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 PIRE
|NSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
W    VV  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
h'Oi
pME I.
NUMBER -
Si Of TRAfHC
DRINK REVIEWED
Ince
n \V. Brown Speaks
Economics of Temper-
Movement in Canada
his
'
iries of moral  re*
Queen's Avenue
bi
J
jitlnuing
,, the pastor, if.
k v  with the cos. ol
���   , oi Canada.
;
Society ip'
.     si,mil.I  do  nutn
. lng  the   next   Ave
,    the   barrooms,
more  In   soul
done    in   the
Two Camps.
p _j  alluding  to the
., lebrate I  clergyman
ii
ui
II tin
i    ���
.
would
i limn '       ''l!
: The  spun   of tne
according  to the
In   spiri.l of broth-
p pi rpetuation  ol   the
m u,,.    _re .lest     bar   to   this
.       ,        eparated men  into
'"tl!l, brewers and distillers, who
r. ,r.: pli nests; the greai
and bangers on,
i prize   lighters.
\m\   ti who preyed  on
the   houses   ol    HI
0 hi i     similar   forces
J , the bar-room, ami
ren   the leading mem-
Catholic and Fro-
Now Practically Sure That National Transcontinental Line is Behind Annacis
Island Deal���Representative of Purchasing Syndicate Left
For the East Yesterday.
Exhibition to Be Enriched
By Valuable Collection of
Columbian College.
o( tbe Roman ��� .,,,,-"".  ___ ��� ��� -��� ,
churches,   all    self-respecting '
and   women    who    had   looked
on the degradation of slum life,
. ,        rjj  ol    young    people  ol
vi     wlios.     llllelll-
ned, education-
class of right
iv.   ii :, and women.
Some Striking  Figures.
Jug  _x| ��� li    battle   was
van    who con-'
.: without  the bar.
passed on to give Borne
t. an 1 the drink
[ol the nation.     An estimate ol
[population ol  Canada,   prepared
��� B Spi no roronto, placed
Tnumln'i al "I last year, and
lair ic assume the population
seven an I     hall millions now.
p sum spent on  liquor    was  estl*
|ei lor tbi        Inion at $76,361,6411
I allowing thi  Bmall figure of $io
|m- . :.   '       v  working  daj B,
Itut' hi bi   places being
i fttoiigkr,:' the country.
Economics  of   Question.
il every person in
N ..���:��� i: pei bead on intoxl*
p-      -    oi   iv  much  as  the
I ; ih.- prairie prov*
.'' I neai ly as much as
J capital Dl ��� altered banks ot
lada. Tin;, jpent three times as
mm drink as on the public and
I-' i, and foui times as much
1 ' ���-i.ui-.-_i oigani/.a-
}* . ail thi Proti .-Lun churches
ICanada.
[���' ' ' Province there are 826 11*
r" ' 'ed by the provincial gov-
put. and 375 Issued by other au-
Iniies. [i j. , gtlmated that ��� ������
'cent, of tbe earnings of tbe log*
pud miners Is Bpent In  the sa*
II T1>e wholi   assessed value of
pa)    the   drink
li is now practically certain thai
the Qrand Trunk Pacific Rallwaj t o,
Is the purchaser of the 82:1 acres at
the upper end ol Annacis Island, reported as sold ill the News a lew
lays   since
Series of Bridges.
The transcontinental railway, ii appeals, will cross the Praser river
by a bridge over the main channel al
Annleville bar. to Annacis Island,
thence by a second bridge to Lulu
island, and from there to New Westminster by another bridge across the
North Arm. From Ilie city the line
will follow the hillside westward
from the city, passing up the valley
from Rolands, Borne three miles trom
the city, and thence entering Vancouver from the south.
It is recalled thai the company
promised to build a line Into Vancouver, that a numbei ol Grand Trunk
Pacific survey parties are even now
in the field working through the Hope
mountains westward along the south
side of tlie great undeveloped Praser
river valley, that a line from Prince
Rupert by way of the coast has been
staled to not be feasible, and that
Annacis island offers unparalleled advantages as a terminal site for a
great   railway.
Spying Out the Land.
Representatives of a large eastern
syndicate have been in the city during the pasl tWO weeks, the result ot
their visit being a decision to develop
the greai shipping resources of Annacis island. The last member of the
party left the city yesterday for the
east after having made the tl mil inspection Of the properly purchased
for the Byndicate by E. .1. Fader on
Annacis Island, The representatives
desire, that their names be withheld
from publication for business reasons.
but they are men well known to the
press of Western Canada as enterprising and successful men of business. While the agents of the syndicate refuse to divulge the nature of
their company or its personnel, it Is
gathered from ri marks that have
been dropped, and lrom the actions
"i the visitors, that they are aiding
i"i a railwaj company, and evidence
is not lacking that the syndicate is
only another way of saying "Grand
Trunk Pacific."
On Sai urday the representative ol
il"- company engaged a boat and
carefully examined the river al the
Annleville bar, anl the nature of tin-
land hei ween Annacis island and
Ewen's slough. He stated thai he
'was perfectly satisfied with the purchase made through E. .1. Fader on
the island, and expressed surprise
thai no one had recogntzi i bi tore
the opportunity offered foi commercial purposes by the conni c ing ol
the island with the malnlan I as In
his opinion it afforded a shipping waterfront equal to any on the river,
with the a [vantage that i avoided
the Annleville bar. He stati _ definitely thai the syndicate would take
up the options on the propertj at an
early date as possible, and thai Instructions to this effeci would probably be seni to Mr, Pader shortlj after
liis   return   to   the  east.
Plans  Made  Out.
the B. C. E,  R. to
with  a  possibility
being made tor the
to the B. C   E. It.
thai   company   once
electrify the line,
of   arrangements
spin  to be leased
oi  handed over to
it  is  paying  'un
to the mouth of the river, when- the
Fruhling dredge is now working.
For a railway crossing from the
south side of the river al tnls point
it is all that could be desired for terminals, possessing all possible shipping advantages, once the channel is
cleared to the full depth ol thirty
feet, a result that is only now a
mailer'   of   time.
ning expenses. The agenl denied
that this spur was connecte I with
any existing railway Bystem, and re-,
fdsed to talk aboul terminals. He
was questioned regarding the possibility of a railroad crossing the river I
at the Annleville bar, bul would nol
express any opinion other than the Closed out of Vancouver by lack of
route was feasible, as the expense ol purchaseable property and water-
building a bridge at this point would frontage, the railroads wliic.i are
be insignificant compared to the eosi luniing to tliis province for new fields
Westminster bridge, for the of exploitation have been forcad to
thai  ir   would merely  require look to the Fraser river, anj in look-
Turning  to  Royal  City.
trestle-
remain*
As evidence of the intentions of the
company he showed the plans of a
heavy steel bridge to connect Annacis with Lulu island, together with
specifications and estimates made by
the International Contract Co., ol
Seattle, builders of the new Lulu is-.whom
land bridge. As soon as the trans- |-slan_
tors for the property are completed
tin' syndicate intend*, to immediately
apply to the government for permission to build this bridge, and work
will then be forced ahead, tbe intention being to have ii ready for use
by March. 1910.
A spur track will be built across
the new bridge to connvt with the
projected Lulu island branch Of the
B. C. Electric railway at the trunk
road.       lt   is   not   decided   whethi :   a
ol   the
reason
a  swing and  two Bteel  spans.
work being sufficient  for the
der  of   the   width.
Cause   of   Boom.
The company's representative visited nearly every real est ile Ottice
in the city iur'ng his slay, and obtained prices on Wesi End pioper*
ties, more especially properties near
the waterfront to the city limits westward, the ownership and other questions that suggested right of way.
It is said that the boom in West kind
realty is partly at least due to the
knowledge that property In thai part
was being priced, though so far as
could be learned none was purchased
by   the   visitor.
Alderman E. .1. Fader, through
tlie options on the Annacis
property   wore  secured,    when
ing have discovered its greai potentialities, hitherto recognized by a few
coasl residents alone. Since the day
when representatives of Ilie Canadian
Northern Railway and of the Grand
Trunk Pacific visited tlie ciiy and
looked over Ihe harbor, learning for
the first time that the Fraser was not
a Bwampy stream but a wide, deep
river, specially adapted to become a
splendid harbor, ievelopments have
followed last.
Ii   is now known  definitely  that the'
Canadian    Northern   wlll    enter   the
city  in  ihe    near    future, and  piacti-j
cally certain thai it, too, win secure
terminal  Bites  here,  although   probably   in     tin-     F.asi     Knd.      Now   the
Grand Trunk Pacific is expected, and j
a rumor is also current that the time
is  not   far    distant    when  the  Great'
Northern will operate into Vancouver
seen  by a reporter yesterday,  had noithrough   the  city   westward,
hesitation  in  saying thai  he  believed j    Should     these     plans    materialize.
that a railroad would follow and that even  if only in  pari, New  Westmin-
the propertj- was wanted for terminal jster will receive a boost that in a de-:
purposes,    pointing    out     the    Bpeclal   cade  Will cause her to (-xp.mil almost
adaptability of the property for yards
and foi shipping purposes, and the
evident trend of enquiries made
toward railroad plans. The land Is
perfectly level, sufficient in quantity
ror all railroad purposes, with a
waterfrontage of two miles, the water
light    locomotive    will
whether the    syndicate
be
will
used  or
request
being not less than forty feet in depth
at the bank and the channel unbroken
beyond imagination. Industries of
all kinds will '..'.'.*..v quickly oa the
heels of the railways, and when the
Pacific route for grain becomes an
accomplished fact. New Westmlnsti r
will undoubtedly, if she lias the terminals even of one of these transcontinental, receive a large share of the
shipping.
for  two
were State*
British Columbia
_      ': '      ' "    davs,
pi made.
ll!pi lkl attention to the
|s' ;' "   the   huge   drink
I materials, less
,���'A '"'��� "'puliation.     All
1 ���'.������'���' cosl   of    the
wniY.   fflc  ' '  ""'    countrj   were
L ,   wasle of the
__���     !' '     res urcea 0l    the
I      ���  I
"
REALTY BOOM
CONTINUES BRISK
ENTERTAINED  NEWSPAPER   MEN.
Party   Up
PROGRESS   OF   CITY   WORK.
J.   P
Hampton   Bole   Takes
to  Pitt Lake.
P.  Hampton  Hole yesterday
Bank of Commerce Block
Transferred to Local Investor.
First Street Sewer Advancing Briskly���Columbia Street Work,
en- Good progress is being made with
tertained a party of friends on ins'the First street sewer system, the
new power cruiser. Tne weather street being opened on First street
was perfect and the party visited Pitt almost to Third avenue. As the grade
lake where good sport was enjoyed ,does not requir** to go so deep the
tishlng. returning to the city about V men can make lister time than was
o'clock. The launch was admired by possible lower down the hill,
the party for her comfortable ap* I The work on First Will be complet-
polntment, and the host was thanked'ed before the exlilbiton. in order that
repeatedly   for   his     hospitabb
EIRE DESTROYS
WEST END HOUSE
l'he manager of the exhibition has
secured from the directors of Columbian college the magnificent collection of portraits oi the pioneer Melodist missionaries to British Columbia an I leaders of that church which
was donated by various bodies to the
college on the occasion of the Jubilee conference in New Westminster,
of the B. C. Methodist chruch lasi
May.
List  of  Pictures.
They   will   be   insured,     upon   thai
condition alone the directors loaning
such a  valuable collection.
Thej are as follows: Kev. Kdward
Whiiv firsl pastor of the church in
New Westminster, 1859-62; Rev. I-;.
Evans, D.D., Superintendent of Methodist church in u. (j., 1859-67, first
pastor ot the church in Victoria; Rev.
Arthur Drowning, first pastor oi
Methodist church in Nanaimo, 186D;
Rev. Ebenezer Robson, D.D., the only
surviving member oi the firsl quartette of missionaries, flrsl pastor of
the Fraser River Gold Fields Mission,
1859; Rev. Allien Carman, D.D., _p-n-
erai Superintendent of the Methodist church; Kev. Alex. Sutherland,
Jj.u., General Secretary of Foreign
.Missions; Kev. N. Burwash. K Id)..
Chancelor of 'Victoria University,
Toronto; Rev. John Potts. U.D.. the
firsl member of the Methodist church
in II. ('.. and Kev. James Turner, tirst
missionary to the Kootenays and the
Yukon.
Columbian   college   authorities   will
also lend a collection of college 'lags,
and   Egyptian  und  Indian curios.
Royal   Engineers'  Relics.
It. E. Gosnell, provincial archivist,
is expected to arrive early in the
week to arrange the collection ot
portraits of pioneers. As tills 1. the
jubilee year of the landing of tlie
landing of the Royal Engineers special attention will be given to relics
of their occupations. Among the
curios will be some of the drugs
brought out from England, and an
electric battery used in the first hospital on the Mainland of 11. C.
Nine   Survivors  Assured.
