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 port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ft 10
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5  Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOUME '
NUMBER 234.
N'EW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,  SATURDAY  MORNING,  NOVEMBER  B,  1910.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
Stai she bylav , <��� m ��� agree in ;me am
IS BADLY DEFEATED
flayers, By Majority of
243 Refuse To Alienate
Portion of Queens Park.
M  '
en !��'
tlie ���   ' ~"|ll!l
.i   in
..V'-ANIIFJI EASE
TROOPS Of BRSTAI
DESTROYED BY EIRE     AND PERSIA CLASH
VOTERS INFLUENCED DU
FALSE YASNS AND RUMORS
After Two and a  Half Hours' Deliber
ation, Foreman   Reports  Failure
to  Arrive at Finding.
��� ve waa the an
atepayers yester-
asked    by    the
favor   of   the
onsent being given  to thi
an(j one-half acret
Park    reserve  to the
pital for ii build-
new hospital?"
^"hundred and  forty-three more
gainst  the proposl-
ot. than      ���      - jj'-
llowing  Is the
y  tO
oncil:
Ouncll's
anting
.   .   juset
���val Columbian bos
ig slteB
���cm as glv
ti. lasl evening.
by
result   of the
Cit.   Clerk Dun-
oiled
West
Knd.
S
7,4
Sapperton.    Total
*?.
95
338
in
The  slandei     ca ���"    D illi j   vs
ban  finullj   cami   to an end   (as
Ea    as the preset : is coneei nt : i
i    erdi ;,    v. hen   I he
jury falle l to agree an I rep
thi ir finding I i idge II has nol
been anm need yei win hi oi aol
then v ill be a new trial The jury
over I wo and one half hours.
\: \ although there had been many
: ���   [de in the court  mom dui Ing the
- e  ol   the  t:lai  there   wen   -
one or two left when the finding was
ince l aboul se\ en o'clock In the
i \ enlng.
The case occupied the attention ol
the courl all day yesterdaj. the
i . .   taken up with the examination
of tbe  witnesses  tor the defence.
The ease was broughl by D. J.
Dalley, of Port Moody, against David
Mohahan, of tbe same place, for slander. .Monahan admitting having accused Dalley of certain actions of
which Dalley maintained he was entirely innocent.
Two cases remain to be tried today. Mrs. Florence Dewer is suing
the Timberland Lumber company for
damages for the removal of some
buildings which Imth she and the
company claimed. The other ease ls
Todd  vs.  Todd, an action  for divorce.
Six Hundred Patients Forced] Conflict Near Kishm Results
To Leave Brandon Insti- In Many Casualties-Ser-
tution During Snowstorm. I    ious Difficulties Feared.
Brandon, Man.. Nov. 4.���The Mani- Teheran.  Nov. 4.���A   pitched  battle
toba provincial asylum for the insane between an Invading force of English
?i    de    ��� ed b;  fire this evening, the troops, landed undei  cover of British
eing estimated at about $350,000. warships,   and   Persian-   soldiers,   oc
As far as can be learned al present curred   today   near    Kishm,   in    the
Opooncnts of  Bylaw  Defeated Yesterday  Used  Unfair  Mesne to  Secure   Victory.
EORH ASSOCIATION
EO DEVELOP VAEEEY
District Delegates Plan Concerted Action To Improve
British Columbia's Garden
all the       ��� ti    were rescu< fl,
straits   ol   Ormuz.
li
v���s  reported
The blaze was started by a woman [that many  were  killed  and  wounded
patienl playing with a b s    I matches ��n t""!l -;i-k's-   The commander  if the
which she had found in thi   kitchen.   British   cruiser  Proserpine ls  report-
There   were   six   hundred    patients I ed injured
FRENCHMAN   LOSES  SUIT
AGAINST   MILL   COMPANY
-.      2g_ 64 <Hi 443]
--.,  ��� tal number of voters    com-l
|ftent K   ��� e  the    franchise on i
. tlon  is in  tbe neighborhood
I and BO it  will  be seen  that \
���  them voted.
The number  was  about   what  was I
spend   by   those   conversant     with i
, situation  and   the  result   was  not'
jitirely un<     icted, although    those
posed to the scheme  had no
lea that  it  would  meet   with  such  a
nieral dis ipproval.
The ten spoiled ballots were those
oters instead of putting
cross te   the   "Yes"   or   "No"
| ��rote the word "yes"
��� ��� word "no."
\ ft eai ite   of   the   case   is
I r pei centage of the Sap-
.rton i-i ������     than of the West  End
joters i    ed I eii   \ otes for the new
a-  .,   ��� , be expected the ���te|b7fhrodore Therrou*
jkei ������    ,"���   hai    showed   the ,,-,.,,    ,    , , ,
,, . , "   H<i>ie to leave    his
Of  all  in *************a********^^*
��� \
���nine   i er cent,  of   the
ft went  in favor of the
' mi tern per   cr.t    in
i ��� l ovei  twelve i e:  i enl
rae West Kn i. I	
^ ." "   W-" * * ,elslN"ty hoarders at
ite  for   the   hospital   and   It   is
**mv:fi\ that  the old  one will bave
Jte used    Al  the time that it  was
���'I to build the new hospital a
CP ���    LlonS   to  the  piesent
��� forward and It was In
arduice with a desire to please the
' the  residents    that   the
w schei: e was broached.
under treatment at the institution. A
number of these were injured an l all
of  them   were  baiil;   scared  by  the
The conflict is expected by the diplomats here to result in serious difficulties between England, Germany
and   Fiance  over  Russia's attempt   to
flre.   To make matters worse a snow-l,obtata the port on the Indian ot,ean.
storm was raging at the time and the
unfortunates had to be herded in tbe
open for some time.
As the patients trooped out of tbe
burning building they created Indescribable   scenes,   the   shrieks   of   tlie
MBENT'oRE  BONDS  ARE
ATTRACTING   ATTENTION
One of the first legal cases in wbicli I
the French-Canadian workman at the
Fraser River mills have been Involv- '
ed was decided by Judge lloway. In
the county court yesterday morning,
when he dismissed a suit for $600
brought by Victor Qabry against the
Frasei   River Lumber company.
The plaintiff's story  was thai  during  Septembei   he  had   been  induced
and    Father
  situation   in
S ��� rooke, Quebec, to come out ami
tike charge of a boardtfif house ai
the Fraser River mills, it wsis stated
in liis ph.int that tl e company had
egfreed to provldfe a boarding house
and supply si Btove and cooking utensils, hesides guaranteeing flfty or
B per week.
Qabry could neither read nor write
anl it was shown by tbe evidence
taken that be must bave completely
misunderstood si cotitrsict be had signed and which Father O'Boyle swore
bad heen fully explained to him, it
could not be shown that the conn
had agreed ln any way to pro' i '
boarding house or even to i '
Qabry as coo kand Judge How.y
missed the case.
A. M. Whiteside, of Vancouver,
unfortunate women antl the cries and i
curses of the men mingling with the i
orders and commands of the guards
and keepers, who bad often to use
heroic measures to preserve a semblance of order. Several of the patients scattered, but it Is believed all
were rounded up and are again in
custody.
The inmates of the destroyed asylum have been temporarily quartered
in the armories, but their future disposition is a serious problem. No accommodation can be found at
asylum, as that place is already over
crowded.
A considerable Russian force, acting as workmen and also as police
along tbe line of the proposed Teheran railroad to the Persian gulf, is in
Persia and in the event of British suc-
! cess it is believed the czar wlll  sup
port the Persian cause.
Marines Were Landed.
According to more specific advices
the Proserpine landed marines several days ago at Lingah, wbicli is
across the straits of Ormuz from
Kishm Island, on tbe Persian gulf.
Blue jackets were landed today fo!-1
lowing an  attack on the marines by i
St long efforts were made yesterday
by  a   number  of  men   interested   In
the  n tentl m   of    Royi i    Colun I I
hospital at Sapperton to influence the
ratepayi pflrl   ularly    those resi I-
ing in Sapperton, against voting for
the (ranting of a portion of Que, . i
park as a site. False Btories and tbe
wildest rumors were diligently circu
lated, some of these being so preposterous ;ss to defeat their own ends,
while  others  were  more  feasible,
One of the false stories which was
made to work overtime was to the
effect that the site of the Royal Columbian hospital was to be acquired
by the St. Mary's hospital authorities, Ii"'
in tlie event of the bylaw carrying.
Another yam disposed of the land to
the B. C. E. R. company,
Included among tliose who    busied
themselves with the spreading of the
St. Mary's canard was S. B. Buchanan,
of  Sapperton.  who early   in   the  day
boasted  tbat on  the strength of this
assumption lie had headed fifteen vot-l
ers  towards the booths  with  the  in- j
tention  of opposing the  bylaw.    Mr,!
Buchanan later admitted that he had
only street rumors to go by, but this!
was considered  good    enough    while!
the  voting  was  in  progress  and  the
j fate of the bylaw was being decided.
An authoritative statement was ob-
As a result, of the meeting of the
di lei sites from the different districts
in the Fraser Valley held here yes-
terdaj is was unanimously decided
that federation wsis a good idea and
an organization to be known as tbe
Fraser Valley Progressive association
will he fully organized within a
month.
The meeting was fairly satisfactory,
but owing to the fact that many of
the delegates seemed to have confused ideas of what it had heen called
for   and   others   bad   no   instructions
m   the   bodies     they    represented,
less was accomplished than undoubtedly   will   be  when   there  is  another
meeting held  here on  December 0.
Outline of Scheme.
The outlines of the scheme were
set forth by C. H. S. Wade, who read
an address. Mis idea was to have an
organization which would take in
hand all Questions which affected the
Fraser Valley at large; such questions
as good roads, increased transportation and market facilities and kindred
subjects would be discussed and action would be taken on them..
The idea was considered good by
every one of the delegates pi esent
and there is no doubt that when the
Persian troops.   Tbe result of the bat-l^g ^.^"TtKSS SS I ?����**�� iS * T**" J***. " *"!
tie and the number of casualties was ^ J J^K.   had been entered toS * if^,*""* deve^"
Teheran this afternoon.. (nr thc. ���nr. hQa,no. ���F thc. ������0 ���f ,v,���;ot Ule ^alley.
Name  Hard to Choose.
For a time is seemed as if part of
no negotiations had been entered into
not known at Teheran this afternoon. I for the pn,.f.h;lsino- of the site of the
It was announced that England's ac- Royal   roi���mh)an  hospital,  and  that
seikiik tlon was taken ostensibly "to preserve no such  move was under contempla-
order in  tbe  British  sphere or  influ- tion    If it is decitled t0 POntlnue the
ence in Persia." I hospital,  the  present site  will
again
consideration
It was learned today on the highest j"be  ,^t tlizecl;   under  r.o
bail  past  nine  o'clock  tbe last  wing(an! w0rkng hand in hand instead ofl*��� ^^>TT^ i^S^-
took flre and all hope was abandoned.  a1 od(l8.    It ,R generally believed that ch��j��m��\J* ?~��Jl    site
The asylum was erected in 1899, ,,,, lion and the bear, who have jeal- ������" bu1 * 0K�� ,w which
but tbe wings have been added since QUSly watched ea.��� other's progress Ke seemsfto ben^ doubt J oS
thai time    Patients were under treat- iu _,ia   hav4 come to a secret asrree- .-   ,   V  , , ��      ,��
,���������,   ,-..������,     n   ,..,,,.    ���r    Mmrau ,\ ��� s        same S. B. Buchanan, who. on beha
men.   from   all   puts    of    Manitoba,\mw tor dividing Persia o{ Vancouver capitalists, h-ut made an
Chewan  and  Alberta. ( Russia   Needs   Seaport. lfler  of  $:o.000lfov  tho  seven  anl  fl
  Russia  needs Persia for a seaport balf acreg ftnd had suggested his own
I in Asia tbat is not Ice-bound.   Hereto- home at 8appertCn as a suitable site
fore diplomats in Asia have predicted I f0].   ,hp   mv.   ho8plta]i     His   o(Tei.  U)
I,
desire
between
appeal s
act-
LThe debet    ri   bonds which the city
���au- tt       ������ are greatly in demand
(Inane ���      ill  over the Dominion, i
I statement  made to >
bn  ��� bj  Mayor Lee yester-
Thi i   received a gresit many
'ers. but   His   Worship   deemed   '.t
"��� lem  aol  to divulge tbe figures
mill they  | ad   been   submitted   to  a
ill meeting ol the council.
"1 am simply deluged    with    tele-
Tarns.'" said Mayor Lee, showing thfl
lei"'":       ack of yellow papers.
"l tell you what, people are begln-
N to take notice of'New Westmin-
ntinin i llis Worship,   "Only
,i doctor from  Minne-
1 l�� paid   he city a visit and when
to Vancouver be told bis
flftiils tl,;,    :���   was  one  of  thn  nicest
as he had ever Been and he
: '��� ' n should not become
Ere ���
Vancou\ er,
pany.
for  the  defendant    com-
SCENtS OF SPLENDOR AT
OPENING OE PARLIAMENT
Fire  at  Gilbert   Plains. 	
Gilbert Plains, Man., Nov. 4.���A'conflicts over this
serious flre in the business section of Kngland and Russia. Now it
the city did damage amountiug to $5ti.'Russia sees an opportunity to attain
ooo tbis evening. The post office i>er objaet with the assistance of
block.   Lowe's   store   and   the   wooden   Gresit   Britain.
; buildings  adjoining,   were  totally  de-!    Germany, France and Austria, who
stroyed. June Jarge Interests in tlie trans-Per
sian   railroad, are  expected  to oppose
; England's action in  landing  men and
creating a  casus belli.    It  would  not
tbe situation, if Germany, France and
Austria should go to any length to
prevent the partition of the Shah's
domain.
Seeing that posts in Persist, on the
Gulf of Oman and the Arabian sea,
were open tbe year around, the czar
began the russiti cation of Persia.
Backed by his cossacks, lie established. Russian banks, Bchools, railroa Is,
churches and mercantile enterprises
in tlie principal cities and placed his
advisers close to tlie Persian throne.
Anglicizing Persia,
nd,   fearing   that   the   closely-
Guilty  of   Murder.
Ssin Francisco. Nov. 4.���A verdict of 'be "surprising, sav close observers
murder in  the  second  degree  wsis re- ***********^m
Iturned toda]   ..gainst   Robert   Thomn-
'!'" son   who wa* on trial for killing Eva
dis- ^^^^^^m
[Swann, whose body was found under
the floor of an unoccupied house some
ifBjjjjjjjjjj^ifjjjj^i^i^B^B^B^^^^^_   "e,-ks  sign.    The ease  had been
ed for the plaintiff and .   W   I ugh. ol  ,.,,.���,���,. f,���. Beve,al ,,.,���    The Jury
Legislature   of   New    Union
Africa   Formally   Opened   By
Duke   of   Connaught.
of   South
deliberated
minutes.
for
an   hour   and   twenty
step towards a union of the empire.
lie eulogized Lemieux's settlement of
the Asiatic difficulty in Canada.
Great   Effect of  Union.
Engl
Nov.   L-
AllStrallan Premier Fisher sai 1
nothing has occurred in the world's
history of recent time wbicli would
bave gresit er effect than the union of
South Allien. They now had flve nations willing to co-operate iti common
affairs, united by unseen bonds, to see influence
thai justice is done all people.
Lemieux    aroused    enthusiasm   bj
guarded Indian frontier iu Baluchistan and Afghanistan, with their famous mountain passes, the Khalbar
and the Felwar. might be menaced, be-
the  anglicizing  of that   par t
buy.  or  buy  and  trade,  was  not entertained.
Whether the refusal that met bis
offer bad anything to do with his activity yesterday or not Is a matter of
lor'nisn, but the fsicf remains that he
was one of the strongest opponents
!of the bylaw and that he boasted of
having influenced fifteen votes as a
starter.
To defeat a bylaw framed for the
betterment of conditions under wbicb
the sick and suffering can be properly cared for may be a matter of congratulation to some people, but when .
this is accomplished by the mean* |
adopted yesterday it is nothing to be
proud of.
WAITER IMPLICATES SELL
IN DYNAMITING OF TIMES
gan
of
George,   of   Great    ^^^^^^^^^
opened the flrit parliament o
union of South  Africa     ""'
sis
a
The
loliday
Terrible    Plague    of    Mice.
i    l'leisuit   Bay,   a
'��� miles   beyond   Chell-
'; : ���   ��� n   mutiiwest   of Cape
;" ' rlble plague of mice.
intrj  Bwarma with the
features.   The n I e lune
arrowed ^^^^^^^^
network
escorted   through
.liters
I litt
subterranean roads. Tbey
,"' le i met Ive   work  on   the
���V"'\x     'tog it as it stood lnthe;b-u-f^r
.       ��hen thai  was stored tbey at-
J " ��� rain,   and   the   forty   far-
C ed  oniy  seven  budllt 1 -
ev wtai ked  the  potatoes  and   the
enlng up the drills find
' ;    " 'l' .n the skins of the larger
I   " l the ground.    The mice
tj'J1 '���-' '   their   work   of    destruc-
ti,e '" : ���  woo is, and are stripping
tatsri ' ' ",p Baplings, and now
and n "   :i""M's-   rutting   clotbvs
��j "" ' ' ehold furniture. No rem-
.Ju s'-'"- T'ie people have been
,|1|(i!Ui Pita to entrap them, but In
i ,. ( ^i' Ids destroyed In tills way
\\a 1 " ��� be no absitenent ef the
|(li   ''    '   '  farmers are afraid to use
st,,,.,'.   ''"'   fear   of   polluting   tlte
tattled an| ,V('"S froni whlt'h theil"
their supply of water.
m        m -,_���    ,     .,.,,���  ,,.,|..   ,filils eloquent  speech,    lie sent  a  mes
Cane     own.  .Nov.  -t.��� I he  Duke  JI .    ,, ��,,...
