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V'    ,    w,,rMINSTEH,  B. C.
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Lopriation Wtod For
gpeninj StreeH and Lay-
.   ,���,v Sidewalks
ASSHR/SmCe
WW'tE SHILCS & CO.
280 Co>irm6'l/��r,   Phone 85. .
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' O rBMSER ���<!  1909.
FIVE CENTS PKh  OOPY.
Dili sails wl; win.     m:: Mm
v.;:::i is miiiinini     t. ,..���, TA ���,Uftn
  I WIL 'I llm''III:
Largest   Ban},   on  thi    Hivei   Will   B,
Launched   Fron    Marine   Railway
Company's Way*.
. i-..-,,'    tl.i    rc-por!
Utttfd       I.      He      '.',
���-.'.���       '���������     iw
I       rei       o      i.
-   .       e- '
TC COU!    0
���      .     , n       ,.l.l":niei.   Jai
| DOOtl' :
l
lulled
Iu
tii.    city
, .   i irtha   nm'
. ,   I Mi   house
hi a   oi   No
tu    :,ir.' ������     teo'n  on  thi   Prasei
11 ..-     fvil    bi    l.r;ii.,-.|.��,    thi     B101 il
a   in.   waj   o   thi   W ssti ilnsi      Ma
rlne liniiwa>  ('.01110.111.
Tin   scot   i:   hi-in;   .-i-.ii-i.-,-., 1.,   1.
QUle    Bros     anV.  1    nlnet      tee    li
length   0   thi   squan   boi   bulli      1
! 'will  be used li   eoonei ttoi   wil    th
tuj   ''!���'���    I.     ii.m   toe,     efron    I
amttl   ii   tn.   eompau ������   bunker   li
tin   ely.   ami wil   can     '���    U  1    Tn.
Hei       ������ n\      i.ll      COS      i\ ' I ll
It;   eoaatruelioi     i    bel i]    isei   ov*
;" "/'"'mii'm    * ' "  wo tl  n   linn.. 1   .I-, ogti
t..
t"
'''       '""      "      tin    BrSI   re.liltUt,                      bull will
���    !                             fou    -.eli.   keelsons   balf-wa    ui an
,   .   I.  Mattens.                   .,���     tlmbari     : 1.; .     thi   side an
Ioca   manage- am    algh   Imshe   ii  thicknew am  I
Illll       Hill       111  'IH'
Oille     ii'"    n     addlttoi     1. tlilt
si 0^   whlal  oil  in  read   re   get du
|n j. I
CjPartl   tii      ���   manage   0   thi
walti 1   nn    hi
,, ,...   [1    tin   approvo   n   .11
witl   tin   Prase   ml
L 11    tm    Immlliin
jl .1   li   iii.-.   asked
:iim.. ti     |]  tin   Hassan   ";"
III .1     the!     Iter,"
, lown of 1   temporary
ijj 1 :       51 igh   approve    ti   oc
,i.:ii'i   stree   for a
in     in.    in'e-nriiiil
r11111   tbat   tin   nev
ill Bl   il'   I'nm;   'UC
Roya Engineers Present Ex-
pressioi    i>i   Appreciation
'''>'  i""ir.!i.-,uii   r.t   pajr<
. ���   1 ��� ������ 1 u ������>������
HI  ���     -    "        DO       thl     - e   .1 . ..,-     ..     I  .
��� Detai hment, whom
il    ���   durlai   thi   proi in ��� 1
Ibll 1 prepared b
H   \ .e      am  i   earrli.  od
��� ,   am     1     ���!'���   i ...   ...e ...   ..��� .
'   RH     d cl 1 ���    '   thi   loo   ti   tl
���-������i   ������   h       0   thi   Roya   Bngin
Thi   i"     '.   thi   addres   li   a��   foi
low .
Thi   Addre^t
''     in      Worshli      v'iiii.n     f,
o .1.      . Ma 0    0     the   Cit    "
'.e.\      VVftStl '.lie.', 1       .
'Dea    81     -Oi    beh tl    ol    tni
ii-..    n qui .    ,,     thi   Unde 'mention* 1
survlviui    mamberi   0     thi   Detach
Willi ir TWO AHI WUUNHED 'VCATO . IR! f/ALS
mm m    *mm ���
m\iK . unhid.,b
Don��  B; Ghuwhis in
Tll*���       .:;.., .11-,p.       r,       fo
Showi 11 London
liiju  tin   week   hi   1   tou   othi    largi    "'���"   '���   ""������'   Engim    -���  whi  servei
P
PI
I, '     11
scowi ol timi owi an hi i; 1
uiiiie- nin "'in compan 1 no\
undei hea ������ demani to '���,���;, sevi
n .in largi contract* n,-., hi 1 beei
itemlin; nev 111 .in; ma tun d ��� >i ���'���'������
nm Btchmoni munlclpalltlei an cali
in; ur largi quantttlei to roai Itn
provemen n atldltioi ti othe con
r-iiets ..,: -. resul I Hlle |! 01 hi 1
found li neceesBar. t�� largel; Ine
theii Btaf n mei a tin Pit o';';
quarries anl nov hi ��� hlrt men
worklnj  then
CHOLERA   IN   ISUANDS
CAUSES  GRAVE.   AL'
���:,. li 1.   di. viii   BUgget
in, inaton  to view tin bU
[IflDi ,.   o jj,   (j, ���   morn in j   and
j-.. .  : .nn.
ali   in   had  gone
llm  n    hi   Lulu h-
-.11.    iieliii"     nni
fclir--1 lln >'��� hum mu' ir the
lam o-.a wmili bi battel Ktayoi
1 BhoUlfl bt I" "!*
Hltl idi am nl tot i/iiie-m-'i
loan >- till |ll)SitiOH tlieniKelvet.
Ill- CD'.!!  . 1.1 ll    DVfil    .In    ki' utt
k
j.-;,:..,    is    ��� -e v    tin      propoaefl
\.. iu   ol  Albert  Oresoei 1
racl Inj oi OblumUi
tw. tip B e ��� 11 fiuul tot nn Stei
(o. up 1    ut, en.-.'  Bt ���
��� :��� " iii    oomponj   Vi.nit:
il'. : ���   ol tlie  con:   n:   M
I     rom    Ellitr..;   1 ree
mmi    plu        tK'ltir     n ''���'.���    tot
to ' -- in. toi ____ -
The    proposal  if ro
Ifti M- v,   i   ";r! ;   aOMHU     -' -   '
Bl present
Dbrtrui ���   :���   S.tr(-ets.
ran : ���, a   .             ���     ���
i;' ������   y      )���:. ���
ix-' ' ��� rs, and bat   bei 1
railwaj ecaopan- I
:-  '   1 ��� ���������:���.������    :     toe (                                 '	
'   : .streets  bj   oars   1,; :\ 1                                    ,,,,,..,.-.-����_
���:   _S      hi"    bl,r: ^v'^   '-"o
*> -  would bi      to ::f ^,,,r;'   "'
������->  10 is- ren ......
,   S, ���;..:,, Y     :   Mnnicipalli   .  ��t  .  ��� JJ*.
__m epresentai     -.-:���..;.�� mad�� to tn<
, . officers ol th<   onion   1    wtold   "���
-'    her canard. | Kearj  is president   to have tin-  (lati
���   Fraser River  changed probably till the second week
'. x.. :.:,e. drew at-   i��� iv,-omhoi. but no,   late enough to
' '������'������ pepwtlntbe  interfere with the CSirtstmas tradi
'r ashlngton   No\   I    -Gn vi  dangei
ei   ohdleri   spreading   throeughou     h
densel;   populatei   islam   0   Cebi    !
toi   Philtsptnet   wit)   eiu   oonsequei
likelihood  nf  y,  genera   ou b 'eai   >'
the southeri  isinniif <>   tht  Philippine
grotrp 11 Bhowi   li   th<   itirewi mai
pon r,- tot publli het ' 1  Be "i.-<   ' 'on
I :.1,.li,
Tlu ihtX'iiMi lini- iriiltiod �� foe holi
in Oehi i.m 1 'fi- "-eli.:) t-hOUl OUtgO
Ui��   (: ill,"lil   lie      dereerii'ii      fi    vessel*
bounfl Poi  ii.it'-.i, eetefl ports hat beei
pi 1  .1  open  lon
���MtfMJUS MM
P8STP(I�� iCfiv;VE\TI(!\
Date   of  Provincial   Nominati.inf,   W.
Clash With Srsevifms- of the
B.  C.  Union.
Most of tbe mayor* Mid reere* oi
the organtsed miirilcipaliiios in BC
are  more  or  less  Interested  in    th<
elections and somo ave oandldati 1
that not only would it  be lmpo*��'l
for   them   to   attend   ne\t   week,   bul
none of the ministers can accei
vitations owing to tho present polltl
cai campaign
The executive ot the union will d|,:*'
with the matter al once
[' ::������ ������:.:!>  from Ou
I" - [.undent   that   tbe
��� d    when  in  the
lsIoo      The mat-
. *-' '��� ti        1    thi   adtrCTtising
nu  .
��� eei the citv conn-
1 tbe pilot board
'     the   pllOtttje   lint's-
��� to the citv   about |
* month. '
��� ! itei ts 0! Vancou-
|r', . trd  te.  the claim
for damages ror
'' ''"   Me^f  t;u;,ul.i. a  Graham   left    here   this
\ '  ^;;-<��-e,, front-   ��� ^       sU   ,���,,���  fo,   ,h���  ,., ���
settlement of   s  ���(,nIi;1,,v ;1Iul ,������ 1:ll1s tor the reform
Itfol :  ���'  ���"���ooh.ihle v,.lna- >    M Tlu,  ,U���M  M1(,   "
k" ,,,"'���    wottld ferce and John C, r.   W   J   Mann
I H.U1, Bdge, Frank Maywood and Q  '
b   referred toetheL,^     The reform
.   s;ire,,o,t from Ka,.   Blake
"'i,vv,".k!:.nn !!,,:ih.Mi
statiil
ii 1, . rron ��� y. <��� IM's desln
'i .e.i ., ., ,,, ,���, stneen am
i.e., m. 1 thanki fo thi mutiifleen
ii.iiinii.' whicl you se kindl '- nd ��� 1
a   ui  m   thi   I Iti   Inst.  01   thi  0
BlOl     0        "i!      :..;���;..nn,Iiii,      tOgetlle      "
celebrati tin Hftietl atinl -������ -sa ��� 0
nu arrive li B ��� . thii beini bu
n ������: h sliici   ou    dlsbamllti)
ii   . ictobi	
1 wai Indeei 1 happ> though 0
youn timi t< .et,-.. i.ii us ani wi
appreclati i e.i 1,. mon at '01 hap
pei ti bi ������ wo ��� li .-.ni 11 nn.- 0 ""
lati .''im int.-. am 1 ������ wlsl ti con
g 1- niie'.- -ei upoi 'en hi -im fo
im.I.- yea ������ bi abl p "esidei ai ���-h'--
magistral 0 hi Ro a -': Whlol
v '.���   ree   p "in   'i   in in,   a sal stei   tt
',,11111      il Ke','.
���'  alsi   voi   to tlianv. tin   presi
A 11    ��� ie,   in >eoto ���- 0    hi   Ro 'h   M "
oul ^ a     am     Ind la     '������' b bi loi
.1  v 1.i.i    .���! hi "������ beei  thi efflolei
tnahage   lo   bi  loni  ������  perloi    r'"   tht
COU    eStt i    -       'I'l'.'i    r.     U|    <:n 'ih,    ���������
pleasai      li     '0 'me   home
'.1   tht   fourteei   su     rors    hi   foi
li viii; hafl ih.- ev. ������.-.in.- pieai u ������ 0
��.,.,i,t p -esei - ��� i-i unoheoi ,:. gen
e ���������,!<��� gtvei b; you vis. San ue
Arelier. Thomi f '��� ������- -. -���������'i.i 0o> - '
,: 1   , i,n,n,;iis   , .- -.. it  '    Bonsot    Ffen
:.    1 si        Robi
e  -     ,. . .., ,,,���        :-e . . 1
mar,.  Seo     'ii.-e.'       L. Idi ������ ������    '��� ������   ���
.'.���;
"We iv.f;-.-.,     ilie     > 1 n��-. ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���       '
.--..,   ., ...      e.. . .   \ :.,, hi ������   Hall
and ��� o     ���,-.���. htte
\y-  :     ���    ���     I
honoi  e.   ...   _���     ���. .   > ve 3 a 1 ce������ :
>.- "R.   WOI.FBN1 ' N
"\"lotoria   B  C   Oci   It
���    -]   rin     11- last
flv.   -   - 1      1      Rev, Sa     Si (al I 1
beei     1 ������ itzl -        Chr! II >���
Hi-.i   ti  b   hi li   h   1 oni       '   1 tj thi
-mi.,v.       of 191] O     I.,,   .,,, .,    ,     ,
'    ���  ill    '- .,    christlal
reiigioi ipllshei    ii    thi
��� ��� ii -in,-. 11-,, i.-i,,, fame transit
tion o   (hi   Blbl " The
prtillmln 1 ���    ��� ( ������,...
li   Bnia '-������     th     H ���     Mi   '-"-i
h ������    i'1'-    saliei   fi ������'���   '-   '"'Me
ii\.   Dominioi   [nti  lin<
"���h,   ���...1   1.,   hnldlnt   thi   .'ipes-
[tiftj    i.    isn     ,. .i,    |),    ..-,. ,  .,      1.,,
'u-.e     '.   tin    eo ri af I ".    b 'fori
Ifdviui:   'li   th ���   I  -'   mii siona '
cohferences win taki   pi tei   ll   Edit
''ll  '..I        il Me   e , '   ���!,,.. ,'. H
mtpi wil dn 1 ti ���-������-. "������' tli
in.,1.    mei   am   1 otnei   ' 'hi   1 '11   'i>
U-.       I'       thl        ���   ."e.i"       ���- -'iih,1. '  "111
Lie:      0      i'.      '""'       e-,,.-iM,      i,      ,,,!,,,     ���n,l
in,1.... hai Iti ''i tl li ". mind, but
tin oh o.i-,,,. ,, tin wo 'li "ii unit,
to carr      I    ti     buci Mahklni
ne--'!'    I .....,.>.!,,,..    ,.i,i, ..     1... 90h   l|S
tb  oi,-.    tin   teaching!   6   labo    ani
,i,., 1 ,, oil o hat ��� ��� oughl '''"
ii'"" ������"���-   t< hint   tin   '"" te   li   unl-
VP -so
Midnight Barroom    Scuffle  Has Serious Ending���Is Mysterious
Affair.
-.   e.   .