Nine of the fourteen survivors ot
the corps who still reside in this
province have definitely accepted
Mayor Keary's invitation to luncheon,
and he expects an erjuully encourag*
!,ig answer from ill but one, to whom
sickness makes the journey here impossible.
A satisfactory fine arts exhibit is
anticipate'!, many B.C. artists having
signified their intention to send pictures to the exhibition.
Tlie
and  Iln
les   wei
existence ot
<:
LESSNESS CAUSE:
LOSS OF RIGHT HMD
though  it
Aloha  or
decision.
re Chung
Huminn
ls Gun  Behind  While
n  Bush,  w,th   Usual
Consequence.
real estate boom continues
offices of tiie realtj compan-
i' beseiged on Saturday, tli"
run being all one way, investors buying options in tlie West End.
Columbia St. Block Sold.
However, the boom is also affecting
Columbia Btreet property, and on
Saturday the negotiations were completed for the sale through Diamond
_ Corbould of the Canadian Hank ol
Commerce block, owned by T. Ellis,
of Victoria, to a local man. 1": the
sum of 142.600.
it   is   stated   that   tli.-   vacanl   loi   ad
ijolni-g the city market has been Bold   1
'for $20,000,    which is a    marke I advance on the ligiire. $7600, asked six
months ago.
B. C.   E.  R.  Freight Shops.
The freight shops of lhe  B. C. B. '<���
wlll   occupy   tbe   present   Bite   ol   th''
Vulcan  Iron  Works, which  will move
for his hospitable enter-
talnmeni The boat was built in tlie
city last July at a cost of some $2300.
She is LIT 1-2 feet over all and 8 feci
beam, two-thirds decked and with a
spacious cockpit. A Kelvin engine
develops   a   speed     of     bi-lWecn   eight
and nine knots. Tie' Interior is
equipped with sleeping accommodation, well fitted galley, toilets, and
lighted b>  electricity.     No name has
\ ct   I n     selectel     for     Hie   vess -l.
is expi cte I thai  eilli -r Untile Osiris  will be Hie fi.ial
an important street which everyone
coming to the fair must use, will
not be Impeded.
On Columbia street the determination to make a good job with the
sewer in difficult ground is making
il a slow process, particularly on tlie
land around tlie CP.R. depot, but it
is expected to get this covered iu
earlj next week. The water main
ou tne south side ot' lhe street will he
laid as quickly as possible, and hydrants   placed   in   position.
Unoccupied Residence on
Seventh Avenue Gutted���
Arson is Suspected.
Substitutes Death for Work.
Tacoma, Oct. _.���J. U. McLean, ot
St. John, a suburb of Portland, aged
42. was found dead in a field near
American lake this morning. He had
swallowed the contents of a bottle of
carbolic acid. In his pockets only
a dime was found, and he is said to
have been hunting for work. Letters
in liis trunk, received from Mrs. Margaret Lewis, of Portland, indicated
her refusal  to marry him.
Ni Ison,    Oct.    3.-
Of      111''
Hilled at
to  a   position   on  tlie  North   Arm- As
'" ' ' ian in  t),    .a,,,    soon   as  the   Iron  Works   vacates  the
IY" St' Ali"   "''"i   l a' is  ,' construction of the freight sheds wil
at,,;   'r;. -   taken down to th" commence. Three months' notice has
lav v..   General    hospital    vester- been &iven-
���C7Cdsufferins ���"">' S West End Rush' ,
Chung   I  d' It  has  become  practically  lmpossl*
''ton-men _mp?ny wlth ;l number ble to get any more land in the West
'e��Uuthnn? Pl0yed  '"   the  Hotel  Knd of the city  right     up to Eight*
springs',    " '" ""' h"*li around  avenue.      ln  the  last  few  days  near-
niornln.        Kelly   every   property   has   been   applied
for three and four times over.      I he
market      has       undoubtedly        b,',n
strengthened    by    the    reports that
Vancouver     financial     interests    had
representatives  ln  the city Willing to
place money on likely properties. The
cause of tlie Hurry not  having leak.v
out,  speculation  continued  rife as to
the   desirable   localities,  and   this  uncertainty adds  to the excitement.
a  member
D
yesterday
-Axel Lltzenberg
Phoenix Miners
ii o Granby mint'
LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT
WILL ACHIEVE RECOiiD
Mr. Carter, of Sapperton, was admitted to the Roya] Columbian hospital yesterdaj momingwith a gunshot
wound in the right arm. It will probably not be necessary to amputate
lhe limb.
killeuIy KICKING TEAM
ON FALLING FKOM WAGON
irenilv w'���'^l"l>   m,"'"ing
1118��'a gun    "'",'""���'��� to the band-
i,1*11"' allowed ft l("di,ls hlB ">��� tllp
" L:'"""l behinH . '  "'"'  alon�� on
T -,Va3 that A - ���     hv natnral re*
rising it .     '~ ca��8ht  the trig-
m. m the pan,, 0f the right
ft IA'"��
Hi A  W"mer
Z An ^t
til1' s" badlv*_u".8     ,0,iml    the
'!' Y;r''"<> that  am-
Wte,   ,,;' Bn6ers was neces-
�� on the      ��� op"rall<m  Chung
,..'''";  ^nd  sent  down
[��Pita. where
Entries   For   Exhibition   Closed   Saturday���Clydesdales   Wlll   Be   Chief
Feature of Show,
Young   Delta    Man   Comes   to   Tragic
End���Father Hurries Home to Funeral   of  Victim.
The live stock exhibit at the
next week will be one not easily
gotten,   and   to  judgt
Chinaman was bur-
' 1"""1 where Dr   Bl-
'',"".  Dr.   Wright   or
found
the
low'
>���
' al IT
thro
*reat
work
featment
Northern
he
-  Hallway   will
��� aXeJ Sloca"
The International
Zurich on Saturday
Swiss balloon  Mars.
balloon   race  at
was won by tlie
of
the
Basketball   Match.
In the lnterhouse basketball leagu
at   Columbian   college,   the  result
Saturday's   game   was   a   win  'or
Arts  over  the    Intermediates    by   l��
soals to 10,     Tonight the Theologues
and Faculty meet.     The Matrics st'-1
leal.
fair
ror-
by the entries
which closed on Saturday every Class
will be fuller than .ever before. The
total number of entries will not be
known before Wednesday, as those
mailed on Saturday will be accepted.
The full offlce staff starts today.
Much of    the stock    will come up
from   Seattle,  dairy  breeds  of  cattle
and  Clydesdale  horses    forming
feature ot the exhibition.
Co.'s  string of horses are
heartj   welcome    from
horseflesh,    and   they
reckoned   with in the
T.   I   Trapp and J. H.
Chilliwack.
tine
T   Mavnaru nas seni _eu . ���.
win
the
O'Neal  &
assured a
all  lovers of
expect  to be
prize money.
Wilkinson, ot
have   some   particularly
orses for exhibition.
T   Maynard has sent Red Polled
���attle, most of which were prize
ners at Victoria.
age,
and
will
William Leo Brandrith, of Ladner,
eldest son of w. J. Brandrith, secretary of the B. C. Fruitgrowers' Association, was killed on Friday at Sam-
mil Motley's farm. Delta. Ile had
evidently fallen from a wagon, and
the horses had kicked and trampled Jf 1000
on him. He died six hours later at
Ids home.
The deceased was 2H years of
and well known in Vancouver
New Westminster. Great regret
be felt at his tragic death.
W. J. Brandrith is now on his way
back from the east, where he went
with W. E. Scott to superintend the
British Columbia fruit exhibits at Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and other
eastern  points.
The funeral, it. Is understood, will
not take place until his arrival. He
has been notified by wire, and is hurrying home as rapidly as possible.
Another    brother,    Benjamin,  only-
reached  the city   'on  Saturday
the north.
Fire destroyed the residence ot
Robert Curnew at the corner Of Seventeenth street and Seventh avenue
on  Saturday avenue.
The cause is believed to be incendiary. Mr. aud Mrs. Curnew have
recently taken up their home at the
Central hotel, where they have charge
of the dining room, and have been
going backward and forward daily.
The Liouse was quite said- on Friday
when ii was last entered, and there
appears lo be, no occasion lor any
one to have visited it since.
The outbreak, which ls believed lo
have originated In the front of the
building, came flrst under Tlie notice
of N. Mosdell. who sumuii .led Frank
deal, a neighbor. Mr. Jeal, who had
the urfortunate experience of having
his own place destroyed in January
last, ran down to the nearest alarm
box. By the time Nos. . and 3 hulls
had responded, the building was well
alight. Eighteen hundred
hose was laid from the Fourteenth
Street hydrant, and good service resulted from t��-e one delivery. The
brigade saved a woodshed at the
back, but tlie house had gone too tar,
and  was gutted.
The house was valued at $3000, and
all the furniture is also lost. The
owner carried $250(1 insurance on
liouse and furniture, so that his absolute  loss,  he estimates, will be over
Twenty Years Ago.
Despite the rain a pretty good
crowd attended on the flrsl day ot
the Fair yesterday, and $168 was
taken at the gate.���New Westminster News, News-Advertiser, October
3, 188'J.
DEAD MAN VOTING
WILL BE STOPPED
Popular    Occupation    of    New
Politicians  Will   No Longer
Tolerated.
York
Be
ASK  AID  FOR VICTIMS
OF  NEW ORLEANS
New
ippeal
Orleans. Oct. 3.���An earnest
to the federal authorities for
further assistance for the storm sufferers in Terre-Bonne parish has been
sent to Washington. In addition to
a supply of 20,000 small rations directed for distribution by the war department, Congressman Broussard
has asked for 100 tents, 800 mattresses, and 800 double blankets. More
trom thun 2000 persons are still homeless
and  without means of self support.
New   York,   Oct.   3.���No   dead   men
will  vote in the coming elections, if
Herbert Parsons, chairman of the Re-
feet  of publican  county  committee,  can  pre-
I vent it.      Mr.    Parsons    said yesterday:
I "There has been a popular impression that about thirty thousand frau-
! dulent votes are cast at each election,
i but fifty thousand would be nearer
the truth. The law requiring each
p voter to make his signature has cut
idown the. illegal vote wonderfully,
i but further improvements are needed.
"In the last session of the legislature Tammany prevented us from
perfecting the signature law. A deal
was made in Washington last year
FLOOD j whereby some of the upstate Republican members of the assembly
agreed to help Tammany at Albany lf
the Tammany members of congress
would vote with the Republican organization for the support of Undo
Joe Cannon and the house rules."
Charles F. Murphy, leader of Tammany hall, said:
"I don't    know of   any such deaL
The charge has been made before."
King Edward will open the new
Royal Edward Institute at Montreal
by pressing a button at Buckingham
palace.
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PAGE TWO
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ments
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   REST. LOST. FOUND. REAL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL, BLSINESS. FRATERNAL,  ETC.
if a -an had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents a-d did not let the peopfc know anything about it. he *ouid nel Yc" ^ust Iel1 the Pe��P'e wha�� ycu h3ve t0 ,eM- why thex shcu .    pur
thing cf the value you offer the ti in return for their money.      Too Tany of us have got the habit of thinking that  :,cause *e have been a  long (t(   in   b-s -ess  everyone  mus.  of  n cess,*y   ...
Mires.      Use  the   advertisir.  cc'u-ns of The  Dl  )   New, and  *eec  "r"��t of the time..
CS____2__"J__ J >
WANTED.
LOST.
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WANTED���SHINGLE      BOLTS    OR: V.'KSTMINSTER CARRIAGE SH<
tract   of   O                    e    tor bolt                             ..                            ;        ���        R.    J.    McNeil.      Over    1
, .--.���_       See ns II                      W -   :;:.  shop  on   Eighth   -
��� of your ce esl   Carriagi i ���   ��� paint*
Btei   Mil   Co    Ltd., P. O.  B  "r~r
N' ���'    B.  C. -- REAL   ESTATE.
ed.     All work gnarante
WANTED���FOUR   OR   FIVE   R
(   ���  ._������   furnished,   :������       Lord   Kel
-.      j. bool. Apply 72. Prim en  B
1
WANTED���TO
nli ed  hoc
RENT,      A      FUR-
__  I y  New��  Office
WANTED���THREE OB FOUR GOOD
boys in B.C. I  - ���" Factory at once.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
office wi-}i knowledge of shorthand.
A  ply thla office.
WHITE, SHILES k CO.
;   ���  re  ar.d   Insurance Agents���
��� trm  nnd   > idi      ..   ; roperty,
_���    ''      p. ia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD. REAL ES-
'   te and  Ins'ir '   ���    .'"   I 5. 186
��� ���   ... v Btreet, P. 0. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown. .__nager, P. 0. Box
556,  phone 3.4.
DRESSMAKING.
GROCERY
VALUE   IN  GRO-
86      The Pure food
ry, P. 0   !;^x 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
V    DRAPER   B   C   LAND   SUR-
- nreyor.      El.ard Mock, New    ue.-t-
'   r.  B. C.