Connaught,   repreaenUUve   of    King;|��W "��� l,!V K?pi��. !" Blltal�� via the
Britain,   today   tot-  ����������  ,  "  ^'" ''  f^ca, as In  Canada,
^^m - he said.  England  ia  gieat  and  gen
erous, knowing a brave government
makes Btaunch friends p> granting
equality of freedom and Belf-govern-
ment of the two races. Canada has
,, ��� ,,���,    been   wei led   Into one  by  good   will
"ie    pai - , ,      ,        . ra*.   .        i
'and   mutual   forbearance,     Obstacles
can  be as successfully  overcome   in
South Africa, wbicli is bound to play
a  brilliant  part  the  world luis   evt r
B^B^B^^^^^_     seen
_       ,    , , ,,      ,.,,     What is contemplated al the colon-
The kings representative wm clad |g g nen1 B6cretarv for
m  the  uniform ol   a   held   Inarshai. dotrlnlon8  wh08e omcla,  Bpokea
While K-a.llug bis spaech in the Ben- ^ ,_ ^ (.ommons (s to ,,p thp ,���,,
ate.     	
rnhna nf st.ile     Tbe speecu  ����.-,  >t..- , 	
11 .   . j ,,,.,, Tor some time
Persia within tlie British sphere of
^^^^^^^ Incidentally England
strengthened Iter position iu India.
Recently   Kngland notitied Pertia chai
nutlly
the new ^^^^^^
dav    was   observed
i througboui the union.
The    duke    was
streets  lined   with  tioops,  to
llan.ent house, weie be wns received
Viscount   Herberl  Oladstone, gov-
nerai.  General   Botha,   prime
ministi i.  and  the  governois   of  the
states  Of  the   UllioU
ernor-get
tmdergroud and exdavated a|^a""he cast over  the   l".'i:'on" ...',.'? imler.   This expansion
 speech was written by King (lunge,   it declared thai
the deal :i of Kins;  Kdwurd. his
himself    would    have
will   not   occur
lather,   Georgl^^^^
oi ened parliament.
The union comprises
Orange   River   colony,
Natal ^^^^^^^
ates.    Formerly   tli*'.v
by
the states of
^^^^^ Cape   t'olon.v,
rransvsisil and minor protector-
  were   govei ne.l
respective legislators and   federa
tions. Their affairs now will be In the
hands of the governor-general and the
parliament.
Nationalists   in
Power.
Nationalist  party la ln power
composed principally of voters
cent.     Lively  times
The
and is
Of   Hutch
prot:.ise 1
i,l,(1    th6    TboUu, is leader of the
between   the
The
tn V
��hn|
went
play  the
^^^^^^ _ressives,
patty.   Prom
Nationalists.
Radical  Nationalists are
leadership of General
favor    aggressive
are
Nationalists
or   English
Hon. Leir.ieux Praised.
London. Nov.   4. -A   correspondent
,,f  the  Times  at   Cape    Town.     S.   A..
slVs the lion. Rudolph Lemieux Is
unlversaly recognized as the ablest
and most distinguished of the del.'-
sates from other dominions, Pn
biems of race and language are always delicate subjects for discussion
Bt such gatherings as those which are
now taking place, but
succeeded in steering
tween more
'and an appearance
speeches are as admirable ln form as
they are In substance.
Edward    Githlan    Declares    He    Drew
Lots   to   Decide   Who   Would
Wreck  Building.
j^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Phoenix,   Ariz'.,   Nov.   ���!.���A    sensa-
order     were    maintained    it j tional story of tlie part he played in
the dynamiting of the Los Angeles-
Times wsis told hero by Edward Githlan, a waiter in a Chinese restaurant,
nt a Ssilvatlin Army meeting last
night, When arrested today Githlan
denied tlie truth of his story, declaring he was drunk at the time he maae
the statements.
Glthl.'ti declared he was one of
seven bllndfol led men who drew lots
In Los Angeles t:> determine who
would destroy the Tines building.
lie was one of the three selected,
The plan was to blow up the building
after th.e paper had gone tt) pi ess. but
before the hour set for the dynamiting had arrived an employee of the
Times touched Ihe wltes controlling
the explosive and the detonation followed.
In Los Angeles Githlan was known
by   the  name  of  King.     lie  is  heing
unless	
would invade tue country and res toi e
peace, charging the Persiafl government indemnity.
The threat was inside With the
knowledge that Persia would be unable to pay the indemnity, would suffer loss of customs houses and the result would be anenxation of a part of
Persian terrttory to the Britten
piie in  Asia,
Hi ltish forces, therefore, wei <
ed in putBuance ol this policy,
0111-
hind-
CZAR   NICHOLAS  CALLS
ON   EMPEROR   WILHELM
Potsdam, Germany, Nov. -t.���Emperor  Nlcnolas, of  Russia, accompanied
by his minister of foreign affairs and
a suite of fifty, arrived here today on
a wsit to Kaiser Wilhelm. The distinguished visitor was received by the'held by the police.
emperor,   the   princes  of    the     royal ���
family,   members  of  the  cabinet   and > .    . .
a distinguished gathering. Their    ma-      ,    Ambl*'��"s to Become Port.
... .  i    Gnlway,   Ireland,   Nov.  -(.���It   i
There  was  a  great  deal of discussion on the name which the new association would take.   The New Westminster   and   Fraser   Valley   Development  association   was   the    flrst  one
considered, but. it  was objected to on
the   grounds  that   New'  Westminster
was given too much prominence. Even
when  New  Westminster  was left out
the    word    development    seemed    to
stick.    It was claimed that the word.
had been used too much by tb^ promoters   of     questionable    investment
schemes to    have    place in the title
of such an organization.   The Fraser
Valley  Federation of  Commerce  was
^hen  suggested   and   the  choice  narrowed down to one between that name
and the Fraser Valley Progressive association, tbe  lutter being adopted.
It was decided that Vancouver should
be   represented   at   the   meeting   and
the secretary wns instructed to write
to the Vancouver board of trade asking  it   to   send   delegates.    This   will
'rob the association of Its identity as
being a Fraser Valley association, but
it seemed to be the unanimous opinion of the members that (he Tern:tnat
City should he represented.
Orgnnizjtion of Body.
N'o verv definite form of organization wi 3 decided hp6n, but some progress was na'de in that direction. The
honorary presidents shall consist of
all the dominion and provincial government members in the different districts, and the vice-presidents shall
be the mayors and reeves of all the
different municipalities included in
the organization.
The executive committee shall consist of the chief officers of the different local boards of trade and kindred
associations.    The general committee
shall consist, in the case of the rural
districts, of one member    from    the
board of trade, one from the unicipai
council and one from the agricultural
society,  and  In  the cities, one  member  from  the   council,  one  from  the
board  of trade  and  one from    some
other industrial organization.
I    From  tlie  start   the    meeting   was
quite enthusiastic  and  when  a  more
representative    meeting Is held    tbe
whole scheme  will  be put in proper
worklng order and ought to be effective about the first of next year.   The
delegates present all agreed to report
the  result  of  the  meeting to  the organization   they   represented.
The meeting started with Mayor
Lee In the chair and he male a few
short introductory remarks of welcome. Shortly after the commencc-
ent he was called away on important
business and Thomas Ladner too'; the
chair.
Delegates from Richmond and Soutli
Vancouver were to have been piesent
nnd they actually started to come,
but were delayed on the way and
could not get here until after the
meeting war, all over.
The  Men  present.
Tbe following is a list of those who
were present:     Reeve Byrne and  L.
Claude  Hill,  Burnaby;     H. Good! ind,
H. J.    Barber,    Chilliwack:     Charles
Lemieux   has
si   course   bo-
meaningless    optimism
of lecturing.    His
jes  es kissed repeatedly on  meeting.      ""';"'; ;   ",:_'       _        ...
, . . ��� ������; .������. ������,...Q,i ported that with n expenditure o
A sumptuous banquet wsis served ' * ... .
tonight in the new palace, a large1 WJ0 ^,t:"!p ������������ ��"( ,r;'7 f ���
number of dignitaries being present, ftlnntic shipping could be derived in Dyner, Joseph Cameron; Ralph Booth,
No speeches were made, the visit be-.the luvrbo'- at tllis P01'' Alfred Cole, Coquitlam; Thomas Lading Btrletlv non-political. I , . |ner- H- J- Lanning, Delta; W. S. Bed-
Socialists made demonstrations in lnb>'. K- A- Anderson, George E. Sel-
untoward Incidents WAGENDA  FOR  NEXT                             Mers. John    Smith.    John    J,    Smead,
 m~.a.    ^nuproru^ir   La ni lev;   R. C.  Abbott, D.  II.  Nortli-
under  the
llerzog.    They
tal    laws    and
In tlieir ef-
,������������������������������������������������
the streets, but no
marred the proceedings.
would  put
[-or-'il   Druggists   Lose.
,,   'unguis'   bowling   team
 __M -���'  ���   night   to    ,^^^___       ���
Can.   '    druSgists of that city.   The  with  Dr, Jameson
" '"-'' of the closest of the us premier
threaten to split tlie party ..
fort tn get them.   The Nationalists'I���
majority  is slender, nnd such a split
the Progressives in power,;
(he famous raider,
i
Westminster     men
 ^Mrr^rSg-
fig\ut��, XPW
Wnr     u< ln
Banks Consolidate.
Montreal. Nov. ���.���Negotiations which Have been going
on for some time between the
Royal Hunk of Canada and the
Hank of Hamilton have now
,-eacbed a stage which assures
the consolidation of these two
Institutions within the next six
months.
A
'lie last  frame hy five James
cessful they
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Haldane Flies.
London, Nov. 4.���Richard
Burton Haldane, secretary of
state for wnr, male u twenty
minute (rip in a military aeroplane at Aldershot this afternoon. Tbe minister expressed
himself as delighted with the
experience.
IMPERIAL  CONFERENCE   Langley!   R.
.    ..__ iCote, Mission;   J.  VV. McCallum.  Mat-
m
London, Nov. 4.���The following subjects are Included to the agenda of
next year's imperial conference: All-
Red route, penny postage within the
empire, proposal of thc Australian
government for a British state-owned
cable between Great Britain and Canada, and the laws of naturalization.
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Dr.  Hart  Dead.
Vancouver, Nov. 4.���Dr. Hart, a pioneer veterinary Burgeon of this city,
died tonight.
squi; D. J. Sullivan, It. T. Thrift. R.
D. Robinson. Surrey; M. W. Min-
thorne, Dr. J. H. Holmes, George
Small und C. H. S. Wade, New Westminster.
The publicity commissioner's address, outlining the whole scheme in
full, Is as follows:
Gentlemen���In welcoming here this
afternoon, the representatives of the
Fraser Valley, my only regret is, that
I have not the ability to express an
clearly   and   as   emphatically   as   T
(Continued on Page Flv��) 1
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER 5
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
TO KENT���ONE FRONT BEDROOM,
also side bedroom, very reasonable;
larye double brick house near
library, Agues street.
R|AL���1STATE!NEW K|NG Of SIAM
WAS HEIR WHILE GOOD
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD
Head Office        -       451  Columbia St
New  Westminster,   B. C.
Branch Office      -      ���      Kamloops, B.C
WANTED���By RELIABLE AND   EX-
ergetie man engagement in any position of trust or responsibility.
Bookkeeping and accounting, special .ualitications. Address Box G
this ollice.
CITY
SNAP
Lot facing Moody
Square.
Price
only
*,'
01
;   one-third  (
���ash;
bf
dance
6 to
12
ir
onths.
WANTED���TO BUY FROM OWNER
W or 6 room house within S blocks
of Catholic church: state price. Address A. P. W., The Daily News.
PORT MANN
TtN acres in section 27, block 5
north, range 2 west, adjoining the
townsite. Price $luu0 per acre; one-
quarter cash.
Almost Lost Seniority to
Succession Through Quarrel With Fellow Student.
WANTED���A CHILDREN'S NURSE
for four months. Apply Mrs- Dr
Jones. 4S Koyal avenue.
TEN
acres
in
section
35,
b
oc
*   5
nort
1. ran
ae 2
west.
Price
*
50
per
acre
one
thin
cash.
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, SITU-
atiou. as clerk in store. Address L.
S.. Daily News.
SIXTY acres on Townline
to townsite. Price $500
one-third casli. balance
three an.l four years.
WANTED���A YOUNG WOMAN AT
once; pood wages to the right pet-
son.    Apply Koyal City dye works.
EIGHTY acres on Yale road in
east quarter of section 24.
ship 2. Price $200 per acre;
cash.
north-
town-;
$5000 1
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
YV ANTED��� HOUSE K E B PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
SURREY
TEN icres cf gcod land, all under
cultivation . three quarters of a
mile from B. C. E. R. tram line.
Price $225 per acie; $500 cash, balance over six years. Don't miss
this. Kef. 325-A.
WANTED���A  G1KL  FOR  GENERAL,TWO  lots,
housework  and   plain  cooking.   Ap- j    cat   tine.
Third  avenue.
BURNABY
50x132 feet each, close to
Price    $400    each:    one-
balance over eighteen
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TifiKMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 279, City.
FOK SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, $700 per acre for
this month $1500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOR SALE���CASH REGISTER, 18
inches wide, double key board, flrst
class condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Reid, Columbia street, next to
tram office.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300,
balance $20 per month. Box W. S.,
Daily News^
70R SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern bouse on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars or 512 Fourth street, Ne~
S-'estminster, B. C,
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD
T. H. McCormick.
Manager Real   Estate Dept.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Fire,   Life,   Accident   and   Automobile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia Street.    Phone 680.
TO
LOAN
ROOMS
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, NEW-
ly furnished, first-class board; all
iiome cooking. Terms very reasonable, at 51. Agnes street.
TO  LET���FURNISHED  KOOM. COR-j
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.;
5��r.>l,y 71? Trew street
ROOM TO KENT���A comfortable iur-'
nished bedroom suitable for two'
gentlemen.   Apply at 2?,?, 8th St.
TQ    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
1   Jjcm   suitable  for  two.    Handy  to
.   5uaia<?*s section    Apnly 120 T. ntb
���ttreei      ���* -y*-~***.-~7r .-*at��, a*** *
$3000
To
Loan
On
City
Property
In consequence cf tbe death of the
King of Siam    recently    tbe    crown
prince. Somdetch Chowfa  Maha Vaji-
ravaudh,  ascends  the  throne.    He  is
thirty   years   of   age   and   was    proclaimed  crown   prince   in   IV1."".       He
road, close, will rule over a country with an area
per acre;: of about  200,000 sqpare  miles and .1
one, two, population of six and a quarter   mil-
! lions. Bangkok, the capital, has a
population of about  tun.nun.
Perhaps the most interesting thins
about the new king is that be was
only   beir   to   the   throne   during   bis
1 good behavior. As long as be preserved the traditions of Siam. as long
as be was diligent iu bis studies and
honorable in  life,  as  long  as  he did
; not do anything beneath tbe dignity of
ithe ci.nvn prince, and. last but niosi
important, as long as he pleased bis
father, the king, tbe young prince was
i regarded as the rightful and inevitable heir to tbe throne of Slam.   In all
I the world Prince Somdetch Chowfa
Maha Vajlravudh was probably the
onlv prince who owned his reversal
of the crown of his country solely to
his own good behavior, ln every otber country the eldest son of the king
succeeds to the throne. In Siam the
kins designates bis successor from
among bis sons. Usually the honor
is bestowed upon the eldest, and he is
known as the crown prince of Siam.
hut it is thoroughly well understood
that the king possesses tbe power of
bestowing the throne upon some other
of bis sons, and there have been
many instances in wbicb tbe king bas
carried out bis prerogative.
For this reason no one is particularly surprised at the fact that tbe
crown prince of Siam was a most exemplary young prince. He comported himself with a steadiness strange
to bis years in the giddiest capitals ot
Europe and in bis studies he eclipse 1
most of those who possessed the advantage of knowing the language and
kept himself constantly a leader ln
his classes. For nearly half a century it has been the custom of tbe
rulers of SJ run, as well as the official
aristocracy of the country to send
t'leir sor.s to England to be educated.
The hoys of royal blood are usually
provided  flflth  private  tutors,  though
the ere lit of all these Siamese lord-
lings that they at once lay aside tlieir
Oriental ways and adept themselves
to tlieir new environment, invariably
wearing the European dress and following the customs of the country in
every particular.
The young crown prince of Slam
was sent to England when a youngster and was there practically drop-]
ped into the midst of a big public
school to tind bis own level. The
change from the adulations of a palace to the position of the newest boy
in th.e lower form at Eton must have
been somewhat startling to him. It
is one of the traditions of Eton���and,
indeed, of all English public Bchools���
to absolutely ignore social rank. Many
members ol the royal families of England. Germany and other countries,
have been educated at Eton. Harrow
in- Charterhouse, but tbey got no consideration from their schoolmates because of their rank. In fact their
rank was often made a positive burden to them. At Eton they "ducked"
tlie Duke of Edinburgh because be
wanted to stand on his ducal dignity,
and at Harrow tliey tattooed the eldest sou ni the I'i ince of Wales with
the initials of the boy whose "fag"
he  was.
