last tall \T     ,OC(,ilsion,s    Aa 1V '"a tPr of fact; I other matter altogether.   In a word, it
,, *"��� the only occasions on which peers put ;  ,���   , ���,.ij���,  _,k�����   .���,..  k^ ��.i ��rf
����U de710^ ��� ����� tendency on thes, symbol, are at a state {or-ffij^SS S&'S ?�����
Jtodlne   In   price.     This   was   no- ona ion of a sovereign, or wh*a they nnd   ^ ^   flnal ,
ti����M,  i���,_  ,���   fhn  Mge    of    pork, wiih to have their portrait t.aln ed or\v     . of ^ matte_ tQ a ,. of
o be photographed in state AI flltlir<! eeneratlon_the pe0P,. of a
few   years  ago  a  newlv   created   vl��-l .. fl rlph.r N>w WestnllnB,er-
connt was so fond of his coronet thnt; hQ wj��� h_ ln much ,ietter ���ion
he had It emblazoned on everything��� L.   h        th s,te for a      at
even his luc'tage The result was that b���0 ho8pItal nnd who wl��� a,B0 ,,e
when traveling in Spate..he was mis- ^uch better nUp flnanolally, to han-
taken r<^r the Prtnce cf Wales. j(Uo thp m_ttei. thnn we are
make ,    T))(r jettWi ag j t,-vo Sili ^ j9 merely
suggestive.     I   hot'O   tlie   suggestion
Why Not Use FISH
SALT
OOLICHANS
Very Tasty.
21bs. for 25c
Smoked Halibut
and Kippers
Daily
ac   in   price.
ticeably  true  In  the  *.n*��    ���������     *��� u
'ftieh anld yesterday Rt twelve ceiivSi.
R pound, the lowest price It has reach-
ii for ���: any wooks.
Eggs ��� alntalned their winter price
Italt, a though both the supply aud
demand were good.
Potat . again sliowed the signs of
advnn [n ��� winter by souring a couple
otdolla a ton. They sre now sellins
��l 126 per ton and lt begins to appeal        If  there would  bo  no repeti-
Uon oi lasi year's tragedy, when the
farmers 1 old on to the potatoes until
ae a drug on the market
ind were, lu some cases, almost a
total lo  ��� to the producer.
There was a good supply Of heel,
''�� II ' , all sold. Of lamb and mut-
' ' there was a good supply, all Belling readllj     in all lines of poultry the
-million*   wi.-a   nbnut    as    usual,   al-
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
i:
For B long time fie could not
out why he was treated with such ex.
;i nd    charged
traordlnary ceremony
such wonderful prices It waR only
when the mayor of a ee'til'i town proposed to offer hlm an address that the
mystery came out.
A boronel has to pav $1470 fov the
privilege  of   seeing
his name and
will  receive
Xew  Westminster,
11, L010,
consideration
CIT17.KN
C., November
H.
"hart
"sir'
be
In   f-ont
ulnd it.
of
MAY
ARRF-ST
FOR
DOCTOR
VIVISECTING
DOG
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of  tke   Best
Bidders  Hardware in tkis City.
Before Building See Us, ae we   believe   we   can  save   you
money." Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
f| J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
i
i
Ions  were  ahout   as   usual,   ��i-;  rhlcngo surgeons
though the price showed a tendency     Chicago. Nov, u. ,mal8 ln the
The good birds brought  good   Wl,0  use the  Kni< ^��
PHcea   ,nd  were much    in    demand, medlca1  clinics belng ne'
while the vendors    seemed    to have the congress oi  *���'>_   ..
:!"' difficulty in getting rid of theirh,ere place tbemseive
supply. I rest  foi
''' "te   was  a  gool   supply  and "le-  Kraiise,
m;i"tl for apples, and all varieties of cruelty soc
Additional Locals
Samuel  '1   Shannon, of Clover lale
!���,,; been appointed a Justice e
peace.
dally   for
In   sessl in
liille   to    tu-
crnelty,  according  to    Hugo
superintendent   cf  th<i   Antl-J
lety.   "It Is announced that
Virginia Uarned. one of the leading
actresses ot America, will be seen a
the Opera house In "The Woman He
Married" on  Wednesday evening.
Delta Corporation sued   defendant fori
$1903.75 for dyking taxes dating from |
1902, the defense being that  the mu- j
Dlclpallty acted ultra vires ln pissing
the  dyking  bylaws  under  which  the
mo, I taxes   were   levied.     Defendant   also
the I presented a counter claim, and   Chief'
Justice   Hunter's   decision   dismissed j
the latter and gave judgment for the
l-latntiffs.    Sir  Charles  Hibbert  Tupper, K. C, ls acting for appellant, and
W. J. Taylor, K. C, for the   respondents. ,. >.,!���,. ,mi
��� I
ErRi. retail,
of a dog
a clinic
unlv-
achool   tomorrow "  said
j a.,, going to bethel e.
Correspondence
"m'i ror apples, and all  varieties oi   rjruem ��*>*���'    ��� ff     lou ,
f"0tahles were well represented and  a surgeon "IU cui
s^ well. land then sew It on .*t   np       ,
'""f. hlndquarton, per Ib....8 to 9, to ho held at the Northwest
|:""'   rorequarterB   per lb 8 to 7c gjty   Medical
Mutton,  per  lb    '         13c  Mr. Kratise.
