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 flRE
INSURANCE
mUl SHILES & CO.
"JJw WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE fe,
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
:STMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY MORKING, OCTOBER 11
1909.
FIVK CENTS PER CO.'r;
RETURNED
BY DEPARTMENT
lather Step in Coquitlam
^e Controversy - Prepare. Case For Ottawa
in
the Co-
occurred
,   city  council
.),.  depart-
, ,i, being
, rQ8| reserve,
thi   cheque,
(rer.   made,  but at
���  in  abey-
i enabli   the special
the question  fur-
I p:
lli.VI'ilPpll"'"
��� dam  conuov.
Vening V-"
bed a cbeque
. of tl"' I"
W price paid '<? "J!
���stints I'1
returning H
_ the matter
lor a
..... -. |
(dnsideralJC.il.
Studs Cheque   Back.
G Reyes, ���- '     '    ":  ll"' d'"
lof Hi'- Interior, wrote;   ���
isMring   i'�� departmental  letter
St_ uliii.. In ��������� you  were
thai t_. rest i  ation of lands
Z.-1-. Coquitlam lake had been
i .in directed to say that
vi.. nation, the
. . ������, ,      .   paid in J2.0
jggi_.ii ol getting a patent tor
"v. ��.ij r> ���; looked, and not
IS ��� ��� , cltj with the said
EJi. ;; u|t0 ti���. cancel-
a-��i> resi i ��� ^ppp- nol made
|L ol the $250 not bavlng
0. bul foi   " ���     reasons  set
'.',.. ol   the   -Kill
���   Ith is  depart-
{250, being the re-
(ihe monej paid by  the city
ated above"
Hold DT Return.
'ohnston moved that the comics should I"- received and
ie_ge_ and meanwhile the
stould nol be passed through
ta.   It would  be  a  mistake
BH Adms   preferred   to  see  the
|t{_   returned.       Some    interest
nld be allowed after Beven years.
|U Healej suggested   acceptance
ite protest.
| Ht mayor believed  such  a  course
ibe adapted    with  Individuals,
I m unsafi   to deal  in such  a
|E_: with ii L... ei nmenl.      lie ad-
UolJiu ��� | ie,  whether  it
lin: it casl ��� I v,.v another matin: Tkfy ive the city soll-
���tjlltt
Jlwkdded to leave the question
I i-oiiilultiei    to ascertain
Iff,".' nod. ind act according-
l-v" ��� communication on the
P#__wliil,..
Preparation of  Case.
Ifi II ihe pv. olng   Aid.   Adams
Won the i nee with Hon.
Ojver on Saturday. He asked
Wl . n to engage coun-
. collect whatever evidence
'���'��������� for I be presenta-
Ike caai . ��� i ittawa, and report
In two weeks' time
eved it was the
Mtbeciiy to protect their lands
(.uitl.m    Ial e,  and   not   lo*1'
fi to any com] iny.    Everything
fr,;;ii hi d mid be done.
��LJoh_st(,n moved that the
lendation 8I mid ;������ received
led,
""ei   to    Mayor   Keary,  Aid.
S.K"'1 'i;i   reporl   was from the
En| members alone.
Wor Kearj observed If they
'telle his advice, and they want-
��. in anything in Ottawa, they
n act a. a council alone, and not
"'citizens' committee, The ci-
gcomaute.  , .., placed them in
J"""1."'      I He  believed
P -Polntmeni  was    an insult  to
ly   wh, ���mi���������m   to
iV1".' themselves.
hi  dlj   bell
U1B ___ ui mm m
mm m
Women's   Auxiliary   of   Royal   C<ilum
bian  Hospital   Nets $1100 From
Rest Rooms at Fair.
The total receipts of tne refresh-
uieni rooms at the Fair amounted I"
over $14011, and after meeting all ex-
pones the sum lo be banded over to
the Royal Columbian hospital by the
Women's Auxiliary win !����� a considerable one. possibly $)lnii. These
figures Include bcih the lunch and tea
rooms. The result reflects great
credit on the ladies of the auxiliary,
led by the president, Mrs. A. M.
Her. inc.
Probably  next   year    t_e  auxiliary'
W- W. I .roster the Successful Tenderer���Work to Begin at Once.
VICTOR GRAYSON, M.P.,
SCORES KING EDWARD
English Socialists liaise Red
Flag in London and Denounce King Alfonso.
