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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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VOLUME B,
NUMBER 229.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1910.
PRICE FIVE  CFNT9.
Ikonomic reasons
may stifle loyalty
([JudgeGrantham Sees Danger
0f America Getting Whip
Hand Over Canada.
i  i
Oct.
-Among     tl
DIME NOVEL READER
COMMITS SUICIDE
Boy Hangs Himself in Aberdeen Jail After Reading
Lynching Story.
.     0n the Empress of Britain
: here today  were    Mr.
I   ���   ,   Grantham and liis   daughter
,   stated  tn  an   inten lewei
,  El    tl _B position  with  Canada
Engl md.    ll   vvas for her
���   America   trom    obtainli
,. nd over Canada, and there
i danger of thai al present.
ty ol Canada towards tho
, '..,       mntrj   was  Intense, but    !t
.   be outweighed   by   economic
..   and by the facl  thai  there
ffgg a great influx of Americans into
Canada which vvas causing a tendency
: ���,:: erica favorably.
JAPANESE POACHERS
SEIZED IN THE NORTH
",.< rdeen, Wash., Oct. 25.- Pri
' ��� '������ ''".'��� fourti "a >( are of agi .
hani e I : Imself in the women's ward
'��� city Jail here this afternoon,
" e bi d being tii.-' ioven i and i
down wl en the Jailer wenl In to take
him his aupper.
The lad was arrested recently for
I (,|'> larcency and was awaiting ci a -
n.it'i.i ..��� to the trail lng school.
I" tl e pockets were found a num-:
bi'  ol dime novels of the mosl lurid
kind,   One of these was folded bai :���
al a page describing a lynching scene I
in the early days of the wild west.
REWARD OffERED FOR ' SPAIN READY TO
FINDING Of AERONAUTS
CURB IFMUTION
French Railway Tieup Was Engineered For the Purpose of
Promoting Anarchy, Riot and Civil War,
Declares Premier Briand.
Thousand   Dollars    Awaits Sudden Outbre t in Portugal
1 ;';' '��� Oct.  .-.    on the reassembly
"' : ��� '' '        dei "if,s after   the
'   ' rntni nl had been attacked by the
So li !':"   li    I      nd created    a
'    ation by declaring thai   the con-
���    ���    le 3 ol the reci nl
railwa,- strike i    le II appear that tlie
wh��1e thing was d deliberate plot to
overthrow the government by promoting anarchy, riot and i ivil war.
The premiei said thai the cabinet
would make a study of the matter
with a view to preventing a repetition
of the occurrence and at the same
time protecting the rights and privileges ol the wage earners.
Man   Bringing   News   of
Crew of America II.
Saved  Risi ���-   In Spain-
Danger No i )ver.
Madrid, via J. nlaye, Oct, 25.���
Rumors of a secret gathering of revolutionary spirits in Spain today aie
causing ihe    Spanish    throne    much
Vancouver, Oct. 25.���The United
Igtate revenue '-utter Manning, which
[recently arrived in the sound from
p.    ;  -   I cruise in tlie Hehrlng sei.
bi ight news of the capture of four
I Japanese Beating schooners, discover-
j, : : 'in in the Behrlng sea.    anl
I eleven Japanese caught on the Pavlof
island  kerles engaged in clubbing
Bl
Tlie .la on nose confined  their opera-
��� ne to the water area outside the
Ithree-ralle limit and within the sixty-
mile limit   beyond   which   Canadian
... " kept.    It   is  estimated   by
the officers of the revenue cutter that
��� ,   Japanese  poachers  secured   5t	
skins.
In order to put    a ston   to   ihe.e
di piedatlons on    the    so l
herd, II  has heen   suggested  by  the
rs ol the Manning that tlie Jap-
-.. .    ���   els be prevente 1 from scon American soli. The
'' nnli    reported volcanic   eruptions I
durh     er cruise in the \Icinity    of
Bi gi -        nd  1' '��� Iof  islands.
Pushing Scenic Railway Project.
Victoria, Oct. 25.���The departmenl
of works is taking up tlie matter
brought before Premier McBride of a
railway from Banff into the upper
Columbia valley and the undertaking
will he rushed forward next year. This
road will not only be a fine scenic
route, but wll] also open up a Bplen 111
section of country wliich will no doubt
be quickly niied with settlers.
COL, FUOMHE COMING TO
INSPECT PENITENTIARY
Salvation   Army   Official   Will   Spend
Some  Time on  Coast Studying
Conditions in Jails.
JUDGE OF HORSES MAKES
COMMENTS AND CRITICISMS
Woodstock  Sentinel-Review   Publishes
Interview witli  P. Farrell, Equine
Expert at Exhibition.
Winnipeg, Oct. 25.-���Colonel Pug-
mire, of the prison reform department
of the Salvation Army, is on his way
to Vancouver. N'ew Westminster, and
other coast cities to investigate
prison conditions and inspect the
jails.
it is expected that Colonel Pugmire
will devote several days to a thorough
study of conditions at the Westminster penitentiary, where every facility
for his wer',; has been promised hlm.
P. Farrell, of Woi dstock, Ont.,
who
SEATTLE
MAN  STOLE
JEWELS WOR"
H $10,000
Chicago, Oct.
���Frank V. Hrown.
was heie at the time ol the provincial ol Seattle, was arrested today at
exhibition   when   be  acted   as  one    of \ Lachine.     Wisconsin,     charge.1     with
SEVEN SCHOONERS ARE
FEAREO LOST ON ATLANTIC
Lumber Laded    Vessels    Encountered
Heavy   Gales  Off  Jamaica  and
Are  Now  Overdue.
New York, Oct. 25.���Clifford B, Harmon, a prominent aeronaut and one
of the men most Interested from a
scientific standpoint in the great balloon race which started from St.
Louis recently, has announced tbat he uneasiness and predictions that Spain
will offer a reward of $1000 for the is soon to undergo such as crisis as
discovery of Allan R, llawley and recently enacted with disastrous ;e-
Augustus Post, the two men who dis- ,, , ... ,, , , ���
appeared in the balloon America II.,j8Ulte '" Klng Manuel In Portugal, are
and  who are supposed to  be lost in  "fe.
the northern wilds of Canada. His Preparations to meet such an emer-
idea is lliat his donation should form gency are heing quietly made by King
'C^i:;A subscription to make Alfonso, who has gathered Ms ad.
ter the m      L;'pi1"1'"0   " 6 Bearch visers ahout him and any moment the
Air,���   nil���   , ���,     revolution is liable to break, accord-
Ail over Ontaiio people are on the
look out for the missing men.    From '
Sudbury   an   expedition     will     leave !
overland  and  another    balloon    may I
Kingston, Jamaica, Oct. 25.���Fears
are entertained for the safety of
seven schooners which left American
ports several weeks ago with cargos
of lumber for this port.
The Karl of Aberdeen arrived in
New Orleans last night with her sails,
steering gear and hand rail washed
away. She reports violent storms on
the Atlantic.
follow.
Men who know the northern country are also starting out from Toronto
and will investigate the story of the
hunter who avers he saw the balloon
make a  landing.
ANNUAL REPORT OF
CANADA'S GRAND ID MAN
ULE.IL NEEDS MORE
TRACKAGE FOR CARS
Square  Between   Queens   Avenue  and
Auckland Street to Be Utilized as
Railway  Yards.
��� ||   held   a     special     sireet
estei day morning, when the
.- ���   ���. - ;��� s| ecte l the pn posed new
rda of the B, C, B,  tt on
��� i el Tlie company wished the CO mi 11 to approve of certain
tracks and switches which they had
planned foi Twelfth street to .ive the
b   ��� -   to the yards.
ifti    . loklng over the ground the
council decided that some changes In
the plai �� Mihi have to be made be-
I ' thi ipproved of them and they
i Ifled the company t<> that effect, i
The officials of the companj wlll sub-
mil new plans with amendments as
' te i by the city  and then  the
work wll) pieced al  once.
I' Is the intention to till with tracks
"n' ��� ire between Queens avenue i
and Auckland Btreet At the start ;
elgl' tracks wlll be laid The new
o Iation i - necessary to accom-
1 tl ������ freight cars and spare ex-
I  l used     on   the    Chilliwack
on which, although the line
rcelj  completed there is a  re-
lm reaxe ol  business.
S'nce the pavement  has been com-;
' ' "| mi Columbia  street  the    i om
��� n longer leaving Its eats on
1  '        " '   ovei nlghl   and     the    addi-
l ce  near  the ear  bai ns is
ntial as soon as It can
bl        ided I
cOHOES AND DOGS
ARE   RUNNING WELL
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lit
8
l0Ugh  theie aie  no  mole    sock-
" lug   cu,i. ui    in   uie   i i.er,   mo
'' :irii are being kepi  tali i>   busy ,, ...
*'"" l "'ales ana uog sainion.     I bo St. '
"'"' " iiiiinei v   has  oecu  i iiunln_   tor
 atiiB wiia these nsii ana Ue
,;'    ��� eu tne doing very well.
' '   i'i ue ol  n.i.i  is I'.uK'n  higher
>��s been  ui former .eai'S and
' "".>    tue   lisiiein.en   V*UO   aie
...t>   Us il   al   ah   ate   making
1 ae cannery pays as tuuuu as
the judges of the horses, has now returned to his home aud given - me ol
hla opinions on the way things are
���'."tie in the west.
The following are Mr. Farre'l's Impressions as be .ave them to tbe
Sentinel-Review in Woodstock:
P Knileil, sr.. arrived home last
night from the west, where he has
bi en acting as judge of horses at the
British Columbia provincial fair, held
In New Westminster, twelve miles
from Vancouver.
ln comersation with a Sentinel-Review representative this morning, Mr.
Farrell Bald the show of horses there,
taken as a whole, was very pood 1 e
heavy-draught brood mares and teams
were exceptionally fine, and Ha ��aeya
were also Bl i ong classes.
The coach horses were not so good.
being behind the Ontario fairs in
quality, but roadsters again were u
(.rand lot, showing both speed and
quality.
in heavy draught  horses there was
considerable      variety.     Percherons.l
Shires, Belglums and   Clydea   bein;.; j
Bhown,      but     the    champion    heavy
draught horse on the grounds was   a I
Civile,   there  was  a   bigger  horse,    a
Percheron, bul the quality and action
of tbe Clvde won it first place.
Cattle and sheep    were    very good,
especially the latter, but the exhibits
1 which most aroused Mr. Farrell's admiration were    those   of   fruits   and
I vegetables, which he says beat anything he lias ever seen.
The buildings on the grounds are
very good, und a large one ts at present under construction, which will allow the showing of all animals, etc.,
under cover in cast' of Wet weather.
This would probably have been appreciated this year as the first three days
of the show were very wet. which
kept  some of the crowd away.
Mr.   Kartell   was  deli, bled   with  the
enterpi Ise and push   shown   in   tbe
eilies. and thinks Victoria is probably
as nice a city lo reside in as nny that
could be found.
Asked   lo   cinn re     the     '.bow   of
' Poises in the west with that of an
Ontario fair, he said thai  then
:a i.ieai difference, In that
were shown In   great   numbers   oul
there, whereas none are shown here.
ITalte   these   away,   however,   and     be
, thinks a fair like Toronto wlll bring
OUt   fully  as  gOOd   a   lOl   Of  horses  as
seen  i'l  the  west,  and  the  voiin.
sioci, here is better.
stealing    from    a    Chicago    hotel
Batchel  containing jewels valued
$10,000.     He  confessed   his   guilt
night.
All but $100 worth or the
pi ipertj was recovered when
was  arrested.
stolen
Brown
Clean-up for Chinatown.
Now    York.    Oct.    25.���"No    man's
land" in Chinatown is no more.   The
new police regime in New York city
lias placed the little strip of pavement
in Chatham square where    four   precincts converge under tiie supervision !
of Elizabeth station.    Because    of    a
a J question as to  what policemen  were
at .entitled to make arrests there the spot
t��- i has been a favorite haunt of    shady
Chinatown characters.   The new   or-
Immigration      From      British      Isles
Shows Decided Increase���Strathcona   Issues   Warning.
|de,
i up
i
i
is In line With the plan to "clean
the Oriental quarter.
ARBGTIINOT CHARGED WITH j LENEVE GIRL IS EREED
FRAOD IN BIG TIMBER DEAL'   AFTER FE. HOURS TRIAL
President  of   Redeemable   Investment
Company A-cuses Victoria  Man
of  Misrepresentation.
Dr.  Crippen's   Paramour   Declared Not
Guilty   of   Knowledge   of   Murder
of    Belle    Elmore.
Victoria, (let. 1!.".���Norman I'lass.
president of the Redeemable Investment companv. of Boston, whose offices were recently raided by the
federal officers who took bia books
an I cash, today began an action
against John Axbuthnot and the Vancouver Island Lumber company.
I'lass (barges Arbutbnot with misrepresentation in respect to the sale
of certain timber limits to the I'lass
Lumber company, a subsidiary concern to tlie Redeemable Investment
company, lie sues for the repayment
of the purchase price and $125,000
damages.
It is alleged that Arbulhnot represented to I'lass that there was 365,-
000.000 feet of timber In certain
limits, and when they came to be
cruised It was found that there was
barely 16,000,000 teet The case is
arousing great  Interest   here.
London, Oct. 25.���After a trial last-,
ing but a few  hours in the New  Bailey Criminal court today, a Jury found
Ethel Claire Leneve not guilty as anj
accessory after the fact  In  tiie murder of Cora Belle Crippen. for whose!
death tlie hitter's husband, Ur. H. H.
Crippen,  will  die on the  gallows on
November R.
There was a sequel to the Crippen
murder case today when the high
court inflicted a flne of $1000 on Assistant Kditor Perris for contempt of
court in permitting the publication in
the London Chronicle of a story as-
sertina that Dr. Crippen had puv-
chased hyoBclne and had confessed.
to the murder of his wife. The court
ordered that Perils be imprisoned until the line is paid.
int; to those vvho have watched the
impending struggle from a disinterested point of view.
That the movement in Spain was
originally planned to be simultaneous
with that in Portugal ls admitted by
King Alfonso and his cabinet. Only
the more rapid development, of the
republican idea in Portugal saved
Spain, they believe, and every effort
will be made to thwart the plans of
the Spanish revolutionists, who are
encouraged by Portuguese success.
Spain's first step to fight the revolution has been to raise the pay of the
army officers. This step was made to
offset, the overtures to the military
made hy the revolutionists. The order
particularly affects non-commissioned
officers, as it. is this class whose
loyalty is most unstable.
General Asenar. minister of war,   is
taking steps to eradicate the influence
of tlie public inns.
The soldiers frequent these places
i"  ���.    ���    ii- The       -;!     ,,,.  of amusement  more    than any    other
port of Lord Strathcona. bavin, pa:- '' .1('e ,i,n(1 ,the Inn-keepers are ad-
tlcular reference to Immigration mat- n?ittefl to Have a sreat influence over
ters. has just been issued. ith(:,n;en'.   ^ some of these places re-
Durlng the fiscal vear 85,943 British!1        -������������   i    ;.���..��������� i
and 27,372 non-British subjects, a total cf 1133115, came to Canada.
ln the proceeding year the total
was 95,428, The movement from Canada, much of it temporary, totalled
46,791,
His Lordship states that the u- .'
regulations promulgated last March
with respect to Immigration caused
considerable misapprehension, and he
Iquotes in full an interview he gave to
a London daily explaining Just what]
the regulations mean.
The world wide depression, lie
states, has almost completely lifted
and an atmosphere of greater confidence prevails in all directions. In
other features of tlie report the High
Commissioner states: The news ca-1 U]e poiice all the trouble on Monday
blegram service wliich was instituted Llg)lt| W|iei, a mun named O'Neill and
such places are being closed by the
war minister.
EL8PING MM GRABBED
mm TG GET MARRIED
Father McDonald Relented and Daughter Barbara Is Now Mrs. O'Neill
���Ceremony in Vancouver.
The  Milner romance  which  caused
in October,  1906,    continues    to    i"-;;ui.s  Ba
crease its usefulness aud the full pub- gom^   ���,,
licity which Is given to the messages, Lter _-[\._
and the    frequent    quotations    made
from  them at public functions, board
meetings, etc., point to the wide range
of Its    influence.      The    manner    in
a  McDonald,  an  eloping
c held up at the Westmin-
. ha.l a happy ending yesterday, when the couple were quietly
married iu Vancouver.
.Irs. and Mrs, McDonald, the-father
and mother of the girl, arrived from
which it secures publicity for news Milner ]ate on Monday night. It is
items setting forth Canadian develop- understood that Mr. McDonald wlth-
ment, etc., abundantly justifies not'{jrew i,ls objections to the match and
only its inception, but also a further offered to let them get married at
expansion of the service. i home whenever they wished, or to go
As was to be expected, there have ' wlth them t0 Vancouver where they
been a certain number of complaints I cot]1(1 get married at once,
in respect of the wrongful deportation      The  ..at onoe" proposition seemed
to be most acceptable   to   both   tlie
principals   in   tlie   elopement   and   so
of ineligible persons from Canada.
and in connection with these it has
been a source of satisfaction to me to gj~ whole party went to Vancouver in
Scenes of Desolation Follow
Ravages By Flood and Quake
receive from time to time your assui
ances that it is the desire of the
government to aiminister the Im ni-
gration act In snot a manner as to
obviate as far as possible any hardship falling upon those who from various causes are so unfortunate as to
come under its operation.
