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NEW WESTMINSTER,
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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INSTER, B. C. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
1909.
FIVE CKNTS PER copy.
STANDARD-CEARER
WINTER SCHEDULE
COMES INTO EFFECT
���terDodd Nominated on
Lll(l Ballot lo Contest
L Election.
From    Sunday  on   Five    Trains  Will
Run  Daily From Local  C. P.  R.
Depot.
CONStRVATIVES SELECT
VANCOUVER TICKET
., ,iV.i chain   n  .1 the local
f ': '   bo.  Party,
f:.:,.... ^idateln
coming
B.cl.1 elecuou-     ^nomination
Hall ��� a
[ lodependen
[westmlnstei
election     Tb.
TTIdldate ha, been ten years
large
The new C. P.  R. schedule comes
I into effect   tomorrow, and   Important
I changes will be brought aboul in thi
times  of  the   trains  running   in   and
out  of this city.
On the new time table the first
train In the morning will leave this
city al fixe minutes to eight connecting with now fewer than three trains
at the Junction. These three trains
will be the westbound Agassiz local,
the Seattle train easlhound. and the
transcontinental No, 2. This early
morning  train   will   accommodate  a"
. ,��� ,ir 1    ��� [ike and Brit-   passengers for points east and south
rest, in UJ .    ,, \__    .....   ���..   ���������,,,.. ti.i .    ,....; ill
a   hall
lie-   is
na-
of    the
Westmin-
Councll.
fair,
run-
fee��'.-.
fcolunilei-i :   ;"ul
s In New Wi
tears of age. man    I, and ���
0I Brockville, Onl       lie Is  a
ater employed b)   the  li.  C.  lv
ud bas taken i    s derable active Laboi     i I co-operative
Lents in tbis citj  since settling
land Is a rej l  tive
i rallwaymi n In tin
I Trades und Lni��>r
The Nomination.
lling '.'-��� the ��� li ction of a candi-
[iii candidate wbo by virtue of
. as chairman ol  the branch
(ld(d expn opinion that
ballot would    I     opi .   and
Sectored tbere was| no ring
e meeting.
leconvi'iitiim >!'  Idi d to Bpread a
t   and    nouiin.it��� 11   R.   A
, G   Bi        as scrutineers.
lirst tailui n sulti .1. VV. Dodd, 16;
Turnbull. 15; R. A   Stoney, 4;   U
and YV.  Norman   Hole.  K.
lio each: J. Rose, C. Feeney. W.
land Ralph Wilson, one each.
Im were three spoiled ballots.
Mas Turnbull protested strong-
Bnttthename of .Mr. Bole being
lined iei ii Lal oi meeting.
. Turnbull offered to withdraw
ror of Mr. Dodd, but it. was not
llted and I I ballot result-
odd. 29; Tumlmll.   13;  Stoney.
poptoii. ie. spoiled, 4. Ihe meet-
lid not permit  Mr   Holes' name
(tonomination again.
Made Unanimous.
Turnbull   thereupon     moved
i nomination Bhould be made
tons,   which    was     cordially
���   after    the chairman
ned the declaration of the Ca-
Labor   party,    he rose and
N them foi    their nomination,
jconfldenl    they    would elect
eJ��� Novi ml When    he
I'o the :. bi   had no bus-
ose him as can-
as far as Seattle. This train will
arrive In the city again at 10:22.
The next train to leave the city
will he No. 381, which will pull out
at 11 o'clock, meeting the west hound
transcontinental at the .lune tion and
returning to this city at 12:10.
At twenty-five minutes past three
tiie train will leave the local depot
to connect with No. 96 eastbound at
the Junction, returning to the city
al   half-past  four.
At thirty-five minutes past five
train No. 386 will leave for the Junction where it will conned with the
Agassiz local on its way up the line,
and with the afternoon train from
Seattle. This train will return tie
the city at a quarter to seven.
The last train of the day will be
No. 387, which will leave the city at
twenty minutes to eleven, connecting
with No. 1 westbound transcontinental at the Junction, and returning to
the city at ten minutes to twelve.
H. II. Watson and C. E.
Tisdall Supplant R.G. Tatlow and J. F. Garden.
ARMY REVOLTS
AGAINSI THE THRONE
Grecian Militarists Rise in
Arms Against Rule of
King George.
Athens, Oct. 20.���Fighting between
the field batteries ol the government
and the torpedo vessels In the posses
sion of Lleutenani Tibaldos, the leader of the revolt, occurred this afternoon. Shots were exchanged for twenty minutes after which negotiations
were opened.
Vancouvi i Conservatives assembled in convention last evening nominated theii candidates for the forthcoming eli (lion.
(jn the th kel there are two new
Dames, 11. II. Watson and C. B. Tisdall having taken the places of Hon.
K. G. Tatlow and J. F. Garden, C. E.,
who both declined renomlnatlon. In
lull the ticket Is as follows: Hon.
\V. J. Bowser, Dr, G. A. McGuire, A.
II. B. MacGowan, 11. 11. Watson, C.
E. Tisdall.
The unsuccessful uspirants for the
nomination ln order of votes polled
were W. M. McKay, F. W. Tillin, Aid.
.McSpadden, Osborne Plunkett.
On the resull of the voting by the
delegates being made known, ii was
moved thai the nomination of the five
gentlemen whose names headed the
polls be made unanimous and this.
despite the existence of some feeling
on the part of the supporters of the
defeated candidates for the nomination, was done,
At the Churches.
���_..  G.  Thompson.
\ mmitti e "as elect-
A cui..; ��� I lmltti ���'.  with
iBacon ai :..  and   several
Bers, noti Turnbull, spoke
I':.- :     sity of organization, and
Ithe candidate,
iddresa to I n electors and ar-
(ment of   ; meetings was
to the coi ��� tot   drafting.
Labor Platform.
It the motion   ol    Thomas Turn-
ted by the spe-
Canadlan  L.a-
��� I al the last meet-
The prln-
! are free ed-
N and books;    a legal
\ irs; government
��tion of all ir      tries;  abolition
tke con>: em    on public
I hip of    public
I'''- ri ductlon  of direct.
P'ta: prohibit!     ol  prison Ikbor
trrei   labor;  adult
Ions;    govern-
ilso v  acqulsl-
,'��� ��� ttlement; ex-
[ undesirable
���; "���-��� | ibel when-
I: dories acts ex-
x  balf holiday:
[ct leBl��!atle ,Ugh  tiie  lnitin-
all government
\ rroxlmity    to cities
I  ' and     sold     I'1
*MI settlers: promotion   of
revolt
a  de-
Arsenal Seized.
Alliens. Oct 29.���Leading a
looking to the enforcement of
maud thai all the higher officers oi
the Grecian navy retire, a naval officer named TypaldOS, heading three
hundred men. today sei/.ed the naval
arsenal   at   Salainis.
Typaldos and his followers are fortifying the place in an efforl to reals!
attempts to dislodge them.
Practicallv   all  of the  younger officers are ill sympathy with lhe revolt.
They claim that many of the older ol
fleers are  too old and unfit   for service.
The outbreak is undoubtedly pa���
of an aiiti-dvnastic movement, but the
military league, which is fostering
the movement denounces Typaldos as
a traitor. The claim that he acted
prematurely and has upset thelt
plans.
Revolution Threatens.
This move, many believe, will enforce the hand of the military   eague
;ina  cauBe  an  Immediate  revolution
The abdication  of    King    George
which  has long been expected, no*
is  believed   lo   he   i mlllUiellt.
Hev. _���:. G. Thompson, of Knox
liurcli, will commence a series o(
eight addresses to young men from
liis pulpit tomorrow e.'ening. The
lirst of these addresses will he entit-
tled "When Young Men Get To-
gether." In the morning be will
.-peal, on "Emancipation From the
Past." There will be special music
at the evening service, and Mr. Williams wil sing "A Dream of Paradise."
Kev. li. s. Magee, Dominion representative of the Social and Moral Reform movement, will address a mass
meeting in the church on Wednesday
evening at b o'clock.
At Queen's Avenue Methodisi
church tomorrow Rev, C. W. Hrown
will occupy the pulpit both morning
and evening, ln the morning be will
speak on "The Significance of the
Lord's Supper." while bis evening
subject will be "What Whlskej
Stands For."
At. St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church tomorrow Rev. A. de B, Owen
will speak in the morning on "A
Wedge Of Gold." and in the evening
the sermon subject will be "The
Greatest Discovery."
T. 11. Marsh, pastor of the Methodist Free Mission, will speak tomorrow morning on the "Irresistible
Prayer and Faith of a Woman."
In St. Paul's church tomorrow evening a quartette composed of Miss
Watson. Mrs. Frank Pearson,
Maker and Mr. llainni will Bing
a Pilgrim." Other special music
be rendered In the course of tin
vice.
TERMS ARE EIXED
TARIFF REFORMERS
t
3
(CANDIDATES BEGIN
EOR BIG BATTLE
WIN IN BEKMUNDSEY
TO BREAK COVER
Jeffries and Johnson to Meet
Before July 5, 1910, in
Forty-Five Hound Bout.
Xew Vork, Oct. 29.���JameB J. Jeffries and Jack Johnson met thlg~"af-
ternoon and agreed to box for the
heavyweight championship before the
club offerr&g the largest Inducements,
bids for the fight to be submitted before Decemher 1. ta Robert S. Murphy
of New York. The lighters agreed
lhat each bid musi h. accompanied
by a certified cheque for $5ooo.
Jeffries and Johnson agreed to
light "forty-live rounds or more." It
was agreed that the puis.- should be
divided 75 per cent, to tbe winner
and 25 per cent, to the loser, eacn
lighter to deposit now $5000 as a forfeit and an additional $5000 to go as
a side bet. The fighters agreed to
hold the light nol latei than July 5.
1910; and it was decided that the
contest should be governed by
straight Marquis of Queensbury rules.
Tbe fighters will use five-ounce
glo\es.
The selection of a referee and
stakeholder will be madi- when the
place of battle is determined.
Had   It  Not  Been   for   Intervention of
Socialists  Government   Might
Have Won  the Seat.
Criminals and Lunatics.
Yesterday iwo criminals were
brought to the city from Kamloops
by Chief Constable Fernie. One
will serve a live-year sentence for
horse-stealing, the oilier three years
for theft. Three prisoners who
have been held al the gaol were taken to the penitentiary. Charles Egan,
to serve five years for manslaughter.
Peter Besoni, two years and six
months for extortion, and Masajiro
Ogata, a Japanese, two years tor stab.
bing, all Vancouver cases. A lunatic from Vernon was brought to the
assizes.
Switches For B. C. E. R.
A quantity of railroad switches consigned io the B. C. Electric Railway
Company have arrived from Niagara
Falls, Out., from the Canadian Rama-
po Iron works, These will be used
along the lines of the company between Vancouver and Chiiliwack.
London. Oct. 29.���The by-election
yesterda) in Bermondsey, a parliamentary borough of London, which
was characterized by the most militant attack the suffragettes have yet
ventured to make in their struggle
for "votes for women," is said to be
a sweeping victory for the Unionists.
Judge Humphreys, Unionist, won
the three-cornered fight with a p'u
ralily of 987, overcoming the Liberal
majority of 175!) in 1906. The vote
was as follows: Dumphreys, 4-7s;
S. L. Hughes, Liberal. 3291; Dr. A.
Salter, Socialist, 1435.
Throughout tha Province the
Ranks Are Fast Being
Filled.
Having received the nominal inn of
the Liberals of Delta riding at *
large and enthusiastic meeting beld
at Ladner on Thursday evening, John
Oliver, leader of lln- opposition, has
now started out in earnest upon bis
campaign  lour.
Off  For the   Island.
