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 riRE
INSURANCE
iVHlTE, SHILES & CO.
W"yV  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columoia St.    Phone 85.
NKW WESTMINSTER, B
C, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1909.
ft OF PHOT
BEFORE COUNCIL
OWNtK LEAVES HORSE
STANOIMG BV hUAUSlUK
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
Iference
With Commis-
[oners Sought - License
���ees For Liquor Industries
Animal  Harnessed to Buggy Found in
Starving Condition   By James
Montgomery.
DEPARTMENT Of 8NTERS0R
TAKES HAND IN WATE
lasi
IOIIIIP'11       ^^_^^_
 r iiuestlon
charged
, wiiii i
.....        took   plain-     al    tin-
evening on the pilot-
and llir fees
wholesale    liquor 11-
vlew to impose a tux
13 C- Distillery and tne West-
,, passed plans  tor
,. |.; K entrance Into tin- new
th    street,   arid   re-
[or ,|,,   m ii limp' Un- plans ot
i   island    extensions,   which
The Pilot.ije   Question.
,or Kearj P"1111    ll"' representa-
|0i" the Frasi i   River  Mills  bad !
tten p -pi '" tbe anomalous
pilotage question, ex-,
��� [i,r|i   view   tlie   present   pilot
L acceptabli   to them.      They i
j,,. nne ii'i 'in- ciiy bad some
' be mattei pis guaranteeing the
i ithei    boats    were |
Kf ���     ��� ; tin J   wauled some def-
[
, f_der   i>' ip-1 ed    they    had a
|gl :,. - ���       guarantors of the
They had the views of the
on >!.'   question.
Jardine     reed,
i|ror Keary said the Fraser Kiver !
[had sent a man to Lon Ion. Eng.
underwriters,  and
[did not  .am  anj   repetition ol
jiculty.
discussion    took    place on  the
iding ol   th-  Puritan,    and the
r then drew attention to the ur-
u' :!��- Frasei   -Mills  receiving
ance in Ihi.-  mal ter.
(committee i'f the  whole council
nppolnted i" meel   with   A.   D.
Je, geneml nv: ager of  th..  mill
*ny, the plloi commissioners to
rited, thi d.ir���   of tne  meeting
- left io tin mayor to fix.     The
matter will then he discussed.
Vhcesaie   Liquor   Licenses.
Smith lntroducel the proposed
Slmeii! U, the Liquor License by-
o impose ,i lici n-1' on tin- man-
pen ol Bpirlts and malt liquors.
Solicitor   McQuarrie   said they
not chargi   the  distillery    and
KiT licenses    is    manufacturers,
Btnittt b'- possible to leal with
lui   esalers.
. 1__M   was    opposed  to  the
!fcitn'i. ol tin fees alter the coun-
H Aw everything to get the tales h.re
i:"Si- Whether tlle
could discriminate between tin's Hqaor   industries,    an I the
(Continued on Page Dive),
CUPID WORKED   FAST.
Mystery surrounds the discovery of
a horse and buggy on the Scott road.
| near    the B. C.  E.  R.    crossing,    by
James  Montgomery of    this city, on
Saturday of tbe past week.
Mr. Montgomery was driving oul
along the road when be noticed the
horse, harnessed to the buggy standing tied to a post near the railway
crossing. The animal bad apparently been standing there ror some
davs, and Mis weak from lack Ol
food. So feeble was it thai when
Mr. Montgomery untied and unharnessed it, it Immediately fell to the
ground. He gave il food and water,
and then tied it up again, leaving the
buggy  standing close  by.
Yesterday Mr. Montgomery again
passed the spot, when to his surprlsi
he found that although the horse haa
disappeared the buggy was stui
where he had left it. Apparently
some mercilul person had taken Unhorse away to feed an.l care tor it,
leaving  the  buggy  for the owner.
And the question now is, what
could have happened to the original
owner to Induce him to leave the
horse and  buggy  standing a.s he did'.'
Informs City Council Conditional Grant of Forest Reservt
For Watershed Around Coquitlam Lake is^With-
drawn ���"Other ard Better Means"
Adopted.
Township    Wars    With    Province.
Welland, Out.. Oct. 4.���Stanford
township council has ordered its
pathmasters to cut down any poles
put up by the Ontario hydroelectric
commission In the township and fill
Up any holes. A warm time Is anticipated.
BREEDS PHEASANTS
TO STOCK WOODS
Patients  at   Asylum
Aid   in  Work   of  Game
Preservation.
An important letter from the department ol the interim with icter-
ence  to  the  watershed  al   Coquitlam
lake  was  lead  to the City  Council  last
evi ning, and refei i ed to the finance
committee oi report. Corbould &.
Grant, solicitors for Coquitlam municipality, wrote on the same subject.
The Official Statement.
N. ferelra, assistant secretary of
the department of the interior, wrote
from Ottawa as follows: "Referring
to the resolution passed at a public
meeting of the citizens of .New West
minster on the 10th instant (September), in regard to the proposals ot
the Vancouver Power Company in
reference to the dam at Coquitlam
lake. 1 have the honor by direction
to notify you thai the land .surround
in. Coquitlam lake, which was to be
reserved and transferred conditionally in the city for the purpose of
protecting the water supply of the
said city, has now been withdrawn
from that reserve, as the lepartment
has taken othei' and better means of
insuring the city's water supply in a
pure and proper condition."
The letter was referred to the finance committee to report, without
comment.
Some Order Passed.
In the course of a letter from Corbould _ Grant ihey said, from the
report of a solicitor investigating at
Ottawa, "it would appear that there
is some sort of an order in council
passed at Ottawa, but whethei tins
order is a final approval of the pro-
Give J<-'ct   or  on'5   permitting  construction
PREPARATIONS COMPLEX
FOB SCOTCH CONCERT
CRUSADE AGAINST
ILLEGAL HUNTING
t
1
m
h
This  Year's   Entertainment  at   Exhibi
tion   Promises  to   Surpass  Those
of   Previous  Years.
on   the   lands  actually   owned
company we
to  ascertain
have as yet been
by   tl
unab
"We are furthei advise.1 thai the
"lew of the department is that it does j
not recognize any rlghl whatevei ln
the city, that the city is a mete user
on sufferance of the water of Coquitlam lake, as it has nol applle] to the
Dominion government for any record
of water, and that the department is
under no obligation whatever to tins
city to keep the water pme ior drinking purposes."
"From this dispatch our clients see
that lt is useless to stand on vested
irights, but that some immediate action must be taken at Ottawa so as
to protect their interests and fully
advise the department of the actual
posiion taken by our clients, and by
the city of New Westminster in connection with the building ol the dam.
"Unless something is immediately
don" the Vancouver Power Company
wiii have received their gram from
Ottawa without protecting the interests of our clients in any way. an I
as the Interests of Coquitlam are so
closely united with tne interests ot
New Westminster, we are applying to
you to assist us."
Aid. Gray moved and Aid. Smith
seconded a proposal to receive the
communication and to wire to Ottawa
for all additional information of what
is going on in this connection.
Mayor Keary said all the information they had was conveyed in the
former letter. They appeared to tor-
get that the city had paid for tbe
watershed, and it was not their fault
it hai not ^een surveyed. The survey had been held in abeyance on
advice thai other surveys would be
made there shortly, which would reduce expense.
All preparations are now complete
for the big Scottish concert whlcn
will be the feature ai the Exhibition
for the evening of Wednesday, October 13. The affair is being held under tin- auspices of Lord of the Isles
(.'amp of the Sons Of Scotland, anil
promises to surpass the concerts ol
all preceding years.
The concert wlll b<
out, and will Include
dancing   and   music.
will  be to the fore, a
Scotch through-
���   Scotch   Singing,
The  bagpipes
pipers' band hav
LOCAL BRIEFS.
FORGED CHEQUE FRAUD.
an
fiographer Was   Wedded   Half
Hour After Leaving  Office.
>n Cupid did aome quick work In
office of A. W   Mel d on  Satur-
of the pasi wi ��� k, On the morn-
lithe day |_ q lestion Mlss Annie
len, stenographer In the offlce, re-
����l Mr. McLi od to allow her to
f Uie office lor an hour. The
F��i permission was granted, and
Man houi oi  so, she telephoned
F effect thai   since  leaving  the
'she had been married an. was
I""" Btari on her honeymoon. The
Principal    In    the   transaction
���wlnir Bradley,    a    well  known
ff0!'"'' Burnaby      The bride is
,a��iip-i  ol   Mr   and   Mrs.  John
'7,'"'  Third   avenue. Burnaby.
J wedding took place
_     Sapp,
It is 'iot generally known that
pheasants are being bred in the City
for the stocking of the woods of the
province, and the sport ol the hunter.
Vet such is the case, and at the present time there are some eighty young
birds being reared, the majority ot
which w^li probably be turned tree in
the spring.
Station at Chilliwack.
There is a provincial government
pheasant raising station at Chilliwack
where a large number of birds are
turned free from time to time,    hast j and who are looking
The funeral took place ou Saturday of the past week of Dr. Elliott,
of Harrison Hot Springs, who was la-
tally injured in a runaway accident
some weeks ago.
A gang of men yetserday did good
work in cleaning up the mud from
Front street after the sharp shower
of the morning. The work was commended by a large number of people
who   have   to   use   the   street     daily.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     London,   Oct.
I.ep.tition of Swindle of WMcli V*-St--fpT.__s are "at
��� .
in St. Mary's
Thomas Has-
R MINERS PERISH
��� f!ilt DAMP EXPLOSION
year by public subscription largely a
sum of money was raised for the purchase of new birds from Europe ot
improve the strain of the pheasants
in the province, a fund to which many
New Westminster men contribute.
freely. For the money twenty pair
of pur-bred Mongolian pheasants
were purchased from Lord truest
Hamilton and Imported. These were
taken to Chilliwack aud successfully
bred, with the result that it Is Intended to free some four hundred
birds from the farm next  year.
In response to a request by Dr. McKay, assistant superintendent of tne
provincial asylum in this city, 120
eggs from the Imported birds were
sent by the provincial game warden
and an Inmate of the hospital, who
took an Interest ln birds, was given
charge of them. The restlll was
gratifying, over eighty birds being
batched, Of one batch of twenty-seven
day  when this  street
forward  to  the
will be paved.
The fancy concrete wall and iron
railing around the frontage of the
provincial asylum grounds has been
completed and men are now working
op the boulevarding of the side of
Columbia street adjoining the proper- '
ty an 1 recently laid with cement |
walks. Later the boulevard will be
laid  with turf.
A resident of Lulu lsiand was yesterday arraigned before Captain Pit-
tendrigh In the court house charged
with having game in possession out
of season, ll is state, that the accused was seen with a pheasant
one hand and a gun in the othei
a neighbor who reported
minster Trust Co.  Was  Victim.
The fraud from which the WestmlnBter Trust Company suffered on September IS has been repeated in Seattle. On Saturday a cheque for $160
on the Westminster Trust Company,
signed S. II. Motley, w.tii an acceptance stamp thereon, was cashed at
the Great Northern ticket ollice in
Seattle by a young man Who asked
for a ticket to Georgia, and tendered
the cheque in payment. Tlie ticket
was sold, and the balance given to
the man in cash. The handwriting
appeared the same as that of the
Watson who swiniled the same company when he was in this city.
ing been engaged especially for the
occasion.
One of the most interesting features of the performance will be the
dancing for the juvenile championship i. this province. There will be
prizes for boys and girls alike, and
many   entries are expected.
Among those who will take pan in
the musical portion of the program
are Miss Lena Duthie, Miss A. Munn.
R. Morrison and J. G. Brown.
Small Boys With 22 Rifles,
and Japs, Are Banes of
Game Wardens.
Sentence Germans as Spies.
Warsaw, Oct. 4.���The circuit court
has condemned two German subjects,
one of them to four years and the
other to two years in the penitentiary, on the charge of espionage.
Imperial   Staff   Scheme.
London.   Oct.   4.���A   dispatch   from
Simla   says   that   Lord   Moriey     has
sanctioned   an   imperial   staff   scheme
for India.
