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 ���EE
WHITE, SHILES A CO.
for Improved farm lands In Fraser
Valley,    Coquitlam    and    Burnaby.
628  and   746  Columbia  Street,
Now Westmlnater.
Hail
Mtaw
id of tho
cut-off
���treete
$400 up;
very eaey payments.
WHITE, SHILES * CO.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 178.
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER,  B.C.,  WEDNESDAY   MORNING,  OCTOBER 4, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENT!.
TRIPOLI IS TAKEN
Rome   Paper  Says   Italians
Have Landed.
ITALIAN  FLAG  IS FLYING
Turkish Transport with General and
Troops Said to Havo Havo Boon
Captured���No Confirmation.
London, 'Oct. 3.���Tho last official
word from Tripoli comes from Vlce-
Adniiral Faravellt, of the Italian fleet,
who notified .his government that lie
had given the Turkish commander till
noon yesterday (Tuesday) to surrender.
It Is reported tbat a Turkish transport with a general, hts troops, and
a large quantity of ammunition on
board haa been captured by the
Italian fleet on tbe way to Tripoli.
A Rome paper ls responsible for
the .statement today that an Italian
cruiser entered the Harbor of Tripoli
on Tuesday afternoon and bombarded
the forts and the governor's castle.
The marines from the cruiser tbfen
affected a landing and hoisted the
Italian flag over the citadel. There
Ib. however, no confirmation of the
latter report.
Paris, Oct. 3.���A despatch to the
Temps from Rome this morning says
that according to Information derived
from an official source, tbe bombardment of Tripoli began at 10 o'clock
tbis forenoon.'
Glasgow. Oct. 3.���A private message received today from Jerba, an
island off Tunis, says: "A heliograph
message from Tripoli says that the
bombardment has begun. The ships
are bombarding several places. The
inhabitants are leaving."
Carried Off Turklth  Rifles.
Rome, Oct. 3.���The Italian government has declined the offers of Albanians, Cretans, Servians, Montenegrins, Bulgarians and Greeks tQ go
as volunteers to Tripoli to flght tbe
Turks.
Wireless messages received here
today from the Italian fleet pit Tri
poll state that the city is practically
deserted 'outside the Turkish garrison. The only Italians remaining are
the Apostolic delegate and a few
Franciscan monks.
��� Th�� ���lUlv���� b '
tmrtasr. trmna
MUMll   MOO   _
plan adopt** ���vMqiffjr 1a to
Arab tribes of the   interior   for
guerilla warfare against  the Italians.
Turkish Fleet Scattered.
The commander of an Italian
cruiser, wbicb ls cruising In the
Aegian sea with instructions to
watch for the Turkish fleet confirms
the suspicion entertained here that
the announcement from Constantinople tbat tne Turkish warships had
entered the Dardanelles waa
and was made with the
receiving the Italians.
According to the message received
here from the Italian commander, the
LOSS Of PENSIONS
BAUIKS STRIKE
Many Men Would Go Out If Fear of
Losing Pensions Did Not Deter
Them.
Jackson, Mlsa.. Ott 8.���In a Ight
here tonight which occurred in the
freight yards between strikers and
strikebreakers, and which assumed
the proportions of a small battle,
several men were killed and many
more were wounded.
Governor Hoel has ordered out the
troops at 7:30 tonight and they are
being hurried to the scene. In the
meantime the special train carrying
the strikebreakers continued on its
way to New Orleans.
While lt lasted it is said that the
flght waa of tbe fiercest description
and that no quarter was shown on
either side. It was, ln fact, a pitched
battle between the opposing forces.
Chicago, Oct. S.-*-The pension system which was put In effect several
years ago Is expected by officers of
tbe Harrlman lines to deter a large
number of shopmen from Joining the
strike. Nearly all the men who have
been ln the employment of the com
pany for a number of. years and who
soon will be entitled to retire on a
pension, have remained at work, the
railroad officials say.'
Julius Kruttschnitt, vlce-presi lent
of the Harriman lines, will not place
a time limit within which the shopmen may return to work. He indicat
ed, however, that the strike was not
proving as serious as the railroads
had expected and that a number of
the employees had applied for reinstatement.
8pedal Officer la Killed.
Houston, Tex.. Oct 3.���& J. Pipes,
special officer from Athens, Tex., was
shot and killed just outside the gates
of the shopyards today while en route
with a small party of officers and
strikebreakers from a train to the
yard. S. B. Crockett, another special
officer of the party, who was near
Pipes and who was wounded, Bays
the shots were flrel from within the
yards where guards were stationed.
Captain H. H. Sisk, also Injured, who
was escorting the party to the yardB.
says the shots came from Btrlkers fol
lowing his charges and that he believes he fired one shot ln reply.
J.   H.   Day,  one  of the  company's
roRTY nrni annual fair
OPENS MID ACCLAMATIONS
In Spite of Overcast Sky Large Crowd Gathers at Ceremonies When Lieut Gov. Paterson Declares Exhibition
Open���General Opinion "Best Fair Yet"
TODAY'S  PROGRAM.
Today the Fair will be in full blast from 7:30 a. m. till 11 p. m., and
considering that the Scottish sports are the most important feature
on a long and interesting program It may fairly he called Scottish
Day.   There wlll be dozens of other    attractive    shows,    Including
side shows and band concerts sad what with tbe horse and cattle
Judging, the Scotch concert at night and all the regular fair exhibits,
it should provs one of the most Interesting days Of the great fair,
i
7:30 a. m.���Grounds and buildings open to tbe public.
10 a. m.���Band concert by Vernon concert band. Unveiling of
bust at Albert Crescent, ln memory of Simon Fraser, tbe discoverer
of the Fraser river, by the Hon. Lieutenant-Governor, T. W. Paterson;  introductory remarks by His Honor Judge Howay.
10 a. m.���Apple Packing competition   in   the   Dairy   building.
1 p. m.���Scottish sports on oval, ln Exhibition grounds.   Clan .
McLean Pipe band in attendance.
2 p. m.���Horse show in front of grandstand. Band concert by
Wagner's Military band.
3 p. m.���The Aerial Zan-Tolas, ln their high-wire bicyle anl
acrobatic act. in front of the grandstand.
7:30 p. m.���Grand electrical display. Free shows on the sockeye run.
7:30 p. m.���Band concerts ln the . Industrial and Agricultural
buildings by Wagner's Military band and the Vernon concert   band.
8:15 p. m.���Grand Scottish concert ln the Westminster Opera
bouse. .
11 p. m.���Buildings closed to the public.
PORTUGAL INVADED
BY ARMED REBELS
Four Thousand Men   Said' to   Have
Entered Bunday with Quick
Firera and Rifles.
Santiago de Compostel, Spain, Oct.
3.���The newspaper Eron says that
tbe Royalist leader Captain Couclere
and the chief Portuguese monarchls-
tic conspirator, entered Portugal on
Sunday at the head of 4C00 msn wltb
several guns and qulckflrers anl 150
males.
London, . Oct. 3.���The Portuguese
minister here, Senor Lima, received
today the following telegram from
the foreign office at Lisbon:
"A tentative revolution at Oporto
failed com: letely. The conspirators,
who were arrested, wlll be confined
to the fort at Lisbon. The government ls prepared to take energetic
measures to repress further con-
spiracles. ' Absolute tranquility prevails."
Despite tbe threatening weather without further delay formally de-
yesterday afternoon a large crowd dared the provincial exhibition open,
turned    out to witness    the    official
opening of the forty-fifth annual exhibition held by the Royal Agricultural'and Industrial society of this
city.
The opening address was delivered
by the Hon. T. W. Paterson, lieuten- j
ant governor of British Columbia,
while President T. J. Trapp, of the
R. A. tt I. society assisted ln the ceremony with some introductory remarks
on this year's exhibition. The addresses were delivered from the
porch of the Women's building around
which were congregated the boy
scouts, the 72nd Highlanders' band
and the patronB of the fair. Among
the prominent public men on the
platform with the lieutenant ioy��i
���toil. m*0**mm ������*i*m'vpme_ __J*c,
Out ef City. |N��iBon, D. B. Curtis, Aldermen J. 8
Denlson. Tex.,'Oct. 3/���A party of
99 strikebreakers en route from the
north over the 'Frisco lines to Houston, was attacked here last night by
s mob armed with, clubs and bottles
Thp Horse Show.
One of the best features of tbe exhibition yesterday was the splendid
horse show in the Queens park oval.
Some of the finest horses in the
lower mainland as well as a number
from Victoria were put through their
paces before a large and appreciative attendance. The jumping horses
did some phenomenal work, and
rounds of applause rang out for the
clever horsemen. No less than thirteen animals were entered -for^ this
contest, three or four of thera being
ridden by ladies.
The horse show is rather a novelty
in  Westminster and    the    attraction
���**..******* ���**���_ *****
Many Logs Cut.
Mr. R. J. Hamilton, supervisor of
"camrs. reports that during the
month of September 66.000,000 teet o'
logs were scaled ln Westminster district. The records of the office show
that ln September of last year there
were 54,000,000 feet of logs scaled.
The value of the logs scaled last
month ls approximately $650,000, of
which $3250 was paid In scaling fees
and $32,500 to the provincial government in royalties. The largest month
in the history of the office was during last yparvwhen 70,000,000 feet of
logs were *ed/ed. By comparison last
month ww one ot the largest of the
year.        K  ij     ���
���   nyl.    ���������''..������
Less of the Oriental.
A falling off of over 25 per cent.
In Chinese Immigration for the month
of September, 1011, compared with
the corresponding month of 1910, is
revealed ln the returns handed put by
tbe Vancouver customs office this
morning. For the month of September, 1910, the total amount representing revenue derived from this source
was $f>4,893 as compared with the
total of $47,002 for the same period
this year. The total customs revenue
for September of this year, however,
shows an .increase proportionate with
ARGUE BREAD BYLAW
Weight   and   Material   are
Fully Discussed.
MANY MASTER BAKERS TALK
Council Lsarns What Is Fancy Bread
and What Is Plain���Second Read-
lng Is Computed.
What is "fancy" bread? After a
lengthy Interval, tbe city council Moo-
day evening at the usual meeting
went Into committee as a whole on
the second reading of the Bread Bylaw Uli. as drafted by Alderman*
Dodd. and for more than an hour
wrestled with many 'points which'
even yet to some of the civic father*
are moot questions.
By Invitation, a number of the leading bakers of tbe city were present
and took part in the many discussions
and endeavored to assist the rulers of
the Royal city as to really what was
bread and what was a composition of
borax, sulphate of copper, chalk carbonate of magnesia, water and other
deleterious, matters.
Alderman Campbell at the outset,
endeavored to have the reading stand:
over for one week as he maintained'
that he was not conversant with the
provision of the proposed act, net
having had a copy.   '.
After the Initial clauses had been
passed as read, "fancy" bread had an
Innings and Alderman Henley showed
his versatility by springing a surprise on his fellow members when he
gallantly told of how he had served
his apprenticeship as a concoctor of
dough. He explainel Just what
"fancy" bread was. but Alderman
Campbell, Lynch and Gray desired
more light on the subject. This was
forthcoming from Master Bakers
Grant, Marks and Lavery, who ln detail, explained that this kind of bread
was tbat made Into rolls for early
morning delivery and was cooked by
a speedier process than ordinary
everyday bread, ln the opinion of
Mr. Marks, Vienna anl steamed
breads  did not come  into the   cute-
_���      ��� am* tW'aport stool
be one of the best drawing cards of
the show when Its merits are more
widely known.
The Results.
Several persons were hurt, and the
strikebreakers were chased out of the
city;
vessels of tbe Turkish fleet separated
off Samos and the several ships proceeded In as many directions, the
better to escape tbe watchfulness of
the Italians.
Rear-Admiral Aubrey, In command
of the Italian fleet at Tripoli, haa reinforced the ships watching for Turkish vessels between Greece and the
African coast. Additional warships
have been stationed between the
mainland of Greece and C'erlgo, the
southernmost of the principal Ionian
Islands, between Cerigo anl Crete,
and between Cre'e and Tripoli.
Many Craft 8elzed.
'��� According to official reports, a total
of 57 Turkish steamers, yachts and
other craft of various sizes have been
seized ln Italian torts, or captured by
the Italian fleet at sea. while the
Italian vessels taken by ,the Turkish
number only three.
The Ottoman administration at
Crete has received orders from Constantinople to extinguish all the harder tad other sea lights. The
French, British, Russian and Italian
consuls have demanded that the
lights he Mt burning.
Three Carloade of Strikebreakers.
Sacramenton. Oct.    3.���Three   car-
untrue i iOB(]8 0f strikebreakers from the min
Intention of  ing camps above Gold    Run,    Placer
county,  passed  through    Sacramento
this morning, en route to the Southern Pacific car shops ln Oakland. Two
Bryson  and  Fred Lynch,  City  Clerk
Duncan and others.
Address of Welcome. .     ,   . ,    , ,,,
__      ,.      ,   , . .. _,      Runabout horse, single, gelding or
The city clerk read an address   of 'mare   u hand< 3 lncnes   not exceed
welcome to Lieutenant Governor Pat-  tag 16 fiandg 2 ,nche8_lf T j  Smith
reP,��e'.1 (Vancouver;   2, D. C.  JfcGregor,  Van
more carloads are said to be waiting.
MANY CHANGES IN
POSTAL SERVICE
erson,  to  which  the    latter
very  briefly,  thanking  the city  and i
the exhibition  society for the    kindnesses shown him ln presenting   the
address.    He was greatly pleased at
Westminster's progress, and he had
no hesitancy in predicting that   tbe
city of Westminster   Would    become j
the   greatest   industrial   centre   In'
British  Columbia.    Her  fresh  water <
harbor,  railway  facilities    and    geographical location made for a wonder'
fui future.
T. J. Trapp's Speech.
The president   of the    R. A. &. I
J*_
"fancy."
Matters were at a deadlock, temporarily, by Alderman Dodd refusing to*
give way on his point, Alderman
Campbell forced the matter a stage
further by hinting that unless Alderman Dodd saw fit to clear the path
for further  progress,  he   (Campbell)
couver;  3, A. Von Alvensleben, Van
couver.
General city delivery, single, mare
or gelding, under 1300 pounds���1, P
.Burns & Co., city;    2,    Cliff   & Son,
��� Burnaby. "
|    Saddle horses, 15 bands and over,
that have   not   won   a prize in any
recognized horse show���1, D. C. Mc
Gregor. Vancouver;
yesterday for incompetency.
CANAI IS PROPOSED
THRO' STANLEY PARK
MANY BODIES ARE
WASHED ASHORE
Over One Hundred and Twenty Vessels Lost as Result of Terrific
Storm In North Sea.
Amsterdam, Holland, Oct 3.���
Heavy loss of life and considerable1
damage was caused ln Zeeland and
other provinces, with which communication was restored today, by
the storm that broke over the North
���ea coast on Saturday. Of the 130
mussel fishing boats belonging In the
village of Brulnesse, 120 were lost or
damaged. Forty-five vessels were
wrecked In the waterways between
Dordrecht, a city on an Island in the
-Mease, and the North sea. Most of
the crews were drowned. Twenty,
eight bodies have been washed up
)iear Steenbergen.
Increase of Staffs in Large Cities snd
Extended   Delivery  Area���Collections Oftener.
