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 8EE
WHITE, SHILES * CO.
for improved farm lands In Fraser
Valley,    Coquitlam    and    Burnaby.
628   and   746  Columbia   Street,
New Westminster.
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city. N��sr���B. C Electric cut-off
runs through this property; streets
opened up. Prices from 9400 up;
very easy payments.
WHITE, SHILES A CO.
VOLUME 6,  NUMb^K US.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY   MORNING,   SEPTEMBEIt   28,  1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
BOY SCOUTS PARADE
Colonel Hall of Victoria Is
Inspector.
HIGH   STANDARD  PLEASES
Mounted   Patrol   Is   Greatly
and   Whole   Corps   Highly
mended  by  Colonel.
Praised
Corn-
Colonel Hall, of Victoria, commissioner of Boy Scouts for the province, with Rev. T. R. Heneage, provincial secretary, paid a visit to this
city yesterday evening and made a
minute inspection of the patrols of
the Royal City, In the spacious amor-
les.
Scoutmasters R. P. Day and f-�� M.
Chapman, who have been mainly responsible for tbe formation of the
corps In Westminster, had the youths
mustered in full regimentals and,
with the mounted patrol, the soldlesr
of the future made a pretty and brav
sight when the Colonel arrived on
the scene. After having been put
through their facings the infantry
stood "easy" while the Inspectors
witnessed the manoeuvres by the
the horsemen. Without any intension to differentiate between the two
j classes of soldiers lt must be said
ithat the mounted    squad    performed
their evolutions in a manner which
s worthy of the highest praise   Thc
hargers were held  under tubjefHon
the little fellows who    j,n*    their
founts as to the manner born
t At the conclusion of the exercises,
Blonel Hall with the provincial sec-
rary  Inspected  the  uniform  of the
(tuts suggesting a  slight alteration
re,  a small  difference  there     and
lerwlse  showing  that  he  held  tho
ndard of  perfection    for    the dopes of Baden-Powell at high mark,
the conclusion of the lnspeptlon,
colonel,   standing   in   the  centre
he horses with the hoys, congre
around him, told of the pleas-
gave him to bo present at that
��nd    to    Inspect    for the  first
mounted   patrol.    The    exer-
|splayed by all had more than
him and even  had    he    de-
would  have been Impossible
away  any   report   but    the
|rom  this city.    He appreci-
fact   that  the  Westminster
only been recently formed
was difficult to imagine that
alter  what  he  had    witnessed,
'responsible for the drilling of
jK/s bad to ba congratulated on
^^^     labor  of  love,  which,  although
HBSpFrtook up. a deal ot the time of   the
!���*    scoutmasters,   was  one    which    they
could  not  regret after  the exercises
which  the  scouts had  gone througn.
The colonel  remlnde.l  the boys of
their duties to  one another and    to
the groat cause which they had taken
the oath  to serve.
When the speaker bad concluded.
Scoutmaster Day called for three
cheers for the colonel, and the
rafters rang with wild shrieks, the
peculiar "war hoops" of the different
patrols being a thing to remember.
HOSPIFAL BAIL IS
ONE HUGE SUCCESS
Much  Benefit Will, Accrue to Charitable  Institution, Though  Figures  Not  Yet  Ready.
One long, big success. Such was
the verdict on all hands by those
who spent many happy hours at St.
Patrick's hall yesterday evening
when the charity ball organized by
the Women's Auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian waa held.
The dancing room was tastefully
decorated with flowers, banners and
flags while the stage from which
the sweet strains of the music came
was one bank of flowers and evergreens.
Apart from tbe fact that the dance
was for such a laudable oh.Vt as
the hospital, the function signalizes
the opening of the fall season, a
time when the fair women and brave
men of thc city get their dancing
pumps for the tripping of the light
fantastic toe.
Had those wbo thought out the Inception of the function ever fancied
the ball being a failure from any
standpoint, that thought must have
taken wings and flown far away Immediately the orchestra struck up
for the Initial waltz.
Over two hundred dancers were
present and during the intervals, It
was very plain tbat a master mind
must have been at work hunting out
the cosy corners where from time to
lime the partners sat and sipped
cooling drinks and nibbled ices. For
the mere man, card rooms were naturally arranged in three of the comfortable rooms in the basement and
behind the stage. The arrangements
were perfect and reflected the greatest credit on the committee which
had the matter in hand. The patronesses who willingly supplied the
countless good things for the re
freshment of the inner man and woman seemed to have vied with each
other In the endeavor to make for
complete satisfaction in the commis-
sarlate department. And they all
succeeded.
ITALY HAS SENT AN ULTIMATUM
TO TURKEY WHICH EXPIRES I0DAY
Italian Forces Will Occupy Tripoli If Satisfactory Reply Is
Not Forthcoming-Fleet Is Opposite Tripoli-Turkey
Decides On Energetic Action.
to   Intercept    any
Tripoli, 8ept. 27.���War is believed parently waiting
to be only a few houra away. Turkish force.
The first- Italian squadron, of four       Rome   despatches  say    that    6000
Dreadnoughts,    three    cruisers    and tioops are ready for embarkation   at
several torpedo boats, Is now anehor- Palmero.
ed In line off here. I W""1 R��tes Advance.
Ths second  Italian aquadron  Is at      London, Sept. 27.���Despite the op-
Lorrento  awaiting  orders  to  convov tlmlsm which Is felt on the continent     	
transports    No   Italian   forces   have In   regard   to   the  Tripoli   situation, i problems which  the  English
yet been landed.   The Turkish troops tho anti-war policies of Lloyd s, the  ing nations of the world would
NAVAL POLICY Of
BRITAIN SLATED
Lord  Charles    Beresford    Condemns
Abandonment of Esquimalt   aa
Naval Baae.
UNSATISfACTORr
Result of Waterworks Trip
Not Divulged.
fear an attack at any moment,
All the Italian railroads leading to
ports are crowded with military
trains loaded with war supplies.
Troops are awaiting embarkation.
big insurance concern of Great
Britain, advanced sharply here today.
The policies are now selling at 40
per cent, as a result of the ultimatum
delivered to Turkey by Italy, to the
effect that lf the Ottoman empire
does not cede her Tripoli ln the Interval, she will take forceful posses-
Victoria, Sept. 27.���Speaking before the Canadian club today tn this
city Lord Charles Beresford strongly
condemned the policy of the British
naval administration ln having abandoned Esquimau as a naval base. His
Lordship aTso criticized the "Declaration of the Ctty of London." He
further went on to aay tbat the opening of tho Panama canal would involve some of the greatest problems
that could possibly    be   conceived���
apeak-
flnd
London. Sept. 27���A news despatch
from Paris today says that Italy has ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
sent an ultimatum to Turkey, saying  sion of the coveted trade centre to
that the latter must    agree   to   an  morrow.
Italian occupation of Tripoli and that ; Italy's Real  Reason,
unless a reply is received by tomor- I    London, Sept.  27.���That    a strong
row   Italy  will  immediately  proceed  connection exists between the cholera
COUNTY COURT CASES
One May Involve Near Perjury Charge.
THE  SWEET CAU8E
OF  CHAR
"IN
U-'^^-^-  ^^^^
As has been previously announced
the Local Council of Women will
take charge o' the tea and rest roomr,
for the benefit of the Hoyal Colum
Iblan hospital ot the exhibition which
[opens It'B pates next week. Sine.1
the cause is so good and the need is
fso great it is to bo hoped that al1
encouragement will be given to the
workers at the tea rooms and that
any one who feels so disposed or
who after reading this announcement, feels thnt he or she sho:ild
give some material support ti the
cause, will come forward with tneir
gifts ln kind or In sterling.
Eatables of all kinds, cakos, fiuU.i,
jellies, pies, Jams, and hams will >ie
glally and gratefully accepted by tne
council, and these may be left at any
time at the residence of Mrs. Uro.id
322 First street, w io wlll see that
they arrive at the right destina.lrn.
While the whole project ls directly
ln the -".harge of the Women's Council each separate day there wlll be :t
different organization ln charge. On
the opening day, Tuesday. \** Bap
tlst Ladies' Aid will officiate. Wednesday wlll see th'* Daughtr -s of
Rebecca and the Educational club at
the helm. Thursday the Ladles' Aid
of the Queens Avenue Methodist
church and the W. C. T. U. wlll be
at the head of affairs. Friday lt will
be the turn of the Women's Auxiliary
ot the Royal Columbian hospital and
Saturday the Royal Templars and
-the VT omen's Council wlll wind up
and put up the shutters.
Help of all kinds will be urgently
needed both ln gifts ani ln actual
service and all wbo can give lt. will
have the grateful thanks of the committee, i
Germany Agreeable.
Paris, Sept. 27���The German minister of foreign affairs, Herr von
Kiderlln-Waechter, received the
French ambassador to Germany, M.
Cambon, at the foreign office in
Berlin at noon today, and informed
him that Germany accepted the
latest French proposals concerning
Morocco.
Salamanca, N. Y.. Sept. 27.���C. P.
Rodvers, the coast-to-coast aviator,
will snend several days here in Idleness, it being necessary practically
to rebuild his aeroplane, wrecked by
���a barbed wire fence on Sunday.
DEFENDANT  IS   ARRESTED
Civil Cases the Only Other Order of
the Day���No Very Serious
Matters Involved.
To lose a case in court is something which occurs every day to
some individual, but to lose a case in
court and then to be arrested and
locked up In Jail over thc head of it.
Is something which happens but rarely. This, however, was the overwhelming blow which was dealt to
Tony Maxymemkl yesterday afternoon in the county court. Tony, for
some reason best known to himself,
had failed to pay his landlord, Dala-
wrack by name, the required allowance for his board. To this Dala-
wrack registered the necessary objections and the case was heard before Judge lloway yesterday afternoon.
ln order that he might avoid a
decision against blm, it appeared
from the evidence that Maxymemki
had attempted to secure a material
witness on his behalf via the palm-
greasing plan. On this attempted
bribery being discovered by the
crown, Maxymemki was arrested on
a charge which may develop into one
of subornation of perjury. He wlll
come up again today to answer to
the offence which he is allege.! to
have committed to free himself in
the flrst suit.
The only other civil case which
came before the court yesterday was
that of Atkinson vs. Fukada and
Ikeda. Decision was given for tho
full amount of the suit against Fukada. but the other defendant proved
to have no material connection with
the case, and he was freed from the
suit and its costs.
GOVERNOR'S   DEPARTURE.
Will Leave on 12th Instead of 6th���
Banquet Last Night.
Ottawa, Sept. 27.���The governor
general, Earl Grey, has postponed
his departure from the (ith to the
12th Inst., owing to the Inability of
the old cabinet to straighten out It's
affairs in time. The personnel of
the new cabinet cannot be made up
until the resignation of the old eab-
inet has been accepted.  .
A farewell banquet was given tonight in honor of the departing gover-
conditions in Italy and the apparent
desire of the Italian government to
prosecute a war of territorial aggrandizement ln Tripoli is the firm belief
of. diplomats and others who are
in a position to keep abreast of affairs In Italy and the Levant.
The cholera situation in Italy is
far more serious than the government is willing to admit, so serious
in fact that the populace are in a
violent state at the present time
would afford a vent for the congested
conditions on the peninsula that are
so dangerous in a time of plague and
would  divert the  attention    of    the
  world from the plahue situation, so
peal to the government to assist us demoralizing to btuiness. which the
and to come to our help, as the Italian government ls endeavoring to
Italian steamers refuse to receive cental,
any but persons of tbeir own nation- f pa,ts of Tripoli are habitable and
ality." desirable to Europeans,    and    would
Warning to  Italians. be ol   Inestimable  value    to    Italy's
Constantinople,    Sept.    27. ��� Tbe  fast growing population.
Turkish cabinet in council yesterday |    Cholera is raging in thii
with the threatened occupation
Europeans  Uneasy.
Tripoli, Sept. 27.���The uneasiness
of the European residents increases
through apprehensions of native de
monstrations. ,
A French steamer sailing yester- I
day aboard many Europeans for
Tunis, but was compelled to refuse
others who sought passage because
ot the lack of accommodations for
them.
The Anglo-Maltese colony in Tr'-
poll today sent an appeal to their
compatriots, saying:
"We implore our brethren  to    np-
decided that i'' the event of a rupture of the i-e'->tions between Italy
and Turkey, tu. Italians should be
leprlved of all the benefit of the
capitulation. The capitulations are
Turkish  state    papers    guaranteeing
! Cholera Is raging in 32 of the 69
provinces of Leghorn, ln Tuscany
and of Liguria, in Northern Italy.
From various private sources, inei ml-
letters to London from persons sojourning  along    the    Mediterranean
to foreigners residing in Turkey and information is at hand that 1000
Its dependencies extra territorial cat.* s ot plaga* are being reported
rights and immunity such as trial by every week, 30 per eent. being fatal,
comtutsr courts lu cases where > The advices here are bome out by
Turkish   subjects   sr��   onc-rusd. ithe       nsaicst       Joorssl.       KUnlscfee
Warships Nssr Tripoli. ^Zeltunr, of Vienna,    which    declares
the greatest difficulty in solving.
Lord Charles Beresford Is accompanied In Victoria by the Duke of
Sutherland and by Lord Desborough.
May   Move  Terminus.
It waa reported in Eburne this
week that the British Columbia Electric railway company was planning
to move the Vancouver terminus of
the North Arm and Lulu Island tram
lines from the northern end of the
old Granville street bridge, to tbe
corner of Fourth avenue and Fir
street, to give passengers the benefit of a much larger selection of city
cars to and from the Interurban line
than ls the case at present.
The company haa already announced that a station is being proposed for the Lulu Island line, where
lt crosses the Fourth avenue city
line, but whether this will' be ln the
nature of a terminal or simply a
waiting shed has not yet been made
clear. No statement regarding thc
Eburne rumor could be obtained
from the British Columbia Electric
Railway company yesterday.
In view of the fact that the company proposes to spend a large sum
ln rebuilding the Kltsllano bridge It
has been suggested tbat it could
have no serious Intention of cutting
off the Lulu Island arid North" Arm
traffic at that .point bv having the
cars start and stop at Fourth avenue.
AWARDS) DAMAGES
Jury Gives Peter Collins Nine
�����   Tfceutand DoWava.
QUESTION SOLVED TO-NIGHT
Malta, Sept. S7-���A private de
spatch from Tripoli today says tho
Italian warships with an expeditionary force are lying twenty miles otf
Tripoli and that there is a panic
among the Italian residents there, as
it is feared that the landing of
troops would be a signal for a massacre of Europeans.
Troops  Held  Ready.
Vienna, Sept. 27.���Reports here today from Tripoli are that thre-;
Italian warships have arrive:l ofl
that province and  are cruising,    ap-
that 7076 cases were reported during |
the  firbt  ten weeks of the epidemic,
and add that there are at least 50 unmistakable cases in Rome.
1*.e government's rigid censorship
of all press despatches ani of practically all other means of dessemin-
ating reports of the cholera situation
is keeping the world partially In
ignorance of tht true state of affairs.
The  International  peace    congress
and  the Inter-parliamentary congress
j are now    not    expected    to be beld
about October 1 as at first Intended.
