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ADDRESS ELECTORS
Aklerman Johnston to Open
ENTERTAINER       jHAS WA1 pRA|S[
EASILY WINS AUDIENCE
m at  Big  Rally
Campa'g
Tomorrow Evening.
.,���.,��� evening, In  the Liberal
To",n,r in     i s in the Daily News
flWKffiol   this  city   Will
ffttS campaign.
Candidate Will Speak.
At tomorrow's meeting Alderman
,, _,,n the si; ndard bearere of the
'flu in this ity, will for the first
��ts ctmpafc meet the elec-
"�� , ,. to faci and submit to them
ff ews upon the subjects which
������u- occupying the attention of
S, those who have the welfare of
to province al heart.
Alderman Johnston wlll devote par-
Hollar attention to the railway policy
Mon which the government is taking
Us stand, anel will compare it with
Jiu; wi,jri] John Oliver has promised
if placed in power to put into effect.
The candidate will also state his
views upon the enforcement of the
Health acts, and the necessity of
forcing Orientals to live up to the
standard.- oi white men���matters
npon which he feels very strongly
The meeting will commenc" ot
o'clock, and a  full   turn
Miss   Pauline   Johnson,   Supported   By
Miss   Munn,   Provides   Splendid
Entertainment.
FOR 1909 FAIR
ts ex-
    political
invited to attend.
ce at 8
lout of the
Liberals ol the city, as well as those
who. although nol describing themselves as Liberals, have joined John
Oliver in his flghl against the ruinous policy of the government, h
Meted. All ol whatsoevei
color, are cordlall, ^^^^^^^^
Is addition to tin candidate the meet
lng will be addressed by a number
of other well known citizens.
Meetings   Every   Night.
The org ni tion committees are
now bard ai voi k, and meetings ol
Qie workers ol the party are now be-
ing Ut lii nlj... All Liberals of the
Ult] the  interests  of   the
prOVil.ee |       -e l|||.       pU|t>        Ut       il'Mlt
are -.,.. n jti to turn    up at  these
... li ii,I   their  aid   to   the
oil..:.;.-
Aid. Johns! now    that hia cam-
)e_s_l opened, will be kepi
the day of the electa ei..\   of  the   coming
wek he �� peak    al   Sapperton
thl).? mi Tm lay  he  will   take  the
opportm addressing    the oie<-
ton '   End al   st   Barna-
i.e-           li is probable    that  ar-
:o also be made for the
��� al Liberal rally in the
Opera Ho.      i    e time In the course
John n Liberal leader, bus
now campaign In the
upper . Yesterday evening
be : doops, where he received a i lid welcome. This
evening hi address the electors
K Xelson
Reports Are Encouraging.
Reports trom all over the province
W becoming more and more encour-
asini:. Word from the Kootenaya is
rathe effect that the electors of that
Won iei ee,. country, despite the
'���� that thej have recently been
wing the governmenl railway pol-
WJ from the august  lips of Premier
(Continued on Page Three).
HBI.il SESSION
til COUNTY COURT
Miss Pauline Johnson, the Mohawk
author-entertainer, pleased a large
audience in St. George's hall last
evening at a concert given under the
auspices of the Athletic Association
of Columbian College. Miss John
son gave many ot ber old standard
Indian recitations Including The Legend of the Qu'appelle Valley, the Le
gend of the White Pilot, and qjthera.
A new poem by Miss Johnson, Dee
Riders of the Plains, dedicated to
the Royal Northwest Mounted Police,
won great applause from the audience, and one or two monologues In
which she whimsically describes some
experiences in different pans of the
world as an entertainer were Bplen-
dld. Indeed, it was evident that this
part of the program was the most
appreciated by the audience.
In her tragic poems of Indian adventure and horror, Miss Johnson was
sometimes a little loud and not always convincing, but ln spite of slight
defects, she cemented many old
friendships and contracted not a few
new ones in New Westminster last
night.
Miss Johnson   was ably  assisted in
her entertainment by Miss Munn. who
sang   "Colin   liliu."     "My   Aln   Polk.
and   several  other    Scotch   songs,  to
the great delight of her hearers.
W. J. Rutherford States the
Live Stock Exhibits Were
Best He Has Seen Here.
IMPORTS
INCREASE RAPIDLY
OWNS UF TO THEFT
FROM DRUNKEN MAN
Fr. ser River Mills Work Up
Growing Trade With Australia and South America.
PRICE Of COTTON
CAUSES DISTRESS
Many Mills in Montreal Will
Be Compelled to Run on
Half Time.
Few   C
ases    Tor    Trial    Before    His
Honor Judgt   Howay���Applications  Heard.
Only mx co
'le" county
were on the docket
November session of
oun  which opened y��'s-
j*%.and 0| these only two will be
��� '    ;" ,llls sitting, the remainder
'";���     ajourned    until    later
Sp,��� ,     Tw��  others   were   reported
i;<;;;;;  - court,   a number of
Judge ii
In the
order f,���
li;i\|...
courts.
A numbei
ere beard by llis Honor
lowa. in chambers,
case ei Cowie vs. White, an
fcioin""', ]udemen�� was made for
mad. ii costa *'"'"��� Mr. Ladner
and || T ;,|'|,l'':l|i"n for the plaintiff
k-'endJit    dmonds appeared for the
In i ',,'*..u's Fraser, an application
I     Am"'s Fraser
Jiidtn I,  Kennedy    for sale of land,
tag.,!,,    ';" ,"'"(1 ,hllt "Pon the fll
be ���   "" affidavit
. Si von
as to value, order
children" in--ng -the ln,P1'l'8t of the
mi administrator, and to
money  to  be   paid  into
____. ���'���
court ti...money  io  be   Pa
The   ',, ','' a further order.
"Pat il"""wi"k oaBes were brought
vJllp('f"��'> session:
ning & Plumbing Co.
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ffi    R,1l|y to the Flag.
dmV'V,1""'1'11 sh0,ll(1 do hie
' ;";' call al the committee
I'Ooinj.  ( ���  -�����  *���'��*.- i-vuiuunci:
In in' " "'n(l01' all assistance
Hon "Power toward the abolt-
rtver i,-,. "s ��" the Praser
"sumotlnn6, ,and aR'Unst the
146,000 oon ', a llabllUy of
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Kiln. ���       ".' L"*"        liSO.UtlU
lDg "'"�� I" UrltUh Colum-
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Montreal. Nov '.'.���Seven thousand
workers In Montreal and district will
Buffer an Immediate effect from the
unprecedented advance In the price
of raw cotton. The condition ol the
cotton market Is such that the Dominion Textile company's mills will
run on short time nexl week and the
wages of employees will be cut down
by about one-fifth. There will be a
curtailment of from 20 to 25 per
cent in the preseni working hours of
the factories, which Will mean a induction of more than ll boms In
every six days. The mills affected
will be those In Montreal, Magog and
Montmorency.
No cotton whatever is al preseni
being purchased by the local companies. The present prices Of raw
cotton practically eclipse any figure
quoted at this season of the year.
Raw cotton is being sold today at 15
cents a pound in New York, as against
il cents last March. Almost every
day rec< i.tly an advance has been registered Goods being delivered now
nnd up  to  Dec.  1. the Montreal  otll-
(Continued  on   Hag.-   Six).
Lights  on   Vessels.
During the past few months night
traffic on the river has not been very
safe owing to numbers of the boats
not carrying lights as required by
law. The matter was taken up recently by the secretary of the board
of trade, who went Into it with Harbormaster Shiles. The dangerous
practice must be discontinued from
now   on.   as   Mr.   Shiles   has   decided
thai  he will vlgorouslj  prosecute all
offenders.
LIN& FROM   BLAINE.      .
Nooksack Valley Traction Co. Will
Connect With B. C. E. R.
Word has been received 111 ibis city
from Blaine to the effeel that the
Nooksack Valley Traction Company,
which proposes building a Une rrom
Bellingham to the boundary toe to
connect with the British Columbia
Electric Railway to Vancouver has
completed the financial arrangements
and expects to push forward the wom
of construction without delay, and
have the line iu operation some time
next summer.
Manager Keary, of the provincial
fair, is In receipt of a lengthy letter
from vv. j. Rutherford, deputy commissioner of agriculture for Saskatchewan, giving warm praise to the
last fair held here. He says in part:
Delighted  With  Stock.
"I was more than delighted with
the Btnoothness, with which everything in connection with the work
that 1 had to do, was conducted. Everything was ready on time. The
exhibitors, almost without exception,
were courteous and appreciative.
"The quality of the exhibition was
superior to anything I have seen in
the three years I have beon at New
Westminster. If It keeps on improving as it no doubt will, your exhibit
of livestock will be one Of the best
in the country. Both light and heavy
horses had some excellent animals in
nearly all classes." I
Mr. Rutherford    thinks    that some.
improvement might be    made in the
layout of the grounds.     He says:
Suggests  Improvements.
"I should move the horse ring from
where it now is up to the square between your executive office building
and the stables, and make a fairly
smooth track around on the inside of
the fence, or build a good 20-foot
roadway from one end to tlie other.
As ii is, It is hidden away behind the
building and the people have 'o bunt
for it. besides it is so far away from
the barns, thai ii takes a good deal
of time leading the horses to and
from it."
Contrary to the mayor's expectations, he did not suggesl any alterations in the arrangement of the class*
es of horses, but Mr. Kearj expects
io bear from him again on the subject. Mr. Rutherford was judge of
the horses here al thi last provincial
:' Ir.
A large trade in British Columbia
lumber is being worked up between
New Westminster and the ports of
Australia by the management of the
Fraser River Mills.
Carry   Big   Cargoes.
At the commencement a small consignment of lumber was carried by
the steamers of the Australian mail
line. These shipments gradually increased until lately one of the vessels of this line carried over a million feet. But an element of even
greater importance has been introduced into the shipping of this port,
the shipments by tramp steamers. A
few tramp steamers arrived during
the latter part of this summer and
took cargoes of from one to two million feet of lumber according to their
size, for Australian and South American ports. Last month three or
four tramp steamers loaded for various parts of the world at the Fraser
River Mills, the last of which is due
to sail today.
The outlook for December shows a
still further increase in the trade, and
already three of the largest vessels
that have come up the river are under contract to take cargoes here, all
for Australia, and none carrying less
than two million feet, while one at
least will load nearly half as much
again. The latter is the steamer
Sandow, chartered to load for Adelaide. Victoria, Australia. The date
of her arrival in the Fraser is as yet
uncertain, but she is expected early
in December. The other vessels so
far chartered will load for Port Pirle
and Melbourne respectively.
Camphill   Leaves   Today.
The Camphill, a large tramp steamer which has been at the Fraser River Mills for some weeks, will leave
port today for Sydney. Australia. Thi
Camphill carries the largest shipment
of lumber that has yet loft this port
1',; ,e    feet,   and   will   demonstrate
to tbe slapping world that tho Fraser
is absolutely safe tor vessels of her
.. i 188.
On   Discovery of  Stolen   Bills  in   His
Shack ths- Norwegian  Held   By
Police   Confesses.
W. B. Johnston and his brother.
George Johnston, accompanied
Messrs. Savage and Ferguson of
Montreal on a shooting trip to Sumas on Monday. They will be gone
for a week or more.
Japanese   Diet  to  Convene.
Tokio. Nov. 9.���II wns officially announced today that  the Japanese imperial  diet     would    be    convened  at
Tokio on  December Ll".
Trainmen Die In Wreck.
Knoxville, Tenn.. Nov. 9.���Three
trainmen were killed and four injured when the Cincinnati-Florida
limited on the Louisville &. Nashville
railroad, was wrecked In a headon
collision with a freight train at Leln-
erts, early today.
Washington, Nov. 9.���President
Taft wired congratulations to King
Edward on  his sixty-eighth birthday.
First Big Liberal Rally Tomorrow
Evening at 8 P. M.
IN  THR
Liberal Club Rooms
s
DAILY NEWS BLOCK
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VV
to
SUBJECTS���"Exploding   of    the    Railway    Policy."
oils on the  Westminster Bridge."     "Payment of Fair
IgeB to White Men."      "Legislation to Force Orientals
Live as White    Men."
sp
The   Candidate, Aid. Johnston, and other well known
eakers  will  address the meeting.
Illl
SAPPERTON���,\hi. .lohnston will speak al Bappi
Monday. November IBth.
rton
ill
WEST  END���Aid. .lohnston will address the ele<
Bt  Barnabas'  Hall on Tuesday, November 16th.
���tors
vs. Kwong Man Tal and }*?���W*Y
Kdmons for plaintiff, Corbould foi
Brymner.     December ��>uU- .
Kinney   vs.   Carleton.       ��        >
plaintiff     Edmonds    for      deiendat.t.
Next court. HopbuCk      Cor-
Hatakeyama   vs.   Bo�� duck.
bould  for  plaintiff. Edmonds for attendant.     Day tob�� *����� M(5Donald.
Furrey    vs.   Barm t    �� �� .
Harvey for plaintiff,   Abb0" for ��*
fendant.     Struck out, no count,. 1
ing present. w   ]u.\i.
Alberta Lumber   ( o.    ,,���.,.'���. de-
Bird for plaintiff,  YVallbndgo fo.
fendant.     Settled. T t()    jjc-
Johnston vs. W. J. K?{A;lteBjde for
Quarrle for plai nti IT.    u(/ ' i
defendant.      Day to be am.
Carleson et al. *. DougjU.
for   plaintiff, defendanl    tt   I
Adjourned generally, ,     for
���   LyR,    vs.    DeVay.   M g Spt.
plaintiff, Kennedy fcr dpfcndant.
tied.
Hypnotists Attempt to Recall
Spirit to Lifeless Corpse
Somervllle, N. J., Nov. 9.���Robert
Simpson, a young man of Newark,
was hypnotized before a large audience In the theatre here last night by
Professor Arthur Everton, a professional hypnotist, and today Simpson
was pronounced dead by the staff ol
doctors of the Somerset hospital. After being placed iu a cataleptic state,
the youth did not regain consciousness.
Professor Everton was arrested hut
was released In the custody of two
police officers, who accompanied hlm
to the hospital where he remained all
night In vain effort to restore life to
hie subject.