Toronto. Oct. 3.���Af.er a thorough
Inspection of the postal system of the
larger cities Mr. George Ross, superintendent of Dominion post offices,
wlll recommend a numher of import
ant changes as soon as the new postmaster general has been selected by
Mr.   R.   L.   Borden.    These changes
2, F. Pyke, Van
couver; 3, E. Henderson, Vancouver
Single carriage horse, gelding or
mare, 16 hands 2 inches or over���1,
A. Von Alvensleben, Vancouver,
society on turning ,to introduce tha j Jumping class, best performance
lieutenant governor to the audience, 0ver six hurdles, 3 foot 6 timber and
availed himself of the occasion to �� Inches brush���1, J. A. Russell, Van-
make a few introductory remarks' couver; 2, J. A. Caldwell, Vancouver;
about this year's exhibition. There ' 3, e. Henderson. Victoria,
was, he said, more live stock being j    Roadster, single mare or gelding���
To   Join   Coal   Harbor  with   English
Bay���Would Make Narrows Safer
for Small Craft.
mean a considerable Increase to the
staffs In all the larger post offices, j many as possible of the other
shown this year than ever before In
the history of the society. The Dominion exhibition held a few years
ago was not excepted either. Every
available stall of accommodation was
occupied with the finest of stock. In
the opinion of Mr. Trapp there was
this year at Westminster exhibition
the best of cattle, horses, sheep and
swine that had ever been congregated
in one place west of Winnipeg. In
order to let the patrons ot the exhibition see and appreciate what flne
���stock was being shown, a series of
parades would be a feature of the
exhibition this year. Beginning on
Thursday all the prize beasts and as
anl-
and in most of the cities there is to
be a more extended delivery, while
the system of collection and dispatch
of the mails is to be Improved.
The first of these changes will be
made in Toronto and Montreal, where
the greater part of the postal business Is done. There are a number ot
vacancies to be tilled in.the larger'
centres, but they will not be consld-'
mals wlll be paraded daily
An Agricultural Fair.
In continuing, Mr. Trapp announced
that the exhibition   association   had
decided to conduct the   fairs   alon;
1, Dr. Henderson, Vancouver; 2,. Dr.
Henderson, Vancouver; 3, T. J. Smith,
Vancouver.
Pair of draught horses, geldings or
mares: each horse to weigh 1600
pounds and over���1, T. Paterson,
Ladner.
Pair of general city delivery
horses, mares or geldings. Under
1300 pounds. Shown to four-wheeled
vehicle���1, Cliff & Son. Burnaby.
The Dairy Building.
A pretentious array of butter, eggs
and honey fills the dairy building to
capacity. A very good supply of the
bee fruit ls shown this year both ln
the comb and ln Jars. Butter from
creameries In the neighborhood is
shown to advantage in pouni prints
and in various- stages of its manufacture. Bread, to the extent of several
hundred.loaves, decorates the shelves
;i 10 conuuci ine    iair��    aiung     ,7:   r;���:,������   ���r   : ��� "���-;��"
purely agricultural lines   than pf.the-building.   Big loaves and little
more
heretofore and so prove that an
agricultural exhibition could be made
a success here.   The   speaker   con
loaves, tall ones and thin ones, stout,
flat topped ones, lop-sided ones, pale
lean ones and broken ones are all to
ered until the flew   minister   takes
hold of the reins of office.
Fire Kills Three.
Quebec, Oct. 3.���Fireman Le Barre
Was killed tonight in a flre which-destroyed No. S flre hall. Two wOmah
were so seriously Injured that they
will die. Both of them Jumped from
a window to a ladder which reached
barely to thp story below ,. that oq,
which they wer<h One of them catight
In the rungs of the ladder and hung
there head downwards while the
flames from the building burst out all
round her and charred her body to a
cinder.    ' - _���,_��� f; j ,. ftfe;
coded that Victoria it the political be seen Jprmllf; & very hetrogeneous
capital of the province, that Vancou " ��""* * ~~ ~*
ver ia the commercial capital, but, he
said, best of all, Westminster was th*
agricultural capital. As ta agricultural and horticultural Mr the West*
minister exhibition \t-\kt- recognised
leader of thfett all,
but apptUslng lot
The Fisheries Building.
The fisheries <'building- with Ua
miniature fish hatchery attracted an
Interested lot of visitors all day yesterday. To the newcomers who have
never seen the process before this
Lieutenant Governor 8pesks.       [building has a particular fascination.
Hon. T- W. Paterson addressing the n* ���* *" the ^mr,��UB ���*����������� ��,f **
velopment are shown In a very interesting manner.
audience paid a high tribute to the
bOy scouts lined up before him and
to the 72nd Highlanders' ban! on
their splendid uniforms and soldierly
appearance. The lieutenant governor
gave it as his opinion that the boy
Agricultural Building.
Despite the fact that a considerable
quantity of the fruit exhibits was late
^ In* arriving as a result of delays   in
scout-movjmeHtiras doing a splendid* transportation, the agricultural build
work in British Columbia. -Much edu-!,������ waB roundwj |^to fairly present:
cattonal proflt could be gained from tbto torn by noon yesterday. Boards
the scouts movement which ^was not'of trale and municipal councils from
taught In the regular school currieu-, varloim p^ts ot th<( province have
ium- I^..?pea^1* aJ8^ ~mP����ented I contented magnlflclently this year
the exhibition board by saying that 1n the war of fruit, vegetable   and
Borden's Cabinet.
Ottawa, Oct. 8.���While the personnel of Premier Borden's ministry is
not yet   officially   announced   it   is
practically certain that   the   prairie
provinces wlll have two or three rep- they "certainly knew how to runi*n.����!���" exhibits *At" least     ""do��en
resentatlves theroln and that British lexhlbltion.':  . ;v '' t��r��m   exnimts.   At   wast   a   dozen
Columbia will have at least one. Concluding, the lieutenant governor, '        (Continued on Page Five.)
Switchman Shot Dead.
Cairo, 111.. Oct. 3.���Robert Mitchell,
an Illinois Central switchman, was
shot and killed this morning In the
railroad yards at Mounds, near here
by a machinist, whp was brought bere
as  a strikebreaker,    but    discharged I^M-^thTSSittee to^s^nd
report wblch was another way of
shelving the matter for the present.
Alderman Dodd gave way. Owing to
the fact, as pointed out by members
of tbe delegation, that tbe specially
made pans hold sixteen ounces. Alderman Dodd conceded a further
I point, his original Intention being to
ask the council to pass the weight at
twenty ounces.
A clause which was eventually ordered  striken out bad  reference   to
each baker of bread being compelled
to deposit with tbe chief of police a
statement in writing signed by him
eettlng forth the address and location
of the place wherein the bread   was'
baked. For a time, Dodd stuck to his
ground until he was reminded by Mr.
Lavery that bakers paid to the ctty*
a license.    The mover of the by-law
maintained that any man could come-
Into the city and make bread in  an
unsanitary cellar.    Alderman Bryson
was with the previous speaker on thU
point,  being convinced  that  citizens
had in the past, partaken of meat in
saugages,     which     were    made    In
the most unhealthy places.    After a.
trying    period    of   discussions   and
counter motions, a vote was   called:
for, all voting "aye" with the exception of Dodd.   Slight alterations wero
made in other unimportant portions
of the by-law and the committee rose
and reported progress and the second
reading.    The delegates were asked
to study well the by-law and to write
formally to the eounell pointing out
what they thought would be improvements.    Those will be detailed   next
Monday when the bill comes up tor
the third reading and final  adoption
er rejection. ���*
At the meeting of the city couneff
held Monday night, the council announced that Wednesday and Friday
afternoons of this week would be observed as public half holidays.
Vancouver, Oct. 3.���The construction of a canal 100 feet In width and
extending from the Georgia street
bridge through the head of Coal Ha-
bor and through Stanley park to
English Bay ls now under considera
tlon by City Engineer Fellowes, and
at the next civic bridge -committee
meeting he Is expected to bring in a
report on the project. He has already
discussed the features of sucb tn
undertaking with members 01 the
park board, And it is understood ihat
at present there are no Important
difficulties in the way of carrying out
the scheme.
It was planned In the flrst ins'ime
Itt order to provide a safe means of
access to English Bay from Coal H. r-
bor and vice versaL At the present
time many owners [of small launches
and canoes are afraid to tnke them
through the Narrows on account of
the danger from tide-rips, several pei
sons having; been drowned while ��'���
tempting the trip during the movements'of the tide. With sucb a
canal, giving a short cut from Coal
Harbor to English Bay, It is cia.-nad
that the gehertMnterests of the boat-
owning public would -be admirably
served. Those w|��o would be particularly benefitted would be the members of the Royal Vancouver Yacht
club, who #<ral& be enabled to tak"
their power and sail yachts out Into
English Bay on short notice fcfr races
or cruises'on the "outer course." The
proposed canal, it is argued, would
reduce the velocity of the current in
the Flrat Narrows.
J(*ftMtr Affair.
" now   being   taken
by tbe city   engl-
. canal ahout 100 feat
head of Coal Harbor
park where the park
' near fecond beach.
be. deep enough for
���mall boats at   all
or,, if economy was
Tk��
a^M
wide frotai
through "
narrows toj
This canal,;
tbeadmiMM
stages of the   .   .     .
desired at the present'time, might be
dug so thnt it would nnly be available at high tide:   Later lt could   he
deponed, it U pointed out. and   the
entire cost would then be divided up
in two by-laws before the citizens ln ship well withstood
different years. ' shewed no damage.
SHOCK OF BIG GUNS
FELT MANY MILES
Trial of 13.5 Guns on H. M. 8., Orlom
Moat Successful, But Windows
Broken Ten Miles Away.
: London, Oct. 3.���The battleship*
Orion's 13.5-Inch guns have been trleif
with remarkable effect. So treaem
dons was the concussion that windows were shaken tn Squtbsea, tan
miles away. The structure ofthe
the   tost;   mm-
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iiMs PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEW!.
WEDNE8DAY, OCTOBER 4, 1911.
Wants
WANTED   TO    RKNT ��� A   SMALL
home or bungalow, near either car
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
FOR SALE���COMMODIOUS EIGHT-
roomed house on large lot (66x182),
downtown and on carline; bath,
furnace, stationary wash tub, etc.,
tine rooming-house site. Price
$4500, terms.
Une.    Reply  V.  H..  Box   102
Westminster.
Now
"PORTRAIT PARLANT"
TO STOP ALL CRIME
Latest   Invention   of   Parisian   Police
From      BertiMon's     Fertile
Brain.
WANTED. ���  Boarders.       Moderate
terms.   Apply j'i Koyal avenue.
WANTED.���Stenographer and bookkeeper; varied experience; quick at
figures; wishes position. Box '2.
Daily Newe.
WANTED���AROUT TEN GALLONS
of milk daily. Apply P. O. Box
732, New Westminster, B. C.
WANTED���SALES LADIKS TO SELL
engraved goods in the Industrial
building during exhibition week.
Good wages. Apply Tuesday morning, D. Parry, Industrial building,
exhibition grounds.
FOR       SALE���HOUSE      OF       SIX
1    rooms;     cement    foundation    and
|    basement, hath, etc.;  close in and ! 	
just off car line.   Price $3000, cash ^ ;{.-Alarmed by the
MOO,  balance easy. Ln,  of  crime'   which   ever   and
SEVENTH   AVENUE���FINE   HOME  again sweep over New York to the de-
"" on two lots, each 59x124, six rooms,  spalr of the police and terror  of the
newlv   built,   basement,  bath,  fur- ,Gothamites, the police department of
naee'and all modern improvements, j the metropolis has officially adopted
$4000   one-quarter cash. Ithe  8tud>   of  the  "portrait   parlanf
which sbe captured in the wilds about
Forestine, Sullivan county, N. Y. The
intrepid sportswoman, tanned and
glowing with health, Is enthusiastic
Over her trip.
Children With Her.
She took her two little daughters,
Gladys and Beatrice, aged 7 and 5
respectively, when she accompanied
Curator Ditmars with his snake
nooses and bags for the rock-strewn
i surface of Sullivan county this sum
ami threw back her head, while her tion  would  have  been  derided   and
dark eyes shone with the Joy of the  perhaps  It will  be scorned even to-
chase.
Leader  of   Reptilian  Aristocracy.
"Do you know that the rattlesnake
is the leader of the reptilian aristocracy? He is the most gentlemanly
of snakes; hla code of ethics compares favorably with that of some
members of the human family; an accomplished  duelist,  slow  to take of-
WANTED���LADY ASSISTANT TO
help with books and do stenography. Must be good writer. Apply* Box A. Daily News.
WANTED���TABLE BOARD BY \
gentleman of refinement, south of
Queens avenue; private family preferred.   Apply \V\, News office.
WANTED���GIRL     FOR     GENERAL
housework. Apply 217 Royal avenue
I���the latest invention of M.'Bertlllon,
WEST END���CHEAP LOTS 60x132, Ithe greatest living thief catcher, and
cleared, well situated, commanding if the system lives up to the reputa-
view.    $6000, cash $125. ]tlon which it has attained abroad it
��� -is the contention of the sleuths here
SEVENTH AVENUE���FINE BIG , that lt wm be practically impossible
lot, 66x158, cleared and cultivated,uor a criminal to operate in this city
as garden.    Price   $1100, one-third | after    having   been    once    officially
caBh.
SHERRIFF, ROSF & CO.
REAL   ESTATE,   INSURANCE
Conveyancing and Notary Publlc
646 Columbia Street, Phone 832.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NOTICE.
Night School.
WANTED���LOTS AND ACREAGE
to clear, landscape gardening. Apply J. S. McKinley, Edmonds.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers. Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
East.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
house work; family of flve; no children.   Apply 1112 Fifth aveuue.
FOR SALE
fOU SALE���COSY NEW? BUNGA-
hrw; close to car; four large rooms;
bath, toilet, large pantry, full basement; well stocked kitchen garden. Price $2750; easy terms.
Owner, 718 Seventh avenue, New
Westminster.
All intending pupils for the night
school are requested to be in attend
ance at the Boys' Central school at
7: SO p.m., Monday, October 9. when
the studies to be taken up for the
session will be discussed.
E. C. DAVEY,��
Secretary School Board.
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tenders Wanted.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5 p.m. on Friday, 6th
of October, 1911, for the erection of
a two- story re sldence on  Queen"s
avenue.    Plana and specifications can
be seen at my office.   The lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted.
J.  J.  JOHNSTON,
'629 Columbia Street.
FOR SALE���CLYDSDALE MARE.
���even years old, weighing about
1600 pounds, also Ally from above
rising two years. Apply Mrs. Dair,
Langley.
SfOR SALE���600 CHOICE BUILD
lag lota ln New Westminster and
Barnaby. We will make special
terms and conditions    to    anyone
SPIRITUALIST SERVICE.
A Spiritualist Service will be held
at Mrs. J. ��� Clarke's residence, Inman
avenue, Central 'Park, near station,
Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock. All
are welcome.
i measured and describe!
New  York,  being the  largest  city
1 in the country', is naturally the resort
I of countless criminals of all classes,
| from the common or side street  variety of "dip" to tht croJk of fashion-
! able clothes and many diamonds who
frequents    the    lobster    palaces    of
Hroadway   and   patronizes    the   first
nights.    Not all  these  gentlemen  of
leisure  "operate" in  New   York, for
they    are    afraid    of    Commissioner
Waldo's efficient police force, but it.
Ib  the  habit of   a large   number of
them  to   work  in  other   cities   and
then  come  here,  thinking that they
cannot   be  recognized   by  the   local
force.
In the past, and indeed at the present time, this Is true enough���for the
usual description sent from anoth?r
city of a man who is "wanted" is so
general that it will flt half a dozen
that one is liable to meet any day
along Broadway. It is this ambiguity of description, this inability to
error, that the system of the "portrait parlant" is designed to overcome and it was for the purpose of
gaining of a thorough knowledge of
this form of identification that Commissioner Waldo sent Captain Fauret,
of the New York Police department,
to Paris. The captain has' just returned after a six weeks' stay fn
the French capital, where he took ,t��
complete course in the detectives'
school which is maintained there,
and he is enthusiastic in his praise
of the work of M. Bertillon and M.
Lepine, prefect of police.
Immediately upon his return he
opened a scliool, similar to the Parisian one, for the Instruction of the
local police in the new system, and
he hopes to have it in good working
order before many weeks pass.