;'."!. large, per lh 8 to 9c|
"''  medium, per lb llc
Pork. prime, per Ib -*-2��
wholesale, per doz ',r>0
. retail, per doz 60��
1,1,|ci'. wholesale, per lb 80 to "Ke
i"""!'. retail, per ih 36 to 40c
,"��<  rer doz., live V to *9
^nkkens, per doz., live $5 to $"
wollera, per doz .1 to ��B
;ir1^. rer do;. W*
potatoes, rer ton   ��2B
S"lon8, ier sack    ��2
'Ornloa, per sack    7Bc
J^rots, per aack   51
""'"   wholesale, per box...75c to $1
per box   75c to ��l-25
eluded among those present "ere^Mr
na/am   ��������� -"_;���~:c���Ara* land Mrs. J. Armstrong, Mr
Roman  Catholic cathedral" ana mi��. ^
,The Dally News
for the opinions expre
mgpondents.l    ^	
^,TAL   QUESTION
THE
T^.e the round trlfl on the Fraser
riw on Saturday.   Steamer Transf��..
eHves Hrackman-Ker's    wharf    ��   1
pm<   Return fare &o cents.
���h hnranr In the Interests oflclu.ded
gtApS2  Roman  Catholic cathedral |��.d^M
5,ni h�� held In St. Patrick's hall on
will be held in proceeds
November 2,1, *i ������ �����> ��� .
���r the enterprise being applied to the
0 1 K���Vn^ raised for the purchase
Tl Se organ for the cathedral.
K,f' e and ontests of various kinds
Um)t,,sp()ns.b.e|SPbe,.nc���,ded among the attrac
iBSed by Its cor-j tlons.
At the residence of Captain Goss,
119 St. Patrick street, a party of
friends gathered yesterday to spend
the evening In social Intercourse,    ln
decision   to    reserve
1 *u...
APple.s,
Edlt0r,  Daily  News:
Str-1  agree W
tbat the pre"nal li"not a suitable
lumblan hospital is not a
^^^^      and Mrs.
L. C. Miles, Mr. mi Mrs. W. Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs.  Mark    Goss.    Mr. and
Mrs.   A.  Goss,  Mr.  and    Mrs.   R.   J
Scott, Mrs. and Miss Ellis, W. Moore
Mr.   and   Mrs.   R.  Goss,  all  of  Van
couver, they coming over In a special
car.    The  Westminster   guests   were
Mr. and Mrs, M. Honour, Captain and i
Mrs. Embree, Mr. and r.'rs. Alex Ma-
theson, Mr. and Mrs. Sayer, J. Lung- j
ford, Mrs. K. Burnett, Mrs. F. Rhodes,
 , Mrs. E. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. C.
Judgment Sutherland.   W. McClollan Moore, the
well-known entertainer of Vancouver,
*        ���     -���J
insurance
of All Kinds
I write every kind o? Insurance known. FIRE.
LIFE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.
_���*____________*
Strongest Companies
Lowest Rates Best Security
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
  the   decision   to   rB""r���   *��" wen.known entertainer of Vancouver
rh: those who thmk p-^^jsS^ta^SfSiSR'M* ��the'-s- 8"��',iiod tho mu8icu'and
ISfeKeRoyal C> -^u^e ^'tbeo, Iginal action the vocal Incidentals,
u not a suitable one, u.
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 PAGE BIX.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBEn I;
THINGS   ARE   MOVING   AT
1000 Yards of Floor
Oilcloth at 21c Yard
LEES LIMITED
THE BIG UNLOADING SALE OF $50,000-worth of Furniture,
Carpets, Linoleums, Oilcloth, Rugs Lace Curtains, and Thou.
sands of Items in Kindred Lines, Starts off with a Vim.
For Thirty Pays
Bring Your Cash
Tell Your neighbors and get in early for the good things.    Everything Marked in Plain Figures
Unloading
Prices
on
Den
Outfits
Unloading Prices on
H
Curtains and
Draperies
Phone 73
Get in early. " We Furnish Your Home Complete
716-718 Columbia St.
99
$20,000,000 A YEAR
LOST BV CUSTOMS FRAUDS
Government     Gets     $30,000,000     and
Should   Get  $50,000,000   at   New
York.
bee.i  between ?l,.0tf,000   ami   $3,000,-
	
Collector Loeb declined to comment tiie reported loss to the government, but sail that if the system was
detective it  would be removed.
Correspondence
.New York, Nov. ll ���Customs
frauds by smup. Iin. that total $-0.
000,000 a : ear are | erpetrateJ upon
government by dishonest citizens entei in. this port from abroad. That
was asseited by a prominent ofiicial in
the custom house. He figures that
the government receives $3ft,oou,noo
annually on goods declared or seized,
whereas it should get ?r,0,or��n,0(>0.
Collector Loeb has determined to
use everv possible effort to reduce
this staggering amount, but it is
l.ivuvn that he realizes the immense
difR6ulty nf the task. Still, he is aid-
e l by the recent announcement of
Judge Hand in the United States circuit court that hereafter he would Impose Jail sentences upon smugglers.
The contemptuous manner in whir))
I ersons continue to deceive the government was Instanced yesterday In
the case ni Miss Helen Jerrems, of
Chicagd; who failed io make declarations for wearing apparel valued at
.928. Miss Jerrems. when arraigned
before ��� Sl eciai Deputy Surveyor
Smythe, blithely declined that, she
"didn't think the regulations meant
anything serious."