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORG LNS '! UNED ANU
your loci] tuner, W, E
U ���     B ip-.,    city,      A ii'.-
Im.
HOUSE TC  RENT.
TO    RENT���SEVEN-ROOM     HOUSI-,
w:th bath,  $12 ;_t mon-.h.      A
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
WANTED���TO KENT. 5 OR 6 ROOM
Strictly modern cottage In i-">od location. C. J. Culter, P. 0 B ix
100S. 214-2
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM _
Irwin), phone I" P. <->��� Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan.  744  Columbia street.
REAL   ESTATE.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located for
the present at the office of the Set-
tlers* Association, Begbie stre_t, opposite Windsor Hotel
MRS. J. A   STANDISH   AN  EXP
lenced  and  fi
has opened        Iressma
ir.   Room   1!.   Smith   I ock    62;
: unl la street   A trial refl
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers. 345 Columbia street
phone R2^S. The ; ta . where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���no: pre. ."d in. Goods calie i
for and delivered.
LIVERY   STABLE.
..;-. !   i'i'    ." ���    FOR    HACKS  AND
irt   turnout.     The   Fashion   Sta
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
iKSLEY'S       PICTURE       P0S1
on i ile    at  M   M
Stat   ���        -'   ���     J. O. Gam< a s 'cigar d    in. F. Mackenzii
md    1 '��������� Fair,' Col imi la street
-        ID-HANO   .
STENOGRA' ���  i    4   Tr,p.
A fl T|J
FREEMAN
Gul       :.
MACHINE   WORKS.
HE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited,  Front street,    New  W< t-
minster. Manufactur-rs of mod :.
saw and shingle mill macnir.t ry,
Mill plants and speci_cat:ons prepared.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITKSIDK   ���   EDMUNDS.   BARRIS*
���  rs     anrl     solicitors,    Westtniri tl '
Trust Bl'K"k.  Columbia  street   New
��� tti ll ster.    W.  J. Whiteside, H.
L.  Edmcuds.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS.
205 Carnarvon street. 218-6
TO. RENT���COMFORTABLE. FUR-
nished bedrooms, reasonable terms
828  Royal avenue. 209-14
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery Block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
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. 0. Box 928.
FISH   AND   GAME.
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purpose?. Appl;. Dr. A D.
Buchanan, P. O. New Westminster
WADE. WHEALLER _ MCQUARRIE
(F. C Wade, K. C . A. Whealler, W.
G.   McQuarrie),    Solicitors,   Barrl*
ti rs. etc . 42 Lorne street, oprwsite
courthouse. New Westminster,
tPlip .-������ 143. Vancouver offices,
Room. 20 -.-.VA 21, Williams building, ild Granville stret, corner or
Hastings street.
t '������
CUSTOM
Ty:
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lun. La  - ���
THEA v_;
CRYSTAL TH
. Illust
ous ttra. tions
Mondaj   Wed
- OOitll
-"   BWJ
"   Biol
'-I
THE EDISON '.
Colu-..  .
IT
TO    LET ��� LARGE    FRONT    BED-
room, 701 Agnes street, near Carne- R   T   PRINCE���AUDITOR AND AC-
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRLTT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
srone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES.
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���Eor healthy,
home-erown fruit trees phone 445.
GEORGE E MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts.. New
Westminster. B.  C
��� ��� -y
moving plctui Yd
Progra.-.  , ...j
lay an | Fri
gie Library.
_ 170
TO    RENT���FURNISHED     ROOMS;
Terms  moderate.   Apply 713  Trew
street.
countant (successor to C. Hamber),l
collections  and  storekeepers'  books | w,   E.   FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING  4  DECORATING.
HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,   New   Westminster.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing Midget loose
leaf ledg.rs; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally   News  Block,  Sixth Btreet.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets. 21 meals for $4. Home
conking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
nieht.      Opposite tram office.
TAILORS.
CALVIN. :.'     ES    VXD MENITl
loring.      A  : v _ J
Ing just in. ;. ma.isg.pJ
ing and n - Room S, Sui
block.    Enti     ��� . ���;;, .olu.-lij
and 2_ Clarkson st   l'lton��l__
ROYAL CAFE l Mrs Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup. flsh. boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or mllK.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINST-   .      W00DW0KH
Co., bank.    0 - and store- HI
cabinet,  stair,   showcases, n
and detal; ���  rk,   Designs ar.
mates  furnished,   J   Brocket j_
prletor.      Works; Corier 0i
and car line.    P. 0. _ >x _i, n$
473.
ONCE CHANCELLOR,     ,�� of boxer
NOW A MURDERER       RiBELLI0N IS DEAD
  Man   Who   Risked   His   Life   to   Save
Former   German   Minister       others Reported as Dying
Must   Hang  For   Awful Pennne...
Crime.
Santiago de Chile, Oct. 3.���Murder
anj arson were two counts in a terrible Indictment brought against a
man who had occupied a position of
honor at Santiago de Chile, and the
Ivestlgatlons brought to light one of
the most dastardly outrages on reo*
San Rafael, Cai., Oct. 3.���Chevalier
August Chamot, hero of the Boxer re-
bellion, soldier of fortune and son of
a noble family, died from consumption yesterday in a tiny two-roomed
cottage at Larkspur, penniless and
practically friendless. When the end
came only his wife, a bride of a week
and one friend, stood by liis bedside.
Chamot's life lias been one of ad-
Six Lots
A New Type Edison
Phonograph
on Eighth Avenue, between Sixteenth
and Eighteenth streets.
$1600
���ord. Accused was Wilhelm Beckert, Iventure. During the siege of Pekin
ex-Chanlellor of the German Legation he saved over 1400 white persons
and on other counts. Beckerl was'within the walls of the city from
found guilty of murder, arson, talsity- starvation by procuring provisions for
ing bills of exchange, falsification of them at the risk of his life. Follow-
the Legation accounts, and swindling,'ing the capture of the city, the man's
The Fireside, $28.60
and was sentenced to death. The outrage was one of the most dastardly
on record, and for a time lt looked
as thougu the perpetrator would escape from Justice. On February 6
last, the Chancery of the Legation
was destroyed by fire, most of the
archives being burnt. Among the ruin
was found iir body of a man, and as
Wilhelm Beckert. the Chancellor, was
missing, it was assumed to b<- his.
Winn It was discovered that large
amount of Legation money was missing foul play was suspected. Meanwhile the body found In the ruins
had been buried with official honors
as that of ilie Chancellor. The theory
was put forwari that, the outrage was
the work of certain personB whom the
Legation fcere seeking to bring to
Justice for the murder of Hirer. Germans some months previously. Then
a doubt was raised as to whether the
victim was really the Chancellor, and,
finally, evidence was produced showing conclusively that it was not, for
it was known that Herr Beckert had
three theeth missing, while those of
the victim were complete. Further
Investigation piaved that the buried
body was that of the night porter,
and It was further found that he had
been muriered, his skull being split
almost in two. A week later the ar-
fair took a sensational turn, Herr
Beckert being arrested at Lonquimai.
He was taken to Santiago, and his
trial there has occupied many months.
Although be was sentenced to death,
Jt i.s possible that the German Minister will exercise his rlghl of sending him to Germany, as the crime
was committed on German territory.
heroism was rewarded by half a dozen 'governments, ', who decorated
Chamot.
After the Boxer trobules Chamot
with his wife, came to the United
State*. He was wealthy. In addition
io hating the decoration of the Leg-
Ion of Honor conferred upon, him, the
French government had presented him
with $2(10,000. In New York his wire
procured a divorce and through unlucky Investments and his own generosity in giving away his wealth,
Chamot lost his fortune. Shortly afterwards he was taken ill. He came
to California and his nurse, Miss Mi-
zabeth Dollar, followed him. The two
were married a week ago. At the
time Chamot bad but 2u cents to Ills
name. He cabled to his sister in
Switzerland of his condition anl she
Is now on the way to America to
lend assistance that wlll come too
late.
$400 cash, balance to arrange.   Apply S,
OWNER, P. 0. Box 922, City.
SMUGGLED LACES AS
ASSORTED   BISCUITS
BALL   OF
FIRE
SHOCKED
New   York,  Oct.   3.���Two  cases  or
"assorted   bread   and   biscuits"    cost
the importer, Jos. Benger, $350 today
when  the customs officials found, In
compartments   supposed   to   contain
the sta . of life, a fur muff, a fur cape,
china,   laces  ,and  other dutiable articles.     Mr.   Benger   said   that   these
articles  were  Intended  as  prizes  for
salesmen  who should dispose of the
j largest quantity of his bread and biscuits     here,   and     disavowed     knowledge of how they came to be packed   with   the   bread.     In   addition   to
$105 duty, he was fined $215 un*
the customs act.
How About Your
New Suit for
the Exhibition?
I have the largest stock
of the latest suitings in
town and a full staff of
expert mechanics at work.
I can fill a few more orders.
the
dor
STUDENTS
Kingston, Ont., Oct. 3.���During a
sharp Ihupderslorin yesterlay a ball
of fire flew In the open window at
Queen's University, crossed the room
and smashed a window on the opposite sMe.
Two students were shocked.
I Mrs.  Pankhurst  Expensive.
| Ottawa, Oct. 3.���After considering the question of bringing Mrs.
Pankhurst, the Great Britain suflrag-
ist leader to the city, the Ottawa
equal suffrage association lias come
to thq conclusion that it will be impossible for it to bear the expense
entailed thereby.
GALVIN
Tke Ladies' and Men's T
en s 1 ailor
1,
625 Columbia Street and 626
Clarkson Street.
We have received the Edison Records for October, and they are a fine
ciion Come in and let us play
m for you. You are always welcome in our store whether you pur-
crjase or not. Come in and l��t us
entertafri  you.
Here are a few picked at random:
If I Only Had a Home Sweet Home,
by Will Oakland; Lonesome; When
the Meadow Larks Are Calling; My
Wife Has Gone to the Country; The
Old Rustic Brl Ige by the Mill; I've
Got Rings on My Fingers. Besides
the regular monthly list of 40 records, there is a special list of 50 four-
minute Ambero] records thU month
which cannot help hut please >*ou. A
call will be all that Is required. Come
along and bring vour friends
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD,
Embodies the newest and  best ideas
for
LUXURY. It is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair oars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For  Time   Tables,   Folders, or any
further Information call on or write
7. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
S. S. TRANSFEl
The   steam.-.-   Ti Mfer   ��
Brackman-Ker wa rf everj- wee*.
afternoon at 2 i      'or Lad
ham Island an I   . its, retnnl
to    New    Wi -������ i        "���> follmf
day.  Saturdi   .  retun lng samel
ing.
Additional   trip   Monday  tntf
leaving New Westminster at 5 aAl
Trips will '���   ���    le to StereslM]
bu-iness  wan   i
This schedule   subject   to c_ 1
without notice.
For freight and passenger ralrt 4
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager-1
��� Canadian Pad!
-mtW     Railway Co.
Three Trains Dal!
WITH       FIRST-CLASS     PULLMA|
TOURIST   AND  DINING CAR
Imperial Limited leavei at .Y^*-1"
Atlantic   Express leavis al
St. Paul Express at ..
For reservations and ���*�� ln'11
C B. FOSTER. E. 0011,El.
G. P. A.. Vancouver.    C.I.K. ����������
743
FRONT STREET
uy or sell ���>.r
= of any
ind I
kind, n
inie nere nr-i. t
 -  Alex. SpecK
odles the newest and  best Ideas cr/-./-aNir��    HAND    S'"K
CO.MFORT, CONVENIENCE, and SECOINU - MAI ^l"
��� ioi-
Is the place t>' 1
second-hand good
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY
which we arc offering for 40c per
They are new. i��r_s CM*!
We also have a Bplendld '8r��0
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds
Animals
for sale at a bargain, a��� re
We can't begin to WI/��  0Dt, |
have, but no matter
come here flrst,
what )'ou
Columbia
Westminster
Transfer to
jJBone
wfflce 'Phone 1��&*     wn
Columbia Street-
silvered   nrompW
Baggage   dellvereu   i
any part of the olt.
I#) ��_____.$
OFFICE-TRAM MON
-Ay. OCTOBER   . '909.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE  THRESH.
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For the Following Reasons:
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
We have an Alaskan market for our oil at
fabulous prices.
We are erecting our own refinery.
We have a lease on a producing oil well.
We own 800 acres of choice oil lands.
Our officers receive no salary.
6th
Tth
8th
Our officers receive no commission on stock
sold.
The many natural geographical advantages
we have over any other oil company in the
world.
And we are selling our stock at a price you
can afford to buy.
Some stocks, sold at 10c to 40c per share in California, are now commanding very high prices, many of them selling around $10 to $20 per share.
$100 invested four years ago in San Francisco-
McKittrick, operating 60 acres in California, is today worth $8100.
