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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
"EW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
yOLUM
f_ 4. NUMBER 266.
iii SOLID
m ouver POLICIES
Candidate Johnston Receives
Stirring Welcome at St.
Barnabas Hall.
k rousing meeting in the interests
.1liberal candidate, Alderman J.
<���;;;, last  nighl  In
J01J ,    1;a���.   on   Ten,,,
fei , P. McConnell, of
i, 8���turdaj E ' Gordon ('.rant ot
K ,   oai   Candidate Johnston,
W**_ . and   their   hearers
��,ell repaid tor turning out by
, :,;, oi the best speeches the
1   en   campaingn  has produced
W   McAdam called   the
cl.i   at   8   o'clock,   and
complimentary   remarks
ite .ailed on J.   P.
NO MORE SHUNTING
IN FRONT OF MARKET
LIFE     I
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85,
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IT.  1909,
TWELVE PAG!
NEW SHINGLE MILL
WILL OPEN SOON
IMPLICATED HERSELF
WHILE HYPNOTISED
Great   Northern   Railway   Accedes   to
City's   Demands on  Several
Points.
Chairman
meeiiiiK '    '   :
lifter ii few
[bout the
fccConnell
j. p. McConnell.
Mr McConnell said that he was not
in orator, bul that be was well ae-
Linti'ii with the country affected by
L railway policies of both parties
ll 'elt that Ms views might be. of
Lie Inter, I i the electors. First
H he thought that the men ol
Westminster had made a good
Inholce In thi ii candidate because he
Lj follov nie ol lacrosse and
Lw vrherevei the great game was
f���.'.,, en were produced.
fl;,. Bpeaki produced a map show-
_u the railwaj    situation in British
A. J. ONeil, of Seattle,  representing the Great Northern Railwaj Co.,
was   in   the   city   Vest.id.i,   an." prai
tlcally agreed    to cany  'out  all the
Improvements asked  by  the  council
in the morning Mayoi Keary wenl
over the ground with the visitor and
explained in detail whal was "
quired. Mr. o'Neii agii ed thai the
city's demands wen. ver; reus.ma1 i
and informed the mayo; tl,,.; they
would be acceded to withoul delay.
He slated that negotiations were under way with the C. P, 1!. i have all
the switching done al tb foot of
Begbie street instead ol i: front of
the market as Is the case at present.
He stated that the company would
start fixing up Its tracks at cince and
would fill in the space between the
two tracks according to the wishes of
the city.
The company also will build a four
or five foot walk from near the bridge
to the siation, to replace the two-
plank walk which is there at present.
These various Improvements will
give Front street a much better appearance than it has at  pres. nt.
Westminster Shingle Co.'s
Plant Now All Ready For
Operation.
Prisoner For Murder Confesses While Under In-
ilueuce of Self Suggestion.
Colum!'
Idenomi' i
said, was
be poll
li ���
Britisli Columbia,  whil
fey. in all iie  aspi e'ts
proceeded from that to
ide policy, which.
bristling   With   delects,
any ol its aspects, was
the   developine.il   nl
Oliver's   polls conducive
lo lhat i   >' thing       He pointed out
|hai whil" the    government   claimed
redli -    assisting the construe-
i of thi -   Vallej  road, ii was
facl  subsidized some
and  the  present   partj   In
U transferred    a  bonus
which which they were compelled to
i.. event, to the  holders of
J;., ol   the  Midway   and   Ver-
lion Rallw s      John Oliver was also
ifavor ol building this mad.     Bul
lis had   e ed  that   thai   was the
1... far as    subsidies were
In thai    if    returned to
|fOi.. no '    re would be granted.
Is  Barren  Territory.
Mr. McConnell told of a trip he had
iia te take through the countrj
I . ;,;   and the Yellow
J. e.n being told by pros-
|;. he would nol be aide to
I get horsi  d ��� .1   there    he bad aban-
.: The    country    was  verj
I rocky and  unproductive;   it   was  the
Itorj opened up bj  tl"'
I Mi aad ll  would no;  be of
I n h use to the province,
The Rich Simiikameen.
i traveled    through the
[country on horseback and on foot and
knew thai n was a different proposition.    Thi    country    between Kere-
��� boundary was the lineal
fruit growing    be    had    evei   se. n.
were  10,000 acres there avail-
��ble for   Irrigation    and  cultivation.
which wai   absolutely  shut  ofl  from
NVm. W.siminster and Vancouver by
>. ol    railwaj   facilities.     At
H> eli.., there was a' mine employing
���: ien, and hall a dozen prospects
thai had nol yel heen worked.
There were Immense coal mines at
Princeton and at Similkameen, and
'"I'I'm minteB at Similkameen and
C&nd} Mountain. The products ol
nil these Industi les at preseni go
Sllll,i. to Spokane and will continue
"J11" bo li there is no connecting link
"' failwaj bulli between Hope and
'"���'bv   y   &   E   mad.
gold   at Granite creek
al"i all kinds ol coal a little north of
wi    lost iii the Canadian
��ag| markets for the lack of a con-
link of rails 87  miles long.
ei   thai    al  preseni  Nicola
nol   compete   with   Nanaimo,
"ti   accounl    or    the    freight
1 ���'" lohn Oliver's proposed
'"'iii ii would bring Nicola
f lnl1,    in ei, i   to  Vancouver.      The
Penticton would be L33
1    in   New   Westminster
low une,
Grade Not Impossible.
HIM   had   made   II,e   grade   the
'o   nol extending the V.  V.
the Hope Mountains,
18 ;i matter of facl the grade was
than ii  was on parts of
ady in operation.     His
...'.''! " son tor nol extending the line
Revolt in Ecuador Now.
Guayaquil,   Ecuador,    Nov.  ll
official bulletin issued yesterday st
that Colonel Thomas Lairea, a fi
er secretary of war, appeared at
head Of a hand of rebels of Santa
in the province of Maliaba and
gaged in a skirmish wiih the g"V
ment troops, during which Larrea
two other rebels were kill il.
other followers of Larrea were
persed.
An
at  a-
inn-
the
An ,
eli-
ern-
and
The
dis-
PORTLAND POLICE
FACL INVESTIGATION
The new shingle mill, which for
senile time has been under construction on Lulu island, a short distance
down the North Ann. is no completed with the exception of a few
Hilling details and li is the Intention of the management to commence
operations as soon as circumstances
will permit.
Channel   Closed.
The chief delay at the present time
is the closing of the North Arm channel, which pr, vents the mill from obtaining the quantity of shingle bolts
required Iron up the river, and It is
anticipated thai the mill will commence work as soon as the bridge is
ready for opt ration and the channel
is clear.
The Westn inster Shingle Mill will
have a capacity of 160,000 a day. The
plant consists of a 200-horsepower
compound Atlas engine, operating six
shingle machines. Throughout, the
greatest care has been taken in arrangement and in providing labor-
soving devices. The bolts will be
cut Into shingle lengths by a machine
operated by a separate engine, and it
is expected thai one man. with this
machine, will be able to keep the mill
supplied. The blocks are conveyed
tn the saws automatically, and the
bundles removed automatically.
Offices Ready.
An offlce in connection with the mill
has been buill on Lulu Island road.
a short distance away. There the
manager, C. .1. Cutler, make bis
headquarters. The other officials of
the company are i',. \V. Beech, presi-
dent; VV. Batley, vice-president; both
nf  Seattle.
The mill is now in the market for
shingle  bolls.
Tacoma,   Nov.   16.���That   Mrs.   Mar-
tena  Kvalshaug was    self-hypnotized
by  the sight  of    the    revolver  with
which ber husband, Martin Kvalshaug
was killed, an.l while in tlie hypnotic
trance  was  easily  led  b.v  the officers
to    confess    herself     a    murderess,
through suggestion, is the spectacular
ami unprecedented    defence    brought
.Into court by Attorney Kelley to clear
, the  woman  of guilt. The new   feature
1 Is  a  greal   surprise  to  the  state's  attorneys.
Experts   Support   Case.
Bolstering up the hypothesis arc
{opinions of Prof. liug.> Munsterberg,
psychologist of Harvard university,
whose name is known all over the
world: Ur. H. C. Stei ens, professor of
[psychology of the University of Washington, and a disciple of Munsterberg; Dr. W. N. Keller, o.' Tacoma:
Dr. Williamson, of Portland, an alienist, well known all over Hie Northwest, and   Ur.  Howell  of  McKenna.
At midnight last night, while under
the hypnotic Influence of Dr. Stevens.
Mrs. Kvalshaug, according to statements made hy Otis M. Johnson, her
attorney and others, made a statement nearly 10,000 words long, giving
In minute detail her life story from
the first  lime    she    met    Charles P.
(.Continued   on   Page   Four).
Judge   in     Oregon    Capital     Declares
That the  Force  Aided  Operations
of Criminal Band.
Portland, Nov. 16.���Declaring from
tli,. bench in up, a coun thai he had
Irrefutable evidence that an organized gang ol criminals, embracing
everything from Bneak thieves to
bunco men. were operating in Portland under the protection of "certain
persons" whom le' Inti cati d were
members of the poll,,, detective bureau, and announcing bis Intention "'
laying ilie matter before the grand
jury for Immediate investigation, Police Judge Frank Bennett creati d a
tremendous Bensation in ihe municipal Couri  yesierday.
The magistrate did not mince words
in handling liis subject and even
went so far as lo state he would be
prepared to furnish Within a lew days
the nanus ami addresses of the men
who are said to be responsible lor th''
Immunity from arrest accorded the
criminals.
The sensational utterances of Judge
Bennett occurred upon the conclusion
of the case of Frank Watson, arrested
for swindling Emery Hun n, a Nevada
miner, out of (600 in a fake racing
game. Owing lo the alleged action
of Watson's confederates iu spiriting
Buren OUl of the Stale, lhe city decided to prosecute a vagrancy charge
againsi the prisoner at tlie time of
his arrest, as au indictment for felony
uld  hardly he expected without  the
witness.
A meeting of the Needlework Guild
of the Altai Seeai tj of Sl Peter's
church will be held at the ri sid. nce
of Mis. a. I.. Lavery tomorrow afternoon from 2 until 5. ah members
are invited.
Hot Contest in Ottawa.
Ottawa,   Nov.  16.���In    the  coming
I by-election following Uie resignation
of Sir Wilfrid Laurier of the Ottawa
| seat, tii r wi.l I ��� a contest, owing
to tlie difficulties iu settll ig the various   claims   for    candidature.     'I'he
| Conservatives are not going to place
a   Btandard-bearer   in   the   field,   bui
. Mr. .1. A. Ellis, city treasurer ami ex-
j mayor will run as an Independent
Conservative,    llis   organizing     will
1 make him a strong candidate,
Chamberlin, the jeweler, installed
two lame new show cases yesterday
in his store on Columbia Btreet.
'���milil
wlelj
nni,
MCCUSI
4 E
imi
tin
the llm
and n���t
intending to extend It  was
an'.:i" lhl" i'e was already getting
'ii" I.., iness    from    that  country
'���";" jvei bis ���wi, lines to Spokane,
""'' ii.ui nothing to gain by providing
a sorter haul,
then    referred  to the
said that if  the gov-
dealing with Slacken*
u
cou
testimony of the complaining
Judge   Bennett   declared   thai the
gang of thieves ami confidence men
who have invaded Portland operate,!
a! Seattle throughout the exposition
period   and     cleaned     up   J110.000   or
more through various methods known
to  their  class.
Opposition Rally in Support
oi'
il iMnro.M
N J. J.
AT
Liberal Association Club Rooms
(Upstairs,  Daily   News   Block.)
THIS   EVENING.
COME ONE, COME ALL.
POPE PIUS OBSERVES
EPISCOPAL JUBILEE
Congratulations   Pour   Into    Vatican-
Rumored That Mgr. Falconio Will
Be Created Cardinal.
., ' "   ipeaker
JN. u.     He
"omeni wen
_ '"fl Mann t
icy would be dealing
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4 ���
'* Ra|ly to the Flag. ���
* (In. " Ul"'''"l should do his ���
^ ! ">' ."nl call at the committee ���
^ "ms to render all assistance ���
^ ' "'* power toward the aboli- ���
* ' '"   "r   'oils on    the Fraser ���
* J"'1 bridge, and against the ���
I .'"nieiion  ���f
J JJP-POO.OOO    by
a     liability  or    ���
the     120,0(10   ���
4 ,.'.'k"o men In British Colum-   ���
������������
***************
with responsible parties, but aa thej
were dealing with the C. N. R-, it
would be well to Inquire into the condition of thai road.     Mackenzie and
Mann  were  not    the    C.  N.  IM   tnej
were   luerelv   the   builders   ot   the   U
N. R, who had piled up vast fortunes
by contracting tor the road. rnej
did not invest any more hard cash ���
the C. N. U. than was required to
keep the scheme above water.
The C. N. U.. sain Mr. McConnell,
operates something like 2860 miles <'
,,,ad  west   of Port  Arthur, am   yet��
caila itself a transcontinentalI Hne.
[ta maximum grade on the prairies ij
one per cent, aad the speed of its
freight trains ls 15 miles an houi. "
owns 61 of Its 262 toownogwj, toe
others being leased, and eig   - nin;*s
of Its cars are owned hy Other _COrp��
rations. It is this concern '.,��*,
Mi Columbia Is asked to gii.Uuntee
to the extent of Mr.."i.n,000.
No Benefit to Province.
The speaker said.that J�� ^R
doubt that Vancouvei    weuo
some benefil  from <"',.    ^    "f,user
if It came down the PJOPO
Valley   route,  bn.  none < * ����
points in the provi ice wo, d  n
better off than befori      ' '
���Ity of having it eome  I" "
Her river was DOl apparenl  10
Gordon Grant.
���      .     ,-,f    Vancouver, the
Gordon Grant.   Of   vanc
next  speaker,  said
Home, Nov. 16.���Today is the episcopal   jubilee   of     Pope   PiUS   X..   Ull'l
many messages of congratulation and
good will, including several from
America, reached the Vatican.
Tbe   Dope   celebrated   mass  in   tbe
private chapel, admitting only hia sisters from Venice, with whom he afterward breakfasted. Later In the
dav he received the officials of the
Vatican, and to these the pontiff
showed the gold praetorial cross
which was given him by Pope Leo
in 1883, upon the occasion of bis n|>-
polntment as bishop of Mantua.
The rumor Is persistent  that   Mg��
Falconio will be created a cardinal. ��
Is reported he will be replaced as
apostolic delegate at Washington oy
Mgr. Aglus, now apostolic delegate w
Manila; Mgr, Eversa, apostolic delegate to Cuba, or Mgr. Stagnl, arcn
bishop of Aquila, who lived many
years in America.
WILL PUT AN END
TO SIBERIAN BOKKORS
Russian  Government  Decides to  Abol
ish  Rigorous Treatment of Political   Prisoners.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 16,���It is slated that Ihere is to be au end shortly
of the honors of (Siberian exile. According in the proposition of the Minister of Justice, hard labor in the
mines and lifelong exile are to be
abolished. These penallies will be
Struck out of the penal code. Houses
of correction are to be created ill the
chief Russian towns Instead. The
Idea is thai more colonists will he
attracted to Siberia, and that there
will be greater extension of Russian
and   foreign   entlerprise   Ihere   If   the
odium attaching to the place of exile
of myriads Of Russians Is removed.
Where Words Mean Money.
New York, Nov. 16.���One dollar
and twenty cents a word Is the ��KU'_
which it Is believed Commander rewy
will get from Hampton's Mflga;''"e
for the exclusive rights to the story.
The book will later be published oy
the Frederick A. Stokes Co. Form;^
President Roosevelt receives only one
dollar a word for his South African
story.
Martial   Law   In   Argenina.
Buenos aIivh, Nov.  16.���Presldenl
Alcorla has IhsiioiI a decree proclaiming martial law throughout the country for sixty days, owing to spread
of anarohistic propaganda, which
reached lis clln ax in the assassination of Honor Falcon, the chief of
police, and his Secretary, The government Is drafting measures with a
view to further selection in the matter of Immigration nnd for the surveillance of suspects. Tbe police
assert that tbe Falcon outrage was
part of a vast anarchistic plot.
Government Supporters Meet.
The supporters of Thomas Clifford
held a rally in the Conservative club
rooms last evening. Speeches were
delivered by the candidate, by F. O-
T. Lucas of Vancouver, and several
other gentlemen.
TKAFFIC UNINTERRUPTED
ON LULU ISLANO GRIDOE
New    Causeway  Will   Be    Completed
Before  Present One  Is Destroyed
���No Break in Water Service.
Mayor Keary and Aldermen Henley, .lardine and Adams, paiu a visil
io the Lulu island bridge yesterdaj
and went over the work with Kngtn-
eer Burwell of the International t mi-
tract Company.
The lasl spall of 111 ' great steel
bridge was being moved into position.
Tbe old bridge is still open for traffic but the swing cannot now be opened on account ol the new span, so
thai no large boats will be able to gel
through for two oi  lln v weeks.
It was decided to remove the old
swing span lo an honored position
on the north hank of the river until
such time as lt could be disposed of
to advantage. Its Intrinsic value is
not. greai. but there is considerable
old Iron In lt. which wlll fetch something.
The south approach u> the new
bridge will probably be fixed up with
some portions of the old one as there
Is only a short length of twenty or
thirty feet which has to be filled In.
The water pipes will run under the
traffic walk on the new bridge, the
pipes being submerged to pass the
swing span, li will not be necessarj
to cut off the supply of water from
the ol'd line until the new one is completed.