ENGLAND AWAITS
GENERAL ELECTION
Liberal Party Will Stand or
Fall By the Lloyd-George
Budget.
4.���1'nles-. _ all     pi'O'
SALE   OF  TIMBER.
Mill   and   Limits     in    Surrey   Change
Hands to Campbell  &  Laidlaw.
R.   McAllister  and  Sons    have  dls-
will he in the throes of a general election shortly before or soon after next
Christmas. The political excitement
which began with Lord Roseberry s
denunciation of Mr. Lloyd Georges
budget as rank socialism, and Mr, As-
quith's rejoinder that it was a poor
man's budget, was carried to the highest pitch by a speech by former
Premier Balfour, ln which the Unionist leader was understood to have
called upon the Hoi.se of Lords to
reject the financial proposals oi the
government. l'he electorate, according to Mr. Bai. mr, was the court of
final, appeal whl li could decide whether the country was '���> go downhill
under Socialism or n '.ill under tariff reform.
The Fight at Bristol,
it is even yet uncertain that    the
Lords will  take the  extreme step of
rejecting  the budget,  for the constitutionality of such action ls still hot-
Provincial (lame Warden Bryan
Williams was in the city yesterday in
connection wiih a number of prosecutions now being prepared against
breakers  of game  laws.
Vigorous Campaiqn.
A campaign more vigorous than
ever before, he stated, was being car-
lied nn in the Interests of game protection; many cases had been brought
to the courts and a large number oi
Convictions had been obtained with
a healthy effeci on the law breakers.
The warden remarked that the small
boy aud the .-J rille were the curse
of tb*i game warden in every pari Ot
the province, almost every boy In
the country being armed w-ith one of
these weapons, carrying it with him
everywhere and killing birds ol aii
kinds, irrespective of close seasons.
Tlie next most troublesome to im-
deputy wardens, of whom there are
fifteen, were the Japanese, who
slaughter the game at all times. Two
had been convicted in Vancouver recently, and fined $Tn each. Another
case was awaiting trial, where a number of pheasant? had been found in
a cold storage plant, the accused
claiming that the birds were Wiled
last season. Other cases in this district will come before the magistrates
as soon as the necessary evidence
can be arranged.
Indians Obey Law.
Mr. Williams has Just returned to
the coast from an inspection trip to
the Kootenays. Referring to this
trip he recalled the conditions of a
few years since, when the Stony Indians  were  in  tlle  habit   of   crossing
(Continued on  Page Three).
An Indian found with a bottle of
sain suey in his possession was fined
$25 and costs with the option of a
month's hard labor, in the police court
yesterday by Captain Pittendrigh.
The bottle which cost the Indian a
dollar iu the first place, came dear
after paying the costs.
TF.i!_ctl6n _t Cloverdale.
Rev. D. A. McRae of Vancouver,
who has been called to fill the Cloverdale, Mud Bay and Tynehead Presbyterian pastorate charge, will be Inducted this afternoon at Clover
dale. Rev. J. D. Gillam of Nortii Vancouver will preside and will be assisted by Rev. J. K. Wrighi of Vancouver and Dr. T. Wardiaw Taylor and
Rev. J. S. Henderson of New Westminster.
posed of their lumbei mill and limits J ly debated among tbe Conservatives,
on  the  Scott   road  to J.  C.  Campbell land men.bers o. tbe upper house have
of  Vancouver  and    J.  C.  Laidlaw  of I no   lesire   to   burn   their   fingers   in
Westminster.      The    sawmill  is con-1N^^^CC_I?u_^'tm^\^^
veniently  situated  and the  late  pro-j	
Plans  for   Tag   Day.
A special meeting of the New Westminster     Anti-Tuberculosis      Society
j was held at the residence of Mrs. A.
jj. Hill yesterday. A large number
of the members were present, and
arrangements were made for the Tag
"Day on Thursday of Fair week, 'l'he
greatest need at the present  time is
jt'or workers, and the president. Mrs.
A. J. 11111, would he glad to hear from
all willing to assist.
MUIR  WILSON,  EX-M.  P..
DIES   IN   VANCOUVER.
to
rS Are Bel,,
|~Wcrk,,,gs  Reported
Burning.
Bo  Entombed
to   Be   Still
JROBlyn,
I0" of th,
lonhw
pnes
Irdaj
(ilia
Wash., on.
damp in No,
ester.
Shortly
afte '
yes-
lives of
may  die of
4���An explo-
I shaft of the
Improvement      Coal
before 1 o'clock
ernoon   cost    th
la'<" 'which���. s,:"'w a a��� '�� ">p
*���* mX. h,8 Stl"    '""'"'ng.  and
''  "ie five,' re80ue of 'he bodi
^rty |0B8 __   imlJOSsll>'e.      The
. .."^d. but
Nlevei
ban .,:,,, Tll('
Jones
,     8,1!lft   ami
ere. hut
Banljea
Vancouver.   Oct.   4.���A.   Muir     Wilson, a former member of tin   British
house of    eommans tor Birmingham,
died    in   Vancouver  on  Friday.      On
today's train his body  was sent  home
to England.
Overcome   by   continual   worry,   his |
mind   gave   way     recently   and   from   well
his menial    illness he    never  recov- (ll0 boat
ered.     During    the    lasi  couple   ol
years he was a notable figure in trade
debates    in   England.       He    canu
Vancouver on    his    way    for a
around the world. _^^^^^^
I    Mr.  Muir  Wilson  was   British  con- L^ obtalned
'sui  at   Belgrade  during    the BtUTlng |
times  prior to and  following  the uses  sassination    of    King  Alexander ami
Queen Draga.      He declared that tne
to
trip
In
 ���
who reported to the game
Wardens. The case was adjourned until Thursday in-xi in order that the
defence might obtain witnesses.
li'-al estate continued active durii -
yesterday    in the    ciiy  and  district.
VtUong   lhe   transfers   was   live   acres
In the West End. near the city boundary,    belonging
There was not
the   last   days
owing to    the
property
optioned.
Fish yesterday were again running
in the river, as many as inn to
helng caught during the day
near the city and greater numbers
tne mouth of the river,
catch was about fifty
good percentage
hoes.     Quite
George   Mea i
such a rush as during
of iln- previous  wi ek,
difficulty of    securing
which had nol  already been
prietors have exercised control for
the past two years. The limits comprised in lhe deal represent 'ol)o acres
ef standing timber, estimated to cut
eleven million feet. Campbell am
Laldlaw also have holdings of tbelr
own in Surrey. McAllister and Sons
retain iln- land, which will lie sold as
soon as it ha- been cleared. Owing
to i:s proxlmi .- lo tne B. C. E, R
extension good shipping facilities are
callable.
Flood Victims in Hard Plight.
Monterey. Oct. I.���The Buffering
growing out of the recent tiinppis is
acute and unless something is done.
thousands of people must starve
There Is great need of corn, rye and
beans for food and blankets and
clothing to prevent death from expos-
iut. Second-hand clothing from the
'Ouiti-'l States would be acceptable.
The Governor of the Empire.
London, Oct. 4.���Lord Strathcona
in an interview with the Chronicle
said that in a decade Canada would
be able to supply Great Britain witn
all   tin-   breadstuff's  she   required.
of
few
m
The average
including    a
sockeyes and CO-
sieelheads   were
High  Cunard  Official   Dead.
London,   Oct.   4.���William   Watson,
'chairman  of    the  Cunard   Steamship
Company, died today.      He was born
In 1843.
Myu  Potlum.
Lying in t ie bottom of an Indian
canoe of the usual native type and
with seven or eight inches of water
in th" craft an aged Indian and his j
wife were fouu 1 by the police yester- ]
day afternoon half crazed with liquor and in dam _ of drowning. Tbe
canoe was lying under the market
wharf. A number of Indians 'were in
their boats ai the nearby slip, in-
eluding some of the children of tbe
nld couple, but no notice was taiten
of Iheir predicament. Willi some difficulty tin- boat was brought to tbe
slip and the occupants unloaded and
turned over to the care i f the Indians on shore. A bottle Of gin was
found in their possession. On their
return to the station the police es-
'coifed a farmer to the lockup, who
had obtained too much liquid joy an I
was creating trouble in the
stables. B
..owed poison  and  then    standing  in
. . Co"nty Co"rt     ���       .   ,, 'front  of  a  mirror had  sent  a bullet
The  claim  of  the  Mason-Campbell ; through hls rlgll temple.     An empty
company for the price of an incubator      lson   botUc  ,      ou       tablf,  ln  t|m
from Mr. Matchell the defendant came iroom
before  Judge  Howay   in   the  county)    Ea',y yegterday evening Mr. Pulit-
FOUNDER OF JOURNAL
TAKES HIS OWN LIFE
Albert   Pulitzer,   Head   of   Great   New
York Dally, Ends Life With Poison and Bullet.
Vienna, Oct. 4.���Albert Pulitzer, a
brother of Joseph Pulitzer, publisher,
of the New York World, committed
suicide in this city yesterday. lt
market wug evident that he had made doubly
sure of death, for he had first swal-
11
A men   	
s��ro<u;n'0v8.Cil" n"i be accurately I in tention of the body of officer
George    hi.  Hopkins, | entered
the companies
"countant
it
ran
j-l'E
th,
ter
ilie
and
of
W'U  eosi   $60,000  to
The   losses  to  the
Pr��i>ably    amount   to
bo(H,.s or   Bartelero,
Pozarici,, T. Marsolyn,
aiul A   laaackson are In
mav    never be reco
'.'is,.,,,. party
who
palace   on that
eventful  night    was    to    kidnap the
royal couple, and not  to kill them.
the    royal
"i ati,
''ndi,..
as Boon
���min wm
has been or-<
3 men may en-
made to obtain
Dr. McDermid to Succeed Father.
Winnipeg, Oct. 4���The vacancy at
the Deaf and Dumb Institute, creat eu
by the death of Principal McDermi .
has been filled by the appointment oi
Dr. Howard McDermid. son
late principal.
Cook Receives Ovation
at American Capital
court yesterday and was dismissed
with costs. Mr. Matchell stated that
the Incubator had been taken away
by an agent of the company and that
he had not bought it.    The plaintiffs
zer dismissed his attendants and asked to be left alone. Some time later
Dr. Pollak, who has been attending
Mr. Pulitzer, called to make his usual
visit,  and  found him  lying dead on
Washington, Oct.  4���"This is  the
borne of the American flag which you
carried  to  the  Nortii  Pole,'
expression  of    recognition
Dr   Fredrick    A. Cook    by
was the
given   to
H.  B. W.
Ital, through its executive government, should give you a hearty welcome  and  cordfal  congratulations."
Dr. Cook received an ovation when
he arrived at the municipal building.
ol     the
MacFarland. president of the district and when he arose to respond to tne
'' Kneralij
son* Z-X Y
-ft*. mVhi
��**�����_���   Bome ,lm<
,   Ms,,,,.. s' " neatest
thetu,      <�� -He ,.
,!|">| Y   ,'." Mai
their iiv
tne,)
Th
the
be'ieved that other
burning  mine,   but
ground without
iccurate check is
today.
iccldetit ln
��Blyn mines since
5��. 1892, when 4a
P'S.
had a
his
tbe
".pes   Health   Improved
Rome,  Oct.    4��� The    Pope
good  night's rest and  was mucn o
ter this  morning.      He resumed
audiences.      For    several    days
Pope   has  been     indisposed.       llie'
w'as considerable
the leg which ^^^^^^^^
or gout.    The audiences were
tinned yesterday.
Ad-
ie pauTand Bwelling i"
indicated a recummce
official ly commissioner's tribute, he was greeted with prolonged cheering.
"1 fall to find words to suit my appreciation of your kindness," Dr.