$100 invested in the Pinal Oil Co. five years ago is
bringing an income of $(50 per month and is now
worth $12,000.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
B.   C.    Representatives     International   OU   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.   Phone Main 586...   614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
;rand opening
Westminster Skating
Rink
Way Evening, Sept. 30, 7 P. M.
The management has recently, at an expense
of One Thousand Dollars, made   extensive
improvements for the convenience of its pat-
'���'' ns.   Undesirable persons not admitted.
HOURS:
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT   j.RIGHT OROS. CLAIM
TO Ail) PRINCE RUPERT MONOPOLY OF AIR
Will
Lend   Money  For   Installation   of i Will   Prosecute   All   Who   Attempt   to
Light   and   Fire   Protection
Systems.
Morning .
Afternoon,
Evening   .
.10 to 12
,. 2 to 5
7:30 to 10
PRICES:
Admission   10c;     Skates. 25c
On Saturdays. 10 to 12. all
school children will be furnished   skates for  10c
Vancouver, Oct 3.���The Btreets of
Prince Rupert are to be lighted and ,
the town is to have tbe protection of)
a chemical fir*- engint���tbe nucleus !
nf a future fire department
The  neeu  of    Btreet light,  and of
something   more   than   a  bucket   brt-
gade   has   been   felt   by   the   cltlzi i
of that town for som.' time, but they
: the   means  of
installing etthei    Princi   Rupert  being
. . Q< oi poi ited  town  without  borrowing  pow ������ ���      Thi    sltizena
: ��� provincial
rnmei li largely   mti
!   aa  parr   i   ��� ;   the  tow
Ivan - doudi   required  fo
tl , .- i,   tin.   loan   i'i    U.      .
town when Incor-
:     The req ��� pn tei
Citizei      '.       I   lon .in i
;      and    the    exei a I
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���menl  ���-���- 111  Introduce e bill
in   Of   the   legisLVu  e
to Incorporate  tbe town.    I mi
.   ilia    i ondltona of  tenure    un ier
which   real   esta      In   Prince   Rap   I
is held It may not be possible for the
: m of tbnt town to comply
with t>e requirements of the Municipal Act. when seeking Incorporation
but ir. la believed that these disabilities will be amended by the gpei Ial
j  - vion   incorporating.
in   America   With   Farnam  or
Bleriot   Machine-.
NYw York, Oct. 3.���Any attempt
to make flights In this country with
a Bleriot or Farman aeroplane, or
any other foreign-mad'- flying machine, which they consider an infring-
inent on their patents, will meet with
the opposition of the Wright Brothers.
Announcement to this effect was
made today by Wilbur Wright in bis
aeroplane Bhed on Governed b island.
in connection with a report of the
proposed !m_o.t tl in of a Bleriot
K.  Hay len  Sands    of
'������ ���    .i :   the   p .i- vi-���   of  a
Farmar   biplane by J.  w. Curzon  of
��� in, Mlss
��� U these  machines are brought  to
rhe Unite/, gtates foi   the purpose ot
making   flights   ice   villi   file    suits
v.- tbe o . oers," Bai i Mr. vv right
"Both   tbe -    mai u��d   tbe
are   Infi I nts
of our  patents."
Mr. Wright, explained, u tbe basis
for his claim, that, these two foreign
machines Infringed on the rights of
himself and his brother, .as not
merely on their patent on the warping
planes, but on that governing tbe
combination of any surfaces with tbe
planes by which the machine was
made to circle about or to maintain
Its equilibrium.
You  Can   Make   No   Mistake
IMPORTATIONS   OF   MINISTERS
FOR   WESTERN   CANADA
/"ur numerous wants    for
fy^n  Bar,.,   ,, " " I	
thin.            ' ''^azlnes. Foreign   News   Papers
3 USIJaY carried in
We bu
Stationery,    Books.    Bibies.
and in   fact  any-
a first-class  Stationery  Store.
mer. an-.   '       :ct fr��m the manufacturers for spot cash, no mid-
t-ione* 1 ?'     ' t0 be added "<��� therefore we can show you some
/��u rem ""'"  En9'ish  Church Hymn Books are now in stock.
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TODHUNTER & BURR
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SEEK   EARLY  DIVOR'-E
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New  York. Oct..    %.���LsOTa  *������
the  painter,  announced   today on   her
arrival   in   this  city   from   San   Fran-
;;;;r:,   ^    Mrs.     Evelyn  Thaw  W
paid  a  visit,  to  Reno.  *ev..  to ���
is,, a residence preparatory to bring-
n m action for divorce. Mis. ^
wld that a young woman who bad
��� 11 rhe Hindrances of being Mrs.
Thaw and who gave the name ��
ffivelvn Thaw to the conductor aboar i
rain u Reno, was a fellow passenger  is far as Chicago.
���-,,.   oung woman,'' said Miss ros-
.,���.     3tatBd  that    she    had  gone to
- ,,���,   0 establish a residence so that
"   ������a get a divorce, but that she
...     uised  so  much  annoyance  be-
l, Le of her identity becoming known
:,..,'   ,IU. was    obliged  to come easi
She said she planned a trip to  M-
-npe.
Montreal, Oct. 8.���A party of 2i>
ministers for the Presbyterian mission churches of the west arrived in
the 'Ity this morning by the steam;
ship QfftfllJJian. The party was organized In Scotland by Dr. MacLaren,
of Toronto, and came over lu Charge
of Rev. Mr. Boyd, of St. John, N.D.
About half of them are ordained mln
Isters, and the remainder are training for the ministry, and will ilnlsh
their course at Canadian colleges
after serving for a couple of years in
the western missions. They will be
appointed to churches west of Winnipeg, and wlll leave f>.r their posts
at once.
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT
FOR   PUNISHING   HIS   BOY
Trenton, Oct. 3.���Dr. Simpson, ot
Brighton charged Miss Frances Nelson, a school teacher, with assaulting liis son. The latter was punished by the school marm and the doctor charged that she used undue violence. Magistrate O'Hourke reserved judgment.
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EXHIBITION
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   FLIGHTS   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,
��� lr ship flight, Intermediate  lacrosse and football  matches.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER   16th���Championship      lacrosse
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
match,
8TOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
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DON'S
Rg Dry Goods Jtouse
Flannelette Night Wear
at Special Prices
Ladies'  Night  Dresses with embroidery    trimmings,    colors    pale
^^^^^ ^^$2.00:
,$1.50
ink   and   white;   extra  heavy  quality. Regular   price  $2.00:
85c
blue,  pn
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Ladies' Night  Dresses  with feather-stitched     trimmings;     colors
aie blue,  pink and  white.  Regular price  $1.50;   SPECIAL   ...   .$1.00
Lad;es' Night  Dresses with frilled   trimmings;    colors   pale   blue
-Ink and white.    Regular $1.25; SPECIAL	
Try us; we sell for less.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
HAVE YOU DEFECTIVE EYESIGH.?
Thousands Buffer  trom eyestrain without knowing It. it
you wain  perfect  vision, you should   have  your  eyes  examine!  often.      A   slight correction     may    insure    you
-.ilile   vision   tn   tn(. ,-nd of your life.     No charge
for examination.
al   Parlor, W.   F.  TATE,
Koom u- New Westminster. B. C.
Dominion  Trust   Bldg.
AND SAUCERS, $1.00 PER DOZEN.
(White  and   Gold  Patterns.)
FIFTC DOZEN TO CLEAR  AT THIS   PRICE.       REGULAR   VALUE
$1.35 A DOZEN.    WON'T LAST  LONG.
SIX-PIECE   TOILET    SETS    AT $2.25.      See them  in  our window.
C. B.  DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
131
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What Grade of Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from $60 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.
JOHN B. GRAY. Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
DIAMONDS
We have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
J**"6 AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES.
SPORTING NEWS
KOH.. TERMINATION
TO FIHST NIB. PLAYOFF
SATURJIA.'S RACING
Opening    Game   in   Extra     Series for
Championship     Introduces    Rough
Play.
Thi   ri   ill   ol   I-vimdaj's  game in
tl"'  ��� .tra    Beries    tor  the   N.   L.   U.
I chan pion hip al Montreal lias Impor-
tanl bi aring on the situation here as
ii tbe Irishmen win again there may
yel be a Minto cup series on the
coast, As was to be expected from
the bitter fi ellng between the Montreals and Shamrocks riv game was
conspicuous for bard checking and
rough work, and ended In a rracas.
Referee Couslneau seeking safer
quarters ir: a dres lng*room. As the
time was up, the result, 7 to 5 In fa-
voi of iln- ex-champlons ol Canada,
will stand,
The play held tasl i irougbout, several men ha\ mg to leave the field tor
repairs.     Lavlolette    was    Btruck In
Ithe groin and had to quil entirely,
anxious as he was lo finish. Kavan-
agh also lefl the field, aad the final
quartet In which the Irishmen went
ahead bad to be carried through with
only eleven men a side.
In the gathering darkness the final
��� occurred, and the spectators
from the bleachers rushed on the
field, jostling  the teams to the clul)-
jhouse. Couslneau having declared the
I game al an end in the progress of tbe
melee.
beat*
Willi
; A large crowd wi nl oul to Minoru
track pii, .- iturd .  rurnished
some splendid rai I hu lie race
"i one mile and a quarti i over flve
hurdles being thi chlei attraction.
S. oun iound little difficulty in getting uvei the jumps, bul bad to be
extended to _>������ \, tbi tasi coming
Smilter from copping the purse. Mike
Hennessj ran third,
Meltondale had an easy time
ing Terlago In the flrst race
Otranto third, Time. 1:15 1-5.
Kosslare came from behind in the
stretch and hear Josle S. with Zick
Ahrauis third  in the second event.
In the iim-1 race one mile Belling,
Aftermath easily beal .lagingy with
Wolfeville third.     Time, 1:12,
Fancy was ihe best horse in the
fourth race al 7 1-. furlongs, with
W'orkbox righl behind and b'ollle L.
third.     Time,  1:34  4-5.
In the Blxth race Hoy Junior won
air hough Nasmerito came trom nowhere and would have won in another jump. Rosevale ran third, rime,
1:46.
WE CAN snow vou
the beast line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
Large assortment just arrived.    Best value, lowest prices.
A great variety of Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.    Everything in Home Furnishings
at astonishing prices.
W. E. FAI f=_g% 612-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT  CALL 81.
FOOTBALL
VANCOUVER    DISTRICT   LEAGUE.
i First   Division.!
Celtics, 4;   Thistles, 1.
Shamrocks, _;   Westham  Island,  2.
(Second  Division.)
Shamrocks, 4; Central Methodist, _
Nationals,  I:  C. P. R., 0.
Thistles, .:  V. M. C. A., 0.
B.   l'.   K.   Ry.,  9;   Cedar  Cottage,  0.
V.  A. C.-Grandview���Postponed.
An  Important   meeting  of the  Vancouver    District     association   will   be
Ihell tonight  at S o'clock at  the  National   Sports   Club.      The   draw   for
| the  first   round  of  the  National   cup
competition   will     take    place,   while
'several  other matters of import  will
[come up for discussion.
Ladner   Field  Trials.
Spols Rip Rap. owned by D. G.
Macdonell, of Vancouver, again carried oil the B. C. championship at
the field trials held ai Ladner lasi
week, his supremacy being demonstrated In the final event of the trials
hold on Saturday. In this the dog
weni up against. Rex Salem, the Portland log which won the all-age stakes
earlier in the week. Tony Spot, also
of Vancouver, which came second In
the Derby, and The Deacon, of Everett. The results In the Pacific
Northwest field trials were as follows:
Pacific Northwest F. T. c., All-age
���1, Spots Rip Rap, owned hy IJ. G.
Macdonell; _, Rex of Salem, owned
by Homer Smith. Salem, Ore.; equal
third. Tony Spot, owned by G. Hutch-
ings. Vancouver: Kilo Viola, owned
by J. W. Considine, Seattle.
Pacific Northwest F. T. C. Derby���
1, Shasta Queen, owned by J. E. Terry, California: L\ Eastvlew, owned by
D. G. Macdonell; 3, Melrose Prince,
owned by J. W. Considine.
Saturday's  Baseball.
Aberdeen        7
Vancouver     -
Westminster  Rovers.
The attendance al the football practice   at   Moody   Square   on   Saturday
I was small, owing to the attraction ot
the  Celtics-Thistles game    at    Van-
' couver.
Seattle     10
Tacoma  6
Spokane     6
Portland     u
BOWLING
Tonight the much talked aboul
game between the "Single Men'' anl
���Married Men" takes place, the losing team having the privilege of de-
Haying the costs of an oyster supper.
On Wednesday evening a team will
journey to Vancouver for the weekly-
game.
All entrants tor the "Individual
series" who have not yet bowled
their games, are asked to do so. as
soon as possible, following are the
present   leaders  in  each  class:
Senior���E.  E. Johndro,  ave.   161.
Intermediate���ll. P Keary, ave. 161.
���Junior���F. King. ave. 135.
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Standing   of   the   Clubs.
Lost.
Seattle   ..
