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INSURANCE
uVHITE, SHILES & CO.
^W WESTMINSTER,  B. fr
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ASSURANCE "
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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200 Colurrcia St.    Phone ��5
B.  ('.,  FRIDAY
Ihclds IOP.6 SESSION
Irict Exhibits Commence
.Vi.nve - Start   Made
th Historical Section.
PLEASANT TRIP
CN VANCOUVER ISLAND
Party of New Westminster Folk Take
an  Automobile   Ride   From   Nanaimo to  Alberni.
Ye
HAKE
ON 01 PLANT
i ,   i:   A.
.   ��� rday
. office . al
��� ndance of
noi    officials
boon in lni
I
, appoint    ^^^^^^
_ i I le upon a
from  nexl
A   parly   of
pie returned
in,in  a   iiioioi
island   lasting
nouiice   ii   the
enjoyvnenl     ihey     have    experienced.
The party was composed ol  Mr,
Airs. F. .1. Couithard, G. B. .Martin and
New Westminster peo-
to the city yesti i daj
ng tour on Vancouver
a  week, ami  thi y  pro
mos;   i'ii ti V   summer
Growth cf Business Necessitate ; Uons to Works
of Local Industry.
FAVOR ROYAL CITY       IMACISTBATE SUORES
AS INDUSTRIAL SITE1       mmm INm
CURTISS TOOLS
THE CURIOUS PUBLIC
Now Practically Certain
That Irondale Company is
to Locate- Here.
Captain     Pittendrigh     Threatens
Action   for   Perjury   in   Ci3c
Heard   in   His Court.
An
A   1 ���
���
,
I
:    K.av. report-
I advancing
towa "" Tues"
Ifternoon ngements had
ard   to   the
.....   VlcBride
ol   pictures ol
���������  the
them ���   : "  "���''
ira-.i led    through  the    -
Coulthard's  auto- | m ived .i.
arrange-
without
Hock and  District   Exhibits.
krt? quantity ol the stock is al-
oused in tl'   Bheds,  but   that
���    .. ,   pi eti il till Sun-
���;. Eni lei   continue
| which had  been
ising day.     The
Ilbil    arrived
��� i .vn be pul In position
CP'  ii , "i a fine collec-
.   roots,     .-Pome   fine
roots being on
|     . a cultivation not
with  the   northern
1, of Alberta, hops.      The  Sal-
_jt_  Missl m,  Comox, and   Lil-
exhibit will be In place today.
,- i onsisting of the
exhibited   at  the
I,.  | will  arrive  today.
anglev v. district   exhibit
���OT,       i nd to Surrey
... j   are   showing
;". ���   exhibit.  Other
Kb     . :,   will    have    displays
Tnot yet forwarded  their collec-
Fisheries.
busy  with the
In the educator   Columbian
oil paintings
Tm onto,   un-
IEducational  and
;.'.;    .������;������     Ifl
;:..   I ���
I jectloi      '.'ed
je, and the twelve
.1.1,   I'v'V     '>f^^^^^^^_
a: the ti C   Methodist Confer-
v. -.. will  be placed  In
or'.   ��-,. p.      The curios from
being  taken  over
��park.
Ifcv the I    ��� ries  building  Is
?'���  ��� if,ancy  lhe  Do-
i<: has   almost com-
his ar;  v ���    i nis. and  will  be
fared to move In with  the Bpecl-
u - on as tbe carpenters are
In.
Ity Electrician Bowler is busy
1 tte lighting of the buildings, and
p ii. havi everything conclude l
ponday,
Airship   Flights.
Viard   al   Its    meeting voted
for the im, rmediate  lacrosse
on   Tuesday.      The    airship
"ill Btan from the north end
grounds, where the restaurants
I located lasi year.      The restau-
"���- ���������������-��� Id of the weather
'ey are unwilling to take space,
giving   the    management   the
pad there,    ti i  ai rodome will be
here.     Arrangi ments   were
''""'''���   :���   ' "or the  flights,
���tntake piac. twlci   daily.
ws been more call for space
llle Industrial   building than  the
���Wnent can hope to satisfy   and
^applicants will have to go wlth-
'  room trom music
.     surPri nd al all corners
���: preparatorv to
In the machinery
his   exhibit
llros
In
.Miss Martin,   and
the  1-iniiiiiy  in   Mr^^^^^^^^^^^^
mobile.
The automobile trip commenci I al
Nanaimo, from which citj the part)
weni io Alberni, following the wati r
edge of the Cameron lake, a beautilul
shei i of water hanked by high mountains. A slop was n.ade ai englishman's river for lunch, and a few hours
of fishing, onlj fair sporl being ob
tained. Looking down the Alberni
canal  from  the summit  a  Bne pano
raina of  mountain,  river and  hike  was
i unfolded to the \ lew, the mountain
sides covered with giant Douglas firs,
one which the party measui i ,i by
forming a ring around It, could not
have heen less than 15 feel in diameter, according to Mr. Martin, and it
carried iis size throughout the tremendous height of some 350 feet.
Tills country is being opened up by
the Esqulmalt ^- Nanaimo Railway,
which Is to be in operation to Alberni
by duly next. The grade Is completed to within twenty miles of the
town Mr. Martin was much Impressed with the future possibilities
of Alberni as a resort for pleasure
seekers, and Believes that the boom
which the citizens are expecting will
he  f-istifiod.      The   party   was   enter-
(Continued on Pago _.ve
liorl Ij   bi
...i of the Wi   tml
1 I.        I 'i'i,   .1:    I     lv
present building  to  the   real   twenty
feel lni   ��� hop in
the front oi Iding will remain
being
Tl
TRUSTEES DETERMINE
MANY MINOR MATTERS
I shop
new addition.
New Smithy,
lere I al presenl a wareroom at
the rear .0x50 feel which will be in-
cludi d in thi blacksmith Bhop, making the room for I lii p . pot 10x50.
The presenl smithy will be remodeled
ami transfoi mi d Into ai ��� ��� mbling
room.
The extension of the building i.s the
���es ill of the gri al Increase in the
buslm e being done by the Westminster Iron Works, which has made it
necessary thai a special room be reserved for the putUng togethi r of the
machines made. Orders ha. e for
some time been pouring In from all
parts of the province for iron wick.
At the present time the shop is working on a large spiral steel stairway
for the Interior of a lower in the Vancouver Exchange building, six stories
in height, a task of considerable magnitude. A long lire esi ap,- ladder i-
being constructed tor a large building
in  Victoria.
Iron Work For Steamer.
The firm has also the supplying of
all the ironwork to be used in the
construction of the new rlvei steamer
Prince Royal, now on the ways of the
Westminster  Marine   Railway.
���    ha
plai e
plants
Wv tminsti flri
v ed upon ai
for the loc it lon ol one ol the
of the Iron lab Steel i omp iny, w bleb
thi J imes A Mo ir ��� idii i pi o-
posi   to consti ui t in Brl mbia
to prepare tin lr oie foi ilie iii ii ket
Yesl i daj a repri seni rtlve ol I he
: ii,... 11, M. Gibb vl Ited the
and looked o ��� i ��� bU ation,
purchasing from W. J. Kerr, Ltd.,
some lots in the West End. in course
of a com ersation with a ��� repri
sentati .'��� Mr. Gibbs said he �� ,- nol
In a position to make any statement.
lie would reporl to headu.ua! ters upon the result of his investigation, He
adn Itted that he was greatly impressed with the We p En 1 for the
purposes  of  the  company,
When   Mr.  Moore lift   for Seattle  he
gave instructions thai a sit,- ol I""
acres should be secured eithi r on
\ ancouver Island, or on the lowi r
mainland. Mr. Gibbs did not indicate whether the portion he has acquired in the Wesi End constitutes
part of the 100 acres required.
The head of the Western Steel Corporation Indicated when he came to
British Columbia recently thai the
establishment of a plant such as is
suggested  would bring a train of
.lohn ('lark, a farmer of Surrey, was
yeste-day  acquitted    In    thi   dl
. ��� brought by the pro-
viuclal game warden, ol having snot
ants oul ol eai on. In dl i
iiv case, Magistrate Pittendrigh
stated thai he believed that in this
case there had heen more perjury
than in any cai i hi had heard tor a
long time, a condition of things which
he cons Idei ed mo >! disgraceful. I le
consider, ,i thai po . Iblj ;i charge of
perjury might arise ll the guilt) per-
son could  be fixed upon.
The chief wfiness for the prosecution was a neighbor, J. Dow ling, who
stated that he had beard two gun
shots In the direction of Clark's
house, ami going In tbat dli eel lon saw
the defenduni enter his house with
a pheasant In one hand and b gun
the oilier. He was about sixtj yards:
away at the time and su-.v him distinctly. Witnesses for the defence
staled that Ihey had been close to the
defendant's house at the time and
had heard no shots fired, and Bwore
that the weather was so foggy al that !
time in ihe morning of the day of the
alleged occurrence that a man could
not be seen more than forty feel
awa... The defendant and his son
swine that  Clark had not been out of j
Makes His Trial flights at
St. Louis Before Crowds
Arrive.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 7.���Thousands
of spei tatoi thi iged the nai ural
amphitheatre, ni ar Ai thill, in Foi e I
pai k today, to see ���������- ,v were scheduled to be the flrst aeroplane flights
west p.i Daj ton, Ohio. B il the first
flight had all eadj been made long be-
fori tin crowd reached thi park,
Glenn ii. Curtiss ha\in. sto ��� a a
march  on    the   centennial    off! I
men and his fellow avia-
P" by making two short lest flights
shortly ..: ter daj break. Nol a dozen
p. ��� .-ays these performances,
whici, lasted only a few minutes each.
Curtii. di ove a biplane of the same
type which he had used ai Rheims,
in Iexcepi ��� ��� ip carried an engine of 25
horsepower, as against one of 50
horsepower In the foreign conquests
Spurred by his rival's success,
Francois Osemont, who is handling a
Farman machine, was busy this morning and testified his engine.
The dirigible balloons also were up
several times during the day. their
pilots giving the machines tryouts
for the formal tests Of Friday and
Saturday.
The pageantry    feature of    today's
de- i
his house at the time the shooting
was said to have taken place, nor for
some time afterward. Clark Informed
the court ihat  the informant  was an
NOTES   PROGRESS.
Trip
Short   Session   of   School   Board   Last
Evening���Holidays   Granted   to
Children   For   Fair.
The
ms is'
The regular meeting of the school
board was held last evening, all the
trustees being present except Trustee
Peebles. No business of Bpeclal importance came up for their consideration.
A communication from the superintendent of education conveyed the
Information that a holiday bad heen
granted the school children tor Wednesday and Thin sday afternoons, and
the whole of Friday next week, in
connection  with  the  fair.
Crushed rock Will he placed on the
paths at Ihe Central and Lord Kelvin schools.
The last room at the Lord Kelvin
schools, which came into use on October 1, according to a report from
the principal, started with an attendance of 22, bad now nearly -in, almost Its full capacity.
The boys attending the manual
training classes will be o.i hand certain hours each day next week in
iheir building at Queen's park to demonstrate what is being taught  there.
A  plan  for  railings to the Bteps at
Secretary   Wade     Returns   From
Up   Fraser   River
Secretary Wade of the board of
trade, returned yesterday from a trip
up the liver where he visited the
fairs at Mission and Langley, both of
which were largely attended and
proved successful. At Mission a
meeting of citizens was addressed by
the secretary, and by J, Manson, M.
P. P., at which the latter made several statements of importance to the
residents of that town. Mr. .Manson
told the Mission people that they
would shortly have a ferry across the
river, to be built by the provincial
government, and that a grant of $10,-
000 had been male for the purchase
of a school  site.
Mr. Wade was struck by the great
change in Mission since the spring,
caused hy the Improvements which
have heen made by the C. P. R- A
new station bas been built in the
Kast Knd. five lines of track have
heen laid at the junction, and a road
has been constructed to the hotel
from the station. Good progress is
also jeing made on the new C. P. R.
traffic bridge.
pendent industries, so that the location of the central plant must mean
much to any city where it may come
It is certain, however, thai a searching investigation will be made before
any particular city secures the prize.
Terms with the city councils will be
required as a bonus, and free watei.
with probably exemptions from taxation for a term of years.
unpleasant neighbor and that he
sidered the charge was merely
result of spite. In the lack of
ther evidence the magistrate
missed the charge.
con-
the
fur-
dis-
|centennial program was an industrial
parade. It illustrated with floats
the progress of manufacture and commerce during tbe 100 years since the
incorporation of St. Louis as a municipality.
