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 port Mann
PROPERTY.
lA/HITE, SHILES & CO
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
StandarffMtfke  $5   Per   Month.
WHIte; SHILES & CO.
^1EW  WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23,   1910.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS
pPEOfENGI
IS PROVED A SUCCESS
* George
Cassady, After Seve-
eral Years'   Persevering,
Perfects Invention.
by
CRIME ON SCAFFOLD
Callous Murderer Hanged at
9.02 a.m. Today-Reported Confession Discredited.
LAI SPECULATORS TURN
ATTENTION TO
*****************
\*
, room
London, Nov. 23���Dr. H .H.
Crippen was hanged in Pent-
onville prison at 9:02 a. m. today.
C.P.R. Purchases About 4,000 Acres of Und Between Pitt
and Coquitlam Rivers���Will Establish Car Shops-
Many  Properties Change  Hands When
News Leaks Out.
MINERS RESCUED
THROUGH AIR TRAP
MOVE IN CONCERT
TO IMPROVE ERASER
Tlie C. P. R. bas purchased in the acres
neighborhood of  foir thousand acres   asked.
Iof   land   in   the   munlelnality   of   Co-1     William
adjoining
railway,     $75,000
G.     Philcox,    ten    acres,
*****************
Mirina recently Invented
Tb6 *��fr, manager ot tbe Co-
***** fold Storage company, au:i
Preference Has been made In
t ��lnsol this I-Per ,has been
flZTl* now doing duty In the
 " * of  the   COld   StOniKC   plant    ��� *-���������������������������������������������    ^   ^^    ^^    . ^^   ^    f]_ ^
attracting a large num- ^       Xov   23.���All  preparations pheds on  the  property, according to
^engine is <* totally ^ ������� lwTe been made for the hanging this reliable    authority    secured    b;  the
/reciprocating engine, ahorn oi ino.,,hl(,  0,  Dr   Hawley   ,,   Cllpven News  yesterday evening.
mot Interested slglltBe^:           ,M fer tho murder of bis wife, Belle Bl-     The lan.  bought  by   the	
^'"'"'s  ";,:i,;!u. 'v-'u'es     Strange m0re      Wllhin   Ule   dismal   Wa"s   "r <"""'"">   lorms I1 rough ,���'e' ^! "Sevtn-al 'quarter   sections    held by
lewtrlci and side valves.    *      .^   \?e ltonv)���0 prIgon the ,���, m., 0f this tendinis  from   Pitt river  to  the  C* Cliinamen a'nd ,atel    subdhi led;  op-
ulimaj ��PPear' V,   , '   '   (lf.   sordid drsma will he staged between j qultlam  river at  the Junction,    and
j.he turbine, ��'lnch is tne immi" i , (1.(.locl.  t!ll    morning. i stretches    lor half a mile    on each        ; . ���,   N   g ,
iiSpraentlntheBteam_pr>me_mj)ver,|   ^^  ,,.ectltlonei.    K()tlldale  Ku.iglde of the railway track.    Ti.e land'    w- H- Ke"r>   and XN- N'
Workers Caught By Explo- |f!trong Delegation Will Go
sion Hoisted to Safety���j To Ottawa-Last Night's
No Known Fatalities.        |    Meeting Enthusiastic.
Ulitlam, the  intention being t> build i ?7,000;   oijtion.
Coquitlam hotel, $:io,000 sold.
.Millard's store:   sold.
One hundred and twenty acre ranch
.north of property purchase.1 by C. P.
railway''*������ offe:t"i ;lt ?-*(,�� I'el' a"re f,n Mon-
forras a rough triangle, ex-'dav- *r,(l" 'l'r a,re refused yesterday
As  a  lesult  of a meeting  held  in
the  board  of trade rooms last evening there  will  be sent  to Ottawa to
___^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fpresent the necessity of action in im-
an  explosion  today  are  be-  proving the Fraser river to the gov-
Canyon City, Col., Nov. 22.���Mineis
caught ln'the workings of the Fte-
nont mine of the Iron and Fuel company  by
tn_ boiFl.jd to the surface through an  ernment     the    strongest    de.egatioa
.     ,     ,..,. ma��� hBVa upfl-lthat  has ever gone from the  E"raser
air trap.    So far 160 men have been . y ^ ^^ ^ ^ ]mr.)cse
fety.
hauled  io
Valley  to  Ottawa  fo
ijaaajHiBllimg^^^ Who t'<e delegates will be has not
All  the -nen  who  were In the  un-  tieen decided, but they will go. Those
der^round   ttOl'KlngS   at   tlie   time   ct'   from   South   Vancouver  have  already
the cxpk.. ion ffe believed to be safe,  been  appointed  and  are  prepared  to
Air  cr:enl.  Have  now driven the  g�� f a ���menfs notice.   Those from
Richmond. Point Grey and New West-
fire to the mil n shaft. minster will be chosen in a very short
A  number  of  miners    have     shut  time and the delegation will probably
themselves in chambers where t'.te ai.-  arrive In Ottawa in less than a month.
''"'. m*���, has been made to elitni-
g/Smoving Pans; in tact the
EL?fevelopmenl of some types
tended to increase tl.e number of
*ftSR for the las, five or six
I Jl or longer, bas been convinced
lTear'lie reciprocating    steam engine
m,t. ^ considerable simplified  and
S'roveit. and his latest engine, which
fas set
is good and will make no attempt at
escaping   until   rescue   parties   reach
(or the first time.
feit obstinate dlatraotora land there
here many) that the Cassady engine
bas Introduced a new era in englneer-
| lag history.
He technical description of the en-,  ..
Ijlie would perhaps    not be of very a '���'
Interesl to most people, bul
i there nre se\oral outstanding features
r that will appeal to even the most dis-  ..
ton ���   are what one unac- li:ne "' the Pr,Bon  yard
(;.v'. ��� ���  hanlc&l engineering
i  .   ��� d n    -  pi mounced on wit-
peuii 11     engine    i unnlug
a re iprocatlng engine   i :
j.
TteC ei    ��� ������ now In use al
gi  planl ins been built
Iti ������ ede ll e vertical engine wliich
11 duty there for some
fan nnh lhe li. ht dynamo for
, Br till ��� nt. For some time this
| m ������ er 1 laded, although
Si; a ' nn dern vei tical re-
19 ���    lni
le n��w engine  that   Is  now  con-
tion.
���  I       ^^^^^^^^^^
_________________________________________________ ���.,   mentioned   as     having    disposed    ol
son, who will hang the wife murderer, j has a frontage of about two miles on   pro]ertv   jn   that  district,    but    this
arrived   from   Liverpool   this evening, ihe Pitt  river. I could'not be confirmed by the News  them.
and   has   tested   the   scaffold,    which!    The  following  described   properties  )agt j^iit. ��� ���������
was  erected   today, have been  either purchased outrlghtj    Dr   ^   E   Doherty   medical  super-       c. P. R. Employee Electrocuted.
A   few     tenements     overlook     tlie  or tied up for Flxty days by the C. P.', t   |d   ' ,'t ,, ,e'���ro vine! il asvlum   is      winnli e-   Nov   22��� Robert    Hues-���    -   ���    ;    --   ���*--
prison courtyard where the execution   ���.:   DiJizt  lots  4.13,  480,   38?,   288, J^^��� *^ .".ed as having made! __ a 1$'?! R  employee, was caught that body to endorse the principal of
Will take ph.ee.   To prevent the gratl- 231 and part of 232; sections 4, 6, G. ., a   ,..cleanup.. ln the flunv. When  ln a tan wheel at the electrical foun-  the scheme.
������"...., '8, 9, 18 and 2. iJuESonrf   by   the   News     yesterday  iVthia evening and electrocuted.       ! ...A sub-committee consisting of A. _E
Tlie price varies considerably, all ,;)e ,joctor modestly said he had been
the way from $300 to $1000 an acre only interested in a very small way.
being paid.    Most of the higher pri3-(    j*  _    Motherwell, local manager of
In the meantime a committee composed of Mayor Lee, of New Westminster, W. H. Higgins, of Eburne,
and Reeve Pound, of Soutli Vancouver, will interview the executive
council of the provincial go\ernment
at   Victoria   in   an   endeavor   to   gel
fjing of
take   up
morbid crowds which might
points   of   vantage,   a    huge
, and his latest engine, wwen i WQl     hafl he_n erected   completely
KOlng 0D  Monday J1������?" hiding the scaffold from view.
imt time, has convinced tne     ....     ,'.,..  .. ,-,.innpi,  ���.|ii  .,���
l'he execution  of  Crippen  will  belT"8 1,tt'.'',   """"^V" '"'"",7'������*"""      J- *'��� ��"<�������w^, .^u.	
tnessed   by onlv  a   small  group of;ed P'��f'ertIos are he,d 0Q 0P�����8.        the Vancouver Financial corporation,
������������������������   ���   ���   ��i.�� ****** nnmnrotlnii   fnnir  r,ntir,i)��   vesterdav   afternoon   on
BRIDGE   DOWN
G.   N.   R.  Traffic
Miles  South   of   Blaine
officials. Everv effoit will be made' Tlie buying for the bl? corporation took options yesterday afternoon on
to proven' the gathering of crowds waa (,one ve,'-v unietly. With the ex- fifty-six acres', forty in D. L. 373. ad-
in  the neighborhood, and it  li  prob- ception of the firm of ..Tyner & Mer- joining the C. P. R. line, anl sixteen,
aide  tue   usual   notice  of  the  execu- '��� ('er'  of  Coquitlam,  not   a  single  real  in   section   6.    Other  representatives  Ferndale. which  ended in the carry
t;on  will not be posted outside until  ('s,a,e  1T!an   knew  tbere  was  "some- of  the   vai ious   real   estate   agencies ^^^^���
late this evening.     ' I thing   doing"   until   practically   every  who mad?  the  journey  to Coquitlam
The body will be  buried ln quick
j White, R. O. Hodgson, J. G. Hutchin-
i son and C. H. Stuart Wade  was ap-
       ^^^^^B    ; pointed to draft the resolution which
nterrupted a Few s'iaH be sent to the government and
to arrange all details for another
meeting,  if  it   is  fjund  ne'e-siry  te>
ing away
Nooksack
of  a  biidge  spanning  the
A Washout ou the G. N. R. line at call one before the deputation leaves
^^^^^^^��� for the east.
Big  Scheme  Proposed.
The proposals which tlie delegi tiiti
^^^^^^^^^^_ ���,    ������������ ,-"   '"���'  " ,'     i   n     ,,.tr^   KOOKSB.H    liver    \esterday    morning  wU,  place  !)etore thp  federal  author-
ranch   needel   for  the  propose!   rail- also _took options on.land   the p.ues ^ ^ ^ ^ h;m,.  .^  ^  nQt ^ ^^  ^ &ny ^^
way  centre  had  been  t.el  un.    T^e  varjlng from $350 to $1000 pe.  a.re.. ^ Northern traffic  all of the word.   The idea is to take ia
buying has been under way for over according to location. ling ot tue Gieat Northern tram,c,*u   ^ {        vmmi of the Fraser rh,n.
iveek. bul the news did not leak out.    The   p,ices   paid   for   the   property .trains n?\y hoing sent out ou tne u.  ^ both ^^  {o h^& q^ ^ ^ ^^
then  to   Sumas  (){ filtcen feet on lhe north ann an-(t
and from there to th.e adoption of tlie Le Baron scheme
until   Monday  and  dii  mt    become m the town are almost equalto what 1 js
generally known until yesterday. is belllg ,,. u for property on Colum '
.trains noW]
lt.   ti   Colebrook.
cn t':g V, V. ���:���: E.
Father Cary, who has heen Clip-
pen's spirit md console!, entered the
condemned   ce'.l   at   six   o'clock     lasl
night  and I spending the r.i-ln   Iit'.t_^	
tlie doctor. As  so.-,',  as the land  men  realize1   bia street  in tbis city,  dui  tn?  mem     '..". n ��  g -a  p  y
Yesterday afternoon an evening p:- what had happened, there was a wild  who are doing the buying apparently i Eellin-g%m ou the B. 13. k B. L. une
per Hooded the 'ity with placards an- rush lio Coquitlam, nearly e^ery firm know  their business    and    are
nouncln.   thai   Crippen   had   made   a   in this city and many from Vancouver afraid to invest.
confession.    Everybody in a position' sending representatives out to try an 1     The proposition n establish
of autlioiIty denies tha< the murderer'.Eecure    ontions    or    str.1?. t    buys.  R. cer shops ;,t this point la not ne��v,(    _\  W. XTcLeod the insurance agent,
for  the  main channel.
X ,:i>'     ���'.   s        ,*.,,��� rw.w n,,oa I,     The  meeting was   the mr.-.t  repre-
n t      Only one train a day now goes t3 ' h theied  to
Ferndale, leaving this citj about one  ^   Westmin8ter  [or    sBome    uuv.
