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INSURANCE
u/HITE, SHILES & CO.
yJil WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
rii*,'
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING,. NOVEMBER 22, 1909.
ON STRATHCONA
Twenty Men Are Now At-
opting to Raise the
Wrecked Steamer.
of the Royal
, re"
the
Land-
WATERFRONTAGE CHANGES
HANDS AT GOGH PRICES
Options on 11,000 Feet of Waterfrontage   Are  Taken   Up��� May  Be
Backed by C. N.  R.
u whitmore, manager .
i Navigation Co., and temporary
Kn the steamer Strathcona,
C on Saturday    night from
S of the wreck m-ar Page's
ffhtaitwlth him ti,e flrst authentic
Jrmadon regarding the situation of
tlie vessel.
Sniigboat  on   Scene.
Th(, governmenl  snagboat   Samson
..,.,  two   large    ninety-foot  scows
Ztot iie' scene ot the accident on
wurday, and a gang of twenty men
Jith wrecking apiinf.itns  was taken
nD during the day under the orders of
Z ironside, eei the firm of Ironside, I
Kittle and Campbell, owners of the
tot   who   personally    viewed    the
Bene.   Yesterday morning the work
of salving was commenced, but the
TOrk is slow a11<l difficult and so far
as could be learned    Uttle  progress
y been made, and it is possible that
divers maj  have    to be sent  for to
place tables under the sunken hull.
The steamer, states Mr   Whltmore,
lies in tt very dangerous condition and
my yel become a total wreck.     She
���Ek In deep water.     Her how touches the bottom    lightly    In 13 feel  ,;
belies of water, and is sixty feet font
_mt     Thi     bottom    shelves    very
rapidly se. thai amidships 'her is 30
feet of water, and  al   the  stern,   40
;..���    rhe 1       li    across the channel a-ni . wepl by an extreme-
I v. -��� :. which threatens to
i [ear It away and do Buch damage that
will t��' oul of the question.
Ibesti    et Is nol lying on the bed
of the river, bul  is impaled on  the
II .  '                   I   the   a'-ciiletii    and
i number   of   stumps.
I Tl                    a evidently a large
es the vi Bsel almost
iildiilii;               port side,     At low
ntei  which was the stage of    the
liver whi          boai struck, the snag
HII         ;;   ��� .��� t, ct from the surface
I tnd th, S    thcona waa di awing four
'..   b            ank slowly owing t,>
j'   '                the   bow  was loaded
I "                   I   Which  supported   that
J ad of ti. ���.     i  and that the water-
k        kill ads held for over an hour
I ��� '��� finallj  succumbing  whe t
broughl ti tn mendous
���pressure ti   i ���   r on them.
Might Have  Been  Saved.
)lr-   V ���     states    that    had
en material on hand tor
N "-:- " ��� vessel might probably
' ' ed al thai time.
on    hoard    consisted
iduce,   apples    hav.
ill   all    valued    at
I'I Is has now been Bub-
days  an 1   there   is
Utile likelihood that it win be worth
ettylhlng when taken from the decks.
��� Uveal : BOme of the freight
en  the boats.
The   channel    approaching  Page's
^ndint from upstream Is one of the
"�� fongei   is  on the river, due to
��" laci thai here great numbers of
With ev.rv freshet   The
now ^^^^
****v\
"Com iim
The options on the 11,00 I feet ���
waterfront on the south sid ��� ol the
river between Liverpool and Hon Accord, the giving of which was announced in the News ;i month ago,
were taken up on Saturday, the price
in the agreement being well ovi
$300,000.
The property Includes some tout
hundred acres of land, mostly flats
extending hack from th, river. It
was rumored at the time the options
were given that, a largi American
steel company was endeavoring to Bee-
cure the site, but the names of the
purchasers show that this had ""'
foundation in fact. The papers were
signed hy Colonel Davids a, A. D.
McRae and Senator Jansen. Colonel
Davidson ir a prominent director of
the Canadian Northern Itailway Company, and Mr. McRae and Senator
Jansen are also connected with that
company through the Canadian Northern Colonization Co., which is the
purchasing body for the railway company. The latter two gentlemen are
also prominent in connection with tli--
Fraser  River  Mills.
A rumor has heen circulated thai
the Canadian Northern is securing
the property for terminal facilities,
but there is no direct proof that the
railway company intends to build terminals at that point. The waterfrontage is available for vessels of
deep draught and easily accessible,
which would make it an ideal site.
The persons with whom the deal was
signed included <;. !���:. Corbould, K.C.,
J. B. Kennedy, A lv Hand. White and
Shiles. .1. Crean. I). S. Curtis and Doctors Walker and Kennj.
ARE PREPARING
TO SUPPLY RADIUM
Quantity   of    the   Precious   Substance
Will  be Sold for Medical  and  Experimental   Purposes.
TWENTY-ONE MINERS    MINISTER SCORES
ESCAPE EIERY PIT!       TREATING HABIT
Seventy-One Others Known
to Be Still Alive and Fifty
More May Yet Be Saved.
Cherry. 111., Nov. 21.���Fire again
has staited in the east tunnel of the
second level of the St. Paul mine and
is burning fiercely, lt will be necessary to seal up that avenue. lt Is
feared thai some miners may be alive
behind the wall of lire and an attempt will be made to cut through
from another tunnel to the point
where they  are  supposed to be.
Twenty-one miners have been rc;
cued alive aad fifty-three dead bodies
have heen recovered at midnight. At
that hour u. .v.ird of seventy-one men
were known to be alive in the mine
but had not yet been broughl to thi
surface while it is reported that HI"'j
others might have achieved the seemingly impossible and escaped death.
Rev. J. S. Henderson No
Foe of Hotels, But of
Public Drinking.
in St. Andrew's Presbyterian church
last nighl the seats were all filled
with people anxious to hear
thr
in   tin
Rev.
sub-
teaching
Vienna, Nov, tl.���Arrangements
will shortly be made by the Austrian
government for the public sale oi
radium for medical and experimental
purposes.
a considerable quantity of radium
in an impure condition was recently
received here from Joanhlmstahl. The
process of purification will ha completed a fortnight when at least a
gramme will be available for public
purchase, It is stated, however, tun-
long the intending purchasers preference to Austrian suh   cts.
According tee sir William Ramsay,
radium which not sn long ugc sold at
; $2 a milligramme, is now worth J90
j a milligramme, or $2.5110,1100 an ounce,
The total quantity of radium which
1 has been thus far recovered for seien-
; tific use throughout the world Is estimated not to exceed a quarter of a
pound.
SIR CMAS. HIBBERT TAPPER
Will speak to the
ELECTORS
At St. Patrick's Hall, New
Westminster
Wednesday Next, November 24, at 8 P.
SUBJECT���-The   Railway  Policy of the  Provincial  Govern
ment."
Cherry, 111., Nov. 20.���"Out of the
depths have 1 called upon the Good
Lord; the Lord hear my prayer; oh.
let Thine eyes consider well the voice
of mj  complaint."
These words were sung by thi imprisoned miners when thej believed
i hal i nj..' was well nighl gone. Nevei
in the history of the world have the
words of the De Profundls been sung
under such remarkable circumstances. Again and again throughout the
day heart-broken vole s swelled and
rang through the darkness of the
Cherry mine, and Cherry believes
that the Lord not only answered the
prayer, hut performed a mira lo.
Before another twelve hen havi
elapsed possibly a hundred more min
ers will have followed them lu arls
int; from the fiery sepulchre in Which
they have bi i n < utombed here for si.\
days. In these six days the rescued
men have passed through a horroi
the like of which never has been desci ibed even  in   flction.
Walter Waite's Story.
Walter Walte, one ol  the rescued
miners, said.
"We nevei gu\ e up hope, but kept
hanging on, and now, you see, we
n out. win-1 the Bre start i wi
knew nothing oi li an.l i wai only
when the smoke came rolling alouu
towards us that we knew '.here Was -
tire. We were on our wav out to
quit work. We started to '~o back
and retreat.al slowly. We kepi going backwards until we came across
a big cross-chamber and there we lay
down and took a sleep. The smoke
had not come that far. hut any way
we bulli a wall, s.i that tin' life and
smoke could not net at us, and also
te keep out the black damp. We did
not sleep much. Tins was Sunday
night you know, and that nighl one
of the boys died. llis tirst name
was Paul.    He was a Frenchman."
Asked what they did between Saturday afternoon and Sunday night,
Wtiite said;
"We kepi going backwards and
looking for a way out. We did not
build the wall until Sunday night
Then we sat down to wait. We all
knew that the boys would get us out
if it was possible, and 1 for one made
up my mind that I would hang on tn
life to the last minute We hail
nothing in our dinner palls, for we
had already eaten our dinner, but.
thank God. every  man had  his Btom-
I Continued   on   Page  Four).
VANCOUVER MAY YET
6ET HEADMAN'S ISLAND
OUTPUT OF TANNERY
WILL BE INCREASED
Big   Institution     Across  the   River   Is
Now   Running   Again   Under
New   Management.
J.   S.   Henderson   preach
ject of local option.
No  Foe to  Hotels.
.Mr. Henderson let it be understood
i oat he was not a foe to the hotels,
which Idled a necessary and honored
place In our dally life, bei. bis attack
was solely on the bar an.l the system
oi puhlic treating. He di i U.it touch
at till on drinking in private houses.
lie pointed out that t ,.��� local opium movement had been opposed by
many good men on the ground tti.it
it Interfered with personal liberty;
there was. however, a limit lo personal liberty, and he told the story ol
tlie foreigner who was walking down
the street of an American citv swinging liis aims in such a.i exuberant
mannei that he finally bit a passerby
on the nose. The victim replied by
hitting his assailant on t,i,- face and
knocking him down. Whi n the man
got up he said thai he thought he was
in ihe land of the free a ..i the home
ol the brave. "Ves." replied the American, "hut your freedom BtopS a; the
unl eel my nose."
"So it is with the liquor traffic; we
are not interfering with its freedom
so much as ii is Interfering with ours.
The saloon can not live without boys,
and haw do 1 know when it will be
my boj rn- your boy thai will betaken
ia pa; t.e p. i e of tins traffic."
Loss  of   Revenue.
'i'he reverend gentleman went on
to Bay that some had objected to the
iii., ��� tnen!   on   the   grounds  that   M
(Continued ou Page Two}.
AMERICAN   WARSHIPS
WILL   SAIL  SOUTH
Washington, Nov, 20.���That the critical situation between the Dnlted
States and Nicaragua hea. .cached the
acute Btage was 1 vldenc id tonight,
when Secretary ol State Kno senl
foi hia colleagues In the sta' 0
partmi nl and ten- the acting secretai j
of .he navy and his ahi-s. to 111 1 In
conference ,-it his home, Foi neat ly
three hours they went ovei- thn situation, The result of their deliberations was not made public, but it was
not denied that more warships are t"
h, despatched south at once. The
day was replete with conferences ou
the Nicaraguan situation. There was
a rumor aboul the State. War. and
Navy buildings today that the 100
marines iu the Canal zone are under
waiting  orders.
The Fraser River Tannery, which
has heen idle for some months, is
again in operation, and on a much
larger  scale  than  heretofore.
i'he old company endeavored to
manufacture by the use of hemlock
bark which had to be brought from
large distances, bringing the profits
to a minimum, and necessitating the
suspension nf business, The factory
has now been taken over b.v the
American     Timher    Holdings  Co.,  of
Minneapolis, who are using a chemical preparation in place of the tun
bark, and expect to manufacture as
good leatlu r al a much cheaper rate,
and so place the factory on a paying
basis.
The plant has been considerably
increased, and further Improvements
are expected to ho made when the
output has proved the BUCCess of the
new system of manufacture.
Prizes to the amount of $50,011 are
being offered to the pupils of the different Bchools of the city for the best
essays on the subject of Local Option.
The prizes are the gift of the Women's Christian    Temperance   Union
and will he presented to tlle winners
at a mass meeting to he held in St.
George's hall on Tuesday evening
next at X o'clock. Tiie public is invited.
Rev. J. L. Gordon  Denies Aumor.
Calgary. Alt... Nov. 21.���Rev. J. L.
Gordon says he will not be a candidate for mayor of Winnipeg or any
other municipal position, but he Will
continue as an Individual to llghl segregation and aid any candidate who
win  ftghl  segregation,
ONTARIO WILL DANISH
ALL FOREIGN FLAGS
TWELVE PAGF.S  ��
URGE AMENDMENTS
TO SCHOO -tCT
Important Results May Arise
From Work Done By Recent Convention.
At tlie recent convention of school
trustees held at Chiiliwack hist week
it was decided to appoint a committee to wail upon the government to
see what could be done toward
amending the school act to suit the
present  needs of the province.
It was the opinion of the meeting
that the school act as it now stands
bad worked very well lor the welfare
of the province so far. but thai the
lime had come for certain channen,
necessitate by the growing needs of
the country. The committee will insist that amendments be made along
the lines suggested by the resolutions
passed  at  lhe convention.
Commission   Requested.
They will also urge the government
to appoint a commission to look into
the whole school system of the province and see what can be done toward
blinking it lo even a higher point of
efficiency than at present. It is the
intention of the trustees to appoint
men to act in conjunction wdth this
proposed commission and to have the
colleges, school teachers and all others interested in the development of
education advise and assist it to reform the Bchool act if changes in it.
he found to be expedient.
lt was decided at the convention to
send two delegates to lhe Albertan
convention, which is to be held some
In January. The choice ,,( tlie men
was left in the hands of the executive.
Good  Work   Done.
,1. C. Loree returned trom Chiiliwack on Saturday and P, Peebles got back yesterday. They both
repoit a splendid convention ani al'
kinds of enthusiasm. "The convention was like all Its predecessors," remarked Mr.  Peebles,   "th.' members
till left il impressed with the great
work that it is doing and is bound to
do."
Governmeiii   Will   Permit   the   Union ; STR.  ST. CROIX   BURNS
Jack   Displayed  Only   in   Provincial Park*.
Theatre Under Ban.
Montreal. Que., Nov. 21.���Archbishop Bruschesi lias issued a clrcuiai
asking all good Catholics to stay
away from the academy���the old a<-a-
demv theatre���which this season t��
being devoted to French plays with
a Parisian troupe. Archbishop Mi ascites! savs he has Investigated the
Character of the plays produced and
strongly condemns them, declaring
that the theatre people would not
dare to insult patriotism as tbey do
morals on the stane. llis Grace, however, does not formally put the theatre under the ban as lie did tbe Koyal
last vear. His circular was read in
all  tlie Roman  Catholic churches.
CLEROYMtNTFICHT
FOK LOCAL OPTION
Toronto, Nov. 21.���The banishment
of foreign flags from Ontario's I"'1 vln.
cial parks and Othei crown lamls.
where tourists and hollda. seekers
are wont to congregate, is a regulation which will shortly be adopted
hy the government. The enactment
will he a part of the general park policy in the course of pr paralion for
the llgislatute. Veals ago it was decided thai foreign campers Hying
hunting of tlie country to which they
belonged must on crown lands, have
the displav surmounted bv the Union
Jack.
During the pasl season American
tourists with more loyalty than common sense, have been decorating their
flag poles with mammoth editions of
"Old Glory" capped by miniature and
toy I'nion Jacks, which were hardly
visible.
ALL  PASSENGERS SAVED
Victoria. Nov. 21.���The wireless
operator en the Princess Victoria tonight, picked up a message from
Monterey, California, which stated
that reporfls had hern received there
thai the Steamer SI. Croix was burned
lo the water's edge oil' Point Duma
hile tonight, Tlie reports were not
confirmed, lt was stated that sever..',
hundred persons were drowned.
All  Lives Saved.
Los AngeleB, Ca'.. Nov. Sl.���A
telephone message has just been received from First Officer C. ED. Mil's
of the steamer St. Croix, saying that
all on board are safe on shore at
Point   Duma,
Some Improvements have been
made to the department of public
works wharf In order to accommodate
the shipping which ties up there, and
more especially the heavy Fruhling
dredge. An extra row of mooring
piles has been driven along the wharf
among other changes.
k  Borden States That  He ' Several   City   Pastors   Spoke   on   Ap
ADDED
BUFFALO
TO  THE   HERD
Montreal,
celvHi
Nov, 21.���-Advice was re-1
tfce .-/' ' at the head office of
~ wvertising departmenl of the
tticiii l''"1' "l;" 'wo'wore ship-
,h��� �� ",' butTalo had been received at
On* '  Park>  Wainwrlght,  Alta
wand
met
thp Httffiil,
tana"' '!"*" Wa8 tmm Ravalli, Mon-
aiK.',.. ' ,l,;' "ther from Banff Park.