"Just as the feminine world goes to
Paris  for  its  ideas  with   regard   to
fense and loath to provoke a combat;
mer    The trip, ]u8t ended., developed  but when the conflict is not   to   be .tions.
the fact that not only are the little  avoided he issues  a formal declara-1    "Under
girls unafraid of the snakes, but they  tion of war in conformitvto the   best; injection
hunt  them  as   bravely  as  do   their , traditions of civilized nations, and be-
narents. U'ns to fight.    For his prowess as a
" "Of  course   I  am   not   afraid    cf tfighter he commands a great deal of
snakeB," said Mrs. Ditmars when tils- respect, please remember that.
"Now so much for this value as an
antagonist to be hunted and captured',
a worthy antagonist for any sportsman who is willing to enter the lists
���one life in the balance against the
day, but such iB the case. Scientists
who know have discovered tbat tha
rattlesnake carries with him medicine potent ln the treatment of certain serious human ailments; that the
venom by which he takes the lives of
his enemies may be used to restore
to health the victims of certain affic-
ctissing ber hunt with a reporter. "In
fact. I rather believe I love the sport.
You don't think it's sport? Why, the
rattlesnake is the gamest of all living creatures  of  the  wild!   Hunting
defenseless elephants, lions or tigers other. Dr. Crotalus has another side,
is a horrlhle butchery, an unsport- a virtue in fact, and that la why I
manlike advantage with firearms and dub him an M. D. and call him a use-
explosive bullets! fui   and   desirable   member   of   the
"With Dr. CrotaluB, as I call   the earth's society,
rattler, it is a different thing. Here Rattler  Has Medicine,
is sport!" and the pretty little worn-1    A   few   years   ago   such a sugges-
treatment 'by hypodermic
of rattlesnake venom patients who have suffered from idiopathic epilpsy have been cured. Cro-
talin, as the venom is called, has a'so
been successfully experimented with
ln the treatment of forms of insanity
and other Berious or deadly ailments
for which science has yet found no
cure."
Mrs. Ditmara proudly points out
flne "big fellows" in the snake house
in the Bronz zoo as ones Bhe caught
herself and the whole Ditmars family
are looking forward to next year's vacation when they will again hunt tho
dangerous hut "sporty" rattler In bis
rocky haunts of Sullivan county.
Varden No. 19,   Sons   of   Norway,
wishing to select lots for building |me���t in Eagles hall    the   flrst    and I fashions," said Capt. Fauret, discuss
purposes, and arrange for grading  ",'rd Wednesdays of each month at ln�� {he latest style in thief catching
etreets, etc.   See   our Westminster 8 pm' v,8ltlnK brethren are cordially | "so   does   the   masculine    world    go
Heights  addition,    corner    Eighth invlted t0 attend-
avenue and Cumberland, with open A" KR��GSETH,
etreets, water, electric light service, T   T   .��� JPreBldent'
J. J. Au .\ te,,
Financial Secretary.
��*e.
A��  soon  as  conmtrucUon    oni
ww  ear line begin* tMi    vro-\
 IT  wm ��m>t>\�� In -value tmm��At
atfUAy. I TVie "Wrtgfci Investment Co.,
IA*., 1110 Dominion Trust buUaing.
Vancouver, 613 Columbia street,
New Westminster.
Phone R672.
UJ..II.  ..
tis Hamilton at.
tbere for fashions in detective work.
Years ago M. Bertillon astounded the
world with his theories with regard
to finger print identification and,
later, with rer-ard to the accurate
measurement  ot  the head,  arms,   nn
TO   RENT.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
First class locality.    Phone 496.
TO RENT.���Partly furnished front
room. Use of bath and telephone.
'Phone L880.
TO RENT���A MODERN SEVEN-
room house, bath, toilet, etc.. Applv
1412 Fifth avenue.
TO RENT OR LEASE���SIX ROOM-
ed house, half acre garden, $10 per
month. Twenty minutes from
Saprerton car. Apply.J. Hogarth,
North  road.
TO RENT���A LARGE BEDROOM,
suitable for business gentlemen.
Apply  713 Trew street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms in suites of two.
Hot and cold water, steam heated.
Apply A. II. Ferguson, K. of P.
building.
ROOMS���NICELY FURNISHED AND
very quiet, clean rooms, w;lth bath,
by day, week or month; rates very
reasonable. 47 Begbie street.
Phone fifi... Just opposite side of
Russell hotel.
TO RENT���FURNJSHED HOUSE
Io rent, 319 Regina street, $22 a
���month.
���TO RENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms in Cliff block, on
'Sfsth street, one block from Colum
bia street. Apply the MisseB Chap
i.jbsjb, room 2, third floor.
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Bers and other prominent portions of
the body which would eftabtually
Wentlty any criminal who had; been
| measured toy this system. The
height of the nose above the mouth
is a valuable indication. Tlie front
view of the nose is dealt with with
respect to width, and all peculiaritl-
ties, such as flat, broken or twisted
noses are recorded. Last of all we
look carefully to see whether the
partition between the nostrils is visible.
"Next   in   importance    comes    the
manner In which the hair approaches
the   forehea.l.      This   is  divided   in
Meet every Monday ln Labor hallithree   wa-V8���when     the     hair     ap-
*   pm ''proaches in a Straight line, when the
r����'i?rta srwras ^trihtiorthi?e^nW
textbooks
F. G. GARDINER.
Gardiner & Mercer
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST
Phone  661.
NEW WESTMINSTER
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 8lxth  Avenue. Phone 56?
NEW WE8TMINSTER
FOR    RENT   ���  TWO    BED ROO Mf
with sitting room to Lt to gentle
men only. Breakfast if desired
Telephone arid modern con
veniene.es. Five minutes from th<
post office Terms moderate. En
quire  Phone  it  4H.
LOST.
LOST.���Brown and white spaniel dog
at Edmonds. Anyone harboring
eame after this notice will be pro
secuted.    Mr.  McFce.    Edmonds.
LEARN       My me,ll0c' of teaching the
t?     waltz    is   essential    for    ac-
Tfl      curacy,   ease   and   grace,   in
D1VCF    :l"  the fancy dances.
��� Beginners     class    at     318
Royal avenue, Monday evening, October !)th, at S o'clock. Advanced
claBS and invitation dance in St.
Patrick's hall, Friday, October 87th,
continuing every Friday. Class at
7:30, dancing 9 to 2.
C. W. OpenBhaw's orchestra, piano.
violin, cornet and trap drum. Private
lessons by-appointment.
J. R. BARNETT,
Phone L575. 318- Royal Avenue.
ST. CHARLES
eVAPOAATED CREAM
There ia nothing so good for the bsby
M -,t. Charles Cream. The result of
��� nalysls by prominent expert chemists
���hows that lit.CharlesCresm.when prop-
erly reduced with pare billed water,
is al; lost identical in every respect with
human milk. It differs from other
milk products in that it ia sterilited by
heat alone.
St. Charles Cream doe* not curdle when
used on acidulous fruits and imparts ���
rich, delicate flavor. It ia
humanized milk. It la
not only best for mother
and infant���it is better
than the beat ordinary
milk for all purposes.
Sold by beat grocer*
everywhere.
CHARLES CON
yes, we have regular
for the stu ly of this
L. MERCER science and tliey show all the different forms which the distinguishing
characteristics may tak" and they
give many valuable hints for the
rapid identification of a man from
these  points.
"The whole system of the portrait
BLOCK, parlant is one of elimination. It is on
that basis that we are able to reorganize the rogues' gallery. We will
be able to divide the number of portraits to be searched in a given case
by three if we know the type of nose,
by two again if we know the height,
by three, if we know the typa of ear
and so on until we have only a small
narrow group to examine, the same
advantage pertains to the detective
in the field. He can eliminate from
observation all Roman-nosed, hump-
nosed, convex-nosed men when he is
B.C, looking for a concave-nosed man. and
= all at a glance. It Is this quickness
und thoroughness of Identification
wliich Ih such an important part of
the new system and lt Is this that
makes it, In my opinion, the most
Important discovery in criminology in
years���a discovery which will enable
the pollce to capture a man from an
accurate description of him sent
from another city In one quarter to
one-half the time It formerly took���
and to do it with a great degree of
certainty that they are getting the
right man."
DENS COMPANY,
Ingersoll,
Miners Are Rescued.
Fairbanks, Alaska, Oct. 8.���The
fourteen men who wer" entombed In
the Shakespeare Placer mine, on
Dome Creek, were rescued enrly this
morning, none the worse for their
confinement of eighty-four hours.
The keystone drill hole was enlarged
by thawing until it was large enough
to permit the body of a man to pass.
Then the Imprisoned miners wero
pulled up, one after another, to tho
surface of the ground.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY NEWS.
Bravest   Reptile.
New York, Oct. 2.���Mrs. Clara Ditmars, wife of Curator Raymond L.
Ditmars, of the Bronx zoo, Is the only
woman, so far as there is any record, who hunts the deadly rattlesnake for the pure sport and adventure of it.
Mrs. Ditmara Bays the rattlesnake
Is the sportiest of all game to seek,
and as trophies of her prowess she
has a bag of the squirming reptiles,
tlieir fangs in perfect working order,
Why Wait ?
I
There's nothing to be
gained by waiting until
every other man in town
has selected'his Fall Suit
before choosing yoUrs !
You'll have less to
choose from and less
time to wear it before
the fashions change !
We will show you the
most attractive clothes
you ever saw!
Beautiful in design,
with all the new Fall
curves worked in.-
Elegant in finish, Perfect in fit, handsome ip
fabric, and always at
Moderate Prices.
I
Men's Suits $15.00, $20.00 up to $35.00
Boys'  Suits $4.50,   $5.00,   $6.00 up to $15.00
Reid & McDonald
The Store of Satisfaction.
601 Columbia Street.
Clothiers, Hatters and Haberdashers
HI
FOR
FURNITURE
TRY
DENNY & ROSS
43-45-47 Sixth Street
Cheapest Furniture Store in Town
py WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER   4,   1911.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
FROM VANCOUVER.
FOR VICTORIA.
10:00 a.m Daily, except Tuesday
1:00 p.m   Dally
For Seattle.
10:00 a.m  Dally
11:00 p.m  Dally
For Nanaimo.
2:00 p.m Dally
For Nanaimo, Union, Comox.
2:00 p.m  Tuesdays
9:00 a.m. ..Thursdays and Saturdays
For Prince Rupert and Alaska.
11 p.m Sept. 9, 12, 19, 23, 30
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
SS. Princess Beatrice,  ..Octo. 5, 19.
At 11 p.m.
For Hardy Bay and Rivers Inlet.
8;30 a.m  Wednesdays
Gulf Islands.
Leave "uncouver 8 a.m. Fridays.
Upper r'-aser River Route.
Leave Westminster 8:00 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday, Friday.
Leave   Chilliwack, > 7:00   a.m.   Tuesday,  Thursday,  Saturday.
For other sailings and rates apply
to
to BD. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
Q. P. A.. Vancouver
> ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
8tt to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Tenth
Phone  S3.
St.,  New  Westminster.
Pacific
Coast
Fleet
SS. "PRINCE RUPERT."
t 88. "PRINCE GEORGE."
P 88. "PRINCE JOHN."
88. "PRINCE ALBERT."
Johnson's Whsrf, foot Columbl? Ave.
~Leave Vancouver 12 Midnight
MONDAYS
for Prince Rupert, Port Slmf-Bon,
Port Nelson, Stewart, Masset*, Naden
Harbor.	
Leave Vancouver 12 Midnight
THURSDAYS   .
for Prlnc* Rupert. Refuse Bay, Queen
���rlotte Mand Porta.
L.*av* Vancouver 1S Midnight
TUSSDAVS AND IATUROAVS
tor Victoria an* ������tt>��.     ���   ..    ��� .
Leave Vancouver t p.m. SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 14
ler Powell Kiver, Campbell River.
Alert Bay, Hardy Bay, Rivers Inlet
Namu. Ocean Falls, Bella Bella,
Swanson  Bay,    Lowe Inlet,    Claxton,
Port Esslngton. ^_^^ 	
GRAND TRUNK'PACIFTC^AiLWAY
for points between Prince Rupert and
Vanarsdol, connects with SS. "Prince
Rupert" and "Prince George," both
north and southbound.
GRAND~TRUNK~RAILWAY SYSTEM
(The Double Track Route)
for all points east of Chicago In
Michigan, Ontario. Quebec, Maritime
Provinces, New York and New England States. Through tickets from
Vancouver.
After a thorough lavaatlgatloa of
Tsrtoui braodi of palata Martin.
Sanoar proved to b* th* palat
ve could rtek oar reputation oa.
Martin-Senour
1004 Pure Paint
wfelchwa raaraatee te be tare
White UM, Para Oxide of Siao, aad
Vara Una**! Oil, with of eoaraa tba
���aceaaary oolorlng mjrredioaU aad
diyere. NowtobaaatlrclrMwUfal,
ther do make a few Mark ahadea
that cannot ba arodaced from land
and ilno. Ooma la tha atore aad we
wiu ahow the* to roa-bnt e��ery
ether oolor la aosMlvalr and *****
hitalr 100 par eent Pare Palat,
and aet ��� drop of adalterattoa er
aobstltoUon la anlxed ta.
Wa raeommand thla axoaUaa*
brand to all oar friends and easterner*. Another a-ood point la that two
gallou of thla palat oerara aa aioch
���pace aa three gaJlooa af tba SUad
paint/-..
We hav* seise
theeolora aad
for tbe asking.
aarda ahowlagaU
Value
T. J. Trapp & Co.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front SL, Foot of Sixth.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
H. G. SMITH, C. P. A A.
Phone Seymour 7100.
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent.
Phone Seymour 3060.
527  Granville  Street,  Vancouver.
TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many Peopla who have
never Wore been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to>pen a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest it paid ob Savings
Balances Jialf-yearly.
Bwinest [Accounts   opened
on favorable tei mi.
INCORPORATEPH 855
ASSETS  $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
915 Columbia Street.
B. G
RAILWAY CO.
Additional Excursions
to Eastern Points
Tlckata oi    oat*    September    1Mb,
October  2nd.  SU>.     Raturn     IMalt_���__�����
Priced To Suit Your Pocket Book
Our Big Windows are full of
Exceptional Suit Values���every
Suit tailored by experts from good
honest clothes, made to fit, made
to last, and guaranteed to give
service and satisfaction.
Tweeds, Worsteds
and Serges
OUR SPECIAL IS
$15.00
/-"
OTHERS AT
$10, $12, $18, $20, $22, $25
SEE OUR WINDOWS
..
day. rrom date of e��Ia.
19th.    Return
October 17tU;
limit   November
15th.
Winnipeg, Man $ 60.00
Minneapolis. Mln     60.00
St.  Paul,  Minn     60.00
Chicago.  Ill     72.60
Milwaukee,  WU     72.W
Toronto, Ont ��� 91.50
Montreal,  Que 105.00
New  York,  N.Y 108.60
Boston, Mass  110.00
Washington, D.C  107.50
and all other eastern cities. Standard
and tourist cars on sli trains. For
further information apply to
ED. OOULET, Agent.
New Westminster.
Or H. W. Brodie, O.P.A., Vancouver
Fit Reform Clothes
C. M. GREEN, Manager.
Penn Overalls and Coats
Choice Beef, Mutton,
lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL *\ ODDY
Conner  Eighth 8t. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE S70. *
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���os 'PMae lis.     Ban 'Pftoae 1W
Begbie Street. ���
*******   delivered    proaptly    *
aay part ol tka city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFPICS���TPAi* OBPOT
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
Sole agent-for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Telephone R 113. Office: Princess Bt
Phone 69S.
P. O. Box 80L
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Wsstanlnstsr Trust BttllWrtB.
IMMIGRATION IS
SPLENDID SYSTEM
Canada's   Scheme   Hss   Been- Care-
fully   Planned��� Reaulta   Bring   In
the  Best  Settlers.
