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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
|iS Of NEW WKTM
IRS. LIBERAL
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SKiLES      CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phoi   '���* '���>.
NOVEMBER  11, 1909.
FIVE CENTS        H COPY.
MAY SAVE LIVES Of
ALL THE INJURED
THREE CANDIDA! ES
NOMINATED EOR CITV
  ' ion  of  Survivors   of
���Alderman Johnston Receives Inspiring Welcome at Initial      ^ar Wreck, Now in Hospi-
Meeting of Campaign���Geo. McCrossan of Vancou- ta'> ^ost Satisfactory.
ver Delivers Spirited Address ���Both Parties
Endorse Oliver Policies.
A1
I threi
ijured
II  '  Kit HI
this morning all
in Wednesday's
wore  doing  well.
>���������������������������������������������
All Uber
aueBted l
���������<
!������������
���
���
nmlttee d  eting in tbe club   ���
rooms this evening. ���
>������������������������������������������������
in j, j, Johnston,   standard
Lr,r .ei iiii  Lib) rala of Un
������� Westminster,
|id endorsatlon
lectors .ef i'e.' Royal City, yesterda:
Trailing, al tbi   opening  meeting
i campaign, In    the rooms of the
estmlnsti r    Liberal  Associa-
:,] worki rs are return   out   to   the
in the club
ston,
city of
received a splen-
tl ��� bands of the
City, yesteri
of
than   a
Wei
Meeting a Protest.
��� Tbe gathering was more
���eetlng In the support of the canaille of a particular party; it was the
���vine pn ti men who pay the
Iif. aga nous nnd preda-
iry policy ol pr< Bent  govern-
|ein and thi endo Bation of the pro-
hais pul forth bj  John Oliver, the
ader of the Liberals;   the frequenl
i of  cheei ing did    nol  by any
feet. ���:.. el). not even in
Jrge|niri, iiiein Liberal throats, while
le insplritln oi ���  of claps thai
I , of    the Liberal
���bi ely produced  by
mds thai had cai i  many a Consei -
_:.,.��� I': "badly   then,   were
jmei ral tendencies, Inter
red in the late of the province, who
.-.-��� ��� :        the  meeting,   bul
.an oei by any means
Ide up entirely of the one party; a
1 o re I JonservaUves
I. Tatlow,   like   P.   J.
lo Charles Hibbert
I; Ives unable to
V ol  Un   Consi i-
I
Railways  the   Issue.
|"> j centred round
[ and this wan (lis-
p i  length by both
n and  Mr,  McCros-
pointing out  in
I al Premier Mc-
��� ! ' was tn bai ti i
Ince for yeai a
I'" ,i mill s of rail-
I the  people  did
I"4 ting iheir bear-
r' i (liver who had
^ himself    to    the  lines  thai
would   serve  to develop    British  Columbia
Aid. .lohnston. who received an
enthusiastic and encouraging welcome from the electors, spoke large
ly on local needs, promising amon.
other things that he would work for
the removal of the tolls from the
Westminster bridge, and for the re
duction of direci taxation. Mr. John-
treel
Word  I the    Vancouver General
vhere all tbe men save one
are mm lying; was to the effect'hat
1,11   wen      :. sting    easily    and   that
" ��� good for their pulling
through.
The condition of Mr, Carty of this
city, whosi skull is fractured, is regarded as being the most serious of
nny oi the victims, but when the Iat-
bulletin   was  received  from
Many Influential Citizens
Back Liberal Nominee J.
J. Johnston.
ston also spoke warmly on the need
of forcing Orientals lo conform to the   hospital he was sleeping soundly, and
standard of while men
George   E.   McCrossan.
Mr,
once
lirsl
Jl
SPEAK THIS EVENING
liquet
I wide*
Under    Auspices  of  World-
Movement to Be  Held in
St. Geortj.'s Hall.
Ple talented  laymen   missionaries
��� entertain theii Hearers this even-
J'  connect!,,,, with the Laymen's
I:
���|e'7""k'''-'    ��    11    lee    III'.    S.    C.Ollld.
Hum Pales-
k,,,, '.'.,   '   Cl e       i ntiy  returned
���JJ itackhouse, Ken-
elgn missions of
!���"   '���' \. K. Armstrong,
1��  ' p"       i the Presbyterian
I      Jw .      and T. B.
Ont,
lied after-dinner
.    . e an Interesting
I . is and the work
���     ii-i are
rid,
Nhoor,    .
���ft.**
V1'*' l&Jm. ���
Kjmparattve
P-   It i.      :il'i"';"unco two years
plnntarv ,'"" M ^'^anl/.atlon. but
'cause ot Xi,*. World l0 h(,1P on
ftbedasn U"ls,1''"'lt.v. It Is delation��f ?.ovemenl for the evan-
W*W -,Z    "   W0lk|.  Interdenom
McCrossan did nol plunge at
into the political question, but
mentioned the efforts that Mr.
Johnston had made toward successfully holding the Minto cup againsi
the world. Every man, said Mr, McCrossan, who takes such an Interesl
in healthy, manly sport, and who uses
his Influence for all thai Is fair and
broadminded in the upkeep of ('ana-
da's national game, as lias Mr. Johnston, will be as patriotic and loyal in
the interests of a clean government
as he has heen to the Minto cup lacrosse team. Such a man is one you
can hank ou for Integrity, honest)
and patriotism, and you may be sine
thai he is as loyal to th,. ime,ests
nf the community al Victoria as be
lias  heen   al   New   Westminstei
Thence onward Mr, McCrossan
deal! mine directly with the issues
al stake in the coming flght.
"The campaign." he said, "has 1" I n
sprung on us withoul warning when
we are still with.eat voters' lists;
lists which we shall noi be able to
procure for al least ten days. The
effect and intent of this move on the
pari nf the McBrlde-Bowser governmenl Is in throttle ibe free expression ni opinion oi the voters of British Columbia on the great questions
confronting that province. Nomina
tion day has come and gone and still
we have no voters' lists, a condition
unique and unparalleled throughoul
the political history of Canada.
The   Railway  Policy."
In criticising the governmenl rail
way policy, Mr, McCrossan staled
that Mr. McBride said thai be had
endeavored to have the t'. N, n
through the Nicola valley; through
the Similkameen country; over the
Hope mountains, and through to
coast, but Mr. Mann would not
his railway over thai route, so the
line was changed to run down
Praser river, paralleling the C,
III   lhe
tween  the
there
changes in  nny  p
iie of the country.
id,
if-
ie
can
the
ind
doc-
s doing even better than tl
tors had dared hope,
The inquest into the affair opens
in Vancouver at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Since the accident the police
have been hard at work, and many
witnesses will be called. it is probable thai the inquest will take several
days.
Funeral  of Victims,
first   of    the   funerals
The first of the funerals of th.
(fifteen victims of Wednesday's acci-
. dent on the interurban car line will
lake place today, when the remains
of T. Farmer and Motorman George
Thorburn will be committed to earth.
Both funerals will take place from
Armstrong and Edward's undertaking parlors, Vancouver, and both will
be held under the auspices of Uie B.
C. E. R. Employees' Association.
Held Conference.
Representatives of    the employees
Of  the  street   railway   company  held  .i
conferenci with Local Manager McQuarrie of this citj yesterday evening and the company is making arrangements to so curtail the service
while the funerals are taking place
as to allow as many as possible of the
men to attend the lasl rites,     a spe-
(Continued
'age
the
build
the
the
P   n
memorandum of agreemenl be
railway and the province
no provision made for any
in  nnv  part  of it  that  mighl
white and
blossoms.
not suit the people of the country.
"The Premier says." lie remark!
"that changes will be considered :
ter the election, but if the McBri
parly Is returned to power we
imagine what changes will he made.
(Continued on Page five). | dancing
M.iysonPrice.
A very pretty wedding took place
on Wednesday evening at the home
uf Harry Hun. uncle ol the bride, al
Crescenl Island, when John Gamble
Mayson was united In wedlock with
Evelyn Irene Price. The ceremony
was performed l���> Rt v. A, deB. Owen,
Of this city, the bridal party Btanding
undei' a bower supporting a floral bell
suspended from the i enl.   .
The bride was die i 2 In
wore a garland of orange
The bridesmaid, Miss Ruby Price, sis
ter of the bride, wore a dress of bl ie
silk and the flower girl, Miss Audrey,
a younger sister, wore pink silk. The
groom was supported by Mr, Clarence
McLean.
A large number of guests
ceremony sal down to tin
supper, the majority bi lng
and friends from the Delta.
those from the city were
Miss Tidy, C. McLean and
Lean, and .1. J, Mahoney
ly  married couple wen
of a large number of
ents.       The     evening
and other amusement!
Three candidates wen. duly nominated yesterday to contesi the city
in 11.. approaching election, .). J.
Johnston. Liberal; Thomas Gifford,
Conservative, and w. Dodd, Labor.
The nominations were held in the
hall of the couri house, between the
hours of 2 and 1 o'clock, by Returning Officer .!. Cunningham, Sr., .assisted by Election Clerk Captain
Peek'. No hitch occurred, the necessary deposit of Jioo in cash being
duly produced by the agents of the
candidates.
Many Endorse Johnston.
J. J. Johnston, the popular candidate of the Liberal party, was represented by Matthew A. Phillips. His
nomination was moved by Herbert
Gilley and .1. S. Bryson, and the papers were largely signed hy well
known citizens, names that carry with
them a reflection of the standing of
the candidate in the eyes of Ihe electors. Among these Wi re Roberl .lardine, John Reid, Wm, J. Whiteside,
A. E. Kellington. 11. Ryall, Harry Y.
Weir. .1. 1). Irwin. Ceo. Hunt, .1. O'Hal-
loran. Edward Mercer. Frederick
Raith, J. \. Duncan. P. Feeney, Geo.
Stagg, \V. L. Johnston. A brain .lames.
Magnus Sinclair. B, D, Grant, A. H
Ferguson, 0. Grimmer, Wm, McAdam.
ll. Haggman, Jos. Courtney, a. It-
Dean, A. L. Lavery, J. P, McMurphy,
A. Hardman, M. J. Warren, John McMurphy, John N, MacDonald. G, F.
Welch, Tims. Hambrough, James
Trodden.  B,   W.  Shiles.
Conservative backers.
The Conservative candidate, Thomas Gifford, named ,1. A. Lee as lns
agent, liis papers were signed In
pari by W, 11. Keary. J. A. Lee. T. S.
Annandale. \v. Norman Hole. n. A.!
fall.i ek. J. Reichenbach, J. ll. Vidal.
Nels Nelson, J. D. Taylor, L. A. Lewis.
.1. A. Montgomery, D. W. Gilchrist, J-
It.   Granl,   C.   Melinite.   ,\1.    \.   Hayes,
c. D. re.ie. d. w. Cross   Wm. Plum-
elfelt.   Thus.   Ovens.   W.   F.   Hansford.
w.  x.  cany.  D,   D.   Burnett,    E    v
Cieaiue.  Win.     A.     HandCOi _ ' A.   Mc-
GaBtell, Robt. Wintemute, A. J. Martin, I'. Warren, Jim. E Eagles, Jno.
Thompson and J. J. Randolph.
J. ll  Campbell was appointed agent
for the Labor candidat, , Walter Ilodd
He   was   proposed   by   Charles   Feeney,
and Thomas Trunbull seconded, (in
the nomination papers were Included
the names of George Bacon. Edward
Mason, William I'i nnycook, A, F.
1 luncan, Jos. Slater, S. I'. Jackman. II
A. Kenyon, Wm, Rej burn, M, D. Duffle, Henry Herbert Furrass, R M. C
Drysdale, Robt. Hampton, It, Wilson.
V. A, Johndro and John 11  Campbell.
WORK STARTS ON ERECTION
OF BIG STEEL PIPE PLANT
Another New Industry Comes to  New Westminster- McDonald Bros., of Grand Forks, Raise Framework of
New Shops���Will Ultimately Turn Out
Structural Steel Work.
A. J. McDonald, who With hi*
brother, J. C. McDonald, operates a
large machine works at Grand Forks,
arrived in the city on Tuesday and
immediately started a gang on the
construction of a factory In the city.
The McDonald brothers were lhe
successful tenderers on the contract
recently let hy Ibe city council for
Ihe construction of sixteen miles ol
25-inch sleel riveted water pipe to he
used in the building of a new water
main from Coqultlam lake to Hie
city, and designed to accommodate
the neighboring municipalities. The
successful tenderers undertook at
that time to erect a plant in the oily
and to manufacture the material
here. It is in accordance wiih this
promise thai Mr. McDonald is now in
the cily.
Ready by January.
No time is being lost in making the
necessarj   preparations to commence
construction  work  and  Mr.  McDonald
expects thai the machinery will be in
operation by January 1st, after which
it  will work continuously on the city j
order until its completion.     It is in-
tended to remove the machinery bod- j
lly from Grand Forks Into a new fac-1
tory  here,  and   the    transfer of    the j
plain is al preseni being superintend-:
ol b\ .1. c. McDonald In person.    An
endeavor was made to locale a suit-1
able waterfrontage site    i��� the citj. j
but  though negotiations are in prog-,
less,   so   far   nolle   has   bei ii   selected.
In  onier not  to delay  the work, the ,
contractors therefore decided to ereel j
a temporary    building,   and for this
purpose leased a portion of the C P.
U.  yards property  near the Small  &
Bucklin mill.
Already lhe framework of the structure is partly erected, and corrugated
iron for the roof and walls is being
hauled to the spot. The temporary
building will be 30x1121 feet. Later,
when arrangements have been made
Im a waterfrontage site, a permanent
building will be erected and (he Arm
will bianch oui, manufacturing not
only pipes, hut structural iron for
bridges and sleel construction generally.
Is Valuable Plant.
The plant is valued at over $30,000,
and will be augmented by powerful
compressors, to operate compressed
air driven tools, ihe moBt up-to-date
methods being employed throughout.
A smelting cupola will bo erected
with a capacity of eight tons of iron,
but the lii in will not make a practice
of heavy casting at the preseni time.
All the material, mostly plate iron
and steel will be brought around to
New Westminster by water, and at
the present time an order is being
tilled for 126 tons of iron and 126
ions of rivets, In Grand Forks thfi
firm has been doing a large business
receni ly Inning completed a contract
for $400,000 worth of work for (he
Granby smelter, the second largest
smelter in  lhe world.
Mr. McDonald believes thai there
is a still brighter prospect in this
eiiy for llis plant, pointing out. the immense amount of iron thai will
soon be required both here and In
Vancouver, which al preseni has to
bring il from the east al much expense and delay.
NEW    PRESBYTERIAN     MINISTER.'
  I
after the
wedding
relatives
Among
Mrs. and
Miss Mc-
The new-
recipients
valuable pres-
was    spent   in
the
The
Moon
Funeral   of   M
funeral oi the
look   plaei
���s.   Moore.
late Mis.
Sarah
yesierday from Hie
residence of Kev. \. iv Bartlett, Ladner, to the Boundar) Hay cemetery.
The lule Mrs. Mome was tlie mother-
Congregation of    Ladner    Church   Is- ,
sues Call io Rev. J. .. Hnstie. '
Rev, J. s  Henderson, who returned]
yesierday from i trip to Victoria, previous I'i ��liii'li lie spent - Bhorl time
ai Ladner, jtati a ihat the congrega-
lion of ihe Ladner Presbyterian
church has decided to extend a call
io Rev, J. J Hastie, formerly of Bid
ney, Australia.
The  salary  attached   lo  lhe  pastorale  is $1,000 and in addition In this
the minis!,,   receives the use of the ,
manse, and an annual  holiday of one
month.
The call   will   he  ollu  ally  issm i|   bj
(he  Presbytery of New  Westminstei
as soon as possible.
A  broken  pipe al  the Junction of
Carnarvon and Columbia, streets was
the cause ol some trouble to thc
waterworks men yesterday. At this
pail of Iho city the roadway is built
up fi oni lhe old rivei bed with slabs
and mill-Waste, and in Ihis lhe water
lay |o a depth oi nearly two feet over
ihe pipe. A powerful pump was
brought iniH service, but for some
lime it had little effect, and eventually repairs had to he done under thn
water, though not of a very great
depth.
inlaw   of   Mr.   Hai Hell,
liis home in Ladner.
and   lived   al
Little but routine business occupied tbe attention of the trustees at
the regular monthly meeting of the
school   board  held   lasl   evening.
London   Firefighters   Injured.
London, tint.. Nov. 11.���Fire tin*
morning did damage to ii,e extent oi
$25,000 to lhe Ontario Spring Mattress factory. Fire Chief Aiken.
Assistant Chief Aiken, and Fireman
Robertson weie seriously injure | b.v
the collapse of lhe second lloor.
Nominations Throughout the Province.
warding   through
���  are sixteen In
lOW      \
slmilai  banquel  will be
' venlng at the
'  here, 6:30 which
by   "'hers   of     the
s .Missionary movement
young    In  Canada
��������<>..
'av
Int
fnational, and is in
TtlMPrs""!!!''".'! vilh the clergy.
_i abo? f?Wl|,�� '" t'll.s city was
""akliiK n ' ag0' ��r- Manches-
.;ilil-r,v,1,;;,;ii""'" Part, but not
��k"Hi J����"M ago did It really
���9in^*Lu , We8tmlnBter peo-
has steadily grown.
^���^������������������������##
OS ,0 the Flaa-
jMj Hnd j��j����� should do his
, onisYn'r'" ,'" ,ll(' committee
" "Ih powerndt" an assistance
on of  11   w;lrd ,hfi ">���li-
*�� ,���.,.��"�� "n    the Fraser
ft^Mlon kfand i,Klllnst the
i4r,'����MK,(, ':v a, "ability of
^,nrkl'H.' dim. I thp 120.000
K      m,'i In British Colum-
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The  nominations
made,    and      the
throughout     the     provinci
lined   up  for battle.
As  a  result   of  yesleri
tions the Liberal party
better   condition
dreamed   of     three
Districl.
Atlin  	
Alberni   	
Cariboo (2)  	
Chiiliwack   	
Comox   	
Cranbrook     	
Cowichan   	
Columbia    	
Delta   	
Dewdney  	
Esquimalt   	
Fertile   	
Greenwood   	
Grand Forks	
islands	
Kamloops   	
Kaslo	
Lillooet	
Nanalmo	
Newcastle   ...
Nelson   	
Okanagan   	
Revelstoke   	
Richmond	
Rossland	
Skeena  	
Baanlch	
Similkameen	
Slocan   	
Vancouver   (6)   ...
have    all
political
been
forces
are     nn��
,v's  noinina-
fuuls Itself In
than    had    been
weeks  ago.       In
only four constituencies are there no
Liberal nominees, these being Nanaimo. whe,,. the Liberals bave
joined with the Conservatives to Bup-
'poii A. !���:. Planta againsi J, ll. Hawthornthwaite; Slocan, where .1. C.
Harris, who lakes the Beld as an Independent,   Is practically   supporting
Conservative.  Liberal
the Oliver platform; Ymi, and Similkameen, which goes by acclamation
io L. \v. shatfoi'd, Conservative member In the late house.
one of the features of yesterday's
Dominations was the budding oui of
a   large   Mock  Of independent! and  So-
eialisis    in      constituencies      where
Other rallies.
straight parly fights bad been expected. In Comox, \V. Duncan Ih
oui iis a Conservative independent,
in Cowichan, .1. Cart wi Ighl carries
the bannei for the Socialists, while in
Slocan. J. C. Harris Is Oul as an in-
dependent, and c. \v. Benneti as a
Socialist,
Lille    Member.
young, Dr. n. K. .
Morgan,   Dr.  A.   D
Callahan. Dr	
Fraser. J. A	
Cawley, S. A	
Manson. W	
Ca\an, T	
Ilaywanl.   \V.   II.   .
Parsons, H, G. ..
MacKenzie, F. J. .
Manson. W. J. ������
Helmcken, II. D.  .
Uoss,  W.   It	
Jackson.   J.   Ft.
Miller, E	
McPhillips, A. E. .
Shaw. C.  P	
Mackay.   N.   P.
Bell, Jas	
Planta. A. E.   ...
Stewart. J.
Wright,   Harry   ...
Ellison, P	
Taylor.  T	
Cotton. F. L. C.
Braden, W*. R-  - ���
Manson. H. G.  ...
Eberts, D.  M.
. ghatford. L. W.
Hunter
BowseT
Kearns,  Tbos.   ,
Brewster, H, C,
Jones,   Harry
Voislon.  ,l.   M.
Munro,   C.   W.
Forrest, J. McK.
King. Dr. J. H.
Evans, J. N.  ..
Buchman, J. A.
Oliver, John ...
Thompson,   A.
Jardine,   John
Fisher, A. I.  . . .
MacDonald. A.  .
Patterson, D.
Purvis. P	
Vasey, H. M.  ..
Keen, J	
Bagleson, M,
Thomas, J- ���
Crease, E. A.
Dehart, F. R.
LIndmark, E.
Farris. J. W. .
English,  Dr. J
Kergen, W. T.
Brydon, T. S.
Duncan, W.  (Con. Ind.)
Oartwright,  ,1.   IKoe.)   , .
. Young, I Ion. II
.Brewster,  ll   I
.Jones, 11. ll
. Yorslon, .1
. Munro, C.
. Grant. It.
.King, Dr.
. 11 ay ward,
. Parson, II
;. (Con.)
I Lib i
I.I   	
. m. (Lib.) ...
\V.   I Lib.I   . . .
(Con.) 	
I  H. (Lib.) ...
W,   H.   (Con.)
. O.  (Con.)   ...
POSTPONEMENT PKOOHOEE
100 TRUSTEES CONVENTION
Members of Upcountry School Boards
Would Be  Dnable to Return  In
Time to Vote.
Harrington,
lleatherton.
Mclnnes. Jo
(Soc.)
(Soc
(Soc.)
F.
Hawthornthwaite, J.
Williams, P.  (Soc.)
Mathewson, J. (Soc.)  ..
Johnson, Jas. (Soc.)  ...
Kempster, G.  H.  (Soc.)
\v   Harris, J. C. (Lib. Ind.) Bennet, C. W. (Soc.)  ..
\V. J      .. Wade, F. C Kingsley, E. T. (Soc.) ..
"   " Mackenzie, W. M. (Soc.)
Macgowan, A. H. B.  ...  ... Senkler, J. H Mackenzie, V
McGuire. Dr Campbell, J McGregor, M. (Soc.)
Victoria (4)
Westminster
Yale	
Ymir   	
McGuire. Dr.
Watson.  H.  H.
Tisdall  C. E	
McBride, R	
Davey, Fred	
Fiehnsen,   H.   F.   W.
Thomson. H. B ��iunn, m
Gifford. T    ��������� Johnston, J. J.
McBrlde, R ���������  Henderson,  S
f.hofleld, J. H    	
Macdonald, G. E.
Stables,   J.   B.
Oliver, John ...
Drury, R. L.
Houston, W. K.
Munn, H. A. ...
Garvey,   P.   (Soc.)   ...
Pettlpiece, R. P.  (Soc.)
Oliver, George (Soc.) .,
Morley, A. J.  (Ind.)  ...
Dodd, W.  (Lab.)   ...
Oliver, A. M. (Soc.)
 Oliver, J.   (Lib.)   	
 Manson, W. J. (Con.)   ...   .
 lardine, W. J.  (Lib.)   ...   .
...   ..Ross,  W.   R.   (Con.)   	
)    ....Naden,  G.   It.   (Lib.)   	
 Mclnnes,  J.   (Soc.)    	
 Mcl'hillipR, A.  B.   (Con.)   .
 Fulton, F. J.  (Con.)   	
 Mackay, N. F. (Con.)   ...  .
 Eagleson,  M.   (Lib.)   	
(Soc). Hawthornthwaite,   J.   (Soc.
 Williams, P.   (Soc.)   	
 Hall, Dr. G. A. B.  (Lib.)   .
 Ellison, P. (Con.)	
Taylor,   T.   (Con.)    	
Cotton, F. L. C.  (Con.)   ..
Macdonald, J. A.  (Lib.)   ..
Kergin,  Dr.   (Lib.)   	
Eberts, D. M. (Con.)  ...  .
Shatford,  L.  W.   (Con.)   ..
Hunter,  W.   (Con.)   	
Bowser, W. J. (Con.)  ...  .
Macgowan, A. H. B.   (Con
Talow, R. G.  (Con.)   ...   .
Garden, J. F. (Con.)   ...   .
McGuire, Dr.  (Con.)   ....
McBride,   R.   (Con.)   	
Davey, F. (Con.)	
Behnsen,   H.   F.   W.   (Con.
Thomson, H. B. (Con.) ...
Gifford, T. (Con.)	
Henderson, 8. (Lib.)   ...   .
Schoflold, J. H.   (Con.)   ..
It Is probable that the meeting of
the Miitish Columbia Association of
School Trustees, which was to have
been held ut Chiiliwack on tbe lTth,
1Mb and LDth of this month, will
have lo he postponed on account of
the coming elections, inasmuch as
coming so close after the meeting,
they would not give many of the participants a chance to get home In
time to vote.
Trustee P. Peebles, of this city, (be
onlv local man on the executive of
the association only yesterday re-
ceived a telegram from A. ED Planta
of Nanalmo,   the   president, stating
positively thai he would mil be preiv-
elll and asked Mr   Peebles If lie would
consent to a postponement Under
m,   , ircumstanceB, Mr,    Peebles did
not see bow he eoilld do olbeiwise
than consent. If the other members
of the executive were of the same
opinion.
Up to the present no wtrd has been
received from anv of the members,
but it seems likely that the meeting
will be put off until some time nfter
the election. The programs have
been printed and all arrangements
made for the meeting, and it seems
unfortunate that some one did not
start to object to the date sooner.
Of course, the school trustees had
set their date long b'-fore the election
was heard of, but those Interested are
now asking why nothing was done
during the past two weeks by either
the president or the secretary.
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opposite the Carnegie Library. ���
Telephone No. 606. ���
Committees meet every ev- ���
ening at 8 o'clock. ���
The   Liberal   party   desires ���
that every one opposed to the ���
"wild and unconsidered" rail- ���
way policy of the government ���
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MONEY  TO   LOAN
U "V TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to adfance 1 uey to any
un ant   o.    t ty    property or  for
1 Dr.  A.  D.
Buchanan. P. 0   . "   1
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Phone    : '.' ��� ���
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MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
1 Importer
of 1      omental 1
stone, el       Satis
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PAPER   HANGING   &,   DECORATING.
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Mouldings,   1 .   - . ra-;
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PRINTERS.
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kind of job printing      Mi o
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one    "'     P. 0.    Box 14.'
Dally Xews Block, Sixth Wn   I
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S  RESTAURANT    4.    CAFE
Tickets,   Jtl 1      t for  M.      ���
coo-. . I. no Orlen-
tai labor et - '
night      Opposite tram office.
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THE  RATEPAYERS OF  THE
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ladies   andgentl.
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P. BURNS
in I -..--- TO  THE   ELECTORS  OF  THE   CITY
myself at                    of new Westminster.
- at the I     ..      lng elect 	
iced, it "A'ax      Ladieej and Gentlemen���. t I
I my intention to withdraw from civic I Quest of a very large number ol citi-
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
'      '";��� short in his I politics at    the end of   the   present
term, -bat the urgent * w man)
Parliament  Ope^s.
'���" "���---��� 11 ���Pa llamenl
;orm*"y.opened  today   by   !.,.,  exo
Take notice that an application bas
been made to register Thomas Knight
Jr., as the owner i:; :"���.   simple, under
a  1 ax  sale  d< Inspi   -or of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Dykes to Thor:. :ring
and    ratepayers I consent*     to date tiie 5th day of September  A.D.,
 ������ v._ _.    allow my 1      ���  to be submitted I    the  1907, of all and'slngular that certain
that 1 .''     ������'��� tor thei* support as May.,,   of parcel or tract of land and premLses
:-.  office until  the Improvement  pro-   New Westminster for the year 1910.     situate.  lying and  being  in  the Dt��
with    which I an, familiar In      My policy has been. is. and will be trict  of    Xew    Westminster, in  the
detail. Is carried out, compels   wholly one of progress and In the in-  Pro'ince of    British Columbia,  more
me to bow to their wishes, and again , terests of all the people of Xew  ��� ��� ��� sr.  par:   ularly  known  and  described as
9  and  10, Block  10, of part  of
f'"': gorernor-gpneral.       The ! seek your suffrages i minster. I will discuss issues through
redings were purely formal. j    if elected I pledge myself to devote | the  campaign   and^ ask  your  earel
Wherever They Gather
���   ''' '���>   among    them    whose    app'-arance
' -    ��� -.    o.   1   certain refinement, good taste and
style in then ���       ...��� :. them shore the commonplace.