Spokane
Aberdeen
Portland  .
Vancouver
Tacoma    .
Won.
.108
.100
. 7S
. .78
. 70
. 65
64
88
96
110
Pet.
.Hall
.1)07
.4!UJ
.470
.420
.361
FIASCO   ENDS   JUNIOR
LACROSSE   CHAMPIONSHIP
CUT   OFF   DIGIT   TO
EARN   $1,000  EXTRA
The junior lacrosse championship
match played on Saturday afternoon I
i at the Royal Athletic park between'
ithe Grandviews of Vancouver and the
i North Wards of Victoria, enled tn
a fiasco, with the score two to one
jin  favor of tbe  North  Wards.
At the beginning of the third quarter   the   Grandviews   refused   to  con- i
tinue   unless  given   half  the  gate  re-
ceipts.
The  Nortii  Ward  players held that I
they   were   never   given   a   share    of
gate   receipts     at      Vancouver,     and J
would   uot   comply,   and   the    match
ended abruptly with  the Grandviews
leaving the field.
Referee Sweeney gave the match to
tne North Ward?, which gives them
jtbe B. C. championship.
Cleveland. Oct. 2���Mr. Fan. would
you deliberately gt to a doctor and
have one of your fingers cm off it
il would enable you to earn en extra
.1.0110  a year?
Well, that's exactly what Bob Hlg-
gins. Ilie Naps' new catcher, plans
to do at the end of the season. The
little finger on his right hand lias
been broken ten times. It's not broken now. hut it is bent so that the
first joint points in toward,the palm
of his hapd.
That first joint looks like a boll
most of the time because it's impossible for him to keep it from being
hit. It's red and sore so much that
he's in constant pain when catching.
"You will never bave any comtort,
until you cut off that first Joint,'
Manager   McGuIre   told   him.
"All right. I"ll leaf Hr. Castle do
the sawing as soon as the season's
over,"   said   Hlggins.
I  ��� a���   - 1   .   _ _ _	
A M Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
undeT h?USe'  n'ne fu"  s,zed  '0*8, frame    stable    and hen house;
th _   C"  lvatlon- directly back of the  Brunette Sawmills office, a
land
block
n��rth o'  Columb
ia  street.
F��r What?   Just Think!
$3200; .j-^	
0lu.l__,���T cash' balance $30 per month on term, to be arranged.    Exclu-
McQUARRIE   &   CO.,   Front  Street.
y for sale by
Senior Amateurs Out.
About a dozen attended the lacrosse practice at Queens pal. on
Saturday in preparation for the game
with the Maple Leafs tomorrow week.
There will be practices this week tonight, Wednesday and Friday.
WANTED, 10 RENT
with option of
purchase
SMALL IMPROVED FARM OF FIVE
OR TEN ACRES OR SO, CLOSE IN
TO CHILLIWACK, OR NEW WESTMINSTER, NEAR B.C.E.R. EXTENSION. USED TO GARDENING AND
ARE GOOD BUTTER MAKERS.
APPLY    "ALBERTA,"    CARE    OF
DAILY   NEWS.      .-   .     .
WILDCAT MINING
PLACED UNDER BAN
American  Mining Congress Closes  Its
Session   With  Adoption  of
Resolutions.
Goldfleld. Nev., Oct. 3.���Tbe American Mining Congress closed its
twelfth session here at noon today,
after adopting a resolution calling
upon the national government to legislate against perpetual franchises for
water power or water rights in Western states, and urging tbat similar
state legislation be passed without
waiting for congressional action.
The apex law, under which the discoverer of a mineral lode or vein can
follow it outside the lines ot his
claim, was another subject of discussion, and Its repeal, with ti\e substitution of a law making the side lines
of a claim its limits when continued
downward vertically, was urged.
Wildcat mining schemes were
placed under the ban by the congress,
which urged state and national legislation against it.
Los Angeles and Spokane have developed a lively rivalry for the next
session of the convention. This
question will be decided by the executive committee.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six  Races Daily, Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL  STREET   DAILY   AT   1   P.   M.     HALF-
HOUR   SERVICE  FROM  GRANVILLE  STREET  STATION.
Road Oil
and
Asphalt
B.CRefiningCo.
(LIMITED)
Offices: Winch Bldg, Vancouver,
or Refinery, Port Moody.
WE ARE NOW READY EOR BUSINESS
PATRONIZE YOUR  LOCAL  INDUSTRIES
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.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657jColumb.a Street.
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LIBOR FAMINE ON HILL ELECTRIFY
.IT PRIME MOT MAW RAILROADS
&9
....    Hundred!    of     Men     Unan-   -       L "es     Entering    c- cage    M   rt
peered���Important   Works   A . Soon  Aa.cr.  the   Ne.-   Motive
Held Up. Pov.e-.
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ts,   ail
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l.             - - -               stains no ��_.
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F.r ntc brail   !r  v rta     Pt >-. ��c.
Prer _-"��� :   0*e   mgs   pound
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dis               In the nort       f Swlu
:...���    been    nni.. ' In   a
��� the plateau easi I _.;�����
v. --��� ���   15   miles nort  ������  st t .'���-:���
7 ��� ���     ��� I   - -
:���     Bed .ppir.. wheat   nu:.. potu
��� b "  flnd horn Un] '-   amber or-
ad wild teeth   -^
a .-���  I   stati   of  preservation,  in the
ealcar* v.s mod
IHE RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSETS
A sanitary closet not requiring water or sewerage.
; S -      p.p -
cry : this ctly and dlst
:. ���   ��� -
:  : p
���   '       .       .
:
i the -    ���
timet g the year,     it
s almost an I ty to get
��� -    ....  v- :.:������:.. :..���   requ    ment.
ling is ] . .-   .-.;    a   st .:. .���
still 1    this    .'.     t preseni   tbe con-
��� .   ...       to gel    men
-.       P     "    ���        .-;���    ge V --;.:���,.     ;.     -
--actor Bouites   wl     :;
sti    ting the sewers ::: 0 ���   dty an-
���        :ner day that -
-     J ta account  of not   being
:    .-1 men.   Th-- Sl irg<
; - ��� .-     want men; thi
I Albert L .:. D_] .:.;    �� .:"
Conti    ���
���.-���-���.-     men. e
.  .    .-  are want* I
-   - ed by the Pri]      Alben
.���     ���    i severe     thou-
- ��� will be �� nti I in thi  log-
.    .      u  ps   by   Oct    15.    T  - :���    w...
-    ���  wt rk :  r ���:.-��� nding settii   -
hit   listrict   this year
EpideT-:: :' S-te2l"g.
��� I ���    Od     ��� .- ���ing stn ��� i
.- ��� I [n ���  ���   :- ntn     I Dub-
* :��� ::-..-������        ring   .  chei J ...
mpany's  \ ..���   stum I ed   an .   un ng
. ��� ��� Icli - thi n tbe roa Iwa?
-  . _���-..-
The d i   - .���-���    -  ���   . :. -
tacl     f sneezing
nd those e t 1        -    -----.
- ������ ���     is the crowd'whlcb gathered
iffected    "
��� i - . :  being -    I   sneezing
Chi ..-      Oct    3 ���The   Qrsi   i
to compel the
id terminals 1      ....      wa.
-       :. -���   |   - si -
��� '  ���    ity co.ne:   las   nlghi
ntroductl
Alder:   in Si
���
e . .     v Its tra    -  I
��� s power wj
miles of the cii
. ���     . ���   ���     ���  .    - - j
trans] _ it >1 -    -���
-. ���
Ale. Sn '��� - .-..: .- Is thi biggest local trans I ���- ��� -
presented  t     I  ���                  sine.
���   eli    ....    p ..:-:.       I       .   '������:
years a*      T     - - ���
;    ted Wi     :���      -     :    ��� -
ens       :   ': * twe.:    tS
ITJ The  estin -
��� the Illinois Cent
....  < -
Th-   same blttei
v  sompanli si    tbe elera-
��� theli   tra ��� - ten years    .
��� \: ���   ������ I to be tn��.:-   I    the elect
plan,    i: is tl ���   v eliel
Scials that 1      Dllnois
e 111 tight the ordir.v:. e in evi
;   ssible and that :.-       t wil
bav4 the support    : e* ery othi r rail-
:   .;. ir. ::.-  city.
in New Westminster's
Residential District.
ENGLISH  CHORUS  GIRLS
FIND   TIMES   HARD
���ACHE I HARRIS, Agents ,.;y
New Westminster.
a      Soap    is    di lightfu ly rein, f r    ?,y-  or ToOet    In tot
"or  washing    -ndereiotn-
la  unfziiYi.    C:carries    and
TENDERS
Sealed tenders will he received up till noon.
Saturday. October 9, for the erection of our
Frame and Corrugated Iron Car Barn, situate in
the City of Xew Westminster.
Plans and specifications may be had on application at B. C. E. P.. office, Columbia street,
Xew Westminster, or at my office.
The lowest or anv tender not necessarily
L - Jon, Oc:.    ���"     Willi ... t
i 1 years has n am
theatrical emj    .     -     tat      at a
'    -   :.eld   at   :.      ���.
Chapel,  attended   :. -���      :.
: p .-   ..:. I  ballet     -    -     tbat
���   irths '    -     pres        were
: - :..:    ;���: .��� ill     ��.--��������� ing I    thl    > ���
pressed stati    f the ]     fess
���vv   .     n        appeals 1
sistance every weefe     '��� i     ��� .   ..
girl       .. I earn   --.' a week a: a pro-;
-.:...-.    ; ���.:::      ....     r ."     ci .   __     :.ne
I  ���-���:.: season  numbers       I nol  re-
eived more than _... or even  ��1 a
The   s:v-   were   consequently
In   .-   ."   '..vr-ss and had n.��� ic  n :���
lati   :    sped  of an  engagement
a-ROOMED COTTAGE.
ON   OXFORD   STREET.
Ort block from carline. has city
.���4?.:t-. good bathroom, etc. This,
can be rented for $'5.50 per
month
PRICE FOR QUICK SALE.
$'000: $400 CASH. BALANCE |1(
PER    MONTH.
.-ROOMED COTTAGE.
ON   DURHAM   STREET
With two lots 66x132 'eet each.
Pantry, bathrco"'. a". c othes
cPoset: "2 acpie trees a-d 3 pear
trees, all bearing. Any amount
of   r = sDbe-- es :   garden.
PRICE S"500: $500 CASH. BALANCE   TO   ARRANGE.
HOLSE AND LOT.
ON   DURHAM   STREET.
House  cortai-s    5     'arge  ric~-s
:y   water,   etc.     Fruit   t'ees   a"i
chicken   house  on  the   lot.
PRICE  $16751   $500 CASH.  BAL
ANCE   OVER   TWO   YEARS.
ly paperei
ter, batl
shed and eh
ONLY   .160.
RANGE.
HOLSE AND LOT.
ON   DURHAM  STREET.
House contains 7 rooms, c ty
water. electric light, etc. Size o'
::.  er<-:2 'eet. all  cleared.
PRICE $'600: $500 CASH. BAL
ANCE   TO   ARRANGE.
6-R00MED HOOSE.
SITUATED       CORNER      EIGHTH
AVE.   AND  SIXTH   ST.
City   water:   lot   66x132  feet,   al
c ea-ed.   Right  on the  car:ine.
PRICE   $-300:   TERMS   TO   AR
P- NGE.
4-R00Mhn HOUSE
ON  AGNES   STREET
Twc     rooms and
stairs.   2   parga ..',",
hall dowrs- ,,.; '���'
PRICE $���-:.    | .":,_
ANCE   $20   PER     M "-   ,., -"
INTEREST.        THIS :-,   :"
CEPTIONALLY   GOOD 3L'Y
7-H00MED HOLSE
c .-
7-ROOMED HOLSE.
GLOUCESTER   STREET.
Neil" centre of city;  rooms new-j able   TERMS
Containing   4 .-   ;���,
\   hall   dOWnsto   PS,    .    -..-   =   i-;;:;..
: room   upsta -s hot      -���:::,-.
It',    elect.  : ;-���     ��� -       :.:<;-!-'
j for   wood:   lot '-���'--   '������:
PRICE    .: AN.    REASON
W. J. KERR, Ltd.
PINE    PASS    RAILWAY
FOR   FORT  GEORGE
accented.
W. H. HAZLITT.
Purchasing- Agent.
Oc:. 3.���'-. dlw ������ li - - ;-
' '������ Is pi lng .;. I thi pproa lng
-- ssl >n   of    pari! Nine        n>
pani-^ | . b_g .. -. . ( rallw tyi
in Manitoba and thi r. I west w.i:
seel amendm_:-< fo- -"-:.-.
time for completion ol theli projected lines. The Plni Pass Rallwa;
mpany :      ���  chartei    i
_dmont
the Pine 1 pass to I
Georgi    B.C      n the Frasi    rlvei
614 Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Phone   1 70.
