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INSURANCE
���,HITE. SHILES & CO.
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LITE
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SKiLES & CO.
1
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
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O,  SATO RDAY MORNING.
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fii EXHIBITS
BEGIN 10 ARRIVE
L.   Start  Mi ���    With
Ine Arts S    on.
���
.    ibltion
'   Btaff'
pre-
week.
���      \ di onton-
( .  arrived  on
Will        he     111
ti.   salmon
' An, and  Comox
|iavP' ai     ��� p    foi   arrange-
fu)  fingers  of  those
NEW STUMER Will. SM0KE1 | tING
BE READ. SU ,
PROMiNENr LIBERALS
Prince   Royal   Will   Start   on   Run
River About  Middle of Next
Month.
Up
Thri ,   . theLegis-
.  ihe City
CA-INlI \
PIANS
ii lng :��� ��� s-
irrlval  of
outside
1
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I ���
-    ���
I*'   	
IcsiWi- fi
Surrey is Confident
ive 1 '' ��� '
Woi k ,s now  le li     pushed i apidlj
.     id on thi     ' ��� Pi ���    ���     toyi
and   ii   is  expecte I   thai   she   will  bi
read;   in take the uj,ii\i r run I
middle ol the coming month.
The  ioiii  is  now    practically
pi, ti. tiv    cai penten     beii
present time engagi ���! upon I he *
house ;mJ  upper    works       it   h   i
pi   ted thai it  will  be readj   to
the wale,- bj the end ol October. The
machinery,   which    is   being      turned
.
.
'
'
���
'    0 ol
of thi    Liberal
Prellmi] ary 1'     .      to Be
Drafted   al  the  Mei
."  lay.
DEBENTURE ISSUE WILL     TRADLS COUNCIL
BE SOLD SHORTLY!      AND 0RGANIZATiU_
Tenders Must Be  In By Friday���Speculation  Upon  Price Which They
Will  Realize.
Ottawa. Oct.  8.���
sv ti
-lis
I
BSiOD : .
.   t    I
B
davs   meeting   1 I
ni   of  Sir   Frederick   Borden
out   bv   lhe  Schaake  Machine  Works,  partJ^^^MU-gislature,  Stuart   HonL_____^________^^^^^^^_
Ib also approaching completion, and il  dorfon    anr1    ���1"1"'    Oliver,  togethei   nnd Hon. 1.. P. Brodeur from London,
says 'lii-
is going    to win  the
year,    an.l from
. arrived   it   is cer-
.   .,   loi   In do
Is expected  thai   ir   will  be read
he placed  in  position    at   abo n
time   thai   the   vessel   ip ..
pleted.
Were ii  not for the boili    thi   vessel   might   he ready   to   lake   t!,,
hy   lhe   closi    of   Ihe   present    month.
The  boher, however, is being  manu-
factun .I   in  il,.   east,  and  Is n< I
;...-, ,i  t,,  reach  rhe citj   befon   tin
��� 11 md week in November.     Oi
is   in   hand,  all will he ready   for   tl-1
opei   ' ion of iln- new \ essel,
Tin- Roj  I city  Navigation <",,. by
whom the Prince Royal is helng
is ai presenl operating the strati
on the upriver run. hut when the new
boat   is  complete    sne  will    take  thl
Strathcona's  place.
LIVE STOCK COMES
FOR BIG EXHIBITION
ly exliiti
| s. ll. Law-
. f the Salmon
| fruit will fig-
\._. ilarly apples. Arm-
apples   tn  a
. '.   irly  all  these  dis-
ti   for the agri-
evening.
ling    will be a
i ;��� Is in be no-
I   the   various
ntatlves   of  differ-
lompanii mg   picked  up a
l- al  tin- a.  Y.  P.
(ition.
Another  Dining   Room.
ie historical exhibit, and lhe fine I
section, abo il   which  there  has j
outside   the influ-
of the board of control, are at
h taking        ;      and a start  was
'���vtii     the   arrange-.
K of res by  members of i    The  steamer   Strathcona  had  a  ca
trltls i  Society of Arts,   paciiy  load when  she arrived in  port
this    ��� tlon  of    the  industrial  yesterday.  t_e    cargo    being   largely
ling wil! be placed a dining-room  composed ot exhibits lor the fair.
lied by tin    ladles   of   the  mix-1    On   the   lower   deck   she   carried   a
Columbian hospl- large part of the live stock which will
which wiii    i il  .-nu.    -It  win be  be exhibit?, hy A. C. Wells, the w-ell
{���rge of a committee.      The mix-  known     Chilliwack    breeder.        This
���will ulsn  have   control   of  the  consisted    of      twenty-two    Ayrshire
cows, for which Mr. Wells' farm is
famous, together with a large herd of
swine, and a number of sheep.
The  Strathcona  also  brought
the   Mission    distrlcl     exhibit
large  part  of  the exhibit   from
ley.      Tbe  remainder    of    this
display   will   follow   tomorrow.
with  one of their ablest lieutenants,
('. W. Mm
���
oui tl nd their views will
. i   . .I    w ith   ei
SOI lrom
Vane   iver         ex]        ;.  Including  J.
11    S< nkler,    K.  C      Eitln       l;
Jardine or a. E  Ki lllngton, presi
of  tin    1..: ui.   will
Sl    klni   will  he  I I   and
oi   I ���   tra will he on hand to
;.l ^^^^^^
;       meet        ��III  t>.   called  to or
I ok.
al
full ai;, ndance
���
of minlsti is
like
,     '
an
To   Draft   First   Program.
In  a   v ie :.,l   Waj .  it   ll);,.>
ihai  ihe comii Ion will s,,
���  Iminai j      steps    ink, n    foi    the
i nt  of    a  p ���
na\y,    il,-    flrsl    proj i   b
o ���    sevei al j eai -   and lni la,ling the
��� uction  of    pi rl,ai's  tweli,���  wai
\. s-. is. embracing two v three cruie
near fi
tin    1, ndi rs    oi,   tl
i arc . tuthorlzed    on Am usi   25,
ini, ri si  is 1" mg shovi ii        the bri
a Hi
.:, i   ii   p. Latham   ii   rei
. ���-   ol   vn i
In thi   easi
Tl,, to I"   sold  i     .    'i
as  againsl   $11 old    abou    this
i i,      thi 'i
pd 101-11, whii on  the
pi ofll above i
Whetlu i   thi   san i   wlll  occur  this
yeai Is uncei tain, a      ���   ��� -   e- nol so
even as It was    t    ee months
and the rate of discount Is risin
Tiv   last   hour   foi    receir bids   's
;  | m   on  Friday next,
Excellent Speech on Labor
Topics By C. 0. Young, of
American Federation.
Longdistance   Wireless    Message.
linn,,lain. Oct.  8.���The army transport   Buford, which arrive,I  from  Ma-
yesterday,  rep,urs  thai   win  ���   -
ni
Steamer   Strathcona   Brought   Down
Fine  Lot of  Pure  Bred  Animals
Yesterday.
,.   ,ers of the Bristol class, torpedo boatf
Provision wil] also bi   madi   foi  tin
training of thi   mi n  to n in  I  i   n< ��
heals     1 his    hv,        ,   ,]        " .'       thl     as
of    the    British    admiralty
'i  ��� i      thi   lending ol training ships
:.,i    fleers
It   Is  understood  that  arrangements
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  are   In ing   made   for   ,,ne   el   the   ohh r
communication  was  estal Ish d   with types    ol     B Itish    cruisers    to    bi
the Pacific coasl toui days before ripe brought to thi   I ..���  fii   coasl  to nerve
vessel  made this pen.      This  means the dual purposed a I
thai    messages     were    Interchanged tlon cruiser and  a  training       Ip.    A
over a distance of 3300  miles       The simihii- cruiser to Berve the same pur-
Buford is supposed to hav   the most ,,osr may be obtained foi the Atlantic
powerful wireless equipment afloat in coasi.
the  Pacific ..can. Establish  Plants.
Tin     government   contemplates    a
Obtained Concessions in  Rates.        provision   for     the    establishment   i I
Cincinnati.    Oct.    8.���The    federal Canadian shipbuilding plants mid dry
grand jurj    returned    ln the United docks capable   of   handling the con
Stales distrlcl  court  yesterday an in-  structlon  or  repair of all  vessels  re
dlctment   againsl   the   Luke  shore   _ |ql_red for lhe fleet, as well us oceam
To  At _nd  Service.
The ci ubin '1   Epworth  li ai u s of
\, ,\   Westminster have    chai ten I a
ecml cai   fo   the purpose ol attending the lug  Epvorth Leagui   i
Ion to be held on  Mondaj   in
ni Methodlsi church. Vancou-
The car will leave this citj al
6:55 in the evening, Rev. J. A
Boyl traveling secretary for the
li a n p" Bi Itish Columbia, Saskat-
chi wan, and Albei ta, will address thi
cm entlon.
.11.1. PREPARE PLAN OF
CRICKET PITCH ON SOUAHE
Michigan Southern Rallwaj  company
on the charge of violating the interstate commerce law by obtaining concessions in rates on the shipment of
railroad tics from a point in Tennessee to Chicago.
going vessels for the Canadian marine. This is an impoi anl pari of
the whole scheme, and u deputation
representing British capitalists will
be in the capital soon to discuss the
question with the government,
BOOZE   MAKES   TROUBLE.
TRADER   BRINGS   tXHIBITS
Cricket    Club     Hears     Report    From
Committee���When Scheme  is
Completed.   Meet   Again.
rtunent room In the Women's
Y '  thi   hi.-al  council
_
p * much     fresh   doing
ihe bi    . buildings, the rush
mot taking place for a couple of
If the weather clears  up lt
I mean mai j prize animals coining
k (air. which have been entered.
ma; not bi seni by the breeders
iv eet frightened of a wet week.
down
md a p0uce
Lang-
latter
Drunks Were  the  Whole  Show at the   Animals
Police  Court  Yesterday.
Captain  Plttendrlgh presided
Her
court   yesterday  and
a persistent
JNCT0N   PREACHER
MYSTERIOUSLY   DISAPPEARS
Iloncton. N ;; Ocl 8.���The myster-
- : ��� ; ;��� bi tween Oakville
' '������' Isi ��� Moncton, of Rev.
Gordon Wurman, son of W. A.
tman of the 1 C.R., this city, is
erted.
Bit had been preaching on circuit at
fWlle, and     - Ined a week's leave
���  to Moncton to visits parents, with whom he    lives
phis two-yi ir-old daughter.   Since
D '"' has : ol   been  heard Of, and
parents an   very  much   worried,
lephoni   i ii  6ages
I���. have laid
���He is abo
Hill-Graham.
The marriage was celebrated in
Vancouver, at tlie residence of Dr.
G. W. Bogus, recently, of Arthur Hill,
formerly of this city, and Miss Marion It. Graham, eldest daughter of the
late Hugh Graham, Netherby, Huntingdon, Que. The ceremony was
very quiet, being only attended by
tlie relatives and near friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Hill. Rev. Dr. Perry officiated. Mr. and Mis. Hill will
take up tbelr residence at H'>~- Parker   street.   Grandview.   Vancouver.
the
all    over
ao result.
_   , years ot age and re-
rm ��al ... Labrador mis-
t  ..      U;p-   tnarrli '.   three  years
po, nts wife dying about a year ago.
County Court.
In county court chambers yesterday
Judge Howay heard two applications.
One was for the lixing of the date of
trial of the case Leitch vs. Harrison
Shingle Company, 3 R, 'Irani applying on behalf of the plaintiff,
trial  w
it the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ handed I
out bard to a persistent drunkard
The man had heen before the com t
on several occasions, and bad served
a short term In gaol to allow- the effects to wear off. When he again
appealed yesterday the magistrate
wasted few words over hlm, and he
went hack to the gaol for three more
months, on a vagrancy charge. Another of the vagrant variety, of a
Journalistic turn of mind, was permuted two hours to lilt the ties for
elsewhere and an Intimation was given thai I," he returned on a future
occasion his reception would he more
warm than hospitable, Three common drunks were assessed the usual
fine.
