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 FIRE
IN6URANCE
WHITE. SHILES A CO.
arw WESTMINSTER, B. C.
LIFE
_
ASSURANCE
WHITE, S.iLCS & CO.
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���  E8TMIN8TER,  B.  C. TUESDAY  MORNING, OCTOBER 26   1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COI    S
JS PLEDGE
.ROM CANDIDATES
Kittens'Temperance League
Decides to Push Local Option Campaign.
MAYORALTY CONTEST
HAT BE THREE-CORNERED
Strong   Pressure   Will   Be   Brought  to
Bear on   President  of   Board of
Trade to Stand.
SPAIN DISCONTINUES
MOROCCAN WAR
JSLlSfiflnBt. Stephens
ll*"1 V   Mll_ll.    H   ���    '    '1,"r      J   tMal
B^intDO   candldata  ���    uld  be
prTa,hv   them    to c. itesl  the
Kw in the coming  civic  elec
K, JJ[ deei I advisabh   to
I*, nut I  ll   ����      '!' ,i,,l!"ly    k"OWn
Is atlsfactory, the
in the field
io
Indepen-
this
R.
iif tbey ��'-'���
���e could    I
|jeot candidate.
G. R. Small Approached,
jto chairman, G. B  Cross, in
leonnection. mei !!li"     G
1      m_ been approached by mem-
r-.s(.. .......    tivi   ol  the league,
1     s citizens   only, and    thai   Mr.
���,. , ttlng    that there
,, ...     [or a three-cornered
IS bad stated thai  il  the citizens
'ired thai 11 was in the inierest
I __��� city, ip-  '���'���   ���������'-   ''*' willing to
���(iand tor mayor.
Amotion was made to endorse the
|j_lo_ of thi v of the execu-
Iflve but this was withdrawn, on ex-
being taki ���   t" the  principle
|_ endorsi:.. . m taken by the
Cteutive as only.
yi len.   ������������ ���   '���-���������������I    Rev.   Dr.
io, r laying    it a line of action to
[e taken in thi : option fight at
; comin. ; campaign. The
fculraan .    .- that  a  house  to
(ne canvas be made in the ciiy to
ilidt ilit  votes of  the  electors  in
I local option  pli blscite.      A  writ-
I pledge   will  also    be  handed  to
���id candidate foi   the legislature to
���a, promising to support and  vote
plocal option if elected.     It would
l lie up !�� the committee, said the
Uiinnan. to nominate    their  candi-
lia'.e.   In Ihe meantime he asked the
amber? to do aa suggested  by   Dr.
Ipencer. do
(have a good man  nominated,  and
owork for votes      It was quite pos-
lAle thai an Independent man might
���live to be broughl out.
Negotiations have been In progress
during the last few days having In
jview the bringing out of another can-
Citizens' Tom- didate for mayor unpledged by past
actions of the city council, yet well
acquainted with civic affairs, and
strong pressure is being brought to
bear on John A. Lee, presideni of the
Board of Trade, to allow hig name to
go to nomination. Mr. Dee, It is said,
lias not given a definite answer, but
has been assured the support of some
of the aldermen who were known to
cherish ambitions themselves for the
chief ofiice in Lhe city.
If be enters the field bis platform
will be general civic progress, and 'tie
watei- question, and there can be no
question but that the fight would be
keen.
Nothing definite is known whether
any of the present members of the
council will seek the ofllce. Several
have expressed their intention of retiring, but such statements are not
of much value made before nomination day. The presence of labor
candidates in the field will have an
  important  effect  on  the  votes polled
Will  Hereafter Use Army
For Pacification and Not
Conquest.
CONSERVATIVES WILE        JOHN OLIVER MAY
ON COASI TOMORROW    NOMINATE THIS EVENING
���3    -
���3
'di
3
Madrid, Ocl 25.���Lieutenant-Gen-
1 - de Luque, minister of war in the
'" * Libi cabinet, ln an interview
todaj confirmed the report that the
governn ��� id decided not to push
further the Moroccan campaign.
He said 11 the Liberals had been in
powei bi fori they would haw avoided tin bio j , nsily war and thai
henceforth the object of the government would be to guarantee the safe-
Several Local Cases Before
Railway Board - May Visit
Westminster.
Little Opposition Expected to Thomas
Gifford,   Late   Member���Liberal
Meeting Tonight.
The Conservative    nominating contention for the city will be held this
evening   af     tlie    Conservative  club,
When    the   railway commissioners I when    there    Is    little    doubt    that
meet  in  Vancouver tomorrow several i Thomas G'fford, the late member, will
applications will come up from  this agatn  be reI10Ujillilt*'^    Premier Mc-
city  and  district.      An      ; them  wil.  *%*% ����**"��� M" *- �� ��
be   one   on   ihe    condition   of    Front |    Tne    Uberal    executive    will meet
Btreet,  and   particularly   the  obstruc- tlll��� evening to name a date for the I
tlon   of   the   sireet  crossings   by   the  nomination,   which   will   probably   be
various   companies  using   the   tracks.  held this week.      A Labor candidate
Tlie West minster and Surrey board wln be nominated at the meeting on
of trade are bringing the attention of Friday.    Nominating   conventions   are
commissioners    to    the lack of
RUN FOR VICTORIA
Leader of Opposition Will
Reply to Request of Capital Liberals Today.
the
;  being  held    this    week    all over the
lii-u positions  which were already oc- transportation   for   passengers
the
cupied.
of  war
From
will   be
lives on Friday, and there Is a plethora of candidates, including four of
the retiring members.
ty of Melilla by the system of fortl- f
and province. Five candidates
. how on, the minister freight on the south side of the river chosen by the Vancouver Conserva
said the work of the army 'and demanding that the V.. V. d_ B.
would be that ol pacification and not railway shall fulfil the obligations im-
of domination, and while lt would de- posed by the possession of the char-
fend these occupied position, an ef- ters of previous railways, notably
fort would be made to Induce the that of the New Westminster South-
Riffs to disarm, and ln this movement jern Railway.
the aid    of    the Sultan's    emissaries     The    dangerous    crossings  on  the
would lie enlisted. [same road will be brought to their ut
ile   Luque  stated   that   though  the tention by the local authorities.     An
Liberals  disapproved    of    ttie   recent  extensively   signed  petition   from   the
acts of  repression  at  Barcelona, Fer- residents in  the neighborhood    dealing with  tlie  North  road  crossing on
the  Port   Moody   road   will   draw   the
attention  of  the  commissioners  to  a
matter of which tbey have previously
had   cognizance.   The  petitioners   suggest  a number    of    remedies    which
Assizes Today. .they ask    the    commissioners to lm-
The fall    assizes of    the    supreme'pose,
court open today at the court house. |    Nothing  is   known    whether    they
jit is expected that Mr. Justice Clem-!will sit in this city, although invited
  ent wlll preside.    There are only five to do so, however the more probable
. i m casP8 up  for hearing,,    all    criminal [course to be adopted will be to come,
ThlStleS Take  Another TWOlcfcarges,   these  being   Rex   vg.   Milan'over here by special ear, and view the  -^yar  Q0UfJ  jg  Beginning to
According to the latest advices
from Victoria ii seems very probable
that John Oliver, leader of the opposition, and member for Delta ln the
recently dissolved house, will be one
of the candidates of the Liberal party
in the Capital at the coming elections. ,M
Will Reply Today.
It is stated that Mr. Oliver has
already been approached by the Victoria Liberals and that he has promised to announce his decision today.
No Intimation is > et given as to what
other candlr. aes the Victoria Liberals
may bring forward. The lull ticket
will be announced at a big conven-
I'on to be held on Mondav, November 1.
Rumors from the Capital are to the
ROVERS BEATEN
BY GOAL MARGIN
rer had been proved gulltj on evidence and had been legally and Judicially   condemned.
The    Republicans    won  at    yesterday's municipal election at   Madrid.
AFGHANS ARMING,
TROUBLE LHREATENS
,and  Dedul.  theft and  arson
Points-Splendid Work of-*,.n,Wre-   ^decent   assault.
walker
Home Defense. ^tpe;
Rev  vs.
Rex vs.
and Rex vs. Clark, attempted
Rex vs. Dragon, criminal as-
QUIET   THANKSGIVING   DAY.
The  Rovers   had   particularly   bard
luck   to   lose   yesterday   against   the
sible   individually 1Thlstl(.s   ln   Uu,     league     match     at
Queens   park   in   tlie   Vancouver   District   league.     The    cause   of  a  lost
game  by  two goals  to  one  was  not .
faulty play, but a succession of hard iPe0P.le   bel!1)
luck.     Both     teams   had     prominent
HT-iibers away  with the all-star  B.C
team     touring     in     California.
Thistles absentees were Forrest
situation, afterward    sitting    to
evidence on the    subject    in Vancou- j
ver.      This  was  the course  adopted j
when they were on the coast in Feb
ruary.
BIG  REALTY TRANSFER.
Harvest   Holiday   Passed   Off   Without   | r-<_ nd a 1 _   Syndicate  Reported  to  Have
Invitation to  Convention.
-Hardman extended an invitation
It those presenl   at   the   meeting  to
|tod tin  Lil invention, which
Jrtd he open t'i all. He assured
���In tbat a Btrong local option mar
|l* be repri , nting the Liberal
law ir, tin field. Several speakers
I'": ir intention of support-
The
and
had
Incident  in   Royal City.
Tbe Thanksgiving    holiday    passed
off    very  quietly  In  the    city,  many
out    shooting   in   the
woods,  and  many  good  bags  are reported    from    the    favorite    shooting
places.    Fishing also engaged a larg<
Purchased Waterfront Site.
Bombay,  Oct.  25.���Rumors  of  trouble In Afghanistan ai e responsible for
the belief ln military circles that an-
Large sales of property between Bon other frontier war ls Impending.
Accod  and    Liverpool,  on  the  south j    Th_  troub,c b BOup  .^ the
side of the river, made at the end ��/!8lgning 0_ the Anglo-Russian conven-
last week, are reported to be connect-  UoD  ,n  m~       Although    this agree-
ed with the establishment of a steel
works  site, with which the name of
Cruikshanks. while  Westmlnstei
i Robertson und Lock away.
The  Best Men.
The   Thistles   had   a   good   average
team without any men of special mer-
late who    would support'it,  but  all  working together, display-  Many
|taI option hnd for no other. ing   better    combination    than    the
i,v ":    of  tlie  meeting ! Rovers.     Their   forward   line   lacked
intend..! !;, , g h. McGee, of To- ' judgment In shooting, but the halves
R.traveling delegate of the Metb- an backs were good. C.unzeon and
I it Church Temperance and Moral | Irvine both played excellent foot-
Movemenl and who Is asso-] ball, while Mitchell, Dave Spence and
IW wii!, Rev,  Dr.  Chown  ln  this j Munro were the best of the forwards.
VY ���'���������-��� ������������I    address  on  the       lbbotson.  recently   from  Cranbrook, 1 terlan   church,   Sapperton.   last   even-
I pill Canada.     Mr. McGee is here  was tried in goal, and certainly made  lng proved a great success.      The af
cii cult,     but   having [good,   however   after   Brisbane   came   f.llr was wpll patronized, and all pres-
; back at half time when he had been lent ^ad a thoroughly enjoyable time
j kicked,     lbbotson   wms   shifted   Up  to  After   the   good   things   provided   by
outsiiie right.    Morton replaced  Bids-  the ladles had been disposed of, the
number of people, trout  being ple.iti 'j   [   Moore Co. Is connected.      The
fui after the recent  rains. 'properties together have a waterfron-
There  were tew attractions in the tttge of two and a hall miles and the
Mlss Pauline Johnston, the well
known Mohawk writer and eloc lion-
lst, will    be    beard   in the Pn    ess
Hall, Sapperton, on Thursday eve. ing'effect that an attempt is to be made
of the present week at the concert |by the government to find a place for
which is being arranged by the L;>-lK F- Green again at the coming elec-
dies' Aid of the Knox Presbyterian i tions. It is stated that it is the in-
church, in aid of ibe church. tention to run him as a candidate for
Victo.ia, and it is moreover Intimated
that if elected he will be restored to
his old position at the head of the
lands and works department.
Aid. Bishop is said to be another
probable candidate of the Victoria
Conservatives, th. common rumor In
the Capital being that Fred. Davey,
one of the members in the late house,
will retire in his favor.
Split at Esquimalt.
Much interest is being felt in ihe
Capital at the present time as to the
result of the Conservative convention
at Esquimau. This is called for
Wednesday and promises to be unusually interesting inasmuch as that
old warhorse Hon. C. E. Pooley and
H. D. Helmcken are both said to have
hankerings after it. Hon. C. E.
Pooley, against the will of a large
section of his own party, succeeded
in getting the nomination for the last
elections, at which he was defeated,
and it is the general opinion in Victoria that H. D. Helmcken would
make  the stronger candidate.
The Local Optionists ar-1; busy in
the Capital, having organled at a
meeting held last week.