Park �� saf,lv ""loaded at Buffalo
,,,,''"' " tober 28. These shipments
talg"��e ��lxty-eight head, and the to-
A'IIk.Io,,,"1,"'" Park iKgregates 57S-
arnl  ii��� :'"' federal government
carefully  tended   to  ensure
iiitltll
""ation or ��� ti,e herd.
tentloSr!la,7 ';,s*' w��l occupy the at-
ing a ' County court this morn-
Delta LaCCuaed '"'lnK Mrs. Clark of
her ,|,|',"' ',"'' '"I information laid by
Mm ..I,, husband,   Mr.  Embree,
etgaln hlf68,   :hl"    attf>r  be married
tyfldenop        ""''" wife    entered his
:lil  took    a    quantity  of
goods owned by him. /^ ne^
,l,o   Pole   who   was  convicted  ot  pei>
jury in connection with a M"***1
case, will be brought up for ��������������
Prasoloskl charged a neighbor wttb
having stolen a cow, and idrnMfl d
the ,���malns of a cow as bis., tawgg
that the animal was alive and in tne
possession of a relative.
Takes Back Wife.
London, Nov. 21.-Even after her
sensational escapade in New JWfg
Morgan Crof.on has taken baa ^
Wife and they are now living togt >
Sir Morgan's worldly friends seem"
regret that be Is so forgiving and thev
predict  direful  things.
Lady Crofton is a well-known -m
nre at the fashionable race tra ks
where she Is always the centre^
egroup of admiring men.
It  Is notiee-
Ri-oup or aainiiiim ��"���������      - ln
able that no other WBtthfj;
the group. This uneonvenbmal>o    ^
woman Is frightfully efrtW".
said.    Voting M^;:,��\^7e    \een
rls on  her  but   they  have an
sent back to him.
Sir Frederll	
Had  No  Intention of Curtailing
Rights of City.
Ottawa.     Nov     .1   -Sir     F.ede.r
Borden  was  examined  yesterdaj
regard  to  the  Order-in  Council
\umist  1908, authorising the ic.se 01
the whole of the Military R���������
Vancouver  City,  for  park    I"   1" ��� J
With this, and  the order ot  1908 as
llis    sole    authority,     he    Minister
executed  a  lease  to    the ety.       >
taining a clause  making    the       ��� ���
subject to the determination ol exm
Ine  leases     Theodore Ludgate  tli. t
��?ele"nt��d. that it is .uWec.   ;;
his  existing  lease,  but the  Minister
in   his  evidence   before   the
sion swore that It was no   totendeo
to make the city's lease subject tcM  ���
Ludgate lease.    The clause, he UM,
was   inserted   merely   to   cover
Royal   Yacht   Club   lease.    The   um
was that at the time the Ludgate      :
was granted in 1899 It wa. WJJ
resented to him so that he hello*��
that Dcndman's Island was no par
of the Military Reserve, and It was
not intended by the lease O cut dojn
or ln any way affect the rights of tne
city to the reserve. Minister
It is understood that the M��*J��
himself thinks the city has tne rignt
to have this error rectified.
Messrs' Chrysler and Lai 'mouth ap
pea-Vd for Ludgate. and Messrs. Wai-
lace Nesbttt and Cowan for the city-
A great mass of documentary evi
dence was put tn.
Electors of New Westminster:
HEAR
P.   C.   WADE,   K.   C.
DUNCAN   ROSS
proaching   Plebiscite  From  their
Pulpits Yesterday.
The  near  approach  of election  daj
011   Which   the   local   Option   plebiscite
will be submitted to the people induced many of the clergymen ol tne
city to take local option and tne
liquor traffic question In general as
the subjects of their sermons yestei-
day. .
At     St.     Andrew's       Presbyterian
church In the evening Rev. .1. S. Henderson preached a powerful sermon
on "Our Responsibility In Connection
With the Plebiscite." exhorting his
hearers to do nil In their power to secure the passage of local option legislation for this province and telling
tbem that the longer lhe dedsloi ���
put off the greater and more inducing would become the problem a'ul
the more difficult to be dealt with.
Hev. C. W. Brown at the Queens
Avenue Methodist church, took as the
subject of his sermon at the VtWMA
service "Is Local Option a Political
Question?" answering the query wit"
a decisive affirmative. He clain.-d
economic lor.s to the community from
the liquor traffic, quoting a Labor
member of the Imperial parliament to
the effect, that there was no trade
which was not more or less affects
for the bad by the trade. Even
though thev might be unable to win
he Implored his hearers to flght for
��� prohibition, quoting the words of
'Abraham Lincoln to them to the el
and the
Liberal  Candidate
ALDERMAN   JOHNSTON
At thc OPERA  HOUSE,  NOVEMBER    23rd.        Ladies cordially Invited.
Mrs K. Lynch gave birth to a nne
boy baby al the Royal Columbian
hospital on Sunday evening. H"th
mother and child are rloing well.
Paulbniii. the aviator, flew 87 miles
In r>n minutes at Le Mouruielon trick
on Saturday.
feet that they were not "bound to
win, but to strive." Rev. Mr. Brown
did not discuss the stand of the respective political parties on the qnes-
tloh, but exhorted his hearers, of
whatever political persuasion they
might be, to flght for the suppression
of the liquor traffic.
At the Knox Presbyterian church,
Rev. E. O. Thompson preached a powerful sermon In the evening taking
as his subject "Manhood and Local
Option." At the Olivet Baptist
church also Rev. A. F. Baker brought
all the power of his oratory to bear
to Induce the electors ln his congregation to vote for local option on
Thursday of the present w��ek.
ATHLETICS DID NO HARM
TO GREEK CIVILIZATION
Boston, Mass., Nov. 21.���"More athletics as well as more scholarships
should be n part of nil men," declared
Professor Abbott Lawrence Lowell,
Harvard's new president, at the dinner given by the Harvard club lust
night to last year's victorious teams
and crews. lie further said: "Athletic
exercises never hindered the Intellectual development of the Athenians.
While, as president of Harvard University, I am desirous of bringing
about more scholarships, I am equally
desirous of bringing abou* an even
stronger devotion to athletics."
B. C. To the Fore.
Nelson, Nov. 20.���Kootenay secured
14 prizes on plate exhibits and British
Columbia obtained 18 per cent, of the
plate awards at the National Apple
Show at Spokane. A. box from P. Q-
Fauquier's ranch at Needles, on the
Columbia river, was selected for presentation to President Taft.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER
H
1J0M
Minister Scores
Treating Habit
(Continued from Pase One.)
would take millions of dollars ofl the
revenue to the state. So it would;
but was that an.v reason for letting
the traffic continue if it was proved
to be wrong? The millions we spend
in drink do not produce anything for
the country, and we are paying $74,-
000,000 for the purpose Ol collecting
$14,000,000. "Is that good economics?"
Some of the liquor men had been
issuing pamphlets confusing, in their
statistics, the city of Kansas and the
state of Kansas. The preacher read
8 letter from the governor of the
state sayin gthat although the country had been under prohibition for
more than twenty years it was now
the most propsperous and proegresslvi
state in the Union. The workhouses
were empty, fifty per cent of the gaols
had no occupants, and in some counti.-. there had not been a criminal
prosecution for more than ten years.
Then Mr. Henderson prod iced a < opy
of the Cranbrook Herald of r c
date in which was a full-page advertisement sitting forth the ��� v. - oi
local option wherever it had been as
yi tried. The ad. concluded with a
letter from a minister stating that he
approved of the liquor lie. use system
Silence of Press.
In conclusion he said that he was
amazed at the silence of the press an i
at the silence of the aspirants for
political honors on both sid s on the
local option question and the plebiscite, He was aman-ed at the Socialists, who always made themselves
out to be In the interests of advanc d
h egislatlon, and he was amazed .--i
; , attitude of some of the labor men.
who were the heavies- losers in the
llquoi traffic as at present carried
on.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
THIS IS IT!
The  soap  that saves
you  work, and saves
you money without injury
to hands  or
article.
Sunlight Soap
turns wash-
tub drudgery
into   pleasure.
Get a bar of Sunlight
to-day and try.
Follow
Directions,
c
ONTARIO   HAS   MANY
ACRES  OF  CORN
Toronto, Nov. 12.���A report on
corn growing has been issued by the
Ontario department of .agriculture.
The report contains an article on c irn
growing in Ontario by Prof, C A.
Zatvltz of the Ontario Agricultural
college in which he points out that
there are 533.433 acn - devoted to
corn growing in the province; of this
acreage more than one half is I'1 :
in the counties ot Essex, Kent, Middlesex. Elgin, Lambton and Oxford
Essex and Kent produced the gri it-
est quantitii s ol corn for husking and
Oxford and Middlesex the- greatest
int for the silo. The market value of tlie corn crop in Essex and Kent
according to the latest reports was
- .. 0,556 in 1007.
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   Advertisements
ROOMS TO RENT.
T0 i.ht���A COMFORTABLE BED-
room for single gentleman on Royal avenue, near car. Address A.
D., News Office.
T0 LET���TWO    OK    THREE FUR
nished housekeeping rooms, furnace, etc. Apply 917 Fifth avenue.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, liouse wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
���phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
LOST.
.OST���Five pigs, two black and three
white, by Sing Lee. Douglas street.
Finder notify Kwong On Wo, and
receive reward of $1 apiece.
GOOD  PRODUCTION AT
OPERA  HOUSE  TONIGHT
Geo.  M. Cohan's greatesl    m is
e   ���.��� :;���.  "Forty-Five   Minut a
dway.'' which comes to tin Opera
:    ise   this evening is one of thi
comedies now on the setage thai
-���>:������ s  such  untjuestione.i  attractions
that  it  never fails to suit  every  in-
dixldual taste.   It is one of the r'   ���'���
est laughing  successes  tl      :    Uighl
I has known, and now in its fifth
ind seems to grow  stronger In
public favor with every performance.
It   Is   a   play   that depicts   tin?  .... si
��� -    if iife in New  Rocl
r-flve   min ites   ::  ...     B     dway.
: -'  thi  let ding ctiaracl
'   arley Brown, a delig
who makes   the *Ki
a ..   of the read
esou ceful   ability.     Elizabeth
��� - tli.. pan    .
y"  the  housemaid,  ir   |
-  and is ..  m is
tress     1 hi re is no
..   He this cornea,.
tl   -; ips an audii -. ���
tiie   star;   and   :.- rer   lets   go   while
; ��� iin is up.   Tlie cast Is power-
:   rfectly  balanced.    "F<
.Minutes From  Broadway"  is  a
:    ���  full of human nature, so expert-
orously  drawn   and  with
��� itions sn capitally tru   to 11    that
e an enjoy them over and ov, r
: - in.     The aa ie - are ful] of local
genius    characterizations    and
plain  truth.    There  Is  plenty  of action, a laugh to every line, and i -��� ��� ry
situation is natural.
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF     THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���In response to several large and influen-
tial luisitions from the electors of
the City of Xew 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 mystSf 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 improvement program, with which I 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
ray -very best energies toward protecting the welfare of the city, to
.";iin the principles of civic gov-
��� rnment. and in every othei possible
advance the interests of our
city.
Tl anking   yen.   ladies   and gentlemen, for your generous support in the
past, and  respectfully  soliciting  your
votes and influence. I am.
Yours very incerely,
W. II. KEARY.
X, w Westminster, B. C, Nov. 4,
1909.
J. H. TODD'S    !
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival o! mails at the New Westminster post office, tbe hour given lu
each case being the hour of closing,
'which is half au hoar. a�� a rule, before the actual despatch. AU mails,
unless otherwise staged, are despatched and received daily except Sunddy.
The oniy mails dispatched and re
ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. R. east mails, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
FOUND.
FOUND���A ROLL OF BILLS ON
Friday night by J. L. Mclnnes.
Owner may obtain same from Mr.
.Mclnnes at the police Btation, on
payment of cost of this advertise-
nu nt.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
���Mi
STENOGRAPHY   &   p^
FREEMAN     BUNTtvo
Cluichon block    % ���R0��M
1 ��� u. Box (134.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY
Typewriting;   copj   "?, ">       A.N|
letters,    ,etP      PrL,-,      ' l,UBlnf
lumbia stree,  PKr6,0,li<*' ��������
FURNITURE
W. E, FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes anil McKenzie streets.
Phone 17C, night call 81,
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GKO-
ceries, phone I!86. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
TAILORS.
GALVIN. LADIES' AND MEN'S T/
oring.     A new   line   of tali 1.1
n�� just in.     Button making D���,
lng and repairing,     r   .   ,, Y
block.    Entrance   I .,;,'"'
and 2f,4 Clarkson st.   Pi  , .", - ���
fOUND���A SMALL SUM OF MON-
t v on corner of Fourth sti eet and
St. George street Owner can
have same by applying to Mrs. W,
R.  Gilley. 268-tf,
LIVERY   STABLE.
KING DP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKS
Co., hank, office . I
cabinet, seat,-,    . ;;,
and detail work. Desi           .
mates furnished. J.  ,: ,     ' J
prletor.       Work  ;   Con       ; ] ���.,'-���
and car line.      p, n  ������,, x  ���;,.   ���
473.
FOR  RENT. |TKB  SC1)AAKK  MACHINE  WORKS.
Limited.  Front  street,    New   V\est-
FOR RENT���A (lOOD STABLE, $3 A I    minster."    Manufacturers of modern
month.      821 Third avenue.    Phone      saw  and    shingle    mill  machinery,
j;i(3g_ Mill   plants  and  specifications  pre
pared.
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.
FOR   SALE.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacture,- and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia street.  New Westminster.
Elections in Sweden.
Christiania, Nov. Hi.���As a result
of the ~, neral elections going against
the government. Premier Knudson
announces that at the approaching
session of parliament in January his
cabinet will resign. The totals Of the
election, which has just been revised
show the Rightists and Liberals who
coalesced won 63 seats as against 47
for the left, or government party.
The  Socialists secured  11  seats.
TO THE   ELECTORS OF THE CITY
OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���At  the re-
ttuest of a very large number of citizens and    ratepayers I consented to
j 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 will be
j wholly one of progress and in the In-
j terests 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. 1909.
JOHN A. LEE.
P.
HO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
i
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
**.*.**....*........��......................*
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia   Street.
Mails Despatched.
6:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'ciock
Ithe previous night)���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
S a.m.���Vancouver aud Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First. C. P. R. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboisiord and district, Ciayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
5 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U, S. points east aud sou:n;
and Hall's Prairie. Fernrldge and Haz-
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, aud
, Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairi-, Ha-
zelmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
I the Port Guichon train o.i Tuesdays
; Thursdays   and   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria anj
I Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
UtoU p.m.���StrawDerry Hill, Tim-
��� berland and South Westminster, by
;courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:110 p.m.���Last Buruany, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months close at
2:30 excep: Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and tiuu-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mall des.
patched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and fiper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nifomekl, and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Sat
nrday an extra mail Is despatched to
Victoria  via Vancouver at this  hour
Blaine and Seattle. Including all L.
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: Barnc-t and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Ham
mond, Port Haney, Mission. Chiiliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agas-lz,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spenc.es' Bridge. Nlc- i
ola and district, and all points' vast
ex<?ept Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points, via G N it
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. c. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hm
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:00 to ll:no a.m.-Ladner, Fort
Guichon. Westham Island and  (Tue ���
!day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce  (Steves
(ton despatched and received vii Va-i
! couver.)
I   8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (firat traIn)
���Sapperton,   Fraser  Mills  and   Conuit-
lam. .
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
anel Eraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier '
2:30 p.m.���Burqultlam. bv courier." ' I
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and    Seattle   in-
eluding all U. S. points.
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mail   east,   and
lospd mall from Sumas, and Seattle
Minding U.   S.  A.  matter, and  also
Fraser Mills.
FOU SALE���3 LOTS ON RIVER
Drive, West End, close to and between Eburne tram and Vancouver
cutoff. 53x125 each. $560 each:
$225 cash, balance 6, 12. IS months.
Apply P.  O.  Box 505. City.
PAPER   HANGING  &   DECORATING.
FOR SALE���SIX ROOM MODERN
house, Sapperton. $100 cash, balance $20 per month. Apply Farmer, Box 537, New Westminster.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, MOD-
ern, Durham street, price $1400;
$150 cash, balance monthly payments. White, Shiles .t Co.. Columbia streei, city.
REAL   ESTATE.
I HAVE BUYERS FOR PROPERTY
in any pari of Westminstei- or Burnaby; also on Chiiliwack line.
Owners only. Give full particula b,
P. O. Box 942, New  Westminster.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm  and   suuurban  property,
260 Columbia street.
1. HUDSON. WALL PAPER, KOOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster,
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will bring him.