Yesierday evening tin1 Liberal leader spoke at Cloverdale. where he was
greeted  by  a  huge assembly of bis
The Unionisl victory is considered followers, who displayed the greatest
a severe blow to the supporters of enthusiasm as be outlined the policy
the budget, as all along this election ol the Liberal party, and denounced
was expected to aflord a good test the extravagant and reckless railway
of the feeling in London and the! P��llcy enunciated by the government
country generally on the opening
struggle in parliament. Bermondsey has been a doubtful constituency
for years, sometimes returning a
Liberal candidate and sometimes a
Unionist; but three years ago the
election resulted ill a Liberal landslide. For the last few weeks a
strong fight has been waged in this ,
constituency hy the representatives | reception.
of the three parties, bul it finally resolved Itself into a question of the
budget against tariff reform; and
whatever the outcome might be, it
was looked upon as forecasting the
result of a general election should
that be held.
DONATES A MILLION
10 EIGHT HOOKWORM
Tonight he will speak at Ferris Corners. On Sunday he will rest and
on Monday he will leave for the island, where he will conduct a vigorous campaign.
The meeting al which tho nomination for the Delta was accorded to
Mr. Oliver proved most encouraging.
The leader was tendered _ splendid
The ball rang again and
again with applause and the address,
which concluded amid a perfect ovation, was punctuated throughout with
vigorous hand-clapping as hard-headed Delta farmers noted each point in
the long indictment of the most reckless railway proposals ever made by
a responsible public man. Mr. Oliver
traced the course of the proposed
road showing that for a great part of
its length it simply tracked the C. P.
R. at tbe expense of the province,
and opened up no new country. Assailing it on its financial side, he
pointed out that whether the public
| treasury were depleted for Interest
! and principal or not the public credit
! would be pledged to the amount of
i nearly fifty millions, and once the
obligation  was incurred  it  would be
To  Succeed  Brig.-Gen.  Buchan.
Ottawa,   Oct.    29.���While   nothing
official ls announced, it is believed in
military   circles   that   Colonel   VY.   D.
Gordon of Kingston will succeed
late   Brigadier-General     Buchan
Montreal.
John D.  Rockefeller Helps
.   V UUgUlUm       TTCbO      lUvuilbU      at-       "v>.iU     ��� ���
Along   War   Against   the Jf��P��">slble to undertake another p*
�� �� I lie work except by the sale of provin-
T n7y Rner c'11' spcurlties at  a ruinous discount.
I No One Else Thojght Of-
the
at
Mr-
Tm
will
r-i  !
MYSTERIOUS ACTIONS
OF IIOUSLHOLD 000DS
For
Ob
New French Battleship.
L'Orient, France. Oct. 29.���The 18-
000  ton  turbine  battleship  Mirabeau
was launched here yesterday. Tbe
Mirabeau is one of six battleships ordered, for the construction of which
were given by the minister ot marine
in 1906. The battleship has a speed
capacity of Im knots am it is oi' 2:'..-
500 horsepower.
IOWA SUFFRMTTES
TO SEME MILITANT
ilatlon
eei  moral
Im,,      and  social  re-
.," Soverni ,   Stance wtaer-
liiille
night schools; the
, Sanatorium   to   be   tak-
L';'r :"1'1 mn h:- the government;
I,'' l'o!U'-v "i that the timber
t. ,rVer >' alienated except for
L ���' :''' ,ssi incut at stated pe-
���   fl��,     "li!l ! llm|ts (taking into
1*, ;'"��' ;' accessibility) .aid
!, ' "" '" be the basis of rental,
tar"'""" ' Moggert' licenses
fir loggers either
In i'������,r"|,"V;"iv",y   t0 l0^' on
Pi:.
;u"l    thereby    employ
More  Surveys.
Notice is given In the'current tawj
of the B. C. Gazette to  he etteo  that
the following  tracts ol    Umbe.  . >
land have been    surveyed and tnat
the plans mav he sen at the pmei
of the departmenl of hinds. Victoria,
of the timber agent. Vancouver, or OI
the governmenl    agent    in  this c     ���
Lot 2460, McFadon Bros. & Browne,
T. L. 36,880. ,      , ,���.
Lot 2786, The Joseph Chew I-1"""''
& Shingle Manufacturing Co.. Ltd.,  '���
L- 89,538. ., ,.,,inn
Lot 2768. Jos. A. Fisber, appl cajon
to purchase dated Augusi  12, i-'o-
Social  Evil  in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, Oct.  2.b-SegTo tin im, or
the social evil will be made the
of the civic    election to  be  h<
December.
Brief Period Even  Inanimate
jects   Wake   Up  i.i   Portland.
Greatly  Startling  People.
Portland, Oct. 29.���Influenced by
an apparently Inexplicable power, the
contents of a bouse at 546 Marshall
Btreet in this city, for four hours yesterday afternoon, between l and 5
o'clock, were turned topsy tuny from
cellar to garret. Furniture as well
as other Inanimate objects moved as
If things of life.
These occurences are vouched for
by hundreds ot people who visited
the house and were witnesses of the
phenomenon.
Various theories have been put
forth, one tbal ii was being caused
by an electrical storm which prevailed yesterday, and another that an
unknown potential was energized by
an eleven-year-old boy whose grandparents occupy the premises. This
child is declared by one of his rela
lives to bave previously caused artl
cles of great weight to move.
Decide Hereafter to Follow Tactics of
Their Sister  Workers in Great
Britain.
IV
Moines,    Iowa,   Oct. 29.���The
Iowa F,(|u'.aT Suffrage Association yes
terday adopted resolutions favoring
the methods in use lv. the suffragettes of England.
day for passive methods hi
declared the president. Rev,
Gordon of Des Moines. "1
adopting   more   radical   moth-
I."   added   Mrs.
"would go tO jail
I   cause.       Bul   If
1   would   resist   11
Julie Clark
for the b'u8
I were ai-
e  officer   to
issue
id In
"The
passed,'
Eleanot
am for
ods."
"And
Hallam
fragetti
reslec	
tbe M^^^^^^^m
Tbe resolutions follow;
"Resolved, thai the women of the
Iowa Equal Suffrage association, wish
ing to strengthen the cause, endorse
obstructive methods In tbe legislature, and further,
"Resolved, that arrangement? be
perfected to carry out such methods."
knocratic Party Tires
ot Running W. J. Bryan
w
ashlngt
on. o(
y.'in win
7;'''<��>>t><i.
ti ,;"'""���� e
t a""""^i"
29.���"I do not be-
be the nexl   Demo-
for the presidency,"
1 ok,   chairman   of
National committee,
ISSiiir'1''''' ,'"' thou*M the next
Sl:ifk ���, '    '"''"ltd..!,,  would   be,  Mr.
��� lon''��' on if     ial' due to his posi
��� (0ulil not   ���
hat];;1 yo���
I0*,, wouiS i ll'""""1'    B��v8rn<H
No; |       '" v"'"' choice?"
Bpeech
"ll;'vo,n111'1 m,t Play favorites:
JuilRnn10--   ,'ulb'f8l">'l   the fact
and  bis  picture,  were  published Just
as  have  been  those  of  other prom
nent   Democrats.    There  is  Q0 doUDX.
however, that    Governor   Harmon.*
growing  In   strength  throughou
country.      He ls an able man
thc Democratic leader who
Koreans Urge Further Violence.
Seoul, Oct.  29.���II  is evident  from
the attitude of a considerable section
of tbe Korean population that the assassination or Prince Ito was not ��n-
pleaslng.       Those     comprising   this
section represent the element  which
Is now deprived of opportunities formerly offered here and they are agitating for further  violence.  Viscount
Sone,   Japanese   resident-general,   Ib
much disturbed by the reports coming in regarding the attitude of some
officials    and    others    who formerly
were closely connected with the em-
j peror's court.
Insurance for Aviators.
Washington. Oct, o.i.-lnsurance
for those wbo go up in flying ���
chines is tin' latesl form .0 pollc
brought out by an enterprising scot'
tish casualty insurance company.
Maxwell Blake, United States consul
:,, imufernllne, Scotland, reports to-
dav to the bureau of commerce ami
labor that the corporation in Question has recognized the need Ior \tv
sr.ring aviators.
New York, Oct. '2S.���X gift of $1.-
000,000 by John D. Rockefeller to
light the "hook worm disease' was
announced at the office of the Standard Oil Company  late today.
A dozen well known educators and
scientists, selected iu large part from
institutions of learning in the South,
where the parasite is prevalent, were
called into conference with Mr.
Rockefeller's representatives at the
Standard Oil Company's offices laM
Tuesday. .\i that meeting Mr.
Rockefeller's    desire    to    organize  a
commission to cany on a campaign
against the malady was discussed. As
a result the Rockefeller commission
for the eradication of the hook worm
disease was originated.
Tbe members   of   this commission
as selected by Mr. Rockefeller lnclud
Dr. William   ll. Welch,   professor ol
pathology in Johns    Hopkins univer-.|
sity.  Dr. Simon    Fletcher, president
of the American Medical Association-.
Dr. Charles w. Siibs. chief of the department   of zoology,    United  Stales
public health and marine hospital service, discoverer of the American species of hook worm and the prevalence
of ibe disease in America, ami Starr
.1. Murphy. Mr.  Rockefeller's counsel,
and  John  D.  Rockefeller, jr.
ln calling these men together on
Tuesday Mr. Rockefeller addressed
to each a letter pointing out his interest. Tlie members of the commis
sion, ln framing a reply to Mr. Rockefeller's offer of $1,000,000 declared
that the proposition met with their
heartiest approbation.
"Two millions of our people are Infected with this parasite." they ad-
ed. "li is bi no means confined to one
class: il takes its toll Of suffering
and death from tin intelligent an.l
well-to-do as well as from the less
fortunate."
The hook worm, according to New
York medical authorities, is a hair-
like parasite to which is charged a
form of anemia prevalent especially
among the poor people of the south.
In December, 1902, Dr. Charles War-|
dell Stiles, then a zoologist in the bu- ]
reau of animal Industry at Washington, who had been studying Intestinal
parasites, announced to the Pan-
American sanitary congress his conviction that the so-called "laziness"
and "shifllessness," widely observed
ln certain portions of the south
a specific disease due lo the
worm.
At the close of his speech Mr. Oliver's  hearers  there  aud   then   voted
(Continued  on  Page Three).
Tbe market wharf bas ben complet-
'. ed and yesterday was used by a num-
' her   of   small   craft.     Among    these
were the tugs J. E. Hoyden and Al-
! bion which brought booms of logs
| from the gulf for the Praser River
i mills, and  the Dominion government
steamer Restless.
INCREASED   CIVIC   LIST.
Small  Advance in Municipal  Register
Advance
For
in Municipal
Next Year.
Tlie  civic   register  for  1909-10  will
be completed today, as after noon no
more  claims   under    the    household
franchise   be   received.     Up  to    hist
evening   168   claims   had   been   made,
a large increase on the previous year
under  ihis  bead,  and   due  largely  to
the activity of the Trades and Labor
council   in   looking   up   those  entitled
to vote.    The owner'fe list amounts to
1950,  a   slight   advance,  the total increase  on   the  two  franchises  being
about   200.
The lists are already being prepared and will be approved before the
county court judge in time before thr
forthcoming municipal election.
More Earth Shocks in Italy.
Reggio, Oct. 29.���Earth shocks
, continue In Southern Italy.
1 severe   seismic   disturbance
ai  Molina last    evening,
the population
little damage.
still
Quite a
occurred
It  caiieWit
great   alarm,   but   did
U.ivernment Relieves Dir,tr?ss.
Mexico, Oct 29.���The government
will advance $1,000,000 to alleviate
the suffering among the poorer classes, caused by the corn famine. Half
of ibis sum will be put to immediate
use by a special Junta,
was
book
Australian Defence Bill Passed.
Melbourne. Oct.  2b.���Tbe    Defence
bill passed third reading In the house
of representatives last night.
Cook and Peary at Carnival.
Montreal. Oct.    'JO.���Dr.   Frederick
Cook and Commander Peary .ire *���
be Invited to attend the carnival here
next  winter.