Lower Over India's Northwestern Boundary.
figure paid is stated to be over a
quarter of million dollars, with more
purchases in prospect. The property
was purchased from J. B. Kennedy, J.
Crean,   G.   E.   Corbould.   A.   BJ.   Rand
city, the football match in the after
noon having but a small attendance,
and the Btreets presented but Uttle
of the holiday crowd appearance
Thanksgiving services were
held In the churches, and for these
occasions the building bad been Pi'et-:ker an(j others
ttly decorated. tendB back a
waterfront.
Thanksgiving Supper. j    T)lp j   r, Moore Co. is perhaps the
The Thanksgiving  supper  given  h*,largest     Ironworks    on     the    Pacific
ment is a practical guarantee ag; Inst
either British or Russian aggression
ln Afghanistan, the Amii has always
imagined that it. contains secret
clauses for the partition of liis country.
Safeguard   Abandoned.
This suspicion led Habibullah Khan
to abandon a safeguard on which liis
D. S. Curtis, Doctors Kenny and Wai- more experienced father insisted. The
MILLINER MURDERED
HER RIVAL IN LOVE
.the  Ladies'  Aid  of  the  Knox   Presby
|tschcd h,.r,. at ., critiCal period in
'temperance movement, will stay
Help th.. temperance cause in the
���flection.
I ELLISON TAKES
FULTON'S PORTFOLIO
I Nouncement   of    His   Appointment
W�� Made  on  Saturday  of the
Past Week.
vict
0
wtion. M  p  | ���
of
Pi Ice Elllsoi
Okanagan in tlie
accepted   the
I ��������������������� ssion io Mr.
In i ������ provln-
Co,. ,,U" on Saturday af-
a 2? "'and, and, after
the  premier,  the
led '-'"     was submit-
-ttSed hi   "������'"l:""-Uovernor.   who
��t al. when the an-
!flC.1_2!rudta"
eni    locate th
S'm j
kstsKci',.,       u,ls '""'oduced at the
,|'1 legislature.
bane at half, playing a better game
forward then ln thut position. Sawyers did some splendid work and was
the star ot the halves, though Kirby's
efforts should not be overlooked. As
Bruce has now returned Charlii was
not needed back. The two full backs
played a magnificent game, while the
chief mistake the forwards made was
lack of combination. Shawcross attempted to do too much liiniselt and j
the wing men bad just the same error of trying to do it all themselves.
Otherwise Westminster would have
won 'lie game as it was without an)
sp il dilliculty. lt is very dlBCOur-
agi , to drop a couple of points In
the vague after l uttiim Up BUch pi
splendid fight as they did. particular
ly in the first half. The referee's
decisions often caused much commet I
and certainly did nol tavoi the home
side.
Each Team  Scores.
The Thistles started well, but although having the Blope in theli favor,
ii did not take thi- Rovers long to
win their way up the field, and dining the latter part of this half
had  all  the  best   of  play.
tables were cleared, and a good programme of    vocal    and Instrumental
music and recitations was provided.
Among those who contributed were
Mlss Watson, Mrs. Rennle, Mr. and
Mlss MacDougall and Messrs. Buchanan. Ingles and Greenlees of
Westminster   Hall,   Vancouver.
Gustrow, Germany. Oct. 25.���A verdict of guilty was yesterday    handed
The   property   ex- Amir  has  not  merely  permitted  but [down in tbe case of Auguste Zobel, a
ong distance from the encouraged his subjects to arm them- Berlin milliner, charged with the mur-
selves, and    traders    In  the Persian  der last March of Frieda Barthold, a
gulf have provided the rifles.     A few I young  opera singer.    The  motive of
years  ago   the  only    men   who  bore the crime was jealously.    The accus-
anns were  the soldiers of the Amir,  ed   woman  was   sentenced   to   death.
secure | Today every Afghan who can buy or
steal  a  rifle  is armed.      The  means
of creating  trouble,    therefore,  exist.
And the  conditions also are there.
Neither  the  Amir nor his brother,
Nasrulla  Khan   is very  popular with
jlargest
[coast, and lt Is known that the com
ipany has been endeavoring to
|a site for r factory on the British Co
lumbla coast for some time.
EXPLORER EXPERIENCES
SAU W!Aiili ii IN ARCTIC
Denounces French Chivalry.
Paris. Oct. 2B.���M. Flourens. minister of foreign affairs, is circulating
an address among the Catholics,
which later will be presented to King
Alfonso, denouncing the Ferrer demonstrations ln France as an insult to
the chivalry of the French people and
the  Catholic  religion.
(Continued on  Page Seven).
STANDEN AND LAUDER
FIGHT TO A DRAW
She set forth In her testimony that a
Berlin commercial traveler had cast
he off and became engaged to Fraule-
in Barthold. Although she pleaded
guilty. Frauleln Zobel avered that she
intended only to shoot the singer in
the throat to ruin her voice, and that
lt was by accident that bullet penetrated her left eye and killed her.
DESPITE BAD WEATHER
STREET WORK ADVANCES
E.   deK.   Leffingwell   Tells   of    Riding
Out  Heavy Tempest In a  Fifteen-
Ton Yawl.
Actual   Construction   of   Hassam   Paving   Will   Commence   Within   Next
Three Weeks.
One of the fastest and most exciting boxing bouts ever seen on the
coast took place at Nortii Vancouver
last evening when Rod Standen and
Billy Lauder put up a fifteen-round
light. The going was of the liwellesl
throughout, and so evenly were the
two men matched that at the close of
the fifteenth round Referee Hewitt
was forced to call It a draw.
DEATHS RESULT FROM
PELLAGRA IN SOOTH
Unveils the  De San  Martin  Statue.
Boulogne,   Oct,  25.���An   equestrian
statue of General Jose De San Martin,   the     South     American   libera,or.
Three     Fatalities     Recorded   in   *'ew
Orleans  and  Twenty-one  Case;
Reported from Texas.
Washington, Oct. 25.���The widespread interest tn the progress of
pellagra in various pans of the coun-
Seattle, Oct 25    Ernes!  DeK, l-1''
flngwell, the Arctic explorer, who out
fitted ill  Seattle last   spring  and  sailed   |1;1[.s.mi
in the  16-ton   yawl    Argo for Point
Harrow, Intending to do geographical
Ultimately I exploration of the coast of tbe North
and was the
provincial gov-
an active irrigation
sessi,,,,
Lon?911""  B��mb   ^covered.
Sister'--        ~A     bomb
r*ig*��Y'tuae- t-��per-
S* carried ^ ��n 8U8Plc��"n  of
^"W the bomb into the edl-
on,_,ay ln u^" church"of The
<pi.to7.3an      ���-������       The  sacrls-
.lohnson headed the ball In. from Bris- American continent as tar east as the
bane's shot and this represented the mouth of the Mackenzie river, has
onlv home score in the first half. At [heen heard from. He wrote from
the' opposite end Butchart essayed a | Point Barrow tinder date of Septem-
fine shot, while Shawcross and Cayd- be .:
fica
%i. B
zlen only failed to score by Inches.
Brisbane had a bad kick on the ahiB
and had to retire, coming on after
the Interval. Butchart equalised for
the Thistles.
Scotsmen Win  Out.
The opening exchanges of the second   favored   the   Rovers,   but   Irvine
(Continued on Page 'nT*>
We got here about August 12 With
the flrst boat, but the whaling steam-
C. N- Hassam. of the Hassam Paving company and brother of W. E
the Inventor ol the HaBsam
paving, who has been representing thi
company In the city, yesterday stated
to the News that it was expected that
work would be commenced on the
actual paving construction in about
three weeks, by which time the sewer
laying wlll be completed
Mr. Hassam, the work so far has pro
grossed   very   satisfactorily,    and  no
oilers Explode
in Milwaukee Brewery
Mil*
iiiii,..,.
injury
time, out of our course.
"The Argo rode out the gales Beautifully. When we were near shore 1
was very nervous for fear we should
'" -��� '�����"����"��������� - ����������� * ^rsiaffs^^^irs
street upon 'riding out a gale In a lagoon here we
,uilding.      An bent the shaft of the patent anchor so
er Karluk got eastward ahead of us - IdlfflOUltieB have been encountered ex
We had to use so much fuel In crosa-1cppt (hp unexpected finding of severing the Pacific that r�� were forced to |al ,ar_p logB ln the excaVatlons. An
economize ln the Ice. .vliere we need-1attempt was made yesterday to em-
It most- We had a month of ""'ploy a heavy plough to bleak the sur-
worst kind of weather on the Pacific face for thp excavating. The plough
'when we were either double-reefed I g ttttachea- t0 t]le company's tenor hove to most of the time. Twice . n Bteam roi|er and ripped up the
'we had the sea anchor out, with threeL^j, Burface ln flne 8tiape untn a
oil bags drifting at the rate of tour bQ,t broke, Thl8 BCheme has been
miles an hour. Luckily we had sea used w,th BUCceBg elsewhere and now
room, for we went a hundred miles that thp rol)er hafl been overhauled
one time and   fifty   miles the second
01 .t.
*-yr
fi^"L.yiM ,uis m��r""- '���'���""it
^n.v's'tl'r      Ule Pah9t '"',,win��
1 "ti" employee, the
SJ**"��n, and property
��'* ���f , '���"' ed a, $260,000. The
"gained ' "'-*"" "a
iC^Nob
is not  been
In
^YIY'Y^
reduced    the power
"on of Y'u, ",'i,,lohr,s anu shook a
ne c">' within a radius
One
as blown across the
Ing many windows
ers i
the  .oof  of  a nearby
It will be used here. As soon as the
sewer work is finished cribbing and
sidewalk laying will be commenced
near the CP.R. depot and one side of
the street will be laid with both sidewalks and street paving so as to reduce interference with the traffic to
a minimum.
Work on the retaining wall Is P<"o-
The kedge anchor | jessing rapidly, and preparations are
elevator sixty feet high I imi m       but one    of the flukes ;���el       made to extend the work fur.
wide  south  of   the  powi   P'���"" t       d then we had to run under-
jarred three feet off its toun    n" -     , '' ��� . d tbe day UP-
One  of    the  injured    dei1;��  <��       , ,!      \Ve put her nose on the beach
bursting of    au  18-inch    su.��i  P'J    , ���       ^ ,ine8 and .deadmen.. and
STtfftSS-'- ������'��� 8afe from betng blown out
bouse-.
the    powei
I sea.
ther along the steet. For this purpose the sidewalk from the Bank of
Montreal crossing to the city market
is being torn up and a quantity of
rock for the foundation is being deposited for use.
who died hercAugusi 17. I860, was try, especially in the South, bus led
unveiled todaj with Imposing cere- Surgeon-General Wyman, of the pub-
nmnles. lii-  health  and  marine    hospital  ser
vice, to give the subject prominence
in the weekly health reports of the
service. The latest report deals entirely with the extent to whlcb the
disease  prevails in  the Smith.
New Orleans reports two deaths
from pellagra for July and one death
ssibiUtv of |for August. Two cases are reported
from Camden, S. C, for the week ending October 9. Up to September,
twenty-one cases ?re reported from
Texas.
Cohoes Still  Running.
Some   four   or   five   canneries     are
still in operation on the river, among
j which   are   the   St.   Mungo.     Gulf   of
[Georgia,     Great    West   and    Todd's.
j These are packing cohoes, which an
running steadily, with a pos
a large run later In the season.    The
Considering the wet weather, stated I flBh nre |arge and ln flr8t-class con
dltlon, and fetch fifteen cents. The
St. Mungo expect to fill all their
cans this season before closing down,
making a pack of 32,000 for this cannery. Very few steelheads are being caught.
The monthly meeting of the Westminster board of trade wlll be held
on  Thursday  evening.
Ingenious Incendiary
Took Samson as Model
Liverpool, Oct. 25.���A startling dis- bricks at the bottom of one of the
covery made by the Liverpool police walls of the building hda been remov-
, -, Yu ,- .ui i *i . �������� hnvp ed. and ln the hole was found a cat
leads them  to think  that cats ha\e ^  ^  exhaUBted  condltion.    To  the
bene used to cause the series of cot- cot-s tail was attached a string to
ton warehouse fires which have re- which chare.rd pieces of paper raid
cently occurred ln the city, and in 0ther inflammable material were still
connection with which a reward of adhering. The circumstance pointed
��500 has been offered for informa-|t0 the cat, with its tail ablaze, having
tlon leading to an arrest and convic-,5en put maliciously into the ware-
tlon. ihouse.
The last flre of the series broke | jf the other warehouses were nred
out on a Sunday eight In a warehouse ln tne same manner, it can only be
ln Luton street, but was overcome be- [assumed that the animals must bav��
fore seriousi damage was done. It was perished ln the flames, as no trace
later   discovered  that  some    of  the 0f them was found. ^_
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
T^��OAY, OCT0_,R 26
vertisements
WANTED.
FOR   SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC.