Cook said. "I am a man of few
words, and 1 can only say I thank
you."
 i   The explorer then stood in the cen-
indivldually expressed their ap- tie of the room, beside Commission-
of    vour  great    achieve- e]s  MacFarland  and Judson, and re-
board  of  commissioners,  in
welcoming the explorer at the municipal   building today in the presence
���.   , crowd that taxed its capacity
-President    William    ft  Tart
���,!,,,!    George   Dewey.   Gen. Greeley
nd   Vdmiral Schley and other distln-
'llU���i\    residents    of      Washington
have
brought no evidence to disprove the j iha'floor'in'front of his dressing ta-
��e��noe.  bit.     Mr. Pulitzer, who had suffered
. a nervous breakdown, was greatly de-
,,.��      P__"r     .. CommiMi0"-   . I pressed over the failure of his pbyst
When    the railway   commissioners . cUing t0 beneflt Wm
come to the coast at the end of the |   A,bert Pulltzer was the toundei. ot
present month, the Westminster city |th<? New York Morning Journal.    He
council will make an effort to bring.had spent nl08t of ,lig tlme in ^ope
since 1895, until two years ago when
he came to New York and announced
his iniention of starting a newspaper.
The project was not put Into effect
and he returned to Europe.
to their attention the blocking
ront and Columbia streets by the
P. R. and G. N. R. cars.
liscom ment,
is tit t
ureclilt ��sald" the "commissioner.      "It ceived a hearty handclasp by the bun
ing that the entire national cap- dreds who passed in line.
Writ for Lotblniere Election.
Ottawa, Oct. 4.���The writ for the
by-election in Lotblniere (Quebec)
rendered necessary by the unseating
of Dr. Fortier, Liberal member, for
alleged bribery by his agents, has
been Issued. Nominations are fixed
fo- October 10 and polling one week
later.
Brothers Saw Hlm Killed.
Windsor, Ont., Oct. 4���Within the
sight of his two brothers who were
working nearby, Frank Ratz was
crushed to death in an open cut of
the tunnel under the Detroit river by
falling timbers from a broken boom.
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WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   REST LOST. FOUNO. REAL
If a man ^ad geld do lar* *c se'! a   flfty centi aid d'd not let t-e  r-'-'.t ���-:* a-;ti 'g 3b:j; it   -? ��;u i "-'
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Aa-��s.       Ls*   :^e   advertis;-:   c: -~is c' The  -j
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PROFESSiOSAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL,  ETC.
N.-.    ~.f.
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Hews snd ���-"
re    ths people what ycu have to tell, why they lr,0u d   purch��,e
teen a long time   -n  .us "ess everyone mmi 0f n cess,:y
it'ta st  c'  t-e  t --e_.
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WANTED���GIRL     FOR     GENE
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cottagi   fttrn*   i   near   Lord   ���--
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of acconn: a speca.y     gent f
Hall Safe Co.   Office   ':.        '���������������
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CARRIAGE   SHOP.
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DRESSMAK Nl
.._7   VALUE   IN  GRO-
The Pnre Food
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OE��.   ESTATE.
WANTED���SMART      YOUTH
��� "-���- with knowledge o'. -    n
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO   BJEEST���SEVEN-BOO-    HC    -
with bath.  $12 peT mondi      A  :
Mowa-.t street   !     :-N    nth street
WANTED���TO RENT   5 OB ���'  ;
. r: :;���.- -.:.���'-'.-::. ���li.   ;:    good
cattoL     C. J. Cu::e_    P. O     Box
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ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO      RENT���FURNISHED    ROOMS
. " Carnarvon street Z19-6
TO.    RENT���COMFORTABLE.   FUR-
-.- ed  be Irooms, reason at'..  "��� i
���-���   Royal avenue. _ >-l.
TO    LET ��� LARGE   FRONT    .
roo:.    7 J .i^nes str��;t, Be
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TO    RENT���FURNISHED     ROOMS;
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HAN." BROS, k CO.. LTD.. REAL E3-
tate and Insnnujce. E_on�� I '���   IM
i streel   P. 0  dr_w. r 100.
B      TLBRS* ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown. r.__ager, P. O. Box
""���'. phoae SSt
PACIFIC  REALTY CO.   'McADAM  _:
Irwin),  pbone 4>8.  P. O.   Box  874 ,
Real estate and Insurance     Money
v   loan,  744 OohunMa street.
;���: -.-.shall ~"s:n'TLair     hcs^h^
Uice, i-a; estate etc., h locate: :��� r
the present a: the office of tbe Settlers' Association, Begbie stre.:, op-1
site Windsor Hotel
ARCHITECTS.
v.'.  D   GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
HA-Lavery Block.
EDWIN G.  W.  BAIT,  ARCHITECT��� j
Gulchen Block.    T*:��;bone .._
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
<rr; _nd iyers U Oolumbla sti
phone Ri7? T:- :"_-:e wber^ ihi
���::-: aii : :?: :- :-::: '���- : from tbe
: re���lo: pressed In. Goods called
tor ani de^vrr-ri.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in e.ectrical machinery.
Bxtnrea asd supplies, bouse wiring
ar_.a:ure wiring, motor repairing.
e:c. Bank of Commerce building.
'pbone 3.1. P. 0. Box 923
LIVERY   STABLE.
... . ,      :-    .���      POR    HACKS ANU
-   art   turnout    Ths   Yi.-'..   _   s:a-
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE  SCHAAKE  MACHINE '-'���   IRKS
Umi:ed.  Front   itreet,    New   Westminster      Man rf ;ct :r- r= of nn
. iw an i    shingle    mill _    ������
Mil]   ::a:.:s   a_i   spi   Ifl a::ons   jire-
rared.
your local tuner, W. E
Mus.  Bac.,    dty.      A line
ring hlm.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLErS        PICTURE       POST
re on  sale    at  M    M  n.
Bta!   aery S:ore, J. G. Garr/r. g'ci-
ar  -  I      -.   V  Mack. r,z:- -   :- ..- stort
ii :    . .    I'a:- ' Col unl la street
��� r. | .
hand .
ofSce.
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PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE  &   EDMONDS.  BARRifr
��� rs    a-. I    solicitors.   Wi -
Trust Block.  Columbia street   New
Wi Btm] Bti r.    W. J   Whiteside, H.
I.. Elaands.
STENOGRAPHY   *   TrPEwR
n;K':''''  ��� !    KO-iv
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'���ork. |
IEATRE8,
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY    TO    LOAN���I    AM    PRE-
I ured    :o  advance    money  to  any
amount  on    dty    property Or  for
ill Hue purposes.  Apply Dr. A.  D
isnan   P 0. N-w Westminster.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
3 C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, bu'-KUng
s:one, etc. Satisfaction gnaranteei.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
WADE. WHEALLER &  McQUARRIE
:'  C. Wad��, K. C . A. Whealler, w
G.   McQ.arriei,     Solicitor?,   Ham.-
ten   ��� tc.   42 L-irne street, oproslte
mse,       New     Westminster,.
(Pbone    143.     Vanoouver    ofl) ej
:.        -   .       r.i   21.   V.":..lv..-      .:
lng,   413  GranvlIL]   stret,  corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
anl Solicitor. Gulchon block. Coir..', ii and McKenzie St.., New
W. -���::_--.-   jj   c
PRINTERS.
I Bl -      '.   .
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WESTMINSTER PRKS3 FOR EVERY  GALVLN   I. -   AND ijmfl
kind of job ;nr.tlnp      Midg��-t l��._se      toring.     A : .   ,['��
l��af ledgers;   rowle Carbon Papers.      big     - =��..'-_
Pher..    55.    P.  O.    Box  142.      Ol.      lng u Hm-VjJ,
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street. bhock - _.h__f|
and .��� l p    -- - -���   phon,
BENSON & AYL-'NG. HSH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetal les, etc. Beeb:e st,
opp. Wind-or Hotel.
FURNITURE
W.    E.    FALES.   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes ani McKenzie s:reets.
Phone 176. night call 81.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit tree; pbor.e 445.
PAPER   HANGING   4   DECORATING.
1. HUDSON. WALL PAPER. ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Saclta.-;
house painting, kalsomming, paper
haneine ar.d .lecorat:r.g. _:xtn
street.  New  Westminster.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets. 21 meals for Jt. Home
e^okl.E. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open 'lay and
ni-ht.      Opposite tram office.
WESTERN FARMERS
ARE TOO SLOVENLY
Government Will Establish
Experimental Farms to
Teach Them Better.
Ottawa. Oct. 4.���"I shall ask Parliament in the next _���_.-: -.: lor a libera: ipriatl :. for ti,e establish-
at of a number of new experiment-
... farms, or sub-stations Ln Weste .
Can . the Hon. Sydney Fisher. Miniate] ol Agriculture, today, Lu
''���' -���'-��� ' an Interview on the subject two months' tour through
the West
Mr. Flshi [sited nea ly all
tk'; -- ' ot the country trom
Winnipeg to the Pacific coasi .:������
an absence oi four years. He returned to the Capita] strongly, im-
pressed with tbe prodigality of the
soil the immense potentiality and the
rapid development of the Western
Provinces, and a: the same time con-
vlnced ::._: to insure permar.ent agn-
cultural prosperity tbere must be
more careful and scientific husbandry.
The decision to establish more experimental fcrms in aldition . to
those already established at Bran-
-don. Indian Head, Lethbrldge an.
Lacombe, is a step in this direction
At present, says Mr Fisber, the Western farmers are reaping harvests
from tbe simple process of scratching tbe land and sowing grain each
year.
Compared  with   tbe  east  it  is  in  a
sense slovenly tannins. There is utile diversified farming   and attention
to   the   rotation   of   crops.     As     }'&'���
there is little need  felt for any other ;
system, but where the land has now i
been worked in wheat for some years. ���
_ Deed is being felt for more scientific methods to preserve and renew
its fertility.
With a view to ascertaining what
is tbe rotation of crops best suited
to Western conditions. Mr. Fisher
has already given instructions for
experiments to be conducted in crop
rotation at each of the Western experimental farms during the next
few years. Ten years from now, be
believes, this question will have to
be carefully considered all over the
West.
sl ince, it> a her. of 11 cows an eight-
^rar-old cow gives actually 421 ibs.
milk and ISO lbs. fa: more than a
five-year-old in the same stable during
he same time. Placing a value of
only 20 cents-per pound on the butter, the one cow is thus seen to earn
over forty dollars more than tbe
other.
This is the Import :r.r point to notice; there are hundreds of farmers
in the Dominion ia whose herd.- j ist
such remarkable differences between
��� - can ������ found, but the owners
probably unaware of the extent of
such differences, will continue to be
without the information so essential
in tbese days of close margins until a
record i.s kept of tbe prod, tioi ol
ea, :. individual cow in the berl. Just
a few minutes figuring per month wlll
add vastly to the interest of tbe daily-
milking, besides providing a sure
guide for reaping more pro::- per
cow. The keeping of s. records
::.ay have a special attraction for
some younger member of the family.
England Awaits
General Election
(���Continued  from Pag. On*.)
plucking chestnuts out of tbe fire for
the Opposition in the lower house.
Both sides, however, are preparing
to go to the country.
Tbe result of tbe battle is not likely
to be immediately decisive. Though
the Unionist papers of London are
declaring loudly that the general election will be a Conservative victory,
practically politicians on the Unionist as well as the Liberal side hold
that tbe present government win
still secure a majority. The only-
point ot difference is as to the size
of that majority.
The probabilities are for a considerable reduction in the government
ranks in the House of Commons, a
continued period of Liberal administration, and eventually an appeal to
the country on the question of free
trade of a system of moderate protection.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprle-
treas). Four courses. con.-i-t:ng of
soup, flsh. boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
V. I 3DW0RKING.
.WESTMIN.- WOOD*
Co ,   bar..: .- ; e:_r;
cabinet  i -    ���   - aid,
and d?!.-. -=:;-> 19,4
mates  htr 8.
prietcr. rie,
ani car Ul . i .'
473.
A New Type Edison's. S. TRANSFEJ
Phonograph
The Fireside, $28.60
We have received "the Edi.on Records f,>r October, 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-
0I1a.se or not. Come in and let u?
entertain you.
