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,NgllRANCE
m   ruiLESl&CO.
.,_/ uuPRTMIN^TEK,   B. C.
r.r
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
?6Q Colurrbia St.    Phj.ne.B5.
WKDNES^^^^^^^^BoVEMnER 3, 1900.
FIVE C-.     g M'Y.
C/? I 'S.H1SG B
RIDE POLIC}
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v.i      A
RENO
GOOD   FOR   SPECULATION.
Publication    of    c. N.    R.    Cont
Causes Flurry at  Enrjlish Bluff;
Hat'
{.ouncil  Has,
The ahnouncemei    thi    th    Can
/io,     Miirtiiirn   Railwa    i    I    ru
i EnHiui   BlUffs bn    ne    b lb ������'
i it    effei i on  propel I    I    thi    n��igl
itoriiooii      Since   Premii      ':".  ;
mad    lhi    IttrpoWfthi    ��������� ncemet
n 'Hit    'n',nv Speculators   ani     other    h -
.   'I. r|U AgamSt U. IVI. ��� vkifeei  th,.    Delta    trtbtn    I    i	
lu * 6 land     In    the   Wdntl     o     Em li
...     ; ,, .fh Bluffs. W. .1   Brandritl    '���    Kiel    '
I property    th't      hat bee    a
I reached with o-*/ r        buj
,   oottoi   preswen       i been reported' tha   M    KlrMan    ha
couni     again received j t-.ii.,,,���...    ,-    mm    acre    bn    ���     	
tlon fo   Richmond  rldlu     Urmarto   ,..    >.   shtalne       this     l
fa.    :������      * ������ -������       ���   ������
terested  havi     ispo
pref<f I' O ,-,   ,. l.e
merit-
lv
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001
(tt   "'
I   mnum'alf
held m the Conser
Ji,-   ' ' r-ll"!'    6tre*<
��rw    ,. , i'i   StiOl    Wil
,       V.        el'l K.'IM        ������
nra     unanimously
ennvenlion    Wl
Nati ia Geographic "Society
0 I S Satisfied That He
Reached Pole.
Wai hin     '   ��� Commander
���  ���'������ ���    '     'eai        II     	
'   " ';       ^e   TO     x       '  ���
��� :    ���     th     '���'       C   ������ ' ���
..... I,.
mm mm
i.f(inra;- '>mmY
rivuw ll iL.U     I   livi   1.111  I
ALLEGED   SLANDER.
DESCRIBED AS' 'WILD
AND UNCONSIDERED"
Purchase of Adjoining' Lot
Will Facilitate Construction of New Building.
^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^Pr.nry'a '.' ��MM___-------\
Tli                      . . Lhe Royal
Columbl         . . I .      hased
I   .-          .' ,,      ia half
land 3pital
. .   .    tlie area
ly h; seven!
':
f conteeste-;
standard-bearer at the
1   ,,   ,1 t.       Hit    fWittl
laj   e..,nln,.
Strom   f.onosltlon
Cotton's   renomlnatlon
I perpon.il      	
       -���    ��� iclel '-rday
��� ���      11  had
m tl     to        the world.   The
lanagers to
I
ig i ew build I
!     . 11   in
any way   ' atienU in
Coquitlam   Dam     Controversy    Cause
of Another Action.
An action  I. ....
 >i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
gainst J. Ii. Gi ani, |	
��� oi    ft.      1       tt-1 1 m
o ,. 0 ,a meeting oil Charles Hibbert Tupper,
al  Qui en .     n  Octobei   L6, the
pri leetlllnll.. . :
i,d standing of
the   ..   ..uu., 1   Company.  .Mo
1 .  lips, Tiffu. and    l^aursen   ��� -'���   ���
.'.    be ��� ,     are ^ctin , to '
,..
��� il
Ah.   ',..., . ���.      .���   ...       1 ..   Ig e
BOll(   .... hi ...   e ip        ..
��� lam,  nt.,    .1 e   .   ,,   _, op
Lifelong  Tory,   Issues
Stinging Denunciation.
A staggering     idj      >w; equal to
u uoi suj'pas ni 1 it iutlicu'j _j
tim resignation u n. c 1 mo, aa-'
'.ui/. Taiiow, wa deal 1 to 'he m��
Bride govermuuai yesterday, when
""���"iTTi.""" "\ -���"-���""-""Y1" "t",; -., CUarlea Hibberi Pupper, meal
i������.. .ustruction ot a dam      rarl ���,,.���... ���_, .. _____-_-_-_--W
lhe li
(or bi 	
SI
\,   Woodwortb 0
a l
________M 1
[.  upporton wen 01
largi   numbers     Mi     Carte
on trolled the votes
numbei   di   tin    dele
tin  : [invention and wa.   ac
'Wnl., tn, nomlnntloi   h-. a maJorit>
hullo   standlni   Bl   toi   Mi
ret,)!.',1   ugulns   3    toi   Mi    Wood
fcrtl
U,   e-1,,-., nr 1 1    supporter,    hai
Mdentl:   ��� ;i)ectei    to   obtain    the
Catioi   In   him   and   then    \ - ���
jojBiii.e-ii elini   when the r< 1 u
wai   fleolared
fcoiiwor :       wevffl   tooh  his dnfont
HANDS I1I1WN -IMMi.M; STS
in i.nNit-.;iiCTESTPii wses ! rrs ri���r^i^'",r;;���^ r^: fi^ ^,i!^:"",,,nu -"- c""al,uc'
ty  here November  1 ' ���������;,. lone ti
It waspointei    -   I Igi    that 1       :! have �� in band.
I     proofs been 0.       ' ���'       '',',,. .      '   .""
Hi    tlon 1 ������   hi       '������'���:''. I. ai      ������������
 ., . ... is promised in smaller an .   The
: ��� t, includin
Endorsement Likely. tim 5120,
'      .     ..     1. .        .     ��������� .''.''
"������������      dml "    '   ���      ':    '    '... . k is sti rted.
hi     ���   pul 11    sti I -   ���     -    ���'     "i I-      Tl        chi     '       igagi     an   prepar-
In hi   '     ���' '���'':.         '       '"'       ���       '       , ' ��� bl   '       '11 be coil
01 1...   -       Thi      ��� ' . '' '.    '       I   " " ������
I     li   del In l 1   ��� li -   :.    ' 1    '���''.'"
Pen    '    ������'    ���'    tal ���   that the board, on November IT.
there !��    no    differei 1   mj   the.
His   Honor    Judgi    v��.>>vj     Finds   In
Favor   ol   Plaintiff'    '������    ������"!'���.
8tables v. Fader.
mi
POLICE FKAK THAT
MURDER WAS DONE
Judgments were handed down ;
1,.. -ih.    1,     'mi,..   ; [< 1 ���,    ii    hi   casei
11    pultoi    ���������   Fade   ani   Stable
I'eeilp
ir   'in   forme     cast   I hi    |udj 1
statet   thai   1 h��    weighi  0     1 'id ������ ������
tended " sh(��   I hi    tht   plaii   I
;r   iiu emploj 0   ei..  defendai
niitiat'f'tnetii   fi!   H   I.������"'������     .<...,,i.,,
at emu! i'o   ai could lie expected,  >,ni] thai th< defendant noi beinj  sal
j tlu imnilnutioii was; made nnari    i>.iir-(i   dlsoitesed   tht   plaim I        ' ������ ,_^_^
^^_^_^_f_^_^_^_^MMMMM
1 :pe "���   ^',''
hii   t ���'��� ���'��� ta
!'���-���.       di clined
Ini
posit!   ply  1
Reglmenteal   Smokei
'.  ' . lng the members 1
fl B Companies, Sixth D, C   O
ten
0 the Capital.
���. :������ ��� teflreBI   v as;   ;irrnisefl
I ���   announcement  Oial
���   ������ . .      ot     Vi; :���
(Jmiioui       ��� - intention o! stand-
��� Stltoeocj   as an 1nde-
(ofci:     Mt   Morley    while  mavr.t
ished      nasetl   as   a   reforrao
��__.       j-  fi.llowini: in Victoria
t__\\ :c     the    ltihor    and
There is  .1  pOMribll
���    tl mpl will b.^ nia.'. ��� to
ive his Independent
stand    on   the  Liberal
vrlll be drawn up nt the
irentlon 1     ���   held In tb,   Capital
1 ne,   member for BiQUI
Win the last house, was yesterday
ftnlmously   renominated to   itand
'that constituency  In  the Liberal
Interests nt the coming election!,   He
H   Pooley, son of Hon
��E, Pooli i
At Kamloop*.
From Kan loops    comes word  thai
Be Conservatives of that riding ,i;i''
IJ  !���  Shaw   as theii  candi
c \- ��� . ation at which the
ide there  ��a�� 11 Mi
fight eo     Mr.       Shaw   and
:' e.f   Kamloops,   Mr
^T -i .  nomination  by *
p two  out  nt  seven* v
IWes. [j  standing tor
f in the   Uhersl te
fttSi
plaintiff  was  entitled ^^^^^^^^^^^^
ilu     time he    had    served, and the! declared,
cuss his testimony before the commit- [p, .      ��� . imoker
In "        . V , by ii
les.     At a meeting    of   officers and
is nothing 1 can say," he
 [��  'vln  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
 .  _  .    toax,    ^t, J'.'^Yrt ! or elticldntf ���   ���    tl '      -. .
������""0,">   ���'���   ��� ' ", 1 the invitation be accepted
���lurttrnern   foi   the  amount   wa? jri^e^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^|^|^|^|^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i^^^^^^^^^^^^B
for thr plalntifT with costs to da'- 1 do not Know   aM that the impanle
the defendant   ������     gel   thi    "''    '    '      '        bug!   '..       parad     1   '   ���   ..      ening
and  naturally  I  won't    discuss that, a^ the Drill Hall at 7 o'clock, march-
payment, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,-ostiV nibveqiien.  to the filing of^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
dispute   Bote,   onr   arn.--       ti     ��� pOTHt.
ofl againsi . I h��   oth��     and Wtlmati Peapy Co'nfident.
jndemeni for the balance. tt was evident    from    bis manner
ing from there to the B. C. F.. R. If
I  .  . f Sixth.and (
'raining by  a spe-
ln  the case  of  Stables  vs   Padi      thai   (hi   expb        " lsfl d what clal car for Vancou Those wbo
Judge Uon;i<  hri.t ���.���-.   1      .'..       - ���     t-..   -���       -    -    .,,,\)) attend the sm ker are rei
of the piMntilf ":<' justified    ind I  I        d '        '"".       e none   ..    ,,;   ��� . ;    com-
ijiirr-tton wa'�� onl;  ae to tht  .,uo.- ���   >��(<���..   t�� g 1    and  ci :    ' ly       1     ibi    In ordeej:
of the wage* to mip ome ot dlsinissal   ined '������i'" b '   ��� had madi acl       thai
Hut foi  the adminBlon ol ilabliitt  b.     '"���''  oi ,''- ���'  Ing tl
the pm me in e.i the monej Into couri _
it would have beeh Interesting stated
litm lionet. to consldi 1 " hi thei ihi
plaintiff, rtghtfull] dlsmlBsed would
have been etitltlf ���' to an. n agi ft i
the ourrenl (bonth ludgmenl was
given fm iii< plalntlH toi |Bfl 80 co9ts
1.1 be to date   f paj rtit nl   tin   nefeh
limil   io gel  the  ��� '^lc; smbse 1    ' ���
the filing of    lh)   dispute    note   	
amount to be c^' "rf Rgaihsi th   ��� "���
and  ultimate    |udgtm nl  f"  the bal
���iie ���-
IMPORTANT v
AWAITS Illl DOUMA
Hi// I\..ircii90 tfirucolf
fn   I .��.��/ llpiroec   Arp*r?*a.,a_i
Bi '������    I    " he 1 f tl
........,.  .1 .1..  1 ....        1     j      1    ..���
���      ��� *      '' O'-      I ''       Id.    t ������������--'
I  " '-i'" I '���   ������ the
������' an '-'��� ���-  ' ���     I''
���ttusefl  ���' I	
ilj    .' 1 :     tf thi '"
During hi   lifetime hi   ....
pose of his proj     ; ,   ',
'   '        yal tori ;.'".,'..
.......   . ...
favor)           ' ',      . o.
King '    ;  '. ' " -   '          tJi
...... the Belgian law, King  intention   of  leaving   ,,    hing
...     Ji8jn,    ....
..... ������.:'���:������
Dead Body of Pole  Found Lying in  a
Shack   Near   Aldergrove���Slain
By Bullet.
Under circumstances pointing very
murder, the dead body of I actual
was fou .    ' I   'JU^",.,   "' Via,".u
,,    v,   ��� '_,   , slated,1 provided th
V,,   V.   &   h.   fta ...       nnnncpH   to   tho   P3!l
oul  of Aid j   af-
The bodj.  which  . .      ' lenti-
t    it. Pole    111 i-i.'iit. at
found lying on the	
s 'bi   opposed io ';f.  ral waj pp tsy   f Uh
qV'e |t j government   Alter leading iMt. lk��w-
the oldest niul most Influential me
bera        ie ( em-.      tive party h> Uv
Don. ��� ' 1 ...  1. -      ...  ous;   un. etoi
e,,,,l       of   l.Ue    1 -i   !������    Pi   ���    Ml   .   I*
iui .  ;,   si Lngln.   .������ ii inciatlon of the
iy policy.
Wild and Unconsidered.
"Wild and  unconsidered,    Wejsa tin
termeS e.-^'vi ���-.  Bii     1    to tewserihe
������ agr<     ������in   ril    the c. N. h_
-.1 i- reading       Mr.       'auivser':
speech.' Ji.   aaid, "I could not support
the railway policy."
Sir 1 ii 11...- . u' 1.1 ir boldly su*
iiuunced In u a coi se I he -BUb
, ' thai ��� .��� i.i did he teel bio.
seit bound not to h ippot't Hie Mc
Bride govvi tmieni;. but. iltut hei �� iuhi
Efeht ttgainat It with ajl hw
vott Llber.il, m
at the Liberals are
opposed to the railway policy.' '
, lie I ,:u a Intei view in full ie at
follows, .^ir Charios having been
tibk'd il be would run as an imlepen-
deijl Conservative! replied
"I  am not In  public  life, and 1 will
not bn a candidate.     liowevor, i juh
until it bud been inspected by some-
natiire oi   the
wound hich    tin   blood htid
1  1:   nol   >..:'   knqwn.      A  short
distance away    from tl      bodj   war,
found a tv. jj      . ,, 1 ...  ..... 1    uh;. with
which   it   is   .  ��� , ( fcatal
wounds wi     ��� iflii    ^
 ��� thf tai '���. ,h$ han^a
of some other par1., .. Uetliei it i?