Engineer Burwell slated that his
work would probably be completed lu
a month. The last span was Boated
down the river on scows yesterday,
and will be placed in position today.
There will be considerable riveting
and painting to do and the machiueiw
for the swing is mu yet in position.
but il is expected that it will be In
working order in  two weeks.
PREFERENTIAL TRAOE
FAVORED FOR AUSTRHLIA
Sir Albert  Spicer  Declares  Antipodes
Should Not Play With
Protection.
Victoria. Nov. K.���Steamship Ma-
i.ura. oi the Canadian- Vu -ualian line,
which reached pm, this morning from
Aus ...lia. Fiji and Hawaii, broughl
among her passengers Sir Albert Spicer, cliairn.au of the receni congress
of chambers of commerce of the British Empire held at Sydney, and three
British and three Canadian delegates.
Sir Alberl Spicer said the congress
adopted a resolution favoring preferential  trade  wilhin  the empire.
lie w,,s a freetrader, holding that
the   country,     which     produced   large
quantities of foodstuffs could not play
with protection, Protection, however, bad a very strong hoTd on A,ls-
tralia.
News was brought b.v the Makura
that a new steamship is to replace the
Aorangi which will make bul one
more trip.
���������������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� Lords and Budget.      ���
��� London.  Nov.  Ilk���In the ���
��� House    of    Lords  today   Lord    ���
��� Lansdowne gave noiice of   a   ���
��� resolution declining to pass the    ���
��� finance hill    until    the country   ���
��� has been lirst  consulted. ���
��� ���
���������������������������������������������������������
F. C. WADE EXPOSES
GOVERNMENT GRAFT
Discovers Secret Order-in-
Council Giving Away Fruit
Land at One-Twelfth Cost
Nelson. B, C, Nov. Id.���"Hack Mc-
Bride in bis light for the Indian
lands.'' Such, in part is the legend
to he seen on hoardings all ov, i tbe
province, and among those. possibJy
numerous, people, who have good reason to "back McBrlde" is a. \v. Lang
of Peachland, B. C, formerly pre*
dent of the Conservative association
in that district. Mr. Lang. In fact,
has 3238 reasons for "hacking M^
Bride," each of them consisting of an
acre of Indian land which, at the very
moderate price of $2.60 an acre, will
be bis if the Premier wins his fight
against the Dominion government for
the reversionary rights in Indian
lands throughout the province.
$2.50 An Acre.
To put ll plainly, Indian lands are
being disposed of to government favorites at $2.60 an acre by secret order
ill council ln anticipation of a decision
of the courts vesting the reversionary
rights in the province Instead Of the
Dominion. Such an order is the following, signed while the legislative
assembly was In session, but not con*.
uiunicated to that body, and not published until Mr. F. C, Wade read it
to the astounded audience which
crowded the opera house here last
night:
The Order In Council.
I Copy.)
314,673.
A. Campbell Reddle,   Deputy   Clerk,
Executive  (.'ouncil,    the  Govern-
men,  of the Province oi  Uritis-i
Columbia,
Certified copy of a report of a com"
initiee of the Honorable the  Kvcu-
tive Council, approved by His Honor
the Lieutenant-Governor on the bird
day ol   February,  A.H.,  1909,
To   llis   Honor  the   Lieutenant-Hover-
nor-in-Council.
The undersigned has the honor to
report:
That A. \v. Lang, of Peachland,
has made application under the provisions of Section so of the Land Act
for a quit claim of the reversionary
rights of the Province of British Columbia in the lauds embraced in lhe
Okanagan   Indian   ueserves.   Nos. I
and   10,   situated   on   the   west   shore
of Okanagan Lake. Osoyooi division
of  Vale district, and  containing, ��
Bpectively, -H'.s and sun acres.
Ami to recommend thai quit claim
gram  be issued lo W. A. Lang of the
reversionary rights of the province of
British Columbia in the above-described lands upon payment therefor
ai the rate of $2.60 per acre and
crown grant tee of $-!o. anl that *
certified copy of this minute be fe
sued  to the said   VV.  A.  Lang.
Haled this 20th day of I-', binary.
AIL,  1909.
(Sgd.I FRED .1. FULTON,
Chief Commissioner of Lands.
Approved this '..uth day of February,
AH.. 1909.
iSgd.) RICHARD Mcl.UlDK,
Presiding Member of the Executive
Council.
Arc Choice Lands.
Apparently, as Mr. Wade pointed
out, one of the objects of "McBrfds
in his light for Indian lands.'' Is to
secure to Mr. A, \V. Lung a nice fat
slice   of   territory   al   $2.60   an   i"'n\
plus $_!(!, plus II little motley to settle With the Indians, the total outlaj
being estimated at 118,000, Lauds in
the same neighborhood sell for orchard purposes at from $!Um to %t0*
an acre, and these Indian lands are
the  very  choicest.
ALL HOPE ABANDONED
FOR   IMPRISONED   MINERS
Cherry.  III..  Nov.  16.���Sheriff    Sko
glim,I   late   today   asked   tiov     Helicon
for troops to guard the si. Paul mine,
Thai   all  men  in  the min i  now are
dead   Is   positive     and  Ihe   BUthorltil t
fe-ir rioting when ihis becomes
known, at least when the removal Of
the lii -lies begins,
"The sheriff now Is al Ladd. telegraphing the governor." said Slate's
Attorney Kckhail." VVe want the
troops at once. That's nil there is
to  it.       We  will   lake  ll'i  chances."
Cherry, in.. Nov. 18.���Further efforts to enter the Bt, Paul coal mine,
where aboul 800 men are entombed,
were abandoned ul 1 O'clock this afternoon. George B. Rice, chief of
the field work of the United States
geological survey, announced this decision after un Inspection of lhe
mouth.
WANTS  MUCH  WATER.
Lockjaw From  Dirty  Teeth.
London, Nov. If..���Both the house
Burgeon at the hospital and the coroner said at an inquest at Southwark
on Tuesday that a case of lockjaw
wns probably due to neglect of teeth.
The lnnuest was held on the body of
Lucy Alamb, aged forty-one years, the
wife of a hawker living in Abbey
street, Bermondsey.
The Coroner���"That shows the importance when persons have decayed
teeth going to the dentist, otherwise
they  may  have lockjaw.
Dr. Johnson Insisted that It was
more likely the teeth were responsible for the lockjaw, aB the wound on
the foot was a slight one.
"Death flom misadventure" was the
verdict of the jury.
C.  T.   Dunbar    of     Vancouver  Make*
Application for 1200 Cubic Feet.
Application for S large water recTTrt
was posted yesterday in the office of
the wate, commissioner at the court
bouse,    r. T, Dunbar, who describe!
himself as an Investor of Vancouver,
is the applicant, ami the amount ����
water which he requires is LSOO cuWe
feel.
The application sets torth thai ��������
water is required (or the purpose ol
generating electric power, ami thnt
It Is proposed lo divert the water
from the Miitniiuiiii creek, returning
It  to the stream  1000 feet below.
In this distance there ls a fall ol
111 feet which would give a tremendous power for generating purpose*.
The water will be used by ineann of
a Spillway ilain tintl pipes operating *
turbine generator.
The application will come before
the water commission on December
11, at 11 o'clock.
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��� ening at 8  o'clock. <���
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FACE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
INDIA RECEIVES
NEW CONSTITUTION
Natives   May   New   Elect   Representatives to Provincial and Vice-
Regal Councils.
Simlia. British India. Nov. Hi.���The
plan for the reform of the British administration of India, which was outlined by Lord Morley, secretary of
state for India, In the House of Lords
iast December, and which is designed
to give India a.n embryo constitution,
admitting the natives to an Independent share in the legislation Of the
country, came into effeel   today.
Thus begins a new striking 1 poch
in the history of British rule in India.
Par more than three years the imperial government and the Indian administration have wrestled with the details of the plan recently consummated. I'nder the program adopted, all
religious and special Interests may
eleeet representatives to viceroy'i
provincial councils, but, In vii w of
the recent Anarchistic outbreaks, a
safeguard is provided in a qualifica-
Uon which empowers tl e Imperial nnd
provincial governments to declare ineligible those persons whosi election
is considered contrai 3 to the l,|l!^-
lic  Interests.
CUT OFF HIS EMS
TO AVENGE INSULT
Yaqui    Indians Inflict    Barbarlous Revenge on   Drunken  Sea  Cook
���A   Wild   Story.
RAILWAYMEN  UNITE
IN  BIG  MOVEMENT
Chicago. Xov. IG.���Demands tor
uniform schedules and a wage increase of about 12 per cenl are to be
made by thes wltchmen and yardmen
in the systems easi of (.'hicago. The
movement involves 125,000 men, and
includes every railroad east of the Illinois Central's main southern line,
and north of the Chesapeake and
Ohio. It is said to he the greatest
wage movement ever attempted aiui
has heen under consideration two
years.
Reports from Bloomlngton intimate
that a similar movement is being considered for the men on all the western  roads.
San Diego, Cai., Nov. 16.���The
schooner Jennie Tin lan. the original
of .Jack London's "Sea Wolf" is back
from Patos Island with a load of
guano with every membre of her ere"
on hoard, excepting tbe cool;. Mexican Joe, and thereby hangs a tale
dealing with cook's ears being cut
guano wiili every member of ber crew
leaving and going avvas as quickly
as possible.
Firsl .Male Fern. Who was captain
of the historic craft on another expedition to the hostile country, tells tbe
storj of the unlucky cook who los!
his ears during a tight with the fierce
Yaquis. The Jennie Thelan sailed
from Mulege, for the island of Patos,
where the Seris, the fiercest of the
tribes, hold forth. Here the cargo ol
guano was being loaded and b.\
the '1 aquis, Including Chief Jose, the
mosi terrible of the tribe, were assisting in the work.
When the cargo was half loaded,
.Mexican Joe, in company vviih othi rs
ol the crew and the ti, - li dlans, w< nl
ashore with a huge demijohn of the
awful liquor which is made in thai
country.    A sprei   1 1 and dun:,.
this joyful period J01 offended the
Yaquis In some 111 mnei. Chief Jose
called a council of war, and alter due
deliberation, pour b-"-'.-- ears we re
doomed to pay the pi nalty. Witl 0 M
warning the Indians sprang on 1 ie defenseless cook and his ears wen amputated with a native bowie. Panic-
stricken the crew tied for the vessel.
Captain Palmer was forced to turn
the ship ahout and sail for Mulege.
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.
IS^"?.,.*
Cte??IIte^^
W VNTED���BOOK   KEEPER.  APPLY
p, 0. Hox 496, New Westminster.
WANTED���BY A JAPANESE HOY
who understands English well, position as cook or for housework. Address s. Toma, phone 261, Japanese
Mission.  Sapperton. 255-1'.
WANTED���JOB ON A MILK RANCH
l.v experienced milker. Apply J.
Currie, Victoria Boarding House.
Sapperton.
AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Und'Tiaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets,
Phone 176, night call 81.
[STENOGRAPHY
SCHOOL BOYS WANTED���1 HAM':
a permanenl position for a bright.
energetic school  boy.     The    righl
boj can make from 50c 10 $2.On or
: . ri a week, withoul Interfei Ing
wiili Ida school duties. Kenneth
1   sselman,
GROCERY.
FOR THF. BEST VALl'H IX GRO-
ceries. phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply tiro-aery, P. Q.  Hox 811,
LIVERY   STABLE.
J. H. TODD'S
CREW  OF  BATTLESHIP
COURT-MARTIALS KANGAROO
GIRL'S   FOOLISH   ACT
KILLS YOUNG  MAN
Portsmouth, Ohio. Xov. 16.��� Five
minutes after she finished playing
and singing his favorite song, Miss
Bertha Wolf Bhot and fatally wounded Thomas petty in her father's home
in Xew Boston Friday night.
The young people had known each
other from childhood and Fetty was
a frequent caller at the girl's ho
After finishing the song she playfully pointed her father's Bhotgun at
Fetty. It was discharged and b tt;
bled to death before medical aid arrived.
Fetty made an ante mortem sl
ment exonerating Miss Wolf.
Portsmouth, X. IL, Xov. M.���Murphy the mascot kangaroo of the battleship W'isi sin. is up for a general court-martial by the crew.
Murphy jumped ship, and after
stirring things up in the navy yard
made a dash through the main gate
after an attempt to hold him up by
1 the corporal's guard, and soon was
lost in the woods of the town of Eliot.
Murphy put every dog he met out
of business. He was nearly into Dover before it was discovered that he
had escaped, and forty of the crew
were ordered out to hunt him up. By
this time, men. women and boys had
I in the chase.
Murphy was finally surrounded in
a swamp, lassoed and brought back I 1
the vessel under guard where the
dick division court-martial board is
to make hlm fourth class and
have him confined to the coal bunk-
ei s for a month.
Big Music
House
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
WANTED���GIRL  TO   PO   FOLDING,
Jackson  Printing Co., Thom-
���   Bl ick, Markel square.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO LET���TWO OR THREE FUR-
nishi d housekeeping ro ims, fur-
1 . etc. Apply 917 Fifth avenue,
TO   RENT���LARGE    DOUBLE   BED-
r. 1.  suitable  for two gentlemen;
reasonable terms. 828 Royal ave.
246-12
RING   UP    250    FOR
smart   turnout.     The
hies.
HACKS AND
Fashion   Sta-
'N'     BU.N'TIVr
GUlc)    , 'r^G,
FREEMAN
H'j ,;.[
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CUSTOM
1   pi    -
lettei
luml
ia
AND
.  oo3
TAILORS,
GALVIN
loring,
���
a Taj
lng and ,
block.
and 264
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MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front Btreet, Xew Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mil! plants aud specifications prepared.
WESTM
Co.,    ,
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tor,
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473.
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Smallpox In Artemesia.
Cej lon, . .ov. 16.���Two families living one mile west of this placi bavi
been placed under quarantine with
suspected smallpox. The Arn mesii n
Board of Health have thi matter in
hand.
Inmates Had Close Call.
Kingston,  Nov.  16.���fn  a   Are  '    '
rned the genei al store of Mr. J. J.
��� n  on  the line ol  the Hay    of j
Railway,   Mrs. McCann am
1   slei ��� ing   upsl -ir-   barely
. -1   with   ��� ��� es   Everything {
was totally destroyed, together with
a hois. oci upie I lev Benjamin
Badgely.
P.
&C0.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef,
Pork
Mutton, Veal,
and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
*************************+*m
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOML
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any availably Dominion Lands win,
fn the railway belt in British Colun.
bia, may be homesteaded by any per
son wno is the Bole tu-ad of a family
or any  male over li  years oi age,  to
jthe  extent  of  one-quarter  section' 01
1160 acres, more or less.
Entry must  be  made personally  at
jthe   local  land  offlce   lor  the  district
[in which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bis-
iter of an .ntending honies-iead^r.
The homestead,.- is required to per-
Iform the conditions connected tnere-
with under one ol the touowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each  5 ear for three years.
(2) If the fathi r ( or mother, if tne
fai . is decased), of the homesteader
ri s u;KJn a farm in the vicinity ot
the land entered for, the requirements
ns to residence may I a tl ������ 1 by
Buch person residing with the lather j
er  mother.
(3) If the settler has his perman o
residence upon fanning lain own-.1
by him In the vicinity of his ���
stead, the requirements as to resid mce
may 1),- satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
six month.-' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner ol Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining  rights   may   be
leased   for    a  period of    twenty-one
!years at  an  annual  rental  of %\  per i
iacre.       Xot   more    than    2560   acres
.shall   be  leased   to  one  individual  or '
company.      A royalty at the rate ot
I five cents  per  ton  shall  he collected I
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
I Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. '
X.B.���Unauthorized    publication    of
this advertisement wlll    not be paid j
for.
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF    THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen.���In response to several large and influential requisitions 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 ln hand, and
proposed for the coining year. I feel
it my duty to accede to the wishes
of the electors ln the premises, and
will therefore offer mysHf as a candidate at the forthcoming elections.
As previously announced, j( was
my intention to withdraw from civic
politics at the end of the preseni
term, but the urgent wish of so many
of the electors that I should continue
ln office until the improvemenl program, with which I am familiar in
every detail, is carried oui, compels
me to bow to their wishes, and again
seek your suffrages.
If elected I pledge myself to devote
my very best energies toward protecting the welfare of the city, to
maintain the principles of civic gov-
and in every other possible
the   interests   of    our
FOR   SALE.
oli SALE���SIX ROOM MODERN
liouse. Sapperton, $100 cash, balance J20 per month. Applj Farmer, Box 537, Xew Westminster.
FOR   SALE���SMALL  1
ern, Durham    street,
$150 cash,    balance
ments.      White, Shii
lumbia street, city.
IOUSE,   Mini-
piiee   $1400;
monthly pay-
es  ,v.-  Co., Co-
FOR SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO
In fine condition, well known make,
bargain: easy terms. Apply II.
Daily  Xews Offlce.
MONEY TO  LOAN
M.ONEY    TO     LOAN���I     AM    PRE- j
pared    to  advance    money  to any j
amount   on    city    property or  for I
building purposes. Apply Dr.  A   D.
Buchanan, I'. O.  New Westminster, i
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
Btone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street,  New  Westminster.
COAL
New Wellington
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth,
Phone 105 P. 0. Box 345
u
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, KHTORT JEW-
ell heater, goe-l as new; suitable
for large room or hall. For wood
or coal.     Box 16, Daily News.
REAL   ESTATE.