Two drunkards were brought to tin-
lockup during the day and await trial
tills morning, with the option of forfeiting the five dollars bail which
each put up to acquire liberty.
IXe.
British Horses
for New York.
8.���A   cablegram
1        111	
*j��' '���   Beresford   Of     the
l(Y In England, was re-
���.'" :' " 'i Vanderbilt, pres-
0'  "' ' ; Horse Show as-
thai   several   of
...... bl tllllitarj   riders
etl,CI'  {' Show    In'he   held
irdi ii  trom  No-
the
nffi     K'' ^OW
21, at 11
an order
shire vs.
gation.
   The
set for Thursday, October
a.m. Mr. Ellli applied loi
nisi iu the case of York-
Thomson, old : landing lili-
The order was granted.
OLD   I.O.O.F.
Aid.
BLOCK   BONDED.
|n Madison
���    ���   ���
|�� tin
,|
flrst time
thai   Brit
Cutter
rs foi' Japanese Smugglers.
fttK    �� ' i officer.
be Tut.."8 ���    thai the reve-
t<   ���,'.;.    . i  ... the station
- . ti  e powerboats
and for, cruising radius
tatheJt �� offlciala :",' constantly
Bnuggling '  ":" Poaching and
����'n.,|   ,,', , '    thirty    Japanese
equipped wit. "!iS   lmv'' been
in the I,-,        """'in" engines With-
Lis!    t,.'A
ltonis,,(ii'"1 "'"���  n   athS
and  the  ens-
to keep close
Adams  Gives   Option  on  Columbia   Street   Property.
Another Columbia street propertj
has heen optioned, the old Odd Pel-
lows block being so bonded from Al
deinian George Adams through Diamond & Cm hould. The parties interested an- not stated.
This   hlock   was   recent ly   purchasea
by Mr. Adams, whose sioie is lherein
from the previous proprietors, an
vestment    company.     Tin-    Odd
lows   had  some  trouble  years  ago
financing   their  own   block,    and
fire did not  help them.      ll  is
stood the company who obtained control made an arrangement to continue
the order there, which was done m
they    built    themselves    tin- present
handsome    block    on  the    corner
Eighth and Carnarvon  streets.
New  Survey.
Notice is given ill the currenl issue
of tiie b. C. Gazette to the effect thai
the following tract of timber situated
in New West minster district has been
surveyed; Loi 2522, I. R Johnson
ami A. P. Fisher, T. I, 41,970;
2526, Charles A. Lllli sburg,
39,612.
The plans may he seen at Hi
partmenl of lands. Victoria, the offlci
of .1. it. skinner. Vancouver, and tin
ollice of the governmenl agent of thli
city.
and     Airships     Formed
Cargo  Yesterday.
The trader yesterday on her arrival
in port unloaded a varied cargo of exhibits for    the    provincial exhibition,
gatl ed together at  Victoria,  where
most   of  them   have    been  exhibited.
The hold was filled wiih animals, cat-
He, horses, sheep and pigs.      On  the
deck were the hulls of two launches. |
These wiii he exniblted by
ton Electi ic Co . ni Victoria.
a  thirty-fool   power  launch,
fine   lines,   and   designed   lo
knots with a  16 horsepower
The other is a  pleasure   launch  sixteen feet  iii length and built  for comfort ns well as moderate speed.     On
the  upper deck  of    ihe    steamer  a
strange framework attracted some attention.     This wa:  tne frame of the
Stroebel     airship,     which     has   been
dying  at   the    Alaska     Yupon   Pacific
exposition,   and   will   be   shown   here.
The airship is of the dirigible balloon I-ttsluirg
type, ascending  hy  means of an  elon- j Detroit   .
gated   gas  hag.  driven   by  a  motor.
In accordance wiih the wish of the
ciiy council, at a uniting of the
Westminster Crlckel Club held yes-
terday ii was decidi .1 to draw mi a
plan of tiie proposed improvements at
Moody square wiih a view to establish a recreation ground on proper
lines for the summer sports, and a
committee consisting ol it J, Hickman. T. Gifford. M P P .1 11 Vidal.
J. ll. Diamond mid T. D Sherriff, was
appointed (o draw up a plan showing
the work proposed to i,, done to accommodate the cricket, tennis, and
bowling clubs and repon to a future
meeting  for  approval
R. .1.  Rlckman occupied thi   chair,
and    reported    for    the    committee,
which Interviewed the city council on
Monday.     He    mentioned    tnat   the
the Hin- council   wanted   n   plan   showing   the
One  la  Position   p'l   the   cluh   house,   and   the
built on kind of fence and its situation J;ug-
'gested hy the members. They also
desired to know Ihe cosl of laying out
the ground foi the purposes required.
The committee appointed will meet
at Moody square for the purposes of
examining the situation.
make   21
engine.
PITTSBURG WINS FIRST
GAME  IN  GRAND  SERIES
R.
.il ii ii 1 -J 1 ll il i'.i u n n ii (i a n 0-
���Plttsburg,    Adams
At   ihe  monthlj     ve.
Trades &   Labo    i     incil lasi  e\ ���
��� ieresiiiig add i was given hy
C ii Vouni orga i of the American i   di i piiiiui ol l.i.iii.p   ..,, prob
connei I ���! win,    the    i i ��� Ization of
Industi Ial    woi ki the
-i . continent.     The   meeting
had    ���    i   thrown   open   to   all
men,  and   those  attending   hea ���
insn      speech    which  al   ;.   i
q K nee,     and      through,ml
wv-  :      I  by good Judgment, and
en si
Labor   Must   Be   United.
0�� lng to a call  to Montana he imi
mail d    e wi ,id   be   unable  to   make
thai  p.,       .   anci   with  the lo, al  situation   whieh   li,    had   hoped        Hew-
ever hi   had been .... tin   Pai iii,  coasl
i-iiu.     v ���       a id    laboi    conditions
throughout  the world  wen   universal
and knew   no flag oi   country.      lhv
ing pointi ,1  out     ow    . vei ythlng  In
the world  had bi i n achli ved by organization, hi   a   , ,i thi   n. cessitj  of
labor standing  toi i ther In  the fight.
The trades unionist   movement   Btood
l"i    Letter     conditions,     and   the   lil st
ihing ii sought was .. maki the man
���i gei'd citizen ol the counl i j In
which he lived.
Inconsistency of Union Mei.
11;, v ing pointed OUl thai lhe possession of a union curd did not repreBenl
everything, and that the man musl
be a good workman, he passed on to
point out that the day of strikes had
gone, and it had become necessary to
arrange       matters     hy      conciliatory
i met hods.
The  trades    unionist     was   himseir
'often one of the greatest offenders
against unionism. How many of
them examined their clothes to see
if they bore the union label, or their
tobacco (o see if it was put up under
union  conditions?      Giving  a  word  of
'caution again Bl the expectation of
petting a greai deal all al once, he
pointed oui that human progress was
slow, and  they  musl   move slowly.
The speak?- discussed shorter
hours, and the Improvement of wages.
and  declared   that     if    the   American
iFederation of Labor hud doubled the
number of men. it  could do twice the
amouni of useful work organizing
In concluding he expressed Hie hope
thai the local unions would support
tlie Westminster Trades Council, and
show interest In the central body of
Hie (own when, they earned their
living.
Council Business
The council held a brief session
after Mr, Young had delivered his address. The United Hal Workers of
America sought the assistance of the
Council to induce union men to buy
onh I'roni (he manufacturers who had
disowned the association of manufacturers, and were again allowing the
union label in the hats. The council
appointed a committee to wait on ihe
merchants in town, ami draw their
al lent ion to this Btate of things. The
committee named was R. A. Btoney
11 K l(secretary), D. Rogers and W. Dodd.
I 5 <i,The ball committee reported through
I il ;t 11. Knutsen that arrangements were
and in progress for the ball next    Tlmrs-
Lot
r. i.
e  de-
Owner Turns Up.
Freeman Steves. a well known
Oldtlmer of the Fraser Valley, has
come forward as lhe owner of the
horse and buggy which wei,, found
by James Montgomery of this city,
standing apparently unknown mil nn
cared   tor   on     the   Yale    road,   some
Bat t erl es-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Gibson;   Detroit,   Mulling and  Smith.   Iday,       The     secretary     declined   the
Pittsburg, Oei. 8.���-The Pittsburg, suggestion of a salary, hut received
champions of the National league, de- authority to appoint a janitor for the
teated Detroit, the American league custody of the hall, and T. Turnbull
pennant winners, in the opening ireported on lhe deputation which
game  for   the   world's    championship j waited on  the    forestry    commission.
series here on  Forbes
the  score  of  e  to  I.
fielding,   coupled   with
field   today  bylManj   other   mailers   of     detail   were
Detroit's  poor 'considered.
timely   hitting j
by   Wagner.    G'ison   and   Clarke,
days ago.      The horse. Which was lost lc0unted��lor' Plltshurg's victory
sight of for sunn
having   wande
days, has turned up
to  tlie  tarm   of  a
Surrey
for  ll
owner
farmer
pending
who has been
the appearance
caring
oi'  an
i ii-
'el-
in
the
under-
Concert Tonight.
The congregation   of   tin
Lutheran   church   will
in  ll id  I. O. (I.  F.
this  evening.       Miss
tie, a well  known
Swedish
hold a concert
lull at 8 o'clock
is Bdgren of Beal
singer, win contri
bute to the program.
of
A
day
AntiTuberculosis Society
i',';";"^ ot heiper
fa* fig?wlth tu" ai,,i-t"-
����� "-ft trade
a8a[6e urgently
City
in
assist,ints
attend
complete
"""'sdiiv
for   the   tag
has   been called
at 3 o'clock In the
meeting  takes  place
room, and  all
requested   to
Didn't Tell  It Square.
Pittsburg,   Pa.,   Oct.   8.���Ed.
Papke,
Illinois
brother  ot   Billy   Papke,  the
Thunderbolt," sprung some knn. o   ���
bolt himself in a local theatre, wmen
Call For Aid.
Owing to delay lu transmission, a
telegram asking for assistance for
the orphans and widows of the victims of the mine disaster at Extension did not reach Mayor Keary .till
yesterday, and he at
pressing sympathy,
diate help was
it should take
reply a.'ion
Vancouver
from
committee
MTangements
wish  to
or
next
once   wired  ex-
asking  if  Imme-
needed. and what form
On  the receipt  of a
will   be   taken.       While
had   a  balance     left   over
the  Fernie  fund  raised  In
gust,  10OS.  there was nothing In
dry for immediate application in such
cases.
Olheiser���Deyette.
The marriage took place yesterday
afternoon   at    the   Queen's   Avenue
Methodist parsonage of Mr. Frank
Olheiser and Mis Marie Deyette, both
of this city. Rev, C. w Brown performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs
Olheiser have taken up their residence on Brunette street, Bapperton.
on buses In the
n possible tyi'ifc
Au-
tbiR
Will
In  addition
the Women's building
Auxiliary
Serve   Meals.
to  their  tea rooms
th
0��|
Called Off.
exhibition next
of
drill
week,
the
Drills
.V" '
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v ="W.,MS
fi     :Yr"'��'��
"**�� has"._.!ompany of the Boys'
Instru.-Hon
ls showing    the    pictures of
light with Stanley Ketchel.
The  lecturer,   describing  the  nt-n1;
had  reached    that    point    wnerei "
called   attention     to     the    fact _���;���'
Papke  was    knocked    to    his Kn!;"'
Billy's   big  brother   was  on   l��ai'J 	
instantly, demanding of the^urer jpg ^^ the IndU9t.rla, build;
ling at the Fair at
 ���
^^^^^^     the Women's
of    the Royal    Columbian
will conduct lunch  rooms
in
Much Interest in Big Bout.
San Francisco, Od. R.���The delay of the Ketebel-.Iohnson fight until October HI together with reports
of Kelcliel's condition materially affected the belting bere on the fight
,A week ago Ketchel waa considered
'only a 1 to 5 chance, but now bets nre
|being recorded in which his supporters are compelled to give li to 10.
