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UXSTER   B   r.. FRIDAY  MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1909.
FiVh i.'KX'l S  PKR  CO
I ESTATE WO
AFFECTS EASI END
^parties Purchased For In-
Ltrial  Development -
hank Block Again Sold.
1 nir
ikAMilSG BATES FOK
NOMINATING CANDIDATES
Politicians    Busy   in    Coming   Week���
Present   Member   Says   He   Will
Be   Candidate   Again.
Di_MiS.ES
A
SCAFFOLD FALLS
WliFI THREE MEN
tin Fast Reach-j Accident at New Sapperton
-The Throne j    Signal Tower Through De-
The first, move in this ciiy in thi
coming campaign for the provincial
bouse will be taken tonight when the
Independent Labor party will bold a
meeting to decide whether thej Bhall
_wv run in the West Knd pm a candidate Into the field. It is
',traw":'" ��� .    the dty( gtated in well Informed quarters thai
1 tbe "I'I" e..,-i���., in  one or two men would  be willing  to
offer  themselves.
Thomas Gifford. If. P, P., states
that he will again be a candidate for
nomlnadon ln the Conservatlvi con
ventlon, which will probablj be held
next   week.
The Liberals are holding B meeting
this  evening     to    decide     when  their
Be attention ol -     '  "le tove*
.J agents is ' ^ the
important   deals  bavlng in
mi nt    were
in Danger.
i
ed hi
Telegraph
21.���,\    dispatch re-
������!���>>   by  the  Exchange
Madrid
fective Bracing.
PLA.Siliif. VAUKANT
DELD AS IMPOST!K
Appeals to Clergymen as Sufferer by
Alleged  Massacre  in  Armenia���
Police   Have   Doubts.
BRiCKMAKING
PLANT EOR QAVBURN
I,, indastrla
Acted yesterd
lO,-;.' ���.,���   .-���laser
--,���, V- a :       0'   *28-( ���  ,or
���rtrial    n lb,y,a s?'"
"*  The   vendoi was a local in-
The ��� | thi   transfei
mm
feel of wa-
Tl p ii of thi   $30,000 signal  ;p.wei  oi     lh.     tracks n< ai   the
Madrid    says    the Sapperton   Postofflce,  fpu    the  Great
Spanish cai         .,-. resigned and thai   Northern   Railway,   was   marred  yes-
Lccented thei,  res- ^rdaj by a scaffolding accldenl as a  witnesses until this morning.
' cpnsequence ol which three men are     ()1"   curious letter has been found
lin the Royal Columbian hospital, among his possessions when he was
They  arc:      Tom  Stevenson, mar-  searched   at   the station.      It   is  ad-
King   \v
ll Da   int
Demanded   by   King
The police succeeded in apprehend
lng the mysterious beggar who bad
been imposing, it is Bald, on various
clergymen and others In the city, ami
at the city police courl yesterday he
was remanded tor the production of
Permission Granted J. C.
Maclure to Buy Crown
Land in Fire Clay Belt.
Iior    ���' ' '\l''n,li'uld nominating convention shall be held
J K '- '   'ill, Hv ""*' T��-��da, .his dty. in common
Lv. '    ' :   ' ' ,nt,' with the whole province,  will be In
g*   ��� ,V,      nd 'be throes of    the    campaign, which
|l   "" !l ' ,   '    L,,,' '." promises to be hotly  contested, and
h-  North. hlch    both    run __,  a walkoV(,,. affaJ_        ^ ^^
.      ....     v.mcii     �����.     .-.   not   .,  wa]kover
M - ��� '    ���!h"' w! ''   vatives  state
, :. the opposite
t,, a Vancou
I the cabinei came r,"d' anklea    '""''���      Charlie Bloom-
express de nti 1uU<   sln'i,''- back ,,M"-    Qui*   John-
Immediately follow- ��>n single back Bpralned seriously.
All are Swedes, and members ol a
(5. N R, bridge gang, to A ofl to as
slst in the carpentei work on the
n.w signal tower. Thej arrived
thte. weeks ago, and had beer hoarding ; i the Victoi la Housi In Sapper-
toi
Tl  ���    signal    towi ���
about
of King
"g the ai ol their resignations Alfoni ��� ,\ int,, a confi i
ence wiih hit rs with a view ol
st li i ting an - w premier, who
"ill be able tt i mble another cabinet. Upon p i olci to be made
.depends the futun nf the Spanish
pis the ( onsen throne
dressed from New York, and address
es the man who ga\e his name as 3
F. Parsons, as dear cousin, and Is
signed F. Hansen. It gives a circumstantial account tif the murdei  ol cei
H is probable thai another large
plant wm he established In the near
future for the purposi o] exploiting
the great beds of flre clay, near Matsqui, rrom which Clayburn takes its
name
At the present time the Vancouver
Fire ciay Company, which some years
ago iiinii a 1426,000 plain neat the
beds Is the onlj Institution working
thi  produce of these beds,     Notice Is
The appointmenl of a Con-
ii  Bpacious  $6000 demanded for her release.
to! Brt'iit-"-
i solicitor
fiile he   has not    authorized any
JLpni fi      ��� was acting. U
"i.v  ... .    Rupert   Meat
many i::V''   P '"     " ''    ""' 1;in(1
4, j...... . abbatoir and
L_i .   ; v        the property in
(Df.r future.    For such an Indus-
��� tlcularly good.
llle E.trk ol Con mi rei   hlock and
told i'-ii   ���NVv-        )Ck-  which  re
Fell   Down   Elevator   Shaft.
Spokane. Oct. 21.���Falling down an  .
elevator shaft  at  the  Crescent  Btore an open revolution alreadj
yesterday, p, r,  whit.-,    managei  of     It is a known fact that Alfonso does
picture and wallpaper department !not  want to appoint a Liberal to the
he store, and a nephew of A. 1.   premiership    li he should do so. how-
White of the Spokane & Inland Rail-
th
of the  store
road,
and
. poi
was Instantly killed
Ministers  Must  Not  Smoke.
Savannah, Oa., Oct 21.���The use ol
Lybfioiv              Ellis family ln tobacco by ministers win be barred If
1^.;                      mer block of the wishes of the Women'a Board of
I                            to   Hugh   Mc- Home Missions of ilie Methodist F.pis-
luij two   weeks   ago, have been copal church, south, are carried oul
,-jgli F. 1   Hart & Co. to B. B. by   the     general     conference.       The
|._r_il 0( Vlcl irla     The price is question  was the theme of a spirited
ited  bul  Mi    McDonald   gave debate    at    today's    session  of    the
��� irchased the bank board.
���gm recently   The two buildings ,���__	
Jincrt have a fr >ntage of 60 feet
I Columbia and Front streets and a
Wh io Sixth street of 132 feet. Dla-
1 _ Corbould acted  for the ven-
I FATAL SHOOTING   ACCIDENT.
ACTIVITY INCREASES
IN ULLOOET DISTRICT
Her
I'YL'-y fo/t'lu   "fructure to replace the presem I I   brother and father  started oui   with
Liberals and tn _?���_������. the "st   bul,d,nS' and   : antlt5   ��"  '""'   a  ,,a,,y  t0  ber rellef'  aml  ,,f'""""1'
���al s_d an?-m lift .    demon   '''''"   b,ock8 :'"";,,,v made '""' ,"""  SP��a1'^'' **f ������� in �� ����� wher*
.hkfbhave    neari. SediaB8embled   H"^"    t0    ""    structure, their   enemies   overtook    them, and
1  upon whicl, the unfortunate men fell   slew them all.     Others of the famllj
when  the    accldenl    occurred.      All had been    rendered   seriously ill by
had  gone    well till    about  6:16 p.m.  news,  and   all   their  property   seized
yesterday when  without  warning  the  The writer naively  winds up bj   the
plank upon which the three men were   statemeni   thai   the     money   Parsons
standing  flxing the eaves trough col-  lpf�� with him had heen lost in stocks,
lapsed and   precipitated them to the ami prays for "his dear cousin to for-
ground.      Johnson     was    badly      n- give hlm.''
.  Jured ami the others less so.     Upon
and- tte arrival of the ambulance from the
city  the three men were at once re
moved to tli" Royal Columbian hospital   where  they   are  doing  as   well  as
can be expected.
The cause of the  aci Idi nl   i? sup-
ever. "Butcher" Weyler, who has
bei n p xtremelj at live In the Liberal
ranks, will probablj be the man The
country is in a state bordering on
chaos, ptnd the sudden resignations of
the cabinet members
Ing that the actions were expected,
has merelj Intensified the situation.
Faces  Severe   Crisis,
openly     acknowledged   that
It
is
|l��ander Syms  Receives   Charge   of
Shot  in   Head.
He provincial police were notified
iterday ol a fatal shooting accl-
|��USumas In which a lad of that
���rtCAi'v- . MSi aged i'i was
BWty his companion, Colin Fraser.
II.-1 ids were oul duck shoot-
pud young Fraser arranged with
ftompanlon to He down if the
Hew, Syms did so but In bis
idtemem suddenly jumped up and
Mveda chari :..,; in the head
P. :..::. : .1 ,n11 v
ll.
Prospects Bright for Big  Development
in  Mining  Properties  In the
Upper   Country.
Barkervllle, Oct. 1:1.��� (Special correspondence.)���The increasing mining activity in this section lias resulted in bringing Into the neighbor
hood an influx of people interested in
mining. Among them is D. C Pax-
ton, of Cincinnati, O., who Is develop
lng the Wayside group of mines.
.   p,   he found that  Speaking of the inspection of miiiiii.
B- ' -     - p-   ue   iiraiKi   mai      ��� ��� , .
<���-: :��� id hastened for Properties opened up and In the de-
(kWe to    ,,v   the   bodv   home,  velopment stages on I ridge river and
_*<���� noi .   In  this "district.  C'lldwallader  creek,     he    states   that
P����l ' were notified and ������* dl"rl p hf'" "f territory on upper
tafrst, || Hold an in<,uest.  Brld^ river will prove to be a con-
BFrui son    of Daniel  sprv;i,lvf' flpld of mining investment.
ms '   Officer     at      Tllf>   regularity   of   values   and   the
persitence   ot  ore   bodies   Is   remark-
  able  as  witnessed  by   the  Ben  d'Or.
Lorne. Wayside, and others, where
development work has been done sufficiently for inspection.
The territory is probably the only
distinctly defined free-milling belt In
British Columbia and future develop-
!ment will undoubtedly expose many!
ore bodies, not now traceable on account of the exceedingly heavy overburden.
The advent of railway    transport*
tlon    will  make a busy camp ln the I
terrl'.ory
II SIR JOHN A.
WOULD BE LONELY
li .:.        tijn'lll\ _l<. n liw v* i.'ilfci'Ll     ilirti -.--sw     %,___.ul     v.     .ii'       >��������� -.\     ���;_     ^������-_-
Spain now face's a crisis as acute as posed to be that the scaffolding had
the one brought on by the execution uot been braced    sufficiently to bear
of Prof.  Francisco  Ferrer, al   Barci the weight of the men. all of whom
lona. were active men from 26 to 36 years
I'i ..min.nt  diplomatists express the "f age, and of sturdy build.
opinion  thai  the appointmenl of the     It  will bi    necessary    to send for
premier to snipped  Maui;,  will  Indi- *nnic mon  carpenters in order not to
cate whether Alfonso   l'PilU  was en-jtW  uj   the  work  owing to all  being
raged,  because  he  w;,s  cold tiie true involved   in  the  accident.      The  dis
details regarding    Ferrer's   case, oi tafcce the men fen   s about 20 feet
simply took the action  he did againsl
Maura and the cabinet for the reason
that   he fea-ed    his    subjects  would
hold   hlm   personally     responsible   foi
NATIVE  SONS  IN  SESSION.
*he death of thr economist
Successful   Evening   Includes   Progres
sive Whist Party.
���.M the monthly meeting of the Na-
The Mystic Bhrlners f>f the prov-Jtive Soil. Post N'o. 4, las' ni_ht. Chief
Ince assembled al a grand !>pill at the*,Pactor A. W. Gray In the chair, sev-
Lester hall, Vancouver, last evening, eral applications were received for
at which a number of members nf the membership, and three balloted upon.
order attended from this costume. At the close of the lodge business a
The Imposing costumes of this order progressive whist party followed,
presented a Striking contrast to con- there being six tables, and Lorne
ventlonal  evening dress. Sharpe won the honors.      At the sup-
siannai account oi  the murtiei  ol cer- ;-���
tain relatives, presumablj Armenians "lw" '","'" '"m'nl ls*'"' <_f>�� l)l-
hy the Kurds In Asia Minor. -\.- ","7"'' ''"���'"'; however, to the effeci
cording to the story which la most thal ",' Dominion governmenl bas
touching in Its detail's, the prisoner's Y"A i" ""'-"" to J. C. Maclure
sister was seized as a hostage, and of Vancouver ... purchase the southeast quarter ol Bection 80, township
19, vis! of the coast meridian. This
land is situated neai the base ol Sumas mountain, not fai trom the flre
clay beds, now worked bj the Vancouver company.
The land is of no value for agricultural purposes, consisting for the
most part of precipitous sandstone
vocks, and the purchase price i^ consequently sei ai $i an acie,
To necure the land al this price the
purchaser must agree to ereel upon
the property a plant capable of turning out at least riiiiiu brick a week,
and moreover, this plant must be in
operation and must have produced
not less than 300,000 brick within
three years of tlie date of the completion  of the sale.
The reservation and sale will be as
usual subject to tbe rights of the
province in regard to minerals which
may be found to exist on  the land.
On the strength of this letter the
man  is  alleged   to  have  begged,  and
in some cases was dumb, In others he
wore  when   cash  did  not    come  his
way.      He  may be an  Armenian, but
the chief of police has a shrewd suspicion  he never saw the Orient.    His
xplanatlon of his dumbness is that
ho receipt of the news partially paralyzed bim.
FISHING SEASON
APPROACHES CONCLUSION
Steelh��ads   Ate   in   Demand,   But   the
Supply   Remains   Small���Cohoes
Still  in  River.
The fishing season for this year Is
rapidly drawing to a close, and a
week or so more is expected to And
most of the nets out of the water.