If a man had geld dollars to sell a    fifty cents and did not let the pe��Ple know anything about it, he would not sell any-      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purcha
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thing of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a  long time   in   business  everyone  mus' of n cr-.
wares.       Use  the   advertising   colu.nns of The  Daily News and  keep abreast  of the times.
rom   /ou, ana   tome-
all   about us  and  our
WANTED���POSITION, BV YOUTH
16 years old, handy with horses and
can Berve behind grocery counter.
Apply V.. this ollice. 2-15-3
WANTED���TWO OH 3 YOUNG MEN
in occupy two nice bedrooms: all
home    comforts.      Address    H.  K-,
News Office.
US
WANTED���380 CEDAR PILES. POR
particulars apply to W. W. Forrester, c intractor, 517 St. George St.
WANTED���SOUTH AFRICAN WAR-
rants. Highest cash pric-;- paid.
General Securities Co., Ltd., 321
Homer street, Vancouver. 240-6
DRY GOODS���YOL'NG MAN. AGED
24, wants position: eight years' experience; show card writer; good
references. Apply Box D, G-, News
office. 240-6
WANTED���GOOD LOT IN WEST-
minster; can pay $75 to $100 cash,
balance $75 quarterly. Give particular to 11, Drawer 835, Vancouver.
WANTED���YOUTH ABOUT Sixteen years to learn dr. goods business. Apply at once. W. S. Collister Co. 232 tf
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOB
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this offlce.
LOST���ON COLUMBIA STREET, A
lady's fur. Finder please return
to tliis olfice.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO
in line condition, well known make,
bargain; easy terms. Apply H,
Dally News Offlce.
R.  T. PRINCE,    AUDITOR AND AC- fOR  THE   BUST   VALUE   IN   GRO-
countant.      Audits made.    Systems cerles, phone 3S6.     The Pure Food
organized.    Agent for the Hall Safe Supply Grocery, P. O. Box Sli.
Co.     Room   9,   Westminster     Trust 	
block.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, \v. i:.
Martin, Mus. Bac., city. A line
will bring iiiin.
SECONDHAND   STORE,
P.  O.   Box  795. -
FOR SALE���CHEAP, RETORT JEW-
ell heater, goH as new; suitable
for large room or hall. For wood
or coal.      Box IH, D;iily News.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES   _:  CO.
Real  Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm  and  suourban  property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. �� CO., LTD., REAL E3-
tate and insurance. Phono 335. 1S6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All  work  guaranteed.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. A. STANDISH, AN EXPER-
l<mced and first-class dressmaker,
bas opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14, Smith block, 625 Columbia street,    A trial requested.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   X   DRAPER,   B.  C.   LAND  BUR-
- tyeypir.      ELard  block,  New    Westminster.  B.  C.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  plio_��  J34.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 40S. P. O. Box 874.
Real estat# and Insurance. Money
to   loan.   744   Columbia Btreet.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place where the
dirt and dust ls removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goodd called
for and delivered.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING  UP    250    FOR    HACKS  ANU i
smart   turnout.    The  Fashion   Sta- I
1    hies,	
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey'i
Statlonery Store, J. g. Gamon's "cigar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug Btor,
and "Th,. Fair.'' Columbia Btreet.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���LARGE DOUBLE BED-
room,   suitable  for  two  gentlemen;
reasonable terms. 828 Royal ave.
246-12
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance, real ��state,_tc, U located for
tbe present at the offlce of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Whsiaor Hotel
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers In electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone S31, P. O. Box 928.
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY    TO    LOAN���1    AM    PRE
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A. D,
Buchanan, P. O.   New Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITE8IDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS
t-ers and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. N-w
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, u.
L.  Edmonds.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of uiounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street,  New  Westminster.
TO RENT���LARGE BEDROOM.    AP-
ply 713 Trew street. 241-6
TO   RENT���STABLE.     APPLY   321
Third   avenue. 243-3
ARCHITECT*.
W.   I)   GOODFBLLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery Block.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRLi'l
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.
opp. Windsor Hotel.
NURSERY.
JTI1E FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
g. iwn fruit trees phone 445.
Ltd.
bomp
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITBCT-
Gulchon Bleck.    Telephone 338.
A E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes anil McKenzie s'.reets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
HUDSON. WALL PAPER. ROOM
Mouldings, Burlap", and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New Westminster.
WADE. WHEALLER ft McQUARRIK
IK. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
(',. .McQuarrie). Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street. opi>os1te
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143, Vancouver offices,
Rooms 2D and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville stret, corner or
Hastings street.
BUY   am,
and all  ki_d_
I
a good,;" -;,:; "A
office. Dear lrara|
'
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEVV RITINol
FREEMAN     BUNTIXl
Gulchon bloi .      . r
:   i
CUSTOM      STI phi     VND|
Typewriting;  <��� -   .           f
letters,    etc.     Pi
lumbla street.     P], ..  e,_
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL  THEATRE,   I ! ai
: i     street.                    _,. . jf
pictures;  lllustrati         . ..|
ous attractions.     Pn rrt:..
Monday, Wedni ��� ...   as
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block. Columbia and McKen_ e Sts.. New
V estminster, B. C.
THE EDISON THI  i
Columbia  and  Eigl  :.      | ,
moving plctur itra .J
Program changed v. v-        : i]
day and Friday.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midgut loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 14'_ Old
Dally  News  Block.  Sixth street.
TAILORS.
CALVIN.  LADIES'  AND  M       - TAI
luring.      A  new ,|
ing just in.     Buti       ask   .    rei
ing and repairing.     Rmi      .-���.-_|
block.    Entram ��� - Celu    la stj
and 2C4 Clarkson st     I
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT __ CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for .4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fwh, lioiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or nilik.
WOODWORKING.
WKSTMINSTLR       V v'.V
Co.,  bank, office ai I the- I tl ng_;|
cabinet,  stair, .,* ell
and detail work.     leslgss -i-J
mates  furnished.
prietor.      Work-:
and car line.     i'
473.
J.   Brool       pro
���     .-; - '.'I
GRANI LICENSES
TO GAMBLERS
Franco  Hits Upon a  New
Method of  Raising: Rev-
ABDUL HAMID
TRIED TO ESCAPE
Deposed   Sultan   of   Turkey   Hit  on   a
Clever Scheme���Donned   Workman's Clothes.
enue.
Paris, Oct. 26.���An attempt is being made in France to regularize
gambling while having regard for the
interests of public morality and those
of the Treasury. An lnfluentially
backed bill is before the French
ciiamtr.r which seeks to Introduce
personal gambling Llceses at a cost
of not less than $lu each. Deputy
Leon  Berthet fathers the project.
His bill has arisen out of the Finance Minister's recent proposal to
levy a 'ax on all sons of gambling
and out of the fear expressed by Paul
Doumer that a tas on gambling might
lead ii, a great Increase in the number ol gaming establishment. At
present everybody who plays baccarat
roulette or trente al quarante does so
freely In the few establishments of
the kind existing, but under M.
Berthet's system no one would be abb;
to approach the card tables unless he
exhibited his license.
The bill makes all games of hazard
a State monopoly. No more than
one gaming establishment may exist
in any one commune, nor shall they
exoeed twenty-five In the whole of
France. No person is to be admitted to gaming rooms unless he be of
age and provided with a license to
play,
Of the proceeds of the proposed
new State monopoly 10 per cent is to
be deducted for the benefit of the
commune in which the gaming establishment is situated and another 10
per cenl for the general improvement
of French health resorts. Half the
balance is to go to the State Old
Age Pension Fund for Workmen and
the other half is to be applied to the
reduction of the taxation on unimproved land.
London,     Oct.   25.���The     Belgrade
corespondent   of   the   Telegraph   says
I that Abdul Hamid, the deposed Sultan  of  Turkey,   attempted  to  escape
j from his villa prison at Salonika. He
had a workman bought to do certain
repairs. He professed to be annoyed
nl tlie man's dirty appearance and
ordered him to take a bath before he
did the work. While the man was |
bathing his clothes were taken to Abdul Hamid, who donned them and passed from the garden into the street.
There he  was  recognised by one of
(his guards and taken back. Tbe workman has iieen arrested as an accomplice of the ex-Sultan.
land, and with the advent of the B,
|C. E. R. will at once become an attractive residential suburb lo New
Westminster, tlie climate being perfect, and tills town being within a fifteen-minute run on the B. C E. R.
New settlers are beginning to arrive
in advance of the rail, the new agricultural hall i.s now being built ad-
Joining Mr. G. Flux's new store. This
shows that the people are alive to the
times, as It is being built by public
subscription and free labor. Church
services will also be held in the hall
as soon as completed every Sunday.
Shooters please note.
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^        .
StrawDerry  Hill   Notes.
(Contributed.)
The district    ls fast    becoming the
seat  of a large manufacturing centre
it  having no fewer  than  three mills
within a short distance of each other,
'   '������������     saw   snd    planing  mills,
11
The New Block.
Tbe carpenters working on the
Dean block are now laying the second floor, and the third floor is being
laid on the Begbie block In which will
be located the new Guichon hotel. Thi
work has been hampered considerably
by the wet weather.
~A
tWO    being
iwo neing saw snd planing mill;
and one shingle mill, all running fu..
time. The lumbering industry is
also booming, F. Klein's camp and
Ross' camp running full time. Real
estate men are beginning to dlscov
fl.i Aln,.,^4 .....,, ���t.. ..      _       I..,.
cu   n.1 e    ,,, f;i, 111111 -    i.    uiDnjvn
this    district    contains a large
quantity of   good    farming and fruit
that
Re part fl acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, Naw
Westminster district.
Whereas  proof of the loss of certl-
ficato of title number 1757a, issued In i
the nam. of William Oleson, has bvon j
flled In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall. |
at the expiration of one moni.ii from
the date of the first publication h-.-re-
of ln a daily newspaper published ji
thr. City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in tbo meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New West-
nlnster, B. C, August 2   1909.
MEXICAN REFUGEE
WILL   BE  RELEASED
Los Angeles, Oct. 25.���The $3,000
necessary to secure the release on
bail of Gutierrez De Lara lias almost
been raised, and it is probable that
he will  be set free tomorrow.
A. C. Ridgway, the government immigration inspector here, denied a
statement printed this morning that
Do Lara was being held at the request of the Mexican government.
Mexico has nothing to do with It,"
said  Mr.  Ridgway.
De Lara, in a statement issued from
the county jail tonight, again asserted his Innocence of the charge of being an alien anarchist, and declared
thai his conviction would be obtained I
only on perjured testimony. j
WE SELL
The Sunshine Furnace.
WE DO
all kinds of Tinsmithing.
WE REPAIR HEATERS
AND
WE SELL THE KOOTENAY
RANGE.
are wearing our
Ready-to- Wear
Tailored Suits.
Why?
They are better ��� better
style, better materials, and
less money. You have here a
selection to pick from impossible in any "made-to-order''
store, and you can get it right
away.
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KIRK'S HARDWARE,NewWe.t
minster, B. C.
Twentieth Century Suits, $20 to $30.
We are the sole agents for this celebrated brand.
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Phillips, Wardrobe Clothier ' fi
OCTOBER ��, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.     ^
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on Tuesday, October 26th, and will reach $1.00 per share in a short time. The
principal part of our REFINERY MACHINERY is already manufactured as per
our order for same.   The most attractive investment on the market today.
jp
OIL
to supply our refinery.   Nothing else has made money as fast as good oil stock.
Shares 15c cash, par value $1.00, Fully Paid and Non-assessable.
0
B. C. REPRESENTATIVES:
AULD, GWIN & McCLARTY
614 Hastings Street W. Phone 4327
SEATTLE OFFICE:
330-331 PIONEER BUILDING
Phone Main 5865.
DIAMONDS
lie have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CHArVlBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
New Furniture
Business
We soil direct from the manufacturer to the public.
SAMPLE  ROOMS:
Nos. 2 and 3 Dupont Block, over "Tbe   Fair."
S. DENNY, Columbia Street, New Westminster
RUSSIA;- RULER IS
was met   by King   Victor Emmanuel,
.Premier    Giollttl,    Foreign    Minister
jTiUoiii, .Mayor N'atlial of Rome, mem-
WAttMLY WELCOMEDb^' "^ "court'Btafl offlcers aml
government dignitaries.
People of  Italy Are Glad to Have the , RAPPROCHEMENT   MAY
Czar of All the Rutsias in Their
Midst.
Racconigl, Italy, Oct.
emperor of all the Russlas, made a
triumphal entry Into Italy. Whatever may have stirred beneath the
surface, the outward manifestation
was a cordial aud popular welcome
to the head of a friendly state.
Threatened     demonstrations     had
been   sternly     suppressed,  but  Satur
RESULT FROM MEETING
6,���Nicholas,   Japanese   and    Russian   Ambassadors
Will  Attempt  Settlement of  Railway  Question.
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Electric Railway Service
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Lowney's Chocolates  j
Fresh this week. !
St. Petersburg,   Oct.    .5.���Russian
aud foreign diplomatic circles ascribe
been Bternly    suppresses bui _-v-.-, great   Importance  to the feting at
f ,������"".:. szTrvafe__ B__r_'_ffisss
ss _==> 3S__- ������ jxssrzsttSSJZ'ffS.