Not a great amount of money has appeared here yet on the event but
there ts a very large sum ready to be
wagered when that definite news
comes from the const. The east apparently Is more interested in this
fight than ln any other for a long
time, and lt is probable ihat it will
be overshadowed only by the Jeffries-
Johnson  fight.
why he did not tell the
that  Papke slipped. .  . iH  _
Papke waited until the exhibition
was over and went after the man.^'
with blood In his eye. Fnends "
vented a mix-up. While Papke w.-18
arguing with tbe lecturer d_ri_
performance,    the    spectators ,���������lrftte
sides and    helped    along the exciti  |municate
ment.
the
took
which  meals vill
���e served from 12 until .. and fromi 6
>ach day of the exhibition. All
in    these    rooais will  be
cooked.      Any  lady  billing  to
���n  (he work either in the tea
and rooms is requested to com-
with  Mrs.    A.  M.  Herring.
president of the Auxiliary.
until ^^
the   meals
home
assist
or
ac-
  Do-
troll struck fear Into the hearts of the
Pittsburgers bv scoring one run In
ihe opening Inning, when Adams was
unsteady; bul the young Pittsburg
twlrler held the hard-hitting American leaguers safely throughout the
battle,
Tommy Leach was the star in the
fielding for the Pirates, as his sensational catch of Cobb's terrific drive to
dei'i litre   with   tWO
seventh inning saved
of the score. Leach also contributed
another spectacular bit of work when
he caught Tom Jones, the Texas
leaguer, nt the end Of the sixth inning.
Pittsburg wus helpless against Mullin In the first three innings. Tbe
first hit for the wln.iers was a home-
run drive into the right field bleachers by Manager Clarke, after two
men were out In the fourth. Detroit's ragged defence in the fifth Innings, coupled with Gibson's two-hug
ger, broke the tie and gnvf ���������-'-���-
two runs.
Fishing Slow.
Fishing yesterday was slow on the
river and the average catch was
small. Cohoes dropped off, sockeyes
of comparatively poor quality being
the chief catch. Japanese are buying ii large number Of dogs I'm shipment io Japan, spring salmon are
geiiing coarse in quality and are nol
much soughl after.     Fifteen .ems is
being   paid   I'm    cohoes.   10c   tor   BOCk-
Btur-
eyes.
geon
and BOc for steelheade
me plentiful.
The   Epworth      League   Ot
Avenue church    entertained
lege  faculty  and  students of
bian Collere last evening at
gathering.
Queen's
the col-
Col iim-
a social
American Collegians Beat Japs.
Tokyo, Oct. 8.���The University of
Wisconsin nine inflicted another defeat cn the Waso University team
yesterday by a score of 5 to 0. The
Visitors made seven hits and two
errors, while the Japancs players
were credited with four safeties and
three misplays.
Pittsburg
PARIS WILL  BANISH
PROFESSIONAL
BEGGARS
Paris, Oct. 8.���Americans visiting
Parts who have been pestered in the|w
beautiful Champs Elysees by the ar-
my of professional beggars that infest the place will rejoice to hear that
a serious attempt ls being made to get
rid of them. All the hotel proprietors and fashionable residents ln the
avenue have drawn up a petition to
Prefect of Police Leplne, complaining of   the   nuisance.
This beggarly host Is thoroughly
organized the members relieving each
other at Intervals, and includes linguistic mendicants who can tell a pitiful tale ln any language.
At the Churches.
At St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church tomorrow, Rev. J. S. Henderson will preach both In the morning
and evening. The morning subject
will be "What the Bible Has Doiip
for Us," and the evpnlng, "The Supreme Adornment."
Rev. 0. Leonard, curate of Holy
Trinity Cathedral, will occupy the
i pulpit at St. Mary's church, Sapperton. tomorrow.
At the Queen's Avenue Methodist
church  tomorrow  Rev. C.  W.   Brown
111 take as his morning subject, "Retrospect and Prospect," and for the
evening. "The Bar-room a Peril to the
Community."
At St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church Rev. A. de B. Owen will
preach In the morning on "Insurmountable Difficulties and How They
May Be Overcome," and in the evening on the "Introduction of Intoxicants to the Human Race."
Rev. Mr. Edwards of Everett,
Wash., wlll preach to the congregation of the Norwegian Lutheran
church here tomorrow.
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY
0CTob_r
1 OEE__K___l�� ���_&_,.._-&____> OH_____3 OS___-Sea�� <^E52E____. C_^E3S'        ^ 0_iiaa-_. _L_v
.___ i__,^^^^_9^i
>n
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND. REAL   ESTATE.
BUSINESS. FRATERNAL. ETC.
If a man had geld dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people knew anything about it, he would not sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they sh.
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a  long time  in  business  everyone muH  of  n
wares.      Use  the   advertising   columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the times.
ould    purcl
ceSsity kn.���   i::ji'^
"��� a"a our
WANTED���TENDERS FOR CLEAR-
lng aboul a half acre. Loi 1, lis-
trlcl loi 757, Lulu island, fronting
on the North Ann. D. C. Patterson,
Edmonds Station. 233-6
WANTED���YOUTH ABOUT Sixteen years to learn drj good, business. Apply at once. W. S. Collister Co. 232 tf
WANTED���STENOGRAPHER. AP-
ply by letter staling i xperlence and
salary required. Alfred W. .McLeod, the insurance man,
WANTED���GIRL
FOR
GENERAL
housework
,   srnal
1    I'aniil
v;
no cliil-
dren;
refe
lellces
require
d.
Mrs. c.
Cliff,
Easi
llurnii
iby, eni
of
citv car
line.
_3U-tl
LOST���HAND GRIP. WILL PERSON
who ].iekeii up smell English beaver
leather hund grip, initialed A. W.
B., at the tram ollice. Friday afternoon, ph ase return to tram office at
once?
HOUSE TC   RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSI.,
with hath. $i_ por month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
ROOMS TO   RENT.
TO LET ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room, 701 Agnes stn et, near Carnegie Library. 207tf.
WANTED���SHINGLE BOLTS OR
tract of cedar suitable for bolt-
cutting. See us if you wain to
dispose of your cedar. Westminster Mill Co., Ltd., P. O. Box 1003,
New Westminster, B. C. 226-6
WANTED���TO RENT, A FUR-
nislied   house.     Apply   News   Ollice.
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boys in B.C. Cigar Factory at once.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this offlce.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  suburban  property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 1S6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
it.  T.  PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections nnd storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for th -
Hall Sal'.. Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham
bly block, P. O. box 71)5.
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP��� j
R.   j.    McNeil.     Over   T.   Ovens'
blacksmith shop  on   Eighth   street,
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All  work  guaranteed.
ni;  THE   BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
lone 386.     The Pure b'ood
Sup, ery, P. 0. Box 811.
I _NOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repa red by your local tuner, w, I-.'.
Martin, Mus. Bac., city. A line
will bring hlm.
HAND STORE.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N DRAPER, B, C. LAND SUR-
iveyor, Eliard block, New Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
' ir la are on Bale at M. Morey'i
Si ' nery Store, .1. O. Gamon a "cigar divan, !���'. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair," Columbia Btr iet.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. A STANDISH, AN EXPER-
i need and first-class dressmaker.
has opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14, Smith block, 625 Columbia  street.   A trial requested.
RING   \'l'    250    FOR
smart   turnout.    The
hies.
HACKS   AND
Fashion  Sta-
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
MACHINE   WORKS.
'HE SCHAAKE M .CHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle null machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B, Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  3S4.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan,   744  Columbia street.
FOR   SALE.
HORSES FOR SALE���HAVING KK-
ceived more horses from our log-
ginf camps than we can use, we
offer for sale four fine draft horses
weighing over 1500 pounds each.
Small & Bucklin Lumber Co., City.
i'^o-;j
FOR SALE���NEW 25-FOOT PLEAS-
ure launch equipped With 8-horse-
power Palmer motor. Write or
call 512 Eighth street. 231-6
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located for
the present at the offlce of the Settlers' Association. Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
ARCHITECTS.
W.   D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery Block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
ROYAL   CITY
ers a��id dyers
phone  R-7S.
dirt and dust
fibre���not pressed
for and delivered.
CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
345 Columbia street,
The  place  where  He-
Is removed from tlie
In.    Goods called
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���1 AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A. D.
Buchanan, P. O.. New Westminster,
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE <v EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters ami solicitors. Westmin n i
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. .1. Whiieside, ll.
L. Edmonds.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
,B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia street,  New  Westminster.
FISH   AND   GAME.
-_
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st���
opp. Windsor Hotel.
NURSERY.
ITHE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 4 15.
^^^^ FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
[PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
WADE. WHEALLER __ McQUARRIK
(F. C. Wade, K. C . A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barrl -
ters, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 148. Vanoouver offices,
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, -11" Granville stret, corner of
Hastings street.
���
STENOGRAPHY   4   TYpEw_
I
FREEMAN .,
;-o:BSi
CUSTOM
i
letti ���
him! i ���
Typewr; "work'hJf
J
'"I
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL .     -y C0Li
";]
Picture ; .y*
ous ai..- ;.
Mondaj    .. ai
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster.  B.  C.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgvrs; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally   News Block, Sixth street.
THE EDISON ; v   njsM
Columbia  n
moving pl trati sm
PfOgrai | Monday iv__)
day and Fri :
TAILORS,
CALVIN.  LADl] , wn menst!
lorlng.     A  v ... line  ot fill
ing jus:   ii, ��� ���,..���...��� H
inK and rej \:,m 5,5/
block.    I ��� -��� .                j
and 264 Clarkson st.  Phon. Mt
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for .1. Home
cooking. All whlto cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled enttve or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINST! WOODWORK!!
Co., bank, ofl   -   and store Mil
cabinet,  stair,       owcases, isaiij
and  d'taij  work.    Designs ar.de
mates   fuf 1   Broota,  _
prietor. Work-: ( mer EUiS
and car line. P. 0. Ix-x lat. _!
473.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 p. o. Box 345
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over it.
Persona  continuing to do so after
this notice must take all the risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry  Hall,  New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
New Fall Suits
For the Boys
Mostly all made
with the Bloomer
Pants.
Other boys look
well in these stylish
suits. Yours will look
equally as well.
FRONT STREET
is the place to buy or sell new and
second-hand goods of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY JARS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new. ,
We also have a splendid large case j
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tell you all we
have, hut no matter what you want,
conic here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel.''
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Offlce 'Phone 116.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
���ny part of the city.
M. J. PHILLIPS
SELLS THEM.
IHHWW"��w ~��w��.
Northern  Crown  Bank I
HEAD  OFFICE,  WINNIPEG
A  WESTERN   BANK  FOR  WESTERN PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL ...   .
��� $6,000,000
-$2,200,000
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Thrifty people who  use ou   Savings Bank Department will flnrt
It convenient and  W.���  receive every courtesy, whe.h_r the r a    0 "nt   I
be larBe or small.    Savings Depatment8 at every branch. *
IT PAY8 TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
^J               Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New Westminster.
���**V""**M^"*'M'MM����.W�� **���+J
ADVERTISE  IN THE His
DISSOLUTJ
PIANO SAH
CHANGE IN PARTNERSHIP.
Must have money to provide for large payments,
Entire stock of Pianos placed on sale.
to ffreatlv^nl^ Change ln. he ownership of our business, we have decided
us for Fvh[h h! ��Ur Present lar^e st0(* of Pianos, most of which were sent
^^T^^nS^vf* comP���ln�� (>ver eighteen different makes, and are
ec fogrsomPnf PU,n�� Et pricef raW from $175, $200, $210 $225,
etc., tor somei o.our well-known makes of New Pianos fully guaranteed. .
can makS^R PIAN(* ���>M $490 UP for the best European and Amen-
Sade CRANn��PiAaMr,n0t.aff?rd to>ss this opportunity of securing a high"
Piano. at a leSS price than to other firms ask for an Upright
ori. p . I^K   HAV*  BEEN OTHER  PIANO SALES, but none * 'here the
montl ��Z* He? uCUt d,own so low-   0ur st��ck is too large.   We need the
money and profits have been sacrificed.   The purchasers are the gainers.
