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WHITE, TR
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY  MORNING,  SEPTEMBER  30.    1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTi. ���
Thrown   From    Bike
Trampled by Hor$e.
ENGINE STRIKES MG
Corner of Columbia    and    Hastlnga
ieene of Both���Man Badly Hurt
���nd Horaa  Killed.
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|?u>w, Vancouver,    Sept.      2'.i.���Sweeping
&,,$..? |own the grade of    Hastlnrs    stre-%t
,/1W trom Westminster avenue at a swing
*,���;;  tog gait a man on a bicycle ran full
<|,,&t ,nto ft wagon load of Chinamen
1-' j. Which had Just emerged from Colum
*'bia street, and was thrown  Into    a
heap to the ground.    Tlie horse   at
KL*- tached to the wagon trod on the man
'fSfl Injuring his face severely, and hurt
I  lng him ln more than-one part    of
hU body.   The bicycle was crumpled
to scrap iron.
The debris of this accident had
only Just been cleared away and the
injured man carried off to the hospital, when tbe flre alarm rang and
down the hill came hurtling the mas
���Ive engine from number three com
pany. Another rig coming from Columbia street collided violently with
the engine Just as It was passing, in
juring the horse so badly that it had
to be Immediately shot, while tho
man who had been driving it was
pitched high Into the air with the
force of .the collision. He alighted on
top of the engine and miraculously
escaped without a scratch.
. The two accidents coming so quick
ly the one after the other caused a
huge crowd to gather and it was as
much as could be done to keep the
streets clear so that the rest of the
flre flghting apparatus might pass by.
In fact it was altogether a wonder
that tliere were not several more ot
the onlookers seriously hurt.
The Chinamen, their rig and the
horse they were driving all escaped
without serious harm.
NEW Mill ALREADY
EMPLOYING FORTY
Two Million Feet Lumber on Hand���
Will' Install    First   Class
Planing Mill.
Forty men are already engaged on
the new saw mill which is to be
erected ln Sappeiton by the Crown
Timber and Trading company. Upwards of two million feet of lumber
has been unloaded af the wharf, and
the preliminary work is being rushed as rapidly as can be. The company proposes running spurs from
the Great Northern and the C. P. R.
to the large shipping yards which
are Included in the plans foe the
milling plant.
Very complete planing mill machinery Is to be installs I to work in
conjunction with the rough lumber
business. The site of the new mill
was recently purchased through
Peter Peebles at a sum approximating $100,000. It was formerly used
for glaas manufacturing by
Crystal Glass company.
the
ses-
i       Taxation Commission.
Vancouver, Sept. 29.���At the
sion of the commission on assessment and taxation here today the
evidence given favored the exemption
from taxation of outside capital invested in the province. The Companies act was strongly condemned
by a number of business men who
declared it unjust and alleged that
it had a tendency to keep outsiders
from carrying on business In the
province. Tlie majority of those who
gave evidence favore.l the retention
of the poll tax and the Income tax.
PULEX IRR1TANS*
DOOM PRONOUNCED
NAVAL BATTLE
TURKS LOSERS
Reported That Italian Navy Sinks Turk'th Cruiser and
Drives Two Others Ashore���Turks Sink Two Troop Laden
Barges at Tripoli.
Constantinople, Sept. 29.���It is reported that the whole of the Turkish
cabinet has resigned with tbe exception of the minister of war. The government has decided not to oppose
by armed resistance the occupation
of Tripoli and further wlll take no
action against the Italian residents
In Turkey in the hope that by adopt
Ing tbis attitude Italy will not treat
the Trlpolitans as a conquered peo-
Pie. %          .  * i���
Constantinople. Sept. 20.���The
Turkish war minister has, according
to report, received a dispatch from
the late Turkish 'attache in Paris,
who has assumed command of the
forces at Tripoli, which stated that
the Italians had begun to disembark
troops, but that the Turks bad succeeded ln sinking the flrst two
barges.
The Italians have landed troops at
Tripoli and at Renghanzi.
Washington, Sept. 20���The declara
tlon of war by Italy has create! a
sensation in official circles here. In
Washington the situation is regarded as a natural sequel to the Franco-
German Moroccan affair. It ls the
intention of the government if possible to kee;> clear of the embroglio.
C.   P.   R.   STILL   HOLDS   RECORD.
"God  Bless  the   Duke  of  Argyle" to
Be  a   Dead   and   Buried   Phrase.
Beats All Other Lines by Day and a j
Half. I
"While the Chicago, Milwaukee &
8t. Paul, and its western branch, the
Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Scund
railway, yesterday succeeded in!
transporting silk shipments from the
Orient to New York through the port
of Tacoma in 97 hours and 40 minutes, thereby establishing a record
for transcontinental freight transportation, the Canadian Pacific Railway-
company stands in no danger of losing any part of her silk carrying
trade with China and Japan."
Such was the declaration of R.
E. Larmour, division freight agent
when seen at his office in the C. P.
R. station this morning.
American transportation agents
have been congratulating the Milwaukee upon the excellent time made
by the special, which left Tacoma on
Thursday at 1 o'clock a. m. with silk
valued at $2,000,000, unloaded from
the Panama Maru. After traversing
1600 miles of new track, the special
reached Chicago and was hauled
eastward by an engine of the Penn-.
sylvania Line, arriving at New York
at 5:40 a. m. yesterday. Allowing
for three hours' difference in time,
the record stands at 97 hours and
40 minutes, beating the Great Northern ocean-to-ocean record of 99 hours
and 55 minutes.
"This record," said Mr. Larmour,
"is a splendid token of Improving
American traffic service, and lowers
our record from Vancouver to New-
York by a few hours. We are still
well in the lead, however, as we
make the run from Yokohama and
other Oriental ports tn fully two days
shorter time than is possible by any
of the Japanese or American boats
following the longer southern trade
routes. From point of shipment to
joint of destination, we still hold the
American and Canadian records by
a margin of more than a day and a
half. With the inauguration of the
new Empress service, that lead will
be materially Increased."
Berkeley, Cal., Sept. 29.���War has
been declared against the frolicsome
and elusive flea by the learned men
of the University of California. If
science can accomplish It, theee agile
disturbers of human, repose shortly
will be eliminated from this state at
least. . .
Already Prof. C. W. Woodsworth,
head of the department of entomology, has begun his task and proposes
to hold under observation a "poison
squad" of fleas to be dosed with various kinds of insect exterminators to
determine which will do the Job with
the most disastrous results to the
fleas. Like the recipe for rats, however, it becomes necessary to first
catch your flea, and Professor
Woodsworth's assistant has been
designated as master of the hunt for
the occasion. The work ls being carried forward under California's insecticide Jaw which recently became
effective.
Paris. Sept. 20.���Tbe Athens correspondent of Le Matin says that the
telegraph officials of Vonltsa, Greece,
have wired the government that a
naval battle occurred this afternoon
at two o'clock off Prevassa, when the
Italian fleet sank a Turkish cruiser.
Another report states that the
Italian warships belonging to the
Ionian squadron encountered a flotilla of Turkish destroyers cruising off
the coast of Eplrus. The Italians
promptly  attacked    the  flotilla    and
two of the Turkish ships were badly
damaged by shells. Tbey have gone
ashoie in tbe Gulf of Arta.
The following dispatch from Tri
poll graphically describes the situation as It was ln the harbor and the
city pf Tripoli yesterday:
Tripoli, Sept. 29.���The Italian
squadron which had been cruising ln
the offing came close In shore this
morning and the destroyer Garibaldi
steamed Into the harbor at noon flying a white flag. Great crowds watched her appear.
After reconnolterlng, tbe destroyer launched a boat which came
to the beach. An officer landed. He
was preceded by a bluejacket, carrying a white flag.
Turkish soldiers surrounded the
pair. The officer asked for . the
Turkish commander. When taken to
him, he formally announced that the
Italian fleet had been ordered to occupy the town.
He therefore demanded the instant
surrender of the whole Turkish garrison.
The Turkish commander replied
that he was unable to comply with
the demand and emphatically refused to surrender.
Tbe Incident was witnessed by tbe
foreign residents, who gathered
around the Italian officer and cheered him enthusiastically. The boat
then returned to the destroyer, which
rejoined the fleet.
Many residents of Tripoli spent
last night camped on the beach,
alarmed lest the Arabs should get
out of hand and begin pillaging.
Arabs are constantly arriving from
the country. The mosques are kept
open and throughout the night were
filled with praying people.
SHIPS FOR JAPS ARE   | FOUND HANGING IS
BUILT IN BRITAIN LIKELY SUICIDE
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Important   Decision.
That a logging camp operated under ordinary conditions does not constitute an engineering works, and
that men employed there can not
come within the scope of the Employers' Liability Act, ls the opinion of Judge Mclnnes, expressed
yesterday afternoon in a Judf^nent
handed down In the case of George
Weaver   against    Alexander   Barber.
Weaver brought action claiming
$1500 damages for injuries received
at a logging camp at Bute Inlet,
where he was employed by Barber.
The -plaintiff slipped on some logs,
nnd one of them rolled on him severely injuring his back. Judge Mclnnes dismissed the action. E. A.
Lucas appeared for the plaintiff, and
J. Spinks for the defence.
Modern    Caal    Carriers    Bejng   Constructed  at   Mlddlesboro���One
Already   Launched.
TThen the steamer Kinkasan Maru
was launched nt Middlesbrough a few
weeks ago, attentiou was directed to
the enterprise of the firms of Mitsui
in adopting the latest and most improved type of patent cantilever construction with topside ballast tanks
for the four colliers which they have
ordered for the service of their
Mllke collieries. These vessels are
to be employed in their trade with
Hong Kong. Shanghai, and the rivers
ot China. The Kinkasan Maru of
8200 tons deadweight capacity, thn
first of the four, has been built by
Sir Raylton Dixon & Co., Ltd. On
June 10 she underwent her trial trip,
which proved in every way satisfactory.    The steamer is of the single-
Boy Wscover%'"ao��ty   Dangling  from
Limb of Tree���It la Later
Identified.
MAY THROW LIGHT
ON BANK ROBBERY
Sentenced  to  Three  Years  In   Penitentiary for  Having  Burglars
Toola In His Possession.
Vancouver, Sept. 29.���While nothing very definite has yet heen discovered by the detectives as to who
recently robbed the New Westminster branch of the Bank of Montreal
those engaged In tbe search have
strong hopes that the clues In their
possession will soon lead to the discovery of the perpetrators and the
recovery of the stolen money.
One source , from which it is
thought not unlikely tbat some In
formation may be gleaned is the man
whom Judge Mclnnes recently sent
enced to three years' imprisonment
for having burglars' tools ln his possession. There la some reason for
supposing that tbis man was one of
the gang and that he participated In
the unsuccessful attempts made on
Vancouver banks before the New
Westminster enterprise was pulled
off. Among the tools found ln his
possession was a crowbar of peculiar
shape, similar to one of those left behind them by the robbers at New
Westminster. This tool showed
marks of having been used to pry out
bricks or mortar.
This man was arrested by the local {
pollce before the robbery took place
at New Westminster, and although
the sentence handed out to him by
Judge Mclnnes was a very severe
one, the prisoner did not seem in the
least affected by it.
sixth siRfff i/r "J
Work WiU Be Begun at Upper End Monday.
flNISHtB IN THIRTY BITS
End    of   October   Will    8ee   Doubt*
Track���Lulu   Island and   Millside
Lines Temporarily Delayed.
ALLEO ITIONS MADE
A6AINST PROVINCE
Moral   and    Social    Reform    Council
Cast  Aspertlons  on   B.   C.���Not
Complimentary.
Toronto, Sept. 28.���"At least one
racetrack, the Minoru, of Vancouver
B. C, has had three immediately successive seven day racing meets with
full gambling and betting, the second
and third being held under auspices
nominally other than those of the association owning the track,"
"Two racing seasons have passed
and several thmgs have transpired,
racetracks have Increased   in   num-
That the street caf line up Sixth
street will be completed within thirty
days la the authentic statement ot
Divisional Engineer Frederick N.
Sinclair, of the B. C. E. R. A gang
of thirty or forty men will be put to
work on the job on Monday morning,
and the construction will be rushed
to completion without delay. Thl*
announcement comes as welcome
news, as it was thought some time
ago that the line would not be commenced so soon and that It would be
tbe new year before the cars would
be in operation
Work will be commenced at the
upper end of the Une where the new
tracks wlll connect with tbe Slxtlt
street car line, and will be pushed
from that point down tlie Sixth street
grade to Carnarvon street and then
over to Eighth street, connecting
with the Columbia street line in front
of the new tram office. It waa
thought advisable to begin at the upper end of the line so as not to have
Eighth street torn up during exhibition week. One track will be put
down flrst in order to Have an easy
means of getting in th\j material for
the construction work. The double
tracks, however, are scheduled for
completion by the end of October.
The ties are already on the ground,
and the steel will arrive as it is required.
The rail connection between the
Eighth street and Columbia street
lines may not be in readiness as soon
as tbe remainder of the track, but a
service can be inaugurated without
this connection being ma ie at thla
time.
The Lulu Island car line is bein?
held up at nresent on account of
the grade difference between it and
the C. P. R. tracks. Ttie grading i��
now completed to the farthest end of
the line, a distance of nearly two
mllea from Eighth street. The steel
wilt arrive lu tbe course of the next
two weeka. an*- wMl be laid"** Haa
as the B. C. E. tt. can cross the C.
Collingwool East. Sept. 29.���A sad
case of what would appear to be suicide was discovered in this locality
yesterday, when a boy named James
Macdonald, came across the body of
a man banging from a tree In tbe
bush at the corner of Westminster
road and Green road. From the ap
pearance of the body lt is supposed
that it must bave been hanging there
for two or three days.