1,-1 ���
of    a
The mpsi   serious    jitabbinj
���    '������ .    ...    -ii    ���
tim     ��� ��� ��� ������ ������     ������    the r��suii
di in       11 ������-.   --    I-.   v,.,,  o| tfte co
������������-��� >politai   hoi 0    ft ���'.-���    "���"'
nigh    ��� ���     nig 11
Aw   a resnli    1    th     ftfeh   Harr
'' ���"'������   ��� ���"���.,..,.���.���.    . .,   .,,   .   ,,,s m1.
dre    a   tht   H lyi   Cil    Hotel  Ib now
lylni   -    thi   >' ' -   .   1 . ,,,,..,   jjogpi.
t��i su'fl .rib.   f "i'-i    -������'
""���    N'     thi   seal]           '!>    other
6\     the    oho ���-     ��� un      '   ,.    e id
mil     '...i.e.,-.,     I     .,     ,.       -. 1
station  with  1   nasi    ���  mm   h   th
ii....���),   pa    0   th   n-i-i-
.lusi   how   th.   ��� ,.   Btarl���������.   1    not
known   eacl   mai    :1 t|   tha    th
other  ' ���������   thi  aggfei    bl
���Ha     ini   Oli   happ     b   pa slm
th<   hbte   whei   thi   ������"������.
""   he ' Ini   thi   ���"-i ������ --..  lnl
tin   ba    rc    li   tltbi   '    ������'    Qearj
���   '   '"" ���' '���        thi       '������.������''���   > "I       ,-'e^|l.
 Int   ' on   I1I1   t&6e.     Thi    ���"'
ce 10I   '-i"   I     -".    ' li
 ed hlm whi  hi bbei   hin  am
hi   polntei   out  field whe w '
Ini  ogaina   tin  bai      Both i	
take!  ti   tin  pplibi  ->..,i,.���   . I-.. .   "
'""������'   wai   cailed   ani    the!    ^btihdi
��� ���" ���   ���' ���   ���������"���
Nelfhe   0  thi  men ebuli_ fell clear-
:     y      '"";   happened       Qeti   '���
 ,,  tliosi wht hi ���    "j     '"    '"'"""��� k feeid In
1      tha   Reii     had then
wiWtf^t Enthusiasm and
^"-nimity Marked Convention Yesterday.
FEWER   PATIENTS.
."lir, ���>,., ���,,,.. Ml,,', Ml .,,,,
ComTiittals   in   October.
He  Got   ���- B
Snohomish, \ox    1    WM. ft-
..    . , , ���.-... .   c   let
,  while pla>infc Hallow
,      ..       "     . ee.1     ll"
.. ,-���     . .-.'nn     StTio       '    ���   ���
wagon  Russell was  beu>lfcg '���'  i
...... .,.���.;.'., ���     IOUS
"'""'""   '"'"'   ������ ��� ' '   with What I"'
had beei  cu   I I  say   Reii
stated   '"    hi  hai I \Xe_ outside
rl..      ,I,M,       ���.,.,      I,.., I,.,,      I       .....     ,,por,
1.    .'.,���.       win   hai   ���"��� tbi led   '''m in
Thai    In  leg     v''  weap   We ������  fotinl  1 1
������  h    d   01   fhi   seem   "     11
ilgl       Ill    '"���"'������    " '���    ��� '   ���    '���'":   tt
''-    In   Rra        to   ""���"���   """  hi .,,     1., ,    1, ,  ....,.,   (hflicted
'I"   ������'"'.e.   fo   ei..   provincia   Hospl t.���i, ���,   tnjurlei   I     thi     Impr loi
���������    ������    In   Insam   to   Oc obe   sho-? ���   >.. ���;.,,   1. ,    1,	
'   Beeitlei   ��� c ('"   li    1..    il  ......     -..���-������. | .',.- ���,,     - -i.-'-
'  f   ���""'-       ' ���" ���     '' ���'���������     '""i ��� ��������� '   hi  had l e steel ��� ���
commencemei    0      1 01  I     heri
,..., -.   ,,     i,.   .,,.     ,   ..,,   5Bi   [ntm  ���"���
-    '.   ���    thi   ������'"���������   tl be    hi <
beer    ������- "���������"   "   '������ IB   ���   e.i'..'..,-...   ..    ���,,, .,.,���>
��� v..1   "-five.
... ,   ���,..    .,    '. .    ���   ���.    ��� .    '.'   ���
Tf)    )'....e  - ' " ' ''
males   . femi ei     'eti   ��� ��� ���
 >,.. einn.   1    teaili       -.  ���   ���
.-, ,   probation   &A  may-    ���   '��� ������	
.      .,       ���.    ,..,1      Of;      f.rohHllAl '        ffli
ferre. lee;    flin.-i'.   ���.���'.        ���    ��� S ������    '    0
...      -,    ���,..'. ,-.-..- ....        ,.      '  ���
non i mai.-   ii-'vi  -��� maiet
-��� ������������.   ��� ms ":    r l ���"' '"���'���
87.  mi ���"-. IBB femalet   ot
 mOftth, iv mi ���
��� le   ' '������ ���" ���
 r tl    ' RS       '   ���
b     " ���
'"    effOl4!   -,'"    !>���    ������""'���    U    'itirnvel
the m. ������ ������ ���   "    ' ' ���   cou ���'  this
GRAY!I nNK RIVIR
ins unn um
VANCOUVER  LIBERAL TICKET.
F. C. Wade, K. C.
George Mncocnatd,
Aid. J. Campbell,
J.  H. Senkler,
J. Stables.
thi   '-lr.-esi and mo3l cn-
Hntsia "      ��� .-   '��� -i    ;.,  ���
��� ilftica   ' ���'     ii   the coast, th   ''';'
������"   tickei hii Vancouver was chosen
in the fi'Hrie.   hal   ''o;  n).^,,.
It -4 ���     ���     th    atndtdates for
thi     ��� lh '-���     e^artj    wns   absolutely
 i      The    live nW    whose
     lUbmltted tb the ftbhyen-
"     II    - -j;- -,-teii that.
>n -   the   hai been nomlhatet ������   in
"' ''"''   -   bringlni  fin-ward any other
'""" '���   "-:     -eHpcm the unani-
mli    ���   th   "������������ "-m-ei Liberals lb in
.. .,,,   .a.,-,.. ,,,���,,   t(| thi   conserva-
���   thi     ���'���        \: {hi  C	
tive coi    mtl ������    h-hi tiomtnees '" 'e
tied    fo     "'       ������     thi tlelfCt.   atlil
'      Id bl '������"���!   o -ll.,,
 "     thl     ������ei......   - .     ���>.     unsilC-
   "     'ir".'
' n..    spi     l)       D       IB '   -...-I.,,    ������--
madi '���   :   ���     ie '���   c., Who made
a  tuaster'y  arraignment  of the  rall-
Wltt   poll ���      ���    rin   i-iu-errtmetr        Tie
laid partlculai sfresi tipbi ti fl I
hi for many hundreds bf mile t)
line proposed parallels the C. P. It.,
rurinihg through n cniinTt-\ quite unfit foi ������e;-h"e>ictil ; he fiirrhermnre
poltiteri em the enormous sum which
the proyfhde i1- reutilred to frnarantee
o   , -   \   |A,   ^..j.f,,,,,, fay adequate
 Ity,
:     s'���'"' ���   nneii)iled  tlie ehair.
SHOW   INCREASED    POPULATION.
,...
Enterprising Vancouver Man Locates
on Bar Near Sumas���Will Sell
Product in Vancouv i ���
���' "'��� ��� the bar      Pi'ftsi
Many   Names   Have   Been   Added
Voters' List.
The prr vinelal couri of revision wns
held yesterdaj morning ai the offlde
of the govenittiere- hgeni in the cotn-t.
house. Ai'rei all the ehnnpes had been
mi de the dOgiM iQ'jourhed ubtii rhls
morninti ro nllo-A 01 any late arrivals;
 ������   given an ojipbrtttnttA  tb show
why tl ������ "��� ' -iir! not bo struck oft' the
list.
li-em the niy list  183 names were
��� ed.   from   Delta  15,   nnd    from
Oi wdne\ ;>. \ few names were por-
"  "-'   ��� -"ain  on  the  list   whtcn
Wbttld hkVe fu'en srniclt off had The
persons noi -shewn cause why they
should  he allowed to vote.
The list of Voters this year has not
��������� bi ���" ���"���"(,.. -ep. hut Oom '.-nment
o ���������   p    \.  rteiehei   estimates  that
        '       be about 5.CO0 in all
��� ���   eiegie  Returns to United  St.-'-'
\...    y.   '.    n.       ���     "  tl
,    nin..-  heathi    ��� ������ ���       -   ���'
-  v nttonhole   v  ��� ��� "   Oar
Died  Oi   Hea.t   W*t4tt ,  ,,    ^       ,    ..
The death occurred at    the Roya ,.   , ....  topic.
��� ��� i'ed with l.ttfU last election,
i I ���   -'ompai-isons b>     district?    are:
��� nmated 2600,   lasi  election,
li.i'a, 1600, last  election 1100;
Dewdney, 1500, last election U00,
Columbia]  hospital yesterdaj ewwng   ,.  , .,  iv...
,-it  R   .i   Kees,   of    Abbotsford.    De-
eeased wa* committed to ihe hos|
on  Thursday   ol  ihe t>asi  wei k     '���
,, M suffering from heart trouble
besi    to be
. i. a\  t. i,ii ^nv.
44.   e ��� ������   ���     ������   wai
���   .loiny
A  German  Oxford.
RETURNS BEMNSTRATE
PROSPIRITV W
...        ....        ,
I
Th.    ; ������������  ��� 'her
01   ho radi'.-|iiaie re snp-
I'     ' tl  - ��� '     ��� '     '
 ���   ���   fi    the cities ot  Vani   n
ver   nnd   V. \\   Westminster,   and   th'i o.rlin.  Cermanj.    NTov.  1.���Leaders
district,  whei'i   ii  is  much  used fbl in G'erman    educational    circles are
l     '      Browln?   concrete 'Wt>rt.       Poi  somi   ""i   _VtX- ^uvrivised   at   the  revelation   that   the
.pinion thai   '                       .    .    ���.. ���    .-���..���, bntaihed Kaiser   has   practically     committed
from th<    Ti"  i ���!������     but  eveb this hitnsell in support ol the project pro-
"ffieient      and    other viding  for the removal    of    Berlln'fl
Sources are being song i famous university   from   its present
\,i ,,ie. [-prising i ancouVei man haa historic site in the centre of the city.
located a bai  Ol  fin      gravel |b lhe plan    oiieinated    with the late
iii,   i,,,,,   nt-ar Btjtoas and  has, ii is Piledrlch   Althoff. minister oi educa-
imili-i.-'eo!     applii'd t.i   the i"'''" tion, who enthusiastically    advocated
'"���ni   tor  the  rluht   le  thi    nil        In jthe  idea   Of   converting   the   foremost
thi  iaeatttime he has purchased tbe | educational institution of the empire
laiiiv scow  i...ii'i.   bulli  ai the slips into a  "Gorman  Oxford." and  taking
In the ward ol the Royal Cltj  Nil-Is
BPERA HOUSE M\V
in iimi.iinii i.iiisi
Convicted   Men  Go  to  Pen.
Ml   Vei non, Nov     i    Penltentlnrj
.lal.
Wil
siiinei prls-
md  w llllain
the city    taking  the
| '     "ii i actors    for  th8
1    K ttre responsible,
Miscellaneous.
Archibald Moi,
wrote with
Ilie
^ Co., Vancouver,
of
ence to the man
��kefl lor f^uu,d b3  A   s' mi aml
ltlea   I,,   n-or,    _    n),ip
racllitieg
IConilniiod
prepare
Page Four).
1 Airship  Arrives Safclv
Bracolano, Italy, N">   I    yu-' ,n,"
glble balloon one Bis, the propeller
of which Btruoh and Wiled Lleui   ���������
Engineers Pietro Rovettl as a
whh being made in Rome
I arrived here early    todaj
otherwise Btiooeeiful  trip
I ami return.
aiiillni'.
yeiileiihiy.
' aftei   an
to   Nnpli's
Portland Boy Exercises
Mysterious Pyschic Power
���"SfSwkw ��� L~~u ls Bai��,hat ft
force w ,i ,n ot    th��    unknown
,he M��� 1.1 ,!'"'nntl th? contents of
'opiy-turvv !i, 8,,'<>et l0(1K��ng house
urdav in ,; , ' ,,,,r��day occurred Sat-
���        ' 'oaglng liouae to which the
>������������
I!
''"titlon  Ni,,.   i     mt        ,
ffil mi, !������Three hun-
,,' �� mors were Imprisoned
"""'"""ii  by  water nish-
���������
8��S,Lh��T��rwi coalpit at
Three    i'Til' 01��"norgai��bire
eren    b��dle�� have been reeov-
u,|e hundred   and fifty
.   ffere   rescued   alive.
"'"���������a i.'.',r,har��Btin h'-1" i,riH-
1 the water l9 risiriK.
rnitioii)
The
���������
������������������������
���
���
���
:
���
���
��� ������������
n-vi'iir-oiii boy mmtloned In ""'','
tlon  with  the former case  had ��    '
moved.      After  the  Oral  '��" ""*.'','���
when a dinitiK table,   chain, ��aw
ware and kitchen ttteniils OiovetU��
thinga alive and   defied   "ii ��"";';
laws  of  nature,   the   mothei   0
child  Ih Mid  to have  been   ".'"',
by the owner of the Marlhall ������'
premises that if the boy *'���"��� '""l"'ri
slble she must take him ftWM
Saturday mornlriK the '"f',f""r ''"'
her child to the lodging houM ana m
the afternoon another exI.IMl"" ��J*
lar to the first is dwlared to >�����
occurred.
(.;, ,,..,���   Harps
Monthly 8t��tl��tltl Prove Laiae Tine
,un  et neai i stale   Customs
Shew   Great   AHvani p
i hoi Su|ii-'-o Ai-cordeH i- Ltw Pliy   bj MoKeeh ami Wilson, and ' "" '
���i  dn ''i"' to hanille the eravel.
i������i��m ni".'""o" ii'- w-"- ,1,.   .,,.,,,,1 ���.|n be towed to Van-
......   .n.i iii. i.  v,ii,i tn the cotttrac-
-eU-"'""'
The Increasing a< tlvlt. in real i '-'
,.,,,, ,,���,i nn- ������ eadj advatici lh Hu
value ni propertj in the New wi sl
mlnstei distrii I Is monthlj n "" '��� ���'
m the returns trom the land " ^,B">
office     Phis yeai  has seen all prei
loui records shatten d   and ll  io
evei i   prospei I   lhal   nexl   p ai    *HI
Wl II  even   Ihese   lieu   llliin.   -  ' ' Up
ned.     I'm   the   nnuilli   of  Ol lobei   ''"
receipt! were 18668 09, almosl doubl"
those <tf Ootobei L008, which y"
12370 03,  tu   mi  lini enue iif  $ilTB (fl
This is iimiiiiiy the ilaoh eeaa I
the vear in the regletry office, bul H'p
work   llilw   vein   Ims   emilliiiieil   to   '"'
almoil us greal  ns ll  wns   in    the
Iprlng when the work Is iii'tsl lul����
Bo iiiueh so timi the figures ror III"
punt month me hut Uttle lesi than
thoie nf the record month nt the ,,f
dee. |8908,69 in March NWi iprlng
Ih expected to be a busy one for the
staff   of   the   registry   Office,   however
they   will   he   In   Hip   new   ofTlces     hv
thai time.