Simpson had been employed by the
hypnotist as a professional subject
for a little more than a week and
when the performance which was the
first in this place, began last night,
he seemed ln normal health. Overton passed his hands over Simpson's
face a number of times while th(>
young man wins lying on the floor and
soon Simpson's body became rigid.
Everton then raised and placed it between two chalra so that the neck
rested on   the buck pf   one of   the
chairs and the ankles on the back of
the other.
The hypnotist then stood upon the
j rigid body of    his    subject  and  per-
| formed other feats to show that Simpson was    ln a   complete    cataleptic
coma.
When Everton had bowed his acknowledgements of the large audience's applause, he stood the rigid
body erect, leaning It against a back
wall and then sought to bring consciousness to the subject. The audience soon realized that Everton had
become highly excited when his first
efforts failed. Simpson was carried
behind the scenes and doctors called,
but lt was useless the doctors saying
that Simpson had died while cataleptic.
Prof. Everton is under arrest and
ln a state of collapse today. The authorities have granted Everton permission to call In another professional hypnotist from Newark to make a
last effort to revive Simpson. A
third hypnotist was summoned from
New York by the theatre management and he also wlll attempt to[
arouse the victim.
Charged with the theft of sixty dollars from a man at the Depot hotel,
the Norwegian arrested yesterday by
the city police made a confession to
Chief Macintosh.
The prisoner is charged with having taken three |2t> bills on November 4 from a drunken man. This he
strenuously denied for a time, after
being warned that anything he might
say would be used against him at his
trial. Detective Bradshaw went to
a shack where the accused had been
staying at the time of the theft and
there found two bills of the denominations stolen, and the ownership of
which the owner of the shack denied.
Confronted with these bills, the Norwegian confessed to the theft, adding
that he had spent $15 out of the remaining bill. He then asked that the
case be dealt with by the police magistrate.
A constable who had been sent out
to the country to obtain the necessary witnesses was recalled by the
chief, after the confession had been
made.
NO PAINS SPARED
ON BX.E.R. EXTENSION
Killed By Electric Shock.
Montreal, Nov. 9.���Elzear    Bernier
and Louis Cadieux were killed by an
electric shock while connecting wires
at  Chambly  today.
LITRE COURTESY
TO THE ROYAL CITY
Line to Chiiliwack Will Be
One of the Best Constructed in Canada.
The length of the new British Columbia Electric Railway line to Chiiliwack will be sixty-four and a half
miles and will be bedded on a grade
the like of which no railroad ln Western Canada lias ever had in its fmi-
tial state. The subgrade has bee��
completed over two-thirds of the entire road under the supervision ol
the contractors, Messrs. Ironsides.,
Rannie &. Campbell, rhe Puget Sound
Portage Dredging Co., and Palmer
Bros., who have three hundred eanl
fifty men at work.
At the rate of one mile per day the
rails, which are seventy-pound steel.
have been laid to Langley Prairie
by  a crew  of one hundred and fifty
Board of J rade May Protest
High-Handed Action of
Harbor Committee.
Secretary Wade of the board
trade, seen yesierday regardin
receni developments In connection
with the foiniation of the proposed
Vancouver harbor commission, stated
that no Invitation had been Bent
either to the New Westminster council or to the board of trade, asking
them to take pan in the discussion
ol this Important matter.
No   Explanation   Offered,
Why New Westminster was lefl
nut in the cold on a project which
takes in the municipalities of North
Vancouver, Burnaby, South Vancouver and Point Grey, and deals directly with the North Arm of the Fraser
river, is not explained.
"The neglect of the claims of Westminster in this matter is more or less
of a direct insult to this city." said
Mr. Wade.
He thought that the gentlemen who
are manipulating the proposition
might at least have notified the Royal
City of the promotion of a scheme
which directly Involves what has, up
to the present, been considered an integral part of the harbor of New
Westminster. However, the committee appointe d by the different municipalities represented, to act in the
matter, have not as yet made any
considerable progress, and as the
board of trade has had the matter under consideration for some time, a
report of their attitude on the question will doubtless be forthcoming in
due course.
Citizens  Will   Move.
That the city will take some action
in a move which so vitally Interests
it, is certain, as there is considerable
indignation among the citizens about
the action of their neighbors.
men. To carry out the work of construction three work trains are kept
in constant attendance, drawing ballast, poles and rails, while the company is ever increasing its working
crew with the idea of rushing the
work through and facilitating its completion in as short a time as possible.
No grade on the entire road will he
greater than two and five-tenths per
cent.
Power and Operation.
The power to operate the line will
be supplied by the station at Lake
Buntzen, coming over the higji tension lines in its full voltage, to be
reduced to operating voltage by the
five substations located at Chiiliwack,
Sumas Mountain, Clayburn, ML Lehman and Cloverdale. The reduction
stations will be reinforced concrete
structures and will each represent to
the company for tbe buildings alone
an expenditure ot $_!".,uou to $115,000.
while the machines therein will be
300 to 600 kilowatt power. The system will be operated on standard
time. The rolling stock will consist
of a combination train, including
freight, baggage, express and passenger cars. These cars will be oper-
the | ated under the multiple unit system
and coupled by the A. M. M. type of
air and the Junction N>x electrical
connection and will run joinily under
���pne motorman, at the same time each
car propelling itself. The new controller differs from that in us.-, at
present by being only aboul a foot
square but having about three tho*
sand connections with the group
switch. The type is manufactured
by the Westingliouse Electrical Company.
Freight   Service.
For freight transportation the company has purchased three fifty-ton
motor locomotives manufactured by
the Dick Ker Electric Co. of Edinburgh, Scotland. One of these motors is in use at present having arrived about a week ago, and is giving
perfect satisfaction. The company
has spared no expense in equipping
the line with the most modern niar
chinery and the management is to be
congratulated on the businesslike
manner in which it bas taken hold ol
the work which through the untiring
efforts of the local office, is being
pushed to a speedy conclusion.
of
THE EBURNE LINE.
New   Extension   of   B.   C.   E.   R.   Will
Open for Traffic on  Monday.
The new branch of the B. C. Electric Railway between this city and
Eburne at the mouth Ol the North
Arm of the river, will be opened for
traffic on Monday, when cars will
leave the Granville street station and
the local depot at 7 a.m., and every
hour thereafter.
The car leaving New Westminstei
will at Eburne cross the car going to
Steveston, thus giving a direct service to the fishing town and the
mouth of the river. The fares on
the new line have been fixed at 45c
single, 80c return to Vancouver; 50c
single, 85c return to Steveston; and
25c between this city and Eburne.
The through trip will be made under
the hour.
The Eburne line waa built by the
C. P. R. as was the line between
Vancouver and S'eveston, and later
turned over to the B. C. E. R. company. It was expected that lt would
be open for traffic in September, but
difficulties of construction caused a
delay.
F. C. Meyers, local agent of the
Great Northern, was yesterday notified of a change In the plans of the
railway company, as a consequence of
which he wlll not take charge of the
depot at Vancouver as at first Intended, but will be transferred elsewhere on the company's lines. The
change will not now take place for
some two weeks.
DOWAGER EMPRESS' BOOK
ON WAY TO ROYAL TOMBS
Diplomats  at   Peking   Disagree  as t��
Hour for Attending Final Rites
for  Late   Ruler.
Peking, Nov. 9,���The cortege accompanying the body of the late
Dowager Empress of China on Ha
eighty-mile journey to the eastern
tombs, left the Forbidden City early
this morning and passed outside ot
Peking. The route along which the
procession  will   travel  is thronged.
A holiday in memory of the Dowager Empress is being observed. The
new Imperial Guards escorted tbe foreign diplomats who participated in
the procession for a distance ot 5(HI
yards. The members of the diplomatic corps signalized the exit of tlie
late ruler by a division of the vole
taken with regard to the time that
the corps should attend the final ritca,
some of the diplomats declining to lie
present at 5 a.m., but agreeing on V
o'clock. Owing to confusion in the
arrangements, the legation guards
with the exception of the officers, did
not witness or participate in the cern-
monies.
Liberal Committee Rooms.
Alderman J. J. Johnston's
committee rooms are established at the Dally News block,
opposite the Carnegie Library.
Telephone No. 605.
Committees meet every evening at  8 o'clock.
The Liberal party desire*
that every one opposed to the
"wild and unconsidered" railway policy of the government
will rally round and make the
rooms their headquarters.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
wednesoa
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
ITa man had gold de   ar, to ��     -    Hfty cent, and did not let th�� peop^ know anything about IL ta would Mt
Mngof tta .= .-. ..:. trffer then   n return for th�� -  money.      Too man) of .. rave got the habit of thinking
waret
the Deo.le what you have to sell, why they ,hou d    purcta.-e   fro���
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ROOMS TO   RENT.
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AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
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PROFESSIONAL
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street,     irner of Proeraa
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ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
THE     PKABSefN . ���...:. CO..
lealers    ::.     electrical    macbln
Bxtnrea aa : snj plJes. boose      nni
arma-.urt   wiring        Mor r<
etc      Bank cf O i merce
'phone 321   P. O. Boi S2S.
: ��� .'.' TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
: ~~i to advan s money to any
amount  ca    c tj     property  or   for
Idice purposes? Apply D-. A.  D.
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MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAs.
GEORGE E- MARTIN. BARRISTER
S   Icitor.     ���; .::��� lion   Mock    I   -
. I     ~.nd    Mc-Keczi*   St=..  N*w
Westudnster. B. C.
TAILORS
PRINTERS.
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CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
R.  T. PRINCE.    AUDITOR AND AC-, BENSON *:   AYL.NG.  FISH.  FRUIT,
Audits m           Systems       , .           s. etc       .-..    - ='..
' .-   ��� ���      ���  ���- Hall S fi       ���' ' |    '���'������' '	
Room  9,  Westminster    Trust   ^-^
_���    WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR BVEKY
McKay, manufacturer and imponer ,    kind o. job ; r:r.'.ir.-:       Midget I
.  rs;    ' nrie :.  Papers.
Phone    55,    P. O.    Bo*  H2      OW
Dail]   News  B!<x'-:.  Sii-^ BtH   I
GALVIN. LADIES'   ���-.
loring.     a new
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lock     Bntraneea 6
and ttA Clarkson s:
s'ol- Sal n guaranteed.
street    New  W<estn Insl  i
WOODWORK  '. :
P.  O.   Bo.v
FURN TURE
CHIMNEY    :-o:
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'|W.   E.   FALES.   THE   FURNITURE
"ANETT   AUDI' Dealei   D]      sterer and Under    ter
Tel. ii !-���     R      . ' rner Agn 5 and McKenzie streets.
���stminster Trust Block. Phone 176. night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING   4   DECORATING.
30N,   WALL   PAPER.   ROOM
SI   .. ..ro- - ;  Sai Itas;
.-.    painting - '   ning,  paper
.. It -���    and     it        ting       Btxth
street.   Ne-s-  W<rs:m:nster.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S  RESTAURANT    &    CAKE
-     -' -   f  -   Ji.       }{or..i
-' white t     -.?; no Orten-
tai Labor ( : . ���       r and
nieht.      Opposite tram office."
WESTMINSTER        V
Co., bank
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and del -
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and car line.     p
473.
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF    THE
CITY OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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tare prosperity.
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He improvements  now  ia  hand, and                 l  righl ty  is a party;   I
$2'/ ...                    for the pi
to take so    i ' '���   '         '                 3traightl
ilred I                                                        -s ca the
;    | no persecution, but a vigorous I
��� b)    A   right   to  a further    lOw j cation of all offenders
= ome    other    point    on the!
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LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
lously    announced. .    ������   - water for anj
.:. te ��________________________________t
_^___^___%i by order in^^^^^H
I  st :. I   I  ���   progress, a clean  city
and  the administratio:: city's
*> the Dominion  government of a belt H^f8  l\ the  'nteres'  of ^p wiho1-
... ..     ���   ��� ���      irgentwi t .   public and not for private adyar.    -
rf tfce elector, that 1 ... dtlam Lake   md a rt*    .      I      It 's my firm conviction th-
la office -   _vjer on  o - r Co-   P'^lic men should no: be in any
pram, with    which   I  am familiar in ' onitlnm  I =.i-��  mm*,*  hv    ctA*.    in i connected  with  corporations or
panies  doing  business  with the  city
that they may be free agents In pri
tecting thc city's interest.
Trusting that you win   with   you
vote and Influence return me as I" -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jqaitlam  Lake  granted  bv    ord.-
'"--'-- o  -       .-. for the purpose of pro    U   -
me to bow to t od ag .  .... _.._.. :,
v-e_ your sugraged
U elected I pledge mys<--!f t0 <\.
my   ������ ��� ���
Irt. ting the well Ity, to
exiiir.' tin tbe principles of d
trnrr.<-'..-   and in every other  ;     -.'
war  adrao ���     the our
dty.
Tr   - -.: .-    ;-    .
mon,
past,  aua  respeciiuny soliciting
rotes and influence. I am.
Fours v^ry ii  ��� - -.,.-
\V. H. KEART
New   Westminster
IX?}.
    ter supply
- ^ill observe the:-;        that we
fndid supply  of water and
���  aii   c;��pearances  were  amplj   i   -,,""1     ;���IT  _���~ z
te-ted I Mayor for the year 1010. I am.
��� ��� "ffect of the application of the
Vancouver Power coi - h - been
to ;.-'���;������ dize all  '.:���.....   righta of the
 ,   ,���   ladies   and gentle-  city ��? CoQnitlani Lake and through
for jrom genei   .- rapport in the  BOme inexplicable circumstances, pro-
aad  .-���-���-   - ,      ,- .., vo,jr   ior precautions were    not taken    to
^^~     make  o:r   poalUon   unassa:!ab.e   and
fuily  protect  our  interests
Your  obediant
servant.
JOHN A.