Strength' is lent daily to the assertion of Collector Loeb that the Du-
yeen ease was a mere bagatelle compared with the bigger customs frauds.
Undervaluations that aggregate more
than S50,O00,000 nre being brought to
light by the customs authorities and
the ce- artmefft of justice. It is sail
Collect ir Loeb has enough evidence to
warrant criminal action against a
t���ore of wealthy Importers in this
clt-,
Regarding alleged oroirises of Immunity lo guiltv imro-lc is who duress and pay, Unite} States Attorney
Wise Is strongly opposed to such
clemency, He holds that where tho
evidence warrants arrests should ne
������nde nnd the .uilty Importers held
for trio] on criminal charges. He purposes to prosecute vigorously such
cases.
At I'e custom house today Jt was
asserted Importers of fruit at this port
t ave been favored by overpayments
In iei>a'es on duties on shipments re-
'-'-������ter] as decayed or unfit for market,
In the ease of lemons alone, it was
estimated unofficially that since (lib
McKinley tariff went Into effect the
loss of duties from this   source   had
(The Daily News is not responsible
ior the opinions expressed by its corespondents.)
FRASER    VALLEY      PROGRESSIVE
ASSOCIATION.
Editor. Daily News:
Sir���It was an auspicious time when
the meeting of delegates at New Westminster last Friday, unanimously resolved in favor of forming the Fraser Valley Progressive association.
The delegates represented important
municipal bodies, municipal councils
and boards of trade, and typified the
best thought of each section of tlie
great Fraser Valley. As they met with
power from their lespective bodies
only to discuss the matter and make
recommendations, the matter will be
referred back to these local bodies,
and will no doubt be heartily endorsed
by them, so that the movement wiil
receive the united support of every
Be'ction that might benefit by co-operative effort.
The benefit to be derived from sucn
co-operation is so obvious that ii hardly needs to be mentioned. By the
executive of such an association all
the matters affecting the welfare of
this great district will be .taken up,
and matters such as building roads
through tlie valley, such as overcoming the difficulty in securing labor,
such as securing better market facilities for the produots of the valley,
sucu as making tile attractions of the
valley known widely throughout the
world and inducing settlors to t une
in. Such questions as these will l>-
vigorously ban Ted by this executive
with ten times better results than If
each municipality is left to w,o; k out
its own salvation alone and umiide 1
by iis neighbors.
All these matters need effective
treatment. It is quite as Important
to have conditions right for settle s
who- come in as it is to get these settlers, and under existing conditions
It is imperatively necessary to induce
thousands of new settlers to come into this great rich valley, to cultivate
the land and market the produce In
the cities of the lower mainland,
which are now importing so many
million dollars worth of vegetables,
fruit, dairy and poultry products from
out si le the province, altogether.
In the matter of getting new settlers united effort is bound to be particularly effective. If this should not
be finite clear, let us suppose that a
possible settler, say  in  Winnipeg, ls
approached   by   several    gentlemen. !
one  from   Chilliwack,  one  from   Mission,   one   from   Langley,   one    from
Surrey, and so on:  one from each of,
the various municipalities of the Fraser Valley, each of them urging   the
settler.to come to his own particularI
'district,   which   he   represents  as  the
jbest   in   British   Columbia,    and   the
best  in  the  world.    Overwhelmed  by
so   many   solicitious   arguments   thej
poor prospect Is likely to be able to
form no definite idea of any of them,1
and ln more than likely to have nothing do with any.
Again suppose that this support is
approached by the same body of gentlemen, but instead of urging their
own individual districts they urge the.
great Fraser Valley as a whole, in-.
\iting him to come and se| it, and
after he has seen each district to
choose one of them as his future
home. Is he not more likely to he
impressed favorably with the Fraser
Valley, and get a very clear and definite idea to its advantages, and is he
not mose likely to come in and settle
here? |
This  homely Illustration  representa
just   about    what    happens    when    a
number of small districts jn one great
section  of a   province or country, are
exploiting   their   own    Individual    advantages, and it  represents v. hai   happens when they get  together an 1 tell
the world about the advantages of the
entire combination, and by their unanimity  impress those with  whom they;
speak  of the  truth  of  what  they  say..
This applies just  as  much  to  the advertising section of the country in the
newspapers as  it  does  to actual  per-'
BOnal   solicitation.     Tbe   principle   Is '
just the same. j
At this convention held ln New i
Westminster as soon as it was discovered that- no Vancouver delegates |
were present, a resolution was Immediately passed asking Vancouver to
co-operate. Vancouver is vitally interested in the development of thel
Fraser Valley, both as a market and
as a source of food supply. This <h
so obvious that it hardly needs comment. Why should nit Vancouver,
|therefore, join with the Fraser Valley
an I New Westminster to develop the
country that means so much to all,
Just as the city of Portland co-operates with the whole of Oregon for the
development of that state, directing
settlers to the vatious districts nr.
cording as they express a preference
for one line of work or another, so
might the cities of Vancouver and
New Westminster co-operate with the
entire Fraser Valley for this pui pose,
and In time as the Idea of co-operation grows, co-operate In a large way
with the whole province to bring its
it-sources effectively before capitalists   homeseekcrs and workmen.
C. W. ESMOND.
New   Westminster,   November   10,
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  8KVKN.
-,r NEW
WESTMINSTER
for the position of Cit;.