HAVE BUYERS FOU PROPERTY
in any pan of W< stmlni tei or Burnaby; also on Chiiliwack line.
Owners only. Give full particulars,
P. O. Box 942, New Westminster.
SKATE
HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER,   KOOM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and Sanitaa;
house   painting,   kalsominlng,  paper
hanging     and     decorating.       Sixt
street.   Xew   Westminster.
AT THE
PIANO  TUNING.
fPYTHIAN S
I'I \XDS AXD ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, \v. K.
Martin,  Mus.  Baa,    city.      A line
will bring him.
Ladies     ;
during the month 01  N
receive a ticki t
chance on a o-M ...
pi a-e NOVEMBER 30, 1909.
WHITK,  SHILES  &   CO.
Real  Esl  ti    ind   Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm and  suourban  property,
260 Columbia streei.
PRINTERS.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Colum iia street, P. 6. drawer it"1
WESTMINSTER PRESS POR EVERY
kind of job printing      Midgi ���
leaf ledg 1  .   C   vie 1 !ftr ion  Papers.
Photic    55,     P.   O.    Box   ML'       Old
Dally   X,-ws   Block,   Sixth   street
���    '    .
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0
ATLANTIC?!
SETTLERS' VSSOC1ATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   pho.ig  3S4.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM i.
Irwin), phone ino P. O. Box 871.
Real esfate and Insurance. Money
to  loan,   TM  Columbia street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for il. Home
cooking. All white COOkS; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram oflice.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, 1XSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located for
the present at the offlce of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite  Windsor Hotel
SECONDHAND   STORE.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
WE   BUY   AXn
and   all   k'.'iis
hand goods
office.
SELL FURNITURE
ul new and second-
A  Speck, near Tram
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND AC-
ci infant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P. O. box  795.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR A.NI)
Accountant. Tel. It 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust  Block.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,
Hall-Lavery Block.
ARCHITECT,
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702
ibla    street.        Fln-s-ciuss
pictures;   illustrated  songs
ous attractions.      Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
:
UVUU U_\l__^J^\��__J
You wi.i flnd .1 '-
t<  arrange 3 our
whether you Inti nd to "   ���
tig for your frii -.    .
From Montreal and Quebec.
Lake   Erie  from   Montreal, Nov. 23
Empress  of  Britain from St. John,
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and partli liars tV
ply to
E. GOULET.
C. P. R. Agent.
COLUM-
moving
numer-
THF EDISON THEATRE,    CORNBB
Columbia and Kighth. High-clam
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday.
S. S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will lean
Brackman-Ker wharf .very weekday
afternoon at 2 p.m, for Ladner westham Island and way ports, returnlnS
to New Westminster on following
day. Saturday, returning same evening.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at - a0-
Trips will be made to Steveston ai
business  warrants.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rate* aP
ply to ROBERT JARDINE,
Manage
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AXD
ter cleaning.     1). MoElroy, Ti
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I
(II "I
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
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jKeep Your House Warm j
1 Steam Heat With Gas Fuel I
I GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
1 JAMES & McCLUGHAN
flftr-ir,    CCr-nMnuAMr, r.r\r\ts     _?-r-/-\wrr_>     t-r\n    c a i   r-     ~ . , .- ,
ernment
way  advance
city.
Thanking   you.   ladles   and gentle
men, for your generous support in the
past,  and   respectfully   soliciting   vour
votes and influence. I am,
Yours  very  Incereiy,
W. H.  KEARY.
New    Westminster,    R   C    Nov   4
1909. '
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
Chest Protectors
at all prices
:
AT
GOOD  SECONDHAND
COOK   STOVES  FOR  SALE  CHEAP.  4
J Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster i
S
***************m*************************i
TO THE   ELECTORS  OF THE CITY
OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladles and Gentlemen,���Al the re-
Quest of a vei, large number ol citizens and ratepayers I consented to
allow my name to be submitted to the
People for their suppori as Mayor of
New Westminster for the year 1910.
My pollcj has be. n, is. and wil] be
wholly one of progress and
tereatoof all the people of New West
"'inster. I will discuss Issues thre a
the campaign and ask your can
eonslilernti ,,,   ,,r .,,,  (|���G8tiona
Polling day December 13th, 1909
JOIIX A. LEE.
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SPITS,   SKIRTS,
and Waists. 72S Royal avenue, lin-l-ii
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers aaid dyers, 346 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
] RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
��
i
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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t
'ii
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers In electrical machinery!
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Con meroe building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FROM SOUP 10 COffff
...  inel'lll'1''1
the dinners    we serve   ai�� i       ^-e
with  care and  diflorimination
exercise good judgment  In buy" h
cooking, in laying viands berore t
have no apology to ma
We
siipl'l
Wi
om'
feel
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TRAM OFFICE. NESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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=VOTE FOR
ALDERMAN JOHNSTON
New Westminster's Candidate
POR   M.P.P.  ON   THE   25th
Vote for Alderman Johnston and
the enforcement of fair wages to
white men.
Vote for Alderman Johnston and
the land for the people.
Vote for Alderman Johnston and
the preservation of British Columbia's
natural resources.
Refuse to guarantee $45,000,000
and endanger the credit of the Province for only 200 miles of new railway.
Support John Oliver, the man
from Delta, a son of the soil, who
knows what the country needs and
will see that she gets it.
Support the railway policy of John
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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WEDNESDAY
NOVEMBER
17,
1909.
cui bono:
dications we have of its possible ' *���
istence are the repeated assertions "f
the Premier and his henchman, Mr.
Bowser. Let it not be forgott. n,
however, that Mr. Mann has explicitly stated that the agreement contains "just what the proposals are
and in how far they bind both company and Government." In other
words, just what is in the agreement
is all that will form any part of the
bargain between the Government and
i .Messrs. .Mackenzie and Mann. What
j value therfore can there be in the assertion of the Premier that "we have
a first mortgage on the road?"
But assuming that it may be pos-
'��� sible to impose this mortgage obliga-
, tion upon Messrs. Mackenzie and
. Mann, what is such a security worth?
Implicated Herself
While Hypnotised
Premier McBride is still busily engaged in trying to convince the electors of the Interior that his railway
, ... ,,   The excerpt from the Winnipeg tree
policy is the only possible means of
salvation for the province, and is not
mincing matters in his efforts to
prove his case. He told the Vernon
people on Saturday night thai the
Hope Mountain route, which forms
the basis of the developing and colonizing railway scheme of John Oliver
and the Liberal party, was impracticable. He gave as his authority for
this .statement his i xci Henl friends
Messrs. Mackenzie and Mann. "As
practical railroad builders, wl o buill
for business and doi for sentiment,
Mackenzie and Mann state that the
Hope Mountain routi Is Impracticable. If a road was bulli in that direction its minimum grade would be
two and a half per cent., which is prohibitive for successful competition
with the C. P. R." Thus said the
Premier to his audience.
We have nor the leasl doabt thai
this Is precisely the opinion of the
aforesaid "practical" railroad builders. But the question for the people
of British Columbia to consider i.s.
is this railway io be built and the
credit of the province seriously imperilled thereby for the benefit of tie.
province, or for the benefit of Messrs.
Mackenzie and Mann? If for tin3
benefit of lhe province, and tlie Hope
Mountain route is that which will
give the colonization and development
facilities which we need, whilst the
One proposed by the McBride policy
will not. then it is plainly the duty of j
every honest man having the inter- j
rsts of the province al hearl to give
full supporl to the  Liberal pollcj
This is not a question  of po itics
as politics at  all.      Ii  is a question
of the right of the people to  -
that which will be to their ad'
If   Messrs. Mackenzie   and Mam
sire i.e    gel    a  transcontinental line
through    British    Columbia   by
gradients  for    their    own   p -
purj e,a< s tin re is no ������   son h hj i 	
sl'"' i!  ",;1  have jl-  !';1'   "POD   ti ,   m.   Sin.    i6._Britisb    Mini
and certainly not at  the expense of Jo dan, on behalf of big Government,
the province. ised objections to   the manner
Aj  in, it may be asked, are Mackei "��� ���''*   rhin"   is   suppressing   the
, opium   traffic.    Tne  objection  is the
7U                '. o        . f the success ol th, an l-o]   i
road builders on this continent,   I emeni in China, which is causing
the McBride Government endeavor :" ;' more rapid declini   in the Importa-
obtain expert opinion upon .his verv tions of opium from  India than  was
Detoi-e committing the province to a | gradual reduction of the importation.
Press which we print in an adjoining-
column, will shew that it is a mere
shadowy substance, and as a security
for the immense sum the province 's
asked tn guarantee.
With  cheerful  Irresponsibility,  not
unlike- thai  recently displayed by  Mr.
C.  M.  Woodworth.    Attorney-Gem ral
Finance    Minister    Bowser   tells tb
Vernon people that the province lias
"enormously    valuable    public   I
which  could be sold If thi   pro
was  by  any  chance  .ailed   upon  to
make good its guarantee of the '
dian   Northern   bonds."    What  a   delightful    prospect!       The    respoi si-
bilities "i  his new office seem to sil
very  lightly  upon    the shoulders of
Mr.  Bowser.     But any business ma'i
will detect in this happy-go-lucky kind
of financial policy a source of serious
danger to the stati .
With ri spect to the Premier's statement that the credit of the province
is only  being pledged to the extent
of $21,000,  though we have shown
over and over again that a very simple calculation will prove this amount
to be $46,400,000 at least, we have no
hope of convincing either Mr. Mc-
Brldi or hi.s friends that this is so.
But we think it must be clear that
the "Boot is on the other leg." and
that ii is the Premier who is indulging in what has come to be politely
known    as   "terminological   inexacti-
,   idi-S."
IMPORTS OF OPIUM
DECLINE TOO FAS1
Gradual   Reduction   of   Exports   From
Inaia   Were  Contemplated���Minis
ter  Has  Protested.
(Continued  from  Pag,.  One.)
Newcomb until the night when New-
1 comb shot her husband, Martin Kvalshaug.      She  went  turther  and  told
i in her trance all the details of how
j the  alleged  confession   she   made   to
' the police, Judge J.  M.  Arnston and
Deputy   Prosecutor   Burmeister   was
| obtained. She quoted Chief of Detec-
I fives Fitzgerald,  who  did  the sweating,   using word  for  word  his  questions and giving her replies.
The particular point  which the de-
' fence  will emphasize  is that pari of
her  confession   in     which   Fitzgerald
; shoved the revolver with which New-
! comb did the shooting under her nose
for inspection.     It was just then, according   to   the    psychologists   and
alienists who    will later    go on th
stand  In  her defence,   thai   the glint
ef the steel of the  weapon    as she
gazed  fixedly at it induced an auto-
hypnotic trance.
May Be  Hypnotized  In Court.
Attorneys Kellej  and Johnson will
base their chief flght for  Mrs. Kyal-
shaug's  life  on   tie.-   sypothesis  that
;. om  the moment   the   revolvei    was
shoved under in r eyi s In r will I ���    :
power ebbed away and an liypnotice
nance   took   compli r,    | oss  -.-..>..   ,���'���
her, during which sin- was merely an
automaton,   responding    yes,"    when
"leading" questions pi ompti d the affirmative and "no    whi a a  negate e
was   demanded   by   the   officers   who
were committing to writing her confession.    Her tranci   accounts of i
'scene at the police sta ton when she
made the confession have been taki n
! down by a stenoegrapfter and will b
I submitted  in  evidence.     A.i   atti -.
i may even be mad.- to place the woman under hypnotic influenci   befon
j the jury as ocular proof of the verac-
I ity of the declarations.
Mrs. Kvalshaug o cupied the witness stand in her own defense al thi
trial todoy. In a smooth, easj manner, without a trace ol confusion, she
: told at greai length of all Inn- acquaintance with Newcomb. Without
a blush and In a matter of fact manner she admitted t.i intimate relations that existed bel reen herself an.i
Newcomb, but her testimony and the
i story told by Newcen b, and als i I
statements made In her alleged c i
fession, widi ly dlffe as to the ploi
and her part in the killing of Ko
shaug. She swore oa the stand that,
realizing the gravity of her relati u -
with Newcomb, she decide I to break
away from him.    This made him in-
i ���  .        Ious, and. accoi dlnj
logic,   detei mini d   him   to   put   Kvalshaug out of the way.
Munsterberg's Opinion.
In a letter to Attorner  Kelley, on
thi    hypnotizing  of   Mrs.   Kvalshaug,
at the time the confession was made,
D    Hugo Mm 5terl In part:
"Vou can stale with certainty that
women are fai more suggestible than
:: en,    and   thai   their   suggestibility
es  the hlgl i si   d gree  In  -
tional state.- ol fe er. and thai  thi   ���   -
cltment of a situation like that which
the defendant passed through, together with the probable sleeplessness in
the night after the murder, make it
most probable that she went Into a
half hypnotic state when the examining questions were hammering on her
brain. In such a state she would
easily affirm the truth of statements
which an- put before her mind without any power to resist. Such a state
��� ��� j last for a long while, and yet
whatever may he said by her in such
a state is of no more value as evidence than the babbling of an insane
pi rson. It is not impossible thai if
you carefully go over those hours of
the police examination with her you
may find in her memories some particular external experiences which
became the starting point for the hyp-
nold fascination. It may have been
an especially loud word which overwhelmed her. or a sharp fixation by
the eyes of the officers, or some special thought which started the abnormal state. Since the time of the
witches of Salemn young women have
bi en condemned again and again on
������ i i.asis of confessions which have
the earmarks of untruth."
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
The Leading House for Carpets is
L EE'S
We are the largest retail buyei    .    ���
���ver  is tremendous.      W'e  hav,, |��� .
ignment. ' 3U8t ms]
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And the Prices!
Well, they are so reasonable that  Hav  ,
stock the best English Wiltons. English
rapestriea,  all specially  selected  tor  thei,
color.     Just give us a call and have a lool
.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Big Bargain For the Honey
is our special for todaj      A large
bottle of Underwood's Black Ink
for inc.
LEE'S ^^ri^0^
NEW WESTMINSTER,
**'��  Block, Columbia Street,
The Pair
G46 Columbia Street.
H'�� buy for casb an.i sell lor the same
Just Opened
Box Ball
Bowling
Alley
633 Front St.
3  DOORS   FROM   McKENZIE  ST.
Monday,   Nov.  22.
COHAN cv hakims presi i i
GEO. M. COHAN'S
GREATEST   OF   ALL   MUSICAL  TRIUMPHS
liability of such magnitude as would
suffice to give .us a really useful network of lines to open up the country?
Yet again, is the Canadian Northern
the only railroad that would be likely
to provide the means of Inter-communication that Briish Columbia needs?
As he Saturday Sunset pertinently
puts it:
"Was the V. V. t_ E. ever approached on this subject? Are
there no other charters across the
Hope Mountains? Was the G. T.
P. ever asked to accept assistance
to this project? Is it not true thai
the G. T. P. has a line surveyed
from Vellowhead to Kamloops?
Hoes the Government not know
that a line is even now being surveyed south of Kamloops toward
the Hope Mountains by the Q, T.
P., that the surveyors are right now
in the field in the neighborhood of
Nicola?
"Did the Governmenl make any
effort to take advantage of the fact
that two lines were competing for
a route to the coast? Has it ever
asked the O. T. P. if it would build
from Vellowhead to Hope for a reasonable subsidy?
"Han Mann could noi be sentimental in his own Interests, bul
McBride or Bowser could afford to
be sentimental���when it cann- to
giving Mann his choice of routes
and pledging the provincial credit
to the limit for him.
"Instead of negotiating with the
G. T. P. and instead of giving some
consideration (o the Hope Mountain
line they gave Dan Mann all he
asked and they could not even impose conditions of a modicum ol
freight rate control upon him. be
cause Dan Mann won't have it thai
way."
Consequently China is now confronted with the prospect of paying for
Indian  opium  that she does not  use.
BIRTH.
SANDS���On the 16th Inst., al 1190
Salsbury Drive, Grandview, Vancouver, to Mr. and Mis. Edgar H.
Sands, a daughter!
Something New!
A new game ol skill for both ladles
and   gentlemen,   that   bas  taken  thej
east  by si..nn.    Introduci d  to  Westminster for the flrsl  time.
Exercise, Skill and Pastime.
Come and Be Amused.
FIFTY PEOPLE.
A WHIRLWIND of Music, of Fun, of Song,
of Girls.
Hi ��� the famous Bongs, "So Long Mary." "I \
Popular Millionaire," "Forty-flve .Minnies from Broad'
Is a Grand Old Name."
The Play That Impresses All
America.
Seats 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50.  on   sale   at   Ry.ill's  Drug Store.
____________Z_L2J__W________%l
rr twm-._4y___
WILL RETIRE FROM THE
JOURNALISTIC   WORLD
THE   MORTGAGE.
t[*    ;*���':��
in the course of bis speed] at Vernon the Premier stated thai "hidebound Liberals of the province and
the Liberal press are deliberately lying with regard lo my railroad policy.
They say we have no mortgage on
tho road. That Is false. We have
a first mortgage on the road. They
say we pledge the credit of the country for $45,000,000. Thai is false.
We pledge the credit of British Columbia for $21,0011.000." Now as to
this mortgage, not one word, nor even
a suggestion is made in the published
agreement about it, and the only in-
Toronto. Nov, 16.���The retirement
of Goldwin Smith from active journalism is announced in the following
paragraph of the Weekly Sun, regarded for years as the official organ of
his utterances. Mr. Goldwin Smith
wishes us to state that old age requires him to retire from journalism
anonymous articles are therefore no
longer to be ascribed to his pen.