Th.
tor   the   erection   of
,lu <" u ��� . i for the li. C. Elec
tric Railw. i ..vas yesterday let to
i\'. VV. Fori .,i this city, atid wi re
W'H hi    - . ,.(i at an eariy ,    ,..
Tl'   ' ��� ��� will be built '-it, the
propertj ad - ng the presenl car
ahopi. and ��� .'.een them and the
Eburni   bran. .  llne.     The    building
"Will   be    ��� ��� separate    from  the
"will fit up a larger room, flnding It Present Bho; nd will be for repair
difficult under conditions as thty ex- purposes on od nol tor construe-
isted last week, to make a success tlon of i.e.t .,. -in giZ(, j, wj|| (���.
of the venture. a meeti_ig to wird '���'" by 18Q feel .md will be divided
up the business arising trou this et- Into three divisions, each with a track
fori was held yesterday afternoon, and pit In thi centre .similar to those
when some of the accounts were o.- i" the construct in shops,
dered paid. l.ike all the buildings of the Ii. C
E. It., the r<; di shops will be
equipped with automatic Ore sprinklers, constructed ol perforated pipes
With plugs of S ifl material which
|melts when a certain temperature is
reached and floods the building. The
contractor will start operations us
.-���..in as material can be placed on the
ground   and  lt   is  expected   that  the
  building will be readj for use In three
t    r>    r>   i i    rs imonths.      A   large   freight   shed   will
J. r. rJabCOCK Returns After be erected on the she occupied by tin-
Vulcan   iron  Works,  work  to be com-
Two Months Of Field Work menced early In  the    n.-w yea.-,  by
which time it is also anticipated that
action will be tak.n to commence
the proposed new car depot on Co-
lumbia street.
The new shops when ready will relieve the present congestion, and enable the company to keep pace with
the growing demand for cars without
having to buy In eastern Canada.
SUCCESSFUL YEAR
EOR HATCHERIES
in Province.
Victoria, Oct. IS.���John  P.  Habcock,
commlssloer of    fisheries ol    liritish
Columbia,   has   returned   t,>   the   city.
London. Oct. IK.���The red rag was
raised in London yesterday aft.-rn.ion
and a large moi. moved upon the
Spanish embassy to make a demonstration of Its disapproval of the execution of Prof. Ferrer al Barcelona.
Bodies of police drove off the crowds
j in their usuaJ bloodless effective way
but uneasiness pervaded the neighborhood.
"To Hell With Alfonso."
The trouble began with a mass-
meetlng In Trafalgar square, organized by several Socialist Labor bodies.
Several hundred members of these
organizations marched to the square
carrying red Hags draped with crepe,
and hearing Inscriptions denouncing
King Alfonso. A black-bordered banner was raised against the Nelson
column with big letters "To Hen witn
the   Murderer  Alfonso."
Several  labor    members of    parlla-
ment   spoke.   Victor  urayson  of  .Manchester, the Socialist member, capped
the   climax   by   declaring   that   if  the
head  of  every  king  of  Europe  were
I torn from liis body it would not pay
half the  juice of  Ferrer's  life.      lie
called the  Russian Emperor "a dirty
Imonster," and said that King Edward,
| who could have prevented the execu-
jtaion.  was  responsible    for  whatever
might  happen in  England as a result
of lt.     He demanded the expulsion of
MAI ERECT BLOCK
ON COLUMBIA STREET
COUNCIL PRAISES  \
EAIR MANAGE..JT
Purchasers  of    Hale   Block   Are   Said
to Contemplate  Erection of  Fine
Structure.
A big deal was put through yesterday by Hale Bros, and McLeod, Mark
& Co., when tne old Dunn block property was sold to Messrs. Sullivan _
llilaiid, shingle manufacturers of Surrey, for the sum of $50,000.
Tin- property includes the offices of
Front Street Will Be Immediately Improved - New
By-Laws Proposed.
The first full meeting of the city
council for some time was held last
evening. Mayor Keary received the
congratulations of the council on tuff
of  t       exhibi
Hale Bros.  _  Co.,  Malins, Couithard successful  termination
& Co., and  the premises occupied  by tion  under his management.
In  replying    his worship    said
Dispersed  Without Trouble.
The    Socialist    societies,    carrying
banners, then marched to tbe Spanish
the Crystal theatre. The new owners, it is slid, propose to erect a large
brick block in tbe place of tbe present building at an early date, which
would add much to the appearance of
Columbia street  in  that   section.
