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 LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & r��).
250 Columnia St.    Phone 8:4
1,,,-mi:
Ey EXHIHTION
.ERIil. SOIL
Display of Stock and
iricultural Produce at
Lai Fair.
FINE COUNTRY EXISTS
IN LILLOOET DISTRICT
Provincial    Constable    Wilkie    Favor
ably   Impressed   With   Pemberton
Meadows.
dverae  weather
!    exhibition  of
ilcultural    Association
ol   th'
A
Provincial Constable Otway Wilkie,
who relumed on .Sunday lrom the
Lillooet country, where lie has been
seeking tor the Indian suspected ol
murdering a logger, yesterdaj gave
to the News some of bis Impressions
of the country through whlcb he
passed.
The   land   throughout   the   Lillooet.
f Y EWIi
imHYtU   ^^^^
AS RESULT Of MIN
Furth
���1(.,ess   though  the attend-
.uffered.      Among
attending I
stminsu     ^   Mrg   D   Wal.   h(. BtateB|  is parUcularly  fertile, and
the   Pemberton  meadows  are  in  ad-
ditoin    Hat    and    sparsely   timbered.
Mrs.   The   Pemberton   prairies   are     thirty
er Additions to Tally Are Expected    Disaster Renders Eight Nanaimo Wives Widows und Twenty-
Six Children Orphans ���The Cause
as Yet Unknown.
Opening
10'
IB Snindale, W. C. Chamber
^;%, W. T.  Reid  J.  E
.'let Watson,  Mr.  and
[McLeod.
Ceremony.
wns held at  Sur-
wi- opened by John 011-
,1, p  P   ,, io took occasion  to
from thi   modern prin-
In to point "in thai
'. .     ..      p ceivlng a fair
ts  oi     their   labor.
they would nni a means
,-es.      With  regard
.   pointed oui  that
vanti   were  making
��� from handling
He the fm i bad all tbe ex-
Iv  . ,. dairy cattle.  He
I orses    and  cattle
to  tne   need  ot
j given to crop rota-
, .   ��� .        tding     ot     diffeieni
stock.     More    attention
je   given  to    the   gram   and
I t0 ,..., the large Importation
iis Into the province.
The Exhibits,
ei_i.it   of   horses was very
|.; - y  draft   horses  be-
L��-n. Tin dairy cattle formed
| Sheep and swine
be noted   owing    to various
jjgplaj , ��� vegetables was ex-
being o.i show.
it:v tuality. Fruit, while
Ittenslve, appeared very good,
_ .luily   the    bottle       varieties.
formed a feature, and butter
I,',,,, li a most creditable
\ _ again    attracted
attention while the grain was
for    quality  than
'miles long and grow the finest ol
vegetables and grain, the only drawback being that they are liable to
flood from the waters ol the Lillooet
like. At the presenl time a companj
is being formed with the Intention
ol draining tbem by lowering the waters ii the lake. The intention is to
blast a channel between Lillooet ami
Ten-.is lakes, lowering the level of the
former by several feet and making
Inundation   Impossible.
A  lat tre Dominion government  hatchery   on   the   Birkenhead   river,    a
stream   which   empties   Into   LHI I
lake, was visted by Mr. Wilkie He
stated that everything in connection
with the Institution Impressed bim
with its cleanliness and orderliness.
Salmon wen- plentiful in the stream
and the hatchery had been successful
in securing some JJ1,000,0 sggs for
restocking purposes.
LOCAL INVENTOR
APPLIES EOR PATENT
iddv    nection,    fancy   work
��steed thi ii  artistic taste,
lealure of the day  was the din
������:        the ladies of the Angli
lurcb.
Edward Hoult Turns Attention to Aeroplanes���Plan
to Assist Propulsion.
SIFFKAQISTS
iei
Another local inventor has been
discovered In the person of Edward
Moult, janitor at the city ball, who
is negotiating with Munn Brothers
of New York, the well-known agents
with regard to a patent, upon wbicb
lhey express a very hopeful opinion,
ll is expected to be granted at an
early   date.
The patent covers an Improved system  for  the  propulsion  of  vessels or
ETII  (Ml'iiTr  rni. r :slli',s- aerial, marine and sub-marine,
lu AuYAMt IAIIJ.Lanl withou< Blvln8 away'"" detalla
pending   the   issue   of   the   patent,   it
may be stated that trie invention consist, of light fan wheels erected in
pairs, on a deck or platform, whlcb
may be attached on the side of the
platform  or  underneath  it.
The   power   may   be     supplied
means of
age cells.
and  Daughter   Just   Released
rom English Jail to Get Warm
Reception In America.
by
motors, or a series of stor
or acumulators.   The revo-
laborate arrangements    are being
by the \ irlous woman suffrage
lociatlons throughout     the   l'nited
ip tm t! ceptlon and enter-
peni hen ol Mrs. Emmeline
nkhtirst. the noted English suffra-
'��������� ��'ho wltl her daughter, lias
sentences for the
��ts. Pankhurst, wno Is expected
r" in aboul two weeks, will come
,:'' led sentence Of the
BHsh court
lutions of the fans are controlled by
switches, convenient to the operators
hands.
This Invention enables the operator
to make an ascending as well as tor-
ward movements, and is a considerable advance on anything yet utilized.
lf   Mr.   Iloult's   invention   satisfies
the  experts  that  It   is  capable  of  assisting   aeronauts   to   ascend   it
mark  a  decided  advance  in
Structlon   of   aerial    vessels
will
the con-
i'n     a
__ THE
The   bodies   of   the   following   have
been   recovered:
T.   O'CONNOR,  single.
MOFFAT,  married,  three  children.
EWART,  married, 1   child.
MARSHALL,   single.
ROBE RTSON,  married.
QUINN, single.
DUNN,   single.
MOLYNEUX,  single.
TAYLOR,  ;'igle.
MELOS,   single.
THOMAS,  single.
NOLAN,  single.
WILLIM    KESSERIuH.
children.
JAMES   KESSERICH
DEAD
PARKIN,    married,   two
A
D.
R.
W.
W.
E.
D.
H.
A.
T.
W.
THOMPSON    	
children.
JOHN   BULLITCH,   colored,    married,
and family.
CHARLES   SCHUFF,  single.
married,   10
single.
The    following    bodies   are    known
to be still   in  the  mine:
ROBERT WHITE, married  6 children
JAMES   ISMASTER,  single.
r    DINGMAN,   single.
JOHN   WARGO,   married,  4   children.
H.   PETERSON,   single.
1 Montenegrin.
2 Finlanders.
3 Unknown  leaders.
4 Unknown  drivers.
Thirty-two men are known to be dead as a result of
working No. 2 of the Extension mines at Nanimo, and it is
full tally has not yet been completed.
Nanaimo is a city of mourning. Since yesterday morning eight
have ben made widows, while at least twenty-six children, probably
have   been   rendered  fatherless.
The list of dead would be even greater had not the force of the
sion been providentially confined to  No.   2  level,   in   which   it   occurred,
was first feared that levels 2 1-2 and 3  had also been  affected,  and it
the   d.saster   in
feared that the
wives
more,
poll at Richmond m
WATtK DEBENTURE BYLAW
Ratepayers   Will   Express   Opinion   on
Joint   Scheme  With   New  Westminster.
The announcement of the Dominion
governmenl    that it had    decided to
cancel the watershed reserve around
Coquitlam lake conveyed to the city
council by an order-in-council dated
May 31, L902, was taken in many
quarters yesterday to mean that the
government will set aside a forest reserve as has been done in several
other places in British Columbia, but
nowhere nearer than the Hal cree_
reserve west of Ashcroft. Tnis requires au act of parliament, and a
short bill may be in preparation tor
submision at the nexl session of the
House of Commons.
Whether the announcement will
have any effect on the poll al Richmond today is uncertain. The rate?
payers there are asked to sanction a
debenture bylaw of $275,  tor waterworks purposes, of which $1-5,001)
is for the contribution to the New
Westminster city council for the
third share In the proposed extensions. As the assessed value ol
Richmond last year was nearly nine
millions, and the council ls only asking for $75,000 for road Improvements then- is little doubt thai the
money will be voted. The polling
stations are al the Municipal Hall,
Eburne. and the Court House. Steveston. The polls are open from '���>
o'clock to 7.
EXHIBITION STAcI
BUSY WITH !TRIES
Splendid Exhibit of Cattle
and Horses - Children's
Day Will Be Feature.
exploit
was
thought that many miners in these would also lose their lives. In these
two levels, however, the full force of the explosion was not felt and in
them  ther were   no  casualties.
The cause of the explosion remains
be cleared up until  an  inquiry is held.
a  mystery,  and  probably  will   not
THE   FIRST   EXPLOSION.
The explosion occurred at about <t  o'clock    yesterday
force    was  terrific;     stoppings were blown  out and  doors
on the slope in which the workings affected were located.
morning.      its
were unhinged.
The news of the explosion was brought into .Nanaimo at about 11
o'clock by two men who had jusi left the workings when it occurred. At
once the town was roused, and all t<}_ miners who were taking their ott
shift, accompanied by hundreds of anxious women and children, set out
for the workings. There the work of rescue was being pushed actively
ahead. At first the fire dam;i wns so thick as to render any entry into
the affected levels impossible, bul as the deadly gas cleared' off. parties
of men fought iheir way Into the wrecked levels, and soon the work of
carrying out the bodies of the victims was commenced. Many affecting
scenes were witnessed as the corpses were identified by wives and rela-
tives.
LAST   TO   ESCAPE.
Thomas Hyslop, who was one ot the last men to escape from the workings, in telling of his experience, stated that at the time when the explosion occurred he was working with a large gang of men in No. 2 level.
Suddenly there came a terriric crash, followed immediately afterward by
a great rush of air which extinguished all the lamps, leaving the party in
total darkness. Thus they remained for a few minutes, until a miner
ca me down the level carrying a lighted safety lantern. The men. some
seventeen In all, formed a line each one holding on to the coat tail ot the
one preceding, and thus with the lamp al the heal of the procession they
endeavored to fight their way out
They had not gone far before they caught a whiff of the deadly fire
damp and knew that it would be death to go any farther. They returned
io a counter working, from which they managed, after several Of the men
bad succumbed to the deadly fumes, to tight their way into the upper
aii-.
FREIGHT GOES OVER
CLOVERDALE LINE
Number of Carloads Have
Already Been Hauled Over
New B.C.E.R. Extension.
ed.      Two
working   on
track,  with
pits   of   the
In spite of tlie heavy rains of the
last two days everything is busy at.
the erliibition grounds, and although
fortunately the bulk of the work of
preparing and cleaning up the
grounds has been completed, the
weather has no effect on the industrious office staff and carpenters preparing for the record exhibition next
week.
Entries   Expired.
The time for entries expired on
Saturday, but so many remain to be
(eiiii with thai it will probably be
tomo.-row or Friday before the totai
number is known. That it will exceed all former records is certain,
particularly in horses and also cattle,
both beef and dairy varieties. The
3heep will not be quite so numerous,
for the recent outbreak of hog clioi-
era, though stamped out in the Fraser valley, has depleted the swine
classes. The horses will be magnificent, practically every stable being
represented, and Professor Rutherford will have a hard task to award
the coveted ribbons.
There is every prospect, of a la-ge
fruit exhibit, particularly Lie district
displays. Professors Newell and
Corby will judge these classes.
Airship  Flights.
The airship flights will be made
each evening, the aerodome being
placed at the south end of the reservoir. The stock judging competition
will take place on Friday morning,
the tuberculosis tests on a diseased
cow on that afternoon. As usual,
butter-making demonstrations will be
given in the dairy building by Miss
Rose.
Children's   Day.
The Children's Day will be made a
feature, and probably most of the
schools will close on that day
throughout the district to enable the
children to take part in the celebration in this city. The department of
education will probably grant the request preferred to them for this day.
Special prizes will be offered for
manual training exhibits.
upon
1 un
hope
She and lur daugii- [arge extent 11 follows tin- lines
were am  ted lasi  .Line ior lead- which aeronauts expect  to t"" ���
���a deputation oi eight  women  to future   aeroplanes   which   they
  .   to  interview ,��� raiBe bv  their own  power from the
lister.     She  added  to!ground Instead of by  the anl ol auto-
fame by Inaugurating among tin- ,untie apparatus, while still remaining
plan    oi    starving heavier than air machines,
ill jail, and for Unit
WOMAN AND CHILD JUMP
TWO STORIES TO SAFETY
| COFFIN SERVES AS
VEHICLE OF RESCUE
The Cloverdale branch of the B.C.
Electric is now completed to a stage
which permits of the handling of
frieght. and during tlie past two
days, a number of carloads of goods
for the residents of Surrey have been
taken over the new line attached to
the work  tranis.
There ls of course no schedule or
tariff since the bram-h is no: open-
steam locomotives pare
the ballasting ol tbe
gravel from the several
company ��� along the Une
and it is rapidly b"ing brought Into
first class condition. Wiring gangs
are pushing oul from the city, but
it is estimated thai ii will be two
weeks before they can complete the
work. H	
Arangemnts are being made to re- Vancouver, Oct. 5.���"The New Kng
move the large camp on the south ,.ind F,gh Companv has today solu ils
side of   tlie   Westminster   bridge   to      ���   ���_      ,      .    . '     ,,
Cloverdale and a. larg,- gang are at entlre (-"���dian business to tbe Cana-
work constructing bunk houses and 'Han rtshing Company, Limited, and
warehouse sheds for material. The -will from now on retire permanently
engineers headquarters will still re- from that field," announced Mr. A. L.
main at New Westminster, the con- Hager, manager of the New England
structlon men alone moving to the Fish Company, today during
end of the section. Preparations are course of an interview
also being made for the immediate the Province,
erection ni a large substation at Clov- j "This means that hereaftei
erdale from which power will be
supplied for the first and second sections  of  the  Chilliwack  branch  when
NEW ENGLAND FISH CO.
