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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
���Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NUMBER 224.
N'EW WESTMINSTER, B. C, Till
h.W   MORNING, OCTOBE1
IMc
PRICE  FIVE C
/ILL CAMPAIGN fOR    REPORT of e.N. railway  {SMALL DOCKET FOR
NEW HOSPITAL SITE!   �� MIRROR OF PROGRESS
GREAT LAKES CROSSED
IHE PALI ASSIZES BY SEVEN BALLOONiSTS
3oard Plans to Educate Voters On Advantages of
Queen's Park Location.
ti,c board ol control nf the Royal
Man  hospital   will   prosecute  a
tfgorous campaign in favor of tlie nro-
tal site on tlie lower end
.      een-g park. according to a  de-
.Lon reached by ihe board veste.-day
.     ,,.,,,   are unanimously com
��� . (    .,.,.  the proposed  site would
Lble Hum Hie piesent (ine;
every    stantpomt.    and
.   going  to do their best   to '
, .    poinl  of  view  before  the J
one ,: the arguments used will be
.     ,. ,,;  a sewerage system at ;
Dl cite.   At the present time
. private system running to;
.     but in "ie event of the new
.. |ng erected it is altogether
,:, , tbai thi residents along tbe up-
','.. riVer will protest against the (lis-
Lga| ol the Bewerage by tbe present
method.    Moreover  it   Is  pointed  out
'at the proposed Rife is now no use
j the citj and is an unsightly spot in
1Vi;!'.' Bho"uld  be tbe  most   beautiful
kpot in the city.   If the hospital ls located there, the place will he made a
beauty spot with lawns and fountains.
At ihe ineeting yesterday Mrs. Hill,
Ivi'.e has been absent In the east  for
[,.,     ..��� three months, reported  that
he had visited some of the hospitals
Jn the east an       ^^^^^^^^^^^
fetalis  concerning   the   operation   of
... Luke's hospital  In  New   York.
The visiting committee for the i ast
wroth, Mrs. Ferguson and T, Qlfford,
.1 1.. A., reported thai tbey had pail
sits l      ���   hospital and bad   found
, . factory.    Tbo visiting
ee I       ��� ensuing montb will
|       '      Hill,   I..   A.   Lewis   and   .1.  .1.
Di
il the meeting were
|\; .    p ��� .!.  J.   .lone...   in    the
Hill,   Mrs    Broad,    Mis.
liy   i . ' ���   guson, T.  Clifford.   M.
.' \     nd Si   ��� tao W. H   Keary.
.   ���        ng  reporl   bj   the  lady
twas    receive l    and
There were elghl  more pa-
I ital at ihe close of
there  were  at    the
Kan largi Ij .wing to the
';��� pi ol I   patients   frOl I    the
s dlsti lets.
|.\'iimher of patients  in   hospital   Sep-
     f.-i
"iscal   Year   Ending   June
Larrie;'.    Earnings    Ever
ed   by   Hill   Roads
Paul
Oct. in.���The twenty-flrsi
annual repoit of the Croat Northern
railwaj. Issued todaj. saj s I hai i he
: .\ ement in conditions dui lug I he
fiscal von ending
suited   "in   the
30  Showed i  	
Report. Offences Charged Include Five Still Hover Over On-
Forgery, Intimidation and i tario ��� One Descends in
Attempted Pen. Escapes.  j
Forest, Another in Lake.
une 30, last, rearrest earnings for
one year ever reported by the company."
The report shows that gross operating revenues for the year were $64,-
465,339, an increase of 20.08 per eent
over the pret ious year.
The net operating revenue was $25.
1ST.-74. an  increase of  19.17  per cent.
The operating expenses showed
increase  of  20.65  per cent.
The    New    Westminster     assizes,
ch   open   on   Octobei   27,   present
quite a contrast to the a
St. Louis, Oct. l;i.���Five of the ten
.   . balloons which started in the interna-
, _ ���_���_���%  ,��� ,,���c ���ssizes  wliich   tloBSl contest   here  Monday afternoon
wi r.   held in the spi ing. On that oc-  ille tonight believed to be racing over
easloll   live    ~   ��� -^^^^^^^^^^^���
an
MISSING CHILD KEEPS
CITY POLICE. OVINO
men  were  I lied   for  miir-  t|ie   southwestern   part    of    Ontario
der    on was hung, one sentenced to  though no defin
fifteen  years in  the penltentiarj   for iee.ived from them at
manslaughter   and   the   other   three
were r( leased.    In addition to that S,
li   Ford was sentenced lo serve five
years for stabbing and there were other Berious enses.
Ai tl.e present time, there is only
one case what n.i^ht he called a seil-
ous offence.     This is
lite news has been re-
^^^^^^^^^^^^ a late hour.
The Hamburg IL. of Germany, the
fourth balloon to start from St. Louis
on   Monday,  descended   wiih   terrific
force from a height of is.con i':i feet
'at 8 p. ni. on Tuesday in Lake Nlpis-
sing, Ontario.    The balloon  had then
travelled a distance of 850 miles from
  the case of a st. Louis.
man named Merry who passed a forg-'
FAVORITE NIECE KILLED     iWLUJAN IS BAC,
BECAUSE WIFE IS MISSING
Chicago      Man      Pursues      Deserting
Spouse to Spokane;   Fai!s to find
Her,    So    Shoots   Child.
Spokane, Oct, 19.���Henry Schroe-
der, aegd fifty-nine years, of ",14T Lake
avenue, Chicago, whose wife left, him
recently, followed her to this city
with murderous intent. Failing to locate her. be revenged himself by killing her favorite three and a half year
old niece, the only daughter of E. L.
Taylor, of this city.
Schroeder then turned the revolver
on himself and put an end to his life.
The double tragedy happened at 6:45
p. m. today.
ON TERRA   \U
Journalist Blames Equlibra-
tor for Failure of Attempt
to Cross Atlantic.
Too
Much    Kind-Heartedness    Cause:
Parents   Worry   and   Gives   Chief
Bradshaw   Pleasant   Walk.
The fate, of the crew has not been
ascertained, but ln all probability the
aeronauts were killed hy the shock.
The Isle de France, lescended near
Pogainasing. Ontario, in a wild forest, at 4 a. m. Wednesday. The Dusseldorf II.. is taking a more northerly course than the others. The trip
across Lake Michigan was made Tues-
 �����- -���- - i ^..........  ......   dav by eight of the entrants.   The bal-
cases were sent up from the city po-' i0on   gt.   Louis   No.   4   was  forced  to
lice court about a weex ago. 'land near Hll
ed a cheque on the Surrey Shingie
mill at Port Townsend. There is one
case of Intimation, Frank Kerwin. a
striking machinist, being charge:1 with
Intimidating a worker at the Schaake
I Machine works.
The other two cases are against
two convicts charged with attempting
to escape from the penitentiary. Their
The disappearance of a little three-
year-old   boy   named   Francis   Hedrick
    gave  the  police  some  work  and  the
gave some interesting | parents a lot of anxiety yesterday afternoon. The father. It. R, Hedrick.
of Liverpool street, left the child on
Sixth street to speak to a man he
saw going past on a dray.
A second after he had uone a kind-
hearted passerby came along, and sec
lng the child there alone, he naturally though; he was lost. He took
him down to Sinclair's shoe Btore,
v i : o someone thought thej i ecog-
nlzed him as belonging to a family on
Tenth street. Chief Bradshaw Just
then came along the street and the infant was handed over to I i'n and he
canled   him   Up  to  Tenth  sireet.  only
to fin I that it did nol belong to anyone there
In thtv' meantime the father bad
missed the little hoy and started a
Crnitless search for him,    Me hunted
for an hour Ol two and then notified
the police.   By thai   time   the chief   had
not returned and the jailer did not
know anv thing about the child. However, just  as the man  was leaving the
station   he  encountere l  chief   it-
shaw coming back from Tenth s'    s
with  the  infant   In  his  arms  an '   i ;e
mystery was explalnuu,
RECALL    FEELING    STRONG
Over 5000  Names to  Ketition to Oust
New York, Oct. 19.���Walter Uelt-
iiiiin and his five companions were
landed here this afternoon by Uie
Bteamship Trent, which picked tbeoi
up at sea alter they had abandoned
their dirigible balloon America, and
failed in t.ie first ai tempt ever made
to cross the Atlantic through the ail-
Loss    Not    Regretted.
None' of the aeronauts expressed regret for the loss ot tiie America. They
agreed that it had served its purpose.
All stan.l ready to renew the attempt as soon as Wellman and his engineer find a way to conquer the dif-
MfiT YFT RFFW lflrATFni,k,,llUes tlm ���^���^������l ,1,eir fln,t trjp
11U I    ILE   ULLll   LUurt I LU ;,0 its thrilling end last Tuesday morn-
ling,  400 miles east of Sandy Hook.
Wellman's   Statement.
Police Spend 2 Days Searching Scott | ...Standing on the deck of the Trent,
BODIES OF BLAKES HAVE
Creek���Now     Informed     Slumach
Slough   It  Retting  Place.
land near Hllman, Mich., after travelling r.55 miles, because cf lack of ballast   to   negotiate   the   flight    across
! Lake Huron.
|    With the Million club aerostat down
Seatt'e's    Mayor. ,,lie  1)01,e   of  ,he   United   States    win-
** Seattle.   Oct.   IU.���Nearly   5000   sig-  nina r.tre re8ts in the Amel IL, pilot-
natures of  voters,  or  more  than  half   ed   by   Alan   R,   Hawley.      The   third
the   required   number   of   8000,   have' balloon w
heen  i laced  on   the  petitions  asking ; jt
for the recall of Mayor Hiram C, Gill
according to a statement issued last landed in Wisconsin near Two Rivers
night at the headquarters of the Pub- yesterday. The balloons which came
He Welfare lea. ue. Although the ,��� 0.,lti, yesterday have cambric hags,
law requires only R000 name, to ac- the others have gas hag? of rubber
i mplUh tbe recall, officers of the The record made by the late Oscar
��� ! pe to 1 ave more than 15,000 Brbsloss in the li'uT race. 873.40 miles,
on their list when the petitions aie has been broken.
ii, .. nte i ,;   the citj  council.
like
hieh is down is the Condor,
thc  Million  Club, did not. at
tempt,   to   cross   Laek   Michigan,   and
Although there seems to he no
doubt that two bodies were discovered
near the shores of Pitt lake, tlie Provincial police liave not yet succeeded
in locating them, although they have
been looking for thiee days.
The news of the finding of the bodies were first brought to the city by
a half breed who gave very Indefinite
instructions as to wheie they were.
He stated that tbey were on Soon
creek, but a thorough search of the.
creek Borne distance from its mouth]trying
failed  to discover them
Wellman made this statement:
"We thought we could not get along,
without the equlllbrator. Now we
find we could not get along with it.
Our plans for the future are indefinite
until we find something that will do
what we thought the equilibratoc
would do."
The direct cause of abandonment of
the America was exhaustion of the
supply of gasoline, which had to be
thrown out to save the ship.
When the crew abandoned the balloon only enough was left to last
about twenty-four hours.
Party    Near    Drowning.
That  Wellman and  liis part,   were
near  drowning   while   the  Trent   waa
to   pick   them   up,   was    made.
known in a message received here to-
" SEVEN YEARS IS LONG,"    F0RT\ HOUSEHOLDERS
SA\S JAP WHEN SENTENEEO,   GETTING REAM TO VOTE
lol
1
lei.
len ��� i       	
I  -   irged    	
';��� 	
Iltti    ���    lng September
ng Si ptember 30     "'-'
i     ol   patients    treated    during
Septembei         1"';
I-                 tlenia treated In mater-
���   pe       -l
Ispital days  19W
: ��� ���             from      paving       patient.
J        11.602.76
|Nnmbi :   tlents   In   hospital    to
h   er  in       '''���
MARY MARTIN, Lady Supt.
AEE    ON    ANXIOUS    SEAT.
| Ruef to  Know Today   If   He  Must  Remain   in   Jail.
o, Oct. hi.���with the
today of the arguments upon an order to show cause why Abra-
Ruef, the former  political   boss.
I nol be remanded to Jail, while
ition   for   ap| ral   against   a
sentence   for   bribery   is
lendiiit   .im,.,.   Lawler   said   that    be
I render a decision tomorrow aft-
���
Scsaki   ,Who   Assaulted   Another
ponese   With   sn   Axe,   Is   Given
Long   Prison  Term.
Nio-
R-euistration   of   Men   Who    Pay    $100
Rent a Year Is Keeping City
i
Clerk  Duncan  Busy.
Con: table Wilkie searched nn Mon-] day. The Trent missed the lifeboat
dav and on Tusel-iv he and W. Mm- by inches in rounding to brave aline
chie went up. All dav Tuesday tbey ito its occupants. The sea was rough
searched going up several .reeks and and several attempts were male be-
searchin. 'ever.- little hav and Irregu- tore the line finally was cast true.
Ilarlty of the lake Bhore. Tl e wort was i Caught m a Gale.
tedious and exhausting and tor a time Wellman say. that after working:
the police thought that they had been .well to sea on Sunday the dirigible
made the victims Of a foolish hoax, -was caught in a thlry-mile north-
However yesterday they received west blow which casried the America
i word that the bodies were not in Scott dear off her course. Night came and.
creek bu* ui Slumach slough, which,the equlllbrator jerked and bumped
is al the extreme north enl of the over the waves, threatening theAn^r-
Iake and e-tends about six miles into  ira, with. de.-. ..cian.    The crew  was
i Anl... V...4-      f..-L��<.��>oJ
MAYOR OF VIC10RIA
WANTS NEW CITY HALE
Provincial Government to Be Asked to
Assist   in   Ambitious   Building
Scheme���Cost $1,000,000.
MURDER
SUSP.CT    IS
NOT   THE    MAN   WANTED
li n.  Oct.   10��� According
* teh  ram received late today by
e Se  niour. lhe man  ar-
:  ���- Willie Saak, who la want-
��������� tlon with the murder cr
"'���t Swan, has been- released in Es-
telllne   Texas, havlna  proved  to the
n  of  Detective  T.  Richards.
'ai   department,  that   he   la
ni1' the  BUBpeCt,
SPREAD OF CHOLERA IS
AfiAIN APPARENT IN ITALY
Victoria. Oct 19;���A scheme for the
expenditure of about a million dollars
in providing this city with a new-
court house and a new city hall, whs
outlined to the city council by Mayor
Morley last night. His idea is to purchase the two blocks fronting on
Vales street, between Blanchard and
Quadra. One of these blocks would
then be used for a new city ball and
the other for a new courthouse, both
buildings   being   made   to   conform   to
the one architectural plan,
The mavor state I he had approached the provincial governmenl on   the
subject   some  time  ago.   hut   tlie   .mu
ernment, while   admitting   that    the
present court house has outlived its
usefulness, declined to go into lhe
project   until   the  location  of  the  uui
Sasaki's case, which has been hanging the for a month or two. is finally
disposed of ami the .lap, who was
found guilty oi wounding with Intent
to do bodily harm, will lhe for the
next    seven   yeais   behind     tlie    high
walls of the Westminister penitentiary,
In delivering the rentence Judge
Howay made some severe comments
on the lawlessness of Orientals in this
province, lie said that lie was determined to put a stop to actions such
as these. Several cases had come up
lately. The men drank u little and
then there was a iiuarrel which generally resulted in serious harm. The
man's plea of self-defence was not sustained, as it was shown that after his
victim had fallen to the floor ha struck
him with the axe.
The sentence was conveyed to the
About forty persona have taken advantage of the opportunity of registering at the city clerk's office as house-
botders, and the chances are that between one hundred ami one hundred
and fifty new voters will he on the
list by the end of October, when the
lists are closed.
The requirements are not very exacting and If all those who wore eligible to register did so, it would make
quite a difference in tlie look of the
voters' lists. Applicants must be of
the age of twenty-one years, be British subjects: have resided in the city
of Xew Westminster for six months
Immediately preceding the time of
the application and unng that time
have paid at the rate of $100 a year.
Whether or not a person who rents a
room and pays more than $100 per
year  for  it   is  eligible  to  vote Is an
priV/merYhrough an Interpreter. Sasa^' ��'jen Question and will be decided by
*-... i. ,.i . k�� the court of rtfvisioi
the mountalnl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mr. Murchie returned lo the city,
but Constable Wllkie" wltb four men
and a coffin, started up the lake yesterday, ft is not probable, even if
the search is successful, that they wlli
return before this afternoon, as the
place where the bodies are suppose I
to be hard to reach and there will
be difficulty in bringing the bodies
out.
ATLANTIC LINES SEEK
CANADIAN MAIL SUBSIDY
Transfer of C. P. R. Empresses to Pacific  Wi'l   Mean   Better Traffic on
Atlantic Oce3n.
kai bore up bravely, but it could be
seen that he did not relish the prospect of his prison term. "Seven years
is a long time." he murmured to the
guard as he passed from the courtroom.
*****************
A.
Owing to the fact that the city
conies this year under the mulnctpal
clauses act the elections will not be
held until January and there is yet no
talk of civic politics. However, there
is a feeling in the air and it is expected that someone will start the ball
rolling pretty soon.
i*
��� ���
Waive Lumber Duty.
Washington, Oct. 19.-���It was
officially announced today that
the duty on lumber from Canada would he waived by the
l'nited States in the interests
of the sufferers from the Minnesota  forest  fires.
*****************
Cabinet Crisis.
Lisbon. Oct. lit ��� There are
rumors of a cabinet crisis. The
minister of war. finance and
public works, it is believed will
resign.
Montreal,   Oct.   1..���Strong   effort;; i
are being made by the Allen, White j
Star,   Dominion,   Canadian   Northern |
and C.  P.  H. Steampshlp lines to secure the  subsidy  of one million  dollars offered by the Canadian  government   for  the  carrying  of   mails   between Kngland an.l' Halifax. X. S., St.
John, X. B, Quebec and Montreal. The
award   will   not   be   made   for   s.imo
time.
The transfer of the C. P. K. Empresses to the Pacific coast, was announced some time ago. will result In
, vastly improved traffic on the Atlantic
'by all the above named linos, as the
C. P. R. proposes replacing the transferred liners hy bigger and t" i. tor
boats, and its rivals will be compe'led
to meet th competition.