Guggenheims Now Control
Nanaimo Coal Mines
the
md as
won in ��
his
of
made In Dallas,
Republican sfnte he is gaining >""
and more popularity. But there ��
Marshall, governor of Indian^ ���
turned the same trick on lb-' l(l ' . ,
Means ln Ills state that Hl/mon M
In Ohio. He, too, Is coming aneau
fast as �� national figure."
Life Saver Gets $200,000.
DenVer, Colo., Oct. 29.-U has Jusi
h-come known that Charles W. Ben-
fe "a  wealthy man  of  Blngliamtoii
v  v   wbo died recently, willed %*�������
000 to J- W. Casey of this city as a
reward for saving Bennet s life thir
\oars ago.     Casey is^the proprietor of a prosperous laundry here and
I is himself comfortably off.
Charged With Attempt to Fraud.
Hamilton, Oct. 20.���S. J. Vale ot
Regina was arrested her today on the
charge of trying to secure $6000 from
the Bank of Commerce by fraud, tt
Is claimed that Vale presented a letter to the manager of tbe bank purporting to come from a Regina bank
stating that the latter bad exten.leti
to him credit to the amount of *buw-
The police allege that this letter U a
fraud.
\
Seattle, Oct. 29.���Guggenheim interests are said by well posted coal
operators to have obtained control of
the Western Fuel Company, wh]c^
owns 42,000 acres of coal and timTJCT
lands on Vancouver Island, a barge
nart of the town of Nanaimo and
other properties, variously estimated
���bP worth $1,750,000 to $2,750,000.
The Western Fuel Company was
owned In San Francisco and for several years had been managed by
James Smith.
It ls declared    tbat    the Nanaimo
.ke
coal fields nre necessary for Guggenheim operations in Alaska. T_m
steamship fleet of the Ciiggenbelm��
now consumes approximately 200,f**
tons of coal annually and when
full devolopment plans of the big
per and transportation syndicate we
worked out, lt la estimated that tfce
railways and boats owned or -co*
trolled by the Guggenheim Interest*
will require half a million tons **a
conl annually. Aa an operating expedient It ls declared that a ���**-
property on this coast situated as *-
the Nanalmo property ig needed.
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r     PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,
��CT0B
ER30,
������<*_
FOUND
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL, ETC.
If a man had geld dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did
thing of the value you offer them in return for their mo
not let the p��>p|e know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You must tell  the people what you have to sell, why they should
mey.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been  a  long time   in   business  everyone  mult of n ���....���. ,   3Se   from
^^       ���       cossity know   alt
wares.      Use  the   advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the tlmei. a"  a
ab��ut US ,������
our
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   QUT-
ter cl.'lining.     D. McElroy, Tel. 100
WANTED���SITUATION ON FARM
flrst-class milker. Apply W. K.,
this otlice.
WANTED���JOB OX A MILK RANCH
by experienced milker. Apply J.
Currie, Victoria Boarding House,
Sapperton.
WANTED���POSITION, BY YOUTH
in years old, handy with horses and
ran serve behind    grocery counter.
Apply Z. this offlce.
2 IF
WANTED���SOUTH AFRICAN WAR-
rants; highest cash price paid. Tbe
General Securities Company. Limited. 321 Homer street, Vancouver,
B. C. 250-6
WANTED���GOOD LOT IN WEST-
minsler; can pay $7r> to $100 cash,
balance $75 quarterly. Give particular to li, Drawer 855, Vancouver.
WANTED���YOUTH ABOUT Sixteen years to learn dry goods business. Apply at once. W. S. Collister Co. 232 tf
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
offlce with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this office.
LOST���ON COLUMBIA STREET, A
lady's fur. Finder please return
to this oflice.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO
in line condition, well known make,
bargain: easy terms. Apply 11.
Daily   News Offlce.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, RETORT JEW-
ell beater, goM as new; Bultable
for large room or ball. For wood
or coal.      Box Hi, Daily News.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Tru.-i
block.      P. O.  Box 705.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
[WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
1-ull THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone l.SG. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, VV. E.
Martin, Mus. Baa, city. A line
will bring him.
\V.   N.   DRAPER,   11.  C.
- iveyor.      Ellard block
minster,  B.  C.
LAND   SU it-
New    West-
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's "cigar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug stort.
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
REAL  ESTATE.
HAVE BUYERS FOR PROPERTY
in any part of Westminster or Burnaby;     also     on     Chiiliwack   line.
I    Owners  only.  Give  full  particulars,
P. O. Hox 042. New Westminster.
WHITE,  SHILES  & CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm  and  siiourbnn  property,
1    260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
MRS. J. A. STANDISH, AN EXPER-
ieneed and flrst-class dressmaker,
bas opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14, SmiUi block, 625 Columbia street.    A trial requested.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where thL'
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In, Goods called
for and delivered.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  3S4.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Uoney
to  loan,  744  Columbia Btreet,
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���A FURNISHED BED-
room for single gentleman. Home
comforts. Apply 81u Royal avenue. 250-2
TO RENT���LARGE    DOUBLE  BED-
room,   suitable   for  two  gentlemen:
reasonable terms. 828 Royal ave.
246-12
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, 1NSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., 13 located for
the present at the office of the Settlers' Asaoelatieejm. Begbie street, opposite Win<i��or Hotel
ARCHITECTS,
W.  D.  GOODFHL.LOW,  ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery Block.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
e��V
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures aad supplies, liouse wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phoie 831, P. O. Box 928.
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM. PRE-
par>ed to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A. D,
Buchanan, P. 0-, New Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, HARRIS-
ters anil solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
^second-hand sto^T
WE   BUY   A xi,
and  all  kluds
hand goods,
office.
si:i.l fi
of
!1''W m
A sPWk,"near
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYp      ~
FREICMAN     ];! \ti\t     ���
Guichon bl pNOo'C!
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(P. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opiiosite
courthouse, New Westminster,
f Phono 143. Vancouver offices.
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville stivt, corner of
Hastings street.
CUSTOM ,UA1,H
typewriting;  i   , .   WOrk ,
"ttS��'    "''���     Province 'on
lumbia street.      Phone 82
THEATRES,
CRYSTAL  THEATRE, 702 roJ
'bia     street. ,:a,.   ^
pictures;  Illustrated mtv _
ous attractions      I'rosrim'chi
Monday, Wednesdaj and 1'rii
FI8H   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSBRHS8,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
GEORGE
E.   MARTIN, BARRISTER
and
Solicitor.
Guichon
block
,   Co-
lural
iia
and
McKenzie
Sts.,
New
Wes
tminster.
B. C.
THE EDISON THEATRE,  Col
Columbia  and  Eighth.    !!!g_|
moving pictures,  Illustrated
Program changed Monday, v.'i
day and Friday.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT.   ARCHITECT���
Guichon Bleck.    Telephone 331,
^^^^ FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Aegnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING   &  DF.CORATING.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROO.M
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomming, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 BMftli for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
nlcbt.      Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress), Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or ide, tea, coffee or milk.
TAILORS,
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S!
lorlng. A new lln* of tall
ing just in. lJut'.uii making, J
ing and repairing. HhbS, !
block. Entrances 625 Ci'-amil
and 264 Clarkson st.   Phone!
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWUKl
Co., bank, ofllo. and store Bttf
cabinet, stair. Bhoweaies,
and detail work. I "fsljns audi
mates furnlsked J. iko<te!
prletor. Work��: Ccraer Eli
nnd car line.     P. O. boi 2iil
iiv.
WINNIPEG LIKED
THE SHEPHERD K..\'S
Spectacular  Production   Pleased   Most
Fastidious Critics in Prairie
Capital
taken a large contract with the Delta
Shingle company.
Donations toward the building fund
of the new Agricultural hall have
more than reached the expectations
of the directors.
Collections were taken up on behalf of the Home Foreign Missionary
Fund at the church service last Sunday.
J. Thomas has returned home after
a  prolonged absence.
The Manitoba Free Press had the
following io say concerning "The
Shepherd King," when it played In
Winnipeg.
"Magnificently Btaged and faultless-
ly rendered, a beautiful drama and a
romance told in the language that appeals to the belter nature of the audience, is the story of "The Shepherd
King," which was produced al the
opening performances of the fall season for the Walker theatre twice yesterday. At both performances the
theatre was taxed to iis seating capacity and the season may be said t.i
have opened auspiciously for the
premier theatre of Winnipeg The
play deserved the big bouses thai it
goi and it is safe to presage equally
large bouses for the remainder of the
week. Perhaps no other show has
pleased Winnipeg Ideal re-goers so
well since Ben  llur was here.
"In a manner the 'Shepherd King'
may be compared to "Hen Hur" but>
It is in a manner a more pleasing pro.
ductlon to witness abounding in romantic and heroic situations, and
carrying the story of the progress of
the peasant boy from bia native hills
to the throne of bis people, with the
stately march which only the best
'work of a most capable company of
actors could give lt.
"The scenery is gorgeous and the
costuming faithful to the time the
play deals with. The opening scene
showing the dawn upon the Jordan,
Is as fine as anything ever shown In
the Walker, and that showing Saul in
the cave of the witch of Endor, is impressive.
"The plot of the play deals with the
Biblical smipmet eVteVieU, the second
kfnfT&f Ureal. But as far H8 the action Is concerned it might have to do
with people of the twentieth century'
us easily as with those of the days of
the son of Jesse. It Is just a romance
and a romance ls the same In every
age. It opens at the home of David."
"The Shepherd King" will show
here on .Monday and Tuesday of next
week. " ,
Twenty Miners Killed.
London. Oct. _.'!>.���A score of miners were killed by an explosion in the
Ithymney Iron Company's colliery in
Glamorganshire,   Wales,   today.
Manager Bowen and two companions in attempting to rescue en-
tombedmlners were overcome by after-damp and perished.
Eleven bodies have been recovered,
including that of Managei  Bowen.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
egMP���
FRONT STREET
, Is the place to buy or sell new and
' second-hand good3 of any kind. We
1 have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY JARS
which we are offering for 40c per dos.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tell you all we
have, but no matter what you want,
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HANDj STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel."
Strawberry Hill Notes.
(Contributed.)
It Is expected that the school meeting to settle the site for the new
school here will take place In tlie
new Agricultural hall, when no doubt
the matter will be settled to tlle satisfaction of all parties.
The political atmosphere begins to
thicken round the district, and both
rit'tles appear to he making preparations for a hot time.
It is expected thai w. Malcom will
lake   up  bis  residence  here,   having
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITA!- 114,400,000.00
RESERVE  ;�� 11,000,000.00
Branches throi-5h��ut Canada and
Newfoundland, and iD London, England, New York, Chicago al>d Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A K��"eral
banking business transacted Letters of Credit issued, svallable\wlth
correspondents ln all parts of tfie
world. >
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, par
annum (present rate).
Trrtry   Assets over $168,000,0U0.0l).
tfegW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
and impurities, and insures purity and safety
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser 'iY��
fire); SOLD DUST does W the L���t of the
work without your assistance, leaving- you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added othur purifying materials
in just the right pro-       \ 1 / ��*"��"��
portions to cleanse    \\\|If///;
easily, vigorously, ^^   ~ ' *'
aitu without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
^_m:__.	
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
40 New Edison Records
For November
Now on Sale.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia  Street.
���____\_______________________*mi
*******
Bo 2>rM!^;s m" r,,||,"s Forov��r (marci�� ������
.No. 286���Jubi  Plain Folks  ... a
No. 290���Gypsy Air 	
HERE ARE A FEW DANDIES
''lJ    Bousa's Band
��� Ada Jonon and Chorus
No    '>04 Pfi'nafnu  \t���" 'm_' '.'.IL'.' '2.    Alhcrt   Spalding
xo.' 896-LaS n Thoushts Dcar  Manuel Romaln
\o   297 Timt   l.i.Vn'i -'"ii' "t>"'**.���" w".   Edj?iir L. Davenport
o.   y.n    Jiiht   Before  the   Battle, Mother . Will Oakland aad Chorus
J. H. TODD'S Big Music House
Northern  Crown Bank
HEAD  OFFICE, WINNIPEG
A  WE8TERN   BANK  FOR  WESTERN PEOPLE-
.$6,000,00��
  f 2,200,C
Will find
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL   .