.,11 he received by the un
led "P ,0
at 5 P- '"
L..;.ire;
Monday,    the 28th
API
icants
... s,a(e salary required
\  DUNCAN,
City  C.erk.
,:   8th, 1910.
WILL COMPEL LOGGERS
TO DESTROY THE BRUSH!
**************************
' CHURCH !
a*\
SERVICES
1 Do You
anges tor this column must   be
. >'
.     U1U1  ,   William  Robert
Take" ,,., b. <', occupation,
iplci mtend to apply for
,.  Bi)0 acre,  ol   land
_..:    Commencing at
li. .: ��� : Muds above tide
| I post 1 , ,  entering the head
,.,   thenpe  north   100
, gi so chains, thence
.Dominionand ProvincialGov     ywa���8ra lol ,,,,��� ,.������..,��� ,..������.  ~>
. .... . left at   'u telephoned to. this office by
emmentS Will Combine tO  9  p.m   on  Fridays.    The omission of i
any  church  notice  from  this  column
Prevent" Forest FireS Indicates that no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or other responsible
Home?
tarty, i
ul
the
i
; nite 1
F.ater ��'
Lf Drainey
o1""-\    chains,   thence   easl    50 berman     In
commencement. Pur-1 lately succeeded in
i ;     ���,
ll [,  required, quarry-
*      WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
�����.��*. 1910..
The  pereni ents
ri    ilting    [rom     I    -   I
i hro ighoul   Cana la   and   i he
Statei   I   n   I iken a ral I er m u e ��� n
ra In    h irm t his seasi m   I ban   in
forme; ays 1   ���   Wi   tern Lun
Canada, i lie i u_e :  has
^^^^^^^^^^^^   attracting the interest ni  the prime ministei  to such
-   e   ��� to lead him to malic an
important   public   utterance   upon   |t,
and i'i i ropi i e a met hod I  r redu
oss.     During   his  recent  visit  to
Sunday November  13.
HOLY    TRINITY    CATHEDRAL-
Rev, c. c. d'Easum, m. a., rector, Rev.
e A  Kay, M. A . assistant curate,
I i .   ration of Holj   Com aunion al  8
a   r..-.   Matins, lltarj   and sermon at
��� ���] in : Sunday Sfchool ; t 2:30 p.
m.- evensong and sermon at 7 p. m.
Bishop de Pencier will preach In the
evening,
U-.w
WES.7UNSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
New Westminster.
thal  1. William Robert
District of
'.:;;;.. a c occupation
,     mtend to app!
..  .. the following
.     ,    post     planted
,   ., ,    north from    the
,.,,   ot    Timbei     Lea e
nd,    thence    west
, . ,.    south
, ,st    eighty
,   ��� m chalna to point ol
���   containing  640 aces
7l\M ROBERT DICK.
0 c��� Septembei G, 1910
LAND  ACT.
Dl
.     weitmlnster Land District
trict of   New   Westminster.
- ke notlce    that John    Ferdinand
in   island,   occupation
nds to apply  for  permls-
ase  the    following    de-
encing   at    a    post    plan ed
tlb0, mile northeast   from tie
'^ .   bay,   and   about     40,
,    .   from    the    southeast
timber lot    number    37841,
j ;..:      .   r,i,   |0  chains,   thence  east;
1 .     thence    soutl     -1" chains
,      .   ���    p,   chains   to   point     of
...   ei ent, containing  160 acres
j0HM   FERDINAND  BAOOS.
Dated August 29. 1910.
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
N tl ��� hei el.y   given
List   tor the  year
teen co   ; leted   and   that
seen at this office
the date hereof
���  tern Canada. Sir Wilfrid Laurier
 ed  an  In - bje I  li
In the i   ,   i       When passing thi   .
Narrows on the steamer
Prince G< orge one day late ln August,
lie not oni. saw. but remarked to
' ai i mbers of bis party, the ter-
de iti 'i' tlon caused bj forest
'  i     In  that  vicinity,    Later, on the
��� day,  his steamer threaded  the
and      md    | u       e    ol    Johnston
ip near the entrance to
!   ���    ��� te So ind, and the pi i i e
   n Inlstei  wi a again move i to dis
��lg,  5   the Bubjei I with a good deal ol vigor,
chains,  v.,.,   hillsides    which   a   numbei    of
ago    i. id   been   p n t ly   logged
over,  were  blazing   high,     In   some
��� - ne tr Alert Bay entire mountains were i i flre. Sir Willi id was
i ild thai when the loggers carried
away the commercially valuable sections of the trees they let! lying in
the wo,ids tops and branches which
became dry during the succeeding
summers and afforded excellent food
for the fires.
Sir   Wilfrid    Impressed.
Si:  Wilfrid was so much Impressed
with the niaiiei  that he declared upon the  spot   that   the provincial  and
federal   government   should   get   together and devise a plan for preventing hies by compelling the loggers to
hum tne brush at the time, or in some
other   manner  effectively   reduce  the
ii-l: of a  flre,    When  Sir Wilfrid was
making these observations the whole
country   was  Bhrouded   in  a  pall    if
smoke  from  tires  which  were devouring great areas of valuable timber in
many districts.
"Co-operation"   as   hinted   by    Sir
Wilfrid,   is   unquestionably  the  only
effective   method   of   fighting foiest
.fires.   But there are many kinds ot co-
Ioperation, ana some oi them are not
that   thei"1'  much   u8e'    At   the   present   time,
has  f<"'   instance,   it   is   to   be   feared   that
the two governments, provincial   and
federal, although they co-operate to a
certain (Men', are  not  securing the
results warranted by the expenditure.