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Th
Irty Sven  Cases  Reported   in   Eternal   City   in   Past   Twenty   Four
rs;   Seventeen   Deaths.
Hou
���
, Oct. V.I.���The official  reports
cholera  situation   Indicate  an
Rome
"11   Uie       _
Increase In the spread of the disease.
""nug ihe hist Iwenty-four hours
ll"Uy-seven  new  eases developed.
veiiU'vn  deaths  occurred   duiing
autus [,eiiod.
the
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���
Big Paper Mil'.
Sault Sle. Marie, Oct. 10.���
A ��)iu!lcat��� ���f rutted states
capitalists, backed by William
Randolph Heavst, the million*
:il,(' newspaper publisher, has
announced Its Intention of
���''ectliig   a   $10,000,000    paper
mill
i" this district.
... *-**-____*.
verslty hai been settled. Now that
the university is to ;iO lo Vancouver!
the mayor Is satisfied that the government vvill fall in with his idea, and
thereby make peace with Victoria, It
will lie necessary, however, as hei.
pointed out, for the citizens of the city i*
to agree to ihe project  before the gov-   ?
ernment can he asked to do its shine.
Th.e lwo lots iii que8tlo0 aie    each
mill   hy   .40  leet.    Thev    would    cos!
$.",110,(11111. of which amount the city
and ihe provincial government woul I
each pay half. A city hall equal to
Ihe dignity of the capital would cost
$:i.r>0,00(>. making the iota! cost lo the
cliy hull' a million, The expenditure
of an equal sum by the government
would erect a splendid court houBe.
Mayor Morley explained to tho
council that $160,000 of Ihe necessary
half million can he obtained hy the
sale of the piesent city hull. The remaining $850,000 will have to be raised by debentures, und he proposes to
submit a by-law to the people for thin
purpose at the next municipal elections.
After the mayor had Riven a brief
account   of his proposal,  lt  was  laid
over for one week In order to give the
aldermen a chance to think about lt
.The matter will be brought up ugalD
(next Monday evening.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*J
B.C. SU RPLUS.
Victoria, Oct. Hi.���The financial statement for the fiscal year
ending March :'.l last, issued today, shows a surplus of $2,755,000
in the treasury, sufficient to enable to finance minister to pay off
the entire public debt if this course was considered advisable, The
public expenditure lias greatly increased in the past few years, but
in spite of lliis the administration is in a position to show a balance on  Ihe right  side of two and three quartet' million dollars.
NEWSPAPER    FAILS.
calm, but evhausfed. One after an-
I other slept expecting to waite up in
the sea. The equlllbrator kept up its
constant pounding and threatened to
sweep away  the life  boat.
Wellman told the Trent's passengers that a course was laid for the
Azores, but the veering wind ma ie ft
Impossible to reach the Islands with
the reduced gasoline. Hermuda was
the next hope of the party. On Mow-
day night more gasoline and some
damaged n achlnety were jettisoned
to keep the   '.merlc-i afloat
Tninks   Feit   Possible.
Wellman  hellevcs  that the feat of
crossing the   Atl-i i      In  a  gas   bag
may be accomplished hut that a larger and stronger aerial craft will have
to be built.   He declares the eiiuilibra-
tor was the mistake of the expedition.
Nearly  Described Circle.
Aeronauts   pointed   out .today   tbat
the   America,   the   plaything   of   the
wind, nearly described a circle in her
course.     The   total   distance  covered
wns about  UHiO miles, which is one-
third  the  distance  across the  Atlantic which Wellman essayed tu cover.
The circling course brought the America 350 miles off Cape Hatteras, but
had the 1000 miles covered been made
in a direct course along the transatlantic steamer line, it would have carried the airship about 200 miles eastward of the banks of Xewfouniland.
There is the merest possibility that
the America, relieved of the weight of
the  crew  and   lifeboat^ may  in  some
unvarying   westerly   blow,  be  waffeel"
across  to Europe, though  this is regarded   as   unlikely   as   tbe  dirigible.
|weakened by the impounding  eeiuiii-
hrator, was losing gas.    The gas bag
': may find itself caught In some tropi-
1 cal gale and be blown over tbe Atlsui-
tlc   seaboard.     The   prevalent    belief
(among aeronauts today ls that it will
never be seen again.
tA ����������������������� ������������������������������������������������������***44***
Attempt Made to Dynamite
Home of "Open Shop" Advocate
(land  Ore Oct  19.-What Is be- tree about 200 feet distant from the
Ueml to have been a plot to   dyna- house
llflVHO     LU     s**>* * ***     ���*�����- *r
mite tbe home of Charles K. Henry, a
prominent capitalist and real estate
operator, of this city, became known
,0Tlie "plant" consisted of six sticks
of dyamite, wrapped with about thirty
tsasat ot fuse.
It was discovered by a workman on
Mr   Henry's  premises,   hiddet   ln   a
For some reason, the workman filled to make known his discovery to
Mr. Henry, until today.
Mr. Henry Ib an ardent advocate of
the "open shop" and recently has attracted to himself considerable adverse feeling because of his opposition to certain public Improvements
in the city. ���
Calqary News Sueoends Publication;
Liabilities $60,000 over Assets.
Calgary. Oct. 19.���The Evening
News, editel by Dan McOIllicnddy.
has gone into liquidation, with liabilities ?(lti.000 over all assets.
Several   leidnvr   Liberals   of   the
nrnvince,  who bached the  paper will
I >so  heavily,  these including  Messrs. i
Hnlvea.   Cnr'iin<-V.   Rutherford.   Cross. ]
Oll'er. Fi'ilay and manv other promt-1
nent members of the party. |
Tbe Xews commenced publication
enrly In April. 1007 and had an up-
hll' flsrht ever seen its first number,
belnc hampered through lack o' f"nds.
It plwavs took a vigorous st-nd on
public oeest'O". nnd ""'s a strong advocate" of public morality.
The paber win long be remembered
on account of it having driven Rob
Edwards and the Cnls:. ry Eve Opener
out of Calen'ry. articles denouncing
tbe Rye Opener, and 'tn editor belr.
among the most Kcathln��r eve>- written ln Canada. Editor McOIUloiddv
waa called n����on to defend a libel suit
brought by Edwards and was compelled to pay a small flne, but his campaign for the banishment of the Eye
Opener was successful.
GERMAN ASTRONOMER
DENIES PEARY GOT TO POLE
Proof  Submitted   by  Arctic   Explorer
Insufficient, Declares Profound Teuton;   Reckoning   Unreliable.
Berlin, Oct. 19,���Professor Andrew
Galle, the famous Potsdam astronomer, has announced his conviction
that Commander Robert E. Pesry did
not reach the North Pole and that the
proofs he submitted ln'support of his
contention were Insufficient.
The methods used by Peary In reckoning bis position ln the Arctic, according to Professor Galle, were wholly unreliable.
"Under such conditions, evea if
Perry did reach the pole, be wo��M not
have known It,, asserted Prafennr
Galle. :''H!i w
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, .OCTOBER 20
1910,
Classified Advertisements REAL   ESTATE TELEPHONE GIRLS
A  FOXY  TRICK.
to
WANTED.
IVANTED���BY RELIABLE ACCOUN-
(a;it clerical work, writing up or
opening up sets of,books; collections made; terms reasonable, Ap-
ly ::��� Guichon blocw	
WANTED���A    GOOD    CANVASSER,
ister block. 8 to
Apply room 16, Co
10 a.m. or 4 to 5 p.m
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head   Office        -        451   Columbia  St
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      - Kamloops, B.C
MODERN houses in Edinburgh, Henley an.i Dublin streets, from $2460
and up. This is in the modernized
part of the city. Cement sidewalks
and a block    from   the    c*re    line.
(264-C.)
Creature Wanders Into Exchange and Investigates
Hosierv St vies.
WANTED���GIRL   OR   WOMAN   l'OK:LOTS  on   Edinburgh.
general downstairs work;   must he j    and L0njon stieet;
cook.    Apply  Mrs.  Dr.  Jones, |    choicest.
avenue.
plain
4S Royal
Henley,   Dublin
some    of    the
(261-0.1
ot
WILL   BUY   REASONABLY   PRICED
acreage in vicinity of Westminster,
luso i eai estate or farm land. Owner
must    take    high    class
stock in deal.    Address
44i;, Seattle. Wash.
SEVENTH   avenue  lot, close    to    car
I    line; price $800; one-third cash, balance six and twelve months. (366-C
industrial  NANAIMO  street, cleared    new    lot;
P. O. Box      $'.150; one-third    cash,    balance    six
and twelve months. i,251-C.)
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY. SITU-
ation as clerk in store. Address L,
S., Daily News.
ITHIRD avenue, Burnaby, new house
and two lots, only $1490; WOO cash,
balance to arrange. (288-CQ
AT! HAMILTON  street lot  between  Sixth
WANTED���A  YOCNG  WOMAN
once-   good wages to the right per-      and  Eighth  streets,    cleared,    only
son. ' Apply  Royal City dye works.      $760;  $300 cash, halaice six, twelve
'  '��� '��� !    and  eighteen  months.
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT    .	
for  general   housework.    Good [FIVE  ACRES  In the
girl
wages to the right
Second  street.
drl.   Apply 820
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity  of  New    Westminster
division, close
$ 1' 10 per acre,
anee six and U
Kennedy    sub-
to   car    line.    Price
One-third cash, bal-
'elre months.
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage j
Land. 62 Hastings stieet east.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
Fnll isiXTY ACRES in sectlen 30, township
W ANTED ��� HOUSEKEE PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
8, prairie land. Price $125 per acre;
one-third cash, balance one and
two years. (214-A.)
THIRTY ACRES in section 35, bleck
5 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price $270 per acre.
Terms     over     eighteen      months.
(175-A.)
FOR  SALE.
Ir,n
FOR SALE���ON EASY TKK.MS. SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 271), City.
VOR SALE���$100 SECURES A NEW
modern four or five roomed cottage,
close to car line, 50x100 foot lots.
Enquire British Canadian Securities,
Columbia street, T. R. Pearson,
manager.   Plione 768.
FIFTY   acres   in   section   32,
north, range 2 west, N. W. D
solutely  the best subdividing
position   in   Port   Masn   district  today.     Why ?    The  terms  are  one-
fifth cash, and    tho   balance   ever
TEN YEARS, with interest at 6 per
cent. (
New York, Oct 19.���Twenty-flve
those gifted elocutionists who operate
switchboards for the New York Telephone company in tiie Murray Hill
-land Bryant exchange, in Thirty-
.[eighth street near Broadway, weie
freightened almost into hysteria a few
evenings ago. when a timid and unprotected mouse got loose in the
locker room on the seventh floor.
This is the room in which the operators keep the chocolate eclairs, charlotte russe and other nutritious foods
Whey take to work with them to keep
! up their strength during their hours
! of ease. The twenty-five members of
j '.he night shift had all quit telling per-
i sons the line was busy, the telephone
| had been temporarily discontinued
1 ind to look in the book and get the
j "Ight number and Had gone to the
| seventh floor to partake of their col-
I Iation.
Just as a statuesque young goddess
'attacked  a  quarter  section  of  lemon
I meringue pie a shriek of terror rang
through  the    room,    >"\>.  there    was
nothing the matter with the pie, but
] right   there   near   the   patent   leather
I toe of the goddess was a mouse.   The
Infuriated animal was pawing the air
and  lashing  himself into a  demoniac
rage. , ��-. ��
Oh. girl.;,," cried the lemon merin-
que queen, "run for your lives."
I    Glimpsing the ferocious  mouse the
bleck   5 terrified young women obeyed.    Some
sb-; cf  them  ran  on  the  flat  toward  the
pro- elevators.    Others sent  in for hurdle
Boys Used Gum on End of Stick
Rob Store cf Bills.
Rochester, Oct. 19.���For some time
money has been missed from the cash
exchange of a large departmental
store. A watch was set. and today the
police Bolved the mystery, when they
caughl four small boys Ashing hank
uttie.-- oft the piles by means of a
stick pushed through the steel screen.
on the end of which was a piece of
gum. The bills readily stuck to the
gum. and hauls of from $10 to $20
were mule at a time. The boys were
arrested.
ror
laving of con-
See Ball of Fire in Sky.
Portland, Ore., Oct. l..���Hundreds
of people in this city last nlghl were
attracted by a ball of fire, apparently
as laree as an electric arc. in the
southeastern sky. The object appeared to liave.a short tail, which extended perpendicularly down from it. it
was lirst noticd about ',:?,<> p.m.,
growing in brilliancy until 8:15. when
it hesan gradually to fade, disappearing entirely about  10 o'clock.
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tenders  for  Paving  Third  Street.
The corporation invites tendeis
from street paving companies
grading, street paving,
crete sidewalks and construction ol
storm sewers for Third street trom
Royal avenue to Sixth avenue. Paving companies will be required to [
state term of years they will guarantee their paving and percentage of
money the corporation can retain during the period of guarantee; also tin-
steepest grade their pavement Is safe
for horse traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications and
further information can be obtained
from ,1. W. B. Blackman, City Engineer.
Canvassing aldermen or ratepayers
by representatives of Paving Companies strictly prohibited.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5 o'clock on Monday,
October 31, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. New Westminster, October, 19,1910,
School Supplies
AND JEVERYTH
YOU NEED
  A T ...
NG
NOTICE.
The Corporation of the City of New
Westminster has deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
and in the office of the Registrar of
Deeds for the District of New West-
C1TY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1910 has
been completed and that the same
mav be seen at this office for thirty
days  from the date  hereof;   and  any
minster. British Columbia, *\t New
Westminster plan and description of
the proposed site for laying steel
pipe line or water main under the I erased
Brunette river in the Province of
British Columbia, and after one
month from the flrst publication hereof will apply to the Governor in
Council   for  approval   thereof.
Dated  this  Third  day   of   October,
1910.
W.
Clerk of the Munlclpa
Corporation   of   the
Westmlnstei.
A. DUNCAN,
Council of The
City    of    New-
person who shall claim to be added to
the said Voters' List, or any elector
who shall desire to have any name
therefrom, must prefer his or
her request In writing, signed with his
or her name, and shall deliver or
cause same to be delivered to the City
Clerk within the time herein before
specified.
W.  A
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street���-665
New Westminster, B. C.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B, C.
Telephone R  113. Office:   Prlncesi St,
City
ster. M
Clerk's   Office.
C, October 15
DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
New  Westmln
1910.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $1100 per acre;
$3000 cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen  months at 7  per cent,  in
terest.
(222-A.)
SURREY
ACRES in northwest quarter of
section lit. township 2. $290 per
acre; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent. Interest. (201-A.)
FOR SALE ��� SUBURBAN HOME
comprising six *.r seven acres right
on the interurban car line between i 1Q
Central Park and Westminster.
Good nine roomed bungalow, excellent water and windmill, large |
sheds.    The land is all cleared and
there are a quantity   of   fruits   of	
bearing age. This ls one of thej five ACRES in section 18, township
most convenient along the line and j *, on Newton road. $15�� per acre.
we can recommend it. Price $13,500; :    Terms over two years. (*1-A.)
44500 cash, balance on terms.   E. N.    -������	
Sutherland,   Merchants   bank   build-] LANGLEY
ine. New Westminster. [FIVE   acre   tracts,   consisting   of   the
FOB, SALE���FIVE ACRES   IN   CITY
limit, all cleared. $700 per acre fori
this month $1600 cash.     Murakami,
P. O.  Box 211A Vancouver.
FOR   .SALK���CASH    REGISTER.    IS
inches wide, double key board, first
class condition.    Cheap.    Apply La Through our branch
A.   Reid.   Columbia  street,   next   to
tram office.
most fertile soil ia Langley dis
tricts. cleared and la a high stite
of cultivation; tram line runn!n.
through the property; good roads
on all sides. Piice $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
racing  seeking  refuge  on  chairs and  COAST  LAND  DISTRICT  RANGE  2.
tables,  their  well    modulated    voices I 	
pitched at a key that would have made      Take notice that I. William Robert I
a  long    distance    conversation    with  Dick,  0f   Vancouver.   B.C.,  ocenpation !
-1-A.)   Hong Kong distinctly audible. I real estate dealer, intend to apply fori
Elated with the attention he had | permission to lease 200 acres of land!
attracted and anxious to make his [bounded as follows: Commencing at'
part of tlie entertainment an unquali- a post planted at the east side of thel
fled success, the mouse, growling je.treme head of the north arm of
savagely, the young woman said after-'Dralney's inlet, thence east 40 chains.;
ward, dashed toward every pair of Ox- thence" south 5�� chains, thence west'
ford ties and silk stockings in sight. 40 chains, thence north 50 chains toi
He was kept pretty busy because post of commencement. Purpose for'
there were many in sight.
No human mind ran forecast with
accuracy what terrible things coul 1
have occurred had not the mouse re-
memberel that it had a family at
home. It gave over on its panic producing antics and ran away. The
young    wompn    cautiously    descended
from their altitudinous    refuges    and
resumed   relations  with     the    cream
puffs and the sponge cake.
In soi;;e humble home in this great
city  that  night  a  mouse enliglitenc.l
his family circle concerning the latest
fall  modes  in  feminine  footwear and
which it is required, quarrying.
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 27th. 1910.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOM COTTAGE
nearly new. e'ectric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300
balance i2't per month. Box W. S.,
Dailv News.
FOTt SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
s-ieet. Apply oa premises for particulars or 512 Fourth street, New-
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
office at Kati-
loops we have received some of the
best fruit Unds in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
hosiery.    Mrs. Mouse and the    Mljsi
Mouse   mu/   drop  into   the  telephone 1
exchange  themselves  to see  whether
father really
about.
knows what lie is talking
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office        .       451  Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
3ranch Office Kamloops, B.C.
HAS PLAN TO COLONIZE
B. C. PROVINCIAL LANDS
ADVERTISE   IN THE DAILY NEWS
JOSEPH TRAVERS
FOR   SALE.
i Real    Estate.    Auctioneer,    Valuator,
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. NEW-: Loans and Insurance.
ly   furnished,   first-class   board;   all ; Walker Block. Columbia street. Phone
borne cooking.    Terms very reason-1 Office 703,  Residence  L611.
able, a: 513 Agnes street.