The body was identified by Constable Lee, of the South Vancouver
police, as that of Adam Nestmann, a
stonemason, who resiled on No. One
road, Colllngwood East, and had been
missing for some days. He leaves a
wife and four children.
��. R.    Tha Lain Mand line wltt b*
also delay the completion ot tha
Fraser Mills line. Already the track
has been laid as far as tbe Great
Northern railway, but it cannot be
completed   until   tbc  necessary  legal
the " parl-mutuel machines; either
along with, or as a substitute for
bookmaklng. All the information
we have been able to gather as to
how this innovation  is  working out,
leads up to believe that it has not re-1 _ ... -   ..     .     _ .   . ..       . ,-      e
suited in the lessening of the evils of   authority  to make  the  crossing  bas
racetrack    gambling    and    the ,hMn   """'rA     Th�� ra"w"v """"""-
rather increased them.'
Was in Militant Spirit.
These are extracts from the reports to the Moral and Social Reform
Council of Canada which was in a
militant spirit here yesterday on
racetrack gamblingq and the suppression of other social vices. Other
extracts are:
"In Prince Rupert, N'ew Westminster and a large number of the cltle3
in the Interior, colonies of tolerated
if not segregated vice are permitted
either within or Just outside the limits of the respective cities. The
cities of Fernie and Cranbrook some
Will Wed.
Wedding bells will soon be ringing
for George Rennle, one of tlie most
popular stickhandlers who ever played in the colors of the Salmon
Bellies team, and lt Is already taken
for granted that the glad hand of
the citizens ls figuratively held out
to this player who In the closing portion of the season acted with such
r| meral approval as captain. The
lady of Ronnie's choice, Mlss Maud
Sinclair, has the happy fortune of being as popular with her friends as Is
her husband-to-be In the sportlns
circles,, of the entire province. The
date of the wedding has been fixed
for October 11.
STRIKE, SAY THE MEN
MANAGERS SAY NOT.
_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The man left his home on Monday
deck type with poop, bridge and fore-'last leaving a note to hls wife say-
castle.      Her    principal    dimensions , ing that she would find hts body ln
are:    Length, 393 ft. 6 in.;   breadth,   a well near thf house.    She notified     ,._.., ��
53 ft. 7 in. j and depth moulded, 29 the South Vancouver pollce and gave time ago drove their respective col-
ft. 1% in. The principal feature of them the note. The police have been onles of social vice outside the city
her design Is that she is self trim- endeavoring to trace the missing man '"���u- ***** ******* ���������� *<">" ����va�� ttu*
mlng with absolutely clear holds, and j during the whole of the week.
su Ibeen secured. The railway commla-
|sion granted the order for the crossing, but the B. C. R R. has not as
yet been provided with a formal copy
of the order. The road from Sapperton to Millside is a mile and a half
long. .   '-ll*,*!!!
The new logging yards of the B. 'C
E. R. which bave been in the course
of construction on the south side of
the Fraser river will be put into commission next week. The work is
now practically completed. The yards
will be used for dumping the logs
from the Fraser valley into the river.
This will do away with having ' ta
bring them Into the city.
The Gazette.
The British Columbia   Gazette   of
September 28 announces in the pro-
*j\ vincial   ser \e     appointments     that
George L. Cassaiy, barrister of this
city, has heen made a notary publlc.
Among the other appointments are
Dr. W. A. Richardson, of Moose Lake,
to be a provincial coroner; John
Savae,e, of Milner, to be a Justice of
the peace; Walter B. Colvin to be
chief clerk in the attorney general's
department, and F. C. Campbell, of
Clinton to be deputy district registrar of the supreme court, vice Caa-
per Phalr resigned.
Order for Strike   Issued   by Union���
. Employers    Havo    Thousands
Waiting for Work.
Chicago, Sept. 29.���Shoomen on
the Harriman lines and the Illinois
Central will go on strike at ten
o'clock tomorrow morning, according
to a statement by J. W. Kline, president of the blacksmiths. The strike
order waa issued and tbe time set
this morning after a conference with
the flve union presidents.
Although orders Instructing 35.000
employees of the mechanical departments of the Harrlman railroads, In*
eluding the Illinois Central, to atrike
six enormous hatchways, each 33 ft.
by 32 ft. There are large wing tanks
at the top of the holds at each side
supported on the cantilever principle'hinged his mind
and containing 1360 tons of   water] 	
ballast, ln addition to an eiual quantity In the double bottom. The officers and engineers' accommodation
Is provided In houses on deck. She
has twelve derricks worked by eleven
steam winches, electric light throughout, and is in every respect one of
the most up-todate colliers yet built.
Nestmann, it is stated, had been
worrying over some real estate transactions,  and this,  it  ia thought,  un-
NEW GOLD  COINS.
To     Be
Thieves Work Openly.
Chicago, Sept. 29.���In sight- of
thousands of homeward-bound, shop
iers and unmolested, thffee burglars
backed up a one-horse cart in Front
of No. 180 State street last evening
and carried away furs, silks, lace, embroidery and gloves valued at $3000,
from a atore on the second floor. A
Janitor saw the men carrying out the
goods but they worked ao nonchal-1
an tly that he did not suspect a roV
bery until the lose was discovered
later by a watchman employed by
the store.
matters that they now treat of with
the Individual unions comprised tn
the federation.
New Orleans, Sept. 29.���The atrike
aa^aa^aa^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���1��* Illinois Central railroad employees
at ten o'clock tomorrow, have been . today spread to the river front where
Issued, there will be no strike, ac- loo members of the New Orleans
cording to officials *t tha railroads!Freight Handle "' union went "ont.
concerned. The belief of the railroa-l {This organization Ib local and haa no
managers that the men would not 1 connection with the Brotherhood of
strike is based on the tact that thous- Railroad Freight Handlers, wnbse
ands of railroad men are already Idle I members struck here yesterday,
as a result of retrenchment by the | Strike-breakers, employed byv the
Harrlman roads and that the de- Illinois Central railroad, were set on
mands of the men do not call for any . by several union men and sympathU-
Increase hi wages. |ers last evening as they were being
Known   as   "George"   atvi
"Double George."
Ottawa, Sept. 29.���The issue of Canadian gold coins which will be made
ln the course of a few weeks will
bear King George's head on one side
and on the other the Canadian coat-
of-arms. The diea are now on the
way from England and coining will
be commenced as soon as they arrive ln the capital. The designs forj
flve and ten-dollar pieces are practically the same. The Uvea will be
generally known aa a "George" and a
ten as "double George."
limits, and have since been given tho
right by the attorney-general of British Columbia to have pollce Jurisdiction over this extra-mural colony of
crime, and are drawing a lanje revenue In the form of nominal fines
from the women concerned
FOURTEEN MINERS
ARE BURIED AllVE
Assault Case.
A. Alvarez, the prisoner who was
brought down from Hope on the
charge of assaulting Mra. Mackay at
that place, appeared before Judge
Howay on Thursday to answer to the
charge. Aa the prisoner was undecided aa to whether he would choose
aspeedy trial or go begore a Judge
and Jury, he waa sent back to Jail
to make up hla mind in the matter.
Alverez, it la alleged, assaulted Mra.
MacKay, Inflicting several severe
wounds. He ia already under sentence ot six months' Imprisonment
for suprlying liquor to Indiana.
Sir  William   Whyte   Retiree.
Winnipeg,    Sept.   29.���Sir William
Whyte retired tonight as second vice-
president of the C. P. R.   It la Ba<d
^^^^^^   hold   in
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The atrike  is  threatened  because escorted trom the building by a police Montreal next week tour   vlceprest
the railroads yesterday, for the third detail.     Two    strike-breakers    weie dents are to be   named,   Including
time, flatly refused.to recognize the Injured slightly. Several arrests were Superintendent   Marpole,     of    Van:-
federation of shop employees in the made. ., couver. V
Still   Hope that They  May   Be  Rea-
cued���Wires Are Down and
Newa Scarce.
Seattle. Sept. 29.���A cable despatch
from Fairbanks, Alaska, received last
night stated that hope waa entertained that the fourteen minora, mostly
Russians, entombed In the Shakespeare Glacier gold mine, on Dome
creek, were still alive. A drill waa.
being taken to the claim, to bore air
holes to the chamber ln which the
men are Imprisoned. -
The miners Imprisoned are 174
feet, below the, surface, and are
separated trom the world by only a
bit of creek gravel, but the facilities
for digging them out are not of the
best, the root being liable to collapse
and crush them.
News to meagre from the north
owing to the severing of the gov*-
ernment cable recently by an earth'
quake.
Burled* Miners 8pokan.
Fairbanks. Alaska, Sept. 29.���Com
munlcatton hah been established with
ther fourteen miners who were entombed ih the Shakespeare mine. - A
���team pi->e was opened enabling
thbse above to converse with those
buried 176 feet below.
HaVe Commenced Work. "'
Yesterday    the    directors    of   the
Westminster Royal    theatre,    which
will occupy the site presently    hei*
by Morey's book store on Columbia
street, vUited the city and conferred
with  the officials who  are carrying
through the many   changes   at   this,
end of tbe  work.    The members of~
the party were W. P. Ogilvie, managing director;  A. W. Gillies, manager,
and  Douglas Creighton, one of    the -
chief shareholders, and who for five-.-
years was   secretary   ot   the B.. C_
Telephone company. ,
Although the time has expired Iif
which Moreys were to clear out
their stock and leave the premises,
an extension haa been granted until
October 7, by whicb time the building cornea into the possession ot the
new owners.
The excavation of the rear of tha
premises haa .been found to be a.
huge undertaking, there being na
fewer tlttn twelve hundred yards of
earth to remove ere the ground
level will be reached. The builders
are taking advantage of the flne
weather and the gang of workmen
will be augmented on Monday so that
fn the course of the forthcoming:
week the work should be greatly ad- '
vaaced.
From the elaborate plan? which
have been made the Royal theatre
gives, promise of being one of tha
most substantial and at the sama
time one of the prettiest on tha
coast. Nothing will be spared to
have everything done in a manner
which will leave no regrets oa ther
minds of those who are financing the-
concern. Fire escapes and exits will,
as in the National theatre, Vancouveri conducted by the Royal syndicate, be of the first Importance, while
the comfort of the patrons will also
be well taken care of. It Is the !*���-
tention ot the' management to present two vaudeville companies escfir
week, the program betng changed
every Thursday. Only tint- run
pictures will be shown, while artists.
of note will perform at tmelt sitaw. PAOB TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER   30,   1911.
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FOR    RENT
with  slttin;
men  only.
Telephone
venlence8.
post office.
���  TWO    BKOUOOMS
; room to let to gentle-
Breakfast    if   desired. |
and.     modern      con-
Five minutes from the.
Terms moderate.    En-:
quire Phone K  414.
MARKET
REPORT
WANTED��� ROOMER AND BOARD-
ers, by week or month. Apply at
���124  Third  avenue.
WANTED ��� LABORERS. APPLY
James Hudson, rear of Morey &
Co.'s  store,  Columbia  street.
LOST.
LOST OR STRAYED FROM LA TV
mer road, Clayton, niuley cow with
white mark behind the shoulder.
Finder please    communicate    with
R. L. Morgan, Clayton P. O., and ob
tain reward.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
-,1
WANTED ��� BUSINESS GENTLE-
man wants room and board ln private'family, lunch o ut; location no
object.    P. O. Box 526.
WANTED���TABLE BOARD BY A
gentleman of refinement, south of
Queens avenue; private family preferred.   Apply W., News office.
WANTED���DRESSMAKING, MRS. C
D. Yeager, 37 Agnes street. Phone
L 638.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
WANTED���COMFORTABLE HOME
and reasonable wage given for assistant with housework and care of
infant.    Telephone R 285.
WANTED ��� COMPETENT PERSON
to help with housework and care
of Infant. Mrs. Phipps. Telephone
R 285.
WANTED���GIRL     FOR     GENERAL
housework. Apply 217 Royal avenue.
WANTED ��� GENERAL    SERVANT
Apply 712 Twelfth street.
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 chil
dren.   Apply 1112 Fifth avenue.
WANTED. KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
plpyment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
Jobs ln this vicinity.   Phone 624.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���WEST END ACREAGE,
A oqe-acre block on Eighth avenue,
divided into six lots. Price $3000
One-third cash, balance arrange.
Sherriff, Rose & Co., 648 Columbia
street.
FOR SALE���BEAUTIFULLY SITU-
ated bungalow of five rooms, with
bath and all conveniences; close to
car. Price $2300. Cash $400, balance easy. Sherriff, Rose & Co.,
648 Columbia street.
The market yesterday morning
was not so well attended aB usual
nor were the offerings up to the
standard of the past few Friday
mornings. What produce was brought
in was disposed of at good prices, |
very little remaining in the stalls
after ten o'clock.
The feature of the market was the I
rise in the price of e<;gs.    The fresh !
hen fruit whicli could    he    had    last I
j week  for 40  cents per    dozen,    sold j
~*~��� readily yesterday at 45 cents, and ln !
Re Lots 1, 2 and 3, ln Block 6, Lot some cases as high as 50 cents paid. |
10, in Block 50, and Lots 7 and 8, in      Vegetables  were in    good demand,
Block 51, all in the subdivision of Dls- but the offering  was a little    tdiort. I
trict Lot five hundred and forty (540), Little change in prices was regisierei i
in the City of Vancouver. in any of tlie farm produce. j
Whereas proof of loss of certificate      Poultry was offered In large <iuan- ,
of title No. 9278A, to the above named titles and was bought up hy the local
property    Issued    in    the    name    of dealers at fair prices.    A larger sup-
Thomas Willfam  Kingsmill has  been P'V of geese was disposed of than at
flled ln this office.    Notice is hereby the past few markets,
given that I shall at the expiration Qt     The    following
one month from date of flrst publlca- Quotations:
tlon hereof issue a duplicate of saidj Vegetables, Retail.
certificate of title, unless ln the mean-; Onions,  per lb 5?
time valld objection be made to me in Cabbage   .4 lhs. for Mc
writing New potatoes, per sack  ..$1 to $1.25
Dated at the Land Registry Off Ico, Cucumbers      2 lor 5c
this 8th day of September, 1911. I ?eets- Uel' 1)UnPh ��� ��� ��� 5^
ARTHUR G. SMITH,
were    the    inline
District Registrar.