Xrr��� "EINTZMAN & CO. PIANOS-There is onlv one genuine Hointzman
& bo. nano.   You can only buy this from us.   PRICES BELOW COSL
PUR?SaIIrs.��N   EASY TERMS' BUT WE  GIVE   EXTRA SPECIAL   DISCOUNTS  TO  SPOT CASH
Our sale commences today at the ExhibitionJis!!:
New Westminster, and at our warerooms inJ^S-'i
couver.
Dyke, Evans & Co* [TLpRDAV
���-n-R   9     1909.
OCTOBER   y<
TEE DAILI7 NEWS
PAGE  THREE.
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IS   A
COMMERCIAL PROPOSITION SITUATED
ON THE
COAST.
Our refinery expert assures us that when our refinery is in operation we can pay
fl
We own 800 acres of choice oil land.    We have a producing oil wTell under lease for five years.
Safe
Permanent
This is no speculation, and the dividends will increase rapidly.   No such investment was ever offered you.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
OFFICE   OPEN   EVENINGS.
B.   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.
614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
PHONE   MAIN   .865.
PHONE 4327.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  11   p:r  day up.
Room  and  board $2.50 per day up.
r-oom   with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath ani board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long plistance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and hoats
CARLETON   GILBERT,  Mgr.
DIAMONDS
fe have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CHAMEERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
Iia dE'9M'room hc,"*e. nine full  sized  lots, frame    stable    and hen house;
hiV" Under Cultivation, directly back of the  Brunette Sawmills Offlc��, a
DIOtk "orth of  Columbia  street.
For What?   Just Think!
itFFilIt.f
IT   HAS   ROUSED   THE   CURIOSITY
OE   THE   WHOLE   WEST
"Do you really think" one housewife will say to another "that this
new flour can he hetter than the flour we are using ? "
Madam, there is no doubt ahout it.
But there is just one way you can he convinced.   You must use
it yourself.
Our claims will not satisfy you, but we back up our olaims in such
��� way lhat you will lose nothirg by trying Robin Hood.
Your grocer will tell you anout our guarantee which gives you
{tag back your money if you are not
\sfH  satisfied.
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
|tta!.|Half ��'1sh' balanoe *30 Per month on term8 to be arranged.    Exclu-
McQUARRIE   &   CO.,   Front   Street.
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K00X JAW. _-*.���&
Y��u  Can   Make   No   Mistake
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meiNtcoo.
THE SASKATCHEWAN,
.LOUR MILLS CO.
3 LIMITED
MOOSE JAW
SASK.
5*   J F!vfl!__ '
you fm
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nymi   o   y��Ur numerous wants   for    Stationery,    Books,    Bibles,
thinn" S' Ma9a*lnes, Foreign  News  Papers, and In fact any
3 us"al|y carried in a first-class Stationery  Store.
Ileman.        Ci'r"Ct fr��m the manufacturers for spot cash, no niid-
monPUCS P'��fit to be added a"d therefore we can show you some
ney-��avlng  prices
you r.!���.neW E"a'ish  Church Hy^" Book8 are now in stock.   Do
leiuirc  one"
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The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up I 4,700.000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
?_t_IA..et. 55,000,000
English Watchmaker
TODHUNTER & BURR
B��okseU
ers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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In and out of town accounts soil-
8AVIN68 BANK DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and Bold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster, B. C. Branch,
F- 8HUTE, Manager.
Gold Watches for Ladles from |12.75
I up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  trom   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
Queen's Park
��� New Westminster, B. C.
October 12 J 3, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
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ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.    NEW   WESTMINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2   p.m. Tuesday, October  12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  1 3th���Devoted  to  Scottish   Sports,  under  the  management   of the  Sons of Scotland.
THURSDAY,   OCTOBER  14th���Vancouver  Day,  Championship   lacrosse���Vancouver vs.    New Westminster.
FRIDAY,   OCTOBER    15th���Children's    Day.      Children's   sports,
air ship flight, intermediate  lacrosse and football  matches.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER   16th���Championship      lacrosse      match,
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
STOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
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T.  J.   TRAPP,
President,
W.  H.  KEARY,
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THL   DA1LJ   JiSWtf.
SATURDAY
'  0CT0BER j
The DaiBy News
Published by Tlu- Daily News Publish-
tn._; Con     ny, Limiti pl  nt theii -
The Dally News Block, corner i I Me-
Kenzli   and Trew strei ts.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Directc
SATURDAY.   OCTOBER   9,   1909.
RESULTS   OF   GOOD   POLICY.
Hon. Mr. Pugsley has given io Hi<:
Public Works Departmenl an administration characterized by the strlctesl  materials wen
business methods and  mosl  exacting     siniipiiiip.pl th
care for detail.   No department of the cieg ,,,,. (1;ily
Governmenl   is   presided   over    with
more  regard  for the  public lnteresi
than ibis one.   Dr. Pugsley has a firm
grasp of affairs under Ills control, and an_
is possessed of energy, experience and
n keen appreciation of the responsibilities which attach to the head of the
greatesl  spending departmenl  of the
Government.    He Is a  man of sound
Judgment, firmness and withal farsee-
lng.    No man  has been  able  to pul
In* finger upon one aci  of weak in-js
in the record of the Minister of L'uli-
lic  Works,  win, is  urbanity  person)
fled,   imi   always   Impartial   and   di
creet.    Nol  one dollar of the public
money   intrusted   to   thl.   gentleman  lll(1  iny\u.  domain,
will be expended for other than the
express purpose voted by Parliament,
ami in every rase there will be good
value received.
The Mail cannot point to one instance in the public career of these
two Ministers which would disqualify them from holding their presenl
positions as Ministers of the Crown.
They have been the objects of vicious
attack, but they remain in public
life with the confidence of their party
and their colleagues tn the House,
while their traducers were defeated
al the polls. The Mall must do more
than assert, ii must furnish the proof.
Trade is on the increase and the
revenue grows greater each month.
This may he attributed to the pro-
gresltve, original and adaptable trade
policy of thi' Government. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his colleagues are
imbued with tlie progressive spirit of
the age, and they have adapted their j
policy from time to time to meet the;
flftj      . lion dollars more duties would
p .' 'Heeled. The fact Is, then,
Liberals bave nol  onlj   d< ���
rate of duty but Incident-
i the people fifty millions (,i
tai ition.    In   short,    tl"'
��� overnmeni  Bhould  be given
li    for  the  follow ing   with  ri gard
to the cliangi s in  the tai Iff.
iterl llj   p- >ivvd duties on  n
nl   staple   commodities
used  by consumers genet-ally.
���    ced mi the fri e list certain arti-
.1 prime necessity to the farmi r,
tin    miner,   the  fishermen,    and  the
manufacturer.
Re luced duties on iron and   steel,
which form the staple raw mat irial of
many industiles; dutli s on othi r ra. ���
also lowered.
,e classification of artl-;
pm poses, an.l    thereby
ensured more uniform administration.
Last, but   not   least,  established  a
substantial preference to the products
manufactures  ot Great    Britain
over the rest of the world.
The people will hear these facts in !
mind and be enabled to place a prop-
11 value upon statements made bj i lie
Conservative   press   Which   are   illteih
devoid ol truth, and made only to injure the Governmenl In the eyes ol
the electorate. The Mail v either the
mosl Ignorant, the most asinine or the
most culpable paper In the Dominion.
The Liberal Government from the
first framed a policy which conserved
No timber was
given except to the highest bidder at
puhlic competition. No lands were
given to rich railway corporations,
; the land was reserved for the settler,
the coal was apportioned only in a
manner and under conditions that
made fuel cheap to the consumer and
a  co_i   monopoly   impossible.
Last session a bill was passed providing for the conservation of the resources of the Dominion, and for the
appointment of a commission to make
the bill effective. The Government
has now appointed a commission, con-
sisting of the most prominent men in
the Dominion, headed by Hon. Clifford Sifton. A hetter man could not
have been selected. Mr. Sifton has
always been an ardent advocate of
conservation of national resources anil
reforestation of the land. Under his
guidance the commission will be a
;-.wer for good in the Dominion.
The Liberal Government has certainly   found  a  market for  Canadian
/Y/broSoftu,
Put there   by the
in :i 1.1- r s��� found
(here    In    Ihe    service
these   M-L Pure Paints
alone cau give.
It is no hard thing to
make a paint that
looks good in tlie can
���or sounds good in
the advertising and
YOU couldn't tell the
difference beforehand.
But it is not so easy to
put together the purest
materials in the must
expert way���and then
to add one special
ingredient g re a t l y
lengthen the paint's life
���and that's what you
get when you buy
MJ  PURE
" JL PAINT
Forty    colors,   for   every
fainting purpose, maple by
mperial Varnish & Color
Co., Limited, of Toronto.
Special For Saturday
TE"   SILVER
20c
GET   THE    HA.I r"     i.,    . :" ���-.
DSD YOU?
���VIOIUBUTE"
ILVER   POLISH,
HAVE YOU CALLED
AT
PER   HUTTLi
; i y:  l." a I r
646 Columbia Street.
.Ve buy f"r cash and sell tor the sav-
Lee's &m-i y/lmn
where the Great Sale of purnitltt
Beds and Bedding is in ff ?Jj;
A GENUINE MONEY-SAVING SALE! '
THE RED CROSS
Now   is  your   opportunity   to   get   your   s-
or is it  a   Brussels you  want7    We   can    ,.
will surprise and please you.
rnish_d
Pnces thu I
See   us  at  once  for bargains   in   Bed
Tapestry   Rugs,  Flannelette   Blankets
s,   Mv . B
-Mel
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A sanitary closet not requiring water or sewerage.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents for New West
minster and district.
changes in circumstances and condi- tarmlng produce> in proportion to the
'"���'���"      ���-    '���'���"     '">   '���""'������'*, ning of the northwest and the con-
sequent   increase  in  production.
Had the Conservatives, remained
;in power Canada would have been in
1909 as in 1896, undeveloped and unpopulated. Instead of this the people have settled upon the western
plains by tens of thousands, and it is
these men who are calling for twenty thousand more harvesters to gather the crop. There are more men required to gather the crops in the
northwest today than the total farming population amounted to in 189.,
and iill this may be credited to the
Liberals who had the foresight to originate a policy and the courage to
put it into effect.
conditions as they arose, and dealt
with them, not theoretically, hut in a
careful practical, business like way.
They have cut out now paths in fiscal legislation, and the country derives the benefit.
First they promulgated the polic}
of giving ;i preference to the manufactured products of the mother country.
This was admittedly a splendid
stroke of business, and redounded to
the great advantage of Canada. Not
only did it benefit Great Britain our
best customer for agriculture and other natural products, but it directly
and indirectly helped the Canadian
consumer. The Conservatives talked
and theorized for years on the subject of preferential trade, but never
Accomplished anything practical. The
liberal oGvernment acted, promptly,
wisely and well. On this great question Canada leads the way within the
Empire.
A   very  important  und   radical  step
by the Government was the imposition
of   .  Surtax. In  addition  to  the  ordinary customs duty, upon the products
���of  Germany.    That   country   had   attempted to intimidate  us by classing
our  products  under  their   maximum.
or penalty tariff, because we had given a preference in trade to the motherland. Such a course was absurd for
���a country like Germany  to take, but
notwithstanding   the   protests of   our
Government,    they    maintained    it.
Every possible effort was made by the
Government   to  get  the   Germans  to
take   a   more   reasonable    view,   but
without avail, so this country retaliated,   and   a   stiff   Surtax   of   one-third
the   ordinary   customs   duty   was   Imposed.    The German attitude was an
attempt to thwart the movement for
preferential trade relations within the
fimpire,     which,     had   it   succeeded,
might have defeated  the  movement.