NEW   TRUST   COMPANY.
Fraser Valley Business Men Organize
Company With $5,000,000 Capital.
BOY CONFESSES MURDER
TO SAVE HIS MOTHER
An additional road grant has been
made by the provincial government
for the improvement of the road to
Fraser Mills 'rom Sapperton according to a statement made to Secretary
Wade of the board of trade, by W.
Manson, M. P. P.. while at Mission
yesterday. Mr, Manson stated that
ii was proposed to put the road into
thoroughly gooi condition, as
ting a main artery into the city
Another local    trust    company has
been incorporated to he known as the
People's  Trust   Company,    Ltd..   with
head  offices in'this city.      The capital is fixed at half a million, divided
into 6000 shares and (tie directors are
E.   .1.   Fader,   president;   W.   J.   Kerr,
vice-president;   \V. il. Smith,  Ladner;
S.  A.  Cawley, Chilliwack;   R.  C.  Bar-
well, Chilliwack; and W. C. Curtis, of |kitchen
this city.     Horace O. Dorer is secre- bullet from a
tary-treasurer,  and   Whiteside   &   Ed-j right  temple
monds   solicitors.      The   Royal   Bank
are the company's bankers.
Its chief object is the formation of
a strong financial basis of a corporation devoting itself principally to the
rapidly growing agricultural interests
of the country, and the creation of a
sound lending and trust institution
commensurate with the development
of the vast fruit-raising and mixed
farming areas, now fast filling up
with an enterprising and progressive
agricultural population.
After  Court   Dismisses   Her  Case.
Tells Sheriff  He Did not Kill
His   Father.
He
Bellboys Must Not Carry Drinks.
Saginaw. Mich., Oct. 7.���Hotel bellboys in Michigan will have to stop
carrying beverages from the bar to
guests in their rooms, according to
Deputy State Factory Inspector
Frank Wood, who has announced that
his department believes the practice
bas a bad effect on the morals of the
boys. "There is a state statute
which makes it an offence to hire
boys to do anything which demoralizes their character." said Wood,
"and under it we are going to proceed. Ve are prepared to notify
hotel proprietors in the state that
  'boys loss than 21 years old must not
be allowed to serve drinks.."
Sidney, Nebr., Oct.  ..���Anton Krup-	
nicke  wus a wealthy farmer living a
few   miles  from  Sidney.      The  nlghi       French Warship Livestock Laden.
of June 29 he arose from his bed. got |    Xew York, Oct. 7.���When the three
|a drink of water and sat down at the  French warships    leave this    port to-
table.     While sitting there a ! morrow they will carry fifty-four Ken-
rifle was fired into his  tucky  hogs, nine fat Western  steeds,
producing    almost  in- 000 chickens and a quantity of geese,
Stant death. all   of   which   have   been   divided   be-
Mrs. Krupnlcke telephoned thej tween the three ships. French sail-
sheriff here that robbers had entered jors must have their fresh meat even
the house, stolen $700 and then killed while at sea, and each warship is
her husband. The money and the]fitted with livestock compartments
������ifle were found wrapped ir, Mrs. and a small but effective slaughter-
Krupnicke's apron and buried near house. The live stock is killed as
the stable. She was arrested charged  wanted and supplied strictly fresh to
befit-
the C
other
antral school was laid over
routine  business  transude
and|
1.
T.
Ition.
Ji
Be,
ar,
the
ilso
���asl
8118 UNCLAIMED
MESSINA'S RUINS
Six carloads of fruit from various
places east Of North thud have arrived via the C. P. R. toi exhibition
ai the fair next week.
last t
reasu
May
res    From
Go to th
the  Stricken
Italian Government.
Rome
I I
_il WH othe
IUil>'- Oct, 7���K  |
"OOiOOO 1,,  ,,������_  $
r securities,
Jewel.
b recovers I
of Messina  are  still
worth of
''Uin:
���aimed.
In addition
l��Van���er
GUVS? 4��w
k not h��o0ntaln
ai leas,   YY opened
s estimated
6,000,000   in
and $1,001),.
from
un
to the foregoing  there
deposit   of   ioo    strong
sealed    packages,
valuables,    which
representing
total    of
���.,,,   ,         the treas-
cathedral
Jl!?.tromthePS"n im'lm'p
Thl
T	
churches and
��� I banl|	
r^ti^ *"'���"  Simply  exeava
U in ���.. ;;.-m.;ii,���v, iound clutch
iiii.i,
till
mm
bo
s��d li,
'omen.
"His  ot
|''"-ally
, As il ,
""���ivits
frr'l>ertv
li,v.Hv"
Calmed T*
*h��i ,i,!nmm^Pd "K
li-rc
PIS,'.
eposll
unidentified
excavations
on Ooi. i,
will na-
Battle Anniversary Celebrated.
Charlotte, N. C, Oct. 7.���"King's
Mountain Day," the anniversary ��>
tin- battle of King's Mountain, s. C.,
in whieli 900 brave "mountain men
won a victory over the British forces.
numbering 1200, October i. 1789, during the struggle for Independence
from Great Britain, was liiiiugiy commemorated today in both South Carolina and Tennessee. On Ihe battle
field a monument which had been
erected by the L'nited Stales government at a cost of $30,000, was dedicated. At Fort Watauga, near Johnson City, Tenn., the point whence the
men under Campbell. Shelby and
vier started for King's Mountain.
Daughters of the Revolution
another monument.
ATTEMPT MADE TO
MURDER DUKE IN ROME
Cricket Grounds Question.
The adjourned meeting of the
Westminster cricket cluh w-ill be
held this evening to hear a report of
the special committee which interviewed the city council on Monday
with regard to the setting aside of
Moody  Square I'm   the club  pitch.
with murder. ^^^^^�������
Yesterday in coun Andrew, her 14-
year-old son, testified that it was he
and not his mother who shot his father. After the hoy had been sentenced to imprisonment for life the
case against the mother was dismissed. Then the hoy told the sheriff that he was not guilty notwithstanding his confession.
the officers and men.      Each French
battleship also carries two milk cows,
LAMER, IN COURT,
DECLARES CLIENT GUILTY
Attack Result of Fight He Has Waged
On   the   Order  of  the
Mafia.
Judge
bis
that
Se-
the
erected
Who  Did
following  Item
to
generally
lish
state
esta
the
impossible  for
���'I'iins   to   the
wlH     benefit
 It?
The following item has been Bent
out by the Vancouver correspondent
of the Western Associated Press, and
has gone the rounds of the eastern
press:
"Vancouver, Oct. 2.���Four reputable citizens of Mission Junction,
which lies directlv nortii of Mt Baker, on the Canadian side, announced
today that on Tuesdav afternoon tnej
plainly saw Mt. Raker In eruption.
A column of smoke was nol iced on
Sunday afternoon. On Tuesday powerful field glasses were secured
a huge and steady mass Of smo
and vapor could be seen coming
the eastern peak, followed hy I
outpour through the main top-
continued until nightfall, when a I'"'111
glare could be seen. Since
tbe summit of Mt. Baker
hidden by clouds."
and
from
greai
This
Tuesday
has heen
Koine. Oct. 7.���Angered al the relentless fighl which he had conducted
against the order of the Mafia, an unidentified man, supposed lo be a member of the society, stabbed the I'ukp'
of BonalntO, Sicilian member of Ihe
Italian parliament, as he was leaving
the capital yesterday. Although
condition Is serious, it is stated
the  duke  will  recover.
The duke had jusi stepped from
the capital when a man, with nn oath,
sprang from behind a pillar and plunged the dagger into the lawmakers
body. Before attaches could grab the
duke's assailant he had escaped. Bon-
alnto bas been usually active in bis
tight against the Mafia and it Is believed that the man was commissioned by tbe order to put an end
hlm. "
Requested  to  Change   Decision
Case  of  Man   Acquitted of
Violating   Ordinance.
Spokane, Oct. 7.���"My client is
guilty, and I ask the court to change
its decision in this case from not
guilty."      In these words Attorney F.
Interest in Big Series.
Pittsburg, Oct. 7.���With a world's
series games at hand. Pittsburg last
night had practically abandoned business and turned its attention to baseball and the world's series games,
which begin here this afternoon. The
Detroit American league champions
arrived here this morning and indulged in secret practice during the
day on Forbes field. The Pittsburg
team has already put in hours of secret work, and is resting until the
opening clash. Through Mie courtesy of the officials of Greater Pittsburg, Forbes field is being enlarged
to lake in a section of Schenlcv park,
a ciiy property. Bleachers ai. being
erected  on   the  park   slope.
which
milk.
supply  the officers' mess with
Reef.
Lost on a
San Francisco. Oct. 7.���A wireless
dispatcli to the Merchants' Exchange
from the Oceanic Steamship line
steamer Mariposa, bound from Tahiti
to this port, reports the loss of the
Norwegian steamer Ocean Queen on
a reef in the South Pacific.
Gould Divorce Decree Filed.
Xew York, Oct. 7.���The formal decree in favor of Mrs. Katherine Clem-
mons Gould, granting her a separation from Howard Gould, was filed
yesterday. The decree awards Mrs-
Gould .",000 a month permanent alimony and $GtiS3 costs. It was
that Gould would appeal.
said
11. Moore made
culiar requests
court for some
trial was Louis
of    the Industr!
one of the most pe-
heard In a Spokane
time. The man on
Gatewood, a member
al    Workers    of    the
lo
The machinery for the tug Nellie
G Thurston ls expected to arrive(today from the States by the Great Nor-
I1,',',,, Hallway, and will beinstalled
in the hull at once by Reid & Co. The
NelHe G. Thurston was formerly a
schooner, and was purchased hy E. J-
Fader.
pilal w
Mrs. A.
afternoon
arrangements
.\ special meeting of the Women's
auxiliary of the Royal Columbian bos-
1 be held at the residence of
M. Herring, sixth Btreet, this
at :i o'clock to make Anal
for the tea rooms at
���,e exhibition. All members are requested to be present.
World, and the charge was "street
speaking in contravention of a city
ordinance."
Both the prosecution and the defence asked for a verdict of guilty,
but Judge Mann of the police court,
before whom the case was tried, denied their pleas. The members of
the Workers of the World are anxious
to make a test case of this one, and
this probably Is the reason why their
attorney insisted on having Ids client
declared guilty.
Allan  Line Has  Been  Sold.
Montreal. Oct. 7.���The Witness
says definitely that the Allan line has
been sold for twelve million dollars,
but whether the buyer is the C. P. R.
or the G.  T.  V. is not  certain.
Mr. Taylor's Operation Successful.
London, Oct. 7.���George Taylor, M.
P., says that he derived great benefit
from his recent operation. The
doctors Informed him that it gave
him a ten years' longer lease of life.
WILL TEST SOIL OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Experiments   to
tralian   Fodder
Soil  by
Be   Made   With   Aus-
Plants   in   Canadian
Government.
Canadian Author Dead.
Waterford,   Ont.,  Oct.    7.���Rev.   A.
Murdoch. M. A. L. L. D., a well known
writer, died yesterday, aged 08 years.
HISTORIC
VESSEL
BURNED BY
FIRE
���The
BUG
Prince Albert, Oct. 7���The old
steamer "Marquis" used at the time
of the rebellion In 1885, to carry the
troops from Battleford to this point,
was burned here tonight. The old
boat has been lying on the bank of
the river since the rebellion. It was
built in Grand Rapids and brought
here by Major Swinford. The fire Is
thought to be incendiary.
Famous   Composer   Dies.
West Orange, N. J��� Oct. 7.���Dudley
I Buck, the organist and composer, died
i suddenly at the home of his son here
yesterday.      He had just returned after a two-years'    absence in  Europe.
Mr. Buck was 70 years old.     He was
born in Hartford, Conn., and was educated in the    Lelpsic    conservatory.
He composed the cantata sung hy 800
voices at the opening of the Centennial    in    Philadelphia    and    became
famed as a composer of church music.
Ottawa, Oct. 7.���Canadian Trade
Commissioner Ross, at Melbourne, reports that a proposal has been made
there to send Australian fodder plants
to British Columbia where the climate and soil are thought to be suitable for their cultivation. It is probable that next spring experiments will
be made to test the adaptability of indigenous Australian plants to British
Columbia   soil.
To Help With Canadian Navy.
Ottawa,  Oct.    7.���Lieut.   R.    V. T.
Stephens,  an    imperial    gunnery expert, is coming to Ottawa to assist in
the  construction    of    the
navy.
