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JTJMBER
pl GALLERY
15 CAPITAL rEATURE
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INSURANCE
tA/HlTE, SHILES & CO
^"WESTMINSTER,  B.C.
l i r e
>v        .        ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
Php___..a_.
101
,ieS 0f Fast Aroused
Splenc
Collection of
WELL KNOWN EXPERTS
AWARO TKE PRIZES
rtraits and Views.
exhibit al the
no sense rival-
exhibit of last
in
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j Historical ���-
gilding. wbil<
aimon Fraser
simohDad behind It the power-
the provincial govern-
to i���   despised, and
u.|j interesting to all
, omitted  t"
season.
List   of   Men   and   Women   Who    Are
Doing  the  Judging   in  the   Various Classes.
LARGEST EXHIBITION
ROWS DOORS
IST
'EN TO PUBLIC
1 \ror
Ito secure
I, -
of
hich
uence,,:
|S not one
particul
n and those
collection lasi
M'f.ct0,   against    this show
j the absence ol   tbe  provin-
Qosnell,    who
brarlan Schofleld bad much to
Iits sup ": >"iir' ,   Mayor
*   ked bard  ai   the  last   mo-
ol    the Royal
owing to this    being   the
,. ,   : .        rl  only   ni"t
Includes portraits of
,��� iviio framed early legislative Chadsey
die   judiciary,    the  church.
rmv.   those    who    carved  out |
. ..��� and were the firs;
ii ainland, th. out-
I ... trail,
New Features.
L ,.���, features of the build-
L.,.   pi     v    of    M.thodist
and   leaders    presented by
Columbian college.
Ij. the mayors of the
r    j,,,. . m    under char-
f Thes. an  from the Carnegie
collection   and  are complete
HP, .   ...
paintings by J. v\
C,  .\ .    of    Toronto.
walls of the college.
pioneer mission-
umbla, and include
The  judges  of  tlle   various  exhibits,
with the exception of the district exhibits, for which Ihey lime not yet
been  announced, are;
Lighl and heavy horses, Professor
Rutherford, deputy mlnlstei of agriculture for Saskatchewan,
Held',   cattle   and    sheep-
the Experimental
-Prof.  Gris-
farm at Ot-
dale,
tawa ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hairy cattle and swine. \V. Vv*. Bai-
erityne, president of the Canadian
Ayrshire Breeders' Association of
Stratford,  Ont.
Dairy products���Miss Rose, Guelph,
Ont.
Poultry���VT.  N.  Coats.  Vancouver.
Fruit���Prof. Newell and Prof. Cord-
ley, of the state hoard of horticulture
of Oregon,  I'. S. A.
Flowers���Mr.   Cook   Of   Burnaby.
Ladies'     work���Fancy     work,   Mn.
Douglas;   woollen   work,   Mrs.   G.   W.
Chilliwack.
Premier McBride Performs Opening Ceremony    Threatening Weather Affects Attendance, But Many Hundreds Are Present on First Day    Splendid
Display in All Lines.
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Today's Program.
>ries ot
Wer,   K.
i_.   thi
v Its   '
:
ui Rev.   Ephraim Evans, first
�� of thi    Mi thodlst    church i*1
r...    Edward    White,  firs.
I roi the old Mary Street Meth-
church in thla city, and father
r, WMi Rev. James Turner.
y ��� .,; nar; to the Kootenay
still living; Rev. Ebene-
Robson ploi ������' and only survi-
B tie original band; Dr. Thomas
|; pionei sionary to the to-
Rev. Arthur    Browning,  Kev.
\, flrsl  Methodist in
i Columbia, who was a lay
|_r ud afterward ordained, and
Lpal of Columbian
k.D: Slppn i gift of t'ie far-
|_: vv The   aho.e   are
;     with   British   Co-
|Wa. Ht others .ave been Indimct-
_���d with the church  work
Iir _  R.     Cl mcellor  Burwash.
Morla university, who trained a
number of clerical members of
Isb Col villi,i conference, and
(ieout to sei tl e pictures unveiled
May last: Re\ Dr. Sutherland,
ml sec;.' ol missions, who
Moth, coasl last fall, with Rev.
Carman, general superintendent.
'depict..! ai d the late Dr. Potts.
Famous   Pioneers.
[tares appeal    >l   those  who dis-
1 Justice In the    infant colony.
We commanding    personality ot
|Matthew Baillie Begbie, the hang-
ige, and  ll.  P.   P,   Crease,     an
ll,        afterward
M. thi ergy of varying
t! . common    faith.
present   Bishop   of   Norwich,
��      ttanks, who tended a mod-
���f*k in a llttli  wooden church on
e, and thi   able and kindly
f���bl   I Blsl   :   Slllitoe, together
ill living here,
; R��beri   Lennie,   earl)   Baptist
I���. ��� and   pio ii     .  whose  work
|0' vertheless use-
fK: Phi    collection or pic-
' ' Royal Engineers   Colum-
lud
Peplctment
BALKING OF AIRSHIP
DISAPPOINT MANY
1:30 p.m.���Scottish games, Scottish dancing, under the
menl of the Lord of the Isles Camp, No. 191, Sons of
Vancouvei   Pipers' band,
:: 30 p.m.���Airship flight.
8:00 p.m.���Scottish  concert  in  the Westminster Opera House under
tiie management of Lord of the isles.   Camp No. 191, Sons   of
Scotland.     Tin   Hon. Richard McBride, Premier   of   the
will present  medals.
8:00 p.m.���Band conceits in exhib tion   buildings.   Grand    electrical
display  on  grounds.
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man age-
Scotland.
province
Ti
day will be Scottish Day at the
fair, when sports and dancing will
form the principal attractions, and a
concerl
evening
Pn mler
medals.
will  take    place    during the
at the Opera House, at whieli
McBrlde   will   distribute  the
The
Premier  Opens   Fair.
monster fair was declared dulj
Successful Ascent Not Made Wed yesterday afternoon Promptly
-      oclock. in the presence of a fan
Until Near the Approach
of Dusk.
A  large  crowd  gathered  in  the afternoon around  the aerodrome, Where
the bulky gas bag of the Stroebel airship pressed out the canvas roof, expectantly awaiting the Ume when the
first  ascent  of the  first  airship to be
seen In the Royal City should occur.
Many,   however,   were  doomed  to disappointment,   for   although   the   weather    man    behaved, the    man    who
makes   good   luck   for   aeronauts   was
not  in as good  humor.      Everything
I Went    wrong    from    the    beginning,
land after an hour and a half of work.
after  the  scheduled   Ume  tor  the  ascension, the Vessel was taken back to
.its shed for repairs.
|    Delay occurred  in  putting  the
jshlp   together,   then   in     opening
jend of the big  tent,  a  man  lost
I footing   and     ripped     the   canvas
about six feet, landing on the Inside.
At     last,    however,    the  ship    was
knew their work deserved. The
premier believed lhai a remedy would
be found foi thi lack of transportation facilities. He wished to convey
the congratulations of Lieut-Gov.
Dunsmuir, whom the awful calamity
at Extension prevented attending
public functions.
In  conclusion  the p.emier referred
to the    great services    of    President
Trapp,    Manager    Keary    and  G.  D
Brymner,    to the    exhibition, and us
the one opening  the Victoria  exhibition, conveyed to them the best wishes  of    Vancouver  Island.   I Applause.)
He then declared the fair opened.
Had   Many   Difficulties.
Fur weeks    the managing staff of
the  R.  A.  &   I.  Society  has  been  endeavoring to assemble the  unusually
large number of    exhibits    from the
various par.s of the province for the
provincial    exhibition,     but     circumstances   have   persistently     arisen   to
deter the worK. chiefly lack of transportation    facilities,  and    labor troubles,   have  been   the  cause   of   delay.
and so it came about that on  Saturday   those   person-   who   visited   the
exhibition grounds were surprised at
the unfinished appearance of the In-
  terlor of the buildings.     Half the ma-
failure.      It   was    one    of    the  goodlterial    for the    e���hi jits    was on the
things of British Columbia they never '���,-;.-id  or  had  not  started.      Some,  In
had   a   complete failure.     However, |consequence of lack of transportation,
Were cancelled, some have not yet arrived.      As one result  of  the delays
lit! IX UN iiii: BAND
MM FOH DAVS UF NOAH
. Of Dti i
DRAW BIG C iWDS
They   Will   Be   Accomplished   In   1916, '          2
M
and Then  All  But the  Elect Will        Fisheries   Exhibit   IS     * &   of
Be Destroyed.
C. R. Shaw of the Flying Rollers, or
members of the House of David, announces that be will preach on Columbia sireet during the winter.
Calling ou the News yesterday he
took excepUon to the statements attributed to him by contemporaries,
that the members of his faith expected the end of tilings iii 1910. II"
denied thai  the  House of David was
a  seel, nor  were thej   trying  Ipi obtain
converts. They were messengers.
The members believe, he said, tnat
by 1916 the days ol Noah will be accomplished, and thai as ii was in the
days   ul    Noah, so   shall  il    bo   then;
the   Best   on    the   Fair
Grounds.
The
quite
flsherle
the message shall he finished and tlie | }(>s_
mystery   of   creation   revealed.
Bul  (for  all   excepi   the  elect   remnant ii  will be too late, for all lite
on the earth will be again destroyed,
^^ the
will
building, whieh is
an ornament to the grounds,
was rushed to COmpleUon by lh�� Federal Governmenl In order to provide
for the public nol only an interesting
exhibit, bul pi lesson In the work 'of
the department ol fisheries in British
Columbia. The exhibit is m charge
of Professor Andrew Halkett, natural-
isi i" the department of marine and
fisheries al Ottawa. Professor Halketl Is assisted by M.
the local ollice of tin.
but not by water. The eh
number ol ill.nun of eai h
never go to the grave.
:t,  t<
sex.
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crowd. The visitors stood on the
sieps of the Women's building.
Among those present were Mayor
Vi. II. Keary. to whose success the
exhibition owes so much; the president of the society, T. J. Trapp; the
members of the board of control of
the R��� A. & I. Society, G. D. Brymner, W. H. Gilley. C. A. Welsh, .1. B.
Kennedy. Nels Nelson and L. A.
Lewis: many of the city directors.
the premier's secretary, Lawrence
MacRae. John Hendry and Thomas
Gifford. M. P. P.
In Introducing the premier. Mr.
Trapp said they had one of the best
horticultural and agricultural exhibits
ever collected in British Columbia.
They were suffering under a number
Of disadvantages. In some districts
the  fruit    crops    had    heen a partial
SOOTHSAYERS ABOUND
ON SOCKtYE RUN
Nobody Need Leave Fair
Without Knowing What
Future Has in Store.
The Sockeye Run is again
business on the old stand. Go
one may on the grounds there
getting away from the Inspiring music ni the merry-go-round, and the
hoarse   bellowing   of   the     side-show
doing
where
is  no
Matheson  of
��� Dominion lishei-
II.    Hicks    of    the-   Bon  Accord
lalchery;    \V.   Roxburgh,   manager   of
the lion Accord hatchery has charge
of the haiclvry in ihe building during
tin   i xhibltlon.