TO RENT���A LARGE FRONT BED-
room. furnished. Appiy Arrow Press.
���03 Victoria street, near Daily
News.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURN-
i- ei front bedroom, suitable fit-
two gentlemen. Apply Box J. S.,
Daily New3.
FOUR-ROOM
Price $2000.
HOUSE,    lot    cleared.
Terms to suit.
Vancouver. Oct. 19,���Hon. Price
Ellison, minister of finance, is in
Vancouver today en route to England
where he will revisit the scenes of
his youth. During his stay in London
he will take up with Hon. J. H. Turner, agent-general for British Columbia, the question of colonizing the vacant   lands of  this  province.
It is said the government at tlie
next session of the legislature will introduce a measure in connection with
the colonization project Hon. Mr.
Ellison will promote in England. Surveys of agricultural lands will be undertaken with the object of having all
the data available for intending immigrants.
Sentjto Approval A pg
To Responsib ,e People   % W>***3    "
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
V/jc Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the Loca
Improvement General Bylaw, 1909, notice i3 hereby given thai the Assessment Roll for local improvements on
Columbia street frott the east line of
i Fourth street to the west line of Leopold Place Is open for inspect ion at
the office of the Assessmenl Commissioner in the City Hall. New Westminster, British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person Intereste 1 ln
any of the properties included therein
desires to appeal from such assessment he should within the period ol
eleven illi days from the first publication of this notice, ghe notice to
the undersigned in writing of hla i:i-
11   to   appeal.
d the 15th day of October, A.
0.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City  Clerk
Date of first publication October 17.
1910.
NOTICE.
$
Thut
Two
Popular
Articles
ter enN
Poii
paid
to any
address
SEVEN-ROOM   cottage   ori    car
Price $2,35o, on easv terms.
line.
SIX-ROOM modern cottage, lot in fruit
trees.    Price $2600;  terms.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM. COR-
cer AgiMM and Seventh streets.
FUR ST?
tnoLr
HED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
719   Trow   ***_*****
FOUR-ROOM  cottage, $1600;  terms.
SIX-ROOM  modern cottage on Fourth
street. Price only $2600, on terms.
Gave  Life for Ireland.
New York. Oct. 19.���His health shat
tered. following a struggle of years in
an attempt to free Ireland from the
rule of Great Britain. O'Donovan
Ros:;a is critically ill at his home in
New Brighton, Staten Island. Rossa,
over eighty years old, is broken under
a strain which had its inception during the years he was confined in jail
in England. His death is hourly expected.
.1
Bl IncaiB Kail So LtiBA.
IfuHraiiooi tua fcaact,%iu
Kvery pen guaranteed
full U Kt. M-liU Gold���cut
on right hand may be fc��d
in either our standard
black opa<?ne pattern, or
llfttoo-breakable Transpai-j
l����t. is de��red, either in J
plain or encrarnt finish,
*��� preferred.
y**n n��f trTttHs j**** * **���**,
If y��m ds ��<r*find it H npra#nte4,
��� tetter artel* then *-~i r******
I mm for Twin two ?*ii waciai
fie* la ***** ��1b��r meie. (f *���*���
���ottwly i*ir. fsrU-7 in *rr*rj t**-t
*tp*Kt r**n���� it ml we *ill  Mnd |
i-o* 9no tut a.
CVt e*t 1 trr || oor f��m* .i�� and \
foaslar B��o G*n�� i. _ fspeii,
ro��pl��t�� Ink proal bin. ph, Mr
h* carried jr. er-. -���** t *u 1
pncl"* ot   (!. t-'i  1 ef, **T*i*-a* a
ttiij *':*>i* at .rtit-ti-h.   rwn
nnm itprinr) f**'l. !rMiiiiB}fl
r��r1nl, r*��ti��hw1 *Blr��nt7*4 n-M��tT
<**���*. ai*"f* r**t* fri��b Ratal) I
t*��rrwS��ire t*.r ���? W Xr*r*u \
*��t.*-t**4 Wr*** .nr l��-ml. "t
Dow " Itil joq ftofftt '     AA<tT*n*t  i
|^ Laughlin Mfg. Co."*|
MajMtlc Bldg .
Detroit, stir*
NOTICE  IS   HEREBY   GIVEN   that
1 The Corporation of the City of New
'��� Westminster  has deposited  with  tlie
! Minister  of  Public   Works  at   Ottawa
land In the offlce of the    Registrar of
I defds  for the  District of  New  West-
I minster,    Biitish    Columbia,   nt    New
j Westminster plan  and  description  of
[the   proposed   site    for    laying    steel
pipe   line   or   water   main   under   th.e
north arm of the Kraser River in the
Province of British Colombia, and after one month from the first   publication hereof will apply to the Governor
in Council for approval there of.
DATED this Third day of October,
1!U0. W. A. DUNCAN.
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster'.
COAST   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 500 acres of land
bounded as follows: Commencing at
a post planted 200 yards above tide
water on the river entering the head
of Dralney's inlet, thence north loo
chains, thence west BO chains, tlience
south 100 chains, thence east 50
chains to post of commencement. Pur-
j pose for wliich it ls required, quarrying.
I WILLIAM  ROBERT DICK.
I     Dated September 26th, 1!U0.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many Peoplp who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.
**'isiness   Accounts   opened
o& favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTE..,   B    C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
KOOM TO RENT���A '���orr.fortable fur-
n.HV.-l bedroom -..'������ e for two
gentlemen.   Apply at. 233 l"h St.
TO R K S T ��� N tCEL Y . D RNISHED
room B.ltable for two. Handy to
business section.    Apply  12'.* Tenth
A   NEW  modern  bungalow furnished,
ement  foundation. $400 cash;   balance |20 per month.
WE   have   houses   in  all   parts  of
city on easy terms.
LOTS.
TO   LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS.  AP-  TWO lots all  clsared and on car line,
p:y
���"oh
;; st iin Trapp   hlock,   corner
$15       e tsy terms.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
j-noins. T1 2 Third avenue. Apply
-after 6 p. m. or hetween 9 a. m. and
5 p.  m. at Room  14. G23 Columbia
��trwl
LOST.
FULL-SIZED LOT on Hamilton street.
Price $700; one-third ca&h; balance
to arrange
FULL-SIZED LOT on Nanaimo street,
all  .slashed;   |6S0, on easy t^rms.
LOT   on   Princess   street,   all   cleared.
Price $575;  anv kind of terms.
	
THOSE  are  just a few on   our   list;
XOST ��� BLACK-FRINGED    SHAWL I    come in and look over our selection
wrap.    If    finder    returns    to    515 \    before buying elsewhere.
Twelfth   street   a   reward   will    be I
Kiven.
JOSEPH TRWERS
tir    p    \1/I4|XF I Real     Estate,    Auctioneer,    Valuator,
W.  r.   VVniIE. Loans   and   Insurance.
Architect and Building Constructor,   j Walker Elock. Columbia Street. Phone
Specialist in Steel. Reinforced Con- Office 703, Residence L611.
crete and  Modern  Building Construe-1
Lion.    Telephone 8*t>.
Room   13   Dominion  Trust   Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY       NEWft NEW WESTMINSTER
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paper htm gert
and Decorators.
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phene 567.
t        B. C
are wKat we like most, because we have a Hat
which is so flexible that it fits you no matter what shape your head may be.
THE  SHAPES
this year are not nearly so freakish as in the
past. and you will also find that they suit
you better.
The Hawes    The Christie    The Stetson
$4.00
The Wardrobe
Clothier
���*** ��� *_t ���***. *������
$2.00   to
M. J. Phillips,
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebee��� Liverpool.
Laurentic      Oct. 29
(New, triple screw, 14,S9^ tons.)
Canada  Nov. 5
Megantic    ��. Nov. 12
Dominion   Nov. 19
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool.
(Christmas Sailings. 1
Laurentic     Dec. 3
Canada          Dec. 10
The Laurentic and Megantic **'
new White Star steamers���th elargMt
and most modern from Canadian
ports.
For rates, berth reservnti ms, e'c-
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent C. P. R-
W. F. BUTCHER, Agent G. N. �����
T. H. LARKE. N. P. C. P. A.,
619 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash'
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
i Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue^
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro-
Bear The Dailj News Co.. 609 Victoria
Street
Trr a "WANT* ad In The
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).J_SiijmS\       \t rHURSDAY. OCTOBER 20,  1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Rank of Montreal
ya     ESTABLISHED 1817.
Spanish
'asbington
War
Ocl
Taxes   Due.
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
RESERVE   	
i ���. throughout    Canada    and
�����'��;' r,      .. m London, EDg
S'york. Chicago and Spokane,
and Mexico City. A general
'   business     transacted.     Let-
bn"14"-'        ,,,  iBHueii.    available    with
.    ��� ,undlu
land,
D.6.A.
;. Credit issued
In    all    parts  of    thi
'' dents
Rani
i, 'sums of  $1   and upward
.,,���,*..' at 8 per cent, pei
[present rate).
over  1180,000,000.00
1 .���The aupn i-i.
'���oun  of the  United Statei   toda;
fused a rehearing In the Hertz Wood
man case, and thus the Spanl      .��� ,
r"">  war  taxes on  Inheritan ���
" istaton  who died In the    e -
dlately   preceding   July   1,   i;m
cau ie < ollectible.
ONLY ONE MORE        CU
SKEENA SEASON
OF ACQUISITION
The Blue  Mouse
Imme
.    i e
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
G. T. P,   Will   Crowd   Out Orkney   Islands Mortgaged
Steamboats by 1912���Na-i   to  Scotland    and    Later
Foreclosed On.
vigation N earing End.
Hiiim11'
Total
Department���Deposits I    Re lots in. n, L2, 13, it. ir.
'and 18, block  ',2 ol sectb n 3   bio :i
North range 7, west in the distil -i ol
' ���    We train stei
v.'hklka.   proof of the la     n   cei
tiflcate ol  title numbei   3379P, li
In the name of Sarah Mlchli  hi    bi i
Bled in this offlce,
NOTICE   IS   HKUKI'.V   GIVEN that
I shall, ai the expiration oi one month  tlle Skeena       e      The Grand Trunk
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
n  li. BRYMNER, Manager
' '   i   la, Oct, 19.���James Thorn] son,
' ua        ol   the   Hudson s    Baj
compan; , win   i. ���    rei ui at d  from  his
ns ection to the ��� ���
.   posts, stated  to  tlie
i Imei toda    tha   n<      . eai  vou!
steamboat   navigation  on
The character ol "The Blue Mouse"
in a farce of the Bame name d luhtlesa
wlll live for manv ueasi ns to come, ll
being an extremelj original and In-
terestlng type of Btage portraiture.
The late Mr, Fitch, who adapted the
farce from the Herman, has made her ed at the opera house on Friday ecu.
a vaudeville performer, who. when lng.
the story begins is a headliner at tl
so swiftly that the audience has Kreal
dlfflcultj   in   keeping   pace   with   the
situation. The cast includes Grace
Merrltt, Wilton Taylor, Inda Palmer
Guy D'Ennery, Margaret Siegel, jonn
1-: Hynes, Gordon Mendelssohn, W. G
Reynier, Frank Holbach, John Dunn**.
Marj MacGregor, I loi i ��� Kraker,
Manuel Alexander and others.
The Blue Mouse" wlll bo present-
Westminster
Transfer Co
office
���phOUA    1����- BarD    'Pfc0ne   187
Columbia Btreet.
Bafgag*   lellvered   promptly     o
my  part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM   DEPOT.
"    'hi    dale  ol   the   first   public!      ll
1 ��� eof, In a dally newspaper publish-
1 li the city of New Westminster, is
sue a duplicate ol the said certlflcate,
unless In the meantime valid objection be made to me In writing.
C. S, KEITH,
District Registrar or Titles.
Land  Registry Otlice. New Westminster, !.   . -.   Septembei   27, 1910.
Paclfi uev. almost comple ed
to   Copi ���       : e     and   Mr.  Thou,; son
: i lim Bhoul I be In oi oration a-  fa   a     iazelton by the sp-, lng
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F, G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
onrnr.  I    Westminster  Trust  Bulldln.
I     ...  Westminster, B. C.
Residence   Phone  133
"To The
General Public"
ol  191
As: , . anj   )i-,t,i   madi
any ai foi usinf thi     i
I ��� ������������   n   ind Porl Simpson on an-
othe   ro iti   ro lowlnj   the clo	
'. hompson    said
1 ��� ���   probablj   be
 p    i'     ,   a ,.    There was
1 piesi        . iffi tent busi-
Orkney was the great recruiting
ground In Olden times of the Hudson's
Hav company. Ii waa from the hardj
Islanders that thev obtained the sup-
pl o men for factors, clerks and voyagers, To many oi their descendants
bi lei review ol the history of
Orknej  Bhould be Interesting.
Il would appeai that very little is
known ol the Orkneys before the
siKth century. The islands are supposed to have heen inhabited by a
ch ol the i yf ... Pic a p >ople
whose relies an l monuments te
;' eir hav lng bet n a bold and war-
Ill ,  i eople.
From   i he elj hi h   cenl ury  onwardi
; he Island    i   i i    indi i
nmst   prominent   variety   theatre   on
it: oadwaj.
Augustus     Rollette,   secretary     to
Presldenl   Llewllyn, of the Inter-state
i ailroad, is anxious of being pro not
1 lie realizes the weakness ol   hli   en
ployer,  which  is to  flirt   with  everj
pretty girl he meets.    He hits upon i
i'i m,    therefore,   ol    employing    the
much-talked-of "Blue Mou ie" and having her pose as hli  wife and, while in
this guise, wheedle from tin  president
his  pro'motlon.    The  scheme    wo
excellently   until  Mrs.    Lewellyn,    a
fadod-out ladj of middle ave. disco i
the alleged  Mrs.  Rollette In  the embrace of her husband.   Lewellyn very
graciously In trod iii es the ladj  as the
".; e of his   sect etary,   not    knowing
thai  she has met  the real  Mrs.  Rol
lett >, Complications follow each other
OVER  $2000 SUBSCRIBED.
T. P. O'Ccnnor Gets Liberal Contributions to Party Fund.
Vancouver, Oct. 19.���Con Iderably
over $2000 has been subscribed in
Vancouver toward the funds of thr-
Irish parliamentary party as a result
of the visit and addresses of T. P.
O'Connor, At noon toda: subscript! i
v e ��� coming In and it was stated
ii was Impossible to then g ��� the
exacl   amount   raised,
Mr, O'Connor left    tor Victoria   ot>
the morning heat, being ai inted
bv one of Ills   Vancouver  supi o
He  vvill   return   tomorrow   an 1   Is  expected to remain in the city for a few
davs.  going  from    here    to    Seattle;
whi  e he will continue liis campaign.
TAKE   NOTICE.
Phone  661
HOSPITAL
ster   P.'vnte   Hospital.
������ i,send    i't.      Mate- nitj
non-contagious     medical
���epted.     Terms    from
|y.   For further parth-u-
|j    to   Hospital.   Tele-
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes for Ladies from .12V_
to kee
bui ���
'i ni' Skeena business, Mr, Thompson
dded, would probably be confined to
i  have the best  potatoes grown In  navigation  between    Kitselas canyon
B  ('. a' cheapei  rates per sack, or by and Hazelton ni   I
;|<   ton, delivered anywhere    In    the  P, would be In
city  limits of New  Westminster free  freight   from  Prln
ol char. e. se as.
Satisfaction guaranteed.   Give your     The season of navigation   on    the
order now and get delivery same day.  river  is  now  rapidly  drawing    to    a
Don't forget ihe address. close.    Two feel  below
-    to wi rranl the  s andinavia   but ll s -en 6 that Orkney
i    o bu amers, but tne  becan e  at   thli   ti ne  felmply  a   base
��� iunt       -  di   eloping fast and a year'from which bchl   had buccaneers and
hen ild   be  BUfflclem
as the G. T.
position to handle
ce   Kupert    to  Kit-
HATT COOK
The  Potato Merchant and Auctioneer.
527   Front  St..   New   Westminster.
Phone 550.
Iil&! wayraen ot the sea ravaged the
oth stern-wheelers adjoining coasts ol Scotland aad even
Norway.
Orkney was restored to Great   Britain in a very curious deal which was
made aboul the year 14(18 between tiie
then   King  of  Denmark. Sweden    and
Norway and the Kins; of Scotland. His
Scandinavian  Majesty,    Christian    I.,
was ihe proud possessor ol a charming  dan. liter.   Margaret, of  whom  ihe
a   Scottish monarch happened to become
the enamored.   Christian I  agreed to   the
the' marriage,  but  the  canny   Scotchman
and  bargained for a dot or dowry of Bi 0
on Friday last the river was four florins, and eventually tiie Danish
inches below this mark. Yesterday, monarch agreed. True to the very
however, the river was reported rising best traditions of his native country,
with the height at one foot seven Kins; .lames desired that
Inches below zero and both of the for the dowry
...    - in'8     Baj     company's     steamers
Ate Unwisely ?
Sometimes people do. and suffer,
because the stomach balks.
^tkET$
relieve the discomfort at once, and help digest the overload.    The lover of food
things may feel quite safe with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand.
50c. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c. and we
will mall them. 34
National f>.-�����_- and Chemical Co. af Canada, Limited,        .... Montreal,
lowest   depth  ol   water  at  which
Skeena can  be safely negotiated
c.
open
face
gents'
ppnts'  opt-n    case
and
Blgl n
Silver Watches,
|6 OC.
gllvei  Watches,
|7.50 up.
for    Waltbam
Watch *.
V,  :      ���     airing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
^nru i- II ��� ���   II   ��� ���
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
to cn
and 4
li   P.
Cycle.
Tt��'.h
Local  Agents
stmlnster Iron Works
53.
Westminster.
Phone
St.,   New
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Sternwhee'er
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Port Mann
Ten acres in section 21, range
2, al $1000; one-quarter cash.
Twenty acres in secion 20,
ranee 2, at $1000;    one-qnarter
For    subdivision,    these    ave
n   d< : n al i rt
City Property
First > lass   l< ts   on Se\ enth
i i  ie, single oi   do     -      well
t rated, 6Gxl
buj.