Canadian
C. H. S. Wade, secretary of the
board of trade, on Saturday will address a meeting of the Langley municipal council by request of the reeve
and councillors, on matters affecting
the district. Tonight Mr. Wade will
address a meeting of the Haney
board, at which Mr. Manson, M. P. P-.
will also speak.
The monthly meeting of the Trades
and Labor Council will be held this
evening, owing to the regular date-
falling in fair week. C. O. Young, organizer of the American Federation
of Labor, will speak, and the meeting
will be throVn open to all union
men.
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LOST.
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FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL.
^
me
BUSINESS. FRATERTJAL.  ETC.
If a man had geld do'lars to sell a   fifty certs and did rot let the people know anything about it, he would not se I any.      You  must ��ell  the people what ycu have to sell, why they shc.'d
thing of the value you offer then- in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because  we have been a long time  in  businaia  everyone  muH of  n cetl
wares.       Use   the   advertising   columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the timet.
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���   loi   757,  Lulu   i
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WANTED ::      ABOUT     SIX-
���'.
v Apply al on   , '.'.'
i
D    LADY    TO     WORK     I
i durli     ��� '������'���.
��� ��� twee ri 10
in..   Tin.
ro   RENT���SEVEN-ROOM    IH.   _i_,
,    ath   v. per month.     a ply
Mowatl stre< t, 230 Eleventh stn et
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO LET ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
.       ��� ���   ���     .  p
!.: rary, 207ti
It.  T.  PRINCE���AUDITOR  AND
conntant (successor to C. Ham: i   i
collections  and  storekeepers'
of account a specialty; agi nt fo   I
Hall Safe Co.   Office: Room 7. Ham.
bly block, P. 0. hox 795,
\H ORGANS 1UNED AND
:    - !      .Al.l h    I.N   UKO- -������-  1(���. ,,  , ,-   .   R     ,.
Ihl' pUre |,M"1 M ; .  Bac,    city,      A Um
ry, P. ii   Box Ml. illnl_
I'll Kit. AP-
;     ��� and
��� i   \V. Mc-
Li -
WANTED���GIRL     FOR     GENERAL
',    small   faro ly;  no -
. nci a required.    Ui
i    ���   Ea ��� B ,i nahy. en I of dty -
line, -:   '���
WANTED���SHINGLE      BOLTS
trad    of    cedar suitable    fo   bolt-
cutting.       See   us  if     yOU   v. tO
dispose  of  your  cedar.      Westmin-
; ter Mill Co., Ltd., P. 0. Box I
New Westminster, B. C.          2-5-6
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  _ CO.
i   tate and  Insur ince Agi nts -
���' ty,  farm  an 1   s iDurban  property,
260 Ci luml la Bin et.
HALE BROS. �� CO., LTD.. REAL Estate and In trance, Phon,- 335. 186
Colum iia itn et, P. O. drawer 100.
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP-
R.    J.    McNeil.      Over   T     ' '
blacksmith shop  on   Eight]
Can lilt, i i
ed.     All woi _ guaranti
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.  N   DRAPER,   B.  C.   LAND  si i;
Ellard  'dock, New    Wt   I
ister, B. C.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. .1. A   STANDISH, AN  EXP
i ni ed  as I   fi- t-cla       di
has opi ned up dre smaking pari
In  Room  14,  Smith  block,  625  Co
lumbla street,   A trial requi ;-" I.
LIVERY   STABLE.
: UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
> S        PICTURE        POS.
���   on  ��� tie    at M   M ���
J. G. Ga        -
r Mi'
Fair,' i lolun
���
''��  5T0RE
���" '- '-^ih
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phon.  3S4.
WANTED���TO
nished  ho I s,
RENT,      A
Apply Xew,
PUR-
Offlce.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia Btreet,
phone  R278.    The  place  where  the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed  In.    Goods ca
for and delivered.
MACHINE   WORKS.
TII     SCHAAKE MACHINE  WORKS.
Limited,  Front street,    New  Westminster.     M imil vi irers of I i
saw and    shingle    mill m ich nerj
Mill  iilants  and specifications  prepared.
��� PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE A  EDMONDS, HARRIS
��� i      and       ���'! Itors,   Wi
Tr;; | C lumbla street   .\- ������-.
\\i Btmlnsti r.    w. .1. Whiteside,  '���
I.   i:      ��
STENOGRAPHY _ TYp-^
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
.   hoys in B.C. Cigar Factory at once.
PACIFIC REALTY TO. (McADAM &
Irwini, phone 4:Y P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. .Money
to  loan,  714  Columbia Btreet.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply  this Offli -.
FOR  SALE.
HORSES FOR SALE���HAVING Received more horses from our logging camps than we can use. we
offer for sale four fine draft horses
weighing over 1500 pounds each.
Small & Bucklin Lumber Co., City.
230-.
FOR SALE���NEW 25-FOOT PLEAS-
nre 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 office 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.
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 328.
MONEY  TO  LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
' tl ding purposes, Appl-. Dr, A. D
Buchanan, P. 0-, New Westminster.
WADE, WHEALLER .. McQUARRIE
(F. ('  Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G.   McQ iiv   '.     Solicitors,   barrl
ters, etc .  12 Lome Btreet,
courthouse,       New      Westminster,
fPhone      1 13.        Vancouver     Offl
Rooms   20   and   21,   William
lng,  413 Granville str. t. corner ol
^Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon hlock, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
t.1
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of motinmentai tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Co:iimhia street,  New  Westminster.
I
THEATRES,
���      fSTAL   1
'
Mi nd
THE EDISON .
Colum la
��� .   vi-   ���
Prog :
daj  tnd 1
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRU11,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.,   Burnaby   Lake���Kor    healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 415.
FURNITURE
W. E, FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertak- r,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING  & DECORATING.
11. HUDSOX, WALL PAPER. ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsorninlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New  Westminster.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRE8S FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, p. o. Box 142- Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth Btreet.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 1H meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
TAILORS.
GALVIN.  LADII
lorlni.'.      A l
Ing jus; In
ing and i v R_oh ,
block.    1 ���'��� '      ���    ��� _'     sill
and 26. Clarksi n Bl
ROYAL f'AFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup. _��h. boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
(WESTMINSTE ���: WOODWOiU
Co., hank. :'. store Sttt
cabinet,  bi iir,   -    fcuei _s
and detail work. Desizr? s:d4
mates  fun I J. BrootaJ
prietor.      Work-: Cor.*.- _fl(
and car line.    P. 0. bc_.';
473.
EVIDENCE AT ENQUIRY
SHOCKS ALL QOEC
OBJECTS TO WOMEN
IN BANK OF ENGLAND
Well   Known   Physician     is     Held  on
Chnrge of the  Murder of His
Wife.
Shareholder    in    Historic    Institution
Claims They Cannot Keep a
Secret.
Quebec, Oct. 7.���According to Judge
Vallee some very sensational evidence
has been taken hy bim in an enquiry
which he has held at Grand River,
Ga pe County, Into the canst, of tbe
death of Selanire Lafontalne, wife of
Dr, J. :.]. Samson, lhe result, of which
the doctor Is about to stand trial on
arge oi wilful murder. It is also
reported thai poison has been disco ered In the body of the deceased,
which had been previously Interred.
Francois Lafontalne, one of the witnesses examined, declared that Ur.
Samson had spoken to him of bis
wife, Selanire Lafontalne, some time
before her death, being very angry
and excited al times, He said: "If
the devil were to take her, it. would
be good riddance, the old cow. it'
you will take her up to one of the
capes and push her down over, i will
give you $100."
Witness added thai after death of
deceased he spoke of bis good wife
and of what fearful mistakes he had
made, and when reminded of his
former conversation, Samson had said
he had been simply talking foolishness.
According to evidence of Dr. Dernier, who was called in hy Dr. Samson
to attend the latter's wire, the medicine that had been given Mrs. Samson when given lo a dog resulted in
the lealh Of the atiUnal half an hour
late..
London, O'-i. 7.���A curious protest
was made this week against the employment, of women clerks in the Bank
of England. One of the shareholders
raised the subject, at the halfyearly
meeting  of  the Court, of Governors.
"They should not be here," he said.
"Women ought, not to be in this establishment. They cannoi keep a
secret. You know they cannot. It
is impOH'ible."
"I cannot, think the Bpeaker is
right," said It. E. Johnston, the governor, "in saying that lady clerks
should not be employed at the bank.
They are well adapted for the work
they have to do."
SenUto Approval i
To Rkspon.trt a Piwitt.   ��� I
POPE   EXCOMMUNICATES
CITY  FOR   INJURING BISHOP
Rome, Oct. 7.���The pope, through
the consistorlal congregation pronounced personal and general ex-com-
miinieaiion against all inhabitants of
the city of Adrla and Its suburbs for
severely injuring Bishop Soggianl, of
that diocese, with sticks and stones
during the recent anti-clerical demonstration  there.
This Is the first general ex-com-
iniinicatlon of a city during the present pontificate.
To Responsiblb Peopm}
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
Cfee InK Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Thus
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
V)
OlMTJUd
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Poii
paid
I. any
address
Guggenheim  Starts  New Charity.
New York, Oct. 7.���An organization known as the George Washing-
Inn fund, has been successfully
launched to help stranded and worthy
Americans abroad to get back home,
nnd worthy Germans stranded he:-e
to gel baok to the fatherland. The
fund was organized on board the
North German Lloyd liner George
Washington, on its way here from
Bremen, and was suggested by Isaac
Gugenghelm, of the mining and smelting family.
Br tnVttO Mail i,c Kxtiu.
Iluttralions are Exact Sill
r ,iS""1 guaranteed
full UKi. solid:Gold���cut
| pu ri_lit hauil may be had
In   eft.be. our  etandard
Wack opiKjne pattern, or
N'JU-lirenkalile tranapai-i
ent, ns deaired, eitlii-r lni
plain or engraved tniiali
| as preferred.
To,, m��)'try il,l�� ,,������, ���mk
If ynu ,l��� l.t.t fin J il o, re|,ro.|.ul��_   I
Bl.oiier article ti,����� y'������ c,��� ,���.'
I ere for tiiiik r,_u tiii, mtlt
,�������� in any i,i|,���r i���,,��� |[ ������,
|  entirely   ��.l���f��,l���ty |��� ���.,���.
���I'i'i'l rot,nn Hand ue will (c���,i
you .1.10 for ll.
Cut 01. n��� |, our f,m��.ii unil
r���,,������r Bn, On i,,k ..,ni, ���
complete leik proof lri���,i,|,l,. ���,���y
Ik, r��r���.,I ,r, ,���y poilHon if,
(incliot i'i Rlo>|Tj,iK 1,RL., ��,i(rl (1|
| any am-!,, ���t firat t .ni-1,. n,||.
num during) feed, irldlom
polnl, pollthet! rulnani/eii m_ln>r
raw,   t,.,rs r���t,a   |i���j,|,      n,.,,,]
everywlmr.   for  MM,.       Amnli
|  Wlnled     Wrllo for l���-������,    ��'���,���
' now "leit you forfct."    AddrUI
'Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
Ma.estio Bldg.,
Detroit. M|-h
S.S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will leate
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner westham Island and way ports, returning
to Xew Westminster on following
day. Saturday, returning same evening.
Additional    trip    Monday    morning
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston a3
business warrants.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
Ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager
f
Canadian Pacific
Railway Co.
Three Trains Daily
WITH       FIRST-CLASS      PULLMAN
TOURIST   AND   DINING   CAR
Imperial Limited leaves at ..9:05 a.m.
Atlantic  Express  leaves  at 7:00  p.m.
St. Paul Express at 2:10 p.m.
For reservations and ether information
C B. POSTER, E. GOULET,
G. P. A., Vancouver.     CP.R. Agt.
FRONT  STREET
is the place to buy or sell  new
second-hand goods of anv  kind,
have nearly
and
We
100 DOZEN JELLY MS
for 40c per doz.
which we are oflerin
They are new.
;    We also have a splendid
of
large case
ff Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
|for snle at a bargain.
We can't begin  to' toll you all  we
teheUrU0r.rtt6rWhatmWaht'
Alex. Speck
SECOND. HAMD   STORE.
Columbia St.     -Man on the Wheel.
Fi
Westminster
Transfer to.
office 'Phone us.     Barn   .none 13/
Columbia  Street
Baggage   dellvereu    promptly   to
any part or the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT,
DISSOLUTI
PIANO SAU
CHANGE IN PARTNERSHIP.
Must have money to provide for large payments.
Entire stock of Pianos placed on sale.