The customs returns foi the i"'"
of New Westminstei were |88.880.6]
for the month of October, In com-
parlson with |18,029.82 In the cones
pofiding month of litOR. an Increase
of $10,201, showing the rapid development of the central, and outports on
the   International   boundary.
during the month at the registrar's
offices, 10 births, 2t deaths and 43
marriages are reported.
Of the 107 cases In the city police
court last month 43 were due to
drunkenness   and   22   infractions   of
.the Indian act, Included In nearly all
The  child I  name  Is fcrne.i of  ^^   ^  ^ ,.
He Is a son Of Mrs AnnU n f^ { ^ ^^ ^{ ^ ,arcGny or other
grandson of J. C Banders "k , n jjff ��� wpre of an mdlctable char-
llles    having    lived  In    saxon. [...���.
county, Wis., when the t,oy was horn, kacter.
"Look nl  that      (Sid   M ittftgi ���  '   ""
loi a ' ��� quit lng material,
lt ""���'!  from the heart of the Dig me-
tropdlls.
lt now dev'elojps that the Kalser has
taken up Althoff's project, and caused
plans 'to  he prepared  and  submitted
to the educational authorities nnd 4
hnmbbi of his closest personal advls-
i. .......   ��� I..    \ov    i  -John Chan   ers     the new site which he is said
u..    .,   i.,,,i,,,    living    ������  '���"   mil      ���    favor ls 6 place called Uahlem, in
a Next Westmlnstei Opera Hou uilim I hen   ,'-" '���  ' all faith  the environ* ot the capital.    A lively
,,      k,   ,      ,,.,    ,,,���i������   .,., he  l�� " ,""" "" " '''""' "i  '   during  opposition is developing on the pnrt
'"��� ""���    vnu      , ,���    "i-'.io" handler 1 """   n    Berllners, who Potest tbat
waved his hand dls  ,   ,,i,.,,  ���i���,i  , i-M  ftnd  the abandonment of the present site
.-..���I '...   iq  '" ��� barn      While 0f the university near the royal caatle
,,  ||-ii....   mi>i-. ii   ti|i'in  hi"   "'" land   iei'"t,ih'il  for  more  than  a COB-
dom ""   "'"���' i1"1"'1 "i- ""��� ham and'tm v.    Id   '     an   outrnge   to tradl-
carried II ���"""      rhe bath had hb Hon.     The   building has   heen the
floor, thus tl .ruchire #a�� lifted "r Bcfette of mahs   historic   events con-
,������, |ijfl head leftvlna him iiriinjui,ea   libcted with tne rise of the empire.
halt-empty fiooi ol th ��� ,,""u	
ii.m   i gheuld like '" ''U""   ''" ""v
. ItpbCl Hie lit |'f" hi" lli'itt " 'ih thsi
, IctBI iiiiiii.il.ui- Ii ii'.t "li.'i'it Wlll
noi nun oui when I dtl 1*1 "letti
siilliethlne eoMil'
Win  on em Hi people will nol tilth
,,���i I,, the shows here is he.mni w>
eolliptehenslon." eolillli'leil the lllltn-
ager. "The itniillly tippetiis to lune
notliltig to do with 11.      H'or some ol
the attractions I don'l exped _ bli
lunisp. hut its just the same, if lhe
attraction is of the best, Ihej either
stay home or else go to see It Iti
Vancouver."
New Westminster has the name of
being a had theatre town, and the
besl class of shows don't want to
come here. Up to the present I
have managed to book some good attractions for the present season; I've
had to fight for It; Cort, the head of
the Northwest circuit, has only consented to book them here on protest,
but I have Insisted not because 1
look to make any mote money from
the house, but because I think that
(Continued on Page Beven).
Cholera and Plague in Amoy.
Amoy, China, Nov. 1.���It Is officially reported that there were 5-
deaths from cholera and 70 deaths
from bubonic plague In this city during the fortnight ending Saturday.
Burglars Fight Police
on Streets of Seattle
Seitttlp.   Nov.
vault     of     the
1      \fter  looting the   Hams Patrolman .1. P. Smith arrested
Flint     Pfpshyterlan   Hert   Newmaroh,  a   painter,  who  an-
,     .   ,,, ,,     .,,,   *   swers  the  description of one of the
church of |bOd, eotnpr slhg the three  ^ hxnf(lnn wh'0 eBcnp(>(, fr()in ,���,,
money  collections made for  Hev   M.   nfflcPra.      H)s    shn(>(,    wpre atiM In-
A.  Mntthe',,?' congregation yesterday,   crusted  with  the same  kind of mud
three burglars were leaving the scene  as tile shoes of Williams.
of  their operations  shortly  before  3 |    ,\ search by officers of the ground
o'clock this morning when they were  over which    the    burglars ran after
surprised by Police Sergeant William   Sergeant   Westedt     surprised   them
Westedt.     In a running pistol duel., fnltod   to  bring    ot    light the  three
William Williams, the leader of the  raoney hags which formed their loot
gang, was   captured,   but only after j    sergt. Westedt first scented trouble
Patrolman W. Ballard had gone to his , Wht>n he espied the three men at the
superior officer's assistance in a taxi-1 Spring street entrance of    the alley
cab. between Seventh and Eighth avenues.
At the city jail, when Captain of, when Westedt approached tbem, the
Detectives Charles Tenuant ap-. men started on a dead run down the
proached him for an interview sever- alley in the direction or Seneca
al hours after his Incarceration, Wil- i street. The officer Immediately gave
Hams, shamming Insanity, dashed his i eliase, gaining slightly. When the
head against the steel bars of his I trio reached University street th��
cell and is at present In the city hos-'- shooting began, Williams, with aa
pital with a fractured skull. j automatic pistol drlng point blank at
An hour after the capture of Wil-, the pursuing officer.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,  NOVEMte.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR   SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS. FRATERNAL ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to s��ll a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to MII, why they should    purchas    fr
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of ut have got ths habit of thinking that because we have been a  long time  in  business  everyone mus�� 4* n
wares.      Use  the  advertising   columns of The  Daiy News and keep abreast of the time*.
/cu. a-��
CMsity   know   all   about l5   ir
a  nm*.
WANTED.
FOR   SALE.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT
GROCERY.
PIANO TUNING.
WANTED���A GENERAL SERVANT FOR SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO
three in family. Apply Mrs. H. M. in fin* condition, well kno^n make,
Straight,  505  Third avenue. bargain;   easy    terms.      Apply   H,
Daily News Offlce.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, RETORT JEW-
ell heater, zotA as new; suitable
for large room or hall. For wood
or coal.     Box 1��, Daily News.
WANTED���SITUATION ON FARM
first-class milker. Apply W. K-.
this office.
WANTED���JOB ON A MILK RANCH
t ���- experienced milker. Apply J.
Currie, Victoria Boarding House,
Sapperton.
WANTED���SOUTH AFRICAN WAR-
run's: highest cash price paid. The
i. ������ Securities Company, Lini-
Ited 821 Homer street. Vancouver.
B. c. *6fr6
REAL ESTATE.
1 HAVE BUYERS FOR PROPERTY
in any part of Westminster or Burnaby.'    also    on    Chiiliwack   line.
Owners  only.  Give  full  particulars.
P. 0. Box 942, New Westminster.
WHITE,  SHILES  I   CO.
WANTED���GOOD    LOT    IN    WEST-
minster; ��b Pay |75 to $100 cash, Rea_  &me and  Insurance Agents-
balance  J7o  quarterly.    Give  part- suonrban  property,
cular to H, Drawer 855, Vancouver.
City,
260 Columbia street.
WANTED���SMART       YOUTH     POR
office with knowledge of shorthand. HALE BROS, tc CO.. LTD.. REAL ES-
Apply  this office. tate and insurance.  P*on��  335.  1S6
'       Columbia street. P. O. sraw��r 100.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���A FURNISHED BED-
:i,on. for single gentleman. Home
comforts.      Apply    810   Royal  ave-
nue. -���"���-
TO RENT���LARGE DOUBLE BED-
room, suitable for two gentlemen;
reasonable terms. 82*-  Royal  ave.
2 4 6-12
LOST.
LOST���ON   COLUMBIA   STREET    A
lady's   fur.       Finder   please   return
to this office.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
J
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brows, sianeagw, P. O. Box
556,   pliose  3S4.
PACIFIC REeALTY CO. (McADAM ft
Irwin), pkose 49?. P. O. Box 174.
Rea! estate �����' ini'.ras*s. M-������T
to   loan,   744   OtaBbia  .street.
MARSHALL       3rNCLAIR,       INSUR-
ance, r?al ewtste.e'c. ii located for
the present a: the "flies Of the Settlers' Association. Begbie strict, op- j
posite  Wisdssr Hotel
ARCHIT.ECT8.
���.   D.   GOODFELLOW,   ARCHITECT.
Hall-Lavery  Blsck.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-  EDWIN G. W. SAIT. ARCHITB<;T���
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel. 100     Guichon BIscJl    Tele��ks��a 33S.
R, T. PRINCE. AUDITOR AND AC-
co'intant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Sate
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P. O.  Box  795.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Wi stminster Trust  Block.
1 =
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. UTer T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work  guaranted.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. A STANDISH. AN EXPER-
lenced  and  flrst-class    dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
ln Room 14, Smith block. 625 Co-
lumbia street.    A trial requested.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for ani deliyerei.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CU..
dealers ln electrical saachlnery.
fixture! tsd supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
>h*se 3S1. P. O. Box 188.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie *t-,
opp. Wind-or  Hotel.
FURNITURE-
W.    E.    FALES.    THE    FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholst-vrer and Undertaker,
corner Aepn'-s an-l MeKenzU s'-reets. j
Phone 176. night call 81. J
FOR   THE   BE3T    VALUE    IN   GRO- j PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
ceries. phone 086.     The Pure Food '     repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Supply Grocery, P. O   Box 811. Md[nia:  Muus-  Bac"    ��*y.      A-  "ae
'  H> ��� ;  ���    will bring him.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE bl-y and .��:-::.;~T~'''d
and  ail   k'ud.  ������ -...,'.'     M
band goods.     a b;~r
LAND   SURVEYOR.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
office.
:"'-- .:--
W.   N.   DRAPER.   B    C.   LAND   SUR-
���treyor.      El.ard Mcx:k,  New    West-:o'e ��� o-:..  j  -
minster, B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP    250    FOR    HACKS AND
smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Stables.
PICTURE FUST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store. J. G. Gamon's "el-
gar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug stor?
and "The Fair.''  Columbia street.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front stre-:. New West-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery.
Mil) plants and specifications prepared.
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MONEY TO   LOAN
MONEY TO IX) AN���I AM PRE-
pared to adrance money to any
amount on city property or Ior
bul!d��i_r purpo?e=. Apply Dr. A. D.
Buchanan, P. O-  New Westnr.no'-r.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufsct'trer and Importer
of nio'.mmental tombstones, bu'ldmg
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
(WHITESIDE  & EDMONDS,  BARRIS-
ters and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. N-w
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmcmds.
STENOGRAPHY    &   TYPEWRIT,.
FREEMAN     BUNT1
Guichon block.     P       -. ,
CUSTOM       SV.' ipuv
Typewrltlng;   ��� -. ��-t       3
letters,    etc.      ��� -  .. -   .        .    1
lumbia street.     P.-- a�� K
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSEitiES.
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
WADE. WHEALLER <fc McQUARRIE
IF. C. Wade, K. C.. A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
r Phone 143. Vancouver offices.
Room? 20 and 21, Williams building. 413 Granville str*t. corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum''.ia and McKenzie Bts., New
Westminster.  B.  C.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR OTTER?
kind of job pristlnf Midget loose
leaf ledgers; C��wd�� Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 143- Uld
Dally  News  Blsck.  Sixth street.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEA1 "-.  ,
bia    street.        Fir       a..
picture*;   Ulnstrati     , ,..
ous attnvctiocs      Progrsmchanal
Monday, Wedr.-s        .i, irn'Y'
THE EDISON THI 'TV-
Columbia  and   .L..
moving pictures
Program cbar.i^<i v
day and Friday.
PAPER HANGING 4 DECORATING.
I. HUDSON. WALL PAPER. ROOM
MouMings. Burlaps, and Sanlta--;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixtn
street.  New  Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets. 21 meals for 14. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposits tram offlce. "
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TAILORS
V
i A
GALVIN.
LADIES
U :��� s
loring.
A r.ew   line
81  '..
t_
lng jus-
Is.     Bati
����
pns
ing and
repa:--.��g
������r.
-   ���
block.
Kstrai,"^  ���'.'
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and 264 Clarkssn st
<Pkeoe
WOODWORK NG
WESTMINSTER wooiv. jrkixs
Co., bark, office sad sssr- ttuina
cabinet,  suir.    shi iresses, mantel
ROYAL CAFE (Ml*. Archer, proprle-
tre-s). Four c��ur��es, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entrap or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
and detail  wor'*
mate?   fursltke^.
prletor.       Work-:
and car line.     P.
473.
DeeStgii ii l -=i|
J. Broke;
net
0  :-��i 54, wonf
HIGHWAYMEN BUSY
CALGARY WOMEN PROTEST   S. S. TRANSFER
ON CMiBOO ROAD
DISFRANCHISEMENT
Stage   is   Held   Up   By   Bandits,   Who    New Bill  Deprives Married Women of
Take   All   Registered   Mail���May Right to Vote Which They For-
Be   W.   Haney. merly   Held.
/
ft, Nov. 1.���Two masked and
.���.-������-.    en ;iiis morn-
.   - Cariboo stage at 15-
Mile Hi . ���  ou the Cariboo road.
Wil .... lied at the    driver,
tl.e  two ��������� tymen    stopped
stage  near  the  roadhouse,  and   I
.-��� ������  al sacks oi registered mail. Just
how much the.se sacks contained  no
one, of coarse, knows, but it   is ru-
d that the sum was lart_e.    The
��� .   sraymen are believed to have gol
��� ai   away.
:angements were urid<-r way this
morning  for  an  effective  pursuit   by
���d  men  from  Ashcroft.  The ban-
dlta  are  known   to  be mounted,  and
have probably travelled some distance
today from the scent- of the hold-up.
I'   is  regarded    by  the  police    as
barely possible  that   W.  Haney,    the
man   who,  with   his  brother  and  another one or two  men, attempted  to
rob  a  Canadian   Pacific    train    near
Notch  Hill  several  months ago,  may
have been one of the men who com-
mltted today's robbery     Haney dropped from sight ;.. short time after the
b' ginning of the    unsuccessful  rnan-
inl in srhlch Qaaey's brother and s
constable   at   Ashcroft   were     killed.
So well watched were the avenues of
escape that many believe that Haney
r'-riiained   in   hiding   in   the   district,
and  that he  made no attempt, to return to his family  near I,i>s Angeles.
Calgary,    Nov. 1.���Calgary    women
are at tanging to hold a mass meeting
next week, probably on Monday, to
make a protest against the omission
in the draft City bill to be submitted
to the legislature at the next session
which deprives married women ol the
rights of the franchise they now possess in Calgary. They have invited
Mrs. Dr. Edwards, of Macleod, a mem.
bt-r of the National Council of Women and an able exponent of the
rights of her sex, to address the
meeting. All women, whether they
vote or not or whether they believe
*ln woman suffrage a' municipal elections or not, will be Invited to attend.