The assistance which is rendered to
Canadians who become destitute in
Europe is a matter which demands an
Increasing amount of time and atten
tion in this   department
an automobile about one o'clock yesterday morning and later in the day
the couple were happily married.
O'Neill  is a real estate  agent    of
Vancouver.
FEDERAL EMPIRE PLAN.
Naples, Oct
-Ravaged by earth-1 bo 'les have
��� i
'������>��� waslquakes.iy volcanic fire and by flood, tides.    The dead on the
Stallions   the  provinces Of  Naples  and  Sale: no   Iscbia.   off   Naples,  excee
l.a
ll .,
uge
v  cents ior co.h.c., and nine or
" ms ior uogB,
"���"'' "i luese aie put into c
M tne luaut heie in mu
"l"sl oi i, em go to keep
'"'*��� liiuei-j   !>,..',,   at tao
1  '"">.  M���e ot the liver
stormy, inn.
toe can-
o. aueiy
Wilhelm Visits Albert.
Brussells, Oct, 85.���Emperor William of Germany is the guest of
King Albert Ol Bel. lum. He arrived
this afternoon and was met at the
Btatlon by the king and qui en. On
the arrival at the royal palace a reel ption was given by the diplomatic
corps and a grand
held this evening.
een borne inshore by the
Island of
d twenty as
-,���i , ... seat scenes of desolation and a result of the tidal wave.
suffering The authorities apparently On ihe slopes of Mount Vesuvius
annulled by the destructive combine-1new lava streams have burst lrom
Hon ,,'��� the elemonts, practically arejthe crater and rivers are flowing sea-
while admitting thai the ward, burning or eni
of yesterday are enormous, in their paths.
,ti the beautiful Bay of Naples, in , provinces in the
the Cult' of Salerno, scores of fishing ''lent mountain are covered with thirty
.ess,ds   were   wrecked   and
Inaeiiv e,
fatalities
man.
��� feet of mud.
julftng everything
The   roads     In     the
vicinity  of the    an-
dlnner   is   being
���������������������������������������������������
New  Highways  on   Island.
'""a.   Out.    ���������,!. -- Government
"''.' son i.j at present   ou   the
"ms; oi    Vancouver   island   in-
Ageni
Womi
vesti
Bating wiih
View     to     loeoui-
.   Lulls   aad   mads
:i'"' Idy  ia   use.    Sclilouieiit
1 I "| i "i ibe province   is   pro-
1;|i idly mul a number Of new
"111 probably  be nnnaiince.l in
future.
ceedlng
roads
v"*- near
A Hot Joke.
Walla Walla, Oct, 25.- In an
attempt to play a Joke on their
escorts here tonight two gins
took possession of an automobile while the men were in a
building. Attempting to start
thl, machine they get flre to it
and it was destroyed.   The car
was worth about |1500,
���������������������������������������������������
REGISTER TODAY
It is time to place your name on the voters' list
if you intend to vote at the forthcoming civic election.   You cannot vote unless you are registered.
The Qualifications :
Being a British Subject of the full age of twen-
ty-one years.
Residence in the city for the past six months.
Payment of an annual rental of $100.
The Place To Register :
City Clerk's office, city hall.   Office hours 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Home Rule All Round" Looked Upon
as First Step.
London, Oct. 26. ��� The idea of
The fund "home rule all round" as the first sten
appropriated by'parliament tor this toward the realization of a federal
purpose Is a very small one. and great empire appears likely to become a
care has to be exercised In Its dlstri- working policy. The Times has Just
bution. Some of Ihe pe.sons who are published a series of articles advocat-
asslsted In this way are young people, ing a compromise, urging that the sit-
who believe rightly or wrongly that uation Is quite changed since^ the
London offers a great career to them, "bloody eighties" and that the i'nlon-
Sueh persons should consider well be- ists might now with dignity acquiesce
fore tliey decide to come to this side, ln a policy of home rule. This shows
and should take note of the fact that how Unionist hostility towards homo
there    Is much    competition    in    all  rule is waning.
branches of human effort. I    It   is   reported   that   the   writer  of
In    conclusion      Lord    Strathcona these articles is a close friend of the
states:  "I am glad to he able to add   Right  Hon.  A. .1.  Balfour, the lender
that  the  class  of    Immigrants    now of the opposition In the Commons, and
pouring Into Canada  is. I am    assvr-  Austen   Chamberlain.
ed, of a most excellent character.''      I    Additional speeches by the Master
  jof  Ellbank,  chief  Liberal   whip,  who
Strikers Return to Work. spoke at Belfast a few nights aro, and
Pittsburg, Oct. 26.���Fifteen hundred other party leaders, point to the prob-
union boilermal'.ers  who    have    been ability that the conference on the veto
out on strike since August 1. returned to work today at increased wages.
A score of shops were affected.
power of the House of Lords will be
converted into a round table conference  for  discussion  of  federal  home
rule.
���������������������������������������������������
Centenarians Rescued.
New York, Oct. 26.���Three
women and one man, said to be
each over one hundred years
old, were among those rescued
rrom the cellar when lire broke
out in the home of the "Daughters of Jacob," one of the
largest old peoples' homes in
the city
This plan would suit the desire of
both Liberals and Conservatives ani
postpone the general election until
after the coronation.
Bathtub Trust Probe.
Washington. Oct. 25.���The department of justice will begin taking testimony in the government's suit
against the so-culled "buth-tub trust"
in Pittsburg on Oct. HLbefonj Lindsay C Spencer, a Baltimore attorney,
* * who has been appointed a sneclal mas
ter to hear the proceedings.
.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26
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Classified Advertisements IREAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
WANTED���DRESSMAKING BY THE
da.'.    Miss Kiliau. 624 Hamilton st.
ENGLISHWOMAN WOULD LIKE
housework, days or half days. Address D, Daily Xews.
WANTED ��� DINING
Apply Kings Hotel.
ROOM    GIRL,
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office       -        451  Columbia  St
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
Branch Office     ��� Kamloops, B.C
PORT MANN
TEN acres in section 27, block 5
north, range - west, adjoining the
townsite. Price $1000 per acre; one-
quarter casli.
WANTED���BY RELIABLE ACCOUN-
tant clerical work, writing up or
opening up sets of.bcoks; collections made: terms reasonable. Ap-
ly 27 Guichon block. 	
WANTED���GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
general downstairs work; must be
plain cook. Apply .Mrs. Dr. Jones.
4S Royal avenue.
TEN acres in section 35, block G
north, range 2 west. Price $660 per
acre; one-third cash.
WANTED���BY YOUNG LADY, Situation as clerk in store. Address L.
S., Daily  News.
SIXTY acres on
to townsite. )
one-third cash
three an.l four
Townline road, close
'lice $600    per acre;
balance    one, two,
years.
FATE IHAT BEfALLS
MANY PUBLIC IDOLS
Bryan Has Gone Way of
Other Notable Leaders in
the United States.
METEORIC CAREER OF       'SURREY MUNICIPALITY
BRAIN. LANCASHIRE LAD
TENDERS WANTED
Rose   From
Magnate,
Pit   Pony   Bey  to    Mining
But   Finally    Lands
Prison.
in
WANTED���A  YOUNG   WOMAN    AT
' once;  good wages to the right person.    Apply  Roval  City  dye works.
EIGHTY acres on Yale road in northeast quarter of section 24, township 2. Price $200 per acre; $5000
cash.
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
pirl for general housework. Good
wages to the right girl. Apply 220
Second  street.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminister. Fu.l
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
W ANTED ��� H O U S E KE E PING
rooms for married    couple.    Apply
Box A.A., this ottice.
William J, Bryan has met the fate
wliich came to Clay, Cass, Douglas,
Chase, McClellan, Blaine and others,
whose names once aroused the enthusiasm of their fellow-countrymen.
On a trivial issue, that of county option in dealing witli tlie liquor question, his state lias overwhelmingly declared against him, and liis prestige
as a national leader has departed.
A chronicler of tlie time related that
tin   Philadelphia.   Boston.   New   York
and other cities Democrats as well as
1 Whigs were depressed at tlie news of
Clay's defeat for the presidency by
Polk in 1844, in tlie third and last of
his canvasses. As the political protege of Jackson, Van Buren swept the
country in 1836, hut was beaten by
Harrison in 1S10, was refused a nomination in 1S44, and accepted the candidacy on the bolting free soil ticket
in ISIS. Cass, after many years of
manoeuvring for tlie presidential
Insurance. I nomination,  received  it  in   1848,  was
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,  defeated at the polls by Zachary Tay-
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
T. H. McCormick,
Manager Real   Estate   Dept.
Head   Office 451   Columbia  St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office -      Kamloops, B.C.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Fire,   Life,  Accident   and   Automobile
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���CHOICE OF TWO
cows; splendid milkers; just
calved; also three pigs. Chanticler
Farm,  Westminster Junction.
FOR SALE���ON EASY TERMS, SIX
roomed house and two lots' close
to tram. Immediate possession. Apply Owner, Box 271), City.
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, $700 per acre for
this month $1500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
Columbia  Street.     Phone  680.
DELTA.
ONE   HUNDRED   acres    improved    in
Delta;  $11,000 cash, or $14,000, one-
half cash.
SURREY.
EIGHTY  acres   improved    in   Surrey,
two   miles   from   tram; unimproved
land across the  road sold for  $100
per acre:  $4500 cash.
SEVEN   and   one-h
alf  acres
in
Ken-
nedy suf
division.
one-half
mile
fro m
Kennedy
Station;
$1800; cash takes
this.
lor.
Douglas won the South's hostility when, in 1S5S, he refused to aid
Buchanan in forcing Kansas to accept
a slave constitution against the will
of her people, and rather than support him, the Southern delegates at I
tlie Charleston convention, of 1800,
withdrew and split their party. Chase,
after having received many votes in \
IS!','1 for the Republican nomination,!
was willing to accept a nomination at !
the hands of tlie convention of 180S, ,
which met in Tammany Hall. t>ut that I
London. Oct. 21.���Colorado Smythe,
who was Sentenced at St. Helens,
Lancashire,  to  two   years   at    hard
labor on six charges of obtaining
money by false pretences, is an Englishman in wliose motoric career
some people on tlie other side of the
Atlantic are interested.
According to the evidence given in
court he started life in Lancashire
as a pli pony boy, and worked after
ward as a poller and a awltchman.
Then he married, but left his home
and went lo Boston, tit sl as a hotel
Breman, then as caretaker at tlie
Massachusetts Metallurgical Institute. There he mai ned Mary (.'litis-
line Topham, of Dorchester, Mass.,
by whom he had three children, who
are Bald to be living ln  Boston.
Witli some knowledge of mining
matters lie had pi.'ked up at the Metallurgical Institute he travelled I
about in the l'nited States, an!'
started a mining company, the Queen
Bee, wllich failed. Then he formed
the Ruth Manchester Consolidate I
Development company, and came back
to England, where he found a credulous person, who gave him $20,oun iu
exchange for an elaborate share certificate for 15,000 shares in ihe new
company.
Then going back to America, he
cabled the unfortunate news that during his absence the secretary, in
whom   he  laid  Implicit   trust,  had  ab-
Tenders wil! be received by the undersigned until November 4th, for the
purchase   of   the   following   property j
adjoining
Port Mann Townsite
i
Viz.:���Lota 1
2,  '.'.
5   t\. 7
S,  '.1,   10,
11, 12. 13, 1-1. 1
5, I'i,
17, is.
10,  2ii. 21,
22,  22.  20,  L'7,  2
8,  20,
30, 32,
:;;;, of re-
subdivision   of
lot    2
;;, of section   16,
hlock 5 north, i
an. e
2 west.
Terms of
sale are cash  \
hen
deed   is
executed.
An indefeasible
title
will   In
���  given.
SCHOOL BOOKS"
Sdioul Supplies
AND JEVERYTHING
YOU NEED
A T
MOREY'S
Tlie    highest    or   any
necessarily accepted.
tender    not
Clov
E. M. CARNCROSS, C.M.C.
irdale,  B.C., October 22, 1910;
665���Columbia  Street 665
New Westminster, B. C
]
IT   PAYS  TO   AOVERTISe
���IN ���
IE OAILV NEWS
sconded
another
its feet.
Next   he
with   all   the   cash.     He  got
!5ooo to set the company on
turned  up at  St. Helens,
TWENTY acres in section 30, township 2, facing on Scott road; only a
few yards from tram. 297 per acre;
good terms.
FOR    SALE���CASH    REGISTER,    18
inches wide, double key board, flrst
class condition.    Cheap.    Apply Ira
A.   Reid,   Columbia  street,  next  to.
tram office.
FOR SALK���1 IVE ROOM COTTAGE,
nearly new, e'ectric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $300,
balance $20 per month. Box W. S.,
Daily News.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or Till' Fourth stieet, New
Westminster, B. C.
CITY.
CLEARED    corner     lot     on
avenue   and   Tenth   street;
$1300.
Fourth
price
SIX   lots
$3000;
on   Fourteenth
good terms.
street:   price
SIX  roomed  house  and two    lots    on
Leith street, both lots cleared, good
orchid:  immediate possession
$2400;  $800 cash.
THREE   lets   corner
and Tenth avenue;
Twelfth
price $2
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, NEW-
ly furnished, first-class board; all
home cocking. Terms very reasonable, at 513 Agn.es street.
TO  RENT���A  LARGE  FRONT  BED-
looiii, furnished. Apply Arrow Press, j
I   9    Victoria    street,    near    Daily
News.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FI'RV-
ished front bedroom, suitable for
two gentlemen. Apply Box J. a.,
Daily News.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
idoIt  71��  Trow ��ir""
KOOM  TO RENT���A comfortable fur-!
nished   bedroom   suitable   for   two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED I
room suitable for two. Handy to:
business section. Apply 129 Tenth I
���'roflt
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp    block,    corner
r,_li>rphlo   qt��'��>. t   qn-t   fUnr-l^qon
TO     RENT  ���   FURNISHED     BED
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply-
after 0 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
i"> p.  m.  at  Room 14. 023 Columbia
aWXaV-t.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Fire,   Life,   Accident   and   Autorr.obile
Insurance.
Office Northern Crown Bank Building,
Columbia  Street.    Phone 630.
| body   put   up  Seymour   instead.     Mc
Clellan, who aroused far more enthu-j
siasm in ISOl and 1S02 among his sol-1
idlers than did any other commander!
i whom the Army of the Potomac ever.
j had. failed signally when, as a presi-1
[dential   candidate   in    isi',4,   his    potency  was put to the test of an ap-1
peal to the people.    Seward, who led
in the voting at the outset in the Republican  convention  of  1860, dropped I
out  of the public  regard  long before i
he stepped from the Johnson cabinet j
on Marcli 4, 1869.
Hundreds of thousands of those who
go to the polls in November remember   Blaine's   meteoric   rise  and    fall.
i Defeated   In   tho   convention   of  lsfc l
Price j only   by   the  concentration   of  all   his'
j rivals against   him,  lie  prevented  the
 ! candidacy from going to Grant for a
third term In 1880, and handed it. to
Garfield instead, gaining the nomination in 1884, to be defeated al the
polls. He again relinquished the candidacy in 1888,
and appointed a local hotel keeper as
[secretary of his mine at $5000 a
year. The hotel keeper is now
stranded in America waiting for the
supposed   Colorado   millionaire.
Tliose  are  only  a   few   of   his   ex-
'I'loits.    Symthe  was  arrested  at   New
Bru
hton
and
admitted
that
he
"was
the
i om
pany
and
tlie
who
e
tiling
was
bogus "
USE ONLY THE BEST
lfi
PERFUMED
LYE
IstHe standard article
READY   FOR  USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For maHlm totp, .oftenlng watir
removing old paint, disinfecting
��lnh��. closet*, drains and for
many other purpose*. A can
���quels 20 pounds SAL SODA.
street
100.
INHUMAN
BRUTE    MAY
BECAUSE  OF  DEATH
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters. Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates  Given.
214 Sixth Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Phone 557.
B. C
NOTICE TO  MARINERS.
Later information has heen received
'relating  to the  North    Arm    bridge,
j Fraser river, that the bridge will    be
closed  only three days    for    repairs,
viz.:   27th, 28th and 29th of October.
1910.
victoria. B.C.. October 20, miO.
Wetasklwin, Oct. 25.���Angered be-
icausi she protested against doing
I housework while a bed-ridden invalid.
John Ilukc. hist ni. .ht chased his wife
[from their home with a butcher knife.
Tlie woman crawled (���n ber hands an 1
knees for several hundred yards, and
then lolled over from exhaustion.
She was found four hours afterwards
by her brother-in-law suffering from
the intense pain of her illness and
cold. Dukes lives eight miles from
here, and they have had several domestic conflicts in the past. Mrs.
llnke has been an invalid for the past
two years, and unable to perform her
household duties. Tlie exposure may
prove fatal. ,
A    Dusky   Lochlnvar.
That   there   Is   a   romance    underneath the skin even of the dusky Siwash,   was   illustrated   in   llie   Assize
court at  Vernon last  week, in the development   of   the   case   of    Rex    vs.