G i I did n-  h ' - on  E
avenue, ne     v:> i ��� ad Btreet. En-
ire abi     ��� iis; there is monej
to be made.
Houses
We have a number of choice
houses  for sale  from   .1600,  foi
$250 iash, balance easj. to $12
000.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
reached  Prince Unpen  yesterday,    lt
is   e> i ected   I hat   each   steamer   will
as a surety
the Orkneys should be
mortgaged in ihe ease ci] non-payment.
King   Christian   could  nol   find   more
than  10,000 florins out  of    the ti ������ I
make one more trip before navigation dowry promised, so rue Scotch   kin
i o Is   ���'��� I !  '.:  vv ill allow of 250 tons of
lying in the company's ware-
I ousi - i : Pill ce Rupi rl to be ch an< I
u;..
C:
lELEY'S HOME HAS
PLAN  FOR M!
close i oti the Islands as part   of
bargain.
From that   day  to  this  the  Dani '���
-   has i.'" i r claimed the Islands,
c ��� sequent ly  I hey  i>,;r,.     becomi
thi erty o   Greal   Bi Itain     11    -
VIO^IAL these linle pearl-Islands    of    thi   ex-
tremi   not th   beea i     inseps rably  set
���    s in the British crown, and in
m
���::".':
"      '"; T1"'.        '    '������-,.   ,1 people of the O
... \   -.   .-v. ..ere   !,   , .    ;    was
planning an elaborate ce'ie-
b rn, aie
tor Fel        -      next, the cen-
!   of bis birth.    A
commit   ���       -  i ��� ��� u   ippolnted to receive su a from all ot er the
ed Stati     to help the c
cai iv  oul  thei]   plans,    ihd    also   to
erect a 11ting n e i o lai at Cha] ���
;i commemorate the memorj   of the
���   i  journalist.
��� ids ������ ���     tve now tme and lo;
|ects of t>.<   ��� guarding   ��� 11
In    Bi U ain';
camp.
Stvo .mess, the cai Hal. has a magnificent bailor'and is an Important
fishing town and has one of tlie Inrg-
eel an! best equipped distilleries In
the north of EJngland, the product of
which  is largely exported to Canada.
WE CALL
*obin Hood Flour
"The Flour tliat is Differ ent
-���*}
y
-_'��� :���>��� ���
��� '-h
tWi
wm
Leaves lSraclunan-Kcr Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, with
passengers nnd freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Lea-.es Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri-
flay and Sunday nt 'n.m,
First Ciass Pa����enger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
Westminster
GARAGE
In
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Perma-ient Loan Co.
The old farm and homestead In ���=
Which tiMelev made his home when
candidate tor president of the United
States Is still stan ling here and is at
resent occupied by his daughter. Mrs,
Gabrlelle Greeley Clendenln, The old
wi oden type case on which Mr. Gree-
lej learned t-.e printing trade is in
the old home,
The Greeley memorial committee
consists of John 1. D. Bristol, chairman; Victor Gulnzourg, vice-chairman; Jitcob Krlich. treasurer; Edwin
Bedell, secretary; Gedrge Hunt. Wilbur Hyatt, George D. Mackay, .lohn
Mi-Koeson. jr.. and Allien Turner.
Thej have made no announcement vet
as to what the memoiial is to be, but
ji is quite certain that It wlll either
be a building with a bronze bust In
I relief above the entrance or a statue
ta s ime beautiful spot frequented and
I enjoyed by Mr, Greeley during his
lifetime.
mCANADIAN PACIFIC
W  RAILWAY CO.
NX'e must stand ready to r^ove
it and also prove that the deference is so marked, so worth
while, that you will feel this is
the flour you ought to use.
That is exactly where we do
stand.
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MOOSE W 5A5K. .51
MISS
eo .i��*icc:
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:45���fo Seattle, Port Moody, Hai
nett  and Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver.
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancouver and local points.
16:06���To St. Paul. Kootenay point*
nnd Sumas.
16:45���To Vancouver and local
points. Agassiz and local points.
19:85���To Montreal and Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
A MURDER CHARGE.
Arrivals.
Montreal.
All
Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories. ���
Repairs Promtply  Executed.
' i- en   and   Sixth   Pt.   New
minster B, C, Phone 364.
JOHN   DOBSON,  Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
Capital  Charge  Will   Be  Laid  Against
New  York's   Biggest  Coward.
New York. Oct. 19.���The authorities
set  the wheels  in  motion    today    to
railroad the trial    of .v.tolph.    better and local points,
known as "Pickles" Berg, the 21-year      16:15���From Vancouver,
old youth accused of having held lit-      18:45���From     Vancouv
��� e Charley  Fisher in front of htm as  aad  local  points
7:43���From
Port   Moody.
.:10���From    St.    Paul.
Kootenay and Sumas.
10: IS���From     Agassiz.
Vancouver
Okanagan
Vancouvei
Seattle
at*
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George
""ii   rent   Ion"     1S'i>   knots.
Largest-Surest-Swlftest.     3B00  tons.    MO  reet ionj. i"��    ���
save   Vancouver    i.lo.itmton Wlu.rft   ^VPRIN",r^"T0    '   .   S.
m.   Monday   and   Fi Iday      Close connections at   Prince  Kuput   oy
S.  "PRINCE   ALBERT"   to   Stewart   on   arrival   of   S.   S.
RUPERT" and "PRINCE GEORGE."
PRINCE  ALBERT"  also  leaves   Prince  Rupert   for J^f JJ.JJ
���n. Monday and tor Queen Charlotte.    City    and    Island     1
h   m. Tluirsdny. . _ ,  a���t,���.j���v
Wednesday and Baturqay.
B shield while Harry Oreenwald. alias
"Biff" Clark, shot at him.
The  district  attorney  will    ask   the   points
grand jury to indict Berg for first de-1
tree  murder,  In    having  caused    thel
death of the  little  Fisher  hoy.    ue
will act under the section of th.e code
' which makes it murder, punishable by
electrocution, when the "act is imminently dangerous to others and
evincing a deprave I mind, regardless
Of human life, although without a pre-1
meditated design to effect the death
of anv In lividual."
20:40���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal    and
W'e ask you to take no risk.
Buy a bag of ROBIN HOOD
and give it two fair trials. If it
does nof prove perfectly satisfactory, so satisfactory lliat you, too,
say, "It is really the flour that is different/' ycu may
take it to your grocer and he wi'.. give you back
your money.
Will you mak- the trial on your ne*: floUr order?
THE SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS C3.
MOOSE JAW, SASK. limited
Xicola
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your * kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
ED GOULET, Agent C.
H.  C.   B.   FOSTER.  A.  G.   P.  /
couver.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
cars between
For VICTORIA and SEATTLE i'.OO  P-   "i
Solid   delete   vestibule   trains of coaches -ind ��l��eP,ng       Vork    Tor
Chicago,   Detroit,   London,   Hamilton,   N'a0""f*j^6,e track railway
onto.  Montreal.   Portland.  Boston, etc.    Longest douoie
u"der  one  management  on  the American  continent.
For rates   time tables, booklets und full information, passenger or
^"f'' HPP" t0 L   V. DRUCE,
H  G- SMITH, commercial A. ��nt.
_  OitJ l'un.eaB��r nnd Ticket AP��if Telephone 3060.
T��lephone 7100.    527 Granville Street,  Vancouver.       �� ��f
��eNE��AL AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMWtP LINES.
BIT  BY   PRISONER.
Constable, Victim of Peculhr Assault.
Now Iti Critical Condition.
Toronto.  Oct.   19.���Aa    a  result    of
having been bitten    by   a    diseased
criminal,  Provincial  Constable  Angus
Povlor. of Tiiossiion. is believed tn be
Mi a serious'condition, antl  is  under-
j_olnff'   medical    trea*lniont.    Tuesday
lu> capturdd  Walter Brady, known  to
the officers of law as "Kid" Brady, on
a train between ThessalOil and Blind
I'RlN'er,    Brady escaped with a prisoner
! under  sentence  to  serve  six  months
for runntn.   a gambling Joint    in Co-
|balt      In  his  diseased   condition    lie
i was found unfit to work in the prison
'camp ��t Matheson. While belli,   taken
Uo  North, Bay  jail  on  September 26
I he escaped. ���
I    w^ieh discoverefl on the tt;ain be-
Iraiise of his repeated requests to the
I conductor  to see  if there  were any
! provincial  cfinstables on    board,    he
fou. ht like a demon.   Taylor is   one
iof the bIgliest men on the force, and
in slwV 6_4*r had Brady down, and
'waa altt'ihf on    him'    While'' down
Brady bit the officer.
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
R f Vm*z\^ Qailinfi^ &��� behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
D.b. LUdM W.50imiya and impuritieS) and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying, materials
STEAMSHIPS   PROM   VANCOUVER '
to   Victoria.
10:00 a.m    Daily ;
1:00 p.m   Daily j
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a.m   Daily
tl:0Q p. m   Dally except 8nturday
11:30 p. m  Saturday |
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m    Dail?
to union and comox. *rv\^nnti tn ^rlpatise
3:00 p.m      Mondays ! portions   VO   Ciedn&C   _^
8'C0 a. m...Thursdays a. d Saturdays j easily,    vigOTOUSly, j^l:
11:00 p.m.  T0.ALASEvery Saturday   and without harm tO
TO  PRINCE  RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat.
TO 8TEWART (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m   Every Thursday
S. 8.  Bearer leaves New Westmln
���ter 8 a,m. Monday. Wednesday and
Fridays; leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday,   Thursday   and   Saturday*
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
C. B. W.STER,
A. O. P. A. VaucouTer.
in just the right pro-
fabric, utensil or
hands.
uLet the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Mate by THE N.  K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
Miken otFAIRY SOAP, the oval    '
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILV NEWS.
THURSDAY,  OCTOBER  5
0. 19;i
The Daily News |
t��aWl*i>e<3 by The Dally -News Publlsn-
tog Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   ol    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
tm A. Paige Managing  D'rectar
THURSDAY,  OCTOBER   20.   1910.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
FAITH   IN   OUR   CITY.
LEES LIMITED
"*���   SUCCESSORS   JO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
That the Royal city is   raptdU'   advancing towards that position hf em- ���
inence aud Importance to  which she
is rightfully    and    naturally    entitled;
has lon? been evident.    That  this is
generally recognized   throughout   th.e.
continent    is    now    also    abundantly
deer.    If any proof of this be needed ;
the  two  important   real   estate  deals
transactions wliich  we hav? lecorded
this week will furnish it.
An investor who pays the high price
of eleven hundred and eighty dollars 1
per  foot for   property    on    Columbia
street  cannot   have  any   doubt about
either the present or future position j
of   New   Westminster.       Again   ihe ;
eastern agriculturist  who has repent- j
���ei of his haste in selling his lots in
this city and just reinvested a consid- j
erable sum  in  purchases  at present- \
day prices must be influenced by fair-;
ly optimistic  views  as  to  future  vul- j
ties.
In the past  two  years   the   Royal j
City has made  immense  strides,  but j
there are indications that early in the I
new decade  she  will   spring  forward
with a great bound.
���
Hector McCaig, Manager
One Big Laughing Hit
FRIDAY, OCT. 21st
Another Big   Schubert   Attraction
5&n\.S.^HdU* SKubePt ind.
Present* ,the
Sensation of the Season
STORE HOURS: 8 A.M. to C P.M.; SATURDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
AGENTS FOR McCALL PATTERNS.
Tapestry
Tablecloth's $2.
75
INTERNATIONAL   PEACE.
Whilst the sentiments pervading
the address deiivereJ by the mayor of
Tokio at the dinner of the Japanese
society in New York can, of course,
only be taken as those of an influential citizen of the land of the chryan-
themum and not as ln any way sup-
BLUE MOUSE
A fAR.CC IN   3ACTS  FROM   THE.    GERMAN
��� fiy CLYDE- FITCH
The Billiken Play of the Year.
A Notable Cast of 30, including
Grace Merritt
Prices, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
�������������>�����flefrt Sale at McKenzie Pharmacy
NOTE.���There is  nothing wrong with "The Blue Mouse."
I
Here are more special values- they're samples, that's the reason for this low
figure. Only 17 altogether, principally greens and reds, in 17 different designs, fringed tapestry in good weighty qualities. Sizes run about two yards
only. These are on sale Thursday and Friday only, so get here early. You'll
have to pay up to double this price after Friday. See the window showing
tonight.   All one price, each *2.75
tional   peace  and   goodwill.      As   an
ported by ministerial or ambassadorial | earnest  of  thelr  good  desire,   Mayor
authority, yet they are of very great  0zaki  suggests  that  the two  nations
interest at  a   time   like   the  present, \ might  join   hands  across   the   Pacific
-when so many  nations  are  groaning an(j  secme  for that great ocean  the
l>eneatii the heavy burden of expedi- ��� distinction of being pacific in fact as
tare upon armaments.    Japan herself.  we|l as in name.    Further, he invited
having come into the circle of great  England to join in this high ideal and
nations by conquest of a powerful ri- secure a like immunity from the^rou-
val,  has  to  expend   vast   sums   upon   D!es of  war for  th'/"A?19fttic.     *This
the upkeep of a great army and navy,  j^ea  is  certainly  a  most  noble  one,
necessary to secure and maintain her and if the three nations could secure
posi' ion
POLITICAL TOLERATION
MEANS SAFETY TO SPAIN
Fear of Revolution  in  Alfonso's Kingdom   no   Longer   Entertained���
Army Loyalty Assured.
Madrid. Oct. 19.���Insisting that  the
loyalty  of the  army   Is  as  great   as
ever   an.l   that   "there   is    absolutely
Germany is most seriously  ,i,i3 jt would be an achievement more  nothing  to  be  feared"   from   recent
burdened  and   hampered   by  the  im- honorable and important    than    any-
post     levied     for     increased     naval thing the history of U)��. tygfld Las yet
strength and new    fortifications,   and recorded.
Great Britain is feeling the strain of ���
heavy demands for naval purposes. BRODEUR   GOING   EAST
Wh��t  a   rast   difference    it   would
TO   WELCOME   THE NIOBE
UCiCU(.U iL        HUU1U
make to the world, and above all to      Ottawa,  Oct.  19.���The  Hon. j L.   P.
the workers, if the need for maintain-  Brodeur, minister of marine artd flsh-
events in Portugal, Premier Canalejas today declared his utmost confidence ih a continuation of peace in
Spain.
"Portuguese events will not be repeated here in Madrid," said the premier. "The late Portuguese government lived in a fool's paradise, counting absolutely on the fidelity of the
army  and  the  navy.     Here  in  Spain
Turkey Red Table
Covers, $1.25 Each
Washing table cloths in Turkey Ked with white
and blue designs, a new lot o fthese arrived just
recently.     All   fringed.
58-in. Colored Damask,
75c Per Yard
In Red and White and Green and Ued dice and
spot patterns. Make cloth any size you like,
per   yard    75c
Unbleached Table
Damask, 37 l-2c Yard
On sale Thursday, Friday and Saturdaj ���
unbleached table damask, a doth thai will
bleach,    Proprietors  of hotels,   rooming
and cafes will be wise in     Investigating
snap,     -{eg'ilar  50c  for per   yard   	
Boys' Underwear,
50c a Garment
Vests and drawers of al i sizes in wool and wool
and cotton mixture. Values up to ji. ciearhut
at each    50c
Only a few of these better curtain  ends left
Really a snap at the price. Each      	
Curtain Ends, 50c Each
extra good quality,many in  pairs, and  taped   a:
una,
50c
New Wrapperette
and Kimona Cloths
In stripes, spots, checks and plaids. A wide range
of colorings, suitable fo r waists, dressing jackets, etc. From per yard      15c
Double Warp
Flannelette, 25c Yard
36-inches wide In a large of now stripes gull il e
ror shirts, pajamas, etc. Our price is the same
as last year.    See this. SB-inches   wide.   25c  yd,
we expected things to happen in Lis-
. eries, has decided to go to Halifax to| .on; only they occurred a trifle soon-
Jag   expensive   armaments   were   no I welcome the "Niobe," the flagship of er than we expected.
longer existent.    It is. perhaps some-   the Canadian navy, now crossing the
Atlantic.   The minister states that the
what visionary to expect that so great-   deiay  Jn  ca,llng  for  lenders  for  the
ly to be desired a condition can   be  ships of the Canadian navy Is due to
,    . . ,,    ., ,     the fact that the admiralty Is still at
attained;   but   after  all.  if  once   ftft^fc on the revision of the plans of
t~*_t aatlons were to be moved by a  the British cruisers with the Idea of
increasing the efficiency of this type
cootraon Impulse towards this end and
were to get together for discussion,
the thing could be done and the lasting peace of the world assured. It
mwi surely come to he recognized he-
fore Lhis century is very much older,
that i*B practically every nation is de-
of warship.
���**
CARELESSNESS, DISASTER.
"I feel convinced that the Republican success in Portugal will not have
any repercussion in Spain. We tolerate Republicans. They have a perfect
right to freedom of speech and liberty of action as lon? as they are
legal and in accord with the Spanish constitution. The Republicans
have certainly not succeeded in undermining the loyalty of the army in
Spain."
Moment's  Heedlessness Brings  Death
Very   Close   to   Aviator   Molssant.
Now   Vork,  Oct.   if'.���The  heedlessness of a moment came near causing
the death   today of John Tt. Molssant,
pendent opoa thc  mutual  interchange   the   American  aviator,-'while   he   was
  ,    .    trving out his new Bleriot monoplane
of commerce. It will be the mutual ad-  . , Belmont park
He  fell   125   feet  and  wrecked   his
vantage of  .ill  for the  dteal,  honor
and eoetllness <jf war to he abolished
machine beyond repair.
and    arhi'.ra-i on    substituted    in   its
���stead.
The suggestion   of  Toklo's
Is that America and Ja; an should lead
tiie   vay   towards    securing
Vcl.ano    in    Eruption.
Victoria. Oct.  i'.t.���According to ad-
i vices   here  the  volcanic   eruption   of
mayor | Savaii   on   L'polo.   Samoa,    continues,
large   sti earns   of   lava  flowing    from
volcano   with   the   result   that    many
nterna-  settlers had their lands destroyed.