C.  P. I o'clock in the afternoon. M.iyor   Lee   occuplea   u-e   chair   ,I!(,
there   were   piesent   de'egate.-,     from
\.   i. i    oiicujn   .it   in..-   y......   .��� ---      -j        r..    ,. ���   ������     nice     ncic     JllCLCUl     ^l^.^c,****-
laying been  mootel some years ago J who spent yesterday in that district, Vancouver, South Vancouver. Eburne,
.... ,.,,.   iS  jtjciimonc|_ Westminster and from sev-
has acknowledged his guilt. j Tyner f; Mercer's ofllce had th.e busi- .uvius  ucoi,  i.,.,^.^.. ������ ,	
Ethel   Leneve,   who   li   sailing   on  est lime in its history and the amtaint and   on  Eeveral  occasions  since,  but states   that'a   permanent    bridge
the   Majestic   for   New    York    from of  business    transacted    there    Jrlll this is the fust time tlie c. P. II. has nrv>v p,.;:li i^ni  o.e.- the   Nooksack
si.���:t!i:n::p:o;i tomorrow, s..id late last   stand   as  a  record  for  many  a  (lay. actually  bought    sufficient    land    to  river,  but   it   will   not  he  ready   for
night: Although  not  confl'med hy the part- demonstrate it really means business, traffic for some months.   In the mean-
- i    "I   was  the  his:   person    with    1.).-. i n^rs.   it   is   currently   report.,}   that The.  es.-'-Misim iein jjf car and  repair  time  arrangements   will   be  made  to
��� to tie dvnamo-occupies ^-ul>. a ifrlppen.    He has made no confession ttiey have clennei up over JIT o in in shops at  the Junction Will mean the handle the truffle more expedition-ly
to me and  I  do  not  believe he ever.the last few days. bundling of freight cars at this point t|,an |8 ;:t present the case.
lie  has  nothing ta con-
i.nde  on��l	
fess.'
���\   peuiptent   rumor  that   a  signed
confess:
sess	
publlshe.l  after  his  execution,  i
nied b\   lhe editor of the paper.
A.
���\   [iciiir.t-ui   iumv.1    a.,.*.   ..   m^,~mm,     A    gwenceski.  SOO  acres;   soil
infesnio.) of Crippen u in the pos-     _ ,. . .      _ . .,
��sioa  of  a   Sunday    paper,  to   le1    *r��P*-y  adjoining  Swenceski
tlie   west:   oition.
HUGE SUCCESS ATTENDS
SIXTH AVENUE CONCERT
Methodiet    Choir    Interprets  Difficult
Pieces With Rare Skill and Accuracy���Audience Pleased.
Ono  of  the  piinclpal  reasons   why
Bach's    famous    concetto    for  three
jfrdvi   ��� ice taken op by tho
ti ������ i the ease with which
I:1. ��� Hi    the full load. Bllently and
t    easl vibration or .lar. In-
ii tes       11 who see it that the old
k.      .   d ie to  he  relegated  to the
���ftp hi , ���
Sur"' nol  come to Mr. Caa- n
| *i<-        t once     Neiihe-- haa it al-
n * rome to  other  inventors,    bul
Ml   lhe ] i. nee   and   pertinac-
B. which ehartcterlie the inventor be
I hi stuck manfully to his guns and
| tl* results of this, his lat��sl type.
j have demonstrated  that his  faith  In
tV principle he discovered was weil
I (onMnl
The eusine   at   present   coupled   to
Uk 'ynniii) Is i small self-contained
Weiillie. ahout 'JRO rounds weight.    It
[ tube run m from r,on to 1700 revolu-
I tions re. minute. Is absolutely "else-
ta>s. Ir perfectly balanced and re-
Wires no attention beyond putting In
��� llitl" oil when the engine Is started
I for ���  first  time.    This  oil  will	
tafnr u Indefinite time. ...   i.tanos is seldom playcl nowadays is
In appearance the engine looks like I t-tnu** *���* ,."',������   .,���,.    nn(i
��wild metal cylinder ..bout three the difficulty of Meplng time, and
m \tty... and possibly twelve Inches' W;,C!1 tMs Is the case with solo Rlan-
tf.ui:.,.- Except the turning shaft !jgtl wbo usually play without the
Ulch comlll ���, '' ft' �����������-' C'"l BQ 2Wve"'flCOre, the dlffloultias under which tne
K. ��i vtoiwj and'hone Is . udlble.! jolnl accomp��niJta o(the'Hicks ebon
Sow .. little cup at the top issues a }Rbored at  Bixlh Avenue   Methpfl   .
W" rut! ,,.;,. a. the exhaust.    The   church   last   evening   Will  N     under-
Htople turning of an ordinary vilve|gt00d.   The natural re��un ffM ��� lack i
��the Bteam pipe has complete con-,of tluit hair line accuif .y m catching
Novel- the whole machine. the  beal   th-.t  I*,   so  essential  a   pan
When a representative qi The News ���,- (.00i_ (^c^-ted music. In spite oi
��*t'e engine w<ukl,H vestevlay itlthlj fh. bhoral offerings were ot a
I,'0' ��� me a Inc'u* to niike him be\algJi duality. Unquestlonablj toe
in"    '  Ihi   ',,M���e was dtlvlng ��'..e   p|��tte  de  resistance   was  t.u;  sev
f'nM'   'ie Maintained that th��^no-if,oin  Donliettfs  Lucia,    VJ hai J   '
**[."������. flrl lag the engine. Ivengeance W >*'-*irfn*Jv'\nZ. t!.
l.oVeve   the engineer   In   ohWge ������. Bingors di-iiy.;:.-.i ��        magm
*"������' the valve,    tbe   light* grewicenl   >|,niiy.      '���h,> ,d,m,c,"t ' K
'j''""    ��� ���   tresstlre g^n.e died to ,,���,., Wa�� taken by Mlas Vaima
t'lmoBt not1 lng. the nredU' In the volt   wl)0   tooh   the   big"
the
Some of 'he properties which haVe instead  of  in   Vancouver,  where
figured in the transactolns are: >"arda   have   been    overcrowded    for
some time.    When the new shops and
yards are built, only such freight traf-
3  on  fie as is absolutely necessary will be
handled in Vancouver:  nil trains will
op- be made  up at the Junction and all
repairs w.U be carried out there.
320      Incidentally,     it    is    probable  the
trains from  the Junction to Vancou-
er will  be handle! by electric loco-
SCHOOL BOAOD MEETINGS
motives.   The Western Canada Po.\er
company  has  now  four survey  lines
1  running from Stave Lake to the Junc-
t!:e   west:   oition.
W. R. Austin, about 600 acres:
tion.
Property   a J joining     Austin's,
acres:  sold.
Twenty-seven    acres   In  D. L. 340,
$10,000;   option.
The Donald  McLean ranch:   sold a
few days a_o for $300 per acre. ii'on'and'it Ts "probable some arrange-
John  Smith   two and  a  half acres  plent   wi���  ,,e ;lI.rived at wlth U)e c
and house,  sold. p    R    wheiehy   Ule   power   company
Pro; erty     adjoining     Smith's,     six  win supply the necessary fluid
acres;   sold for ^^^ ****^m...,.,���
Mr.  Scott   se
offered and reuisea.^^^^^^^_..-   ���.���^^^^^^^^^^^
Quilty ptoperty. hotel an 1 fourteen estate and speculative circles.
Steamers Collide off Golden Gate,
One Sinks, but Crew Is Rescued
era!  manufacturing  concerns  on  thc
river.
Advice Frcm Hamburg M3n.
Intense entliusiism aud mdimismr
marked the progress .}f t.'ie meeting-.
In a remarkable speech ll. H. A.
Vogel. of Soutli Vancouver, formerly
a citizen of Hamburg. Germany,
pointed out the advantages < t the
Fraser as a  greit harbor.    I.'e saifl
MU B�� OPEN Iti fVIM T~sorne ~m^*���B.��* th�� **
of Hamburg had a population of 450,-
000 and today it had a million more
than that. This result was brought
about by t' a energy of the c'tfzens.
They did i it srend millions in dredging the ii er. Thev spent hundreds
of millin-'s and prevailed upon the
government to do the same.
^^__^ .    Westminster  was  in  the    position
1 that  Hamburg was thirty years ago-
The question  of whether    or    not When the Panama canal was opened
school board meetings shall be open up there would be great shirs coming-
-1-"    -** *y****ntrh   it  nnrt  the  first Britis'i   port
Present Trustees Not Now So Bitterly
Opposed to Presence of Reporters���Change Next Year.
joining     Smith's,     six  wm supply the necessary fluid. ! school board meetings snail  ue upca  ...         .
$850 ier acre. |    \*\ the  meantime,    Coquitlam,    the to  the public  and  representatives of through  it and the first Britis'i  port
ven and  a  half a-res. Junction  and   Pitt   Meadows  are  the  tlie press is one which bus achieve 1 against the sun would become a great
and refused. only subjects of conversation In real  some   little   prominence   as   a   result staple  port.    New  Westminster   was
-'-���'-- -<����i���� Iof the declaration of the lafior nomi- in line to have that but If would not
 ��� m'mm     ,,ftr.r     V(>W        WeStmiDh
'san Franclicb, Nov. 2..���The fog-.
steamer Beaver, w'lil.d; left this port
this afternoon for Portland, collide'!
with the Norwegian steamtT Fclji.
hound frcm Hong K'onv to thi; city,
when  a  short  dlst-.tro  out.     '"'"
of the declaration of the lafior nomi- in line to have that but If. would not
nees that they would favor this steu. come running after New Westmin-
Accordliigly the News sounded soire ster. New Westminster nrist go af-
of  the  niessnt  trustees  as  to  thei:-  ter it.
vle<vs on the subject, but did not find The .el*y missed a golden onpor-
that the proposal is likely to meet tunity when It let. the trade cf tbe
with an\ very strenuous opposition Yukon go to Seattle and it must not
should It hc introduced to t.ie next repeat the mistake. New Westmin-
bi.ard ster had the finest harbor oi the Pa-
Dr. T. 13. Green wa3 of tho opinion ciflc coast. There was no question
that newspaper reporters should bu about that, but Its advantages must
admitted to these meetings, provided be   made  known    and    expenditures
was  unde'.stool that certain  mat-
1".
be  ma.'e  wltt    no    Cl
_ardly.
The accident hap: ono.
It was soon seen that the Telja wasl
Blnklng.   The Beaver, wbicb was only j ,t  ���,���u
.,,,', , '       , ....    't    WHS    UlULC^Ciuu..    ,..,���..   .     	
sightly damaged, stood by and picked! f      ,p..      ...     .t��� ,
up  the  crew  of  forty  Japs  ird  'CM   V, ,       ' '   .  .        '"..', ' y     ,7 ,     ,
white men ' .Vhi. B t"6?littt-.6 .uuli Ly would leud
i'l' . .    ��� to thwart the purposes or the hoard
B TllC Kea.er Is now making l's way .1IU] adversely affect tbe public inter-
In a (!<>ut��#Jb&ck to San Francisco. ests, be not published, or at least that
   I a ce;t:iin amount of discretion be ex-  mm  ......  ...���_�� ���      ,
ercUed.   Dr. Qreen farther complcined the advantages and drawbacks of the
must ^^^^^^^^
Unity Breeds Opt'mlsn*..
Another speech wl I rh at ousel considerable  enthusiasm     was   de'lvered
by      W.     H.     Higgins,     a     man
who   lias   made  a   He-long  st idy  of
note   without
IM.|
U  involved
B����f wi'l.-h had rtjglstered 120, crept BllPi although the strain
*wlv down  until  there was no cur-  waB evident, (���    ���.���,,, l0
T\ :" ��� n    We turned the    handle     TV ovation of the even
w^ itain. nol  more than  an Inch   ,   ���   naB)lKon  tor bli rendering w
and <, u-i.  ..... . ,,_.-,.. .,.��� ������.'���   .        i_  ,i...   Deep,    prohaoi)   <��
mil
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hair
TWT.NTY-ONE   NAMES   STRUCK
FROM   HOUSEHOLDERS'   LIST
Mayor l.ee. Alderman Gray and Alderman Jardine, the men who constituted the coin of revision o' the
householders' voters list, yesterday
did not find a peat deal to do, nat a
single objection to any Of the applicants being received. As a lesult
there are now about ^7fi more people
than there were yesterday eligible to
C    N    R.  Contract   Let. I of  a  luck  of  accuracy    in   revolting  Fraser   ^JJ  ��"_�� ^1^ ����*��
Wta&S Nov. 2,-^   contract auch WUiga rea���u ng in JtUrepe- was gti, jWtattJ * ,m(1
for the conetrucUon of t.ie O.  N.  IL  sentatlon, and thoush     '^ ' apparent  In tlie meeting.