New York, Oct. 3.���Thore is in operation' across our northern boundary
what Is probably the most, carefully
considered, elaborately planned and
sclent flcally executed Immigration
system   ever   adopted   by any new tnege 123,013 Immigrants came from
only if circumstances seem to warrant their admission, but that is an
other part of the story. The principal
factor is tbe attracting to Canada of
the most desirable future citizens
and tbe starting them in the new life
with everything in their favor. Canada was practically first to establish
an organization to do this. Other
new countries have since followed
her example, but not one of them has
the art of propaganda so well developed; not one has so elaborate or so
fcffloient aftd 'enthusiastic and Immigration organization, and not one
is getting the same results.
Here are a few figures: Canada's
present population is about 7,500,000.
Her total immigration In the fiscal
year 1910-1911 was 311,084.     But of
country. In the last three years it tne British Isles and 121,451 from the
has been taking our farmers across united States; that is, nearly fourths boundary line Into Canada at the nttj,B 0f tj,e tota), of the rest, all
rate of some 100,000 population an- ^ui Bn insignificant fraction came
nually���"skimming the cream of our from Scandinavia, Holland. Germany
own farming population at the same ano- Denmark. The Immigration from
time we by our-hospitable and capa- Southern and Southeastern Europe
clous Immigration laws are watering wai aimogt negligible.  , I
the skimmed ral|k,'* as one writer re- j y^ United States has a population
ccntly charged. 0f about 90.000,000.   Our total Immi-1
There Is nothing secret or under- gratlon jn this Bame period was about I
hand about the process. The ma- 306,000, of which less than 100,000'
chtnery of allurement Is spread' ln , came from the British Isles, Germany,'
the open for anybody to ses, the cost Scandinavia, Holland and Denmark
of operation Is set forth in detail ln altogether. Most ot our tmmlgranta'
the Canadian reports, and the re-[came from Southern and Southeast-1
suits are ' carefully tabulated and J ern Europe. Italy alone accounted,
proudly exhibited.    They are worth for more than 200,000 of the total-
while for any AmeMcan, particularly
for any American interested in sociological problems, to observe.
The system, on Us present Urns.
Is about fifteen years old. Its legal
side haa been modeled largely upon
���ur own Immigration laws,'after the
shortcomings' of these had been carefully noted, but tbe system, as a
whole, is as different from our own
haphazard immigration methods as
anything can1 be.
The wise men wbo aire building tbe
Canadian nation that is to be send
for the settlers they want. They make
the way to Canada easy and tafce
Mod care of the newcomers until
they are in a position to stand by
themselves. The whole Dominion government, provincial governments,
railways, lan<^ companies are working togethejr ja this. It is one of the
most Interesting developments In
Canada.
All Rights 8trutlnl��s<L
Those   not  Wong   th*   desired
more than twice as many as come in '
to us trom the whole   of Northern
Europe.
.Approve Before Start.
Nine-tenths of Canada's immigrants
had been especially selected and ap-'
proved   before   they   started.    They
Were practically invited to come and (
make the Dominion their new home.!
perhaps one-third of them wero cap-1
Italists In a small way and brought
their capital with them to Invest.   Al- j
most all went to the   land���became
farmers and producers.
The tmmlgranta who  reached  the
United States had undergone practically no weedlngiout process, or only
the most perfunctory, before they ar-,
rived here.   Few of Uiem were agriculturists or went to'farming.   Most
of them were unskilled laborers and '
wont to crowd the already cjowded.
unskilled .labor  markets ot. the   big
CltleS.   a*"'.  ?.:���', J ',:*,>���'���'' >:7r
���V Canada, tn fact. wants.only a wsV'
' ited class of immigrants.     She ad-
eJasses   of   immigrants   are   rigidly' fressea effective' appeals   to   these,
scrutinized on arrival, ���4'SiEBWH and to these only, and consequently
she is gathering In the cream of the
world's new settlers.   How ls it done?
In the last ten years the Dominion
has spent something Uke eight millions of dolla's   in   her  immigration
propaganda,    and    after    deducting
home expenditures she bas spent two-
thirds of  the   remainder   in   Great
Britain and the United States.    For
Instance,   in    1908,   the   Dominion's
total  immigration expenditures were
(1,074,696,   of   which   $480,696   were
spent at home in supervising immigration;   $250,000 was spent   In   the
United States in advertising  and in
bonuses to agents senrt'r.a; good settlers; $270,000 was spent similarly in
the United Kingdom, and $74,000 was I
expended ln the rest   of continental I
Europe. j I
Agents in All Cities.
Canada has her agent ln London,
who issues pamphlets describing Canadian opportunities who advises Intending settlers, and corrects misstatements about Canadian conditions. She has agents ln fifteen cities
of our own Middle West. She advertises ln 7000 American newspapers;
sbe holds exhibitions of ber products
���there is a permanent one in London
���and never ceases her efforts to let
the universe know that for the farmer Canada la the land of golden opportunity, the future granary and
supply store of the world.
The advertising Is effectively done.
Wherever you find a Canadian government agency, whether ln London
or Copenhagen or Iowa, you will find
it in a central location, with a flne
window space ailed with attractive
displays pf Canadian agricultural products. At every county fair ln that
neighborhood you Will see a Canadian
booth with something new in it likely
to turn the Imagination toward Canada.
While resisting.efforts of outsiders
to send emigrants into the country,
and while, refusing Itself to help them
financially to get there, the govern;
ment encourages Its own people to
send toivthe kind of immigrants' they
wsat. 'Rbere is no contract labor law.
Ini Canada to discourage Incoming laborers aad artisans. On th,e contrary
the authorities are glad to know that
the newcomer, it without.capital, has
a place of employment to go to. A*
far as possible, the immigration. a\i��
thorlties keep in touch wltl) the labor
market, and sen! newly ��Mve$ workers only to places where labor is
needed.
The sentiment or the ex-Am.erlcan
after two or three  years' residence
seems to be that Canada is a pretty
good sort of country, where every
man, even the poor man, has a
chance, where the laws are fair and
equitably administered, and altogether he is glad he came. He even
regards with equanimity the British
sovereignty upon which his native
Canadian neighbor sets so muds
store. It ls so far off, and in these
days, Its lesson learned, it lets its
big children of the empire 4o so much
as they please.
Customs Returns.
The customs returns for the month
of September show an Increase of
$12,842.09 over the corresponding
figures for last year. They are aa follows:
Duty  collected    $47,292.42
Other revenue          143.07
Total collections   $47,435.6fc
OLBWliOYi
Gives Color, Lustre to Faded
and Gray Hair���Dandruff   j
Quickly Removed*       '
From time Immemorial, sage tad
phur hare been used ter the hair 1
acalp. Almost eVeryone- knows of the'
value of such a eombiaaftsa Cor dariten-
li.g the hnir, for curing rfnmlmff ant
falling hair, and for mating the hair
grow.
In olden,times the only way ta get a
hair tonic of this sort wo* to brew it lit
the home fireplace, a method which wa*
troublesome and not always satisfactory-
Nowadays almost every up-to-date druggist can supply his patrons with a rrail.r-
t<fu*e product, skillfully compounded im
perfectly .equipped laboratories. Tho-
Wyeth Chemical Company of New Torfc
put |ip nn i��leal remedy of this nort,
called ff.vejh's Sage iincl Sulphur Ithltr
Itomcdy, ijn.I authorise druggists to aril
|t under guarantee that the moevy wll
be refunded It it fail* w do exactly as.
represen'..'.!!
This prei'��-.itr..tv iti of*t-*e��l te' tBe
public at fifty gjjgtW-a bottle, -nx-i ia
���-.-commended end aol* by all. ilro;;::*eU.
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*r***ialaraatlil*l  *fr '������ PAGE POUR
THE DAILY NEW*
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  4,   1911.
The Daily News]
Published by The Dally News Publishing Company. Limited, at their offices,
ot McKenzie and Victoria
Streets.
A. Paige Managing Director
Qrw j,W
THE ANNUAL F^tH'"
Another     exhibition     has     been
reached and again the R. A.^f I. society are to be congratulated for surpassing all efforts of previous shows
iThe horse and cattle axWbitfc, AM^-.
probably  the  best   ever   shown   in
Western   Canada,   and   reflect   the
greatest possible credit on Secretary:
Keary, who has stayed with Ahel exr?
Wbltion in spite of his desire to sever
Ids connection as manager of the exhibition, a matter of the greatest possible regret to thousands^ thtpughjjui
the Westminster district.        ��   /f     .
Writing under the captlow �� "A
Iiost Opportunity," we wrote as far
back as Oct. 18, 1909, in the Daily
Mews the following, anent that exhibition:
"Whilst the society has done so
much for the advantage of New Westminster, it is a matter for. regret-that
the merchants and citizens have not,
been more active in their efforts to
assist the society in thenr xttffi
deavors. ��� �� * ��� Nor did���w_e_;
observe any real attempt on the part
of merchants or manufacture^^ to
display tbeir wares and showjjftTthe
public what this city is capibfe of
doing in the direction of everyday
needs." Ujfjtjd
Although this was writteif two
years ago with the sole idea of getting merchants to exhibit, lt is only
this year that a concerted effort
aeems to have been made by tho
.merchants to have really all branches j
represented, with most satisfying re- i
aults.
Baking Powdei
ABSOLUTELY PORE
Makes^delicious home-
baked foods of maximum
quallt/at minimum cost
Makes, home baking a
pleasure
r   O
The mm Baking Powder
made from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar
Mo
.ft
No Lima
ESTIMATE NUMBER
or dead ito
m
One Hundred Coffins Arrived at Austin, Pa.���Health OffrcWTTake
Charge.
mill
Oct.   3.-^-T^/IMimber
that are now
We sincerely hope that Jupiter Plu?
m
prospects'are Ai
init
Austin,   Pa.,
of deaths that are now inbwn,  as
the   result of the deluge  wldcb   en-
viua will leave us alone thij-*j0.il^ gulfed the town,.is 32. ���"THe'rje 'are 86
���tlon week, though prospectr are Adt missing and these are believed to |>e
SSEttS Z��FL?& cu1!*  J��*-  JJS  *  *** W*   ^"t
Jninating week of Mr. Keary's   and  that there were many visitors in the
bis    associates     many     months, ,6t\ town the day of the disaster "so that
Jabor should  be partially  spoiled bjt-' the' number of the missing cinnot be
xaln and unfavorable weather. I considered as accurate.    .Th^ total
======_==s== lost  will probably' amount} ,ttr~; 1500-
Many   of   the   bodies   fiaVe   istreedy
TO VOTE ON  UNION | been identified.
fact tbat it ran in the metropolis, for
over nine months.
It will be interpreted in this city
by a company of more than usual
ability, and scenically the production
will be the same as shown in New
York and Chicago. Among the members of the cast might be mentioned
Don MacMillan, who gives an amusing and most enjoyable performance
of Bob Blake, the drummer, anl
Dorothy Grey, who will be seen in
the difficult role of Beth Elliott, the
ticket agent, with whom Blake falls
ln love.
OF   MANY   CHURCHES I
Watch Our Windows
This Week
Reduced Prices On AD
Goods Displayed
That is our business, selling real
estate. If you are asking only the
regular market value of your property we can sell It. We have sold your
neighbor's house, why not yours?
Come in and list your property with
us. If you give us exclusive listipg
We will take extra pains to see that
you get a buyer. *
VISITORS
TO NEW WESTMINSTER
���
You may be here on pleasure bent or have simply come to have a "Look around."
Well! You have certainly come to a good town
and before you leave it, we would advise you to just
give us a call. We will make you welcome and will
gladly give you particulars of some fine investments
which are well worth your consideration.
You may want to buy a nice home. We have a
choice list of nice houses modern and roomy, and it
will be our business to tell you all about them.
��    WHERE TO CALL AT:
KELUNGTONX HENDRY
Bank of Vancouver Blk. Opposite Car Depot
Entrance by bank, or side entrance en Eighth street.
^/WVtfMAA/VAMVA^AMWWVWrt^W
OPEN 7 TO 9 TbNIGHT.
-MontTCsA. Oct. %.���&%Uot* b*v�� lust
%S?^%US!!
...i
Peoples Trust Co
431. Columbia       ���       Telephone 669.
Notice of Removal
Sutherland & Ardagh
' Real Estate Broker*
Beg to announce that they have moved from the
Guichon Block to more commodious premises in
the new Canadian Bank of Commerce. .
���nt vo ��i�� n��^> terttm m*m-
toeTBhtp throughout ttie Oomtnton In
*rder to obtain tbeir decision on the
'question of union with the Methodist and Congregational churches.
, There will be sent to every Presbyterian family in Canada, the number being about KIO.uOO, a sixteen-
page pamphlet giving a hlstqiT*""6T
the union negotiations and the basis
as approved by the gene'ral assembly.
The ballots will accompany the pamphlet and tbey will be seatjitjhf/as
soon as possible. ��� *''   '
Separate colors are being used for
-the ballots to be UEed by the elders,
the members other than elders and
the adherents, the respective colors
'.being blue, white and red. Ten thousand ls the number to be sent out to
<elders, three hundre.1 thousand to
-the membership and about 2(\ per
���cent, of this number of sixty thousand, will ba sent to adherents, to
ask whether they concur, although
their vote would not affect the result
apart from that of the membership
of the church either way.
...
TERRIFIC   STORM
AT CAPE BRETON
Sydney, C. B., Oct. 3.���Nearly a
dozen vessels are ashore at different
points on the Cape Breton coast ���nf]
the result of a hurricane which swept
over this Bectlon yesterday. ln this
city one person, a girl, was killed and
another fatally Injured by live wires.
'The schooner Corona lean-4s ashore
-at West Mount-, three coasting ves-
.eels are grounded in Sydney harbor,
two others are stranded at Harrack
Point, and the wrecking steamer, AN
bert ls ashore and badly damage*! in
the harbor.
Ca Sa Davies
YOUR PRESCRIPTION*
DRUGGIST
Cliff Block Phone 40
New  Westminster.  B.C.
WOMEN   FIGHT  DUEL;
BOTH ARE KILUED
Cettinge, Montenegro, Oct. :���,.���Rivals for the affections of Ai le de
Camp Mikohezaky, of the king's staff,
Vera Bridganlvie and fave MaraU.ie,
���court ladies, fought a duel with' re:
volvers. The former was killed ahd
the latter died ln a hospital.
The young women were close
friends until they fell in love with
Mikohezaky, but their rivalry for his
attentions, which the aide de camp
bestowed quite Impartially, made
them bitter enemies. The climax
was reached at a ball Saturday at
-which all three were present. Toward the end of the festivities two of
Brldganivie's girl friends called
Mme. Maradie aside to ask,, ^a.-the
former's behalf, for a meeting.' Mme.
Maradie promptly named h"r seoohds,
the arrangements for the duel were
quickly planned and early Sunday
the. party drove straight from the
���ballroom to a secluded Bpot ln the
forest outside Cettinge, where the
principals were placed, the word was
fjiven and the two shots sounded
simultaneously. Mme. Bri.lganlvle
fell dead instantly, shot through the
heart. Mme. Maradie staggered for
an Instant and also collapsed. She
was hurried Into town, but suc-
���cumbed i few hours later.
J
"THE     TRAVELING     SALESMAN."
Manager Hector McCaig announces
for Thursday, Oct. 5, at the Westminster Opera house, the latest comedy
success, "The Traveling Salesman."
by James Forbes, author of "The
Chorus Lady." The fact that this
pliy is the biggest laugh-producer of
the decade is a matter of universal
knowledge.
For the first time in the history of
the American stage, a play* has been
written which deals with the commercial traveler. It Is of a character
which breathes the. clean, wholesome
life of a Jovial American, who sees
many things of a humorous nature,
as he goes through this ��� VerM, and
Still is always ready to respond to
any call for aid and quick to succor
the distressed. It Is no wonder that
"The Traveling Salesman" has been
acclaimed such a tremendous-'success
because It conveys a message of
mirth and merriment to the theatregoer. It embodies no serious discussion of sex or topics of the day. It Is
a play intended by the author to
amuse and entertain. The New York
American in speaking of it said:
"It is worth traveling miles to see."