NEW  WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict  of  New  Westminster.���Take notice that John Gould, of
Vancouver,   B.C.,   occupation   broker,.
Intends to apply   for   permission   to; Plums, per
Parrots, per bunch  5
Green corn, per dozen  ....15c to 25c
Turnips,  per sack    50c
Ripe tomatoes    3 lbs.  for 25c
Fruit.
Blackberries .2 boxes for 25c
Apples   5 lbs. for 25c
Crab apples, per box   $1.00
basket    30c
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted at a point on the westerly shore of
Green lake, which point ls situate
about 60 chains southwesterly from
the northerly end' of the said Green
lake;  thence west 40 chains, thence
25c
Honey,  per  lh
Eggs and Butter.
Eggs, wholesale   40c to 50c
Eggs, retail    45c to 50c
Butter,  retail    40c to 45c
Fish.
Halibut, per lb lQc
south   40   chains,    thence   east     46 \ Salmon, red, per lb 15o
chains more or less, to the shore of  Salmon, white, each   50c
Green lake, thence northerly following the shore of Green lake to the
point of commencement, containing
166 acres more or less.
JOHN GREER,
Agent for John Gould.
Dated August 28, 1911.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Re the fractional  northwest quarter
of section    7, township    11    (121
awes), Langley Farm, part of lot 3,
subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group
2, New Westminster district.
Whereas proof or the loss of certificate of title number 7721F, issued
In the name of Colon    McLeod,
been flled in this office.
Steelhead, per lb.  10c
Sturgeon, per lb 15c
Retail Meats.
Beef,  best rib  roasts    15c to 17c
Beef, loin    18c to 21c
Beef, round steak 18.
Boiling  beef    10c  to 15c
Veal    15c to  20c
Pork   18c to 20c
Sugar cured bacon   15c to 20s
Mutton 18c to 20q
Young lamb 15c to 25c
Dressed  Chicken    25c
Dressed  ducks 22c
Wholesale Meats.
Veal, small   ll'/jc to 12Hc
Veal, large   9c to lie
Spring lamb  12c to 15c
Mutton    12c  to 14c
has I Poultry.
Hens, small, dozen   $6 to $9
FOR SALE���NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, close ln, cement basement,
bath, furnace, etc. $2800. Cash
9300, balance $30 per month. Sherriff. Rose & Co., 648 Columbia
Btreet.
Notice is hereby given tbat I shall. |"e"f- Iar?e- dozen  .���� t0 $12
at tbe expiration of one month from! BJ"��".er8' d��zen    M4J J�� ��
the date of the flrst publication here | ��h.,ckm,> doze"   ,G t0 J9
of  ln a dailv newsnaner nubllahed in  Chickens, per lb 25c
the city of New Westminster, issue a gjjft **  *\�� ��f*
duplicate of the said certificate, un
less ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C   a   WVHTH,
District Refjioi.  .- of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,  New   Weat-
i minster, B.C., July 11. 1911.
Ducks, each   75c to $1
FOR SALE���CLYDSDALE MARE,
seven years old, weighing about
1500 pounds, also Ally from above
rising two years. Apply Mrs. Dair,
Langley.
FOR SALE���600 CHOICE BU1LD-
ing lots in New Westminster and
Burnaby. We will make special
terms and  conditions    to    anyone
i wishing to select lots for building
purposes, and arrange for grading
streets, etc.    See   our Westminster
. Heights addition, corner Eighth
avenue and Cumberland, with open
streets, water, electric light service,
etc. As soon as construction on
the new car line begins this property will tlo'ihle in value immediately. The Wright Investment Co.,
Ltd., 1110 Dominion Trust building,
Vancouver, 613 Columbia street,
New Westminster.
TO RENT.
TO RENT OR LEASE���SIX ROOM-
ed house, half acre garden, $10 per
month. Twenty minutes from
Sapperton car. Apply J. Hogarth,
North  road.
TO RENT���A LARGE BEDROOM,
suitable for business gentlemen.
Apply  713  Trew  street.
TO RENT���FRONT BEDROOM,
furnished; fire place. Apply 57
Morriville street.
Varden No. 19, Sons of Norway,
meet in Eagles hall the first and
third Wednesdays of each month at
8 p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend.
A. KROGSETH,
President.
J. J. AUNE,
Financial Secretary.
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.
Carpenters, Attention!
All members of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners' Local
1639 are especially requested to attend the next regular meeting on
Monday, October 2, 1911, as some
very important business is to be
dealt with.
H. A. KERR,
Recording Secretary
F. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
WESTMINSTER
Phone 6S1.
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
TRUST
BLOCK.
Box  772
TO     BENT���FURNISHED    IIOUSE-
keeping rooms in suites of two.
Hot and cold water, steam heated.
Apply A. H. Ferguson, K. of P.
building.
ROOMS���NICELY FURNISHED AND
very quiet, clean rooms, with bath,
by day, week or month; rates very
reasonable. 47 Begbie street.
Phone 868. Just opposite side of
Russell hotel.
TO RENT���THREE OR FOUR
housekeeping rooms. Apply 620
Fourth street.
fO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS,
suitable for light housekeeping.
Apply to Alex. Speck, 743 Front
street.
TO RENT ��� NEWLY FURNISHED
clean rooms for one or two gentlemen.    Terms very reasonable.    513
Agnes Street.
TO RKNT���FURNISHED HOUSE
to rent, 319 Regina Btreet, $22 a
month.
TO RENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms ln Cliff block, on
Sixth street, one block from Columbia street. Apply the Misses Chapman, room 2, third floor.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
LEARN       My method of teaching the
a,.       waltz    is    essential    for    ac-
1U       curacy,   ease   and   grace,   In
DAIVPF   a"  the fancy dances.
Beginners class at 318
Royal avenue, Monday evening, October 9th, at 8 o'clock. Advanced
class and invitation dance in St.
Patrick's hall, Friday, October 7th,
continuing every Friday. Class at
7:30,-danclng 9 to 2.
C. W. Openshaw's orchestra, piano,
violin, cornet and trap drum. Private
lessons by appointment.
J. R. BARNETT,
Phone L575. 318 Royal Avenue.
FAIR   AT   NELSON.
Is Attended  by Thousands and  Is a
8uceaas.
Nelson, B. C, Sept. 29.���The attendance at the fruit fair yesterday
broke all records, nearly four thousand people passing through the
gates. In the band contest. Nelson
and Lethbrldge City bands played before Mr. Camillo Zaccaro of Fernie,
who is acting as Judge. After the
Cranbrook hand had rendered a program of selections, the result was
announced that the Nelson organization had won the prize.
In the first heat, of the drilling
contest, Erickson and Johnson of
Silverton, took first place; McGilli-
vray and Burg of Sandon, were second, and Oates and Cawley of Erie,
were tail-enders. Rossland and Wallace. Idaho teams entered the final
round of the contest yesterday. Last
night a great banquet waB held, at
which" A. S. Goodeve, member of parliament elect; W. E. Scott, deputy
minister of agriculture, and Prof.
Lewis of Oregon State College, were
guests of honor.
FRENCH WAR VE8SELS
HAVE   MORE   TROUBLE
Toulon, France, Sept. 28.���The torpedo boat. ' destroyers Trident and
Mousquenton collided during the
manoeuvers of the French navy today. The Mousquenton was rather
badly stove in, but was abb to make
port. No fatalities have been reported.
Phone 388.
P. 0. Box 557.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
EUROPEAN CAPITAL
Furnished for attractive enterprises
ln all substantial lines of business.
Railroads, Tractions, Water and
Electric Powers, Irrigations, Timber,
Mining. Agricultural and Industrial.
Bond, Debenture and Stock Issue?.
Underwritten, Purchased or Sold.
Properties purchased for European
exploitation and Investment.
Financial Undertakings of all sorts
handled. ,
Miscellaneous commissions and
orders of all characters accepted for
execution in any European country.
Correspondence enclosing full details at flrst writing invited.
The International Bankers Alliance
42 Mark Lane, London, England.
ST. ANN'S
NEW WESTMIN8TER, B.C.
A Boarding and Day School for Young
Girls.
The curriculum includes preparatory, intermediate, grammar and
academic, or high school grades.
Pupils prepared for high school entrance and provincial teachers examinations. The Commercial Department embraces bookkeeping, shorthand (Isaac Pitman system) and
touch typewriting. Music a specialty.
For prospectus and terms address to
the SISTER SUPERIOR.
PRETTY and VERY STYLISH
Are our new Fall Overcoats and Reefer
Coats for boys of all sizes. They are
famous for their nobby styles and tasty
colors. We are satisfied that they will
will meet with your approval when you
see them.
Children's Reefer Coats
$4.00 to $9.00
Children's and Boys' Overcoats
$5.00 to $10.00
��Th�� -Premier"
HON BRAND
BOYS' SUITS
*The Harvard*
UON BRAND
Our Boys' Clothing Department is
blooming with tasty suits for boys
who care for nobby clothes. Bloomer
pants and double breasted coats are
very fashionable.   We have them.
$4.00 to $15.00
M. J. PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
971  Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C
"The Mouse of Quality and Low Prices
����
Carpets!
Rugs!
The public has appreciated our efforts to give them
more value in House Furnishings than they have ever
before obtained. Our reputation for selling as advertised, is no doubt responsible for this, We will cc-n-
tinue our special prices for the next few days to give
you an opportunity to purchase quality goods at small
prices. Small profits and a big turn-over is our
motto, and remember this is "The Store With All
New Goods."
NOTE THE PRICES ON CARPETS
Wilton Rugs
In new designs and colorings; greens, fawns,
browns, fi ft. 9 in. by 9 ft. Wilton Rug, suitable for
a hall or den; a small parquet design and green
and  tan;   $27.00   value  for    $19.75
The same pattern; 9 ft. by 9 ft.; $36.00 value
for    127.50
9x9 Wilton Rugs
In Oriental design; tan, green and re.I colorings.
A rug suitable for hall, den or living room; $36.00
value   for           ..$27.50
Axminster Rugs
These Rugs come in reds, browns, tans and greens.
They are seamless and a good wearer, as well as
being  very  attractive in appearance.
7 ft. 6 ln. by 9 ft,  regular -$18.00 for   $13.50
9 ft. by 9 ft., regular  $22.25  for    $16.50
9 ft. by 10 ft. 6 jn.r regular $26.50 for  $19.00
9 ft. by 12 ft., regular $30.00  for    $21.50
Brussels Rugs
In Fawn, Green and Red Colorings.
9 ft. by 9 ft., $18.00 value  for   ./..".." $13.50
9 ft. by 10 ft. 6 in., $21.00 value for $16.50
See our stock of Hearth Rugs, In Wilton's, Axminster, Reversible Smyrna;  all colors and combinations.
Galloway & Lewis
The Store With All New Goods
Phone 829
401-403 Columbia Street
.ia-^iMxea-aas. a\
SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER  30,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
by prospectors and laborers fer the
winter, because it Is really only a
summer camp.
The stampeders are going by gasoline launches and steamers.
It will be the greatest army of diggers ln the north that will be tearing
up the Ruby district this winter.
.... All  tlie  old  northern   prospectors
(Changes for this column must be j declare the formation there has
Ml at, or telephoned to. this offlce by white channel, the same as the fam-
�� p.m. on Frl^ys.    The omission of; ous Klondike dleeinKS.
CHURCH
SERVICES
**************************i
any church notice from this column
;ous Klondike diggings.
j    Comparatively little gold has been
*v
tndlrntaa   tho*   ����   ^��������n.   i       .. wu^���������i��   uiiiw   *uiu   nits   inxu
TuDnHed/ * taT6  beeai Seated there, whicli makes the mag-
vv ieu.�� jnltude of the stampede an anomaly,
Sunday, October 1. hut few  spots  seem  so encouraging
r*i .awn* r, a ---7*.   _ I and old-timers declare they are posl-
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bah   tive that the gold wlll be found on
er, pastor.    Services    11 a.m.    and 7  the benches or elsewhere.
p.m.; Bunday school anl Baraca class'    Eddie Lewln, a famous Klondlker,
at 2:30 p.m. |bas fifteen men outfitted ln the Ruby
| hill   for  the  winter  and  Is   staying
!    FREE    METHODIST    CHURCH��� there himself.
! Corner Eighth and Kennedy streets, i Several days ago at Ruby "Jew
C. S. McKlney, pastor. Class 10 a.m.; Boh" attempted to separate Gillespie
preaching 11 a.m.; Sunday school1 and BUnkle, who were flghting. Gil-
,2:30 p.m.; preaching 7:30 p.m. ilesple stabbed Bob flve times, and It
Evangelist J. H. Flowes will preach at' ls feared he will die.   Gillespie is tn
Get ahead of the other fellow���be the
first  to wear new Fall Overcoats.
Jack Frost will soon be tinting trees and painting cheeks and noses.
Weather changes come quickly in Canada. You know that colder weather is
certain to be here soon. There's no advantage in putting off buying your heavier
Suits and Overcoats.    There is every advantage in making selections right now.
��� -i
Fall styles are fixed.
Variety is at its height.
Extra exclusive
patterns are here. And
you will have first
choice of all the beautiful fabrics and rare
weaves that Fit- Reform
selected from the
leading  mills abroad.
ACME CLOTHING CO.