Miniature Hatchery.
Immediately on entering the building the visitor tinds the miniature
hatcher} In the centre ol the room, a
number of Bhallow trays, the bottom
of which are covered With salmon
eggs, around which fresh water circulates, aerated by a slide down a
glass chute. An apparatus is now
being built by A. Hardman, who has
charge of all the mechanical work in
the building, which will light this
chute in various colors producing a
very pretty effect. The eggs have
[not yet commenced to hatch, but will
in ;. few days.
I In a tank to the right of the entrance as the visitors enters are several live salmon, taken from the Fraser river; there are t./o cohoes, a
sp.ir;, salmon, and other lish, including young sturgeon and bullheads. In
a corresponding tank on the other
side of the building are a number of
salt water denizens, crabs, anemones,
star and sh"ll fish, brought and kept
alive   with   considerable    difficulty   at
river,   and     trout
(streams, are also exhibited
I'roui   the
air-   ________________________________________
the 'their principal cereal, oats, had been
his   an   excellent   harvest,    and  averaged
for j 105, 103 and 100 pounds to the sack.
On   visiting  the  agricultural
they would be satisfied with
building
^^^___________________^^^_^^^^_^^^_^^_^_^^���     the fruit
I brought   out   by   the    crew,  aided  by iso far as it went, and which would be
many   zealous  citizens,  and   towed  tola  credit  to  any    country    under  the
the top of    the hill.     Then the en- sun.
gine   hucked  and  the    driving chain I
es some  capi-
s of the landing,-Includ-
ti! CITY
IN
3 UF TROOPS::;;;
|Key w
"t Damaged to the
Mor�� Than Two Million
By  Hurricane.
Extent
Dollars
cf
] snapped. There were no proper
means of fixing it and it a snapped
a second time.
At about 6:30, however, the machinery was successfully repaired and
the airship floated gracefully away
toward the oval. There the propeller again stopped, and the ship had
to be hauled down and the machinery
oiled. The airship then rose again,
completed the circuit ol  the grounds.
iand returned to its shed.
The Stroebel airship was invented
l.v C. .1. Stroebel. Of Toledo, Ohio,
and is in charge of \V. .1. Lester, his
partner. The gas bag is cigar shaped,
of the Bide suspension kind, manufactured of Japanese silk, and With a
capacity of 7000 cubic feel of hydrogen. When inflated it Is almost as
light as air with the weight of the
car and man. the result being thai
should an accident occur to the engine, the airship settles gradually to
the ground and there is little danger
of serious damage. The frame la
triangular, of Oregon spruce trussed
With French piano wire The engine
is a four-cylinder gasoline motor specially constructed; it weighs eighty
pounds and develops 16 horsepower.
The tank hold three gallons ol gaso-
; line or sufflcienl for a run ol three
ns. The propellor is on the front
1 pulls rather than propels
craft. At the stern a rudder
horizontal steadying planes,
uated. guided by lines in the
of the aeronaut, who sits on '
frame. Harry L. Cunler is the operator.
Suffers  Drawbacks.
The other chief difficulties they
to contend with were labor and transportation.      Tlie  railways    had  been
'nnab.e to handle some    of    the exhibits, and  they  had  only  arrived  that
.day.     Turning to stock, he said they
the persons in charge of tlie exhibits
have worked almost steadily for several days and nights to complete
their displays, and yesterday morning
when the public arrived they were
j still at work. Not until about noon
was the work completed, and'order
ad brought out of the chaos of packing
cases, and scattered exhibits. More
particularly was this the case in the
agricultural building, the farmers of
the Fraser river district experiencing
the lack of transportation keenly.
... ���( .44 1   JHS.C" I I   V���
IClal  benefit  Of     IU'   ni���      of   ,
but in particulai   .^rivers
East   figure   as   a | floV,  ,,���,,   ,
the
with
s   Bit-
hands
had every horse stall  filled, a splen- ]
did  display  of    Ayrshire    cattle, and |
would  have  had  a  splendid  herd  of
Shorthorns  If    unexpected  difficulties
had not arisen.      The stock exhibits
were better tha"- those at the Dornin- l
ion Fair.
He extended  a  hearty  welcome  to
all and particularly to the twelve sur-;
vivors of the Royal  Engineers corps]
who fifty  years ago  had settled  New j
i Westminster.
Premier McBride.
Premier McBride was well received.
He expressed a feeling of embarrassment after all-the kindly references
made to him. The show had become
one of Canada's big shows, ranking
with the best in the conUnen ol
North America. The stock, poultry,
dairy products, fruit and agricull
exhibits had the earmarks which ,,x--
perts told them pul them side by side
with the best products of the continent of America. Mr. Trapp had referred tc the weather conditions,
which the oldest Inhabitant would admit lipid been exceptional this year.
Still the exhibit- were even greater
than those of t_e show held under
the auspices of the Federal administration. The exhibit was not British Columbia's best, but it was Al,
i Having referred to the excellent poul-
xhibit, he  trusted it would take
try
the city
author!-
iS, ?est' 0ct 12-with
I wi IT '' ���� militia
lor . ;'n' <��lled on by the mayor
*C ?T' ettort* "'" being con-
^ __,,,���,'��� tow��rd ascertaining
which AAYl'^M f ">'' burricane
" _ e_hi "", -"1: yesterday
"JWmated thai the
the city
Property
'each '2.000,000.
and
damage to
harbor will
t)een iVm,'.''"!1' Xo 1os* of life has
'Hy' * "/, ^e city, but it is
aH the ., ;"!l ro" *!�� b'1 heavy
sulil" Man " COttst ol lhe penln-
hi been ?i_ ��' ,the  veaBel8   which
fteVT,.lfromthelr
zette
sued
ginal
jthat position in  agriculture which  it
demanded.
He asserted that large sums .ere
sent out for eggs and poultry from
this province. The government was
i doing everything in its power to
I place poultry experts in the field, and
Igive a stimulus to raising poultry. He
I hoped that all other classes would
I come up to the standard set by Mt".
rtrnwlne of the first [Trapp. and that the ladies' needle-
Columbia  la ,work would prove as attractive as he
and
out tin.
erday
moorings
managed
<uia came _no_8t��rm fll"'u,K Uie night,
morning:. _,,. ,  . t0 ^^^^
"ig hut T . "J their    Pie,'s this
��Uy-_7e' 7 between sixty and  sev-
her of hvY ..     lt  is feared  a  num-
sels.
uvea w
ere
" '���"'��������� ns, i
'Co 'actorie
;��st on these  ves-
city
lo���,
^_ I
.... ".^""ip.M,.
,  "   8 filled tn
wbole blocks of  struc-
wWle the great   to-
warehouses suf-
damage.       The
overflowing with
lhe  militia and
the ni'gi
ing    one    of    Lieut-Col.   Wolfenden.
King's printer, who is largely responsible for the collection sent over irom
, Victoria.      A copy of    the ^YA
nton    of    the    "Emigrant Sailors   ua
and  Cape  Horn  Chronicle.     s-
a few years ago. from the on-
manuscript, is included.
Political   Portraits.
The  orlgina ^^^^^
Icoat   of  arms  of  British
I also shown and pictures of rePresteh"
.tatives of this    constituency    m  >"
federal and provincial bouses appea .
I Including on- of J. A. R. Homer, wm
sat  from  1878  to  1886  In  the
lof commons.      Political    pictures
| elude  portraits    of    the pt
[past  premiers of the provnee,
lng   Hons.   John   Robson
Klliott   ipremier  1876-78). f
also a large collection of portraits
the early officials of the province
others    connected    with    H"' p
ment of    the    province    In the
years   after  confederation ������iipm
In  this  gallery    Columblar c0";��
has a collection of flags. Wadds ����    ���
of  Vancouver  have a   line  '<Y iii-
of photographic work, and "" "
also a collection of lacrosse team I
tures.
The   Agricultural   Building.
Considering    the    difficulties  which
had to be overcome    the    display of
products  In  thr   Agricultural  building
from the surrounding districts is iit-
jtie short of marvelous, and in quantity  and  duality   generally  better  than
| last  year,  despite  the  fact  that  this
I has been an off season.     The various
municipalities   have  entered   into  the
[spirit of contest with zest, fully real-
lizlng  the  great  advertising  value of!
Ithe provincial exhibition.      The displays  are    artistically    arranged  and
the   product   shown  are  wonderful  In
their size.
Three of the exhibits are of especial interest, the display of grains and
ni her products trom Edmonton and
Strathcona, the Pitt Meadows, and
p I e Comox "\hibits. The former is
an annual affair and is this year not
one whit behind former displays, and
is of inierest as coming from the far-
thesl distance. The Pltl Meadows
display is interesting rrom the 'act
that it represents the opening of an
agricultural district subsidiary to
New Westminster, this being the first
fruits of that fine stretch of meadow
land between Coquitlam and Maple
Ridge bordering on the Pitt river.
The display is small but the growth
shows that Pitt Meadows is In no degree behind other parts In its capacity for growing fruit and vegetables
of quality and size.
The Comox exhibit was brought to
the exhibition with great difficulty,
nnd while it makes a fine showing.
yet much of the produce has been
spoiled and damaged by the rough
handling lt received on its long trip.
The fruits and vegetables shown were
transferred    no      fewer    than    eight
(Continued on Page Two).
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .this distance from the sea. Several
spielers. From the back of the smaller tanks, filled with the young
bleachers at the lower end of the la- of various kinds of salmon from the
crosse oval right up to the Fisheries i KTa8er
building, the run has blossomed out '
into   little   tabernacles   each   With   Us Salmon of A||  Kinds_
Salmon of all varieties in their full
grown  state  are  to  be  Been   in  glass
bottles  of  spirit.      Around  the  walls
are numerous    photographs  illustrating the  salmon Industry  in  the province  from  the  spawning  to  the  can-
the   salmon,   others   showing
���s and creeks from which the
lish  and  spawn    are    taken,  and  the
'working of the hatcheries.     The pho-
toes were taken by  W. T. Cooksley
of thus city.      Above tlie entrance *o
the  building is a  mounted  sturgeon
head, of considerable interest to citizens  as  being  that    of    the  big  7o0-
! pound fish caught near tlie city a few
i weeks   since.       It   was     mounted   by
Tnse and Faulks.
A list of the hatcheries in the province is shown on a card for the information of visitors. It gives the
following details: Bon Accord, Fraser river, capacity 10,000,000 eggs;
Granite creek, Shuswap lake, 10,000,-
000; Harrison lake. 40,000,000; Bem-
berton, Birkenhead river. 30,000,000;
Stuart lake, 16,000,000; Babine lake,
16,000,000; Rivers inlet, O-Wa-Keena
lake, 12,0.0,000; Lakelse, Skeena river, 4,000,000.
expert   barker   who   expounds   to   the
gaping   multitude   the   marvels     concealed under its canvas covering.
Marvels Are  Many.
The four corners of the earth have,
according to the spielers been ransacked for the especial benefit of tht
visitors to the Fail
does the gorgeous
source of side-show marvels.
Bulking large among the throng art
those who deal iu magic, astrolog.
and the unfolding of wha: the futuri
(Continued on P
Two).
