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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES &
'   W"_   WESTMINSTER,  E
.
NEW WESI
. ,  NuMBER
fl?[.S GATES
miS AFTERNOON
LIFE
^^^ ASSURA.^
White, shile   & co.
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'Hfl'
JOIiiiE ORDERS ARREST
OE DISORUNTEEO LITIGANT
Man Who Undertakes to Criticise Ac
Mggride to Inaug-     tion of the Court Given SharP
ite Greatest Exhibition
History of B. C.
Warning.
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Tod-iy's   Program.
ening  ol
lion. Rich-
McBrid-     Premier    ol
'    nm.    !���  '"      "       matCh'
Amateurs
Senior
1 virship flight.
electrical
.
.      Gl md    concert   m
I   building   by
. .,���    Fire    Brigade
1 pm
hip    flight    in
xhibition  grounds.
{���������������������������������������������
atesl ei  all  the  many exhl-
slilch have been held in New
pter ni Us long history opens
public  at   _  o'clock
Ibition   grounds  and
bei ii hut in excellent
,- ii ���; ...a s park,    although
bi   done right up to
Ding   hour.        Business  was
then- tiuoughoui   yesterday.
i|j| Fisheries  building,
only it'll tiv hands of the con-
late last w_ok.
(stock exhibits   this   year   will
l.p.did.     The     removal   of  the
ime just in time to en-
��-. presented in some-
like a fail shape, while horses,
j; om the best breed-
���I' tnada have  arrived
.liition.
IPremier Will  Open   Fair.  '
oon as Premier   McBride de-
the   show    open  all     will   be
|       tors this afternoon. The
attractions    today    are  the
I Sights, and the lacrosse match
(.n Westminster and    the   Van-
Bei        \:ivt urs.      This    is
itopro'v attractive.   The only
tecessiiy today Is fine weather.
Ki it a bumper attendance Is
Live Stock   Classes.
prii       i attle    classes  filled
Red Polls.    Holsteins
llonlKirns. but  the Channel  is-
breeds are short.      Beef cattle
rons and Hereforda are natur-
beini_   particularly  a show
iry cattle
chief brei ���:- of sheep on show
Icesters, South Down. Lineolns
rseis, am ng the exhibitors be-
haiwon Bros 01 Cloverdale, Menu Bros Langley, W. Grimmer,
( ii   Webb, A. C. Wells.
. '��� T. lllgghlson A: I
J. Thompson and W. Banford,
tbe Chilliwack district.
- breeders are also chiefly centi In tin swine classes, which
v"r ni- nol numerously filled. A
did variety of horses will be
n. principal!*, Hackneys, Suffolk.
fl ��� Cl li does. Percherors,
B0M1" 'i les,     All the lm-
" I      have exhibits.
e dairy building is onlv jusi be-
All   the  principal  exhibits
'Sltion yesterday helng preserved
and honey,
_ fanciers'    section    will   be  In
to this morning,    Owing to the
year ii |s not    the best ocea-
show pri/.,. poultrv.
ers' building is full
Per<lowli everj Yiiul of
���   .   ' ' Hiding necessity,
Wcm. which nn agricultural com-
OHliI   llPdd.
Frtiit a  Feature.
I    certainly
. panic il
Somewhat   of     a     sensation     was
sprung in the county court yesterday
when   Judge    Howay   ordered   the   aires!  and imprisonment  of one of the
parlies  in   a   case   bronglil   before   him.
The   case   was    thai    ol    lluilkey    vs.
Brunette   Saw   .Mills  Co.,   Ltd. " The
plaintiff   lost   the  case,  and   iiiiderlokk
to   criticise   the   ordei   ol   the   comi
thai he pay ten dollars a month, de-!
*'daring  thai   he  was oul  of work  and
could  not  do so.
The   judge  rebuked  bim  for his  lm-
��� j pertinence   and   on   his  continuing   or-
t Idered bis arrest.    Dunkey  was taken
below, and after the court was allowed to go witli a  warning alter having
made flue apologies.
1 IN COUNCIL CANCELS
C1TYS SHARE IN COQUITLAM LAKE
Copy of New Order Before City Council Places Vancouver
Power Company Under Restrictions Similar to
Provincial Regulation., and Cancels Reserve.
LANGLEY MAV FOLLOW
SISTER MUNICIPALITIES
/Ctqr fgY&rfQspy.\i copy
First   Meeting   Promises  Well   for  Organization of Board of Trade  in
Premier   Settlement.
COUNTY COURT
AGAIN IN SESSION
The ordei   In
Ottawa   di
lake con   ���   ei
co incil  prepared  al
with   the  Coquitlam
and  dated  Septem-
���  city  engineer
at     the    expense
ber D,  l_0!l, pp:  \; hlch  no copies have
led the cuy hall, came before the
cltj  council  las) evening through the  now- records, or at tnt
solicitor! for Coquitlam council, Corbould & ','.ant. forwarding a copy ol
the order. This was read to the aldermen in open council.
satisfaction  of th
the   said   city   and ^^^^^^^^^^^
the   company.
(c)   That  the   water   supply   of   the
city of    New  Westminster    shah be.
furnished at   the   same    pressure >'
option ei the
head ofwater
Nature of Application.
_ter setting oul  that the Vancouver   Power   Company   had   spent   eighteen    million    dollars   ou permanent
works  and   proposed  to increase  this
ment Summonses.
,
Judge Howay held county comi
chambers yesterday, and today will
take up the cases whieli hav. accumulated since the last sitting.
Court wlll open this morning at H
o'clock.
Yesterday an application was made
by K. C. Brown, for the plaintiff, in
ilie case of Purvis vs. Benson, for
an order for substitutional service.
An order was made for service by
posting on properly at Abbotuford, the
registrar's office, and by registered
letter.
Judgment Summonses.
The following judgment summonses
were dealt with:
Trapp ��� Co.. vs. Potter. Not served.
McLennan _ McFeeley vs. Murphy.
.Not   served.
Foster _ McCallum vs. Cooper.
Stand over till next month for proper  service   to   be   made.
Parsons vs.  Uavis.    Not served.
Charleton vs. Brown. Order for
Jlo down and $ln on 20th day of each
month  thereafter.
Mathers vs. Osborne. Order for $15
tier month, firsl payment Nov. ll.
Massey-Harris \ o. vs. Creamer.
Not   served.
Barclay fi Adams vs. Day. Struck
out.
Dunkey vs. Brunette Saw Mills.
Order for $10 per month. Kirst payment   Nov.   11,
Sanderson   vs.   Mantou.     Order   for
$20 perm  onth.    Flrsl  payment  Oct.
IS.   and   balance   on     1Mb
month.
Falch   vs.   Bridge.    Order   for
mlttal   20  days.
Trapp   &   Co.   vs.   Ross.     Ordei
(Continued   on   Page  Four).
iiv
lni".
city at as much as the
in ibe hike will afford.
'di Thai ih��' company shall remove
without reducing the presenl net hydraulic head, tin- vegetable growth,
and objectionable micro-organlsma
and all impurities, color, odor and
taste that may be Inflicted on the
Water  supply  of  tiie   city  as  a  result
__^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_,of  the  construction  and  operation  of
to twenty-six  million in the next  two the dam
L^Vt^lTL^^
His   Honor  Judge   Howay1;;;.;,.,"';; ^Yl !,KtYl AlYlt ��rf ,ands ""  reasonable il"d ^
���n���_.l~   ���.ir-^-U    Tit t    i      .Hooded by  the    raising    m tne lake be
Deals With  Many Judg-level. '
The minister of the interior had to
consider the application in its effect
on the city water supply, Uv Interests
of the timber lessees, floating logs
over the dam. requirements ot water
for agricultural and domestic purposes, navigation of the river, of possible
Injury to the fish interests, and tne
safely of the dam,
Tiie minister reported on these various aspects, stauiig that he had the
ad\ice oi Resident Engineer U. A.
Keefer and J, o. Challies on the proposed dam, and recommended poi-
mission he granted subject to a series of regulations, including the approval of all plans by the minister,
and tlie appointment of an inspector
on the work, to be paid by the company.
Proposed  Terms.
The minister    suggested    that  the i
charge should    be    $lu    an  acre  for men   were  not  all   present;   a  special
75  acres   purchased,  and   a   lease   meetlng   shouk,   be   called    afl  ,t  was
ot  Uie other area shall he granted at.���le mogt lmportant matter wMch had
come before th.- council.      It was cu-
%.��� a    thai  the corporation which had]
       ���"�� I   I interest in  tiie  lake as any-
paid  for  the land  granted  by   the or-' e,se   shoulj  receive  the  flm  in.
der in councl ot May 31, 1902  (which  fo].mation  from  outside.      Everything
is incorrect) and had not had it sur- jn the new or()ei. h.u, flnjU reference
veyed, that the waterworks bad been L   thp mlnister of the interior.     The
carried out  without  permission of the who,e   business    was  a  bad  state  of
government, and other features. affaJrg and wlthout the original order
The company would pu'. up a  bond
to  indemnify   the  department  against
any action  for damages.
What Company Will Do.
Continuing the memorial said:
The said Vancouver Power Company
has informed the minister of the inferior that it is prepared to enter into
an agreement with the minister: tai
to place iti the dam forming part of Coquitlam
its   contemplated   new   works   a   pipe
for the supply of water to the city of;.which    the    negotiations    had    been
New Wesf _inster of such size not to ihandled.
exceed  four  feet  in diameter, and of Personnel  of Committee,
such material as may be acceptable I The special committee will be the
to the city engineer of the said city, game which dealt with the investiga-
said dimension being stated by the j tion before the provincial government
company to give a capacity twenty-
one times greater than the city's
nresent pipe at the existing works of
the company.
iln thai the plans of the intake
lower and screens. Intake gates for
the city water supply as submitted to
Having successfully completed the
organization of two boards of trade i"
the district, Surrey and Maple Ridge,
oi the three launched under the aegis
of the New Westminster board, Mission having been organized by A. E.
While, when secretary, the secretary,
(' II. Stuarl Wade, has made a stall
al Langley.
lie  mei  the    municipal council on
Saturday  afternoon, and  discussed the
proposal wiih them. He pointed oul
how the establishment of a hoard
would aid the agitation for better orphans'
roads in the district, this being in)-I with tin
portanl to them at the Qrsi settled
portion of the mainland of British Columbia, a. district which Bhould set all
example.       The   council     favored   the
proposal to whieli they will give further consideration.
COUNCIL Ml \
AID 10 SlifTERERS
Responds to Appeal For Extension Relief Fund ���Columbia Street Poles.
conform to. and enforce upon
lands all reasonable and sani-
rules and regulations which may
promulgated by the city, subject
to an appeal to the honorable the
minister of the interior as to the reasonableness of, or necessity for, any
such  rules or regulations.
The minister therefore recommended that the reservation of lands, 18,-
000 acres, granted by the order in
council of May 31, 1902, should be
canceled and also the order of August IT. 1904, reserving the Umber on
the lands from sale.
Calls   It   Highway   Robbery.
Aid. Gray suggested tlie appoint- j
ment. of a committee of three to col- (
lect all necessary InformaUon, making whatever expense was necessary,
with power to employ the city solicitor and to act with Coquitlam municipality in pulling an Injuncclon mi
the work. The circumstances were
those of highway robbery, after the
lands  had  been  paid  for by  the city.
Aid. Johnston    regretted tiie alder-
POLAR BEARS TO
DRAW ICE SLEDS
Alderman Jardine occupied the
chair at the weekly meeting of the
city council last night, lu addition
io a lengthy communication with regard io tiie Coquitlam lake water supply, n pm tv! elsewhen . a number of
matters were dealt with. Tlie sum
of $250 was voted to the widows and
relief fund in connection
incident al the Extension
mines.
Objects to Contract Award.
John Reid. proprietor of the West-
minster lion Works, wrote objecting
to in- way in which the tender for 65
cast iron poles had been let to the
Schooio .Machine Works, at a higher
figure lv stale,| than his own. ln
tlie course of ii he said: "Uo you
think 1 could not give you asatisfac-
tory job on tlie posts? Is there anything in my reputation to justify you
in arriving in that conclusion'.' * *
\s a taxpayer 1 have to pay my share
Trained Animals To BeUtil- ol $1.6.25, more than ought to have
been paid for the work, and am beat
ized in Another Arctic Ex- 0UL of u J��b thiU ' 3ll0Ula bave ,had-
My reputation as an ornamental lron-
pedition.