!,om   lenu.i..a   to   Yellowhead     Pass  .ble reporters should he eraplo>ed fo.   MM^_W> ^ ^ ^  BtrongJy
was  lei   today.    For  pilvate  reasons   this work ��� , ,f any,hing was to be ac
he    railway    company    declines   in |    The attitude or J. C.   L ive�� la b'V^ "    hci,   it cou,, only be done by
nune   he successful tenderers.   Pre,.- stnn.iUly the same    (Jses Prise   I.    gfSJJJ^   action   0f   tte  le.re-
;"t.o,,s v.ii. be made tUl winter for  said,  ot^jjg0^,^J"neeflt\ll J  sentatlves  of  a.l  the  phr&S  affected
���"e rushlBil of work next spring.        undue  puttllcttj   NU1.''","'.,',.,,,   ,, .    bv the  scheme.
c  lllM,-'^l a���d may cause eon- Ideiahle h -m. Dy* ne sen ����?����� s     ��� ,[Ildr
Mcuuia,  i.uy. .        Kimulil  be ���
Victoria,   NOV.   Z~.���ll   IS   UUU<u��wuu   Uacu   jUuD ,     duu....                    ..      L.     A
i that  the question of the sale to the  wuy tney should be excluded. Lewis, of the Brunette Sawmills com-
aml government  of this  province of   the      Peter Peebles,    formerly  a  t-uste.   pnny. t>nd R.  M. Hl't':n. cf tie Can-
vrote al  the chic elections. | ���el.^inei;t  of this  province of   the      PetetJ^Ttntoe'San't for'��.e adian Western Lumber comrany, ex-
The court went through the list.anu �� Ks;iu|mait harbor required as  and possibly a futuie asp rani m comnanies thev rep-
'"doccadon to strike off the names ���e��w hon|e ot the Songhees tribe is honor, WftB-very_emphatic In,^ ��   phune^  ^ ^^ ^    ^^^
.    ml  Inimedla'elv  the eu-  ..A��leep   In   the   ���*-*,.   -     -u.,lence,
^  "!'; running again and the lightsWdunt of the taste ot the w,m
W______l I brightlv as ever.       M   ���   HitIKou   ics; on �� ��   '"     	
Jl-o reporter had  to adtni.  that It ^ent encore ^Jfl*���-    S ^.md ^.Vi��m to -trlke offthe name. ������.��� -^ the Songhees tribe is bono,', ^W��JJ����^��j; ^^d"w"ere VSSTtir   continual
J the enEme which was doing the t;lln Heights." B. **}���g��a. -with of twenty-three men who, warei os^ttj           con8ldei.ed ���y the chief officers marks, Jhen   approachej h      ,t th c
���'T i                                                  i,  '-�� ',l!iycd ('��,,,n<,f ,n���P  par    uh.rlv in  list last year.   Ot these    nrtee    we e              Hudson.s Bay company In Lon-   be tweptlot^entUr^,   ujs����. ,,e t(,we(, ,r> t,ie ���ortI,
, ', >?lne Is placed beside the old  ., Rt,a breadth of tone  panu u                                           graduated    from  '"^                          lv   late_   T���e local gov- the Idea of tiansacung iue u , frm thfjr
g^al endue which used to do the   ,,i' J^ register, and la e   ga^ a. gjjj ��                 ���  ,      .e n0w oMJon ^���J>' ���   iulvl8eJ prompUy 0f of a ^J^^.g^-iSffi JSl   on Ca-bo'lnenm  Works st-.at-
;   y;H lhe contrast  Is surp.dsl.vr, R��� enccre a clover fra^ -     th J fhe   property   holders   ��J    JJ^J g determination reached.                    . "���f^ .. ch'"d SV the d^B when ed   about  flve mivs  down  the  river
I. ic Btranper was doing all the od sll.lngs which le l.tdcd w                          n lm(, , ft the cll>  and the                        _                     b8Urd      He lecallefl ine complained of the situation.
��^Zi-l;;r;*i.t*..<:^  l^^tS ^^-V-::!:l^*^XSnuncanl,asnot|    V^A.^^^^                                                                                 ^ A W was ^,^�� HonL=
" ������  vertical  had   been  worked
j. ';s [uli capacity, Knglneer Kelly,.
r ''' " '"''i. who wn^- Rtnndlng near,1
Cm       that ,ll('    r-assady    engine
N noi  est. onelll'th  as  much  to
j,''1"'1'ue _a die old stylo engine.
Haiti ! ;!*;;;"'>' slated tbal   there was
'(,e ""]}' to tlie H|v0 (|���> engine could
���*-*_'   T,lp larger the enulne. fie ul     ���,.	
���tt,*'or *he efllclency.   Compound and ,'icin;.nstrated  to the
8tr ' '"'innslon cni'lnes could bo con- "
���'p'l  without  any  difficulty,
.'j��� V 'hiving dynamos, dbect-connled
���(t,,,r Warlne pronulalon, the CTassadv
- " ib incomoaraWe    its llahtnest)
unaccompanied   gl��-.     - waa
M,hf the purity of tut.
Peaceful
���,���.. lone war-
satisfaction   or
ai"i the
__^ small  Bpace 11 occupies arc  e(ji   the  entire
'ConUnii^rVn"paieKlve.)~    * success.
the critical.
The audience waa n large one, a'-
r'�� for the accommodation
r       ded. and Judging by the n'ltilaiise
and the number of encores demand-
most too hug
prov
concert  was  a  huge
^^^^^^^^   FLOOD SPREADS DEATH.     ^^^^^^^^
���       ,   t���,t���  nMnn   Xn.i   ���>" More than 1010 natives are
, ffP��28 an a' c^,SUf ZllaL Sa! Kwas Ngal, and An-
t,0il. �� nilMnce The total of the dead is expected to . gg.e-ate
��r�� more thah 1000, The property loss was enormous, four hundred boats with merchandise being re.ortei lost.
J ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���
unanle   to    gain    their    point.    Mr.  Ham    Pursl"v.    minister    cf    . nbl'n
Peebles has been approached several  works   prornlelnsr that stees v��-d betimes recently with u view to obtain-   inp taken to Improve the Fraser, waff
lng his consent to rtnnl. but he nte-  read.
ia! If ho should offer himself for the Those Present,
posit loft, ��� h will be on th.e distinct un- Tbe following e**t *he n--�� nf
de>standing that, should the board as those rresenl at Inst nlssht's meetlbgr
a body refuse to make their meetings Mayor John A. l.ee, New Wcstmln-
open to till, he will resign his seat. ster; L. A. Lewis, Brunette Siw-
L. Thornbur stated that be bad nn mills f1".. New Wo8trrl"-trr Alder-
oMertittn to ma'lng the deliberations innn B." son. New Westminster;
of the hoard public, and taking all the Reeve Byrne. Burnnbv: FAe. Allen.
tndlcntfbns ns they    stund. i'  Is not   Vancouver;   R.  Robinson  Vancouver;
unlikely tbat  this reform  will  be e'-l. ^ .
fected ne:.t scselon. *
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBE.   ���
Classified Advertisements
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WAiN'l'iiL}���STEADY DRIVER, MUST
know tlie town.   Apply P. Burns &.
Co.
WANTED���A  GIRL  FOR GKNKRAL
housework.     Apply   to   301   Queens
avenue.
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The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
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proved, with buildings, In the vicinity of New Westminster. Fui
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings stieet east
FOR SALE-CHANCE FOR PORT
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bcow house, in very good condition,
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gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St
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NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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I for the opinions expressed by Its cor-
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|CRIPPEN   CASE   RECONSTRUCTED
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
IOARD OF TRADE���N'EW WKS'l
minster Board of Trade meets in tm
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each montli;
quarterly meeting oil the tnira
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and November, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday o!
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE &  EDMONDS,  BARKIS
fers    and    solicitors,   Westminster I
Trust Block,  Columbia street.   New
Westminster,    W. J.  Whiteside, H j
L. Edmcsids.
WADK, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flees, 'Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
It. T.  PRINCE, expert accountant and
auditor.    Agent for the Hall   Safe
Co.    Office, room 6, Market Block,
opposite  City   Hall,   Columbia   St.
/df...    Phono i.kt��
Editor, Daily News:
Sir���It is generally Conceded to be
a popular sentiment that whether
guilty or not guilty, the man or woman who takes the awfully solitary
stand in the prisoners' dock on a trial
of life and death, is accorded sympathy by the man in tlie street by reason of tlie lonliness and ghastly peiil
of the position in wliich he or she is
placed. The idea is forcibly brought
home in one of Landseer's masterpieces, when we catch a glimpse of
wild Highland scenery and in the
foreground a stag making Ids last gallant attempt for life and freedom
against the howling dogs who arc
springing up the slope after him.
Then too, to some of us, the thought
of tbe man at bay In the stupendous
aloofness of one on a trial of life and
death, is unbearable; and we endeavor by every reasonable reconstruction of evidence to give him the
benefit of the doubt. So in the case
Of Doctor Hawley Harvey Crippen, for
whom the sands of life are slowly
dwindling in the hour glass of fate.
there are tliose who for this s.nne
reason, or for mere perversity and
argumentativeness, are willing���all
the English-speaking world over��� to
sift again the strong circumstantial
evidence agairist him, in the endeavor
to prove him not guilty. That circumstantial evidence is almost conclusively substantiated no thinking i erson
can deny; and it may he that those
wbo try to find him Innocent of murder have long accustomed themselves
to  Sherlock   Holmes'  methods  of ex-
New Westminster
Mail Service
trlcatlon; but for argument's sake let
us reconstruct the case:
First we consider tlie characters of
these three who have so suddenly
come into tlie limelight of a world's
criticism.
They are all three, sensational, emotional, unconventional. Wc must not
Judge their actions by the gauge used
for the average citizen. Belle Elmore,
Ethel Leneve, and Crippen, belong to
an entirely different class than the
average; they are plainly people led
by their emotions or passions.
Dr. Crippen is moreover, a man of
extraordinary brain power, possessed
it would appear of great logic, insight and nerve, this is the argument
of crown prosecutor, the judge and
the press. He is likewise to judge by
newspaper illustrations, of an unpleasant, not to say criminal cast of countenance, tills we know would unconsciously influence liis jurors in deciding liis case, but wc must not let this
fact prejudice our judgement. To
quote the judge: "The defendant is
an extraordinary man. * * * lie
has committed a callous crime. * * *
He has behaved with a most brutal
callousness and indifference after tlie
crime is committed."
All through the rehearsal of the
evidence we gain glimpses of this
man's supposed character, first as the
prosecutor sees him, and then as his
own counsel would have us view him.
Perhaps, in reality he is something between the two. kindly, no doubt to
those for whom he has affection, but
evidently an unscrupulous man in
many respects, a man who has no regard for truth, or the feeling of those
for whom he has no personal liking.
\ man also who possesses himself of
inytliing he desires by any means ln
his power���if we are to believe the
prosecutor. He asks us to believe, in
fact, that Crippen lias gone about the
nurder of hls wife In a most unique
md cleverly planned manner,   In the
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room.
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.: circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
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business section.    Apply 129 Tenth
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Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
Ti
���Meet
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
p!y upstairs Trapp block, corner
"~olii:nhl.   street  snd f'larkson
TO     RENT ���  FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. TOD Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
6 p.  tn.  ut Room  14. C23 Columbia
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  te  Cu
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and   Bunnrban  property
62S nnd 746 Columbia St.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & Ai'LiNU, MSii. f'lvui..
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
LOST.
LOST���A BROWN WATER SPANIEL
at New Westminster tram station,
on the night of Saturday, November 5th. Dog had collar on whtn
last seen. Reward for same. Communicate with Femnhill Bros., Ltd..
416 Loo Bldg., Vancouver.
LOST���A DIAMOND SCARF PIN
last Saturday, between Baptist
church and Welsh's Grocery. Kindly leave same at C. A. Welsh's gro
eery store and receive reward.
LOST���ON SATURDAY, A CHEQUE
for $13.50 cn Royal Bank ot Canada. Kindly leave same at 8G3 Columbia street west and receive reward.
LOST���BLACK WAGON COVER,
waterproof, between Blackie street
and George Cunningham's black-
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Co.. bank, office and store fittings
cahlnet. stair, showcases, manteu
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mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
prietor. Work*: Corner Eleventh
und car line. P. O. bos 254, fhont
473.
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ol
Phone IS. Newest and most up-to
date in the city. Terms moderate
First class cuisine. J. Trachy, Prop
������i CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coasl Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
���.._.i:iio ii. rn Daily except Sunday
>')]    i:ou p. m  Dally
'"   ��r** TO SEATTLE.
'.'"   1 f):Mi a. m  Daily
lir'f.ii p. m  Dally
bin   ;   i;- TO NANAIMO.
'     .3i00 p. m Dally except Sunday
"';'".    "''."fO  UNION  AND COMOX.
""'.''   5;.0O p. m Every Monday
.,;vT0, PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
..:-,rrttlnOO p. m...l)ec. il, 14, 27, Jan. 7, 21
"'   TO QOEEN  CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
"V'-jiftio j>: m	
'���'t'. ';". .'N(JV.! 'ii, Dec. 6, 20, Jan. 3, 17, 31
4v TO HARDY   BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
8* 30-tir. mid Every Thursday
Sft^J    "StoSP1 FRASER-
0,|  .WE��TMipsf.$R  AND CHILLIWACK
*"'" Leave We'strnlhster 8:00 a. in. Mon-
day   XYedijesday and Friday.
Y    .Leave ChlllWifCkJOO a. m. Tuesday,
..,��� I������riTl>ui;adpyli.in<I,JSaturday.
���'..in-i ..-���'     ������;    511.   GOULET,
v'      nt:*mr Agent, Westminster.
'l>'i ������'    "H. W.  BROD1K,
���ttsii urrjl ii '/q. Pt"A., Vancouver.
���uel ,.     i  ' i    nm
' : ilT'WVs'fo ADVERTI8E
.-���  --���_;������ ��� _-   ,N   _
;1^E'&AriiV;'rtEWS.
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortable accomoda
tlon. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA
per G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompi
attention given to all orders foi
male help. Ring us up, wire o.
write If unable to visit us.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27-
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, coiner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. H. West, N.G.; W. C
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
J, W. MacDonald, financial seeie
tan
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00��� United States via C. P. II.
idaily except Sunday)..  7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..ll:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except  Sunday)..10:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:3n
13:00���Victoria   via   B.   C.   E.   R.
(daily   except   Sunday).. 7:30
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
15:00���United States via G. N. R.
idaily except Sunday)..16:00
112:10���All   points  east  and   Europe  idaily)      7:30
123:00���All points east and Europe  idaily i    15:15
|12:10���Sapperton and Eraser
Mills      (daily      except
Sunday)         7:30
I 20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills (daily except
Sunday)       16:16
12:10���Coquitlam    (dally   except
Sunday)        7:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)       11:00
13:30���East Burnaby and llur-
riult'am (dailj except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster   (Tuesday  and
Friday) 13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port    Guichon,
Westham Island  13:30
10:00���Annievllle,  Sunbury (dally
except   Sunday    13:30
O'OO���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(dally except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day       15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30��� Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00
!0:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Hun-
tlneton, etc. (daily except Sunday)     7:iin
16:46���Crescent, White Rock and
Hlaine     idaily     except
Sunday)         7;JQ
16:46���Hall's Pral'le, Fern Ridge
and    lla/deinen     (Tuesday. Thursday and Sat-
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Laurentic   Dec. 3
New triple screw, 14,802 tons.
Canada   Dec. 10
Twin screw, 614 feet long.