SELLS TO CANADIAN FIRM
Business    Has   Grown    Tremendously
and   May   Include   the   States,   as
Well   as This  Country.
the
reported in
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lai
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tl
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Ji
rs, Pi
In Chicago
.
on
suspended
-Pit in r
���ill address meet-
Louis and other
. 'ni,. iii this coun-
organization will
heroine or    their
GROCERY BUSINESS lilVES
PLACE TO OFFICE ROOM
Trapped   in   Burning     Tenement.   She
Leaps to Awninq  and  Slides  Into
Outstretched Overcoats.
DISTINGUISHED   VISITOR.
McSwa
' Peck ""-awain     Talks
tural Conditions
J. Peck
Printer of VY
I cm
|fil t
on  Agricul-
Dewdney.
M.Swaln, the    peripatetic '
���in Canada, paid tne
nn���.     >'esterday evening, and in
ppppiiv oi his
I"- News
mi  Is al  present tak-
Deans Sells Ou* to Alderman
Fader���Stock Transferred to
Odd   Fellows'   Block.
il  Visit
Peck Mrsw
s perigrinations Viait-
iffli e,
iness '^.loVrom ^e printing bus-
v''l('l��i.,u i dev10tln8 himself to de-
the cnimtl ^cultural wealth of
Cb, I,!',!'";. ��� <��' 'Us opera-
Pitt \\,���f Kennedy's ranch on
ter_af ag**��� While in the city yes-
^h to cu , hT'"" l'xP'-,,ss,,d l>��s
Proper   ,, ""' a,t>''>tion of the
!j(,       ;'   >.pin,ies    t|,e    neglect   in
diDKnce��� i, "'' '"' "le Provincial or-
m the rY . gard t0 Ult> destruction
U"'l,1-> thistle,     Mr.   McSwa.n
piiiiinn, i   Pre8en* >n tlie vicinity
ing in Tr. a'the��e thistles are stand-
ot |and     ti""'"'"'i'* ��n  mam   pieces
;,.,.."'.'  are now seeding, and
0,1 which ii owners of the land
'!"��� whol.  'A  '���'"' STO^ll- threatens
th,   ..   /    ;'!l   "'IV     With
Mr Y'l   .eXl  y"1"'
"op |S . ,3n reports thai the oat
manj ,,,.',,   "",| breaker, runnln
8 t0 ninety bushels to
at abouu*.!'? '"''' tor H" Meadow
1 oclock this
s';""s that
"i lla^^
The real estate activity continues
brisk, and several deals were ci;
pleted yesterday. Aid. HS. ��� :uU
yesterday purchased through w ������
Kerr. Ltd., the grocery businessi carried du In Columbia streel by u �����
Deans, late Adams & Deans, together
with the lease, and will converl tni
property into an office.
The deal  takes effeci  today.   _ine
stock will be moved.into a Bton
the new Odd Fellows' block, in
Mr. Fader will place a managei
New York, Oct, 5.���While the tone
ment in which she lived at I'm Rock
away. L. I., was burning briskly be
lore daylight today, Mrs. Philip Mc
Qrath wrapped a shawl about
baby and leaped from a third
window onto a first story awning
lrom which she an I Hie baby slid
the outstretched overcoats of
militia men who bad told her
tin- jump.
The lire destroyed three
buildings, causing an estimate
age  of   $IU,llllil.
i-ad Falls From Cliff and Relief Party
Comes Prepared to  Find  Him
Dead.
[completed,    One  or  the   first    shipments   made over  the  new   line  was
In    niemtitv   of   material    tor   the   BUD-
equipment
a quantity
station  and
Cai
her
story
ing.
Into
several
to make
frame
1  dani-
Oci. 5.���Lying uncon-
coffin, Cecil  Miller, a K>-
was drawn up a L&U-fool
bank    ot    tlie Cosumnes
Jackson
scious  in  a
year-old boy
cliff on the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
river, near Plymouth, Monday. While
hunting on the banks of the river
young Miller stepped out on a large
flat rock on Eagles' Nest bluff, which
jsuddenly
VICTORIA HOARD EAVOiiS
FRASER RIVER SERVICE
winch
The secretary of the Trades and
Labor Council. K. A. Stoney, is making an effort to get Will Crooks. M.
pf for Woolwich, In the British
House of Commons, to speak here
while on the coast en route for Aus-
Itralia
gave way. The boy fell
down the precipitous bank to the water's edge. A companion ran to Fly-
mouth,a distance of three miles, for
assistance. Believing that Miller
was de��d, a coffin was taken along by
the rescue party.
After much difficulty, two men and
the casket were lowered over the
bluff. The boy was found alive but
unconscious and terribly injured. He
was placed in the coffin and raised to
the top of the bluff.
Negotiations  With   C.   P.   R.   to  Build
Steamer for  Direct Service  Between This City and Capital.
a   p'ague   of
in
the
Was Born
Windsor,  Oct.
Moore,   colored   woman,
age. is dead.      She was
ery in Virginia, was
and married at IB.
M children and lived to see      _
children, 47 great  grandclilioren
three great great grandchildren
genertaions.
Slavery.
.Mrs.    Mai'gare
99   years   ol
born i'i slav'
made free at 14.
Mrs  Moore naci
-�� grand-
Prince Albert Authorities
Fine Slaughter House Keepers
Prince  A'bert,  Sask..    Oct.   ..-All .dead   animals.      In  one  place  I  saw
l,t ce  ...niu. owners a  pig  lying in  a  trough at  the  eni
the    local   slaughter   housi    owi       .      ^        ^   ^^  ^^  ^  W(K)d
were fined in   the   police coun nilb,out from the animais killed In the
morning tor keeping unlicensed nous- barn.. .
eB i��� such r- filthy condition.      Chief |    Dr.    Reid,    medical health officer.
of
morning.
Drowned in Milk
Norwich,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  5.-
Utile daughter of   Joseph
of milk on her father
Is today, mil m
Anna, the
McGowan,
 ; visit-
found old
fell into a tank
farm at Greene
eaii
drowned.
Police McDermotl in court said:
The slaughter houses are In a disgustingly filthy slate. When 1
led them a few days ago I
I heads of dead animals, bones, hides
'and tin- worst kind of filth, and flies
1 swarmed around In millions. Figs
i Iced  on  the  refuse     and   entrails  of
said he had visited the places and
had found ihem as dirty as they could
posslb\y be. Police Magistrate Lindsay, in summing up lectured the butchers severely, saying that it w-as a
shame that they should bring into the
city for local consumption meat from
such a filthy place.
The resuming of the Fraser river
service to Victoria from this city
direct lias been before tlie boards of
trades of New Wesminster and Victoria for some months, and on Sir
Thomas Shaughnessy's visit to the
capital recently, occasion was taken
to lay emphasis on this proposal.
The Victoria board having found
that the C. P. R. had no suitable vessel available had conferences with
Capta'.n T. W. Troup, iu charge of the
B. C. coas* service, and while the
captain expressed himself favorable
to the construction of a new steamer
for this route, he Indicated lt was a
matter for the management of the
company to decide. When Vice-
President Whyte came to the coast in
April, the matter was brought before
him, and since then every effort has
been made to advocate the scheme.
The Victoria citizens recog ze it is
to the advantage of the city to have
better communication with this port,
and both boards will co-operate to
bring all available pressure to bear
on the proper authorities toward
this desirable object. The Victoria
board has appointed a committee to
deal with the matter, and the local
situation will doubtless be handled by
the tr Asportation committee of the
Westminster board.
  all the
halibut trade in Canada will be in
the bands of the Canadian Fishing
Company and such other Canadian
companies as may engage iu the
trade���the New England company is
|out of it for good," continued Mr. Ha-
ger,
'During the past year the Canadian
trade of the New  England Fish Compan;   has grown tremendously, and it
is now    so large    that    tiie Canadian
Fisli    Company    will    not experience
ibe slightest    difficulty    in operating
both iis steamers, tiie Celestial  Empire    and    the    Flamingo,    the  year
round.     The Canadian Fishing foin-
pany  had a fair market  of its own,
and  this, added  to the connection  in
Canada   now   secured   from   the   New
England Company, will give it plenty
of sale for practically  all the fish its
two   steamers    can     catch.      Should
there  be  any   fish  which    cannot be
marketed in    Canada,    the Canadian
Fish Company and the New England
Company have    entered    into an arrangement whereby    the    latter will
take  over  the  surplus for export to
the  United  States.      Of    course  we
I we will have to pay a duty of 1 cent
a paund on such    flsh    entering the
States.
Clergyman's Wife Suicides.
Cardiff,   Wales.    Oct.   5.���Margaret
Price Evans, the wife of a New Vork
J clergyman, committed suicide at Fen-
jwyllt, Wales, today, by shooting with
,a revolver.    Mrs.  Evans was visiting
Penwyllt, her birthplace, after an absence of 20 years.    She was found In
her room and at her side was a revolver,  two  chambers  of  which   had
been   discharged.     Mrs.   Evans     had
been depressed of late.
The Epworth League of Queen's
Avenue church will entertain the students of Columbian college on Friday evning at a social gathering. A
mock parliament will be organized on
Friday afternoon in connection with
the Literary Society of the college.
Police Officer Regan is in the hospital with a bad leg. His many
friends will wish hi man early recovery.
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v -  .-- street   .     Eleventh street
DRESSMAKING.
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[enced and  firs
-    pened ti     Iressma      .        Ion
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WANTED���SMART      YOUTH
offlc.   with lo   irledge of short
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO      RENT���FURNISH Kli    RO     IS
. ' ��� arnarv ��. street
TO.^   RENT���OOMFORl  . FUR-
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TO    LET ��� LARGE   FRONT    I Ei
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gl    library.  : :::
TO   RENT���FURNISHED     R    >MS;
Ter::.-  moderate    Apply  71     ITew
FOR   SALE.
HORSES   FOR   SALE��� HAVING  RE-
ceived more horses   from our   log-
.!-f     .nips  than   we car.   ise    ���-���-
i ::��� r foi sa e I   ir fine draft hors< -
weighing orer  1500    pounds  -
Small  _ Bucklin Lumber Co., ' .':���
FOR SALE���NEW  25-FOOT  PL!    -
ure launch    equipped wltl    ���"
power Palmer    motor.     Write
512  Eighth street. - H
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE   SHILES  _   :
Real   Est ��� insuran -   A?-.-r.:s���
nd suourl   ���  : n perty
.. street
'HALE BR   S   &   ...... LTD.. REAL ES-
tate  an I      -  i      e. Phone 335. 186
street, P. 0. drawer 10 -
SETTLERS   ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown. _a_ager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
PACIFIC REALTY CO.  fMcADAM  _
in),  phone  498.  P.  O.   Box  874.
��� _ estate and :::s:rance.     Money
to loan,  744  Columbia Btreet.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR. IN3UR-
mce, real estate etc., 1. located for
the present a: tbe office of tte Ser-
tiers' Association, Be?r. ie street, op-
I   site Windsor Hotel
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D   GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
-I-avery Block.
EDWIN G. W, SAIT ARCHITECT���
Guichon Blr>cb.    T?:��p_o_e 33��.
dyers and cleaners.
;. >yal .tv ch:-::-:: '-. - clean-
ers and 15 Oolul      i sti
ne   ':-'���     ~
iir.    ' ���      st is rei :r ::-
y- re���nc t pressed in    Good,
for and   :���������'"���
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC I >
leaders in electrical machlnery,
flxtnres and ^u;:.:v= :. usr wiring
ar_.a:_re wiring motor repairing
etc Back of Commerce building
'phone 331. P. O. Box 928.
FISH   AND   GAVE.
BENSON <_ AYLING. FISH. FRCl'l.
Garr.e. Vegetables etc. Bee..e -v.
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES THE FURNITURE
De_:--r Upl -- rer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streett.
Pbone 176, night cai. 81
LIVERY   STABLE.
UP   2:      FOR 3 AND
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���.-a;- NE   WORKS.
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ted ot   stn -'     New   ���
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PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
PICTURE
on sail       l   V.    "���
Sta Store, J. G i *cl
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STENOGRAF - (   _  --<Pi
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PROFESSIONAL
EDMONDS
- r-    a-       solicitors
Trusi street   New
Westi     ster.    W.  J   WhlteW I
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THEATRES,
MONEY   TO   LOAN
v   :.    V     TO     LOAN���I    AM
pared    to adran a    tnoi       to a
int   on    city    propertj   or   for
f_ -- Dr.
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MONUMENTAL WORKS,
' MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
M Kay,  manui    I  r -  _r:d importer
I ���:. :-~. ul ���-. ' mbsl -��� I, : : I ' -
stone, etc.    .-' tie     don guaranteed.
'��� uml .-. street   New Westmlnstei
WADE   WHEALLER _  McQUAR
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::   E    MARTIN.  BARRISTER
I   Solicitor.    Gul  ' ���:. t,  Co-
pi ni    McKenzie  Sti    New
Westi   -----   B   C
PRINTERS.
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TAILORS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY  GALVIN   U MEN"|j
,. nd    f jol    rfntlng      Midget loose     lorlnj --..,
NURSERY.
"HE FRASER VALLEY NURSEiilE-,
Ltd    B.::..: j   Lake���For    beaitnj
. ��� me-grown fruit trees ;bone 44i
PAPER   HANGING   A   DECORATING.
HUDSON. WALL PAPER ROOM
Mouldings. Burlaps, and Sanltas;
mse painting, kals mining, paper
han_ine and Si ral ng. S:rtn
street, New Westminster.
l��af ledgers; Cowle _- a Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box Hi. Old
Dall)   N>*.-p Block, S;x-l. street
RESTAURANTS.