The Crown Prince of Siam, like a
sensible youngster, accepted things
as he fount tbem. took his place
among the other "fags" and learned to
consider himself a person of no particular importance to the school community. It is true that at tbis time
he was not officially recognized as
tbe Crown Prince of Slam, but be was
known as the eldest son of a king.
who had declared llis Intention of following the European custom in the i
matter of his successor. Later be
spent some time in Paris, and then,
having acquired a good conversational
acquaintance with both English and
French, be was sent back to bis country to go into training for the duties
which be would later have to perform.
It   is   said   that   the   young    prince
wished   ver.'   much   to   be   allowed   to
some of them liave been gent io EtOHf!
Harrow     or    Charterhouse.      Less6F
lights, such as the sons of prime ministers and court officials, are placed in I
charge  of "army coaches"���men  who '
prepare pupils for the army and navy
competitive   examinations.     It   is   to
finish  his education   in  England   or
France, but  King Cbulalongkorn considered him to valuable a personage
to be allowed run risks out of Siam. i
The Siamese embassy In London was'
directed to secure several of the most
highly   qualified   tutors   it   could   find j
who  were  to  be  asked   to   undertake
in Slam the further education of the1
prince.
When the credentials of these men i
hai beoa secured they were submitted, to the king. For some reason 1
Cbulalongkorn declln'-d to allow any 1
tutor to have anything to do with the'
teaching of bis son who was not a |
graduate in honors of the University
of Oxford. It did not matter how high-1
ly the degrees of'a Cambridge man
might be, he had absolutely no chance
of securing tbe much-coveted position of tutor to the Crown Prince
Siam.
Since that time the education of the
crown prince proceeded on tbe most
modern lines. For five years he remained
of  bis  own  country   as   well   as   the
languages and laws of others, for law
is one of the things ranked as an ab-
soluetly necessary  study  In  Siamese;
court   circles.     Every   young   Siamese'
of rank who bas boon sent to Europe
to study has been thoroughly instruct
ed in law,    Many of them bave been
admitted  to  the   bar   in   England   and
several are in practice there.    Al the
expiration of  five years. Prince  Sem-
detch  Chowfa   Maha   was  allowed   to
visit   Germany .and   France   with   liis;
tutors.    After   traveling    about    'for
some   time   he   became   a   student   at
Berlin and there, for the first time in
his life, became Involved in a  scan-'
dai.    The fact that it was not in the!
leasf the crown prince's fault did not j
avail  when  the  news reached  Siam,
and it   is Bald  thai   the prince   very |
nearly   lest   his   succession   to   t.:c
crown.
The tacts of the case wore thai ft
quarrelsome and intoxicated student
forced a quarrel upon the crown prince
absolutely without provocation. This
action was resented with the clenched
fist by one of the tutors accompanying tbe prince, and a garbled account I
of the affair soon became part of the
gossip of tin; cafes. Following tbe|
tibial course of such Btorles it gained
in detail while it lost in fact, until
there was in circulation a circumstantial story of a duel between the prince
and his fellow assailant, in which the
ciown prince was said to hue Im en
seriously wounded. This stoty, which
was entirely false, finally found its
wav into a foreign newspaper iind so
travelled to Slam, There It was believed, and it is siiid that the King
was, so incensed at the supposed conduct of bis heir that he determined 1.0
[bequeath the crown to his second s>m.
Investigation however, restored Chu-
alongkorn's confidence in bis eldeBt
son.
The new king is thirty years old,
and is about an Inch or so over five
feet in height. He has a clear, yel-
low-brown skin, with utter absence of
tlie high cheek bones supposed to be
characteristic of his race, ln fact, f
It were not for the stiff, black, Japan
ese character of bis hair and the cclor
of bis eyes, be would be taken for .1
Spaniard  or   Portuguese,
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.
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LABOR
DEMANDS
WEEKLY
A
DAY
OF    REST
Melbourne, Nov. 4.���Weekly rest-
day legislation is demanded by the
Labor party in the state of Victoria.
It is asked that workers should be
'entitled to one clear holiday out of
seven working days. Represented ns
have been made to the government
which has considered the matter carefully and lias decided to make an 65
perlment in the direction sought.
vt
Apostolic   Dele~-te.
R6Ti\e. Nov. 4.���Ar.hbisbop cf
Aquila has been appointed Apostolic
delegate fn Canada, succeeding Mgr,
Sbarettl, who has already returned
here.   Aquila is in Central Italy aboul
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready toopen a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such pec1'0
tne  facilities   of their
laage and strong
ing organization.
bank-
r
REMOVAL  SALE     1
TO LET-FL-RMSHED ROOMS -\P-1
3>T upstairs Trapp bloi*, corner j
goftyMa. treat and o.r .so* ������    iFire,
TO
BBfc.
KENT  -   FURNISHED
rooms.    IO?,  Third  avenue.
Wter �� p m. or between 9 a. m   ��� nd
'*��� P- m. ait' Room u   623
KELLINGTON BROS.
Life,   Accident   and   Automobile
Insurance.
Columbia  -a!l
Acritm\QttU8 NeriTijr-i Crow" Bank Building,
'       Colombia ftrcm,    Phone 680.
Chas. S. Richmond is compelled to move from his
old location and is offering 20 Per Cent. Discount
from the original low price,
i
��1TY   V/0TERS'   L.t^t
LOST��� BUNCH OF KEYS
1 lease return: ro the
office.
FINDER
Daily    News
Xotlce d. hrfrebv given
Voters' Lf* for the year
been eom.'l**d and that
mav be seerf M. this offlce
days  from the" Aate
N'OTICE.
NOTICE       TO
AGENTS���Ms
tbe Yale
teen   u
REAL       ESTATE
property   facinK   on
'and Town Line road's, nine
��>  acres,  bas   \)e4*n    w1rh
to***  from  the  market ^
*-.'��� O. P .ITTIHEV.
that    0W
.010   l*lM
ti.'e   b a in ��
fot   thirty
,-      hereof;   aivl any
[person who aha', jlalm to be addv'd to
who8ad.,V0;erS' &* or "�� ����*'tor
*ho shall  desire Stfi bave any  *Zi
erased therefrom, ,;i<wt ptefer hU fJ
ier request in wrltln^^ned wtt"ws
OT   her   name,  and   shaft)   deliver   ��
<������*  ��itnln ti,p time llWe(n bef<>.��
specified.
W. A.
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NEWSOME fi SONS
Pamters  Paperhangers
and Decoratbrr.
Estimates Gi
81* Sixth street
NEW  WESTMINSTPB
City  Clerk's Office,
���ster. B. C, October IB
DUNCA'N,
City Clerk,
.New   Westing.
1910.
'tven.
Phone Z57.
**   c
W. P. WHITE
*-  <tect and  Bui.ding  Constructor.
Specialist in steel   n0i���r
���rete and ModernUBuUdtal ^d ��01"
W��n.   Telephone " n .���    d,nB Cm***-*>
Room  n  Dominion'TPU���  b���i, ,
mew wESTM.N_TER',,ld,n*
NOTICE  TO  TENDERS.
ffi  lSj"2rV ln^"�� to .November
',J"' ,cr rl'e purchase of any of the
��,to*taS totg; Subdivisions 30
_'.- and 34, |ot8 4 am[
1 w.-itrii street, cfty
^tmfifa^
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.
"^���siness   Accounts   opened
oa favorable fe.rr.j,       ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETSI$48,OOO.O00
NEW   WESTMINSTt
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C.
White Star-Dominid
Canadian Service
FOR  MEN
Regular $25 Suit for . >./  .....; $20
Regular $20 Suit for  y    $16
Regular $15 Suit for ,,,... $12
Regular $10 Suit for v  ..     $8
Regular $7.50 Suit for     $6
Ions 30, 31
subdivision \]\
Boys' Winter Wearing Apparel
jp SAILINGS.
Nlr^tr��.(���Qu��b�������Liverpool'
Laurtntic   . . ,**���" '���'���'���
(New, triple ^cr��*
Canada  ���   '
Megantic	
Dominion  	
 Oct
141)2 tons'
 Nov. I
...Nov.'J
. Nov, ll
Portland-Halifax-Liverpoo
(Christmas Sailing*-'
urentlc
. lada   . .
Dec.'
e  Laurentic  and
White stnr steamers
most   modern   from
Megantic
..th elatfl
Cana<"f
to
\tes, berth reserva
tlons
1.10>.(90 _ 'Ults> now-
$8.00' M\ ts�� now ���
$7.50; Sbrito, now"
56.00 Su^H. now--
$8 00
$6.40
$6.40
$4.80
$5.00 Suits,   now ...,���.���.,.. $4.C0
$2.50 Suits,  now ���.���.���.���.���,.$2.00
$2.00 Suits,  now  .$1,60
EP|   -     -1ULET, Agent C.P.R'
Jff*f\    ETCHER, Agent G.
T.HLA    RKE< tiie
fflfl ISoconc
N.
Wall
Gardii
l   The
I office
be
will
liner & Ga-diner
<F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
R,K'm ��*��� w����tnHnster Trust Building
rwelfth street is for s,'lIf!. 1<e
" D. BOURKE.
Phone 661
New Westminster, B. C
on
Residence  Phone
''��� 1*. Morrison
Phone ��24.
Penmans Nb;. ��ly a,   '
Heavy weight. St &
Fleece lined , regu-lW
Underwear
wool underwear, regular $1.25, now, garment $i
wge, English manufacture, reg. $2.00, now.......' $i'.6(.
65c, now SOtv      All 50c underwear, now, garment 40c
GS
Make
>ne to
->ns La.
J- H. Taylor
BO CHONG
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Wio bus been in
in Van coiner for
lias opened up a
this    city.      Latest
made to order.
On W. Bufldins
LABOR AGENTS
s""i��i��ly bei]
attention   to
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.
of
all
every kind. Prompt
��'-<lers.     Contracts
New Westminster
the Tailor Business
a number of years,
similar business in
fasbions.      Suits
Fit guaranteed. Phone
�����i, or cull at Kwong
M7 Columbia street. "I
Trunks
A carload' of trunk?, ant. fa   velHng\^seS to ch6<W frofo at prices ranging from
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Street.
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^ ln ue New* TURDAY, NOVEMBER  5,  1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Rank of Montreal
Val    ,,,-mu.ISHED 1817.
ES
IABLISHED 1817
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
, ,9 throughout    Canada    and
Branc ,i|and   anu  in   London,  Eng-
Ne,fouiui ��   ^ CWoago and Spokane,
l��nd' .,,���i Mexico City. A general
l'-S'A"r business transacted. Let-
banKinfe    -j.. ig8lll>,,.   available   with
^pendents iu   all    parts of   the
*��'lll'<   a Bank Dapartment���Deposits
S.V,Tin sums of   .1  and upward,
reClinterest allowei at 3 per cent, per
au(il    iniese'it  rate).
aDDU  ,   i.sets  over   $186,000,000.00
Total   &��sl l��	
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
(;   d, BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
b'fflce
p. oue US-      Barn 'Fioue 1J7
Columbia Street.
pug_KH   delivered   promptly    "a
any part of tie city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM  DEPOT.
"To The
General Public"
TAKE   NOTICE.
;lii 1 get tbe best potatoes in
Only
one answer to that
city,
the
y.    Try
sack  or
When
the city
Question,
\V Hut' Cook, r.L'T Front street,
He bas nothing   but
!,.. -  es,   nice   and   mealy.
Prices O, K., by the
ton.
Don't for. et tbe address.
HATT COOK
The Potato Merchant  and Auctioneer.
527  Front  St..  New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
Port Mann
Ten acres fci section 21, range
2, at Jioiio; one-ciuaiter cash.
Twenty acres ln    secion
ran. e 2, at $1000;
cash.
For    subdivision,
moneymakers.
City Property
-0,
one-quarter
these
are
ots on Seventh
or double, well
���   Tins is a good
Firs!  class
avenue, Blngle
situated, 66x13
buy.
Good building lots on Eighth
avenue, ne;,:- Second Btreet. Enquire about tbis; theie is money
to lie made.
euses
We have a number of choice
houses lor sale from $1500, for
$250 cash, balance easv, to $12,-
iii,ii.
m-*JK*at-/7T*SB
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager,
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
t
PRISON CONGRESS ON   ; c       R c H
MODERN METHODS I services
BARON    ANTONELLI    A    SUICIDE.
Edmonton, Nov. .���"Kvery country
i" Europe," says Superintendent K. li.
Chadwick, who represented the prov-
Neapolitan   Noble   Found   Woman    He
Wished to Marry Was His Sister.
Home, Nov. 4.���Neapolitan society
has been shocked by the suicide of
Baron Mario de Antonelli, son of the
court chamberlain, of the late Kins
Francis, of Naples.
The   baron    fell   In   love    witli    bis
mother's housekeeper, Concetta Muzl,
a   beautiful   woman,   and   wished    to
I indicates that no copy has been turned | marry ber.    His mother opposed his
in by the pastor or otber responsible wishes,  and  finally  revealed   to  him
party.) that    Concetta    was    an    Illegitimate
  [daughter of his own  father by a lady
Iof  King  Francis' court.
p !    "i'he  despairing lover jumped from
:i window of his own palace.
DOCTORS FAILED.
RESTORED BY PERUNA.
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Delegates From Afar Talk    (Changes for tins column must i>e
left at, or telephoned to, this ofiice by
Of    Systems     Of     Dealing *��� P-m- ��" Fridays.    The omission of
anv church  notice from  tbis column
With Crime.
Novcmoer 5.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    Insurance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
HOSPITAL
Westminster IVrate Hospital.
Townsend t't Maternity
;;- ; non-contagious medical
accepted. Terma fiom
Sir, weekly. For further particulars   apply    t��    Hospital.    Tele-
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Wat&ei for Lartl.-B from |12./s
��P.
Silver  Watches,    gents'    open  fuce
16.00.
17.50 up
AL't'llt
R'a'rh-fl
Watch
Watches,  gents'  open    case,
for    Walt, am   and      Elgin
repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Dooib from Geo. Adams' Grocery
District of  New Westminster.
TAKE notice tbat I. William Robert
nick, of Vancouver, B, (,'.. occupation
teal estate dealer, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the toi
, described lan is:
Commencing at a post planted
'abou' twenty chains north from tlie
'. southwest corner of Timber Lease
18769, Texada Island, tlience west
eighty chains, tlience south ei. lity
chains, thence east eighty chains,
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing 6-W acres
more or less.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Vancouver, B. ('.. September ti, i' '.'>
LAND  ACT.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3��i  to 25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St..   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Braokman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight  ns follows:
'���' ��� New Westminster Tuesday
1        u and Saturday at 8 a, m.
Leaves chilliwack Wednesday, Fri
*aJ and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
Chain' easterly from tbe
corne- of timber lot number 371141,
tlience north 40 chains, tlience east
40 chains, tlience south 40 chains,
tlience west 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1010.
COA8T LAND  DISTRICT   RANGE 2.
Take Notice that I, William Robert
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
real estate dealer. Intend to apply for
permission to lease BOO acres of land
unded as follows: Commencing at
planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the bead
of Dralney's Inlet, thence north 100
chains, thence  west  50 chains, thence
B0Uth   100   chains,   thence   easl
chains to post of commencement
pose tor wbicb it l�� required
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK
Dated  September Vi'.tb. 1910
bo
i  post
mm
u
New Twin Screw
Steamship
PRINCE RUPERT"
' Tons���7000 Horsepower���320 Feet Long���18' .   Knots.
FROM    JOHNSON'S    WHARF.
VICTORIA and   BBATTLB,2:00 p. ni. Saturdays.
PRINCE RUPERT, 11:30 p.m. Mondays.
STEWART nnd QUEEN  CHARLOTTE JBI^NDJ^B-  ^ njj
fert  leaves   Prince  Rupert on arrival of S.  K ,      .   ,,    d
������wart, nnd for Queen Charlotee City, PbcoJi and Moresoy
?rt�� at lo-.oo p. m. Thursdays; and for Port Bimpson,
A
Si
1
Masset at
Solid     vestibule    trains     of
ctli��Uo,  Detroit,  London,   Hamilton,  Niagara
��"t��. Montreal,  Portland,  Boston, etc.    Longest douoie
unt|er one  management  on  the American continent.
H   r   o���. L  V. DRUCE,
���?;���ITH' , commercial Agent
r^l^^^'-^y^'L^L   Vancouver.    Telephone 3060.
10:00 p. in, Mondays/lays.
coaches and sleeping car. between
Falls,  New  York,   ior
track railway
r,'lephone 7100.    527 Granville Street,
G E
NERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP
LINES
Ince Of Alherta." sent    a delegate    to
Ithe    International     Prison   congress,
which was held al Washington, D. C.
"It was Interestin
faces or chine... and Japanese minis-
!' Ju Ij es, doctors of law and university professors trom Southern
Asia, South America, Africa and various islands of the ocean, and to
know that in the name of one- common Interest whi :h has for Its object
t! e uplifting of weak and erring humanity, they were assembled together.