,. , ..    1   suicide . st     ���  iin,
but from    1     ��� 1        I the
body and ....     , it sei ma probt
..'.1'U ... 1. ��� . was niiifd ed, ;��"1
that his slayej h-ft bib weapon behind in Ids    m .���
,;. I     .11  .
Coj e      ���   Iti   ������. -.-���     ������"���������
notifit 1.       1 ��� - ���  1    1 'i "'.-'
and  1     ix.;;..   .        .. phoned
into ti       1 acial       mst  bie
Wilkie,    whi     immed   tei        ifl   ������ 1 j with a policy  supported
li    ,.n,       ,,, ,    1  the'
.     illj      ...      , eel
New Fruit Inspector.
M. Robertson.     '   '"   '  tettA, '
""������  3 ie* -,  naMta Rout��.
2 - ���'.' ��� ���     ���
I; ���   ,,',(,:;'.     I-,;'   the
nigitr wrwM    ���   1       uu��l  near Co-
Agrarian Law,, Freedom <*\��$jj^ *fM ***��<*'   m
tu
' triHi^H^
v 1     v.ii  nor
Religion and Other  Mar-
ters to Be Considered.
It Y Ml f!l PRliftN
- his duties, Wd'ay.    Mr   '
���      '
..       .   ���   ���������      ���    ���
.   , ? which has beer    P
in ���       ���       '" ��� '���    "
_^_^_m
���,,   ���       ���   ��� nd    ���    ������  '
v,v      ������-.. ��   ������ ������-   '     ��� ;���
,   ...  .   -   -     '���'���        '   '
��, ue marked by leg) Ih   on of a ** tn orchards
importanl ohwacter.   The session,  causes
g^    >etersbui
,>tn   seBBion of
ir
lumber
mob aa
wtient,
 e,
��� Miii.nl      mil      leu;
1..11    :-[|fi"itlnn    it
I   ���     iflltl'lHfd.
1     '���.     ;C.
ll     '!     Ibe
'I .^___W______mvc^,
r.    i���Tlie
jUIStlle,1   e't
atflrmed the jail  *'"���
lompers,   iin'sl'lenl
Joh. ,.:'���   1 an   "i.neivtlon ot Uaow
I    .   ��� ..i,...|     .iresidenl   Ol
,;.,    ��� ���.'"..'l.err..  B__   PTBBk
.',',,  "      '  retarj   ,.r  1H4   \1nericu1
���      ...ov        .-.nilcteri   of
IViJZ?   n       ;������'"���'<' "f violating an
;);   ,,:"' nbHshtn* ibe name (A
j..^;   '  ���>    ���   (tag* Company t*
I,,  '    "''    1 "     'ag    ruponeil  by  Jus-
Y.U'': hi     iirei-"Vie  .ottrt
''" ''''    t    loiliBHUfl  and the .-,-
pBttlit  V    "'"'1     ''   lh"   r,n,rt   "f   ;'T"
,...,.    '     ���"    IB1  l-t     .vhlch   luiriiieil
���      '   Bclslon    vilav.
I    Ild      (-till*.-. ee^l-^-ie^
lit "fact   will  he the  rtiow  ImportHrit
;������...   : larllament
,,������ jody  ��    ���"'���     ' ,;' '
��f   .I,.:."'--   le li ''     ''',r "" UM
:���.  aw  til   HvlolHbllH     ��l   >;���   ������
���ee    1     "	
nlon   lav -  >"""   ''   '" ���
,|        ���:         I 0| "o""'      "
;���.    ���.,. "-'     ,    ,
nnnm   ��   Ugl �� "";'   Z%��
uv .be -onsol 'i '     '"'   "
���,l       ! II '     I        '        '     '   '
n,e iMiits . ,   ;, ;���;;.,:
He   u >���'-    "'""     ' \
���,r e���,ii..ro.i Krimw    ���'1,"f';;,',n
One of  tbe tir��      ���-���...'..,-
rtkwj to take is tne
1
the
i'i: 1
noutna  will  he .,- ��� .lHm1n.
..xlension ol  ftU?Bia'i    ���..'"������'\' f ^.
Ut  province.   Vlhoru.    undei     ftjg
1 ('.ontl"nii��^^^^Bb���J>'
tuv
" Bsnteu
IV...
1  ill
oe of Oompers is for o&~
���   in,,
loiin Mitchell is spn-
.%.,,' '", "lne   uionthH    In Jail  nnd
h,"".      mtsnoefl 10 six moitifm.
n, ' ',|'"'"'   l   le rnurt of appeal*
I,.,,,,' '""���   y  issoolaw justice Van
������,.,     '"'     i"    'HieuiTert   in  bv  11H-
h,���.'   ""''      ohi,.     rnU't .iniii."
iv,,.'',., ' " '     itdrest   e!witi<iies IdW'li
���. t.. :""'      ���"���"     eo,n,,ared    with \ +
1   pies ee,v,-,ivea in thlMJ^
���
*
*
*
Tammany Wins-
New    York.    tfttV       --Tfcm
OSM   wns    fWWrtMM   tt   ^
,ivic eiecii<m�� w��fl*y.  '"'    2
I���Hvnv of .v,w York for ^
comttg   yrnr   ��ii-   ' ,.
William .1. Oay��"r      ",      lV.
nee of that organisation, owr
���' ���   :"' ' '   '
- per      	
��� '         I ������ 1   ���
   ������     ���     b    ''
able him       "   I    iis r   p msil^le
'���".. ' f:
etttplo" ������ ' lublii
NAHNE TRADE Wlll
iiooH rms WINTEt
Exalted   Mason  Dies. e.^^^^^^^^
John _  More- shipping, me
ser's speech  I  could nol  support  the
railway policy,
Denounces Snap Methods.
"I. look upon the bargaia imteio by
the ivernment with the railwaj ������ou��-
pany tin wild and unconsidered; ana
1 think p<ii; 11 he ,-,"\��tmiit.nt tatM
that view ol 11 aiso, owing to the lit
tie time which a   the people
to (insider it.
"Ii. bi rumored, bii Ctotwleej tiuu
.'im Biflj Liekv the platform in i>pihw��-
tion lo tlie government; is there any
e-oith in thm."
"That ig a ma1 tei 1 hm noi ��:u��
hubi-Hil,' replied Sir Charles without
lle'SJIlltilell.
"It is my inttiiiiori, Imm "ver, 'o
.,,,. Liberal," be coatln^ed, al't^r a
momentary Pftuse, "��ini 1 shall "U
1 ( whoji Llbeanal ticket. 1 am w*
1 liberal   hut when one fniln to uttree
      by   certain
candidatea one >.;ni unly expreln dis-
approval by v^tl ig ''���'��� thoet wbo we
in u;epoMliv)ti to that policy. I snaJi
IfOl Liberal provided the Liberate
irt ippasod to 'he Railway poiicar.
thou I ! bo not sot know how far
��� ���-.'.: nted"
Two Masters.
The    iutenit-w    Iuib    created    ti��e
-..,,ii st   ation in the gotaw-
imm campt iind baa added eiiiuiitou*-
ly ie the strength of th��J-4beral veao-
linn.     Nut ibe leasl signiflcant p<M��t
bai
 fujtm
of the Vancouver Province, which ��P
to the preaonl hai acci  dsd the mti-*.
Represent 16,000,000 Tons IgJJ ^L^M^t Z
  provinoe the nuestlon bus be n uaki*
how this Journal could bring ItteM ��
Lnulor., Nov    -���   A   gig otic inter- sappori  the   oonsnruotteon of   a ro^
��� ,i      ,     merabaa that for aeweral   Hundred  miles iw-
just  been  formed    here.    D^le^tes nib.-is the C   P. R-,  ami  which will
5hip owiieia   Federatlona undoubtedly afleoi    the   eur___m*>**
,'    rea    Britain,  Germany,  Holland, that railroad.     yeaterday'aIntern**
..   .,,.; .,,;,. ,d Sweden/repre. seems  the  beginning   .et  the answer
aenting      ������     than  16,000,001) tnua of to the (/iiestion.
VAST FCDfRATION
or ^iiiniwiiiPs
Wires  Down.
".   '     5t '      - '" Delegates  From   European ff^��^S^
  hlfc>t   nig" I   ilUOUl ^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^���
rt iv,b���i    Traffic i ��� ���     Countries Form Alliance
line wa-���  mt      .,    '     ��� ���   '      "y,Un'
:. ��� ���      ���
���  .. te.   the :'
Columbiai    . . ���"   ' ��� '���   ,u",ur'
led
i  iu  Loudon bwt week,
Has  Recovered From  Slackness Consequent on Financial Stringency-
Good Demand For Logs.
"There will he no sl.icl.nrto. ,,n
wxtevrrom  this  winter."  snld  \V.
Cllley.  ot iinicy   Irrott..  yesterdn--   ifl
leipteKt to a (|uery by the News.
bast winter the mtitorlfy of vessett
of the tleet on the hYaBcr river ana
In  fact  of  the  coast,   were  Ued  up
.    2.   grand   masti ,���       an< tlie iu'w federation iti
.'���..': '       :   ' ... ���        the Brltis!   ...
lied '   ' .....  (ed<  .... i I    In-
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... ..  ,      .,i   loni ol i  ���   vox Id   ��� ������'
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i       it  is uu...,  ... . u       '���
<i[    their    wiilile-i.. i     j.nn     -v
certain to    i  'o    omph tl -
The object^  nl tl     ���< >i i i    I ���
dedurcd tu be purely d ten .... it Ifl
"designed to rea} '���. ���������-..,.i.- ,.������<; ,u-
lacks which uiay  be madi:  hy trades
liH
The   Liberal   Policy.
railway   policy  of  the  Liberate
(Continued on Page Two).
DISTRICT EXHIBITORS
SEEKiNfi SPAM NEXT VFill
Applications   Already     Made   to   Man
agement of  Fair for Accommodation in  1910.
Although the provincial exhlbitiop
6i closed three weeks, already
I . el applications have been re-
iilveil for space for the district, ex-
1 bits tor next year, among those
making application to the manager
Iclntc Comox, Surrey, Armstrong ana
Mission.      The    flrst    is particularly
ORM BURNS
WHILE UNDER W��Y
un'tons and others upon the ship own-   Tank  Explodes,  but  Aviator  Btcaft*
<i>s'  (icved-'iu of contiiici iu the em-
nor ha*' a   plfowH' '
t|)>f���n(1
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Bf-   \'��n   OCilel
:h ',','1 !      '  rittil    lene Id whether
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thot.aand votes over h|��" ,*jg
ert rival, ono ��< ;"'\v��t
IdOMmatol   candidate.  wm��
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miilmiu of over seventy -bou
anil        rntler tit'
et it  \4 ree-anU"!
ble  ih��t   ll"""'1'
tlie   .lection.
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��� ������������������������������***
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��� I o*1iVk "to"'iacV of worl.;     This wns  not~ew"orthy Rowing^ to the" difflcultlea
��� I due htrpelv to the effects of the tlnan-
��� clttl strtngettcy from which tbe coun-
��� irt- was recovering.     Siiicc that time
��� conditions have not only become nor-
��� ninl imi healthy progress bas set m.
��� causing a strong demand for lojg or
��� I the ttilllf    and for    freight handling
��� Uenernlly. .
��� \   large-number  of new  tugs <*""
��� Ueveral   large  freight   rfteamers  have
��� I been built in the city during the sum-
��� I .tier  and    all are  finding    plenty ot
��� Uerk, without in any way interfering
��� ��� with the work of those which were
experienced in bringing Jhelr exhibit
over from Vancouver island, the display brought hore last month having
beeu  transshipped eight times.
Another disti let seeking repreaaen-
tation at the 1910 fair is Summerland,
a portion of the interior which has
recently won its way into notice, and
promlsos to make an attractive display of local products.
Copies of the Edmonton and Strathcona papers reaching the manager,
W. H. Keary, containing gratifying
reports of the Twin Cities' exhibit at
the recent show.
plyymeiit of labor." opei'atious will
be conducted from a chief office iu
London bl a ni.neial couneii roue
poiit'd ot icpi'i'si-ntalhes of the filial
organizations.
Ito's Assassin Taken to Seoul,
llarbin, Nov. 2. Indian Angan,
the Korean who assassinated Prince
Ito ot Japan, and his alleged accomplices, were removed today to Seoul,
Korea, for trial. Following their arrest by the. Kussian police, the prisoners were turned over to the Japanese authorities.
by Gliding Close to the Ground
and Jumping.
8an Francisco Elections.^
San Francisco, Nov. 2.���Burly this morning the result of
the mayoral election is sti
ln doubt. The votes are still
being counted, and all that is
known is that the race will be
the closest ln the history or
the dty.
��� ������������������ ������������������������������������i
Hamburg, Nov. 2.���Aviation wt
opened here yesterday with
nearly proved to be a fatal acci***.
Mrch.mii" Poipiet was making a
(light when flames broke out oa Mb
aeroplane. A moment later the ��������-
zlne tank exploded. Poquet succeeded in gilding to the earth, bat *���*
danger of burning to death wui *��
pressing that he jumped from tfca
aeroplane while it was yet some ������*-
teen or twenty feet from the grow*
Apparently his Injuries are not eei*-
ous.
Blood Flow* at Election.
Jackson, Ky., Nov. 2.���News
ed here late today that Tilden
lon and Ashford Josephs, Dei
had killed Demosthenes Noble, ���
publican, at the 8prlng Fork
precinct in Breathitt county '
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PAGE  TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNES:i'    ��OVEtoB.