C M. GREEN, Manager.-
SUITS
both services.
COLLLNGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tueeday at 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service nt 2 p.m. and Sunday
���chool at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
NIDAROS NORWEIGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH ��� Divine service
every Sunday at 3 p.m. tn St. Paul's
Reformed Episcopal church. Sunday
school following the service. O. Borge,
pastor, residence 1654 Eleventh avenue east, Vancouver.
TRINITY UNITED LUTHERAN
CHURCH���Rev. O. Skattebol. pastor.
Serrice Sunday forenoon, July 2, at
11 o'clock. Boats leave the dock at
10:30.
. FIRST     SWEDISH     LUTHERAN
CHURCH,,St. Andrews and Eleventh
streets.���George N. Anderson, pastor, j
Services every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
GOSPEL HALlr���Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class   at   2:30 p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Class meeting at
10 a.m.; Sunday school and Bible
class at 2:30 p.m.; Epworth League
on Monday at 8 p.m.
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY
TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a. m.. holy communion and sermon; 2:30, Sunday-
school; 7 p.m., evensong and sermon.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, Sapperton ��� 2:30, Sunday
school; 7:30 p.m., evensong and sermon.
custody. There is no doctor ln the
camp, but the druggist Is caring for
Bob.
Mrs. Harry Crooks, a noted Klondike pioneer woman, died of a complication of ailments and was buried
here.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Pacific
Coast
Fleet
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 106.     P. O. Box S4S.
Ofllce, Front St, Foot of Sixth.
.
Specially Priced For Saturday
These are aU this Fall's Goods. In some lines we
have all sizes, and in some only one or two. They are
all well made���good fitting and shape keeping.
Men's Tweed Suits
Men's    Tweed    Suits    in
brown stripe;
fall suit; well
good  flt.
a  very  nice
made end a
$10.00
Rain Coats
Raincoat,
cial;   a  real
"Currle"    spe-
raln  excluder,
In fact the only one. Price
$9.00
Men's fancy Suits
Men's Fancy Worsted or
Tweed Suits; some of these
sold as high as $22.00, but
sizes are now broken. Price
$15.00
Showerproof Coats
Showerproof Coat; "Crav-
ennette," an overcoat and a
raincoat combined.    Price
$9.00
COAT SWEATER, Each  ��� ������ f��* * ��� ��� .^1.50
HEAVY UNDERWEAR, Each ;......... $1.00
BETTER SUITS $18, $20, $22 and $2B
Acme Clothing Co.
C. W. Green, Mgr.
Columbia Street
SS. "PRINCE  RUPERT."
SS. "PRINCE GEORGE."
88. "PRINCE JOHN."
SS. "PRINCE ALBERT."
Johnson's Wharf, foot Columbia Ave.
Leave Vancouver 12~Mldnlflht
MONDAYS
for   Prince   Rupert,   Port   Simpson,
Port Nelson, Stewart. Massett, Naden
Harbor.
BT. BARNABAS, (ANGUCBN). 4M
I Tenth street���Rev.    E.   FL    Bartlett,
|M.A., rector.    Matins and Holy Com-
mtrato* at 11 **.**.;    enreaaons    at   1
p.m.
I        Leave Vancouver 12 Midnight
ST.  PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCO-1 THURSDAYS
PAL.   Service at 11 a. m. and 7. p. m. for Prince Rupert, Refuge Bay, Queen
Morning service,    communion;    Sun    Charlotte Island Ports
day school at 2:30.
Leave Vancouver 12 Midnight
!      TUESDAY8 AND SATURDAYS
for Victoria and Seattle.
SIXTH   AVENUE    METHODIST���
c.e���rt1CR'evt0FbeshelOkin 0BAha,p.".1iT GRAND VbUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY
����,?.����� �� !'m  ��X" 7 n m     Class for Polnt8 between Pr,nce Rupert Bnd
ess: s a &&i^y.z^��������j^"--
Hold to the Faith," and "7 p.m.. "A
Cordial Invitation." At 2:30 these
wlll be a rally of the Sunday school
scholars. It Is desired that there be
a record attendance.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown. B.D.. pastor   Service at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.;
day school at 2:30 p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street aad
Third avenue, Burnaby. Rev. W. C.
Frank, pastor. Public worship, 11 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school, 2:30
p.m.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���R*v. K
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning service and communion. 11 a.m.; evening, 7 p.m.;
Bible class and Sabbath school, 2:34
p.m.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH.)
Hospital street���O. B. Anderson, pastor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday ,
���chool and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.: i
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meet-i
ing Thursday at 7:45 p.m.; B. Y. P. U.
Monday at 8 p.m. |
BT.    AIDAN'S      PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth atreet and Seventh
avenue���Rev. R. Wallace Collins. BA , |
pastor.   Service at   11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Both will be special anniversary I
services.    Rev.    James White, M.A..!
will   preach   in   the   morning,   and
Principal MacKay, D.D.. in the evening.   Special collection for   building
fund.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
comer of Fourth Ave. and Seventh St
Rev. M. O. Melvln, B. A., mlntatar.
Service* at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Guild meets at 8 p.m. Monday.
8ALVATION   ARMY���Servica*   at
the citadel, Eighth street. 11 a.m., 3!
p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
"Prince
Rupert" and "Prince George," both
north and southbound. 	
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY 8YSTEM
(The Double Track Route)
for all points east of Chlcaeo '.n
Michigan, Ontario. Quebec, Maritime
Provinces, New York and New England States. Through tickets from
Sua- Vancouver.
H
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
V RAILWAY CO.
Additional Excursions
to Eastern Points
Tickets on   tal*   September   25th,
October 2nd, 6th.    Return   limit    29
Aaya trom data of sale. . October 11th,
lath. 19th.   Return   Umtt.   November
15th.
Winnipeg, Man % 60.00
Minneapolis, Min     60.00
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Washington. D.C  107.50
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L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent.
Phone Seymour 3060.
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.  Dawson, SepL 29.���Ih the face of
the  Yukon  rlvera'a closing,  one of j
tha largest rushes In the  history ot
Alaska or the Yukon ta   now under
way to Ruby.below Gibbon.
It is estimated that two or three
thousand people will winter there.
The Northern Commercial company
haa landed a barge with several hundred tons of supplies and some Independent traders have goods.     -     '
Ruby la moatly a tent city, but
hundreds ot cabins will no doubt be
started immediately.
The recrulta are mostly trom Iditarod, which ia being largely deserted
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SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER, 30,   1911.
CANADA  AND THE  NAVY.
There can be no question that
lard Charles Beresford ls entitled to
the great reputation which he enjoys aa' a brave and daring seaman,
a clever tactician and. naval com
mander. But It cannot be forgotten
that he has once or twice made
somewhat grave mistakes in his later
role as a politician and debater. Hs
stands revealed in this same character In the Interview published in
yesterday's Dally News-Advertiser.
That one in the position of Lord
Charles Beresford should stoop to
abuse his country by declaring that
Great Britain's natural and. ��� prppei
pride ln her navy is but 'Senseless
swagger and, arrogance," ano; Is a
surprising revelation to Englishmen.
No one will question the dis
tlnguished admiral's assertion that
Great Britain is finding it Increasing
ly difficult to provide the very costly
armament necessary for the protection of her commerce and her varl
ous dependencies and overseas dominions. Canadians appreciate this
fact and to a man agree that tbis
prosperous Dominion shall do .some
thing to give ample and sufficient
help to the mother country ln the
difficulty which confronts hert But
-we do not quite see that it is expected of Lord Charles Beresford that he
should come over here and presume
to tell Canadians what they must do
in this respect. Canada has long
since proved herself capable of managing her own affairs and concern^
and in this matter of the navy she
can be relied upon to do her duty
and do it thoroughly and well. God
forbid that we should listen to every
"checaco" that visits our shores, accepts our hospitality, and dictates
to us what we should have done.
Lord Beresford will go down to
history on the same plane as Champ
Clark, and in tbe words of Rudyard
Kipling, whom they are so ftmd *6l
quoting, "a fool there was."
Beresford as a hero   of   the   days
when  we were  children  we admire
We are proud of the man who put a
lot of niggers to flight, we are proud
of the signal    that the    commander
set "Well Done Condor," but we are I
hanged if we are proud of this man's
Impudence when he dares to dictate
what we should or should not have |
���done.    Let    Admiral    Lord    Charles ,
William de la Poer Beresford, K.C.B.,
"G.C.V.O., dare to tell us that because j
-we are favorable to a reciprocity pact
that we are traitors to our country.
let him  tell  us that we  are disloyal,
let him tell us that we wish to disintegrate the    Empire    by    entering
into a   commercial   arrangement   and
we will  ask Sir Percy  Scott to put
him into the place where he belongs
It is enough !    We in Canada know
how to run our own country, we 46
not   want   the   advice   of    "ghost"
heroes. Let every man who attempts
to teach us what to do serve an   apprenticeship     in     our    country,   go
through the   mill,    till the soil,    cut
cordwood, water the cattle at 40 below,  get  frozen  going  for grub, discover    mines,    flght    against     overwhelming odds    for    life,    care    for
wives and children on a desert plain
���hundreds  of  miles  from   the  nearest
-settlement, prev to the attack of wily
Indians, but still through it all  loyal
to the Britisli flap.
No. no, it is not the followers of
"flir Wilfrid Laurier, and the Liberals
���of Canada that men cf the calibre of
"Beresford can cast a stone at, but
Tather at their own masters ani dictators, who tell then what is best to
do to save their "rents."
Meal
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"time
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No
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Get In On Is Business Property
brings delight
when tke biscuits
en made witti
Dr Prices
Baking Powder
.Cream of Tartar
GRAND SCOTTISH CONCERT
OPERA HOUSE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4th.,   1911
"" ~ At &!!> p. m.
PROGRAM.
Bagpipe selection   ..'.r?.^,';..' Clan MoLean Pipe band
Song���"My  Ain   Folks." Miss L.  Murray
Song���"The   Battle   of  Stirling   Brid*>."...  .     Mr.   John' OfattaW
Dancing  exhibition���Winner   of  the Juvenile B. C. Championship. "v ""
Song���"Jessie, the Flower bf Dunblane"    Mlss Alvina Munn
Song���"Just a Sprig o'  Heather." M.  R.  Morrison
Violin   Solo���(Scotch  Fantasy)���Ben Voirlich    M.   Holroyd  Paule
Di^et���(Selected) Miss Munn and Mr. Graham
t��ong��� (Character)'���''San ly  Grtmt." Mr.  J.   G.   Brown
Songt���(Selected) Mrs. W. E. Staneland
Song���"Do You Miss Me In the Dear  Hame Land" Miss L. Murray
.Bagpipe   Competition��� (Marched)... Mrs. G. Robertson and Miss Wallace
Duet���"Hoo Can  ye G^ng, JLiaddie."  .. Mrs.   Staneland  and   Mr.   Morrison
Bagpipe   Selection���.. 7.������.%-/ .Clan   M'Lean  Pipe   Band
Bkgpipe   Selection��� >, The  Winner  of  the  Championship
Presentation   of   Championship   Medals and Cup.
Sonff���"McGregors   Gathering." .Mr.   John   Graham
Song���"Turn  ye  to   Me."  Miss  Alvina   Munn
Song���"We're   a'   Scottish   Here." Mr.  J.  G.  Brown
Violin   Solo   (Scotch   Fantasy)���Ben   Cluch   M. Holyrod Paull
Song���Selected���    :. Mrs. W. K Stariehriid
Reel    ot   Tulloch MIbb K. Urquhart, MIsb L. Isdale, Mr.
W. McKay, Mr. J. Robs.
Trio���"Willie  Brew'd   a  Peck   o'   Matot."	
! Mr. John Graham,  Mr. R. Morrison, Mr. J. G. Brown.
"Auld Lang Syne."
'���'ited  Save the King."
Accompanist,   Misa Viila M. Vais.
The piano used at this concert has been kindly placed at the disposal of the committee by the J. H. Todd Music House, New Westminster.
The arrow points to the Schaake Property. Can you beat
it for location ? It is the finest investment in New Westminster today.
Columbia Street Lots - $7,000 to $8,000
Front Street Lots     -     $15,000 to $23,000
Terms, One-third Cash, Balance Over Two Years.
FRENCH  LADY  SANDOW.
She   Will   Marry   No   Weak'inq,   She
Says���Can  Lift 420 Pounds.
Paris. Sept. 2R.���Mlle Mallery. who
has  jiiBt been  given  the $400  "Ros-
iere  Prize"  for  her  virtue an 1  general 'worthiness,   has   declared   she
'will not marry any man who cannot
carry  off  more   wheat   at   one   turn
than she can, i ound for pound.
The young French woman stands
nix foot in her stockings and is husky
in proportion, Mer father is a farmer and she works in the fleld with
��� he men. To .(tipple 200 pounds Is n
mere nothing for her, and stories of
tier strength nro many. One of her
father's farm hands drove up with a
vagbnloafl of the huge sacks of
���wheat peculiar to the region. The
farm hand and liis helper struggle:!
with one of the sacks without more
than budging it., so they called Mal-
cmoitelle. She came np laughing
and brushed the two men aside.
Alone she walked away with the
*ack���120  | omuls to the ounce.
The "Kosiere Prize" is ghen r-n-
nnally to the most deserving girl, th"
money coming from a fund left by a
.rich merchant several years ago for
the purpose. Hundreds of communities throughout France are each recipients of one of the prizes which they
t>estow every year by award of jury.
.o-
The Western Steam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Carter-Cotton Blk.
Phone Seymcur 7676.
or Phone 324,
New Westminster.
Hand Tailored Clothes
For Fall and Winter Wear
We have Just received the last shipment, of new fall clothes
which are now  in  stock, and ready for your inspection.
