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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
SPEND MUCH
MONEY ON ERASER
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co.
Plans to Build Big Mill in
Neai' Future.
leering operations are in full
J��& oru limits in the LUlooe
!^r district, and in a very short
f/wesSl he placing logs on the
K Westminster market, in facl as
S  w��ur   stern    wheel    towing
^iSSSTtu  made  to the
JrNewB yesterday by Mr. Black-
52, nw ei    ��� the Brooks-Scanlon
"umber Co., in the province.
Will Build Mill.
Eventually a large mill will be
bum on the river, and the logs from
Zextensivi limits of the company
'"ll bt. manufactured close t0 the
"iiv i,v the company's own plant. Two
dtps are under consideration for the
'w |���ill. and while Mr. Blackford
Ljvery reticent regarding the plans
he admitted that the policy of the
Brooks Scanlon Lumber Co. had al-
ways been to build largi' mills as
more economical than small. One of
the chief reasons why the work ot
building a mill <"> tlie Praser had not
heen commenced already was that
the companj had found it necessary
!" ,., ��� ; .;., i i,,iil al Powell river
up the coast, and a sawmill will be
built there almosl Immediately, In
order to develop some large purchases of timber made by them there
recently, and since their plans foi the
Fraser had been made. Nothing,
said Mr. Ilackford, would be done
here until after the mill al Powell
river was built.
New Vessel.
The company's new boat, which Is
ii ing  e iulpp< d  with  en-
��� the wharf Of the Schaake
Machine works, will be named the'
;; M Scanion, In honor of the
daughter of M. J. Scanlon. the mil-
Bonaire lumberman of Minneapolis.
The boai is expected to be in commission In ten days' time, her boiler
tan arrived yesterday. She is
:. I      in    length,    -1  feel  beam.
d  with  Schaake  engines,  and
owing bits. Her boiler was
nude in Gait, Ont Vho has al. i ac
flMtmiodaiinii ia] a limited number ot
era and holds a passenger 11-
reEse.
Run on Harrison Lake.
Her regular run during tlie wlntei
will be on the Harrison lak . hut in
the summer months she will run direct between Harrison lal." ami New
Westminster, towing booms ol loi;:-.
(INQUEST INTO ACCIDENT
IS AGAIN POSTPONED
One   Member   of  the   Jury   Is   Unable
on Account of Recent Illness to
Take His Place.
The Inquesl into Uie cause o| th(
death of the victims ot the Lakevii ���
disaster was again adjourned from
yesierday  until   Monday  next.
When   tlie   coroner   arrived   yei
day the courtroom at  the V  DCi
City    police    BtatiOD    wa-    agi    ,    filled
to overflowing, markini; the keen In
terest with which the p iblic are following the proceedings, among those
present being a large representation
of the relatives of the unfortunate
travelers in tlie car. Tlie jurors were
all present and there was a large representation of tlie bar, appearing on
behalf of the many and varied interests concerned.
It appeared as though the enquirj
would go forward wit hum more delay, hut it was found thai Mr. Clapp
whose sickness caused the delay in
the flrst place, was still not in a ]������ >s-
ition to undertake tlie heavy duties
which will devolve upon the jurymen
once the trial continues. li was
staled that from the same cause no
lists had yet been ina.i.��� by ihe jurors of the couplings ol the two ears
which are alleged tei have broken.
These, it is understood, win. provided
Mr. Clapp is in condition to attend,
be made before tlie end of the week
SEVERE SENTENCE
IMPOSED FOR PERJURY
TWO AIDERMEN
WILL GO TO OTTAWA
Fact That Appeal Court Had
Not Been Constituted Did
Not Affect Case.
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bib.
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bin
con
atte
Spo
vol
his
utomobile   Man Shoots  Himself.
an Francisco. Nov. 22.���Arthur A.
���litis!. manager of a local automo-
��� linn ami president of an autoino-
Bchool here, attempted suicide
y today in his offlce by shooting
sell in tin' temple Recovering
SClousneBB,   ba  said    thai   he   had
unpted   suicide  on   at mil   of  de-
ndelicy.        lie     was     recently     diced from his wife.      It is said thai
chances of recovery  are Blight
LAND WAS BOUGHT
BY MILL COMPANY
C.N.R. Had No Hand in Recent Deal in Bon Accord
Waterfrontage.
SIM THE SIOUX
FROM EXTINCTION
The Remnants of the  Tribe   Will   Be
Sent from America to Nicaragua
in  Central   America.
Boston, Mass.. Nov. 22.���To save
jh�� remnants of the Sioux tribe of
Indians from extinction by consumption and other diseases, a colony of
aie Indians will he established ln Nicaragua, chief Little Bison, a full
Wooded Si.mx. sailed from Boston on
ll|f Bteamer Bsperta todav for Nicaragua,   where    he    wlil    receive the
ll"'''1" '"' 16,1  acres of laud glinted
'! the Nlcaraguan government, for
^establishment of a colony. The
Project ig supported financially by P.
S-Bellembaugh, head of the American
^graphical society, ami several
wealth New Xork people. The ml-
nation Is expected to begin in Jan-
Decision Won't Affect Merger
Ne*  york, Nov. 22,
^niitied     wilh
-Tlle
the
interests
to bring
*. . -   -   u ** * v__, LliV-. Ki'MBV \    * ' *l j' *     t
l.   ' made It  known  today  that
'""i  of  the   federal  court   in
���'���'ii      ine      plan
:   '  merger of tho large copper
"i tii
the
!'." Standard oil cases would not de-
' ""' Progress of the merge,-.      It
s,:il"'l    that    the    combination
strengthen    the  industry  and
n'"^"   competition
""courage it.
Tliat the story to the effeel tliat
the large area of land at Bon Accord
on the south side of tlie Fraser. Which
recently changed hands had been purchased by tlie ('. N. R. for terminal
facilities, was spread only for election purposes, was proved yesterday,
when Colonel A. D. Davidson, buying
agenl tor the railway company in
Vancouver, definitely Stated in an interview reported in tlie Province thai
lhe C. N. K. had no hand In Hie purchase whatever.
"The Canadian    Northern   railway
jhas not directly or Indirectly bought
one foot of land on the south side of
the Fraser river," said Col. Davidson.
Although the land has not been
purchased for railway terminals, it
lias heen acquired for a purpose tbal
' wlll probably prove of us great bene-
tit to the city. The purchasers of the
land were the Praser River Lumber
Co.. and it is tlie Intention ol thai
concern to ered on it another large
mill, as big as, If not bigger than, thai
at Millside. A. D. McKae, president
oi the company, Btatei that it lias not
yet  been decided    whether the new
mill shall be used for th.' Cutting Of
cedar alone, or for general work.
Thai   it   will he erected is. however, a
'certainty.
Tbe lumber company has purcha eel
; land along tbe river In the neighborhood of ibis cltj city to the value "I
|36O,O0O0 all told.
*om(|
rather  than
Lived In Chicago 76 Years.
Chicago. Nov. 22.���Ml* Uosanl
I Bond Holmes, who Is thought to have
! resided in Chicago longer than any
1 other person, died yesterday after-
i noon at
Holmes.
years.
Ihe  home  of  her son.  John
She    had     lived    here  76
SIR CHAS. HIBBERT TUPPER
Will speak to the
ELECTORS
At St. Patrick's Hall, New
Westminster
Wednesday Next, November 24, at 8 P. M.
SUBJECT���"The   Railway Policy of the Provincial Government."
Vincenl   Prasoloskl,  ihe  Pole con-
I ol  ,    , uy, was sentenced yesterdaj bj Judge Howay In the county
to twi nty-two months' Imprisonment dating from September 8, the
dati  ut liis am st.
May   Be   Appealed.
The case has been fraught with pe-
incidi als, an.l ii is possible
will vet he appealed to the ministe,
ei Justice a, Ottawa. The case was
imal sniiie weeks ago, and adjourned
in order to appeal several points Oi
law raised bj Ihe counsel for the de
fence, E. B. itoss, of Vancouver. The
appeal was to have come before the
appeal coun on a certain date, but
when that date arrived the court of
appeal had not yet been formed.
Yesterdaj the ease again came bac'.v
in the county court and Mr. Ross
claimed the light to further adjournment pending the decision of the appeal court. Judge Howay replied
lhat he could have passed sentence
ai ihe. time e>f the trial, it was a mat-
'. i ei discretion. He had nothing to
ilo with the appeal. He bad adjourned
the case io a certain date and believed that ha had the right to do now
what he could have done before,
Mr. Ross remarked that he had
been depending on the carrying out
oi the order ol the court. He could
obtain affidavits in favor of the prisoner, hut i ould nol get them at a
day's notice.
His honor remarked tliat th" court
of   appeal   had   nm   >ei   1 ii   foi meel
ami mighl  never he formed for all le
knew.
Passed Sentence.
W. Norman Hole. K. C, for th''
crown, reminded Mr, Uoss that if ta.
case wie adjourned it would permit
ihe bringing oi . \ Idence b io the for-
mer had. character of the prisoner.
Mr. Ross i.'plied lhal this furthei
complicated the mallei. Judge Howay
immediately   Interposed   that he did
(Continued  on   Page  Four).
Aldermen Adams and Gray
Will Lay City's Case Before the Cabinet.
PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT
AT CAMPAIGN'S CLOSE
THE CITY COUNCIL
HOLDS SHORT SESSION
������������������������������������������������������
* Fire  Starts Again.
* Cherry.  III..  Nov. 22.���I'p to
+ a hue hour this afterno ���    no
* more   men     had     been    taken
* alive from  the mine, hut   forty
* more  bodies  had    heen   recov-
* ered. The flames are breaking
* oul  again  and  fears are enter-
* lained  I'm   those still alive  in
* the mine.
���
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Alderman Gray wil) accompany Alderman Adams and City Solicitor
McQuarrii ,,, their trip to Ottawa to
laj ihe Coquitlam dam ease before
thi   i xecutlve,
The city council came to that conclusion lasi night when Alderman
Adams asked for help. Mr. Adams
Bald thai he was quite willing to take
ibe responsibility on his own shoulders, hut thought tbat thc luterests
ot the city demanded a laiger deputation. The rest of the council seemed lo he of the same opinion and Alderman Smith moved tha, Alderman
dray be appointed to accompany Alderman Adams. "Do you want to
go, Alderman Gray?" asked the
mayor. "I will be free to go," replied Mr. Cray. The motion carried
without  discussion.
A Bpecial meeting of the council
will be held on Wednesday afternoon
when Alderman Adams will set forth
his plans io the city fathers. The
mi eting will not be open to the public, it i�� the intention of the delegates lo leave here on Thursday. preBenl   their  ease  at   Ottawa  ou  lleooni-
bei 1. and return home in time to vote
eii iia  municipal elections.
Jews Fight White Slave Trade.
New York. Nov. 22.���"White Slave"
traffic was discussed yesterday at a
meeting ol the central conference ol
American rabbis In this , ii>. Rabbi
Solomon Foster, in an exhaustive
paper on "The Workingi an and 'he
Synagogue," faced ihe issm  raised by
tile' li i eill 'while Blave ' articles. "It
\\e idle to deny and cowardly noi
to laee the charges brought," he declared. "There are among oui people, or among those born oi oui people, some who are connected with
Ihis heinous traffic. 1 do not believe
from the statistics i havi been able
to compile thiii they aie in such number as some receni statements would
lead the public to belli vi . but wo
musl he on the alert and let it he oui
blessed task to hum out from our
ii.iii ei this dreadful stain."
AMERICAN GOODS
DUMPED IN CANADA
Welsh  Manufacturers   Complain That
Pittsburg is Dumping Tin Plate
in Canada.
London. Nov. 22��� South Wales Titi
Plate manufacturers are being severely hit hy the American dumping
of lln plates in Canada now thai Mr.
Fielding has suspended the antidumping clause.
Last week Pittsburg tin plate makers seemed the biggest order for
many years, 80,000 boxes of a value
of about |20,000 from the eai neries
company at Slmcoe, Ontario, ai a
price ,,f ten cents p ir box below the
British price.
Dumping is proved by the fact that
the pi ice of Pittsburg makers was
more than 60 cents above the British
price delivered at Blmcoe, Pittsburg a
aim is thought, to be to kill British
competition in Canada, the,, having
not the trade in Its grip to push tlie
price as done In the British wire nail
and other trades.
Two   Hurt   in   Auto  Smash.
Mexico cily. Nov. 22.���An automobile  driven   by   Hecto.   Casosus,  son
of the funnel amabssador lo the United Slates. Joaquin Casosus. collided
with another machine last night.
Young Casosus suffered a broken collar leoiu ami C 11 Rathborn, of Tarn-
piCO, was seriously injured. Tiie machine, when making fifty mileB au
hour, veiled, upset a baby carriage.
and crashed  into another car.
COHAN PRODUCTION
MAKES A DIG HIT
Fullest    House    of    the  Season  Sees
Forty-Five   Minutes   From   Broadway at Opera  House.
Indications   Are   That   Aid.   Johnston
Will Be Returned By Large
Majority.
Over forty Liberal workers met in
the rooms of the New Westminster
Liberal association in the Daily News
block yesterday evening and Put in
a hard evening's work in the interests of candidate Alderman Johnston.
Ki ports of a most, encouraging nature
were presented in the course of the
evening.
As tlie date of the elections draws
near lt becames more and more apparent that ihe electors of the province are fully awake to the dangerous
nature of the railway policy pm forth
by Premier McBrlde and a portion of
his Cabinet and it is now assured
that the vote on Thursday will not
be cast according to part> preferences. The best element among the
electors bave at last decided to sink
their party attachments in the Interests of tbe province, and Alderman
Johnston, and in fact all the BUpport-
ers of John Oliver's railway policy
throughout ihe province, have been
promised tlie support not only of Liberals but of many who still consider
themselves Conservatives but who refuse to follow Premier McBride.
Yesterday evening's meeting will
in- practically the last of the evening
rallies which have been nightly fixtures at the clubrooms for the past
two or three weeks.
This evening tlie electors of the
city will have the opportunity of
hearing the alderman candidate make
bis personal appeal, and also of hearing Duncan Ross and F. C. Wade, K.
C, contrast the policies of tiie government and opposition in tlu Opera
House.
Tomorrow evening Sir Charles
Hihbert Tupper will speak from the
plai form of St. Patrick's hall on the
railwa} policy of the government and
all electors of.no matter whal political persuasion will be anxious to hear
the views of Ihis well known politi
clan  on  the question.
Aldermen Were Not ong
Detained By Busing Yesterday Evening.    5
LIBERALS RETAIN
HOLD ON COUNTRY
Imperial Government Will
Be Returned at Coming
Elections in Eugland.
LOCAL  OPTION  ESSAYS.
Names of Winners To Be Announced
This Evening.
At a meeting of the W. C. T. U.
held vesterday the school children s
essays on local option were read ami
the prize winners selected. ""'|p
were lal. essays handed in. and ot
these '.) were selected as being worthy
of sharing in the prizes. The essays were divided into thtae grades,
those from tbe High School, the entrance class and the third and fomtn
grades in the public, schools. ' ��,p
prizes were allotted to each class.
The names of the winners have not
yet. been made public.
Tonight in St. George's hall tne
successful competitors will be presented with the prizes and the essays
will be read, after which a good musical  program has been provided.
The committee, who had charge oi
the printing and distribution of tne
local option badges last Sunday reported tbat although ihey had MOT
printed the supply was quite Insufficient.
The biggest audience tliat has paid
its way into the Opera House this
season witnessed the production of
"Forty-live. Minutes from ltroadwny"
at the local theatre yesterday evening, This is the I'nsi lime that
George M. Cohan's big hit lias appeared in this city imi its reputation
bad quite evidently preceded it. and
all the playgoers of New Westminster
were on hand to welcome Mary ami
Kid Hums.
And they were nol  disappointed.  In
the six or more seastns which it lias
seen   on   the  stage  this  curious  mix- j
ture  of  musical  comedy  and   popular j
melodrama appears to have lost none
of its pristine freshness.    Yesterday's
production was tip to the requirements in every way. tlie scenery was
good, costumes excellent, and the la-1
dies who wore them in the choruses
quite sufficiently attractive to make
the audience wish that tbey could
have seen a little more of them.
The   main . attractions,    however,
were ('hurley Hrown In the role of j
Kid Munis, ex-prize fighter and Broadway roamer, and Elizabeth Drew,
as Mary Jane Jenkins, the housemaid. |
Charley Brown displayed all the inimitable traits that made hlm such a
favorite In Uttle Johnny Jones, and
scored a big bit with the audience.
Miss Drew, so long as she refrained
from song made a most admirable
"slavvey." She ls a remarkably
clever little actress, but It Is only
charitable to hope that she was suffering from a cold yesterday.
The remaining characters were all
well sustained, but only served as a
background to the two principals. The
chorus was well trained and Its sobriety both in dress and deportment
was distinctly relieving after the
gambols of the usual thing.
The musical numbers were well received by the audience, "So Long.
Mary," ln particular, making a big
hit. It would have made a bigger
one had lt not been for that cold of
Miss Drew's.
London. Nov. 22.���The United
Kingdom is more absorbed in politics
now than for many years, and Hie
coming week will see the culmination of the fierce warfare over the
budget.
The house cd' lords is expected '"
vole Thursday on Lord Lansdowne's
resolution calling for the rejection of
the budget. Most of tlie leaders in
the upper house will speak. Lord
Uoseberry's efforts for the Conservatives and those of the Karl of Salisbury for tlie Liberals are awaited
with the most Interest. Probably
ihe largest numbei of lords will be
mustered to vote since the rejection
of home rule. About 460 are likely
to be assembled, and uol pore than
one-quarter of these will support the
budget.
Most of tbe politicians predict tliat
when the question goes before the
people at the general elections in January It will be Impossible to wipe out
tlie great Liberal majority and that
tlie Liberal governmenl will be returned bul with a comparatively
small majority. The betting at
Lloyd's is three to one in favor of
lhe Liberals Liberal leaders declare
lhat tln> issue is whether the henili
tary chamber shall rule the country.
The city council almorj aiade a
speed record last night & en they
transacted a goodly mm:*? of btmi-
ness and adjourned at 10 p. in. Everything went off with mathematical!
precision, there were practically no
jokes cracked and no wearisome <tepH
Utations to mar the serenity of a
quiet evening. Those present ware
Mayor Keary and Aldermen Henley.
Smith, Adams, Jardine and Gray. Owing to the illnesB of City Clerk t>mt-
can. Assessor McQuarrie performcil
tlie duties of city clerk in his absence.
the former not being able to be pre*
ent on account of illness. No.U��iiig
very interesting transpired in the
correspondence, which was quickly
disposed of.
Aid. Henley's Pun.
A petition was presented asking,
for a sidewalk on tne south sidi.> erf
luw Btreet from Sixth street to McKenzie street, and tnat the name ot
the street be changed. "Dr. Drew
doesn i warn liis name confused with
tiie street," said tlie mayor. "True,"
remarked Alderman Henley, to the
dismay ot thc rest of the council. Tfte
petition was referred to the board of
works.
11. A. Adams, manager of the Merchants hank, seni in a letter stating
that he thought his ban a was not entitled to paj six months trade license
when they had only been open f<w
business hei _ ahoiii three months. A
rei und was refused, no precedeni being found lor graining it.
Wm. Mei ier wrote asking lhe council io open up Carroll street to enable him to get building material to
bis lot. Referred to the board of
works.
Mis. Robert Curnow asked theeo'iiT-
Cll io open up . .elvin streei between
Twelfth and Thirteenth Btreets. Re-
ferred to the board of works.
Plans   Submitted.
F. J. Hart sent in blue pr'nts of
the subdivision of the south half trf
lot 11, subdivision block 14. asking
for yieir approval. The plans will ix?
approved if found correct
A communication was receive*
from Jos. Osborne asking for a street
llghl somewhere on Kn \_ streel Mr.
Osborne intimated tliat this waa tite
second time of asking. Referred to
light committee.
Mr. C.  B.  Fowler, president of tbe
(Continued on Page Nine.)
WIRELESS APPARATUS
TO SET AIR-BRAKES
New  Invention  Will   Stop  Train Tw*
Miles Away From the  Point of
Danger.
Explosion Injures Miners.
Mai I in's Ferry. ().. Nov. 22.���A few
minutes before the night shift entered the Florence mine of the Ynugh
ioglieny & Ohio Coal Co. near ftere,
lasl night, fire damp exploded with
terrific force, burning six miners who
were in adavnee of the main force.
The men were rescued by comrades,
but all probably will die. Tbe mine
was  badly damaged.