BIG   ELECTRICAL   TURBINE.
New   Apparatus   Will   Develop   Power
for  Fraser  Mills.
Two carloads ot machinery from
the factory of the Allis-Chalmers
Company arrived in the city yesterday for the Fraser River Mills.
The consignment consists of i50
kilowatt steam generator with all
the necessary fittings, This will be
installed in the engine house of the
mill as quickly as possible and will
be used to supplement the present
steam power, which, although devel
oping 400u horsepower, is Insufficient
to meet the heavy demands made
upon it.
The generator is constructed on the
turbine principle and is the first of
its kind in the province. It will be
In operation within thirty days,
will run the planing mill, and
supply light and power tor other
poses.
and
also
pur-
PUCE SWING SPAN OF
LULU ISLAND BRIDGE
A   lame  scow  is  bl lng   built   at   the j
ways    in  the    Royal    City  Planning
Mills yards, by Messrs.  McKeen and
Wilson, for T.  R,  Nixon    it    Co., of
Vancouver,   mill   owners.       The   B v
is  huge,  mi feet  in  length,    and  '-';
feet    beam,   7    feel    deep. It    will   h"
launched  from the  ways  next   week.
Work   of    Assembling    Parts   of    Big
Steel  Stretch  is  Now Progressing   Rapidly.
GUESSING THE POLE'S WEIGHT.
Attractive
Competition   Organised
Fair.
at
house
in-
resent p"1'1
Includ-
ind  A.  C.
There  is
and
-era-
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No More Gambling
on Lives of Sailors
London. Oct. 12.-Gambling on
lives at sea will be made a punlsn-
,hle offence In Great Britain by vir-
of the Marine Insurance (Gamni-
Policies Bill), which, on Its second reading, was unanimously passed
,ther dav in the House of Loids
therefore practically only needs
Royal assent to become law. me
\"iYm ���f the bill Is "the prohibition
ii-
thp
land
the
object
of   .ambling
, perils."
on   los.   by    maritime
If any person effects a contract of
marine Insurance without having a
bona fide Interest either in the safe
arrival of the ship or the safety of
the cargo it will be deemed to be
gambling on loss by sea dangers. The
punishment wlll be Imprisonment with
hard labor for six months or a fine
of $500. Further, the gambler must
forfeit to the Crown any money <ie
may receive under this gambling contract.
One of the most attractive exhibits
at the fair is that in the industrial
building of the White Swan soap. This
is a British Columbia concern, and
the representatives of the company
have arranged a novel and attractive
display to advertise the two principal
objects of manufacture. White Swan I
Soap, and White Swan Washing powder.
The   central   object   rising  from     aj
tier of tablets of soap, and innumer-
able packets of washing powder is a j
gigantic   pillar   of   soap,   to   represent j
the   North    Pole,   aud   in   connection
with  t'tls a competition  has been  In-1
lion win;
augurated,  for  which  ovt     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
be given away ln prizes.    The contest  fIOni"now it will be necessary to
is to judge the weight of tlie pole, and |U     North A       t    navigation.
     _..��>__      r*   win    he I 	
Work was commenced today ou the
selling of the massive centre casting
for the swing pier of the new Lulu
island bridge. The casting is fastened to the concrete pivot pier with
bolls three feel ill length and 1 1-2
inch  iu  thickness.
Inside of two days the machinery
will all be set and lhe work of rivet-
ling the big steel girders will be tbe
main task. Compressed air is being
used for this work, which has already
begun. The south span has been
riveted in position, and part of the
draw span has been rivetted. The
work can now proceed until it comes
[to the laying of the flooring, which
cannot be done on the steel portion
i until the arrival of the sidewalk
brackets.
The International Contract Company Is a'so laying the track for the
j B. C. Electric Railway line across the
i bridge. Work on the draw protec-
' tion has been suspended until such
time as the old bridge is removed. It
is expected that in about two weeks
close
this no one yet knows
weighed  at  the  close  of
It  will    be
the  exhihi-
wetgueu  m  m.   _u��.  w   >.__   - -- ,    \y. pisher, who has been operating
tlon, and the one nearest correct win |a gtnge between the city and Fra8er
receive a sewing machine. Other jM���lg for gome Ume announce8 that
valuable prizes of silverware will be: hp wll, ,.un the 8tage from the car
offered. Around the base of the pole gtatlon to Queen's park during the
are figures depicting Peary and Cook, jexllibltlon day_, with a charge of
with the polar bears, etc.
The whole has been tatefully decorated and will be illuminated at night.
The stall Is also carrying various solutions for spraying, which will be
found effective. All guesses tor tne
contest are free. Call at the stall,
and leave your slips. ���
twenty-five cents. The stage has
been withdrawn from the regular Fra-
[spr Mills trip owing to the bad condition of the road. Mr. Fisher ls
[operating from the Fashion Livery
i Stable and takes parties of tourists
ior others through the country with a
four-horse stage.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WOP REMOVE Largest Exhibition in West
DENOMINATIONAL BARS Throws Doors Open to PubJic
WEDN_SDA^
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��CT��BER ���
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATED CREAM |
Th re li nothing so good for thr baby
a. t. Charles Cream, The re&ult of
Analysis by prominent expert chemisti
Shi vrsthflt....Charles Cream, when pri \,
erly redi ed with pur** brtlietl water.
Is almost identical tn every respect with
lm man milk. It differs fri.in other
milk product! in that it i.s sterilized hy
beat ..lone.
St. Charles Cream does not curdle when
used "ii acidulous fruits and imparts a
rich, delicate flavor. It is
humanized milk, n is
not only best for mother j
and infant���it is better |
than the beat ordinary
milk fur all purposes.
Sold by best ffTOcerS
everywhere.
ST.   CHARLES   CON
DEN5ING    COMPANV,
Ingersoll, -     Ont (
Queen's University May Yet
Sever Connection With
Presbyterian Church.
(Continued rrom Pa_j_ One.)
Umes, and to cap It all. they wen
the freight  .mi   which collided with a
passenger on the B. C. _. Railway   To
these three considerable credit is due
tor iheir enterprise.
The  Fruit  Display.
On the upper floor of the Agricu
tural  building  is shown  a  very  iin.
display of fruiis in varieties tor com
lYM' ���
Kingston, Oct. 12.���The commission
appointed   by   the   Presbyterian   General Assembly to confer with Queen's  petition.      They are divided into two
University  trustees  regarding  remov- districts,   east    aud    wesi  of    Noil
ing   the  denominational    restrictions Bend.     The fruit, although this h
that mlghl Impede the growth of the  ' '�� an exceptionally  poor vear  foi
university met in Convocation Hall the fruil crop, is an excellent exhibit
this afternoon and evening, h wiii and shows well to the strangers from
probably be Thursday before their easi and south whai British Colum-
conclusion is reached. After hearing Ma can do in the growing of fruit '";
the trustees' case the commissioners ''"' market. Other Interesting exhi-
will meel by themselves and draft bits In this building were the vegeta-
their reporl to the General Assembly, bles from the provincial Jai] farm on
Kev.   Dr.   Lyle  of   Hamilton,     Moder- Lulu island and roots, vegetables and
general  products  shown  by  the Che-
. . halis  Indians.      a  large    display  of
The denominational restriction thai  plants and  Bowers    by   local  florists
Impede adds a brighl appearance to the build-
aim ol the General Assembly, is pr��
siding at the conference
to      ^^
university
FRONT  STREET
is  tiie  place  to
second-hand goods of
have nearly
the  trustees claim  tend
the   development   of   thi
^^^^^^^^^
il��   That all member, oi the Pres
l.yterian  church  in  Canada constitute
the   corporation   of   the    uni\ ersltj;
or sell new and'that  of thirty-seven  members of tin
iiny  kind.    We Trustee  Hoard  twenty-seven  must   be
100 DOZEN JELLY MS
which we are offering for 40c per doz
They are new.
We also have a splendid large cn.-v
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and ES��'
Animals
for sale nt a bargain.
We can't begin to tell yon al. ...
have, bul no matter what you want,
com,, here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ing. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
The Industrial Exhibit.
The displays in the Manufacturers
and Industrial buildings are wel] up
to former years, and ln tbe latter surpass anything formerly attempted. A
feature thai is attracting considerable attention in the former building
The
every
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are exhibits of art,
and a few industrial ex-
'nieinl.ers of the  l'resl.\ leiian  church   _____________________________
thai the Principal much be a minister is the Collins wireless telephone,
of the Presbyterian church. These which is being Installed, and will i"1
provisions are in  the charier. in use shortly.     The machinery men
There are    sir..tig    anti-separation- of both this city and Vancouver bave
isis  on   the   Trustee   Hoard,  and   they   gathered   together large displays,
will   tight   hard   against,   the   proposed   Industrial   building   is   filled   in
constitutional  changes,    which  would  department, firms from every part  ol
eliminate      Presbyterian the province    and men    from  other
 _,  ���.  the university.    They will  parts of the continent having secured
first  of all ask the separaUonlsts to spaces for advertising [purposes
I point  out  anything that  has  impeded   the   upper   floor    -���   ���'-���"���
the development of Queen's.   To their ladies' work
we |minds nothing of the kind is evident,  hibiis.
[The university is going ahead by An interesting feature in this build-
bounds. They laugh al tiie idea of ing Is the manual training. A num-
changing the constitution of the uni- ber of the hoys rrom the various
versity for the sake of a paltry .100,- classes regularly attending the man-
- ~~    1000  from  the  Carnegie  fund  for  pro-.ual  training    school    on  the grounds.
SECOND - HAND     STORE,  feasors'   pensions.     They   ask     what   have been transferred to a temporary
'more State aid Queen's would gel workshop in the industrial building.
than il is al present getting, and There ihey show their skill in the
what greater gifts will come to it work of fashioning wood, and their
from individuals than in the past. It ���---���*'
is understood that the Moderator of
the General Assembly, Kev. Dr. Lyle,
is opposed to the church allowing
Queen's to pass from its control.
The Rob
ROBIN
FLOUR
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Ever since this mill wa
���it its full capacity try.,
mand for Robin Hoo
Ever since this flour I
f the W.st, its succ
short of sensation
Wc want you to I
Cess.    Hjw can
Bv highest qua
Flour has it.  1
flour gives it.
Thrn, Ma.lai
start tis.ug ii
Ask your gi
Money-Back
SASKATC
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un.ee 'Phone 18s.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT.
Soothsayers Abound
on Sockeye ta|S%^
(Continued  trom  Pag_  One
[holds in store
..|.i ii  meir aispiays to the public un-
i ,���^~-- ,/v ^v~~v~v^^~���-^^ tij    t))(1    management    improved    on
%H      1    1    P* 11T       I      [holds in store.    In any one of halt' a 'their grant of six admissions for each
1Y10Q61    tjl_T_l     WOrKS  dozen  tents,  the curious  visitor  may ; exhibitor.      A   meeting  of  the  direc-
O j for sums rangin_ from ten rom-
handiwork is displayed on the bench
es    for the    admiration of    visitors.
There are nine classes taken each
week from the schools of the city,
and Instruction in woodworking is
given by \Y\ Nelson,
Exhibitors on Strike.