"Reviewing the convention as a
whole, one is confronted with the
great advance not only in prison administration, but in penal law. The
experience of the past, has clearly
proven thai reformation Is the best.
deterrent along lines of crime. The
aim of prison workers today is to
educate tlie criminal to the point of
normal citizenship. And to do this
speedily and effectively he must be
; disarmed of Ids reslstence to reform
' measures much of which has been
.traced to liis conception and misinterpretation of the vindictive element
of punishment."
"The discovery of the application of
steam  to  locomotion   marked  a new
; era   in   tho  annals   of  crime.     Rapfel
j transit lias made it a matter of international  concern  to  meet  which  the
I International    Prison    congress    lias
I come  largely   Into   its  usefulness,  for
wlien   experienced   workers   and    re-
i formers are gathered together in tbe
j common effort to suppress, eradicate
and   prevent   crime,  the   problems  at
the very root of it are bound to come
up, and in the circle of such a vast
representation    be    discussed    from
every bearing and viewpoint.
"'What tire the courses of crime ?
is a question which, was given most
searching study for only In so far as
tbis is correctly diagnose! in the Individual ease and in its general effect
can we answer its sequel: How can
crime be prevented?' In such a con-
gress the various methods of dealing
with criminals in order to bring them
to tbe standard of self-sustaining and
law-abiding individuals, was freely
compared and discussed,
"The   great    majority   of    practical
owing j linking  people who form the back-
jbone of good citizenship in   civilized
countries   are   deeply   interested   not
only   in   the   prevention   of   ciime   i.i
young people, but ln protecting childhood from demoralizing Influence and
environment    But, strange to relate,
these matters are left almost entirely
In   the   hands  of  those  directly  associated  with  the prevention  and  punishment  of crime.    Tbe  members  rf
the   Prison   congress  at   Washington
were favored  with a  many-sided presentation of tl'.ese perplexing problems.
"Section   1.   of  the  congress,   dealt
with  criminal   law,  a  subject   which,
while wholly engrossing to those of a
legal turn of mind, is not without in-,
terest   to  the  majority   of   people  In
that It stands for various measures of
reform,    A   very   interesting   paper,
I'What   part   does   the   death    penalty
i play in tlie penal systems of various ,
countries'.''   and   tbe  discussions   following the same, brought out the fact |
a boat     40 I which is surprising to most of us, that ;
Russia   has   no   capital   punishment,;
Murderers and those whom  the finding of the Judge declares traitors are
alike condemned to Siberia's dreaded
mines, but their lives  are  not  taken
unless   such   sentence   be   passed   by
court-martial.       Among    other   iiues-
tlons which will give you the drift of
the  subject   matter  of  section   1. are
the   following:     'How   and   in    what
rn.nner may effect be given to penal
sentences  pronounced  by   foreign  tribunals,  especially   with   reference  to
habitual criminality and   legal   Incapacity?'   Thou   under   the   heading  Of
'Complicity,' 'What  are the methods
used  for  the  prevention  of  criminals
banding  together and  how are those
who organize and direct  crime under i
these  conditions  punished?'
"An entire section of tbo congress
waa devote l to 'Prevention,' and :1S
the general public lune power to enter into preventive measures by educating the children and lending thc,
helping band to the needy, then perhaps any organized body, this section
would bold the greatest amount of interest. Under ibis leading were re-]
spe.-lively taken up 'Probation,' 'Vagabondage.' 'Families of Prisoners' and
'Inebriates.'
I    "Probation bas been found to more
'effectually   meet   the  needs   of   the
weakling,  the  bordorlander  on  crime
and the first offender than any other
system.    We are often  face to   face
I with  the man  who neeos   the   sane.
wholesome advice of o clear-headed
friend and a warm handshake thrown
in. There is more tonic in It, and
more quick, genuine response then
when   the   heavy   band   of    the    law
' selzeB a man. Tbe delegates took up
the question, 'What is the duty of the
government toward the mun who is
too weak to take care of himself, and
| yet who is not u vindictive criminal?'
Following this came the matter of
protecting law-abiding citizens ' from
the criminal  who poses as a
' or a weakling of some description.
Excellent   nnd   exhaustive   were  the
j manv papers contributed on these
subjects, but  tbey all hinge I on the
] one great point that the soul of tbe
man. tbe inner life, must flrst be
touched before there could be any
definite hope of his being readlusted
to the requirements of citizenship.
"A very marked feature of this congress " concluded Superintendent
Clndwldc  ''wa*  the geheral   atmos-
Sunday
HOLY TRINITY ��� Rev. G.
d'Easum, M. A. rector, Rev. George
A. Ray, M. A., assistant curate. Celebration of Holy Communion at 8
a. m.; .Matins, holy communion and IMPERIAL
to look into tbe sermon at 11 a. m.; Sunday school at
2:30 p. m.; evensong and sermon at
7 p. m.
ST. .MARY'S, SAPPERTON���Service at T p iu. Bishop (le Pencier will
preach.
ST. PALL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. del). Owen, lector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.: Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.; prayer meet-
Ing on Wednesday a; 7::i(>. Morning:
"God's (are of IL;: People." livening:  "The Christian Ladder."
PARLIAMENT
ANNOUNCED    FOR
CHINA
Pekin, Nov. 4.���An official decree
was issue! today announcing that an
imperial parliament, tiie lirsr in the
history of China, would be convened
in  ihi".
Catarrh of the Lungs
Threatened Her Life*
Miss Ninette Farter, Braintree, Vermont, writes: "I have boen cured bj-
Peruna.
'���I bud several hemorrhages of th*
lungs. Tho doctors did not help di a,
much and wonld never have cured nw_
"I saw a testimonial in a Pernn*.
.Imanac of a case similar to mine, tucT
.' cuinmenccd using it.
"I. was not ablo to -wait on myself
when I began v.sing it. I gained verr
rlowly at first, but I could see that iL
"as helping me.
"Alter I had taken it a while I commenced to raise up a stringy, sticky
.ubstanco frjtn my lungs. This grew
Iogs Mid less iu quantity as I continued,
the treatment.
"I grcv more fleshy than T had been
for a lcr.2 Lime, and nuw I call luysoijf
wcia."
D  8
New Westminster Land District.
*~*" j trjet  of   New  Westminster.
^ i    Take notice    that John    Ferdinand
^lltaggs. of Nelson    Island,    occupation
farmer,  intends  to  apply  for  permis-
jslon to purchase  the    following    described binds:
Commencing    at   a    post   planted
'about   one    mile northeast    from tl.e
i head  of  Millings  bay,  and  about    4U | which is surprising to most of us
southeast
50
IMii-
quarry-
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. ('. \Y. Hrown B.D., pastor Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.', Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m. The Sacrament
of the Lord's Sup| er will be administered in the morning. Rev. Or. Sipprell, of Columbian college, will conduct the evening service.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m and 7:",0 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class at 2:30 p.m..
Evening subject: "The Trinai secret
of a Safe Going Life."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rev. E
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning service, 11 a.m.;
evening, 7:30 p.m.; Bible clas3 and
Sabbath school, 2:80 p.m.; Y. P. S. C.
E., Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting.
Wednesday. 8 p. m. Morning: "Tbe
Sin of the Sluggard." Evening: "Can
We Save Sunday?"
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bak.
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday scliool at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at eight o'clock. Morning subject.
"Things tbat Accompany Salvation."
Evening: "What Makes and What
Breaks a City."
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
Services at 11 a. m. and 7: :',0 p. m,
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Rev, Dr.
Mnekay. id' Westminster ball, Vancouver, will preach in the evening.
SAPPERTON    METHODIST��� Rev
E.   I).   Braden,   pastor.     Services     at
ll a.m. and 7:30 n.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epwoith League on Monday
at 8 p.m.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. F. S. Okell, B. A., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class meeting at lu a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday,
at S p. m. Prayer meeting. Wednesday at 8 p. Tn. Kev. j). W. Morgan,
a missionary from China, will preach
morning an 1 evening. Special singing by the choir.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN. Columbia street, Sapperton. Har- .
vest Thanksgiving services at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Uurnaby. Rev. Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor. Public worship, 11 a. tu. and 7:30 p. ni. Sunday
school,  2:30  p.   in.    Prayer  meeting,
i Tuesday,  7:30  p.  in.;   choir pructiee, '���
' Thursday, 7:30 p. in.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���I
Eighth street, between Third and
[Fourth avenues. Rev. C, S. McKinley, j
ipaator. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; service 11 n.m.; class meeting, 12 a.m.;
prayer Rervice. 7 p.m.: sermon 7:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer meeting,
Thursday 8 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday nt 8 p.m. Dundotial.1 school
bouse; Service nt 2 p.m. and Sunday-
school at S p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
CHURCH   OF   CHRIST���305    Dur-
ham.   Madison Wright, preacher, Suu-
jday   services,   11   a.m.   nnd     7   p.m.
iWeek day service, every day at 8 p.m.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school nt 10 a.m.
Church service at  11 a.m.
WEST     END     PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth    stieet.      Rev.    .lames    Reid,
B.A.,   pastor.     Public   worship   nt   11
s. m. and 7:30 p. in.    Sunday school
!at 2:30 p. m.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH.
Hospital street���Andrew Grieve, pastor. Morning service It a.m.; Sunday-
school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meeting Thursday 8 p.m.
GOSPEL 11 ALIr-Corner of Sixtli
avenue and Ninth street. Evangelist
J. J. Rouse wlll preach at 7 p.m.
E. N. Sutherland H. V. Ardagh
Sutherland & Ardagh
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agts.
Stocks  bought  and  sold  on  the Vancouver and Eastern  Exchanges.
Port Mann Specialists
Rooms  10  and   11,  Guichon   Blok, New Westminster.
Over  Annandale's  Store.
P. O. Box 522
Phone 817
just received a Sp\e"d'd Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    AU in the Newest Designs.
A. J. BIRTCH
The H/iite House 617 Columbia Street
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NEW GOODS THIS WEEK���
Over One Quarter Ton of Lcwney's Chocolates,
X Manicure Goods, Bird Seed, Hair Bruihts, Combs
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���   PHONE 57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE     J
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Coat
wcaccrs
P
'HI3 is Sweater Season and our sweater stock
is now at its best. We have the best mand.
Regulation styles and also a very strong range of
the new and popular Coat Sweaters.
Colors in Navy, Maroon, White Grey and
Green. Special values in Jaeger's and The Vancouver Knitting Company's goods.
MAURETANIA
STRIKES
ON   A   MUD
BAR
New  York,  Nov.   4���Tbe   Inbound
liner   Maurentiinia   is  lying  safely   at
her dock nfter an hour's delay In com-
ing through Ambrose channel, where j
piumer | tbe vessel struck on a mud bur. There \
were 787 cabin and Sir. steerage passengers on board.    The vessel finally .
got herself free  by  her own   steam, ',
backing off the bunk.    Sbo steamed
up the harbor without further mis-.
hap. I
Men's Coat Sweaters:
$1.50, $1.75, $2.50 to $5.00
Boys' Coat Sweaters:
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75 to $2.75
There are several months  of  sweater  weather
ahead and the choosing now is easy.
phere of hopefulness. That this hope
is well grounded in workable principles, the results of the next, few
years will unquestionably determine."
REID & CO.
The Store of Satisfaction fc.
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THE DAILV  NEWS.
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER .-
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publish-
tag Company, Limited, at their office.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
Paige Managing  D rector
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Ho me   Co mple te
a���ea
Do You Want a Home?
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SUCCESSORS    TO     LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST..   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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LOVERS OF TWEED SUITINGS
Should see the beautiful Bannockburn,
Harris and Scotch Tweeds displayed at
Galvin's Store.
THE CUTTING  AND  MAKING |
of our suits are recognized as the highest standard of art and workmanship.
We stand behind our work.
GALVIN, THE TAILOR
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
46 Lorne Street :: New Westminster'
SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER  5.  1010.
THE   HOSPITAL   SITt.
The decisive vote given agalnsl
tbe granting of a pari ol fcaeen's Park
for a site for tbe new hospital must
be taken tis an indication thai the
,,.,,��� te are against tbe using f pu li'
property for public utilities.
Were it not that the hospital i-:
badly In ne"d of funds to cany on
their necessary works, not bin. f irther
need be said on this matter, bul il
is now up to the i eople of New Westminster to provide such funds as will
enable the management to at once go
;,:, ad, and build on the site at their
command, an institution worthy cf the
city of New Westminster.
We understand that many thousands of dollars are ye<  required to
carry out tbe piesent plans, and fail- 	
ing the necessary amount, we    must ^ _ =
continue  as in the past, with an hos-  flame.    His nostrils were assailed by the  process  self-containing and elini-
pital utterly inadequate for our needs, .che sickly sweet fumes-of cai boh nio-llnates any necessity for coal.
\ grant made by tbe city for $30,000, noxide, a constituent of water gas.; In heating power the corn gas runs
is onlv a part of the sum required Then the idea came. Why was it not as high as 660 British thermal units
for a new building commensurate with I possible to produce for commercial without enrichment, while ordinary
ihe growth of the city, and this, to- use gas from straw? The more he gas is a hundred units less. Tbe
tether with tbe subscriptions already thought about it and the more lie ex- new gas can be produced, if the in-
promised leaves a deficit, on the lora-1 perimented the more evident it be- ventors are to be believed, at a cost
est estimate for the building required, came that he had found something that will make it possible to control
in the neighborhood of $100,000. j valuable.    Being sucn a simple propo-  the   industry   within   reasonable   dis-
We sincerelv trust that this amount I siticn. however, he feutej that pos- tance of the cob and straw supply.
will be readilv subscribed by the citi-'.-ibly it was au old Idea, nbnnBoned In truth, they would sell gas for BO
zens in order that Buch a worthy in-': before bis day.
stitution will be able to carry out its !     Business   called  him ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ilT.s without further delay. I within a short time, and-there be put  as  natural  gas  where the  latter  has
in every country hospitals are sup-'In several months deling in the to be piped any considerable distance.
ported by endowments, and where (scientific libraries of Oxford and Cam-' Wheat in the wes*. ls now very gen-
such endowments have proved inade-' bridge. Thorp, the great English erally threshed out in tbe open. The
quate, public subscriptions have sup- chemist, to whom be made known his'thresher goes out to the field, along
II t tbe deflciencv We had the op-! mission, assured him that it was some with the reaper, and separates the
portunity to endow our own hospital  thing new.    Returning to America, he grain from the chart ri. lit on thq spot.
ii-    ���.. n,    ���r,i   i'i  t'mr  now I consulted   with   Dr.   Chandler   of  Co- The  straw  is tossed  off to one siJe
Ly  a  public  giant, ana  u.i  i.i. i  nu,> .
remains to as is to provide the funds  lumbia.  one  of  tbe  greatest   agricul- in big piles by a column of air. oper-
necessary to Immediately go    ahead, !tu,al chemists.    Chandler declared at ated  through  a  stacker pipe.    Under
and In ild an hosiital according to the once that lle had 1;It uPon something the   new  process  the  gas  company'^
i w;,,���,i  -,r,,i ar.r*i*r*tt*A valuable,   and   in   his  enthusiasm   he baler  will  come along,  compress the
  - aided in  making elaborate laboratory  straw  into  small   bales  and  make it
MAKING     GAS     FROM      HUMBLE   tests.    They  proved to be successful,  ready for the farmer to haul to town
CORNCOBS. Mr.   Coutts   laid   before  capitalists  of and  get bis money.    Twenty  tons of
  Cleveland his discoveries.   They test- it can be put in the ordinary car, so
Or a Gilt Edge, Thoroughly Secured
Investment Backed by One of the
Strongest Financial Institutions in
Vancouver ?
THE CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS, LTD., owns and controls what ex-
perts declare to be the safest and most equitable plan of investment and home
building ever devised. It hr.s as its directors men known throughout the pre-
vince as honest and conservative operators with long records of successes
untarnished reputations back of them,
I
to    England
cents a thousand and make till  kinds
of money.   The cost is almost as low
We Build You a Hh me of Anv Size, in Any Location You May
Desire, Prov ^ed You Own Your Own Lot.
Through our home building ' system you can own a home without paying
big profits to others. You can select >'our own location, design your own
home, build on your own lot or an> ' y��u may select owned b>' the Company.
The stock of the Company is now sei 'HnS for $1-25 a share> Par value $L��0-
A  new use has been found for the
humble corncob and the pile of straw
in field or barnyard.    Experiment has :
re,ealed a method of transforming the
corncob into a coke that is hotter by
far  than that  obtained  from  Penns..-
ed  it   in  a  suburban   gas  plant with effective is the baling process.    Own-
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wonderful   success.    Then  thev   gave ers of tbe Coutts patents have secur-
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him $100,00b and told him to make an ed franchises for gas plants in West-
experiment   upon   a   large  'scale' and ern   Canada   and   the     Dakotas   in  a
under such conditions as would prove [dozen or more cities.    They  propose
or disprove its commercial value.
to  erect  others just as  fast  as  they
Manifestly, as straw, cobs and corn-'can.    They not only assert that they
Ivania coal.    A Cleveland chemist   at
Beatrioe,   Neb.,  ha3  proved  the  com-    ... .    . , ���,.,,..
stalks  were to be employed as  fuel, will inaugurate an era of cheap illum-
rr.ercial   value  of  an   invention   of  J.  ���  _���.  , .,.,������_,��� ,        ,  ,  .    _, I.
it  was advisable to get into yie een-  inating gas  for the  west,    but    that
EtaEBel Courts.    As a result the prob-:,.��� _, ,,     ���_���,���  ,   ,,    . -_!__-,.     *-.,
[ tre or the grain belt,, says;.ttna.'Hes- they
lfrm of gettin. cheap gas In a region
hundreds   of   miles   from   coal   mine3
can supply it for power and fuel
pertan.    This  led to the selection of purposes so cheaply as to make com-
Xebraska as the scene of experiment,  petition of gasoline and soft coal lm-
I
bai   been practically solved, says the Gra:n,neoUB gas is the scientific name potent or impossible
Brooklyn Eagle. 'for the product.   In common parlance I 	
1-  was Mr, Coutts' Innate love of a L 1:. corn gas     The proce38 of manu-'ECZEMA  CURE
���bonfire that   indirectly    led    him    to  tactUre    _    simple.     Practically   the
make what gas men say i.s certain to game  apparatus  as  is  used  for' ordi-;    To   all
revolutionize the  industry    in    tliose| nary   gas   making   is  employed
ROBERT KELLY, President. A- R- BAKER, Treasurer.