''"I'-'    , ���,i. dawn the Bcene In this that he was competenl to discuss only
, v'w   ���    , .,-?tTas crowdscattered financial and technical subjects, these
���,,,,'-,est-It mewures to covering the status ol the  Manchur-
1,1 ""' s    :T,-    iLi d   i   11,.police ian railroads, which Have proved such
YTinm.an    i-i no. . rve to dampen a financial incbus.     Russian .tat*
,, ihe   noDulace.     The'men  iiie    seriously    considering the
hob   ei     wL icon   ���    win,  Bags sale of the Russian railroad Interests
d lun  ,.g   while the householders in thai territory.     The Japanese.pro-
,,_ ,-'���,,t to the Palace had posul to purchase the portion of the
"'.'-cad J^^ toVSK- and fallroad remaining in Russia's bands
�� rt iheir windows with brocades might be entertained by Russia ow-
Sdbr��t-olorS .��?eamer..    Trlum-ling    to    International  complications.
Interurban Lin*.
Cars for Vancouver and way
station* will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. in. Last
car leaves at 11 p. tn,
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
ofllce 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 paat and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at G: 30
a. in.
Sunday service half-houny between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
I   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
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RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND  |
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plial arches stretched across the path
traversed by the emperor.
The mayor posted a manifesto exhorting the citizens to give the em-
peroi    a    greeting    that would .ho"
but, alt bough it is understood that the
Japanese ure ready to make tangible
offers t. Russia, the government Is
disposed to look wit.i favor on the
proposition  of  the  sale  of  the   Man-
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WE ARE READY TO SHOW
yon how It ls cheaper to buy our
hlgh-claM building materials
than it Is to purchase tlie P001"
er kind. Wa can po'"1 l0
buildings buUt with our mate-
rials that never need repairs.
We can point to WO* ottH'r9
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of ouT
materials. See where real
chrapt
vlT    a   5_H^* _?*__. Boat eventIShurlan    lines   either    to   China, fl
""f TZ ._��____. gra_t_�� for the 'nanced by an International syndicate
bd t^ RussS .-for*   gave  a,  the or to such a syndicate direct,
time  of  the  earthquake In  Southern' -
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-_^K I Va        cheapness lies?
___'LLEY BROS., Ltd."!!
Is  High-class  Attraction.
An attraction, which considered
from every standpoint ranks among
the best now    being    offered to the
1 From the moment the imperial party entered Italy through the famous
Mont Cenls tunnel at Modune until If
reached  the  royal   caatle  It   was  at- _uo  __���_ _������     __..._    ~ - ���  ---
_��__��- by an extraordinary military American public, wlll appear in this
Luard Not an Inch of the tunnel but city on Thursday, ln the shape of the
was examined, and lt was lined with CHmaX. Although the cast of this
r,i_i��-V who could almost touch I production contains only four per-
soldiers    wuo .^  ^ ^^ ^ M  flniBhed BC.
The trooos prevented crowds from tor., and the vehicle in which they
thp viilaees that lined the route from are appearing Is worthy of their art.
iDproaching the railroad. This re- The play is based on Incidents of constriction however, served only to [temporary life, and tells a thrilling
stimulate the curiosity of the people.
who gathered at the rear of the soldiers climbed Into tree tops or upon
tbe Cliff, wherever a view of the pass-
in- train was to be held, and, as the
; In* n passed, waved their hats and
handkerchiefs,    shouting      Long live
i Russia!" and    "Long   live    the
and compelling story.     In all senses
lt Is a play distinctly worth while.
RAC��
em-
HORSE AND TRAINER
MEET DEATH IN FLAMES
peror.
Ogd-nsb'irg,   N.Y.,    Oct.   25.���Goes
EiiOt,  a race horse, and John Flynn,
'_. ""  -  ti,���.  hounuets of flowers his faltlii'ul trainer,'69 years old, were
^Thfheadrof Bolder, ani against burned to death when Flynn'. racing
over.   .��� ���J.w!rt M8t ! stahle.  at  Prescott,  Ont.,  were    de-
l*VS   ���tlSlSTSJE"* Nicholas stroyed by fire today.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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PAGB FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
 T'JESDAY, OCTOBER 26| ,(
and necessary purpose lt seems to us j ����������������������������������������������������������+����������
I HC     -/dliy     I.vn3 that the provincial government might j
Published by The Dally News Publlan-  properly  lend  a helping  hand.    Tbe I
lng Company, Limited, at their offices   preservation of life and the mainten-,
The Daily News Block, corner of Mc-  ance of the vitality of the people is |
Kenzie and Trew streets. (jf   real   importance  to   the   province.,;
,������ ������,^  and upon this ground alone the gov- i ���
| Fraser River
FRONT  STREET
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J is the place to buy or sell  new and
���  second-hand goods of any kind.    We
| have nearly
E. A. Paige Managing Director
ernment sliould be as ready to assist
the work at Tramiullle as they are to
furnish a subsidy for a new railway.
AN   HONEST  TESTIMONY.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER  26,  1909.
It is pleasing to see the hearty appreciation of Will Crooks, one of the  J
AN   ENLIGHTENED   POLICY
sanest of Labor Members in the British  House of Commons, to the emin-
  'ent  qualities   of  Sir  Wilfrid   Laurier.
I
The  Liberal   party  will   invite    the-The   representative  of  the    populous
confidence and support of the electors Industrial  borough of Woolwich  tells
of the Province upon a definite tim- us  that  he left his  hour's  interview
bei   administration   policy.     It   is   a  with   the   Premier   "feeling   a   better j
policy   conceived   upon     broad     and  man."  and  with  the  Impression  that j
equitable lines.    Whilst it  is design-,"Sir   Wilfrid   ls  fully   und   earnestly
ed to serve as a means of conserving alive  to  all   the  difficulties  which  a
the timber  wealth  of  British  Colum- statesman has to face day by day in
bia, and tl��o rights of the people there, the government of a great dominion
in, it is also directed towards the In- that is also part of a great  empire.",
dtistrlal and agricultural development  This Is an  honest  testimony, plainly i
of the country.    The main purpose of  spoken,  to the  sterling worth   of one i
the Liberal party is to put an end to who   has  always  devoted  his   efforts;
the   very   mischievous   system   which  towards the welfare of the true work-
has been pursued by the late govern- er.    How  much  Canada owes  to Sir |
ment   in   regard   to   timber     licenses.  Wilfrid   for   his   persistent   labors   In j
Whilst  full   recognition  of  tlie  equit-the   interests   of   those   who   live   by
able right of every license holder will  the sweat of their brow It is difficult i
be made, it is intended to renew these to say at  this moment.    But _o one
only from year to year, upon certain , who     conscienclously     reviews     tlie
conditions.   These conditions are four work of the administration of which
in number and provide,  that  rentals he  ls  the  revered head  can fail    to
and royalties may be fixed from time j recognise  the  beneficial   results  that
to  time,   that  the  ltcensi-s  shall    be  have   attended   the  legislation   which
held subj-Ct to regulations in regard lt   has   placd  upon   the  statute  book
to cutting and preservation of the tim-,of Canada,
ber to  be  promulgated   by   Order-in-
Councll from time to time;  that agricultural   hinds   required     for     settlement   may   be   withdrawn   from   the
operation of licenses by an    Order-in-
Council,  reasonable  notice  being given to the licensee to remove bis timber;  and finally, that  for the cutting
and  remo"al  of  timber  the  rate    of
wages   for   white   workmen  shall  be
paid.
Such a policy, whilst putting a
check upon the wasteful system that
has   hitherto  been  pursued,   will  not
fish Company | ioo dozen jelly jars
* which we ar,. offering for 40c per do..
Telephone 580.        ��� T1,p-V A" n_w'       ,   .,   ��
1 ���     We also have a splendid large case
��� Opp. City HaU ||��QVer FlftyStnfled Birds and
Animals
FRESH COD,
FRESH SALMON,
FRESH HALIBUT,
FRESH HERRING,
Smoked Fish
Try some of these for breakfast:
FINNAN   HADDOCK,
KIPPERED   HERRING,
BLOATERS   (Yarmouth   cured)
CHICKENS
DRESSED LOCAL GRAIN-FED
EASTERN SHELL OYSTERS.
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i  for sale at a bargain.
:
We can't  begin  to tell  you all  we
have, bin  no matter what you  want.
�� Icome here first.
I Alex. Speck
t SECOND - HAND   STORE.
I j Columbia  St.      "Man on the Wheel."
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SALE of c?steEtcL:^��
LEE'S
A great opportunity for obtaining
bargains. Look in and see what
we have got.   This is your chant.e
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All   kinds   of  Fresh   Vegetables.
Call   and see our selection of
PRIZE   VEGETABLES.
Preserving Pears
We   have    lots  of    them   and
they are first-class.
PROMPT DELIVERY.
S. A. RICHMOND, Manager
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had to agree to, and which were mostly ln favor of the railway company.
Many or the roads had widely different conditions and the result was that
when goods were transferred from
one road to another In shipment there
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ was  endless  confusion  and  consld.r-
���,     , , ,   ,       ������,, I able loss ln manv instances.
The following are requested  to roll       Thfl   new   m  >     . ^ u       th(,
their games in the Individual series commlBBion hag ordpri>d , ab8olutely
not later than Wednesday eventag, ^ same for every railroad in Can-
and the finals will be played on _ri- adj. The railroads ftre forbldden by
day���Savage,  Morris and  Carty i
ADDITIONAL   SPORTS.
BOWLING
o  have your order for
Private Greeting
Christmas Cards
here on time you should place
your orders early.
Nothing so nice as "For the
Empire Series," characteristic
of Canada and British Columbia.
Come in and see the samples
at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
New goods coming tvery day.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME.
I
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
*������   *"-   --���      *** Le-s's  Block, Columhi_ *,������_
XEW WESTMINSTER,     |
Columbia  Street
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Tomorrow evening a team wl
go
iada.  __^_
law to make any changes ln the con-1    Take noiice that an application has
,. "..,JLn, 'ZAu\\A^��JZa Iditlons, and in cases of anv dispute been made to register Thomas Knight
_? VS���    wi���.��� ,rp8 3      ,hp matter can bp r^rrpd to the com- Jr., as the owner in fee simple, ander
endanger the valuable public revenue  smlth^d Carver wennst,     ,���,������  and  c08t,    ,ega]  proceeding9 ;a   tax   sale   deed   from    Inspector  of
7 \       ,; .     t,,or���,M ''ncl .Varver' .      .,. avoided. | Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., hearing
derived   from  timber  licenses  in  the      The  Southpaw,   have  handed  In  a      Thp   bm   (fl ^  both   ^ |date tho m day of s���ptomt),r   AU���
province.    Hut   the licensees will nojcbalenge to    bowl    the    Royal City I pIa|n white and ,��� coIorg    Many Bhip- J1907, of all and singular that certain
longei  have the matter so entirely in j A11'j8 t',*iul- .ments  are  made  to  the  order    of a  parcel or tract of land and premises   i
their own  bands as they have done. JJag a  meeUng of all %oJiepBfo.   bankvetc-. and ln order that theagent  situate   lying  and   being  in  the  W_-j
, , ,''u'ln>- �� meeiiuK oi mi uowi-_b "" m know at a glance that consign- tret of New Westminster, n the
in the interests of the settler and for October 31, ��n Important business W ^ * * DegSered exwpt ^ Province of British Columbia, more
the purpose of f��eveloplng the agrl- Ibe first round of the B. C._ie.e- the order of thp bank| i( lfl provjded particularly known and described as
cultural resources of the province, lt|���.llc Ieaf?* TJ���, 6efn on. F�����J that the bill used in such cases shall1 Lot 9, Block 10. of part of Lot 29A,
1.  esse. Ual    that    the    government totaUB wanted ^D(J ibe the colored one, the colors being :Group !
,     ,,  . ,      ,     ,..������,.       ���  ... u' I blue and  yellow.    In cases when con- \    ^ou and those claiming through or
should have power  to  remove 0.   re-1  ,  ;fi|gnment  can   be  delivered   direct   to   under   you   and   all   person,   claiming
Berg Wins From Cannon. the consignee, the plain white bill ls any interest ln the said land  by  vir-
In   the    wrestling    match   held   In !used-    The  new  bill  Is  made out  In1 tue of any unregistered    instrument,.
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months.
This is good residential property
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.	
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
quire the removal of all merchantable
timber on  lands comprised   within a
district   which   it   considers   suitable I Vancouver
for   agricultural) development.     Such | won  from
a condition would also be of material
falls.
value   as   a   preventive   of   combines.  Ifl't^AAT ���.��"���* f_e nr8t fH.H ln
-'' minuter       The Pacific coast chain-
as the government could at any time  pion tnen woke ���p and wpnt Rt Can_
throw   a    considerable    quantity    of | non   like   a   bull,   getting  thp   second
on  Saturday    night Berg : triplicate,   one   for   the   railway  com- and all persona claiming any Interest
Cannon ln  two    straight [ Pan>*. one for the consignee and one in  the  said  land   by  descent,   whose
The bout    opened    badly for!.to be retained by the shipper for fll- (title Is not registered under the pro-i
l���K '" visions  of  the  "Land   Registry  Act,'
 are required  to contest the claim of;
~* ithe  tax    purchaser    within  forty-flve
Don't forget the opening of the new d y   fr      tt)f, dr,,(,    f th
Thursday, Oct. 28.