OUR CLOTHES
Ai<- the products of real tailors. Their work Is not the work
of the novice b it the work of   men who have mounted the ladder of
��� -h in tli<i: own .particnlai business. Good taste, refinement
and style
Are Represented.
consideration of all questions.
Polling dav December 13th, ld<
JOHN A. LEE
NOTICE.
Lot    .  ami  lv, oiock  iu, 01  part or   m.
Lot  HA, Group 2.
Y n and those claiming through or j I
und ,.r you and all persons claiming , E
any i .terest in the said land by vir-11
tue of any unregistered Instrument |^
and ill persons claiming any interest E
in the said land by descent, whose [R
title is not registered under tbe pro-11|
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
.Notice Is hereby given that an ap-  visions  of  the  "Land  Registry  Act
plication  will  be made    by  the   Van- ar�� required to contest the claim of]
'couver,    Westminster ft Yukon Rail- *>�������"    P^cha^r   within forty-flve j
!wav  Company  to the Parliament of *��8��?1'�� thG dat(" of th? ""��<* ? |
Canada at its next session for an acl   *ls. n��"�� "P��n >';.;. and '�� d,,,a',It
to extend the time    for commencing   .' nd <? ���'" �� ***?**, ��\ lis J^
the   construction  of  the  lire-  ol     the  *����  being  filed   within  such  period.,
company's      railway,    authorized    by ��rlJn*fMh  of    redemption  before,
Ichapter  87  of  the  Statute,   of   1901,  ^^atlon, you and each of you will
I until the 16th day of May. 1912;  and   Jp    fore'fr    "topped    and  debarred
to extend  the  time  for finishing and  from  fU,lng   u��* ,a,n>;  cIal;n   tfJ  <Y '"
putting the said line ia operation un- rcsfeCt ��LiM Bald land, and I shai
til   the  15th  day of    May.  1915;   and ^'ster ���omas Knight Jr. as owner
[also to change the route of that part
;of the line of the company's railway
authorized  by Section 7  of the said
'act,   which  runs  from  Bquamish   val-
thereof In fee.     And I.hereby direct j
that  publication   of    tills   notice   for'
thirty days in a daily newspaper pub
,,-..-_- .- Westminster    and a
lished in   Xew
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
******************44**4444****444*449.^t ********
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
[ley to Hazeiton. cr some' other"poin't  *'ef'ki>' newspaper published at Chll-
|on  the  Skeena river from  the route  .y^"^, win .be ^"f"' ��nd sufficient ser
in each and every garment sbown by us.
you tliat these are solid facts
Ask your friend, he will confirm this.
We can easily convince
He wears our clothes.
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
'authorized by the said section of tbe
I said act, to a route describ.il  a~ follows:      Commencing from  ���_ point at
'or near   the   city of    Vancouver or
Isome  other convenient  point  on  the
Ishore of  Burrard Inlet to a point  at
or near the city of Xew Westminster
in  the  province of  British  Columbia
(such  line of railway being In  addition  to  the  line of railway  between
the   said   points   which   Is  authorized
by the company's act of    Incorporation), and from the said point at or
near the city of .New Westminster to
the south side    of    the Fraser river,
thence  by  the    most    feasible  route
through    Xew    Westminstei   District
and in an easterly and northerly direction  through  the districts of  Yale.
[Lillooet   and   Cariboo   to  a   point  on
Ithe branch line from Willow river td
.Edmonton authorised b.v Chapter 17$
'of  the Statutes    of    1906  al   1     near
Tete Jaune Cache; thence northwest-
terly following the line of railway authorized by Chapter 176, ol I     Statutes of 1906, along the South Fork oi
the  Fraser  river  to  a   poinl   '   tw<een
Fort George and Fort McLeod; thenci
by the most feasible route to HazeN
vice thereof. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Xew Westminster, Province Of British Columbia, this Kith dav of October, A. D.   1909.
C, S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Jane .Wilkinson. 240-^��
SKATE
AT THE
PYTHIAN RINK
Ladies purchasing skate tickets
during the month ,,f November will
receive a ticket entitling them to a
chance on a gold watch. Drawing to
take place NOVEMBER 30, 1909.
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS
li':�� ,DAV. NUMBER
1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
I\\C!E T1IKKE.
nF   CANADIAN    HOMfe-
8YN0P8TEAC? REGULATIONS.
t ���' .eeU'll"
e��oii
0. O. B\���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.
The regular meet.: g of tin.
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Cai
von street, every Monday evei
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, nobk
grand.    W. C. Coatham. rec. secy
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO
���Meetings the flrsta nd third 1
day in each month.    Visiting bn I
ren    cordially    invited   to   atti   I
Lodge room, A. ij. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows'  I lock, Clarkson streei'.
SOAP
by any per-
e Head of a family
rears of age, to
���in "fe0   ,     lUarter  section of
^"!" .,.���   i.SS. I  " ���	
personally at (COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.oi-
!���''
Hi
160 acres, mon o.
Entry for  the  district |    ���Meets the fourth    Friday   in
,.   " ind Is situate.     Entry,    month at   8 o'clock, in th?  smai
cai
Iby P'oW
���certain
I       . son
t    I |s required tn l-'-
Tbe bi onnected
however,  ne made on
""' ; b,    the    lather,
brother or Bis-
ai steader.
mouth  at
hall, Oddfellows'
block.
there
tpa the contftioii       ^    toUowmg
l^e.e, under   ou<-
ilaus
in
i: :-
., |,,is; six months'
and cu (,t tllc
residence
and on
ta   1 '���'���
fo
mother, if tne
.   ���.'      . niouiv
the homesteader
.Tt'i   '��� ......    i ,,    t ho    Vli
lather is u th    virinity 0t
iel residence may  be satis
Riding with the lather
FRATERNAL OKDKU OF l-..\i, i.i...
Aerie N'o. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. in the KaUes
ball, Columbia street. J, \. Alb _
eson, W. Pres.; h. Schofield, Becre
tary.
lis permanent
^lied   hy
to
Lcl) |iersu"
fcr moiber. ,
If the st'lllvr hl13 "
fanning   land   owned
"'���  _\ __t Bome"
to reeldeuv.
residence  upon
by
,sje|.ncc upou
,y him jn }\_
feOierequlren
be satisfied
it mid land.
s|j months' notice
t0 the ciaiiiilssion-.T of Do-
Ottawa of Intention
JOARD    OK    TRADE���NEW Wn.b'1
minster Board of Trade meets in t'.,
hoard room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tbe tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novenatrar, at n p.n.." annua
meeilngs on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month,
ly or quarterly meeting. (J. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary,
Funerals Of
Accident Victims
(Continue,1   trom   1'
ifc'v  One.)
Scotch   Whisky
cial
ir. leaving here this morning al
8 ei clock, will convi j manj ol thi
operators from Uns city, as wel) as
practically the whole staff of the car
shoj s in Vancouver In order thai thej
nta;. be preseni al Fanner's interment. .Many of the men will wail
over until the funeral iu the afternoon also.
On Saturday will take place the funerals of T. Bowes, k. s Lyon, Edward Holland, Frank 1 Dcbin and
Archie Wilkinson, all  of  Vancouver,
The   corteges     will   leave     th
taking parlors for th
o'clock in ih
undei
oerteterj  al  '.
afternoon.
In writing should
���e riven
llnion lands
i until v f��r patent.
Yoal-Coal mining rights  may   be
ed'for   a period of    twenty-one
tjrs at an an nun
n.    Not   more
all he lease-1  to
mpanv.      \  re
_ ffnt? per toi
He merchantable coal mined.
W. W. COUY.
putv of tim Minister of the Interior.
MB���Unauthorized   publication   of
li advertisement will    not  be  paid
rental  of  Jl  per
than    25(10   acres
nne individual  or
alty a; the rate of
shall  be collected
_t_.?* n* SCOTLAND HKNEKIT Association, Lord of the lslefl CftBiJ!
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month lu K 0t f
hall.     Chief, W. Sutherland. '
MELTON PEOPLE
APPEAL FOR PROTECTION
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
|Re the south hall of the southwesi
JuarttT ol Si        ���   26,   Township   16,
|Pw Westmin! u r District.
[Whereas pro    ol the loss of certi
ate of title X in ier 12.179F, issued
���   ��� loberl  Fleming Sey-
|v; I In this offlce.
]\ j Iven  that   I shall.
��� dn . .    one  month   from
If i te of i       rsl publication here-
i::, ;e iper published in
I City ol S'i '.   Westminster, issue
[..[eli.,.' lid certlfl 'ite. un-
mime valid objection
| : Iting.
S   KKITH.
I trar of Titles.
| ' ifHce,  New  West-
���   r 11, 1909. 242-26
lOTICt RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE. I
O. O. F.���ROYAL CITV LODGE
No. 3���Meets lu Oddfellows' hall
Columbia street, every Friday even
Ing at H o'clock. Visiting brethren
will he made welcome. Q, g. Wiley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G. recording secretary
OTHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon bodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; I.. O. 1.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 468.",. I. o. P.; C. O.
F. Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood  of Owls.  Nest  No.  'i'i.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283���Meets second and fourth
Mondays at 8 p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood St.
CITY
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Tenders aro invited for the erection
of a Refuse Destructor, capacity 50
tons per dav. Plans and profiles of
site, specifications and further particulars as prepared by the City Engin.
eer, can be obtained on application to
the undersigned.
Tendi rs to be plainly marked on
the outside "Refuse l> sti uctor," and
delivered by 5 p.m. ol the 22nd day if
November, 1909, to
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Hazeiton, B. C, Nov. 11.���T went.v-
ilght residents of Hazeiton have appealed in Premier McBrlde to Increase the regular police force in view
of the Indian situation. The message follows:
"In view of the seriousness of the
Indian situation, the minority of
whiles and insufficient police protection, we. the undersigned business
and family men of Hazeiton. hereby
again petition and demand that you
Increase at once the regular police
force by at least twenty men."
A largely signed petition was forwarded to Victoria six months ago,
requesting a large force of police in
anticipation of trouble after the close
of navigation.
Eight Indians concerned in the
trouble in the Kispiox valley are now
under arrest, ami appeared before
Magistrate Allison, and were remanded  for a Week.
Sentt0a Approval
To RKsi'O.N.snn.K Peopi.ic   *
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED  GEM
_tha Ink Pencil
Y'eiir Choice ef
til
\1UNTAI>i/
V "I *   t
I Th - condltii o   th ��� old bridge is
F'' tfe    for    vehicular
the public  generally  are
P'm A   ��� hauling   loads   or
K kind ���.-;���
���Persons cm
ll not
pselve.
' order.
IClry Hall,  \
lnl, 1909.
ing
ike
to do so after
all thf. risks on
VY   A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
v  Westminster,  July
m Give Careful Attention
M��ounts ol        ..rations, firms and
Finals, and  shall  be  pleased  to
P '"' '"' I   with   those   W'ho
pmiiliii, ,,... j lg (.hangc,s or open-
Is Dew accounti
1" b'"> tiaven'i
|Wis the besl
Savings Account,
time to start one.
IN Bank of Canada
dncor]  ��� Lted 1S69)
!!!?'Praid UP $ 4,700.000
SfMVt Fund _.
Fund
lot3l Assets
r.   fi.
F   SHUTE.
5,400,000
 55,000,000
C,   Branch,
Manager.
T. PRINCE
and Accountant
fe   oof'    n00KS    Of    AC-
���   NTS   OPENED ON  APPROVED
SYSTFMS.
COL11CTIONS.
^"T FOR THE  HALL SAFE  CO.
A00* a. Westminster
frust Block.
p
0. BOX 795.
"4 Watchmake
r
Oold w
atca
er w
atche
.Sllv,
MO,
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l*fc 'or   .,
es for L_Al_. (rom ^2.7.
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gents- open face
i. gents' open case,
altham
Mch
and     Kigin
fepalHi
'um
nK a 8peciaity
F- CRAKE
"   G����- Adam,. Crocr
rf��ori
tron
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Funerals   Here  on   Sundaj.
The remains of the late William
Johnston and William Mains, the
two local victims of the accident, will
be interred in this city on Sunday
afternoon, the funerals being beld under the auspices of the ear company's
employees' association. The funeral
cortege will start at 2 o'clock from
William Harris' late residence, and
will tbence proceed to Murcbio'a undertaking parlors, where a short service will be held over the body of the
late   William  Johnson.
Thence the joint cortege will proceed to the cemetery al Sapperlon.
Rev. A. dell. Owen wlll conduct the
services over the remains of the late
Mr. Harris, while Kev. A. Shildrick,
of Holy Trinity cathedral, of the congregation of which the deceased was
a prominent member, will perform
the last rites for Conductor Johnson.
William Harris was a member of the
Sons of England, and the members
of thai society will follow his body
to the grave.
Taylor   Doing   Well.
John 1). Taylor, an employee in the
Cunningham carriage repair Bhop Of
this city, was the only man in the
recent wreck al Lakevlew who escaped serious injury. llis name was
noi amongst the list published of the
Injun il. for instead ol going to the
hospital lie made his way to his home
in Vancouver at 999 Oak street.
Mr. Taylor was sitting on the rear
seat of ihe ear when ihe crash came,
and one of the Hying timbers struck
him fah in the chest, driving him
through the end ut the car and Into
the mass of debris, flying splinters.
of which Inflicted many painful flesh
wounds. The edge .if the timber
tore bis neck open above the throat,
which required nine stltchi s to di aw
the w I together, and his tie was
Genuine .Scotch Is Qood
ii.
bcotch
digestive,
absolutely
being.
But,
user  onh
Also
large.)   u
Use ,
Use   W
century
u herever
Whisky
Many
essential
is .in excellent tonic and
elderly people ImJ it
t"    tlu-ir physical   well
like
everything   else,   it  benefits (lie
when  used  m  moderation.
its
���mi t!
.eneht   to
dc
pends    very
nratul
���t
genuine
Hi
Mall Whisky.
lor
you
you   si
tigniand Pure
Hson s    a    brand    thai   ior   h   : u   .,
has been   held   in   the highesi esteem
Scotch  Whisky  is to be found.
ed    in   the   Highlands  ol    Scotland,
ley Milt, and hy the old-fashioned
process, our Whisky is aged in Slier
wood until it is smooth, mellow and rich.
l-'IStll
from pure Bar)
pot Stir
.���rry
insist     on
Watsons
THREE STAR"-A
'NO, IOM��� Aiull.bodu
mild, thoroughly maturtd Seotsh*
il, richly flavored Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., limited  -  Dundee.
Will
cul through
a knife.
Taylor was the Hist
wreckage;  though weal
blood and badlj   brulsi
���
cleanly  as  though  by
to leave the
trom loss of
he  crawled
'ftlco  'Phone   18i.
Columbia
nam  'Phone 137
Street.
Psggage    delivered    promptly    to
any  part of tbe cltj.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
iMiiisi
B ery pen gn irauleod
full    11   Kt,    Sl    llU   l.el.,,       , 111
i u unlit hand i.e... I b .'I
iu e.Uiei cur standoril
black opaque pattern, oi
Nou'breakable Transpai -
. e.i s di sired, either la
l :nni or engraved luiit.li.
as preferred.
You ivty try ll,i��p*n ��� wi>ek,
gjjjfr CANADIAN PACIFIC
^jpr B.C. CoastSS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To   Victoria���Daily   at   1:30   p.m.
To  Alaska���November  23,  11   p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���November 18.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; .Monday. 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Daily ai 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fr.'iser river to Chiiliwack
and     way   points���steamer   Beavei
loaves Westminster ai 8 uiu. OU
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday; returning, leaves t'hilliwaek at 7 a.m.
on  Tuesday. Thursday  and  Saturday.
Fur further particulars call or address
ED. QOULET, Agent,
New Westminster,
or
C. B. POSTER,
Asst.   Gen.   Fuss.   Agent,
Vancouver, u. c.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
���  RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express and Seattle train
leaves 7:55. ,
Afternoon Express leaven 15:t;5,,  ,
all    points    East,    Including   l nueu
States points,.St. Paul nnd Hast.
Agasslz i/ocal leaves 17:86.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GO I'LET,
C. P. K. A&ent'
loiioi t.i"; ii u��| raw i.u i
:.">.3 *
if.
I I ��� e|. r   *,!,. it ll.������ /ou can ��,.' U
1'el"   for   leu.lk   iih,.  fU_  ,,,.,.,  U
I'M,.!     Ill      ��,,,    ,.|ll,T    Illll,,..    |f    I,,   ,_
.liteiply   iil,,fi��� t..,v  III r.,-,v
l| ,e i return it unit wo Hilt Mild I
roa II 10 for It.
Ci ��� ���. Lirrli ,,���r fnmr ,ii ind \
p.., ���l��r Hro I.,,  lun  hnoll,   >
oomi'liM I'..!. ,,������ f tr luihpli u , ,
1,0   run.til    Ir,    Bi.y    poiltii le    ll
pocket oi ill p|        ' ,,-, i,i,,,, i i
All)-    ��ii.'��   nt   I : .1 1    || I,.     I ;   II
num   hi ro ,-i   f i.   Iridium
!��� Inl, i ol ihed rulonlud r.,e' ��� r
rn.r,   W,,. c.itu   flnltb.     Id-lnil j
���   *������ ���'   for 1 ��� ���,,      Arriei.
"nni,. i    ffrln for lurmi,   wnli
ii.., " lr,t >.,u forfel      AddfWl
Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
Mn.eitic Bldg.,
Detroit. vi.-h
NO   LONGER  TORTURED.
A Sergt.-Wheeler in R.C.A. Finds Cure
From Agonizing Skin Disease.
Sergt. Wheeler Thos. P. Benm tt, R
C. A��� who lives ni 705 Alberl St., 01
tawa, describes  the1 rellel   which  he
gol  from  li. l��.  D,  Prescriptions.
"li gives me pleasui i   to couinn nd
D. D,   D.  to sufferers  ii   si,in  dls
eases. For three years I Buffered In
tensely from a skin diseas ��� which I
devi loped on the back of i".\ neck.
li   giew   continually   nnd   sometimes
.ensi   off  scales.     Neighbors'   advice,
prescriptions,  salveB  and    expensive
blood medicines were lavlshlj used.
"At last  I found rellel  In  D. D   D.
j used according to directions,    li   re-
I quired jusi one imi i le to effeel a
cure. I nm im longer tortured so i
have no hesitancy In acknowledging
[ in the world the worth nnd gnnt vlr-
| lure of  1).  Ii.  D."
Blood   medicines  cannol   kill     the
germs  in  the skin  which  caiisi "-
ma and other skin diseases Salves
fall because they cannol penetrate,
li. D. D. goes right Into the pores,
kills lhe germs and cures, ng many ol
our New Westminster people cnn testify. Frank MacKenzle, Druggist,
New Westminster,
For tree sampli  bottle o( D. D. D
Prescription   write  to   the   D,   D   "
Laboratory Department, x. N., 23 Jordan St., Toronto.
For Bale by all druggists,
up  the
scions.
senses
brandy
bank until
When   h
he found
down   his   tlioiit
he dropped  uncoil-
returned to his
i   woman pouring
md   he   wns
MEATS
then lifted into n Vancouver bound
car ami taken to his home. Yesterday he wns aide In lie ahout llis home
imi was sore ami siiif from the bruises sustained. ii, attributes his es-l
cape from serious Injur) to the facl
thai he was in the rear sent when!
ihe collision occurred.
NOTICE.
Notice Is   hereby    Riven    thai  the
Court  of  Revision i. I'I he  list  of house-
holders entitled lo vote In the City of
\e��- Westminster will sil ul the City
Hall in the City ol New W< itmlnster
B. c, on VIond ij tin l&tli day November, 1309, al the hour of 10
o'clock In tin- forenoon.
Dated ihis 8th   day of   November,
1909.
W. A. DUNC LV,
Citv Clerk.
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT TUB
Central Meat Market
Jorner FlghtH 8t. ___    Firth Arena*
PHONf   J70.
BOWELL *   OODr.  Proon��tc.rm
FOR  FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO tiik
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT   ST.,   WINDSOR   BLOCK.
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweel
C iicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all tho principal business centeufof
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the M/KI-
TIMI*. PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ano
PHILADELPHIA; via Niagara FallB.
For Tim* Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VAbX.
Assistant Oen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, i:.f> Adams St.. Chleasro, 111.
Chums $1.r!j
Hoys' Own
Girls' Own
Chatterbox
Annual
Annual
1.75
1.75
.sr,
JUST ARRIVED AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia  Street.
Supply limited. Come and
sec our fine display of toys and
China on second floor. It will
please you.
Citizens of New Westminster
Endorse Liberal Candidate
(Continued trom
Page Five.i
Mr. McCrossan read a reporl on the
equipment nnd maintenance ol the
c .\. Ft, which Is taken from the records ol the railwaj commission thai
inquired Into the causes ol the tieup
of traffic on the C. N, if lines In the
winter of 1907. In ii tbe road '��
criticised unmercifully. "Tiny should
not be allowed to build another mile
Of line." rends lhe report, "until they
have whal they now control in proper
working order."
Mr. McCrossan further pointed oul
that the C. N. K. was bound to come
here ln anv event.      They musl  have
an outlet   on the    Paciflc,     In the N��* What is Wanted
present  plans   of    the railway they "John Oliver, leader or the LiheraJ
were evidently not seeking  to open party, does nol believe that the lln*
up new tracts of fertile country where Hhoiild run where It ls now proposed
the line will pay a dividend, but were whnl  lhe prolviico has heen living to
merely   seeking     an     outlet   on   the ^,,1 ever since It wna a province, Ib ii
coast  for their through  freight from |jne from  the count  to the  Kootenay
the prairie  provinces. over  the  Hope   mountains.      And   If
A Ruined Credit. J,'!',M ��U*�� ,|.H ''''"'"<���" '<��� l'"��'''  ^
���    . ... .,,,.,. 1 win k''1 it, 11 tha government iuih i<>
He drew a vivid picture of British ()|i||(I ���.���,,���,., (|,|(| mil|n|,lln ,���,, ||������
Columbia seeking credit, in the mon- herself. The 77 tulles of track over
ey markets of the world after "'',,���. n,,,,,, mountains will be tbe key
standing had been Inevitably m- tQ (||(, H|,imHolli ������. Bpol��� lo u���.
paired by endorsing the bonds of ""' ,.(),,sl .,.,,��� ���.,.. wou,., not ���,���, at
C. N. R. It was not as If the prov- iBl ,.,....., ||)(U) |42t)0 000i ���m, in ftu
ince had a first mortgage on the &������� probability It would pay from (he
As the scheme now stands he point- ,;ilt ������
ed out the r.Ulway company and the j
province are in the position of Joint Mr. McCroBsan here left the rail-
mortgagors while the bondholders way question aud eiHicized the ��m-
are the mortgagees. The proposed ' ber policy or rather lack of timber
road will not be In & position to pay policy on the pmt of the present re-
the interest on Its bonds for years j glnie. Mr. McBrlde had tried to evade
and years out of the earnings of this 1 thejssiie, said he. At Nelson, which
section ot the line.
lo  hi
desolated �����
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IH-
tl E      DAILY
N E VV 8  i
There Is no provision ln the agreement giving the province control of
the freight rates. If we are not K^-
ing to have control of the freight
rates, asked Mr. McCrossan. what Is
to prevent the two companies from
baving a little understanding about
the charges and keeping them up <**
Ugh as they are now?
Is In (he centre of a timber country,
the premier promised all sorts ot concessions to the timber men. Oliver
on the contrary stands for the reasonable conservation of the timber
resources of the country, enforcing
tbe cutting on land which is required
tor settlement, and offering berths
for sale by public auction. He wlll
place reserved limits and wil) not al
low ihe provinci
the  liniliei   kiniiH,
The speaker told the story of a receni action of the Hon  Carter-Cotton
while In  North    Vancouver recentl)
this gentleman told the electors that
li was the Intention ot the Conset va
live governmenl to make a granl ol
11 quarter of a million dollars toward
the construction  ol  a  bridge across
the second    narrows.      Previous    to
this no intimation ol   the   tact bad
emanated from nny of the members
of the government, Questioned closely about the statement the honorable
gentleman said thai the matter had
not yet   been     before  the  admililstra- '
tlon.      I fear, said the speaker, "that
he    departed      from      wearing    the
straigbt-laoed jacket of austere truth.",
"The great questloh is not between
Liberal   and     Conservative,    but  one
between provincial rights and railway
exploitation     nnd     MoBride-Bowwr
spoliation." concluded the speaker.
Aid. Johnston.
Candidate Alderman J. J. Johnston
next took the platform and after a
few references to the effect that he
was pleased to meet in Mr. McCrossan a Vancouver man who admitted
that the Westminster lacrosse club
put It all over the Vancouver aggregation, purporting to play the same
game, he spoke on the issues of the
day.
Speaking of the railway question
he exhorted his hearers to put all
sentiment aside; to use their intelligence and not their prejudice in voting.
"It is not a question of Grit and
Tory, Liberal and Conservative," said
Mr. Johnston. "All our Interests
are common and now is the time for
aU of us to offer a mighty protest;
one that will be felt for ages to come
againsi  the alienation of the credit
and   lands Of the  province.  There nre
generations coming after us who win
have i" bear the burdens we Impose
We nre In exactly the same position
ns   the  man   who  endorses  a   nolo  for
a friend and then finds that by so
doing lie hai un 'i up all his "��11
credit, The present railway scheme
ties up the credit of the oountry ror
ni least ihirly years and probably
longer. Dan. Mann win have to
bring along a better scheme than
that."
To Reduce Taxes.
Mr. .Johnston stated that If returned, he would do nil In his power
to bring about, a reduction of taxes.
The tolls on the bridge will be removed If the Liberals ale elected.
The bridge was built for Ibe people,
and tbey will no longer have to PW
for the privilege of using their own
bridge.
Mr. Johnston stated that the lolls
on the bridge trnlllc were 11 direct
loss to the citizens of New Westminster and the residents of tbe surrounding district. Surely the province that could afford to have a much
boasted surplus of $4,200,000, could
also afford to have the commerce of
her public highways free from direct
taxation. In regard to that same
surplus he thought that a better use
could be had for It than allowing lt
to lie Idle drawing Interest at the
rate of 3 per cent.
At the close of tbe candidate's remarks Chairman Reid spoke for a few
moments on the high character of
both Mr. Johnston and the leader,
John Oliver. "I have known them
both since tbey war* so Ugh," aaid
the chairman, holding oat hia tend
about three fact from tha floor, "and
two finer man H haa awrar bean my
pleasure tb know."
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY
NOVEM! o.
The Daily News
Pablisbed by The Dally News ?.
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CONTROL   OF   PATES.
why he should not tore d^alt wii
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POL TICAL  EXPEDIENCY.
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Board       Tra^e, the
er si le of the river,
mak    - ��� ���-���������.���.���>- people w
tired at I " n I  I      Lil     .   m<
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and i t rightly, that II
get a >coi       linf
Uu     Canadian  Northern    agreement
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Io;.^   Ogl      which I
mer' _     Intere :
have  waged a^a..-. ��� .
������ .���   of  the
railway. Tbe Van"
re. < .v.  the toll support   t
board ;.-. the pro..-
tbey have made upon the G
r:.> ��� '.    V.'e ho;..   I    - ��� .
minster   Board   ol   Trad
among the bodies to tal    actl
this direction.
No slight amount  ol  Inten -���    at-
tackee to the correspondence at. 1 teli
gram-!   which  haw-   passed     betweel
the   Vancouver  Board   ol   Trad*
the Premier in res]
of   rare   control   o. ��� ;     .���   ted
1      . i-xii    Nori railway    lines.
I        ths telegram    I .   ��� rident that
the efforts of  Mr.  McBride   I
the demands of tht c . men
of   the   Terminal   dty   bj   Inference,
Mggesttofl and v<-n<-d prornlses���any-
tbine rather a specific undertaking���
have not been successful.   Ths reply
of the Premier to the firs', demand for
an as-urance    that a    clause for the
control of rates would be Inserted i'i
the agreement  was  that  "parliament.
will be glad to go as far as possible
to   meet   proposals   of   your   board"
This  the  board characterised   ,-,H   unsatisfactory   in   their   next   telegram
and   demanded   "that   definite
ance should be given now thai i
bo  inserted  in agreement  providing
that rates charged shall not be over
five  per  cent  in    excess    of    those
charged for similar services on other
parts of c. N. it. system."   Again the
Premier  fences with  the point  and
avoids the desired assurance,  whereupon  the  board again  asks for "definite assurance on tins point." To this
last message, however, no reply came
and the board accordingly passed the
resolution given above.