PAID UP CAPITAL	
Thrifty people who  use ou   Savings Bank D��Partm*e|r acCount
It convenient and will  receive every courtesy, whethsr
be large or small.    Savings Depatments at every branc .
Manager
N. H. MACDONALD, New W estmlnster.
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OCTOBER 30, 1909.       y
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE THREE.     ^
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0
on Tuesday, October 26th, ancl will reach $1.00 per share in a short time. The
principal part of our REFINERY MACHINERY is already manufactured as per
our order for same.   The most attractive investment on the market today.
0
CO
to supply our refinery.   Nothing else has made money as fast as good oil stock.
Shares 15c cash, par value $1.00, Fully Paid and Non-assessable.
B. C. REPRESENTATIVES:
AULD, GWIN & McCLARTY
614 Hastings Street W. Phone 4327
SEATTLE OFFICE:
330-331 PIONEER BUILDING
Phone Main 5865.
TWO DAYS
Special Notice
Seal Sale Now on at
Ryail's Drug Store.
^cure        , as there is a
to m idous demand.
1*8 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
THE PRODUCTION HERE
WILL BE THE SAME IN
ALL DETAILS AS WILL BE
PRESENTED AT VANCOUVER OPERA HOUSE FOR
5 PERFORMANCES, AND
WHICH WILL BE SEEN
FOR 31 PERFORMANCES
AT THE MOORE THEATRE, SEATTLE, WHERE
IT OPENS FOR THIS UNPRECEDENTED ENGAGEMENT ON NOVEMBER 7.
"Another 8enHur"
-N. Y. Sun.
Announces the First Western Tour
of the Young Romantic Actor���
WRIGHT
16 Weeks Knickerbocker Theater, New
York.
12 Weeks Tremont
and Majestic Theaters
Boston.
IO Weeks
McVicker's
Theater, Ch'go
8 Weeks
Academy of
Music,BalUm'r*
;
-  i ,-���:   ���*���;���-.i8.'&*$%L:,
'''���'.   ^''-v-Jrii
��� -.
1:    __ ...
" wftlumt. BEN HUB"���Net* Vork Sun.
L0RIMER
IN THE POWERFUL ROMANTIC DRAMA
IS SHEPHERD RING
iW'Thn Largest Dramatic Production Ever Staged"IK
OPINIONS OF THE EASTERN PRESS
"Tho Shepherd King will take Its   plac<i  side   ley   side   with   Ben   Hur.
nnd   ir   I   Were   asked   to   decide   which of the two haa the highest standard
<if  excellence,   my   judgment   would   he decidedly  In  tavor ot The Shepherd
King.     -New   STor'k  Q1 ibe.
"Wright   Lorlmer,  a   star   of   whe,en   Boston   Is   proud."���Boston   American.
r'The Shepherd King, nt the Knickerbocker Theatei was a most Interesting event, and lifts Wright Lortmer to o position ot tho highest consideration   In   the   world  eef   players.���New v.-ik Herald.
"Wrlghl Lorlmer, who played David, is a skilled actor ol gn it artistic  ability. New   York   World.
m
_$m
8Tb��kF   CANADIAN    HOME-
���to RE^ULATIONS.
Ttte&iS\r)0mlnl0n Lands with.
I'eUiav    ?      l iu Url"��h Colum-
extent ,,< ,        yeara ot a��e. l0
' acres Z 0awl,Mter section  ol
I Etilry , '"��u' or 'ess.
W local i,"1,1'" mad8 l^rsonally at
1 *hich thn i ��""'"  for the district
vm_
fciutry
conditions
'ever, tua made on
l��aier, .mUT0n? by u'e lather,
V ����� iiUMi!rBhter' broth���r or Biff
K.? \ foiuiin iB re(iuired to per-
*"" ��% fl!0D! ���">e��ed then*
wi; 0I'��   ot   tne   toiiowing
I?.110" mui niini slx months' residence
resliU-nce upon  farming   and  owned
bv hlm in  the Tieinity ol   hia hoau
stead, the requirements as to ^l'';*��
may b<; eatlafted  by  residen d  upoij
the said land. ...mild
Six months' notice in ifrflting should
be given to the commissioner 0if UO,
mlnion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply f��r patent.
Coal.-Coal mining rights may he
leased for a period of '���w���,*"���*
years at an annual rental ol! 11 Pg
acre. Not more than 256 0 "es
shall be leased to one lDl lvUU'^ g
company. A royalty at the TV* m
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mlnea.
W W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the I"^rloor:
N.B.-Unnuthortzed public* lon Ol
this advertisement will    not be v-
fOT.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge la
not considered aafe for vehicular
truffle, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads ot
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do bo after
this notice must tak* all the risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City ClerK.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
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JPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THI
Central Meat Market
Oornw El��litl�� St *n��   Fltt* A*���w
PHONE S7a
���OWELL _ ODDr, Prooriatort.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Candidates Begin
to Break Cover
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up ..
Reserve Fund
Total Assets ...  .
..$ 4,700.000
.    5,400,000
...55,000,000
In and out ot town accounts solicited.
SAVINGS BANK DEPA^MENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and Bold.
Telegraphic trans'.ers effected.
New Westminster, B. C. Branch,
F  SHUTE, Manager.
(Continued from Pag�� One.)
that a nomination was quite unnecessary, and unanimously named the
provincial leader the Liberal candidate for Delta.
As the present week draws to an
end the political situation throughout
the province is increasing in interest,
and early next week the campaign
should be ln full blast. Yesterday
evening Vancouver Conservatives
nominated their candidates; the Labor party of this city has placed their
man in the field, und from all over
the province comes word of conventions and possible nominees.
The situation ln the upper country
Is attracting considerable interest.
The Socialists promise to be an important factor ln the elections in this
part of the province, especially in the
Crow's Nest district. From Fernie
comes word to the effect that they
are organizing and that they will
make a strong flglit. The Conservatives In this district are told to be
divided over their candidate; w. K.
Ross, K.  C., the present  member Is
out for the nomination, but it is an
acknowledged fact that other member., of the party are itching for political honors.
Trouble in Camp.
Kaslo Conservatives will hold their
nominating convention at Lardo on
Wednesday of the coming week, and
will ln all probability renominate
Neil F. McKay, member in the last
house. In Cranbrook riding there Is
more trouble among the Corserva-
tlves. Dr. James H. King is said
to be looking for the nomination
again and to have a strong support.
He hus, however, an antagonist in
Mr. Cavan of Moyie, who will control
many votes at the convention.
In Grand Forks riding John Innes
the present member, a Socialist, has
announced that he wlll againg be a
candidate, and tonight will fire tlie
tirst gun in his campaign at a meeting ln the Phoenix opera house.
A hard fight is promised ln Greenwood. The Conservatives have already placed John It. Jackson, of
Midway, ln the field, while the Socialists have come forward with Geo.
Hetherton, secretary of the Miners'
union. The Liberals are holding a
nominating convention this evening,
and it is expected that either J. D.
Spence or Alexander MacDonald will
receive the nomination.
In Slocan Wiliam Davidson, Socialist, ex-M. P., has already entered the
field against William Hunter, conservative member in the last house.
The Liberals have not yet decided
upon  their candidate.
VV. R. Braden, P. R. MacDonald and
.1. C. Scott were _J1 candidates for
the Conservative nomination at the
convention held at Rossland. B.i'.ot-
lng resulted in the choice of W. R-
Braden.
At Nelson.
Xelson Liberals will choose their
candidate on Wednesday of the coming week. The date of the Conservative convention has not as yet been
announced. There are two aspirants
for the Conservative nomination in
this riding in the persons ot R. S
Lennie and Harry Wright.
At the convention at Revelstoke on
Thursday evening Hon. Thomas Taylor was chosen as the straight Conservative candidate, it is stated that
Mayor Lindmark, proposed as an Independent, may run as straight Liberal. The Socialists have nominated
G. H. Kempster, machinist in the C.
P.  R. shops, as their candidate.
Many Candidates  For  Skeena.
The choice of a Conservative candidate for Skeena riding promises to
be a matter of some dift'culty. The
supporters of the governmenl in
Prince Rupert are oul with W. Man-
son as a candidate for the nomination. Bella Coola Conservatives'
choice is Dr. Jamieson, while the aspirant from the interior is F. B. Dockrill. The Liberal nominee will bn
either Dr. Kergin or G. 11. Naden.
On th�� Isiai d.
There is a report from Nanaimo
that tlie Conservatives of that consti'-
uency are to place A. 10. Planta in
nomination to contest the seat. Tlie
Liberals have not yet named a candidate in Nanaimo. J. H. llawthotn-
tliwaite, the candidate of the Socialists, is said to be likely to meet with;
opposition from his own party, a split
having developed which threatens to
result tn his defeat.
All reports from Alberni agree that
H. C. Brewster, the Liberal candidate,
will win "hands down," though there
is some talk of the Conservatives
nominating a candidate ln the person
of Dr. Morgan, formerly of Nanaimo.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re the south half of the Southwest
quarter of Section 2ti, Township 16,
New Westminster District
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title Number 12.179F, Issued*
in the name of Robert Fleming Seymour, has been filed In this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B.C., October 11, 1909. 242-26
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THE DAILY NEWS.
&ATURDAY
OCTOBg. ���.,
The Daily News
Published b.v The Daily News PnblUn.
lag Comi<any, Limited, at thfi: offlc -
Tb�� Daily News Block, corner ol Mi"
Kenziq and Trew streets.
_2 A.  Paige Managing   Director
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1909.
BUDGET VS. TARIFF REFORM.
The result of the Bermondaey -'lotion n_ay h<- said ro have brought to a
climax th<- v<ry excited and agitated
social and political atmosphere which
has prevailed throughout Great Britain sioce Uie Introduction of the Liberal budget in tin- spring. The outcome of the contesi I u been the w'il'-
ing out of the Uberal majoritj f'i
175'j at the geesneral election ol l >06
and the return ol Mr. Dumphreys, the
t'nioiii.-' and Tarlfl Relorm candidate
by a majorltj of nearly one ;    ,!
over Mi. s. I. li tghes, the Liberal
candidate, and "f close upon three
ttousand ovei Di Salter, the Socialist noi 'i.. ��� on tesl bas been
looked forward to with very ko-n interest by both political parties in the
light ',; a tei: ot the f< ellng of the
great Metropolis, If not the country
generally, In regard to the budge)
proposals, ami the mosl lively spirit
has been displayed throughout the
fight on all sides. The fact of its being a three cornered contest does "'<!
pnateriall) diminish the importance ol
the result, which is regarded as a de-
cidi-d rerdict againsi Mr. Lloyd-
Qeorge's somewhat advanced proposes.
The circumstance that Bermondsey
is one  ol the greal working class con-
stituencles oi the Metropolis adds to
tiie gr*  Ity  ni   the  choice made  by
the electors.    The issues became narrowed down to two, Tai iff Reform and
the Budget, and as the verdict Is ho
decidedly In favor ol the former, is it
ezpecti el to considerably influence t-1"-
result  ol   the  expected  general  'lection   In   January,   in   this    direction.
Meanwhile  lhe   budget   ha.->  t'i   i_o  bc-
tore the House of Lords, and
lion ol the peers thereon will be likely to Bhape the feeling ol the country
to  some-  extent  al    least,    Exactly
whai the upper boui <   wil] do is not
of course known, bul the general Impression  i.s  thai  it   win  decline    to
agree to the proposals ol the Chan-
celloi   oi  the Exchequei   adopted  by
the lower  house-.    Ii   tbe peers  take
this course the government Is expi
td  io resign  and u general  election
will follow.