Here are a few picked at random:
If I Only Had a Home Sweet Home,
,'by Will Oakland; Lonesome; When
the Meadow Iaarkfi Are Calling; My
Wife Ha.s Gone to the Country;' The
��� Old Rustic Bri.lge by the Mill; I've
Got Rings on My Ffrigers. Beshie^
the regular monthly list of 4u records, there is a special list of 50 four-
minute Ambero] records thl. month
which cannot help but  pleas., you. A
II win he all that hi required. Come
along and brinB your friends
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
The   '' ��� ������
B rack mar.-Kv
I afternoon al ���
ham Islan I
:���>    New
day.  Satui:
lng.
Additional    ���
leaving Nes
Tri; -  a
business ���
This  sc: ���
without notice.
For freight snd - isse_gerid-a
piv to .    JAHH��
-��� fees |
... ,���'��]
'J'XS
:���: aday sfl
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:   to t_
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CanadianPadfl
Railway W
Three Trains Di
WITH        FIRST-CLASS     Wtjl
TOURIST   ANO   DINING C����j
Imperial Limited l**ve�� at   **f
Atlantic   Exp-ess  leave. ��t ';*'
St.  Paul  Express it z_
For i_rrva: OS.   mi ���**���
tion _,., jar
C B. FOSTER E-��fpR mi
G. P. A . Vaneo ���- ������    <-Ktt '
743
FRONT STREET
Cow Testing Association.
From records being received at Ottawa from members of cow testing
associations there is apparent a very-
marked variation in the earnig power of the various cows in the same
herd. There is evr-ry indication of
many of last season's variations being repeated, such totals will show in
many cases twenty-five dollars difference in income between two cows
ln the same herd, ln some herds this
is increased to forty dollars.   For in-
Lords Hesitate.
Bristol, Oct. 4.���Mr. Jas. Kelr
��� Hardle, member of Parliament for
JMerthyr-Tyivil. outlining the policy
of tbe Laborites in the general elections, said that he believed the Liberals would emerge from the conflict with a working majority. The
Laborites, he said were confident of
increased strength in the House ot
Commons, from 54 to between fiS and
70 members, although supporting the
budget. They will follow their usual
course In the election, running a
Laborite wherever they think they j
have a chance of defeating either or
both of the opposing political parties.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world 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. Genera
134 Third St, cor. Aider Po
Agent,
and. Or
Statute for  Dr. Goldwin  Smith.
Toronto, Oct. 4.���Thp move to erect
a statute  to  Prof.  Goldwin  Smith  is
meeting with  influential support.
HE HOME PAPE
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SYf'Y
.{.flu ., "1 �� , ��� ,, ,-. OCTOBER 5.  1909-
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE  THREE.
V.J-rv_i
For the Following Reasons:
1st
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2nd
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3rd
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4th
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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.
Tth Tlie 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.
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.
IRK'S
HARnWAR C Crusade Against
r_A_\LrTT/\_\i_ IB ,Hun[in!j
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IRK'S I
Sole Agents for
The
Kootenay
Range
They lead all others.
IARDWARE,New Westminster, B. C.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marioi Street
SEATTLT
RATES :
Room   $1   p-r  day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50  per  clay up
R-oom   with   bath  $2.50 per  day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day
(Continued  from  Pagv One)
through  the mountains from  the Alberta  side in  bands of from  ten  to a
hundred,  and   slaughtering   game   ol
all  descriptions.    Steps had been taken under his direction to prevent this
annual  hunting  invasion, anl  on  tins
trip he was gratified to find thai the
Stonies were now coming to the deputy   wardens   for  big    game   periiuis.
paying   the   government     charges  for
non-residents   of    thr-  province.      As
the result  of the war against Indian
slaughter of game, the deer were now
so  plentiful   in     the   Kootenay     thai
they might be happened across at all
times and places, and were becoming
quite tame.     Hut the Increase lu the
immbe- of  deer was  nol   limited  to
the Interior, ii was   also marked ou
the coast.     A good example waa to
be found in the  Pltl   Meadows, deer
helng    now    plentiful    where a  few
ago they were ne\er seen.
Speaklni northern portion
I of  the  province,   Mr,    Williams  Bald
that the game �� is plentiful, elk an
othi     large    game    thriving,  despite
nui killed h.   huni' :
���  provincial  miners'  licensi
Ir was difficult to tell bona fide mln-
fi mn  those  pi p Bon ��� fl ho applied
to    mining  licenses,   some obtaining
iii.'iu onlj  for the purpose of   being
to kin big game
the game warden expressed the i"
lief that a large herd of wood buffalo
'known to range in the country on the
____________________ 'eastern slop.- of tbe Rookies, between
AU outside rooms, with hot and cold the Peace and Pine rivers, belong to
.     _   , ,, ,���,,  (British  Columbia and  uot to  Alberta.
water  steam heat, long distance tel.-
(Correspondence
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and b<,at_
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
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as generally supposed, although al
Mines they may cross the dividing
line. The Indians of that country
report a large number of these bison,
but state that the wolves are making
inroads Into the number. The JJ'-ni
is one of few that are now in existence, and roams in one of the wil.I
��� jest countries on the continent, mnk
T ] ing It  extremely  difficult to do  tiny-
H*mn Boo'k "r nU���erous want8    f��r    Stationery,    Books,    Bibles,
thino ii.,.-.,*' Ma9azines, Foreign  News Papers, and In fact any-
y carried in a first-elan.  Station.���  ��t��p_
We b_'iydCarried '" a flrst-cl��s Stationery 8tore
dle^an\ n   Y''Ci fr��m the manufacturer! for spot cash
5 Profit to be ��������������-��� ��� ��� -���
"**""��   prices
you Z,T En9|i8h
one?
mo
no
mid-
requi
and therefore we can show you some
Church Hymn Books are now In stock.
Do
TODHUNTER & BURR
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sellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. j. MACKAY & CO. I
thing with them.
FRENCH  GOVERNMENT
RAISES   PRICE   OF   8MOKES
Paris, Oct. 4.���French smokers hip
counted  on  to  furnish  an  additional
|      100,008   to  the  government   by   a
ruling  just  made  by the  minister of
finance   that,   beginning    with     next
year      ill     government-made    cigars
,   viling for more than two cents
iuve a cent added and that ci-
rai-ettes shall undergo a like Increase.
,   [,',  ier tax will also be placed on
Imported cigars and cigarettes.    The
.,, ..ivinsis  have   objected   strongly.
Die government    contends    that
,,.inkers are better 'able to stand
added  tax than any other class
,',  French men.
(The Dally News is not responsible
for the opinions of its corre. pnndcnts.j
Editor  Dally  News.
Sir.���Not holding you responsible
for the views of your correspondents, t
still as the Daily News Is supposed j
to stall 1 for principles. 1 wish to
speak a word regarding the coming
Royal Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition, the grandeur of which, as
one of the directors. I wish to see
adorned rather than otherwise. We
are aware of the fact that while the
exhibition Is a wonder, to be got up
by our comparatively new province,
and ls in its character scarcely BUT"
pissed In the Dominion and Uttle
surpassed 111 the United Suites, nnd
ii moral tone as well is guarded
c irefully. Still l find thai many unscrupulous persons ani businesses
try to get in as well as advi rtlse
through the medium <>i the popular-
ol oui i;i ,'oi te exhibition and 1
iu voicing the views nol
ol the Dall) News bul of the
��� majority ol the exhlbitoi i, when
i say to the management:   Keep the.
��� iiiiiiiinii pure and elevating In Its
tone, In all pai tlculai b, For one I
thank those responsible for It, For
having that large advertisement for a
��� i rtaln cigar cleaned Ofl the lence j
surrounding the athletic ground and j
I am Informed by good authority that
oilier cigar und cigarette advertise-
tnonts which are up in conspicuous
places 00 the public grounds are also
cleaned off, for It is now certainly understood that such Is quite detrimental to the physical development of
the young athlete hs well as to his
menial and moral mil ure. Mr. Editor at the closing night 1 think or
lust year's exhibition, 1 visited one Of
the side shows on the grounds to see
for myself, but the only one, and
surely it was anything else than enter! ulning or educating, but the contrary and of a very low order In
fact. 1 would say very vulgar at the
least. Then Mr. Editor. 1 see an advertisement on the most conspicuous
plnce on the Premium list of a
whiskey ad taking the lull page.
Now Mr. Editor while 1 do not
blame the business for this still I do
claim that it has no right there and
think tho show men will do as I have
���lone. Just tear that page off. Let
not the public think that the exhibition catalogue is just a medium in
any measure of giving popularity to a
business that the world is waking up
to see Is against all the best interests of mankind, and we thus wish
to protect againsl those things rather than have an Injurious effect upon our people.
W.   R.  AUSTIN.
PROVINCIAL
Queen's Park
New Westminster, B. C.
October 12 J 3, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE 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.
WEDNE8DAY, OCTOBER  13th���Devoted  to  Scottish   Sports,  under  the  management  of the  Sons of Scotland.
THURSDAY,  OCTOBER  14th���Vancouver  Day,  Championship  la-
create���Vancouver vs.    New Westminster.
FRIDAY,  OCTOBER   15th���Children's    Day.      Children's  sports,
air ship flight, intermediate  lacrosse and football matches.
3ATURDAY,  OCTOBER   16th���Championship
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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W.  H.  KEARY,
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exei  .-    -.:    its ���       . irisdiction
may provide I expropriation ol
���uch prii       ini in land as may
be r< :      railway purpc see.    It
the I one man ma) tb.- I
taki ���   thei        r may not P    I   ..
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When ��� , ... .:���.- erwt real to
Vr. Borden In tbe :: . ie admitted
it* Wright, bp^: -i-..: ���_ :- -...��� . all aef-
erenee to the court l<- would tik. to
���ee the . idgmeni reviewed by the
Judical ro_^.!tt<r. ol the Privy Coun-
cil.
Strang to relate ti very case bit
b.'-r. reviewed by the Privy Council
and tbe judgment oi tbe British Co-
iumbiar. ooort has been sustained.
Tbi= proves that the '. -tention in
Um House that provincial rights
I.p;.' been invaded, cannot be sustain' V thai Mr. border, s view of the
powers oi tbe Federal Qoversment
n Iod   and tha: tbe allegea
atu��'r_   .t_r.  provincial  rtgbtb baB no
town���atloo in '.>-��� ���
lr; tbe case oi the Micj.ig.r. Powei
Compan; was powei to expro
priate '..- ..-. mm rivei and ai a pbt-
denial ;y>jnt in that rlvei fel the
House was ;ega:<-d wit;, inflammatory
ei^r'-'.-.r.'-s last seasioa day alter day
by Tories, r:laim;rjg prorfnciaJ rights
were being invaded.
it waft p-jt forward that th��- House
of Commons had no right to grant
power of expropriation of provincial
land.. Tbe settled law upon the
poi.-.r is tba' P.r.ianv-nt has that
rig;.', arid ar. this late day the Toronto Mail and Empire, forgetting the
opinions expressed when .Mr. Con-
mee's bill was tm-ier consideration,
says:
"if    the proper    Parliamentary authority  declares  that a railway  may
be built by a private company, that j
company has the power to exproprl-!
_te    the    right-of-way.     Similarly,   if
the Legislature orders a power line to
be   built,   no   one  can    obstruct   the
WOrk,  or  claim   that  lr   shall   not   be j
proceded     with    because    the    llne
crosses  any  particular property,  'ibis i
prohiMton  is  not   meant   to  be  bos- j
tlle to the projector, it is rather de-'
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when be ts     ���
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rden admits the powi    v  tbe
; G    ernment    to   expropriate
ol the pro-...-. -   .:  ��� .-. Judicial
of   the   y-:       Co :. II   up-
.- tbe view which thej     .      jone.
Borden states nai lufvocally that
the  lands  within  tbe  aea   provb .
.  ng to Canada.
How much  better    ll    would   I
for  all   cone-erne i  if    the
and   Mr.    Borden    bad     years   ago
ted    the ision     now    ex-
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la.    'ind   .:.-; ;::.'.:.*���.
the House an d ;:. tbe c   mtrj
���   ben pri   ented bad they both a^-
���; ������ 3   tbe    4i( I im    of    S:r   Wi fri:
���: in 1905.