The same Issue contains a letter by
Goldwin Smith under the heading
"Canada and foreign offices" ia which
the writer questions whether Canada
can always trust the judgment of the
British foreign office in bringing on
hostilities.
Dolls Are Not Toys.
Washington, Nov. 16.���Dolls are -aot
toys, according to a decision of the
Treasury Department. Thereby importers are Baved the difference between 86 p.c. and 60 p.c. ad valorem duites. It has been a weighty
subject with the customs officers at
New York and the board of general
appraisers. The trouble all arose from
a too spat-inn use of periods in framing the paragraphs in the new tariff
law governing dolls and toys.
The Royal Cafe
is now under NEW MANAGEMENT
and is giving the best meals with the
most  prompt   service)  in   the  city.
Our 25c Lunch (11:30 to 2) and 35c
Dinner (5 to 8) are becoming popular.   Short orders at all hours at
reasonable prices.
Dominion Trust Block. Opp. Postoflice.
J. P. CASH, Prop.
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You   Can   Make   No   Mistake
If you fill your numerous wants for Stationery, Books, Bibles.
Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign News Papers, and in fact any
thing usually carried In a first-class  Stationery  Store.
We buy direct from the manufacturers for spot cash, no middleman's profit to be added nd therefore we can show you some
money-saving   prices.
Thj new English Church Hymn Books are now in stock. Do
you   require   one?
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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An Emphatic Denial.
New York. Xov. 16.���The absurd
rumor thai ex-President Roosevelt
had heen killed, hunting In Africa,
was vigorously denied hy hie brother-
In-law, Douglas Robinson. Mr. Robinson was sure fie would hear of any
happening Immediately.
VANCOUVER riNANCIAl CORPORATION, IID.
have opened a branch in New Westminster, in the Merchants Bank Building,
corner Columbia and Begbie streets.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH  US.
E. N. SUTHERLAND, Local Manager.
Two lots on Eighth Avenue, for
quick sale $700; $300 cash, balance
arranged.
HALE
70fi   COLUMBIA   STREET.
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ESDAV, NOVEMBER 17, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Big Dry GoodsJHouse
Three Days Sale
Blankets and Quilts
Frosty nights have set in and you will require extra
bedding.    Look over these prices:
i-'lli   All Wool White Blanket, with pink and hlue border:   size
72x90"    Regular price flO.BO. Bale Price $8.95
I...!h   All Wool White Blanket, with red stripes and pink border.
Saxony make, size (18x86. Regular price $9.50.   Sale price  $7.75
g-lb  AH Wool, White Blankets, with pale blue border, size 68x
86i    Regular price ?7.00.   Sale price       ...$5.50
Twenty-five pairs 10|4 size Wool Blankets, nice, soft finish. Regular price $5.50.    Sale price  ������ $4.50
American Cotton filled Quilts ln dainty colorings. Sale price $1.75
Eiderdown Comforters.    Sale price $9.50
SPORTING NEWS   Business Talk B
WE SELL  FOR  LESS.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
MARSH   AND  ST.  YVES
READV   FOR   MARATHON
Vancouver,  Nov.    HI.���Marsh    and
1 ���' ��� ���    who    will    meet    at  the
","-"    Show     building   on    Friday
1  in :i    tilt *-t n-mlle  match  race,
- workou. in    heavy togs at Re-
park yesterday, and were out
ilu- Horse Show arena today.
1   ' ���   both  say   thev   are  ill  splendid
and they look ii.
fhe race on Friday night will set-
e once an.l tor all  ihem uch  discus-
���   tion   ol'   superiority   between
��� two men.   St. Yves lias now beat-
i  Marsh  at   the  lull   Marathon  dta-
- and also at twentj miles, ami II
ii win em Friday at fifteen there
"ill   no   longer   be   any   doubt   as   td)
which is tha better man. Marsh in aU
hia races with St. Yves has been the
ia '-nasi  possible contender up to fifteen   miles,   but  after  that  somehow
lens generally managed to fade away.
'!'��� (lid it in the great Marathon Derby
nl  New Vork when  he led St. Yves for
eighteen miles, he did li iu S. ..ule re-
cently when he was a hangup con-
tender lor seventeen mils, and he did
it ai Spokane when he hugged St-
Ym-s tor eighteen miles He thinks
In- om win at fifteen miles, and ha
will have his chance on Friday night.
IS AFRAID JOHNSON
WILL KILL JEFFRIES
Phone 170.
Manager     of    Bit)    Black    Champion
Talks   About   Prowess  of   His
Protege.
NEW  AME .ICAN   RECORD
FOR   TWENTY    MILES
Eye Glasses
ANli ALL ABOUT THEM, with a few hints regarding
the care Of the eyes, is the title of a booklet we are sending you by mail. If you don't receive your 'copy in a
few lays, mall us a card with your name and address,
and we will send yon one at once.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, B. C.
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
Dominion Trust  Bldg
New York, Nov. ia���aii American
amateur tm k records from io 1-2 ' >
20 miles w re lowered yesterday ai
Celtic Park. In the 20-mile run," the
main event in the annual games of
the Shamrock Athletic club, James
Clark, of thi Xavier Athletic club wo.i
in 1:58:1-7 3-5, against the old record
of 2:07:11, made hy James Crowley.
of the Irish-American Athletic club,
ast January.
The leader at 10% miles was Crowley, his time for that distance being
r>s:(11:. almost one minute better than
the record, which has stood since
1899. Crowley led up io the seventeenth mile, lowering all intermediate records. Then he stopped almosl
to awalk,. and Clark took the lead,
which he held to the end, making new
marks for every mile.
FIVE MILES IS LIMIT
FOR   JUVENILE   RUNNERS
A Reliable   Clock
is a necessity in every home.' I have Just received an assortment
of 8-day Parlor Clocks. These are both useful and ornamental,
being accurate timekeepers and in handsome cases. Prices from
$7.50 to $12.00.      Also the following:
8-day   Kitchen  Clocks,  striking  hour  and   naif   hour   ...$ 4.50
8-day Office Clocks from $5.00 to $25.00
Alarm Clocks, from  $1.25 to $ 3-00
Glad   to   have   you   call   and   look  them   over
.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 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.
FRONT   STREET.
New York. Nov. HI.���Even-:t Brown
of Chicago was elected president of
the Amateur Athletic union at the
annual meeting in New York yesterday, succei ding .lames B. Sullivan of
this city, win, had held the offlce tor
three years, Mr. Sullivan, who hn.;
heen secretary In former years, was
chosen for the position of *,,; retarj
treasurer, iie was no! a candidate
for re-election to tlu- presidency,
Anient; the manj matters passed
upon was a rule designed to protect
young athletes fro . oveistrala. By
this regulation competitors under 16
ye., s ..f ; g ��� are barred from con
peting i-i races ex ��� ��� Hag live miles.
Total receipts for tha year were
$S580.
President Sullivan, in his annual
address regarding the hammer throw
accidents   Which    have     been      BOme-
v. lun numerous, expressed himself in
favor of retaining the event on the
A. A. I". list, but thought that some
changes to make the competition safer would be advisable.
Gotch Still Champion.
Kansas City. Nov. 16.���After 1 hour
and 14 minutes ol hard wrestling
Frank Gotch of Humbolt, Iowa, last
night retained his title of champion
wrestles of"the world by defeating
Dr. Benjamin !''��� Holler of Seattle in
two straight falls.
The lirst fall was ualned in 46 minutes and 20 seconds, the champion
getting a half-nelson und crotch hold.
The second he won with the punishing toe hold In 2b minutes and bb
seconds. In the second fall, after
16 minutes of fast wrestling. Roller
got Gotch In a trying position and
lor a time it looked as though the
lowan's shoulders would touch the
mat.
THE CENTRAL GROCERY
NEAR COR. FinH AVE. AND EIGHTH ST.
(Next to Central  Meat  Market.)
��� , Hams, Bacon, Cheese, Teas, Coffees a specialty.
Sole agents Pure Ceylon RED STAR Tea. A fresh
consignment just received.
Six-day Bike Race.
New York. Nov. IH.���The date or
Ihe six-day race, which has become
an annual fixture at Madison Square
garden, was announced last night loi'
tlie week of December >r'- Arrangements  are  being   made  for  the  enii>
of from fifteen to twenty teams, representing almost as many nationalities.
DAVID ADAMS, Prop.
Phone 583.
Westminster Opera House
FRIDAY, NOV. 19
The Never-Failing Delight,
W. E. NANKEVILLE'S
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ENORMOUS TRIUMPH
HUMAN
HEARTS
A Story from Life Presented
In Dramatic Form
Abounding ln Humanity, Bubbling
Over with Joyous Comedy.
Thrilling and Realistic Situations
Arouse ths Spectator to the Highest
Pitch of Enthusiasm.
Seats 26c, 60c and $1-00, on sale at
Ryall's Drug Store.
I  anew   that    .lack    Johnson   will
whip Jeffries,  writes    Q -ge  Little.
manager tor Hi,- big black man. 1
am going to bet my money on him.
I have known Johnson for many
.oars. 1 have known many other
fighters. 1 believe thai Johnson is
the highest deevlopment in the way
ol heavyweight fighter lhat a ring
has ever seen. I like to think of ll
in this way: tin. race horses of the
twentieth century are the fastest ever
known; some year seme runner
breaks all existing records, und men
have been racing on foot throughout
the history of the world. We are at
the very highest point of development
ia many directions. And I class Jack
Johnson at the front of this development. He's the twentieth century's
best in his line and no fighter in modern history, I believe, has ever been
as quick, clever, or powerful as this
wonderful negro.
I Know JacK will make Jeffries look
like a hitching post so far as quickness is concerned. He has as much
power in his blo.vs as Jefirles and he
can get out of Jeffs way, Jeff will
not be able to get out oi the way of
Johnson.
I am worrying because I fear that
Johnson will kill Jeffries. This is
no joke.
Humble Life.
Johnson has always been a clean,
hard working boy. as a Uul he
worked for a Swede milkman in Gal-
vest, .ii for 10 cents per week. His
brother told me that thai was Jack's
lirst salary. The boy worked 16
hours a day and one day got mad at
his employer, threw bricks at him and
ran home. The Swede went to Jack's
mother and toll her thai if Jack
would come back he would pay him
20 cents per week. So Jack patched
ii)e his troubles and went back to the
milkman,
First  Fight.
The first fight Johnson ever had
Vis down in Galveston. There was
a big crowd present an i Jack won.
llis share of the gate receipts was
just one dollar and he had to pay tho
referee -a cents out of his winnings.
Another time, hi a oatile royal al
Springfield, Ul., Jack laid   .nt six ne-
..,..'.    .-. Cl b,   2   a   pU sa   of   $1.25.
iio��  Johnson    ever    lived   in those
days I do not know. He ate so much
that he was fired out of every bo-._-.i-
lng house he entered. He could
i lean up :-. b. ee la.a- . counter i.i tei;
minutes, but what made the bai lenders sore was mal he wouldn't drill..
the beer he ordered to gain admission
to the flee lunch. 1 never saw a
man eat so much as Johnson does
now. I have seen hlm eai three
spring chickens and 20 biscuits ami
drink two quarts of water at one sit-
ting.
A Good Cook.
Johnson has never been a rowdy.
As a boy he lived at home. His
mother taught him how to cook and
there is nothing that he likes to do
belter than knead up a batch of
dough for soda biscuits. He can
bake bread and cake and his corn-
cake would make a boy strike his
dad. When Johnson roasts a chicken you can be sure that it will he
dead right. All these little things
show that Johnson is not an accident
as a lighter, but has come to it by
right living and careful physical development.
I admit that Jack doesn't like Jeffries. Well. Jeffries doesn't like
him. There will ba haired behind
the blows on both sides. lt will be
a hard fight. But���here'B the point:
A champion lighter who has once
closed his career never conies back.
Jefirles can't. li isn't in him any
more.
Recent  Bouts.
Johnson has been meeting all comers In theatres all o\er the country.
"Will he bun me?" ssued a huge
boilermaker of me when he came In
to make a match. He was as bl_ as
au ox. "No. he won't hurl you." 1
answered, "hut >ou go in and try to
hurl hlm. Illl as bard as yon can."
For many months Johnson ims been
meeting inen like that, while Jeffries,
for several years, lias had nothing to
do with the ring. Johnson Is in the
pink of perfection. Jeffries can "over be even what he was. and I think
Hint the Johnson of today could have
Whipped   Jeffries of  seven  years ago.
Politicians know their
business.
The public know their
business.
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know our business.
Honest dealing has
kept this the Leading
Furniture House in the
city for nearly a quarter
of a century.
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The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer,  Undertaker
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Aci, 1909," to obtain
a license in the Westminster Division
of Westminster District.
ia). Tne name, address aud occupation of the applicant is the Vancouver l'ower Company, Limited, having
its head oi.ioe at the city of Vancouver, Hrltish Columbia, and having a
capital of $2,500,000 divide,l into 2,-
500,000 sha.es Ol $1.0n each, all fully
paid up.
(b). Tlie name of the lake, stream
or source Is Suicide Creek, flowing
into the Nlcomen Slough in Dewdney
district, aboul three and one-half
miles east of Dewdney Station on the
Canadian  Paciflc Railway.
le). Tlu- point of diversion is
about elghl miles up Suicide Creek
from the point where Suicide Creek
intersects with the Canadian Pacific
Hallway.
(d). Thequantity of water applied
for 55 cubic feet per second.
(e). The character of the proposed
works Is the diversion of said creek
by means of dam, ditch, Hume, natural waterways, tunnels and pipes, and
the establishment in connection
therewith of a water power plant for
the generation of electricity for mechanical, industrial and commercial
purposes and particularly in the operation of motors, machinery, electric
lighting, the operation of tramways
and other works for which such light,
heat and power, are suitable and
available. The premises on which
lhe water Is to be used is a power
liouse to be constructed in Township
Twenty-one (21), Dewdney district,
about two miles north of the Canadian Pacific Railway, ii"ur Suicide
Creek.
Ig). The purposes for which the
water is to be used is to generate
electric power, light and heat for
traction, lighting, heating, manufacturing and all and every industrial
or oilier purposes to which it may be
applied.
ai. if the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe
the place where the water is to be
i\ :,;.:ie,l to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between
point of dlversijn and point of return. Tin- water will be returned to
tiie bed of Suicide Creel, at or near
the said proposed powerhouse, the
difference in altitude being approximately six hundred feet.
iJ). Area of Crown land intended
lo be occupied by the proposed works
will not exceed 90U acres inclusive of
lands to be submerged by reason of
storage of water.
(k). This notice was posted on
the 3rd day of November. 1909, and
application will be made to the Commissioner on the iuth day of December, 1909.
ill. Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,
none.
(tn). The part of the Memorandum of Association of the Company,
which authorizes the proposed application and works, reads as follows:
CD. 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
records or water privileges for.
(a) Constructing, operating and maintaining electric works, power houses, generating plant and such other
appliances and conveniences as aro
necessary and proper for the generating of electricity or electric power,
or any other form of developed power, and for transmitting the same to
be used by the company or by persons
or companies contracting with tlie
company therefor, as a motive power
for the operating of motors, machinery or electric lighting or other
works, or to be supplied by the company to consumers for heating or as
a motive power for propelling tramways, or for driving, hauling, lifting,
pumping, lighting, crushing, smelting,
drilling and milling or for any other
operations to which it may be adapted
or to he used or supplied for in connection with any other purposes for
which electricity or electric power
may be applied or required.
(g).   For    rendering      water    and
water power available for use, application and    distribution    by erecting
dams, increasing the head of water in
auy existing body of water, or extend-
j ing the  area   thereof,    diverting  the
i waters of any  stream, pond or lake
j into any other channel  or channels,
I laying or erecting any line or flume,
! pipe or weir    constructing any raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel,
building,  or  other   erection  or   work
which may be required in connection
with tlie improvement and use of tlie
said water and  watevpower or by altering,   renewing,   extending,   improving,   repairing    or     maintaining   any
such works, or any part thereof.
in). The company applies for a license to store water.' The place of
the proposed reservoir for storing the
said water is the land above the said
point of diversion, to constitute a
reservoir with an are;, of about eight
hundred acres to bo formed by the
utilization of the natural elevation of
the land and dams.
io) The means by which it is proposed to store the water is by the
erection of all required dams and tne
conservation of the waters falling upon tlie surrounding watershed.
(p). The area of the reservoir site
or sites at each foot in depth above
the outlet will be at zero ten acres,
and increasing at the rate of about
live acres for each foot in depth.
(q). It is proposed to acquire the
land���which may be held by private
owners���by purchase or it necessary
by expropriation.
(r).    The    acreage    feet     approximately intended to be Impounded will
be about 12,500 acre feet.
F. H. HOPE,
A. E. BECK,
Directors.
J. V. ARMSTRONG.
Secretary, Vancouver. B.C.
Vancouver Power Co., Ltd., Incorporated 1898.
LICIT YOUR
FOOTBALL
Soccer Teams Drum.
New York, Nov. 16��� The Pilgrims,
of Kngland. find a picked eleven from
the New York Association Football
league, played a fast 2 to 2 game of
soccer ln Brooklyn on Sunday.
Rugger Hlayers Practice.
The Columbian College Intermediate rugby team held a good practice
yesterday afternoon and will work
hard for the remainder of the week
in preparation for their match against
the Rowing Club in Vancouver on
Saturday. The Rowing Club has a
heavy aggregation and In them the
local men will find opponents worthy
of their steel. The College players,
however, are making rapid strides
and hope to be able to hold the oarsmen down.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
Tbe wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world U made there.