It Is a plain, sensible, and perfectly
fair business proposition which the
Vancouver men put before Mr. McBride, and there is no proper reason
Trunk  were  to cot      to    the
through tl ���   -���-������: f the
mentione..        : -        ���    it
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Do I " ���_���'..
and the pied] Cons
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Mr. Mann 1
was not signed
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moved by
metho 3    pain f
tori     Times
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Full ^ized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, VI. 18 and 24
months. These prices will be raised
25 per cent on Monday next. Acre-
age adjoining these lots is held at
higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co,
the  Legislature?    To  a        I .    and I
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ent has i     :     ai that 1
lefi        II    .    nted       i  i  ���
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������vill crip;..   ���
Colin foi
-    ears i .'���
granl f this i i   re
lief from  wv,at \_ to them an  Inl
burdei     i I      great hindranci
���  ���    levelopment   of this  part
country,  but  the  cost  of  which
I be a mere trifle ir; a n ; irison
the terrific amouni ��� ���
;���   polk-y  ::
No;  this relief j. not to be given
the basis that it wlll be foi the
of the peoi ���    ��� .-  soh .-.   as a
matter of politi    .  i cpedlency.
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REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
PRONT   STREET.
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GREATEST   OF   ALL   MUSICAL  TRIUMPHS
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interurban   Line.
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Cars   leave   the    depot    every
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a.  in
twenty   minutes    tor  both  Sap
perton an! c^ty limits over the
Sunday  serv ce
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HONEST   PURPOSE,
Mr. Hackenzie's promise In tegard
to tl <��� removal of tbe toll on the New
���:''  tminstei   bridge  is given almoal
��� the eleventh hour. Bol John 011-
BS been striving to get this unfair impos' removed for years. Hr-
will continue his efforts in this dl-
rection and in this win hav.- the assistance of Alderman J. J. Johnston
if returned for this city, and th<- entire Liberal party, if the electors
rei irn the Liberal [.any to power the
removal of this toll win be one of the
very first reforms to be carried out.
FIFTY PEOPLE.
A WHIRLWIND of Musi", of Fun, of Son?,
of Girl .
Hear the famous SOI
Popular Millionaire." "F
is a Grand Old Name.'
"So Lf ��    Mary."    "I Want to be a
five Mi'uies from Broadwav," "Mary
The Play That Impresses All
America.
Beats 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50,   on   sale   at   Ryall's   Drug  Store.
FROM SOUP TO C
the dinners    we ?���
with   care  and   dls
exercise good Judgn
cooking, in laying vi
We have no apology '
place or whal  we Buppl.i
sure  you  will    con
methods  and   prices  whi
or sup at
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COLUMBIA   STREET.
TRAM   OFFICE.
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AS OTHERS SEE  IT.
The Real Object.
But again we are asked to contemplate the development the C N. R.
will bring about in British Columbia.
Well, what is it? The C. N. It. has
chosen a route specifically and solely
for grades suitable for through traffic. Any new territory it will open
will  be  merely the  accident  that  no
$30.00
Buys a "General Accident Policy"
good for one year, now is the time.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LTD.
E. N. SUTHERLAND, - New Westminster Branch
208 Foot Frontage on Fourth St.
141 Foot Frontage on Fourth Av.
WITH  LANE  IN   REAR���ALL CLEARED AND  IN ORCHARD,
ONLY $4000.00;  $1000.00 CASH, BALANCE  TO SUIT.
FOR
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N0VEMBER 11, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE'.
URDON'S
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SPORTS
FOOTBALL
JEW  PLAYER  FOR   ROVERS.
HOW TIIE CM
BUNCOED THE PREMIER
 '���-~
New Fabrics For Evening
Gowns.
.. ..,������.,. satins In buttercup, heliotrope, nlle uie.;,. ci
Price, per yard
75c
... Cloth, very handsome   In all   the   aew sh
$1.50
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Do You Believe
that wi  can cure Headaches with   glasses?     We   say   raosl
Ically yes if ymir headache is nol the resull of a dis-
ered i tomach,
Seventy-five   per   cent, of    headaches  are    caused  by  eye-
These we guarantee to cure with suitable glasses to
the eyestrain.
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
��� en  Trust   Bldg.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, B. C.
A Reliable   Clock
is a necessity in every home. I have Just received an assortment
of 8-day Parlor Clocks. These are both useful and ornamental,
being accurate timekeepers and In handsome cases. Prices from
$7.50 to $12.00.      Also the following:
8-.hy  Kitchen  Clocks,  striking   hour  and   half  hour   ...$ 4.50
8-chy 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.
THE CENTRAL GROCERY
.All COR. FIFTH AVE. ANI) EIGHTH ST.
(Next  to Central  Meat  Market.)
*��W  STORE. NEW GOODS.
p.   Hams, Bacon, Cheese, Teas, Coffees a specialty.
"ine line of every description of GROCERIES.
DAVID ADAMS, Pr^pT
Phone 583.
<
och,    Formerly    of    Vancouver
sties, Moves to This City.
iven  are looking forward to
 i  valuable man on
I line, In the near future,
ui  ..1  VV.  Badenoch,  who
been playing right
tli    Thistles of Vancou-
ivas one of the besl play-
11 Hit- team, and did good work
v;ew ]���,.,.,    and Allovers i" gold effect, very new.     Cn     . L
them,
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Uie Rovers on Hi.' last  occa-
.     thej   played the This-
then,  lie has moved  to
ing secure I  .    position
I.  Davii on.      Badenoch, who
ountryman, and lias played
in   good    teams In   England,
ial  the position  co which he
lomed    in Is  right    forward.
are weak on the forward
win be welcome to a pos-
Oll   It.
applied for his transfer pa-
ii   is  hi.iiid   t!,\<   they   may
-���it in time lo ' liable him to
play  with the  Roven   on Saturday.
FOUR   GAMES   SATURDAY.
College   ancl   Vancouver   High   School
Meet  in   Rugby and  Basketball.
All  preparations    have    bei u  completed by the Columbian College ath
i for  the big  Held  daj   with  the
Vancouver High School tomorrow,
Four games will Ij. ��� played In the
course of the day, two at Queen's
park in the afternoon where the intermediate and scrub rugby teams of
the two schools will clash, and two
basketball games In the gymnasium
ni the college in the evening.
The Intermediate rugby players rep-
resenting the college will line up as
follows: Full Lack. Bilodeau; three
quarters, Cameron, Stuart, Draney,
Ferguson; halves, Priest, McArthur;
forwards, Burwash, Fakeley, Armstrong, Fadden, Rugg, Poupore, Smith
and Croft,
The College basketball team will
be composed as follows: Ferguson,
centre; McArthur and Cameron, forwards;   Draney and Prl Bt, guards.
Winnipeg, Nov. in.���tl.' Free
Pri . this morning points out that
the ..perpetual  consolldati d  di bentun
���   ol Hu- Canadian Northern Railway,  which  amou      I a yeai   ago to
over  twenty-four    million  dollars   I
secured by a Becond moi tgaj ���   on the
entire  system  with   the  further  pro-1
m that the Can,n!i in Northers '���
on give a lirsi morcg n ,- to an.
province In excess of fifteen thousand a mile. li quotes as iis author-
Itj i: ��� lasl London sto.!. exchange
yi li book, which says that ibis de-
bentui e stork, v, hich i Istered In
1 tnd, is secured b; a g< neral
charge on the undertaking, property
and assets (other than land or mone;
Idies) "I t he compai .     il ji cl to
the < in ,ei ie.    ili\ Ision    b and  to
charges created or to be created not
exceeding $10,000, per mile of lino
othei than the 287 miles in Ontario
or $15,000 per mile it guaranti ed bj
the parliament of the Dominion of
anj  of the proA Ince   of Canada.
The Free Pn - Bays that this
makes it impossible for the Canadian
Northern tei give British Columbia a
mortgage for more than flfti i n thousand a mile, whil i the additional
promised "charge upon the whole system" cannol be belcer than a third
mortgage.
Overuse in the news
WILL ERECT LARGE
LECTRIC POWER STATION
Vancouver   Power   Co.   Makes     Application for Extensive Water
Rights.
BOWLING
The Sockeyes and Humpbacks are
billed tonight to play the third game
in the House Bowling league.
Citizens cf New Westminster
Endorse Liberal Candidate
(Continued  from   Page One.)
Han. Mann would not stand for any
changes and the governmenl would
nol dare .no L ick on their leader's
word."
The speaker compared the memorandum of agreement to a similar kind
of a document sometimes ns,'d in real
estate transactions, In which are embodied all the essentials of a final
agreement and which is bold valid in
court of law. If the people endorse
the provisions of the memorandum
they will be bound to carry it out.
An   Iniquitous  Bargain.
"It is admitted by the Hon. Carter-
Cotton that the proposed new line
will open up about _!i)(i miles of new
country in this province. To open
up this 200 miles of country of doubtful value we are guaranteeing the
bonds of the company for $35,000 per
mile for fiOO miles. Shall we allow j
these men to play with the credit of
the country: shall we let them mortgage the credit of the province to '
the extent of almost $47,000,000?
Comparison has been made between
our position and thai of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Those provinces1
only guaranteed the bonds at the rate
of $13,000 per mile and that only for
branch lines, Which are the necessary
aids to all colonization in the present
day. In our case there Is no talk
of "building branch lines. Hundreds
of Conservatives are with us in opposition to this menace to tne financial standing of the province."
Tbis remark was greeted with loud
cheers by the audience, many of
whom were undoubtedly old Conservatives.
(Continued  on  Page Three).
To erect a large power generating
staiion al Nlcolmen is the intention
��� el the Vancouver Power Co., as sei
forth in an application Bled yesterday
at the water recard offlce In the court
house. The company asks for a record of 550 cubic ii et per Becond to be
diverted from Suicide creek, which
flows into Nlcomen Blough, about 3 1 :.
miles easi of Dewdney slat.on on the
C. P. li. main line, and to be returned
at a poinl about eight miles upstream
from the intersection Of the creek and
the railway track.
The application states that it proposed to divert the water by means
of a dam, with the necessary ditches,
Humes and so forth, the Intention being to establish a "water power plant
for tin- generation of electricity for
mechanical. Industrial and commer-
clal purposes and particularly in the
operation of motors, machinery, elec-
'i Ic lighting, t u operation ot ti am
ways and oilier winks for which such
light, beat and power, are suitable
and available." The premises on
Which the water ir. to be use I is a
power Louse to be constructed in
Township 21, Dewdney districl, about
two miles nortii of the Canadian Paciflc Railway near S.uicide creek.
The purposes for which the water Is
to be used is to generate electric
power, light and heat for traction,
lighting, heating, manufacturing and
all and every industrial or other purposes to which it may be applied.
Tlie water will be returned to the bed
of Suicide creek at or near the sahl
proposed powerhouse, the difference
in altitude being approximately six
hundred feet. The area of crown
land Intended to be occupied by the
proposed works will not exceed 900
acres inclusive of lands to be submerged by reason o' storage of water.
The application will be made to the
commissioner on December 10.
The work on the new Columbia
street retaining wall is progressing
satisfactorily. The wall, six feet
thick at the base, and about three
feet at the top, ls being built of rock
and concrete. The cement mixer,
which is operated by an electric motor driven by power obtained direct
from the city electric wires overhead,
dumps the concrete Into wheelbarrows which are wheeled along the
bank and emptied into chutes which
lead directly onto the top of the wall.
The sternwheel logging steamer,
built at the Wallace shipyards in
North Vancouver for the BrooKs-
Scanlon Lumber company, and wmen
was recently launched, was brougw
up the river yesterday. She B now
tied up at the wharf of the Schaake
machine works, and men are engagea
in installing her engines, which were
built at the Schaake works. The boat
will be used in connection with tne
exploitation of the large timber areas
owned by the Brooks-Scanlon LumDei
company on the Fraser river, to,
work which they propose to erect ���
large sawmill in the vicinity of tins
city.
FUNERAL  NOTICE.
Rose   of    Columbia    Lodge,  No.  115,
Sons of England.
The lodge will meet in the" K. of �����
hall on Sunday, November 14, at l.����
p.m., for the purpose of attending tne
funeral of the late W. T. Harris, oi
Canterbury Lodge, No|  34.      Visiting
brethren are invited to attend.
H. DISNEY,
Secretary.
Westminster Opera House
FRIDAY, NOV. 19
The Never-Failing Delight,
W. L NANKEVILLE'S
ENORMOUS TRIUMPH
HUMAN
HEARTS
A Story from Life Presented
In Dramatic Form
Abounding In Humanity, Bubbling
Over with Joyous Comedy.
Thrilling and Realistic Situations
Arouse the Spectator to the Highest
Pitch of Enthusiasm.
Seats 25c, 50c and $1.00, on sale at
Ryall's Drug Store.
Business  Talk
Phone 176.
Mackenzie   and   Mann   Cannot   Give   a
Mortgage For More Than $15,000
Per  Mile  In  B. C.
Politicians know their
business.
The public know their
business.
F2��i Illll: FURNITURE0UIEP
| '    tmUilk CARPETS.OILCLOTHS UNOUW
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know our btisim ss.
Honest dealing has
kept this the Leading
Furniture House in the
city for nearly a quarter
of a century.
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The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer,  Undertaker
iiSSSI _W. IEEE
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OUR CLOTHES
WILL NOT FIT
despondent or shiftless men.
Suits,    Raincoats    anil    Overcoats
made  by  ('.   N.   &   R. makers of
Proper
Clothes
are meant for active, ambitious men
and young men.
THEIR AGGRESSIVE STYLES
MATCH YOUR VIGOR, BROAD
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SELLERS  OF  THE   BEST
CLOTHING  REAY TO  WEAR.
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moment's delay.
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attended to promptly.
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THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER (1
1909.
Voi
e
for
Johnston
The Liberal Candidate
FOR   M.P.P.  ON   THE   25th
and
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The defeat of the iniquitous Railway Policy.
The triumph of White Labor.
The protection of the Fishermen's Interests.
The payment of Fair Wages for All.
The abolition of the Westminster Bridge Tolls.
MEETINGS
MONDAY���Kirk's Hall, Sapperton.   Speakers: Messrs. Grant, Sinfield, Johnston, etc.
TUESDAY���St. Barnabas Hall, West End.   Speakers: Messrs. O'Connell, Ellis, Johnston, etc.
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So  Long  Mar/. WATER   NOTICE.
	
an 1 ce la hen       e     n tnat an ac
tion will I ;��� [1 ���   Part V.
' ���  ���    'Wate!   Act,  1909/' to obtain
I _, . .
H . .., the W< ter DIvisi
Xo- District.
w . . -j; ....   addr 33 and occu-
1 1 ol the applicant > 'i.e Vancou-
togetber , . ,,        ,   ,
���    ��� ... Limited, having
Thi Its head office at the city of Vancou-
��� '   ma," 1 type ofi ver,  British  Columbia, and having a
I li lefl]       plol      pital of $2,500,110 6   :o | inl    -
folding nol holds the in-  50i               ���    01  ..."" each, ah fullj
I-    ���  -' p_ii'i   Up.
Burpri ��� The- name of the lake, Btreai
ng, Is Snicldi   Creek,  flowing-
; I musical 1        ers into the Nicomen Slough in Dewd ���
... ae feels  district,   about    three    and   one-half :
��� - enti east of Dewdnej Station on the
; So enti  tain-  Canadian Pacific Railway.
Ing ai -     e story itsell       (c).   The    point    of    diversion   is
dd well dlspensi u  eight miles  up "Suicide Creek.
1 ������- play.     Yo- thi  ��� the point where Suicide Creek
are   poe eased u   with the Canadian Pacific
such tunel Um --   and   wit   that thi
-        ��� ace hi ird them is      (d).   The quantity ol watei applied
i-   ������      atent on   a sec.       ���    t tojfoi 55 cubic feet per second.
1        '        Ilnutes From  Broadway.'        ���       The character of the proposi I
to ���     e even a bar or note lefl thi   diversion ol said creek I
or passed over.     Il la an axiom of  by means of dam, ditch, flume, natur-
n ar.d Harris offlce that once  al wai. .ways, tunneU     id pipes, and;
a playgoi    ���      ieen 'he Cohan i'i''-'..  the     establishment    In    connection j
'��� returns the second or then fa water power plant for
tbb't time. thi   gen .-ation of electricity foi  me-
  nical, industrial    and commercial
Human Hearts. I purposes and particularly in th.- oper-
 ���  ';     ation  .ei   motors,  machinery, electric
;���        1 favorite play, Hun ts,  lighting,  ti,.-  operation  of'tramways
; Is a matter of land othei works for which such light,
I to thi   theatn ....   In   heal and power,   are   suitable   and
our n     ���    No melodrama of modern I available.     The   premises on which
red the vogui  that has  the water ts to be used Is a power
!  ��� rded "1 W. E. Nankeville'a  house to be constructed h. Township
���e.ntial    success.    Human j Twenty one   (21),   Dewdney   district,
1 The q Is apparent Th<   about two miles north of "the Cana-
; Inten iting    from the rise ol  dian Pacific    Railway,    n"ar Suicide
do on the first act until the Creek.
��� falls The climaxes are (g). The purposes for which the
Strong and exciting and the story is water is to be used is to generate
one thai win appeal to all classes of electric power, light and heat for
theatre-goers, no matter what their traction, lighting, heating, manufac-
Btations in life may be. The Bitua- turing and all and every industrial
tions. lines, and incidental business , or other purposes to which it may be
of the play are of such a nature that I applied.
they compel the undivided attention I (i), if the water is to be used for
of the spectators. A strong vein of power or mining purposes describe
comedy runs through the play, but it I the  place  where  the  water  is  to  be
is so placed that never at any time
does it conflict with the more serious
scenes. The author has been careful to preserve the dramatic unities.
His characters are finely drawn, and
as true to nature as possible; in fact,
he has taken most of his characters
from life.
Human Hearts will be seen at the
New Westminster Opera House on
the 19th.
Reclamation Service Sued.
North Vaklma, Nov. Hi.���Julius An-
thon, of Prosser. has begun suit in
the United States circuit court
against the federal reclamation service for 0(155,    alleged    to represent
returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between
point of diversion and point of return. The water will be returned to
the bed of Suicide Creek at or near
the said proposed powerhouse, the
difference In altitude being approximately six hundred feet.
(J). Area of Crown land Intended
to be occupied by the proposed works
will not exceed 900 acres inclusive of
lands to be submerged by reason of
storage of water.
(k). This notice was posted on
the 3rd day of November, 1909, and
application will be made to the Commissioner on the 10th day of December, 1909.
(1).   Give the names and addresses
damages b.v  the  construction  of the
Mabton  siphon    across    the  Anthon   of any riparian  proprietors or llcen-
orchard.     It Is the first suit filed In) sees  who or whose lands are likely
the state against the reclamation ser-1 to be affected by the proposed works,
vice under    the    Tucker   act  which i either above    or    below    the outlet,
gives  the    right to    start such  pro-J none.
ceedlngs. I    (m).   The part of   the    Memoran
dum of Association of the Company,
,   ��� I  : PI ���������
cation and works, reai     as follows:
(3).   The ol j. cts    for    *
Compan;  Is es i and to which
ts the Company    are  1  strlcted
are the acquisition of water and wa-
.0 r b.   records of unrei 0  led
water or  by  the  purchase  of  water
;��� .'��� ���  ter pri\lieges for.
��� ��� strutting, opi rating and maintaining ��� li ' ic work?, power houses, generating plant and such 0
appliances and conveniences aa are
necessary and proper for tbe generating of electricity or electric power,
or any other form of developed power, and for transmitting the same to
��� d by the company or by persons
or companies contracting with tbe
company therefor, as a motive power
for the operating of motors, machinery or electric lighting or other
works, or to be supplied by the company to consumers for heating or as
a motive power for propelling trai ���
ways, or for driving, hauling, lifting,
pumping, lighting, crushing, smelting,
drilling and milling or for any Othei
operations to which it may be adapt" .
or to be used or supplied for in connection with any other purposes for
wbicb electricity or electric powi 1
may be applied or required.
(gj. For rendering water and
water power available for use. application and distribution by erecting
dams, increasing the head of water In
any existing body of water, or extending the area thereof, diverting tin-
waters of any stream, pond or hike
into any other channel or char,;.. ,
laying or erecting any line or fl u
pipe or weir constructing any railway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, win 1 I,
building, or oilier erection or work
which may be required in connection
with the improvement and use of the
Bald water and waterpower or by altering, renewing, extending. Improving, repairing or maintaining any
such  works, or any part thereof.
mi. The company applies for a license to store water. The place ol
the proposed reservoir for storing the
said water is the land above the Bald
point of diversion, to constitute- a
reservoir with an area of about eight
hundred acres to bo formed by the
utilization of the natural elevation of
i the land and dams.
(o) The means by which it is proposed to store the water Is by the
erection of all required dams and the
conservation of the waters falling upon the surrounding watershed.
(p). The area of the reservoir site
; or sites at each foot ln depth above
I the outlet will be at zero ten acres.
and Increasing at the rate of about
five acres for each foot ln depth.
j (11). It is proposed to acquire the
e land���which may be held by private
j owners���by purchase or if necessary
, by expropriation.
I     (r).   The   acreage   feet     approximately intended to be Impounded will
be about 12,500 acre feet.
F. H. HOPE,
A. E. BECK,
Directors.
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary, Vancouver. B.C.
Vancouver  Power Co., Ltd.,  Incorporated 1898.
S.S. TRANSFER
will
leaie
The Bteami.- Transfer
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
aftern'K.n at 2 p.m. for Ladner Westham Island and way ports, returning
to New Westminster on following
day. Saturday, returning Same evening.
Additional    trip   Mon'Iay   morning
leaving Xew Westminster at 5 a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston a3
business  warrants.
This  schedule    subject     to  change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to ROBERT JAKDINE.
Manager.
MAKE YOUR APPtAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
743
FRONT STREET
is the place to buy or sell new and -
second-hand  good3 of any kind.    We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY JAHS
whicii we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large cast
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals j
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tell yon all we
have, but no matter what you want,
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HANDi STORE
Columbia St.      "Man on the Wheel.-'
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Fresh this week.
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you?
Nei wonder after the hard winter.
I ew c��n itnnd it.
Put on a new  ons  of R ib��roid
Roofing.    No trouble thei
Kuhrroid is ��n elaMi'c re
will   sund   all   kinds of  "
heal, cold, sun, rain, wind; makes
uo difference lo Riihcroid.
II it  weather-proof and fir��-ret">
silting.
Will not melt, truck or p t,
Most cuesily applied and require!
no PKin'mj".
(.uli or write for full particular!,
samples and pricei.
T.J. TRAPP��CO.,Ltd.
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THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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You  Can   Make  No   Mistake
If you fill your numerous wants for Stationery, Books, Bibles,
Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign News Papers, and In fact anything usually carried In a flrst-clas, Stationery Store,
We buy direct from the manufacturers for spot cash, no middleman's profit to be added and therefore we can thow you some
money-saving   prices.
The new English Church Hymn Books are now In stock. Do
you  require one?
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
Advertise   in   The   News.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  0.
Telephone 13. Office. Eig""1 st'
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office, Front St, Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. 0. Box 345
THE HOME        PAPER
Ll  tbe Paper That Prints AH
tie     Home    News.
The    Dally    N��w��
!����� a   Week
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*+> FRIDAY
NOV
EMBER  11, 1909-
THE DAILY XEWS.
leather goods
THE  LATEST STYLES    IN    HAND    BAGS,    COL-
.   BAGS,   CUFF   BOX ES, CARD CASES, CARD
sETS. BILL  BOOKS,  ETC.,     ETC. SEE     OUR
WINDOW   DISPLAY.
r.vr.K 8EVEM.
& RAMSAY   Railway Time Tables
NUMBING   AND
JRNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
CHAMBESLiN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
so General   Repairs
YM
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Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
bourne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25  per   Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$0.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR    $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.
fro'.' EET.
Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  5SG
dian Pacific Railway Co.
olumbla Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
leave   > ani i nvet  tor N< w  West-
       -     ,7:20 and v-.ud
o . and ever,   ball ; ��� tfii reafti r
mi     p.m
I       . ave New  w -,- c t Van
mver at fi :  . i  so, 7:2(1 and
��� ft.ni. and everj   ... ; hour then
��� ���   er  until   ll :00 ��).v_.
S.inday Schedule.
1          lor New Wesi
luster at 8    I and 9 .., uu
<   ���"'.. ���    Jl        : ftd llll.ee
Ll: 30 p.m,
Cars ...., e N< w \\ ���   i mtnsti r i
' .        tter until LO i..
! ; .in.
D. J,   McQuarrie,  Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
WHEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Lc.tf I-.ibol)
Is the bent t��1u��, because tt Is pure, nutritious mid very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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Great   Northern  Railway,
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FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS,
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New  Westminster.
"elephonc 333.
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ROUTF I1'''"'
hiUUI L' I.'.    N   W   il   a.m ;  ar.  s. attli   3:66
-  a   Victoria   lea\ i a   \ an- ���'���"���
llrei t to Seat- Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m
...-. pt   Wednesday. P,m-
r   leaves   \ ancouver   J Lv, X. W, 12:10 a n
���  Victoria. en-ni-
, Charlotte i aves  \ an Lv. Seattle !
,ouver,   i-i a.m. daily, excepl  Friday
oi  Vl      la.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
a Ii r wlll  leave Victoria tor
��� . 3tmlnster every Tuesday,
Li i.      New  Westminster oa   Wed
o    laj
Manuracturera and Dealers in All Kina    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Hsh and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and  Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
i.iephone  12. New  Westminster
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WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14Ui
each month tor Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month mr
Ahcuset, Quaiesiuo, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave  Vancouver 2  p.m. dally, ex
cept Sunday,
a.m.
Leaves  Nanaimo  at 7
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess .May leaves Vancouver
uno 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrloe leaves Vancouvei
uno 13 and July 3.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
ss.  tin.-.'ii  City   leaves    Vam ouveT
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thi . ��� after,
Mail Service
, U'Htll''", tH'^.lnllll Id'
���     .1 ,as aM     '   r day. Thursday  and  S
I 2- spatch.     .Ml   malls,
FRASER   RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
(excepl Tuesday),  via B. C. Electric     Fni.n  New   \y,  ���   ,., ��� ,.,.    Monday,
Ra Iway, A'-edneesday and Fridaj  al a a.m
9:00 to 10:00 a-m. -Strawberry llm..    pTom chiiliwack Tuesday, Thursda;
!,,  c mrler I I   esday and Friday).         .,��� , gatUrday at 7 am.
9:30 am.���Vancouv r and  Victoria, 	
' 10:00 'to' 11:00  a.m.���Ladmw,  fort     Foi    reservations   and   Information
Guichon, Westham  Island and  (Tues I call or addresi
: ��� the hours of il'Spatch
-A lis at the New West-
>������������������ ..... the hour given In
���   hout ni closing,
turduy)   Wood
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruci   (Steves
,pawUl   ...��� despatched and received via Van
|': i dally cxce.pt Sunday, i
dispatched   and   re
I' e the (J- N. R. South
Fraser
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. oast (first train)
mulls, not' including   Sa;,^rton,   Fraser   Mills   and   Coqult-
J.,, t.,.n., USuUie e lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Ann.
1:30 p.m.���Bast Bnrnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
3:30  p.m.���Blaine  and    Seattle,  in-
.rton,
Wilu and ' nn.
I'd.  QOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  ll.  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver,
,1. W. TROI V,
General Superintend mt  Victoria,
Mails Despatched.
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'   ' ' ! at eleven o'ciock
* I ������ ������ hi i���Vancouver    via
P'N. R. Owl.
i a.m.���Van   aver and Victoria via
���     Electrl     dlway.
F--. C P, u east taking all points
wt Including   ungley and district.
The mail | Abboistord and dls-
;��� "��� r '��� ��� n and district, Hunting-
J��nam,|..v I !, and Matsqui are de*
.Wchedby waj of Vancouver.
���i:-    B and     Seattle,     In-
'"",'.' ei'1 I . S. points east and soutn;
1  is Prairie, Ferartdge and Hass-
elmere
8a ,
��� on Tu isdays, Thursdays, and
Surrej i alia are received from
Uo^rdale
exci pi  Hairg  Prairie, Ha-
ttlinere am i    nridge, which arrive on
���'��� lulchon  train on  Tuesdays
Thursd
V* and Saturdays.
Vancouver, V
IS   C.  Electric 1UU-
'���'Wai:,  -Vancouvw, Victoria and
V ���������'.!     !'
i, !"  '"  ; iw'ierry      Hill,   Tim-
, ' South Westminster,  by
":i' and Friday).
