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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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TYPEWRITERS
Standard  Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW
WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1910.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
him STEAMER
HAD G0Cc
rrirnn
WORK STAKTS TODAY ON    TOLSTOY'S CASE
LiPANK OF COMMERCE
|Totalof 2,846,971 Pounds of
Fish Brought In By Roman
_Made 22 Trips.
Superintendent   of   Buildings   Here   to
See Start of Edifice Which Will
Be  a  Credit to City.
PUZUES WORLD
The
IpuckerJ	
Ll trip tor
steamer Roman, of ibe  B.  i .
association,    has   mad��i   IU
tlie  season   and   is   now
|.,���,ia, the Columbia Odd Storages
,tie      ..  wharf  undergoing  a  com-
Overhauling, lu preparation for
F ���   ���i   flshlng   opera, ions
i��� the spring,
fie fishermen, the captain and the
Pbave lefl and Kn.lneer Ke. X
, nieht watchman are in full
f of the boat. Under the in-
cU,i��� o he engineer a atafl of
KSsUj engaged In fixing up the
ftl room and cleaning the boilers,
eDr , .,, the Roman sets out to sea
|ud-*' I , ��.M March she Will have
 ' . �� for neatness and efflcl-
LMK ,,i(? ,lsl,in(; boatB <Jf 10
fe Ron an waa brought out from
���d country last April, made her
b trlii to the halibut grounds on
Ci �� and finished the season on
Ser' 30, During those seven
K the extent of b��r flahlng oper-
S�� lasomewhat aurpriaing. She
BT twenty-two tripa and caught
S��� , pounda of halibut, an aver-
Kalmoat 130,000 pounda per trip.
line oweal cateh she made was
L; .. ,. indhlgheatwaaaaTjOOO
flatter catch constitutes a record)
Countess Attempts Suicide
When Eccentric Husband
Deserts Her.
JUDGE HALTS WAR
ON MASONIC LODGES
DELEGATES RETURN FROM
MEETING AT SALMON ARM
Action of City Council of
Montreal Against Masons
Pronounced Ultra Vires.
W.   ll.  Cawaton,  superintendent  of
buildlngB  for  the  Canadian  Bank  of
Commerce, arrived in Uie city 'yester- ^^^^^^^^^
day and wlll watch men start today! Tula, Russia, Nov. 13.���The my��
on the construction of the new bame-��� terlous disappearance of Count Leo
in.    house on  Columbia street. !Tolstoy, the  Russian novelist  and sc-
Mr.  Cawston  stated  that   the  build-!   ,  , , , ,.,,,,  ,,,,
���        ,     . ,   .      ,,      ..    ,      ,  cial  reformer, lias made a painful  lm-
um   to  be  erecte 1   by  the   Bank  of i '
Commerce here will  be, with  the ex- Passion.    That  he should  decide to
ceptlon ol the court house, the moat apend the evening of I.Is days ln soil-
substantial  edifice  in   New  Westmln- tude surprised no one acquainted wtf
ater. bia career, but thai he slipul
At the present time in Alberta and  ateiy deserl the wife who
British   Columbia   the  bank    has  on  big nine children is
hand  the  construction  of  live  build-i even  in  the light > _       _  uuii��� _, ,
lngs and of these tlie New Weatmln- eccentrlcltlea of character. I'having  no power in  the  connection,
ster  Lease  is  the  most  pretentious. Mind  Is Weak. j ti,e   committee   it   appointed     lias   no
Mr.  Caw-ton   will   remain  here  fori    The auggeatlon of a falling montli.* 1 right to make any report on what it
about a week, completing the arrange-  Ry jS accepted  by many ln expla^- listened to in the way of testimony
ments  for  the  construction    of    the  tlon  of the count's sudden leave-tak-'    -���
Union   of   B.   C.   Municipalities     Held
Successful Session���Mayor Planta, of Nanaimo, President.
CANADA'S RECORD
OF fATAL FIRES
Montreal, Nov. i:',.---Those engaged
in making war on Freemasons received a severe rebuff on Saturday, when
Mr. Justice Charbonneau decided that
the city council had no authority io
conduct an Investigation Into the al-
"'.m1'" he. ed conspiracy of certain  members
i i define-, .,,.,, ,,,���   ,,;,.
had borne}0'   Emancipation lodge  to  bring aia-
lilt  of belief, ! grace  upon  priests  attending  the Bu-
levon   iu  the  lighl   of  his  well-knd^fn|charistic  congress,  anil   the    council
eccentricities of character.
Mind  Is Weak.
Thc suggestion of a falling mental-
dlfll i
Mayor Lee and Alderman Gray arrived home from the L'niin of B. C.
Municipalities at. Sainton Arm on
Saturday. The union was one of the
most successful ever held and both
delegates bad a splendid trip. They
will give a short resume of the affairs
at the city council tonight.
Mayor Planta. of Nanaimo, had the
honor of being elected ti the presidency of the union and Mayor Robinson, of Kamloops, was electe 1 vice
president.
Other delegates from the surrounding municipalities who returned on
Saturday are Reeve Sullivan, Council- V"~ J'n���
,,,,.. . ,, n , ;for   1909
lor McKenzie and ex-Reeve Bose, of IT
,   Januurv
Since January, 1909, No
Less Than 370 Lives Have
Been Sacrificed.
buildlng8
RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT
NOT READY FOR SOME TIME
   -.   ..._  .���   ���  Tr- ,     The   judge   declared   that   the   city
Ing. which may have a tragic sequel, j had acted ultra vires In appbinUng
as the countess Is prostrated. It bas a committee, and that as a matter of
been reported that the countess nas|fuct city employees and officials had
attempted her life ���*-    ���-���-"���-- *-'���
Since January, l!)0!), 370 persons
liave lost their lives in fires in Canada. In addition, nearly f37,00il,00t>
worth of pro; erty lias been burned.
These appalling figures are gathered
from tlie Monteary Times' carefully
compiled fire register. At the present rate, the monetary loss for the twjt
years, 1909 and 1910, will exceed .40.
(100,0(10, and the number of lives sacrificed is likely to be in excess of 40O.
The following table shows tlie
monthly file fatalities ln Canada Ior
the present year, compared with those*
Surrey, Reeve Bryne, of Burnaby
Reeve Poppy of Langley.
nd
S.    Conmissioners
With   Few  Concessions  Canada
Is Prepared to Make.
Washington, Nov. 13.���A general re
The family is without a clew todav. in a letter left for his wife the
count said:
Wants Solitude.
"I   cannot  continue  longer   to  live
I surrounded by luxury, and like mgny
Not    Pleased  other old men, I retire from the world
to complete my life in solitude.   I ask
that you do not seek my place of sojourn and that you do not come to it
if it is discovered.    I beg forgiveness
for the grief that 1 may cause you."
The  novelist's  reference  to luxirtl-
a right to belong to religious, scientific or philosophic societies, an.l if
tbey were members of such associations, political, scientific, or otherwise,
that could not justify tbe city to administer any reprimand. Besides, it
had not been established that the employees in question were concerned
in any plot.
Dr. Laberge. city medical health officer, aud Police Inspector Grand-
champs, are the civic employees concerned. It Is declared on behalf of
the Freemasons that tie last has not
BISHOP HE PENCIER
PREACHES STRONG SERMON
February
I March
! April
May      	
'June     ... ���
'July
August
September
October
Compelling   Call   for   Christianity  in
Strenuous  Modern Life���God-
Inspired   Men   Arise.
In Holy Tiinity Cathedral last even-
..  16
8
.. 16
.. 18
.. 21
.. It:
4
.. 17
.. lo
.. 26
27
27
20
37
15.
*,'��
15
II
10
16
218
hi |..iimi�� ****** """���':""���       record1    vvaanington, nov. i.i.���a genera, ic.i0U8 gurroundinga ls significent of his!beeu heart of the matter, and actions  ing   Bishop   de   Penciet     preaenea  a
lattei  catch cone titutea aciprocity     agreement     between     the ! state of  mind,  as he  has  long lived  jor damages agaitiat the city will 111"
�� Britis!'. Colu'nWa.    On AUgu I covering the life of a peasant. ..     ,y follow, as the actions andreli
SeRoman brou^t'more Ir^riih to'United   States   and   Canada,  covering | the life of a pew "J
v/,,  .   ln8ter    than    was    ever  R���  the &&_ scheduleS, as an   imn,_-      ^^   hl_   f;im���v   ocoupled   a   sub.
.on.!'   bj   a  single     ye*ae'   l0  *"���   diate result  of the conference, which   st.,nti;ll   mansion  on    the    Yasneaya
t,,rt ia British Columbto bel0'e;    ".       tooh piace iast  week between special  poliana   estate.   Tolstoy's   abode   has'
:  : Sei Sfce al SS3 co. laalonera   representing   tbe  two  been  in a peasant's    hut    Partekin-
that time she coau i  >����� on v of t ie simple peasant food and
. .(J counties, ia not expected bj  the ot-  ^^    ^    IieaB:,n1-s    coslume, a
[ft other respecU the Roman Bei an,alg here |roueh   blouse   and   trousers,   cowhide
enviable   ���  "i(|     During   the   ��eaaoi ,    ^ wa8 not supposed when the nego-1 boots, a leather belt and a fur ca),.
���te did not have a breakdown o_ ac- ,      complete re-He  has  noi   always    continued    this
,. was never delayed ex-  nations weie ie.  in. i .^.^
the scarcity of fish.   For alx- ciprocjty on all products of the two|y;     ,   ,
ly follow, as the actions and religious
beliefs of many citizens were discussed by the committee.
Total       152
Too Much Carelessness.
Carelessness has contributed largely to this alarming record. Playing
with matches, playing around the-
stove, the overturning of lamps, smoking pipes in bed, putting kerosene andi
| other oils to hasten grate fires, lamp
  explosions, ate.a few of the common
1116   ��"��"vv   ����   -���      ���     ���- causes accountable for a large number
powerful and compelling sermon from of fatalities. This list emphazies the
the texts. "Why Halt Ye Between necessity of guarding children against.
Two Opinions'. If the Lord Be Go.l, contact with matches, lamps or fires of
Follow Him," and "Why Stand Ye All
any   kind.    To  leave  children   alone
. . in  tbe  house is  dangerous.    In  rn my
th? Day Idle;  Go Work Today in My  ca8e8  where children  have been  left
Vineyard." alone their clothes have been igr. Ped
.     __ |    "All   through   the  Scriptures,"  said and  they  bave  been    added   ts   the
C0NS1BERED AT OTTAWA',"- ������.�����-. ��,<*�� "������"���'
INDIAN AEFAIRS ARE
calls   i )
Tbe    following    table    shows    the
strenuous   endeavor  are   found,    and' mo*nthly "totals ct propertv loases from
through all history they have echoed  fires for 1910 compared with 1909���
,    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_,"and   re-echoed,   an.l   in   all   ���   ^e.it I    Monthe-
WThe0flCral   news   of   Tolstov's   dlsap-^any   Cburche,    Are    Represented   at i c,,ses  o{   clonal   and   spiritual   life. ' ���
could be reacheil at the outset.    The  |,p;uanrc, ,.ame from Prince l)-":t I Ob-
ta evening  and   leaving    again   on ^  ^ ^^  ^^ countries  were olenaki, wbo says the count left  h)a
\. .',,-ning. I ���,..������;..��� ,��� n,imii of  home  several   days  ago.  accompanied
,     ,.]S������ the boilera were regarded as too extensive to ��l-��l [)r   Mak, vf>tskv   M- ���hyBlclan.
.,������,,,��� tl   ea, Without the Bhip   the   violent   derangement   that    mlgnt     ��� Another   Mystery.
���buapything oiT its "hedule time.: fo���ow  whoiesale  application   of  reci-1    Tll;it ti,e doct()l. sin.vid be a party
ata Bometlroea ai mttCh. "Lroclt, piinciples. Ito  the  affair  is  another  inexplicable
! -        ���  IS  ,"S'   k?  "ir'Z    sol    The onlv practicable method was be-Teature.    Makovetskl became the com-
I,   ���     a   that   thla   was   done   so      iheoni> pia< ���,,���.���.,,,,   hv  panion of the count  In Bucceaaion to
h  ,,���  u,e  Roman   waa part j  Uevea to be through an approacn   dj --   -
���ten nil        e came in sharp on time. conntrle8, natural   and   manufactured,
ErMag'ln New Westminster on Mon-|
u
i    iur    i>w"-��"     ******���    ��� -     ii.ivu   ���������*-���   ���**���
to the  superior   construction   Oi   many s(e[is_
and   boilera   and   partly i    _.
Id the care exerciaed  by    Engineer
|Kt I  I Is  staff.
�� glance  al   the   statistics   of   the
!i;. ,;!   m   by     the     Homan
< m amount of busineas naa
j���, . to New WestminaUr by
y.   ���.   ���   |  nl the boal    The flaber-
:,:.   ,   ,    .   one  cent   per  pound   tor
,.     ,   .    ...,    There were ->�����';���-
oi   fish brought   iu.    Tbla
Tbe state department officials are
not yet acquainted with the details .
the conference at Ottawa ft is un e -
stood each side contented its'd: ,.im
submitting a limited list of a tides
upon wliich reciprocity might be tried
through a substantial reduction of import duties, or, in some cases, through
[addition to the tree lists.
Included in the Canadian proposal
were natural products such as timber
the hitter's private secretary, M. Gu-
zaff. whom the government exiled to
Siberia, alleging that, he had Influenced Tolstoy's anti-governmental
writings.