LEE
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an
plication will  be made    by the V
We find   that   by order  in  council !couver'    Westminster  &  Yukon   R
B   C .  Nov
TO THE   ELECTORS  OF  THE  CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladi' s and Gentlemen.���
At the reqnest oi a .ery large number of 'Vl/.i-ni. I consented to allow
���iy name to be submitted to the peo-
dated September'9th, 1800, it hasj*^ Company to the Parliament of
been declared that the works of the.Canada at its next session for an act
corporation of the City of New West-;to extend the time for commenclr.z
ster in connection with ite Water |the construction of the line of the
supply on Coquitlam lake have never j company's railway, authorized by
been duly authorized, and It has nol Chapter ST of the Statutes o: 19 i.
rifht to take the water of Coquitlam ; until the loth day of May, 1012, and
Lake or river. By the same order inUo extend the time for finishing and
council the Umber reserve has been putting the said line In operation un-
withdrawn and logging operations are til the 15th day of Mar. 1015: and
practically permitted on this beautiful also to change the route of that part
  lake, the pure and natural water sup- of 'he line of the company's railway
���le for their support i' Ma'yV of P:>' ��* the domestic use of all this'authorized by Section 7 of the aaid
Hew Westminster for the fear  I "ric*:. S^trtUdfjf,..Md ,'";''"-' act'  which runs fro:n  S'ltiamW,   ral-
Baring consented to do M I deem men' this condition shall not be al-(iey to Hazeiton, cr some other ; lnl
it mv du'v to 1 tbe low< :  ''J exl*1  '':':���" ���'  "''"'���>'    effort on the  Skeena  river from  the route
torate the reaflOM tor my Candida- ��?"'"? ' -' " ,de '�� reinstate New authorized by the said section of the
tmn ���������stminster    In    undisputed   owner-:8ald act. to a route describ-d as foi-
Most of the Citizer- are aware of ~hib ��J i-s 'x&'"r eupply and absf>lute I lows: Commencing from a point at
the strenuous effort that has been c0"""0' ': 'Y ��"litary conditions; or near the city of Vancouve, or
put forth during the past year to pro-  around the lake- iSome  other  convenient   point  on  the
teet the Water Supply of our fair! Tne safety of the proposed dam UiShore of Burrard Inlet to a point at
rity from contamination and for a matter of the utmost importance or near the city of New Westminster
civic control  of the  watershed. {.and  I  take the  position  that no au-jln  the  province of  British  Columbia
This effort was forced up >:: the thority to build it bhould be granted!(such line of railway being in addi-
eity in consequence of an application until undisputed evidence ol i'.- ab-'tion to the line of railway between
f>y the Vancouver Power company to solute safety be given by competent jthe said points which is atttho .'��� i
erect an hydraulic filled dam 75 feet   independent   authority,    ininnuenced |by the company's act of    Incorpora-
iiieh on Coquitlam Lake from whence
New Westminster obtains its water
supply
iZi,^'  ��r  th��  0Ulfr   by  '0C'a'  f're-itlon)' and Tom the said point" a'fo~r
Vt -,      ,   i nf'ar the cit5" of N'ew Westminster to
The_purlty of the city's water sup-Uhe south side    of   the Krasr"  river!
The   erection   of   this   Dam   would   ply   affects   the   health   and   perhaps Ithence  by  the    most    feasible "route
cause    he  water to overflow  a large | the  lives  of every man.  woman  and  through     New    -,'..-,:,/  .   .,
area  of  land  covered  with  decaying  child In the city and no effort should and in  an  easterlv andIn
be considered  too great  to preserve irection through the districts""of YaFe
and maintain tbat watei suppl, pure. Lillooet  and  Cariboo to ,   .   ���-
While the water question i, the Is- the branch Une I   -. Willow i I
sue  upon  which  i mafe.  ���.-, appeal Edmonton authorlwd by CwJ
-   -       a     , u    'or your support in the fortl    ming of the Statutes   of   i ���     .'
the  pur.,   of  the  water,  and   might   eee ion  there are other  matti   -    oi Tete Jaone Cncl ,    thenw nort
prejudK-e    our    control of the  water   vital   interest  and  Importance. terly followirg th.. 1 ne r f r ii ..
VetBBL New Westminster is today attract-'thorized I vri- iV    ,   ?
n is no, my intention In this ad- ing the attenUon of cap,,,,;;,,, ����. B" nm fifthe fl   : ' \
dress to go int..  the details or the  tors and homeseekere and al] are In-'the Fraser riv .   ~ .      -'   ,'.   .
���ftiit  made  to protect  our  interests  terested and influenced by civic pro- Fort Co-,-, . ,.,j Km Mr tit   ���
as these have   already   been   placed  gress   and  Improvement   upon  which by the most  feasible roote r-   H
vegetation, trees, dead wood, etc
which in the estimation of a number
��rf our reputable citizens and in the
opinion of competent engineers.
would  have a damaging effect  upon
ition has
been made to register Thomas Ki
Jr., as the owner in fee simple, under
a tax saie deed from Inspector of
Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing
date the 5th day . | .-��� ;��������� mber, A.D-,
1907 of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
.-���-    lying being in  tbe  W��
trict of New Westminster, in the
Province of British Columbia, more
pari ularly known and described as
Lot - 9 and 10, Block 10, of part of
Lot JOA. Group 2.
V D and those claiming throueh or
une t you and all persons claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue cf any unregistered instrument,
and ;:11 persons claiming any Interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Acr,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the date of the service of
this notice upon you. and in default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed within such period,
or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim 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 Westminster and a
weekly newspaper published at Chiiliwack will be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 13th dav of October, A.  D.   1009.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Jane Wilkinson. 240-2G
SKATE
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
************ IIIMMMmMIMMMIMMIIMHIIII
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
AT THE
PYTHIAN DINK
Ladles purchasing skate tickets
during the month of November will
receive a ticket entitling them to a
'..nance on a gold watch. Drawing to
take place NOVEMBER 30, 19QS. ��
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how It is cheaper 10    ���
high-class    building     materials
than li Is to purchase the       r
er    kind.      We    can  po nl    "1
buildings  buit  with  our  K*,e
rials   that   never   neei   repair*
We  can   poinl   to  wma ^'^^
that need repairs a'.! tha ��������
But they were not bull*, of
materials.       See    where
cheapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS v/edn
ESDAV. NOVEMBER
10, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
My,
RADIAN    HOME-
6YN0Pst'em regulations.
Dominion Lauds with
Any
in">e
liia,
SOU
ava!ii ","in British Colum
rai���      LTded by any per-
bead of a family
wn�� " r is years of age, to
or auJ ' ..iter  section   ol
tie ,A:l:   . ,  .   or less,
;, personally a
Ei   . for  the  district
tUa l^-o .    Bltime.       Entry
I:, v ,'ever, be mad�� on
bj    the    father,
brother or Bis
. I bomesteader.
���     is required to
connected
fort" ll i ui    the
villi u
plans: ;x months' residence
of the laud on
Dl ' ears.
or mother, if tne
0f thL. homesteader
r farm In the vicinity ol
.-���-/' , ror, the requirements
ftetJ��:; Ba,isiied   by
b'ucIi person
�� J"0}',". (r has hia permanent
, "!,"iMg     ''"u1,      ��?n'a
: B tl    ri Inity of his  home-
' .|(, r, -| i ri tnenta as to residence
by  residence   upon
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.-
The   regular  meeting  oi   this   :,,:_,
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Can
von street, every Monday    evi
at S o'clock.    Jas. Ferguson, o
grand.   W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
,. O. U. W��� PHASER LODGE NO
���Meetings the firsta nd third T
day in each month.    Visiting
ren    cordially    invited    to    ati
Lodge room, A. O. U. \V. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
PAGE THREK.     f
per
there-
loiiowing
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, 1.0 1
���Meets the fourth   Friday   in   the
month  at    8  o'clock, in the
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF b_AULL.
Aerie No. HO.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p.m. in the blagli .
hall, Columhia street. J. N. Altch
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secra
tary.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
;UVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
.   Victoria  leaves   Van
. going direct to Seat-
except   Wednesday.
��� r   leaves    Vancouver   I
I  i  Victoria.
1 harlotte leaves  Van
��� m,   daily,  except  Friday
GERMANS DISCOVER
SUBSTITUTE FDK COTTON
COMPANY WILL
MANUFACIUfif RADIUM
! WMK_9*}maMnm*JM4\M_W
��� *'-'rai_Ul'\i,'^-^. Ij MlidI
��� i I   .' 9
; Fibre   of   African   Tree.   After   Secret
Treatment,  Can   Be   Spun   Into
Yarn.
for
ng with the lather
aotlce In writing should
it
nut; w
(be said land
Six months
vp riven '   the commissioner of Do-
llon lands a   Ottawa of intention
i���.nniy for patent.
(Stf-Coal mining rights may be
leased' for a period of twenty-ora
1��� at :im ai nual rental of ?1 p*r
��" m m0re than 2500 acres
'J,j b to  .me lntlivldual  or
Ipanv      A  royalty  at  the rate ot
����e cents ,: s,ia" be collected
coal mined.
w. W. CORY,
ijcputyof the Minister of the Interior.
1  ijj.���i ��� /' it    publication    of
dlj advertlsemeni  will    not  be  pain
lor
IOARD    OP   TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in
board  room,  City  Hall,  as foil
Third Thursday    of   each    moi
quarterly     meeting     on   the     unra
Thursday of February, May, Aug l :
and  November, at _ p.m.   ' Annual
meetings on the third Thursday or
February.    New   members   may
proposed and elected at any month-
ly  or     quarterly     mi-sting.*     c.   H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
tder  wlll  leave Victoria
1-    every Tuesday.
New   vi estminster on  Wed
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Vi. oria n p.m, 1st and 14th
for   Quaisino   and     way
twentieth  of  each  month   for
Quatsino,   Cape    Scott  and
i- ���
on
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Cai ,
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of P
hall.      Chief. W, Suinerland.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
if the southwesi
ectioi    26,  Township   16,
(jew Wi " inst rin.
���  of the loss of certi
j hei  12 179F, issued
ir ��� . i berl Fleming Sey-
c, I In this offlce.
j   given that  1  shall.
It tin -   one month  from
i the date i publication here-
(I | p ;i, i  published in
the City i Westminster,  issue
o ,  > del cerUflcate, un-
len Ime valid objection
'- In writing.
C   S. KEITH.
Ri gtstrar of Titles.
:. Offlce, New  West-
I r'o- -i.er 11, 1909. 242-26
NOTICE KE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
I- O. G. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets In Oddfellows' ball
Columbia stree-, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Ullley,
N. O.; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M. ; L. O. D.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
F. Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood  of Owls   Nesi   No.  29
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
��� -��� ��� Vancouver 2 p.m, daily, ex-
cept Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
unc 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une IS and July 2.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
l'js::���Meets Becond and fourth
Mondays at 8 p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall. Blackwood St.
NORTHERN B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouvei
une Yi and July 3.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.   Queen   City   leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
From   New   Westminster
Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 8
a.m.
From Chiiliwack Tuesday,
Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
CITY
OF      NEW     WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
The co; !i of the old bridge is
Mt cor.- Bate    for    vehicular
-���"     nd th    public  generally   aro
o ...     hauling   loads   of
any kind over it.
Pert ���
tO   Ql ���
themselves
By o" li r
lng
must I ike
do
th,,
bo  after
risks oa
City Hall,
Btfl, 1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
-ov  Westminster,  July
five Careful Attention
jo accounts (..nations, firms and
individual-       1  S|,a|| b(>  pleased  to
niee' "' " nnd with  those   who
wtemiilai, 1    klng changes or opening new accounts.
vl:'"1 ' a  Savings
NOW Is thi ,ini
Account,
to start one.
Tenders are invited for the erection
of a Refuse Di Bti icl ir, capacity 50
tons per dav. Plans and profiles of
site, specifications and further particulars as prepared by the City Engineer, can be obtained on application to
the undersigned.
Tenders to be plainly marki tl on
the outside "Ri fuse Destiuctor,' and
delivered by 5 p 111. of the 22n l daj >l
November, 1909, to
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citj  clerk.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
For    reservations
call or address
ED
an.l   Information
Berlin,    Nov.   9.���Owing    to    the
]'Yb pi ice ol cotton, the German tax-
itile experts have been turning their
attention to other fibres that mighl
be used as a substitute for it. Recently a spinning company at Chem-1
nitz has 1- icceeded In spinning the
Qbre contained in the kapok, or silk \
cotton tree of the tropics. In its natural state this fibre cannot be spun,
owing to its extreme brittleness, but
I'ee-lessor Goldberg, ot Chemnitz, has,
found a method of treating it to
maki it spinnable, ana the yarn is
described as bavins a peculiar soft,
silky feeling. The fibre has hitherto
been In use as a pudding material for
fui iiii nre, and in making pillows and
Similar articles, and it has answered
this purpose so well thai the cuti-
vatlon of the tree has already been
introduced in to the German colonies
ot New Guinea and East Africa. The
fibre has the advantage of being considerably cheaper than cotton; but
no information is at hand showing the
Wearing qualities of fabrics made
from  kapok  yarn.
Factory For Production tf
Costly Drug is Opened in
London, England.
MANY WOMEN LOSE
SAVINGS OF YEARS
Swindled   By   Woman   Promoter   Who
Promised  Rich  Returns on Their
Investments.
QOULET,
Agent. New Westminster
C.  n.  FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUF,
General Superintendent  Victoria.
Railway Time Tables
.���mce  'I'hone  18b.
Columbia
Darn  'Phone 13?
Street
Haggage   delivered   promptly
any  part ot the city.
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
yal Bank of Canada
H'P't'l Paid ui
;��">. Fund
"Mai Assets .
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v'    ' r,  B,
F   SHUTE.
4,700.000
. . 5,400.000
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c. Branch,
Manager.
AUDITS
COUNTS
��� PRINCE
md Accountant
MADE,    BOOKS    OF     AC-
0PFNE.D ON  APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLtCTIONS.
AGENT FOR xHE   HALL  8AFE
Room 9, Westminster
Inist Block.
p' o- BOX 795.
CO.
Nish Watchmaker
up,
Gold ty
ul.
Sllv���r
WO up.
AWnt
1e* for Laflfeg from f 12.75
Wi
&tCh',.
Watches
for
w
gents'   open face
gents' op^n    case,
^ alt ham   and     Klgtn
atch
r(,PtUrlnR a specialty.
F- CRAKE
oon
hom
G��o. Adam*. Groetr
To
To
To
einlier
FROM VANCOUVER.
Victoria���Dally   at   1:30  p.m.