Hn1"1'""'   "' 1!l"'uauy, by courier.
'Ii;ii"i     Burqultlam, .'uy courier,
j.jj   ! ���"������ I - immer montits ciose at
Ottlchonew s."ii"'la>')-l^d^r, Port
bury 7   ' :::    's'anj  and  Sun-
Tu.'s'da " b" "',I 8uW*a3ri Woodward,
"J. n nV �� laj Md Saturilay. via
Patniic, (Steveston mall des-
���;-'Y ai'   i   eived v:a Vancouver.)
Si'iim. Vancouver   and   iJiper
e!'DR- via G. N. R north
pit" "r'laf','   ^ntekl.   and ,a thorou^ wlnter ,ervlre-
eluding all 1T  S. points.
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mall   oast,   and
losed mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
ncluding U.  S.   A.   matter,  and   also
Fraser Mills.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
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p.m,
Lv, Seattle ll: 15 p m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:2,", p.m
p.m.
ar. Seati i   9:41
ar. Seattle 7:16
ar. N. W. 2'.r..r.
5 p.m.; ar, N, W. 9:80
ir. NAY. 6:20
ar. N.W. v-.r.i
G. N.  R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m.. return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., ar
rives in city Friday S:4f) a.m. Leaves
Frielay at ?,:',0 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday at 9 am
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday. 0:30 a.m. on Friday, ami
6:30 n in. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Guichon f! p.m., Thursday and Friday,
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m, each week
(lay;    arrives   SiTill   a.m.
i.eaves N. W. 3:50 p.m, dally except   Sunday:   ar.  Guichon   at   7   p.m.
TELEPHONE  604.
P.  O.  BOX  893
Japanese Employment Anents
Contracting and all kinds ol labor
supplied.
H. E. ONISHI & CO.
13   BLACKIE   STREET,
i Next   Cosmopolitan   Hotel. I
This is  the Latest Edison
Machine    With   the    New
Cygnet Horn
Yni'b.y in and hear oui
now Edison Records
40
for
November.   Here arc a
few dandies;
No. 285   Sims and Stripes Forever  i in.H eli l   .   Sousa's Hand
No.   : Bi     in -i   Plain   FolkB ���
 \da Jones and Chorus
No. 290 -Gj |'sy  Airs	
 Ubert Spalding
No,      294 -Pansli
ThoughtB Dear,
Mean
 Manuel .lloiilaln
No, 296���-Lasca  	
 Edgar L. Davenport
No,  297���Jusi   Before the Battle,  Mother	
 Will Oakland and Chorus
J. H. TODD'S Big Music House
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nn.
60   YEARS*
*% ""^EXPERIENCE
Cl
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���'if"'-' JL*  "Tnr.0- Marks
' if/.     ������',   '    :" Designs
r"Pf>T^      Copvr.itHTS &c.
Anronoi �� Bkatfh and dPierlntlon biij
Inlclily tucortaln our opinion froownol n
Invcnllnn laprobftblr pntenlnhln,   Lominu      *
lotlyci ni Hint. H.MiUliOOKi.'ii'"'   ita
Bent fmo. i Idoat agi ney fori ring patonu.
!'.,ii i.m taken tnrounta Munn A (.'). reculvo
sir-Kil ii ti,.; irlthout charge, in tho
Scientific flmerlc^
\ handaomslj Uluatratoil ireekly, I..tri.-.'Ht. rir-
cmlattoD '.f any Bdenttfla journal. 'Jerin�� for
I'linwlu, 11."'. a year.pnKiiiKo prapald. Seld Uy
kii nowwlieii-ien*.
ftiiJKfi&Go.��"B",rt"��-NewYorff
]{ri.ii<'h (.ai���. tia> V HU WaabloatOt-. U. O.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
ror CONRAD, OARCR038, ATUN,
WHITE HOUSE. DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dally trains (except Sanday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with Stages at Car-
cross and  White   Horse, maintaining
^urs'dav3 ���'��� ��� r|lL-vt��n on Tuesday,
Non T., *y and Sat"rda>': Tyn'e-
cord Tn   i     '' and Fr'tlay; Bon Ac-
1:0ft:,1    :">'' Wday.
lake via "i'e    van,'��>iver ami  Burnatiy
"-day on      ''' Klpc,rlc Railway. Sat-
VletoHa viX v n,ail ls despatched t0
Blaine ".',l, Van''nilv^r at this hour.
S'l-oltr,,   11Sr'',,,1��' deluding all U.
T.yer.. ;"ul s0,ltl1. via O. N. K-
?'���' MnirS"-,",n,i c' p- R- east. J,Ya"
"Mni;  ',,    ,   "s mil11  'akes the toi-
��iflMoc%%*]B*T_   Barnet and
^"H p,..,' ," Endows, PortHam-
��>k,'H,; ,.���.,'''""���       Mission,    Chllll-
Lsil
Hce
places:
'.   \b-.iti
ni y,    I
Hot Springs, Agasslz,
'   ;f  Spences' Brldfre, Nlc-
and ii   .   ,
.it Kooti ���
Majls   Received.
a'id  all   oolnts vast
Sl?*l'��g'an"nBl0a,ne an(1 Seatt'v, in-
Owl:? "" l ��� S. points, via G. N. R.
8:20 a-m-vin
v ancouver and   Victoria
For Information apply to
J. H. ROGKRS, Tr.ifflc Mun����er.
J}
"The MUwaukee
-The   Pioneer  Limited,"    St.  Paul  to
Chicago, "Short   Line,"   Omaha     to
Chicago,    "South     West    -imttta
Kanaat City to Chicago.
No   trains  In   tne  Bervice  on    an.'
railroad   In   the   workl that  etpui   *
equipment  that   of   the  Chicago,  Milwaukee & St.  Paul Railway.     They
own  and operate  their own sleeping
and dining oars on Ril their tram, and
give their patrons an exceUmca
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H  S   ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Ald.r. Po-dand, Or.
Put lie Market
Market   Clerk   D, E.  Mackenzie
Open 8 a. m, to 6 p. m. Fridays 7 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Plume   138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
PRASER   VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Keen's Stall
for
VEGETABLES,   HERBS.
D
avies
&s
on
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and  Bedding   Plants.
MonVs  Stall
for
Finn  ana  Came
The Weekly News
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASIC Till': TICKBT AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eli;ht Trains Every Day in the Yoar
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THH NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best Ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It Is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly Illuminated train in tim world. The
equipment oonslsts of private pompark
ment cars, standard 18 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cara (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smok-
lag car*.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
780 Second Avenue, S��*Mle. Wash.
SB
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
You wi,l nnd It to your advantage
t( arrange your booking at this nflleo,
Whether yon Intend to travel or seining for your friends.
From Montreal and Quebec.
Lake   Erie  from   Montreal,   Nov.   20
Empress  of   Britain  from   St.   John,
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET.
C. P. R. Agent.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
THE       DAILY NEW8
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, par
annum (present rate).
Tota', Aaseta onr 1168,000,000.00.   ;
NEW WE8TMIN8TIR BRANCH,   I
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FRIDAY' NOVEMEE
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.
City News
Aldera an E J. Fader returned yes-
frora   Victoria,  where  he
been spending a few days.
Repairing neatly done by D. F.
Quigley at Sinclair's shoe store.
Benevolent society held a
meeting yesterday in the board of
trade rooms.
New Brussels and    Axminster carpets    '.������:     & Galloway, house fiir-
:  Sixth   -'reet.
M. Mi rtyn, 11 this city, returned recently from a trip to Los Angeles and
thei   points in California, where he;
is  interested  in  the  development  of
I iin oil fields.
Order your bulbs for Spria^ flow-
ers now from DaTira, Gieenhouse.
telephone  B2i - 251-tf
Particular attention is called to the ;
fact  that   owing   to  the  disabling   of I
Lea ler J. W. Rushton in Wednesdays
car accident there will be no concert I
on the coming Sunday evening.
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NA-DRU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants  or adults.
Dr.  J.   D.   Gamble.
fi25 Columbia street,
Friday.
optician,  is  at
Room 13, every
T. A.
& CO.
Ellard  Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
THE ���
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,  Prop.
Exchange
Nice Cottage, central,
for large house,
pour property with
I    I. N. NKBITT ft SON
j Phone 596 650 COLUMBIA  ST.
Westminster Modern Business
School
In   placing    your    training  In   our
bands ���   Bure ot the best that
PRACTICAL     ACCOUNTANTS    AND,
TEACHERS    OF    EXPERIENCE    ran
glvi . are assured of
THEIR ASSISTANCE ir: securing for
yon  thi    ��� ���   ���   positions  vou an-
to fill.
Knter now ar.d be prepared to till .
a paying position early next year.
0 u night school Is very popular.
Add:-
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
"Lifebuoy Soap I- delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
TBE WESTMINSTER TRUST
ft
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD.
HEAD  OFFICE  23   LORNE   ST.
Board of Directors:
T. J. Trapp, President.
rf.   Annandale,   First   Vice-
Prosid'-nt.
J.  Jones.  Second   Vlce-Pr.es-
Ident.
H. Smith,       H.  Ryall.
A. Lewis,      M. M. Nelems,
K. J-:. Walker, M. D.
Trustees:
Hon. Ii. McBride, Premier B.C.
Geo. I; Ashwell, VV 3. Collister
F. J. Han Managing Director.
E. I.. Webber, Assistant Manager and Secretary.
T.
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i Get Your FURNACES AND PLUMBING j
��� Fixed For the Coming Winter. *
I !
j Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster |
At   C   o'clock   last   night   the   city
clerk had received no reply to the tei-
��� -   .ui sent to the Hon. Frank Oliver
asking him to set dates for the hear-1
ing of the city's claims in the CoquiW
lam dam case.
For first-cia=s cut flowers and any
kin : of Floral work, telephone Dav.e-
Greenhouse. R20_>.
The regular monthly meeting of the ;
Woman's  Auxiliary of the Royal  Co-
lumbian hospital  will  take place   on
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the j
| board  of   trade   rooms  at   the   city .
' hall.
Chrysanthemums and carnations at
Tidy's florist store, 12~ Columbia.
Phone LIS4.
Hugh McDonald, the Inebriated gen- !
tleman who was remanded at the police court the other day to f.'ive him a
chance to sober up, appeared for trial
yesterday and was le. go on suspended sentence.
For pianos, organs, sewing ma-
chines, talking machines, sheet mu-
sic and records go to J. H. Todd'J
Imusic liouse,  Columbia  street
The ladies of St. And:..'-- I' i -',-
terian church ha ���- practically completed thei rati ins for 'i.e big
annual Scotch supper and concert.
. will lake place this year in the
lecture hall on the ��� ������ nil . of Thursday   N    en        18.
The steamer Transfer will hen
ter leyv,_. the Brackman-Ker wh
for Ladner, Westham Island and "'ay
nts, at 2 o'clock In the aftern
.  ���      1 of at 2. as hertofore, retui
on the following  morning.      On  S
ui I ij  sh<        .      tke an extra r tuna
trip arriving in  the cit;.   in  t  ���   ���
ing.     Tri; s  '���'��� II     e ma le t    Ste ��� ���
ton as thi warrant
The     pile-driver     scow     Hu
II y VV. A. Oilli-y. is tied up al
the �� . undergoing a num-
ber of necessary rep.airs pre]
to undertaking a Quantity o;   hi
work  which   Mr.  Gilley  now   has   i n
hand.
--. curity���That is the fac toi in a
.- :���'. ... . ��� vault. Ours are absolutely perfect in this regard. You
-���I away and leave your valuable
papers in these vaults with the feeling of perfect security. No injury
can come from fire, from floods, from
burglar or any other cause. Isn'l
it worth something to you to have
that feeling of perfect security? Dominion Trust Co., Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager New Westminsti r
branch.
Provincial government men are cutting out Twentieth street, the western boundary of the city, preparatory
to grading. Culverts are being laid
in the ravine crossed by the roadway
and will be filled up to grade. The
work is heavy, and the cost will be
borne jointly by the government and
the city.
| JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Special    evangelistic    services   are
being conducted   by  J,  J.  Rouse, ol
Van.couver, In the Gospel hall, conn-:
of sixth avenue and Ninth rttreet, e\
ery week night except Saturdaj
o'clock  and   on   Sundays  at   7.     Sub
j. .is are illustrated  by  late colored
'���harts,    aii are Invited to be pri i
<-iit.
The t.ig freighl Bteamer Camphill
left port yesterday with the largi
consignment of lumber that baa ��� ���
left the port of New Westminster���
two and a half million teet, bound for
Sydney, Australia. She wgs drawing
close on 24 feel ol water when she
passed down the river and did not
wait for the high tide thus demon-
tratlng thai the channel Is safe for
large vessels.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days from date I intend to apply td
F. 8. Hussey, superintendent of provincial police, Victoria. B. C. for B
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, n. c.
GILBKRT TULLOCH.
Port Moody, October 20. 1909.
! LULU ISLAND
NOTICE.
To whom It may concern:
Take notice that In accordance with
authority granted by the Department
of Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu island draw bridge at New Westminster, B. C, will be closed to boat
traffic for a period of about two
weeks, beginning November 15th,
1909, for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO.,
C. E.  FOWLER.
President.
We have some very desirable lotsjin
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
Fur Stoles and Muff
Wide Array|
s in
OUR WOMEN'S     AND     MISSES'   STOCK     OF FURS
FOR FALL AND WINTER ARE HERE. READY FOR
YOUR   INSPECTION    AND  SELECTION
THE   VALUES   WE     HAVE     TO     SHOW   YOU ARE
RULY REMAKABLE WHEN YOU CONSIDER THE
TIMELINESS AND WORTH OF THE MERCHANDISE WE
ARE   OFFERING.
�����'"
THESE NEW GARMENTS ARE
BEAUTIFULLY STYLES, MADE OF
FINEST SKINS, EXPERTLY TAILORED AND IN EVERY APPROVED
STYLE. QUALITIES ARE THE
VERY HIGHEST OBTAINABLE IN
EVERY CASE.
BEST OF ALL. PRICES ARE ASTONISHINGLY LITTLE. YOU NEVER SAW SUCH PHENOMENAL VALUES ON EQUALLY DESIRABLE
MERCHANDISE.
OUR FUR DEPARTMENT IS BETTER EQUIPPED
THAN EVER BEFORE WITH THE NEWEST AND BEST
STYLES. THERE'S NO WANT THAT WE CAN'T FILL
SATISFACTORILY.
HERE YOU WILL FIND THE NEW GOODS IN NECK
PIECES, MUFFS. ETC.. IN PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
PURSE.
BETTER VALUES ARE OFFERED THIS YEAR
THAN EVER BEFORE AND WE ASK FOR YOUR PRESENCE AND RIGID INSPECTION OF THIS DEPENDABLE
LINE  OF  SEASONAB   LE   FURS.
Women's,
Misses* and
Children's
Gloves 35c Pr
Warm woolli i. glovi - Ii
lity and bi Igi '
finish. Shown in shadi s ol
Navy, Green, Brown,
Grey, Cardinal and Black
and white. Aleso fancy d.-
siegns. Si ea ,: to iy_ I)
per pair,
Cleverly Styled Furs
COMBINING EXCELLENT WORKMANSHIP WITH THE
RICHNESS OF APPEARANCE AND EXTREME DURABILITY.
MARMOT   STOLE 66 inches long, lined with
Price    .. $4.75
GREY  SQUIRREL CRAVATS at    $7.50. $8.50. $1
MARMOT    MUFFS  at. each $6.50 a-
BLACK   CONEY STOLES,  with    large    col
with tails, satin lined,    Price, only      ������ J5.0C
MARMOT    STOLEs trimmed with  Ermine    ���
lined.      Prici   only    ...
SABLE RUFFS   trimmed with 6 tails, price $11.50. $12.50
Many other lin^s including    the    rashionable
TRIMMED WITH  HEADS AND TAILS in neck ruffs
and cravats.    Prices from, each $17.50 up t
I
Dress Goods Specials
For Friday and Saturday
75c Per Yard
Thirty ends of 54-inch striped, checked and plain Homespuns, Worsteds ���', this week-end offering affords a
splendid opportunity to save on materials. Regular 91-25
and  $1.50  yard.    Pei   yard 75c
Suitable for Children's Coats,
Women's Skirts, Coats, Etc.
Coin's of brown, navy, grey, cardinal, green, black
and fancy colorings. Regular values $1.25 and $1.50. On
sale today, per yard 75c
Single Pairs
Lace Curtains
Slightly soiled. .' A
single   pairs at I
regular  price.      Thi
tains   are   peril Cl
and 3 l-L' yards lonj
t'.n inches wide and r
white,  ecru and  cn
Prices��� Pi i   ;
Reg. $1.25 and $1.60 fi
Reg.   $2..'.'i  for   ...   ��� ���    I
Reg.  $3.60 for    $250
Reg. $4.50 for   $3-00
Bleached    Table  Na]
large size,  guaranti ��� I  ;
linen assorted patterns; special today, each	
Stunning New
Millinery
Greatly
Reduced
Any trimmed hal in all
the latest shades o( fi ll and
velvet at halt price.
All trimmed bats In stock
at l-i off.
Just arrived, shipment of
children's wool toques and
caps, all shades; also women's white felt crush hats.
Exceptional Values in
Women's Coats, Jerseys,
Waists, Etc.
WOMEN'S   COATS in all sizes, semi tight fitting styles
high    Btandup   collar. Empire hack, trimmed with braid '"
diagonal   tweeds.     Prices $10.00 up to j
MOIRE    RUBBERIZED    RAINCOATS    in    black   '
brown, grey. semi-Iittlng back, high collar, double bn
fronts.     Today $13.50
RUBBERIZED   RAINCOATS striped    effects, high  b :������
sian collar, some trimmed    with    strappings    and poi
Prices   ...' $16.50 and $17.50
LADIES' GOLF JERSEYS In white, black, navy, gn1'"'"���
grey and cardinal also ln mixed colorings, some with belts
and Some without, side pockets $-300 and $i:,c
LADIES'  ULACK   SILK WAISTS, just new in. In chiffon taffeta.    Some buttoned    front,    nicely tucked,    othei
fancy  front    trimmed, soutache braid and  jet  buttons
Prices $4.75, $5.00 and $5.. a
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR. LIFE
ASSURANCc.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
i
lllRAL
OPENS THIS EVENING
|to.,���a��� Johnston Will Ad-
dress the Electors-Other
ffdl-Known Speakers.
INTERURBAN CARS COLLIDE
W'tlnmso the Liberal associa-
l|pf":'"' 'ni and <ho meeting
9on .^i to b "ne of the biggest and
fistic   ever held by any
tf Party in this city.
Many Good   Speakers.
The principal speaker of the even-
J'il l���. i!. Liberal candidate, Al-
ll. IJ. John Bton, who will make
KmjMDearance before the elec-
8 lD he city In addition to Al-
number of other
Load of Lumber on Runaway Flatcar Ploughs Through Early Morning Passenger Tram���Defective Coupling the Cause of the Disaster-
Investigation in Vancouver Today.
Even in Vancouver High-
Handed Action of Committee Arouses Resentment.
Jors of ___^^^^
a.,,,.,,1 Johnston a
1 ike-B have heen secured
of Leader Oliver are
icollent Bpeai
ml tin   poli<i'---;   ^^^^^^_
II of  a cleai and sane exposition,
mong those  who  will  address  the
Sg will be J   A   Russell   K.  C,
well known banister  of  Vancou-
president of
Liberals'   Soil. E.  Kellington,  of  this
}. Ovum' McCrossan
je Vancouver Young
I   	
Speakers havi also been secured
L the two meetings which have al-
been sei tor no\t week. On
londay Alderman Johnston is mak-
i Ms appeal to the electors of Bap-
Irton i" Kirk's ball, and will be
fccked by Mi Granl and Sinlield,
jell known Liberals of Vancouver,
on Tin sdaj in St. Barnabas'
ill in Ihe Wesl End he will have the
instance of J P McConnell, known
iroiigl ' ,; ; 'ovlnce as "Bruce,"
ie writer of the editorials In the
iu     ���   s Sunset, and Jo-
ip!, Ellis, a Vancouver.
Oliver ,it   Kamloops.
|: pi ovlnce the buttle
i    with vigor on
|e der  Oliver  opened
e upper country in
Kamloops yesterday
Ijenlng.    Hi     .' ��� l\ ed    a  splendid
electors of the up-
'���;:': '    ���     nd all indications are
E the riding will re-
i H. Nl . the nominee by a
y... This <������ 'tiint;   I lon-
t John wil the electors of
mrrow  he will car-
nbrook.
iWWIi leader is away
: ��� i country his bud-
(��1i :i are winking haul
Organization com-
Pte formed, and Bplen-
Ing attained.    The
fe Liberal campaign
���'. hands of the fol-
|wlne e i n-.  ,|.   Kerr  Wil-
P.   T.   Dibble, vice-
I" W. Fraser, Becre-
\b-   - .   the results that
R been attained that it  is
ently , ���;  . ied  that   there  will
' no difl la~gely Increasing
P' : i';   in  that   pari    of
lency.
Struck headon by
car of timbers trim
speed   down   grade
the interurban  passenger car
was  utterly demolished  early
a heavily
ling at a
without
loaded
terrific
control,
Sumas
yester-
|i 10WS COOK
BY MISTRESS
'rance Still   Gloats   Over   Spectacle
of Mme. Steinheil's Struggle to
Escape  Guillotine.
wis,  \ov.   io.���No   servant    ever
"ellt ]- for her mistress
'a" ,lhl Marletti   Wolf, cools  in
ild,   when   called
Y.'"Y" ' in the trial of Umi
Steinheil, win
murder of hi
���^^^^^^^^^^^^^
..   had    led    hei
"faugh a labyr
; ��� ��� ���
Pr with ti.is
1 Mmi   Steinheil learned thai
lead she ejaculated
At lag,  , ��� ....
,e "f"" ,;"    leasl   hesitation
..'."ll replied:
N��. I have i
**; Steinheil
"' wi,m'ss insisted thc wife was
the
to-
charged  with  the
husband and her step-
ui  contradictory
. n i >   challenged
nt  from  her orig-
the
day morning and of the twenty-four
persons on board, one only escaped
injury, while fourteen lie dead In the
morgue at Vancouver, and nine are
in the hospital more or less seriously
injured. The accldenl was one of
tlie most disastrous that ha sever occurred on the coast and has caused
much distress in the city, where almost all the victims were known, and
at least five have their homes.
Was First Car.
The car Sumas left Vancouver yesterday morning at 5:flu o'clock, following the power car 503, which left
ai 5:10 with a carload of heavy tim-
hers for the iron foundry at Nanaimo
road. The shunter was In charge of
Conductor Wiggins, Motorman Mc-
Donough and Brakesman Burrows,
and according to the statement of the
conductor proceeded directly to the
Nanaimo road switch, whet,, they
found an empty C, !'��� Et. freighl car
blocking the track. In order to gel
Into the iron foundry the hox car had
to be removed from the switch.
To accomplish this the flat car was
uncoupled and lift standing on the
line while the shunter proceeded on
to the switch, took the b ix ca i'e
low. and then backed on to the line
again, where the wailing flat car was
coupled on behind the box ear.
Conductor   Wiggins   personally  superintended the coupling of tlie two |
cars,   and   the   train     sta: ted   Up   the
grade, preparatory    to   Lacking both
Into the switch.
Coupling Broke.
It was then that the trou!,!, occurred Which cans, d the wreck and
the loss of so many lives. The train
had proceeded some thirty or forty
feel when Wiggins fell a jerk and ;
saw that the coupling had broken between the tWO cars. He seized a
l.lnck of wood and threw it  in fronl
Q,
!���'.
C.
A.
T.
THE   DEAD.
F. LYON'S, Vancouver, carpenter B.C.E.R. car shops, married.
PARMER,  Vancouver,  painter  B.iC.E.R. car shops, married.
BOWKS, Vancouver, carpenter  B.C.E.R. car shops, married.
s   WILKINSON, Vancouver, carpenter B.C.E.R. car shops, married.
POCHIN, Vancouver, carpenter B.C.E.R. car shops, married.
HOLLAND, Vancouver, carpenter B.C.E.R. car shops, married.
M.  MITCHELL, Vancouver, machinist B.C.E.R. car shops, widower.
V. STEVENS, New Westminster, waterworks employee.
STEVENS, New Westminster,   waterworks    employe.       (The    two
New     Wesl minster,    con-
S.
.1.
I   	
Stevens are father and son.)
WILLIAM JOHNSTON, 310 Third avenue
ductor, travelling as passenger, married.
T, II. CROWTHER, Vancouver, passenger.
GEORGE   THORBURN,   Vancouver, motorman.
T.  TUTTLE,  Vancouver,  passenger.
HARRY   DAYTON,   Vancouver,   employee at Ross & Ward's foundry.
THE   INJURED.
WILLIAM  HARRIS, conductor. Campbell avenue, Vancouver; fractured I
arm and fractured skull;  condition grave.
J. T. CARTY, Columbia street, New   Westminster;   compound   fracture ,
Of the skull;  condit ien grave.
GEORGE TRAWPORD, 508 McMartin Btreet, New Westminster; internal abdominal Injuries;  condition grave.
W. !'. HAINES, Burrard Hotel, Vancouver, scalp wound and pelvis
crushed.
THOMAS B. JACKSON, Praser Hotel, New Westminster; ribs and
chest injured.
.1. W. RUSHTON, 1005 Queens avenue. New Westminster; fractureof
shoulder bones;  serious. ^_\
EL] ZIMMERMAN, Central Park; scalp wounds and compound fracture dislocation of ankle.
ROBERT PORSYTH, 731 Homer Btreet; scalp wounds and extensive
contusions of chest and back.
CARL VV. CARLSEN, 135 Hastings Btreel east; extensive scalp
wounds.
of the whei Is of the flat i ar, b il sufficient momentum had been gained to
cause the car to jump the obstacli
The brakesman Immediately pul on
the. biaki s, bul at this point thei. I
one of the heaviest grades on thi
line, over two per cent., and i soon
became obvious that the brakes were
Insufficient to stop the car. an I after
it had run about 100 feet, Increasing
its sliced with every fooi traveled, he
jumped as the only tneaiir, of saving
Ills life. The power car followed
with all speed bul could do nothing
to check the runaway before she
crashed    into  the    passi nger  car.  at
that time turning the curve at Lake-
view.
Details Are  Lacking.
So far no one has been found who
can give a detailed account of the accident Itself, the injured all being In
a condition which prevents their giving the facts, and the one survivor
as yet not having been located.
The 5:50 car, the flrst to leave in
the morning, is used by the employees of the B. C. E. R. who are resident in Vancouver, to reach this city
in time for work al 7 o'clock. The
majority of the men, therefore, were
employees on their way to work, and
only a few passengers were on board.
With the line supposedly clear to
Central Bark ai the end of the double
track the motorman. George Thor-
burn, did not hesitate to keep the
car at full speed and no doubt had no
thoughl  of danger ahead.
It was just breaking dawn as the
passenger car swung round the curve
to Lakeview, bul was still so dark
thai no ohjoct could be seen until
close to hand, the headlight coming
round the curve Hashing on the side
instead of on the track. It is said
that the motorman as soon as he realized the Imminent peril thai threatened, yelled to the passengers to
jump for their lives, and that one
man did so. saving himself. The rest
were caught in a trap unable to move
an inch to Bave themselves before being crushed, al hast fourteen to move
no more.
The cars must have met with terrific Impact, which would have injured
and killed many of the passengers.
That, however, was nm the worst of
the calamity. The cars stopped as
they struck, but the heavj mass of
timbers, Impelled by treriiendous Impetus, dashed forward as a mighty
battering ram and raked the passenger car from end to end, Sweeping
housing and men clear, so that when
il passed there remained nothing but
(Continued  on   Bage  Seven).
Vancouvei-, Nov. 10.���The harbor
Subcommittee yesierday approved of
the draft of the bill for a harbor commission with the extension of tbe limits of the harbor to the North Arm
of the Fraser to the easterly boundary of South Vancouver and appointed a committee to draw up a memorial petitioning tbe governor-in-
councll to appoint tbe harbor commission.
The harbor board is described in
the act as a corporation and tbe appointment of the three commissioners, will be in the bauds of thc gov-
ernor-ln-councll, who will also fix the
amouni of their salaries. The act
will stale the amount of money they
are authorized to borrow, and this
was set by the committee yesterday
at $5,500,000.
The action of tbe subcommittee Is
meeting with some opposition in tbe
city of Vancouver where the people
carrying on business on the waterfront of Burrard inlet and False creek
are not. altogether in favor of the
scheme.