Tolstoy has heen in ill health for
some time, lie suffered frequent sinking si ells and on October IS was unconscious for hours. Later it was reported   that   he   had   improved   some-
Conference  Held to  Discuss  Indian  Boarding  Schools.
Ottawa,    Nov.
God-inspired  men bave  arisen  tn an-  ,.      !dr^
swer them.    We in particular belon.   April
to a race which  has ever been fore- M,ay
,v    .most In the field cf action.    We have June
Jttawa,    .nov.,    13.���A    conference ] built  cities,  we  have  crossed  oceans jrLjj "
took place in the offlce of Hon. Frank and   continents,  we  have  estab.ishe.1 September
Oliver, superintendent  general of  In- lines of communications, we have or- octo_er
dian affairs, on the subject of Indian'ganized  industries, and in  every line i	
boarding schools receiving government J of  human  activity  we  have    led  the     Total S16 536 538   t20��04T41
aid.      Mr.   Oliver   had   requested   tbejway.    And  who shall say  that In all c      Loss   Per   Capita '
attendance  of  those   who  have   more  this  we  have  not been  acting under |    Estimating the population at "000
immediate control    and    dii ection  ot  Divine guidance.    But today the call 000, the fire loss per capita last'Vear
Indian    boarding    schools throughout is none the  less    clamant,    although  was   jo.70.      The  annual  average  of
Canada, and his invitation met with a the need for action is more applicable Austria    Denmark    Fran-e    Germany
'to  the  spiiitual   than    the    mate.i.il  jta,y  a���d  S";tzeii'nd.' with  a  larger*
1900
$1,500,000
1,203,005
851,690
720,650
3.35S 276
1,300,275
1.A75.KO0
S:582;915
.  1.615.405
2.208.7 IS
1910;.
.1.275,24c,'
756.635
1,076,26$'
1.717.237
2.735 53f��
1,500.000
i.38<i.fi7*
l.i:i;7 270
8. 4.12B
2.195.781
ready response.
aiiv response. ,,,_���,   ,,f   life     The   nineteenth   een- population, v.-as enly 33 cents accor<i-
Th'ere were present representing the  things   of     Ie.     me t fg     Canada-S ave.-
An��Ucan church:  Most Rev. S. P. Ma- tury, someone has saia, MB^^^   ���� ������tr,\r fl��� warte last year was
���   ���   I   IUI1U.    Ill     ,,",,    *������*"���**  WeiV   u.,liiit��'    I'**- - ,    ,
in ;       t $-.8,469 waa divided among       ta   a  wll()le  _ne   0t   agricultural
Aefisliermen    There are twenty-four pro(iuct8, and, perhaps, Uveatock and
;��� ���     a    in received on an average I meata
Whether   it   was   proposed
H.lSi
^*^**^***M********aa^^^^^^    aa^^^^^M
u, .   . ,,',, , , .    ,,,���iput  wood pulp on the American fiee
nosi nt tins money waa spent In thei'   .        ,. '    '.    ,
***************************m- ; list could not  be learned.
There is reason to believe that the
list of articles that Canada offers to
admit from America at reduce! rates
is dlsapolntingly small
pot; at New Westminster and shows ,
that through the operations of th,'
Roman over $4,OG0 of good eastern
money was brought to and spent in
New We I 'inster every mouth. In
additiiui to thai the company purchases supplies for the boat from local
merchants and that als., amounts to
Quito a large sum.
Nearly  all the catch of the Koman
ll eastern    markets.     Some
01 it la landed In Boston and New
York in dl e :l competition to the At-
Itttl   ��� Much of it is sold on the
Canadian prairies and some in eastern Can ida.
The company   considers     that     the
ment of Tula on the west.
Prince Dmitri Obolenski's telegram
of yesterday stated that Tolstoy left
hls home on October  10.    This is ob
dlsapolntingly smaii. ! his home on uctoner  m.    m�� ���* ����   charlebols,
At first ii waa hoped a whole line or vlou8ly wrong) as the count was 111 m h      Le
metal
wares.
including   railroad   and L( hjs' ho.11e on October 18.
structural iron, would be Included. But
the Canadians have been developing
these industries in their own country!
and they probably will be unwilling lo
expose them to the competition of the
highly specialized and developed American mills.
T.   P.  AT   FORT  GEORGE.
Mistimiicnau,^^^ irtinent today as ever  ueioit. ;um.    , ,���.. , ���,,, ._
Representing the Roman Catholic Proceeding, the preacher reminded wj|fnl burning of property have fre-
church: Right Rev. G. Breynat, bishop his hearers that the only guarantee (juently remained undetecte'. In
of   McKenzie   River;    Right  Rev.   G.'of  stability  in  the  life  of  the  great many of the states of the ITnion, fire
        .   of   Keewatin.   repreating nation which we are now engaged in  marshals   are   doing  excellent   work.
Bishop Legal, of St. Albert; night j upbuilding is a thorough training in not only in this respect, but a'so in
Rev. 1). J. Scotland. North Bay, bisn-, Chiistian beliefs, and that when this tracing the real causes of conflagra-
op of Sault Ste. Marie; Rev. Father'ceased to be countel as a first esfen- tions with a view of remedying the
Poitras, Winnipeg;   Rec. Father  Mag- tial   that   moment  the  nation  started  waste.    Manitoba is the only    Cana-
* -*      r.���r,t.r\nr      will,   h      h*LS
New  City  Clark.
W
^^^^^ the   storage   ^^^^^^
be   is.   leased    to   B    I life   extent
'���"���        also likely that another boat
1 rchaaed,
Plans   Filed   With   B.   C.   Gov
Locating   Railway  Gro
Victoria, Nov. 13.���Plans have been
filed  with   the  provincial  government
-.���,    -   " ��� .locating   tlie   station   grounds   of   the !,>���..    ,)r
Femie,   B.   G.,   Nov.   13.���The   city   r,,-aud   Trunk   Pacific   railway   on   tne '
council held their weekly meeting last   Indian reservation at Fcrl George, ad- T' "v,"'"
^^^^^^  re   Pfe- joining   the   Fort     George    toWnait., I    ,.'���.'...���..
requesting that    the    moving  This seems to deir un   auy    uncer-
diows be Btopped on Sunday  tainty  regarding the location  of the
""'-"���-*   "������   railway station.    The B. C, & Alaska J"""*
railway's   survey   traverses  the     Ko: t    '      '
Soman 1:   . |,;U'| B moat successful ��>f|C0uncii ne,u t..c..   ���-��� , j j j       (be   Fort
1 In all probability the opera-  nighl   when   the  peuutma v .,_  ,
:        n this dii ection    will  be con- Bented
"'' - ���leased next  year,    it ������* picture ��u���" ''",";,',',.���..,.,,,,���,, ,ii-
Probable that   the  storage    capacity  evenings1 and that  the reatrlcW ai* 	
"M be i'""Hs,rl   ���,   id- ���"'-���' Geo-.e   ownrite. and stati,n ground
rtiBCuaalon it  waa declde.i to me t ,,uim        ���   ...  ,  ,,.,������  ,.oaorvP
Crow'a Nes.  Pass Coal company.
Rev.  Dr. T.  K. Share, supeiintendeiu | of ceaseless   .   iui.,    ..      __. ^^^ Flight Is Postponed.
of missions, Uev. T.  Ferrer, of Bran- imagined that a worker in God's vir.e-1    New York. Nov. 13.���I. C. Mars, or"
rion, Man. lyard  ever  reached  a  point  at  which  tbe Curtiss staff, substituted fo;- J. A.
Representing the Piesbyte:i,;i lie could rest and Bay: 1 have done McCurdy, dil not make the prop-jseJ
church: Hamilton Ca8Sel8,-K. C.,- To-.my duty. The Lord had said, Go, .fifty-mile aeroplane flight fron the
ronto,   Rev.  .1.   11.   Turnbull,   of   Ot-jWork ye today, and at the day's end  deck  of tbe  Hamburg-American  iirer
i- ���>.�� ...,i, i,. ,P.t    PonnsvU-ania yesterday.
iioiking the Tencher.
'���'   .��� i, ���.���  to the  Koaaland  Mine:'.
"' oi ' '��� teacheia <>t that city waa
io i ^^
for this railway
on the townsite.
been reaerve l
SVom*\7d Zv, the call to .eat Pennsylvania vesterday.
Schools and thc Government |    The Hg^gS^iiffZ  ~
The mlniater laid  before the   dec- appMLrgr   n���      ���              chme,l   the Sentenced for  Manslaughter
gates his views on the subject of the miaaio�� ���.��                     .   [g thiB ^   ^^    N()V       ..-  h.ef
present   position   of   Indian   board ng  U... 1 W^ J)istic6     Ua,.vey     MBtnjd     CljJ
.schools, their  usefulness as a  factor yea   ��*������������            ,  ���,p  ge,vice    tbe NVoods for the killing of Hector Mur-
in educating tbe Indiana, and the pres-     In the qoutb      _.���,.
,       ^^Byiw  be- ^raUona'With  tbe  government
DeaV! vnes  of  th'      Denver i stated   that   while,   in    his   opinion,
5sa1ts.,?:rth! xi ^ t^m** ^^t^,���z
Republican, and their pressmen,  who
 ��������� ;-       f :, e.r cnolr ^m gnflcent rendering of r"ay! tl ten years in tbe penitent. .
ent unsatisfactory conditlonaof then   ������Jg^**QQ\ Seek Ye the Lord." 	
increased from $t;o to $73 on tbe new
    _��� ������=*-.  lncreascu uu��< ��-�� >�� ti- --     ,...,������
m  ,  near'na���Blon of    evangelical work   in   the  scale of  payment.    Before <H>aUf>inf,
aTworTe were more valued factors to ^^%nTtvy, owing  to  its  rapid   tor  pay,���ent  under thc  new   system
TtWt^eTl^ulea and regu-
Cfllaary   Nov. 13���Investigation by
the Jloyal Northwest  Mounted police
Editor  Reaches   Rupert
c':ll"c Rupert,    Nov.    13.���F.
Olohor" torm8rly    of    the
tottiB    :"Tivert   'ast    even
�� editorial charge of Prince hu-ip^; -- ���finven(
leit�� new Liberal organ. I ��nt t0 a C0U P
.alons of the bUuto^
garded as one ol the
l0lt exe'npln(y;^�����'���;i-Xiiv, Alberta, yeste:-
nmatea.   i no *****   V^m-iVw ! -��?. "hat  Belle Elmore, wife of Dr.
good family, anu -   -
j.-pi   renreaenting tu����   ���� imiiiii, win" -      --       ,   .    Mr
t i    .,nriil,L general character of ment which had been accorded the df.-
JThiMidi Js    "whirl the schools are forent churches, with such an open ��:���-
,0 the eastern di- knowledgment of their efforts tr. edu-
carried on.   G ants   ��' >'"-     J100 .        d      Hwt ,he aborigines in the
the nnancta, ,u��, u. -,- ^.J-g *��** m^ Z *t����& *S��*    ^^^-ffWjS
churches found themselves, owing to capita ier am      , lhe were conPUrrel In by all. ami
Se  genera" "ncreaaed  cost of living | vlalon. from $100 tO^^^W  ^   one ^ ^^ c]oged wUh a Eeneral w
W* ���.!        -*���.!
.overnment and the churches, where-
bv the remonslbllltles of each t > the
other would be definltelv fixed and
that the financial ���trait" In which the
oert.               garcte. a, w��- ������             ,      monR  *��,       v��,- ,f    ot   Dr.  churche8 found  tbemse.ves   ow. �� w ���,-  -f         |100 t0 %m, and in tne nmras were ^'"'''' ���""'-, ^
13.���P.    W.  of Us ln'""t^'         j]v   ������,, [g bighl.v.day.  that   l ie no   i          . T|ie'the  general  Increased  cost of living ���n,^        *'                   wl���  be   one the meeting closed with a general *v~
B    Toionto I long�� to a good tamllJ ^                    ,    ^o    H. CJ PP��n   was B               , t^ *hr&oMy de.11(in(1   made upcut |��J����gj�� gj grants a,e, therefore, presslon of approval.
'Knee R��. I Jecied to a SwS France and then [��f ^^^glftUon. Uheir finances on account of the ex- .ate, 11
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   NOVEMDER
1310,
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
TEAMSTER  WANTED
wagon.    Apply  James
ban, Front St.
TO
and
DRIVE
McClug-
W ANTED���A GIRL WITH SOME
knowledge of bookkeeping. Apply
Roberts, Klectric Co, corner 4th st.
and Clarkson.
WANTED���ALL KINDS OF SKINS
tanned, lined and mounted. Satisfaction guaranteed. I). S. Cameron,
7".!   Fourth  St.    Phone R527.
WANTED���BY AN EXPERIENCED
dressmaker, sewing by the day. Address Box K��� Daily News Ofllce.
WHO IS MONTREAL MAN
KNOCKING THE WEST?
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for
rails" will be received at this ollice
until noon on Thin sday, November 17,
1910, for thc purchase of fifteen (15)
tons of 40-pound steel rails. Tendeiers
to quote prices per ton.    These rails
I may
I government wharf,
Canadian   Commissionsr    in     Amsterdam Says Someone Gave Dutch
Capitalists Cold  Feet.