Tin- Dunn block was purchased
some nine months ago by Messrs.
Hale Bros, from Waghorii _ Co., of
Vancouver for a consideration of ."_.-
DOii. Hale Bros, are still agents for
the property.
CONGO HORRORS
MUST END NOW
British Intervention
Demanded ��� Conan Doyle
Heads Move.
London, Oct. IS.���Sir A. Conan
Doyle and E. IJ. Morel have placed
themselves at the head of a movement to hold mass meetings through-
He has for tbe last two months been
inspecting   ihe   spawning   grounds   of i    Th(,   [1(,w  -mv���ntion   for  facilitating  enibassv. singing revolutionary 'songs >ut the L'nited Kingdom for the pur-
Jiicludlng  all  of its|tue   placing of  strings  on  violins   re-  aud hooting at King Alfonso.     A rab-lpose of making the public realize the
centlv made by A. S. Leslie  hand Ber-  ble    accompanied    them    tilling    the !situation in the Congo and to arouse  _
cant  of the local  militia band, is on  streets.      It    was    dark    when they .public opinion and thus force govern- |t again to the Railway Commission's
exhibition at    Gilford's    store.     The reached the open square in front of ment action.
consists  of  a  new  style  of  the embassy, and they found that thej has    just    rettm.-.'.     i v:;   i.il.raltai
which   makes   ll   possible  square  was    filled    with    policemen. ' Seen
of its
He reports all
and   the  national
well  seeded,  and
has been enough | jnven,    .,
jto  remove the  pegs  lrom  the  instru-  The embassy windows were dark and
spected the
Fraaer river,
tributaries,  I
rec-
and
��� iciieved  the
1 p.i be held ro
ll..iniii-
\l- ' ' tction or the
��� -tmernm.
j.   Wh��t Was Objective.
Y'' K,;i tlnulng   said;
iYA'f ' ���'    the action
tot in ii���  ,   - - ommlttee was
!;",!i'"  -   -I  trying to ao-
KV?  ' ' '    :"   *�����       As  a
,," ,;""    I    don't  know   wha��
' M&ma declared tl
It'ii
Wl
grossh
case
bad
misrepresented at Ot-
Gruy
' froi
Hy to
I mitt,, '.;������������ toou.i
1    *e from t|,
I mite.;;:act wltJ
I   ���� except by
the Bpeclal com-
souncll had no au-
' the citizens' corn-
resolution of    the
the Fraser river
great   lake  systems
the   hatcheries  full.
spawning grounds
believes   thai   there
spawn cast this year to insure a big I vlofiri   head
run in the next  big year.  1913,
"I came down trom the Interior," |men( wilh a minimum of trouble, and
said Mr. Babcock. "after having in-110 fix the strings In "ght or darkness.
spawning b.-ds ol the By tl)P oH method n took from one
n.l its stream nnd lake niinut,, t0 uir���,,st any time to place
visited every big triDU- a string. The invention has been
tary except Stuart and Fraser lakes, patented, and the original model sub-
as I have done for the provincial gov- Inim.d bv the inventor is shown as
eminent in each of the last nine sea- XVt.u as ., lu,,,r aIu1 more tiniibed sam-
6ons, In order to be in a position to  pje
make an approximate estimate of the  ^^^
extent   to   which   tlie   spawning   beds [ - __________
have been seeded. 1 left the coast
the 1st of August, and went directly
to the bead of the river and worked j
down. The first Sockeye to enter the j
Fraser seek the extreme head waters,
and they spawn earlier than those
that enter later and seek the tributaries nearer lhe sen.
Sockeye   Run   Late.
"As all Interested persons know,
the r"n of sockeye salmon to the Fraser river this year was late���very
late.     Commercially the run did not
the
public generally did not form any con-
ceptlon of the details requiring adjustment. He considered there bad
been more worry this year than on
un\ previous occasion. However, th��r
exhibition was finished, and he was
glad to hear it had been satisfactory
from au outsider's point of view. He
wished to thank all who had assisted
him, and remarked tha, while they
had differences of opinion, they required a united front against the influences working againsl   them.
He trusted people with complaints,
and there had been many that season,
-would come to him direct, and see if
it was not possible to adjust them,
rather than breed dissension outside.
Front Street Tracks.