*****************
For rateB, berth reservations, etc.,
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. R.
T. H. LARKE, N. P. C. P. A.,
Sl!) Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
m
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From  Vancouver  and   Agas
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay
and Okanagan.    (No. 1)7).
17:05���From Vancouver.     (No. OC).
19:20���From Seattle and Mission.
22:50���From Montreal and   Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Montreal.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal (No  96).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
H. C. B. FOSTER, A. G. P. A., Vai>
couver.
annals of crime, no such diabolically'
planned disposal of human remains Is
found.
We are told that Crippen llrst poisons liis wife, and then with Incredible
calmness and callousness goes to
work to dissect the remains of that
wife, taking away tlie skull and every
hone and all trace of sex, and disposes of them ttdally in some manner unknown. This is indeed an extraordinary liian, one who lias planned .in cold blood and a terribly calculating finesse, together with superhuman nerve, an awful murder and a
more awful destroying of Uie corpse.
Now when Crippen disposes of the
bones and skull, he wraps the remains
in the victim's own underclothing and
liis own pyjania jacket (it is not possible that he could dissect the remains
while the victim's clothing was on),
takes the curlers and some hah' from
the skull and places them also with
the mangled flesh of liis late wife,
and buries these ln his cellar. What
becomes of the scalped skull and the
rest of the bones never transpires.
Now we are asked to believe that
this clever,   painstaking, shrewd   and
diabolical Crippen, who has so uniquely gotten rid of the skelton of bis victim, disposes of the remaining most
incriminating evidence in a most sil-
I ly  and   clumsy   manner,  worthly  only
of an Ignorant and bungling   savage,
land further that he lives undisturbed
in (he house alone the mangled flesh
: <>r his victim lrom February to duly.
and never has the curiosity to say the
least   of   It,  tO  go  down   to  see  If  he
quick  lime  ha.s  done  its   work.    That
he even comes buck to iiiiidrop Crescent,  after  once    getting  a. ay     sc.it
.free  Is  another  Interesting   phase of
'the  care.     N'o.  this  is  not    logical,  a
man who had brains enough and tore-
I sight   sufllcient   to destroy  the  frame
would have surely seen to it   that no
I trace remained to hang by.
lt  is  useless to   defend   Crlppen's
moral character, thai i���Mv       ~"~*
rei is proven, but Why hi'*,,***.
the  trouble  to  leave
dence in this grave ���
����y such"
Wjmtlftr him as The" murSff. "wi
wife as the victim is ���<��� ,  ' ai"Ul
leasonable
precisely    as    anj
mlghl expeel them to"b7"i B H
thej are sure ldentl_catl0n��!!M
and victim. IS ul slaye
Does it  not  occur to
strange thai Crippen show,"!I ���vi
in his reasoning at this i (lw'l
he had been guilty S'bS^ <4
*W**th.tlme,     bSSfijJ
Ueve   that,  many  llmea
ruary and July he did not   .',,
"'tween Fe��
���nuat coned
crime and plan every 1
ting  rid  of all   evidence  bvby,gl
chemical or othei  i,��� ,,,,'���,   ���   m*
But no, Crippen, we
has no such qualms
Tl"'"'   a,ter  a11'   "hy  should  nl
pen commit murder?   To mar      I
Leneve, if such be the sole moC
the crown asserts, we may i   1.
sure  that   Crippen  knew t'h,! ' 1
far better and  cash,   no| ,��� J*J
dangerous methods ol .,.,,������    rf
this besides that ol murdTM
was an American and knew rlrtt
all he  had  to do  was to goto til
country   and   divorce  Ins    .jf,.  Jl
her divorce him    The crown'all
Crippen   murdered   Belle  EW
marry Ethel Leneve, then whj���**_
lng presumably murdered ho i\U_
imarry?    As   for  pecuniary   n_J
these were nm   sufficiently Btrow I
the sake of a few hundred poundi
was not so foolish as to endanger
life.
I other minor points for the iMe_
mlghl be brought up, as to whv
did not escape from the Monl , 1
why having horn,. |i:;i: , ;, .J
through tlie trial, he had not M
himself, if he  was consclouj of
(Continued on
agi  Seven.)
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
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B.C. Mills
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'*"'     '    ath   SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
LUMEBR. LAI". BOXES     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
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Royal City Planing Mills Branch
New Westminster Box   13>
Telephone 12
I NO CENTRAL BODY
TO   CALL   STRIKES
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
i%  to  25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
Vw��� MJI--I i ���    ���      ���
Your Opportunity
St. Louis, Nov. 22.���The American
Federation of Labor yesterday day decline:! to adopt a resolution tlie purpose of which was to centralize in Its
officials the power to call general
strikes tn given localities. President
Gompers led the opposition to the
resoution, which was introduced by
! Delegate Abrahams of the Central
Federation I'nion of Greater N'ew
I York.
Other resolutions adopted provided
for pushing the organizations of
tradeswomen, stenographers and office workers generally; favored a two-
cent tax on oleomargarine, a forty-
eight-hour law for tlie postal clerks,
and protested against the recent ex-
J elusion order prohibiting civil service
; employees from petitioning the gov-
j ernment for redress of grievances.
Idrug warehCuse
fire  at winnipeg
FOR GENERAL DRAFTING
AND BLUE PRINTING
See
THE   SUNSET     BLUE     PRINT   CO.
Trapp   Block.
Phone 711. Box 160.
.
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COMPANY
I
CORRECT
STYLISH
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Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Phone  388
Thomson  Blk.
AND '.EVERYTHING
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Only 12,000 Shares of Stock in this company
out of the 30,000 allotted to the City of New
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THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what exerts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
Lading ever devised. It has as its directors men known throughout the province as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes and
untarnished reputations back of them.
Winnipeg, Nov. 22.���Tlie large
Wholesale warehouse of the Martin
Bole Ding Co., located at the corner
of Market nnd Princess streets, was
gutted by fire this morning. The fire
started on tlie third floor at six
o'clock. The loss will be heavy. B.
I). Martin, president and owner of ihe
company, is a candidate for mayor.
A T
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To Responsible People   '' .-"''>.
Laughlin |
FOUNTAIN PEN "
and
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665���Columbia  Street���S65
New Westminster, B. C
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
RED GEM KP* The    Arrow   Press
HS&riH. . Mrs. E. Nl. Dominy, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
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Your Choice of
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Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
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NEW WESTMINSTER        ��� B. C
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on" Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
***��siness Accounts opened
on favorable terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS"$48,000.000
NEW   WESTMINSTE.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B.   C.
i ���;i Un* Rvatem vou can own a home without paying
Through our home bmUlng.V*m >��� �����,, location, de3ign your <m���
big profit, to othera.   Yocan ��� <***^ d b   the Ccmpa���y.
���    11   i A R. BAKER, Treasurer.
ROBERT KELLY, Pres.dent, A^ ^QR   ^^
'SJSStJS& C-..Ag.n, New We���.
lhe Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,  ��ewTelephoneN. 680
mamj^____*arMrm*mm^^^_^____l
Every pen guaranlei
full 14 KI. fulid Ou <**��� *���
uu tight haml luay ht tu
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Yon may tr. tlitipen * vs*l
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a halter   arttcla than ;������ - i    i
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Vd .siic Bulc..
Detroit. Vi>b
Gardiner & Gardiner L.	
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ARCHITECTS
Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Ohnnf. 6n1 Residence  Phone A?.?
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The New  Sternwheeler
\ S. S. PAYSTREAK \
[MisH mmm
Gold Watc'aes tor Laaus trom I12./5
gent
open tace
op��n    case,
Elgin
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneoule.
lars leave  Vancouver for New West-
minsuT at 5:5U, 6:50, 7:30 and 8:UU
xta., anJ <v?rv half hour thereafter
tt&tll li:30 p.m.
.larg leave New WeHtttiinsler for Van
couver at 5:50, $:20, 6:50. 7:26 and
S:00 a.m.. and every halt hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cari leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 am., and
every   half   hour   thereafter    ""'"
11:30 p.m.
are leave New Westminster for Van
couver at S:Oft a.m., and evpry halt
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne Line.
Cars   leave   Now   Westmlns'er   nt   7
H.m. nnd every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver.at 7 a.m. und
every hour until Hi p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 8 it in. to In |un.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 ii.in. to in p.m.
O.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
"sliver Watches,
J6.00.
Silver   Watches,   gents
1 17.50 up.
AKent     for    Waltham   and
batches.
Watch  repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Leaves Brackthan-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and frei. lit  as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. in.
rirst Class Passenger Accommodation
KOYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
SPEND XMAS
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Agents for the  HALL SAFE CO.
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XMAS   SAILINGS.
 iFroro Halifax:
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OFFICE:      Room   5.   Market   Block. ,  Gcorgc..    Dec.   14
U -        --�������" I    ,Roya,  Edward-    Dec.  28
And Fortnightly thereafter.
Opposite City Hall.
 lr.. I r-o P.   O.   BOX   <%
unlll! Phone L578
HOSPITAL
Westminster   P.Sate   Hospital.
Ti'A Townsend ut. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terme fiom
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755
Most Direct Route to Bristol, London
and the Continent.
Tickets and Reservations from E.
I Goulet. C. P. R. agent, or yrttoto Wm.
Istapleton. Generul Agent, -. Main
\ street, Winnipeg.
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eight rooms each.   "��   '" r    nath rooms
tween.   Hot and cold water,   botn
Plumbing, , ... trecs (Mountain Ash) planted on
Street is K,-aded, ****** If^if^X   &****��"��� ^ **
SS* IBSfc ^��Sr S5 Terms.
Prices, $1,900 ^f^^c^^^
Built and Owned by Northwe^Bi^ TimTWr
Gie.it  Northern  Railway.
Leaves     Now     Westminster
a.m. arrives Seattle 8:0B;P."�����
Leaves     New    Westmlnstei     10.30
a.m.:   arrives Seattle 8:1.5 P;m'.,g0
LeavOB     New     Westminster     4.30
p.m.;  arrives Seattle fl: 40 P-'�����
I eives    New    Westminster    12.81
,. ni ��� arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
"'Lca'es  Se,tf.e S��� 03  a.m.;   arrives
New Wost;iiinstcr 2:60 p.m
Westminster
Transfer Co.
diBank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
:APITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
^^^^^^^             ^^^^^^^ Branches throughout   Canada   nnd
i-mce 'Phone 1��.      Darn 'PfeOM W Mewtoundland.  anu  ln  London,   Kng-
_   ,     _,    _. and. New York. Chicago and Spokane,
Columbia Street. Q g A ^ aD(,  Mo..,((( citv     A  ttatth
Baggage   delivered    promptly    .o banking    business    transacted.    Let-
any part of Vi-* city. ers ot Credit is6iw>i    available   wit .
I ���   1 ���         111             ft      i* - ^respondents In    all    parts of    the
Light and Heavy Hauling "��><>
arrives
arrives
arrives
Leaves Seattle 12:28 p.m.:
New Westminster G:25 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Senttle 11:45 p.m.
New Westminster 0:30 a.m.
G   N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally;Jit
cept  Sunday   from  bridge   PMHUg
station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port
G,Lelres6:porPt "dulcton   8:00   ..�����  corner **��. f^^ Ay-nU*
da y  except Sunday; arrives at New) PHONE 370. ,..
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT.
EGGS!
G -een Cut Bone to Make
iYour Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWEU. A OOOY
all    parts of    the
Savings Bank D.Mfit'tment���Deposits
received in sums "1 $1 and upward,
aud Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
\nnum  (present   rate).
Total Assets over  I18G.000.O00.0O
NEW WE8TMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BHYMNBR. Manager.
i T   P. Morrison ,    , .        J- �����, J��',or
Phoni 624.
G.   N.   R.���Sun-as  Branch. I
Leaves   Sumas   6:00   a. "J;_,a^???
Sunday.
I  nunc   VWI
LABOR AGENTS
��     . .m.,  i,i���^    Prnmnl
��� _ ,���__ attention   to   all   orders.    Contracts
Leaves    New   Weshnlnster   b���,f'. negotiated.
��r station. 3:5.1 p. m :   WtiW (- ,
passen.er station 3:50 p.m..   arm-. gt
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday. |
New Westminster, B.C.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYEM
Phone 105.     P. O. Bow 346.
Ofllce, Front St., Foot of Sixth. T'4
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f>uDil��heti by The Dally News Publisti
fn.   Company, Umltod. at their offices
Corner   ot    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
*��. A.  Paige Managing  Director
Weekday Schedule
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"WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER  23, 1910.
LABOR  ON   THE  COUNCIL.
We irepeat what ,\ve said the other
-0*7, that the labor men woul J have
elor.e well tn put forward one cafffll-
��late rather than two or more for the
jtfjderaanic vacancies on the council.
But the meeting on Monday night decline:! to adopt the excellent suggestion cf Secretary Stoney for this pur-
iwsc and decide! to place three men
in the field. Thereby occurs a chance
that labor will not .el any representative on the council at all. If, however, one good candidate had been
chosen, the very best man that the
bond of labor could produce, then he
would have been certain of election.
Apart from the undivided support
of his fellow workers such a candidate would probably have received a
useful number of votes from citizens
���who   are  not    generally    classed  %s
working men.   As the case now stands  ~~^
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it is quite likely that no such support  **
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Cars leave Westtnlnsiter for Vancouver nt 5:50,  6:20,  6:50,
8:00 and every half hour'theriafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vaucouver tor Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,', 00c;  children  under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Caj-.s leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. ra.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. ra., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thert'afi^ until 11:30 p.  m.
Sunday Excursion  H^ffs:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Fi eight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m! and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
!��� i
City  Limits  Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday   Servicer���20-mlnute service fr.m 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. j
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CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
LEES LIMITED
We Fvrnish Your
Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS   TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
********** *******
FOR  QUICK  SALE
IS
throughout the city. It will result, if
net in direct efforts to prevent the return of the labor nominees, at least
to an attitude of indifference on the
yart cf many who would have assisted in securing the return of a single
candidate.