Ottawa, Nov.  13.���F. C. T. O'l
be   inspected   at  the   Dominion! deputy   minister   of  trade   and
Customs    HouseImerce, handed out. a statement
square,
WANTED���BY A YOUNG SCOTC11-
man a position on a ranch. Appiy
Bos  lo  Daily  News Office.
WANTED���A CHILDREN'S NURSE
for four months, Apply Mrs. Ur.
Jones, 48 Royal avenue.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
G, A. KEEFER,
District Engineer.
Department  of Public Works,
New  Westminster,  B,  C,
| November 9,  19J.0.
Newspapers Inserting this advertise
ment without authority from th8 do
partment will not be paid for it.
lat'ternoon tegarding the Notherlaul
IMortgage Land company matter, iii
i which W. T. :t. Preston and a Mont-
; rea! man figured.
An   explanation   was   requested   of
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, I.M-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings sireet east.
NAVAL SERVICE OF CANADA
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE-
-CHANCE Kill! PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc,    Apj
s:reet, City.
jus From
Notice   Concerning   Tenders   for    Victuals   for  the   Naval   Service.
SEALED   TENDERS   addiessed   to
tlie   undersigned,   endorse 1   "Tenders
I for Victuals" and  accompanied by a
*** certified  cheque  for  in  ier cenl
ithe amount  of the  tender,  will  be
I reived   up   i i.i   noon   on   Wednesday,
November 30, at   the  Department  of
ithe   Naval   Service,  Ottawa,   foi-   the
supply of the following commodities,
to be delivered ai   the  Naval   Dock-
Mr Preston by the department, and
he lias new been heard from, He
states that shortly after his arrival m
Amsterdam he incidentally mentioned
io a Hutch acquaintance that Canadi
offered favorable inducements to Investors in that country. Mr. I'i eston
had many interviews and discussions
witli the representatives of Dutch capitalists, the project assumed shape
iind satisfactory progress was ma e.
The prospective manager was abjut
leaving fur Canada, when one of the
cf principal financiers told his fellow-
re- directors thai he had received Information from Montreal Intimating ih.it
the property in ihe wesl was not per-1
manent, aad that all farm lands weie
given boom or fictitious values.
.Mr. Preston reports thai  this came
FOR  SALE���ON   EASY TERMS, SIX
loomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Ap-
1 ly Owner, Box 279, City.
FOR SALK OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
FOK     SALK���AT    VIDAL'S
WAR 10-
house,   case    of    beautiful
stuffed
birds, $250.
yards   al   Halifax,   N.   s.   and    Esqui-  to him as a  painful  surprise,  as  well!
j malt.  It. C,  Beans,   (haricot)   Chocc-ias to those about to embark ia finan-
|late,   Flour,  Jam,   Marmalade,   Meat, cial undertakings in tlie west,   lt bad
preserved     (Corned     Beef,     Muiton. ;the  effect  of  immediately  destroying
Brawn),   Milk,    condensed.     Mustard,, confidence in  the  proposed   undertak-
lOatmeal, Marrowfat   Peas, Split Peas, lug, and the political withdrawing of
Pepper,   Salt,   Suet,   Sugar,   Vinegar, influential interest from the project.
;Tea. Coffee, Rice and Raisins. Mr.   Preston   did    bia    utmost,    he
The  period  of  contract   to  be   for states, show the financiers Interested
one year from December 1st, 1910      | that the report was utterly unre'table, |
Forms of tender may bo had   from j hut his efforts were cf no avail. i
[th.e undersigned. In   justification    of    Mr.   Preston's'
I'nauthoii/ed    publication    of   this statements it may be said that on thej
Notice will not be paid for. 13rd instant Sir Richard Cartwirght re-
G. J. DESBARATS.     Iceived a communication from a Dutch
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service, gentleman in Amsterdam, stating that
COUNTERS FOR SALK AT VIDAL'S
warehouse, 15 and 20 feet long, solid
3 foot top���must be sold. Make us
an offer.
�� ���
ROOMS  TO   RENT.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
Department of the Naval
Ottawa.  October  25th,  1010.
NAVAL     SERVICE     OF     CANADA.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
���vddI.v 71? T"-*w ��tre��'
ItOO.M TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
Notice      Concerning      Tenders
Clothing and  Kit for the Seamen
of  the   Naval   Service.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
Service, |he had had interviews with Mr. Pres
ton with respect to the possibility of
organizing a company of Dutch capit-1
alists to loan money on land securities'
in   Western  Canada.    He  states  that |
Mr    Preston   had   represented   to  his
for I company   that   they   could  expect    at i
least 7  per cent interest on reasonable  advances  on   mortgages  on   agii-
cultural hinds, but as a rule ~\<*  per
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
���treat
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp   block,   corner
���"". lpr>ihi.    ��. veet   arirl  Darksnn
the    undersigned,  endorsed   "Tenders j cent to S per cent, cou'd be ohtair.Qd. I
for Clothing and Kit" accompanied by : This    gentleman   further  stated   that
samples and a certified cheque for 10 lone of his directors received informa-
per cent of the amount of the tender, tion from a gentleman of influence in
will be received up till noon on Wed- i Canada to the effect that farm lands
nesday.   November   30,   1010.   for  the in  the  west  were  hel.l    at excessive
following contracts: [valuations, that the lands would likely
1.   For the supply of���Boots,  Uni- deteriorate in value shortly, and that
form Badges and Buttons, Underwear.; Uie   present   mortgage    moneys   were
I Socks,   Stockings,   Jerseys,   Comfort- j available to the amount of 50 per crnt
ers. Cholera   Belts,   Leggings,   White iof the value at the rate of 5 per cent.
Shirts.    Collars.    Towels,    Blankets, per annum.
Beds.   Ted   Covers,   Knife   Lanyards, j     A    communication,    therefore,    has
Brushes   iTooth,   Hair,   Clothes    and,been   forwarded   to the  gentleman   in
TO RKNT ��� FURN1SHKD BKD-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 0 p. m. or between 0 a. m. and
fi p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
street.-
Boot), Combs thorn).
2. Blue serge, Duck, Jean. Drill,
Flannel and shirting in the piece.
.'!. For the making up of the following garments���Tunics, Serge Junipeis
i with and without cuffs), Duck Jumpers,   Trousers,   (Duck,   Serge   Cloth)
Amsterdam, confirming Mr. Preston's
presentatinn, and statinu that many
trust and loan companies in Canada of
high standing are obtaining returns
for investments quite In accord with
Mr. Preston's statements, It is hoped,
therefore   that  th.e    company    which
LOST.
LOST���A DIAMOND SCARF PIN
last Saturday, between Baptist
church and Welsh's Grocery. Kindly leave same at C. A. Welsh's grocery store and receive reward.
"LOST���ON SATURDAY. A CHKQUE
for $13.50 bn Royal Bank of Canada. Kindly leave same at 8fi3 Columbia street weBt and receive reward.
LOST���FOUNTAIN PEN, MOORK'S
non-leakable���two plain gold bands.
Finder please return to News office.
Overcoats, Monkey Jackets, Shirts, was proposing to invest in the west
I Flannel Undervests, Seamen's Collars, will carry out its intentions, notwitli-
'Caps.   (round  and  peaked). Can Cov- j standing  the   false   Information    sent
ers, Overalls,  (Combination  Suits).     | them from Montreal.
j     The   peiiod   of  contract   to   be   for
.one year from December 1st, 1910 for
I Articles  In   Schedules   1   and    2  and
from January 1st, 1911 for Articles :n
Schedule 3.
Forms of tender may be had from
ithe undersigned.
j    Unauthorized    publication    of    this
Notice will not he paid for.
G. J. DESRARATS
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department  of  the  Naval   Service,
Ottawa, October 25th, 1910.
Fort   William   Wheat   Shipment
Fort   William, Nov.   I.",.���Twenty-six
j million bushels of wheal were shipped
lout this season.    Lake freight charges
were never so low.
*r*
 'CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
'LOST���BLACK      WAGON      COVER,! 	
waterproof,  between  Blackie  street j Local  Improvement Notice,
nnd   George    Cunningham's    black-1    The Municipal Council of the   Cor-
smith   shop.     Finder   please   notify   poration   of  the  City  of  New   West-
Daily  News. j minster  having   by   resolution   determined and specified that it Is desirable to carry* out the following works,
that is to say:
To construct cement concrete slde-
ESTATE  walks,   paved     roadway,   boulevards,
Chinese Immigrants.
Montreal, Nov. 13.���Sixty Chinese
paid the government tax collector at
Montreal $500 each as poll tax since
the close of the fiscal year, March 3
last.
NOTICE.
.NOTICE       TO        REAL
AG ENTS--My   property   facing   on
the Yale and Town Line roads, nine*
���    teen   (10)   acres,   has    been     withdrawn  from  the  market.
S. O. PAULSEN.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that The
Fraser River-Tannery, Limited, a body
corporate, incorporated under the
"British Columbia Companies Act,
1R97, and Amending Acts," carrying
on business in the District of New
"rp��iminuter and Province of British
and storm sewers on Third Street I U0iumi)ia having applied to His Kx-
from Royal Avenue to Sixth Avenue.   !neiiency,   the    Governor   General    In
And that the said work shall be Council for the approval of a certain
carried out in accordance with the sjte for tho construction of wharves
provisions of the "Local Improve- on the southerly shore of the
ment General   By-law  1909." Fraser      river,      situate      on      the
And the City Knglneer and City As-1 foreshore of blocks "A," "B " and
sessor having reported to the Coun- ��c," heing portions of lots seven (7)
cil In accordance with the provisions and eight (8), group two (2) In the
of the sail by-law upon the aald district of New Westminster and pro-
office  to  ]'���!>.   Cariboo  street,   where .works giving statements showing tlie ; v|nce of  British Columbia
NOTICE.
The undersigned    has    moved    his
lie  will  conduct the real estate bus
r.ess under his own name.   The office
on Twelfth street i.s for sale.
D. D. BOURKE.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
.It. T. PRINCE, expert accountant and
auditor. Agent for the Hall Sie
Co.    Office, room 5, Market Block,
��� 'opposite City Hall, Columbia St..
filly.    Piionft I.57R.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that James Davis Smith
��f Vancouver, B. C, occupation build
cr. Intends to apply for permission to Ipublication  of this  notice\tbe
first
Coun-
purchase     the     following    described  cil   will   proceed   with   the \ proposed
lands: 'improvements  under such  tcrfms and
Commencing at a post marked "J. conditions as to the payment', of the
X>. Smith, S. W. corner," at cost of such improvements ��^ the
the northwest corner of pre-emp- Council may by by-law in thaV ���**?.-
tion, No. 2951, thence north |,alf regulate and determine and\ also
ahout HO chains more or less, to or to make assessment. \
rear   Sakinaw   Lake,  thence  cast  601    Dated this 8th day of November\A.
chains more or less, thence south 80  d., 1910.
., havo de-
amounts estimated to be chargeable |posited with the Honorable tho Min-
a a the various portions or realiister of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
iperty to be benefited by the siid:C)f s.,m wharves winch they propose
,.<,rks and other particulars, and the to construct, together with a descrlp-
said reports of the said City Engl- tion of the full site thereof described
neer and (ity Assessor having hcenjliv IIletes ani* |,01,nds, and have also
adopted' hy the Council. (deposited a duplicate of each In the
Notice Js hereby given that the office of the registrar of deeds for
said reports are open for inspection the District of New Westminster, In
at the office' of the city assessor, city which district the said works are pro-
hall, Columbia street, New Westmln-1 p0Beti t0 be constructed, In accordance
ster, B. C, anrf that unless a petl> | with the requirements of section 7 of
tion against tha proposed wotksjthe "Navigable Waters Protection
above mentioned signed by a majoi- Act," chapter 115 of thc Revised
ity of the owners of the land or real statutes of Canada, 190C,.
property  assessed  or .charged  In   re- WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
spect    of    such    work*,  representing  solicitors  for  Fraser  River  Tannery,
at  least one-half  In   va\|ue  thereof  Is I Limited,
presented  to  the   CnuncUl   within   flf- \    Dated at the City of New Westmln-
teen  days from  the date\of the  first j,ter thin 27th dsv nf October   1910
W.  A.
DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date  of  first  publication   the
chains more or less, thence west 40
chains, more or less, thence north 40
chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to the place of _.dy 0f November, 1910
commencement. I . .    .
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.     1 =
.-p.,. ������~f...|ji��t��r  rw"��'o-' "0, 19K       Tr* a "'-"it .M. ln the News
aMJuy*   .'aittWWAND i><...��lii��, 46"�� .. *t*<** wi% t*.liii**.
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PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   8t.,  New  Westminster.
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Try the Taste Test
On Mooney's Sugar Wafers
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Forget for a moment that
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are
made in the finest sunlit sanitary
factory in the country. Forget,
also, for a moment that a little
finer flour ���a little richer
butter���a little better />����.;
fruit ���a little
more care in
bak-
V
ing are all important details of
the Mooney Method of biscuit
making.
NOW  base  your  opinion
of Mooney's Sugar  Wafers
solely  on   their taste.   We
are   confident   as   to
the outcome of
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In Private Cars
That's  the  way   the  deli-    \Jg
cious flavor of Mooney's Sugar
Wafers is preserved from the ovens
to your table.     It's expensive for us
���but better for the Sugar Wafers.
The cars are especially constructed, so when traveling from Province to
Province, the temperature is always
uniform.    We   are   the   only   biscuit
><l;
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company
in Canada
shipping   its
goods in its own cars.
The   Sugar   Wafers
keep  flaky  and    fresh ��� crisp
and whole.     Their enticing flavor
is retained to the last crumb.