JOHN SIMMONS, Secretary. THOMAS TAYLOR,  Manager.
KELLINGTON   BROTHERS,  General   Agents,  New Westminster.
The Stock books are now open at the office ot   Kellington Bros, for the sale
of 30,000 shares, which have been allotted to New >Westminster.
The Canadian Home BuilJers, Ltd.
25 Hastings St., East, Vancouver.    Telephone No.    7846-
KELLINGTON   BROS.,   General Agents,   New  Westminster.
Teleph. one No- 6E0
NOTICE.
I
The Corporation of thc City of   New $
Westminster  has  deposited   with   the ���
Minister of  Public Works at  Ottawa J
and in the office of the  Registrar of *
Deeds for the District of New  West- J
WORTH   LIFE  ITSELF j minster.    British    Columbia,   at    New i
                                Westminster  plan  and  description  of ���
who    are     suffering     from , the   proposed   site   for   laying    steel
WATCH    REPAIRS I
Probably that watch oi you.s ia not giving you proper safHt.   ""''" 1
To,, hare had It in tbe repair shop, buf. while It la running   wII   ' "0t ���
���n accurately. .Tberea**, for distraction .to _��"��'_% \ �� \
I,
j,,. Eczema and other skin diseases it ls'p'pe   line  or   water   main   under   tho
*rr.--,rm ,r.^r.   frr.    ,v i ***m^--^--^--^-^-^-^-^^��� WORTH LIFE! ITSELF to know that Brunette   river   in   the   Province    of
na if,:. ,te from the coal gas sup-!3tead of shovelling coal Into the re- a Blmpie wash 0f Oil of Wlntergreen, British Columbia, and after one
ply and adjacent to the wheat and!torts bales of straw and cubs -are Thymol, and other carefully com- month from the first publication here-
.nnt-t, toir    ii,���._ii������ �����_.     ,.,.���' ' poutidod ingredients gives instant, and  of   wl"   ;'Pply   to   tbo   Governor
*om belr.   Something ov*r a jear ago|Junlpe(l i���.    At the beginning t!V6 re- ^B,tlve  reflef l0 tlult awftll  burnlng  Council  for  approval   thereof.
;
n
J'tntinnTin'^i '' ^   ^'Me or "olng good work or Is not co.
th���   to       a   nnnM W��^' "'" '" ""  P^babllity,   he   Is  gk'tOd   With   both 01
tne taints mentioned
w.^��Ttweeu f": te '" 9e,"rinK th��> services of a first elais
who wm . n �� '8.,!"'���-���' ':";irKe of ��"r watch ''i1'"'- wrk, A man
Tn   ��i rV��.'! ",e tn;  '   n regard to ,he condition of your watch,
and w repair it properly, md. ,s a consequence, it will' not only
i un. but keep accurate time.
be   va*   viriUng   a   friend   In   Canada.: ort  was  heated  with  coal,  but  after itch.
ti,   ,,:.���,,   ,���.,,,.,   .    ii���   .. _���,       ,,                                 ���                                .   . Vou   know  that  unless  you  do  get
1 I e   mend   owned   a   bi.    ranch.     He   *ht*   .nhs  were  fnunr   to  nroduce   bet- ,,  .  .         .,   .   .                                *,.
I .ne <-uoh  ��cil   louna  to  pioiuKe   uti renef  froln tlutt torturing agony,  life
'���;' I     ~r completed threshing, and the ter  coke,  the   use of coal  has  been is not worth living.
:���,!:   cl   straw   that   remained      , l0ntlnued.     When  the   retorts  get ���ept N   M> ,,, c,()lbn].ne Su Tf)1,,mi)
had  no market that  justified the ex-|wen   heated   the   gas   is   thrown   off, for a. free trial bottle of this wondei
Write     the     D.D.D.      Laboratories,
Dated  this  Third  day   of   October,
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN.
Clerk of the Municipal Council of Tbe
Corporation  of the   City   of   New
Westmln stei.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
Chamberlin's ,
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LAND   ACT.
ipntp r,f If.a-llnt' and  hnulinir     *Zr, lio'   miimbSm* ,.���   ,        ���    ,        > , ��� ful    Kczetlia   wash.     it   Is   called   the
Hu..   oi   ioa nnf.  anu  rui.iini-.    t-n, i.<-    'oliecteJ, purified ant   placed in reset'- .,.,.,    r, .  ,. ���, ���    ,
*sssssssss^ssssssssssssssss^ssssssssssssssss*s*s*s*ss*s*s*s*s*s*s__s*M D.D.D.
oirs or holders,    Thirty per cent, of drops  will  give you absolute and in-
Mr. Coutts was given the Job Mjthe original weight of the straw, cobs Btant relicf'   Tl'c-V wiu show -vo" ,,,:"
followed the usual custom of burning
It
lighting   the   straw   stack.     He   was
glad of the opportunity.    He noticed
that Immediately above the    burning
material    hovered   a    familiar    blue
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ chain*  easterly  from    tbe    scit!:'H
n��w iA/-.t^'  >.~   ,   "., ^-     . I corne- of timber lot    number   37341,
Wefm nster Land District.    Die-   thence   north   ....   chains,   thence  easl
trict  of  New  Westminster. : i0 (.Im|iks   tl|ence    fiolJtl,     ,:1 cha|nB,
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand I thence   west   40   chains   to   poinl    (,f
renders are invited up to November Baggs, of Nelson    island,   occupation j commencement, containing 160 acres
NOTICE   TO  TENDERS.
life is worth while, for your suffering  -,   igi'n �������"������*"��nV��vi_���� ��#�������'��_"*iT���  r.,.���Y���..   i��i����j."i   " ,"' , ' '.'":_ ��� 7*""
_..t^ ,l. ....... ...li  i, ,,....   ���'��� '���'"'��� I(" tne purcnase of any of the ittrmer, intends to apply for permis-  more or less
ir   stalks  remains  after   the   gas   is ceases with the Very flrBt application, fbllowingiots. Subdivisions 3o", 31,82'  sion to purchase the " following'"d
ixtracted and this is used to heat C.ie|f,ni lou, f,ee.lth:l\..[n. ,?�����?���_^._.S���Cri?; ii3 and 34. lots -i and 5, subdivision 11, so, Ibed lands:
tion you have at last found a cure. At   Twelfth street, city.
benches or feed the boilers.    This 'sU.ny  rate, you know you have instant |     Address  with  terms
about   enough  raw  material   to   make | relief.    Frank McKenzie, Druggist.        Daily News, City.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS,
Dated August 20, 1910.
Commencing   at   a   post   ninnt,,,!' ���
Ixecutor, care ahout   one   mile northeast,   from tl.e "
head   of   Hillings   bay,  and   about     4UI ADVERTISE   IN THE  DAILY NEWS.
r
mfPti &<���&*.-***'���
Fine apartment house site close : i
business district, S'.'JIOO; 5900 cash,
balance over il years,
W'e have s nro _>f the choicest lota
in the West Knd Indus; i i il district.
These will advance rapidly In value
from now on.   Easy terms arranged.
If you think of building a house or
a business block consult our extensive list of unimproved property 'in
the city and district.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
TO I.MASK���Fruit and Confectionery Stoie. bake oven on premises,
good location, on Columbia street.
good oi enlng for mnn of small means.
We bave some choice residential
sites in the new cement walk district
tit  very reasonable prices and terms,
Modern S ronm house close in. "!l
large lot with best beating and
plumbing;  $4.<!0n.    Good terms.
'^���"w^.-i SATURDAY.
NOVEMBER
1910.
THE L?AILY NEWS.
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PAGE FIVE.
SPORTS   form Association [    championship
^rU f        To Develop Vallej ROLLER SKATING RACE
jars**
SOCCER.
(Continued from Page One.)
pove"
ancl
Strangers  to   Hold   Prac
tics Game.
'���' , iii; this afternoon, when
���should
Monday Evening,   Nov.   7th
at the  Pythian   Roller   Rink
. .    ieens
Vcked team
of
local   kickers  win
with the regular
i , i ,   rim H    	
,  Rovers,      Tho    Rovers
ting Borne practice and
team  which   will    play
desire, the needs of closer association, nol merely of the residents
lass soccer is promised|0f this district, but also of every portion of this prolific province
If our deliberations result us I be
Ueve they will, iu making clearer to
each one of us the fact thai our Intel ei ts are largely Identical; thai I he
time has arrived when we must rust
away n purely selfish spirit, rise above
i' . mIo les, uud wurk together
for the prosperity of tlle community
us a whole, our meeting will lit- pro-
^^^^^^^^^^^^ this  uii.u
they a'1      |   .,.,,.,   wnici,   will    i
,  ,   |  vvill   lu*yp  f-oti'H pf  the
,.. tl e CW on Hi- line-up.
'" I ���  kickers us Collier, 	
c       ,.,���:. ��� Marshall,    Turner, ductlve of some good al least.
-���     "..        ...i others  will  be there|    m ,��� ,iosiro is to gel everj' man uud
Idicutt,
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ind
f���ii force.   Al the present time the i woman   to  think  for  themselves,   to
i   la\oi
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may
of  the
! I  red  shirts  which   n
.  e end of .his sous
will wear the old
30 o'clock
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A.
This
atrangei s   study the importanl topics of the day,
telling whal the Rov-  an(] v,hl.r,, possible to bring their In-
���I i e  Rovers  will   weai   ;;,. . ,,.,.   to   bear   upon   anj   body    if
v;'"   men ��ho ha\e is ln tie lr power to In-
son   Huence,   or   Improve    the    conditions
under which we live
Tl e citj ol Now Wei I minster b is
in yeai gone bj bi en somewhal
apathetic h may be, or, tori self-centered to extend that assistance :t
mlghl have done to the numerous
communities scattered throughout the
Fraser Valley, they on their pari realizing this luck of Interest, or sym-
pal hy, hu\ o noi Bought foi thai moral
'support to which l personally consider they are entitled from this city
���nrt tlieir opponents
B of the Rovers
"   '    W . . *   at
,    Beaton in charge ol  the
BASKETBALL.
Games to Be Played Here
jrour indoor
Afternoon  and   Evening.
lt   indoor  winter    sport
it unity today of wit-
>f basketball, If
JOHN BEATTY, Champon
of Vancouver Island, ard
CLARENCE HUFF, Champion of the Mainland.
Admission 10c
Fresh Eggs
Are High
HRB
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH,  SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
STOCK     PLAIN     AND
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box   13/
oppi
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four games o:
. rabid enough U, .- /-;,   ,
i     thai  is doing in thai
,.,    flr8|   evenl    is   between
presenting   St.   Louis  college
from  Sapper^-;
Preliminary   mile race,  Harry  Tl',.
to which a large proportion of their  vs. J, Scales, of Nanaln
produce   Is  consigned   tbelr   logical  ______________________
market center,
,   aggregation
scheduled
ii
tak?
,le __���  _____ ���   ____________
St     Louis    ct'1 .one al   two
;   e other "three games are
,    imblan^co'.'.ege during the even-
when Vancouver tennis will come
to tr)  conclusions with the 8tu-
The   first   match   will   lie   between teat     ol  girls, and while this
a tlie boys will be rigidly
hp   college    inter-
The tlaio Is ripe in my opinion, for mutual co-operation and development
if Now Westminster to do of  those-   matters  that  snail   extend
wer to assist the resi- our   combined   sphere   of    Influence,
districts to ex- promote   our   welfare,    increase    the
facilities, to enlarge their comfort ssn-l enlarge the prosperity of
the people c
,11 in their po
dents of the outlying
tend  their
mi
-over
.:���  ���'���
ls
population, and to promote ifceir agricultural and industrial development
To the people of the various municipalities I would say. that the prosperity of tlie city is of tho utmost Importance to them, for every new industry   within   its   limits,   every   new
all   those   whose  interests  are   iden-
tlfie l with the Praser Valley.
Should it be your pleasure to adopt
my suggestion, by forming "The New
Westminster and Fraser Valley Development Federation," you will lie
pioneers   in   a   movement   which
We have a shipment of
Ontario Fresh Eggs,
guaranteed to boil as
well as local Fresh
Eggs.
40c per dozen
Case Eggs, 3 doz. for $1
Contractors and
House Builders
e nave a full   line   of   tne   Best
ers   Hardware in tnis City.
w
Build
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
money.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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will
intellect.
,      leJ     Later   the
will  moot  the  Mount  Pleas
resident    means  a  large  expenditure  require   all   your   energies
for the necessaries of life and an in-  statesmanship   and   patient   perseygr-
creasing  market for  the  products  of  anee,  but one  which will  have  sue 1
SCHOOL   FOOTBALL.
Louis and Central  ftchoo's  Play a
Draw���Match   Thi.   Morning.
bere   wholesale   firms   are  ever  on   ley   known   throughout
for ctevelooment   and larger enterprise
:een.r    competition.    C    cot!    for  hands   for   consideration
ate* and better prices for the
ithe'TPfttCu        ^^^^^
' establishments 111 our
leave   the  subject   in   your
freight
purchaser.
FOR    POLITE    r��EDERS.
re-
a  public   school   football   league If this be ad'.''^1'*'' as ** Ufl8l��. li
��� iti rday, St. Loutecollege and mains for tills rep?'Wentfitiye body to
Central    school    played   ro a  draw, endeavors to formula"'? Rt,mG I,la" -Vf
���    side putting the hall into the which   we   shall   becom,��-    better    ue-
net. qualnted   with   each  oilier   individual-
"'  ' 'clock   this   morning  teams ly   and   witli   the  necessities   Of  every
esenting    Lord     Kelvin    and   St. community   enabling   us
will   meet   at   Moody    Square, the wisdom, tind executive
nappy uame should be seen
a? both  aggregations  nre    iii    good
���    ���     Tl e St.  Louis team  is as fol-
Goal, A. Swenceskl; full bucks,
Pitti ��� Irh h   Leonhardt:    half    backs.
\Y:  - .  :-. tn    I'   Tt allow.   A.   I.avalle;
\   Oulchon,  M.  Fitzgerald,
|\ Swenceskl. \V.  Mortison, A.  Nault.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
each distiict in the valley, so thut tl,'<?
recognized wants of any particular
locality shall have the moral and,
wherq necessary, tbe active support of
the combined municalitlea public
bodies, and individuals Interested in
the advancement of the lower mainland.
After considerable thought, and
much Investigation, I tind that there
are subjects of general importance,
which your municipal councils are un-
tackle   for   various   reasons.
Budapest to  Have a School for Train-
,        Diners to Eat Properly.
rn_ .
,                  .            ce.   the    ethics    of
(.aMi'ohoinl/'&��*      -nd a complete
.���   __  . knife, fork XM Spool.   .       ��� .������,. __ ,
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to combine system of pflWffcal phiu * '. ��� p,w.
ability, ����f li,e feeders, **e the pleat iu���ilu
ises oi the la.Vst educational . " Xj
tion. Krau H&fcer, of Budapest,
starte 1 it. Eaftfltf 03 a hue art is te
be taught in all Ut branches, and at
the end of eacli Upw the Qnlshfl
diners will receive diplomas.
Obviously, this new academy tends
to fill an aching vacancy. These
graces of the table, taught to some
extent in kindergartens, preparatory
schools,   boarding   schools,    etc..   are
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and^443
Sapperton      Phone 373
Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:   Adults, GOc;   children under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Ft eight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits  Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. *
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. ���
Sapperton   Llne^���20-minute   service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. J
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. *
\ B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. \
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difficult of acquisition for adults who
attended   such   institutions.
j MARKET
!  REPORT
FOR  QUICK  SALE
80 Acres Water Front Property, two and one half
miles east from PORT MANN. 2620 feet fronting
on Fraser River.   A very choice tract at a genuine
Price and terms given on application to the   _
m ������    -   ������      ���_���_ PPi    *���! .��� '    ���   ***********     i ��� *?*
t:nap.
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near Saklnaw   Lake,   thence  cast   60 [affecting the interests
e or less, tnence soutli 80 [bers In the broadest sense
chains more or  less, thence  west  40
more or less, thence north 40(sociation
chains, more or less, thence west 40
chains more or less, to the place of
������������:��� f'.t'*;-. cut. ,    ���
IAMBS   DAVIS   SMITH.