PRINTERS.
WE8TMINSTER PRKSS FOR EVERY
kind of Job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledg-.r^; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally  News Block,  Sixtli street.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
SKAT
AT THE
PYTHIAN RII!
Ladles   purchasing   Bk ed
fluting the  month   of  ���' ' '|
���receive a ticket  i ntltlin.
chance on a gold  wat.        11 tj
take place NOVEMBER 30, 1909.
.1
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAIRANT ft CAKE
Tickets, 21 meals tor fl. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
nttrht.      Opposite tram offlce.
ffjjj]     '     ,
YXtY-bP^-'' ,
uvult "imisw/
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., HEAL Estate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  3S4.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 49S. P. O. Box 874.
Re-il estate and insurance. 744
Col :mbia street.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
an e. real estate, etc., is located for
tho present at the offlce of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Winder Hotel
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kiuds of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-
bia     street. Kircs-ciass     moving
pictures; Illustrated so.igs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
You will find it  to yr i
U arrange your booking at      s   Bice
whether you Inten 1 to tr 1
ng for your friends.
From  Montreal and Quebec.
Empress   of   Britain  from  St. John.j
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and pari   ilars ap-|
ply to
E. QOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated song.%
Program changed Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
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.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
THE
D A
-IN���
L Y
N E W 8
I
S.S. TRANSFER!
Tht. steamer Transfer wl I ieat��
Brackman-Ker wharf every weekday
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner Westham 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 bs
business warrants.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rat^s ap
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery Block.
>*>***************e***>*>******
e************l
Chest Protectors
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel. 100
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP��� I
R.   J.    McNeil.     Over    T.   Ovens'
blacksmith shop  on  Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
at all prices
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND J
OPTICIAN. |
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
>**e* eeeeee *******e ********
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,    SKIRTS. I
and Waists. 72S Royal avenue. 204-ti
 I
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
the Public, ers and dyers, :.45 Columbia street
through the columns of THE DAH v Phone  R278-    The  place  where th
UT dirt and dust is removed from th
NEWS.    The Morning Paptr
fibre���not pressed In.
for and delivered.
he |
Goods called I
*97���l
FROM SOUP 10 COffH
the dinners    we serve   arc Prep8Wa
with   care  and  discrinntiation.
exercise good judgment in h"> ;���*:,,,,.
cooking, in laying viands before .
We have no apology to make tor
place or what we supply.      ��    ,.ll?,
sure you will   commend om-
methods  and   prices  wlien  J on
or sup at
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET.   OPP-
TRAM  OFFICE. DAY NOVEMBER  �� 1����-
M0NDAY'  Miiwn
THE DAILY NEWS
Businesses.
HOTEL  RUSSELL
Carnarvon, Begbie and Alexandra .Streets,
PITT   LAKE    BRICK    AND
CEMENT   CO.,   LTD,
Offices Northern Crowi   Bl
TIMBER   LIMITS
Offices Northern Crown Bk.
E. J. FADER
Head Office: Northern Crown Rank.
TELEPHONE 295.
P. 0. BOX 249.
Businesses.
GROCERIES
Opp.   Russell   Hotel.
FINANCIAL BROKERAGE
Offices Northern Crown Rk.
REAL ESTATE
Offices Northern Crown  Bk.
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.   FADER  GROCERY
Telephone   .97
Odd Fellows Block, Eighth and Carnarvon Streets.
Save money by buying your groceries here.   Others are, so why not you?
GRANULATED SUGAR���
18 pounds for 	
SHREDDED COCOANUT���
Per pound    	
eRBCLEANBD  CriUlANTS���
3 poundH for    ......   .
CHOICE SEEDED RAISINS���
lG-ounce package.., 3 packages for
CHOICE COOKING FIGS���
3 pounds for  ��� ��� ���  ���
CHOICE PRUNES���
4 pounds for    	
CHOICE PINEAPPLES���
1 l-2-pound tins.     Each     ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  ���
GINGER SNAPS���
3 pounds for 	
.$1.00
,25c
.25c
25c
25c
25c
,10c
25c
SHILLINGS' BEST BAKING POWDER���
Per can 40c
CANNED TOMATOES tQuaker    Brand)���
Large cans. 2 for 25c
CANNED CORN  (Quaker Brandt ���
Ter can,  each   	
,10c
OLD DVTCH CLEANSER���
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The Daily News
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MONDAY.   NOVEMBER  22,   1909.
PREMIER   McBRIDE   AND   SIR   HIB
BERT TUPPER.
Premier McBrlde no doubt feels
very bitter about the strong position
which Sir Hlbberl Tupper bas taken
up in regard to the railway policy,
which the Premier hopes to foist
upon the province. Necessarily the
latter must recognize that the Opposition of the worthy knight to bis policy is an element of such potency that
it will require the discharge of all
the guns tie can bring to bear to minimize its effect. Mr. McBride bas
chosen to adopt a coursi ol spiteful
Invective as a means ol ���'���
against Sir Hlbbert's attack, a m(
which is. as all the world knows, one
of the least effective in modern 1 ���-
mies. His attitudi n minds us of the
_��} i; _ . Montaigne In his fw
The Ineonveience of G
n��9ss "Puis ii nous ne la pouvons
geons nous a en mes-
Slnce we cam it lain 'o it.
���. s - by abusing
It For th< fai I is. as the Saturdeay
Soasei -   express >s   it.   ' Sir
. from every
.  which the worth of
.:..:.      ..   '��� ���   ; tdei i, is th<   supi I io
1 the 1    ���    Richard McBride.     This
at is freely admitted
spective of their political leanings.   ...   As a Canadian
statesman  Sir  Charles    the  younger
as :> ndi !��� il distinguished and valuable services,     llis record its an administrator has been absolutely clean,
The private and public honor of both
the  Tuppers   is something  to  which
Canadians may point with pride, and
einitiate.     Sir Hibbert, tit a susceptible age. was head of one of the greatest    spending    deparl ments���the  De-
partmenl of Marine���yel sir Hlbberl
I   - only lefl behind him an absolute
-an    sheet  but  a record of   effl-
might be ade.; ���   ���
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I Bride iendered  Canada or tbis prov-
| ince tbat  will  bear comparison  with
i the    splendid    achievements of    Sir
Hibbert?      In  the  shape  of    posing
and bluff, as for Instance in the Better Terms affair, he haa loomed large
In  the public eye;  but in  the shape
of honest, meritorious service to the
state he has done absolutely nothing.
I He and his supporters have the pre-1
i sumption to claim credit for the pres-!
i ent   financial    standing of    the prov-!
ince, and its bank surplus of $4,168,-
! 000, as well as the high state of effl-
1 cieney  to  which   the    Department   of
Lands  has  been  brought.      But   the '
efficiency of    these two departments
iis due to the assiduous care and excellent   work  of  the  only   two  trustworthy members of the late Cabinet.
, Messrs.  Tatlow  and  Pulton.      These
gentlemen have, however, been practically  expelled  fron:  the  Administration   becaus  tbey   would   not   truckle
to the pernicious methods of the Premier.     II is much to be wished thai
we may hear from ihe lips of one or
both   these  good   men   some  account
of the real circumstances of their i v
pulslon,  before  the    day  ot  election.
It stems to us that they owe such a :
explanation to the people of the province      In  the  meantime some light
is being thrown  upon this Important
incident by the Victoria Times, which
says:
"Though it is ens    aary under our;
form of government for till the members of an administration to be con-,
suited upon questions of vital Import ;
' ���and BUrely placing a liability of not
less   than   forty-six   million   dollars
i upon the shoulders of three hundred
thousand people is a matter of vital j
. concern���the  ex-Minister of  Finance I
and  the ex-Minister of Public  Works
were not  informed  of the deal  with
Mackenzie and Mann until the agree-1
ment  bad  been  signed.      Then  they
. were bluntly told they "could take it '
I or leave it."     They left it.     Tbe sig-,
niflcance of it  appalled them.      And
then Sir Hibbert  Tupper saddled his
steed, sharpened his    lance, sounded
his challenge, and went forth to the
war.     Never before sallied he out In
a more knightly, worthy or honorable
cause.      We  have  followed   Sir  Hib-
bert's career since he entered the Do-j
minion cabinet  at  the age of  thirty-
five,  then  a  Rupert  in  debate���and. j
although time has-unquestionably ex-
ercised  a  sobering  and  a  mellowing
influence, never before was  be more j
vigorous in his onslaught, more convincing in the style oi liis argument.
��� then never in the whole course ot'
his career had    Sir Hibbert  Buch  a
good case to argue."
tion to make this needed improvement, but we wished to do so in a
manner that would not expend one
unnecessary penny of tbe property-
owners' money.
"I personally advised waiting until
spring before carrying forward certain of our street improvements for
tbe reason that tbe taxpayers would
thereby be saved a little money. In
my Judgment, tbe work could be done
more expeditiously and cheaply at
another season of tbe year. I don't
believe in spending one unnecessary
penny of the property owners' money
for   improvements.
"It bas been said" continued Coun-
silman Burke, "that if I were elected
to the office of Mayor that I would
not dare to flght the Great Northern
that my business would suffer if I
did. In answer I will say that I can
afford to tight any one that is giving
me tbe worst of lt. I am a citizen of
This city, and whether I am councilman, the mayor or a private citizen.
I shall feel that I cannot afford to do
anything but flght when the city is
. [ng wrongly dealt with.
"If the voters of Anacortes elect
me to the office of Mayor, 1 shall
use every effort d.iriti-: the incumbency of the office, as an official and
as a citizen, to gain for the city
what I think the Great Northern
owes us, and I shall likewise oppose
with all my strength and Influence,
the granting to the Great Northern
of a single privilege until thai road
gives this city a fair, square, honest
and equitable return."
lard and kerosene, and then we had j
nothing for our lamps.
Night and Day Same.
"Night and day were the same to !
us anyway, and the only thing that
interested us was the prospect of
getting out. There was lots of space
behind us. you know, and when we
got so hungry that we had to eat
something we peeled tbe bark off of
tbe rough hewed logs propping the
drifts and ate that.
"It was wet. for there is always
water dripping more or less in a
mine, and, you see, we are alive, and
I um  feeling good.
"We drank what water we had,
then sucked wet coal. Some of the
men lost heart early ln the game, but
I never gave tip, and neither did Billy
Clelland or George Eddy.
"I guess we tried about twenty
times to go forward, between Saturday afternoon and Sunday night, and
found every time that tbe smoke was
too thick.
Air  Gets  Worse.
The air kept getting worse and
worse and we knew thai we could
not live much longer, so we decided
this morning to make an attempt to
get out. We did not bear a sound
from anyone on the outside. We were
about three-quartert of a mile from
the main shaft. This morning we
cut away tlie wall W3 had built. It
was dark and we could not see each
other. We started along the drift,
each man holding to the other. We
had to go slow and had been traveling about an boar 1 guess, when we
saw lights and knew we were all
right.
"Glad! I never -Has so glad in my
life!"
Carpets! Carpets! Carpet
The Leading House for Carpets is
LEE'S
We are the largest retail buyers  In
e province :,n,|
over is tremendous.      We liave'just unsUnnp'.ToT6 and ��uf
signment unsmpped a furthei large
turn.
ge oon-
And thc Prices!
Well,  they  are so reasonable that   thev   mim.   ,
stock the best. English Wiltons. English        a      ''":"  ' ' ��� "M      We
L E E'S Fumiture Emp0rium
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NEW WESTMINSTER,
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Twenty-One Miners
Escape Fiery Pit
(Continued  from   Page One.)
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Our Toy Department
is about complete and we Invite
you   to   inspect   our  stock   tit   an
early date.
Special today.  Brass Extension
|    Curtain Rods. 5c and  10c each.
ach full of grub.     Tuesday our lights      ���     m mr��� ���
went out.      We had all been mighty ;    3     B-^  ^>        MT"  ^^ 1   #*
thirsty as well as hungry and some     B    ��� B  ^^       B       *-* ���  *���
of us figured that w> had bettei  livi
in   darkness    than     -iie    with   lights !    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
burning,  so   we  drai.k   our  oil,   both   v\> buy for cash and sell tor the same
646 Columbia Street.
CITY   AND   G.   N.   R.
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- .--d re-cord���but
is a     tbe on,j met. who
is _ lib the political affairs
an-:   list itish Columbia.
Mos: people know that Sir Hibbert
Tupper has always been a thoroughly
loyal Conservative, and also tbat he.
being a conscientious man, has been
for some time    opposed to a certain
element   in  the   McBride  administration, for tbe   expulsion of which he
labored unceasingly, inasmuch as be
regarded this element as -in evil and
not to be    tolerated.      Most    people
know too.    that Sir    Hibbert had always been a real bulwark to tbe Conservative party, and that be gave his
undivided  support    to  that   party  in
tbis province until Mr. McBride put
torth his mischievous railway policy.
Sir  Hibbert    has    said  this  himself
within  the  last  few days.      He bas
said further that  ii the Premier bad
gone to the country upon the record
of    his administrathe   work and bad
omitted the railway policy, he would
have won the present election easily.
It is utterly useless for Mr. McBride
and   bis   henchman.    Mr.   Bowser,  to
pretend to belittle the Importance of
Sir  Hibbert   Tupper's  powerful   criticism of the railway  policy or to assume an attitude of indifference in regard  thereto.      The public  will only
smile at such efforts to bide the real
truth    of    their    feelings.      For the
strength of the worthy knight's position  lies    in  the  fact    that   be,  like
scores of    other    conscientious men
who  have always ranged themselves
on the Conservative side, places the
rights of  the people of the province
above the  mere Interests of a party
which,   under   the   Conservative   banner, is attempting to endanger, If not
to destroy tbe good name and financial credit of British Columbia.
It Is really amusing to see the suppressed Indignation of Mr. McBride
expressed in the impudent assertion
that Sir Hibbert Tupper has no righl
lo be a factor in British Columbia
politics and so forth, It may well
be asked, what service litis Mr.  Mo-
New Westt insti i  e- ���   Identlj    uol
���ely city that the Great Northern
treats wil    -      t respi ct. tor
the many privileges conferred oa it.
tl .ti built here on the cot ni r
trolled  by   Mr.  J.  .1.   Hill,  whose
name is heralded throughout the Eng-
speaklng woi id as the -'��� '
of all railway magnates, is a disgrace
to civilization, and more than that, all
biters sent by tbe Mayor and Council of this city directing attention to
the many abuses inflicted on us. are
evidently thrown into the wastepaper
basket We sincerely hope for the
good of the people's cause that Mr.
Burke will be elected Mayor of Anacortes by an overwhelming majority.
Below we print an excerpt from the
Anacortes American, upon which the
above remarks are based:
".Never should the City Council of
Anacortes give the Great .Northern
Railroad an inch of land, a concession
or a privilege until the Great Northern gives us adequate and just returns for what the cityjias already
given them." In tbis plain speech,
Councilman Burke defines his position with regard to the Great .Northern.
"I am in favor of the Commercial
avenue Improvement, heartily in favor of lt. The council delayed on the
Commercial avenue improvement in
order to get the work done at the
lowest possible figure. 1 fell that
when the Great Northern's attorney
assured us that his company would
furnish us with 25 cent dirt, that they
would do so. I was sure that when
the Qreat Northern said thai they
would have a contractor on hand to
do the work within the figure of out-
city engineer that tbey would do so.
Speaking for mys.df. nnd 1 believe
the entire    ouncil,  It  was our anibi-
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SPORTING NEWS   Business Talk
WOLGAST STOCK LOCAL liiJliflLIt MEN
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Phone 176.
Milwaukee     Lad's     Quick     Defeat   of   Columbian College Goes Down Before
On
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Henri   Piet Gives   Fans  Good
Opinion of Prowess.
San Francisco, Nov. 20.��� Acl. Wol-
|asl s quick defeal ot Henri Plet, the
'reach boxt r, al New Orleans last
ounday has given the Milwaukee
Ighter's si oak a big boom here, and
he will be well supported to defeal
Lew Powell when they clash during
the end of this month before the Mission club at the Coliseum,
The Nelson Fight.
Up to the time Wolgast defeated
the Frenchman the fans we., predicting a victory for Powell. However, the eastern lightweight has
made the skeptical followers sit up
and take notice, and lie has won man.
an admirer by his cleancut work. Until his receni victory over Piet, Woi-
stock was boosted on the fact
that be had \ an a newspaper decision
over Battling Kelson at Los Angeles
some months ago. The fans here
know Xelson so well, as they have
seen bim perform here so often, that
they do not count a
sion over Nelson as much of a triumph.