\ On the suggestion of Alderman
! Henley a letter from Assistant Man-
tO Be ager Glover, of the B. C. B. R., offering to pay $.700 to set Front street
in order from the depot to the Cleeve
Cannery, this portion of tbe street
embracing that from the sidewalk on
the north side to the south edge of
the B. C. B. R. track, the council to
do the work, and charge it up to the
company, was received, and the work
will be done by tbe board of works.
The mayor said he believed the C
P. R. was willing to do its share of
the work, but it was impossible to get
the G. N. R. to take any notice of applications, and  he proposed  to bring
Conan Doyle
ral tar.
night
at bis Sussex home last
he said:
there was no sign of life.      The po-1    "We are going to hold a series
lice would not let the procession en- great public meetings in all parts
ter  the square or even    stop.      The'the Kingdom in order to bring home
crowds turned hack and kept moving  the facts of the present reign of te.
Victoria  street  toward  tbe parlia-lror  and   atrocious
of
of
when    they    were on  the
up
ment buildings singing, shouting and
groaning. The reserves then drove
the mob into the side streets dispersing it without trouble.
H'.lsgovt rnmert In
the Congo. The flrst Congo reform
meeting will be at Newcastle, November 8, followed by a great mass meeting in London on November r,1.     All
SURGICAL OPERATION
REFORMS BOY CRIMINAL
(Continued on Pagi
Two).
Splinter   From   Skull    Pressing   Brain
Responsible for Child's Unaccountable Acts.
RAILROAD MUST PAY
HEAVY JUDGMENT
Philadelphia, Oct. is.���A few
months    ago    1 .-year-old  Christopher
jllahn raided bakers' wagoas, stole
from his father, ran away from home.
| caught rides on trains, terrorized the
neighbors where he lived aud ended
in the liouse of detention where he
was threatened with a term In a re
formatory. But Dr. William F.
Baker Inter 'ened, removed a section
Weight of Diamonds. ()f  Uje boy,g s,uU|   wUU,h  pressed  on
Antwerp. Oct. IR.���British  Diamond |1)is   Traill,    took   out   two    inches   oi
splintered bone, drained an abscess.
and inserted a silver plate, and yesterday   Christopher  left   the  hospital
Review  of  Case   In   Which   Albany
Susquehanna   Received   Verdict
for $1,107,000, Denied.
The recent fair passed off with
practically no complaints of thefts
during its progress. One lady complained to the police of having her
pocket picked, and a purse stolen, but
so far as it is known this is the only
case of this nature.
merchants will be interested to know
that, following the Belgian example,
the Dutch government will present a
bill in parliament to adopt a metric
carat   of  200 milligrammes.
DOCKET IS LIGHT
FOR FALL ASSIZES
Court of Oyer and Terminer to Open
on  Tuesday  of  Next  Week���Justice Clement on Bench.
where the operation was performed.
Speaking of his escapades yesterday the hoy said:
"Half the time I didn't know what
l did, just felt cra/.y am' didn't care
tor nobody���i do now, though. Sometimes when I think how mean 1 was
to mother 1 just cry about lt and she
knows I did not mean it. And she
knows 1 wain to make up uow and
help her out."
Washington, Oct. 18.���Tbe petition
of the Delaware tt Hudson Railroad
Company for a writ of certiorari
bringing to the supreme court for re
view the case of the Albany _ Sus
quehanna Railroad Company, versus
the Delaware Company, was denied
by the L'nited States supreme court
The case involves a judgment for
,1,107,000 against tbe Delaware &-
Hudson Company for rental of the
Albany & Susquehanna road under a
lease made in 1870. and was regarded
as one of great importance.
The verdict was returned by the
United tates circuit court for the
southei court of appeals for the second circuit. The action of the supreme court has the effect of sustaining the verdict of the lower
courts.
attention
coast.
In the meantime it was decided to
ask L. C. Oilman, assistant to the
president of tbe G. N. R-. to meet the
council and go over the situation.
Double Tracking Street.
City Engineer Blackman wrote with
regard to the plans of the B. C. E. R.
for double tracking Columbia street,
| and atso asking for the council to
arrange for the removal of the poles
religious denominations will be united on Columbia street which might be
in this movement in the interest of necessary for the granite curbs of
humanity. | the street to be laid down.