Kvery day a large uumber of men
There will be a Bpeclal meeting of per a number of impromptu speeches beach their boats for the winter and
the city council this evening at which were made. A special committee has |ianE their nets to dry. The reason
a number .if mattei.- will come up for heen named for the next mee'ing to Ifor the cessation of fishing is to be
consideration, including the report arrange for a social evening, and to found In the tact that the sockeyes
from the city engineer with reference make the November meeting a reccrd |an(] spring salmon are no longei al
to the  proposed Incinerator. one. their  best,  and  fire  being  refused  by
_____________________^         .���.the buyers.     Dog salmon are not In
much demand and only command a
small price. Red spring are only re-
!f|tilred In all quantities, arid the only
'fish which find a good mark'-t are fl"'
steelheads and the cohoes. For the
'former the fishermen receive ob
cents, and for the latter. 15 cents.
The had weather and tbe small
number of marketable fish caught In
jthe nets at this time of year make
[the life neither pleasant nor profitable for a large number of boats.
In the county court yesterday the
case of I.citch vs. Harrison River
ShlngU Co. came up for hearing, but
was ordered to stand until further notice, on request Of Mr. Douglas, acting for the defence. In county court
chambers an order was made by
Judge Howay for probate in the case
of tbe estate of Mary Mannerlng.
A meeting of the Labor men of the
city has been called for this evening
to consider the nomination ��f a candidate to contest the riding In the
coming provincial elections. There
are nt present no names mentioned In
this connection.
["* County   (Ont..   Character   De-
,ir��il a Stat.
Grja*.
tue  Beside  That  of
Canadian.
LIBERALS, ATTENTION.
A meeting of the Liberals will be held tonight
at the Liberal Club rooms, Daily News Block, at
8 P. M., for the purpose of arranging the date of
the convention.
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The steamer Georgia of the Canadian Mexican line arrived In port
yesterday and tied up at tbe Brunette
mills, where she will load 200,110(1 feet
of lumber for Mexican ports. A carload 'if tallow from the east and a
quantity of small freight will also be
taken from this port. The Georgia
took on a small consignment of
frel_ht   at   Chemainus.
STUDENTS WILL HOLD
MIMIC PARLIAMENT
I Toronti
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��� U.  S.   Veteran   Dead.
v.���'v vears Rochester.   N.   Y..   Oct.     21.���MajOT
���'���  *"" General    Elwell    Stephen    Otis died
' " ��� wen' 'ere- last  night of debility, combined
lp,      Leeds. .,            . .,.,,-,   ,.o!(|      Maj0- General
When    be 0       began   his  cart er  In  thi    U   S
Heavy   Fire   Loss   in   Dayton
Dayton,  O.,  Oct.  21���Fire breaking
out  early  today  In   tbe  plant of  the
Computing   Scale   company   destroyed
KING   EDWARD  OPENS NEW VOLCANO  BREAKS the   hig    storage   company's    building
MONTREAL   INSTITUTE FORTH   IN   CALIFORNIA   adjoining  and  one  of  the    strictures
    of tbe Big Four frleght stations.   The
Montreal. Oct.  21.���The  Royal  Ed-      Bl Centro, Cai., Oct. 21.���News was   pasteur-Chamberlln   Filter     company j
ward Institute   wns   opened at 2:30 recel    I bere lasi night of the break- m(]  ,(,,.   Klee  Bottling works
this afternoon  by    the    King's own ing forth of a new    volcano In    the   .irtually  destroyed.    Tbt
hand pressing a telegraph key at Chi- Volcano    lake    district,    twenty-four tj,,mted at  .750,000
Royal    Columbian     College    is    Now
in the Throes of a  Hotly Contested Election.
were
loss   is   's
An undercurrent of excitement  prevails   the   corridors   and   class-rooms
of    Columbia    college    this    week,    f-1"
the students are in  the  throes of an
election,   in   which   tbey   are  as  earn-
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ll    'v.s I
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' .   uraa foun i
i    v    property  to
to hold it In
monej   With
ii..,. tor pt
army  in   1861,
THOCSANDS DROWN
IN FLOODS ON OANfiES
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Chester Park, England.     The electric miles soutl   of Calexico in Lov     I
spark Bashed Instantaneously   across ifornla.     Albert    Rot.
the Ath,-..tic.  the doors of the Instl- of   a large   cattle ranc i   telephoned
i ,                               ished  onl from   his  camp   at Bis
..���ars mid Britain's majestic flag the    volcano    bet mat     ictl ������  today,
unfolded to the breeae, all ri I emitting flame and sulphurous fumes
one touch of His Majesty's hand.    At from a crater twenty feet  in dlame-
��� p,,   same moment thi   guard of honor ter on  the shores of    Volcano lake.
Of the First Prince Of Walea Fusiliers The  Old     volcanoes     in     this  district
WILL COMPLETE WIRING
BI NOVEMBER 15
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a or "to keep
Sir  John  A.
| I / Sir
'      ' -   Kl-gston.
i learned the na
'are of th
f'IStP.
he objected    to
T,wl" ��� ed to act as
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..-*> '"Hows:
WV"'   ' '  3h:U1  h:lv^  ""���
ttZ -lm5 ���
Tornado in East Bengal Causes River
to  Overflow   its  Banks���Stream
Choked   With   Corpses.
of which the king is honorary colonel,
presented arms and the military band
played tbe National Anthem.
Papal   Secretary   III.
Rome.   Oct.     21.���Papal     Secretary
Del Vai Is today recovering from convulsions he suffered last night, as the
1 ���Between result  of  taking  an  overdose of  an
'obesity  cure,    which   had    been  P'"
have  been  covered  with  flood  waters
r.,i  several weeks.
Another Japanese Bank Fails.
San Francisco, Oct. 21.���Alden Anderson stH'e superintendent of banks
today closed the Industrial bank, a
Japanese Institution at Fresno, Cai.
The hank lias $52,000 on deposit and
a  reserve of $26,000.      Deficiency  in
Calcutta, India,  Oct          %   ...
���rty Into mon-  five and ten    thousand    nanus na itw for him   Hjs condition Is not .loans   were  given   as   the  causes   for
the same ln    a perished  in  an  East   Bengal tornaao, gprlous closing the bank.
Work   Progressing   Rapidly   on   First
Section   of   B.   C.   E.   R.   Chilliwack Extension.
Cl
sh
"fftiDon. alld  h<-   ,hai'   then according    to a few    exhausted rem
'" lor th   a '"'"''' competent art- gees arriving at. Calcutta today.
A''" >!1'l   execration I    Scores    of    bodies    blown    ui  the
ronjgT4 '  '"'    ot    myself Ganges by the force of the 8"��-m. are
1,1 be ere ,    'ha" l|n>('ure the same floating  down  the  river.
Kln��aton A "'   r|le'  d,y   P'^k    at |    A number of Europeans lived in tne
Mr tv,     ;l s,u;'inle site."                 stricken district and it Is feared tnat
ft"   he.    * the    solicitor for ,they, too, have perished in tin' stl"'m-
Dtoaght C�� '8    that     hei    According to the few survivors ar-
Will Make Use of Radium
For Treatment of Cancer
'"BUI   Clnt ���-.-...(,        v-uui. U_  I        _kV.l.Ul U1S16     MJ     _,.     .-"     	
*be_ he Y yn s nun<l waa unsound  riving here today the fields i
hav'e anvti.i'n'' 'n   He refused to are strewn    with debris   am
' '    with It.
_r ���
ln< toy hi
for oUes
amt bodies. I no(pd   physldana  and   surgeons   have
Hundreds of homes have been waanea __^    ^_ __,���,,������ ���r���0���i,/atir.n
whom John Cannon away and the survivors are uow   ac:-
���'  hi
:::  :���    ,���
New York.  Oct.  21���A  number  of the radium. The  flrst hospital  where
���     - cancer patients nre to be treated will
���  will,    refused   lng   death   hy   pestilence   and   starva
**��*I��__h   ���"''  ''i)surd  '" make'tlon.
....   "    "on of hiss !*,-���..-     n���_ I     t.,���    .~..���.,.s���     ���,o_     followed  by  a
J0" fcaTtaM1.?0 ot hlB money.   Can I   The   tornado    ��,.
bet"irleVi!   'llni ����ai  he
!t0t> Piirk
announced the tentative organization
of the American Radium Institute, to
be devoted to the treatment of cancer iml slmllur diseases. Tbe object
! wanted to storm of terrific proportion and this ,��� ,,1(. ass0ciation is not com",prd"'
,! lOffin. wrought as much havoc as 'he i'-nw-  and  (,|ans to conquer cancer thtough
erected   in  King- 'to which    descended    auddenly   u��'��  the   .pplication of radium.
Wter ,,,. p      Dagarvel   in   a  the natives. Supplies of    pitchblende    for manu
'ar WnVnn'''   "and  if it Is a  facture are to be drawn from Colora
'       ,:irp| .""s"11' in  the garb  he'     London    Oct    21-The     Southwest-  do and
8*"w    .I;.1,.���'���"-P-.H. twenty er_��Tr_-_o? iSlway   was ���-   '��    'nl��al   !����*-.. of
'">     th_    . '      tllllv     he    ������     sitsssnt.,., I..      .         -        ..
the other
Initial    .
'sive of lien, or. all told, for Y-'--'- "''-
be In this city nnd lt Is considered
probable tbat another will be established, possibly In Chicago.
The market price of radium Is
$1000 for ten milligrams, or approximately $2,700,000 a pound. The new
institute plans to manufacture sufficient radium to be able to supply It
to practitioners throughout the country. The scientists who place such
great faith in radium and who are establishing the institute are not only
The wiring gangs of the B. C. Electric railway, under the direction of
general foreman H. M. Abercrombte
are working hard in their endeavors
to complete the electrification of the
Cloverdale section by November 15.
The work Is completed for three
miles from the bridge, to the second
crossing of the Scott road, and this
portion ls ready for operation when
desired. Trolley wire has been strung
across the Westminster bridge, but
the high tension wires cannot be
strung until the towers are erected
on the bridge.
The low tension wires will be carried under the river by cables, work
on the laying of which will commence
today under the supervision of Mr.
Fitzgerald. There are now employed
on the wiring of tl,e section a gang
of 76 men, and today it is expected
that a powerful 60 ton electric locomotive recently received from tbe
cast will be put on the branch to
ooerate the work cars as far as pos
1 _ . ��� _   _  l��n.-.Hl,st H'lll
providing the necessary funds, but sfble, leaving the steam locomotives
will devote much of their time to'_r_e to work on the grading ana
promoting the success of the affair. L^ laying.
provincial  or  federal  polities.
Columbian college la to have a mock
parliament, where the needs of the
province   will   be   fully   debated   and
conclusions reached, which, might Well
pointers to the gennlne assembly,
Two nominations have been made for
premier; and this aftei noon   -
eral  meeting of the Literary so<
the candidates win place their cii
to election to office before the ''tec-
tors.
R. Braden w! ' expound the Conservative platform and R. Laidley will
place the Conservative tjrinciples before the meeting. A poll will then
be taken and the winner of the greatest number of votes will be called upon to form a cabinet. Professor Burwash has been named as speaker, and
the speech from the throne has been
set  for Friday, Nov.  29.
The B. C. Distillery at Sapperton
recommenced manufacturing yesterday after being down for the summer
months. The distillery closes every
year during the summer, but this
year the closed season was prolonged
owing to the non-arrival of frain from
the prairies. This has now been received. The grain used Is Alberta
wheat, and the shipment which has
just arrived Is of the Alberta Red variety. Barley ls used for malting
purposes.
Enthusiastic Liberal Meeting.
The leader of the opposition, John
Oliver had an enthusiastic reception
at the' Muntr'-ml hall, South Vancouver last evening, when he spoke at
length on the railway policy. Among
those attending from thla city was
Alfred Hardman. Mr. Oliver leaves
this city today for Chilliwack where
he will speak on the political situation.
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Stevenson, Art_ ir
Stevenson   Arth n
Dickinson, Robert
Dickinson. Robert
Bake,-   Jane
Dickinson, Robert (Est.)
Baker, Jane 	
Ho .igate, B. K<rr   	
V   0   _ B.  Corporation
Coote, Joeias    	
Coote  .I'/r.y&r,	
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:- ilngdestre, John	
Cunningham, Mary J.  ...
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McQ tarrte, .V H	
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Hoy, Marion	
H mdcock, V.TIIIam A. ...
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R. <i Bishop of N. w. ..
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Brymner, Oeorge
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Rogers, Sarah (Est)
Brown, V. A. _ 0. B.
Qnllty, Thomas ... .
Dynes, r'ba.s. H. (Est.)
Martin. Geo. E ... .
Dynes, Chas. H. (Estl
Coyette, Joseph B. .
Leamy, James	
Holmeo, Aurdle J.   . . .
Livingstone,   Simon
Swanson, Alfred  ...   .
Swanson, Alfred  ...   .
McBride, Arthur H.   (Est)   ...
MacKenzie, Donald C	
.MacKenzie, Donald C	
MacKenzie, Donald C	
MacKenxie, Donald C	
i Montelth,   Fred    	
i>ewin, Thomas J	
. Brown.  Newton  R	
McGinn,  Charles     	
(Lawrence, Bessie	
Smith,  Prank   P	
McDonald, Hugh  	
McDobald, Hugh  	
McDonald, John D. B	
Lynch.  Mary  L	
i Lynch, Mary L	
Knight Lucy K	
Talt   Violet   w	
Mathers, Mary E	
Ir<:wln.   VV.   It.   (Est)    	
Waatell, Mary E	
Peters, Henry VV	
feck, Mary S	
McAskill, Katharine V	
Bagtes, Charles  	
Collard,  William H	
h'ri-i-Hi-.   John   K    (Kst.)    ...
Levering, Bdward   	
Boughen, Bdmund J	
BnnlS, Martha	
Turnbull,  Martha  K  .
ArtriHtron^, Jos.  C.  arid   Kale
L'-wIh,  Clara   B	
Lewis,  Clara  E	
Daniels, Ethel B	
Ia'wIh, Clara  E	
Hoy, Marion  	
Coutts, Alexander	
Fitzgerald, Edwin it	
Bonson,  Jemima   	
Holy   Trinity   Parish   	
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Daggett,  Samuel   VV	
DaggeU, Samuel W	
Jones, Emma k	
Keary,  Mary C	
y. o. & s. Corporation	
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Ewln, Hannah	
Gray,  A.   Wells	
Lord, Jessie, I). H	
Mutton.  10. A	
Mutton. K. A	
Keary, Mary c	
Disney,   Harold   	
Gaynor, Florence M	
McDonald, Roderick C	
McDonald,   Roderick   C	
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Crelgftton, Margaret N.