In dealing wfth the problem Canada
did not borrow legislation, but orgin-
ated'it. A remedy was devised which
the Government had reason to believe
would compel a powerful nation to
give us the fair treatment which that
nation had denied us, or, at all events
would force it to respect us.
It lias been often charged against
the Government that taxes and duties
are higher now than formerly���that
the increased revenue is derived from
exactions taken from tlie people, and
other balderdash of this character is
circulated by the Tory press. What
are  the facts?
in 1896, under ihe Conservative tariff, $18.28 was charged by the customs
for every $100 worth of good imported into the country. During the fiscal
year of 1908 only $15.66 was so
charged. I* since the Liberals came
Into power the Conservative average
rate of taxation in 1891! had been
levied   upon  all the  Imports,  nearly
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EISH COMPANY
The New Up-to-Date
Fish Store
M_.K1E & M.m, Agents
HALL-LAVERY   BLOCK
New Westminster.
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WE   HAVE   THE   SELECTION   AT
LEE'S FufnitureEmp
NKW WESTMINSTER,
orium
Block, Colun bla Sireet,
B.C.
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:Opp.  City  Hall:
Telephone  680.
Severs Connection With Paper.
T. N. Carty, who for the last six
years lias acted as business manager
of tbe Daily Columbian, severs his
connection with that newspaper today.
NOTICE.
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CHOICE SALMON.
SMOKED   SALMON.
KIPPERS.
BLOATERS.
FINNAN   HADDOCKS.
OYSTERS
FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS
IN SHELL.
CHICKifiNS
DRESSED   LOCAL GRAIN-FED
CHICKENS.
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this ofllce
whether you intend to travel or send-
Dg for your friends.
From Montreal and Quebec.
Empress  of   Ireland    October  21
Empress of Britain  . .   . .  November 5
For other dates and particulars ap- i
ply to
E. GOULET.
C. P. R. Agent.
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
Tl
B. C. Mills, Timber anj]
Trading
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers m All Km,,' ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Doori, 1
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing ar.d Draining.
Royai City Branch, Columbia St,
Telephone 12. New We��tminite|
ALL      WORK      GUARANTEED      BY
MERRITHEW & RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
TELEPHONE   586.
PRUITS
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
GRAPES.
BANANAS.
APPLES.
CHOICE COOKING APPLES
A full line of
VEGETABLES
PROMPT DELIVERY.
S. A. RICHMOND, Manager
{Model Sign Works
:
2 |   SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
��� PAINTING.
* j Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
NOTICE.
Notice   is   hereby  given   that   the
-������ | partnership  heretofore  subsisting  be-
Those having rooms to let during i tween us the undersigned, as confec-
Exhibitlon  week    please    hand  their | tioners  and  tobacconists  in   the  city
names and addresses with particulars , of New  Westminster, British  Colum-
to the    Secretary    at the Exhibition ' bia, under the firm name of Innes &
grounds, as a number of applications Reid, has this day been dissolved by
have already been  received  applying : mutual  consent.    All  debts owing  to
for accommodation during Fair week.! the  said  partnersnip  are  to  be  paid
W. H. KEARY, jto the undersigned Ira A. Held at 75.
Mgr.-Sec.      Columbia  street  in   the  said   city  of
���      New    Westminster,   and    all
against the said partnership nre to he
presented  to the said Ira A.  Held  by
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
TotiV   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
MEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
whom the same will be settled.
Dated  this  _nd  day  of October
|D��� 1900.
IltA A.  REID,
WM. J. INNES.
Witness:
GEO. L. CASSADY.
"The Milwaukee"
"Th. Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansa�� City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the workl that equal ln
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
^wn and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
claims give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Aider  Portland, Or.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
How About
Your Exhibition Suit?
Are Vou Prepared Fi|
Tills Bi(| Eveoil
We Are
in a position  to Bl you with >
snii, style the latest, undlllalie |
from the verj  m .esl new M
fabrics.     Suits   that  are tifrj
ored to fit.     Thej will put yo"
in  n  class  with your well al p
neatly  dressed neighbor.
secured    his suit   bere.
early.
He
Pardon Us
Bui one of our new ties or a
shirt would add to your d"'55-
We have jusi received Hi<-ne""
est iii these, Look at our widow.
IN    MATS   WE   EXCEL.
j. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
.18 COLUMBIA STREET
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCKS AND DEER ETC
OPENED  ON   SEPTEMBER  1.
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS WE ARE CARRYING A FULL
AND COMPLETE  STOCK  AT   LOW PRICES
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re 14-100 acres of portion of section 21, block 5, nortii range 6, west
New  Westminster  district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number ..657F issued In
the name of Island Lodge No. 21, I. O.
O. F., has heen filed in this office.
Notice is hereby glvtti that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
th'e city of New Westminster, issue
a   duplicate   of    he   said   certificate,
unless In the meantime|WJ"       ���
tion be made to me m gjjj;
District Beglltitr "'^JUl
Land  Registry Offlce, New
ster, B. C. September ���'
DIEBOLD SAFE��}
CANTON. OHIO.
Prices given on tpg*[\"J J
Burglar proof and other sar
doors;   locks, etc. uRNEtT, Ac
Agent,   H.    J.   .A-    _   n   rox
countant and auditor,
691
TRADE   WITH   US  AND   SAVE   IVI ONE*
Three Packages Carnation Flakes for.
Three Packages Canadian Flakes for..
Puff Rice, per package	
BREAKFAST FOODS.
$1.00
1.00
.10
.25
.20
C. A. WELSH,  The People's Groce
Cream of Wheat, per package	
Meat of Wheat, per package	
Lake of the Woods Breakfast Food, 6-lb. sack
35c each, 3 for  07Q
.perton Phone^/d
1.00
lones
an
ai ,aTurdav. o
R   9    1909
THE
PAOE _TVB.
I    %'
SPORTS
Big Dry
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MARKET
REPORT
���
���
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sh Millinery For
Fall Wear.
eni ir millinery   salon  io    realize  why  our
... | the besl in New Westminster.     There Is a
to ii Him is strictly new ami highly artl
,     ii would require columns of newspapi r
,,u io call ami examine ii for yourself,
���  ,   lowest.
before I he i .sli i- on foi exhibition,
: iNERY SALON, SECOND FLOOR.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
HOT.. 8 RACING
..  and a half fur-
fou ���    and   up.
v :;.  Lady s
SI    ; . loi . s,  sell-
and up.
pp Otto    Price;   3,
CE   Six   furlongs, sell-
ind up.
G.; :;. Belle ol
ine mile and a
ar-olds and up.
.   Si .    Lad;   :,   .1   C
Fiv,    v .,||
i
LI Goldena      I   Red
S_\    S'TII    :; \CE ��� v  ,     furli -
i
1- ���' I; 3, Ra
"    U
BOWLING
HEADACHES CURED.
gi vivthe per cent, of headaches are caused by lm-
; eyes, We can permanently cure such head-
with   scientifically   ground   glasses.    We   guarantee
comfortable   vision.     No charge   made   for examination.
The   Married   Mmi
I." rii
Single
Mi n by 70
.- ���   p
g, the ac-
, ompanying
bein
. i ,
BENEDICTS
1.
ij.
3.
Tot.
Johndro
 147
153
i'i
176
Sloan..
..    ..137
1 i.
1 13
422
I'urdv   . . .
 Ill
170
ion
150
Gilchrist     .
 165
134
167
466
Cai    r
..   ..176
162
196
533
Totals,
..735
761
851
2347
BACHELORS.
1.
0
:;.
Tot.
Keary   ...
 131
IT'i
in 7
468
Wlntemute
 138
165
117
450
Campbell   .
..   ..124
115
152
391
Fisher. .   . .
..   ..157
182
IM,
525
White   ..    .
150
135
443
_  .
	
	
Totals.
..   ..708
782
7S7
2277
Monday
evening���
Natlvi
Son
s   vs.
Royal   City
Mills.
p iptlcal  Parlor,
Room 13,
Dominion Trust  Bldg.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, I). C.
MEN WHO ACCUSED ROLLER
CAUGHT IN THEIR OWN TRAP
JRK'S HARDWARE
Sole Agents for
Seattle. Oct. 8.���Joe Carroll, the
wrestling promoter, foi r long time
Frank Gotch's manager. Ben Warner
of Minneapolis, a well known middleweight wrestler, and Winn s Harris
of Spokane, were arrested ru Curfew,
I Douglas County, Wash, yesterday as
members of the Maybray gang of
wrestling swindlers recently indicted
at Omaha and Council Bluffs. The
men were committed to 111>. county
Jail on the defaull of bail, and will
have a hearing before a l'nited States
commissioner next Tuesday  morning.
Warner is the man who recently
tried to discredil Roller by stating
thai the doctor had paid him to throw
a match. It now appears that this
was an attempl al revenge because
Roller had refused to join the gang.
��� 4 4 . .  . ���  ��� ���;���
was unpleas-
in    conse-
,p li ,. mar
kl' ���'' . good and the
s:,ll':   :' . _ and sat
is id  sellers.
''
a" '��������� ij  iiour.   .ue-
weri   b Isk
: vill le
and  in : lements cii  i un-
the hammer.
Meat    was in i elj    good
supplj  and the call foi  all fe
g.    i bere was u\���i,   \��� <    ,,:.,
than  us ial  and   wl ,i call  all
I of ni  ci uot at ioi        Veal
nol plentiful and the demand wns
lii m   tin   p Ici   howi ver falling a cenl
all ro I a good i all for
:   the   Bupj full    thi
lenci iffening p-1
l> Iamb and mutton wi re pli ���
w Ith   nn   equall}    good   di mand,   thi
nni i :    ';
The retail  pi ice of ei
red  a  stn n      ti ndencj.
ng nlj  the  waj   to fiftj   ci m
,   , iod i"i  Hi'
and   all   sold    rapidly,
malm d tin      i and
i iflicii nt I ��� pis     |.'uu ]
.   plentiful  and   a  strong  deman I
���   |     ���        .   ; and   well
i onditloned lien.-, while Bmall birds
unsali bh C Icken
were sold readilj and were In sufficient numbers for the requirements,
pi li. > remaining unchanged. There
wns a largi offering ol broilers, all
bi Ulng al quota! ions according to I ���
and condition. Ducks were Bcarce
and the price accordingly rose, clos-
- al $10.50 a dozen,
Apples were nol ns plentiful as
inighi have been desired, and the de-
i_d was good for firsl guide fruit,
which sold ns high iis $1.50 a box, ac-
, ording to variety. A large number
ol boxes of Wolfe River apples, ol
flrsl quality were snld by w. McDer-
motl of East Burnaby at $1.25 a box.
Aparl from apples there was very little other fruit offered, the season for
plums and prunes helng now practically over. A few cases of crab apples were offered and found ready
tuners. Potatoes are still plentiful,
nnd the new stock arriving is much
more ripe than tlie Inter offerings. As
a result the demand i- Improving but
Is still far short of the sui ply. Vi ge-
tables and plentiful but the demand
wns limited. The florists' stalls were
almost vacant, yesterday, a result of
the unpleasant weather, which keeps
from lhe market the class of buyers
to whom the florists look for their
Bales.
Official    Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters,  per  lb..,8c to 9c
Beef, foreqiuu-rers, per lb  ...  Dc to fie
Lamb 14 to 16
lie to 12c
. ;_c to 9c
lie
12c
42c
50c
WE CAN SHOW VOU
the best line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
Large assortment just arrived. Best value, lowest prices.
A great variety of Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.    Everything in Home Furnishings
at astonishing prices.
VV. E. FAI Fft 612-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT  CALL  81.
Our
Underwear
We ask the man with Underwear troubles to*come here. First,
we can fit him correctly, for we
have all proportions and sizes.
Then we have all the best makes,
such as Stanfields in several
weights, Penman's Natural Wool,
Eller Spring Needle, Watson's
and other makes too numerous to
mention.   Prices, the suit,
$1.50, $2.50, $5.00
i
i
5c
The
Kootenay
Range
They lead all others.
KIRK'S HARDWARE,*
ew Westminster, B. C.