. .. ,    r       _____        ______ , store bv Tidv, the Florisi   next  Ken-' 1YV ""���'" u"' "''-"' UL L1"' Bervice of
fall In 5 and the third ln 17 minutes. |ny's cafe   on Saturday ithls notice upon }'ou- and ll! default
Up  to the flrst  fall  the going was
..������.. , ,. ,. ,,,,,,  slow-    Cannon was on the aggressive
application  of one oi  the  established   most  of fhp t,mp flnd  hftd   *���  man,fl
tenets of the Liberal faith to the cir-, shoulders   dangerously  near   the   mat
timber on the market.
The   fair   wages  clause  is  but   the
cumstances   connected   with   the  cut- j several times.      Berg's strength, how-
One "purpose _f this i��vfr'  p���blf,c!   h',n   ,0  work   his  way
, ��� , ' put and break the holds.    Finall- *u-
fair   wages  clause  is  to throw  open |
ting of timber
IEnglishman secured a front head lock
to  white  men '.be  work that  is  now [with a combination arm hold, and the
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed within such period,
or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
,,.���_,���..,,���...,-,.���     ... . .,,      bo    forever    estopped    and debarred
A  .ewaid of $J���.00 will be paid for  from   setting   up   any  claim   to  or  in
REWARD.
information   which  wil
the \~nTiY,"Y ���;���������" ���;:      leitd  l��  the respect of the said"'land," and"l 'shal-
who  have  recemlyPe''S��n  ��rpe-r8ons "*���*_   Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
too often performed by Asiatics at a
low price. Not only to timber cutting, but to railway and road work
and every other form of employment in regard to which th
ment has any voice or po
fair wage clause will be imposed under a Liberal administration, British
Columbia Is and must be a white
man's country, and Liberals maintain
that everything that can be properly
done to keep the Oriental out of the
labor market should be done. The
imposition of the fair wage clause is
one of the most effective means of
securing this end.
in view of the awakening interest
in our timber resources, the Liberal
policy, framed as it is with a view to
the wise and economical exploitation
of our very valuable heritage, should
commend itself to all thoughtfull
men.
By order.
trick was done In the official time of Queen's avenue
27   minutes  45  seconds.      Berg  then
went into It for all he was worth. His
savaging   tactics   did   not   meet  with
Ibe   approval   of  the  referee,  Joe  La
e  govern-| Salle, and twice they had a little war'b
wer,  this ;��f   w��rds,    but     with   no   casualties,!
A NOBLE  PURPOSE.
There are few objects claiming the
attention of the people of British Columbia  more   worthy   their   generous
aid   than  the  Tranquille  Sanatorium.
Modern   science  and   education  have
succeeded   in   practically     abolishing
from our midst such evils as  smallpox   and   the   deadly   fever,   but   the
dreadful  scourge  of the  white  death
ls still with us.    It is for the repression  ot this terrible malady and  the
cure of those infected with the fatal
virus  of   tuberculosis  that  the  sanatorium at Tranquille has been established.   Alas!   its   capacity   for   welldoing  is overtaxed,  lt   is  unequal  to
the demands made upon it by the afflicted.   Seventy-seven  thousand    dollars is required to extend its usefulness.    This sum   would  admit  of its
accommodation  being  increased  from
32 to 85.    That the extension is seriously required, Dr. Fagan showed at
the   meeting  on   Friday   evening.    It
is  devoutly   to   be  wished   that     the
sum   which   after  all   only   represents
25  cents  per  head  among  the  population of the province, will be promptly subscribed.    Towards such a good
however. He threw Cannon in a
hurry with a body reverse scissors
in 5 minutes and 45 seconds. Both
men were strong in the last spasm
and the wrestling was tbe best of the
night. Berg, however, was not to be
denied, and hi. great strength soon
told. Cannon only had him once,
near the edge of the stage, but he
was not able to hold him or the
match would have gone his way, as
he had a splendid half-Nelson. Berg
wriggled out of it though, and turned
the tables with a full Nelson in 1"
minutes and 30 seconds.
been Interfering thereof ln fee. And I hereby direct
with and damaging the arc lights on that publication of this notice for
^^^^^ thirty days In a dally newspaper puh-
 ^^^^^hmm 'lished  in  New     Westminster    and  a
W. A. DUNCAN', j weekly  newspaper published  at Chil
dly Clerk.      llwack will be good and sufficient ser-
City Hall. New Westminster, Octo- vice thereof,
er 23, 1909. Dated at the Land  Registry Offlce,
mm^m^^m^mmml_  Nev/ Westminster,  Province of    Brit-
��� isl|   (i0iumbia   tb|s  i3tn  day 0j Qcto-
GET   THE   HABIT"   ber, A.  D.   1909.
C. S. KEITH,
Teapots
District Registrar.
To Jane Wilkinson.
Don't phone for your flowers, see
them yourself at Tidy's new store,
next Kenny's cafe.
Bill   of   Lading. I
The new Canadian uniform bill of |
lading, which has been prepared under orders issued by the railway commission, went Into effect recently, and
all shipments made by lake or rail
aftaer this will be under Its provisions. The main provision is that the
carrier is liable for any loss of goods
In transit, except ln such Instances
as are stated ln the law. These Instances are clearly set forth, and on
the whole It is claimed the shipper |
receives much better treatment than
under tif' _ier conditions.
In the past each-railway has had a
bill of Its own with a long list of conditions and rules, which the shipper
TEAPOTS are our special for tomorrow. English made Teapots
at 10c, 15c, 20c and 25c each. Remember this price Is for Friday
and Saturday only.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Westminster
Transfer Co.
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Columbia street
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any part of the city.
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C��KRD GRAPES-P- "-* 70c (large
EGGS���The eggs we are selling at 3 dozen for $1 are
giving the very best of satisfaction. - Try them.
BUTTER- Three pounds of first-class country butter
for $1.00.
C. A. WELSH.  The People's Grocer. i!honey^ CTOBE
R 26, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
paGh Five.
Phone 176.
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CABBY OFF HONORS DO &OQD WORK
Nobby Styles in
Ladies' Separate Coats
dies' 7-8 length Coats, made in fine broadcloth, military effect.
navy  myrtle, brown, black,   satin-lined   throughout.     Special
     $26.50
Price	
adies' 7-8 length Coats, in covert  cloth,  patch   pocket,  and   but-
n trimmings;  very serviceable coat..  Special  Price $16.50
Ladies' tweed Coats, In dark manish tweed; very smart. Special
Prjce *17-50
Mantle Department, Second Floor.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Eye Aid
,,w nmrh Is required to correct defective sight
must be accurately measured. Too little would only
partly relieve tho strain. Too much would injure the
We fit each eye with n lense specially ground to
ovei une its optical error, thereby ensuring comfortable
vision.   No charge is made for examination.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, B. C.
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
Dominion Trust Bldg.
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.
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DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
New Designs in Ladies'
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Net Blotues from $3.95 Up
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you nn y0ur nurrierout want$   fop   8tationery,   Books,   Bibles,
thhT B����kS' Ma9"ine��- Foreign News Papers, and In fact any
fl usually carried In a first-class Stationery Store.
We b.
mid-
you tome
dlem   ,    y dlr4ct ,rom the manufacturer, for epot cash, no
an'5 profit to be added and therefore we oan show you
m��n.y.,avlng  prlces_
Th.   new Eng||Jh Chureh Book, are now In stock.   Do
'��u require  one?
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ADVERT1SE  IN THE  NEWS
Animals From Royal City Made Good   New     Westminster     Has     Promising
Showing at Vancouver���Gordon Set- Men  in  Persons of  R. C.  McDon-
ters Swept the Board. aid and Others.
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.
^ew Westminster made a good
.showing In the dog show held at
Vancouver yesterday. About a dozen animals from this city were exhibited, the majority or them in the
classes, and almost every
":'" of the dogs shown carried off a
prize of some sort or other.
One _f the most successful exhibitor* trom this city was It. Bryce
Brown, who Bhowed three fine pointers all out of the famous bitch
White's Nellie. Mr. Browns three
'���'������ '��� Bi uce, Bill and Princess
Babe, and evey one of them won two
prizes. Bruce carried off the honors
lor flrsl novice, and second puppy.
Bill took the flrst ribbon in the puppy
and seconl in the limit classes, and
Princess Babe not away with first
money among tiie novices and second
among the puppies in her class.
J. J. Jackson won second open and
third limit with his fine colli,- Sedley
Commander, which he recently im-
ported from England. This dog is
only a puppy and was competing
against animals of all ages. With
time it gives promlso of developing
into a champion.
Another big prize ^rlnner from this
city was S. W. Bodley, who with his
three dogs Heather Hiby, Heather
Captain and Heather N'ell carried off
everything ln sight in the Gordon
Setter class.
FOOTBALL
Saturday's Eastern Football.
Toronto  Varsity 63,  Ottawa  '.',.
Queens  IS,  McGill  3.
Ottawa  20,  Argonauts  10.
Saturday's Old Country Football.
FIRST   DIVISION*.
Aston  Villa ..  Bradford City  1.
Bolton Wanderers, u, Sunderland 1.
Chelsea 3, Nottingham 1.
Liverpool  1. Chelsea  Wednesday   _
Middlesboro 3, Blackburn Hovers 1.
Newcastle United 3. Bristol City 1.
Preston 0, Tottenham 1.
Sheffield United 1, .Manchester United 1.
SECOND DIVISION.
Bradford  2,  Blackpool   1.
Burnley  1,  Fulliam  0.
Clapton Orient 0, Hull  City 0.
Gainsborough 3, West  Bromwich 1-
Grimsby  Town   0,   Birmingham  2.
Leeds City 1, Barnsley 0.
Leicester   1,   Stockport   0.
Manchester City 3, Glossop 3.
Wolverhampton  West   1.  Oldham 0.
Lincoln City 2, Derby 3.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE.
Brentford 2, Watford 0.
Brighton and H. 2. Southampton 2.
Bristol    Rovers     2,      South    End
United  1,
Exeter City 3, Coventry City u.
Portsmouth 2, Leyton 0.
Swindon Town 4. Millwall 0.
Queen's   Park  2,   Northampton  0.
Norwich City 4, Reading 2.
West Hani  l'nited  I. Plymouth 1.
SCOTTISH LEAGUE.
Aberdeen 2. Motherwell 2.
Airdrieonians 1,  Morton 0.
Celtic 5, Queen's Park 0.
Hamilton  Acas 2, Clyde 1.
St.   Mirren  3.  Dundee   1.
Patrick Thistle 2, Falkirk 2.
Hearts 4, Hiberians 0.
Glasgow Rangers 2. Kilmarnock 0.
Third Lanark 5, Port Glasgow Athletic 0.
McGILL WON.
R.  C.  McDonald,    the  local  heavyweight athlete, and    member of    the
Sons  of   Scotland   lodge,   has   had   a
'very successful season, and has  won
eighteen prizes In open competition.
At tiie police sports, Vancouver, he
'won second tor    throwing the 5t;-ib.
weight,  and  second  for throwing the
16-lb.  hammer.
At the Sons of Scotland annual
sports meeting he won first for throwing the 16-lb. hammer, first for putting the 16-lb. shot, second in the 100-
yard race, first In tbe fat nun's race,
and first with his partner in the three-
legged race.
At the Victoria championship meet
:he was tirst ln wrestling icatch-as-
catchcan), first in throwing Uie 56-lb.
weight, Becond In throwing the 16-lb.
hammer, second in putting the 16-lb.
shot, second ln tossing the caber, and
was a member of the winning team
in the tug-of-war.
At the Caledonian sports. Vancouver, he won first for throwing the 16-
lb. hammer.
At the B. C. championship meet he
was   second   in    throwing   the   -ti-lb.
weight at the Scottish sports, during
I exhibition    week   he   was first   for
throwing  the    56-lb.    weight,   Scotch
style, with half-turn, with a distance
���of 27  feet 9  inches, said to be a B.
C.  record for that  style;   second for
; throwing the lti-lb. hammer, and sec-
'ond for tossing the caber.
Tills   athlete    has    improved   very
much this    season and    with a little
inure experience and confidence in his
own abilities, will ere long be taking
the famous Gillies cousins into camp.
At the Scottish sports, during the
exhibition  week,  a local  boy,  in the
person of Jack Hoult,    won the half-
mile and mile flat races.     There was
1 merit In this performance because he
'��� defeated Parker of Victoria, who ran
second    to    Billy    McDowell  In this
year's B. C. half-mile championship at
Brockton Point.
i This runner has tried the sprints,
jbut had no success against class men.
'and he would do well in future to
j confine and train for the half and
'mile races, for which he seems better
'adapted.