Pierre   Joe���abductitra.      Pieile   Joe
is an  Okanagan  brave from the head
of the lake, and had heen very much
in   love   with   a   damsel   of   fourteen.
also   of    the    tribe.       Stein    parents j
frowned   upon   the    wooing,   and    so
I (perchance having read of one Loch-
jinvar in the course of his school days)
j Pierre  appeared   with   his   horse  one.
j evening near the home of the young
��� girl, and whisked the kiss away. The
fatHer decided that   it   would   be Infinitely less trouble to evoke the al I
of the police than  to pursue In  per-
Bon, and laid an information for   abduction     accordingly,    which    shows.
that in some things the Siwash is dis-1
jtinctiy coming on.   Pierre Joe vvas arrested, and at the just-held assi/.e en-,
j tered   by  counsel  a   idea  of  guilty  as
charged, urging, however, that he bad
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
E.W��GILLETT limited
TORONTO.OHT.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B, C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Prlnceu 3t,
BB30nr3^w.. j. 1-, *m*s
>
ins wife
'only desire 1 to make the
and had in fact done so at the first opportunity.       Mr,     .Maclean     i for    the
'crown) concurred that the case was
scarcely one for harsh measures, and
Justice    Gregory���observing   that   he
; did not wish to interrupt a honeymoon���accepted th.e plea of guilty,
and ordered the prisoner discharged
"under suspended  rentence."
Th re ii nothing *" good fot the ba1 y
n t Charles Cream. The reniill .,'.
nnrlysis by prominent expert chemia a
s' ��� irs that ut. Charles Cream when pi ;������
erly reduced irilh pun* tailed nai^r. ft
is ali lost Identical In every respect
human milk. It tlilieis Irui-i cHirr
mihe product! In that it Usterillzed t��y
heat   .1 ne.
Bt. Chartei Cream doefl not curdle when
use-! on aclduloui fruits ami imparts a
rich. ���'. !it-ate flavor. It is
htHnuMi.-cl nvllU. It is
not onlv * ' for mother NtJ^El
and infant-il i.s better !**-���- ~*
than the hest ordinary
mille for ail purpurea.
Sold hy bent frroceri
everywhere.
ST. CHARLES CON
DENSING COMPANY,
Iniemotl. Oni.
LOST.
LOST ��� BLACK-F1
wrap, if finder
Twelfth street a
given.
IXGED
returns
ret ard
SHAWL
to    515
vvill    be
VV. P. WHITE
Architect and Building Constructor.
Specialist in steel. Reinforced Concrete and  Modern  Building Construction.   Telephone 806.
.Room   13   Dominion   Trust   Building.
M��W   WESTMINSTER.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver, B.
('.," wiil be received at this office until 4 p.m., on Wednesday, October lit),
1910, for tne construction of an
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver
li. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at tlie office of Mr. Joseph
iireenlield, resident architect, Winnipeg. Man., Mr. Win. Henderson, resi
lent architect, Victoria, li. C, at the
Post Office, Vancouver, and at this
de] at ;u.ent.
Persons tendering are notified that'
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
ind signed with their actual signatures, Btatlng tlieir occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
lirms, tlie actual signature, the nature
if th.e occupation and place of residence of each member of the firm must
j be given.
Kacii tender must be    accompanied
I by an accepted cheque on a chartered
j bank,  payable to  the order    of    the
Honorable   the   Minisler   of   Public
j Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the  amount of  the tender,  which
vill he forfeited lf the person tender-
I ing decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fail to
'���omplete the work contracted for.    If
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will he returned.
The  department does not bind itself  to  accept    the  lowest    or    any
1 tender.
By order.
It. C. DB8ROCHBR8,
Secretary.
The undersigned   has   moved   his | Department of Public Works,
office   to   1316   Cariboo  street,  where 1        Ottawa, September 21, 1010.
he  will  conduct   tlie  real estate busi-! 	
ness under his own name.   The office      Newspapers will not he paid for this
on Twelfth street is for sale. I advertisement if they Insert it with-
x.i. D. iiu J ii.'.'.'.. oul awtjorl'o  riotu ti.e dej.artmenL,
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
l��e burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
��ny other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of tbe Sanitary Bvlaw.
lly Order, S. ,1. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June 13. 1910,
NOTICE.
ffcRDINARY paints very soon dis-
" color and fade. ML Pore
Paints withstand sun and weather
and stay bright, because M L Pure
Paints, besides pure lead, pure zinc
and pure oil, contain a special
ingredient that makes them last
about twice as long... and better
protect any surface they cover,
indoors or out. Other makers
haven't found out yet just how to
1 use that ingredient in the right
quantity and the right way. If you
buy paint for real service... real
economy ... real money's worth
then buy
Pure  Paints
THE KIND IT PAYS TO USE
MADE  BY
The   Imperial   Varnish   C>   Color  Co.,
Limited,  of   Toronto
not ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS AGO
THE
Bankofloronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now lie ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
tho facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is  paid  on   Savings
Balances half-yearly,
^���'sir.ess   Accounts    opened
o:-. favorable   tenr.s.
INCORPORATED 1S55
ASSETS; $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE.. ,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
SAILINGS.
Montreal���Quebec���Liverpool.
Laurentic    Oct. 29
iN'ew, triple screw, 14,892 tons I
Canada   Nov. i
Megantic Nov. 12
Dominion Nov. 19
Portland���Halifax���Liverpool.
(Christmas Sailings.)
Laurentic      Dec-3
Canada        Dec. 10
Tlie Laurentic and Megantic ��n
new White star steamers���Hi elargw
nnd most modem from Canadian
ports.
For rates, berth reservations, etc..
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, WasB.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
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. Dominy, Pro-
near The Daily News Co., C09 Vlct����
Street.
Try a  "WANT"  ad  in The Ne*4-
It wil; hrln.   reiulU
.*- wedn
ESDAV. OCTOBER 26, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PACK THH RE
M^ 4 of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
f14.400.000.00
fAp|TAL      " 11,000,000.00
rEJERVE     "	
v - throuRho"1 Canada and
BraD !i,nd anu in London. Eng-
Kf. found'''"_, t.h.capo and Spokane,
^^.M^', Oty. A general
r-5 ������* " Jness transacted, bet-
banWn* ;-. lgauW< available with
��<\V.    Snt. lu    all    parts of    the
vorld- k T)��rertment���Deposits
Si.     -      ; '/[,,  Ji   and upward,
.... �� ,    mn* ai 3 per cent, per
��.����������������        v ,t  r*te).
.nr,,- } 0Ver  $186,000,000.00
cw   ..ESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
BRYMNER, Manager.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
r.p lots 10   11, l:'. 18, 14. IS   -.(   H
and IR, block *\2 of section ;.   \,���. k .
North ranee 7. weal ... th<  dlstrid oi
New West minster.
WHEREAS proof of the loss of certificate of title number  2379F, Isi  ed
in the narre ol Sara}) Ul . la  has    ���
filed in this office.
NOTICE  IS   HEREBY   GIVEN I
1 shall, a; the < tplratlon ���oi i . ���
from the date ol thi   first pul
hereof, in a dailj  at i i pa] i
I ed ln thi     tj    r New Westminsti
| sue a du] 111 ate of the s	
unless   ...  the  meantime  valid
'��� tion . ���   ....   to me in writl
C. S. KEITH.
��� |i -. Registrai  ol   nth
Lai ��� * - i c e N( ���   kVesi..
Btei    ; S< ; tember 27. 191
dl WITH MILLIONS
WEDS AN ENGINEER
RESTORES   MONUMENTS.
Re-
"To The
Strange Story of Miss Gaz-
zam's Discovery of Her
Ideal Man.
���   Od   ..      M lasl om  ������
forces has dis
sure-enou|    affinity
in    the    ���" ���   ���    ol
.
Inette Rea
��� ������ N.Y., a v<
ONE    MORE
Westminster        I
Transfer Co. General Public'
Paul   Le   Begue   Devotes   Life  to
pairing    Ravages   of   Time,
Taiis, Oct. 25.���Time's destructive
forces spare neither the .lories of
architecture nor the beauties ol ev
posed sculpture, hence, In ordei to
I 'eserve Uie great monuments of
Paris a sculptor is constantly at work
restoring, remodelling and renovating
its historic buildings. This man is
Father Do   Begue,  as   lr   is   affection-
��� oalled  it  the art  world.
Paul Le Begue was found a1 the top
of the Tour St. Jacqnes where he has
i       engaged  for the pasl three   or
four  yeai b   rest< ring   thi    I  ��� ki
worn sculpture of this raonumenl  of
:: e pasl   to its  ori Inal  form.     Not
��� Is skill of thi     :rui required   in
-  delicate operation, bul  profound
knowledgi   a> w< I.    Hi   musl   repro j Hei
young woman   2. vears of    age   and   '     '   : *       ^nal destgM ^'t<5ber  �����
��: '��� .         '    " ornamented   this
      . magnificent   Gothic  tower  in  the   fif-
leer on    the    Now
New Westminster
Mail Service
parpoyies nnd chimeras seemed to
lose their groteftqueMSa as 1 worked
oxer them Dailj association turned
Hem into boon companions. Then for
another  five  years  1   worked  on  the i
Louvre, side by  side wiih  CarpeaUxl ���	
when  the  pavilion  Flora   was  recoil-   Time
strncted,    hut    why    enumerate    all? |    of
Kvery   important  church   of  ancient Arrival:
leclure tn Paris has receive.1 care ] 20:00���United States \ia (
"FAREWELL-'
EY    DIVINE
SARAH '
b Columbli  Street
p....re    delivered    promptly    .J
any V��rt of the city.
2 Rl l \A\ and Heavy Hauling
"   ���    W��   0FF|CF._TRAM   DEPOT
TAKE   NOTICE.
���   ���  i an 1 get the bi i    ���
the cil j       Only on
i
Hatt Cool . 521 Pi
Hi i but   thi
toes,  nice and Try
Prices       K e sack oi
���  ���
et tl-.i
-. .'    . i   in ce;   i.c   nuurcss.
G"di ,eri ��a:dmer   HATT COOK
,F   o. Gardiner I
^^^    ARCHITECTS      ^^^
��� _��� fi   Westminster  Trust Building
Room   New Westminster. B. C.
The  Potato  Merchant and  Auctioneer
5:? Front St., New Westminster.
Phone 550.
Phone
Residence   Phone   133
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.'vate Hospital.
. Townsend ft. Maternity
���nd non-contagious medical
cages accepted. Terms from
, . eakiy. For further particu-
; . arp|y to Hospital. Telephone 755.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes for LaflUl from .12.73
Silver Watches, gents' open face
Silver Watches, gents' open   case.
|ffgeS'   for    Walthftm   and     KigW
yratrh s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doon from Geo. Adams' tlrocery
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.       It is piquant
in witness���but delicate, giving just
the right savour.    Use no other.
IS)
IT   PAYS  TC   ADVERTISE
tr
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3'i  lo 26  li.  P.
2  and  4  Cycle.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwhee'er
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Port Mann
Ten acres in section 21, range
2, nt $1000; one-quai ter cash.
Twenty acres in secion 20,
range 2, a' $1Qi 0; one-quarter
caBh,
Por subdivision, these a-��
moneymakei ;.
City Property
Fhst class lots on Seventh
avenue, single or double, well
Bltiated, 6fixl32.   This is ,. good
buy,
Good building lots on Eighth
avenue, near Second Btreet Enquire about this; there la monej
to be n :i le,
Houses
We have a number of choice
houses foi  Bale from $1500, fo
(250 cash, balance easy, to tl-,
ooo.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Leavea Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, wltb
passengers and freight as follows:
Leavea New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday nt li n. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri
day and Sunday at " a- m.
First Class Passenger Accommod
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster
,   Fri-   ���
ation   Ij
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Lonn Co.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply  Executed.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
-   ai t   E   th   Sl    Sew
- ���   ���. -������  r li  C . PI   '        I
IN dosson, Manager.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  OWen  on   Any  Kind
of j���   Prim   _
An I these   two   de-
���   nates were mar-
..    <    ....
I i
���   Wooing.
,   ;    lie!    i    i :
stral imm      b<
ry, and wl
'    ��� li ���   "The
eriall;
. ;. Masi ullne
'        '   . ...;���,    panlon
���
fhe i been   a    verj
e In thi   draw-
i   mai sion  on
l he  i; idsi :,
"1  wrote i   letti      j-es   l    wrote a
etti r to 5 . : ,   ,!:,i  noi  an-
s' ' ��� nie 1 w another lettei Still
e did not a ��� , Bul when I
wn te a third he did answer me, and
then one day [ie came here right
here," she said, pausing to a< i en
i mate an Inflection of marvelling, ' and
that was the first time 1 evei saw him
In my life,
"lie did not come back at flrsl
There were others with him, and he
did not take the general invitation to
applj to him, Bu) after he had ie
eelved a special Invitation he came
back. And then there were manv
[beautiful happenings���many beautiful
momenta and days, and the    realtxa
;li.U)   came   to   us   both   that   We     wore
made. Intended, designed for each other, and, well���we have found each
iti er, th il  Is all."
Mr, Lc Fi'Et lric.il.
Miss i- ... am confesses th il she ha.l
ei a loo ��� Ing  for her ld< al  soul-mate
;. 'i   sl e v. as iiv.i teen s e irs old, and
j that Bhe �� as nol ham] ei e l bj any i 11
notions ol  pi  : i letj   In the pur> ���
suit.
Hi i   tii Bl   ren embered  al tin tj   was
nd   when   she was   going   o\ er   a
. ol pi itogi aphs with iii  cousin,
ere   ihe i aw  the plctui e ol a young
In.Man.    I ier c; uBln didn't    like    I i i
ot lon.    I lowevei. sac su> s lu thi au
toblogi tphy:
"Bul the i li t ure wliich i hai \ low
i | foi only a lew Beci ndB i i the i u
i. i \i ������ oung Indian ta ;' iull> and 11
cominglj di eased In oui model n attlt
ii,ado a permanent Impression '"i my
Mind. Ami this was tlie beginning of
my romance "
li ts not on record thai Bhe ever
saw anything more than tho photograph of thi Indian affinity, bul In
March of tl.ia Near she was In l;����'i!
puraull of ai affinity she had seen
mi n n ain v. i n travelling from P iii
a1, phla tn i   ii nwall
Hired   Sleuths  to   Find   Him.
\ month afterward, however, her
mind revortad to the young man. and
,: ,. .it PinkertonB hunting tor 'his
affinity, armed with a description
which declared him to be   aboul    32
,. .us old   l MlSB  Ha//.am   is  86) .   6)6B
dai u blue, vei ��� large, c oai and Blight-
Ij prominent. height, aboul sh iei ���.
athletic In build, good cneBl develop'
ncnt. hair tlaik luowii. stiai..ii 01
Slightly Wavy, parted mi left side nnd
reaching far hack, leveallnfi blgfa
forehead.
Miss (lii/./.nm WOUld not say that M
Qalvln was this man. vet his appear-
, ,,,. nts the description accurately,
save that bis balr is nol slightly
iw,,vv ll is luxuriant and is worn
[th a cerl .'m negllg<| roll hack
from the forehead ������������.<* fo\i\A ��� In I ie
admiration of a  Marc��I    balrdn
Miss Qazzam was lefl her huge rol
luna i,.   her mother.    With Japanese
nts   she   had   lived    i"   '"   M*
big  mansion since the death ol
���.,,.,   save when she vas travelling
tenth  century.    M, Le  Begue, v
fatln al  ei were scull I
������ i .. ���   even old, but  i i
daj he mounts I he 8] lfi
a height of 175 feet with tha  eas<
a man of fi
"For five years l worked- one
: aj lived   on thi  s< affoldlni
lng Notre Dann     he i aid.   "The verj
soa
Vancouver, Oct, 25 Mme Sarah
Bernhardl wlll bi seen thts season ton
the second time bj Valacouvi r playgoers.
On  O'l,,hoi   22. the sixtj'-sixth  anniversary of her birthday, Mme. Bern-1
hardi    sailed    ffom    Havre   on    hei 111:00���Victoria via
seventh   and   last   vtsii   to   Amerli
will  I.e. in  in  Chicago   Oc
and   will   inci'idc  the   principal oitir    .      lie 1 nited States, Can-
a hi. Cuba and   Me5 li   '
In   spite   Of   her   age,   Mme     Hei i-
hardt's acting  b( Ul  ra I ins the qua!
..     whii     for the i ael   fortj   j ���
:.',    cruised   her   tO   be   ranked    "
Racl el,    Duse,   and    othert    oi    the
���rcatest  tragediennes.    Mme.
Bernhardl wlll bring with h<    i   . ope  (adily)
pany of forty-six ani;-:'-  and  will  In 9 ���;    'a.e,(on     and
elude twenty  plays  in  her repertoire. , ,   ,.       ,daily
  Sunday)
20:00   Sappertoft    and
Time
ot
CtosinK:
^_^^^^_      P. R.
(daily except  SundayV .23.00
S   :  ���    Vancouvei  via B   C. K. R.
1 daily except Sunday... S:0rt
Vancouver via B. C. K. R.
(dailj < ��� ������ ��� Suttdaj I..11 :D0
��� '���  90  -Vancouver via H  C  lv R-
(daily except. Sunday)..16:00
8:00���Victoria   via  B. C. K  R-
���    > xcept  Sunda.v )
___________ I  I  ,:  u-
(daily excr.    '��� ij).. 8:30
\ l< toria  \ia B. C, K.  ft.
ev, eet   Snnd;,;- -i .;.:  . 0
,    1 la Lx, x. ft.
(dally ' ��������� ei I Sunda; >    8:30
I6:i      I      ���  !   N
dai ���   except Sunda      16:00
���    :     \     points i
ro] e  (daily)        8:30
22:30-   Ul  points  easl   and    I
^^^^^^ ... 14:30
Vi asei
1 -. , .   .
Praser
excei I
8 ..1
it in thc Sunlight way.
..imply pure soap, with cut
harmful chemical*, it saves
all thc tcil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and   follow  directions.