The people of Canada can see now
���  ���   |    vr.cial  rights   crj   .: the
onservatives    _:r;ounted  to nothing.
They  will  understand  wha:  a  difference it makes whether  I  ���        ection
: the people is to Provincial oi Federal   legislation.      Vv ��� -.   1 ie  Dominion authority alone was In Iss ie   the
Dominion was all wrong.      Now that
the    Provincial    authority   has    been
p; r'-stioned  by  tbe  people,  tne  province is held to be right and the peo
pie wrong, and the Attorney-General
of Ontario, says he wil! no'  grant a
fiat to decide    the   question ln the
"-ourts.      It  depends  upon   wr.ose ox
is o'-ing gored.
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SANITARY CLOSETS
A sanita.       set not requir-
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Remarkable Sale
is going strong.    Todas is v()Ur.
tunitv. Pp��f-
Genuine Reductions, Genuine Quality
Genuine Satisfaction
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lACIlf S H.4KRIS. Agents |
New Westminster.       |
HIS MAJESTY'.
THEATRE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
B.C.
: S. i RICHMOND, Msnarer J   Columbia Street
EB_B__S_
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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LAND   REG STRY   ACT.
������:.-��� - .��� :. plication has
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minstei   in thi    ;      U        I    BritU
v parti   ilarly   known
.-::���-.���     is Lot 13 of Block 1
ot Lot 201,   Group   :   Murraj - ai::-
- - : I. - 14 of Block i I
of Lot 801, Group 1. Murray s Ada:-
tion.
You e.zi ������   ��������� '..... .:.z through  '������
under ?vi  and  all   persons  claiming
tt in the  Bald rtr-
:      -..���    .-.-���..--���-��� .   .:.--- .ment.
md aU persons i        ng
In Um        I land :-.-���-���   a
title is no*, regietert .   md<    I ���   pro-
. -.   : -      -   ' ;.   ���       ��� .��� -   -'        Ac"
_re req lire 1  :    c :.---���  thi   claim    l
the  tax    ; . - ������ "    n   forty fie
days fro::, thi    lati   of thi   Brst publl-
���   o  of this  :. ". ���    and  In  default
of a caveat j.- certificate of Us pendens being filed    within  such period
or  in  default   of    redemptloi   ������:
registration, j        i    ���        of yoi
be    ; ���   ���   :   .      and    d<-t l    ���
from setting up any claim to or ln
������ -- ��� ' thi e . land, ar.d I 1
registei Cl irles Ketch um as owner
��� at in fee. And I herebj di ��� l
- publication of this notice ior
thirty Y ��� In a daily newspaper pub-;
lished   in   Vew   '.'. ��� -���     will   be
1 and sufficient service thereol
L)_r<-1 -.-.��� ��� L Registry Office.
.Vc-w Westmlnsti Province of British Columbia, this 28th day o; September. A. D. 1909.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar
To Henry Young. Es-j.. Jo:.:. Uren. j
Esq. 228-3
1 COP VANCE    EVE = V    E .'E1,  '.;
":i0. VAT  '.EE     DA  LY    A"
2:30  TO  5.
EDISON THEATRE
Animated Pictures and
Illustrated Songs.
The  Latest  Hits   of the Season.
Manuracturtr*  and Dtmert  tn AU Kinu    ol
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingle*,   .Mouldings,   Sash. Doortl
Interior Finish,     turned Work.   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
ADMISSION   10c,
CHILDREN   5c.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber AJways in Stock for Fencing and Draining,!
Royai City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New V* e��__imta|
F. L. KERR, .Mgr.
CORNER   EIGHTH   AND   COLUMBIA
STREETS.
Steam and Gas Fitting, Sheet  Metal
Works and General
Repairs.
JOBBING   PROMPTLY  ATTENDED
TO.    PHONE   585.
OF      DISSOLUTION
PARTNERSHIP.
OF
Quebec   Postofflce   Robbed.
Ottawa   Oct. 4.���The    postofflce  at
Peckanock, Q.<-    was robbed oi some
cash  and postage stamps early today.
MARRIED.
BrehautClark.
At St. Mary's church, Sapp'-rton.
or, September 16, 1909, Prances A.
Clark, of Batrington, Yorkshire England, was married to Albert Brebaut,
of New Westminster.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting between ug the undf-rsigned as dairymen under the firm name of Brehaut
and Booth, has this day ber-n dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to Messrs.
,\Vade. Whealler k McQuarrie, solid-
tors, New Westminster, B. C, ani all
claims against the said partnership
are to be presented to the said solicitors.
Dated this 15th dav of September,
1909.
ALBERT   BRBHAUT,
RALPH BOOTH.
Witness:
W. o. McQuarrie.
MEMHTHEW. RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW8
Sporting Goods
DIEBOLO SAFE AND 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. O    Box 691
DUCKS     AND     DEER,   ETC.,
THE   SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING
OPENED  ON   SEPTEMBER  1.
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS WE ARE CARRYING A FULL
AND COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW PRICES
T. J. TRAPP & CO. Limited
Shoe
Comforts
For these Ion�� winter
evenings.
That is what you are looking fo
You will find it in a pair of Dr.
Jaeger's pure wool slipper-- or a
pair of genuine reindeer mocassins.
0
We have them in all sizes, from &
in infants' to 12 in men's.
SOLD   ONLY   BY
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN
Holmes Block HE* IFESIMBItt
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   FIRST-CLASS   PICKLES, 25c  EACH.      EXTRA SELECTED  EGGS, 3 DOZEN   FOR   $1.00   (These   eggs  ^
3 LBS. BUTTER FOR $1.00.      WE WILL  HAVE  SOME  FINE  BUTTER TO  OFFER     YOU   IN  A   FEW  DAYS   IN   14-LB.  BOXES  AT  A  VERY   LOW PRICE-
C. A. WELSH, The People's Grocer. JWsJK)3Mii4^^
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0(0 OCTOBER
19.9
THE   DAILY   K'
WS.
.AGE FIVE..
DON'S
y Goods liouse
Big Sale of House Furnishings This Week.
Get ready for the Fair.
Sheeting, quilts, blankets, curtains, table linens and napkins on
sale this week at special cut prices.
Call and see what we are offering.
SPORTING NEWS
BOWLING
TESTERDA. S KALINU
;irp   alleys last evening
'l Men demonstrated
��� ei     their
di feating tl
12 pins
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their
unman led
nin by a ma-
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SINGLE
 142
.   ..   .  143
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 130
 109
follows:
MEN.
1.       2.
:    157
125
17s
11,
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154
116
138
11,
131
-Otal               .660 780
MARRIED MEN.
1. 2.
Johndro 163 178
Sloan      157 118
Purdj      ni 160
Gllehrisl    125 133
Car~er   209 201
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US
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108
139
169
170
	
Tot.
453
384
452
394
419
2102
Tot
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383
11.:
421
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_344
WE   SELL   FOR   LESS.
FIRST   l; \i E    g , s     BeU.
lng, maidens threi ..���_ up.
I, Fair)   Ring    ;   ,-..      . ,..,    3|   |,,,..
BCOND RACE _nd   #J ��� ' "
furlongs,   si Iling,   fou   year-olds    and
up
ardo.
arello.
THIRD R \('l. <iv mile and lilt>
yards, selling, three year-olds an i
up,
l .Captain Burnett; 2, WolMlle;
3, Sink Spring.
FOURTH Hack Seven furlongs,
purse;   three-year-olds and up.
1, Workbox;   2   Spohn;  :;   Boggs.
FIFTH RACE- Seven furlongs,
selling;   two-yeai olds
1, lima Lee; .. Sleotrowan; 3,
Contra Costa,
SEVENTH RACE���Five .urlongs,
purse,  four-year-olds  and   up
I, Creston; 2. Escalante; 3, <>n-
h nr
The Fashion Centre
Nr-w Motor-cvrle Record.
Springfield, Mass.. nv I.���Al the
motor-cj i'li' stadium Saturday Chai les
Spencei and Charles Gustafson, both
"i this city, established ;i new .1
hour world's record, Spencer riding
11089 miles 199 yards in tne -I hours,
beating the record ol 775 miles 134U
yards, established by II. A. Collier ol
England.   Gustafson rode 1043 miles.
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Chicago Marathon.
Chicago, Oct. 4.���L. .1. Hillivanl ol
iln- Hamilton I'ark club Saturday won
the fifth annual Illinois Athletic 'lub
Marathon, covering the 25 miles ami
385 yards In 2:55:20. Sidney Hatch
of iln- Illinois a. c. finished second,
time 2 58 31, and Jami > t>. More-
land, In int; A. t'.. third
HAVE YOU DEFECTIVE EYESIGH.?
Thousands suffer from eyestrain withoul  knowing it. n
jrant perfect vision, you should have your eyes ex-
.Min.     A slight correction    may    insure    you
comfortable   vision   to   'he end of your life.     N'o charge
is made for examination.
Optical Parlor, "��  *���  TATE,
R��om. 13, xew Westminster, B, C.
Inlon   Trust   Bldg.
Beat   St.   Yves.
Montreal,  Oct.  4.���Henri   St.   Yves,
Ithe    famous    French     long-distance
runner, collapsed in riv twenty-third
j mile  of a   race  here  yesterday.   Physicians  declared  that   his heart     was
affected and that  probably he would
I be  unable  to  run   again.     His  opponent.   Hans   Holmer,   of   Halifax,   On-
jished  strong,  covering   Hi"   Marathon
distance  in 2:32:40, a new record  U
the  track  is found   to  measure  correctly.
Surprise for Berkeley Fifteen.
Los Angi les, in I ���li pfore ;���
crowd oi 2000 persons, composed
largely of members of the Berkeley
alumni, the Castaway Rugbj aggregation to an even score at. Fiesta park
Saturday afternoon, each side scoring
iwo uies. which were convened by
sure booting. The Berkeley squad.
Including Referee-Coach Holmes and
Head Coach Schaefer, were the most
surprised of football followers when
thej finally awakene i to the tad
thai Hn- Castaways, composed of i'ir-
iiiii players, six of whom had never
played together before, and the whole
team practicing not over a week, hail
held the varsity team of Berkely, the
team ihe northerners put their hopes
in op haul down the colors of Stanford this year, to an even score.
Bat   Nelson   Coming   North.
Seattle,    Oct. 4.���Battling    Nelson,
the   world's     champion     lightweight
pugilist, Is soon to visit  Seattle, .lack
ICurley  received  a  letter last    night
I from "Bat" to this effect. An exhibition   bout   will   probably   be  arranged
between Nelson and Kill Herman.
AND SAUCERS, $1.00 PER DOZEN.
(White  and   Gold   Patterns.)
FIFTY DOZEN TO CLEAR  AT THIS   PRICE.       REGULAR   VALUE
$1.35 A DOZEN.    WON'T  LAST  LONG.
S'XPlECE   TOILET    SETS   AT $2.25.      See them  In  our window.
I    C. B.  DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
Vancouver. Oct. 4.���Tin- Vancouver
j Athletic club has changed the date
lof iis initial intercity boxing show
j with Seattle to Thursday. Oct. 16 A
dispatch from Seattle says that the
Seattle Athletic club boxers to meet
ithe representatives of the Vancouver
I Athletic club were selected as i"i-
.lows: One hundred and fifteen lbs,
��� William Dyer; 135 lbs. Pete- McVeigh.
FOOTBALL
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blou.es from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
DIAMONDS
|We have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
��s-     LE AQBNT8 LONQINE'ft AND  HAMILTON  WATCHES.
A Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
Jand a�� under , i."5*' "Ine fu"  sized  lots- fra���    s^ble    and hen  house:
blo<* north of r  ,    ati��'1, dir6ct'y back of the  Brunette Sawmills offlc*. a
Columbia  street.
JJ^��" What?   Just Think!
""siveiyT Cash' balance $30
y f0r saie by
per month on terms to be arranged.    Exdu
McQUARRIE  &  CO.,  Front  Street.