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Htois j, is
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and 26. < . > Bi -\
WOODWORKINa
KENNY'S  RESTAURANT    &    CAKE
Tickets,   21   m#ais  for  J4.      Hi :. ���
lng. All white cooks; no Orlen- I.WESTMINSI    .      _00DWUkJ
-.a: labor employed.     Open day and      Q        , .        g
night      Opposite tram office. ,  .....    .    .     .    t(m .a
ROYAL CAKE (Mrs   Ar     -     roprte-
tress).     Four courses, consisting of I
soup,   flsh    boiled  entree  or  roast,
podding or ; le, tea, coffee or mils.   J
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ca ::.-;    - -    rcuet, mm
and d-' -:._p a..J I
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prietor. ri'r El-v_l
and c_: lil :-ii.-. r:^
473.
HI.SSTON CMCWLL
GETS BOYAL SNUB
YUKON' TERRITORY
NOW SUPPORTS ITSELF
"Spoiled   Child   of   the   Ministry"   li
formed That the   Ki-ig A cne Car,
Make   Peers.
A-nual     Report     cf       Commission
Shows   Revenue   cf  S292.000.   Ex-
pendiutres 5233,000.
London,    Oct      5.���Mr.      Wins! n
Cl ������ :....  has     ,' '    bis to i  in it.
Lord   Knollys,  on   bf-haif  or
the King, has administered the snub
direct  i     thi      -.   . ��� '   child   ol     the
Having   .        ed  that  Mr.
ition to
:. r        ertain influi nti
pp '    C        dli Is inl    ��� ���
Lord    '. ��� n wirhstanding
his statement    l.e creation of r
remain       .        prerogative."
The King, ol course, i- absolute :���
the onlj persoi who can give -,-. I I -
in the British Empire. He can cre-
ati knight, oi ;������ ��������� - simj ly b< iusi
bi pleases, and can decline to confei
��� ��� se honors if it l- n it his pleasure.
The Ear] of Oxford In 1715 was lm-
; ��� icbed and Imprisoned ior two years
in the Tower for recommending the
creation of peers. Anotbi - even
more Interesting precedent is that of
the Duke  of  Burl::: gl   a wps
Imprisoned for selling a peerage foi
_: Therefore   Mr.   Churchill
wa:- treading on exceedingly dellcati
ground.
NO INSULT  INTENDED
TO AMFRICAN FLAG
Ottawa,   Oct   .".���Accorci:..   :    the
repon v c mmissi ner J
e total gold production ol tl ���
Yukon   Territory   foi   the   lasi   til   ..
_:: .ii -.-   valued    at
p5   -���   .-     an ii of $44
���  ���   preceding   year.    It   Is   predicted
-v  improved  an:   :..    ���   ���
sivi    mining   plants  tnere   will   oe  a
steady   inc-rea.--   In   ti.'-   go .   ;     . I
i    .  ��� .   lorn     -' .'���     -        thi
���   enue   ot   the territory   was   j-   ������
18.   _nd the expenditure ..-. ������:���   =
that  the   Yukon  is  now  self-sup]
Ing. The amount of royalty upon gold
collected   was  181,507,   bringing     the
total   receipts  under that bead  since
1897  U]   to 13,704.647.
The   territory  has  been   free   from
ie   ol  a   serious  nature,   and  the
Mounted   Police   have   as   usual   performed most effective services.    One
sl   interesting  statement  is    this:
The schi ighout the territory
��� been mainrained at a high state
of efficiency. Under the auspices ol
the Ontario Department of Education
local examinations were h'-ld at uaw-
son for matriculation into the University ���,'. Toronto. The percentage of
passes was high an wei, a�� the aver-
:.-���   of  marks obtained."
Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN  PEOPLE.
A New Type Edison S.S. TRANSFEI
Phonograph
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL
PAID  UP CAPiTAL  . . .   .
....$5,000,000
 $2,200,000
Thrifty people who use ou Savings Bank Department will find
it convenient and wi.l receive every courtesy, whether their account
be   large or small.     Savings  Depatrrents at every  branch.
: The Fireside, $28.60
Th,.. ���'���   '���������s|
Brackman-Kei : -*4
ham Is ru r-tr
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lay. Sa
tag
Additional   tr     :���'��� i
leaving Ni w  ��� nster st �����*!
Trips s -      '-f
M
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without not
V . freight and ; **_
ply to rob:: . -
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Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New Westminster.
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CO-EDUCATION IMMORAL     Grand Trunk Ry,
TRENCH CHURCH RULES, 	
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Episcopate   Letter  Forbids the   Use  of
Public  School   Text   Books  and
Threatens   Parents.
Oct ii.���Speaking In the
;: :   Commons    today.   Patrick
yy.-- member of parliament from
I ������������: df-w the attention ol
Premiei '-. - .ith to the incident on
the of  the    reception    ar
Castlereagi oi Bepl 18, ol Captain
O'Meaghei  Cond -. and John O'Calla-
de gi ���'���- from the L'nited
League ol  America   who have
���-, this Bide in response to an
invitation extended oy John R'-dmond
and other Irish leaders, when the police ordered a local saloon kee pei to
remove '1.'- American flag Mr O'Brien declarel that this Incident w-as
regard'-d in the United States as an
insult to the flag, and be suggested
that Ambassador Bryce be instructed
to explain and apologize. In n-piy.
Mr. Asqulth Informed Mr. O'Brien
that the display ol any flag in a II-
rjuor saloon was illegal, and that the
Union Jack had l"-en ordered removed on a similar occasion, lt was so
obvious that no insult to the American flag was intended that the Government hai no intention of communicating with Washington on the subject.
Paris. Oct. 5.���The French episco-
pate has Issued a pastoral letter warning Catholic parents in Prance that
ithe teaching in the pubii-.- schools
jeopardize   the   faith   of their   child'
We have ree.ivt-.i th- Edison Records fur Octo.vr, and tbey are a fine
selection Come In and let us play
them for you. You are always welcome in our store whether you pur-
r-'jase or not. Come in and let OS
entertasi  you.
Here arp a few picked at random:
If I  'inly Had  a Home Sweet  Home.
by   Will'Oakland;   Lonesoni.���;   When
thp Meadow   I_.rks  Are  Calling:   My
Wife Has Gone to the Country;   The
jOld Rustic  Bridge by the Mill;   I've
(Got  Rings on  My  Fsieers.      Besides
ithe   regular  monthly  Hat   of   40   ree-
'ords. there v a special list of 50 four-
.minute  Ambero]   records   thi?   month
,' which cannot  help  but  please you.  A
call will he all that is required. Come
along and bring your friends.
m
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec, J. H. TODD'S
Portland, Boston, ifii     M   j     H
��� principal business centers of -9       ���'���*�����'_%.       __.wmw*~
And all the principt
Canadian Pacin
Railway to-
Three Trains DaM
WITH        FIRST-CLASS     P^W
TOURIST   AND   DiNING C*��
Imperial Limited leaves at Y'^yM
Atlantic   Exp-ess  leavei at ��� ���* JJ
St. Paul  Express at       .. ������ l''JmM
For reserve; ons ���.-������ otier "'
tlon ������..,(.
C B. FOSTER E. O
('.   P.  A .  V ���.::���
t'.PR-l!"
The Monetary Times writes to the
secretary of the hoard of trade asking
for information about the .|iiantlty of
American capital Invested in local in-
dustrles. Tliif is a difficult problem
in British _olt_**!bia, where s i much
foreign money Is Invested in the material  resources of the country.
iren.   The letter condemns   especially   ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI
BAD vaccine  is |co-educ_tion.   Baying   tbat   the   "mix-
CAUSE   OF   LOCKJAW   ture of the two  sexes  is contrary  to
  morality   and   unworthy   a    civilized
London. Ont., Oct. 5.���Arnold Court, people.'
the sixteen-year-old son of W. Court. \ The letter forbids the use of a score
London South, is in Victoria hospital of public text books, principally his-
tonight Buffering from lockjaw. tol-|tories. and appeals to parents to un-
lowing vaccination. Two weeks ago ilte in protection of the faith.
the lad was Bent home by the prln-j Continuing the letter announces
cipal of the school to be vaccinated, jthat the sacraments of the church will
and the operation was performed by'be refused parents who allow their
Dr. Ferguson. His arm has been badjchildren to attend the interdicted
since, but today he was unable to'schools. "God rather than men must
walk, and Dr. John Ii Wilson dlag-jbe obeyed," the communication de-
nosed the case as lockjaw.    Dr. Fer-jclares.
guson says he docs not think the j The Temps today expressi - the
trouble was from th.- vaccine, but;opinion that this letter is a declarable boy probably brought on tbe dis-,'tion of war against the principle of
ease by scratching the wound. , neutral Instruction, and, therefore, a
 ,��� deplorable error which will only allen-
FACE OF WOMAN TO iate the sympathies of thi   friends of
APPEAR ON U. S. STAMPS lpublic pducat'on ln France and possl-
  bly furnish a new weapon for the real
Washington,    Oct. c���it    Is likely |enemies of the church.
that  for the first time since the government has b.-en issuing stamps the
face of a  woman    will    appear upon
them.     The    new    12-cent    registry I Gypsies,
TIME PROVINCES,
Also to BUFFALO, XEW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA, ,'via Kiatrara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
Gypsies Were Barred.
Toronto, Oct. 5.���A pan-, of eight
who arrived In Toronl , by
slump which the Post Ollice Depart- the Niagara steamer Corona at 1
ment will Issue in conformity with o'clock this afternoon, were prevent-
Postmaster Hitchcock's recent order, ed by the immigration officer from
Increasing the registry fee from eight landing. Just what will become of
to ten cents and authorizing a l--cent,them remains to be seen. It Is said
stamp to be used In conjunction to that several of them hav, _ . - bers
pay the eost of registry and the or- 0f their families in Ontario, and that
dlnary postage, will probably bear the they were going to them. They will
likeness of Martha Washington, be returned to Lewiston.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anrono M>n_lng aikrtrh and dwerMton msy
jnlcklr aarertain nnr oiunliiii free ��:..���: ur an
Inrenil'in 18 prohat Ij patertnhln. '' 'n.iriunira.
ttnnMtrictljTonndentliU. HANDBOOK on I .tenti
ient rrpe. Oldest atrenr* f,<r MOUflag patent*
Patanti ta_en tbronsb Mann 2 o,. r_i��lv_
tpicuMnotUt, withoutclmr.s, to the
Scientific American.
A ha-dwp.t.eij' Uluntrnt.'j irtelclr    famt clr-
BnlAtloo ;,!'..an7 MlenUSo Journal.    Terras for
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720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
743
FRONT STREET
(is the  plac.   to " unlL  ff |
J second-hand  t - ���'
have nearly ...
100 DOZEN fll? f
Y;-
which wn ar, offering tor 4\' ?
Thev are new. ,,,
We also hav a splendid
Over Fifty Sfoffed Birds 89<J
4nima/s
for sals at a bargatt. ai; tt
We can't beftoi to ��"| ' ��� ^rt
have, but no i��p'":
conie bere first. .
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��  OFFICE���TRA ,.ESDAY. OCTOBER 6Y909.
the daily news
PAGE  THREE.
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For the Following Reasons:
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
We have an Alaskan market for our oil at
fabulous prices.
We are erecting our own refinery.
We have a lease on a producing oil well.
We own 800 acres of choice oil lands.
Our officers receive no salary.
Gth    Our officers receive no commission on stock
Sold.
7th    The many natural geographical advantages
we have over any other oil company in the
world.
8th    And we are selling our stock at a price you
can afford to buy.
Some stocks, sold at 10c to 40c per share in California, are now commanding very high prices, many of them selling around $10 to $20 per share.
$100 invested four years ago in San Francisco
McKittrick, operating 60 acres in California, is today worth $8100.
$100 invested in the Pinal Oil Co. five years ago is
bringing an income of $60 per month and is now
worth $12,000.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
B*   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.   Phone Main 586..   614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
_t wonderful progress of Canada Is illustrated by the (act that the
finest Cocoa in the world is mads there.
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
Ii tbe pureit and the best snd is fast becoming tbe bevertge
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO *
DISCOVERS ANTIDOTE
TO SLEEPINO SICKNESS
DREAM SHOWS MOTHER
TIIE FATE OF HER SON
Medical   Science    May   Now   Be   Able
to  Check   Scourge   of  Central
Africa.
DIAMONDS
e have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CH   /"BERLIN, The Jeweler
E  M.ENT8 LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES
Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
I, dE'flht'rc   "  hous��.  nine  full   sized   lots, frame    stable    and  hen  house;
"all under cultivation, directly back   of the   Brunette Sawmills Office, a
��     n0rth of  Columbia  street.
i*/01" What?   Just Think!
Cl   .' "alf cash- balance $30 per month  on term, to be arranged.    Exclu-
j-^JIl^L^jaPe by McQUARRIE   &.   CO.,   Front   Street.
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Y��u  Can   Make   No   Mistake
Paris,  Oct.   5.���Professor    Laveran
read a paper lasi night    before   tbe
Acafsmy  of  Sciences  on  new  troat-
, ment fur' the sleeping sickness,   Tbe
best remedy hitherto has been atoxyl,
which is based nn arsenic, and whloh
Is   only   efficacious   in   the    earliest
stages   of the   disease.   Prof.    Yvon
studied    ii."    properties   of   aniline.
!which  Iir.  Evans, an  American, utilized in  1902     Experiments with guinea   [>ius  Infected   with   the Bame  try-
panosomes   us   attach     man     proved
b iccessful.    Vi,>��� Injections of aniline
eliminated  thertypanosomes  In  three
:v      ternato  Injections
inlline   and   atoxj l   equally   cured
moie     Tl i'ii   comparative   >���   ts
de,  three  guiui u   pigs  b Ing
tri   ted atoxyl  and  thn i
i mi   ol   ' In   '"i n ei   and   i I
��� i
Di i  -i" nti'il   will
at   Baker.     I Ij podermic     li
. io i" IE grains ol ai I
eliminate i thi trypanosomes
the  blood.    Two  Bubjecta who
���i i i
p. vi nlti    i" Blei ;   lost
tendei      i ompletely.