Owing to the change in the ownership of our business, we have decided
to greatly reduce our present large stock of Pianos, most of which were sent
us for Exhibition purposes, comprising over eighteen different makes, and are
offering them to the public at prices ranging from $175, $200, $210, $^<
etc., for some of our well-known makes of New Pianos fully guaranteed.    ,
GRAND PIANOS FROM $490 UP for the best European and AmjJ"
can makes. You can not afford to miss this opportunity of seen ring a riw
grade GRAND PIANO at a less price than the other firms ask for an Upri.^
Piano.
THERE HAVE BEEN OTHER PIANO SALES, but none where the
prices have been cut down so low. Our stock is too large. We need uw
money and profits have been sacrificed.   The purchasers are the gamers.
HEINTZMAN & CO. PIANOS-There is only one genuine Hemtznw'
& Co. Piano.   You can only buy this from us.   PRICES BELOW COS I.
WE  SELL ON  EASY TERMS, BUT WE  GIVE   EXTRA  SPECIAL   DISCOUNTS  TO SPOT
PURCHASERS.
Our sale commences today at the Exhibition
New Westminster, and at our warerooms jn
couver.
Dyke, Evans & Co<
i��' ���'', OCTOBER 8. 1909.
TIIE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE.
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IS   A
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ON
TION SITUAT
HE SEA COAST.
Our refinery expert assures us that when our refinery is in operation we can pay
ST~>.-  K4j&k. BE. r.' '._".
n    ��... Y   ..'!_.   ' .  If_
X. > _3   IY   f
We own 800 acres of choice oil land.    We have a producing oil well under lease for five years.
Safe
^__t/
_ I.
*-���__���:
rmanent
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.
Bs   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.
614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
PHONE   MAIN  5865.
PHONE 4327.
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i
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
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Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
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re have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CHAIVIEERLIN, The Jeweler
S��U AGENTS LONGINE'S  AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES
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^al Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
|nd 'a3|l'r00'11 house-  nine full   sized   lots, frame    stable    and  hen   house:
iL,3   under Cu't v_ti_n, directly back  of the   Brunette Sawmills Offlc*, a
,0ck n��^ of Columbia  street.
For What?   Just Think!
iMvelv\ HSh' balance ?3�� Per m��nth on term8 to be arranged.    Exclu-
sale bV McQUARRIE  &  CO.,  Front  Street.
BOASTED CIVILIZATION
IS REALLY BARBARISM
NO HOPE TO OFFER
FOR ENGLISH TONGUE
World   Is   Moving   Toward     Polygamy
Very  Rapidly Says Chicago
Professor.
Chicago, Oct. 7.���That wc are still
living in a barbaric age; that polygamy flourishes on all sides of us an 1
the story of Adam and Eve living in
the garden of Eden as man and wife
is just a pretty myth, and that the
present day marriage ls a failure, was
the text of a lecture delivered to the
students in political economy at the
Lake Forresl university by Professor J. J. Halsey today.
Th,. various attempts of society to
pretend it wis living in a state of
monogamy were ridiculed by Prof.
Halsey on the ground that lt was a
very poor Imitation. He said even
the stealing of wives, which was
common among Borne of our prehistoric ancestors w,,s still Indulge! i,
in a mild ir form by young men who
ran away with young girls and married them without knowledge of thi li
parents.
Prof. Halsey began his lecture bj
Baying that the standard of conduct
and the natural trend of Boc/etj to-
d ,\  is toward polygamy.
Chicago   Professor   Is   Positive   It  Can
Never   Become   the   Language
of the World.
Chicago. Oct. 7.���"The English language can never become the world
language. It is too cumbersome. Its
idiosyncrasies are greater than those
.of any other language. Other wor
'languages present similar absurdities.
The universal language of the future
iis not spoken  today.''
This was the opinion expressed today by Prof. C. P. L. Van Steenders.
of Lake Forest university. He is a
native of the German-Holland border
line.
J "The only advantage of having but
one language if for social, commercial
i find   intellectual   purposes,"   he   said.
There   is   only  one   solution   for   the
problem. The universal language musl
he worked out and its qualities musl
be logic, ease and lack of exception."
CANAOIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
CLAIM ALIEN LABOR
LAW IS VIOLATED
American   Engineers   Said   to   Be   Employed on Canadian  Railways
Out  West.
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You Can   Make   No   Mistake *
' you fii
Hymn
your numerous wants    for
Book
n9 usua
      ...     Stationery,    Books,    Bibles.
. Magazines, Foreign  News  Papers, and In  fact any-
w      ly carried in a flrst-clas9 Stationery Store.
dleman-s ^ d""iCt fr��m the manufacturers for spot cash, no  mid-
^ney..,,!!"^ to be added and therefore we can show you some
"9   prices
Th -*.
y��u require" En,a"Sh  Churcn Hymn Book8 are now In stock.    Dc
TODHUNTER & BURR
tellers, Stati,
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Sucr.e88ors to J. j. MACKAY & CO.
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FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Daily at 11 p.m. direct
and 10 a.m. via Victoria.
;    To  Victoria���Daily at  10  a.m.  and
To  Alaska���Every   Saturday   at  U
P To Prince  Rupert���Every Saturday
* To Queen Charlotte Island���Second
and 16th of each month.
To  Nanaimo.   Union,  Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Saturday
at 8 p.m.
To  Nanaimo���Daily at 2  p.m.
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser rivw to Chilliwack
ad way points���Steamer Beaver
saves Westminster at 8 a.m. on Monday Wednesday and Friday; return-
in.''leaves Chilliwack at 7 a.m. on
-JLsday Thursday and Saturday.
'or'further  particulars call  or ad-
__r__B_l
ED   GOULET, Agwnt,
New Westminster.
Edmonton,    Alta.. Oct.    7.���Considerable  agitation   is  arising  in  engin-
, eering circles over the persistent em-
p ployment  of   American   engineers  by
certain  Canadian  railroads,    The Canadian Society of Civil Engineers are
preparing   to   investigate   and   probe
|to a finish this violation of the alien
| labor laws and expect to bring about
the prosecution  of  the violators.
Some years ago there was a very
thorough investigation which resulted '
In the deportation of a large number
of men holding positions of responsibility with Canadian corporations.
The society has actual proof that af
ter the above-mentioned deportation
occurrvjd no less than nine of the deported engineers were immediately
re-engaged and put to work in their
old positions on Canadian roais and
in many cases, it is claimed, Americans have been employed where Canadians have been deliberately refused work.
or
C. B. Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B. O.
MAKE YOUR AP. cAl to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
Queen's Park
New Westminster, B. C.
October 12,13, 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   PLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.    NEW   WESTMINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2  p.m. Tuesday,  October 12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER  13th���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.
T. J.   TRAPP,
President.
W.  H.  KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
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PISH COMPANY
The Xew Up-to-Date
Fish Store
Sail and Pepper Shakers
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:Opp.   City  Hall!
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cii culatlon    ol  banl
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CHICKENS
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APPLES.
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646 C lumbia Street.
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A GENUINE HONEY-    fi SALE!
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SANITARY CLOSETS
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Now   is your  opportun.ty  tc   gel
or is it a Brussels you want?    W*
v.ill surprise and please you.
See  us at once for bargains   in   Bi-j.
Tapestry  Rugs, Flannelette  Blankets
WE   HAVE   THE   8ELI
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LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Al  the same time it is, worthy ot '���������::��� jiktv,.,    ,-,.-   ; 1 v.77.".:ii;.       Ti,.-   t-ital
tion in this connection th - as ��� v an i i,284,640, naving been
gn amouni  of note.  In incn ised durinf   tbe month  bj   .--'���
tion   during   August   was $74 .-���:;-. 395,586, and being at the same time
an increase oi $597,395 foi thi  month, $124,766,147  ir,  excess of  those of a
aftei   touching    which    ther,   was a par ago.     Tte assets exceed the to-     Take notice that an application h
' '     -tlon ol ,2.481,161      Th,  great- ta, liabilities     public by $185, J-made ^reg.st.r^l ar.^Ketch-
est amouni    of    notes  in  circuiation 565,937.      In this we have a reliable <jer a tax Bali   deed from C. C. .ishei
this  year exceeds    thai  ol    August, indication oi the solidity and strength to Frederic  VV. Howay and Robie L.
1909,  by $2,678,191.      As  October is, of our chartered  banks. |Reid, hearing date the 1st day of Ue
generally, the banner month of the
j eai, i regard banl n ite circulation, -���'..- have yel two months to experience before we can ascertain the
h:_!.������ ��� figure of the current year, bul
from present indications it is quite
safe to say that the year 1909 will be
il/,- banner one in this respect. De-
poi il continue to expand and arc
now al the highest point yet reached.
Those on d'-mand in Canada were in-
A CORRECTION.
cember, A. D., 1.0_, of all and singular   that   certain   parcel     or   tract   of
[land and premises situate, lying and
i paragraph ap- being in the district of   New  West-
of    yesterday, ImlnBter' ln the   provi;"
t< arrange your booking at this offlce
whether you intend to travel or �� '��� I
log for .'" ir friends.
From  Montreal  and Quebec.
Empress  of   Ireland    October  2
Empress of Britain  . .   . .  November 5
For other dates and particular.- apply to
K. QOULET,
C. P.  H. Agent.
PLUMBING
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers tn All Kma" ol
L.-mber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash
Interior Finish,     I timed Work,    E
Fish and Fruit Boxe..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glasj,
Doottl
I-IC.
By the  wordin-  of
pearing  in  our issue  of    y'esterday, \f,Btel[ ln tlie   ^Y'Y ",'    S?^
Columbia, more particularly known
undei the heading of Acceptance and _escrij,ed as Lot 13 of Block 13
Stamp Swindle," the Impression may of Lot 201, Grouii 1. Murray's Ad n-
have  been  conveyed  that   the  West-Ition, north half of Lot 1-1 of block 13.      T
ter Trust company i,ad bus- ��(onLot l'ui- Grou"i- M"r''��>"s Aden- \Yorks and General
tained  certain    losses    in  connection j   ��you ftnd thos(, cIaj,,:inL,  through  or
with  bogus    cheque    transactions  al   under you  ami  all   persons  claiming
Seattle.      That  this was not so will  any inn-rest in the said land by  vir-
creased    from    July    by    $6,841,930, j,.lVl.  ]J(J,.n apparent  to  most  people, tue of   any unregistered instrument.
whirl, I,ron.1,1 nt, i-hotr rr.t-ii tnin'it. , ,      , .     ., ,, and all persons claiming anv Interest
which brought up their tote  to ,- ,   because  the  fact   of    these  cheques jn th��� ��ld ,.in(,   b    ^J    w|)(is,.
397,6,9, and    compared    with a year being   marked    as    accepted  by  the title is not registered undei  the pro-j
ago  there is an  increase of $52,450,- Westminster Trust Company does not   visions of the "Land   Registry  Act.';
442.     Those on time in Canada were involve them in any    loss whatever. are required to contest the claim of j
Increased  during   the   month   bi   $6.-   i.  .  ~  ~, f_-<   ,,.,."v,���_i���  ���t-lhe tiix    Purchaser    within forty five'
Steam and Gas Fitting, Sheet  Metal
Repairs.
JOBBING  PROMPTLY ATTENDED
TO.     PHONE   586.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining!
Royai City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Weitminiterl
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As a matter of  fact the business of
total  $472,591,- this flourishing arid substantial finan-:cation  0f this notice, and in  default
in  Canada  cia) concern ls conducted In much too 'of a caveat jr certificate of lis pen-  Coi*.   Eighth   and  Carnarvon
254,002,   making  their
818,       The   tola
amounted to $700,989,497 on Augusi
31, having been Increased during the
month by $12,095,932 The total
amouni exceeds thai of
by $117,560,356. With
increase the banks will have considerable difficulty in finding profitable
employment for the funds at their
disposal, and on thai account commercial loans will be easily secured
and ao tightness in the money market may he looked for as long as the
presenl condition of affairs exists.
Deposits blsewhere than in Canada,
which are $70,807,66., were Increased
from July by $6,292,297, but compared
with Ugusl of lasi year then. ls a
Tailing of $1,846,611. The aggregate
depositu in Canada ami elsewhere
now amount to the larg,. sum
$771,797,159, being an increase
$18,388,229 from July and one of $115,-
713,746 over August of lasi year.