New York. Nov. 22.���The Erie railroad tested a wireless telephone ye*-
terilay, which, it is believed, will not
only make telephonic communication
witli distant points possible for train
passeUgefs, hut wlll act also as ae
automatic brake for trains which are
entering uopn a danger zone covering iwo miles ahead. The contrivance
is much like an ordinary telephone.
It is operated by the engineer and
is suspended In tlle locomotive cn_.
The current is provided by means of a
third  rail.
The tesl train was run dose to a
local yesterday, and when it reached
the danger '"'lie the air was automatically cut off and tlie train brought
to a standstill within sixty feet, despite the faei that the engineer waa
holding the valve open. The trafn
was moving at about twenty-five miles
an hour and there was no jar In the
stopping.
Electors of New Westminster:
HEAR
F.   C.   WADE,   K.   C.
DUNCAN   ROSS
and the
Liberal Candidate
ALDERMAN   JOHNSTON
At the OPERA HOUSE     TONIGHT.
Invited.
Ladies   Cordially
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF    THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladles and Gentlemen.���ln response to several large and influential requisitions front the electors of
the City of New Westminster, asking
me to again offer myself for the mayoralty, in view of the extensive public improvements now in hand, and
proposed for the coming year, I feel
It my duty to accede to the wishes
of the electors in the premises, and
will therefore offer myself as a candidate at the forthcoming elections.
As previously announced, it was
my intention to withdraw from civic
politics at the end of the present
term, but the urgent wish of so many
of the electors that I should continue
in ofhce until the improvement program, with which 1 am familiar In
every detail, is carried out. compels
me to bow to their wishes, and again
seek your suffrages.
If elected I pledge myself to devote
my very best energies toward protecting the welfare of the city, to
maintain the principles of civic government, and in every other possible
way advance the interests of our
city.
Thanking    you.    ladies   nnd gentlemen, for your generous support in the
past, and respectfully  soliciting your
votes and Influence, I am,
Yours very incerely,
W. H.  KEARY.     i
New    Westminst''-     B.  C,  Nov.
1909.
Railway Time Tables i
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Dty Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5; 50, 6:50, 7:20 and S:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., aud every half hour thereafter until  11:00 .p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at S:00 and .*:0u a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 2:00 a.m., and every halt
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Las:
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie,  Local   Manager,  Nc.
Westminster.
TUESDAY, N0VEMBER
What Would
Be More
Appropriate
FOR A HOLIDAY PRESENT
THAN ONE OF OUR PIANOS
OR ONE OF OUR ORGANS,
AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH.
A VICTOR OR BERLINER
GRAMOPHONE. SINGER SEWING MACHINE, ALL ON EASY
TERMS IF DESIRED. WE1
HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE
CONSIGNMENT OF VIOLINS,
GUITARS, MANDOLINS AND
CASES.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK IS
COMPLETE. A CALL WILL
CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Classified
WANTED���A GIRL TO DO GENBR-
al housework. Apply Mrs. T. J.
Armstrong. 89 Sixth street, City.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO   LET���A  COMFORTABLE    BED-
room for single gentleman on Royal avenue, near car. Address A.
D.,   News Oflice.
TO  LET���TWO    OR    THREE  FUR-
nished housekeeping rooms, furnace, etc. Apply 'JIT Fifth' avenue.
THE PEARSON BLBOTBIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phono 331, P. O. Box 928.
Great   Northern   Railway.
Seattle
N.W.  S:50 a.m.:
ar.
3:35
N. W. 11  a.m.
TO THE   ELECTORS  OF  THE  CITY
OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���A! the ''��-
quest of a very large number of citizens and ratepayers I consented to
allow my name to be submitted to the
people for their support as Mayor of
New Westminster for the year 1910.
My policy has been. is. and wil] be
wholly one of progress and in the interests of all the people of New Westminster. I will discuss issues through
the campaign and ask your careful
consideration of all questions.
Polling day December lath. 1909.
JOHN A. LEE.
-v.
jp.in
Lv.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.;  ar. Seatt
i p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m
am,
;Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m
p.m.
Lv,  Seattle 4:3
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  ar.  N.W. 6:25
p.m.
ar.   Seattle 3:55
9:4u
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.;  ar. N. W. 9:30
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
LOST.
, RED AND WHITE SET-
ti i dog, named Joe. anj persons
. the dog in their possession
ai'ii r i liis notice will be prosecuted.
G P. Dillon, veterinary Burgeon,
No. l Fire Hall, city!
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.'
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FREEMAN     BUNTlNn
Guichon block,    p ��
n    R00M
��- Box 694
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPHY
sera t r���
.    mc      I'rovln
lumbia street
Phone
.    AND
office, r*8
^^^^ FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie s:reets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
FOR TI
ceries,
Supply
REST VALUE IN (ilio-
phone 386. The Pure hood
Grocery, P. o. Box 811.
GALVIN, LADIES'   .\\i,  ,,rv.
'"ring.      A new   ig^ttt
\��*i^ in. Button ni-it��\im
'ng and repairing w , fb ?re8&
blOCk.     Entrance.  626 '' *""">
and 264 Clarkson st"iSSjft*
FOUND���A ROLL OF BILLS ON
Friday night by .1. L. Mclnnes.
Owner may obtain same from Mr.
.Mclnnes at the police station, on
payment of cost of this advertisement.
KING   UP    250    FOR
smart   turnout.     The
hies.
HACKS  AND
Fashion   Sta-
���
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. CoasfSS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To   Victoria���Daily  at   1:30  p.m.
To Alaska���November 23, ll  p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���November 18.
To Nanaimo, Union. Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; .Monday, 11 p.m.
To Nanalmo���Daily at 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser river to Chiiliwack
and way points���Steamer Bea ��� I
lea es Westminster at 8 a.m. on j
Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning, leaves Chiiliwack at 7 a.m.
cn Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For further particulars call or ad-',
' dress
ED. GOULET, Agent,
Ni w Westmii   e
or
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen.  Pass.  Agent,
Vancouvei   B. C.
Sentt0n Approval A
To Responsible People   ' ��(Mi,��J
Laughlin j��|-
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
���FAe InK Pencil
Vour Choice of
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New West- j
minsier post office, the hour given In
each .case  being the nour of closing, i
which ia half an hour, as -a rule, be-j
fore the actual  despatch.    Ail  mails,
unless otherwise stai>.d. are desparnn-
ed and received daily except Sunday.
The   only   mails   dispatched   and   re
celved Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. R. vast mails, not including
the   way   mails,     Sapperton,     Eraser
Mills and Coqultlam.
FOUND���A SMALL SUM OF MON-
i y on corner of Fourth street and
St. George street. Owner can
have same bv applying to Mrs. W.
R.  Gilley. 268-tf.
machine works.
Ithe schaake machine works.
Limited, Front street. New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery.
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
���WESTMINSTER
Co    bank, oillce _V.'7T^
cabinet,  stair,    shi   , ,       :f^s-
and detal] work.    Des
mates   furnish, 1.     ,    ��" ��n* ���*
prietor.     Work ���  cpiX^fe   ;;r��-
and car line.     ... ,,    ./y/^
473.
lJtione
r
Mails Despatched.
$
These
Two
Popular
Articles
for onl��
BiL-.re
(<_*\
Trade Marks
Designs
^^^^^^^^       Copyrights Ac.
ATiTonepfpnrtlnd anicn-U and t-.p.rri-:lan mny
)u_cklT asi-eartftir. our optolon efree wnethCT nn
iuTentlna ia probably patentable^ Communtca.
tlfeiiiBtrlctlyrnnBdnaiinl. HANDBOOK on r.i(����ti
lent tree. Oiliest aeon,-. 1or aecurtna patei :s.
patent* taken tSranfb Mumi _ Co. rtcelvo
special notira, without cbfirce, In tho
y z Jean.
A handsomely UluBtratv-i weekly.   Larsott circulation of any nctemitic Journal.   Tflrtji fcT
U&1.&, *.U5 & year, postage prepaid   Bold by
Scfatflfic
& handsomely illu.itn
dilation of any pctpi
janwla, *.i.75 _ year, j	
iiiuilCo.86'6-^ New York
Branch Offloe. &b K BU Waabuvtun. D. CL
liiistrations :* . Exact Su.
Every j-- d
full M Kt. SclidGd  I
l haii'l may be h�� .
I in   ether   ou r   Bl
black opaque path ��� ������   01
Non-bi
1 nt. ;-.s desired, either in
plain or engraved finish,
as preferred!
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if ] DO I fii       '���     ��� 1 ���   ' ��� U
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1*4 carried   tn   ar.y  i  ���
; - * ���   1 il   pp_D| bar,'* tittn ^��
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point, pollibad ralea ��� 1 ��� ��� ��� ��� -
ratu. terr* c-^tta fin iih. P��-t%-'
mrywhan fr.r IL90, ifatt
v,*.n_*i Writ�� t'-r U-m_ Wtiie
Maye    ' lest J-.-.1 for.'rt        k&tlti *���
I�� Laughlin Mfg. Co.1
Mi'eslic Bldg..
Detroit. Mick
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
0:00 a-iu- (closed at eleven o'ciocK
ithe previous niyi.tj���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.ui.���Vancouver and N'ictoria via
D. C.  l-.lvctric railwa;..
First C. P. I.   east taking all points
least including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboistord and dls-
i trict, Clay burn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are des-
j patched b.v way of Vancouver.
I S a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all l". S. points ea.-t and soutn;
land Hall's Prairie. Fernviii.a an! Ha-/.
lelmere, on Tueesdays, Thia slay.--, and
5 itur :.e>.-.
All Surrey malls are received from
i'a .  rdale, exc< pt  Hall's Prairie, Ha-
md Fi rnridge, which arrive on
the  Port  Guichon   train  on   Tue   laj
Thursdays   and   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.��� Vancouver, Victoria
Central Park, via Ii. C. Electric Rail-
u aj.
12:30 p.m.���Strawoerry    Hi.), Tim-
tnd  and  Sout.'i   Westminster,  by
leourier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaoy, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (.Summer muntns close at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and Suu-
ibury, daily except Sunday; W(JOdwai 1.
'Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mail despatched and received via Vancouvi rj
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. It. north.
:. p.m.���Cloverdale, NIoomekl, and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyn������.
hbiul on Tuesday aud Friday; Bon Accord. Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnariy
lake, via B. C. Klertrlc Railway. Saturday an extra mall i�� despatched to
Victoria via  Vancouver at this  hour
Blaine and Seattle, including all l1
S. points east and south, via G. X. K i
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east. Fra-1
ser Mills. This mail takes the foi- i
lowing local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilli
wack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz
Lytton, Lillooet, Spencees' Bridge, Sir
ola and district, and all points vast
ex<?ept Kootenays.
FOR   RENT.
Fui: RENT���A GOOD STABLE, $3 A i
month.     321 Third avenue.    Phone
R468.
R.  C.  MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
HOUSES  TO  RENT���WE    HAVE  A
number of clients for houses to
lent. Any one having same would
do well to call upon McAdam &
Irwin. 714  Columbia.
I
I
L
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth,
Phone 105 P. o. Box 345
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house  painting,  kalsomlnlng,  paper
hanging    and    decorating.      Sixtn
street,  New Westminster.
SKATE
AT THE
FOR    SALE���
Drive,  West
twei n
e'i-.'ff.      ^^^^^
$225 cash, balanci
Apply  P.  O.   Box
lots  o:
Knd.  closi    i ,
RIVER
an I   be-
Eburne tram and Vancouver
53x125    each.    $550    each;
6, 12, is months.
565,  City.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner   W   E
city
Martin.   Mu-.   Bac,
will bring hlm
PYTHIAN
REAL   ESTATE
HAVE BUYERS FOR PROPERTY
In any pari of \v. stminster or Burnaby;     also    en    Chiiliwack   line.
Owners only. Give full particulars,
P- O. Box   142, New  Westininster.
Ladies    purchasing    skate   ..
A  line j during the  month  of  Novel her will
' receive a ticket entitling thi
chance rm a gold watch,   Drawla
take place NOVEMBER 30. II
to
WESTMIN8TER PRESS Fall. EVKKY
kind of job printing. Midget looTO
l.af ledg��rs; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 14^- Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
WHITE,  SMILES &  CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and  suoiirban   property
200 Columbia Btreet.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL ES-
tate ��nd insurance. Phone 335, TSti
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B, Brown, manager, P. O. Box
Tint},   phone  3S4.
RESTAURANTS.
[KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &    CAFE
Tickets,   21   meals  tor  $4.      Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night     Opposite tram office,
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BEY ANL SELL FURNITURE
and all k'nds of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
ffftflfi
lf,~~    Y- j
ruj
CAW
%.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. 741
Ceil umbia street.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
at ie, real eestate, etc.. ls located for
tie present at the offlce of the Settlor;' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
CRYSTAL   THEATRE.   702   COLUM-
bia     street. Flrw-class     moving
pictures; Illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
You  wi.l  fmd  ;t  to
t< arrange your booking ai
whether you Inti nd to trai
ng for y��ur friends.
From  Montreal and Quebec.
Empress  of   Britain   from  St. John,
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and particular.- apply to
E. QOULET.
C. P. R. Agent.
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
Malls   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in
eluding all U. S. points, via G. N. H
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway,
9:00 to 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladn-.r, fort
Guichon, Westham Islami and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first (rain) !
Sapperton,  Fraser  Mills  and  Cocjuit- j
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND AC-
countant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
hlock.      P. O.  Box 795.
THE EDISON THEATRE, COKNEH
Columbia and Klghtfi. High-Claw
moving pictures, illustrate,! songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
IT  PAYS  TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
S. S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will ieatfl
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner West
ham Island and way ports, returning
to New Westminster on following
day. Saturday, returning same evening.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston as
business warrants.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
P'y to ROBERT JARDINK.
Manager.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. It 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITiOUT,
Hall-Lavery Block.
P* ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
tor cleaning.      D. McFlroy, Tel. 100
Chest Protectors
at all prices
���
AT
Central Park
lam   ^^^^^^^^^^
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver
and Prater Arm.        ee^i^^^^^^^^
2.:ao nn/~niRt burnaby, by courier
l'-_0 V'Z~n'!Tqulthlm- "y courier.
i Ji     l\m--niaino and    Seattle   in
finding all it. g. Il0lnt8 ue' ln'
9-'40   P-m.-Seeond   Mall   easl    ani
Fraser Mills.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP'
R.    J.    McNeil.      Over    T.    Ovens'
blacksmith  shop  on  Eighth  street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
| Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
*yeee***eeeee****ee****ee*ee*ie ************** *******
���
���
���
���
���
DRESSMAKING
and Waists. 728
- BUITS,   SKIRTS, j
Royal avenue. 204-6
PHONE
Columbia   Street.
I MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
The  Morning Paper.
NEWS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers aiid dyers, 346 Columbia street,
phone R278. The pl-ace where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
llbre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
FROM SOUP TO COffff
the dinners we serve are prepared
with care and discrimination. >>e
exercise good judgment in buying, ln
cooking, ln laving viands before you.
We have no apology to make for OUI
place or what we supply. We ree
sure you will commend our OM���
methods and prices when you llln
or sup at
KENNY'S
739
COLUMBIA   STREET,
TRAM   OFFICE.
OPP- iesdav,
NOVEMBER 23, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Businesses.
HOTEL   RUSSELL
Carnarvon, Begbie and Alexandra Streets.
PITT   LAKE    BRICK    AND
CEMENT   CO.,   LTD.
Offices Northern Crown  Bek.
TIMBER   LIMITS
Offices Northern Crown Ilk.
E. J. FADER
Head Office: Northern Crown Bank.
Businesses.
GROCERIES
Opp.  Russell  Hotel.
FINANCIAL BROKERAGE
Offices Northern Crown Bk.
REAL ESTATE
Offices Northern Crown Bk.
TELEPHONE 295.
P. 0. BOX 249.
E. J. Fader, proprietor of the Russell Hotel, has recently added a grocery business to
his many undertakings. The new stores are facing the Russell Hotel on Carnarvon
street, forming part of the Odd Fellows Block. The stores are perhaps the best
adapted to the grocery business in the city; the entire flooring being of concrete, mice
and other rodents are unable to penetrate. The stock is entirely new, the best and
purest of every line only being kept, and the prices, as shown below, are impossible to
beat. Since starting business in the Royal City E. J. Fader has spent hundreds of
thousands of dollars in salaries, and confidently looks forward to his store being strongly
patronized by not only the business men of the city, but by all careful housewives looking for the best as well as the cheapest.
Attention is also drawn to the Pitt Lake Brick, Real Estate and Timber propositions,
and Machinery.
E.   J.   PADER GROCERY
Telephone   97
Odd Fellows Block, Eighth and Carnarvon Streets.
Others are saving money by buying their groceries here.  Why shouldn't you?
CREAMERY  BUTTER-
;; pounds for	
.$1.00
COOKING BUTTER-
Per pound  ...   ���
,25c
EGGS���
2 dozen for
ROWAT'S  MIXED  PICKLES-
Per bottle     ������
.$1.00
..15c
COOKING APPLES���
Per pound   	
.5c
WHEATLETS���
Fi-pound package   .   ...   	
CANADIAN OR CARNATION  WHEAT FLAKES-
3 packages for       	
PEELS,  LEMON  AND ORANQE���
2 pounds 	
CHOICE CLEANED CURRANTS���
3 pounds for       	
CHOICE SEEDED RAISINS���
16-Ounoe packages.     3 packages for	
..25c
.$1.00
..25c
,25c
..25c
SULTANA   RAISINS-
3 pounds for ...
-25c
I'OILET SOAP���
Dozen cakes
.25c
FADER'S SPECIAL CEYLON TEA���
3 pounds for  	
.$1.00
FADER'S SPECIAL COFFEE���    (Fresh Ground)
3 pounds for   	
.$1.00
Other lines just as low; these are our regular prices. You will
get the goods exactly as advertised. Buy all your Groceries here
and   save   money.
Crockery and Glassware.
As we do not Intend to carry this  line,  we  are  clearing lt
out AT COST, and some lines even less than cost.
SEE OUR DINNER SETS FOR $12.50.      IF    YOU    REQUIRE
ONE YOU WILL BUY.
PROMPT DELIVERY.
TELEPHONE 97.
The Pitt Lake Brick and Cement Co.
la placing on the market building brick that ^9, competition We will be pleased to show you samples ot both face
ftnd'common brick and to quote  prices.
We will deliver the goods  in large or small lots at short
notice.
OFFICE   248   COLUMBIA   ST. TELEPHONE   295.     P.   O.   BOX   249.
Inside Property.
Come and have a look at a block of city property, comprising thirty lots, that I will sell for $7500. The terms are
easy and the property good.
��� E. J. FADER,
Offices:   Northern Crown Bank.
The Hotel Russell
Proprietor, E. J. FADER.
\w WESTMINSTER'S GREATEST ASSETS  IS THE  HANDSOME  BUILDING   KNOWN  AS  THE   HOTEL    RUSSELL.      MAG-
ONE OF NEWWtt. equal OF ANY HOTEL ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE.      NOT AS LARGE AS THE VANCOUVER HOTEL
N.F.CENTLY  FURNISHED,_|T   S THgM, ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ SAMj_ ^^
OR THE EMPRESS OP v'j^M S'UITE8 W)TH  BATH AND RETIRING   ROOMS,  SPLENDID   DINING  HALL  AND     BILLIARD     ROOMS,  WHILE
-  nD^wmG AND8 READING  ROOMS ARE FITTED TO EVERY INEED.
THE MAWIN^AND R jj  pRQBf<BLy ^ pINEST 0N THE COAST.
PAGE THREE.
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JTUESDAY, N0VEMBER
TO  THE    RATEPAYERS  OF    THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladles and Gentlemen,���In response to several large and influential requisitions Irom tlie electors of
the City of New Westminster, asking
me to again offer myself for the mayoralty, in view of the extensive public improvements now in hand, and
propos-sd for the coming year, I feel
It my duty to accede to the wishes
of the electors in the premises, .and
Will therefore offer myself as a candidate at the forthcoming elections.
As previously announced, it was
my intention to withdraw from civic
politics at the end of the present
term, but the urgent wish of so many
of the electors that I should continue
in office until the improvemenl program, with which I am familiar in
every dela.il, is carried out. compels
me to bow to their wishes, ancl again
seek your suffrages.
If elected I pledge myself to devote
my very best energies toward protecting the welfare of the city, to
maintain the principles Of civic government, and in every other possible
way advance the interests of our
city.
Thanking   you,   ladies   and gentlemen, for your generous support in the
pasl, and respectfully soliciting your
voles and Influence, I am,
Yours very incerely,
W.  II. KEARY.
New Westminster. H. C, Nov. -1.