The position i:i whlsh the workers
of  the  city  have  thus  placet  themselves i.s very unfortunate.    We certain!;- consider that labor should have
n direct  voice in  the administration
of the city's  affairs,  and  we  believe
nine-tenths  of  the  citizens  are  animated  by a similar feeling.    Hut we
fear that by the action now taken the !
���working men may fail to effect their'
very  laudable and  just desire.
Much the same must be said with
retard to the choice of five candidates   for  election    to  the  boa'd  of
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Local  Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified thai il Is desirable to curry out the following works,
that is to say:
To construct cement concrete sidewalks, paved roadway, boulevards,
and storm sewers on Third Street
from Royal Avenue to Sixth Avenue.
And that the said work shall be
carried out In accordance with the
provisions of the "Local Improvement General By-law 1909."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council in accordance with the provisions
of the said by-law upon the said
worm giving statements showing tlie
amounts esti.iaTeil to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars, and the
said reports of tlie said City Engineer and City Assessor having been
adopted by the Council.
Notice   Is   hereby    given, that   the
said   reports  are  open  for  inspection
at the offlce of the city assessor, city
hall, Columbia street, New Westminster,  B.  C, and  that unless   a   petition    against     the     proposed    works
above  mentioned signed by a majority of the owners of the land or real
Ipropeity  assessed   or  charged   in    respect    of    such    works,  representing
at  least   one-half  in  value  thereof  is
presented   to   the  Council   within   fifteen  days from  the date of the  first
publication  of this  notice  the  Council   will   proceed   with   the    proposed
: improvements  under such  terms an I
conditions as to the payment of the
i cost   of such   Improvements   as   the
[Council   may   by   by-law   in   that    be-
;'half regulate and determine and also
to make assessment.
Dated this Sth day of November A.
D., 1910.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date  of  first   publication   the   Oth
day of November, 1910.
GOLD DUST win
sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanita
will be accorded to any labor c.ur.li-
date. The decision of the labor men's
meeting has awakened some feeling
of resentment against them as a body,
among the larger ratepayers of the,'J go Acres Water Front Property, two and one ha]f
city. Tills is much to be regivtted.
AVe heard it sail on the street yesterday that the working men are overreaching and want too much. This
possibly   a   pretty   general   feeling
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST deans . 1
sterilizes. dni
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a *._,
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after l?7
and impurities, and insures purity and safety ^
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser \,*
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of tt,!
work without your assistance, leaving- you to tak
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.      e
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
injust the right pro- \i j
portions to cleanse ^^W///,
easily, vigorously, J^
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
vour work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting
on Fraser River. A very choice tract at a genuine
snap.    Price and terms given on application to the
Take notice that I, William  Robert
Dick,  of   Vancouver,   B.C.,  occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to lease 200 acres of land
J bounded as follows:    Commencing at
* a post planted at the east side of the
* extreme head  of the north    arm    of
:Drainey's inlet, thence east 40 chains,
thence  south   50  chains,  thence  west
2 40 chains, thence  north 60 chain* to
* post   of commencement.   Purpose foi
* which It is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM  ROBERT nine.
Movius Land and Loan Co,
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A.
xi larger representation on this board.
TO  BOOST NEW  WESTMINSTER.
The report presented to the board
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Annual Meeting
-OF THE-
LIBERA! ASSOCIATION
The annual treeting of the Liberal
Association fit New Westminster will
be held or< November 24. at 8 p. m.
at their club, over the News office.
Matters of great importance and of
general Interest will corre before this
meeting. '.Aii- Liberals cordially invited.
of trade on Monday by Mr. A. E. j *
White dealing with the excellent work *
that has been accomplished In the
��lty of Portland, forms a very inter-
�����s'ing iind valuable contribution. Seeing what can be and has been ac- j *
.-nmi.lis'.ied In this southern city,
Which has so many characteristics In
Common with New Westminster, it
should be pooalble to do some effective work for the development of the
Royal City.
More than once have we appealed
for the exercise of that spirit of enterprise and action which would promote the advance of our city, but no
one has seeniel to consider it was
Ills business to come forward and get.
���a. move made in the matter. Now
that Mr. While has put the position
so plainly before the citizens we hope
soma real movement may be made.
What we need Is a concerted move-
Jrient, the active and financial support of every individual who has a
stake, however small, ln the city,
t'ntil this comes about there ls little
chance of doing anything like what
lias been done by the enemy and
backing of the men of the Oregon
���city.
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I SEE OUR ORCHID WINDOW !
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ORCHID Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Cold
Cream, Face Cream, Almond Cream
USE ONLY THE BEST
fin
PERFUMED
LYE
Is me standard aniele
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For making soup, softening water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
��� lnha, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
equals 20 pound* SAL SODA.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT SiKfB
TORONTO .ONT.
7   Dr.   iij
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A pure grape cream oi
tartar powder. Its fame
is world-wide. No alum,
no phosphatic acid.
There is never a question as to the absofiute
purity and healthful-
ness of the food it raises.
���IIISk
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Call and get a Free Sample before they are all gone.
j Ryall's Drug Store j
PHONE  57.
EYES TESTED DY GRADUATE
Start New Campaigi.
Portland, Or., Nov. 22.���Although
.woman suffrage was beaten at the recent election by a big majority, lt. was
learned today that the Oregon Equal
guff i a.e association ha.s started another petition for votes for women,
which will be presented to the state
ilegl plat tire when It meets In January.
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer wlll leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to Nev�� Westminster Saturday evening.
,'lll��l   '.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and ladner
7:30 a.m.    Additional trip Monday morning, leaving    New Westmln.
ster at 5 a.m. . n
IB	
This schedule subject to'.change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to   '%.
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
Look  Up These Snaps
Modern 7-room house in Sapperton,
one block from the car, on lot 50x180,
close to waterfront a.nd industries,
$2700, $500, balance arranged over
long period.
Close In lot on 12th street, $650,
$200 cash; balance In fi. 12 and 18
months.
Nine choice building Iota ln the
west end, the coming residential district; $500, one-quarter cash; balance
6, 12 and 18 months.
A comfortable 5-room house on 18th
street, large lot with fruit trees ami
chicken house, $1400; terms can be
arranged with small cash payment
down.
628 and 746 Colvmbia St
White, Shiles & Co.
New Westminster, B. C
In buying silver lor jour use or
for ;;ift.��, sec that spoons, {o:\ii,
knives, etc., arc stamped
"1847 ROGERS BROS."
Hi.-l-.nl
Ami tea sets and other
hollow ware stumped
with thh trade-mark:
We have a Fine Line
OF
TEA  SET
and we can save you from 25 to 50
per cens. by buying here. Call and
we will be pleased to show you them
T. GIFFORD
The Jeweler ^DAY.
NOVEMBER  23,  1913.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
gflWTE ESMONDS
BACK ON POLICE BENCH
, Held  Yesterday   Afternoon to
Ct -'���,, With  Drunk,  Assault and
Fer.cry Cases.
the afternoon Instead
.cc0Unt of ��ie f:il,"re ot AcUlIB
.(0   Corbould  to appear, the
Jl:"'r"" ., ���f vesterday was held at
police court o
. ,., o'clock I       ______________________
���*  ;sual ������,���     WMfetrate   EJT-
01'' . ���,, the bench. Two drunks
""T^leVoft with b caution, pleadiijg
*'e:" '' . v���| oome toJ town with
<���''���' ' ..checks and "accidentally got
then ^'jj., A habitual drinker,
i ���;"' , K[*_ vagrancy, was interdict-
i- l0gl er, on the samo charge,
/A,-*1 ���������. hours to get out of
was ->'1'
I S.W-
Ada.
Move In Concert
To Improve Froser
(Continued from p
_e Une.)
II. I'.. A Vogel, South Vancouver; C.
Stuarl Campbell, South Vancouver;
u. M. Hilton, Millside; T. .1. Trapp,
New Westminster; W. R, Gilley, New
Westmlnsier: J. 0. Hutchinson, Vancouver; Lieutenant Colonel J. \Y. Sel-
by, Toronto; W. F. II. Bucklin, Small
und Bueklln Lumber company; VV. ll.
Higgins, Eburne; R. 0. Hodgson,
South Vancouver; W, A. Pound,
South Vancouver; George , Eaater-
brook. lOasterbrook Milling Co.,
Eburne; A, E. White, board iof trade.
New Westminster,; I). S. Cm tis, New
Westminster: Herbert (iilley. New
Westminster; ll. P, Vidal, New v. mt-
minster.
LAND   ACT.
New Westminster Land District.    District  of   New   Westminster.
Tnke notice tbat John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
Bcrlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile northeast from the
head of Hillings bay, nnd about 40
chaln�� easterly from the southeast
corne- of timber lot number 37341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east
40 chains, tlience sontl 40 chains,
tlience west 40 cliains to point of
commencement, containing 1G0 acre?
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 21). 1910.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PoBlello, a foreigner with but
...... English  at   his  command,   was
,    ,',| wjiii robbery with violence on
mplalnt  of    Sutjar    Singh,  a
d,, aDd both accuser and accused
"  'string ol witnesses, but In vie*
!���'
serious
nature of the  charge.
���
;   '..',!,',' BdmondB   adjourned tin,
.;, the advice   to   prisoners
'.;       to s.r tbal he was supported
D8ei mi I an  Interpreter, until
':, raorD|ng ,,i half past nine.
1   ,    .,,,,.,. was heard in the adjourn-
��� 0i Peter    McCoy,    on    two
',,._,.; of forging  the  endorsement
. g ���  Morrison to cheques In the
[avor "a a local bank. Accord-
!,      Morrison's evidence, It appears
J,'". ,��� a previous occasion he give
'v      a cheque for $3.90 to  wbicli
rte latter appended a forged endorse-
Besi v.iili  bis  consent.      The    men
wre friendly, both  working  for the
V,,;.   iver Power    company    at Co-
,:;-..::. (linn, and McCoy was in the
i';, :- ��� borrowing Morrison's razor,
,i ;, was kepi in a tin box contain-
r. ��� the time in question, the two
r:,  ���, on which the case is based.
un July  8  Morrison     missed     the
ci.  es, and on enquiring tor Morri-
n,     ���    thai he had lefl the camp.
|j? erta    In    handwriting
v,      Hei, and their evidence tend-
el    establish a resemblance between
,  ... . mi; i ��� on the two che [ues,
.,:,   for $46.80 and  $45.90 re-
i     .... and  that   on  the  che iue
v.:,.  h   prisoner  miinine |   to
Accused was committed
il at tbe nexl court of compet-
tv. jurisdiction
\NATOMIE   OF   ABUSES."
To Farm Seekers
An opportunity is offered you to secure a nice 80-acre farm situated iu Langley, on a good road and close to the railway station and
post ofllce. 23 acres are cleared, house is worth $2,500, and all other
buildings are in good order. The soil is of the finest and its productiveness is Illustrated by the splendid crops harvested therefrom.
This property Is $iiu an acre cheaper than anything In the vicinity,
and Is a genuine good buy.
Price $''.11011���Terms one-third cash, balance one and two years.
Vou  tannseeker investigate this property at once.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.
T.   II.   McCormick   Manager  Heal  Kstate Department.
451   COLUMBIA  STREET. PHONE 669.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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We   are  daily  opening   up  new goods and are showing the largest ��� I
line of WATCHES, JEWELRY,etc., ever exhibited in New Westmin- * jl
iter. J!1
CHRISTMAS GOODS
Now is the time to choose tha   article for an Xmas present.
We will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call and examine our stock now, when it is complete.
Agents for  Howard, Ball  and  Longine Watches.
THE
IEWELER
I ChamfoerliaVs ���
������
i    <ne Philip  Stubbs,
.. .      editor asslgne l I ���
t, ;-1 (ootball game way back in
;��� ,to the following under the
j. ml ���  of  Abuses-
' - u com ei ning  football play   I
[p . i unto you it may rather be call-
friendly  kindee of fight than  a
I recreation; a bloody and nivir-
than a felowly Bporte
For dOOth not every one
��� \ ror ins adversarle seek-
��� rthrow  bim  and  to  pickle
nose, t hough  it be   upon |
i
oevet   Bcrapeth   away  the
goeth      ���  bm it either sure
d and bruised, so as lie
oi i Ise Bcapeth very hard-
\    . ! in. maervalle, for they have
' ���      . !,i to meet  one bet wist  two,
|o lashe i lm against  the hart  with
'1'" elbows,  to  hit   him   under  the
��t rl bei with their gripped lists, and
their knees to catch  him  upon
Ip, and to pock him on his neck,
i hundred such murtherlng de-
and hereof groweth cnvle. nial-
raacoor, choler, hatred, dlapjeaa-
N, quarrel picking, murther,  bomi-
W, and .rent effusion of blood as exigence dayly teacheth."
Some sllnger of adjectives w. s Mr.
Stnbbs
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let.
APPROPRIATE."
' nder the captain of "Appropriate"
* toothless old fan sends In thc fol-
towing:
"What'B doing in the way of amusements?" asks the newcomer of the old
Inhabitant of Hades.
"Baseball game, every afternoon,"
B��wera the old inhabitant.
"Baaebain You don't mean It I
1[ ' - great, i was a tan from 'way
J'- ������ on earth, On the square ,do you
*������.'.** baseball every dav?"
Sine thing."
fi "y glnget'    This  place suits me.