Classified Advertisements
:  l��M
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO  RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
PEAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS. FRATERNAL. ETC,
f a nan had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cer-.s and did not let the pecole know anything abou: it. he would not s; ! a-y.      You mutt tell the people what you have to tell, why they ��hou,d    Furv-a..   ...
h'nj of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of ui have got the habit of thinking that because  we have been a  long tirre  in  bu*ir,ess  everyone  mini of n cessi-y   ^l'''' '"'���  Mm*
wares.      Use  the  advertising   cc:u-ns of The Daily Newa and  keep abreast  of the time*. "   a     a:'-'  ft  :���-_ ;(J.
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WANTED���A GENERAL SERVANT
thrf-e in tamlly. Apply Mrs. H. M.
Strelght,  50a Third avenue.
WANTED���SITUATION ON FARM
flrst-class milker. Apply W. K.
this    ':
FOR SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO R. T. PRINCE.    AUDITOR AND -'���-
ir  2'.-    ory.:".'~.   ��"ei! i'cot- :r.ak=. ce:.":nt--.r.-..      A':!'.:.?  :::aie.     S:s'-
,-.  .-     --��� iy    terms.      Apply   H, irganlxed.    Agent for the Hall Safi
���,...- .vow.. Offlce. Cd.    Room 9.  Westminster    Tra_
  block.      P. O.  Bos  79:
secon:--A..: ,..?:
FOR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-   PIANuS AND ORGANS TUNED AND IZZ ~~T~~~~~~~~~~
cedes, phtme 3?6.     The Pure Food;    repaired by your Ioca; tuner, W   E    rt r-   B   V  :. ,      .
sery   P. O   Box Ml Martin.   Una.  Bae���    city.      a  linei    and   Ui   k .... .��..;'���'
Martin.   Mi--.   Bac,
will bring him.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
ha__d goods      \
offlc?
coil
1 ****r4
WANTED���JOB ON A MILK RANCH
I;.   ������:.; erieni ��� ker.     A; ply J.
Ci rrie,  Victoria    BoaJ ding    H< ise
Sapperton.
FOR SALE���CHEAP. RETORT JEW-   H.  J.  A    BURNETT. AUDITOR ANI
eater,   iroH as   new: suitable      Accountant    Tel. R 128.    Room '
������ '"<im or hail.     For wood      Westminster Trust Bl    k
Box 16. Dail.  News. I =!-^
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
W.   N.   DRAPER.   B.   C   LAND   SLR- ------ ���^-^       I8TENOQRAPHY    I    -   --
West   COOKSLEY'S        PICTURE        P081 '    *      TPE*V
or coal
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
MTED���SOUTH   Al B
rar.--       gbesl    ish ]
Ger.- ral Secnritlw pat      Lim-
.treet, Vancouvei
2"  -
REAL   ESTATE.
v~v~v ~    ^ WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
"'"""''' -^---~---' -        R    j    McNeil.     Over   T.   Ovens
I  HAVE  BUYERS   TOR PE blacksmith  shop  on   Eighth  street
in ar.y part o. Westminster or E -        Ca.-r.aees built, repaired ar.i paint-
naby:     also     on    C llliwa ed.      All work g-naraa.e*-..
Gii -
P   i'   B  I    12   N  -   ������ ��� Btmii -'
ireyor. '   El.ard  ri'.--o-:.  New
minster   B   C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
cards are on sale at M Morey ."���
Stationery S'.ore. J. G. Gan:on s 'cigar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug 8tort
and  "The  Fair."  ColunU.la street.
ReT|J
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion S:a-
��� es.
WANTED���GOOD   LOT    IN   WEST-
minsti   . can pay f75 to $100 cash.
..  ?:' Give t ���"������
cular to H, Dl -���������-.   855, V.-.r.o .     -
WANTED���SMART       YOUTH     POR
office whi. la    ���    Ige o: Bhorthand.
A-; :���������  this o" e.
ROOMS TO   RENT.
TO    RENT���A    FURNISHED
room foT Bingli   Etentlemai     Home
comforts      a:   :-     ���-    R ya
nue.
TO  RENT���LARGE    DOUBLE   BED-:
roo::    - iltal -   I >r  two  z^-r.ib mi n
reasonable U ���-���  Royal ave.
CHIMNEY   SLEEPING.
CHIMNETY    SWEEPING   AND   0    r-
ter cl<eaning.     D. McElroy, TeL -
WHITE.  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
ty,  farm   an |   a i onr ban   : roj er:y,
_���'.  C    un .'i streec
Wy.yb. BROS   i: CO., LTD.. REAL ES-
��� -������  nnd insurant. Phone  3       '-"
���. "tree:. P. 0  d-iw*r 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B.  C
���P. B   P:owi   manager, P. O. Box
phOM   3S4.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. A   STANDISH   AN  EXPER-
irnced   an.   first-c'.as-    dreBsm  k
his :." I    ������   ::---" a-.:- j   "o-.    -
In  Boom  14, -Smith  I:    h   ���.
lumbia street   A :r:ai r-o.-o- ���
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers aid dy-rs. 145 Columbia Btreet
oe "R278. Tbe place where the
dirt and dust is removed from "he
f.vre?���not pressed in. Goods (allei
for ani delivered.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited. Front street, New ue.i-
minster. Ifsnufa turers of modern
saw and sblngle mill macninery,
Mi'.', plants ;-._i specifications pre-
I ared.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
t^rs and solicitor.?, Westminster
Trust Block. Columbia street. N-rw
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H-
L.  EdnKDnds.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY  TO  LOAN���I  AM PRE-
par.?d    :o advance    money  to any
amount   on    city     property  or  for
ting purposes.  Apply Dr. A. D.
Buchanan. P. O. New Weestminster.
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C. A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors. Barristers, etc.. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices
Roon -   . I   .ind   21.  Williams   build
FREEMAN     I
Guicl   a bl
OI :<
CUSTOM      a
Typewriting .,'
letters,    et
I -:..' ia Btre�� -
c
DJC.
the;-' es
CRYSTAL   TH
ia    streel
picture-,   :.   isn .    ..
OUS    SttT .     -" ;-;-
Monday   v. - ._( .
113 Granville street, comer of  THE ED!S>'.'N TH   ��~"-
Haatings street.
PACIHC REALTY CO.   [McADAM  &:
Irwin), sios��  iit.  P. 0   Box  174
Real estate as* Inanr���aa      Uen-r  -
to loan.  744  OKun-bia su-����t.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
MARSHALL 3INCL.AIR. INPUR-
ar.ee. r^-a! estate etc, Ll leeated for
the present at th�� o_\r;* of the Settlers' Association, B*gbie street, opposite wiaeie^sr Hotel
ARCHITECTS.
HE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
iealers in electricaJ mactin^ry.
flxtnres aid supplies, house wir:ne,
armature wiring motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
>soie Ml, P. O. Box ._%.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYL.NG. FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie ���*,
opp. Wind-or Hotel.
DRESSMAKERS.
W.  D.  GOODrEU>OW,  ARCHITECT, |
Hall-Lavery Block.
Dl I 5SM VKING ���SUITS     3K     TS
an I   : lists  7_��� R ���: ,-  -  -
; EDWIN  G.   W.   BAIT,  ARCHITBCT���
.���.on  lleck.    Telepkeae 331.
FURNITURE
W. E. PALES. THE FURNT11RE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker.
e"e-rn��r Aegnes and McKenzie streets.
Pb.rine 176   night call 81.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
3 C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Columl la Btreeet, N*w Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NUilSERiKS,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lak�����For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING,
I. HUDSON. WALL PAPER. ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house paint'ng, kalsomining. paper
hanging and decorat ng. Sirtd
.u.-eeet.  New  Westminster.
GEORGE   E.    MARTIN.   BARRISTER
and   Solicitor.     Guicbon   block.   Co-
la     and     McKenzie   St-.,   New
Westminster, B   C
1 _____________________________^^_^^_
PRINTERS.
Colun:" la     ���
moving  picturi --.
Program chai
lay an | Pi
R.1
TAIL0KS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY   GALVIN.  LA' U_-
k:nd of job pristlng. Midget loose
lf-af !ed.e--rs; Cewle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally  News  Bl��ek.  Sixth street
"~���nn^��������______���������������__���m���
RESTAURANTS.
"��� ':
luring.      A nt ��� �����   ������ ',.
inz; just in      i il        ul
Ing and repalriaj      ?ni ...
block.    Eat-ii ��� c�� ..
and 2S4 Clarkwri sl      ::> Rjj
'KENNY'S  RESTAURANT    &    CAFE WOODWCRKiSG
Tickets,   21   mealt  for   *4.       Home   ���~~-������ ---���
cooking. All white cooks; no Orten-  WESTMINSTER
tai labor employ^      Open day and
nieht      Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four eteurses, consisting of
soup, fi.ih. boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
e   './'.'        -i
Co., bank, office ��t: .:��-�� itn
cabinet, stair, sl weutt oa
: | df-t ii] work -H,.ii aid i
mates furslste-' ' Brtokc
prletor.      Work -_���- ' I A
and car line.     P. 0 t<i :'5l l?i
473.
m L0TM8I0
SUDDENLY VANISBES
th'
Pillar   cf   Pittsburg   Cnurch   Becorr.es
Engaged to T*o Worr.en and
Disappears.
Pittsburg. Nov. 2.���Interest over the
ol    Wi  C.  L.
ar.    aged    temperance    worker    and
< from ine    fashionable
r lan congregation, {
;        b< known
thai ���     ���   were at least two women
in eth<     mgregatlon who had promis-
'  -   brldi - ol the wld< irer.
I' - -    ild there are others   f thai   ���
in  the same church  who consi'.-   i
lelvei  highly favored  bj   l.and each bad expei        ..- ���: :.���
ing Mrs. Ulley.
Miaa Elizabeth \'olz, a prominent
member of the CivU club, fonnerly
a society editor and religions ��� '
for a Pittsburg paper, has appeared
as the "other woman" in the Lilley
ca*e. Ada Martin, sec. of tbe Firs!
Presbyterian Church and a teacher
in the Nortii Side High school, is the
young woman who up until yesterday
aeppenred to havi- the first right to
the affections of the 68-year-old Mr.
Lilley and Is the one he was supposed to hare intended marrying on Fii-
day.
Misi Vol/, cam'- out plainly with the
assertion that Miss Martin wan mistaken it she thought herself engaged
to Lilley.
"Why. Mi Lilley has been paying
me marked attention lor the past two
years, as all in the church know. 1
am "rtaln that he was not engaged
to Mill Martin, Why. be would tn- a
deceiver If this were bo," said Miss
VoU,
Described as "Wild
and Unconsidered"
(Continued from Page One.)
was plainly set forth by Leader John
Oliver In an interview given in Vancouver yesterday. He remarked that,
as a matter of course, an.v railway
company proposing to build in British
Columbia Or In any other province,
would treat with the government, the
party In power. "I have repeatedly
Haid," he continued, "that we are not
opposed to the coming in of the Canadian Northern, but are anxious to
bring it in. Tlie difference betwepn
us and the McBrlde administration is
purely a difference of method. Our
belief is thai the great importance of
this difference of met hor! will be recognized by the people, and that we
shall be given an opportunity of dem-
istrating    the    superiority
bod we advocate.
"My proposition would be to gf-t
���  -     Dominion    and    provincial
o!ies for the road from Ye i ������-
down the North Tho:: :-
Kamloops; then by way of Nicola
'.. ������ to Merritt up the Coldwati to
tbe summit, down the Coquahalla to
Hope, and tl ence to tbe co
"I understand the Canadian Nor-
' ten ol ������.- t'i building through the
Hope mountains on account of the
grade. I look ';;'<'n the pass thr' igb
Hope mountains as one of great
importance. if the Canadian Northern is not prepared to build through
that pass upon receipt of a reason-
abb- subsidy. I would advocate that
the road through tbe Hope mountains
should be constructed by the government as a government road, connecting with the V.. V. &. E. and th<- B.
C. Electric railroad? to the wes- ol
tiie Hope mountain?, and with the
V.. V. & E��� the Kettle Valley Railway and the Canadian Northern Railway, to the east of the mountains. If
were done, running rig!.-- could
- ��� ted to all these roads, on a basis
similar to that on which rights of a
: character are given to run
over the railway bridge at New Westminster.
"1 may say that I have good reason
to feel sure that a Dominion subsidy
can be obtained for the Canadian
Northern, providing it adopts this
route, as a road through the Hope
mountains Is looked upon by the Dominion government���and it is so
looked upon by every one acquainted
with the situation ln the Interior���as
being of great Importance to the development of the proving". On the
other hand. I can see no reason for
expecting aid from the federal government for the proposed route, especially with part of It paralleling the
Orand Trunk Pacific, a line Which
will cause development in tbe province for a period to which no limit.
as events move In this province can
be get.
! "The blggset objection to the McBride government's method of aiding
the toad is that it ties up the credit
of the province to such an enormous
extent for an Indefinite period, which
would make it impossible for the
province to provide assistance along
the same lines for other roads. It
simply means. In effect, that by this
agreement, the electors of British Columbia are asked to hand over to the
1 Conservative party, which happens to
be nt present in power at Victoria,
i financial credit which will effectually
put a brake on railway development,
in the province for an Indefinite period.
"I do not take any stork In the
proposition to run a car ferry from
English Bluff, one of the most exposed point on the eoast, to Vancouver island. Immense expenditure
would be entailed In making a harbor
and building ri breakwater In a situation not at all adapted for the purpose. What ond could possibly be
served by this part of the proposal.
especially when there Is fifty miles of
waterfrontage on the Fraser river, as
well as the waterfrontage on Bur'ard
inlet?"
S.S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will lea\e
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner West-
ham Island and way ports, returning
to New Westminster or: following
day. Saturday, returnin.: same evening.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Trips wiil be made to Steveston as
busin<e3Bs warrants.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply  to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
MAKE YOUR APPdAL to the public
through the columnt of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
FRONT  STREET
is the pla<?e to buy or sell new a I
b cond-hand goods of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY JABS :
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
Tl ey are new.
We also have a splendid large case
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sal�� at a bargain.
We can't begin to tell you all we
have, but no matter what you want,
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND -HANDj STORE.
Jo! ;mbla  St.      "Man on the Wheel.
P.
HO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
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Lowney
's Chocolates
Fresh this week.
AT
RYALL'S
5
THE DRUGGIST AND   *
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
������� ������������ ���4***+**��* |
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia  Street.