Try a package today. 10 and 25
cents in dainty, dust and damp-proof
tins.
Your grocer has them.
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The Mooney Biscuit and Candy Co., Ltd.,
_w&
EVERYTHING
REDUCED
-AT-
Phone 588
Denny & Galloway
RELIABLE HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth Street, New Westminster
T. GIFFORD
THE JEWELLER
Trapp Block, Columbia St.,
New Westminster, B. C-
Is forced to remove from the present premises and is offering his entire stock
at a Great Reduction.   Don't miss this opportunity, it means dollars to you.
WATCHES
Our regular $l.r>o watch.    Sulo price
Our regular $L\r><> watch. Sale p~ Ico
 $1.2,">
Gentlemen open face, 20 year _imr-
nntee.l case, fitted with absolutely
reliable movements| regular $12.1)0
to $15.00���Sale price (while thev
last)    $8.76
Solid 14-K go'd gentleman's open face,
fitted with full Jewelled, reliable
VVnltham  movement.  Regular $15.00
���Sale  price    $.'15.00
VERY SPECIAL.
Full line of other watches nt a great
reduction.
DIAMOND RINGS
Our five stone Diamond ring, regular
$100.00.    Sale  price $72.00
Regular $05.00 P.lue White YVesseltnn
Diamonds.    Sale  price    $15.00
Regular $20.00 Blue White Wesselton
Diamonds.   Sale price  i**1 ^
Regular $45.00 Blue White Wesselton
Diamonds.    Sale  price    $33.00
Regular $18.00 Hlue Whltq Wesselton
Diamonds.    Sale price    $12.50
Just Arrived, a fine line of Ladies' Gold Umbrellas.   Reg. $12.00, sale price
$6.50.   Reg. $10.00, sale price $5.50.    Reg. $7.50, sale price $4.50*
WATCH    OUR    WINDOWS /EMBER   14,  1910.   i
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Sewfoundlrrnd, antl In London, Eng
and, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
J.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
Tanking business transacted. Let-
���.ers of Credit issue,i. available with
correspondents in all parts of th<-
vorld.
Savings Bank Department���Depositr-
���eceived  in  sums  of  $1   and upward
md Interest allowe". at 3 per ceut. pei
innuni   (present  rate).
Total   Assets   over   $180,000,000.00
Westminster
Transfer Co.
vfflce 'Pbone 115.     Barn 'Pfeon��� IU?
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered    promptly     ��
any part ot the city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM   DBPOT
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. U. BRYMNER, Manager.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwheo'cr
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
��� ��� .iii.��� miw    i .**** mot - *-.  t m*    m   11 ���**********************
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, N'ew Westminster, with
oassengets and  freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. ni.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Frl-
iay and Sunday at 7 a. in.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
30YAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
mm
I When The Family
I gathers 'Round
I The Hearth���
I     all the great entertainers of the world can be with them to enliven the evening, if they owi
������K phone,    Caruso and Scotti, Melba and Sembrich will all he there.    Through the
i \^*^******* ^^^***********M***a^^^^^*******************a% ^^^
CORRECT
STYLISH
~-..      PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk
Phone   388
uier
HIS MASTERS VOICE
^^^^^^^H    ($15 TO 1250-EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED)     ^^^^^^^^
the family can listen   to   Sousa's Band, Harry Berliner dealer will lie glad to play whatever records
Lauder and a host of others���the instrumental you want to hear���just ask.    Be sure you hear the
solos and duets of renowned  musicians and thc Yictrola.    Double-sided   records  sell at 90c. for the
latest popular airs of the day, the best dance music, two���sample by mail 10c. extra for postage,
the most excruciatingly funnv comedy specialties T%-.TkT ,  .������ /-,r>��x�� <-v T**.ri-\ia.tT* anr\    vtn
-in short, to almost whatever type of music they BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE UJ., L1 D.
like ���3,000   different  selections.    Any   Victor- MONTREAL
When Thinking of Xmas Gifts, Remember the Gram-o-phone and this W trade mark.
Victor Na. 1. $31.00.
Victor No. 2. $42.00.
Victor No. 3. $50.00
Victor No. 4. $63.00
Victor No. 5. $75.00
WE ALSO HAVE THE VICTOR-VICTORLA, Th�� FINEST MACHINE ON EARTH. CALL AT OUR
STORE AND HS/,R THIS WONDERFUL MACHINE PLAYED. ALL THE LATEST RECORDS KEPT
IN STOCK, EASY PAYMENTS ON GRAM-O-PHONES IF DESIRED. YOU ARE ALWAYS WEL-
COME   IN   OUR   STORE,  WHETHER  YOU   BUY  OR  NOT.
J. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
419 Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
^1       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 cn  Sa\ir.��S
Balances half-yearly.   ::    ::
"^siness   Accounts    opened
oa favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS:$48,000.000
! I School Supplies
AND '.EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
A T
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street���665
New Westminster, B. C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
. Your   Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Mattel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St.  and  Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
B.   C.
NEW   WESTMINSTE.,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street,
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   F*mst3
Mrs. E. M. Dominy. Pro.
lear Tbe Daily News Co.. G09 Victoria
Street.
Portland-Hslifax-Liverpool.
(Christmas Sailings.)    ^   .
LaXewnttrip'.e" 'screw: 14,892' t^ 10
Canada   ��� ��� ��� ��� ���''' "
Twin screw, 514 feei long.
For  rates, berth  reservations, etc.
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C.P.R.
W   F   BUTCHER, Agent G. N. m.
t."h. larke, n. p.c. p. a.,
Glfl Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKfR
Gold Watcies for Ladies from *��***
^Silver Waiehes. gents" open t*c*
"Sfver Watches, gents' open ��.*
I7fgen?- for Waltham and i��g��
^Watch repairing a specialty.
j     F. CRAKE
1 rwo Doors trom Geo. Adams' Grocery
~E��r.z~*
BURNABY
__ ,       R,.th street car line on street being
Two acres, one block from Sixth B"   ^ LotB 1, 2, 3, 4
idamlzed, containing .ten lols with   a berries,     chicken
and 5; highly cultivated, with i'"'11    trees,   b ^
 -,**.���***���*.*.*. ���;";: rurM. -.**	
offers  an   ideal   investment,    Price .   be  gold
,   io  nnd   is   months.      >'("h
i  i third cash, balance 6, l- ana
separately on terma t�� be arranged.
THE
MES' TRUST CO,
On the evening of November 16 the
strange phenomenon will he witnessed
of B red moon.
This, at any rate, ls the assertion of
A. o. Granger, an amateur astronomer of Montre l
The reason for this change of coloring is that the moon will be sa near
ly In line with tbe center cf the earth
and the sun that it will p;iss Into the
greal shadow o! the earth. Instead cf
entirely  dUapyearing in the   shadow
Is In nn ordinary eclipse, the  moon
wll!   turn   reddish   or   enpper-co'oed.
This will he the result of the letrac-
tlon of bending of a po:tion of the
sun's   rays   through   the   atmosphere
of the earth, In the same manner as ^
any article ituck Into water appears
to hen.l inwards.
Vn November 16, in the evening
ti:e rays of the sun. passing through
thc earth's etmosphere, wil he ie-
fracted enough to st t'-e the moon,
and j'ko H a reddish color
lountine fl:e diill calmly as on
iy of the weekly practices.
��� Th.e flre destroyed a five-story w'.nii
in the main building, but there was no
loss of life and no Injuries. The blaze
starte.l in a basement bakery, spreading rapidly t.i the uhrer (loos ond
theme to the boys' dormitory wart'.s
above.
T   P   Morrison J- ��. Ta>lor
Phone C24.
LABOR AGENTS;
Sinn lv help of every kind. Prompt ,
,���   .,ii   orders      Contracts'
attention   to   iill   oiuem.
negotiated.
S Begbie St.      New Westminster, B.C.
hatTcoqk
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital Paid Up   $5,000,000
Reserves    $5,900,000
The Bank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific-, tn Cuba
throughout tie Island: also In
Porto Hico. Bahamas, New York
and   London,   England.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westirlnster Branch.
Forestry   Report   Ready.
The Potato Merchant and Auctioneer, jl    ^ ^   RICHAHDSON, Manager.
Victoria,    Nov.    13.���The   premier,]
Hon.  It.  McBride, has heen   advised
that the report of the royal com nis-
sion on forestry and kindred matte: s
has been completed, an.l will he pies-
entcd to tie government on   Tuesday
jne:t.   It will he consldeied by the executive as its lirst meeting after the
return of the ministers from the Nelson convention,, and will form the basis  of  legislation  for the better   protection  of the forests  from   flre and
otherwise, ti be presented to lhe legislature at Its meeting in January.
527  Front St.. New Westminster.
Phone 550.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
j. HENLEY
fir:
DRILL   SAVED   THEM.
Ambassador  Will   Not  Return        |
pot lations for a revision o   the cop
cordat were interrupted, would not.re-
,���,.��� to Rome.    If the W^mS
is   continued   another   man    will    "t
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:  Princess Si
^^^^^^  limited. ^^^^
n    i c__At�� Depart ren'.
T. H. McCDRMICK, Mgr. Real E��tau
rh-ldren   Eswpo   ���<���   Hundreds   From
Fre  Stricken   Institution.
v��.S    Nov    111���Three   thou-
NV*hov. anl fifteen hundred girls,
T Shri flre outbreak shortly be-
.'TmwSghtlas night. Thanks to
f?'e tiii and discipline of sixty
X ��"��� %ro ers' in charge of the
, ti n he- was no panic, and
Se iSlnK children  went through
HOSPITAL
Dublin   Doctor  Dies  Suddenly,
college, expired in the police station.
Westminster IVvate Hospital.
2L'3 Townsend tt. Maternity
and non-confaglous medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St, Foot of Sixth.
rNEWSOMlT&lONS
Painters. Paperhangers
and Decoralors.    ,
Estimates. Given.
214 Sixth Street ^WS
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THE DA1LV NEV/S.
MONDAY,   NOVEMBER  H
^lO,
The Daily News
.
published by Tbe Daily News Publish-
tn*. Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
ft.  A.   Paige Managing   Director'
_ifll0'N^^.'iLAH��j> 4
MONDAY,   NOVEMBER   14.   1910.
DEVELOPING    THE    FRASER    VALLEY.
LEES LIMITED
We respectfully draw your attention to the biggest Money-saving event in House Furnishings ever
offered to the public in New Westminster.
See our advertisement, page 7.
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,   NEW WESTMINSTER.
������ ���-��� Ji' **it^*���r���rr*wr���rs���*s. s-*u*<sz
Your Opportunity
JBHHif.f H^WMi'   ��� ffgij
The formation of a progressive association for thc entiie dlstticl ol
the Fraser Valley is a decided move
in the right direction. From time to
tiie we have urged the benefits and
idvantages of co-operation In these
eolu ns, end this association represents a direction of effort in which
this principle can be applied with the
most excellent results. Such an orgs Ization as has now been formed
ghould be the means of considerably
advancing the interests of the terUle
vai '.
Acting  conjointly   the   various   districts  thus incorporated  will  possess
un influence that wi.l enable them toi
secure both parliamentary and municipal  attention    to    their    roads    and
bridges, taxes and imposts; to compel ]
���the attention of railway companies to
the needs of the districts in the way
of  i nproved   accommodation   both   fer :
passenger and  freight traffic, and  to
���.he adjustment ol  rates;   bring about
..     . .      i
the improvement or river communications;   obtain  better  facilities  i.i   the
way   of  telephone,  elcctil?  light  and1
power supply, and in many other ways !
/o bring about the betterment of the '
entire district so as to make it thoi-'
oughiy attractive to settlers.    In this
way   whilst effecting Improved  conditions for present residents it will  be !
acting in the best possible way to induce    the    rapid    settlement  of  the
valley.
Then, too, the association will be
able to promote methods of publicity
work far more thorough and effective
In character than would be possi ���'<;
by any one of the several distticts Individually, and to do this moreover
at a cost that will be comparatively insignificant.
The  present time is peculiarly  appropriate   for  the  institution    Of  the
work   of   the  association,   recent   development having    greatly    improved
t ie opportunities for the development
oi the district   In this connection tiie
fvew Westminster-Chilliwack   line   of
the  Ii.   C.  Electric Railway company
Kill prove a pctent factor, whilst the
completion of tlie Canadian Northern
Pacific   railway,   and   the   new   extension of the V. V. & E,  win at once
sei ve to improve local communication
i-.'id connect the district with eastern
I clnts  and  provide   new  markets   for
ti.e product of the valley.
We look to the association with
confident expectation that it will bring
about a material development of tbe
entire aiea of the Fraser valley, ar;J
transform it. Into a well Battled and
prosperous part of the province with-
in the next few years.
Only 12,000 Shares of Stock in this company
out of the 30,000 allotted to the City of New
Westminster remains to be sold. This will not
last more than Fifteen Days. Don't miss this
opportunity.
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! SEE OUR ORCHID WINDOW I \
ORCHID Pdrfamss, Talcum Powder, Cold
Cream, Face Cream, Almond Cream
I
*
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*
! Call and pret a Free Sample before they are all gone.   }
\ RyalVs Drug Store j
��� nunMr <������> FVFS TFSTFn RY GRADUATE *)
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE  J
# PHONE 57.
^^AS.A-S*A*.��--A~***a-****a**i*a***a** *****************************
HECTOR   McCAIG,  Manager.