Calgary women, those married as
well as the widows and those single,
have been regular voters in the municipal elections for a number of years,
and they resent the change. Ever
since it became generally known that
the draft bill has this alteration they
have been discussing the matter.
Performed Caesarian Operatio
Philadelphia.   Nov.   1.���After
May   Schneider   had   committed
eide   by   drinking   carbolic   acid,
baby was born in the hospital, w
the  woman   had   been    taken.
Schneider, who was 18 years old,
shortly   after   her  admission     to
hospital.    After  a  hasty   prepari
the   physician   performed   the   Ci
rian operation and succeeded in
ing the baby's life.    It is healthy
n.
Mrs.
sul-
her
here
Mrs.
died
the
ition
icsa-
sav-
Young Wife Murdered.
Boston, Nov. 1.���Jealous of his wife
and his mind aflame because she had
left him and gone to the home of a
friend in the Back Day district, Ir-
vin Fletcher sought her out late today
and shot fit and killed her. He then
killed himself. A two-year-old daughter of the couple was tlie only witness
of the tragedy. Mrs. Fletcher was
only IS years old. Tlie tragedy occurred in tlie house where she was
slaying.
AT THE HOTELS.
Hotel   Russell.
J. J.  Moore, Tacoma.
W. J.  Murdock, Tacoma.
N.   E.   McAlllckl,   Tacoma.
W. Elliott, Vancouver.
II.   Wi  Vermilyon,  Vancouver.
Shephard  King Co.
P. G. Groves, Vancouver.
Iola Going, Vancouver.
Frederlca Greig, Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Nash, Montreal
J. Guichon, Port Guichon.
W.  J. James, Seattle.
Clyde C. Mounce. Vancouver.
W.  R. Argus, Vancouver.
.1. Taylor, Vancouver.
D. Lorlmer, Toronto.
E. Short, Vancouver.
E. McLean, Vancouver.
N. Bellinger, San Francisco.
Scott, Montreal.
R. Black, Edmonton.
Newbold,   Vancouver.
The steamer Transrer will leate
Brackman-Ke,- wharf every week day
afternoo�� at 2 p.m. for Ladner Westham Island and way ports, returning
to New Westminster o.i following
day. Saturday, returning same evening.
Additional trip Monday morning
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston a3
business  warrants.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
MAKE YOUR APPcAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
FRONT  STREET
Is the place to buy or sell new and
j second-hand goods of any kintf. We
, have nearly
; 100 OOZEN JELLY JARS ;
; which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large cart
| 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 flrst.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HANDj STORE.
-oli inbia St.     "Man on the Wheel."
P.
HO.
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Lowney's Chocolates  j
Fresh this week.
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
������ ��������������� ��*������������ ******** ********
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
A.
B.
A.
A.
W
J.
J.
E.
Valley.
Windsor Hotel.
J. Andrew Bodely, Glen
J. II. Ellison, St. Louis.
H. C. Todd, Toronto.
Shepherd  King Co.
Frank Campbell, Ireland.
II.   Beaumont,  Sunbury.
L). A, Johnson. Elgin.
Louis Press, Seattle.
II. A. McDonald   Langley Prairie.
40 New Edison Records
For November
Now on Sale.
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
 *********
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia   Street.
HEREARE A FEW DANDIES
Anti-Japanese Boycott in Amoy.
Amoy, China, Nov.  1.���Peking Chinese are meeting  to  bring about  an
anti-Japanese boycott in Amoy. |
Opera  House Bookings
Nov. 1 and 2.���The Shepherd
Nov.  4.���Parisian  Model.
Nov.   19.���Human  Hearis.
King.
No. 2R"j���Stars and Btripea Forever   i.,.-...i,. ,,
No.  286-Just   Plain   Polks (march)   ........   Bousa's  Band
No. 290���Gypsy Airs "'     da Jon,'s ;"1(l dwrus
294���Piui��Im   Mr,.,,   ti    ' '    Albert   Spalding
,J   .."""      Mn'"'   Thoughts Dear     Manuel uoniain
',." '    Edgar  L.  Davenport
Hlltle. Mother . Will Oakland and Chorus
No
No
No
296-i-Lasca
2!<7���Just  Before
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you bow lt ls Cbtmftt 10 IW ��ur
hlpb-clss* bulUUH mater'""
than It li to purchass the V��
er kind. We can P��:nt ^_
buildings built with our ����
rials that never n^ed rePj ���
We can point to ��w oim
that need repairs all <ne
materials.       B��w
cheapness lie-*?
J. H. TODD'S Big Music House
lr-        \     M _W      elieapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEW5 -    r t,l _ I -    b
��� &w
THE DAIl/    NEWS.
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on Tuesday, October 26th, and 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.
WE HAVEnTHE OIL
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.
1/5
B. C. REPRESENTATIVES:
AULD, GWIN & McCLARTY
614 Hastings Street W. Phone 4327
SEATTLE OFFICE:
330-331 PIONEER BUILDING
Phone Main 5865.
STATE RAILROADS
TWO DAYS
MONDAY
Nov.1 -2
Special Notice
Seat Sale Now on at
Ryall's Drug Store.
Secure early, as there is a
tremendous demand.
fta sue, 75c, IM, $1.50
THU 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 Ben Hur"
-N. Y. Sun.
WM. A. B
Announces tlir Fint Western Tow
ot tho Young Romantic Actor���
snow BI6 loss
WRIGHT
1 b Weeks Knukcr
bockcr Theater, Now
York.
12 Week* Treroont
���nd Majestic Theaters
til
llotton.
10 Weeks
McVfckcr's
Theater, Ch'go
8 Week*
Academy of
Mutic.Baltlm're
L0RIMER
"iNOYHEIBFJH
IN THE POWERFUL ROMANTIC DRAMA
THI SHEPHERD KING
2W""Tha Large*! Oramatlo Production fver Staged" "MS
OPINIONS OF THC EASTERN PRESS
"Tiio Shepherd King win lake lie place side lev tide with Ben Hur
and If 1 wi'ii' ask,..I t.i decide Which Of lhe two hai lhe hlKheel "talldiu ,1
in excellence, my judgment would lie decidedly in Cavoi of The Bhepnera
Kins "    New   York  a I oue ���
"Wright   I.mini, r,  a   iter  o(  whom   u..si..n   li  proud."    Boston   iVmel'lcan
"The Shepherd  IClng.  nl  Ilia Knlrkerhockei    rom.'     waa  h   moil   ln>
teresting event; and lift*  wrlehl   l.orimoi   lo n position nl  the hlKlteai  con
Hlili-iiitinii   in   the   world   ot   pViiyori      Now   Vork  Herald.
"Wi-itthi   Lorlmer,  who played  David, l�� h (killed acioi  uf ureal  arlli>
Htr-New York Sun.    tlo ability.1        New  Vork  SVorlu
1 Franco Exported to Have
Lost Heavily in Hor Recent Experiment,
Turin.   No\     1      The   Klfcarx   QUOteS
lioin   the  Kiouiii   bUdgel   of   run  llg-
niii' dealing with the State purchase
, of Batten) railways. Foi tu,. your
11909 the   expense exceeded nn-   re*
ivlpts   by   81,000,000   fiiinio    mid   for
1910 the excess ol expenditures over
receipts will i<o W.OOOtOOQ francs,
Tims iho delicti will be Increased lo
ono your i>y  ii',.iiiiii.ini(i francs    Fur
thoi nionvthr iHwunnoo   of    bonds for
38,000,000 francs foi   siuto   systems
tw being prepared withoul nny provision  for their redemption
Altogether, the Figaro reokoiis thai
lllio   tnvpnycrs   will   have  to   find   SB."
1000)000 fronds to   OOVdr    iho   deficit
wllliln ouo year  nnd ii  hulr from tho
(into  the purchase  was \oto,i,    and
thnt, too. before any amelioration e��.M
be     Introduced     Into     the     tlniin..|Mi
wm king of the system
I MOTHER GIVES  LIFE
TO  S/'VP   HER  nAOIFS
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD  REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
���} U>e railway bolt ln British Colum-
Ua' n��y no .luiiu'steaded by auy per-
""a Who Is tu,. eole head o�� a family
g any male over 18 yeara of age, to
��k extent of one-quarter section  ol
��� ���� acres, more or ies8_
tuiry must bo made personally at
|Ue local laud office for the district
"winch the land is situate. Kntry
ZWXS may, however, be made on
?naiti    condit lone "   "
--������ ."onditlons by the lather,
?otncr. ��on, daughter, brother or els-
<*roi an intending homesteader.
'tie homestead-or is required to per-
^��� ">�� conditions connected there-
1111 under one ot the following
Hans:
(1) At least six months' residence
��WJ and cultivation of the land on
����n year for three yeara.
-) if the father ( or mother, lf We
TPRiir 1s aeoawd), of the homesteader
w'QM npon a farm In the vicinity ot
����   i.mfl ettbarrt for, the requirements
Biirh'"  ",sl(lp,><'�� may  b* satisfied  by
^MHfrBon residing with the lather
vr mother.
13) If the settler haa his permanent
residence upon   JW^^'^SJ
l)y him iu the Thin ��  l"        ul,.nt.e
may   ov  BatMflM   ">
the said land. wrlUng should
Six mouths'notice     �� (){ Do.
be given S the <��   Jf     intention
minion lands at Ottawa
to apply ^ P*!*"1,-- rights may   he
C^l.^Coal mining Og        Mlty<ma
leased   for    a   period.* ���  per
yeara *t an annual 1*iui ^
acre.      Not   more   " "nlmllvidual or
isball be !���"*jPjTft. the ��<����
company.     A royalty conocted
five cents P�� ���� "JJ >
on the merchantalde coal u
v- ' '> ,h , interior.
Deputy ot the Minister orm^       0,
N.B-Unauthorlzert   puo�� ,a
'this advertisement win   not
1 for.
NOTICE RE LULU I8LAND BRIDGE.
,TWO INJURED WHEN
 I ENGINE JUMPS TRACKS
The condliton of the old hrtjBe �� [3J^d ������.,. ,���,. lyttm
not  considered    safe    for    ***** L,   ������,  ,j,���..iwnod   Inmpltnl   today     '
any kind over It. '-'-_�� after
City  Hall,  New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
P   |{   engine No. msr. Jumping
track one mile BOUth of Ehplt. OU U����
Plioonlx hruneli, al 7 b'olooh la��i ������*
""'n,,. engine, In charm of BMjnfor
McAstocker and Fireman Beattte wm
returning to Bholt after he pJpg ij
tmln over the grade.   The "��,,,1 *"
"ine jumped the tn.ek nnd wenl down
JPRING
LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
The Royal Bank of Canada
1 (lnooerportted 18<��
Capital P.��ld up ��� J-Jjjfio I aJL
R.��rv. Fund rs'SS'Soo'
Total Assets 55,00O,ew
Central Meat Market
pHON�� ��7a
.DWELL * ODDY. FrooN.��or*
I   in and out of town accounts a0"'
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Forelga aad DeaseaUc MfW^j
Travellers' Chinee beujht and ��oia.
Telegraphic tTanators eneotw.
I   New Wsstminster, B. C. Branch,
P. ���HOTI, HUnog"'
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Ue the south half of the "outhwest
���uart��r of Heel lon B0, Township 16,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of "''Htt^iSd
..-ate of tlUe Number I'^^J'sev
l��� the name of Robert ��*"��,��J*ry
mour, has been filed In this offlc*
Notice Is hereby given that 1L ehan,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publlcatlonit"**
of, In a dally newspaper pobUehed ��
the City of New Westminster Issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, un
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me incwr^tinKgBITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
.   Land  Registry    Office.  New  Westminster, B.C., October 11. 1009. 24.S-.W
11, Joo-fool einiiiinUinoiii. tho euglneei
ninl  fireman,  who  were  ufiabla    (|
jiimii in time with It     No hope    l��
hold oni fm iin- ultimately recovery
of either of the men.
An inw'liiir.niioii 10 determine the
oaie of the aooldeni is now beltm
made,
Chinese   Are   Unpopular.
Cobalt, Nov. 1.���since the fires inst
year, for  which  tho    Chinese  lestiiii-
rantrkeeperi have boon blamed, the
feolliiK  iiKitlnnl     Cliliiiiini'ii   lias  been
bad.      Ii'IkIiIh uioiiinl CIiIiioho restim-
niiiis have not been uncommon. Thia
afternoon Lou Hlng. a Chlminum, pro
ceeded to caive a miner's fine wllh
a knife, and later Woo Pong not Into
an altercation with Lelero, a French"
man, In which the Chinaman was
dumped Into a pile of rocks and his
face wai badly bruited. Lee Bing
was taken In tow by Chief Bourke.
also Leclerc, and more arrests will
follow.
Bellingham,   Nov    i    Mrs    Joile
Kinoinoi, 11 widow, ltet In 11 Ioca] Iiob-
piini with 11 broken back, bul hei two
balden are snfo. foi   the fflOthei   kiivo
in.1 ute lo resoue then from nn early
morning fire thai destroyed three
frame lodging houses The body of
Frank Qprmah bun boon taken from
ibe nmoiiiiii'. ruiiiB mid firemen are
Searching for the body of Hilly Dawson, his room male. Mrs. Kate "us
hIo wiih perhaps fatnlly Injured when
she jumped from n suoottd storey win
dow  lo the pnvoinont
Wants Low Tariff.
Paris, Nov. 1 In llm eonine nf the
tariff debate In the rhiimbor of deputies today M. Jaurei, lender of the 80-
olnllslB, demanded that the government at once begin pourparlers with
foreign governments with n view to
securing a general reduction In the
tiirlffs. Foreign Minister Plchon replied that such a project would he
Impossible until Prance had Completed the revision of her own rates.
Trooos Overawe Them.
Lexing~nP Ky., Nov. l--f ��g
news from Jackson indicates that jbe
troops sent there Sunday to proent
bloodshed at Tuesday's electlbn have
the situation well In hand tod ay. A
assembling ot armed feudists an"
mountaineers indicates, however, pos-
sible trouble tomorrow.
Killed by Propeller of Dirigible.
flraeclano, Italy, Nov. 1.- The pro-
pellor of a dirigible balloon struck
and killed Lieutenant of Engineers
Pietro Rovettl yesterday while 'he
balloon was making a landing. The
balloon arrived here early today, after an otherwise successful trip to
Naples and return.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY. NOVEMftr,
The Daily News
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6. A. Paeege Hanagtnfl Dirsetor
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.-       -. of the only two members
��� te cabinet who couid be regarded
st  sl  all trustworthy.    Perhaps the
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TUESDAY,   NOVEMBER   2,   1909.
Many Matters
We have lots o' them,
display.
See o-
Fish
Before Council
THE   RAILWAY   POLICY.
Oontton<ed trom P^e One.)
The finance committee *���'������
The News Advertiser prints an edl-   from it
t   Ac,   wi-h   report.
The chairman of   ti..-  market com
toria, in which It says
the fe.-bjo-.t in a practical manner ''
mittee waa given ito^'r to arranee
..---ions should he answered.   Is the pIJi!ey block for adjnstlng the- mark
line, as pro<po>��>ed to be constructed
<,:.'- ���   it  wil!  real!;,   benefit  the    ir.