GIVES ADDRESSES
ON THE DOMINION
Mlss
Peopls  of  Old    Country   Hear
Catherine   Welland   Merritt,  Secretary of Daughters of tir.^l's.
TO RETAIN FARMERS
WILL ALTER TENURE
Land  in Scotland  Is  Depopulated by
Farmers    Emigrating    to
Canada.
EYESIGHT   IS   DESTROYED
Injuries   Received   In   Accidental
plosion  at   Britannia   Mines-
Hand  Also  Cripple.
Ex-
Vancouver, Sept. 27.���Peter Collins, a miner formerly employed by
the Britannia Mining and Smelting
company, of British Columbia, was
awarded $9000 damages in the supreme court today, as compensation
for the loss of his eyesight and the
crippling of his right hand by an accidental explosion of dynamite while
working in one of the company's
mines. The case was tried before
Mr. Justice Morrison an.l a special
Jury.
The suit was originally brought
for f20,000, and the mining company
was  made defendant
Alderman  Bryson  Boils All  Water���
Complaints Received���Engineer
Is Troubled.
That tbere are grave doubts aa to
tbe purity of tbo city water aa at
present supplied ln New Westminster
Is amply evidenced by tho fact that
questions have been raised In the
city council concerning IL that the
whole of the available members of
that council spent yesterday in the
vicinity of Coquitlam dam where the
Intake ls located. To add to thla
complaints have been received in the
engineer's department from numerous citizens and the report of the en>-
gineer himself, road by Alderman
Bryson at Monday's council meeting
was most disturbing. Furthermore a
sample of the water haa been sent to
Vancouver for analysis.
The whole matter may be satisfactorily explained tonight at the
emergency meeting of tbe council, or
lf not then, at such time as a satisfactory result of the analysis ha*
been received from Vancouver.
Following tbe report of the city engineer to the waterworks committee
of last week and the visit of Chairman Bryson to Coquitlam dam it
was agreed that tbe city council as
a body should make a trip of inspection to the source of the water supply.
The  trip was  made yesterday  by
Acting Mayor J. J. Johnston, Chairman J. S. Bryson of the waterworks
committee,    and     Aldermen     Gray,
Campbell and Dodd, accompanied by
City Engineer    J.  W.  p. Blackman,
City   Water  Superintendent  Woolton
and   Engineer Connolly  representing
the  B. C. E. R.    The party left the
city early  in  the  forenoon,  making
the trip by auto and carriage to the
dam, where a launch was waiting to
conduct them round the lake to the
tunnel.    A  thorough  inspection  waa
made  of everything to which  might
be attributed the cause of the unsatisfactory condition of the water.    It
was noted that, a couple of hundred
men     were    engaged    in    extensive
operations on both sides, of the lake,
donkey engines being   employed    in
the work.   There ta a great deal of
activity    there   at present in    clearing the land which will subsequently
be covered by   the   raising   of    the
water level, and an army of men ls
nestled   round  the    shores    ot    the
lake.    Investigations into   the    sanitary arrangements of the camps were
made,  and  these  arrangements   will
probably form a topic for discussion
at  the  special  meeting of the  city
council  to be  held  today.    In    the
opinion  of one member of the city
council, however, the sanitary or unsanitary  condition  of. the camps  Ib
In no way responsible for the murky
appearance of the water.
As yet the members of the council
will divulge no information as to
what might be the trouble with the
water supply. The whole matter will
be thrashed out at today's meeting,
and some definite action decided upon to remedy matters. A sample of
the water has already been sent to
an analyst in Vancouver for a report
thereon.
The city engineer's report to the
waterworks committee which waB
read by Alderman Bryson to tbe
council on Monday night, contained
the engineer's opinion on the water
condition.    He had little doubt  that
Victoria, Sept. 27.���J. W. Gulland,
Scottish Liberal whip, who is on a
visit to Victoria, said, in speaking of
the coming session of parliament that
the autumn session would deal with
the   industrial   insurance   bill.   This ^	
bill was one of the greatest attempts j invlted b y, Con8ervatlve AB80cla.
to deal with the evils of society to- tlon of stokeon-Trent to address
day in a great industrial country ttat'thelr memhers on Canada. The meet.
that had ever been attempted.    Theilng wag hel(1    t Trentham Hal,   the
London, Sept. 27.���In the provinces
the Canadian feature of the week was
the address of Miss Catherine Welland Merritt, the secretary of the
Daughters  of the   Empire,  who   was
i amiflcations into which Its operations would extend were at the present   time   scarcely   appreciated   but
Duke  of   Sutherland's    Staffordshire
seat.
Miss Merrltt spoke of the early his-
nor. Sir Wilfrid Laurier replied to I ber, ho did not wish to see the rural
the toast of Earl Grey and paid him areas depopulated of the best and
a hearty tribute. 'most Industrious of her sous.   It waa
S��^��^tS^JSt "*** Cana^anH^id-tiiailhe^
the House resumed its sessions In
October they expected to deal with
the bill effectually, and to pass it
through the House. Some amendments will be doubtless admitted,
but the broad principle would re
main.
i The Scottish land bill, which had
been the cause of much trouble with
the House of Lords, had progressed
.better during this session and they
hoped to take up the report stage as
soon as the House reassembled.
This bill was ot Importance to Canada, as lt was an attempt to deal
with the depopulation of the rural
countries of Scotland by removing
some of the objectionable features of
the existing land tenure systems and
thereby to endeavor to stem the flow
to Canada of men of agricultural
training who saw no future before
them in the home land.
While this drain was Scotland's
loss lt was Canada's gain, yet from
the standpoint of the Scottish mem-
riemlcr-elect R. L. Borden ln his
first public speech sine,-? the election
paid a hearty and cordial compliment
to Sir Wilfrid Laurier on, the energy
and "flght" he had displayed in the I
recenP struggle. '
a singular commentary on the bill
that while the opposition strongly or*
posed the measure till the publication of the census returns, their ob-
(Contlnuod on Page Five.)
minion, after having such splendid
(governors-generals as Lord Duffer-
ln, Lord Lansdowne and Earl Grey,
deeply appreciated the fact that the
Duke of Connaught directly repre
senting tbe royal house, would occupy that high position.
Canadians, she said, wanted to
have a preference so that there
should be mutual exchange between
Canada and Britain. Tbe Dominion
had offered preference to Britain, but
the offer had not yet been accepted.
She began to hope and think that
another spirit was being born In
England, and that the people of the
United Kingdom would save for
themselves the glorious heritage
which waa their birthright. Speaking
of her work as secretary of the
Daughters.of the Empire, she outlined the alms and aspirations of tho
society, and urged that the move
ment should be spread in the United
Kingdom.
It 4s Interesting to note that Trentham Hall and Its extensive grounds
were offered aa a free gift to the
town of Btoke-on-Trent by the Duke
of Sutherland. He proposed that a
technical school should be established there: but the council decided-
many think unwisely���that the expense of maintaining so largo an establishment was more than the town
could support.
The plaintiff was seriously injured ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ln an explain that occurred in one the operations going on at the lake
of the defendant company's mines at  had  caused  the discoloration  of the
Britannia Beach In October, 1910, as
a result of which he was injured as
recorded  above.
According to the statement of the
plaintiff he went to work In a tunnel at about 1500 feet from the
entrance. While drilling he accidentally struck an uifc>xpIo:1ed eha. ge
of dynamite and th? explosion fol
lowing was responsible for the Injuries sustained. He allege! the defendant company was guilty of negligent inspection of "missed V< cs" in
the tunnel, claiming that had the
proper system of lnspe:fiTi been carried out the accident wou'd n>t have
occurred.
The defendant compu.iy on Its tide
accused the plaintiff of contrlbutary
negligence or in the alternative
stated that the accident waa caused
by the unauthorized negligence of
one of the plaintiff's fellow servants.
This action first came up for hearing last June, but owing to the absence of an important witness for
the plaintiff, the case was adjourned
till today. Mr. S. S. Taylor, K. C,
appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. E.
P. Davis, K. C, for the defendant
company.
New Factory for Coast.
Vancouver, 8ept. 27.���Lever Bros.,
the noted English soap manufacturers, have acquired a parcel of
twelve acres of land on Burrard Inlet
at a figure approximating $100,000,
and they will shortly erect a million
dollar plant there. The Iand . in
question Is block 34, district lot 187,
which is located on the south shore
of Burrard Inlet about half a mile
east of the Second. Narrows bridge.
This company already owns and
operates several factories throughout
Canada. The works will give emrdoy-
ment to upwards of one hundred
men.
water. Whether this will be the
opinion of the city council will ba
made known at the special meeting:
to be held today.
In the meantime It may be noted'
that Alderman J. S. Bryson has
stated that he personally takes tbe-
precaution to boll all city water before using lt.
To Find Seat for Graham.
Quebec. Sert. 27.���Jn the event of
Ex-Premier Laurier deciding to represent Soulangea county the prominent Liberals will endeavor to arrange tbat the Hon. George Graham
shall atand for Quebec East, the constituency which will be vacated by
Sir Wilfrid. T. A. Low, the Liberal
memberelect from South Renfrew. Ib:
ready to give np his seat to Graham,,
wbo Is considered Sir Wilfrid'
Lauiier's successor as leader of tbe
opposition, when the latter retires
trom the leadership.
The following want ad'   appeared for the flrat   time   in
Tuesday
Newa:
morning's      Dally   ������
��� ���
# NEWS  WANT AD8  PAY       ���
*****************>
Wanted���Dressmaking,
C. D. Yeager, 37
street. Phone LS38.
faction guaranteed.
Mrs.
Agnea
Satis-
Within twenty-four hours
the lady had all the work she
could do.
Moral: Advertise your
wants ln the Dally News"IT
yon want results.
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���JT'atreets.     Chapman   &
WANTED ��� LABORERS. APPLY
James Hudson, rear of Morey &
Co.'a store,   Columbia  street.
WANTRD ��� WOMEN PRESSERS.
Royal City Cleaners and Dyers, 345
Columbia street.
rJZrat~"r5tXrm." finder re
^������to hit Tilth avenue and re
eelve reward.
MUSIC.
MRS. S. C. FISHER, TEACHER OF
piano, singing and harmony. Class
reopens September 21. 6Q3 Third
avenue.
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1        FOR PITT MEADOWS
stellar: TRIO
THUR8DAY,  SEPTEMBER  28, 1011.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FI8H   AND  GAMS.
Land Will Be Turned Into Fruit and
Market Gardens���783 Acres of
Best Land Purchased.
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WANTKD ��� EXPERIENCED LADY
desires position as linotype operator.     Address Box 6, Dally   News.
WANTED ��� BUSINESS GENTLE-
man wants room and board in private family, lunch o ut; location no
objecL   P. O. Box 526.
Varden No. 19, Sons of Norway,
meet ln Eagles hall the flrst and
third Wednesdays ot each month at
8 p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.
A. KROGSETH,
President.
J. J. AUNE,
Financial Secretary.
WANTKD���TABLE BOARD BY A
geaUeaaan ot refinement, south of
Qoeesu avenue; prtvate family preferred.   Apply W., Newa office.
WANTKD���DRESSMAKING, MRS. C.
D. Teaser, 37 Agnes street. Phone
L. 838.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
WANTKD���COMFORTABLE HOME
and reasonable wage given for assistant with housework and care of
infaaL   Telephone R 285.
WANTKD ��� COMPETENT PERSON
to help with housework and care
of InfaaL   Mrs. Phipps.   Telephone
LEARN       My m���thod of teaching the
yft      waltz   is   essential    for   ac-
lU      curacy,   ease   and   grace,   in
DANCE   a11 the fancy dances.
""       Beginners    class    at    318
Royal  avenue,  Monday evening, October    9th, at  8 o'clock.    Advanced
; class and   Invitation   dance   in    St.
| Patrick's hall,   Friday,  October   7th,
continuing every    Friday.    Class    at
7:30, dancing 9 to 2.
C. W. Openshaw's orchestra, piano,
violin, cornet and trap drum. Private
lessons by appointment.
J. R. BARNETT,
Phone L575. 318 Royal Avenue.
WANTKD���GIRL    FOR     GENERAL
Apply 217 Royal avenue.
WANTKD ��� GENERAL   SERVANT.
Apply 712 Twelfth street.
WANTKD���LOTS AND ACREAGE
to clear, landscape gardening. Applj J. S. McKinley, Edmonds.
WANTKD���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
house work; family of five; no ehll
diea.   Apply 1112 Fifth avenue.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM
ptayment office, N'o. 8 Begbie
stieet, supplies men for all large
In this vicinity.   Phone 624.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���TICKET TO TORON-
to, first claas; price $30. Address
Box T, this office.
Carpenters, Attention!
All members of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners' Local
1639 are especially requested to attend the next regular meeting on
Monday, October 2, 1911, as some
very important business ls to be
dealt with.
H. A. KERR,
Recording Secretary
Notice.
Pitt  Meadows  will   shortly be the j
scene of a scheme formulated by His >
Grace, Archbishop McNeil of Vancouver,   whereby   will   be  established   a I
colony  of Catholic  fruit and  market i
gardeners.      The   scheme   has   b?en j
carefully   considered   by   his    grace, \
acting  under the advice of experts,
and   the   archbishop    has   purchased
763 acres of excellent land   for the
purpose.
In an Interview his grace discussed  his  proposed   scheme  freely.   Ho I
had, he said, been often struck with
[.the difficulty experienced by Catholic j
1 farmers coming  into  British  Colum-
I bia ln securing good land at a price j
I which would allow the purchasers to,
| make a living, and he had started to
{look around to see If this   state of j
j matters could  be  remedied.    In the
| course of his visitations be had discovered   that   first-class   land,   suit-1
able for fruit or  market   gardening I
was available at  Pitt Meadows, and ]
he had lost no' .time in becoming the
purchaser of  763   acres out of  1100
acres  available.    The  location   was
No. 2 deck, on the banks of the Pitt
river,  about two  and a half   miles
from the yards of the C. P .R. Co.
The land could be easily reached by-
water, C. P. R. or tram line and was,
in his opinion, an ideal site for the
small capitalist.
"I shall sell ln ten-acre blocks,"
said his grace, "and to Catholics
only. It is to help my people that I
have taken this action, and ln time
we shall have a Catholic church and
schools on the land, with a priest to
minister to the families.
"There are several such colonies
on the prairies, and in the east,'
added the archbishop.
104th Regiment Headquarters' Association.
There wlll be a general meeting of
the association on Friday, September
29th, at the Armouries at 8 p.m.
prompt.
JOHN REID,
Secretary-treasurer.
FOR SALE���NEW SEVEN ROOMED
modern house for $3450.00, on
Seventh avenue. Only $50 down
and $30 per month, or $300 down
and $25 per month. Apply even
424 Third avenue.
JOB PRINTING
of Every Description.
Ring   Up   Tele.   695.
or call at 609 Victoria   street,   near
Daily Xews office.
IWilu
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berg-en
ROBERTS
Westminster Opera House, Friday, September 29.
MUST REDUCE HIGH
COST OF LIVING
FOR SALE���WEST END ACREAGE
A oneacre block on Eighth avenue,
divided into six lots. Price $3000
One-third cash, balance arrange.
Sherriff, Rose & Co., 648 Columbia
atreet.