A  : nt ol   the  poll
ing at Bermondsey was the very foolish and wrongful action of two ol
the Buffragetti leadi rs. 'I bi -<��� misguided womi n. toi is.' purpose, as it
is supposed, of spoiling the ballot papers, gained entrance to booths and
broke bottles ol ce . . ;,<���>.i upon
tin ballol boxes. Fortunately their
purpose was defeated, but officials
sustained injuries to their Angers and
hand:, in removing the broken glass
and biting acid. Both women were
placed under arrest, and as the British ballot act provides Bevere penalties for such a proceeding they are
likely to be sternly dealt with.
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!
��� First-Class Table
Apples
THE   way   M-L    Paints   u*
made, thc fac'.ory-tetts they
get, and the materials that J
n.ojt for
belled
your money in a cai
M-L
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Paints
Mn/le la 40 uhadM.
I I  amy h-*   paint
i I.-, "-rve, ir,dr>,r�� or
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and la.t LONGER
than ether paint-
A4: ye.e:r '_ie*��kT why
--and rfarl tf,^ jpjar-
n.tim ia kifl store.
Never sold in bu.k���always in tins
Ma<!e by  Imperial  Varnish and
Color Co.,  Limited,  of Toronto.
.Sold locally by
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents.for New West OJ   ��
minster and dis-.net.    ^^   ���
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We have lots of them,
display.
See'
linnet   - rvice, your
f two d ns.  green
J*.75 per set.
Is a great snap.
Fish
COD.
HALIBUT.
SALMON,
FRESH   HERRING,
SOLES.
FRESH   BOILED CRABS.
Smoked Fish
Appetizers  for   Breakfast.
KIPPERED   HERRING,
BLOATERS   (Yarmouth   cured
FINNAN   HADDIES,
SMOKED  SALMON.
FRESH
EASTERN   SHELL    OYSTERS
iThe  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Cooking    Apples,
p'es, Quinces.
Table    Ar-
Vegetables
Crooked Neck Squash, Bos
ton Marrow Fat Squash, Hubbard Squash, Vegetable Marrows, Cauliflowers, and all kind
of fresh vegetables.
��� COUNTS
��� COLLECTIONS.
���   AGENT   FOR   THE   HALL   SAFE   CO.
Room 9, Westminster
��� Trust Block.
v.o I uj I r cash ar.i sell for the same
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
AUDITS MADE, BOOKS OF AC-
OPENED ON APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
LEE'S
is a Special Discount Vow
o '���ll,
We are offering special prices in    l;:.
pets.      Our stock of the above Is thi
tion is so choice that you are bound to -
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supreme.     Saturday Night!    Yes, U .o
L E E* S  Furniture Emporiu
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your  order for
Mall. ���
PROFESSIONAL  BOXING
PLEASES PORTLANDERS   C|TY
Portland, Or., Oct. 29.���Portland
experienced its flrst series of professional boxing mutches nince IW14 last
night, when the Rcae City Athletic
Club staged a program which consisted of a trio of rattllrm ��ood bouts.
��� Opp.     City
i PROMPT   DELIVERY. 4
j S, Jl. RICHMOND, Manager f
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OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Tenders arc invited for the erection
of  a  Refuse  Destructor,  capacity  50
tons per day.     Plans ami profile    ol
.    _ site,  specifications  and  further  parti-
The feature of the evening was a ten- cuiars as prepared by the City Engin-
round bout between Freddie Brooks, leer, cnn be obtained on application to
otherwise Chester  Brown  of Seattle,  the undersigned.
and Jack O'Keege of Denver. In the I Tenders to be plainly marked on
first few rounds Brocks was floored ithe outside "Refuse Destructor.'' and
once in each round by the clever Den- delivered by 5 p.m. of the 22nd day of
verite, but he always came up smll-|November, 1909, to
ing, and in the latter part of the bout
seemed to have a trifle the better ol
the    argument. However,    honors
seemed ei|ual. and as no decision
could be rendered, the crowd felt tha'
ii had got Its money's worth.-
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Private Greeting
Christmas Cards
here on time you should place
your orders  early.
Nothing so nice as "For the
Empire Series," characteristic
of Canada and British Columbia.
Come in and tee the samples
at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
New goods coming every day.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME.
I
These Numbers
Have Won
ADVANCE   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
We have before alluded to the com-
ing advance and development of New
Westminster, both an an industrial
and residential dty. ESventi continue
tf) transpire which go to warrant the
optimistic tl-iw that we have expressed in regard tt) the Immediate future.
Recent Important transactions in real
estate  and   the  disposal     ot    several
Bites for Industrial  purposes are among tin- most noteworthy signs of the
strong upward movement and general
activity   that   lias   sei   In.    The  completion of tiie negotiations for the location of the  Ironuale  works at  the
south end of the Fraser River bridge
will represent one of the most Influential  departures  towards    the  commercial development of the city that
has perhaps ever yet. been made. The
addition   of  yet   two   more   banks   is
also  most   slgnlficent      The  Bank   of
Hamilton and the Bank of Vancouver
are both about to open ollices in this
city In the near future.    The former
will  probably occupy the corner  opposite the Bank of Montreal, in  the
hw   Dean's  block,   whilst  the  latter
has,  it   is  stated,  secured  an option
on the Oddfellows block, at the other
end of Columbia street.    This    will
bring the number of hunks doing business in New Westminster up to eight,
which represents the doubling of the
aumber   within   practically   the   last
few weeks.
These are    the numb
ers  for
the month    of   October.
Whose
holders are    entitled to
a 109-
piece china dinner Bet:
43,397,            43,360,
51,596,
60,009,            55,133,
60,298,
65,211,            54,237,
74,536,
49,087.
The holders of these numbers have used Koyal Standard
Flour because lt is a superior
flour. They have also profited
by our generous policy of giving away free each month a
beautiful 109-plece china dinner set to each of the holders
of tlie ten winning numbers.
If you have not already used
Royal Standard Flour, order a
sack today. You will get the
highesi satisfaction in every
detail of your baking and cooking, besides the opportunity
that ls described here.
Royal Standard Flour embodies superior flour goodness.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,      B.    C
STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE BY
TENDER.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned at the sheriff's office,
courthouse, N'ew Westminster, up to
12 o'clock noon on Wednesday the
27th day of October. 1909, for the
purchase of the Btock etc., of D. F.I
M. Perkins, general merchant, Mission City, B. C.
1 Persons desirous of inspecting tiie
stock can do so by applying to A. VV.
Lane, Esq., provincial constable, .Mission City.
Inventories of the stock can in- seen
on application at my office, New
Westminster, or to Mr. Lane at Mission City.
The  highest    or    any    tendei- not
necessarily accepted.     Terms cash.
New Westminster, Oct. 12, 1909.-
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Assignee.
Sheriff's Office, New  Westminster,
B.  C.
Note���Time for receiving the above
j tenders is hereby extended to Saturday, November 6th, 1909.
J T. J. ARMSTRONG,
251-7 Assignee.
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
Easy Term
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each)
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and i\
months.
This is good residential propertj
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.
McQuarrie & Co,
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
WESTMINSTER OPERA
HOUSE
TWO DAYS:
Monday,   November ll
Tuesday, November 2|
ALL      WORK      GUARANTEED      BY
MERKITHEW & RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
TELEPHONE   586.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
FOR  FIKST  CLASS
Win. A. Brady Announces the First  Western Tn:     . tbi   1
Romantic Actor,
MR. WRIGHT L0RIMER
in   the  Powerful   Spectacular   Dram.
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Shepherd King1 lifts Wright Lorlmer to a posltii        thi
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SEAT SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY AT RYALL'S D��LG
STORE. PRICES 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. SECURE EARLY, AS
THE   DEMAND   IS   TREMENDOUS.
List   Your   Property   With  Us
Dr. A. D. Buchanan, formerly of New
Westminster, is with us, and handling
New Westminster property exclusively
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Automobile and Train Collide.
Pittsburg, Oct. 2!).���Harry Toley,
ehaufTeiir, was killed, and Dr. K. V.
licGrey of Carnegie was probably fatally injured yesterday when a Penn-
���ylvania passenger train struck the
Mttom'oblle in which they were riding.
See Us For Water Frontage
We have it within five minutes walk of the city limits.
PRICES AND TERMS ON APPLICATION
MALE BROS.
706 COLUMBIA  STREET.
WE WANT  YOUR   BUSIMFSS-��^*.L^
MOONEY'S CREAM SODAS  	
THREE POUNDS OF BUTTER  FOR
.25c  PER  TIN
 $1.00
.$1.00
THREE  DOZEN  NO.  1   SELECT  EGGS FOR
HUNGARIAN FLOUR (guaranteed to suit or money refunded), 5
PER SACK 	
C. A. WELSH,  The People's Grocer. KjonesJ^3jandU4a^^ t,tn
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,   ,.-.-lf,rc 30. moo.
THE DAILY NEWS.
GORDON'S
Business  Talk
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Waterproof Coats
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fi'lllll
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Style Rubber Coats, very service:.: ���
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NEXT TO CITY HALL.
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eless.    Do  you  realize that your eyes a-e the bread
winner*, and that thej  :..-    not long    sta _
���   subjecting them to?     We can    supply   >   .  -
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s .  '      We do not charge to mak<   an
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Optica] Parlor.
Roo ni IS,
nloo  Trust  Bldg.
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses from $3-95 UP
Silk Blouses from    3-50 UP
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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\ Electric Railway Service \
Interurban Line.
Cars  for Vancouver   and way
stations  wlll   run  every half
hour   from   5:50   a.  DO. Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
Last oar leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Can leave the depot every
. twenty minutes for both Sap-
I perton aud city limits over the
1   city  Une.
:
City Line: Cars leave tram
Office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. ra
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at   ten  minutes after   the  hour, 4
half pasl and fifty minutes after I
the  hour, commencing  at  6:30 ?
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j " you fill your numerous wants for Stationery, Books, Bibles,
* Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign News Papers, and In fact any
X     th'ng usually carried in a flrst-class Stationery Store.
We buy direct from the manufacturers for spot cash, no mid-
dle^��n'9 proflt t0 be added and therefore we can show you some
m��ney-6avine   ���'���
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in  <���: ���     ii   toi ���������' ������������ .-   match in
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SHAMROCKS TO HAVE
FIRST   TRY   AT CUP
Ottawa,    Oct Wl   am ''���'
tht   Stanloj   i up trusts    wl
truth  tin i s   1- .-���  I     ���   ���   : epot ti
senl out rrom Ottawa I       I  -���
leng<e of thi   Edmonton Hockej  club
was In the hands   oi    I n   I u
said:     "Then- ta nothing in H so Eat
We have nveho.i no chalh ngo fro
Sdmonton    nor from    Nelson ettboi
The    only    communication    thai  "'���
have had from Nelson was n rei
for a copj   ot the cup rules        Mi
Foran said furtlier thai the situation
regarding  the  Stanley    cup h.i,i  nol
changed
"Tin- challenge of   thi   Shami
of Winnipeg has been accepted > -
trustees," he s.iUi. "and thej a 111 pla;
lirsi.     The dates "ill be arranged hj
the Shamrocks   and   Ottawa    I
Belves,     Of ioiiiso there were olieil
lenges in al  the end    ol lasi  bi
from Toronto    professionals and Cobalt, hul nothing further will be 'i'''o
regarding these until the trustees :i"'
assured tliat the challengers are Berl
oils."