With tin's large Increase in deposits we
days from the date of the first publl-
MERMTHEW & IIA.VSAT
a   manner   to   admit   of
its dens being filed
, , . ,   or   in   default   of
or credit be.ng misused m such  ���.uist���lUon| you and ea,,, of you wlH
way as suggested.      We regret, that
careful
fund.'
a
within     ich   period
redemption before
be    forever    estopped and
yeai   ago  any mistaken idea as to the effect of ;from  setting  up any  claim
this   larg ���   these   frauds  should   have   been   con-   respec
veyed by our announcement.
CAT AND THE FIDDEE
PLEASES LARGE AUDIENCE
Nondescript       Dramatic       Production
Makes  Hit  With   Local
Theatregoers.
debarred
to or ln
of the said land, and I shall
register    Charles Ketchum as owner,
thereof in fee.     And I hereby direct
that  publication    of    this  notice  tor.
thirty -lrys in a daily newspaper pub-1
lished  in   Xew   Westminster  will   be
'good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated al  the Land Registry Ollice,
New   Westminster.   Province  of   Brit-
jish  Columbia,  this  28th  day  of  September, A. D. 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Henry Young, Esq., John Uren,
Esq. 228-30
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
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NOTICE.
"The   Cat   and   the   Fiddle,
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, as confectioners and  tobacconists  in  thp  city
which
of  held   the   boards   at   the   opera   liouse
of  last evening, played to a packed and
uproariously appreciative house.   The
production is  a nondescript   form  of Of  New  Westminster,  British  Colum-
ihe  drama   resembling   a   cross    be hla, under the firm name of Innes &
tween   a   comic   opera   and   a   panto- Reid, has this day been dissolved  bv
turn   for  purposes  of  comparison,  to mime,  with  a dash  o; the burlesque mutual  consent.    All debts owing to
currenl loans.     During August these ;"llown ln- -,llst w'lat it was all about the said  partnership are  to be paid
were increased  bv % ja 622   rn-ikir.   ll   wcmltl  lluv<'  been  hard for anv of to the undersigned Ira A. Reid at 75_
ihei,-   tei.i     .-.���/,-.",'���'. ',"''"", ��� I1''*  audience  to  have  told���but  they Columbia  street  in   the  said   citv  of
""    -v.. i..,,..;     Which  ex-(all enjoyed it.   It didn't matter a very I New   Westminster,   and   all   claims
great deal whether they knew what it against tbe said partnership are to be
was aobut. or not.    In fact, it was best presented  to the said Ira A.  Held by
when   you   didn't  know   what   ii   was whom the same will be settled.
eeeiis   the
ex-
amount  of  a   year  ago   by
$26,169,742,      The total loans in Canada lack $157,834,834, of the total de
posits  in   Canada,   which     large  sum
has  to Le employed    in    other direc-lt'iv
tions io make a proper return. Loans
elsewhere   than   in   Canada   were   reduced during the month by $2,091,948
which   broughl   down     their   total   to
$30,661,437,   showing   an    increase   of
���6,931,621    for  tbe    twelve    months.
With   regard    to  these    loans  it  Is
worthy   of   attention   thai tbey are
$40,146,226  below  the amount  of deposits elsewhere than iii Canada The
large   excess   of  deposits   over   loans
calls for the employment  of the surplus In other directions, and loans on
<:all  are  resorted lo.      Those In Canada an- $66,680,172, having bee,.  Increased during  the month  by $2,077,-
118,  and   exceeding   those  of    -,,  year
ago hy $17,168,602,     Those elsewhere
are   $120,669,609,  an   increase  of  $5,-
973,972  from  July,  and    one  of   .57,-
M-i,ii.',i.      Tin-    month's    increase  in
call loans was $7,061,090, and that for
the twc'.M' months, $76,063,139.   The
combined currenl  loans and loans on
call  are $20,641,378 less than  the aggregate   deposits'!     Balances due to
hanks and    agencies    in  the    United
Kingdom   were    reduced    during  the
month by .x-,r>N7. the amount shown
to be due to them being $4 624 929,
which compared vviih a year ago is a
reduction of $652,592, The balances
due those banks is $6,658,665, showing a    reduction   of   $3,882,088 from
aboul. What words there were to go
along with the scenery and the cos-
were mostly quite inapposite,
and the singing was of the sort that
niade anybody with a pretension to!Witness:
a  musical  ear glad  when  It was over. GL'O
But   it   wasn't   the   singing   that   the   	
audience enjoyed, il was the contln-j
uai changes of scenery and the won-1
dering what was to come next. The
scenery, although its effect was some-1
what marred by the smallness of the i
stage, was good; what's more there
was lots of it, and it was extremely I
skillfully handled, the transitions being some of the best ever seen in this j
opera  house.
Dated  this  2nd  day of October   A.
D., 1909.
IRA A.  REro,
WM. J, INNES,
L. OASSADY.
"The Milwaukee
'The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansai City to Chicago.
N'o trains in the service on any
railroad in the workl that equal In
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
wn and operate their own sleeping
ind dining oars on all their trains and
Tive their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder. Po-.and. Or
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW8
Sporting Goods
DUCKS    AND     DEER,  ETC.,
A number of Egyptians who have
been figuring at the Paystreak at the
Seattle exposition arrived In the city
yesterday, and will open fortune telling parlors at the local paystreak at i
the provincial  exhibition  next week.   |
THE  SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING
OPENED  ON   SEPTEMBER 1.
orIpoRt?n.�����QUIREMENTS ,n the gun- AMMUN.T.ON
_wn  . ��_       �� G����   S UNE' AS   WE   ARE    CARRYING  A    FULL
AND COMPLETE  STOCK  AT   LOW PRICES
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
How About
Your Exhibition Suit?
Are you Prepared FvJ
This Big tall
WE ARE IN A POSITION
TO FIT YOU WITH *
SUIT. STYLE THE i-"
EST. AND MADE FR0D
THE VERY NEWEST NEW
FALL FABRICS. SL'lTS
THAT ARE TAILORED TO
FIT. THEY WILL PIT
YOU IN A CLASS WITH
YOUR WELL AND NEATLY DRESSED NEIGHBOR.
HE SECURED HIS SUIT
HERE.        BUY   EARLY.
PARDON US, BUT ONE
OF OUR NEW TIES OR A
SHIRT WOULD ADD TO
YOUR DRESS. WE HAVE
JUST RECEIVED THE
NEWEST IN       THESE.
LOOK AT OUR WINDOW.
IN   HATS  WE   EXCEL.
J. EUGENE BROWN V CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re 14-110 acres of portion of sec-
lion fui, block 6, north raiigu 0, west
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 5667F issued In
tho name of Island Lodge No. 21, I. O.
O. F-, has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date "f the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, lssuo
a   duplicate   of    he   said   certificate,
unless   in
tlon be mad,.
������. meantime valW obH
District Re#3tr*r��WB_
Land Registry Ofl , New "
ster, B, C, September "
DIEBOID MFE MD IH *
CANTON. OHIO,
Prices given on ^AY��l,s^
Burglar proof and other safes.
doors;   locks, etc.        -iirNeTT, Ac-
Agent,   H.    J.    A.    *U��   box*91
countant and auditor. .
TRADE   WITH   US  AND   SAVE   MONEY
Three Packages Carnation Flakes for.
Three Packages Canadian Flakes for..
Puff Rice, per package	
BREAKFAST FOODS.
$1.00
1.00
.10
.25
.20
Cream of Wheat, per package	
Meat of Wheat, per package	
Lake of the Woods Breakfast Food, 6-lb. sack
35c each, 3 for  ,,.,,
C. A. WELSH, The People's Grocer. Phones 193 and 443.   SappertoaJPhSBS^
1.00
nQ FR|DAV
OCTOBER 8.  1009
THE   DAILY
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fAOE K1VE.
SPORTING NEWS
Bis Sale of House Furnishings This Week.
Get ready for the Fair.
Sheeting, quilts, blankets, curtains, t; ble linens and napkins on
gale this week at special cut prices.
Call and sec what we are offering.
WE CAN SHOW VOU
the best line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
mMiT MI4T II-TF        lfl.fi QTU'iiiur ni.niiTr Large assortment just arrived.   Best value, lowest prices.
MJI Mttl Jtrr        LUt.U-blAMDlNG DISPUTE A great variety of Grass, Rati d Bamboo goods ci ri
  be seen on our floors.   Everything in Home Furnishings
at astonishing prices.
���      fHAT JOHNSON       PLAN TO SEHLE
ports     Beginning   to   Think
t the   Big  Fight  Will   Not
Materialize.
West-rii-r er La 'Pub Leaves  It
to President  and  Secretary to
Settle With O'Connell.
WE   SELL   FOR   LESS.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
''      :   - Easti i ii  .portal] pv, in in thai
��� i  i   be    p.    flghl   for the
championship    bei ween
and Jack Johnson.
A i                   v am from   Pal li   thai
:   ;, ol   .150,000
p igether wil h John on's
tion    that    he  would
of  any   p pp e
partlallj   confirmed  the
big  men
' ��� ��� i
 ; the .ues-
tl ���:..
i     and
,    p:.   I      i   .      1     ..ii
tl   lie   will    lni I ���!   upon
.   term demand   b
: plon poi tlon ol any strike.
o -.. the Australian pro-
Lond      a before lasi
for  Paris  to sei   J [frii     i nd  further
..i    bid   i i foi   the
Al the same time Jeffrie s lefl
foi   London    and    thej   pasi ed
each other on the way.     [1 Is under-
id   now  that  Ji (fries  will  sail  for
co ml v   ne> I   Saturday   and   liis
representative here declai���     tliui  upon his arrival In New York he will be
ready to si _ti final articles with Johnson  ami    consider    proposition   from
promoters.
It ls ] ... . p  In    will
be done ip, the m in   i iture In regard
i" the cl Im ol -. I  " as New Westmln-
o   lil    traveling expi in e
made by Alderman O'Connel, the man
whom ilie Tecimsehi   imported to
as the referee in the late  Minto cup
'. vs.
Ever  since  Alderman  O'Conni I   11
turned to   *o     i   ��� he has bei n talk-
The  lasi   I
heard   wa    th Intendi I   to
for it. bul     i fai   ... blue papei    ;
bei n  i en ed  o     -       S i i ion   Bellii s.
The  Indians  paid  tip- ir   .100   Beveral
w ksTe. o and h&\e bet d  iltting bai
New   Westmin
oli      to do  aboul   It.     New
Westminster   has   claimed   all
that Inasmuch as the Indians bn
v m oul on ' heir ow n
hook thej should pay the full cosl ol
the  fri Ighl
P. D, Ross, Sir Edward Clouston
and   Ahli!.' O'Connell,    however
v   to   think   otherwise.
,\t last night's meeting of the executive of the club the whol.. matter
was left in the hands of Presideni
Lynch si _.cl Secretary Ryall. Whatever course of action they decide on
th' club will support. The only stipulation is that they do something in
a hurry, as the affair is beginning to
get monotonous.
W. E.  FAI FJ** 612-618 Aps Sireet
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT  CALL  81.
HEADACHES CURED.
���   ���   ���   per eent. of headaches are   caused   by taper!      eyes.     We ean  permanently    cure    such    head-
BCientlflcally   ground   glasses.    We   guarantee
comfortable   vision.     No charge   made   for  examination.
DEVELOP SCHEME FOR
AIDING SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Optli pil Parlor,
Room 13,
Dominion  Trust  Bldg.
W. F. TATE,
New  Westminster, B. C.
'Proposal     to     Organize     Intermediate
Eleven  and Junior League���Team
Selected   for   Tomorrow.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Bite notice thai an application has
ptnadi ���  !���   Annie   Ryder
mer in ���������     Imple, under a tax
t-    I       . SI Iney A. Fletcher to
date  the  13th
r  A. li . 1906, of all and
I'--.j ' rtaln  parcel  or tract
land and  premises   situate,   lying
Jt.    i district of    New
f     : ter in the Province of Brit-
Columbia     more    particularly
*! ribed    as  Lot   'i'i,
���fek 1; Lots 8, 9   16 and IT. Block
| Lots 1, 8, :���. 16 and IT. Block    ti:
2 p  Block 9; Lots
17   Block 10; Lms 1. 8.
'���:    ' ' i, 12;   Lors 4. 6    12,
I ������'������ - :      Lots 1, s. 9, 16
Hi, Block ll: Lots 1, 8. 9, 16 and
I;. Block 16; ��� ; -, and 20, Block
~,: ������'- ' - 16 and IT. Block IS;
���' Block 21; all subdivisions of
_?'���: ,;; ��������� i Lots 10, 11, 12, 13.
|,a;.'- 15  B.   ���  "K"  subdivision of
!f 268, Group 1; Lots 24. 25, 2G 2T.