COWAN'S
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for old and young.
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SOLE AGENTS LOMGINE'S  AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
Easterbrook Milling   Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$5.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & fn  "���"-* and feed merchant^
PRONT   STREET. New  Weitmmster. Telephone 33
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Manufacturers arid Dealers in All Kma    ot
Lumber.   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1 turned Work,    Etc.
Rsh and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F4RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how lt Is cheaper to buy our
hl^h-class building materials
than it Is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bul't 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
ch.-apness lies?
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Patriotic   Citizens     of    South   Dakot.i
Town Hold Indignation Meeting
Becausi:  Man  Dies.
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THREE MEN DIE I SOMNAMBULIST CUTS
I        BECAUSE DF WOMAN AWAY ALL HEII HAIR
Lebeau, S.D., Nov 16.���In an Indignation meeting yesterday leading
citizens protested against the burial
In ni' near the city of the body of L.
T. Perkins, 50 years of age, who was
killed about two miles oul ot town
Wednesday in an automobile accident. This tnwn has no graveyard
and dors not   want any.
Public-spirited   <-iii.'i-;is.  immediati
ly Perkins' bodj   was taken from beneath  the  machine, began  contributing towards a fund to Bend it    pnst
baste in Mellette, S.D., 11 lies - -
on the Minneapolis & St. Louis Hallway, in the nearest  undertaker.
'I hi-, is  the  lirst  death In or neai
Lebeau  during   iis    existence    as   ���
town.    Inasmuch as the accident  occurred two mill s from town the municipal   record   is  yet  clear, and    tl i
, rights ni' Perkins' relatives to    bur)
. him within  the corporate limits    I
j questioned.
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One    Committed    Murder    and    Two   Winnipeg  Girl    Aw.ikes    to Discover
Others  Fought   Duel   Fatal   to That  She  H.is Shorn
Bottl- Herself.
KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS COUNCIL
Mi ets   second    and    fou I
Mondays at    s p.m.,   st. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood St.
Philadelphia,    Nov.    16.���Jealously
, over a  womaa  w hos    husban I  > i.-1
years ago ��� committed the\ "Manayunl
matress murder," one   of the most ri
volting crimes in  the  history  of  I n
' city, caused two men   "day to engagi
| in a duel that resulte   In the death of
1 mir and the fatal  wounding    of the
other.
The    encounter    occurred    at  the
boarding-house  of  Mis   Jennie  Nlel,
when Angelo Delasco almost severed
the   head   of   Louis   Festl,   his   rival
Delasco.    hlmsi      bli   ding from  two
, bullet  wounds, held a crowd at  bay,
land with his blood-sme.areJ  knife in
his   hand,   succeeded   In   making   b\>
escape.    He was latei   run down  by
I the police and remo\ i .i tei a hospital
where he is dying.
According  t"   the   storj   i��� .iti    the
police, Festi was last evening accepted  as a  boarder In  the  nous .    Del
, &sco, at ilu- bn akfast-table ^ja morn-
Ing,   J.'M   tin     \oia,a;,    I.e.at   She   Ol I   I
choose between them.
I-', sti drew a revolver, aad lie
seized  a knife foi -,  th    I ib i .    The
out,  but   Di    >ci      knife
found his rivalV throat  and he drew
" ii from car to ear, almost severing
the   head.
The woman's husband, Angele Mel,
was the si If-confi u ed murderer ot an
Italian  a I .;    Insane
jealously  over   his   n>1fe,   be   cul   to
; e - es and tied ihe remains up In a
. mattress, throwing It Into the Schuylkill river. Id later comn Itti _ suicide in Moyamensiug prison.
Winnipeg, Nov. 16.���To wake up a td
and thai her beautiful brown tresses
bad disappeared, was the expo.
ui nineteen-year-old Gretchen Greto-
wiski, 255 College Street, Nortii Winnipeg, last Sunday  morning.
.Miss Gretowiski had a heavy head
of hrown hair, which reached consid-
blj below her waist, and e\,.ry
night sin was In the habit of making
it into a braid. She dui this Saturdaj
night, as usual, but on starting to
tke her toilette nexi morning she
discovered that  the hair  was gone.
A search of Gretchen's room was
rewarded by the finding of a pair of
scissors and some locks oi dark
mown hair on the dresser. The remainder oi the hair was hanging on
��� a towel rack near by.
The explanation is that Gretchi n i>
a  somnambulist    She    remembered
' having   talked   Saturday   nigl t   to   a
girl   friend  who  had  recently   recovered from an attack of typhoid fever,
e  iring which her hair had been crop-
ipea t>ff clngp jo her ��ead.   During her
ims this incidi nl was recalled to
ben'fl  brain,  and   she  anv.-  and
cut off her own hair.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
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Is the place to buy or sell new and
bi cond-hand goods of any kind. W��
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whifh we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
.    We also have a Bplendld lar'-"^-' caM
of
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE    M��;is|
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
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Oorner Eights St. tn��   Fifth Amu
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SOWRLl. A OOOr, ProorntoH
Woman  Killed  by Electric Car.
E  lex, Ont,, Nov. 16.���Mrs. Charles
A.  Bartosh was struck and Instantly
lied  by a Windsor.  Essex  &   Lake
I Erie electric car heie last night.   She
was   crossing  the   rails,    when   Bhe
slipped in ii ont of a car.
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be guests at the dinner to the king of
Portugal at Guild hall.
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.olumliia St.      "Man on thfl Wl t.   | lf)o  n   ^eek
Winter Underwear
Have you laid irt your supply yet? Our range of
sizes in all these lines is complete, and with our extensive assortment of weights and styles you are
sure of getting just the kind of Underwear to suit
you here. ^
Heavy Weights For the Workingman.
per BLACK    RIBBED WOOL, Penangle brand, a popular line.
 $2.50
eeee-:e::^srL,;��:'.'*."-"st ,.
Interurban  Line.
Cara   for  Vancouver   and way
.stations   will   run   every half
hour   from   5:f,0   a.  m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cara leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
dty   line.
City Line: Cara leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minute*
after, commencing at G:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour, ��
half past and fifty minutes after 1
the hour, commencing at 6:30 J
a. m. ��
���
Sunday service half-hourly hi f
PINK RIBBED WOOL, unshrinkable, a nice, sofl ���'"^g
Per Buit  	
CAMEL'S   HAIR, nleriy finished garments wnn JJ5()
wearing Qualities.     Per suit	
UUTANNIA    UNSHRINKABLE, an Imported line of^5(J
al
}      heavy English wool.      Per suit .
FINER   MAKES���
ableSwel^nishPedNE S���!^ W00L **��w_e*. ^riuk-
'   8,Jlt $2.25
Per sSMAN'S B5, a "",Ht popuIar llne ,n unshrinkable wool.
 $2.50
I   ,.  lira Of Mgh"
ING   GOLD   FLEECE.   The most populm "" $6 50
.VfR     derwear.    Per suit	
Rrade un
Ilnt  v0"
^ are only a few of our leading.lines, w     ' ���'���,,.
TI,P8e i some idea of  our    range.      Othei    ' > o00
may acijulrt  *
per suit ...
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
The William Hunter Coi npany, Ltd*
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd %
******* ******* ********** *>** **********e******mmm *
imM-��.t       ADVFRTISE IN THE NE.W5
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CI.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boot   s
TY HALL.
and Shoes
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ESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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Businesses.
HOTEL  RUSSELL
Carnarvon. Begbie and Alexandra Streets.
PITT   LAKE     BRICK     AND
CEMENT   CO.,   LTD.
OITires Northern Crown  Bk.
TIMBER   LIMITS
Offices Northern Crown  Bk.
Head Office: Northern Crown Bank.
TELEPHONE 295.
Businesses.
GROCERIES
Opp.   Russell  Hotel.
FINANCIAL BROKERAGE
Offices Northern Crown  Bk.
REAL ESTATE
Offices Northern  Crown  Ilk
P. 0. BOX 249.
E. J. Fader, proprietor of the Russell Hotel, has recently added a grocery business to
his many undertakings. The new stores are facing the Russell Hotel on Carnarvon
street, forming part of the Odd Fellows Block. The stores are perhaps the best
adapted to the grocery business in the city; the entire flooring being of concrete, mice
and other rodents are unable to penetrate. The stock is entirely new, the best and
purest of every line only being kept, and the prices, as shown below, are impossible to
beat. Since starting business in the Royal City E. J. Fader has spent hundreds of
thousands of dollars in salaries, and confidently looks forward to his store being strongly
patronized by not only the business men of the city, but by all careful housewives looking for the best as well as the cheapest.
Attention is also drawn to the Pitt Lake Brick, Real Estate and Timber propositions,
and Machinery.
E. J. Fader's Grocery Store
Telephone   97
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK. EIGHTH   AND  CARNARVON   STS.
New store and fresh, clean stock.
Note these prices and compare with
what you are paying:
CHOICE SEEDED RAISINS���
Hl-ounee packages, 3 packages for
CHOICE CLEANED CURRANTS���
3 pounds for   	
LEMON AND ORANGE PEEL���
2 pounds for *   ���
25c
.25c
.25c
GREAT WEST BAKING POWDER���
(This ls a good baking powder), 12 ounce tins, each 15c
FRESH GROUND COFFEE���
(Fader's Special)    ^ *'��� 3 lbs' $1'00
CEYLON TEA���
(Fader's Special)      35c lb., 3 lbs. $1.00
WHITE BEANS���
6 pounds for     ' ���'
JAPAN RICE���
G pounds for  	
EVAPORATED PRUNES��� .
4 pounds for   	
GRANULATED SUGAR���
18 pounds for	
CASTILE SOAP���
2 bars for  	
CASTILE SOAP���
3 cakes for       ��� ��� ���   	
OATMEAL AND COLD CREAM TOILET SOAP-
Per dozen '
TAYLOR'S WASHING POWDBR-
Per package   	
.25c
.25c
.25c
.$1.00
.20c
.10c
.25c
The Pitt Lake Brick and Cement Co.
is placing on the market building brick thai defies competition. We will be pleased to show you samples of both face
and common brick and to quote  prices.
We will deliver the .goods In large or small lots at short '
notice.
OFFICE   248   COLUMBIA   ST.  TELEPHONE   295.     P.   O.   BOX   249.
Inside Property.
Come and have a look at a block of city property, comprising thirty lots, that I will sell for $7500. The terms are
easy and the property good.
E. J. FADER,
Offices: Northern Crown Bank.
Donkey Engine.
I will sell at a snap one Donkey Engine ln flrst-class con-
dltlon, also booms, cliains, logging chains and blocks.
E. J. FADER,
Offices:  Northern Crown Bank.
Crockery and Glassware.
As we do not Intend to carry this  line,  we  are clearing  It
out AT COST, and some lines even less than cost.
SEE OUR DINNER SETS FOR $12.50.      IF    YOU    REQUIRE
ONE YOU WILL BUY.
PROMPT DELIVERY.
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PAGE EIGHT.
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BT THE DAILY NEWS. "
^ESDAY, N0VEMBEB
The Opposing Railway Policies
of the Government and the Provincial Rights Parties
in the Interior.
(PUBLISHED  BY  COURTESY OF THE SATURDAY SUNSET.)
.J. !��������
Readers are earnestly requested to
carefully study the above map. It
shows the routes to be adopted by
the opposing parties after present
ejection. 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 to the
extent of $35,000, if the McBrlde Government is re-elected. The other line
alongside it ls the C. P. R.
The Kettle Valfey line ls the zig
zag black line from Penticton to Merritt where it connects with the C
P. R.
It will be seen that this line does
not touch Princeton coal, that lt Is
many miles from Granite Creek coal
and that it gives no connection between Aspen Grove and Nicola. There
is nothing in the McBrlde policy to
provide for any of these connections.
Neither Is there any short connection
across the Hope Mountains Penticton by the Kettle Valley route is 3fi0
miles from Vancouver. By the Opposition  policy  lt  would be onlv  241
miles. Princeton, which is i ( touched by the K. V., would, by the Opposition policy, be 15tt miles from Vancouver. Granite Creek coal would be
130 miles. Hedley would be 1.:, miles
and Keremeos 196 miles. Ml 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, i, |B Verv
much in favor of it. It provides Part
of the Hope Mountain link which the
Opposition   is  committed  to
Note where the dotted lin,  touches
the Kettle Valley line on the Coquo-
halla.    That  Is  just   37  miles.    The
Opposition  will  build that  link, and
give the Kettle Valley, the C, P. R.,
the  V.  V.  &   E.  and  all  other roads
running rights over it.    THAT LINK
IS THE  KEY TO  THE  SITUATION.
By  lt  the  can  control   freight  rates
to any  part  of  Southern  Britsh  Columbia.    The  V.   V.  &  E.    would be.
only too glad to build from Prlncton
where the line |g now completed   to \
the junction of the K. V. and the Government line.   Tims the whole of the
Southern Simllkameeu, the' Boundary!
the Okanagan, the Kootenays, would
be connected up at one stroke and
the province would be ln absolute
control of tho freight situation.
The heavy line from Kamloops to
Nicola is the proposed G. T. P. "ne.
That line might be extended to Hope
by following the route of the K. V.
up the Coldwater and going down the
Conuohalla, but if the K. V. is built
that will not be necessary as the G.
T. P. can secure running rights over
the K. V. to the Government line and
thus come Into Hope.
The G. T. P. Is willing now to en
ter into a contract to bulId from ^
Jaune Cache and to """gKtt is
struction as soon as U"
S,S'Prov,nc.a.Ri8^^iknRt
(opposed to the coming oM ^biiilt
It wants the C. N. R. w
aln *'''lch-
wants il to come on a banpwf ff,]idl
will he fair to British Ogflfyue*
will return value for ���� fl -*...
given to it. Under the > '�� and
lev we get a maximum ol^ <#_-
a minimum of either ser ; <Jy ���0
trol of rates, in fact absoiu
control. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE.
Can
iadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
VICTOR
ROUTE.
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
j and arrival of malls at the New West
| minster post office, the hour giTen i���
ieach case being the hour or closing,
which is hull' an hour, as a rule   be-
,..,., r, ,. !fore ,he actu"' despatch.    AU mails,
MrnUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE junless otherwise stated, are despatch-
-"�� ed and received dally except Sundav.
The   only   mails   dispatched   and   re
celved Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. H. east mails, not Including
the   way   malls,     Sapperton,     FraSei
Mills and Coquitlam.
Railway Time Tables I AN ENOCH ARDEN
s.s
Princess Victoria leaves Van-
J: ",,���i    g0ing direct Ui Seat-
jouver./' ''," ;t Wednesday.
\ffaSS '-ives Vancouver 1
i.,iiv for Victoria,
����������� ftcess Charlotte  leaves   Van
^.'    '  .--   daily,  except  Friday
.ouvei'. l"
or Victoria
ia a.m. daily,  except
SS. Trader
D; ^stminster eW  *>
>;;., .   W.-siminst,
nesday.
will  leave Victoria tor
every Tuesday,
r on
Mails Despatched.
C:00 a.m.   (closed at eleven o'clock
the  previous   night)���Vancouver    via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver aDd Victoria via
\Ved |B. C. Blactric railway.
First C.  1'.  R. east taking all points
least Including Langley and districl.
-ot misT ROUTE Tlic'  m'dil   ioT  Abboisiord aud  dls-
WEST COAST ROUib. Llct| ciayburn and district, Hunting-
SS' Tees- jdon and district, and .Matsqui are des-
,   lV,< Victoria ll P-m, lsl and 14'h patched by wav of Vancouver.
for Quatsino and    way 8  a.m.���Blaine    and    Seattle,    ,,,.
of each   '-��"'��� eluding all U.S. points east and sontn;
Ino,  Cape    Scott  and and ,,.,,,-, ,.r;ijri.. Fernridge and Haz
,, .   orts.             elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
  Saturdays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE. All Surrey malls are received from
SS Joan. Cloverdale, except Hall's  Prairie, Ha
Vancouver  2 p.m. daily,  ex- jelmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
aay    Leaves Nanaimo at  7    !�� P��* ti"""""  "���"l!< ��"  Tuesdays
lliursd.iys   aud   Saturdays.
  11:00 a.m.��� Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via LS. C. Electric Rail-
| way.
I_i::i0  p.m.���Strawtierry    Hill,  Tim-
Iberland   and   South   Westminster,   hy
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:80 p.m.���East Burnany, by courier.
2:U0 p.m.���Burqultlam,   y courier,
2:00 p.m. (Summer montns ciose at
:30 except  Saturday)���Ladner,  Port
[Guichon,   Westham    Island  an.l   Bun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J, C. Bruce."      (Steveston inafl despatched and receive,] via Vancouver.)
2:30    p.m.���-Vancouver   and    Fiper
l Siding, via G.  N.  R, nortii.
..,,. 3   p.m.���Cloverdale,   Nleomekl,   and
FRAbER RivtK. Port Kv,]]s (luilv  clayton ,,��� Tuesday,
S.S.  Beaver. Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne-
Fr ::.  New   Westminster     Monday, ]heilii on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
!  Friday at 8 a.m. [cord. Tuesday and Friday.
FromC Uliwack Tuesday, Thursday      4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and  Burnaby
Iti IS at 7 a.m. pake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Sat-
  nrday an extra mail is despatched to
For  ri    rvatlons   an.l   information | Victoria   via  Vancouver at  this  hour
... IdreSs Blaine and  Seattle, including all  la
ED. GOULET, 's- pointa east and south, via G. N. K
Agent. New Westminster   "Flyer."