"Once' the people of England know | Aid. Gray said the poles were ready
the facts and have heard the state- to be removed any time. He sug-
ments of eye-witnesses and seen the gested that the B.C.F R. should be
photographs of mutilated men, wo- asked to submit plans for the double
men and children 1 am sure they will tracking of Columbia street, espe-
rise with us and put an end to these [dally that part of the street in which
crimes. the Hassam pavement would be laid,
"The government cannot do any-'and tbe balance at a later date, and
thing effectual until the people of the that a representative of the company
country are enlightened as to the real  should
horrors, and stand behind the government as a driving force. 1 wish the
public to co-operate and call for an
end to this orgy of blood, lust and
greed,
"it   is a significant    fact that the j
be   asked   to   meet   with   the
council.
Fraser   Mills   Stage.
W. Fisher again waited on the coun-
jcil  to urge the  improvement of  the
Distillery    hill, or   alternatively    the
Brunette  road.    Aid.  Henley  did  not
heraldic shield of Antwerp, to which oonslder the road in'a bafl shape, but
.on-
city most of the rubber from the v-on-1 the  mayor tQok  isgue  w,th  him  and
go is sent,    contains a bloody  land. is.lUi ^ 80metMng must be done at
once.      The   provincial    government
Mir
lee
pyor Ke
warned the commit-
"^sion"81 h:iK,l> lind Passion in their
_��� WWatton"   i,SS'"',',1    llls worship
h��* a r|g|     ""'���<��� Uked to act they
iAi- <w WhJ Mainly
Sfifti  "J* h"   *����ld not
��,h  brhJ1''''.'I'l'p'"s' committee
lein-   WW ���hlK   Problem    upon
?_ue "'" maul.  ,cnun<'u wl8he�� '"
>���    11,       '',  be   w"s   ready   for
Labor   Appeals   to   Churches.
Chicago, Oct.  18.���Organized  labor
ln  Chicago,  for  tlie  first  time in  its
history, has decided to appeal to the
Destitute  Get  Assistance. Churches  to   aid   in   arousing    public
New   York    Oct    18.���The   financial  opinion  ln   favor  of   legislation   limit-
statenient  of' the  New  York  Associa, ing the hours of labor ot working wo-
tion  for  Improving  the  Condition  of;men.
last year shows Federation
'at yesterdays    meeting  to communi
The secretary of the Chicago
of   Labor   was   instructed
  Ithe Poor during the last year
that  everv state    and territory  gave! ���    .,      ,.
The fall assizes open in the city on l|,hera���y for the relief of the destitute Jcate with every clergyman in the city
Tuesday of next week.      Mr. Justice |,_ this clty.     More than J206.000 was
Clemeu't is expected to preside. |contributed, but the demands were 80
The docket    at    the    present time.-.-^ that the association spent ?6Z,-
glves  promise  of being  a very  light  n00 more than tt received.
one. Only four criminal charges are
scheduled for hearing and up to the
present there have been no civil cases
set for this assize.
The criminal  cases are;      U''X vs-
No _osses by Bank's Failure.
Guthrie, 0��tla.. Oct.    18.���Sufficient
funds ate now ln the failed Columbia
Bank & Trust Company at Oklahoma
**SW,y
!ai_ m
i-  he
'I
,  up tor
tllr'>'  Would
r- Oily,
Lib
K
tli.
tbelr  rights,    if
seek redress In
"ley were entitled to,"
a Saturday.
Sation Pending.
I��    my
_.jnlr
. both
Mayof
r t,. '\ .uv
Z 0t N"w \v(,;V,' , my ��"l��lon  the
NtectP(1 ta Westminster Is aB fully
' governments   are
rt -Hit,, J..',!','' ;u tbe lake.
,e minister says we
""''"'  ��e have noth-
Milan and Dedul, which wlll be re- City for the Immediate payment in
fnombered as the case in which the 1nU of al, the Individual deposits ac-
two men named were charged with cording to announcement made here
theft ln the West End of the city, and |by state Bank Commissioner Young,
with arson, and ln which tbey plead-. |
ed guilty, Rex vs. Walker, attempt to
break prison; Rex vs. Clark, the prisoner being the man who escaped Witn
Bill Miner, and later was captured W
the States and brought back to Canada; and Rex vs. Manhire, a case ot
Indecent assault.
and ask him to raise his voice in the
pulpit In the name of the motherhood
of the state.
Spaniards Defeat Moors.
Melilla, Morocco, Oct. 18.���Three
regiments and a mounted battery of
the Spanish troops, while reconnoiter-
ing yesterday near Nador, engaged
and defeated the enemy. The Spanish lost a commander and two captains killed and fourteen men wounded.     The Moorish losses were heavy.
severed at the wrist.