Bamburg, Oct. 10.���Capt. Ronald
Amundsen, the well known Danish
explorer,  who is about  to start  on  a
worker has been injured by your giving another firm more for the same
work than the prices quoted by me."
Aid. Gray, in moving a resolution
that Mr. Reid should be informed of'
tlje reasons why the council had acted
as they did, said the lender had not
polar expedition, has decided to try jcomplied with the specifications. The
a remarkable innovation in the use of council had shown no inclination to
draught animals for polar travel. He ,pass any unfavorable expression
|will endeavor    to make    polar bears jabout his work.
draw his sledges. Aid.   Adams,  in  seconding,   said  he
Some time   ago    Capt.    Amundsen jwas not aware Mr. Reid had a mould-
of     each
corn-
tor
CHIEF EDITOR OF TIMES
INJURED AT WINNIPEG
the ',!> acres purchased, and a  lease
area shall be granted at  y
_o cents a year per acre
The memorial on the minister's re- j
port  claimed    that  the    city had not |
for
made a contract with Carl Hagen-
beck, the famous animal trainer, for
twenty ice bears, three years old.
Hagenbeck's men nave been industriously at work for a month training
Uie bears, and the results attained
are said to promise success in polar
work. The animals will be shipped
to Chrisfiania this week, where they
will be taken on boar.l Capt. Amundsen's  ship.
they were in no better position at the
lake than when they started. He regretted the city was not apprized in
any way of what was going on at Ottawa.
Aid. Adams thought it would be
better to wait till a complete report
was ready before them, then they
could have a special meeting with
representatives    present.
The number of naaies on the provincial voters list this year is about
the same as last, according to the
showing made now that the new
names have be-n added. In the city
150 new names were added .in Delta
275 and in Oewdney 155. The number
of new names for the city is slightly
less than the number added last year
and for the other districts an increase
is shown.
The funeral of Mrs. Constable, of
Port Kells, took place yesterday from
Murchie's undertaking parlors to the
Church of England cemetery.
The directors and staff of the Fraser Valley Nurseries were entertained
to dinner at the Russell hotel last
evening.
While   Riding    With    Earl   and    Lady
Grey He Was Thrown From Horse
and  Sustained Broken  Leg.
at a previous time, Aldermen Adams,
Henley and Gray.
It was also decided to wire to Otto-
wa for a copy of the order, and a
statement that the city protested
against  the reserve being cancelled.
City  Clerk  Duncan  said he had  re-
FLYING MACHINE
TRUST IS LATEST
and approved by the municipal coun-jceived no reply from the department
cll of '.he said city shall be faithfully |with reference to the message sent
carried   out   by   the   company   to   the \\ats week.
New Concern Organized in New York
City  With   Charles  R.   Flint  at
the Head.
mag-
JF"' particularly  apples,  and   the
I | nl   lavish   Columbia
ii,., |
to U, ,,
Winnipeg, Oct.   ll.-L. P.   Amery,
chief editor of the London Times, is
today   suffering   from   Injuries  said   to
be of a serious  naluie. which  he sustained   in   an  accident   Saturday.    Rein :he upper floor oflturnlng   wiih    Karl   ami   Lady ���'">
vv    which   ev- from a riding trip, his stirrup caught
on,- I     a pQBt whUe ,u. waa going through
��� people are  working'a  half-open   gate  and   he  S^^d?
Pme fixing uu ti���   district  exhl- double fracture   of   the ankle  being
nlreadj   in place are the  thrown  violently  to  the  ground
v    ,,,      Armstrong,   Mission    Sur-I     Mr.    Amery  is  resting    easy  mcia.
������^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
'rm and
.
Kdninntun-strathcona,
plU    Meadows.
"'"' busy  glvln
tn their
fs this,
an usual, u
Ihei
buch .. ,
|l flower
Salmon land the physicians say that he proba-
All    the|bly   will  be  able  to  leave   New   \<>i iv
g  the  finishing
work.    The display-
season will be larger
for
indi-
om-
for London  on  October 26.
Mr. Amery has been nominated
 ._.���.. .a  third  time  as the  Unionist
tanks to the mild season, date for Wolverhampton at  tl
lonors thi"11""'"1""  tor    'lie  district ing  general  election,  and is atulous
����_.?.,  ll >���������"���-  '.i  |ndg,
111  ready   '
keener
tiatfii! ]
lo bi
fs betv*
than
in  )ilac
from  the [to get back to England,
is going I ^
ever, particularly
�� 'JPIvtpnn o     .,'"      "' '���   l'al "cuiui iy | .,        nresent
n<1 thus. fo!',   V;''1'.1' Vil,ll'>' exhibits! James Cunningham   to   th(    P'LB
from
Indu
the Interior valleys.
T     ,     -ustrlal Building.
Ibly attract111 bulldln8 will proba-
"le,'i' is hn,n"1-"'il,,'*t interest, tor
lion of ,, "r1 ""' s"u'��'l'vl exhibi-
^ mn, l;""K wa��'ea which win
Play8 IY A\ '"������ -lie effective dis-
Snal��s. e.o..H 8Ve '"'''h secured,
I'l'odu,,,      u,'s'   pianos,   and other
ton ov,,.    '  ' bu"ding i8
mi|i'si,.a TY ,:'<r,.v   pioneer
traits ���[',, . "'  h<? collection of por-
sure* on �� ��ii" mera whl<*  again
���..,���,,; "��'.��� Ibis department
,    ���>��  is  again
educational and
and  every  pion,
giv-
tlne
wlll
h\
[infl ipAIA   "l   Methodisi plon-
C:ll(^ 5 u"s,"""d ,o co,um-
New
��e portraits of tne
Westminster from
mayor. .,   ,   ��,m.
The ladles are arranging then   �����
cy work in this part of the building,
and the fine arts exhibit  of the _.    ���
Society  is  also   located   here-    A  h-
lery In Ibis building, as well   as
women's building, will be used W tu
,\uxiliai>   1��'
ladies of the Women's
providing  refreshments.
The    cookery    demonstrations
not   materialize, as the local
of Women had wished.
Outside Shows.
Outside    there    are    all    the
charms of the Sockeye Row, <��
streak, which  will  doubtless
their full  measure of attention.
Tiie aerodome for the airship n
is situated at  the rear of the ma*���'
ery   hall,  from  which  the  n^11 8
he made.
did
Council
old
Pay-
receive
nts
tin-
will
S.   S.   GREENWICH   ARRIVES.
Big  Tramp   Steamer Ties   Op  at   Fraser   River   Mills.
The British tramp steamer Greenwich arrived in Uie Eraser river on
Sunday and tied up al the Eraser
river mills lo fill out her cargo
lumber for Sydney. Australia. The
Greenwich look a considerable percentage of her cargo at
and when sh
drawing over
Although she
nearly four
Last Night's Bowling.
The   Royal  City   Mills  beat   the  Native  Sons  last     evening  by   14:;  pins,
'l'he  winnters w\re challenged  hy  Uie
Albertans, and this game win be
played shortly. The Carpenters will
play the winners.
Chemaiinis.
! entered  the  river  was
eighteen feet of watei.
crossed  the  Sandheads
with! A Start was made yesterday on the
retaining walls on Columbia street,
that portion between the Bank of
Commerce and the Thomson hlock being  taken in  hand.
New York, Oct. 11.���An International Hying machine trust for the
manufacture and sale of the Wright
aeroplane has been formed and the
lime is not far distant when one may
engage a flying machine much as vou
now hire a taxicab. At the head of
this latest trust is Charles R. Flint
formerly head ot the United Slates
Rubber company and head of Flint &
Co., South American merchants and
importers.
ing shop, and the fact that he wished
the work to be done in Westminster
had weighed with him in his vote.
The resolution  passed.
Thomson  Block.
Five letters were received with reference to the Hooding of the basement of the Thomson block, from
Mrs. Thomson, Vaucouver, owner,
Parr & Fee, architects, A. Adams,
contractor, Thos. h. Pearson, agent,
and Vidal &. Bacchus, tenants. The
complaints were referred to the board
of works to report.
Aid. Johnston expressed his surprise that all the parties should
threaten suits for damages. The
city had been very lax with the con
tractor during the process of construction and the city engineer had,
explained that it was the contractor's
omission, as tlie gutter had not been
placed in the position it 'sliould have
ibeen, and was before the block was
built.
New Fire Hall.
Aid. Johnston drew attention to the
necessity of a new flre hall in the
West End in view of the fires in that
portion of the city, and the installation of more hydrants.
Aid. Jardine said the matter was
one for next year' council.
lt vvas mentioned that the city had
property at the old West Side school
site, and a reservation of part of this
was   suggested.
Orphanage   Needs  Aid.
Tlie sisters of Providence Orphanage asked for remission of water and
light rates, and a street light in front
of the gates of the orphanage. The
former part of the communication
was referred to the water and light
committees to report, and a street
light will be placed in position the
orphanage being a double block. >vith-
OUt lights where the interurban car
stops.
Miscellaneous.
Tiie Vulcan Iron Works. Ltd., on
moving lo tlie North Arm sought the
opening up of Sixteenth street to enable tbem to gel in to the property
at the corner of the street and Fourth
avenue.      The  board  of    works  will
report.
  I    Lights will be placed at the corner
Cholera Plague. i.,- Fourteenth street and Eighth ave-
Petersburg, Oct. 11.���Cholera lsnue    and St.    Patrick's and    Second
md   especially ' sti-eet.      Attention was drawn to the
The      river    steamers      yesterday j    St.
brought a further  large shipment of; incerasing  in   Russia 	
exhibits of various kinds for the pro-|ln  this  city,  where it  seems to  Have d of & ���ght on  Thirteenth  Street
lours before high tide and! vinclal exhibition.    The Transfer was ; become firmly established.    . romitne |between   Fit'th    and    Sixth- avenues.
w,s _ small one at that, an loaded   with   cattle   and     vegetables start of the outbreak ther have hetnjThe sugge8tion came from Aid. Hen-
'     from   the  Delta,   and  the  Strathcona jin  St.  Petersburg  alone  lo.552 cases ,ey
brought a similar cargo from up-river | and  6,000  deaths,
points.
the thl.     ...   ,1,,.
abundance of water was found in tne
channel through the Sandheads, where
the Fruhling is at work.
VALUABLE HORSE INJURED.
King Edward Plans
to Visit the Bomb Belt
j.
to
ably
Tarnboline's    Champion     Hackney
Stallion  is  Badly  Kicked.
Joe Tamobllne, the well known
Westham Island farmer, is at present
mourning an accident to the splendid
hackney stallion which he had
brought down to the city to exhibit at
the Fair. The animal was confined
In a loose box In.one of the stock
sheds, from which in some way or
other it managed to escape. In endeavoring to get out Into the open, it
blundered Into the heels of numbers
of the other horses confined ln tlie
stalls, in the same stock shed, and before it managed to get to the door,
had run the gauntlet of many sharp
pairs of hooves. So badly was tlie
animal cut that it will be unfit for
exhibition.      Mr. Tamboline had con-
'������rw  ���-;"���;__���       *���   -���  -.-     Ifldently counted    on    gaining several
colonies.      .uitnei- linc\  Portugal, considerable danger is  prizes with it, this    being the  beast.
1 ondon   Oct    11.���King  Edward Is ing by  which  another English princ
,���',, t0 'siuisfv  himself  by  personal ess may become Queen of Portugal.
ervition   just   what   the     political,    if King Edward's plans are carried
'.' minions in Spain and Portugal real- out, lie will shorten his stay at Blar-
���       id despite the -ttmost endeav-s-itz, in Southern France, next spring.
of   his  advisors,  h_s  determined ] He  will  go from there to Lisbon on
trull   the  Iberian  pensinula. prob-'the   royal   yacht,   note   conditions   In
next   spring Ithe   Portuguere  capital,   and  then  go
I'nuland has large in..>rests in both to Madrid for a week's stay.
nd Portugal     Spanish govern-j    The   King's advisers  are  manifest-
urlties are largely held here, ing a  good  deal  of  nervousness,   con-
enterprises  In    Portugal jcerning the program that he has map-
extent by Brit-jped   out,   and   they   are   doing   their
Spain
menl sec
Commercial
'",'' '""liai'    The London governmentjDest to alter it.    With the disturbed
ins also a reversionary interest in^�� 'conditions that prevail in both Spain
H,e    Portuguese
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Permission will be given T. J.