FOR SALE��� BEAUTIFULLY SITU-
ated bungalow of flve rooms, with
bath and all conveniences; close to
car. Price $2300. Cash $400, balance easy. Sherriff, Rose & Co.,
���48 Colum.ua atreet.
T. CRISPIN
Successor to E. M. Dominy.
FOR SALE���NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
n��ma, close in, cemont basement,
bath, furnace, etc. $2800. Cash
|300, balance $30 per month. Sherriff, Rose & Co., 648 Columbia
street.
Sheriff's Sale
FOR SALE���CLYDSDALE MARE,
seven yenrr, old, weighing about
1500 pounds, also filly from above
Ttsinp two yeaTB, Apply Mrs. Dair.
Langley.
TO RENT.
TO RENT���FRONT BEDROOM,
furnished; fire place. Apply 57
Merriville street.
Province of British Columbia, County of Westminster to wit:
Under and by virtue of a warrant
of execution to me, directed and delivered against the goods and chattels of A. E. Kinney, at the suit of
Ringo Nakamura, I have seized and
will sell at my office, couithouse,
Xew Westminster, cn Friday, September 29, 1911, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the following, or sufficient
thereof to satisfy the judgment debt
and costs herein:
250 cords of shingle bolts, ready for
hauling, 'now on the northeast quarter of section 34, township two, New
Westminster district. Terms of sale
cash.
T. J. ARMSTRONG, Sheriff.
New Wectminster, Sept. 23, 1911.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms in suites of two.
Hot and cold water, steam heated.
Apply     A.   H.    Ferguson,  K.  of  P.
building.
ROOMS���NICELY FURNISHED AND
very (|uiet, clean rooms, with bath,
hy day, week or montli; rates very
reasonable. 47 Hegbie street.
Phone 868. Just opposite Bide of
Russell hotel.
NEW YORK HOUSEWIVES
L08E   MILLIONS   YEARLY
New York, Sept. 27.���How the
housewives of Greater New York arc
cheated out of $10,000,000 a year
through short weight and false measure devices was demonstrated today at the Domestic Science Exposition In Madison Square Garden. The
Bureau of Weights and Measures,
which has accomplished much in the
last year toward making grocers and
other dealers honest, is In charge of
the display. Commissioner Walsh
i declares that the estimate of ten mil-
I lions annual loss ls too low rather
than too high, but he hopes to greatly reduce the figures during the coming year.
Thousands of pairs of scales and
"short" measures have been destroyed by agents of the bureau recently,
and severe penalties have been inflicted on the dishonest merchants.
The principal offenders, says the |
commissioners, are the pushcart peddlers and small dealera patronized
largely by the poor.
Experts in attendance at the congress today declare that similar conditions prevail in cities throughout
the country, and tbat if the loss
through dishonest weights and measures could be known for the entire
nation, the total would be a staggering one. In Indianapolis and several
other cities determined crusades
bave been waged by the housewives
against the merchants and manufacturers who seek to add to their profits' by false, undersized packages,
and the other sefcen-es by which buyers are cheated. The New York
State Bureau of Weights and Measures has joined forces with the city
bureau in the Madisorw Square Garden display for the education of
housekeepers.
American  Congress to  Find  Another
Way, Now That Reciprocity Has
Failed.
Toronto, Sept. 27.���A special from
Washington to the Globe, this morning say's: "Canada's refusal to ratify
the reciprocity agreement with the
United States means a redoubled effort on the part of the Democratic
party and the insurgent Republicans
who together control Congress, to
bring about a general reduction of
the tariff. President Taft presented
the reciprocity agreement with an
expression of hope that it woqld reduce the high cost of living in this
country. Now other meags must be
found. The reciprocity bill which
was passed at the extra session of
Congress and ls now on the statute
books, will not be repealed, at least
for the next two years. This Is the
general belief of all factions in
Washington. What may happen when
a new congress convenes, two years
from next September, is a matter of
mere speculation. It ls the general
opinion, however, that the United
States wlll not repeal the law but
will remain willing indefinitely to
trade with Canada on tbe same basis
whenever   Canada   becomes   ready."
COMPARES JUDGES IN
ENGLAND AND U.S.A.
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L r.os. Residence phone 501.
TO      RENT���THREE
OR     FOUR
housekeeping
looms.
Apply    620
Fourth street.
TO     RENT���FE
RNISHED     ROOMS.
suitable     for
light
housekeeping.
Apply  to Alex
Speck
,    743    Front
Btreet.
TO RENT ��� NEWLY FURNISHED
(dean rooms lor one or two gentlemen. Terms very reasonable. 513
Agnes Street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE
to rent, 319 Regina street, $22 a
month.
TO RENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms in Cliff block, on
Sixth street, one block from Columbia street. Apply the Misses Chapman, room 2, third floor.
FOR RENT ��� TWO BEDROOMS
with Bitting room to let to gentlemen only. Breakfast if desired.
Telephone and modern conveniences. Five minutes from the
post office. Terms moderate. En
quire Plione R 414.
SPIRITUALIST 8ERVICE.
A Spiritualist Service will be,held
at Mra. J- Clarke's .residence, inman
avenue. Central Park, near station,
Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock. All
are welcome.
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description ��� Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
ST. ANN'S
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
A Boarding and Day School for Young
Girls.
The curriculum Includes preparatory, intermediate, grammar and
academic, or high school grades.
Pupils prepared for high school entrance and provincial teachers examinations The Commercial Department embraces bookkeeping, shorthand (Isaac Pitman system) and
touch typewriting, Music a specialty.
Eor prospectus and terms address to
the SISTER SUPERIOR.
(T PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY NEWS.
Schoolboys   Strike.
London. Sept. 27.���An amusing feature of the strike mania which has
swept this country this summer, is
the demand of the schoolboys in various cities for the redress of alleged
grievances. The schoolboys of Liverpool were the first to demand relief
from their hard lot. Parading the
streets the striking schoolboys displayed banners inscribed "What Our
Fathers Have .Done We Can do Also." The strikers demanded, first,
the abolition of the cane, then shorter hours and less home work. Parents proved effective strikebreakers,
and the leader of the strikers learned
to Ills sorrow that the cane had not
been abolished.
Last week the strike fever spread
to London, where it was engineered
from the Hath Street School by a Juvenile "Tom Mann." The strikers
were armed with stickB, stones, iron
bars and belts, and became so free
with those weapons that a special detail of twelve policemen was summoned. Stopping before one scliool.
the leader, a boy of thirteen, demand
ed that the boys of the school ho
called out. A command of the caretaker to move on. accompanied by an
energetic kick, discouraged the strikers, and they made no further attempt there.
In Manchester schoolboys paraded
the. streets, demanding shorter hours,
the abolition of the cane and the
payment of monitors. At a general
meeting, a plan of campaign was formulated, and so successful was the
movement thus inaugurated that at
one time several schools were out on
strike. Pickets stationed at the gateways forcibly prevented all efforts
to enter these schoolyards. Mothers
finally quelled the trouble.
CHURCH    UNION.
Toronto, Sept. 27.���Ballots are now
being prepared for securing the decision of the Presbyterians of Canada regarding church union with the
Methodist and Congregational
churches. Every Presbyterian family in Canada will receive a sixteen-
page pamphlet giving a history of
the- union negotiations. Ten thousand hlue ballots will be sent out for
elde|rsj three i hundred thousand
white ballots to the members and
slrty thousand red ballots to adherents.
In Experimental Stage.
London, Sept. 27.���Both th�� War
Office and the Postoffice authorities
are convinced, according to the statements of high officlaqls in those departments, that an aerial postal service will not be practical untll aviation has passed the experimental
stage. The experiment of carrying
mails from London to Windsor by
'aeroplane has satisfied them that
aeroplanes are not yet dependable,
Not once have the mail aeroplanes
been able to leave the Aerodrom at
Hendon on time on account of the
vagaries of wind and weather.
President Taft Contrasts the Two to
the    Advantage    of    the
Former.
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 27.���In an address at the Coliseum here Saturday
night. President Taft put forward
the suggestion of a wider power of
impeachment as a substitute for the
more radical proposals of a judiciary
recall. The president declared that
the law's delay unquestionably was
cne of the great causes of unrest ln
this country, and said that undoubtedly the recall idea had grown out
of the fact that the courts in many
instances are not performing the
functions that they should. Judges
should be made more responsible, the
president declared, and the means of
impeachment made more simple.
There should be judicial procedure,
a proper hearing, rather than public
clamor.
Mr. Taft declared that the delay
in administering justice ln this country should bring the ftlush ot shame
to all good Americans, and that the
courts of this country made a very
poor showing in comparison with
those of England, where the judges
keep up with their dockets, and
where criminals find swift punishment awaiting them.
GEESE THAT LAID
THE   GOLDEN   EGG8
Santa Barbara, Cal., Sept. 27.���
i Thirty gold nuggets, some as large
as peas, were taken today from the
craws of six geese raised by Mrs.
Israel Altschult of this city. When
the neighbors heard of the find a
small gold rush waa started. They
began working pans ln the vicinity
and in washing out the Band found
several small nuggets. The gold
probably was washed down the
mountains years ago.
AYLING ft SWAIN, FISH, FRUIT
Oame. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,'
next to Bank ot Montreal.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. TeL R 128. Room.
Trapp block.
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MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business let-
tern, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia SL
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tOa
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each montn;
quarterly meeting ou tbe tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
���nd November, at v p.m. annual
���seepage on th* third Thursday of
February. Nsw members may be
proposed and elected at any montn
ly or quarterly meeUJC. C. tL
BtnartWade. secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, cor-
ner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend.   C. J. Purvis, NO.; W.
C. Coatham, P. Q. recording secretary; R. Purdy, financial secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, b.rrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
���nd McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WADE, WHEALLER. McQUARRlE *
MARTIN���Barristers sad Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of-
��***, Williams building, 41 Oran-
Tllle street F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Wbealler, W. Q. McQuarrie, o. E
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE. BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
Tluolore Roberts, as Baron Haitt eld  In "Jim The Penman"    at    the
Westminster Opera House, Friday, S ept?ml:er 29. ,  i
NEW   WESTMINSTER    MAIL
SERVICE
lime Time
ot Of
Arrival: Closing:
10:00���United States via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday).23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
11:00��� Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
<������ t-  e*,r*~*t  Sunday).. 11:18
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
iuuio   e.iccpt Sunday)..16:00
8:00��� Victoria  via B. C. E. R.
���daily except Sunday).. S:M
13:00���Victoria via B. C.  E.  R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:18
7:80���United. Statea Tla O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 0.48
16:18���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except 8unday)..16:0t
10:18���AU polnta eaat and En-
rope   (dally)  8:30
12:30���All peints east ahd Europe  (dally)    14:09
10:18���Sapperton aad Fraaer
Mills (dally except
Sunday)  8:80
10:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills idaily except
Sunday)      14:08
10:48���Coquitlam   (dally except
Sunday)       8:88
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)       1U6
1400���East Burnaby (dally ex-
Sunday)  18:10
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:10
10:30���'Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday snd
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and  Friday    14:10
10:00���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham Island. Burt
Villa 13:30
10:00���Annieville   Hunbiify idaily
except Sunday)    13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday snd Saturday)    13:10
10:60���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 14:18
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kelts
via G. N.  R.   (dally ex-
(dally except Sunday).14:80
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day       14:88
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday  snd .
Friday)        14:08
8:80���Burnaby Lake Idaily except Sunday  18:88
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc (dally except Sunday)   ........13:88
16:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)  8:41
16:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
snd Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  8:4t
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt
Lehmaa, Aldergrove, Ob-
tor, Shortreed, Upper
Sumaa, j Surrey Centre,
Cloverdale, Langley
Prattle, Murrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Vslley, Coghtsn, B*f
dls, Msjuba Hill, RW��d,
visa c b. r. (����nr.���
except Sundsy)    ��:��
16:60���Chilli wack,       Cloverdale
snd Abbotsford vis &
C. E. R. (dstly except
���rjJ2   Sunday) .... 11:m
**m THURSDAY,   SEPTEMBER 28,
1S11.
THE 0A1LY NEWS.
PAGE
WHY DO YOU
PAY RENT?
t
When you can Own Your Own House
on the same terms as follows
*.
6 Room modern house Price $1950, $400 Ca��h, balance $20 per month
5 Room cottage, Price $1500, $300 Cash, balance $20 per month.
A new 8 room modern house, lot all cleared, a splendid location, Price
$3600, $1000 cash, balance $100 every 6 months, including interest.
8 room modern house, cement foundation, splendid location, Price only
$4500, on easy terms.
7 Room house, lot 66 x 132, all in fruit and close to car, must  be sold at
once, Price $2900, on any kind of terms.
If you are looking for a home it will pay you to see us before buying elsewhere.
LOTS FOR SALE
8 Lots on Sixth street, close to Fifth avenue, all cleared, Price only $1500
each on easy terms, or we will build you a home on the same property.
Lots on Hamilton street.   Price $800 on terms.
Lot on corner of Fourth avenue and Fourth street on easy terms. For
further particulars apply to J. Travers.
Lots in Sapperton near Columbia street, from $400 up.   Easy, terms.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer
Walker Block, 421  Columbia St.
rxnsHafS
OPERA HOUSE I
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
FRIDAY  NIGHT
SEPTEMBER 29.
SEATS ARE NOW ON SALE AT
McKENZIE'S DRUG STORE.
trgmm
loimr ON LIMBER
MUST COME OFF NOW
MANV HARDSHIPS
ENDURED IN ALASKA
Dictum  of  Seattle   Banker   Is  to   Ef-I Surveying   Party   Meets   With    Many
feet That Congress Will  Remove    j      Difficulties  ���   Indiana   Desert
It Next Winter. !        Overcome  Malesplna Glacier.
Seattle, Sept. 27.���Seattle business
men and bankers were, for the most
part, disappointed at the failure of
the Canadian people to ratify the
reciprocity agreement. Mr. M. F.
Backus, president of the National
Bank of Commerce, said:
"I was surprised and disappointed
to learn that reciprocity did not
carry. I regret the defeat of the
plan. Reciprocity would have been
a splendid thing for the country at
large and ln tbat way, If no other,
would have been beneficial to Puget
Sound. Reciprocity would not have
Hurt the lumber business. The duty
ls bound to come off lumber, and it
might just as well have been takeh
off by reciprocity as at Washington
next winter."
Loss of Business for Seattle
Mr. M. A. Arnold, president of the
First National Bank, said:
"I felt that If reciprocity carried,
new markets for Washington products particularly lumber, would
have been opened up to Washington
manufacturers and shippers. The failure of the issue may result ln some
loss of business which had been fig-
Severe hardships were experienced
this summer by a Dominion government survey party which was engaged in locating the Alaska boundary line across Malesplna glaciar,
between Yakutata Bay, Alaska and
Mount St. Ellas. In addition to the
natural obstacles that almost stalled
their progress, the surveyors ran
short of provisions and for six weeks
were compelled to subsist on hard
tack and gelatinous bacon. To add
to their troubles, Indiana who had
been engaged to act as packers and
dogsledge drivers deserted before
the party had got less than twenty
miles from the coast. Every member of the party was ln a famished
condition when Yakutat Bay was
reached on the return trip.
Details of their adventures were
related to a representative of The
Press by Mr. H. S. Mussell, who
acted as assistant to Mr. Noel J.