Creighton,   Margaret   N.   .
Johnson,  William  E.   ...
Martin, Mary   	
Walmsley,  Christina  S.   .
Jones, J. Harold   	
Bartley, Charles E	
English, M. M.  (Est)   ...
English, Mary F	
English, Mary F	
English, Mary F	
James A.   1 Est 1
Adelaide J.   ...
Howard   L.   ...
Howard L. ...
James ���..
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IDeBeck,
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Cunningham,
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Campbell.  J.  E.   .
Debeck, Elizabeth
Blrrell, Bella F.  .
Bella  F.   .
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Arthur   .
Harrtette
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Laleafa vv. .
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Blrrell,
Smith.
Malins,
Mallns.
Gray,
Gray,
Mallns,  Arthur   	
Bank of Montreal	
Bank of Montreal	
Curtis, David  S	
Curtis.  David  S	
Lewis.  Lewis   A	
Lewis.  Lewis  A	
Gr-- .  ���aleah  VV	
Ayiing,  Hy.  J	
Dolg, Arthur	
Dolg. Arthur	
Col.  Methodist College	
Col. Methodist College	
Col. Methodist College	
Col. Methodist College	
Sabourln.   Mary   	
Frizzell, Mary	
Mokay. Barbara S	
Mokay, Barbara S	
Col   Methodist  College   ...   .,
MacKenzie, Marg. C	
Mayers, Jos. and Mann, Geo.
Mayers, Jos. and Mann. Geo.
Turnbull,   Janet   M	
Turnbull,  Janet   M	
Fletcher. Sidney A	
Kirkland, Letltla	
Brown,   Hy.   o	
Bole,   Eveline   M.
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Greig,
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Edmonds, Ella K.
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McLeod, Kuth S	
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Knight, M. J., and Doekrill, F. M.
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OCTOBER 22, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
g^TSTREET_SEWER LOCAL IMI'UljVEMENT BY-LAW (Continued)|HAY MOVE BODY
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Smith, ll. Neville
Quest,  .Jane   ...   .
DeBeck, Elizabeth
*;11��� st, Jane  ...  .
DeBeck,  Elizabeth
Grant, Thomas ll
Nlchol, George ..
Patterson,  Jean..
Patterson, Jean,.
Parley, Bryan M.
Farley, Bryan M.
i lotton, Annie...  .
Collon, Annie...   .
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K.-niiey. Amy  L
Budge, .lohn	
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Bayer, Robert...
Sayer.  Robert   . .
MacKenzie. Prank
Bourne, Hy. A. ,.
Lewis.  Thomas ,1.
Webber, Edgar L.
Webber, Edgar L
Shaw,   Harry  T.   .
Shaw.  Harry  T.   .
Courtney, .Jos.-ph.
I Courtney, Joseph.
Courtney, Joseph.
Courtney, Joseph.
Lord,  James.   . . .
Lord, James.  ...
I Bergland, Carl J. .
Kellington.  A.   lv,
Arundel, Elllol G.
Calbick, John A. .
Calblck, John A .
Calbick, John A .
McKenzie, John ...
McKenzie.   Fanny.
McKenzie.  Fanny.
Arundel, Clara. . .
Johnston,  Stewart
Johnston
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_  Hogan, Thos. R.
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McNee, Duncan ....
Dauphlnee, Isabella
Goodfellow, William
Good, el low, William
Parrott, Katie	
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Eastman, Hy. A ,,.
Rees.  Richard   ...   .
iOliver. Elizabeth   .. .
j Cross. Ellen   	
|Cross, George B.  ...
Cross, George B   ...
Edmonds, Hy. L.   ...
Bourne, Hy. A	
Bourne. Hy. A	
Bourne.  Hy. A	
Edmonds, Hy. L. ...
|Gorman, Robert   ...
Gorman,   Robert   ...
Wliberg, Borger  ...
Wliberg,   Borger   . . .
Jones. Hy. A	
Jones,  Hy. A	
Wade,  John   	
Wade, John   	
Patterson, Helen  G.
Patterson.  Robert G.
Goodfellow.   William
Goodfellow,  William
Swence��ki.  Paul   . . .
j Morton, John	
Morion. John	
j Loree, James
| Loree, James
: Loree, James
! Craig,  Walter
, Reid, Grace  	
i Reid, Grace	
'. Clarke. Ira W	
pSwanson.  Alfred  H.
Swanson.  Alfred  H.
Swanson.  Alfred  H.
McPhall, Alex. M.  ...
Wadi. Amy   	
���Harrison, Herbert W.
Sloan,  Catherine  E.
McKenna. Anthony J.
McKenzie. Duncan E.
Watson, Bertha C.  . .
Kirk. Louise   	
Budge,  'ohn   	
Banton. Fred W.   . . .
Banton. Lucy   	
Campbell. Colin S.   ..
Lane.  James  M.   ...
Cunningham, James
Jones. Stephen H.    .
Lane. William	
McKenzie, Duncan
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per ci mum.
,;- 1 debc nture maj both as to
principal and Interest be payable in
any plac in Gn a; Britain, In the
jUnlted States ol America, or In Canada, and may be expn ed In Sterling
money or In any othei currency and
maj be mail.- payable In gold and the
4.38 amount to be raised then by shall be
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8.66 |nection with said Improvements and
"ini-* and toi no other purpose whatever.
7. If at any time
ers Of the said real
before described or
desire   In   commute
hereby   Imposed   by
his.  her or  their
Or  shares  of  the
principal  sum  in
Of WILLIAM PENN
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illusli ious Man From Eng-
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of such  sum as  may  he  necessary   to
realize al the end ol the currency of
such debenture pi  sum equivalent  to
the balance then unpaid of the said
special   rale  thereon,
8. All monies arising out   of    the
said   annual     special
monies     received     In
thereof under   the preceding Bection
j shall   be   deposited   in   the    Savings
| Bank of some chartered Bank.
9. Kvery debenture to be Issued
hereunder shall contain a provision
in the following words: "i his Debenture or any interest therein shall
not after a certificate of ownership
has been endorsed therein by the
Treasurer of the Corporation be transferable except by entry by the
Treasurer or his Deputy in the Debenture   Registry   Book   of   Hie   said
Corporation."
Hi. The amount of the special rate
levied hereunder shall be added to
ithe taxes for the financial year In
which such rate is assessed and lev-
led and such special rate may be col-
g.66 lected In every respect as ordinary
8.66jloans or real property taxes of the
8.66 City of New Westminster and may be
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8.66 rebate shall be allowed on the amount
levied hereunder.
11. The Corporation of the City of
Xew Westminster doth hereby guarantee the monies and interest thereon
to be raised under the authority of
this  By-law.
12. The Corporation shall contribute the sum of Eight Thousand One
6.93|Hundred   ($8,100.00)   dollars   towards
0.93 ! the cost of the said work.
13. This By-law shall come into
operation and take effect on the 30th
day of October A.D. 1909.
11.   This  By-law  may  be cited    as
the "First  Street Sewer    Local    Im-
i_ssessement By-law. 1909."
Done and passed in Open Council
this 11th day of October, 1909.
KEARY,
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London, Oct. 21.���A renewed proposal to remove the remains of Illustrious William I'enn from the peaceable little burial ground at Jordans,
near Chalfont St. Giles, In Bucks, to
'the States, has created a good deal of
interest in that country. The project
'Is summarized in the following, whieh
I has been issued to Americans, large
numbers of whom have visited the
'sin ine during the past, few months
and ure still making a pilgrimage to
the spot:
"Thai Americans sliould desire to
have in their midst the bones of him
whose memory they so earnestly revere is a sentiment which the greai
man's fellow-countrymen now living
cannot lightly ignore. Profoundly
Impressed oy the noble character, the
sterling deeds and the Inestimable
fate and all worth of the man who founded the
vitation peat Colony of Pennsylvania toward
the end of the seventeenth century,
the American of today. Inspired by-
reverential awe. cannot be blamed if
he wants more than a mere pilgrimage to the shrine of his Idol will give.
"Such motives which give rise to
the desire, not an unnatural one when
all is considered, do not spring from
any wish to rob England of all that
is left of one of her noblest sons, but
are the outcome of a pure esteem for
the memory of the man who. fired by
tne spirit of republicanism and guided
by noble precepts and doctrines, combined with a fearlessness of character, a generous nature and a stout
heart, was foremost ln laying the
foundation upon which much of
America's greatness has risen."
The last occasion upon which overtures of this description were made
was as far back as the year 1881. The
negotiations then made for the removal of William Penn's remains
were unsuccessful.
There seems every probability that
there will be even stronger resentment to any such project at the present time. Not only are the members
of the Society of Friends In England
averse to the Idea, but many others
who are admit ers of WUUam Penn
Would strongly oppos. the proposal.
Sunlight Soap���absolutely
pure���saves clothes trom injury hands from roughness���
life from    /""\.    drudgery.
Classified Advertisements.
WANTED.
WANTED���POSITION. BY YOI'TH
16 years old. handy with horses and
can serve behind grocery counter.
Apply Z, this offlce. 245-3
WANTED���TWO OR 3 YOUNG MEN
to occupy two nice bedrooms;   all
home    comforts.      Address    H.   K.,
News Offlce. 213-2
VV .A. DUNCAN.
[L.S.]
NOTICE RE LULU I8LAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do bo after
.lis notice must take all the risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, Juty
23rd, 1909.
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General Otis Died Today.
Rochester, Oct. 21.���General E. L.
Wells Otis, D. S. A , retired, died early this morning at his home In the
town of Gates, just outside of this
city. Heart trouble with complications was the cause of death. He
served ln the Civil war and in the
Spanish-American war and was retired in March. 1902. Ile commanded
the Philippine forces ln August, .1898,
until May. 1900.
WANTED���380 CEDAR PILES. KOR
particulars apply to W, Vi. Forrester, contractor, 517 St. George St.
WANTED���SOUTH AFRICAN WAl��
rants. Highest cash price paid.
General Securities Co., Ltd., 321
Homer street, Vancouver. 240-6
DRY GOODS���YOUNG MAN. AGED
24, wants position; eight years' experience; show card writer; good
references. Apply Box D. G., NewB
offlce. 240-6
WANTED���GOOD LOT IN WEST-
mlnster; can pay $75 to $100 cash,
balance $75 quarterly. Give particular to H, Drawer 855, Vancouver.
WANTED���YOUTH ABOUT Sixteen years to learn dry goods business. Apply at once. W. S. Collis-
ter Co. 232-tf
WANTED���TO RENT, A FUR-
nished house.    Apply News  Offlce.
W. H.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
offlce with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this offlce.
LOST.
LOST���ON COLUMBIA STREET, A
lady's fur. Finder please return
to this offlce.
quar-
New
Re part (1 acre) of southeast
ter of section 12, township 2,
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of t'ne loss of certificate of title number 1767a, issued in
the name of William Oleson, has been
filed in this office,
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date ot the first publication hereof in a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate ��f thf> said certificate unless
ln the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce. N.w West-
ninster. B. C, August 2, 1908.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Insurance   Rates Are   Lowered.
Ottawa,    Oct.    21.���The    Canadian
Fire    Underwriters'    Association  has
issued   a   circular   to   the   insurance
agents of Ottawa announcing several I
changes in the rates charged by the1
companies on risks in this city.    The
rates are reduced in many sections as
the  result  of  better  buildings  going
up or precautions having been taken
foi  protection against fire.
LOST���GOLD LOCKET AND CHAIN
on Thursday at the exhibition
grounds; locket set with five brilliants and one inch In diameter.
Suitable reward for return to this
offlce. 240-2
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���LARGE BEDROOM,
ply 713 Trew street.
AP-
241-6
IT   PAYS TO ADVERTISE
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
TO    RENT���STABLE.
Third  avenue.
APPLY    321
243-3
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO
ln fine condition, well known make,
bargain; easy terms. Apply H,
Dally News Offlce.
RETORT JEW-
ell heater, goH as new; suitable
for large room or hall. For wood
or coal.     Box 16, Dally News.
Take notice that an application has
been   made to  register  Annie  Ryder
as owner in fee simple, under a tax
sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher to 1 SALE-CHEAP,
Annie   Ryder, bearng  date   the   13th '
day of October, A. D., 1906, of all and
singular  that certain parcel or  tract
of land and premises situate, lying
|and being In the district of New
| Westminster, in the Province of British       Columbia,     more     particularly
known and described as Lot 23,
i Block 1; Lots 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block
U; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17. Block 6;
'Lots 4, 5, 12, 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots
il, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 10; Lots 1. 8,
!9i 16 and 17, Block 12;  Lots 4. 5. 12,
13 and 20, Block 13; Lots 1, S. 9. 18
'and 17, Block 14;  Lots 1, 8. 9, 16 and
17.
Re 14-100 acres of portion of section 21, block 5, north range 6, west
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 5657F Issued in
the name of Island Lodge No. 24, I. O.
0. P., has been filed ln thlB offlce.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
ithe date of the flrBt publication here-
|of, In a dally newspaper published in
ithe  city of  New WestmlnBter,  issue
'a   duplicate   of    he   said   certificate,
j unless  In the  meantime valid  objection be made to me in writing.
C   S  KEITH
District Registrar of Titles.
Lind Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, September 9, 1909.
tWoiltv
During
"rst tov nf V'!''Uy yoars fr��m    the
��' Uie <i. J     ly' 1909. the currency
thp Whorl. '" he is8ued under
!Ml,7o00n ��' ,hls BMwr the sum
'orth,. j,.,\YA '"' ���lse<l annually
!H _,,,!;>'. ' of interest on said
J6'33 shah ll :" U,p Mm of 11..
��. ""J'np'iu v ,Vlw"(1   annually   for
1"* ��5 o._.h��Aebt' milking i"
*>1 Ij a. J ":':i-' '0 be raised
3. a ��."., ��oresal__
on
special
rate
of 13.13 cents per
foot frontage ls hereby Imposed
the real property hereinbefore ����
crlbed over and above all other ��w��
and taxes, which special rate snau
in each yf-M
The said
be'annually Inserted
fo,- the next
and
be sufficient to produce
the said sum of $2,965.3
special rate shal
In   the  Collector's  Roi
succeeding   twenty   (20)   years.
shall be payable at the time or tunes
and at  the place ami in the manm
are l,u.v"
be payable at
at the place ana
In which ordinary City ta_e
that uo li
able:   Provided,  however.
bate shall be allowed on the amount
levied  hereunder as  aforesaid.