Alaska���November 23,  11   p.m.
Quoen   Charlotte   Island-Nov
18.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tuesday ami Thursday ai 2 p.m.; Monday. 11 p.m.
To Nanalmo���Dally al - p.m.
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser river to Chiiliwack
and way points���Steamer Beaver
leaves    Westminster    al   8  am.  on
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday; returning, loaves ChlHtwacfc at V nni.
on Tuesday. Thursday and Sal unlay.
Km- further particulars call or address
KD. QOULET, Agent,
New  Westminster.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New West-
minster al 6:50, 6:50, T:2U and 8:UU
a.m., aud every half huur thereafter
until   Ll*.30  p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:60, 7:20 and
S:00 a.m., ami every half hour there
after until   11:00 'i.m.
Sunday  Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ior New  Wesi
minster at 8:00 aud 9:0u a.m., ami
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Denver,  Col.,  Nov.  9.���Mrs.    Anna
Wheeler, mining woman and promoter
said   to   have   swindled   hundreds   in ���
fake   Nevada   mining    schemes, "was
convicted of fraud on three counts in j
the  West  Side  court today.
According to her alleged victims,
sin- convinced them that she possessed clairvoyant powers and that, while
under guidance of spirits, she had
seen clouds of golc floalng ahout
their heads and drifting about their
feet. She convinced them that .'li
was needed to precipitate the golden
shower of shekels and SUCCi ss was
an investment in Nevada mining property owned by her.
Mrs. Whei ler's operations began
during the height of the Goldfield ��� -
cltement. She foUud no lack of dupee
Inr victims being women of the poorer  (lass  wlui  invested   the  savim      o(
years   on   the   promise   of   enormous
di' Idends.
London, Nov. 9.���Once it was possible to buy radium at $2 a milligram;
now the market price is |liu a milligram, equal to $2,500,000 an oune<\
This was one ol the striking statements in a very Interesting speech
delivered by Sir William Ramsay at
the foundation stone laying ceremony
last Saturday of a new ra Hum factory in Limehouse, an eastern suburb
of London. The British Radium Corporation, which is going to extract
radium from pitchblende found iu the
Tretiwilii mine, Cornwall, is believed
to he the first company in the world
to attempt the production of the precious .mineral on a commercial basis.
A secret process, discovered by Sir
William Ramsay himself, who is chief
consulting chemist to the corporal inn
will reduce the period of manufacture
from nine months to six or seven
weeks. Work in the London factory j
will start at the end of this year, and '
meanwhile a plain has been erected
at St. Ives, Cornwall, where the pitchblende ore will be crushed so that the
material for treatment may be sent
up to London in a more portable form
of concentrate or Ihigh-grade ore. !
Even in this crude state radium makes
its presence felt, and heavy rubber
gloves have to be worn by those
handling it.
It Is one of the romances of science :
that the material in the old days was
regarded by the Cornish miners as a ;
nuisance, for it prevented them from
obtaining copter from smelting.    For |
a long time it was cast on the dumps
I or left underground,   Today the com-,
I punitive  value   of  crude   pitchblende.
ore is far in excess of the gold quart/.
of Johannesburg or the blue earth of 1
the diamond mines.
The old-fashioned fisher folk of St.
Ives,in their picturesque huts of
weathered granite, view the coming
changes with no friendly eye. It is
certain, however, thai St. Ives will in
the near future become a busy Industrial centre, and as the water which
passes through the pltchblened ore
also possesses curative powers it is
quite possible thai Cornwall may yet
se e the erection of hydros for the
1 real nii-iit   of  certain   maladies.
If You
Can Afford to use
the BEST buy
Robin Hood
Flour
"The Flour that   is different"
If you do you will find tbat
the cost of ROBIN HOOD is
smallest after all.
The bigger loaf is one difference.
Easier assimilations of tbe
bread is another difference.
The sweeter flavor is a third
difference.
There are other points of
difference. Any one of them
worth the extra cost.
Candidate Will
Address Electors
VIGIL AT
Westminster fnr Vive
a.m , and every  h 1
��� until 10:00 p.m. Las
Cars leave Ni w
couver at  ^ :o
hour thereaft.
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local  Manager,
Westminster.
POSTOFKICE
RESULTS   IN
SUCCESS
New
or
C. H. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen.  Pass.  Agent.
Vancouver, B. C.
gftCANADIAN PACIFIC
V RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express and Scuttle train
leaves 7:55. ir,.,r for
Afternoon Express leaves 1 ���'���-;>'
all    points    East,    including   U"1100
States points, St. Paul nnd ]'fBt-
Agasslz Local leaves 17:85.
For further particulars apply to
ED. OOTJLBT,
0, P. Ii- AK^nt.
Great   No
rtherr
R
ailway.
-v.
N.W. 8:60
i.m.;
ar.
Seattle
3
3a
p.m
Lv.
N.  W.   11   ;
i.m.;
ar.
Seattle
3
55
.111
Lv.
N. W. 4:1!:.
p.m.;
ar.
Seattle
9
iv
p.tn
Lv.
N. W. 12:10
a.m.;
ar.
Seattle 7
15
a.m
Lv.
Seattle 8:05
a.m.;
ar
N. W.
2
55
p.m
Lv.
Seattle 4:35
p.m.;
ar
N. W.
9
30
p in
Lv.
Seattle 11:4
j p.m
;  ar. N.W.
6
20
a.m
Lv.
Seattle 12:2
"1 p.m
; ar. N.W.
V
25
p.m
Detroit, Nov. 8.���After a three-
days' \iii_l in ilu postofflce, where she
waited in the hope of seeing lier sis-
ter Sarah call al thi general delivery
window. Miss Catherine McKay was
rewarded al 1 o'clock yesierday when
the runaway girl put in her appearance. The two girls rushed to ''ach
other in a mosl affectionate manner
right in front of a general delivery
window, and late-- lefl the building
together. .Miss Sarah McKay, twenty years old, became weary of the
quiet life on lier parents' farm near
Lucknow, Ont., and lefl there about
Ave weeks ago, coming to Detroit,
where her address could nol be
learned. Finally the elder sister,
Miss Catherine, came to Detroit to
do B little detective work. She
learned that three letters awaited her
sister at the general delivery window
al the postofflce, and gaining the consent of the postofflce officials, she
stood in the corridor from early
morning until late at night, beginning
Wednesday.
Q. N. H��� Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a-m., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 P.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Fridny, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Guichon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each week
day;   arrives  8:50  a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except Sunday;   ar. Guichon at 1 pm.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE      DAILY        NE
W 8
SPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND 8AUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Oorntr Eight* 8L *__   Flitk Av��H��
PHONE 17*
BOWELL A ODDY. Prooristom
NINE   PERISH  WHEN
CELLULOID EXPLODES
New York, Nov, 8.���Nine persons,
eight of Ihem workmen and one 8
boy, perished In a lire which destroyed a celluloid factory at 152 Columbia street, Brooklyn today and
caused a panic among Ihe employees
which resulted in ten workmen being
seriously injured and a score sustaining painful cuts and. bruises from
jumping from the third story of the
burning structure.
The origin of the Are is unknown.
Seven bodies have been taken from
the ruins, and a search is being made
for the other two.
FOOD  WAS  UNCLEAN,
JEWESS STARVED TO  DEATH
New York, Nov. D.���Orthodoxy, so
uncompromising that it prevailed over
even the intsincts of self-preservation
caused the death today in lOllis Island
Hospital of Glzella Breiner, a young
Hebrew Immigrant. On the nine days
Of her voyage across the Atlantic the
girl could get no Kosher food and so
fasted, with the result that today she
died of inanition.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
THE      DAILY NEWS
Kaiser and British Relic.
Berlin, Nov. 9.���The sword of Captain John Foote, who commanded the
British corvette Conflict, and who,
with four seamen, was drowned ln
Memel harbor, ln April, 1854, has
been found ln the harbor, and the
kaiser has ordered lt to be sent to
Captain Foote's son, Vice Admiral
Randolph F. O. Foote, president of
the  ordnance  board.
Highest Bridge In Europe.
Paris, Nov. 9.���M. Vlvianl, minister
of public works, was present yesterday at the opening of the highest
bridge ln Europe, the viaduct of Fades
on the railway line from Clermont
Ferrand to Paris. The bridge, 500
yards long, is nearly 400 feet above
the valley of the river Sloule.
(Coatinu' ,1 from Pag,- One.)
McBrlde and Attorney-General Bowser, are fai from enthusiastic tor it-
Leaving out of the question the ruinous terms upon which the proposed
new line is tn be built, the people of
the Kootenaj s will have none of McBride's railway policy because li will
be of little use to theni They realize that ihe route chosen by the C.
N. K. has been chore a with an eye
solely to providing the besl outlet
from the Northwi si to the coasi.
while whal they, and the province us
a Whole uaiils is a line that will open
up new lands tor development,
In Delta the supporters of John Oliver have heen bestirring themeslves
during the last few days: word from
Ladner is to the effect thai the farmers there are almosl solid for Honest John, while electors throughout
the remainder of the riding are Hocking to his standard. There appears
to be little doubt that Leader Oliver
will be returned both in Victoria and
in Delta.
The voters' lists for New Westminster constituency were received here
yesterday and are now at the disposal of the electors. For many of the
ridings throughout the province, however, they still remain in the bands
of the King's Printer, and there is
no hope of their being out before
nomination day. The move initiated
by John Oliver for the postponement
of the date of elections, on account of
the late date of tlle issue of the lists
is receiving support throughout the
province; at 11 large meeting of tlie
electors of Vancouver held in thei
O'Brien hall a petition similar to that
presented to the lieutenant-governor 1
by the Liberal Leader was drawn up,]
and will be forwarded to the propi r
authorities,
It is held that the action of the ^"v-
ernment in rushing on an election
without giving time for a proper scrutiny of the voters' lists is a "direct
violation of the Elections act, and a
wilful deprivation by the government
of the rights and privileges of the
electors."
Notice is hereby given that the
' Court of Revision o ft he list of householders entitled to vote In the City of
I New Westminster will sit at the City
Hall in the City of New Westminster
B. C, on Monday the 15th day November, 1909, at the hour of I*
o'clock in the forenoon.
Dated this 8th    dav ot    November,
1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
NEW ONTARIO  LINE
WILL   SEEK
CHARTER
London, Ont., Nov. 9.���An application has been made to the Dominion
parliament for a charter for the London and Lake Erie railway, with a
capital of 12,000,000, to operate a line
between Brantford and London, running through Paris, Ingersoll and
Woodstock, with running rights over
the line already built from Brantford
to Hamilton. It ls understood the
project is being financed by the men
who will back the hydro-electric proposition. Very wide powers are asked form the government.
Chums $1.75
Boys'  Own  Annual      1.75
Girls' Own Annual   ...   .. 1.75
Chatterbox       ..    .85
JUST ARRIVED AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street
i
Supply limited. Come and
see our fine display of toys and
China on second floor. It wdll
please you.
Indians Lose in Supreme Court.
Washington, Nov. 8.���In an opinion
by Justice Holmes, the supreme court
of the United States    redded today
against the complainants the case of
13,000 Choctaw    and    Chickasaw Indians who asked for redress for being excluded from citizenship rolls of i
those nations when    they  were pre '
pared by Secretary Hitchcock of the j xiaistunt Gen'l Paueng��r and Ttah
interior department on March 4, 1907.  ^Agent, 186 Adams 8t. Ghkttffo. VL
Grand Trunk Ry,
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Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston
And all the principal business cen ten tf
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAM-
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PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara N
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The Daily News
Published by The Dally .News Publish.
teg Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Dally News Block, corner of -McKenzie and Trew streets.
��. A. Paige Managing  Directoi
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEM3ER   10,  1909.
through a part of the province where
there is already one line and where
ano:hor line is being built without
Government aid."
THE VOTERS' LIST.
NO SECURITY.
The Premier and the new Finance
Minister are about to leave the Interior, where they were so lavish with
their promises of railway connections
and other good things, and to transfe
iheir campaign operations to the
mast, li is certain Lhey wil] hove
to vary the tune of their duet in this
pearl of the province. Whatever sue
cess���If any������ may have- attended
Iheir progress by reason of their extravagant statements and reckless
promises, the electors on the coasi
and the Island will nol lake his kind
of bait. They will waul something
saner and Bounder, and more veracious from the Premier and hi.s liencli
man.
They  will  wani  to know  precisely
bow lhe' tremendous liability for wi.ic i
the credil   of the province  is  to  be
ptedged, as a backing for the proposed line of the Canadian Northern railway, is to be secured.   Mr. McBride
and   his   friends  have  asserted   thai
this is to be secured by a nist mortgage upon  the roadbed  to be    constructed, a covenant covering lhe surplus earnings over the whole of the
C. N.  ft.  system, and an  assurance
that in no ease lias the company call-
eed  upon   other guarantors    to   meel
their    obligations.      This    certainly
sounds   well,   but,   unfortunately,    i>
will  imi   hear    examination.    Firstly
the earning capacity of the section to
run through British Columbia Will be
so mighty little, If anything, thai  it
will  be practically  nil.    This  line  is
to he constructed mainly and almosl
entirely for the purpose of giving the
Canadian   Northern  a  coast   terminal
and an (unlet for prairie produce, and
not as  a   convenience  or  advantage
for British Columbia.   Therefore this
province     is   simply     being     made  a
means to the end desired by  Messrs.
Mackenzie  and   Mann.    As  we  have
already pointed out it is nol  going to
open up any  real extent of n< \v country, and will not run through ilistrieis
that  will   produce any material contributions to iis earnings.   Therefon
We  repeat, iis  value as a  security   In
iliis respeel   will  be simply  a  minus
quantity,     As   to   the  "surplus   earning..; over the whole of the C. N. it-
lystem," that is the sections already
constructed, these are fully mortgaged in the various provinces and muni-
elpalitii s  which acted as guarantors
to enable the company to secure the
necessary    means   for   the   construction of these sections.    So these "surplus earnings"    are nol   worth  anything as security either.    With    respect  to the assurance, well  thai  is
worth as much as such an assurance
can be  as a security, and no more.