In fact, you can go back and look
over Nelson's fights and in nearly
(���very case you can figure where his
opponent haa it on him during the
early part of the combat. Hyland
would have a mile it the decision had
heen awarded at the end of ten
rounds. Other lighters also have pu,
it all over the Dane for ten rounds.
bui In long encounters thej have
gone down before the lightweight
champion.
Piet   Is   No   Dub.
Piet must be somewhat of a boxer,
for he has gone six rounds with Maurice Sayers, and he has also boxed
Freddj Welsh, the English Hght-
welghl champion, twenty rounds.
Sayers and Powell fought he ��� several months ago, and Powell just defeated him for the decision.
If dope eiiunts. then Wolgast figures to deft al    Powell.     The latter
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Vancouver Rowing Club to Tune
of 14 to 6.
By the score of (ourteen to six the
Columbian College rugbj team mei
defeat at the hands of the Vancouver
Rowing club aggregation on the
Bridge street grounds in the Terminal City on Saturday.
The game was fast and the local
players put up a hard struggle; the
weight of their opponents, however,
was too much for them, and despite
a game fight, they went down to defeat.
So far its cleverness went the New
Westminster boys had slightly the1
better of it, showing excellent form I
throughout; they were, however, unable to hold their heavier opponents :
in tin. scrums. The College players!
started out well, drawinn tlie lirst |
blood with a touch by Phadden. Stu-1
art failed to convert, and shortly af- j
terward the Rowers    got across the   McQILL UNIVERSITY  WILL
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Politicians  know  their
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The public know their
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WE
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Honest dealing has
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city for nearly a quarter
of a century.
a  Harvard punt, which resulted in a
safety for the Crimson.
The Crimson eleven showed more
than twice tlie power of the Blue in
straight rushing, and at one time carried the ball b:\ yards In four scrimmages.
Nearly 40,000 people watched
game.
with   under    one    of    tbe    following
line for a touch and a goal. lu the
second quarter .McArthur got across
ten-round' deed- tll(' llowill6 club line fo. a touch,
which also was not converted, these
being tlie only scores made by tlie
College men.
PLAY   ENLGISH   GAME
LH.���Although
plans:
(1) At least six months' restd��aifie
upon and cultivation of the land oa
each year for three years.
{2) If the father ( or mother, if tfle
father is docased), of the homesteader
the I resides upon a farm In the vicinity at
I the land entered for, the requirement*
as to residence may be satisfied bj
jsuch person residing with the etatber
[or mother.
(o) lf the settler has his permattBttf.
residence upon farming land owbjmI
b.v him in the vicinity of his home-
ski.
Montreal, Nov. 21.���Although rather late in tlie season, English Rug- stead, the requirements as to ree6Wv;nce
by is gaining some attention at Mc- may be satisfied by residence upon
, Gill, and a meeting is to be held this the said land.
The local players lined up as rol- I week for the purpose of organising; Six months' notice in writing should
tows: Full. Wood; three-quarters, a clut) The game has already receiv-ibe given to the commissioner of Uo-
Ferguson, Drainey, Stewart. Cam- ed some attention this season, the (minion lands at Ottawa of intention,
eron; halves, McArthur, P.lest; lor- Kast and tlu, VVest meeting on the to apply for patent,
wards, Burwash, Armstrong, Phad- campus in battle array. There are Coal���Coal mining rights may be
den, Fakeley, Croft. Poupore, Brett, |many men from lll0 q^ Lantl at Mc-! leased for a period of twenty-on*
I-' Spares, Brown an.l  Swance-j Gill who wo���id \ike to actively par- years at an annual rental of \M p��r
ticipate in this style of rugby, while,'acre.      Not   more   than    2560   acr*��
at the same time, there is a host of ishall  be leased   to  one  individual or
undergraduates   from  the    East  and  company.      A royalty  at the rat<�� ot
West, the Maritime Provinces and the Ave cents per ton shall be collected
Pacific   Coast,   where   English   rugby | on the merchantable coal mined.
is   the   farte, and where "Canadian" | W. W. CORY.
rugby  is  unknown.     There  is  excel-jDeputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Public Beats High. i lent   material   in  the    undergraduate j    N.B.���Unauthorized    publication   ot
In a close game on Saturday born- , world, and with some proper organis- j this  advertisement wlll    not be paia
ing the Central school demonstrated  ation a couple of capital teams could for.
its superiority over the High School  be put out.    Spasmodic efforts  have
as far as Association football is con-1 heen made  in   Montreal  to  estbalish
cerned b)  beating them b.   Hie scon    English rugby  on  a solid basis, but
of 2 tu l.     This was the flrst game
so far   the    movements    have    not
LAND  ACT.
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
New Westminster Land District, __*
ot   (   e  City  School  Association  Foot- readied any measure of success. Some trict of New Westminster.
has made himself a staunch favorite   ball League,   and    attracted a large enthusiasts In the town are anxious      Take notice that William Garland
hen   with the followers    ol    boxing,  crowd.       McAllister   and    Lougheed to aid the elforts of the gown so that   McQuarrie, of    New Westminster, B.
and thev predict  thai he will he the   Bcored for the    Centrals and Storm "  Is now likely that a more serious I Cij occuaption,    barrister at law, i��-
next   lightweighl   champion.      If   be   ime!..  the  High    School's only  tally, effort  will be made to organise this  tends to apply for permission to pwr-
can whip Wolgast, then be is tlie man   The teams lined up as follows:
to meet Nelson. The' Dane has proclaimed that he will give' W>e;-':tst
the next chance, bul should th ��� Mil-
|j wanker lad gee down before Powell
there will be nothing lefl for Nelson
to do but to meet  Powell.
Powell  has been  fighting for about   backs,    F
seven years.     lt  is onlj  during the  halves, J
1
i
nigh School���Goal, E. Meredith;
full hacks. W. Innes, W, McKay.
halvi s. E. Cook, G. Trapp; forwards.
F Storm. 1'. Lewis. II. Wilson, A.
Creighton and P. Batson.
Central     School���Goal,    L.    Rolph;
Annandale.      F..    Briggs;
Ulison, A. ',>..���: ���: forwards,
chase the following described lands.:.
Commencing  at a post  planted on
j tbe  shore of    Welcome  Pass at the
Goodbye to A. L. Aste.
New Yen k. Nov. 20.���The racing , Southwest corner of Lot 1478, group
colors of A. L. Aste will be wen no i \PW Westminster district, thence
more on tlie tun' as he has retired easterly following the south bowi-
from the game and closed bis stable dar yof said Lot 1478, 40 chains more
at Slieepshead bay. Ten of the six- j or less to the westerly boundary ot
teen horses that he owned have been Timber Limit    38,783.    thence south
ast four or tive months that he has M. Lougheed. M. McAllister, F. Oxen- shipped to California, while the other ialong the said westerly boundary at
ieen considered as possessing chain- bury, B. McAllister and C Watson, six go to Kentuckj wh -.- it is said said Timber Limit 38,783. 40 chaina
lionship    male.rial       lie    has d. vei-   Referee, D. Shildrick. they will be. sold by auction in Lex-   more or less to the southwest corner
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
i
oped a knockout punch, and the decisive manner in which he knocked out ,
Chick    Hudson.    Kid    Harrison   timl;
Johnny Frayne   has   convinced   the      Washington,  Nov. 20.���Prohibil  aU
fans that   le- is one of the best  men ' playing of football that is dangerous
Suggests   Football   Changes.
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
130 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These prices will be raised
25 per cent on Monday next. Acreage adjoining these lots is held at
higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co,
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
* R O N T   STREET.
to life and health.
Allow the police to step into .any
owell ^"undoubtedly'be favorite I game as soon as it becomes danger-
r Wolgast   when  they clash.  Hmv- ��� 0Ui>-
in the lightweight  division
Powell   Favorite
over WOlgast wnen tney
ever. W'olgast's defeat of Piet lias
boosted liis price. There has been
some betting, and Powell has been
installed a lit to 8 favorite.
The date of the tight was originally
scheduled for November 30, but the
battle litis been put forward one day.
Wolgast has arrived in town, and he
has made a favorable impression.
Both fighters are now Installed in
their training camps and are hard at
work getting in condition for tlie battle.
license
for  all  football
Require a
games.
A  regulation  embodying these features has been  suggested to District
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME.
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with.
Commissioner B. II. Thomas as a ja tile railway belt in British Colum-
practical way to regulate football In bla, may be homesteaded by any per-
the district, so that tlie playing will \g0D wuo ls tile soi0 nead of a family
not result in tlie death or serious in-[or any male over 18 years of age, io
jury of the players. It is pointed out ! tjje extent of one-quarter "section ot
that prize fighting lias been regulated ir,n acres, more or less,
in a similar manner in some .urisdic-;    Entry must  be  made personally at
tions.
OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL.
SAM  LANGFORD CLAIMS.
THE   MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE
FIRST  DIVISION.
Villa,  3;   Tottenham
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iKeep Your House Warm |
n .    Steam Heat With Gas Fuel |
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS. |
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
|        J��D SECOND-HAND COOK  STOVES FOR SALE CHEAP.    |
j^st Block, Front St., New Westminster |
ADVFRTI5E IN THE NEWS
Pittsburg. Nov. 20.���Sam Langford
wbo will tight Mike Schreck here
next Tuesday evening, has laid claim
to the title of middleweight champion. By this contention lie intends
to force Billy Papke, who also claims
the title, to flght him.
Latigford said yesterday that while
he dotes not to intend give, up his attempt to force Johnson Into a match,
he is i>ntitled to recognition as the
middleweight champion, now that
Ketchel cannot make the Weight. By
making this claim Latigford admits
tliat he litis no other purpose iu view
than to force Papke to light him.
Papke was matched hist night in
New York to meet Jack (Twin) Sullivan in a twelve-round contest. December T. before the Armory A. A., of
Boston.
Hovers,   2:
Hot-
Manchester
Bradford City, 3.
2:  Preston North End, 0.
3;   Sunderland, 2.
United,   1:   Notts   Coun-
���SPIKED  SHOE" TROUBLE
WILL  BE TALKED OVER
New York, Nov. 20.���A proposition
Aston
spurs, 2.
Blackburn
United, 2.
Chelsea, 0
Liverpool,
Mlddlesboro.
Newcastle
ty. 3.
Nottingham, 1;  Everton, o.
Shetlled United, 2:  Bury, o.
Woolwich Arsenal. -'.  Bristol City 3.
BECOND  DIVISION.
Bradford, 1;   Derby County, 2.
Clapton Orient. 2.  Birmingham,
Guinsboro Town, 2;  Burnley, o.
Grimsby Town, 0;  Fulham, 2.
Hull City, 1;  Stockport City, 1.
Leicester   Fosse,   3;   Oldham
letlcB, o.
Wolverhampton      Wanderers,      5;
Leeds City, 0.
Blackpool, 1;  QlosBop, 1.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE.
Brighton  and   Hove,   1;   Northampton, 0.
Crystal    Palace,    0;    Queen's Park
the local land oflice for the district
:ln which the land is situate. Entry
jby ptoxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to perform the  conditions  connected  there
of said Timber Limit, tbence easterly
following the south boundary of saM
Timher Limit 30 chains more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay, theiKK
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point of commencement containing one hundred and s��-
ty (160 acres more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS,
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated, November 23rd, 1909.
LIQUOR   LICENSE  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City at
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail to*
the premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, situate on McKenzie street,
corner Clarkson, in the said City af
New Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Nov. 15, 1909.
0.
Ath-
to do away with the wearing of the Rovers, 1.
spiked shoes by ball players will be      Portsmouth   0;  Mlllwall, 1
considered  by  the  magnates of    the      Norwich     County,     0;     S(
National and American leagues when  teen, ..
they meet here next month. I
So many players have been injured
by being "spiked" that action is
deemed necessary. One plan is to
substitute leather cleats or rubber
balls on the soles of players' shoes.
Many players say this is impracticable. The other remedy suggested by
Secretary Barnard, of the Cleveland
Americans, is to adopt a rule prohibiting players from sliding feet lirst
into a base.
Another Match for Gotch.
New York, Nov. 20���The winner of
the Con O'Kelly-Pat Connolly wrestling match, which ls scheduled for
next Monday night in this city, wm
be matched with Frank Gotch for tne
world's championship. A propos tion
to meet the winner of next Monday s
contest was put before Gotch, and he
agreed to take a match If sufficient
financial   inducements    were  Offered.
Southamp-
SCOTTISH LEAGUE.
Morton, 0;   Aberdeen,  1.
Celtic, 4; Airdrionians, 1.
Motherwell, 0;   Clyde, 0.
St. Mlrren, 1;  Falkirk, 5.
Hearts, 1;  Hamilton Athletics, 2. s
Kilmarnock, 4; Hlberians, 0.
Third Lanark, 2;  Seatric Town, 1.
Glasgow      Rangers,    7;      Queen's
Park, 1.
CAPT. COY WINS GAME
FOR YALE UNIVERSITY
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 21.���The
splendid kicking of Captain Coy, of
New Haven, Conn., brought the Eastern Collegiate Football Championship
back to Yale today in an old-fashioned
football game, in which Harvard went
down to defeat, 8 to 0. Driving the
Crimson team steadily back by its
long punts, Captain Coy dropped two
goals from the field, and the aggres-
B'is'expectedlhat 'ti,; contest will be I slye forwards of the Yale team con-
held at Madison Square garden. I trlbuted two points more by blocking
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
M��NDAY, NOV,MBER 22
1909.
77/�� OPPOSING RAIL WA Y POLICIES
of the Government and the Provincial Rights Parties
in the Interior.
(PUBLISHED  BY  COURTESY  OF THE SATURDAY SUNSET.)
Readers are earnestly requested to
-carefully study the above map. It
shows the routes to he adopted by
the opposing parlies after present
elation. The line starting aolng the
North Thompson river on the north
bank, following down the river and
crossing between Ashcroft and the
Spence's Bridge and thence down to
Hope is the C. N. R. the bonds of
which are to be guaranteed t<> the
extent of $35,000, if the McBride Government is ro-eW'cted. The other line
alongside it is the C. P. It.
The Kettle Valley line ls the zig
zag black line from Penticton to Mer-
j rltt  where lt connects  with  the    C.
P. R.
It will be seen that this line does
| not  touch  Princeton  coal,  that  It   is
| many miles from Granite Creek coal
and  that it gives no connection    between Aspen Grove and Nicola. There
: is nothing in tbe McBrlde policy to
I provide for any of these connections.
! Neither ls there any short connection
| across   the  Hope   Mountains.   Pentic-
I ton by the KetMe Valley route is 3fi0
'miles  from  Vancouver.    By  the  Opposition  policy lt would be only 241
miles. Princeton, which is not touched by the K. V��� would, by the Opposition policy, be 150 miles from Vancouver. Granite Creek coal would be
180 miles, Hedley would be 176 miles
and Keremeos 195 miles. All these
would he brought Into touch with
Vancouver.
The Opposition is not opposed to
the construction of the Kettle Vallev
nor of aiding it by subsidy. It is verv
'""f'1 1" favor of it. It provides part
of the Hope Mountain link which the !
Opposition   is  committed  to
Note where the dotted line touches I
the Kettle Valley line on the Coquo-
halla. That is just 117 miles. The
Opposition will build that link, and
give the Kettle Valley, the C. P. R..
the V. V. & E. nnd 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 Britsh Columhia. The V. V. & E. would be
only too glad to build from Prtncton
Where, the line Is now completed, to
tlie junction of the K. V. and the Government line. Thus the whole of the
Southern Similkameen, the Boundary, |
the Okanagan, tho Kootenays, would
be connected up at one stroke and
the province would be in absolute
control of thc freight situation.
The heavy line from Kamloops to
Nicola is the proposed G. T. P. line.
That line might be extended to Hope
by following the route of the K. V.
up the Coldwater and going down the
Coquohalla, but if the K. V. ls built
that will not be necessary as the G.
T. P. can secure running rights over
the K. V. to thc Government line and
thus come Into Hope.
The O. T. P. ls willing now to �����
tor into a oontnwt to buUd.fromiT<
Jaune Cache and to   g*g���� e
struction as soon as th.
"Bfpwfuuw **;X\'SA
opposed tothe coming of the ui
oppose..!  im *-�� --���   .        ,..,Pi
It wants the C. .V R. "���> c    .
hut 1
ll warns me ��    hare-ruin whlcj
wants it to come on ;        ^     ffhio
win be fair to BriUsh ColumDift,
will   return   value   for    <;   n,.i(tl, poj
given to it.    I nde      >    ��� ,    iinl
Icy we get a maxtoumm:m       rnr|
a minimum of either service        Q
trol  of rates,  in faol ��bft0'u
control. NOVE
MBER  22, 1909
in   Leather
**%* at
MOREY'S
just the thing for sending away.
m  BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
I
THE DAILY NEWS.