N>w Wclinln.ter. October 20, 1910. |nQt
capable   Of   taking   such    action    as
mav  i,e desirable In     any   matters,
whether local or others*, which is  ���;-������������ ^.-.^   ,inH   vet   be  ��<
!m *,, public ��ood; and ^WJ^g.ftrti  g  tUVng
1 confront*! with a dish of Lee cream
within thfl scope 0
ous aspects of refined eating. Tliey
pive no banquets���and it is fairly evi-
may be able to eat
bread an.l milk from,a blue bowl, or
even devour a sandwich at a picnic,
with all the graceful oomposuie of
lifelong   famjljari^   and   yet   be
confusion when
Tr,,,.. ......v.,...*.-..,    -.      uub   *v   ****      * m' , i pfinirUMieu     Willi     *a    mt^..    "���     	
JOHN  FERDINAND  HAOGS, Agent.  anv  existing  p'dMlO  organlzat on. '���',.. t0t)| ,|ial looks  like a  corpulent
I    ****.-     i     'MevMottment.      most   *���-.*��� -\w"1     ', Ums Uod��� nm nvor i,v
COAST  LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
c
The    word     "development."    most  ����" �� ***���"* 	
��� 'eet olive fork that hfta been run over by
of    such    an
Take notice that 1, William Robert
ylck, ol Vancouver,  B.C., occupation
"<al estate dealer, int����ld to apply for
|H*rmlsslon to lease 1!00 aerns of land
hounded as follows:    Commencing at
!l W��l Pi tnted at the east title of the
|,,x"*inc head of the north    arm    of
lr'it.v'. inlet, thence east 40 Mains.
"'����e south  BO  chains,  thence" *��st
v Chains, i hence north 50 chains" fo1
P�� rut commencement.   Purpose foY
���'l0't H is required, quarrying,
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
oselv expresses the ultimate obje..
assoclatlon-.he   word,a roaflrouer.^.^ ^^p^ l8
little real value.
^number of lustrate
the   word
federation" shows, that it Is not one
community    alone,
of
^^_^^_____________ _
market, but yesterday they were
brought in in gieat quantities ttlld
only the flrst class birds found buyers-
For the flrst time jh(^ y^ar game
was offered in considerable qnatuities.
There was* ft targe supply of duck.
...ct snipe on sale in the different
butcher stalls and ln one of them a
flne buck was offered for sale. Il
weighed about 150 pounds and was
brought in from Tynehead.
Of beef, lamb and mutton there was
a fair supply which all sold early ln
good  supply
actlne    uossihly  Utile rea. ����.u���.    It Oitt name and &]*���**_ day.    There  was a
tVut a number of  lustrate  the tools of a   hariquet. de-|an<l * Wr demand for veal, while a
���iu. ���,ot.   nnrnnae   and even warn!large quantity of pork
fro'ti seltlsh motives, out .i m,,*,,*. ���������
people spread over a wide area, whose  Scribe  their purpose,
ideas are identical, and  whose Inter- US,  whenever we lay out  this splen-
ests are co-existent. did array of silver in our own dining
New   Westminster   from   its    geog-  room, fo be sure to have a clean table-
leal situation, aa well as its com-1 cloth.    BOl custom forbids the rea ler
les. cannot longer ��f-   to clip thes*' details from the newspa-
-..   i..���,. .,���,! oorrv fhe clipping ln his poc-
OCCasion,    Such a
Interrupt conversa-
i ci)ininiinication.______________B ^'on  ana  ���""'"���'   L���� lunch   attention,
l therefore venture fo suggest thel while if" attempted sf��afthry under the
wldesnread league, for  tnr-'e there would be a decided da i-
rapnicat buubuuu, .a ��������	
mercial possibilities, cannot longer af-   to clip these neiaut
lord  to  overlook  the  districts within  Per and carry fhe t
Its range of lnfluencfl, and so closely  ket  to consult' on
atscHSlated  by  railway and steamboat   proceeding  would  i
tion   and  attract   tr
formation ot a
C'TY   VOTERS'   LIST.
condittefll existing In
get- of  upsetting  the glassware.
.   \'otl<_
1 tl'.
heen
'"av i���
-   hereby   given tliat   the
-���*���   for  the   year 1910   has
n"'���''leted   and   that the   same
wen al this offlce for thirty
s rioni the date hereof;   and any
he;
| or he.
Bon who shall claim to be added to
said Voters' 1,1st, or any elector
desire to have any name
must  prefer his or
l's],   B|
f'"so,i therefrom,
the sfutiv of the condition* exisu...  "��� " ^   ,.-,.;,���   Hoiker   Justly    observes,
the Fraser Valley, and the   "prove- ]mi)u,|.   ,.   so,.iou.       Especfally
ment of those conditions, ParUcuiany I, 0I10 mlgh,  add, f:;r   parents
a svsteiuatic scheme o1 road-btfliaing ^Qge cMldren have had the advau-
from west  t'o cast  of the   p1'^1"11- t.,c<>!, o( BUCh  Instruction   as' is   al-
througb the valley���the devizing or a read   0,���.lin.thlP.   VVe can compel the
scheme, *hioh shall protect  the tax- obedjence ���,- ,��������� children, within cer-
i ���net's and  fruitgrowers, as lar as pos- ^  ^^   )u)t  ���0,  ,,���,,,. re8pect; __
past   'osses   entanej ^  Boectacle  of  a  strong    man   or
^^^^^,^^^^_____l    was also dis
posed of. 	
Kggs yesterday reached their regular winter retail price of flve cents
each, while the wholesale price remained flve cents lower. The quantify of eggs seemed to be about as
great as usual, but it seem�� to be one
of the traditions of the country that
they should reach a prohibitive price
some tint* tu November and this year
was no exception to the rule.
Poultry of all kinds was offered in
!large quantities, bul  unless tbe birds
I were  in  excellent condition they  did j
Inot demand the attention of fne buyers.
Apples  were  good,  both  in supply,
demand and  price,  but   pears showed
a falling off in the demand, although
,i [there were plenty  offered  for sale.
#%��!.:_,    r\..
Movius Lund and Loan Co.
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A.
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SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westlwm Island and Way Ports
Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7: SO n.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE,*Manager
slble,  from   Ihe   ,	
largely by shipping their produce individually, and In small quantities
stout tremblingly attacking roast beef
with a salad fork is one to disturb the
requesl in writing, signed with his
,red to adn.it tint my sug-  fl|lu].ul,ent.,i   admiration   Iqttite  apart'
name, and  shall   deliver   or
tw Bame t0 he delivered to the City
'k within  the time  herein  before
'Peclfled
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
otlice. New Westmln-
loher IB, 1010.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
I am prop.,,,.	
gestions are open to criticism, and
will requite all the intellect and ex
ecutlve ability obtainable to carry out,
but 1 am satisfied that! everyone here
present will agree with me when I
state that In fruit alone, at least 30
per cent Of our product is wasted,
not. because of lack of quality
that the cost of transporta-
Intermediary
from love) in which we all naturally
wish our children to hold us. Yet
this danger is inseparable from a de-
mocracv. The spontaneous rise of t*e
parent, followed by the extraneous cultivation of the child, was bound even-
���e Krau lloiker's emOl-
the Tact,    ^^^^^
tlon,    and    expensive
make the producer unwilling
to  risk   sending  to  market   a   second-
e   quality   which,   however   much
ted  by the consumer
probably  result  in a loss fo the producer.
restriction that   I would
of this associa-
grar
approclat
I charge
     . endin.. _______________
All rnio.i v.   ~Z  t   r.::..,Y���  n,,at��.v   which,  howevei
Tfin_v lHh Hnd garbage must be
mro. t0 tl,p foot ��f Sixteenth
,1111,1 Fifth avenue, where It will
"���ne,! by the corporation. ,    _,,
KarbLPer80B or Per8��ni' wh�� rtl,mP     The ��      .he work
ii      ,  or ���*blft of any kind on Place upon the wore
��� ' otl":'' street or avenue or on any ton .��?-, "*   '^ t,.'" )0 put  into op-
.,,. hv tually to produc ^^^^^
lient academy, ln which the most
thoroughly self-made man can somewhat improve himself.���Llpplncolt's
Magazine.
would   NOTICE      REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
*��'   be
"Ulon
"acanl   lot
or
public   property  should  its
***���*****&*��* H���vsa ,����.?
" Dialer. a    i    riii'Anr'c       I llntreutUI V
Prosecutefl
City li
'���"'��� June 13, 1910,
S. ,T. PKAUCK,    ,
Sanitary Inspector, fthe oniec
honors.     In
strictly con
ts of the association shall be
lined within the limits of
All   re-sons  "slnir Columbia  street
for vehicle traffic of nny kind are re
rcumBtan.es | quested to keep to the left hand side
of tbe cor track while proceeding ln
either direction.
Bv order,
J. A. ItENNIF.
Acting Cltv Clerk.
City Hall. August 12, 1010.
Official Quotations.
Beef, fore inarters. per lb..
Beef, hindquarters, per lb..
Veal, large, per 11)	
Lamb,   per   Ib	
Mutton,  per lh	
Yoal, medium, per lb
Pork, prime, per lh
Eg��s,' wholesale,  pet
Kggs, retail, per do/.
Mutter, wholesale   , .
ltutteV, rotltil	
Cbiekehs, pur doz
Fowl, per do/.
Ducks, per dt ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Potatoes, new, per ton    $23
Cabbage, per lh 2c
Carrots, s. ek  80c
Parsnips,   sack'    75c
Beets    .- .liOt)
Turnips    75c
7 to 8c
8 to 9c
.8 to 9c
 ...t4c
 t>
 11'4 to 12c
....12 to 12V_e
do/......... .55c
 title
 SO'to 36c
 35 to'40c
...$��.50 to $7.00
live   $7 to $10
..$15
oppose,   any
other  words,
Try a "Want" ad In The News   B
will bring results. **
Tnke the round' trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday.' Steamer Transfer
leaves Brnckman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Ueturn fare SO cents. **
NOW
!* the time to take out an accident or Illness policy with the Railway
Passengers' Assurance Company of London. The rates are very
reasonable! ,
See mo today about a policy In this reliable company.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 \m\
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 5,
BELGIAN DOG* EARN
$9,000,000, A YEAR
An Interesting Exhibition of
Draught Canines Who
Serve Their Country.
A very interesting show of dra'ght
dogs has been held at Brussels, where
over a hundred animals awaited tbe
judges, 'be other 400 entered being
kept at home by the exigencies of
their business, tlie conveyance of
milk, vegetables, fruit, laundry work,
bread and small joints, wbicli is just
now at its height.
The Belgian dogs earned for their
country in one year ��1,800,000, according to statistics taken ten years
ago. Tbis was at the rate of a franc
a day. the dogs at thai time numbering 150,000. These figures must have
increased greatly, says The London
Evening Standard, for it was then that
the club of the Belgian Draught Dog
was formed, with Comie de Wommer-
.on as president, who. with M. Reoul
'/mo. technlc professor of the State
Veterinary Scliool, was charged by
the government to draw up a report
on the subject, with tlie result that
the class of dog to be used, as well as
liis Treatment in all its branches, was
placed   under   police   patrol.
Clubs and syndicates were forme.l
all over the country to revive an old
breed of Belgian dog known as a
"matin." which is tall, strong, of
smooth, short hair, and extremely
muscular, and shows have been frequent ly held to encourage better food
and treatment much like the donkey-
shows held jn Kngland. The dog replaces the donkey in Belgium, which
is seldom seen, for the former costs
less to keep aj. d to shelter, and serves
as a guard for house ad goods.
A splendid el a. fr of dog is now becoming general, wliich not only renders untold services an times of peace,
but is to be enlisted jn time of war;
for a group of French officers were
present at the Brussfls thow express
ly to watch the weight tests with a
view to the use of the dogs to transport ammunition to outlying companies, tlie smaller carts being less likely to be seen by the enemy than service wagons. Moreover, it would allow of an eafier distribution of ammunition, while dog carts could travel quicker and over roads impossible
for horses or motor ears.
For the use of drawing litters for
the wounded they again promise to be
j useful both on battlefields and in lirst
aid in stieets. Tbey would also aid
scouting, since tbey serve the customs officers who guard the frontiers!
by belpiu. tbem to attain a spool In
running after offenders (the man being actually towed by the dog, whom!
he holds by a stout chain l. and 10
scale difficult  anl  fatiguing heights.
At the Brussels show the dogs were
first judged for points, tlie requirements being a compact build, with
great strength. They were divided,
roughly speaking, into two classes, the
lighter dogs of great spec 1 being for
use in Hat. level districts, ami the
stronger, heavier dogs for billy, mountainous neighborhoods. It has been
argued tbat the dog is not suited for
traction owing to the make ol his fee;,
but against that is placed the argument tbat many thousands of human
beings   go  barefoot.
It is evident that it is not to an
owner's advantage to ill-treat or overwork tbe dog. wbicli Is bis breadwinner, and costs a good deal to buy.
While most of those shown weie
marked "not for sale." the price of a
good, full-grown dog may run up to
620 tind over. Iu color they are
.brown to fawn and black, and it is
against the law to use any dogs for
traction (such as poodles, etc.l, except of the class prescribed.
The demonstrations of the traction
powers of the dogs were very surprising, the ground chosen being sandy,
uneven and rough, with a slight rise.
There were two casses, for males and
females, a light cart, being loaded
with sacks to different weights. With
Ci2i* pounds most of the dogs entered
did the test easily at 704 pounds several accomplished if. while Due, a fine
black dog. four years old, who, unlike
'many of the competitors, could boast
no pedigree, took the load around with
ease, barking defiance at a rival as he
ran.
Dogs have drawn over ten hundred
weight, and the champion. Dragon 111,
who was absent through a foreign engagement, has a record of fourteen
hundredweight, or more than twice as
much as Due's record. It must be remembered that in the ordinary way
the owner helps the dog by pushing
the car when a heavy load Is carried,
inn tills was not permitted at the
I show.
19lo,
DISPERSES    FORTUNE.
A HAIR FROM THE
PROPHET'S BEARD
Memphis Man Leaves $200,000 to Ball
players,  Nurses, Cooks, and  Others.
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 4.���Baseball
players, deputy sheriffs, the nurses
who cared for bim. tlie cook who made
his broth during his last illness and
personal friends will divide an estate
valued at $200,000, left by the death
of E. .1. Halley. merchant, unless contest is made of tlie will.
Halley succumbed ni a local hospital following a continued celebration, according to physicians in attendance, who attributed liis sudden
ending to alcoholism, which produced
beat t   failure.
Halley recently came into posse<-
sion of tbe estate of his foster mother,
Mis. Joanna Madden, who died several weeks ago, leaving gol 1, silver,
and currency bidden at tlie home behind pictures, under carpets, and in
I various places. Ile used a squad of
: police to escort the money to a local
bank, and shortly afterwards left to
tour Europe, taking with him a companion, He cut bis trip short and returned to Memphis recently.
His friends became alarmed at bis
actions, following his continued dis-
sipation. and placed hlm In the hospital, where he died. He had never i
been ill before, according to bis
friends.
According to the will, dictated
shortly before his death, and witnessed by Dr. A. B. Williams, of the hos-1
pital staff, and others. Halley bequeathed a lump sum of $^0,000 to Fdward Hurlburt, a baseball player. Oth-1
lr favored playei's, mostly lienor
leaguers,were remembered with smaller sums. To the cook at the hospital.
whom he had never seen, he left
$5,000. Deputy Sheriff Palmer was
bequeathed $20,000, and there were
bequests of smaller amounts to other
friends in  Memphis. i
At   the   Opera   house   on   Tuesday,
November  8,   for  one  night,  will   be
seen Billy   1 Single)  Clifford, the well-
known  couiediail,  in  a  brand-t)ew   vehicle   this   season,   called   "The   Girl,
the Man and the Game."    This piece,
wliich is a lane in two acts, with musical   trimmings,   gives    Mr.   Clifford
one of tbe best opportunities for high-
class fun-making, of ills long and brilliant career.    Not only does the chief
ride   provide   Mr.   Clifford   with   many
ludicrous     situations    in     which     lie.
shines  brilliantly,  but   lt   also  allows'
bim numerous good songs of the mc-!
lodious  kind   that   are  so  dear  to  the
public, I
'llie   Story   in   short,   deals   with    ai
young   man   who   has   an   eccentric
uncle, who travels most of the time.
Among other things, this same uncle
r, ems to think it it  the duty of   bis,
nephew to wed and settle down.   The
young man  has different   ideas, however, but  in order to get  money from
bis odd relative, writes thai he is married and  litis one child.    This Is all
very well until the uncle takes it into Ids head to come home and see his
nephew  and   his  family.      Then  the
young  man  is  forced  to borrow  tho
wife of his friend. Dr. Merry, and he
also lias to go out and borrow a child,
and ihe deception is carried on for a
time,   with    great    fun.        Finally    the
young man extricates himself from a
verj  bad predicament;  weds Dorothy,
the young girl be has been wooing for
some lime, anl everything ends happily for everybody.
lulling the recital of the story there'
are numerous good songs offered by
Mr. Clifford, and among these may be
mentioned: "I Can't Miss That Ball
Game," "I'll Be With You In Honeysuckle Time." "A Twig of Shamrock."
"Has Anybody Got a Kiss to Spare?"
"That Was All���Nothing More," "Italian Love," "How'd You Like to Marry
Me?" "Moon Talk." "Meet Me To-
ni. lit in Dreamland," "That Dreamy
Hag" tind others.