Ol   Wllich are equal to the demands   if
the case. For some time the Dominion
government winch maintains a small
ST.   MAI!VS.
li e at  T p. m.
SAPPERTON���Serv-
the   same
for thirty
and  any
ill claim to be added to
ti.e s;iul Voters'  List, or any elector
desire  to  have  any   name
::.. must prefer his or if-""" ��� 	
���    In writing, signed with his force of fighters in tho railway belt
�� her name, and  shall    deliver   or objected to any assistance being given
the City even by the province, in the work of
tire prevention.     During the present
has been a little actual co-
before
e to be delivered to
n   the   time   herein
specified
W. A.  DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City Clerk's Office.  New Wefttnin
iter. B. C . October 15. 1910-
NOTICE.
��� 1   after  October   1,
lerslgned, will    sell
we
coal   for parliament m^ht
elt'hVr' with the order or on feature.      I ubllc
cash nni
delivery.
GILLEY  BROS.. LTD.
JOSEPH MAYERS,
11KLTKA  &  CO.
N'ew Westminster. Sept. 24.
COAST  LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
Take notice that I, William Robert
Dick, er Vancouver, B.C., occupation
real e tate dealer. Intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acre* of land
bounded as follows: Commencing **
a post | inted at tbe east side of the
ettri sad of the nortU    arm    of
Dralne      Inlet, thence east 4n chains.
mth  50 chains,  tlience  we��
�� chains, thence north M chains to
Posi        ommencenrant   Purpose for
- required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
NOTICE.
is hereby    given    that    The
. er Tannery. Limited, a body
,!      ite,   Incorporated   under     the
"Britia      Columbia    Companies    A
an i   Amending Acts." carrying
��� is   in   the   District   of   New
ter and  Province of  British
' l    having   applied   to   His   BS-
cf, the Governor General In
for the approval ot a certain
site for the construction of Wharves
��� the southerly shore of the
'''' ' er river, situate on the
[�� ���   of    blocks    "A," "H."    a^
' ilng portions of lots seven 11)
nml eight iS), group two (2) In the
district of New Westminster and pro
of British Columbia, have de
Posited wlth tlie Honorable the Mln
later of Public
(>f aaid whi
tn
year there bas been a uiue
operation   Of   forces.     In  order   to  at-
I tain effective results,  the best meth-
0 I would be to support only one tire-
flghting   force,   which   should   be   controlled   by   one  government  and  supported    by    both.     This,   of    course,
would involve a loss of a considerable
amount of patronage to the Dominion
government,   and  gome   members   of
not   appreciate  this
[opinion,    however,
should   be   amused   to   the    point    at
which   it   would   compel   the   government  to  forego any consideration   of
patronage   and   take   into    consideration   only   the   saving   which   can   he
effected . If both governments were
to   unite   In   supporting   tho    various
fighting forces, find the provincial government    were    to    superintend    the
work, It Is reasonable to hope that the
service might shortly be placed upon
|an effective basis.
Great   Loss   in   B. C.
i    That  the problem  requires tbe services  of  the  most  energetic  and  resourceful  minds  is  evident  from  tbe
faet   that,  during  the  month  of  July
alone, the forest fire loss amounted to
$40.01)0 In British Columbia, and that
(317,760 worth of Improvements were
destroyed.     No   less   than   401     fires
j were   attended   to   hy   the   provincial
I forces, at    cost  of #4<Miir*. in srlnrlea
'and expenses, and  private companies
. Individuals are estimated t > have
nt a further sum of $20,000.   Of the
25 i er cent are attributed to
|OCOmoti\ es.   .'.'.  i er  i ent   i f
were discovered in time to
:t, I extinguish  without   much  loss.     Right
lives   were   sacrificed   as a result ct
the   fires  during   the  one  montli.
W. C   Glfl twin, Chief live warden
British Columbia, in his report  upon
the   above   tires,   makes   the    SUgges-
that    the    railway    companies
and
lol  tlies.
C   P. It
the Area
tion    that    uie    ,,..	
Should   he  obliged   tO   use  oil   fo.-   fuel
in the timbered sections of the country, even if this Involved bonusing the
railways for each engine thus equipped,     lie   believes   that   it   is   impossible   to   prevent   th.e  escape   of   cin-
iro-j ders   by  a  screen,  and  at.  the  same
de-'tlme allow sufficient draft fo'- the engine.    Another  suggestion  which  he
Is   that    scieens   sho-. 11    be
Works at Ottawa, plans ! makes   is   M*^  wimlows of  all  the
arvea  which they  propose ��� PIa,'f/   . ,.on,iiartivents
H   struct, together with a defferip* smoking compar
tl(ln of the full site thereof described | are star tei i
hy
as many fl'es
Smokers throwing away
cigars  and   cigarette  _.
frequently   hears    these    and
other important prevent!
advocated   and
ST, PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. dei',. Owen, lector. Ser-
vice at n a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday Bchool at 2:30 p.m.; prayer meet
ing mi Wi dnesdaj al , 30, at the
ho . ���- of W, i: ierson Gilley, Eighth
street.      Sundaj subje. ���:
ah   : nd    '/ iraphath.'     Evening:
"*-''"\ b on the Cl ilstlan Ladder."