The Industrial    building    yesterday
morning was placarded with cards in-
l'"'"'"'"" " blic that certain of the
closed until such time
as the management saw fit to grant
more attendants' tickets. The exhibitors staled that they would not
open their displays to the public un
til    the    management    improved    on
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SANITARY CLOSETS
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PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
NOTICE.
fJ.iiT haVing rooms 1�� let during
Exhibition week please hand thev
names and addresses with particulars
Sound* Secretar>' at the Exhibition
h ah, h a ,nUmber of applications
nave already^been received applying
foi accommodation during Fair week
W. 11. KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
MILITANT ^^^^^^^
STIRS IN  FRANCE
for sums ranging from ten cent SS. ,1   meeUng  of   "'"  <lir<'(-
iYYfszii _r_3__~1__ =! siSL-raartt
both male and female, skilled in all
the arcana of the Chaldeans. Within
the shabby tents, shrouded in flowing mantles and surrounded by all
the apparatus of their craft sit palmists, astrologers and clairvoyants only .'e���uiring that their palms be crossed with silver before making the fu
ture as clear as the railway policy
ol the provincial government. The
seeker after knowledge can take his
choice ot half a dozen nationalities���
I'^yptian, Arabian, Gypsy���(hey are
all  there.
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ter a compromise had been issued by
which  the    exhibitors    received two
passes a day for attendants.
The  Stock  Display.
The cattle classes    generally  were
.well filled.     Holsteina and Ayrshires
were much  In  evidence, bul  Jerseys
which   are   usually   so   plentiful   were
unexpectedly scarce.      Beef    animals
Durhams   and    Herefords    especially
were also few in number.      A splendid     display    of    horses    is    shown.
Clydesdales are, as usual,  the Stron-
est in  number
MACKIE & HARRIS, Agents
HALL-LAVKKV   BLOCK
New Westminster.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. o. Box 345
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Dated  at   tl
New Westi   ���    i . nceolBJ
Columbia,   thl day o' A'
.V. D., 1909.
���   S  KEITH.
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To Samui | C     er Esq.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRio|
Th> condition of the old Sr|,i.
not  considered    safe   for  vehloi
|traffic,   and   the public general'..!
cautioned  against   hauliig : _d= |
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to di M L
this notice mu.-t tak�� all th^ .s_t|
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerl
City   Hall.   Xew Westminster,
23rd. 1909.
Paris,      Oct.     12.���Some     of    the
French  bishops following up a more
militant  policy  have   introduced  into
the catechisms an obligation  to vote
only for candidates who have publicly
pledged themselves to the defence of
religious interests.    The Figaro commenting on  this    development    says
that since the rupture of the concordat   which   forbade   electoral   catechisms, the church has a perfect right to
give  instructions in  electoral   duties,
but it considers the formulae in some
dioceses  to be open  to criticism.    It
prefers that of the Archbishops    of
Cambral   which  says  that  the    most
honest and the  most Christian candidates best capable of serving the general welfare should be elected.
.^^^^^^^^^^^^^h^^^^^h   . n     with       large   displav
!��� or those of a more morbid dispos-1?   Perclierons, and a fair showing of
on,  who are endows  ...nu ... Hackneys.      The judges  were  yester
day busy will, the cattle, continuing
tomu. iiiore are also good pens of
sheep and    pigs.      A    8f0c��    , Igi,:'
  ',-n Y,lnrUli0, A an attrac��on to stock-
they   mav   trlnt   ti.oi,.   o,-_.   ,._ |men   scheduled   for  i.vi,i..,.     morning
mi ,  "���"" "in be made.
The Poultry exhibit this year is the
sloun 'an(' bPSt that ,uls ov"'- been
shown in the city, a large number of
.     .   ..i_ i tr   moi IJ
ition, who are endowed with .... __���_��-
tite for mummified corpses, skeletons,
ancient bones, and all the fruit of the j
tombs of past ages, there is food ga-1
lore.      For the small  sum or fifteen Len  Boheduled  for Friday
hey   may   glut   their  eyes  on whe- tuberculin tests wil'
the remains of Vikings and Egyptian I    ��-���      ^^m
Kings, dragged from their sepulchres
into the light of day to make an exhibition side show.
Nor    are the    interpreters of
dances of the East, the   sinuous
IhelfhlL    be,,Df made in every class In
chlkonci    Vu , v""   """ous noo- [, efAra,   llst'      In addition tliere are
and    he V    UU     V0,UP'U0^    can-can, A   A   ��'""ea  of scar��''' birds  which
iiVipd1'''"'.   ��f the  0rl���t  know ;.pC"0's,'own on the list as primed,
what   beside     fo���nH    ���.���_., _.    I The  building  was closed  for a  good
_.  Orient  know
found    wanting      The' -       ���  ������
is    represented    bv a P?Vu of^yesterday during th
which    emanate    "the1      the blrds-
Embezzled $1,000,000.
has been arrested here in connection
h      iTonu'rln UeS,rnoun,i"�� *o more
od   l-ilfVT1 Which  we,'(- discover.
gftion  ,,f    brUa'y   dU,inS   a��   investigation of an army quarter.
fervid    South
theatre    from	
strains of the fandango and in which
may he seen the dances dear to the
hearts of the sons and daughters of
Castille.
Nor are the caterers to the inner
| man found wanting. The hoarse
[cries of the vendors of "Coney Island
red hots," "hot dogs," and other dainties continually assail the ears of the
stroller along the Run. The "nigger
baby" man with his formaldehyde cigars is on hand as large as life, while
the Ethiopian dodger who delights to
have you hurl rotten eggs (provided
by the management and guaranteed
mature) continually Importunes the
passers-by to try a shot at his visage.
"Oh, you baseball players, hit me
In de   face, I likes it;"   "Tlie Viking
giant,   wonderful ;"  "Dis    way  to
Umslopagaas,  the Zulu  rainmak-
judglng
"Only a nickel, five cents;"
"Here's where you gets de Coney Island red hots;" "Madame Bluffinsky,
the great palmist will ;" " 'it 'im
in de face boys; 'e likes it."
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how It is cheaper to buy our
high-class   building     material.,
than lt is to purchase the poorer    kind.      we    can point    to
buildings  buUt  with  our  mate-
rials   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.
Dairy   Products.
I The dairy products are well displayed, with an especially large exhibit of bread and preserves. The exhibits are being judged by .Miss Rose,
of Guelph, who will give a demonstration ln tlie building tomorrow and on
Friday at 1:30 p.m.
Yesterday evening the grounds and
buildings were brilliantly lighted by
strings of incandescent lights, picking out tlie outlines of the structures
and producing a pretty effect. Tlie
rain shower of the evening spoiled
the program to some extent, preventing the airship flight and driving the
people into the buildings.
UNKNOWN  INSECT
CAUSES   MANY   DEATHS
Marseilles.  Oct.   VL���The  death  of
two men and a woman today makes
a total of twelve victims of a poisonous fly,  which has afflicted the city
for  a   month   past.     Hundreds   have
undergone terrible suffering from the
of the insect,  which, from  what
the authorities can learn, was brought
here nriidnally in the cargo of a Central   American   fruit   vessel,  and   has
mutlplied rapidly.
The pest has caused consternation
among the health officials, who are at
ja loss to find  means to combat the
insect. Those bitten have all the sym-
Jptons of snake  bite  poisoning.
Rosthern, Sask., Oct. 12.���Jos. Per-
cher, a French farmer living five miles
north  of  Rosthern,   met  wltl,  :,   horrible  death   about  noon     today,     IJe|
was discing, when his horses became
frightened,   and   ran   away.    1
was thrown across  tlie pol<
of the disc; the hors
mile   before   being
was drugged al
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
Man's Crush. Our colored hats
are the new feature in soft
goods.
"QUALITY"
New Shirts!   New Ties!   New Underwear!
AI I J. PHILLIPS' 1)11, CLOTHING
Pretty styles in new Reefers for Boys or Girls in
fancy checks, plain navy or cardinal���all with monograms or arms.
rcher
in  front
lf;s ''an aboul one
hi thi 8to|,|"'(l   Percher
!|ribly��edXrKaHh��;
��� and   f""'-     His   head d' lmn"
[torn   away.
was completely
Phillips, Wardrobe  Clothier .ESDAV.
OCTOBER   13,  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.
fi.   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.
614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
PHONE   MAIN   5865.
PHONE 43.7.
PURE GOODS A_LE
CoWail'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquet!**, Wafer*. Medallion*. Ctc.
Cowan's CaKe Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
NO FEAR OF NICOTINE
IN THESE ClliMlTI.S
Recent    Analysis    Shows    That    They
Are  Over  Ninety   Per  Cent.
Wood  Pulp.
Tuninto. Oct. 111.���That two well-
known brands of cigarette tobacco are
each   '.ni   per   cent    WOOd   pulp,      is   a
Btatemenl made by a speaker before
the street Railway Men's convention
: al  the   Labor  Temple  yesterday
$12,500,000 COST
TO BORE MOUNTAIN
Estimates of Mount Blanc
Tunnel Completed -- Will
'Juke Five Years.
The speaker was a representative
DIAMONDS
fe have now the Wesselton Diamonds. SKSv:
Call and examine them.
CHAMBERLiN, The Jeweler
SOLE  AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES
Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
lanii
bloci
��3.0c
r' house,  nine  full   sized   lots, frame    stable    and hen  house:
under cultivation, directly back of the  Brunette Sawmills Offlc*, a
; n��rth o' c-.iumbia itreet
For What?   Just Think!
���   U.lt
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ithe Cigar and Tobacco Workers' Union, which, he said, hud a chemical
analysis of the two brands of tobacco
made. Thev are the outpui of nonunion simps, and while they nre sup-
1 posed to be Carolina tobacco, the
i   savoring   ol
^____________________iclm��� t is tinned
oul there, Nlnetj per cenl ol them Is
vi oo I, bul thai does nol mean ''ip'1
the other LO per cenl is tobacco The
anal Id   tb       peakei.   showed
parti)   tobacco, and  th .1   ll   lg  mostly
ol hei   ad iltei ati .1  Btuffs.
Another   speaker   condemned    the
p.litem.,    [oi     l.lllies'    mui    chli
thai   Bl P lm tied 0111   b)
a dozi 11   \iini lean fit ms and are
id broadcast through both the
States nel 1 lanada 'I bey are Intended 'p. be free, and toi thai pui pose
are left on counters and other notice*
able    places   so   the    public   can   I1' '
. ii;. These, he said, are all
turned onl bj uon union firms, an 1 IS
they represent unfair conditions they
ild be all avoided by every trud
union   man  and   his  wife.
Minister of
received  the
ami engineer-
he   commission
the matter of
through    Mont
ie $20
per month  on terms to be arranged.    Exelu-
McQUARRIE   &   CO.,   Front   Street.
GAY LATHARIO USED
CHLOROFORM ON
PARENT
Purls, Oct. 12.���The
Public Works has now
preliminary estimates
ing prospectuses of 1
appointed to look Into
constructing a tunnel
Blanc.