1909.
TO THE  ELECTORS  OF THE  CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Railway Time Tables _
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., aud every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
S:00 a.m., aud every half hour thereafter until 11:00 y.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 ancl D:0u a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 2:00 a.m., and every halt
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lasi
car 11:00 p.m.
0. J.  McQuarrie, Local Manager, Nev.
Westminster.
Great   Northern  Railway.
N.W.  8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:
Ladies and Gentlemen.���At the request of a very large number of citizens and ratepayers 1 consented to
allow my name to be submitted to the
people for Iheir support as Mayoi' of
New Westminster for the year 1010.
.My policy has been. is. and wil] be
wholly one of progress and In the interests of all the people of New Westminster. I will discuss issues through
the campaign and ask your careful
consideration of all questions,
Polling day December 13th, 1009.
JOHN A. LEE.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coasl SS, Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To   Victoria���Daily   at   1:30  p.m.
To Alaska���November 23. II  p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���November 18.
To Nanaimo. I'nion, Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Monday, 11 p.m.
To Nanaimo -Dally at 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser river to Chiiliwack
and way points���Steamer Heaver
leaves Westminster at 8 a.m. on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, retu -ning. leaves Chiiliwack ai 7 a.m.
an Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For   further  particulars  call   or ad-
ED. QOULET, Agent,
New Westminster.
or
C. II. POSTER,
Asst. Gen.  Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
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cure for tb tn    -11 -  a
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Pointier lln, Sn ink   iK���,.,     .,
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e ������  carrli .1   tn   any poaltie
l"ek' ��� oi ,', ip] In| inr. write, et
any   attfle at firbt touob.    llsli
i   en   liprlng)   f i.   Iridium
point, poliahed vulcanized nitiN.r
ra.e. tetra cntta Imish. Ilelai
everywhere tor 13.30. AkctU,
wante.l ITrlW for 1,'riiu, Writ,
now "Icit jro0 foritet."    Addruai
* Laughlin Mfg. Co.'
Maiestle Bldg..
Detroit. Minh
What Would
Be More
Appropriate
FOR A HOLIDAY PRESENT
THAN ONE OF .OUR PIANOS
OR ONE OF OUR ORGANS,
AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH,
A VICTOR OR BERLINER
GRAMOPHONE, SINGER SEWING MACHINE, ALL ON EASY
TERMS IF DESIRED. WE
HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE
CONSIGNMENT OF VIOLINS,
GUITARS, MANDOLINS AND
CASES.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK IS
COMPLETE. A CALL WILL
CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Classified   Advertisem
WANTED���A GIKL TO DO GBNER-
al housework. Apply Mrs. T. J.
Armstrong, 89 Sixth street, City.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
T0 uot���A COMFORTABLE BED-
room for single gentleman on Royal avenue, near car. Address A.
])., Xews Offlce.
T0 LET���TWO    OK    THREE FUR-
nislied housekeeping rooms, furnace, etc. Apply C.U7 Fifth avenue.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LOST
LOST���A RED AND WHITE SET-
ter dog, named Joe, any prisons
having the dog in their possession
after this aotice "ill be prosecuted,
il. p. Dillon, veterinary surgeon,
No. 1 Fire Hall, city!
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures aad supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie ��t.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
���"OR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone :i86. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P, O. Hox 811.
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given In
each case being tlie nour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a i'ule, he-
fore the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despaired anil received dally except Sund.iy.
The only mails dispatched and re
ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. It. vast mails, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, FraBer
Mills and Coquitlam.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
I
P.
HO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef,
Pork
Mutton, Veal,
and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
******* ttt********..............*...........^
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
Mails Despatched.
C:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
S a.m.���Vancouvei- and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. K. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboisiord and district, Claybum and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8   a.m.���Blaine     and     Seattle,     Including all U. S. points east and sou n;
md Hall's Prairie. Fernridge and Haz-
[elmere; on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
zelmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays   and   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via 12. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawoerry Hill, Tim-
berland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tin sday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East BurnaDy, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, iby courier.
2:(H) p.m. (Summer montns ciose at
2: UU except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and Sunbury, daily except Sunday; WoOdwai-d,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mail despatched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nieomekl, and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesdav,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyria.
he;id on Tuesday aud Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnany
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway, Saturday an extra mall Is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour
Blaine and Seattle, Including all U.
S. points east and south, via G. N K
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, l''ra
ser Mills. This mail takes the foi-
lowing local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Ham
mond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilli
wack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agaaelz,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spences' Bridge, NIc
ola and district, and all points ast
exce-pt Kootenays.
FOUND.
POUND���A ROLL OF BILLS ON
Friday night by J. L. Mclnnes.
Owner may obtain same from Mr.
.Mclnnes al the police station, on
payment of cost of this advertisement.
FOUND���A SMALL SUM OF MON-
ey on corner of Fourth street and
St. George street. Owner can
have same by applying to Mrs. \\b
It.  Gilley. 268-tf. |
LIVERY  STABLE.
KING UP 250 FOU HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
TYPEW
RlTlNo
FREEMAN
-UUBHOAN     BUNTIVp     ���
Guichon block,     p* A" ��R0��M   7
r' ��. Dox 694.
CUSTOM      STRNo^T"^
Typewriting, co,,   ^       A.vD
"^      Proving   'J!"slne��*
lettei
lumbia street.
Phone 62
oillct.,
GALVIN, LADIES' AND um__
Oftog. Anew l��?W.ft
ng just In. Button nm ��� l/m
ing and repairing. ,,,'"' f^
block. Entrances r/ f , \Sraui1
and 204 Clarkson st.' p^fgjft
WESTMINSTER
Co., bar
cabinet,  stair.
Co.. bank, office an'cf8"toT     'X(i
WOODWORK)
'i'e' liitmgj.
and detail work.    D   i  ,/. ^
mates furnished.    J.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street. New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery^
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
FOR   REN1
FOU RENT���A GOOD STABLE, $3 A
month, 321 Third avenue. Phone
R468.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New  Westminster.
prletor.       Work  ;
B   M
pro-
Cprner Eiovonn.
and car line.     p  o  ..,'������
47.3.
!"'l. I'Qone
CO
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
HOUSES TO RENT���WE HAVE A
number of clients for houses to
rent. Any one having same would
do well to call upon McAdam &
Irwin. 744 Columbia.
PAPER   HANGING &  DECORATING. ')'
I.   HUDSON,  WALL  PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas; I
house painting, kalsomining, paper ���
hanging and decorating. Sixth I
street, New Westminster.
SKATE
AT THE
FOR   SALE.
PIANO  TUNING.
FOR    SALE-
LOTS    ON    RIVER   PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
Drive, West End, close to an l be-1
tween Eburne tram and Vancouver
cutoff, 53x125 each. $550 each;
$225 cash, balanc, 6, 12, is months.
Apply  P,  O.  Box  565,  City.
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin. Mus. Bac, city. A ilne
will bring him.
REAL   ESTATE.
HAVE BUYERS FOR PROPERTY
In any pari of Westminster or Burnaby; also on Chiiliwack line.
Owners only. Give full particulars,
P. 0. Box  142, New Westminster.
PRINTERS.
[WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVKKY
kind of job printing. Midget i"";"
leaf ledgers;  Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone    bb.     P.  o.    Box-  142-      Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
PVIHIAN
Ladies   purchasing    -!   ���
during tlie  month   of   Novi    I
receive a ticket  entitlin    then  I
chance on a gold  watch     Dl
take place NOVEMBER 30, 1909.
WHITE.  SHILES  &  CO.
!feal   Estate and   Insurance  Agents-
City, farm and  sumtrban property,
200 Columbia street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT fi CAKE
Tickets, 21 meals for ,<l. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employe'! Open ti iy and
night.     Opposite tram office, '
HALF BROS. & CO., LTD.. HEAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone :i:!.'i, 1st;
Columbia street. P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B, Brown, manager, P. O. Box
550,  phone  334.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. 741
Columbia street.
MA" SHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
at :e, real estate, etc., Is located for
tl e present at the office of the Set-
tl'jr.-i* Association, Begbie strwt, opposite Windsor Hotel
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P. O.  Box 795.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
'bia Btreet Flrw-citiss moving
pictures; Illustrated pongs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
'rW
i
UVULI UUlieJfcJJBii
You wlll find it to youi
tt  arrange your book
whether you Inti nd to ti
ng for your friends,
From Montreal and Quebec.
Empress  of  Britain   from St. John,
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and partlcul      --
ply to
E. QOULET.
C. P. R. Agent.
THE EDISON THEATRE,   CORNEB
Columbia and Eighth. High-claw
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednes.
day and Friday,
IT PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia  Street.
Malls  Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle including all U. S. points, via C. N H
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:.'.0 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via O. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladnw Port
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vai-
couver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills nnd Coault-
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Eraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by cour'
2:30 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier
���1:30 p.m.���Blalno and    Seattle
eluding nil U. S. points,
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mail   east    nni
losed mall from Sumas, and Seattle
noludins: U.  S.  A.   matter,  and  also'
Frasor Mills.
II. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR ANI)
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust  Block.
ARCHITECTS,
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery Block.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   OUT-
ter cleaning.     D. McFlroy, Tel. 100
THE
-IN-
DAILY
NEWS
S. S. TRANSFER
Th0 steamer Transfer will Wl*
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon at 2 pm. for Ladner West1
ham Island and wav ports, returning
to Now Westminster on following
day. Saturday, returning Bame evening.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at E a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston as
business warrants.
This Bchedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ��P
ply to ROBERT JARDINB.
Manager-
Chest Protectors
at all prices
AT
in-
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and palnu
ed.      All work guarantee^.
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS, SKIRTS,
and Waists. 728 Royal avenue. 2(ll-fi
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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I
t
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN
era and dyers, 346 Columbia streel
phone R278. The place where th' .
dirt and dust is removed from the
llbre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
FROM SOUP TO 0M
the dinners    we serve
ard
with care  and discrimination.    W*
exercise good Judgment in 1,">l"t;:0,l
cooking, In laying viands berore /
We have no apology to make mi
place  or  What  We supply.       VM'
sure  you   will    commend our
methods   and   prices  when  7041
or sup at
are prepi
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP-
TRAM OFFICE.
Itt, ,.      . ��� -
__m'/t,' tuesdav,
NOVEMBER 23, 1909
Businesses.
HOTEL   RUSSELL
Carnarvon, Begbie and Alexandra Streets.
PITT   LAKE    BRICK    AND
CEMENT   CO.,   LTD.
Offices Northern Crown  Bk.
TIMBER   LIMITS
Offices Northi in  Crown  Bk.
THE DAILY NEWS.
E. J. FADER
Head Office: Northern Crown Bank.
TELEPHONE 295.
P. 0. BOX 249.
Businesses.
GROCERIES
Opp.  Russell  Hotel.
FINANCIAL BROKERAGE
Oflices Northern  Crown  Bk.
REAL ESTATE
Offices Northern  Crown  Bk.
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E. J. Fader, proprietor of the Russell Hotel, has recently added a grocery business to
his many undertakings. The new stores are facing the Russell Hotel on Carnarvon
street, forming part of the Odd Fellows Block. The stores are perhaps the best
adapted to the grocery business in the city; the entire flooring being of concrete, mice
and other rodents are unable to penetrate. The stock is entirely new, the best and
purest of every line only being kept, and the prices, as shown below, are impossible to
beat. Since starting business in the Royal City E. J. Fader has spent hundreds of
thousands of dollars in salaries, and confidently looks forward to his store being strongly
patronized by not only the business men of the city, but by all careful housewives looking for the best as well as the cheapest.
Attention is also drawn to the Pitt Lake Brick, Real Estate and Timber propositions,
and Machinery.
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Odd Fellows Block, Eighth and Carnarvon Streets.
Others are saving money by buying their groceries here.  Why shouldn't you?
CREAMERY  BTJTTER-
u pounds for  	
COOKINa BUTTER-
Per pound   ...   ���
EGGS���
2 dozen for
ROWAT'S  MIXED  PICKLES-
Per bottle	
.$1.00
. ,25c
.$1.00
..15c
COOKING APPLES���
Per pound  	
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WHEATLETS���
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CANADIAN OR CARNATION WHEAT FLAKES���
2  packages  for	
PEELS.   LEMON   AND  ORANGE���
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CHOICE CLEANED  CURRANTS���
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CHOICE SEEDED  RAISINS���
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TOILET SOAP���
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FADER'S SPECIAL CEYLON TEA���
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FADER'S SPECIAL COFFEE���
3 pounds for  	
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.25c
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.$1.00
Other lines just as low: these are our regular prices. You will
get the goods exactly as advertised. Buy all your Groceries here
and   save   money.
Crockery and Glassware.
As we do not Intend to carry this  line,  we  are clearing  it
out AT COST, and some lines even less than cost.
SEE OUR DINNER SETS FOR $12.50.  IF YOU REQUIRE
ONE YOU WILL BUY.
PROMPT DELIVERY.
TELEPHONE 97.
The Pitt Lake Brick and Cement Co.
i   ,iaain,. m, the markel building brick that  defies oompeti-
U   Mve wil. toi 322 to show yen samples    of    both face
 l*lTR&~1&*tt--* lot. at short
notice.
OFF.CE   248   COLUMBIA   ST. TELEPHONE   295.     P.   O.   BOX   249.
Inside Property.
Come and have a look at a block of city property, comprising thirty lots, that I will sell for $7500. The terms are
easy and the property good.
* E. J. FADER,
Offices:   Northern Crown Bank.
The Hotel Russell
Proprietor, E. J. FADER.
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The Daily News
PaWbhri Ly The Daley .News Publtsr.-
lag Company, Limited, at tKeir og.ce*
That h_1'j Newg Block, corner of Mc-
Kenzi-  and Trew streets.
any citizr.n who has been slandered
by another. That he baa not chosen
to take this coarse at any time during
the past two years, nor even now.
when all these allegations are repeated in the most categorical manner, is
taken, especially as there was some
doubt of the guilt of the prisoner.
Judge Howay replied that he had
no doubt whatever of the guilt of trie
prisoner, and thereupon imposed sentence.
Mrs. Rachel R. Clark was arraigned
C A.  Pa'ge Managing  De-*cto-
eu in me most categorical manner, is I     Mrs. Kacnei k. L'lark was arraigned
plain proof that the Attorney-General   and charged with bavins entered the
, dwelllne of Lester \\ . Embree on the
fears to face the music. ��� Right  of  November   li.  between  the
' : hours of 4 and 5 a.m., with intent to
j steal.      The prisoner  W35  undefend-
T   P. Myers Gray appeared for
RICH TOURISTS AROUSE
IRE OF CELROYMAN
TUESDAY, NOVEM!
TRUST HIM NOT.
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1909.
MORE  BOWSERIAN  BLUFF.
The 'Dreadnought of the campaign." as Mr. Bowser is now styled.
is again busy in the issuing of challenges tn all and sundry who impugn
thc honesty of liis political methods.
These challenges are as fireworks,
iHacbarg<ed to make much nois< and
a brilliant showing, but no.t any one
oJ tbem, as a challenge per se. is :
wort!.;- rious considei .rion. The
public !a- come to understand that
Mr. Bowsi:'.-    cha! Issued
out nf men   bravado and that hi
no Intention thai they should bi
cepted.      II   any  on.-  ol   thl   .  should
happen to be. then Mr. Bowsei is always abb   to find a plausibh   excuse j
for evadln - his opponent
Tin   a . will  not have I    gottei
that di ai ..���   1 wo yeai.- ago Mi    B
ser 1. sued a   fi   rl il   an
challenge  to   Mr.  Lun ���.   who
had charged him with being guilty of
the t' -��� ���      ibtei. and disl .
to the    Dominion    and  the province
with 11 gard to the do�� notoi lou   G
toh   coi. ir,ict    and    various   crooked
dealings    tn     connection    therewith.
It ran th is:
"When Gotoh returns from Japan I
shall have bim make a statement regarding this charge by Dun
In tin- meantime I challenge D...'-a:.
Koss to meet me on the platform al
any  public  meeting in  Van
any dan   thai may suit him, and if he
refuses ',', meel me here I will go to
his own city of Gn 'nwo id, 01   I  will
meet him in Vernon, and if he rei ise
to do this I will go to his disti li
rale-Cariboo al  the time ol the nexl
Federal election campaign, and
at meetings in the district debate the
question and challi nge I-i.;. to 1
.    .    .    Duncan   Ross   ie is   'i'i 1
U) prove his charges 01   publiclj   .
tract them sooner or later."
It is almost unnecessary to 1  :
this skycracker cann- to nought,   1 ������
lira.
of those things ie ��� thi -
Mr. i' ini in Ri      .      on j  sti
to t> il ���'    tale rn his ..
froi: tion
Gen' ra ng    thi
������lal -
thai official 1
���rhic made      il   31   him in 1908.
Mr.  a
of ,
conduct In the Saturda;   Sm
has. .. ii ; om
plat', m i] on v. bleb be has Bpoki n
dun:,;, thi   present campal I     *\
to the - Mi. Ri ss,
electc-d will become your solicitor
with Mea .- a.i. & .Mann. Can you
trust him? It bas been clearly
proved he 1 otud no- be loyal to
his own country; it has been clearlj
proved that he could not be loyal 10
his client���11 he could not be loyal to
Goto!, how can you expect thai he
would be loyal to you?"
To the very weighty and serious
Indictment of Mr. Koss the reply of
the Aiioiin y-Gem-ral, as reported in
the Vancouver papers, is this;
"Let him meet me on either platform and say to my face what he has
been bold enough to say behind my
bark in regard to the Japanese Gotoh
and liis contract."
We learn further that this mighty
challenge was    "thundered"    by Mr.
Bowser.     N'o doubt it was.     But the
Attorne;- -General's thunder is part of
the stage properties which he carries
about  with  hlm  from show  to show,
and is nol quite bo impressive in its
effect as some may suppose it to be.
However, Mr. Koss Is ijuite prepared
to meet the thunderer, the fearsome
Dreadnought of the Tory party, and
repeat to his face the Berlous charges
he  has  made    against   him.      He  Is
quite prepared  to meet    Mr. Dowser
either at   Victoria tomorrow night or
to  cancel   his   engagement   to  speak
in this city on Wednesday and meet
the  challenger   at   Vancouver.      But
Mr.  Koss says:       "1 will try to make
Bowser   fight   fair   and   not   drag   me
into a hole and corner meeting."   We
await  wiih    keen    interest    to know
whether this will turn out once more
to be mere blather and bluff.
Of course all this loud trumpeting
and snorting 0.1 the part of the
Dreadnought sounds well and makes
a splendid show���and as a showman
Mr.' Dowser runs the Premier pretty
close for the honor of first place. But
any Bane minded person will see al
.once that it is neither more or less
than mere bluster. If Mr. Bowser
could ichiii the damaging charges of
Mr. Robb be would certainly be one
of the lirst to f.akr' advantage of the
power   which   the   law   confers   upon -
Wiien the Premier and Mr. Bowser
were conducting their campaign in
the interior, they told rh: people that
the whole region would become a network of inter-communicating railroads. There was no qualification in
ri gard to this, and the inference was
as no doubt it was intended to be,
that the proposed Canadian Northern
line would be the means of creating
this condition of things. But here,
on the coast, the "flagship" ani the
"Cruiser," as wi see thi Tory tweain
an di signated, tell the public that :
the Canadian Northern is to ba a
transcontinental and nothing but a
��� u tinental line. This, how- ;
evei .- occasionally varied by _ ref
������ to some indefinite branch
"with which the Govern
and the people will be asked to
future time."     Tin   glori
confusion  and    uncertainty  tbat  per-
s these annoe;.'. -
a little difficult for the pi ople to uj-
a   tand  what  really  . . pen  if
the railway policy Is  ���..: provi
have already pointed out, what
Messrs. Mackenzie and Mann are
.-��� 1 king is a cheap and easy means
ol exti nding thi Ii line to the 1
It is quite certain thai they do not
intend to trouble themselves in the
a:a au branch . ex-jepi upon
their own tenia- perhaps in thi   --���'������ ��� '
bye and bye.
ed. J. F- Myer ^^^^^^^^^
the crown. At the outset Mr. Gray
called the attention of the court to
the fact that there was a doubt raised
as to the mental condition of the accused, adding that he thought it his
duty, since the woman was undefended, to suggest an examination. Judge
Howay commended Mr. Gray for his
action, and ordered an examination
for sanity to be held today, naming
Doctors Walker. Doherty and Joi -
The case was then adjourned until
after the exami lati  ::
STOPPED IHE AUTO
nn I
They Pay High Prices for Wining and
Dining.   But   Economize   With
Regards   to   Church.