They protest against what they
term the "wild and ill-considered
schemes of amateur harbor commissioners."
toss io describe the Steinheil hom..
and tell how Mine. Steinheil had a
lease on "Green Lodge" In order thai
she mighl there receive her lovers.
It was after she had expresses
opinion that Adolphe Steinheil
ignorant of his wife's Intrigues
the witness was confronted with thi
deposition which she made for thl
police soon after the tragedy.
the
was
that
N. Y. Gets Million Inheritance Tax.
New York. Nov. lu.���'ihe Inheritance tax on the estate of John Stewart Kennedy, the millionaire banker,
who died recently leaving nearly half
of his $60,000,000 estate to public institutions, and societies, will net the
slate of New York more than $1,000,-
000, according to lawyers
with such mat lers. About
000 of the bequests will in
from the tax. as they are
puhlic institutions
the laws 'ol '"the stale,
and other relatives will
(660,000 on the bequests
receive.
familiar
$24,500,-
. exempt
made  io
Incorporated under
The widow
pay    about
which they
ci n
sali
nils iiioled.
was;   'At
What
last  1
Tli
I Real
Wed to
her husband.
woman's testimony
���*��. u J untere8'  ln
��j   o thi   mystery.
Wunwi*    a Bhe Wi,s reticent and
..I(|       '<  nothing,   replying   often:
ber"   a   Kn"A     Of "I do not remeni-
aroused a
the court-
Of holding
1 noi knon
She
but tu\ known
���      All'Xail,lie
C,I8,><1. least    '
w iar name.
Jtidpp (1
Ml iv,T, Us,ili"<l that Mme. Stein-
'     "  all the Wolf children
whom sho once   ac-
"' all.   She admitted her
ssed Alexandre by afa-
Will Not Seek South Pole.
Washington, Nov. L0.���Commander
Robert K. Peary, who has taken up
his residence with his family In
Washington, is aoi contemplating an
expedition to the Bouth Bole. Mrs.
Peary declared late today, when Informed of a reporl thai tin
der would bead an oxpf
the Bouth Bole
years, that sin
was untrue.
cotnni.tti-
���ditlon to
within the nexl
knew posltlvelj
seek
live
this
COASTING STEAMER
UNDERGOES REMODELLING
First Big Liberal Rally  This
Evening at 8 P. IM.
in Tin-:
Liberal Club Rooms
DAILY NEWS BLOCK
SUBJECTS���'
'Exploding
of
the
Railway
Pol
Icy
"T
oils on
the   W
estmlnster
Bridge."
"Payment of
Fn
Il
Wi
iges to
While
Men."     "I
.egisl
ation
to Force
Orients
ls
to
Live  ae
, Whiti
���   Men."
The candidate, Aid. Johnston, J. A. Russell, K. C
and George McCrossan of Vancouver, and H. E. Kellington,  will   address  the meeting.
will speak al Sapperton
SAPPERTON���Aid. Johnston     ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Monday. November Kith.
WEST  END���Aid. .lohnston will address the electors
St. Barnabas  Hall on Tuesday, November 16th.
Hypnotists   Failed.
Somervllle, N. J., Nov. 10.���After
every efforl on behalf of professional
hypnotists to bring back to life Robt,
Simpson, who died night before last
while under hypnotic Influence, had
failed, physicians held an autopsy.
The physicians' reporl says that the
deceased died from a rupture of the
arterial system.
Arthur Everton, the hypnotist who
made Simpson llis subject, is in Jail.
He will employ legal assistance. II
ls probable that the result of the autopsy will result in Kverion's release
on ball.
Storms
New     Vork,
windstorm   is
Indies   by   the
in West Indies.
Nov.    10,���A    severe
reported   in   the   West
cable    and    telegraph
Work has been started by the board
of works on the underbrushing of thai
part of Tipperary lying east of Fourth
street. I'p tu the present ihe thick
underbrush has marred the usefulness
of ihis pan of the reserve for park
purposes. It ls the Intention of the
hoard to put It In similar shape to
that portion of the reserve lying wesl
of Fourth streei.
The   ladies of  St.   Andrwo's  chinch
are hard at work perfecting the arrangements for the annual Scotch
supper and concert which will be held
In the lecture room of the church on
the i.vening of Thursday, November
IS. The occasion this year promises
to he a bigger success than ever.
companies today, and communication
to that territory is almost entirely Interrupted. The Western Union reports land lines in Jamaica Interrupted between Holland bay and Kingston, and communication with Kings-
ion badly delayed. The Commercial
cable between Santiago, Cuba, and
Jamaica  is  broken.
Stewart-Douglas.
Miss Jean Douglas, one of the best
known young ladies of the Royal
City, daughter of Arthur Douglas of
Listowell, Onl., was yesierday united
In the bonds of matrimony to D. D.
Stewart, a rising young merchant of
Prince Rupert. The wedding, which
was a very quiel affair owing to a recent (1<>ath in the family of the groom,
took   place   al   the   residence   of   T.   A.
Muir, Rev. Dr. T. Wardlaw-Taylor, of
St. Stephen's Presbyterian church, officiating. Miss Maria Douglas, sister
of the bride, acted as bridesmaid,
while the groom was attended by J.
Macintosh of Vancouver. On the
conclusion of the ceremony Mr. and
.Mrs. Stewarl lefl tor Vancouver
whence they look the Owl train to
Seattle. Ai'ler a short stay in Seattle, they will leave for Prince Rupert
where they will take up their residence.
(I. urge Walsh, who on Tuesday confessed to having taken $ilii from a
Norwegian at the Depol hotel, was
arraigned yesterday in the police
court and pleaded guilly to the
charge, repealing liis confession made
to 11 Ry police,      lie was sentenced
by Magistrate Corbould to seven
months in the provincial jail. Two
drunks contributed the usual amount
to the city treasury.
liiiillL DISAPPEARS ON
HER WEDDING TODR
A. J. Johnson, Districted Husband and
Spokane Police Search for Missing  Woman.
Landing  Device  For Aeroplane.
I lammondsporl.   N.    Y.,    Nov.    10.
Qlenn   ll.   Curtlss,   the   aeroplanlst,
made a shorl fllghl today to B'SI a
new device upon which he has been
working for some time, The Improvemenl Is a "landing runner," In
be dropped Into place when tlle ma
chine is nhoul lo descend. It Is intended lo obviate Ihe jar and shock
of a  sudden  landing.    The device ap-
peared io work satisfactorily.
Rome,
Roosevelt
ter Ethel
will rema
Roosevelt.
Nov.     iu.���Mrs.     Theodore
accompanied by her daugh-
left for Naples today,  she
n there until joined by Col-
All arrangements have been completed Tor the Navajo dunce this evening. This will be the first dance of
the season under the auspices of this
club. It will be followed by a number of others In the course of the
coming winter.
Will Be
Sterner Isaac, Now on Ways,
Lengthened Twelve Feet and Entirely Overhauled.
Vail.
induced
���������
Ra|ly to the  Flag.
"2 '���""���nil Bhould do
' and call
to fender all assistance
room
in hl�� Power toward
"l     'nils  on
ilKK,,,,      ���"''"'    !,ll(l
S^PUon nf   a
____________    n,s
it the committee
Hon
river
Mr
A00.00O    by
lie. ���   [JJ
Kk,a��
the aboll-
the  Fraser
against the
a   liability of
the    12(1,000
Bril lsh Colum-
������������
The steamer Isaac, owned
has  been   st''u
"shipbuilding yards on
where she will undergo
hy  Cap-
In  Mer-
Lulu Is-
v com-
the
������������������������������������'trade
tain  Gofleld,
cer's
land, ^^^^^^^^
plete overhauling.
It is the Intention of
have hor cut In two ��'"
twelve feet by the insertion o^ ^
of that length amidships. d(,ck
wlll  be raised one foot, a
and a new cabin pul ""      ;rovementS
ln addition to these   m .,,,.
the interior will be.fitted JJ ��fflplet.
and It is expected hat wnen ^
ed the Isaac will M ��""' coMtlni
eBt vessels engaged U
Ci piain to
engtnened
piec
Six Hundred Indians
Camp Around Hazleton
Victoria, R. C, Nov. 10.���Conditions
In Hazeiton today are such as to
cause the greatest fear that before
another day many Innocent lives i��a>'
be sacrificed. The five Indian chiefs
arrested last week were placed o n
trial this morning and Just outside
the town are 600 braves. These
braves have announced their intention of doing all In their power to
save their chiefs the disgrace attendant upon confinement, and to oppose
this determination there are only f��f-
tyflve rifles ln the possession of the
white men in Hazeiton.
The government authorities in vic
toria bave been not I lied of the plight
of Hazeiton and a plea for assistance
has been made, Tbe authorities me
keeping in close touch with the situation and everything possible will be
done to prevent a massacre.
Fearful of the threatened vengeance of the Kispiox Indians, whose
chiefs were arrested by Chief Constable Maltlund-Dougal and some fifty
or sixty special constables after an
early morning raid of the tribe's village, the white settlers of the Skeena
river district, crowded within the narrow confines of the village of
Hazleton to await further developments.
$50,000,000 LOST YEARLY
ON AMERICAN BUDGET
Prof.  Henry  Ford    of    Princeton  De
dares Loose Mtehods Responsible for Big Drain.
New York, Nov. 10.���The United
States governme.it loses $80,000,000 a
year, or about 8 per cent of the annual appropriation, through the loose
methods in making up the budget,
according to Prof. Henry Jones Ford,
of Princeton, ln a lecture at Columbia university.
Prof. Ford stated, however, that
he believed that the measure adopted
by congress last March requiring the
secretary of the treasury to estimate
the revenue of the government for
the ensuing year and transmit to congress with the estimated expenditure
will aid in effecting a considerable
saving.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 10.���A.
.1. Johnson, a shoo salesman of Denver, has the police force searching the
city for his bride, who until last Sunday was Miss Mabel Croiisoil, of Denier, a  telephone operator.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson started to
Salt Lake OH their wedding tour. At
Ogden tho groom retired to the smoking room, ami on  returning   to   bis
elei per found a man conversing with
llis wife. Supposing the stranger
was one of her former acquaintances,
Johnson went back to the smoking
compartment and did noi look for bis
bride  again  until   the  train  arrived
In   Salt    Bake.     Then   he   looked   In
vain.   Mrs. Johnson had disappeared
and all his luggage disappeared wilb
her.
In telling bis story to the police,
the anxious husband pul forward tbe
theory that his bride, being very nearsighted, was deceived by a man who
Impersonated hlm.
The
rue painting of the Fraser river
bridge has heen suspended for an indefinite period, and the tnen engaged
on the work have been paid off.    Tb"
reason given for the oesoation of the
work is that the weather Is not sufficienl ly pleasant to continue operations.
��� ���
4        Liberal Committee Rooms. ���
��� Alderman    J.   J.   Johnston's ���
��� committee rooms    are    estab- ���
��� lished at the Dally News block, ���
��� opposite the Carnegie Library. ���
��� Telephone No. 605. ���
��� Committees  meet every ev- ���
��� ening at 8  o'clock. ���
��� The   Liberal   party   desires ���
��� that every one opposed to the ���
��� "wild and  unconsidered" rail- ���
��� way policy of the government ���
��� will rally round and make the ���
��� rooms their headquarters. ���
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WANTED���BY   A
who understands Eng  e
Ition : ier :
e     ss S. Toma. pi 26]
Ii Bion,  Sap;- rt 255-
WANTED���JOB 0 xrii
by   experienci I H ^VE  BUYERS  FOR PROP
in fi'        ndi kn
easy terms.      Apply   H,
��� Bee.
FOR SAL :'   RETORT JEW-
ell heatei -           '              '
>m or hall.     For wi    I
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REAL   ESTATE.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery Block.
EDWIN G. W. SAIT. ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
MINSTER CARRIAGE SH    .'
R.    J.    McNeil.      Over    T.    0
I icksmitb  shop   cn   Eighth   si
gea built, repair* ii a: I  .
ed.     Al   '.' ii - guar :.'���
1ST   VALUE   IN GRO-
Tl.   Pure Food
ery, P. 0. Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
X.   DRAPER  B.   C.   LAND   SL !.
I ;   New    West-
ter, B. C
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED ANO
n pa red by your local tuner, \V. E.
Martin, Mus. Baa, city. A line
will briii" him.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
LIVERY   STAELE.
Ceurrte, Vii tori i
Sappei ton.
.TKD���GOOD    LOT    IN
ejter; i an | :
.    $71
tr -ii H. Prawi .  855, Van ���     -
LOST.
LOST���BLACK   SPANIEL  PUP.   RE
turn to 238 Tenth sl
FOUND.
FOUND���NEAR C. P. R. DEPOT, AN
overcoat, owner car.  ; -  me by
proving property    and    !
this advertise]   i '���:���: ly ,;
Bros. 257-3
part of \v
naby;     also    on    Cl I line.
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P. 0   . ���        12, New ���'"''���
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Est te and  insurance Agents���
.   ���     . irm    nd  bui urban  property,
C-olu     bi ?:n-e:.
HALi: BROS. & CO.. LTD.. REAL ES;
��� - and insurance. Phone 335 lv0
Ci   im ia street, P. O. drawi r 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. 0. Box
556, phone 334.
DRESSMAKING.
-SHAKING ��� SC   ��� ;     SKI ITS
. ��� ! Waists. 728    -
UP
t . ..
e        FOR
...     Th
HACKS  AND
Fashion  S:a-
COOKS1
Statin
gar eli
md
EY'S
PICTURE
POSI
are on  Bale    at  M   Morey's
nery s or . J. G. Gamon s 'ci-
..hi, F, Mackenzie's drus storv
The  Fair,' Col imbia  i treet
I  V   AN
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offlce.
STENOGRAPHY
FREEMAN     Bl
���', ���'���     a bli
KE
ROOMS TO   RENT.
PACIFIC REALTY CO.  (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 49v p. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan.   744  Colum. ia street.
MRS.  J. A.  STAND1SH   AN  EXPER-
i need   and   first-class    d:
lias opened up dressmakii _ pa
in  Room  11.   Smith    dock   62c   I o
l--.:-.' I     -���:������- - .     A   ".'. .1   :.- o ���o :
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITV CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 24', Columhia Btreet
phone K2bv. The place where ih<
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
MACHINE   WORKS.
[-HE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster.     Manufacturers of m< '
.- and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
t rs and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block. Columbia street. New
Westminster. \y. j. Whiteside, h.
L. Edmonds.
TO RENT���TWO GOOD BEDROOMS  MARSHALL      SINCLAIR.      INSUR-
Apply 20S C rn      on  St. -" ance   r?a! estate.etc.. U located tor
TO  LET���TWO    OR    THREE FUR-
nished    bonseki ��� ping -.   fur
nace,   etc.      Apply   917  Fifth   avenue.
TO RENT���LARGE DOUBLE BED
room, suitable fee:   two gentlem
reasonable terms. 828  Roya! ave.
246-12
ance, real estate, etc.. i= located for
the present a: the office of the Settlers' Association. Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT,
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring
armature wiring. -:.otor repo.
etc. Ban!-: of Coi merce b ill ling
'phone 331  P. O. B     928.
������UTI������-M-���EW�� -���       ���������MITBIIIIl   ,--^^m^~m.__-l-
FISH AND GAME.
MONEY TO LOAN
TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
to advance    money to any
on city property or for
I purposes.  Apply Dr. A.  D.
MONEY
pared
:.���:   orr
buildlr.:
Buchanan, P. 0.  New Westmlns��rer
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barrls-
ti rs. ��� tc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices,
Rooms 2d and 21, Williams building, 113 Granville Btreet, cornei of
Hastings street.
CUSTOM      S'
T: ;���'.'.: -
lettei .   etc.
lumbia
TYPEWRITING
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.
THEAT'
CRYSTAL   'Pi
hia    Btrei
pictures;   lllui
ous attrai tl ;,
ring
Monday,  ',',
THE EDISON
Columhia  and  El
moving  plcl in
Program chai
���lay an 1 Frida
NEB
���   .-3
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DM
:.  T.  PRINCE,    AUDITOR AND AC-  BENSON  &  A YUNG.  FISH   FRUIT,
ntant      Audit?  made.    Systems      Game. Vei el etc.       leg   ���   st.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monnmental tombstones, budding
s.one, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columhia stre.t.  New  Westminster.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledg-.-rs; Cowde Carbon Pap. rs.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 14L' Old
Daliv  News Blork,  Sixth street.
.u
TAILORS.
ALVIN, LADIES' ,1   ,o
lorlng.      A ie tal] ?;:i
ing jusi in. res*
ing and repairing ��� -   r.
block.    Entraii--< ���- e
and 264 Clarkson st
WOODWORKING.
������������-'.v.^vv I
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING,
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING    V.ND
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy,
. mized.    Agent for the Hall Safe
9,   Westminster    Trust
P. O.  Box  795.
I. J. A.  BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
u - mt.    Tel. R 128.    Roo:..  7,
��� -��� :   Trust  Block.
-   -.   Windsor    I
FURNITURE
W.    E     FALES     THE   FURNITI I
Dealer, Upholsterer anl Underti .o r
corne- Agnes and McKenzie s'.ieets.
Phone 176, night call 8L
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER,   ROOM
M   il lings,    Bui in i  Sai itas;
ise   painting,   kalsomlning,  paper
h mging    and     decorating.      Sixth
��� eet. New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &    CAFE ;
Tickets.   21   meals   for   SI.       Home'
cooking. All white cooks; no Orlen- I
tai labor employed.     Open day and
night     Opposite tram office.'
WESTMINSTER
Co., bank, office tl agj;
cabinet,  stair,    s eti
and detail work,
mates  furnisbel - j
prietor.      Work ;U
and car line.      I'ITT
HAiSt VAST SUM TRIAL lit ITALY
TO FIGHT FOR MAN TO UST Wi TEARS
Attempt   to   Be   Made   to   Free    Mrs.    Evidence  in Cases About  Foejr Times
Boyle,  Accused  of   Complicity  In the   Size   of   the   Encyclopedia
Kindapping Whitla  Boy. Bntannica.
Pittsburg,  Penn.   Nov,   10.���An  ap-
I" al  to the supi co in  ol  P- nn-
sylvania was filed here today In the
case of Helen Boyle   who Is doing 25
.'���������ars in  the    RJversidi   pi oo ntiary
for the kidnapping of Willie Whitla,1
tor   assisting    her  husband,    Jimmy
Boyle, in secreting the eight-year-old |
son of James; p. Whitla   an attorney
of   Sharon.     Attorney     Stephen     G.
Porter, of  Pittsburg,  w   i  represents
the Chicago brother of Mrs. Boyle, Is
appearing   as   the   appellant   in    the!
case.
In   connection   with   this   case     it
comes out that there has been an im- j
iiif-nse secret purs,, raised for    Mrs. '���
Boyle by the people of Western Penn-;
sylvanian and Eastern Ohio and other
points, who become greatly inter..-ted e
in the woman, who was railroaded to
the penitentiary by   the   authorities
of Mercer County.
It is  understood  that   the    Whitla
interests,   which    include    those   of
Frank  Buhl, a  very rich    brother-in-j
law  of  Whitla.  will  spend  il 0
rto   prevent   Mrs.   Boyle   from   having
another trial,  whicl   ihe now seek.-.
"If Mrs.  Boyle's plea  for   a    new
i- granted by "    B iperior Coun,
���   will   be  so::...   other   people  ln
the    pealtntfary    before    we    get
:gh  with that kidnapping ease,"
.-ail Attorney Porter today.
Naples.   Nov.     10.���The   note
ll  ���   Cams Lffaii   has now-
entered ori a period of transit in
which precedes the gerat trial.   The
principal case concerns the Cuocolo
and Cutlnelll assassinations, which
took place thr.. years ago, ever since
which time the majority of the II
persons accused have been in prison.
Throughout that period the magistrates of Naples have been busily en-
gaged in siftiim evidence, hut from a
variety of causes, noi the least of
which was tbe intimidation of witnesses by secret societies, many of
the original charges have been dropped
The indictment win be about the
size of a three-volumn novel, and the
evidence would fill about four times
the space occupied by such a work as
the Encyclopedia Britannlca. The
Judges singled out 'o preside win require six months' leisure In which to
study the documents before the trial
can begin. It is expected that the
trial   will   last   two   years   at   least.
There will be over a hundred lawyers engaged in the case and nearly
--      ifiU esses for the crown alone.
I my  verj   best  ei |   pro-
tecting I the    cit
ntain tl     prii civic
��� ��� |    , -        othi r P1-
] way  advance    tl:.   interests  of    our
.
nklng   j   u
for j our gi ner ms su In the
p   -   and n spi ctfull
'���"������ b and influence, I am,
Yours very incen ly,
W. H.  KEARY.
New    Westminster,    B. ('.. Nov. 4,
of    Vanco
mb ;.  this
A. n.   1909.
ton   or     bi    li
na river,
; t th e Cl t
province  of    British
23rd day of Octi b
MARTIN,  fii UG,  BOURNE &   HAV.
��� -��� St., Vancouvi r, B.C.
Solicitors for the  Vancouver, West-
249
minster &  Yukon Bail way Company.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
P.
HO
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
BOY, LIKE OWI, SEES AT
NIGHT; BLIND IN DAY
Smuggled   Furs.
Kingston. Nov. 10.���Wealthy American summer resorts have been caught
by the United States customs spotters attempting to smuggle some $10,-
worth  of  furs    arid    d\v   foods.
iit in Kingston during July and
August, and taken across the international  boundary
TO THE   ELECTORS  OF  THE  CITY      _  , ,. .      ,
Tai.e notice that an application has
OF NEW WESTMINSTER. jbeen made to register Tin.mas Knight
  Jr., as the owner In fee simple, under
Ladies and Gentlemen.���At the- re- a   tax   sale   deed   from    Inspector  of
quest of a very large number of citi- [Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing;
zens and    ratepayers I consented to date the 5th day of September. A.D,
allow my name to be submitted te, the   1907, of all and singular that certain !
people for their support as Mayor of parcel or tract of land and premises j
New Westminster for the year l'Jl".      situate,   lying   and   being  in   the  Ws-
My policy has been, is. and will be trict   of    New     Westminster,  in  the;
wholly one of progress and in the in- Province of    Britisli  Columbia,  morel
terests of all the people of New West- particularly known  and described as!
minster. I will discuss issues through j Lota 9 and  10, Block 10, of part of
the  campaign  and   ask  your  careful I Lo' 29A, Group 2.
consideration of all questions. ^ m and those claiming through or
Polling day December 13th, 1909,      iiini'.er  you  and  all   persons  claiming
JOHN A. LEE. any interest in the said land by vir-
tue of any  unregistered    instrument,
"  and all persons claiming any interest
NOTICE. in   the  said  land   by  descent,  whose
  title Is not registered under the pro-
Notice is hereby given that an ap-  visions  of  the  "Land  Registry  Act,"
plication  will  be made    bv  the   Van- ^ required  to contest the claim of
couver,    Westminster  &  Yukon  Rail- *he ("x    Purchaser    within  forty-live
wav Company  to the Parliament of !?*ya frn,m     e da,(' ot the servio'' of
Canada at its' next session for an act U!ls noUcp uf��n  >011- and  ��n  default
to extend  the time    for commencing "f a <;ayeat or certificate of lis pen-
the construction  of  the  line of    the flenf  b! "K ,fi,P(1   witllin  such  Pertod<
companv's      rail wav.    authorized    bv or .in   dpfau't  of    redemption   before
Chapter  87   of  the   Statutes  ol   1901, r,'"ls'ril,i"n. !'"�� and each of you will
be    forever    estopped    and debarred
i
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
until the l.'th day of May. 1912; and
to extend the time for finishing and
putting the said line in operation until the 15th day of May. 1916; and
ialso to change the route of that part
���of tbe line of the company's railway
.authorized by Section 7 of the said
[act, which runs from Squamish val-
'ey to Hazeiton, or some other point
from setting up any ciaim to or in
respect of the said land, and I shai'
register Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for
thirty days In a daily newspaper published in New Wesl minster and a
weekly   newspaper  published  at  Chii-
Virginia Youth Afflicted With Strange
Infirmity Tbat Makes Him Great
'Possum Hunter.
Richmond,   Va..   Nov.   10.���Medical
experts are interested in the case of
1>..ear-old Aubrey Wilson, of Nottoway County, who is totally blind in
the day, but can like a eat in the
dark. The young man can speed a
bicycle when the night is so dark
Hiat ordinary people have to walk
with caution, but in the day he gropes
about able only vaguely to distinguish
any object and witli no discrimination as to color.
Because of his peculiar infirmity,
the young man is noted as a 'possum
hunter. He cun distinguish the animals in the trees in the dark as readily as a dog can follow the scent, All
hi.s life Wilson lias suffered from this
effect. He says ii grows QUI of too
much light entering the eye. It is
called "albino eye" he says.
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF    THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladles and Gentlemen.���In response to several large and influential requisitions from the electors of
the City of New Westminster, asking
me to again offer myself for the mayoralty, in view of the extensive puhlic improvements now in hand, and
proposed for the coming year. 1 feel
lt my duty to accede to the wishes
of tlie electors ln the premises, and
will therefore offer myself us a candidate at the forthcoming elections.
As previously announced, it w'as
my Intention to withdraw from civic
politics at the end of the present
term, but the urgent wish of so many
of the electors that I should continue
in office until the Improvement program, With which I am familiar In
every detail, ls carried out, compels
me to bow to their wishes, and again
seek your suffrages.
If elected I pledge myself to devote
on the  Skeena river  from  the route llwa('k wil1 ho ^o<"l and sufficient ser-
authorlzed by the said section of the ?? thereof.
said act. to a route described .,s f,,l- ��� Dlltr.(. at Ule L:in''  Registry Offlce,
lows:      Commencing from a point at
i fid1 ���
.'or near    the    city of    Vancouver or
Jsome  other  convenient   point  on  the
[shore of Burrard Inlel to a point at
[or near the city of New Westminster
jln  the  province of  British  Columbia
I (such  line  of  railway  being  in  addition to the line of railway between
the  said   points   which   is  authorized
by the company's act of    Incorporation), and from the said poini ;it or
near the city of New Westminster to
the south side   of    the I-'iasi r river,
thence by the   most    feasible route
through     New    Westminster  Districl
and in an easterly and northerly direction through the districts of Vale,
Lillooet   and   Cariboo   lo   a   polnl   on
the branch line from Willow  river to
Edmonton authorized by Chapter 176
of the Statutes   of    lu'im al oi  non
Tele .Taune Cache;   thence northwest-
terly following the line of railway au
thorizeii by Chapter 176, of thi   statutes of hum;, uiong the South Fork of
the Fraser river to a  point   between
Fort George and Fort McLeod; ihence
by the most feasible route to Hazel-
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 13th dav of October, A. D..  1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Jane Wilkinson. 240-26
********
>******
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
SKATE
AT THE
PYTHIAN RINK
Ladles purchasing skate tickets
during tbe month of November will
receive a ticket entitling them to a
chance on a gold watch. Drawing to
take place NOVEMBER 30, 1909.
WE ARE READY TO SHOW
you how It Is cheaper to bay <>ur
high-class building mat"18'9
than It Is to purchase the l",0r
er kind. We can point
buildings bulU with our m-^
rials that never need r,'!i:llr3
We can point to ��om�� l"l"'rii
that need repairs all the time
But thev were not built of OttT
ADVFRTI5E IN THE NEWS IRSDAV
N0VEMBER 11, 1909-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.      ^
���   nF   CANADIAN
^^STEAD REGULATIONS
_^M
tberaiw'^
HOME-
AD)
radable
0oU1iaiou Lands
Willi
gvauttu's ---.n British Colum
' teaded by any per-
.    ���
���Dia, ��*[ ,baV sole
or iiw
in;
"extent
bead �� a family
IS years of age, to
���I ona-Qtiarter section ol
or less.
made personally
ami office for the
land is situate.
h
IS acres, more
11 Entry must
*llicl1 '   ,v  however,
IW �����!"��,:;; oli-   by    the   father,
Icertain   (U," ,.,;,JH.r, brother or sis-
at
district
1'Jntry
made on
FRATERNAL   80ClEV!iiS.
I. O. O. F��� AMITY LODGE, Nov 27,
Tbe regular meeting o.  this   I
are held ln Oddfellowa' hall, Cam i
von street, every Monday    eve:.
at 8 o'clock.    Jas. Ferguson, me:,.
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree   Bee.
A. O. 0. W.���FRASER LODGE NO,
���Meetings tlie flrsta nd third 1 ii
day in each month.    Visiting bi
ren    cordially    Invited   to    attend
Lodge room, A. 0. U. W. ball, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson streei.