4. The sum of $34,000.00 shall be
raised by loan by the Corporation on
the security of the special rate herein- imposed and the guarantee of the
Corporation at large, and debentures
amounting to the sum of $34,000.00
shall be issued by the Corporation
therefor.
5. The said debentures shall be
made payable at the expiration of
twenty  (20.   years from the date of
Westminster
Transfer
wfflce 'Phone 119.     Barn 'Phone 187
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
I
The   steamer
Block 16; Lots 4, B, and 20, Block
17; Lots 1, S, 9, 16 and 17, Block 18;
Lot 6, Block 21; all subdivisions of
Lot 203, Group 1. Lots 10, 11, 12, 13.
14 and 16, Block "K." subdivision of
Lot 268, Group 1; Lots 21. 2",, 26 27,
31 and 32, Block 1; Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 18, 19 and 20,
Block 4; Lot 16, Block 6; Lots . 8,
9, 16 and 17, Block 15; Lots 4, 5, 12,
13 and 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
203, Group 1; Lot 7, Block 4, of Lot
227, Group 1, Map 174.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest ln the said land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
ln the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest th. claim of
the tax purchanT within ten days
from the date of the first publication
of this notice and ln default of a caveat or certificate ot Us pendens being
filed within such period, or ln 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 ! without notice,
land, and I shall register Annie Ryder
as owner thei eof tn fee. And I hereby order that publication of this notice for ten days ln a dally newspaper
published In New Westminster wlll
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the land registry offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 30th day of August,
A. D., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
S.S. TRANSFER
Transfer will lea.e
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner Westham Island and way ports, returning
to New Westmtaster on following
day. Saturday, returning Bame evening.
Additional   trip   Monday   morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Trips wlll be made to Bteveston as
business warrants.
This schedule    subject    to change
Por freight and passenger rates ap
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
To Samuel Coulter, Esq.
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A"TER   SEVEN   LEAN   YEA^S.
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��� v.- ���    ���   oi   the    Provincial
:,     ���   agitation foi  gorernmenl   I       com.    tpon   as     -:
lelvet to t.e madi   peete_ ���    and   the   briefest    post
,,<    ut    effect     the     acbemi    1 ������<  - -   been allowed foi *������
.,   . oi certs -. othei persoi    to select 'andldatf-K an-l proceed wlt_
>:,-,  -,.- .       to grind.     These 'th*   ��� ary  preparation.   &_    ,^."
. .     .  ' -./.v.. pu    forth  a  num- election    This has been fixed to tak<-
bei  ol  alarming  prop*        1    :;v:     ���   place  ������..   Sorember 25;r.   ar,pj  ���-������������
theli   zealous   effoi ���   to  drive   "    '   moment of the bare five weeks  ''���
hoi '   mi.ed  many of    tbeli  fellow     -,,   precious to the Lih<-ral_ throogb-
���. com.   abom   tbat  '--;   ��� -'   the   province     Portonately    the
tb.  ' ',..-.-.. has been 1    ������  ol   is.    '   announcement does nol find tbem aJ-
i tit.    afon laid '     togethei  anprepflred for th^ struggle,
Tbe n been that the Dom      tho igb   had It  b.-*n known thai  "���
lon Oovernmeni   recognizing tha) the  challenge   trotild   be  iHt-u.-d  so  soon
cit)   ������������������>'��� gol  .-        Into pp po arrangements would bave been more
dlffl. .-'.-   bas    now, a-, tbe supremi   advanced than they ar..
authority, taken the entire control ol     Tb. clevet move ol tbe McBrlde ad-
the Coquitlam lak<- reserve oul ol U    ministration will not. B'jroriB<- anyone,
bands and dealt  with tb.   -.   itei  ;'  It baa chosen an excellent opportun-
1    .'   lih.-lf, In  the  waj    thi Ity   for Inviting thi    Province  to be-
. - and reasonable to all parties con- Bto_  upon It a new lease of life, and
'. 1 ;,(���_. an th<; main plank in hb platform has
I't.ii;::...... v-   '  '    mattei   bas   be- pul  forward an apparently advanl
com. ��� oh cured by the side eoua   policy  ol  railway  development.
isKut-_ that liave been Introduced kv We already knew that tbe govern-
one <;i two ol the citizens. What ment was In negotiation with the f'pi-
itv cit) regulred was ;> guarantee for nadlan Northern railway, and it is In
nclent suppl) ol pure water from regard to the agreement made with
the lakr This and this only, was tbat corporation tbat it now ;ir;k:-; the
the substance of tbe original and only verdict ol tbe people Bo farhowever
polnl al ii-.p-.u'r briv.vt-n the city and only a bare sketch of this contract
th. Vancouver Powei Company. Now has been given nt and tbe Premier
as fin bach as March last Mi Powell, has declined to allow the full terms
the engineei appointed by the Pro- to be made public. Thin Ik but the
vlnt.-ial Government reported to that old Tory chicanery
authority recommendln
plication ol the company be granted
upon certain conditions. These eon-
tiiijonh, sight in number, were mainly
pointed  ' .���  p-. tew  _?.;���- ag     th.
tim bas '.  ��� been
on thi   government thi   1    - saitj  I 1
.'uaug.---.- .       --. . i   .
.    .'lion   \t:   the   ; But   nc
polio   has evi     beei   I   tl   - rang   -''     thli   ; r< -1 nl   most   1 vnven-
:  ��� ���       r;.'-nt.    All  ��� rever
:.tr. existed a cm        ��� ���  Liberal  railway  and  development    ;
ed upon  good 'T <e
Libera   poilcj been t.   ena
tl        -.-���-.- tlon of railwi j g  in  it: :���
���  ���     imbla by aid   In I     sha] ���- <���'���
cast     -   ���   nds, and by exemption -,: thi    Ine fro::, taxation for
���������- period of ten y-a.-s after completion.
This aid  would be afforded onlj
on  tbe ���-...- litic ��� -   that   the  work of
���  'ruction was commenced at once
and proceeded with diligi ut ..   that all
rates should he controlled    .'her by
������������  Lieut.-Governor-in-Council  or the
iioartf    of   Railway    Commissioners;
and  that the current  iav-  ol   ������
ior whi'.<.   work::;.-;,  should  be paid  to
all engaged In the work of construction, maintenance, or operation This
jb a plain straightforward policy.    It
stands  as  one of  t;.<- planks  in the
Libera] platform, and if the part;- of
progress and  development  1-  chosen
by   ...'-   electorate  to   undertake  the
Iadministration  of  tbe affairs of the
[province they will be prepared to at
once put this policy Into effect.
Private Greeting   '
Christmas Cards
here or timt you shot t :. ��� .-
your  :--'-���.  ���:' )
\ vthing 1: r :t ss r:' the
Et rt --������ 1--' charactei st e
cf Cs-i:; '<,'- B- : ..- Dol umbla.
Come - and see the eamf _
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MOREY'S
EIG   EOOK   STORE.
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665 Ct _" bia Street.
Ne* geecs coming every day.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME.
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Don't phone for your flowers, see
them yourself at Tidy's new store,
next Kenny's cafe.
CHECK UPON THE
GAY CHAUFFER
directed toward the one point, name
trick that we
a,  that  the  ap-  are all familiar with.    But It  will not
do now.
it bas iptk.-n the government Beven
years to shape a railway policy, and
now, having suddenly formulated an
ly, tbe provision ol an ample supply j agreement with the Canadian North-
oi pure wa!ei to the dty, The Pro- ern, it pntH forth the most alliiiing
vinclal Government held  an enquiry, points of this as a bait and expects
at which all parties were represented
and heard, and then granted the ap
plication 'ii tbe company, subject ,,j
theli giving the necessary guarantee
fot carrying oul certain conditions,
these being vlrtuallj tho;-><- contained
on Mi Powell's report, some stipulations in regard to tbe safely of the
dam being added Then the Van-
couvei Power Company offered ��"
undertaking to tbe dty embodying
these   various   conditions,   hut   th
tbe public to sei/..- it. No doubt. Premier McBride and his co-ad J u tors Imagine thai the country having been
starved by tbe seven lean years which
tbey have Inflict..'.! upon lt, the people wlll swallow th.- ball >-_(!i-rly.
But not. so, Too well we know that
the development of tbe province has
been hindered by the masterly Inactivity of the government and Its
Utter Indifference to the n.-eds of the
I country.    But though tbe electors are
Toronto, Oct. 21.���An "anti-Joy
titling" crusade ia b<-ing propagated bj
the   Ontario  motor  league.
Sir James Whitney has been asked
by the organization to bring a bill he-
fore the Legislature to make the use
of unauthorized motor vehicles a punishable offence.
The festive chauffeur whose pleasure-making proclivities lead hlm to
exceed tbe speed limit is the cause of
this action.
The motor league asks a clause bo
added which bas been adopted by
New  Vork state.
Don't forget, tbe opening of the new
store by Tidy, the Florist, next Kenny's cafe, on  Saturday.
"GET   THE   HABIT*
Teapots
Th.- Ex- undoubtedly anxious to see a move-
chequei  Court's decision  In  the LU- ment '";"''- tn  tbe direction of rail
Co im 11 turned this down.
loo.-i ti.i-i case mpl'!.- it necessary for
the company to apply to the Dominion Governmenl foi the powers they
required The Government ;.sk��-d foi
ih<- city's views bul received no di-
reel Information, Then tbe whole
mattei was gone into afresh ai oita-
w,-t, and tbe decision which is now
unii.-r discussion wan reached.   This
il a  briel  summary  ol   the history  of
ih.- Coquitlam dam affair.
The   city   has   notv   the   opportunity
of presenting lis case with a view, as
we understand, to securing a reversal
��i ih.- Government's decision and the
restoration i<> it of the reserve around
lhe hike The dty, having secured
lis ample supply of pure water under
Iln- aegis of so pol.nl all authority "H
ihe Federal Government, lms really
nothing to flghl for, Under tbe order
In   council   Hh   walcr   supply   Is   most
amply and sufficiently safeguarded,
and the question us to the ownership
of 1 in- reserve has no longer any
bearing or    slgnlllcunce.      We hope,
way development they will not allow
themselves to be deceived hy Tory
blandishments, They are entitled to
know the full terms of the agreement
with the Canadian Northern, to see
exaelly what, there Is behind the attractive picture presented to them before a  vote Is cast.
As John  Oliver,  the  Liberal   leader,
TEAPOTS are our special  for to-
���    morrow.      English "made Teapots
at. 10c, 15c, 20c and 25c each   Remember this price |B tor Friday
and Saturday only.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for caah snd sell for the same
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
AUDITS MADE, BOOKS OF ACCOUNTS OPENED ON APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT FOR THE HALL SAFE CO.
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. O. BOX 795.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
LEE'S
FURINITURF
TC   DEAL  WITH   _s  MEANf  .
��������� E   M_E  MAKING 4   SPECIAL   . -
WOOLLEN   A \D   PL A ����� ����� E _ ��"_   BLA^
_S   ABOUT  THE'.'
JUST   ARRIVED.  A   LARGE    CON(
E = ASS   BEDSTEADS.   ALL   . -  --E    .E
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LEE'S Furniture EmP��num
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B.C.
Take notice that
been made - ��� ������ -   ter T        ls Knight
Jr.. ss the <    di    In fee srmpli
a   tax   sale   deed  from     Ir.-v   I I
Dykes I    1 night Ji    11 aring
date thi   Bth   ia; -���: B. pti a A D ,
1    7   of all and si.- go       that O rt.--.ir.
parcel or tract of land and pre;-   .
situat.-   lying and  being  In tb.   -���;--
trlct  of    New    Westminster,   in   ihe
Pn ,-lr.c.   r'f    fc-;-.-     '." -
particularly knowi ad described as
Lot 5, Block 10, of part of Lot 29A
Group 2.
lou and those claiming tbi igl
_nd""- you and all pera -
any ;.-. ��resi In tne sal lai bj virtue of an> unregistered Instrument,
and all person, claiming any Interest
in the said land i y desci nt whose
title is nol regist. 1 : and. 1 thi ;������-'���
visions ot the "____ad Registr. Act."
are required to contest tbe c' ilm of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the date of the service ol
this not! ipon yo and in default
of a caveat or certificate ol lis lindens being filed within such _ -iod,
or In default of redemption before
registration, you an! each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in
respect ol the said land, and I shal'j
register Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby direct!
that publication of this notice tor |
thirty days in a daily newspaper published in New Westminster and a
weekly newspaper published at Chilliwack will be good and sufficient ser-
\i'-e  thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 13th dav of October, A. D.   1909,
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Jane  Wilkinson.
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132). $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months.
This is good residential property
and convenient to tram.
Easr End, Sapperton.	
McQuarrie & Co,
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
PROMT   STREET.
Thursday, Per, 28.
Joseph M. Wreber Presents the
Real Success,
THE CLIMAX
BY  EDWARD  LOCKE,
Musical Theme By Joseph Carl Breil.
It will live forever.
It wag the talk of New York.
It will be the talk of this city.
Prices   -   25c to $1.50
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCKS AND DEER. ETC,
OPENED  ON  SEPTEMBER  1.
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS WE ARE CARRYING A FULL
AND COMPLETE  STOCK  AT  LOW PRICES
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited!
FOR FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE .
ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK.
DIE.01D S_ E m LOCK CO.
CANTON. OHIO.
Prices given on application for Fire.
Burglar proof and other safes.
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent,  H.    J.    A.    BURNETT, Accountant and auditor, P. 0   Box
TRADE   WITH   US  AND   SAVE   MONEY
APPH.?r We,have a lot of nice apples at $1.25, $1.50
and $1.75 per box. ,Y
COKRD GRAPCS-Per bask^ 70c (large
EGGS-The eggs we are selling at 3 dozen for $1 are
giving the very best of satisfaction.   Try them.
BUTTER- Three pounds of first-class country butter
for $1.00.
C. A. WELSH, The People's Grocer. H_^n^J^3^^ FRIDAY.
OCTOBE
R 22, 1909-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
Nobby Styles in
Ladies' Separate Coats
' This is the House of Quality
Phone I76.