<: . ��� .al and commercial  Interests  ol mentt  for a public weighing scale
the Province, or does the root*       - probai      >.'. the mark'- -   ���'-'<���
,.   u I impair its raloe as an arterj ol f   Hedley Aaid. of t      .---kv  '
8. ar.'. a committee consisting
AJderroen      Johnston,    Jardine    anc
Ada:. ��� Bamaed to make arrar.s-
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PL UN  GLASS  TUMBLERS,
75c   DOZEN
WOOD FOR BURNING NOW IN
STOCK AT
COD.
HALIBUT.
SALMON,
FRESH   HERRING.
SOLES.
FRESH   BOILED  CRABS.
Smoked Fish
Appetizers  for  Break'ast.
KIPPERED   HERRING,
BLOATERS   (Yarmouth   cured
FINNAN   HADDIES,
SMOKED  SALMON.
���The Pair
646 Columbia Street.
FRESH
EASTERN   SHELL
OYSTERS.
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Associa tic
ment  a;;
���   Provinc*       ' -:   . ��� CT the" city   had   assisted I ���
to tbe benefits tbat it will       ���    ���   ���'    wlnl - fair.     Information will be '���
r,.    . i   t, -���.   .    ���    -. ���      ���'   plied    tbat    no    grants    a^     ::.
,   ,  _.i,h int..--   tl High  I2OO0  was  roted  to  the pro-
theamonnto*|a.O rith ^     . ;^ ^ attractJona in -    .
est  thereon  at  the  ra-'.  0l   . ..-   ,��� Nr,-irf,   will   b-   Erivr.     ���: ������   <> '���'������'-
���    ���     thirty :������ ���������.-     '      -:-���-'   -'���       ��� ren horses     from
obligation for the Prorlnce to under- Queen's park, Aid. Fader l��eing
, impairment oi Its credit Bed tl it there is plenty of        j
,722       ,  .     .   ���      ,.__, datlon for horses in th<  U ���
and the .poBsiblll^ of its being  em- ,; ., ^ .....
barrassed  in  its  financial    arrange- T..  ,,  '-,..; ,;.    |, _ ���-  -. - .- %_   <\
menu   ^.nd its abilitv to carry    out --.   Opera House license tee, as ap-
othei   desirable public works    either ; [ed  for by the numager under cir-
....,,���, c:rr.s-anc-s explained by hin. to the
destroyed    or    seriously    eurtai ��� .  ..nciL
Lastly,  is  the  financial   standing   ol      7   eodore Bryant, secretary oi the
relief    committee,  wrote
of    a cheque
Cooking    Apples,
pies, Quinces.
Table    Ac-
the Canadian Northern Railway com- La lysmlth
and its business prospecU I ,   knowledging receipt
thi     ���   ���  five or ten years, such    as "^ j'   Whiteside,
would lead one to consider that  the wjth reference
Vegetables
Crooked Neck Squash, Boston Marrow Fat Squash, Hubbard Squash. Vegetable Marrows, Cauliflowers, and all kird
of fresh  vegetables.
Fraser River fish Co.
| Opp.      City     Mall.
4 PROMPT  DELIVERY.
x S, A. RICHMOND, Manager:
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Auditor and Accountant
MADE.  BOOKS  OF  AC-
OPENED ON APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT   FOR   THE   HALL  SAFE   CO.
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P.  O.  BOX  795.
drew's street to F   irth
chairman.  Aid.   Hei li
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said  i:
who    attended
to a   lease of water
completion of the pro greement |0ts 91 to 100 to 'he Torpedo Tug &   particularly suitable   'for    a   cemen'
with '���! might be regard^ as a safe freighting    Company,    informed  the   ,.alk] and"  ^    a,........... con^is-
-nH r.riifif-nt hnirinPfu r.rooositior"'' tD&J01 that   he    hh<i   hf"drd noMnu   sioner  will   be  requested  to  see  the
and prudent busines   proposition _,.   r>,,..,.,_,     .     .....  p,ana  of  the,  owners t0 knov,. if'lljfrv are willir._- ���
The whole mattei .- rery fairly put Royal   Gas   [mpr0vement   Company   do the work und(.r the local impro-,t..
in this series ot questions by our con- even  If the purchasers of  the  fran-  mf.nt plan.
tem.      ry.    As to the Oi I   we have chlsi   were going on with  their pro-      c   c. Dunn and rCTidents on Royal
;ire-iriv pointed out that this line will I'0-'-1 avenue,    from    Seventh    to    Eighth
already pointed out tba   u.    in Thf; cky englneer reported that the  ���; fm  r,,r:nissj���n  t0 bouievard
not  benefit  the industrial  *nd  com- ,ontract {0T tbe Glen brIdge was not  Grant(>d> gub'j(.ct  Uj plan being gub.
merciaJ Interests ol the province, for completed, and asked for instructions,   .^tted.
tbe  reason  that  its  suggested  route The finance committee will act. i ~ j. pieger, sidewalk on Eighth ave
does  "impair its  value  as  an  artery ;   ,'"1�� <fuuncU authorized the payment : nue,  and  Mrs.  Jemie  Reid  for 8ide.
���, ,.   ,i.    r ,r.^.,i--   u i. ���������,�����-���,��� of half the cost of the ^^rs ordered   walk  on  Blmer and  wintrip  streets.
of trade or traveL     It it unnecessary from  [hf. CanadUn  General   Electric  Granted at cost of |510.
to go over the whole ground again. Company. G   jff  .Beach, for drainage and Inl
and   sufficient   to   say   that   the   line      Rev.  T. H. Marsh,    pastor of    the
will   not  open   up  anv   material    ex- F,- M--i.odiHi church, wrote inn::.,--
. ,    , mg  that  tiie  property  on   whi'      the
tent of new country.   If tt, ....   grands  had  been  transferred
been   from  Kamloops  to  Nicola,  and to  Trustees    Louis    Henderson,  Job
thence through the Tullameen region Davis    and  A.   P.    Halliday.      1 its
to Chiiliwack,    for   Insunci     as it church property will be made exempt
, next year,
might, as far as we can see, j isi as      superintendent of Education Robin-
easily have been, then Bome real ad- w- notified the council that   my      ���
vantage  would  probably bave    been of school land must be approved by
To   have   ycur order for
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.
Ccme in and lee the samples
at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
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New goods coming every day.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME.
provement to road leading to his
mill, and A. Grenier. for a road to be
opened and ditches cleared through
block 37. The council win look
over the situation the board of works
is at present dealing with the matter.
The superintendent of works reported on the condition of Front
street from Eighth street to the
Brackman-Ker mill, recommending
thai, if the councl   di   Idi . to replace
conferred upon the province thereby.    '���'���'  council of public Instruction   The   t!,is waJk in r(.,:il.ril through the bus-
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
TINSMITHiNG
iness  section   from   Eight.'i  Btreet   to
Lytton   Bquare,  any  surplus  material j
coming    from    the    regrade may be j
used to good  advantage in  filling up   ALL
application  was made    in connection
We bave also dealt  with the m o   .,; .f; tjjf. propo8ed sa,e �� fl ^ ^ ^
question, as to the financial liability Weflt Knd Methodist church
that  would be assumed  by the prov- Among the    many   applicatione ."���-
Ince.   As we pointed 0ui yesterday  a 'erred to the hoard   of work,- which   underneath the present walk.
liability  amounting  to  no  less than h*��� bef^e ^e council In committee      The co,jnr.;i rt.ferred tbe mattPr t0
..,..,, ,,,,        ,, , *'"r*'      W. J. Malcolm, sidewalk on | ,he assessment  commissioner to see
J" ' ' would h" cn               ��� ''" wuth side ot Regina street   between   whether the propertf owner8 favored
sane   man   can   pretend   thai   British Third arid Fourth streets.     Cost, I m.i. i cement    walks    under    the local 1m-
WORK      GUARANTEED      BY
MERRITHEW 8 RAMSAY
Columbia can undet;,ke a responslb-1��ranted.
ility of such .magnitude without very
Day   and  M.   W.  Grant
j to have    both    sid'-s of   Fifth street
serious   'impairment  0I  Its credit arid   from  sixth  tQ Tcnth avennes cleared
the possibility of Its being embarass-
ed ln its financial arrangements, and
its ability to carry out other desirable public works either destroyed or
.-ly curtailed."
In respeei. to the laBt question, the
financial standing and busines prospects of the Canadian Northern are
avenue.    Extension granted, $40.
Kev. J.  Calvert,  to    have Kingston
not such as to warrant  the proposed   street opened,    and    culvert  put  in
provement plan.
The council  favored laying a side- j
walk    on  the    south    side  of    Leith
Btreet, Bidewalks    on both    sides of
Ash  street, and the opening up of a
Btreel     between    Third    and   Fourth !
avenues. All were granted, the coun-,
ell to go over the ground in the iast j
case.
The    board    of    works was given i
power    to sell    a    horse  whirl,   had
i    , .  Simpson,  sidewalk on Tenth J ceased to be fit for use on the hard j
streets.
and  graded.      Estimated cost, $2000.
Council io look over situation.
J. li. Cruttenden, to have princess
-tree? continued to the three bundled
block, and sidewalk extended to his
house. Clearing, $150; sidewalk, $40;
Granted.
financial undertaking. Practically the
whole of this line, as it. now exists,
i- composed or a series of sections
efthei acquired oi constructed upon
money secured upon provincial and
similar guarantees. By reason of thij
the existing line is already fully
mortgaged, therefore ' the whole system of the Canadian Northern Railway, as a security Is practically nil.
ir.   this  connection  It  may   be  sug-
gested that if Premier McBride had
been really desirous of advancing the
development of the co'intrv hy a good
line ol railway, he might,, have er,-
tered into arrangements with the
(Wand Trunk Pacific a well established concern of high repnteandof real
stability and standing, to extend Its
system down through ths southern
portion of the province, with a terminal at New Westminster. Such an
arrangement would most certainly
have been of far greater advantage to
the province, as a means of benefitting Its industrial and commercial interests, whilst the financial liability
would have been of the slightest. But
we know as a matter of fact tiiat the
McBrlde government has rather hindered than assisted the mighty work
of the Dominion government In opening up unpopulated parts of this
province by the Grand Trunk Paclflc
and other lines.
Looking  carefully  into  the    whole-
matter we are forced to the conclusion   that   the  real   purpose  of    the
Premier is not to  benefit the  Province.    The entire circumstances connected   with this  wonderful  arrangement with the Canadian Northern are
such  as  to arouse tiie greatest suspicion  in  the minds of the electors.
There Is something at the back of it
all which has not yet come to light.
Ugly   whispers about  the  connection
of the deal with the Tory party funds
are beginning to be heard, and sug-
Sum  of $50  granted,  with   power  to
extend   the  street   farther  if    neces-   i
sary. ���
D Barclay, sidewalk on south side;
of Nanaimo street to residence, $150,
and also request of J. Blnstead for I
Improvements on the street, at esti-'
mated cost of $230. Granted, portion '
between Twelfth and Fourteenth to j
receive Immediate attention.
Vulcan Ironworks, permission to,
place a spur track on Sixteenth
street from the Eburne line, ("ost of
clearing, $200; filling In 000 cubic'
yards at 75c, $450. Former amount
voted, latter considered matter for
railway company to pay.
\V.   A.   Andrews,   sidewalk   on   east j
side  of    Tenth   street     from   St.   An-
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SKATE
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Ladies purchasing skate tickets
during the month of November will
receive a ticket entitling them to a
chance on a gold watch. Drawing to
take place NOVEMBER 30, 1909.
List   Your  Property   With  Us
Dr. A. D. Buchanan, formerly of New
Westminster, is with us, and handling
New Westminster property exclusively
Canadian   Financiers,  Ltd.
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Specials  at
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We are ottering quite a number ir. |
Carpets.   Our stock of the aboi *|
selection  bo choice  that  yrJU a...    t,p,., '���" *
want.        See our latest arrival of Pir:
A Beauty of 5 Pieces in Green Velour for $33
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
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NEW WESTMINSTER,       -       .       .      B J
Easy
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each)
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 2^
months.
This is good residential prope::;,
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.
McQuarrie & Co,
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
TWO DAYS:
Monday,   November 1
Tuesday, November 2
Wm. A. Brady Announces the First  Western  To;r
Romantic Actor.
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MR. WRIGHT L0RIMER
in   the   Powerful   Spectacilar   D
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"The Shepherd King
"The  largest   dramatic  production  ever  staged    The
Shepherd Klnc' lifts Wright Lorlmer to a posll
highest importance ln the world of players."
���N.  V   Herald.
:     "Wright Lorlmei' Ig a <>tar of whom Boston I* p���'-1'5
���Boston Amerlci.1
"Wright  Lorlmer   is a  skilled  actor of great  artls^
ability." ���N. Y  World.
"Another 'Ben  Hur.' ���S. Y. Sun.
SEAT SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY AT RYALL'S DRUG
STORE. PRICES 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. SECURE EARLY. AS
THE   DEMAND   IS   TREMENDOUS.
See Us For Mer
ii
We have it within five minutes walk of the city limits.
PRICES AND TERMS ON APPLICATION
MALE BROS.
>*,,    706  COLUMBIA  STREET.
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WE  WANT  YOUR  B U SI N E S S XL'ttZlZ&S
MOONEY'S CREAM SODAS 	
THREE POUNDS OF BUTTER FOR
.25c PER TIN
 $1.00
THREE  DOZEN  NO.  1   SELECT  EGG8 FOR
.$1.0��
A. WELSH, The People's Grocer.
HUNGARIAN FLOUR (guaranteed to suit or money refunded), /5
PER SACK
���e TUESC
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THE DAILY NEWS.
tags, f.vk
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
Special Price in Ladies9
Waterproof Coats
New Moiree Rubberized Cloth Coats, made in Empire style; very swell; colors. Price $20.95 to $22.50
Mannish Style Rubber Coats, very serviceable.
Price $14.75
SPORTING NEWS
Business  Talk
Phone 176.
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The piiWIf Know  I
ImirIticss
M   An   Dt^d   and   Two   Will   Dif
�����   I   Rfs.. t   ot   Saturday's
SEE   THEM.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Are You Satisfied
with your eyesight'.' Are you sure that you are enjoying
the full amount of good sight that may bo yours hy
wiring a pair of glasses fitted to the requirements of
each eye. It will not cost you anything to know, for we
dn not charge to make an examination. We will be
; ��� ised to advise you as to the exact condition of your
i >��� Might.
W. F. TATE,
New  Westminster, B. 0.
In1   N   Y . Nov. 1.���Because
.  I ..... ne a   Byrne, of
S   x.    no more football will
I    . ���   v, | s( p0jm eleven this
- statemenl was made by Colo-
Hugh ..   Scott   superintendent of
ited S ./��� :��� milttaxj    academy
lati    ast    nig :  after a consultation
li ti(   auUioritii a  ol  the
..  the  death  of   Byrne, a*
a   result    :   Injuries  suffered  in   the
I  ui  Saturd.ay
S    tt    -on:    the following
messy ihi naval academy, where
injured    in  a  manner
ilai   tc Byrne, two weeks ago, is
,:. a     ... al condition:
Sui    Intendent    Naval     \. ad< my,
At.-....; ilis, Md.:    On accounl  of sor
tow :. i the Kiss of a member of our
. II team, and oul  ol  respect to
: ia   mi ' 101J .   West   Point     desires   to
ci   si   playing    football   tor   the   'o-
ol the season.