;��� ': 'U! 8ay, this can't be Hades.
men
,     '    'I Is.   The home team   always
Naval
Noll
SERVICE     OF     CANADA.
e     Concerning      Tenders      for
Clothing nnd  Kit for the Seamen
Of  the   Naval   Service.
thpEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
j" undersigned, endorsed "Tenders
' Clothing and Kit" accompanied by
ampica and a certified cheque for io
��'' cenl of the amount or the tender,
"be received up till noon on Wed-
.wflay, November   30.  1910.   for  the
Icllim
'"g contracts:
lot" ii01 "le m*.**\*t of���Itoots, I'ni-
Soci, Rea ani1 Buttons, Underwear,
ttii ni Btock,ni��. Jerseys, Comfort-
'";j holera Holts. Leggings, White
|"1r". Collars. Towels, Blankete,
s  Bed Covers,  Knife  Lanyards,
and
|uaheg  (Tooth,   Hair,  Clothes
2 ''Combs ihorn),
X, '   Blue  serge,   Huek,   Jean.   Drill,
Most good styles are found
first in Fit- Reform Suits
Fit-Reform has done mote to raise the standard of
tailoring than any other one agency m Canada.
Pit-Reform styles are Fit-Reform creations -
originated and perfected by the foremost artists of
the Dominion.
This Morning Coat and Vest,
with striped Worsted Trousers
carries  that  atmosphere  ot
correctness so characteristic ot
Fit-Reform.
$25. tO $35. 123M
c'ani:ei
'���   Fn
Karmi
shirt In . In the piece.
ij ' "or the making un of the follow-
(wll,;un,,;'>ts���Tunics, Ser. e .lumpers
'���jum without cuffs), Duck Jump-
A< Housers, (D-tck, Berpe Cloth)
jCp2i ,"��� Mo,,l'^y Jackets, Shirts
Ca-��� l ",l,M'H,sts, . p.men's Collars.
��b n        a a'ut I'ealto.l., Cap Cov-
?,,np,'iills.  I Combination  Suits).
one",. ,0M0!l ()f contract to he for
Artioi.   . om December 1st, 1010 for
,,es hi  Schedules'1   and   2  and
FRUITS
WATCH THIS
SPACE FOR
Announcement
OF
CHRISTMAS
FRUITS
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in
New   Westminster
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT"
3500 Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18i/2 Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VICTORIA anil   SKATTLE,2:00 p. m. Saturdays.
PRINCE! RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays.
STEWART nnd QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS���S. S. Prince
Albert leaves Prince Rupert on arrival of S. S. Prince Rupert for
Stewart, and for Queen Charlotte City, Pacofi and Moresby Island
I��ort3 at .10:00 p. m. Thursdays; and for Port Simpson, Kincolith and
Masset at 1#: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. SMlf H, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial A. ent.
Telephone. 7100.    527 Granville Street,  Vancouver.    Telephone  3060.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
E. N. Sutherland
H. V. Ardagh
City Property
ots on  corner  with   six   ro
ond and Third streets. Pric
Port Mann
Two full  sized lots on  corner  with   six   room   house,  on   Tbiri
avenue between  Second and Third streets. Price $6,000  Good terms.
12  a_res immediately  adjoining the townsite and  beina; in Section 27,  Hlock  ii, Xortb   Range 2 west.    Price $900 per acre.
This is Cue cheapest buy in this district today.
Burnaby
Lot on Third avenue  within one block of car line.   Price $300.
Sutherland & Ardagh
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
iM_NMmNBMOTmMHBnn!
CAJelsh  AnExtra-^oodBuy
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
New Type of Engine
Is Proved a Success
Five room cottage, modern, on big lot, corner
of 12th and Nanaimo Streets. This is one of
the finest view lots in the west end and can
be purchased for the very low price of
$2650 on Easy Terms.
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features not found in engines of the
marine type, while the absence of
vibration bracket it with the turbine,
without however, possessing any of
the disadvantages of the marine turbine.
In the ease of the latter type of engine eternal vigilance must be exercised to keep the clearances between
tne'fixed and moving blades correct.
Otherwise disaster is inevitable and
the blades will be stripped from the
turbine from en dto end. Neither is
turbine from end to end. Neither is
a full load.
But' these two disadvantages are
absent in the Cassady engine as it
shows' as high efficiency at light loads
as at a full load, and cannot be easily
put out of order. It can be reversel
instantly and has variable cut off,
while its governing is phenomenal.
Mr. Cassady has secured patent
rights for his engine and he purposes
manufacturing and placing it on the
market in the old country as well as
in the;United States and Canada. He
states'that there are already some
local men interested In the proposition and the indications are that a
factory will be built and the engine
manufactured ln the city of New
Westminster.
This latest engine has been built
from the design and unler the direct
supervision of the Inventor by Louis
IlWhop, of this city.
Another of tbe engines Is in course
of construction to provide the motive
power for a stetm yacht, being built
by George Cassady, junior.
The engine is working every day at
the cold storage plant and is open to
the inspection of anyone interested.
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-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
Contractors and
House
AJVe have a full   line   of   the   Best
Builders' Hardware in this CityJ
Before Bailding See Us, as we [believe* we   can   save   you
money. ~ 3Gso Complete   Stock  oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
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CITY    OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Notice.
Merchants requiring rings In curbs
of sidewalks on Columbia street, for
the purpose of hitching horses, please
notify the city engineer nt once.
W. A. DUNCAN,
CITY Clerk.
City. Hall, November 23. 1910.
CITY OF NEW WE8TMINSTER.
Applanation for the rosltlon of City
Trefisarer wlll be received by the undersigned up to Monday, the 28th
inst,, at 5 p. m.
Applicants to state salary required.
W. A DUNCAN.
City  C'erk.
City Hall. November 8th, 1910.
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I write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, iCCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' t; LIABILITY,
AUTOWTOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.]
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NOTICE.
The undersigned has moved his
office to 1316 Cariboo street, where
he wlll conduct the real estate business Under his own name. The ollice
on Twelfth etree* I" to* �����'��.
D. D. BOURKE.
raw!   Strongest Companies.]
Lowest Rates Best Security
.    VI. ���
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD t/1   PAQB BIX.     -
THE DAILY NEWS.
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WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER ,,
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NO USE
TALKING
THE MORNING PAPER is the only effective
medium for advertising your goods to get
returns on the same day.
The busy housewife, intent on buying in the
best market, reads the morning paper and immediately decides to purchase some of the bargains advertised.
Advertise at night and the special articles
you want to sell are forgotten in the morning.
Advertise in the morning and sales are immediately made. The first thought by the
thrifty buyer is to learn the latest prices; the
latest prices are published in the morning
paper.
Advantage is taken by rival advertisers to
go one better in the morning paper. Therefore Merchants, get busy, do a bit of thinking
and advertise in
The   Daily  News
The Leading Newspaper of New Westminster SDAY.  NOVEMBER  23, 1910.
-:THE DAILY NEWS.>
PAGE  SKVK'N.
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Form   o   i   . |
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i il
Corresponitonco
,.    xj_ndP.RE    addressed to
gEALE Departmenl  ol   Imditu
-    S< ; and  marked  on  the
..ion Baj Qirl
,, -. ived up to noon
I no,  Coi   the er.   ' loi
icbool    bulldini
v '��� '   '������'   ** ��� tor
G. .!   Dl   lfi ,
De    ���    Ministi    ,   | ���   v
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Ottawa   Octi .      m ,   ��� \-
Notice.
'  '    req lirin    rin ���    In curts
on Columbia atreet, for
of hitching horses,please CBfPPEN CASE RECONSTRUCTED,
thi    ii    , a ���'��������      rn once.
(Continued From Page 1
DUNCAN,
CITY Clerk.
1910.
pi
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slam
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0   ���,   ,. Neeland
I   nai     Agencies,   Van
! Dlchburn, Inepecto
'    '       victoria, and W    M
.   . ,, Agent, Atari Bay.
;,:   be  accompanied
AUCTION
BERTH
SALE       OF       TIMBER
COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
I !
, mc ma i>   payabli   lo
f0    D   .nni   equal   to
���  amount ui tende
pi
will   In
ailed upon to d<  so,
decline to entei  into  Ne,   v estmlnste
len
,,   noi    acoefpted    the
a urned    In the even)
���     endei   th,   cheque
until    the    contract
.    I   vi,   be returned.
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Locsl   Improvement  Notice.
i   Municipal Council ol the  Cor-
oratio    of the City  ol   New   West-
In res ilutlon   deter-
mim i   and spi lift    tha   I   ������   deSira-
ble N. earrj o       u   tollowlni   works.
1 te  rig i    ti   cui  timbei  under   '���!��� thai  li  ti  8a
cense on   Berth  No. 535, comprisini ���   con    i      cement concrete sihe-
tne folowlni   lands tn the  Province walks,   paved    roadi .      boulevards
"    a ltlal   Columbia, wll)  b     tm     to n    (ewe i   oi    Third   Streel
; lbUl  "'";i"'  ;|   'i" upsel pri ti ol   I i '���   Ri   i ���   t.  sixth Avenue
'70.01    Including cosi ol  Burve    a        ���"' hi   said  work  shall
' loci !��� \i., on Wednesda thi carried oui li accordanci
1 " Di ������"ii ba ne it al the ofllce I1'" Isloi o hi "Local
the   Dominion   Timbei    Agent   al   ln""   Genera   B -: -
���'���"'    '"  Cl     Engim nd City Ae
l:illl("   i("r;l   No   535,  sltuatei   li   ** ������"    hi   li <      i���   fouii-
"!" Province ol Brltlsl Columbia, ell li accordant wltl hi provlSiofn
comprising Sectloi 2 Townshli 19, "' ;1'' ,;:'"' by-lm upoi the suH
Wesl n Coaa Meridian containini ' ' ki gl lni statemeh - 11 wing ihe
i" area ol 641 ncrei more o less ii amounti estlmatei u bi chargeahle
shown on plan o Burve slgnei i. agaii :' a lom po lorn o feal
ighthall, h i. S., Burveyeil '��� '���"��� " bi benefitei h the Buid :,
ii the v-'""i:> nm1 o he pa ��� uli -s and the I
Branch   o     b<       ���     ' ' ������ ti   "     hi   said  City   rm I
be
with  the
Iniprove-
tenderer will b.  rt
.    . ..,.,.,   a bond  in Batlsfac ,,    M( .
toi  i. huh. equal to the Timber   and   Grazlni
hi   contract, Departmenl ol tbe Interlo
lowest o   anj tendei noi neces       A   :j,(.ns,   , ,L  ,in;   ,,(   |g| ||w,   ..,���
accepted tin    full   amounl    of    the    purchase
'   pile.   an.   th.   i   mui    n  a   toi  th,
fl      yeai    have been paid.
The condition! ol payment, rate or
;....,;  insertion of this
liort!
h   it ���   newspaper will
!"''    ... I��. McLEAN,
Secret r;
i    n   Indian   tfla   ���
.....   tt    ������ . i
neei   am   Ci      ksaesaoi   having  boon
adopted h     ' i  Council.
Notlci ��� given   that   the
said   'epo   -   ��������� -t   open  for Inspection
hi tin   ofl ie i     hi assessoi. city
hall. Columbia  - reet, \< -.-���   Wei  mh
. ulli for the posslbilitj of non-acquittal, instead ol wbieb the sentence
(������oiiips us a tremendous shook to him.
Leaving Crippen, we turn to the
ntem^lation of Belle Eltnore. Hero
in netress; a woman to whom no
doubt tbe atmosphere of tarcial traj
ed ahd cheap melodratha Is a natl i
element. She too. is a clever woman.
I el ms suppose for the snk* o a
nioni that Hello Eltnore learns of her
husband's at! achtnent to Ethel
novo, anil indeed ii Is Impossible to
believe her unaware ol I'. Pilled wltb
rage, jealousy and wounded vanity,
sin plans and perfects the plan for a
unique revenge.
Lei us suppose she obtains tl"   f<
mains found  in  her cellar  from
dissecting room of u London hospital
(nol Hiioli an impossible thing as one |
mlghl  Imagine,  If n janitor oun   he'
found who could he bribed to keep it i
out of the crematory for a considers-1
tlon).   she hns plenty of time during
the winter  to  bury it in  her della '
whicl   by   i b<   way is the proper Betting  for a  victim's grave.      To  give
wife'    :' 'v���   >       on an
alarmini   turn Is not  nny more proor
,   ,.   ,
trouble   consequent   upon    his
! not b do    ��� le to find hei.
Thai   C ira   Cripp. ���    wijl   evil    h"
found   ;    extretfelj   doubtful,  consid-l
' erlng ll would I i   quite to her Interest now not to be, bul thai the doom-!
r-i' mun In  Penl ravllle, i    guilty   of |
her murder   is   open   to   speculation
likewl
PERCY EGERTON  STERLING.
Now    Westminster,   November   22,
1910. I
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Offlce:   Princess  St
His Old m Made
Free From Suffering
BO CHONG
BY GIN PILLS
Annapolis, N.S
"I am over Ro years of age and have
boen suffering with Kidney and Bladder
,: Trouble for fifteen years. 1 took doctors'
medicine but got no help. I -want to
thnnk you for sending me the sample
box of GIN PILLS.
I have taken six boxes of GIN PILLS
altogether but got relief before I had
taken near that amount. I had to get
up some nights every fifteen minutes
and had to use an instrument before I
could urinate.
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Who has been in the Tailor Business
in Vancouver for a number of yours,
has opened up a similar business ln
jthis city. Latest fashions. Suits
jm.-ule to order. Fit guaranteed. Phone
! 54, or call at Kwong On Wo Building.
W Columbia ��tre��_.