NEW   RELIGION
DRIVES   MAN   INSANE
She  Saw   Him  Buried  in  Pile  of  Sand
and   a   Search   Revealed   His
Corpse.
Jersey  City,    N.J.,    Oct,    6.���That
their sevn yenr-nlil Spui Allied, whu
had heen mising since Tuesday morning, was buried in a sand bill where
he weni to play, and that the boy
was Btandlng ereel Bblelding his face
with his hands, was the dream that
awr-ke Mrs. Newton Lambheai early
yesterday morning, So apparent was
her distress at the vision thai the
husband and neighbors plug tor three
hours In the sand to calm bei 'I he
hoy was not found.
ai   |daylight   the   vlson- thia   time
more  clearlj    again  appeared   to  the
motlu i. Siir directed them to the vei y
poi ���-. here In the di - am    ie hn I seen
! i i   hoy.    A   Becond   time   Ijambh    -
nni the  ii d             thi
cap appe n d   The father faint-
. ompleted
,i;
Tin   boj   . .ml dead In   i - land
Ing poaiton with his band o i his
i isi is the mother had dn amed.
It is believed the boj
Tuesdaj iftei ooon �� bile al play. 1 be
mother colapsed when told t.iat the
dream had come tine
EXHIBI
GRAND   COUNCILLOR   OF   CHINA
JOINS   HIS   ANCESTORS
|
you fm
H y0ur numerous wants    for    Stationery,    Books,    Bibles.
thin n B����kS' Ma9"'nes, Foreign   News  Papers, and In  fact W
9 usually carried in a first-clas_   Stationery   Store.
th
dlema
We buy
uy direct from the manufacturers for spot cash, no  mid-
ns profit to be added and therefore we can show you some
mo^y.sav,ng   price8
he new  English  Church Hymn Books are now In stock.   Do
require   one?
TODHUNTER & BURR
B,
00ksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
_\   Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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Poughkeepsie, N.v.. Oct. 5.���Mrs
Pl isanl Qi"i'ii. colored, r.<; blast
Mansion stret, this city, was one ol
the three perosns baptized in the Hud
son river on Sunday, by an elder oi
a new sect known as the "Church of
God and the Saints of Christ."
Mrs. Green has now been taken to
the Hudson River State hospital, hav
ing been adjudged Insane. She be
came violently insane at her borne,
threw silverware into the stove and
kicked a hole in the side of tht- boose
She hail been going about th<- bouse
since Sunday with a Bible in one
: and a frying pan in the other.
Nothing In it. Says Mann.
Toronto.    Oct.    5.���"Nothing In it,
.aid   Mr.   D.   D.   Mann,  vice-president
of    the  Canadian    Northern  Railway
Company, when    shown    a   dispatch
���om   'v'nnipeg to the effect that the
van   Northern   had  acquired  the
Dulut'i & Northern Minnesota road to
���iii'iiilini. Minn.
Marquis of Graham Here.
Ottawa, Oct. 5.���The Marquis of
v,.lain, son and heir of the Duke of
lontrose, one of the oldest Scottish
annlles. is in the city. He Is now
nt a tour of Canada.
Peking. Oct 5.���Chung Chili Lung,
grand councillor of China, died Ai
9:46 o'clock  last  night.
Chang t'hih Lung, who was one of
the three members of the grand council of China, had been In the government service virtually all his life, lie
was formerly viceroy of Sluing Sim,
nnd wan made a grand councillor In
IIIH7. He was director-general of
the Hahkow-Sze Chuen railroad and
look a prominent part ln the negotiations concerting the loan of China by
foreign interests of 130,000,000 for
the construction of that line. Hla
antl-forelgn tendencies appeared during  these  negotiations.
An unsuccessful attempt was made
to assassinate Chang Chlh Lung last
May, and in July of this year he was
stricken with paralysis.
Lord  Rosebery Demands Peace.
London, Oct. 5.���Lord Rosebery, In
a letter declining to address further
meetings on the budget, says:
"To make any further speeches ol
amplification and reply would simply
involve my return to political controversy from which I have long withdrawn anl to which I hope never to
return."
Queen's Park
New Westminster, B. C.
October 12,13, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
MORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
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ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS   TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER    VS.    NEW   WESTMINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2   p.m. Tuesday,  October  12th,  1909.
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER   13th���Devoted   to   Scottish   Sports,   under   the   management   of the   Sons  of Scotland.
THURSDAY,   OCTOBER   14th���Vancouver   Day,   Championship   lacrosse���Vancouver  vs.     New  Westminster,
FRIDAY,   OCTOBER    15th���Children's     Day.       Children's   sports,
air ship flight, Intermediate  lacrosse and  football  matches.
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   16th���Champlsnshlp
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
lacrosse      match,
STOCK  PARADE,  1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and  Saturday.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the  grounds
each evening.
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President.
W.   H.   KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
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The  Daily  News
F . ial .-   .' ��� -   '      :' V
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WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER  6.   1909.
SETTLED.
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thi    -   ���     ���   	
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:it!am da--           tlon. will .        ���.       .   -,.   .      I less t
the citizens ,    He the heavies    I    i
of Xew Wi  ���    .-      r for many mor.-   - -           5. and that 1
past              levi         I   in   a  wa;    I reighed 44 1-2 lbs   to the bus
was   apparent tors at otl       points
. ���                            ���  -       ���   -jnprejud- lar conditions     Cndi     thes
��� ���   It  must ba      beei   ap- - stances  It   can   well " :��� rstood
pan: ��� -   tt tbe dilly-da.       .          ni first  reports of thi
in attitude takei         by 1      cit; ���   .   . .-     .-eci.
^      :     it lead I     -         -         resuli The al        dispat      giving 1
as has 1 ���������>���   materiall           rhe Van- f the three Northwest P
���    ...���   Power company,  tired  ol  thi 3 thi  estlm U    f thi  Depart:
vacillating   policy   or  the   dty,     has v                   1   Ottawa
���  -       ������   .     with its pro-
I   . asidered  tbesi
Dominion Gov* rni ���
4
IHE PRASER RIVER
FISH COMPANY
Ti:e Xew Up-to-Date
Fish Store
I Opp.   City  Hall
Telei     _     5S0
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habit"   _��� ___^_a_____r.,_'?^-p r-yc i
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Sol! and Pepper Shakers
B ,       i \    '
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DID YOU?
p.i
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some in the trade, as 1 ntend
���  ���   estimati   .-   iltoget
tbi D mini ��� Governmenl has taken
tiv- matti r entln ly into it? own hands.
Th"  result   is   that  the   Government
has   withdrawn   from   the   control   ot
the   city   the  lands   surrounding   tl
lake,  originally   grante-1  for  th.   :
pose   of  protecting   the  city's
supply, and has "taken other and
ter means of insuring the city's water supply in a pure and proj ' Iltlon."    Such is the bald statemeni ol
the official intimation received hy the
mcil and   read at   i--        ��� "mg on
.Monday night.
Exactly what thi a ol ei - means
are does not appeal I 1 the communication from rii. Department of
the Interior. But we can make a
pretty shrewd guess as ro the nature
of the government arrangements.
Reading between tbe lines it is clear
that the Governmenl I.as granted the
application of the Vancouver Power
company upon conditions that will
prove an ample safeguard to the Interests  of New   Westminster.
Inasmuch as both the Dominion and
Provincial governments have now
sanctioned the 'undertaking or tne
company it must be concluded that
- - proposals of the latter wer.- regarded by these powers. Liberal and
Conservative alike, as fair and reasonable. The decision in 1
has ben reached only aftrr trior ..
Inquiry and a careful survey ol tbe
lake and Its surroundings by a government official. We fail to see that
thes supreme authorities, lookin. at
all the circumstances and regarding
the matter in an impartial manner,
could do otherwise than they have
done.
There   is  another  point   a.v   that
tbe   Dominon   Govi would   na
turally consider in ������ ��� gbing I pros
and co.-.s oi the affair. The Burrard
Power company ani the Stave Lake
company are respectively alread.. in
; .  .-.   of  a  right   to  utilise    the
'���'���    ���        oi   tbe   Lillooett   river     and
.i.'i. thi    Vancou
I panj   v. ere  : illy   prepared
b    give   thi    necessary   undertaking,
and take all required precautions for
preserving   the   quality   and   quantity
of Ne.   Westminster's  water supply,
there  could  be   1     good reason   why-
it should  be refused   thi   desin I   license to u.e the water of Coquitlam
lake   for   the   same   purpose.     .More'
than this the Burrard Power company 1
and the   Stave    Lake company    are
practically   oursid'-   concerns,   so   far
a.s   British   Columbia   is     concerned,
with no actual interest in the welfare
of this   district, at  any rate at present.    But the B. C. Electric Railway
company,   the   sister  concern   of   the
Vancouver   Power   company,   has   ln-
������ested   many   millions   in   providing
travelling and carrying facilities over I
this part of the mainland and it seeks '
the  license  to obtain  additional   power   from   Coquitlam   lake for  th<-   correct purpose of further developing its '
valuable     lin<-s     of     communication
throughout this district     It Is therefore but a mere matter of justice that
they should enjoy rights and privileges ;
in   no   wise   less   than   those   already
enjoyed  by newer, onproven and tar j
less useful concerns.
Now that the Dominion Govern- 1
ment has relieved the city of the onus of responsibility in regard to this
very vexed question, the air will perhaps be cleared, bickerings cease,
and all parties will reunite in harmony once more and labor for the
welfare and advancement of our
city.
TiiiS MELODRAMA
IS IfilllY UNIQUE
Not a Single Shot Was  Fired  In  Performance  of  "In  Wyorrirg."  W. _
West Play. Last Evening.
fish
IT foe  Fair
646 C lumbia Street.
CHOICE
FRESH
SAL".' " N
HAUE_T.
OYSTLRS
FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS
IN SHELL.
CM-CKEfSS
DRESSED   LOCAL  GR> IN-
CH.'KENS
E_
FRUITS
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
GRAPES.
BANANAS.
APPLES.
CHOICE COOKING APPLES
A full line of
VEGETABLES
PROMPT   DELIVERY.
i.  ..-  :.
THE RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSETS
A sanitary closet not requir-
ii g water or sewerage.
MACKIE _ BARRIS, Agents
HALL-LAVERY   BLO
New Westminster.
COLUMBIA    STRTET.
Performance  every  .
matinee dailv at 2:3C
ve'in;j at
v   5.
7:30.
In  '. g,    which    occupli .
Opi       Housi   last
:..   li   of Its  kind.
It is a wild west melodrama, and :������'
di spit*   thi   fad   that   the   stage   for
the most    part    was full  or'    plst    -
-   and   Bp 11 -     no-   a   single
. in   was  discharged    throughou-   tl ���
ile  perofmance.      It  is  true  that
there  were    occasions    on    which It
- if the principals would bavi
to   make a breach    in    their praiseworthy  consideration  for  the nerves
of the audience, but the crisis always
I issed  away   without  expenditun
;   ������ .;er.
In all other ways the play-
all   tbe   rules  covering  the
tion  of  a regular  wild  wesi   thr.
The  bluff  and   hearty    ranch   ow:.. r
his  motherly   wife,  the  p-etty  school
: S. A. RICHMOND, Manager:
����������������������������������������������������������������*��������
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
EDISON THEATRE
ANIMATED    PiCTJRES   AND
ILLUSTRATE..   SONGS.
teacher, were all there, in addition to
the regulation hero ani villain, the
former very heroic and the latter
very villainous. The manufacturer
of the melodrama, however, introduced a slight innovation in the cast,
in the shape of a Pinker   . deti   tivi
as    ujually    ornaments
blood  curdlers  that    have  their  mis
en   scene  in  New  York    or  Chicago,
rather than the western plains.
The play was constructed al  ... tl
regulation  melodramatic lines.      Unities  were  objects  of no regard,  and
the   charatcers  wer..-  allowed   to   put
tudience   wise   to   the  course   ol
��� v-.r- in ion. asides and soliloquies
which might cause any self-respi .:.-
playwright to tear his hair. But.
tl en, w h ��� ������ er looks for strict
��� -,< ������ to ��������� ��� ������ nel - of dramatic ai ir.
a melodrama?
The thriller thrille 1 al! right, ail
right, and what more could the audience ask?
Take notice that an application
been made to register Charles Ketcti-
um as tne ownp-r in  fee  simple, under a tax sale deed from 1    C. r I -
to Frederic W. Howay and Robb- L.
Reid, bearing date the 1st day . |  .
cember. A. D., 1902, ol all and Bing
lar   that   certain   parcel     or   tract   ol
land and premises sli .._-. lying and
being in  the  district  oi    New-   Westminster, in  the    province  of    Brit is:.
Columbia,  more    particularly   known
fulfilled  and described as Lot  13 of Bio- I
construe- of Lot 2oi,   Group   1. Murray's Adii-
tion, north half of Lot 14 of Block 13
of Lot  201, Group  1.  Murray's  Addition.
The   latest
mission,   10:
F.  L.
Cor,   Eighth
hits  of  the   season.
Children.   5c.
KERR. Manager.
,'.-. I Columbia Stn
Ad
Bloodsucking    Burro.
San  Bernardino, Cai., Oer. 5.��� ,V'ith
a   vicious  burro  tearing  at  a  jagged
wound in his leg for blood with which
i< i ' b  his parched  thro I   J icob
Gorge, an old prospector, was iound
unconscious and near death. In attempting to inflict a flesh wound in
his pack animal to secure blood with
whlcb to moisten his swollen tor . ie
and throat he accidentally shot Inin-
Beli r I rough the leg.