Wednesday, Nov. 16th
The Distinguished American Actress
Virginia Harned
In Her New Play
" The Woman He Married"
A Domestic Drama of Tcday by Herbert.Bashford
THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls wh,
perts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and
building ever devised.    It has as its directors men known throughout the
vince as honest and conservative operators with long records of successei
untarnished reputations back of them.
- ex-
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i -
Prices:    $1.50, $1.00, 75c, and 50c
Heats on  Sale  Tuesday,  November   15,  at   McKen.if
Pharmacy.
We Build You a Home of Any Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Provided You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building system you can own a home without paying
big profits to others. You can select your own location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or any you may select owned by the Company.
The stock of the Company is now selling for $1.25 a share, par value $1.00.
ROBERT KELLY, President. A. R. BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS, Secretary. THOMAS TAYLOR,  Manager.
KELLINGTON  BROTHERS, General Agents,  New Westminster.
AN   EXPERT  ACCOUNTANT.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA     MOUSE
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
It is sail that expert accountant!
.tue multiplying. In view of thla fact,
juid 'hat tlie Likelihood of meeting one
at any time is becoming more evident,
should not something he done ahout
it? At least should we not know
bow to guard against It? Let US, '.f
ve can, come to some conclusion
about  the nature and  habits of  this
��� exalted personage.
Theie Is a sense, of course, !n
which we are all of us expert accountants. No man word probably be wining to admit thai h<: wasn't one lint
��; i statement (a generally understood
as beln.3 a joke. The real genuine ex-
perl accountant no one makes any
mistake about. We run from blm Instinctively.
When   we  can't   run   from   him   we
��� make the best of it; we face bim with
��� ���c'liccrfiilnesH. Our own puny affairs
we have managed all our lives with
so ue slight success; we have a ragtag and bobtailed book In which for
a number of years we have been in
the haWt of keeping our accounts���
I BUOh  as  they  arc!     Or  we  may   have
TUESDAY, NOV. 15th
The Hunt Musical Company
Presents
The
Honeymoon
Trail
A Musical Comedy
Prices:    $1.00,  50c,  75c and 25c
Beats on Sale al McKenzle's Pharmacy.
The Stock books are still open at Kellington Brothers' office.     There are
only 12,000 Shares remaining out of New Westminster's 30,000 allottment.
lhe Canadian Home Builders, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.    Telephone No. 7846.
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,   New Westminster.
Telephone No. 680
been no deielht an to carry the whole neatb  or In  the water3    under    the
affair in  our beads.    We aa/ tbis to earth,  was ever able to tell him any-
the expert accountant with a depre- thing that be didn't know.   We have
catory air.   ak tor bi-v, ite Is full ot always thought that It would be great
sympathy,    .rom  nuc!i  a  height    he (un��� the greatest  we  can  Imagine���
may well afford to be ma. 11 anlm-ms. to   get   two    expert     accountants   tO-
There h, one sign by which you can gether.      What  would happen?      The
always know ah    expen  - accountant. Imagination falls.
No one, In tbe course of history, in     once, in a moment of Indifference,
the  heavens  above   or   the  earth   be- to any fate, wc e'Mjdoyed an expert ac
countant to go over our bumble affairs. Up to that time we hai been
sailing along In the blissful consciousness that all was well. Our
three meals came ahout regularly, and
some slight attempt at luxuries was
our privilege.
The expert accountant came and
looked us over. He showed us sternly ln figures that could not lie, that
we  had  steadily   been   losing  ground
ever since we had started. In vain we
told him that we owed no man and
that there was money In the hank.
"Vour    system,"    lie    explained,    "is
totally at.  variance  with    the    latest
I
rules. You are, therefore, running behind."
We have heen running behind over
since without him. We are ashamed
to let him see us in the distance, going about our irregular and faulty
business. Only a blind trust In Providence, and a guilty consciousness of
our own slmplemlndedness, keep us
alive.���New York Life.
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CHRISTMAS GOODS
We are dally opening up new goods and are showing the largest
line of WATCH KS, JEWELRY, etc., ever oxhibited ln New Westminster.
Now Is the time to choose that article for an Xmas present.
We will put goods away for you until you want them.
Call and examine our stock now, when It Is complete.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
Chamberlin's ^^
R. T. PRINCE
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
and AUDITOR
Agents for the  HALL SAFE CO.
OFFICE:       Itoom   5,   Market.   Hlock.
Opposite City Hall.
Phone LB78. P. O. Box 795.
BO CHONG
MERCHANT  TAILOR.
Who has heen In the Tailor Business
in Vancouver for a number of yW' ���
has opened up a similar business In
this city. Latest fashions. Suits
made to order. Fit guaranteed. Pb��ne
54. or call at Kwong On Wo U ulldln*
����7 Columbia str***.
Fine apartment house site close :o
*
business district, $2,800;    1000 cash,
balance over  -  years.
We have some of the Choicest lots
in tho West Knd Industrial district.
These will advance rapidly In value
from now oa,   Easy terms arranged.
If you think of building a house or
a business hlor* consult, our extensive list, of unimproved property In
the city and distrlcl.
.
White. Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TO LEASE-;Fruit and Confectionery Store, hake oven on premises,
good, location, on Columbia street,
good opening for man of small means.
We have some choice residential
sites in the new cement walk district
at very reasonable prices and terms.
Modern 8 room house close in, "n
large lot, with best heating :��l(1
plumbing;  $4,0.00.   Good terms.
BrrT*r,r~'
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'' Aum i���m������������ anrCEri N0VEMBER   14.   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGB FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
~rSS*
poll's COLTS      AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL
tASY FOR ROVERS  THF GREATEST OF ALL
���   Team   ifl   Good That is the Opinion of Some
r        ,    to Practice On���     Australians   Who    Have
���:' ''''���  ' ��� T I        1   ���      r*.
���  f,.^ Victims. Looked it Over.
Ssaso
are new and entirely different from ordinary preparations. They accomplish
thr.tr purpose without disturbing the rest of the system, and are therefore the
I' a  laxative for the nursing mother, as they do not affect the child.
Compounded, like all NA-DRU-CO preparations, by expert chemists.    It
unsatisfactory we'll gladly return your money.
25c. a box.   If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and we
will mail them. ^4
National Dniu and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited,
mi^ma*iatammmKsa**a*aWa*ms**wmm
Montreal.
���
1
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.ers
.   :i, capturing
. .      BUBOE   DD   i
t kciI and defei
ngeni ol Cold! tutt .
..  ���
to   one   and
had  nol   one of
Sal      Francis
-
:     made
i |or i Idm y S. Piexo b lonal
ornla, in regard to Aus-
: ralian      il hi II
Practl ;   slndl
MARRIAGE MADE EASY
IS OBJECT OF PAPER
      . .��� .,     ,��� . ,,ila             : Li Cupid's Preserves Invaded bj
^_u ^_\
. ired  foi   t !<<.'���' ' :,.   ... ht   In   i   - ���
i ;���; qi   v. ho kepi -   nov,
v, ,,-  to phone I n<   in         augl on  thi   coast     Its   ge
,   was "ti and I he  en  osl   ol   thi   ol hi i
ge of that with    the    let
aklng a ni irovi         e rule   whi
[,   | ; ...              ,   . was tooth
... ere made to ee and Bane game
.,   one    j pect!   i           i n do no better than
,,    .    tb\ game il i            lallai         h
ent   nines   of gt
H(.h0ing the v  ��� . ���      ���                              '     '         '    i"'1'"'!
" DOIBB      .... ... 3 of a mid-May mo nlng heron      i        ng sun, ana oi  no moie
Bi-Lingual Sheet -- Want
Ads Pave the Way.
avaunt the 1 me-
l��� ' thosi   parasites
.   him:
*^M*ti*m**-*MfH:iui3fi>. wmwn.'��j(wryg
ttncondltloni nst -ts
���   .
in    fit.'-    ��� :   - ��� and ad
a<   exlsl    under   our
. :        whll ���    ���
ten
sed  a  hue  ai
The   Game  cf   One   Hundred   Minutes.
I In utes" is oni  ol
ippropilate  name* 3 so call
ed  because  of Its consist!)
New Twin Screw
Steamship
"PRINCE RUPERT''
3500 Tons���7000  Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18'/2 Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
..  VICTORIA  and   SEATTLE,2:00 p. tn. Saturdays.
���.   f'RixO; RUPERT, 11:80 p.m. Mondays
SfEfWAST  und  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS���S.   S.  P   net
Albert, leave* Prince Rupert cn arrival of S. S. Prtnfce Rupert for
Stewart, and  for Queen Charktfce City,  Pacofl  and  Moresbj   I
ports al 10 00 p. m. Thursdays; and for Porl  Simpson, Kincolith und
Masset at 10:00 p. tn. Mondays days.
Solid     vestibule     trains     of  coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago,   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   Niagara   Falls,   New  York,  Toronto,   Montreal,   Portland.   Boston, etc.    Longest douole track  railway
under  one   management  on   the American  continent.
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
Cit;   Passenger und Tlckel Agent. Commercial  Agent
Telephone  7100.    527  Granville Street,   Vancouver.     Telephone   3060.
GENERAL   AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC  STEAMSHIP  LINES.
loti   t iin:   bei
���   dead, bui
thai     '.     t wi
1 , 1   ' -t
The e!" ls
retrivably   re-
Is  In a  position to
ilid pages ol brilliant arg-
.   1 everyone should  gel
led.
This ;ii! tn Hymen is of recent hr.t'.i
and is Known us "The Correspondent
Le Correspond nt." it is pi inteip
and published in two languages in
Montreal, und deals solely with matters    tatri   onial.     The first  number
Following   is the "requlsltolre" acci    panying the paper,   it will do you
no harm  to read It, and  might help
so  e for w hai  is 11 follow:
"Genl t   en.
\\> have the honor to send you by
this mall the first issue of the Jou nai
The ' Corn spondent ' Tl is Journal, as
you  may   see  yourself,  is  printed   in
oiu��� 1 Irani.   backs,
II -    halves   Ryall
i- foi wards, S
. : -m.  McLaren.
BRITISH    FOOTBALL.
Kirk-
Tur-
Cur-
��� b after
tat   11  wai
��� :. the Coin   I
���   play,  but   un!
di l  nol   take       g foi   twentj :   ��� ,     . *
���   (i.��[  und  when  It      "H  is no ui m thing," contln
Bnwyerj   went   up ued Majoi  Piexotti     to sei  troi   50,-i~"I   ,���  ��� *
,.    ..rs. 000 to 100,00    person*  ai  a ga n   ol        ''   Ms aPPearance oril>' a fe* fl;i>'s
, j 4i.Bir..!i.T   .     ,1 ��� 1 ���   -i 1        1   ,    1       ,       "���-'"    It is so riilfleren: from anvthine
'\  1       that co  es toou, exchange deal
1   a  gtrli   1, '.in        ���   pria    are fixed  bj    ,,       , ,.���,..,,,..<.
In anotbei   pari  ol thi   th<  muni IpallUea in which the games        Ma      *-*v<.i*->*.
��� :. hbd no eyes ��� ''  held    As a maltei ol fact, all football fields arc dd mated by the vai i
-.   the teai 1    Rov-'ous local (    ei i.- ents.
I ������    Glasgow   i.    -���  - "The flelds on which the games are
Marshall; halves. Hanks played  are   iM  yard*  long,  und   ap-
k    and    Gibson proximately, tbe same distance win.-,
est:    forwa    -     Saw-  eighteen  players on a side comprise
'���-��� ���'������'���   Beaton and the teat b, ��mc!i a:e matched up verv ��������� __
.' you  may   see   juuiku,   10   *,,....m..   ,
"^ch after the fa -���.    all, ,,,,. languagea atll1 keep8   .xf,islvel
one player on one Md, trying to off- ,,,,,,ir,onla, questions. We intend to
��et the w It of his opponent. The bll8h ,n Mofttreal M New-York
Same is 1 .st absolutely devoid of cwcag0 and otheT large cities of Ui*
'��� Personal - tntacl us warrants *n* ted.Statea rto , j,Mirn;ll ln whlch anV
_p y"~' "' the i"-,:s have BTea' body wishing to And an husband or a
Kicking ability, puntt ol fifty and six- Wlfi> .���,,,,, (,0 jt wlthout any l08B rf
t> yards being no uncommon occur- Ume OI. ;iny hard s0,���.,, Ps Sll many
rence.   _ men ;iIlil women have nol been ma^S-
"H is very interesting to watch rio<l because thej nevor hud the ep-
three and tour men combination's portunity to do so, oa else, because
working their ball down a fleld hy the their timidity gtopped them from mak-
st   expert   passing,  both   by   hand tii(> first advances
and  foot,  the   players   watching   an     "With   The   "Correspondent"  those
tbletic   1. opening to tally.     There is no such such  thints  wlll  be  suppressed, and
Woolwlcp   thins as offside play und absolutely no  anv one  will  he ahle  to enter in eor-
delaya  as the side umpire, always on respondence With serious and   trust-
the  spot.  almoBl   ln>medlately  throws worth?  suitors, us well   from  Canada
in  the   ball   which   chances  to   have and United-States as from Europe.
been   batted   by   the  hand   or    kicked       "We heg to ask you if you would h=>
outside. kind  enouuh  to insert  a  few  lines in
Referee   Travels   Miles. .our estimated journal, to guide thole
"The referee must certainly be 'lit.' susceptible to he  Interested   In   our
of following the ball du - Journal, in which yon will find all the
informations you may desire. \
"Thanking you tn advance for your
kindness, agree Gentlemen, tbe assifiS
^ anee of our hieh consideration
'SL'.es change  goal  at  -
tion of each  period, no
taken hetween the first
and between the third
quarters, whll
Why Not Use FISH
SALT
OOLICHANS
Very Tasty.