SHI
ENTHUSIAST
FOR LOCAL OPTION
Th
WATCH IN COW
HAN NINE YEAR.
!"      fear-old    Port     Hope     Girl
>   Petition   Five   Times
Over.
IjUJlll
iT,
bomesteadar.
fcrf" ,niSS��S Is required to per-
1 Tlu. i: lSconQnected there-
form ti-, '    ,       oi    the   following
villi under
plan- , ,e, months' residence
(1)  A   ; in of the land on
W��n '"'   ror three yeara.
Uyea, ,   ir mother If the
I-''1.'   ;;,,,...!,. of the homesteader
,���,,'.,��� in tlie vicinity ot
the requirements
satislied   by
It:
���father ^^
|h ���  -	
kiltie settler has hia permanent
3)1 tne laml   ()Wnrfa
fS in the vicinity of his home-
'l1'; ���.',.,,,, ,,!!-. ms as to residence
iteaUl* reBldence  ���pon
Sifili'.t noil,',. In writing should
2��n to the commissioner ot Do-
;^";;(:;;.  ..   Ottawa of intention
.,,,,]v for pat' nt-
ff-Coal mining rights may be
for a period of twenty-one
an annual rental of ?1 ]*?r
Not more than 25(10 acres
be leased to one individual or
n, A royalty at the rate ot
T,ent, pl shall  he collected
'the merchantabl,. coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
eouty of the Minister of the Interior.
wg���Unauthorlzed    publication   ot
j, ..,|v ; will    not he paid
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, 1.0.K
���Meets the fourth   Friday   in   the
month  at     S  o'clock,  in  the
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL   ORDER  OF   EAGJ I .
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tui a laj
evening at S    p.m. in    the  b_ai li
hall, Columbia streei.     .1. N. Altch
eson, W. Pres.;  li. Scholield, ebecro
tary.
Nev. in.���The local op-
vvi re given a setback
ol   the  town  council
A  deputation    asked
lee   given its first and
ami    Town  Clerk
irted    that   the petition
sufficienl    number    of
II. A. Ward claimed the pc-
1  not the  requisite  number
ased
���ears A<
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
He ,!���,,. ��� of the southwesi
t.Y    0f section  26, Township  16
(.���. westmii   ��� i  District.
When     lo     of the loss of certl
fccateof title Number 12.179F, issued
Robert Fleming Bey-
c       IS bi ��� ii filed in this offlce.
Uol . given that I shall,
a ol  one month from
Sedate o flrsl publication here-
Ill j. nspaper published In
,. Wi stminster, Issue
Sci| the said certificate, un-
Ime valid objection
In writing.
C   s  KEITH,
!;. o ..,.,,   oJ Titles.
Offlce,  New  West-
ber 11. 1909. 242-26
���NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The coi II     .  of  the  old  bridge  is
I too safe    for    vehicular
tra? '..   public  generally  aro
tut tainst     hauling   loads   of
illy I ���
Persons i    tlnuing to do so after
Ito- t I ike all the risks on
ftemselvea
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
iw Westminster, July
' 'e : r
City Hall,
|?3ri, 1909.
ft (live Careful Attention
to accounts i - rporatioM, firms and
tadivi(lu;,|s and shall be pleased to
mp"i or com ipond with those who
Wntemplati n | lng changes or opening Hew   ;���, ,, lnt8,
M you haven'l   a  Savings Account,
WW is the beal time to start one.
ova! Bank of Canada
(Incorporated
Capital Paid up
J��!rve Fund \
Total Assets . .
1869)
.$ 4,700.000
. 5,400,000
..55,000,000
K
ew Wi
ter,   B,
F   SHUTE.
C.  Branch,
Manager.
PRINCE
Accountant
CnnlT,S    MADE'     BOOKS     OF     AC-
^UNTS    OPI NED  ON  APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
*GENT FOR THE   HALL 8AFE CO.
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
p- 0. BOX 795.
iOAHD OF TRADE���NEW V. hsi
minster Board of Trade meets in t ���
hoard room, City Hall, as foi
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at s p.m. Annum
meetings on the third Thursday I I
February. New members may ;..
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary,
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es,  and  produced  an  affidavit
rear-old girl who had signed
te. the    petition ���without
^^^J I  ��� decided   to defer the
lows: j en-   one    week, and    in the
mea: . ommittee of the council,
with - lb Itor for the local otpion
promoters   and    the    anti-optionists,
e i   the petition and report
mi i Hug.
Savant Suggests That Timepiece Was
Wound  Up By Animal Chewing
the Cud.
ROAST BEEF OF ENGLAND
IMS FROM ARGENTINE
SONS OP SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of 12.
hall.      Chief, W. Sutherland.
O. 0.  F��� ROYAL    CITV    LODGE
No. 3���Meets   ln   Oddfellows'   hal)
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at S o'clock. Visiting brethren
will he made welcome, (i. E. tilil-ey,
N. G.; C, E Osborne, P 0, 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. 0. L-
No. 1150; L, O. L.. No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. 0, F.; C. U.
F. Court Westminster, No. 33');
Brotherhood  of Owls. Neai   No. US)
Windsor Hotel,
nks. Bellingham.
Geo. Owen, Albion.
W. Horton, Toronto.
1-'. Kennedy, Chicago.
Wilson, Seattle.
S. Swine, Vancouver
Guichon, Pt, Guichon.
I-:. Hesl, Coquitlam.
Webster, Seattle.
Mel';,rlano. Langley.
Johnson.  Spokane.
M. Cooke, Vancouver.
A. P
J.
S.
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A.
II.
C.
C.
M.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
12S3���Meels second and fourth
Mondays at S p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood St.
CITY
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Tenders are Invited for the erection
of a Refuse Di strm tor, capacity 50
tons per day. Plans and profile ol
site, specifications and further particulars as prepared by the City Engineer, can be obtained on application to
the undersigned.
Tenders to be plainly marki d on
the outside "li' fuse Destructor," and
delivered by 5 p.m. of the 22n 1 day ol
November, 1909, to
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Russell  Hotel.
('. ,1.  Rowbotham, Yan< inner.
N. A. While, Vancouver.
F. J.  Merrick, Vancouver.
J. E. Cowan, Vancouver,
A. s. Stoddart, Vancouver.
A.  Ball,   Vancouver.
W, 11. Morrison, Vancouver.
,1.  II.  Hudson. Vancouver.
G. B. Campbell, Vancouver.
R, Howes, Vancouver.
J, F. McKinnon, Vancouver,
A. York. Vancouver.
F. C. .lames. Vancouver.
II. Swapper.  Vancouver.
C. B. Brydone-Jack, Vancouver.
The li. t. of T. company of the
Hoys' Brigade has obtained permission in use the armories for two afternoons In the week for gallery practice, which will be cdmmenced in the
course of a few days as s<><.n as the
��� itles arrive. T. J, Mahoney has
kindly consi i ted to look after the firing e la is. Onlj t he boys who at-
e : : drill will be permitted to take
pari iu tin si   .      ��� Ii es.
Winsted. Conn.. Nov, 10.���Mr. Orrln
Woudin, a llarwinton farmer, wbo
lost a (heap watch nine years agn
while haying, has jusi recovered the
timepiece in a novel manner. He
butchered one of his cows and when
engaged In dressing his bovine heard
a ticking noise. An Investigation
disclosed the lost watch, still keeping
time, bul two hours too slow.
Woodin thinks the cow musi have
swallowed ythe watch fwhen eating
hay.   The watch was a stemwinding
affair and every time the bovine
breathed, Woodin thinks, ii pressed
againsi the stomach, thus keeping it
wound   up.
Prof. Blob, of the Forty-second
Street Agricultural and Irrigation
Commissian, said: "Until this bulletin
from Winsted the world never knew
that a cow could wind a watch by
chewing its cud. 1 await with impatience further Information to the
effeel thai the cow's death was caused by grief when she found that, although the watch which she had
wound with care after each meal for
nine years was two hours slow, she
could not open the case to adjust the
works."
South   American   Cattlemen   Have   Al
most  Complete   Control   of  the
Trade.
KAISER ASSISTS IN
DRAMATIC PRODUCTION
Takes   Particular   Interest   in   Staging
of  Play  of the   Deceased   Playwright.
Berlin, Nov. 10.���The production of
Ernsl von Wildenbruch's posthumous
play, "Der Deutsche Koenig," which
met with the greatest sin cess upon
the flrst performance at the Royal
Tie aire last nighl, was carefully BU-
perinti nded by Emperor William,
who had a deep admiral ion for the
poet and dramatist. During the dress
rehearsal on Mondaj the emperor
suggested the elimination of what appeared as an objectionable incident,
and which had no hearing on the plot.
Frau Wildenburch consented, but
when the emperor suggested another
nn.iliiieaiii.ii, she, replied that her husband had attached particular important-.��� to the passage in question,
"In thai ease," said his majesty, "it
shall stand as a matter of course."
Washington, Nov. 10.���Britons   are
ceasing to look to America for their
supply of "ihe roast beef of old England" and are turning more and
more to Argentina for meats and
cattle.
K. N, Batlettan, consul-general at
Buenos Ayres, Informed the departmenl of commerce and labor today
thai the traffic in beef from Argentina
to England was growing rapidly and
thai the British Isles are becoming
moie and more dependent on the
South American republic for their
meal supplies, lie also reported that
prominent English ship owners and
Argentina cattle raisers have organized a company which will undertake
to ship supplies of chilled meat regularly each week from the River Platte
to London and Manchester. This trade
Ii ls expected, eventually will cut
heavily Into this country's meat exports, unless the mailer ts Immediately taken up by the Interested concerns.
That the new British-Argentina
corporation Is ln earnest, Is evidenced
by the statement of Mr. Bartlettan
tbat work already has been begun on
nine new fifteen-knot refrigerator
steamers, which will he added to the
fleet already at the company's disposal.
WANT BONUS TO COUNT
AS   RAISE   IN   SALARY
London, Ont.. Nov. 10.���The local
Board of Education and the Deputy
Minister of Education are engaged In
a controversy over the disposal of the
teachers' bonus granl from tbe department, In this city tlie Board
raises every teacher's salary $50 a
year, until the maximum amount is
reached. The bonus is used as a part
of iho raise. The department objects
to this, and quotes the rules to show-
that it musl be paid to the teachers
direct. The Board contend that they
are carrying out the spiril of this
rule, and thus the matter stands. No
money has heen paid to the local
Board by the departmenl yet. All
Other eities have secured Iheir grants.
while the departmenl and the Board
settle the matter.
NO  LONGER TORTURED.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
'.tnice 'Phone  18b.      Barn  'Phone 13?
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly    to
any  part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. CoastSS. Sailings
To
To .
To
imber
FROM VANCOUVER.
Victoria���Daily  at   1:30   p.m.
Alaska���November  211.  11   p.m.
Queen    Charlotte   Island���Nov-
18.
English Watchmaker
. ��W Watcieg for LatUv* from $12.75
To Nanaimo, I'nion. Comox���Tuesday and Thursday al 2 p.m.; Monday. 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo���liaily ai - p.m.
FROM NEW WESTMINSTER
Upper Eraser river to Chiiliwack
and way points steamer Beaver
leaves Westminster al 8 a.m. on
Monday, Wednesday an.l Friday; returning, leaves Chiiliwack at 7 a m.
on  Tuesday.  Thursday  and  Saturday.
call  or  ad-
Por
dress
further particulars
BD.
Asst
QOULET,
New W
Agent,
���slininsier.
C. B. FOSTER.
Gen. Pass   Agent,
Vancouver, B. *--���
open ta.ee
nS* Wa��*eBl   genu'
Sil _^_I_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_H
17,50 ^ Watdw*i  gents' open   case,
batches   f"r   Waltham   ftnd     Klgin
Watch
^Pairing a specialty.
F- CRAKE
*����� l": C. Aim. Cm.,
���CANADIAN PACIfIC
^   RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
i ceittle train
Morning Express and Bearoe
leaves 7:55. i<wf; for
Afternoon Express leaves i. .-
all    points    East,   including   I
States point*, St. Paul and Last.
Agassiz Local leaves ti.io
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R- Agent.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
THE    daT^     new.
A Sergt. Wheeler in R.C.A. Finds Cure
From Agonizing Skin Disease.
Sergt. Whei ler Tims. P, Bennett, R.
('. A., who lives at 705 Albert St.. Ottawa, describes the relief which he
got from l). li.  ii. Prescriptions.
"II gives me pleasure to commend
D. D. 1). to sufferers from skin diseases. For ilnei yeais I suffered Intensely from a skin disease which I
do ��� loped on the back of my neck.
li grew continuallj and sometimes
casi off scales. Neighbors' advice,
prescriptions, salves and expensive
blood medicines were lavishly used.
"At lasl 1 found relief in 1). D. D.
used according to directions, lt required   jusi    one   bottle   to   effeel      il
cure. I um im longer tortured so I
have no hesitancy in acknowledging
to the world the worth and great vir-
lure of  I).  1>.  D"
Blond medicines euiinot kill the
germs in the skin which cause eczema and other skin diseases. Salves
fail because they cannot penetrate.
I). I). I), goes righl Into the pores,
kills the germs and cures, as many of
our New Westminster people can tes
tify. Prank MacKenzle, Druggist.
New Westminster.
For free sample bottle of D. D
Prescription   write  to  the   D.
Laboratory Departmenl. N. N.
diin St.. Toronto.
For sale by all druggists.
RELIGIOUS  PAPER  WILL
REMAIN   IN   LIBRARY
D.
D.   D.
���22 Jor-
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
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St: Catherines, Nov. 10.���The public
library board al their regular meeting
held a somewhat warm discussion on
the question of having religious papers on the tables of the reading room.
The fun started when the book committee broughl In a report recommending thai the subscription of the onions newspapers and periodicals be renewed for the year.   The lis! included
the     "Catholic     World,"     "Methodist.
Presbyterian" and other papers, The
pul.lie school inspector, Mr, Hetherlngton, who is ii Protestant, brought
In an amendment that the religious
papers he nol purchased as ii only
created lll-feellng. Mr. .1. S. Robertson, of the Collegiate Institute staff,
seconded Sheriff Dawson, and Mr. .1
E. Lawrence, both Roman Catholic,
and spoke strongly for the admission
of the religious papers. The sheriff
characterized the altitude of the objectors as being narrow-minded. A
vote was finally taken, and the
amendment was defeated, the religious papers slay accordingly,
Battleford Land Sale.
Battleford, Sask., Nov. 10.���The sale
of Indian lands was concluded here
today, 29,000 acres being disposed of,
the average being a trifle over $8 an
acre, but some going as high .-is $15,
the new run being accounted for by
the Inclusion of a lai ge area fii only
fnr grazing. The heavies! buying was
dune for a large number of French-
Canadians in Michigan, who vvin remove shortly to this district.
��1
Daughters of Emoire.
Prince Albert, Sask.. Nov. in.���The]
Daughters ot the Empire were In the
city last night ami formed a chaptel ',
here to lie known   as   "Victoi la and
Albert."    The  officers  elected    were
Mrs. P. W. Pennefather, regent;  Mrs.
Judge Wallace, secretary;    Mrs. J, H.
Lindsay,  treasurer   and   Mrs.  Judge i
Forbes,  standard bearer.
NOTICE.
Noiice is hereby given thai the
Couri of Revision O fthe lis! of householders entitled to vote in the City of
New Westminster will sii at the City
Hall In the City of New Westminster
B, ('.. on Monday Ihe 15th day November, 1909, at the hour (if 10
o'clock  In  the forenoon.
Dated this Kill day of November,
1009.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
seeks to make every product of
her cooking perfection itself.
She should take advantage of
(.very condition that will help
her.
Royal Standard Flour has
helped thousands of women In
British Columhia to get perfect
results. its rapidly increasing
use shows this. There is a
good reason why it should. It
is made from the best wheat.���
from wheal thai Is most carefully milled, nnd is the result
of the most skilful blending thai
is possible as a result of our
experiments, carefully, patiently and tirelessly conducted.
The users of Boyal Standard
Flour appreciate the opportunity they have each month of
drawing a 1 n'i piece china dinner sei. The Hour is perfection Itself, and the extra premium is iu keeping With our
policy of giving superior value.
The coupon in your sack this
month may entitle you to one
of these dinner sets.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO.. Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
r
���*
ALL     WORK      GUARANTEED      BY
MERRITHEW & RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
TELEPHONE  586.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE    MEATS
ANO SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Cenet Elgktl Bt uo*   Flftk Am**
phonb en.
BO WELL ��, OODV. iwnerte****.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
THE      DAILY        NlWt
Our Glove
Department
is replete in all lines, from the Canvas Glove
at 3 for 25c to the Auto Gauntlet at $3.00 per
pair���all kinds, all prices.
Chums $1.75
Boys'  Own  Annual      1.75
Girls' Own  Annual   ...   ������  1.75
Chatterbox 8a
JUST ARRIVED AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
How about one of those new Mufflers? In
all colors, 60c. Just the thing for this stormy
weather.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Supply limited. Come and
see our fine display of toys and
China on second floor. It will
please you.
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweet
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston
And all the principal buaineaa centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and'
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc. addreaa
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger Md Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St. CMnacovin.
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THE DAILY NEWS
THURSdav, N0VEMber
The Daily News
Published by The Dally .News Publishing Conii.an.'., Li::.i:- d, at thl ir offid -
The Daily News Block, corner ol Mc-
Ktnzip and Trew streets.
E, A. Paige Manajtr.g Director
; tho  opening  up of   lands  for   settle-
��� I if he is returned to repn senl
the Cltj of Ids nativity in the L - -
lature,  and   the  developmenl   of the
In  this  direction  forno i i
���lot  planks   in   the-     Lil
��� ���  rm.
FALSE   PREMISES.
THURSDAY.  NOVEMBER   11.  190?.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  MOURNS.
a  deficit   until     the   9-cent  rate   ��
reached."     The l"-cent rate was
peral on exactly five weeks; thi i
lections beinc over and the ;
purpose ol   '       - e n d'. ���"
lng    been    served,    the rate wi -
- .! to ll cents.      That has  I
rate ever since, rnd is '
.;. spite Mr.  Robi:   - d
���   ���  e  t'anadiai. an
:     ���   to carry    grain
���  s.     The net res      bas tl
a reducUi a
���   -      eight y<     -   - conl
made bf-T"- een I G
ii :.: an i ���  ���   . Nori
���   Ftoblin's  p
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���GET   THE   HABIT"
Thi   ! 'ernment
rt by  means   oi   I
posti       ���   ' re Inscribed s
<o   as: "900  mill s  oi  n- w
railwi "paym ni fail
s."   Bul a the 900 mill -
m ���'���   ������ iih     - : Isi ned
for 701   ��� ud leaves    untom hi '  '- --'���-
,  ..     , . . ,    ; an ;  nol  al all  bin    ug o    o    i
'    ��� '   the ' ��� B. furnishes an ex
facilities of com- aple of how M puts i
��� to it? Am ition his v p Inciph
:  :        ...      In 1      " ' lblic    ��lind    is    -
e-Mai ���     ' no   / j
ly binding   -
'���'   ' as If
good of it  -    ' British Co    Roblin Govi io order i
luml'i. ".' j morrow  that  the  < Nori
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,-i to the basis    I
s fi    a Winnipi
Mr. Roblin bas ired '
���    aadian _S
:-        -��� sayini   pUj imo operation��� and ll     i   I
i��������� sei t time I is ..   \orthi rn  refus
Dolls of All Sizes
d an I un-
rag and many
;: the  Uttle
display.
���   lay,    Stephen's
The Fair
uml ia Street.
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
The Leading House for Carpets is
�����   _______
We are the large.     etall 1
is tremendous.      We have'ju
over
ament
'   ���.
ish a
.: tor the sami
Yesterday  was a day of great sad-
ness for our city.    She had to I
with   ber  sister   city  ol    Vani
the loss of fo o
had  been nity wl
terrible  swiftness  by   the
aster   which   occur
urban car 'in.   in the darki   -     f I
early   morning.    All   the   victl
this saddening oci
ly connected wl
this circui stance tbal
in.e of grief and a
serious mi ties I bia     The   McBride   Govi : .,;j,i:i  Northern   bonds
fallen  New  v Pi - ing l
il   power.    Th j
'        lin >  pretence  that  1
��� ' - Ilwi ���   Com       - i  ou'
��� the ] s il
I as and  be In
-   ;.    time.
than
And the Price
id    is   gullible. :'  "���������': ""  "  b
v.". II, thej  an   so n isonable '! il   i
est El -lish Will
Tapesti !��� s,  all   spi > laily  Beli cted   :
color.     Just give us a call and have
OTHERS   SEE   IT.
The   Present Cr s:s.
bereaved relai I
citizen v..
joins bis
with theirs in i
THE   QUESTION.
Th it Pi ' s arrangement with the C . . No then
railway is neil ss I
an election di ere o:n !>e no
possible doubt. It is ; u forth primarily as a means of securiro- thi return ie> powei for a further term of
the   Mcliride   G
come  before  the ]
animated  by  sii
depth of principle,    i   io> rais
������   ms  Issui   i ud the O:I
Issue, both ol lem-
ed to be i demag gic ap-
as sti | pii .-.-'  aes to ofl     .Now
���'.-  a  railway policy  as  a  bribe
��� rtain   coi sti   encies.     It   hopes
furl  ���     '  r  .  in  office
on   thi    strength  of that    policy.    Itj
���   ' what the effi ct may be
upon  the  future  of the  provim
..  as it is permitted to    cling
���   ���   ������ Ij    I ���-.    British   Co-
.  | ow ever, then   wi i ��� men in
the rest is inl com
method
by
��� Goven ment w-jio -���
which   Messrs   Mackenzii   ���  .      reputation   and    the    fir
and Mann maj   -- I      extens   i    >l   bi itj     I the province more bigl
of their system to I      Pacific coast. Ithai   '''   '     '-'; ;'- emoluments.���Vic
That i; is in meant fo
.  :     Til..-  S
benefit  and
of British Columbia there is n ��� sign
whatever.    In .  the indio      I -
are to the contrary.    It will not promote tbe development of any useful
extenl  er  m ������������   i ��� ml y;  It doe.
give thi o with the mining districts .: t of the country that Is so ba Uy needed
dm s nol gi        ......
tage in reg freighl  ral
such  provisions  as  then
���
1    j ment   of   Asiati     lal
paj ment of I are
usi less bei     ���     I I
: '    -i.i- ;l i'.i ai
How adi
ern can serve I      : . ol       elec
tion fake is revealed
in the V. innip      !'���
in  another colu nn.    Fro
see  thai   in   .'.'
made by Pn mii.   Robll
purposes in the direct! >n of a ���'���
tion in freighl rates fo .
the provincial Ions.    The reduc
ed rati remained in force exactly
five weeks, when It was again n I i d
and  has remained  at  that  figure to
Manitoba and C. N. R.  Rates.
A letter writ!  n l .-��� month by Pre-  powers, bas no powi i
Roblin in n gard to a resolution
.    as   <    -. .dian Northern
-.     rates passed at a meeting ol
Grain    Growers'    Ass    iatioi
I   tins, which '���>��� -  '������   '...-���'
ttention by Mr. D. W. M i
.       In    the    Grain Gro
This   letter   reads   in   part:
f thi i sign d, si
��� ��� d   b- ' '       pro\ Inci
and    the    Canadian    N while
lng  the otl   . In 1
ntlrely  to    diai
for    him  to   -     k ige b    Ind    i
evading bis    dutj i nfo eing  thai
contract.
If the creation of tl e Railway '
mission h; I tl      i ol ms ing I
Inding only on the provinci
and  not  1 in  ing the    Cam
Northern, as hi  prel nds, why did h
:       whi :i thi   leegis        n cn   ting 1
Commission waa I        ���   thi   Dominion
Parliament,   lift   up   his   voli
and make the welk i   ring, as
wont, with violent      Qguage
the Dominio'i Gov- -   men!  with
pling upon  Manitoba's  rights?      Th
reason he did not do so. was tb  -
knew perfectly    w< ll    now, that  the
Railway Commission, wide as an
to abrogati
provision of the contract betwei i.
province and the Canadian Nortl
by which, as the qui 1 pro quo foi  '
province's guar an tei lng the i
-   ern  bonds,  the Pi Gov-
ernin. nl     is  the
Roblin qho  -���     to prof ss
to re^ d lettei     'A    i Ipi -
.    ERFERES WITH TRAFFIC.
jl on   cf   Building   Materi.il   on
Bridge   Causes   Inconvenience.
uy   i
���  .   , ...  o have
Wi sti dnster
o    '���
'   I
rn up in si c-
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epai       T! -
oi  '
���   ; ' ���
. floor, and in s tanner 1
-   an   i: |   --1 illity   for    two
learns to -��� ss " 'uble.    As   i
i somi 1 n marks are
���    ���    . nagemenl   of
work.    Ti point on:   I
��� ��� .,..  is  no : ���.���   thi   In
should be a ;.   bi
.   ..   . ould be all
-   Ibuted  iv. er tin     oad araj   at  all,
..-���'��� ig      to thi
as   required.
Q  Furniture Emporium
t**M* Le;'s  Block. Columk , c	
ock, Columb a  Street,
XEW WESTMINSTER,
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Free P    ss
The   Okanagan
"I o   - .       ;.ou are aware that  ':
��� : - thi   Railway Commis-
..:    Canada was    passed,  -
��� nl   to the contract mad-   bel
the Ci nadian Northern and the Pro -
nce ol Manitoba, and th     I      statute
li -   that   all   man.
���   ery other thinu in   com
.   ,,:. ..,;,,,   ,..,���.. ....... thi n th    ���   are
- n declared to be for the gi
-fit   of   Canada,   a:-     -
o that Commi ssion."
Thus does Premier Roblin put him-
��� cord oni ���  more In a di -
lion   thai  the   "c ml ol  ol      ti s"   by
Govi rnmi ni    ol    Mai
the province bas paid T u   I
ig the    c ii tii -  i bility
ed in the guaranti ��� .-..     ;  over '-
of      Canadian    .No: I
-   Is a thing <>: naught.      (n b
er ia  the  Legislature   the  )Tear
������ last, in reply to Mr.  Mickle's
(l.-ii.and that the governmenl   should I
good  its "control of operation":
over the Canadian Northern, Mr. il    -
Manitoba are made the vk-'iiiis of
such electioneering dodges, we may
be quite sure the fruit growers and
farmers of British Columbia will not
be spared when they can be made
use of in a similar  way.
That this, bargain, or undertaking,
or agreement, or whatever it may be
which McBride has entered into with
Mr. Mann, is not fair and Bquare is
only too evident Thi re Is a greal
deal more in connection with this affair than has yet come to light Every
elector should ask himself, "if this
arrangement is of s'ich a nature that
two of the most capable and responsible ministers of .the governmenl
could not associate themselves with
it, is It one that I should givfc support to?"
WHAT HAVE THEY DONE?
lin sr-t up the pretence that "we can-
s  "i   not    control   a    Dominion   charti red
railway."
When, in March. 1901, he bro
before the Legislature for ratification
liis deal with the Canadian Northern,
Premier Roblin said: "A plank in
our parly platform was Government
Ownership���insofar as it was practical;!.- and desirable."     The quallflca-
The Conservatives claim that the
McBrlde Government has advanced
tbe   interests  of   tbe   province.     But
how has this administration dealt
with tbe natural resources of the
country? Has it conaCTved tb< se and
put them to the \,. -i possible uses?
Let us turn to the position of our timber lands and sec what they have
done with these. Th'- greater pan
of these most valuable resources have
been handed over to foreign capitalists. These men hold timber worth
millions of dollars which, if they had
been properly handled and utilized,
would have produced enough revenue to carry on the Government of Hu*
province for long years  to come.
In this same way vast tracts of the
best agricultural hinds have passed
into tlie hands ol alien capitalists,
who now hold them at exhorbltant
prices, and keep them out of the
reach of settlers. Yet British Columbia has to import some seven million dollars worth of farm produce
annually, all of which could be grown
and would be grown here if land for
settlement  were  available.
It ls the purpose of Alderman .lohnston to devote his efforts to securing
tion made hy the last nine words was
first heard of when he Uttered these
words in the Legislature. Continu-
Ing, he said that "in the bill before
the House we have all the practical
bi tie fits of Government Ownership,"
and further that "we have escaped
all the dangers of Governmenl Ownership and secured all that is practically beneficial and desirable."    .    .