FOOTBALL
THANKSGIVING   FOOTBALL
Interesting   Match   Scheduled   Monday
in   Vancouver   District   League.
p ill  flxtures in  the   Van-
trlcl league (or the holiday.
toi   tomorrow, as  only
rnlans    and    Thistles    are
conclusions,  will  be ln-
Monday, as each of the
Ladies
Colors, navy,
Price	
78 length Coats, made
myrtle, brown,  black
in fine broadcloth, military effect.
satin-lined   throughout.     Special
 $26.50
Ladies' 7-8
ton trimmings
length Coats, in covert
very serviceable coat..
cloth,  patch   pocket,  and  but-
Special   Price    $16.50
Ladies' tweed Coats,  in   dark manish tweed;
Price
very smart. Special
 $17.50
Mantle Department, Second Floor.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
tl]
till
down   ��� i  try
t< ip- ting on
'   engaged.
I |pp- Thistles come here to Queen's
-   Hibernians go to Westham
l*1""-- and the Shamrocks and Celtics
""-:    '  Recreation pari;, Vancouver
'''������'   Shai   ocks will be playing Sam
back,  the   ex-Rovers   and
Shamrock  van  having returned from
Winnipeg In accordance with his de-
clared Inti ��� tlon.    The teams are so
evenly   _ itched   this   season   that   it
1    li ipo   Ible  to   forecast   the   result
"1  a    ll me.
HELAGON   ESTABLISHES
NEW TROTING  RECORD
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 2L���A new
world's iimiiiv record for two miles
to a wagon was made yesterday at
Belmonl track here, when Helagon, a
bay gelding, owned by Thomas W.
Cunningham, covi red the distance In
1:38. Tin- old record ol 4:43 waa
made by Ed. Bryan on Point Breeze
track also in this city on September
11, 1907. Ed. Bryan, whieli is owned
by Mayer Keybarn, also held the
former record for the track at Befe
mont, which was 4:45. Yesterday's
record was made in a trial to break
the latter record. The first mile was
made in 2:18
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VALUES THE BEST.
BUSINESS  KEPT  ON   PRINCIPLE.
ONE   PRICE  TO  ALL.
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MIDDY   MUST   DIE
HEADACHES
Annapi II Md., Oct. 21.���Hope tor
the n covi - ol Midshipman Earle D,
Wilson, quarterback ot the Navy
football team, who was injured in the
Villa S,,-,;, game last Saturday, was
practlcall) abandoned yesterday afternoon. Wilson was Injured in
stopping a long run of the opposing
half-back, alter a score had been
m-'.de ^id anothor Boncbdown was
being worked down field. Wilson by
a flying tackel through two lnterfer-
llrg men. who were helping Barry
Stopped  the  play  within  a  few yards
|Of  the   Navy's  goal.     When   the  mass
World's    Record    for    Club    Swinging.
Brisbane,    Oct.  2L���Tom   Burrows
'again proved his right to the title or
the world's champion dub-swinger
by defeating the American champion,
[Harry Lawson. al the Theatre Royal,
Brisbane, at the same time establishing a  new  wm Id's record of 66 hours
136 minutes. The American showed
signs of distress so me hours before the finish. Lav. son dropped one
club about 10 minutes before the conclusion of the match, and sank weeping into a chair. Burrows announced
that he was quite prepared to uiv-
Lawson  another match.
TERWAY  ENTERS SUIT
AGAINST JOHNNIE   HAYS
Seattle, Oct. 21.���Peter Terway ol
Calgary, Alberta, the Marathon runner, who is stil lin the city, thinks he
and Fitzgerald got a raw deal in last
.Sunday's race. He cannot see how
the officials could place Johnny Hays
in third place. He claims Hayes was
never in any better position than fifth
when caused by deranged stomach can be relieved
by suitable medicine. Eyestrain will cause an
a.h. in thi eyeball Itself, often extending to the temple and eyebrow or hack of the head.
Properly fitted glasses alone  will     relieve    these     distressing
conditions.    We do not charge for consultation.
lof players was untangled Wilson was or s'.xth. Fitzgerald, it is alleged, ran
found at the bottom of the pile un- third and Terway fourth. By placing
conscious. Paralysis developed til- Hayes in third position, Terway was
most at once and ,-iive Saturday he shut out of the money. He says he
has been unable to move any part of is now suing the racing association
his body. A second X-ray examination for fourth money. Mr. Terway says
yesterday developed the fact that the- that neither he not Fitzgerald will
llfth vertebra was fractured. run In any of the future races the as-
���  Boclation   may promote  because  they
!do not want to run unless they get a
square deal.
W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Agnes Street
The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Undertaker
15ee what the I
1 Best-Dressed \
i
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
I Dominion   Trust   Bldg
Old   Country   Football   Results.
London, Oct. 21.���Yesterday's football results in the southern league
were:
Portsmouth,  .;   Exeter, 1.
New Brompton, 1;  Leyton, 3.
Plymouth,  .:   Mllwill.  u.
Zybsco Beats French Champion.
St. Louis, Oct. 21.���In two straight
falls Zybosco, the champion wrestler
of Europe, won from Karl Alberg,
the French champion, here last night.
It is said he thereby earns the right
to meet Frank Gotch, champion of
the world.
Maybray Gang to Be Deported.
Seattle. Oct. 21.���In the United
States court today an order was signed for the deportation to Iowa of Ole _ meeting of the Westminster Hov
Marsh, alias Joe Carroll, Bert R. Prs Football Club will be held this
Shores, alias Bert Warner, and Wynn evening at Murchie's shop, at which
S. Harris, alleged members of the a team for the match with the This-
Maybray gang of wrestling swindlers. tiro pn Monday -will be chosen, and
indicted in .Nebraska and Iowa for other business transacted.
using  mails  to defraud.    The prison-1                 	
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TENDERS
Will be received up to noon on Saturday, October 23rd, for the excavating of a portion of Lot 21 In City
Block 13, on Clarkson street, and the
construction of a concrete retaining
wall ln rear of same. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of
the undersigned.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
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Spring Meeting at Memphis.
Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 21.���Disappointed in another attempt to introduce the harness style of racing ben-
following the close of the Southern
circuit, efforts are under way to revive the running races with a spring
meeting to precede Louisville. Q, Cut-
Bennett, bookmaker, former breeder,
and part owner of '.he track, has
consented to back the proposition.
Experiments at the namese meeting
with betting on the eastern plan
proved successful In so far as there
was no Interference from the authorities.
Ottawa Golf Club Destroyed.
Ottawa. Oct. 21.���The Ottawa Golf
club headquarters were completely
destroyed by fire last night and $36,-
000 loss is entailed. The beautiful
buildings on the links on the Aylmer
road were found to be on fire at 6:45
o'clock and as there were no fire-
fighting appliances or water supply
within reach the whole of the series
of buildings were consumed by 11
o'clock. Hundreds endeavored, when
the fire broke out in the gentlemen's
locker-room, to save the club-house,
bur, thought there was no wind, their
task was impossible. Some furniture was saved, but all the members'
effects and paraphernalia went into
the flames. The loss is covered by
insuranec to the extent of $23,000.
NICK  CARTMELL
MAY
Col.    Thompson    has    been In the
citv arranging with Manager Carty, of
the Opera House, for the production
of the  Shepherd  King, which  will be
put on at the Opera Hous eon November 1 and ��      This is a magnificent .
oer . anu ..      '"'���                              .  tlle    famous    American
spectacle, and like Ben Hur    ^"^J hoi der  of  the   British
on scripture and nota.de foMts m^ ^^   ^
thence to j surprise   in
MEET POSTELL
London. Oct.    21.���N.
nlficent
proceed
Seattle.
scenery,
to Vancouver,
and
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING _
TINSMITiiING
J. Cartmell.
sprinter and
22H-yard eham-
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athletic circles by announcing that he had decided to turn
professional, has been matched to
run A. Postell, the Australian champion, at 220 yards, but the date on
i which the race will be run has not
been decided. Cartmell's chief reason for leaving the amateur ranks
as because he received an offer
om the University of North Carolina
coach and train the track team.
Thousands.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
The Daily News
therefore, that  the Council win con-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .sUlii   carofully   before   entering   upon
Published by The Dally News Publlsn- [whai  must prove a lengthy and costly
lng Company, Limited, at their offices
The Daly .News Hlock, corner of Mc
Kenzic- and Trew streets.
FRiDAY. 0CT0BE
E.
A.  Paige Managing  Director
know | +
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22,  1909
THE   REAL   POSITION.
litigation.
The position of the whole matter
has become much Jlearer and plainer
than it has hitherto been. W
'now exactly what has been behind all |
tbe bitter opposition that has been
j waged against, the Vancouver Power
Company's proposal. Tbo real aggressor came forth on Saturday, in
the parson of Mr. John Hendry, who,
as   we   have   already   observed,   took I
_______ remarkable pains to diminish the lm-1
portance of his association  with  the I
Western Canada Power Company.
Mayor | To put a plain truth In a plain way
It is evident that it would be an excellent business move if the Stave
Lake    interests    could    shatter    the
I fraser River
fish Company j
Telephone 580.
! Opp.   City Hall |
 h  m
We are glad to see that ^^^
Keary has pointed out to the Council
the right and proper course for that
body to pursue in regard to the Co-,
quittam dam affair. lie at least ree- ,chance of the Vancouver Power Com-
ognlzes thai the awkward position in Pttn>' obtaining powers to utilize the
which the city now Tinds itself is due water ot Cotjuitlam lake for the de-
interference and influence of Kelopment of their car lines in this
wejj p district,  a   development
to  tlu    ^	
certain persons, undoubtedly
meant but, unfortunately, mischievous in its result. His Worship
pointed out al the meeting of the
council, on Monday, thai the Citizens'
Committee had placed them in a position of difficulty. Further, he regarded the appointment of the committee  as  an   insult   lo   the   Council,!
who, be sahl, were quite competent to [progressive rival.     it is in this op
deal with this matter themselves. position that wc
Exactly so.  That has always been our i
feeling in the matter.      The appoint-1
ment   of  the  committee  was  derogatory I (j the Council.      If that body is
not capable of controlling the affairs
which ls of
the greatest Importance not only to
New Westminster, but to the entire
Fraser valley. Now, unless we are
very much mistaken, Mr, Hendrj s
holding in the Western Canada Power Company is at least sufficient to
make il worth his while to try and
checkmate the movements of a more
FRESH COD,
FRESH SALMON,
FRESH HALIBUT,
FRESH HERRING,
Smoked Fish
Try some of these for break
fast:
FINNAN   HADDOCK,
KIPPERED   HERRING,
BLOATERS   (Yarmouth   cured)
FRONT  STREET
is tiie place  to  buy  or  sell  new  and
cond-hand goods of any kind.    We
bave nearly
I00 IIOZFN JEI.LV MS
| which we are offering for 40c per doz.
���I hey are new.
We also have a splendid large cas-e
of
��� Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
tor sale nt a bargain,
Wi- can't begin to tel! you all we
have, but no matter what you want,
jcome here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HAND   STORE.
"oliitnhia St.      "Man on th-e Wheel.
CHICKENS
DRESSED LOCAL GRAIN-FED
EASTERN SHELL OYSTERS.
���
All   kinds   of   Fresh   Vegetables.
Call  and  see  our selection of
PRIZE   VEGETABLES.
Preserving Pears
We  have    lots  of
they are first-class.
them   and
of the city, then the sooner it is dis-1
solved and a competent  body
to take iis place, lhe better. Bui no
one will venture to say that the Council has not been quite willing and
able to carry on the administration of
the city in a business-like and Intelligent way. Why, then, was a Citizen's Committee formed and allowed
to display such an aggressive attitude
and do so much mischief?
The plain fact is that it became
necessary to foment an agitation for
a particular purpose. Certain persons allowed themselves to be made
use     of    to     effect      the
PROMPT DELIVERY.
have  tin'  key  to the
whole trouble that has arisen.
But     we     have     the     fullest     confidence    in    the    presenl     Dominion
: Government,    and     have     no     fear
that  it    will   allow  itself   to   become
| the catspaw of any individual or cor-
elected P��raUon, and whilst it will see to it
that no hindrance is permitted to the
honest  development    of    tiie  natural 	
|resources of the province, it will also:pointed out a few days ago. thp op-
take care that all parties properly position has for years been urging up-
concerned in th" water of Coquitlam j on the government the necessity for
lake are fairly and properly dealt inaugurating a policy of railway con-
Iwlth. .'struction   frr   the   province.     But   no
IS. JL RICHMOND, Manager
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Private Greeting
Christmas Cards
here on time you should place
your orders sarly.
Nothing so nice as "For the
Empire Series," characteristic
of Canada and British Columbia.
Come In and see the samples
at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
New goods coming every day.
AFTER SEVEN LEAN YEARS.