21bs. for 25c
E. N. Sutherland H. V. Ardagh
Partnership^ Formed^
Sutherland & Ardagh
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agts.
Stocks  bought  ancl  sold  on  the Vancouver and Eastern Exchanges.
Port Mann Specialists
Rooms   10   and   11,   Guichon   Blok, New Westminster.
Over  Annar.dale's   Store."
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
Smoked Halibut
and Kippers
Daily
.   1"..���The    result    of
ea   in   tlte   English
totball leagues are as
-������
��� ���
0.
1.
First    Division.
Preston North End 0,
i   Oldham  Athletic   1.
': ���        uotlgll
-  effleld   Wednesday   D,
j. Manchester City
1 1    . Newcastle L'nited -.
te 1  3, Tottenham  11 t-
derland 3, Bristol Citj  I!
i Everton I; Manches-
i 1,  Notts County
Second   Division,
irnsli    ;. Fulham 2.
. l.infoin City
.. Birmingham 2.
0 lent  -'   llud.letsfield Town
14.
.' mntj t. Bradford -���
Gl ��8op I  Bi lion Wanderers 2.
Citj   1. Gainsborough  Trlni-
I
Letcei 1   Posae 0, Hull City -���
Stockport County 1. Burnley -���
Wolverhai ipton Wanderers 2,   West
Bromwlch Mblon 3.
Southern    Diviaion.
Crystal Palace 8, Hrompton 2.
Brltsol  Hovers  1,  Millwall  Athletic
its his dutiet
ing the course of
bly travels miles
cisterns.
a game he probaba*
in   making  his   de '.
given
the  explr.i
1 est     being
and   second
tind   fourth
ten   "dilutes  Intermis-
midway    (luting    the
THE "CORUF.PPONDKNT."
��p    .      We  wlll   gladly    eonsectate
In one's turn, at  every edition   a
tain Rpace to any journal which
favorably  answer our re'iuest.
C A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
FOR SALE
Forty Acres of choice land near Port Haney,
nearly all cleared.   On main wagon read, convenient to C. P. R. and river.   Line of proposed tramway runs through property.   Soil is excellent and
cannot be surpassed for fruit raising.
Price $4500 for a Few Days Only
Easy Terms
���-���EXCLUSIVELY BY--
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
eer-
wlll
PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER
sion   ia      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
_ame.
"The   receipt   of   the   hull   on
14
Swlml
Rangers
n   Town   2.    Queen's    l'nrk
Exeter City, 0.
Westi.       l'nited   0,   Brighton  an*
Move Al.] n 3,
Luton '. Northampton 1.
Portsmouth 0, Brentford l.
City 0, Leyton l.
South End l'nited 1, Watford 1.
Southan pton  1, Plymouth Ar. yle I.
Scottish   League.
Hat llton  Academicals  1,  Hearts  2.
;.  Morton  1!.
ee _  Aberdeen 0.
9   0,   Celtic  1).
'   Patrick Thistle 2.
3  Queen's Park I.
���������is  Ii,  Motherwell   1.
ngers 3, Kilmarnock 0.
Th'''l Lanark 3, Falkirk I.
��� in;  i v, ^ ���������-^i^^^^_^^^_   plays
similar  to  our  forward  pass  is  called
'marking,' and It is permissible for as
many players as can .roup closely to
receive   the   hall   to   make   the    play,
when  It   Is caught, hatted, or passed.
Punting, drop kicking, and place kick
lng arc nil resorted to In an effort to
forward the hall or pass It, as the nue
may be.    Ptintlng, however, when try-1
In:; for a goal, Is the universal rule.
j    Tour   Goal    Posts   at   Each    End.
"There  are  four  poal   posts,  seven
yards apart, making the extremescor*
lng width twenty-one yards A goal
Is counted, scoring six points, when
the ball Is Judged to have passed he-
, tween   the  two  center   posts   or   In   Q
Tine perpendicular to them, a point
|la scored under similar conditions
I when the ball goes between the outside and Inside poles on either side
of   the
I    ],  ib Certainly kind of The   Cor.es-
'pondent   to  willingly     "consecrate    a
Specifications,   husiness  letters  and
Circular work taken.
MISS  M. BROTEN,
Care Major and Savay,
Ileal  Kstate Brokers.
Phone 415. Columbia S*.
pomieui    in    .......
space to the News, but the directors
might have ottered to supply the bachelor members ol the staff with a wife
Instead. That would have heen original even lf not satisfactory,
I    Here ate a few of the   apjteals   ef   	
these  maidens who are  In fear   they I      , . , .     ��,.,���, .   .   , ,  ,,
,,,,,.,,,      ,       , ,,     good temper.    Must not drink"
Will be let    n  lonely  state   on   the * ,n[g ^^  of  w      an       han
shelf of spinsterhood: kmi9t be very trylns
25.���Sherbrooke, P.Q. |j   The trouble  seekers are  not  onlv
I    1 am 18. 5 feet  3, weight  110. dark ;ineenmn,s   maidens,  the   triumph    of
hair and rosy lips, live on a farm. J ol-  1)0pe over experience heing evidenced
full of fun and know how to work.  t)V ,|ie laree num. er 0f widows will-
ly full of fun antl know now u, ttU.��. ,,,v   ,,,,.  ,,.,..	
I would like to correspond with young  ing���nay, anxious���to again darn soxs
men. 'and spank youngsters.    Hist to this:
'"' ,i;1 '    15.���Montreal. St. George Ward.
Inviting,   and
ien.
"Rosy    lips"   sounds    	
"know how to work" sounds good, hut
"Jolly full of fun" sounds suspicions.
Let's pass on:
No   B3. ��� Laval  County.
Kick of country life and If she does
not marry to her taste Is In danger to
Youn��- 20 years, nice
Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of   tke   Best
Builders  Hardware in tkis City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
moai|T  Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
.le  here.
riok-
B0WLIN G
''''''���        ise  league  gnmes  and    a
Vancouver are scheduled
'"' the Front street, howling alleys this
eek     On   Wednesday   a   Vancouver
;1 come over to play the K. Z.
; ;llk~   '      ire going to do their best
ether
"Dribbling   the hall is  one
hardest features of the   game,   the �� -���� good (,onk
spheroid  shape of ths   ball   *aWn*llove to dance.   Don:t know what life
hts phase o   play wry d (Bcult, still hfla  in  stnn, ,-���r hpr   ���,lt  w,sll Ju8t
It Is accomplished successfully by the tt(, Bame a kiml hust,;inf, to ,,)ve and
u"v ,:l ,h" ''b>"r"' to be loved.
��� ii ���. i m .j |   Too lachrymose.   Next:
seen at the offices of T   V. Neelands,     m0. 47.���Montreal. Qu^.
(Inspector   Of   Indian     Agencies,   Van-!    Almost  an  old  maid, hut  nice-look-
couver;  W. E. Dlchburn, Inspector if mg "very blonde" With hrown eyes  "
Indian Agencies, Victoria, and w. M. fcet ;.>,  weight 12fl ..-.
Ilalllday.  Indian  Agent.  Alert  Hay.        porui with ?entlement not over 45
I    Each   tender   must  he  accompanied j^-t matrimony,
hy a marked cheque ��>a'e payahle to     When a woman admits she Is almost
the   undersigned   for  a  sum  equal   to an   0i(]   miljd  an()   "very   Monde"  our
i*u���������in.a  turn  instinctively  to  perox
Fri
Tulips
1     .-
01 i
anl Alert
*������ C.
tory ^^^
amount of
The lowest or any
TENDERS.
-     " ':i     TENDERS    addressed to
tary   Department of ta-dlan     ; ���- a      ted
>a   Ottawa   and   markel   on   the sa^,'.^   ������,
'Tender ror Alert Bay Girls'
Dew.     v'"  he received up to noon
""  SO,   1910,   for   the  erection
r;lm�� hoarding school    building
Buy     (Cormorant    Island i,
Ws and   Bpeolflcatlona   m��y   be
IT'" i'f"��.Vii he returned. Ihundred
signed, when I tl Wj�����' b��� ,.,. I matrlmony
The  success! u    tenderer
nuired  to  furnish a  hon I
n,U    sureties for a sum e.��. "I,U"V8'"descrtnWon
the contract. i l��,r"
I a'" a children widow, 'i.i. english-
protestant, 5 feet 4, weight tfii). heal-
,thy and strong, fair complexion, hlack I
hair, dark hrown eyes, a lover of home ,
life, good cook, live at home with my |
mother,    .chool  education, Of a kind '
,-eait<, mie    and loving disposition and am sure ll
Play  piano  and.can  make  the  right   man   happy   and1
contented.   Gentlemen please write.
There   is   something   strangely    pa-1
thetic  In  Miis  appeal   of a  "children
widow."    The mother is prohahly   Included in the offer of the fair   advertiser.   The next one is a heavyweight:
7.���Valleyfleld. Beauharnois COunty,
I am a wi low of 49, horn in South !
America, protestant, hrown   hair,   so-1
.megrey, healthy and energetic, 5 feet |
14, weight 7:-!5, school education, amiable disposition,  neat  appearing,  good '
cook  and  house   keeper, have   some
means.   Ohject:    Matrimony.
49x5-4x735���Nix!
Here Is a victim of the wanderlust
with a truly feminine mind:
No. 81.���Montreal, Que.
Lady of refinement. Stylish, very
handsome. "Brunette."���Tall and delicate widow of a very rich man. loves
to travel. English-Canadian. 48 years.
Would correspond with a wealthy gen-
Would corres-
Oh-
Insurance
of AH Kinds
I write every kind of Insurance known. FIRE,
LIFE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY,
AUTOMOBILE, MOTOR BOAT, LIVE-STOCK.
ni'Tir'i. nilll"'^'      -- YVUUlU  tuiicoj^"-        ��� ���     ,
will h�� re-'matrimony. . ot   tleman and perhaps marry.If suitea.
in sitlsfad    That "handsome" codicil lets uB ou .     Ju9t one n,ore picked   at   rando
nual to the!b���t   we  rather  approve,  of this   ��^Jfrom the bimch:
i,ppn's  description.    Those  rew   nun       ^   129_Fort William, Ont.
���u, .pna.r not necev'dred plunks look good. Y wldow  24 yearfl.   With bl;
Tbe unauthoT
advertisement      ^^^^^^^^^
not he paid tor. ^   M(,,,RAN,
Secretary.
^^notobfa^-9' ���
Ottawa, Oc.toiiet   -��,
'.Tina and  stylish,  stenograph
rSnes'omce. ��^S?^
nhnn     Do  not  care  for   that  work.
; Wouid correspond In view to marriage
with a _ent'.eman of good position and
Strongest Companies
Lowest Rates Best Security
���      GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
We object to being stepfather to a
smart little boy.
A few extracts from the page devot-
(Continued on Page Eight.)
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   NOVrMBE
R 14.
19-3.
-
Phone 646
.-��� ���-
P. O. Box 431
The People's Trust Compan
i
i
Limited.
451 Columbia St.
FRANK C. COOK, General Manager
New Westminster
Consonant with the successful issue and subscription of $200,000.00 of shares, the
flattering returns, attendant upon the inauguration of our banking department and
the increased demand for investments in realty, we are prepared to accept Savings
Deposits,  Purchase Agreements for Sale, Write Insurance, Extend Loans
and cover all lines of a Trust or Fiduciary nature.
Inquiry will readily demonstrate that we have exceptional opportunities for the investment of funds, that offer an element of security and profit second Lto none. In
keeping with the augmented responsibilities and the increased business of the various lines, we have placed each department under separate management in the hands
of specialists thoroughly conversant with their respective branches.
FINANCIAL
FIRST ALLOTMENT OF - - $100,000.00.   SOLD
SECOND ALLOTMENT OF      - - $100,000.00.   SOLD
A Third Allotment of $100,000.00 Open for Subscription at $100.00 Per Share
For further particulars consult our Financial Agent, Mr. Edward St. Albans.
BANKING   DEPARTMENT
4 PerCent. Interest on Deposits
Although this department was only inaugurated August 31st last it has shown exceptional growth and the
deposits here far exceed our most sanguine expectations, as not only our shareholders, but clients whom we
have not had the previous pleasure of knowing, have opened accounts with us, and this department fe now
on a paying basis.
We take pleasure in informing our patrons that this department is in the hands of Mr. G. W, N. Boulton, a
man who has had a great many years banking experience and is well known   for his conservative methods.
ass
INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
This department is in charge of W. F. Edmonds, who has an
enviable record as an insurance man. Since taking charge of the
department the business has shown considerable increase and is
now on a most satisfactory basis. We write all kinds of insurance, including Fire, Life, Accident. Burglary, Automobile, etc.,
and the companies with whom we are associated are of the high,
est standing, giving the best rates, and famous for their prompt
settlement of claims. Before insuring elsewhere, consult our Mr.
Edmonds who will gladly give you full Particulars on any kind of
insurance business.
This department, since taken over by Mr. T. H. McCormick, three
months ago, has proved itself to be a highly profitable adjunct to
the Trust Company's business. Mr. McCormick has for assistants, J. R. Duncan and R. H. Corbett, who are thoroughly conversant with local conditions, and which places the department in
a position to handle a very extensive business. Port Mann and
City Property are our specialties, and having large lists, we are
prepared to. take care of both the investor and the home-seeker.