Ofiilvle and who left here last night
fof Ottawa. Mr. Ogilvie remained at
the coast, engaged ln making geodetic surveys while Mussell under
took the work ln the��� interior. Mr.
Mussell confirmed all previous reports    Respecting    the
difficulties
ured on by shippers in this country, j that have to be overcome ln sur-
I am sorry lt did not carry." | mounting   Malesplna   glacier,   which
Mr. E. W. Andrews, president of {extends Inland fifty-five miles to the
the Seattle National Bank, said: base of Mount St. Ellsas.   The great
"I was rather, sorry reciprocity did Ice sheet hemmed ln by lofty snow-
not carry, although I think the lim | clad peaks gradually rises from sea
mediate effects of the success of the ! level  and  ls   Assured   by   crevasses
T. J. Traps 8 ft.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
measure would have been injurious
I believe that many people would
have moved into Canada had reciprocity carried. In the long run,
however, reciprocity would hav->
benefitted this country."
Expected the Outcome.
Mr.   B.  W.   Robinson,  manager  of
R. G. Dun & Co., said:
and yawning chasms.
8aved From Awful Death.
In places the chasms extended to a
depth of hundreds of feet. In many
instances a detour of miles had to b��
| made in order to overcome these na-
'tural barriers. All the members of
the party were roped and to this pre
! cautionary   measure  Mr.   Mussell  as-
"I did not think for a moment that ' crlbes their escape from many perils,
reciprocity would carry* I knew Frequently the leader stumbled into
the temper of the people too well
r
i
believe that reciprocity would have
hurt rather than helped the lumber
business in the northwest."
Mr. Henry Carstens, president of
Carstens & Earles Inc., said:
"I fully expected the outcome of
the election to be Just as It was. I
knew the general sentiment of the
people of Canada was against reciprocity. Had the proposition originated in Canada it might have stood
some chance o? passing. Reciprocity
would have been a good thing."
Pleased at the Result.
Mr. J. B. Bowles, president of J.
B. Bowles & Co., said:
"I am rather pleased at the result.
I doubt very much whether reciprocity would have been of any benefit to us. It might have stimulated
the jobbing trade somewhat, but at
the same time would have taken a
large brokerage business away from
Us. In other words, Vancouver anil
Victoria  would   have  gone  over  our
heads here, ln Seattle, tor auppUea
which they hare heen obtaining
here."
REIGN OF TERROR IS
GROWING   IN   RUSSIA
St. Petersburg, via Eykttuhen.
Sept. 27.���Whether Premier Stolypin
was killed as a result of a genuine
revolutionary plot pr at the lnV
stance of other government officers
who hated his policy, there ls no
doubt tbat the Russion terrorist organization ls on the eve of a fresh
period of activity.
Indeed this activity has already begun.    The premier Is by no   means
the flrst officer to meet death at an
assassin's hands recently.     He was
merely so prominent that the news
of his death could not be suppressed.
That of the victims   who   preceded
him has thus far been pretty effectually bushed up by the government,
which objects to encouraging the revolutionary element by letting   it become generally  known  how successful  tbe  terrorists  have  been   lately.
Beginning six weeks ago. there fol-
i lowed   in   rapid   succession   the  killing of an   assistant   prosecutor,   tho
deputy assistant  prosecutor and  the
assistant chief of police of Tamboff
and   the  17-year-old   son   of  Captain
Kurosb,   commanding    the    cruiser,
Finn at Helslngfors ln 1906, the serious wounding of the governor of the
Zereutlnski   prison,   and   the   suicide
of a high police officer named Sasan-
off. |
In each case the victim received a
letter shortly before being attacked '
Informing him  that  his  "execution" *
had been decreed   by the "executive J
committee of the social revolutionary
propaganda."    As far as known   no
one who has received one of these
letters  since  tbe  present   campaign
began  has  escaped  the  "execution"
of his sentence, with the   exception
of the Zereutlnski   prison   governor
and  Sasanoff.      The former escaped
death    through   his   would-be
a snefw-covered crevasse an4 only
the resistance offered by the weight
of the others saved him from an awful death.
The party started from Yakutaf
Bay early ln June, lt comprised nine
white men and nine Alaska Indians
and three dog teams. Progress was
naturally slow as the route of the
boundary line was Indicated by
means of triangulatlon surveys and
photographs. No attempt was made
to plant boundary monuments. The
work involved the ascent of half a
scores of peaks which rise from the
center and sides of the glacier. The
highest peak scaled by the surveyors
has an elevation of 7480 feet above
sea level. On Clear days in the distance could be plainly discerned the
hoary summit of Mt. St. Ellas which
is over 20,000 feet high. This peak
according to the terms of the treaty
betv/een Great Britain and the United States is the base line for the
boundary ln its northerly sweep
along the 141st meridian to the Arctic ocean.
Ascended by Abruzzl.
The Duke d'Abruzzl. cousin of the
King of Italy, ls credited with being
' the only white man who has ever
crossed the glacier and reached thc
summit of Mount St. Ellas. The feal
was accomplished about tne years
ago and Is decrlbed by the duke ln
a well-known book.
The farthest point inland reached
by Mr. Mussell was 35 miles from
the coast. Twenty miles farther
southeast the Indians, overcome by
the hardships and animated with a
auspicious fear tbat the surveyors'
Instruments were Instruments of the
evil spirit, deserted and made a bolt
homewards. Their action greatly retarded the progress of the survey.
The real troubles of the party began
when provisions ran low. For six
weeks the surveyors wer compelled
to subsist on half rations consisting
of hardtack and a gelatinous bacon.
Despite these conditions they pushed
on. The last triangulatlon was made
st a point less than twenty miles
from Mount St. Ellas, the real objective of the party. Mr. Mussell and
his assistants plainly showed the terrible experience tbey went through.
Most of them lost from fifteen to
twenty pounds In weight before re
turning to  Yakutat Bay.
Mr. Mussell will next season make
another dash for Mount St. Ellas. He
has gained many pointers this season after many years of survey work,
and will use tbem to advantage.
There was no representative of the
United States government with the
party.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phons 105.     P. O. Box M6l
Office, Front St, Foot of Sixth.
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Chicago, 111    72.60
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Toronto, Ont    91.60
Montreal, Que  106.00
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Boston, Mass 110.00
Washington, D.C 107.50
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DELAY RATIFICATION
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sin's poor aim. The latter escaped
the terrorists' vengeance by taking
his own life as soon as ho received
his letter of condemnation.
The assassins chosen to do the social ' revolutionists work hav? not
only been- extraordinary successful,
but all but one of them escaped. The
exception waa the poor marksman
who fired at the prison governor. He
obtained access to his victim's office
by means of a visiting oard and shot
the governor ln the presence of three
armed officers, with, the result that
he himself was wounded and In a
desperate struggle captured. .
.  v   ,   . .
. **   ���
Cheap Cable Letters. .
London, Sept. 27.���Two new features are proposed In . connection
with the new Atlantic cable agreement. These make possible the dally,
sending of letters at very low rates'
which will enable the public to save
from six to eight days occupied
through, transmission by mail.
Washington, Sept. 27.���Although
the quadrilateral treaty for the protection of seal life in Arctic waters
waa planned to go Into effect within
less than three months (rom this
assas- i date, apparently  no  steps  have yet
been taken by either Great Britain,
Russia or Japan to change the ratifications which, are necessary to bring
the contract into play. These ratifications must be exchanged in Washington by representatives of the
three powers named, clothed with
the necessary authority from their
governments and by Secretary Knox
for America. It is, probable that the
delay Is exjlalnable by the absence
from Washington on summer vacations of most of the diplomstic representatives and that some action will
be taken Immediately upon their, return to this city.
The Man Who Won the Election.
Ottawa, Ont., Sept. 27.���Robert
Blckerdlke, Liberal M. P., for . St.
Lawrence division of Montreal, who
ls in town today, when asked who
caused the Liberal defeat, replied:
"I don't remember his name; he's
dead long ago*, but he's the man who
wrote 'Rule Britannia.'"
Westminster
Transfer Co.
j��oe 'Phons in.
Begbie Street
tSMSgs   delivered   proms**   >
aay part ot tke dtp.
Light and HeaYyHanfag
OFFICE���TPAM OMPtTT
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
Sole agent for
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Mineral Water*,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
retentions R 118. Office: Prln
Phons 690.
p. a i
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THE DAILY N
THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER  2$,   1911.
Real Estate the
$1050���On Fifth atreet, near Seventh
avenue, 50 foot lot, partly cleared.
One-third cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
BUNCOMBE.
The Conservatives went into power
last  week  to a large extent   under
false   pretenses,  the  great  cry   was
that  of   disloyalty,   disruption,   and
annexation  lf   the  reciprocity    pact
were   to  pass.    We   cosfcedet that
foolish   utterances   of   politicians   of
the other side intoxicated with' their
own fleeting importance, lent a faint
color to the hysterical ravings of the
ultrsf-Conservatlve   political   machine
men, but at the time we knew the
cry was buncombe.
One of   the   leading   Conservative
papers In British Columbia, recently
published a statemeni. to the effect
that already a deputation has been
formed and repreBentations made to
the  Premier  Borden  that  the  tariff
on    woolen    goods    imported    from
Great   Britain   should    be   increased
from 30 per cent to 60 per cent, does
not this look as lf the cries of "disloyalty"   "disruption"   and   "annexation"   were  never  taken   seriously?
The     Conservatives     went     into
power solely  on  their love fop   the
Mother Country, and the flrst/Vlflng
their adherents want to do is to increase the tariff wall between Great
Britain and Canada.
Hypocritical it seems, but yet it
will do good. It will show tbe masses
of tbe people how they have been
bulldozed and mislead by false
alarms.
As for the Royal City we trust that
under the beneficent government recently elected with J. D. Taylor as
their representatives here, we will
rapidly have what, our member has
��ften talked about, thirty feet to the
.gulf, and a national port for the city
of  New  Westminster.
Maiiy reforms has our member
promised us during the past few
years. We will watch carefully
how these are i arried out, and if secured the citizens ose and all cannot feel but grateful.
Dr Prices
CREAM
Baking Powder
A pur^Cream of Tartar
;   Banking Powder
... Ct product of Grapes
$850���On Durham street, a fine lot
cleared, next Fourth street. One-
third cash, balance 6 and 12 months
$1350���Fifth avenue, near Flrat atreet,
a good building street, near new
school. One-third cash, balance 6,
12 and 18 months.
'*,
No Alum
No
Lime Phosphate
$2800���Near Fourth, a fine cottage,
cement basement, furnace, new.
This ls a cheap home. $300 cash,
balance $30 per month.
branch of the lighthouse inspection
service, orders arrived yesterday
from Washington dfirartlng that all
stationary white and- rei beacons
along the California coast be converted into occulting lights. Kach light
will have a different.arrangement of
flashes to make It easily recognizable
hy coastwise mariners. Commander
Moffett made his recommendation on
the theory that there waa danger
that locomotive or automobile headlights at rioints where roads approached the shore might readily be
mistaken for stationary marine signals and result in. disaster.
faces of which were not a fair representation of the contents of the
boxes, and also pleaded guilty to
charges of insufficient markings and
overgrading their fruit.
Copies of the Fruit Marks act for
the guidance of fruit growers in
packing their fruit, can be had on
application from D. M. Robertson,
dominion fruit inspector, 237 Sixth
street,  New Westminster, B. C.
FAILED TO GET AWAY
WITH THE  PLUNDER
A local shaver of m<m is responsible for the following rather smart retort to an Easterner, who recently
asked him if it were true that Westminster has lost the Minto cup:
"'Yes. indeed," said the tonsorlal artist, "Con-found-it."
Iditarod, Alaska, Sept. 27.���The
$35,000 of gold dost stolen from
George Friend and his armed guards
by a party of highwaymen was recovered soon after the robbery by a
posse which chased the , thieves
through the swamps. Clos? pressed,
they were obliged t6 abandon the
heavy strong box and the 140 pounds
of metal which it contained.!' The reward of $5000 offered for the captured of the robbers, was left standing, and after the gold- was found
hundreds of miners continued the
chase of the criminals.
PLOT TO DETHRONE
KINQ PETER
OF 3ERVIA
Is Reciprocity Dead.
London,     Sept.   27.���The  Wes'min
ster Gazette says    that   should    th,'
l'nited   States  give    to  Canada    for
nothing    the    privileges Canada   re
fused to buy, Canada could not  well
decline  the  gift.    This' might   prov,
decidedly awkward    for    those    who
saw   i'i   tho  reciprocal   proposal    the
rnd of all things   in Canada.    Truth,
in  un   art: le  cn   the Canadian  elections, rays:  "The appeal to Canadian
loyally  was a  plausible and powerful
one, yet  the  \i';tcry of  Borden  must
not be entirely attributed    to    Canada's    attachment    to    the    Empire,
Wliile   the  imperial     sentiment     undoubtedly  played  a large  ?art.  it  Is
to he remembered that, for  the  first
time  the  protected  interests of  Canada as represented by  the Canadian
Manufacturers' association , were
handed wholly against the Lauripr
ministry. Although reciprocity was
defeated, it served as a useful reminder of the craziness of the foundation upon which Chamberlain's
preferential structure was reared. In
this resrect it showed that it would
,he possible for the United States at
any tTrne to knock the bottom out of
any preferential agreement by allowing Hie free entry of Cana lian
wheat. Neither is it Improbable that
this COUTH will be adopted."
Voenna, Sept. 27,-*���A, ..widespread
plot to dethrone King. Peter of Servla and insta! Crown Prince Alexander has been unearthed, according to
advices from Belgrade" .today. The
reason assigned ts thastatement in
the memoirs of former Minister No-
v.akowitch that King Peter knew of
the plot to murder King Alexander
and Queen Draga, and was an active
participant  in  it.
A number of the leaders in the
movement against King Peter liave
In en arrested.
Fowler Says He Can Cross.
Emigrant Gap, Cal., Sept. 27.���
With the sun shining through broken clouds on the biplane of Aviator
I Robert G. Fowler ln Carpenters
j Meadows, his mechanicians are
working today to get the air craft in
trim 'for tomorrow's expected attempt to surmount the high Sierras.
Fowler said that meteorological conditions must be favorable when be
again starts on his transcontinental
trip, as the rugged topography of t^e
mountain crests is such as to preclude a landing. He hoped to be able
to make a trial flight late today.
After examining maps and data regarding a proposed change of route
today, the aviator declared himself
confident of being able to continue
as originally planned, crossing the
Sierras from this point to Truckee
and Reno and thus be the flrst airman to follow t he trail blazed by
the pioneers of "49.
$3650���A six roomed modern cottage,
new, near Lord Kelvtfr school.
Panelled dining room and oak stain
throughout. One of the best homes
in New Westminster. Terms very
easy.
New  Westminster  City  Specialist.
McQuarrie Bros.
Phons 69$. 622 Columbia atreet.
BURN OIL
The Western Steam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Carter-Cotton Blk.
Phone Seymour 7676.
or Phone 324,
New Westminster.
"JIM THE  PENMAN," BIG  HIT.
FRUIT   PROSECUTION.