The tunnel   is to start  al  Chamolii.x
ami the opposite opening is to be In
Entreveg The length is estimated
al eight and one-eighth miles. Electrical cars will be run through the
tunnel If tbe work ts 1 er accomplished, The cosl Is 1 Btimated pit
twelve and one-half millions of dollars 81. millions more will be need-
. .1 . onnect the tunnel with arious
y ench and Italian rallwaj b. Fi am'
an.1 Italy win iir. ide the cost.
Mont Blanc consists of hard granite
oi'fei Ing no spv Ial difficulties to bot
in_    The tunnel wlll be situated one
thousand   mi '1 es    above    ti	
hence ii is estimated thai the workmen win not he oppressed hy excessive  heat  and   thai   the  Work   will  tiol
he threatened by wa'er.
It   will   take   five  years   to  complete
the tunnel,   After its completion the
route from Paris to flenoa will he
shortened by more than thirty miles,
and England's overland route lo India, now traversing Germany and
Switzerland, will be laid via France
and   Italy.
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
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ou  Can
Make   No   Mistake
you on yo
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ur numerous wants    for    Stationery,    Books,    Bib<e,?-
>. Magazines, Foreign   News   Papers, and in  fact any-
^   ��'iy carried in a fir,t.clas_   Stationery  Store.
d|eman'   "'' d""iCt 'r��m th* manuf^cturer_ for spot cash, no
niontYA'   " t0 be added a"d therefore we can show you some
=y-savm_   prices
Hymn Books are now in
mid-
stock.    Do
B
TODHUNTER & BURR
���hh
���������
Boston, Oct. 12.���Chloroforming his
sweetheart's   mother.     Mrs.   Florence
ly   Higglns, while she was asleep, Hit-
'in-'   the   1 .-year-old   girl   bodily   rrom
the same hed and carrying her off and
taking from the house $..() m  cash,
we the charges which the police are
making against John H. Burnham, u
years   old. _._
Neither   Burnham   nor   the    young
woman has yel been located.    He h*d
Known   her  tor  some   time,   but   had
neen tobidden by her parents to visit
;;,ir Home In the Jamacia Plain ois-
trict _     	
Crushed to Pulp.
Canal  Dover, Ohio, Oct. 12
���epalrlng  the
CATHOLIC   PRIESTS   MAY
WEAR  LAY  DRESS ON  STREET
   While
rep*..-. _�� inside cylinder of an
immense one hundred and sixty ton
,���.Mie three men were crushed to
, ���',!��� and ihe bodies pressed into a
.,���,,, ���f four inches. Master Median-
].. Dawson of the blast furnace^the
'"tellers, Stationers, Newsdealer,    5,^Z^ni- iVonTcoalco; became
S����e.,_r> t0 j   j   mackav a rn ���   t raving maniac.    He blames hlmse
.1. J. MACKAY A CO. #   ^ not ,,locklng the fly wheel ot the
*+..<
Quebec, Oct. 12.���A Montreal des-
patch appeared in one of this evening's local newspapers to the effect
that considerable Interest wns felt
among the Catholic clergy of that
city, as well as of the whole province,
concerning a certain phase of the deliberations of the Canadian plenary
council, at present in session at Quebec. One of the principal items, says
the dispatch, is the change of dress
in the clergy of this province, and
that In large cities the Catholic
priests favored the adoption of secular dress on the streets.
The dispatch has   been   shown   to j
Roman   Catholic priests  ot  this  city,
who said that there was no truth In
the report.    Nothing ls known as yet j
as to what was going on at the meet- j
lugs   of   the   plenary   council   except 1
by those taking part and besides there
was never any question of abolishing
the  present   dress  of    the    Catholic
clergy   in  this   province.
Queen's 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
ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.    NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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      lacrosse      match,
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
STOCK  PARADE,  1:30 p.m. Thursday,  Friday and  Saturday.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
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T. J.   TRAPP,
President.
W.   H.  KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
The Daily News
Published by The Dally Xews Publisn-
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices
The Daily News I.loek, corner of Mc
Kenzie and  Trew streets.
will afford to mank thousands of visitors this week, in fact, tlie management is to be congratulated ou having |
Igot together such a display of exhibits and allractions"as will make this
B record exhibition, and it only needs
that the elements should be kindly
E. A. Paige Managing Director and propitious to secure such a satisfactory  result.
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER   13,   1909.
OUR   EXHIBITION.
HANK fcAStS MMI)
IN COUNTY G0UKT
There were one or two points i"
the brief address of Premier McBride
upon tlie occasion of his opening the
Provincial Exhibition ai Queen's
Park yesterday, which are worthy of
some notice. He expressed a simple
truth when, speaking with reference
to the very fine show of poultry
which is on view this year, he remarked that this was evidence thai
the poultry industry was taking the
position which ii sliould rightly occupy among the Important agricultural
Industries of this province. Inasmuch as British Columbia is endowed
wiih all the necessary advantages of
climate and soil that are required tor
the successful pursuit of poultry raising, there is no reason why the local
demand, al least for poultry and eggs,
should not be met and the necessity
for obtaining them from other pans
put an end to. We are glad to learn
that the Provincial Government recognizes the Importance of this industry, and that, with a view to encouraging settlers to give more attention
to It, is sending instructors through
the country. Such educational work
will be most valuable, and we hope
this may nor be a mere spasmodic
movement, or merely a lame attempt;
but that the work will be undertaken
in a determined spirit and a thorough
way. and that the instructors will be
really capable men. There is cer-
tainly need for enlightenment upon
the practical side of poultry raising
and no part of the country should be
left uncovered.
It   is  unfortunate that  the  Premier
could not give us some assurance that
ids Government is doing    something
toward the improvement of transportation facilities in the province to the
lack of which President Trapp attributed many    blank   spaces at Queen's
Park.     The honorable gentleman had
the temerity to admit that British Columbia has noi the advantages in this
respect   thai   it   requires  and offered
as a solatium  the hope that the day
would come when  we shall  have all
that we want.     We could understand
Premier McBride    claiming    that the
Governmenl  had clone Its best to improve transportation arrangements *in
the province, even though it has not
done anything;   or his  blaming    the
Federal Government or any other authority for the    presenl  state of   affairs, even thougb the blame were unjust.     But we cannoi understand his
making  what  is  virtually a lame confession of inaction and Incompetence
on the part of the Government, even
thougb   we know too well  that it  Is
actually true.
With  the  more  pleasant,  sentimental portions of the Premier's address
we are entirely in accord.    His kindly
eulogies upon the labors of President
Trapp,  Mayor   Keary  and    Mr.  G.  D.
Brymner    are    thoroughly    well    deserved.      These  and  other  members
of the executive have worked in season and out of season for years past
to place our exhibition  upon a thoroughly substantial foundation, and to
them' almost entirely   New  Westminster owes the honor and fame she enjoys as tlie home of one of the largest
and   most  comprehensive  exhibitions
of agricultural produce and live stock
in the    Dominion    of   Canada.     To
these   same   zealous   workers   we  are
Indebted  (or the  happy circumstance
that this year's show is altogether the
best and  largest   ever held in  British
Columbia.       That   which   Is   gathered
together  at   Queen's   Park     affords  a
striking  example  of    the  remarkable
yield of the fruits of the earth which
has been obtained by the industry of
the people of this province.      It also
bears witness to the fact that there
is no part of this Garden of Eden, as
President  Trapp not    inaptly characterized it, that will not yield a goodly
harvest at the will of tlie industrious
and painstaking worker; or that will
not serve to feed and rear first-class
livestock, such as may rival any that
other parts of tlie world can produce.
It   is   a   pleasing   circumstance  that
whilst this    year's    exhibition represents the high-water mark of its success, in the number and quality of its
exhibits, it also marks the fiftieth anniversary of the landing of the Royal
Engineers and the foundation of the
City of New Westminster. Tlie presence of twelve of the fourteen survivors of  these pioneers among  those
wlio    welcomed      Premier    McBride,
formed an interesting foal ure of yesterday's  ceremony.      The    exhibition
which   lias   heen   prepared  in  connection    with      this    celebration,    also
forms an entertaining portion  of the
many attractions which Queen's Park
His   Honor Judge   Howay   Disposes  of
Many Suits at the  Morning
Session.
TELEPHONE
YOUR ORDER TO
No. 580
NewUp-to-Date FisbStore
Opp. City Hall.
The following cases were dealt
with at the County coun yesterday
moi ning  hy Judge   Howay:
Kenny vs. Carleton. To stand till
next court.
Constantineau vs. Robinson, Struck
!off the list, neither side having appeared  for two courts.
Gilley vs. Broder. Settled and Withdrawn.
Thompson & Belyea vs. .1. Ker
Wilson. Trial sei ior Monday, November 1.
Shannon vs. V. V. A_ E. Trial set
for   Monday,   Nov.   8.
Nichol vs. Mercer. Judgment to
be filed.
Slafiles vs. Fader, and Fulton vs.
Fader, Trials set for Friday October 22.
Hatakeyama vs. Roebuck. Next
court.
Mcllroy vs. Oxenham. settled and
withdrawn.
Cober vs. Fisher. Struck off, no
representatives  being  present.
Martin vs. Windsor. T/ial set for
October 22,
Ant wei p. Oct. 12.���Van Orley's famous picture of "The Lasi Judgment,"
which was painted on wood in 1635,
lias been sold to some one in New
Vork. The name Of the buyer has
not   heen   made  public.
CHOICE SALMON.
FRESH   HALIBUT,
Smoked Fish
KIPPERED  HERRING.
BLOATERS   (Yarmouth   cured
FINNAN   HADDOCK,
SMOKED   SALMON,
EASTERN   SHELL    OYSTERS
CHICKENS
DRESSED  LOCAL GRAIN-FED
FRUITS
GRAPES,
BANANAS,
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
PEPPERS,
TABLE APPLES,
CHOICE     COOKING    APPLES
"GET   THE   HABIT"
An Exhibition Special
YOUR    CHOICE    OF    CHINA   IN        {^
THE  WINDOW AT HALF PRICE
TODAY  ONLY.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
I Ihe Royal Bank of Canada j
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up $ 4,700.000
Ressrve Fund      5.400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
In  and  out  of town  accounts  soli-
cited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
I
. Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
{Fraser River fish Co. ���
| S. A. RICKJHa.O. Manager |
��� PROMPT DELIVERY. ���
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc'ues for Latlh-s from $12Vj
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open  face
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,   gents'  open    case,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  hom   Ceo. Adams,   Grocir
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F   SHUTE,  Manager.
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
TINSMITHING
ALL      WORK      GUARANTEED      BY
MEKKITIIEW 8 KAVSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon j
TELEPHONE  586.
. ;	
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public'
through the columns of THE DAILY p
NEWS.    The   Morning  Paper.
WHISPERS
are abroad
Afljve^men who participate ini
Alhirtics. and those who are in-
tere&ed in the wodd o. sport;
Men oi enthusiasm in ALL affairs
of life, show their Energetic cfispo-
���"wb in die clean-cot, snappy
clothes they wear. Such men
have their Clothes "made to oider"
through the Male Attire Tailoring
Senice.
Talented Designers and Ma&r
Tailor, combine togive oar Tailoring the right Style, pexietf Fit and
Durability.