: -   lin. No". 22.���Rev. Mr. Fry. the
: ��� 8   -      bap.ain here, severely commented in the pulpit on October 31.
on   the   niggardly   contributions     of
:���   English   and  American   visitors attending St.  George's Anglican
They  live,    he  said,  in  the
tisive hotels in  Berlin, yet
givi   In the church contributions they
���    ashamed     to   offer   to   a
������������
The  chaplain's   complaint   is     sup-
: thi   Daily  Record, an  Eng-
lis!   newspaper here, which declares
-  -  indadous that    rich    tourists
ney for food, wines, theatres
a' .     ther   lux irii 3   in     Berlin     and !
���   ��� ..-- at the churches.
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
The Leading House for Carpet, i -
LEE'S
Ve are the largest retail buyers ln  th. r      ,
And thc Prices!
Well, they are so reasonable that  ti,nl.  ���,
stock the best English WlUons.  fdb fsl     B���   *,P1        ' We
Tapestries,   all   specially   selected   for   ,h^r       'T     Minster   *-'
color.      Just give us a call and have a he   qUa"ty
^^^^^^  an.;   ���
ook over 0..- s-
A.    Chaloner    Then     Forced    the
Chauffeur to Lead His Frightened
Horse Out of Danger.
L E EJS Furniture Emporium
-���   ''^      *���* Lt''s  Block, Colu-r.bia  S-.reet
NEW WESTMINSTER,
1���ALFRED FREDERICK  RICH
formerly of   Ron I Eng-
son of William Rich, and onlv
ther of W. D. Rich of this citv.
funi   il   will   take  place  from
the family    resi 730 Fourth
'��� et, at  2 p.m.,  Nov. a ber 23   to
' ���   Church    :  Eng m : Cemetery.
THE   GREAT   AMBITION!
Premier McBride is telling the people that "Our great ambition In thl
. .  Is to    hring to Britisl   Columbia and to Vancouver a lin - that
will be in din ��� ; 1 'ition with the
C. P. R. a line that will glvi   tl    mi r-
chants lower freight    rates,  and the
..:���-��� more comforts and convenlen-
than  they    can    possiblj   secure
��� ���  agi n ij 1 : a 0 onopoly."
The unfortunate    fact    is that  the
coming   of    the,   Canadian   Northern
will nol bring down the freight -
���   Not the slight) -
ide to this important featu
��� ���   agrei ment     Any such 1
was in fact purpoi       ��� on ac
count of the kick of Messrs. Mac
id Mann.      Mr. Bowsi:
��� ���! to sil n
tions  made    by  the  Van V'ic-
and other  Boards    il   1 ra li   1
neglect ol
thai   the rai
a
���   bI '���.-.      Thi .
Pn ed    that    thi   Govi
ave 1 mtrol < I the
Bu- ��� teats pro
;:��� ct in salving the wi
of di- ng the commi
men ol the pro.In :e the Pn
now added the suave assurance "that
this Important part of the bargain In
the final contract to be signed after
the present agreement, shall meet
with the approval of the people."
It is to be hoped that the electors
will not have accepted such a ridiculously indefinite statement as this in
regard to so vital ���_ question, and that
they will decline to invest the Premier with power to juggle with their
rights unless he can give the specific
terms upon which, the question of
rates is to be dealt with. As to the
"comforts and conveniences," surely
with the character for the maximum
of discomfort with the minimum of
convenience which the Canadian
Northern enjoys in thi prairie prov
Inces, the less said about this tin
better.
Co!- .  Nov.  22.���John  Arm
strong Chaloner. divorced husband of
Amelia Rivei thi thoress now
Princ-.-.- Trouebetsko; aer of
Stuyvesai     Chs   -..-      I
Lieuti       --���:   ��� N
i year or --. .
:    y a jury  for t eat       .  John
Gilliland. sl killed in a s
with   ' -       M< rri     Mills,
Chah:     s 1 marl
yesterday held up a:; automobile loaded ir.   passei gen ;
at the point of     '��� Hi   forced
���  '     iffi ��� ���      I and       I
horse,  whii .. a
round the machine and out ol the waj
of danger.   Th first '-::.-   I
the  Virginia   1   ��� Iring   a  chauf
feur to rende: :ch conti:igi   -
cies, bas evi
drastic mea- -.,. 1 prii   ti
zen.   Chaloi is that the re
volver,  which   he  e    -   he Is  :.ri   '
habit of carrying >���:     v.'e buy for casb and se
GET   THE    HABIT'
ISean  Up
lying a scrub brush.   Sp< cial
or today    a-    10c,    15c    an.l -
^^��^_ZW^__v__S\
C
f~j:
sterihL0nly CkanS;  G��LD DUST clems
BUY A HOME FOR
$1800
7-ROOM   HOUSE   CLOS^   TO   SIXTH
ONLY $1300 ON EASY PAYMENTS.   '
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
and
The  Pair ^i^&%^^&gZ
and impurities, and insures purity and saleu
fcoap needs muscle help (as an evc-rak,-,-'':,-
fine); GOLD DUST does Sil the&S ��     f ��
work without your assistance, leaving vou to fab
your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable nil
soap, to which is added other puriW*materiab
in just the right pro- \ /
portions to cleanse J^V/#/
easily, vigorously,
and without harm to
646 Columbia Street.
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for the same
STREET   CAR    LINE.
6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE JUST OFF BRUNETTE ST. AND
THE NEW SAPPERTON MILLSIDE CAR LINE. BATH, ELECTRIC   LIGHT.   ETC..  $1800.      $250 CASH   SECURES  IT.
White, Shiles & Co
628 Columbia St,, New Westminster.
fabric,  utensil  or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
vour work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Severe Sentence
Imposed For Perjury
The Royal Cafe
is now under NEW MANAGEMENT
and is giving the best meals with the
most   prompt   service  in   the  city.
Our 25c Lunch (ll:! 0 to 2) and 35c
���er (5 to 8) are becoming popular.   Short orders at all hours at
reasonable prices.
Pyrographic Supplies
Dominion Trust Block, Opp, I'      ,fflce
J. P. CASH, Prop.
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WE HAVE JUST ADDED TO OUR STOCK A COMPLETE
ulnL- W��OD DESIGNS FOR MAKING BURNT WOOD
Ar?T,^; THESE INCLUDE ALMOST EVERY CONCEIVABLE
ARTICLE AND DESIGN FOR   SUCH   WORK.
c,,P.^fE   HAVE   ALS0   THE   BURNING   OUTFITS   IN   SEVERAL
SIZES.  FROM  $2 TO  $5  EACH.
COME IN AND INSPECT THE GOODS. IT IS NO TROUBLE TO SHOW YOU AND  QUOTE   PRICES.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Succeisors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
not propose that the ffiatter should
be complicated, since he proposed to
pass sentence ut once, unless Mr.
Robs had anything to say at once in
mitigation. This Mr. Ross was not
prepared to do without a delay of ten
days or more, remarking that he
thought that since the minister of
justice was the only available court
of appeal left, the sentence should be
h���IA     ���     '
held
over  until
this appeal had been
Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
interest D��TH^��Wn ,ml Ten Dollars P<* month, no
"ieeSffiC 'S ��n tHe neW CUt-��ff ��f the
All kinds of securities purchased.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, UD.
COR. COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STS.
Two lots on Eighth Avenue, for
quick sale $700; $300 cash, balance
arranged.
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706  COLUMBIA   STREET.
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1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVB.
ORDON'S
PORTING NEWS   Business Talk
B
\\i Dry Goods
FHXY PROMOTEIIS
HOLD BIOS FOR TIGHT
^FOOTBALL   .
ASSOCIATION   FOOTBALL.
Rhone I76.
8tagen  Will Walt Until Last
"    Befon    M.-ikintj   Their
Offia-c   known
Ladies Coats at a Big
Reduction, 25 Only
EPAltATE COATS���7-8    Length    Frenel     broadclotl
I]   lined throughoul militarj   efleo       Color;   b aoi    na
brown   in""
Oi sali Saturday
1,      Sizes 82-4B busi meaBuri     Regulai prici $3! Dl
$22.50
Don't miss these snaps.
Tke Fashion Centn
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
cr
LONG EVENINGS
' ��� ������' ���   .   a   a Tiade  to order  .
���   ��� tr c at an.
���   :' .sea-i to maki  ea
I  I tog,
Optical Parioi ijt ��-���      nr k TT"
Domini n  Trust   1 ll  .      W. t .     1 A I ��..
_���',    -Fea 'Int   thai
leni   ii   the!   bid nov.
ildei  Murph;   for tlu  oham
ie- weei    .iim  Jeffrlei
n   e,.   rin   amouni  oi  11
knov ti and therebj  te
    .iie   contest   bj
1 :"     ou bid them  such oun
ii io ���" e  iu  Jim Coffroth,
ea.   McCarej   nnd  H
1      :   '        oonsequentlj   made 'JO
i    theii   Inoentl      with
��� ne   will not  do bo  until a
in  bidt roi  the Bgbt
hich will be on the riii o   Decembei Qrst.
Heasoi   and  Coffroth   stated
I -i    plenty ol time In whioh
li   ' bid, bui  on  thai  ac
bi ���   wi uld   mal i    no  attempl
li  ni     ; a v hou i before thi
- ated     ii   then   to  b(   opened.
Bergi    said todi !
��� ���   no   v orr. int   ovei   th��  bids
Tl    onlj thing thai is trou-
��� Hii'i  i enn gel enough
Bparrinj   partners foi'
n trail    ���    oi  thp
have 12 sparring j
. Im,   as   1   la'ivc   derided
���  all the bojdng he can
am   or  thai  accounl  l wanl
ii   sp ���".; thai  he would lf he
, ihnson In front of him.
"Jen Is gi 'onger < ver} day.
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1 an        ������.   .    | ��� - i.       ... a and
until ]  ean pet
the effei ts ol
Stn nd ing
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Politicians know tlielr \J_\
business,
The public know th (1           <K:
business VJ'
, I';        mmi i>: CARPETS. ttlLtLDTHS lltMtBIKt
i^f*S>em��,;___.-ti^ai^
WE
know  om   business
i
n
c
s
s
W. E. FAt ff=��^ 612-618 Apes Street
The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Undertaker
Honest     dealing      has
kept    this    the    Leading
Furniture   House   In   the
city for nearly  a qua '������
of a century.
Strenuous Football at Nelson.
Nelson, Nov. 22, -In a rugbj foot-
b tnatel between Willi v Poinl and
Nelson oi Saturday, Geo _i Gore
'f the ( P. ft. Superintendent
o lal and rivei service, had hit
let b oki i and Pal Gllmore bad hit
������ nl h i.-.ei .a Both Hv< in Nelson,
Lue wer< pla: toj ��� i ��uh tutei ���-
Willi ������'   Poinl     The match was won
!..'    '��� ���     o        .    ..
board ol home missions Ims been ca
Ini   ..I   in  Si    Louis, Chicago,  Ne-
���1   Buffi '.  and Rochester.
''��� ��������� ee -   p ol Ini  oases and   Chorus
were  used  ����  pulpits
hi  i' ������" el ������    who soughl io sho ���
sermoni  t<    'taki   thi   heathenism out
of buslnest softei  ie; hard lines."
COLORED   FIGHTERS
WILL   MIX   IN   PARIS
In every home.    I    have   Just   received   an   assortment
Parlor    Cocks.      These   are    both   useful   and    ornamental,
U   timekeepers   and   in   handsome   cases.       Prices   from
:' 50,      Also the following:
E-day Kitchen  Clocks,   string   hour  and  half  hour   . . .$ 4.50
6-day 0*?ce Clocks from $5.00 ti $C5.00
C ocks, from  $1.25 to $ 3.00
New    Yorl
 sted
.    e,   ; Pi       that,
. ' ivi      boon
on
'.       , ;     ,..,;,    (all,
	
hung up
winner ,
.  .
...
: .  lling -mill  li i
round
as 1 t was sei
Ished.
more    than  a    dozen
Ol  toing
to sleep i
....    |
< ; ,���      a ie.
Seattle   Golfers  Victorious.
Sei tth    Noi    ���      .geal   ���     golfers
earned  ofl   thi    I    ir,   the  annual
tean   c mpetition, held :������< sterday on
..    the   Seattli    Golf ' and
( The    Seattli     ream
��� dewn ie- bogi ���     1 la  Vic
toria ��� second   ������       LBS   while
. oi    ���    fin-
.. 'di '���!      C    P.
Spoi   ������.   .     Seal de thi     besl
so  ���      L, with F        ��� ......
bel "    :    12     i     ���
- .   H. Coombi   Victo eet, scored
The resul ��� tourna-
���
or anol
on it last     i Ii
���   .   0    ���   If   ��� ��� i I ���   -a,    tlie
...
.    -    ...  ab
Morals   of   Montreal.
Montreal, Noi Thi   c tj   li   to
have a board ol morallt;  I    ��� upervise
in-   puhlic   morals   ei ci cfln-
neeiion with theatres, moi ;,,,   ,,...,,,������.
shows, gambling   houses,   and othei
Ii ces of    i.ai,-.    quei loni
Thl    wai   decide ���    ibis
afternoon by    the   polici   c	
on   the  recommendation  ol   Chle   o
Police Catnpeau      Detects ���   ���  Keefi
���' ���������   appointed  preddem  ol
board,  and   he  will   be   fei ven   twi    ������
three constables as assistants
Chairman  Proulx, of    th�� mmit-
tee   '-.���eld   thai   such a  board al
exitei'd in Ton   to and   othe   ���
and ii   was  time    Montreal  goi   Into
line. aa BU,:, .,  ;.,,. -,   ,, ..  aeedei
��� ���.!.    after    il i     liquet    traffh    bill
bo eatref   and  places ol  Ill-re-
While tbe    preFidem  oi    thi
i    be   undei   the  chii
���   ci    e i .    i,ppoIntm< ni    was  nnani-
with   under   one    ot    the   following
plans:
iii    M least sis months' residence
upon  and cultivation of the land on
each yi'iu- for three yeara,
(2) fi tbe father i oi mother, if tne
fathei  Ie d B^d), of the liomest(>ader
resides upon a fai*m fn the vicinity or
jthe land eriaa'.-d for   the requirement's
:������   f.e  residence rimy  i>,. smi^Hed  'iy
such pelwon residing with the IMher
[Or mother
(8) If the (Wttler has his pormam-n ���
residence upon farming land ovm-n
I,', bim in ilia yli'inii'. Of his ttotne-
gtead, the requirements n- to >-e*lfr-nc<-
may be satteft9<i by reslden<je npon
the paid land.
Six months-' nolle,, in writing should
bi   -. iven  bo the commlsBlonwr of tto-
������".   lands  a"   On awa  of  Intention
tor patent.
Coal    Coai  mining  rights  may   be
[rased   for    a  period  oi     'wonty-on*
lyears m  nn annual rental of $i per
Not   more    than    8B60   acres
shall be  leased to one individual or
companj        v  royalt;   i-  thi   rft.-. or
fiv.    cents   per   ton   cTiall   be   enlleoeh-d
on tlie merchantable er,''l mined.
W, W. CORY.
Deputy of the Mlnlsti    oi thi '-tr-nor.
N.B.���Unauthonzed    publication   of
meat wlll   hot he vet-
tot.
Tremtalay   Still   Champion.
.  ���     Nm.     ve; in     thi   "   ���
���    .. "      .. |
..������;.      2 ...  .      . . :.,..���        ���
...   i.... .   Saxoi
;, ht cha
..-., a. .    in    i>   eiiriL    thi
......
In 5, and the seci   	
......... Saxon
had  a  fair  share ol  honors till the
fi
Watchmaker Robbed.
Ne". 22.���-j. '       '
named 1   nill  Wall, was
toda;    	
That   Hope   Diamond   Again.
\   . \ our-11
��� . from   sie ��� ���,    ���        ��� unci -
;   .        .......
I
......
wreck i earner
,   .    .  .   i
..
have   vou   call   and   look   them   ovei
= !
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmake' and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
330 eash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
WOLGAST AND ATTELL
TO FIGHT AT 1
NC..   >i . . La.,    Nov. 22.- ^be
Ait. il  accepted  thi   challenge ol   ^d
...   aftei   i  ���
had tak< n thi   tral i tee   Ban Pi    ���
co io meel Lev Powell.
AiicH waa due ir. Memphis laBl
Frldaj   night.      Manage    Tom Jones
w olgaal remalm l in N'ew Oi
unlll   Moudaj   no >n   hoping   to  hi en
.    , thing n om    Utell.     Joni
Wolgasl had nol  been on the s^"
ei n Paciflc train two hours befon
follow Ig mi Bsage �� as i eceived
"Memphis, Tenn     M. It   Hamllion,
Naw  01 leans:      Attell  says  he will
post  forfeit   here   us soon  us Joi ���
puts up J1000 with you;  $1000 to b
forfell ie'i  total of $2000 Bid bet, aa
well us tor weight, 122 rlngBlde
���11   T   MoDANlEL."
.tones said before leaving thai ll
Attell would phi' a favorable answer
he would post Ills money on the coasl
VACCINATION   ORDER
STANDS  FOR  PUPILS
London, om.. Nov. 22.- -Tha l-
ol  EMtioation    decided    '    b  daj   to
stmiil bj theii preBenl rule of compulsory  vaccination for ail  Bchool children.
This was tii.ii aie-wi i to a petition, lai s-< lj alt n< d asking thai the
, lause bi   i eBdnded
The agitation aroBe out of the reci ut death h> lock-jaw ol \ i o d
Court, B i'>iaiold hoy. who Was -' '
home from bi hool to be vacclnati >i
I. taUB developed a few ila\s latei
STIFF   FINES  FOR
AUTO   SPEEDERS
IT  PAYS TO  ADVF.RT1SE
---IN���
II   6. DAILY NF.  WS
Nelson   Consents   to   Fight.
Aurora, 111 . No>   2'     Battling
son,   lightweight    champion    of
world, win flghl Johnny Thompsi
San Pram Isco In Julj   with the
nml purse money the Btakeg   Thi
son  has accepted an offer made
Promoter .lames Coffroth, and Ne
has consented to light.
Thompson,  w bo ��: hei i . on Bi
daj  exhibited a letl >i   from Coff
in which tin  offei ot the match
made,
Nei
the
n In
title
imp-
by
on
lien
llllll
W IIS
Voronio. \,,\ 22.���MtiglBtrate
Kingston! announced yesterdaj thai
it automobtlistB petBlBi In ruhnlng
their machines ;" an esceesive speed
he will keep on raising the fines till
the law- governing the speed limit If
observed. He had a numbei of of
renders before him yesterday and hip
worship imposed a fine of $16 without
coats or ten daya i'i each 'ase. _\ IB
more  Ihan   the  amouni   taxed   by   the
roiiii during the pasl two months.
Preachers  Everywhere.
New York. No>   22    Clergymen Invaded shops, factories and theatres '"
New York today us a p irl of a mis-
shm plan,  which    the    Presbyterian
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with.
In ihe railwaj bell ln British Columbia, mav be l!'"'"-'' ided bj any per-
son who is the sole head ot a family
or any male over I.S years of ag<\ 10
ihp extenl ol one-quarter section of
1150 acres, more or less.
Eiitry must he made personally at
th.? local land offlce for the districl
In which the land Is siiuaie. Kntn
by ptoxy may, however, Ire made on
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or els-
ler of an intending homestead i
The homestead i la required to perform thp conditions connected there-
LAND   ACT.
New Westminster  Land  D;strict, District of New Westminster.
Take notice thai  Willi i n Garland
M Tri".  of    N'ew  VV. ��� ter, B.
I     ��� ��� ���     i ' Ion,    ban Ister al  inw. fn-
to applj for permission to ptnr-
'.  e "..     descril ed la*"^
ai   a posl  planted on
the  shon   i-i     ii ���  ��� i ���       't   the
Southwest coi >1  1478, gnrap
i   NTew   Westminsi      townee
��� I; following the south bonn-
dai yof said 1 Ot I i . pi chains mnn'
Ior less 'ei thi westerly boundary of
'Timher Limil 38,783, thence !"",h
along the said westerlj boundarj ttt
said Timher Limit 38,783 40 chains
more or less t.i the southwest come*
Of said Timber Limit, tl _urterly
following the south boundary of saw
Timher Limit 80 oliaiiys more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, ihence
southerly-, westerly and northerly
along the Bhore of Halfmoon Pay and
Wi lcoine Pass to poini oi commencement eontainlng'ohe hundred and ?ix-
e i   1160 acres more or less.
JOHN  FBRD1N \.\'n BAQOB,
Uant for William Garland Mctjnar-
rie.