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C, \V, r,inun K.i).. j astor Ser-
xi' e   at    il a.m. and   7 p.m.; Sufidi s
BCl 1   at   2:30   p,   iu.       Kev.     K.     1).
Braden will preach In the mohilng.
1'astor's evening a ibjei I: "The llu. |
ness  That   God   lias  Cursed."
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Kev. ,i. s. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 p. tn, Sabbath
school and Hible class al 2:30 p.m.
Morning: "The Perfect Ide il of Life.'
Evening:  "Self Deception."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rei. K
G. Thompson. MA., pastor. Publh:
worship: Morning service, 11 a.m.:
evening, 7 p. m.; Bible class and
Sabbath school. 2:30 p.m.; Y. P. S. C
E., Monday at S p.m.; prayer meeting
Wednesday, g p. m. Kev. J, T>. Gill
am, M. A . of North Vancouver, will
preach morning and evening.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Kev. A. F, Bak
er,  pastor.    Services    11   a.m.    and
p.m.     Sunday     school   at     2:30 p.m
Midweok prayer  meeting on  Wednesday at eight o'clock.    Kev. Mr. Stew--
art, of Chilliwack, will pi each at both
services.
ST.  STEPHEN'S  PRESBYTERIAN
Services at   n  a. m.  and 7  p.  m.
Sunday school  at   2:30  p. in. Thomas'
Gllllesoh  win  occupy  the  pulpit    at
both services.
SAPPERTON    METHODIST ��� Rev
E.   D.   Braden.   pastor.     Services    at
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sun lay school a
2:"0 p.m. Epworth League on Mon da)
at 8 p.m
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST-
Rev. F. S. Okell, B. A., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class meet
ing at 10 a in. Sunday school at
2:^0 p. m. Epworth league, Monday
at S p. m. Prayer meeting, We. nes
day at 8 p. in. Morning: "Wanted.
Volunteers," evening: "The Baptist's
Message." The sacrament of tin
Lord's Supper will he administered at
the close of the morning service. Special week of prayer, November 13 t0
November  2ti.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN. Columbia street, Sapperton. Harvest Thanksgiving services at 11 a, m.
and 7 p, in.
EAST BURNABY MKTHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street anr
Third avenue. Burnaby. Rev. Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor. Public wot
ship. 11 a. m. and 7 p, m. Sunday
school. 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting.
Tuesday, 7:30 p. ru.; choir practice
Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL-
Kigbth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Rev. C. S. McKinley,
pastor. Sunday school, 19 a.m.; service 11 a.m.; class meeting, 12 am.:
prayer service. 7 p.m.; sermon. 7:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer meeting.
Thursday 8 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST -
Services at 11 a. rn. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Kpworth L����_.i*
Tiiesday at 8 p.m. Dundonald school
nouse; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
CHURCH OF CHRIST���306 Pur-
bam. Madison Wright, preacher, Sun
day services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
Week day service, erery day nt 8 p.m
BOUTH WESTMINSTER METHO
IH.T MISSION ���Kev. Henry \Y
pastor. Sunday school at 10
Church service at 11 a.m.
WEST END PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth street. Rev. James Keid.
B.A.. pastor. Public worship at 11
a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school
at 2:30 p. m.
SAPPERTON RAPT1ST CHURCH
Hospital street���Andrew Grieve, pas
tor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunda\
school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meet
lng Thursday 8 p.m.
GOSPEL HALlr���Cerner af Sixth
avenue and Ninth street. Evangelist
J. J. Rouse will preach at 7 p.m.
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUD
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Investment Backed by One of the
Strongest Financial Institutions in
Vancouver ?
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Through our home building system you can own a home without paying
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
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The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value 51.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President.
JOHN SIMMONS, Secretary
A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
THOMAS TAYLOR, Manager.
KELLINGTON  BROTHERS, General Agents, New Westminster.
The Stock books are now open at the office of Kellington Bros, for the sale
of 30,000 shares, which have been allotted to New Westminster.
lhe Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., Ea*t, Vancouver.   Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,  New Westminster.
Telephone No. 680
118 Ul.
a.ra.
f
EVERYTHING
REDUCED
ii
rcetes ami hounds," and have also
oepoalted a duplicate of each in the
'1,Ti'"  of  the  registrar  of  dee.la  for
'"* District  of  New  Westrrlnater, in
*htch district the said works are pro- >"'.������'-        lt seem8 as
 ! to he construct In accordance laiity 0 at   . ��� ���       . .
*lth the requirement* or section  ,  Of  ���*M*��rtX
���e   "Navigable    Waters    Protection Into practice
ac1      chapter    nr>    of the    Revised
��tatutea of Canada, 190fl.
WHITESID! & EDMONDS,
solicitors for ^^^^^
- -- ��� J , a���mi��v R30 Fourth street, cor-
,,ubs. One so every *"������;���\ni Seventh avenue,
���.     and    "^ny | ner Fourth street^ana Thu)8dayg ^ g
at :i p.
p. ni.
r>:uei|
Iter thia
Fraser   River  Tannery.
Limited,
at the City of New Westmin-
"th daj- of October, 11)10,
P  ireistres
r��"tlie"Ares hive occurred with such _**��sgrw!l5
ever he devised or put
There Is nn pnod reafr
J , p-gBl-nlsttc view
o" ror taking such yj*J ^
������ .topping the loss by
Tut' is to settle at once qn��.��u  ���. ^ ^- - -^ _f ^ ^   t
responsible body c��rel .8.8,'_^...���,   .oanlir���� tm- stf*   to
���nd methods, to set to work vlKorous-
v wTth the determined intention of
a ��finff everv practical measure.
iff 3* ffl- "een done will the
Jovernmenta of the country be ac
5Sod of the charge that they are
���ATr-
of the matter,
and one only, foi
Denny &1Galloway
RELIABLE HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth Streel, Ntw Weslminst* r
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THE DAILY NEWS.