We can sell you a strictly hand-tailored suit throughout in the
new and popular Scotch Tweeds, made up in shades of brown, including the stylish and serviceable heather mixture, as well as
natty stripes..
No cloth looks goo.l on any man if not properly tailored. Our
suits are every one tailored to satisfy  the  most  critical   buyer.
We want you, Mr. Man, to see these, try them on, and judge
for yourself.
Furnishing stock complete ln every detail���Shirts, Gloves.
Hosiery, plain  and fancy, Underwear, Sweaters and Sweater Coats.
SUITS TO SELL AT
$15, $18, $20, $22.50, and $25
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451 COLUMBIA 6T.
Limited
PHONES 646 AND 669.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Fall and Winter
FOOTWEAR
Boots in tan and gun metal will be worn
for street wear the coming Fall and
Winter.
For dress and evening wear, patents and
velvets will have the call; a number of
new designs have been created.
Our display will appeal to the women
who desire to keep in touch with the
trend of fashion.
Many of the models were made exclusively for us, and all were selected with
the viewpoint of sustaining our reputation for securing the new styles first.
FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS
We have made special efforts to secure models for boys and girls that are
comfortable and wearable, as well as stylish. It is of the greatest importance that growing feet of the youth and child should be properly clothed
Our salesmen will be glad to assist you in selecting correct models
W. E. Sinclair
THE SHOE MAN
611-613 Columbia Street New Westminster
tf SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER   30,  1911.
('     THE DAILY NEWS.
m Of AMATEUR SPORTSMEN
LOOKING TOWARDS THIS CITY
Forthcoming Amateur Boxing and Wrestling Bouts to Be
Staged at Local Armouries Take on Internationa Aspect
���Querrie's A Query���Other Sports.
After watching the famous Tecumsehs at  work during the week, and
following clpsely the many  plays of
the  twelve  which  will do duty  this
afternoon,   It   looks   that  while   the
B. C. championB���It isn't "near champions"   any   longer���will   have   their
work   cut  out  to double  any   score
-which may l>e recorded against them,
victory   should   on   form   rest    with
Con   Jones'   team.     There     is     a
vast difference   between   the   tactics
employed   by   either   team,  and   in
close   formation,    Vancouver   should
be seen to advantage.   Charlie Querrie  and   his   boys   contest   matters
along the lines  known as the eastern  plan, a series of plays which I
should  fancy,  be quickly broken  up
by  the  semi-locals  of the Terminal
city,   who  by  the   way,  have   been
critically   analyzing   their  soon-to-be
opponents' workouts.    There   ls   no
question that there wlll be some brilliant   plays    from   both    sides, and
while It Is the wish of everyone   to
aee the better team win, we in the
west, naturally look to the Vancouver stickhandlers to bring home the
bacon.   It has certainly to be handed to Vancouver this year and that
they  deserve  the honors, after   the
form displayed ln such a consistent
manner goes without saying even by
fans   from   this  city.      Westminster
will be out rooting for the Terminals
and  with  Bob Cheyne ln charge   of
the game, Westminster will to a certain  extent have a say in the   proceedings.
The teams for the first of the two
matches will line up as follows:
Vancouver��� Tecumsehs.
Goal.
Clark       Kinsman
Point.
Griffith       Green
Coverpolnt.
Pickering    Yeaman
First Defence.
West      Graydon
Secoml   Defence,
Ion       Rowntree
Third Defence.
Godfrey   (capt.)       McKenzie
Center.
Matheson       Felker
Third   Home.
Fitzgerald       Querrie  (capt.)
Seton il  Horae.
Allen       Murton
First   Home.
Phelan       Durkin
Outside Home.
Adamson       McGregor
Inside   Home.
, Lalonde     McDougall
The han Will be rafted off b'y LOr*
Deshorough at half past two promptly i.nd It would he advisable for those
who have not reserved seats to be
ther" well in advance of that hour,
as accommodation will be taxed and
perlytps another record for attend-
anci   smashed.
desist from smoking but the point Insisted upon. The 104th official will
carry this ruling through to the letter on Friday.
Sergt. Major R. F��� Griffiths who
bas taken charge of the greater part
of the labors 'or tbe forthcoming
bouts in tl Is city promises to present
to the onlookers one of the prettiest
settings on the coast, and from what
I know of this energetic soldier, I
feel that he will carry through his
program which wlll be but the forerunner of many more. The ring will
be an eighteen-foot one and will be
be buflt to regulation specification
and on the stakeless principle.
Had New York promoters not secured the Matt Wells and Packey
McFarland ten-round bout for next
month, it was in the air that Westminster would have landed this titbit and so helped further to put this
city on the map, from a sporting
point of view. Those who were behind the venture felt tbat there
would be kickers and knockers and
back-biters and other samples of kill
sports, but remembering that the
boxing game ls no longer a brutal
one and that the highest ln the land
patronize premier shows, the time'
has gone past when only roughnecks
lent their aid to the carrying out of
arguments with the gloves. It Is not
permissible to state the figure offered to either Wells or McFarland,
but this much I can aay that It was
In advance of the purse put up by
Jimmy Coffroth of San Francisco,
which proved that tbere are sportsmen in tbis province who are willing
to provide an attraction to those who
like the boxing, NOT FIGHTING,
game, and wbo stand to lose by the
transaction. In the near future
Wells wlll be agatn asked to come
In this direction .and an answer from
the little Englishman Is expected in
the Royal city by those back of the
scheme, ln the course of a day or
two.
PROVINCIAL
Exhibition
Queen's Park, New Westminster
Oct- 3,4,5,6, 7,
HUNDREDS Of STOCK AND FRUIT EXHIBITS
The Finest Agricultural Stow in Western Canada
ftdiMk
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M��ftgage�� on Real Estate, and will guarantee you
We also guarantee that the interest will be paid you
PWptly on the due date, and principal on maturity.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
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^S^orne Street New Westminster
Tuesday, Oct. 3���Official opening.
Wednesday, Oct. 4.���Scottish Day.
Thursday, Oct. 5.���Championship
Baseball.
Friday, Oct. 6.���Children's Sports.
Saturday, Oct. 7.���Sports, Baseball
GOD SAVE THE KING.
Special rates on all railways and steamships.
T. J. TRAPP, Pres.     D. E. MACKENZIE, Manager
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For a companv of real live sportsmen recommend me to the officials of the Paciflc Northwest amateur Athletic association, who last
week elected that staunch supporter
of the cause, W. P. Ogilvie of Vancouver, to the proud position of president for the year. From the moment, the conference was called to
order until the session rose for dinner, the delegates who had traveled
in some Instances hundreds of miles
to be piesent. went Into the various
matters on the agenda with a whole-
heart edness which is lacking In this
province. There is no such
P. N. A. officials and the manner ln
which they cleaned the stable of
-clubs which had engineered amateur
(?) bouts ln the past winter was
gool to Bee. According.to Secretary
T. Morris Dunne of the Multnomah
A. A. C. of Portland, when an athlete desires to contest matters under
the "semi-amateur" pretext, the pure
associations do not desire him, and
he proves Immediately that he ls no
count where only the slmon-pures
minnle. Dunne has been in the limelight as a legislator for many years
on the Paciflc coast and with Colonel Inglis has done mor" for the
sport than scores -of others who
have heen here today and gone tomorrow. Staying right with the
game, these two men have shown
that they have the best interests of
athletics at heart and that Dunne is
appreciated by his fellow-legislators
1s plain when it ls stated that
annually he is voted to the dual
offices of secretary-treasurer. The
104th regiment of this city was admitted to membership without a dissenting vote and our cousins over
the border have promised to give
tfeeir kindly aid from time to time,
nnd in fact any time the 104th may
require It. With this end In view alt
the delegates were only too anxious
to send boxing and wrestling representatives to the meeting in this city
next Friday evening but many of
these had to be turned down for the
time being owing to the financial end
of the question. The Westminster
regimental athletes while willing to
encourage their members In the
wrestling, boxing and general athletic games have no funds.at their
disposal so that they will have to
crawl before they can hope to walk.
Should the big meet ln the Armouries prove a financial success monthly
bouts will be staged in which noted
athletes from all parte of the coast
will appear. While on this subject
I want to state to those who will be
present on Friday, that no smoking
will he permitted in the hall on Sixth
street. It is not fair to tralnel athletes thnt they should be compelled
to inhale the fumes of tobacco at a
time when they require all the fresh
air possible. Delegates from Portland, Spokane and Vancouver spoke
along the same lines, and It was felt
that the time had come when spectators should be not only asked to
A meeting of the executive of the
senior amateur football club to lelect
the team to represent the Royal City
against Coquitlam at Queens park
next Thursday wfll be held on Monday evening. As tbe K. A. & I.
society have donated a flfty-dollar
trophy, for this event, it is up to the
selectors to get together the strongest eleven possible and if possible
have the team out for at least one
���*rkctice-��� before -the. tauttcb. jlhe -
match which is of course, under soccer rules will begin at It):30 o'clock
on Thursday morning, so that the
Coquitlam players will have the remainder of the day on their hands
for enjoyment. The seniors of Westminster this year look for big things
on the fleld of battle against tbe
teams whom they have been drawn
to meet in the league engagements,
and a victory over the leather chasers from Coquitlam on Thursday next
will give the local boys more heart
to go into the winter pastime and
make good.
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This property is most suitably
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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.
For further particulars see
New  Westminstsr City  Specialist
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in;
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Tailor Suits, Evening Dresses, all
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ROYAL GEOfJGE  OCT. 18
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2nd Class, $53.75, and upwards.
3rd Class, Bristol or London, $32.50.
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loyal Bank of Canada
Capital paid ap ......$6,200,000
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TBa Bank has 175 brascboa,
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�� THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER   30,   19U.
s
?/TY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Columbia street eewer~^T^^^beDture8   ��8"Mment   *"
law  1911
* / i__, nrooerty   Immediately   benefitted   and   the
Schedule shqwlwr ����� r?SsMentis made on per foot frontage:
proportion ln wbicb tbe assessment Annual
Frontage. Payment
C16   i So. Alers   66 ft. 15.42
cl7   7 McKay Barbara S 66 ft. 15.42
8 McNamara Mary & Clarke Wm. N 66 ft. 15.42
9 Boutillier  Annie   (Estate) 66 ft. 15.42
10 Edmonds William   66 ft. 15.42
11 Roman Catholic Church 66 ft. 15.42
12 Roman Catholic Church  66 ft. 15.42
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. Symmea B. F.)   6G ft. 15.42
10 Salter J. A 66 ft. 15.42
11 Colton Fox J. 8     66   ft. 15.42
12 Colton Fox J. S '\ 66   ft. 15.42
C.19   1       Coote  Josias    66 ft. 15.42
2       Coote   Josias    66   ft.     ..   15.42
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City ot New
Westminister Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the properties ln the Schedule above mentioned the sums of
money annually for twenty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made wlll be held on Friday the 27th day of October, 1911,
commencing at 10 o'clock ln the forenoon at the Councll 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 NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
FRONT  STREET  SEWER LOCAL IMPROVEMENT    DEBENTURE    ASSESSMENT BY-LAW, 1911.
SCHEDULE showing the Real Property immediately benefitted and
the proportion ln which the Assessment is made on per foot frontage:
Re- Annual
Blk.   Lot    Sub.    Subd.                       Name of Owner      Frontage. Payment.
C.5       1 Swanson,   Alfred    66 ft. $14.09
2 W. pt.   S. % SwanBon,   Alfred      22 ft.     4.70
S. pt. of M. % Trapp, T. J 24 ft.     5.12
E. pt.                                    Waghorn, J. W., & Martin,   H 20 ft.     4.27
3 W.  Va Waghorn, J. W., & Mar-
.   tin,  H  33 ft. 7.05
E. %                            t          Lees Limited     33 ft. 7.05
4 W. pt                              ,     Lees Limited    11 ft. 2.36
E. pt.                                       Trapp, T.J., &   Co.,Ltd.. 55 ft. 11.75
5 S.  V��                                       Edwards, Chas.  W.  etal 66 ft. 14.09
6 Myers, T. C. et al   66 ft.   14.09
7 W. pt Myers, T. C. et al    22     4.70
[8 ��        Pearson, Thomas R.   ... 66 ft.   14.09
9 Hamley,   F.   T 66 ft.   14.09
10 . Cunningham,  James   ... 66 ft.   14.09
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the properties in the Schedule above mentioned tbe sums of
money annually for twenty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for thetriai dt 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 NEW  WESTMINSTER.
CITY OP BfBW WESTMINSTER. 1
"fllatfc Street tr.m Third Avenue to   Sfcth    Avenue    Cemeat    SUewalka
I lam>r��il  Debenture Aumwil By-Law, 1911."
Schedule showing the Real Property Immediately benefitted and the proportion  in  which    the    Assessment  Ismade on per foot frontage:
Re- Frontage    Annual
Blk. Lot Subd.    Subd.        Xame of Owner Ft.    Pay'm't
S. ��
11	
14.29&30
THIRD STREET LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DEBENTURE ASSESSMENT BY-LAW, 1911.
SCHEDULE showing the Real Property Immediately benefitted aad
the pioportion in  which the   Assessment is made on per   foot frontage:
Annual
R��- Front-      Pay-
Blk.        Lot.    Subd.      Subd. Name of Owner. age.      ment.