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t  new  English Church Hymn Books are now In stock.   Do
y��u  require  one? f
TODHUNTER & BURR       :
��oksellcrs, Stationers, Newsdealers    ���
Successors to J. J. MACKAY 8. CO. J
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Dr.ils Among Big Lcigur Clnl"-
Now York, Oct, 29, A numbei of
deals which are now under waj and
are Bald to have reoeived the sanction
of the parties In the deal will considerably alter the peraonnal ol several
of the major league baseball clubs
next season. Manager McQraw of
the New York Nationals lum arranged
to trade Pitcher Qeorge WlltU nnd n
substantial cheque to the Chicago
Nationals for Johnny Kling, ths
catcher who refused to play with t'hi
oago insi season, according lo an un-
doubted authority, Mike Donlln,
who could nol make saUstactorj n-
nanclal arrangements with Mcurnw
lasi season, will go to Philadelphia
in exchange tor Sherwood McOee, according to the same authority, and
Fred. Merkle and Charlie tlersog, two
of the llkellesl youngsters in iii��: ooni-
puny, are to go to si Louis In '-\
change for Ed. Konetohy McOraw
ims refused to make public any &*���
���iluIm of the deal with Chicago, tmt n
is understood thai to ki-i KJlng ha
was compelled to offer Wiltse, who 'R
liked  by   Milliliter  Kninli  Chiniir. ninl
$7ri<i(i besides, Hum making Kling b
115,000 sale, it la figured thai these
three deals will materially strengthen
the clubs Involved.
Big Automobile Races Tomorrow.
New   York,   Oct.     20<- The   drivers
who will rare for ihe Vanderbilt,Mas-
sapeqiia and Whentley Hills CUpS
over the Long Island motor park way
and roads of Nassau county next Saturday met at the Qcfden City hotel
last night, to receive their final instructions, it was announced that
the six small cars In the MftSSftpequa
cup content would bfl the first f0
start, the four In the WheaUey Hills
class second and the sixteen bigger
cars In the Vanderbilt. cup race last.
The cars will be started at Intervals
of IT, seconds, beginning promptly at
. a.m. The course ls 12.R4 mllfs
around.
W> -II.'.**�����-       eli-faefci,:   **���*��&,&
^^T* *:����to^;fercw^Ts.'eaitcLDttts.u��!K~":l
Politieia'nt   know   llheti
business.
Tht   puMIc   know   Iheir
bui [ness,
WE
know  on,   bush     ���
Honest H/-sliig btr
kept this irhe Leading
Furniture House in the
city for nearly a quarter
of a century.
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for t start tl.i    ������ - m   l"-'ri
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The Reliable Furniture Oealer, UphoUtet'er,  Undertaker
Umpire Frary f��    Big l_. ;gue.
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pressed wit    his worl      the pla.
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that ki<  hing.
'.  d that wa;
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to test 1    ���     isl aa fa   as the;
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    thi.     wouldn't
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:. ,   .o   -.. gment      Hit siw    -   i
... h  iri  lit^  fat o    atid   I  ������  voice i^
good     Up th< - ��� thej di -'- - expi. .
Ire to tei;-'-" a   - m< i around I
. -. oi dash al   ovei the    ��� ,i   .
two   ...o e- ^(,i help covet  the
play, and what  thej   wa      ������������  a mav,
>���.   . ihe eye, ('���.,��� void   tin
the  nerve."
Newmarket MJet.
Newmarkel     Eng     0< I      9     fh<
Houghton handicap oJ 200 Boverotgas
foi  thii. yeai old ��� and upwards   Be>
en  furlongB,  was  wxmi  bj   Mate   o
Damag.. waa si cond and  6h   ^ -'
third,      I'lie Richmond Nureerj  handicap ol B00 sovereigns   Bh furlongs
��:is won b5 Santos 11    Karagone "rt!i
second, and tbe Minis coll third   fhe
race foi   the Deathursi  pi -
Boverlgna toi ino >eai olds bi ven tnv-
longs, iemboig beal ll P V\ hltni j b
Whtskbroom The WtCh Mile "'i
ter handicap of 200 soverelgne tt��l
three-year-olds and up was won by ���'
R Keene's Esperanto; 81 Egbert ��;)��
second, and St. Justinian third
Overuse in the news
Pitcher Mullin to Go Under Knife.
Detroit.. Oct. 20.���GPorKe Mullin,
the Tierer pitcher, Is soon to go under
the knife again. George was injured In the groin a couple of seasons
ago hy a batted ball from the cIBB
of Oeorge Stone of the Flrowns. ��e
was operated on once anAthe trouble
seemed to dlsapear. but his strenuous^,
work in the recent world's seriM
brought back the pain.
BOWLING    !
The finalB in tho individual Series
u, ,,-   rolled   "il   Iron   r\i nini.    I lie   m-
'iiiiiii being as follows Hood, ,i:!���:
Keary, f08; Latham, 833 tifttham
won iii ni prise. Hood won second
prise, and Kearj  "''" third
Council Bluffs, Iowa. Ool .. ~.b C
Mnyhriiy's chief OBBOciateg In III-- nl
leged swindles In (Ills nnd other Cities
desire   to   have   liini   face   Hie   cum Is
alone on December 7. the dale fixed
for his trial in ihe federal coun  in
this city
This In sahl  lo he  the reason  why
Russel B Harriman, Prank W, Hrown
and  EdWftrd 0.  Moore ate llehtini'. "
tnnvnl     from    California     lo    OOUUCil
liluffs.     Harriman, Brown and Moore
lire   alleged   lO' have   been   Mavhray's
"Inside men" ami are Included Iti H"'
eighty foui  defendants hamnd in Hie
May bray  indictments in  the  fftderal
court.
Rubber
Goods
HAVE ADVANCED TWENTY PER
CENT. FORTUNATELY FOR US
AND FOR YOU WE PURCHA8ED
OUR WINTER STOCK BEFORE
THE ADVANCE. WE HAVE DE
CIDED TO SELL AT OLD PRICES
POR ONE WEEK. IT MEANS A
8AVING TO YOU WORTH TAKING
ADVANTAGE OF, 80 IF YOU EXPECT TO BE NEEDING A HOT WATER BOTTLE OR SYRINGE OR
COMBINATION OF BOTH, YOU
HAD BETTER ACT QUICKLY.
D. S. CURTI^S CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
Unde
rwear
I
Now that the cold weather is
hero, what about your winter underwear? We study the under-
wear question and appreciate the
requirement s of ditYerettl men.
We roaliz.e that there is nothing a
man is SO particular about as his
underwear, so we provide t-ho best
in all the different lines, such as
Ellis Spring Needle, Staniield's
(all weights), Penman's Natural
Wool, Watson's, and many others
WE HAVE THE VELVET FINISH,
NATURAL WOOL AND ELASTIC
RIR. SPLENDID VALUE8. THE
SUIT.   FROM
$1.50 to $5.00
UNION UNDERWEAR ��� WE'VE
TH. BEST MAKES OF UNION UN
HFKWEAR IN ALL THE DIFFER
INT   TEXTURES.      THE   8UIT
$3.25 and $4.00
The man or boy who' is always
troubled in getting satisfactory
underwear can be relieved here
Sweater Coals
FOR   HUNTING.   RIDINCv    WALKING     AND     EVERY  OUT-
DOOR   NEED.       SPLENDID PROTECTION.
REID & CO.
Clothiers and Haberdashers
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
I can insure your valuable horses and
cattle against dpath from every cause in
a reliable Canadian company at reasonable rates.
This kind of insurance is as necessary
as fire insurance.
Enquire for particulars.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY. OCTOBER
,     MAAK
ST.CHARLES EVAPORATED CREAM
Th ��� Ci Men Cow is the trade mark of the St. Charles Condensing Company.
This Blgn on a can of Kvaporatcd Cream stands for purity and quality.
TIk-r- is no other cream just like St. Charles Cream. It combines at a
low price Uie hight-it quality and Uie greatest purity, the finest flavor and
the greatest power of nutrition. For infants and growing children, for
nursing mothers and invalids it is a necessity. For the strong and well ic
i-, a luxury. It is equal to the liest of ordinary cream for all purposes. For
many puqoses it is infinitely superior. In using St. Charles Cream, whether
for infants, for invalids, or in ordinary cookery, )<>u take tw chances.
B ���������-  liooklet of valuable information to mntherr and nurses sent f: ee upon application.
Sold by  "Bc.~t Grocers   E,_>erytvhere '
ST. CHARLES  CONDENSING COMPANY ::      Ingjorsoll, Onl.
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AT THE HOTELS.
NEVER    HEARD    OF    THE
RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSET
An odorless  closet.    No sewerage  or  water  required.  We
also   have   an   odorless   commode.
R. HARRIS & CO.
HALL-I.AVEIiY   BLOCK
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
Russell Hotel.
Albert Latscha, New York.
M. Osterman, New York.
Edwin August, New York.
Thomas Cowen, Seattle.
Walter Wilson and wife. New York.
Malbyn  Ware. New York.
E.   H.  Hill.  Pitt  River.
('.  R, Steele, Vancouver.
H.  T.  Reed, Edmonton.
A. E. Belyea, Toronto.
R. M. Tod, Toronto.
Geo. E. Hunter. Vancouver.
A. Blair, Vancouver.
V. Wolfenden, Victoria.
AI.  R. Kelly, San  Francisco.
!���.. I. Ashley, London. Eng.
Q. W. Elliott, Montreal.
Joseph Sonn^nfeld, Berlin.
L.
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San
ffl?feh Watdimalier
Gold Watcae.s for Ladles from |12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltnam and Elgin
Watch'.-s.
Watch repairing a specialtv.
F. CRAKE
Twn   dnnrs   trom    Ceo.  Adams.   Grocer \
Windsor Hotel.
Mclrm"s. Nlcomen.
E. Armstrong, Langley.
A. Baylls, Mt. Lehmann.
liter Norton, Toronto.
John W. Smith. Tynehead.
Daniel  R. Cooper, Silverdale.
W.   L.   H.   Knowles  and   wife,
Francisco.
Jonas Olson, Matsqui.
Olaf Olson, Fraser Mills.
O.  P. Matthews, Tacoma.
J. Haldi. Langley.
H. Titmus, Langley.
A. n. McCauley, Spokane.
J. Poller. Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Croft, Elgin.
Miss  A.  B.  Millard,  Norwich,  Eng.
W.  Murphy, Saskatchewan.
A. E. Best. Coqultlam.
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
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The weekly market yesterday was
. ��� ly attendee', and the large Bupplj
oducts   wa>   cleared   out   at   an
;r, at  prices satisfactory  to
all.    Tl     weather was not  pleasanl
the farmers are taking ad ���
of thi   slack  season to    dlsp ise    n
their products.   The auction ^ale was
well attended and a large number of
animals  changed hands.
Meal generally was a good offering.
being  offered   than   for
time past    Beef was a good supply
and all sold    Lamb was i   plenti-
; .    and i    oi  to the demand. ' The
price   weakened   with   the   ine:
pply. Mutton was a good suuply
and found a good demand. The
quantity of pork was improved and
ihe call was sufficient to take all that
was offered. Veal was plentiful and
all sold readily. Fish in all local valines was obtainable at the usual
prices.
Eggs were a comparatively good
supply and all were bought up readily al the wholesale fig ire 4"j cents
Butter remained unchanged. Fowl
continue to increase In quantity as
the fall advances, and yesterday the
offering was large, with a very brisk
trade In evidence. Chickens were as
plentiful as last week and the demand was good. Brrilers were sufficient in number to meet all requirements and the price fell slightly, the
demand being for the best birds only.
Ducks Were more scarce than last
week and realized a slightly better
price.
The supply of apples increased
largely and all sold leadily. Many
of the apples were of the "fancy''
grade and realized large prices. Many
fall varieties were represented. J. A.
Maclnnes of Nicomen. sold a large
number of boxes of Northern Spies,
a quantity of which were also disposed of by J. Morrison  of Langley.
In addition Mr. Morrison sold a
quantity of Baldwins and Russets. T.