&
cents
Scotch  Whisky
**ggg_J_^^tt*a*a***s*i
Keeping up thc Standard.
Scotch   Wins'. v   i.   known
ir
[int
\\ atson
world   over    i'1
except,' _____|
l',\'cr-,' liiittlc \i'n op 	
ta.tc     the   satne   rich,   full V '.'.icl   llavor
same tnaractertsttc aroma.
\\ c use tlie old-iashi in
oi distillation.
I r en   wc  leave i,.i'"'.-
tnaturtng and mellowing
.1
tn.e
and
[tg   unvarying   quality
[lav. r.
lm; the name . mootn
llie
*\ Pot ';;';' method
to
do
\- -.   work   0
I!
?t t
n?cc
��� ��� j   shipping
it  is  jiroperly   niattired. we
Btock   ut    several   million
own   properly,   ageing
1 1 ensure ; gain
any wnisky b< fore
continually keep ;i
gallonsi absolutely our
in WOOu.
lliat is \vli\- our wlnskv never varies.
insist
Wr*W_ t *J��_'UIM!W- -SS*
��&���*'&    -^^
_m-**%-*a* "l"1* '' '''',l i"|Tft"""r"
o n
*t__osm
p
h ' y*^*
^^^^     llliliR 1 daily      ^^^
Sunday) i.14:30
fl:2T)���Coquitlam   (daily   e.vcepl
Sundaj 1       14:30
15 00 -Central Par. and Edmonds (dail. except
Sunday 1  11 ;00
14:00 - Kast    Rumahy   and    Rur
qultlam   (dallye except
Sunday I    14:00
10:00���Tlmberland. Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Fiidayl         14:00
10:00���Ladner.      Tort     Gulchott,
West!lam island   13:30
10:00���Annie\ illo.   Sunbury (daily
except   Sunday    IW:%*
10:00���Amiali" Uland Monday
Wednesday and r-'ri-
day      ...." 13:30
ic cn w oodward8 1 tub.dav.
Tliursdav and Saturday       13:3(1
g 00 ���Vancouver,   Piper's   Bid-
lni      via    1!     N.     R.
(dflllj   excepl  Sunday*    14:^0
11:30- Cloverdale and Port Kells
(dally excepl Sundaj |. 15:00
JO   Cla; ton  1 Tues laj   Thui b-
daj.   Fi Iday   and   B it-
daj        '      15:00
:30��� Tj nehead   11'uesdaj    and
Friday) !    00
0   Bii! pai ,   l ���ii.o  (dail:   '
, e,.t   Sn��.l'������ 16  00
0 00    \'"i'-I iloi I   Matsqui, Huntington,  eti    Idallj   e
���     ���   Bundny)     23:00
IG   Ctescen!  '   hi e Etoi ;   ���'"",
Bit Ine     1 dailj      '
Sundaj I  8:00
1- p.,'! ., I-, aj, |e 1 '... Ridge
(1I,,! ii , tletnea (Tu :
,1.. riiursG ��� and Sal
urday) . .. 8   10
CANADIAN PACIfIC
RAIIWAV CO.
Train   Service New
N vesfcri Jnstcr
��� THHtr, r.TAR '���Aa
"SO. 10"    A Ittll-boJtiJ
11IJ, ikofOtlglll.   mntarpj Scolcli
riclilv I'avored Scut;a.
JAMES WATSON & CO.. Limited  -  Dundee.
Denatures.
^1 at'.ie.  Port
Moodr,  Bar-
in���T(^	
bet) aad Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver,
i>:!".---To Moutrenl. Mcola. Vancouver and  local  points,
1:":85���To St. Paul, Kootenay point?
I'll!  Pumas.
16:45���To Vancouver and local
points, Agnssiz and local points.
l!t:��R���To Montreal and Okanagan
poiuls.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
Montreal,
TO
AMEND   SYSTEM
OF     TAX
COLLECTION
Thomson   Blx.
Phone   3F.B
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
-Prince Rupert"  and  "Prince George^
��� ,     S,,--S��    -..        Viio   tons.     ��J(J��#fc#VSt:
������'     ���    \ �� on ���!''���"'"���nWhar''Jl,1M^���, ,t   Prime Rupert, hy ��*
.,,,.,.,,    ,,,,,1    rridaj       ClOM ronneationa at. tn ..pRINCE
S.   -PRINCE   ALBERT'   to   Bt*W*rt    on    arrival    0<      ���
RUPERT" and "PRINCE GEORCE."
r.  mm** t.ii- Masset  UROO P-
:E   ALBERT"  ttI,o  leaves   Prince   Rap*   t       -- ^.^
,da3 and (or Queen Charlotte,   City   and   W��m
. .    eg,     0<        '"���       Contro l��r
��� i   ���  . i   Dooming that   il
���������< 1, < etlng of the city council
mot 1 otl to bring in    etf<ri1ivf<c
,    2>l*-l UlALS.
���   ���     ille :     e stated   vas
...'... .',1    5: '
���  ,   . .an was nec*ftsary.
ibje   ������;   . 0      -.��� ������   ious
Lhe  payment  of 2 per  cent  dlscouftl
��� ��� - i.a;,-, eat  m.  I _     cent
dl (i .. .:,. s   tot   1 1" i-.i.ii'-r.   an 1   to
.'..-.���    .'   '   per  cent  interesl     n
ir tl rt Bi st of     s  rear    He
ed out that the citj  was paying
i-jfint. for the use of money fot 1
fraction   thereof,  which <
of   .1   per cent yev
funds  it;  needed
annum.    He also
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your*kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
*am*a**\arrmr.r,y'r'*i--&^
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
7:4:1���From   ^^^^^
Port   Moody.
ii: Id���From    Pt.    Paul
Kootenay and Sumas,
10:18���From     Agassiz,
and local points.
16:1(5    From  Vancouver.
It:i'i ��� From    Vancouver,
and local  points.
g0; 40���From  Vancouver.
22 03���From Montreal   and
j points.
ED GOULET, An��nt  C.
H.  C.   B.   FOSTER, A.   G.   P.
couver.
Vancouver,
Okanagan,
Vancouver
Seattle
Nicola
P.  R.
A.,  Var>
I  K''   ______
inl 1  ot
wm.   :u   the rate
Instead the city
I   ,:l   ''   61
cenl  pot
onv of the Hat ahowin,   that almost
Sterilizes. . gari
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy   m
film behind itjGOLB DUSTdigsdeepaftergerms ; m
and impurities, and insures purity and saiety._        ���
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser its
fine)' GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
vour exercise in a more enjoyable manner
.rcent .*v      GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
���hf borrow hick is added other purifying materials
it  fur b pei    oiycip, ��',~' t
;'"::;;:,��;! ia just the right pro-      ��� ���
CANADIAN PACIFIC
8X. Coasl SS.SaiIings
m discounts ********
an-.l  SaUir.I.iy
"PRINCE   ALBERT"
'���::. Won laj  .mil fot Qi
r   m. Thui-aday.       ________________________________     ,,,���  .,
FW VICTORIA and SEATTLE I'M  P-   ��   W��fi��W*H   ���
a .i--.iina cars between
Solid     venule     trains     of  IMtMl ���** *JJ  N9ew   York,  let-
Chicago,  Detroit.  London.  Hamilton,  ���*���***      d01'l0le track railway
onto.  M0r.tre.1l.  Port! ind,   Boston, etc.    ""��""        t
under tn* mam����m��nt on  the American contment.
*"*&*��� W* t0 L   V. DRUCE.
H. G. SMITH. Commercial  Ai-ent.
GEN .RAL   AGENCV.   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSH,P LINE3.
137,000 waa paW out
flSC, Sally seeurto*
1 ' ; , ' , eJ 8Tioe wm. on the other
} d9C JllB J37.000 waa Inclndeii  in
';���   b���,el   :ul<   mul   to   be   co
from il'* people before
��� it    of    lWOe    consequence
Ser  or  not   tlle   money  was   se-
SS during November or December
and   stated   tbat    It
waste of *:'.0,000 a year.
tmiabt.   to
[looted
it   was  paid
view of tbe
from
looked   HUe   a
portions to cleanse
easily, vigorously, 3
and without harm to ^
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a. m    Dally
1:00 p.m   Dally
, TO   SEATTLE.
,10:00 a. m    Dully
11:00 p.m   Dally except Saturday
��� 11:30 p.m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
]  2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2:00 p. m    Mondays
8'.'!0 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
11:00 p.m   Every Saturday
TO   PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Rvery'Tluirs.lay  nnd  Sat,
TO  STEWART  (Portland Canary.
11:00 p.m    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves  N'ew   Westminster 8  n.m.  Monday. Wednesday anil
Fridays',   leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
i Tuesday,   Thursdny   and   Saturday*
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET.
Agent. New Weetmlmter.
C. B. FOSTER,
A. Q. P. A, Vancouver. J PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER
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Published by Tne Daily News Publisn-
ln.   Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
fc. A.  Paigo Managing  Director
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1910.
LEES LIMITED
e Furnish Your
Home   Complete
LE   NEVE   IS  FREE.
Ethel Clare Le Neve, one of the
principals in tiie most spectacular
flight from justice in year?, was yesterday acquitted by a jury nt the Old
Bailey of complicity in, or knowledge
of, tlie murder oi Hello Elmore by Dr.
Crippen.
Today tiiis young woman is free,
but with tlie knowledge that the
whole sordid story or her amours
with an educated fiend is known to
thc world. It' she has yet realized her position. If Bhe retains any
vestige of shame, she must shudder
at the future built on a past such as
hers. "Good" people everywhere will
protest against familiarity with her
and she will remain, as now. a social
outcast, ostracized and disgraced.
Enterprising amusement promoters,
mindful of the commercial value of
notoriety, will no doubt seek to secure
the services of Miss Le Neve, and
there is a possibility that for a brief
time she may be seen behind the footlights starring in some play or vaudeville sketch based on the murder of
Belle Elmore, but the public will soon
tire of this, for the patrons of this
class of entertainment are notoriously
fickle, especially in America, where
Miss Le Neve would most likely appear, as the English public is not so
prone to support attractions of this
kind.
With the termination of her theatrical  engagements,   if  she  accepts the
propositions   of   the   managers,   Ethel j
Le Neve will drift from the public ken j
and seek to forget the past.   Whether J
she   will   have  the  strength  of  character necessary to live a life of isolation and respectability time alone can
tell.
Tlie jury    yesterday   evidently   believed, as d.)  many  others,  that  .Miss
Le Neve sinned  more through weakness than perverseness.   The girl was
ami  had been for    years    under   tiie
domination   of   Crippen,   first   as   admiring employee and later as partner |
in sin.    To her Crlppen's word was ,
law,    That she believed   th.e   doctor-
murderer    intended      to     eventually '
marry her seems probable, but    that
she was aware of the means he   intended taking to render    this    union
legally possible is extremely doubtful.
Ethel Le Neve was more weak than
wicked, and Crippen too clever to
make her his confidante.
.TT*'-!       '"'"i
LEES LIMITED
���     SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW  WESTMINSTER.
��� II I1 Hli     I I'll I ���    IHillllllHII IMMMIII IIMMIIHliHI llliHIil Inllll _
OTH.SMI
Z-s I P**^ I IT EJ��D
STORE  HOURS:   8 A.M. to 6 P.M.; SATURDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Some Snappy
rings
This   Week
We are planning a big week; aweelt of extra Bpeclal bargain-giving
thai i.; without a precedent. Watch for our Bpeclal circulars-��� see ycu get
lhe cheque endorsed with It���-then visil the store and take advantage of the
splendid buying chances offered. All cheques must be negotiated by Saturday night,  Monday, the thirty-first, being a holiday.
i*mK
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
OUR GROWING TRADE.
Tlie Canadian trade tables for the
year ending last March show that
Vancouver is growing in relative importance as an importing and exporting point. No other city west, of
Toronto reports so large an aggregate!
trade. The value of exports was;
$7,769,129, and of imports $16,873,468.
The total of twenty-four and    a half
One Night, Thanksgiving, Monday, Oct. 31st
The   Success of Three Continents
"Mrs. Wiggs of
the Cabbage Patch"
By   Annie   Crawford Flexner and
Alice Hegan Rice
LIEBLER & CO., Managers.
300 Nights at Terry's Theatre, London, England
Prices:   $1.00,  75c, 50c and 25c
HERE IS AN IDEA OF
WHAT WE ARE DOING 55    M
An  Important Offer of Ladies' Fall Suits
$25.00 SUITS FOR $14.90
Embodying all the new weaves and colorings in fashionable garments.
Screes. Diagonals, Broadcloths, Venetians and several stylish novelty materials arc included in this stirring offer of Fall Suits. All sizes are fully
represented and the models are the newest creations from tbe principal
fashion centers. It will pay you to invest!, ate this offer���an exceptional
one  for so  early  in  the season.    Values to $115,011 for    $14.90
$40.00 SUITS FOR $24.90
Fascinating models in the popular Pheasant Eye and Basket Weaves.
Stylish suits in Broadcloths, Diagonals and Serges. This lot represents
the pick of our splendid range of exclusive garments���models that ave attractive as well as becoming���all beautifully tailored, trimmed and finished in the most up-to-date and fashionable Btyles. (livens, navies, browns,
tans, greys and blacks are among the shades in this offer. Values I i
% 10.00   for            $24.90
Blankets at Money-Saving Prices
You'll buy these at ad vanced prices from
most stores. Here you get them at the old
prices.
10-1   White   Flannelette Blankets     $1.25
11-1   White   Flannelette hest  quality    $1.50
12-4   White   Flannelette beBt  quality    $1.75
""-I English FlannelettBlanketB; whipped single, Bpeclal           92.00!
Rare Values in Wool Blankets
60x80 All Wool. Bpeclal, pr	
61b   All   Woo!   Blanket   pr	
72x8;  Large Family  Special      	
Full  Bhe  Scotch   Blankets  at   	
Ex-Heavy Scotch   Blankets  at   	
Ex-Fine quality, all wool,    white    only.
Carlton,"     three     sizes,  $6.50,    $7.50    and    $3.50
piir.    Ses these.
$3.75
.$4.50
.$5.00
. $5.50
Turkish Towels
Whi'e   and    Colored    Turkisl
Towels, good  sizes and  strong
qualities.    See our range at  per
pair 35c, 50c, and 75c
Eiderdown For Bath
Rjbes, Etc.
Bale blue, cream, grey, mauve
and cardinal are the most pop-
������I  tn,   wide,  per
ular   shades
yard     ....
.$1.00
Ceylon Flannels
Suitahle      for     Shirts.      I
wear,   and   use,]    _*   ,..
stances  for  Ladies'  Wai        a
pleasing    selection    oi
stripes     in     neat
Per yard    35c, 40c, 450;
^ssBSS-**\\aT**a\a^^
V.~.fi*5S.i
NOTICE
BORDEN AND BOURASSA.
Mr.  Bourassa  in  his latest address
sympathized with the Boers." it is
the man. who proclaims these sentiments, to whom the Dominion Conser-
millions was nearly half that of   the 'il"aln revlled U'e LaUrler government
,, , 'for  Fending troops  to    South  Africa, i vat Ives arc abandoning the    province
province, which amounted to fifty-two
{ This is one of the standing griev-
mtllions. New Westminster has sec- ancesof the leader of iheJiJatlonalists,
ond place with a fraction over seven and he harps upon It, on the platform
millions; Victoria third with nearly and in his newspaper. ^'Everyone re-
five and a half millions, while Nanai- calls," said Le Devoir recently, "thai
mo had a little over five millions. Mr, Laurier is the man who insti-
Winnipeg, with twenty-two and a half gated sending the Canadian contin-
millions, presses Vancouver closely, gents to South Africa to light against
The porl oi Quebec Is tar behind, Botha and annihilate his fellow
Montreal, Toronto and st. John are citizens. Everyone knows that Mr.
the only city porl in Canada whose Bourassa alone, with his friends, the
trade exceeds that   of    Vancouver.-��� I Nationalists, combatted   the   sending
of    Quebec    At    the    next   elections
there  will   not   be  half a dozen  Conservative  candidates  in  the  held    in
Quebec.   Mr. Bourassa will he given a
free hand ln Bixty constituencies with
the hope thai be will carry enough of
i hem   to  jeopardize    or    defeat
Laurier government.    This implie
course, an alliance between Mr. Bor-[ the afternoon
den  and  Mr.   Bourassa.    Politics cer-
Notice is hereby given that at Extraordinary General Meetings of the
Vanstone Heating �� Plumbing Company. Limited, held on the 22nd day
of September, DUO, and the 17th day
of October, 1910, a special resolution
was passed to wind up the Company
voluntarily, and appointing the Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Company, Limited, Liquidators for the purpose of such winding up.
And notice is given that the creditors of the said Company are required
on or before the First day of December, 111 10, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of debts
or claims, verified under oath, and the
names and addresses of,their solicitors (if any), to tho Westminster
Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Ltd., at
New Westminster, It. C, the liquidators for the said company, and If so
required by notice in writing from
the said liquidators, or by their solicitors, to come in and prove their
said debts or claims, as shall be specified in such notice or In default thereof they will be excluded from the
benefit of any distribution*before Buch
debts are paid.