40 New Edison Records i" ��^sss
For November
Now on Sale.
No  2>^-frtars ,?,"'! s' * Fo,*ever (march)
rvo.  jsh���Just  Plain  Polka
No. 290���Gypsy Airs 	
\o' w~,Pansifs   M";|"   'nioughis'Dear".'.'.'.
no. zb6���Lasca
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HEREARE AFEW0MD1ES
-e.7-J������ I,,.,,.,,. ,.���. B��ttie,Mitti'."mil oSSmWo
  Sousa'a Band
Ada Jones and Chorus
    Albert   Spalding
    Manuel  Komain
��� ���   Kdgar L.  Davenport
'lun us
WE   ARE   READ
IY   TO
SHOW
. -, huv 0ur
you how It Is cheaper to   ���   ^
high-class   building     ma,er'aS
than it I. to purchase the P��
er    kind.      We   can !"<>���<"  ^
buildings MM  ����� ��"
na.s   that  never  need
We  can  point  to ��-   ^
that need repairs an
But thev were not bum <"
, , <5(v    wtie"e
materials.
chi'
/*""_    T^^__i      M     fl������\      materials.
'I     Mm _W     eheapness IM-
GILLEY  BROS., It^
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEW m
u0H
ESDAY.
N0VEMBER  3,   1909.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE,    "f
naS Oil Stoc
Cent
v.
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3 5
0
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on Tuesday, October 26th, and willlreach $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 HAVE THE 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.
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B. C. REPRESENTATIVES:
AULD, GW1N & McCLARTY
614 Hastings Street W. Phone 4327
SEATTLE OFFICE:
330-331 PIONEER BUILDING
Phone Main 5865.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
|SYN0PSIS   OF    CANADIAN    HOMt-
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
J Any available Dominion Lauds With.
p.- railwaj belt in British Colum-
I'o ��� iteaded by any per-
lioii wno i, -.-.. sole head of a [amily
I1' ������ ;  is yeara ol age, io
���iei- extent ol  one-quarter section  of
I'        -. more or less.
I Entry must  be made personally at
l; . otlice tor tbe district
\t ' ��� md a situate.      Entry
m proxy may, however, be made on
|'v:' ��� .on litlons by the taWier,
Itwther, Bon, daughter, brother or els-
|Kr o[ na Intending homesteader.
I The homesteader is required to per-
Iwn the conditions connected there-
I'lili under one ot tue toiiowing
I (lan.:
d)   At leasl six months' residence
Pp��� and cultivation of the land on
v     ������ a '���-��� three years.
w 11 the father {. or mother, lf tne
e, ,i^ ���( l)le homesteader
J.    ' e i nin in the vicinity ot
I ���      ! oe   red im'. the requirements
Js lo re idenca may  be satisfied  by
I won residing with the lather
* mother
' l! l!"    ���')'���,. baa his permanent
;' upon  farming  land  owned
"fMrn in tl ��� Ti.lnhy or his home-
��� requirements as to residence
W li" satisfied  by  resilience   upon
Be nta   ,i
ii itlce i�� writing should
:' to ih,. commissioner of Uo-
""���n hind:, !U Ottawa of Intention
to*PPly tor patent
1(.'':'1 Coal mining rights may be
J**��� "or ,i period of twenty-one
U    *' a" a,mual rental of V per
thin more   than    2t>('��    ilCres
'<'   in. leased  to one individual  or
S' ,,i,ny-     A royalty  at the rate of
- rents p,.r ton shall be collected
"�� me merchantable coal mined.
iv.,,, W. W. CORY.
" ���.�� of the Minister of the Interior.
��� - H--rnumtiorlzert publication of
I ��� advertisement will   not be paid
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do so after
tbis notice, must take all the risks 0l1
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk-
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd.'190'.t.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuame & Co-
flour AND FEED MERCHANTS.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated lb69)
Capital Paid up $ 4.700.000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
In  and  out  of  town  accounts  solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domeetic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F.  SHUTE. Manager.
JPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Owner Eight* Bt ant   Fifth Aveai��
PHONE 17a
���OWELL _ ODD*, Proprietor*
LA|ND REGISTRY  ACT.
��the Bouth half of the southwest
N *;. "r S"r,1��n  26, Township 16,
" wMl minster District.
Jcju ���?a* i)ro"f o( the loss of certain ���..;" u,k' Number 12.179P, issued
lliour hm_ nf Uobort Fuming Sey-
Xut\,, lKH11 fllpd 'n tli's office.
at tl,,,' , here1jy Kiven that I shall,
the i|lt Mll,llllf,n of one month from
of, ln "' {"the first publication here-
the dtv �� newspaper published in
a dunlir ' " Westminster, issue
hs | Cl"' "f the said certlllcnte, un-
b" tn-ui,' ." meantlme valid objection
'" t0 me In writing.
n. C. S. KEITH,
Una   rtrkl Registrar of Tllles.
mins,'  ''f^'ry    Offlce,   New  West-
'��� "���'���, October 11, 1909. 242-..G
Mall Service
Following are the hours ot de��P*tca
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, tlie *W*E��2
each case being the hour of closing.
which la half an hour, as a, ���"����JJ"
fore the actual despatch. A1;^;
unless otherwise stated, are '183^'���
ed and received dally exwpt MM**
The only malls disi>awb*d a*��
celved Sunday are th.' a. w. ��-
and C. P. R. ��Mt malls, not lncludmg
the way mails, Sapperton, W"
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
6:00 am.  (closed at eleven ocioca
the  previous   nlgbO-Vancouver    via
CJ. N. R. Owl. victoria via
8 a.m.���Vancouver and \ ictorla
B. C. Electric railway. w
First 0. P. R- east taking a11 P^��"
east including Langley and d ��"c
The   mail  for  Abboibiord and  ^
New Furniture
Business
We sell direct from the manufacturer to the public.
SAMPLE  ROOMS:
Nos. 2 and 3 Dupont Block, over "The  Fair."
A. S. DENNY, Columbia Street, New Westminster
trict, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, ami Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
s a.m.��� lilalue aud Seattle, including all U. S. points east and lOUtn;
aud Hall's Prairie, t'eruridge and Ha*
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, 11a-
selmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays   and  Saturday*.
11:00 am.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric 1UU-
way.
12:30 p.m.���StrawDerry Hill, Tim-
berland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaoy, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer montns close at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, fort
Guichon, Westham Island and Sunbury, dally except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mall despatched and received via Vancouver.)
2 30 p.m.���Vancouver and Fiper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nleomekl, ana
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuwday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyn��-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4.00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. SaO
nrday an extra mail is deej>atc-b"ed to
Victoria via Vancouver at ethis h.0��r.
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, via O. N. IC
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. U.. east, l'ia
nor Mills. This mall takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port McKxly, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chiiliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
Lytton, 1-lllooot, Bpenoes' Bridge, Nicola and dlMriet, and all points vast
except Kootenays.
Important Business
Awaits the Douma
Malls   Received.
C:45 am,���Blaine ami Seattle, including all V. S. point!, via U. N. It.
"Owl."
8:20 nni VattOOUVer and Victoria
(except Tueoday), via U. C. Electrio
Railway,
9:00 to 10:00 am.���Strawberry H1H,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
tf: SU a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via O. N. R.
10:00 to U:00 a.m.���L*dnv>r, Port
Guichon, WwMham Island and ('i'uea
day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer 3. C. bruce. (Steveston despatched and reecslved via Van-
couver.)
8:40 a.m.���-C. P. R. east (flrat train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam. t
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
*:30 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blalne and Seattle, including till TJ. S, points.
(Continued  from  Page One.)
measures thai will receive early attention include one tor the reorganization of fishery rights on Interior
lakes and rivers and the measure for
normal hours of labor for handworkers, providing for a twelve-hour day,
with two hours deducted for meals
and three for school attendance tor
employees of school age.
The upper house will be busy With
the all-important agrarian law for the
dissolution of peasant communes,
which passed Ihe Douma at the spi'lnn
session, Ihe several measures ou religious toleration, ana the bill reducing the long list of civic and religious holidays. The agrarian law, it
is expected, will be adopled without
trouble. The toleration bills will
probably be passed In a modified
form, but the proposal for the reduction of holidays seems doomed to failure, as the whole weight of the orthodox hlerachy is being thrown against
It now.
The consolidation of rural holdings
bill, which is next on the program, will
be pushed through as quickly as possible.    The bill ls regarded as oue of
the most  Importanl  on  the agenda.
The  peasant  holdings  are at   present
often split up and scattered in small
areas over the lands belonging to prl-
vate owners or the slate, preventing
economical working The bill authorizes the consolidation oi these areas
by exchange With owners of adjacent
lauds.
Financial measures, Including the
Inheritance and Income tax bills, and
the measure for the reform of the
local courts will round out the big
work of the session. In addition
Ihere are sevaral hundred minor bills
awaiting  discussion.
SLUH ON SAVANT
ENRAGES GERMANY
Opinion   of   Curator   of    Berlin,   Who
Bought It as Antique in England,
Regarded as Infallible.
Berlin, Nov. 2.���German art circles
are hot wiili mingled derision and indignation ai the statement of Charles
Ceeksey, of Southampton, England,
that the life-size wax bust, recently
purchased by Dr. I.ode, curator of
the Kaiser Friederioh .Museum here,
was the work of Richard C. I.ucas, an
English Bculptor and not a production
Hon of Leonardo Oa Vlncl, as Dr.
Mode claims. Dr. Bode's Infallibility
is part of the creed of the German
Art Amateur, to whom it is unthinkable that he would make a mistake
involving Germany in the loss of
many thousands of marks.
The bureau of the museum, in Dr.
Mode's absence iu Florence, has rushed tO Ills defence with a statement
that the whole affair ia so bolstered
by absurd arguments tiuw ho sertoua
Investigators could even thing Of examining the objections raised. The
mere assertion lhal Mr. Dueas placed
the bust  In  his garden  is cnoiiehi  to
kIhiw the spun prompting them,
Tl e Lokal Anselger also flies   to
protect Dr. Mode, attributing ths U'lg-
i llsli   doubts   to   national   Jealously  be-
' cause of Germany acquiring i beau
\ til'ul  work  of  art.
The Tageblatt,  whiob  has already
expressed  the opinion thai  tbs 'ace
! of the bust  Is certainly  modem, now
��� says  ll   awaits  the doeumentaiv  evidence promised by both Dr. Bode and
Mr. Cooksey.
FUR COAT SAVES
YOUNG LADY'S  LIFE
Toronto, Nov. ���_.���Aboul 10 o'clock
last night as an east bound Queen St
car was passing Peter street a window of the trolley was shattered by
a revolver bullet of small calibre,
which lodged ln the folds of a fui'
coat worn by a young lady, whose
name could not be ascertained.
The bullet pen^rated the outer covering of the garment but there its
progress was tayed and she escaped
injury.
From the course which the bullet
took the shot must have been fired
from an upstairs window of a house
on the south side of the street.
There is no suggestion that the shot
was fired with intent.
The occupants of the car were badly frightened.
STEMMING   TIDE
OF   EMIGRATION
Stockholm, Nov. '2.���With a view to
stemming the time of emigration
which threatens to deplete the country of agricultural laborers, u national Subscription has been started to
obtain funds for loans to laborers left.
unemployed after the recent strike.
The loans are Intended to enable tho
purchase Of small farms and wlll bo
made repayable within ten years. The
fund wlll be administered by the
antl-Emlgratlon Society of Sweden.
IT PAY8 TO ADVEMTltK
Fortifications For Sydney.
Montreal, Nov. 2.���According to a
statement, made by a high authority,
the Canadian naval defence sehemo
will Include the fortification of Sydney. As the coal for the east coast,
must practically all come from Cape
Breton, to leave the fields undefended Is out of the question. Experts
have already gone over, the ground,
and although It may not be announced nt the opening of parliament It ta
known these plans are already under
advisement.
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WEDNESDAY.   NOVEMBER
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AFTER   THE    INTERVIEW.
TV- Saturday Sunset oft preoclaims
itwHf zr.  Iz.ii'-Xi-TA'-:.-  {onrna
Uun once  ��ve have had son:e suspi-
aon  tha-   '.:   --���>--.  lo:   so    ��� .-   :o:.-"-:
UuU  it--   .-.".a Lag err. ���=-.-.-.   a: td   I    lecy  sa
vared '' ��� :; o- .:::-::.
kas  been   confirmed  by  :-r.e  remark-
ibte  ri?r.-.-about  turn   :;.    ement   '.-'
muMj    contemporary ha1;   fast exe-
c��u-(_    Tbe bow and whj    .' this dei-
teroa= i  Ite face Is i
��at thai  It    - mn       =
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We srfll ���rith the
plain I.
In   IU Od -     -   "
Soi.ie> ��� I -��� D
Bnd��-
tioo  ���
than a        : njuror
��� nuneot should be defeated sod
;.   of Jor.n Oliver  were
- idopted British Colombia _.:���.:.'���
be a large ealr.^r. H:s :
��� ... - ��� ���:' ;- Monntaiii Une '-'���
���a.   GovenuBeat   undertakiL?   ia
- ..    - _  -    - ��� -    tttfaoegb    :���  ���
-    ���   U    :.:=  policy   ol    BCBi I
.    .       -.-.--.    wisest one.     I*-
|    -     -'  ��� ��� --.--"'-   -      ;  *'"
j ; .development in Brtt-
la and It Bight result In
a more prac-tica; railway policy for
the T"   ..-.o-
1   Ii   ;.=   good,  soncd.  non*--:   erW-
 -   -���'��� ngth o* tnrth al
II       ~    mm '. so ." leed thai  ll  was
evidently r '    ' - ful to the Pr���
;-���:-.     lost i     time
In   setting  the Tory wire  pn -'=  ��-:
������    -.' ���" - : :r. "--
-.-���-;- th nit      "To a '���'- -���
tnal    friend    Pro--.--    McBride    ex-
s-.--. -_���:-���' ;.d ::.--: l:~
- :   ��� Uk   -    -  the  railway  policy o'
..:? G          ���',''- ~- '������'- the eom-
ug elect   ���        ���--���:-���:���-'   ----'
-������ .  .   friend,  we  wor.der
W. J.  Bowser, whose    --
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ire  and    spoliation."    ard  wl   -
.-   should b* :'   md nailed
a-n door on the morning    -'
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"GET   THE   HABIT"
-   e
the Van    iter convention on Moi
Prei avinced that as fai
ncerned I done his best
aisht  that this wa .
the (,--.: e of the provti "."   ���   :   ���
lowir: %    i
page ol  ' .:    ���:._* pendenl
nry  dei ... ...
of its criticism:
The i dlway poll ry ol the   !    ���   '-���
mer.-   ..-   , .
q-uat--   and  so   .   . -'     - "    " ������     '.-"..������
eon::.. ; ii     :. ... - ���   .- -  ��� y it had s:  strongly
-   .  Ij    ���  .    . "    the r  ite ��� :
��� -   ?���-:..    -     : =w��vred
the    ���. ���   .   stano       -.-..   I
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lesired end "
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Telephone 580.