The draw for the first round of the
National cup, open to clubs in the
first divsion of the Vancouver Distrlcl
Football league, resulted lasi evening
as follows. Ties to be played off OD
|Saturday:
Thistles vs. Rovers. Referee. Mc-
Calluiu.
Shamrocks   vs.   Celtis.     Referee   U. j
Leith. .
Hibernians    and    Westham island, i
byes. |l
Control ot Pilot
Before Council
(Continued  from  Pag.  One)
mayor remarked thai he would be
glad t��. see a remodelling of the retail license system, by the removal
of certain licenses, rather than an Increase of fees.
The whole matter was left to the
City solicitor to bring In B report on
the positoii of the council In the
matter.
Ballot   for   Tenders.
Two tenders for *'.. oast iron poles
on Columbia streel were sent In, as
follows: Schaake Machine Works,
$���10 each for poles weighing 660 to
676 pounds, and Westminster iron
Works. $37.76 each for poles weighing
from 550 to ��00 pounds.
This ts the second tender received
and again the tenderers bad made offer, on different quantities. Ultimately a ballot was spread. The
poll went: Schaake. 4; Westminster
Iron W'.ks 1; one blank ballot.
Mayor Keary has no vote except on
elections for officials, and Aid. Henley did not take a ballot.
Cricket  Ground.
R J Rickman, Thomas Olfford. M<
p. P.. and J. H. Vidal. attended on
'behalf of the Westminster Cricket
Club, asking for improvements on the
northeast corner of Moody square.
Thev wished a reserve for cricket,
lawn tennis, and bowling, and If the
:,oiinc:i permitted this, they would
erect a pavilion and keep a groutids-
Messrs. Rlckman and Gifford acted
as s"okesmen of the deputation. They
asked exclusive use as far as the city
could give it. The lawn tennis ClttD
was willing 'o move from the lip-
perary leserve. The grounds would
be fenced.
The members of the council all coi-
dially endorsed the proposal, and the
deputation on this understanding
withdrew.     They stated a meeting of
KETCHEL   LAYS   OUT
THREE  SPARRING PARTNERS
Son Francisco, Oct. 4.���The fiercest
boxing in training that has heen seen
here since Sharkey trained here years
ago is now being given by Stanley
Ketchel, who yesterday knocked out
three sparring partners In succession'
before each had completed two
rounds with Iii ii.. Ketchel believes he
cannoi overdo aggressiveness and he
has collected a camp of husky sparring partners, The three men be
knocked out are Charlie Miller, tin-
giant motorman. Steve Connor and
Montana Cyclone.
the ctuV would be called this week to
receive a report, and after that the
matter could be concluded.
Ontario   Place.
Improvements will be carried oul
at the sixth street slip, and a report
will be brought in on the corner lot
oi Royal avenue and Eighth street,
known as Ontario Place, which Mrs.
Oilley wishes to see improved. Mayor
Keary and others wished to see the
loi boH, which Aid. Johnston opposed.
The mayor. Aid. Jardine and the
city solicitor were named as a committee to -\amine the fidelity bond
of the International Contract Com-
pan.'', contractors tor the Lulu island
bridge,
Miscellaneous.
The market clerk's report for July
and August showed receipts amounting to $382.76. An application trom
David Llllies for the improvement of
Fifh avenue between Fourteenth
andSi.xteenth streets, was referred to
the board of works.
���A meeting with regard to the advertising of the city will be held
[shortly. The market wharf will be
extended another five feet, at the cost
of $461, this being necessary to complete the work.
The finance committee will report
on an application from the trustees
of the West End Methodist church to
purchase the old church and lot on
which it stands, for $1000.
I Chief Mcintosh drew attention to
[th. need for bylaws regulating shoor
lng in the city, the sale of bread, and
hiring of hacks by disreputable persons, and the request was referred
to the police committee to report.
Rubber
Goods
HAVE ADVANCED TWENTY PER
CENT. FORTUNATELY FOR US
AND FOR YOU WE PURCHASED
OUR WINTER STOCK BEFORE
THE ADVANCE. WE HAVE DECIDED TO SELL AT OLD PRICES
FOR ONE WEEK. IT MEANS A
SAVING TO YOU WORTH TAKING
ADVANTAGE OF, SO IF YOU EXPECT TO BE NEEDING A HOT WATER BOTTLE OR SYRINGE OR
COMBINATION OF BOTH, YOU
HAD BETTER ACT QUICKLY.
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
he seen on our floors.    Everything in Home Furnishings
at astonishing prices.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
W. E. FALES 612-618 Agnes Sireet
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176.
NIGHT  CALL  81.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL  STREET   DAILY   AT   1   P.   M.     HALF-
HOUR  SERVICE  FROM  GRANVILLE STREET STATION.
B.C.RefiningCo.
(LIMITED)
Offices: Winch Bldg, Vancouver,
or Refinery, Port Moody.
WE ARE NOW READY EOR BUSINESS
PATRONIZE YOUR  EOCAE  INDUSTRIES
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
i
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurancenow.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
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ALPRtD   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657iColumbia Street
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SHOAL FOUND IN
VANCOLVER NARROWS
They make i.od because they're
made _ood���*ith s. vent een jt an'
practical paiai-_i_'_;_2 tailed into
them. Tb?) cover nnr?, wear belter indoors or ojL aad '.m loajef.
Measure the cost of paint ri.ht���by the lime it will last od
real!) be piiai���tad yoe will f.a__ your money's fall worth fe
Pure
Paints
Made ia forty colors for erery o_e p*iat is tmt to"
���_od made to Siiisfr.
kUple Leaf Paiots are sold eader a plats Ea*ii_t CCA1>
A.MIE tod   od.   by people who ctnaot
aQord   to  .-il   poor   paiau.
aratui r___oi & cac-i ca
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 Oct   S-.n.
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Ity   watei   pipes     . ���. ���
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ndiaan ���''  ot ca:_._ge was
.-���   ealed   and   ���-.���   repairs  ran  up  to
J It  has been suggest
:.-   v f the da^.__-   that tbt   d y-
Ido ���   eaposed that the Gtenfarg moat
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Breeds Pheasants
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Page
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CAPITAL
RESERVE
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Surrey Council.
A: the regular r_ee:i_a of tbt 8 ���
rf-y :.'::.:.;.'. council held or. Saturday ot the pa.- week t largi _.:.-���
ty -' busines.  wai   ;-'   sed of.
Communicationi iren received
I from Dr. Jones, re cam; f tbe B tX
iand New York. Chicago a_d Spokane, jE. P.. Co. at Booth Westminster, say.
IJ. 8. __, a_d Mexico Cry. A general lag tht sanitary arrangements are as
tanking    baa-aest    fcaasacted      l^. nearly perfect as is possible for any
,"_,..,. ,       ...   railroad camp to be.     Received
e.-= :'.  Credit issued,    available w:t_
S
Iraachea   throughout
rfoondland,  and  in
.$14,400,000.00
.   11.000.000.00
Canada   a_d
London,  Eng
giving
From V>'m. N. Drar^r. engineer un
Borreapo__SBti   in    all   ;_r-.s of    tbe|dei  the Ditches and
world
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|�� Laughlin Mfg. Co.*-
Mt.��tlc BM| .
PstrsA, "i-i-
Dej Ei-.i
'jpwari,
ren:. p^r
BaTlnga Bank E>epart_en:-
;-ecelved  ln  eues of Jl  and
U :: interest allowed at 3 per
.nnum  (present rate).
TrrttV   Assets  or_r $16..000,000.00.
rfEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
Lifebuoy Soap Is _e',lgh-.fu!ly refreshing for Bath or Toilet In -��� I
Weather. For -ara.hln. underclota-
Ing It i.= unequaled. Clear.tes and
p-jriSes. *"
���'ater (.'���ourse.
act. enclosing certlfic _U "_r the
flood box for Kensington Prairie flltcl
been completed at a total cost of
$21 25 and directing tbe same,to be
paid, also awarding the amount to i>e
paid by eacl part] connected with
the ditch a- ?lT.4f'.     Received.
From J. E. Bird, saying Mr.  Bam-
' ��� -��� to notify tht
mtmiclpality tr.at any further attempt
to divert the little live stream of water crossing his 80 aw- ft . tbt
-: wiii be the basis of an action
to restrain the municipality trom
- ich diversion.     Received.
From   A.  H.    MacNelll,    re  White
Rock road,    saying the    Railway Co.
.'ailing to hatch su    -
1      greatest     . ��� 1    a I I
tht   birds  since tea: time, the patient
: ��� ���. ���     w:. i    . -    .,,���.���-
the rjtmost attention.
Transfer to  Tarm.
I:  is  the intention to tr . sfer tbe
in tht   aping to tne n-     asylum
: ���       -   :hey will    be protect! I
a: :   fed   for   some  time,    w  I
Joying practically    full    freedom and
becoming  hardened  to  the  wild  life.
Later  they  will  ix-  turned    into tne
woods. ^^^Z
The Mongolian pheasam is a much
larger bird than th.- pheatant witb
which the woods are at pr-
stocked, and which are now detenor-
-.-. tri some extent from lack of new
blood. It is also much b'-tter marked
. - re proi need ring abound
the throat. Th��- Mongolian pheasant is    valued    in    Europt   at $7;
��� ��� it Its ad\ - - p ��� Improvemeni - - breed In tbe country' have beei deemed sufficient to
warrant Ou   ii port .nr.n.
Next   year  l"1   English    partridgps
will b<^ brought orit and placed on the
Chilliwack  farm for br^-edine purposes, the birds being released  whe
s'ifTicif-n-   :. imber have been  raised.
Price is a good salesman, but Quality is a better one.
You will find both at
The New Store
The qualities we are offering in Bedding Accessories are away ud
while prices in comparison are away down. '
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\ Stop and See Our Toilets
35c a Box.
��������������,
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oaps
AT
X X^J^|J-1 *J OPTICIAN.
X Eyes Tested Free.    Pl
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EasterWokMOKng Company,
FLOUR !
FLOUR!
IMpER'*L $7.2.   per  8-
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL    $6.75  par E
TERMINAL     . y_y   ...   ,
HINDOO  FLOUR |430 per Bl
McOuarrie&Cn n !; -^ peed m
FRONT  STREET. sew   we.t-.n,
_ J^\  u - a /   ������
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v��j _r
f
er     kind.      \S
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Bill
rials that i
v repaid
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Ltd. |
P. BURNS X CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in
Beef, Mutton,  Veal,
Pork  and Poultry
of the best quality.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
i
i
Sheets
'-y    WHITE    COTTON    SHEETS.  PLAIN   OR  TWILLED:   SPLENDID   VALUE   AT,   EACH ,0c
WHITE    HEMSTITCHED    SHEETS,   NICE   FIRM   CLOTH:
'it,   SiZE.   PER   PAIR    $2.75
'04  SIZE.  PER   PAIR    , $3.00
Pillow Slips
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 27i/2c TO 50c
i _a_a__.-:_ _fc-^,.-ay,*rjaa.--_a_. sac. _rass___s___F>6E__
Flannelctte Blankets
Our pries on likr- quality cannot be I ��� aten.
104   WHITE   OR  GREY,   PER   PAIR   	
114   WHITE  OR   GREY,   PER PAIR	
124   WHITE   OR  GREY,   PER   PAIR	
 $1.25
 $1.50
 $2.00
Interurban  Line.
for  Vancouver   and
run  every
way
half
Last
White Wool and Union
Blankets
7,  8,  AND9POUNDWEIGHTS)PERPA.R....$4.50TO$1000
Wadded Comforters
LARGE SIZE, AT $1.50. $1.75 TO.
DOWN   QUILTS,   UP  TO
!
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Electric Railway Service!
Cars
stations   will
hour   from   5:50   a. m
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Car* leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Car. e ire tr*�� i
office on the hour, twenty b;D' X
utes after, anl forty niin'J"' ���
after, commencing at B.w*     *
Sapperton   Lme:   Cars  W* ���
... .hp lio'^r, J
at  ten  minutes at.er me "      ���
half past and fifty n;pn-j:es l��   J
the  hour, commencing at        *
Sunday service half-honnT * J
.nd a ?��� m'   ���
a. m.
tween S: 30 a. m. at
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,M t
,���������������������������������
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-
'cal Improvement Gener.-il Bylaw.