>"
PAGE SEVEIS[.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
vm 'Phone i��b.     narn "Phone 187
Columbia Street
Baggie   lelivered   promptly   to
gny part of the city
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain
a license in the Westminster Division
of Westminster District.
(a). The name, address and occupation of the applicant is the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, havinf
its head offlce at the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, and having a
capital of |2,500,000 divided into 2,-
500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all fully
I paid up.
th). The name of the lake, stream
lor source is Suicide Creek, flowing
i into tlie Nlcomen Slough in Dewdney
1 district, about, three and one-half
j miles east of Dewdney Station on the
��� Canadian Paclflc  Railway.
(c).    The    point    of    diversion   Is
about eight miles  up Sui Ide Greek
from the point  where Suicide   Crei
intersects with  the Canadit a Paciflc
I Railway.
id). The quantity of v...ter applied
for 55 cubic feet per second.
(e).   The character of the proposed
works is the dlversio    oi  eiid crei
by means of dam, ditch, flume, natural waterways, tunnels ami p.pes, and
the      establishment    i i    com >
therewith of a watei power planl for
the generation of elect l< Itj   t
chanical, industrial    and commi
purposes and partlculai ly In Uie o
ation  of  motors,   mai hlnery, elei ti I
lighting,  the operation  of  tramways
and other works for which such light,
halt  and power,    afe   suitable   and
available.     The    pren It      on which
the water is to be used  Is a power
house to be constructed ln Township
Twenty-one   (21),   Dewdney   district,
about  two miles  nortii  of  the Cana-
BUSY HERRING SEASON
PREDICTED FOR NANAIMO
Large Number of Camps Will  Be Established   Around   the   Black
Diamond City.
Nanalmo, Nov. 21.���T. M. Wilkie,
local agenl for Messrs. Evans, Coleman & Evans, Vancouver, has arrived
in thee Ity and will remain until the
ph tion of the flBhing season. In a
conversation Mr. Wilkie stated that
he understood there are to be some
thirty-seven Ashing camps established here this year, as compared With
twentj  last seasaon.
"Each camp last year," continued
M. Wilkie. "averaged 1,000 tons, so
with the increased number of camps
there Bhould he a lar larger output
of fish this year."
spi aking of the prospects of the
herring cannery about to be established here. Mr. Wilkie expressed it
as his opinion that it should prove
a very suae ��� ssful proposition. ��� There
might, perhaps, be some difficulty ex-
; ienced later in the season in can-
the li cai herring owing to soft-
although of this he was b> no
i sure. In any event, during the
flrsl few weeks no difficult) should
he et,...111111.-red tit all. Another excellent feature In connection with the
cannerj would be the fact that they
would nol be restricted to any one
proci ss, but could besides placing
canm I hi ning on the market, prepare anchovy paste, bloaters, sardines,
etc., all through the herring run.
Light and Heavy Hauling ISSj
OFFICE-TRAM  DEPOT. | wate,
Pacific     Railway,    m
Suicldi
PACIfIC
RAILWAY CO.
Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express and Seattle train
|i       1
Afternoon Express leaves 15:25 for
st,    including   United
Stati   ���     ts, St. Raul and East
Agassi'  i. cai leaves 17 ::',">.
Foi further particulars apply to
ED. GOI'I.KT,
C. P. U. Agent.
NOTICE.
PARISH   PRIEST    SUES
FOR DAMAGE TO CHARACTER
eby .given that an ap-
be made   by the Van-
tmlnster &  Yukon  Railwaj Compan;   to  the  Parliament  of
Cai nexl session for an acl
to exti time   for commencing
the ti of the line of    the
company's railway, authorized by
t i  the Statutes of  1901,
until ��� day of May. 1912; and
to extend i time ror finishing and
putti!.  ��� i 1  line in operation un
til the 15th day of May, 1915; and
also to the route of that part
ol the line of the company's railway
authorized by Section 7 of the sahl
art, which runs from Squamish valid- to Ha elton, cr some other point
on the Ski i na river from the route
authorized by tlie said section of the
��aM act, to a route described as follows: Commencing from a point at
or near the city of Vancouver or
some other convenient point on the
shore of Burrard Inlet to a point at
or near the citv of New Westminster
In the province of British Columbia
(such line of railwav being in addition to the line of railway between
the said points which is authorized
b)' th
The purposes for which tlie
water Is to be used is to gem rate
electric power, light and heai her
traction, lighting, heating, manufacturing  and all   and  everj   industrial
ior other purposes to which it may be
, applied.
iii.   if the water is to be used for
| power  or  mining    purposes  describe
: the (dace where the water is to be
returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between
point of diversion and point of return. The water will be returned to
the  bed of Suicide Creek  at or near
' tlie said proposed powerhouse, the
difference in altitude being approximately six hundred feet.
tj).    Area of  Crown land intended
: to be occupied by the proposed works
will not exceed 900 acres inclusive of
lands to be submerged by reason of
: storage of water.
iki.      This notice was posted onl
; the  3rd  day of  Noveml.er, 1909, and ;
\ application will be made to the Com-
mlssloner on the 10th day of December, 1009.
di. Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or llcen-
s' es who or whose lands are likely
to he affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,
none.
nn).   T:.. pari of   the    m ��� .,
dum  of Association of  the Con 0_
which authorizes  the proposed  application  and works,  reads as follows:
(3). The objects for which the
Company is established and to which
objects the Company are restricted
are the acquisition of water and water power by records of unrecorded
water or by  the  purchase of water
e records or water privileges for.
ta) Constructing, operating and maintaining ele.et tie works, power houses, generating plant and such other
appliances and conveniences as are
necessary and proper for tlie generating of electricity or electric power,
;or any other form of developed power, and for transmitting the same to
I be used by the company or by persons
ior companies    contracting    with the
. company therefor, as a motive power
: for tlie operating of motors, maehin-
; ery or electric lighting or other
works, or to be supplied by the company to consumers for heating or as
a motive power for propelling tramways, or for driving, hauling, lifting,
pumping, lighting, crushing, smelting,
-��������� ���_������������____,   Ai|,ur
Toronto, Nov. 21.���Rev. Father ���'���
P. Desrosiers, parish priest of Ville
St. Pierre, near Montreal, has entered
a slander action for $2,000 damages
against K. Ctauron, one of his parishioners.
The plaintiff claims tliat in a public speech Mr. Cam on said that the
cure had not strictly kept the secrets
ol confessional, and this induced
some parishioners not to go to confession again   to  Father  Desrosiers.
Tlie cure has also taken an action
for $1,000 damages against t! ��� town
clerk of Ville St. Pierre, J. A. Latleur
alleging verbal insults.
GRAPE  CROPS   IN
FRANCE  DAMAGED
Paris, Nov. 21.���The French vintage
which everywhere except in the So .th
has been delayed and injured by bail
weather, is now over. The champagne
especially has been seriously affected.
Tbe famous black grapes of the BoUZy
vintages which are used by all th"
leading champagne houses are scan1
in quantity, and watery and taste!, ss
in quality. The white grape vineyards
of Verzenay aad Craman b n e al. i
railed and the experts say thai tbe
pn ������ nl champagm \ Intage w ill i '-
one o fthe i ooresl i the pasl t, a
years, lu Burmundy, the crop is
and the choicest vintages have sul-
fered.
e
aiii   liming   which   is   uumuoi.ru   pumping,  llgnung, uiubumib,  �����*" ���"".
e company's act of incorpora- drii|ing and milling or for any oui
Honi, and from the said point at or 1 operations to which it may be aaapwa
near the city of New Westminster to or ,0 be used or supplied for in con-
thesouth side of the Fraser river, neotion with any other purposes ior
thence by the most feasible route whlcu electricity or electric powt
ttirotiKli .v,w Westminster District mav bc applied or required.
��id In an easterly and northerly di-1 (g). For rendering water a "
rection through the districts of Yale. | wut(,r power available for use, n\ '
Llllnaat    ..ai   r'���-ii.���.   .-   -    -~i����   "n ,      ..__   ���.���     j..,.--ii���,H���n     hv  electing
ROMAN  CATHOLIC'S  GIFT
TO PROTESTANT CHURCH
Kingston. Ont., Nov. 21.���Among
the gifts towards the jubilee fund of
the Queen street Methodist church
was a cheque for $1011 from tli.. Hon.
Wm. Ilarty, a prominent Roman Catholic. In the letter accompanying the
gift. Ilarty says: "Christianity is a
big enough platform to bold us all an.l
under that banner you can always
count upon my readiness to aid you
and your fellow churchmen in an endeavor to Improve mankind under the
wide principles of the golden  rule."
^   ... and   Cariboo  to  a  point  on>c.ltion and   distribution    by eiecUI��
the branch line from Willow river to  flams, Increasing the head or water u
Wmonton authorized by Chapter 17(1   any ,-xlsting body of water, or' <'xle
of the statutes   of    1906 at or near : ,������  thf. area  thereof,    Oivorong "i��
Tote 'ami��� Cache.  thence northwest-, w.lter8 ���f any 8troam'lpondI,l��lrnneV9
terly f0
thortze
uteg
the
Port v,v,���ne ana fort Mcueoa; menoeibuilding, or  0UH'r ,C1 ^'.'""connection
h>' 'li" most  feasible route to Hazel-   w���u.��� may be required In conne.i,
ton or   ,.nm���    other    point    on  the | wlth tiu. improvement and use otu'��
��r   some
Skeena ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Dated at the City of Vancouver,
Wovlnce of British Columhia. this
-3rd day ���f October, A. D., 1909.
MARTIN, CRAIO, BOURNE ft  HAY,
146 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.
Solicitors for the Vancouver, West-
tnuister _  Yukon Railway Company.
249
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CApITAL |14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   and
Newfoundland, and In   London, Eng-
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
j. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Offlc. Eighth St.
���-_uia.ua, ana tn   London,  Eng
'and, Ni w Vork, Chicago and Spokan.
' s- A., and Mexico City.   A genera
e^e^e^e^e^e^e^e^���
corespondent
e,
general
lusinesB    transacted.      Let-
sHiied,    available with
in    all   parts of    the
banking
^rs of Credit
World ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Savings Hank Department���Deposits
Melved '"  esiunB of  }1 and  upward,
��"d interest allowed at 3 per cent, por
R^i" (pre.ent rate).
'Wfl!   Assets  over  $168,000,000.00.
NE'" WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. B. BRYMNER, Manager.
r,d wate   and"watcrpower or by a
te  n" renewing, extendi,,., lmpror
nB   repairing    or   main taining any
such works, or any part thereof.
(nl    The company applies for a "
"��int 1   ��& an'arca ot about eTght
reservoir with an are* oi����� he
j  .    ���inro  the    water Is  D>   me
*|rtn    r\f   efrnfi   Will t  I S   UlllUife       ar
ponsorvatlon oi mm   wc ,
ffE surr6nndifag;5��JSJt oir.lt*.
(P),   The area g the reMF*
or sites at each too    " ��p e8i
the outlet will be at *ero i m.
and increasing a   the rat
dve acres for each foot   n    < P    ���
(fl).   " l�� m"��P��"dtXl bv prUate
^-S? p5S or It ne^ssnt-y
owners���by   pun u����
,,>(;T,,7hea,'"-eaSe    feet     approxl-
mtlt'e.y inlended to he impounded will
1 b0UTKm
A' B- n,a'K'r���rectors.
,   v. AllMSTRONCx,
aeeretary, Vancouver   U^-
S.u.i.oje. Incor-
Vancouver  Power Co.,  bWfc,
porated 1898-
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old t>rl<'Kfi"
not considered safe for vehicular
baffle, and the public ,f��>����* "J
cautioned apainst hauling loada of
any kind over It ft^
Persona conUnulng to do eo after
ttiiVnotlce must take all the r's*s ��fl
thBv92der W. A. DUNCAN.
By order. n ^^ clerS
City Hall. New Westminster, Ju'7
23rd. 1909.
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Contracting and all kinds of labor
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NOTICE.
To Whom it may concern:
Take notice that ln accordance wHh
authority granted by the WW
of Marine and Fisheries the��� LuU w
land draw bridge at Now Weetmni
ster     B. C, wlll    be   closed to boat
I^KSSVCONTJACTCO..
President.
EXCERPTS FROM RECENI SPEECH
OF SIR CHAS. HIBBERT TUPPER
On the "Wild and Unconsidered" Policy of a Part
of the Conservative Government.
'I am here as a Conservative," Sir
Hibbert declared at tlie outset. "Mr.
McBrlde proposes to blacken the eyes
of any Conservative1 who dares to
disapprove of his railway policy,
while 1 am a Conservative who, like
1,1s colleagues, Messrs. Tatlow nnd
Fulton, is compelled to disagree with
thai policy. The Premier lias been
Kind enough to say the province
would still be here alter my departure, My compliments to Mr, McBride. When he Is defeated a few
days hence 1 feel confident British
Columbia will prosper more than
ever. He is asking us to agree to a
guarantee, bul I for one do not want
to go on the note. 1 can not support
this radical nnd extraordinary departure of a so-called Conservative government. 1 have been brought up
to appreciate the advantages of party
loyalty, but loyalty ceases when it
says black is white. I hesitate, I
say, when 1 know the color Is green.
"Down to October last when the fatal railway contract was siegned the
government adhered to Its policy and
I could give them my support. 1
have not left Mr. McBrlde or Mr. Taylor. The Premier, Mr. Bowser and
the small ends have gone back on
their records and they did it in the
twinkling of an eye," continued Sir
Hihbert with rising warmth. "If the
Premier had gone to the country without a railway policy he would have
scored a victory. Why was this extraordinary program submitted without giving tlie people o fBritish Columbia reasonable time to consider
its provisions? lt is patent thai It
was sprung in violation of every constitutional principle. Why. I ask.
was the policy of the Roblin government In Manitoba nol adopl id? Be-
I ii he . Igned an agn u.< nt with the
sain, railway he call ��� l a conference
of business men and women of both
parties to consider a matter fraught
with such momentous consequences.
"This deal is bold and monstrous,
and Is useless to any oue outside the
Mann and Mackenzie crowd. it
knocks the bottom out of the cry for
better terms. It stultifies the Conservative leader at Ottawa. Conditions existent have. It is admitted,
made us the most heavily taxed people in the world. Shaping their policy until October with that conviction,
is it not bewildering to hear from the
lips of the same men who appealed to
Borden to ask the people to guarantee
the construction of trunk Hues. ls
there a man, woman or child wbo will
admit that the two policies are consistent? Is lt not frenzied finance;
is lt not beyond the vagaries of the
wildest boomster? I say It ts childish unparalleled, and is opposed to
all they have been preaching for the
past three or four years."
Then Sir Hibbert made a reference
to tlie resignations of Messrs. Tatlow and Fulton. "Surely they are
bound to break silence before this
campaign Is over. No doubt It would
hurt their colleagues to tell the truth;
it can not be that some malign or
sinister motive impelled them to quit
rather than serve under a dishonorable government. As long as they
remain dumb the worse it will look
for the Premier." Nearly all the
speaker's references to Mr. McBride
and Mr. Bowser were loathing, denunciatory, Ironical or facetious.
"Is lt a contract document or agreement?" asked Sir Charles with irony
before mercilessly criticising the
agreement not only for Its conditions
and the government for letting it see
the light 11 momentous days after It
had heen negotiated.
"Mann and Mackenzie are not Infants. They know a good deal more
about the railway game than the Premier and Mr. Bowser. They played
with them ln a way that a man would
be ashamed to act toward little children," added Sir Hibbert amidst another noisy outburst from the audience.
We have the word of the Premier
that this monstrous memorandum
which was published on October 30
Is the core of the contract. In Toronto Mr. Mann said lt was the text
of this contract, and now we have Mr.
Bowser asserting that the document
ln any event ls not binding.   It com
mits us to an extraordinary liability."
When Sir Hibbert contrasted H
with the terms secured by Premier
Roblin of Manitoba, in negotiating an
agreement with the same railway
company, "There is no provision
here against Mackenzie & Mann selling out their rights to another railway," continued the speaker, tis he
warmed  'ip to his task.
"There is no provision for reduction of rates, nor for the control of
rates; third, there is no provision for
a Blnklng fund; fourth, no forfeit was
mentioned and no provision was made
for construction to begin from tills
end or the line. And seventhly, there
is no provision thai Mackenzie and
Mann, who control ;u least 85 per
cent, of the stock of the Canadian
Northern, should hypothecate their
stock with the government as a guarantee of good faith. In regard to
his statement that no sinking fund
was provided, Sir Charles pointed out
thai where it is intended that the
bonds of railway are to be paid off, a
sinking funds was essential, otherwise the railway continued to Inevst
Its profits in extensions, terminals,
etc., an.l no cash was available to pay
off the bonds when their term expired."