New  Trotting   Records.
Lexington.     Ky.,     Oct.     8.���Al   the
Kentucky    Trotting    Horse  Breeders'
association fall meeting    Wednesday i
the    two-year-old    pacing    record of
[2:10   1-2.   made   by   Kestacy   in   1898,
��� was lowered 1 3-4 seconds just before |
the lining began in a tiiai against i
time by Fleta Dillon, a bay Ally by
Sidney'R. Holt of Indianapolis. She
was driven in 2:08 3-4 by Miller Saun-]
ders. In the futurity for two-year-
old trotters, value $5000, two in three,
Native Belle won the first two heats
and the race. The second heal was
ln 2:07 3-4, the most remarkable performance the world has ever known.
The previous world's record for two-
year-olds were all shattered. There
were:   Fastest  colt,   Arion,   2:lu  3-4;
I fastest  ally,  Native Belle, at  Columbus,   Ohio."  2:12   3-4;   fastest   gelding.
i Endow, 2:1-1  3-4.
Mutton
Veal, large..
iVeal, medium 10c to
Pork, medium, per lb	
Eggs,  wholesale,  per  doz	
Eggs, retail, per dozen..   ..Inc to
Butter,   wholesale,  per  lb	
Butte.', retail, per li>	
Fowl, per doz $6.50 to %
Chickens, per doz $5 to $6.50
Broilers   oer doz $4.On to $5.00
,$ln to $10.50
 .12
 [|IIC
$1.25 to $1.50
. ,75c ,<, $1.00
$1.25 to $1.60
 76c
 50c
 50c
Ducks, per doz.
Potatoes, per ton  ....
Crab  Apples,  per crate
Apples,   pel   box	
Pears, per l"1*	
Onions, per sack  ....
Carrots, sack	
Turnips, sack	
Cabbage, sack	
New Designs in Ladies
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from.    3.50 Up
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
National  Ties Today.
There will  be a double header at
Recreation   park   today,   the   two  ties
I for  the  National     football   cup  being
I played off. The Shamrocks are
drawn against the Celtics, to start at
1:46, and the latter on their form of
! last   week   are   expected   to   win   out.
'Following this match the Rovers will
try conclusions with the Thistles, and
given a good goalkeeper, they should
win out. The lineup last evening
was still somewhat uncertain, but the
i Westminster supporters will go over
hopeful   of   pulling   through   the   first
; round.
Galician Giant Throws Three.
Buffalo, N. Y.. Oct . .���Zyhysco, tbe
Galician wrestling champion, who has
come to America in the hope of a
match With Frank Gotch, last nlghi
defeated Pete Wiscarp. Walter Smith
nnd Yankee Rogers, three local
heavyweights, in 11 minutes. 1: L0,
7:50 and 5:00 respectively. ��� They
wrestled catch-as-catch-can. but the
work did not give a good line on the
foreigner's ability  at  this style.
Rubber
Goods
HAVE ADVANCED TWENTY PER
CENT. FORTUNATELY FOR US
AND FOR YOU WE PURCHASED
OUR WINTER STOCK BEFORE
THE ADVANCE. WE HAVE DECIDED TO SELL AT OLD PRICES
FOR ONE WEEK. IT MEANS A
SAVING TO YOU WORTH TAKING
ADVANTAGE OF, SO IF YOU EX
PECT TO BE NEEDING A HOT WATER BOTTLE OR SYRINGE OR
COMBINATION OF BOTH, YOU
HAD BETTER ACT QUICKLY.
Union Suits.
ANY MAN WHO WEARS UNION SUITS WILL ADVISE
YOU TO DO SO. NO LAPPING OVER AT THE WAIST���NO
SLIPPING UP OR DOWN. WE STUDY THE UNDERWEAR
QUESTION AND APPRECIATE THE DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS OF DIFFERENT MEN. CALL AND SEE US TODAY
BEFORE   YOU   CONTRACT     A   COLD.
Sweater Vests.
IF YOU WANT SOMETHING THAT IS WARM AND COMFORTABLE AS WELL AS STYLISH, GET A SWEATER VEST,
WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES, WEIGHTS AND COMBINATIONS   OF  COLORS.
$1.25 to $5.00
REID & CO
CLOTHIERS AND
HABERDASHERS
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Slx ��a<*s Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Kaces start at 2:30 P. M.
D.S. CURTIS UO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
train
HOULREtcE   CARRALL STREET   DAILY   AT   1   P.   M.    HALF-
SERVICE FROM  GRANVILLE STREET STATION.
New Furniture
Business
We sell direct from the manufacturer to the public.
\ SAMPLE   ROOMS:
\ Nos. 2 and 3 Dupont Block, over "The   Fair."
, 1 S. DEENNT, Columbia Street, New Westminster
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALPRtD    W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY  NEWb.
SAT.RDAY   OCTOB
CREAM
-. 'Tfl_imi;__��ari.  ���
. i ._  ._��___1:J_    . ���
Sciontittc .election is tlie principle <"_ whii
Cream is prepared.
The besl milk Cows fed scientifically ,
Selected dairies All sanitary safeguards applied
You take no chances when you use St. Charles Cream.    It is as good
for any purpose as the K'st milk or cream produced By the best        	
dairy anywhere, Por many purposes it is far superior. It never
curdles. It agrees with Ihe most delicate stomach. All it needs
is the addition of pure water to make it the best food oil earth
���liest for the nursery���best for the kitchen.
.Sold bj- "Best Grocers E^.'cr}-Ui.bcre
Handsome lxH._lt.-t of valuable information to mothers an.l nurses sent
free upon application.
-T.  CHAP.LES  CONDENSING   COMPANY.   Ingersoll, Ont.
luTi " ��� '       PIMM I il ���: -J__.ri_j��s_^K3g_r??-��Wfc_r-3��ii>iiiii__ et miiT
_*____���_..- ._ .. . .,:__'   -^^____t:__8TOBI_TTTt!gi:_, _
I
���>>_^J
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a BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DIN- K
D NER TABLE FOR EXHIBI- 5
i      TION   WEEK. Q
I MOREY & CO.
ARE   MAKING  A
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF DIN-
NERWARE
FOR A FEW DAYS. COME
AND SEE IT AT 665 COLUMBIA  STREET.
MOREY'SB
Plumbing end Plumbing Regulation Bylaw Nu. 2,
1909,
amend the
Regulation
A bylaw to furthei
Plumbers and Plumbing
Bylaw  1906.
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the Citj of -New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. Section 39 of the Plumbers and
Plumbing Regulation Bylaw 1906 is
hereby amended by sinking out the
words "All sinks shall be provided
with approved grease taps." in the
third line thereof.
2. The said Plumbers und Plumbing Regulation Bylaw 1906 is hen -.
amended by adding after Section 50.
thereot, the  following.
una All plumbing and drainage
work t�� be done in buildings to be
connected with what is to be known
as the Ce*umbia Street Sewer, shall
be connected iu the following manner :
On the inside of the basemenl wall,
or street line, place a House Trap
(the same size as the liouse drain)
the Trap to have a . in. seal, with a
"Y" branch left off on the sewer side |
of the Trap, with a cleanout in same,
so il),it in case of the Sewer connection becoming blocked, a cable can
be run down from this "Y" connection
to clear same.
On the house side of the Trap,
place a "T" to be used only for fresh
air inlet, this inlet to extend to the
oute>- air, with grating on same.
A'l Leader or Rain water pipes to
be connected with the main bouse
drain, said Leader or Rain pipe to be
of Cast Iron with all joints caiked
with lead and oakum, all to be tested
with the other plumbing work.
Connect all cellar drains with main
liouse drain, said drain to have east
iron Cellar Drain Traps placed at
each opening, said Trap to be properly vented in accordance with this
bylaw.
Whenever a change of direction is
made in either sewer, soil or waste
connections, a "Y" must be used, with
a cleanout in same.
.. Section 3 of the Plumbers and
Plumbing Regulation Bylaw 1906
Amendmenl Bylaw 1909 is hereby
amended by adding al the end thereof the following:
All branch connections in soil or
waste pipes to be made with "Y's"
and 1-8 in.  bends.
4.    This bylaw may be cited as the
"Plumbers and Plumbing Regulation
Bylaw 1906 Amendment Bylaw (No.
2)  1909."
Done  and   passed   ln   open    council
the 27th  day    of    September, A.  !>������
I!	
Reconsidered and finally passed the
Ith dav of October, A. U.. 1909.
W. II. KEARY',
.Mayor.
\V.  A,   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
[L.S.]
.J
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BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
ER q
1939
\ Stop and See Our Toilets
35c a Box.
��apsi
AT
:: RYALL'S thedruggistanD!
t IV 1 _n.JL__JL. o 0Pr j
Eyes Tested J 'ree.
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���mpany,
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice thai an application has
bi a made to register Charles Ketch-
uni as tne owner in fee simple, undi i- a tax sale deed from C. C, Usher
in Frederic W. Howaj and Roble L.
Reid, bearing date the 1st day of December, A. li.. 1902, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
being in the district of New Westminster, in the. province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lot 13 of Block 13
of Let 201, Group 1, Murray's Ad 11-
tion, north half of Lot 14 oi Block 13
of Lot 201, Group 1, Murray's Addition.
Y'ou and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,'
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty five
days from the date of the flrst publication of this notice, and in default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed within such period
or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or In
respect of the said land, and I shall
register Charles Ketchum as owner
thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for
thirty dr.ys in a daily newspaper published in New Westminster will be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Date! at the Land Registry Office,
Xew Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 28th dav of September, A. D. 1900.
C. S. KEITH,
District   Registrar.
To Henry Y'oung. Esip, John Uren.
Esq. 22S-30
MAKE YOUR AP. .Al to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning  Paper.
Take notice thai an application has
e n   made to  register  Anni,.   Ryder
as  owner  im   fe,.  simple,  under a  tax
I sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher to
Annie   Ryder,  bearing   dale   the  13th
day of October, A. D., 1906, of all and
singular thai certain  parcel or trad
of   land  and   premises   Bltuate,   lying
and  being  in   the    district  of    New
I Westminster, ln the Provinc,, of liritish      Columbia,    more    particularly
known    and    described    as  Lot   23,
Block 1;  Lois S, 9. 16 and 17. Block
4:  Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and  IT. Block    6;
JLots 4, 5, 12, 13 and 20. Block 9; Lots
1, 8, 9, IG and IT, Block 10; Lois 1. 8.
19, 10 and IT. Block 12;  Lois 4, 5. 12,
13  and  20,  Block 13;   Lois 1, 8, 9, 16
land IT, Block 14; Lots 1. 8. 9, 10 and
17, Block 10; Lots 4. .",, and 20, Block,
17; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17. Block 18; j
|Lot  G.  Block  21;  all  subdivisions  of i
jLot 203, Group 1.     Lots 10, 11. 12, 13, j
-14 and 15;  Block   "K"   subdivision  of i
Lot 268, Group 1;  Lots 21. 25, 2G   27, |
31 and 32, Block 1; Lois 2. 3, 4, 5, 6,
7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 13 18, 19 and 20, I
Block  4;   Lot IG, Block 5;   Lots  1, 8,
9, 16 and 17. Block 15;  Lots 4, 5, 12,.
13 and 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
203, Group 1;  Lot 7, Block 4, of Lot
227, Group 1, Map 174.
You and those claiming through or
'under  you   and  all   persons   claiming j
any interest in the said land  by virtue  of  any  unregistered   instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
|in   the   said   Iand   by  descent,   whose
j title is not registered  under the provisions  of   the   "Lind   Registry   Act."
:are required  to contest the claim  of
the  tax  purchaser    within  ten   days
'from the date of the first publication
of this notice and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being
filed within such period, or in default
of redemption before registration, you j
and  each  of  you  will   be  forever estopped  and  debarred from  Betting up
any claim to or m respect of the said
land, and I shall register Annie Ryder
as owner thereof in fee.     And I hereby order that  publication of this notice for ten days in a daily newspaper
published   in   New   Westminster   will
lie good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at  the  land    registry office,
New Westminster. Province of British
Columbia,   this   30th   dav   of  August,
A. D., 1909.
C. S   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Saniue]  Couher,  Esq.
This is what you
are looking for
Clothes lhat   will   help   you   to
Success.