Xew Westminster. B. C, Sept. 2fi,
ll'll.���At the New Westminster police court, this afternoon before Police Magistrate Edmonds, Banford
Bros., fruit growers, Chlllwack. pead-
ed guilty and were fined ten dollars
and costs, for having ottered for sale
in the New Westminster city market,
six  boxes  of apples,  the  shown  sur-
When W. A. Brady and associate
managers staged "Jim the Penman"
with an all-star cast, headed by Florence Roberts, Thurlow Bergen and
Theodore Roberts, at the Lyric theatre, New York, we never hoped to
see it ln the west.
According to contracts just received hy mana"er Hector McCaig.
of the Westminster Opera house, it.
Is hooked to apt car here on Friday.
Sept. 29, and the big company of
metropolitan players have none
other than the above mentioned
stars appearing in their famous New
York roles. ������'������. .
"Jim the Penman" is conceded to
he the greatest social drama of two
continents, and tbe most realistic detective  play  ever  written.
Us  success  brought   knighthood   to
Sir Charles  Young, at the  hands of
England's   late  Queen   Victoria,   and
its success rolled up millions for the j Phone 40.
titled playright. ' New
What's the
Matter With
Father ?
SCHAAKE
PROPfflTY
As announced in the news columns
In The Dally News, the People's Trust
Company, Limited, have been appointed exclusive agents for the sale of the
Schaake property on Front and Columbia streets. The News well remarks: "The decision to sell this valuable property Is the most Important
real estate news In the city for many
months."
You are sufficiently well acquainted
with the central location of tha
Schaake property to know that it ls
without doubt the best situated business property in the city as regards
rail and water facilities and proximity
to the business Interests of the city.
With the property goes a 47-year
water lot lease covering 198 feet along
the Fraser, including wharfs, etc.
The entire Schaake property haa
been subdivided; plan may be seen at
our office. The property will be sold
en bloc If necessary. Front street
lots, 66 feet square and 85x66, am
selling from $15,000 to $23,000; Columbia street lots. $7000 to $8000.
Terms: One-third cash, balance 6, 12,
18 and 24 months.
No better opportunity is presented
for Investment ln New Westminster
today. If you are looking for a store
site, an industrial site, or a good property investment, come in and talk
with us.
OPEN 7 TO 9 TONIGHT.
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Vancouver, HI.
mss^
He is provoked   because   his
scription was not filled by us.
He knows    we   use only the
pre-
best
chemicals and Just what the doctor
orders.
He knows otir prices are fair and
right and 11" he had thought to ask
the doctor to leave the prescription
here his wish would have been gladly
complied with.
The Red Cross Pharmacy
C. S. Davies, Prop.
32 Sixth Street.
Westminster,  B.C.
Vancouver's Pride Sold.
Vaneouver, Kept. 27.--.Mr. \V. K.
Arnold, general manager o!' the
Dominion Trust company, announced
today that the building at the corne-
>of Cambie and Hastings streets was
Bold yesterday. The amount of the
ileal is in the vicinity of one million
dollars. Mr. A. W. V. Inn'-s. represented the purchasers in the deal,
while Mr. F. W. Tlffen handled the
matter for the trustees.
EXPLOSION   HURLED   PLATE
ONE-EIGHTH  OF  MILE
Toulon. Sept. 27.���The tremendous
force of the explosion which destroyed the battleship Llberte on Monday
���was again indicated today, when a
piece of the Liberte's armor plate
-was lifted from the side of the
battleship Republique, on which it
"had fallen. The broken plate weighed 37 tons and had been hurled 2!i5
yards. The Republlque was so damaged that she will be out of commission for months, while repairing.
Twelve bodies wero taken from the
wreck this morning. The search
above tho water line ls difficult dw-
ing to barriers of crumpled steel
that oppose all advance into section.*
���of the hold.
News for Navigators.
San   Francisco,   Sept.   27.���Approving the recommendation of Commander AV. A.  Moffett, head of the local
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671 Columbia Street
New Westminster
This property ls ln a splendid location, being only five minutes
walk from Columbia street House 12 rooms, with large attic, wMen
would make five extra rooms, lavatory, bath and wash bowl, not
and cold water, large cement basement, with furnace ready to be
Installed; newlv papered and painted. Inside and outside, lot 66x138,
cleared and In lawn. Price while It lasts $7000. Terms, $2300 cash,
balance six, twelve and eighteen months at 7 per cent. Might arrange better terms.
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Ur THURSDAY,   SEPTEMBER   28,   1911.
THE DAILV NEWS.
fAQB ntm
ji MATTERS MARTIAL I
BY GARETH
The passing of the Laurier government to the opposition benches will
naturally involve the retirement of
Sir Frederick Borden from the control of tbe department of militia and
defence. Sir Frederick, who has
held the portfolio since 1896, ls himself a substantive lieutenant colonel
ln, and honorary colonel of, the
Canadian army medical corps. During his regime the forces of the
Dominion have undoubtedly made
far greater strides towards efficiency
than under any of bis predecessors.
The withdrawal of the Imperial
troops threw the onus of the defence
of the Dominion entirely upon Sir
Frederick's department, and although
anything approaching perfection has
not been reached and was not to be
expected, one can say truthfully that
if the new minister of defence carries on the good work as Sir Frederick has commenced It, lt wlll not be
many years before Canada has an
army that will compare favorably
with any citizen soldiers in the world.
A very extensive program of athletic events ls being arranged by
the 104th regiment for the ensuing
season and one can safely predict
good times for our regiment. Inter-
regimental wrestling and boxing
meetings are being arranged for fair
week and all the neighboring units
have been Invited to compete. There
are many rumors afloat regarding
movements to beneflt the regiment,
Including one which tells of the return of a lot of old timers to the
-colors (the latter unfortunately being
still conspicuous by their absence).
It is also said that an effort Is to be
made to bring the men under the
terms of city instead of rural militia,
with Its attendant advantages, and
that the formation of several more
companies ls not' outside the bounds
of possibility. I hope something wlll
be done to follow the fashion and
alley the regiment with the 104th
foot (2nd battalion, Munster Fusiliers
now). The Munsters are a good old
regiment and much beneflt would be
gained  by an  affiliation  with  them.
The Vancouver garrison athletic
sports were held on last Saturday at
the Brockton Point grounds. The
meeting was a success ln every way
and the weather clerk was propitious,
The 72nd Highlanders cleaned up
nearly everything in sight.
The local patrols of the Boy Scouts
were inspected last night at the drill
hall by Colonel Hall, the commissioner for the province. The boys
were under the command of Scout
Leader Day and mustered about 40.
The feature which was most notice
able was the mounted patrol led by
Patrol Leader Trapp. This ts. I believe, quite a new feature and should
prove highly successful. Colonel
Hall expressed himself as highly satisfied with the turn-out and gave the
boys a very instructive talk on their
duties both as scouts and as members of the community. The boys
looked well in their smart and serviceable uniform and displayed an
amount of keenness such as boys and
boys only can show. The movement
which is spreading so rapidly ls a
splendid one and will undoubtedly re
fleet great credit upon its founder
and his many assistants, but above
at), wlll beneflt to a large extent, the
whole Empire, in generations to
come.
ATHLETIC MEET Of
104H). REGIMENT
Program the Best,   and    Practically
Complete���Judges and Timekeepers  Appointsd.
At a meeting of the executive council of the 104th Regiment A. A. C.
held in the Armouries, Sixth street,
yesterday evening, the arrangements
for the amateur boxing and wrestling
boutB to be held on Friday, October
6, were practically completed.
From the reports submitted by the
various sub-committees, it was made
plain that the evening will be appreciated" by the keen lovers of true
amateur sport. James W. Hewitt,
sporting editor of the Vancouver
Province, and A. P. Garvle, who oc
cupies the same position on the
News-Advertiser, have accepted the
positions of Judges for the boxing
bouts, while W. P. Ogilvie, of Vancouver, who waa- elected to the high
honor of president of the Paciflc
Northwest association at the conference In Seattle, will referee the
wrestling. Hewitt and Qarvle do not
require any Introduction . to sportsmen in this city, where their respective writings have been read for
years, while Mr. Ogilvie as an amateur heavyweight champion. Is so
-often In the spot light as a V. A. C.
delegate at the various meetings on I
the coast that he is persona grata
wherever  sportsmen  congregate.
William Tulk. honorary president
of the V. A. C, and originator of
the famous Good Seal footrace, and
ii. F. Armstrong have been asked to
act as time keepers.
The leading represntatfves from
Seattle. Tacoma, Bellingham and
Vancouver have accepted invitations
to display their respective prowess
en the mat and with the padded
gloves.
would test the legality of the home
secretary's decision and lf the latter was sustained by the courts he
would withdraw from the enterprise
at once.
Johnson and Wells have signed
articles to box under the National
Sporting club rules and White added
that it the match was made Impossible ih London it might take place
ln Paris, though he would have no
lntrest in It.
The campaign against the flght was
based on- moral grounds but the authorities are more concerned with
the effect that the probable defeat
of a white man would have on the
colored   subjects   of   Great    Britain
ROVERS' LAST PRACTICE.
��� BOWLING. ���
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Yesterday evening the Royal City
bowlers traveled over to Vancouver
and for the second time within a
week nroved that as masters of the
winter pastime they are supreme.
'The Terminals were forced to go
down to a defeat by no less than 160
points.
The full scores are as follows:
Westminster.
1       2       3     Ttl.
Corbett     126    173    175���473
J. C. Chamberlin  .170   134   10.0���164
W. J. Sloan    149   187   171���507
D. A. Marshall   ...190   179   159���52S
A.   B.   Chamberlin.202   160   144���506
The last practice before the initial
league engagement of the season of
the Rovers Football club will tako
place this evening at half past five
on Moody square when the eleven to
clash with the Vancouver Celtics
will be out in full force. Saturday's
fixture with the champions of last
season which will be played at
Recreation park at the conclusion of
the lacrosse fixture, promises to be a
strenuous one. and although the
local professionals have only ten engagements on the local fleld between
now and the New Year fixture versus
Shamrocks, the Rovers wlll be engaged practically every weekend
against the other clubs in the j*ague.
Manager Grant has gathered around
him a strong body of players, included among whom are soccer merchants who have made history on
the  otber  side  of  the  herring  pond.
Rifle Shooting.
The annual eight hours meeting
organized by the Westminster Rifle
association promises this year to be
the most successful ever engineered
by the marksmen, and with a full
prize list contributed to by many of
the leading merchants of the city, as
well as a promise to present silver
spoons to those who score possibles.
It is safe to predict that the function will receive a record entrv. Competitions and contests will be held at
200, 500, 600 and 800 yards ranges
and this year the executive has made
arrangements to employ an augmented staff so that the meeting may ^e
run off at a faster rate than on previous occasions. The meeting, while
under the rifle association rules, is
an open one, unattached shooters being rermitted to compete with regular club members.
XJrant   ..
Hager   ...
Stevenson
Scott   	
Lockhart
836   833 809 247S
Vancouver.
12 3     Ttl.
 127 165 147���439
 157 168 150���475
 164 176 124���463
 148 157 143���448
 187 155 161���503
783 820 725 2328
WELLS-JOHNSON   FIGHT
PROMOTER8 IN COURT
London, Sept. 27.���Opposition
-aroused by tha clergy to the scheduled flght between Champion Jack
Johnson and Bombardier Wells, the
English tltleholder, assumed a legal
character today when a magistrate
of Bow street police court, on the application of the public prosecutor,
granted six summons and against
the principals and promoters.
The prosecutor when he gets tbe
flght men Into court, will ask that
they be put under bonds not to cause
a breach of the peace. Todays action followed a decision of Home
Secretary Churchill thut the flght
would be illegal aud the announcement that unless the event was voluntarily abandoned an attempt would
be made to prevent it by placing
those primarily interested under
bonds to preserve the peace.
James White, the promoter of the
match, declared last night that   he
Tecumsehs   Practice.
There were at least two thousand
spe-ctators at Recreation rark, Vancouver, yesterday morning when the
Tecumsehs turned out for a full-
dress practice. Despite the ��arly
hour, all the players were on hand
and under instructions from Querrie were soon in uniform. The play
was of a fast order all the stick-
handlers going at full gallop, for ninety minutes. While there was a certain amount of raggedness visible.
Querrie maintained to the Daily
News representative that three more
days would make a difference to the
Indians.
Half an hour after the Indians had
retired the new western coast champions were seen in action, and it was
at once plain that those who are present wben the teams clash on Saturday, wlll see styles which are entirely different. Both teams wlll be out
each morning this week, excepting
Saturday. It is not yet decided who
will handle the whistle for the first
of the two games but the Vancouver
management suggested that "a Westminster official would be ln charge
although the name was not made
public.
Auto Club Active.
Acting on the suggestions made by
the executive of the newly formed
Westminster Automobile club, tho
Surrey munlclralltr councll has
cleared the debri3 from the cornnr
of Johnston and McLennan roads,
thus making a wider road for the
passing of autos. This ts tbe first
move mnde by the local owners of
cars and with the club behind them,
It Is evicted that other municipalities will fall Into line and make for
a better series of passable thoroughfares.
Gives Addresses oo
fhe Dominion
(Continued from page one)
lections became practically passive
after statistics showed thut the drain
had been so enormous.
Next session would be a Home
Rule one. Some measure had to be
submitted to deal with the grlev.
ances of Ireland, and they were organizing for the purpose of educating
the British electors on the measure.
At this very time a party of English
Liberal members were ln Ireland
studying the question at flrst hand.
He was confident that the Liberal
party stood as firmly entrenched lu
the public confidence at it had at any
time since its advent to power, nearly six years ago.
HOTEL8  AND   ROOMING
PLACES  FILLING   FAST
week for   the big   show   at Queens
| park. The chief hotels, including the
Russell and those on the main street
(have  been  deluged  wltb  letters  ask- I
lng for rooms,  and  already a  great t
deal of the reserve has  been taken I
up  by intending visitors    from    tbe I
upper country as well  as from dls- j
tant  points  who make it a  rule    to
annually    take   In   the    It. A. &   I.
society meeting.
With the erection of the Cliff
block and the reconstruction of the
accommodation In the Dominion
Trust building, additional rooms will
be ready for the reception of the
crowds which will flock to the city,
but even with those, there are certain to be hunters for sleeping quarters at the last minute. The need of
a large bull ling where rooms might
be had is urgent at this time and before this season next year it is expected that such a block wlll"be built
which will tend to minimize the offhand chances of securing rooms at
a season which is without question
the busiest of the whole year.
Despite the fact that there is
much more accommodation in Westminster at this time tban was the
case last year when the fair was
held, unless arrangements are made
early there wlll be found some trouble in locating sleeping quarters tn
the thousands who will be here next
Amateur   Football  Club   Meeting.
A meeting of the Westminster
Senior Amateur Football club executive wlll be held this evening in
Herb Ryall's, Columbia street, at
eight o'clock, when the team to play
against the V. A. C. In" the Terminal
City Saturday wlll be selected.
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Mortgages on Real Estate, and will guarantee you
against loss.
We also guarantee that the interest will be paid you
promptly on the due date, and principal on maturity*
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Queen's Park, New Westminster
Oct, 3,4,5,6,7,
HUNDREDS Of STOCK AND FRUIT EXHIBITS
���
The Finest Agricultural Show in Western Canada
Tuesday, Oct. 3���Official opening.
Wednesday, Oct. 4���Scottish Day.