We invite intending purchasers to call at our offices and investigate our property lists.
_^_E__S___Y_
e's Trust Company,
Limited.
451 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C
���fl ������BMBBBMBMI
iitLm,*x*ii. jiw T��--T'.,j;g:rzTTn .01
ND*V
NJVEMBER   14.   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
'Cr--* "
ggc Window Shades
Cut to 35c
THINGS   ARE   MOVING   AT
LEES    LIMITED
The Big Unloading Sale of $50,000
PAGE  SKVKN.
I
1000 Yards of Floor
Oilcloth at 21c Yard
fforth of Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums. Oilcloth, Rugs, Lace Curtains, and thousands of items_ in kindred
lines, starts off with a vim. Tell your neighbors and get in early for the good things. Everything marked
in plain figures.
....   BRING YOUR CASH
FOR THIRTY DAYS
Phone 73
ami.
_____    LIM ITED
Wc Furnish Your Home Complete"        716-718 Columbia St.
��� ���.,. position of City
ecelved bj th<    in
^io    Monday,    the 28th
��� .���,��� Balary required
'   w   a   DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
. mher 8th, 1910.
List la
DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
BURNABY.
Take Notice that I. William Robert
.,. B. t'.. occupation.
���      . intend to apply Ior
.,. 500 acrea o   land
;> ws;   commencing at
S*yards above tide
...  entering the head
,,  lhence  north   100
.'��� ^BO chatoa. thence
alnafcthence east 60
oi commencement Pur-
j .. : ���  1" required, quarry-
Will [AM ROBERT DICK.
8U<1 September 26th, 1910.
|NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
An adjourne I i eetlng waa held Wi
the Municipal hall on Thursdaj November 10, present t ounctllor' Mc-
Gregor, acting reeve Councillors
Coldicutt, McKee ami Hill.
Communications were received trom
James Herd requesting Bldewalk Sn
the Boundary road from Hastings
ftieet to Pendora. Referred to engineer.
H. E. Young,   provincial   secretary,
stating that hla honor rhe lleutenant-l
governor, had heen pleased to appoint
Moses   B.  Cotsworth, auditor for the
municipality.    Received and  filed.
Richard Thorp, wrote complaining
as to remade on the Boundary road,
Which had left his fence posts unsafe.
Referred to Councillor Rumble and
the engineer,
W    1!.   Coldicutt,  with  reference  to
lohstniriion mi Beta avenue.   Referred
to the police constable, with power to
LAND    DIS-  act
W. H. Howling, requesting Ingleton
| avenue to he opened up from Hastings
District of New Westminster.       u0  Albert   street, aud   Robert    Av :t
TAKE notice that I, William Robert I aaked  for stumps to ho removed   In
Ik It, ol Vancouver, B. ('.. occupation front of his property.   These matters
li tier, intend to apply for were referred to Councillor Hill and
(emission to purchase the following j the engineer.
lands: Messrs. Kilmer and Holland enclos-
en lng   at    a    post    planted |ng  contract   and  specifications;   alec
���   chains north from    the I blue  print   or  proposed   water  system
i    wi ��� i    ner of   Timher    Lease I for l). L. 186.
|K5. Texada  Island,    thence    west:    c   ii. Cahan   to   know   if   council
,"'"' would accept plans of block 1, 1> L,
'.��>, provided they were accompanied
by a conveyance ot the road allowance on the North Boundary. Received an I plans to he approved, sub-
Ject  to receipt  ot free conveyance.
B.   M.  Carncross, C.   M.  C,  Surrey.
wrote   enclosing   copy    of    resolution
ipassed   hy   the   Municipal   council,   re-
Iquesting aid from the Provincial government tO open and Improve the Clover Valley road from the intetnatlon-
lal boundary at Hlaine. for a instance
of   ahout   nine   (9)   miles,  having  regard to action Of state of Washington,
;ln   proposing  to  huild   a  state   road
I south from the international boundary
and requesting tlie Indorsation of tie
the 1 ad to Pi  irtli  - t-eel and
D oad from city limits to   Bd-
road i" be re  oved lo within
len feel  i I  the lot  line       \t  piesent
i e Btand ing .,.; on   tiie
I   ���   tenders for the laying of side-1,
walks  wen     ecelved and  well  he let!
at a special meeting of the council to
be   held   on   the   14th    inst.   at    eight |
o'clock.
Board   of  Works   Report.
Resolved that  sidewalks he laid on
the following roads
1.    North   road  from  city  limits  to
Mr. McKee's lence. i
I    2.    Hamilton road from North road
to Cot'hing's house
3. Cameron road from North road
fifteen chains
4. Gunn road from North road to
Mr. Freeman Bunting's house.
Resolved that the location of these
sidewalks be left in the hands of
Councillors Coldicutt and McKee and
the Engineer.
6. Don. las toad from city limits to
school (Lakeview).
6,    Cumberland   road.   Seventh   avenue to Third avenue, i
i    7.   Third avenue from Cumberland
to Douglas.
S.    Sixth  street  from Third  Avenue
to Edmonds,
,    9.    Resolved  that   location  of  the���
sidewalks    he   left   In    the    hands     if
Hill. Coldicutt itnd the en-
Elgth   to   Ar-;
from Sixth to
to
c.
<ii:.iy clta    ;,  thence    south    eighty
6    east    eighty    chains,
v-  ��� i irth eighty chains to point of
��� at, containing f>4f> acres
Ittite or   i
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Vancouver, li. C, September 6, L910.
LAND  ACT.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
fogs, of Nelson Island, occupation
firmer, Intends to apply for penwfr
Ilon I icase the following ae-
Kf ibed lands: ,    ,. I and requesuu�� -.��, '-"--��. ,    Conn
Commencing    at   a   post    planted ���lirnahy  councl I.    B   erte    '0   .,
.bout   one   mile northeast   from ths cillors Hill and Coldicutt toregjrt.
head of Billings bay, and  about    40      The  report  of the   po
chin- easterly  from    the    southeast y, of Octol.oi   was  ^^e       .   .
- ,; timber lot   number    37:141   ,,���������,, put ^'S, ?hifthV p��"
Hence north   40  chains,  thence  eaat th6y f ere of the OjrtniontMTJ���P
Chains, thence    south     40 chains.'pnl  ..oUce^y-em -sj-^^.,,^,
thence west 4t) chains to
commencement, containing
ttdre or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND
Dated August 20. 1910.
point    of
160 acres
BAGGS.
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Notice a hereby gWen that the
V tet List for the year 1010 haa
keen completed ani that the same
' U be en at this office for thirty
cvs from the date hereof; and any
!��� ihall claim to he added to
' tew'  l.lst, or any elector
leeire to have any name
f ised efrom, must prefer hi* OT
1 la witting, signed with his
i   8,   and   shall    deliver    or
e si ie to be delivered to the City
d  the time  herein  before
���te
W.  A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
k's Office,  New  Westmln-
"er, B, C, October 13. L910.
that ii proper s��nnv vu	
when necessary by having a mounted
officer ln the municipality.
K. S Clarke reported that the well
at East Burnaby was down 183 feet
and that they had sixty feet of good
water In tho well, nnd that same was
now perfectly satisfactory. The report was received and ordered to he
spread on the minutes It wns resolved that a slmlllai contract be
made with the Vancouver Well Drilling company for boring water at the
Koyal Oak on property belonging to
Mr. Johnston.
Recommendations of the hoard of
works in regard to the work on tho
North Arm road, in regard to clearing
was not approved, and the adjustment I
of this matter was left In the hands
of the chairman of the hoard of works
land Councillor McGregor and the engineer with power to act.
Th.e engineer was Instructed ta re
grade the portion of Kdmonds street
and north of Douglas road, at a cos;
not to exceed $300
iommlttee'8  report   recom
Councillor
gineer.
lu     Wise   road   from
thur Wedge's, Edmonds
Vancouver road,
1 11 Vancouver road from limits
Edmonds, Royal flak road from ls.
E   H   to  Mr. Park's house.
il'.   Vancouver road from  Boundary
to Murchie.
'    13     Gulchon   road   from   Vancouver
toad to end of graded road.
14.    Jubilee   rotid   from    Nelson    to
South road.
IB.    Keefer    road    from    Vancouver
road to (irafton road.
16. Smith avenue from   Vancouver
road to Mr. MacDonald's house.
17. Moscrop road from Boundary to
Halley avenue.
IK.    Gray road from Jubilee to Victory,
19. Ilarnet    road    from    Bonn lary
road for one (1) mile east.
20. Mara   road.    Booth    road    and
Tentli avenue.
I Resolved that the tenders of Deer
Lake mill, Enterprise Saw & Planing
Mill. Koyal Planing mill. Small &
Bucklin and Brunette mills, be accepted.
Resolved that the tender ot H. Som-
ers for regradlng Pole Line road at
$1(1 per chain be accepted.
Johnston Road���Resolved   that   the
tender of T. Haddon for section 6 and ,
7  at  $30 and $28, and A.  Armstrong,
for section 8 at $-5 jer chain be accepted.
Paul Road���Resolved that the tender of H. Paul at $24 per chain be accepted.
Thorn Road���Resolved tbat tenders
be laid over nnd referred to the engineer and the reeve and the councillor for tbe ward. I
i Sixth Avenue���No tenders were received and the matter was referred to.
Councillor Coldicutt and the engineer
to grade where necessary
Bridge Street and
King Edward Avenue
Vancouver, B. C.
Harry T. Dcvine
begs to announce that he has received instructions from the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to sell by  -
PUBLIC AUCTION
Monday, November  21st, 1910, at 10 o'clock a.m.
In Pender Mall. Cor. Pencier and Howe Sts.
ABOUT 350 LOTS in that portion of District 526 bounded on the north by
20th Avenue, on the south by 25th Avenue, on the east by Ontario Street,
and on the west by Oak Street.
The following are the blocks and lots:
South Vancouver
1, 2, 6, B, U. 12. 15,
Block 681, lots
16,  ll��. 20,  29, 30.
Block 582. lots 5, 6, 9, 10, 13. 14, 21,
22, 25. 2ti. 29, 30, 35, 3��.
Block  583,  lots  .'!.  4,  11.  12,  15.  R
19, 20, 23, 24, 27. 28, 31. 32.
Block 584. lots 3. 4, 7, S. 11, 12, 19.
20, 23. 24. 27, 28, 31, 32.
Block fiOJ, lots 1, 2, 5, fi. 9. 10. 13,
14, 17. IS. 21, 22. 25. 2G, 29, 30.
Block 602   lots 3. 4, 7, 8, 13. 14. 17,
15, 21, 22, 25, 2fi, 29, 39, 35, 86.
Block fi03, lots 3, 4, 7, 8. 11. 12, 19,
20, 23. 24. 27, 28, 31. 32.
Block G04, lots 3   4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19,
20, 25. 2fi, 27, 28, 31, 32.
Block 621, lots 3, 4, 8, 9, 14, 15, IS,
19. 22, 23, 2fi, 27, 30, 31.
Block fi22, lots 5.
21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 30,
8, 11. 12, 17,
31,
8. 11. 12, 15,
23,
6,  13,  14,  17.  18,
35, 30.
Block (123   lots
IS, 23, 24, 27, 28
Block 1124, lots 1,
lfi,  19,  20, 23, 24, 29,  30.
Block  fifil   lots  5,  fi,  lfi.
28, 27.
Block fi��2, lots 1, 2, 5, fi, 9, 10,  13,
11   17. IS. 23. 24, 27, 28.
Block G63, lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15,
lfi.  21,  22,  25,  27.
Block ��64. lots 3,
lfi.  20.  23,  24.
Block 681, lots 1,
17. 20,  21,  24   25,
Block 682, lots 1,
lfi.  21, 22, 25,  26, 29, 30
Block 683, lots 3, 4, 7,
18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 27.
Block 684, lots 3, 5, fi,
lfi,  19,  20,  24,  25,  26.
���I. 7. S, 11, 12, 15,
2. fi. 7, 12, 13, lfi,
7.
I. .7,8,11,12, 15,
10, 11, 14, 15,
8, 11, 12, 15,
Point Grey
Block 580A, lots 1, 2, 4, 5.
Block 600A. lots 1, 2. 3, 6.
Block 620 A, lots 3, 6. 7, 11
Block 658, lots 1. 2, 3, 6. 13
12, 13.
14, 17.
18.   _^_^_^
Block fi59. lots 3, 4,
Block 660, lots 1, 2,
15   19. 20, 26, 29, 32.
13, 14. 17.
10, 11, 14,
Block B77, lots 3, 4
17, 18, 23, 24, 25.
Block 678, lots 3,
19.   20.
Block 679, lots 7,
20.
Block fi80, lots ?.,
28,  29, 33, 34.   ���
6. 9
7,
8. 9
8. 9
10, 13, 11,
10, 17, 18,
10, 13, 14, 19.
i
4, fi, 15, lfi, 20,
COAST
Take
 ��� . ~ ,    Finance   M��w��    ginWng fund
LAND DISTRICT  RANGE  2.  mendlng loans from ine ��� .()o)il.