SOCIALISTS WORKING HARD
TO CAPTURE FERNIE SEAT
Comrades flock  to  Coal   District  and
Spiel    in   Interests   of   Candidate
Bennett, Ross' Opponent.
COIN-IN-SLOT   METER
ADDS   ONE   TO   VICTIMS
Seatt'e. Oct. in.���The quarter-ln-the
slot gas meter claimed another victim early yesterday moi nlng, when M,
McNab, seventy-two years old, a lab-
o:er. was asphyxiated in his hed in ] open-air meetings throughout the dis
the  Seattle house,  Fifth  avenue and   trict in an effort to make proselytes
The Conservative party
Nelson, Oct. 19.���The Socialists are
making a desperate effort to capture
Fernie on Saturday. They are concentrating their forces on this constituency. Charles O'Brien, M. L. A.
for the Rocky Mountain constituency
In Alberta, and R. P. Pettlpiece, of
Vancouver, are lending their assistance to ESditor Bennett. Mr. Pettlpiece Is holding down the editorial
desk of the Fernie Ledger, while the
Socialist candidate conducts his campaign. Provincial Leader Hawthorn*
thewaite arrived last night from the
coast and Parker Williams. M. I . A.
for Newcastle, ls expected also.
Organizer Grihhle has been holding
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Jefferson street When the body was
found. In the afternoon, he hud been
dead fir more than twelve hours. The
room wa ���, filed with gas.
McNab neglected to turn the gas
out before getting into bed. The gas
burned out. Early in the morning T.
Vamada. t''o proprietor, placed another quarter in the meter.
s not under-
estimating the strength  und vigor of.
the opposition forces.    The organize-1
tion  is   perfect  and  every  voter  will
be  fully   conversant   with  the  claims
of Hon. W. R. Ross' candidacy before  *
the twenty-second,   it Is expected that   ���
every available voter wiil exercise his  ��.
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WATCH    REPAIRS
Probably that watch of yours Is not giving you proper satisfaction.
-ion have had it in the repair shop. but. while It is running, will not
run accurately. The reason for dissatisfaction Is that the man ��lio
did the repairs is either incapable or doing good work or la DOl COD-
8Clentioua In his work, or, in all probability, he Is gifted with both ot
the faults mentioned.
We have buen fortunate In securing the services of a first class
watch Tian wlo has taken charge of our watch repair work. A man
who vIU tell you the truth in regard to the condition of vour watch.
an.l will repair lt properly, and, as a consequence, it Will not only
run, but keep accurate time.
i
Agents for  Howard,
Js a consequence, it will
Ball and Longine Watches.
suffrage on  Saturday.
Chamberlin's
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SPECIAL SNAPS IN HOUSES AND LOTS
Farm Land For
Sale Cheap
Fifty acres good land half mile from
Cleverdale (upland), easily^ cleared,
already burned over; will be subdivision property before long when town
grews; only $110.00 per acre on easy
tanr.s.
Business Opportunity
Hotel property on'jVMnclpal street of
growing Interior town: railroad, mining, agricultural fcjid ajpckraislng center; splendid opening for the right
man, and not too much capital required; license guaffSJeed.
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COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Facing Moody
Square
Two cleared lots facing Moody-
Square and commanding splendid
view. Price $1500.00; easy terms.
This ls one of the best buys ln the
city.
Two Very Cheap
Houses
Two modern residences, six anil
seven roms; bath, pantry, basement,
eet.; large lot, lane in rear; close to
car line. Price $3500; small cash payment and balance spread over two ana
three years. TH
URSDAV. OCTOBER   20.  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORT NEW5^ AND GOSSIP
ii IS STILL WAKING BEATS NO 6000    �� BLOWS TO
SKILLFUL GOLFER   F0R c��� ���ETES        MUSIC OF BAND
. ���  Why Sheridan, McGrath and Flanagan
Plaving Today as Well as ; t     ceased to Be cops���Real work
Any Time in His Remark-        D,d Not Appeal t0 Them-
able La       ��� Athletes must eat.   Their tare maj
""" .j1"' tugged and, simple, hut they cannot
Is se\en year slncfl he  subsist on tri* plaudits of the multl-
It's Not Often They Have
Boxing in Germany, But
When They Do-
championship    ot
ough It
,���:: the open
tain  that exceptional .oiler.
^ardon,   still   remains   one   of
; popular      professionals.
;^   ( aiB0 havo a warm spot  in
hearts   for   Vardon,   and   those
i:i,, i the .ame a decade ago
"     '���',.,,.:    forget    his    wonderful
nts while touring this coun-
don   who Is at prosent connect-
��� e South Herts Qolf cluh, at
q-otteridge  has heen prominent In   a
petitlve way for more than seven-
am!   now, at    the a. e of
,    . practlcallj playing as well 1v ;'
. time In his career.    He won
British crown  hack  in 1896,
his
. ited   'he   feat   in   18HS   and
.,   finished  second  the three
, :.;��� ,, ars, bul in 1903 he gained
:- e for the fourth time.   About
I. .  i   Vardon   went   to   Tot-
iftei    having    spent    several
e "pro" at Canton.
g    rtlj   after  his    arrival     in  this
..  |n 1900, Vardon went to Chi-
and    "on    the    American open
,    ��� ;    ..-hip. defeating  his old  rival,
J.  II.  Taylor,   who   was   also   touring
mtl :���     Taylor go!  second place
,- event    Dining  his stay    on
:   the  Atlantic.   Vardon  en-
...     In   - itnething   like  seventy  ex-
:.  ;: ..lilies, playing   with SUCl B81
Sew England to Florida,   As a
general thing    he compete 1    against
���   ���  ball of a collide of players���
sometimes an amateur and a profes-
���        :aslonally two "pros."
A<ii  most  of  his   matches,
en pi tying agalnsl a hest ball,
���  ere   were    only  two  instances
en   be met defeat  single  handed.
0        ���   DUgh his two defeats were ad-
tered  by  the  same   golfer���Hen
brother of this fur-driving GI]
SI In lis. who is generally regarded as
oni ol the foremost exponents of the
��� in ��� hla country,   Later on   Hen
\  bolls returned to England.
When Vardon came to this country
he became a great favorite, and in a
"' few weeks the clubs stamped with his
nair.t became In great    demand.    At
that time the visitor was using light
clubs.    This was especially  so of the
driver and brassle, but it in no wise
his distance.    He also had B
-..     :   laying  a   full   brassie  shot  of
��� anls or thereabouts nicely on the
-������:      His direction  was almost  ma-
��� Ike in its accuracy.
Since winning his last title, Vardon
.tiered more or less fiom poor
health, and there was a time when it
looked as if he would never be ahle to I
pi golf again. He ls entirely re-
- ered now, however, the recent reports from the other side say that he I
Is again getting on his game. Var-
������ :. Braid and Taylor have long boen
n    rded as the big trio in golf.
tude alone, a.nd since amateur athletes are haired from accepting any
remuneration tor their exhibitions, the
problem of supporting the stars of
tho Irish-American Athletic club in
New York was a ponderous one until
someone hit upon the idea of getting
jobs oti the police force for tbe
brawny performers on track and held.
Not hard jobs, of course. No standing on the hot asphalt all day. waving
one arm at the diivers of brewery
ladies across
Broadway, but jobs where an industrious weight-thrower or high jumper
might supplement his training with
remunerative repose.
So it was that John .1. Flanagan,
tosser of the hammer; M. J. McGrath.
heaver of the weight, and Martin
Sheridan, who excels In everything
requiring extraordinary strength, were
Boxing is practically a forbidden
B] rl in Germany, it is looked upon
as brutal and repulsive and all efforts
to introduce a systematic study of the
noble art ol self-defence in that country have, owing to the unfavorable attitude of the press and the police, ended in failure, one of tne reasons.for
the strenuous opposition of the police
is because in Germany it Is a serious
offence to strike a man with one's fist,
no mattei what the grievance may he.
Heme the citizens of the great
towns, though prone to indulge in
wordy contests, accompanied by a
tremendous exhibition of excitement
and indignation, rarely < ome to blows,
an i the police believe that if a knowledge ol scientific boxing became
general throughout the fatherland
theie would be a great many more arrests for brawling, and incidentally
it might lea I the members of the
Socialist street demonstrations to
adopt a more aggressive attitude to-
waul the police, instead of their present  attitude of almost  lamb-like sub-
in snug berths a few months ago, the [mission to the stalwart, spike-helmet-
extent ol their toil consisting in serv- ed and sword-hegirded officers of the
ing a subpoena once every two weeks  law.
or telling strangers the way to thel Recently the first meeting took
mayor's  office.    They   had  plenty    of   place  to   box   for  the  amateur  cbam-
tlme for training and their pay was
sufficient to keep them in beefsteak
and wholewheat bread. It was an
ideal way of preserving for the Irish-
Americans their most dependable record getters.
Then came Mayor Gaynor and woe.
Tho  mayor  had  no  prejudice against
'athletes. "Big Bill" Edwards, street
commissioner, and the man who
slammed Gallagher about, so vigorously that dramatic day on the steamer's
deck, is a football hero, and other city
office holders are famed for deeds of
muscle. And yet, as the mayor glanced
over tnis department and mm in ins
campaign of economy, he saw some
particularly large and healthy looking
policemen in  positions  where  it
jnot seem to him they had fitting op-
Iportunity to distinguish themselves.
He    figured    that     Martin    Sheridan
[would make a splendid picture Stopping B runaway; that Mike McGrath
would he as good as a cavalry detachment In squelching a riot   and   that
I Jack Flanagan would be able to tame
a   Mott   street   long   battle   hy   rough-
���and-tumble tactics. If required. So he
brought  to these three the glad  news
.that  they were to he real,
lout on beats like the rest.
"Of course." said the mayor, "the
boys will not get quite so much pay-
as   on   inside   assignments,   but   then.
pionship of Berlin In feather, light,
middle and heavyweights lt was decided on a Sunday evening and presented many features of distinct interest.
In the first place, owing to police
instructions, the rules issued to all
the combatants contained a notice
that they were not to hit too hard.
and that anyone who did so would be
disqualified, Representatives of the
law were present to see that these
instructions were carried out.
A stage had heen erected at one
end of a large hall, and the spectators
down below sat around di Inking beer
and other liquors. During the tiis:
round of the lightweights two eompeti- j
du | tors mixed it up. with the result that!
a small quantity of blood appeared.
The  women  of  whom  there    were!
many   among  the  spectators,  seemed
rather moved, and when the bout was
lover tbe  promoter came forward    on
Ithe stage and, addressing the spectators, said that they must not mind if
a small amount of blood was seen, as
it  meant nothing,  did  not  hurt, and,
in fact, the compt;tUois. far from dls-
i liking  It,   rather  enjoyed    the    novel
ive police,   seiisatloti.
BelOW the platform and  In  front  of
the spectators was a    band,
the   Intervals   the   hand   was   always
silent, but Immediately a round com-
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C. K Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and"���443
Sapperton  Phone 373
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, 60c;   children  under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver   at   8
a. ra. and every  half hour thereafter until  11 p. m. *
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a.  ra., 9 a.  m.  and ���
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m. J
Sunday Excursion  Rates:   Return fare. 50c:  children, 25c. ���
Freight Schedule���Fieight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei J
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a, m. and 3:20 p.  m.    Freight cars  leave Van- *
couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20. ���
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City  Limits  Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. *
Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. ���
Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. J
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. *
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NOTICE.
Tlie  nnderslened    has
WINNERS OF MANN CUP
ARE   OFFICIALLY   EXPELLED
Toronto, Oct. 19.���Leonard Smith,
secretary of the Young Toronto La-
��� club, winners of 'the Mann
Cup, emblematic of the championship
ol the world, this morning received a
letter from Secretary Hall, of the C.
I- A , to the effect that he had been
Instructed by the president of the as-
S(_ iation to notify the Young Torontos that they had been expelled from
the C, L. a.
The Young Torontos are not worrying, us they say that the expulsion
Will never be seriously treated at the
C, 1. A annual meeting, and that they
be back playing in the senior
-'  lea a*uln next season.
the chances tor distinction and promotion are so much greater."
Tho Irish-American huskies thought
[the matter over about thirty seconds.
iif one hai to work, walking up and
down ��n a haul sidewalk In the biasing sun would not be the occuptXm
one   would choose.    They  (|iiit.  in    a
body, lotting the remainder   ot   the
police force get along as hest it couUI
without their alii. Then lt was given
'out that one hy one they had "re-1
[calved flattering offers from western
concerns" and now the three are no |
longer available timber for Irish-
American track teams.
rAMOUS MATADOR   IN  U.  S.
The  Vancouver  bowlers Into   town
last night and took  the local   exponents Of the game Into camp by a rna-
jjorlty of 240 pins.   What happened to
Ithe local team Is a mystery unless thn
menced the hand began to play some
martial or playful piece, and many of
the combatants, who probably were
more at home In a ballroom than in
the ring. Introduced into tlieir leg
work a dancing movement, which,
though slightly comical to the eye of
a sportsman, filled the spectators with
glee, and one boxer in particular, who
not only took hl9 leg work but also
his hitting cueB from the hand,
brought the house down with applause.
One lightweight who hit his opponent on the nose with Buch force that
the latter sat on the floor, was
promptly warned that the next time
such a thing happened he would be
ruled out. The man who sat on the
floor retired. Another boxer, apparently a favorite, stopped In the middle of a round to wave his glove at
the spectators, who were distracting
hlm by cheering too much.
A local paper, commenting on the
match, said It ought never to take
place, that boxing was a sport fit only
for hooligans, and that Englishmen
could fight and hox among themselves
moved    his j
During10f[jce t0  1:!1,; Cariboo street,  where!
he will conduct the real estate business under his own name.    The office
on Twelfth street is for sale.
D. l>  BOURKE.
SANITARY   NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it wlll
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons wbo dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public preperty
will be prosecuted under tbe provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PHARCE,
Sanitary inspector
City Hall. June 13. 1910,
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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
snap.   Price and terms given on application to the
Movius Land and Loan Co.
Lidgerwood, North Dakota, U. S. A.
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Charles Fteig, of Spain. Will Try  His
Skill in South America.
���  ��� f the most noted matadors on
e European continent. Charles Relg.
bowlers  were    hlnking of the defeat to their hearts' content, but that Cer-
M rSftt ta5S thenf.he other even- mans did not wish to indulge In such ,J
-', tin   is now in this country.    He
led as the greatest bul! fight-
3| iin  and  has  come  here    toij.
liis skill against matadors    III!
and   South   America.     Signor
I ���  i short, broad-shouldered man
Ud physique and bears marks
lis hody of wounds received
'"ill   fights.     On   the   way   across
Ing The highest average gathered in
by them was 172, which Murchie captured.    None of them bowled 200.
Grant, of Vancouver, carried off the
honors of  both  high  score and  high
average, getting 222 for the first and
for the second.
brutal pastime.
AN   INNOVATION,
((Connor did some graceful work at
ti,,. foul line, and Wiggins acted a?
accountant
1 Retg exercised dally on deck
��� WM the most picturesque person
o; a .> . He used a flaming
lanket in his exercises and wav-
In front, of Imaginary hulls while
""Tied   wiih   a   sham   saber   and
teppel and fought, a phanthom
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The following
tail:
Westminster���
Gilchrist
Sloan     	
Steele   	
Murchie      	
Mirshall       	
are the scores In de-
,182
,166
.182
.126
112
L4U
140
187
156
Total
To*    ( ���
164 458 153
Lfi.    t, L   tuS
ir>H -i:>i 151
MT B16 123
I.S 470 167
2372
MAYOR  FURNISHES  STAR  KISS
THAT SHE, ON STAGE. SANG FOR
Vancouver-
Grant      	
Moe       	
Bonwlek     .. ��� ���
Elsworth
Jordan     	
,J68
.196
Tot Av.
1.3 157 562 1ST
132 1*2 ��? 154
178 172 S4H 182
New York's Elite Will  Cook Favorite
Dishes for Husbands,
v. - York. Oct  19.���Cooking favor
ite dishes for their husbands��� such as
,..*���,  usually go to toe clubs and cafes
to get���la to he tne fashionable accomplishment of New York women this
season.
The innovation comes from Paris,
where ir has become quite the custom
for women to visit tlie chefs of the
leading cafes and clubs to get instructions about, their husban Is favorite
dishes. As a result ot a demand for
the same thing in New York. Knin-
eols, chef of the Cafe des Reaux Arts,
today announced that hereafter he
will give instructions every afternoon,
between three and five, to women who
j wish to learn just how to prepare the 4>
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Hue, 111..   Oct.    ID.���George    VV.
wkrin, mayor of Rock Island. 111.,
"1 the leading role at. the Mollne
lei*tre at the performance   of   "The
';;     Horning Glories,"    a    burlesque;
''"'Pe. when  he rose    on    invitation I
'���il kissel the star, Miss Mahel Mail- WOMAN
U?,n> twice, before    an    audience    of j
3000.
Nlia* Mailumn,  while singing  "Haa
A'>" body Got a Kiss to Spare ?" walk-
,315 160 M8 510 170lushes  t^eir  hushands   most  admire.
.17rt 181 175 532 177  Aprons will he provided at the cafe to
cover the gowns of the women.
PEOPLE DON'T FORGET.
The Chicago Cubs have won
a few world championships and
several national league pennants. They won another this
year.
The Chicago White Sox have
fulled to make any kind of a
showing for two years although
Charles Comiskey, owner of
the Sox, has done everything
In his power to produce a first
division club.
Here Is the stranee part of it
more people go to see the
White Sox than attend the
Cubs' games,
The Cubs are owned by
Charles Murphy, cold, unsympathetic disliked and shunned
hy a majority of baseball magnates, players and fans. Mur-
phv invites animosity because
of selfishness and other small
characteristics. The men whom
he pays succeed, still they are
less of a drawing card than
the White Sox because the
Chicago Americans play for a
man who does the hest he
knows how. Comiskey works
for the goo 3 of the game: Murphy for the good of Murphy.
Something Uniqu* is
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Coconut Cream
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TBB LADIES ARB CHARMED WITH IT.   NASI Wflt ���?