Dated. November __r_\ i90ft.
LIQUOR  LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai I intend to apply at the next sUHnr of
the Licensing Board for the Cltj of
New Westminsi or for a renewal of
license to sail liquors by retail on
the premises lmown as the Colonial
Hotel, Bltuate on McKenzie street,
corner Clarkson, In the said t'lty of
New  \Yes1niins1er.
M. F. 1NSLRY.
N>mv  Westminster. Nov.  IB, 1M9.
'lhe    Wil
ll    ill  cil
aid on i""i" i'
IKcep Your House Warm |
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel |
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS. *
JAMES & McCLUGHAN |
*       G��0D SECOND-HAND COOK   8TOVE8  FOR  SALE CHEAP.     ���
|/Us�� ISIock, Front St., New Westminster ���
****'*******e*********m************e***e**e***eee
VICTOHIA   WILL   HAVE
11IG NEW RACE TRACK
Victoria,     Nm     22    Nexl    yeai
race  i here will aoi take place on
the old  hair mile  trai It   U
lows.       A   new   COUrse,   a   I ���
cumference, wlll b<
which li la proposed to purchase out;
right. New grandstands, Judges
pavilion, Btablea and all other equipment essential for a modem l:|,r
truck will be provided.    The meeting
conleinpluteil Will nol I"' us long
drawn out    us  that    of  last  suiiine'i-
sixty days is considered too much
for a city of 85,000 population, despite   the   fact   thai   Victorians   haw
earned the reputation of being among
the  gamest   sportsmen   In   the  noi
west,  nnd  so   the  event   will   he
tailed to thirty days.
It Pays
You
cur-
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Crosscountry Championship.
New York, Nov. 22.���William K���
mer of the Acorn A. C, BrooMj i,
won the senior national cross-conn rj
championship at. Celtic P"r'k ^'""
day afternoon, defeating .fames ' row-
ley of the I. A. A. C. by 100 yards fOT
the six miles In 21 minutes 17 1-6 seconds,    .rohn Daly,    of the I. A. A. C
was  third.
 ..	
Five Victories for Marshall.
LexinKton, Ky.. Nov. 22���The ninth
frame of the American chess championship series waa won by Fra",
Marshall when he defeated 3. W-
Showalter of Georgetown ln 42 moves,
Showalter resigning. Of the games
played Marshal) has won Ave, Show-
alter one and three were drawn.
TO VISIT US WHEN IN NEED
OF A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.
WE HAVE HAD NEARLY THIR
TY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
FITTING AND ARE IN A POSI
TION TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE
SATISFACTION AT PRICES
LOWER THAN OTHERS WE
MAKE NO CHARGE FOR TEST
ING.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR K0DAK8
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
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FOIi
INSURANCE
All kinds of insurance written at the lowest possible rates in strong independent Canadian and
British companies only.
We are general agents for some of the best fire,
life, accident, live stock and employers'liability companies doing business, and can bind a risk without a
moment's delay.
Place your insurance in an office that makes insurance its principal business, and be sure that it is
attended to promptly.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street
in*.
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TUESDAY, NovEM
BER ��
T//�� OPPOSING RAIL WA Y POLICIES
of the Government and the Provincial Rights Parties
in the Interior.
i PUBLISHED BY COURTESY OF THE SATURDAY SUNSET.)
Readers are earnestly reijupstod to
���carefully study the above map It
shows the routes to bo adopted by
the opposing parties after present
������lection. The line starting aolng the
North  Thompson  river on the north
sag Muck line from Penticton to Merritt  where it connects with  the    C.
It will be seen that this lino does
not touch Princeton coul. that i< Is
many miles from Granite Creek coal
��...���i,    �� ii    T ,         ' . iiieiiny   nines  rrom
bank following down the river and j and thnt it gives no eminent. .
crossing between Ashcrort and tho ' tween Aspen Grove Ld \?r��� "rhnrt
Spence's Bridge and thence down to is nothing In I f V, n,^ ',.
Hope Is the C. N. R. the bonds of provi, or any of t , s eotn""',?' '��
which are to be guaranteed to the Neither sti ere any ��hn !'" 'h""'
<'Vtent nf jt. nun if ti,��� m���h���i , n������ i>""H ' ��� "" " a"> short connection
��� xirni or ?d,),()00, If the McBrlde Gov- across the IIt.|,e Mountains PenHo
ernment is re-elected. The other line ,on by the Kettle Vail ",,,.,' '-0
alongside It is the C. P. R. m,les from   Vancouver '  By    h    O
The KetUe Valley line Is the zlg-   position policy it would be onlv 241
ffij***!^ Coauo-fthe Okanagan. the Kootenays. fRMBfttf into a 60_tmt w" SS��5 �����
tlon  noi.nv   ttm  m  mi|(,s i van-  SSS5 si.ion   wil   h ild   t    r  n \        ,he  TO"n^ted   up  nt  one  stroke  afld Jaund Cache and M   .C��' contr���n U
Svet  e It     vSL   4.   "nk.  il��d' the  province   would   be  in     absolute Uruction as soon  ad  8u
f. eP v.'1 VK* "k  TSS^,*!h2l 5L& I -ll!*-01 -of tho freight, situation. .fjffftl. ,  , ,    n, .     b ��J
The Provlik-lal Righrt PW),   *. �����
tlon policy, b    _ vs ..uu
couver. Granite Creek coal would be
130 miles. Hedley would be 176 miles
and Keremeos 196 miles, aii these
would he brought Into touch with
Vancouver,
The  Opposition   Is  not   opposed  to
the construction of the Kettle Valles
the V. V. & E. and all other roads
running rights over it. THAT LINK
IS THE KEY TO THE SITUATION.
By it the can control freight rates
to any part of Southern Brltsh Columbia.    The  V.   V.   &   E.    would  be
TetS
nor of aiding it bv sulml.iv    il i I I  __^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_v  ���     ������-'.,���  ...
much In favor of It    Iti, Tb   0n,y to�� gI;ld t0 b,lll(1 tre��� Princton
of the nope Mountain link w��i  iu,   MhT ,hP lino is now C0��'P'^'>d. to
Opposition   Is   committed  to I  he J,lnctlon of ,llf> '<��� V. and the Gov
Note    "
where the dotted line touches Un, Lirn Lt^niJ        ^e^WhSle of the thus come Into Hope
loucnos i Southern Similkameen, the Boundary, |    The Q  T  P  Is wl
The  heavy  line  from  Kamloops  to       ,���c       ,
N'icola ls the proposed G. T. P. line,   opposed fo the doming of the C.    ,
That line might be extended to Hope   it wants the C. N. H. to oome, oin ^
by following the route of the  K.  V.   wants lt to come on a bargain '
up tho Coldwater and going down the '      rv-...-,. ^t,���,ii,t.,. wm
Coquohalla, but if the K. V. Is built
that will not be necessary as the G.
T. P. can secure running rights over
the K. V. to the Government line and
The Q. T. P. Is willing now to en-j
wants ir ro come tm .1 .���.������^���- ������    ...
wlll be fair to British CoI..mM��: *
will   return   value  for  the  asslstanc
return   value  un   ��� ��� - - ,.
given to It.    rnder the Me       -   rm,
ley we get a mavini'im of I ami"/
a minimum of cither servi.v "i
trol  of  rates,  in feol   ''^" "'' }
control.
i lino NOV
EMBER 23, 1909
THE DAILY NEWS.
Novelties   in   Leather
Goods at
MOREY'S
just the thing for sending away.
PAG*. SKVK.V.
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Pa:: V
of the  "Water  Act.  LS   ���     (
a license in the Westmlnstei Divi
Of Westminster  Distric:
(a).     The name, address and
pation of the applicant is the Vi
ver Power Company, Limi:-. d
its head office at the city ol Vai
ver,  British  Columbia,  and  having  a
capital  of  $2,500,000  divided Into 2,-
500.000 shares of $1.00 each
paid up.
tMOPUM LINE
TO CROSS CHANNEL
Terron :'  Passage  From  England to
France Will  Be a Thing of the
Past.
-. ,. L :-      Oc(  21���A company is be
all fullv   ���      formed to organise an aeroplam
 ��� across   Uie  English   C	
ihi    The namp nf <h��� i.i      . Calais  and    Dover.    Then
or  ,.nr^Cisn^i'^;.;r ��_ J .! ���*�������� �� �����* ��������
into the Nlcomen Slough in Dewdnev  P   "' for fo
I
:
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wtnee 'PDone 185.
Columbia
Barn 'Phone 13?
Street-
Baggage   e1.. livened    promptly
any part of the cltj.
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
0FFICE~TRAM  DEPOT.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Daily Through First-;
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express and Seattle train
leaves 7:51
���   ooon Express leaves 15:26 for
all points    East.    Including   United
Slates ;   i Is  St. Paul and Bast
- sslz Local leaves 17::;.").
For further particulars appl;  to
EU. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
district,   about    three   aud   one-half
miles east of Dewdney Statioi	
Canadian Paclflc Railwa;
(c).    The    point     of    divers: ...
about  eight  miles  up Suicide Cr.
from the point  where  Suicide C
Intersects with the Canadian Pa
Railway.
idi.   The quantity of .
toi -'a cul Ic feet per Becond.
ie).   The chai aci. r of the pro]
works is the diversion ol  .- ..i .  i ���
bj   laealis of dam, ditch,  flun e,  I
al waterways, tunnels .... .  , p
i the     establishment    in    coni ���
therewith of a water ;  iwer pi  nl  foi
the generation of elect! l< Itj  fo
chanlcal, Industrial    and commi
purposes and particularly in the opei
ati.in  of  motors,  m.achinery, electric
lighting,   the   operation   Ol   tra::, ���
and other works for which such light,
heat and power,    are    suitable   and
available.     The    pri ml       on which
the water is to b.- used  i- a power
bouse to be constructed in Township
Twenty-one   (21),   Dewdney   district,
about two miles north ol  the Canadian  Paciflc     Railwa;..    n��ar  Suicide
Creek.
ig). The purposes for which the
water Is to be used is to generate
electric power, light and heat tor
traction, Lighting, heating, manufacturing and all and every industrial
or other purposes to which it may be
applied.
lil.    If the water is t.i be used for
I power or  mining    purposes describe
the place where the  water  is to  be
returned to some natural channel, and
the  difference    In    altitude  between
point of   diversion and point of   re-
urn.      The water will be returned to
he  bed of Suicide  Creek  at   or  near
the  said  proposed    powerhouse,  the
difference in  altitude  being approximately six hundred teet
(j).    Area   of  Crown   land  Intended
to be occupied by the proposed works
will not exceed 900 acres inclusive of
ur passengers,    it is esti-
thai  In fine weather the jour-
ther way w>uld take onlv abo..;
������'���>   minutes,   to  that   during   the
��� thing  like twenty  journeys
1      accomplished.
MILITARY  SQUABBLE
AROUSES   INTEREST
London, Nov. 22.���Military men all
district are greatly inter-
I in  the rumor of General  Cotton s visit  to London shortly,  Majoi
bell,   while   nominally  'in   com  .
mand of the  Seventh  reginien't, has
been offlclallj   gazetted as Hs
nei,   because  il   Is   stated    General
m tock offence al a speech Camp
made at a banquet, advocating
thi Canadian flag, w hile Col. Peters
was u. O. C. here. Campbell's promotion was never gazetted, but it is ru-
d thai Col. Hodglns is taking the
: '��� : up ai headquarters at Ottawa
ami will see it through or demand an
explanation. There was great indignation  expressed   at   the  time  at   Gen
eral Cotton's attitude, and it was reported as a striking example of official
red tape.
ALMONTE   RUNS  UP
AGAINST  SNAG  IN   BYLAW
Almonte. Nov. 22.���The regular
meeting of the town council this evening was productive of a decided
sensation when. Police Magistrate
Smith   appeared   before   the   council-
lors and staled that he Would refuse
to Convlcl any person under Ihe local
bylaws, stating as a reason thai the
bylaws  were  all   faulty.
Mayor Metcalfe replied thai the
council claimed the bylaws were legal,
and in a wordy war thai resulted between tlle mayoi and magistrate the
latter was refused permission to
speak, iii all likelihood, the affair
will result in a government Investigation,
lands to be submerged by reason ofl ���     ���
storage of  water. Starvation  in  Montreal.
ihi. This iiotic- was posted on Montreal. Nov. 22.���A terrible ease
the 3rd day of November, 1909, and of poverty and starvation was broughl
application will be made to tlie Com- to light this morning by two police
mlssioner on the 10th day of Decern-  officers,    lu a lane off Richmond St.
NOTICE.
It ��� i- hereby given that an appl will be made by the Van-
i tminster A.-  Yukon  Rail-
'���   to  the  Parliament  of
nexl s. ssion tor an act
: i    time    for  comm. ncing
lon of the line of the
t ' : tiy's railway, authorized by
37 Ol the Statutes ot 1901,
until the I th day of May. 1912; and
! ��� ' e   time for finishing and
!'���" ' .id line in operation until Ihe l.v . day of May. 1915; and
ilso to change the route of that part
of the Une of the company's railway
authorized bj Section 7 of the said
��ct, which iiitis from Bquamisb valid to 11: ��� m, or some other point
on the Skeena river from the route
wthorized by the said section of the
���M ���"" ' . route described as follows: Commencing from a point at
Of near the city of Vancouver or
win.- other convenient point on the
shore of H'inard Inlet to a point at
wear tha city of New Westminster
|D the province of British Columbia
'such Hn,. af railwav being in addl-
���> to the line of railway between
we said points  which   ls  authorized
ber, 1'..'.;..
(1). Give the names and addresses
of any riparlai proprietors or licensees Who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,
uono.
I 111).    The   part   ot     ll. !     Ml moi a
dui:: ol   Association of the Company,
which authorizes the proposed application and  works,  reads as  follows!
. 3). Tlie obje. ts for which the
Company is e. L li ied and to which
objects the Coi ...my are restricted
are the acquisition of water and wa-
ter power by records of unrecorded
water or by the purchase of water
lee-ords or water privileges for.
ia i t\ istructing, open iing and maintaining electric works, power houses, generating plant an 1 such other
appliances and conveniences as are
necessary and proper tor the generating of electricity or electric power,
or any other form of developed power, and for transmitting the same to
be used by the company or by persons
or companies contracting with the
company therefor, as a motive power
for the operating of motors, machinery or electric lighting or other
works, or to be supplied by the company to consumers for heating or aa
a motive power for propelling tramways, or for driving, hauling, lifting,
smelting,
a   family   were
and   terribly
found,   the
eman elated,
.
mother Ul
I  with      a |
month-old Infant  lying beside her on
the bed. and six other children nol
far from starvation.   Two v ks ago, tl
the  father,  a   mail  called   Joseph   Cad    3
leux,  had lefl   tor thn States to take   0
up a Job be bad secured, leaving his
wife and seven cl lldren with 10 cents
to buy food,   lie was a heavy drlnkei
and It is thoughl he nun   lune gone |
mi ;i spree and I'm i otten bis family, o
he did  once  before.     The tl ���  rooms
they   lived  in   were  found   in  an  inde-
Bcrlbable stale of filth and neglect.
bv ihYcn          ���         '   a   "uuu"*"" pumping, lighting, crushing, smelting,
Uor,   &nr >!lDyf,aCt ,��,f    1"corp,,,na; drilling and milling or for any other
Z 'Z r.   T, v�� 8wd  r'!U ,at ?n operations to which it may be adapted
Ci o,   V, ��f N/*.. Westminster to J       be ^ ��� BU,���jH(.d for Jn con-
he south side of the Fraser river,
wenoe by the most feasible route
tnromii v>w Westminster District
*��� In m easterly and northerlv dl-
ration thi iugh the districts of Yale.
uilonet Aur\ Cariboo to a point on
��� branch line from Willow river to
Mmonton authorized by Chapter 176
'"ne Statutes of 1906 at or near
. ," J1'"!'1 Cache; thence northwester following the line of railway au-
0l1""l bj Chapter 176, of the Stat-
a'V.' '       along the South Fork of
S��ner   rfVer   t0   a   P��lnt   bMt'    en
j�� Qeorgeand Fort McLeod; thence j b^jdlM^oTo'tber erection or
"> '    most feasible route to Haael- IWP*.fh* 7.
or --^^_ 	
neetlon with any other purposes for
which electricity or electric power
may be applied or required.
(g). For rendering water and
water power available for use, application and distribution by erecting
dams, Increasing the head of water iu
any existing body of water, or extending the area thereof, diverting the
waters of auy stream, pond or lake
into any other channel or channels.
laying or erecting any line or flume,
pipe or weir constructing any race-
I way, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel,
--"���   ���  work
other    poliu    on  the i wll,ch may be required In connection
j with the improvement and use of the
the  City  of    Vancouver > 8ald water and waterpow. r or by altering,  renewing,  extending,  impiov-
or    maintaining  any
il" or   some
weena river
'toed at'
SfcSrffi*   _*&&_. "H mg.   repairing
Stealing   Krupp   Secrets.
Pittsburg, Nov. 22.���In    the r. B.
circuit court today, here, was begun
the taking of testimony In a ease
which affects directly the arinoj pinto
industry of the win Id. Suit has been
entered quietly by the Krupp Interests of Germany and the Carnegie
Steel Co., of the Dnited States steel
Corporation, against the Mldvale
steel Co., charging it with using
Krupp secrets in making urrnorplate.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Offlc*. Eighth St.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
of October, A. D., 1909.
"AMIN, CRAIO, BOURNE &  HAY,
MB Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.
solicitors for the Vancouver, West-
U8ler vi  Yukon  Railway  Company.
249
CAPITAL
"E3ERVE
Brand,
of Montreal
BTABLISHED 1817.
such works, or any part thereof.
(n). The company applies for a u-
cense to store water. The place or
the proposed reservoir for storing tne
said water ls the land above the said
point of    diversion
to constitute  a
reservoir with an arw of about eight
hundred  acres  to  b*  fo���;<?  **  ���e.
utilization of the natural elevation of
Ithe land and dams. .
,o)    The means by which It is pr��>
i posed to store the    water Is by    het
erection of all required dams and the
HMWWOOO  gSKrttalet the waters falling up-
11,000,000.00  on the s���rrounding watershed.
10 The area of the reservolr^te
throughout   Canada   and      fpl-
v.., .".ue,6iroui    viinaua    auu i     \ri-       ���T, ���.  in  HeDth above
'"Muuii a ... a inr ��tte��i at each  foot  in  aepui
""ieind,  and  In   London,   ting" L,  Jn    k��� at  zero ten acres,
J"4- *" V,rk. Chlca(?0 and 8pokane, | *e outlet^!,! he V
��� A- and Mexico city.    A general ! fUe acres for each foot in depth
hm,ih      R"d Mexlco City.    A general ' five acres ._. ���- _������,Hr-
er??    :i^'��b    transacted.      Let-|     (q).    It Is proposed to a* unv
5L?C��   ''���  '���d.    aval.abl,  with   land���hlrh  may^ be t-       b>^sary
0rrr-'.;.'iia'.., ..  ,_     ... ..    ! owners���t>y purcnaa*  "
  [eet     appr'��i-
i ue     av-idB^     ���"" j  -.ill
mately Intended to be impounded wii-
transacted.      Let-
Jre1lt Issued,    avallabl��  with
W0rld8����Menti In    all  parts ot    U��| by"e1^opriaUon.
' fi   ' ir).   The    acreage
tZ    " !iink I>fpartment-Dep'.��l-.s
anil ,mm of %l anTl uPward.
��unUm V""' Ml0Wed at 3 per cent- pv,r
Tnb "nt rate)'
' a* Assets om iibs.coo.ooo.oo.
WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
0  D  BRYMNER, Manager.
be about 12,500 ACM t^--
F   B   BOPB,
A. E. BECK.
Directors.
J.  V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary
Vancouver   Power  Co..
porated 1S9S.
The condition of the old bridge '��
not considered iiafe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally ar<>
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind otw It.
Persona continuing to do to after
Uria notice must take ail th^ ngk.n oa
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cl'-rtc.
City Hall, New Westminster, Jmy
23ni, 1909.
TELEPHONE  604.
P. O.  BOX  Wi
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all  kinds of labor
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE   STREET.
i Next.  Cosmopolitan   Hotel)
NOTICE.
Van-'O'iver. B.C.
Ltd..   tncor-
To whom ir. may concern:
Take notice that, in accordance with
authority granted by the Department
e.f ______ and Fisheries, the Lulu i��-
____\ draw bridge at New Westminster B. C. will be closed to boat
traffic for a period of about, two
weeka, beginning November 15th,
L900-, for rBpaJrs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO.,
C.  E. FOWLER,
President.