Mr. Roblin, in announcing his deal
with the Canadian Northern, declared
that the "control of rates" on that
system gave the province also control
of rates on the c. p. r . as the ra'. -
fixed by the Provincial Government
on the Canadian Northern would hav,.
to be met by the C. P. R. Accordingly, when both railways, on the
completion of the Canadian Northern
line from Winnipeg to Port Arthur.
reduced tbe grain rates 2 cents per
LOO pounds, making it 12 cents on the
basis of Winnipeg, then- was much
born-blowing by the Roblin Government in celebration of thai reduction
as a triumph of its "control of rates."
There was no further reduction until
uly 10. 1906, four days before the provincial general elections, when the
announcement was made, with a prodigious electioneering clamor that the
government had commanded the ''n
nadian Northern to strike off :! cents
more, making the rate 10 cents. Mr.
Roblin then assured tbe people of
Manitoba that "there was no risk of
Feeling.
If the i-.-      ���  o    cn dit   I I
province for years  to .. and the
pering    of      other    development
o    led   quite as  bad  as  railway.-,   is
urday   Suns t puts it��� |
ince  ie.     .. _  . apt.  Tatli   .   and  F. J.
'. anl i ail ���'���  .    badly in
thi   Okanag i  and Slmiikam
ries, bul     e do nol  w_ml to cripj
to gel .   .
Now. none are ifu    f see
ing   . :.. ..ays  built p i
in but we do nol think if
should be done at the expei ��� o everj  oilier kind ol  -.   ������ We
���   nol      eked into a cornei and absolutely compelled to adopt an
menl   which   will   have   thi   effi ct  of
obliterating our credit.     There is .anothi :   way.
This province can subsidi/i- the
railways already subsidized by the
Dominion Government It can subsidize the t'anadian Northern and it
can get a subsidy from the Dominion
government for the asking. We
could easily pay the subsidy on this
line and not impair our credit to the
exclusion of all the other enterprises
which are crying aloud to the government for attention.
It has been the government's boast
that the financial affairs of this province in recent years lias been so managed that the province was nevei in
better shape. Yet now we are called
upon to abandon this position and
place ourselves in one ten times
worse than ever before. Why?
There can be no other answer 'ban
sooner than co-operate with Ottawa
to our distinct advantage we are billing to sacrifice everything. Is lhat
business? Why should we refuse
Dominion  aid  when   by  so  doing  we
Funeral   of  E.   E. Atkinson.
The  funeral  of  the   late   Edgai   E
Atkinson  took  ;     ���   yestei daj
noon at 2:30 I ri -iel- i   e
in Sapperton tee the Odd Fi 11
cemetery. The burial sei ��� lei '���'��� s
conducted by thi Ri ���, Bra ler assisted by the il- ���. Tboi ,; son. Tbe
pall-bearers were R. Chambers, G.
in, P. Powers Wm. Bonell, G.
Rhodes and F. Hume. Many beautiful flora, gil - ' ��� witness to the
!.jo    ��� .-��� In thi   late   Mr.
Atkinson was held in ;he community.
Among the flora:
or from Mr. i nd  M e   T.  W 1,
I Devoy,
Mrs. J. Flegei        I G Co ilson;
an emblem froi    C. O. F. Lodgi   No.
. E. J. Elmer, Mr.
and Mrs. H iusi . N      Ca Mrs.
and   Fred,    Mr.  and"    Mrs.   E.
lly,   Mr.   and   Mrs.
i .    irs.    R. 11   i-
R.   Bonell   ai Mr.  and
II.    Wel Bible
A. May.  Robert  Chan
Mr. ami Mrs. W. C. Chamberlain and
Mr. and Mrs. I ad y. The
ts were in chargi
.
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 1> and 24
months.
This is good residential property
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
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The   Roy I  C 'is
orarl .        vn  for
and repairs.    Tbe machinery is
.  Ing  its animal  ovei hauling and
n- w boilers ai I smokest      - are '��� ���
lng   installed.    The   old   boilers   are
now being removed     .\ new railway
is being built through the yard of the
Royal   City   mills    the   old  structure
having done service for a good many
years,  and   trafflce   now   being  much
Ina' ler than ever before.
Electric Railway S
t:
interurban   Line.
C;ty   Lme:   I
Cars   fi      V'ai cbuvi r   and
sta'.. :. i   ���-. 111  run e\
hour              5:50   a.  m.    Lasl
office on the
mes    ifter,
afti -
-     ���   11   p.   Ul.
Sapperton   L ne
Last car leavi a V ..-:    uver at
at   tl D   D   D   tl
11:30 p.m.
.
Cars  !e:.ve  the   depot   every
the  hour,  c< mn
a. m.
twenty minutes for both Sa,>
perton and city limits over the
city  line.
Sunday  service
tween s'','[ a m    i
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CARD   OF   THANKS.
V
tha:
kin
the'
S. John Shaw and family wish to
:   their   many   friends   foi   their
sympathy and floral offerings In
rei -ni  ��udden bereavement.
PERSONAL.
"ERNEST McD. S I L> K H O T T () M.
alias Clifford. Ernesl McD. Side-
bottom, who resided In or near Mcleod from 1901 to 1908, is wanted
for his advanti ge and earnestly
urged to writ, to his sister, Mary
I. Sldebottom, M Cliarlestown Road.
Glossop.  Derbyshire,  Kngland.''
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j
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FROM SOUP 10
the dinners    we Bervi
with   care  and   disci
exercise good Judgmi nt In buying, I.'
cooking, in laying viai
We bave no apology to l
place or  what   w.   supplj
sure vou  will    comn ���
; i i dine
methods   and
or sup at
prici b
KENNY'S
/39   COLUMBIA   STREET.
TRAM  OFFICE.
OPP.
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
Four lots corner of Fourth avenue
and Fourth street, will be sold singly or in block. These lots are all
cleared and orchard. Price for block
$4000, $1000 cash, balance to suit
purchaser.
MALE BROS. IH80AY
N0VEMBER 11, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE FIVE.
M^
GORDON'S
gig Dry Goods
!00S��
SPORTING NEWS
SHAMHOCKS MAY BASKtTIMLL ANO RUliM
BECOME AMATEURS      FOR COMING SATURDAY
usiness  Talk
Phone 176.
New Fabrics For Evening
Gowns.
Satins in buttercup, heliotrope, nile .green, cream, pale
Pric. per M,rd
75c
[diesse Cloth, ?ery handsome   in all   the   new sh
ard
real    Hockey    Organization   Vancouver   High   School   Will   Invade,
in   the   Inter-Provincial New   Westminster   With   Four
League.
$1.50
Nov.    10.���Pittsburg  ha ���
o ei its back on professional
" conl ract jumpei s will o&y e
nce this yeai  to iiii trom Can-
��� Smoky City und back. They
e    professional    hockej   at
in Pittsburg, thej  Bay.
i  will   be  In  the  game  this
ady a number of Mont-
i -  im.e-    been  approached
ie> play tin re.     Arl Lead
>   Icago, and others are likely
him.       Jimmy    Gardner,
...    ., i	
mai ..  e i
. eai
; and Allovers in .gold effect, very new.     Cream Laa
-..- them.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Do You Believe
nm cure Headaches with glasses? We sny mosl
itlcally yes if your headache Is not the resull of a dis-
��� ei Btomach,
Seventy-five   per   cent, of    headaches  are    caused  by  eyestrain.     These we guarantee to euro with suitable glasses to
the eyestrain.
will make no
the situation here
approach of the an-
agues falls to
iltua-
o��   the Wanderers
reach nl n good offer from
oday,     He has the offer un-
Idi ration  bui
ii    until
ap.      The
nual meetings of the le
i clearing of the local
tion.
Willi the Interprovlncial It appears
in'v, ii question of whether ui w clubs
will le. admitted, and there arc a number ol applications to be considered.
One of ilu- latesl rumors has it thai
the Shamrocks will abandon professional hockey, and apply for admission in the interprovlncial. Officials
oi the Shamrock A. A. A., however,
state thai n hile many In the association would favor such a Btep the m.'1''
I. i   has nol  been taken up.
Teams.
Tlie- Vancouver High School will
pay a friendly call on Columbian College on Saturdnj with iie. two Rugby
tenms and two basketball teams.
Two R.ugbj games wlll be played
al Queen's park iii the afternoon, a
preliminary match between the lu-
nlors ni 2 o'clock, and a league game
���,- n the senior teams at 3:30.
Columbia^ College will have to win
this game to stand a chance tor the
championship. Al present they have
won one and losi one. bul If thej
win the nexl two games, as they confidently expect, they will be tied with
the Rowing Club ror Qrsl place. The
lineup for Saturday's game bas nol
yel been definitely decided upon, bul
will probably be arrangi d today.
In the evening the basketball teams
will battle for supi emacy in the _. nv
nasium of the college, The juniors
will play ui s o'clock and the seniors
will come mi as Boon as the Brst game
is over. There i> keen rivalry between the basketball men and a hoi
game is promised. A special car for
the Vancouver enthusiasts will leave
the Terminal Cltj al 12:30 and Btart
from here at 10 p.m.
Politicians  know  their
business.
The public know their
business.
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Kit k, CARPETS OILCLOTHS UNDID*
fui*
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WE
know our business.
Honest dealing has
kept this the Leading
Furniture House In the
city for nearly a quarter
of a  century.
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Tiie Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer,  Undertaker '��� . -biY    i, "
��� or,.;,. ���, :.
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
Inion  Trusi   Bids.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, Ii. C.
FOOTBALL
Strong   Team   For   Rovers.
The Rovers football team of tbis
city will journey to Vancouver on Sat
unlay in meel the Thistles of Vancouver at Recreation park al 2
k. Although the exact lineup
of the team is nol 5 I certain, ll Is
understood that the Rovers have Ho
strongest bunch of playi rs thai has
yet represented them In anj of the
league fixtures. ll Is probable thai
Bruce, who met witli an accldenl al
��� - ��� Ice recently, will nol b able to
play, inn wiih thai exception the team
Is strong and oughl to be able to do
a little better than hold Its own with
the Thistli b.
Ladies Will Play.
Moody square wlll be deluged with
skirts, shrieks and all the oilier accessories attending a ladies' hockey
match on Saturday, when the ladies
of ihe Vancouver lliuh school will endeavor to wrest a game from the Atlanta Hockey Club of Iliis city. The
game is called at 2 o'clock.
Ferguson  Captain.
At a meeting of the Columbian ('"'-
lcfie basketball team yesterday, Harry Ferguson was chosen captain for
the coming season. Qeorge Brown
was chosen captain and George White
vtce-captaln of the Becond Rugby
team al a meeting held a few days
if a color Bcheme counts for
anything in the strenuous game the
college ought certainly to win out.
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses    \
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
AMERICANS MAY ADOPT
CANADIAN RUGBY RULES
Hueston Has Lead on Kling.
Kansas City, Mu., Nov. 1".���John
Kling, world's continuous pool champion, defended his title last nighl In
the (irsi night's play of an 800-ball
match with Thus. \. Hueston of St.
Louis. At the close of the play
Hueston had run 202 balls and Kling
ill. The mon are to pla> 202 balls
a nighl for toui nights consecutively.
^ xxtTE^araiM ra^��nr��*BBreigmmgij.vefc^
SPECIALS
Ask to see them.
The Dr. Special Waterproof Shoe
for Ladies.
The   Dr.   Jaegers'   Pure   Wool
House Slippers.
The Hercules Sole Waterproof
Shoes.
The Genuine Reindeer Mocassins.
WE HAVE THE SOLE  AGENCY FOR THE ABOVE LINES
AND IF YOU WANT SOM ETHING A LITTLE BETTER THAN
THE ORDINARY,
Sec that your next Footwear is from
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
The Royal Cafe
Sixth and Columbia Streets
Lunch  25c. Dinner 35c.
JOHN   CASH,   Prop.
Toronto, Nov. 10.���"It Is only a
mat er  ol   time  before  the  Canadian
game  wlll   becom    I  e  gan	
United  States.      If ll  doe    not,
hall lose our football altogi tin . "
This tribute to the Canadian -
of play In Rugbj football was paid hy
Arthur Irwin, ol basi ball fame. tii
is well know a hi re as a former man
ager of the Toronto Ball Club, this
year's scout for the New Voir Americans, and perhaps the most widely
expei lenced and s ice issful pennant-
winning manager In the game. Mr.
Irwin follows football In its season,
and is in Toronto for a day or two
while on the way from Syracuse to
Philadelphia.
"li  is the Interference,    whai you
people   here   cull   'offside   interference.'
that make American football so dangerous," he said. "Americans do not
understand how gains can be made
or how the game can be played satisfactorily withoul il. They scarcely
know that It is not allowed here."
"What do you think of the Canadian style?" he was asked.
"It is the only way. and we musl
adopt it or be prevented from playing. Your game is more open, and
kicking more Important. Thu agitations against the American game is
growing stronger, and the deaths that
have occurred arc having a big intlu-
ence wiih the people."
Substitute Gets His Quickly.
Albany, N. v.. Nov. 10.- Fighting
Dick Nelson of Brooklyn lasi nighl
knocked oul -link Curley of New
York in the fourth round of a scheduled fifteen round houi. Cui ley was
substituted for Cj Smith of Jen - ;
Ciiy. who injured himself iii training.
SINCLAIR
German   Champion   Beats   Frenchman.
Milwaukee.    Wis..   Nov.     10.���Hein-
rich Weber, champion wrestler of
Germany, defeated Carl Aberg, champion of France, in two straight falls
of a catch-as-catch-can houi last
night.
THE SHOE MAN
Holmes Block
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Marshall Wins First Chess Game.
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 10.���Frank J.
Marshall of Brooklyn defeated J. W.
Showalter of Georgetown, Ky., in the
first name of the flfteen-game match
for the chess championship of the
world  which began here yesterday.	
MARRIED.
STEWART-DOUGLAS ��� ON THE
10th Inst., by Rev. Dr. T. Wardlaw
Taylor; .lean, third daughter of Arthur Douglas, Esq., of Llstowell,
Ont.. to I). D. Stewart of Prince Rupert, ai th'' residence of T. A.
Muir.
FOK  FIRST  CLASS
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Japanese Employment Agents
Contracl ing and  all  kinds of li
supplied.
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13   BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next Cosmopolitan  Hotel.)
hor
FREDDIE  WELSH   IS OUT
AFTER BATTLING NELSON
THE CENTRAL GROCERY
NEAR COR. FIFTH AVE. ANU EIGHTH ST.
(Next   to   Central   Meat   Market.)
NEW  STORE. NEW GOODS.
ialtv.
r.   'Jams, Bacon, Cheese, Teas, Coffees a spec
* ine line of every description of GROCERIES.
DAVID ADAMS, Pro~p.
Phone 583.
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
New York, Nov. 10.���Freddie
Welsh, the boxer who a few days ago
was awarded a diamond belt by the
National Sporttng Club of London on
becoming the undisputed lightweight
champion of Kngland. will Btarl for
this country soon with the sole purpose of forcing Hauling Nelson Into
a fight for the world's championship,
according to advices from London.
Welsh has challenged Nelson repeatedly, but without recognition, ami-has
posted I66O0 as a forfeit on several
occasions. He now declares ihai II
Nelson does not flght he rl'l claim
the championship. Welsh Is well
known ln this country, where he appeared tn coast cities where bouts ;'"'
permitted He fought. Pack) -,'1'"
Farland a close 25-round draw at l'nH
Angeles a year ago. and later he had
all the better of Abe Attell ln a '���"'-
round bout.
Nobody Is going to take U'lllus
Britt's place in the managerial affections ol one Battling Nelson Irre pi
tive of what Stanley Ketchel, Britl I
other champion, may elect to do. Th<
death of Britt removes from the I"1'
gillstlc world the only man Net ofl
WOOld ��� ������ u a guide. His place
will not be filled. This is upon 'he
authority of Nelson hlmseir. It was
not an announcement based largely
upon an emotional moment while the
hard-headed Dane was grieving over
the 'intimely end of his friend, but
doe time enemy. The lightweight
champion had tt figured out to a nice-
cy after considering the case for a
few minutes.
It Pays
You
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Westminster Will Be in the Van!
FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT, and defeat the "wild and unconsidered"
railway policy of a part of  the late Conservative Government
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Why Did Tatlow Resign?
Because he could not stand for that "wild and
unconsidered'' railway policy.
Why Did Fulton Resign?
Because he realized to the full extent the iniquities of the "patchy, inadequate and specious"
railway policy.
Why Has Sir Charles Tupper, a Lifelong Conservative, Withdrawn His Support?
Because he can't endorse its railway policy.
Attend the Liberal Rally
at the Liberal Club Rooms
(Daily News Block) Totlight flf/ic/
VOTE FOR JOHNSTON
on November 25
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J. A. RUSSELL, K. C.
:��v*?4��-, ���-'�������** ������.
G. E. McCROSSAN.
AND THE  CANDIDATE.
H. E. WELLINGTON.
MCK HILL TOTAL
ONLY 600,000 CASES
WATER   NOTICE.
British Columbia Canners  Experience
Poor   Year,   But   Alaskans   Do
Well.
Notice is hereby given that an ap-
tlon will be madi  under Pan V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain
a license in the Westminster Division
of Westminster District.
(a). The name, address and occupation of the applicant is the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
iis head office at the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, and having a
capital of $2,500,01 0 divided into 2,-
500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all fully
paid up.
ih). The name of the lake, stream
or source is Suicide (-'reek, flowing
into the Nlcomen Slough in Dewdney
district, about three and one-half
miles easl of Dewdney Station on the
Canadian Pacific Railway.
Vancouver, Nov. 10,���While the ex-
act flegures for the British Columbia
salmon pack are not yet available, H
is understood that 600,000 cases will
probably be the maximum. The canneries are still packing a little fish.
but the results are noi as good as was
anticipated.
Although the record for the vear
of   the   big   run   in   British   Columbia     .(c)-    rhe    point    of    diversion   is
. 1 about eight miles up Suicide Creek
from the point  where Suicide Creek
is not as good as in Bonn- previous
years, still, on the other hand, the
Alaska and Puget sound packers have
had a  very successful season.
The total    Alaska    pack,    which is
now complete, is as follows.     Comparison   ie-   made  with   the   1908  edition of the Paciflc Fisherman:
Cases.
Grades��� 1909.
King       15,	
Red 1,620,000
"���      50,000
Pink       530,	
Chum    160, '
Intersects with the Canadian Pacific
Railway.
id). The quantity of water applied
for 55 cubic feet per second.
"I. The character of the proposed
works is the diversion of said creek
: by means of dam, ditch, flume, natural waterways, tunnels and pipes, and
the      establishment     in     connection
68,719
707,516
168,067
Totals
.2.405,000
The  Trade  Register  gives   the  "-
��� ef cann 1 I ���   at San Fran-
c;���!������. - son as follow.-; Alaska
j- n,   1.37,669   pases
73 10 bl la : Northern Alaska Salmon
Co., 179,713 cases 339] bbls; total
fron aeons canneries. 117,500  ,ijan  Pacjg
. 23,564     bbls :       grand
: .   1,882 cases, 34,285 bbls.
1908.
23 526
1 65l'l'"l tllf'rf'w'''1 ��t a water power plant for
the generation of electricity for mechanical, industrial and commercial
purposes and particularly in the operation ni motors, machinery, electric
lighting, the operation of tramways
and oilier works for which such lijilit���
head and power, are suitable and
available. The. premises on which
the watei- is to be used is a power
housi ie. bi constructed in Township
Twenty-one (21), Dewdney district,
about two miles north of the Cana-
Railway,     ll"ar   Suicide
2,619,019
total,
Cleek.
igi.   The  purposes  for  which  the
: water is  tO be     used    IS to generate
Starving  in  Arctic. ' '' Ctrlc   power,     light    and   heat   for
London,Nov. 10.���The adventuresot faction, llRli'inu. heaUng, manufac-
the c-ew ���f th- Dundas whaler Snow-, ",,lnf iind a" :""1 every Industrial
drop, which was lost In the ice of I��rn ��^r vopoaen to which It may be
Frobisher Bay in September last year | 'n>1'lea'.e .. ,      . . . ,
were described in fuller detail in de-l     ' ';   " "'V *ater '�� "�� be used for
���patches received at Plymouth. After    .^. " m ning    purposes describe
I the  place  where  the  water is  to  be
the loss of the ship the crew of nine,
with a number of KsVlmos. started In
a whale-boat to cross Hudson's Strait
for   Labrador.     They     were     driven
back by a gale and found themselves
destitute and starving.    They subsisted on such seal as they could shoot
on   the Ice, and  lived in  snow huts.
In .March there was a blizzard lasting
twenty days,  during  which they ate
B( aweed,   collected   ln   case   of   such
etiergency, and the flippers cut off
from  sealskins  and  boiled.    Captain
Btown.   who  is  sixty-two  years  old,
and   brought   Nansen   back  from  the
north, suffered severely. In the spring
Polar bears and deer were shot, and
on   these the  men   lived   until   their
rescue   by   Peary's   relief    ship    the
Jeanle.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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HE       DAILY NEWS
returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between
point of diversion and point of re-
eturn. The water will be returned to
the bed of Suicide Creek at or near
the said proposed powerhouse, the
difference In altitude being approximately six hundred feet.
Ij). Area of Crown land intended
to be occupied by the proposed works
will not exceed 90n acres inclusive of
lands to be submerged by reason of
storage of water.
(k). This notice was posted on
the 3rd day of November, llil)!), and
application will be made to the Commissioner on the 10th dav of December, 1909.
(1). Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,
none.
(m).   The part of   the   Memoran
dum of Association of' the Company.
which authorizes the proposi 1 apj llcation and works, reads as follows:
(3). The oi.jeers for which the
Company ts established and to whicn
objects the Company are restricted
are the acquisition of watei and watei power by records of unrecorded
water or by the purchase 01 water
n corda eei- vvater prhllegi b for.
���;; 1 Constructing, operating and maintaining electric works, power hous-
s. generating plan' and such other
appliances and conveniences as are
necessary and proper for the generating of electricity or electric power.
or any other form of developed power, and for transmitting the same to
be used by the company or by persons
or companies contracting with the
company therefor, as a motive power
for the operating of motors, machinery or electric lighting or other
works, or to be supplied by the company to consumers for heating or as
a motive power for propelling tramways, or for driving, hauling, lifting,
pumping, lighting, crushing, smelting,
drilling and milling or for any other
operations to Which it may be adapted
or to be used or supplied for In con.
nection with any other purposes for
which electricity or electric power
may be applied or required.
(g). For rendering water and
water power available for use. application and distribution by erecting
dams, increasing the head of water in
any existing body of water, or extending the area thereof, diverting the
waters of any stream, pond or lake
into any other channel or channels,
laying or erecting an.v line or flume,
pipe or weir constructing any raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel,
building, or other erection or work
which may be required in connection
with the Improvement and use nf the
said water and waterpower or by altering, renewing, extending, Improving, repairing or maintaining any
such   works, or any  part   thereof.
tin. The company applies for a license to store water. The place of
the proposed reservoir for storing 1 in-
said water is the land above the Bald
point of diversion, to constitute a
reservoir with an area of about eight
hundred acres to bj formed by the
utilization of the natural elevation of
the land and dams.
(o) The means by which it Is proposed to store the water is by the
erection of all required dams and the
conservation of the waters falling upon the" surrounding watershed.
(p). The area of the reservoir site
or sites at each foot In depth above
the outlet will be at zero ten acres,
and increasing at the rale of about
five acres for each foot in depth,
(q). It is proposed to acquire the
land���which may be held by private
owners���by purchase or if necessary
by expropriation.
(r).   The   acreage   feet     approximately intended to be Impounded will
be about 12.500 acre feet.
F. II. HOPE,
A. E. BECK,
Directors,
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary, Vancouver   BC
Vancouver Power Co., Ltd. Incorporate 1808.
S.S.
!SFER
743
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 Xew Westminster on following
day. Saturday, returning sani" evening.
Additional    trip    Monday    morning
I leaving New Westminster at .", a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston as
j business  warrants.
This BChedUle    subject    to  change
j without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply  to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
MAKE YOUR APHtAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
FRONT  STREET
Is the place to buy or sell new and
second-hand goods of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY JARS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
! Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tell you all we
have, but n<i matter what you want,
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HANDj STORE.
'olumbla St.      "Man on the Wheel."
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Fresh this week.
Roof of your house or
barn gone back cn you?
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Roofing,    No tronMe then
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Manutacturera and Deaiers in All Kma
| Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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|i la at the New West-
pi , ihe hour given in
a. ,,. tiour ol closing,
\tUf_ is ���: hour, as a rule, be-
ore the d< Bpatch.    AH  malls,
pej- oi tated, an despau.ii-
land r laily except Bunday.
only dispatched  ana   r��
Wvi l Sm ��� the G. N. R. South
pud c. P. R. malls, not Including
way Sapperton,    tT.iscr
illlj and 0 Iti im.
Ulectrlc
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at eleven  O'CIOCK
���Vancouver     via
Mails Despatched,
16:00 a.n. i i
lie previous |
S.N. It. Owl
8 a.m.���Vam hy<t and Victoria via
B. C, Electric railway.
first ('. P. R, east taking all points
put Including Langley and district.
Tlie mail   for   Abboisiord  aud   district, Claybum and district, Huntington and district, and Matsqui are dies-
��whed by way of Vancouver.
s a.m.���Blaine    and    Seattle,     ln-
cludlng al! v. S points east and souui;
and Hall'a Prairie, Pernrldge and Haz-
wmere, ob Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays,
AU Surrey malls are received from
'������'���.'���. ' ������ ��� -   Hull's  Prairiu,  Ha-
je.meri. ami Fernrtdge, which arrive on
j��� Port Guichon  train on  Tuesdayb
Unwdays and  Saturdays.
.   UiOO am -Vancouver, Victoria and
1 mitral Park, via U. C. Electric 1UU-
(i xci iii  Tut Bdaj l,  trla   B. C.
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 am.���Strawberry
by co trier (Tuesdaj an I Frldaj).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver an.l  Victoria,
via <l. N. R.
IOmiii to ll :00 a in.��� i.aiiii i. fori
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tue
day, Thursday nne! Saturday) Wood-
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce (Steves
ton despatched and received \i.i Van-
couver.)
i    8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. enst (first train)
|Sapperton,   Fraser  Mills  ami   Coqultlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Ann.
1:30 p.m.���Bast Burnaby, by courier,
2:30 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and    Seattle, m-
cludlng all U. S. points.
9:40   p.m.���Second   Midi   oast,   ana
lOefied mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
Deluding  TJ.   S.   A.   matter,   nnd   also
Frasrr Mills.
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to ;;,  waa hurt In
Noveml*     -
and  !
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oaKS  rcsidi        in   Vi
Now ...
Jurod In ad and ���     si   but
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P. i of W. N. i
ty of tin
u:     .     I'oovei j   ie- doubl ful       Get
1': ,-.   Ml   oil . .    .'Ill
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Vssistanl   Mai     i r ol    the
Columbia    i    i Railwa]
i ��� ���. nindc   tin    . Rlate
mom   .-iiiii ii ne.     .  . ii ui
"Al   ���' 03 this moi nil lotlvi
N'o. :.e i i, n the r. . . tri ml
nal w .ih a r. iv K. il.r cai loaded
with lumber for the tu �� ��� n foundry
ai Knnnimo i oad, l he oi dei�� I <x on
this ii am were to go ' _ to Cen
tral Park and wall until the pUo
gave clearance. Tbe train was in
chargi of Conductoi \\ Iggtn -. Motor
mnn McDonough and Bi aki iman 1!"