C.34         3          A. Corbould   Gordon   E....66   ft. $30.17
4 Corbould Gordon E. ..  132 ft. 60.34
7&8         1       ���                        Vidal James H 66 ft. 30.17
2 Johnston  John J 66  ft. 30.17
3 Mackay J. J 66 ft. 30.17
4 Schaake Kate    66 ft.       30.17
S.5 8 S.i/6 W.% Rae Jessie    132 ft.     60.34
8 S.ft      Npt. Gray Alexander  B 66 ft.     30.17
9 2 Rand Artuhur E    66 ft.     30.17
3 Clute Mary L.  R 50 ft. 22.86
4 Gifford Annie A 66 ft. 30.17
5 Gardner  Eliza  J 66 ft. 30.17
61&02 7 to 10 1 Gardner, Eliza J 52.8 ft. 24.13
2 McNeil A. T 48.8 ft 22.30
3 Cliffe  Ronald  B 26.8  ft. 12.26
4 Sinclair James  W.   ...52.8 ft. 24.13
5 Elly Reuben       52.8ft. 24.13
11  , McLeod Alfred W 66 ft. 30.17
63 Gordon Mary C 66 ft.      30.17
64&65 1 Glffoi'd Lucy & Thos. Jr. 63 ft.     28.80
5.5 64&6S   2  Rogers,   Mary   S 63 ft     28.80
3 *    Lyle,  Frank   B 73 ft.     33.36
5.6 5       1 !  '        Wintemute,  Jane   (est)..66 ft.     30.17
4 Reid, Alex,   (estate)   ..45.5ft.     20.80
5 Pt.   22 Reid, Alex,   (estate)    22 ft.     10.06
6 Bai.  of  5 Lane, Robt. & Wm 69 ft.     31.55
7 Smith,   Franklin    45.5 ft.      26.80
43        8 Wlndebank,   Hori     50 ft.      22.86
7     N.  % -i       Truman.   William   H 86 ft. 89.20
S. ]A Wlndebank,   Hori    84 ft. 88.40
1 Oliver,   Elizabeth     55 ft. 25.15
41&42   G Barnett,  Louisa   M 52.5 ft. 24.00
7 Burden,  J.   K.   ..' 50ft 22.86
8 .       Young,   Murdock    50 ft.     22.86
9 Young,  Pete H 50 ft.     22.86
10 Boughen,   B,   J 50 ft. 22.86
11 Boughen.   E.  J 60ft 22.86
12 Bembrach,  L.  J 50ft 22.86
13 to 18 1                             West.   Home  S*   Imp.  Co.51 ft. 23.32
2 West.  Home  &   Imp.  Co.51 ft. 2IU2
3 West.  Home  &   Imp.  Co.51 ft. 2X.32
4 West.  Home  &   Imp.  Co.51 ft. 23.32
5 West.  Home  &  Imp.  Co.51 ft. 23.32
8.7 2.30&3.31 1 '     Dolg,   Arthur    66 ft. 30.17
18 Calbeck,  John   A 66 ft.      30.17
19 ��� McKenzie,   John     66 ft.     30.17
36 Rees,   Richard    66 ft.     30.17
4.29      6 Broad.   Emily    60 ft 27.43
7 Peebles,   Peter    60 ft. 27.43
8 Waitt,   M.  W.,   &   Co....60 ft. 27.43
S.7       4.29     9 S. Vi                          Cunningham,   James   ...30ft. 13.72
9 N. % Todhunter,  Thomas    30 ft.     13.72
10 Lane,   William    .' 60 ft. 27.43
11 Christian,  W. D 60 ft 27.43
12 Whiteside, W. J 60 ft. 27.4 1
13 Murray,  William    60 ft. 27.43
33 Shaw, James Pearson   ..60ft. 27.43
8.10     2&3     9 Loree,   James   C 66 ft. 30.17
10 Loree,   James   C 66 ft. 30.17
27 Banton,   Lucy    66 ft. 30.17
28 Croll. James A 66 ft. 30.17
4       6 Burnett.   Ma via    61 ft 27.88
7                                         Croll.   James   A 61 ft. 27.88
18                                   I     Horton,   William    61ft. 27.88
!!���' Etherington,   Arthur   E..61ft. 27.88
Tipperary Park City   New   Westmlnster561 ft. 256.67
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster Intends to paBB a I^ocal Improvement Assessment Bylaw 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 ag.ilnst the assessment
so proposed to be made will he held on Friday, the 27th day of October,
1911, commencing at 10 o'clock ln the forenoon at the Council Chamber
in the City Hall. New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of
appeal from surli intended assessment must he 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.
t    ��� .*,....  ; W. A. DUNCAN, Ctty Clerk.
31.
S.   7
S.   10
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10 & 23
11 & 23
10 & 23
.10......
11.
12.
4
5
6
7
g
9
10
11
1
2
3
4
8
9
10
11
5
6
15
16
18
19
1
2
3
4
D
9
10
11
12
5
6
9
10
13
14
20
Ovens, Thomas  	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones,  Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Jones, Henry A	
Byrne, Prlscllla A	
Thomas, \V.	
Thomas, W	
Sharpe.   James   S	
Henderson, Abraham M..
Hansen, Christian   	
Hood, John W	
Mollard,  Rohert   	
Sand,  Benjamin  A	
Coatham,  Maggie   	
Murray, John	
Burns.   John   W	
Cunningham, George   ..
Dawe,  Samuel J	
Gainey, Joslah   	
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   	
Heath, Willia H	
220
66
66
60
66
66
66
66
66
55
55
45
55
4 6.75
46.75
46.75
46.75
74.25
74.25
66
66
66
66
74.25
74.25
59.40
59.40
69.40
59.40
59.40
60
55
55
55
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
$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
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.02
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-Law assessing the properties ln the Schedule above mentioned the sums of money
annually for twenty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for
the trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be
made will be held on Friday, the 27thday of October, 1911, commencinfe at
10 o'clock ln the forenoon at the Council Chamber ln the City Hall, New
Westminster. British Columbia, and 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.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Dated the 27th day of September, 1911. '
CITV    OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
"Mackenzie Street from Colnmbia   to Acne* Street* Paved Roadway Local
Improvement Debeature Aaaeaameut   By-Law, IOU."
Schedule showing the  Real Property immediately benefitted and the proportion in which the Assessment ls made on per foot frontage:
He- Annual
Blk. Lot       Subd.       Subd.       Name of Owner Sup. ft. Paymt.
C. 13        10
17
21
22
C.   25           1
8
8
Court House	
Carnegie Library .
S.  55
N.  77
Dominion government .   612,125
McNamara,   Mary,   and
Clarke.  W.   N      612.125
Collister,  W.  S      726,000
Guichon.  L.   (estate)..     726,000
Kales, W. E    1650,000
Pringle, Michael         687,000
Hardman, Alfred      962,500
.Provincial Gov't       2271,600
.City New West'm'ster.   3712,500
�� 43.93
43.93
52.10
52.10
118.40
49.30
69.07
163.01
266.41
NOTICE! IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
I Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-Law as-
' sessing 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 oat complaints and appeals against the 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 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 leaBt eight days
prior to such  Court  of  Revision.
Dated this 27th day  of September, 1911.
W. A.  DUNCAN.
*, City Clerk.
CITY    OF   NEW WESTMINSTER.
���>Kr.a< street from Klaklh street to Schaake Machine Works. Cement Sidewalks. Kerka nt Retaining Wall* Local Improvement Debenture A��*e����-
m��t  Bylaw,  IOI I." ���MHRhAsMMMPtJftll**M a*?*)'M4?r.i*J������"
Schedule showing the Real  Property immediately   benefitted   and   the
portion in which the Assessment is made on per foot frontage:
Blk.
C.  4
C.5
Lot.
&  2
.     3
..    4
.     1
...2
....2
 2
Subd.    Resubd.    Name  of  Owner.
Front
W. 1-3
M. 24'
E. 20'
.3
.3
.4
..4
.5
W.
E.
w.
E.
1-2
1-2
pt.
Pt.
6,  7
C.6
C.6    ...
Lytton
C.7   ...
     8
     9
     10
     11
     1
     2
     3
     4
Square
...   4
... 5
... 6
... 7
... 8
9,  15
20
33
. 88
. 66
.   66
*Jm
...    B. C. Electric Ry. Co.  ..132
...    Peck & Preston      66
...    Keary,   W.   H    66
...    Swanson,    A 66
...     do        22
...     Trapp,   T.    J    24
Waghorn,   J.   W.   and
Martin   H	
...    do   	
...    Lees,  Limited       33
...    do        11
...    Trapp,   T.   J.   Co.   Ltd...  65
...     Edwards,  C.  W.,   Blatch-
ley,   A.,   and   Beynon,   E. 66
...    Myers, T. C. & R. H.,
Daniels,   Ethel   B.    ..
...     Pearson,  Thomas  R.
...    Hamley,  F.  T	
...    Cunningham,   James   ...   66
Drew,   George       66
...    Thomas,   Ellis       66
...     Trut.ch.  Sir Joseph   W.. .   66
.. .    Lafferty,   A.   N 66
Douglas   John  and J,  A. 66
...     City of New  Westminster        132
...    do        66
...     Countryman,  John   B.   ..   66
...    Hurllman, J. H. & Eade
T    66
,..     V.   V.   &   B.   Ry 66
.. .     Peters,   A,   G.   &   Mary   ..66
...     Brlnton,   Caleb        66
...     Johnston.   W.   Estate   ..   66
...     Annandale,   T.   S 66
Schaake  Machine
vaiiWorkS,   Limited     462 ft.      143.87
age.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
pro-
Annual
Pay't.
$   41.10
20.55
20.55
20.55
6.86
7.48
6.24
10.28
10.28
3.44
17.14
20.66
27.42
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
41.10
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
20.55
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing the properties In the Schedule above mentioned the sums of money
annually for thirty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for
the trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to
tie made wlll be held on Friday, the 27th day of October, 1911, commencing
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon at the C 'uncll Chamber ln the City Hall, New
Westminster, British Columbia, rnd any notice of appeal from such Intended
assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Councll at lcuHt
eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
W.   A.  DUNCAN.
Dated   tbe  *7th  day  of  September,   1911. City   Clerk.
CITY  OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
"Ilrgble    Stret    (roa 'Columbia    to   Carnnrvnn   Street*   Pared   Roadway
Local   Improvement    Debenture   Anne** nent   By-Law,   toil."
Schedule   showing   the   real   property   immediately     benefited     and    the
proportion   In   which   the   assessment    Is  made on  per foot  frontage:
Annual
ink.      Lot Sub. Re-subd Name of Owner Frontage    I'ay't
CIS        1-2 N.E.I    of   N.E.J
3 -aaaa** ������*���*���'
4   ......
5 ������**������ ������������������
a is     i   	
3 N.l ������������<���
4 S.W.I 	
4 N.J ......'
G'
......
Waghorn,   James   K 66ft. $66.02
Majorlbank   Hon.   Coutts 66ft. 66.02
Hankey, G.  Alers 66ft. 66.02
Hankey, G.  Alers 66ft. 66.02
Westminster Trust & Safe
Deposit   Co 66ft. 66.02
Kennedy,    Robert     33ft. 33.01
Shinobu,   C 33ft. 33.01
Howes,   J.  G.   and Hampton,   Robert     33ft. 33.01
Wallace,   James   S 66ft. 66.02
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
"Lorme Street from Colombia to Agar*   Street*   Paved     Roadway    Local
Improvement   Debenture  Aaaeaameut By-Law, 1911-*' '
Schedule  showing  the  real  property immediately benefited and  the proportion in which the assessment is made on per foot frontage:
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-Law assessing the properties In the Schedule above mentioned the sums of money
annually for thirty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for
'he trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment bo 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 tho City Hall,
New Westminster, British Columbia, apy notice of appeal from such Intended
af-sessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Councll at least
eight  daya  prior  to  such Court  of Revision.
Dated  this  27th   day   of  September, 1911.
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
| ' City  Clerk.
Blk.
C.13
Lot
Subd. Re-subd
Name   of   Owner
Sup.
Feet
Court
C.24
3
4
4
5
5
25
House
G
7
8
S.E.i
N.E.i
N.E.J
S.E. 4
Carnegie lib.
Westminster      Trust      &
Safe Deposit Co 693
Kennedy,   Robert        462
Howes,   J.   G.   and   Hampton,   Robert        462
Corbould, Gordon  E 462
Wetheral,   J    462
McQuarrie,     W.     G.     and
Whealler,  AnsDn       462
Trapp,  T.  J    693
Provincial   Government. .2156
Smyth, Robert   1650
Smyth, Robert    1650
B    C.     Permanent     Loan
Co 1650
Diamond, J.  H., Corbould,
G. B. and George, J. K.  1650
City   of   N.   Westminster 7424
Annual
Paym't
$29.91
19.94
19.94
19.94
19.94
19.94
29.91
93.00
71.24
71.24
71.24
71.24
320.6S
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 in the Schedule above mentioned the sums of money
annually for thirty years set opposite each lot, and Court of Revision for
the trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to 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 Munclpal Council at least
eight  days  prior  to sucb court of  Revision.
Dated  this 27th day of September, 1911.
>aBis.M -*..i.'i~, watttaa >,Ui>t.ki��t^it-
..    - *^ JS.I*
W. A.  DUNCAN,
Clty Clerk.
CITY  OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
(���Eighth Street from Royal Avenue to  Sixth     Avenue    Cement     Sidewalk*.
Local   Improvement   Debeature   Aaaeaament Bylaw, 1911."
Schedule showing the  Real  Property immediately    benefited  'and  the    proportion in  which the Assessment ls made on per foot frontage:
Annual
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.      Frontage,    .'.iy't.
19,  20, 21
'.'.".'. .53
.."..'..it
S.5
8.6
54
12
13
.31
32
.33
8.7
..10&23
8
9
10
11
11
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
4
5
6
7
1
6  &  K.
10 of 7
7
10
1&2
N 1-2
Sl-2
N 1-2
8 1-2
N. 56
11
��7
10,  23
13,  14
23, 24
12
24
S.10
VP.
3
I 4
6
S
Sl
1
2
3
N.J
1
2
3
1
2
.   .   .  .
5
7
8
��� .      >
12
10
11
S.10
11
13
16
17
18
1
12
13
14
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
S.l
N.l
City  of  New   Westmlnater    165 ft.
do    165 ft.