'and 32. Block 1; Lots 2. 3, 4. 5, 6.
;1:11 12 13, 11. 15 IS, 19 and 20,
wk 4; Loi 16 Block 5; Lots 1, 8,
���itp and IT, Block 15; Lots 4 5 12.
"��nl 20, Bloc   :���. subdivision of Lot
203, Group 1;   Lot 7. Block 4, oi Lot
227, Group 1   Map 174.
You and thoie claiming through or
undv;-  you  and  all  persons  claiming
any interest In the said  land  by virtue  of  any   unregistered   Instrument,
and all persons claiming any lnteresi
in   the   said  land   by  descent,   whose
title is not registered  under the prow-ions of  the  "Land  Registry  Act,''
are required to contest  the claim  of
the   tax  purcha-'-r    within   ten   d ivs
from the date of the nT*t publication
of this notice and In default of a caveat or certificate of Us pendens heing
tiled within such period, or in default
of redemption before registration, you
land  each  of  you  will  be  forever es-
.topped and debarred from setting up
jany claim to or Jn respect of the said
land, and I shall register Annie Ryder
as owner thereof in fee.     And I iiere-
i by order that  publication  of this no-
!tice for ten days in a daily newspaper
: published   in   New  Westminster  will
he good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated  at   the  land    registry  offlce,
New Westminster. Province of Brl'isn
Columbia,   this   30th   dav   of   August,
A. D., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Samuel  Coulter, Esq.
At an executive   meeting    of   the
Westminster Rovers Football Club
held last evening, the president, J. R.
Grant, in the chair, a number of matters connected with the welfare of
the  club were discus     I
The   meeting   favored   the   registration  of  a  larger  number of    players
than at present, and-the organization
of a second team from thos,. n,>t regularly   selected  with   the  seniors.    In
-order to forster football in the schools
IK.  O.   Canfield  will   present   a report
|at   the   next   cluh  meeting  on  the or-
jganizatlon of a junior league in the
schools, comprising elevens from the
I various public schools, and St.  Louis
jCollege.      A cup will he forthcoming.
and other inducements offered to tlie
pboys.      It  is hoped  to se;  the league
|on its feet  well  by next  season.
The uam for tomorrow's game with
the Thistles, in the first round of the
National cup. at Recreation park.
Vancouver, will be: Backs. Lyons and
Kirhy; halves. King. Sawyer and
Lock; forwards, Viner, Johnson,
Shawcross, Robertson and Cady/.ien.
It will be seen no goalkeeper has
been chosen, and if Barbaree cannot'
be prevailed upon to take the net,
Teague will most probably he custo-
Idian. The reserves are Haslam and
|Collier. The team will leave the B.
C. E. R. depot at 2 o'clock.
There  will  be  little  change  in  the
tvim which    will    take the    field at
Queen's park on Friday against Wes-
jtham  Island in  a  Vancouver District
League fixture. .
FIRST  RACK���Five and  a half fur- |
longs   selling,  three-year-olds and  up
1.  Zick  Adam;   2,   Blue    Heron;   3,
Louis Steuber.
SECOND     RACK���Five  and  a   half
furlongs,  selling   two-year-olds.
1, .Miss Picnic;  2, Contra Costa;  3,
Electrcwar-
THIRD RACK���Six and a  half furlongs,  selling,   three-year-olds  and   up.
1,   Mr.   Bishop;   2,  Purse     Rose;   3,
Silver Sue.
FOURTH      RACE���Five    furlongs,
silling  three-year-olds and   up.
.     1.   Lilian   Ray.   _.   Lord   Provost;   3,
Alleviator.
FIFTH   RACK���Five   furlongs,   selling, three-year-olds and up.
1,  SinK   Spring:   2,   Rose Cherry;   3
Cheep;
SIXTH       RACK���Seven      furlongs.]
selling, thr^e-year-olds and up,
1, Trust:  2, Llandoff-  3, Christine.
SEVENTH    RACK���One    mile sell
ing, three-year-olds and up.
l, Laxell;   2, Mv  Bouquet;
Foot-
What Grade of Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from SfiO to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you-and guarantee them, too.
J0HN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweier
Young Ompire Gets on Steady.
New York. Oct. 7.���Mullin. the
young western league umpire, made
such an impression on liis appearance
here when he forfeited the Philadelphia game to the New York National
Club that President Heydler announced his intention of adding him
to the regular staff of umpires next
season. The custom of players to
nag and annoy a new umpire did not
rattle young Mullin In tlie least, and
when his caution to desist had been
disregarded he took quick action and
forfeited the game. President Heydler witnessed the Incident and fully
approved of it, as did also the great
number of spectators.
The   newly formed   New   Westminister Rugby club will  hold a practice
lat   Moody Square on Saturday after-
1 noon.     The   workout   will   commence
at   about   3  o'clock,   ami   ii   is   hoped
I that  there will be a full  turnout of
the players.    All those who are thinking  of joining the cluh this  year are
requested to be present and to hand
in their names to the secretary.
NEIL AND LAUDER
TO   MEET   IN   RETURN   BOUT
Pleasant Trip
on Vancouver Island
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Si,
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
AlHOl,LpEAVE   CARRA1-L STREET   DAILY   AT   1   P.   M.     HALF-
"  SERVICE FROM GRANVILLE STREET STATION.
Vancouver, Oct. 7.���A return bout
between    those    two   whirlwind per-
i formers Frankie Neil and Billy Lauder is assured Vancouver fistic enthusiasts, says the Province. Todaj
the   rival     boxers   got     together  and
'after  considerable    argument   regard-
ling weight and rules, they agreed to
mix in a IB-round   battle    at North
| Vancouver a week from next Tuesday
Ui\V.l asked for a little better deal
on the weights and rules than he received last Ume, and after the boxers
had talked it over for some time thej
leclded to set together under Mar-
aula of Queensoerrj rules, protecting
themselves at ail times.     This Is tne
one-anil ire-   Style    *hiCh   Neil   dearb
loveB and will he somewhat of a nov
elty to Lauder, who has never fought
um'l,,,. these rules, having always c.on-
, ,!,,  ms efforts    to    the clean-break
,vi��� m return for the concession
of the rules, however. Neil had to
,���,,,,,  to  let   Lauder weigh  in  at IM
,7������ls al :l o'clock, the same weight
^ fn the last match. They agreed
,0 split the money T5 per cent, to tne
;.,���;������. illl(l aB per cent, to the loser,
inii james T. Hewitt was named as
referee. ��� ���
(Continued   from  Page  One.)
tained while at Alberni by an old
Westminster man, "Dick'' Burde, editor  of tbe   Pioneer  News.      New   Al-
ibernl, .Mr. Martin is of opinion, Will
be the real town, being situated at
the head of navigation.
A side trip was made to Sproutt
Falls, about a mile from the lake of
the same name, an ideal camping
spot.      The  party  rose  with  the  sun
jto try their luck at catching tyee
salmon, each  succeeding in obtaining
Ial least one fish, and the guide securing  eight,     weighing   from    25  to  45
'pounds    each.      Over    twenty  boats,
Imostly those of Indians, were engaged in fishing for their winter supply. Some fly fishing was enjoyed
at C��>ieron lake on the return trip to
Nanaimo.       Another   trip   was   made
lrom Nanaimo to Duncans and Cowl-
clian lake. Owing to the hotel at
the Ial Ier point being full, the party
was compelled to return the same
day, making a trip of ninety miles.
Extensive groves of mammoth trees
[were passed through similar to those
near Alberni. Shawnigan lake was
i visited the next day, and the party
then motored to Victoria by way of
the Sooke hills. A day was spent
In the capital and yesterday the party returned to the city.
Mr. Martin spoke enthusiastically
of the condition of the roads on the
island. They were well kept and
excellent for motoring, the only bad
roads encountered from the time of
leaving until lhe return being that
between Vancouver and New Westminster.
____^:_3_^. C_^__^I_23__��
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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
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.
Sellers of the Finest of
Ready-Made Clothing
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
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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.
ALPRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY  NEWS
I 1
Public Market
Market   Clerk   D. E. Mackenzie
Open  8 a. m. to G p. m. Friday;   7 a. m. to 6 p. m
PKone   138
BRITISH FIRMS
TO BUILD NAVY
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   BeBaeving
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER   VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Hon. Mr. Brodeur States
That Vickers, Maxim &
Co. Have Suggestion.
Keen's Stall
for
VEGETABLES,   HERBS.
Davies & Son
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and   Bedding  Plants.
Monk's  Stall
for
Fish  and  Came
The Weekly Nev/s
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
NOTICE.
Those having rooms to let dm
Exhibition  week    please    haul  tbi
names and addresses with partlcul
to the    Secretary    ar the Bxhib I
grounds, as a number of applical
have already been received applying
for accommodation during f"
\V. H. KEARY
Mgr.-Si v
MOTHER OM. HOLDS
HOPE FOH SON'S RESCUE
M
;n   Entombed   Beneath   150   Feet   of
Shifting Sand  Believed  Dead by
Rescue Crew.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    |14,400.0CO,00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfound.and, and in London, England, New Vork, Chicago and Spokane.
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Le-.-
ters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Barings Bank Department���D.pf.si".
received in sums of fl and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 pp^r een:. per
annum  (present rate).
7nt>-.'   Asset,  ov.r $168,000,000.00.
i-EU    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
Central   Islip,   L.I.,   Oct.   7.���Tl i re
is no hope, except in the mind of his
er,   that   John   H.   Cossenz.   en-
to   bed in a well on his father's farm '
in   ��� ii   Haphague Hills,    four    miles
|from   here,  is  alive  today.
Although   Piatt     Gil'lersleeve,     the
well-digger from Northport, w-ho is at
the head of a  gang of men  digging
lessly into the dry, shifting sand,
Is Id   there is  not a chance  that  the
iung Hungarian farmer is still alive,
buried   man's  father  insists   that
they  shall  keep  on  digging,  even  if
it   .-xhausts  all  his small   savings  of
nineteen  years.    The well  shaft  was
150  feet  deep.    Gildersleeve   says  it
be a  week  at last before  they
reach  rhe spot  where Cossenz is entombed.
I ".' 7.���That be had b -..
approached by Vickers, Maxim and
Co ithi      Bi     -        lipbuild ng
firms,  with   thi   ofl      ...   capital   foi
the iiv.;.. ii,.   ol  hu e - hip-cons
on thi  easi and west o
i.i ilanada, which v.ou I i tnbrace the
building of war vessels for the ; o-
posed i'ana,ii,,n navy, was the admission   made   hurt-   by   the   Hon.   L.   P.
Brodeur, Minister of .Marin,, and Fisheries.    Mr. Brodeur Bald I lat, so fa
as  he could  Bee, the  i ol
these concerns was reallj   necessary
ll   Canadian    warships    wei
built iu this country. "You Bee, '
people   know   i   -   ytl ia.    thei ���    lg   to
be known aboul ha Uli ships and ���
, I i  and Dreadnoughts," he Bald, "and
we  certainly   want   the  mosi   experl
workmanship. 1 do not see why these
cruisers sliould not be built here, be-
'        Is   is  easllj   big  enou
.'uli,- Buch an undi i taking."
The Minister was asked ii the n -
cei lon of the idea by the Govern-
mi nt would mean the enlargement of
the Sorel or Halifax yards. The answer was that, while he himself favored the offered ai I of English capital and experl advice, he could noi
Bee whir,, they would be Immedis e-
ly applied. Mr. Brodeur, however,
u,,s very reticent about the result of
ih,- Imperial Conference. So far as
Canada's navy was concerne.l, and he
was really at liberty to say only that
which Prime Minister Asquitb had
given pj.t before the British House of
Commons.
"I can say. however .thai in a very
short time tbe papers relative to this
question will be placed before the
Government, an,l will, of course, then
become public property."
Mr. Brodeur left for St. Hilalre,
whire he will stay for a few days
with his family, bofore leaving for
Ottawa.
>ER 8,
1309.
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Eburne,   B, C.
ompany,
1
PRICE   OF   BROOMS
TO  BE ADVANCED
CANADIAN   ARTILLERY
TO  VISIT OLD COUNTRY
Opera  House  Bookings
0<'   1 I���Scottish Cone- rt.
Oct.  20.���O.    Henry's    New  Opera
"Lo."
Oer. 28���The Clrrnax.
Nov. 1 and 2.���Th. Shepherd King.
Nov. 4.���Parisian  Model.