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Apples ���
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i ents      I-  will
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V/e hav;   its
day.
Sse our
Fish
IThe Pair
COD.
HALIBL'T.
SAL VON,
FRESH   HERRING.
SOLES.
FRESH   BOILED  CRABS.
Smoked Fish
Appei zt'i   '-.-   E-; = K'ast.
KIPPERED   HERRING,
BLOATERS   (Yarmouth   cured
FINNAN   HADDIES,
SMOKED   SALVOS.
EASTERN
FRESH
SHELL
OYSTERS.
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Tac e
Vegetables
C-cced ,NecK Scuasr. Bcs-
toil V3--IA Fat Scuasn. Hub-
zi'l Sc-ash. Vegetac e Marrows, Caui!co'*ers. ari a ������ <-s
cf fresh  vegetables.
&46 C'Olumbia Street.
' - :.. tor cash -ni sell for tbe sarr.*
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
:.: TS     MADE.     BOOKS     OF    AC-
COUNTS    OPENED  ON   APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
��� GENT FOR THE HALL SAP��
V.'e are offering quite a number
Carpets.    Oar stock oi tbe    ���
f��� .- "'.  :.
Ti:.' be*
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tne above u i
so c:.oic~ thai  :���   .
latest  irriva
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S33.00
CALL   AND   SEE   THEM
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. C. BOX 795.
LEE'S
Furniture E
Lee's Block, Cc'..-
e co. 1  XEW WESTMINSTER,
mporium
B.C
Fraser River Fish Co.:
Hall. ���
sior..-     .    .    .
Be ���������    Ivi   - ���    ;:;���:.���
_i ���  ���  first Klar_ce    II .; ....
sad '    - mi   ��� i tenl   -;    .    - ������ "  ���      estion:
. - ������ ;   ���:.'��� C. N   b.
f thi eeecause it d<o<es par-
stmosl    totallv   fai     ���
��soio      Urect route 'I    thi   Slmill i-
mf- r.    nd tbi   : b      n:
At H< | ������    tbi T ila-
mwr in 1     Bimill la j  ���: -b-
mii'-r      fei ���   ������        It on tbi
wfaicb  v....        run  under the Gov-,
em rr..-.-.-. i    alleged    policy will  n*-
rs ������    '������--:.;      ','.'.������::..���������
Spf-r.o . Hr;.]K'- and unless the Kel
u<-   . .......Aa;.  beconu - ���& I    '
or the   .'.. V. & E  Is ��� ...' I
to v. ���     iver, I
Ni''.
tl.' ���   lay.
Tbi   C   N. i'.   di ��� '
V-r-.- .    ���   ���
Dow:    -
nc i , ���
Berv<-fi.        Tlie    C   I'    B     a
pivf-e- communication ��..,:..��� tbi
���er on   	
B. C. Ra   v.���������.   %
ninp into Chiiliwack on thi
tar,.-      fore the C  N   R   ca
Rrad.M-'       Ti.'-    ', 11 sti
���boo I the F
tend lu en
foh' ne of ll
hao
���itii trail     and  none
**��� a,. ; :'...;
Ince.   .   .   .
There is a z<*,-\ d'-ai of ri,' terj
alxie.-
hlnc Kettle V
whli ri a  - lbsidy of
(eSOfl It has '. imi   ' ��� be
kn-, Appar-
entlj ������'��������� o h'-.^'>:-,',-.-.  no ai
eaji"-  ������   ���   thi   line    will   ever   be
built     u ll li built It win Ki'.-
to_t.i  ' ���   -,[,   a  ro indai    it
"���ray���with tbe Blmili
sou- Prim eti a witl   thi   okar.-
ew;ar. ���������.:.'!  the Bom larj    according
to tl        ���   ���     ��� :. It  'Alii
radace ttM pr<eseni time between
Neleson and  Vas<eConver iron, forty-
��j.l,'. liO'jrB to twenty-four ho'jrs.
A direct line ovei tbe Hope Mo in-
tains, would v..::'r.': it about twelve
bours,    .   .   .
So far It l.hi not b'-en announcf-d
that t;.*- Goiv.'ji.'.o.'.' h^H retained
any e-.-o-itr'/l of freight or ;;afis'-r.t"-r
rate* on f-lther the Kettle Valley
*io*r or the C. N. R Tbat should
hav<- bfcen one of 'b<- very hist
condi'lorrB Imposeed by the Govern-
Kew-rr Qovernment assistance '^
any Bi-.rt hbonld carry with it a
meai-���_������<��� of control of rates Also,
tt abo'.ld r<-H��ri'"t tb<- '.-oeit of con-
���truf.tif,).] and capitalization of the
Iim- \u, th^i t(:<- publli will nor be
mub t<d for inter<-st and dividends
on watered stocks and bonds.
Every well Informed man knows
that Mackenzie _\ Mann bav.. built
th��"ir roads practi��cally without f:ost
to th<r<iK(-lv'-s���tb'-y always come
out with a controlling "Interest and
_ good bit? w;ul of cash. They put
ap no money of tM'-ir own for either
the ht'K-Ks or 'aiiii jirofiis they derive from building theii railways.
Yet Interest and dividends musi be
earni-d on tin; stocks they am for
���othfng, Just as th��-y must be
earned on the stocks actually purchased for real money.
This interest and those dividends
are collected from the public in the
shape of freight and passenger
rates. if tbe line li bonded or
stocked al a capitalization In ezcesi
���irf the actual cost of the road, the
puhlic must pay tbe Interest on the
water���li must pay more than it
ahould for traffic rates. These
rates come out of the pockets of
every consumer. Vet there is absolutely nothing In tbe published
agreement which regulates the
capitalization of the C. N. R.
through this province nor the rates
to be eliarged.    .   .    .
That II has heen craftily planned
aa a vote-catcher must be admitted.
It Is a scheme to get the most votes
at the smallest cost.
While the "policy" falls far short
of statesmanship or of being a real
railway policy, It may be expected
lo turn the trick at the polls on
November    25  next.      Yet If    the
Opp.      City
PROMPT  DELIVERY. *
v, A. RICHMOND, Manager \
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w&? not, and we bave = *.-... - 2 dOnbU
ot it ever having forme i part of the
deal. Then, when the matter came
to be pressed in the Legislature w^
should have ::.<��� usual sweet excuse*
and shuffling tactics of the Tory min-
istera and the people would probably
be left in the lurch.
Next we are informed with respwl
the '_'   p. R '      Certainly not. 1
v.'e want all the railways we  t
get   and   parallel    lines 'are  better :o "��e objection that the Kettle Vai-
���   in 1   o.      Both Premiei McBriede ley line would not afford the Similka-
.' 1  D.  D. Mann hav- Btated  with- meen district anv better communica-
' ' '- ' v' ** c N. R- Oon than .. present, and the lonbt as
will  not  be built  for  many  years
���      - tbe guarantee ol tbe bonds "�� wh��her this "not air line" would
There Is the situation in a nutshell ever be built at all. that
To  i^ave  your order for
Private Greeting
Christmas Cards
i-.fe   on   tirre   you  should   pace
your orders early.
Nothing so nice as "For the
E"-cir; Se'ies," character s: c
cf   Car = da   and   British   Coium-
Cc-re  In
���_:  see *.ne  sarr.o'es
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
New goods coming eyery day.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME.
:- the C. N. R- is concerned.
It   may   be  Mackenzie    &     Mann's
���:   I ti if it is w'- ha re no :.-' ans
'  reading their cards.      II we  : ���'���
.   ��� iey win build  with it  the
ntee, we may call their blufl
lefeating  tv e   McBride Govern-,
tnent on November 25 next.
"My own Impression is that '
will  not build  withoul  the gvu
���   ��� >.nd that the risk of lndeflniti  ;���
��� gring up the buKdinsr of thi
great to rak'- any chance.
ting  o.e Government's  policy.,
V'-t the readere. ,f :',.. s.n iei  hud
previously been assured tha- the
feat of the Government would not deter railroad    development   in British
.hia   and   it   might   result   In   a '
more practical railway policy for thi
province."
.'-..- to the line not being built with-
it  the guarantee, that  would  be a
small loss to us. so far as 'he C. N.
K. is concerned.     There is no reason
why the province should be bound to
the C.  N.  It. that we are aware of.
Almost any of the other establi hi I
railway concerns    doing    business in
the    Province    of    British    Columbia
���"���   ild  construct  and  work  a line  in
the desired direction  upon a guarantee of far less than $35,000 per mile,
and  would  moreover have something
substantial  to offer as a security  to
the Government.
The Sunset goes on to say:
"As to the conditions In respect to
capitalization and control of rates
Premier McBride assured rne these
would be all incorporated in the
bill to be brought Into the Legislature giving effect to the agreement.
The memorandum of agreement
which will be publish'-d probably
by the time this goes to press. Is
merely a skeleton or basis of the 1
agreement to be prepared by Act of
the Legislature.
That sounds all very well But
can reliance be placed upon any such
assurance? Judging from past experience we opine not. This matter
of rates ls of the gravest importance
to the electors of British Columbia.
This should have been "one of the
very first conditions to be imposed
by the Government," as the Sunset
had rightly n.aid in Its former article.
If any arrangement on this head was
come to between the Premier and Mr.
Mann, as would appear to be suggets-
ed In the above excerpt, then this
should have been embodied In the
terms  of  the   arrangement.      But   it
"On  this  point   Premier   McBride
say. the -   leme is already financed
subject to the granting of the subsidy of i~        pei   mile.      .\,j doubt
the premier will be able I   produce
proof of    tbe  Kettle    Valley  Company? standing to t.        tisfaction
of    the  public  when  to  opens  his
can.; algn."
How sweet'      H
treatment ol thi   Pn   ..      In      mpari-
son to that aeccorded to him a Weeek
earlier!      Arid so this change of face
goes on  t        - lengl torial.
Space will not admit of our following
up this interestii g display ol '���
;���;��� on the part of our center:.;'
any further. Lacking the courage
to admit that its previous criticism
was in error and that it has now assumed the iractei of a McBride
champion, the Sunset submits a lame,
apologetic kind of argument in the
hope of showing that the Premier's
railway policy will be an advantage
to the province, and is not the
'patchy, inadequate, ambiguous and
specious" affair it was formerly said
to be. And the Sunset is an independent organ!
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 ana 24
months.
This is good residential property
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.
McQuarrie & Co,
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
TINSMITUG
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Electric Railway Service
Interurb
an L
n��.
City   Line:
Cars
le ���.
* iron
Cars   for  Vanooorer
and
wav
office
on the
b u
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station.'   wl.l
run
every
half
ntei
after.
���.:.'.   tot
i
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hour   from   5
b0   a. m.
Last
alter,
commc
ac;ng ^
.   . a
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:3" p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
Sapperton   Lene:    Jars  lelW
at ten mlnuteei aft* ���   .t
half past ar.: fIftj
the  hour,  cntr_:
a. m.
Sunday  serv ce ;���; . '-:   ir ���'���*���
twe-n 8:30 a. m ud 11. p. a
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80LE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES
������������������������������������HI
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SEATTLE
pn*t
RATES:
Room $1  per day up,
Room  and  board 12.50 per day UP-
"ftoon.  with  bath VM) per day up.
Room with bath tni board *A P" W '<���
All outside rooms, iritfe he: &n^.i
water, steam heat, long .listance ��>
phone. 'Bus meets all train? -vi^At>
CARLETON  GILBERT ^
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.
632   GRANVILLE   ST.,   VANCOUVER, B. C.
PHONE 4448
See lis for Water Frontage.
We have it within five minutes walk of the city limits.
PRICES AND TERMS ON APPLICATION^
HALE BROS.
706  COLUMBIA   STREET.
WE WANT  YOUR   BUSINESS
and if favored with it feel tute ttoj
we can save you money^    IK   ���
MOONEY'S CREAM SODAS    25(.  pER T|N
THREE POUNDS OF BUTTER  FOR  $1 ^
THREE   DOZEN  NO.  1  8ELECT  EGGS FOR
.$1.00
HUNGARIAN FLOUR (guaranteed to  suit or money refunded), 5
PER SACK   	
A.  WELSH,  The People's Grocer. Phones 193 and 443.   SappertonPh
one oij> 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE!.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
Special Price in Ladies'
Waterproof Coats
New Moiree Rubberized Cloth Coats, made in Em-
pire style; very swell; colors. Price $20.95 to $22.50
Mannish Style Rubber Coats, very serviceable.
price $14.75
SEE  THEM.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Are You Too Busy
during the day to spare the time to have your eyes ex-
amined? We will be pleased to do this for you any time
in the evening, if you Will let us know the hour most convenient for you. We w ill not charge to advise you as to
the exact condition of your eyesight.
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
Dominion Trust Bids.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, B. C.
A Reliable   Clock
is i necessity in every home. I have Just received an assortment
of 8-dny Parlor Clocks. These are both useful and ornamental,
being accurate timekeepers and in handsome cases. Prices from
J7.50 to $12.00.      Also the following:
8-day Kitchen   Clocks,  striking   hour and   half  hour   . . .$ 4.50
8day Office  Clocks from $5.00 to $25.00
Alarm Clocks,  from $1.25  to $ 3.00
Glad   to   have   you   call   and   look   them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
The Royal Cafe
Sixth and Columbia Streets
Lunch 25c. Dinner 35c.
JOHN   CASH,   Prop.
SPORTS
OBITUARY.