Trapp & Co. to put a basement in the
block on tlie south side of Columbia
street at his expense, subject to the
satisfaction of the board of works.
The cost will be about $1000.
A petition for the opening up of
Simpson street from Columbia to
Richmond streets was referred to the
board of works to report.
Answers to the complaints about
the obstruction of Front street by
freight cars were received from the
local agent of the G. N. K. and the
B. C.  E.  R.
Sinclair-Morrison.
The marriage took place at the-
manse of St. Andrew's church. Vancouver, yesterday, of W. B. Sinclair,
better known as "Ernie," of this city,
and Miss Margaret Morrison, up to
yesterdav of the staff of the Royal
Columbian hospital. The wedding,
which  was extremely quiet, was sol-
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Spain, and negotiations are pend- lng ruler.
class at Seattle.
of St. Andrew's, Vancouver.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
 _^SDAY' OCTOBER B
vertiseme
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WANTED. FOR   SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC.
If a man had geld dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it. he would not sell any.      You must .ell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purch
thing of the value you offer them .��� return for their money.     Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time In business everyone mini of n cessity   kn
wares.      Use  the  advertising  columns of The Daily New8 and  keep abreast of the  tlmef.
iase  fr��*   you, and ,0mt
'aM at-t u5 ,n;��;;
WANTED���BV GOOD. HONEST
Christian Japanese boy, situation
In domestic work, early morning
and evening; or any kind of evening work. Applv Murakami, Box
437, citv. 236-3
WANTED���MEN TO WORK ON
the Burnaby roads. Wages J2.50
per day of eight hours. Apply
Municipal Hall, Edmonds Station,
B. C.  E.  Railway.
WANTED���GOOD LOT IN WEST-
minster; can pay $75 to $100 cash,
balance $7a quarterly. Give particular to II. Drawer 856, Vancouver.
WANTED ��� BRIGHT SALESLADY,
use to bazaar work, to sell goods
during   Exhibition.    Apply   D. Parry,
Engraver, main building, Exhibition
grounds. 235-2
WANTED���TENDERS FOR CLEAIting about a half acre. Lot 1, iis-
trlcl lot 757, Lulu island, frontinu
on the Nortii Arm. D. C. Patterson.
Edmonds Station. 233-6
EOR SALE���SECOND HAND IMAM)
in fine condition, well known make,
bargain; easy terms. Apply II.
Daily News Office.
HORSES FOR SALE���HAVING Received more horses from our log-
gltif camps than we can use. we
offer for sale four fine draft horses
weighing over 1500 pounds each.
Small _ Bucklin Lumber Co., City.
230-3
i     |.|,; -., ���:.     AUDITOR AND AC-  FOR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
coiititant.      Audits made.    Systems      Ceries, phone 386.     The Pure Food
organized.   Agent for the Hall Safe      Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
Co.    Room 9, Westminster    Trust .
block.      P. 0.  Box 795.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mils. Bac, city. A line
will bring him.
FOR SALE���NEW 25-FOOT PLEAS-
ure launch equipped with S-horse-
povver Palmer motor. Write or
call 512 Eighth street. 231-6
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO LET ��� LARGE FRONT HED-
room, 701 Agnes street, near Carnegie Library. 207ft-
WANTED���YOUTH ABOUT Sixteen years to learn dry goods business. Applv at once. W. S. Collister Co. 232-tf
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm and  sunurban  property,
260 Columbia street.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work  guaranteed.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,  B.   C.   LAND  SUB-
- Teyor.      Ellard hlock, New    Westminster, B. C.
DRESSMAKING.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 2.ril) FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey'.s
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stor,.
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
J^OND HAND  STORE."
WLYY S^T^;
A bP�� . _ar h?
hand good:,,
offlc
MRS.  J.
lenced
A.  STANDISH,
and  flrst-clasi
AN KXPER-
dreBsmaker,
MACHINE  WORKS.
has opened up dressmaking parlors  THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
In   Room  14.  Smith  hlock,  625  Co-      Limited, Front street.    New  West-
lumbla street.    A trial requested.
WANTED���STENOGRAPHER. AP-
ply by letter stating experience and
salary required. Allied W. McLeod, the insurance man.
HALE BROS. __ CO., LTD., HEAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
WANTED���SHINGLE BOLTS OR
tract of cedar suitable for bolt-
cutting. See us if you want to
dispose of your cedar. Westminster Mill Co., Ltd.. P. O. Box 1003,
New Westminster, B. C. 225-6
SETTLERS* ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 3S4.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S. The place wher. the
dirt and dust is removed from tlie
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. .Money
to  loan,  744  Columbia street.
WANTED���TO
nished  house.
RENT,      A
Apply  News
FUR-
Offlce.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this office.	
LOST.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, 1NSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located for
the present at the offlce of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW
Hall-Lavery Block.
ARCHITECTS.
ARCHITECT,
LOST���A  PAIR   OF   GOLD-RIMMED
spectacles on Fourth avenue or on j -
(he  City  car.      Finder    please  re- EDWIN G. W. SAIT, ARCHITECT���
turn to News offlce. 236-3 j    Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
���phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FISH AND GAME.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes, Apply Dr. A. D.
Buchanan, P. O . New Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRI8-
t.rs and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster, w. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
STENOGRAPHY   _   TYPewrJ
FREEMAN     BUNTING,   ��...���
Gulchon block,     p, o. BoxfJ
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPHY    ������
,Ty'"'w' ,;'   ' �����, ta.
letter.-,   etc.     Provln
lumbla sireet
!   ' :., 62
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
NURSERY.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT, (THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St., I Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
opp. Windsor Hotel. home-grown fruit trees phone 415.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and UndertaKer,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING A  DECORATING.
j I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating, Sixth
street,  New  Westminster
COLLEGE PUPILS TO BE
OFFERED CENSUS JOBS
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C Wade, K. C.. A. Whealler. W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices.
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building. 413 Granville strvt, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon hlock, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster.  B. C.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 C0LlJ
'bia street. Flr;s-ci___ mnJ
pictures; illusti , sODgl; BaJ
ous attractions, I're^amfjjJl
Monday. Wedn sday and 1'.jJ; ���
THE EDISON THEATRE, .Y_
Columbia   and   Eighth      ���:'."
moving picture-.   Illustra   -il
Program changed Monday,\\tiaj
dav and Friday,
TAILORS.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY  GALVIN, LADIES' AND MKNSlJ
kind of job printing.      Midget loose i
1,-af ledgers;  Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone    55,    P. O.    Box 142-      Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
loring. A new lino of ial! id
ing jusi in. Button making, p_J
ing and repairing, Heemi, .oil
block. Entrance. 625 Columbiaf
and 264 Clarkson st.   Phone Kiiil
RESTAURANTS.
WOODWORKING.
KENNY'S  RESTAURANT    &    CAFE1
Tickets.   21   meals   for   $4.       Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Orlen- WESTMINSTER* -   -Y
ta] labor employed.     Open day and
night.      Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
Co., bank, office and store fitunrf
cabinet, stair, showcases, _aa:e
and detail work. Designs and esf
mate, furnished. J, irook-s. plf
prietor. Work-: Coner Hem
and car line. P. 0. box 254. _o|
473.
Director   Durand   Will    Suggest    That
Educational   Institutions   Grant
Leaves of Absence.
Washington, D.C., Oct.. 11.���Director of Census. Dana Durand believes
that college pupils will make excellent census enumerators and he pur
poses to suggest that educational Institutions give leave of absence in
April nexl to such studenls as may
eaie to join tlie rainy of 65,00 enumerators,     Persons   who   accept     this
���employment may earn an average of
.$'.', a day.
The suggestion that college (students may join in census-taking is In
furthance of the policy which was arranged during the conference between
the director and President Tafl in
Beverly, when it was agreed that, especially in large cities, little at'ten-
tion would be paid to political indorsements in making appointments
Of  enumerators  and   special   agents.
HEAD OF  BIG   PLANT
WORKS AS LABORER
touring car and drove to the works.
Then he sent his automobile home, to
call for him at noon, and donned a
leather apron and went to work at
a table with scores of other leather
markers. George's time was kept by
the timekeeper Just like that of all
the laborers to right and left of him.
lie was ordere about by the superintendent as if he had never sa/ at a
desk in the front offce.
And when noon came he doffed the
leather apron and became the wealthy
citizen again as lie entered his auto- j
mobile and drove to his home for
luncheon. In the afternoon his labor
was repeated. lie says he wull re-1
port each day until the expiration of
his contract.
��� ^!ew York. Oct. II.���The anomaly
��of the head of a great leather plant
with a salary of $16,000 a year working through compulsion as an ordinary day laborer and doing tlie work-
that is ordinarily rewarded With ?15
a week, was presented yesterday at
the plant of Harrington & Companv,
l�� Elizabeth, N.J., in the case of John
T. George. He was formerly the gen-
eral   manager of  the  concern.
Monday the Central Leather company acquired the Harrington works.
George's resignation of his $15,000
position was demanded and promptly
refused because he holds a salary
contract good until next June. When
lie received liis orders to report yesterday as a leather marker he smiled
and made ready. He left ills home in
the morning. Jumped into his waiting
Horse Wrecks Train.
Popular Bluffs, Mo., Oct. 11.���Speeding at a mile a minute, a fast mail
train on the Iron Mountain struoa a
horse five miles south of here today
and the train was wrecked, killing
the fireman and injuring twelve per-
suns, mostly from St. Louis. The
animal's body was hurled against a
switch stand with such force that the
sianU was demolished, the switch
opened and the train derailed.
A general meeting of the football
club will be held this evening at eight
o'clock in Murchie's offlce on Sixth
street for the discussion of general
matters affecting the local  club.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re 14-100 acres of portion of section 21, block 5, north range 6, west
New Westminster district.
Wherpa.s proof of the loss of certificate of title number 5657F issued in
the name of Island Lodge No. 24, I. O.
O. F., lias been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby glvm that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a daily newspajwr published In
the city of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of he said certificate,
unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C., September 9, 1909.
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how lt is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it Is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings buUt 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?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE. |
	
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautloned against haullig loads of
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do so after
this notice must take all t_e risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City ClerR.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd. 1909.
FRONT STREET
is the place to buy or .sell new and
second-hand goods of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELL. JARS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin t0" tell you all we
have, but no matter what you want
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
"Man on the Wheel.''
The season's most authoritative styles are featured in our
new
Twentieth Century
Suits and Overcoats
Our Hat Department is replete in every particular. From
the Gentleman's Silk Hat to
Mans Crush. Our colored hats
are the new feature in soft
goods.
"QUALITY
Columbia St.
Westminster
Transfer to.
wince 'Phone Its.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
New Shirts!   New Ties!   New Underwear!
AI M. J. PHILLIPS'
Pretty styles in new Reefers for Boys or Girls in
fancy checks, plain navy or cardinal���all with monograms or arms.
Phillips, Wardrobe Clothier
!���,: y nAy  OCTOBER 12, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Co
IS   A
COMMERCIAL PROPOSITION SITUATED
ON THE SEA COAST.
Our refinery expert assures us that when our refinery is in operation we can pay
$30,000 Per Month Dividend
We own 800 acres of choice oil land.    We have a producing oil well under lease for five years.
Safe
Sure
Permanent
This is no speculation, and the dividends will increase rapidly.   No such investment was ever offered you.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
OFFICE   OPEN   EVENINGS.
B.   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.
614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
PHONE   MAIN   5865.
PHONE 4327.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   p"Sr   day  up.
Room   and   board  $..50  per  day up.
F-_om   with   bath  $2.50 per   day  up.
Room with bath an-i board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water  steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
CARLETON   GILBERT.  Mgr.
FIND   GIRL   WORKING
AS   BOY   IN   STABLE
DIAMON DS
p have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S  AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES
Cleveland, 0.. Oct. 11.���After masquerading as a hoy for three years,
playing hoys' games, working in a
local livery stable, driving a grocer's
leam and bustling heavy boxes and
express packages, heavy enough for
a strong young man. Harry Roberts
has confessed to the police "he'1 is a
girl and thai "his" name is Lillian
Hoffman, stepdaughter of Gottlieb
Meiers.   No.  .(Ui  East   Seventy-third
street.