A National business of making
good clothes 'toordnr' enables ns
to quote prices tint cannot be
met    $!2to$40.
THREE-DAYS SALE
Slaughter Sale of
Crockery,   Glassware  and
Chinaware.
Having purchased C. B. Dean's stock of
Groceries and Crockery ware, I have determined to clear out the
Crockeryware at Cost
rather than move it to my store.
DON'T  MISS  THIS  OPPORTUNITY.
E- J.  FADER
I
I
Sporting Goods
DUCKS    AND     DEER.   ETC
Male Attire Limited
ACENTSi |
Acme QothingCoj
4.CHAPPELL, Manager.   |T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
THE SEASON   FOR  SHOOTING
OPENED ON  SEPTEMBER 1,
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS WE ARE CARRYING A FULL
AND COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW PRICES
i-jrcjapfrasTv.;
WEDN"DAY, 0CT0B��R
-J' W
nl
Sec the Exhibitio
AT
LEE'S
of High-Class FurnituJ
Several carloads of new and  beautiful  furnitur    i
put into stock.      A revelation in  the  furniture  business^ iUSl btt"
LINOLEUMS AND Oil CLOTHS
A  magnificent  assortment  has   just   arrived    emb H
newest artistic  and  up-to-date   designs.      Our  stock ^ I
celled   anywhere. See   it   for yourself. cannot be tt.
I   F F �� Q Furniture Empon
p*"J   *-<���   ��^l      *>J Lea'l  Block. Colum!.;. c
NEW WESTMINSTER,
onuml
ock, Columbia Street,
B.C,
Easy Terms)
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 eacl
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 audi
months.
3C acres, corner Scott and Newtoi
Roads, Surrey, convenient to trai
line, $100  per  acre;   $500 cast
$500 one year, balance 5 years
McQuarrie & Co,
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS
PRONF   STREET.
How About
Your Exhibition Suit?)
Are you Prepared Fa/
This Bin Event!
We Are
in ii position to lit :���    "'
suit, sr le tbe latest, and niai
from ihe very newest ne�� d
fabrics.     Suits   that  are '^j
ored to lit.     Tbe) will put !'M|
in a class with your well m
neatly  dressed  ruictibor.      I
secured    his s!��'t   liert''
Pardon Us
Hut one Of our n('w ties or��1
shirt would add to your dress. |
We have just received tli.- new-
est in these,
dow.
Look at our
IIN   MATS   WE   EXCEL
j. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
AUDITS  MADE, BOOKS OF ACCOUNTS OPENED ON APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT FOR THE HALL SAFE CO.
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. O. BOX 79S.
3PRING
LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
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Central Meat
Owner El_lit_ St. ��na   B�� A���*|
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TRADE   WITH   US  AND   SAVE   M OJNEY
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. WELSH. The People's Groce
Cream of Wheat, per package	
Meat of Wheat, per package	
Lake of the Woods Breakfast Food, 6-lb. sack
35c each, 3 for  _-q
Phones 193 and 443.   SappertonJPhone^.
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ESOAY. OCTOBER   13,  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK FIVE.
..DON'S
Big Dry Goods House
This store is brimming over in every department
with all the season's latest novelties.   Don't fail to
visit this store.
NEW MANTLES, prices $8.60  to  $30.00
Latest styles in TRIMMED HATS, prices $5.00 to $25.00
NEW GLOVES,  NEW NECKWEAR,   ELEGANT  FURS.
5 welcome to look or buy.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Unequal [yes
Do ymi see equally well  with   both   eyes?     If not.
both may be defective.    One  certainly  is.    Have    them
properly  examined.      We prescribe    glasses    only  when
itely necessary, ana guarantee satisfaction.     Con-
'   tion   free.
Optical  Parlor,
Koorn 13,
lon  Trust  Uhlg.
W. F. TATE,
Xew Westminster, 13. C.
What    Grade   of    Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you���and guarantee them, too. ��
JOHN B. GRAY. Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
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Electric Railway Service j
t Interurban  Line.
Cars  lor  Vancouver   and way
station,   will   run  every halt
bour from  5:60  a. m. Last
tar leaves at u p. in.
Last car leave. Vancouver at
U:30 ii.iu.
''���'r ������ 'v.. il,,. depot every
"*'������'> minutes tor both Sap-
Pfi'ton and city limits over the
city ij,,...
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and flfty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-houny between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
I British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd \
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SPORTING NEWS
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AT QUEEN'S PARK OVAL   ASH FOD DATE NEXT YEAR $2000.00
Business   Site   at   a
Snap
Both Teams Were  Ready But Visitors
Would Not Give Way on Official
���V. A. C. Withdrew.
l'he Iavosse match  called for yes-
terdaj    afternoon    at    the exhibition
grounds   between   the    Westminster
senior ppv.iii.uis and  the  V.  A. C. for
lockets put  up by    the fair manage-
,ment, did ivi  materialize, as the V.
\A   C.'s would not accept a Westminster  referee,  nor    give    the  officials
[equal powers on the lield.     They had
II. Fowler of Vancouver ready, hut as
they would noi uhe way, Capt. Gunn
ultimately   withdrew    his  team  from
He     held
The teams which would have met
������������i-:,-:
Westminster���Goal, Munn: point,
i Digbj . cover point, Patchell; defence
field, Galbralth, Gifford and Manner-
Ing; centre, Pitzgeral 1; home field,
Sangster, Nelson Kenny and Henry;
outside,  Purdy:  insidi .  Swanson.
V. A. C.���Goal, .McDonald; point, F.
.Matheson; cover point, ,1. Burnett;
defence held, McCuaig, E. Matheson
and Fraser; Centre, U. Murray; home
field, \V. Peacock. S. Gunn, Crookall;
outside, Q. Gunn;  inside, Sumners.
DETROIT  SHUTS  OUT
PITTSBURG   FOR   FIVE
11.U.K.
Detroit.   ..   .ii 2 ii :: 0 i >���5 S 1
Pittsburg  .   .0 ii 0 ii ' 'I 'I���ii -l 6
Batteries���Detroit, Mullin and Stan-
age; Pittsburg, Liefleld, Phillipe and
: Gibson.
Bennetl Park. Detroit. Oct. 12.���
Pittsburg was shut out in the fourth
game of the world's championship series today, the Tigers scoring five
times. Tiie weather was very cold
'and much fumbling was the result.
The teams are now even again.
The players will share In the receipts of one more game, and it is
certain they will bave m ire than
$65,000 io divide among them. That
will he {he largest sum ever received
by the players from a world's championship series Dividing it 00 per
cent, to the winners and 4'i to the
losers, it will give them roughly
.'about $39,000 and S.ii.i  The players on the winning team wil! receive
close to ?2iiuii. the losers will get
more than  $luuu each.
Chairman Hermann Of the National
commission, announced today thai
Manager Clarke, Leach and Camnitz
of the Pittsburg team had la-en lined
$25 each for talking back to O'Lough-
lin yesterday. 1 nese are the 6rst
fines ever assessed in a world's series
ppi  games.
THIS  YOUNG  LADY
CAN  THROW  SOME
Salmon    Bellies    Object    to     Playing
Montreals This   Fall���Vancouvers
Kick on Adamson.
At a meeting of the management of
the New Westminster lacrosse club,
held last evening, it was decided to
send a wire back to P. D. Ross, secretary of the board of trustees of the
Minto cup, explaining, in answer to
the challenge oi the Montreals for a
series of cup games this year, that
while the Salmon Bellies would have
liked io play the \\ l. {], champions
this year, they regard it as Impossl
lile owing to the lateness ol llle S'a-
BOn. The Salmon Bellies gave it lo
be understood that they accepted the
challenge with pleasure but would
rather thai lhe games look place early   next   yeai'  than   this  fall.
The dates suggested hy the Mont-
reals were October _5 and 30, and all
Westerners know that the weather at
that time would be such as to make
the holding of a successful tournament a very problematical matter. It.
is hoped that the Minto cup trustees
and the Montreals alike may see the
force of the argument and consent
to games nexl spring rather than this
fall.
Interest now centres round the
game with Vancouvei tomorrow. It
now appears that Griffiths will not
figure on the Vancouver either this
year nor next. On his arrival in
Vancouver yesterday Adamson explained to the fans who had assembled to giect him that just as he was
about to leave, Griffiths appeared and
told him that he had changed his
mind and would not leave the Tecumsehs.
So Adamson made ihe journey
alone. It is probable thai he will
play tomorrow at. outside home, although tills is by no means certain.
According to the latest advices yesterday Con. Jones was endeavoring
to.square things up with players, who
were inclined lo be sore at a Btranger
being rung in on the team just about
the time that it stands in prospect
of getting away with a large bunch of
boodle. However, it is scarcely probable that after going to all the trouble of bringing Adamson from the
east Con will allow his players to talk
him out of playing the importation.
GOOD TERMS.
LENNIE & BURR, Hamley Block, Columbia Street,
Seattle, Oct. 12.���Miss Lizzie Arnold, of Bellingham. only sixteen
years old. broke the world's record
lor long distance baseball throws by
girls and women in a decisive manner
in the baseball throwing and base-
running contests conducted by tlie
Post-Intelligencer at Dugdale's park
yesterday afternoon. Miss Arnold's
throwing was of a sensational order,
and every time she male a throw she
brought the crowd to its feel. Her
last and final throw of the afternoon
for the new world's* record was 209
feet i 1-S inches, smashing the I'nl-
versity High School championship
record, the state of Washington record and Vassar college records four
times in each o.' her throws. The
old world's record was held by Miss
Marjorie Hell of Chicago, who on May
22. 1906, while a student at a University High Schoo1, threw a regulation
size baseball 204 feet 2 inches. The
world's record throw by a man. 399
feet 10 3-4 inches. Is held by Sheldon
Lejeune. centre fielder of the Aberdeen team.
Johnson on the Floor.
San Francisco, Oct. 12.���"Gunboat"
Smith, a' seaman from one of the
I mted States cruisers anchored in
this harbor, scored a knockdown in
a four-round boul last night with
Jack Johnson, the negro heavyweight
champion. Coming out of a clinch
in the last round, the sailor swung a
right overhand chop which took Johnson Hush on the chin. The champion went down Hal on his hack, and
\-y.u-n lie recovered his feet he was so
dazed that his manager cut '.he round
short.
Form Spook Club.
London. Oct. 12.���London's latest
cluh. which is styled the International club of Physcial Research, will be
much the same as otner clubs, with
residential facilities and various
amusements, including bridge and
billiards. It will also offer members
opportunities for "the sympathetic
study of the signification of medium-
istic phenomena." Iu short, seances
will be held weekly. The only requisite for membership is international
spiritualism and proper references.
Fine quarters have been taken. Clubland has already christened the organization the Spook club.
FOOTBALL
Big Grant for Centennial.