G  p.m.���Second  C.  P. R., east,  Fra
C.  B,  FOSTER, ser mjiis.      This  mail takes the foi-
Pass   Agent, Vancouver. lowlng    ]oca]    places:     Barnet   and
.1. W. TROUP, jPortMoo.lv. P:tt Meadows, Port Ham-   .-
iniind,   Port   Haney,    Mission,    Chilli- ! If
wack, Harrison  Hot Springs. Agasslz,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spences' Uddo.. \ic-
eola  and   district,  and  "ii   points
eexcept Kootenays.
U
.- pi
. i.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
a Royal,   Leaves   Vancouver j
.:. 25 and Jul. 9.
\1.,,     leaves     Vancouver
| July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C  ROUTE,
princess Bea rice leaves  Vancouvei
uce 13 .""I July :;-
B.C. COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS  tin'""  City  leaves    Vancouver
I June l! and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
B  C E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneuuie.
i-ars leave  Vaucouver ior New Westminster at v\vv, 6:50, 1:20 aud 8:UU
a.m., aud every halt hour tbereatter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New  Westminster for Vancouver at 5:60, 0:2U, 6:50, 7:20 aud
8:00 a.m., aud every half hour thereafter until 11:00 ii.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New Westminster at 8:00 aud 0:0u a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
'are leave New Westminster for Vai.
couver at ":0o a.m., and .'Very lia
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lasi
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local  Manager,  New
Westminster.
OF NEW CENTURY
Man   Long  Given   Up for  Dead   Reappeared���Was Wedded  Near
Port  Hope.
SEVERE WINTER
AHEAD FOR EUROPE
Wesl End Solid
For Oliver Policies
9:40
ar. Seattle 7:15
Great   Northern   Railway.
-v. N.W,  8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle  3:35
p.m.
Lv.  N.  W.   11  a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:55
.in.
l.v. N. W. 4:32 p.m.; ar. Seattl
p.m,
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.;
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
p.m
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
ar.
N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W. 9:30
ar.
ar.
N.W. 6:20
N.W. 6:25
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
cily. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Guichon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each week
day;   arrives   8:50  a.m.
Leaves X. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except   Sunday:   ar.  Guichon  at   7   nm.
Fargo. N.D., Nov. IH.���As a result
of the return of William .Mutton to
Cortland, N.Y., after an absence so
long that he was given up by relatives and friends for dead, W. S.
Dudley, formerly of Cortland, N. V-.
was today grained a decree Of divorce by Judge Charles A. Pollock
i" the district conn from Eugenia
A. Dudley, formerly Mrs, William
Mutton. Unlike most North Dakota
divorce suits, action was characterized With no fight for Ihere was no
issue. The ense was tiie most unique
iii the history of the court, being near
repetition of Enoch Arden, a story
witli more modern finish.
Muiion disappeared from New
Vork in 1888, and. following the lapse
of the legal five years, Mrs. Mmi.en
was In 1893 married to W. S. Dudley, the ceremony taking place at Rochester, N. V. Mysterj surrounded
the disappearance of the man believed in be dead. The marriage of
-Mutioii occurred ai Cramahe Township, Northumberland County, near
Pen Hope, Ont., on December 18, 1885.
()al> personal reasons brought Dudley to North Dakota, as a decree could
jusi as easily have been secured in
New York.
"Human Hearts."
"Human Means" will be presented !
this season with an entirely new
scenic equipment. Mr. W. E. Nanke-
ville, at great expense had photographic views for tlie new scenes taken in
the hills of Arkansas, in the locality
where the scenes of the play are laid
so as to have the production as true
io life as possible. Thes ��� photographs were turned over to the scenic
artist and the result has been most
satisfactory. Mr. Nankeville also
commissioned the photographer to
pick up anything in the way Of properties that might lend color to any of
the scenes. The artist acquired an
anvil and bellows from the village
blacksmith shop, that were once used
by the prototype of Tom Logan, the
hero of the play. "Human Hearts" in
all its new scenic splendor, will be
seen at the New Westminster Opera
House  on   Friday,   November  19.
Years     Ending   With  a 9     Have   Evil
Reputation���Suffering Always
Severe.
(Continued  trom Page One.)
London, Nov, 16.���This year's miserable summer, as far as Europe is
concerned, Is likely to be followed by
an exceptionally severe winter, 11 a
Paris meteorologist ls to be believed.
He finds on consulting ancient ehron-
Son,   he  was  proud  to  stand  on  the
platform  for  and  with a Native Son.
| He remarked  that today we find ab-
, solutely  no    sectionalism    in British
Columbia and that that was a condi-
j tion  arising    from    our avoidance of
the mistakes of our ancestors.      We
all  stood together    for the common
good.      lie also    made    the  ri-ilway
issue the main subject of his address
and pointed out that wheu there were
icles lhal years ending with a !> hav*
always had an evil  reputation for in-!1    "��� '        !::        '     '        ���> ���''���'"""
clemency of weather,
lie recalls the winter of 859, when
which were not easily reached, it was
nii    to    the    government    to provide
the northern part of the Adriatic was | ?eBnB. "f transportation as they had
al Superintendent  victoria.
CANADIAN
east
in-
lt.
jGrand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweel
P'lcago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
[Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
7 '  day.   Thursday   and   Saturday)   Wood
I '       thc principal business centers of [ward, via steamer .1. C. Bruce. (Steves
(ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI-
Mails   Received.
G:4.'i a.m.���Blaine and Seatt
ieluding all U. S. points, via G.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. c. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.��� Vancouver and Victoria,
via G N. K.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladn-r. Port
Guichon. Westham  Island and  (Tues
- CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
A Novel Production.
Messrs. Cohan and Harris will pre-
I seni Geo. M. Cohan's much heralded
I musical play, "Forty-Five Minutes
i From Broadway," with Charley Brown
in the leading role, after successful
runs in New Vork, Chicago and Bos-
ion, to play-goers of this city at the
; opera house on Monday, November
To Victoria���Daily at 1:30 p.m. 22. It Is said that Miss Elizabeth
To Alaska���November 23, ll p.m. Drew wi���, portraVs the role of "Plain
To   Queen   Charlotte   Island���Nov- Mary," is given several serious emo
FROM  VANCOUVER.
TIME PROVINCES.
I1    tee BUFFALO, NEW YORK ano
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Timu Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VALX.
I Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
%nt, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
%n Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8: 10 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Eraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
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FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
1. O. O. F��� AMITY LODGE, NO. 27- ���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Carnarvon street, every M .today evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
,ether novelty and surprises that was
noticeable ln his Liui<> Johnny Jones,
��� Miss Drew as "Mary," a housemaid in
' the Castleton  household in New  Ro-
| clielle. a New York suburb just forty-
i live iiiiiiutrs from Broadway by rail,
is the central figure in the piece and
about  ber in tlie development of the
story are a young millionaire, a sou-
brette, a mercenary mother, a villainous   stockbroker,   many   minor   characters, and "Kid  Burns." a Broadway
boy who   expresses    much   practical
philosophy   in     entertaining     slang.
This   role   is   portrayed   by    Charley
Brown.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday ln each mouth. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend, j the fact that more than
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4089, l.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday In the
month at S o'clock, iu the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF BAUU_i$
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p.m. In the Eagles'
hall, Columbia slreet. J. N. Altch
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schoiield, Secret
tary.
JOaRD OF TRADE*-NBW Wl.S'l
minster Board of Trade meets in tlie
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the intra
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly mating. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191��� Meets on the flrst and third
Tuesday of every month In K, of P-
hall.     Chief, W. Sutherland.
I. O. G. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday even
Ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL BOCIETIBS
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F, nnd A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.I L. O. L.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C, O.
F. Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. U��.
Employers' Liability Law.
Washington, Nov. Hi.���The employers' liability law of 1906 was yesterday declared by the supreme court of
the United States to be constitutional
in territories of the United States
and the district of Columbia, despite
a year ago
this law was declared to be unconstitutional when applied to the states.
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y!b^&Co.3e,Br'"d"sN.u.s.
Bfanch Omoe. (Ed F SU, Waibiauion. Jj.
done lung ago when thej had built
the Cariboo road. The policy that
bad sanctioned the building oi that
road was a policy that looked for results and that was the kind llial lloll-
I est .liibn Oliver was putting before
| the people of the province today.
The speaker read reports from a
government survej of the Hope
Mountains taken a few years ago. The
report shows thai a railway, with a
maximum gradlenl of - 1-2 per cent.
could be built from Hope to Princeton at a cost of {2,800,000. The report wenl on to show thai there
would be more business in the territory tapped by this Une than could
be well taken care of by a single railroad.
Cheap Freight Rates.
Mr. Grant  pointed out  thai  ii was
imi by competition that the rates on
freight   were reduced bul   io  legislation,     lie said that the Railway Commission  had  done    more    to  cheapen
rates than all the competition in Canada bad ever dune.     In this connection the Vancouver board of trade had
scored    Premier   McBride    and    bad
I telegraphed  to him to have the con-
Cologne,   Germany,     Xov.   111.���The   trol   of   the   rates   vested  In  the  gov-
Cologne Gazette today prints the de-<ernmenl in the agreement with Mac-
frozen over, and In 1179, when sev-
I era! feel of snow lay for months
over the entire temperate zone. In
1269 tin- entire width of the Baltic
Sea was crossed by sledge. In 1339 [
a greal many persons were frozen to
'death In England. In 1409 the Danube was frozen up from her source
to her ost um >  in the Black Sea.
in 1469 all vines In Prance wan'
killed by frost. In 1609 and 1639
the porl of Marseilles was frozen over
and there was great suffering and
disirass. in 1709 France was icebound rrom north to south, the Ice
extending for mib-s seaward, isinls
and animals fell  dead  from cold.
The years 1729, 1749, 1769 and 1789
were also noted for severe cold and
prolonged frosts, all the central
European rivers being frozen up for
weeks. Snow lay continuously for 45
days over central Europe in I82fl and
1S39. Long and severe winters were
also those of 1879 and 1899.
EMPRESS ORDERED     ,
GENERAL' MASSACRE
tails of a battle between tlie forces
of Prince Abate and Princi' Abralie.
minor Abyssinian rulers, in which
over 3,000 were killed in 75 hours
of fighting, The forces undei- Abate
were victorious and Ahrahe was captured.
While the bai tie was on, Empress
Taitu. wife of King Menelik, prayed
unceasingly for the success of Abate
secluding herself in tlie royal chapel,
where she knelt for hours with a
heavy wooden cross on her shoulders
When Abates victory was made
known to her. she ordered the victorious prince to devastate Hie entire
region Inhabitated by the supporters
of Abrahe, and to massacre the population. King Menelik, however, countermanded the order of the empress
and  issued  an  edict  of  mercy.
50,000   ENGLISHMEN   AV/AIT
JOBS ON G. T. P. RAILWAY
Ottawa, Nov. 16.���The secretary of
the local branch of the St. George's
Society received replies from St.
George's societies ai Toronto, Halifax
Montreal and St. John in reference to
the local suggestion that branches of
iliis society all over Canada co-operate
iu sending a big resolution to Sir
Wilfrid Laurier, asking him not to allow Orientals to be brought Into Canada to work on railways being constructed,     li   Is  claimed  thai     50, '
Englishmen would be glad to come
to Canada lo do this work, and that
therefore there is no need of Orientals.
LIPTON   MAY   ENTER
RACE FOR CUP IN  1911
New York, Xov. Hi.���It was said
last night at Hie Lambs' club, where
Sir Thomas Lipton had been a guest
of the trustees of the Larchmont
Yacht club, that he had come to an
understanding with the New York
club regarding the conditions under
which another race for the America's
cup may be sailed in 1911. His next
challenge, it is understood, will be so
framed as to meet the approval of
the governors of Hie New York Yacht
club.
Farmer   Had   Bar   Fitted   Up.
Brockville, Xov. 16.���License Inspector Ross and Provincial Detective Stone of Prescott Saturday made
a call at the residence of an Eliza-
bethtown farmer where they found a
bar fitted up and quantity of ale and
a few bottles of whiskey on Hie premises: The Inspector bad learned that
several cases of whiskey from a Montreal firm came addressed to the
man in quest ion a few days ago but
no trace of the consignment could be
found anywhere. Exlslng conditions
warrants tlie inspector in lodging information under the liquor act and
the case will be aired before Police
Magistrate Deacon in  Brockville.
kenzie and .Mann, but no satisfactory
answer bad been received. He said
that lie would confer with the railway
about it.
"But why." asked the speaker,
''didn't he confer with the people
about it? We must control the railway or tlie railway will control us.
John Oliver's policy is not, 'Two
roads where one lias been.' but 'One
road where none has been.' "
Aid. Johnston.
Candidate Johnston was given a
rousing reception when be rose to his
feet, and gracefully acknowledged the
plaudits of the crowd. He said that
he regretted extremely that Premier
McBride had seen fit to introduce personal vilification Into the campaign.
By liis remarks reported in yesterday's papers it would appear that he
had forgotten that he was a gentleman and had remembered lhat he
was a politician. He could only do
himself and his cause barm by bis
attack on Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper
and his esteemed father.
The  Labor Question.
In regard to the labor question, Mr.
Mel.ride had promised to do all in
his power to restrict Oriental labor.
The candidate said that he thought
that the best way to do that was to
make the Oriental live up to the
standard of living set by the white
man. iie said that lie bad Ieen a
bard worker himself, and his father
had been a hard worker before liini.
"If there are any laborers present,"
announced Hie candidate, "they will
lind in me a friend who takes an interest in them and wbo will leave no
stone unturned to see that they get
British fair play. "Whether I represent them or not," continued tlie
speaker, "I will always do my best to
assist them in whatever way I can."
Speaking of the leader, John Oliver,
Mr. Johnston said that a finer man
never stepped. He was a man who
had never uttered a dishonest statement or done a dishonest act In his
life, and whose whole record both in
puhlic and private life, would bear
the searchlight of publicity much better than that of many men now holding high position in the province.
"I predict great things for Mr.
Oliver when the ballots of the coming election are counted, and the
fruits of our campaign for justice and
honesty become apparent."
The candidate stated that Mr. Bowser had been back east at the last
general election and had predicted a
sweeping victory for tlie Conservatives. He was now predicting another and perhaps lie would be as
wrong this time as he was in the
last. In every place .Mr. Bowser
bad spoken hack east the Liberal
candidate had been returned to
power.
"1 wisli lie would come over and
speak in my behalf," remarked Mr.
Johnston.
After the meeting the enthusiastic
crowd gave three cheers for Johnston,
McConnell and Grant, ai_d passed a
vote of thanks to the speakers and to
Chairman,  McAdam.
Religious Riot In Itlay.
Leghorn, Italy, Nov. 16��� Father
Germelli. who recently was challenged by the Socialist deputy, Pedrecoa,
to deliver In public sermons proving
the miracles at Lourdes, gave a lee- Toronto, Nov. 16.���Mrs. May, of 685
ture yesterday on tlie subject in the i Dovercourt Road, will appear in police
SICK   CHILDREN   GONE,
OFFICERS ANNOYED
cathedral here. A great crowd gatlv
ered and the Catholics applauded,
while the antl-Catbolics shouted "VivP
Ferrer." The Catholics then Intoned
a hymn, and tumult followed. The
police intervened ancl made several
arrests and protected the friars from
anti-clerical  attacks.
court on December 7, charged with a
very   unusual   offence.
The health officers received word
on Friday that Mrs. May's children
were ill with diptheria, but when
they got to the house the two little
ones were not there. Mrs. May refused to tell where she had sent them
so the offlcrs could not tak the precautions necessary in such serious
cases of contagious diseases.
It is feared that if they have been
sent to another house they may spread
To Curtail Production.
Milwaukee,   Mass.,     Nov.   Ki.���'I'he
United States Rubber company's boot
mill  here  will   be  shut    down    next
week for an indefinite period for tlie j infection, and if they carry the dia
purpose of curtailing production. Eight j ease to tlie neighboring community
hundred hands will be thrown out of | the city of Toronto may be held Ha-
work. ble for damages. The charges against
Mrs.   May,  when   she  comes    up  in
Cholera in Germany.
Washington, Nov.  16.���Cholera has
court,   is  that  she  did    "obstruct a
sanitary inspector in Hie performance
invaded the eCrman side of the Rus-, of his duty when endeavoring to make
sian border, and according to the U-   effective provision for the public safe-
S. consular agent at Koenigsburg,
twenty-two cases including seven
deaths have occurred so tar.
ty in properly Isolating two children
who had been exposed to a contagious
(' disease known as diptheria."
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEM
BER ��
United British Columbia
Against Spoliation!
t
To the Electors of British Columbia:
Since the announcement of the railway policy, a number of events have
occurred which make it clear that we
have reached a political crisis in the
Province, which requires your most
careful consideration. The promulgation of the policy was at once followed by the resignations of the Finance
Minister, Mr. Tatlow. and the Minister of Lands. Mr, Fulton, on the
grounds that they could not give their
support to the arrangement arrived
at by Mr. McBride and Mr. Mann.
As was to be expected, the reasons
which made it impossible for their
Ministers to remain in the Cabinet
have already commended themselves
to the public at large without regard
to political alliances, with the result
that Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper. a
lifelong Conservative of the greatest
ability and distinction, and many
others who. like him. refuse to be
forced by partisan considerations to
join in the spoliation of the Province,
have declared themselves as vigorously opposed to the conclusion of an
arrangement which must inevitably
destroy our credit, while securing
nothing in return.