Three years ago the (jirl, then only
17. tired of her home. She ran awaj
donned boy's clothing and went out
into tlie world to work as a man. She
secured work. In the time that has
elapsed the girl lias worked in a livery stable, cleaning horses, driving
grocer's carts., and even toiled as a
helper to a carpenter anl delivered
iee. Her identity became known a
short time ago. when she was arrested while in the employ of D. Martin, a grocer. >."in7 Detroit Avenue, on
a  small charge.
The young woman confessed to her
masquerade ami unlay her step-father
brought her some clothes���girl's
clothes. Tiie parent ascribes the
chihl's strange benl as being due to
ii love for horses. Tlie girl says had
always wanted lo In1 a hoy.
WOMEN OPPOSED TO
USING HUSBAND'S NAME
One  Member of Convention  Says She
Prefers Own  Because   It's  Prettier Than His.
I Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
'gM-room house, nine  full   sized   lots, fratn
land a" u^er cultivation
block
nortti of columb
^^^^^^^^^^^ stable    and hen  house:
directly back of the  Brunette Sawmills Offios,
-���   !--i_iiiui_  street.
JorWhat?   Just Think!
dusivM. .          ' b'1lance $30 per month on terms to be arranged.    I
"'/ for sal* k<. ..    _~    ���- ��<
*lf cash, balance $30 per month on term8 to be arranged.    Exclu
for sale h_ .. ._._._    _    ���,-.      r_���.,��   Sfre.l
McQUARRIE   &   CO.,   Front   Street.
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EMPERORS  WILL
MEET SECRETLY.
Rome, Oct. 10.���li is expected that
Emperor Nicholas of Russia will visit
King Victor Emmanuel within a
week. Signer Melegari. the Italian
ambassador co Russia, lias returned
to Italy to receive his majesty.
The strictest secrecy is being maintained as to where the meeting between the emperor and the king will
lake place- but il probably will be at
Racconigl, the summer castle in
Piedmont.
Emperor Nicholas abandoned the
idea of a voyage to Italy by sea, because Turkey granted permission for
his ship to pass through the Dardanelles only on condition that he would
visit the sultan. The emperor took
tlie ground that under the rules of
precedence, the sultan, having ascended the throne at a later day tnan
himself, should be the flrst to pay a
visit.
New York. Oct. 11.���The New York
Legislative League composed of progressive women, has decided by resolution that it is not Incumbent on a
married woman to use her husband's
name. While this resolution was unanimously carried, many prominent
speakers declared that at the present
time, with men in a more powerful
political position, it would be expedient for women to use some part of
their husband's names.
"My husband objected to me using
my own name," declared Mrs. Margaret Holmes Hates, "ami it did not do
htm any good. 1 wrote and signed
my writings with my own name. It
is all very well in inhale and social
life to use your husband's name if
he is anybody. I don't see why anybody should use the name of a
etlily."
"It
Mrs.
'.���hair,
it   is
nun-
depends  upon the  name." saiil
jlllte Devereaux Blake, from the
"I  preferred my name because
pretty."
PROVINCIAL
HAVE   TO   DEFEND
INSURANCE ACTS
Montreal, Oct. 11.���The case against
Willis. Faber & Company, who were
Lloyd's agents in Canada, in which it
is alleger) by the Canadian Fire Underwriters' association, the former is
doing business in Canada without a
license, Is attracting much interest.
The evidence was all in some time
ago, and the judge announces he will
probably call the solicitor-general of
Canada and attorney-general of Quebec province, to defend the federal
and provincial Insurance License act,
before rendering judgment. One point
made In the case was that tlie federal
act was ultra vires of parliament.
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Theatre Collapses.
Stockton, Cai., Oct. ll.-Tlie Orphe-
���m theatre building on Main street,
between Eldorado and Hunter, collapsed this noon, painfully injuring
Ave persons. It was a two-story
building, the theatre occupy ...g ��<>
lower floor and a lodging house the
second.  ^_^
JaDS Star at Ball.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 11.���The University of Wisconsin baseball team
was whitewashed on Saturday by the
rjnlversitv of Wasedanine, the score
being 3 to 0 in favor of the Japanese
players.
Queers Park
New Westminster, B. C.
October 12,13, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
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ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.
MINSTER.
NEW   WEST-
Balloons Come to Grief.
San Francisco, Oct. 11.���The balloons "Queen of the Pacific," and
"City of Oakland," which started late
yesterday In a preliminary race for
the silver cup offered by the Portola
committee to the airship flrst reaching San Jose, came to grief ln the waters of the bay late yesterday, and
the crews were rescued by a launch.
Suicide at Toronto.
Toronto, Oct. 11.���Standing in front j
of a mirror in his bedroom at 773 |
King street west, Henry Orpen, brother of Abe Orpen, tlie well known gambler, suicided today by shooting himself through the head. Ever since
liis wife died, Orpen lias been despondent.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2   p.m. Tuesday, October 12th,  1909.
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER   1 3th���Devoted  to  Scottish   Sports,  under the  management  of   the  Sons of Scotland.
THURSDAY,   OCTOBER  14th���Vancouver  Day,  Championship   lacrosse���Vancouver vs.     New Westminster.
FRIDAY,   OCTOBER    15th���Children's    Day.      Children's  sports,
air ship flight, intermediate lacrosse and football matches.
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   16th���Championship
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
lacrosse      match,
STOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and  Saturday.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
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IfTHE   FRASER  RIVER j Special Today
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Again in Sessionj|
The New Up-to-Date
Fish Store
TUESDAY. OCTOBER   12,  1909.
THE   CALL   TO   ARMS.
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Ulster Linen Stationery.
Ulster Linen Pads, each .
Envelopes,   per   package
OCTOBER
12.
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box 10c
10c and 15c
 5c
$10 down,
Lee vs. Young. Order for
filed. $10 per month, Nov.
each   month   thereafter.
Thrift    vs.   .Martin.     Order
Now  that   the  gage  of battle  bas,   ,
been thrown down by the Liberals of October 20 and $lo thereafter on
liritish Columbia, and this hy no less of month,
doughty   a   champion   than   "Honesl .    Thrift  vs. Smith.
.lohn." the contest In connection with
consent
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20th
vs.  Smith.     Nol   served.
Dale  vs.   .Marshall.  Jr.   Settled,
____________________________        U'oodside   vs.   Chaplin.     Adjourned..
the forthcoming election of represen- ,,, II(,N| COurt. ',_\
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tatives to the  Provincial  Leglslatun
has   begun   in   earnest.     \\'e   are   all
aware  thai   ihe   McBrlde  administration has heen preparing for the campaign for some time past, in the hop''
of   preparing   a   reliable    foundation
upon which to found an appeal fo the
province    for    reinstatement.      'i be
Conservative   press   has   been   more
than  liberally bribed by the payment
oul of large sums from the puhlic exchequer for advertisements thai are.
to  say   the  least,   neither  useful   nm
necessary ; a show of interest In the
needs of the people has been made
by the sudden adoption of a quite unusually    liberal     expenditure    upon
Jackson vs. Manton. Order $lu
per month. Firsi payment October
25, and $10 on 25th of ea?li month,
Jackson vs. Brother. Order for
Immediate payment of amouni due.
Adjourning to next  coun.
The cases called for bearing at this
session of thee ounty coun are as
follows:
Kinney vs. Carleton. W. Norman
Bole, K.C., for plaintiff; ll. L. Edmonds for defendant,
Wilkie vs. Wrighi. J, D. Kennedy
for plaintiff.
Constantlneau vs. Robinson. Magi 11
for  plaintiff;   Kli lam  for  defendant.
oilley   vs.   Brooder,    Edmonds  for
plaintiff;  Kennedy  for defendant, .
Thompson   &   Belyea   vs.    J.   Ker I x
Wilson.   McQuarrie for plaintiff; Grlf-IJ
iin   for defendant. I ���
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CHOICE  SALMON.
SMOKED   SALMON.
KIPPERS.
BLOATERS.
FINNAN   HADDOCKS.
OYSTtRS
FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS
IN SHELL.
CHICKENS
DRESSED LOCAL GRAIN FED
CHICKENS.
FRUITS
A   FRESH   SUPPLY   OF
GRAPES.
BANANAS.
APPLES.
CHOICE   COOKING   APPLES
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plaintiff;
_     E,    Co.
McNeil)  for
road:   an   alleged   budget   surplus  has j    Shannon     vi
been   produced   and   dangled     before McQuarrie  for
the   eyes   of   the   people   with   alluring       MJr-hol    vs
embellishments;     a   railway    policy, piaintif.   Boh
shoruded in  the mist of wonder nnd i    Slafiles vs.
uncertainty    has    been    proclaimed tiff;   Edmonds fo
ii i  _ i      i     r *i,_      Fulton
abroad;  and the presenl  head "I  the1
administration, with his various satellites, has been stumping the country to make tiie besl possible show
of their achievements and intentions.
Bul all this will be of no avail. The
people of British Columbia have bad
quite enough of the showy, make-believe policy of the McBrlde government,   and   when   Hn-   dav   for  action '  _-_-_-_-__- ���  ��� ^^^_
,. .,,   , .,  ���,,. ,,   hound Illinois Central passenger train
comes they will turn these wastrels |eavlng chicago af 5:5(1 and fl gtat0
oui and replace them by a body of Fair tniin from Springfield, collided
earnest workers, whose sincerity and 'three miles south of Farmer City at
thoroughness thev can rely upon. It 10 o'clock tonight. Several are report-
is indeed these very men," the Liber-If \�� have b<]��� killed and one bun-
died or more Injured.   One dead body
als.  who for the nonce form the  min-  bas already been taken  out.
ority at Victoria, that have by  their
firm  stand and  potent protests saved | ~
the province from many of the evils, SLIGHTLY  INJURED,
with  which  il  was threatened  bv  the "  ~
Motorman   Routley   Receives   Number
A full line of
VEGETABLES
PROMPT DELIVERY.
gUUMOE Manager
Mercer,     Corbould   for 	
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for defendant. \mmm   emmm
der.    Craig for plain-  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
defendant. ' '	
vs. Fader. Craig for plaintiff
.Edmonds  for  defendant.
Hatakeyama vs. Roebuck. Corbould
for plaintiff;  Edmonds for defendant.
McElroy vs. Oxenham. Edmonds for
plaintiff.
Cobes  vs.  Fisher.    Moore for plain-j
tiff;   Hansford  for  defendant.
Collision at  Farmer City.
Springfield,  Ills..  Oct.   IL���A  south-
English Watchmaker
Gold Watcaes for Ladies from $12V.
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'   oj>en 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   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
We buy for cash and sell for tbe same
THE RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSETS
A sanitary closet not requiring water or sewerage.
mm.. HARRIS, Apis
HALL-LAVER.   BLOCK
New Wes.minster.
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You will  find  it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this ollice,
whether you  intend  to travel or send
ng for your friends.
From  Montreal  and  Quebec.
Empress  of   Ireland    Octob.r 22
Empress of Britain . .   . .   November 5
For other dates and particulars ai> '
ply to
E. GOULET.
C. P. K. Agent.
humbug and insincerity of the pres
ent administration. But for this bet-
tei influence of the Opposition, modi-
lied though its strength has naturally
been, ii  is Impossible to say what  the
real  position  of    the  province  would'on  the  interurban  car line yesterday
now be,     Yet in spite of this the pre-J morning.
ponderating power of the   ConBerva-l    Mr' Houtlev's car was preceded It.
of Cuts  and   Bruises  in  Collision.
-Motorman E. Routley, of this city,
received a number or painful cuts
and bruises, which, however are not
likely to prove serious, in an accident
prating power f,i   .__.      iv.
Uvea  has   been   aide  to effect   a   vast   '?.,   Xew   Westminster    by   a   freight.