1909," notice ls hereby given that the
Assessment Roll of the "Columbia
Street Local Improvement" Is open for
Inspection at the office of the Assessor in the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and in case
the owner  or any  person  interested
in  any
therein.
nssessme
of
__l        .,,. in.lui1<>(1
the   proper 1';y
III l in-        !"���-�� ,     ,.���,.    S1"P"
desire to IWM   ;
nt he Bhall WlU .   '���.-.:
of eleven (11) days ����"Le notice
publication of this ��*�����*' of t>ls
to the undersized .n wnti.-
Septe
llntention  to appea
Dated this 89th day o
A   .D., 190D.       _ my, AN
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v.".
Ciei
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Cit.  ______
Date  of  first   publication   - Y.,4,,
of September, l!"1:1' [tuesda
Y. OCTOBER  5.
1909.
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_!__   DAILY   NEWS,
PAGE  SEVEN.
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I
' .��� OF CANADIAN HOME-
^ST'lAD REGULATIONS.
r
I ..,,,1 Lauds witn-
'     ���,  ... telt  iu British  Colum
e*J , any per-
oi a lauuiy
Of age,  to
;,;;;:, irter section ol
II ot
,,,. made personally at
.   tor the district
li8 situate.     Entry
... wr,   h.  maple  ��n
by    the    father,
tter, brother or Ms-
homesteader.
��� -I p is required to per
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DIN
NER TABLE FOR EXHIBI
TION   WEEK.
MOREY & CO.
ARE   MAKING  A
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF DIN-
NERWARE
ENDS HtK MISERY
WITH A BULLIT
.. ���
' .   Her   Husband   to   Kill
_ Jury Acquits Him of
the  Crime.
P
i,c conditions
.:. ���
. :, '
connected  thereof    the   toilowing
H    ., |easi six months' residence
. .inn  of  the  laud  ou
three years.
Vf th,      her I or mother, it tne
Ij  of the homesteader
,,;./���;,,   i farm in the vicinity ol
I ,,,:. th- requirements
���   , may  ba satte_ed  by
ding with the tather
Ier has his permanent
farming   land   owned
vicinity  of  bis  home
\ . ments as to re.id.nce
sfied   by   residence   upon
Bald land.
Ice in writing should
commissioner oi  Da
.;'  ' Ottawa of intention
i ut.
a|-Coa!   ruining  rights   may   be
__ for   a period of    twenty-one
t( an a mual  rental of $1  per
jj, ��� -   than    25110   acres
to one  individual  or
pgjy.     \ royalty a. the rate or
grts pei   on sliali  be collected
rotable coal mined.
\V   W. COllY.
Uof the Minister of the Interior.
/id    publication    of
j v   wlil    not be paid
FOR A FEW DAYS. COME
AND SEE IT AT 665 COLUM
BIA STREET.
iMOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated l^C'Jj
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
u .  man  whose wife
,i .in    disease  is
; , pui   an  end
Implores Mm
So tin   j-; ..   li elded In the
���  yesterdaj.  and
ond    Heauiiin,   Who,   at
ber i      ��� and instantly killed
bis auary  31   last.    Mme.
Bi afflicted with a.th-
II gripped bei  throat;
ii �� til on her lungs; it stop-
pi I hi ..    She begge l  him  to
l^ili  hei   as the affliction was slowly
throttling   her.
Beaudin a mechanic, 39 years old.
a rough and plain spoken man. sought
aci with words as
straightforward as thej were dramatic. Tears streamed from his -yes
while he testified. The Jurors also
wei ai ^ the women in the court
were semi-hysterical, The presiding
Judge, win. disappro', -il I the jury s
verdict,  remarked:   "For the moment
Capital Paid up $4,700,000  the  bandage  on   the  eyes  ol   Justice
Reserve Fund    5,400,000 was a handkerchief."
Total Assets 55,000,000 I Loved Her Dearly."
"My wife, whom I loved dearly, had
' suffered fearfully from asthma," Beau-
lin testified. "She could nol sleep, li
she laid  her head on the pillow she
would cry   1 am choking. In the name
of God, . nd my mystery.   Lei me die.,
"On  the  nigln   sh.   died   she   was
: uffei Ing  Intensely,"    Beaudin    weni
on.    "The  medicine she  was  taking
was  nearly   exhausted.    '1   will   get t
sum-   mor-   medicine,'    i   Baid.  'No, ���
she   said.   'No   more  medicine;     you
know  we are poor.    1 am gone. Medicine   will  do  mo  no  good     Buy   no
more   medicine.   I   have   cos:   you   too
much   money   already,    ll   you   love
me put me out of my misery,   trove
your love and let me leav- you.  Kill
lme.    If vou were a determined  man
The condition of the old  bridge is  ,ou woukl DOt [et nu. guffer ag t tlo.
Iti  and out of  town  accounts solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT
l
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.
I not  considered    safe    for    vehicular
at an application has  traffic,  and  the  public  f��nerally  are-
^^^^^^^^ hauling   loads   ol
Jake notice tt
in made to register  Annie  Ryder
ner ill ���       Imple,  under a  tax
eed from Sidney A. Fletcher to
ie Rvd-r   bearing   date   the   13th
of October, A. D., 1906, of all and
[gular thin  certain   parrel   or  tract
land and premises  situate,  lying
being iu   the    district of    New
itmlMter, in the Provinc- of Bnt-
Columbla,    more    particularly
wn   and   di scribed    as  Lot   23,
y. 1. Lots 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block
Lots 1, ���  ������   16 and  17. Block    6;
1 :,. 12, !   and 20, Block 9; Lots
5.16 and 17, Mock 10; Lots 1, 8.
6 and 17. Hlock 12;  Lots 4, 5. 12,
IDd .    Bloclp  13;   Lot* 1, X. 9, 16]
17 Block 11;  Lots 1, 8, ti, 16 and |
Block 4, 6, and 20, Block I
���   ���   ���   16 and 17, Mock 18; I
6. Block 21;  all   subdivisions  of!
Lots 10, 11, 12, 13,
lit'.'     ���        "K"   subdivision  Of
1 :   Lots 21. 25, 26   27.
and 3.'. Block 1; Lots 2. 3, 4. 5, 6.
!  U 12  13   14, 15 IS, 19 and 20,
I; Loi  16   Mock 5;   Lots  1, 8,
������' -���I   1      o k 15;   Lp>Is 4. 5, 12,
-������: - ', subdivision of Lot
��� Group 1    Loi  7.  Block 4, of Lot
.Group l. Map 17 4.
'ou and those claiming through or
-��� ���������-������- ill   persona claiming
���I li   the said  land  by vir-
'-'' uy      : gistered   instrument,
���  - '       .inning any interest
t . Bald land  by  descent,   whose
���; n    r  dstered  under the pro-
I"10"- Land   Registry  Act."
Kills   Her   Instantly.
'I was maddened by the sight
ot
Ciry   Hall.
23rd. 1909.
cautioned   against    __u_i_.B   io-___  ��-,her agony.. sald Beadln   ..,  seized a,
any kind over   t. revolver with which j Intended to de-'
Persons  continuing to do SO after fen(J   our  home;   ,   Bhl)t   ,,,.,.   m   the.
this notice must take all the risks on | hpad      sl)f,   dip.]   ln8tantly      ,   deter.
themselves, .��__���� _ mined   then   to  kill   myself,    but    l
By order. W. A. DUNCAN, thought of my sister,  the only other
���.       City CierK.     . |u,im,   w)l0  depends  on   me.     I   went
New ^esttnlnster, Juiy,[0 gee my sigter_   ghe wep,   bu[ toW .
me  I  should surrender to the police,
~~~��� which 1 did at once."
When   Beaudin   finished   his    testl- '
mony, every person In the court room
j was  In   tears.
Following him. Dr. Dupre, a distln-,;
guished   alienist,   testified   that   Beaudin is perfectly sane. "But," Bai 1 l)u-
j pre "he was  incited  to his  fatal act
by the stronger will ol his wife. Pity
for her, directed by her will, led him
ito  shoot   her."     As   Beaudin  left  the
I court  room,   a   free  man,   the  crowd,
j applauded  him. '
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12-/5
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
jt required to contest  the claim  of $6.00.
* t�� ;            p-    within   ten   days Silver  Watches,  gents'  open
1' ��� '          the first publication $7.50 up.
nd i:i default of a cav- Agent    for    Waltham   and
I or certlfli   .  0_ ns pendens helng Watches.
�� '���'������������       .     period  or in default
-V ���      - ' .
case,
Elgin
!' ii before registration you
�� each of you will be forever es-
W and debarred from setting up
reclaim to or m respect of the said
""������and i B| an register Annie Ryder
I'o*ner thereof In fee And I here-
lorder thai publication of this no-
2, il l"u ,:u'-- in a daily newspaper
""'"Ited lu N, w Westminster wlll
esond and sufficient service thereof.
iy I at ,h" 'and registry offlce,
fl ^tainster  Province of British
��� D 1809tbla   :";h   day  ��f  August-
C  S   KEITH,
District Registrar.
amui'i Coulter, Esq.
To s
12,  township  2,  N-dW
|t��r AiT '' ;"'r'' of southeast quar-
w of Bection    i_   i
\A-'~- -Uatrlct     ^^^__
neat. AYYy'"4 ��f fbe ,oss of certl-
Ithen-im Llt]eTT?,umter 1767a, Issued in
filed Y'A     A'mn 01eson- ha�� been
,.   P-1 tnis offli B,
|at'tLCex:.lrttI'"'7 ?'T6n Uiat l Sha"-
*�� date ol'th   -      ��"e month rrom
of in
I tl" Cit
i -  "��� -��� m tne first nubllcation hwre-
itv of vr n6WBpaper Pub'lshed in
l4MlcaLnr ,'Y Westminster, issue a
In tht meL��e "���* wrtlflcate unless
aadet0      "''""  valid  objection   be
B w me In writing.
Waste
n. C. S   KEITH,
uistrlct ReKi
iffice
*�� RegiSt;;."of's,,'arofTltles-
r- B C��� August 2, 1909.
Now West-
LAND
REGISTRY   ACT.
,cres of  portion  of sec-
Y* K-ioo
uon ��� >,i   . "-   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
H5L^Wnst; m,"h .range 6," west
Wheri r  (listrlct.
"cat. nf .���,rr*",f of the loss of certl-
th
te of tin
f-iiain,,
'' number
5657F issued In
0. F��� i,a'   'sl',ml Lodge No. 24. I O
KoCis _2 ,niPd ln lh!s ��*��
?,' *e te_iJSS.�� flv"" th^t I shall.
AllY on?.month from
dat..
expira
of th
?. ln a foil.   o8'.   ",lbl^tlon here-
% city o,\neW,paper Polished in
_ ,d��PHcate  ,..w.Westminster,  issue
"'l"v  i-  ., '"    be   said   certificate,
"* be madhe\0memttnt}me valla SS
"  l0 me in writing
W,d ,;,  ��� ., '' U-irUtrar of Titles.
s'er, h fflce, New Westmin-
' s?Ptember 9, 1909.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors  trom   Geo. Adams, Grocer
SSttk CANADIAN PACIFIC
'^B.C.CoastSS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Dally at 11 p.m. direct
and 10 a.m. via Victoria.
To Victoria���Dally at 10 a.in. and
1 p.m.
To Alaska���Every Saturday at 11
p.m.
To Prince Rupert��� Every Saturday
at 11 p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���Second
and 16th of each month.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Saturday
at 8 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Dally at 2  p.m.
FROM  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper  Fraser  river  to    ChlUlwack
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell   Hotel.
D. B. Kankine, Montreal.
.1.   Smith,  Seattle.
R.   Scott,  Spokane.
K. McGill Hood, Toronto.
J.  B.  Austin,  Seattle.
E. W.   Pollock,   Seattle.
E.   M.   Taylor,   Seattle.
R.   I).   Douglas),  Vancouver.
J.  A.  Tally,  Calgary.
James Callaghan. Vancouver.