Ferguson, of Columbian College,
who won the pole vault with 9 feet
�� Inches, will be a good vaulter, but
as yet his work ls crude and his
judgment was bad, especially in the
takeoff.
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The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Undertaker
See our window for the
finest range of
Ties and Shirts
that have ever been shown yet.
Suits and Overcoats
Just what you want.
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
Rovers Beaten
By Goal Margin
Defeated    Local    Rugger   Players    in
Onesided  Game  Saturday.
Tho rugger season ln this city was
opened badly for the local players on
Saturday of the past week, when the
team representing this city went
down to defeat before the McGUI aggregation from Vancouver to the tune
of 20 points to 3. Vancouver made
one goal and five tries, while the locals only succeeded ln getting the
ball Into touch one and then failed to
convert. There was some delay in
starting the game owing to the fact
that flve of the local players failed to
turn up. New Westminster forfeited
two points and was allowed to take
on flve of the Columbian college Players to fill the vacancies.
R. Woodward acted as referee, and
B, Sawers and F. Smith officiated on
the lines.
(Additional Sports on Page Four)
(Continued from Page One.)
got the ball clear, and after a succession of passes Butchart almost netted again. However lt looked almost
to the end of the game that it would
end in a draw, still Munro managed
to score placing the visitors in the
lead. The final few minutes of the
game were all Westminster, the Thistles being reduced to the defensive.
Tho game on the whole appeared
clean, but the referee might well have
penalised two or three of the Vancouver men who were Inclined to resort to dirty tactics.
The Ttams.
The teams were:
Westminster Rovers���Goal, lbbotson; backs, Bruce and Lyon; halves,
Brisbane, Sawyers and Kirhy; forwards, Morton, Johnson, Shawcross,
Cavdzien  and  Perry.
Thistles���Goal, Shaw, hacks, Har-
lev and Gunzeon, halves, Badenoch,
Irvine and J. Teed; forwards, D.
Spenee, Mitchell, Burney, Munroe and
Butchart.
Referee��� W. Clancy, Vancouver.
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26
1909.
Be certain you get
your money's worth
���you wfll if you buy
PURE
PAINT
Worth any men's point
money, becMMC made o.
pare materUle so tfcor-
ougl-ry mixed that CTery
drop does wbet pwnt
mws4 do to be good p__��t
-PROTECT aod LAST.
It took 17 ymete to find
jost how to nee one ingredient (peculiar to M-L
Paint*) tbat grrnkdj lo-ag-
thena tbe b-e of the pseat
Bat it was worth tbe time I
���became it make* tbi*
paint well worth its price
Maae -r test, mkst Vmretsk aaJ
Colar Co* IkstttA. ml T��ao_��
CHALLENGE TO DUEL
COSTS CABINET JOB
Cuban   Officials   Will   Fight   If  "Court
of   Honor"   Says  the   Occasion
Demands.
I
Havana. Oct. 25.���A duel between
I two members of the Cuban cabinet
|and tlie retirement from public life
of one or both of the combatants is
likely to result from a sharp difference of opinion which recently arose
between Jusio Garcia Velez, secretary
of wtate, and Dr. Mathlas Duque, secretary of sanitation.
Secretary Duque, enraged at what
he considered impertinent interference iu liis depart ment, made an
acrimonious protest, which was followed by the issuance of a challenti
by Secretary Duque and the nomination of seconds by both members of
the cabinet.
At the suggestion of President Gomez, the ministers presented their
resignations, whieli the president is
retaining pending an inquiry.
The .seconds of both parties submitted the matter to a court of honor
to determine whether there existed
ithe necessity for a duel.
SUNLIGHT
SOAR
The   soep   that eaves
you  work, a_d suve_
you r-.'.rcy without Injury
to  !i_ii_e   or
Ing so fast that he has been forced to
quit school on account of a resulting
heart affection. His height has increased an inch during the last fifty
days, and lie is 4 1-. Inches taller today than he was January 1.
The lad now stands 5 feet 3 Inches.
and ip-1 growing so fast that his father
and physician fear serious Injury.
TYPHOON BREAKS
ALL STORM RECORD.
PREDICTS KEViVAL
Manila.   Oct.   25.���Some   storm   rec-
w. ro broken  In  the recent ty-
0 which crossed Northern Luzon
and   the   Beiiguet   mountains.     Eighteen inches of rain fell In nine hours,
and twenty-six Inches fell lu the twenty-four  hours the storm  lasted.    The
Bued  river rose sixty  feet.
The wind guage pit the observatory
.   when the wind attained a vel-
of ninety-five miles an bour. It
Imated that it will require two
months to restore the Bagnlc road.
Another     typhoon     went,    swirling
lacross   Luzon,    between   Manila    and
Dagupan  yesterday,  but    no    serious
damage is reported.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
WBE5 YOU SPEND A DOLLA* GET A DOLU_mJoaT
COWANS
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Laaf Label)
Is ths best Taloe, bacauae it is pure, nutritious and ._y .eo-^
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO ��
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
OF ROMANTIC DRAMA
What?
NEVER    HEARD    OF   THE
RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSET
An odorless closet.    No sewerage or water required. We
also   have   an   odorless   commode.
R. BARRIS I CO.
HALL-LAVERY   BLOCK
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell Hotel.
Sydney Moss, Toronto.
C. K. Jansen, Tillsonburg.
J. D. Williams,  Vancouver.
P.   W.  Jones.  Vancouver.
F. Oleson, Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N, Naney, Vancouver.
C. M. Forsythe, Vancouver.
H. S. Britt, Newberg, Ore.
J. Smith, Minneapolis.
Dr. Chas. K. Bunn, Winnipeg.
A. Wright, Nanaimo.
J. Robertson, Seattle.
D. Richards, Vancouver.
D. Rankin, Calgary.
F. E. Harrison,  Revelstoke.
G. Fraser, Seattle.
J. Jamieson, Seattle.
E. B. Riley, Tacoma.
J. A. Straub, Seattle.
D. Jones, Seattle.
F. Dewar, Seattle.
Wright   Lorimer,    Starring    in    "The
Shepherd   King,"   States   Articles
of His Belief.
tnglish Watchmaker
Gold Watcjes for Ladios from $12./5
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'   open face
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents' op?n    case,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Walthani   and     Klgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  from   Geo. Adams.  Grocer
Windsor Hotel.
D. MeKinley, Seattle.
R. A. Wall, Westfleld, Mass.
T. Ellis, Chicago.
V. C. Rockcliff, Hope.
J.  Williamson,  Calgary.
F.   Routley, Vancouver.
W. Watson, Vancouver.
John Oliver, Delta.
ATROCITIES IN CONGO TO BE
INVESTIGATED    BY    BELGIUM
Brussels. Oct. 2a.���New atrocities
in the Congo indepenoent state have
been revealed by an officer of a rubber company. He charges that between 1007 and iDC" a number of the
company's agents tortured and killed
many natives, posted armed sentries,
chained and imprisoned the natives
to force tlij'in to work and burned villages. The minister of the colonies
lias ordered an Inquiry.
"A revival of the romantic drama
iis at hand. lt is the specific for
Ivery many of the troubles that are
worrying managers to death and
j keeping the public on their nerves.
!One thing is very certain���the modern theatregoer, north, south, east,
jwest, Is a dissatisfied being. Managers are blindly groping to find what
the public wants; the public in turn
ls puzzled. When 1 step forward
with the romantic drama as the solution of both difficulties, I do so from
a close knowledge of all sides of the
theatrical  question."
These interesting, though disputed
doctrines, are put forward by one of
the well known actors of this continent, Mr. Wright Lorimer, who ls to
play in "The Shepherd King." at the
New Westminster Opera House on
November 1 and 2. Mr. Lorimer Is
essentially an Interesting man, from
the fact of his early struggles and
later successes. He has served a
long apprenticeship ln Shakesperaean
and Ibsen drama, and has accomplished a great deal.
"I do not think there are any set
principles beneath the public appetite
for amusement. It blows this way
or that, veers suddenly when least
expected, but often follows the same
direction for a length or period,
though you or I may not admit it.
"However, 1 claim that I know
what my public wants, and that ls romantic drama. I say this with confidence, because great success has
attended me in every production that
I have made. I count not one failure
in my whole life time that is not a
serious one. The public are tiring
of comic opera. It has made its
sweet savor nauseating, and the people are abandoning that form of entertainment."
Bids Fair to Be a Giant.
Long Beach.    Cai.,    Oct.  25.���Ivor
Newman, a  15-year-old  boy,  is grow-
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Anni.. Ryder
as owner iti fee Bimple. under a tax
sale deed from Sidn-y A. Fletcher to
Annie Iin! r, bearing date the 13tti
day of October, A. D., T.06, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises sltuatv lying
and being in the district of New
Westminster, ln the Provinc- of British Columbia, more particularly-
known and d> scribed as l>'i 2_,
Block 1; Lots 8, 9, 1(5 and 17, Block
_; Lots 1, S, 9, lii and 17, Block 6;
Lots ���), 5, 12, 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots
1, S, 9, 16 ahd 17, Block 10; Lots 1, 8,
9, IG and 17, Block 12;  Lots 4, 5, 12,
13 acid 20, Block 13; Lots 1, S. 9, 16
and 17, Block 14; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and
17, Block IC; Lots 4, 5, and 20, Block
17; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block IS;
Lot 6, Block 11; all subdivision, of
Lot 203, Group 1-     Lots 10, 11. 12, 13.
14 and 15, Block "K" eubdWision of
Ixit 268, Group 1; Lots 24. 25, 26. 27,
31 and 32, Block 1; Lois 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. 15 18, 19 and 20,
Blook 4; Lot 16, Block 5; Lots 1, 8,
0, 16 and 17, Block 15; Lot* 4, 5, 12,
13 and 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
203, Group 1; Lot 7, Block 4, of Lot
227, Group 1, Map 174.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by Tlr-
tue of any unregistered Instrument,
atnl all persons claiming any interest
In the said land by deBcent, whose
title ls not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act;
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser- within ten days
from the date of the first publication
of this notice and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being
filed within such period, or In default
of redemption before registration, you
and each of you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up
any claim to or W respect of the 6ald
land, and I shall register Annln Ryder
as owner thereof In tee, And I hereby ordi^r that publication of this notice for ten days in a dally crewsps.por
published in New Westminster wlll
_e good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the land registry office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 30th day of August,
A. D��� 1009.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To  Samue] Coulter. Esq.
Re the south half of tbe southwest
quarter of Section 26, Township 16
New Westminster District
Whereas proof of the loss of cerl
Qcate of title Number 12.175F, issui
in the name ol Robert  Fleming Sej
inour. has been filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
al the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrsl publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of Ni'w Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Ollice, New Westminster, B. C, October 11, 1909,
STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE BY
TENDER.
Tenders will be received by Uie un-'
dersigned at the sheriff's office, Court,
House,   New Westminster, up   to 12 j
o'clock     noon,    on     Wednesday,    the
twenty-seventh day of October, 1909,
for the purchase of the stock, etc. of
1D.   F    M.   Perkins,  general   merchant,;
Mission City, B. C. Persons desirous'
of inspecting the slock can do so by I
applying to A. W. Lane, Esq., provincial constable, Mission City.
Inventories of the stock can be seen j
on    application   at my    office,   New
Westminster, or to Mr. Lane at Mis-)
|slon City.
!    The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.      Terms cash.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Assignee.
Sheriff's office, New    Westminster,
October 12, 1909. ,
| The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporattd Ls69)
[Capital Paid up $4,700,000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
In  and  out of town   account,  solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
' Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and Gold.
Telegraphic  transfers  effected.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.   Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
1
I
e Tale of the Shirt"
attTS;t*.ft_H
Men s bine Negligee Shirts with starched neckbands and cuff s attached,
the remains of our best lines of Tookes manufacture, and sold regularly at $1 50, $1.75, $2.00 each and upwards.   These sing their own
m��� TA^cilr teilte1!1^ wil1 sing a new and Popular refrain,
TAKE ME FOR 98 CENTS," the most catchy thing of the season.
YO,   SHOULD   NOT   MISSi THESE, EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE   NOT  IN   IMMEDIATE   NEED OF TH_M.     TH_Y   WILL   HAVE   EARNED
MONEY   FOR   YOU   BY   THE TlME YOU .0 NEED THEM.    CQME  EARLY AND GET THE BEST CHOICE.
Royal   Standard Flo i. |E a
contlnuouf   soui
and   pride   to    tl .;���.    n
makes the worl   of I
delightful.    It  i    m |    .
ish Co!mill,ia, ;��� ||y sr,.
lected    wheal.     T  . ml          ;���
conducted with thi
entlflc skill and c tn
and  marketing   facilitl
it in your home in perfecl
dltion.    It is a flour I      :   dlf-
ferent  and  Buperlor.
Apart from this. Roya]
ard   gives  each   usei  a
to   win   a   bands   ...   I    piece
china  dinner  Bel :>
sack  contains a c    pon
you an opportunil
been   many    winni s  i
have not won yel . in-
dotibtedly be amoi
more.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLJMi 4.VD
GRAIN tO.. ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
I Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you ?