"Conductor Wlggln stnti i thai on
reaching the Iron woi ks '����� Itch ll I
was found thai an empty C P R
box cm occupied tin track, In order
in ch ur Uu- swiu-ii the loaded Hal cur
was uncoupled on the mam line, and
after lhe brakes had been tested and
the wheels blocked tho locomotive
shifted the empty car from the
switch, The cars were coupled io
r.i-iiu-v and the locomotive had pulled
thc paii aboul hall n cm l< ngth up
the :.i ade \\ hen the coupling between
the cars parted and the loaded car
Btarted down tin grade Wiggins
says lee- fell the Jei li when the coup
lini pn ted and al een. .��� ran dow n ' he
nark to pick up tin- block previous!]
used, which consisted "i a piece ol
cordwood He managed to throw 11
under the l.oi wheel ol tho rear truck
Imt ilu. wheel pa ii d over It. Braki
in.hi llurrows, who w.i. on i hi " '
car, npplled the brakes, bul Jumped
.iii. r in- had gone aboul too reet,
, judging thai he could nol hold II
When     Motorman     VIcDonotigh
L thi   Hat cul  had gol away In   foi
lowed   ii   down   the   track,   whistling
warning  i,,  the  pus
on .
ough      wllllnj     hands
dn to cxtri-
md  assii
Rush  to   Res. lii .
thi   o ash ol  Hi    colli-
i   uld b ��� In ai.'. fo   Bome
ind,    tl       rei Idents   ol
a toned  lo the spol    and
.   idayed  the magnttud
Men tore w lldlj al ' he
ti lined at the hugi tim
i ������ iin li fi 1.,.a men, bul
ii was mon than half an hour bi foi e
ibe ��ni u was ilono. one aftei another
gi\ lng place to new helpei s a - the]
ii 11 back exhausted. Bj thai time
.iii thai remained of fourteen Btrong
men lay side by sulo on board In "no
ol the station buildings, while nine
BufTerers laj In another,
The women from the neighboring
linusi's brought Btlmulants and rough
bandages and did all In Hun power
ie. i ase the pain of the Injured, until
the arrival of the Burgeons who were
telephoned  for  i i  both   Vancouver
and Now Westminster, Two Qrand-
view oars were rushed to tin scene
wiih old, and In one of these tli re
a ni lhe dead were convej ed to
\ ancouvei. I In lujui ed being bun led
io the general hospital.
The w oi k ol cleui ini; the 11 ack was
at once taken up, and there was bul
littli ilrl.iy to tin- traffic on the Une.
a gang of men was Immediately
i eisln'il in the Bcene from Hue. end,
ly from the oar slii'i's. comradi i
of the victims, and thej w< i. Bei al
work in remove the wreckage. The
heavy Bquare timbers were can led |u
one Bide and piled, the Buiullei lum
ber was destroyed bj Iin . a - also
were all the parts of thi dam igi d
c i which Arc would consume.
Burning  the  Wrcckncjc.
By 9 o'clock the lasl vestli i ��� of the
tragedy   save   for   a   pile    i ���
Btneared lumber,   had   been rem
from  the scene of  the dlsastei
huge  iin.  on   the  nortb  side ol   the
tn ��� k   had   been   lighted  and   In o   H
were  thrown  cushions,  Beal .  d  i
windows, railings and prai llctiTI;   ��� ���
my   particle of the i pllnten cl  wrei k,
Smaller Qres on the soutb Bide ol lhe
track cpnsumed whal little wrecka ���
bad been hurled ln that direcUon, and ,  --         ,,,���.,���     ������d
the mud on tbe side ol the road wu        Hie     , lue or    notorman     and
turned  over to  hide   tin   patche    ol   brakesman ol  the freighl  and motoi
���;:,isnaki'l k. I   G PS of curl    are held by the police _un11 after an
ous BlgbU rs stood ; m,i watching  investigation has been made Into the
the work but only  the sot and silenl   wreck.      Phe ,,r��vIne al  potic    .1
faces nt the workmen gave any  Indl Imaklng an examination reported mai
cation thai this was the scorn- ol the
I a n 11J   a:.  a
' i   Irani.
"The passengei   Irani lefl
- "T, i r terminal al -V 50 a.m
ti    aftei  th.- in Ight,     Tlie
tuiili   place tn ai   l ittki \ lew
��� ilnt   there Is   i   illghl  cui i
:: I. i,   w hich   would  prevenl
In-   Vm
i; min
i "in i,,n
Al    tills
hi the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ih, rn-'
lorman of the pnsBenger tram seelni
lln    ll:il   car   until   il    was   clone   Upon
Ids Irani"
The     i-nniiii
th" couplings of the cars wen- in pel
reel order and threw some doubl as
tn whether the i ars bad been coupled
ai  all.     The couplings were of the
pocket coupler style,
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
, ���-   o rawoerry    Hill, Tim-
'   '" ':.   Wostmlnsior,   by
����^ri" md Friday).
bii> iJ.ni.-j ast Burnaoy, by courier.
���;*' I'-'ii    B irquitlam, iiy courier.
I" '' ' inter months etose at
������� excepi Saturday)���Ladner. Fort
krv ?' We tham ^laml and BOO-
Sh *"y except Sunday; Woodward,
ifT! "   and baturday, via
___\TrUCe" lS:'-veston mall des-
veiled anH raoelved  v,a Vanc0Uver.)
Vanniiv.-r    and    1'iper
, n   ���- '!��� N. R. north.
Port u- r('""; !:'1"-   Nlpomekl,   and
Th,.," Clayton on Tue��day,
!������-��� Pl1day a'"1 Saturday; Tyn
^ on Tuesday and Friday
for CONRAD, CAKCHOS8, ATU.N.
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dally trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passengers, mall, express and
freight connect with Stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, man'alnlns
a thorough winter iervlr��.
For Information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Tr.ifflc Muna_j��r.
terrible disaster. Soon even Mm Idlj
curious tired of Beelng 11 ��� < ��� workmen
quietly finishing their gruesome task
and by 2 o'clock the Bcene was deserted,
Farther up the line al  Wesl   Bur
naiiy sidlni;. another group of work
men   was freeing  tim trucks of  the
i passenger car from the mass of heavy
wreckage that  siin chum to It, and ;
another Dre was built there.     About !
12:30 this work was flnlshed ami the
trucks, which  were practically  uninjured, wore taken to Vancouver,	
Anxious Groups. i create n sensation yesterday by run
AN ABORTIVE RUNAWAY.
Horse    Ent.mglrs    Itself    With    Lamp
Post   on   Columhia   Street.
A horse attaohed to a bread dellv-
ery wagon belonging to Bwaln's bak
ery  made nn Ineffectual  attempl   to
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
-IN���
THE       DAILY
,      and
Wu       |JJ11
Siilini;, via
GOTCH   PUTS   ITALIAN
WRESTLER   TO
NEWS
THE   MAT
"V^����� Friday.
Bon Ac-
lak. vi
p.m.
V tncouver and Burnaoy
C. Electric Railway. Bet-
Wort"    '"'tr:L mal1 1h despatchvd  to
Btain Vancouv^ at this  hour.
P-polnui  '     :'"'"'"' lnclu,lln.K a" u-
*8fir     :
.       ���'"Is 'I hi
^ing I,,,,'-:
Tire"'3 ft il and 8��uth'via G- N< *
g	
!er Mm"~HeC"n,i   C'   P-   R-   "a-U.   1''T'a
l��irlB��  i     i:,u mal1 takfis thp fo1
Port vt, ', �������:      Barnet
Chicago,    Nov.    10.-Frank Got^
champion wretUeT ol i
foatod (llovannl EUcevitcb ol    aly ��
,he    follsoim    last    night    in
straight falls, the Brst in lb m.
28 seconds, and the second in a min
utes JS secondn.
^^^^ catch-a***'10rC*n
in the city groups ol men lingered
around the carshops, eagerly waiting.
yet fearing to hoar the details of the
accldenl ami the names of the victims* Around the Columhia street
iit-pot. similar groups gathered, and
the management were Inundated with
enquiries as to relatives and friends
to which they were unable to give
answers, the dead for some time remaining  unknown. I
Manager McQuarrie Immediately on  ,!r,,("i nn(|
learning the   news,   burrled    to the  1|(,|   (,,.(,,,
scone and directed the ��'>ik uf relief,   nm,,.,,^,.,]
Assistant   General    Managei    !���'    H
Glover waa also there doing all 'i1'1
he could.     Constable  Wilkle ol   the
provincial police wen'  to render as
i siatance  to  the  police  .'rom   Vancou
j ver.
fn Vancouver the oflieces of the  B
j C.  E.  R. were similarly beseiged  and
when the bodies were taken to the on
dertakins;   rooms    o?    M'-ssr-i    Armstrong & Edwards   on    We
kveoue,    throngs   ol   relati        ���������n'i
frtr->nda ol    men  who we n or   mil
have he^-n on the car thronged to
doors to learn the cames.      The pro
vlncial  police,  and  Coroner  !>.-   Jeffs
aearcheil   the   hodlea   and   In   ill   t>nl
two caaea found union Ucfteti   .'���  '':'i'
Om *ne___*'a naraeq. The llst.a wete
This  is  the Latest Edison
Machine    With   the    New
Cygnet Horn
Come in and '.'.cm- our 10
nev :: ��� .. R >v Y tot
No\ emb< r, Here ai"e a
few dandies:
\.-    v Stripes oo
.,,,..,'        ��� .��� ���
V-      gl      '.    .    r      .     ���     -
 Ada Jones Civ
Gyps;   Mi
Ubei I
No
Tlio'.i'
liomaln
NO ' el
 Edgal   I    y.n
\..    o;    i,. .   n, ;,,..,   the  Bal
tie, Motl .i
w in Oakland and Choi u
J. H. TODD'S Big Music House
-.--��� ���'    '-' b\
IHIS "KOOTENAY"
RANGE
is known to ovoryono hut mo.
so
fMIL
i__^i
KIRK'S HARDWARE,"
shall want :i ran^o soon
must call and -yr^ thoin
IS only place
ew Wtteitetninttsf) B.C.
GAVE LIFE OF HUMAN      j Model Sign Works
FOR SAFETY OF HOUSES
i fforts  '.'   Bei
l mm Cavel
Inos '���" i
i hriB   to    RSBI ui"    HSI
fhrsstsned Build
.inr iintervened
('lie
i.ii
���.,11..;. Nov. B    The body ol   Mme
ivaller, the woman  who was '""
In ilu- I'.rw.i  cavi in in the Monl
811.N, SCENE   AND ORN AMF.N I AL
PAINTINU
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
TheO   P.  Young,  Prop.
nltiK nwny. ii was standing on ('"
lumbia streel neai the Posl Office,
when it became alarmed al some "f
the public Improvements there, and
made a boll across the Btreet It made
to remove the electric ligbl pole al
the itank of Commerce corner, bul
the pole beld Hrm and the rig stuck,
'i he borse, being somewhal handicap
ped hy the heavy weighi II was drag
glng, hIko stock. A crowd soon gnih
extricated the animal, bul
���   tli<-   rig     wiih     iioiiicwhal
lillil'li'   districl   lasl   Salnnlav,   WB8   lo
��� ji11 il today by the engineers who are
al wiuit securing lhe buildings ""
dermined by the onveln The body
was fuiiiiii beneath one of the undei
mined buildings, and ll showed thai
the Woman had lived some time aftei
she whii immured,
The authorities refused to allow
rescuers to make h iininiiir.ii search
tm the buried women, as the Bitten!
nf the caveln threatened surrounding
buildings,
ii
SALVATION   AP.MY   HBLPI
TO  PEOPLE  THE  WEST
Toronto, Nov, LO Lleul Col. T
Howell, secretary of Immigration In
the Canadian branch of the HMivniimi
Army,    wlll   on     Saturday   wllh   iiiii"
other officers, select from n large
number of iiiiiihIi applicants the ''"'
migrants who the army will tend oul
in Ontario and the Northw^nt nenl
spring Col Howell stated i"dnv
unit the plans contemplated some
I dun The officers conferred with
sir James Whltue> and the Ontario
colonization departmenl with _ vl^w
to   iniikliii;   in i iiiik,,iiii.|iIb  for  Hn-  &"'
ii<.mint of ih" Ontario oontlflgehl
The majority of them will go to the
r.ii ms and the new north lands
The Milwaukee"
Hi.. Pioneer Limited," 8t. Paul to
Chicago, "Blunt Line." Omaha to
Chicago, "South W*st Limited"
Kansa* City  to Chicago.
No  lialim  In   th�� SerVlOQ  on    nny
railroad in tin> worki <imt >.|uhi in
etjulpmetti thai o( thp Ohleago, mii-
WaUkee * Ht. Paul Wall wny Th'-v
own nml OpenttO llflr own nloppliii;
nnd iIImIiik Oars on nil Iholr trniiia and
Rive their patrons _tt etoellencs   or
BKivii-p not ohiflitmhio elsewhore,
II   B   HOWin, tl-nornl &_*__
nt Third Ht... oor   Ald��r  Po-Hand, Or.
T
New   York   Hors*   Show.
N'fw   York,   Nov.   10. Pairs   shown
before park vehlctoa were among the
most applauded of tbs evening's '���*���
nii"f. nt the national horse show Bl
Madison Square garden
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC SHAMSHIPS
BARNAF1DO  BOY
DIED   FROM   NEGLECT
Yon will find II lo .vour niivniitnse
ti hiiuiie" vmir lioiiklim ��l Mils offlca,
Whether von IiiIpihI to tl'Hvol oi Wttd'
UK  fo,   v'"it   fih'tlils.
PfOrn  M-mtroal  and Olieh^r
Lake   Kris   'i'i'"   Mfititipal,   Nov.   20
ErnpiPSS   of   Britain   finin   Rt.   John,
Dec. 3rd.
Kfir oilier di'��s and  parlliulnr^ mt-
'ftMorwl
noni
���acki ii
Lytto
p 'b-    'itt  Meadows,  Port Ham-
' Mission,     ehllll-
Tlii.   match   was  t��^~----   ctQtcb 	
Qotch won the firs. : tam^teiT voetetl outside and n��ny
and bar-arai hold.    Th ^ W(ma v      .
a flne ..xhlbition of    *res���_, :,n.t! ;iway, *m* _ r��w  bn*�� *wa with
srwt sis tkey nei **�� o.^m'1, ''���' :' "
band or hror.h^r. During tbe. after-
-  oa    -._    _m_m*_f�� Jury    viewed tM'
exmoiuon <"    - ...      ...>
i. champion e .
for  him.      Ir.
"ti. I.i 11
Hot Springs,  Agassi/,
bul the
strong for mm.     ��u *"���- -.���:  .    ri,e
.;���oh  pinned  bii    i
mat win,    a cros*   -
wrist  hold. j,   ,
Before the match \ .   ! .,.
.InilK" VV, H. jVlooie, Andrew Vanderbilt nnd the Fairmont farms '"r'
ried   off   the  bonoiR
in the International event tm lump
.-is, the in Mons received an enthu
siasttfl reception,    nnd    Lleul   0   "���
Wnlwvn of tbe l.lfe lliinids, who won
the red ribbon on The BlSOUlt, tfr
reived ns liiueh apldiiuse, If Uot more,
than the winner of the blue ribbon.
Lieut, I 8. Mnrtln of Ihe Seventh
Cavalry, one of the ernek regiments
of the United Stales unity.
���,,��� ���, mmn��r-a niTv vieweu ��������-i Thp hoard of managers of the Royal
S&'JTT'kUS was set for Columbian hosp.lnl .^*g��J
rhu '.(r^rnoon -ir 210 ^^   ,hp   ''''-P'l't   of   'i  dona.'on     oi
���lo ���.   - .-. ����������-.,    uemre uie ,..���  ---    ���_  chai-1'oueV^    Westminster    man  was  flB.fiO from Rev. Thos. OswalO, of the
- am, '''  J ��� SP��2<��s' Bridge, Nto ; whom (;ot,-h defeat ,;    0ntrTght In the wreck. William   Presbyterian chinch at Langley. The
excep, y , ��nJ all  noinU east; ���,���,.��� the ���������, olaon ; g^ , *on(lllctor who WM retarn-, Mdottht is made "f**^**^.
In the flrst pre V,���.,.;n.^n   .nx m Ch* passenger car to take his  teg ���f $R.<iu from the SharonJ1/^
Mal.~T~. Of Brooklyn  defea ,        ^ :. ,;-   rnn.   after    taking    the  lastjerlan .Iniivl. and $.  fiom the Lam,
e.4.       ����'"��� Received. of    Chicago    tm    ' ... ���  -���  Vancouver    on  tlie    Tuesdayjtef  Presbyterian  church.    A  gift  of
eluding\n'nBS��M ^    5fe��ttt*.  In-  cLiunpioniblp Int. ���   ���..,       \.^     h*V*�� marrW and leaves]$500  rrom  Geo.  D   Bryinnei- to    the
'Owl.'? ''���       3. POtaU, via G. N. R.   ,.���. seeond  prelimi '    ,    ^^fti and two children, la this city.liiullding fund of the city hospital Is
.,  .. of Scotland defeat'        ',,,',, 1    Four of the Injured m��lf were resl- also ju-knowledged.
am-- '��� mcouver and   Victoria  Chicago In two straJ*     '���" ���
Portage   la   Prairie.     N'o/    Pi     Af   j,|y  (/,
the   assizes   today   King   vs   Hodgp. I ���  gum*jm_
charged with criminal neglect, cans ����� ���*
ini; the death of Alfred Owens, a  Bar-; "   P.  R. Agent.
nardo boy. occupied 'he court all day. ��������� ���
The hoy froze his foot in February
and received only home treatment.
Gangrene developed and the hoy be>
came offensive from bolls which wohe
i,ui over bis erpire body, finally dy
Ine some weeks a Per a tkttAOt was
Called In Just b<ff.re bis fleatb. The
Ind. however, was up and wooo,-
until the last two days. The ease
goes to the Jury ln the morning
tm -
Reading Bores Paupers.
London, Nov. 10.���It. has been decided to discontinue reading aloud to
mnn paupers in the London workhouses, as It has been discovered *hat
It bores them exceedingly. The most
thrilling romances, the most baffling
tales of the adventures of detectives.
left the pauper listeners dull and Unless, so the professional readers, engaged for. a small weekly stipend,
lost their Johs. The woman inmates
of the workhouses, however, listen
eagerly to the readers, so they will
not be deprived of their pleasure.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  HI7
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In I/mdon, Kng-
iand, N*w fork, Chicago and Spokane,
V. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all pnrts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of >1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at S per cenl. por
annum (present rate).
Tr>tfV. Assets over $188,000,000.1)0.
��EW WESTMINSTER ���RANCH,   '
O. D. BRTMITOR, Manager.   <
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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.
City News
Alderman J. Carter Smitli is on a
easiness trip to Chiiliwack.
I Ial
dance will be held in the Eagles
[,  on   the   llth   inst.,   at     8   p.m.
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NMO-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.
���I
��� THE ���
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
Everybody   welcome. 2o!'-J
Miss Beatrice Levey, editor of Levey's magazine. Vancouver was a visitor in the city yesterday.
The New Westminster Orchestral
Society will give the second conceit
of its series in the Opera House on
Sunday evening next.
Repairing neatly done by D. F.
Quigley at Sinclair's shue store.
The flrst piles were driven yesterday for the foundation of the new repair shops of the B. C. E. It- on
Twelfth Street. The site was cleared
recently of the accumulted factory
waste by setting fire to it.
Xew Brussels and Axminster carpets at Denny & Galloway, house furnishers, 34 Sixth street.
The general monthly meeting of the
school board will be held this evening
[ at tlie board room. Sixth Street. The
business before the meeting is routine
I only,  no  new   matters  being  on   the
[ slate.
Order your  bulbs  for  Sprij^  flowers  now    from    Davies,  Greenhouse.
: telephone  B208. 251-tf
I Miss James. Hospital street, Sap-
.' perton, will entertain the True Blue
i order and their friends at the senii-
I monthly sewing circle this afternoon
fromL' to 5 p.m. Light refreshments
j will be served.
Dr.  J.  D.   Gamble,     optician,  is   at
|025 Columbia street. Room 13, every I
.Friday.
Another step was taken in the im-;
provement of Columbia street yester-
1 day when the flrst of the curbstones
' were set on the north side of tlie
street, at the corner of McNeely St.
As soon as all the curbing is set the
work of laying the cement and concrete will commence.
For first-ciass cut flowers and any
kin I of Floral work, telephone Davie.-'
Greenhouse, R208 ������
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,  Prop.
Exch
ange
Nice Cottage, central,
for large house.
List  your property  with
(V. N. NESBITT & SON
Phone 596
650 COLUMBIA  ST.
WesfminsterModern Business
School
In placing your training in our
hands you are Bure of thi   best that
PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANTS AND
TEACHERS OF EXPERIENCE can
give you and vou are ASSURED OF
THEIR ASSISTANCE in securing for
you the best positions you are able
to  till.
Knier now and be prepared to fill
a paying position early next you.
Our night school is very popular.
Address,
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing It Is unequaled.
Cleedansea  and  purifies.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
&
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD.
HEAD  OFFICE  23  LORNE   ST.
Board of Directors:
T. J. Trapp. President.
B.    Annandale.   First   Vice-
President.
J.   Jones.   Second   Vice-President.
II. Smith.       H.  Ryall,
. A. Lewis.      M. M. Nelems,
R. B. Walker, M. D.
Trustees:
Ion. H. McBrlde, Premier B.C.
eo. R. Ashwell. \V. S. Cellist, r
. .1. Hart Managing Director.
. L. Webber, Assistant Manager and Secretary.
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Get Your FURNACES AND PLUMBING
Fixed For the Coming Winter.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
I Trust Block, Pront St., New Westminster I
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A carload of    electrical machinery
passed through the city this week for
the Vancouver Power Company.    The
j machinery, which consists of    heavy
motors, will be unloaded at the junc-
j tion and conveyed by road to Coquit-
] lam lake, to be used in the construc-
, tion of the proposed new dam.      A
power  line  is   under  construction   to
the lake to carry the power necessan
to operate the machinery.
Chrysanthemums and carnations at
Tidy's    florist    store,    121 Columbia.
. Phone L1S4.
A gang of men working for He'
! Vancouver Power Cu. ari engaged i!'
stringing the heavy cables through
the river, which will cany the low
tension wires for the operation ol I ���
Chiiliwack car line. The tug Clive
has I.een chartered for tlle purpose,
ti _��� ther wiih _ large scow. The cables enter the river from eithei side
of the swim; span, thus avoiding Interference with its movements.
For pianos, organs, sewing machines, taining machines, sheet mu-
Ble and records go to -J. H. Todd's
music  liouse,  Columbia   street.
The steamer Transfer wllj hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharf
for Ladner, v\'estham Island and way
poitns, 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 the city In tlie evening. Trips will be made to Steves
ton as the business warrants.
The freight steamer Westham arrived in port yesterday with a consignment of general frieght for the
merchants of the city, from Vancouver. Among the freight was a quantity of rice from China for Chinese
merchants here transhipped from the
Oriental liners, iron from Kngland for
local hardware men, and liquors for
T. Freeman. The steamer Belfast
brought a cargo of Portland cement
from Victoria. A carload was broughi
for transhipment to Kelowna, another
for Mission and the remainder for
Gilley Bros, to be used In the construction of the Hassam paving on Co-,
lumbia   street.
Security���Thai is the factor in a
safety deposit vault. Ours aie absolutely perfeel in this regard. You
may go away and leave your valuable
papers In these vaults with the feeling of perfeel security, No injury
can come from tire, from floods, from
burglar or any other cause. isn't
it worth .something to you to have
that feeling of perfeel security? Dominion Trust Co., Ltd., T. R, Pearson, manager .New Westminster
branch.
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.
NOTICE.
To whom it may concern:
Take notice that In accordance with
authority granted by the Department
of Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu Island draw bridge at New Westminster, B. C, will be closed to boat
traffic for a period of about two
weeks, beginning November 15lh,
1909, for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO.,
C. E. FOWLER,
President.
LULU ISLAND
We have some very desirable lotsjin
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
THURSDAY, N0VE
" "li 1909.
aswns
UNDER THE GLOW OF THE EVENING LIGHTS A
COSTUME MUST BE CORRECT, FOR AT NO TIME
DO THE INCONGRUITIES BECOME SO MARKED.
WOMEN WHO ARE CRITICS ON THE MATTER OF
CLOTHES FOR EVENING WEAR COME TO THIS
STORE FOR THEIR APPARELING BECAUSE THEY
KNOW THAT WE EXCEL IN DRESSES AND ACCESSORIES    FOR    FORMAL   OCCASIONS.
At the beginning of this
Autumnal Season our stocks
are aglow with all manner
of beautiful, enchanting effects���reception dresses, exclusive dress fabrics and all
the little needs which mean
so much to a costume.
DESPITE THEIR
AND THEIR EXCLU
ED IN SUCH A TEM
THAT EVERY SENS
BEAUTY "SAYS BU
NEED RETOUCHING
SON. CHOOSE YOU
FROM THE MOST C
EVENING   WEAR    IN
DIFFERENTNESS, THEIR BEAUTY
SIVENESS OUR STOCKS ARE PRIC-
PTING, ECONOMICAL FASHION
E OF ECONOMY AS WELL AS
Y HERE." YOUR WARDROBE WILL
FOR THE COMING SOCIAL SEA-
R GOWN OR THE FABRICS FOR IT
OMPLETE   STOCK   OF   NEEDS   FOR
ALL   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Handsome
New Net
Waists
BE   THE   FIRST TO  WEAR
THE   NEW   THINGS.
Net Waists just arrived entirely new designs, handsome black net trimmed
with silk Insertion and jet
sal in pipings and lined with
silk, long tucked sleeves.
Price S7.75 and $9.50
White and ecru nets,
some (n all over embroidered nets, others with guipure trimmings, long tucked
or shirred sleeves lined
with silk throughout. Sizes
32 to 44. Prices $4.50, $5.50,
$6.50, $7.75 and  upwards.
ELEGANT ONE-PIECE
Evening Reception Gowns
APPROPRIATE   FOR   ALL    DRESSY
FUNCTIONS IN      NETS.      SILK.
MULL,   LINGERIE.
$9.75  to $29.75
White   china   silk  in dainty  Princess  Btyle, |
of tucked silk and Insertion.    Price   '--
White silk gown �� ith   front  and   Bleeves    of
lace, folds of the Bilk in bretellles   effeel   ovei
Price   	
White   Brussels   net lined on silk  with    In
lace:  others in ecru Point   d'Esprit,     tucked     Bklrt
With   full   flounce.     l'rice       i
Mull   gowns   in   White, blue, pink and hello, emi
in white; also white "broderie Anglalse."   Soi -
piece tucked; nei yokes, long sleeves finished with   poi
at   wrist.     Price        I ��� '
A Splendid Choice
White and Colored
Evening Dress Fabrics
NUN'S'   VEILING   in   pink,   sky.     pearl.    Grey.     Mauve,
Cream   and   While,   per yard 50c to 65c ���
DELAINE   in   Cream, per yard     50c to 65c
PLAIN   AND   FANCY LUSTRE, per yard  35c to 75c
ROXAND,   a   splendid   hard   finished   washable   material
per yard     50c to 60c
CREAM   CASHMERE, per yard 50c to $1.00
BLACK   PEAU   DE SOIE, "Bonnett's" and other reliable
makes;   every  yard  guaranteed; per yard ... $1.00 to $2.oo
BLACK   MOIRE   SILKS. A  new range just  to band, at
per yard    $1.00 to $1.75
MESSALINE SILKS in cream, white, rose, sky, pink, etc,
per  yard    .'.  ... $1.00
LIBERTY   SATINS in a full range of colors, per yd. 85c
COLO [ED SHAUTUNG 33 inches wide in shades of sky,
pearl, grey, cream, etc.  jeer yard    85c
HEAVY WHITE PONGEE, a splendid washing silk
and possessive extra wearing quality per yard   $1-00
STRIPED SURAH SILK WAISTINGS in 6-yard lengths
of striped mauve, grey and wisteria surah, and plaid surah
per yard         $1.50
JAPANESE SILKS. 27 inches wide in 80 shades, including all the new and popular colors so popular this season, per yard    50c
TWENTY-INCH CHINA SILKS in a complete color
range, per yard      25c
SPECIAL   MENTION   OF
SMART   STYLES   IN   ICE
WOOL   SCARFS,   SHAWLS.
ETC.,    ETC.
CREAM   SILK   SHA
In a variety of designs
and    small    sizes.      Prices
each $1.50 to $6.00
CREAM   SILK  FASCINATORS,     3-cornered
pretty fringed edgi b
Each 85c and $1.00
STUNNING SHOULDER
CAPES with half sleeves 'n
pretty two-toned wools
light, warm and prettj i;:
White, black and white pii
and white, blue and white,
Price $2 50 and $3.00
CREAM ICE Wool. FASCINATORS  in  dainty
ered  styles   .  $1. $130- ?-������
FINE     LISLE    Tli:.
AND SILK HOSIERY In "
ors of pink, blue. nr. y.
mauve, canary, nile. In P
lace or embroidery.   Pi;
Lisle.    35c,  to  $1,00  3  pair.
Silk.    $1.00 to $2.50 a pair.
SUEDE GLOVES in ,!;
and while, in ll! and 16 llU''
ton   lengths..    Prices.   $2.j0.
$2.75, $3.00 per pair.
SILK   GLOVES   In   '
of black, white, copenha
sky,   mauve,     pink,   otnao-
Price, pair ... $1.00 to $2.00
FINE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,   plain   hemstitched
others with luce and embroidered  edges.    Some    linei
cross   bars;   others  design
with floral corners.    Prices.
Each    20c to *.
r
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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