You and those claiming through
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said hind by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered und*-r the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,'
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the date of the firsl publication of this notice, and in default
of a caveat jr certificate of lis pen-
dens being filed within such period
or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you wlll
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in
of the saiil land, and I shall
��� gister Charles Ketch um as owner
thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice tor
thirty -i.-.ys in a daily news;,.,;, r published in New Westminster will be
good and sufficient Bervlce thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province ol British Columbia, this 28th day of September, A. D. 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Henry Young.  Esp|.. John  Uren, ':
Esq. 228-30
NOTICE.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED
TO. PHONE 585.
MERBITHE. 8 RAAfSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
Xew Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
Wcve Play About Band.
London, Oct. 5.���The intricacies of
the -Titic.l censorship were responsible last night for a rather remarkable
entertairir.ienr at the Aldwlch theatre.
An American band had been engaged
for the season, but when the time
came for the openln the manager
found that the theatre had been only-
licensed for th<- production of a play.
He therefore wove a play around the
band.
The surveyor of taxes and Inspector of revenue. J, ij. McKelligan,
writes to the secretary of the board
of trade, rj. H. Stuart Wade, In answer to a statement that some employers of labor were deducting more
than the statutory 5 per cent, for collecting Lie poll tax that any specific
complaints will be dealt with by the
department upon Information being
Bupplied   from   responsible  parties.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting be-
tween us the undersigned, as confectioners and tobacconists in the City
of New Westminster. British Columbia, under the firm name of Innes &
Reid. has this day been dissolved by-
mutual consent. All debts owing to
the said partnership are to be paid
to the undersigned Ira A. Held at 751'
Columbia Btreet In the said city ol
New Westminster, and all claims
against the said partnership are to be
presented to the said Ira A. Reid by
whom the same will be settled.
Dated this 2nd dav of October   A
D., 1909.
[RA A   REID.
231-3
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line." Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansa�� City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the workl that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder Pc-'land. Or.
IT
THE
PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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DAILY NEWS
Sporting Goods
THE   NORTHWEST   WHEAT   CROP.
Different authorities have estimated
the total wheat crops of Manitoba,
Alberta and Saskatchewan at from
107,0011,000 to 105,(100,000 bushels, and
the latest estimate prepared by the
Federal Department of Agriculture ut
Ottawa gives the total yield of the
1 hree provinces 111 160,000,000 bushels, as compared with 96,000,000 bushels last year. Of course the latest
estimate, should be the more correct
one, as it is  based   upon  the  actual
DIEBOLD SAFE .ND LOCK CO.
CANTON.  OHIO.
Prices given on application for Fire,
Burglar proof and other safes; vault
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent, H. J. A. BURNETT, Accountant and auditor, P. 0    Box 691
DUCKS    AND     DEER,   ETC.,
THE  SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING
OPENED  ON   SEPTEMBER  1.
TRY   US  FOR   REQUIREMENTS   IN   THE   GUN,  AMMUN
OR  SPORTING  GOODS  LINE, AS   WE   ARE    CARRYI
AND  COMPLETE  STOCK   AT   LOW  PRICES
ING   A
ITION
FULL
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
'^83-3882
HAVE VOU CALLC,
Lee's Emz
where the Great Salt-
Beds and Bedding
.
'mm
.   furniture
��ull swin?
A GENUINE MONEY-SAVING SALE!
Now   is  your   opportunity   to   get   your
cr  is  it  a  Brussels you  want?    We   ca-   sv
will surprise and please you.
See   us  at  once  for bargains   in   Beds,
Tapestry  Rugs.  Flannelette  Blankets
M
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WE   HAVE   THE   SELECTION   AT
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PLUMBING
Steam and Gas Fitting, Sheet   Metal
Works and General
Repairs.
B. C. Mills, Timber m
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dtaiers in AH Kma   0/
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe_.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Drain
Royai City Branch, Columbia St I
Telephone 12.
New Weib
r
Shoe
Comforts
For these long winter
evenings.
That is what vou are looking m
c 1
You will find it in a pair of W
Jaeger's pure wool slippers or al
pair of genuine reindeer mocassins.
We have them in all sizes, from 51
in infants' to 12 in men's.
SOLD  ONLY   BY
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN
Holmes Block
m H'ESTW
WATCH   THIS   SPACE
It will be to your advantage to read our advertisement from day to day, as we will have snaps for you all the time.
JUST   NOW  WE   ARE   SELLING ONE   QUART   BOTTLES   OP   PIRST-CLASS   PICKLES, 25c  EACH        EXTRA SELECTED  EGGS, 3 DOZEN   POR   |1.00   (���ese   eg.s
3 LBS. BUTTER FOR $1.00.      WE WILL HAVE SOME FINE  BUTTER TO  nrr.o SELECTED   tut,  , .
h  BUTTER TO  OFFER     YOU   IN  A  FEW  DAYS   IN   14-LB.   BOXES  AT A   VERY   LOW PRICE.
you
can
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C. A. WELSH, The People's G
rocer.
Phones 193 and 443.   SappertonPhoiH
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TUESDAY.  OCTOBERS.   190,
THE   DAILY   "
PAGE FIVE.
ON'S
SPORTING NEWS
ry Goods liouse
Big Sale of House Furnishings This Week.
Get ready for the Fair.
Sheeting, quilts, blankets, curtains, hi ble linens and napkins on
sale this week at special cut prices.
Call and see what we are offering.
ADAMSON TO PLAY
IX EXHIBITION TOURNAMENT
Tecumseh  Player Will   Leave Toronto
For   Vancouver   Thursday   of
This Week.
WE   SELL   FOR   LESS.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
ASTIGMATISM UNCORRECTED
It a constant drain on your nerve energy, an.l Is
rhe cause of headache., dizziness, Insomnia, etc.
If your health is not good, eyestrain may be the cause
ol pill your trouble. \\'e do not charge for eaxmlna-
tlon. .
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
Don in,on  Trust   Hid?;.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, B. c
Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Si* Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAIN
H_ULpEtVE   CARRALL STREET   DAILY   AT   1   P.   M.    HALF-
�� SERVICE FROM GRANVILLE STREET STATION.
Oct.   5.���Con  Jones,    the
Vancouvei   lacrosse  magnate,  who is
at the King Edward on his way homi'
��� ������   'i ork,   was   in  conference
���������'������������ "i   the .Tecumseh  play
ers.    The  men   who  mei   him    were
Harry   Murton,   Pickering,    Adamson
Whai   arrangi mi nl    thi j   came   to
Is  a  dark   secret,   bul   I  ese  players
I will doubtli.    be wiih Vancouver nex
spring,    lr   is    stated    thai    Archie
nson  wil go oul  on Thursday ol
i   ������ and will plaj againsl West-
'   tei   v v   week   in   a  post-season
series,  and   thai   a   jewelrj   busin iss
will   I-   : andled   In   Vancouver.    The
loss of these four players  will  be a
serious one to the Tecumseh team.
Con also secured Johnnj Howard
[while in .Montreal for his team. Howard was oul thai way last spring, but
the Shamrocks needed him, and he
came hack. He is said to be booked
foi the coasl again for sure, and will
o  oul   next  spring.
,   FIRS1   ,: '���' ind ;, hair fur-
lon8B    I ���   -     mai len two-year-olds.
]-  Zlnl< md;   ���>,  Barm .     Mason-   3
Prince Winter.
SECOND RACE���Six rurlongs selling;   thn e-year-olds and up.
'��� i;"!p Haley; 2, Zick Abrams; 'A,
\\ amboro.
THIRD RACE -One and one-quarter mile; three-year-olds and up.
1. Wolfvllle; _, My Bouq tel ii
Peggy O'Neal.
FOURTH RACE���Five furlongs.
selling, three-year-olds an I up.
1, Salvage; 2, Belle of Iroquois; :',.
Lena Leach.
FIFTH RACE���One mile an l 20
yards, selling, three-year-olds and up
1. Ml Derecho; .. Prestige; ;:. Lord
Provost.
sixth RACE���One mile an I 20
yards, selling, three-year-olds and up.
I. I'1, Grammonl: 2, Long Ball; '.',.
Marin.
SEVENTH RACE���Five anl a hall
furlongs,   selling;   two-year-olds.
1. Daddy Glp;  2, Mr. Hose; :;. Flre.
WE CAN SHOW YOU
the best line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
Large assortment just arrived.   Best value, lowest prices.
A great variety of Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.    Evervthing in Home Furnishings
at astonishing pi ices.
W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT  CALL  81.
Bestwood Nursery Handicap.
Nottingham, Kng.. Oct. 6.���The
Bestwood Nursery Plate handicap of
200 sovereigns for two-year-olds, flve
furlongs, was won by VVltchfinder. J.
R. K'eene's Suffragist was second, and
Bobsleigh third. Fourteen horses
started.
FOOTBALL
The National Cup Tie.
The Westminster Rovers "ill have
some difficulty to put a team in the
field mi Saturday lit to meet the Thistles In the first round of the National
cup at Vancouver, owing to the lack
of a goalkeeper of senior standing,
and the doubt whether Vlner can turn
out. It is expected the next 24
hours will deride the completion oi
the  team.
Harry Stone Beats McGovern.
Baltimore, Md.. Oct. 5.���Harry H.
Stone of New York earned the decision given him by Referee Ulniat. at
the end of a twenty-round bom with
Tiny McGovern of this city before
the Eureka Athletic club last night.
I WANT YOUR GROCERY ORDERS
I can give you good value for your money,
prompt delivery and courteous treatment.
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C. B.  DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
Ottawa  Starts Season Well.
Ottawa,   Oct.   _.���The   Ottawa   foot-
ball  team started ofl  lhe Inter-provin-
clal season in good shape at 'Varstly
oval,   Saturday,   when   they     downed
the Montreal fourteen In an interesting agame by a score of .j to 15. Ottawa  won their first   game as the re-
|suit  of  all  round  superiority.    They
had a shade the better of the visit-
ling  team in  most   departments.
|treal,  however, proved  stronger
many expected them to be.
The  teams  were;
Ottawa���Christies.     McCann.
I Hams,   Gerard,     Snelling.    Ferguson,
Kennedy,   McCuaig,  Church,   Phillips,
l Disney.   Vaugban,  Grisford,  Kilt.
Montreal���Stinson, Hamilton. Duek-
ett, Craig .Daily, McNamee, Allan,
Collins, Kgan, Douglas. Ward, Balllie,
Cameron,   Armstrong.
This Jap Runner Quit.
Honolulu. Oct. 5.���An International
Martahon was run Sunday and resulted ir a victory for Nigel Jackson, an
American, over the Japanese champion. Tsukomolo, who gave up soon
after the fourteenth mile, when Jackson was a mile and a half ahead.
Mon-
than
U ll-
Women's Golf Championship.
Philadelphia. Oct. 5.���Out of seventy entries for the women's national
golf championship at the links of the
Merlon Cricket cluh. Haverfor 1. all
but three started, and every one finished. Although it might have been
warmer the external conditions could
hardly have been more favorable. Not
more than six of the scores were
passably low. Of the seven British
vistors. all played but one. only foil''
qualifying. Miss Dorothy Campbell,
H-iiish champion, was the only one
of the four to fall In the first six.
Low score was a triplet tie at 86 be-
twen Mrs. Caleb Fox. Philadelphia;
Miss Margaret Curtis. Boston, ex-national champoln, and Miss Anita
Phlpps, Springfield, Mass.
Woman's  G
Philadelphia,
contest for the
plonship of the
today on the
Cricket Club al
than sixty entr
all the first r
in ihis country
across the Atl
Campbell, of
Scottish tltleho
attraction.
olf  Contest   Begins.
Oct.    4.���The    annual
woman's  golf    cham-
I'nited   States  opened
links  of    the   Merlon
llaverl'ord, with monies, including virtually
ank     feminine  players
and four experts from
antic.       Miss   Dorothy
North Berwick, the
lder, was the centre of
What Grade of Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you���and guarantee them, too.
JOHN B. GRAY. Watchmaker and Jeweler
Tonight a team will go to Vancouver for the regular weekly game.
The Royal City Mills team Challenge the Native Sons for a series or
three games, Thursday evening. October 7.
, Quite a few of the boys intend
rolling their individual games this
p evening.
AUSTRALIAN   BOY   IS
GREAT   BILLIARD   ARTIST1
.Melbourne. Oct. 1.���George Gray.
the Australian boy player���he is only
seventeen-���has heen recognized tor
more than a year as the coming
champion in the billiard world, but |
few were prepared for his latest
achievement. Some little time ago
he constantly broke Inman's red ball
record with breaks of 315, 393, 435,
and 5u4, but on August 25, when playing on a standard table In Melbourne j
he made a break of 836, no fewer
than 831 being made off the red ball,
this meaning a run of 277 consecutive hazards, while the break itself
1 sthe largest ever made under present rules, if tlie numerous runs o!
many thousands are ignore I made by-
Cook, Heece, Dawson and others by
means of the freak "cradle" carom.
Swiss Cyclist Rides First.
Berlin,   Oct.   5.���Henry Gulgunard
the Swiss cyclist, won the cycling
championship of Europe at St. Egliuz.
He coverd 100 kilometers (62.1 miles)
in 1 hour IS minutes 41 seconds.
ululgunard's time is said to be a
world's record.
Scrap   Is   Postponed.
San   Francisco.   Oct.   5.���The    Ket-
chel-Johnson   fight,    which    was    to
'have  taken  place    October   12,    was
postponed  until  October 16    at    the
urgent   request   of    Promoter  Jimmy
Coffroth.      The     promoter     declares
that  he believes  it better to  change
the date for business reasons. Satur- .
day being a better day than Thurs- I
day to draw a crowd.    All conditions
governing   the  match  are  unchanged
In  the  new articles.
F.  J.  LYNCH   IS  HONORED.
Congratulations on Election as Deputy Grand President of Eagles.