Notice is hereby n'so given that a
meeting of the creditors of the Vanstone Dealing & Plumbing Co.. Ltd.,
will be held in the board room of the
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit
Co., Ltd., building on Ihe corne: of
Columbia and   Lome  Btreets,  at   the
SSraSS FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD-
V/ORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   8UPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J. BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Csrllne. PHONE 473
**<'*************4******sa**^^a **>**>******************+*-
the I city  of Xew  Westminster,  B. C, >>'t]Z
f Thursday, the 3rd day of November,  *
1910,  at  the  hour of  four  o'clock  in.*
I *���
; WATCH    REPAIRS j
t    Yoi!,,|0,';'',',i' ,!11,'! r'aUih "f y0.urB ls no( rtTln�� >'���"��� Proper satisfaction, j
���    .,...,    'T' " .'" the repa,r sl,"'��' ^t, while i. i. running, will ooi *
' I I''''  ,ThlueaB?n for dlssaUsfacUon   is  that   the   man  who
'     C   L Xm '"      ,''"'' i""*"''1''1'1 or doing good work or Is nol COD;
s le.llous In his work, or, ill all pr .bill.y,  he Is gifted  with  both ol
tlie lain*  u etitlonod.
w,^U'!;e7 fortunate in securing the services of a first d*n
in, I      llilH,,;,li0'1 "barge of our  watch  repair  work.    A  man
' >'' ;'   ' "'" >���<><; the truth In regard to the condition of your watch,
and wl   repair It properly, and, as a coosequence, it will   not   only
iim, hut keep accurate time.
News Advertiser.
tainly   make   Btrange   bedfellows    at
of the'Canadlan contingents and alone  times
Dated this 20th day of October, A.D.
DUO.
Agents for  Howard, Ball and Longlne Watches.
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
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TDK WESTMINSTER TRUST /i
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD..
Liquidator!
ADVERTISE   IN  THE
Farm Land For
Sale Cheap
Fifty acres good land half mile frcjm
Cloverdale (upland), easily cleared;
already burned over; will he subdivision property before long when town
grows; only $110.00 per acre on easy
terms.
NEWS
Business Opportunity
Hotel property on principal street of
growing interior lown; railroad, mining, agricultural and stockralsing center; splendid opening for the right
man, and not too much capital required;  license guaranteed.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, C. C.
Facing Moody
Square
Two    cleared    lots    facing    Moody
Square   umi    commanding   splendid
view. Price $1600.00; easy terms,
This i.s one of the hest buys In the
city.
Two Very Cheap
Houses
'''wo    modem   residences, BiX   nnd
seven roms;  bath, pantry, basement,
eel.; large lot, lane In real", close to
car lino. Price $3600; small caBh pW"
i! cut and balance spread over two aim
three years.
M -***
OCTOBER  26,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
*    PAGE FIVE.
NEWS
tiTTlFS Willi  SNfln��IUnffl        The general committee oi the i
IjjlXJ  " lish Amateui  Athletic association held
iirentin     lirlPUT    -i    mutaHnv   ronontlv     an/1    ut.,���,,,   ...l.r...
10 BEACH RECORD HEIGHT
a i -
hnStone, '"  Wright  Bi-plane,
.303 Feet���Goggles Covered
with Frost.
Id
meeting recently, and among othei
bui Iness the program ol the U ��� n p
games for 1912 came up for tieatn enl
In the original draft  ol  ' he i rogram
the standing high and standing broad
jumps were nol Included, but they are
in  the new plan.
Some  of  the  track   events  on  the
London  pri ;i am i wo j i n a ago hai e
been omitte i an 1 some new one - put
on.   Those lefl off are the 200 meters
.,.. j,      American ' ";i1 :iIil1 "''-- ,l"1 meters hurdles, and a
fli r    vrmstrong   '"'u   :,:''' 'a  '���'  Qve-mile crosi
tixeil in his'Bleriot   ra<*    '""   discus    will    be   thrown
"shed    this    after-  ^    ways     and    the    Javelin  two
���    ., wHo-ht I ways.     Then    will   be   two   all-round
..hy-BBl      ;    '   ' I.   '!.     'ii.  contests.   One will be the same as al
��� ";��� ���' | 'j(_.it   ju   ||V   198   Alliens In  1906, and made up of flve
;,!'"'   "''.,,��� .,i,'    ti.. events, and the other one will include
ii.  " ,  |,,.|   in   ilie  an.    ne, BjBjBjBj
going   '",   ,_  tVlQ  hnnc  and   With
Headaches ��� nausea ��� indigestion���muddy complexion���pimples���
bad breath���these are some cf the effects cf constipation.    The mild, sensible, i��ffl!K#*5T^n^'Sj
reliable remedy is               ���* ���'���   ll" &" �� ^
_ They contain the latest
discovered and best evacuant known, which
empties the bowels without the slightest discomfort and without disturbing the rest of the system.   Constantly increased doses are not necessary.
25c. a box.   If your druREist has not yet stocked tbem, send 25c and we wlll mail them.  25 j
National Dru�� nnd Chemical Com.��ny of CjjPad*. Limited, ��� Montreal.
ma
B.C. Mills
1 imber   and  Trading
Co.
Manufacturers and  Dealers ln  All Klcds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES.    LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Box  137
���roads
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
in0P%Ph Joh
Urexel's
, n tone   heat
. reel  In the
', | ,., the bone and
.... |  with  Host,
hour he had
a ?.ov. storm
hli   ^^^
footbalTschedule
foi
.'
to battle
in the cloud,, and
i   from   ascending
ten events, in the program as lt now
stands the events are as follow
100 meters Hat, 400 meters flat, 800
meters flat, 1500 meters flat, 5000 meters flat, 10,0 ueters flat, Marathon
race i 10,000 meters), hurdle race (110
meters), 10,000 meters walk, five miles
(about), cross-country race.
  Teams  races���Relay  race,  1600  mc-
i . ,,���. the public school  tera  (tcami   ol tour, each to run 400
,   h,B heen    drawn    up  meters);  relay race 3000 meters dive
'     '  me8 win be played on  '" ,""' ""-ee to count).
.   * players  mus.   be  all     Jumping-Standing      high      jump.
iturday.    '���� ���*      the school with  standing   broad   jump,   running   high
','      ' lump, running broad jump;  hop, step
'���'';, ';;';.:   lg   the   schedule   for  and  jam,,,  pole jump.
 wlns Throwing and putting���Discus (free
.'   ' r   ..,.,  .,t   Kelvin1  Ht   style), best hand; discus (free style),
"   ' ' 'right and  lefl   hand;   discus   (as   at
wis at Sa. ljsrwn. Central.I Athens);   javelin   (with   the   javelin
e"1,,e'   ���_...;���,M't.m al Central,   held  In the middle,  Swedish  way  of
'        " holding It);  right and left hand;  put-
tlie   weight,   best   hand;   putting
______ the     Uelg	
I o i i i s _____i _____i
���   'throwing   the  hammer,  tug-of-war.
Penathion, comprising In following
order: Broad jump, discus I free
style), running (200 meters), javelin
i best hand i, running (1500 meters).
Points to score according to place in
each event;  lowesl  points to win.
Decathlon, comprising in following order, divided on two days; First
day���Running (100 metersi, broad
jump, putting the weight, (best hand I,
high jump, running i 100 meters). Second day���Hurdle race (100 meters I,
discus ihest hand), pole jump, javelin (best hand I. running 115u0 mete; s).
Tenders for Sewer Pipe.
The corporation requires tenders
vitriii- i > ev er pipe of the following sizes; Four inch, six inch, eight
inch and ten Inch, for the Eighth
Btn el  sewi r bj stem
Specifications can he obtained at
the city engineer's office. The corporation does not bind Itself to accept
the lowesl or any tender.
Saint,hs of pipe lo be delivered to
i he city engineei Tenders to be delivered to the undersigned by 5 p.m.
on Monday, Octobei  31, 1910.
\V. A, DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City   Hall,  New  West minster. B. C.i
October 22, 1910,
Daj of flrsl publh ition, October -4
1910.
LAND    ACT    NOTICE.
Nov
I, mber
'.������������'���]*-___________
ember l.-Kelvin at Sapperton;  {��* ^    ;m ,    left   hand;
tei     ���' st. '���";'.* ,
I .-Kelvin
erton al St. Louis.
.ovembi    2e-Cent��l
.   .    g,   L0utS at  Kelvin.
"    .'..,.    3-Sapperton   at   Kelvin
oui.- at  Central.
vln    at    Central;
at    Sapper-
SECOND
PRO.   HOCKEY
TEAM    FOR
OTTAWA
Oct.   25.���When   the   Na-
| e     League   holds   its   an-
111  Mont real  a  few days
| be an application for
-     , ii a new Ottawa cluh noi
I     named    Most  of the players on
team   and   some   with
i t year Vi 111 be in line.  Hor-
��� the well-known right  wing.
I ited for playing  manager.
.  e  National   league   meets  in   the
Bcoursi eek according to reports
'   : ��� real, and will be made up of
I Wanderers,    Shamrocks,    a
I liar  team.   Renfrew,  and
I
���  ��� > ���   Otl   ,:-.i club will have the
available:    Nick Bawlf,
Gaul,  Joe   Denniston,   Skene
Throop, Tommy    Smith.
and is also counting on
las!    ..tar    With    the
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that .lamps Davis Smith
of Vancouver, B. <.".. occupation builder, intends to apply ror permission to
purchase the following described
lands;
Commencing at  a post marked  "J,
D.    Smith,      S.      W,      corner,"      at
the   northwest,   corner    of    pre-emption,      No.      2951,      thence      north j
about  60  chains more or less, to or I
near   Sakinaw   Lake,  tlience  oast  601
chains more or less, tt.ence south 80 I
chains more or less, thence  west 40 j
chains, more or less, thence north 40 j
chains, more or less, thence west 40 j
chains more or less, to the place of
commencement.
JAMBS    DAVIS    SMITH.     \
New Westminster. October 20, 1910.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS, Agent.
Contractors and
Mouse Builders
Best
We nave a full   line   of   the
Builders   Hardware in tnis City.
Before Building See Us. as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
2 I �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
S m
A    TURKEY    FAMINE.
OLIVER    ACCEPTS.
Parasitic
the
P.tblado's    Record.
Manitoba   Curling   assoi I 'ti >n
on  IU  roll,  with   t"!''
���   Its   ureal    glory   is   the
an annual Bxture now
...   old.     This   ye ti b
Pltblado, K, C, of
riu   Trl mne sa-. b;
:��� an  his  early   years  I n
with    sports    of    \aii ms
Manitoba
Canadian   Minister   to   Speak   at    Chicago  St.  Andrew's Society  Banquet.
Chicago, Ocl 25.���The Hon. Frank
Oliver, Canadian o inistei of tlte interior, today telegraphed his acceptance of an invitation to attend the
sixty-fifth annual banquet of the
Illinois St. Andrew's society to be
held  at the  Auditorium hotel on tli9
evening ol  October >u. u,m-. a
telegram was addi es ed to John
Grerar, vice president of the society,
.i wealthy Canadian-American, formerly of Nova Si otla.
The   minister  will  be the  principal
er al the function, which has a
long   list   of  in table   ban iuel i  to  Its
i i    i-  i���'..��� i   ted   !���>   tell   of
. ���    as    he    has   found   them
throughout  Canada  and especially  in
itie wi si. from Lake Superior to Edmonton, in the shadow ol the the foothills ol  tl a Rockies,
VV. \V. Cory, deputy minister of the
Interior,  arrived   fi im  Ottawa today,
an!  with Inspector \V. J, White. Will
visit Canadian immigration offices in
Iowa,    Missouri    and    other
Disease     Decimating
Flocks   in   Canada.
Ottawa. Oct. 26.���With th.e approach
of   the   Thanksgiving    Day   dinner   a
statement made today by the Domin-
ion biologist, Dr. Charles Higgins, of j
the   Department   of   Agriculture,  relative to the cause of the first turkey
famine  in  Canada,  is  of especial  interest.    Dr.  Higgins accounts for the
soaring prices for the festive bird by
the fact that a parasitic disease, commonly known as blackhead, is re pon-
sihle for an alarming turkey mortality
in  all  the  provinces.    The  disease  Isl
manifested by a black appearance of
'  the comb, and is due to parasitic af-
tection ol  the digestive organs.   Unless stringent  measures are taken at
once  tn  combai   the  disease   inte'.l'-
gently, Bays  Dr.  Higgins, the supply
in   all   pari   of  Canada   will   he   Btlll
inula i depleted.
A remedy suggested is to starve
the bird for forty-eight hours and then
let it drink from a mixture composed
of a teaspoonful of muriatic acid to a
iiuart of water.
Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
Apples
Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also trv our SWEET POTATOES and nice ripe
TOMATOES
*rs~***\
7:20,
8:00
at   8
and
Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20,  6:50,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at  5:50,  6:50,   7:20
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave  Westminster   for Vancouver
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8  a. m.,  9   a.   m.
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m. M^^^^^
Sunday Excursion Ratps:  Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c. ���
Freight Schedule���Freight 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. J
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE. t
City  Limits  Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.     *
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. ���
Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.        J
Sunday  Service���20-minute  service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.       .
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. \
*
******************* **************.***************���*****
Wh'lsl  a student   at -m^^^^.,.-     ���
, t00k ���, active par. in ath- Illinois,   .---   --   ^ lncreaBed in
���     was especially  noted as a ������ ������������' *     '    ;   '  ' ,,���.,, pasl aud west.
,   player,    lie lias for a num- terest in Canada, botn east
ears been an active member DREDS   0F   FARMERS
- Manitoba Curling Association,  HUN W,LL   G0   TO   OTTAWA
���  oi   several   occasions   has   been	
5,���Arrangements
���   if  Hie   program   nnd   pri/e
It tees    He is himself a heen
ad   one   of   the   most    active
era "f the Granite Curling cluh.
He 1 as taken  part   in   nearly  every
al  since  these  popular  gather-
��� were instituted, and succeeded in
winning several prizes."
OM
ATTENDANT   WAS
ALL    JOHN    L.
NEEDED
"II you look over tho dope you will
thai  In very few of my fluids did
 lore than one man   In   the
ring With me.    This  wns my handler,
' ��� '" banlded me." says John L. Bul-
i' an, former heavyweight  champion,
���   '���'   ol carry  three or rour tuna
itet  Into the ring, all  klhdi or
1     "eat   and   three   of   four   men   to
water over you.    It's not a tree
''' '   a'. ! it  all looks like parlor play
I
"Of
Winnipeg, Oct.   _..
have been made here whereby five
01 six hundred delegates, representing the organised farmers of Canada, will meet the members of the Dominion government and parliament at
Ottawa to present the tariff
nnd on other matters which
cultural  classes  are
The  Manitoba
sociation  have
i of  the
appoint
question
the agri-
._  interested.
Grain   dowers'   As-
issued  a call  to each
bundled   local   association   to
one or more members to this
S, F���  1915.
Wanderers from trie Golden Gate
Have Big Boos'mg Scheme.
A fine publicity plot to advertise the
world's fair which it ts proposed to
hold tn San Francisco in 1915, was
unearthed here yesterday when P.
Conradl, a tobacco traveller from San
Francisco, registered at the Russell
hotel, giving his address as follows:
"S. P., 1916."
The address caused some curiosity
at the hotel and there was some
speculation as to whether the man
once was known by a number or whether he was such an auto tlend that
he wrote down the number of his machine Instead of his address
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 andj443
Sapperton      Phone 373
TERRORIZED BY THREATS.
Hasersville.   Oct.   25.
tempt to terrorize a famll.
them from the farm which they
occupied for twenty-tvyo years   is
A   bold    at-
v and drive
iave
occiHHtru ...,   -.^^^^^^^^ he-
Jin, perpetrated in Haldimand county,
near the village of Selkirk, where the
household of Fred Smeltaer live '������
deadly fear of impending disaster.
Three weeks ago their barn, ft!
with the season's crops, was Hied and
destroyed under strange clrcum-
i stances,    and    since    that
in
tilled
Al-
delegation.
Similar action will he taken In
berta  an i  Saskatchewan  within  the
next  few  days.    The  iklegates  from
lhe   wesl   are   expected    to    meet    at
Winnipeg and proceed
trains to Otlaw.i
However. Conradl himself soon
denied up the mystery by explaining
that there was going to he an exhibition in San Francisco in 1915. lie
further explains.1 that every coininer-
n two special j cial traveller leaving San Francisco
left with instructions to register
wherever the., went as lu
EVANGELIST   ILL.
had done.
Rev.   J.
com-", the tricksters got  into
'    ".   and   the   rules   had   t"   be
I fled to a certain extent,    I oan
. the time when every time
��������� ������ is knocked down n  constl-
'���I a round, and you bad
! "  down for keeps before the fight
If  be  was   knocked   down
rrled to his cm nor   the    usu-
-    was    given him.    Wouldn't
;s   to   todav   have   a   picnic
!  al   rule?       Why,   they   would
1   Bll   night,   all   of   wllich   goes    to
lW thai in the olden days the flght-
ll [111   for  the  love  Of tbe  game
w-ell ; a for the  money   consider*
Hon."
[un-
^^_^^_ ��� "���
with shaking
Mi. CroBsley la
of    conducting
-in tells a  little story on  him-
il he Bwears la absolute truth.
said thai  while in  Boston a crow 1
��'d Irishmen, friends   of his father,
;" UP to see  him.     They  all  shook
"1 and. one of them turned to
H ier  and  said:     "Mr.  Sullivan,
ihould be proud  of your son."
'And why?" answered  Sullivan Sr.
,'W|lV. Isn't  he the champion of the
���   world?"
v ���   null    kidding,"   answered
'���'���   "Y0U ^^ ^^
'. El'ln that could   Hid(   tho  life oul   Of
E.   Hunter,   Suffering
Shaking   Pa'sy.