RCERPIS FROM RECENT SPEECH
OF SIR CHAS.
F TUPPER
On the "Wild and Unconsidered" Policy o( a Part
of the Conservative Government,
'l am here ns ;i Conservative," Blr
Hibbert declared nt the OUtsel "Mr
McBride proposes to blacken the eyes
ol any Conservative who dares to
disapprove of bis rftllwaj policy,
while i .-mi m Conservative who  like
liis  colleagues,    Messrs.     Tallow  and
Pulton, is compelled to disagree with
that policy. The Premier has been
Kind enough to Bay the province
would still be here aftei m> departure, My compliments to Mi. Mc
Bride, When he is defeated a few
days hence I fed confldeni British
Columbia will prosper more than
mer. He is asking us to agree t.> 8
guarantee, bui I for one do not wanl
to go on tlie note, i can nol support
ihis radical nnd extraordinary deparl
ure of ;i Bo-called Conservative gov
ernment, i have been broughl up
to appreciate the advantages of party
loyalty, bul loyalty ceases "inn ii
snys black  Is  white,      I   hesitate,  l
Hiiy.  when   1   know  the  color  Is  Kt'ci'll.
"Down to October Inst wheu the fatal railway contracl was signed the
governmenl adhered to Its policy und
I could give them my support I
hnvo nol lefl Mi McBrlde or Mr, Taylor. The Premier, Mr, Bowser nnd
the smiili ends hnvo gone back on
their records nnd they did I1 In the
twinkling of an eye," continued Blr
Hlbberl with i Ising warmth, "ir the
Premier had gone to the country with
oul :i railwaj policy he would bave
scored n victory, Why was this <">
iriiordinury program submitted withoul giving the poopio o iinitlsh Columbia reasonable time to consider
Its provisions? li in patent thai ll
wns Bprung in violation of every constitutional principle, why. I ask,
was the poiicj of the Roblin govern
menl in Manitoba nol adopted ' Be
foi ��� lie signed un agree, n.. m ,\ \i_ ....
same i.iilu i> he call I ,-. confeience
of business turn and women of both
parties to consider o matter traughl
with such momentous consequences,
"This deal i�� bold and monstrous,
nnd is useless to nny one oulsldo the
Munn nml Mackenzie crowd tl
knookN the bottom oul of the ory tor
better terms. Ii stultifies the Conservative leader al Ottawa, Condi*
tions existent hnvo. it in admitted,
made us the most heavily taxed peo
ple in the world. Shaping their p"i-
Icy until October with thai oonvictlon,
is it noi bewildering to boar from the
lips of the same mon who appealed to
Borden to nsk the people to guarantee
tho  Construction  Of   trunk   llni'H.       In
there t, num. woman or child who win
udinii thai tim two policies are <'on-
niHU'iit? in it not frenzied finance;
in ii aoi beyond the vagaries <>f the
wildest boomster? I nay it is childish unparalleled, and in opponou to
nil t.hoy have boon preaching for the
past three or four yearn."
Then sir Hibbert made a reference
to the roHlfaiiLtloriH of Monom. Tut-
low and Pulton. "Surely ilwy are
bound to br<'nk silence before thli
campaign in over. No doubt, it. would
huri their oolleeftguea to tell tbe troth;
it. can not be that some malign or
sinister motive Impelled them to 'i"it
rather than nerve under _ dishonorable government. An long an they
remain dumb the worn*! it win look
for the Premier." Nearly aii tbe
speaker's reference! to Mr. McBrlde
and Mr. Ilowner were teething, denunciatory, Ironical or facetious
"la It a contract document, or agreement?" finked Hir Charles with Irony
before    mercilessly      criticising    the
agreement not only for its conditions
and thr. government  for lettlnjt It see
the lifcbl  II  momentous dnys after 11
limi been negotiated,
"Mlitlli Hlltl Miieken/le Hie Imi 111-
funis They know n good (IphI more
about Hip railway game limn the Premier hikI Mr. Bowser. They played
with tlipm in n whv tliat a man would
be ashamed to act toward little children," added Blr Hibbert amidst an-
othpr noisy outburst   from thp nudi-
PIJCP.
We linve the word of the Premier
that this monstrous memorandum
which was published on October '50
ls the core of the contract. In Toronto Mr. Mann said it wns the text
of this contract, and now we have Mr.
Bowser asserting that the document
in any event ls not binding.   It com
mits us to ah extraordinarj liabilitj
When sir Hlbberl contrasted it
with th<> terms secured by Premier
Roblin of Manitoba, in negotiating __
agreemenl with the same rallweay
company, "There ia no provision
here against Mackenzie & Mann sell
itie>> out their rights to anothei taii*
��ny." continued the speaker, aa !|"
w ai mod up to bis teak
"There la u.> pi ox ision for reduc*
tlon of rates, hor tor the control ol
rates; third, hum.. \k no provision for
a sinking fundi fourth, no forfell wns
mentioned nnd ho provlatoo waa made
foi construction io begin from "iIh
end or the line, And seventhly, there
Is no provision then Mackenate aud
Mann, who control al leaal 88 per
cent, oi the stock of the Canadian
Northern, should hypothecate their
stock wiiii the governmenl oa a mun-
nntee of good faith in regard to
bin statemenl thai oo sinking fund
wan provided, sir Charles pointed out
nml where ll is Intended thai the
bonds oi roll wai ���''"' to be paid oir, _
Kinking funds was essential, other*
wise the railway continued to inevsl
Its profits in extensions, termlnalSi
etc., uml no rush wn�� available to pa)
ofl the bonds when theii term ev
pi red."
"1 tUbmil thai  there Is no nocesnlly
fm tiiin province to aid * third or
fourth transcontinental line," continued the speaker, "if any reall) __>
Isted ii would be u matter for the I--.
eral parliament i.> oonsidei and the
party could bold Mr, Borden responsible for biH attitude, if a retjuesl
for a bond guarantee weh made al
Ottawa, ii would be laughed down by
both sides. These roads are break"
lng their necks to uoine, and there i��
no ��� ..I to uivo them more than de<
cenl treatment Mr McBride Justified lhe Kaien Island deal because be
wnn iio.-iiiiiK wiiii n northern roadi
iiie.i would open up n now territoryi
i.m aaid bo would make Hi" roads
farther south pay HiioukIi the moun*
tains. i repeat Hum the deal with
iin- Canadian Northern if u wild.
hast) und unconsidered one. nnd
there wns nevei a greaiei issue be*
tore the people of this province,
"in Manitoba a railway boud guM1"
antee wnn different, for there branch
Unas opened    up    a    eiowdod    region
needing railway facilities, and the
governmenl bad retained the control
of rates. The late Hon. Mr. Agnpw,
treasurer of Manitoba, referring to
the former deal, reviewed what his
governmenl had wrung from the niii-
wnyn.       (.lul   ill   lllltinh  Columbia  Hie
situation in reversed,"
Sir Hlbberl wiw bio possibility ul
the pioposed line proving advanl ;��-
eouH from a competitive standpol it.
Operating cosu were high, nml the
i nti way commission    would DOi pnrp
down the rule too unduly A blue-
book brought down in parliament at
Otleawii the other fbiy showed that Hip
Canadian Northers nnd ��� mileage of
.linn miles. WithoOl a mile through a
mountainous country, exacted rates
averaging 10 per .oni higher Hiau
ila.se of the i in.i.ti.iii Pacific. Be
slso explained thill his attitude to-
WHirl the government was that of
!...,,,   other  members of  the  Houser-
v.iti.- party,
"I have taken this positiou," he
COOCloded, "after a lot ol painful
thought I would have liked to have
gone under the party (lag in tbis buttle. The party system In, after all,
Hie best system that can he devised
for Hie Hominion. I never faltered
lu my allegiance until H. B\ Green
wns guilty of malfpasiinee In offlce in
May, 1006, when I knew he did what
should bave turned hlm out of society
of nny decent man, and McBride kept
him In his cabinet until November.
I flinched, and did not vote at ail-
When thia recent monstrous proposition was sprung in hante, showing
the brand of cowardice, then I concluded that party government was a
failure. I am now ready to work
with Liberals or Conservatives to secure a clean and honest government
In British Columbia."
There was an extraordinary outburst of cheering when Sir Hibbert
concluded an eloquent peroration of
the great destiny and possibilities of
the province.
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than It is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings built with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to sonie others
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
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Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cam leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and dty limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at G:20 a. m.
Sapperton   Une:   Cars   leave
at ten  minutes after  the hour, *
half past and fifty minutes after *
the  hour,  commencing at  6:30 T
a. m.
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS!
���"����, NOV_MBE��� 2J
MOVING PICTURES
SHOW LIVE MICROBES
Sportive  Bacilli  Are  Photographed by
Young   French   Scientist���Valuable   Piece  of Work.
WAS BACON SON
OF VIRGIN QUEEN?
Paris   Nov. 22.���Moving pictures of
the smallest micro-organisms discernible through the most perfect of mag-
ng  Instruments  have been made
:.  Comandon. a young French
scientist.    His work was duly reported to the Academy of Sciences at its
last  session, causing more open wonderment than is usually expressed by
that body of cool-blooded savants.
The bacilli first represented    were
:.������':.ousandth   of a    millimetre    in,
American Scholars Think
They Have Discovered Cypher in His Works.
length. They are known as tripano-
zomos, and inhabit the blood of mice
which have been inoculated with the
Bo;-        ' iss    Nov. 22.���Following
..actions ot a cypher of
Lord writings, which the dis-
establish beyond
nticlty of Bacon's
claim p of plays and
��� .    entire
.e ...     literary history,
��� scholars are now
near -    '  wh< ���   Baocn's library
manuscripts are said to
:  a  cable  may   at   any
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F��� AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Carnarvon street, every Monday evening
at S o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. rec. secv.
A. O. U. W���FRASER LODGE NO. 'A
���Meetings tlie flrsia nd third Tuesday ln each month. Visiting breth
ren cordially incited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' I lock, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. Wj'j, l.O.i-
���Me-ts tiie fourth Friday in the
month at S o'clock, in the small
hall. Ci! Ifellow8' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAULhS,
.-U-rie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p.m. ln tbe Eagles'
hall, Columbia streei. J. X. AitcU
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Seers
tan.'-
,        . . _.. ,     J moment   flash   the   confirmation   of
sleeping sickness.    Thirty-two    cine- j ����� dj,     .   f to a waiting world.
Civil ie   \Y.
jpatographs per second were takeg b_,
Comandon of these almost infinitely
tittle it Ores, ti.id images were pro-
-d upon the screen on a scale of
0 diameters. One drop of the
blood of a mouse placed between two
��� of glass sufficed to furnish endless variations of animate motion. A
flea pictured on the same proportion
would look as big as a six-story house.
Professor Dastre, member of the
Academy of Science. E>aid:���"The consequences of Comandon's discovery
are incalculable. All the activities of
microbes can now be studied with a
precision hitherto inconceivable.
Physiological questions of the great-
. Bt Importance, impossible of elucidation in the past, can probably be
-  Ived by this new method.''
WANT TO   MARRY
In  tl is  party  are    Dr
Detroit, a famous Baconian
Drs.    W. H.    Prescott and
John  Dane,   Mrs.   Prescott  and   Mrs.
M   ..   i   leches of Boston.
Already,  by  following  the  instruc-
tions ���       ���   cypher, the party are in
.   and  have  found  the  secret
Bacon's    castle,  which.
according to the cypher, leads direct-
!;   " ���     and thence io the cliff,
whi  ���   Bacon's entire library, consist-
Ing        :....nuscripis  and  books,  have
sealed  from    the  world  for
ii- irlj  300 years.
���    oak  tree, cliff and other
..iiks told of in tlie cypher w< re
d  to i'e correct, and accordins.' to
��� ce information, prove the party
5,  the  existence of the  cypher.
���  do gi   nnd tor doubting the
of the assertions made by Ba-
.OARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
t.KKud room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thur. d.ty 0f each month;
quarterly meeting On the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at 3 p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. .New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you?
No wonder after the hirdw,
i ew c��q bt-.tx. ii Ier-
heat   cold, sun, ru,n, *,__; _^1
no dilTcrtnce to Ruberoid 8
It   is   weather-proof  and  fin.-
Will not melt, crack or ra!
Most easily applied and require5
no painting. Muires
Call or write for full particular,
saicples aud prices. '
EONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of everv month ln K. of P.
hall.      Chief. W. Suuierland.
THE RED WIDOW   ' ' :-   ln   ttle  c-vPlier  in  re^ard  to  his
  ship.
P     -   Nov.  22.���Mme. Steinheil on      sl    ���:'1 this ���ve <"���lge the entire
la! for murder has received innum-   U1     ':'   ' "    Bacon   tllPI'e    wUl  be aIl
ning of the literary history of
England.
^__W\\^4_%_^
I O. O. P.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 2���Meets in Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday even
ins; at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Gi.'.^y,
N. G.: C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
T. J. TRAPP & C0.,Ud.
able    offers    of    theatrical engage-:'
- and proposals of marriage. One
the writers said he would have an j
M tne writers said lie would nave an . expects    to  find  there
bile   at   ".-   prison  door after ,ns own dla,'-v- ffUch wlU
to take her   j ' :   :il!   d'"v,:   tha'   ^"" :'
".il in readiness
for Ar:.- . Ic l
as
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FRONT  STREET
Is the place to buy or sell  new and
seeecond-l good3 of any kind.    We
iOO DOZEN JELLY JARS
| Eli ly   known
������   s a  much  married
���    tl   ��� Bacon was her a vn Bon,
:   a bi other  iii  ,
of Ess. o was
to    death    by  his own
. iring to claim his birth-
.
ty expects to find in Bacon's
ings In the oi Igina] conl
��� rs al-
���    have > Btabl     ��� I
���  e   daughter   of    Henry
OTHER FRATERNAL BOCIETIE8
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M . King Solomon 1-odge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. U
No. 1150; L. O. L.. No. 1593; Court
Sapperton. No. 46^1. [. o. F.; C. U.
F. Court Westminster, N'o. :;::���':
Brotherhood of Owls. Ne^t  No. ZD.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283���Meets second and fourth
Mondays at s p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood St.
W. RICH
��� hich we are offering for 40c per doz. j in the Tower of
"b:       are new. [troublous  times    that   antedated  her
Wc- also have a -: ��� " _ ; large cast was married to Earl    :   !-��� ������ ��� --
of I ter, Bacon's father.
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
! Animals
for sale at a banr.ln.
We can't br-ein t0 tell you all we
have, but no matter what you want
come here fir-t.
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HAND    STORE,
Columbia St.      "Man on the Wheel."
learning and
:if London during the O      uuu
pressing.
DEALER IX
Ex-
ACTRE;
S  WILL   MARRY
NEPHEW   OF   EMPEROR
Angel-s. Ne.,. 22.���Miss Dorothy Russell, formi rly Mrs. Abbott
Einstein of New York, daughter ol
Lillian Russell, the actress, la reported to ie- ��� - . ��� ���,, Aokl Sumutrul,
Prince   Mutsuhlto,  a  nephew  of  the
��� ror of Japan. Miss Russell,
who ia waiting here for ihe arrival
of 'be  prini i   from    Japan, admitted
night that she intended to marry
'hi   .i.e; ani -���.
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few seasons attained an   d ee ol popularity on the American
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.greater than ever and I now on    they    will be quite the
proper materials for fall winter  wants.      Thej   make  up
into nice dressy garmeni . ,,.,, ,,���������,, axdte_ to the climatic
demands for warmth thai |awn and other cotton materials
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same color; 28 Inches wide, per yard
65c
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MEMBER 23. 19W.
C THE DAILY NEWS.
"#
TAGE NTNE.
JOHN OLIVER'S MANIFES TO.
_ .:,. : | e announcement of the rail-
ffaJ. poncj   s nnmha of events have
.....   v      :, make it clear thai �����
bed a political crisis in thi
1, :    ���   requires  your  most
��� ration.    The pron.ultra���
:t was al once follow-
... gnatkms of the Finance
.;.-   Mi   Tatlow, a.nd the Minis-
-    Mr.  Fulton,     on     the
thai ���' e_ could nts*. give their
port i       .-    arrangement   ar:.     ,
id,  and Mr. Mann.
��� cpected, ila   .��� . -
��� imp e^eMp  for  tl ���
:.   .:.   th    ( ..
��� ���  .���      I .ves
at lan
..:   et    With   tb<    :��� -
��� ,   Hibbed   Tuppi
...:,..   c I  the  gn   tesl
and    i
refuse to 1
--   a      ..    .
:i ot the Provi:.
���  ���: - is vigor-
isl ���:.    :
mus:     .:���
... lie    s<
��� - .
. v ��� ��� ch, the H
said:   "lir gi\ iny j
thern,  we  are  not   giving you it two etranscontii
.:   T   P. in-, nds !.. :
to  ���   dc   ivei  bi anch
.-.-.,: i ��� |      j to rea
i thi   Chicag ., Mil
tee & ��    Paul  is coming    to
Iring Vi an I l
I al   u   .....  dat   -
��� aiai railways.
���ee have six transcontinen-
5i ��� ving  Vancouvi r and
.Mainland at an eai!;.  d
le to conceive of a wil
unconsidered  project  than
��� g  thi   < ii Ire credil  ol
���- to secure i1,.. construc-
: ly  one of thi se  lines,  i s-
li   \ i' w of the admis li
Bowser,  thai    in    any
���   Grand Tumi;   Paciflc  rail-
to  reach  Vancouver  In
Ol    thai      railway?      1.      the
!'. Iflc and Chic
wftnkee A- St Paul, to saj  i
the other lines  t.     v
can come and are cor;.
a:.I   8   g .:.":.   tee   OH   td     oi   I
wiiiii   madder  projeel
��� ed   than  that   of  exhaus
credil   to bring in  a  sii
[kt  tht  resl   Is s
transcontinental railwa. .    -:
COV.K    I... ;..    ::.   B3XI    t ��� I    I
���we could  noi  keep    . :    t the 1
In  any casi '
It   is    ..' ::.���:'.   that i
a sed lev Mr. McBride and I
Yel-
��� i     ..... thi
'    ���     : aa JT.     It 1.
���   .   Kl
'...:...-	
: ���     ' ���
..:   is  routi
.   - ��� ���     -
track the C   P. P.    1 '���   .
-     .'     .     ;..
ad the ri
-  I    :  ���   '������
Ide to aba rhe
t Ni
��� :
I th i       t o Vai
nowhere doul
..:. . .. .. and i verj w
ns up i ....
The  I solutely es   ���     ..
with 1
Ject foi   railwaj  aid In I   -  P
penini       of ne^
and second, cheap transepi
tion.   The McBride-Mann schi
tlu'   contrarj',   provides   for    dou
C P. R. throughout i
of its     ���   '     ai .:  doi a ' it  contemplate thi   bulldii le bn
line,   li makes no provision whati v< r
with n gard to freight rates    In his
 speech   Mi    D iw sei   said:
"There might be some questional
to ila     ntrol of pa   engei and fri
rates   but   n 11 --.  h i   disi ussi l    this
���    tter with  M a   Mann   we
lusloi   thai ii  u
not be wise to have Buch a clause in-
:   in  tl ���   agri i rai nl '    The  Mc
Bride  Governmi nt,  afti r    coi
ir tely di     '   !  : . '
all mention of freighl and passenger
rates from lhe averment. For Ihis
;,(���:,.-.r, n." evense can possibly he a*
.signed. If the Province is noi to re-
oi '. fi railway that win aid at in on'
tasl of opening-up and developing
over 800,000 square miles 0. , . ���
thi onlj reason that would be put
������..���.I oi aiding a double-tracking
through line of easj grades would be
... H would redttci  ���' ��� ���     pas
& ates to a mini   ..       ���. \ we
��� ���: so to this effivt i
bi   onti Ise,    Could f.n> tl        :;
obvious tha mho facl thai under ihis
wild   and   uneorisi.i. ���<-,,   a
v    a     . -i .���.'. to mortga
. dc Hai foi an
; i fusi s 1 at  an   coi
r-vei  In return?
I have < ...
aii'  r,
.     la.    a sit
190?   '
said      : i ������   .'��� .-
'.,.."��� ..   ' 11
ou ��� .'. i  s .... Intelli
ent to 1 ....
: v si mi    tl
!'   . . . -  seem   to
il. dol                ������ ithoui
hoi   '-��� s   Un         .>   did
whan  tbe; w<ii   in re<
favors I tue   G'ven
daj '    ,\  : .  .   . ���.    i.rdina     cl ange
of v lev  . that u :.������
'., -    i ��� ; i ,   1    pii a ,      " ..       a      ��
Mar i I al  the  doo     w
1 .   "   Ud   IU   III -.-.111.-       1 ���
v| ioi     i.. has
nbandi ni d   and  cn   onl al  his
\>     is    kt us give dei
.a., r,, ;.'   to tl P8e und. 1 taking,
bul   Iel   us  ch e  nothln    '������    e."