The new deputy grand worthy
president of the Order of Eagles, ..
j. Lynch, was welcomed home at the
meeting of the New Westminster
aerie of the Fraternal Older of
EaglP* last evening on his return
from the grand aerie convention at
Omaha.
At this convention he was elected
to this important offlce, having jurisdiction over the Canadian aeries, and
a warm welcome naturally awaited
him . The message notifying the
appointment came from him during
.his absence, and his fellow-members
'desired to mark the occasion of such
lan important offlce falling to a past
president of the aerie.
One white man was assessed the
usual fine on admitting his having
been overcome by liquor. Two drunks
falling to put in an appearance forfeited their ball of Ave dollars each.
Work was suspended on the street
sewers yesterday, though a little tilling In of the trench on Flrsl street
was acomplished in the afternoon.
Permission has been granted by the
dty council to move the market sheds
in order to build the retaining  walls
CITY   POLICE   COURT.
Lack of Interpreter Hinders Business
of the Court.
Owing to the absence of Magistrate
Corboult In Vancouver yesterday
!morning, the police court session was
[deferred to the afternoon. Indians
were again the chief visitors to the
courtroom, the fondness of the natives for liquor accounting for their
presence. On this occasion the red
men appeard not as principals, but
as witnesses, against a Chinaman ac-
'cused of selling liquor to them. The
I evidence was obtained with difficulty
on account of the poor quality of English used, so that the magistrate was
|constrained to give the Celestial the
benefit of the doubt. The chief witness declared that he saw the whisky
sold to another Indian, but admitted
that he himself was not present during the transaction. The case was
dismissed.
. , dtv council m num- tut- imo n. .	
A IU /r HTlr^r, --. . .7 rr   in order to build the retaining  walls
WERTISE  IN  THE   NEW5p-r""bl* ���,"^c,.0", "'"   "'
Drunk on Bench.
Regina, Oct. 5.���The charge on
which Judge Mac-Lean of Battleford
will be tried by the commission appointed last week are. "Helng drunk
while on the bench." There are mitigating circumstances, however, which
the friends of the accused are sure
will result in his exoneration. Judge
MacLean's Ul health will be urged in !
his defence.
WHERE DID YOU
GET THAT SUIT,     -    ,
.MR'SWELL DRESSER*
A friend met  Mr. Swell Dresser on the street.
���Why where did you get that bird of a suit you've got on?"
he asked.
"Now you shouldn't ask a question like that," answered Mr.
Swell Dresser, "you should know better. I used to go to the
tailors to get my clothes made and lay down fifty and seventy-
five dollars for a suit of clothes, but I  have got over that."
Mr. Swell  Dresser smiled wisely at his friend.
"What! Have you quit getting your clothes at the tailors?"
asked   the   friend.
"To be sure,'' replied Mr. Swell Dresser. "What's the use
of paying the tailor fifty when I can get a swell suit of clothes
for thirty-five  and  get   it any  minute   I  want  it?"
Fifteen dollars on a suit is a good little bunch of money to
save, and you  can  do this  if you will buy your clothes from
REID & CO
Sellers of the Finest of
Ready-Made Clothing
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALPRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Stree .
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THE  DAILY  NEWS
W.-.r.:    "'.^
STCHMLES
EVAPORATED
CREAM1
"i
KING ADDRESSES
OUTDOOR MEETING
SUI NOI PHOT0OK4PH
LADIES .KILE BATHING
t_-.. '.\-..i c nvioc���uie nsost *_.at
St Ch Cream is superior to a.-. on the market easily
- ror, col r   i St. Charles Cream,
-������        the proper ai ter I   iki s an exi ellent
drink milk, but
-    ���   ���      ���  ���       Sl      '   -'��� - Cream  never
e%    '��� ��� ��1 a. the best for any purpose,
��� than 1 -     ���     Its i      is ���    _ mi
use St. Char!       - ..ij.
Those  who
u
Sold by  Itcst Grocer* E-oerynujhert
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY, Ingersoll. Ont.
T:*3__f��S_3W3'-
Unusual Event in Athens
Capital���Protest Sent to
Sovereign.
i- .   City   Passes   Ordinance���The
Psychology of the   Married
Mai.
-[yiln.miflr'f. ff(P
"^rmnnssr '
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
FAMOUS ELLERY BAND
COMES TO VANCOUVER
_7G_Ci/
_a_7uiri]iai_i^7c^
.i wi.i nni .t to your afltrani.._^
t< arrange your booking at tbia office,
whether you intend to travel or sending for your Wen Is,
From  Montreal and Quebec.
Empress   of   Ireland    October  22
Empress of Britain  . .   . .   November 5
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET.
C. P. R. Agent.
Mr. Gi    .���"!-���:���     ��� :    inces t
���   .- ���    secure the I un   is   Bi
nd 1      thi   wi ���.. i. ommi i    - -
Moi ' :   h  ��� ���.       This  popular oi -
��� ��� ,.\ give a com ��� rt eacl
thai   ��������� eek, and afternoon con-
ginning    on    Tuesday afti
:.    :.
Elh     - : md has not been heard
sl   oi    even years and
bi ard 1-  at  the  um--
ts   lasi   risil   di ���- an   that   ir   b pp-
: ed fully oni   hundred per cent.
������    .- it was at the timi   of its prevl-
ie  appearance.     The band was engaged  for  five  weeks a-   the  exposi-
:.  in  Seattl.-.    b it    so tn mi i
was  its triumph  from  the  vi   ���   flrst
that the contract was renewed for an
-xtra four wi eks 'inl the org  Ql
emains to the cl  -������ of tht- fair.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817. Pacific   Fieet  Leaves   Honolulu.
Honolulu. Oct. 5.���The Pacific coast
CAPITAL $i4,4..,oo_.oo  fleet,  commanded  by    Reai   Admlra
RESERVE     11,000,000.00  Sebr6e   sailed  this afternoon  tor the
Philippines,  after  a  month's  stay   in
Branches throughout Canada and Hawaiian waters. It is planned to
Newfound:ani, an-] in London, Eng- ' ' ���'-��� T^e whole distance at a Bpeed
land. New York. Chicago and Spokane. '
U. S. A., and Mexico Cry. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of tb'
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit,
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
rnW   Assets  over $168,000,..I.I.U0.
~E7    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
O. D. BRYMNER, Manaer-r
i.ip.-. 5.��� ���   B i:_ 1 event.
.   "       King  a id: essing  ..
:   ���   .:..   ol     Is SUbJ
today.      It   wris  in    c    v
��� :.-   and still  continuing
;   :��� tla     lissati
Iministi ation
md His   "    esty's sym]
tic attitude won git-.:: apph .
Thi   daj   : ad  bi ��� _  m idi       i ���
and    a    m:-.ss    i:. ���
���'    - practl
���:.'. ���   population  of Athens   ind thi
leus       I pa ition pro-
������--.. ���       - :
tion  whl - .   ' dis-
iti      i mtrj
Tht   tm eting, whi e
ent
] tion to presenl   tbi      lolui
His   M  j- .-'..    -
���    r, in which b<   sal I I trust
ed thi   govei r..-nent. in  whi
;cont;.r- Dee,   and  thi   cha   v
was composed of patriots, would  ap-
I  ���' . "��� i the  justii ���   ol   thi   ; -   |
lemands,   and   that   the    renaissance
of the country would be securi-d within the limits of the constitution.
The leader of the deputatii
wa:d read tne reply outside the palace to an immense crowd, whose l"iici
��� ��� rs brought King Georgi to the
balcony. Here His Majesty .smiljuj;-
ly congratulated tne people on the
���-nt manner In Whi they hail
subi tti : ; ��� I: wishes. Up repeated
his written reply, adding t_ai b d<
sired the renaissance ol the country
as much as thev did.
I   :      N    .' .   Oct    5.���] '
pretty wo
taket
.   - ii;? Who knows":
���	
id  Id    which  n . m< i ���
- lr tl ���   liscusslon.    It
easi ' until  coul
...   i"    discuss  the   I
reeks a det
ol    tbi   ��� ' ���   tv
ng a boi
huntei photo-
F       countless   si
their    cameras,    tl
stalki ind form havi
-���'.-.      on the. b
��� .      ���   ���    ���   ���   bill was unevent-
Councilmai   '���'
mind      Hid afti I
���   slf'rmlsl       mnch'
the ilea    that  1..-  had    nevei   In  his
v   '
��� ��� ting to  ba ring hei   ;    tun
��� v. even lf �� - ���   ���������������;��� b          t-
. d suit.
The council showed Its appn      I    i
f Murtlands' tho         I pas
p      and it is Inten I i note, tor
mere  ]>>;��� chol��gi         ��� that everj  marli d man voti : In fai������:  of I  -
bill.
WILL   USE   BIG   STICK
ON   SPOONING   COUPLES
��� for the men of the fleer ended
at midnight. Admiral Sebree has
been liberal in the matter Oi leave
sine---  the  arrival    of    the fleet   and
vnds of sailors have been
ashore. The police have bad no
e with  the men.
Drop Light  Electrocutes  Man.
Bakersfield.  Cai.,    Oct    5.���Glib
Ayrton. an  Englishman  .'IG years old.
killed hv a shock from an orfin-
i    ;���   drop  electric   light   in  th.-   livery
stable of Frank Keller on I Btreet late
'Monday night.      The floor of the sta-
ble    was  soaked with    rain  and  the
��� -  clothing    was    wet    when  he
ped the light.
Opera  House  Bookings.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Of. 13���Scottish Concert.
Oct.
"Lo."
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Hill Says Will Be Eenough Cars.
Chicago, Oct. 5.���James J. Hill,
chairman of the Great Northern
hoard, last night deni'-d friar there
would be a car shortage this fall for
the crop movement. Mr. Hill announced plans for the construction of
the Oregon Trunk line to be built up
1 ancj 9. Th.^ Shepherd King.  ,,1P   Deschutes   river.      How   far   the
road  would be extend'-]  he said had
not yet been determiri' I.
20.���O.     Henry's
28���The Climax.
New  Opera
Yonkers. N.V.. Oct. 1.���Rev. Henry
F. Xavler, known in Yonkers as tlie
enuous clergyman." expressed
[this morning in the pulpit of St.
Joseph's Roman Catholict church, his
Intel -ion to publicly chastise every
.couple in the parish whom he finds
spooning in secludvi Btreets and lovers' lanes. "1 intend In the future.
hf said. " to use my cane on all the
young couples whom I catch sitting
in shady spots. The sauntering of
young people of opposite sexes along
shady lanes at night and spooning in
dark corners must cease. There are
too many long courtships in the par-
ship. Every young lady who is keeping company should not hesitate to
ask her suitor what his intentions
are. if he calls frequently upon her (
and yet show no disposition to ask
her to be his wife. Marriage 1�� too
sacred a sacrament to be lightly regarded."
Ottawa.   Oct.   5.���Plans   an
for a   moral   reform   and   so I il
impalgn  In  Ottawa.     i -..   - .;���
pressloi      f gaml      .    tnd   tl e  wl ite
ire the prii    pa! objects
I   at.
tices havt  !>��� en Fvr oul bj   Mi
Pattl    r     Si   retarj    ol   thi
' I" ������������ a Council ol !-'��� di i ited ( :.
i confei nci   ior Frldaj   af-
ten        nexl     Rev, Dr   .1   G   Sl earei
of Toronto will be pn si at    Thi   ol
jeel    of the conference "To take
sti |.- to bring before parliament at
its next session such amendments tu
the criminal code as will p il It out
of the power of any man or mi
.-������'"ire a license for gambling purposes in any form whatever. To dls-
i iss measures to put down the white
slave traffic in Canada, especially as
regards the traffic in this city. To
organize a council of moral reform
and social purity for Ottawa cltj as
a branch of the central organization
iri Toronto."
AVON   RIVER   DEVASTATES
THOUSANDS   OF   ACRES.
4.���Parisian Mode;.
19.���Human   Hearts.
,^_^__________ San  Francisco   Oct.  5.���Thomas  J-
O'Brien, United States ambasaadoi to
Lifebuoy   Soap    Is    delightfully  re-  Japan,  started   on   the  return   to  his
freshing for    Bath or Toilet    in  hot  post in Tokyo today on the steamship
weath-er. For washing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and
purifies. ������
Mongolia,    after  a    visit    to  Lis  ol 1
home in  Michigan and various othi
pai ts of the east.
Vacation  Trip  to  Scot'and.
Seattle. Oct. 5.���Arthur Calder, general passenger   agent    for the Canadian  Pacific   Railway   anl   steamship
ll Si   ttle,  will   leave   today  on
an extended tour of the Eastern
St ites and Europe, on which he wlll
be absent two months. Mr. Calder
will spend a great deal of his time in
Scotland. He will be accompanied
fn -   Seattle east by his father, Alex-
tndei   (.'aider, of  Vancouver.
London, Oct. 5.���The River Avon Is
on a rampage as the result of unprecedented rams, and hundreds of families are ho leless. At certain points
the stream has left its banks and Inundated the countryside.
Practically    the    entire    town    of
Aberavon,  "villi  a  population  of -���	
is   under   water',   the   depth   of   w
varies from two to six fe. -.     in son ���
cases    the    Inhabitants    have    been
obliged t.  take refuge on roofs.
.\ number of buildings and bridges
have ive,, sw.-pt away, railroad beds
have hen damaged, and trains held
up by deposits of mud. Only one
man has beev drowned, but the financial  losses ate heavy.
y^m&m-mf- * m&>,_:
Price is a good salesman, but Quality is a better one.
You will find both at
The New
ore
The qualities we are offering in Bedding Accessories are away up,
while prices in comparison are away down.