21
et.    are contained tn th< Tim      ���     :    -'������ and thai  unless   a   peti-
������!���   Regulations i  cop*  ol which m ' the    proposed   works
b.  secured on application  ti   the an   ;'������   -     ���'    med Blgned by a rnajo
Now, I can He in bed four or five hours
the I'misliiiiK touch to the plot It [sl without getting up. I can say that GIN
wrapped dp in her own underclothing PILLS have nearly cured me and I shall
or the doctor's pyjatma jacket, and always keep a box In the house."
then for fear time Should obliterate
thes.     evidences,    curling    pins���her
TENDERS.
gne     a   t.-i tbe Crown   Tii
gem al  s i w  *} esi mini
P  G   kkvi:.
Secretary.
Ottawa, October 12th, 1910,
W. H. 1TERC*.
Do as Mr. Pierce did -write tis for
free sample box of GIN PII.I.S and see
for yourself just how much they will do
for you,���then buy the regular size boxes
at your dealer's���50c, or 6 for $2.50.
GIN TILLS are sold with a positive
guarantee of monev back if thev fail to
���,.;, works, representing 'nfli"s for her tO disappear effectively; give prompt relief.' National Drug and
-half  in  value  thereof   Is   '"   '''    '''"    slle  mu8t   relinquish   her    Chemical Oo., Dept. B.C.. Toronto.   51
11>  ol I h<  (* ne 1 0   the land or rei
propertj  assessed 01  charged in   re
spec    ol    s
fit   le;,s:   one
' -i "e left in the grave with a little of her own hair. Xow a little lime
is added, bul  not enough to d	
the   flesh.
The   plot   being    ripe,   it    only   re-
DERS    ad I ���    ei
... partmenl  ol Indian
��� nd   marke
.  .     ��� Carcross I  1
be  received  np  to
21    1911, foi      ���   ���   ���
; .  b larding b I
',, rcrosi   Yukon Ten M *r*
idfl -sui ni     ������
���es of 1    r
:
presented  to  the  Council   within fif-llewels,   But revenge is sweeter than
    eon aayt  : om the date ol  the arsi   raWeB' f,n'! beBl?e! u]" can win more|
 ���  publication  oi  tbis  notice the Obuin   gems, to these Were won.
COAST   LAND  DISTRICT   RANGE  2.   Oil   Will   proceed   wilh   the    proposed       All is now ready. Bhe quarrels with
  improvement under such terms and  the doctor or the Leneve girl, or prol
Take Notice thai I, William Rofcerl  com   low  ai  to ibe payroem ol the  fir'lv b,',Ul- v,',u,'h wo"ld  accouni   for
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C.  occupation   cost   ol  such   Improvements   as  tit-  'u'v person's frtghl and hysterics in,
te dealer, Intend t<  appi:   foi   Council may  bx   by-law  in  tbat   be- January, as testified by the landlady:
1st on to lease  ��� ���< - .    land halt regulate and determine nnd also an^ 1hen making the marbinettis an
be  bounded as follows:    Commencing fit  to make assessment. |additlonal  reason  f r a quarrel
���nHBnasBBa
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up   $11,20(1,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank bus 178 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
N'KW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
*****************************************************
Weekday Schedule
6:50,
::20,
W.  A.
Date or
;������  post   planted   200 yards   above  tide
Agencies   Van-  *ater on the river entering the head D.,
1        ainey's  Inlet, thence  north   1
; .     \ 1 1., ;.     c. cl      s, thenci   wesl 60 cl ains, thence
100   chains,   thence   east    :������'
to posi o1 commencement. Pur- day ol Xovember, 1910
...... V.  T��� pose tor which it is required, quarry- . _	
Minim      it       ' :   *nr--
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK
.    . . . 11 tember 26th. 19lfl
Dated t   te Sth dav of Novemher   \   disappears    drammb-aily    and    thoroughly   in   order  that  revenge   may
DUNCAN,        1 work its will and Crippen be hanged
Clt.   Clerk.      !��'' l'iR f��H>' Rnd possibly Leneve too.
publication  th<    91        T,1S1 either of these ^oman should
7:20,
8:00
at   8
and
���
-���    V. T.
musl  l ���
.    e 1
ed for a ���    *1 to
' th.
	
NOTICE.
he regarded as any   more   virti
|than Crippen 1  fail   to   see,     That,
, either would be as capable of wicked!
-ne and immorality as Crip] ���
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
pretty   extensively   proven   by   their
Notice is herehy    given    that    The
FraBi i River Tannery, Limited, a bod;.
New Westminster Land District.       corporate,   Incorporated   under     th<
Taker I   i I  at James Davis 8mith "British    Columbia    Companies    Aet,
ertn��    ���       i       ���      of Vancouver, B. C, occupation build- ls";'   '���'���"'    Amending   ^cts    cai+yln?
��� ct when called apon ,.r  i,,;i.nas to applj foi  pei   lsslon to on  business  ln the  Distrlcl  o!   Nev
If the tender be nol accept- ,���..       ,     . ,     following    described "esnvi-io,  and Province ol  British  ,.,, 1ivim!    Th,,,  ,���.   rii,,ppn   should
��� ��� will be returned,    in |aniis: coiumuia   having applied to His Bx- ,..,. ,,, ,,,,��� ,,���.,, , when enqulrv
acceptance ol tende   I  0     Commencing at a posi  marked    T eellency,   tbe   Qovernoi    General   In	
til be held onlil the contracl   -**    gmlth,     G      W,     corner,"     al  Council Ior the apptoval ol a certAln|~
Thai the Vt oi d 6f B
Miller should be taken ;\c conclusive
teal are tor considi
That lie evidently knew move Ot Belli
1 ���  e tbab he admitted i? revealed
by b.is nn\i"t> to ms'" Ihtc print with
denials ftverytlme c,>r ig supposed tq
���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50,  6:20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
t'ars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,  6:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults.  60c;   children  under 12,  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver
a. rn. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8  a. m., 9  a.  m.
every half hour thereafter until 11: SO p. m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Fi eight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 0:20, 1:20 and 5:20,
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
S-'.-vViy   Service���20-mlnute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton  Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to U:30 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8:111 a.m. to 11:31$ p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAlY CO. \
s*
*********************************l*************++**+*
fhen H will be returned |,i10   northwest   corner    ot    pre-emp- site for the construction ol wharves ���
���  gful tenderer will be re- tlon,      N'o       961,     thence     north ""   ,,,p   Boutherlj    Bhore     of     the |' xLmm**v**m.mm*r*.***
���:������, a bond In satisfac- ,V!,..t  GO chains more 01   lese, to or tYaser     river,     situate     on      the
etiea for a sum equal to the ,,,,,,-  Saklnaw  Lake,  thence oasi   aO foreBhore   ol   blocks   "A," "B,"   ana
I mtract chains more or less, thence south so  "C," being portions bt lots seven (7)
II anj tender noi neces chains more 01  le ���. thence west 40 <""' ri-',i  |S>- i;'",,l, two (2) in the
,.   epted, chalni, more or less, thence north 4" distrlcl of New Westminster and pro
.    1 luthorized Insertion ol this chains, more or ]e-<<. thence fresl 40 vi"'�� nf ihi'ia't Columbia, have   de
��� ent  in any newspaper will chains  more or less,  to the place of posited  With  tbe Honorable the Min
g'if'Bf..wm.'mii
^ywww ���'-? 'tv Jw.wm.'Ji
for.
.1.   I).   Mcl.KVN.
Secretary.
e    ������   ��� :,-   of   Indian   Affairs.
I Ittawa, November 4, 1910.
fiAVAL   SERVICE   OF  CANADA.
commencement. I?,er of v"u,u' Works at OtUwa, platis
JAMES   DAVIfl   SMITH. of said  Wharves  which they propose
New Westminster. October 20, 1910. to cohstt-tiet, to. ether with a desc :
tin IN   PKRDlNANri  BAOOB   Aeont
Here is an Exceptional Opportunity
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DI8-
Not :e   Concerning   Tenders   for    Victuals  for the   Naval   Service.
SEALED TENDERS   addressed  to
undersigned, endorsed  "Tenders pertnl
loi Victuals" and accompanied by a described lands
lion of the full slip thereof described
hy metes umi hounds, and have also
[deposited  a  duplicate of each  In the
office   of   the  re. Istrar  of  deeds   foi
'the District  of  New  Westminster,  in
District of New Westminster. which distiict the said works are pro-
TAKE notice thai 1. William Itobett posed to he constructed, In accordance
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation with the requirements of section i of
real estate dealer, Intend to apply for the   "tfayigable   Waters   Protection
sion  to  purchase  tbe  following   Act."    chapter    115    of the    Ilevisei!
statutes of Canada, 1906,
.   ,���,    .,.,.,   ,,.���,    ���fl    Commencing ai    a*   post    planted WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
,;,;,', oTth    tende,   will I,' r- Si   twenty chains north from    .he  Solicitors  for  *Wt  *to*  Tannery.
��� in   tPI   noon   on   Wednesday   southwest   corner   or     Timber    Lease Limited.
���    be? 30   ,     L     enartm^ m  0   38769,  Texada   Island,    thehce    west      Dated at the City of New Westmin-
Ihe Nava, '^rv[ce    Ottawa   for   tS Ufht.   chains, thence    Mdtfa    ef.hty  Ster this 27th da.   of October   1910
of the following commodities, chains, thence   east   eighty   chWns, ��� -     ���
to be delivered  at   the  Naval    Hock-  thence mfrth eighty chnins to point of
mds  al   Halifax,   N.   S.  and    Ksqul- commencement
O&lt,  B   C.  lie-ins.   ilmricoti   CbOCO- more or less
���ate,   Plour,   Jam,   Marmalade.   Meat.
-i     1 Corned      Beef,     Mutton.
Brawn),   Milk,    condensed.     Must ird. ~  "  ���._���_   "
sal, Marrowfat   Peas. Split Pen.  COAST  LAND  DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
'���'    ������    Bait   Suet.   Sugar,   Vinegar,1 "" _.*__��,
(fee   Rice and Raisins. I    Take notice that t, William Robert
period  of  contract   to  he   for  Dick, of  Vancouver.
iar trom December 1st, 1.10       real estate dealer
tender may be had   from permission to lease 200 acre
lei .  .r.e.i, hounded as follows:     Comiv
I I    publication    of
will not he paid for.
containing Rio acres
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK,
Vancouver. B. O. September 6, 1010
NOTICE.
The undersigned has moved his
office to lSi�� Cariboo street, where
he will conduct the real estate busi
ness under his own name. The office
on Twelfth street is for sale.
t)  0   BOURKE.
B.C.,
intend to apply for
ves of land
reneing at
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
this a post planted at the past side of rhe
extreme head  of tbe  north    arm    of
DESBARATS      Dralney's miet. thence cist m chains,
������-��� of the Naval service,  thence south  80 chains,  thence  WO!
TO PURCHASE
h Grade Pianos
Re an undivided half of the southeast quarter of section l>. township 13,
New Westminster district. Whereas
proof of the loss of certificate of title j
number 1I0S5E, issued in the mime of
... '\;v.al Service, 40 chains, tlien.e north B0 chalMJ��� John Sweeny, has been filed in
ar _5tK  rain Ipost   of commencement,   Purpose JW . offlee
Notice is hereby given that 1 shaJl.N
this
Purpose for
which ii i* rennlred, Quarrying
wiu.l Wl ROBERT PICK.
New Westminster Land District.
trict of  New  Westminster
D's-
Take notice
'li'J~     SERVICE      OF      CANADA,
  LAND   ACT
Concerning      Tenders      for.
'--'hing and Kit for the Seamen
of   the   Naval   Service.
>   TENDERS   addressed   to
lei - .ned. endorsed
thing   md Kit." accompanied by
ind a o.wrt.iiieit cheque tor lOlgjon to purchase the
i; ot the amount ot She eendier,Uoribed lands:
'     icelved up till noon on Wed*     commonetnu    nt    n    Pnst
NovembBP   30    L810,   fot   tMeUjjout   one   mile northeast   it*m tne,
'     ���  contraotB: 'head  of  millnut.  hav.  and  abou      i
'''"'��� the snppiv of���Boot.. Bni-Liihlb" easterly from   the   ���o0"'��"'
,v"'i Badges ami Buttons, Dnderwear, 00me" or timber lot   ntimi>er   .ymi.
*oc-*��,   atockings,   .lersevs,   Eomfort thence north 40 chains, thence am
SI'S   nhnlB,.a    n......      mmi.   ...    .,...���..���    itlanra     south     411  onH'"
at the expiration of one month from
date of the llrst publication hereof. In
a dally newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a|
duplicate of the said Certificate, un-
ess in the meantime vall.l objection
"Venders  BaRR8   of veison    isbnid.   occupation
intends to rtbplv fot perwis-
f, .lowinn    ile-
thnt   lohn    Ferdinand  hc ,nil(lo ,��� nl0 [_ writing.
f.-iriiiei',
planted
Lund
minster.
C.   S.   KKITH,
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles,
Registry   Office.  New   West-
B. C, .November 15, 1910.
le   supply   of-
i-;cs ami Buttons
Stockings,  .ler.eys,   Sbmfort>Ithence north  i"
Cholera  Bblte,  aeffginBB,  White m ohninSi fhence ,      .
^'���'s.   Collars,   Towels.    Blankete, tbenc* west   to c��Hnm��   ������   -   ������
;'"';l    Bed   Covers,    Knife   I.anvirdH, !0nmmeticement.
""���   iTooth',   Hair,   Clothes
Bn5>. Combs ihorn).
Blue Berge,   Duel.  Jean.  Drill,
,:i"|'l and shlt-tln . in the piece.
|M     ''''"��� the maktn . un of tbe folio*-
mi tiieiiis���Tunics, Serge .Inmpeis
and  more or less. rt
JOHN   .EIMMVNNO
Dated AU.U81 '.'0. lfrlfl.
eontWrtlng  l��0 aerei��
iw.'.c.s.
.ITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
r'" period of contract
���year from December lat, mm for
"   Schedules   l   and    2   and
cites in
City Clerk.
City Hall. November Sth. 1910.
iWc Mama
Onions
ConrmoMTe Ac.
m*t^*-��im-*lm*?xtcU
Pnt��u��# U��en-thro.rt M'
mmurjlc*.
on Patent!
lecnrlngpMoni*.
acn .  Co. i*ot'*t
in tha
Wimmm*
SSintAt ��P'otitlflo JoiitflA   Ti
^*ip*)\sn.
otr-
loi
bj
^rssftiW
AT  SACRIFICE  PRICES
We are overstocked, and in addition
another carload of Pianos will arrive this
week, and we are forced to make room
for them, therefore we are making big
reduction on all Pianos, including the
famous Gerhard Hesntzman, Canada's
leading Piano, the Dominion and Doherty
Pianos.
Prices from   .   $250.00 Up
Easy terms arranged to suit everyone.
Patrenize your home store. We are
operating under less expense than outside
firms and we can afford to sell cheaper.
i
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J.H.TODD
The Oldest Music House in New Westminster
A
419 Columbia Street. i
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBEr
23,
���>*><-
City News
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. It preserves and brings out natural beauty ot
tbe wood. It produces a ricb, artlstio
finish, to whioh dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
much better It is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
i��"A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Use it on your floors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax U
for all dancing floors.
You can get Johnson s free book. The
Proper Treatment for Floors, Woodwork
���nd Furniture" and these preparations ot
ANDERSON & LUSBY j
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
NOW
,. _
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big i inter stock is now in fron
the hest  makers    We  have them al
a  low  price    and    we  have  a  k'"
WE GUARANTEE.    We    have    also
Combination as uell .is
FOUNTAIN
SYRINGES
It will ray you fo look over our stocli
of RUBBER GOODS on display in our
show window.    Try us for j
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
Constable Lister, of file provincial
force, was in Vancouver yesterday on
business.
The steamer Isaac is at the department of public works wharf undergoing repairs to the machinery.
���' - MJ
A special meeting of tlle Ladies of
the Maccabees will be-held in the K.
of P. block at half pa .. three o'clock
this afternoon. All members are requested to attend.
J. Pierpont Morgan, of Sapperton,
registered at the Russell hotel yesterday. It is the opinion of the manager
of the hotel that it was not really the
original J. P.
Several land slides, caused by the
recent heavy rains, have interrupted
traffic between Crescent and White
Rock, the track being covered with
rock and mud to a depth of several
inch.es in some places.
Now is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist.    Flioae R208. **
R. Semple, construction foreman on
the 13. C. E. R. interurban lines, left
yesterday for Los Angeles and South-
2TTL California, accompanied by Mrs.
Semple. They will spend the winter
in  the  south.
The    death   occurred   yesterday   of
A bunch of drunks, supposed to be
Swedes, were Quarreling on the water-
Ifront yesterday  morning and one of!
'them fell into the river.   He managed,
to  keep afloat    until    some    of    his
friends got aboard a launch lying at j
j the  wharf and  fished  him out,  none
the worse for his immersion.
I     On Monday evening in St. Paul's R.
E. church, a magic lantern entertain-
. ment under the auspices of the
J Ladles' Aid society, will he pies-
jented by the  Rev.  W. Gladstone,   of
Victoria. The views, which are of
i more than usual merit, consist for tlie
greater part of scenes of historic and
romantic Interest in the British Isles,
I while at the same time other notable:
j places are not forgotten.
! The bazaar to be held three days
.this week under the auspices of St.
Peter's Roman Catholic church will
be opened this afternoon, when all
kinds of legitimate temptations will
be exposed for sale. One of the big
drawing cards of the bazaar is the
contest on the question "Will Westminster go Wet or Dry?" tiie different factions being led by Miss Mary
Eastman and Miss Agnes Carroll.
Lobbying and solicitation will be permitted, but bribery and intimidation
are barred.
Referred  to  Arbitration.
The Public
Supply Stores
Curtis Dra9[ Store
New    Westminster.    B    C.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
,     CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
GET
Cadbury's (Mates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially Packed for
T. A. MOIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and tlieir prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us.
your opinion. It is sure to be>
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Mrs.   Maria    Folka.   aged   fifty-eight!                                 no     __
years,  at  her  residence   819   Fourth'    Montreal, Nov. 22.-The dispute be-
avenue.    The funeral will take place  tween  the C.  P.  R. and  the conduc-
on Thursday morning from St. Peters  lors and trainmen over the new wage
cathedral.                                                      schedule will be refe.red to an arhi-
Millinery���Miss  Day'ey,  ladies'  and tratlon  committee.    Both  sides  have
children's practical milliner, 411 Sixth'agreed to abide by the decision hand-
street, near Fomth avenue.   Hats and  el down.
bonnets    renovated    and    remodeled. I
Ladies'    own    materials     made    up.! ���              ���-������
Charges moderate. **    |	
A quiet wedding took place at St. I
.ndrews manse yesterday afternoon, j
when James Sigsgaard ancl Miss Sallie
Washington Bird were made man and j
wife. Rev. J. S. Henderson officiating. I
The couple returned to their home in
Bellingham  flier the ceremony.
Heavy rains continued yesterday to
muse the city workmen all kinds of j
trouble in keeping drains c'e-ir. Tlie'
���atch basin at the corner of Sixtli and
Columbia streets became blocked j
igain and a torrent of water poured \
lown Columbia street.
Take tlie round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday.    Steamer Transfer '
leaves Brackman-Ker's    wharf   at
i.ni.   Return fare 50 cents. * '
A   league  foothail  meeting will   he j
eld in the Province ofTU'p ." Columbia street at eight o'clock tonight. All
layers and others interested in tlie
Tame are requested to attend, as there
viil be some important business to
ome before the meeting.
The funeral of the late William Ai-
:liur   Powers   toik    place   yesterday
rom the Saprertcn Methodist church
o the Odd Fellows' cemetery. Rev.
Mr. Braden conducted the services
in I the pallbearers were Messrs Garrett, Welsh, Jamieson, Ostrom, Chambers and Allison.
Entries are coming in fast for the
illiiard tournament to be held in the
loval Billiard parlors. All entries
will have to be in the hands of H.
Fletcher at the pool room before Sat-
lriay night. It Is expected that there
vill be at least twenty-five players en-
eicJ in the handicap.
High school commencement exercises, under auspices of the school
board, will he held in tlie Qrera house
Friday, Xovember 2 .th', at 8 p. m.
\ddress by J. Gor lon, M. A.. Inspector
if High schools. Music by the or-
hestia and-Glee club. Presentation
of medals, prizes and,, certificates.
!,,ree to every one. **
Provincial Constable Wilkie return-
ad yesterday from Hope, having in
charge George Marshall, sentenced
the previous evening to six months
in jail for selling liquor to Indians,
Fustice of the Peace S$?wM and In
'llan Agent Dt ummond sitting on fhe
"ase. Marshall is now lodged in the
orovlncial Jail awaiting trial on an-
-ither charge, that Of stabbing an Indian woman. Mary Victor. The case
wlll he heard in a few days,
A series of pro-communion services
Is being held this week at St. Andrews church. On Monday Rev, \.
L. Hurch, financial se^'etary of Westminster hall, occuplel't'lie pulpit, last
Mrht the service was in charge of
'lev. A. J. MoOillivrav, of St. John',,
Church, this evening Prof. G. C. Pid-
cetm, D. I)., of Westminster hall, will
be the leader. Rev. D. James, of Robertson church, Vancouver, will conduct Tiiiirf.hu's meeting and on Fii-
day, th 3 dosing day;' the exercises
will oo lu the hands of Rev. T. \v.
Woodside, of Mount Pleasant church.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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l SOME GOOD   BUYS
t FJ1 Szj Let, I anil'o   St., near I ord Kelvin f chool
* Price yrM, Term*
Daulle Corner, 2nd and Blackman Sts. Price $600, Termi
3 Lots on 7th Avenue, near 16th St,     $500.00 each, Terms
See us about Port   Mann
{ CHOICE ACREAGE IN 5 AND 10 ACRE PARCELS
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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Ample Variety
In Furs
Qualities and prices afford excellent choice for one and all. Here
you will find a large range of inexpensive fur ruffs and muffs for
women, misses' and children.   We mention a few special values.
ATTRACTIVE FURS AT $4.75 EACH
The best values procurable anywhere represented ln this lot. Yuu
will find MARMOT THROWS. 60 inches long, satin lined, fancy
chain fastening: GREY SQUIRREL NECK PI IOC KS with head trim.
mings  and  ii  tails and  NEARSEAL THROWS, 60 inches long, satin
lined.    All one price.    EACH $4.75
MUSKRAT SKT���Nicely  marked throw scarf, muff, to match, in pillow
siiaoe. with the skins neatly matched  in  V shaped  set $20.00
GREY   PERSIAN   LAMB   SKT with  throw  scarf and  rug  muff  wiih
pleated frill of satin, lined with satin.    Set.  EACH    $13.75
CHOICE MINK SET, the neckpiece of which is made high at the
neck, trimmed with pleated fiill of satin and matched heads, panes
and  tails,  handsome  muff to natch, PER  SET    $100.00
A MINK SET OF BEST QUALITY $175.00
Into this set lias been put the very best grades of northern mink.
the markings are perfect and the skins have been cut and placed
together to the very best advantage. The stole is large, trimmed
with heads, panes and tails on the wide hack portion and on the
stole ends, mu!T i.s large in the new pillow shape, stole and muff are
lined with handsome brocaded satin. You will tind this set of extra
worth.    Our price, PER SET $175.00
KIMONA
CLOTHS
See tiie attractive   window
display of the newest novel-
ties, our big corner window
contains a  few  ol  the most
attractive eidere    n flannel-
cites, German bia ikei cloths,
reversible plaid sand stripes,
Paisley wrappei    < I- n.s an:1
duckling fleece���these   lines
are all heavy i��� weighl and
specially    adapted   for  Kim.
onus,      ROUES,       Bmoklng
jackets, etc.    In the lighter
Weights       are      Neardelains,
Olaines,   Sat,in   Stripes,  Two
Tone   Ivy    Satins,   In   Spots.
Checks  and   Stripes    ,.   K..t,
range of colors  fro i
to choose, per yard���
 15c to 40:
Embroidery Linens
of Every Description
The finest and best of pure
linens are available in our big
range. You may need one of
these means for your fancy
work.
Round Thread Embroidery Linens, 'M> inches, wide, per yard,
60c to 85c.
Fine Costume Linens tor waists,
etc., 36 to 45 inches wide, per
yard. u('c to 85c.
Pillow  Linens,  ���', I  to  .">�����  inches,
per  yard.  76c  to  $1.10.
Sheer       Handkerchief        Linen
Lawns, "ii inches, per yard, 76o
to $1.75.
Handkerchief    Linens,    Bllghtly
heavier  than  lawn    linen,  per
yard, TOc to $1.50.
Fancy     Huckabacks,     1 r>   to   26
Inches whic. in designs suitable
for  runneis,    scarves,  etc,  per
yard, 40c to 65c,
Plain     Huckabacks,     lTg    to   'J<!
inches   v Ide,   while    and   Beml
bleached, per yard, 20 t i 50c
Womens and Misses
Tweed Coats $12.75
Each and every coat as perfectly tailored as any shown at
or three times the price. Into
these coats have been put materials whic liwhlle not as finely
finished as broadslotbs, et.-.,
are just as serviceable for every
day use. They are designed
along the newes tllnes, the
materials are Herringbone
Tweeds, Cheviots and plain and
Fancy Mixed Tweeds. In a good
range of colors, coats are made
with semi (ittinii backs, many
with cluster of wide pleats,
turn  back   revers,  trimmed   with
���Ilk,     coilara    of    contrast!
materials, and    fancy    butl ins.
All     sizes,    specially     priced���
EACH    $12.75
Wide Variety in
Fancy Waists
Tiie waist section Ig bristling
with many new waists, ne.
materials are in evidence.
Black Net Waists, made over
silk, handsomely trimmed witli
silk Insertion, tucked oj ke wltl
Paisley edging, short  i leevea -
Each    $10.03
Wisteria   Net  W.is,t,  n  ovi
Paisley  silk, froi  is  In pn
fancy     design,    Bhoil    peasai
sleeves�����Each    $10.M
Reseda   Net  Waists. i   ���
Paisley sill;, tii:    ��� d with s
Insertion, elbi          eevi
undersleeve ol  transpi  ���
���Each   $9.50
New  Chantecler  Waists li
(<������ i oil Bllkoline, in i  nil e
or colors, ��������� ade wll       ��� ��� m
;\ Ith  \\ hite   pleatt d    fi 111
fancy    �� d| e,     Bhoi I
: lei ��� es '���'��� i'h frill ��� Each.. $'*���"���
Plain and Fancy Delaine Waist;
.1.25   to   $4.00   Each.
St al  and attractive walsi
i ioi ain.     or    afternoon
������materials     ai e     servlci
li -; i an.l dai k col ** n :
dozens  ol   Btj les,  nil   bIzi
to 44���Each  $1.25 to $4.00
w.
COLLISTER
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
SEND VOPR ORDERS TO
TO BE CLEANED ANI) DYED
BY THE XEW AXD PERFECT PROCESS.
We tame -wide experience in
Cleaning and Dying.
Machinery and skilled work
people, in fact we have every
facility at hand to give you tho
BEST WORK  FOR  THE
LEAST  MONEY.
Clowns    and    Costumes, Gents'
Suits,  Gloves,  etc.
G.  F.  BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
.
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
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J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh  and Cerllne. PHONE 473
********
LYNE'S
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.
ADVERTISE   IN  TKE   DAILY  NEW.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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