TRI COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TOEOMTO
ALLOWED TO
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Women are openly allowed the very
questionable   privilege   of   attending
Re
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"���} j" the direction of rhe hox in which  pugilistic, exhibitions in ������]����*
WcCaskrin was seated. :centiy there    was   �� tournament
���"�����*. right here." sang out his Wonderland, and in the published an-
^n'"-. as he stood up and leaned out nouncement printed In ffl�� news-
nf tlie box. I papers was this Une:  "Ladles admit-
,T''�� audience went wild and shouts ted to the stage."
01    Youre alive!" and "Smack    her i    The same announcement JoW
again, Mack... were heard throughout who read it that "a doctor will he in
t'ttf house. attendance.", > - ,;*3��_. .I**--.  .,,*_���. . ���**���
all
AUTOMOBILE OWNERS
Can be Insured against claims N>r damages brought against them for
accidents caused directly or Indirectly by their machines.   Rates are
low nnd all owners should carry this class of insurance.
Apply for particulars to
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Columhla  Street.
New Westminster.
Have You Any Worries?
gggpjByjHBJBSjBJBBjsjWMHBMflMMMHM
If so, can I relieve you of some of them by taking the risk of possible losses.
I can insure
Your mill, store or home against fire.
Your business against liability to employees.
Your horses against death from any cause.
Your automobile or boat against loss of any kind.
Your  valuable papers and jewels against theft.
'.Our family against financial loss If you die.
Yonr^elf against any Illness or accident.
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in fact I can give you any kind of Insurance protection written.
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GENERAL AGENT.
Yifmrj
ALFRED W. McLEOD
'MflNSURANGO^
llOUl
�����7 Cehimbla Street
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  OCTOBER
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Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. tt
(daily except Sundaj |.   -
���Vancouver via B. C. K. R.
i daily  except Sunday i.. S:00:
13:( Vancouver via B. C. E. K.
(daily except Sunday)..11:001
1-      ���Vancouver via B. C. K. Ii.
(daily except Sunday) '.
8:1 0���Victoria via B. C.  B.  K.
idaily except Sunday)..2
11:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.   K.
idaily except Sunday).. 8:30
���Victoria   via   B.   C.   E.   K
(daily  except Sunday)..1G
7:3(i���United States via G. N. R.
(daily  except Sunday).. 8
15:00���United States via G. X. It.
(daily except Sunday)..16
f*:25���All   points  east  and   Euro; e  'daily��   	
r_':.",((���All   points  east  and    Eu
rope  (adily)   .
9:26���Sapperton    and
Mills       (daily
Sunday)
20:00���Sapperton     and
mills      i daily
Sunday)
9:26���Coquitlam   (dail
Sundayi
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)       11
14:00���East Burnaby and Bur-
(luit'am idailye except
Sunday)    14
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)         14
10:00���Ladn��r,     Port     Guichon,
Westham  Island    13:30
10:00���Annieville.   Sunbury i daily
except   Sunday    13:30
10:00���Annalis Island Monday
Wednesday     and     Eii-
GIRL'S BETRAYER IS GERMANY FACES !
������WHERED        A MEAT FAMINE
Victim  cf a  Father's Vengeance Tells, 	
his story in Huntsv.:ie court���     Protests Against System of
Quarantine    Practiced  to
Give Additional Protection
KOOTENAY
CAPTURE LIVE OOAT
Elusive    Quarry
Bound   and
Light Fine Imposed.
Cornered,    Lassoed,
Taken   in   Triumph
to Ymlr.
H nts Hie, Ont.. Oct. 19.���Waylaid,
bound anu escorted to tlie borne of
: . ���-.-,.; i. e    his    face    was
si ���       .   ritb  warm tar, feathers applied,  bia   I air   matt* !.  and   his
Berlin, Oct.  19.���From  all quarters
cf the German empire come lengthy
Tn Ir,   Oct.
[ualifl
!.. St  Jl
19.��� Ai ong the
to thi credit ot
Bremner, of    the
many
mine
Ymlr
.14:
Fraser
except
Pi aser
<���-.. !���: i
 1
except
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m    g'i:'       >���-: tins describing meetings of pro-
menta fcTvered, a young man  named   tes, ca,,fed ,,y the ,.mea, ,-.,.,:iue- and
��� PresenteJ a sorrj sight In the the conSe,;,uent extraordinary rite in
police court here this afternoon. The prices wl;ic!l is aIreadv causing in-
young man liveseal MarMS's Siding. tense suffering among all but the well-
where  he  is  engaged  i:i    a    lumber  to.do
.amp.   He has been keej Ing       . ; any      The popular indignation has rea ihed
���'- Blrl named Spiers, and   5Uch heights tUt persons in no way
in his evidence this afternoon admit-  lncllned Tr, ;.i..r.nis:a even go so far as
- to   pu edict   rioting   unless   measures
lare soon take".    Already the demand
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ted betrayal.
The enraged father of tiie girl.
Thomas S] lers, one of the besi known
far:;.ers i;i tins section, sought to
p inisb the young man for bis conduct.
lie met him on   tbe   railway    track,
Sal .
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30    'Lands   up
:00
: 00
:00
day      	
10:00���Woodwards I Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:3o
I��:00���Vancouver, Piper's Sid-
Ing via G. N. R.
i daily except Sunday i..14
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
idaily  except Sunday)..15
11:30���Clayton 'Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sut-
day        15
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday i         15
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday   16
��0:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally except  Sunday)    " '23
.5:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday)        8:00
15:45���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazletr.en (Tues-
��� _a>, Thmrfrda? *.t\A ft<o.
Uri       *;*
nl bt, and ordering lii:n to
lie tied his hands at iii.
back and marched him to bis (Spier's)
residence, two miles distant. Here,
i;i the presence of Mrs. Spiers and
tlieir son, aged eighteen years. Baker
was placed upon a chair and tiirough
abject terror submitted to having his
face co,'ted with warm tar, his hair
su.eared, and a liberal quantity of
feathers applied. He was then released, and the father of tlie girl, procuring: a blacksnake whip, followed him
down the concession, administeiing a
severe castigation. Maker was warned
to leave tiie country in twenty-four
hours. He went back to his home,
and   with  tiie  aid  of his  companions
13:30 succeeded in getting himself lelieveJ
of his unnatural adornment
He swore  in  the court  room  here
this  afternoon   that  he   was  engaged
i to the girl and intended to many her
I soon.
20;    Tlie case has aroused much interest,
land from nearly every section of tlie
00  township   residents   were     in   attend-
jance  this  afternoon.    .Magistrate    G.
JHutcheson and  Mayor Callahan hearing  tbe case.    A  fine cf  ten  dollars
and  costs  was  imposed  on
being   clearly   admitted   that   an   of
fence   had   been    committed.     Some
consideration was given, however, to
the    mitigating    circumstances.    Tlie
magistrate stipulated tbat  Faker and
Miss Spiers should be married tomor-
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��� ra,
to "pacify the people" is being addn sed to the government, ar.d tiiis
by responsible publi idles, fer the
protest has long ceased to he con-
lined to Socialist and trade uui
mi etinga an I la 1 eing ba :ked by the
municipalities of all the big clti s.
Everywhere the remedy proposed is
tbe same; the abolition of duties, the
free admission of Danlsb, Swedish and
South American cattle, and th-- adoption in future of only such measures
against cattle disease as are really
necessary.
The newspapers teem with denunciations of the costly and needless
system of quarantine and examination
now practiced, the sole purpose of
which is to give additional protection
to t ie native agrarians who, even under such favorable conditions, cannot
raise enough cattie for tiie home market. The statement issued by Herr
von Schorlemer. the new minister of
agriculture, that there is no meat
famine, and that the rise in prices is
"nominal" and temporary, i'us enly
served to increase the popular anger;
and derision is added by tho minister'.- idea that the matter is less
se: ions because theie bas been a similar rise in prices of other necessities.
The statement is all the less convinc-
because  tlie  government   of   Wurtem-
:00
l berg   lias   recognize-!   the  seriousness
Spiers, it  of t|le situation i,        e Ing the moderated freight tariff tor cattle, meat,
and horses to remain in force till the
end of the ye r.
Less Meat Supplied.
Her von  Schoi lemer's statement  is
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���    .evei;-where exposed as incorrect. Offi-
row' cial figures published by tiie "Morgen-
post"    Bhow   that    In   tli"   last flve
Newspapermen  Coming. I months there hns been slaughtered in
Vancouver. Oct. li���Thomas    Mar- i Hc,'lin  al,0;"   1--'""  oxen  i::lfi  cal v. a
owe. editor of the London Daily Mail, Hess t:':in 1M l:"";- l!rsi"'^ <* consl er-
' William Maxwell,   of   the' same    lhl��  rise in  P��Pul1
are expected  in   Vancou-  supplied and more money f r It," Bays
They are both prominent , ___ ,j��urn.!-  If. the  n:le:   and  jt   !)ri>
! newspapermen In the British journal
(sti   tieM.
Sealed Tenders addressed to tiie undersigned,  and  endorsed   "Tender foi
Examining  Warehouse, Vancouver. B.,
C." will be received at tiiis oifice un-ltaken
til 4 p.m.. on  Wednesday, October 26,1 tions:
1910,  for    the    construction    of    an i    The Councl
Examining    Warehouse,      Vancouver, j ths
B. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at the office of Mr. Joseph
Greenfield. lesident architect. Winnipeg, Man.. Mr. Win. Henderson, resident architect, Victoria, B. C. at
Pest  Office
department
Vancouver,  and   at  this  public welfare that
and     ^^
publication,
;���-]��� shortly. ^^^^ ^^^^^^^him
^^b������" feeds to give figures showing tl.e ex
traordinary   rk-e   in   price   whicfl   lias
taken place.
In the "Tageblaft" a well known
landed proprietor showi that high
prices fn Germany are inevitable, because "tlie raising of cattle cannot
he made worth white without a put
ting-up of prices." In other words, the
existing and restricted import duties
���i,    .     ���������. |have not had the effect of making the
Chamber,   City   Hall;  nation self-supplying, but have merely
Fire Hall, Sapperton;    and    the M^P1 Jt under-supplied with home meat
Waterworks Storehouse at the corner I"1 extravagani   prices.    The result is
of Queens avenue and Eleventh street,  well expresst I in one of many resolu-
on tiie 4th dav of November. 1910, be-!'1'011* of protest which says that meat
has "ceased to he a food-product and
has become an article of
o'inion  of  the electors  on   ti.o  mi��=-lfor the fairly well-to-d' "
Public Anger Intense.
betel, is that ot R icky mountain gnat
hunter.
In the i Id country    where   Jimmy
learned the art    of bunting and capturing 'i.i.- elusive quarry, there was
aitj  for the exercise of
this particular    form    of    sport,    but
Jimmj found it desirable In the course
e to bid adieu to the old sod and
nj   i ��� hei.-  si ek  his  fortunes
in the wilds of British North America,
has    been in the habit   of
making yearly excursions i:i the   ad-
nl   mountains in tlie hopes of lo-
._      I erd of the I ng horned an,'
le I id quarry, but with no suc-
i ess
On Wednesday be went with a com-
lon to .:'.-������    Five miles
��� i ountain they saw something
In a dis ised at I. His partner looked flrsl and proclaimed the giad news
��� they Fad found a mountain goal
they would be able to capture
alhe. They blocked up the door
and hurried hack to Ymlr wheie
Jimmy sent off a telegram to the provincial museum at Victoria asking
what it would pay for a tine living
specimen of the king cf the Seikirks.
A rope was procured, a wheelbarrow
and axes, also a small mattress so
that the horns would not be injure 1.
Ti.en with four others they returned.
On the way Jimmy, whose mind turned to speculation, offered liis partner
in tlie tind $100 for his share, but the
offer was declined.
Arrived at the shed a bole was cut
in ti.e roof and a noose let down on
tiie horns. Then while it waa held partially suspended in tiie air some of
the party went in and tied tlie feet. It
was let down again. Tlie mattress
was placed on tlie wheelbarrow, the
goat securely tied, and the procession
set out. For five miles down the
mountain they took turns in wheeling:
the heavyweight, In places it was necessary to cut a trail through the
brush, but at last tliey got to town
tired  and  very  hot
The goat was taken into a stable, a
rope fixed to his neck and at the other
end to a beam. Then his feet were released, great precaution being observed lest he should attack those who
.vere doing tlie work. For a moment
he seemel not to realize his freedon
and this gave them a chalice to ge'
away safely. Thinking that he musl
be ti.iisty Jimmj ha I son i of the men
lOARD    ^	
minster Board of Tra
board   room   City   Ha
Third Thur d y    0|
quarterly    meeting
Thursday of Pebr
and  November, at ->
meetings on the third
February.    New   mem
proposed and elecU
ly or    quarterly
'���������'" "i
as
'���ch
toi.
Mil
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I-
nursda
"s   Bill
-    m~ti���_nyDWa<ll
Stuart-Wade, s^-creta-v
distract the goat's attention while he
slipjed a pan of water in through the
half opened door. The goat seemed
surprisingly quiet. He sipped a little
water and then fell to munching hay
as if be had been used to it all Lis
life.
Meanwhile the   news   had   Bpread.
Half tlie town was on the way to the ,
stable.    The telegraph operator at the!
railway station "had wind the news to
the other operators down    tlie    line. I
Presently be gi I an unexpected n ess-
age from Salmo.    He bore it out    toi
Jimmy who read:
"When you are tbrough admiring
our goat which has strayed, please
semi ii back hon e."
It turned out thai tlie goat was of
the  domestic   variety   and     was   well \
known.     It   was   seul   back,   but     its
photograph still  remains.    Mr.  Buck-
worth took it surrounded by the hunters,    jimmy i.s siiil    'setting    them  ______
up." ^^^^^^
  ' PIANO TUNING
Unhcncred   Inventcr   Dead. .~v~v^   ^~^-^^.���^_ ^w^
Washington,      Oct.      19.���Willlard   PIANOS AND ORGANS 'I: _Rj
Stephens Whitmore, inventor of   the      repaired by yon loci
papier    tnache    matrix    process    of.I    :Mani��.  Mus.  Bac
stereotoyplng,  used by  nearly    ever;
newspaper in the country', hum which
invention he gained no mat   rial  benefit, is (lead at   bis hi me bere,    agel
Eixty-eight.   At the time of his death
Mr.  Whitmore  was a Bteretotypei   In
���  ���   . o\ ei nn ent pi Intlng offl i
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PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRES.
kind of job-printing
leaf ledgers;   Cowl.
Phone    55,    p,  o
Daily   News  Biock.  I
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'tl Pap.
street
r.;,t
loon I
Martin.   Mus.
Phone L616.
LABOR AGENTS
Edmonds.
WADE, WH
STENOGRAPHY    A
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that a vote
-if the eie'tois of the corporation of
tl.e City cf New Westminster .will be
it   the   following   polling sta-1
tween the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.,]
"or    t!'e    purpose   of   obtaining    thei
Inion  of the electors on  tbe ques- *<"
the: tion  of whether It Is In  the  general!
luxury even
the    Mayor   and I    The intensity of the public antier is
_ __     . cuncil should consent to the grant- shown  by the violent  language used
Persons tendering aie notified that  Ing  to tlie  Royal Columbian  hospital a< some meetings. From H-unbur
not be conside.ed unless ol  seven    and one-half    (7%)    acres'Alt��na  and  surrounding  distiict.
and
no
tenders wil
made  on ti.e  piiuiej forms  supplied,   more or less of the Queens" park  re- i fewer than eighteen n eetln-s are re
and signed with   their   actual   sigua. serve, bounded on the west by Gran- Ported.    At Cologne the meat famine
tures, stating  their occupations    and^'ille street, on the south    by    Royal K"  described  as  "the  Inevitable  rt
places of  residence.    In the case    of avenue, and on the east by the Boule-  *Ult  of ihe  protectionist and   nrobibi
firms, the actual signature, the nature . vard. Itionist policv which Germany
W. A. DCNCAN   Cltv Cler'   I f""" Hie
of the occupation and place of residence of each member of the flrm must
be given.
Each tender rr.u3t be- accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
taixr.r.. payable to the order of the
Honorable ti.e Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.z.)
of the amount of the tender, whi'-h
will be forfeited if the person tendst-
ing decline fo enter info a eon'r*<*t.
when caliei upon to do so. or fall to list, 1910.
complete tbe work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted tbe choiue
tiill be ���'-' ii .'.od.
Tiie department d'.es not bind It-
tM'.l to ac< ept the lowest or tny
te.v.er.
Hy order.
K. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, September 21, 1910.
 ^^^^^^^   .   puisnes
Citv Cier'.. I f��r the heneflt of tlie agrarians."   Tlie
Hated at New Westminster this 18th   C;issel   meeting   demanded   "the     im-
dav of October   1910. .mediate abolition of the cattle duties
.witli a chicane-free system of protec-
^"mm*1~m*      .... tion   against  cattle  disease.    At     the
HOUSEHOLD  VOTERS. | meeting at  which
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NEW
SHIRTS
COAST    LABOR    AGENTS
ger G. J.  Syk( si, .
Vancouver.     Pbom
attention  given   to  ,
male   help.    Ring
write if  unable  to   ...
MAXJ
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PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE &. EDMONDS   BAKEiS!
t-rs and solicitors, .,-������-..
Trust Block, Columbia Btreel ,
Westminster,    w. J.  Whiteside
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SALLER, McQUARRipil
MARTIN���Barristers ai ,Cj
Westminster offices, R< '
Guichon block, corner Columbia J
McKenzie    streets.    V u     iVer rf
fiees,   Wil'lams   bulldln
vllle   street.     F.  C.   Wai
A. Whealler, W. G. McQu
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AUDITOR  AND ACCOl
H. .1. A.  BURNETT, AU1
Accountant.       Tel.     It
Trapp block.
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-8.   Rooj,|
R.  T.  PRINCE,  EXPERT
AXT AND AUDITOR���A
Hall Safe CO.    Ofllce, R. - _ 9, v,��
minster Trusl block, ��� ii
f,
f-)".b(
TYPcWRIT|i(E
���-rr.
FREEMAN    BUNTING,
Curtis Block.    I'. O. Hox
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY
Typewriting;   copy    work
letters, etc.    Coumbla
phone 62.