In fact every newspaper in the city
of New York was loud In its praise,
and that it was most popular with the
general   public   Is  evidenced i by   the
A Good Investment
In
One-quarter section containing 169
acres more or less, situated on the
Paciflc highway, about seven anl a
half miles from New Westminster on
Yale road. Twenty-flve acres more
or less cleared, seven roomed house,
large barn, several chicken houses,
orchard, etc., etc.
This property is most suitably
adopted for subdividing, the Paciflr-
Highway Crossing property (which
will be the best road ln B. C), and
Coast Meridian along one side. The
terms are exceptionally easy.
Price $24,000
(6,000 Cash
Balance spread over nine years    at
7 per cent.
j    For further particulars see
WSUHMLJ
The Western Steam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Carter-Cotton Blk.
Phone Seymour 7676.
or Phone 324,
New Westminster.
wTIONOM
To Business or Picnic Parties:
Patronize the "Tlono"
Large and commodious, carrying one to twenty
with comfort.   Apply to Alex Speck, on boat at
Begbie street slip, or 'phone L. 558.
New  Westminster  City   Specialist.
McQuarrie Bros.
Phons 696. 622 Columbia etreet.| (J
MThe House of Oual��tv and L,ow Prices"
Squares
In order to clear out our odd squares we are cutting the prices to the lowest
possible figure. Yuu cannot afford to overlook this offer as you will not get
another chance to get a good quality rug like these for a long time.
Wilton Squares
9x9 feet, In'green, fawn and brown colorings. Tha
Wilton is the best wearing rug on the market and
has a very rich appearance. We offer any of these
rugs. ��
Values $36.00 for $25.00'
Brussels Squares
9x9 feet, in green, fawn, brown and red colorings.
A good wearing rug ani they come in very neat
designs.
$18 Values for $12.50
$21 Values for $15.00
Axminster Squares
In all sizes and olorlngs; for richness ln appearand serviceable wear these rugs are hard to beat.
They are seamless and come in two-tone effects,
Oriental and   floral designs; 7 ft. 6 ln. by 9 ft. size,
Values $18.50 for $12.00
Tapestry Squares
A very useful nig for bedrooms or dining rooms.
(We have a wide range of patterns and colorings to
choose from; ln all sizes, 9x9 feet size.
Values $13.50 for $9.00
Galloway & Lewis
The Store With All New Goods
Phone 829 401-403 Columbia Street WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1911.
THE DAILV NEWS.
nomrin*
SPORTS
ATHLETIC CARNIVAL
PROMISES  WELL
LORD STRATHCONA
HOLDS POSITION
In order to ascertain that the representatives from the Bellingham
Athletic are all duly registered with
the governing body across the line,
Sergt.-Major Griffiths, of the 104th
Regiment club of this city left yes
terdsy morning for the American city
to confer with the officials there.
This step was taken I o that the big
athletic carnival which is due ln the
local armouries on Sixth street on
Friday evening of this week, will be
carried out to the strict letter of the
amateur law as required by the A. A
U. of U. S. A. The officials of that
organization since the institution of
the body have shown that tbey will
not permit either boxers, wrestlers or
athletes to compete at a mixel meeting, and Sergt.-Major Griffiths rather
than leave anything to chance made
the trip south. He is after three ot
tbe best athletes ln tbe club of the
American city and bis mission promises to be a successful one.
Johnny Lee, who ls matched to
meet Yordy Barker, of Ruskin, and
reckoned to be the coming champion
of the province, has been putting ln
special training for his three round
bout and last nlgbt expressed himself
to be in the pink of condition. There
will be a large attendance of lovers
of amateur sport from the Terminal
City to see this clash, as It will be
the first appearance of Lee in competition in the west. His initial ap
pearance here some weeks ago was
of a exblbltory nature and did not
show him at his best as he was at
that time carrying an abundance of
fat. Tbis has with careful training
been now reduced and on the scales
last evening the little Scottish Canadian tipped the beam at 136 pounds
Under the watchful eye of Alex. G.
Beaton, Wrestler McDonald has been
dally getting Into shape for his catch
as-catch-can bout, the best of three
falls with Dune Gillis, the holder of
the all found championship of Canada. Two years ago the Westminster
man defeated Gillis, since wben the
. V. A. C. athlete has won premier
honors. The meeting between the
two old opponents promises to be a
severe one.
The program will consist of seven
boxing and three wrestling bouts and
-will start at eight o'clock.
'  ���     . ���
4> BOWLING. ���
'��� ��� ���
, 80WLINQ TOURNAMENT
ATTRACTIVE TO MANY
Will Continue as High Commissioner
for the present at Request of
R. L. Borden.
Ottawa, Oct. 3.���Lord Strathcona
paid a flying visit to Ottawa on Saturday as a result of which It can be
definitely stated that he will continue for the present ln hls position
as High Commissioner at London.
It is authoritatively stated that the
High Commissioner's resignation has
been in the hands of Sir Wilfrid
Laurier for two years, but that the
retiring - premier considered that i it
was ln the best Interests of the Dominion that lt should not be accepted. Of course, Sir Wilfrid will
not accept, it now and that matter
will rest entirely In the hands of Mr.
Borden's administration.
Lord' Strathcona arrived In Ottawa
shortly after 1 o'clock. He was met
at the station by R. L. Borden, Sir
William MacKenzie, Sir Sanford Fleming and a few other friends. There
was ak warn* (greeting hestw��(en
Lord Strathcona and Mr. Borden and
they conversed for a couple of minutes. The High Commissioner then
went in a motor car direct to Sir
Wilfrid Laurler's office ln the East
block. Shortly after, the two came
out together and went to the Rideau
club, where Lord Strathcona dined
with the premier.
An hour later, R. L. Borden called
on Lord Strathcona at his Ottawa
quarters at the Bank of Montreal and
they were closeted together for some
time. It is known that Mr. Borden
asked Lord Strathcona to remain at
hls post for the present and that the
High Commissioner consented. The
impression here is that he is likely to
continue to represent Canada in London so long as his health will permit.
NOTED ADMIRAL
.      DIES SUDDENLY
Admiral Schley,  Hero    of    Santiago,
Drops Dead  in Street���Served
Through Civil War.
Forty fifth Annual Fair
Opens Hid Acclamations
(Continued from page one)
separate district exhibits are shown
together with all the individual plate
exhibits and groups of produce in the
various classes. Among tbe districts
represented are Lower Arrow Lake,
Armstrong, Enderby, Fort George,
Langley, Comox, Penticton, Kamloops,
Burquitlam, Mission, Salmon Arm,
Nortb Bend and Okanagan.   There is
New   York,   Oct.   3.���Rear-Admiral <>���    	
Wlnlleld  Scott Schley dropped dead! k��en riv����p this year for the district
,     . nrizpg. which    renresent    a    sum    of
yesterday near corner    of Forty-fifth
and Fifth avenue while on his way
downtown. Tbe admiral died before
medical aid could reach him. Admiral Schley had been out of town
over Sunday and on his return bad
gone to the New York Yacht club.
After a short stay at the ��� club he
started to walk along Forty-fourth
street toward Fifth avenue when he
was taken suddenly ill.
As Admiral Schley walked along
the street the driver of a taxicab, wbo
stood alongside tbe curb, bo#ed to
him and then turned to a fellow-
chauffeur and remarked how well the
admiral was looking. Near the Berkley theatre, Admiral Schley started
across the street, and aa he stepped
prizes, which represent a sum of
nearly $1500 to be divided among the
best four district exhibits. The
coveted Dewar challenge shield goes
with the $500 flrst prize.
Tha Evening Concert.
The industrial building with its
many richly draped and arranged exhibits was tbe scene last night of
practically all the activity on the
grounds. The drizzling rain outside
was a deterrent to business on "Sockeye Run," and effectually centred the
attention ot the patrons of the. exhibition in tbe buildings. During the
evening delightful music floated
melodiously through the Industrial
building and held the music lovers
spellbound for a couple of hours.
The 72nd Highlanders' band from
Vancouver composed of some of the
best bandsmen ln the country provided the  music  and entertainment to
across me sireei, anu aa ue iwyinui-���   ���	
upon  the   curb,  passersby  aaw  Mm j^8"*"   of th*   most   **���*"�������
fall.     ^^^^^^
Several persons rushed to his aid
and the traffic policeman sent ln a
hurry call for physicians and an ambulance. Admiral Schley died before
the ambulance arrived.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILV NEWS.
We will lend your money (or you on Approved First
MtWjfBges 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.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
The Westminster Trust and Safe Deposit Co.,Ltd.
,c J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
Scotch   Concert.
That the Scotch concert to be given
at tbe Opera house tonight is assured
of a brilliant success, ls the opinion
of all those who have seen the program which was printed in these columns last week. There ls a galaxy
of talent which could not well be surpassed ln tbe province, and all to
whom the old�� country songs and
music'will appeal should not fail to
secure their tickets.
Tbe management states that no
tickets wlll be held after eight o'clock
this evening. They are on sale at
MacKenzie's drug store.
Yesterday evening in the Front
atreet alleys the first bouts in what
gives promise of being one of tbe
most Interesting competitions ever
held In the clty were decided. The
-rules of the competitions called for
teams of two players, who after being
-beaten  cannot  again  enter  together,
* but either of the twain or both may
���' select a fresh pnrtne* and again take
��� part in the meeting. E ���-.     '. '-.
A. B. Chamberlin, who Is going
great guns thus early this season, was
highest scorer with a return of ,242,
while Bert Pike with an average of
1?4 presently leads the bunch ot pin
twirlers.    The, scores are appenJed:
MANY ARE COMING OVER
FROM UNITED STATES
Walsh       -213
Corbttt 181
Chamberlin
Chamberlin
A. Chamberlin
P. Willette  ..
L. O'Connor
.160
..165
.169
..195
..163
Walsh 153
203
156
222
156
177
193
179
138
155���571
164���501
1072
166���548
187���508
1056
166���512
188 576
1088
160���5\2
154���445
J. Chamberlin
Bert Pike  ..
P. Whlllette
L. O'Connor
..163
...202
947
132 169���454
172    109���583
Ottawa. Oct.   3.���During   the   flrst
flve months of the current flscal year,
April 1 to Sept. 1. 212,854 immigrant
settlers arrived ln Canada.   Of these
141.021   arrived   at  ocean   ports   ahd
71,833  were  from  the United  States.
These figures show an increase ot   18,
per cent, as compared with the figures
t6r tbe corresponding months of the
last flscaT year, which were 115,159 at
ocean porta    and    65.180    from    the
United States, making a total for flve
months, April 1 to September 1, 1910,
of 180,384    persons.    During    August
there  were  30:il5 arrivals.  13,098  of
them being at ocean ports and 17,019
trom tbe United States,    as   against
34,777 for August last year, 14,287 of
whom were at ocean ports and 10,490
trom tbe States.
It will be seen that there was a
slight falling off in arrivals at ocean
ports as compared with August last
year. This was cause 1 by the strike
in the old country. This loss is much
more than made up, however, by the
remarkable increase In the arrivals
from the States, which was 42 per
cent, in advance of that for August
last year.
1037
.171 158 138���467
.145    170   168���483
R. Corbett
A. Chamberlli,
950
...180    178    127���485
..242    155    150���547
FIND DISCIPLINE
FAR TOO STRICT
1032
Walsh and Monteith. the popular
proprietors of the alleys are out with
a prize of $5 for the recorder of the
highest Bcore for the month, while
the same sum has been tacked up for
the player who ls successful in registering the most 200's.
j Inter-City Bowling Match.
In Ihe Front street alleys this
fcvenln,-;. the third lnter-clty match of
the season will be bowled between
representatives of the Pender street
rooms and the Westminster establishment. Both previous games resulted
In victory for the Royal City quintette and from the practices which
have heen put ln by the locals, there
Is every reason to look for another
credit side win this evening.
Wss  Popular  Airman.
Helena.   Mont.,   Oct.   3.���Cromwell
TMxon.   the   19-year-old   aviator   who
~was killed at Spokane today, was the
popular Idol    ln Helena   last   we��k,
during the Montana State Fair.   He
��ave exhibitions each day, concluding
Saturday, when  he  won  110,000  for
flying across the Rocky Mountains���
a feat which had never - been accomplished before���and then   flew back
again, arriving at the   fair grounds
to receive the greatest ovation ever
accorded   any person   at   the   State
j   Governor Norris led Dixon to  the]
judges' stand and proclaimed htm the
greatest aviator In the world.
Droos to Death.
Spokane, Oct. 3.���Fr*^h from his
iriumnh of last Saturdav when he
toptied tbe Rocky mountains in a sail
flight from Helena, Cromwell Dixon,
19 years old, the Curtiss aviator,
dropped to his death from a height of
one hundred feet at the Interstate
Mir here this afternoon.
Los Angeles, Oct. 3.���Tl'e Southern
California conference of the Methodist Episcopal church yesterday adopted almost unanimously a resolution
asking the general conference, whicb
meets next May in Minneapolis, to
Btrike from the discipline of the
church the rule against card playing,
theatregolng and dancing.
In place of the paragraph pronouncing against these amusements lt Is
urged by the Southern California
Methodists that the statement of John
Wesley, making lt a matter ot conscience with the individual church
member, be substituted.
"if this resolution fin's favor at
the general conference," said one of
the prominent delegates," lt will pull
the teeth ot this whole question,
which has resulted ln much misunderstanding and criticism."
Discountenancing Violence.
San Francisco, Oct. 3.���There was
no change apparent today In the
shopmen's stiT.��e on the Harriman
lines of this coast. The various
shops were plcketei as usual, but the
union outposts refrained from violence or excitable conversation ln accosting those who passe 1 through
their lines. No attempt to increase
the strike force still at work was reported by the night duty men, bo far
as the local shops were concerned.
Provincial University.
Vancouver, Oct. 3.���At the opening
of the Latimer college here last night
the Hon. Dr. Young, Mini/'or ot Edu-,
cation, stated that $1,000,000 would'-!
be set aside from next year's revenue
for the purpose of commencing the
construction of the Provincial university at Point Qrey. He also stated
that lt had been found necessary to
add fifty more acres to the 177 already procured, to provide grounds
for the residences of the professors.
The president of the new university
he said will be the best man that
money can get.
| An endeavor wlll be made to bring
King George to lay the foundation
stone and falling him a very near
relative will be asked to perform that
ceremony.
, l|>l��f I ����� llum
\\i\
i\\   rto
PROVINCIAL
-&LL.
J*T
Queen's Park, New Westminster
���   ��5j 4y 9y Of   / j
���^-j. ' ��� "���''  ''
IJJfREDS Of STOCK AND HtUIT DIBITS
Tbe Finest Agricultural Skew in Western Canada
���i I    W****
mh-^mi - *
r
Tuesday, Oct. 3���Official opening.
Wednesday, Oct. 4.���Scottish Day.
TKursday, Oct. {^Championship
Baseball.
Friday, Oct. 6.--TGhildren,s Sports.
Saturday, Oct. 7.~Sports, Baseball
jGOD .SAVE TSIEJgg��& ^
..*.*. ii- -V -\ -''--'
~a******m
���P.
Every man who puts on a
"Stetson" or a "Von Gal" make
hat has something more than a
fine hat; he has a permanent
guarantee of satisfaction*
Prices $1.50 up to $5.00
Special Wool Finish at $1.50
SEE OUR WINDOW
A. S. MILLS & CO.
THE HOUSE OF FASHION-CRAFT.
SI7 Columbia St. New Westminster
Hv '^'-������?������������> i..,,.v '-XT"-"
Special rates on all railways and steamships.
M5&
t. J. TRAPP, Pre*.     D. E. MACKENZIE, Manager
Manufacturing Site
160 feet waterfrontage ln the city with1   railroad    trackage    and
yard room.