Winnipeg, Oct. 12.���True to her
faith in tlie national importance of
Canada's exposition to be held In
1912, Winnipeg has guaranteed to
raise a mill/on dollars for the big
event.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
The  Westmlnstei'  Rovers are  negotiating  with    the    Vancouver  Celtics j
and  Shamrocks    to    take    the game
which   Westham   lsiand   has   declined
on   Friday   afternoon,   and   a   definite
answer will  be received today.      The
team  for  that  game  will   he  selected
from   Ibhotson,   Lyon.     Smith.   Shaw-,
cross.    Sawyer,      Bruce,      Cadyzlen,
Snell,  Lock." Johnson.   Mayling.  Brisbane,  Burrows,  Collier and  Coldlcutt. j
Ibboltson is a new goalkeeper, recently  from Cranbrook. while Smith and
Mayling are two new men, the former]
a   back,  the   latter  a   forward.      All
players are    requested  to be on the
ground at  2 o'clock at  Queen's park.
For the convenience of visitors to
the fair the steamer Transfer will not
leave on Wednesday, Thursday. Friday and Saturday till 5 o'clock.
The funeral of James Wesley
Storey, aged 44 years, of Hume &
Storey, Ladner, will take place tomorrow morning to Boundary Bay
cemetery. He died suddenly at his
residence, Crescent island, on Monday night. Deceased was s native of
Ontario, and a. member of King Solomon lodge, A. F. and A. M.. of this
city, under whose auspices the interment will tak���� place.
Attention is called to the ball under the auspices of the Trades and
Labor Council at the Ragles' hall tomorrow evening.
Phone 176.
ruU.fe��_
This is the House of Quality
Prices the lowest. Values the best. Business kept on principle. One price to all.
We are pleased to show you our stock, the
finest in the city.
W.  E.   TALES
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.
An Art
in which we particularly excel is the showing of
YOUNG   MEN'S  CLOTHES.
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We have always recognized 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.
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SUITS $10, $15, $20 to $35.
OVERCOATS $10, $12, $15 to $25.
REID &CCX
PROPER CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN.
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
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that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet 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.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
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PAGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. 0_TOB_
��R 13,
The man who gets his feet into a pair of our Shoes
always feels good enough about it to tell his friends,
and that's the WHY of our immense business in
MEN'S SHOES. The best makers of MEN'S SHOES
in this country made our shoes as well as shoes can
possibly be made; the leathers are all selected stock,
the lasts are right, and every detail has been well
taken care of. We're experts at fitting, and every
foot we fit wears the right kind of a shoe.
THE FALL SHOES ARE READY.   Shoes at $2.50,
$3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 are Our Leaders in Men's.
We Are Strong on Men's Working Boots.
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Twelve and 15 inch Top Prospector  Boots, per pair   . . .   .$4.50 to $6.00
MEN'S LOGGING BOOTS���The    kind the  loggers are looking for.
Prices,  per pair ��...*..- $4.00 to $6.50
SEE  OUR  WINDOWS  FOR  SPECIAL  DISPLAY.
Ladies  ask   for  "INVICTUS"   WATERPROOF    SHOES���No    more  wet
feet if you wear this make of shoe.
Special   reduced   prices  in   Ladies'Shoes for Exhibition time.      You can
save big money on your shoe bills this   week.
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EXPERT
"Sign of the Big Electric Boot."
NEW WESTMINSTER.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Charles Ketch-
um as tne owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed trom C. C. Ulsher
to Frederic W. Howay and Roble L.
Reid, bearing date the 1st day of December. A. D., 1902, of all and singular thai certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
being in the district of New Westminster, in the province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lot 13 of Block is
of Lot 201, Group 1, Murray's Adli-
tion, north half of Lot 14 of Block 13
of Lot 201, Group 1, Murray's Addition.
You nnd those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
In the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,''
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-flve
days from the late of the flrsl publication of this notice, and in default
of a caveat _ir certificate of lis pendens bi in-: filed witiiln such period
or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from selling up any claim to "i In
respect of the said land, and I shall
register Charles Ketchum as owner
thereof In fpe. And 1 hereby direct
that publication of this notice for
thirty Ir.y.s in a daily newspaper published in New Wesi minster wil] be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Datel at the Land Registry Ollice,
New Westminster, Province or British Columbia, this 28th day of September, A. D. 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Henry Young, Esq., John Uren,
Esq. 228-30
Re part fl acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1757a, issued in
the nam.* of William Oleson, has been
filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to m'e in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Offlce.     New  Westminster, B. C, August 2, 1909.
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 SAWMILLS.
BUILDING LOTS, VANCOUVER.
APPLY
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster.
ROCKEFELLER'S AGENT
CHALLENGES TO DUEL
Hamburg   Representative  of   Standard
Oil   Introduces   Original   Business
Methods.
Hamburg. Oct. 12.���The Hamburg
Fremdenblatt's long continued light
against tlie Standard Oil corporation
in Germany Jjas at last aroused .lolm
D. Rockefeller's Hamburg representative to action, but instead of accepting the Fremdenblatt's challenge to
lug it to court and compel it to prove
its assertions, Dr. Rupertis is lirst trying to intimidate the Fremdenblatt's
commercial editor, P. Hildebrandt, by
appealing to the army offlcers' courl
oi honor. When Hildebrandt refused
to submit, Ruperts sent his seconds to
the editor.
The doctor's representatives slated
to Herr Hildebrandi thai Rupertis fell
highly insulted by the editor's articles
againsl the Standard Oil and John D.
Rockefeller and thai be must fight to
ibi' death to clear Rupertis' escutch
eon of the stain of villlflcation,
Hildebrandi wanted to know whether Dr. RupertiB' employer. Mr.
Rockefeller, approved of such unchristian methods, thai of asking a
man to place his life in jeopardy,
rather than answer his accusation In
a court of law.
Dr. Ruerptis' witnesses replied that
they were not authorized to discuss
John D. Rockefeller's connection with
the challenge and that the editor must
fight to repair Dr. Ruerptis' honor in
accordance with tlie continental code.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Deaiere at'Att Kina" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
DISSOLUTION   SALE  OF
EXHIBITION  PIA..5I
Owing to change In the partners-*!
of our business, we bave decided��|
offer for sale our entire sta
lilanos comprising the very bw
nadlan. English and American ���<*\
at prices from ?200, ?--'���'. *-'���'" ;'ndAI
The prices have been cul regardleiH
of cosl. on account of the changeg|
ownership. We must have money��I
meet large payments coming due,UJ3
we must considerably reduce ounMI
comprising eighteen different nrf��
Remember you can onlv buy Uie _' J
nine lleiiiiziiiaii & Co. pla'10 wa.\
These are also .'ill to the 1'11'*
Grand pianos for $525 up. See��
before vou buy.
DYKE,  EVANS & CALLAGHAX
Exhibition building, and pit ^im
ver.
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
| Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
| Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
j, Telephone 12. New Westminster
tan.
Toronto, Oct. fi.���Lieutenant-Governor Fraser, of Halifax; Rev. Charles
Gordon, of Winnipeg and James O.
Coyne, of St. Thomas, will bo given
the degree of doctor of laws at the
convocation of Queen's university on
Wednesday.
can know of the uncleanliness here.
Physicians of the Dai-Han hospital,
which Prince Ito recently opened, are
doing tremendous work In disinfection, and are tbly assisted by medical
missionaries.
TENDERS.
THE HOME PAPER
Is   the  Paper  That  Prints  All
the     Home     News.
The    Dally    Newt
10c  a   Week.
CHOLERA   EPIDEMIC
THREATENS   SEOUL
Seoul, Oct. 10.���Cholera threatens
to become seriously epidemic here
The authorities are taking every precaution, but. Seoul is not a sanitary
city, and the disease has spread lap-
idly. The palace of the ex-eni|ierot
has been invaded and the home or ibe
resident general has not been immune. The schools are closed regu-
(arly for fumigation.
For a year the sanitary authorities
appointed by the Japanese resident,
general have been cleaning up the
city, but only those who hav,
Into the alleys and byways
of
.none
Seoul
Will be received up to noon on Saturday, October _3rd, for the excavating of a portion of Lot 2-1 In city
Block 13, on Clarkson street, and the
construction of a concrete retaining
wall in rear of same. Plans and specifications may he seen at the offlce of
the undersigned.
Lowest or any tender
Ily accepted.
MALINS. COULTHAi.D & CO. Ltd.
not necessar-
CIVIC  HOLIDAYS.
In accordance with a resolution of
the City Council, I hereby declare
Tuesday the 12th and Thursday the
14th Inst., public half-holidays fiom 1
to 5 p.m., and respectfully Invite tlie
citizens generally to so observe the
same.
W. II. KEARY,
Mayor.
City Hall, New Westminster, October 11, 1.09.
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DINNER TABLE FOR EXHIBITION   WEEK.
MOREY & CO.
ARE  MAKING A
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF DIN-
NERWARE
FOR A FEW DAYS. COME
AND SEE IT AT 665 COLUMBIA STREET.
STOCK   OF    GOODS  FOR   SALE BV
TENDER.
Tenders will be receivi '  "
dersigned al tin
House,    New  Wesi miv '<>'
o'clock    noon,   on    Wi
I twenty-seventh daj  of 0     Y ' ,,[
for the purchase of I n
D.   I"   M.   Perkii
.Mission  City,  B. C   P<
of inspecting the sto      |    <to��g
applying to A, VV. Lane, fc-sq- '"
cial ccnstable, Mission City. e���
|    Inventories of tbe stock can di ^
on    application   al mj    ��mce'. 'm_.
[Westminster, or to Mr. Lane ���'
sion City. ,,���. nee
The highesi or tun- tendei nol
essarily accepted.     Tern �����
T. J. ARMSTRONG^
Sheriff's office, New   Westminster.
October 12, 1909.
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616  Columbia   Street.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
iBank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
I ^�� S14.400.000.00
CAP,TAL \* 000,000.00
RESERVE    ���' "'" d
j   Branches  throughout  Canada *>
'Newfoundland, and in   ^^
'land. New York, Chicago and bl-
U. S. A��� and Mexico City,   a b   ^
banking   business   transact.w.
ters of Credit issued,   a vai able   ^
correspondents in    all P'ir,i'
world. nf__n_pns'!S
Savings Bank Depar men     J^
received In sums of Jl       ^ per
and Interest allowed at 3 per '
annum (present rate).        o000,0o.
Tota'  Assets over *16"-"
,jBtt. WESTMINSTER BRANCH'
G. D. BRYMNER M��naS
J' ������;*
t* : g_SD*Y
,   OCTOBER   13.  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK SEVEN.
For long-wearing, low-priced, high-
class Shoes, try
The Old Country
Boot Store
661   Columbia   Street
OUR   STOCK  AT   PRESENT   IS   REPLETE    WITH     ALL     KINDS     OF
FOOTWEAR   SUITABLE   FOR   WINTER   WEATHER   WEAR.
For heavy outdoor wear we have the Northampton English Boot at
$3.50, $4.00  and $4.50.     Warranted solid.
For those who want a lighter Boot we have the Dick Waterproof
Boot at $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50.
For a fine stylish Boot we recommend the Frank Slater Strider
Boot at $4.50.    These  are just  right for style and quality.
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL BOOTS.
We   are   particularly   strong   in this special  class of goods.
For boys we specially recommend the Dick Waterproof Boot. No
need for rubbers with these on.