Toronto. Oct, 85.���Hev, J,  Et, 1
tei, the evangelical partner ol Ke\
T. CroBsley, la rery in
palsy.     As   a   resull
to dui a continuing the  worl'
[ie\ivals alone,
For twenty-six years these two .nen
have worked together harmoniously,
ami have led almost Innumerable revivals, it is estimated thai one hundred thousand people have made pub
lie profession of eon version as a ie
suit  of their preaching.
The  nervous  strain  and  ihe excitement   of   his   active   life   have
mpelled the retirement of Mi
:it the age of Bfty-four.
From DESCENDANT   OF    KING.
For   Tbis    Reason    Tacoma    Woman
Scorns    Charity.
Tacoma, Oct, 25.���Scorning charity
became she says she is a lescendant
il one of the kings of Ireland, Mrs.
Elizabeth Budinich was ordered to
( it her   proi ide   for   I.or    children    or
at   last
Hun-
cot
ter
MAY    OPPOSE    MR.    KING.
the
men
and I know a dozen
" thai could lick the life out
_fJ^M
;  y   aays he  Is  paying strict  at-
"" i" his physical condition, He
," ' ""' story about getting back In
, ." "'"' In a four-round bout with
'. '! Jake Kilraln or Charlie Mlt-
01,611 ll not hoi air.
F:umor8  Sly   New  Conservitive  Whip
Will   Run  In  North  Waterloo.
Berlin, Oct,  25.���11  Is currently reported  that  the   North   Waterloo  (Vn-
servatives   arc   to   invite   (Icorge    II.
M. P., the new Conservative
contest   this   riding   against
Mackenzie    King.      Mr.
ion-ln-law   of  Ward   ll.
here.
give them up when she appeared in
Superior courl yesterday, Mrs. Budinich ���������������t* wearing a pearl necklace
which she said had descended to her
through many generations and she
was loath to part with it. The probation officer told the court her
Chil Iron were living on crusts of
bread and were Buffering from want.
j She vviii be given until  Wednesday
to provide for her children. I'.er
[husband was known before bis death
las "The King of Ihe Slavonlas."
awn ., ^^^^^^^^^^^^ occurred
Smeltzer has received anonymous let-)
ters warning hlm to give up the farm
and move away or ms lite wlll be
taken Five letters have heen received up to date, in which the writer
represents himself as the involuntary
agent of an enemy of Smeltzer who
will   brook  no  Interference  with   his
plans.
The members of the family are not
only   terrified   but   mystified,    They
have believed that they possessed the
friendly regard of their neighbors far
and   near, an I  they  are  at   a  loss   to
know whom to accuse of the crime.
Two of the threatening letters have
been forwarded to the attorney general's department; two have been stolen
from the Smeltzer home, and the fifth
is in the possession   of Joseph   w.
Holmes, of Selkirk.    Mr. Smelt/.er has
taken  the mysterious  mandate
seriously and  has advertised   i
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FOR  QUICK  SALE    I
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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.    |
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u^_ PURE GOODS ARE
Cowan's perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Madalliana. ttc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
very j
sale !
imber I, and
the farm.
Is
nl'   his  stock   Oil    Nov
preparing to abandon
at my hands."
Immigrants    to    Australia.
Melbourne,    Oet.    26.���-Immigrants
are  arriving  In   Australia  at   the  rate
ol'   man   a   irontli.     They   are   rapidly
I ahs'irhius   the   avallahle  country   dls-
1 tricts;
It is Never Too Late To Mend
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A   Stitch  in Time Saves   Nine
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Take out an Accident Policy in the Railway
Passengers  Assurance Co.   NOW.
LIBERAL CONDITIONS
LOWEST RATES
Perley.
whip,   l"
I lon.   W.
Perley is
I,
Bowlby, k. Ci crown attorney,
Rumors had also hoen rife that Hon
Adam Hook was to take up the end
imls against  Mr, King, but the form
61'   has   st'itoi!   that   he
provincial   politics   and
gara power
lsh.
vvill   slick  io
,,,....     see  his   Nin-
cheme through to n fin-
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AUTOMOBILE  OWNERS
i,;;1;^ ail owners should earry this class of Insurance.
Apply tor particulars to
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENT.
Street.
New Westminster.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62      I
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PAOB SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Sectiou 20, of the Local
Improvement    General    By-law,   1909,
notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for local Improvements on
the following streets, viz.:   Alexander
street, Church street, McKenzie street,
Clarkson street from Begbie to Sixth
streets,   Sixtli   street   from   Columbia
street to Royal avenue, Lome street,
from Columhla to Clarkson, Hegie St.,
Henley street trom Eighth avenue to
London street; is open for Inspection
at the office of the Assessment Commissioner in the City IIaJl, New Westminster. British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person interested in
tiny of the properties included therein
desires  to  appeal  from  such  Assessment he should within the period   of
eleven (11) days frou* the lirst publication   of  this   notice   give   notice  to
the undersigned in waiting of his intention to appeal.
Dated'this ISth da.?' of October, A.D.
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk
Date of first publication October 19,
1910.
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Paving Third Street.
The corporation invites tenders
from street paving companies foi
grading, streel paving, laying of concrete sidewalks and construction of
storm sewers for Third street from
Royal avenue to Sixtli avenue. Paving companies vvill he 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 the
steeliest grade their pavement Is safe
for horse traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications and
further information can be obtained
from J. 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.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. New Westminster, October, 19,1910.
THOROUGHBRED STOCK |0NtARlu lawsuit basld   jwiLL ENDEAVOR TO
fOR NORTHERN ALBERTA
ON CHARGE OF WITCHERY
Company Will Lease Large
Tract o." Land From Gov-
I
ernment For This Purpose
Heldelburg Lady  Seeks  Damages Because She Is Charged With Bewitching   Neighbor.
RESURRECT P.P.A.
NOTICE.
Edmonton, Oct. 25.���The establishment of an extensive .stock farm at
Fort Vermilion ou the Peace river, on
which thoroughbred cattle of both
beef and dairy strains and a*S0 general purpose horses to supply the
needs of the settlers that vvill flock into the country within the rext few
years requiring stock [or their farms,
is well under way accorcUng to Fred S.
i Lawrence, general manager of the
Peace River Trade and Navigation.8*.?*^
company, who returned to the city
from the north yesterday .after spending 1 hi? summer months in the district
ahout Fort William, surveying a block
of land which his company will lease
from the government for ranching purposes.
Mr. Lawrence passed through Edmonton on his way .into the north
: country on August !i last, and has
j been engaged in preliminary work
'looking to the establishment of tho
! ranch ever since.
To a Journal  reporter last evening
|he  stated  that arrangements  are  be-1
i ing  made  to  fence  a  large  block   of
[property in the vicinity of Fort Vermilion, on which the stock wliich the
company will Import into the country
j will   be  allowed   to  run.     Ten  thousand pounds of wire will be shipped
into  the  country  during  the  coming
I winter to be utilized for the purpose.
| The  reason  for  leucine,  the property
lis to keep the thoroughbred stock on
the    company'b    ranch    from    itite,'-
j mingling   with  the  animals  that   aie
I allowed  to  run  at   large  around   the
I settlements.
I Speaking of crop conditions
| throughout Northern Alberta, Mr.
I Lawrence stated that, splendid grain
'has been raised in practically all see-
I tions of the country where proper
methods of cultivation have heen car-
:ried out. Grain at Lesser Slave Lake
and other points was frosted to a
: considerable extent hut samples of
jof good grain are obtainable at all the
settlements. At Peace River crossing
Allie Brick threshed 2000 bushels of
the finest wheat this fall. There will
j be an abundance of flour for local
consumption at all points this coming
Winter. Flour from the .Mills at Fort
j Vermilion is heing shipped to Peace
: River Crossing, to be on hand for tiie
| settlers a' Grande Prairie. The first
apple to ho grown in the Peace River
!district wee raised at the experiment
j station at Fort Vermilion this sum-
Mr. Lawrenoe had a photograph
The apple it-
department .it
Heidelberg, Ont., Oct. 25*��� A short
time ago, Lizzie Brubaclrer, the wife
of Daniel Brubacher, a German, living here, tell ill. The doctors could
do nothing for her. and Ahram Biw-
bacher, a brother-in-law, expre&Bed
the opinion that the woman had been
bewitched by ���Christine Metzger, wbo
lived at St. Jacobs, a oelghborln;
lage.     Abram   Brubacher
even
vil-
IVCIlt
Some Hamilton Clergymen
Think Catholic Church is
Getting Too Strong.
Hamilton, Oct. 25.��� The Protestant
Protective association, which cut a
big figure in the municipal and provincial elections here sixteen years ago
is lo he galvanized into
tho plans
clergymen
ESTABLISH A LINE
TO SOUTH AMERICA
BUSINES
JOARD OF TRADE-Nli^r .
minster Board of Tra-i, ^>lJ
board room, city Hall.TW
Thlnl   Thur. d
*���* (01;
'i:
C.P.R. in Negotiations For;
Service  From Canada to
Argentine Republic.
quarterly meeting 0a *
Thursday of Februari via 1
and November, at 8 ��� n ' h'1**
meetings on the third Ti.. ADJill
February. New SembSSl
proposed and elected at ���,��� ^ **
ly or quarterly meeUnit W,_
Stuart-Wade, secretary c���!
     life again    if
of a number   of prominent
who  have  taken   the  m.it-
M��zger|ter up,
food
so far as to say that Mrs.
had put certain herlra in the
Mrs. Brubacher, with the purp&se of
an evil influence over her.
Mrs. Metzger hos retorted with a
suit for damages against Bruliacher,
claiming $500 for anguish of mind.
caused by being shunned by
associates and having her reputation
ruined. Tlie parties are all well
known farmers of Waterloo county, of
'German descent. "Charming" away
disease is nol an unknown practice In
til ie 'community, 'even at this late day
succeed.    Kx-Aldernian  Baird,
a well-known Orangeman, who was
one of the leading spirits In the old
association, is actively identified with
the new movement. The men behind
ii think tlie Roman Catholic church
is  getting  too  strong a grip  on   the
former loountry
'hey
Notice te hereby given that a vote
of the electors of the corporation of
the City cf New Westminster will he
taken at the following polling stations:
The Council Chamber,    City    Hall;
the  Fire  Hall,  Sapperton;     and    the
Waterworks Storehouse at th.e corner
of Queens avenue and Eleventh street,
cn the 4th day of November, llilO, between tilt hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.,
for    the    purpose    of    obtaining    the
opinion  of the electors  on  the question  of  whether  it   ls  In  the general 1 mer.
pubiic welfare that   t!,e    Mayor   andlof the apple with him.
Council Rbould consent  to the grant-tself vvas mailed to the
ing to the  Royal  Columbian  hospital j Ottawa. ^^^^^^^^^^^
of seven ancl one-half (7%) acVes | Mr. Lawrence stated that In eonnec-
more or lees of the Queens park re-(tion with tiie operations of his corn-
serve, bounded on the west by Gran- [any in tbe north country a line of
ville street, on the soutli by Royal steam boats on the rivers will be es-
avenue, and-on the east by the Boule- tablished. He vvill open an office fn
vard. Kdmonton in the near future.
W. A, DUNCAN   City Clerk.
Dated at New Westminster this ISth | ~ ���
day of October, 1010.
SEWED
UP    WOUND
'WAY    OUT
IN    BUSH
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 tbe District of New Westminster. Biitish Columbia, at New
West ii inster plan aud description of
the proposed site for laving steel
pipe line or water main under the
Brunette river la toe Province of
Hritish Columbia, and after one
month from fie first publication hereof wll! apply to the Governor in
Council  tor approval  thereof.
Dated  this Third  day   of
11)10.
Cobalt, Oct. 25-���Bleeding to death
from a fearful gash which bad almost severed his foot, and lying alone
in the woods Car from human aid. Vie-
to.- Ilannai), a prospector, staunched
the flow of blood as best he could., and
tbem with a needle and thread coolly
stitched up the wound.
Hannaa went away in the bush rni-
accompanied last week, and while
working chopping timber he etrwek a
heavy blow on his foot with the axe
utilized. The wound was a severe
one, but instead of fainting away as
might bave been expected he set to
October, I work and acted as his own surgeon.
He   recollected     that     among    his
iave been aroused by the Eu-'
charistic congress.   Father  Vaughan s
charges   against    Protestants   and   the
controverersy   being   waxed   over   bilingual teaching in the Bchools,
Their hop eis that the P, P. A.
movement will again flourish all over
the country.
. In 1894 the P. P. A. controlled the
council here, electing A. 1). Stewart
in mayor. This was shortly after
Margaret Sheppard toured the coun-
I try making sensational addresses, in
which she charged that the Catholic
churches were filled with rifles and
ammunition.
Montreal, Oct. 25,���Arrangements I
are now practically completed by
Which a steamship service vvill be ;
started in the near future between '
Canada and South American ports, Ln-1
eluding the Argentine  Republic,
The  Canadian   Pacific  Railway com-;
[pany   has  been  taking  a  leading  part,
in the negotiations leading up to the
| establishment of such a service, bul
It is  staled  that   the company  is only
Interested from a traffic poinl of view.
ti.   M.   Bosworth,  vice   president  of
the  I.'.   P.   R.,   Whetl   seen   todav,  stated
ithat he vvas nol vet in a position to
give oul the details of the service, ll
Is known, however, thai powerful interests are behind the movement, and
!tiiat a fleei of larger and powerful
frei'lht  carrying vessels are to be put
I on the service. For a long time pasl
some of the more powerful manufacturing concerns have found a splendid market for Canadian goods in
Soutli America, but their business has
always been hampered by the fact
that the freight has had to be
handled through American channels.
With the establishment of a direct
line an immediate impetus will be
given  to this trade.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER Phi>sTmTT''
kind of jobrprlnih ���     \ulr^l
leaf ledgvrs; COvv ,-.��� ft lv4
Phone 55, P. ,, bSx M,h"J
Dally News Block, Sl��h ����0
mm
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CHARLES E. YORKE
As Hiram Stubbing in "'Mrs. Wiggs of
tlie Cabbage Patch." at the errata
house on Monday evening.
pure grape cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
is world-wide. No alum,
no phosphatic acid.
There is never a question as to the absolute
purity and healthful-
ness of the food it raises
W. A. DUNCAN,    ! goods were a needle and some black
Clerk of the Municipal Council of The (breed.    After  staunching  the  exces-
Corporation  of  the   City   of   New.sive flow of blood as far as possible,
Wp��rrmns>��' Hannan   cobly  threatetl  an   ordinary
f-  "���      "BSB'sewing needle and  with  fortitude to
NOTICE ! *ie marvelled at placed three stitches
 ' in the wound.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
The 'Corporation of the City of New
Westminster has deposited with the
Minister of Public Works at Ottawa
. nd in the office of the Registrar of
deeds for the Distiict. of New Westminster, British Columbia, al New
Westminster plan and description of
the proposed site for laj Ing. steel
pipe line or water main under the
north arm of the Fraser River in the
Province of British Columbia, and after oi.e month from the flrsl publication hereof vvill apply to the Governor
In Council for'
DATED thif
the ^^^^^^^^^^
Knowing  full   well  tbat  this could
only be temporary, and realizing also .
that  ho    ran great  chances of blood-
poisoning. Mr. Hannan made a brave;
effort, and with the aid of an Improvised crutch and stick  hobbled by tie-,
grees to the Porcupine  camp  where
the wound was dressed.
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Death   of   "Trlxle."
"Jolly Trixie," a heavyweight young
woman recently exhibited in  Victoria
ami   Vancouvei-,  i.s  reported  to  have
ipproval theie of. [died  and  been  buried nt   Suva,   Ki.il;
Third day of October, |she being but twenty-two years of ng.'*
1IU0. W. A. DUNCAN,     ! when   death   came.     Trixie    weighed
Clerk of tiie Municipal Council of The ,;S5 pounds when the coast knew her;
Corporation of the City of New her little brother, Baby Bliss, tipped
Westminster, the scale at 596 pounds.   The big peo-
B ���mi     i-m,      i i 'pie sailed hy the Zealandia on Septem
ber 9.    The death of Trixie was due
to an accidental, fall.
Canadian National
Apple Show
-AT-
VANCOUVEPv
Octo'e.' 31st to November nth, 1010.
Special low rales from all points In
B. C, al SINGLE FARE FOR THE
ROUND TRIP. Tickets on sale
October 29th to November 3rd.
return limit, November 9th.
tv.Ihcr particulars apply to:
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
from
Final
For
Ed  Goulet,  Agent  C.
tc C.  R. Fester,  New
P.   R.,   or  write
Westminster,
Re lot 16, block 2, of lot 201, group 1,
town of Port Moody, .Munay's Addition, in the district of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 4700A, issued in
the name of .lohn Stewait and .lames
Cash, has been died In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I sliall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published In the
city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
n.aJe to n.e ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
'.;:nd Registry Office,
rt; Westminster, B.C., Oct. 7, 1910.
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This is the Wonderful New Fiom
that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.
Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in th3 newest, bcjt-e^uipped,
largest mill cn the prairies.
Made witli the determination to  give users  better  flour-value, greater
certainty cf  baking-success, fuller satisfaction with the final  result,  whethei
with biscuits, cake or bread.
Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Ho&d Flour gives all this.
Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.
This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    Wc usa this paper
merely to give the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
. It Is tha flruaranteed flour.    If you np* not satlsflod with It after two fair trials,
ask youp grooer tot* your money back.    He will give It to you.
Add mope water than usual when ualnff Robin Hood Flour.    Made of auch
hard, dry wheat, It abaorba more moi jturo   pro luoin< a larger, whiter loaf.