Price, $55,000.   Cash, $15,000
BALANCE TO ARRANGE.
mz
McBRIDE& CLARKE
Phone S29. Room 16, Collister Block.
B.C. Milk
Timber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds *S
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, 8A8H.  DOORS.  INTERIOR  FINISH,
TURNED WORK, PISH BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    ANO
FANCY QLASS.
'���:,���.,���.
Y"
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone II
Nsw Westminster
13/
-.i 3
Homes far Sale-Easy Terms
Seven roomed Inm, modern', full sized lot, cleared and in
lawn; on Fifth avenoe. Price fitOO; terms one-quarter caah, balance one, two anl throe years..' 	
���New house on Buchanan avenue, flve rooms, modern. Price only
12000; terms (260 cash, balance $30 per month.
Chance for Homebuilders
Five lots on London street, *%0 teet frontage. Price 94000; terms
one-quarter cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24 months.
Large lot on Sixth street car line. Price 91400; terms, ono-
quarter cash, balance 6, 12, 18 nnd 24 months.
For further Information api\y to
CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Are open for business in
their new building, 544
COLUMBIA STREET
....,.��� , i	
,*r*r*-irr it:*---'-*-���	
See Our Window Display of Pearl Handle Qnmto
DEMENT SETS
DINNER SETS
BUTTER SPREADERS
CAKE KNIVES
FISH  SETS
��b *fnun bets
FISH CARVERS
���    BREAD KNIVES
BERRY SPOONS, ETC
P.
THT
S20 COLUMBIA STREET.
.NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Chamberlin
Official Tins* Inspector tor C.F.R. and  B.C.C Wy
HM S IMMMI i r     PAGE 8DE
THE DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  4,   19tf.
f      CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Columbia street sewer local improvement debentures assessment bylaw, 1911.
Schedule showing the real property Immediately benefitted and th<3
proportion in which the assessment is made on per foot frontage.    Annual
Blk. Lot.     Name of Owner. Frontage. Payment
C.16   1       Hankey G. Alers   66 ft- *1.*-
2       Hankey G. Alers   M n- ls-4'^
C.17   -7       McKay Barbara S 66 ft- 15'4^
8 '   McNamara Mary & Clarke Wm. N 66 ft. 15.42
9 Boutillier  Annie   (Estate) G6 ft. 15.42
10       Edmonds William    **-,**��� 15-42)
-     11 Roman Catholic Church... 66 ft- 15-42
12 Roman Catholic Church  6G ft- 1��-42
C.18   7 Baker Jane  (Agt. J. K. George)    66 ft. 15.42
8 Dickinson R. (Estate)    66   ft. 15.42
9 Baker Jane  (Agt.  Bynames B. F.)    66 ft. 15.42
10 Salter J. A 'M ft. 15.42
11 Colton Fox J. S 66   ft. ��.��
12 Colton Fox J. S 66   ft   -        15.4-
C.19   1       Coote  Josiae    '��������?�� 1B42
2       Coote   Josias    6G  ft li>Ai
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation qf the City of New
Westminister Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the properties in the Schedule above mentioned the sums or
money annually for twenty years set opposite each lot. and Court or Revision for trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed 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 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. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
CITY OF NKW  WKSTMINSTKK.
"Math Street from Third   lisjas ��u   Sixth     Avenae    Cement     Sidewalks
Loral Improvemeat Debenture Assessment  By-I.aw, MM."
Schedule showing the Real Property immediately benefitted ana the proportion   in   which     \be    Assessment  ismade wi per foot frontage-
Blk.
S. 6  . .
I>0t
13	
14 89&30
31..
S.   7
S.   10
10 & 23
11 & 23
10 & 23
.id......
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
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:
Ho. Annual
Blk.   Lot.    Sub.    Subd. Name of Owner      Frontage. Payment
C.5       1 Swanson,   Alfred    66 ft. $14.09
2   W  pt    S. *4 Swanson,   Alfred     22 ft.     4.70
S. pt. of M. ft Trapp, T. J 24 It.     5.12
E. pt.                                      Waghorn, J. W., & Martin,   H 20 ft.     4.27
g   w.  V* Waghorn, J. W., & Mar-
.   tin,   H 33 ft     7.05
E   V4 Lees Limited    33 ft.     7.05
.4   W. pt >      ���, ..t Lees Limited  11 ft.     2.36
E. pt. '���* '�����'   .'���"      '       Trapp,  T. J., &  Co..Ltd.. 55 ft.   11.75
,'5   s.  % Edwards, Chas.  W. etal 66 ft    14.09
J6 " i       Myers, T. C. et al   66 ft.   14.09
17   W. pt Myers, T. C. et al    22     4.70
������8 Pearson, Thomas R.   ... 66 ft   14.09
J9 Hamley,   F.   T 66 ft.   14.09
0 . '   * 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    the    sums    of
money annually for twenty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for thetrial df complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made will be held on Friday  the   27th  day  of  October,   1911,
commencing at 10 o'clock ln the forenoon at the Council Chamber In the
City Hail, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice   of appeal
from such  intended  assessment must  be served  upon  the  Clerk   of the
Municipal Councll at least eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
Dated this 27th day of September,i911.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
S.   10        11.
13.
Subd.
4
5
6
7
8
3
10
11
1
���>
3
4
8
9
10
11
15
16
18
19
1
o
3
4
5
9
10
11
12
5
6
9
10
Re-
Subd.
Name of Owner
Frontage
Ft.
13
14
20
Ovens, Thomas  	
.lones, Henry A	
Jones,  Hen.y  A	
Jones, Henry A	
.lones, Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones, Henry A.   	
Jones, Henry A.   ........
Jones, Henry A	
Liyrne, Prlscttla A	
Thomas, \V	
Thomas, W	
Sharpe,   James   S	
Henderson. Abraham 1C>
Hansen, Christian   	
Hood, John W	
Mollard,  Robert   	
sand, Benjamin a	
Coatham,   Maggie   	
Murray, John	
Burns,   John   W	
Cunningham, George   ..
Dawe,  Sauluel J	
Galney,  Josiah   	
Cunningham, James   ....
Lughton. George  	
Lughton, George  	
Swain, Samuel   	
Swain, Samuel  	
Swain, Samuel  	
Barbaree, T. H	
Morgan, Harry D	
Morgan,   Harry   D	
Swain,  Gad   	
Smith,  Joseph  W	
Smith,  Joseph W	
Smith,  Joseph   W	
Yorkshire Guarantee and
Security  Corporation
Thompson,  Isabella A.
Richmond.   Stanley
220
66
66
66
till
66
66
55
65
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
6k
55
55
55
(6
66
66
66
Anneal
Pay'm't
$36.76
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
9.21
9.21
9.21
9.21
7.81
7.81
7.81
7.81
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
Heath, Wlllla H       66
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
NOTICK IS HEREBY GrVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster intend* to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-taw 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
the trial ot 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 tn the forenoon at the Council Chamber in tbe 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.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Dated  the 27th day of September, 1911.
CITV    OF    NKW    WKSTMI.NSTKH.
"Maekenale Street trom Colombia   to A��ne�� Streets Paved Roadw
Improvement Debenture Asaeaament   B.'-l-��w, 1911."
-Schedule showing  the  Real  Property  Immediately benefitted and
portion in which the Assessment ls made on per foot frontage:
Re-
Subd.
Blk.
C. 13
C.  25
Lot
10
17
21
22
1
8
8
Subd.
Name oT Owner
S.  55
N.  77
Sup. ft.
612.125
Dominion government .
McNamara,   Mary,   and
Clarke.   W.   N      612.125
Collister,   W.  8      716,000
Gulchon, L.   (estate)..     726.000
Kales, W.  E    1650.000
Pringle, Michael         687,000
Hardman. Alfred      962,500
sy Loral
the pro-
Annual
Pay ml.
| 43.93
43.93
52.10
52.10
118.40
49.30
69.97
163.01
266.41
���33*5? WTiwrasrr iocM.- wvatwaMSHt
M��we* m-v -\^ta*a**i. v��w
DEBENTtlRE       AB8EBB-
wm��  Vtovorttam  la   ��Mth ft.    MuumtM  l��  m*a��  on ver   toot frontage*
Annual
Front-     Pay-
Court House  .Provincial Gov't       2271.500
Carnegie Library  City New West'm'ster.   3712,500
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Ky-Ijiw 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 thc assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Friday, the" 27th day ofOctober. 1911, commencing at 10 o'clock
in the forenooon at the Council Chem-er 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.
nated this 27th day  of September, 1911.
< W. A.  DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Blk.
C.34
S.5
Re-
Lot    Subd.     Subd.
Name of Owner.
age.     ment.
3
4
7&8
8
9
A.
3
4
S.tt
S.tt
2
3
4
5
W.tt
Npt.
61&62
7 to 10
11
��3
64&6S
S.6
S.5 64&05 2
3
1
4
5
fi
7
8
7
Pt.
Bai.
22
of
43
N.
S.
1
41&42    6
7
J 8
9
10
11
12
13 to 18
S.7 2.30&3.31 1
18
19
36
4.29      6
7
8
9      S.
9 N.
10
11
12
13
33
9
10
27
28
4        6
7
18
19
Tipperary Park
tt
Corbould   Gordon   E 66  ft.
Corbould Gordon E. .. 132 ft.
Vidal James H 66 ft.
Johnston  John J 66  ft.
Mackay J. J 66 ft.
Schaake Kate    66 ft.
Rae Jessie    132 ft.
Gray  Alexander B 66 ft.
Rand Artuhur E   66 ft.
Clute  Mary L.  R 50 ft.
Gifford Annie A. 66 ft.
Gardner   Eliza  J 66 ft.
Gardner, Eliza J 52.8 ft.
McNeil A. T 48.8 ft
Cliffe  Ronald  B 26.8  ft.
Sinclair James  W.   ...52.8 ft.
Elly  Reuben       52.8ft.
McLeod Alfred W 66 ft.
Gordon  Mary  C 66 ft.
Gifford Luey & Thos. Jr. 63 ft.
Rogers,   Mary   S 63 ft
Lyle,   Frank   B 73 ft.
Wintemute,  Jane   (est). .66 ft.
Reid,  Alex,   (estate)   ..45.5ft.
Reid,  Alex,   (estate)    22 ft.
Lane, Robt. &  Wm (lii ft.
Smith,   Franklin    46.6 ft.
Wlndebank.   Hori    50 ft.
Truman,   William   II 86 ft.
Wlndebank,   Horl    84 ft.
Oliver,   Elizabeth     55ft.
Barnett,   Louisa   M 52.5 ft.
Burden,  J.   K 50 ft.
Voung,  Murdock    50 ft.
Young,  Pete II 5(1 ft.
Boughen, IS. J
Boughen, IB. J
Bembrach, L.
West Home &
Home &.
Home &
Home &
Home  &
West
West
West
West
Doig
Imp.
Imp.
Imp.
Imp.
Imp.
....50 ft.
....50 ft.
...,50 ft.
Co.51 ft.
Co.51 ft.
Co.r.l ft.
Co.51 ft.
('0.51 ft.
S.7       4.29
S.10     2&
Arthur     66 ft.
Calbeck,  John   A 66 ft.
McKenzie,   John     66 ft.
Rees.   Richard     66 ft.
Broad.   Emily    60 ft.
Peebles.   Peter    60 ft.
Waltt,   M.   W���   &   Co....60 ft
Cunningham.   .lames   ...:10ft.
Todhunter,   Thomas    ?,0 ft.
Lane,   William     60 ft.
Christian,  \V.   D 60 ft.
Whiteside, W, J 60 ft.
Murray,   William    60 ft.
Shaw, James  Pearson   ..60ft.
Loree,   James   C 66 ft.
Loree,   James   C 66 ft.
Banton,   Lucy    66 ft.
Croll. James  A 66 ft.
Burnett,   Mavta    61 ft.
Croll.   James   A (lift.
Horton,   William    61 ft.
Etherington, Arthur E..61 ft.
City   New   WestmlnsterSfil ft.
$30.17
60.34
30.17
30.17
30.17
30.17
60.34
30.17
30.17
22.86
30.17
30.17
24.13
22.30
12.26
24.13
24.13
38.17
30.17
28.80
28.80
33.36
30.17
20.80
10.06
31.55
20.80
22.86
39.20
38.40
25.15
24.00
22.86
22.86
22.86
22.86
22.86
22.86
23.32
23.32
23.32
23.32
28.32
30.17
30.17
30.17
30.17
27.43
27.43
27.43
13.72
13.72
27.43
27.43
27.43
27.43
27.43
30.17
30.17
30.17
30.17
27.88
27.88
27.88
27.88
256.67
err*   ov   nkw wstTMinrri.ii.
'TL'""*,/*?** 'TT, K,*\tfc ����"����� ����� ����*����������� Maefctee wo.k., OwmsM eia-
ivallta, Kerbs and Retaining Walls l.seal Improvement Debenture Am*��.
ment  Bylaw,  1011."
Schedule  showing the  Real  Property  Immediately   benefitted   and    the
portion ln  which the Assessment  is  made on  per  foot  frontage:
Blk.
C.   4
C.5
Lot.
1   &   2
..     3
     4
      1
 2
 2
 2
.3
.3
.4
..4
.5
W. 1-3
M. 24'
E.  20'
W. 1-2
E.  1-2
W. pt.
E. pt.
6,  7
C.6
Lytton
     8
     9
     10
     11
     1
     2
     3
     4
Square
C.7
...    4
... 5
... 6
"... 7
... 8
9.  15
Name  of Owner. 1
B. C. Electric Ity. Co.   .
reck & Preston 	
Keary,   W.   II	
Swanson,    A	
do    	
Trapp,   T.   J	
Waghorn.   J.   W.   and
Martin   H	
do   	
Lees.   Limited   	
do    	
Trapp. T. J. Co. Ltd...
Edwards. ('. W., Blatoh
ley, A , and Heynnn, K
Myers. T. C. & It. II.. tt
Daniels,   Ethel   B	
Tearsnn,   Thomas   ft.
Hamley,   F.   T	
Cunningham,   James   . . .
Drew.   George   	
Thomas,   Ellis   	
Trutch.  Sir Joseph   W...
Lafferty,   A.   N	
Douglas.   John and J.  A.
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CITY  OF  NBW WHSTMINftTKR.
"negble   .Stret    (rom 'Colnmbia    to   Carnarvon   Streets   Paved   llosdirsr
Local   Improvement   Debenture   Assessment   By-Law,   1011."
Schedule   showing   the   real   property   Immediately      benefited     and    the
proportion   ln   which   the   assessment   Is made on  per  foot frontage:
Annual
Plk.      Lot Sub. Re-subd Name of Owner Frontsge    Pay't
CM 2
C.13
1-2
3
4
N.E.i    of   N.E.J
N.l
S.W.}
N.J
.*.*.*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing thp 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 ag.iinst the assessment
so proposed 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
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.
i W. A. DUNCAN, City���CIerk.
Waghorn,   James   K 66ft.
Majorlbank   Hon.   Coutts 66ft.
Hankey,  G. Alers 66ft.
Hankey,  G.  Alers 66ft.
Westminster Trust A Safe
Deposit   Co 66ft.
Kennedy,    Hobert     33ft.
Shlnobu,   C S3ft.
Howes,   J.  G.   and Hampton,   Robert    33ft.
Wallace,    James   S 66ft.
166.02
66.02
66.02
66.02
66.02
33.01
33.01
33.01
66.02
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 thirty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for
the trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed
t> be made will be held on Friday, the 27th day of October, till, commencing at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at tne Council Chamber in the City Hall,
New Westminster, British Columbia, any notice of appeal from Buch 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  ot  September, 1911.       '
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Roadway     Local
CITY OF NEW WBSTMIHSTKR.
"Lorne Street from Colombia to Agnes   Streets   Paved
Improvement  Debenture Assessment  By-Law, 1811."