Nov.  15.���Human   Hearts.
Montreal,  Oct.  7.���It    is    probable
[that   a  Canadian   artillery   team   will
. i-   Great   Britain  next   year  to  re-
turn the visit of the British gunners.
The  executive  of  the  Canadian artillery association Is now in communication  with the  British  body with the
view   of  makin_  arrangements.
The Canadian team, if it goes, will
consist of 40 men and six offlcers, or
double the complement to allow of
representation of all branches of artillery.
Toronto. Oef. 7.���There is every
prospect that the housewife will in
the near future have to pay from 5 to
10 cents more for her broom than
she has been paying for some time
past. The crop of broom corn last
year was none too large, and the result Is that the price, which is usually
about $100 per ton, has alavnced, until today it is $l!i,r, per ton, and there
Is very little corn to be had, even at
that price. Those engaged in the
manufacture of brooms say that it is
very difficult to secure corn, and at
the greatly advanced price it wil] be
necessary to advance the price to the
user.
This is what you
are looking for
Clothes that   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 value���better fitting Clothes
���more perfeel Tailoring, than is
usual.
To be Successful, look Successful.
Male Attire Limited
AGENTS��
Acme Clothing Co.
A. WELL, Manager.   ;
FLOUR !       FLOUR \
IMPERIAL $7.25  pei
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.7
TERMINAL $5.25 pi
HINDOO   FLOUR $4.00 pi
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR  ANU  li !���;���
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K-IWO^'
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you how ir ;
! I   a .    ,
than  i:  i-  lo
er     kind.       V. . ;.;   -
buildings bul    ��� u
rials   that   i:  ��� -   . ri
We   can   poll ' ���;
that need rei i tlu
But they wen
materials.       Sei
cheapness lie ?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
P.
HO.
Some Coin C.hpinges.
Toronto, Oct. 7.���The city council
last night passed a resolution asking
that the Dominion government coin
$2U, $10 and $5 gold pieces, that the
five-cent pieces be made larger, and
that one-cent pieces be made smaller.
BEER NOT IN IT WITH
TEA IN OLD COUNTRY
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re-
fresblng for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
London. Oct. 7.���The liritish customs receipts from ten for the last
fiscal year show an increase of nearly
two million pounds, as compared with
j last year. According to the annual
reports the amunt retained for home
consumption was 11,600,000 pounds
greater  than   in   the   previous     year.
(This ls due to the fact that in a time
of Industrial depression, like those
presented by the working classes tea
often takes the place of solid foods.
A   decided   increase   of   consumption
i of spirits is now noticeable as a result of had Umes.
Right Prices, Good Service, Courteous Treatment, Honest  Values.
 All these we guarantee every customer.	
Our Stock of Furnishings For Men
Will Satisfy Anyone
Some of Our Leaders in Mei^s Fall and Winter Underwear
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton,  Veal,
Pork  and Poultry
of the best quality
TO   RAILWAYS.   STEAMBOATS,   CAMPS,   ETC,   ETC.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
f_e__?_?ra__5��ma__*!__^^ -
MEN'S FINE NATURAL WOOL, FRENCH NECK, MOHAIR
FACING; SHIRTS DOUBLE BREASTED AND DRAWERS
TROUSER    FINISHED.    SUIT
BRITANNIA,- AN IMPORTED LINE OF NATURAL WOOL
UNDERWEAR, MEDIUM HEAVY WEIGHT AND BEAUTIFULLY   FINISHED;   SUIT
$2.50
FINE GAUZE RIB, NATURAL WOOL, MEDIUM WEIGHT, DOUBLE BREASTED, WITH PEARL BUTTONS, UNSHRINKABLE;   SUIT
$2.75
$4.50
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Electric Railway Service!
MEDIUM   WEIGHT   CAMELS   HAIR     UNDERWEAR;     A   NICE,
SOFT  QUALITY,  AND UNSHRINKABLE, AT,  SUIT
$3.50
Besides these we carry all the most popular lines, in the best brands,
that we think will give every satisfaction in wear and value to our customers.   INVESTIGATE AND COMPARE���we urge you to do this
before buying your winter supply.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITTr HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Fnrnishings, Boots and Shoes
Interurban  Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wuy
stations will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. ni. 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 dty limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tr %
offloe on the hour, twenty mm f
mes after, snd fort, m:����- ���
after, commencing ai 0--u "     $
ine:  Cars I*" ���
at   ten   minute, alter the W�� ���
half past and fifty mmute S |
the  hour,  commencing at J
a. m.
Sunday service
Sapperton    Lme:
tween S:30 a. ni
l   British Columbia Electric Ry.Cc^j
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
'Columbia   Street    Local   Improvement
Notice.
I Pursuant to section 20 of the "Local Improvement General Bylaw,
Kid!)," notice is hereby given that the
Assessment, Roll of the "Columbia
Street Local Improvemeni" is open tor
Inspection at the ollice of the Assessor in the Citv Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, anil In case
the  owner  or  any person   interested
  included
iln any   of   the   P��*eerftlfrm sue''
therein,  desires  to . II   ��� p_,iod
assessment he shal ��">      tlK> n,-s
,'of  eleven   &)***��  give **��
publication of this nf^g of &
to the  undersiMieu  J�� w
intention  to appeal. ,,,,,,1^
!    Dated this 29th d-iy Ol -   >
U .a, looo.    w A *ng>&
.l"- i, da*
f first publication, - ,,,,5.l0.
'    Dale  Of   -
of September, l��w- tranTTrunk Ry
j client Iram Service Beiwe,
:feag0, London,
Hamilion, Toronto,
nnireal, Quebec
Portland, Boston,
centered
  MAKI-
BUJ ��� V(,RK and
i Niagara Palls.
:.. address
GEO. W. VALX.
/.     .,   ]���        , . , r  an 1   Tl' ket
A ,    Chicago. Ill
~W;EN GOING EAST
[sl i ii 'f;i:NT
Nl) VOL' OVER
|��THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
in the v, ar
J
linneapciis, St. Paul
and Chicago
. ,   iF FAME
s .. ��� 3TERN,        LTU.
j     . :   and      i .it   ideas
I ONVENIENCE, and
,.-, .    lighted   with   both
: iii-. ni'i-i brilliant-
. pi in the world. The
p nt private p.m, ai :���
L rd 16 section sleep-
i ning car,     reclinin?
p.- ats   free),   modern   day
I -. library and smok-
If r T ��� ���   Tables,   Folders,  or  nnv
pr-     ��� ' "  call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
paob __v__.
Lt TO PEftFECT
A WAR A[P0PLANE
��� 7.���Tii,   disaster to the
ll ion    Republlque
lost
on   i       hei Is  of
an .   Captain
, , the Pati i,  ha.s
' OUI Mil,;       bUl
i i    by    the
i. . .
mo   the avial
nov   dii  "'iv
the    air.    Thi
rip
I  ��� atlcs,    In
n   ...        from  all
rid   i mon   ap-
e Liverpool Post 11"'1 >ei messagi
the   Duke  ol     Connaught     will eror oi' Germai
short];    uci i ��� d the Earl ol Abi rdee .
Lord-Lieuti nam    of    Ireland,     [t .tne I due to
. ttemeni   Is  bound  to    b . evolt lng
Lhrough
i.    ..      re-
n    ti .:  flre
DUKE OF CONNAUGHT
FOR DUBLIN CASTL-
London, (let, 7,   Thi
as
iln
llcted.    Nevertheless,   li   add
ii i.s iis true ,.,s anythlm   can b    tl al
has nol taken place.   Il furthi r saj s:   i '���"
t
IYN0PSIS   OF    CANADIAN    HOMfc-
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
���Anj avafla ... Dominion Lands with.
i tie rail i  in British Colum-
la ma;       In tnesteaded by any p.r-
p who Is th   sole head of a lamiiy
iany male over is years of aget to
ie extent       one-quarter  section  ot |
��� acr      ore or less.
Entry .���  made  personally  at,
k: offlce  for   the   district \
Li ind u situate.      Entry j
\, however,  be made ��n |
a    on lii Ions    by    the    tather, '
-r ighter, brother or sis- |
11 ig homesteader.
"��������� ;is required to per- j
b_: .      idltl ins connected  there-
fi'.:. under   one   ot    the    toilowing I
Bun:
111)  At least six months' residence
���pon an.l i     h ition of the  land on
)'':- .������ ir fi    '    v yeara.
. 12) ll i'. r I or mother, lf tne
tar Is v of the homesteader
jM.es upon  i linn in the vicinity ot
Ike land.li   red tor, the requirements
11 to n , may  be satisfied
_ aid
pr mother.
'The authorities for the i tati menl o pp.    ol  thi
ire two of the mosl  Intii ati   friends  hypothesl . ph    un     Thi   ex-
of the  King,  who, each  unknown  to  perts   agi  i        it  su      an   accident
the   other,   observed   thai   this   was   ' '���'' '���������   ��� In the fui ire bj the
perfectly   well   known   to   th<     court   Insertion  of a of cellulai   bal-
set." iiinii, ii. s.  as  In   thi    Zeppelin  airship,
  which  would  keep  I      crafl  aflo     ll
...,_._ ���_,._ pui'- p.: the compartmenti  wa   pierced.
MAinE YOUR APPEAL to the public General Brun, Ministei  of War, in an
through the columns of THE DAILY   Interview lon  thai
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper. dirigible   balloons   for   war   purposes
soon be supplanted bj  pel fei  ed a  i o-
���   planes.     He   says   that   he  dors  not
minimize the sen Ice the dirigible ai e
capable ol  ren lering in war, but believes  thej   ran  never  he brought  to.
a polnl  where they wlll  become first
class engines of war.   "They wil] remain   valuable,"   he   continued,   "for
Intermediate   Bervice,   bui   must   give
way   to   the  aeroplanes.    As   scouts,'
the dirigibles are too vulnerable.   On I
the contrary, aeroplanes when perfected  can   Um-  in   the   wind   to a  high
altitude.     In   time  of   war  officers  oni
scouting duty ean make several Lights
ln the da) and go up at night as well '
to reconnoiter.   An areoptane offers ai
small  terget  and  if  pierced  can  still ;
fly.    If  the  pilot   is  kille 1  It  in only
another Boldier dead on the field of:
battle.    "We  will  still   have  dirigible1
balloons but sine- the tests at  Beth-j
any 1  believe firmly in the future of,
aeroplanes   from   the   Military   standpoint."    General  Brun  predicted    im-���
m.nse si rides in the aeroplane within a year.
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DIN
NER TABLE FOR EXHIBI
TION   WEEK.
MOREY & CO.
ARE   MAKING   A
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF DIN-
NERWARE
FOR A FEW DAYS. COME
AND SEE IT AT 665 COLUMBIA STREET.
MOREY'S
i
i
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
i3an
AT THE HOTELS.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up $ 4,700.000
Reserve Fund      5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
W
c.
N.  Y
hy
In   and  out   of  town   accounts  soll-
Jing with  the father   cited.
SAVINGS   BANK  DEPARTMENT
(3) If the .-��� ' Ier has his permanent	
silence upon   farming   land   owned
B hira in the  vicinity  of  his  home-      Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
J*'-' : .   ements as to residence  Travellers'  Cheques bought and sold.
[may ... satis&e.   by   residence   upon   Telegraphic transfers effected.
? said land.
lY:i montl >tice In writing should
���_e pu-f-n to the commissioner of Do-
Itilnion landi v, Ottawa of intention
���.apply for ; .- ������;.
Coal.-Coa]   mining  rights   mav   be
[leas-.l for
IWrs at.
. ^ Not niore than 2500 acres
|��'a.l b,. leased to one individual or
I TO-;,nny. ,\ royalty at the rate ot
l!r,.ceDt8 l10"" t"n shall be collected
jon.he meroh.intal.l-- ooa] mined.
W
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F.  SHUTE,  Manager.
i   period of    twenty -on. ' NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
an annual rental of $1 perl 	
I"' than    -KG.    acres!    The condh1on 0f the  old  bridge  ts
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic and the public generally are
cautioned against haulimg loads of
any kind over it.
Persons  continuing to do eo after
this notice must take all the nsks ou
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry  Hall,  New Westminster, Jmy
23rd, 1909.
I , vv. W, CORY.
1 Minister of th.   Interior.
ied   publication   of
' ��� at win    not be paid
N.B.���i [.authorized
���Ws advert 1
for
Re part tl ave) ���r southeast quar-
tnn.ncKi.,     2       N.W
,,.   ��� B��tlon    L2,  townshi
Westminster .lis,,-in.