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OCTQBr
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\ Stop and See Our ToiletS*
35c a I'
oapsj
AT
! RYALL'S " tS;H
��� Eyes Tested Free.    P]       -- ���
��� ���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������^ eet,
��� �����
^���'-������-i
Eastertrook   Milling C
__urnc.   B. C.
umpany,
FLOUR !       FLOUR i
IMPERIAL   ... .  $7.25  p.r  B
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75  per  E
TERMINAL $5.25 pe,
HINDOO   FLOUR    $4.5. per E:
McQuarrie & Co.__2_H__
OTTAWA   PLANS   BIG
MORAL  REFORM  CRUSADE
WE   ARE   READY   Tj $H.|y
you how It i
m
than it Is I
er    kind
rials   that   :   ��� ; r MUI
We  can   p ;;.,. otbq|
that nei i n   air   a. tbe I
!; .: I
materials       Sei    ������, ��� -   ���-.. \
���:���  - -      >
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
P. BURNS S CO.
Wholesale and Retai
Dealers in
Beef, Mutton, Veal
Pork  and Poultry
of the best quality.
MWWWWWHWWHWWWHmlWII'''
E. C. TRA VES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
P^-^'T'^.TS.'?"*''^^TT'"^!k'-" V
i yri&i
__���___ /_..��_.. >���.!__._Trriri.
Sheets
84   WHITE    COTTON    SHEETS,  PLAIN   OR  TWILLED:   SPLENDID    VALUE   AT,   EACH... 90c
WHITE    HEMSTITCHED    SHEETS,   NICE   FIRM   CLOTH:
S4   SIZE,   PER   PAIR %2 75
104   SIZE,   PER   PAIR
.$3.00
Pillow Slips
Flannelette Blankets
Our prices on like quality cannoi be beaten.
104   WHITE   OR   GREY,   PER   PAIR $1 2
114  WHITE  OR   GREY,   PER PAIR
124  WHITE   OR   GREY.   PER  PAIR
.$1.50
.$2.00
PLAIN   AND   HEMSTITCHED, IN A VARIETY OF WIDTHS AND
PRICES,   FROM,   UP
20c
Sheetings
Large Stock of Plain and Twilled
WIDTHS 7 4  TO   10 4;   PER YARD 27'/2c TO 50c
White Wool and Union
Blankets
7, 8,  AND  9   POUND  WUGHTS, PE RPA.R   ..   ..$4.60 TO $10.00
Wadded Comforters
LARGE SIZE. AT $1.50, $1.75 JO.
DOWN   QUILTS,   UP  TO
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Electric Railway Service;
Interurban  Line.
Cars for Vancouver aud way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p, tn.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
Cars lea��
tram
City   Lme:   ��� *|
office on the hour, twenty m   XI
utes   after,   and  forty  *��
f ' ��0 .1   rl  *
after, commencing at �����-        A
Sapperton L.ne: Cars Wj j
nt ten minutes after the '; ���
half past and fifty m'"��te 8"0;j
the hour, commencing a'      ,
a. m.
nday service h,lf-^"r
Su
tween S:30 a. ni. a
.$2.00
$15.00
I   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co",i^\
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The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Columbia Street Local Improvement
Notice.
Pursuant to section 20 of the "Lo-
'cai Improvement General Bylaw,
1909," notice la hereby given that the
Assessment Roll of the "Columbia
Sireet Local Improvement" Is open ror
Inspection at the ofllce of the Assessor in the City Hall. New Westminster, British Columbia, and In case
the  owner  or  any  person   Interested
��� i_v>'1(''t
Iln  any    of   the   P"�� * rom *���
r__err.��s,��.rf
^::y'YYYy-"
to the undersigned * *'
intention  to appeal. llKr,
Dated this 29th day ol
A .D., 1909.
W. *���  DlS^:
Ail
D8te of firstRation. *>
of September, 1909- gESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1  '
*'*''   '   j '���������     I
'���in'
-TTToFCANADIAN    HO ML-
���0PSST'��SAD   REGULATIONS.
ip-   .        Lands with.
.,..,  m 13        p Colum-
i)  per-
ij a family
.action  ol
I,    _i
[>ersonally at
I ,     ,,   district
w ,.      Entry
., :. v   made on
:       ., ,,    the    tather,
brother or Bis-
_omesteadar.
la required to per-
connected  there-
oi    the    roltowing
: ,t Six months' residence
, , i   of   the   lain!  ou
ears.
mother, n tne
I,  ol the homesteader
���:,. in the vicinity ol
��� for, iii- requirements
satl Bed    >
lng with tin   lain, i
' _   . his permanvsni
I irmlng   land   p.-.vn-pi
iv    o;  ins home-
I h( nti .p   to resld mce
1 ...   residence  upon j
I
I ri writing should !
J i immlsslonar ol  Do- j
J. Ottawa of intention I
- inlng rights  may   be ;
'" (,������   ,,    eriod  "I     twenty-one j
.   rental  of $i   per i
' j;, ���   ..... ������    than    25��� ">0    acres
one  individual  or
L        .  . yalty  pi-  the rate or
tjl ,   shall   he   collected
,  ei coal mined.
W   W. CORY.
.. Minister oi th,. Interior.
j'v ��� zed    publication    ot
|...    ���       ent  will    not be paid
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE  SK1VI.N.
CHINAMEN   MUST   NOT
EMPLOY   WHITE  GIRL'-
Toronto,  Oct.
lasloners are (
and  pul  a  si'1!'
Chinese    restaui
adopted  of  serin
while   girls     as
meeting  of    the
was decided in ;
If  they   had   the
lam,ini   licenses
not agree i<>  ke
(rom white girls
5.���Tlie   iiOlice     coiie
vldentlj   )A"iii'A  in
in the practice some
run     keepi rs
lng    tin- sei vice    ol
waitresses      Ai
board  yesterday   ti
tsk  the  city   BOlli
power to refuse ri
tv   Chim-si'   ��ho   il: I
ep  their place    fn
MANY CONViCTS
ARE GOING INSANE
War .    litentiarySays
Epidemic i.s Due to Lack
i _ Work.
Company   to   Liquidate.
Boston,  ii' i    ii.���li   w.is  announi ed
here today thai  the Boston and Colo
rado  Smelting   Company,   which   i a i ,(.n!i;i
heen engaged In Bmeltlng at Denver,
Colo.,   I,ir   nearly   15     years,  is  to   h'
Oct.  5       n   epi h a Ic  ol
Kiveisld ���   Penl-
wln ; than   thlrti en
i ',i,lined,   and
Idlssolved   and    the    assets    dlvldi I lelghti lunacy commissions
among iis stockholders.     Shortage ol   an   now .akin    testimony al   the prl-
copper and other ores is said  to explain the decision to liquidate.     'I he      .
company was    incorporated    In  1865     " d thal ��" Saturday
with  $1.5iii),iniii  capital. mornln    two        ...       each    at least
 ��� partially    demented,      fought      with
Another Canadian Veteran Dies.        knivi     li     he  pi On     con-
Montreal,   Oct. ��� 6,���Lieutenant-Colo-    Ici   named    dyers   bad   pari   of   his
ni i   Hairy  Payn,  formerlj   command   face, his nose, i ntin Ij  cut
.:     offlcei  p'l ill" Seventieth reglmeni   uwa:     .. ,       ,.,.   ,atant
and the flrsl officer to graduate rrom  named Long, was badh      il I'hej
Wolseley barracks, dud at his home ..,,
FIrcroft,  in   Westminster,  last  night, ,���,,,  in ,h,. ,,,,.,���,;,,   wll |h  . .,    .
agi 'I  fi.       lie took an active pari  in   , .       es of i
military    mailers,    and    served ai   ������
captain in the Riel n belllon.
r
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DIN
NER TABLE FOR EXHIBI
TION   WEEK.
fl
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
enoticp> that an application has
regl iter   Annie   Ryder
r.er in :"���������   simple, under a tax
(I-: from SI Iney A. Fletcher to
Rvd'r   I ��� :i ttg   date   the   13th
October   \   D . 1906, of all and
lar that certain  parcel  or tract
md and  premises   situate,   lying
Wn-i In   the    district  of    New
;���..:.������ -  In  the Provinc- or Brlt-
more    particularly
n  and   described    as  Liot   'M,
Lota 8, 9, 16 and  17. Block
8, 9, 16 and  17, Block    ��;
1,5 12  1 id 20. Block . ; Lots
I ::  Block 10; Lota l. 8.
and 17, Block 12;   Lots 4, 5,  12.
v   Block 13;  Lots 1, 8, 9, 16]
7. Bl      14; Lots 1. 8. 9, 16 asd I
i. 5, and 20, Block I
Ul..  ���  16 and 17. Block 18;
21;  all   subdivisions  of
1      Lots 10, 11, 12, 13.
.'  :   "K."  subdivision of
fl   '      1 .  Lots 21. 25. 20. 27.
Ill   lock 1; Lots 2. 3, 4, 5, 6.
11,12, 13   11   15 18, 19 and 20,
I  :. ��� !'���   Hlock 5;   Lots  1, 8,
Hock 15; Lots 4. 5, 12,
I, subdivision 0f Lot
Group 1;  Loi  ;,  Block  4, ol  Lot
Group 1. M :;i i;i.
<i and those claiming through or
���   ind all   persons  claiming
it In the 3aid land  by vir-
'{ any um    i tere 1   Instrument.
p -ning any Interest
I land  by descent,   whose
! '������    re .   ered  under the  pro-
Land  Registry  Act."
I -- I to contest  the claim  of
'��' purchaK��r    within   ten   days
;'������ late ol   he first publication
i     p'. default of a cav-
'������ certificate of Us pendens helng
:    ich pi riod, or in detault
'���-    fore registration you
each of you w.n bo forever <-'H-
d and debarred from setting up
Halm to or tn respect of the said
���Md I shal] register Annie Ryder
*ner then-of tn fee.     And I here-
;-"" thai publication of this no-
��r ten days in a aaiiv newspaper
��ed In N,.w   Westminster  will
lm and Efficient service thereof.
"I ��t  ih.'  land    registry  offlce,
Wp-Mminsvr, province of British
|:,   J    "<-   30th   day   of   August,
C, S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
im�� . Coulter, E5sq.
MOREY & CO.
ARE   MAKING   A
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF DIN-
NERWARE
FOR A FEW DAYS. COME
AND SEE IT AT 665 COLUMBIA  STREET.
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
Quarreh with murderoui Instru-
re noi ma ei o dallj occurrence, the guai lhat
prisoners who have lived side by Bide
for many years suddenly develop the
most violent hatred tor eacn other
and  seek  io  kill.
Warden Francis is ol the opinion
thai the insanity has been b
about by the lack of work toi tl e
prisoners, as under a recenl state
law only 35 per een;. ol i in pi Isoners
can be -hen work at oni tlmi This
leaves each prlsonei with aboul two-
thirds of his time locked up in his
ci ll alone. Three hundred of the
t hiri ii n hundred pi isonei _ ��� .- uttering from tuberculosis, due, It is
charged, to the unsanitary location
of the prison, and manj of the other
prisoners are becoming Insane through
tear of  the  disease.
illl BRITISH SOLUIt.
EQUAL TO THE HERMAN
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 18,69)
Capital  Paid up  .
Ressrve Fund   . .
Total Assets    .
..$ 4.700.000
.     5,400,000
. ..55,000,000
In     Weapons,   Tactics   and    Scientifis
Appliances  the   Infantry   of   Both
Naitons   are  on   Par.
In   and  our  of  town  accounts  solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers  effected.
New  Westminster,   B.  C.  Branch,
F   SHUTE,  Manager.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
" ' ��� ��'"'���) of southeast qttar-
Y lWctton 12, township 2 Nv w
JP��Unln8ter diatrtet
K��l,Pr001 '"' Lte '"ss of certl-
iv      . -:  1767a, issued in
h ilAlY,AY Olesoa, has been
Yl'lYlA"1- '��� v,'n ,hat isha11-
|e __,. "," or on* "10��t�� from
lin �� ,,,' '"'"' Publication hare-
I Citv  .X '""'Wer published In
IpllCaU of ,|!W W^"iirnster, issue a
""���-ii   ,  " SiU(l wrtlfloate unless
*���'���<��� AA Y* 'V;|1U1 objection  he
po me in writing,
n, C. S. KR1TH,
Yy Cot Registrar of Titles.
kter Yl-Y 0ffloe'    N'"w  Wps'-
1   ' l- August 2, 1909
The condition of the old bridge ��S
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do ao after
this notice must take all th^ risks ou
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rtl, 1909.
London.    Oct.    5.���Robert     Blatch-
ford, a well known socialist and him-1
sell an old soldier, attended both the
German and English ma uvres. liis
description and a comparison of the
two have attracted general attention.
Coining from Wurtemberg with "full
respect and admiration for the German an_y," he confesses that he
went to Oxfordshire with some trep-
| idation. uut gives as liis Impression
that in weapons, tactics and scientific
appliances the British and Germans
are   about   equal.
As regards the troops, he considers
that the German cavalry is superior,
especially being better horsed, but he
says; "Fine as is the German infantry, I belles ours is quite as
good." The British infantry gave
him the Imprjsslon that they were
keener and quicker.
What Mr. Blatchford criticizes
strongly is the attitude of the British
public toward the army and military
matters generally. He says: "There
are no people in Europe who know-
so little about war and their own
soldiers as the British or care so little either. Our soldiers get plenty
or criticism, brt no encouragement
The average British citizen puis a
jockey, a foot racer, a football player,
a cricketer, pugilist or music hall artist before a soldier. He knows no
more about Tommy Alklas than
about the Burmese priesthood. He
regards the soldier as an inferior and
does not consider the army respectable."
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH.MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
English Watchmaker
U'ND  REGISTRY   ACT.
\A�� 14-100 ttclZ  7
���0n 21 bloeu- '        f l,orl|on  of sec-
Ne.  \C_t_J: n0rth ra��S<-> 6, west
Gold W
up.
Silver
$6.00.
Silver
$7.50 up.