There   is   another   very     important
point  about  this   wonderful   arrangement with the C. N. li.   Whilst the
Government of British Columbia is to
pledge the credit or the province to
the extent of $46,400,000, and to do all
manner of things to facilitate the construction of the line it is to get practically nothing in return.   It does not
even  get  the  slightest  control   over
freight rates.    Now when the Canadian   Paciflc   railway   was    granted   a
subsidy of $11,000 a mile for 300 miles
of the  Crow's  Nest   railway  the  Dominion   Government  secured  in  part,
as a quid pro quo, full control over
ithe    freight    rates    in    the    prairie
provinces.      This   privilege   has   been
-exercised and has resulted in the payment   back  to the  fanners and  merchants, by  way of Baving In cost or
freight,  the  sum  that  was  advanced
.ts a subsidy.    Another aspect of this
Importanl feature Is dealt with by the
Victoria Times, which says:
)   "Some  supporters  of  the    Government point  to  the  subsidy  that  Sir
John   Macdonald's Governmenl   gave
the C. P. R. for building Hs through
tine;   but   they   conveniently     forget
that the country through  which  the
line was to  be built  was a pathless
and   unknown  land  of  uncertain   re-
aources.    The same may be said of
the G. T. P. and the country through
which it passes.   Uut the comparison
is not apposite, if for no other rea-
aon than that the Dominion had a rev-
enue of $(10,000,000 when the C. P. R.
was subsidized and that when the G.
T. P. came in for Its sluire the revenue had risen to $85,000,000.   The credit of  the  Dominion  is  unassailable
and there is no difficulty in    raising
money on   the  Ottawa Government's
endorsement.   But how stands it with
British  Columbia?    The  revenue  under the Judicious management of the
late  Finance   Minister  has advanced
to about ,$5,000,000 to enable Mneken-
xie & Mann to build a line of railway
Is it nol high lime thai some more
honest and equitable manner of pie-
paring the voters' list for this districl should be established? At present electors upon this list are at the
mercy of two or three poisons who
have a peculiar interest In striking
off any names they may fancy should
be removed. All .such names go to
swell the lists Of persons whose
names have been struck off, which
are advertised in the Columbian, and
for that concern of course, the more
of such names there are the merrier,
because every line brings something
more to iis coffers. How many electors have hern victimised by this
cheerful system of graft it is difficult to say. but we are aware of one
who. because he was absent on a holiday,   had   his  name   advertised   lo  be
iv ved and when representation was
made to the objector he replied that
it   was  (lone  "for  a   joke."
FOR A FREE BRIDGE.
One appeal alter another has been
made to the McBride Government to
free the New Westminster bridge
across the Fraser river from the toll,
which is such an incubus upon Its
value and usefulness. Promises of
consideration have sometimes been
maile. but nothing has even been
done towards giving effect to the desires of the people. The existence
of this toll seriously hampers the development of the district; puts settlers to a heavy and unjust expense,
and robs the merchants of this city
of no inconsiderable sum in the
course of a   twelve-month.
The freeing of the bridge is one of
the objects which Alderman Johnston
will accomplish if elected. In this he
will have the support of John Oliver,
tlie Liberal leader, who recently stated that this bridge toll took $l(in a
year from his pocket and also the
support of the whole Liberal party
in  the Legislature.
Canadian   Northern   affair   than     appears on the surface.���Victoria Times.
For Grave Consideration.
Mr. Bowser asserts the Government has a first mortgage on the C.
N. It. In British Columbia and a covenant of the whole system. Could
anything bo more transparently
childish than the claim that the province will have a first mortgage? What
are the very bonds the Government isl
pledging its total credil to protect
but a lirsi mortgage, and by whom
will it be held but the Investor who i
buys the bonds, and who has there-
fere a  first  mortgage?
The inference is when tiie Goi ernment guarantees the bonds that the
security is not sufficient for the bondholders without the Government endorsement, If the bond-holders are
nol paid their principal ami Interesl
they and not the Government, get the
road. The Government makes good
their loss If the road is not worth
$35,000 a mile and It gets nothing.
Thai is the plain unassa lable facts of
ilu- Government's position as a guar
antor of those bonds, Thai is wh
British Columbia's credil win be In
definitely and totally tied up and crip
pled by guaranteeing the bonds.
Hut it is argued we have a covenani
from the whole C. N. 'b system. Se
has Ontario, so has Manitoba. Sas
katchewan, Alberta. Every one knows
the C. N. It. is mortgag ��� l te. the hilt.
livery one knows thai every mile has
been bonded for every dollar Mackenzie .v- Mann could raise on it- Every one knows its Ami ic al showing
has een made possible by skimping
the service, by keeping the rolling
siuek at the lowest possible point of
equipment. Win the i has British
Columhia to fall bad. upon? What
has she got to show in the way of
security for het tremendous liahilit,
when she goes to !l;o i icmey marki ts
of the world?
No British Columbia Minister of Finance can pull the wool over ihe eyes
of the financiers of the world's money
markets. They know the position of
the C. N. It. as well or belter than we
do.
"GET   THE   HABIT'
Special For Tcday
COAT AND HAT HOOKS, 3 DOZ.
FOR 25c��� i lav.- you selected
yours woodwork for burning yet?
If ,;,,-,, you will have to hurry for
very quickly.
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
The Leading House for Carpets is
H   L. L
V\'(
ie ir air
16 Columbia Street.
:. !i a id sell tor the same
ovei
slgnment
We are the largest   retail  buyers   in   the   provIn	
tremendous.     We have just unship i a
i.i
And thc Prices!
in at   with  whose general  policy  he  was  iti  complete accord  and
1 ose  membership    he  had  the I
i   personal    regard.      U    Mr.
TatloW  believes the  railway  policy  of
overnraenl    is    likely  to  prove
is tii the credli of the province
n  intolerable burden  upop  the
shouldi ' - of 'i'   people of the prov-
the m'a who oughi to be thi
Informed   upon   the  subject   he
ild come out  and sa..  bo in plain
-Victoria Times.
Well, they are so reasonable that they musl
stock the best English Wiltons, English Bru
Tapestries, all specially selected for their
color.       .lusl   give  us  a  call  aud  have  a
qualitj
mi. over o
F * C   Furniture Emporium
��&���A      kmJ Lfte's  Elock, Columbia Street,
I'd extend i
I w ould I wen a railway,
my  ample  hand.
And watch a giddy pro> ince fill ii up
with chunks of land.
But I'd hale to be the province at the
finish of the game.
When   it   has  to  pay   the   freight   and
buy  the  tickets just   the same.
j NEW WESTMINSTER,
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OBITUARY.
James S. James.
death   occurred     yesterday   at
Royal    Columbian    hospital    of
ames S. antes. 45 years of age.      He
was a native of St.  Catharines, Out..
but has   friends   in    Victoria, one of
hom will accompany the remains to
St. Catharines, where they are belnf
They know how worthies.-. Is a   taken  for burial.    Death  was due  ti
CODLIN AND SHORT.
Messrs. McBride and Bowsei' are
going to much pains to inform the
public that their tour through the Intel ior has met With great success.
They are dispatching telegrams to
the partj organs to the effect
tin.,   are  delighted   with   thi
ee- reception they have received.
lie popularity of the railway polii;.
as tHere expounded of course��� and
so forth, it is evidenl from all this
that they are doing their b -st to make
things look as bright and promising
as possible. No doubt they hope by
this means to raise the falling spirits
nl iheir followers on the coast. Alas,
tiie.se can see too well how bitterly
the people are resenting the mischievous move on the pari of the!
Premier. There certainly needs a I
very strong infusion of enthusiasm to j
counteract the great damage io the.
Conservative cause which has been I
wrought by such strong straightfor-1
ward men like Sir Hibbert Tupper,
Messrs. Tatlow and Fulton. et
tniiltis aliis.
covenant which conies after the bond
holders and fifth or s!\th in the line
of other covenant holders.
I low would you lik ��� to take a sixth
mortgage on a piece of property
which you knew had a tirst mortgage
against it for its full value? Thai
is approximately the position this
province will occupy with its covenant and it can have and will have
absolutely no other security. And
that sort of security would be absolutely worthless in London or any
other financial cen I re.
Tlie situation to be created by this
bargain is so grave that every man
who has a stake in this province, who
hopes to make it his permanent
home, who wants to assure the stability of his investments, should give
ii his mosl earnest study and attention ill the short time bet vv >en now
and election day.���Saturday Sunset
general paralysis. The funeral arrangements at this end are being
looked after by  Murchie ��  Co.
Sarah Jane   Moore.
At  Ladner    yesterday    Mrs. Sarah
Jane Moore died al the age of 63. She
was  a  connection  of  the   Rev.   E.   It
j Bartlett of Ladner and the funeral
will lake place from his residence,
the Vicarage on Thursday afternoon,
to the Boundary Day cemetery, The
funeral  is  In  charge  of    Murchie   <<���
i Co.
Indian Dies.
An Indian woman, 60 years of age,
died at the St. Mary's hospital yesterday. Her name was Theresa, wife
of Charlie ot Chiiliwack, where the
remains will  be  taken  for burial.
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months.
This is good residential property
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
PRONT   STREET.
Mr. Tatlow Must Speak.
Ex-Flnance Minister Tatlow says
that i he is ready at any time ot tell the
enthus- Conservative Association of Vancouver why he resigned his portfolio.
But Mr. Tatlow owes a duty to a bigger constituency than the Conservative Association of Vancouver. As
Finance Minister he represented the
whole province of British Columhia.
It is to all the people of British Columbia he owes an explanation. For
the sake noi only of the present, but
in the interests it may be of a future
generation, he should make public the
grave reasons of stale which impelled
him to sever his connection  with  a
Ednnr   E    Atkinson.
The funeral of the late Edgar E.
Atkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson of Sapperton. will take place from
the family residence to the Odd Fellows  cemeterj   todaj   at   2  p.m.
PERSONAL.
'ERNEST McD. SIDEB 0 T TO M,
alias Clifford. Ernesl McD. Side-
bottom, who resided In or near Mcleod from 1901 to 1908, IS wanted
for his advantage and earnestly
urged to write to his sister. Mary
l. Sidebottom, it Charlestown Road,
Glossop,  Derbyshire,  England.'1
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Northern   Crown   Bank
AS  OTHERS  SEE   IT.
HEAD  OFFICE,  WINNIPEG
A  WESTERN   BANK  FOR  WESTERN PEOPLE.
The  Alternative.
The  Premier lias pointed out, how j
insignificant,  will  be  the  cost  to thei
province   of  subsidising   the    Kettle i
River   Valley   railway.     That  is   the
very policy announced  by  the leader j
of the opposition.    Under it about a
thousand  miles  of  railwa]   could  be
built which would open  up to settlement   vast  stretches  of  valuable ter-1
rltory,   whereas  the  Canadian  North-'
em arrangement, even if it be carried  out   at  a cost  which  at  present
can not be accurately computed, but
which   will  assuredly   be   very  heavy,
will not open an acre of land to settlers except at one of Its extremities.
The   Conservative   objection   to   this
policy   is  that  there  is  no  guarantee
that a single mile of railway  would
be built under it.    Is there any warrant,   then,   for  the  assumption   that
the  Kettle  River Valley  line  will  be
constructed?   The northern extension
of the  Ii. & N. on  this Island,    the
Alberni   branch   and   the     Cowichan
Lake  line  are being  built   solely on
the subsidies voted by the Dominion
Government.    How does the Premier
or his friends know that a small subsidy  supplementary  to   the    already
voted   Dominion   subsidies   would  not
be  sufficient  to induce  .he construction  of the lines mentioned  by    Mr.
Oliver?    There is  more  behind  that
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL ...   .
.$6,000,000
.$2,200,000
Thrifty people who use ou Savings Bank Department will find
It convenient and will receive every courtesy, whether their account
be  large or small.    Savings D?patments at every branch.
******
Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New W estminster.
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Electric Railway Service j
Interurban  Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and way
stations   will   :uu every hair
hour   from   5:50   a. m. Last
cur leave* at ll p, tn.
Last  car leaves  Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton ami city limits over the
city   line.
City   Line:   Care   -   re tram
odice on the hour.
Utes    after,    airl   fori
after, commencing
Sapperton   Lme:   C ra   leav
at ten  minutes alter
hair past and fifty i liter i
the  hour, commencing
a. in.
Sunday service },. . '     ir.y be-
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11, p, "'���
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
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FROM SOUP 10 C
the dinners we serve ate pri
with care and discrimination
exercise good judgment In buying, ��
cooking, in laying viands before >""
We have no apology to make for o
place or what we suppl) We
sure you will commend our
methods and prices when you ��in
or sup at
We
feel
meal>i
KENNY'S
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739   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.
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GRANVILLE   ST.,   VANCOUVER, B. C.
PHONE 4448
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.
HALE BROS.
706  COLUMBIA   STREET.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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RDON'S
Stripped Velveteen, the
Latest Material.
por evening and dressy capes.
Shown in shades of green, pearl
rrey, tan and black.   Per yard
Q.t
85c
Don't fail to visit our Dress Goods Section.
WE LEAD.
Tlie Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
I Can See Now
;������ n 1 ever Baw before,    This is often  the    r<
... satisfied customer.    This also may be your
i"will not realize It  ""'il you have your eyes pr<
I .,,'!: glasses, to correcl the Bpecial defect of eacl
Y01   CAN  KNOW the exacl condition of your eyes wi
cost, ll you will allow us to examine them.
7 i W   F  TATE
���    leal Parlor,       i n.  r.   irtic,
Room 13, ! New West minster, B.
D Trusl   Bidg.
The Royal Cafe
Sixth and Columbia Streets
Lunch 25c. Dinner 35c.
JOHN   CASH,   Prop.
SPORTING NEWS
Business Talk
Phone 176.
JIMMY COFFROTH
WANTS 010 FIGHT
He   Will   Oejtbid   All   Other
r'*ers   and   Get  the   Battle
For Colma.
Nee..   9.���Jimmy Cof-
: ii Francisco fight promo-
'  ���    ���     '     thai  In. is    going to bid
lohnson    al   the  lust
������ last ho .. of November
ti l   his   position   In
e i  Ing a thought
the  men   had   planned
to thai  agreement.