AY", '  Of the loss of certl-
"��eo_ title number 1757a, Issued In
__y   ��� tm Oleson, has been
Ble. in .las office
��otlc_ is _, ,,,, ,-ivi,_ ���,., , sha���
th. '",t'M'lra,lon of one month from
y������o   the flrsl publication here-
theCirv"a v-.,'.!''-!i.l'i,|lpr PttW��_ed in
dupli
��� Westminster, issue a
auiillm     Y "^iiir-nste
, r,ite ,,f the said certificate unless
8 meantime  vai''
in writing.
_C. S. KEITH
ier IT''
miuTn      " ���V.'U(1 ohJecUon be
'' Registrar of Titles.
Russell   Hotel.
F. Bell, Vancouver.
U. Snell, Vancouver.
ll.  K. Chancey, Montreal.
Miss  Alice  Brooks,  Ithaca.
Frank  Clark,   Montreal.
F.  W.  Brooks, Ithaca. X.  W.
J.   C.   Gauntlett,   Ithaca.   \.   V.
J. M. Gauntlett, Ithaca. N. Y.
W. A. Laidlaw, Vancouver.
K. Mclntyre, Vancouver.
O. J.  Benedict and  Wife, Brantford,
Out.
Geo." S.  Clark. Guelph.
Mrs. C.  W. Tapp,  Vancouver.
A. Grant, Sunny  Brae. X. S.
\v.   B.   Townley,   Vancouver.
D. Lorimer, Vancouver.
Thos. J.  Dunn, Vancouver.
ft S. Thurston, Dedoraine.
C.  Manford.  Vancouver.
J.  B.   Corne,   Vancouver.
T.   Brooks,   Vancouver.
Windsor Hotel.
H.   Wright,   Albion.
R. Graham.  Coquitlam.
S. H. Lawrence. Salmon Arm.
Cat  _  Fiddle Company.
II. Bradshaw, Langley Prairie.
H. Bradshaw, jr., Langley Prairie.
R. S. Jackson,  Ladner.
R. K. Williams. Bellingham.
E. O. Harper, Coldwell. Idaho.
J. A. Melnnes, Xicomen.
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60   YEAR3'
C       ^EXPERIENCE
New   West-
1909.
ENTS
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
HJ*  Trade Marks
Y*    _     Designs
jffiKfttwnain. _ ...���, Copyrights Ac.
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lents.
receive
English Watchmaker
1 :-'-'-y")f,,���iVan
j���* Mill? Hmtrl^ii
(, -."������> ���"-,. Largest clr-
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Bold by
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Gold Watc'aes for Ladi. s from 112-75
UP- , rare
Silver Watches,   gents    open race
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents' open    case,
$7.50 up. ..,,���,-
Agent    for    Waltham and     wslu
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams, Grocer
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
1 0 0 p.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27 ���
The regular meeting of this lodge |
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Carnarvon street, every Monday evening
at S o'clock. .Ins. Ferguson, uoui.
grand.    W. C. Coatbam. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W��� FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsts nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordiallv invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday ln the
month at S o'clock, iu the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie Xo. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. in the Kagles'
hall Columbia street. J. N. Alton-
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Se-cre-
tary.
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
hoard room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at . p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday or
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. tl
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
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The Daily News
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PHONES:
L-22 Business  Office
R-22    Editorial   Rooms
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business. The Morning" News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during the day
The Daily News
is therefore the
h
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
If you are not a subscriber to The Daily
Mews you can not be
well informed on the
news of the day.
Keep yourself posted
by reading ALL the
news early each morning in The Daily News
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
call and set you right
We print all the
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to print. We report all the gossip worth while
Births, marriages,
deaths, school doings,
church notes, foreign
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business transfers,
civic matters, legal
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or $1.00 every three
months? That's Jail
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Get your name on our
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early in the morning
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THE  DAILY  .TEWS.
7Vy i/s Once
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Call Again
"We have been
looking for you.'*
Now, listen.
We offer to you,
whether vou 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.
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DRIVER FOR DELIVERY
RIG.  APPLY AT ONCE.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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Scottish concert.     Sale of reserved
opens al Ryall'e on Saturday.
rything for the garden at Tl ly s
184.
���   Lena   Dul hi. .  q teei    Ol   Be il
(tisb  song  at   the  Ojiv ,   11 v.-   .  (>.��� ������
ber 1
.    Bob    Stevenson's    who] ���  sto
i :  shoi e    to    be  sold ofl li
thirtj  days. 21U-
Pai' .,i the expi cted mac iv , j  foi
tin  operation of I he . -1 Ing span ol the
Lulu island bridge arrived yesti   I
and  today work  i- agal     resum .1  in
��� . .ai  the construction.      More
Inei y is expected In a tew days.
For flrst-cla a i ut  ::���  i ;  anj
il i : iral ���������. irk, t< te:    ....   Oat
(,:��� enhousi    R208.
Consignments of   large   oysti -    In
shi II, fn Bh daily at Benson & Aj
Begbie  street. U31-ti
lii.-ii  jig    competition    i ladii
:ottlsh c .i.<-. rl   Octobi i   131 ,
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witchazef Cream
We also have all  kinds of complexion   creaks  and   skin  foods
at
'. DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
PUBIIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
BUSINESS
SCHOOL
We claim to give young men and
women the qualifications for excellent business positions in whieli they
make good.
Our fall term is now open with a
splendid class of young men anfi women in attendance. Shall we look
for you to join our number in the
near future? A few months' training in our school will prove a lifelong
satisfaction to you. Day and evening classes.     Call or write.
A.  L.  BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
SPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE,
AT ran
Central Meat Market
Oorner Eighth St. an.   Fifth Arenas
PHONE   I7P.
BOWELL & ODD/, ProoriMora.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
be transacted ln the offices
lately occupied by McBrid,. ti.
Kennedy, 28 Lorne street, in
the company's head offlce building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F. j, HART, Manager.
Xew Wesi minster, Sept. 25th,
1909.
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SEND YOUR HEATING STOVES TO
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
FOR REPAIRS.
I Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster i
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)r. J. I��. Gamble, optician, Is at
625 Columbia street, Koom 13 every
Friday. 232-2
A good supply of fri Bh and smoked
oj stei s, al Benson _ Ayiing,
Begbie Btrei t. 233
.r. G. Brown will sing "John Orum-
blie," ai the Scottish concei t.
Todd's Mandolin and Guitar Club.
Your choice, mandolin, violin or guitar with case, music, and three
months' Instruction free. Membership
ticket  $20. 232
The Flyirrg Rollers, seel who be-
lievi in ii,.' ar rival ol the end ol 'in-
world in 1916, appeared in the city
yesterday and are holding street
meetings al the Windsor hotel corner. They do nor cul their hair and
are strict  vegetarians.
All those wining to assist the Anti-
Tuberculosls Society by aiding in the
work on Tag Day, are requested to
communicate with Mrs. A. .J. Hill,
president of the society.
li. C. _. it. city and Sapperton ears
will make one extra trip for the accommodation of the New Wesi minister people attending the horse races
ai .Minoru park, Lulu Island. Tha
last Sapperton car will leave the of-
Bee at 11:30 p.m., and the city car at
11:20 p.m. **
Hear Miss Munn sing "Lea Rig" at
the big Scottish concert.
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 li, as hertofore, returning
ion the following morning. On Sat-
: urday she will make an extra return
trip arriving in the city in the evening. Trips will be made to Steveston  a.s   the  business  warrants. **
The juvenile dancing competition
at the Scottish concert.
Local   fed   chickens  always  obtain- :
able at    Benson    _    Ayiing, Bi gble
street. _;;i-tf
R. Morrison, the    fine    tenor, will
sing "Success Tae Bonnie  Scotland.
Scottish concert, October 1.1.
In the city police court yesterday
a longshoreman was found guilty of
having supplied liquor to an Indian
and was given an option of paying a
fifty-dollar fine or going to jail for
three months. He chose the latter
and w-as taken to the provinvial gaol.
A di unk was fined the usual $2.50
and costs and an additional flve dol-1
lars   for  assaulting  a  Chlnnaman.
Buy orchard   lands  while  tbey   are
[cheap and become Independent.      We
ar.. tlr. official agents of Th... Western
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Let I
us tell you about their choice holdings !
at  Ajijileland.      A new  townsite and
:fruit district    along the line of    tiv
:Ii.  C. Electric Chilliwack line and  V.
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway.
jTliis section excel], in the production '
'of all fruits.   Come at once whily the '
best lands are selling cheap and lei us
show you this section at our expense,
We can   sell    flve,  ten,    fifteen and
twenty acr,, tracts ou easy terms.      I-.
.1.  Hart Ai Co.,  Ltd. **
i.   Hook your seats early for the Bcot-
itlsh conceit.
The wise man has heen taught thai
a bank account is necessary, bul a
wise man not only has a bank account, but a safeiy deposit b ix In a
c-usi company's vault. His valuable
papers will go in the vault -he does
not rl._ them tn his own house. In
a safety deposil box in our vault your I
papers are perfectly safe from flre,
burglars or any other loss. Isn't this
sufficient reason why you should rent
one of these hows today? Dominion
Trust Co., Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager, Xew  Westminster branch.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colombia St.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.         I ^^ 7  **������**���     ���
leohone 13. Office. Elohth St.  fV(���� ^ ^HmWHtmMmmHM:
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters If
West End Property
GOOD BUYS
Manufactured by
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A Grand Showing
cf Women's and
Misses' Tailored
Garments
with aU lhe 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.
aud Sa
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A Stunning Exposition of the Season's
Smartest Women's Wear.
S irewd, discerning shoppers pronounce oui display
of women's wearables for
fall superb; in rea Itj the
display is quite a stylo
study.
Women's Coats In broadcloth, beaver an 1 K
cloth, ;;.( an 1 Tv lengths.
Some are made seml-flttlng
with high Prussian collar
and double breasted front;
others with roll collar and
rovers 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 shadi -
navy, brown. black and
shallow stripes Coats rrom
38 to 46 Inches long. Some
are hands only; braided and
trimmed with bations. others in the plain tailor-made
styles.     Prices from $19.50
to $37.50
Women's Skirts ln all the
shades, black, navy, taupe,
myrtle, tan and grey in
plain and shadow striped
Venetian, chiffon, Panama,
broadcloth and chevron.
Same are made In 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 few
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 1
learn what Dame Fashion has set her stamp of approval upon.
You'll  be delighted with the showing.
Tailored Waists for Fall; specia! delivery of these deslr-
able waisls in heavy cotton, poplin, with wide tucks over the
shoulder; also in fancy vestings with tucked and box pleated
fronts.      Price, all sizes $2.23
Lace and net Waisls in dozens of
nets. Oriental and raney laces in white,
brown   and  black.
charming styles���lish
cream,    ecru,    navy,
Of   BOUtl Che   I
every si
made  In  moyei
pei fe t fll
rlety    ,.-
$6.50.  $7.50. $8.75 and up ::
$12.50.
Black V0II1
and    plea!.
som, ly   trli ll
of     lair.
satin       tril $7.50,
$10.00,   $12.50.   $15.00.
Black  Taffi -      Under-
skins,    very full    flounce.
tucked    wit] l
bound edgi 1 ruffle;
extraordinaiy valui   at.$6.50
We  make .    I
out sizes.
NEW
FALL AND WINTER
UNDERWEAR.
New Fall an I _'lnt< 1 "���
derwear;   good com
bine a snapplni I style
with comfortable w
qualities. Oui
are well shaped fori. fitting
and well a lapti I l - '"��
presenl style tendi ncles if'
figure  nevi'!,'
from   the     cheap, Bl     to the
higher    priced    goods   mil
give satisfaction.
Penman's Xnrnral Wool
Underwear, all sizes Including mil sizes; well made and
good weiring qualities.
Prjce $1.35 and $1-50 pf
garment.
Penman's Natural ^wl
Combination Suits; ��il
shaped and made to Ht
Price per suit   ...   ���*2-75
Watson's while line ribbed Combination Suits; all
sizes:   Suit   ...$1.75 to $3.00
Natural color Union Suits,
well Bbaped garmi i ' N':,!
special values; all -: -��� ;1
prices 30c, 35c 40c, 15c and
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 1 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 W��J
serges,  s. r 1 ars, jam
tily trimmed ��'.i ��'��� ;
white or navy shields; V*
ent    leather   I"'11*-
only,
$3.25,
$4.00 and
$4.50.
,W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Telephone 13.
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