Provincial   Government   396 ft.
.Galbraith,   Hugh
(Estate)        66 ft
do       66 ft.
Vass,  Christina,  M 66 ft.
Myers,  Joseph       66 ft.
Gilley,   James   R.
(Estate)       66 ft.
do       66 ft.
Gilley,   Herbert    165 ft.
Duncan, D.  Annie      66 ft.
Johnson, James      66 ft
Johnson,   Thomas      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 ft.
Emerson,   Sadie       66 ft.
Gamon,   John  G    66 ft.
Cunningham,   James   ...165 ft.
Ovens,   Thomas    '..220 rt.
Adams,   Alexander   ... 55 ft.
FlUX,   Louisa       66  ft.
'Freeman,   M.  Eddy 55 ft.
Kimble, Martha M. ..27.50 ft.
Glanvilie, Alfred A...27.50 ft.
Mllberry, Belle C. ...46.75 ft.
Trustees  Free Methodist
Church     46.75 ft.
Brown,    William     46.75 ft.
Fletcher,   Robert  .1.   ..46.75 ft.
Dunn,   C.   C    48  ft.
Gregory,   Anthony        47  ft
Ackley,   Abraham       47  ft.
do     23.5 ft.
Nelson,   I'eri    23.5  ft.
do        47  ft.
Gilley, Fanny  B 47 ft.
flllley,  Emmerson Geo...   47 ft.
Peterson, Etal   66 rt
Archlbold,    Elizabeth   G.  76 ft.
Brown,  Leopold T 66 ft.
Hudson,   Naomi       66 ft.
Brown,  Leopold  T 49.5
do     4��,5
Waters,  Denis   49.6
Bray, D.  P. and Minnie.82.5
Dunn,   C.   C    66
Westminster     TrUBt   &
Safe   Deposit  Co..
Westminster    Trust  &
Safe  Deposit Co 49.6ft.
Chappell,    John        49.5ft.
Chappell.    John        4��.6ft.
Cnappell,   John        49.5ft.
Chappell,   John        49.5ft.
Innes,  Alexander       65   ft.
Wormell,    Nelson    and
Paulina      55
Hudson,   Naomi      65
Gaudin,   Ellia   Jane    55
Gaudin,   Ellsa   Jane    65
Fraser,   Mary        65
Smith, M.   L    69.4ft.
Chapman,   R.   K 69.4ft.
Chapman,   R.   K 59.4ft
Chapman,   R.   K 69.4ft.
Douglas,   Robert   E    59.4ft.
Douglas,    John    P    69.4ft.
Storm,   Edward        59.4
Hardman,   Alfred    ....   59.4ft.
Hardman,   Alfred      69.4ft
Hardman,   Alfred      69.4ft.
Hembrough,   Elisabeth    69.4ft]
Lone,   Robert       59.4ft
Sprott,   Mary   59.4ft!
Sprott,   Mary        29.7ft.
Ackerman, Augusta M. .29.7ft.
Ackerman,   Augusta   M. 69.4ft.
Saunders,   Bdwln        66   ft.
Wilson,   Mary   Jane    56   ft.
Huntley,   Margaret   M..   56
Baker,    Arthur    F... . . .   65
Summers,   William   .'. ..  66
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49.6ft.
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124.35
24.35
58.40
9.73
9.73
9.73
9.7$
9.73
9.73
24.35
9.73
9.73
9.73
9.73
9.7J
9.73
9.7S
9.73
9.73
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9.7$
9.7$
24.35
32.45
8.10
8.10
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4.05
4.05
6.90
6.90
6.90
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7.08
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6.93 .
3 46
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9.92
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7.30
7.20
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7.30
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
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8.75
8.75
8.75
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8.75
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4.37
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8.10
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster intends to pass a Ix>cal Improvement Assessment By-Law assessing the properties In the Schedule above mentioned the sums o f money
annually for twenty years set opposlteeach 1 ot, and Court of Revision for the
trial uf complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will he held on Friday, the 27th day of October, 1911, commencing at 10
o'clock In the forenoon at the Councll Chamber In thc City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and 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 of September, 1911.
"W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Do Not Waste Money
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Save a llttl* systematically, for tt Is tb* stuff tbat ths foundations of wealth and happiness ar* built of.
Money may be urtd In two ways; to spend for what Is
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In the future.  Money cannot be Invested until It Is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 92,000,000.    Columbia, cornor Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager. SATURDAY,  8EPTEMBER   30,   1911.
$4.5Q  Boys'
Suits
We have Boys' Suits for more money and Boys' Suitsfor lessfrioney���
but, when it comes to downright
dyed-in-the-wool all round values
we li'-.e to be sized-up on our $4.50
line.
They're "Style" in the broadest sense of the word; double
breasted with bloomer knickers.
Fine Tweed mixtures in the newest
shades of Green and Olive.
SIZES UP TO SIXTEEN YEARS
JUST THE BIGGEST $4.50
WORTH OF SUIT VALUE
YOU'VE EVER SEEN
Reid & McDonald
601 Columbia street.
"Tte Store of Satistaction"
Notice of Removal
Sutherland & Ardagh
Real Estate Brokers
Beg to announce that they have moved from the
Guichon Block to more commodious premises in
the new Canadian Bank of Commerce.
"TIOINO"
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.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER FOR  MOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now it the time to build for sale or rent while prices ere low
THE DAILY NEWS.
W^ft*
FAtffreevm
New Weatminster ���
SOCIETY |
Mlss Trapp left Wednesday for
Montreal, where she will resume her
studies  at   McGill  University.
��� ���    *
Mrs. II. V. Ardagh gav3 a small
dinner on Wednesday, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair and Mr.
and Mrs. Sutherland.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Scholar who leaves shortly
for the east, was entertained at the
tea hour on Saturday.
��� ���    ���
Miss Gertrude Booth, of Pembroke,
Ontario, arrived in town on Monday,
and is the guest of Mrs. T. J. Armstrong.
��� ���   ��
Dr. and Mr. Jones entertained at
dinner on Wednesday. The guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Russell, Miss
Freese and Mr. Hill.
��� ���   ���
Mlss Marlon Martin entertained
friends from Vancouver on Wednesday. The guests were Mlss Cowdry,
Mr. Hamming and Mr. Anderson.
��� ��   ���
Miss Night will be hostess at a
small work tea on Saturday, given
for Miss Homes and Miss Booth, who
are the guests of Miss Nora Armstrong.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. L. A. Lewis entertained at an
informal dance at her home on Granville street, on Tuesday. The dance
was given for her neices, Misses
Brown and  Miss Trapp.
��� ���    ���
The twentieth anniversary reception held at St. Barnabas, church was
beld alter the service which was
held in the church at 7:30 o'clock.
The rector who has worked very
hari In order to make this occasion
| a  memorable  one  should   feel   flat-
| tered at its success.
��� ���   ���
I Mr. and Mrs. C. Welsh gave a
charming dinner on Friday, It being
their fifteenth  anniversary.      Covers
i were laid for twenty-four guests, relatives of the host and hostess. The
table   was   tastefully   decorated   and
i the guests had a most enjoyable
evening.
1 ���   ���   .
I The local Councli of Women will
again take charge of the tearoom at
the exhibition, and as usual the proceeds go to the Royal Columbian hospital. All who are Interested in this
object will assist materially if they
I will give a cake or assist the ladies
by serving in the tearoom.
Mr. A. G. Rand was the host at a
most enjoyable bridge dinner on
Tuesday evening. Covers were laid
for twelve and the table was tastefully decorated with pink carnations
and green fern. The guests were
Mrs. Carrol (Vancouver), Mr. and
Mrs. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Couthard,
Mr. and Mrs. Ardagh, Miss Martin,
Mlss Marion Martin, Mr. Ward and
Mr. O. E. Martin, who leaves shortly
for the east, and ln whose honor the
dinner was given. ,
��� ���   ���
The Charity Bali which was given
on Wednesday was a decided success
both socially and financially. The
ladies of the different committees
who had it in charge, deserve a great
deal of credit and thanks. Tbe ballroom was beautifully decorated with
autumn leaves, and the stage made
a charming spot for "sitting out.'
The cardroom was quite popular during the early part of the evening.
Miss Philips and Mrs. M. Sinclair
winning the first prizes, and Mrs.
Shadwell the lone hand. Mrs. M.
Sinclair and Mr. A. P. Gant won the
consolation. The guests were received by the president, Miss Wright,
and the second vice-president Mrs.
H. Gordon. Mlss Wright's gown was
old rose with an over-dress of black
net embroiderel In sequins; Mrs.
Gordon wore a handsome dress ot
blue silk; Mrs. MacAllister wore a
beautiful gown of black and white.
Among those noticed were Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Armstrong, Mlss Armstrong,
Miss Morris, Mlss Booth, Mr. and
Mrs. Malins, Mr. and Mrs. Clute, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Corbould, Mr. and Mrs.
G. B. Corbould, Mr. and Mrs. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Ballock. Mr. and
Mrs. Sutherland, Dr. and Mrs. Jones,
Mlss Freese, Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs.
Duhell, Mr. and Mrs Marshall Sinclair, Dr. and Mrs. MacQuarrle, Dr.
and Mrs. Green, Miss Strong. Mrs.
Beatty, Mrs. MacGowan, Dr. and Mrs.
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Eddy, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Grant and many others.
EXTRADITION   WANTED.
Mexicans  Try  to   Get   Rhys   Pryce
From   U.  8.
Los  Angeles,   Sept.   29.���"General"
Caryl Ah Rhys Pryce, former leader
of the Insurrecto force tn Lower Call-
' fornla, wanted by the Mexican government to answer to the charges of
murder, arson and robbery, took the
I witness stand In his own defence at
the extradition hearing before U. S.
Commissioner Van Dyke today.
I He related his experiences In the
Boer war briefly, and told of having
gone from Vancouver to Lower California to join the Mexican revolutionists, believing that he could help
them.
i Before Pryce took the stand, his
advisers tried to Introduce newt despatches to prove that a state of
civil war and later anarchy had existed In Mexico, but the commlsloner
ruled that they were not admlssable
at evidence.
i
COLLIERY   STRIKE
IN   AUSTRALIA
Melbourne, Sept. 29.���The colliery
proprietors of Newcastle and Malt-
land assert that they wlll require a
thousand men to work In the mines
at wages from seven shillings to a
pound per day.
Two thousand minors at Mount Ly-
ell have struck because the non-
unionist employees have not been
dismissed. The works of the company are distributed -over several
states, and there sr*   probably t?n
ROBIH MOD FL
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MOOSE -UUI, SASK
saiaa
Makes lighter,
better flavored and
a more nutritious bread.
and more loaves to the sac!i
than any other flour. ROBIN HOOD
FLOUR is made from the choicest wheat       ^
from the most select farms in Saskatchewan.
A moneybacK guarantee in every sack.
Robin Hood Flour���made in moose jaw
ca
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
FROM VANCOUVER.
FOR VICTORIA.
10:00 a.m Dally, except Tuesday
1:00 p.m  Dally
For Seattle,    i
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
Fer 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 Vancouver 8 a.m. Fridays.
Upper Fraser River Route.
Leave Westminster 8:90 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday, Friday.
Leave   Chilliwack,   7:00   a.m.   Tuesday,  Thursday,  Saturday.
For other sailings and rate* apply
to
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
Q. P. A.. Vancouver
Phone R672.
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc.
619 Hamilton st UNITED BROTHERHOOD
JOB PRINTING
of Every Description.
Ring   Up  Tele.   695.
or call at 609 Victoria   street,   nea
Dally News otlice.
T. CRISPIN
Successor to E. M. Domlny.
DON'T PULL OUT
Tl
A Few Applications of a Simple
Remedy Will Bring Back
the Natural Color,
"Pnll out one gray hair and a dosen
will take its plnce'l is an old saying,
which in, to a great extent, true, if no
steps are taken to atop the rn use. When
gray hairs appear it ia a sign that Nature needs assistance. It is Nature's
call for help. Gray hair, dull, lifeless
hair, or hair that is falling out, is not
necessarily a sign of advancing age, for
there are thousands of elderly people
with perfect heads of hair without a
single streak of gray.
When gray hnlrs come, or when the
hair seems to be lifeless or desd, some
good, reliable hair-restoring treatment
should be resorted to at once. Specialists say that one of the best preparations to use is the old-fashioned "sage
tea" whicn our grandparents used. The
best preparation of this kind Is Wyeth's
Sngi> and Snlphnr Hair Remedy, s pre^
ara tion of domestic snge and sulphur,
scientifically compounded with Ister discovered hair tonics and stimulants, the
whole mixture being carefully balanced
and tested by experts.
Wyeth's Sage and Snlphnr Is clean aad
wholesome nnd perfectly harmless. It
refreshes dry, parched hair, removes
dandruff snd gradually restores faded er
gray hair to its natural color.
This preparation Is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle, snd Is
recommended and sold by all druggists.
as=s=sss=====�����
thousand men out ot work as a result of the action of the union laborers.
The Miners' Union has refused to
countenance the min* wheelers'
strike and the trouble hu ended.
At Sydney yesterday tho white ensign was hoisted to tho Jackataff ot
the destroyers of the Hoot ta tho Australian navy ln tho harbor. An enormous crowd ot spectators witness*
ed the Interesting aad Impressive
ceremony and sainted tho colors.
A mixed train tell ovar a bridge
Tuesday and fell thirty fact into a
creek, and as a result sixteen passengers were inland. ��� Tho carriages
somersaulted and It Is a miracle that
thera wore not any deaths.
OF CARPENTERS
Moot every Monday in Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent of-
flee. Blair's Cigar store. Office phono
L 608, Residence phono 601.