When   the   two    cars    were between
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Paid up $ 4|700_000
Reserve Fund      5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
TINSMITIfING     I
out  of  town  accounts  soil-
In   and
cited.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT
ALL      WORK      GUARANTEED
MERRITHEW. RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
TELEPHONE   586.
amoun<    of    mischief.     Thev    hive , ��� ,   t.wo   cars   were
needlessly  raised  taxation    .,.. J     ���        '? ar!d the old lJ0we'' ho,ls*. t,lfJ
sy raised taxation,   alienated  freight slowed  up, and  Routley, put-
immense tracts oi pul,lie possessions tinS "ie brakes on his own car en-
and prevented the seining Up of the favored to check it. Unfortunately
the country, hindered development hv ' '���'. mornlnS fog bad rendered the
declining to   give ,h(.       I.   ��� 'S groasy' and  the wliPpls "���  ���""
couraaement ,        -, gllt"St  eD'  ',ii'ss'.>"^1'    skidding    on    it    crashed
t-ouragemeni to railway undertakings, heavily into the rear of the freight
stultified the police system, and wast- Routley pluckily stuck by his position
,'<1 enormous   sums   i��� extravagance ''mYdVwinp    to    make    "'<���  brakes
aad f  ""'i'' utter incap'ihilitv tS a.,d Was rather bacil-v crushed' I
incapaminy. Two   linesmen   who   w_v   standing
ni.e ui 7 ""S Pr0VlDCe reCOg-  rMthe f''-nt r'latf0rm Were als�� s1^'"
""���'  ,he urSent need for a change  for '���' lnJul'ed-
the adopUon of   a staple and comne '��� An��ther sllshf mishap occur,
tenl system of   administration      vv        ' afiernoon  near the Burnaby sta
 -��� - - yyy :;;; ��5_u_.,s__s��at^;
a few-  minutes,  until  the obstruction
could be got out of the way.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
 F- SHUTE,  Manager.
NOTICE.
welcome the progressive platform
,;"',ln<'d ">��� ^e new Libera, leader,
John Oliver  on Saturday, and acclaim
I    Those  having rooms  to  let during
Exhibition   week    please    ban I   their
names and addresses with particulars
jto the    Secretary    at  the Exhibition
cil  in  grounds, as a number of applications
bave already been  received  applying
for accommodation during Fair week.
W. II. KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
Model Sign Works
1   SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
' Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
thai noble worker ��. . ',,' ���"-"""���"" You are a business man an therefor effec ni , S,y BerVant f^ y��"r h"siness 8houl<J be properly
ior effecting   the   salvation   of   the taken care of.      Leaving your valu-
provlnce- a,)l" Papers in places where ihey mav
With   the   Liberal   Government in KofS to flr! or burglars *��� ����
*�����   7T   eXPP��   to "*"�� PoVZ^conttS" dietPKobrS     "*����.��'   *   A.
progress in  (he place of the present far more tnan u'e price to you in se   count-nt and auditor. P
inactive a���d  retrograde  policy     The i  m'l,ty' oomfo''t and satisfaction     no-
country   will     be     developed 'hv   tl,/1""      "  T''US'  ('"" L,(l-  T.  R.   Bears,,
opening up of vast irlcts of .and to ^ New Westminster  branT'
Wsteade,s, and by the encourage-!/ meeting of the local Counoi] of
menl of railway constriction and CO- W.omfn ����old yesterday afternoon reoperation with the Federal Govern 'u?'",, . 'PnK'"y communication on
menl in a wise raiiw ,. An U0Vf,n i,h" discouragemenl by ladies of the
.���ime wi" be n,^..P^y'  - The IS ?L*���**��J�� S- bats, and while
DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO.
CANTON. OHIO.
Prices given on application for Fire,
Burglar proof and other safes;   vault
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent,   H.    J.    A.    BURNETT,  Ac-
t and auditor, P, O    Box 691
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO   Tin.'
ui,i._ man'n the ladies individually expressed their cor.WT  CT
_^^_ - white man's  adherence   to   the   principle   of   absti-,! 739  FRONT  ST
country by straightforward support of nence frorn tlljs    practice, no action
the excellent restrictive legislation Of was taken on account of the small at-
the   Dominion   Government    and the (tendance,
strict    legislation    of    the Dominion
Government and    the    strict enforcement of the Health act.     The important  fishing industry  will  be encouraged by tlie removal of    the present
onerous  burdens and  restrictions  up-
OO TO THE    ^^^_
ARROW PRESS
i   ������������"   ���    WINDSOR   BLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
I Newfoundland, and In London, Eng
p land, New York, Chicago and Spokane
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
I banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of .1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tota'. Assets ov_r $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
AT '
Lee's Emporium
IS   STILL   RUNNING   MERRILY 0N       vn,, "*
REMEMBER THIS-
E   SELL   ONI  V   Tur    r,, ... 9
WE   SELL   ONLY  THF   rfct   ,..   - I	
WE   GIVE   THE   BEST   VAlIe   in^'1^'
WE   DELIVER   ALL   QOOD8 FREE ES'
WE   DELIVER   GOODS   SAME.DAY  A. nC
WI   PACK   FREE  OF  CHARGE^L fouS^0
V AND MAIL
LEE'S Fr^^
^ LM'' Block' Columbia str_��     '
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturer, and Deaier. m All /_, ._- 0,
Lumber    Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash, Doo,_
Interior Finish,    Turned Work    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Alway, in Stock for Fencing and Dl__J
Royai City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New
How About
Your Exhibition Suit?^
Are you Prepared 1
This Big Kvent?
We Are
in a position  to fll you with
suit, style the latesl  and n^i
from the very newest new
fabrics.     Suits   that  an taft
ored to fit.     They wlll pul fOj
well mi
He
Buy J
In  a class with your
neatly   dressed  neighbor
secured    his sull   bere,
early.
Pardon Us
But one of our Dew lies or��;
shirt  would add to your <lress'
We have just received tie1"'
Look st our ��'|D'
est In these
dow.
 WE   EXCEL.
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO-
618 COLUMBIA STREET
In accordance    with a resolution of
the   City   Council, I hereby   declare j
Tuesday the 12th and Thursday, the ;
  "*">  u1''114th inst., public balf-holidays from 1
on  the  Eraser river    fishermen, and jto 5 p.m.. and respectfully invite thej
Sporting Goods
. . . .1 u_
the exercise of vigilance in regard to
the fishing rights of the province. The
existing wasteful timber policy will
be put an end
citizens
same.
generally to so observe
W. H.
City
to and a proper sys       w,,
tern, fair alike to lumnermen and the  ber 11
puhlic,   instituted.       The   adniinislra-  _______
live worl; will be honestly and prop-1 h <     ���
erly carried out by officials who are
competent  and    experienced in  their
duties, instead of by men whose only
claim   to   the  positions   they   hold   Is
that they nre professed Tories. Then,
too.  rural  municipalities  will  be as-
Bisted in the work of developing their
districts and relieved of the burden of i
.ome  unfair taxes whieli are now ini-
posed   upon   them;     whilst   Westmin-j
Kier bridge will be freed from toll and
made a real advantage   to the large
population on both sides of the river.
These ure some of the points of the
practical und    businesslike    policy of
^^^^^^^  KEARY,
Mayor
Hall, New Westminster, 'Octo-
oA:xZr7:B?HY,��Tma ducks ���� ������.*tc���
ILiJJAPP & CO., Limited
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
lAODITS MADE, BOOKS OF AC
COUNTS OPENED ON APPROVED
' SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
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Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. O. BOX 795.
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE    MEAT^
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THEI ^^^^
Ccfifral Meat Market
Ooraw Eighth St. tnfl   Jlttfl
PHONE  I7U
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IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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Three Packages Carnation Flakes for.
Three Packages Canadian Flakes for. [
Puff Rice, per package	
BREAKFAST FOODS.
$1.00
1.00
.10
.25
.20
C A. WELSV  The People's Grace
Cream of Wheat, per package	
Meat of Wheat, per package	
Lake of the Woods Breakfast Food, 6-lb. sack
35c each, 3 for    1.00
PhonesJ^9^^ r8DAY, OCTOBER 12. 1909
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FlYH.
4
DON'S
B.g Dry Goods Douse
This store is brimming over in every department
with all the season's latest novelties.   Don't fail to
visit this ?lore.
w_W MANTLES, prices $8.60  to  $30.00
Latest styles  in  TRIMMED HATS,  prices $5.00 to $25.00
MEW CLOVES,  NEW  NECKWEAR,   ELEGANT   FURS.
ime to look ot buy.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
htms&k.
ONE    EYE
oftei   '''els from the other requiring a different  lense
We examine each eye separately and    if    necessary  fit
:   with   a   suitable   lense, so as  to  restore  equal  vision.     We do not  charge for examination.
Optical  Parlor.
Koom 13,
on   Trust   Bidg.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, B. C.
New Designs in Ladies'
et and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban  Line.
Cars  fur  Vancouver   and way
"''""������ n��   will   run  every half
h��ur  from   ;,:,..   a. m. Last
wr leaves at ll p   m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
:''    l p.m.
���   the   depot   every
"m>   minute.   for both Sap.
!rton ani city limits over the
cl'-y line
City Line: Cars leave tram
office ou the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: l ira leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a.  m.
Sunday service h.iif-hoiiny between S:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
. Brlt��sh Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
SAUHMf litlilt.
VANCOUEB M PROTESTS
SELECT PLAYERS' AGAINST EASTERN PUYEBS
Strong Line-Up Chosen For Big Tour-
lament  This  Week���Tecumseh
Men   For Vancouver.
' ��� ��� ting  oi   the  management
>n Bellies held after prac-
'"'" 1,:      evi ning   the lineup for the
; it ��� with Vancouver this week
was imaih  decided upon.     The vet-
of the Royal City will take the
Clay;   point,
I     'iilloid;
Terminal   City   Enthusiast   Thinks the
Green Shirts Should  Play  Regular
Team This Week.
WE CAN SHOW VOU
the best line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
Large assortment just arrived.   Best value, lowest prices.
A great variety of Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.   Everything in Home Furnishings
at astonishing prices.
I '','P'IS 	
iii -id  as followi
Galbi alth    covei     polnl
| first   defence,     Marhsall
Thai many Vancouver lacrosBe fans
agree with the local enthusiasts in
thlnkln gthat Con Jones, in securing
ea ti in players for this week's tournament, is hardly
thing, is shown by
ter:
W, E. FAI FS 012:618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT  CALL 81.
doing  the   square
the following let-
1 ioal,
Gifford
henni.
���
' le
Spring.
1 ip"  team    as    dectdi d
evening si,vim prove quite
third,  G.   Ri nne .
third    borne,    VV
Wlntemute;   Brst,
L.    Turnbun
second, ���'���
ci ntre, T
Turnbull;
C   Sining;
inside,     G.
upon  last
 [capable I
[holding  Vancouver down, and getting
i awa)   with  the    $1500    prize.      li  is
practicall)   the sami   ci im thai  band-
i il oul al    leasi two   d fe its to the
Greenshlrts In the course of the past
season's  games,  and   there  seems to j this season were
'In-   no     particular     reason   why   ii  the prize money
Ishouldn'i do    the same   thing again, bition games.
I Thai i.s unless Con Jones'    latest im- Yours
Editor Dally News:
Dear   Sir,- li    the    reports In the
Vancouver    papers  are    accurate,   i'
would appear that   M . Con Jones Is
Importing extra  players for the com-
unes ni lacrosse.
While i bave im doubl In my own
opinion thai the champions are fell
able in heai anything Con. ean bring
along, Btlll, I hardly think it fair to
ilmse players who have worked bo
hard for Vancouver all season thai
ihey sliould be displaced by Importations. Su, ely it was imi nded that
the two teams who have been playing
to have a chance ror
al  the coming exhi-
portations  make a big   difference in
���   i   foi m of the Vancouverites.
From present Indications it looks
as il Vancouver were going to put one
jof the strongi sl teams sh has ever
turned (, u, in the field Both Adamson and Grlffltns formerly of the In-
lUhuis bul now engaged by Con Jones,
(were expected to arrive in Vancouver
either yesterday or today, and to join
the Vancouverites in practice. With
'hose two men on the team Vancouver will have a mighty tough aggregation. The addition of Adamson to
the home should improve tlie team
Immensely and the Salmon Bellies'
defence will have their work cut out
to hold down both Lalonde and the
husky Tecumseh man. However, if
any two men ean look aftei the Easterners they are Tommie Gifford and
Galbralth.
On paper at any rale it looks as if
the engagemenl ol the two Tecumseh
players should prove mighty dangerous to ihe Salmon Bellies On the
field it may prove quite otherwise.
Tlie two new arrivals will have li tti =���
time to practice with their new team
mates before the firsl game, and it is
probable that they will woi k more or
less stiffly when it conies to getting
actually into action; and if the home
doesn't work properly It's all off with
Vancouver.
Local fans are almost unanimously
of the opinion that the Vancouver Lacrosse Club is not doing the square
thing In adding the two Easterners to
their team for the coming tournament. Supporters of the local team
claim that the Salmon Bellies contracted to play the Vancouvei lie
crosse team at the Fair���not a mixture of Vancouver and Tecumseh
players. The argument that Adamson and Griffiths are now Vancou
players does not hold good, as they
have not yet been registered bj the
B. C. I. A., and cannot do so until
nexl j i ar.