The cast in support of Mr. Clifford
includes the following well-known
and popular players: Adele Archer,
.lack Tralnor, Hazel Swanson, Bud
Braman. Hose von Tilzer and La
Journe. The production is brand-
new, and bas many unique and novel
features, and the offering Is attractive in every way.
Constantinople, Nov. -I.���Sheikh Ahmed Asirl-Zade will shortly leave Con-
statinople for Central Asia, bearing
with him no less holy a relic than a
"Luhyari-Sherif"���1. e., a hair from
the beard of the prophet, presented
him by the Sultan himself. The
Sheikh, who is a Moslem of Tripoli
in Syria, arrive I in Constantinople 11
j few months ago to congratulate his
imperial majesty on the establishment
of a constitutional regime in Turkey,
(lie claims to represent 30,000,000 Moslems of Russian and Chinese, Turkes-
'tan. Mongolia and China. In view of
:tbe activity wliich has been manifest-
led of  late  years by  Moslem agents  in
I Chinese Central Asia, and of the attention now being paid by the "Jeune
Tut'o"  and   tbe  "(Ismaliishchor   Lloyd"
to tin' grievances of the Moslem subjects of the Russian governmenl, the
result of the Sheikh's \isit ami tbe
nature of the receptit 11 aie Interesting
subjects  of  speculation
MANUFACTURERS
TO FIGHT THE hq
Claim Thai- British Columbia
Extra-Provincial Act [���
Hardship on Outsiders.
Montrea1. Nm.   I      ;    ���
1 1
has a light on hand 31   led hy On
manufacturers  who  ���
'   :
1
lit   tO   :��� j
���       ,.
��� I
test  the  valldltj
cial act of the wi
The  matter  was
yesterday,   when
fact mors were represi : a
lng laid at the office of tl
MARRIED    MOTHER     INSTEAD.
Thrown  Over  by  Daughter   He   Consoles   Hirrself   With   Her   Parent.
M Inneapolls, Nov. 4.- -The finale In
the    West    hotel   elopement    has    Upset
all forecasts. <>n Monday the report
was sent out thai J, L. Rodney and
Miss Daisy Porter had eloped to Chicago to be married, after Mr. Rodney
bad  paid attentions for months  to the
young   woman's   mother.   Mrs.   R.    M.
I Porter,
When the COUple left they wired
! Mrs. Porter to meet them in Cbi-
ca-to, saying tbey had gone there to
be married. Mrs. Porter left the
same afternoon and upon reaching
Chicago found her daughter and Mr.
Rodney, but they were not then on
speaking terms.
According to the story told by Mr.
Rodney, wbo relumed yesterday to
get articles forgotten In bis flight, he
had a quarrel with Daisy on the way
to Chicago and by the time they
had reached there she positively refused to marry blm, saying she could
not be so mean to her mother. When
Mrs. Porter heard the story and the
three talked the matter over. Rodney
proposed the carrying out of the original plan, and he and Mrs. Porter
I were   married.
Branch   of    the    >   ��� Mum���,
tureis   association   In   the   B
Trade building,
'I'o   conclude   the   mei
lowing  motion  wn    ; .
unanimously:
"That  in the ml
;iii'   ||   is  dei Irabli   that
liou   should   take
I e   deemed   ;,d\ .
othei wise  to  bi 11 ���;...
question of the \.<
ions   of   the   Com]
Columbia   relatl\ e to 1
1 companies."
Tbe   British   Columbl       .ernaett
has questioned the right of thi
al governmenl t" Inti ��� -     ..
j tance.     The  act   Itsell : .
ture that  it  practical
' riding  Dominion  charti a
reason,  companies  in  po ;j
Dominion   charters ..[
ness In   British  Colui .. |
to  conditions  consider! d   men
The   British   Columbia  An  .        ���
no excepting   provisions        tl  ������  j
other acts and establlsl
alties for unlicensed 1 . .*t
business   in   the   provlnci
provision   disables   unll
nies from suing in the ci ���...��
which Is regarded as a mi |j
standing invitation to d
I ors to repudiate   their 1       tion- bj
; taking refuge behind thi
I
MEN'S
The Boys' Health
SUIT
For Saturday���At Prices
Which Are Startling
VV/HEN you want to cut down
��� your stock the only way to
do so is Cut Prices and cut
them deep. Many are taking advantage of these prices to stock
up for the winter. It's Up To
You !
vs.
The Doctor's
Bill
WHICH is the cheaper ?
Why, the boys' health,
and to keep your boys healthy you must clothe them
with warm clothing���good
strong suits, which will
keep the boys warm and dry
Here is Where We Help   You   Beat   The   Doctors
FANCY TWEED SUITS &&J5j
strong working suits, cut to . .^J��tfJ
in fancy colors and
. $7.95
BETTER SUITS patterns
Sizes 36 to 42, cut to....
FINE SERGE AND FANCY WORSTED SUIT
Suit good enough to wear any time
and place, well made and good fitter
Sizes 36 to 42.   Cut to fri0 AA
RIICTFD CII1IC ln fancy   patterns.
DUJlLlA dUlld  Regular price $4.00
$6:00:.Cut.to $2.65 to $3.95
to
TWO PltCE SUITS !��������
fancv styles.    Sizes 24 to 28.    Regu-
lSicec?u4t0t��oto..$2.90to$4.15
THREE-PIECE SUITS K-t0 3i
Tweeds, dark or M C \* M (K
light colors, cut toJJ.��J lu r**JJ
THREE-PIECE SUITS fXf''
Tweeds, all good patterns and colors
Well made and Cl 1 *\ to U V)
trimmed, cut to.... JJ. ��� *>lu ���'J
Overcoats and Raincoats
Cut to $5.95, $7.95, $10.00, $12.00 and $15.00
Boys' Corduroy Knickers
Sizes 24 to  28 $1 ^
Sizes 29 to 33     $1'
Tweed Knickers 50c to .2.00
SEE WINDOWS and SNAP TABLES
. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
|     671 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C.
SEE WINDOWS  and SNAP TABLES
. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
671 Columbia Street New Weitmlneter, B. C. 5ATURDAY,  NOVEMBER  5,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
NOTICE.
tender   addressed to the un-
l.ders
I traci
lobtained
���plication
Sealed ' "      endorBO(j "Tender for
���jrslgne0' '   alterations to the Public
|i*ll*nB Nanaimo, B. C," will be re-
Iljalldios- '   .   offiCe until 4:00 p, m ,
>rl :i, .'   s >Vember  28,    1910,  for
I ,,i Monday.     .       ,
I""      , , entloned.
Itlie ������ ' . ,,;,!i ni and form ol con-
plsn    {,  and forms of tender
"   ,  11,| , Department,   on ap-
t',,   nr   Caretaker,   Public
I v,,,i imo, iv C, mid al  the
|lt"1"   .' '���;���   wm. Henderson,   Resi-
IffA��hUect. Victoria , B. C.
r��'   _,,���  ���o1  be considered  unless
Itenflen        ^  | |h .(i(1  ,.()nns  K,1)1|lH(,(1|
Ih eiSned with their actual slgna-
their occupations and
lence,    In the case   of
,,,.  i, : lnl m. nature, tbe nature
Hon and place of resi-
member  of  the   Qrra
I :       ',,;,���!,., musl   be  accompanied
I cl ie on a   charter-
''��� J    k   navable to the order of the
Minister   of    Public
; , ���,, ten  per  cent   (10 p.c.
. , , ,���,,,.   of  the  tender,    which
I .      ,.., ned If the person tender-
|       ..    ,,   ,    enter Into a   contract
on to do so. or fall to
plete the work contracted for.   If
II nol accepted the cheque
\.    ������   ���'    '' I
...,,. Departmenl   does  not   bind  It-
tbe lowest, or anj ten-
'��� '
���. order,
DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Public
1910.
the
and
(7)
the
pro-
de-
Notice is hereby given that The
Praser River Tannery, Limited, a body
corporate, Incorporated under the
"British Columbia Companies Act,
1897, and Amending Acts," carrying
on business in the District of New
Westminster and Province ot British
Columbia, having applied to His Excellency, the Governor General in
Council for the approval of a certain
site fot the construction of wharves
on the southerly shore of the
Kraser river, situate on
foreshore of blocks "A," "li,"
"('." being portions of lots seven
and eigln (8), group two (2) in
district df N'ew Westminster ami
vlnce of British Columbia, have
poi Ited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
of said wharves which they propose
'" construct, together with a description of the full Bite thereof described
by metes and bounds, and liave also
deposited a duplicate 0f each in the
office of the registrar of deeds for
the Districi Of New Westminster, iii
which distrlcl the said works are proposed to be constructed, In accordance
'with the requirements of section 7 of
the "Navigable Waters Protection
'<���' " chanter 115 of the Revised
statutes of Canada, 1906.
WHITESIDE &  EDMONDS,
Solicitors   for   Fraser   River  Tannery,
Limited,
Hated at  Ibe City of  New Westminster UiIh 27th dav at October   Min
"PASS    THE    HORSE."
"Delicacy"   Was    Principal     Item    on
Bill   ol   Fare   at   French   Banquet.
I'aris, Nov. 4.���"Cheval" is. the
principal Item on the bill of fare of
one ol the most, novel banquets ever
held in Paris, scheduled for tonight,
"Cheval," by the way, is Francaise
for horse, and tonight's affair is the
first annual dinner of a society bearing the name���literally translated���
of friends of the horse. In the same
BPlri1 cannibal chiefs might, band
themselves together Into a society
called  friends of the missionary.
So popular has horse meat become
in i'aris that prices of the better cuts
have heen boosted to a point beyond
that charged for beef, and the bud-
ply does nm equal the demand. The
flesh Of the horse has won official
commendation from the Paris board
��f health, which buys nearly 2000
pounds weekly for tiie municipal hospitals. This is chopped and fe I raw
to delicate patients, whose stomachs
cannot receive beef, Of the thousand of hoi ses Blaugtered In Paris,
only one oui ol 10,000 is found to
have   tuberculosis���a    percentage   re
markably   small   compared   with   all
other food animals.
The purpose of the friends of tlie
horse society is to induce the breeding and feeding, on a large scale, of
horses for food. The members allege
that when horses are treated like cattle, intelligently fed with the object
of fattening them for food, their Mesh
Is much superior to beef. Mule and
donkey meat is also largely sold to
tbe poorer classes, and while not as
fine as horse meat, Is said to be very-
good.
TURKISH    PARLIAMENT.
A!l
by
CUT    OFF    THEIR    QUEUES
Religious Creeds Respected
New Conltitution.
Montreal, Nov. 4.���Si lkey Bey, formerly second seeietat. cf the imperial Ottoman Ie. ation In Washington,
and up to last year Turkish consul
in New Vork, who is in the city,
stated that, being lately in Constantinople he found great changes in the
affairs of the empire, since Mohatn-1
med V. came to the throne, under the
auspices of tlie Young Turkish party,
lie say. that parliamentary Institutions started as a result of the new
regime   are   working   smoothly,   and
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
"THE    ROYAL   LINE."
Chinese     Diplomats     and     Corrsular
Agents   Receive   Edict.
San   Francisco,   Nov.   1���rn  compliance  with  an  imperial edict, Chinese
consul-general  Ll  Yung  Hew awd rhe
.entire staff of the local consulate are
today wfthoul queues, and attired' as
Americans. The edict just promulgated from Pekin, wbicli caused this
change, provides that all members of
| the diplomatic and consular service of
China in foreign lands shall cut off
their queues and adopt tlie dress and
customs of the country in which they
; are stationed.
much satisfaction is felt all over the]From Halifax
XMAS   SAILINGS.
From Montreal:
"Royal Edward"   Nov.
Royal  George"    Nov.
10
19
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
R. C
of
Works.   Ot-
tmenl
|        0
Newspapers   will   not   be   paid    for
i.     ,:      : , ment  if they  insert    it
,. ithority  from   the   department.
AUCTION       SALE       OF       TIMBER
E_RTH    COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
Re lot 16, block 2, of lot. 201, croup 1,
town  of  Port   Moody,  Murray's  Addition, in tbe district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 4700A, Issued in
the name of .lohn Stewart and James
Cash, has been filed in tbis office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of tbe said certiticate, unless I
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
Q, S. KEITH,
Distrlcl Re-, istrar of Titles '
Land Roslstry Office.
New Westminster, B.C., Oct. T, 1910.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA    HOUSE
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
TUESDAY,   NOV.  8th
FIRST TIME   HERE.
The most, pretentious Musical Comedy offering this season.
Billy "Single" Clifford
And a Superb Company of Clever Artists.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that .lames Davis Smith
of Vancouver. B. C occupation builder, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked *'J.
1). Smith. S. . NY. corner," at
the northwest corner of pre-emption, No. 2961, thence north
ahout 00 chains more or less, to or
near   Sakinaw   Lake,   tlience   cast
00
chains more or less, tnence south 80
chains  more  or   less,  thence  west
! chains, more or less, thence north
chains, more or  less, thence west
chains more or
commencement
less, to the place of
The rl .���.'.t   to cat   limber  under   'I-
cense on   Berth   No.   535,  comprising
,-ing   lands   tn   the   Province
ol ������  itisl   Columbia,   will  be  offered
ation at the upset price of
f2.70.00, Including cost of survey, at
lock   P.   M ,   on   Wednesday   the
. ������ ol De ember next, at the office
,    Dominion   Timber   Agent   ,it
:,-,��� Westminster:
Timher  Berth  No.  536, situated  in;
n ,���    of    Hritish    Columbl i,
Section 2i>,. Township 39,
���   ,,:   roast   Meridian,   containing
. , of 640 acres more or less, -is
n  plan of survey,  signed  by
Hi   a   LlghthaU, D.  L.  S.,  surveyed
In May.   1910, and  of  record  in  the
1      r  and  Grazing   Branch  of  the
tn enl ot tbe Interior,
en ������  will  not  bo  issued  until
dl   amount    of    the   purchase
nd the ground  rental  for  the
ttVe   been   paid.
conditions of payment, rate of _.
i       arc contained in the Tim-  ' ���,,,.....  range 2
.   .lations, 8 copy of which may COAST land district RANGE 2.
' aPPllcatlon "' '-1,e UD' Tnke no,i0e that I. William Robert
pick ' of Vancouver. B.C., occupation
real estate dealer, intend to apply or
permission to lease 200 acies Of land
)0ll���ded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted at the cast side of the
extreme bead of the north arm of
Key's inlet, thence east 10 ctialns.
See south 60 chains, thence west
i chains, thence north B0 chains to
post of commencement. Purpose fo.
which It is required, WWOW-
WILL1AM  ROBERT DICK.
" The Girl,
The Man,
The Game"
Big Girls
Little Girls
Pretty Girls
Dancing Girls
LA SALLE THEATRE BEAUTY  CHORUS.
Prices:   $1.00,  75c and 50c
Seats on Sale Saturday, November 5, at McKenzie's Pharmacy.
JAMES    DAVIS    SMITH.
New Westminster. October 20, 1910.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS, Agent.
.:.������ I,  or  to  the  Crown   Timber
at   New  Westminster.
P. tl.  KEYES,
Secretary.
. October 12th, 1910.
*mt .. id tenders addressed to the un-
and endorsed "'Tender for
additions and alterations to the Pub-
II Building, Nelson, B. C" will be re-
celved at this office until 4.00 p.ui.on
NOTICE.
ment, on application to the Caretaket
1 ��� I     Building, Nelson, B, C, and at
ti-.,. office of Mr. Wm. Henderson, Ue-
Bldenl  Architect, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering aro notified tbat
empire. Religious discord has, he
adds, been abolished and (today Turks,
Greeks, Syrians and Armenians are
serving in flue imperial Ottoman army,
and are living together like brothers,
for the reason that although Mahom-
edanism is the religion of the country,
all other creeds are respected by tlie
new   constitution.
Sidkey Bey was born in Constantinople and lived there a good part of
his life, and he could never have believed that such a change for the better was possible in so short a time.
The deposed sultan is now at Salonica. some three hundred and t.wenty-
Ii)i,r miles west from Constantinople,
and although he la looked after by a
guard, there, i.s no dan. er of any
trouble, as he has practically no fol-
lowlng, and. in. fact, all parts of the
country bave aec��pt��il the e.xtlsting
order of tilings.
As to the. financial situation, Sidkey
! Hey explained that, the finances, at the
1 Ottoman   empire   were   not    by    any
.means   in   a   hopeless  condition,  and
(lie recent   visit of thft new   finance
' minister to  London, Paris and oilier
European  financial centers  was  very
satisfactory, tlie Turkish) minister creating  the  most  favorable  impression
amongst the  moneyed   people  o�� the
great capitals.   Tbe resources of Turkey,  although  varied  ami rich,  have
never been properly deveiope 1, and no
(doubt foreign capitalist* will take ad-
' vantage of. the new regime hy establishing themselves in th* mining and
'industrial centers of tlie empire., for,
jas a matter of fact, industry and osin-
merce wore- only in their infancy. He,
j however, had great hopes for Turkey
| and all he regretted waa that the revolution   had   not   taken   place    thirty
years ago.    The.- country, he declared,
was    not    favorable    to>   a    republic.