Marshal of Langley sold Kings, and
Wolf River apples were bought in by
W. West of Langley. S. Holt of Chiiliwack had a large number of boxes
of  Bartlett   pears,  which   sold  well.
Official    Quotations.
Beef,   hindquarters,  per  lb., ,8c   to  9c
Beef, forequart*rs, per lb ... 5c to 6c
Lamb       14  to  14c
Mutton    lie to 12c
Veal, large Se to 9c
Veal, medium 12c
Pork, medium, per lb ... .11% to 1-c
Eggs,  wholesale, per doz    45c
Eggs,   retail,   [ier  doz    50c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 30c
Butter, retail, per lb	
Fowl, per doz $0.50 to $7.50
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st, best-equippe .    ,
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that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada
Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newe
largest mill on the prairies.
Made with the determination  to   give  users   better   flour-value, greater
certainty cf   baking-success,  fuller  satisfaction with  the final   result,   whether
with biscuits, cake or bread.
Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.
Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.
This flour cannot be described  in an advertisement.    \X'e use  this  paper
merely to give the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
It Is tho gruapanteed flour.    If you are  not satisfied with It after two fair tp'al<9,
ask your (TpociSI* for your money back.     He wlll ylvo lt to you.
Add more water than  usual when  using1 Robin Hood FIoup.    Made of such
hard, dry wheat, It absorbs more moisture - producing a lapg-er, whiter loar.
The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours
you have lo find out for yourself.   That there is a difference
every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits.
SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
LIMITED 1
Moose Jaw, Sask.
Chickens, per doz.
Broilers, per doz. .
Ducks, per doz. . . .
Potatoes, per ton  .
Apples,   pel'   bOX    . .
    $5 to $�� j
$3.50 to $bb'i i
... ?n to ii-
 %v>
.11.25 to J1.60
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Pears, per box $1 to $1.-5
Onions per sack
Turnips, sack ... .
Cabbage, sack ... .
Carrots, per sack .
Geese, live, each . . .
c Getse, dressed, per
Turkey,   per   lb    . . .
.$1.25 to J1.60
.50c
.5nc
.r,0c
$1.26 to fl.
lb.
.20c
25c
REWARD.
A reward of $25.00 will be paid for
Information which will lead to the
conviction of the person or persona
who have recently been Interfering
with and damaging the arc lights on
Queen's avenue'.
Bj  older.
\V. A. DUNCAN, i
City Clerk.     |
City Hall, New Westminster, October 23, 1! 09.
*��br?jim..
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
IMPERIAL $7.25  per   Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75  per   Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.
<=RONT  STREET
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
Waterspout Floods Genoa.
Genoa, Oct. 29.���An enormous War
terspoul coming swiftly in from the
sea caused serious damage here yesterday. Numerous houses In the vicinity of the Piazza del Popolo were
unrbofed, and many trees In the
square uprooted. A large number
of persons were injured, but no one
was killed. t
New  Westminster.
y.2
Telephone 333.
Crewe for Governor.
Ottawa. Oct. 2'.i.���The report thai
Lord .Morley will succeed Ear] Grey
as governor-general of Canada lacks
confirmation here. The Idea prevails
that Loni Crewe, the present colonial
secretary, is more likely to come to
Canada.
Take notice that an application lias
been made to register Charles Ketch-
um as tne owner ln fee simple, under a tax sale deed from C. C. Usher
to Frederic \V. Howay and Robie L>.
Reid, bearing date the 1st day of December, A. D., 1902, "t ail and singular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
being in tiie district of New Westminster, ln the province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lot 13 of Block 1^
ot Lot 201, Group 1, Murray's Addition, north half of I>it 14 of Block l:.
of Lot 201, Group 1, Murray's Addition.
You nnd those claiming through or
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
���    Notice  Is  hereby  givei ' Irtf
days from date  I Intel I to
F. S. Hussey, superlnti ad
vincial  police,   Victoria   D   C, fori
transfer of the liquor li, ���:���'
Gilbert Tulloch, for thi
situated    at Port    Mood; '. to
George Welch of Port
GILBERT T
Port Moody, Octobi i  j
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an a] ;
heen made to register Thoi nighl
Jr., as fhe owner in fi
a   tax   sale   deed   from     I
Dykes to Thomas kmo i
.situate,   ljing  and   being
trict   of    New     WestD Insl
Province of    British Ol
under you   and   all   persons   claiming
anv Interest ln the said land by  vlr- d��l(' t,,e Bth day ol  Sep-.
tue of    anv  unregistered Instrument, ''���'"'��� ��f ��" and sing
and all persons claiming any interest I':"vf,> or
in   tlie  said   land    by   descent,   whose
title is not registered  und ��������� the provisions of the "Land  Registry Act.
are required  to contest the claim ot particularly   known and di
the tax    purchaser    within  forty five 1;"'  :''  I''"('k  10, ol  pan
days from the late of the first publl- Qr��up -'���
cation of this notice, aud ln default      ]'"' and those ''
of a caveat or certificate of lis pen- "n'!lf ���v"'1  and  all   |
dens being filed    within buc.i period l,;-   ^teresl in thi
or  in  default  of    redemption  before tue, '"  any  tinregisten I
- registration, you and each or you will a"fl a11 l"'rs"��J claimli
29A,
���
-
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_18$__%j& ;
L
in   the   said   land   by
from   sen up  anv  clain    to or  ln !t,tle  is  ""'   "   l,8tered
respeel of the said land, and I shall vl8lon8 l,'1 ,hl' I""'1''
register Charles Ketohum as owner':1,'" '''''i11"''''1 to conti
thereof in  fee.
the tax
ui
.'i
wil  .
aKe
Prices Alone
No Article Cheap
Trustworthy quality is equally necessary.   We have just opened up a
large shipment of Umbrellas and Parasols
AND IN CALLING YOUR ATTENTION TO THE FACT, WE WOULD   IMPRESS   UPON   YOU   THAT   THFSE    CARRY  OUR   STRONGEST
GUARANTEE. IN   EVERY GRADE.  FROM THE COTTON  FABRICS TO THE   FINEST ALL SILK, WE QUOTE THE LOWEST PRICES
POSSIBLE,  AND OUR   ASSERTION    THAT YOU CANNOT BEAT OUR VALUES ANYWHERE CAN   BE   PROVED   BY    YOUR   EXAMINATION  OF  OUR   DISPLAY.
IT   IS   IMPOSSIBLE  TO   DESCRIBE EVEN  A  FEW OF OUR   NUMBERS   HERE,   BUT  THESE   ARE   A   FEW   POINTERS   ON   SOME
OF OUR  LINES.
And I hereby direel  Y'" "J��   p^ch"tr
[that   publication    of    this  notice  torl'fl>'s fro.m u"' date of tht
thirty d,-.ys in a daily newspaper pub-R18 r"""'" "l'��"  v".;
lished in  New  Westminster  will  be|of a caveat '"' ccrt
good and   sufficient  service  thereof.
Date I  at the Land Registry Oilier.
New Westminster.  Province of  Brit-
jish   Columbia,   this   28th   day  of  September, A. U. 1000.
C. S. KKITH,
District   Registrar,
t    To Henry Young, Esq., John Dren,
Etoq. 228-30
FAMILY  DMBRELLA8, extra large and strong, $1.00 & $1.25
BPBCIAL  CHILDREN'S UMBRELLAS,    21-Inch    frame,    fine
twill cotton cover   , ...65c
LADIES' 28-INCH   PARASOLS,    fitted    with steel    rod and
bulb runner In an endless Variety of handles
Price!    75c, $1.00,  $1.25, $1.50 and  upwards.
We have the newest mode in ladies' parasols, the DIREC-
TOIHI'. style with Idng, nam ral wood handles in colors to match
your suits.
For gentlemen's use the FIFTH AVENUE, is lhe neatest umbrella ever produced. Iiv a special interlocking arrangement
the frame folds into just a little less than half the space taken
up by the finest ordinary u mbrella. The cover is an exceptionally fine gloria mixture and the price is exceedingly reasonable
for an article got up to give good service $5.00
CANADIAN PACifIC
RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express and Seattle train
leaves 7:66.
Afternoon Express leaves i'i-.2U for
all points East, Including United
States points. St. Paul and Fast.
Agassiz  Local   leaves  17::Sf>.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULKT,
C. P. R. Agent.
dens  being  filed   within  e
or in  default  of    !��� di
registration, you and each o
be   forever   estopped   ai '
from  setting  up any  clai j
respect of the said land,
register Thomas Knight Jr. i
thereof in tee,     And i I
that   publication   of    till
thirty days in a daily di -.
lished   In   New      VVl Sti! o
weekly newspaper publisl
llwack will be good and BU
Vice   thereof.
Dated  at   thc   Land   Ri
New  Westminster,  I'i
ish Columbia, this 131 i   I
her, A.   D.   1909.
C.  S    lo
pistrlcl I.'
To Jane Wilkinson.
r |.   ���ip'^tt** .
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The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of 8lxth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILV
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you t
No wonder ��lter'he lurd��mier.
Few c��o itand it. u.mld
Put on ��� new  one of Huberoid
Rc iin)!.   No trouble. ��en ,
RubwoWltanelMtloroo?ni��rt
will stand nil  kind, of """__���
heat, cold, sun, rain, ��.'?d' m
no difference to Riibcro.J.
It  i.  weotlier-proof and fire re-
" Wiffnot melt, crack or rot.
Most easily appl'ed aod req
no painting D,rticul��r��,
Call or write for lull p��ro"
samples and prices.
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OPTICIAN.
Business
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Eyes Tested Free. \ Phone 57.
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A. S. IH'.NNY,  liiiliiinhiii Street, New Westminster
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how lt Is ohoupt'r to buy our
lilnt.-cli.s-i building materim*
than tt '��� to purohaaa tha ix'or-
rr kind. We can point to
bulldlnga bul't with our muto-
rials that never need repaire.
W�� c.'.ui point to eWmt otheri
that need repalri ail tha time
But they Were not built of our
materlalf. Bee where real
cbeapneu 11����?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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The Sunshine Furnace.
WE DO
all kinds of Tinsmithing.
WE REPAIR HEATERS  J
AND
WE SELL THE KOOTENA Y
RANGE.
KIRK'S HARDWARE,n��ww���
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufarturwr* 'in.I Omatmra m Att K��m*    ut
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Moulding*,   S����h,   F>w#f��#
Interior FinUh,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Rah nnd Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
tminster, B. C
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always injStock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia Stf
Telephone 12. New Westminater
Waatmltiater
Transfer Co.
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ie.v eri^n " honor of her guest, Mrs.
jf ft H,.i',oto" 0( Tho Needles,
Arrr,.~ i ���,.-,. b. C. Tho Draw-
in,r-".iA.,.c. and reception-room wore
a mnnn ot autumn flowers and bril-
ilnnt  Aei*i.,mn  leaves.      The    hostesj
  .I in a most beautiful gown o*
violet satin with pearl trimming.
ATeAllistor more a moyen age gown
of green and white satin.      The dining-room table    was    deiorated with
Ttfit will find lt to your advantage   masses   of   cream   and    pink roses
f* A MA frl AM PttiPiC
AfLAMni.  ��itfAMSHIrS
Those assisting Ihe hostess were Mrs,
w .,. , . . , , - McPhatl, Mrs. Hugh Gordon, Mrs. L.
whether you lntund to travel or send-| A   LewJfl   M>a   01f(ordj MrB_ MoLach-
ng for your friends. j ]nn  (Van'eouven.    who    had helpln|
From Montreal and Quebec. ' them Miss Laldlaw, Miss Shurp <V.'<n-
_ , ��� u , ��� u     . I couver),  Miss Gifford,    Miss Robert-
Empress of Brl aln       .Novembers aml   ml@  Jean   MrPlmll.       Mr.
Empress of Ireland  ....November  19'     d   v,,.s     McDonald    entertained at
Por other dat��*eend particulars ap-1 cards in the evening.