However, it is Improbable that any
protest will be made on the matter.
Any such protest would have to go
into the R. A. _ I. Society, under
whose auspices the tournament is being neid. and no�� to the B. C. L. A..
E
Vancouver, B.
trulv,
M. N.
C,   Oel
WOODS.
11,   1909.
EASTERN BASEBALL STARS
WILL PLAY ON COAST
Vancouver, Oct. ll.���There wiii be
one mure spasm of professional baseball here ihig fall, but it will be major league ball of the gilt edge variety. Before the end of the month
Vancouver tans will be afforded an
opportunity ol seeing big league players In action for the first time in the
history of the American national
game in this city.
Connie Mack, manager of the Philadelphia Americans, is bringing the
Atbietics, the team that gave the Detroit Tigers such a hot tussle for the
American league pennant, to the Pacifies coast, and to play against that
aggregation a team of stars from the
two  big   leagues   has   been  selected.
The two teams number about forty
players and they plan now to play
games at St. Paul. Billings. Butte,
Spokane, Seattle. Tacoma, Vancouver,
Aberdeen and Portland before going
to California to play several weeks.
PITTSBURG   WINS
WORLD'S   CHAMPIONSHIP
Kli .E.
Detroit...   .00 i   I 0 2���6 11 .
Pittsburg. 5 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2���8 11 2
Bennett Park. Detroit. Oct. 11.���
Pittsburg won the 'bird gam,, of the
world's championship series here today, defeating Detroit in a specatu-
lar struggle in which honors were
well divided. The grounds were wet,
and it rained during part of the game.
At least 20,000 persons witnessed the
contest.
Senior Amateur Lacrosse.
The local senior senior amateur lacrosse team will clash with the V. A.
C. aggregation of Vancouver, on the
Qi'een's park oval at '.', o'clock this
afternoon. Both teams have strong
twelves out, and the game promises
to be hard and interesting. The lo-
i team will line up as follows:
Goal. D. Munn; point. D. Digby; cover, R. Pearson; defence, B. Galbralth,
W. Patchell, H. Gifford; centre, U.
Mannering; home. J. Fitzgerald, W.
Sangster. X. Kenny; outside, V. Purdy;  inside. O. Swanson.
Rubber
Goods
HAVE ADVANCED TWENTY PER
CENT. FORTUNATELY FOR US
AND FOR YOU WE PURCHASED
OUR    WINTER     STOCK      BEFORE
THE    ADVANCE.
CIDED   TO   SELL
FOR   ONE   WEEK.
SAVING  TO  YOU
ADVANTAGE  OF,
WE   HAVE   DE-
AT   OLD   PRICES
IT    MEANS   A
WORTH   TAKING
SO   IF   YOU    EX-
Noted Turfman Dead.
Lexington. K.v., Oct. 11.���W. W.
Evans, known throughout the country
as "Hilly" Evans, perhaps the greatest developer of young trotters and
pacers In the country, died at his
home here last Saturday night, after
an Illness of many months. He was
4" years old.
PECT TO BE NEEDING A HOT WATER BOTTLE OR SYRINGE OR
COMBINATION OF BOTH, YOU
HAD BETTER ACT QUICKLY.
Gen. Botha on the Turf.
Kempton Park, Eng., Oct. tl.���The
Kempton Park Nursery Handicap
Plate of 1000 sovereigns, "distance five
! furlongs, was run here on Saturday,
land won by General Botha. Risen
was second and Gallantry third.
.There were 19 starters.
D.S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
During Exhibition Week
we are offering exceptionally good
values at the lowest possible prices.
Walk in, be shown and be convinced.
W. E. FALES
UNDI
The Leading furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Etc.
ERTAKtNG     IN     ALL
ITS BRANCHES.
An Art
in which we particularly excel is the showing of
YOUNG   MEN'S   CLOTHES.
I
We have always recognizer! the fact that clothes
for the young MAN must
be DISTINCTLY "DIFFERENT," and we have
succeeded in procuring a
type of garment which
almost every manufacturer in America has ENDEAVORED to imitate.
If you want to know whether they have succeeded
or not, just COMPARE
the garments we are
showing for Fall and
Winter, and you will decide   that
Proper Clothes
are     DECIDEDLY    apart
from   ALL   OTHERS.   We
shall be glad to have you
inspect our stock.
SUITS $10, $15, $20 to $35.
OVERCOATS $10, $12, $15 to $25.
REID &~CO
PROPER CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN.
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car mayjmeet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
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THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY.
OCTobEr
1
BRIGHTEN     UP     YOUR   DIN-   |
NER   TABLE      FOR      EXHIBITION   WEEK.
MOREY & CO.
ARE   MAKING  A
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF DIN-
NERWARE
FOR A FEW DAYS. COME
AND SEE IT AT 665 COLUM
BIA STREET.
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
o**^ ^v^1   .-."���.r^
..-*"
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has
heen made to register Annie Ryder
as owner iii fee simple, under a tax
sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher to
Annie Ryder, bearing date the 13th
day of October, A. I).. 1006, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being ii the district of New
Westminster, in the Provide, of British Columbia, more particularly
known and desc-lhed as t->ot 'i'i.
Block 1; Lots 8, 9, 111 and 17, Block
4; Lots 1, 8, 9, 1(1 and 17, Block 6;
Lots ���!, 5 12, 13 and 20. Block 9: Lots
1, 8, 9, li ind 17, Block 10; Lots 1, 8.
9, 16 and .7, Block 12;  Lots 4, 5, 12,
13 and 20, Block 13; Lots 1, S, 9, 16
nnd 17, Block 14; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and
17, Block 16, Lots 4, 5, and 20, Block
17; Lots 1, 8, 'p. 16 and 17, Hlock IS;
Lot ii. Block 21; all subdivisions of
Lot 203, Group 1.     Lots 10, 11, 12, 13,
14 and 15, Block "K" subdivision of
Lot 268, Group 1; Lots 21. 25, 26. 27.
31 and 32, Block 1; Lots 2, 3, 1. 6, 6.
7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 IS, 19 and 2u,
Block 4; Lot 16, Block 6; Lots 1, 8,
9, 10 and 17. Block 15; Lots 4, 5, 12,
13 and 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
203, Group 1; Lot 7, Block 4
227. Group 1. Map 171.
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MOUTH BREATHING
MAKES DULL CHILDREN
Minneapolis Doctors Start a
Campaign of Hygienic Education.
aints
Carried in full _9_or.n_e_t by
ANDERSON & LUSBY
AGENTS   NEW   WESTMINSTER   AND   DISTRICT.
RICHMOND   COUNCIL.
the Kast side of No. 3 Road and with
  (the Slough  Dyking commisisoners.
Routine   business occupied  the   at-;    The road  overseer reported thai  a
of Lotjtention of the councillors at the last scow load of rock had been placed on
regular meeting of the Burnaby Mun- the roads in Ward 1, a culvert at the
und those claiming through or i.lpal council. |No. 2 Koad, the filling finished at the
under you  and  all  persons  claiming;    Mr. Williams requested the council lend of N'o.  1  Koad, at  Ditch finished
any Interest in the said land by virYiot io approve of the plan of the sub-'and a culvert put in at Steveston, a
small  bridge  taken  up and filled in.
tue of any unregistered instrument, (division of Section 32, Block 4 N
amd all persons claiming any Interest Range S.W. as submitted. This was
in the said land by descent, whose,'referred to Councillor Trites to con-
title is not registered  under the pro- suit with the solicitors.
visions  of  the   "Land   Registry  Act.' I    Hall       &       McDonald       submitted
3 culverts  repaired  and one  cleaned
out. and 3  scow  loads of  rock    unloaded in No. 4  Ward. 4 1-2 miles of |
brush burnt, 1  1-L' miles of brush cut
Minneapolis. Oct. 11.���"If the proper way to breathe were taughl the
children In tie public school., many
wbo now appear dull and siow to
learn would be as bright as any normal child," said Dr. Margaret L, Nick-
erson, discussing the deep breathing
campaign attracting attention In the
Bast.
"Very   often   tlle  dull   Child   Will   be
found to breathe through the mouth,'
Bhe s.'lid. "One recalls a nice boy
whose parents were worried bvcaiise
i, could not get through his examinations lasi spring. Bul they discovered that all the time be bad been
breathing through his mouth, and tin''
therefore the blood which be carried
lu the brain was neither good ill
quality nor sufficient in quantity.
They found also ihat be had been
going through his life with adenoids.
The adenoids were removed, but not
nil til bis chances for making
year's work were gone, He
brighl a hoy after the ope
any.
"Nature intends us to
through the nostrils, which
the mechanism thai prevents injury to
the lungs from the outside air. Depression and chronic headaches are
common with persons who breathe
through the mouth.
"The delicate girl or hoy who is
taking cold often is pretty certain to
be a mouth breather, whether or nol
adenoids are in quetsion. .Many people bave gone through school labeled
as stupid, when as a matter of fail
they were only half alive through incorrect breathing. And parents who
allow j; are criminally ignorant or
negligent.
"Il does not follow, however, thai
a child breathes properly after the
adenoids bave been removed, only it
is then possible to learn to breathe
properly where otherwise it is not.
"A traveller recently told me how-
he had seen a Maori woman teaching
her infant to breathe properly. These
New Zealand aborigines seem a very
fine race and il is not surprising when
they can give the mothers of the
white race such  a splendid example."
up thai
i   was  as
ation   as
breathe
contain
For long-wearing, low-pricedjjT
class Shoes, try        gh"
The Old Country
Boot Store
661   Columbia Street
OUR  STOCK   AT   PRESENT   IS  REPLETE   WITH    ah
FOOTWEAR   SUITABLE   FOR   WINTER   WEATHER  w. acK'NDS   Of
���R  WEAR.
For heavy outdoor wear we have the Northampton _������n ,
$3.50, $4.00  and  $4.50.     Warranted solid. gllsh BW a!
For those who want a lighter Boot we have the ru.. ..
Boot at $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50. *      ck  waterpr:c,
For a fine stylish  Boot we recommend   the    Frank    SI
Boot at  $4.50.    These   are  just  right for style and quality      '   Str3f'
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL BOOTS.
We   are   particularly  strong   in this special class of goods
For   boys   we   specially   recommend the  Dick Waterproof'_��� t
need for rubbers with these on. ot' N��
Our prices, being for cash only, are in every case verv I
the quality is the best obtainable. ' m���'*' I
REPAIRS���Bring   us   your   old Boots for repairing.
e arc han
them done neatly and promptly at      very moderate charge
THE OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORE
661 Columbia Street.
J. STEWART, Pr_
New Furniture"
Busi
mess
are required to contest lhe claim of p|ans of sub-division of their respec- a bridge re-planked and a new one
tie tax purchafr within ten days tlve properties in Section 20, Block put ln across the canal at No. 7 Road
from the date of the first publication 4 \. Range fi W., and the plans were in Ward f>.
of this noiice and In default of a cav- referred  to  the  reeve. The Chief of Police reported  that
eat or certificate of Us pendens being I Mr, Pike stated that the dvke from'28 cases were dealt with in the Police
filed within such period, or in default |no. 9 Road south to No. 1 Road was Court, and that he had been enabled
to  decrease  his  force by  2   men.
The Health Officer reported tbat the
health of the community was good.
of redemption before registration, you [finished and requested that the same
and each of you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up
any claim to or ��n respect of the said
land. ..nd I shall register Annie Ryder
as owner thereof Jn fee. And I hereby order that publication of this notice for ten days in a daily newspaper
published in New Westminster will
be P��od and sufficient service thervof.
Dated at the land registry office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 30tli day of August,
A. D., 1009.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To  Samue] Coulter, Esq.
he accepted.    The  matter was referred to the Dyking committee.
Mr. Rorison submitted plugs or
sub-division of parts of Sections 27
and 28, Block 5 N. Range 6 W., for
approval.       He    consented   to
Want  Islands Back.
.Manchester,   N.l!.,   Oct.   11.���A   de-1
make Iscendant of tlie French General, Louis
alterations,   and   submit   them
slight,
again.
Mr. Garrett's request on behalf of
the council for the Lulu Island W.