To lighten the burden for the Proi
Ine as much . a pi ssll I ai  the
same tmle pi .> Ide fi    ��        I   nbso
luiely  essential- TUB OPENING  UP
OF  NEW  TERR1T0 :'
don   would  he  to  g      Do
I'i..- in. lal . .'-li BUbsIdli s fi
from   Yellowhead,  down   the    N'o th
Thompi ���"  in  Kami ������"       "��� ������       ' '
waj   .'i   Ni. ola   1. iK.   ie.   Mi rrlti
the i'..1.1".ii. i   to i      Sun    ;'   i
-y r Coquohala to Hope, and the��c< ������
.: i- ooast. 1 iindersiand the Canadian
Northern objects to build in* through
Hie Hope mountains on acco.ni of the
i look upon ihe Past throng*!
the Hope Mountains as one of great
importance. Tf the Canaliafi .Nortl
is prepared to build through thai
Pass apoi ���:������������ i ot a roasonahle
subsidy, 1 Would advocate thai the
-..:... through the Hope monniains
should he .-onstna.. ��� the (rovem-
rnent as a Qov<       ��� a  connect*
ins with the V . \    &   I thc  B
a   oai     to 1      "  si  of
Sopi   Mountains   and   ������ ���..  Hie
\     V   &   K , 1lie Ki .. e   \   ���      i    wa.
and thc Canadian Xoiihern i     way I
...  ..f ilu- mountains    It l
���        .  i   b���
a   a       theSl     ..-.���������     ���   ���
..- ;'... on whi.. ni s
I : a   ;,.  .. a   e      ��� .a     1 iin
. e a vailw;..  ;   ...- e at New V
. a...     ��� ments
only would new av.. I ��� pened
! . ' et$ mile ol i a ra
������ in the Kootenaj ��� a id Okan
w [th theii i ���.:���'��� ste ol farm
ace, ftfttil .'e'e.l and goM would
oughl almost to thi   1    i   doors
\ i ���������
..'   .. thei  open up pc        ��� o! the
.,   a; |  i sent Inaci ��� e   ble  and
 ���-.��� as far i      ��� ���   ' le of !'-.'
amcuntil  >   -e'1 .:>
. ollai ���-   already offel i ,\ 1"  I
. ion Gkji.; nment    to assist the
���-. of railways   i would discon��
tinue  the  insane  poiicj   of    tiib.
Ottawa, and make IntelligeW  Use of
��� I i-  :-uh\ entlons  all ea lj   ai  Qui   dis
posal
uv   following    oul    tin   '';���'��� o dtlon
iam, ino ProiInce would be i
. ed the Immed ate i on   i ui I lon ol
one thousand mile . ,-; i ailvi aj   everj
ol  to hi.'ii    �� ould opi 11    up '>��� '
��� a. i ii.111.    instead    ol
���a hich    300    mih b   doublet!
a   j . alreadj  In eastern i   �� hile onl}
mlli ��� are tntendi ���! to ������ rvi
lerrltorj       Even  of    lhe  ���
, ,i   hj   tin-   McBi Ide Mean   ai
meni  much  thai  (���. tio!   double ti >��� b
ago Is    Imi ,;   ,s   -" '''   ' vr
the proposal to reach Vanc.-e ������.-
i'r sen'.- Vallej bj waj or Spetntiet
Bridge and lhe C. V. R. instead of
coming by the short and dire.a route
by Waj   oi Hope mountains.
The madness or t!he McBride projeel., and all the droufli-rtaWce.. under
which it has heen forced upon lhe
electors--who are not Offered a completed agreement, nho are kept in
the ."talk as to what ii maj finally
contain, who are daily misled ai ���
whal ii does e<-.n1ain. who are denied
time to consider its pTOvisiOl ���
from whom lhe voters' lists afv ���
ilj withheld for ihe deliberate parol prove nting a free exjpros ��� ���
public  opinion���Should   he   a   suffi-
w at nine thai   n  crisis hi-  been
r, the management of fhe at-
thi   pre -e   �� Mi;. maj  load
to i        .���     " hich if  Is I   pow ble to
....
-             not. the
time to allow ourselves to be biin.ied
������ an  influenced  by  pai Lj   ��� ���
Two    Mini -f   the
(   ." ei   ���-, id ,v..a  ol: ei - .it ��� ha	
and integi it;   \ a _   v- . ���      ������   '������ ���
theii b.-Hi. -.. hile the province ,v
bring plundered bj the sacrlfl i ol
our credit, withoul return ol any
kind; whal the) ca ��� ��� ��������� do
Others need nol be ashamed to under
take,     The preseni contesi is In no
.   political      it is nc moi e polt
tlcal   than   was  the    fleghl   wi��',l  by
Manitoba againsi   railwaj   moaopoly
and the disallowance of railwaj charter* The Opposition which l have
thi hohor to lead is flelitine wiili ali
thi ��� tt<egth 11 ��� e.r. muster in faxoi Ol
Provincial Rights, and aeainsi a mis-
. ,,'. . attempl purBuad by meih-
ods the most doviono and vIcIoub, tot
the purpose of hahdlng British * ".itin-ii
bla ei. i. bound and help!. ba ',-������
expi. Iti .i bj a railway corpbrattoh>
ii i behalf .if a United BritlBh Co-
1 appeal eonfldenlly io >'' ��� I!
aeii.' is min.I th evarj lovi ol ttle
pi-oi im... i.i spare no effori to pte
lam  ihe realleatloh ol  the McBridi
liana   p] ojei '
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ii(! Lily Liiiincil
Great Liberal Rally
The Opera House
lloiiLs iiliiiri .Scssimi
(I 'oiiliini.
I from   I'ni'.v
Coutracl
im.
Tuesday, November 23, at 8 P.M.
F. C WADE, K. C. DUNCAN ROSS
J. J. JOHNSTON
International     Contract      i ipany,
v,nue in the effei I thai Ills compan)
would   have  to  switch  th,.  roadwa)
iiiiii.' trom ti i.i i.. il.   new Lulu
Island bridge within a w eeh Ue
iiiini^lii the city could nol gel the up
proaohei   read)   In    thai    time,  aad j
slated    Dial    ills   CODlpanj     wmilil    put
iii a temporary approach ai a low
cosl to allow trains to go ovei Ra
ferred lo special bridge committee,
Old   ppoplc'i   Heme.
K. .1. Underhill wrote asking the
opinion of the oounoll  In regard to
iiuliilltiK iiii old i ilea' im  some
where    in    Ilia   law.a     iiiiilnliilid II
tiiitiiiiiK were dune i.y ihe government
it whh hin Intention '" bring it be*
fore the Union ol British Columbia
Municipalities. The mayor thoughl
thai ii Kin.uld i.e undei the manage*
ment of the government, ratbei Hum
under municipal control    Reterred to
the  mayor   witli  DOWei   to Bflt,
KHtlmateH   In   fnvoi    or   Ilie   llilellin-
tional Contraol company rm I1740.B4
nml ITHii.io. respai lively, foi work
done in month of Ootobei were pasted
for payment.
The resignation of n C MoKay M
oaptaln or No. I Bre ball waa received
ami acoepML   The oholoe nr a Ri"'
' - '���'������_WW i ""' hiiiulK nf ' i.i' I
Watson,
Koiiert WiiIhoii, of Sapperton, com
|.l.lined ahum tbe coiiilltiiui of Al
berta streel rs llghl nnd Ore protec
tlon, Referred to the Unht committee.
in regard tt the storm  watei  on
hird  Hire..i  an.i   Tlpperary  avenue,
City KtiKiiieei  nin. ki.iii ii reported   11
mould   i.e  advisable   to   build   nee
storm  Hewers lo roi i im I   the evil     I li"
estlmat<ed oosl of the work i�� 110,360.
\lderman Jardine ihiuiBht the scheme
whh wild mid unconsidered, fhe ,p-
poii wns laid on the table,
(Jllley BfOSi nsked pel -mission to install ii good set of ..'Hlibnnks scales
on Columbia streel In front Ol their
offlce. They could accolllinodate the
public for ii small Charge. The mutter was left In the bunds ot the spe
Clal scales committee, composed of
Aldermen .lohnston, Adams and .'��!'-
dine.
The iirrntiRcinonts necessary to
carry tho power wires of the city over
thfi new Lulu Island bridge were left
In the hands of tho electrical superintendent.
\  requesi tor an arc llghl on the
coi nei   .'i   r. nth   Btn el   and   Eighth
a ven in u.,. i... u. a fi om 11 Bldi nl i
in thai v i. inii\ i;. ferred to llghl
committee.
\ i.let luun i li nle) upoi ini thai be
would Bee the H 0 H 11 aboul pi lui
en ih, south end .'i the Lulu Island
in Idge i in spi inl bridge commltti i
whh t;i\en pnwei to ai i in cou|imc
(ion wiih him iii living Up the ap
pi ..a. lies.
n was d -I'ldei. fo meet the n<' ' H
men iii in o'clock Wediiesda) morn
inn io dlscuBB iii" Columbia street Im
provemetttB .... tal as they affected
ii..- railway compan)
The Columbia sheet local Improve
menl newer asseBBinehl bylaw and the
sidewalk assessmenl bylaw Were read
n third time and finally passed The
amendmenl to the liquoi license bylaw waa also given lis Una] reading
mid   passed.
ii was decided u> have Uuee poll
inn booths toi the municipal elections
io be held here on December 13, one
nt the oounoll ohamber In the olty
hall, one al the Bre hall In iappei
'oil   nnd  one  nl   Ilie   wntei woi ks sloi e-
lioiise nt  iin. eoiiiei  oi  Quebec and
Eleventh sti""is.   The deputy returning  offloei's are  A,   Peele,   n    i    S
Burnett, mukIi Burrard and Ct, w. Gil-
land
.\iii"iiiniii Jardine broughl in �� mo
Hon thai a referendum be submitted
in ti." people ns to th" advisability
or continuing undei the old dty char
ter in making >i < hange lo the gem ral
municipal   acl      The   motion   was
passed.     Th" mayoi   thought, the  local
newspapers might explain the mean
iinr ot the change
on th.- recommendation of Alderman   (liny,   the clinilliie.n   "f  the   lieli*
committee, it was decided to place
arc lights al the corners or (.'irth avenue nnd Fourth slreet. nrd Fifth avenue and Thirteenth street, and 100
(j.p. Incandescent   lumps al the oof-
Aeis iif Tenth streel and Seventh
avenue, nml Tenlli streel and Eighth
avenue, nnd al some plade on Knox
mni   l.eniy   stieets.
VANCOUVER GET9 THE
MONEY TOR HARBOR
DEMAND THAT FRENCH
lil Mllilll IN MIIIHIIS
Ontario   French-Canadians   Will   Take
Important Step at Convention In
January.
. I
niinwa. N"V 22.���About si\ hundred delegates aw expected to attend    the   Kreiicli-t'hiinilinn   CoUgteSB
here in Jahuat) it is denied the
gathering wlll have nny political sis-
nilleniiee It will he exclusively from
Ontario and mainly tot Hie inomiilliin
or the educational movement;
The preliminary atifthgemehta were
made al B meptlne Of the eeneial com
iniii"" mi October IS at Which it was
ii... iii"ii iii "iiii the dougress;   The
committee, Whidh whs preshlpil over
by  Judge  ('oi!sliinln!!"iiii   was  aflend-
"d by members from Eastern Ontario
nml points in Ontario as tar west is
Sudbury, At the meeting ot the gen-
eta! committee n report, of Ihe school
system of Ontario in feegard to the
ti " i.itia or French, which   question
has   been    thoroughly    studied   by   ii
sub-committee appointed for ihe purpose by the general committee, was
presented  to the members present.
This report wns iinnnlmously adopted l.v th. me,.iii,e which expresses
its appreciation of the work ot the
sub committee. The reporl refers to
the necessity of having all children
or French dflgin taught in their mo-
thel toneue throughoul the different.
In finches of tlie school system of Ontario without in any way Interfering
with  the teaching of English.
Many Attend Funeral of Priest.
Baltimore, Nov. 22.���Attended hy a
dense throng of priests, seminarians,
sfndents of Catholic colleges and laymen, the funeral of Kev. John C.
Tahh, the blind poet-priest of Mnry-
ille, who died last Friday, was he'd
at St. Charles Coilege, Elllcott City,
, today.
"Lifebuoy Soup Is delightfully refreshing for hath or toilet. For washing underclothing It. ls unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
Vancouver, Nov. 22.���The Dominion
government has made an appropriation of (190,000 to commence work on
tbe improvement of the Narrows. In
reply to a telegram of Inquiry sent to
Ottawa by the mayor, Minister Pugsley wired lis follows to Mayor Douglas on Saturday:
"Ottawa, Ont,, Nov. '2b.
"C. S. Douglas, Esq., Vancouver, B.C.:
"Have placed ninety thousand {'0'"
lui'8 In main estimates for commencement of work Improvements, Vancouver harbor.
"WII.MAM  PUGSI.EY."
The whole work, of course, will cost
many   limes   the  amount   at  preseni
Tornado Demolishes Houses.
St. Louis, Nov. 22.���Specials from
Dexter, Mo., say that thirty-five houses were wrecked and several persona
hurt ln a tornado there today, The
town lias a population of 200(1.
appropriated, bul as evidence that the
federal government is in earnest, and
that Minister Pugsley meant what ho
said when he promised tbe harbor improvements would be forthcoming,
the appropriation of $90,000 has been
pul in the general estimates for this
year. The flrst work taken up wlll
be the widening of the Narrows and
the dredging of False creek.
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Popular the World Round.
The worlj-wide popularity o{ Watson's
Scotch Whisky is ons of the strongest proofs of
its exceptional merit.
The Canadian will ^laom he disappointed,
it he asks for Watson's Scotch anywhere from
Halifax to \ ancouver.
If he travels down the Pacific Coast he will
find it at the "Portland or the "St. Frsncis."
Should he continue his journey through the
Orient, he will find Watson i in Honolulu ; in
Levuka (Fiji), at the "Grand ' in Yokahama;
the "Imperial in Tokio; and at evsry house of
any consequence in the Flowery Kingdom.
Even in far-off Korea the brand 19 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 ' Taj Mahal in Bombay, it is known
and enjoyed, and Australasia has accepted it as
Scotland s best.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE 3TAI "���A mill, t'aorongtiy aatartJ Scot-:!..
"NO. 10"���A tJ_V_*_*__. ricUy fjvor.i S-totek.
JA.MES WATSON & CO., Limited  -   Dundee.
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-- - ::. .-?���:. v.--s-5 ;t_: :t. ~ _���__:.-. rs
.: that 7arty un c7_>;;.;; raDwaj
:.y. . "ion.
The truth is tha: the Lit*:... partj
while opposing the ooaotmedoo c.   --
trunk line of rai'.way piraI.c..-�� aa-
.���:���-: ���- .rk b.---   : :��l\ - ^> u;;_. :--:  -
.���raordinary. so extrmvasaBt     K
outrageous las iie late F~.zi.z:r Miais-
ti    terms it, as to caus-r :':.-
vatlvt-  pi-.rty  to split In  tw.-..:    ..:'��� -
catet  tbe very policy of the i    en
ments of the pra:-.-   ;- -   -
ezcletes the ucbc>u._idpj _,czl::��-\
its opponents In ttaeta rain -".'���
tr, Justify the deal with the   Canadian
Northern Railway company.   T:.e Liberal patry standi for the eons)
of branch Lines   I r^ad throughc-u: I
provi:. -  ���     .. -- ���   - ;��� w   I pi   re I ������'���
ly developnit-i:  ::ads. belitv:r.i  :':...'
It Is the d.\.y  ���' :r.- F~:.-.7b. G '������::���
mc-nt and ���:' the railway cos;...::-- ���
attend to the    hmrtprnn of providing
tr^nk lines    Then := m qoestios
��� it  -   fact thai the Car.ii:.-.:. N"onh-
������:-   :--  waj   will  build :c the eoa=.
s     -.:.- -;: :: r.ece.ves a guarantee
���'������_::> from tbe Provincial Govern-
- stance be necessary to
.-_L    '.rr'   Messra   Mackenzie   &.
f te the Dominion Govern-
aad   ���...ei:  application   Will   be |
--. .-.; on ::j moiU
_ _: ______ teal with Premier McBrlde \
��� j -  ��� i tenl  ;.'.'.: ::ad in a sense
Dl tht -'-. uldering of such en-
���:��� j    The line win not
I -    -'.   '.y.  the advantage I
"�� Brttlsl   / Imnbla.   It will be more!
-  - general advantage of the Do-���
mon  'or the advantage
prairie   provinces,    and   very.
���:.       still for the advantage of:
:  Mann and other par- i
ll   Let the Government '
construction of branch i
ment roads, and
: - ��� dare not oppose such a
���  ���     -   I   sed  u;>on  reason-
terms within tbe capacity of the
���'.':  '   ".a Times.
"TLErORD   CITIZENS
HAVE FAITH  IN JUDGE.
ttleford, Nov. 2:\���The following
.-.ion was passed at a joint meet-
_   f tlu council and board of trade:
- is  it  has  come  eto  our  no
tice that charges of misbehavior
have been made against his Honor
Joudge MacLean of the District Court
for rhe Districl of Battleford.
"And whereas we believe that the
circumstances upon which the
charge is based resulted from the illness of his Honor the Judge along
with  other  unusual causes of  worry.
"And whereas we have full confidence in and respect for his Hon-.r
the Judge, both as a judge and as a
citizen of our town.
"It is therefore resolved by this
rueetirg of the Municipal Council
of the '.town of Battleford ti.at we
bave fill confidence in his Honoi
Judj.e MacLean as a judge of thi
Districl Court ;���! d entertain foi I
K-'ir.gs oi blgtest respect as a citi-
zei of our town, and it. is hoped that
ro action will be taken which would
:��� L't either ir his dismissal fi'om
odee  or   hi.s    removal   from   Battle-
tord.
' It is further resolved that copies
of th's resclutii r be sent to the
Honorable the Minister of Justice and
to h:c Honor Jud^-f  MacLean.'
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER __  .
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TIME TABLE
ANC0UVER SET H
S-S.  Princess V. ���.,.   .      ,��� I
������������-- tl : m "'3 VaJ
1", daily ti ......  v,.: - Seatf
b-o.   (.llaruivr   leave
'  -m., dally for VI-       "    ' '*r .
SS. Princess ' tarloi ,   ���
,-ouver. 10 ajn    ... VaJ
! or Victoria. ��� l^i]��
S.S. Trader will ....... Vlct0rt> ,
New Westminst,    ewy Tn    ':i:o:
I>-avt
uesday.
Leaves  Ne*   Wsstmii, -
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IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
AS OTHERS SEE IT.
A Paipable Misrepresentation.
es from British Columbia re-
;:. .        ��� -.   tie should have been pro-
ting .thi   . ���Sal .rday Sunset.
Liberals Want Railways.
It is no: the facl  thai  tbe Liberal
port  Mr.  McBride as n   -.��� .   ise ol ::....   ;.   ...   .;n? nii^^y    construc-
a telegram from Mr. Roblin in whicl tion ir: Brit       Columbla.   The Lib   ���
; e claim is                         I              t al partj  Is advocating tbe encourage-
of bringing in tbe i   nadian Northern ^en|.ofrai                '    ction ��stands
for thi       nsti a tic ���  of railwa;
railway,  freight  rates  bave   :������;.:���-..... .......    ino,r car:.
du��    25 .per cenl , not i   -.-   ���    ...       inlesc avenues f>'
Thl         not  .'���!;.   Roblii      - inl             with  Its now ali but
achii         ni In exaggreg I         but it inaccessible parts be built   T
appro                 ablest effort    . been  th<   position of the party ever
line, George ii. .Shaw, Traffl.           - nceil attained power at Ottawa. The
of the (    N   It., in a letter -<, bb. wonderful   development   of    business
lin   bearing    . ���       :   .-    ���             .- nd industry In British Columbia dur-
1909   -a    ,. ed tbat tne rate   printed in^ the past few years has been coin-
in tarifl 56, now In force ovei tbe Ca- ridental   with   the   railway   policy   of
nadl           thern   Bhow a reduction ol "������'' Federal Government. While that
15 pei  cenl    from the rates In '���    -��� Government has been active, the loin ':.   pro Ince on Februar.   11,1 eai  G vernment   has   l>een    passive
:           ���  . Premier McBride has mor- than once
alws                 .' - .         Bearing a special point of this passivity,
the fact that lasl yi u  I      B     d  ol He  bas  indicated  the  progress  that
Trad.-  fought   the   new  local   frieght has   b<-<-n   made  as  a. reason  why  a
tariff of the railwaj     lefon   -  ��� Provincial   Government  was  justified
the ground  thai In having no railway policy.    He has
It  involved   execessive   Increases    on claimed that more mileage of railway
i . .-...  , ������  points in Manitoba, one Is hfc,K ^"'e-n fjuilt in the province during
.....    .. tilled   in   askini               this his  regime   when  his  policy   was to
claim of  a  15 per  cent reduction  be 'Jo nothing than during all the years
i    ked  bj   the actual figures before preedecesslve Governments were otter-
.-. ceptlng it. lng inducements to railway companies
But if it be accepted it establishes to come in and possess the land.
a reduction  of only 16 per  cent, not Now he has shaken off his lethargy
2b per cent as claimed by the    Mr. sss
Roblin in  his zeal for the Interests
of his friend  M.r McBride.