������ '     to Mr. O'Neil and Mr. ��*** ���
���dThe ward   2   Ratepayers
tlon was requested to
to
- notice that I, William Robert
h[-'-*. of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
Wai eBtal > dealer, intend to apply for
Permission to lease 200 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at.
a Post planted st the east side of the
wttreme head of the north arm of
Dralney's Inlet, thence east 40 chains,
mence south 50 chains, theiice west
4,1 chains, thence north 50 chains to
of itnmmMiMmMt     Purpose for
ASYLUM Tfl BE BUILT FOR
SASKATCHEWAN PATIENTS
Province Will Take Care of Own Un-
fortunates   in   Future-Work
Is to Be  Rushed.
n    !���,    \'nv    13.���The   government
*tt��jX** wl" -sh the   ere*
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TCD|K  nF cALE:   One quarter cash, Balance 1, 2 and 3 years, interes
ZfSSJS   If the Purchasers desire to build, one house only to each lot,
DJix:r.s ss****** m b. ���******- *-
HARRY T. DEVINE, Townsite Agent, L
Auctioneer, R r C. P.
437 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B. t.
Tost
commencement.
Wllll'l> li Is required   quarrying.
" H.i.iAM ROBERT DICK.
��0_ld ^e �������. tter ha   been drag-
_... ._..-��� -       - .  'now'thelsi'ich short notice.   However, the prov
than anticipated.    However, mm ^h. , gcj J ,wwnn ���as p^mteed to
Slnpgro^d wS"Te Section1 of the I rushed.
The nrovinees however "do not seem tlon of the building, so that we can be
The l',0\ln^s; n��T ' ' |th 8Uch a expected to take over the care of the
SUTtf! WoSJbe ne5 to gU ��. from this province within ��
scheme, as ii wouiu rcspect on! reasonable time," he replied.
Bible to do anything ��J?^^peoc on | *        y- ^^  ^  ^
!
' i
1*1 I".      PCULL      (Ul UlVi      amibu      ��*����������      ......
v-.^ , tern>s: arranged with the owners of he
Battleford property   were   reasonable,   and   although a little difficulty had been en-
"How  about  the   proposition   that countered everything   had  been-  ar
Saskatchewan take over the care of  ranged to the satisfaction of all the
a  n,i��� nrnvince within parties concerned.
NOTICE.
M��n and
"is umlerB
^'i nni]
delivery
ifter October  1, 1M0,  we,
lgned,  will    sell  coal    for
'  either with the order or on
QILLEY  BROS., LTD.
J08HPH MAYERS,
BBLT1A ft CO.
^w��Sm"9%�� Vancouvor
weather. i-��frneted to
Th8 clerk wasI Uwtt    ^J        tl,e,, ,���
tl-eB.CR.R^       ,^,.PP(,  Third
remove ^'f^MM   I  H
STSSt of the lot line- pr B   the erection --.."--^^ ^ ^
���-��� "��� Sp8rllnv.BB"    een requeeted by .the ire8l^"".tl" \or which the prop-
- .0)1,d be neeoeu �� _ - t^^re at  Brandon   ha.   ^tt^ATo^!^ c^rne��__
^rZ^l   government  Jtttf^^ =     wJB^SS��S^
JSiSStSSS^ SSffi SXTSiTSt ^^^1^^^ thatJfc)nbir��veN0;ears a resident   here.
"5 BD ett0^ IZ 'at   BattleCd   for   5g acco.-odatlon for the patients for  The0^oS7n ��lon will be called'.died today
s���mcient   propetty   J   "*t Uer ^ ij P^vlnce8; *f '^^fp-ov U. on   o look  after them  until   such
the erection of an W*^ lBal.nlnK | wa9 niade that each of the twe> prov |��P Saskatchewan asylum   Is
inces, Alberta and . ^^Xi' completed. We have purchasel prop-
availing themselves of the Br^don co p rd and everyth,���g .,
insane  asylum   make, some, provlel n ���   ^                for a 8lart on the ei
Pulp Mill to Be Built.
Soo, Ont, Nov. 13.���The Lake Sup-
avalllng  themselves  or  u.��   ��-----��� I.tv"at Battleford, and everything w-erior corporation will build a miUlon- PAftE EIGHT.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY,   NOVEMD
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City News
1910.
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right nrices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
One of the horses at No. . flre hall
has become unfit for use and the department is trying out a new horse.
The city lire department tested several hundred feet of new lire hose
yesterday and found .it satisfactory
and ready for use.
Three drunks w _ e taken in by the
city police yesterday and will provide
grist for the legal mill'at the police
court this morning.
Now is the time to get spring
flowering bulbs from Davies, the Florist.    Phone R208. **
The  Ladies'   Aid  of    St.    Andrews
| Presbyterian  church  will   hold a sale;
of work in the lecture room on Tuesday afternoon and evenin. .
I
All the city churches are again holding evening services at  seven o'clock. |
instead  of seven-thirty, as  ha I  been
the case duiing the summer months.
Marriage Made Easy
Is Object of Paper
(Continued from Page Five.)
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
The   Local   Council   or   Women   will
assemble  in  the   Knights  of  Pythias
Hall at  3 p. m, today.    A  general re-
jquest to attend is issued to all members.
Captain and Mrs. Tanner entertained a number of friends at their home
on St. Andrews street on Saturday
night in honor of the captain's birthday.
NOW
\r} the  time  to buy  a
HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Our big ].inter stock is now in from
the best- makers We have them at
a low price and we have a kind
WE GUARANTEE, We have also
Combination as  well  as
FOUNTAIN
SYRINGES
It will pay you to look over our stock
of RUBBE8 GOODS on display in our
show  window.    Try  us for
Drugs
Spectacles
Photo Goods
Seeds
Dr. Spencer, of Vancouver, will address  a  meeting  in     Olivet    Baptist
church tonight at eight o'clock, on the
subject,   "The   War   Against   the   Sa- ���,
loon. Enlist." All heartily welcome. **
The equipment of the Hassam Paving company an ived by C. P. R. fro":
Vancouver  yesterday,  and   the    com-,
pany will be ready to start work on |
the Columbia street east improvements
at any time.
A start was made last week on the
erection of the new fire hall on the
corner of Eighth avenue and Thirteenth street. It is expected that it
will be ready for occupation some
lime in February or March.
A Frenchman who has been on psri-
jodic drunks in Burnaby iind wjio has
tftUSB. a disturbance of the peace ln
that municipality a couple of limes,
repeated the offence yesterday afternoon, hut before he could be apprehended he had crossed the boundary
line into this city. The police are
confident he will qualify for a rest
in the shadow of the city hall before
the week is over.
ed to the men who cannot suit themselves at home may amuse and interest the ladies under thirty. (This includes every lady of our acquaintance
and many we do not know):
No. nil.���Montreal, Que.
American physician���visiting Canada would like to meet English Canadian ladies. Would answer all letters and tell how he is.
A niost obliging man. We hope he
is well.
Here is a cryptic gem. Take a
guess:
Lawyer���from      ,"",     years     ��� ���
6 feet, weight 186 pds, fair witli
brown eyes. Loves all sweet and ladies can any one captivate his heart
try! Willing to render and be a good
husband.
Oh, Figure It out to suit yourself.
It is fitting that this one should
close the list:
An American undertaker who intends to be there by December 1st.
would like to get acquainted with ladies in view to marriage. Protestant
although has no objection to marry a
catholic and will never middle with
religious questions.
He's got a few days to spare before
"getting there," wherever that Is.
And so the list goes on. Many of
the notices appear in French and English, some printed in only one language. Those In the tongue with
which the editor of Tlie Correspondent is most familiar, are couched in
more correct language than the English speciments quoted above, but the
sentiments are equally noble.
The Public
Supply Stores
The regular monthly meeting of the
Anti-Tuberculosis society will be held
in the board oi trade rooms today at
half past two o'clock. As business of
importance is to be discussed, a representative  attendance  is  desired.
.centence imposing a fine of $50 on
William Collishaw, a Surrey farmer.
for allowing a fire to spread from his
(revises, made by Stipendiary Magistrate Pittendrlgh was quashed by an
order  issued    from    Supreme    Cou.'t
Chambers  Saturday  by  Mr,
Murphy,
Justice
Central scliool team defeated a St.
Louis college team by two goals in a
football game played at Queens parlf
on Saturday. The next fixture on
rhe league card is hetween the victoia
and Sapperton, which will t*ike place
on the same grounds at four o'clock
this afternoon.
Curtis Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
APVFRTtse  IM 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 Plun-bing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting. Cesspools,  Septic Tanks.  Etc.,   Etc.
GET
In the history of suicides the palm
for originality in the means of exit is
usually conceded to Americans, but
a   Hindu   at   Mission   City   on   Friday
] made a strong bid for the honors. He
had  become  Insane and  attempted to
'shuflle off this mortal coil by injecting himself bodily into the file box
of a locomotive Stan ling in the C. P.
R. yards.    His attempt, however, was
I frustrated by the  fireman,  who pulled
I him  out  before  lie  was    mme    than
i scorched.
What is probably a record price for
Colnmbia street frontage was obtained  last  week  when a local  syndicate
Isold sixty-six feet, west of the postofflce  for a sum in the neighborhood
pf $64,000. The property in question
Is known as the Blackie block an.l
has a depth ol lSQ*SB*t, running back
o Clarkson street. It is understood
it the purchaser.;, who are als >
1 ic i mi n, have bought for speculative reasons, and that no change will
be made in the tenancy in Cie fnean-
Itlme. Messrs Major K- Savage weie
agents in the transaction.
The rugby team of Columbian college on Saturday afternoon defe'ted
tlte Vancouver West End team by a
score of nine to nothing. The college
(bays played a ",reat game and at no
stage of the proceedings was their
line In danger. They lad the visitors
outplayed in every department of th'-1
^ame.
Davles Green Houses is tlie place to
[get bouquets, floral  designs, and    all
'rind* of cut floweis.   Phone K ~os **
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article cal! 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 | erfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Cadbury's Chocolates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed  for
T. A. MiliR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.    lil Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
���
���
���
���
���
���
���
Some Special Snaps
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
6 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First, to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane ut rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
*.*******+*** ********
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Emphatic Reductions in Prices of
TRIMMED
HATS
The order to reduce the prices on all colored trimmed hats and
tintrimmed .shapes comes at a tlmo when it will prove of advantage
to hundreds of women who have not purchased their winter hat.
About 100 colored hats and L50 colored shapes are all that remain
of our immense Btock. Today you can lune excellent choice���anl
note the reduced prices.
Three Special Tables
1st Table $4.50
One table of colored hats, in a complete range of colors, new shapes
and trimmings. Regular values up to $8.00. On sale today, each .
 "... .$4.50
2nd Table $6*50
A splendid range at this price, featuring all the newest ideas possible  in   hats.     Regular  values up to $10.00, On sale today, each $6.50
3rd Table $8.00
In these you will find some of the nicest models in pattern hats
shown this season. The newest shades are prominent���tones of
light and dark heliotrope, na\y, hrown, grey,, etc. Regular values
Up to $-12.60.    On sale today, clcIi    $8 00
The Christmas Showing
of Handkerchiefs
Now Ready
So many handkerchiefs the sold to customers who send them 10
friends at a distance. Tliey sl.tp Into a letter and nailed without
further trouble. We mention the arrival of our complete new Bl wk
and we make a claim, the proving of wliich will be easy. We know-
without a doubt that our Xmas Bhowing wi llbe' larger and more
varied  than  shown" by any  store In It. C.    We have here ban 1 made
I.ace Hankkerchiefa from Belgium, real Irish Dace Handkerchiefs
from Ireland, swis^ Embroidered I.lnen, hand embroidered an.l hand
made hue edges. All persona ly selected in the markets of Switzerland,  Belgium and Ireland.    Prices range from 2 tor 5c to 80c each.
All Untrimmed
Colored Shapes
at a Reduction
of 25 per cent.
Clioo.se   a   Bhap,   ;ln.|  |laVe |(
trimmed to your ori       .,.
n   prices
away   below    resul
trim.
"dugs,    a    flne
shapes from which
Warm and
Cosy Kimonas
Full  length and Bhort
In   wide   variety,    ft ,.  . ....
pearancc   sugge I
attractive are tl      ani
linish of the materials used
German Eiderdown in woolen
and cotton, the finish of which
is soft and fluffy, yel I rm and
substantial; Canadian Elder-
downs in heavy welgl and
light weight ducklin g fleece
cloths In many grades,
Full Length Kimonas, in ],|a|n
and fancy colors, with wide roll
over collars, turn back cuffs,
and heavy thick waisl i :
Si/es ,",4 to 4:'. Ba h $5.50 and
$6.60.
Misses'     Eiderdown      Ki rronas,
Each $3.75.
Cardinal,   sky,    mauve, ���
down    Kimonas.  Bize    i  lo 16
years, each   $3.76,
Women's   Shcrt   Kimonas,  Each
$1.50.
Two special cloths    m
into full    si/.el    Kimona    German  fleece an i Canadi in Gall
fleece Eiderdown; are i
in   nice  patterns and  atl
colors,  made  with  loose  fitting
hacks,  all   sizes,  ea :h   |
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
DID   YOU   EVER    CONSIDER
THE DIFFERENCE
In having your clothes cleaned
you are entitled to the best in
methods.
Get it by our process���the
diit and dust are removed from
the  fibre���NOT  PRESSED  IX.
The garment being thoroughly Bterl lzed is clean and whole-
some.
G.   F.  BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I
Issr^FrrnNGsl
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
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.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast ot
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
New Westminster
Columbia Street
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   DAILY   NEW.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
��1*,.K.)

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