Schedule  showing  the   real  property Immediately benefited and the proportion in which the assessment is male on ner foot frontage:
Sup.        Annual
Feet      Faym't
Blk.      Lot
C.13        2
Subd.
Re-eubd
3
4
4
5
5
25
Court   House
C.24        6
7
8
Carnegie  lib.
S.E.i
N.E.I
N.E. J
S.E.i
Name   ot   Owner
Westminster      Trust      &
Safe  Deposit Co 693 $29.91
Kennedy.   Robert       462 19.94
Howes, J. G. and Hampton,   Hobert      462 19.94
Corbould. Gordon  E 462 19 94
Wetheral,   J 462 19.94
McQuarrie,     W.     G.     and
Whealler, Anson       462 19.94
Trapp.   T.   J    693 29.91
Provincial    Government. .2156 93.09
Smyth.  Robert   1��60 71.2*
Smyth.  Robert   1650 71.2*
P    C.     Permanent     Loan
Co     1650 71.2*
Diamond, J. H., Corbould,
O. B. and George, J. K.  1660 71.2*
City   of   N.   Westminster 7424 320.68
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster Intends to pass a Local mprovement Assessment By-Law assessing the properties ln 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 be
made will be held on Friday tne 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
arsessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Muncipal Council at least
eight  days  prior  to such  court  of  Revision.
Dated this 27th day of September, 1911.
W.  A. DUNCAN,
City Cleric.
CITY  OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
'���Kighth Street from Koyal Avenue to   Sixth     Avenue     Cement     Sidewalks.
Local   Improvemeat   Debenture   Assessment Bylaw. 1011."
Schedule showing the Real  Property  immediately    benefited    and  the    proportion ln which the Assessment ls made on per foot frontage
Blk.
Lot
Toronto   Place
   do
Reserve
C.35   ..10
.11
S.5
18
Subd.
N.66
M.66
S.66
N.66
M.66
S.66
Resubd.   Name   of  Owner.
Annual
Frontage.    .'ay'L
19. 20. 21
'.'.".'..   53
'.'."..'. '.it
S.5
S.6
54
12
13
..31
12
.31
pro-
Annual
Subd.    Resubd.    Name  of  Owner. Frontage.    Pay't.
I  41.10
20.66
20.65
20.55
6.86
7.48
6.24
10.11
10.28
3.14
17.14
10.55
27.42
20.55
20.65
20.65
20.55
20.66
20.65
20.55
20.65
132   ft. 41.10
66  ft. I0.lt
66  ft. 20.55
66 ft.   20.65
tin  it.   10.51
.66 ft. 20 65
II ft. 20.65
66 ft. 2065
68 ft. 20.65
462 ft.   141.87
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of .New
Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Hylaw 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 ak'alnst the assessment so proposed 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 In the City Mall, New
Westminster, British Columbia, rnd 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.
-�� W.  A.   DUNCAN.
Dated  the 27th day of September,  1911. City  Clerk.
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Provincial   Government   396 ft.
.Galbralth,   Hugh
(Estate)        66 ft
do       66 ft.
V'ass.   Christina,  M 66 ft.
Myers,  Joseph      6* ft
Gilley,  James  R.
(EBtate)       66 ft
do       66 ft
Gilley,  Herbert    165 ft
Duncan, D. Annie       66 ft
Johnson, James     66 (t
Johnson,   ThomaB    66 ft
Johnson, William Angus 66 ft.
Gilley,   Walter   A 66 ft.
Gilley,   Annie F 66 ft.
do        66 ft.
Sprott.   Mary       66 ft.
Sprott.   John  H 66 ft.
Grimmer, Lancelot,  Jr...  66 tt
Emerson,  Sadie      66 ft.
Gamon.  John G 66 ft
Cunningham, James ...166 ft.
Ovens,   Thomas    220 ft
Adams,   Alexander   ... 55 ft.
I'lux,   Louisa      65 ft.
Freeman,  M.  Eddy 55 ft.
Klmblo, Martha M. ..27.10 ft
Glauville, Alfred A. ..27.60 ft
Mllberry. Belle C. ...46.75 ft
Trustees Free Methodist
Church     46.75 ft.
Brown,   William'    46.75 ft
Fletcher,   Robert   J.   ..46.75 ft.
Dunn.   C.   C 48 ft.
Gregory,   Anthony       47 ft.
Ackley,   Abraham      47 ft.
do     2J.5 ft
Nelson,   Perl    23.6 ft
do        47  ft.
Gilley,  Fanny  B 47 ft.
Qilley. Rmmerson Qio.. . 47 ft.
I'eunon,   Ktal       (6  ft
Archlhold. Kllsabeth O. *t* ft.
Bruwu.   Leopold   T       fit   ft
Hudson,   Naomi        M rt!
Brown,   Leopold   T 4I> 6  ft.
do     49.5 ft.
Waters.  Denis   49.5  ft.
Bray, D.  l>. and Minnie.82.5 ft
Dunn,   C.   C 66 ft
Westminster     Trust   ft
Safe   Deposit
Westminster
ft.
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Trust   &
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Chappell,   John        49.5ft]
Chappell,   John        49.5ft.
Cnappell,   John        49.5ft
Chappell,   John        49.5ft]
Innes,  Alexander      55   ft.
���Wormell,    Nelson    ftnd
Paulina       55
Hudson,   Naomi       55
Gaudin,   Elisa   Jane..!.   55
Gaudin,   Eliza   Jane 56
Fraser,   Mary      55
Smith,  M.   L    ,  59.4ft.
Chapman,   R.   K 59.4ft.
Chapman,   R.   K 69.4ft
Chapman,   R.   K 59.4ft
Douglas,   Robert   E    59.4ft.
Douglas.    John    P    59.4ft
Htorm.   Edward        59.4
Hardman,   Alfred    ......  59.4ft
Hardman,   Alfred    .....  W.tti.
Hardman,   Alfred    .....  59.4ft
Hembrough,   Elisabeth     6(Mft
Lene,   Robert   	
Pprott,   Mary     /,
Sprctt.   Mary     ,,
Ackerman.  Augusta M
Ackerman,   Augusta   M.
Saunders,  Edwin
Wilson,   Mary   Jane
Huntley,   Margaret
Psker.    Arthur    F...
Summers.   William
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9.71
9.73
9.71
9.7S
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7.30
7.30
7 30
8.10
8.10
8.10
8.10
8.10
8.10
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8.75
8,T5
8.75
8.75
8.75
4.37
4.37
875
9.73
8.10
8.10
8.10
9.73
NOTICE IS HEHERY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-I^aw
selling the properties In the Schedule above mentioned the sums o f mon
annually for twenty years set opposlteeach I ot, and Court of Revision for tho
trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Friday, the 27th day of October, 1911, commencing at Id
o'clock In the forenoon at the Council Chamber In the City Hall, Now Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended as-
seasment must be served upon the Clerk of tho Municipal Council at
eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
least
Dated thla 27th day of September. 1911.
W.
A.  DUNCAN.
City Clerlt.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It Is ths stuff that tha foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be need ln two ways; to   spend   for   what   to
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In the future.  Money cannot be Invested until lt is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorised Capital, ��2,000,000.    Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager,
��� WEDNE8DAY,  OCTOBER  4,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
JtAOK SEVElf.
DressmakinS
Tailor  Sults,< Evening  Dresses, ad
Ijeautlful patterns, Just received from
*>arU- . , r.
Perfect flt guaranteed.    See
Mrs. Gaultier
Lavery Block.
Canadian Northern Steamships,Ltd.
THE^ALLJS
MONTREAL���QUEBEC.
TO  BRI8TOL, ENGLAND
Shortest Route to London on 12,000
, Ton Floating Palaces.
Next   Sailings  from   Montreal:
���ROYAL   EDWARD    OCT. 4
ROYAL   GEORGE    OCT.  13
ROYAL   EDWARD    NOV.  1
ROYAL GEORGE    NOV. 14
Xmas Sailing from Halifax.
ROYAL   EDWARD NOV.  29
ROYAL   GEORGE DEC.   13
Rates of Passage:
1st Class, $92.50, and upwarda.
2nd Class, $53.75, and upwards.
'.Ird  Class.  Bristol or London,  $32.50.
Further information from Ed Goulet, C. P. R. Agent, or write
A. H. Davis. General Agent
272 Main St., Winnipeg.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FI8H  AND GAME.
ATLINO & SWAIN, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetablea, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot MontreaL
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, publlc stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St.
JUDGE 18 FIRM ON
NATURALISATION
Judge   Grant  Thinks  Two   Witnesses
Should Vouch for Applicant���Only
Best Wanted in Canada.
Tha
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve       6,900,000
The Bank haa 175 branches,
extending ln Canada from the
Atlantic to the Paciflc; in Cub*,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Iseued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities In tbe World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
IOARD OF TRADE���NEW Vv ks'I
minster Board of Trade meets in ta��
board room, Ctty Hall, aa follows:
Third Thursday of eacb month;
quarterly meeting on tbe tmro
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and November, at a p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New member* may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. c. H
Btuart-Wade. tecretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27 ���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend.    C. J. Purvis, N.G.;  W.
C. Coatham, P. G. recording secretary;  R. Purdy, financial secretary.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 1, 2 and 3, ln Block 6, Lot
10. ln Hlock 60, and Lots 7 and 8, in
Block 51, all ln the subdivision of District Lot flve hundred and forty (640),
In the City of Vancouver.
Whereas proof of loss of certificate
of title No. 0278A, to the above named
^property Issued in the name of
Thomas William Kingsmlll has been
Bled In this office. Notice is hereby
lven that 1 shall at the expiration of
r<mc month from date of first publication hereof Issue a duplicate of said
' -certificate of title, unless ln the mean-
-tlme valid objection be made to me in
���writing.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlco
^Chls 8th day ot September. 1911.
ARTHUR G. SMITH.
Dlatrict Registrar.
PROFESSIONAL.
j. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and  McKenzie streets, New West
. minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WADE, WHEALLER. McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, h.^oms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie etreets; Vancouver offices, Williams building. 41 Granville street. F. C Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
NEW
WESTMIN8TER
SERVICE
MAIL
rime Time
of o'
Arrival: Closing:
$0:00���United States via C. P. R-
(dally except Sunday) .23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday),,. 8:00
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. H.
(daily   except   Sunday). .11:16
7 ��� 40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R-
(daily except Bunds*)..16:00
8:00���Victoria via B. C. H. R.
Vancouver, Oct. 3.���Judge Grant
has taken an emphatic stand with regard to the naturalization of foreigners in Vancouver. His honor Indicated his position very clearly yesterday morning after the usual session of the County Court.
"I believe," sal J Judge Grant, "that
Hritish citizenship should stand for
the very highest qualities, and I propose to steadily oppose granting naturalization to any but those who, it
is clearly shown, are likely to become
good citizens In every sense of the
term. In the past many, I think, have
been granted naturalization papers
without a sufficiently strict inquiry
being held into their credentials. I
Intend to put a stop to this sort of
thing."'
His Honor stated that he did not
think naturalization should be granted to any foreigner who could not be
vouched for, for at least three years
by some reputable British subject before application for naturalization
was made.
In the old country lt was necessary
to have four witnesses to vouch for
the character of anybody on whose
behalf such an application was made.
Hts Honor thought that at least two
citizens were necessary in this city.
"Citizenship ln Canada should be
the proudest boast of any Inhabitant
of this country," declared Judge
Grant. "We want the very best people in this country, and 1 Intend to
take a firm stand on the quesuon of
naturalization."
His Honor is also determined to
have the applications for naturalization made out accurately. There has,
he Intimated, been considerable carelessness in this connection. For instance, he has several applications on
file made out on the King Edward
VII. forms.
"There Is, I think, question as to
the legality of the applications
when they are made out ln this way,"
commented Judge Grant. "King
George is our present sovereign, and
I do not know whether an oath of
loyalty made to a former sovereign
would be binding. There Is altogether
too much carelessness in connection
with the preparation of naturalization applications."
TRIPOLI BEFORE
THE BOMBARDMENT
How It Fares in the   City Which
Supposed  to   Be   Doomed   by
Italians.
We have
Cash
To Purchase
Approved
Agreements
of Sale
Of*  VROTB-KTIBS
WHICH AM fiOT
MO'R.TGA.GE'D
PROMPT ATTENTION
Dow,fraser&Co.,ltd.
HEA.L   ESTATE AAD
FlTtE 1/tJaSWRA.J^CE.
*t TEH CEflT. I/fTEH.-
EST OJf "DETOS1TS.
SUBJECT TO CHEQUE
CRE*DITE*D MOJiTHLV
317-321 Cambie St.
Yancouver, B.C.
WHITE STAR SBSSEIMK-UUIEEST'yarqilADA
SAILINGS   FROM   MONTREAL  AND QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL
"Laurentic"��. Wegantic"
"Teutonic" SS;.fi   "Canada"
Luxurious Twin
And Triple Screw
ROYAL MAIL
STEAMERS
OCT. 14.
NOV. 11.
OCT. 7.
NOV. 4.
-****
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS:
From   Portland,  Me., and   Halifax to Liverpool.
"CANADA"   DEC.   2���"MEGANTIC" DEC. 9���"TEUTONIC" DEC.
14.
The LAURENTIC and MEGANTIC are the largest, finest and most
modern steamers from Canada. Elevators, lounges, ladles' and smoking-
room suites with bath. String orchestra. First, second and third class
passengers carried.
The TEUTONIC and CANADA carry cabin passengers ln one class only
(II) affording maximum facilities at minimum cost. Fine third class.
Apply local railway agents or company's office, 619 Second Ave., Seattle.
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
Mfr October 5
THE GREAT LAUGHING 8UCCESS
"THE TRAVELING SALESMAN"
By Jamea Forbes, Author of "The Chorus Lady."
THE  MOST DI8CU88ED COMEDY OF THE CENTURY.
THE PLAY WITH ONE THOUSAND LAUGHS.
THE RECORD���NINE  MONTH8 IN NEW YORK, 8EVEN MONTHS
IN CHICAGO, FIVE MONTHS IN BOSTON.
Original 8cenlc and Electrical Equipment and a Company of Unuaual
Excellence, Including
Don McMillan and Dorothy Grey
Prices 9130, $1.00 and 75c.   Seat Sale at MacKenzie's Pharmacy.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now u the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
Rome,  Oct.  3.���A long special de-   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���patch  from  Tripoli describee plctur- i batxe<i.     Hundreds   of   teooaaa    have
esquely   the   appearance   ot   the   ctty \>>een  vacated.    Terror tsam Mixed Vam     ^.=^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
"on the eve of    Italian    occupation.^ ^habitant*.     AM   ^*yr*3**, !g? \ ����e��ei��sa��e��S������*a��e������������� HHMMW'W"*'*"
The native population, tt appears, te   empty except that at ^"*""*f��*-
taking  the   course    ot    events   wlth^BUiate   which ts  occupied by corres-
ZtytotMMtha&tt     -.���.stolid" indifference,  although the  for-1 a^ndents. " Above  the hospital  con-
(dsalr except Suaday)��� 8.00 elgn pop^u,,, has largely fled and   a��ted by ,taUall nung> waws a Red
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TItlCT���District of New Westmlnater���Take notice that John Gould, ol
Vancouver, B.C., occupation broker,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted at a point on the westerly shore ot
Green lake, which point Is situate
about CO chains southwesterly from
the northerly end of the said Green
lake; thenoe west 40 cbalns, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40
-chains more or less, to the shore of
��� Green lake, thence northerly following the shore of Green lake to tbe
point of commencement, containing
160 acres more or less.
JOHN GREER,
Agent for John Gould.
Dated August 28, 1911.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.     .
. tte the fractional northwest quarter
of section 7, township 11 (121
acres), Langley Farm, part of lot 3,
subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group
2, New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of cer-
* tiflcate of title number 7721F, Issue!