���Diy to *'!_���"
���  priTTTWT i   if Dorer, Fourth avenue, will
E. GOUUia. ,    at ���om(J oll the flrg,; Wednesday;
C. P. K. Agent.       of evPrJ. month.
Ui arrange your booking at this olSce,
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Timely Tips
For Bargain
Hunters
We have just received another carload of the Raymond Flour. Those
who have tried it
will appreciate this
news, and those
who have not ought
to take the chance,
both to try it and
also to save some
money by using it.
Remember, we
don't follow the
leaders, we lead
the followers.
Our Line of
Tools is Up-to"
Date
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City News
All sizes Stilson's wrenches,
Wescot fi ('eee pattern wrenches, Ball Pirn hammers, ship
auger bits and handsaws. Call
and see them.
Anderson & Lusby :
COLUMBIA STREET.
**************************
NA-DBiKO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants   or  adults.
T. A.
X CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
��� THE ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO.
CANTON.  OHIO.
Prices given on application for Fire,
Burglar proof and other safes; vault
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent, H. J. A. BURNETT, Accountant and auditor. P. O    Box 691
NIGHT SCHOOL
Your spare time is worth money.
Why not  use it?
We can prepare you tor a responsible position tlmt will mean
Advancement.
Do nol Btand i till. Improve your
position. Ej pi n teachei Quick
results.
Westminster Modern Business
School
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
"Lift - . Soap I; del tfully re-
tn tot bath or toi I I washing   ti        o            II    Ib unequaled.
( and   purifies.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
&
SAFE DEPOSIT CO, LTD.
HEAD  OFFICE  23   LORNE   ST.
Board of Directors:
T. .1. Trapp, i'ii sldent,
.   8.   Annandale,   First   Vice-
President.
J.  Jone .   Bi cond   Vlce-Pn . -
Ident.
II. Smith,       ll.  Ryall,
a   Lewis,       M. M. Nelems,
It. E. Walker, M. D.
Trustees:
Ion. R. McBride, Premie B.C.
ieo. u. >. ibwell, W S. Collister
'. J. Hart Managing Director.
:. L. Wi O" | Vssistant Manager and Secretary.
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������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
\    1 ilL l'lADEIN SOUTHBEND JxAINVjL
\ JAMES & McCLUGHAN
���
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Good Line of Second-Hand and New Heaters
For Sale Cheap.
��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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Bob    StevenBon'a    whole.stock  of
.loots acrl  shoes    to    be  sold off in
'thirty days. -19-
Palm ferns and all kinds of plants
at  Tidy's,  the     florist,  TUT   Columbia.
'street.      Phom    L184. 250'.
i
For    pianos,    organs,    sewing ma-
chines,  talking   machines,   sheet   mu-
sic  and  records   go  t.i  J.   H.   Todd's
music liouse.  Columbia street.
The   funeral   took   place   yesterday
afternoon of William Hicks from his
late residence.  Fourth  street, to tlie
I Church of Kngland cemetery. Rev. A. :
| Shildrick   officiating.     Deceased   was
| S5  years  of  age. j
Order your bulbs for Spri;w flow-
I ers now from Davies, Greenhouse,
; telephone   B208. 251-tf
For first-class cut flowers and any :
:kimi of Floral work, telephone Davies'
'Greenhouse. R208. *'
Mr.  Denny  will   move  liis stock of,
furniture  and   carpets  into   the  Cunningham block, 42 Sixth street, about
November 1.
The site for the new repair shops
of the B. C. Electric Railway corn-
pany adjoining the car construction
shops on Twelfth street, is being
cleared and material is beini; hauled
to the ground with a view to the earl)
. commencement oi the work.
List   your  property    for quick sale;
with  W.  II.  Nesbitt  &  Son, 650  Columbia street. 249-3
Repairing neatly done by D. F.
Quigley at Sinclair's shoe store.
Saturday's special ��� Chrysanthemums and carnations, Tidy's florist
store.    Phone L184.
The chief of police will be glad to
have the following articles claimed
which have been left at the police
station by the officers and other Pear-
ties finding them on the street: A revolver, a girl's gold ring, a lady's fur
boa, and a purse containing a sum
of  money.
The steamer Trunsfer will hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharf
for Ladner, Westham Islan 1 and way
points, at 2 u'clock in the afternoon
Instead of at 2, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra retuno
trip arriving in the city in the evening. Trips wil] be made to Steveston as the business warrants. ������
Percy B. Brown, of the Sett lois'
Association of B. C, begs to announce
that he is still occupying the same
office as heretofore. The Merchants
Bank  of  Canada   Bldg.,   17   Begbie  st.
250-6
Saturday's special���Shrimps, Crabs,
I Oysters in shell, bulk and canned.
\ A full supply of fresh and smoked
'��� fish.     Benson it Ay ling.
The tramp steamer Camphill came
u]) the river on Thursday to load
lumber at the Fraser river mills for
.Melbourne, Australia. The Comphill
on her way up discharged a discharged a load of coal from Baltimore for
the United States government's Paciflc ports, 'i'he Australian Mail Line
steamer Riverdale is also at the mill
loading, and will take the November
sailings from San Francisco.
Tlie wise man has been taught thai
a bank account is necessary, hut a
wise man not only    has    a ban]    ic-
[ count, hut a safety deposit I) ij a
trust company's vault. His ��� liable
papers will go in the vault���he does
noi   risk  ihem  in   bis own   liouse.    In   RI
i a Bafety deposit box in our vault your
papers  are  perfectly safe  from  fire,
burglars or anj other loss.   Isn'l this
tfficienl reason why you should rent
one of these boxes today?   Dominion ���_
��� Trust Co., Ltd., T. R Pearson, mai    ^g
ager New Westminster branch
Much good work is b-iiiL undertaken by the Burnaby council on tin
Nortii   road.     A   gang   Of   torty   men
wiiii the new roller, it is unaerswwa
that It is the im 'ntion of Hie municipality to lay a sidewalk on this st etel
of road on the Burnaby side.
Buy orchard   lands   Willie  they  are
cheap and become Independent.     \\v
are th�� official agents of The We te
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd, Lei
iis tell you about their choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite and
fruit district along the line of tha
li. C. Electric Chiiliwack lln,. and V.
V. & B. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway.
This section excells In the production
of al] fruits. Come at onco whila II
best lands are selling cheap and lei u-
show you this section at our expense.
.Wc can sell five, ten, fifteen anl
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms. V !l
J.   Hart  &  Co.,  Ltd.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,       Colombia St.
LULU ISLAND
Magnificent Display of the
New Furs
POPULAR FURS
AT POPULAR PRICES
ENCE  AND   RIGID   INSPECTION  OFTHIS  DEPENDABLE   Ll
OUR WOMEN'S ANO ' 5SEs,
STOCK OF FURS FOR FAL AND
WINTER ARE HERE, READY F0R
YOUR INSPECTION AND SELEC
TION.
THE VALUES WE HAVE TO
SHOW YOU ARE TRULY REMARK-
ABLE WHEN YOU CONSIDEF- THE
TIMELINESS AND WORTH OF THE
MERCHANDISE WE ARE DFFER-
ING.
THESE NEW GARMENTS ARE
BEAUTIFULLY STYLED. MADE OF
FINEST SKINS. EXPERTLY TAILORED AND IN EVERY APPROVED
STYLE. QUALITIES ARE THE
VERY HIGHEST OBTAINABLE IN
EVERY CASE.
BEST OF ALL, PRICES ARE ASTONISHINGLY LITTLE. YOL ',EVER SAW SUCH PHENOMENAL VALUES ON EQUALLY DESIRABLE
MERCHANDISE.
OUR FUR DEPARTMENT IS BETTER EQUIPPED THAN EVER BEFORE WITH THE NEWEST AND
BEST STYLES. THERE'S NO WANT
THAT WE CANT FILL SATISFACTORILY.
HERE YOU WILL FIND THE
NEW GOODS IN NECK PIECES.
MUFFS, ETC., IN PRICES TO SUIT
EVERY   PURSE.
BETTER  VALUES ARE OFFERED
THIS   YEAR   THAN   EVER   BEFORE
AND   WE   ASK    FOR   YOUR   PRES-
NE OF  SEA-SONABLE   FURS.
Women's Knitted
All-Wool Gloves
35c Per Pair
Warm woollen gloves in
splendid quality and bright
finish. Shown in shades of
Navy. Green. Brown, Tan,
Grey, Cardinal and Black
and white. Also fancy designs. Sizes G to 7% inches.
per pair   35c.
New Furs���We Must Describe
Them Fully
Price
MARMOT  STOLE 56 inches long, lined with heavy
:
GREY  BQXJIRRBLCRAVATS, at   ...   $7.50. $8.50, $12.50
MARMOT   MUFFS, at each   $6.50 and $7.50
BLACK   CONEY   STOLES     with   large   colla
with tails, satin lined. Price, only      $5.00
MARMOT    STOLES  trimmed   with   Ermine   t,
lined.    Price, only     $g.oo
SABLE RUFFS, trimmed with C tails. Price $11.50. $12.50
Many other lines including    the    fashionable
TRIMMED WITH  HEADS AXD TAILS in neck ruffs, -
and cravats.    Prices from, each $17.50 up to $1(K
Winter Wear Things For
Women and Children
KNITTED WOOLLEN SHOES. With colored silk and
wool trimmlngB in colors of pink nnd blue, with ribbon
tassel   draw   strings.   Price       20c to  $1.00
See our special line at 35c. Something out of the ordinary.
INFANTS' MITTENS AXD GLOVES, In knitted and
eiderdown, in plain colors of White, Pink and Blue Price
I"'1' I';lil'         25c to 35c
INFANTS" WHITE MUSLIN BIBS, embroidered fronts,
with lace and embroidery frills. Price, each 15c, 20c, 25c, 40c
KNITTED AND    FELT GAITERS for infants and children-
all   colors,   light   and dark.   Price, per pair 60c to 85c
CHILDREN'S    BEAR CLOTH  COATS  for  boys  and  girls
Girls with pretty turnover   collars,   braid   trimmed'     boys
with   felt.  Price       $3.50|  $475i  $650
Smart Tailored
Waists
PLAIN      CA S II M E R B
Waists. Colors Black. White,
Navj and Cardinal. Tailored styles, tucked buttoned
fronts. Price  $2.50
LUSTRE WAISTS. Plain
colors in Navy. Black and
Cardinal. Tailored styles.
Price       $2.50
PRETTY FIGURED DELAINE WAISTS. Shirtwaist styles, fancy fronts.
bordered designs. Prices,
each   ....  $2.75, $3.50, $3.75
TAFFETA SILK  BLOUSES
in Black. Brown, Navy. Myrtle. Tucked from, buttoned
back and trimmed with bou-
tache braid,   Price ... $5.oo
Most Complete Line of Hosiery
and Underwear in the Citv
BOYS'  HEAVY   IUBBEI),     PURE   WOOL   HOSE
Bizes from .-, !���  up to 10%.    Spliced  heels and  toes,      Pii
Per  pair 35c;  3 pair for $1-00
WOMEN'S  CASHMERE  HOSE,  plain  and  ribbed
Shaped,   exceptionally good values at, pair, 35c, 3 pair for $1
Special  line of  Men's Wool, Heather Mixture, half hose
35c and ade values for 3  pair for $I-00
WOMEN'S    PURE LLAMA     WOOL   HOSIERY       M
shaped,  siplieod  heels and toes, per pair  60c
WOMEN'S  GREY UNION UNDERVBSTS with drawers
to   match.   Price   per garment.      35c
WHITE   ELASTIC RIBBED   UNDERVESTS    with  ''! ,"*
0J
ers to match.    Well fitting, price, garment   	
Sec our  PENMAN'S UNDERWEAR, garment $1-25, $'-3a
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
We have some very desirable lotsjin
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
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