<���
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right prices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
W. P. WHITE
Architect  and Building  Constructor.
Specialist in Steel, Reinforced Concrete and Modern Building Construction.    Telephone 80G.
Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
BO CHONG
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Who has been in the Tailor Business
In Vancouver for a number of years,
lias ojened up a similar business In
this city. Latest fashions. Suits
made to order. Fit guaranteed. Phone
54. cr call at Kwong On Wo Building
Rfi? Columbia nre��L
R. T. PRINCE
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
and AUDITOR
City News
Agents  for the  HALL  SAFE CO.
OFFICK:       Room   5.   Market   Block.
Opposite City Hall.
Phone L578. P. O, Hox 795.
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 Plun-bing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Envetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting. Cess
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc.,  Etc.
GET
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed  for
T. A. MJR X CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Hlock.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Alderman J. J. Johnston has returned from a visit to Winnipeg.
Mrs. Charles J. Robson will not receive   until     the    third     Tuesday   iu
January.
The steamer Westham arrived 1n
port yesterday witli a cargo of general merchandise for local merchants.
W. Norman Hole, K. C, leaves thla
morning for Kamloops. where he has
important legal business to attend to.
Xow is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist.    Plione R208. **
The date for the public meeting of
labor men has not yet been set, but
will probably be announced on Monday or Tuesday.
A copy of the great seal and the
crest of the city were sent yesterday
to Carlton Ketclium. an Ottawa man
who is making a collection.
E Freemont, the Abbotsford man
charged with theft, appeared in tlie
police court yesterday morning and
was remanded for eight days in order
to allow evidence to be collected.
Have you secured one of those
charming houses on Eighth avenue,
close to the car. If not, see the
Hritish Canadian Securities, Ltd., at
once, as the terms are so very easy
tliey will soon be all sold. **
A man giving hls name as StelM-
ingflett was taken in by the police
last evening and given a night's lodging. He stated that ne had slept :;i
the woods on Thursday night and
when the police picked him up he
was wandering about the stieets in
an aimless fas!,ion. His case will ba
dealt with this morning.
Mrs. William Cunningham, accompanied by her grandfather, left town
yesterday on an extensive trip to the
east via California. During her absence Jack Allan, her brother-in-law,
and his wife, will occupy Mrs. Cun-.
ningham's house on the Crescent.
Mr. Allan is a native of Sault Ste.
Marie, and has recently been living
in Vancouver.
Chung  Jim,  alleged    keeper  of  :in
opium joint, was taken from Ills residence  near  the  corner  of  Carnarvon
an 1  Mclnnes    streets    yesterday and
was lodged in a cell at the police station.   Chung was the only occupant of j
the   shack,   but   the   police   gathered I
in  a  couple  of opium    pipes    and   a
quantity of the dope.   The erring Ce-.
lestial wlll try to explain matters to.
the magistrate this morning.
On a warrant charging him with assault on a halfbreed girl, an attempt i
was  made to arrest  Tom  Bertram, a
halfbreed, at   Chilliwack    Wednesday
night   by   Municipal   Constable   Scort.
The suspect was in bed when the officer  arrived,   and   on   being   told   to j
dress,   dived   through     his    bedroom j
window   in  a  semi-clothed  state  and !
| made good his escape.   The police ou
.the   lower  mainland   have   been  notified, and a stiong effort will.be made
to recapture Bertram.
Fire sites have heen definitely decided upon for tl.e provincial government's demonstrating orchards. These
are: Five ac:e3 on the Jackson road,
Aldergrove; five acres at Hammond.
and approximately five acres at Kamloops, Bhuswap and Salmon Arm. In ���
each case.the site has been chosen
with a view to fulfilling the desire!
conditions of soil and climate. R. M.
Winslow. provisional lioiticiiltinist, is
now in the Kootenay country locating
demonstration orchards in that district.
Next week the Citizens' Moral Reform league will hold a meeting, and
although the president and others of
the members interviewed- yesterday
stated that nothing had been done !n
the matter, it is generally believed in
the city that the league will run n ,
can lidate on the moral reform and
temperance tickets lor the aldermanic
board, and possibly for the chief magistracy. .Inch rumor and counter rumor are heard, but no names aie''
mentioned, and the outcome cf the
coming meeting (which i* not open
to the public)  is awaited with some
Interest.
i
A report circulating ln the city tit
present is to tlie effect that the C, X-
R. has bought from tbe V. V. fi E.
their line to Cloverdale. Xo official
confirmation has been received, but
fiom tiie remarks dropped by rail-
roaders in touch with the local situation, ii is generally believed that the
c. X. ll. Intend to take over the V. V.
& E, line from here to Abbotsford
and als > the line under construction
to Chilliwack. The Great Xoiti.e n
have stopped construction on the line
east of Abbotsford, which lends color
to ti.e tole.
A novel scheme Is beiir. trie 1 by
t'.ie choir of St. Andrew's Presbyterian   church   to   stimulate     inte:es!   in
choir practice work nnd raise the
musical efficiency of the organization.