The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours
you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference
every woman who now usts Robin Hood admits.
SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
LIMITED 1
Moose Jaw, Sask.
PJANO'TUNING,
PIANOS AMI ORGANS TUNED/
ner. W. 4|
repaired by your local tunk^vP
Martin.   Mus.   Bac.  81]  SubllJ
Phone  1, 615.
I
LABOR AGENTS.
m
COAST   LABOR   AGENTSl
.er G. J. Bykes), *.: powel| s.;"j
Vancouver.    Phom |
attention given to all 0,%/"
male help. Hinn us up, ,|���;
write if unable to visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDJdONDS, bark3
tv?rs ami solicitors, West -.-..
Trust Hlock,  Columbia street x��
Westminster,    w.  J.   Whites^'
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARill
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicited
Westminster offlces, Roomj.atS
Gulchon hlock. corner Columbia!
McKenzie   streets.    Vancouver
flees,   Wil/lama   building, ti q-,
Tille   street.     F.  C,   Wade, ;; 'CJ
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie (M
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT]
: II. J. A. BURNETT, AUDIT0IU1
Accountant      Tel.    it 128.  Ron
Trapp hlock.
R.  T.  PRINCE.  EXPEItT ACCOUsfl
ANT AND AUDITOR    front. :
Hall Safe Co,   Oflli e, Ho-im 0, Wet.
minster Trust block,
FTENOGRAPHY ��. TYPFWR',T_t|
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM
Curtis Hlock.   P. 0. Hox 694.
COBTOM STENOGRAPHY ANH
Typewriting; copy wi ���:, i ��� n
letters, etc Couml I treet. Tek
lihnne 62.
REAL   ESTATE
WHITE, SMILES k CO,
Real  Estate and  insurance Al"
City,  farm   ami   lunnrbao lirvpn(
628 and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
CALVIN. LADIES' AND MENS
loring.    A new line of Spring i*|
lng Just In.    Uutton makinj    H
In.   and repairing.   46 Lorne st.*t*t|
Phone it cos.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON   a  A V Li NG,  E1SH, i'Kuil
Game, Vegetables, etc  Dean t.;.L|
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
V\.    K.    FALES.   THE   F0K.NII
Dealer, Upholsterer and OndertiKfl
corner A^nes and McKemle a :'i]i\
Phone 176. night call 81.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWOKi
Co..  hank,  offlce and  store tilt
cabinet,  stair,    showcases, nil
and dual] work.    Designs a::
mates  furnished.    J.   Hrook.':
liriptor.      Work<:   Corner  Bl
��nd car line.      P. O. box S54,
473.
tin.;
lamed
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FIRE   APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.   THI
esl    in    flre    fighting    app
R.   Harris   ��   Co.,   Lavery
Columbia street   Phone ������'������ '���
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MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, J'
McKay, manufacturer and Imi r;"[
of iiiounmentiil tombstones, lm |',n��
���tone, etc. Satisfaction guarantees,
r'��"iiuMa street. New WeatmH>��,w
HOTELS.
KINO'S   HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA  ST.
Phone  IS.    Newest  and  most
(lute in  the city.    Terms mo'
First class cuisine.
HOTEL LYTTON���HIT FRON'1
Phone 103. Comfortable acconioa^
tion. Terms moderate. McLeod ��
Watkins, proprietors.
I. O. O. F.   AMITY   LODGE NO. "j
The regular meeting of tills.WW
are held  In  Odd  Fellows' Hall, to
ner Carnarvon  and  Eighth stree\,
every Monday evening al 8 o ei   ���
Visiting   brethren   cordially  inj��e'
to attend.    \V. II. West, N.0.1 ���*' ,'
Coatham, P.O.. recording Becre*,^
J.   W.  MacDonald,  financial sei
tarj
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE O  *   I   L   V
m e *��� ,NESDAY. OCTOBER
26.  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE BBVJDHt.
;H0LD
HOUSE
IpplicatioDS to
pmentar; vo
VOTERS.
, Westminster
5 undersigned up
,   he placed   on   the
tors' list for the City
will be received
to November
1.10.
iplicants
B full as
uflt |,e Hritish subjects
of twenty-one   yci.tn,
resldeuu. ot tl.* city six
w;e ^mediately   preceding   the
"t:,s    ,'.,ilnn. and   have   during
e ol t'l1''1".'    J 0    householder    a
t tlm0 '   ' legg than one hundred
tal of not tens
I "\v  A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
"C,TY   VOTERS'   LIST.
';;. ���; 0
IS
that   the
1910    has
I   and   that  lhe  same
ul  tbis ollice for thirty
tl,e date hereof;  and any
.   .ji ciaim to be added to
,-.��� hist, or any elector
de
a...,,,! Ill	
I V:;.,.,     nai,    deliver   or
red to the City
hereby  given
l  for the year
len
, bi  seen
i*        ''
L
t i ,. to have any  name
must prefer his or
n writing, si. ned with his
. ,   .    and
i     ... ,. to be dellven
jerk within the time herein before
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
, onice. New Westmln-
.. c> October 16, 1910.
SURGICAL   OPERATION
FOR   REFORM   OF   THIEF
Indianapolis. Oct. 24.���Judge James
A. Collins, of the city court, is confident of making another honest man
out of a thief, lie Is doing It by
remedying a physical defect, that
has made the man a kleptomaniac
This is the third case Judge Collins
has found since he took the
court bench, last January 1.
Walter Gastetter, twenty-four years
old, who has boon a regular offender, was arraigned on tlie charge of
petit larceny. The judge ordered a
physical examination, which disclosed a depression of the skull.the
.result of an injury received in childhood, and which is looked upon as
the cause of tiie young man's crimes.
city
CENSUS COMMISSIONERS
SOON TO BE APPOINTED
Work of Enumeration   of   Dominion's
Population Will Cost About
$1,000,000.
Ottawa, Oct. 2~>.���The appointment
ol aboul 2'i') census commissioners
will be begun by the government very
Bhortly and there are many applicants
choose   from.    To  a   large   extent
CRUISER RAINBOW
REACHES ACAPUICO
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Preparations Being Made to
Welcome Vessel on Arrival at Esquimalt.
to
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
;ST LAND  DISTRICT   RANGE  2.
- ,e notice that 1. William Robert
'',,[ Vancouver,  B.C., occupation
dealer, intend to apply for
lease 200 acres of land
follows:     Commencing at
arm    of
ii chains,
Bi'
_. .-state
ilon to
loanded afl
9       ,,l,,.,.,i al the east side ot the
I.'.....,. | ea i of the mirth
|       , s mlet, thence east  I
1  ���   .' ..,.:-.  BO  chains,  thence  west
chains, thence north 50 chains to
0I commencement.   Purpose for
It is required, quarrying-
V. ll.l.lAM  ROBERT DICK.
-,.,i September -7th. DUO.
..
Railway Time Tables
B  C.
E. K. Westminster Branch,
Week Day Scheaule.
in leave Vancouver for New West
minster at B:50, 6:50. 7:20 and 8:00
..:;.. and every half hour thereafter
..  i:;3o p.m.
. . leave New Westminster for Van-
1 mver a: 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
��� -.-... an 1 every half hour there-
alter until 11:00 o m.
Sunday Schedule,
eave Vancouver tor New  West-
��� - :,:  8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
Local   Improvement   Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the Local
Improvement General Hylaw, 1909, no-
tlce is hereby Riven that the Assessment Roll for local improvements on
Columbia street from the east line of
Fourth street to the west line of Leopold Place Is open for inspection at
the offlce of the Assessment Commissioner in the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person Interested In
any of the properties included therein
desires to appeal from such assessment he Bhould within the period of
eleven ill) days from the first publication of tbis notice, give notice to
the undersigned In writing of his intention to appeal,
Dated the 15th day of October, A.
D., 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Date of first publication October 17,
1910.
SPEND XMAS
IN EUROPE
In connection with
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS,   Ltd.
those experienced in the work will be
reemployed
There will be one commissioner for
each electoral district, who will have
supervision   of   the  enumerators   for i
each constituency.    He will be given
a lump sum for expenses, varying according to the size of the district and 1
bo much  per head of population for
revision of the work of the enumera- j
tors.   There will he no provincial superintendents,   this   time;   the   work;
will  be directly supervised  from Ottawa.
Great interest attaches to the een- ]
sus because of its effect upon parliamentary   represenatatlon,  the  population  of Quebec  divided  by   sixty-five;
furnishing the unit.
Ten years ago Quebec's population
was 1,648,898.   The tstlmate this year;
based on  imaginative figures,  statistics of births, and deaths, and natural
increase, Is 2,154,034.
Taking the census will cost a million dollars for enumeration and compilation.
Two   Years   for Bullion   Thief.
Tocoma. Oct. 25.���Thomas Buckley,
charged  with the theft of gold bullion from the steamer City of Seattle,
was sentenced to two years in prison
| by  the  federal  court  here  yesterday.
.11. W. Price, of Everett, charged with
{smuggling, was sentenced to one year
and one day in the Federal prison.
Victoria, Oct. 25.���Today the cruiser
Rainbow, lirst vessel of the Pacific division of Canada's navy, is due at
Acapulco, Mexico, where she will most
probably be met by H. M, S. Algerine,
which sailed soutli from Esquimalt on
| October 11, The Rainbow is due to
i leave Acapulco tomorow and will
; make a direct run to this port. Probably tbe first news of ber nearness to
the port will be conveyed by tbe west
coast wireless stations which will be
instructed to listen for the cruiser's
signal. The Dominion government
has now placed tlie wireless, or radiotelegraph service under the control
of the naval department, and the Rainbow has been equipped with a two-
kilowatt Marconi apparatus similar to
that installed at each of the British
Columbia coast stations.
Preparations are now under way for
a royal welcome to be extended to the
cruiser. At a meeting of the civic
committee held on Saturday afternoon it was announced that the provincial government will take part in
the demonstration. Tlie drill hall will
be secured for an entertainment and
buffet supper to the officers and men
of the Rainbow to be given immediately upon her arrival and to which
i the officers and men of the local
! forces will be invited. Later
banquet will be extended to
fleers
NOTICE     REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
Sealed tenders will be received by 	
the undo; signed up to noon, October All persons using Columbia street
:'.lst. for the erection of tramway sta- for vehicle traffic of any kind are return and office building at New West- quested to keep to the left hand side
minster. 0f the car track while proceeding ln
Specifications   can be   secured   at either direction,
offices of Maclure &  Fox, architects, By order,
Winch building, Vancouver. J. A. RENNIE.
The lowest or any tender not neces- Acting City Clerk.
sarily accepted. i    Citv Hall, August. 12. 1910.
W. IL HAZLITT,          i                                                         ���.
B. E. Electric Railway Co., Ltd. i ~ "	
NOTICE.
On and after October 1, 1010, we,
the undersigned, will sell coal for
cash only, either with the order or on
delivery.
GILLEY  BROS., LTD.
JOSEPH MAYERS,
BELYEA & CO.
New Westminster. Sept. 24.
Just Arrived
New Scotch and English Worsted,
Tweed and Serge Suiting for gentlemen, made to order. Workmanship
and fit guaranteed.
HEE CHUNG
13 Begbie Street.
AUCTION      SALE      OF      TIMBER
BERTH   COVERING   DOMINION
LANDS.
���THE    ROYAL   LINE.'
XMAS    SAILINGS.
From  Monti eai:
"Royal  E Iward"   	
"RoyUl  George"   	
From Halifax:
"Royal Edward"  	
"Royal   George"   	
"Royal  Edward"   	
And Fortnightly
.Nov.
.Nov.
10
19
 Dec. 7
 Dec.   14
 Dec.   28
thereafter.
Most Direct  Route to  Bristol, London
and  the  Continent.
SentJ0a Approval Al
To Responsible; Pkop .e   ^ _*6'tS
\V��ti*��    ���
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
The right to cut timber under 'i-
cense on iierth N'o. 535, comprising
the following lands tn the Province
of British Columbia, will be offered
at public auction at the upset price of
$2,57D.00, including cost of survey, at
-1 o'clock P. M., on Wednesday the
2St.h of December next, at the office
of the Dominion Timber Agent at
New Westminster:
Timber Berth N'o. 535, situated in
the Province of British Col .mbU,
a civic i comprising Section 28, Township 39,
the of-1 "West of Coast Meridian, containing
an area of. 040 acres more or leas, is
It "is expected that the Rainbow will | shown on plan ^survey, signed by
reach Esquimalt on November 6, one |
day ahead of schedule, as she has j
gained over a day on her trip so far. I
She will be greeted with a salute of!
seventeen guns from Work Point and
it is possible that the D. G. S. Quadra
and D. G. S. Kestrel will steam out to
welcome her. The cruiser is commanded by Captain Stewart, son-in-
law   of  Colonel   Peters,   formerly    in
T. P. Morrison J. II. Taylor
Phone 624.
LABOR AGENTS
Supply help of every kind. Prompt
attention   to   all   orders.     Contracts
negotiated.
8 Begbie St.      New Westminster, B.C.
"i_f*���.
command of the local military forces,
.
Tickets   and   Reservations   from    E.
hour    thereafter    until  Goulet, C. P. K.'a. ent. or write to Wm.
Stapleton,  General   Agent, 227    Main
1 street, Wlnnii eg.
etery   bait
! ;��� m.
( - _ w Westminster fer Van
(10 a.m., and ev��ry hall
.   ir tl ee ifter  until  11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
e   New   Westminster  al   7
: l every hour until ll p.m.
e  Vancouver at 7  a.m. and
ir until l" p.m.
On Sundays cars  leave  Westminster
,' 8 n.m, to 10 p.m.
n Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
i m to i'i p.m.
J.  Stewart,   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
ami
RED GEM iirjH
COMMAND OF Ml MEANS
VICTIM IN FUTURE WARS
Mr.  A.  Llghthall,  D.   L.  S.,  surveyed
in  May,  1910,  and of record In the j
Timber  and  Grazing  Branch  of  the
Department of the Interior,
A license will not be issued until
the full amount of the purchase
price, and the ground rental for the
first  year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate or
rental, etc., are contained in the Tim-
bee Regulations, a copv of which maybe secured on application to the undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agent at New We^.p. inster,
_, Q, KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottam, October 12th, 1910.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital Paid Up   $5,000,000
Reserves    $5,900,000
LAND  ACT.
I   CZ��c Ink Pencil
Your Ch
��*
���        -**.       at*-
_*
.-. ,*T*ii-
Great  Northern   Railway.
New     Westminster     S:17
arrives Seattle 3:05 p. m.
��� ���������������    New    Westminster   10:30
arrives  Seattle  :i:K>  p.m.
Now     Westminster     4:30
arrives Seattle 9:40 p. m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leavea  Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p. m.
:      ���    Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  arrives
��������� ������ v. i ''liina'er 6:25 p. to..
Leavea Seattle  4:xr��  p.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leavea Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  arrives
New Westminster C:30 a.m.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Purchase of North Half of Lot ;
;:, Block 13, Clarkson and Begbie
Streets, New Westminster. B, C," will
be received until 4.00 P. M.. on Tuesday November 15, 1910, for the pur-;
chase of the lot mentioned.
Each tender must  be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered i
ban',;, for the sum of   flve   hundred
($500.00), payable to the order of the',
Honourable   tlie   Minister   of   Public
Works, which will be forfeited if the;
tenderer decline to complete the pur-;
chase. '
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the highest or any tender.
By order.
R. C. DESftOCHERS,
Secretary.
Department   of   Public   Works, Ot-
itawa, October 12, 1910.
\m
Frederic Villiers Thinks English  People Take This Danger Too
Light'y.
D s-
The   Bank   has   Branches   in   |
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific,   in  Cuba
forto Rico, Bahamas, New "Soi*
and London,  England.
Correspondents ln all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
m
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mm
iy.atftk
itoJt.
li'JStr. w.r.s ft 3 Exact Siza
Every pen gn irantei tl
full 14 Kl, be lid Go d���cut
on light haiiil may l��e ha.l
in eiibe. uur blandard
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable T ran spa 1 -
,ent, as desired, either in
plain or engraved finish,
as preferred!
Yon m��.  try tl.ii r*n  * weV,
Lf yoadouotflndUMni r��*0DUd,
a batter *rtl< It than y>>u cm. ***���
cure  (or tHlSl Tints mil IPBClAl
Montreal, Oc*. .5.���"Build a fleet of
aeroplanes and dirigible balloons." is
the advice wliich Frederic Villiers, the
veteran war correspondent and artist,
offers to the Canadian government on
the subject of defence.
"I believe," lie said, when  talking
'ovei' various aspects of war, "that the
airship will prove to be the cheapest
means of defence for any country.   If
Canada had such a fleet, it would he j
perfectly  safe  from  invanslon.    The I
wars cf the   future, 1 am   confident,
will begin with a battle in the air. The j
, first step to be made will be to 'clear
the  air.'   This  must  be  done   before j
L. M. RICHARDSON*, Manager.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of   New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John   Ferdinand
iBaggs, of Nelson    Island,   occupation'
j farmer, intends to apply  for permis-
ision to purchase the    following    de-
' 'iC.lbed lands:
Commencing    at    a    post    planted
I about   one   mile northeast   from the!
.head  of Billings  bay,  and about    40
i chain* easterly from    the    southeast!
!corne- of timber lot    number    37341,
thence  north   4u  chains,  thence east j
:40 chains,  thence    south    40 chains.!
thence   west   40   chains  to  point     of' as ClOD8 by US gives   the   Ut-
commencement,  containing  100  acres j
more or less.