B.  C. Electric Ry. Co., Ltd.
435 Carrall St., Vancouver.
AERONAUTICAL   SOCIETY
DRAWS    UP    RULES
Nancy, Prance, Oct  ���"���.���T:h   Inl
"   "    '       .'-.- ' -r . .".    C  r_-f-?s ..���
Bnal session at Nancy today     Ri -
I utlons   - ere passed  in i
r .-iona!    aerial    navigation    rules
'   " a;: led 1     sea tJ
for tbe purpose of avoip-.i  .       Idents
reqaestiug   liberal   laws   ar '.   r- . .
tions -    eming 1      .   -  rarlousi
tries, together  with  facilities  at   the
custom  hi   -��� - s .       u  bow *?:
automot lies   n    unmending tbi
Uon   ���: -    national   sysusna   ot
���  " - "-  <.nd  e_.j>s
���   ���    -      stud]     .     ni-t-o-"-
o!og>' '   ���   ..   :3p
this   e lei   ���   to  ai1_:i'">r..
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in
Price is a good salesman, but Quality is a better one.
You will find both at
The New Store
The qualities we are offering in Bedding Accessories are away up,
while prices in comparison are away down.
Beef, Mutton,  Veal,
Pork and Poultry
�����������
_E_1
>--_M .������tffi_i_n.-lViT-fr-a_ae_f..__a
Sheets
���y-    WH  TE    COTTON    SHEETS.  PLAIN  OR  TWILLED:   SPLEN
DID   VALUE    AT.    EACH c,(>_
*rH!TE    HEMSTITCHED    SHEETS.   NICE   FIRM   CLOTH:
M   S ZE.   PER   PA'.R     m.75
"���: i-   SIZE.   PE=   PAIR   . .
s: :���:
Pillow Slips
PLAIN   AND   HEMSTITCHED. IN A VARIETY OF WIDTHS AND
PRICES,   FROM.   UP     2:;
Sheetings
Large Stock  of  PLiin  nnd  Twilled
WIDTHS  74   TO   104:   PER YARD	
Flannelette Blankets
������   ���       beaten
���C4  vvh;te  OR  GREY.  dEd   PAIR	
11*   WHITE  OR   GREY.   PER   PAIR ja.yj
���24   WHITE   OR   GREY,   per   PA,r ^^
White Wool and Union
Blankets
7.  B,   AND  9   POUND  WEIGHTS, PE  RPAIR   ..   ..$4.50 TO $10.00
of the best quality.
�������������������������������� �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������������+*
E. C. TRA VES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
Wadded Comforters
LARGE SIZE. AT $-.50, $��� "5 T0
27 ic TO 50:        | DOWN   QUILTS.   UP   TO
Electric Railway Service
.   $2.00
.$15.03
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
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Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every balf
bour from 5:50 a. m. Las:
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twen:y minutes for both Sapperton acd city limits over the
city   line.
City   Lme:   '."a's    t^r>  A'
office on tbe boa". :wf::
ntet   after,   ani   ^r:-v_   ' : .
after, commencing a: - -
-..     . p. it
Sapperton   L p n e:
at  ren  minute* *;^:  "-' '.. .
half past Uti ti'-r n -:'"
the  bour, C��Bin��   " I
a. m.
:   ���
Sunday servce ':.   '
twe
en 8:30 a. ni.
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I  ** :'��� )NDAV.
OCTOBtR
1909.
THE   DAILY   NEW8,
PACE   BBVBiM
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BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DIN
NER TABLE FOR EXHIBI
TION   WEEK.
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,opsis
OF
HOMI--
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CANADi
,PsSt'eSAd'REGULATIONS.
.    ,. i,,,,,,, Landa will
,:, li
rail*
,.,.   I    y,       of W
,    o     I     "<not
more or less.
a ;;       personally at
Ici   ' .   tbe  district
i i8 situate.     Entry
, .,, .er, be made ��n
I v    in,-    father,
brother or sis-
n   i ile D      '      '   ;-:'1"1 .
eb.Ji ii. Brl isb Colum-
om,   - idi p   ������ an) per-
bead of a family
IO
(ll
MOREY & CO.
ARE   MAKING  A
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF DIN-
NERWARE
t:   !
IIUSHT
iAP������
I
-  the difference
: ing   and   bavin;
��� '.vork done for you ?
ight Soap actually makes '
e dirt drop  out   saves   vou
md money-bit   injures
neither hand
Clothes. That
might bb_a_s all
s fob flight
W_ ARE USIHG PURE C.UTADIAN
'������'rSZJWS(SK^_
:iLK LT
homesteader.
Is required to pi r-
-.,-   connec ed   ,:i ire-
, ;.     ol    the    loiiowiug
FOR A FEW
AND SEE IT
BIA   STREET
under
iMOREY'S
is just the
difference
bet v- e e n
Sunlight Soap
and ordinary
soaps.
.. |_ months' re Idence
.   ion of tin- laud ou
-.   years.
: | 0r mother, If tne
,   ol the homesteadei
':;   in tbe vicinity ot
jan(l entered for, the requirements
i,..;.   be satlsfli .1    j
. ,.,,.  |     ung with the lathi
1 his permanent
. irmlng   land   owned
t inlty of his home-
��� oi nts as to rer-l'l nee
\l satisfi' I  by   residence   upon
laid land.
[months' :    Ice in writing should
' ",n ,,,       commissioner of Do-
Ottawa of intention
' ni-
[     i   al mining rights  may   be
Ej for   a period of    twenty-one
mal  rental  of  $1   per
' \,r    : ore    than    _.t;0    acres
I to one Individual  or
A royalty  at the rate oi
I jots per '"ri  Bhall  be collected
lemercnantabla coal mined.
W  W. CORY.
tof tbe Minister of the Interior.
it-Unauthorized    publication   ot
Cjv rv-'i   at  wlll    not be pata
Ascends   to
Third of
Height   of   Almost   One-
a  Mile���Carries German
Crown   Prince.
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, ilu .
I
r Ihe Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1^69)
PAPtR DUTY
AS TA. ON KNOWLEDGE
Capital Paid up
Reserve Fund . .
Total Assets  . .
.$ 4.700.000
. 5,400,000
. .55,000,000
America
In   and   out  of   town  accounts  solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Publishers'   Union
Impending Trade War With the
Dominion.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' chequs bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F.  SHUTE,  Manager.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
The condition of the old bridge is
not  considered     safe    for    vehicular I
thai .in application has!traffic,   and   the  public   generally  are
made tn register  Anni,.   Ryder cautioned  against     hauling   loads  ofl
any kind over It.
Persons  continuing  to  do so after
tbi_ notice must takp all th^ risks ou
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry   Hall,   New  Westminster,  July
23rd, 1909.
truer iii f      Imple, under a tax
;. .-', iney A. Fletcher to
,..        r beat ag  date  the  13th
of October, a. D., 1906, of all and
aj- thai certain   parcel   or  tract
"land and premises   situate,   lying
being In   the    district  of    New
tmlnster, in the Provinc of Brit-
Columbia,   more    particularly
urn   and   described    as  Lot   li.,
h 1; Lots 8, 9. IG and 17. Block
..-. 1, 8   -. 16 and  17. Block    ti;
I :,, 12, 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots
9,16 anil 17, Block 1"; Lota 1. 8.
,6 and 17. Block 12;  Lots 4, 5, 12,
_.: :   Block 13;  Lots 1, S. 9, in j
IT. Block 14; Lots 1. 8. 9, 16 and |
.lock 16; Lots 4, 5, and 20, Block I
Lots L 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block IS: |
i Block 21;  all   subdivisions of |
S.,toup 1      Lots 10, 11, 12. Li.
nils,Block "K"  subdivision of
-" ''��������� ���;- 1; LotB 21. 25, 2G. 27.
'ini 3.', Block 1; Lots 2. 8, 4. 5, 6.
ill, II. 13, 14, 15 18, 19 and 20.
I; l/n 16, Block 5;   Lots  1, 8,
Sand :; Block 15; Lots 4, 5, 12.1
'and _���"'. Block 9, subdivision of Lot
Group 1;  Loi  7.  Block 4, of Lot
.Group l Map 171,
w and those claiming through or
ir you and all persons claiming
Interest In the said land by vtr-
of any unregistered instrument,
��� wns claiming any inierest
said land by deBcent, whose
la noi registered under the pro-
��'��� ��f the "Land Registry Act,"
required to contest the claim of
tax purchas��r within ten days
ffl the date of the flrsl
this notic
Washington,   Oct.   3.���A   statement
in the matter of an Impending trade
war with Canada has been Issued by
the Committee on Paper of tne
American Publishers' Association. "To
protect a combination ol worn out
paper mills, some of which have since
been abandoned for news print paper
making purposes," the statement says,
"the United States government has
been forced into a tariff war with
Canada, which promises to be far-
reaching in Its scope. The Canadian
authorities say they sell $'.mj,.00,00.
wortb to the United States and buy
from it ?160,000,000. If it comes to
a tariff war they claim they have the
Whip hand, and while they regret the |a
situation, tbey do not propose to be I
forced to terms.
Potsd i Oct.    :;.���ur-
villp-   Wright,   the    \ i,.,;
yesterdaj   broke  his i | and
al' olliei   recori .  flying. He
unpreci dp nn d he        ...
more   l ilthougii    an
Official .1,1 ,ken.
He had a red lettei daj in a double
sen��_ in his experience as an a rlator,
taking up the ( rown Prince Frederick
\\ illiam as a passeni er, an i more
than doul.lm- the altitude record,
which he made recently over the
same field The Crown Prince had
been constantly urging Mr. Wrlgbt
since he firsl saw him flj to take
ilm up as a passenger.
Wrighi evadi d this responsibility
.while making flights al the Temple-
hof field, bui since the beginning ol
the flights al Bornstedl Field, near
Potsdam, the prince had been telephoning the aviator every morning,
asking him if he was read.-.' to gratify
his request. Wrighi flnallj consent-
Deplores ed today- Tl"' prince reached the
(field ai 4:30 in the afternoon, wlth-
|out his adjutant. After drawing on
his overcoat al Wright's suggestion,
to sa\e his uniform from being bespattered with oil, the prince took
bis seat alongside the aviator, and
the machine rose in the air. Wright
kepi it at a height of about 2U feet
for a brief period, bul the (.'town
Prince exclaimed: "Higher, higher'
Finally the aviator went up above 00
feet, and the crowds heartily cheered
the prince, who waved back his acknowledgement. The aeroplane
glided back to the starting-point ten
minutes  later.
The crown prince congratulated
Mr. Wright on the ease and safe motion of the aeroplane and presented
him with a souvenir of the occasion.
a diamond and ruby pin composing
the letter "W" and crown. He
watched the daring aviator make his
high flight, which also was viewed by
larg- multitude.
When he returned to eartl
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS Ql
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN  CO., Ltd.,  TORONTO
_
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Mano-i Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1   p-.r  day up.
Room  and   board  $2.50  per  day up.
F.om  with   bath  $2.50 per  day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
CARLETON   GILBERT,   Mgr.
BRIDEGROOM DISAPPEARS   j PRESIDENT TAFT
ON EVE OF WEDDING |  CONLLUDES SEATTLE VISIT
Manager of Armour &  Co.'s  Plant atiOnly   Untoward   Incident  Was  Arrest
Omaha Thought to Have Been
Murdered.
Omaha, Neb., Oct. 3.���Almost on
the eve of the date set for his wedding  to one of  the  leading  bei
of   Man
Who   Carried
Revolver.
Loaded
Portland,   Ore.,     Oct.   _.���Carrying
out  a  program   which   was  arranged
0j.|with special  reference to bis comfort
uviv   -,, .w,   George   Bowers,   act-'aild  convenience,   and   yet   calculated
ing manager of Armour & Co.'s pack- I "'��� Sive the  people of the entire city
| to
Omaha,  mysteri-  an oppommiiy
and    detectives
to see him, President
Taft spent in Portland yesterday
I what he declared was one of the plea-
sautest days of his Western trip.
COAL
tyew Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
j ing  house  at   Soutli
��� _. __ .. -��� . .. Wright, 5 ously    disappeared
! speaking    of    his    marvelous    flight, i working on the case todav fear that
Canadian   retaliation     will     Strike said: I he has ben murdered.      He had $4000
American exports as varied as coal I "I never flew so high before. No,and jewelrv valued at $1000 on his! There was but one outward mci-
and cotton, iron and meat, fruit and measurement was taken, but I estl- person at the time of his disappear- '���dent- tne a,'rest of a man who carried
automobiles,  oil   and   live  stock.   But jmate that I reached an altitude of f)U0 !ance  September  5 ia camera, and  his efforts to get In-
tbe most serious feature of the pros-(meters (1637 feet). It is difficult to] On September 4, Bowers drew ���t0 the front rank ot' spectators just
pective war is that which affectslgauge height, but I make the estl- '$411110 from his personal funds in the |as the President was leaving his ho-
wood products, valued at $30,000,000. Imate from the time it took me from j bank and started for Northern Call-|te1' caused his apprehension by the
brought into the United States from-the starting point to the greatest alt. ifornia where he intended to inspect Police.     When   the   man,   who   gave
the    Dominion.      Directly    or    indirectly,   all   the   masses   who   read   for
amusement or instruction must pay a I
tax   upon   knowledge  for  the  benefit |
of derelict paper mills, and  trade between the two countries is to be par-'
alyzed."
ttide.