"I submit that there Is no necessity
for this province to aid a third or
fourth transcontinental Hue," continued tlie speaker. "If any really existed it would be a matter for the federal parliament to consider and the
party could hold Mr. Borden responsible for his attitude. If a request
for a bond guarantee were made at
Ottawa, it would be laughed down by
botli sides. These roads are breaking their necks to come, and there ls
no need to give them more than decent treatment. Mr. McBride justi-
lied the Kaien island deal because he
was dealing with a northern road,
that would open up a new territory,
but said lie would make the roads
farther soutl, pay through the mountains. 1 repeat that the deal with
the Canadian Northern is a wild,
hasty nnd unconsidered one, and
there was never a greater issue before the people of this province.
"In Manitoba a railway bond guarantee was different, for there branch
lines opened up a crowded region
needing railway facilities, and the
government had retained the control
of rates. The late Hou. Mr. Agnew,
treasurer of Manitoba, referring to
the former deal, reviewed what his
government had wrung from the railways. Out in British Columbia the
situation ls reversed."
Sir Hibbert saw no possibility of
the proposed line proving advantage-
eous from a competitive standpoint.
Operating costs were high, and the
railway commission would not pare
down the rate too unduly. A blue-
book brought down in parliament at
Ottawa the other day showed that the
Canadian Northern nad a mileage of
3100 miles, without a mile through a
mountainous country, exacted rates
averaging 10 per cenl. higher than
those of the Canadian Paclflc. He
ulso explained that his attitude toward the government was that of
many other members of the Conservative party,
"1 bave taken this position," he
concluded, "after a lot of painful
thought. I would have liked to have
gone under the patty flag in this battle. The party system is, after all,
the best system that can be devised
for the Dominion. I never faltered
in my allegiance until R. F. Green
was guilty of malfeasance in oflice In
Maj, 190ti, when I knew he did what
should have turned hlm out of society
of any decent man, and McBride kept
him in his cabinet until November.
I flinched, and did not vote at all.
When this recent monstrous proposition was sprung ln haste, showing
the brand of cowardice, then I concluded that party government was a
failure. 1 am now ready to work
with Liberals or Conservatives to secure a clean and honest government
In British Columbia."
There was on extraordinary outburst of cheering when Sir Hihbert
concluded an eloquent peroration of
the great destiny and possibilities of
the province.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER
22, 1909.
*  A Good Thing Is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(MtpU Leaf
Label)
Is gstalng ln favor every day.   Our oatput last y����r was doubl* the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritioua of b��veraj��i.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
AEROPLANES USEFUL    ������
FOU CARRYING FREIGHT
SHOCK OF MEETING
BROTHER KILLS MAN
Can   Now  Serve   to    Transfer   Large ! After Ten Years. W. J. Bassett Finds
Bodies of Men and Do Not En-
. danger England's Insularity.
LEATHER GOODS
THE  LATEST STYLES   IN    HAND   BAGS,   COLLAR   BAGS,  CUFF   BOX ES, CARD CASES, CARD
SETS, BILL BOOKS, ETC..     ETC.        SEE    OUR
WINDOW   DISPLAY.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl-
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AXD FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT  STREET
Telephone 333.
New  Westminster.
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ompany
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mar.uracturers and Dvziers in All Kina    ot
Lumber,   Lalh,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1 urned Work,    Etc.
Hsh and Fruit Boxes.
Large Slock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how it ls cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
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 some others
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
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Interurban  Line,
Cars for Vancouver and way
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hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave J
at ten minutes after the hour, *
half past and fifty minutes after 2
the hour, commencing at 6:30 T
a. m. e
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Sunday eervice half-houriy he- e
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.     *
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
London, Xov. 21.���The role of the
aeroplane in furture wars in not
thoughl much of by S. F. Cody, tho
American aviator who has made the
only really successful aeroplane
flights in England, llis opinion is rather surprising, since Mr. Cody has
been carrying out liis experiments under the auspices of the British war
office.
Mr. Cody was asked whether he did
not think the aeroplane would ultimately obliterate England's Insular
security and make it as easy to invade the count ry as any countr> on
the continent of Europe, The aviator
replied:
"Nol al all. They won't invade with
vast armies by aeroplane. They may
send scouts to seek for Information,
or drop shells on powder magazines,
or little bits of mischief like that���
guerilla warfare, in fact���but an army
could not come over and take possession. The difficulties of starting,
landing and immobilizing would be insuperable. The slightest hitch would
be fraught with serious consequences
to tlie invaders.
"I don't think, however, that the effective discharge of explosives from
an airship would be at all a difficult
matter."
Relative  in   Hospital���Excitement
Fatal to  Patient.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Carnar
von street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
Pittsburg, Nov. 21.���After being lost
to his family for ten years, the shock
of   meeting   his   brother  proved     too
I much for Stephen Bassett, whose body |
was senl to New Kochelle. N.Y., early
today.
While chatting With W. J. Bassett,
a New York travelling man, an official of the Pressed Steel Car Company
of McKees Rocks, near here, said:
"We have an employee of your
name In I ad shape from pneumonia
at a hospital here."
The travelling man suggested that
tl, j visil the patient, mentioning that
: be bad a brother who had been missing for ten years. Going to the ward,
where the patient lay. the New Yorker discovered bis lo-lg-lost brother.
The meeting was pathetic, but proved
too much for the sick man, who died
in a few hours.
It is said that the dead man, who
was 38 years old, was the son of rich
parents.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson streei.
GRAFT   DISCLOSURES
IN   GERMAN   NAVY
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 401)11, l.O.K
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at S o'clock, in th-e small
hall, Oddfellows1 block.
'*/;._
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. ln the Kagles'
hall, Columhia street. J. N. Altch.
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofield, Secro
tary.
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of eacli mouth;
Quarterly meeting on the tntra
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at B 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.
Fell   Under Car.
Windsor, Nov. 21.���Anxiety for the'
safety of her grandchildren tempted
Mrs. Chas. Batosh. of Essex, to sacrifice  her life  this evening.    As    she
heard  one of the big er.-s in operation on the Windsor, Esstx and Lake
Shore   railway   approaching,   she  ran
from her home near the town of Es- !
sex. and in crossing the tracks fell in
front of the car.   She was mangled al- :
most beyond recognition.    She was -In
years of age  and  the    wife    of    a
farmer.
Kiel, Nov. 21.���A sensafion was
created at the graft trial here yesterday when Clerk Reinkens testified
that Lieut-Commander Haase, who
ie..in ly committed suicide at Cuxhav.
en was concerned in the scandal.
He said Haase instigated him to
notify Frankenthal, one of the accused merchants of a forthcoming auction of gutta percha at the Cuxhaven
artillery depot. Haase's suicide, which
has been a mystery is supposed to be
explained by this evidence.
An official of the ministry of marine testified that it was tlie duty of
the dock yards staff, numbering s.t��00
men to occuply itself chiefly with
keeping tlie fleet ready for battle and
only secondarily to manage in a business way the stores, which involve an
annual turnover of $6,000,000.
EONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month ln K. of F.
hall.      Chief, W. Suinerland.
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No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall, 1
Columbia street, every Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Oilley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
FRONT  STREET
Is the place to buy or sell new and
second-hand goods of any kind. W<-
have nearly
100 DOZEN' JELLY JARS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
| Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't bosin to tell you all we
have, but no matter what you want.
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND ��� HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel.
HUNG TO DOOR KNOB
FOR NEARLY A DAY
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon bodge,
No. 17. A. F. and A. M.: L. O. L.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 46S3, I. O. F.; C. O.
F. Court Westminster. No. 330;
Brotherhood  of Owls.  -Nest  No.  -D.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283���.Meets second and fourth
Mondays at 8 p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood St.
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
Prince Allien, Sask.. Nov. 21.���F.
B. Hutchinson, formerly school Inspector here, was the successful man
in ti.t rush at the lands titles offlce
this morning. Hutchinson took bis
place at the door of the lands offlce
yesterday at noon and since that time
up until the doors were opened this
morning he never let go the knob.
There were about twenty in the
rush for tbe homestead. The property
is situated half a mile from Klnlstlno
and bas been farmed for the las- six
years. It is well fenced and tli.'
buildings on it are good. The farm is
valued at  $3,500.
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For a Municipal Skating Rink.
Melville, Sask., Xov. 21.���The ratepayers will be given the opportunity
on November 26 to vote for or against
a money bylaw which has as its object tlie issuing of debentures to the
value of J6.000 for the purpose of acquiring a site and erecting a curling
and skating link in the town.
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__V, *.* MONDAY
NOVEMBER 22, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE NINE.
g(nce the announcement of the railway policy, a number of. events have
0CCUrred which make It clear that we
bav|  reaChed a political crisis ln the
luce, which requires your  most
caretui consideration-.   The promulga-
the policy was at once follow-
,    resignations of tlie Finance
Mr.  Tatlow.  and   the   Minis-
..aials.   Mr.   Fulton,     on     tho
grounds thai they could nm give their
.  ,,,  thi   arrangemenl   arrived
,. McBride and .Mr. Mann,
to in  expected, the reasons
,..hj      made   II   impossible   lor   ili.-n
to  remain  in  the  Cabinet
,,!-.  commended themselves
ublic at large withoul regard
I [Cai alliances, with tin   resull
a   Charles   Hibben   Tupper,  a
. onservativ<  of tbe .greatest
and   distinction,    ami     many
v.iui.  like  blm,  refuse  to  be
partisan considerations to
i -.iie spoliation oi the Province,
...  lared   themselves   as  vigor-
ipposed tn tlie conclusion of an
���   nl   which  must    Inevitably
oui   credit,    whili     securing
a return.
: ominatlon speech, the Hun.
said:   "In giving you tbe
lian  Northern,   we  are  not   giv-
oi e   but two transcontinent-
��� the 0. T. P. intends to rush
��� |  Georgl   tn  Yaiico'.ivi'i   branch
lon, and expects to n ai
���    ���   tl,:, the Chicago, Milwau-
.   .-���   Paul  is coming    to    our
��� is giving Vancouvei ami the
Mainland  at an early  date  I
: -mental  railway s
������ tee have six transcontinen-
��� ,} -  sen ing  Vwcouver  and
wer Mainland at an eai ly daj.
Is It possible to conceive of a wilder
i   unconsidered projeel  than
ng  the entire credil  ol
nce to m . are the oonstruc-
i ���  only  one ot these  lines,  i s-
view  of the admission ol
b   Mi.  Bowsei. t'i.'    in    anj
��� ���   ���  e   Grand  Trunk   Pacific   rail
��� -   tn reach  \ an to n er  In
���   ol   thai    railway*    it'    '
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JOHN OLIVER'S MANIFESTO.
waukee & St. Paul to Baj nothing of
the other lines to which he ri fi
can come and are coming here without ;i guarantee or aid of anj kind,
what madder projeel could be conceived than thai of exhausting our
credit to bring in a single railway
which, like the rest, i, ,, declared
transcontinental railway, and must
conn- here lu any event, and which
wi could not keep oul of thi Pro
ince in  any casi
It is admitted thai the route proposed by Mr. McBrldi and Mr. Maim
double-track the G T. P, it, the Yel-
Iowhead Pasi and thi I P i, down
the Praser Valley, it le adi iltted that
by the proposed Ketth Valley connection, tin Okanagan 11 Kootenay
countries can be reac ed only by a
loni ai : circultoui routi a great
pari of wbicb would also double-
tracl Mn C. P. R. The short and direct road in this city from the tl
settled Kootenays and the rich 11
. disl Icl ie by the llope Mountains portal, which Mr Maim forced
Mr. McBride to abandon, The proper
route from Kamloops Is thai by Nicola Laki up the Coldwater, down the
��� i lohalla, and thence to Vancouvei.
a route v hich now hen double-1 - ���
tm existing railwaj and everywhere
opens up new  and valuabh   territory.
The two absolutelj esesntial conditions to be complied with in any projeel for railwa;. aid ln this Province
are: First, the opening up of new territory, and second, cheap transp
tlon. The McBride-Mann scheme, on
the contrary, provides for double-
tracking the C. P. R. throughoul most
of iis length, and does not contemplate tin build ��� sii gle branch
lie. . it makes ta. pro\ ision whatever
with regard to freighl rates In his
nomination Bpee Mr. Bowser Bald:
"Then mighl bi some questioning as
t.e the control of passenger and tn
rates, bul when we discussed
matter with Mackenzie <v Mam, we
to ll co ��� thai ii would
not be wise to havi such a clause inserted i'e ' ��� n1 " Th. Mc-
; Government, afti consi
tl m, di liberately dec! led  to i xclude
all mention of freight and passenger
rates from the agreement. For this
action no excuse can possibly be assigned. If the Province is not to receive a railway that will aid us In ou'
task of opening-up and developing
over 300,000 square miles Of territory.
tho only reason thai would be put
forward .'ot aiding a double-tracking
through line of easy grades would be
that it would reduce freighl and passenger rates to a minimum, yei we
an told H proviso to this effeel woul I
be unwise. Could anything be more
obvious tha ntlie fact that under this
wild and unconsidered arrangemenl
we nn asked to mortgagi our credit
'" lhi lasi dollar for a railwaj which
refuses to give us an consideration
whi  - ver In return?
1 have stated repeatedlj thai we
arc nol opi ce 1 to the coming of the
Cana lian > on ern. but are anxious
tf. bring ii In In 1908 Mr. McBride
said "Preseutlj no doubt, w< will
bave Mackenzil & Maim knocking at
oil'- doois let ui give decent Intelligent incoitra^e'menl to these undertakings but let us give nothing
more." Ai the Pi me time he said:
' It ei tuallj does seem to me that
the inilways aro doing better withoul
Governmenl bom ses than they did
wlv>n tbey w.i(- in receipt of these
favors fiom 'ui G'vernment of the
day' A rnoie e-.-i ordinary change
of \iev- than that which Mr. McBrlde
lias i \|.i ��� i' ���;���-���( i since Mackenzie &
Mann "knocked ;.t the door" would
i ��� hard to Itnngioe t adhere to I ���
position v I lol t_i McBride lias
abandoned nml cei only repeat his
wo is ' li ! us g'iv< decent intelligent
��������� n-f i.t tu ihese undertaking,
but   let   us  give nothing   more."
To lighten the burden for the Prov-
ine as much as possible, and at the
same tmie provi i, | i whal is absolutely essential���Till: OPENING UP
OF NEW TERRITORY���my proposition would be to gel Domi ion and
Provincial cash subsidies for the road
from Yi '.lowhead. dov. n the No tb
Thompson to Kamloops: thence by
way of Nicola Lake to Men itt; up
the  Coldwater  to  the  Summit,  down
the Coquohala to Hope, and thence to
the coast. I understand the Canadian
Northern objects to building through
tbe Hope mountains on acco int of tilo
-rade. I look upon the Pass through
the Hope Mountains as one of great
Importance. If the Canadian Northern
is prepared to build through that
Pass upon receipt of a reasonable
subsidy, I would advocate that the
road through the Hope mountains
should be constructed by the Government as a Governmenl road, connecting with the V., V. fi E. an I the B.
C. Electric railroads to the wesi of
the Mope Mountains, and with the
V., V. & E., the Kei Me Valley railway
and the Canadian Northern railway to
'be east of tin mountains. If this
were  dope,  running  rights  could  be
ai ���������il to all these roads, on a basis
similar to that on wide!, rlgh i of a
similar character are given to run
over the railway bridge at Ni w Westminster, Under such arrangements
nol only would new area - be opened
up by ever/ mile of railway but all
points in the Kootenay;. and Okanagan. with their vast stores of farm
produce, fruit, coal and gold, would
be brought almost to the very doors
of Vancouver.
To further open up portions of the
Province at present inaccessible, and
to make use as far tis possible of the
subsidies, amounting to nearly seven
million dollars, already offered by the
Dominion Government to assist the
building of railways, I would discontinue the insane policy of fighting
Ottawa, and make intelligent use of
the subventions already at our disposal.
By following out the Opposition
program, tiie Province would be guaranteed the immediate construction of
one thousand miles of railway, every
mile of which would open up new
ii rritory, instead of 500 miles, of
which 300 miles doubletraeks railways already in existence, while only
200 miles are intended to serve new
territory. Even of tli" BOO nilles
offered by the McBride-Mann agreement much thai is nol iouble-track-
agi   is    imply v.    te, a    foi  exa
the proposal to reach Vancouver from
the Kettle Valley by way of Spences
Bridge and tlie C. P. R, Instead of
coming by the short and direct route
by way of Hope mountains.