I  will say thai I figured a
i ��� ncll  and  paper on  the
The mi n demand  that
u & mb ������ j. an i that
land in their figun s in
���  l will  ii" t ien   when
tDe l es.     I will make a Gen-
1'inaii  finish  and 1  won't  be
outbid.
"I havi ��� ���, and l suppose thai the
ers 1 e not, pai i a particle of
attention to the bids thai have al-
��� ��� ��� een announci d. Any man who
announced a bid before the mo��
signed was doing so simply f ir advertising purposes. Los Angeles
'���- 01 I hother us, no matter what Mc-
C re; offers. A guarantee oi' 80
per ci nt. from hlm wouldn't be us
- l as .".ee per cent, from my club.
"The man who win give me a run
for the honor of staging that fight
will be .luck Gleason. of San Francisco. Jack and Berger are one. They
were partners in a flght club and are
still close friends. Gleason Intends
to build an arena at Ocean view, outside the city limits, just as my club
is situated. Berger will naturally
pull every wire from the Jeffries end
to place that light in from of Gleason. Despite that from past associations with me, 1 feel that both
Johnson and Jeffries would prefer to
flght before my Colma institution.
FORFEITS  POSTED  FOR
WOLGAST-POWELL   BOUT
San Francisco, Cai . Nov, 9.���The
Wolgast-Powell match is on again.
and this time apparently for good.
Matchmaker Hester having received
word from Ed. Smith, sporting editor
of ;e i :ago newspaper, thai Tom
���lo-ie ,-,, Wolgast's man tger, had :��� >st< d
$300 appi arance money with him.
Hestei demanded $500, bul he Is satisfied with the amouni  poste I
Woi i leaves Milwaukee tonight
for v -. Orleans, where he fights
Henri Plet on November 11.
Politicians know their
business.
The public know their
business.
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iniril'tf k, CARPETS OILCLOTHS. UNOU*.
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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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Victoria   Player  Reinstated.  """""""""~~"���������     ���
Victoria,   Nov.   g.���Samuel   Duffy, The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer,  Undertaker
the  soccer  play.a-  of   Victoria  West   .         r '	
teai     '��� ho  a.:    disqualified as a pro-   ' "~~   ""'   " 	
fee ei al by the li cai branch of the
li- C. A, A. I. i, bei passed on to
the n ., tra ������ . sommlttee for reinstatement. 'I i,i registration i ommit-
tee Ls Instructed to reinstati Duffy
provided he has not taken pai i in pro-
tes lonal athletics during the year.
All along ii was known th n Duff)
has nol taken part in professional
spoit;, .-nne. Novembei last, and his
sworn ���: iclaratlon to thai effeel was
tendered tie.- officials win n the mailer firsl came up. The B. C. A. A.
I'. local executive met al the V. M.
C. A. and consi leri cl the matter. A I
resolution from the Football league
recommending thai all players now
playing soccer be considered amateurs was poi put before the meeting.
SPECIALS
Ask to see them.
Dates for Stanley Cup Games.
Ottawa, Xov. fi.���it is expected that
the Winnipeg Shamrocks will get
Stanley cup dates December 21 and
i 2o. The Ottawa club is willing to
plaj as early as possibly and the
trustees want the matches before the
E. C. 11. A.  season opens.
Banquet for Lacrosse Boys.
The Native Sens of British Columbia of B. C. Camp No. 4, have issued
an invitation to the members of the
Xew Westminstei' Lacrosse Club to
a banquet to be held in the Knights
of Pythias Hall, on the evening of
Thursday, November 18. A concert
will be held after the (linnet.
Des  Moines Gets  Pennant.
Chicago,    Xov.    lh���The      Western \
Baseball league had its annual meeting in the office of Presldenl  Morris
L. O'Neill here yesierday.      Only routine business was transacted.
Des Moines was awarded the 1909
pennant. The schedule meeting will
be held at Des .Moines In Februarj
at the call of President O'Neill. St.
Ji i ph, Mo., was represented by
Messrs. Muchenberger and Burn, but
no action was taken toward admitting
St. Joseph Into the league, the matter
.being left in the hands of the president.
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 $12.00.      Also the following:
8-day  Kitchen  Clocks,  striking   hour  and   naif  hour   . . .$ 4.50
8-day 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 CENTRAL GROCERY
NEAR COR. FIFTH AVE. AND E10HTH ST.
(Next to Central  Meat Market.)
^gW  STORE, NEW GOODS'
P.   Hams, Bacon, Cheese, Teas, Coffees a specialty.
lnP line of every description of GROCERIES.
DAVID ADAMS, Prop.
Phone 583.
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
Tecumsehs  Want   Lalonde.
Charlie Querrie of the Tecumsehs
has,   according     in    the   Vancouver
Province,    appproached    Newsy    Lalonde,    the    sensational     Vancouver
home player, witli an offer of a f
salary  for him If he will  play  with
the Indians next year.     Probabilities
however, seem to be thai  Ne'wsy will
line up with the Vancouvers rn sl season.     Querrie is also sahl to be o il
after Adamson   again.     The Ind
are sai.l to be Btandlng to lose Pickering, who has state.! his Intention of
coming west next yeai to go Into thi
jewelry   business  In   Vancouver.      If
he does, he will probably sign on with
Con Jones.
Stanley  Makes Good.
Victoria,   Nov.  IL���William  Stanley.
of San Francisco, made good In two
of the three legs of liis dialler,,     ti
Bi itish  Columbia  runnei s  bj   'l1 fi
'-..,:'���  ��� S  nal    i at 20  miles,
.-i   Bro .       m    of    Portland    a    I i
les   o   ti 'day.      He  was defeated
tirst   Ave   miles  of  th ���   race   by
Bayllss, the   Victoria  runner.    S ai
ley's time  for    the  20    mill
hours ���"- seconds.
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   SOMETHING A  LITTLE BETTER THAN
THE   ORDINARY,
See that your next Footwear is from
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LIMN TRIBESMEN I
GATHER TO HAZLETON
THE SHOE MAN
Holmes Block
NEW WESTMINSTER.
TECUMSEHS DECIDE
TO BRANCH OUT
Toronto. Nov. 9.���The Tecunisoh
Lacrosse cluh held a largely attended
meeting at the Prince George l""''1
recently and elected the following officers: Honorary president, Lawrence Solman: honorary vice-president. H. A. Smith: president, P.
Small; first vice-president, Fred.
Hamhly: second vice-president, J. K.
Forsytiio; treasurer, T. W. Slattery;
manager and secretary, Charles Querrie. After the election of officers
for the N. L. U. organization the
question was taken up as to the &d-
visahility of branching out and forming a general athletic association, and
after a discussion it was Anally de-
cidedto form an amateur branch to
foster all lines of sport
LONG   DISTANCE  WALKER
HEADS   FOR   VICTORIA
Walla Walla, Nov. H���Carrying B
heavy pack on his back,   Benjamin
Wool'ev,   n long distance    pedestrian.
arrived in Walla Walla yesterday afternoon, en route to his home In Victoria.     D.   C.   which   he   left   a   year
ago last May. in the meantime having covered more than 5000 miles on
foot.
Wooley, who Is a tinsmith by trade,
traveled as far as Guaymaa, Sonora,
Mexico, having walked every step of
the distance there- from Victoria, and
hels now homeward hound. lie does
not expect to reach there this year.
however, owing to the slow progress
to be made ln crossing tlie mountains.
Clansmen of Captured Kispiox Chiefs
Assemble  to   Hear the
Trial.
Hazeiton. B. C, Xov. IL���The eighl
Indians now under arrest, concerned
in the trouble in the Kispiox valley-
road, appeared before Magistrate Allison last night, and were remanded
a week.
Members of the tribes in outlying
points weri> notified by runners of
the arrests. The town is full of tribal friends and relatives of the imprisoned braves, but no serious trouble is anticipated, as the authorities
are taking every precaution to forestall any attempt to free the prisoners. Citizens have full confidence in
the authorities to handle the situation.
Any attempt on the part of the natives to effect the release of the prisoners will meet with serious conse-
quenoes, as no further disorders will
be tolerated  hy  the police.
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THREE   VESSELS  WRECKED
ON REEFS OF SKEENA
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
TINSMITHING
Hazeiton, B. C, Nov. 0��� Following
the wreck of the steamer Oinineca.
the steamer Distributor of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway Company's
Skeena river fleet attempted to roach
the wrecked vessel, but owing to the
extreme low water was unable to negotiate Sheep rapids. in the event
of the water falling and ice jamming
In Kitzeguyla canyon the boat will
probably be a total loss. She was
built in Victoria and launched Inst
August and cost between $30,000 and
$10,000.
It is also reported that the Grand
Trunk Pacific steamer Conveyor, a
sister ship of the Distributor, piled
on Graveyard point bar, lower Skeena, hut subsequently succeeded In
getting off.
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BEFORE WILD TRIBESMEN.
Teheran, Nov. 9.���Messages received here today from the beselged
consulate at Ardebell say that unless
help arrives within 21 hours the consulate will fall Into the hands of the
heseiging tribesmen.   The rest of the
city already has been sacked by the
heseiging parly and many women
have been outraged.
Reinforcements have been rushed
to Ardebell and the Turkish authorities hope tliat they will arrive today.
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10' 1909,
To Victor
New Westminster Will Be in the Van!
FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT, and defeat the "wild and unconsidered"
railway policy on the part of the late Conservative Government
I
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 endure its railway policy.
Attend the Liberal Rally
Tomorrow Night and
VOTE FOR JOHNSTON
on November 25
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Price of Cotton
Causes Distress
WATER   NOTICE.
(Continued from Page One.)
cials ���- eo will be at reasonable  lgur<
but al      '    ' thej cannot be ana
ed I        ...   igh, oi course, the pi ��� ��� -
may  go down ut any  time.    Just at
preseni   the local  manufacture-is are
marking time to Bee  what will happen witl In the next week or so.
felt Keenly in Canada.
Mr. C, E. Gordon, president oi thi
Douiimi n Textile company, speaking
tonigh*  of tbe rise in  the  price    oi
raw cotton, said tbat lt   .vus a worla-
wide i      . ment, and while it bad not
been felt as keenly in Canada as in
the [Tnited States, the Canadian com-!
panics    were    taking    precautionary
met.Hl'es   to  protect   tbeir   interests.
Ii wculd not be a wise policy to accumulate any    surplus  manufactured
Btock while tbe conditi'.ii of the raw
cotton market was as abnormal as it
ls  at   present.     Mr.     Gordon     added
that    be    did    not    anticipate    any
ol the Canadian mills would have to
cloa   Jown,    but as a precautionary
mi   - . ���   tbi   company    had reduced
I  ���   wor'UR time of its mills,    and
��� in- -..   ��� njvea aa a resull would na-
.'i.'.'.il.   ihin   less.    Beginning    next
we��-k. the working  time  will  be <���:'
from ���    to 49 ho ira pei w< ���....
OUTRAGES ON LIVESTOCK
ALARM   SOUTHERN   ONTARIO
London. Ont., Nov. 9.���It is under-
i        ttention ol tbe Attor-
o depai ';i.> rn  at Toronto
win be drawn to the serlea of outrages which bave been perpetrateed
thi ighoul the County of Middlesex
during the past few 'veeks. The finding by Mr. .1 T. Plaskett. of concession K.4, Landon Township, of a
valuable bourse poisoned, Is but the
latest of a series of crimes that have
not only caused the deaths of sev. ial
animals, but have also imperiled human life, as ln the Caradoc case,
where the barns and drive shed of
Mrs. Win. Cauthorpe were burrifd
and  the  well on the farm poisoned.
The various affairs have created
considerable excitement, and the fact
that In no case has the perpetrator
been discovered only adds to the feeling throughout the country over the
situation.
Germany's Tobacco Tax.
Berlin, Nov. B.���The new tobacco
tax is responsible today for the idleness of 10,000 workers in the tobacco
factories.
Wholesale reductions in the staffs
of the factories are reported today,
and It Is also announced that when
the rush for Christinas trade Is over,
further dismissals will be made. The
throwing of thousands into idleness is
denounced by the supporters of the
Government as a trick to create demands for a repeal of the tax.
tici   Is hi reby i-io-n that an ap-
ation will be made under Pan V.
���  ���   ' Water Act. 1909,"  to  obi  ln
nse in the Westminster Divisi d
of Westminstei   District.
(a).     The name, address and occu-'
pation of the applicant is the Vancou-'
ver Power Company, Limited, having
its head office at the city of Vancouver,  British Columbia, and having a;
capital  of S-'.Do'."'io divided  Into  -'-
sharees of $1.00 each, all fully
paid   up.
(bi. The name of the lake, stream
or source is riuicid. Creek, flowing
Into the Nlcomen Slough in Dewd
district, about three and one-half
east of Dewdney Station on the
Canadian  Pacific Railway.
(cj. The point of diversion is
about eight miles up Suicide Creek
trom the point where Suicide Creek
intersects with the Canadian Paciflc
Railway.
(d).   The quantity of water applied!
for 55 cubic feet per second.
(e). The character of the proposed
������ . [g ig the diversion of said creek
by means of dam, ditch, flume, natural waterways, tunnels and pipes, and
thi establishment in connection
therewith of a wat.-r power plant for
the generation of electricity for nie-
chanical, industrial and commercial
purposes and particularly in the oper-
ation '-1 motors, machinery, electric
lightlns-. the operation ol ti am ways
and other works for which such light,
bead and power, are suitable and
available.     The   premises on which
the   water  is  tr,  be  used  is  a   powi-r
.'."i..  to be constructed In Township
Twenty-one    (21),   Dewdney    district,
about  two  miles  north  ol   the   ' '��� '���
dian  Paclflc    Railway,    n"ar  Suicide
Creek.
(g). The purposes for whicb 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.
(I��.    If the water is to be used for
power or mining    purposes describe
I the place  where the water is to be
I returned to some natural channel, and '
I the  difference    in    altitude  between1
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 approxi- j
mately six hundred feet.
(Jj.   Area of Crown land Intended
to be occupied by the proposed w-orks
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 Com-
missioner on the 10th day of Decern-
ber, iooo.