English Watchmaker
Y
case,
Elgin
Gold W'atc'jes for Ladles from $12./5
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver   Watches,   gents'  open
publication  $7.50 up.
mid In default of a cav-      Agent    for    Walthaiii   and
.Tc.rtl_._a_, of lis pendens being Watch-S.
fitlnii such p-riod, or ln default
Wemptlon before registration, you
facli of you will be forever ����-
fJ and debarred from setting up
1 claim to vr m respect of the'said
Und I shal! registei Annie Kvder
ower thereof in tee.     And I her.-
JWer thai  publication of this no-
fctor ten days in a dallv iiewspaiw^r
mm  In   New   Westminster   will
BEAVER FARM IN
ALGONQUIN PARK
Ontario    Government    Could     Derive
$30,000  to  $40,000  Yearly   From
Enterprise.
Russell   Hotel.
W.  N.  Shaw,  Vancouver.
Alfred R.  Ocke-inan.  Vancouver,
''has.  II. Sparks, Vancouver.
,/.  Dayton  Williams. Vancouver.
T.   W.   Dawson.   Toronto.
Paul  Swansea    Westham Island.
W.  Aniliff.  Winnipeg,  Man.
W.   II.   Leishmaii.   Toronto.
Miss Et. Warde, Vancouver.
Join   W.   Wilson.   Vancouver.
A.   lv   Skinner,   Helena.  Mont
Helena.  Mot.t
and  wife.  Vancou-
,  ..��.ar
.-��� and sufficient service thereof.
il l ;it ,h- land registry ottice,
f WmtmlMter, Province of British
30th   day  of   August,
C S   KEITH,
District Rc-glstrar.
ib i-i",   KSsq.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two doors  rrom   Geo. Adams, Grocer
Bank of Montreal
��� D.. 1909,
Samui
1 r,
Ite?'JT " aore) ot ����'Hheast Qiiar-
'wminster distrlcl
���cat?ri*?JT00t "f tte 'oss of certl-
K n:,,���, ��� \,Tber 17r,7a' lsSl,e,i ln
11^lYonh.r,,1*'SOn'ha8been
lat'tY^.vni. Vr"t,y ?iv,'n that I shall,
1*6 date.Ki ��Dnor on�� month from
of in , ... ,"1" Br��' publication tare-
th�� Citv _m n9W8PaPer published in
HWlcaLofrt    ^?tol��iitw, issue a
h�� *<> meTwrtSgd ��"36Cll0n   be
n.    ,      C. B." KEITH,
Unci Ci.    Ue��^'i'��r of Titles.
Mnster ilYY ��m��e-    N''=w  West-
��� A,'S'nst 2, 1909.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, ami in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
'__U-   Assets over $168,000,000,110.
rlEVt' WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Und
REGISTRY   ACT.
_011 21, I.0-68  ��f  1>0rn��"  "f  spC"
New W.  2-?; Q0;tt range 6, west
Whereatft    fr Strict.
*Y*��Y\YllA! "Uv loa�� of certi-
0. F. 1,.,.    UUl11'l Lodge No 24 1 c.
Notice .b_SLvfllefltatU^"offlce1:0,
0. .date ��f the firi ??,,month from
?. '" a dallv .J!!?1 '""'"''I'tinn here-
?6/'t. TYYA^ published m
Mttpilcai ^Westminster, issue
ti ('ss j" Y i,Y',A{W certificate,
Uon be mad , ' """" �������� objec-
t0 t>e in writing
r Distrlo. A'  S' KEITH,
;'ml Ro��       .^YU,l':i'- "'! Titles.
er- B. C   a   a0fflce.  New
^ September 9
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Columbia Street Local Improvement
Notice.
Pursuant to section 20 of the "Local Improvement General Bylaw.
1909," notice is hereby given that tne
Assessment  Roll    of    the "Columbia
Toronto,  Oct.    3.���Thomas    bouth-
worth,  formerly  director of Colonization   for  Ontario,    suggests  that  tbe \
province   establish   a  beaver  farm  in
Algonquin    park.      He says:      "The
work of securing the annual  harvest
of   beaver  skins  could   be   safely   entrusted  to  the  superintendent  of  the
park and  staff of rangers.  The beav- i
ers live in families.     The rate 01 increase is ciuite  definitely  known and ;
it  would be  quite   practicable  to  se- j
cure  several   thousand    skins  yearly. |
These  could be  stamped  as property 1
of the government and sold.
"The   sum    of    $30,000    to  $40.01)0 I
could easily  be obtained  yearly  from
this     source     without   exterminating |
the   beaver,   and   this    could   provide
the fund for park purposes, whieli is I
much needed."
G.  II.   Ferguson.
Frank  J.  Phelps
ver.
Mr.  and   Mrs.   J.   A.   Zellng,  Salina,
Kansas. .    .
Stanley  McLeod,  Montreal.
Phil. Meyer, Seattle.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   F.   Wright,   Vancouver.
D.  W. Carline. Winnipeg.
I some placer mines in which he is interested and spend a few days bunting. Tlie following day his fiancee.
Miss Daisy Rogers, one of the most
charming girls in Omaha society, received a message from him dated St.
Paul, through whieli city his route
^���as to take him. No word lias been
I received from him since.
Two weeks ago relatives of Mlss
j Rogers and officials of the packing
'company became frightened, tearing
: that something dire had befallen the
��� young man. Detectives were em-
i ployed and have been working on
ithe case ever since. No trace of the
missing man after his arrival in St.
! Paul hat been found and tbe authorities fear that he was robbed and
i murdered.
Miss    Rogers    is    prostrated    With
grief and refuses to receive anyone.
bis name as Arthur G. Wright, was
searched, a revolver and an extra supply of ammunition were found upon
him. Wright tells a straightforward
story. He states that he is a draftsman in the employ of the C. W. & F.
Smith company, of Roxbury; Mass.,
and that he has been on a three-month
pleasure jaunt through the West. The
police will hold him pending further
investigation into his antecedents.
COMMERCIAL  CABLE   CO.
STOPPED   IN   NEWFOUNDLAND]
Windsor   Hotel.
Walter  Norton, Toronto.
H. E. Todd, Toronto.
W.  Klein. Surrey.
C. .1.  Br.ne, Portland.
Frank Reader, Mission.
Cleeve   Moore,  Brantford.  Ont.
E.  Robertson  and   wife.  Victoria.
Thomas Deasy, Agassiz.
Joseph   Weaver.  Kingston.
E. J.  Keinmiller, Regina.
Lougheed,  Harrison.
���T.  McLean, Vancouver.
Richardson, Vancouver.
Mutrie. Vancouver.
M.  Bentley, Vancouver.
A. Perkins, Langley.
CELEBRATION CLOSES
IN BLAZE OF GLORY
Shouting and    the    Tumult Dies and
New York Resumes Its Wonted
Routine.
I
D.
A.
E.
B.
F.
R.
St.
work
pany
duits
rder
John's N. P., Oct. 3.���The
of the Commercial Cable coin-
in putting its underground con-
in the streets of St. John's in
to connect its city offices with
CANADIAN   FEDERATION
PRESENTS VIEWS TO PREMIER
Ottawa,    Oct.    3.���The    delegation
representing the Canadian Federation
of Labor,  which  has been in annual
session  here  all week, waited on  Sir
Wilfrid Laurier    and    the    Hon. Mr.
King yesterday and formally present-
a-jed the resolutions    passed in conven-
siiore   Whi> ll Is exceedingly Wild and Ition which call for federal legislation.
solate      The cable operators must j    These  include    a    demand for the
travel night and day to and fro j construction   of   the   proposed    new
navy in Canada; bonus on steel; shipbuilding,  tbe    coinage    of    half-cent
the place of landing of its cable, was
slopped  yesterday  by  the   Newfoundland    authorities.      This    renders    it
necessary  for the cable    company  to |
operate its cable in a hut on the
sl
d
now
between the shore and the city, over
a most difficult  and  dangerous country.     The cable company has decided
to ask  the  American  government
intervene.
Templeman Returns to Ottawa.
Ottawa.    Oct.     3���Hon.      William
Templeman arrived from the coast
this morning and saw Sir Wilfrid
Laurier. It is probable that within
the next few days a decision will be
reached   in   connection   with   the per-
pieces; extension of tbe provisions of
to;the Lemieux act to cover all industrial disputes; taxation of all foreign
employees brought into Canada; the
impropriety of members of military
bands belonging to international
unions; and the appointment of a
commission to enquire Into the alleged evil effects of international
unionism. A promise of consideration was given.
New York, Oct. 3.���New York city's
I share iu the Hudson-Fulton celebration ended last night with a carnival
j parade and a display of fireworks and
'warship illuminations on the Hudson
1 river. Today most of the half hun-
j dred men-of-war anchored here will
'begin their preparations for departure
land the -ity's half million visitors
will pack their trunks and turn
'homeward.
The city was in its fairest mood tonight for the carnival pageant, with
thousands of marching men in costume of varied character and Us ti��y
elaborate floats.
At S o'clock, wheu the long procession stared, the crowd of spectators
was the greatest of the week's celebration. The floats in parrade cost
a quarter of a million dollars.
During the day the children of
Greater New York had their fling.
There were forty-six separate parades ln which 500,000 children took
part.
Street Local Improvement" iB open for Lonnel 0f the British Columbia court
Inspection at the office of the Asses- ()f appeali and a)80 in respect to the
Westmln-
1909.
pection ���.	
sor in the Citv Hall, New- WestmlnBter, British Columbia, ami '" ���M
the owner or anv person interesten
in any of the properties Included
therein, desires to appeal from BUCn
assessment he shall within the penoo
of eleven (11) days from the nrsi
publication of this notice, give notice
to the undersigned 'n writing ot m-
intention  to  appeal. , ,_
Dated this 29th day of September,
A .D., 1909.
\V.  A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Date  of  flrst   publication. 29th.W
of September, 1909. "��'i '
new
Hon,
lieutenant-governor
James   Dunsmuir.
to    succeed
NOTICE.
FROM  COUNTY COURT
TO   SUPREME   COURT
Ottawa, Oct. 3.���The "Canada Gazette" announces the appointment of
C. H. Barker, of Nanaimo, to be
judge of the county court and  local
  I judge  of the    supreme    court,    vice
Those having rooms to let during Judge Harrison, resigned; also af
Exhibition week please hand their [judge Grant, of the county court of
names and addresses with particulars j Vancouver, to be a judge of the su-
i) the Secretary at the Exhibition preme court of British Columbia.
.rounds as a number of applications! Upon the Hon. A. B. Aylesworths
h,ve already been received applying return It is expected that something
r,',r accommodation during Fair week, will be done in regard to the estab-
W. H. KEARY, ilishment  of the Court of Appeal  for
Mgr.-Sec.    ^he Province of British Columbia.
Smuggled a Dressed Pig.
Tacoma, (Oct. 3.���Wm. Reese, a
farmer of Sumas, Wn., near the International boundary, was fined $800
and costs in the federal court yesterday for having smuggled a dressed
pig across the boundary from British
Columbia to the United States. He
pleaded guilty and paid the fine.
ALASKANS  DISSATISFIED
WITH  PRESIDENT'S SPEECH
Skagway, Alaska, Oct. 3.���The action of the grand camp of the Arctic
Brotherhood at Seattle in making
President Taft an honorary past
grand Arctic chief is the cause of
much Indignation among members of
Camp Skagway, No. 1, of the Brotherhood. A special meeting of protest
has been called for tomorrow night,
and it is stated by officers of the
Skagway camp that disregard of the
protests of the northern camps will
cause them to secede from the grand
lodge.
The feeling is Intensified by President Taft's Seattle speech, in which
he opposed home rule for Alaska, and
the Indignation is not confined to the
members of the Brotherhood.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEW
SEPTEMBER
I
These are the numbers that
entitle you to a 109-piece china
dinner set
43,994,
37,221,
56,677 I
61,114,
64,001,
51,348 1
69,423,
58,276,
66,723.
56,297 1
If you have not drawn one
yet, you certainly will soon.
Each month from the duplicates of the coupons placed in
the sacks of Royal. Standard
Flour leaving our mills, we
draw ten numbers. When you
secure one of these, you are
entitled to a dinner set free of
charge. You probably know
many of the winners. Watch
this paper each month for your
turn.
Royal Standard Flour is the
best and purest Bour on the
market in Western Canada today. It ls a superior tlour���
not merely different, but superior.
MANUFACTURED  BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN GO.. Ltd.
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COLUMBIA STREET.