*T
Rooming House
This property is ln a splendid location, being only flve minutes
walk from Columbia street. House 12 rooms, with large attic, which
would make flve extra rooms, lavatory, bath and wash bowl, hot
and cold water, large cement basement, with furnace ready to be
Installed; newly papered and painted, inside and outside; lot 66x132,
cleared and in lawn. Price while it lasts 87000. Terms, $2300 cash,
balance six, twelve and eighteen months at 7 per cent Might arrange better terms.
For further Information apply to
P. PEEBLES
620 COLUMBIA STREET.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tmmmmmm*
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers aad Dealera la All Bads of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,  DOORS,  INTERIOR   FINI8H
TURNED WORK, FISH BOXES    LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    ANO
FANCV GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Teleohone It New Westmlnater B����
1
Excl
usive
Button-Hole
p
rocess
We have a process (all hand work)
known only to ourselves, for making
button holes In collars. A stretching,
breaking button hole destroys the
"lay" of the collar. Our process
prevents this, and our collars retain
their shape. Our material is lawn
bleached. No destructive chemicals
used. \
Look for our trade mark.
M. Joss & Lowenstein
PRAGUE, AUSTRIA.
Canadian Office, 28 Wellington St Weat Toronto.
For Choice Beef, Mutton
Pork or Veal
GOTO
P. BURNS & CO.
I 'Phone 101. 645 Columbia St
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. We have a full line of up-to-
dats toola. Se* ua before you
buy.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
If you are looking for a man
who knows Insurance from
A to Z. That's my business.
This is the only office in town
given up exclusively to the
business of Insurance. You
will be making no mistake to
come here.
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W JM   tfe*t*t
Mob    ��aarat*
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3. Hawtlpme of Com**, wai * visitor tn Wettmlnster yestetdaji
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(Bests may now be secured tor the
1 Scotch concert. October 4, at Mac-
|K��nzle's drug store. *���
M.  L. Rogers of  Coghlan, was tn
| the   city   yesterday   on   a   business'
ltrlp.
John Oliver came up to the city
I yesterday from his home In Delta,
faking the run with bis new auto.
Social dances will be given October 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 ln Eagles ball.
Ostrum's orchestra. ������
Councillor Paul Swenson of Delta
municipality, came up from his home
at i Westham Island yesterday.
I .;*  t   * ������
The trio "Willie Brew'd a Peck
o' Maut," will be rendered at Scotch
concert, October 4. **
The provincial tax commission
holds a session In tbis city ou Monday.
Mrs. E. M. Domlny. who is retiring from business, wishes to thank
her many friends In the city and
district for their very kind patronage during the time she waa proprietor of the Arrow Press Job printing
office. **
The funeral of Mrs. Suphramlc
Boileau, of Fraser Mills, took place
yesterday morning at tbe Roman
Catholic cemetery.
Mrs. J. R. Sharpe, of Vancouver,
who has been the guest of Mrs. J. E.
Insley, returned to her bome yesterday.
sltates 25c.
tbat th* foi
iooday evening at
Ladles   free,   gents
rink
��ght
toe;
Take tbe steamer Transfer for a
round trip Saturday afternoon. Leaves
Blackman-Ker wharf at 2 o'clock. **
Thomas Breadley of Halls Prairie,
and K. Mclver of Langley, were
guests in the city yesterday.
WANTED���THE RESIDENTS OF
New Weatmlnster and Sapperton to
know that I am now operating tbe
only pasteurized bottled milk plant
in the city, and will be pleased to
deliver to any part of the city and
Sapperton, nine quarts for $1.00.
Phone your order to R873, or write
the Glen Tana Dairy, Queensborough, Lulu Island.
Alfred W. McLeod
JssS
^riNSURANGL
657 Columbia St.,
MAND
ering in
Saturday Shoppers
Values to 35c, 2 Pairs for 25c
Here is one of the greatest values you have ever been offered ln Hose.   They are ln Women's Fin
Cotton and Lisle Hose.   In plain or lace ankles.   In shades of hello, green, white and   tan.    Also   fancy
check and polka dot effects.    All sizes.   Don't forget to be here early fof a share. V,\
Greatest Hose Bargains t
Values Regular to 35c; Saturday Bargain, 20c Per Pair.
The  lot  consists  of  Women's Plain Black Cashmere, Boys' and Girls' Fine Ribbed Cotton, Women's In
black  only;   others  ln  tans  or black;  all sizes.    These are values well worth In the regular way from
30c to 35c pair.   We bought a big lot at a snap figure and give you the benefit of the buy.   Don't mlss
having a share at, per pair 20c
:
Nine only
size 72x78
here   early
Save on Comforters by Buying Saturday
Values to $4JS;  Saturday Bargain $3.00 Each.
Comforters;   fine fleece cotton filled;  with nice grade of  cover;   in  medium   light   shades;
inches.    If comforters are on your fall list now Is the time to save a little money.    Get
for   choice,   as   the number is very limited.   The values, we are sure, will please
*., *. l-
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Girl   pipers  and  champion
at Scotch concert October 4.
dancers
�����
Phone  62.
New  Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1882.
Now Is Hie Time
TO BUY
M Water Mes!
We have a Big Stock and
guarantee every one to give
satisfaction or your money
refunded.
Prices from One Dollar
and Fifty Cents.
SEE SHOW WINDOW
Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
Evangelist J. H. Flower will lecture
to the young men of the city In the
Free Methodist church.
Dr. and Mrs. Hopkins of Los Angeles, California, are visiting in the
city and are at present the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Bilodeau, Carnarvon  street.
Crowds were turned away from
the Scotch concert last year. Secure
your tickets early and avoid being
disappointed. **
Excavation has begun for the new I
Royal theatre building to be erect-
ed on the site now occupied by H.
Morey's book store. The work is he-
lng commenced on the Clarkson
Btreet end ot the lot. \
In the county court yesterday |
. morning only one caBe was xlealt
'[ with, that being the suit of Faulkner
vs. Uunberg. Judgment waa Riven
tor the plaintiff to the amount of J5
anil costs to he lixed hy the registrar of the court.
Bl
ATTRACTIVE  PRICES  FOR SATURDAY BUYERS
IN THE  STAPLE 8ECTION.
Sheet  Values.
up  lately in  England.
Specially  Good
This   lot   our buyer  picked
They were classed as maker's seconds, that
means a spot of oil, a dropped thread, or some
slight imperfection. We have classed them in two
lots and clearing them out at a big saving Saturday.
LOT ONE.���8 4 size heavy twilled and fancy
.thread sheets; full bleached; extra good quality
and weight; worth regular $3. Saturday bargain,
per pair $2.00
LOT TWO ��� Superler flne cotton sheet in plalr
and twills; extra large size, 2%x3 yards; worth
regular   $4.00.    Saturday bargains, pair  $3.00
Towels���Extra   Good   Bargains.
Brown    Turkish Towels;   size 18x40 in.;  with  red
.stripes;   nice weight;   regular  35c.   Saturday   bargain, pair 25c
FLANNELETTE REMARKABLY GOOD VALUES.
Regular 20c; Saturday Bargain 15c.
Here is offered one of the best wearing flannelettes possible to buy; come in a pleasing showing
of stripes, pinks, blues and fawns, etc.; widths
34 to 3G Inches; just what you'll need for winter
wear.
Curtis Drug Store
For
/��� ���
PHOTO  GOOD8
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
Phone 43: L. D. 71;
Res. 72.
New    Westminster,
B.  C.
1     J. NEWSOME & SONS
^      Painters, Paperhangers
. '���-. and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 667
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
WM
f
The Dr. Scroll's
FOOT - EAZER
Corrects fallen arches, sustains weak Insteps, relieves
corns, bunions, callouses and
all  foot  afflictions.      Also
BUNION-RIGHT
A practical invention that instantly and permanently rights
bunion troubles.
SEE OUR WINDOW.
Mill's DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia SL
New Weetmlneter. B.C.
This afternoon the B. C. Golf club
members of fourteen will contest an
members to the number of fourteen
will contest an eighteen hole series
of games against the Jericho players
on the links at Point Grey. The
matches are due to commence at one
o'clock.
Mr. Holroyd Paull, the famous
Scotch violinist, has been specially
secured for the Scotch concert.    **
The arbitration case between the
Dominion Glst/ed Cement Flpe Co.,
Ltd., of Vancouver, and the Canadian
Northern Railway company, has
been adjourned until next Wednesday in order to secure the evidence
of one of the chief witnesses. Corbould and Grant, of this city, are for
the railway company, and Mr. Taylor, of Vancouver, for the Pipe company.
One of    the    periodical    sales    of j
articles  elezed   for  customs    charges I
took   place   yesterday   afternoon     In |
the vacant lot alongside the customs
office.      Auctioneer      T.    J.    Trapp!
wielded the hammer, anl disposed of
the varied    lot of    chattels,    Patent J
medicines formed a large rart. 0f thr> I
list, and   the  sale  of  them   provided
much  amusement to those  who attended the auction.
Uurnaby Local No. <14, the Socialist
Party of Canada, held a meeting ut
the home of Mrs. Yaeger, Edmonds
road, on Wednesday evening, the
UStli Inst. A good attendance of the
comrades was present. The next
meeting which will he a propaganda
meeting, wlll be held at thc hoiiHe of
Mrs. Yeadon. Sixth avenue, Burnaby,
on Thursday, October 5. W. Dingle.
secretary.
In anticipation of the large crowds
expected to altend the Minto cup
lacrosse game being played at Hee-
rent ion park. Yancouver, on Saturday, September 80, between tho
Tecumsehs. of Toronto, champions
of tho N, L. D., aud the Vancouver
lacrosse team, champions of the
worl", the B. C, Klectric Railway
company are making extensive pre
parations to handle the crowd. Special service will commence at 12:;:o.
und cars will leave every fifteen
minutes for Vancouver, from the de
pol, Kighth and Columbia streets,
The game has heen called for 2:3(). *
Opens ! Opens ! Opens I The
Pythian roller rink will open on Moie
day evening at eight o'clock. Ad-
mission! Ladies free, gents IOC:
skates 25c. **
Anyone who wlll 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 he has ine
living form before him which requires Us own particular considerations to be properly draped. llDomlr     AT     RfflflflfTPSIl
You will acknowledge my asser-     DailK     OI     WlUUUCttl
tlons to be facts if you bring them    1 ESTABLISHED 1817.
to tbe test with me. ! CAPITAL       ���li,*S2'222'S2
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches tbrougnout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ami In London, Eng
hud, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
D.8.A., and Mexico City. A general
basking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
aud interest allowei at 3 per cent, pei
annum  (present rate).
Tetal   Assets over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Interesting   Blanket Bargains Offered Saturday.
11 4 size;  heavy
soft   finish;   with
like a flne wool;
per  pair   	
wool   nap   cotton    blanket;   nice
border  and  whipped   ends.   Just
regular $3.25. Saturday    bargain.
 $2.25
10 4 size; white and grey cotton blankets; extra
soft finish; with blue or pink border; regular
$1.50.    Saturday bargain, per pair   $1.00
Embroideries Reduced.
About 1000 yards of flne lawn and cambric embroideries to march out Saturday, 3 yards for 25c.
These are values ranging from 12% to 20c; both
edgings and insertions ln the lot Saturday bargain,   3   yards for  25c
Cot   Comforters   Marked   for   Speedy
Clearance���75c   Each.
Comforters:     size   44x56  Inches;   mostly   in    light
.shades;   values worth    $1.25.    Saturday    bargain,
each 75s
Underwear���A Timely Offer.
Women's   flne ribbed vests; in shades of natural or
white;   open front;    lace    trimmed;    drawers    to
match;   ankle length;   ln   both  styles;   regular   to
60c.   Saturday bargains 40c
Collars���A Big Special.
��� Women's   ftincy   embroidered   collars;    laundered:
all   sizes;   regular  25c  and  35c.  Saturday   bargain,
each 15c
Hand   Bags���Low  Price.
Women's   imitation seal hand bags;  moreen line 1:
regular   $1.75.    Saturday bargain, each    $1.25
Gloves ���Tremendous Reductions���15c Per Pair.
Women's lisle and lace gloves: In shades of
brown   and   black;   regular 50c  values, for    15c
GALVIN
LADIES AND MEN'S
TAILOR
46 Lorne Street, New Westminster.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY NEW8.
Improved
Ranch
(808)���Thirty-five and onohalf acres 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 barn and a poultry house. Pure spring
water piped to buildings. The soil ls a very rich loam and is particularly suited to gardening and fruit growing.
This place has sufficient cleared land to give   anyone    a   good
vegetables and poultry would
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster 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. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9 a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and
6:10 p.m.
EXCURSION TO
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers reduced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on its Fraser Valley
lice.
Tickets will he on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE  YOUR   PLANS  TO
TAKE   THIS   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
*******************************
I Safety Razors
Gillette,  Autostrap,
Claus,      Ever-Ready
Also Boker Razors in several styles.
    AT	
Ij Ryall s Drug Store j!
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
���PHONE 67 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN TORIC  BIFOCALS.
start and out of the profits of fruit
*.\
pay for Itself in a few yeara.
Public school only half a mile; B. C
miles.
I
Electric line two and a ha'.f
$2500 Cash
First payment will secure this, balance to arrange,
lars as to price and loeatien see
For full partlcu-
Establlshed   1801,   Incorporated   1905.
f.l HartS Co, Ltd.
New Westminster
Head Office, New Westminster.      Branches at Vancouver
Chilliwack and Aldergrove, B.C.
Victoria,
E. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.
N. BEARDSLEE,
Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Trees.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
���=   LUMBER CO, LTD.   =====
Manufacture!* end Wholesals Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 end 877. Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc.
W. R. OILLEY, Phons 128. G. E. GILLEY, Phons 291.
,   ��� Phones, Office 16 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRU8HED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
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