ONLK FEW MORE FIGHTS
FOR BATTLING NELSON
John   McDonald.
The funeral of John McDonald, late
of Uttle    Harbor. West.    Bay, Inverness oounty, V 8., who died at his
residence at Sapperton on Monday at
the  age of 50  years,  will  tak
today  from  Knox churc
Fellows' cemetery.
Business  Trr.lk
  place
to the Odd
Phone 176.
R. J.
Dane   Has    Been   in    Game  Thirteen
Yeae-s and   Is   About   Ready  to
Retire.
Chicago,  Nov.   2.���In     response   to
numerous criticisms of his stand  in
R. J. Reece.
... ���. Reece, who was brought in
from Abbotsford on Thursdaj suffering from heart trouble, and died ai
the Royal Columbian hospital, will be
buried probablj today. Details have
not yel heen completed. Ho had no
friends in the district as far as is
known.
���i * :e-*JU{ k| c*rp$ts. mximi mm
Joseph  Michaud.
Joseph Michaud. one ol the pioneer
farmers of Langley, lied on Monday
'"ee>    I'I I-II'1MII*    Ol     MIS    BUUIU     'II ������...   . .,          .
not   fighting  Ad.  Wolgast  and  other at ,no *K�� of 68 years, leaving a wife,
.challengers     immediately,     Battling Ave daughters and three sons.     The
Nelson,  lightweight   unampion.  says: Mineral  takes place this  morning at
"Boxing Is a business with me and W:S0 o'clock from St. 1Vte,"s Catht
. -     _        . Hl-iil 1 .-. * ll _-. f '.-. 4 li.-tll _-.  it.im- IJi>\
���S_^!f'''Nfc��ta_
_*___m
Politician
business.
The public
business.
know  th> it
���V their
W
know  our  business.
Honest dealing has
kept this the Leading
Furniture House In the
city for nearly a quarter
of a century.
B
u
s
I
n
e
s
s
I have been in the ring for thirteen
years No boxer can last forever. 1
worked hard for the title���fought all
the best men in the world, when
they were at their best. None of my
i'i-' fights, with the exception of the
Herrera affair, was won on a deci-
| sion. I knocked out the besl men
mi earth for that title. 1 fought
high and honestly, and never asked
any odds.
"I won the lightweight title from
lasl year. Since then I have
defended it four times. Isn't thai
enough? I'll light again, nnd Wolgast will be the flrst opponent. A
few more and I'll say goodbye" to the
ring. That will make about fifteen
years before the public, and when a
pugilistic obituary Is written, they
can pul just these fe-v words on the
tablet: 'He won and lost on the level,
and never threw the public."
ONTARIO   INDIAN
WILL   GO   TO   ATHENS
dial to the Catholic cemetery
Father O'Boyle conducting the set
vice. Mr. Michaud had been a resident ol Langley for over 27 years, and
was a native of Quebec.
Burial  of  Infant.
The infant son of W. T, Johnson, of
Porl   Moody,  wlll  be buried  today  at
the l  O, 0. F, cemetery.     The child
was only in e weeks old.
James Brewster.
.lames Brewster, who was buried
on Sundaj at Aldergrove, was well
known to the pasi generation of
Westminster citizens He was a native of Orangevllle, Ont., and was an
experl in the construction of telegraph lines, having been connected
with their construction iti the Cariboo and other parts of the province.
Latterly he had been employed al
the Lytton hotel. He was about 66
years of age.
E. FAI FS 612-618 Agnes Slreet
Hev  The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Undertaker
ser-! ���	
Beaverton, Ont., Nov. 2.���Jimmy
George wlll he sent to Athens next
year providing the Olympic games
are held in Greece. Tbe citizens of
Beaverton are convinced thai in the
winner of the last Hamilton Herald
race they have the man that can
bring tho Marathon honors to Canada, and if he is not senl bj the C
A. A. I'., there will be no trouble i"
raising enough money here to send
him. George has never run the full
Marathon distance, but the manner
in which he finished in the Hamilton
race showed that ne was capable of
going the other seven miles. For the
purpose of seeing how good George
really is at the longer distance he
will be sent to Yonkers. X V.. next
month to compete in the race to be
held there on American Thanksgiving
Day, November 2b.
George has already bad a tempting
offer to turn professional, hut he
only laughs at the idea. He thinks
as much of cups as he does of money,
and his friends would not stand for
liis making the jump even if he
wanted to.
City Police Court.
In the police court yesterday a fine
of $100 nnd costs was imposed on
Charlie Sato, :i Japanese, tor selling
liquor at the Merchants' restaurant
on Columbia street without a license.
The case was hoard on the evidence
of .1. Caughey, who was arrested for
drunkenness and held ns a witnoss
Caughey staled that men who were
with him obtained liquor al the restaurant,    purchasing    a    number    of
flasks.
The case of assault against John
Held, in connection with the slashing
affray at the Cosmopolitan hotel on
Monday night, was bt ought up foi
hearing and remanded until today.
Harry Geary is in the hospital with
two deep gashes, one over the left
temple and the other on the right
cheek, Reid has a deep gash in the
thigh, which the police believe was
caused when the weapon slipped during llis attack on Geary A jack-
knife, staitiod with blood, Was found
hy the police on the scene of the
affray.
close neighbor to the father of the CITY
deceased man, who is a prominent solicitor of Wellington, and is investigating on his behalf. Mr. Mudle has
been obtaining information from'of
Reeve Byrne, of Burnaby, in wfpcb
municipality the accident occurred.
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
The fifth autumn meeting of Canadian Northwest Association of Congregational Churches and Ministers
in Federation with the" Reformed
Eplsclpal Churches of British Columbia will open in Knox Congregational
church. Vancouver, today, and wlll
continue until tomorrow evening.
Among the ministers who wil] be
preseni will be Re\. a deB. Owen of
this city. Rev, Merlon Smith. Rev. G
C. Pldgeon, Kev. K W. Stapleford,
Vancouver; Kev. li. o ('arson. Rev.
T. W Gladstone. Victoria; and Kev
W. ll. Mason of Seattle.
Salmon fishing yesterday again experienced one of those flurries which
occur front time to time throughout
the season. Sockeye again appeared
in the river, and at the mouth some
good catches were made, some boats
taking as high as ISO of these fish, in
addition to cohoes and dogs. Cohoes
were fairly plentiful, from thirty to
forty being caught tn the boat at the
mouth, and there was a smattering
of springs and Bteelheads. Dog salmon formed a good proportion of tho
catch. The cohoes obtained wer,. nil
good, clean (ish. and were sold to the
few canneries tint aro still runing
for fifteen cents each,
Tenders are invited for Ihe erection
a Refuse Destructor, capacity 50
tons per day. Plans and profiles ot
site, specifications and further particulars as prepared by the City Engineer, can be obtained on application to
the undersigned.
Tenders to be plainly marked on
the outside "Refuse Destructor," and
delivered by 5 p.m. of the 22nd day of
November, 1909, to
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
American Hockey League.
Chicago, Nov. 2.���it appears certain that a hockey league will be
formed in this city now that an indoor Ice rink Is being constructed,
which will enable followers of the
sport to play during the entire winter,      Men   who  are  interested  here
ADDITIONAL CITY  NEWS.
This evening a progressive euchre
parly will he held at SI. George's
hall, starting at 8:30 o'clock promptly. A number of good prizes have
been obtained for the winners and a
small   entrance   fee   will   be   charged
Tbe proceeds will be In aid of the
boys' gymnasium of Holy Trinity
cathedral.
SKATE
AT THE
PYTHIAN RINK
Ladles purchasing skate tickets
(luring the mouth of November will
receive a ticket entitling tbem to a
chance on a gold watch. Drawing to
take place NOVEMBER 30, 1909.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
1 O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
Tbe regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Carnarvon street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock, .las. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
A. O. U. W���FRASER LODGE NO. i
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block. Clarkson streei.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 40.I9, l.O.K.
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
"FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLhIS,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. in the Eagles'
hall. Columbia street. J. N. AitcU
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofield, Secra
tary.
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at is p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuarl-Wade, secretary.
in hockey jilan to form a four-club
league, tiie clubs being ihe Chicago _ bazaar will be held In the ohl K
A. A.. Illinois A. A.. First Reglmenl 0f p, ball. Columbia street, on lo
and Gaelic A. A. The rink is ex cember 3 and 4, under the auspices of
pected io be completed by December the Women's Educational Club of Co-
1. and it Is thought that Ibe matter lumbian college. Afternoon tea will
of arranging a schedule wlll be' tak- |���. served on both days, and on Salon   up  then.      The  play   will   be con-1 urday a business men's lunch  will I"
ducted on  a  strictly amateur  basis.
"Newsy" Lands Home.
Cornwall, ont., Nov'. 2.���Edward
(Newsy I Lalontle, who has been playing lacrosse with the Vancouver team
since Keglna failed to lilt the Minto
cup, arrived in town recently. He is
delighted with the west and may piny
with Vancouver next season. lh'
says that he will probably play with
the Nelson hockev team If they come
east after the Stanley cup; otherwise
he will go to Toronto or Montreal to
play hockey. Lalonde is one of the
best all round lacrosse and hockey
players In the business. In lacrosse
he can play any position from goal to
inside homo, and ls therefore a very
valuable man.
Jack Johnson In Court.
Chicago, Nov. 2.���Jackson Johnson,
the champion heavyweight pugilist,
appeared In municipal court yesterday afternoon to answer the $2000
suit brought against hlm by "Yank"
Kenny, who claims that the negro
owes  him  this  amount. The  case
will  be heard  some time next   week.
served between the hours of 5 and 1
, o'clock.
When the F.tnpress of India sailed
for   China  last   week   she   carried   as
; passengers Kev. R. E. Taylor, B. D.,
and   Mrs. Taylor, who    are going to
I Sz Chuan province as missionaries
under Ibe auspices of the Methodist
church of Canada. Mr. Taylor wa8
ordained by tlle president of tlle H.
C. Conference ln the Metropolitan
church, Victoria, on Tuesday of last
week. Mrs. Taylor was Miss Eva
Woodward, of this city.
A well attended meeting of tho Women's Educational Club of Columbian
College was held at the home of Mrs.
Coverdale Watson. It was decided
to hold a bazaar In aid of the college
on Friday and Saturday, December 3
and in the old Knights of Pythias'
hall, Columbia street. A great variety of useful and dainty articles
will be on sale. Afternoon tea will
I be served and on Saturday from five
; to seven a supper foi tbe business
men.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the isles Camp
191���Meets on the flrst and third
Tuesday of everv month In K. of P.
hall.      Chief, W\ Sutherland.
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.
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You will And it to your advantage
t< arrange your hooking at this office,
whether you Intend to travel or seining for your friends.
From  Montreal and Quebec.
Empress of Britain   . .   . .   November 5
Empress  of  Ireland   ....November  19
For other dates and particulars apply  to
E. GOULET.
C. P.  R. Agent.
1.  O. O.  F.���ROYAL    CITY    LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. UllVey,
N. O.; C. E Osborne, P G, record-
In? secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. U
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; 0. O.
F. Court Westminster. No. 330;
Brotherhood  of Owls.  Neat  No. 29.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283���Meets second and fourth
Mondays at 8 p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood bt.
Ne w Grocery Store
NEAR COR. FIFTH JIVE. ANI) EIGHTH ST.
Next to Bodwell & Oddy's Butcher Shop.
A Very Choice Line of Groceries
and Provisions Will Be Kept in Stock
We thnnk all our old customers for their patronage in the past
-!!lll,lv'te them and also new ones to give our newjtore a WW- _
DAVID ADAMST Prop-
*^ PHONE 583.
Fought   Fifteen-round   Draw.
New     Orleans.     Nov.      2.���George
Kltson  and  Willie Fitzgerald    fought
fifteen  rounds   to  a  draw   yesterday.   nlll,u   ,, ,.   w,
Thev  made    ringside   weight   of   116 ; Harriot   last   June
pounds.      The bout was refereed by
Billie Papke.
Mr. Mudle, of Wellington, New Zealand. wti*a caller at the oflice of the
provincial police yesterday, where he
made enquiries regarldng the affairs
of lhe late Alfred Murdoch, who was
killed on the C. P. R tracks near
Mr.   Mudle   Is    a
WE SOLICIT YOUffl
ALL1
^VCRTISE   IN  THE   NEWS
OARSMEN   MAY TOUR.
Fuessel and Shepherd, American
Amateurs, May Compete Abroad.
New York, Nov. 2.���There is COt4>
siderable talk ln rowing circle here
which Is likely to assume definite
shape before long to the effect that
F. Fuessel and F. Shepherd, thn amateur champions in senior doubles
would be fitting representatives of
the sport at regattas abroad next
year, the two men who represented
the United States In the Berlin antl
other regattas a few years ago <��a
not leave pleasant memories behind
them, but no untoward circumstances
are likely to happen with the men
suggested.
Fuessel and Shepherd won pvpry
race they entered during the season
of 1909 (thirteen events), including
United States and Canadian championships.
Chicago, Nov. 2.���Champion Frank
Gotch disposed of Ardale and McLeod
In less than the required thirty minutes at Rivervlew rink last night.
STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE BY
TENDER.
Tenders  will  be    received   by  the
undersigned    at    the    sheriff's offlce,
courthouse,  New  Westminster, Up  toi
12  o'clock  noon on    Wednesday the
27th  day of    October.    1906, for the j
purchase of the stock, eti".. of   D. Fi
M.   Perkins,   general   merchant,   Mis- \
sion City, B. C.
Persons desirous of Inspecting the
stock can do so by applying to A.. W.
Lane, Esq., provincial constable, Mission City.
Inventories of the stock can be seen
on' application at my offlce, New
Westminster, or to Mr. Lune at Mission City.
The highest or any tender not
necessarily accepted. ,   Terms cash.
New Westminster, Oct. 12, 1909.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Assignee.
Sheriffs Offlce, New Westminster,
B.  C.
Note���Time for receiving the above
tenders is hereby extended to Saturday, November Gth. 1909.
'   T. J. ARMSTRONG,
251-7 Assignee.
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moment's delay.
Place your insurance in an office that makes insurance its principal business, and be sure that it is
attended to promptly.
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THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
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Chicago, "S*uth W��tt L-mited"
Kansas City te Chicago.