I     No wonder after tb* herd wiaMr.
!���'.�� tta itsad it.
Put oa a new one  of Rabar.id
Roofinf,    No troahle then
Ruberoid il aa eliiuic rmofint aad
will si.nd s|| kiadi of weather���
heit, cold, mn, rtm, wind; makes
no diflereiice to Ruberoid.
It ia weither-pro.l aad _ra-r��>
listing,
''     W iii not melt, eraek or rot.
J     t/loel ritntly applied and requires
"1 no prunling.
'J      (JhII or write fur full particular*,
J samples and prices.
I
Extra Special For '('ne Thrifty Housekeeper
>''   WE   HAVE   TWO   LINES OF ��WISS EMBROIDERED GOODS���PILLOW   SHAMS  AND   BUREAU SCARFS.     YOU   CAN   BUY  THESE
EITHER  IN SETS OR THE ARTICLES   SEPARATELY.     REGULAR  PRICE $1.00 AND $1.25,  NOW  50c AND 75c EACH.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
F. J. TRAPP & CO., ltd.
LAND   RE6I8TRY  ACT.
H* 14-100 sorts of portion of section 21, block 6, north range 8, west
Nsw Westminster dfttrict.
Whereas proof o. the lo__ of e*rtl-
flcats of title -anker 5<57_ imn*4 ln
tha name of Islaad Lodge No. 24, I. O.
O. _"., has be*n fled ln this office.
Notice Is herchy f.co that I shall,
at ths azriratlon of on* Month from
th* date of ths frst publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published in
tht city of New Westminster,  issue
a   duplicate   of   he   said   certificate,
unless  ln  the  meantime Talld  objection be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Offlce, New  Westminster, B. 0., September 9, 1909.
Take notice that an ap] ���'-
been made to register Uharl Ketott-
um as tne owner In  tei >''���
der a tax sale deed from C. L\ Msber
to Frederic W. Howay an I R ' !-
Held, bearing dale the Lsi day ot December, A. D., 1902, of all ai I singular that certain parci-l oi tract ol
land  and  premises  Bituati ;l'"'
being  In   the  distrlcl   of    N ���'
minster, in the provlnci ol Itisti
Columbia, more partlcula Ipown
and described as Loi  13 J
of Lot 201, Group I, Mun Ad iltlon, nortii half of Lot 14 "I Bl I ;
of Lot 201, Group 1, Mm Addi
tion.
You nnd those claiming tl ���       "'
under you and  all   persons  c     ���  -
any interest ln  the said land        r1'
itue  of    any  unregistered  lusl
'and all persons claiming all]
iln the said land   by desc
liile is noi  registered und P "'
visions  of the  "Land   Ri
are required to oontesl tl
the tax    purchasi r    will n to     ���' l
davs from the date of the li
cation of this notice, and I
of a caveat or certificate of I
dens being filed    wiU.ln sudi
or   in   default   of     redi mptii ������' '
registration, you an.l each oi '   ���
be    forever    estopped ami    Qi ""
from  setting up any claim to or
respect, of the said land, and I tt"
register   Charles KetObum as ->"
thereof in fee.     And     i.Tei..^ <��'   .
that publication    of    this '"',',���.
thirty days In a dally news,,.,     P;
llshed  ln   New  Weslmlnste    *l��
good and.sufficient ^r^e.'m,o
Dated at the Land Re��"r)nf Brl.
New Westminster, Prorinoa       ��
Ish Columbia, this 2��h dp.y ol SeP
timber. A. D. 1^ g ^^
District Registrar
To Henry Toung, Bsq,, Joh" ,,s.3(,
Eeq.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to t.e public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEW8.   Tha Morning Paper.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH MAYERS j
Office, Front St., Foot of ����
Phone 105 P- ��-*���lJ
A'y r^��^AAZ
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
DUST    w;i1 PHUViDE $248,003
���* rnn  nn
I   \*r    "	
'jlize  your kitchen   things and
S ake them wholesome and sanitary
FOR HOME WORK
Appropriation  By  Board
Missions���A   Home
WHITE SLAVE TRADE
IS CAMPAIGN ISSUE
of  Methodist
For   Mission-
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilises.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
Am behind itjGOLD DUST digsdeep after germs
aid impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Snao needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
uy GOW DUST does all the hard part of tlie
L-k without your assistance, leaving you to take
vour exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
son to which is added other purifying materials
East the right pro-
aries.
it the Canadian
Mei odl p   Missions confer-
;   pori inl    business
thi   adoption  of  the,
in p.i'iwiv  lor domestic
Foes of Tammany Accuse
That Organiz ition of Unholy Business.
traffic'
Tin
forth    "Uncle Tom's
��� ���i teentb  century
as the     "white  slave
growth of    this system under
ortions to
portion, vj cleanse
easily, vigorously,
M without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
IDUST Twins   do
Ivour worl-;
THE   N.
Now    Yi   i.   Ocl     25.���Slavery be- i
��� ime .      1_  the municipal
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^caiiii'ppiv'i      tod-iy���not     the    slavery]
to    total   appropria- which   brou
ling  $240,003.    Reports Cabin," but  the
��� migration work were j system  known
The ri port or the Im-
v.v,     (voiiniivi.lvl   I	
���'      The   establishment [Tammany hall us attested hv a writ-
located   home   to   be
ced al      ���   disposal  of  missionaries                    from  foreign  lands on
trongly advocated, the
��� red to thi executive ljiam j
ction. lattack,
Al   the  morning  session  a  M-quest
thai I   $2,(    li ���   iiip.p1.
n   in   Toronto    waa|
���    thi   Committee on Domes-     The article ls printed ln McClure's
c Appropriations.   A granl of %1,l  under a Bubtitle whicl
ifor  use in    New  Ontario    and    the     "The
Wesi   was    recommended    pi"''
led ln a ' ....
ier for the current Iss ie oi McClure's
Magazine,    lias  laid    the  foundation
|upon which the local press hostile to
Uhe Democratic tickel beaded by Wil-
Gaynor, is conducting a ii' w
while    Republican-Fusian orators ami the supporters of William R
to  Hearst  have  found  now  fuel  for  an
already heated campaign
by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Afghans Arming,
YAYf-:-\^smnmm
TWO DAYS:
Monday,   November
Tuesday, November
^^^^^^^^^fcay s:
Daughters of the Poor���a
plain story of the development of
New York as a leading centre ol the
white Blave trade ol the world under
Tammany Hall," and this is a sample
of the chages made:
"The story oi the Introduction of
this European business Into New
Vork under the protection of tbe Tammany hall political organization
would seem incredible lf it were not
substantiated by the records of re-
Ben! municipal exposes ln half a dozen great cities by two indi pendent Investigations by the United Slates
government dui!r.'_r the last year and
T       ,,     TL by the common k.v wledge of the peo-
.rouble ThreatensW;��<yktS1,dpuYmA*"���*___
'of Now Virk, whose daughters and
friends' daughters have boon chiefly
exploited by lt
homp- work report.
The ��� _i mi mbers, ap] ���
on   recommendation   of    committees,
aro:  Rev. T.   _. .Moon-. Toronto;  Rev.
Dr. A. Langford, Toronto;   Rev   K. J.
tt,   ���'.' tp rloo;   Rev.   D,     RO|
���    orth;    Mi ssrs.   W. F.   Lawrei i
s imla;   11   L.  Lovorlng,    Coldwater,
Ont.; W. r. Hall, Napanee, and Alex.
Ti     nto
\  I
Announces thp First Western Tour of the   Yo
Roman lie Actor.
M.I. WRIGHT LORIMER
the  Powerful   Spectacular   Drama,
"Th
Kin
hepherd King'
dramatic   production   over   stagi d.    'Th
lifts Wrighi Lorimer to a po ition ol th
tani e in the world of players
N. Y.  Herald
Loi iin. r Is B
I.VI        |     Is
star of whom Boston is proud '
���Boston Ami i IcaJ
skilled  actor  of
p
-N   V
artistic
World.
the  people.      The oppressoi   ma;
far in the easi if he opi ns hi    purse
widi        Unir   Abdul   Rahman   was   pi
stern ruler but a genero ;s giver, and
his subjects forgave  bin   m Bul
Habibullab tti" Amir and Nasrulla
Khan take all that is offered and give
: I hing In retui n. Hence their un-
rit? ��� ���' thi Afghans The
Ami] is n ii as Bon ��� pi oph sup]
���a weak man. He ls, however, an
Indoli nt rulei i I di '��� gati - liis duties tO Otic I B
War  Threatened.
In the opinion of men whose knowledge and judgment  entltl   I em to
prophesy one of two thl .. : hap
pen  in  time,     Either  ther,-  will  be
(hil war in Afghanistan, or there will
be war on the Indian front b r.     Now
that the people are armed I
I - -   since  the  reign  of  Ab I ir  Rah
man   they   are   not   likelj   I
tamely  to oppression.      Thi
live commends Itsell  not onlj    o
bul  even to Intelligent  Al   i
They are satisfied that an ln. i
India would  be followed Immedia
by pi rising in India.     Victorious,
Afghans  would    strengthen    thi   Me
hommedan    faith;      defeated,     !
would be relieved of rulers for wh
��� ��� ej   li.11 p   neither  respect   n n   a
tlon.     Thai  Is the    attitude of    tl
int. lii;;.-in    Afghan,  and    the  risk  I
holds is ob\ lous.
Change for the  Stage  Struck.
Tin- stage struck youth of New
Westminster will have a gloiious
chance to tread the boards on Monday and Tuesday of the coming week,
when Wright Lorimer wlll appear in
this city in the Shepherd King. The
Shi pherd King, which tells tlie story
David, iho slayer of Goliah, is distinctly a spectacular production, requiring the presence of large crowds
on the stage, and to compose these
crowds larger numbers of persons are
needed than are carried with the
company. In all twenty-five young
mon will bo needed to fill the roles f,f
Jewish soldiers Philistines, rejoicing
populace and confused noises without.
CURED
IN   ONE  DAY
I
Hur.' '��� N   Y. Sun.
$2,000,000 ART COLLECTION
REMAINS   IN   GREAT   BRITAIN
SEAT SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY
STORE. PRICES 50c, 75c. $1.00, $1.50.
THE   DEMAND   IS   TREMENDOUS.
..feji_i__
AT      RYALL'S     DRUG
SECURE     EARLY.   AS
London.   Oct
tor   buying  tin
25.���Two     years    af-
Rudolphe   Kam,    collection for   ��1,000,1 ,    the  D iveei -
announce that  they have seemed his j
brother   Maurice's  art   collec ton  for
^^ the |
1
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES :
Room fl   p��r day up.
Room  and  board 92.90 par day up.
Reom  with  bath $t-50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 par day
Munyon's Toll Remedy Ridioveg thn
head, throat mid '���uus-.i almost Immediately. <"t,e-k_ Ferers, steps Discharges of
the noBe, take-i mviy a'.! aches aud pains
caused by .-old.. It cures Grip nu. ob-
xtiiiaip .'ous1" ""d prevents Pneumonia.
Pri.-o 25c.
Hare yon stiff or fwo'.len Joints, no matter how cbronlr? As. your druggist for
Munyon's Kb.u_iati._i Remedy and see
Low quickly you will be cured.
If j"ti have any kiduoy or bladder trouble gei Munyon's Kidney Remedy.
Many.iii'a Vltallior makes weak u_u
strong" a_d restores lost sowers.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
to
All outside rooms, with hot and cold j cull _
water, st��am heat, long distance tele- |Uer,'
phone. 'Bus meeta all trains and boat*
CARLKTON   GILBKRT,  Mgr.
and
B. C. Mills, Timber
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manwacturers and Deatere m\AU Ktna   ok
uml*r,   Uth,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxea.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
HRMERS^TTENTION!
Umber A1wayS in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
R��yal City Branch, Columbia St.
i ��5110,0011.    The  negotiations    for
purchase   wore prolonged  owing    to
Competition,  especially  by  the  City  Of
Hamburg   Museum.    The    collection
| which   Maurice   Kann   bequeathed   to
bis son and daughter is less extensive
than   thai   of   bis   brother,   but     is   of :
rare value. Including    eleven  choice!
i masterpieces of painting, and a num-!
ber  of  Objects  of  art.
Among   the   paintings   aro  foiir    of _____
the most famous Rembrandts, namely, I
i "Portrait  of a  Man  With a Mignify-     Notice ls hereby given that thirty
ing Glass." "Portrait of a Woman ^>>'s from date I intend to apply to
iWith a Red Pink," "The Auctioneer." F. 8. liussey, superintendent of pro-
'and  "A   Pilgrim   1'iayer."    There  are  vlncial   police,   Victoria,   B    C,  for   a
three portraits  by   Fran/.  Hals,    re- transfer of the liquor license held by
spectively,  of  a   burgomaster,    of  a Gilbert 'fulloch, for the Tourist hotel
man, and of a woman. The first re- situated at Port Moody, 13. _
forcibly "The Laughing Cava-1 George Welch ot Port Moody, B.