Good clothes  are not necessarily
expensive   clothes ��� they   are
Clothes that fit.
We are Tailoring for a nation���not
a locality.
We are making hundreds of suits
to a tailor's one.
These are  some  of  the  reasons
why we can give you :
More valuej^better fitting Clothes
���more perfed Tailoring, than is
usual.
To be Successful, look Successful.
Male Attire Limited
AGENTS:
Acme Clothing Co.
A. CH.PPELL, Manager.
...... ____________
Easterbrook  Millino  Cir
eburne,   B. C
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
IMpERIAL |7.25  per  |
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$6.75  n_r  a
TERMINAL $5.a
HINDOO FLOUR $..__ pe
McQuarrie & Cn.FL0UR ^p feed &
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster.        T^^
J
WE ARE READY To SHOW
you how Et ls . , -.-
hlgh-clai i:;:i!_:a.i
than  It Is to pui ��� . ;,/,;.
er    kiinl        \. [|   It
buildings bul t wl -.. ������-
rials that -.. uee<i n pairs,
Wc can point to ��� otbai
that need repali b t! - me
But they wen ��� il I ol our
materials. Si ��� where real
ch.-apness lie'?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township .. N.w
Westminster -district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certl-!
ficate of title number 1757a, Issued In
the naniy? of William Oleson, has been '
filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from I
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published In
the City of Xew Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be I
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Ollice, New West-
nineter, B. C, August 2, 1909.
P. BURNS I CO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Right Prices, Good Service, Courteous Treatment, Honest  Values.
 AU these we guarantee every customer.	
Our Stock of Furnishings For Men
Will Satisfy Anyone
Some of Our Leaders in Men's Fall and Winter Under
MEN'S FINE NATURAL WOOL. FRENCH NECK, MOHAIR
FACING; SHIRTS DOUBLE BREASTED AND DRAWERS
TROUSER    FINISHED.    SUIT
$2.50
FINE GAUZE RIB, NATURAL WOOL, MEDIUM WEIGHT. DOUBLE BREASTED, WITH PEARL BUTTONS, UNSHRINKABLE;   SUIT
wear
"BR!LAnCN_^ AN IMP0RTED "-INE OF NATURAL WOOL
UNDERWEAR, MEDIUM HEAVY WEIGHT AND BEAUT,-
FULLY   FINISHED;   SUIT
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**���������������������
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
tS~_Li ^__l_li!ilHU_UIJ__^ ;:
$ 4.50
H��MMM��*MM4_M___^____. ^+kmt,*>*e<,.*.***'*
Electric Railway Service t
$2.75
MEDIUM   WEIGHT   CAMELS   HAIR     UNDERWEAR'     A   NICE
SOFT   QUALITV,   AND UNSHR.NKABLE. AT.  SUIT
$3.50
?v?i?,eS tu-8? w?���ca.rry a11 the most popular lines, in the best brand,
that we think will give every satisfaction in wear and valne trL?,���'
tomers.   INVESTIGATE AND COMPARE-wu���^ �� To th s
before buying your winter supply tnis
_______M_-J___>_r|T'___|-_r'yjnip_iflMi^��M.   ������ iiimi i^_���________i��� ���___������!iM.. t/   *
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gen.s' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver nnd way
stations Will run every hulf
hour from 5:50 a. in. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City   Lme;     ^^^^^
ollice on the hour, twenty
utes  after,   and  forty
after, commencing
Sapperton   Lme:   Cars
at ten  minutes after tli
half past and fifty minutes i
the  hour, comn
a. m.
Sunday service half-nouriy*9'
tween 8:30 ft. '"��� il'"1 11( p'
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M \
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Improvement
'���*>- ,nc,ie!
of   the   propel
'    PU'i".'1 ' '  '  ,-iod
wiihin the per.!"
i   from
otlce,
Columbia  Street    Local
Notice.
Pursuant to section 20 of the "Lo-
eal    Improvement     General     Bylaw.
1000," notice Is hereby given that the
Assessment  Roll    of    the  "Columbia I    Dated this
Street Local Improvement" Is open for ,A .D., 1900.
Inspection at the ollice of the Asses-1
sor in    the City Hall. New Westmin-1 un���ntlon
1   Date of first publication
In any
therein, - _ .
the Uf*
^^^^^^__ ve i"1"1
publication of this no .--���-���    of i,i.
to the undersigned n ��'
lintention to Wea|j      . geptei_l>er
day of
Vi. A.
ster,   British    Columbia,  and  ln  case
the  owner  or  any  person  Interested of September.
City Y'Y
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1009. ME  DAILY   NEV
pagk sevb_.
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This house of Good Shoe sales takes pleasure in announcing" its readiness to furnish
its patrons with the best Footwear the
world produces. The choice productions of
the most noted makers of shoes for men,
��_____ _*.->.*���_r?^i?i_-_i___.-_->'Pr_
j: r _rarja_... ^a_3:_'ij
women and children have been chosen with
the greatest care. Every price named will
be a pleasing one, and, with the best of
shoe service your satisfaction is assured.
Note the following SPECIALS for today
was
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"INSTRUCTOR SHOES" FOR MEN.
THESE ARE THE BEST MEDIUMPRICED SHOES
THAT COME TO THE COAST. SPECIAL CUT PRICES
TODAY,  VIZ:
Men's $4.50 Velour Calf Goodyear Welt  Boots
for    $3.95
Men's   $5.00   Gunmetal Double   Sole   Bluchers    4.25
Men's   Heavy   Tan   Russian   Calf   Leather-Lined
Waterproof    Boots,  per  pair      6.00
Men's   Freak   Toe   Box Calf  Bluchers,  heavy  double
soles,   per   pair      5.00
Men's   Leather lined   B x  Calf  Boots, double  soles and
waterproof,   per   pair       4.50
See   the   lines  of   Men.  Velour Calf Boots,  canvas
and    leather-lined,   that we are  selling today for,
per   pair     $3.50
We   are   strong  on   Men's  $2.50  and  $3.00   Fall   Boots.     New
stock  in  this  week.
"INVICTUS BOOTS" Made by Geo. Slater
POSITIVELY    THE  BEST BOOTS  MADE  IN  ANY CANADIAN   FACTORY.
Men's    Invictus   Duk-Bak  heavy  waterproof  double-sole
Bluchers,   per   pair $6.00
Men's  Box  Calf  Bluchers, made on the new Royal
Last, per pair       5.00
LADIES' "INVICTUS" SHOES.
Absolutely    waterproof    Box  Calf  and  Kid  Uppers,
waterproof   soles, per   pair       5.00
Instructor   Waterproof Boots for ladies, pair    $3.50 and $4.00
See our Rubber Gum Boots, Etc.
_ _i_
MR.   WORKINGMAN
You'll be interested in the great showing of Working Boots.   We keep the kind you want.
MEN'S   HEAVV    BOX   CALF   BLUCHERS.   PER   PAIR     $2.50
MEN'S    KANGAROO-GRAIN    BLUCHERS,  PER   PAIR $3.50
MEN'S   FISH-GRAIN   BELLOWS-TONGUE   BOOTS.   PER   PAIR
 $3.00 and  $3.50
MEN'S  TWELVE-INCH  TOP   BLACK   MULE-HIDE   BOOTS,   PER
PAir    $4.00 and $5.00
MEN'S   FIFTEEN-INCH   CHROME  KIP   BOOTS,  PER   PAIR    $5.00
MEN'S   FIFTEEN-INCH   BROWN  MOOSE   PROSPECTORS,     ..$5 &  $6
MEN'S   FIFTEEN-INCH   FRENCH  CALF  LOGGERS'  BOOTS
PER   PAIR $6.00
We sell more Working Boots for Men than any other shoe store in B. C.
��������������������;���������<
_. _> -_-_._-. 4AA A _____________________ _
Johnston's Big Shoe House, Ltd
THE HOUSE OF GOOD 5HOE5
"Sign of the Bigf Electric Boot
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NEW WESTMINSTER.
^V'bL0^? ���of Vicloria'
Mrs, w   v     the euest ot Mr. and
.   iic ''Mills   i  '"''   '"ft"1   on   ln��   At"
to,'lh" itiviM   "     w Vork. en route
'"' winter Ai,   . ?re she wl�� apond
11   ff"ll  IriciHls.
Mi- , *   *   *
*"'���'��� th.'' Y' ""'">' L- Kdmonda,
�����* ^AY I' Mr-and Mrs. Chu.
Thursday;   ''"""ll'.    Vancouver,    on
��    *    e
l'"1^"".,;;'^,,0"^"".     member     of
��!. vl8l��i>g with _.l88,ng' 0ntari0'
01:1,111 (ii-tmi        .'"s ''"',si��  Mr. J.
"  "wing tiu. W6ek
"���- R. (.love,-, of Arm
strong, B.C., who has been the *uest
of Mrs. W. H. Keary, left tor Sea"le
todav with Mr. Glover, where they will
spend some duys visiting tne tax.
��� ���   ���
Mlss Nora Armstrong, Who haa been
visiting Hi. Misses Ladner. Vancou
ver,   returned   to  her  home  ea_lj
'the  week.
��� *    ���
The Reverend Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Middleton. who have been to�����s
relatives  here and In  Vancouver, on
their wedding tour, left last ��"K
their home in Neepawa.
��� ���   ���
1     Mlss   Annandale.   who     lm J��
the  guest  of  her aunt   M ])omi,
1 Vancouver,   returned   to   "
I early In the week.
Mrs. C. B. UwiV haa ^ 'Al
'tat.lons for a dance to be given
nesday   week,     October   20,   in     Bt.
George's hall.
��� ���    *
Mrs. Wilson, of Victoria, is visiting
with   her   daughter   Mrs.   J.   E,   Phillips,  Queens avenue.
��    ���    ���
Mr. and Mrs. E. Holt, of Haney are
visiting in the city.
.   ���   ��
Mrs. \V. J. Armstrong has sent out
cards for an "At Home" on Monday,
October   11.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. Coverdale Watson and Miss
Laura Waston, returned this week
trom   Seattle,   where   they   attended
the A.-Y.-P. exposition.
��� ���   ��
Doctor Lafferty, of Calgary, was a
.isitor in  the city  this  week.
��� *   *
The   Ueverend    Mr.  Dunlop,    who
formerly   was   Angllelnn   minister   at
Sapperton and Burnaby, with Mrs.
Dunloy, relumed on Tuesday from
n three months visit to England. The
Ueverend Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop will
lake up their residence in Burnaby
where Mr. Dunlop will have charge
of that parish only.
* ���    ���
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Couithard, Miss
Marion Martin and M'\ George E.
Martin, returned home on Thursday
after spending a most delightful
week motoring tour on Vancouver island.
* *    ���
Mrs. Sidney Burton and children,
of Kamloops, are the guests of Mrs.
Burlon's   mother,   Mrs.   J.   J.   Jones.
Royal avenue.
* ���    ���
Mrs. Charles McDonald was the
hostess  at  a   largely  attended    and
most enjoyable at home ou Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. The
drawing room was made most effective by a skilful arrangement of red
dahlias, wihle In the tea room a
white color scheme of dahlias was
used. The hostess received in a becoming gown of white with touches
of blue. Those who poured tea were:
Mrs. Farquhar Macrae, Mrs. 4}.
Bruce Corbould, Mrs. J. S. Henderson,
Mrs. G. A. Allan, Mrs. Yuengling,
Msr. H. R. Davidson. Mrs. F. M. Gaynor and Mrs. Gordon E. Corbould,
while Mrs. P. J. Roland Grant and
Miss Archibald, (Vancouver), cut the
ices. They were helped by Miss Corbould, Mlss Clara Corbould, Mlss Cotton, Mlss Youdall, O.ir con ver), Mlss
Llllooet Armstrong, J.tss Lewis, Miss
Briggs, Miss Brown and Miss Gertrude Brown, while little Miss lza
McDonald wid Gertrude Gaynor, who
looked very sweet and dainty In white
frocks, opened the door to the many
guests.