Signi "H   1.  SCOTT,
C'       U.   S.   A .   Superintendent."
Indian Is Killed.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov, I.���Roj
Spybuck, a 19-year-old Indian football player of the second team of the
Haskell Indian Institute at Lawrence,
Kansas, died lure las; nigh; as a result of injuries suffered at Buckner,
?.',>'. ou Saturday.
Fatally   Injured.
Kokomo, Ind., Nov. i.���In a football
[game    between    teams    representing
Kokomo  and   Noblesvllle     yesterday.
Ogle Seagravea, ol this city, probably
was fatally injured,
Dies   From   Injuries.
Philadelphia,      Nov.       \.   Michael
Burke, 21 years old, of Shennandoah,
Pa., died yesterday from injuries suffered in a football game Saturday.
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
Dominion  Trust   Uldc
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Nei Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
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May  Be  Fatal.
Des   Moines,   la.,  Nov    \     .1    Berry,
left   guard   for   the   Drake   university
football   team,   suffered   a   concussion
j of   the   brain   in   the    game   Saturday
! against    Orlnnell.     His    injurj   may
pro\ e fatal.
Stanford University, Cai . Nov, 1. -
When President David Stan  Jordan,
Of  Stanford,  heard of  the death  from
! football   injury   of     Cadet   Byrne,   ol
West   Point,  he  said;
-The   death     of     Byrne   will   affect
Rugby  football as played bj   Stanford
I and the University onlj   as an addl
1 tional    argument     against     American
i football as a college sport."
As a result of the three deaths thai
have resulted from football In the
pasl two or three days it is generally
I believed here thai B crusade againsi
j the game will be immediately inaugurated in the various universities uud
colleges,
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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Interurban Un��.
Cars  for Vancouver   and way
���stations  will  run  every halt
hour from 5:50  a. rn. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  hne.
City Lins: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-houriy between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
| British Columbia
**+���***********>**********
Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
H'^V'teiM   F..c   Rev us   Offers   c'
Fron-, $1800  to $?M>0  Fee   z
WttK's E-f��grment
N< �� v, rk, v , . ���James J, Jeffries will remain in this vicinity until
al:<: December 1 His plan is to
wa ��� from Ave to ten miles daily and
to wort in .. local gymnasium about
thro, :., ..��� a ,...:. ,..,- Saturdays
and Sundays he expects to rep^ his
pleasant outing ot yesterdaj when he
enjoyed good fishing down on Long
Island, where hi :v...> poaslblj go
oik k bunting. As soon as ll is de
cid . where Uie flght with Johnson
is be Im d, Ji ffrii a wil go to the
mountains ol California to begin hard
training.
Following tin signing ol the agree
ment betwei-.. James ��� Jeffrie and
.lack Johnson ti light for Ute world's
he.,\ j weigh! cha ,.;-.., o foi i
July ,"> next year, offers a:, already
pouring In from the manages of the
athletic clubs and individual promo
ters, who wis!-, to handle thai great
atlracUon of modern pugilism, One
of the offers. $125,000, has been re
celved from promoters in Centrally
Wash. A second offer, $75,000 gnat
anteed, has arrived from Sui Hester,
Ol the Mission A C Of San Kianeii-oo
A thud. (60,000 and some induce
ments. to hold the big light in ChlcoJ
Cai.
That other offers and probably
even  larger ones,  will  be forthcoming
and filed is certain.
In the meantime Jeffries wlll re
main In New York, Since the sign
ing o\ articles, the managers have
been Keeping wires working overtime
carrying offers tor theatrical engage
ments.
"Soft money" such as never ap
peared ln the wildest dreams of the
triumphant pugilist, now confronts
the big man. Twenty-five hundred,!
$2000, $1 SOti a week is being offered
for the attraction of Jeff lies.
"We will probably appear In New
York for a week beginning November
8," said Berger. "Beyond thai our
plans      are    somewhat    vague.        i>t
course we win go back to California
in the neai future. There is a pos
sibility that some engagement maj
be accepted which we can im on the
trip west, bin there Is nothing delln
ite." ho said.
Asked where he Ihoiu.hl thc tight
would  take  place.  Hergei   sahl.
"ll looks like California California
and Nevada are the only states l
know of where a finish light can be
pulled off. and this is sureh going to
he a finish tight. Out wis: there
may he plenty  of offers.
"The  Washington  offer  of  $125,000
1  am afraid can't  be accepted.    There
Is a slate law there which will block
mi the finish tight  '   Nevada Is a lil
tie iiuiet, an it   looks like California."
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W. E. FALES _____ *qn�� Street
The Reliable Furniture Dealer. Upholsterer.   Undertaker
know  ont bust,-..- e*
Honest dealing has
kept t'-i* t!v Lrsriinfi
Furniture Noum In the
city for nearly a quarter
of a century.
EFFUSIVE ACTOR
KISSES SPECTATOR
London. No-,    |    Giovanni Qrasso,
the Sicilian actor, Whose robustious
interpretations of local dramas wcie
seen la America last winter, was the
leading figure in an unrehearsed Incident at the Florence theatre in London yesterday      During   a scene In
winch he stabs the enemy witli a
dagger, the weapon slipped from his
hand and fell in the pit cutting the
head Ol  a   spectator  slight!) An  ItV
dignanl member ol the audience flung
the knife back to the stage. Where H
was deftly caught by C.iasso. Raising
it aloft in his hand, as though it were
accursed, Qrasso broke i; in two and
stamped upon It Then witli n bound
Qrasso was in the pit. and the next
moment he was clinibing back to the
boards with the Injured man In Mi
arms. After seating him on the
chair. Crasso threw himself on bis
knees and entreated forgiveness,
which was Immediately granted bj
the embarrassed playgoer, who on his
side begged to be allowed to return
to his seat Hut this was not lo be
until Crasso. weeping copiously, had
kissed the    Injured man repeatedly
This  action   was    greeted  with     loud
cheers, and after Qrasso had grace
fully bowed his thanks to tin' audience,   the   play    WES   resumed.
CITY     OF     NEW     WLSTMINSTEK.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Tenders wc* Invited for tin- erection
.���>f a Refuse Destructot capacity ��� 0
bOOS per dav Plant and \r..-���:.:,-���. oi
site, speculations and further paiti
cnlara as prepared hy the cc. Engineer, can bo obtained on application to
the  undorsi.'-.noa
Tender* to be plainly   market] on
the outside "Refuse Destructor,'   and
delivered bj 6 pm of the :'.*nd da] Ol
November,  1909   to
w   ,\   DUNCAN
ti%   Clerk
~v
New Grocery Store
NEAR COR. FIFTH AVE. ANO EIGHTH ST.
Next to Bodwell & Oddy's Butcher Shop.
A Very Choice Line of Groceries
and Provisions Will Be Kept in Stock
and u!.uhank al1 our old customers for their patronage in the past
_.. Invite them and also new onns to fllve our new store^J^_
DAVID ADAMS, Prop.
PHONE 583.
^VERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
FOOTBALL  j
Football   Practice.
There Will he a practice this evening; ut Moody   Bquare   in connection
Willi t'"' 'tob'Ts football club.       ,
Jim Collins to Mah,1fl<! Providence.
BoBton, Nov. L���The management
of the Providence team of the Eastern
Baseball league haa announced that
Jamea Collins of Buflalo, N.Y., and
former manager of the Boston American league team had been engaged to
manage the Providence nine during
next season. Collins succeeds Hugh
Duffy,   who  Is  now   manager  of    the
Chicago American league team. <'01
lins managed the Minneapolis team
of the American association last season.
Jeanette Whipt Kudiak.
Paris, Nov. l.���Jeo   Jeanette,   the
colored lighter ot Hoboken, N. -'������
otherwise known as ���(llngereake.
knocked out Al Kublak. the big Detroit. Mich, pugilist, here Saturday
night in the tenth round Of a seln-d
uled Htl-round fight, ll was lhe negro's fight from the start Kublak
was too fat and wns punished so severely that the knockout blow was
easily landed. Jeanette came out ol
the mill with hardly a scratch.
STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE BY
TENDER.
Gotch to Wrestle  Roller Again.
Chicago.    Nov.    L.���Frank    Gotch,
champion oalch-as-cnloh-cau wrestler
Of  the   world,   who  lasl   winter  signi
tied ills Intention of retiring trom the
strenuous life on the mat, will be ;1
busy grappler Ihis winter. William
SCOVllle, matchmaker for the Missouri
Athletic Club of KaniAl City has secured the signature of the Irnvu champion for a match  wllh  in    It   V   Uol
jor of Seattle for a match before his
club m Kaunas city on November 16.
The match will he staged at the
Convention Hull In Kansas City and
will he the biggest match of the win
ter for that city, according to Mr.
BcOVllle. Meanwhile Ihe Iowa farmer
Ik preparing for his match with Uach-
vltch, Ihe Polish draper, which Is
scheduled for November 0 at the Col
Iseum here.
Dr. Uolhr and Qotch have nut
before, the coasl grappler having
stayed an hour wllh the champion
Tenders will bo received by the
undersigned at lhe sheriff's Otnce,
courthouse, New Westminster up '"
12 o'clock noon on Wednesday tne
27th day of October, 1909, for tbe
purchase of the stock, etc., of D. V.
M. Perkins, general merchant, Mission City, B. C.
Persona desirous of Inspecting tm
stock can do so by applying to A.Jrt ���
Lane, Ksq.. provincial constable, Mission City.
Inventories of the stock can he seen
on application at my office, New
Westminster, or to Mr. Lane at M'8'
sion   Clty- .      A        nnt
The highest    or    any    tender noi
necessarily accepted.     Terms cash.
New Westminster, Oct. 12, 1909.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Assignee.
Sheriff's Offlce, New  Westminster,
B   C.
'No't<v���Time for recelvtng the above
tenders ls hereby extended to Saturday. November 6th, 1909.       i
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
251-7 Assignee.
Rubber
Goods
HAVE ADVANCED TWENTY PER
CENT. FORTUNATELY FOR US
AND FOR YOU WF. PURCHASED
OUR WINTER STOCK BEFORE
THE ADVANCE. WE HAVE DE
CIDED TO SELL AT OLD PRICES
FOR ONE WEEK. IT MEANS A
SAVING 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.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
JlTlce 'Phono  115,      tiarn  'Phone 13/
Columhl*  Street
n��Kgsi,;(<   delivered   promptly   to
any  part of iho city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE ��� TRAM   DfiPOT.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
1 0, o v.   amity LODQB, NO tl
rhi   regular meeting ol this lodge
are held in Oddfellow t_' hall, Carnar
von street, ever]  M-%iday    evening
at   S   o'clock      .las    l-Yrguson,  nemo
fraud     W   C   Coatham   rev   S6CJ
A   0  V   \v    ikasku LODQB NO. :'
Meetings the lii'sta nd third   ru**
da> lu each uioniti    Vtslttttj brethren    cordlallv     invited    to    attend.
Lodge room, A, o. U, w  h&U, ivt.t
follows'  blook, ClarUson streei.
COURT BRUNETTE, no. 4089, i.o,S\
���Meets the fourth    Friday    in    thl
month  at     g  o'clock,  in  the   -niall
hall. Oddfellows' blook,
FRATERNAL  ORDER   OV  KAiii.i-���s
Aerie No. 20.---Meets every Tuesday
evening at s   p m  in   the Eagle*
hall. Columhia street,     .1. N. Altelv
eson, w. Pres,; h. Bohofteld, Beer*
tary.
I.M1K����EI
tiaUvtiu imuj^y^iii
You win Und u to yoni advantags
d arrange your booking at this office,
whether you Intel.;,  to travel or lifting for your friends.
From Montreal and Quebec.
Empress of Britain . .   . .   November 5
Empress of  Ireland   ...   November   19
l-'or other dates and particulars ��i>
ply to
B, QOULET,
0. P. H. Agent.
H),\UO   ov   TRADE���NEW WtM
minster Board of Trade meets in tbe
hoard room, City Hall, a* follows;
Third Thursday of each month:
quarterly inMtlng on the third
Thursday of l-Vbrnary. May. August
and   Noveintier.  at :, p,m        Annual
masting! on the third Thursday ot
Kehrurtry. New menihers ma\ he
proposed and elooleil at  any uiontl\.
ly or   quarterly   meeting,     0   h.
Stuart Wade, secretary
sons OF seen and BENEFIT AB>
loolation, Lord of the Isles   camp
191 Meets on the Itrst and third
Tuesday of even uionUt lu K. of I*.
hall.      Chief,  \Y,  Hmnerland.
1   0,  <���    K     HO\ \l,    CITY     LOlH.'K
NO, _    Meets   In    OiHHollows'    hall,
Columbia  itMSt,  every  l-'rldiiy eveit
log at  S o'clock.    Visiting   hrethren
will ba made WtlOOmS, tl. E tilHey,
n. t!.; c. v. Osborne, r t?. raoor&��
Ins seeretary
OTHER    FRATERNAL    BOCIB1T1EB
Include the Union Lodge, No. i>, A.
P. mill \ M . King Solomon l.ixlH",
No 17. \. V. and A. M.I L 0. U
No. LlSOj L. 0. L., No. Ki93; Court
Sapperton. No   4��S,1. I. O. V.;  C. t��.
F. Court Weetmtnstsr. No. __.\
Brotherhood of owls. Norn No   an.
KN1QHTB OP COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1883���Meets leoond and fourth
Mondays at S p.m., SI PalrleUrt
Hall. Hlnckwood St.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND 8UPPLIE8.
Spectacles 50c up.
LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
I cnn lniura your vuluablo hoflM and
cattle againit death from everyjeause in
a reliable Canadian company at reasonable rates.
This kind of insurance is as necessary
as fire insurance.
Enquire for particulars.
ALPRED   W.   IVIcLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY
What?
MERCuRy deposits ggy QIGS GRAVE
NEAR PRINCE ALBERT
FOR BIS MOTHER
NEVER    HEARD    OF    THE
RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSET
An  odorless closet.    No sewerage or water required. We
also   have   an   odorless   commode.
R. H .KRIS & CO.
HALL-LAVEJiY   BLOCK
Winnipeg.
Nov. l.���Several months
'ago the announcement was made that
a prospector named   Parker had dis-
I covered a egreat deposit of pure mercury  in   the    north,    beyond  Prince
Albert.     No    further    details    were
ASK UND GRAMS j
FOR WAR VETERANS
Did   No*.  Ha
Which  to
available of this Important find until
Mr. Parker arrived ln Winnipeg to
endeavor to interest capital in Ms
mine. He says the vein is extensive
and the quality of the mercury is &s
pure as can be bought in a -fOE
store. He did considerable work on
the North Saskatchewan last spring,
being assisted by several Indians.
Mr. Parker also located two ir ���
claims and one of copper while prospecting along the Churchill. All
three are valuable, but isolated.
.e  Buff Went  Money
Pay  the   Sexton  to
the Work.