In the Wallace collection. Cuyp
and   Ruysdael   are     represented     by
Characteristic     landscapes,    and   Reynolds by a portrait of Lady Elizabeth
Taylor.    The eight well known decorative panels painted by  Boucher for
Mine,  do  Pompadour's    chateau    of
iCrecy,  are  Included  in  the  purchase,
Which   also   embraces   a   fine   lifosi/.e
bust of Due de Medici, by Donatelle,
'about fifty pieces of majolica, chiefly
iby  Maestro Qorglo;    several famous
Limoges  enamels,  aud   a  varied  col-
|lection  of snuff boxes, studded, etc.
They  will   shortly  be  exhibited
Duveen's Galleries, London.
Scotch  Whisky
Popular the World 'Round.
1 he world-wide popularity of Watson's
Scotch Whisky is one of tne strongest proofs of
its exceptional merit.
Trie Canadian will seldom be disappointed,
if lie asks f<>r Watsons bcotcn anywhere from
Halifax to Vancouver.
If he travels down the Pacific Coast he will
find it at the "Portland or the "St. Francis."
Should he continue his journey through the
Orient, he will find Watson s in Honolulu ; in
Levuka (Fiji); at the "Grand in Yokahama;
the "Imperial in Tokio; and at every house of
any consequence in the rlowery Kingdom.
Even In far-off Korea the brand is well known.
It is the favorite of our American friends
in Manilla, and can he had at the "Hongkong.
From the famous "Raffles Hotel in Singapore
to the i aj Mahal in Bombay, it is known
and enjoyed, and Australasia has accepted it as
Scotland s best.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR"���A mild, ttiornugUy mature. Scotch.
"NO. IO"���A full-bo-ied, richly flavorid Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -   Dundee.
40 New Edison Records
For November
Now on Sale.
[HERE ABE A FEW DANDIES
Xo. 2SFi���Stars and Stripes Forever   (march)       Sousa's   Band
No.   'JS.;���Just  Plain  Folks    ���" Ada Jones and Chorus
No. 290���Gypsy Airs      Albert   Spalding
No.   294���Pansies   Moan  Thoughts Dear     Manuel  Romain
No. 296���Lasca      Edgar L.  Davenj irl
No.   297���Just   Before  the   Battle, Mother . Will Oakland and Chorus
Hi TODD'S Big Music House
�� .gswfftw���? YVW'5''r'"''?!^
)____. jX&jLSr*_._**:__��� *rf}'}- !-J,2fltA
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Fburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 pe- Bbl.
MrQn_rn. &Cn  "-����� A*D FEED merchants.
Port
Moody, B. C
GILBERT  TULLOCH.
Moody, October 20,
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's  Home Paper.
THE HOME PAPER
Is   the   Paper  That   Prints   All
the      Home     News.
The     Dally     News
10c  a   Week.
1909.
al
Railway Commission Tomorrow.
The railway commission will hold
the coast session in Vancouver tomorrow and a number of persons Interested ln railway matters In the district
will be present to give evidence. It
Is expected that the city council wlll
be represented to press the complaint
against the Great Northern. The secretary of the hoard of trade will represent that body.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old brldg. is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
caution. _ against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do ao after
thla notice must tak. all th^ risks on
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, Jury
23rd, 1909.
3PRING    LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
MEATS
lumbia St.  I
New Westminster I
Central Meat Market
1 Corner Eighth St an_   Fifth Arena*
PHONE 170.
iOWELL * ODDY, proprietor*
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL I14.400.000.0C
RESERVE    ..,000,000.<*
Branchea throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, Eng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane.
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
I i>anking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit Issued, available witb
correspondents In all parts of th<
i world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in  sums of  $1  and upward
md Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
i annum (present rate).
,    Tnta'   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Scene from "The Shepherd King," which will  appear at the  Opera  Hous<_
on November 1 and 2.
* 3
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TU"DAY, 0CT08Er
Evidence is
Better Than
Talk
You can have evidence of our especial values in Groceries and Crockeryware if you buy
from us.
We have the largest and best line
of groceries in the
town, and we have
the price that will
suit any buyer.
When in town
call and see our
store���full of life,
full of artistic,
thought and full
of honest values.
PROO_F
City News
THE very fact that there are
more Great  Majestio Malleable and  Charcoal Iroo  Ranges
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it ls
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.nies as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON   &   LUSBY
Coltimb'a Street.
THE
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
NA-DRU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Bora ted,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NIGHT SCHOOL
Your spare time ls worth money.
Why not use it?
We can prepare you for a responsible position that will mean
Advancement.
Do not stand still. Improve your
position. Expert teachers. Quick
results.
Westminster ModernBusiness
School
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
"Lifebuoy Soap ls delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. .'or washing underclothing Jt Is unequaled.
Cleanses  and   purifies.
THEWESTMINSTERTRUST
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD.
HEAD OFFICE 28 LORNE ST.
Board of Directors:
T. J. Trapp, President.
T.   S.   Annandale,   First   Vice-
President.
J.  J.  Jones,   Second  Vice-President.
T. H. Smith,       H. Ryall,
L. A. Lewis,       M. M. Nelems,
R. B. Walker, M. D.
Trustees:
Hon. R. McBride, Premier B.C.
Geo. R. Ashwell, W. S. Collister
F. J. Hart Managing Director.
E. L. Webber, Assistant Manager and Secretary.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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If f P   f THF MALLEABLE PANTF1
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llife
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Good Line of Second-Hand and New Heaters
For Sale Cheap,
lrrUst B,ock�� Front St., New Westminster
Boh Sterenson's whole stock of
boot, and shoes to be sold off In
thirty days. 219-;
The  local   option  question   will   he
discussed at a rally night of the R- !
T. of T. Westminster council, tomorrow night.
For pianos, organs, sewing machines, talking machines, sheet music and records go to J. H. Todd's
music  house,  Columbia  street.
A   special     meeting     of   the   Anti-
Tuberculosis Society will be held this
aH-rnoon In the board of trade room ,
at 2*30 p.m.
For flrst-class cut flowers and any
i kind of Floral work, telephone Davie*'
Gre_nhouge, R208. "
Mr. Denny will  move his stock of
furniture  and   carpets  into  the  Cunningham block, lo Sixth streei, about
j November 1.
Occasion Is being taken of Pauline
Johnson's presence on the coast to
arrange a concert on Thursday at the
Princess Hall, Sapperton, under the j
auspices of the Knox Presbyterian
church.
Lost���Large    white    envelope, con- I
talning shipping receipts, etc.      Find-
er please return to Vlday ��� Bacchus, !
Thompson  block.
Ererythlng for the garden at Tidy's I
phone 184. ������
The dredge King Edward was moved to the government wharf yester- j
j day to have her machinery overhauled
; and a new spud placed in position.
jThe Fruhling after coaling at Gilley's
bunkers, anchored in the stream in
I consequence of the wharf being occupied. The Canadian-Mexican liner
j Georgia sailed on Sunday with a 'oad
;of lumber  from  the  Brunette mills.
I    Repairing    neatly    done    by D. F.
Qulgley at Sinclair's shoe store.
In the policec ourt yesterday two
drunkards, a white man and an Indian paid the penalty for their love
of the strong stuff, the former being
assessed the usual $2.50 and the Indian $5.00. Both are cooling off in the
cells awaiting a friend to find the
funds, with a prospect of a term in
prison as an alternative. A third man
obtained his liberty with a five dollar
bail, and failed to appear.
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, ae hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday slw will make an extra return
trip arriving ln the city ln the evening. Trips will be made to Steveston ag the business warrants. **
A thanksgiving dinner was given
: last night by the management of the
Russell hotel to the members of the
fire brigade at No. 2 hall on Eighth
street. The supper was given at the
i Russell hotel, and was largely an ap-
preclation of the action of the staff
I of the flre hall in sending flowers for
the decoration of the hotel during
the year. The No. 2 hall maintains
a   very   fine   flower  garden.
Your box in a safety deposit vault is
a private affair. No one has access
to it but yourself. And, besides, it
ls safe, and that is a factor worth
something to you. Then it costs
only a small sum to rent one of the j
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Let
us tell you about it. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager
New Westminster branch.
Very successful harvest Thanksgiving services were held on Sunday
n connection with St. Barnabas'
church, the rector Rev. C. W. Houghton, conducting each service. The
chucli was beautifully decorated for i
the occasion, the collections being
over $1.10, which will oe devoted to
church expenses. The annua] Thanksgiving tea and entertainment will be
.leld this evening, commencing at 6
o'clock. I
I
Buy orchard lands while they are ,
cheap and become Independent. We ,
are th-_ official agents of The Western |
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Let J
Us tell you about tlvir choiee holdings j
at Appleland, A new townsite and
fruit district along the line of th ���
II. 0. Electric Chilliwack lin,. and V. j
V. _ E. Cloverdale io Sumas Railway |
This section excells in the production
of all fruits. Come at onco whila the
best lands are selling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense.
We can soil live, ten, fifteen an
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms. _'
J.  Hart & C i., Ltd. **
BORN.
GREEN���SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 23
to Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Green, a son
Latest Ideas of Fashion
in Dress Accessories
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
( Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
i
LULU ISLAND
We have some very desirable lots in
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
I F.J. HART & CO., Ltd.
The outstanding feature for the present season in
Neckwear is "The Jabot." We are showing an ex
tensive range, including the new one-sided effects
purchased in Paris and New York.
Dutch Collars and Coat Sets are worn on the new
coats.   We are also showing many other lines of the
new Tailored Neckwear.
Separate
Skirts Are
Smartly
Stylish
Quite a variety of the new
styles, the popular prices
make the display a great favorite with the shopping
public, the quality of the
garments, the fit and workmanship are the best. See
our   special   line  at   ...$7.25
The Wet Days Are Here.
Many lines of Umbrellas  both    for    women  and mon.
showing a  wide  variety  of  designs  in   handles, the '
rials, too, aro particularly good and come in a good range
of qualities in silk   taffeta, and glorias.
Prices       $1-00  to  $15.00
Special Sateen Skirts $1.25
Made of superior quality sateens with dee,, flounce,
trimmed with crimped and gathered frills; well tailored and
finshed   throughout     *1 25
Decorative Linens.
we   "uVsetrydeWS��cNb. tSn'VS^ ""^ ""^ ^^ b�� ^ '^   the Va'U�� are '"����*_�����, ^
Tea Cloths in linen damask, sizes 30x30, 36x36.     Prices each from 75c to $2.00
Sideboard Cloths,  Bureau Covers, Washstand Covers,  from.. 50c up t0 $2 00
ants .fS,��^^^ j-fii ^lles made by the peas-
and aU,!ic_:eai!neBns.8,OCk ��' Batt6Dberg and ^^ ���* ""-" ^ ^ ��� who cares for these pretty
Linen  Cloths,  2x2  yards   2x2 1-2, 2x3, 2x3 1-2, at all prices from,  per set    $4.00 up to $12.00
Separate Cloths with border all round, each from $1.25 up to $3.50
Do You Wear Nemo Corsets?
The Nemo Corsets for this season are working wonders
ln  producing the long, graceful  linos that fashion demands.
W hen you wonder how you are going to get the slender waist line wuh small hips that are required bv present fashions, buy a Nemo, and you'll find that It gives vou
the  form  you  wish.
The Most Complete Range of
Serges Shown in the City
STANTUrXLmET^"    0F    ���E     M��ST    ^
DRESS   SERGES   in   fine,    even,  hard    finish   twill   all
weights,   po,-  yard    45c t0 $1 00
FRENCH SERGE a fine, soft, close finished sorgo of
good  weight and appearance. Per yard $1.10
ESTAMINE. SERGES, special rough finished material.
adapted for the making of children's dresses; fast color.
Per >aid 60c  to  75c
CHEVIOT    SERGES, per yard    75c
SUITING SERGES, 54 inches wide, heavy weight, suitable for boys' clothes, women's heavy skirts, suits etc;
plain and rough finish    Peryard $1.00 and $1..50
Hundreds of
Dress Goods Remnants
Have a look throuBh the pile of Dress Ends. There are
lengths suitable for children's coats and school dresses;
women s skirt and waist lengths; all at reduction of 20 to
25  per  cent,  less than usual prices.
New Embroidery and
Handkerchief
Linens
HUCKABACK,   18   inches
io     26    Inches    wide,   per
yard   20c to 35c
HANDKERCHIEF      LINENS, exceptionally fine
itios, per yard. .50c to $>���--
SHEER   l.lN'lvN'   LAWNS
36   Inches   wide,   veiy
per yard  75c to $1.75
ROUND THREAD i^1"
BROIDERY LINEN, 36 in-
wide, per yard  ..65e to 85c
COSTUME    LINENS,   |X'
tra widths, per yard 	
60c to 75c
IJ.VPLEACHED BUTCHER
L'.NEN, extra heavy Qualities, per yard   ..-25c to 35c
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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