Agent
Watchos.
Watch
,e* We, mi   ''��� IlorUl rang
Wher.E ' ",s,"r Strict
^otfllKL? th| loeaotcerti.
AB3Sfflf0w?
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^n fl ed In thia offlc-.
Notice Is i,i ''���' '��� ""I'-".
Ith     a daily  ���   ;   Dublloatlon here-
E6/1^ "f'\ v YA'V Pushed H.
ILi l!ilir->1"  nf\W 8tmlMt6r.  lss"e
nl"- In th,   ,        Kai'1   certificate,
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b _B_?j**?5_w
atc'aea for Ladies from 112-/5
Watches, gents' open race
Watches, gents' open case,
for Waltham and Kl8,n
repairing a specialty.
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell    Hotel,
ll. E. Bndacott, Strathney.
F.  Lashhrook.  London.
Gus  Johnson,   Port   Simpson,
.las.  B.   ROSS,  Calgary.
.1.  S.  Cox, Toronto.
Thos. A. Sharpe, Agassi/..
11. G. Patten. Duluth.
W. T. Robs, Vancouver.
It. Dalby Morkill. Vancouver.
B. Tremayne, Montreal.
Howard .McConnell. Toronto,
jas.   Itoss,  Vancouver,
11.  M.   Mcl.eol.  Vancouver.
r. V. Vaughan, Vancouver.
V. A. Wolfenden, Victoria.
VV. A. Allan, Vaucouver.
R. l��. Douglas and wife. Vancouvei
F. CRAKE
Two  doors   hom   Geo. Adams. Grocer
Windsor   Hotel.
Walter  Norton.   Toronto.
H. w. Dark, Lulu Island,
A.  B. Il.'vrt,  Mission.
R. Lewis. Vancouver.
W. T. Plaxton, Whllner.
W.   Klein.  Campbell   River.
Dan  Proctor.  Seattle.
D. Wilson. Vancouver.
"In Wyoming" Company. Seattle.
NOTICE.
Those having rooms to lei diirim'-
Exhibition week please haul thei.
names and addresses with paracwars
to the Secretary at the Exhibition
grounds, as a number of applications
have already boon received applM"
for accommodation during Fair wee*.
W. H. KEARY,
Mgr .-Sec.
Abolish   Segregation.
Winnipeg, Oct. 5.���At a special
n_eeMng of the city council tonight to
receive the report of the committee
which has heen conferring In camera
with the police commission regarding
segregation as lately put ln force ln
practice by the police a resolution
was unanimously passed abolishing
segregation and instructing the police
to break up the Rachel street colony.
The preamble of the resolution stated
that except in that district the city
w;|s purged of women of Ill-fame.
Eight aldermen were absent.
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Ca// Again
"We have been
looking for you."
Now, listen.
We offer to you,
whether you wish
a bargain or not,
tins of Chicken
Broth at only five
cents per tin���and
if that is not cheap
and reasonable we
don't know what
is. This is a very
good line, and to
get people to know
what it is we are
selling it at an unusually low price.
It is a new line with
us, and we want it
to be a new line
with you.
Whenever down town, come in and
look around. That's what this store
is  for.
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season   with   a   f,ne
line    of   most    improved
FOOD   CHOPPERS
Call  and  See
t Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
City News
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Scottlsn eonc-ett. Bale of reserved
.-,-ats opens at Ryall's on Saturday.
Evi rytblng for the garden at T> 'J B
'   -   184.
Kiss   Lena   Duthie, ijiieen   of   _
tish song  :it  the  Opera  Hous-. Octo
her 13th.
���    Mrs.  J.  C.  Brown   will  not   receive
until the third Thursday In November.
Boh    Stevenson's     wh .   of
boots and shoes    to    he sold o I
thirty days. 219-
Fbr  first-class cut  no-.v-.-rs  and  any
kind of Flora: work, telephone Davli
Greenho isi. U. 18
Consignments of largi oysters In
shell, fresh daily at Benson _ Ayiing,
Begbie   street. _;i-u
Mrs.   Bert   Gregory,   who   has   b< I '���
away  touring in   Europi   foi   thi   last
fifteen months, is expected to return:
this morning.
��� *       Irish   jig     competition     iladiv-
������������������������������������������������������������������������ Scottish concert, Octobei   13th.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witchazel Cream
We also  havj all   kinds of complexion   creams  and   skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard  Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.   C.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
business
school
We claim to g^ve jfung men and
women the qualifications for excellent business positions in which they
make good.
Our fall term Is now open with a
Bplendid class of young men and women in attendance. Shall we look
for you to join our number in the
Inear future? A few months' training in our school will prove a lifelong
sativpfaction to you. Day and evening classes.     Call or write.
A.   L.   BOUCK,  Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
The Fraser River Fish Company
lhave revived a shipmeni ol eastern
oysters in shell. _::i-".
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for hath or toilet. Foi wasn-
ing underclothing    it    is    unequal! i
Cleanses   and   purifies.
J. G.  Brown  will sing ".lohn Grum-
iblie," at the Scottish concert.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. .Mel.'v.i have
:��� fl tor uprlver. They will spend
the remain U-r of this week visiting
various points in the valley.
B. c. E, R. city and Sapperton ears
will make one extra trip for tiv accommodation of the New Westminster people attending the horse raci s
at Minoru park, Lulu isiuud. Th
last Sapperton car wil] leave ttit- of-
fice at 11:30 p.m., and the city car at
11:20 ; .m. **
Hear Miss Munn sing "Lea Rig" !it
Ithe big Scottish concert.
The  steamer   Transfer   wil]  hereafter   leave   the   Brackman-Ker     wharl
for Ladner, VVestham Isl an l an.i way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
Instead of at 3. as hertofore, returning
Ion  the following morning.      On  Sat-:
urday she will make an extra  return
trip arriving in the city iu the even- j
ling.      Trips wil]  he made to Steves-
jton  a_   the  business   warrants. �����
)    Professor  Hetherlngton  of    Colum-1
blan College, who has been filling the
pulpit   in   the   Methodist     church   at |
[Vernon, is expected to arrive In the;
city  today.
competition
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Oorner Eighth St. an.    Fifth Aven_��
PHONF.   I7Q.
BOWELL & ODDr. Proonetora.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company w:ll
be transacted in the offices
lately occupied by McBride tt
Kennedy, 28 Lorne street, in
the company's head offlce building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F. J. HART. Manager.
New Westminster, Sep:   2otii,
1909.
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SEND YOUR HEATING STOVES TO
JAMES & fVlcCLUGHAN
FOR REPAIRS.
��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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The     juvenile   dancing
ut the Scottish concert.
Local fed chickens always obtainable at Benson ifc Ayiing, Begbie
street. _:;i-tt
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Your box in a safety deposit vault  is
a private affair.      No one has access
to it  but yourself.     And  besides, It
is    safe  and    that  is  a  factor  worth
something    to you.     Then    ll  costs
only a small sum to rent one of these
I boxes, a surprisingly small sum.    Let
I us tell you about it.   Dominion  Trust
|Co.,    Ltd.,   T.   R.    Pearson,   manager
New Westminster branch. 22v.
The    railway    commissioners    will
probably   sit   in   this  city   when   they
reach   the  coast at   the  close  of   the
month, although no definite date has
Ibeen  set   for  the   Royal  City.
R.  Morrison,  the    fine    tenor,  will
;slng "Success Tae  Bonnie  Scotland,
j Scottish concert, October I.'i.
Local dressed poultry at the Fraser
j River Fish  Company. 2.1-tf
For Sale Cheap.���A nice, large COt-
Itage near Queen's park on a loi 66-
132 feet. Good cellar, furnace heated, open fireplaces in drawing-room.
hall and dining room. Rented now
at $..", a month. This was listed al
..Iiinii. but as the owner is leaving the
Icity, I am able to deliver ii al .3160,
terms $1650 cash; purchaser to take
over motrgage for the balance This
is undoubtedly a snap. J. J. Johnston, Columbia street. _:;i-i
Buy orchard   lands   wnile 'hey   are
' cheap and become Indepi ndent.      We
1 are tha offlc al agent.; of The We tern
, Home and [mprovi ment Co., Ltd,  I .e!
us t< ii you about i In lr choice ho
at  Apj leland.     A  ne.   to**i    te a   I
trull   distrlcl    along  the  line of    thin.  ('.   Electric Chilliwack  llne and   V.
i V. & E, Cloverdale to Sumaa Railway
JTlY sectii a ��� \v lii   in the production
of all fruits,   Come al once whll. the
best lands are Belling cheap and let us
show you this Bection al our expense.
We can   sell    five,  ten,    fifteen  and
twenty acre tracts on easy terms.     .'
���I.   Hurt   _  Co., Ltd. ����
Book your seals early for tbe Scottish concert.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
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West End Property
GOOD BUYS
J. HENLEY   F.j# HART & CO., Ltd.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  0.       IZ / *
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C
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A Grand Showing and Sale ||
of Women's and
Misses-' Tailored
Garments
with all the extremely attractive style features
of Fall, 1909. Smartly fashioned Suits, nobby
and practical Coats, carefully made Skirts,
charming Mannish Waists-everything in ready-
made outer apparel for women-garments of
superior style, at those famously low prices that
have brought this big department its tremendous popularity.
A Stunning Exposition of the Seasons
Smartest Women's  Wear.
Shrewd, discerning shoppers pronounce our display
of women's wearables for
fall superb; in reality thi
display is quite a style
study.
Women's Coats in broadcloth, beaver and Kersej
cloth, 3-4 anl 7-8 lengths.
Some are made Beml-tlttlng
With high Prussian collar
.and double breasted front:
others With roll collar ami
revers of silk in a contrasting shade. Prices $13.50,
$17.50  and  $25.00.
Suits in broadcloth, chevron and Venetian cloth in
.til the newest colorings,
taupe,   raisin,   artichoke,   as
Well as the Staple shades
navy, brown. black and
Bhadow stripes Coats from
38 to 46 Inches long. Some
are hands only; braided and
trimmed with buttons, others in the plain tailor-made
styles. Prices from $19.50
to    $37.50
Women's Skirts in all the
shades,   black,    navy,    taupe.
myrtle,   tan   and   grey   In
plain and shadow striped
Venetian, chiffon, Panama,
broadcloth and chevron.
Same are made In plain
gored styles with trimmings
of fancy strappings and
buttons:  others have panels
Smart Skirts at Unusually Low Prices.
We are showing some o{ the best values in separate
skirts. Garments that are smartly cut and trimmed in the
very latest style. Kvery woman owes it to hers,.If t , see
this splendid display before purchasing. We detail a lew-
values that are alone well worth the trouble of inspecting
tbem.
Fascinating
Autumn Waists.
Never has this store shown such a variety or such stunning styles in Waists. Visit the ready-to-wear section anl
learn what Dame Fashion has set her stamp of approval upon.
you'll be delighted with the showing.
Tailored Waists for Fall; specia] delivery of these desirable waists In heavy cotton, poplin, with wide tucks over the
shoulder; also in fancy vestings with tucked and box pleated
fronts.      Price, all  sizes. $2._.
l.aee and nel Waists in dozens of
nets, Oriental and fancy laces in white,
brown and black.
charming Btyles���fish
cream,    ecru,    navy.
of souta       ��� ion
everj  - ���   - thers sn
made In moyi _    .    i
pei fei ���   '.
rii ty    of    sr;
$6.50,  $7.50. $8.75 and up to
$12.50.
Blai i Vi lie Skirts li | iii
and pli ��� leglgns ban.
somelj   trli
of    taffel - :..- fltt
sal In       trlmi $p.6S,
$10.00,   $12.30.  $15.00.
Black Taffi ta Silk Undei'
skins, verj full Bounce,
tucked with 1-inch trill
hound iv. ' rnlli
extraordli trj   ral ie a' $6.50
We make   a   specially of
'   out    hi   |  -
NEW
FALL AND WINTER
UNDERWEAR.
Xew Fall and Wi:/ -'
dl I Weai .   goo :-  Whl       ;
hire a v ppln
with comfort I li w"p"-;
qualities. Our ptrmecs
an- well shaped form mm.
and well a lapted to tne
pn sent    I Imln"
figure moulding vrearaW-
from the cheapest ' ;';
higher prlci I -"���,;- '���
give satisfaction.
Penman's Matural U'Ml
Underwear, all sizes, Inducing out size?; well madeW-
good     wearing     r i uaiiti**-
Price $1.35 and $1-50 t"
garment.
Penman's Natural ��'��f
Combination S'pi's- *?
shaped and made to *
Price per sull ... ������������"
Watson's n "��� finf'*
bed Combination Suits; ����
sizes:   Sull   .-H75 to J3.W
Natural color Union SoltJ
well s! api '   .
special   ral es; *
prices 30c, 35c. 40c. 4sc and
50c a garment.
Smart Little Styles in Girls' Serge
Dresses-���Low Prices, Too.
Autumn styles are ready for the maid as well as the matron and they have
been well looked after at this store. The children's section, where everything
for infants to girls of twelve is to be had, presents an excellent showing now.
PRETTY DRESSES IN
SCARLET, SAXE
AND BLUE.
Black and white check,
navy, trimmed with borders
of self or contrasting
shades; dainty embroidered
turnover: silk collars with
embroidered edge; ageB 2 to
in years. No two alike.
Prices $4.00 to $7.50
CHILDREN'S
SAILOR SUITS
In navy blue serge, full
pleated Skirls. Some are
trimmed with navy, some
with white soutache braid;
white shields; ages 4 to 14
years.      Prices,
$2.50 to $6.50.
BUSTER
SUITS
ln  navy, cardinal and
serges,   sailer   collars
trimmed   wn
navy shield
belts.
tlly
white or
ent leal
only.
her
$3.25,
$4.00 and
$4.50.
brown
(linn-
braldi
i: .''
Ka<'"
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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