They   favored  a   system    nf   govwn-,
ment. copied after thutr nf Great  Brit-',
lain, which he; described, as better andj
I freer than any republic to existence.  '
As- far  as religion  was   concerned,
the Ottoman power had always been
I on terms of close friendship wtih
\ Gloat' Britain, for they realized for
(many years that Uie- Mahomedan re-
liigion.was protected unite a* well inl
II the British empire as in any part o'
j 1 Turkey. There, was- noi sympathy with,
���Ith�� Young Egytinn party in their
bi struggle   for   independence,   aa   they
knew full well' die benefits of British
rule the   world over.
"Royal Edward" ..
"Royal   George"   .
"Royal   Edward"   .
And Fortnightly
 Dec. 7
 Dec.   14
 Dec.  2$,
thereafter.
Most Direct Route to Bristol, London
and' the Continent.
Tickets and Reservations from E.
Goulet, C. P. R. agent, or write to Wm.
Stapleton, General Agent, i'2T Main
sireet, Winnipeg.
NOTICE.
On and after October 1, 1M0, we,
the undersigned, will sell coal for
ca��h only, either with Ule order or on
deiiverv.
GILLEY  BROS.,  LTD.
JOSEPH MAYERS,
BELYEA & CO.
New Westminster. Sept. 24.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  PaJ(* Up   $5,000,000
Reserve*    $5,900,000
The Bank has Brainches in
Canada extending fiom the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the Island: also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and  Londott, England.
Correspondents tn all parts
08 the Gl8be, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M. RICHARDSON. Manager.
HECTOR   McCAIG,  Manager.
deeds tor the District of New West
minster British Columbia, at New
Westminster plan and descrIptlon oi
the   proposed   Bit^for   tajjk-gj
will not be considered unleBS P��P��            of ,lul Frasel. River in the
made on the printed forms supplied, ����J~i       of Hritish Columbia, and aligned with    their actual    signa- l''"'lfl  m(��� -    ���   .....  n.-^t    i.uhlica-
tnting their  occupations    andj0      .  ,
Wednesday, Nov.  9th
C. P. Walker Presents  Wm. Yule
and a Superb Company in
Shakespeare's
'Twelfth Night'
YELLOW    SLAVE    TRAOE
IN   BRITISH'   COtUMBIA
St. Catherines. Nov. 4.���Miss Martin, returned missionary from Hritish
I Columbia, addressihg tbe Woman's
Missionary society district convention
here last night, declared that the yellow slave trade thrives almost entirely unchecked in Victorfa tind Vancouver. Gills are imported from
China and sold in these cities from
$11)0 up, for immoral and domestic
purposes: The girls- are treated with
horrible cruelty-
One girl, who was rescued and
came to the Woman's Home, was
found with her body scarred with horrible burns. Because she hwf run
away from her mistress the latter
had taken a red-hot tron and scarred
her naked body with tt. and then she
was tied by one foot in a cold room
and left all night. A Chinese woman
corroborated this by saying that she
had s��?��tt ft.
"Manv of the yellow men have fa&r
and five wives alive," said Miss Martin.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Feet of Sixth.
[k\MM WORK
as done by us gives the utmost satisfaction. Our equipment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean, Economic. Prompt.
White labor only employed
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
Prices:   $100, 75c, and 50c
Sale Tuesday, November S. at McKenzie's Pharmacy..
,iv to the Coventor
        ,s   R"a,Won hereof will apply t
t  residences.    In  tbe  case ��^ IJJ^ Oouncfl for approval there Ot
e actual signature, the
occupation, and place ot resi-i
den ���  ot each member of   the   firm ]
i       I ������ given,
Kai h tender must be accompanied
m eepted cheque on a chartered
payable to the   order   of   the
ile, the    Minister    of    Public
e mai to ten per cent. (10 p-C.(
ol the amount ot the   tender,   which
forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter  Into a  contract
v.
I'cIkof.boMuiiicipMt-ouncilof^
Corporation   of   the   ( Itj     -       J
DATED ibis Third day of Octooer,
Westminster.
The Corporation ot the City of New
nue  lo  enter   into  a   ��"""**_ "Minister  l"   ruuuw   *** _..,..,,. o{
'ailed upon to do so  or fall to L_d in Uu. office oWieReglstm^i
comph e the work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the cheque
wil] be returned.
The department does not hind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
U. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, October 27, 1010.
Newspapers wlll not  ho    paid    for
11 '- advertisement  lf they    Insert    It
withoul authority from   the    Department.
58K&-S?"plan and description of
toe  proposed   altefor  laying
'         of
in
SANITARY    NOTICE.
steel
,;���,.   or   water  main   under  the
plpe ' ���   the   Province    of
Brunette  rlvei   in  tne
1910. w   A   DuNCAN,
Clerk of the Munich CounciIof nj
Corporation   of the   W
AU  rubbish  and  garbage
removed   to   the   foot   of
must be
Sixteenth
���treet and Fifth avenue, where It will
�����' binned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
*ny other street or avenue or on any
line. vacant lot or public property
be   prosecuted   under   the   pro-
ocrtlLATING     VEHICLE
?CiSi0   55��StuMB.A   STREET.
will
��� -       |'i unr*   mm       uitu�� �� *���*���
visions of the Sunltary Bylaw.
By Order, 8. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City ikii, June 13, 1910.
AHpersonBu8tngCo����hJ%Btre^
to-' vehicle trajtoo an klnfl �� ^
STS?,?, S while Proceeding iu
either direction.
J   A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
city Hau. August ii WW-
WESTMINSTER    OPERA    MOUSE
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
John C. Slocum  Presents
THE   NEW   VIENNESE   COMIC   OPERA  SUCCESS,
Direct from   250  Nights  at Cort Theatre, Chicago.
"The Kissing Giif
WITH AN AU, STAR CAST AND ENSEMBLE OF 70.
..Brightly Staged and Blithely performed." _^ ..^^
..ni,���ifull of Amusing Dialogue and Clever Situattens^ ^^
-Hunt a Bisque Line or Suggestive Sltuatlon.^^^ ^^
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR 1
HUNGARIAN JEWEL ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL   *7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL %5.25 per Bbl-
HINDOO FLOUR HM per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.-
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone MS.
THK CHORUS A SEMINARY OF FEMALE LOVELINESS.
BIG  AUGMENTED  ORCHESTRA
PRICES���$1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c���Same as Vancouver.
SKAT SALE���Wednesday, November 0, at McKenzle's Pharmacy.
MAIL ORDER8 NOW BEING TAKEN
FOR SALE
Forty Acres of choice land near Port Haney,
nearly all cleared. On main wagon road, convenient to C. P. R. and river. Line of proposed tramway runs through property. Soil is excellent ana
cannot be surpassed for fruit raising.
Price $4500 for a Few Days Only
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street __
The New Westminster City Specialists] 'i&i...
11.
'Wm
PAGE EIGHT.
TH,�� DAiLV  NEWS.
Saturday, November
m ���
i
w;
���:    .
re.
���4
H
to
���
IkJcJ
City News
company
Tlie  Ahbotsford    Shingle
has made an assignment.
Thomas  Collinse.  general mmnage'
of  the  Summerland  Review,  was
visitor in the city yesterday.
Now  is  thc  time    te ^t   '
dowering bulbs from .navies _
1st,    Plume fl.208.
''^et^'and    a
j (Guild  jBSlerday
police station, where
i i
a
spring
the Flor-
**
Two   new   horse
leather   halter   we'
and left at the
th< j   await   an
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right Drices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Young Man
Young Woman
Go To The
Night School
Of The
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Street.
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30.
SentjOn Approval
To Rbsponsibt-8 People   ^
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
fhtunjS
munis*
U"l.** I
owner.
The -sea' rf  fov  ,,;(,    U(,v,_    Welsh
Ladies' '_hoir opens this morning at
iMcKer/je.s Drug gtore.   Qpeita Rouse
next   Monday. **
Mrs. E. Goulet will receive nn Monday for the firs: time since her return from the east, and thereafter on
the first and fourth Mondays of the
month.
The names of Patrick Dick Birnie,
John Davidson and Charles William
Murray, of Xew Westminster, liave
been added to the list of British Columbia  land  surveyors.
Try a Want Ad. in the News. It
wili  bring results
Miss May Richards, who graduated
witli high honors from the Royal Columbian hospital a few days ago,
leaves today for McLeod, Albert i,
where she has accepted a position in
the hospital.
The inquest into the death of William Bernard, the halfbreed whose
holy was fished out of the river at
Rwen's cannery early in the week,
will be held'in the police court at -
o'clock this afternoon.
Have you secured one of those
charming houses on Eighth avenue,
close to the car. If not, see the
British Canadian Securities, Ltd., at
once, as the terms are so very easy
they will soon be all sold. **
Hugh Gilchrist, Archibald Hogg and
Joseph Rolls, of the city of New
Westminster, have been appointed
commissioners for taking affidavits iu
the supreme court for the purpose of
acting under the Provincial Elections
Act.
and
.he funeral of the late Henry Bon-
jn of Port Hammond, took place yes-
.terday   from   the  mortuary   chapel   of I
'Murchie and Sons to the Odd Fellows'
cemetery,    The members of post No,
4 of the Native Sons of B. C. attend-j
ed tlie funeral in a body.
In county court chambers yesterday
Judge Howay heard two application^
one in the case of Kyle vs. Stone, to
set aside a judgment, and one In the
case of Furrey vs, Barnet and McDonald. Both applications weie referred
:to the next sitting of the count)
court.
Rev. J. S. Henderson will occupy
the pulpit of Wesley Methodist
church. Vancouver, tomorrow morning, when he will speak on V. M, C
A, work, this being in connection with
a campaign for the raising of a fund
ol half a million dollars for association work in Vancouver,
Davies Green Houses is the place t<
not bouquets, floral designs, and al)
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone R. 208 **
A special car bearing forty Welshmen will come over Horn Vancouver
on Monday night to hear tlie concert
given by the Welsh Ladies' Choir. A
representative of the party was In
Westminster yesterday and bought
forty tickets. He said that he was
unable to secure seats at the concerts
given  by  the choir in  Vancouver.
Tlie regular meeting of the Presbytery will be held in St. Andrews
church. Vancouver, on Tuesday ol
next week. The most Important subjects to be discussed include the re
mils sent down by the general assembly, the settlement of a call to B.
H. Lockhart from the Douglas street
church, Vancouver, and tlte problem
of church  union.
| RED GEM
e/>e InK Pencil
Your Choice of
DltroR.
Rev. D, W. Morgan, a former missionary in China, but at present in
charge of the Asiatic work of the
Metliodi.-t church In this province.
will preach in Sixth Avenue Methodist church tomorrow morning and
evening.
NOTICE.
The Public
Supply Stores
This*
Two
Popular
Articles
for onN
llBttraUwn are Exact S.zj
Every pen guaranteed
full 14 Ki. bcUa (iu d���cut
oa right hand may be ha-1
:n e.iher our standard
biack opaque pattern, or
.Voa-breakal��Ie TrtnspQl-
em, as desired, either in
'j'.ain cr engraved finish,
as preferred.
Y 'i r\r try tliip*.. a ��f*k, |
If ToadoiiuitiDtt it at t*\. reeetile-t,
** V*il��r   fcrticla than putt cm t**
mm *��� - turn tihu nra mou
Ft   B   m    ft: >  otlntr Butt, it _.   I
11 r,;_:.    i��.._ftct---r \r, _v*.)  t^.
ti-vtt rata.a it tu.1*** will ���*..-! |
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n  w '  >*t yut* fyrjet"    A4-tre��r
I* Laughlin Iflfg. Co.*
ijtttlo BU.
Uirk
Ihe Central Hole1 Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
Notice is herehy   given   that   The
raser River Tannery, Limited, a body
"orrorate,    incorporated    under     the
"Hritish    Columbia    Companies    Act,
1897,   nnd    Amending Acts," carrying
m   husiness   in   tlie   District  of   New
iVestminster and  Province of British
.olumbla,  having applied to His  Excellency,    the   Governor    General    in
I Council for the approval of u certain
[ site  for tlie  construction  of  wharves
ion    the    southerly    shore     of     the
Fiaser      river,      situate      on      the
foteshore    of    blo-ks    "A," "B."    and
I "C." being portions of lots seven  i7>
and eight   (8),  group two   (2)   in  the
disttitt of Xew Westminster and province of  Hritish Columbia, have    de-
' posited  with  the  Honorable the  Min-
j Ister of Public Works at Ottawa, plans
I of  said  wharves  which  they  propose
! to construct, together with a description of ilie full site thereof described
by  metes and bounds, and have also
[deposited  a  duplicate, of each  iu^. the
office   of   the  registrar   of  deeds  for
! the  District  of  New  Westminster,  in
I which district the said works are pro-
jpesed to be constructed, in accordance
| with the requirements of section 7 'if
1 the    "Navigable    Waters    Protection
Act,"    chapter    11")    of the    Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906,
WHITESIDE & KDMONDS,
I Solicitors   for  Fraser   River  Tannery.
Limited.
Dated at tlie City of New Wefcfmin-
i iter this :7th day of October.  11)10
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
623   Hamilton  St.,  or
Van��tone Heating and Plurrbing Co.
Chirr, ey Sweeping, Eavetroug h
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting. Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
GET
Cadbury's (hocolates
Put up in a
GREEN BOX
Specially  Packed for
T. A. M'J'R & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.    441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Re lot lfi. block 2, of lot ZOlj group 1,
town of Port Moo.iy. Murray's Addition, in the district of New Westminster,
Wl ereas proof of the loss of ce-tl-
B< ate of title number 4700A, issued in
the name nf John Stewart and James
Cash, has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date cf the first publication hereof,
In a daily newspaper published fn the
city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said ceitilicate. tin'ess
In the meantime valid objection be
made to ir.e in writing.
C. S. KKITII.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., Oct  7, 1910.
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 call for it nnd give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than Tavorable.   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 witli perfect confidence
that you will get >our supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
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5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.    Streets on three sldeB  ���
of  this  property,    $350 each.   Terms. J
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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100 PIECES
o F
ress
Go On Sale This Morning
T day's offering in Dress Goods presents one of the greatesl opportunities    to    secure
Dress Goods ever offered  In New Westminster,   Tn the lol placed   on    sale   are Heavy Homi
Tweeds, Astrakhans.  Niggerheads, Plaids, Llghl and Darfc Stripes, all  B4   Indies  wide,    al
Tweeds ii   l.l.bt   ntul  D. irk colors. Clicks, Fancy Stripes, Cheviots,  Serges     Here  you   wi
terials Of every  weighl  desirable, in all colors, Bultable for women's   Coats.    Skirts,    bults    and
Clothes���also a flne selection of fabrics adaptable for boys' requirements.   Lack of Bpace li      ���   .  ���
Goods Section necessitates drastic measures, and to rid stock of these slow sellers, cost  has noi
considered.     We   liave   simply [laced upon each piece a pi ice that   will   make   tbem   peculiar!)
ble to those who desire to economize, and at the same time secure something serviceable, you
we'd   io   choose   early.     All one  price  today  and   clean.     Per  yard     50c
New Arrivals Added to Our Showing of Net Waists
$3.75 to $5.95
At the price the newcomers are the best values yet shown in our Waist Section. It Is bui
a few days since the last shipment was received, and already sales indicate thai shipments to folio a- will not be here in time to till
In the sizes sold out. If you desire a nice evening wais there is something sure to please
you here. Black and White Ecru Net Waists
ln dozensof attractive styles, some are made
with handsomely embroidered yokes and guipure trimming���yet others trimmed with narrow bands of satin and insertion. All made on
silk foundations of a nature to permit of th< Ir
washing without removing. All sizes. Bach
$3.75,   $4.50 and $5.95.
Children' s   Reefer
Coats
$1.75 to $4.75
A  line of serviceable   Coats,  exceptionally   low
in  price.   Vou cannot  Judge of tbe quality   by
the   mentl m of tlie price. We say. bow.   .
netter    Co its   at   the   price   nevei'   found   -
way to thl- or any store.    You will wondei
they    eoul I  be  made at   the  price.    We   i
tell   you    because   we   do   not   know.      Exai
them  and see for yourself.    Navy and Red only.
Nicely   hound with braid, brass   button
finished    inside and outside.    Completi
sizes on sale today.    Bring the children In
secure   immediate   choice.     Each    $1.75,   $2.SO.
$3.50   and $4.75.
New  Velvets in the
Dress Goods Sect
icn
Just   received perparcel post complete rat
shades   in bright   and  dark   red.  new   blui
green, brown  etc and black,   silk Serge
and   Skinners  Sai in.     Hlack  and  Creai
Silk   Serge Lining.    Ber yard      $!.:o
Skinners    Batin,    L'7 inch��� Navy,    Hrown.
Cream   and   Black.     Per   yard $1.50
NEW   FALL   "BUTTERICK  FASHIONS"  AND   DELINEATORS   NOW ON SALE.    ASK TO SEE THEM.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
"Why should 1 pive my cleaning and dyeing   to   tbe   Royal
City   In    preference     to     all
i
others?" was   a   question    wo
once had to answer.    We didn't
tell, but showed why.
We are still serving thai patron and wlll be glad to show
you. The best cleaning and dyeing woi i:s in the city,
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G. F.  BALDWIN,  Prop.
Phone R 278.      345 Columbia St.
i     Wagon will call for and deliver
' goods.
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.   BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and  Cerllne.
>HONE 4"3
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275,
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   DAILY   NEW.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS

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