The dissolution of the Provincial
government has come upon us suddenly, though not altogether unexpectedly, and the briefest possible
schemes Ume has been allowed for the electors
and designs of certain other persons to select candidates and proceed with
who had an axe to grind. These Ithe necessary preparations for the
misguided citizens put forth a num- !election. This has been fixed to take
ber of alarming propositions and by place on November 25th and every
their zealous efforts to drive these moment of the bare five'weeks will
borne misled many of their fellows, be precious to the Liberals through-
Thus   it   has   come   about   that   even ]out   the   province.     Fortunately     the
the Council has been made of use in 'annnnn^m^i r, __. _ '
:il-
such policy has ever been forthcom- 11_,
lng until this present most conven-'
lent moment. All this time however
there has existed a consistent Liberal railway and development policy.
framed upon good sound lines. Tlie
Liberal policy has been to encourage
the construction of railways in British Columbia by aids In the shape of
grants of cash  or bonds, and  by ex- \t:
EVERYBODY   WELCOME.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
has been nu.de of use in , announcement does not find them
forwarding    the    aforesaid    schemes. |together unprepared for the struggl,
, and
The result has been that the Domln- though had it been known thai the
ion Governmenl, recognizing that the challenge would be issued so soon
city had got Itself Into a position of arrangements would have been more
difficulty,  has    now,  as  the supreme [advanced than they are. ..        , -   - _~ __u ..., ���
authority, taken the entire control of      The clever move of the McBride 'id !        W workmen sliould be paid to,in  the  eai
the Coquitlam lake reserve oul of its ministration will not surprise anyone """""^ '  	
hands  and  dealt   with  the  matter at It  has chosen an excellent opportun
issue Itself, in  the  way    that seems litv   for inviting the   Province   to be-
Take notice thai an application has
heen made to register Thomas Knight
Jr., us the owner in fee stmple, under
a   tax   sale   deed   from    Inspector  of
Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing
date the 5th day of September, A.D.,
111107, of all and singular that certain
^^ e line from taxation (or parce] or tract 0* lantl and premises
a period of ten years after completion, j situate,   lying  and   being   in   the  Dis- j
This aid would  be afforded  only up-|trict  of    New    Westminster,  in   the
Province of    British Columbia,, more
tnd   described  as \
  ... ..._ (li0t y>  Hlock  in, of part of Lot  29A,
I and proceeded with diligently; that all  Group 2.
rates  should  be  controlled  either  by      You and those claiming through or
the  Lieut.-Governor-ln-Council   or  the  under yo"  and  a"   Persons  claiming
n������,_      f    u n ,,        ���   ��� any interest ln tne said land  by vlr-
, Board    of    Railway    Commissioners;  tue of my unregistered    Instrument,
that the  current  rale  of  wages and ���" -
emptlon of tin
on  the conditions that the  work  of Iparticularly know,
construction was commenced at oncel^,,^ 9,  Block  in, of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ seems  ity
jus, and reasonable to all parties con-[stow  upon it a new lease of life, and
all engaged in the work of construction, maintenance, or operation. This
cerned. las the main plank in its platform has
Unfortunately the matter has be- put forward an apparently advantag-
come somewhat obscured by the side'eons policy of railway development,
issues that have been Introduced hy i We already knew that the govern-
one or two of the citizens. What'ment was in negotiation with the Ca-
the city required was a guarantee for'nadlan Northern railway, and it is in
a sufficient supply of pure water from regard to the agreement made with
the lake. This, and this only, was :that corporation that it now asks the
the substance of the original and only
point   at  issue  between   the  city  and
all persons claiming any Interest
he   said   land   bv   descent    whose
title is not registered under the pro-
vlsions  of  the   "Land   Registrv  Act,"
is  a  Plain  straightforward  policy     lt  The   ..'J""'0'1   '��  C��n,eSt  the  da,m  of
j s-aiids  as one  of  the  plants  I the Z^YTZl- o7KK '
I Liberal platform, and if the party of th's notice upon  you. and in  default
| progress and  development  is  chosen |2f a ?aveat or certificate of lis pen-1
by   the   electorate   to   undertake   the ''rfn   i'f .'"I Wit,,in  s,,cl1  Period'
administration   of   the   affairs   of   the . ^.raS^an'S'"wm
province they will be prepared to at  be    forever   estopped    and debarred
once put  this  policy into  effect
the Vancouver Power Company. Now
as far back as March last Mr, Powell,
the engineer    appointed  by the  Provincial  Government, reported to that
authority recommending that the application of the company be granted
upon certain conditions.      These conditions, eight in number, were mainly
directed toward the one point, namely, the provision of an ample supply
of pure waier to the city.     The Provincial Government held an enquiry,
at which all parties vere represented
and heard, and then granted the application  of  tlie company,  subject  to
their giving the necessary  guarantee
for carrying    out    certain conditions,
these being virtually those contained
on Mr.  Powell's report, some stipulations  In  regard  to the safety  of the
dam   being   added.       Then   the   Vancouver  Bower    Company  offered    an
undertaking    to  the    city  embodying
these    various    conditions,    but    the
Council  turned this down.      The Exchequer  Court's  decision  in   the  Llllooet rl/er case made it necessary for
the company to apply to the Dominion Government for the powers they
required.    The Government asked for
the  city's  views  but  received  no direct   information.      Then   the   whole ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_-.._ -
matter was gone into afresh at Otta-  tractive picture presented to them be
wa, and the   decision   which is now  fo,'e a vote is cast
UPON   THE I
GAY   CHAUFFERi
Toronto,     Oct.     21.-
-An
'anti-joy
Don't  phone  for  your
^^^^^^^^ -        them  yourself  at  Tidy's
verdict of the people.    So far however  next Kenny's cafe.
only  a  bare  sketch   of  this  contract | "	
has been given out and the Premier i CHECK
has declined to allow the full  terms |
Ito be made public.    This is but the
old Tory chicanery,  a  trick that  we
are all familiar with.    But it will not
do now.
It has taken the government seven
years to shape a railway policy, and
now, having suddenly formulated an
agreement with the Canadian Northern, It puts forth the most alluring
points of this as a bait and expects
the public to seize it. No doubt Premier McBrlde and his co-adjutors imagine   that   the   country   having     been	
starved by the seven lean years which Don't forget the opening of the new
they have inflicted upon it. th_ peo- j store by Tidy, the Florist, next Ken-
pie will swallow the bait eagerly. |ny'S cafe, on Saturday
But not so.    Too well we know that
from  setting  up  any  claim  to  or  In
| respect of the said  land, and I shal'
= register Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
owers   see'thereof 'n fee.      And I hereby direct
new  store,  that   publication   of     this   notice   for
thirty days in a daily newspaper pub-
_ lished  in   New    Westminster    and  a
iweekly  newspaper  published  at  Chilliwack will be good and sufllcient service thereof.
Dated at the Land  Registrv Office,
|New Westminster, Province of    Brit-
riding" crusade is being propagated by J^ Co���imnia. this I.th'day of Octo
the  Ontario motor  league. k       A    r>    .^._. '
Sir James Whitney has been asked
by the organization to bring a bil: be.
fore the Legislature to make the use
of unauthorized motor vehicles a punishable offence.
The festive chauffeur whose pleasure-making proclivities lead him to
exceed the speed limit is the cause of
this action.
The motor league asks a clause b
1.1...I _!-.-       -
To
A.  D..  190_.
C S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
Jane  Wilkinson.
' added  which  has  been
New York state
adopted     by
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
the development of the province has
been   hindered   by   the   masterly   Inactivity   of   the   government   and   Its ,
utter indifference to the needs of the
country.    But though the electors are
undoubtedly anxious  to  see  a  movement  made  In  the  direction  of  railway development they will not allow
themselves   to   be   deceived   by   Tory j
blandishments.    They are entitled to [
knolv the full terms of the agreement
with  the  Canadian   Northern,  to  see j
exactly what there ls behind the at-
Teapots
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AUDITS
COUNTS
TEAPOTS are our spec a   for to-
morrow.       En_i(nh -_,.,.i- V        _
���It    10r     1K,.    nn "lild��     ��apotS
at 10c, 15c, 20c and 25c each   Remember thiS prlce l8 f   ;.;.��<;
and Saturday only.
MADE, BOOKS OF AC-
OPENED ON APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT  FOR THE   HALL SAFE   CO.
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. O. BOX 795.
under discussion was reached. This
is a brief summary of the history of
the Coquitlam dam affair.
The  city  has now   the  opportunity
of presenting Its case, with a view, as
we understand, to securing a reversal
of the Government's decision and the
restoration to it of the reserve around
the lake.      The city, having secured
its ample supply 0f pure water under
the aegis of so potent an authority as
the Federal  Government,    has  reallv
nothing to fight for. Under the order
in  council   iis   water  supply   iH  most
amply    and    sufficiently safeguarded,
and the question as to the ownership
of    the  reserve  has  no    longer  any
bearing or    significance.      We hope,
As John Oliver, the Liberal leader,
The Fair
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We buy for cash and sell for the same
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FRONT   STREET.
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It will live forever.
It was the talk of New York.
It will be the talk of this city.
Prices   -   25c to $1.50
Sporting Goods
DUCKS    AND    DEER, ETC.,
THE SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING
OPENED ON   SEPTEMBER  1. ^^^^^^^^^^
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS WE ARE CARRYING A FULL
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FOR FIRST  CLASS
Job Printing
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Prices given on application
Burglar proof and other safes
doors;   locks, etc.
for Fit*
vault
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FRONT ST., WINDSOR  BLOCK,  countant and auditor, P. O
URNETT, Ac-
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TRADE   WjTHjjs  AND   SAVF   MONEY
AP__$L.S^r a '0t ��f "iCe aPP'es ��t I1J. $U0
CObas_TD  GR^S-Pe.  basket 70c (large
C A. WELSH, The Peopl
EGGS-The eggs we are selling at 3 dozen for $1 are
giving the very best of satisfaction.   Try them.
BUTTER- Three pounds of first-class country butter
for $1.00.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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.AGE FIVE
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
Nobby Styles in
Ladies' Separate Coats
Ladies' 7-8 Iengt|-i Coats, made in fine broadcloth, military effect,
navv   myrtle, brown,  black,   satin-lined   throughout.     Special
SPORTING NEWS
FOOTBALL
THANKSGIVING   FOOTBALL
Price	
Ladies' 7-3 length Coats, in covert  cloth,  patch   pocket,  and   button trimmings;  very serviceable coat..   Special  Price    $16.50
Ladies' tweed Coats,  in   dark manish tweed; very smart. Special
Price            *17-50
Mantle Department, Second Floor.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
iteresting  Match   Scheduled   Monday
in   Vancouver   District   League.
Football   fixtures  in   the   Van-
trlcl league tor the holiday.
���'   toi   tomorrow, as only
-Ians    and     Thistles    are
- try  conclusions,  will  be ln-
teri  v.   r,n Monday, as each of the
' ngaged.
��� Thistles come here to Queen's
���   Hibernians go to Westham
v the .Shamrocks and Celtics
meel    I Recreation park, Vancouver
The ks  wlll  be playing Saui
'  ' k,   the   ex-Rovers   and
Shamro ���   man having returned from
Wlnnipi.  in accordance with his de-
clared Intention.    The  teams are so
-   ��� ' ly   matched   this  Beason   that It
1        ;      ble to  forecasl   the  result
of a _ingle i ame.
HELAGON   ESTABLISHES
NEW TROTING  RECORD
Philadelphia, Pa, Oct.  21.���a new
world's trotting record for tw0 miles
to a wagon  was made yesterday at
Belmonl truck here, when Helagon, a
bay   gelding,   owned   bj   Thomas   W.
Cunningham, covered !v   distance In
11:38.    The  old   record   of  4:43  was
'mad.- by  Ed. Bryan on  Point  Breeze
| track also In this city on September
11.  1907.    Ed.  Bryan, which is owned
, by   Mayor   Reybarn,   also   held     the;
former  record for the track at  Bel-1
iii'int,   which   was  4:45.     Yesterday's
.record was made in a trial to break
| the latter record.   The first mile was
made In _:18
HEADACHES
when caused by deranged stomach can be relieved
by suitable medicine. Eyestrain will cause an
ache In t ��� eyeball Itself, often extending to the tempi,- and eyebrow or back of the head.
Properly fitted glasses alone   will     relieve    these     distressing
conditions.    We do not charge for consultation.
Optical Parlor,
Hoom 13,
Dominion  Trust   Bldg.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, B. C.
TENDERS
Will be received up to noon on Saturday, October 23rd, for the excavating of a portion of Lot 24 In city
Block 13, on Clarkson street, and the
construction of a concrete retaining
wall ln rear of same. Plans and specifications may be seen at the offlce of
tlie undersigned.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
MALINS, COULTHARD & CO. Ltd.
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You Can  Make  No   Mistake
' you fin your numerous wants    for    Stationery,    Books,    Bibles,
tJmn Book8, Magazines, Foreign  News Papers, and In fact any
n9 usually carried In a flr8t-clas8 Stationery Store.
We i_Uy dlrsct from the manutacturer, (or ,pot cash, no mid-
���m��n'�� profit to be added and therefore we can show you tome
mo"ey-sav,ng   pr,ce-
Th. new English Church Hymn Book, are now in stock.   Do
you squire  one?
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INJURED   AT   FOOTBALL
MIDDY    MUST   DIE
Ann  ; vis.   Md..  Oct.   21.���Hope  for
the recover}   of  Midshipman  Earle D.
Wilson.  q_ li ti rhack   of    the    Navy
football team, who was injured in the
Villa   Nova   game  last  Saturday,  was
practically  abandoned yesterday    afternoon,     Wilson     was     Injured     In
stopping a  long  run  of the opposing
.half-back,   after   a   score   had     been
i ui-.de  ^-id  another  touchdown   was
being worked down field.    Wilson by
a flying tackel through two Interfering   men,   who   were   helping   Barry
stopped ihe play within a lev,  yards
Ol   the  Navy's  guai.     When   rhe  mass
of players was untangled Wilson was
found at the bottom of the pile unconscious.     Paralysis   developed     almost  at once and since Saturday he
has been unable to move any part of
I his lipniy. A second X-ray examination
yesterday developed the fact that the
fifth vertebra was fractured.
TERWAY  ENTERS SUIT
AGAINST JOHNNIE  HAYS
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
R
Old   Country   Football   Results.
London. Oct. Jl.���Yesterday's football results iii the southern league
were;
Portsmouth,   .;   Exeter, 1.
New Brompton, 1; Leyton, 3.
Plymouth.   2;   Milwill,   0.
Maybray Gang to Be  Deported.
Seattle,    Oct.   21.���In     the    L'nited
Slates court  today an order was signed for the deportation to Iowa of Ole
'.Marsh,     alias   Joe   Carroll;     Bert   R-
| Shores, alias Bert Warner, and Wynn
JS.   Harris,   alleged   members  of  the
Maybray gang of wrestling  swindlers.
Indicted  in   Nebraska and    Iowa    for
using malls to defraud.    The  prisoners  fcill  be  taken to    Omaha    by a
United States  marshal.
Seattle, Oct. 21.���Peter Terway of
Calgary, Alberta, the Marathon runner, who is sti] lin the city, thinks lie
and Fitzgerald got a raw deal in last
Sunday's race. He cannot see how
the officials could place Johnny Hays
in third place. He claims Hayes was
never In any better position than fifth
or sixth. Fitzgerald, it is alleged, ran
third and Terway fourth. By placing
Hayes in third position, Terway was
shut out of the money. He says he
ls now suing the racing association
for fourth money. Mr. Terway says
that neither be nor Fitzgerald will
run In any of the future races the association may promot,- because they
do not want to run unless they get a
square deal.
Zybsco Beats French Champion.
St. Louis, Oct. 21.���In two straight
falls Zybosco, the champion wrestler
of Emope, won from Karl Alberg,
the French champion, here last night.