In his nomination speech, the Hon.
Mr. Bowser said: "In giving you the
Canadian Northern, we are not giving you one, but two transcontinental, for the G. T. P. intends to rush
its Fort George to Vancouver branch
in competition, and expects to reach
here flrst, then the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul is coming to our
coast, thus giving Vancouver and the
Lower Mainland at an early date six
transcontinental railways.
If we are to have six transcontinental railways serving Vancouver and
the Lower .Mainland at an early day,
is it possible to conceive of a wilder
and more unconsidered project than
that of pledging the entire credit of
the Province to secure the construction of only one of these lines, especially in view of the admission of
the Hol. Mr. Bowser, that in any
event tne Grand Trunk Paciflc railway expects to reach Vancouver In
advance of that railway? If the
Grand Trunk Pacific and Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul, to say nothing of
the other lines to which he refers,
can come and are coming here without a guarantee or aid of any kind,
what madder project could be conceived than that of exhausting our
credit to bring in a single railway
which, like the rest, Is a declared
transcontinental railway, and must
come here in any event, and which
we could not keep out of the Province  in  any case?
It is admitted that the route proposed by Mr. McBride and Mr. Mann
double-track the G. T. P. in the Yel-
lowhead Pass and the C. P. R. down
the Fraser Valley. It is admitted thai
by the proposed Kettle Valley connection, tlie Okanagan and Kootenay
countries can be readied only by a
long and circuitous route, a great
part of which would also Mouble-
track the C. P. R. The short and direct road to this city from the thickly
settled Kootenays and the rich Okanagan district is by the Hope Mountains portal, which Mr. Mann forced
Mr. McBride to abandon. The proper
route from Kamloops is that by Nicola Lake up the Coldwater, down the
Coquohalla, and thence to Vancouver,
a route which nowhere double-tracks
an existing railway, and everywhere
opens up new and valuable territory.
The two absolutely esesntlal conditions to be complied with in any project for railway aid ln this Province
are: First, the opening up of new territory, and second, cheap transportation. The McBride-Mann scheme, on
the contrary, provides for doulili-
tlacking the C. P. R. throughout most
of its length, and does not contemplate the building of a single branch
line. It makes no provision whatever
with regard to freight rates. In his
nomination speech Mr. Bowser said:
"There might be some questioning as
to the control of passenger and freight
rates, but when we discussed this
matter witli Mackenzie & Mann we
came to the conclusion that it would
not be wise to have such a clause Inserted in the agreement." The McBride Government, after consideration, deliberately decided  to exclude
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 on'
task of opening-up and developing
over 300,000 square miles of territory,
the only reason that would be put
forward .oi aiding a double-tracking
through line of easy grades would be
that it would reduce freight and passenger rates to a minimum, yet we
are told a proviso to this effect woul 1
be unwise. Could anything be more
obvious tha ntlie fact that under this
wild and unconsidered arrangement
u.- arc asked to mortgage our credit
to the last dollar for a railway which
refuses to give us an consideration
whatever in return?
1 have stated repeatedly that we
arc not oppose-] to the coming of the
Canadian Nori ern. bul are anxious
to bring it in In 1908 Mr. McBride
said 'Fi.-fintly no doubt. We will
have Macki n/ie <^ Mann knocking at
our deeis lei u>: give decent intelligent rncoui'iijjf'ment to these undertakings bul W t us give nothing
more.' At the same time he said:
' It actually does seem to me that
the I ail ways aiv doing better without
Ciovernm. nt born see than they did
��hjn thf-} w ., in receipt of these
favors from 'i,< 0'vernment of the
day'' A mce c\'i��� ordinary change
of \iev than that which Mr. McBride
has eypub-'ioc 1 since Mackenzie &.
Mann "knocked at the door'' would
be haul to liahgine T adhere to the
position v.ll..t V McBride lias
abandoned nnd can only repeat his
woids hi us give decent Intelligent
onrou: au in i.t to these undertaking,
but    let    us   give   DOthing    IlUH'e.''
To lighten the burden for the Prov-
Ine as much as possible, and at the
same tmio provide for what is absolutely essential���THE OPENING UP
OF NEW TERRITORY���my proposition would be to get Dominion and
Provincial cash subsidies for the road
from Yellowhead. down the North
Thompson to Kamloops: thence by
way of Nicola Lake to Merritt; up
the Coldwater to the Summit,  down
the Coquohala to Hope, and thence to
the coast. 1 understand the Canadian
Northern objects to building through
the Hope mountains on account of the
grade. 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 Government road, connecting with the V., V. A: E. and the B.
('. Electric railroads to the west of
the Hope Mountains, and with the
V.. V. & lv. the Kettle Valley railway
and the Canadian Northern railway to
the east of tho mountains. If this
were dope, running rights could bt'
granted to all these roads, on a basis
similar to that on which rights of a
similar character are given to run
over the railway bridge at N'ew Westminstei-. Under sucli arrangements
not only would new areas be opened
up by every mile of railway, but all
points in the Kootenays 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 as 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, the Province would be guaranteed the Immediate construction of
one thousand miles of railway, every
mile of which would open up new
territory, instead of 500 miles, of
which 800 miles doubletracks railways already In existence, while only
200 miles are intended to serve new
territory. Even of the BOO miles
offered by the McBride-Mann agreement much that ls not double-trackage is simply waste, as for example,
the proposal to reach Vancouver from
the  Kettle  Valley  by  way of  S]
Bridge  and   the    C.   P.   It   inst.
coming by the short and direct route
by  way of Hope mountains.
The madness of the McBrldi   project, and all the circumstances under
which   it   has   been   forced   upon   the
electors���who are not offered a
pleted   agreement,   wbo    are   kepi  In
tlie   dark   as   to   what   it   mav   finally
contain,  who are  daily  misled  a.- to
what  it  dors contain, whei ari   i
time  to consider  its  provisions,   ind
from whom the voters' lists are craftily   withheld   for   the  delih. rati   pur
pose of preventing a free expri
of public opinion���Bhould be b
cient  warning that  a crisis ha> bi ��� '���
reached In the management of the affairs of the province which may lead
to disaster which it  is impossible to
overestimate.
The    present Is therefore    not the
time to allow ourselves to be blinded
or  even   influenced   by  party  cons 1
orations.        Two    Ministers    of   the
Crown, and many others of character
and  integrity, have    refused to have
their hands tied while the province is
being   plundered   by   the   sacrlflci
our credit,    without    return of    a">'
kind:   what tbey  can    afford to do,
others need not be ashamed to undertake.      The present contest is In no
sense political.      It  Is no more I1"11"
tlcal  than  was  the    light  waged  by
Manitoba against    railway    monopoly
and the disallowance of railway charter...      The Opposition  which 1 bave
the honor to lead is fighting with all
the strength it can muster In favor ol
Provincial Rights, and against a mischievous attempt, pursued by met!
ods the most devious and vlclo
the purpose of handing British Colum-
bia  over,   bound   and  helpless  to  b
exploited by a railway corporation.
On behalf of a United British Columbia, I appeal confidently to every,
serious mind, to every lover ol the
Province, to spare'no efforl to Invent the realization of the McBrlde-
Bowser-Mann project.
JOHN OLIVER. fr
W����N
ESDAy, NOVEMBER 17, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  ELEVEN.
Novelties   m
Leather
Goods at
MOREY'S
just the thins' for send-
in;;' away.
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 open
ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Accounl
NOW is the best time to start one,
AS OTHERS SEE IT.
The C.  N.  R.
As security
and   Its Mortgages.
j yond Mr. Mann's noble and moving
! declaration: "it's all right, boy��; I'll
: see this doesn't cost you a cent."
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital Paid up ���$
Reserve Fund	
Total Assets	
4,700.000
5,400,000
55,000,000
New
Westminster,   B.
F. SHUTE.
C.  Brand
Manager.
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
Columbia Street.
J
Westminster
"ransf er Co.
liilce 'Pnone 18b.
Columbia
Barn 'Phone 137
Street-
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
AUDITS MADE, BOOKS OF AC
COUNTS  OPENED ON APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT   FOR   THE   HALL SAFE
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. O. BOX  795.
for    assuming the realty of guaranteeing the prin-
'o"  and   Interest  on   bonds  to   the
���"ent i,t $35,000 per mile, the Canaan Northern  Railway Company, ac-
'" statements made bv Pre-
,;   WcBride, is to give  British  Co-
,"'";i ':  "".image upon the lines It
Proposed  to build.      This offer of
""  is not, however,  part of
morandum of agreement. The
1   as published, did not  In-
' !:;l   mortgage as pari  of    the
nt's  proposed  security,  and
���" nce of   it war,    at once de-
the opposition, whose vigor-
tck  compelled  the   Premier   to
;l mn her pledge to the elector-
b' present, therefore, the Gov-
lias as security  a  mortgage
ontemplated  lines    promised
McBride, and a pledge by Mr.
anD  that,  In ease of the  province
' ' u'led upon under their guaran-
'" ol bonds aad interest to make any
Payments, i lie moneys thus expended
hall  I-- :;  charge  upon    the  whole
stpm    of    the    Canadian    Northern
liailwi
CO
yag-'Je-'e   li llvered   promptly
any part of the city.
to
[ight and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
English Watchmaker
I
itii half of the southwesi
.   tion   26,  Township   16,
li  ti r District.
,',���;. . - pi    i of the loss of certi-
te of title Number 12.179P, issued
ol Robert Fleming Sey-
been  Bled in this offlce.
Iiprcbj given that I shall,
n ol one month from
the first publication here-
m n'spaper published in
\'a   Westminster,  issue
,upllcati iel certificate, un-
b : ntlme  valid  objection
In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
a   li       Ri j Istrar Of Titles.
Office,  N'-w  West-
B.C   October 11, 1909. 242-26
Oold V
'atc'aes for Ladi a.
from
���12./5
up.
Silver
Watches,
gents'
open  face
$6.00.
Silver
Watches,
gents'
open
���case.
$7.50 up.
Agent
for    Wa
Itham
and
Kigm
Watches.
Watch
repairing
a spec
alty.
Two
F. CRAKE
doors   trom   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
TELEPHONE  604.
P.   O.  BOX  893
Japanese Employment Agents ��
Contracting and all  kinds of labor
supplied.
H.E. ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next   Cosmopolitan   It
Itei.I
I   i   mysteries of Canadian  Nor-
"' finance,    very    little is known,
d>   the private owners of the $30,-
1 capital siock know how much
tlie sale of this stock yield, d in cash
to in., company's treasury, and as to
the proceeds of the various bond  issues tlie company's statements do nol
furnish   much  light.      To  the extent
of their par  value  they  constituti   a
liberality, ol  which $26,647,730 at the
emi of .lune, 1908, an- guaranteed by
either the Dominion or provincial gov-
iiiiini Ills,   which   hold   as   security   a
lirsi mortgage to the extent ol $10,000
a mile for Manitoba and $i:;.  for
the Dominion. In addition to this
mortgage there is a second one given
as security for various issues of Perpetual Consolidated Debenture Stock,
aggregating on .lune 30, 1908, the sum
of $24,054,716. This slock is registered In London. England, and with
regard to 11 the Stock Exchange Year
Hook says thai il is secure I by "a
general charge on the undertaking,
property and assets (other than land
or money subsidies) of the company
subject to the Ontario Division
Bonds, and to charges created, or to
be created, not exceeding $10,000 per
mile of line other than the '..ST miles
In Ontario, or $15.noi per mile if
guaranteed by the parliament of the
Dominion or any of the provinces of
Canada, and is a specific firsl mortgage on certain securities deposited
with the trustees." The cost price
of the "ceitain securities" was $5,-
33,673. Any subsequent "charge
upon the whole system Of the Canadian Northern," as offere i to the
Government of Birtisb Columbia, will
thus be    in  the    nature ol    a  third
mortgage, except as to $15, a mile.
The   large  amouni   of   Canadian   Northern General Debenture Stock Is se-
No Good.
A main line through-traffic railway
I through British Columbia derives its
earnings from the Alberta wheat
fields. Its business is to get Alberta
wheat to a port by the shortest route
and easiest gradients. And that is
precisely what the C. N. K. is. Over
ami over again it has heeU admitted
by the government supporters that It
is a transcontinental line. Dan Mann
says it is and that it is the last western link in the realization of his ambition to build a transcontinental railway. Premier McBride and Attorney-General Bowser also have admitted ii over and over again. So lias
the Governmenl press of all shades.
There is no doubt whatever that the
C. N. R. is to be a transcontinental
railway designed Btrlctlj for through
traffic and for nothing else.
II absolutely refuses to recognize
the principle that ii should be a colonizing road, it refuses to recognize
anj claims of the Interior districts
for a railwaj Bervice which will develop their lutein resources. Even
in those districts through which ll
travi is tO the sea and which are nol
alreadj provided with transportation,
scani attention will be given to the
need, ,a [ocal traffic. We need not
go further than the C. P. R. to see
bow little Un- local traffic on a main
line interests a railwaj company, li
is against all the usages, practice or
policy of through railways to pay attention io local needs,
Now has British Columbia been
clamoring for a railway which merely
utilizes the province-, as a right of
way.' lias it not rather been insistently demanding a mad or system
of mads, which will develop the interior? Transcontinental roads are all
right aud we want all we can get
with reasonable Inducements, but
whai we want flrst and foremost is a
line which will develop our great, interior and which will give coast merchants direct access to its markets
and bring their produce quickly to tlie
coast. The government party makes
absolutely no pretensions that the C.
N. H. does ihis. They admit, in fact
they boast, that is a transcontinental
railway designed only .'or through
traffic and that it is not a developing
or colonizing road in any sense of the
word and is not intended to develop
the hinterland of British Columbia���
Saturday Sunset.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving- a greasy
film'behindit;GOLD DUST digsdeep aftergerms
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
_ S?aR^?e^SrSUoS>SJe helP (as an exerciser,'it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ I /
portions to cleanse \^\J////y
easily, vigorous^, J^
and without harm to
fabric,  utensil or
hands.
"Let
DUST
the GOLD
Twins   do
your work."
!
NOTICE.
hereby  given
that ;
in
IP
\\\
:
by  the
V
in
Iti
ter  &
Yukon
K
iii
! '���
!   i.e  the  I'
.rliameni
ol
ii sslon for an acl
e    tor commencing
ol  the line of    the
llway,   authorizi d    by
i r thi    Statutes  ol   L901,
: i)   of  May.  1912;  and
time for finishing and
said line in operation un-
���  e.r    May, 1815;  ami
the route oi thai  part
company's railway
'-o'i   ley   Section   7   Of   tlle   said
which runs from Squamisb  val-
on, or some other point
o..: i  river from  th,. route '
ithorized by the said section of the
' act. I" B route described as foi-1
s:    Commencing from a point at '���
"w   tin-   cily  of    Vancouver or
'Of other convenient  point  on  the
'"'      Burrard Inlet  to a point  at
near the city of New Westminster
l��e province oi British  Columbia
* line uf railway being  in  addl-
0 the line of railway  between
e Mid points  which   Is 'authorized
'he company's act. of    incorporate and from the said point at or
aniio city of \vw Westminster to
outh Bide   of   the Fraser river,
>b the    most    feasible  route
New    Westminster  District
'" easterlj  and northerly di-
nn through the districts of Yale,
lonf,t and Cariboo  to a  point  on
u.   .nch Une from Willow river to
'-7n""> authorized by Chapter 176!
...'���'". stal ���'      Of    1906 at  or near
S!"','"" Cache; tbence northwest
���- the line of railway
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured   by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
pi In
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Thomas Knight
Jr., as the owner in fee sTinpte, under
a tax sale deed from Inspector of
Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing
date the Sth day of September, A.D.,
1907, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying and being in tlie District of New Westminster, in the
Province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as
Lots 9 and 10, Block In, of part of
Lot 29A, Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
anv Interest In the said land b.v virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land b.v descent, whose
title ls not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,'
aro required to contest the claim of
within forty-flve
ernment   guaranteed   i> i    les  to
the limil  of $15,000 per mile.
This will mal-;.- ii Impossible for
the company to give a first mortg lj -
tor more than $15,000 a mile, and in
addition a "charge upon the whole
| system" subjeel to one alreadj existing  .'! approximately  $25,00	
Mr. VV. Mackenzie is no doubt a financial v, Izard, and the raising of so
much money in the form ol Perpetual
Stock is proof of his genius in that
respect.        Hut   so   far   ther.    has   been
substance in the securitj he lo.- offered lor money, but there is only tl"'
shadow of ii left to offer the pi o] le
of British Columhia as security for
the huge sum they are asked io guarantee. Great, however, as ibe sum
is. $35,000 per mile, it is not sufficient
to cover the cost of construction.
Various estimates of cost have been
made and  the lowest  is over $50.uoo
A  Kamloops View.