In any case on'- thing is surf;���ti.' r���-
been .>-.-.- freight rate reduction
in the nine years the Manitoba Gov-
err.r.v ol n ade its bargain with the
C. N. Ii. than In any previou eighl
year period in the history of the prov-
Electors of New Westminster:
HEAR
Sir Charles Hibbert
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARRIB-
tars and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Ed meeds.
ince.   Take wheat rates as an exam- WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
pie: Blnce 1900 'ney have fallen only,
:', cents a hundred.   This Is the more
astonishing because the province etooh '
power   under   its  Contract   to  order  a:
redaction of 4 cents  pei   hundred.���
Winnipeg Free Press,
iM'f.i
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Mr.   Bowser's   Record.
What is the record Of Hon. W. J-
Bowser as Attorney-General'/ It. is
of rank failure, bungling arid posing.
In not one important case has he bei n
successful for the province. Ii we
are to measure Mr. BowBer's fitness
for the position of Attorney-General
by his record in the court,-, he will
measure up the Bmallesl of anj man
who has ever occupied a similar position in tbis oi anj othi i Canadian
province,    *   *   ���
Blnce Bowsei bas been Attorney-
Genera! ..I British Columbia and bend
..I a prlvi :��� law iii in we bave bad the
amazing spectacle ol meinben ol his
bim pleading and winning causes in
the Lands Department In which other
law firms had pleaded and tailed. We
have seen a member of Bowser's. Arm
tearing to tatters In the police court
a liquor law framed by Bowser. We
havi Been BowBer himself pleading a
case, Heinze vs. the C. P. H. ln which
the defendant sought to evade partition of ii land grunt for the express
purpose ol robbing the province of the
taxation. As Attorney-General it is
Bowser's duty to advise the departments of his Government. Yet we
find bis own firm advising and pleading for clients who have causes
against the departments which he is
supposed to represent. What a howl
would be raised if a Judge were to
try a cause iii which he were interested; but how much better Is Bowser's  position  as Attorney-General?
In the case of Rex vs. Garvin the
province was put to costs of over $1,-
000 to find out that the milk regulations of the province were so muddled
that a conviction could not be secured. Bowser has never attempted to
amend those regulations. And so we
could go through the whole piece and
on for columns citing proofs of Bowser's utter failure as a Crown officer.
He has fattened his private practice
by the fact that he has been Attorney-
General and has neglected his duties
as such even putting himself in antagonism to the interests of the prov-
(P, C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler. W
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, ori[K>site
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 14?,. Vancouver offices,
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 412 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
Tupper
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
LBaves Victoria 11 p.m utiadi-J
.��ach   month   __ '�����
ports;   twentieth  of  es h  r:.on,hZ
'Ahcuset,  Quatsino.  Cape    B   ���'"
,way pons. utl *���
VANCOUVER-NANAIM0 ROUTE,
S.S, Joan.
Leavte  Vancouver _ p::    ..
cept  Sunday,    Leaves Nanalmo''ml
am. '
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess   Royal.   Leaves Va->court
une 25 and Ju.;.  B 1
Princess    May    leaves   VancouiJ
une IS and Julv 2.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princ-se Beatrice .   rej Vancoi.il
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Que*n City leaves   Viscouvl
June 14 and 27, and every two weej
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
From  New   Westminster   UonilJ
Wednesday and Friday at s am
From Chilli-*?. -. j .    | ty Than
and Saturday at "  t
For   reservations   anl   latorniJtl
call  or address
ILET,
Age- ��� mlnst
C. B
Asst Gen. Pas
J. W. Tl
General Su;--li
Grand Trunk R
St. Patrick's Hall
Wednesday, November 24.     Chair
to be taken at 8 P.M.
Excellent Train Service Betwe
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, TorontJ
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Bostoj
And all the principal b ismesscenten
ONTARIO, QUEBEC an.i the MAI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK i
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Fai
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  VY.  VAL.X.
. Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Tid
Agent, 135 Adams St. Chicago.
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Praser, J. ,\	
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. Manson, W	
('avail,   T	
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.   Parsons,   11.   G.   ...
MacKenzie. F. J.  .
.Manson,   VV.   J.   . . .
Helmcken, il. D. ,
Koss, YV.  K	
Jackson, J.  R,   ...
. Miller, E	
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Shaw. C.  P	
Mackay,  N.  P,   .
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��� Stewart, J.
Wright,   Harry   ...
Ellison,  P	
Taylor,   T	
Cotton, F. L. C.  ..
P.raden,   W,   It.   ...
Manson,  M	
Eberts,  D.  M,   ...
Shatford.  1_. W.   ...
Hunter, W	
Bowser,   \V.   J.   ...
Macgowan, A. H. B
McGuire, Dr	
Watson,  H.  H.   .
TIsdalL C. E	
McBrlde, R	
Davey, Fred	
Behnsen,   H.   F.   W.
Thomson, H. B.  .
Gifford,  T '.'
McBride, R	
Schodeid, J. H.   .
Kearn
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Jones.    11;
Yorston, .
Munro, C
Foi resl  J
King, Dr.
E. ins J,
Buchi
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Jardine,  ,i
Fisher, A
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Campbell, J	
Macdonald, G. E	
Stables, .1.  b	
Oliver, John	
Drury, it. i.	
Houston, W.
Munn, H. A.
Johnston, J.  J
Henderson,   S.
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: ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU Ovi
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE!
Eight Trains Every Day in the lj
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Pan
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN,
Embodies the newest and
for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
} LUXURY.      It  is
| electricity aud gas; the .
: Iv illuminated train In
j equipment consist, ot prlrate ��o��
I ment cars, standard  18        m ' ,
ers,    luxurious dining car,   r*c
chair cars   (seats  tree),  mo<te��
coaches and buffet, library and
lag cars.
For  Time   Tables.   Folders
further Information call ��n 0T
F. W. PARKER.
Seattle. N��
est M
wrii
720 Second Avenue.
"The Milwaukee!
-The   Pioneer Limited,"    St.  PM
Chicago, "Short   Line,    Om
Chicago,    "South     West    L      1
Kansas City to ChlcaB��-
No   trains  in   tlie   service  on    ��
railroad  in  the  world *����?*
equipment  that  of  the  <��W��      J
waukee  &  St.  Paul  MlW*    J
own  and operate their own    ���   '  .
and dining oars on ail.he'.^
give  their  patrons  an ex
service not obtainable eleew
H. 9. ROWE, 0'**��}Jf&
134 Third St., cor. Ald.r P*** ���.V  NOVEMBER 8, IW.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE   Kl.KVKM.
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VOTE FOR
AN JOHNSTON
New Westminsters Candidate
FOR   M.P.P.  ON   THE   25th
Vote for Alderman Johnston and
the enforcement of fair wages to
white men.
Vote for Alderman Johnston and
a free bridge.
Vote for Alderman Johnston and
the land for the people.
Vote for Alderman Johnston and
the preservation of British Columbia's
natural resources.
Refuse to guarantee $45,000,000
and endanger the credit of the Province for only 200 miles of new railway.
Support John Oliver, the man
from Delta, a son of the soil, who
knows what the country needs and
will see that she gets it.
Support the railway policy of John
Olive)*, which will give an entirely new
route, via Kamloops, Nicola Lake and
down the Coquohalla to New Westminster and Vancouver, opening up fertile
valleys and covering a route which nowhere double-tracks an existing railway.
Support the policy that will open
up portions of the Province at present
inaccessible, and to make use as far as
possible of the subsidies, amounting to
nearly Seven Million Dollars, offered by
the Dominion Government, to assist
the building of railways.
New Westminster expects that every man will do his duty
on
November 25 and Vote for Johnston.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY. NOVEMBEB -
'905
Something
New
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
IMPERIAL CREAM. AND
TO INTRODUCE IT WE
ARE SELLING IT FOR 10c
A TIN. THIS IS A NEW
LINE WITH L'S, AND WE
WANT IT TO BE A NEW
LINE   WITH   YOU.
REMEMBER THAT ALL
GOODS WELL BOUGHT
ARE   HALF  SOLD.
Come in and look
around. That is
what this store is
for.
NA-DRU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Berated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, s/.eetest
.and best toilet powders for infants or adu'ts.
T. A. MUIR _ CO.
Ellara  Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
��� THE ���
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK-
PHONE 475.
Residence
Fine   moden ge lot
. ���       street     Best   01   '��� -��� '.v. for
GEO.  ADAMS,   Prop. '
Young Mao, Young Woman!
Do ���       ������'-. ii pn sent em- j
ployei ;���'.-��� fli ;....
a betti tion tehan :���- i ���������.:<��� now j
holding   oi else    you    an- worth no.
'..���-.    to helm   af'��-r    having worked
thre*     ��� than  jron    were at the
start. The best move for yon I to
attend tbe Westrr.ins.er Modern Business School. That's what many are
doing.
Hoty, flay iirni evening session.   A<1-
drf-��p.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, flr-ms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
mei t oi correal ond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening ta ������ accounts.
![ you haven'l  a  Savings Account,
NOW is the best time to start one.
LIST YOUR   PROPERTY  WITH
W. H. NESBiTT & SON
Phone  596 650 COLUMBIA  ST.
MERRITHEW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
WE COLLECT RENTALS
Ami attend to all the details in the
management of a property with the
same care as if the ownership was
vested in us.
The surest way of securing your
^ business that we know of is to induce
you to talk the matter over with any
landlord whose property affairs we
are now managing.
Ours is one of the largest rental
I businesses in the province. It is the
resull of Bervice which PROVEfi to
I property owners that our administra-
i tlon of their affairs Is a Bource of
I PROFIT and not   EXPENSE.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated ISCO,
Paid  up Capital  Stock.   ...$4,914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total  Assets    $61,046,000
New  Westminster,  13.  C.  Branch,
F- 8HUTE.   Manager.
English Watchmaker
i
ESTABLISHED.
1891
INCORPORATED
1905.
City News
a: the city police court yesterdaj
two drunks were allowed out to r-'-"
tl-.-���-.. a chasce to vote ior the plebis
One other forfeited his tail
c_lz - :..':. V.:-:*:.--- <-:.;-;: ---
Bned S- "    uul the costs of the oc
A  team belonging to C'.  A   We -
became    frightened    a:  an  umbrella
yesterday, and    ran    away    from in
front of    his store,    dowi   I
street until brought to a stands::,
a  telegraph   pole  in  front  of  R>i-- -
drug store.     No damage was d
For firit-c.aie cut Sowers and any
kin; of Flora, work, :e.c;_.one Dav.e-
Greenhouse, RS08. "
Why  pay  J6-00  for a  rug a:  ycu:
door when you can buy the same I
i        a: Denny    &    Galloway,  ������
'. irniahen   4    _f:x:_. =:re��-:_
F   S. DeOrey will let the contract
, for  the construction of  his pro;   -
:._ new auxiliary schooner eitheT i ���
day or tomorrow.     The vessel, whi
will he one of the finest on the coast
will    cost    ln    the    neighbor bo   .
i.
The steamer Transfer win her-- liter leave the Bracsman-Ker w:. iri
for Ladner, Westham Island and '--.
points, at 2 u'c.ock in the aftern
instead of at 2, as hertofore, returning
on the fol.ow ag mornir.tr. On Saturday she will make an extra retuna
trip arriving In the city in the e- en
lng. Trips will be made to Bteve
ton as  the business  warrants.
Mr. and    Mrs.    F. 8.    DeGrey will
leave on    Thursday for an exten
trip   .:   the   states and  Europe.      I
the course of his travels. Mr. DeG
��� rs  to    visit    Detroit  and  othei
nts   where    gasoline    engin  -
le and to look into the latt=-
veiopments in their manufactur*-
and Mis. DeGrey will return  ..    ������
of tbe Orient.
Order  your  bulbs  for  Sprij-i  fl
r.ow    from    Davies, Green..   .
b  ��� ;... B2  ��� 251-tl
City Clerk Duncan is laid up wil
a  bad  attai .-.     I   -rip.      He   was
d .-..        terd iy afternexjn. but  .'-*-���.
luties  for the '���- ��� nil .
City Assess     :   Quarrii
Your box safety deposit va
is a private affair. N i one has ac ���
to It  but  j .ureself.     And besides   It
:-    Bate and   that   is   a factor wi
something to    :���' ���      Then    it    t
���   ill sum to i ent one of '
lng       .;,all sum.    U-1
.- -���.. ... ,  il out It.   Dominion T
Co..  Ltd.,    T.   K.    Pearson,   man
I New  Westminster branch. 228-1
rds   have be-in   posted   up   i
Bi .���.���..;    places    around    tie.- city
���   lng the fact tiiat the New     ���
bridge will \>t- clos ��� to traffic
��� from .-:  p.m.  to  ���   i 'c 0 r.  a.m.
ion    Friday.    Novembei     26, and  five
following    ' el ��������� ���     the  same
while th.- new  floor is  being
laid on the Bwing span.
A. Johnston, acting for W. Noi
Bole, K. C made application In the
county court chamber: befon Judge
Howay yesterday for substit ite servi.-.. in the casi ol Bartlett ������ Cameron. Judge Howay will ai ..ounce
: . - decision today.
A small boy ten years oi age re-
��� ni el 'ii bis home yesterdaj after a
long search had failed to loi te him,
and his parents had spei I Ight of
anxiety on his behalf. Thi city po-
lice were appealed to when search .
failed. The boy had no reason to give
for staying out, stating that be spent
the night ln a cellar.
Of course you know that Denny & !|
Galloway's new furniture 1.1   uess is
now located at 41. Sixth street.    Vou
get good, honest value there for your
money.
Carnations galore at Tid;. florist
store, T:;T Columbia Btreet. Phone
L184. **
I.
John   Cameron   Clifford,   th     three-|
year-old   grandson   of   b.   D   Bourke j
of this city, is at St. Marj    hospital)|
Buffering from a fractured      ill, the
result of the kick of a horsi  received
while    playing    around    hi    father's ||
yard.      Young Clifford  It   lln   son of
James Clifford of Van.:o .
The Sapperton branch - I he fire
department was given a , Sunday night about 10 o'cloi ��� n the
roof of J. II. Power's le , Hos- .
pital street caught fire I . chimney. The firemen wen ��� hand :|
few minutes after tin , was
turned In and the blazi |uickly
extinguished. The da in not
amount to more than ib ,,-. {lo,
The work of clearing tl...- part of
Tipperary lying   between . T ird and
Fourth street, is now aln i completed. The underbrush has been
piled in heaps and wlll be tunned as
soon as the weather win permit.
��� YMY$Y
New Thoughts in
Art Needlework
WHAT MORE PLEASANT. ON THE LONG WINTER AFTERNOONS WHEN THE STOP.'/ KING
KEEPS ONE CONFINED TO THE HOUSE. THAN TO PASS THE TIME WITH A BIT OF NEEDLE
WORK.
WITH SOME STORES THE POLICY IS TO PUT A PREMIU M ON THE OUT-OF-THE-OROINARY
THINGS. WE HAVE REVERSED THAT RULE AND PRICE THESE NOVEL EFFECTS IN MOST
ATTRACTIVE   FASHION.
CHRISTMAS IS JUST ABOUT ONE MONTH AWAY; IT IS NOT A BIT TOO EARLY TO BE-
GIN PREPARING THE LITTLE GIFT WHICH MEANS SO MUCH BECAUSE IT COMES FROM L0V-
ING   HANDS.    SECURE   YOUR   WANTS   FROM  THIS  MOST   ENTICING   DISPLAY.
Ask For
Reynier's
Kid Gloves
For Ladies
We guarantee   every pair
of Reyni.-r's Kid Gloves.
INFANTA,   two-clasp   flnp
French   kid    In  tan,   I
and black, per pair  ...J1.25
BOl'NKVAL.    a    Bplendid
��� - .    fees in ' i    brown,
navy,    green,    gra:
black  and  white,  sizes  5   1-2
to ���  Inches.    Per pair $1.50
STJZETTE,     the      nicest
dressed    kid    glove    i:.  thi
Hand   sewn,  three-
dome    fasteners     and    the
1.liable    of  kid.      Ask
for the Suzette.      It pays I)
thi   bi -'     Per pair $1.75
Pretty Cushion Tops and
Embroidery Linens
FANCY   SACHET   BAGS in colored -  \
Each 35: to $2.00
BXCELDA    HANDKERCHIEFS   wit     I
- lng fancy bags,  bait recel ers  etc.
Prices     10c.  15c. 20c i-z 2.:
FANCY   EMBROIDERY   LINENS
rked  doylies,  ceutre pieces, tt -
��� -   e irset covei ��� tc, all prii ��� -
WHITE MI'SLIn    CU8HION  TOP      th 1 55c
each
PINCUSHION     FORMS,   il
���   $1.00
CUSHION   CORDS all colors     Prici    :��� - i
CUSHION   CORDS witl   tassel
Prici 25c. 65c to $1.00
CUSHION   COVERS in fancy
denims;   all Poppy,  roses, vli
designs;   all  tinted  to work. Prices 25c. 35c. 65: I
Smart Little Styles in Gir^ Dresses
Fall and Winter styles have been well looked after at this store.   The
Children's Section presents an excellent showing.
BOYS' BUSTER SUITS in navy, cardinal, and brown Berges, nicely pleated, made with
ent  leather belt and buckle.    Some ar<. finished with a sailor collar and  white shield, ot
up to the neck with turnover collar, for boys from 2 t.i 8  years,    Each  ...$2.50, $3.00. $4.C0 a^d $*.50
GIRLS' DRESSES in navy, scarlet, blue and a \tariety of checks, trimmed with contrast
some made with smart turn over collar, embroidered, nice, wide skirts,  and  long sleeves    SI   - i'0"1
2 to 10 years.     Each...    $3.00. $4.00, $".50 and $$6.m
CHILDREN'S   COATS  in plain and fancy tweeds and broadcloth;   some  are    rainpi
button up to the neck with  high  collar, othors with flat stub, effects.      We  have  all  sixes
from 2 to 1��; years.     Each $3.00 to $10.0"
We are showing a special line just now in all sizes at	
S3-95
Women's,
Misses' and
Children's
Gloves
35c Per Pair
Warm, woollen glovi in
splendid quality an I I.
linish. Shown in sbadi e "1
Navy, Green, Brown, Tan,
Grey, Cardinal an.l Black
and white. Also fancy designs. Sizes 6 to 7';. Inches,
per pair 35c
Gold Watches for Laill. a from |12.75
UP.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
���7.60 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  door*  hom   Cao. Adama, Grocer
LULU ISLAND
We have some very desirable lots'in
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
We are showing some of the best values in separate skirts. Garments that are smart j; ���.^.(J
trimmed ln the very latest style. Every woman owes it to herself to see this sPleDd" , t'lu.���,
before purchasing.     We detail a few values that are alone well worth the  trouble of lnsi��'c
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
We have left over a number of short ends of bleached table damask, running
from 2 to I 1--. RegulM
prices of these linens from
90c to $1.^111 per yard. To
clem we have reduced the
prices HiIh week only, per
yard 75c to $1.25
Unusual Value
in Linens,
Quilts, Draperies, Etc.
THE  STORE  FOR
HOUSE   FURNISHINGS.
'WO      DOZEN.
INLY,
guilts, trii ged      I hem
three quarter    and    i
bed    size   colors
blue and  white, :������
white,   red   and   wi,
and   white,  etc .  foi
ance ot this weel
prices $1.10 and $1.26.     ^
end   price.. .   ��� ��� ���   ������ ���
Smart Skirts at Unusually Low Prices.
nd
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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