AXD
IS '-I
Applications to   be placed
Hie  Berlin  mun icl-
^^^^^ the    question,    the
on   the chairman of the Berlin board of airier
supplementary voters' list for the City  men. Herr Kaempf   held
of New Westminster will be received ' lish  system  in  re'
by the undei signed up to November catt
up the  Eng-
ard  to import    of
md meat as a model which Ger-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ , l','">.v must adopt.    Four meetlnm
Applicants must be British subjects'reported from Saxony      "etl""-h
f tiie full as*   of twenty-one   re*is. were  demanded   the
nd have been resident of \\,< city six  frontl
^^^^^^     ire
at ail of which
opening   or   ibe '
month,    immediately    preceding " ,ht of the^du tie's'on 'St���*��� "*' ***** '
date of application, and   liave   during I plains, not only of ��
ISt-i rfiHf*! ''"f.   ,'0llsfel,"l,ler   a il,s" ,{ a "'Uk famine, tbe cause of
iental  of  not  less than  one  hundred   which   |a   of ''"'*-  0I
dollars a vear.
Munlcn com-
a meat famine, but
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
course,   the  same:   am)
i theie Is a similar milk  famine,  with
'a heavy rise In prices, in Frankfort-
on-Main.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
ad'.ertis-ement ir tbey insert it without authority from the department.
CITY OF   NEW WESTMINSTER.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Ke lot 16, block 2, of lol 201, group 1,
town of Port  Moody. Murray'.   Addition, in the district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of ceitl-
Ecate of title number 4T0OA, issued in
the name of John Stewart and James
Cash, ha.s heen filed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month  from
Lo:?l Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 2U. of the Local
Improvement   General    By-law.   1909
notice Is hereby given that the Assess
ment  Roll  for
EGG   LAID  IN  STREET
STARTS  $10,000   SUIT
Of Exclusive Design
in the Newest Shades
and at Popular Prices,
are now being shown.
It will surprise you to
see our line at
$1.25 Each
REAL   ESTATE
WHITE, SHILES A: C
Real   Estate knd  Inaui AeT.ti-l
c ty,   I'ar-'i   and   sunurb n  1       'I
62S and 740 Columbia Sl
TAILORS.
m'-m'm-.-Sa**    I
GABYIX, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAtl
loring.    a new line of S] ring
ing just In.    Button mak; *�� I
lng and repairing,   -i'i Loi ae strest
Phone H 60S.
FISH   AND   GAME
BENSON  &  AYUNG.  KlSn
Yegetables. etc
Fkiir,
Game. Yegeubles. etc.   Dean Block.
next to Bank of Montreal
The OXFORD 4
ECONOMIZER*.
;i
Seattle, Oct. 19.���Walter C. Knapp
who says he t,as an Incipient case of
tuberculosis, and lives at 4407
oc;'l Improvement! on Othello stieet. arose from his sick bed
the following streets, viz.: Alexander Bt eleven o'clock on the morning ��('_#
street, Church street, McKenzie etreet, September 12, and proceeding to thc1^
larkron street rrom Begbie to Sixth street In his night attire garnered
streets. Sixth street from Columbia I f"��" the ri"��t of a maverick hen a
street  to Royal avenue, Lorne street,   freshly  laid egg.
from Columbia to Clarkson, Begle st., |    As   be  was  about   to return  to  his
with   '     """
M. J. PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
��� ill Irrp niir l.rr (-.-.ri it lovM r��svS!f
(*��sl fot .Mi I. V i.i .nr .1 Irasl *.*ll ptr \ *>w\.
ol thr Iflrl if t: tot* w *nd wi.l uL
c oi-.-'i ������tior*. dp tke thnunrj.
Vpu'll Bnvn iiimii ��� vry <l...v j*ou
!!?��'��� a Qnrn<��y-05tford, And always p'*:
moro sitiifactory  rtsu!..-*   fraai your
Let in il nionfltr.itc in, yc u tho
" i>o ">��� tii r." it il thc otlit-r *<urnf.v-
()\'>ni poin a of ��itp��rtoritv. So*- l.ttv
p-��rf*'-( ;. c^il wi?- cm !h>. Wc will
u.t* > fl!i')"/ y a) ofhrr (inr'HA-Ovftud
h* iv.���* nnd rmsr i f"r overv pUfpOM HD<I
fir :rn* k'nd '���( Uv\. (���;. d'-iplay OQ
our floorv all the Mnra,
itct ;i'f|u ,i;jt��<l with the bflit
\\'\ iwtii Iiim'. l kril nuni-f and mngi'fl lu
��U CiniiH.t And dn 'l tow���fur tbo good
of yuur pocket lAXjk.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681  Columbia  Street.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THK KCKMlLrtt
Dealer, Upholsterer and UnderuW.
corner Agnes and McKenzie a.reeU,
Phone 176, nl. bt call 81.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER IVOUUUUKMMi
Co., bank, office and store titt;:ig��;
cabinet, stair, showcases, maoiW
and df tali work. Designs and *���*
mates furnished. J. Brookes P*
prietor. Works: Corner Ele��ntll
nnd car Hue. p. O. box 251, M0,ie
473.
PIRE   APPLIANCES.
K1K . BXT1NOUI8HERS. THK UT-
est In lire fighting apparati*
R. Han-is �� Co., Laven 1,ooi'
Columbia stieet.    Phone '";
MfcYQXfOBD.
is
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
tti. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JA*
McKay, nuinufactiirer and Import"
of tnounmental tombstones, bu!lfl'n<
8'one. rtc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
nohmibla street. New We��tmln��t*f'
Henley atreet from Eighth avenue to
London street; is open for inspection
at the office of the Assessment Commissioner In the City Hall, New West-
t- e (late of the fiist publication hereof, i cluster, British Columbia, and in ease
In a daily newspaper published in the the ow'nf''' ��r ��n>' i)erHori Intererted In
city of New Westminster. Issue a aI,y of the properties Included tberelfl
duplicate of the said cettiflcate. unless, '�����-'��<"-�� to appeal from such Assess-
in the meantime valU /objection be:n:ent he.should within the period of
made to n.e in writing. leleven  HI) days from the first publl-
C  S  KEITH Icntlon   of  this  notice  _Jve   notice  to        ���.  _.  ,..������������ ,n   u
Di.trlct Rt-^-istra- of Titles Ithe undersigned In writing of his in-  ""it against Copeland for 110,000 dam-
La nd r:e.l��try Office."      . T ' jtentlon to appeal. i��ges.
Xew Westfhlneter, B.C.. Oct. 7. 1910. |    Da,e(1 "ils 18lh A*1 of October, AD
tome   with   It,   William   A.   (,'opeland.
hli neighbor at 4403 Othello stieet.
approached within twenty feel and
poured a charge of small shot from a
double-barteled shotgun In his face.
Knapp was unconscious for five
hours thereafter, and forty blrdshot
weie taken out of his nose arid adjacent face. This Is the story Mr.
Kn.-'pp tells In a CODIplalnt filed yesterday by Thomas it. Mae.Malion In   a
Tn   ��  "WANT-  .4   |0  Th*  News
f 1910.
Copeland  answers  that  the  hen   Is
1910
  j his property and that when the    bird
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk 'chose to lay hi. egg In the street  tils
Date of flrst publication October 19, title attached theteto for blm forever
_ ... to defend.
���
Who Said Xmas?
It i�� time fo nt**rl on your Xmai w>rV. Wo li. ve
just received a Splendid Assortment of Novelties for
making up.    All in the Newest Deiignt.
A* J. BIR TCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phono is. Newest and mosl up-to-
date In the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine. J. Trachy, &_���
HOTEL LYTTON���617 FR0N1 S'
Phone 108. Comfortable accotnofla
tlon. Terms moderate. McLeod ���*
Watkins, proprietors.
cor-
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO
The regular meetings of this
are held In Odd Fellows' Hal
ner Carnarvon antl Klght li streets,
every Mondnv evening at 8 oi'lof*'
Visiting brethren cordially in;,'7
to attend. W. H. West, N.O.i W.i-;
Coatham, P.c... recording secretary
J. W. MacDonald, financial secie-
tan
IT FAV8 TO AOVERTISE
���IN^-
H **       O a i l v       ME
W��
ft*. HI
.,URS^Y'
OCTOBER  20,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVKN.
aihvay Time Tables j RETURNS FROM TRIP
TO FUR TRADE POSTS -
THE  REVERIE  OF  A  BACHELOR.
R  Westminster Branch.
B C' w����K Day Scneoule.
Vaucouver lor New Wmt-
"at 5:50, 6:T.O. 7:20 and 8:00
,very half hour Uierealter
Irs l"��'
minstei
nn.
. eave
i ?er ���'���'���
.    . a
ll 11:00 n.m
and e
S. w Westminster for Va
I think oi a maid with sparkling eyes.
And  hair a.s gold as the sunlit ski is,
nd brow as fair as the drifts of snow
|That make the Arctic regions glow-.
knd lips as re.l as the cherry ripe,
-.;,,(. 0:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
Manager Thompson, of Hud-'Aui1 cl,eeka ot ,he i'ink-v-dil,'ijled,>"i,e
n- u-'' '���"ice as soft as a rippling brook
son's Bay Company,  Ends
BELIEVE SIIUAIION
IS BEYOND HOPE
OLDEST PRISONER DEAD.
Convict From Peterborough Expires in
Kingston Penitentiary.
Kingston,   Oct.    19.���Robert   War-
dell, an  inmate of    the    penitentiary,
'died on Monday    e-.ening.    Deceased
[was sentence:!    at   Peterborough    to
three years    tor arson.    He    arrived
., i every hall hour there-1      T, ,.      ,,    , m
'   '���   m 1 n. ee Months Tour.
S-jnday Schedule.
Vancouver for N'ew West-
u0 and 9:00 a.m., and
Victoria. Oct. 19.���After an absence
l( 8.00 and 9:00 a.n., and ,,f three months on a trip ofTnsp*ec
h.tf   bour    thereafter    until: tion to the fur trade   posts    of   tha
If verv     BW
ij tn p.m.
Hudson's   Kay   company   in   the   prov-
ppling
the    sylvan
That  woos the fern  in
nook.
And laugh with a ring that's sterling
true,
Antl temper fair as the summer's blue,
And beau as warm as a heart can be
And  big as the broad and  bounding
Bea;
With  a  cottage  down by  the  sandy
shore,
NOTICE     REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to tlie left hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
k   More Protests Against   New i last  February, and  had  been  in  tlie
: institution  hospital most ot the time
CllStOmS     Regulations     Of suffering  from  rheumatism.    He  was I    City Hall, August 12. 1910.
.the oldest prisoner who ever entered, ���
the United States. ,,elng over eighty-three years when he
commenced his term.
.
vx- .tn.inator fnr Van-!'""''  durinS  which  he covered  hun- And a bungalow where the mountains
t few Westminster tor VM   dredg   Q,    n.11(;s   ^^   ^^        J
:00 a.m.. and every nail  astride. James Thomnson   local  mnn.  And a house in town, and a flne steam
eafter until 11 p.m.
stride. James Thompson, local man-
lager for the company, has returned to
Eburne   Line. the city,
ww   Westminster   at   7!    Leaving here In tlie middle of July
r?   tnd every hour until 11 p.m.     Mr. Thompson travelled to Wrangel,
'���'",'. V incouver at 7 a.m. and . Alaska, from which point he was con-
Tar' .! bour until 10 p.m. [veyed in one of the company',   steam-
yacht,
And a pair of steeds witli  a record
trot,
And a hunting lodge in the land    of
Scott,
And a motor car of the touring kind
' '    davs cars leave Westminster ers up the Stiklne river to Telegraph And,a claim at Goldflelds yet unmined
);   l  ' '���,'.,, in p.m. creek.    Travelling north    and    using I And a block of stock In the N. .!��� P.
a'i nda.8 cars leave Vancouver at  both pack-train and canoe, Mr. Thorny!And a thousand bonis of the C. Q. D
'D tU    ,0 io p.m. |80n reached Madames creek und Llard  Anrt an office building on Broadway,
_*       i   mmml      %A*r\.nmr       Neuu     nnal     tl.o   I'jM^r   aarma*   k^..      ��...   tu.   I.���.       AnH     a    Lliir    lint,,!    liL-..    **..%    r.,.,l,..n,aotf
Stewart,  Local   Manaijer,   New : post, the latter post t��elng   on the bor-  And '������ big hotel like the Oothamgay,
Westminster.
London, Sept. 19,���British exporters
criticize the customs circular which
the American government has promulgated with respect to the exportation
of textiles to that country. A member
of tlie old established firm of Bertram
Harvey & Co.. of Gressham street,
said: "When we received a copy of
the circular from the American consul-general at London. John I. Griffiths, notifying us of tlie new regulations. I wrote him a letter telling him
that we were discontinuing all shipments to America.    We have puzzled
i long and diligently over the new-
order, but up to the present are at a I From Montreal:
I loss to comprehend  any  good  reason      "Royal   Edward
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS.   Ltd.
Just Arrived
New Scotch and English Worsted,
Tweed and Serge Suiting for gentie-
Imen, made to order. Workmanship
and fit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
13 Begbie Street.
THE    ROYAL  LINE."
XMAS   SAILINGS.
8:17
��� .   . ���
....  Seattle 0.40 p.m.
Sew    Westminster    12:2
35 a. m.
es Seattle
... Seattle  8:05  a. m.
N-eW Westminster 2:50 p.m.
. . .cattle  12:25 p. m
Inster 6:25 p.m.
Leaves Seattle  4:36  p. m.
I. nster 0:27 p. m.
.      . ittle 11:45 p. m
New Westminster 6:30 a. m.
arrives
arrives
arrives
G N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves N'ew Westminster dally, ex-
! '. gu ;..   from  bridge  passenger
I. p. m.;    arrives   at   Port
B .- Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
j ; , . ��� Sunday: arrives at N'ew
I   . . | ridge passenger station
1'.
G.  N    R-���Sumas   Branch.
Sumaa   6:00   a. in:   arrives
hridge passenger station. N'ew  West-
. ...���..-.        20   a. m.   daily    execept
1E ' la.)
Leaves   New    Westminster    bridge
��� ���   station 3:60 j>. na.;   arrives
k      . ���    8 p '.*.:. dally except Sunday.
��� , why we should furnish samples in aiders of the Yukon territory. On his Al>d a Monday box at tlie opera. vance to the American customs offi-
returti journey he travelled to Prince Antl ���> love f"r travel In lands afar, ' cials before Bh{ppihg. American cus-
Ruperl .md tlience by steamboat to And il million dollars in anthracite��� [ toras olTiolals have always been very
Hazelton, from which point his trip lf such B n-.ail should heave In sight, j hard people to deal with and bellev-
���               through tbe Bulkeley valley  AnJ    ;s<'>'   ,"rm    yours,"    I'd    reply: j ing that our protests wouid have been
loure right'. 'n  v.lin we regar(jed the situation as
 i hopeless and stopped our shipments."
A member of the firm of Holland &
Many  Telephones  Used. Sherry, of Warwick    street.    Gordon
There are 1,800,000    telephones    In i square, said:    "It appears very plain
Em ope. 66,  In Asia, 9000 in Africa, (to  me that tlie    American    treasury
7,700,000 in America lof which 7,690,-1 officials are playing into the hands of
000 are In tlie l'nited States), and 5o,-  American    textile    manufacturers    in
Denmark   is   the  compelling us to deposit samples witli
with    the largest  their officials.    It means, in my opin-
Gre_t  Northern  Railway.
ave8    New     Westminster
....   Seattle 3:06 p.m.
. ,'w.s   sew    Westminster    10:30 to Ashcroft by way of Quesnelle. Be-
es   Seattle  3:15   p.m. tween the last named town and Ash-
Sew     Westminster     4:30|croft   Mr.  Thompson travelled by automobile, the car covering    the    dis-
tance of 220 miles in remarkably fast
time, leaving Quesnel at 7:15 a.m. and
destination    at    9".$0
 Not. 10
"Royal  George"    Nov. 19
Prom Halifax:
"Royal Edward"    Dec. 7
"Royal   George"     Dec. 14
"Royal   Edward"    Dec. 28
And Fortnightly 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, 227 Main
street. Winnipeg.
T. P. Morrison J. H. Tayler
Phone 624.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind. Prompt
attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.      New Westminster, B.C.
arrives j arriving at its
p.m.
Asked for a statement regarding the 000   in   Australia.
fur output for the year, Mr. Thompson European   countrj 	
said lie was not at liherty to discuss  number of telephones per number of  ion, the organized  piracy  of  our  de-
that -natter.    He expressed himself as  inhabitants���viz.,    33.2 per    1000    in-, signs and coloring on the part of an
greatlj satisfied with his trip.   "It was habitants; and Denmark has now oust-{American textile manufacturing ring.
only necessary to don a rain coat for-ed  Sweden  from that    position,    thel Rather than interfere with our large
one half day  during tiie whop, three figures for   Sweden   being    31.8   per  export business in the L'nited States
months,"  lie said. "The weather was  100O Inhabitants.   Still, all things con-  we have up to the  present  complied
as near perfect as possible and    the  sidered���the long distances and    the  with the new order, but we have made der for Purc,hase of Norlh Half of ,
journey without untoward incident."     I often  difficult  countrv.  Sweden  must  our American agent bear the expense  ,    Bloek    r,     ciark'son    and    Begbie
  be said to hold the premier position   of the samples.    We suppose that he s'treelg   New Westminster. B. C." will
Traction Strike Fails. iin Europe, at least: and Stockholm is  in turn has passed ou the expense to bg receive(1 umU iw p   M    on Tues.
Columbus. O.. Oct.  19.��� The Street first of all the worl l's cities   as   re- the American customer, thus the cost
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the undersigned, and endorsed  "Ten-
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St, Foot of Sixth.
Car Men's union last night called off  gards number of telephones per num- must eventually be borne by the con-
tii.. strike which has been in progress  ber of    Inhabitants.    The    Stockhelm sumers in the Lnited    States.    With
Bince June 24. The men have receivei j Telephone    company    has    180   sub- the  Amen
no concessions from the company.        scrlbers per 1000 inhabitants.
tlie British, the trouble is. of course.
that impractical men, innocent of all
are
day. November 15. 1910, for the pur-j
chase of the lot mentioned.