Thursday, Oct. 5.���Championship
Baseball.
Friday, Oct. 6.���Children's Sports.
Saturday, Oct. 7.���Sports, Baseball
GOD SAVE THE KING.
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These cold evenings remind you
that it's time to put on your fall
weight underwear.
We anticipated the demand and
are well prepared to meet your requirements. We can oufit in all
weights made by the best makers
in the business.
Prices $1.00 up to $10.00 the suit
Combination $2*25 to $5.50.
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THE STORE OF FASHION CRAFT.
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New Westminster.
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The TEUTONIC and CANADA carry cabin passengers in one class only
<IU'affording maximum facilities at minimum cost Fine third class.
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160 feet waterfrontage in the city  with    railroad    trackage    and
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Price, $55,000.   Cash, $15,000
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THE DAILY NEWS.\
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U *���I   ��!���������! I>ebe����ure Atsaeaaaaemt  Us-lmtn, '��**.
lumbia street sewer local Improvement   debentures   assessment   tor
.'1911.
Schedule ahowiag the real property   irom^l^ly   be^��*..������,,   ,'"*  ts.
proportion ln  which the assessment ia sssadm om par root nw��       ^.,,,1   I
  Frontage. Payment
Blk. Lot.   . Name oro***  ��6 ft *16��2
*" i  32Zo ��Z:::::::.: ����*.    ����
C.1T   T       McKay Barbara 8 *'>����. 15.411
8 McNamara Mary A Clarke Wm. N 66 ft. 15.42
9 Boutillier  Annie   (Estate) 66 ft. 15.42
10 Edmonds William   66 ft. 15.42
11 Roman Catholic Church 66 ft. 15.42
12 Roman Catholic Church  66 ft. 16.42
C.1&   7 Baker Jane  (Agt. J. K. George!    66 ft. 15.42
8 Dickinson R. (Estate)    66  ft. 15.42
9 Baker Jane  (Agt.  Symmes B. F.)    66 ft. 16.42
10 Salter J. A 66 ft. 15.42
11 Colton Fox J. S 66   ft. 15.42
12 Colton Fox J. 3 66   ft. 15.42
C.19    1 Coote  Josias    66 "ft. 15.42
2       Coote   Josias    66  ft. .15.42
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminister Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the properties in the Schedule above mentioned the sums ot
money annually for twenty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment ao proposed to be made will be held on Friday the 27th day of October, 1911,
commencing at 10 o'clock tn the forenoon at the Council Chamber in tte
City Hall. New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal
from such intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Counctl at least eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
Dated this 27th day of September, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clark.
u .    ,   .       .. .���,_...    ,h��   h.mI   i-ioii.iy Immediately benefitted and the pro
Schedule showing  '"^^J^^.^.d. ����� p.r foot frontage:
portion   In   whicli
���Lo*
the
IS	
14.SS430
31.
a 7
10 4 23
Vl"*'J3
10  4  23
S.   10
...10.
S.   10        11.
12.
Subd.
4
5
6
7
g
9
10
11
1
2
3
4
8
9
10
11
6
7
5
6
15
16
IS
19
1
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3
4
5
9
10
11
12
5
6
9
10
13
14
20
Rt-
Sllhd.
Name of Owner
Frontage
Ft.
Ovens, Thomas  	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones,  Henry A	
Jonas, Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones. Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Hyrne, Prlscilla A	
Thomas, W.	
Thomaf, W	
Shurpe,   James   S	
Henderson, Abraham M..
Hansen, Christian   	
Hood, John W	
Mollard,   Robert   	
Sand.   Benjamin A	
Coatham,  Maggie   	
Murray, John	
Burns,   John   W	
Cunningham, George  ..
Dawe,  Samuel J	
Galney,   Josiuh   	
Cunningham, James  ....
Lughton, George  	
Lughton, George  	
Swain, Samuel  	
Swain, Samuel  	
Swain. Samuel   	
Barbaree, T. H	
Morgan, Harry 1)	
Morgan,   Harry   I)	
Swain,  Gad   	
Smith,  Joseph  W	
Smith,  Joseph W	
Smith,  Joseph  \V	
Yorkshire Guarantee and
Security  Corporation
Thompson,  Isabella A.  ..
Richmond.  Stanley   	
Heath,  Wlllla H	
.'20
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
Do
46.75
46.75
46.75
46.75
74.25
74.25
66
66
66
66
74.25
74.25
59.40
59.40
59.40
59.40
59.40
66
55
55
65
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
Annual
Pay'm't
136.76
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
9.21
9.21
9.21
9.21
5        7.81
5        7.81
'5        7.81
'5        7.S1
II      12.42
12.42
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
12.42
12.42
9.93
9.93
9.93
9.93
9.93
11.02
9.21
9.21
9.21
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
CITY  or NBW WRSTMISITRB.
-l.mrmr ��trrrt  tram  Calanabla  *���  ������������   Streets   1'aved      Roadway      l.srat
l>>roTMnt   Debenture   Aaaamamemt   By-Law,  1011."
Schedule  showing  the   real  property  Immediately benefited and  the proportion  in which the assessment ls male on per foot frontage:
Blk.
C.13
Lni
Subd.
Re-subd
Name   of    Owner
Sup.
rest
CITY OF   NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
FRONT  STREET SEWER  LOCAL IMPROVEMENT    DEBENTURE    ASSESSMENT BY-LAW, 1911.
SCHEDULE showing the Real Property   Immediately   benefitted   and
the proportion ln which the Assessment ls made on per foot frontage:
Re- Annual
Blk.Lot.     Sub. Subd.   Name of Owner Frontage. Payment.
C.6   1 Swanson   Alfred    66   ft       $14.09
2   W.pt.   S.%       Swanson   Alfred    22  ft. 4.70
S.H   of    M.%       Trapp  T.  J 24   ft. 5.12
E. Pt. Waghorn J. W.  &  Martin  H 20 ft. 4.27
1       3   W.H Waghorn   J. W. & Martin H.  ..33 ft. 7.05
E.V6 Lees     Limited    33  ft. 7.05
'.4    W.pt. Lees    Limited    11   ft. 2.36
E.pt. Trapp   T. J. & Co. Ltd 55 ft. 11.75
5   S.% Edwards  Charles W. et at ...66 ft. 14.09
6 Myers  T.C. et al   66 ft. 14.09
7 W.pt Myers  T.  C.  et al    22 ft. 4.70
8 Pearson Thomas R 66 ft. 14.09
9 Hamley F.   T 66  ft. 14.09
10 Cunningham James   ..66 ft. 14.09
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the properties In the Schedule above mentioned tbe sums of '
money annually for twenty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for thetrlal of complaints and appeals against the assessment so pro
posed- to be made will be held on Friday the 27th day of October, 1911, !
commencing at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at the Council Chamber fn the
City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal
from such intended assessment must be served upon'die Clerk 'of the
Municipal  Council at least eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
Dated this 27th day of September.mil.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
THIRD STREET LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DEBENTURE ASSESSMENT HYLAW, 1911.
SCHEDULE showing the Real Propeity immediately benefitted ami
the proportion  in  which tlie   Assessment Is made on per   foot frontage:
Annual
Re- Front-     Pay-
Blk.        Lot.    Subd.      Subd. Name of Owner. age.      ment.
C.34         8         A. .         Corbould   Gordon   E....66   ft. J30.17.
4 Corbould Gordon E.  ..  132 ft. 60.34
7&8         1                             ���   Vidal James H 66 ft. 30.17
2 Johnston  John  J 66   ft 30.17
3 Mackay J. J 66  ft. 30.17
4                                      Schaake Kate    66 ft 30.17
S.5 B S.H W.i/4 Rae Jessie    1"32  ft.     60.34
8 S.����      Npt. Gray  Alexander B 66  ft.     30.17
9 2 Rand Artuhur E    66 ft.     30.17
3 Clute  Mary L.  R 50  ft.     22.86
4 Gifford Annie A 66 ft.     30.17
5 Gardner   Eliza  J 66 ft.      30.17
C1&62 7 to 10 1 Gardner, Eliza J 52.8 ft. 24.13
2 McNeil A. T 48.8  ft 22.30
3 Cliffe  Ronald  B 26.8  ft. 12.26
4 Sinclair James  W.   ...52.8 ft. 24.13
u Ellv  Reuben       52.8ft. 24.13
11                         McLeod Alfred W 66 ft, 30.17
63                                    C.orion  Marv  C 66 ft. 30.17
04&65 1                   Gifford Lucy &. Thos. Jr. 63 ft. 28.80
5.5 C4&05    2                                            Rogers,   Mary   S 63 ft 28.80
3 Lyle,  Frank   B 73 ft.      33.36
5.6 5       1 Wintemute,  Jane   (est)..66 ft.      30.17
4 Reid,  Alex,   (estate)   ..45.5ft.      20.80
5 Pt.  22 Reid. Alex,   (estate)    22 ft.      10.06
6 Bai.  of   5 Lane,  Robt. &  Wm 69 ft.      31.55
7 Smith,   Franklin    45.5 ft.     20.80
43       8 Wlndebank,   Hori    50 ft      22.86
7      N.  % ,       Truman,   William   H 86 ft. 39.20
S.  hi Windebank,   Hori    84 ft 38.40
1 Oliver,   Elizabeth     55 ft 25.15
41&4'2   6 Barnett,   Louisa   M 52.5 ft. 24.00
7 Burden,   J.   K 50 rt. 22.86
8 Young,   Murdock    50 ft. 22.86
9 Young.  Pete H 50 ft. 22.86
10 . Boughen.   E.   J 50 ft.      22.86
11 Boughen.   E.   J 50 ft.      22.86
12 '    Bemhrach,   L.   J 50 ft.      22.86
13 to 18       1 West.   Home  &.  Imr>. Co.51 ft.      23.32
2 West. Home  &.   Imp.  Co.51 ft. 23.32
3 West. Home  &   Imn. Co.51 ft. 23.32
4 West. Home  &   Imp. Co.51 ft. 23.32
5 West. Home  &   Imp. Co.51 ft. 23.32
S.7 2.30&3.31  1 Doig, Arthur     66 ft. 30.17
18 Calhcck,  John   A 66 ft.     30.17
19 McKenzie.   John     66 ft.     30.17
36 Rees.   Richard    66 ft.     30.17
4.29      6 Broad.   Emilv     60 ft. 27.43
7 Peebles.   Peter    60 ft. 27.43
8 Waitt.   M.   W.,   &.  Co....60 ft. 27.43
S.7        4.29      9 S. Vs                           Cunningham.   James   ...30ft 13.72
9 N.  % Todhunter.   Thomas    30 ft      13.72
10 Lane,   William     60 ft.      27.43
* 11 Christian,  W.  D 60 ft. 27.43
12 Whiteside. W.  .1 60 ft. 27.41
13 Murray,   William    60 ft. 27.43
33 Shaw, James  Pearson   ..60 ft. 27.43
S.10     2&3     9 . Loree,   James   C 66 ft. 30.17
10 Loree,   James   C 66 ft 30.17
27 Banton,   Lucy    66 ft. 30.17
28 Croll. James  A  66 ft. 30.17
4        6 Burnett,   Mavia    61ft 27.88
7 Croll.   James   A 61ft. 27.88
18 Horton.   William     61 ft. 27.88
19 Etherington,   Arthur   E..61 ft 27.88
Tlpperary  Park City   New   Westminster561 ft. 256.67
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN  tbat   the  Corporation   of  the     City    of
New  Westminster intends to pass a Local   Improvement   Assessment   Bylaw  at-sessine  the  properties in the schedule   above   mentioned   the  sums
of  money   annually   for   thirty   years set  opposite each lot. and  Court of
Revision for the trial of complaints and   anneals   agvinst the   assessment
���o proposed to be made will be held on   Friday,  tlie 27th  day  of October.
��� 1911. commencing at  10 o'clock in the   forenoon   at  the  Council   Chamber
In the City Hall, New Westminster. British  Columbia,  and  any   notice  of
anpeai  from auch Intended  assessment must be served upon the Clerk of
the Municipal Connell at  least eight, days prior to such Court of Revision.
Dated this 27th day of September, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
i*.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-Law assessing the, properties ln the Schedule above mentioned the sums of money
annually for twenty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for
tlie trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be
made will be held on Friday, the 27thday of October, 1911, commencing at
10 o'clock In the forenoon at the Council Chamber In the City Hall, New
Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended
assessment must be served upon the Clerk or the Municipal Councll at least
eight daya prior to auch Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Dated the 27th day of September, 1911.
CITV    OF    NBW    WESTMINSTER.
"Maekenfe Street from Calnmbla   to Agnes streets Paved Roadway Local
laaaroveatnt  Debenture   Aaaeaameal    By-Law, ISII."
���Schedule showing the  Real  Property Immediately benefitted and the proportion In which the Assessment ls made on per fool frontage: ���
��� Re- Annual ,
I  lLot        Subd.        Subd.
Blk.
C. 13
I   I
Name of Owner
Sun. ft. Paymt.
...    10
17
21
22
1
8
8
Court House	
Carnegie Library .
C. 2a
S.  55
N.  77
Dominion government  .   612,125
McNamara,   Mary,   and
Clarke,  W,   N      612,125
Collister,  W.  S      726,000
Gulchon,  L.   (estate)..     726.000
Kales, W. E    1650,000
Pringle,  Michael         687.000
Hardman, Alfred      962,500
.Provincial Gov't       2271.500
. Citj- Xew Westm'ster.   3712,500
$ 43.93
43.93
52.10
52.10
UN.40
49.30
69.07
163.01
266.41
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City ot New
Westminster Intends to paws a Local Improvement Assessment By-Law assessing the properties in the Schedule above mentioned the sums of money
annually for thirty years set opposite each lot, and ('our; of Revision for the
trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment su proposed to he made
will be held on Friday, the 27th day ef October, 1911, commencing at 10 o'clock
in the forenooon at the Council Chamber in the City Hall. New Westminster,
British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such intended assessment
must he served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least eight days
prior  to such  Court  of  Revision.
Dated  thla  27th  day   of September,  1911.
W. A. DUNCAN,
4 City Clerk.
CITY   OF   XEW \VEST*IIXSTKH.
"Front Street from Eighth Street to Schaake Mnrblne Wnrka, Cement Slilr-
"II* Kerbs aad Hrtatnlna Walla Local Improvement Debenture Vaaeaa-
memt   Bylaw,   ����it.���� .  ,   .l ���        ,
Schedule  showing  the  Real  Property   immediately   benefitted   and    the      proportion In which  the Assessment  Is made on per foot frontage:
Blk.
IjOt.
Subd.    Resubd.
C. 1 ...
.     1   &  2
..    ..     3
     4
C.5    	
      1
 2
 2
 2
 3
 4
 5
     6,  7
     8
     9
     10
      11
C.6     . ..
C.6 '....
     1
'.'.'.'...    3
     4
Lytton
C.7    . ..
Square
......    1
     2
    J
    4
     5
     6
     7
      8
..    9,  15
W.
1-3
M.
24'
E.
20'
W.
1-2
B.
1-2
W.
pt.
B.
pt.
Name  of  Owner. Frontage
B. C. Electric Ry. Co.   ..132  ft.
Peck & I'reston       66 ft.
Keary,   W.   H    66 ft.