Dyki.lg District, for permission tojings for the
place the earth from the ditch along j which were
No. 3 Road on the Municipal highway, was granted, 'providing satisfactory arrangements re drainage be
made   with   the   property   holders   on
Daillebousf   Lamagdeleine,   to   whom
the French government granted possession of the .Magdalen islands, in
1.41, i.s about to institute proceed-
recovery of the islands,
give] to some liritish
and owners more than two centuries
ago. The first request will be presented to the Canadian courts in a
iew days.
Carroll Gets Bail.
Seattle, Oct. 11.���Joseph Carroll,
alias Ole Marsh, Winn S. Harris and
Bert Warner, charged with using the
mails for fraudulent purposes, were
taken before l'nited Slates Commissioner Augustus 11. Armstrong and
given an opportunity to furnish the
appearance bonds. Carroll furnished
tlie required security of $30,000, Lyman Petlit, a cement manufacturer of
Everett, and wife signing the bond.
Warner and Harris were unable to
give bail and were remanded to the
county jail. The trial of the case
against the three men will begin al
Council   Bluffs,   la.,  December   1.
We sell direct from the manufacturer to the public,
SAMPLE   ROOMS:
Nos. 2 and 3 Dupont Block, over "The   Fair."
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Stop and See Our Toilet Soaps
35c a Box.
Brock Got Decision.
New Orleans. La., Oct. 11.���Phil.
Brock, of Cleveland, Ohio, was awarded the decision over young .lack Redmond of St. Paul. Minn., al the ''nd
of a ten-round bout on Saturday night
at the Royal  Athletic Club.
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
r Eburne,   B. C
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & fn j^qpr and feed merchant
FRONT  STREET.
i
New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
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as&k'y.rx
Special Showing of Fine Furs
For Fair Week.
P. BURNS & CO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
WE HAVE AN EXCEf TIONALLY GOOD ASSORTMENT OF THESE,
AND OUR STOCK IS QUITE WORTHY OF YOUR INSPECTION, WHETHER YOU ARE THINKING OF BUYING FURS OR NOT. IT WILL DO
YOU GOOD TO SEE WHAT VALUES WE HAVE IN THIS LINE. SEE
OUR WINDOW DISPLAY ON TUESDAY. MINK AND MARMOT, STONE
MARTEN, BLACK AND GREY ASTRACHAN, BLACK LYNX AND ISABELLA   FOX.
ANY OF THESE IN SETS OR SEPARATE THROWS, SCARFS,
TIES AND MUFFS.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
B__S3__,'_K__
Dry Goods, Gents* Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc-
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia  Street.
V': ... T
ESDAY.
OCTOBER 12. 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
pagk Seven.
THP
ight of
It is made of pure White Swan Soap, and is on exhibition at the Fair. To the person who can guess
the weight, or come nearest to the correct weight,
we will give a handsome sewing machine. This is
absolutely free.   There are also 25 other prizes in
all, totalling $100.
0UR   OEMONSTRATORS     WILL HAND YOU  A SLIP AT OUR   EXHIBIT,  ALL  THAT   IT   ,S   NECESSARY FOR YOU TO DO IS TO PUT THE   WEIGHT   DOWN   ALONG   WITH     YOUR     NAME     AND   ADDRESS.
IE   WILL   THEN   PLACE   IT   IN  A  SEALED  BOX, THE  NORTH  POLE WILL BE WEIGHED AT THE   CONCLUSION  OF  THE   FAIR.
Extra Special Offering During Fair Week.
IN ORDER TO FURTHER INTRODUCE WHITE SWAN SOAP INTO EVERY HOME WE HAVE BROUGHT WITH US A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF RINGS. THESE ARE ALL THE VERY LATEST
SETTINGS. CONSISTING OF RUBIES, EMERALDS, DIAMONDS, PEARLS, ETC., IN SOLITAIRE STYLE AND CLUSTERS. THESE SELL REGULARLY FOR $2.00 UP TO $3.00 IN EVERY JEWELRY STORE.
WHILE THE   FAIR   IS ON   WE   ARE  GIVING   THEM   AWAY  FOR
ONE COUPON WHITE S WAN SOAP AND FIFTY CENTS.
THIS  IS  YOUR   CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO GET A GOOD    RING  NEXT TO  NOTHING.      EVERY ONE  IS GUARANTEED FOR THREE YEARS BY THE  MANUFACTUR ERS, WHO WILL IN THE EVENT
OF ONE  BEING   FOUND   UNSATISFACTORY.  GIVE   YOU   A   NEW    ONE.
Wh.tc Swan   Soap is a Soap of Real Merit.
LAND REGISTRY   ACT.
|��kenoticr thai an application has
made to register Charles Ketcb-
I _ tne own< r In fee simple, un-
J��tax side deed from C. C. ..sher
r- a. Howay und Roble L.
���d. bt_riiii; date the 1st day of De-
fber-A- D., 19.2. ol aii and Blngu-
I to certain parcel or tract oi
Ind premises situate, lying and
Jta the distrlcl of New West-
Pw. In the province of British
Wia. more particularly known
Jiescrl..,! ns Ul 13 of'Block 13
�����2i-, Group l, Murray's Adll-
P north half of Lot 14 of Block 13
|W> 201, Group  1,   Murray's  Addi-
��nd those claiming through or
��Ton and Ml persons claiming
V interest in the Bald land by vlr-
0 any unregistered instrument.
"i Persons claiming anv interest
"��� said land by descent, whose
f nnot registered under the pro's ��f the "Land Uegtstrv Act.
[ ?"reJ to contest the claim or
niL PT!las''' withi11 forty-five
lion !" ,'' iate m t:"' first publl-
7   ' ��U_ nolle,, and  in  default
len  !      ���"' "':;::  '���" "f Hs pen-
n    I .1'"1   wi,M" ����ch Period
Brl.."" ��f   redemptlon before
1 iZZ yn"and eaon ��1 >'ou wlU
N llAl   e8t<>PPed and    debarred
Nee o  ,   '"' any  l'Ui">  to or  in '
Kr Y__e,8ald l:ullt" and I shall
^eof in Ketchum as owner
"���,*'   '"    "f    ,his  notice tor
�� InI w !v"ly new8paper pub-
sood and IAA ""^ minster  wlll   he
_ DateTat t?Cle,n1 8erv,��,p thereof.
Pe* WeI iJ_.Land Re8l3try Offlce.
�� Colfiknle,r'  Prov,nc"  ��   Brit-
i^.Td'S 8th day of Bep-
C S. KKITII.
.   To Hern, v     "iS"'1<'1 KeKlstrar.
| Esq.        s *ounB, Es,,., John Uren.
228-30
SNAPS FOR FAIR
WEEK
SEVEN MODERN HOUSES WITH
ELECTRIC LIGHT; CITY; GOOD
TERMS.
FRUIT AND CHICKEN FARM
NEAR TRAM   AND  CITY
DAIRY AND PASTURE FARM,
MILE  FROM  CITY.
HOUSE AND LOTS, VICTORIA.
WATER FRONTAGE WITH RAILWAY   SIDING.
ACREAGE ON WESTMINSTER'S
NEW  TRAM   LINE.
FRUIT AND CHICKEN FARM
STOCKED WITH 1000 PRIZE CHICKENS AND  EQUIPMENTS.
THIRTY ACRES WITH WATER-
FRONTAGE SUITABLE FOR SAW
MILLS.
BUILDING  LOTS, VANCOUVER.
FEARS  PROPHECY
WILL  COME  TRUE
Portland, Ore., Oct. 11.���'This Is the
day I die." cried Eric Erickson. B
Swedish laborer, as he attempted to
butt his head against the padded Wall
of a cell in the hospital for the insane
here.
Seven years ago Erickson was told
by a palmist that the day of his death
would be October 7,1909. As that day
approached Erickson became at Hrst
moody and then crazed with fear, and
determined to cheat his tate Erickson went fro.n druggist to druggist
begging for poison and pleading with
them to put him to death. Finally he
was turned over to the police.
He will probably recover, according
to alienists who have examined him,
as soon as he realizes the fatal day
has   passed.
TROPICAL  HURRICANE
LASHES   HAVANA
here as wire communication lias been
cut off. The fatalities in the city
were confined to one family, tlie five
members of which were killed when
Ihe roof of their home fell in upon
them.
At Reglia, across the harbor from
Havana, fifty small craft were sunk
or driven ashore. It is believed the
damage to the tobacco crop will be
Limited to the destruction of seed
beds, which it is too late to replant.
The storm, coming with a terrific
wind and a torrential downpour of
rain, reached the city from the westward at 1 o'clock this morning and
did not subside until well toward
noon.
The streets were flooded and electric power plants were rendered inoperative. The Warr line steamer
Mono Castle approached the harbor
today, but signalled that she was unable to enter because of the high seas.
The rumor that a steamer was ashore
east of Morro Castle has proved to be
erroneous.
MANY  SENTENCED
FOR  POLITICAL CRIMES
Havana. Oct. 11���This city was
storm-lashed in the early hours of the
day and although the damage
wrought promises to lie less than waa
indicated when day broke much suffering was entailed and the moneyless will be considerable. To what
extent the districts outside the city
have suffered can not  be determined
May Be in Ill-health.
San Francisco, Oct. 11.���The continued acsence of William F. Herrin,
chief counsel for the Southern Pacific railroad has given rise to a rumor
that his health is impaired and that
he Is undergoing treatment somewhere in Europe. Early ln May Herrin left San Francisco for a visit to
the continent.
Agran, Austria, Oct. 11.���After a
trial lasting seven months, sentences
were handed down today in the cases
of (12 school teachers, priests and other persons charged with connection
with what is known as the "Greater
Servia conspiracy." The prisoners
were accused of high treason in taking part in a movement for tlie union
of Croatia, Slavemia and Bosnia to
Servia, even carrying the propaganda
among the troops of the Auslro-Hun-
garian army. Thirty of the accused
are condemned to terms of rigorous
imprisonment, varying from four to
twelve years, and twenty-two were
acquitted. The persons condemned
have given notice of appeal. In view
of the possibility of an outbreak on
tlie part of the supporters of the
"Greater Servia" idea, the garrison
here has been strengthened, and the
judges and th public prosecutor are
being guarded.
WOMEN TO LEARN TO
BE POOR MEN'S WIVES
phicago     School     Department    Plans
Night  Instruction   For   Benefit of
Matrimonially   Inclined.
WE SELL
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mBS* *&t       p 2' N'ew
Km��,'��B-_f��rtl.
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APPLY
re��fUti     '   ,   'ne loss of certl-
SV""!    \v r"'er 1Tr,7a' lss,le'l ln
&_**&.���  ��n!���Bthtrom
e,d;it^fT.n     onp month trom
SlnfMaiiI'YA Publication h.re.
.(.i���    _ newspaper published m
'>     \\ P   t...   _...*.
the Cii
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster.
-u? of New \v
��et0
���* t-e_n\il.8a,d ^tificate unless
Issue a
tont'> in **,i       "''lection   lie
wilting.   '
,''  8   KEITH.
^AyY-Y^,,
������ Au*i"t 2, 1909.
The Sunshine Furnace.
WE DO
all kinds of Tinsmithing.
WE REPAIR HE A TERS
AND
WE SELL THE KOO TEN A Y
RANGE.
Special Car Service,
in order to accommodate the large
crowds of visitors expected to make
their way to Queens park tomorrow
and during th rest of the week, the
B. C. Electric have made spcial transportation arrangements for the interurban and city lines. Between the
city and Vancouver four cars will run
every half hour Instead of one, the
three extra cars running direct to
Queens park by way of the Burnaby
line. On the city and Sapperton lines
double headers will run to the park
every  fifteen  minutes.
Chicago, Oct. 11.���Tlie task of turning out model housewives for young
men of marrying minds whose salaries do uot exceed $25 a week, has
been undertaken in earnest by the
Chicago board of education. How to
broil an inexpensive steak so as to
make a feast for a king; how to trim
o"er last year's hat and "make lt do"
���these are some of the subjects that
the young women who works may
study hereafter if she will attend the
evening classes to be opened October
18 in thirty-three school buildings in
various parts of the city.
Superintendent of Schools Ella
Flagg Young, who issued yesterday a
formal announcement of the "housekeeping courses." believes that they
will ge a potent factor in checking
tlie rapidly increasing number of
Chicago  divorces.