A.   Flanagan.   Vancouver.
C. J. Hildebrand. Harrington, Wn.
E. Newbold, Vancouver.
W.   \\  Shaw.  Vancouver.
Ellis  Wyndham, Vancouver.
H.   A.   Kennedy,  Vancouver.
Alex    Wallace.   Vancouver.
H.  E.  Kelly,  Vancouver.
James  Xoil  and  wife.  Seattle.
J.  B. Code.  Mission.
Geo.  A.  Scott.  Vancouver.
E.  Horsfall,  Vancouver.
Windsor   Hotel.
W.   Bentley,  Vancouver.
A.  Perkins,  Langley.
L. Tucker, Seattle.
Mackinley,  Seattle.
J.  Foselde,  Buckley
E. Cady, Tacoma.
Richards,   Rosedale.
Paul  Kennedy, Seattle.
Peter Dnrker, Vancouver.
J.   Weaver,   Kingston,   Out.
Garnet   il.  Pike.  Vancouvei
F.  W. Reid. Albion.
P   Plotter, Seal tie.
Dreaver,   Vancouver.
T.
K.
R.
U.
L.
W.
T.
Wash.
Washington, Oct. 4.���The base of
the great Cambrian system in a fossil sea beach was recently found by
Secretary Charles D. Walcott of the
Smithsonian Institution during a trip
in the higher Canadian Rockies near
the main line of the Canadian Paclllc
Jid    way    noints���Steamer     Beaver railroad.
_av_i WestSnster at S a.m. on Mon-      This fossil beach now forms a bed
day   wSSay  and  Friday;  return- 0_  white quartz pebble cong.omeiate
lng'leaves    Chilliwack  at_ 7 a.m. on
FIND FOSSIL SHORE
IN    ROCKY   MOUNTAINS
three   hundred   feet  In  thickness   Below this four thousand feet of lime-
r^furth^^t��cu^~cal.  or -^^^^"SoSS
isday,  Thursday   and  Saturday.
or
ED. GOULET, Agvnt,
New Westminster.
C.  B.  Foster.
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, u. 1^-
feet of Cambrian limestone, sandstone and shale. In which were found
many fossils. A large collection of
these rocks and fossils has been sent
to the United States museum.
NOTICE.
Those having rooms to let d^��*
Exhibition  week    please    han,', ___m
names and addresses with P��   <s ��� ^ "0^tm_ shortly are a late de
New rifles for use on the miniature
range are being secured from England
i for the local companies of the Sixth
U.C.O.R. The Morris tubes obtained
last year proved unsatisfactory and
In consequence there was practical-
no gallery shooting done.   The new
to the
gi
b
for
i tne secretary ai uie w~~---- ,- - ^ uke the Lee.Enfield army
rounds, as a number of fJ��^,Tg rffle hut with a small bore for gal-
ave  already  been  received  aliP'.��- .j wopk      Thp   chlef   ^vantage   is
>r accommodation during fKa '^ -fhQ eriHH harrpl an eontrasted with
VV. H. KEARY
Mgr.-SC'
in the solid barrel as contrasted
J the tube barrel.
1
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TUESDAY. OCTOBER
Kou Can 5uj
A/ore When
We Sell For
Less
Now is your time
and opportunity to
buy in your Jelly
Glasses. We are
selling out this line
at a reduced rate,
and you can buy
them now for less
than you ever did
before. We do this
because we know
you need them.
You needn't inquire concerning
our bargains. They
speak for themselves, and your
approval is our ambition.
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We    are    right     in
season   with  a  fine
line    of   most    improved
FOOD   CHOPPERS
Call and See
COLUMBIA STREET.
City News
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Maze. Cream
We also hava all  kinds of complexion   creams  and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Scottish concert. Sale of reserved
seats opens at Ryall's on Saturday.
Everything for the garden at Tidy's
phone 184. ������
The regulai- monthly meeting of the
School Board wlll be held on Thursday  this  week.
Besl pool tables in the city at .1. C.
Blair's Cigar Store.
Miss Lena Duthie, queen of Scot-
itish song at the Opera House, October 13th.
Ilnl) Stevenson's whole stock of
Ihoots amd shoes to he sold off in
thirty days. 219-
At the provincial registrar's office
during ihe quarter ending September
j30. there were recorded 65 births, SU
i deaths, and 60 marriages.
For first-class cut llowen- and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie-'
Greenhouse, R20S, "
Iiish jig competition I ladies i al
[Scottish concert. October 13th.
Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for hath or toilet. For wash-
ling underclothing   ii    is    unequaled.
| Cleanses   and   purifies.
Chief of Police Mcintosh is preparing the criminal statistics of the city
for  presentation   to    the    Dominion
j government.    These returns bave to (
be in hy November 1 each year.
Do you play pool'
Trv Blair's.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
business
school
We claim to give young men and
women the qualifications for excellent business positions in which they
make good.
Our fall term is now open with a
splendid class of young men and women in attendance. Shall we look
for you to join our number in 'the
near future? A few months' training in our School will prove a lifelong
satisfaction to you. Day and evening classes.     Call or write.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Oorner Eighth St. an.   Firth Avenue
PHONE 170.
SOWELL A OODr. Proonetor*.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company Will
ibe transacted in the offices
lately occupied by McBride _
Kennedy, 2S Lorne street, in
the company's head office building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F. J. HART, Manag-er,
New Westminster, Sept. 25th,
1909.
��������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������*�����������������������������������������������
RANI
SEND YOUR HEATING STOVES TO
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
* FOR REPAIRS.
| Trust Block, Pront St., New Westminster t
J. G. Brown will sing "John Gi'iiin-
hlie," at the Scottish concert.
II. C. B. R. ciiy and Sapperton cars ,
will  make oue extra  trip  for  the ae- .
cominoiiation  of    the   New   Westminster people attending the horse races
at   .Minoru   park,   Lulu   island.       The!
[last Sapperton car wil) leave the office at 11:30 p.m., and the city car at ,
11:20 p.m. **
A Chinese doctor, Chang Sung
Hal, who died at the Chinese hospital, Agnes streei, at the aye oi 4.',
wished his body to be sent to Hong
I Kong for burial, and this well bo done.
j Murchie _ Sons shipping the remains
by the Empress of China today.
Hear Miss Munn sing "Lea Rig" at
the big Scottish concert.
I
The steamer Transfer will hereafter   leave   the   Brackman-Ker     wharf I
I for Ladner, Westham Island and way,
points,  at  2  u'clock  in   the afternoon
instead of at 3, ag hertofore, returning
on  the following morning.      On  Sat-:
urday she will make an extra return j
'trip arriving in the city in the even-!
ing. Trips Wil] be made to Steves-'
ton as the business warrants. *�� j
Thp activity of the City police in
carrying out the provisions of the I
Opium Restriction aci is shown hy
thef act that there have been 18 ar-
I rests for offences under this act
since il came Into force recently,
more than  any other place in  B.C.
The    juvenile  dancing competition j
at the Scottish concert.
Finest line of smokers' articles in
town at J. C. Blair's.
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 It costs
only a small sum to rent one of these
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Let
us tell you about It. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager
New Westminster branch. 228-4
W. F. Steves, of Steveston, reported to the provincial police yesterday
the loss of a horse and rig from
Wise's hotel across the Westminster
bridge. He also reported having received information that the rig was
seen crossing the bridge on Saturday
night to the city side. The horse
:was a hay, the buggy black with wine
colored  gear.
It.  Morrison,  the    fine    tenor, will
sing "Success Tae Bonnie Scotland.
Scottish concert, October 13.
A   sood cigar?      Yes, at Blair's.
Buy orchard lands while they are
cheap and become Independent, We
are the official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd, Lei
us tell you about their choice holding
at Appleland. A new townsite and
trull district along tli,. line of th
B. C. El 't r ir- Chilliwack liiv and V.
V. _ E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
Ties section excels In the production
of all fruiis. Come al once whlla the
best lands are selling cheap and lei ua
show you this section ai our expense.
We can sell five, ten, fifteen anil
twenty acr,, tracts ou easy terms. 1-
J.  Hart & Co.. Ltd. **
Fine
nv pool  tables at  Blair's,
Book your seats early for the Scottish concert.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colombia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
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GOOD BUYS
! F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I
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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 Seasori
Smartest Women9s Wear.
Shrewd, discerning shoppers pronounce our display
of women's wearables for
fall superb; in realty the
display is quite a style
study.
Women's Coats in broadcloth, beaver and Kersey
cloth, 3.4 and 7-8 lengths.
Some are made semi-tilling
Willi high Prussian collar
and double breasted front;
others with roll collar and
revers of silk in a contrasting shade. Prices $13.50,
$17.50 and  $25.00.
Suits in broadcloth, chevron and Venetian cloth in
all the newest colorings,
taupe,   raisin,   artichoke,   as
well as the staple shades
navy, brown, black and
shadow stripes. Coats from
38 to -l.'i inches long. Some
are hands only; braided und
trimmed with but ions, others in the plain tailor-ma le
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 of the best values in separate
skirts. Garments thai are smartly cut and trimmed In the
very latest style. Kvery woman owes il to herself to see
this splendid display before purchasing. We detail a lew-
values that are alone well worth the trouble of Inspecting
them.
Fascinating
Autumn Waists.
Never has this store shown such a variety or such stunning styles in Waists. Visit the ready-to-wear section an I
learn whai Dame Fashion has set her stamp of approval upon.
You'll be delighted with the showing.
Tailored Waists for Fall: special delivery of these desirable waists in heavy cotton, poplin, with wide tucks over the
shoulder; also in fancy VesUngS with tucked and box pleated
fronts.      Price, all  slues. $2.25
Lace and nel Waists in dozens nf charming styles���lish
nets, Oriental and fancy laces in white, cream, ecru, navy,
brown  and  black.
of  goutacl ��� ��� ,:. .���
everj  seai ittaers are I
made in moyen agi
perfect fitting and 11
1'lety    of ������: ] prices.
$6.50. $7.50. $8.75 and up to
$12.50.
Black Vi Hi skirts in plain
and pleate I '!��� signs ban.
somely ti ed with banns
of    taffet     ��� !   Borne flU
satin       triinniiii.ip.      $7,10,
$10.00,   $12.50,   $15.00.
Black '! 'V sui; t'uder-
skirts, verj full flounce.
lucked wil 4 inch Hill
bound ed) ��� lust ruffle:
extraordinary value ai $6.50
We maki
out   .i.'i
NEW
FALL AND WINTER
UNDERWEAR.
New Fall and Winter t.
(lei Weill . gOO is Which COl-
bille a snapp
with comfortable wearttl
qualities, Our garment!
an- well shaped rom flttlil
and well a lapted to ^
present stj !��� tendencies to
figure mouldin i wi
from  the    cheapi st   to Un
higher     priced     gOOdS   Will
give satisfaction.
Penman's Natural Wool
Underwear, all sizes, induing out sizes; well made and
good wearing qualities
Price $1.35 and *1.50 t"
garment.
Penman's Natural uo01
Combination Suits: "J1
shaped and made to M
Price per suit   ...   ��� ���������$*���"
Watson's white lit"' ^
bed Combination Suits; al
sizes:  Suit  ...$1-75 to $3.03
Natural color Union *1"'-
well shai  garments et
special    i. I     "' " "
prices 30c, 35c. 40c. 45c 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 everytning
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; ages 2 to
10 years. No two alike.
Prices $4.00 to $7.50
CHILDREN'S
SAILOR SUITS
in navy blue serge, full
pleated Skirts. Some are
(rimmed with navy, some
with white soutache braid;
while shields; ages 4 to 14
years.     Prices,
$2.50 to $6.50.
BUSTER
SUITS
rdlnal and bro'���
.. lars. d��D
trimmed
white or navy
leather    t��'lls'
only,
$3.25.
$4.00 and
$4.50.
in navy, can
serges,   sailor   0011-
jfiaoH
ent
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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