WII
Do
English Watchmaker
Gold Watcies for Ladies
I frcem
tiara
up.
Silver
Wa-.ches,
gents'
open face
$6.00.
Bllver
Watch-es,
gents'
open
case,
$7.50 up.
Agent
for    Wai tham
and
Kigin
Watcbes.
Watch
repairing
a speeclalty.
Railway Time Tables
B. C.
F. CRAKE
Two  doc?  hvni   Gto, Adam*, Groctr
"The MUwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "_*_th W��w Limited"
Kansat City to Cnloa-ego.
No   trains ln  Uie  eernce  on    any
railroad in the world that equal In
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own ek^pin?
and dining oara on all their trains and
give their patroa3 aa excellence of
eservice not obtainable elsewhere.
H. 8. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor. Ald��r Portland. Or.
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betwee;
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via k'iatrara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. addreejss
E. R. Westminater Branch.
Wee* Day Scriedu e.
Cars leave Vancouver for N'.w Westminster at 5:50, 6:50. 7:'--j and i:0.
am., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vaa
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
&:00 am., and ererj hall hour thereafter until  ll :00 am,
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 &-___., -a<2
every haJf hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
C��ar�� leave New Westminster for Vau ���
couver at 8:00 a.m., and every ha'.!:
hour thereat
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager
Westmlnrter.
Colorado   Sprints.    Col.,   Nov.  1 ���
Under the care oi  physicians  a:. |
:.   I     :. .  se,     _--;���- ..r-old     Rich
Swineford lies at the home of a neig:.
bor.      The  boy  collapsed  :rom  grit-:
and    exhaustion    aftei    his  ... '
body had been lowe I I .:.:.- th��  --
whi :h he labored a., nig  t to prepan
he   did    not    have    i
enough to pay the sexton oi Crys
Park cemetery to do the work.
Richard with his mother, who
suffering from tuberculosis, came
here from Michigan last year. When
Mrs. Swineford died there was not
money enough left to provide a fitting
casket and to pay the t-ra-.t- digi>- s
for their work. Rather than have his
beloved parent buried in a cheap casket, he declared that he would dig
the grave himself. At daylight th<
sorton found the boy still digging in
the cemetery. He had gone the:-
without the Knowledge of Ue .Hands
and worked all night.
After the funeral, while helping to'
heap  the fresh earth on the  mound, j
the    little   fellow   fell    unconscious, j reques
overcome  by   the  strain   of   the   last |
'hree days.     His condition is said
be serious.
to   Reward   Members  of   Im-
Corps   in   South   African
C3moaigi.
I.���A deputation from
South African Veterans'
Iation  waited  upon  Sir  Wilfrid
ind Sir Frederick Borden to
d  wno Lad served in
;.-  ir.   South   Africa   who
sidents  ot Canada should
-���mas' land grant sio.i-
..   ��� .���   C.-.r.adian
���   veterans.   Thtry stated
-.'.ernment   would   give
��� steads they would guaran-
provide a  military  reserve in
��� st
���   spokesman were S. Nicholson.
��� president,    and    Shelford
wood, general secretary'
ation. '
Prei   er    promised   that    he
. look into the case.    The assoc-
:. claims a membership of B,000
e They are in correspondence with Sir
seph   Ward   and   may  accept   land
sO.:."s from the New Zealand govern-
' ment   in  case  the  Canadian  govern-
* ment is unwilling to accede to their
Scotch   Whisky
Grim-
of the associ-
Keepin^ up the Standard.
tor
tine
its   unvar
I a\ or.
rich.
pen has
tull-f- died    la
W atson s   Scotch   Wlii-iv-.
eWorld   over
exceptionally
E\er%- bottle
taste���the same
same characteristic aroma.
We  use the oiJ-tashtonei   Pot S
of iiistillation.
1 hen    we   leave time
maturing and mellowing.
To ensure again?t the
any  whisky betore   it   is
continually   keep   a    stock
gallons,   absolutely   our    o
in wood.
That is why our whisks- never var:e
to
.
ot st
necessity ,..   ���
properly  mat
oi   several  m
wn   property     ,_.
WORLD-FAMOUS   MEDICOS
DO   HONOR TO  DR, OSLER
SACRILEGIOUS BURGLAR
DESPOILED HOLY IMAGE
opening
London
New'
.v.
p.m
Lv.
.m.
Lv.
p.m.
Lv. m
aan,
Lv. Settle
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 1:35
y.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45
am.
Lv. Seattle 12:25
pm,
��� W ^^^^
N. W. 4:32 p.m..
W. 12:10 a.m.
S:05 a.m
London,  Nov.   L���At  the
of the winter session of the
School of Tropical Medicine Professor
r until 10:00 p.m. Last i 0sler delivered an address on    "T!.-:-
Nation and the Tropics."
The American ambassador. In the
1 chair, introducing the lecturer said he
excelled as an example of what America could do with a Canadian when
they caught him young, McGill unr. er-
sity brought him into prominence, bu:
he reached the climax of his fame at
John Hopkins university. He explained what science had done for
the empire and civilization and the
enormous possibilities which still lie
open. In concluding the address he
made vigorous denial of the idea that
England was decadent.
At the annual dinner of the London
School of Tropical Medicine1- Dr. Mier.
replying to tbe toast on behalf of Dr
Osier, who was unavoidably absent,
said that one of the best things
which came out of Canada to England
was Osier.
Great  Northern Railway.
N.W. v-.v-t) ea.no.; ar. .Seattle
3:35
11  am.;   ar.   Seattle 3:56
ar. Seattle 9:4'J
ar. Seattle 7:15
p.m.;  ar
ar. N. W. 2:55
N. W. 9:80
p.m.
p.m.
ar. N.W. 6:20
N.W. 6:25
.ar.
6. N. R.���Port Guichon.
LeaYes New Westminster on Tuet-
dar at 10 am., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leavea Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 3:45 a.m. Learei
Friday  at  3:50   p.m..  arrive*  In  city i
Englishmen   Eaten   by   Cannibals.
Manila, Nov. 1.���Rear Admiral Bree
reports that when the Pacific fleet
touched at the Admiralty islands it
was learned that recently cannibals
from the islands had captured a boat
containing three Englishmen and alt50
three Chinese. One of the Englishmen who escaped through the aid of
Entered Convent  in   Russia and  Stole
Jewels Worth   Many  Millions of
Roubles.
Czenstochowa, Russian Poland.
Nov. l.���During the night robbera &*",
tered the chapel of the Pauline Convent here and despoiled the much
venerated Image of the virgin, of the
robe with its pearls, the djaa-Ql-tl-
studded crown and many uevotive offerings of jewels. The, image itself
was not damaged. The objects stolen have an intrinsic Value of several
million roubles. There is no clue to
the robbers. Today the chapel,
which had been closed upon the discovery of the outrage, was surrounded with a great crowd of weeping
and praying men and women.
The convent at Czenstochowa is
famous for its representative of the
\ir?in. and attracts probably a quarter of a million pilgrims annually.
insist
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LIQUOR   LICE
Saturday at 3am la friendly tribe, said his companions
Leaves Port Guichon  at  1  p.m. on   had been killed and eaten.
Tuesday,  6:30  a.m.  on    Friday,  and
6:30 a.m. Saturday.     Arrives at Port J
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Assistant Gen'l  Passer.;
f-Agent, 135 Ariams St..
Guichon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon  f, a.m.  each  wees
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&r and Ticket |    Learrea   N.  W.   3:50  p.m.  daily  <?x-
Chicago.HI.     [cept  Sunday;   ar.  Guichon   at  ".   D-m.
Town  Marshal  Shot by  Robber.
Kansas City. Xov. l.���Four robbera
: surprised in a store at Lenoxa. Kas.,
| today, mortally wounded  W.  D.  Has-
kin.  the  town 'marshal.    On^ of the
robbers   was   also   shot,   but  all   four
\ esca;.- I
Region   Unhealthy.
Berlin. Nov. 1���The Norddeutche
Allegemeine Zeitung. commenting on
the publication at Hamburg of the
s-atf-ment that the foreign offlce had
granted permission for German
workmen to enter the employ of the
American Company, which is buildine
a railway in the upper Amazon. Brazil, today says that the statement is
untrue. The paper adds that not
only has the foreign offlce failed to
encouraee such a movement but has
taken occasion to warn Germans
igainsl the unhealthy condition of
the reeion through which the railway
is being constructed.
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Art Needlework Department
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Charles Ketcb-
um as tne owner in fee almple, under a tax sale deed from C. C, i-isner
to Frederic W. Howay and Robie L.
Reid, bearing date the 1st day of December, A. D., 1902. oi ail and singular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
i being in the district of New Westminster, ln the province of Britisb
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lot 13 of Block 13
of Lot 201. Group 1. Murray s Ad lition, north half of Lot 14 of Block 13 I
of Lot 201. Group 1. Murray's Addition.
You %nd those claiming through or
under you  and  all   persons  claiming
any Interest ln the sail laml  by virtue of    any  unregistered  instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
in  the  said land    by  descent,  whose
title is not registered und.-r the provisions  of  the  "Land   R> g:stry   Act.
|are required  to contest  the claim of!
the tax    purchas��r    within  forty Ave
:days from the date of the first  puhli-,
cation  of  this  notice, and  In  default :
of a  caveat or certificate  of  lis pen-1
dens being  filed    within such  period;
or  in   default   of    redemption   before
registration, ynu and each of you will j
be    forever    estopped and    debarred j
from  setting  up  any  claim   to or  In :
respec' of the said land, and I shall
register    Charles  Ketchum  as owner!
Notiet* is hereby r.v-r
days from date  I lnl
F. S.  Hussey, gnperlntei
vicclal   police,  Victoria B  (
transfer of the li      - :.-.; 1
Gilbert Tulloch, for '
situated    at  Port    U ��� 3, t,
George Welch of Por: M C.I
gil:- :.loch.|
Port Moody. October _
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
thereof In fee.     And I hereby direct, .       ,, ..     .
that  publication    of    this  no'tice  lori^'8 fr��m the dii;p   of tt
thirty days in a dailv newspaper pub-.11.1'8 notice ��pon vpu, M
lished   ln   New   Westminster   will   be!01  a Mveat or
good and  sufficient servi.������   thereof.
���     Dated  at  the Land  Registry   Office,
New   Westminster,  Province  oi   British  Columbia,  this  28th  day of  Sep-
Take notice thai   .    . i
been made to register T ^^s KnigM
Ur., as the owner in fee a ���' -i
la   tax  sale  deed  : :      to.
i Dykes to Thomas (Uighl     . bearin(
'date the 5th day
j 1907. of all and si: [ - ���'- ��t
parcel or tract    I ;rrmi��
situate,  lying   u     :
I trict   of    New     V,'. -
Province of    British C ������
particularly  know:,    nd de.   Ibed i
'Lot 9, Block  10, ol  ; ������     A Lo: 29|
; Group 2.
You and those claiming :_:: -��ai
under  yon  and  all   p< >    - t
any  interest in  tl
tue of any un' :-'/-;3ffll
and ^I persont /     '4
In  the  said  land  t ~"
titi.- Is not regish .-���     "ti ^
visions of thi .'. -     Ml
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the  tax    purchaser     ��ril  .   '   ,:'"
^^^_^^_   c ,:, ��� M
dens  being  Bled,  ���,,,��� - petW
,or  in  default   0f    : Hod
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tember, A. D. 1900. M
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j Esq. 228-30
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ED. GOULET,
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|from  setti
_��g up  anj
respect   0/   fhp   gjJd   ���
���    ter Thomas ECnl    I       u   vl!f1
thereof, ]n f,.0.     A UrM
jthat   publication  of    thia notice
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i'ist'^d in  \e-,v    v. I.1!
woekly n<������'��� bi -        ' ^"'l
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'lsh  Columbia,  this 1
j ber, A.  D.   1909
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v_t
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i. Cm mM 1909.
Well-
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THE DAILY NEWS.
ji�����
PAGE SEVEN.
Opera House May
Be Forced to Close
I  from   Pa^c  One.)
show once a week at the
o-e  Is a good thing for tne
ilways been one of the
1 8 against New Westminster
i'e  was nothing to do;   here
ive been trying tu give them something ,,, ,i,, jn the evenings���and see
whal  support I get.      Two hundred
i""1 u-':- '- n'ee dollars in the house toed loss to the
dead loss to me
erybody.     The
i ae here
and h
SlimiiJID KING IS
liflRGEOUS SPECTACLE
Splendid   Scenery,   Rich    and    Varied
Costumes and Striking Stage  Effects Last Evening.
Wi-  an-   the    sole
celebrated brand.
agents for this
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier.
company, a
a dead loss to ev-
company didn't want
but I argued with Cort
made them come, on thu condition that 1 do all in my power to
get a good house. I did it, and see
'In- result.
"N'o one can say that the Shepherd
King isn't a flrst-class attraction of
its kind. It lias filled the biggest
theatres in the east; if it were playing In Vancouver tonight there would
be a couple of hundred persons go
over to see It, but they won't come
to Bee ll ai their own house.
"If tilings don't pick up," concluded
Manager t.'arty, "1 shall close up the
house at thr end of November. I
simply couldn't keep it open and
have the face to ask for Iirst-class
attractions."
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Th. new English Church Hymn Books are now in stock. Do
you require  one?
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Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
GERMANY  WILL TAX
UNEARNED   INCREMENT
Berlin, Nov. 1.���The imperial government has asked the governments
of the federal states to hasten their
reports concerning the introduction
of the unearned increment land tax.
This announcement is made today by
the Krankfinter Zeitung, which adds
that the government will allow the
municipalities a rebate for rive years
i.f ihe average amount raised by the
unearned increment tax during the
period of its operation. The conservatives in the relchstag proposed
such a tax as a substitute for the
government's direct taxation proposals at the last session. Although the
conservatives to a great extent represent land owning interests, they are
willing that an unearned increment
tax be imposed because such a tax
rest heavily upon land owners
and speculators In the cities, but
lightly on property owners in the
country districts, where values Increase slowly, nr. as In some Instances, depreciate. The measure Is ox-
petted to raise $5,000,000 annually and
is possible of great expansion.
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Those who are fond of brilliant and
elaborate state fittings, of gorgeous
costumes, of the tramp of armed
bands, the clash of harness, of spirited mob scenes and all tlie pomp and
panoply of the romantic drama, found
much to please them at the Opera
House last evening, and win find it
again this evening in the performance
of The Shepherd King.
Those who love historical consistency, who hate an anarchronlsm, and
demand thai when t.hey are served
with an historical drama It shall
make some attempt at portraying the
life and manners of the age In which
it is laid, were pet-hips not quite so
contented. The costumes were all
right, or at least as neatly so as was
cousisti-nt with the conventions of
polite society, but the whole spirit
running through the drama was foreign in the age In which it was laid.
Had the action been confined to men
alone, all might bave been well, but
the man who dn-w up the Shepherd
King was willing for the sake of appealing to the groundlings to forget
the fact that the modern ideals as to
the relations of men and women are
outgrowths of mediaeval chivalry and
quite foreign to those which held In
Israel in the days of Karii and Dnvid.
The spectacle of Jewish women going
unveiled, was bad enough, but when
It came to those same women making
love after the manner ot twentieth
century America, it was too much
altogether.