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   wH e   *:' dayi"g   use
aVIuir's Wilcfiozel Cream
We also  hav; a     kinds  of cotv
pexion   crea ���s   an_   skin   f:;_s
at
MUIR. DRUG STORE
Ellard  B!cck.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
BUSINESS
SCMOOL
We c^airr. to .e:ve youne men and
women the qualifications for escv-
.-:.: business positions in which they
:    ���- good.
Our fall term is now open with a
- i '.. : is_ of young men anj wo-
Imen in attendance. Shall we look
:' r you to join our number In the
near future? A few months' train-
::.- jc our school will prove a I'.felong
satisfaction to you. Day and ever.
In. :lasses.     Call or wri:e.
A.  L. BOUCK. Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
SPRING     LAMB.     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
_��rner Eight- Bt ni    Fifth Aven_��
PHONE  *70.
��� OWELL A ODDr. Froonetop*.
On and after this date ���
business of this Company will
be transacted in the offices
lately occupied by McBride <_
Kennedy. 2. Lome street, in
the company's head office building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO.. Ltd.
F. J. HART. M magi -
Mew Westminster, Sep:. 25th,
'  .:._ for t_? garden a: 1". .y ?
1.4
\  I    Henley  is   ou:   dririi .
-   :    t continues
I it-   trouble.
Stevenson's
���   ��� - -..i. I shoes    tc    be  s
thirt] days. -'������������
For :..-:-o ass >.;;t Bow ers and anj
kin     ( :v ral work, teleiii Darn
G een     ise, R_u_.
A   ^p me ���::::-       I     I
sis   Society  will
this afl .- Ic at the resi
-   A. J. Hill, F ^-
���    prepare thi  tags to b<   ised   ���  ���
Day, October 14.
"Lifebuoy    Soap Is detighttu
freshing I     bath or toilet wasn-
:: .    .-  li .: g    it    Is    Ul
Ch   uses   and   purifies
B  C. K. R. cl      nd S ton cars
wiii mai      Be ex
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v ittendinj -���
Minoru   park    Lulu   .-._..
ast Sapperton car wl :
..:    . .. ar al
11   .    ;.:. .
A meting    :   ::.-   W C.T.C.  wi     : ���
held in th<     Id Odd Fi       - I    -
al lock to prepare fo
the work in coi a< i ti n wil    the n sl
���    ..: r;.  exhibition.   All tm in ers
: the uni >n v..  IniIti _
T ���   steamer   ::  osfei
'-. ���.-    ll - ���      " :	
for Ladner   Vestha
pokits     -   .        ���    .  :    thi     ftern
Instead of al        - ���   returning
te  :��� ill iwing   i    rning.      On  S i
she will maki   an est      rei ina
trlj   ..::..::._ in the cil    in the <
.- -       Tr:: s wi) I     Steves
ton as the business  warrants **
Al the next mei tin_ I ���'��� st-
mil ster  Tradt-s  .;:. I    i_abo     t   ::   .
trill bi I on Friday next. C.
O.   Young    _��� rseral   organizer   of   tne
Aj erican   Federation   of   Lai
.-: ���   -. on Trades Unionis
Youi   hox in a safety deposit vauli  U
ja private affair.      No ont   haa access
::   but  yourself.      .'. e  les, it
lis    safe and    that  is  a : woru:
(something    to you.      Then    il   costs
���:.::���  a vr,.all sum to ren; one of v - --
-   a sjrprisintiiy small sura.    _et
'us tell you about it.   Dominion Trust
Yo..    Ltd..  T.   R.    Pe..:-  i     v.nager
New  Westminster branch. --v-4
J.  H.  Todd  Is forming a manloiin
I - Utar club in connection w-ith nis
business.      The   member snip   Dick ts
'are $2" including th<   .:..-'���   menl and
!three   months'   tuition.      The   ins;ru-
ments are of    high  grade.      Applications  should  be   made  a:   Mr.  Todd's
isle  store.  Columbia street.
T. J. Sullivan, general president c>:
the Bartenders' Union oi Hartiora.
Cone, who is paying a rtsii i tbi
coast Inspecting local unions ������>.!> a
risitor to the city on Saturday.
Tho:    -   . ��� isy,   who  has  beei   ��� n-
gaged  on    special     work  over!.,
the Indians in the  hopfl    :-    bas  returned to the city.      He says :he Indians at Agassiz and Chi llwa .-.    *:.
Numbered    about    1300    In al
een ���-;���   :.....   well behaved this sea-
v.-    been    a    good one
:..  the bops.
Buy orchard ian.:s wnile thej ar-
cheaj ar.-; :ecome Independent. We
are '������ . official agen:s ot' The Westen
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Le:
is tell j . ab< ..: their choice hold :.-.-
a: Appleland. A ne-.v towns:, and
:: :.: llstrlct along the iine of th
_ C Electric Chilliwack iin,. and V.
V. dr E. Cloverda'.e :o Sumas i.a..,-..,:
"i ��� s section excelis in the production
of all fruits. Come at once whilu tlji
���-��� lands are s^iipng cheap a:;d li . us
sl -v you this section at our ex] nse
We can sell ;:ve. tr::. fifteen aa.
ty acre tracts ou easv ter:::s t
J.  Hart  _:  Co.,  Ltd.
i
NAVAL   HERO   RECEIVES
HIS   SECOND   MEDAL
��������������>�������������������������������>���������  ����������������������������������������������*�����������-������������
. 1'Lade in south bend KnJ. 1 uL \
SEND YOUR HEATING STOVES TO ���
JAMES & McCLUGHAN |
FOR REPAIRS. |
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster *
FINE FOOTWEAR
- -'   ���     Oct.   3.���K ii    :   ���    -    -I
ond time in his lifi :. Kii .      w
tender on the United St
Sal    ..  whto hails  from Irel
who enlisted from New York.  ���--   -  I -
. .;���  awarded a i     Ial oi honor fi .
the  :.    ..   J-
I      ment      K. ��� .    ras ii
feed    wai :  ���     .-
von   Roa.:-      .   -
September J i      a
��� i to one of tbe boiiers.   His
u the emerge) ,    -
:.---: i
saved the ship i
accident.      He not  only manip :
v to prevent a   Us-
���������'��� rendered  aid to othi ��� - in
:��� -        t thi    isk of his own life.
- -  Brsi  medal  was granted tor |
a similar act of heroism on board the
Vicksburg in 190L
Chamberlin & Co. I
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters ���
West End Property
GOOD BUYS
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13,
Office, Eighth St.
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F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. {
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Have You Seen Those
Charming Styles That We
Are Displaying?
This is the question that comes up
in the conversation of all shoppers.
Not in years have we seen styles
create so much enthusiasm, so captivate all women.
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THE NEW IDEAS I .WOMEN'S WEAR INCLUDE TWO
AND THREE PIECE SUITS, SKIRTS IN SCORES OF
STYLES.    WRAPS.   COATS.   WAISTS.   AND     OTHER   AP
PAREL.
The quality is a good point to consider.    We lay
great stress upon this particular feature. Our large
and unequaled buying facilities enabled us to secure
this great range of styles, and also enabled us to
quote very popular prices-prices unequaled elsewhere. This is truly a season of novelties in styles,
and for that reason, if for no other, you should' see
this display right away.
CHILDREN'S   COAT
MATERIALS
Materials suitable for
children's coats are in de
derr.and these days. We
mention a few of tne most
popular  fabrics.
Scarlet K.-r>- ;��� Cloth, 54-
inch cloth in heavy w< Ig ts
-   '     el     :    king uj
it lining Tl:re- sl
p'f cardinal���military scar-
... il cardinal ami dark
cardinal, navy grey and the
��� I colors shown als i In
this same mater: U pet y U d
only $1.50 to S2._.
FUR     LINED.     CAPE     KID,
AND   DRESSED    KID
GLOVES
of every description now on
display in tlie the giori -��� ���
tion. it is certainly a complete showing of popular
gloves that is now pc^-
to select from The best ot
several makes ar.- her- In
their particular sty..-.
Ladies' Fur-lined Gloves In
tans and browns, only per
pal) . .   $1.25  and  $1.50
SiU-lined     Gloves,   per   pair.
only $1.75
Cape     Tan     Kid   Gloves.   :
street   and   heavy   a-.       |   ���
per   . . .$1.00. $1.25  and $1.50
Ladies'    Biack     Automob  e
Gloves, per pair $3.co
Children's Kid Gloves in the
"Mid. : Cape kid and
dri ssi I   k. :   finish,  per pair
 75c   to   .1.00
Ask for Reynier's Kid
Gloves  for   Ladies.
���   c.arantee every pair of
Reynier's  Kid Gloves.
"Infanta" 2-clasp fine Krench
kid in tan. brown and black
P*r pair    $-.25
"Bouneval" a splendid line
of gloves In tan. brown,
mode. navy, green gray,
black and white, sizes 5 1-2
to - inches. Per pair $1.50
"Su ette" the nicest dressed kid glove in the stock.
sewn. 3-domi : isti i
ers and the most pliable ot
Ls - the Sozetti
It pays to buy thi   bes
I       $-.-5
CORDED   VELVETEENS,
60c   per   yard.
Heavy corded velveteens
In shades ol navy, cardinal.
fawn, brown, purple, grey
and cream
HOSIERY FACTS
Our constant endeavoi is
to procure reliable hosiery.
We gather here and there
such lines as ��. know are
worthy. It is a better showing than ever that we place
before our customers this
fall as a result of our painstaking efforts.
WOMEN'S   HEAVY   PLAIN
CASHMERE   HOSE.
Several lines th<_t we have
boucht  especially to fill the
wants made    known
hosiery   counter   by   customers.    Heavy  weight  all  wool
-   ��� firm  and  strong;
sizes   I'.   9   1-2,   and   10     :
pair. .75c, 85c. 90c  and $1.00
HEAVY   RIBBED
CASHMERE   HOSE.
v.ry   bl ar;d  strong,   two
and om   ribbed, per pair...
 75c,  85c,  and   $1.00
SPECIAL   OUT   SIZE
CASHMERE   HOSE,
good qu ..j-;.    soft |
ble. siz.s    9 1-2 and 1    In
per pair    65c to 8r_c
The best line of BOYS'
HOSE   In  the  city.
Stockings for the boys
who need the Btrong, reliable kind; double kne.-s reinforced heels and toes, and
a pliable ankle and leg section. Sizes 6 to 10 1 . m .
full length, pair. 30c to 65c
POMPADOUR HAIR PADS.
Light and heavy weight
hair rolls in all the necessary shadlnts shown in 1*
and 24 inch lenetl.^ B..���
only    _oC  and 35c
A  SPECIAL  COMB ~~~
at  75c.
One     of      the    strongest.
heaviest    and    most durable
-  possible  to  buy.   Ask
tn  see them.    Each   .. .  75c
-CORONET"   HAIR
FRAMES.
25c   EACH
H y g: >   .
- thai
serve
:���
���   -  dressing    -
::���
to thi
��� Il   ':
.-���   era!
ii id
pes   i              . .-:. in
All   oni    ;
.   2Sc
A   NICE   -
TMENT
OF   HAIR   C : NAMENTS,
Hair    dn
and ne - -
��� erj ���:���������
scription.
Barrette.
::;-::���
uni     and
.- ��� - new
styles, ea
���    v:
Side Con
tor
toise and  g
ts per
pair	
15c to .1
Rack     C
new  effec'-
:��� ���
mentai     sl
:r-
to
5-'.:0
TOILET   COME
in     ..     .-    ���
1
. .   tiei  :.:.���
���   .    ..
15c to
NEW   COST. ME   .ENGTHS
6  1-2 yards   i-   : eet, M.0C.
We ca
the di ��
today.      Ver;.
toned    ef..    - -
and     self     Bl
suitings.     54 ���������
6 l-.' yards ���     ���   r'
Ing very    latest    ��l ���   -  ���'
catawa.    :��� bi
; ���          k    1
brown, mj
no  two   lengt  -   ���
length           "
DAINTY   DELAINE
V/AISTINGS   FOR
AUTUMN    WEAR
We are rea.;-  I    A    T ' ;
some o:  tv   prel ~���"
ings     ever     mai
soft,    drapy
make   up   chann -.     WJ
blouses of wins -  /
service Con
and otl er el
colors  on       -
���  ti
stripes
pric. I   50c.   er;     '   '   '"- S
On Sale Today Only
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"REYNIER GLOVES"
TODAY
ONLV
WOMEN'S FINE SUEDE GLOVES. SUITABLE FOR EVEN
ING WEAR, 16BUTTON LENGTH IN BLACK AND
WHITE ONLY: ALL SIZES. REGULAR PRICE $2.75
AND  $3.00.     TODAY     ONLY	
WOMEN'S EXTRA FINE DRESSED KID GLOVES: 12 BUTTON LENGTH IN SHADES OF TAN. BROWN.
GRAY, NAVY. GREEN. WHITE AND BLACK: ALL
SIZES. REGULAR PRICE $2.50 PAIR. TODAY
ONLY   	
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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