��   ���   ��
Mrs. Wood, of Kamloops, is visiting with her sister Mrs. A. Charleson
First  street.
*    ���    ���
Mr. A. Taylor, of Chilliwack is the
guest of Mr. T. S. Annandale
3PRING     LAMB,    CHOICE
ANO SAUSAGE.
AT THI)
MEATS
Central Meat Market
Oorntr Eighth St an��   Fifth Arena*
phone tm
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r     PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY ITEWS_
SATURDAY.   OCTC
Try Us Once
And U Will
Call Again
"We have been
looking for you."
Now, listen.
We offer to you,
whether you wish
a bargain or not,
tins of Chicken
Broth at only five
cents per tin���and
if that is not cheap
and reasonable we
don't know what
is. This is a very
good line, and to
get people to know
what it is we are
selling it at an unusually low price.
It is a new line with
us, and we want it
to be a new line
with you.
Whenever down town, come In and
look around. That's what this store
is for.
PR OOF"
City News
" ''"'"""i.:''.-tY!2_
I .. '.vv, iYm^wwr";:
":, -'.iip 'p'p,���������! $jj.te*4_ii.
",iiet\ -���>?���>,���,
Scottish concert     Sale of reserved
seals opens at Ryall's phi Saturday.
Everything for tha garden at nuys
phone 184.
'v
���
Matthew   Knight,   soi
ICaptain     Knight,    has
of   Hie   late
returned    to
r.1LC, . j __hl  Westminster  after a   brief  resldenci
��� . i.Y '..^ififiS^*'1"'I  in   Spiii   Fianeiseo,   where   lie   was   ii
1     ;..       . ; ifYl^Jl
7*&m :���;
F*i   h'< A__*_.i'i'"n H��ETF% ^artlSf V J��
i business.
'TrHE very fact that  there are
���*���      more Great   Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron   Ran��ei
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.mes as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON   &    LUSBY
Columbia Street.
Viss  Lena   Duthie, queen  or  Scot
tish song al  the Opera  Hous ���. October 13th.
Bob Stevenson's whole stor'; ol
boot? and shoes to be sold ofl In
thirty days. 219-
l-'or first-class cut flowers and any
kind <p; Floral work, telephone Davie=
Greenhouse, R208. "
Irish  jig    competition    (ladies)  al
Se.,itish cone, rt, October 13th.
An organization meeting of the
.Mat le Ridge board ol trade will be
held this evening, al whieh the si c-
retary of the board of trade, C. H. S.
| Wade, will sjieak. The meeting has
been called al   Pori  Haney.
A good supply of fresh and smoked
lish. also oysters, at Benson iv. Ayiing,
Begbie street. 233
I
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost  while   holidaying   use
Muir's Wifciiazel Cream
We also hava all  kinds of complexion   creams   and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK-
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
WHAT ARE A
FEW HOURS
SPENT AT OUR
NIGHT SCHOOL
when through them you can become
a first-class bookkeeper or stenographer!
With either profession you are independent. Kvery business man
must have competent help. We provide the finest Instruction in our
night classes.
WesfminsferModernBusiness
School
A.   L.  BOUCK,  Principal.
610 Columbia Street
REMOVAL NOTICE.
.1. G. Brown Will sing "John Grum-
blie," at the Scottish concert.
Todd's   Mandolin   and   Guitar   Club, j
Your choice, mandolin,  violin  or guitar     With     ease,     music,     and   three;
months' instruction free.  Membership
.ticket  $20. 232
1).  I).   .Mann.     \ ice-ptesMent  of    the
Canadian  Northern  Railway, has not ! |
yet   Informed   his   representatives  on
the coasl when he will arrive, though   |
J he is expected    at  the end of    next
week. |
All those willing to assist the Antl-
Tuberculosis Society by aiding In the
work on Tag Day, are requested to
communicate with Mrs. A. J. Hill,
president of the society.
ll. C. E. R. city and Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for th ��� accommodation of ihe New Westminster people attending the horse races
at Minoru park. Lulu island. Tire
last Sapperton car will leave the office at 11:30 p.m., and the ciiy car at
11:20 i.m.
Hear Miss Munn sing "Lea Kig" at
the big Scottish concert.
Diamond _ Corbould, tue realty
agents, are removing today from the
Dominion Trust block to new ijuar-
tors in the Ilall-Lavery block. The
rooms are the first to the left at the
head of the staircase on the second
floor.
The steamer Transfer will hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharf
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3, as herlofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra n turn
trip arriving in tlie city in the even-
Ing. Trips will be made to Steves
ton  as  the  business  warrants. *<
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
be transacted in the offices
lately occupied by McBride <t
Kennedy, 2S Lorne street, ln
the company's head office building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F. J. HART, Manager.
New Westminster, Sept. 25th,
1909.
Tlie    juvenile  dancing
it the Scottish concert.
competition
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing ii is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies,
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���   11 IL IVLade in south bend K/AIN vJL |
��� SEND YOUR HEATING STOVES TO ���
JAMES & McCLUGHAN \
FOR REPAIRS.
I Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster ���
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R.  .Morrison,  the    fine    tenor,  will
sing "Success Tae Bonnie Scotland.
Seot'iisii  concert,  October 13.
A florist store will shortly be
opened on Columbia street by S. G.
Tidy, the Tenth street florist! The
quantity of plants and flowers sold
at the hothouses and in the market
have made Mr. Tidy confident that a
store on the main street will pay.
The site has not yet be.n decided
upon.
Buy  orchard   lands   while   'hey   are
cheap and become independent.      We
art. the official agents of The Western
HoniL and Improvement Co., Ltd. Let I
us tel] you about their choice holdings
at Appleland.     A new townsite and j
fruit  district    along the  line of    th   I
II.  C.  Electric Chilliwack  lin,. and  V. j
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Hailway
This section excel]s in the production
of all fruits.    Come at once whilyj the'
best lands are selling cheap and let us '
show you this section at our expense
We  can   sell    five,   ten,    fifteen  and
twenty acrL. tracts ou easy terms.     I-
J,  Hart & Co., Ltd. **
Hook your seats early for the Scottish concert
The wise man lias been taught thai
a   hank  account   is  necessary,  bul  a
wise   man   not   only   has   a    hank   ae
ieotint. bul a safety deposit  box  In a
[ rusl company's vault,     His valuable
[papers will go in the vault���he does
i no'   ri-"'< them  in  his oun  house.      In
8  safely depnsil   ho\  in our vault  your
papers   are   perfectly    safe  lrom   flre,
'burglars or any other loss.    Isn't  litis
sufficient  reason  why you should rent
jone of these boxes today?     Dominion
Trust  Co.,  Ltd..  T.   K.  Pearson,  manager, New Westminster branch.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
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West End Property
GOOD BUYS
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J. HENLEY | F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C. X 7  ***���**���     ���
A Grand Showing and Sale
of Women s and
Misses' Tailored
Garments
���  .
_
i
with aU the extremely attractive style features
of Fall, 1909. Smartly fashioned Suits, nobby
and practical Coats, carefully made Skirts,
charming .Mannish Waists-everything in ready-
made outer apparel for women-garments of
superior style, at those famously low prices that
have brought this big department its tremendous popularity.
A Stunning Exposition of
Smartest Women*s
Shrewd, discerning shoppers pronounce our display
of women's wearables for
fall superb: in reality the
display i.s quite a ' style
study.
Women's Coats in broadcloth, beaver and Kersey
cloth. ,",-4 anl 7-8 lengths.
Some are made semt-lllting
with high Prussian collar
and double breasted front;
others with roll collar and
revers of silk in a contrasting shade. Prices $13.50,
$17.50 and  $25.00.
Suits in broadcloth, chevron and Venetian cloth In
all the newest colorings,
taupe,   raisin,   artichoke,   as
well as the staple shades
navy, brown, black and
shadow stripi's Coals from
38 to 45 Inches long. Some
are hands only; braided and
trimmed with buttons, others in the plain tailor-made
styles. Prices from $19.50
to $37.50
Women's Skirts In all the
shades, black, navy, taupe,
myrtle, tan and grey in
plain and shadow striped
Venetian, chiffon, Panama,
broadcloth and chevron.
Same are made ln plain
gored styles with trimmings
of fancy strappings and
buttons;   others have panels
Smart Skirts at Unusually Low Prices.
We are showing some of the best values In separate
skirts. Garments thai are smartly cut and trimmed In the
very latest style. Kvery woman owes it to herself to see
this splendid display before purchasing. We detail a tow-
values that are alone well worth the trouble of inspecting
them.
Fascinating
Autumn Waists.
Never has this store shown such a variety or such stunning styles in Waists. Visit the ready-to-wear section an I
learn what Dame Fashion has set her stamp of approval upon.
You'll  be delighted  with the showing.
Tailored Waisls Ior Fall; specia! delivery of these desirable waisls in heavy cotton, poplin, with wide lucks over the
shoulder; also in fancy Vestings with tucked and box pleated
fronts.      Price, all  sizes $2.25
Lace and nel  Waists in dozens   of   charming styles���flsh
nets. Oriental  and  fancy la.-es  in  white,    cream,    ecru,    navy,
brown  and  black.
the Season's
Wear.
of     ��,inl   11 | ���     ;
everj   ii
made li   moyei
perfeel  flttii ra-
riety    of   stj les and
$6.50. $7.50, $8.75 and up to
$12.50.
Black Voile Skirts In plain
ami   pleati I
Bomely trimmed with bands
of    taif. ��� ime witn
satin       trimini.v -        $".5:,
$10.00,   $12.50,   $15.00.
Black Taffeta Silk Underskirts, very full flounce,
iiu-ked with I ini li frill
bound edge and dust ruffle;
extraordinary     ' e at $6.50
We make   a   ������; ��� ���
OUI   sizes.
NEW
FALL AND WINTER
UNDERWEAR.
New Fall and Wlnti I ���������
derwear;  goo Is which c n
bine  a    sn ip] ll '   -":'���
With       coll,[nl t.i!,!-      Wl      '���
qualities. Our garments
are well shaped form ti""1-
and weil a lapti d to tne
present style tendencies l"
figure moulding wearables,
from the cheapi >p to the
higher priced goods wlll
give satisfaction.
Penman's Natural Wool
Underwear, all sizes, including out sizes: well made anJ
good "   wearing      qualifies.
Price $1.35 and $1.50 per
garment.
Penman's Natural w'0"1
Combination Suits; well
shaped and made to fit
Price per suit   ...   ��� ��� ��� ���. ���''
Watson's while lin.- ''""
bed Combination Suits;   all
sizes;   Suit   .. .$1-75 to $3.03
Natural color Union Suits,
well Bhaped garmi ni    -'-"
special   values;   all sizes ��'
prices  30c, 35c, 40c. 45c a^
50c a garment.
Smart Little Styles in Girls' Serge
Dresses���-Low Prices, Too.
Autumn styles are ready for the maid as well as the matron and they have
been well looked after at this store. The children's section, where everything'
for infants to girls of twelve is to be had, presents an excellent showing now.
PRETTY DRESSES IN
SCARLET, SAXE
AND BLUE.
Black and white check,
navy, trimmed with borders
of self or contrasting
shades; dainty embroidered
turnover; silk collars with
embroidered edge; ages 2 to
10 years. No two alike.
Prices $4.00 to $7.50
CHILDREN'S
SAILOR SUITS
in navy blue serge, full
pleated Skirts. Some are
trimmed with navy, some
with white soutache braid;
white shields; ages 4 to 14
years.     Prices,
$2.50 to $6.50.
BUSTER
SUITS
in navy, cardinal and brown
serges, sailor collars, <W
,ilv trimmed with bntf*
white or navy shields; jjw
ent   leather   belts.
only,
$3.25,
$4.00 and
$4.50.
Each
Telephone 13.
Office, Eighth St.
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR-

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