However, it is perhaps hardly fair
to apply the strict canons of the
drama to such a production as the
Shepherd King. The Shepherd King
is a spectacle rather than a play, and
as a spectacle it ls a huge success.
The scenery is excellent, the costumes rich and varied, while the
stage effects are skilfully arranged.
The production was put through with
a swing and vim. which made the
audience forget all about anachronisms and the historical sense; U
abounded with heart stirring it somewhat melodramatic situations; its appeal was to the senses rather than;to
the intellect, and to those who were
willing to take it in the right spirit it
provided a thoroughly enjoyable evening's entertainment.
Although Mr. Lorlmer, who takes
the part of David, is the only member
of the cast who can make any pretense at histrionic ability, the production taken for what it is intended to
be, a spectacle rather than a play,
must be considered as Iirst-class, and
it deserved a far better house than
it got. It is to be sincerely hoped
that theatregoers will turn out better
this evening. The same production
has pleased discriminating playgoers
throughout America; it packed the
Princess theatre in Toronto for a
week, and was one of the hits of the
season in New York, and it is no
credit to the taste of the New Westminster public that it cannot give it
better support than it did last night-
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WE REPAIR HEA TERS
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Exhibition ot
Christian Work
.uontreal!
ESTARUSU^.) 1817.
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RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branch^ throughout Canada ami
PWundland, and ia I_oudon, Eng-
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eceived in Hums of $1 ami upward,
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followed closely the spread of Christianity there Is little realization of
the total work achieved. The exposition will show by means of pictures and other objects, supplemented
by addresses, the missions established
churches and schools built and their
effect on art. literature and soulal relations, business and every other In-
t crests.
"The show wlll be exclusively 1'ro-
testant and all denominations will be
represented on euual terms. The
archbishops of Canterbury and Toik
have pledged their co-operatiun and
the Anglican free churches have acclaimed the undertaking through the
mouths of Dr. John Clifford anil other
equally  powerful.      Sir  Alfred Jones.
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ethics and enterprise, and! in the light
of lt the insignificance of refusal of a
belief In Christ wlll be cadMced lo an
absurdity."
Duke of AbruHl Will Wed.
Paris, Nov. 1.���The Pt'tlt Parlst-
enne Milan corerspoudent learns from
a member of court that the Duke of
the Abruzzl Is In cunatiint correspondence with Miss Katharine Klklns, and
will shortly be promoted to rear-admiral soon after which his marriage
with Miss Klkliis wlll be celebrated.
Miss Klklns win become a Catholic,
It ls said, and will t>e raised to the
rank of princess at the first favorable opportunity.
taking all ixkiuts
and district.
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8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points ^st and souin,
and Hall's Prairie, Pernrldge and Hiu.
almere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Clovwrdale, except Hall's Pralrl��, Ha-
zelmere and Kernrldge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays  and  Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���Btrawoerry    Hill, Tim-
berland  and  South  Westminster,  by
eepourler (Tuesday and FMday).
I 1:30 p.m.���Ea��t Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, H>y courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer inontns close at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and Sunbury, d,ally except Sunday; Woodward,
Tueaday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C Bruce." (Steveston mall de����-
patched,and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 ' p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R, north.
3 p.m.���Clovenjale, Nleomekl, and
Port Kells <|aily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tym*.
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vanoouver. and Burnaby
lake, viai B. O. Electric Railway. .Saturday au extra mall Is despatch.*! to
Victoria via Vancouver at thU hour.
" |   Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you k. points east and south, via O. N. K-
freTa cake  of'their famous Plantol ��Flyer."
toilet soap, if you mention tbis paper. \   Q p.m.���Second C P. R-. east, Era-
REWARD.
A reward ot I2R.0O wlll be paid for
Information which will lead to the
conviction of the person or persons
who have recently been Interfering
with and damaging the arc lights on
Queen'B avenue.
By order.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City 'jHall, New Westminster, October 23, 1409.
Malls Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattlv, including all U. S. points, via G. N. tt.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:09 to 10:00 am.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Veancouver and Victoria.
Tia G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 am.���L*dm>r, fort
Guichon, Westham lelaid and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston (Vesi>atehed and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coqultlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m���East Bhrnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. 3. points.
9:40   p.m.���Seecond   Mall  east,  and
losed mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
ncluding U. S. A. matter, and
Fraser- Mills.
also
Anyone amxtlnf ��� sketch
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f"  PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY.
Mr B
Timely Tips
For Bargain
Hunters
We have just received another car- =
load 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.
**********************
LADIES:
Don't fail to attend the MAJESTIC RANGE COOKING
EXHIBIT on Tuesday, Wednea-
day, Thursday and Friday, eand
see Prof-ssor Wulff operate the
GREAT  MAJESTIC at
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
444****************1*****+
City News
N,.-DP.!)-C0
Talcum, Violet,Berated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants  or  adults.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
E'larcJ   Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
��� THE ���
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
r\i-i vi   .-..,- r>i     i    c-   ��_ ot.       i.      Call at Anderson <fc Lusby's Colum-
OM NeWS BlOCk, SlXth btreet   bia  street  and  see  Pro..  Wulfl  cook
on the Great Majestic Kange and if'-
his recipe :. ��� i
Bo'r Stevenson's whaie stock of
boot? ac: ihoes to be sold o3 ir.
thirty -i'^.-i. '--���'
py.r:.  '.-'.:.;  ar.d  ~b.  ky.b?     :   :.:.: =
a:  Tide's,  the    florist.  7.7   C  -
--���-:       Ph ne   L184. -:
The funeral  took place or.   S ���'
at Surrey cemetery of Im Sato, a Japanese, who died of the typhoid '������'������
0 tbe -se o:    ���
For pianos, or?ans, .sewing machines, talking machin-s sh---- '-���������
sic and records eo to J. H Todd's
:..-.: house,  Colombia .street
Come and  see Prof. Wulff  of  Berlin and get some pointers on cooking
���  e  Great    U ;  -���;:    Range  this
week at Anderson & Lusby's store.
The   preliminary   meeting    of    tbe
Al ���   ��� = ;  -d Citizens' Association, bavlng   to   view  the  organisation     of   a
I  of  trade  for  the dis:r: -:.   will
���   ���id this evening at Abbotsford.
Order your bulbs for  Sprij1?  flow-
en  now    from    Davies. Greeni..  .-���
telephone  B. -. 251--.:
For first-class cut Cowers and U)
kind '. Floral work, telephone Davies
Greenhouse, R208
1 - civil eas.0 of Thompson and
yea vs. J. Ker Wilson, of Ladner, j
- ailed for hearing in the county I
irt yesterday morning but was ad-;
irned unMl a date to be fixed, by ;
--    test of the counsel.
Mr. Denny  wlll  move  bis  Btock  of,
furniture and carpets into the Cun-1
alngh un block, 43 Sixth street, about j
November 1.
7 ��� :��� ��� Bt Range on Earth wil] be
on exhibition    ". u Wednesday.!
1 .:. :  eFriday at Anderson  &
Lusby's.  Colum  . .   streel
steamer Ophlr arrived in port I
yesterday   with   a   cargo   of   plaster.,
��� ' :.= in all from Vancouver, fort
Gilley Bros The tug Eva has been I
chartered   by   Gilley   Bros,     and     is
lng -r'.shed rock from the Pitt
Lake ;uarries. The Eva is owned by
'    ptain Martinolitch of Ladner.
List your property for Quick sale
with W. H. Nesbitt k So:,. 650 Columbia street. 249- i
::��� :������������- :.��� 'ly 2 :.������ : ;. D. F
Quigley at Sinclair's shoe store.
Captain J. C. Bruce, who has been
operating the mail launch J. C. Bruce
between the city and Ladner for Bome
time, has disposed or his interests ir.
Ity, and leaves shortlj with his
family for Australia. Captain Bruce ,
will return to the life of a deep sea
captain.
New Westminster.
Theo.  P. Young. Prop.
Westminster Modern Business
School
tea to meet the livintr demands
of a progressive age. Those who \
wish to obtain the highest aim in Iif"
should Investigate the real merits of
this institution before deciding to g<
elsewhere.
You can prepare for an office while
;���' . <arn by attending our NIGHT
SCHOOL.
A. L. EOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re-
frething for bat;, or toilet. Koi wasn-
Ing underclothing it is un equaled.
Cleans* i   and  purifies.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
&
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LID.
HEAD  OFFICE  23  LORNE   ST.
Board of Directors:
T.  J.  Trapp.  Pi'-sident.
T.   S.   Annandale.   first   Vice-
President.
J.   J.   Jones.   Second   Vice-President.
T. H. Smith.       H.  Ryall.
L. A. Lewis,       M. M. Neletns,
K.  B.  Walker.  M.  D.
Trustees:
Hon.  Et  McBride. premier B.C.
Geo   it. Ashwell. vv. s. CollisU I
P.  J.  Hart  Managing  Director.
E. L. Webber. Assistant  .'! ina-
ger and Her-retary.
***********************44****44444******************
*
Get Your FURNACES AND PLUMBING
Fixed For the Coming Winter.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
X Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster \
**************************m********************y*4****:
The steamer Transfer will Wreaf-
ter leave the Brackman-Ker wh er:
for Ladner. Westhaa. Islan i and way
points, at 2 u'clock In the afternoon
instead of a; '���',. as hertofore, returning
on the follow:n? morning. On Saturday she will make an extra return
trip arriving in the city in the eon
ing. Trips wil] be made to Steveston as the busine.--  warrants. *���
Only one man appeared before Uie
magistrate in the city police court
yesterday, charged with being drunk
and disorderly. On r(-<-y.---- ot the
chief of police, he was remanded to
today, the chief intimating tliat he
might be required as a witness i'i
another case. A drunk forfeited his
ball hy non-appearance.
Percy   B.  Brown, of    the    Settlers' i
Association of B. C. begs to anno,-   i
that  he  is  stil 1  occupying  fhe   -
office as heretofore.      The Merchants
Bank of Canada Bldg., 17  Begbi.   Bt.
250-6
The  first    parade  of    B  Com;
Sixth D. C. 0. K.. for this season, will U
be held this evening at the armorlM,
Sixth  street.      There  will  be  a  full ;
parade,    and    arrangements    will be j
made for recruit drills.     It is expect-]
ed  that  a  decision    will  be  reached
thia evening as to t he disposal of the
efficiency pay for the company, which
baa now arrived.
I
The wise man has been tanyht that ;
a  bank  account  is  necessary,   b il   a
wise man nol only   has   a bank ad-
count, but a safety deposit  be,\  in a |
trust company's vault.     His valuable j
papers wlll go In the vault���he does
not  risk them In  his own hous,-.    In i
a safety deposit box in our vault your |
papers  are  perfectly  safe  from  fire,
burglars or any other loss.   Isn't this
sufficienl reason why you should renl
one of these boxes today'.'   Dominion
Trust Co., Ltd., T. R, Pearson, inan-j]
ager New Westminster branch
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WE8TMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13.    ,      Office, Eighth St.
LULU ISLAND
We have some very desirable lotsjin
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
UMBRELLAS
For Everyone.     The New Goods in
Many Styles.
< WJJ__i____^_**ym
If you have the slightest umbrella want we know you will
not be able to resist the at-
tractions this department holds
this week.
Umbrellas are here, enough
of 'em so that no man, woman
or child in this city need borrow one when it rains.
With the most comprehensive showing ::
good umbrellas that we have ever shown, wi
prove that, even in the matter of handle
STYLE rules and changes-and that it is nol
necessary to deplete the pocketbook in . r le
to possess a handsome and durable umbrella
They are here for the schoolchild���for tr,
man or woman who wants a stout, long-
wet-weather friend, and for anyone whe tare
for umbrella exclusiveness and mod:-..:.--.
Cown Comforters, Blankets,
Quilts, Etc.    Best Values
Ever Offered
BEALTIFT'L    SATIN     DAMASK    QUILTS,    assorted
Coral and cnnventional  designs, two sizes:
Regular $4.00 and  it.25 valnw (size 78x96 in.) tor... $3.25
"Regular  $4.on and  J4-7B valor-s isize 80x108 in.) for     $3.50
Special lot of FANCY DRAWN WORKED RUMERS,
TEA CXOTHs. DOYLIES, TRAY CLOTHS, ETC. Regular
Price up to so.-;  today only, each 50c
EXTRA QUALITY WOOL BLANKET, white with pink
and blue borders, Blze 60330 in.    Special today $3.50
Women's Knitted
All-Wool Gloves
35c Per Pair
Warm woollen glove* in
splendid riuallty and bright
finif-h. Shown In shade? of
Navy, Green. Brown. Tan.
Grey. Cardinal and Black
and ���white. Also fancy de-
siL'Tis. Size* 6 to ly_ inches,
per pair    35c.
ASK TO SEE
Just inside thedc r.
10    dozer, onlj
Umbrellas, very preti
dies, plain are    ���
covers. Price each ... So
5 doz. or,!
'   -.  heavy tw: rs, sell
openers,   nal
dies.  Price, each :' 25
Children's S
las,    strong    :. i *ood
handles, extra r sai
covers.    Prtee ��� ~=c
Many      gtyles
eiad.- timbrel   ���
some handles
man  silo i   -
metal    natural    ���������
pure silk an I si
covei Inga Prici  5- '   5" -;
Neckwear Just Arrived
By Express Today
Another shipment of fancy   tailored   Neckwear.   Dutch   2:
lars,  Jabots, etc.   ijust inside the door.)
ORIENTAL    LACK COLLARS in black, wt.r
Prices, each __c a���d 35c
FANCY  JABOTS endless  varieties:    thi     :
sided effects being shown.      Prices, each 15c to "���--
DUTCH   GUI PL RE LACE COLLARS In whit
p,i��'3 65c t: $1.25
DUTCH    MUSLIN COLLARS   trimmed     wit]
Insertion  .35c to 75c
Christmas  Fancy   Work  and Fine Art
Needlework
Christmas is just a little short of two months away; it
i.s not a bit too early to begin preparing the Uttle glfl
which wiij mean so n nch  because    it  cornea    from  loving
hands.      Secure your wants  from  this  most     enticing  display.
Fancy SACHETBAGS In colored satins, band-painted,
opening prices  75c to $2.00
EXCELDA   HANI'KERCHIEFS, with  fancy  borders for
making  fancy  ba��s.  hair receivers, etc.
Prices    10c.  15c. 20c and 25c
FANCY EMBROIDERY LINENS stamped ready to be
worked doylies, centre pieces, tray cloths, runners, blouses, corset covers, belts,  etc.. all   prices.
WHITE   MUSLIN CUSHION  TOP  with  frills.  Price 65c
PINCUSHION  FORMS, all shapes, all sizes.   Prices
Each    15c to $1.00
...25c
��fe%<
/#W
CUSHION    CORDS, all  colors.    Price, yard
CUSHION    CORDS with tassels, all colors.
Price     25c,  65c, to $1.00
CUSHION COVERS in fancy canvas, duck and art
denims, all shades, poppy, roses, violets, daisy and floral
designs;  all  tinted to work.     Prices 25c, 35c, 65c, 75c, $1.00
S. COLLISTER I CO.
. b, i
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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