No train- -.n _t* serrice on anj
railroad -a '-ie to.-1<1 -_ia: e-'jua! .1
equipment tha: ai _<- y_.c3.-40 v....
vaukec & Sv Paal Bailway. T_^y.
cwa and o^erav�� tiselr csra alecyius
and d._.:n? osar- 02 a.: 'j-or ���.r^__= ar.:
give their patrons an eio^^e-n-* erf
eero'-  not ottaJnah.'e  ei��"ew_:ere.
H. 3  ROWE, Oaeral Agent
124 Third St.. oor. Ald��r Po^ad, Or.:
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betwee:
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal I Mil ��� - ��� centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
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'   .    -   with  cid-rr. thus   rental, etc.. are contiir<-.i In the ti
tent stimulant '. ber regulations, a copy ot v.:..
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DISHONEST postvan agent   U Sea Westminstei
FALLS  TO   DECOY P  G   KEYES,
	
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PHILADELPHIA,  ria _Wea?ara Falls, j
For Tim<- Tables, etc.. address       I
GEO.  W.  VA'uX.
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A- o^r.t <)'���:���'] \'w--<-r._-:-r and T:c!-:et L^ares N.
PAgent, 135 Adaema St.. ChiMKEO.HL     cept   Sunday;
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
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t 10 a.m.. retumo at 5 p.m. to
leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., ar-
rlTea In city Friday *:45 a.m. Leaves
r- lay at 3:50 p.m., arrives in dty
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'.- rea Port Guichon at 1 p.m. on
8:30 a.m. on Friday, and
't a-m. .Saturday. Arrives at Port
Guichon 6 p.m.. Th";rsday and Fr; j
Lf;av<-=  Qnichon   r.  a.m.  each  w��?fe
8:50   a.m.
W.   3:50   p.m.   da!'.
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ar.  QnieChon  a:  7
D m.
E   '.f   VacG_ire,  Brilliant   Irish  Contralto  to  Acpear  at  Sapperton.
Coocert-g ---    ;   Westminster and
'  :.   *... .- .- -   to hear
llant fnn-makers Friday e-.---
Ding    I ' o- Wewk   when Hiss EDeei
Ma   luire    the   young Irish cmitralto
.-   been  taking   Vin     . er bj
ai  ���-..   srill   bring  her  new  cony in
���to  Prtncesa   ball,    Bapperton.    Miss
Lucy   Webllng,   Uie  original    "Little
Lord Paonl -    y   0f the Kr.siis:. si -
who it   from    London    two
montha ago to become the bride of
Mr. Walter McRaye, appears with her
h isl ii : .:. At. Ar. -.. : .- Letter,'
a dainty play written ���-;- ly for
them Fen me K. Jerorm Of Mr.
M -o. - ��� lng :.- ed be taid to th^
. ��� 0;  Mm   with   Paul-
Ine J    -.-:.. isl Tl irs: iy eTening ir.
b:.:. ---   bali    eBxcept   foi   the  fact, T}
that Friday is a canceleld date witl
��� my    it.;   ha<i  to   be  fflled
In at 4 *    :. ti - it  would hav1-
���  .; ���- -.- .-   -      thia     -   ��� ���  company ��� . here.
Miss   M 1   :��� ..-������  .    the   '.:��� -���    :
esongstress to visit this country
ing the - 1 - - of tbe Irisl
���-���..-������      The    l    -    -    News
Letter says:     .-'  ���   n illed agai:: j
and agair."    Thi   Dublin Irish 7.
T ���      - ., - _    f Iris
the Irish ...     h  - seldom b-
led in this city "   ���     :
London, she   v-        -.
imm'-! . ���      Cil    Tern
ple church.
Do   1   ���   ��� . -   her.    ii<-:   i
���     ��� -  '      Bisi    f next week for an
tern  tour.
NORTHERN  =   :   ROUTE
Princvss  l--.t.
une 13 and Julj
'��� there-af ter.
FRASER   R   . BR
S.S.  Beaver.
From   N * *   "���'��� - -'
ft ta -: :��� .-_��� ..
From Chlllrwa     1
an-; Saturday at 1 B.m.
A   -   t Bi   ���    .   ettei    .oi-r, wi -   ~
_  ��� yesterda; -   on for an of-}
fei   - Inspi   tor  Henderson, of;
I   -' De]    -::.ent. had been      Take notice that an appli<catlon baa
gainst     ...   for  some    tin.;*-,  been made to reglstei  (.....:.-.- i\---tcn- ,	
- complaints came to the ears of  nm as  ^e own-:   In   tee  almpee. un- rr
thi   post 1 ffl -   officials   that   letters  der a tax sale deed from C. C. Mabei        .BU  C0AbT   v-
-d not been deliv- to FTederic W. Howay and Robie  L.      sS    Qneen
ered     Last   Wednesday  Mr.   Hender- Reid. bearinp date the 1st day of Oe- ^^me_1,4 aad -'��� a--
-        .--:���-- i   the  decoy  letter cember. A. D    ISO-, ol ail and singu-'*
 i to Meaplewood arenne which liar  that  certain  parcel    or tract   of
Is far from the man's district, placed  land ar.d  premises  situat--. lying ana
-. the delivery for Bean.   He took it  beine in  the district  o.    New  West-
it   but   did  not   return  It,  and  tne  ciinster, in the    provinc- of    British
detectives were then put on the case.  Columbia,  more    particularly   known
They found  wh-rp  the    money    had  and described as  Lot  13 of Block  13
been spent, and the man waa yester- cf Lot 801,   Group    1. Murray's Aai.i-
day arrested.    He admitted the thefl   tion. north balf of Lot 14 of Block 13
the   li Irtter,  but  denied  any  of Lot  801, Group  1.  Murray s  Addi-
connectlon   with   any    other    letters ' tion.
which had disappeared on his route,   j    y.,j *nd those claiming through or
  under  you  and  all   persons  ci-Uming I
t-  __ unm        .��� aa>' interest in the  said land bv  vir-
Fort William  Murder. ;ue  of    &fly  unregistered  lnstrumer.t.
Fort WHUam, Nov.  8.���Th<-r-- weere and _n persons claiming any interest
; no ni                      ents in the murder im the  said land    bv  descent, whose'
torning,    the    prisonersJatie is not registered under tbe p:o-
Ifastly   keepiag   to  the  tale  th  I   visions  of  the  "Land   "Registry  Act.
knew nothing of the deed at all. ,are  required  to contest the claim or
lights   hav<    been    tolerably  the x&x    purchaser    within  forty.fl.e
unong   th^   residents  of  the days from the date of tbe firo publi-!
coal dock,  it  is over four  years ago'cation  of this  notice, and  in  default,
; since a fight resolteed in death and a i0f a caveat or certificate of lis pen-
-.-- oi murder beir.s. laid dens  being  filed    within such period
:   or  ln   default   of     redemption  before
For
ra'.:  0
resci1 atKis   __
address
Bl
Age-.-  ;.' -  '
C.  B   I
Asst.  Gen.  Pas-   A.
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Genera! Su:   '
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LAND   REGIST=.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured   by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Telephone  13. Office. Eighth  St.
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up a:.y claim to or ln
respec' of the said land, and I shall
register Charles Ketch tun as ��� 0
thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for
thirty dr.ys in a dally newspaper put>-
1 in New Westn,;- ster -aill be
jgood and sufflcif-nt  servi-'   thereof.
Datei  at the Land Reeglstry Ofl
Ni ���'���   Westminster.   Provinc-.-  of   British  Columbia,  this   88th  day  of  September, A. D. 191 .���
C. S. KEITH.
District Reinstrai.
To Henry Young.  Es
Take notice that a -:|
been made to register T -J
,'r    as ���: ���   ��� --.; ���     .    - ���
a   tax   sal--   iei II !|
Dyk^es to Tl - o|
���������-'. r
Es':.
date the ft:, day 0
1*07, of all and si:
parcel  or  tract
-.'���������
oi     Ni 1     Wesl
Province of    Brltis I
particularly  kn =1
Lot 9, Block  : ... -I
Group 2.
You and tl   - I
under  you  a:: .
any  i:   ��� In the ��
tue of anj   unregis
and all
in   the said lai "
Joh:; Oren   title is no- ri - -'
Art Needle\vork Department
Our stock is now replete in all the necessaries for your favorite style of
FANCY   WORK.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Stamped Doylies and Centre Pieces
9-Inch
12 ..
lWncb
22-inch
81  ��� ;' I  Linen Tray Cloths, 87x1 -.
Each	
-New Cushion Tops in an endless
ventlonal dealgna, 25c, 35c, 50c and  ..
assorted desiurs.
 35c  and
variety  of   floral  and
75c
86-lnch Centre
linen.    Each   ...
Pieces with circular floral designs on colored
 75c
Belding's Silks
Royal Floss, Filo and Ropi   Silk,    Per skein.
Crocket Silk, 1-4 oz. Spools.	
Peri Luata.   per sk'-in	
D. M. C. Embroidery Floss.	
Clark's "Anchor" Crochet Cotton
Silkine, pei  spool	
ztv-in  ���. isioos  of the "L
:are required  to co ;
I the  tax    purchaser ��                   |
s from thi    :
this notie ��� '|
:of  a  cave:-.-     - ' I
dens  being  filed T
,or   in   default   of    n '��� I
��� registration, you u :��� ��� 5j J
'be    foren r   estopped '
Double Doily Through Firsl- SWTW '
Class Passenger Service \_2��i\rS
that   publication   of    I
Morning Erpreas and .Seattle train :thirty days In a daily
ieavea 7:55. j lished ln   New    Wesl *���'
Aftprnoon Express leaves 16:85 for Iweekly newspaper pul Ished
points    East,    including   Dni ted ju wack will be g
1 Ice  thereof.
Dated at the Ur I  Reg st
N  '������������ Westminster, P
ish  Columbia,  this   I
, ber, A.  D.   19
.25c
..2 for  5c
.2 for 15c
 DC
States points. St. Paul and East.
Agasalz Local leaves 17:35,
For further particulars apply to
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Stag Brand Crochel  SI        irge spools..
Scrims,
Embroider)
silk cords, pom-poms, etc., etc.
 10c, 3 for 25c
and   Yar���S;  Embroidery hoops. Cushion forms
Ini  needles, Cushion cords and frilllngs
To
C. s
:
.lane Will:::
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COAL
New Wellington
Our stock is complete in all these, and you would do well to investigate
our prices in anything you require in this line.
AXD
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
60   YEAR3*
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Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone lending ��� ikrteh and d#��crlntlon m��r
JnlRklr uoerteln our opinion free whether an
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���em free. Oldert afenny for eccurlnirpatenM.
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you/
No wonder alter the hard winter"
Few can stand it. -j
Pul on ��� new  one  of Rubero.a
Roofin*.    No trouble then
Ruberoid is an elastic roofinl an��
ir.dJ of ^*'h"
ind; mike��
will  stand  all
heat, cold, tun, rain
00 difference to Ruberoid.
It  ia  weather-proof and fire-w
sistinij. .
Will not melt, crack w "�����.���,
Most easily applied and require*
n0CP:.inorntri,e for full P****
samplea and price*.
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sptckii notica, without charge. In the
Patent* taken
. recalTt
Scientific American.
A hanrlsomely illustrated weekly, Largest elr-
oolatlnD of any scientific Journal. Terms for
Canada, fl.75 a year, po��ta��e prepaid. Sold by
all newsdealers.
Branch Offloo, Sfc IT Wu WaaliU-ctou. Ix (i
H J- TRAPP * CO., ltd. jESDAV
NOVEMBER   3,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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. GoQd Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
.     In favor every day.    Our o-atput last year was double the
I, f*mm Thr m08t healthful and nutritions of beverages.
prfcei-iafi ��" ^
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
FKANCE AURMEU
ABOUT DEATH RATE
Oi   'hs During First Six  Months
' i     ^ar Much In  Excess of
the Births.
ninl  ll
thi   present
deaths ffver
28,205.    In   1908
L0.508 ah.d
,rr-;y2ef_9
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j Northern  Crown  Bank
'  '     2.���Vital  statistics  foi
month    ol
'"    -i. excess of
nice
-���������������    discrepancy   has  rated
'   " o  alarm for the future of
"'"   Fri ach  race which  is the   only
Europe experiencing dettop-
i>e    Jacques Bertillion, tl"'
-   doctor,  proposes  a  heavy
���   of ta   ition upon families i'1
there are   two children or less.
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A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN  PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL $6,000.00''
PAID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
Thrifty people who use ou Savings Bank Department will find
j. convenient and will receive every courtesy, whether their account
be larfle oi   small.    Savings Depatmentg at every branch.
j MORE JUDGES NEEDED
IN ONTARIO COURTS
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the Members of Supreme Commission of Judicature.
Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New W estminster.
Toroi o   N ��������� Thai provision be
���   madi    o    ���' ���   appointmenl  oi    three
X1  un   judge!   in  On-
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���
If you fill your numerous wants    for    Stationery,    Books,     Bibles, -
Hymn Books,  Magazines,  Foreign   News   Papers,  and  in  fact   any- ���
thing usually carried In a first-class  Stationery   Store. ���
We buy dirsct from the manufacturers for spot cash,  no  mid- 2
dleman's profit to be added and therefore we can show you some ���
money-saving   prices. ���
Th;   new   English   Church Hymn Books are now in stock.    Do *
you require   one? J
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kma    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes-
Large Stock Plain and^Fancy Glass.
DISTINGUISHED VISITOR.
F.  McAlpine,  Member of Yukon Council Spends Week in City.
During thi pasl wee! V tn ' Kerr
entertained a dlstlnguh   ed visitor, an
(iM time 11 lend In the i I 'rank
McAlpine one ol the ten council mem-
i.i e <�� ho ���-������ - ei n thi _ ukon l ��� 11 ttdVy
nnd have the same powers and privileges as representatives of the local
li glslal ui ���
Mr. McAlpine, who make s liis home
al i'-ov-een i ii\ Is b ��� "������" mine owner In the Yukon  nti       He ci ossi d
the divide In companj with Mr. Kerr
ten years ago, entering tli fi Igld bell
in search ol gold bj dog '"���i". via
Skagway and Whltehorse
Mi McApllne ehjoyed li1 '��������� '"
\" . B| mlnstei and expressed hlmsell
as  being  surprised al  the wonderful
growth  nt   the  city  du    th    p^!
ten   yeai b      ! le   propl     led '
elopttents   and  thai
ster would be one ol the greal --t. and
al tho same- time one oi "     i    t ir"
poi tant fresh watei  poi ts on tl     ' i
nasi    a second Poi -land.