Our prices, being for cash only, are in every case very low, while
the quality  is the best obtainable.
REPAIRS���Bring us your old Boots for repairing. We are having
them  done  neatly  and  promptly at      very moderate  charges.
THE OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORE
661 Columbia Street.
J. STEWART, Proprietor.
AN   UNDISPUTED   HONOR
White Swan Soap is the height of perfection���it is par excellence. Made fro.n the very purest materials and backed up by
the strongest possible guarantee. Sold by all good grocers. Save coupons for premiums. Msde by the British Columbia
Soap  Works,   Victoria   and Vancouver.      See our exhibit at the  Fair.      $100.00 in prizes given away absolutely free.
New Furniture
Business
We sell direct from the manufacturer to the public.
SAMPLE  ROOMS:
Nos. 2 and 3 Dupont Block, over "The   Fair."
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FOR  KIUST  CLASS
[ok Printing
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT. the date of the first publication here-
14-100   acres  Of   portion   of sec-lof, In a daily newspa]>er published In
DIE60LD SAFE AND LOCK GO.
the   city   of   New   Westminster,   issue
a   duplicate   of    he   said   certificate,
unless   in  the   meantime valid   objec-1
I tlon 21, block  5. north  range 6, west
|New  Westminster district.
When as proof of the loss of certl
ficate of title number B657P issued in tion be made to me in writing
TO THE the name of Island Lodge No. 24, I. O. C. S. KEITH.
ADl>r_ _v   ��m=CC        O. P., has been  filed In th's offlc-. District Registrar of Titles.
^rcrt^W   KKCSS Notice is hereby given that I shall. ILand  Registry Office,  New  Westmin
FRONT ST., WINDSOR   BLOCK,   at  the expiration of one month  from  ster, B. (.'.. September 9. 1909.
CANTON. OHIO.
I
Prices given on application for Fire.
Burglar proof and other safes; vault
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent, H. J. A. BURNETT, Accountant and auditor, P. O    Box 691
���
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Fresh this week.
AT
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
j RYALL'S
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBFA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
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Easterbrook Milling Company,
^ Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McOuarrie ___ Co FLOUR AND feed merchants.
FRONT STREET. New Westminster.
" aw
rur #___-__
Special Showing of Fine Furs
For Fair Week.
Telephone 333.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
WE HAVE. AN EXCEPTIONALLY 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 W.NDOW DISPLAY ON TUESDAY. MINK AND MARMOT, STONE
MARTEN,   BLACK   AND  GREY  ASTRACHAN.   BLACK   LYNX   AND   ISA-
BELANYF��0XF   THESE   IN   SETS   OR   SEPARATE    THROWS,     SCARFS,
TIES AND MUFFS.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
DrV Goods, Gents'furnishings, Boots and
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
H**********************************************
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101. i
645   Columbia  Street.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
OCTOBER ���
7Vy Us Once
And U Will
Call Again
"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.
PROOF
City News
THE very fact that there are
more Great   Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal lmn  Ranges
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,
Scottisn concert.     Sale of reserved
seats opens at Ryall's on Saturday.
Everything for th. garden at Tidy's
, phone 184. ������
!."iss   Lena   Duthie,  <|iieen   of   Scottish song at the Opera House, October loth.
Bob     Stevenson's     whole  stock   of
| boots amd  shoes    to    be  sold  off  in
thirty days. 21'.'-
8     Messrs.   Lawrence,   Rid,,  Richards,
{ George  and   Wilcox, of Salmon  Arm.
are in tbe city in charge of the Salmon  Arm distriel   exhibit.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kin I of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse, R208. "
Owner will sell corner    block, oiv
acre, on  Eighth avenue, $1750.      .850
cash,     balance   6,   12  and   IS   months. '
Hox 983 City.
Did you see the happy crowds leaving Fader's crockery sale yesterday?
They got bargains, that is the reason.
Open evenings.
Irish Jig competition (ladies) at
Scottish concert, October 13th
J. G. Brown will sing "John (_rum-
blie," at tlie Scottish concert
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost  while   holidaying   use
Muir's W'ilcliazel Cream
We also hava all  kinds of complexion  creams   and   skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Todd's Mandolin and Guitar Club.
Your choice, mandolin, violin or guitar    with    case,    music,    and   three
.months' Instruction free. Membership
ticket   $20.   Todd's     Music   Store,   Co- i
' lumbla street. 232
The  grouse  and  pheasant   shooting
season  commences  on    Friday,  Octo-i
ber 15, continuing until  December 16.
In Kenl district the season closes on!
November 13.
i
Hear Miss Munn sing "Lea Hig" at ,
the big Scottish concert.
E.  J.   Fader    bought     C.   8.   Deans' :
stock and is selling the crockeryware |
at cost rather than move it.   Sale will
only   last   a   few  days,  as  he  has   to
vacate the store.
Corner lot in Sapperton, containing
1 1-5 acres, $18.0; $800 cash, balance
over 3 years.      Box 922  City.
The     steamer     Greenwich,     which !
cominencd loading lumber at the Fraser   River    .Mills  on     .Monday,  is  (,x-
pected  to  be  ready    to sail  for Aus-
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
' tralinn ports by Friday.
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
What Are A
Few  hours  spent  at  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. "We provide the finest instruction in our
night classes.
WestminsterModernBusiness
School
A.   L.   BOUCK, Principal/
610 Columbia Street
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
he transacted 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, Sept. 25th,
1909.
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
! JAMES & McCLUGHAN !
I FOR REPAIRS. J
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The steamer Transfer will hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharf
for Ladner, Westham Island and 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 in tlie evening. Trips will be made to Steveston as the business warrants. **
On Thursday and Friday evenings
the cold storage and other portions
of the plant of the P. Burns Co., In
this city, will he open for inspection
by visitors.
Several complaints were heard last
evening to the effect that the lights
on tlie steps leading from Columbia
street down to the G. X. K. depot
were out, causing considerable inconvenience to passengers arriving in the
city.
The juvenile dancing competition
at the Scottish concert.
R.  Morrison,  tlie    fine    tenor, will
sing "Success Tae Bonnie Scotland.
Scottish concert, October 13.
Buy orchard lands while 'hey are
cheap and become independent. We
are th-e official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Let
us tell you about their choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite and
fruit district along the line of tha
B. C. Electric Chilliwack line aI1d V.
V. & F. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway-
This section e.xcelis in tlie production
of all fruits. Come at once whllu the
best lands are selling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense,
We can sell five, ten, fifteen and
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms. . .
J. Hart & Co., Lid.
A new real estate firm has been
added to those already doing business
in the city. The new firm is that
of Lennie and Burr, which opened
yesterday with offices In the Hamley
I block, Columbia street. Both the
'partners in the new establishment
[are  well  known  in  this city.
You   are   a   business   man   an  there- j
fore your business should he properly
taken  care of.      Leaving your  valuable papers in places where they may;
be exposed in flre or burglars is nol
good business. ,\ safely deposit hox
in our vaults costs little. It is worth
far more than the price to you in security, comfort and satisfaction. Do-1
minion Trust Co., Lid.. T. K. Pearsn;
manager   New   Westminster   branch.
Book your seats early for the Scottish concert.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Columbia St.
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters |
Manufactured by
West End Property
GOOD BUYS
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Offlcei Eighth St.
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"Exhibition Week" Showing
of Handsome Fall
Merchandise
The store joins the period of
festivities with a display that -
rivals the Exhibition itself in I
attractiveness.
This Week the Annual Provincial Agricultural and
industrial Exhibition will again throw one . |t| Y
to an admiring host. The attractions of Exhibit; S
Week while they hold the centre of the stage hav""1
strong rival in Dame Fashion. Here she has estal.
lished her court and her devotees are countless
EXHIBITION    WEEK     HAS     COME  TO    MEAN
FASHION  SHOW  IN  WHICH   HUNDREDS OF WOMEN
TAKE   PART.
For  women  who   anticipated   attending  this  contest
between   "The    Products  of   the  Field  and   Worren," we
have  prepared  a  superb  showing of Autumnal wear thingsiof 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 WEEK" MILLINERY.
A new hat win be needed to grace the "Exhibition"
week costume, and nowhere will you find such a complete
and authentic showing of ready-to-wear and trimmed millinery. Be sure and visit this superb display of enchanting
headwear.
SIMM THOUGHTS IN WEARTHINGS.
Xeed a new suit, coal or skirt? If so. the stylish
models whieli are hlosoming forth for this festival week
will iiivt  both your style and need and your purse.
COMFORTABLE UNDERWEAR AND DOSE.
Cool days of Fall betoken colder ones of winter. Prepare now for thi' future. This stock of figure conforming
underwear and new hose meets your every want and what
Is more important, it |s modestly priced.
ACCESSORIES EOR TDE "EXHIBITION
COSTUME."
A host of little things will he wanted���gloves, neckwear, belts and kindred wants. We have a host ol charm,
lng conceptions which will win you with their beauty and
low price.
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 is directed to the broad showing of smart hats at popular prices $5.00 to $12.50
Accessories for the Exhibition Costume.
Late Arrivals in fancy Stock Collars, not in the extreme Gibson shape, but rounded out to fit the
contour of the neck and chin, and higher at the back. These Collars are made and trimmed with
chiffon, silks and   ribbons;   Irish  crochet, cluny and other  heavy laces
Xew Dutch Neckwear In
five 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,
\fiy pretty and dainty effects. Prices, each only. .
 35c  to  75c
We are exclusive agents
in  this vicinity for Reynier
Cloves. Kvery pair guaranteed. Prices $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75   and   up.
.lust received by express
today very stunning suit of
grey   chevron     cloth,     seinl-
tiiting effect, pretty pocket
effects; coat 45 Inches long,
trimmed   with  Jel    buttons,
plain cuffs, skill new pleated  from  yoke.   Price $25.50
Plain tailored sull of
broadcloth, semi-fitting
black
silk-
lined, trimmed with buttons.
4". inches In length; pretty
pleated  skin  trimmed ��"j'n
tabs     and     buttons.     I''1'
.. .$37.50
Tailored  Suit  "'   P        V'
netian rlnih in the new raisin   shade,  seml-fittlng coat
45 inches long trimmed "'"''
jet   buttons and  fancj
skirt     new    pleated    e"ef
Price
.$37.50
Comfortable Underwear and Hose.
Penman's Natural Wool
Underwear, all sizes, including out Bizes; well made and
good wearing qualities.
Price $1.35 and $1.50 per
garment.
Penman's Natural Wool
Combination Suits; well
shaped and made to tit.
Price per suit   $2.75
Watson's white fine ribbed Combination Suits; all
sizes;  Suit  .. .$1.75 to $3.00
WOMEN'S   HEAVY   PLAIN
CASHMERE   HOSE
Several lines that we bave
bought especially to fill the
wants made known at the
hosiery counter by customers. Heavy weight all wool
cashmere, firm and strong;
sizes 9, 9 1-2 and 10; pet-
pair..75c, 85c, 90c and $1.00
HEAVY RIBBEPO
CASHMERE  HOSE,
very heavy and strong, two
and one ribbed, per pair...
 75c,   85c,   and   $1.00
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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