��� In the name of Colon   McLeod,   has
fceen flled ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published ln
the city of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certlflcate, unless In the meantime valid objection
toe made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,   New  Westminster, B.C., July 11. 1911.
3:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
7:30���United States via G. Sffi.
(dalir except Sunday):. 9.46
16:15���Unite* States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
10:18���All points east and Europe   (daily)  8:30
22:30���All pelntB east and Europe   (daily)    14:00
10:18���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)      8:30
50:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills (dally except
Sunday)      14:00
10:48���Coquitlam    (daily  except
Sunday)       ,, 8:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)       11.16
.400���East Burnaby (dally ex-
Sunday)  13:30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and Friday    14:30
10:00���Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa  13:30
10:00���Annieville   Sunhui.y (dally
except Sunday)    13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    13:30
10:60���Vancouver, piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via O.  N.  R.   (dally ex-
(dally except Sunday). 14:00
11:80���Clayton jTuesday. Tnurs-
most of the business section of the
city Is closed up in view of the danger of serious damage from bombardment.    The despatch says:
'The landscape is serene. One
sees a party of big Turks lolling on
the ramparts, half-hidden by the
shade of thick palms. They hav*
hoisted a red flag which flaunts witl.
Cross flag. A bold monk, distinguished by his long flowing beard, has
climbed to the top of the bell tower
on the Italian monastery and hoisted
the German flag. The few remaining
Italians await impatiently the first
firing. The local batteries are deserted. At sea a fleet of frightened
piling boats Is scurrying out of the
a half-hearted air of defiance over the' harbor.
red fortifications. Close by the flag I ��� Tn,'s evening the coffee houses in
is a guardian sentinel, while behind : tj,e Arab quarter are opening, and
the parapet one sees a group of sol-! the priests, appearing on the small
dlers watching from the summit of j balconies of the minarets, invited the
the castle. They are not worried or-4 faithful to prayer. Crowds of Arabs
nervous. Their air is one of pro-' gathered at different points and read
found indifference. Gendarmes idle in the posted notice in Turkish, which
the doorways,    observing with    char-1 gays:
acteristic Oriental carelessness- the | ���'��� The Italian government made an
passing of little groups of frighteneil unjust demand on Turkey, asking her
traders, their arms filled with par-1 to give up Tripoli. The Turkish
eels. Women with infants in their | cabinet, together with the parliament,
arms are at the heels of the men. has prepared definite answer to give
Patrols of soldiers pass bravely along Italy. Meanwhile, adjure the popu-
the nearlf deserted streets. The jatlon to remain quiet and respect
shops   are  closed  and    the  windows  the Italians.'"
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For Choice Beef, Mutton}
Pork or Veal
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St
It Pays to Advertise in the Daily News
(fit BEGINING OF THE
Trade �����*��������
DEMONS.
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IT PAYS To ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THR DAILY NEWS.
day,   Friday   and   Sat-
day 14:001
i.l:80���Tynehead   (Tuesday  and
Friday)       14:00|
8:80���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00
0:00��� Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally except Sunday)    ....23:00
16:16���Crescent, White Rook and
Blaine    (dally    except
Sunday) 9:46
16:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  9:46
U:S0���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt
Lehman, AldergroTe, Otter, Shbrtreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centra,
Cloverdale. Langley
Prairie, Murrayvtlle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Majuba Hill, Rand,
via B. C. E. R. (dally
except Sunday)    8:80
16:60���Chilliwack, Cloverdale
and Abbotsford via B.
C. E. R. (dally except
Sunday) 17:80
Today at 9 a. m. starts the Whirlwind Finish
of the great Cash Raising Sale at the Westminster Bargain Clothing House. $3000 must be
realized in 10 Days. Clothing, Furnishings,
Hats and Boots at your mercy. Sale positively
ends in 10 Days. After Saturday, Oct. 14th
every article goes back to its original price.
Merchandise Exchanged and Money Wlll Be
WBMR BARGAIN CLOTHING
607 FRONT STREET
2 Doors west of 6tn St
Open Evenings This
Week Until!. Satur- *~ tA<ja ttOHf   %'"(WJ��1
THE bAILY NEtyS.%
WBDNCiDAY, OCTOBER  4,  1��t1.
0
PROOF
City News
rpBZ tery fact that there tu*
1     mora Greet Msjeetio Mal*
lesbU end Cbareosl Iron Ran*es
sold than any otber range on tho
market, is proof positive that it Is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.mes as long as a cheap
range, but It doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON i LUSBY
Mr. James Wise, of Royal avenue,'    You wlll enjoy the Scotch concert
bas been suffering for tbe'past month  at the opera house tonight,
with a very severe form of internal ������, _ .   ...,���,���,,
disorder.   Last week be was removed      Professor Hill-Tout   of Abbotsfoid.
to St.    Mary's   hospital.    Hts    many  I* among   the   guests   of the city at
friends will be pleased to hear that  present to attend the exhibition.
he is showing signs of Improvement, j        Don>t fal, to  ^ the exhibit of
Be sure yo* get your tickets for the   doors and classy  mlllwork In  Mann-
Scotch concert tonight. ������      facturers Building at the Fair. Walsh
Store Closes
At 6 O'clock
*
Many
Ex.
hibitionWeek
, Sash and Door Co.
*** THE
0 :t\mz.
��� If there is any time of the
year more important than
any other ���to see about taking out Fire Insurance polij
cies on your buildings. There
are more risks as winter approaches because of building
of fires. Come in and let me
quote you my rates.
Take the steamer Transfer 'for a I
round trip Saturday afternoon. Leaves'
Blackman-Ker wharf at 2 o'clock. **
Edmonds���SGxl32 foot lets to lane,
between tbe car lines on open street;
$475 and up; $50 cash, balance monthly or half yearly. Reid- Curtis &
Dorgan, "06 Columbia street. ���*
Special attraction at the 'Pair; the
Walsh Sash and Door Co.'s exhibit
of craftsman doors and mlllwork. **
Eyes tested for glasses; satisfaction guaranteed by W. Gifford.
graduate optician. Optician parlors
tn T. Gifford's jewelry store.      ���*
Members of the New Westminster
post of the orier of Native Sons are
requested to assemble at the K. of P.
hall, Eighth street, this morning at
nine o'clock. At that time brethren
from the posts of Vancouver, Victoria
and Nanaimo will be in attendance
ready to take part in the ceremonies
in connection with the unveiling of
tbe Simon Fraser memorial at Leopold place.
Scottish concert tonight at opera
I house. Secure tickets at MacKenzie's
I drug store. *���
See tbe mission furniture at the
Fair made by tbe Walsh Sash and
Door Co., in Manufacturer's Build-
in*. *���
Qeorge Adams, late proprietor of
the People's Supply company; Columbia street, New Westminster, hereby
requests that all accounts owing to
him be paid as early as possible, at
his new offices in the Odd Fellows'
block, 716 Carnarvon street, New
Westminster. ������ i
Lieutenant Governor T. W. Paterson has consented to present the
championship cups and medals for
piping and dancing at the Scotch concert tonight.
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.
Pbone your order to R873, or write
the Glen Tana Dairy, Queensborough, Lulu Island.
O,
Alfred W. McLeod
Mlss Grace Goddard will, resume
her physical culture classes -in St.
George's hall on Monday. October 9,
at four o'clock. Miss Goddard has u
great reputation for this class .of
work and teaches gymnastics, calisthenics, Swedish and Danish. drills.
I She gives both private lessons and
arranges classes and also visits
schools. Miss Goddard's permanent
.address is af 321 PenCer street west
IVancouver. **
TYPE AND
INSURANCES
WT Columbtt tt.,
"��*. M��rw   WwltnAMMr.
��� mi Wii   ii    '   '" '     - ''J    'i   li-
Why Not Try To Get
About $1*5 Worth Free ?
This is the offer we are making every day from now to end of this week. The free goods are on display at our exhibit, Industrial Building, Queens Park. Get one of the coupons being distributed there.
Your's may be the lucky number. Come to the store on date marked on coupon, lt may be well worth
while.    To those who cannot visit our exhibit and will call at the store will be presented with a coupon.
Women's Suits, a Great Bargain at $15.00
You will have to hurry lf you would benefit by this extraordinary suit offering. Yesterday they
went with a rush that only such values can cause. Come early and you will be pleased with these bargains. ��� j
Women's Suits, newest style touches and fabrics of the latest weaves and shades. These were a manufacturer's lot we clear at a big discount and give you full benefit of our buy. Values regular to $30.00.
Exhibition Sale  .' $15.00
Phone 383.
P. O. Box 557.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
Avistor Again Delayed.    ,
Huntington, Ind., Oct. 2.���Caught In
a sudden guBt of wind. C. P. Rodjgers'
aeroplane dived to earth Just after he
had started from    this   city    toward
Ctelc&co     toda.y.     Tbe    machine    warn
wnckttd        a.Tid .'    RodRers.     ;ptLlti!u)\y \
biutuA.  Hotam   sIbtU<I   'TWA   ��V "neVft \
Ym\t  k. mils iouUi   ol   W**ia city.     tiixA- )
��� i Vy   hail toe   got \nto ttie air   . wtien     a
| sharp  wind  swept   t"iie  machine trom
his control and  it  swooped into    an
adjoining  field.    The  aviator  picked
himself out of the twisted aerofilane
and said  he was  only  slightly burt.
Both planes of the machine were badly damaged and the carrying wheels
were broken.    Rodgers said it would
be several days before the aeroplane
could be repaired.
PULP FOR PAPER
GOES FREE TO U. S.
ST. ANN'S
NEW  WESTMIN8TER,  B.C.
A Boarding and Day School for Young
Girls.
The curriculum includes preparatory, intermediate, grammar..i and
academic, or high school graded.
Pupils prepared for high school entrance and provincial teachers examinations. The Commercial Department embraces bookkeeping, shofffj
hand (Isaac Pitman system) anj
touch typewriting. Music a specialty.
For prospectus and terms address to
the SISTER SUPERIOR.
JOB PRINTING
of Every Description.   -
Ring   Up   Tele.   695.
or call' at G09 Victoria   Btreet,   near
Daily News office.
T. CRISPIN
Successor to E. M. Domlny.
fttWi
The Dr. Scholl's
FOOT-EAZER
Corrects  fallen    arches,  sustains  weak     insteps,    relieves'
corns,  bunions,    callouses  ani}
all   foot  afflictions.      Also
BUNION-RIGHT
A practical invention that Instantly and permanently rights
bunion troubles.
SEE OUR WINDOW.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441. Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Washington, Oct. 3.���Practically all
the wood pulp and print paper produced in New Brunswick until August
1. 191?, 'will enter the United States
free of duty. This is made possible
by a revised ruling made by Acting
Secretary of Treasury Curtis, under
the only operative clause of the Canadian reciprocity agreement.
The surveyor general of the i customs of New Brunswick advlseK ;the
treasury department that the new law
of that province restriciing the exportation of wood pulp arid print
paper did not apply to lands operated
under licenses issued or renewed
j>rior to October 1. on which date tlie
^ct becomes effective. The lan:16 are
jmder long term leases, governed by
yearly licenses, and August 1 is the
date for renewing thet-e licenses.. Consequently until that time tb��re will
be no American imj.ort tax on pulp
wood on [irint paper originating from
those lands. i
, Regulations also were issued by
Mr. Curtis governing the taxation of
Canadian nulp wood and print paper
���doming partially from crown tends
and partially from private lands.
American customs collectors will insist upon sworn statements showing
the percentage of origin assessing
duties on products of crown lands
���here the exportation is restricted.
and entering the remainder free.
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 basis 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 IS
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 tie    has    tne
living  form  before him  which  requires   He     own     particular      con-
Blderatlon* to be  properly   draped,
������ou wlll acknowledge  my  assertions to be tacts it you bring them
to the test with me.
GALVIN
LADIES AND MEN'S
TAILOR
46 Lorne Street, New Westminster.
Umbrellas���Special Values
Women's Umbrellas, strong, steel frame and fine
silk and wool Gloria cover; full sizes; big range of
serviceable handles. Regular $1.50 and $1.75. Special
offer, each    $1.35
MISSES   UMBRELLAS.
Heavy cotton cover and   strong   frames;   just the
thing  for   school use.    Special, each  50c
New Raincoats Just Arrived
Yesterday we opened a big shipment of women's
rain coats, shipped direct from London. These are
something a little different from those you have
seen before.
TWEED    EFFECT8.    AND PLAIN SHADE8
Every garment guaranteed thoroughly water proof.
See these new styles, you will be surprised at
the little prices marked.
Don't Miss Haying a Share
Dress Goods Bargains���Values $1.50 Clearing at 55c
Amongst this lot are many values; regular sold at $1.25 and $1.50, almost every shade represented.
In stripes, fancy weaves, diagonals and plain cloths; width from 42 to 64 inches. Don't wait until the
l>ick are gone.
BARGAINS FROM EVERY SECTION THAT Will INTEREST ONE AND ALL
Bank of  Montreal j(
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         SH.40O.000.00
RESERVE    '.2,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ana in London, Eng
land, New York, ChUago and Spokane,
O.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents ln all parts of tbe
world.
i   Savings Bank DspBrtment���Deposits
' received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, pet
annum  (present rate).
Total   Ae*pfs  over  I18��.000.000.00
!    NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
.. .,.. To Use Dirigibles.
\ Brindisl, Italy, Oct. 3.���Two dirig-
lhlie balloons, accompanied by officers
ahd soldiers who are experts in aero-
statistics, were today placed on,board
a, vessel which sailed for Tripoli. The
vessel was escorted by a flotilla of
torpedo boats under the command of
Vice-Admlral the Duke of the Abruzzi.
London, Oct. 3.���A despatch to a
news agency here from Rome states
that the bombardment of Tripoli by
the Italian fleet has begun. The message is timed at the Italian capital at.
11:30 o'clock thie morning, but tlie
hour at which the bombardment began is left in doubt.
Up to early afternoon    there    has
| boen no confirmation received here of
this  report,  though    last  night's  ad-
I vices indicated that an attack on the
TTripuIitan  forts  might  be  begun   today.    Messages    from    Italy   (o   thc
j Italian consul said   the bombar:hn��nt
Would begin three days after tHq notification to tlie population to evacuate,
which   was  given  on   Saturday.    Another despatch  to a piper -at  Rome
from Malta last  night also set forth
that   the   bombardment   would* begin
today.
,.'..     .*
Improved
Ranch
(898)���Thirty-five and onehalf afcres In one of the most fertile
sections of the Fraser Valley. Twelve acres cleared and the balance
Is very easy clearing. Buildings comprise seven roomed house in
good condition, also small bam and a poultry house. Pure spring
water piped to buildings. The soil is a very rich loam and ls particularly suited to gardening and fruit growing.
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. i
Publlc school only half a mile; B. C. Electric line two and a half
miles.
$2500 Cash
First payment will secure this, balance to arrange.   For full particulars as to price and location eee
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
f.J. Hart& Co., Ltd.
INew Westminster
Head Office, New Westminster.     Branches at Vancouver    Victoria,
Chilliwack and Aldergrove, B.C.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westmlnater branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver,at 5, 5:45
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. ��� Cara
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connec;-
lng 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 am., 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.
**********************���***.***���*������**������**********���***** j
Sttfotv   Rarnr-t Gillette' Aut��straP,   ;;
Oareiy   naZOTS  Claus>     Ever-Ready *-\;
Also Boker Razors in several styles. ;:
   AT  ||
! Ry all's Drug Store j
1
EYE8 TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
'PHONE 57 WE8TMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND 8EE THE LATEST   IN TORIC  BIFOCALS.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEB,       W. F. H. BUCKLIN.
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President See. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 977.  Shingles, Bash, Doors, Moulding, Etc
W. R. QILLEY, Phono 122.
Q. E. GILLEY, Phone 201.
Phones, Office 15 and 1ft,
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRES8ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
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