Mr. McAlpine will likely spend the
_   i.e  th ���  Lowei   Frasei
turning to th    ���   fearly
In the spring,    fl" I   th    m
Bonanza   one of the m       "   ��� "
-   active  mining   I   trlcts  In
yukon   Territory.
F4RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always injjStock for Fencing and Draining.
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Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
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New Weatminster
PLAN GREAT DRYDOCK
OPPOSITE TO QUEBEC
Bank of Montreal
��� KUSHBD 1817.
CAP,T*L    .    114,400,000.00
RESERVE  11,000,000.00
: l; - es hroughoat Canada and
"���wtoundland, rU m Loudon, Eng-
tad, \,.w vlirk ,-;|ll,,HK0 aud Spnkaniv
a- A., and Muxtoo City. A general
"Mttng luainew transacted. Let-
ters of Credit tg8ue(j     available with
��fr��i)ondenta In    all  parts ot   the
world.
3hvIiu;h Bank Department���Deposits
:"''"'-'-'"<i In rami of $1 t__ upward.
*"* ^tarsal  .ilowwl at 3 per cent, pet
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. CoastSS. Sailings
annum
(present rateV
^^ .\iwetf,  ���v-f.r  $168,000,000.00.
���NEUi WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Q- 11    lltVMNKR. Manager.
Tlie White Pass
*nu Yukon Route
'.'.     ,,;i:"l��.    CAUCKOS8,    ATUN,
IOHSB, UAWSONand PAW
Ctoryi '   rftina (,'treI)t Sinciayl
fctl*h      ''s,">ns;er8" maH. elprWB and
"""-ft   with   stages   at   Car-
!'l   -liltf,   unrsp, malntainlnu!
'������b  Winter jervlce.
J""'''"formation  apply ,0
' H- U00SJR8. Tnifflc Manager.
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Dally at 11 p.m. dlreat
and 10 ii.m. vl;. Victoria.
To Victoria��� Dally at 10 a.m. and
1 p.m.
To  Alaska��� Bvery   Saturday  at  11
p. in.
To Prince Rupert���Every batu-rday
at 11 p.m.
To Queen Charlottp island���Secon.1
and  LBth of twh inontli.
I    To  N'analmo   Union.  Comox���Tues-
day and Thursday at . p.m.; Saturday
at 8 p.m.
To  Nanalmeo-nally  at 2  p.m.
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Upper Sua* U* to 0hUU*��ftJ
.nd way pedntS- Steamer Heaver
eavt.8 Westminster at B aA ��'Monday, Wednesday and Wd4y; return-
ing leavee Ohllliwack aM[*�� 9?.
*Saj__hy,  Thiwsday  and Bawraay.
A,r further pertlouiars call or ad-
'ess _    ,     ���.
KD  GOCLKTe A^nt" .
Mev Westminster.
<>r f,   _   roster,
Asst. 0k PM*  ^nt^  a
Vancouver, B. u.
THB HOMS PAPEH
le  th*  Paper That  Prints  All
the     Homo     M��*B-
The     D��Hy    N��w��
ioo a Weet
Ottawa,      Nov.    2.   The    pi ipo
which   in   exceptionally  strong  tfele
gatloi        p     en	
shipping  Interests  i'i  C ina la
o - r Wilfrid Laur ��� Hon   Wm
Hgy nn<t the Hon.  L. P.  Brodeur
yerterday, will make of Levis   if the
scheme is carried out, anil It I    ���'   '
tically certain thai ii will be    ���
shipbuilding    centre     In    briel
scheme   is   to   buttd  a  drydock   a*
Levis, Que., and Sl   John, N B   capable of accommodating the huge passenger ships "Olympic'' and "Titanic
i now in course ot construction as well
' ;is the great   "Dreadnoughts"  of the
British navy, bul further it is proposed to ereel at Levis a big shipbuilding and repairing plan'     The *1"110
forms ono of the greatest shipbuilding designs which  tne North  Atheri*
can continent  has soon.
,\i preseni there arc two dry docks
in Eastern Canada, one at Halifax
and the other at Levis. Thc larger
of these is at Halifax:, and though H
IS 6oo feet long, with an 89-foot entrance, thus capable of holding the
ships at present on the Canadian
route, it cannot accommodate the
groat ships which traverse the Atlantic from Britain and Germany tn
N'ew  Vork  and  is  Z40  feet   shorter.
PARROT CAUSED
ALL THE TROUBLE
Anderson, Ind.. Nov. 2.���As the result of a iiuarrel over he possession
nf a parrot. Charles Hunn today shot
and fatally wounded his landlady,
Mrs. Uoht Nelson, and then shot and
killed himself. It is said that the
parrot was first taken from Hunn l>y
Mrs Nelson, hut he wet>( to hev home
and recovered It. SW filed an affV
davlr charging him mth the theft of
the bird. Today he Went to hev home
nnd the double she/ling followed.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
tvfflce 'Phone 1MI     Barn 'Phone 1S7
Columbia street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM OKPOT. '
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Timely Tips
For Bargain
Hunters
We have just received another carload of the Raymond Flour. Those
who have tried it
will appreciate this
news, and those
who have not ought
to take the chance,
both to try it and
also to save some
money by using it.
Remember, we
don't follow the
leaders, we lead
the followers.
��� THE
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Westminster Modern Business
School
educates to meet tlie living demands
of u progressive age. Those who
wish to obtain the highest aim in life
Bhould investigate the real merits of
this institution before deciding to go
elsewhere.
You can prepare for an office while
you earn by attending our NIGHT
SCHOOL.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
"Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing It is unequaled,
Cleanses   and   purifies.
.LADIES:
Don't fail to attend the MAJESTIC RANGE COOKING
EXHIBIT on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and
see Professor Wulff operate the
GREAT MAJESTIC at
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
*************************
NA-BSU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
T. A.
& CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
iDinwinifi}
THEWESTMINSTEBTHUST
&
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD.
HEAD OFFICE 28 LORNE  ST.
Board of Directors:
T. J.  Trapp,  President.
T.   S.   Annandale,   First   Vice-
President.
J.   J.   Jones.   Second   Vice-President.
T. H. Smith,        H.  Ryall,
L,  A. Lewis,       M.  M. Nelems,
R. E. Walker, M, D.
Trustees:
Hon. ll. McBride. Premier B.C.
Geo. R. Ashwell, \V. S. Collister
F. .1. Hart Managing Director.
E. L. Webber. Assistant Manager and Secretary.
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Get Your FURNACES AND PLUMBING ���
Fixed For the Coming Winter. |
JAMES & McCLUGHAN I
11 Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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City News
Repairing    neatly    done    by
Quigley at Sinclair's shoe store.
D.  F.
Call at Anderson & Lusby's Columbia street and see Prof. Wulff cook
on the Great Majestic Range and get
his recipes free.
Secretary Wade of the board of
trade yesterday morning left for Abbotsford and in the evening he assisted in the organization of a board of
trade, addressing the meeting on similar lines to those he followed at
Cloverdale, Maple Ridge and Langley.
He returns to the city this evening.
The steamer Transfer will hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharf
for Ladner, Westham Island and wa>'
points, at 2 u'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra return
trip arriving in tlie city in the evening. Trips will be made to Steveston as  tlie business warrants. **
Percy B.  Brown, of    the    Settlers'
Association of B. C, begs to announce '
that  he Is still  occupying  the  same i
office as heretofore.     Tlie Merchants |
Bank of Canada Bldg., 17  Begbie st.
250-6
A young man named Ackhorn was
arraigned before District Magistrate
Pittendrigh yesterday on a charge of
theft and tho case was remanded till
tomorrow at 1 < 'clock. Ackhorn was
arrested in Vancouver and brought to
this city for trial. He is charged with
having taken some twenty cords of
shingle bolts from a boom at Sunny-
side, near Port Moodcj.
The wise man has been taught that
a bank account is necessary, but a
wise man not only lias a bank account, but a safety deposit box in u
trust company's vault, Mis valuable
papers will go in the vault���he does
not risk them in his own house. In
a safety deposit box in our vault your j
papers are perfectly safe from fire, |
burglars or any other loss. Isn't this
sufficient reason why you should rent
one of these boxes today? Dominion
Trust Co., Ltd.. T. It. Pearson, manager New Westminster branch
Bob Stevenson's whole stock of
boots and shoes to be sold off in
thirty diys. 2PJ- j
Palm ferns and all kinds of plants
at Tidy's, the florist, 737 Columhia
street.      Phone   L184. 250
The   young   ladies   of   St.  Peters' I
paris will  give a whist party in tlie '
parish hall at 8 o'clock on Thursday
evening.    Refreshments  will  also  be.
served.
For    pianos,    organs,    sewing  ma-
chines,   talking  machines,   sheet   mu-
sic and  records  go  to  J.   H.  Todd's j
music  house,   Columbia  street.
Come and see Prof. Wulff of Ber-1
lin and get some pointers on cooking
on  tlie Great    Majestic    Range this I
week at Anderson & Lusby's store.
A. Kanaka, who has recently served
in the provincial jail for supplying
liquor to Indians, was yesterday again
brought to the city lockup, and today
will be asked to explain why he was
in a drunken condition on the streets.
Order your bulbs for Spring flowers now from Davies, Greenhouse,
telephone   B20S. 251-tf
For first-class cut fiowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie.-;'
Greenhouse, R208. *'
Tomorrow evening a whist party is
to be held in St. Patricks' hall by the
young ladies of St. Peters' Roman
Catholic church. A good program is
prepared and refreshments will be
served during the course of the evening.
Mr. Denny will move his stock of
furniture and carpets into the Cunningham block, 43 Sixtli street, about
November 1.
Tlie Best Range on Earth will be
on exhibition Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday at Anderson &
Lusby's,  Columbia street.
The Royal Cafe, under the management of John Cash, is living up to its
title of "The Epicure's Resort," and
a specialty Is being made of merchants' lunches and French dinners.
The proprietor intends to have everything first-class. He has introduced
a number of new waiters.
The replanking of the Westminster
bridge is proceeding apace. The old
planking is being torn up and thrown
into the river, where It is caught by
a boom. Part of the roadway is now
fenced off for traffic, while the remainder is being relaid with the
plank.
List your property for quick sale
with W. H. Nesbitt & Son, 65u Columbia street. 24'J-S
UMBRELLAS
For Everyone.     The New Goods in
Many Styles.
*?a8a
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 of
good umbrellas that we have ever shown, we
prove that, even in the matter of handle,
STYLE rules and changes-and that it is not
necessary to deplete the pocketbook in order
to possess a handsome and durable umbrella.
They are here for the schoolchild-for the
man or woman who wants a stout, long-lived
wet-weather friend, and for anyone who cares
for umbrella exclusiveness and modishness.
Down Comforters, Blankets,
Quihs, Etc.   Best Values
Ever Offered
BEAUTIFUL SATIN DAMASK QUILTS, assorted,
floral and conventional designs, two sizes:
Regular $4.00 and  $4.25 values (size 78x96 in') for $3.25
Regular  $4.50 and  $t-75 values (size 80x108 in.) for ..$3.50
Special lot of FANCY DRAWN WORKED RUMERS,
TEA CLOTHS, DOYLIES, TRAY CLOTHS. ETC. Regular
Price up to 85c;  today only, each 50c
EXTRA QUALITY WOOL BLANKET, white with pink
and blue borders, size C0.\80 in.   Special today ...  ...$3.50
Women's Knitted
All-Wool Gloves
35c Per Pair
Warm woollen gloves in
splendid quality and bright
finish. Shown in shades of
Navy, Green, Brown, Tan,
Grey, Cardinal and Black
and white. Also fancy designs. Sizes C to 7V_ inches,
per pair   35c.
ASK TO SEE
Just inside the door.
10    dozen only    Womi
Umbrellas, very pretty handles,  plain and fancy gloria
covers. Price each   $150
5 doz. only Men's Umbrellas, heavy twill covers, self
openers, natural wood bandies.  Price, each  only $1.25
Children's School Umbrellas, strong natural wood
handles, extra quality Bateeti
covers.     Price  each   ... 75c
Many styles in bettel
grade umbrellas, very hand-
some handles of pearl, German silver gold plated ���
metal natural wood, with
pure silk and silk and wool
coverings. Price $3 to $17.50
Neckwear Just Arrived
By Express Today
Another shipment of fancy   tailored   Neckwear,   Dutch   Collars, Jabots, etc.   (Just inside the door.)
ORIENTAL    LACE COLLARS in black, white and ecru
Prices,  each 25c and 35c
FANCY JABOTS endless varieties;    the    popular onesided effects being shown.     Prices, each 35c to 75c
DUTCH GUIPURE LACE COLLARS in white and ecru.
Price9 65c to $1.25
DUTCH   MUSLIN COLLARS  trimmed    with   lace and
inse,tlon    35c to 75c
Christmas Fancy  Work and Fine Art
Needlework
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days from date I intend to apply to
F. S. Hussey, superintendent of provincial police, Victoria, B. C, for a
transfer of the liquor license held by
Gilbert Tulloch, for the Tourist hotel,
situated at Port Moody, B. C, to
George Welch of Port Moody, B. C.
GILBERT TULLOCH.
Port Moody, October 20. 1909.
r
REWARD.
A reward of $25.00 will be paid for
Information WhJ.ph will lead to the
conviction of the person or persons
who have recently been Interfering
with and damaging the arc lights on
Queen's avenue.
By order.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, October 23, 1609.
LULU ISLAND
Christmas is Just a little short of two months away; it
is not a bit too early to begin preparing the little gift
which will mean so much because it comes from loving
hands. Secure your wants from this most enticing display.
FANCY SACHETBAGS in colored satins, hand-painted,
'opening prices   75c to $2.00
EXCELDA   HANDKERCHIEFS, with fancy borders for
making fancy bags, 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
CUSHION    CORDS, all colors.    Price, yard 25c
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
We have some very desirable lotslin
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'SiWEAR.
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