JOHN
\MMV WM
FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 20, 1910.
COAST   LAND   DISTRICT   RANGE   2.
j most satisfaction. Our equip-
I ment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
1Q     V
' otUr ir..   ���    if      tfl
?!.��-i ry in ���vary i^-fii
entirtlr   lltii
ipect rtturn tt ���*...; we will loi.-i
yotitUjforU.
CrrewiMt is our fame .11 ��M
Popular Xtn Qu Ink pQinri!. n
CObl'leU luak vit*-t trttttuph, may
l_s   r:.rtit"i   in    my   position   in
pockit fi ihopplns l**Mtt "rttei r*
any ��!>.!�� Bt ftftt.ottflL I'M:
num I ip rl net t*y*&, W Hatq
point. politbetTruloknbtd ntbfcM
ewe, tetr�� cott* linl��h, Releil
evurrwher*   for llSO."     Awntl
wanted   WrlU f<<r terms.   Write
now " lett jrou forgeV"    A-lJree*
* Laughlin Mfg. Co/"
Mijtttlo Bldg..
Detroit Ul��h
the armies can begin to move. The j T,lke ^-Q^e that I.
nation which remains master of the ��� nir,^ 0f Vancouver, B
air after such a battle, will have an |rea] 'estate dealer, intend to apply for
enormous advantage. In fact, 1 should i pei.n,jssjon to lease 500 acres of land
think that victory in the air would ; boundeJ as follows: Commencing at
mean certain victory ip the war. |a F0St pianted 200 vards above title
Mr. Villiers believes that the  Eng-1   >ater on the rlver entering the ht u
i lish people are taking the danger of Lf Dralney's inlet, thence north   100
air invasion too easily. chains  thence west 50 chains, thence
"They call the idea of German bai- 30Utj, '100    chains,    thence   east    50
] icons coming over and destroying the|cliajns t0 rost 0f commencement. Pur-
big cities absurd." said he, "but they \ pose for ^i^ [t js required, quarry-
r'.'SuSS! Clean,   Economic,  Prompt.
White labor only employed
G. N. R.���Port Guichon. !
Leavea New Westminster dally, ex-
:'   Sunday   from   bridge   pa*sen.er
''"', '���' 50  p. in.;   arrives at  Port
G��lchon 6:30 p. m.
aves   l-ort   Gulchon   soo   a.m.
except Sunday; arrives at New
jtmlMter bridge passenger station
' ' 20 a. in.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Sumas  0:00   a. m;   arrives
passenger station, New West-
It1: 20    a. in.    daily   execept
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IF YOU WANT A
NERVE TONIC
Try AS AY A NEURAL
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $l.SO
.
���   or
��� mdaj
'���'    ";   Now    Westminster
''  ' ;  station 3:50 p.m.;
v ���"" P.m. dally except
bridge
arrives
Sunday.
I Ry all's Drug Store \
* ** EYES  TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS. \
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Just Over the River, Close to PORT MANN and
NEW WESTMINSTER.
A Grand Chance of Making Money Quickly
as this property will shortly be in demand for Factory
Sites. 1 -4 Acre Blocks from $550 to $700. One-third
Cash, balance over two years. 	
British Canadian Securities,
DOMINION TRUST BUILDING
said he, "but
may bave a rude awakening some day.
It is quite practicable, and defence by
means of artillery is mere idiocy. The
balloons could come   over    in    hazy
weather and  they could see  London,
but London could not see them.   Suppose only   one   balloon   reached   the
city  and   started   dropping   high   ex-1
plosives on the Mansion House or the j
Tower of London, what a panic there
would  be!     Or  suppose   that  Berlin
sent over a message that the balloons
would   come   unless   Britain    capitu-,
lateil!    That  is quite pos.-ibe.      The!
balloons exist and experiments show
heir  adaptability,    It   is   merely   a
matter of time until the proper shell
has been  Invented, and then  It    will
be quite possible to get as certain re-1
suits as with cannon."
That the German pei 11 Is real and
not a mere "scare" the veteran of
many wars believes firmly, and he is
sorry that Great Britain did not take
advantage of the strained situation
over the annexation of Bosnia and
Herzegovina by Austria to try conclusions With her rival.
"It sounds cold ami inhuman to say
so but 1 believe that was our chance"
said he. "A war at that time would
have involved Russia as well as Britain, if only Turkey lias been allowed
to try conclusions witli Austria. Ser-
via and all the small Balkan states
would bine been against Austria, and
there would have been a general conflagration. To my mind our chance
wp.s then to bring on our tiial at arms
With Germany. It seems to me that
that is bound to come sooner or later."
ing
WILLIAM ROBERT DICK.
Dated September 26th. 1910.
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
DAILY       NEW
Eastertrook Milling Company.
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR
HUNGARIAN JEWEL ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL 15.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 14.60 per Bbl'
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED  MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 33S.
BHHBBMBMMBWMMBMBBBHHMMHMMMi I *
TO   SAVE   THE   BABIES.
New York, Oct. 2:*.���Beginning next
summer, pasteurized milk will be supplied to the public by the city government as one of th.e duties of the municipality. This decision was reached today at a meeting of the Budget
Committee of the Board of Estimate.
Pasteurization stations will be established throughout the city, and
physicians and nurses will be kept In
constant attendance to instruct the
mothers ln the proper care of their
children. Details of the plan are still
to be worked out.
I
L
FOR SALE
Beautiful Cleared Lot on Fourth Avenue, between Second and Third streets, cornering cn lane.
Fenced.   20 bearing fruit trees.
$1000, Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
6C9 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists] PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER
11-1!
If});..,
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It
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L*v
.'*
The "Old Hoys" are giving a dance, heated stove,
in St. George's hall tonight. age done.
There was littlo
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete line
at the right prices. Have
it put up and ready for
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
lias 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,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,   B   C.
Hew and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Oppo. ite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools,  Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
Na-Dru-Co
Tooth  Paste
ALSO
Talcum Powder
Rote, Borated. Violet and Flesh,
See Our Window.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Dispensing Chemists.
Deane Klnrk.    441 Columhla St.
New Westminster, B.C.
The Chilliwack board of trade is
advocating for a direct mail service
hetween Vancouver and Chilliwack
over the B. C. E. li.
A. B. White, accompanied by Mrs.
White, is spon ling a tew days in
Portland, on husiness for the firm of
While, Shiles & Co., and the Surrey
Nurseries.
Davies Green Houses Is the place to
pet bouquets, floral designs', end all
kinds of cut flowers.    Pho..e It 208 **
The marriage takes glace this evening at the home of -Mis. George Reid,
333 Seventh street, of Miss Olive
Roberts, of New Westminster, to A.
S. Thomas, of Nanaimo.
There will be a meeting of the city
council at flve o'clock this afternoon
to discuss the proposed amendments
to the .Municipal Clauses act. which
are being suggested by the Temperance and .Moral Reform league.
The coroner's jury which inquire:!
into the death of John Kynell, who
was killed -n a. sawmill at Barnet last
week, returned a verdict, of accidental
death, absolving the North Pacific
Lumber company, in whose mill the
accident occurred, from all blame.
Need a messenger ?   Phone llH. **
The funeral of little Wilhelmina
Evely Irvine, daughter of Lindsay Irvine, of Coquitlam. took place yesterday to the Odd PelldWs' Cemetery,
Rev. C. W. Brown officiating at the
burial services. The little girl was a
granddaughter of the hue Colonel
Scott.
W. J. Richardson-Smith and Miss
Lena Coulson were united in the
holy bonds of matrimony yesterday j
morning hy Rev. George A. Ray. J. j
V. Herring acted as best man and j
Miss Winnifred Coulson was brides-
maid. After a short honeymoon the I
couple will take up their residence in I
Sapperton.
Owing to the  fact that  the agre��-
tri ent between the    Western    Canada j
Power company and the municipality
of Coquitlam, wliich was voted on and '
carried by   the    ratepayers    recently, I
contained clauses which the company
maintain were not in the copy    sub-',
mitteH by them, a new vote   on   the
scheme will have to be taken.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at!
Tidy's store.   Plione 184. **
The publicity commissioner is compiling a list of the settlers who have
heen induced to make their homes in
the district through the publicity
work carried on by the board of
(rade and the city. So far he has se-
tured the names of about seventy
i en, many of whom lmve large families who c:ime out heie as a result of'
'he advertising the city is receiving.
I
Union services will be held on
Thanksgiving Day in St.. Paul's Reformed Episcopal church at 11 a.m..
Rev. C. Vv'. Brown, president of the
Ministerial association, preaching the
sermon. The collection vvill be in aid
-jf the children's home in Vancouver.
Mrs. George A. Hay vvill receive this
afternoon at St. Mary's vicarage. Afterwards she will receive everv fourth
Thursday.
One of the fastest football games
of the season is scheduled for this
afternoon at Queens park between the
united banks of the city and the
Bank of Montreal. The game will
start some time between four and flve
o'clock in the afternoon and an enormous attendance is expected. Tlie
Bank of Montreal won from united
hanks at baseball early in the summer and they are now going after the
football honors.
Quarter acres in the big green fleld
lust across the Fraser bridge. Kasy
terms. Reid, Curtis and Dorgan, 706
Columbia street. **
The provincial police officers yesterday moved their office fixtures from
their old office in the northeast corner of the court house to their new
quarters beneath tlie land registry
oftl i'. In the new piace theie is provision made for a Bmall court room
��� ml in the hallway aie a couple of
C( Ms. which will make it more convenient lor the police when having
more than one prisoner to ln brought
i:i at the court.
A flre alarm rune In from the box
near the Smell & Bucklin mill cause'd
the firemen a run about half past nine
o'clock lasl evening. The llie proved
to be a cabin at the soutli end of the
Lulu Island bridge. The chemical extinguishers were all that vvas necessary to extinguish the blaze. The
cabin was owned by W. Finch Page
and occupied by a man named Barnard.    The  lire caught   from  an  over-
Have you    secured    one    of    those
charming houses on    Eighth   avenue, j
close to the    car.    If    not,    see    the
I British' Canadian   Securities.   Ltd.,  at
I once, as the terms are so  very easy |
they will soon be all sold. **
About thirty men registered at the
city hall yesterday to have their!
names placed on tlie householders'
voters' list. A like number registered
the day before and the city clerk Is
having a hard job doing his regular
work on account of people anxious to
exercise the franchise. A majority of
those registering are working men
who have been roundel up by the
labor party.
According to a letter received here
yesterday  by a  friend    from    S.    C.
Dyke,   the   British   Columbia    Rhodes
scholar al  Oxford,    11.  M.  Stramberg
may  not   return   to  New  Westminster
until after Christmas.    The letter containing the Information is dated  November 9, ancl  it  was  the day  befoie
that that Mr. Dyke encountered    Mr.
I Stramberg iu London. The high school
principal was attending to some business in London and did not know ex-
I actly when he would leave for home.
Attractive Evening
Gowns and Dresses
The party season with its large number of evening social events Is now opening and new d ,
he required.   Did you ever stop to think about the possibility of securing an  attractive even!
all ready for use without the worry of buying material nnd having it   made  up?    Our .'
strates the advance that has been made in tailoring.   Here are dresses suitahle for the i . _
occasion,    Ask to see them.
v.4
Muslin Evening Gowns, in white
sky, pink and mauve muslins;
material is a flne mull, made In
neal one piece si.vies with
dainty trimmings of nel and insertion, long nnd short sleeves.
Each $9-75
White and Ecru Net Waists,
$3.75 to $7.75. Waists with
style features of their own,
marking them as worthy of
more than passing consideration if you are In need of an
evening blouse. They are shown
in ei ru ami white nets ma le up
Into waists with lorn; or short
sleeves, high or low ne iks,
some with peasant shoulders,
lined throughout with silk: all
sizes. Each $3.75. $4.50, $5.50
and $7.75
Ivory Net Evening Gown, made
with tucked panels and Insertions of heavy Guipure, wide
band of insertion over tlie
shoulders, Bquare Dutch nei ...
elb iw sleeves, tunic o\ ei skirl
over  silk  slip.     Each   . . . .$37.50
Sky "Ninon Chiffon" Gown with
waist made peasant srtyle, low
cut nock and trimmed around
yoke with Ivory silk lace In
Vandyke effect, aud hands of
satin Vervellieux; hobble skirt
trimmed with hands of satin
and pipings.    Each   $25.00
White Silk Evening G   .���. .3 w,,.
high neck, attracth ���
wilh    while   SOUta   : ������ III Aa.
Blgn, and bands of hi
ure    insert inn;    ovei
points fronl ami ba
Sale at    5,23,33
Ecru     Al'over     Lnce     Dresses
made   with   low   cul
saie t    Bleei ���   .    i
hands of wide lni ertioi
ed   wiih   rose   relvi
skirt  in    tunic    eflV, t   I
vv iih    bOW    Of rib! on
Each V5.00
Ketchel's Estate Worth $18,000.
Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 25.���In
probate court today, Mrs. Julia
Ketchel, mother of Stanley Ketchel.
champion middleweight pugilist, who
was killed in Missouri, filed application for the appointment of James A.
Lombard, of this city, as special administrator of her son's estate. According to the petition, the estate is
valued at $18,000, of which $S(iiiO is
in real estate and $10,000 in personal
property. Ketchel is said to have
learned about $100,000 in the ring.
The Public
Supply Stores
Look Over
our groceries ancl 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 gobd judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It Is sure to he
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have heen 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.
Special Thanksgiving
Display of Table Linens
A display demonstrating our ability to supply nny demand made
upon us by housekeepers, hotels, boarding bouses, etc. Visit the
house furnishing section this  week.
WE DIRECT ATTENTION TO THE  MATCHED  LINENS.
When buying our better grades of table Damasks to sell from
$1,011 to $J.a(i per yard we were particular to secure napkins io mate!)
eacli piece. Many new designs an; noticeable, including polka dots,
lore, carnation, fleur de lis, maple leaf, chrysanthemum, etc,
MATCHED TABLE SETS.
Another special feature of the linen section is th.e splendid showing
of hemmed and hemstitched table cloths and napkins to match.    Per
set $5.00 to $17.50
Hemmed Linen Table Covers
$1.00   Each.     Regular  Price  $1.25.
A special Thanksgiving opportunity, an   offering  thai   will  appeal  to
hotels, restaurants, boarding bouse and  housekeepers.    Cloths arc  67
inches wide and 67 io M inches long; assorted patterns, white, strong,
durable  and   hemmed   ready  for use;  also a small number of un1 ���   a
med cloths in the same sizes.    On sale this week, each    $1.00
Tea Cloths, Runners
Tray Cloths, Etc.
50c Each
Clearing odd   pieci      ip ;u
sr.c.    In  this spe i, 1 lot arc
tea   cloths   up  to  30 Inchei
Bquare.   Runners up to it by
63, tray cloths, 20 I ���  : 0, and
many     other odd
plain Damask, finished linen
and fancy hemstltche I
(In  sale  to clear, i a   ,   . ,50:
Hemmed Table
Napkins,
$1.50 Per Dozen
Regular Value $2.00.
Pure whi'e linen ;    le nap
kins, hemmed read
Bizes about 20 bj  1
The  lot  consis'.   ol
ber of odd  liner
III      J.'.ihi      to
do/.on    $1.50
NEW   FALL   "BUTTERICK   FASHIONS"   AND   DELINEATORS   NOW ON SALE.    A SK TO SEE THEM.
Trimmed Hats, $4.75 to $10*00
A special  display of new hats   for  the   Thanksgiving   sale���made  up a!  popular prices.    Shapes     -
plush, satin and felt, trimmed with ribbons, feathers and ornaments.   Sped I this week , .$4.75 to $10.00
Children's Touques in all the usual popular slvles. many new  colors mr!  Bhapes are here.
Patent  Leather   Hats  in  all the new shapes for women, misses and  children.
S000   WAGON   DRIVERS
ON STRIKE  IN LISBON
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Lisbon.    Oct.    26.���Eight    thousand
s.io.vnp    uo;;.:.w    sso.idxa    pun  ii|a;.).i,i
went ou Stiike    today.    Soldiers    and'
Ihenen    are    being    utilized    in    the;
transportation of necessities of life.
The oul break of the labor trouble in
the capital is considered especially un-1
fortunate  at  a   time   When    an   effect
vvas being made    to    harmonize    all ;
classes In  support of the provisional
governmenl and the new republic.
A commission was formed today toi
establish   courts   of   honor   wliich   are!
designed  to  replace the  practices of
duelling.
| Roj'al City Chemical
| Cleaners and Dyers
] Look Over Your Wardrobe.
< Ve  can   help  you   work   won-
! dors  witli  clothes  vou  are    In-
| clined to throw aw.'iy.v Take no
I Chances   with   articles   of   value.
G. F. BALDWIN, Proprietor.
Phone R 278.     345 Columbia St.
Wagon will call for and deliver
goods.
SS. TRANSFER
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Commencing September  15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brnckman'
Ker  wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at  2 p.m., for
Ladner,  Western Island and Way Ports
. r   Returning to  New  Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning win leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. am! Ladner
7:.10 n.m.    Additional  trip  Monday morning, leaving    New  Wis'::
ster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject  to change without notice.   Tor freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERipARDINE, Manager
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Some Special Snaps j SL0VM��E
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. StreetB on three sides
of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from first to Second street. This property
Ib especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
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TI1EO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
House wiring a specialty. All orders
given prompt attention, and night
calls answered.
Phones 761  and  531.
Office:    -   -   -     436 Columbia Street.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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