Swanson,    A    66 ft.
do        22 ft.
Trapp,   T.   J    24  ft.
Waghorn,   ,T.   W.   and
Martin   H    20 ft.
do       33 ft.
Lees,  Limited       33 ft.
do        11  ft.
Trapp,   T.   J.   Co.   Ltd.. .   55 ft.
Edwards,  C.   W.,   Blatch-
ley,   A.,   and   Beynon,   E.  66 ft.
Myers, T. C. & R. H., &
Daniels,   Ethel   B	
Pearson,  Thomas   R.   . .
Hamley.  F.  T	
Cunningham.   James   . .
Drew,   George   	
Thomas,   Ellis   	
Trutch,   Sir Joseph   W..
Lafferty,   A.   N	
Douglas.   John  and  J.   A.  66  ft.
Cltv of New  Westminster        132  ft.
do        66  ft.
Countryman,  John   E.   ..   66 ft.
Hurliman, J. H. &  Eade
T	
V.    V.    &   E.    Ry	
Peters,   A.   G.   &   Mary   .
Brinton,   Caleb    	
Jnhnaton,   W.   Estate   . .
Annandale,   T.   S :
Schaake   Machine
Works.    Limited     462  ft
88 ft.
66 ft.
66 ft.
66 ft.
66 ft.
66 ft.
66 ft.
66  ft.
6G ft.
66 ft.
.66 ft.
f,ti ft.
66 ft.
66  ft.
.nnual
Pay't.
; 41.10
20.55
20.65
20.55
6.86
7.48
6.24
10.28
10.28
3.44
17.14
20/55
27.42
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
���20.55
20.55
20.55
41.10
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
143.87
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster Intends to pass a Locnl Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing the properties in the Schedule above mentioned thc sums of money
annually for thirty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for
the trial of complaints and appeals against thc assessment so proposed to
l>i* made will be held on Friday, lhe 27th day of October, 1911. commencing
at 10 o'clock In thn forenoon at the Council Chamber in the City Hall, New
Westminster. British Columbia, end any notice of appeal from such intended
assessment must be sarved upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least
eight daya prior to such Court of Revision. DUNCAN
Dated   the J7th  day   nf  September,   1911. City   Clerk.
CITY  OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
"I!rgble    Stret    from < ���   ���lnmli'n    tn   Carnarvon   Streeta   Paved   Roadway
Local    Improvement   Debenture    Assessment   By-Law,   1011."
Schedule   ahowlng   the   real   property   immediately     benefited     and   tin-
proportion   in   which   the   assessment    Is  made on per foot frontage:
lUk.
C.1Z
C.13
Lot
t-2
3
4
5
1
3
4
4
Sub.
N.E.i
N.l
S.W.1
N.l
of
Re-subd
N.E.I
Name of Owner
Annual
Frontage    Pay't
Waghorn,   James   K 66ft. $66.02
Majorlbank   Hon.   Coutts 66ft. 66.02
Hnnkey, G.  Alers 66ft. 66.02
Hankey, G.  Alers 66ft. 66.02
Westminster Trust & Safe
Deposit   Co."    ��6ft. 66.02
Kennedy,    Robert     33ft. 33.01
Shlnobu,   C 33ft. 33.01
Howes,   J.  G.   and Hamp-
.      ton,   Robert     33ft. 33.01
5 ...... *..... Wallace,   James   S 66ft. 66\02
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
W<-r.lmtnster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-Law assessing the properties In the Schedule above mentioned the sums of money
���nnually for thirty years set opposite each lot. and Court of Revision for
���he trial ot complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed
(0 he made will be held on Friday, the 27th day of October, 1911, commene-
rm at 10 o'clock In the forenoon at the Council Chamber In the City Hall,
N'ew Westminster, British Columbia, any notice of appeal from such intended
;!5sessmcnt must bo served . upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
Dated   this   27th   day   of   September, 1911.
i W.   A.   DUNCAN,
' '"-       V   "   ' r   ���   M City  Clerk.
Court
C.24
3
4
4
5
5
25
House
6
S.E-i
N.E.I
N.E.I
S.E.J
*st*
8'
9
Carnegie  Ub.
Westminster      Trust      &
Stp^>      Safe   Deposit Co 693
Kennedy,   Robert        462
Howes,   J.   G.   and   Hampton,   Robert        462
Corbould, Gordon   E 462
W etheral,   J    462
McQuarrie.     W.     G.     and
Whoaller.  Ansui       462
Trapp,   T.   J    693
Provincial    Government. .21541
Smyth,  Robert    1650
Smyth,  Robert    1650
, IS    C.     Permanent     Loan
,75a      Co 1650
Diamond,  J.   H., Corbould,
��,        G. B. and George, J. K.  1650
City   of   N.   Westminster 7424
Annual
Paym't
|M.tl
19.94
19.94
19 94
19.94
19.94
29.91
93.0��
71.24
71.24
71.24
71.24
320.6K
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-Law assessing the properties In the Schedule above mentioned the sums of money
annually for thirty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for
the trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to ba
made wlll bo held on Friday the 27th day of October, 1911, commencing at
10 o'clock In the forenoon at the Councll Chamber In the City Hall. New-
Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended
utsessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Munelpal Council at least
eight  days  prior   to  such  court  of  Revision.
Dated  thla 27th day of September, 1911.
- . #  '-1^ -^ W.  A.  DUNCAN.
-     * . -a * City Clerk.
CITY  OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
'���Eighth Street from Hoyal Avenue to   Sixth     Avenue    Cement     Sldewulka,
Locnl   Improvement   Debenture   Aaaeaamrnt Bylaw, 1911."
Schedule showing  the  Real  Property  Immediately    benefited    and  the
portion  In  which  the  Assessment  la made on  per foot frontage:
Blk. Lot.
Toronto   Place
do
Reserve
C.35   ..10
..U
Subd.
N.66
M.66
S.66
N.66
M.66
S.66
S.S
18
19, 20,21
53
S.5
S.6
Resubd.    Name   of  Owner.      Frontage.
     City  of New   Weatminater     165 ft.
     do     166 ft.
     Provincial  Government   396 ft.
 Galbralth.  Hugh
(Estate)         66 ft.
     do       66 ft.
      Vase,   Christina,  M 66 ft.
      Myers,  Joseph       66 ft.
     Gilley,  James  R.
(Estate)       66 ft.
     do        66 ft.
      Gilley,   Herbert    165 ft.
     Duncan, D. Annie       66 ft.
     Johnson, Janus     66 ft.
     Johnson,   Thomas    66 ft.
     Johnson,  William Angus 66 ft.
12
13
.31
S.7
8
9
10
11
11
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
4
5
6
7
1
6   *   S
10 of 7
7
lo
1&2
N 1-2
S 1-2
66
66
66
66
66
66
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
N 1-2
8 1-2
N.  66
Gilley,   Walter   A	
Gilley,  Annie  F	
do    	
Sprott,   Mary   	
Sprott.   John   II	
Grimmer,  Lancelot, J'..
Emerson,  Sadie       66
Gamon,   John   G 66
Cunningham,   James   ...165
Ovens,   Thomas    220
Adams,   Alexander   ...  5S ft.
I'lux.   Louisa        55 ft.
Freeman,  M.   Eddy fin ft.
Kimble, Martha M. ..27.50 ft.
(ilanvilie, Alfred A...27.50 ft.
Ml 1 barry, Belle C. ...46 75 ft.
Trustees  Free   Methodist
Church     46.75  ft.
Hrown,    William     46.75 fl.
Fletcher,   Robert   J.    ..46.75   ft.
Dunn,   ('.   C    48  ft.
Gregory,   Anthony        47  ft.
Ackley,   Abraham       47  ft.
d< 23.5   ft.
Nelson,   Perl    23.5  ft.
do         47  ft.
Gilley,  Fanny   B 47 ft.
Gilley.   Kmmersoii  Geo.
Peterson,   Etal   	
47  ft
66  ft.
10,  23
13,  14
23,  24
70 ft.
56 ft
.   66 ft.
49.5 ft.
49.5 ft.
4��.l> ft.
K2.5 ft.
.   66 ft.
s.l
N.l
S.10
Archlbold,   BUsabeth   G.
Hrown,  Leopold T	
Hudson,   Naomi   	
Hrown,   1 |,..l,l   T	
do    	
Waters,   Denta	
Bray,  D. I', and Minnie
Dunn,   C.   C	
Westminster     Trust   &
Safe   Deposit  Co    49.5ft.
Westminster     Trust   &
Safe  Deposit Co 49.5ft.
Chappell,   John        49.5ft.
Chappell,   John        49.6ft.
Cnappell,   John        49.5ft.
Chappell.    John        49.5ft.
Innes,  Alexander       65   ft.
iWormell,   Nelson   and
Paulina       55   ft.
Hudson,   Naomi        55   ft.
Gaudin,   Bllsa   Jane....   55   ft.
Gaudin,   Eliza   Jane....   65   ft.
Fraser,   Mary        65   ft.
Smith, M. L.
Chapman, R
Chapman,   R
    59.4ft.
K 594ft.
K 59.4ft.
12
10
11
S.19
11
13
16
17
18
l
12
13
14
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
S.J
N.l
Chapman,   R.   K  59.4ft.
Douglas,   Robert   E  59.4ft.
Douglas,    John    V  59 4ft.
Storm,   Edward        69.4
Hardman,   Alfred      59.4ft.
Hardman,   Alfred     59.4ft.
Hardman,   Alfred    .   ... 59.4ft.
Hcmbrough,   Elizabeth 59.4ft.
Lane,   Robert  59.4ft.
Sprott,   Mary      69 4ft.
Sprott.   Mary     29.7H.
Ackerman,  Augusta  M. .29.7ft.
Ackerman,   Augusta   M. 59.4ft.
Saunders,   Edwin    ..... 66   ft.
Wilson,   Mary   Jane   ... 55   rt.
Huntley,   Margaret   M.. 55   ft.
Baker,    Arthur    F  55   ft.
Summers,   William   .... 66   ft.
pro-
Win ua!
.'ay't.
124.35
24.35
58.4��
9.73
9.73
9.73
9.73-
9.73
9.73
24.35
9.73
9.73
9.73
9.73
9.73
9.73
9-73
9.73
9.73
9.73
9.73
���     9.73
24.35
32.45
8.10
8 10
8.10
4.05
4.05
��.9I>
6.90
6.9D
6.90
7.08
6.93
CIS
3 Hi
3.4S
fi.9.1
fi.9^
MS
9.73
1 L10
N.26
B.TS
T.��0
7.30
7.SO
12.10
9.73
$7.30
7.30
7 30
7 30
7.30
7 30
810
8.10
8.10
8.10
8.10
8.10
8.75
8.75
8.75
875
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
4.37
4.37
875
9.73
8.10
8.10
8.10
9.73
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of Xew
Westminster Intends to pass a i/ocal Improvement Assessment By-Law assessing the properties In the Schedule above mentioned the sums o f money
annually for twenty years set opposlteeach 1 ot, and Court of Revision for the
trial of complaints nnd appeals against tlie assessment so proposed to lie made
will he held on Friday, the 27th day of October, 1911, commencing at 10
o'clock In the forenoon at the Council Chamber in the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
Dated this 27th day of September,  1911.
W. A.  D1T-NCAN,
City  Cleric-
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THURSDAY,   SEPTEMBER   28,   1911.
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Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that John Gould, of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation broker,!
Intends to appiy for permission lo
purchase the following described
i lands: Commencing at a pest plant-
at a point on the westerly shore of
reen lake, which point is situate
nut 60 chains southwesterly from
northerly end of tbe said Green
le: thenoe west 40 chains, thence
|th 40 chains, thence east 40
{Ins more or less, to the shora ot
en lake, thence northerly follow-
the shore of Green lake to the
Bint ot commencement, containing
166 acres more or less.
JOHN OREHR,
Agent for John Gould.
Dated Aagust 28, 1911.
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Coast
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THUR8DAY8
for Prince Rupert, Refuge Bay, Queen
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Leave Vancouver 12 Midnight
TUE8DAY8 AND SATURDAYS
for Victoria and Seattle.
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THUR8DAY, 8EPT 28th.
for Powell River, Campbell River,
Alert Bay, Hardy Bay, Rivers Inlet,
Namu, Ocean Falls, Bella Bella, Swanson Bay, Lowe Inlet, Claxton, Port
Essington.
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the fractional northwest quarter
of section    7, township    11    nil
sores), Langley Farm, part of lot 3,
subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group
2, New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 7721F, issue!
In the name of Colon    McLeod,   has
been flled in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at tbe expiration of one month from
-the date of the first publication hereof. In a dally newspaper published in
���the city of New Westminster, Issue a
-duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
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District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.   New   West-
minster, B.C., July 11. 1911.
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LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Re Lots 1, 2 and 3, In Block 6, Lot
10, In Block 50, and Lots 7 and 8, in
Block 51, all in the subdivision of District Lot five hundred and forty (540),
In the City of Vancouver.
Whereas proof of loss of certlflcate
of title No. 9278A, to the above name!
property Issued in the name of
Thomas Willfam Klngsmlll has been
filed in this office. Notice Is hereby
given that I shall at the expiration of
���one month from date of first publication hereof Issue a duplicate of said
certlflcate of title, unless In the meantime valid objection be made to me ln
writing.
Dated at the Land Registry Office
-this 8th day of September. 1911.
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District Registrar.
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HE STOPPED SHORT.
Rsason 'For th* Peculiar Signature en
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Many peculiar Kt^uariirea In the
course of h season lied themselves
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"Wm."
Only tbat and nothing morel
There ls no surname, no address,
uothlng at all but Just "Wm."
This ls tbe way It happened:
A well dressed man entered tbe hotel the otber day and followed his
b��gs to the desk. Tbe register was
swung around Into position for bim
and a pen handed him by tbe gentlemanly desk clerk. Tben, ln a free,
swinging hand, he wrote tbe accepted
abbreviation uf his flrst name, "Wm."
Ar If a thought bud suddenly occurred to him, be stopped writing and
looked up.
"What do you charge for a single
room bere by tb* day7" be asked.
"Three, four, flve snd six dollars,''
answered tbe clerk.
"Ain't you got no dollar rooms?"
"No, we bave no dollar rooms.
Three, four, flve and six."
"Cosh!" be said, and he didn't look
the part either. "This la no place fot
me. Gimme my luggage."*
And he sneaked out of the hotel as
ene wbo had trodden on sacred ground.
Which Is why on the register today
Is tbe odd signature:
"Wm."���San Francisco Chronicle.
ERIN'S ANCIENT KINGS.
Untimely   Death   Was  the   Rule   Per
Menerchs of Old Ireland.
Tla ould Olreland can bate tbem all,
begorra. wben tt cornea to talkln' of
kings and coronations! Por tbere was
probably a king ef Ireland when Noah
was building hls ark. Tbere certaluly
was one In 1300 B. C Te be sure,
though, Ireland's ancient monarebs
mostly came to unhappy ends, either
dying of tbe plague, being assassinated
er killed In battle, saya London Answers.
Por Instance. King Lugbaldb. wbo
reigned in ibe second century, was
killed by being thrust through the eye
with a spear during a conspiracy. His
successor. Feargus, was assassinated
by order of tbe uext comer. Cormac--
Ulfliada, wbo. however, was merely
choked to death by a flsh bone at i
supper.