(1).   Give the names and addresses,
of any  riparian  proprietors or llcen-1
sees  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 ol  Assocl cl  :. ol  thi   Company.
which author./., g the propoj
cation and wo it as foe'
(3),    Thi ts    for    which  the
Company is es d and to '���'
ibjects the (      ; my    are       tricted
are thi tion of watei  and '-'������,���
tei   power  -������.���   reco       ol  '>���:.; eo   led
I   or   by   the   purchase   of  '���������
n lords or water privilegi s for.
e Constructii g, operating and maintaining electric works, power bouses, generating plant 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 oi 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 c v
nection with any other purposes for
which electricity or electric power
may be applied or required.
igi.    For    rendering      water    and
water power available for use. apj 1-
cation and    distribution    by erectii g
dams. Increasing the head of watei In
any existing body of water, or extending the area  thereof,    diverting  I
waters of any  stream, pond  or
into any other  channel  or chai
laying or erecting any line or flu
pipe or weir    constructing any  I
way, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel,
building,  or other  erection  or   ���
which may be required ln connection
with the Improvement and use ol tbi
s.e.i'l water and waterpower or by altering,  renewing,  extending,  lmpri   -
ing, repairing    or    maintaining  any
such works, or any part  I hereof.
ui). The company applies for a license to store wat.-r. The placi ol
the proposed reservoir for storing the
said water i.s the land above the said
point of diversion, to constitute a
reservoir with an area of about elghl
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 lhe 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 rate 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. H. HOPE,
A. E. BECK.
Directors.
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary, Vancouver   B.C.
Vancouver Power Co., Ltd. incorporated 1898.
S.S. TRANSFER
The  st.eamer Transfer    win  leate
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner Westham Island  and way ports, returning
'to    New    Westmfci ti r   on following
day.   Saturday,  returning Same  even-
i ing.
Additional    trip   Monday   morning,
leaving New Westminster at a a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston as
, business  warrants.
This schedule    subject    to  ci.ange
j without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT  .JARDINE.
Manager
MAKE YOUR APPtAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    Tne   Morning  Paper.
FRONT STREET
is the place to buy or sell new and
si c :. 1-hand good; of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY JARS
which we ar,.. offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large ca.-v
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
I Animals
for sale at a bargain.
W'r- can't begin to tell you all we
have, but no matter what you want.
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HAND, STORE.
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Lowney's Chocolates
Fresh this week.
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you?
No wonder after the liarJ winier.
Few Cii) stand it.
Put oo �� new one of Ruberoid
Rooting.    No trouble then
Ruberoid is an ela-to :- rin_!iod
will stand all kinds of wcaiher-
heat, cold, sun, rain, windj make*
no difference to Ruberoid.
ft ii weather-proof and fire-r*
sisiinfj.
Will nol melt, crack or rut.
Most easily applied anJ requirM
no painting.
Call or write for full paniculirt,
samples and prices.
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FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
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McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  STREET. New Westminster,
\ KING EDWARD PASSES
HIS HTM QUIETLY
Celebration    Yesterday���
'eluded in Birthday
Honors.
11   VII.
birthday
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clo ed    their
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ei towns all ���
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HAS NO SYMPATHY
WITH SON IN LOVE
Stern  Father, Composer of Sentimental Songs, Wanted to Send Offspring to Jail.
Telephone
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
day Honors.
R.���Ad E :
who i
I on  al   tin    ii
, and SI    Edi      S
-. were node privy i
Edward's    birthday
la;     Lieut-
kli nne. the Antarctic
.   ci.   a knight.
Manuracturera and Dealers in  All Kina    ot
j Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Door
s,
FARMERS ATTENTION!
I Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
A few of the trlends oi F. D. Monk,
the popular Fronl  streel    merchant,
i red at  one of    tin   dow n town
iran a on Monday nighl and pre-
I  him    with a magnificent   diamond ring as a compensation foi becoming 56 years old on thai dny. S.
Gib - madi  thi pi i -��� utation and acte I
as toastmasti r    for    the celebration
thai   followed.     Patsy  Brannigan of
Duolin, an old friend ol  Mr. Monk's
was  present, and added considerably
to the j> yfulness of the occasion.
INHUMAN TREATMENT
OF CONVICTS IN TEXAS
N' .ltYed    Bryan,
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contii.e illj   i;, ti    has
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cher, v.   ��� ��� lives ii
bul e, : d she is 21,
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the : ��� be si Dl  a ���
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said strate, "I i
tO    the    le  ieei UIIIM.l J . , []]      I   i\e
to sta?  there al -   yea  ���
Mr, Bi yan didn'1  wanl to do this.
"Judge," intei i upted Lei "I'll prom.
aj hi e , aoi go 'ei London again, withoul pop permission,
Wlii a l wanl to i igain I'll ask
bin
Mr. Bi j an's face lighted up.
"Th: t's all 1 want, judgi ,'   lie- said.
Mr. Bryan then withdrew his charge
of incoi i legibility and Li o �� ns per-
mitl    I  io  go With  his lather.
ANGRY   TAXICAB   DRIVERS
MOB PARISIAN MAGISTRATE
Roya; City Branch, Columbia St.
More Than Fifty Have Died In Three
Years, According to Statements
of Prisoners.
Telephone 12.
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New Westminster
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Mi. ��� Service
Mowli hours of despatch
k~ -:1s at Ibe New West-
nil1-"-     - e, ibe hour given In
J^   ���- e Hour or closing,
v**:. Is .. hour, as a rule, be-
P' : spatch.   All malls,
plesg othei stated, are despatch-
,L: I recel | uij except Bunday.
116 ��iiiy i dispatcher   and   re
wed Sundaj re the Q. N. H. Bouth
PC ���"��� R mails, not Including
)' wa.v m - Sapperton,    Fraaer
-ills.:. i I '. ;
at elev<m o'clock
in)���Vancouver    via
Mais Despatched.
Mo a.m. (closed
Itte previous
|0..N. R. owl
ir 'lS;~Vanc    v��r and Victoria via
|* L Electric railway.
��� J)rSl ,- '' ". cast taking all pointB
l��w includinc Ungley and district.
J, c,nun !  ' ^bboisrord
IWct, Clayt,
and   dls
Hur
��'"'(, und Matsqui are dos-
|*nand'd'lr������ U'U' -,iiBlrlct' Hunting-
I'Virnridge anl Hae-
idays, Thursdays   and
PCN by way of Vancouver.
IcludlnU"rIiUl"* and Seattl��. ,n
1 i n!h H' s 1,0'nts enst and aoutn-
.... i Hall'g Prairie
filer,-, 0B Tu
| wiirilays.
I Clov' r1U!"r<*y naXlt '"����� recoinxl from
ami l, rnridge, which arrive on
'   t ��ulchon train on Tuesdays
and Saturdays,
���Vancouver, Victoria and
vl> II   C. Electric Hall-
^nrsdays
11:0
^trai Park
*ay,
I Wa,',"! ''���'"���-St'iiwberry    I'lll,  Tim-
m*rt_  ^""!|   Westminster,  by
x* uuesdaj and Friday).
2:U')l,',n!~!';aM Bun"��yi hy courier.
2:00
tm. 'l>y .courier.
2-'i i-tcp1'. Is""lm"'- inoutns cios�� at
Quichon w 3*turday)~LAtoer, Port
b��fv daik 'm    l8lauJ ��n<I  Sun"
W Twe2' Su:,,lav; Woodward,
J.C. BniM'. y ;u'a Saturday, via
Pitchci',n.i       toteveston mail des-
2:30   _,   '"'^'^'l via Vancouver.)
fii*"1>*. via V VMann��llver    an<1    ^'P"
2 D niYni     ' K north'
!,r'KT.ns   ��,Terdale.  Nloomekl; ana
Vdav iv ,'' C,ayt0B on Tuesday,
Won'',.     :iy ;u"1 Saturday: Tyive-
'ay ami Saturday; Tyna.
and Friday; Don Ac
, "i Friday.
,.u ���    '^'K-onver ami Burnaby
v^nn, v.,' Ble?trlO Railway. Sat-
Waftr' ma'l l�� dsspatolv.-d to
. Blaine _\7_ lan��OUVer at, this hour.
,  ; on T	
;v :
lak�� via I,
flyPr...   P'^' and south, via U. N. H-
T 8^^ C' P' R- ^st, u-ra-
T1^   loooim* nm takes tho fol-
SftMoody  pit? m!"!,     Barnet   and
Sk:,S',.^t>W,!0WB. Port Ham-
Mission,    Chilli-
^"���1. uu'. :,'!::,s'"-i��ss,ARassu,
H.i r-
Ullo   -
��� Kc��ttnaya
pencos'
anj all
Bridge, Nic-
ooints vast
8:46
Owl '���
am"3"" Rece,v��.
in u o e ana   Mato*,
' h- Dolnts, via Q. N
^'"icouver and Victoria
ln-
H.
(except Tuesday),  via  ll   C,  hllectrlc
Railway.
9:00 'o 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Prlday).
9:30 a.ni.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via (!- N. it.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.��� i.adn-r. im:".
Guichon, Westham lsian i and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via Bteamer J. C. Bruce. (Stevee
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:10 a.m.���C. P, R, east tf'rst train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
ami Fraser Ann.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2::;o p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier,
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all V. S. points.
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mall  cast,   and
losc-d mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
deluding  U.  S.  A.   matter,  aud  also
Fraser Mills.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR
BANKS. Dally trains (except Sanday)
carrying passengers, mall, oipreis and
freight connect with stages at Car
cross and white Hone, maintaining
a thorough winter ��ervl(ve.
For information apply to
J. H. ROOKRS, Traffic Maaajsr.
Galveston, Tex . Nov. 9.���More than
lift) convicts in the rexas state penal
Institutions and farms have been killed by Inhuman treatment and beatings during the lasi three years, is
ihe startling revelation broughl aboul
by the recently appointed legislative
ln\ esi Igating cominitti e,
According to the hoard'-, ri porl it
was more than difflcull to wi lng ey I
.1.-tn e from criminals n lio were i x-
amined, Many of the prisoners ""e'
afraid to lesliiy (or fi ar Of Incuri ll
the enmity of the guards,
After begging plteously to escape
appearing before the board, a long-
term prisoner declan d he bail witnessed ihree whippings iii the prison
thai bad resulted within a few days
in the deaths of the victims,
Tin- committee has not yet conclud-
is Investigations.
Paris. Nov. 0.���There was a wild
sci e at 2 o'clock this morning round
a house In the peaceable avenue Henri Matrin.
The house \s the residence of M.
tl; elln, a magistrate, whose duty it
has been io fine aud imprison a large
number ol taxicab dirvers for furious
driving and other offences. Aftei a
meeting at lhe Bourse du Travail, 200
taxicabs drove up and surrounded the
magistrate's house, and made night
hideous with their hooters for half an
hour.
Many people rushed out Into tbe
ste,,., in their nighl attire, thinking
then was a great fire. The uproar
aroii-ed everybodj excepl M. Hame-
lin. the magistrate, who sleeps iu a
bai    room on the fourth floor.
The police arrested half a dozi n of
the ringleaders, bul all ihe 200 taxi-
- followed them to the polio station and tin n v.as u fighi round ' lie
tion, which onlj ended with the
al .et thi Iti publican Guards on
horseback.
SEA COOK MASQUERADES
AS AUSTRIAN COUNT
ed
I'aiis. Nov. 9.���The Austrian polii e
have Identlfli d "Counl de Qubatta,
who wiih his wife was arrested here
teet extensive swindling operations, as
a man who was born at Linz in 1889.
lie is a cook by trade, bavins; worked
on hoard ships at tirst and subsequently   in   hotels.
A search of the    Avenue    Kleber
apartments  occupied   by   the  couple
disclosed many jewels and pawn 'ickets issued in various countries, and
also many ribbons and decorations ol
foreign   countries,  (.specially   Austria.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Ye.ar
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OV FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. L,TD'
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It Is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliant
ly illuminated train In the world. Tlu
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section bleep
er.M, luxurious dining ear, reclinln*
chair cars (seats tree), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and sniok-
Ing cars.
For  Time Tables,  Polders, or nny
further information rail on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, 9-ittle. Wash.
Russell   Hotel.
\V. O. Bell, Vancouver.
J, il. Hudson, Vancouver,
A.  Ballantyne, Vancouver.
W. Butohart, Vancouver,
c. H. Brydone, Vancouver.
Alex.   Wallace,   Essex.
t". F. (ike. Vancouver,
ll. M. McLeod, Vancouver,
it. .1. Fulton, Calgary.
.Ino.  Shields,   Vancouver.
J,  C .Rhodes. Vancouver.
H.   II.   Davison,  Toronto,
H, J, Watson. Revelstoke.
.1.   ('.   Newell.  Toronto.
S.  Madntyre,  Vancouver.
Wm. L. Clarkson, Vancouver.
F. Morrison, Vancouver,
F. A. Townsend. Vancouver.
II.  Thern,  Milwaukee.
Windsor Hote,.
VV.  V.  Todd, Toronto.
II.  Fernie,  Vancouver.
ti. P, Parker, Salt Luke
il. Rebburger and wife,
Suffrnjjlit in Servia.
Belgrade, Nov. 9.���Yelona TOBhltsh
a dismissed school mistress, wm refused admittance to the home minister's offlce last week. Putting tbe attendants aside by wo well-delivered
thrusts, she passed through the forbidden door, Laid a document on tlie
table before them inister aud   quietly
withdrew,
Patriotic Thief.
Paris, Nov. 9.���A thief, signing
himself "Arseiie Lupin, a Frenchmen
before all else," has written to the
Paris Mai In offering to give up a bag
which be slide from a government official, us be found ll contained Important state documents,
City
Port
Ham
mond.
Kd. Larsen. Vancouver.
Liverpool's Decreasing Trade.
Liverpool, Nov. 9.���Tie total tonnage of vessels using the poll ol
Liverpool diminished during the last
year by 'Jt'.3,3?,5, their numbers by 940,
and tbe port receipts hy $143,565.
NO LONGER TORTURED.
60 YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
Tradc Mabks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Ht.tot.0 mmrtlng ��� nketrh ��nd (IcKcrtptl^n m��7
.lMnlily nKiertaM our opinion free jHntner u
Invention la protmlilf PatWltBblo���.to^>'J?,1"'''.',���
tlonnKtrictlyconflileiitfiil. HANDBOOK <
���ent. true. Olilrat airiinc? tdrivS���_MLfW____
PntnnM talton thrnuirh Munn * Co
special ruitic. without charge.
on Pnt.onte
patent*.