Instead of holding practices in the
church hall as formerly, the members
of the choir and their friends are entertained at the house of one of their
number, where alter practice the
evening is spent in various forms of
social recreation. It is also expected
that a social club of some kind will
be formed in this connection. On
Thursday evening the hostess was
Miss Munn. The arrangement is
meeting with much approval, and it
is safe to assume that the choir of
this church will this winter be better
than  ever  before.
Davies Green Houses Is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R -'08 **
The B. C. E. railway has received
from the manufacturers two new passenger cars of the style known as the
suburban car, which they expect to
place on the run between this city
and Vancouver in the course of a
month or so. Eventually . it is believed that all the cars now on this
run will lie replaced by cars of the
new design, and converted into trail
ers or placed on the Fraser Valley
and other lines. For some time it
has been felt that the car now in use
is too cumbersome for the short run
between the two cities, being more
suitable for longer journeys, and the
car now being tried is considerably
lighter and more easily handled. Like
its predecessor, it will be provided
"ith n smoking compartment, which
is considered practically a necessity.
Since the inauguration of tbe new
schedule on the Ccilllwack line, allowing three and a half hours for the
journey, wliich went into effect on
Xovember 1. these trains have been
running on time.
The Public
Supply Stores
look Over
our groceries nnd then judge
whether they and their price3
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine ns closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for lt and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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5 lots on Second stroet.   Excellent view.    Streets on three sides ���
Of  thla  property,    $350  each.   Terms. T
10  lots  extending  from  First   to   Second   street.    This  property ���
Is especially  well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear. T
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE. *
F. J/ HART & CO., Ltd.     j
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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 consists 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 ti choose, all sizes. On sale Saturday only.   Each  $4.75
Women's and
Misses' Suits
Friday and Saturday Only
$19.50 Each
A showing of attractive suits underpriced for two days only.
Suits are In Diagonal, Tweeds, Venetians and Chevron Suitings in
shades of black, myrtle, wine, navy, cadet, old rose, brown, etc. all
well tailored, semi-fitting stylea, some trimmed with silk or velvet
collars on coats, skirts in pleated effects. Misses and women's sizes.
All one price two days only.   Each    $19.50
The Christmas Showing
of Handkerchiefs
Now Ready
So many handkerchiefs the sold to customers who send them 10
friends at a distance. They Bl.p Into a letter an.l nailed Without
further trouble. w(. mention tbe arrival of our complete new stock
and we make a claim, the proving of which will be easy. We know
without a doubt that om Xuus showing wi Ube larger and mere
varied than' shewn by any store in B, ('. We have here lion I mule
Lace Hankkerchlefs from Eelgium, real Irish Lace Handkerchiefs
from Ireland. Swiss Embroidered Linen, hand embroidered and band
made lace edges. All personally selected in the markets of Switzerland,  Belgium and  Ireland.    Prices range from 2 tor 5c to 80c each.
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBEf,
ii     i " 19m
Two Wceh-End
Specials From
the House Fur.
nishing Section
Im I
150  yards  of    Irish
riask���GO   to   7
unbleached,    Beve
tegular values 40c
Week   Knd  Price
Roller   Towelling.
$1.00���n; to is |
Crash. In ere] e, I;
glass cloth  linish
Tab I
*  Da.
wide,
"stas.
ai'd..35c
> -'ds for
Roller
"l;"'   and
'��� .
dered.    Regular   vai , ���
1T3/.C.
Week End Pi Ice  8
15c
'  : $1.00
Warm and
Cosy Kimonas
Full   length  an.l  shorl   Ki
in   wide  variety.    Tl i
pearance   suggest   comfort  so
attractive are the colorings ani
finish of the    mater]
German    Eiderdown   In v ���.....
and cotton, the finish of which
Is soft and fluffy, yel  flrm an<l
substantial;      Canadian    Elder-
downs in  heavy    weights   and
light    weight    ducklln .   fleece
cloths In many grades
Full   Length   Kimonas,  in  plain
nnd fancy colors, wltb wide mil
over collars, turn    b ick   cuffs,
and   heavy   thick     waist    i t<_
Sizes :W to 42,    Ea :h '
$6.50.
Misses'     Eiderdown      Ktrronas,
Each $3.75.
Cardinal,   sky.    mauve,
down    Kimonas. sizes 8 to 16
years, each  $3.76.
Women's   Short   Kimonas,  Each
$'.50.
Two   special   cloths     m I
Into   full     sized     Kin 01
man   fleece   an I   Can
fleece Eiderdown. are i
in nice patterns and att
(���dors,   made   with   loi   ���    (HI
backs, all sizes, ea ���'���   ���
NEW   FALL   "BUTTERICK  FASHIONS"  AND   DELINEATORS   NOW ON SALE.    ASK TO SEE THE1*
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
DID   YOU   EVER    CONSIDER
THE DIFFERENCE
In Inning your clothes cleaned
you are entitled to the best m
methods.
Gel it by our process���the
dirt and dust aie removed from
the   ftbn���NOT   PRESSED   IN,
The garment being thoroughly stei i lzed is clean and wholesome,
G.  F. BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.      345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
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I    Westminster Woodworking Co.
. J.  BROOKES,   Proprietor
��     WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and  Csrllne. PHONE 473
LYNES
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast ot
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
New Westminster
ADVERTISE   IN   THC.   DAILY   NEW.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
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