It ls said he thereby earns the right
to meet Frank Gotch, champion of
the world.
A meeting of the Westminster Rovers Football Club will be held this
evening at Murchie's shop, at which
a team for the match with the This-
��� loa   on   Monday   wi\\   be   choocn,   and
other business transacted.
Spring Meeting at Memphis.
Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 21.���Disappointed in another attempt to introduce the harness style of racing here
following the close of the Southern
circuit, efforts are under way to revive the running races with a spring
meeting to precede Louis\ille. G. C
Bennett, bookmaker, former breeder,
and part owner of '.he track, has
consented to back the proposition.
Experiments at the narness meeting
with betting on the eastern plan
proved successful in so far as there
was no Interference from the authorities.
Ottawa Golf Club Destroyed.
,    Ottawa. Oct. 21.���The Ottawa Golf
iclub headquarters were completely
destroyed by fire last night and $35,-
|000 loss is entailed. The beautiful
buildings on the links on the Aylmer
road were found to be on fire at 6:15
I o'clock and as there were no fire-
fighting appliances or water supply
within reach the whole of the series
[of buildings were consumed by 11
o'clock. Hundreds endeavored, when
the fire broke out in the gentlemen's
locker-room, to save the club-house,
but, thought there was no wind, their
task was impossible. Some furniture was saved, but all the members'
effects and paraphernalia went into
the flames. The loss is covered by
insuranec to the extent of $23,000.
Col. Thompson has been in the
city arranging with Manager Carty, of
the Opera House, for the production
of the Shepherd King, which will be
put on at the Opera Hous eon November 1 and 2. This is a magnificent
spectacle, and like Ben Hur, is based
on scripture and notable for Its magnificent scenery. The show will
proceed to Vancouver, and thence to
Seattle.
NICK  CARTMELL
MAY MEET POSTELL
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
Tl
London, Oct. 21.���X. J. Cartmell.
the famous American sprinter and
holder of the British 220-yard championship, who recently caused a big
surprise in athletic circles by announcing that he had decided to turn
professional, has been matched to
run A. Postell, the Australian champion, at 220 yards, but the date on
which the race will be run has not
been decided. Cartmell _ chief reason for leaving the amateur ranks
was because he received an offer
from the University of North Carolina
to coach and train the track team.
Thousands.
This is the House of Quality
World's Record for Club Swinging.
Brisbane, Oct. 21.���Tom Burrows
again proved his right to the title of!
the world's champion club-swlnger
by defeating the American champion,
! Harry Lawson, al the Theatre Royal,
Brisbane, tit the same time establishing a new world's record of 66 hours
35 minutes. The American showed;
signs of distress some hours before the finish. Lawson dropped one
club about 10 minutes before the conclusion of the match, and sank weeping Into ti chair. Burrows announced
that he was quite prepared to Kive
Lav,son  another match.
ALL     WORK     GUARANTEED     BY
MERRITHEW I RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
TELEPHONE  586.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellcrs, Stationers, Newsdealers    |
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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ADVERTISE.  IN THE  NEWS
N OTIC E
A PUBLIC MEETING
will be hei i under the auspices of the
Canadian Labor Party In the
Labor Hall
ON
Friday Evening, October 22
AT 8 O'CLOCK, P.M.
For the purpose of discussing the advisability of placing a candidate I"
the field at the coming Provincial
Flections. All interested in direct
independent Labor representation are
earnestly Invited.
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you?
No wonder after the hard winter.
Few c#n stand it.
Put on a new one of Ruberoid
Roofinf.   No trouble then
Ruberoid is an elastie roofin_ and
will stand all kinds oi weather-
heat, eold, sun, rain, wind; makes
no difference to Ruberoid.
It is weather-proof and fire-r����
silting.
Will not melt, crack or rot.
Most easily applied and requires
no painting.
Call or write for full particulars,
samples and prices.
Phone 176.
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street as he does without
stretching your resources���
if you  know how.      Our
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They sift and choose the
world's best styles in the
great fashion centres and
embody them in clothes that
carry distinction ��� clothes
for all occasions, designs,
cut and made by tailors who
have served an apprenticeship in this thorough school.
These clothes are offered
you at prices made reasonable by the resources and
buying power of a long-established organization.
Examine them.    Try them
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Men who think they can't be  FITTED In READY-TO-WEAR
CLOTHES, or feel  that  ready-mades are NOT FIT for them, will
find the clothes we carry the EXCEPTION.      That's why we ask
you   to   examine   them.
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OVERCOATS $8 to $25.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22.
1909.
WEEN TOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is the beat rahw, because lt it pore, nutritious and rery economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO ���
{DID SAINT LUKE
WHITE SHORTHAND?
Evidence   Adduced   to    Show    Gospel
Was Taken   Verbatim  By Saintly
Stenographer.
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TENDER.
SALE  BY
Tenders will he received by the undersigned at the sheriff's office, Court
House. New Westminster, up to 12
o'clock noon, on Wednesday, the
twenty-seventh day of October, 1909,
for the purchase of the stock, etc.. of
D. F M. Perkins, general merchant.
Mission City, Ii. C. Persons desirous
of Inspecting the stock can do so by
applying to A. W. Lane, Esij., provincial constable, Mission City.
Inventories of the stock can be seen
on application at my office. New
Westminster, or to Mr. Lane at Mission City.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.     Terms cash.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Assignee.
Sheriff's office. New Westminster,
October 12, 1909.
years at an annual rental of $1 per
| acre. Not more than 2500 acres
!shall he leased to one Individual or
company. A royalty at the rate or
ifive cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���rnauthorlzert publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with.
ln the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any pereon wno is the sole head of a family
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
th-e local land office for the district
In which the land is situate. Entry
by piozy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the tather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform th��� conditions connected therewith under one of tbe toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tlie
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides ujion a farm ln the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
6uch person residing with the lather
Or mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased   for    a period of    'wenty-one
English Watchmaker
Gold Watcnes for Ladies from $12V5
up.
Silver Watches,   gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open    case,
^7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   trom   Ceo. Adams,  Grocer
London, Oct. 21.���The interesting
suggestion that the abundance of detail in St. Luke's Gospel is due to the
fact that he wrote shorthand was
made by Mr. Oliver McEwan, in a
lecture at the British Schools of Com
merce yesterday.
He traced the evolution of shorthand from the time of Tyro, Cicero's
freedman, who invented the first
known system about the year 5o B.C.,
up to the close of the eighteenth century, when Byrom published his improvement on all preceding systems.
"St. Luke, in all probability, wrote
Tyro's shorthand or some modification of it," Mr. McEwan declared. He
suggested that by its means the
evangelist put on record tlie actual
words of Jesus Christ and of the
Apostles.
"This," the lecturer continued, "may
explain the circumstantial character
of St. Luke s Gospel, as well as of
the Acts of tho Apostles, commonly
attributed to St. Luke."
CHURCHES TO UNITE
IN WAR UPON EVIL
Newspapers.     Magazines     and     Billboards to Aid  in the  Fight For
Good.
.\,w York. Oct. 21.���A campaign of
newspaper, magazine and billboard
advertising to call the attention of
the American public to the Importance of remedying certain pressing
social, economic and religious problems will be conducted, beginning
with the new year, by the combined
Protestanl churches of the United
Slates, it was announced today. The
work Is in charge of Rev. Charles
Stelzeli, superintendent of the Presbyterian church department of church
and labor, and is sponsored by the
home mission council, representing
j Protestant churches with a combined
membership of 18,000,000.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
AT THE HOTELS.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
What?
NEVER    HEARD    OF   THE
RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSET
An odorless closet.    No sewerage or water required. We
also   have  an  odorless  commode.
R. HARRIS. GO.
HALL-LAVERY  BLOCK
Russell   Hotel.
A. C. Hill, Vancouver.
Jas. I).  Robertson. Albion, B.
J. O. Mauzer, Silverdale.
J. A. L. Waddell, Kansas City, Wis.
H. T. Brltt, Neuberg, Ore.
J. H. Bastedo, Toronto.
Miss  L.   Rose, Guelph, Ont.
M. A. Joll, Victoria.
Geo. E. Peeve. Hamilton.
H.  D.  Chawhell,   Vancouver.
J.  W.  Martin,  Medicine  Hat.
C. A.  Macleay,  Montreal.
R. F. Walker, Vancouver.
C. S. Jefferey. Vancouver.
Percy Clark, Vancouver.
W. L. Clarkson, Vancouver.
W. C. Begg, Vancouver.
J. A. Straub. Seattle.
C. R. McWilllams, Syracuse, N. Y.
Windsor Hotel.
A. Parks, Bellingham.
S. McClughan, Port Kells.
T. Campbell, Kamloops.
S. D. Sewall, Vancouver.
A. Payne, Vancouver Island.
E. Stillwell, Vancouver.
H. Harper, Vancouver.
R. W. Entwlsle, Vancouver.
J. W. Spencer, Vancouver.
Robert Stein. Vancouver.
L. C. Child, Delegoa Bay, S. Africa.
i    Notice Is  hereby given  that thirty
days from date I intend to apply to
! F.  S.  Hussey, superintendent of pro-
! vincial   police,  Victoria.  B.  C,  for  a
transfer of the liquor license held by
���Gilbert Tulloch, for the Tourist hotel,
situated    at Port    Moody,    B. C, to
[ George Welch of Port Moody, B. C
GEO. WELCH
Port Moody, October 20, 1909.
Uniform Map of World.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���Mr. James White,
geographer o fthe Department of the
Interior, who has just returned from
a  prolonged  visit   to  the  West,  will
eave about the 1st of November for
a visit to London.    He will attend a
| meeting of the sub-committee  which
I was   appointed   by  the   International
I Geographical  Congress, held in    Bermuda in 1908, for the purpose of arranging for the production of a uniform map of the world on a scale of
approximately sixteen  miles to    the
'inch.    Mr. White is the representative
Jof the Dominion of Canada on    this
I sub-committee.
Re the south half of the southwest
quarter of Section 2ii, Township 16
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certl
flcate of title Number 12.179F. issued
in the name of Robert Fleming Seymour, has been flled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster. B. C, October 11, 1901).
SPKING    LAMB,     CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Jorner Eighth SL and    rifth Arena*
PHONE 17a
BOWELL A ODDY. Froorlaton.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up $4,700,000
n����crve Purid      3,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and Bold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
Men's Fine Pants
We rely upon the intrinsic merit of our goods and our small-profit
policy to bring us trade. You may use ''Sherlock Holmes1' methods if
you wish, and you'll find no values to equal these.
Men's Dark Worsted Pants, hlack   ground,   with   neat   stripe   design, cut in good style, per pair   $3.00
Men's Indigo Blue Serge Pants, hard, permanent finish,
per pair   $3.00
Men's Mid-Grey Worsted Pants, hair-line Btripes and a
crackerjack  for  wear,  Per pair $3.75
Big range of Extra Fine Pants,   made   from  high-grade   West-of-
England Worsteds, per   pair $4.50 to $7.50
Our range of these is practically unlimited, and investigation will
show you that we are the right people when it comes to quality and
price.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents9 Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
Scotch  Whisky
TOW
Necessity of Large Reserve Stocks.
Only when adversity comes, can   we k_tC
our full strength���or weakness.
A smaller concern would bave been completely dismayed by  the disastrous  fire  which,
in one night, wiped out our Dundee warehouses
together with two million  gallons of Watson's
Whisky.
But we were carrying on business���without
inconvenience to any of our customers���the
very next day.
The large stocks of whisky we continually
hold in reserve at other points, enabled us, at
that crucial time, to fill all orders with the usual
promptness���and with whisky of the uniformly
high quality that has always distinguished our
brands.
When you consider that a two million
gallon loss could not hamper us, you can readily
understand how well we are prepared to meet
any untoward circumstances that may arise, and
to ensure uniform age and quality for the
contents of every case we ship.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR"���A mild, thoroughly m.turtd Scotch.
"NO. 10"���A lull-bodied, richly ll.vortd Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  ��� Dundee.
In and out of town accounts  soli
cited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Public Market
Market Clerk  D, E. Mackenzie
Open  8 a. m, to 6 p.m. Fridays  7 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Pbone   138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER  VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Keen's Stall
for
VEGETABLES,   HERBS.
Davies (y Son
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and Bedding Plants.
Monk's Stall
for
Fisb and Came
The Weekly News
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers ond Dealer* in]All Kina" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
t
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New We.tmin.ter
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl-
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL ��5.26 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & fn FL0UR AND FEED MERCH^-
FRONT 8TREET. New Wertmlnster. Telephone S3* fridav
OCTOBER 22. 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN'.
ONLY  A  PEW  MORE   DAYS TO   BUY
._____.
mArf^m
lr
rna
Stock
before the raise.    We are now in a position to raise the price of our stock, and for good and sufficient reasons.   Vou will never have another opportunity to make so much money on a like amount invested, because
WE HAVE THE OIL
and also 800 acres of the choicest oil lands in the great Alaskan oil fields.   Our refinery will be erected on
the seacoast, 11-2 miles from the well.
Shares 15c cash, Fully Paid and Non-assessable.
SEATTLE OFFICE:
330-331 PIONEER BUILDING
Phone Main 5865.
B. C. REPRESENTATIVES:
AULD, GWIN & McCLARTY
614 Hastings Street W. Phone 4327
DIAMONDS
life have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND  HAMILTON   WATCHES.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
New Furniture
Business
We sell direct from the manufacturer to t^e public.
SAMPLE  ROOMS:
Nos. 2 and 3 Dupont Block, over "The   Fair."
Lowney's Chocolates
Fresh this week.
RYALL'S
**--������-
the druggist and
optician.;
Eyes Tested Free.' Phone 57.
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Take notice that an application has
been made to register Charles Ketch-
urn as tne owner In fee simple, under a tax sale deed from C. C, Fisher
to Frederic W. Howay and Robie L.
Held, bearing date the 1st day of December, A. D., 1902, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract or
land and premises bltuate. lying and
being in the district of New Westminster, ln the province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lot 13 of Block 13
of Lot 201, Group 1, Murray's Ad 11-
tion, nortii half of Lot 14 of Block 13
of Lot 201, Group 1, Murray's Addition.