Tbe madness of ""the McBride pro-
ject. and all the circumstances under
which it has been forced upon the
electors���who are not offered a completed agreement, who are kept in
the dark as to what it may finally
contain, wbo are daily misled as to
what it does contain, who are denied
time to consider its provisions, and
from whom the voters' lists are craftily withheld for the; deliberate purpose of preventing a tree expression
of public opinion���should be a sufficient warning that n crisis has been
reached in the management of the affairs of the province which maj lead
to disaster which It is Impossible to
overestimate.
The preseni is therefore not the
time to allow ourselves to be blinded
or even influenced by party consider:,'inns. Two Ministers of tlie
Crown, and many others of cha:
and integrity, have refused to bave
their hands tied while the province is
being plundered by the sacrifice of
our credit, without return of any
kind: whal tbey can afford to do,
others need not be ashamed to undertake. The present contest is in no
sense political. It is no more political than was tlie fight wage! by
Manitoba against railway monopoly
and the disallowance of railway charters. The Opposition which I have
the honor to lead is fighting with all
the strength it can muster in favor of
Provincial Rights, and against a mis-
clii.--.ous attempt, pursued by meth
ods the most devious and vicious, for
Ihe purpose of handing British Columbia over, bound and helpless to be
exploited by a railway corporation.
On behalf of a United British Columbia, I appeal confidently to every
serious mind, to every lover of the
Province, to spare no effort to prevent the realization of the McBride-
Bowser-Maun project.
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Tuesday, November 23, at 8 P.M.
P. C WADE, K. C. -   DUNCAN ROSS.
J. J. JOHNSTON
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Discriminating
Cook
appreciates the flour that gives
her the best opportunity for
showing her skill���to have a
constantly perfect product in
baking or pastry work.
Royal Standard Flour is the
kind that is giving satisfaction
to the women of British Columbia. Tlie reason lies in its
Inherent gooduess���the best
wheat, tbe best milling and the
most skilful blending combine
to make this flour a special embodiment of superior goodness.
You should use Royal Standard Flour for Its own sake.
There Is another reason, too.
You are likely to draw a coupon from your sack which entitles you to a lOfl-plece china
dinner set. There have been
many winners���there will be
many more.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
Work on Strathcona
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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(Continued  from   Pago  One.)
stage of the year and snags are beginning to show up for the Hist time
sinee the last rise, so thai it is the
most dangerous season for navigation. Mr. Whitmore states that everything possible has been done by
the crew of the snagboat to keep the
river clear, and that snags have heen
removed generally the day after being reported.
The Strathcona is owned by Messrs.
Ironsides, Rannie and Campbell, and
contrary to the general impression
was being operated by that firm when
the accident occurred, and not by the
Royal City Navigation Company. She
was doing a large business and the
firm had expressed great satisfaction
with her work. It Is the intention.
Mr. Whitmore believes, to remove the
Strathcona from the run, and to keep
her in operation on Burrard inlet as
an excursion boat, should the raising
prove successful, the draft of water
being too much for the shallow water
of the upper Fraser reaches. She
will be beached on the bar opposite
Hatzlc and repaired sufficiently to
come to town under ber own steam.
TWENTY-ONE BABIES
BAPTISED AT ONCE
Town of Waldo Holds Record For Pro Rata Increase
of Population in B. C.
RAILWAY  TOO  FRESH
IN   BUILDING   LINE
Quebec, Nov. 21.���As the result of
a ruling of the Board of Hallway Commissioners the Canadian Northern
railway Is ordered to demolish seven
miles of grading of a branch line running from lhe main line to the municipality of Limoilou to a point on the
Montmorency river.
The cause of this ruling by the Railway Commission is the fact that the
company began the construction of
this branch line without first of all
securing the approbation of the Commission and strong objections were
made by the municipality of Beauport
which on investigation, lod to the discovery that the line was already constructed. A compromise with the
municipality of Beauport is hoped for,
however, that the company not. be
forced to undo the work which has
been done.
Victoria, Nov. 21.���Babies dark and
fair; babies just nearing the first
milestone of life's journey; babies
quiet and peaceful and noisy and troublesome���all kinds and all races, in
infant sizes, were represented at the
most remarkable baptism lest reported in wears which took place last
Tuesday ln the little mining towu of
Waldo. ->'
It   was   the   country   pastor's  first
visit to the comparatively newly set-
1 tied district for some months.    Word
of his coming had gone ahead of him
and when, tired after many miles of
travel,  he arrived,  his  welcome was
cordial beyond expectation.    The mothers of the countryside, their youngsters    proudly    displayed,    gathered
about   him   and   besought   that     the
��� children be subjected to the holy rite
1 of baptism  at   the  earliest    possible
moment
The somewhat embarrassed pastor
acceded and next day the little town's
only meeting place was the cynosure
of all eyes. There were assembled
practically all the babies of the community and the clergyman walked
among them, pronouncing the words
admitting to the church and distributing the names by which they are to
he known throughout life. Twenty-
one kiddles were disposed or at one
session and double that number of
patents were sent away to their homesteads happy. Before the pastoral
visit was completed almost as many
more had come before the minister.
After recovering from the bewildered state of mind that the events
had created the overwhelmed and
overworked divine declared that it is
his firm conviction that ''Waldo, for
Its stze, can produce the largest proportion of healthy, happy infants of
anv such district ln British Columbia."
Censorship of the Drama.
London, Nov. 21.���The Joint Committee of the House of Lords and the
House of Commons, which was appointed in July to enquire into the
censorship of the drama, today reported in favor of continuing the
censorship and of extending the au-
torltv of the censor so as to include
a supervision over the music halls.
NOT LIVING  IN
CALIFORNIA NOW
St. Thomas, Ont., Nov. 21.���W. V.
Bolton a recent arrival from California, was fined $50 and costs for pointing a revolver at two men with whom
he had a dispute.
His defence was that such tactics
was customary ln California.
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22
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AS OTHERS SEE IT.
Mr. Bowser's Ideas.
When Mr. Bowser returned from
his trip to the East in October. 1908,
he was met at the railway depot by
a group of admiring friends. "How
did you leave things in the East.
Bowser?" asked one of the group
"Delightful, beautiful, grand." answered the Boanerges of the McBride
wing of the Provincial Conservative
party. "I've got 'em skinned. 1 made
thirteen speeches In thirteen districts
and we shall win every seat in those
districts. Laurier will have no more
than a corporal's guard of followers
throughout the Dominion." Alas'
when the election returns came in it
w.-.s found that in every district in
which Mr. Bowser had spoken a Liberal was returned.
On the evening of the recent meeting in this city Mr. Bowser made use
of the sam.- figure of speech In describing the results of his trip
through the Kootenays. "Boys." he
exclaimed In oratorical testacy. "I've
got 'em skinned, and after the 25th
I'll nail their hides on the back d ior
of my garage. I'll win every seat in
t ��� KoOti :.a>s." Not a word about
McBrlde. "I'm the greal Bowser,
the dreadnought (dry rot) of the Government. I did it all." McBride's
presenct i:i the contest is not even
recognized. Have a care. Mr. Bowser! Premier McBride will not tolerate a greater man than himself ir.
the Ministry. Remember the fate of
Tatlow. Fulton and Wilson, and give
your chief a little credit or you'll e'en
have to walk the plank soon.���Vancouver World.
was no mere memorandum of agreement about that deal, it was a duly executed contract by D. D Mann as
attorney for William Mackenzie and
by D. D. Mann for himself on the one
part and by J. H. Turner, then Premier, and D. M. Eberts. then attorney-
general, on behalf of the province,
on the other part. Notwithstanding
the hard aud fast nature of the contract. Mackenzie & Mann did not
build the line. Bearing this fact
in mind, what reason have the electors for placing Implicit trust in an
arrangement made by the Government with the defaulting contractors to build an even longer line of
railway in this province? The signed
contract failed to hold them to their
bargain; can it bt expected that a
one-sided memorandum of agreement
will be any more binding?���Inland
Sentinel.
come handv for the Government just
now.    however,    for  the  carriage of
votes.���Victoria Times.
ANCIENT WIDOW SUES
FOR  BREACH OF PROMISE
Montreal Gazette. November 12:
The British Columbia Government
and the Canadian Northern Railway
have made arrangements for putting
on the Pacific ocean a line of steamers to supplement the railway's work.
The railway is not likely to need the
steamers for a year or two yet for
carriage   of   its   freight.     Thev   mav
London. Nov. 21.���A man TS years
of age named Aldan Harpur was sued
in Dublin for alleged breach of promise by Julia Breen, a widow, aged
68 years.
Damages were laid at $5,000. Harpur denied that there was any engagement to marry, and counter-claimed for $1500 for a balance which he
stated was due by Mrs. Breen for
goods sold. Mrs. Breen's reply to this
was that for their mutual benefit she
supplied Harpur at his hotel with but-
ter. eggs. milk, potatotes, hay, etc.,
from her farm, and that lie in return
supplied her with groceries from his
shop.
Mr. Justice Dodd remarked that
there had been a good deal of kissing and hugging. Defendant, although
on pleasure bent, appeared shy of
matrimony.
The jury found for tho defendant
on the original action with costs, and
also awarded him $600 on the counterclaim.
COLDS
CURED  IN   ONE  DAY
Munyou's Cold Remedy Relieved the
head, throat and ^ungs almost linnioillnte-
ly. Checks Fevers, stops Discharges of
the nose, takes away all aches aud pains
caused by colds. It cures Grip and ob-
vtiDatc Coughs and prevents Pneumonia.
Price 25c. ,
Hav* you stiff or swollen joints, no matter how chronic? Ask your druggist for
Munyon's Rheumatism Remedy and see
how'qulcklT vou will lie cured.
If you have any kidney or bladder trou-
Me get Munvon's Kidney Remedy.
Munyon's "Vltallr.er makes weak mea
���trong and restores lost  powers.
British Columbia Government will
for most of Its length traverse a country in which thick settlement is Impossible, and in which existing trade
is small, and for half of it a country
already served bv the main line ofl
the C. P. R.
The line to be guaranteed by the
McBride Government has been built
across the prairies by the assistance
of the Federal Government, and the
! -leal assumption is that the same
assistance would be given for its completion to tlie coast if it were asked
j for.
To suppose the    Canadian    Parlia-
; ment would refuse to complete what
they have begun and have carried so
! far is altogether unwarantable.
Four years are considered necessary to construct the line with provincial aid.
The credit of the Dominion behind
tlie enterprise would certainly give
it as gi.od standing in the money mar-
kets as the backing of a single province, and would have enabled the
company to carry on work quite as
rapidly.
If the Premier is convinced that
tlie bargain is so good why ls he
afraid to give the province time to
consider it?
Why is he so anxious to get the
enormous mortgage on the province?
���Edmonton Bulletin.
Electors" of New Westminster:
HEAR
Sir Charles Hibbert
Tupper
AT
Imaged  By  the  Past.
Why   did   not   Mackenzie   &   Mann
build  the railway  from  Penticton  to
English  Bluff  which  they  contracted
to commence bv Mav S. 1909* There
Fears  Them   Both.
But does not the reader smile at
the brave suggestion that Premier
McBride should invite Sir Hibbert
Tupper to meet him on a public platform and uphold the negative side of
the proposition that the Government
railway policy is in the true interests
of the province? That is as big a
bluff as the point called Englishman's.
Premier     McBride,     notwithstanding \
the    maintenance   of   a   port which
gives the impression that "no one can
be as big as he looks." to paraphrase
a notable saying of the late Sir John i
Macdonald (who also affected to some j
extent the picturesque)��� the Premier i
knows his own limitations.     There is !
no  likelihood  of  his  blaring  forth  a GEORGE   E.   MARTIN. BARRISTER
St. Patrick's Hall
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE  & EDMONDS.  BARKIS-'
ters    and    solicitors.   Westminster
Trust Block.  Columbia street.   New
Westminster.    W.  J.  Whiteside,  H.
L, Edmccds.
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices.
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building. 413 Granville street, corner of
Hastings street.
Wednesday,
to be
ON
November 24.    Chair
taken at 8 P.M.
defiance to the Vancouver knight
John Oliver, plain Farmer John,
has already challenged Mr. McBride
to meet him on the public platform in
Victoria. The letter containing the
Liberal leader's challenge may bave
miscarried, of course, although'it was
registered tei insure delivery. Anyhow, no answer has been received.
The Premier will be too busy to pay
any attention to lt. He knows better than run the risk of making an
exhibition of himself as a debater. No
one ever heard ot him getting the
better of Mr. Oliver on the floor of
the Legislative Chamber���and as for
Sir Hibbert Tu; per���hut what is the
use?���Victoria Times.
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts.. New
Westminster. B. C.
Nominations Through
District.
Conservative.
Liber;
*".,
Only a Slight Error.
A British Columbia Tory organ declares that McBride's bargain with
Mackenzie & Mann comprises "a tirst
mortgage on the whole system of the
Canadian Northern." There must be
something wrong about this. Didn't
Sir James Whitney tell us that he
held for Ontario a first mortgage on
a part of the road in this province
as security for a guarantee? Moreover, does not the Manitoba Government claim to hold a flrst mortgage
on the part of the road ln that province. The McBrlde Government organ must try to do better than that.���
Hamilton  Times.
Just a Difference.
There is a vast difference between
the policy of guaranteeing railway
bands adopted by the Alberta Government and the policy embodied ln
Premier McBride's proposal to guarantee the bonds of the Canadian Northern. The Alberta Government
guarantees the bonds of branch lines
of railway. The British Columbia
Government proposes to guarantee
the bonds of a portion of the main
line of a transcontinental system.
Tho  line to be guaranteed  by the
!   Atlin    Young. Dr. H. E.  ...
|   Alberni Morgan.   Dr.   A.   D.
<   Cariboo iii   Callahan, Dr	
Eraser. J. A	
Chiiliwack    Cawley. S. A	
Comox Manson, W	
j   Cranbrook       Cavan.  T	
Cowichan     Hayward, W.  H.   ...
Columbia     Parsons.   II.   G.   ...
Delta    MacKenzie. F. J.  ...
Dewdney    .. Manson.  W.  J.   ...
Esquimalt     lleltncken. II.  D.   . .,
Fernie Ross, W. R	
Greenwood    laekson.  J.   R.   ...
Grand Forks Miller. E	
Islands McPhilllps, A. E. ...
Kamloops    Shaw, C. P	
Kaslo Mackay, N. P.  ...
Lillooet Bell, Jas	
Nanaimo Planta. A. E.
Newcastle    Stewart, J.
Nelson Wright,   Harry   ...
Okanagan    Ellison, P	
Revelstoke    Taylor,  T	
Richmond Cotton. F. L. C.  ...
Rossland Braden,  W.   R.   ...
Skeena Manson, M	
Saanlch Eberts,   D   M.   ...
Similkameen     ��� ��� Shatford. L. W.  ...
Slocan    Hunter, W	
Vancouver   (5)    Bowser.  W.  J.   ...
Macgowan. A. H. B.
McGuire, Dr	
Watson. H.  H.   ...
Tisdall. C. E	
Victoria (4)    McBride, R	
Davey, Fred	
Behnsen,  H.  F.  W.
Thomson. H. B.  ,..
Westminster Gifford, T	
Yale McBrlde, R	
Ymir    Schofleld, J. H.   ...
Kearns.   Thos.   .
Brewster. II, C.
Jones.   Harry
Yorston,  J.   M,   .
Munro,   C.   W.   .
Forrest, J. McK,
King. Dr. J. II.
Evans, J. x.  ...
Buch man, J. A. .
Oliver. John  .. .
Thompson.   A.   .
Jardine,   John   .
Fisher, A. I.
MacDonald, A. ..
Patterson, D. ...
Purvis. P	
Vasey, H, M.  ..,
Keen, J	
Eagleson, M. ...
Thomas. J	
Crease, E. A	
e  Deliart, F. R.   ...
Lindmark. E. F.  ..."..
Farris. J. W.  ...
English, Dr.  J.   .....
Kergen, W. T	
Brydon, T. S.  ...
Elimhurst,  K.  C	
Harris. J. C. (Lib. Ind.)
Wade, F. C	
Senkler, J. H. ...  ,'.. .
Campbell, J.   ...   ,
Macdonald. G. E.
Stables,  J.   _\.
Oliver, John ......  .','
Drury. R. _,	
Houston. W. K.  ......
Munn. H. a	
Johnston. J. J.   ..."
Henderson.   S	
out the Province.
 Other Parties. Late  Member.
 Young, Hon. ii. E. iCon.)   .
 Brewster,   H.   C.   (Lib.)    ..
 Jones, H.  (Lib.)   	