"Slain by bis successor," indeed, waa !
tbe fate of very many Irish kings, but
of Conga I Cloumagbalr,  wbo died in |
603,  it ls simply  but eloquently  re |
corded tbst he "died suddenly."    He
was a "cruel persecutor of tbe Irish ;
church."    lu  31IS   King   Datby   was!
killed  by a  thunderbolt,  while King'
Connor died of grief in 837.   And one '
of the greatest of tbem all, the valiant���
Brian  Borolhme. was aesa���lasted tn
1014 while at prayer after he bad defeated the Danes at Cloatarf.
It ls hardly surprising to learn that
four of Erin's kings resigned their
crowns to become peaceful, cloistered
monks.
Water Neeessary Per Crops.
A grass plant will In tbe course of a
hot day exbale Its own weight of water, and a young leaf of wheat or rye
exposed to the sun may even exbale
Its own weight ln an hour. Experiments summarised by Storer Indicate
tbat "more tban 300 pounds of water
pass through a plant and are transpired from Its leaves for every pound
of dry matter fixed or assimilated by
the plant" In Wisconsin. King fouud
the mean amount of water used by
barley, oats, corn, clover, peas and potatoes lo producing a ton of dry matter ranged from 270 tons for corn to'
67G tons for clover, "tbe average for.
tbe six crops being nearly 450 tons, or
four acre lncbes for each ton of dry
matter." ��� Agricultural Department
Tear Book.
The Magnetic Needle.
There are two places on the earth's j
surface   where   the   magnetic   needle [
must point due south.    Tbey are not !
easy places to reach.    One Is In the {
arctic  regions  north  pf the northern
magnetic pole, on the line between that!
pole and tbe geographical north pole.
Tbe other ls In tbe antarctic regions.,
south of the southern  magnetic pole.
on the line between that spot and tbe
geographical south pole.    In tbe tlrstj
case the point of the needle Is attracted to the northern magnetic pole.   In
the second case the other end of tbe
needle  Is  attracted  to  the southern
maguetii* pole.
Reasonable Pea*
"Jolro. ls that your
"Yesh. Mary." I
"What ln the world are yon dolnsj
down there? Why don't ytih come up
to bed?"
"I'm afraid of gettln' hurt en theee
darnnl revolvin' stalrsb." ��� Chicago
Record-Herald.
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
It pays to advertise
��� IN ���
���  THE daiuy news.
Tact.
He (to second wifet-I an glad to*
be in tbis charming spot once more,
8he-l thought you were here on your
bridal tour with your flrat wife. Here*, but 1 waa so much In love 1 never
saw the landscape.-FUegende Blatter.
Ne Free Hend Drawing.
Bon-Father. I've decided to become
an artist    Have yon any objection?;
Father-No. provided yon don't draw'
oa me.���Boeton Transcript  ���
Mean.
"What did the lady mj
told ber 1 was out?"
"Sbe smiled and said. ���FSUsf* ast
always an unlucky daj,'*
Mr. Advertiser
When you have grasped the fact that
THE DAILY NEWS
is all-important  in  New  Westminster
and district, and
IS CIRCULATED FREELY
AMONG BUYERS OF
YOUR WARES
then   our uncommonly  low  rate  will
appeal to your ideas of economy.
LET US TALK IT OVER
We want to show you why
The Daily News
IS NEW WESTMINSTER'S
PAPER TO ADVERTISE IN EIGHT
THE DAILY NE#flL>
THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER  28,  1911.
I
CiTYb News
Mr.   I.   Hudson  left  yesterday   for       Mr. J. W.   McKee, of   Snohomish
Chicago on a pleasure trip.    He will   was in the city yesterday on a bust
be  Joined  there  later  by   Mrs.  Hud-   ness trip,
son. I
R. Morrison,
Hrown In the
peck o'  want"
J. Graham and T. Q.
trio "Willie brew'd a
at Scotch concert. **
Mrs. J. S. HenderEon will not receive today, but will be at home to
all her friends on the last Thursday
In October.
Transfer
See P. Peebles' ad. on page four for
rooming house bargain. **
Councillor H. D. Benson, of Delta, j
was in the city yesterday on a busi-1
ness trip.
I     Miss   Murray,   of   Glasgow,     Scotland, wlll sing at the Scotch concert
I October 4. ������
BRILLIANT PRESENTATION
We have a full line of up-to-
date tools. See ue before you
buy.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
W  s^"".
A
farther
If y ju are looking for a man
who knows Insurance from
A to Z. That's my business.
This is the only office in town
given up exclusively to the
business of Insurance. You
will be making no mistake to
come here.
Alfred W. McLeod
���30*.
INSURANCE^
657 Columbia St.,    .
Phone  62. New  Westminster,
Mr.   J.   Standlsh,   of   Georgetown,
Take the steamer Transfer for    a|
round trip Saturday afternoon. Leaves I      ,    . ,,      .,     ,...    ,���,.,,
BlackmanPKer wharf at I o clock. M    ��� Jgjf. ���SJSi��& 'M* "
Alderman J. Henley  was at Lang- |	
julge ot the
ESTABLISHED 188.!.
TO BUY
HotWat^^
We have a Big Stock and
guarantee every one to give
satisfaction or your money
refunded.
Prices   from   One   Dollar
and Fifty Cents.
SEE SHOW WINDOW
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO GOODS
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
Phone 43:   L. D. 71:
New    Westminster.
Res. 72.
B.  C.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth  Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMINSTER : B.C.
The Dr. Scholl's
FOOT - EAZER
Corrects fallen arches, sustains weak insteps, relieves
corns, bunions, callouses and
all   foot  afflictions.      Also
BUINIOIN-RIGHT
A practical invention that Instantly and permanently rights
bunion troubles.
8EE OUR WINDOW.
MlI'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster. B.C.
ley yesterday acting
local fall fair.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison, of
Calgary, who are at present visiting
tbe coast cities, were in Westminster yesterday.
Sale of reserve seats for the,, Scottish concert wlll open at MacKenzie's
drug store on Saturday morning. **
Messrs. M. J. Mannering and E. T.
Hacking, of Red Deer, were In Westminster yesterdav, and registered at
the Hotel Russell.
D. E. Munn. manager of the, P. J.
Hart company at Chilliwack. was in
the city yesterday in connectlOp., with
the business of the company.     *
Eyes tested for glasses; satisfaction guaranteed by W. Gifford.
graduate optician. Optician parlors
In T.  Gifford's Jewelry store.      **
The public schools in this city will
be closed all day Thursday and Friday, Oct. 5 and 6, to allow the children to enjoy the exhibition thoroughly. In previous years they have
had two half days and all Friday.
Hear Miss Alvina Munn at the
Scotch concert, October 4.   > sj   ?,*���
Word has been received here'that
Che government's big bucket^ dredge,
Mastadon, will be transferred .from
Port Alberni to Vancouver about the
middle of October. Her first work
will be on the First Narrows.
Social dances will be given October 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in Eagles hall.
Ostrum's   orchestra. ,.   **
J. P. Bllodeau left on Saturday for j
Montreal, where he will enter McGill university in fourth year medl-1
cine. G. T. Bilodeau left for Columbia university, Portland, on Sunday,
to resume his studies In eosipetk-
Ing there.
The sale of Z. Mechand's big
ranch at Berry Station lh Langley
Prairie Is repotted. The purchasers
are, It is understood, a Vancouver-
firm, and propose subdividing lt Into
town lots and truck garden - holdings.
Are you going to the grand opening of the roller skating season- at
the Pythian rink, Eighth street, on
Mondav night ? Admission, gentlemen li) cents, ladies free: skates 25
cents. Everything has been brought
up to date and the season promises
to he a banner one. **
Although Secretary C. S. Wade, of
the hoard of trad", ls absent from j
tbe city in connection with the j
forthcoming potato show in New
York, the monthly meeting of the
board will be held this evening in
the city hall nt eight o'clock. The
meeting should have been held last
Thursday, but was postponed owing
to the elections.
Inasmuch as the board of directors
of the Y. M. C. A. will have to meet
a payment on the Y. M. C. A. bulld-
, ing within the next few days, any of
the friends who have not yet paid
their subscriptions are requested to
do so as soon as possible. Remittance can be made to Mr. R. F.
Wa'ker at the Westminster Trust,
or to Will Anderson, general secretary. **
As a result of the tie up of the In-
terurban cars on--Tuesday night, a
large numher of Westminster people
who wero in Vancouver for the
shows found it difficult to eet home
again and remained in the Tefrtiinal
City all night. A similar numher of
Vancouver visitors to Westminster
found themselves up against thc
same transportation problem, and remained in the city over night as
registered guests of the local hotels.
Roller skating is again to Ihp all I
the rage this season In Westmln- j
ster and the management of the
Pythian rink on Eighth street, which
opens on Monday night, have completed arrangements for the wants
of patrons to he attended to in the
same courteous manner as ln past
years.    .loin in the merry throng.  ���*
Mrs. E. M. Hominy, who Is ratir-
ing from business, wishes to thank
her many friends in the cltry and |
district for their very kind patronage daring the time she was proprietor of the Arrow Press job printing
office. **
Local merchants are digging deeply In their pockets these days, the
committee in charge of the subscription list for the R. A. ti. I, society
started out yesterday to raise funds
to help defray the enormous expenses which will he incurred during
the forthcoming week. Those who
are oat after the money expect to
hand over to tht chief executive a
sum in the neighborhood' of $?,(I0D
from this city, while a like stim Is
looked for from those who are fine-
combing  Vancouver.
WANTED���THE RESIDENTS OF
New Westminster and Sapperton to
know that I am now operating the
only pasteurized bottled milk plant
in the city, and will be pleased to
deliver to any part of the city and
Sapperton, nine quarts for $1.00.
Phone your order to R873, or write
the Glen Tana Dairy, Queensborough, Lulu Island.
TYPE AND
trsmmsswrnnfmrntmsmsmsm
Anyone who will give the question a moment's consideration must
come "to the conclusion-that there
is a wide division between "type/'
which is. the bpsis of "cut on the
block" system clothing, and "Individualism," the basis of clothing
cut singly and expressly for a
single individual.
The "type" system may produce
the effect of similarity, but it    13
Impossible to produce    exactitude
by it.   Bear this in mind, the experienced - tailor is bound to produce  exactitude   because   he    obtains correct    measurements    and
particularly because he    has    uie
living form  before him  which  requires  its;    own    particular    considerations to be properly draped.
You will acknowledge my assertions to be facts if you bring them
to the test with me.
GALVIN
LADIES AND MEN'S
TAILOR
46 Lorne Street, New Westminster.
Of DISTINCTIVE EVENING APPAREL
Were the customer to travel to New York for the purpose of attaining rare
distinction in her evening dress, she would only accomplish what we have
done in our NEW EVENING GARMENTS. Every one is truly a model of
the rarest beauty.   Featuring all the new style touches.
THEY ARE ALL MARKED TO SAVE YOU DOLLARS
BEAUTIFUL  DRE88 OF FAWN CHIFFON.
Over white silk; kimona sleeve; V yoke of gllted
lace; one side effect of silk; French knotted; high
waist line; belt of braided silk; loose panel ot
silk; overskirt effect with band of silk; trimmed
with French knots; undersleeve of gllted lace, finished  with  French knots.    Price   $45.00
^������ 111 m*********m*m**a^im*mtmm***tmmmmSs*fm*mmmmmmta
DRESS OF FINE  EMBROIDERED CHIFFON  NET.
Over white satin; shade of bronze green: low neck
and kimona sleeve; high waist line; deep embroidered flounce effect: finished with fold of silk
and  buttons; short sleeves.    Price  $35.00
8TYLISH    DRES8 OF PINK DUCHE8SE 8ATIN.
Kimona sleeve; sailor collar and cuffs; trimmed
with silk Insertion; piped with black chiffon; skirt
with panel effect, trimmed with lace; deep fold at
foot; hand embroidered buttons.   Price $32.5}
DRESS  OF   BEADED  CHIFFON.
Floral design of mauve and white; square neck:
finished wltb three folds of chiffon and black buttons; pipings of black; fancy kimona sleeve; trimmed with fancy silver and mauve insertion; high
waist line and large sash of silk; overskirt effect
finished with trimming and deep satin fold; lined
throughout  with silk.
SILK   FANCY   VOILE   DRESS.
In shade of cadet blue, with shawl effect of draped lace; kimona sleeve;   finished    with    small    tassels;
skirt with fold of silk at knee, finished with tassels; double panel at back.    Price       $45.00
Handsome New Coats for Opera and Evening Wear
Priced from $25.00 to $75.00
Coats of fine chiffon broadcloth;
embroidered and trimmed wlm satin;
blues.
lined throughout with quilted satin:   others   with
shawl and cape effect collars:  In  shades of tans,
silk;   elaborately
greys,  pink  and
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       S1M00.000.00
RE8ERVE    '.2,000,000.00
Brancbee througnout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters ot Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents ln all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bank Dspsrtment���Deposits
received In  sums ot  $1  and upward,
aud Interest allowed at 8 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
I    Total   Assets  over  I186.000.0OO.00
.     NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Improved
I
Ranch
(S!)M���Thirty-five and ono half acres In one of the most fertile
sections of the Kraser Valley. Twelve acres cleared and the balance
is very easy clearing. Buildings comprise seven roomed house in
pood condition, also small barn and a poultry house. Pure spring
water piped to buildings. The soil is a very rich loam and Is particularly  suited to gardening and fruit growing.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 5, 6:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Sunday leaves at 6, 7, 8 a.m. and
every 15 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9 a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and
6:10 p.m.
EXCURSION TO
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers reduced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on its Fraser Valley
line.
Tickets will be on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS  TO
TAKE  THIS  ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
IT PAYS TU ADVERTISE >��
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NE\tfa.  ?_j
This place has sufficient cleared land to give anyone a good
start and out of the profits of fruit, vegetables and poultry would
pay for itself In a few years. < \
*****
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11
ii   Snfotv    Rnrnre   Gillette�� Autostrap,
I rfllSSL   I^aZOTS  Claus,     Ever-Ready
> .      ���
; Also Boker Razors in several styles.
!    AT 	
t * 	
I Ryall's Drug Store
EYE8 TE8TED BY OPTICIAN.
'PHONE 67 WE8TMIN8TER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST  IN TORIC BIFOC4L8.
Public school only half a mile; B. C.
miles.
Electric line two and a half
$2500 Cash
First payment will secure this, balance to arrange.   For full particulars as to price and location see
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
Head Office, New Westminster.      Branches at Vancouver
Chilliwack and Aldergrove, B.C.
Victoria,
E. H. BUCKLIN,
Pree. aad Oenl. Mgr.
N. BEARD8LEB,
Vice-President
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
See. and Treat.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
==   LUMBER CO, LTD.   =====
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phonea No. 7 and 177. Shingles, Sash, Deere, Mouldings, Etc.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 182. ����� E. QILLEY, Phone 281.
Phonee, Office 16 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T,
Wholesale and Retail Dealera In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN
WASHED GRAVEL. AND CLEAN
FIRE BRICK. *
TILE,   CRUSHED    ROCK,
SAND,   PRESSED   BRICK   AND
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