When      Attorney-General      Bowser
was here on Monday he told the pub-
'iC   thai   lhe   Premlei    had   been   long
desirous of arranging with a railway
company  to build the line down  tlie
Noi ih Thompson,     At the same time
Mr. How ser related with infinite gusto  bow   ilie  Government   had  turned
down the proposal of the G. T. P. to
build  a  line  to  Vancouver  from  Uie
is  no  evidence
McBride  or   bis
grains and  uo.-   rash satellite, the Napa'a'..],;,- Bowser,
____________
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
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Northern   Crown   Bank
cured by a blanket mortgage upon alllnorth. Hut there
Hie property of tiie company, except j that either Premier
as  to cash   and  land
ever attempted to turn to good account the manifest desire o�� two
transcontinental railway companies,
..-ah desirous of reaching Vancouver,
both wiih surveys made of the North
Thompson Valley. Under those circumstances il should have ben possible to strike a good bargain with
one concern or the oilier thai would
meet with the .approbation of the
whole province instead of only certain saciions. Hui the Government
did nothing of the son. .Mr. Mann
went to Victoria, saw the Premier
and came away victorious. The Government turned down the company
lhat is making surveys for a line
south of Kamloops. a line that will
open up a territory lacking in railway;
facilities, a line tliat the people of the .
province are desirous of having, a:
line tliat would have come right >nto j
the  city  as  their    completed   survey I
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL ...   .
.$6,000,000
.$2,200,000
Thrifty people who use ou Savings Bank Department will find
It convenient and will receive every courtesy, whether their account
be   large or small.    Savings Depattnents at every branch.
Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New W estminster.
***************************************+*********+*+*
deal as we wisli to receive. We
maintain that the Government's railway policy is on the whole immature,
ill-advised and nol in the best interests of the province.���Kamloops Sentinel.
FOOLISH PMLTItE
ENDS IN TRAGEDY
Neepawa District Young  Man in  Hospital With Bullet Wound in Stomach  Which   May  Prove   Fatal.
per mile. Experience has actually line shows, and gave the preference
shown that $(',0,000 would not be out instead to a company tliat may not
of the way. With the guarantee of enter Kamloops al all and whose
the Govenment of British Columbia
there will be no difficulty in financing
bonds to the extent of about  $115,000
per mile, but as to the balance required to complete construction no
unmortgaged assets appear to remain
which show a margin upon which further financing is within the bounds
of possibility. Tbis fact strongly
confirms the suspicion entertained by
the British Columbia Liberals tbat
there is no proposition to give British
Columbia  any   security   whatever  be-
main line after leaving the Nortii
Thompson, will, if the original plans
as announced by the Premier be carried out, open up no new territory but
merely parallel a line already in operation. We want the railway up tbe
North Thompson Valley, let who may
build it, but there is something more
to be considered than prospective local benefit; as citizens of British Columbia we owe it to ourselves to see
that other undeveloped sections of
tlie province   are given    as square a
Russell   Hotel.
T. Jones, Seattle.
F. While.  Seattle.
J. D. Williams, Vancouver.
G. B. Campbell, Vancouver.
R. B. Hutchinson, Langley.
W. A. Allan, Vancouver.
C. F. Oke, Vancouver.
C. B.  Brydone-Jack, Vancouver.
A. L. Hewson, Vancouver.
D. J. Stewart, Vancouver.
C.  R.  Steele, Vancouver.
Sam Cummings,  Vancouver.
F. A. Swift, Abbotsford.
H. Bedllngton, Toronto.
K. G. Bedlington, Vancouver.
Chas.  Ridley, Vancouver.
R. J. Blair, Vancouver.
R. Wolfe, Montreal.
Windsor Hotel.
E. Harris, Vermont.
W.  Gourlay,  Nicomen.
T. Wright, Vancouver.
F. McEady, Belleville.
T. F. Marrington and wife,
.Neepawa, Man., Nov. Hi.���Cluuiviri
nonsense ended in a tragedy last
night in south Glendale, and Harry
Bosnell, a lad of eighteen years, tlie
victim of lhe escapade, lies in Neepawa hospital with a bullet hole in
liis stomach and liver, a wound believed to be fatal. Mr. McLaughlin
a widower, was quietly married last
week to a daughter of Wlllet Bur-
kell and when the evnt became known
a charivlri party was organized. The
noisy crowd assembled at the house
of Mr. McLaughlin about 11 o'clock
last night, but their fun was cut
short by a bullet fired from an upstairs window.
Langley.
Cobalt Blind Pigs Raided.
Cobalt, Nov. 1(1.���Twelve alleged
blind pigs were raided by the provincial police early yesterday and their
keepers placed  under arrest.
Nominations Throughout the Province.
f ' M    o     | | |       [   ,) | I  \\  ;( ��     8,11
J:   '"i bj Chanter 17<;  nf thaTfltftt- the  tax    purchaser
K"*i   5oSheeSouthFoK k' ,vom l"" diiU' ��f %? r&8
�� ?'  o   i���  a  point   between  IMS  notice upon  you   and  In def ul
lorl h-eie: a ...... -.'.      .    ..  'r>f  n   r.ivent  nr oertiflcate  ol   hs  pen-
dong the South Fork of
;is"r river to a point  between fthU no,lco uP��n
,'��� i Port McLeod: thenoe of a caveat or cort
l�� "ic mosl fe
F or   Bom
Fenn river.
Ifovi,'''1 ''" ;,"' rit>' of Vancouver,
lnl T" �� l!vi,is,> Columbia, this
�� " afty ol October, A. D., 190.1.
A'!'[JN', CRAIG, BOURNE  &  HAY,
s   ".Lian. in,, si.. Vancouver. B.C.
C ���  r   ;      ''"" Vancouver, West-
��   JUkon  Uallwav   Company.
249
feasible
other
route to Hazel-
point    on the
lank of Montreal
tAP,TA'STA"USIIED 18"-
HESERvp"    114,400,000.00
B,  11,000,000.00
tWtol r "'r"ughout Canada and
"'"l:i"i- and in London, Eng-
"w y��fk, Chicago and Spokane,
" ai|J Mexico City. A general
bualnesa transacted. Let-
Com,,, ''"'Ht issued, available with
KP��ndent8  '��    all   parts of    the
pcetvetn " '"'' 1)Cliartmont���Deposits
KtCT8 "f n iiml Upward'
annum , w'"1 at 3 Percent, p.
�� ("r',H""t rate).
"Em ��� "V"r $' 68,000,000.110.
'   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
u 0. nitYMNER, Manager.
dens being tiled within such period,
or in default of redemption betore
registration, you nnd each of you Will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up an.v claim to or UJ
respect of the said land, and I shai
register Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby direct
that publication Of this notice tor
thirty days In a daily newspaper puD
lished ln New   Westminster   and a
weekly newspaper published at LIU1-
liwack Will be good and sufllciont service thereof. ,-,m���o
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of anv
Ish Columbia, this 13th day Ol Octo-
ber, A. D.   1909.         g   ^.^
District llpRi8ti'i!'''.)..
To Jane Wilkinson. "4U'-
nd, \
|.S.
Making
Iters
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
per
old
bridge is
vehicular
are
loads  of
The condition of 0.6
not  considered    safe    fl,r
traffic,  and the public generally
cautioned against    bauling
any kind over It. -tter
Persons continuing to do H *���
this notice must take all tbe ���ks
themselves. ������.,,,,��
By order. W. A. WjgAg^
City  Hall,  New Westminster, SW
23rd, 1909. '-
District.
Conservative.
Liberal.
Other Parties.
Late  Member.
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English, Dr. J	
Kergen, VV. T	
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Elmshurst, E. C	
Harris, J. C. (Lib. Ind.)
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pe" PAGE TWELVE.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, N0VEMBER
���������������������������������������������<
Timely Tips
For Bargain
Hunters
We have just received another carload of the Raymond Flour. Those
who have tried it
will appreciate this
news, and those
who have not ought
to take the chance,
both to try it and
also to save some
money by using it.
Remember, we
don't follow the
leaders, we lead
the followers.
City News
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NA-DI-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants  or adults.
T. A.
_ CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
��� THE ���
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
PHONE 475.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO.  ADAMS,   Prop.
Business For Sale
GROCERY DOING LARGE TRADE
IN CITY. GRAND OPPORTUNITY
FOR BRANCH STORE.
��� H.XJWII1WWW
LIST YOUR   PROPERTY WITH
tf. H. NESBITT t SON
Phone 596
650 COLUMBIA ST.
Westminster Modern Business
School
in  placing    your    training 'n  our
hands vou are sun. of the best that
PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANTS AND
TEACHERS OF EXPERIENCE can
give you ami vou aro ASSURED OF
THEIR ASSISTANCE in socuring for
vou tho Iiom positions vou arc able
to fill.
Enter now and bo prepared io fill
a paying position early next yoai.
Our night school is very popular.
Address,
A. L. BOUCK, Principal. J
610 Columbia Street
MERRIThEW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. Kor washing underplot hing it ls unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
The Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
DECLARATION   OF   DIVIDEND.
Notice is hereby given that a dividend of FIVE PER CENT.,
being at the rate of TEN PER CENT. PER ANNTM. upon the paid
up Capital Stock of this Company, has boon declared for the *i*
nionths ending October 31st, 1909, and the same will be payable at
the Head Offlce of the Company, 28 Lorne street, this city, on and
after the IBth day ot Novembernext, to shareholders of record at the
close of business on October 31st, 1909.
By order of the board. F.  J.  HART,
Managing Director.
New Westminster,  B. C, November l?,th, 1909.
Repairing neatly done by D. F.
Quigley at Sinclair's shoe store.
Mrs. Frank Pearson will receive
this afternoon and every second Tuesday and third Wednesday hereafter.
For flrst-class cut flowers _ud any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse. R20S. "
Dr. Spencer, provincial superintendent of the local option work, wlll address a public meeting in the Queen's
Avenue Methodist church this evening, commencing at 8 o'clock, in the
interest of the local option plebiscite.
The ladies of Si. Andrew's church
will hold their annual Scotch supper
and concert In the lecture room of the
church on the evening of Thursday,
November IS.      Tickets 35c.
A cavein on the excavations on
Columbia street yesterday morning,
near the B.C.E.R. depot caught one
of the laborers, a Swede, and inflicted
a painful though not serious injury
to his foot. He was taken to the
Occidental hotel, where ho received
treatment.
Chrysanthemums and carnations at
Tidy's florist store, 737 Columbia.
Phone L184.
Two drunks answered to their
names in the police court this morning and were found guilty of imbibing
too much liquor. One was assessed
the usual fine, while the other had
to come through with fifty per cent,
more, having shown a disposition to
be unruly on the streets.
Miss Alvina Munn will sing at the
Scotch concert which will be held
under the auspices of the ladies of St.
Andrew's church in the lecture hall,
on the evening of Thursday, Novem-
ber 18, Tickets 35c. **
C. S. Cooke, who has been manager !
of the Chapman billiard parlors in the
Dominion Trust block since its incop-
tion, today severs his connection with
the firm to accept a position with T.
Freeman at the Steamboat Exchange.
The management of the billiard parlor will from now on be in the hands
of Joe Gibbons, a brothei- of Dave
Gibbons, the lacrosse player, and for
some time employed at the Chapman
rooms in Vancouver.
The  steamer  Transfer  win  hereaf-!
ter lea\\. the Brackman-Ker whan
for Ladner, Westham island and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra r ituna
tri]i arriving in tiie city in tlie even
ing. Trips w-ili be made to Steveston  as the business  warrants. **
"Death! Is it annihilation?" "Is
there a Hell?" "Does Hell ever mean
the grave?" "Where is Hell?" "Is
there Bre in Heir.'" and a number of
other Interesting questions as to thi
infernal regions will be discussed by
J. .1. Rouse, evangelist, In the Gospel
Hall, corner of Sixth avenue and
I Ninth street, every evening in tin-
course of the present week. The
subject will be illustrated by charts.
The meetings commence at S o'clock.
If some of your personal papers���
| deeds, insurance, policies, aegreements
of sale, mortgages, etc., should be destroyed by fire would it not give you
great   inconvenience,   annoyance   and
worry?      It  certainly  would.    A box
| in our safety deposit  vaults costs lit-
j tie, is very convenient, and givos you
the most perfect security.     Dominion
| Trust Co., Ltd.. T.  It. Pearson, man-
lager  New Westminster branch.
' The issue of the Toronto Mail and
Empire, for the King's Birthday. November 9, just to hand, gives prominence on the front page to an arrangement of passages from Shakespeare, such that the initial letters
spall out the words "God Save the
King," tlie' work of Miss M. F. Henderson of this city. Tha passages
used are all chosen for their appropriateness, and altogether serve to
make up a sort of patriotic Shakespearean anthology.
Order  your  bulbs  for  Bpri )���:  flow- '
ers now    from    Davies, Greenhouse,
telephone  B208. 2ul-tf
A large shed covering their construction ways is being erected by
the Westminster Marina Railway
Company at their shipyards on Lulu
island. The reason for the erection
of the building is that vessels cannot
be properly built dining wel weather
without some protection. The framework of the shed is now completed
and the keel of the new Anglican
church mission boat will be the lirsl
to be laid under its Bhelter. The
boat will be commenced in aboul a
week-, ii will be 100 teel In length
and equipped with 100-horsepower
gasoline engines. The Roberl Dunsmuir is undergoing a thorough overhauling on the ways.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that thirty
days from date I Intend to apply to
F. S. Hussey, superintendent of provincial police, Victoria, B. C, for a
transfer of the liquor license held by
Gilbert Tulloch, for the Tourist hotel,
situated at Port Moody, B. C, to
George Welch of Port Moody. B. C.
GILBERT TULLOCH.
Port Moody, October 20. 1909.
NOTICE.
To whom It may concern:
Take notice that in accordance with
authorltv granted by the Department
of Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu island draw bridge at New Westminster, B. C, will be closed to boat
traffic for a period of ahout two
weeks, beginning November 15th,
1909, for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO.,
0. E. FOWLER,
1 President.
LULU ISLAND
We have some very desirable lotsjin
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
F. J. HART & C0.,Ltd.
Knit Goods, Shawls,
Scarfs, Golf Jackets
Sweat
ers
The New Goods in a Grand
Showing   With  Purchase-
Tempting Prices.
WORDS COULDN'T GIVE YOU A CORRECT IDEA
OP THESE BEAUTIFUL KNIT GOODS. YOU'LL HAVE
TO SEE THEM TO TRULY APPRECIATE THEIR
CHARMING STYLES, THEIR PERFECT TAILORING,
THEIR  CLEANLINESS AND  FRESHNESS.
BUT WE'VE MADE AN INSPECTION WELL WORTH
YOUR WHILE FOR WE'VE MARKED PRICES ON
THESE NEW WEARABLES EVERY ONE OF WHICH
MEANS   BIG   VALUE-GETTING   FOR   THE   BUYER.
BE SURE TO SEE THEM���AND BUY AS MANY AS
YOU CAN USE���YOU WONT MATCH THESE QUALITIES AND VALUES AT THESE PRICES ANYWHERE
ELSE.
SCAN MINUTELY THE ITEMS WE HAVE ADDED
BELOW���THEY GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE SPEICALS
WE   ARE   OFFERING   IN   ALL   DEPARTMENTS.
New Blankets, Comforters, Linens, Etc.
Low Prices, Too.
SOMETHING    EXTRA   SPECIAL FOR THOSE WHO WISH BOTH    EXTRA   QUALITY   AND   EXTRA
LARGE   SIZE   THE   "   WHITNEY"  CANNOT   BE   EXCELLED.
Blue border only-
T-x 84; Per pair . . .
82x108; Per pair ��� ���.
72x 90;   Per pair ..
. .$6.50
. .$9.50
. .$7.50
All other blankets In stock
from 6 to in pounds iti white
and .nicy. Prices per loir
from .   .. .$2.50 to $10.50
CRIB COMFORTERS IN
BLUE, PINK AND GREEN
DESIGNS, filled with pure
white cotton down and guar
anteed as warm as any blanket.
CRIB    QTJILTS, In  white.
]iink and blue, with the nur-
Bery characters.
Prices $1.50 to $2.00
CRIB BLANKETS in pure
Saxony  wool,  from   	
 $2.00 up to $4.5C
We make a specialty of
carrying large size Quilts,
Comforters, Blankets, etc.,
thus we have on display bed
ding of every description
and acceptable for the present cold snap:
7_'\7S   . . .   .$3.00 and $3.25
72x72   . .   . .$2.25 and $2.50
66x72    $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.
Smart New
Millinery at
Reduced Prices
One dozen only. Women j
and Misses' Colored relt
Hats trimmed with feathers,
flowers and velvets, allJM
newest shades. Regular
to $s.'i(i. Today only
$4.95
Seven onlv. GREBE TURBANS, Regular $6.50. Todg
only       ...    $4'93
Anv    untrlmmed    colored
shape at ball regular pnce.
Anv trimmed pattern hat
in    stock    al    hall   i
price.
Women's
Leather
Hand Basrs
LATEST NEW YORK
STYLES.
Three dozen only���an advance lot showing the styles
most popular in the big
American cities. We are
able to offer better values
than ever before. Ask to
see this line. Prices
 50c to $6.75
Popular Priced Dress Fabrics.
Note the List
ROXANA CLOTHS. lighi
and dark, colored NUN'S
VEILING, DELAINES, MOHAIRS, in cream and fancy
stripes. ENGLISH SERGES
in plain and stripes. CASH-
Ml'-RIO, all colors. STRIPED
SATIN CLOTH, etc., per
yard    50c
MOIRE SILK YVAISTING,
popular shades in the new
moire silks, just In, per yd.
at $1-00
23-INCH     MOIRE    >"'K
WAISTING   in Rreen, ��^'
taupe grey, old rose, bW
and cream, per yard at �� ���
22-INCH  WATERED SILK
���lll-      Soft    'llUl
MOIRE,  pure SlIK, sou
pliable, promising
ally good    wear.
preen,    rose,    navy,
black  and  white,  I"''
only      ��� ��� ���
exception-
shown '"
grey,
yard.
$1.50
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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