 Yorston, J. M.  (Lib.)	
 Munro, C. W.  (Lib.)   	
.  Duncan, W. (Con. Ind.)  ....Grunt, R.  (Con.)   	
 King, Dr. J. II. (Lib.)  ...   .'
. Cartwright. J.  (Soc.)    Hayward,  W.   H.   (Con.)   ..
 Parson, H. G. (Con.)	
 Oliver, J.   (Lib.)   	
 Manson, W. J. (Con.)  	
 lardine, W. J. (Lib.)	
.  Harrington, J.  (Soc.)    Ross,  W.  R.   (Con.)   	
Heatherton,   G.   (Soc.)   ....Naden, G.  R.  (Lib.)   	
.  Mclnnes. John (Soc.) Mclnnes,  J.   (Soc.)   	
 McPhilllps. A. E.   (Con.)   ..
 Fulton, F. J.  (Con.)  	
 Mackay, N. F. (Con.)	
 Eagleson.  M.   (Lib.)   	
Hawthornthwaite, J.  (Soc.) .Hawthornthwaite,   J.   (Soc.)
Williams,  P.   (Soc.)    Williams,  P.   (Soc.)   	
Mathewson, J.  (Soc.)    Hall, Dr. G. A. B.  (Lib.)   ..
Johnson, Jas. (Soc.)   Ellison, P. (Con.)	
Kempster, G.  H.   (Soc.)   ...Taylor,   T.   (Con.)    	
 Cotton, F. L. C.  (Con.)   ...
 Macdonald, J.  A.   (Lib.)   ...
 Kergin,   Dr.   (Lib.)   	
 Eberts, D. M. (Con.)	
 Shatford,  L.  W.   (Con.)   ...
Bennet. C. W. (Soc.)    Hunter,  W.   (Con.)   	
Kingsley, E. T. (Soc.) Bowser, W. J. (Con.)	
Mackenzie, W. M. (Soc.) ...Macgowan,  A.  H.  B.   (Con.)
McGregor, M. (Soc.)   Talow, K. G.  (Con.)   	
Garvey,   p.   (Soc.)    Garden, J. F.  (Con.)   	
Pettlpiece,  R.  P.   (Soc.)   ...McGuire, Dr.  (Con.)   	
Oliver, George (Soc.)   McBride,  R.   (Con.)   	
Morley, A. J.  (Ind.)    Davey. F. (Con.)   	
 Behnsen.  H.  F.  W.   (Con.)
 Thomson, H. B. (Con.) ...  ..
Dodd. W.  (Lab.)    Gifford, T. (Con.)  	
 Henderson, 8. (Lib.)   	
Oliver. A. M.  (Soc.)   Schofleld,  J.   H.   (Con.)   ...
Canadian Pacific Ray^
British Columbia Co
Service,
a�� Line
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER   V,CTOR1A   SE
ROUTE. E
S.S.  Princess  Victoria  ,..,Vf. .,
louver ll. p.m., goine   a       a VaQ'
le> daily eLp't'wednS; * Se"
S.S.   Charmer  leave,   vancouv,
���m., daily for Victoria
SS. Princess Chariot
���ouver,  io a.m.
or Victoria.
er 1
daily,
:'   '' ives V;,n.
' ������' :' Friday,
S.S. Trader wl eave Vletow. ,���.
New Wfestminct Victoria lor
new  Westminster every Tuesdav
Leaves New Westmin. t r ou Wed.
nesday. uu "ea"
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month tor Quatsino and wav
ports; twentieth of each month lop
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports. u
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO ROUTE.'
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m [ally ex.
cept Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m. '
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une '-a and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen   City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every t ,\ i weeks
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
From   New   Westminster    M itiday,
Wednesday and Friday at a a.m.
From Chiiliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
For   reservations   anl   Infoi  iation
call or address
ED.  GOUL
Agent, New v, :: ter
C.  B,  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agen    \  ".couver.
J. w   rn
General Superintend a    Victoria.
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweel
Chicago, London,
I       Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston, j
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW 5TORK ano
PHILADELPHIA, via Wiagara Falls.]
For Tims Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket]
Agent, 135 Adams St.. ChJOtfO.IlL
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU 0VE8|
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.      lXD-
i Embodies the newest an!    est iJea*
Itor   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, anj
LUXURY.     It U   lighted  witb bottt
electricity and gas; the m ^
ly Illuminated train in the ��� '���'��� "^
equipment oonslsti of pr'.vut- impart-
ment cars, standard 16 secti.m sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cars (seats free), modem W
coaches and buffet, library and -m<*
lag cars.
For  Time  Tables.  FoUe:-. or tiny
torther information call on or WflM
F. W. PARKER,
710 Second Avenue, Settle. Wa'h-
"The Mflwaukee"
-Th.  Pioneer Limited,"    St.  Paul   ���
Chlcaflo, "Short   Lln.."  Omaha'
Chicago,    "South    West    L.ml����"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains in  the service  en   any
railroad  in  the  work! that  equal
Mil-
The>'
equipment  that  of  the  Chie*|0
wauhee & St.  Paul RiUwW .
own  and operate their own ����� v
and dining oar. on all their t��:nswf
give their  patrons an excellent*
service not obtainable elsewhei*.
H. 8. ROWE. O-n-ral Ag    '
134 Third St. cor. Ald.r Po"l��nJ' i^'iY
|0NDAV, NOVEMBER 22, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE   ELEVEN.'
VOTE FOR
ALDEt
AN JOHNSTON
New Westminster's 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
wili see that she gets it.
Support the railway policy of John
Oliver, 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.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER
Something
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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 US, AND WE
WANT IT TO BE A NEW
LINE   WITH   YOU.
REMEMBER THAT ALL
GOODS WELL BOUGHT
ARE  HALF SOLD.
City News
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Come in and look
around. That is
what this store is
for.
MO-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants  or adults.
T. A.
8 CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
��� THE ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO.  ADAMS,   Prop.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Residence
Fine; modern house and large
on Agnes street. Best of view,
quick sale, $5000.     Easy terms.
lot
for
LIST YOUR   PROPERTY WITH
W. H. NESBITT ft SON
Phone 596
650 COLUMBIA ST.
Young Man, Young Woman! MERRITHEW _ RAMSAY
Do you know that your present employer expects you to lit yourself for
a better position than you are now
holding, or else you are worth no
more to him after having worked
three years, than you were at the
���start. The best move for you is to
attend tlie Westminster Modern Business School. That's what many are
doing.
Both day and evening session. Address
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
English Watchmaker
The    Junior    Royal     Templars of
Temperance   will   hold     a   drill   this .
evening at which all are particularly
requested to be present.
For flrst-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse. R20S. **
Why  pay  $5.00 for  a   rug at  your i
door when you can buy the same for
$3.00 at Denny    &    Galloway, house
furnishers, 43 Sixth street.
The regular monthly meeting of the
\V. C. T. U. wlll be held this after-
noon commencing at half-past two In ,
the old Odd Fellows' hall. All members are requested to be present as
matters pertaininf to civic affairs are
to come before the meeting.
The  steamer  Transfer   will  hereafter  leave   the   Brackman-Ker    wharf \
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at  2 u'clock ln  the afternoon I
Instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning I
,on the following morning.      On Sat-1
urday she will make an extra return
jtrip arriving in the city In the even-
lng. Trips wil] be made to Steves
ton as the business warrants. ���*
The Ladies' Aid of St.  Mary's hos-'
pital met on Saturday afternoon and 11
made  final    arrangements    for their
country   fair,  to  be  held   in   St.  Pat- \
rick's hall Thursday, December 2nd.
Order your bulbs for Spri__>i flowers now from Davies, Greenhouse,
telephone   B20S. 251-tf
Your box in a safety deposit vault
is a private affair. Xo oue has access
to it but yourself.      And  besides, it !
is   safe and    that   is   a factor worth
something to    you.      Then    it    costs
only a small sum to rent one of these i
boxes, a surprisingly small sum.   Let !
us tell you about it.    Dominion Trust
6o., Ltd.,    T.  R.    Pearson,  manager, j
Xew Westminster branch. 228-4
A  meeting of the residents of Co-'
quitlam will be held in the Municipal |
Hall,    Westminster     Junction,    this
evening for  the purpose  of listening :
to an  address on    tne Local  Opt'.on
question  by a speaker from  Vancouver.
Five    pigs,    two    black    and three
white, by    Sing Lee,    Douglas street. 11
Finder notify  Kwong On Wo and re-
ceive reward of $1 apiece.
Rev.   R.   Lennie.  secretary  of    the ; |
school   board,   has   been   confined   to!
the hous suffering from grip for the j [
last  few days.      He hopes, however, j
to be about  again shortly.
A small boy ten years of age returned to his home yesterday after a
long search had failed to locate him.
and liis parents had spent a night ol
anxiety on his behalf. The city police were appealed to when search
failed. TIk- boy had no reason to givt
for staying out. staling that he spent
the night in a cellar.
Special for today, Chrysanthemums
by the hundreds at Tidy's florist
store, 737 Columbia.      Phone L1M.
In Vancouver this afternoon the inquest iuto the causes of the Lak< ���
wreck, will be resumed at the police
court. The inquest was delayed
from last Monday on account of the
sickness of one of the jurors. Mr.
Clapp, but enquiries yesterday elicited the information that he would be
in attendance today and that the inquest would go forward without Interruption from tills cause.
The new steamer under consi ruction for the Royal City Navigation
Company is still wanting for a name.
the manager having been notified
from Ottawa that there is already a
vessel flying the Canadian flag which
bears the name of Prince Royal. Now
another batch of names is being prepared and not until these have been
passed upon will the new boat receive a cognomen. Word has been
received that ber boiler will be
shipped in a few days from the factory, and that it should arrive In
about three weeks.
Some Pleasing Surprises in
Leather Bags
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If  you  haven't  a  Savings Account.
NOW is the best time to start one.
Gold Watcaes for Ladi. s from $12.75
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open    case.
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and      Klgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Paid  up Capital  Stock.   ...$ 4.914.000
Reserve Fund $ 5.614.000
Total  Assets    $61,046,000
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F.  SHUTE.   Manager.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   trom   Geo. Adam;   Grocer
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
Ihe Westminster Trusts Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
DECLARATION   OF   DIVIDEND.
Notice ls herebv given that a dividend of FIVE PER CENT.,
being at the rate of TEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM, upon the paid
up Capital Stock of this Company, has been declared for the six
months ending October 31st, U'OO, and the same will be payable at
the Head Office of the Company, 28 Lorne street, this city, on and
after the 15th day of Novembernext, to shareholders of record at the
close of business on October 31st, 1903.
By order of the board, F. J. HART,
Managing Director.
New Westminster, B. C, November 13th, 1909.
,'���    a
W. J. Robertson, one of the delegates at thp recent trustees' convention at Chiiliwack. from Medicine
Hat, Alberta, was a guest at the ho ..
of J. c. Loree on Fifth avenu,. yesterday. He lelt for Vancouvei
night.
Donald Austin of Co|tiitlam. fai
of W. R. Austin, ls at pres' nt  undergoing treatment at Lie Roya; r
blan  hospital.      Mr.  Austin,  who la
now eighty-nine years of agi    -
ed a general breakdown recently.
Dr. J. T. and Dr. Grace Atkinson
have opened up offices in the D ia
ion  Trust  block for the   practi      of
Osteopathy.
WE COLLECT RENTALS
And 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
businesses ln the province. It |8 the
result of service which PROVES to
property owners that our administration of their affairs Is a BOUrce of
PROFIT and not  EXPENSE.
and Belt
s
WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE-ONE OF THE LATEST
CONCEITS IN BAGS,���A SMART PURSE OR A PRETTY
BELT? THIS IS THE STORE FOR THEM-IF YOU
WANT THE NEWEST, MOST MODISH AND BEST
WITHOUT PAYING    THE  MOST.
WE PAY STRICT ATTENTION TO THESE ARTI-
CLES���WE WATCH FOR NEW THINGS���WE DODGE
THE UNWORTHY AND ARE EVEN MAKING PURCHASES THAT WOULD ENCOURAGE SOME STORES TO AN
NOUNCE  A "GREAT    SPECIAL  SELLING."
PUT THESE FEW FACTS TOGETHER AND YOU
HAVE THE REASON FOR THE POPULARITY OF THIS
DEPARTMENT IN OUR STORE. YOU ARE ALWAYS
READY FOR BUYIN G "SNAPS" LIKE THESE. A FEW
INTERESTING      SPECIALS:
Elegant One-Piece Dresses in Black, Navy,
Taupe, Myrtle and Cardinal.
BLACK PANAMA in the new Moyen age style, strapped and piped witn black moire,
design on front panel and sleeve ln rat tail braiding, finished with fancy   jet   and    braid ornament
Each $22.50
CARDIXAL, ALSO BLACK PANAMA, long walsted effect, made to fasten down left side und
wide band of black and gold braid, overlapped witli pointed tabs and jet buttons $23.75
TAUPE, ALSO XAVY BLUE shadow Btrlped Venetian Cloth,  made  with    fancy    braid. |
and  trimmed with  Ottoman  silk and soutache braid to match;   jet  buttons,  close  fitting,  \".
sleeve, each    $25.00
Smart New
Millinery
$4 95
One dozen only. Women's
nnd Misses' Colored Felt
Hats trimmed with feathers,
flowers and velvets, all the
newest shades. Regular (6.50
to $8.50. Today only   ..$4.95
Seven only. GREBE TURBANS. Regular $6.50. Today
only    $4.95
ASK TO SEE THEM
Just inside the door.
10 dozen only Women's Umbrellas, very pretty handles,
plain and fancy gloria covers. Price each $1.50
5 doz. only Men's Umbrellas, heavy twill covers, self
oponois, natural wood handles. Price, each only .  $1.25
Children's School Umbrellas, strong natural wood
handles, extra quality sateen covers. Price each  -75c
Many styles in better
grade umbrellas, very band-
BOme handles of pearl. German silver gold plated, gun
metal natural wood, with
pure silk and silk and wool
coverings. Price $3 to $17.50
Come in and inspect our
new Window Draperies. We
want you to see them. Use
in place of madras muslins,
In all colors and printed on
both sides, with bordered
edges. Price, yd., only...40c
Unusual Value
in Linens,
Quilts, Draperies, Etc.
The store for house
furnishings.
TWO DOZEN ONLY,
Quilts, fringed and hemmed
three quarter and double
hed size, colors of white.
blue and white, yellow and
white, red and white, navy
and white, etc., for the balance of this week. Regular
prices $1.10 and $1.25. Week
end   price    90c
4 dozen only PILLOW
SLIPS, regular size and
hemmed good English cotton; regular 20 cents each.
Week end price each ...15c
We make a specialty of
carrying large size Quilts.
Comforters, Blankets, etc.,
thus we have on display bedding    of    every    description
and  acceptable for the  present cold snap:
7_!.\TS   . . .   .$3.00 and $3.25
72x72  ..   . .$2.25 and $2.50
6(;.\T_! $2.25 to  $3.75
60x72. .  . .$1.50 up to $3.75
Greatly reduced prices on
all drawn work and Batten-
berg linens this week in the
housefurnishing   department.
Complete new stock of
Cushion Cords, Girdles, Denims,  Burlaps, etc.
Snaps in Short
Ends of Table
Linens
We have left over
ber of short end ���
ed table   damask,   running
from  2  to  4   1-2.      Regu
prices of these linens from
90c to $1.50 per yard      To
clear  we  have reduci _ the
prices   this   week   onlj
yard 75c to $1.25
Special prices on T .
NAPKINS, good 3-4
pure bleached assorii .1 patterns. Good for everj day
use. Will help save y��ur
better napkins. Weak end
price, each     10c
Just Arrived
Direct From
New York
Shipment of Lealh' :
from  8 inches to  18 inchi -
in   length   with   doubli
single  bottoms,  leathi r and
silk  lined  with coin  P i
Come   in   seal,   goal,
tor.   mocha   and   enan
leathers with black, oxl
and gold trimmings, "
leather   strap   handles
Prices 45c   up  to   $7.a0
SEE       OUR SPECIAL
LINES   AT   $2.00   and   $2.3��
More   arrivals    in   elastl
hells    In    colors  of    I
naw,    white,    brown,   |
sky." cardinal,    green,  plain
and   fancy   elastics  of    ,:''
new    dresden    design, very
latest   buckles    of    jet,  t'ut
steel, gold, gun metal.
Prices 35c up to $1-50
Handsome showing ol
smart jet jewelry. Dutch
collar pins, belt buckles,
barrettes hat pins combs,
Psyche  pins.
(Just   Inside   the   Door.)
ESTABLISHED.
1891
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