You nnd those claiming through or
under you and  all  persons  claiming
any interest In the said land by virtue of   any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
In the said land   by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions  of  the  "Land  Registry  Act,'
are required to contest the claim of
the tax    purchaser    within forty-flve
jdays from the date of the first publication of this notice, and in default
jof a caveat jr certificate of Us pendens being filed    within such period
or  in  default  of    redemption before
registration, you and each of you wlll
lbe   forever   estopped and    debarred
from setting  up any claim  to or in
j respect of the said land, and I shall
register    Charles Ketch um as owner
! thereof in fee.     And I hereby direct
that  publication    of    this notice tor
! thirty flays In a dally newspapp?r published  ln  New  Westminster  wlll  be
'good and sufficient service thereof.
Date! at the Land Registry Office,
'New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 28th day of September, A. D. 1909.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Henry Young, Esq., John Uren,
Esq. "8-30
FRANCE LEADS WORLD       {
IN LIQUOR CONSUMPTION *
In   Fifty  Years   Per  Capita  Consumption   Has  Increased  From 3 1-2
to 70 Pints.
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings huUt with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
' ���*<_. jS.      cheapness lies?
__JLLEY BROS., Ltd.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL |14.400,000.00|
RE8ERVE 11,000.000.00 I
Branches throughout Canada and i
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane, |
0. 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 in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tota'  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WE3TMIN8TER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Paris, Oct. 21.���The Frenchman
has the palm when it comes to the
consumption of wine and spirituous
drinks, according to figures just made
public by the municipal statistical department.
Less than fifty years ago Frenchmen consumed per capita annually
less thiui 3 1-2 pints of alcohol. Today the average adult Frenchman
drinks 70 pints of spirits at 100 degrees of strength���almost equivalent
to 1 _5 pints of brandy���a year.
Thirty years ago, France had a
wine shop or cafe for every 109 Inhabitants. Today, there is one for
every 40. Liquor selling establishments in Paris number 30,000, while
London, whose population is more
than double, has only tiOOO. Dr. Bertillon, head of the municipal statistical department, says there are 137,-
800 distilleries in France. An alarming feature of the statistics is the increase shown in absinthe drinking
and the fact that children are becoming familiar with the poison.
Of a class of forty-nine pupils, thirty acknowledged that they had tasted
absinthe, and in a class of sixty-
three children between the ages of
six Knd nine, twenty-four admitted
that they drank brandy every day.
DIDN'T MIND THE GHOST,
BUT CROWDS WORRY HIM
Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations wlll run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
Toronto, Oct. 21.���Mark Maynard,
of Pape avenue, at the assize court
yesterday claimed damages against a
well known clergyman and the Toronto World. The clergyman some
time ago wrote a ghost story which
was published ln the paper, and although no names were mentioned, the
description of the house tallied exactly with that owned by Maynard.
The story went. Into the paper on Saturday and on Sunday Maynard claims
his premises were overrun by people
anxious to see the haunted liouse. He
also stated his wife became ill In consequence of the whole affair. The
case Is before Justice Brltton.
Standard Medical Degree.
London, Oct. 21.���The Canadian Associated Press understands that arrangements are being made to revive
a scheme which was flrst proposed
two years ago, but regularizing all
colonial medical degrees In accordance with the requirements of the
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. A conference is likely to be
held in London in 1910.
TURKEYS
Messrs. P. Burns & Co.
LIMITED
wish to announce that they
have provided a choice supply for the
Thanksgiving
and will be pleased to fill your order, as
well as for the choicest BEEF, PORK,
MUTTON, VEAL, Etc., Etc   Your patronage is selected.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645   Columbia  Street.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS
Evidence is
Better Than
Talk
You can have evidence of our especial values in Groceries and Crockeryware if you buy
from us.
We have the largest and best line
of groceries in the
town, and we have
the price that will
suit any buyer.
When in town
call and see our
store���full of life,
full of artistic
thought and full
of honest values.
PROOFS
City News
Rnb     Stevenson's
boots and  shoes    to
thirty days.
whole  stock   of
b.  sold off  in
219-
For pinnos, organs, sewing machines, talking machines, sheet music and records go to J. H. Todd's
music  liouse,  Columbia   street.
For first-class cut llowera and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse, R208. ������
All kinds of (lowers for Thanksgiving at Tidy's new florist store, phone
|L184.
#TTHE very fact that there are
^     more Great   Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron Ranges
sold tian any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.mes as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON   &   LUSBY
Columbia Street.
optician, is  at
Room 13, every
��� THE ���
lit!'., PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
MRU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
T. A. MUIR X CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
NIGHT SCHOOL
Your spare time Is worth money.
Why not use it?
We can prepare you for a responsible position that will mean
Advancement.
Do not stand still. Improve your
position. Expert teachers. Quick
results.
WestminsterModernBusiness
School
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
be transacted in the offices
lately occupied by McBride &���
Kennedy, 28 Lorne street, ln
the company's head offlce building.
WESTMINSTER TRUST _
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD,
F. J. HART, Manager.
New Westminster, Sept. 25th,
1909.
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
��� 1 ILL i'Lade in south bend KAlN VjL I
JAMES & McCLUGHAN j
Good Line of Second-Hand and New Heaters        s
For Sale Cheap.
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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Dr.   J.   D.  Gamble,
625 Columbia street,
1 Friday.
i
Buy orchard  lands   while  they  art-
cheap and become independent.      We
lare the official agents of The Western
'Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Let
us tell you about tlu-ir choice holdings
'at Appleland.      A new  townsite ani
fruit  district    along  the  line of    tli.-
IB. C.  Electric Chilliwack  line and  V.
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway.
Thlg section excelis in the production
lof all fruits.   Come at once whil_�� the
best lands are selling cheap and let us
[Show you this section at our expense.
-We can   sell    five, ten,    fifteen and
; twenty acre tracts ou easy terms.     D'
I J. Hart & Co., Ltd. **
Everything for the garden at Tidy's
! phone 184. ������
Repairing    neatly    done    by  D.  F.
Qulgley at Sinclair's shoe store.
The  steamer  Transfer  will her_a_
ter   leave   the   Brackman-Ker    wharf!
for Ladner, Westham Island and way j
points, at 2 o'clock in  the afternoon
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
on  the  following morning.      On Sat-i
urday she will make an extra return
trip arriving in the city in the even-
lng.      Trips will be made to Steves-;
ton as tlie business warrants. ** ;
If some of your personal  papers-
deeds,  insurance  policies,  agreements
of sale, mortgages, etc.. should be destroyed by fire would it not give you
] great   inconvenience,   annoyance   and
worry?     It   certainly   would.     A   box
in our safety deposit  vault  costs lit- '
tie, is very convenient, and gives you j|
the most perfect security.    Dominion
! Trust Co.. Ltd.. T.   R.  Pearson, man-
lager New Westminster branch.
Lost���Large white envelope, containing shipping receipts, etc. Find-
|er please return to Vlday ��� Bacchus,
j Thompson  block.
A harvest Thanksgiving service
was held last evening at St. Alban's
Burnaby, the church being prettily
decorated for the occasion. The offertory will go toward the rectory
fund.
The flag at the court house was
lowered to half-mast yesterday tor
the late R. J. Skinner, provincial timber inspector, and a pioneer of the
province.
A new establishment will be added j
to the places of business on Columbia ,|
street  tomorrow  when   H.   Tidy,  son
of S. G. Tidy, of this city, will throw I
open the doors of his florist's shop to j |
the public.     Despite the fact that he
will be one of the youngest men doing
business  in  this  city,   Mr.   Tidy  has
a thorough knowledge of all  the ins!'
and outs of his vocation, having pre-1
viously  been  associated  with  his fa- j
ther in the conduct of his nurseries j
in  this city.      Mr.  Tidy's  store  will
be  located  next to  Kenney's restau-
rant,
W. Norman Bole, K. C, returned
yesterday from Chilliwack accompanied by Mrs. Bole.
The young man who was held for
some time in connection with the recent forgery case, and was released
owing to the failure of the prosecution to secure witnesses, is again |
held, This time he Is charged with
obtaining flve dollars on a bogus
cheque, drawn on the Bank of Commerce, in which he had no account. !
Yesterday he was arraigned before j
the magistrate in the police court and
remanded to today. i
The funeral takes place today al
Langley of Mlss Barbara MacKay, a
native of Scotland, who died at the
age of 51. She died al Fori Langley.
Where  she had recently  resided.
Demands for relief remain m the
(normal in the city at present, according to the report stn the Westminster
Benevolent Society at iis monthly
meeting yesterday.
The  Monetary Times has  an inter- j
esting article on the  financial  condl- j
tlon of this city, in view of the recent
issue of debentures being offered for
sale, from the pen of Walter J. Walker, the city auditor.
Mrs. G. A. Hyde, of Fourth street,
received tlie news yesterday of the
death of her mother, Mrs. B. T.
Leigh, of London, Ont.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
'      NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   G.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
!
West End Property j
GOOD BUYS
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j F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I
Getting Ready For
Thanksgiving
Who Needs Linens?
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4> NOW   IS THE   SUSY     HARVEST    TIME     FOR ���
��� THRIFTY      BUYERS.     THE   NEW   LINENS     ARE ���
��� ON   DISPLAY,   BEAUTIFUL    IN    THEIR     SNOWY ���
��� WHITENESS.    EVERY ONE OF THEM  READY TO ���
��� GRACE   THE   FESTIVE   BOARD   WITH   BEWITCH- ���
��� ING   CHARM.       PRICED    TOO     IN     A     MANNER ���
��� WHICH   WILL  ENTICE  YOU   INTO   BUYING   NOW. ���
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The Winter Feast Days Are Here.
IT MEANS THE OVERHAULING OF THE LINEN CHEST AND THE PURCHASING OF MANY
NEW LINENS. FOR WISE HOUSEWIVES WHO BELIEVE IN PREPARING FOR^THESE DAYS
THIS STOCK OFFERS MANY ATTRACTIONS. THIS IMPORTANT OFFERING OF FINE LINENS
AND OTHER FABRICS NEEDED BY EVERY GOOD HOUSEWIFE AT THIS TIME OF YEAR BEGINS   THIS   MORNING.
New
Bedding
For Fall.
When you purchase bedding here you are secure in
all knowledge that you are
buying the best, profitable
quality at the lowest price,
and that no store can offer
you a better assortment to
choose from. If your bedrooms need new blankets
and bedding of any kin _ we
have what you wain in
these lines. Now is the time
to make the home comfortable for Winter.
UNMATCHABLE   VALUES
IN   GOOD  QUILTS
Special lines that will
commend themselves to ev-.
ery one who investigates
these offerings, qualities
and values are very superior.
DAMASK   QUILTS
in   single,   three-quarter  and
double bed  size,  very  pretty
patterns.    Prices each
 $2.25 to $7.00
BLANKETS
If your bedrooms need blankets we have what you want
in this line. Pure Saxony
wool blankets in all weights
extra quality whipped separately, pink and blue borders, prices ..$4.00 to $10.00
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED   SHEETINGS
We carry the best plain
and twilled sheeting at this
price, that Is possible to procure, 2 yds., 2 1-1 yds., and
2 1-2 yards wide, per yard
only    25c to 50c
Ilesi quality English and
Canadian sheetings and pillow cottons, circular and
plain in all widths.
Most Complete Array of
Table Linens
WE    HAVE    EVER    SEEN.
Beautiful  double faced satin damask in pure bleach.      This
Is the best   Belfas   Irish linen and cannot be Burpas ed
lor quality.      We are  showing  the  new    onion  design
also,  a  pretty pansy and fleur-de-lis pattern.     I'n
this   lot   are,   per yard $2.00 and $2.25
Napkins to match all patterns.      All two yards wide.
Heavy double faced damask in pure bleached, two yards
wide; beautiful quality and guaranteed to wear a lifetime. Shamrock also rose designs in this quality.
Napkins to match all patterns.   Yard   $1.50
One of the most popular lines we carry. Double faced
damask, full two yards wide and beautiful quality. In
thia quality we have the very popular polka dol pattern; also a pretty rose, fern and carnation design.
Napkins   to  match all  patterns.    Price,  yard   .   ,..$1.25
Good pure bleach damask, two yards wide. This quality
proves a popular seller on account of the very rea on
able price. Napkins to match all patterns.' Price
Per yard    $1i00
Half bleached table linen, extra heavy  quality,   something
that  we   guarantee will stand all kinds of wear.     Tin-
old   fashioned  block pattern Is in this quality,    Prlci
per yard from    75c to 90c
In this lot we have table linen from 35c to 50c yard. Somi
thing  suitable  for  Hotel or Boarding house use Is
to be had ln this lot.     Come in and see us.
Excellent Values in
White Dress Fabrics
Materials suitable for Children's. Dresses and Coats,
Women's Evening Dresses, Waists, Skirts and Coats. Note
the variety and prices.
FANCY  CREAM   LUSTRES,  per yard    45c to 75c
PLAIN   CREAM   LUSTRES, per yard 35c to 75c
FANCY  SERGES  Per yard 45c to $1.00
PLAIN   CREAM   SERGES, ln    light,    medium    and heavy
weights, per   yard 60c to $1.25
CREAM   CASHMERE per yard 50c to $1.00
CREAM   DELAINE, Per yard 60c to 75c
CREAM   NUN'S  VEILING, per yard 50c to 60c
BEDFORD CORD, peiyard 50c to 90c
CREAM   ROXANA,  per yard 50c to 60c
CREAM    EOLINES, Per yard 90c to $1.00
CREAM   BROADCLOTH, 50 in. wide, per yd. $1-35 to $1.50
CREAM   CORDED  VELVET,  heavy  weight,  per yard..-60c
Decorative Linens.
Every woman who  loves these dainty linens should be here today;   the  values are remarkable, but
we  must describe them  briefly:
Tea Cloths in linen damask, sizes 30x30, 3fix36.     Prices each from 75c to $200
Sideboard Cloths,  Bureau Covers, Washstand Covers, from 50c up to $200
Pretty Doylies of every description in our stock; Cluny lace; hand-made doylies made by the peasants in Ireland; drawn work, Battenberg damask   linen;   fringed linen.
We have a large stock of Battenberg and drawn work linens for any one who cares for these prettj
and attractive linens.
Linen Cloths, 2x2 yards  2x2 1-2, 2x3, 2x3 1-2, at all prices from, per set $4-00 up to $12.00
Separate Cloths with border all round, each from $1-25 UP t0 $3'5��
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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