"If wives had a more Intimate
knowledge of the household arts,"
she said, "\here would be more happiness In the home. This, of course,
sliould be self-evident, but with the
present tendencies in woman's development it is a fact that one very easily  loses sight  of."
The steamer "Wesiminster" which
has been tied up at Dease Island for
two years, will shortly be again In
commission. Tlie tug is being overhauled at the Brunette Sawmill ways
by Captain Autan Kltiveness, who is
part owner of the boat with James
Wise. Tlie tug had been running on
are river for a number of years prior
to being  laid off.
MAKE   PLANS   FOR
VISIT OF  KING  MANUEL
HE HOME pAP
Is   the   Paper   That   Prints   All
the      Home      NeWi.
The      Dally     News
10c  a   Week.
E  B
KIRK'S HARDWARE,^ w___r, a
.c.
To assist in the transportation of
the many visitors expected from the
distrlcl along the CP.R. line, to the
exhibition tills week, an extra coach
has been added to the local between
the city and Wstminster Junction.
Already visitors are pouring in and
the additional accommodation is much
needed.
Attempt to  Fire  Elevator.
Kenton,  Man., Oct. 11.���A bag   of
shavings was placed under the Winnipeg Elevator company's elevator at
Harding Siding and ignited by a person unknown. The blaze attracted attention and the fire was extinguished
before much damage was done. There
is no clue to the Incendiary.
, Lisbon, Oct. 11.���King Manuel, with
j his suite, will leave on Nov. 7 for
Madrid, where he wlll stay for several days. From there he will travel
incognito to Cherbourg, whence be
will sail on the Victoria and Albert
for Portsmouth.
Oh Ills arrivhl there he will be met
by the Prince of Wales, who will escort him to Windsor Castle, where
he expects to arrive on his twentieth birthday, Nov. 15. Festivities at
Windsor will include a gala banquet
and a gr��at hunt. Afterward King"
Manuel will go to London, where he
will reside at Buckingham palace for
four days. Later on he is to proceed
to Paris and stay there lnconglto for
about a week.
Death of a Miser.
Toronto, Oct. 11.���Alexander Mc-
Roberts, supposed to be poor, died
yesterday ln a rooming house on King
street east. The police found over
$4,000 In bank deposits ln his room.
His relatives are not known.
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"We have been
looking for you."
Now, listen.
We offer to you,
whether you wish
a bargain or not,
tins of Chicken
Broth at only five
cents per tin���and
if that is not cheap
and reasonable we
don't know what
is. This is a very
good line, and to
get people to know
what it is we are
selling it at an unusually low price.
It is a new line with
us, and we want it
to be a new line
with you.
Whenever down town, come in and
look around. That's what this store
is for.
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'TTHE very fact that there are
���*���      more Great   Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron  Ranget
sold than 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.
Scottish concert.     Sale of reserved
seats opens at Ryall's on Saturday.
Everything for the garden at Tidy's
phone 184. ������
_Mss Lena Duthie. queen of Scottish song at tbe Opera House, October 13th.
Bob     Stevenson's     whole  stock   of
���   ���-  aud   shoes    to    he sold  off in
thirty days. 219-
For first-cla.s cut flowers aud any
kin ; of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenb mse. R208.
Owner will sell corner block, one
acre, on Eighth avenue, $1,750.     Y:-"
cash,    balance  6,  12  and   is  months.
Box ps:: city.
Irish jig competition (ladies 1 at
Scottish concert, October 13th
Four law breakers appeared before
the   magistrate  in   the    police  court 1
yesterday.    Two   weir  charged   with
vagrancy and were permitted to leave
town.   The others were common 1 "���
artists  and  paid   the   usual   $2.50  and I
icosls.     Three   drunks,     better     fixed
'financially   bought   their   freedom   ":!
, payment   of   five   dollars     bail,     and,
[failed   to   appear.
.1. G. Brown will sing "John Grum-
iblie." at the Scottish concert.
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You   lost  while   holidaying   use
Miiir's Wifchazel Cream
We also hava all   kinds of complexion   creams   and   skin  foods
at
Win DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
What Arc A
Few  hours  spent   ut  our
NIGHT SCHOOL
when through them you can become
a first-class bookkeeper or stenographer!
With either profession you are independent. Every business man
must have competent help. \Vo provide the finest Instruction in our
night classes.
Westminster Modern Business
School
A.  L.  BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
be tramsacted in the offices
lately occupied by McBride &
Kennedy, 28 Lorne street, in
the company's head office building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F. J. HART, Manager.
Xew Westminster, Sepi. 25th,
1909.
Todd's Mandolin and Guitar Club.
Vour choice, mandolin, violin or guitar with case, music, and three
months' instruction tree. Membership
ticket $20. Todd's .Music Store. Columbia street. 232
K. .1. Fader is selling off the stock
purchased from C. B. Deans this
���week at cost. Ladies wishing to secure crockery should not miss this
splendid opportunity.
All those willing to assist the Anti-
Tuberculosis Society by aiding in the
work on Tag Day. are requested to
communicate with Mrs. A. J. Hill,
president of the society.
Hear Miss Munn sing "Lea Rig" at
the big Scottisli concert.
Corner lot in Sapperton, containing
1 1-5 acres, $1800; $800 cash, balance
over . years.      Box 922 City.
The steamer Transfer wil] hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharl
for Ladner, Westham Island anj way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra return
trip arriving in the city ln the evening. Trips wil] he made to Steveston  as the business warrants. **
The    juvenile  dancing
at tlie Scottish concert.
competition
li.  Morrison, the    fine    tenor, will
sing  "Success Tae  Bonnie  Scotland.
Scottish  concert, October 13.
The Fruhling leave por; again this
morning for the Sandheads to resume
work on the dredging of the channel.
Considerable difficulty is stll] being
experienced with the nets of the fisherman, and the culling apparatus
tested on the last trip has not proved
I particularly satisfactory. Since last
spring it is estimated thai the Fruhling has added fully three feet  to the
: depth of the channel through the
Sandheads,  the only  dangerous part
lof the river.
Buy orchard   lands   while  they   are
cheap and become independent.      \\,
are th_ official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Let
ii-- tell you about their choice holdings
at  Appleland.      A  new  townsite and
fruit  district    along the line of    th.
IB. C.  Electric Chilliwack line and  V.
'V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Hailway.
Ttiis section excells in the production
[of all fruits.   Come at once whIl-_ the
1 best lands are selling cheap and let us
Show you this section at our expense
We   can    sell    five,   ten,    fifteen  and
twenty acrL. tracts on easy terms.     . .
J.   Hart  & Co., Ltd. **
Hook your seats early for the Scottish concert.
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for hath or toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
DISSOLUTION   SALE   OF
EXHIBITION   PIANOS
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SEND YOUR HEATING STOVES TO
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
FOR REPAIRS.
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Owing to change ln the partnership
of our business, we have decided to
offer for sale our entire stock of
pianos comprising the very best Canadian. English and American makes
ai prices from $200, $225, $250 and tip.
The prices have heen cut regardless
of cosl. on account of the change of
ownership, We must have money to
meet large payments coming due, and
we must considerably reduce our line,
comprising eighteen different makes.
iRemember you can only buy the genuine Heintzman _ Co. piano from us.
These are also cut io the bottom.
Qrand  pianos for $526  up.     See us
before   you   buy.
DYKE,  EVANS .V-  CALLAGHAN,
Exhibition building, and at Vancouver.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
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GOOD BUYS
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J. HENLEY   F.j. HART & CO., Ltd.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C. 2 7 *
Telephone 13.
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"Exhibition Week"Showingl
of Handsome Fall
Merchandise
The store joins the period of
festivities with a display tha
rivals the Exhibition itself in
attractiveness.
This Week the Annual    Provincial   Agricultural
Industrial     Exhibition   will   again  throw open iu      *Y
to an admiring  host.       The   attractions    of    Exhibit'
Week  while they hold  the  centre  of    the stage   ha.
strong  rival    in   Dame   Fashion.       Here   she   has  .stab
lished  her court ard  her devotees are countless
EXHIBITION WEEK HAS COME To MEAN A
FASHION SHOW IN WHICH HUNDREDS OF WOMEN
TAKE   PART.
For women who anticipated attending this contest
between "The Products of the Field and Women," we
superb shewing of Autumnal wear things of every description.
EXCLUSIVE MODELS IN HATS, DAINTY GLOVES FOR DRESS AND DRIVING. SWAGGER
WEARTHINGS, MODISH HOSE, TOGETHER WITH THE LITTLE ACCESSORIES. SOUVENIRS
ARE ALSO TO  BE   HAD  IN   SPLENDID   VARIETY.
We   especially   invite   "Exhibition" visitors to attend  this store, to partake of our store hospitality,
and to revel In the delights of this "Exhibition"  Week   Fashion  Show.
"EXHIBITION KEEK" HILUNEHY.
A new hai win be needed to -race the "Exhibition"
week costume, and nowhere will yen limi spiel, a complete
and authentic showing 0f ready-to-wear and trimmed millinery. Be sure and visit this superb display of enchanting
headwear.
SMART THOUGHTS IN WEARTHINGS.
Need a new suit. r,,at ,,r skirt? If so. the stylish
models which are blosoming forth for this festival week
will  meet  both  your style and need and your purse.
COMFORTABLE UNDERWEAR AND HOSE.
Cool days of Pall betoken colder ones of winter. Prepare now for the future. This stock of figure conforming
underwear and new hose meets your every want and What
is  more Important, il Is   modestly   priced.
ACCESSORIES EOR THE "EXHIBITION
COSTUME."
A host of little flungs will he wanted���gloves neckwear, belts and kindred wants. We have ��� host of charming conceptions which will win you with their beauty and
low  price.
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Exhibition Week Millinery.
Women who are fond of beauty and originality-distinctiveness in other words-can surely find
their ideal In this splendid display of hats. The assortment is more than passing large-embraces
all the best styles of the season���and in all the latest shades. You are cordially invited to look at
the   new styles and to  notice our  little  prices.
Vour special attention i.s directed  to  the broad  showing of smart hats at popular prices $5-00 to $12.50
Accessories for the Exhibition Costume.
tour',,. Thr'* 1_ fan,CV ^��Ck C0"arS' n0t in the extreme  Gibs��"  shape,
tour of the  neck  and  chm. and higher at the back.      These Collars   are
con
chiffon, silks and  ribbons:   Irish
.New Dutch Neckwear in
flve and six pointed effect
In tucked net linens and
pique, are the latest arrivals. Also light long collars of net and lace, are
here.     Prices    50c to  75c
Fancy Jabots, made of
silk ribbon and planen lace,
very pretty and dainty effects. Prices, each only,.
 35c  to  75c
but  rounded out to fit the
ese Collars   are   made   and     trimmed  with
crochet, cluny  and other heavy laces.
We are exclusive agents
in this vicinity for Reynier
Gloves. Kvery pair guaranteed, Prices $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75  and   up.
.lust received by express
today very stunning suit of
grey chevron cloth, .semi-
litting effect, pretty pocket
effects; coal 45 Inches long,
trimmed with jet bullous,
plain cuffs, skirt new pleated   from   yoke,   Price   $25.50
Plain tailored sull of black
broadcloth, semi-fitting ti^
lined, trimmed with buttons,
46 inches In length; pretty
pleated skirt trimmed "i"1
tabs and buttons. Price
     ...$37.50
Tailored Suii of plain Vt;-
neiian cloth in the fen ,:"'
sin shade, Beml-flttlng p1'"1
45 Inches long trimmed ui:!:
jet buttons and fnncj '
skirt new pleated effect.
Price       -"'J37'50
Comfortable Underwear and Hose.
Penman's Natural Wool
Underwear, all sizes. Including out sizes; wel] made and
good wearing finalities.
Price $1.35 and $1.50 per
garment.
Penman's Natural wool
Combination Stills; well
shaped and made to lit.
Price per suit   $2.75
Watson's while fine ribbed Combination Suits; all
sizes;   Suit   .. .$1.75 to $3.00
WOMEN'S   HEAVY   PLAIN
CASHMERE   HOSE
Several lines thai we have
bought especially to fill the
wants made known at the
hosiery counter by customers. Heavy weight all wool
cashmere, firm and strong;
sizes li. . l-_ and 10; per
pair..75c, 85c, 90c and $1.00
HEAVY RIBBED
CASHMERE  HOSE,
very heavy and strong, two
and one ribbed, per pair...
 75c,   85c,   and   $1.00
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W. S. COLLISTER I CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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