Each  tender  must be accompanied I
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank,  for  the sum  of   five   hundred
($500.00), payable to tbe order of tne
The
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
sine standard article
READY  FOR USE,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For rr, thing ���oap.aoftonlm wntar,
removing eld paint. dUlnfactlns
ilnht, closata, drains and tor
tntny other purpose*. A can
aqumta 20 pound* SAL SODA.
SOLO CVCRVWHERC.
E.W.GILLETTSSrtfS
TOR ONTO. OMT.
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] Ryall's Drug Store \
��� EYES TESTED BY OPTICIANS. i
��� .  m .^. m * mmmmmm.m.m.     ..��AAAUAAUt4Ut4tt��lttl
IF YOU WANT A
NERVE TONIC
Try AS AY A NEURAL
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $1.50
knowledge  of  bnslness wrong,    ��. Honourable the   Minister   0,   Publk
allowed to assume positions in which whk,h ^       forfei,ftd if the
thej become a danger to the state.       . .,__;,
May Result in Higher Prices.
'1 d;i not for a moment sugsest that
your officials have wilfully or maliciously entered into a conspiracy
with tbe American textile manufacturing interests to filch our samples
for the purpose of copying them and
underselling us, but the effect Is the
��� i same so far as we are concerned.    I
4  suppose we shall nol    be complying
* with the new    orders    long    before 1 LAND ACT
American textile manufacturing inter- __. ..
esls  will  be  able  to  duplicate  almost   New Westminster Land District.    Dis-
every cloth we wend out,    BUl    at  the trict  0f   n.w   Westminster.
same time the American textile Inter-     Tnlte n0,|,,e   that ,r0. n   Ferdinand
ests  will  probably  have    effected    B  |)aKKS   of Kelson    Island,    occupation
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid  Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $6,900,000
tenderer decline to complete the purchase.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the highest or any tender.
Bv order.
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department   of    Public    Works, Ottawa, October 12, 1010.
BB I X-   I     I     	
The Bank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba
throughout the island; also tn
Porto Klco, Bahamas. New York
and  Dondon,  England.
Correspondents In all parts
of 'he Qlobe, thus affording
every Hanking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L.  M.  RICHARDSOM. Manager
n^�� ***���*.*. ***
************** ********************"������*!h���;i %*.'?!�� i::;;;":,!0 ?*.,,? J?farmer' ,n,en> '��.nppV;,,f,":,rrmi!
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap contains  nothing that will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at i
Five Cents a Bar
mite likely the ultimate   result    of .|on to p���n.llB8e (be   following   de-
these new   regulations   will   pe thai scribed lands
Amei lean consumers   ot
I have to pay  far  more foi
LAUNDRY WOI
textile Will      commenelns    at     a    post    planted   RS dOlie by US glVeS    the   UC-
r Whal  thev B|������,(    n���e    ,,,ii��� northeast    from the . . _
wear and without their redress of go-  hpad  of  ^tllilifira  bny.  and  about    4"   fUOSt Satisfaction. UUreqUip-
ment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean,   Economic,  Prompt,
White labor only employed
Ina across the Atlantic for variety.      ichaltt* easterlv from    the    BWltbeasl
Strong   Protest. come- of timber lot    number    37341
Burberry*, the .rent textile e.porl 1llPn,.e north 40 chains, thence east
Ina firm, with otTtcpp tn <lohten suuaiP. t{, ,.i,.,|ns thence south 40 chains,
bas Bettt lOttg letters of ph>l��st agalhsl thence west 40 chains to point of
tiie new cu.t.Miis veaulatlon both to commencenient, containing 160 acres
the American consul . enernl ln Lon- ,11(,re ov iesg
dob ami to (he  London  chamber    of JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS.
commerce    The manager of this firm     Dated August 29, 1910,
which has its  American    .ranch    on '
Hioadway, New Yoik, and exports on
an average of $oon,iinn worth of textile to the l'nited States annually. Including large quantities of read, made
NOTICE.
On and  after October 1, 1910.
���p.
clothes an 1 water proofs for the big t|ie unflprsietipd. wlll sell coal for
shops In the larger American cities (,a3|, on|r, either with the order or on
as  well  ns  large  shipments  of  cloth  delivery
Madam���This Delicious
Dessert Saves Time
Instead of spending hours over a tot ����>��$>$��& &fc��3.
Sugar Wafers.   Their delicious flavor will surpnse and please
It cos, us thousands of dollars and ��* ���������� ""*'   Taste
it once and you will say that both time and money were well speni
Here are ^ttoeeofmaayre^o^^A^^j"^^
Wafers. r>.t-theirdelicioussp.cyandapp��angta,te.i^n
to serve them-they are always ready-always good.    / (urtf-tney
Mooney's Sugar Wafers
Canada's Mo,t Popular Desx-rt
MooneysSugar Wafers arcrnadeir.the fi^^g^^JSS
nothing but the best ingredients. S^S^wSSS ** because we pay
are from the finest dairies in Western Ontano. Vtc&xJJ^^^ Mcthod t^t
top prices. Then there is the pcomp^^^^'j^d soda cracker.
Save to the Dominion, Perfection AX!f^a^^ the finest growing bustoeaa
The same high quaHty standard ^^^^s^Twafes.
-Canada goes into cnorgreatest^^^J^^ ^
At your pocet's, in d^nt,, ��m and aUm**-*n**t ***>   �����"        "^
H* Mooney Bi>��iit and Caiuiy Coag^LMy^
In roll, saitl: "in reply to a letter of
protest which we sent to the Amerl-1
can conanl genernl nt London he stat- {
ed that we were only one trf many
firms tnaklne protevts on thp same
ground and he could no mom help 'is
than he could the others. Naturally
he could only perform his dutips according to law.    If . ugepstlons to the
American treasury officials   wpre   in
oidpr I would suggest that tliey call
on all the American consuls for rp-
ports embodying the gist of tbe protests made by the exportpis aciilnst
Hip now regulations, tottt treasury
officials perhaps cannot be blamed for
not bpltie experts It) thp routine busi- :
ness coiiiipctptl with thp tpytilp export-1
ing trade, bin there is no ettstwe for
their not learning of Dip conditions in
vlpw of the iinrivallpd opportunltv
tbpy have to learll through thp American consuls, who fteceesfttlly mip in
close touch with all 0 f us."
GILLEY  BRO? .  LTD.
JOSHPH  MATRRS,
BELYRA ft CO.
New Westmlaster, SPpt. 21.
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
Eastertrook Milling Coiftpany,
FLOUR !
Et
urne.
B.
FLOUR I
HUNGARIAN JEWEL     $6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL   $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR f4.50 per Bbl
Ma         ���   o r*     flodr and feed merchants
cQuarne & lo.	
FRONT STREET. New Wettmln*ter, Yelephone S33.
cm
v����f
o _
ST. CHARLES
eVAPORXTED CREAM
There ll nothltig *o ******** for th* b��try
** :t. Ch��rl��i Cre��m. Tlie result of
tnnlytlo by prominent etpert c*��emi��t��
���ticw��th��t:.t.Ch��rl*iiCretin,when properly reduce*) with pnt. *~U**4 *******
{. Hi idiridentlcal In every respect wtth
hnmaa milk. It differs from other
milk products In that it It lUriUied by
hot alone. .,     .
8t. Charles Cream does not curdle when
wed on acidulous fruits and impart* a
rich, delicate flavor. ItU ���
hmnuM milk. It ia
not only best tot mother
and iutant���It ia better
than the best ordinary
milk for all purpoaes.
Sold by beat ffrocet*
everywhere.
��� CON
INFANT.
ls*4****trl*.    *     *    OstU
&ara
FOR SALE
?nue, be-   I
Beautiful Cleared Lot on Fourth Avenue
tween Second and Third streets, cornering cn lane.
Fenced.   20 bearing fruit trees.
$1000, Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY--
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City^peciaTuU
I "    PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,    OCTOBER
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HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right nrices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia St.
Principal.
Hand Bags
New Stock        Good Values
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of
Hand Bags ever shown in
this city.   From $1.00 up.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;    Long    Distance,    M'
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Mrs. T. F. Gifford Jr., of 631 Third
street.   -. . ���   ��� i. c- t./dav,
Quartei  acres in the big ��reeir field
jus   aci oss i       ������    ier  \SrKgtf.    Easj
Reid, CurUd und Eforgan, 706
Columbia stieel **
Major Johnson will be in command
of the first parade of ?...- ttJKh Regi-
ment at t i;e armouries'this evening.
Thomas Meredith, of Fiitli avenue,
left on Monday for a two j,:onths'
business and pleasure trip to London.
England.
The   Lancashire   Old  Boys   regular
meeting   wlll  be  held   on   Thursday.
| Oct. 20, in the rear of the old Oddfel-
' lows'  hall,  Columbia  stieet.    All  are
requested   to  attend. **
Kenneth   K.  Brown, of Princtbn, is
spending a few days at  the home of
I his parents,  Mr. and Mrs. J. C.Brown.
| Columbia sti eet  cast.
The R. A. A;  I. society lias received
��� a .-i-ned cheque for $J5>i as Burnaby'.
| contribution   towards   the   expense  of
the Provincial exhibition.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at
, get   bouquets,   floral   designs  and   ail
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R :'08. *���
In the county court yesterday the
case of Draper vs. Cunningham was
heard and tlie decision reserved. The
case of Draper vs. Marshall was settled out of court.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf at .
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. **
The formation of a ratepayers' association for Ward 3, Burnaby, will be
considered at a meeting to be held
at tbe residence of K. B. Cale, Third
avenue and Fifth street, Burnaby,
this evening.
Do you want to laugh? Then go to
Ithe amateur races at tlie roller rink
j this evening. **
In tlie second round of the newspa-
! per men's bowling tourament yesterday  Rest defeated Turner by a small
j margin.    Levy still lias to play Fra-
j se:' and the winners will play off for
tie championship.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
idy's stoie.   Phone 184. **
H. B. Cox; of Kingston, Jamaica,
.here he is employed In the govern-
-ent offlces, was in the city yester-
ay.    He Is making a tour of Canada
nil picking up hints which may be
sef';l to him in Jamaica.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Keith
| Woods, took place yesterday  from the
1 residence  of   her  son-in-law,   I.   Hud-
! son.   and   was   largely    attended    by '���
\ friends  of the  deceased.      Interment
| took piace in the Odd Fellows' cemetery, Rev. j. s. Henderson performing
'the religious exercises both at the residence and  the  grave side.    The  following are the names of the pail-bear-
!ers:     I.   Hudson.  A.   Day.   G.   Wood,
W.   Wood,    A.    Sutherland    and    W.
Knight.
Try a  "Want" ad
will bring results.
In Tlie News   It
.*
CITY   SOLICITOR   RESIGNS.
En-
Victoria Official Differed with
gineer on Asph.lt Matter.
Victoria, Oct. 19.���City Solicitor F.
H. McDiarmid yesterday tendered his
resignation to tlie mayor. He has
taken tiiis action in consequence of a
difference of opinion between himself
and tlie city engineer with regard to
what constitutes asphalt pavement.
When tlie city recently advertised for
tenders for the asphalt bids were received from a company desiring to
supply a [lavement with concrete base
and westrumite facing. Tho city engineer held that this complied with
the specifications, while the solicitor ,
! held that it did not. The council at
its meeting Monday night agreed with
the engineer's views and hence the
resignation. Mr. McDiarmid came !
here  from Lindsay. Ont.. last Julv.
Attractive
Window
Draperies
Probably  some of your  windows are in need ol ni
tains.     Have   you   ever  stopped  to consider  wh
most attractive and  serviceable   material?      When
are bringing our stock we endeavor   to   Belect   patti
in   materials   suitable   for   any window In a hoi i
Vmi   will   tind  our   showing, curtain     muslins
'��� J \    any requirement, be it in the garret or the besl rooi
borne.
Today we describe a few of our Madras and Muslli
ne
we
i
���
Centenarian Celebrates.
Tacoma, Oct. 1..���Friends of John
Reeves, a veteran of tbe Indian wars,
will give a banquet to night to celebrate his one hundredth birthday.
His wife died three years ago.
42-Inch  Cream   Madras in   floral designs,  per yard  26c  and  30c.
45-Inch white or cream Madras |n neat Btripes, squares and floral designs.    Per  yard,  4"c  and   45c.
50-Inch Madras, cream and eciu, In a splendid range of light medium
and heavy weights, with lacelike or heavy conventional designs..
Per yard 5Uc, t'.oe and Hoc.
Heavy Madras known as "velet Madras" with heavy patterns,
scalloped edges: cream and ecru very rich finish. Per yard Ke and
.1.00.
Two-Tone Madras in heavy conventional designs in rich Shadings of
cream, ecru, brown  ,etc.
Colored Madras In a large range of colors, in weights and designs.
suitable for window and arch drapes, library and hall windows, etc.
Per yard, 46c to .1.5U.
ll
The Public
Supply S'jres
LYNE',
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold,  Have vou Furni-
' *i
ture   to   sell?   See   me or
ring up No. 275.
Ihe Centnl Hotel Cafe
Opposite E. C, E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623   Harrilton  St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools,  Septic Tanks,   Etc.,   Etc.
Na-Dru-Co
Tooth  Paste
ALSO
Talcum Powder
Hose, Borated, Violet and Flesh.
See Our Window.
T. A. MUIR &. CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Block.   iM Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Mrs, A. J.  Shook, dressmaker, 507
JAfnes   street,   wished   to   inform   her
[<   sto   eis   that   she  can   take  orders
foi   a  few more costumes for cotnple-
. ..'on for Thanksgiving Day; **
A meeting of the Westminster Be-
nevolent society will be held in the
City hail at 2:30 p. m. today.
Members of St. Albans church wlll
give a concert in tlie Burnaby niunici-
pal ball tomorrow evening.
If you want to enjoy yourself, see
t' <��� amateurs race on rollers at tlie
ri.k this evening. ***
The i. arriage took  place  in   Holy
Trinity Cathedral last nis.it of Gwendoline,   daughter   of    Mr.    and    Mrs.
James  W.  Harvey, of New  Westminster,   to   Walter   Scott   Brown.     Rev.
Canon   d'Easum   performed   the  cere-
I mony.    Tl.e wed ling was attended by
'a large number of friends of the con-
i trading parties.
For carnations, sweet peas and
'dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
j H 208. ���*
In the police court yesterday morn-
! ing four vugs were told to travel be-
| yond the city limits and keep on trav-
I elllng. Three samplers of the wob-
: bly fluid were mulcted |2.60 and costs
j and ii fourth, a son of Ham. was Instructed to contribute five dollars to
���'i civic exchequer, be having quail-
: fied for a drunk and disorderly charge.
I
Today at io a. m. T. J. Trapp
will sell at the resldenoe of the
; Rev. Dr. Tnylor, 811 Third avenue, his
household effects, including good carpets, pictures, parlor, dining and bed-
room furniture, folding organ, kit'-ben
utensils, ball stove, baby carriage,
high chair, canned fruit, and garden
. bose almost new. **
The death occurred al the Royal
Columbian hospital yesterday of David Percy Oswald, aged sixty-five
years, a retired Presbyterlati minister.
Two of liis sons were living here
I with him. Tbe funeral will take place
| on Saturday from bis late residence
: on   North   road   to  the  Odd   Fellows'
cemetery.    W   E, Fales has charge of
the funeral  arrangements.
Look Over
ji our groceries and then Judge
whether they and tlieir prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. Tbey
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
New Art Sateens
i and Cretonne
Draperies
Every piece In our large new showing  was  personally  selected���the
choice is exceptionally huge, both In quality and design. Many attractive inexepenslve fabrics, euItable for curtains, cushions, ci i. b,
drapes, etc., are to be had at less cost than usual. See the pi lai
showing.   This week.   Per yard, 15c to 45c.
Children's
Bearcloth
Coats
$2.75 to $5.50���A splendid assortment of white and brown
Bearcloth Coats for the little
folks.     Sizes   are   here
able for children one-half to
six years of age.    Coatt
trimmed with flat braidi
braid   ornaments.     Many   of
coats are made with double
cape  or  smart   military  collars.       Flannellette      and
heavy   satin   lining    add    to
weight  uud   warmth  of the
garments.   Prices each J- "5
?::. (3.60, $4.7". $5 and (5 ' .
Children's
Knitted Wool
Coats
White knitted coats, nol
.  1     sweater     style,
di <:- :���.    full     an *     i eefi
length.    Coat.-,   nh ejj
and  made wilh  turnoi (
lars and cuffs; trimmed wll
;. ;���     braids:   si-\ eral 8 tj le -
from which to choose.
Each, $3.00. $4.50,  and $5.75.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
CITY
Tenders for' New Flre Hall.
The   corporation   requires   tenders
i for  the eection  of a  new  Fire  Hall
Ion Thirteenth stieet.
Plans and specifications as prepared hy .1. \V. B. Iib..kman, City
Engineer, can be obtained at the City
Hall during ofllce hours.
Tenders to be delivered to the undersigned by 6 o'clock p, in. on the
24th. day of October, JfilO.
Tbe lowest or any tender not nec-
essarily accepted.
W. A. PUNCAN.
City Clerk
City Hall, October 11, 1910.
Royal City Chemical
Cleaners and Dyers
Look  Over Your Wardrobe.
We can help you work wonders with clothes you :'re Inclined to throw away. Take no
Chanc.es  with  articles of value.
G. F. BALDWIN, Proprietor.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
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| Some Special Snaps j
{  THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY  *
Streets on three sides  X
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Hrackuiaii
Ker  wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.ni., for
Ladner,  Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. nnd Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westmln-
ster at 5 a.m. ��.,.. , ���
This  schedule subject  to change without notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply to �����
ROBERT^JARDI NE, Manager
This  property  ���
5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view,
of this  property.    1350 each.   Terms.
10  lots  extending  from  First  to  8econd   street      .
Is especially well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Pries $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE
.     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.     j
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STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
House wiring a specialty, All orders
given prompt attention, and ' night
calls answered.
Phenes 761 and 581.
Office:    ho��4     *35 Columbia Street.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 1( 1 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
ADVERTISE IN THE NEW5
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