:o. rocoive
nujrh Munn A
t charge, ID tht
Scientific JUnericait.
A hunileoUiOly IIIiimtiiUnI weekly. -Urgont circulation of any nolontlflo journal, 'fornw int
{'einailu. lUS a year, poataga prapald. ��old by
nil nowwlwHore. ...
A Sergt.-Wheeler in R.C.A. Finds Cure
FroTi Agonizing Skin Disease.
Sergt. Wheeler Thos. P. Bennett, H.
C. A., who lives at 705 Albeit St., Ottawa, describes the relief which he
got  from D.  D.  1>. Prescriptions.
"it gives me pleasure to commend
D. D. D. to sufferers from skin diseases. For three years I suffered ln-
i tensely from a skin  disease  which  I
developed on the back of my neck.
i It grew continually and sometimes
cast off scales. Neighbors' advice,
prescriptions, salves and expensive
blood medicines were lavishly used.
"At last I found relief ln O. O. D.
used according to directions. It reii ulred just one bottle to effect a
cure. I am no longer tortured so I
have no hesitancy in acknowledging
lo the world the worth and great vlr-
ture of D. D. D."
Blood medicines cannot kill the
germs In the skin which cause eczema and other skin diseases. Salves
fall because tbey cannot penetrate.
D. D. D. goes right Into the pores,
kills the germs and cures, as many of
our New Westminster people can testify. Frank MacKenzle, Druggist,
New Westminster.
For free sample botlle of D. D. D-
Prescription write to the D. D. D.
Laboratory Department, N, N., 23 Jordan St., Toronto.
For sale by all druggists.
A pure grape cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
is\vorId=wide. No alum,
no phosphatic acid.
There is never a question as to the absolute
purity and healthfullness of the food it raises
This is the Latest Edison
Machine    With   the   New
Cygnet Horn
Come in and hear our 40
new Edison Records for
November. Here are a
few dandies:
No. 285���Stars and Stripes Forever imarch)  . .Sousa's Band
No.   28fi���.Inst   Plain  Folks	
 Ada Jones and Chorus
No. 200���Gypsy Airs	
 Albert Spalding
No.      2!M���Pansies      Mean
Thoughts Dear	
 Manuel
Romaln
No. 296���Lasoa	
 Edgar L. Davenport
No.   297���Just  Before the  Battle,  Mother	
... .Will Oakland and Chorus
J. H. TODD'S Big Music House
LEATHER GOODS
. o       THE  LATEST STYLES   IN    HAND   BAGS,   COLLAR   BAGS,   CUFF   BOXES, CARD CASES, CARD
SETS, BILL  BOOKS, ETC.,     ETC.        SEE    OUR
WINDOW DISPLAY.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONQINE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATCHE8.
Bank of Montreal "The Milwaukee"
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in Lotidou, 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, per
annum (present rate).
Tow. Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WE3TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Model Sign Works
SION, 8CENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
���'The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South Wwt Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains In the service on any
railroad in the world that equal ln
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent
134 Third St., oor. Ald��r. Portland, Or.
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WEDNESDAY
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.
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NA-DRL'-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The   finest,   softest,   sweetest    I
and   best toilet  powders for in
fants  or adults.
I A. MUIR _ CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
��� T";  ���
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORfS
~--2 FELLOWS' BLCCK
GEO.  ADAMS,  Prop.
Exchange
Nice Cottage, central,
for large house.
Lis)   yo.    ; �����    -.-. ;���
:    W. N, KESBITT 8 SON
; Phone 596 650 COLUMBIA ST.
WesfmlnsterModern Business
School
' . ��� living demand
0 j Those  who
-  - -���        in 'b'y-'
1 o ild merits of
Institution be)   ���   .    ...:_������    .
ett
V  . ��� ���������-. o     re for aa   0 ���  "
y  ��� earn bj    attending   oui NIGHT
BCHOOL
��f>"r*t��
A. L. BOUCK, Pr
ipal.
61 O Columbia Street
"Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully re-
,'.-��� thing for bath or toilet, for washing underclothing it is uneqnaled.
Cleanses  and   p niflei
5H DEPOSIT CO., LTD.
HEAD 0F'.r|CE 2Z L0RNE  ST.
Board of Directors'.
T. J. Trapp. President.
T.   S.   Annandale.   First   Vice-
President.
J. J. Jones. Second Vice-President
T. H. Smith.      H. Ryali,
L A   Lewis,      M. M. Xelems,
R. E. Walker, M. D.
Trustees:
Hon. K. McBridi    Pn ��� ler B.C.
Geo. K. Ashu- -   C   lister
F. J, Hart  Managing Director.
K. L \\*<--of,.--. Assistant Mana-
Fishermen    yesterday    secured
I good number of cohoes for I   is
'of the geas n.     The fish are ii_
good condition and much sought afti
��� ;ble use.   The buy-   ���
:"     ents,   some   paying   an   extra   "
for large fish.
A dance will be held in th- E-- ���
Hall, on the llth inst.. a: g p.i
Everybody   welcome.
Tl e special meeting of the boai
trade which was expects to be calie .
today to meet the Vancouver boar-:
has beeen cancelled, no arrangemer/
for the meeting having been reach* I
T  -   meeting wi eld at a later
Repairing    neatly    done    by  D.  F
Quigley at Sinclair's shoe- store.
A Conservative rally was held -
night in the club root:.-    :  thi   C I
s.-rvati'.e club. A few addresses wer-
made and a sor made on the ope:.-
ing of the campaign.
The construction of the large towers over the New Westminster bridg-
to carry the high-tension wires, '������
been delayed owing to a hitch in the
preparation of some of the necessar:-
plans. The work will commence
, next week.
New Brussels and    Axmlnster car-
. pf-ts at Denny k Galloway, house furnishers, 34 Sixth street.
A number of flat cars are being
transformed by the B. C. Electric
Railway Company at the car shops on
Twelfth street, into boarding cars.
These will be used on the construction of the Westminster-Chilliwaek
line during the winter months, when
��� they will be preferable to camps.
Order your bulbs for Spri..? flowers now from Davies. Greenhouse,
t- ���phone  B208. 251-tf
John Acorn, charged with the theft
��� : shingle bolts from a boom near
Port Moody, was brought up yesterday in the district court The case
was further remanded until Wednes-
j day of next week, in order that an
im]   rtanl  witness    may    be secured
f from the north.
For first-ciass cut r.csers _i.-.d any
kind oi Fiora: work, telephone Davies
Gr-^-n:.ouse. R2 ������
v.'. E. Deviney, convicted of selling
to Indians by  Magjsi
yesterday in  toe police court.
' ���   ���  ��� provincial jail '��������� I ���
i he  will   serve  three    a  o       in default of paymi        I the $50 and costs
-��� I      ". n drunks were
 I ' -    if    \ ta
���    rysanthemnms and carnations
Tidy-    ���    .--    Bton      :  .   - ���
��� Phone Ll?4.
A   number    of    changi -
.-���al  an: .   .-
eel  to meet  the grown..
tS  Of  1 ;     ..- 5.        ]   -     .
.- -   oed offlc.       mes     .--.:..
to  i      ..-..-       con
"    n,  the old artillery  room   I
thia    purpose       0-n<
'������rations are also   .:.
For    piano.-,    organs,    .-������-.   .   o
' iin< -    talking mac     ��� -    -
'  . i  |      o   j    ii    T.jdd'j
-  iu.se, Columbia street.
Captain   Mayi   -   b  -   been   no- I
- appointment to the pilot I
In sti    ��� --. n ���     .'.'   R. Gilley, whi -���
��� - gn ation was  tendered Bome time
md accepted recently.     The res-
'. ol .Mr. Gilley was due "
dema.-o:-   gl   Ms   business   preventing
frpm giving thn i.'tf-ntion be de-
Rli-f-d to ti.e pilot board.
The steamer Transfer will here-.:
ter leave the Brackman-Ker wh
for Ladner. Westham Island and waj
points, at 2 u'clock ln the aftern -
Instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
on the follow:ng morning. On Bai
urday she will make an extra rei o
trip arriving in the city in the evening. Trips will be made to Steveston as  the business  warrants. ���*
The   last   shipment   of   materia!   f
e*************4*****************4*******************.
I ll*r     Iciwi.     rillJJ'i-|.  ill     .st     t��."v-  i it.,     .   �����
the  construction of the Lulu Islan !
bridge arrived yesterday, and
��� Monday nexl everything will bi
mm i readiness to start the last part of tl
-   ' I.      ���UI-.1.     ...Ill     ��,.��.....-{,...��    I
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e
Get Your FURNACES AND PLUMBING
Fixed For the Coming Winter.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Cust Block, Front St., New Westminster
********** ***************************************
reaainess to start tne iast pan oi uie
work, which will rieci-ssitati- *'���   i
lng ol  the North Asm channel
tbe completion of the new span
the removal of the old bridge.
.-'. curity���Thai is th<- factor in a
safety deposit vault. Ours are absolute ly perfect In this regard.
may go away and leave yo ir valuable
p ip< : - in these vaults with the tt ���
ins of perfeel w curity. \0 injury
can come from fire, from floods, from
burglar or any other cause. I o
it worth something to you to have
that feeling of perfect security0 iie,.
minion Trust Co.. Ltd.. T. R. Pearson, manager New Westminster
branch.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
N'otice 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, p. C.
GILBERT  TULLOCH.
Port Moody, October 2i. 190,1.
NOTICE.
To whom It may concern:
Take notice that ln accordance with
authority granted by the Department
of Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu island draw bridge at New Westminster, 3. C.i 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.
LULU ISLAND !
We have some very desirable lots'in
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
N0VE"BER 10
asions
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 DlFFERENTNESS. THEIR BEAUTY
AND THEIR EXCLU SI VE N ESS OUR STOCKS ARE PRICED IN SUCH A TEMPTING, ECONOMICAL FASHION
THAT EVERY SENSE OF ECONOMY AS WELL AS
BEAUTY "SAYS BU Y HERE." YOUR WARDROBE Wl LL
NEED RETOUCHING FOR THE COMING SOCIAL SEASON. CHOOSE YOUR GOWN OR THE FABRICS FOR IT
FROM THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF NEEDS FOR
EVENING    WEAR    IN   ALL   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Handsome
New Net
Waists
BE   THE   FIRST  TO   WEAR
THE   NEW   THINGS.
\( ' Waists jusi ������.:::
new designs, handsome black net trimmed
with silk insert! m an . :'��� I
satin ] . - ��� . lined with
silk, long tue, - ��� es.
P  $7.75 and  $9.50
ite      and    ecru    r
In all over   env
o ts, others with guipure trimmings, long tucked
or shirred sleeves lined
with silk throughout. Sizes
32 to 44. Prices $4-50, S5.50,
S5.50, $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
i'o   china   silk in dainty Princess  ?':       ;
of tucked silk and insertion.    Price 	
Whiti   Bilk gown with  front   and   sleeves      :    -
I I Ms of the silk in breteilles   eff-   -
-                J29.75
Wl.,'                        net  lined  on  silk  with    i:
lace; others in ecru Point   d'Esprit,    tucked    -:.
with   full   flounce.    Price     H7.5C
Moll  gowns  in  white, blue, pink and hello, en
in white:  also white "broderie Anglaise."    Som<
piece tucked; net yokes, long sleeves finished wil
���   wrist.     Price             I    -
A Splendid Choice
Wnite and Colored
Evening Dress Fabrics
NUN'S'  VEILING in  pink.   sky.    pearl,    Grey.    Mauve,
Cream   and   White,   per yard 50c to 65c
DELAINE   in  Cream, per yard    50c to 65c
PI..MX   AND   FANCY LI'STUK. 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;   even   yard  guaranteed; per yard ... $1.00 to $2.00
BLACK MOIRE BILKS A new range just to hand, at
per 5  . ���]       $1-00 to $1.75
MES8ALINE BILKS In cream, white, ro.se. sky. pink. etc.
;���     yard        11.00
LIBERTY   SATINS in a full range of colors, per yd. 85c
COLORED BHAUTUNG 33 Inches wide in shades of sky.
pearl, grey, cream, etc. per yard       ..85c
HEAVY WHITE PONGEE, a splendid washing silk
and possessing extra wearing quality per yard    $1.00
STRIPED SURAH SILK WAISTINGS in 5-yard lengths
of striped mauve, grey and wisteria surah, and plaid surah
per yard       *1-50
JAPANliSB SILKs. 27 inches wide in 30 shades, including all the new and popular colors so popular this season, per yard    ��� ��� ��� ���   *>0c
TWENTY-INCH   CHINA   SILKS   ln   a   complete    color
.    25c
SPECIAL   MENTION   b~
SMART   STYLES   IN   ICE
WOOL   SCARFS,   SHAWLS,
ETC..   ETC.
CREAM   SILK   Sl
in a variety of desi-
and    small    sixes
each $1.50 to $6.00
CREAM    SILK   I
TORS.      3-eorner.
pretty fringed e.!.
Each 85c and $^.00
STUNNING    SHOU1
CAPES with balf sh ���
pretty two-toned woe:
light,  warm    and  ;
white, black and Wl
and  white,  bin-  and  ��
Price $2 50 and $3.00
CREAM ICE Wo*
CINATORS in daim
ered   styles       $1. $1.5o   I  _
FINE     LIS! E
AND SILK IH iS!:: .V
ors of pink, bl ���
mauve, canary  nl
Ince or embroidery.   P
Lisle,    35c, to $1.00 a pa
Silk.    $1.00  to  $2.50  .i  ���
BUEDE GLOVES In
and white, in 13 an I l'
ton   lengths..   Pric.-.   >~DU'
$2.75, $3.00 per pair.
SILK   GLOVES   II
of black, white, copi I
sky.   mauve,     pink.   >
Price, pair . . ��� $1-00 t0 $2'����
FINE LINEN HANDK
CHIEFS,  plain  hemstitci
others with lace and ':
dered   edges.     Somi
cross   bars;   others  '���'
with floral corners^ P" e;
t-    i 20c tc  ���-
Each
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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