"A third of the whole population of
the Congo, which formerly contained
thirty  million    people,    he said, had
disappeared  under Leopold's   regime.
Great  towns of  fifty  and sixty  thousand inhabitants 1 ave vanished.    The
question  now is:      Aiv  cold-blooded j
and  infamous   men    to    continue  to i
make  capital   out     of     s iffering  and !ove,._
misery?" By-Laws.
By-laws  dealing   with
ma.ters,   including   the
was going to put their portion into
shape, and the city should do likewise.
! Aid. Henley promised to go out and
llook over the ground again at
'once, probably today.
Mr. Fisher said his business would
double   with   a   decent   road to drive
SALE OF DEBENTURES
Tenders  Opened   Last  Evening  Were
Lower Than  Expected���Left in
Committee's   Hands.
In:
iiis���T
fights
v" no'T^'iic
<>-,
mav.
^vsr*
the
lii i) vyay
litigation
belt,  and
expressed tho opinion that tli. letter
Mr. Kennedy, ex-M. P.. had Shown
hlm from the minister had satisfied
him at the time that the city's Interests were perfectly safe. He sun
thought they were' safe under either
authority.
The  resolution    was adopted,  a���
the discussion closed.
Swooping Into Grand Stand,
Aeroplane Kills Woman
Juvlsy*.  France,    Oct.    18.���A   few .woman and injuring a dozen others.
minutes before Count de Lambert re- 	
turned to the aviation  field here to-      Paris. Oct.  18.���Count de Lambert,
day from his flight to Paris, M. Blanc, | tbe French aviator,  made a renmrk-
the French  aeronaut,    attempted his able flight In a  Wright biplane  this
flrst (light    in    a    Bleriot    machine, afternoon.     Leaving the Juvisy avla-
Shortly  after    ascending    the mono-;tion  field,  he  flew  to   Paris,  circled
nbine 'as the result of a false shift of about the Eifel tower, at times reach-      Mrs. noDert Aaams gave oinn to �� heads and    an    average
the rudder     turned Into    the grand ing a height of about 1000 feet above girl   baby  yesterday.      Both   mother j springs were caught.     Sturgeon are
stand und 'fell, mortally wounding a the city, and then returned to Juvisy ' and child are doing well. 8till plentiful.
a  number of
sweeping    of
snow Trom the  sidewalks  in  front  of
houses,   the weight   of bread, bias:ing
Itllll    HflT   DC   UIIUUsTI.'"'"! ll"' letting off Of firearms in the
nlLL NUl   DL tlltiniLU city, were introduced by Aid. Smith.
but as there was a defect in the no-
���        .-.��� [tice of motion last week, being made
by letter and not personally, it was
decided to take tlie by-laws up at the
!next regular meeting, when City So-
llcltor McQuarrie will be asked to attend.
Miscellaneous.
��� j    A complaint from the International
The sale of the debentures, amount-;Contract company that the Canada
ing to $398,000, authorized bv the. Foundry company had net forwards.
vote of August 25, wlll not probably |necessary material for the Lulu Ulan
take place for some Uttle time, as,necessary material for the _uiu
when the tenders were opened last island bridge was referred to the spe-
evenlng the terms offered by the.cial bridge committee to act.
brokers did not appear very encourag- _d. Goulet. agent for the C.P.B..
lng. One firm offered above par, but wrote with reference to the complaint
lt was only an option of 30 days, of blocking the streets with freight
while Mayor Keary said he had a cars. Mayor Keary said the trouble
verbal offer to take tbe whole issue i was that when the railways entered
at par, but it had not been submitted the city they made no provision for
in writing to the city council who .shunting accommodation,
could take lt for what lt was worth. The parks committee wlll deal with
As It appears    that   some of   the; application of the Westminster Rug-
money  will  not be  wanted  till next by Club for the use of Queen's park
year, the acceptance of tenders was
left In abeyance, the Mayor and Aid.
Jardine to deal with the matter.
Last year the Issue of $132,000 sold
at 101-11.
El Paso Has $50,000 Fire.
El  Paso,  Tex.,  Oct.   18.���Flre  that
started    today ln Peary _  Kearney's
store at Cloudcroft, N. M., destroyed
the entire block.
oval on Saturday, and Westminster
Rovers' Association Club on Monday,
for football matches.
A number of applications for sidewalks w.re received, and also for a
light on Keary street, Sapperton.
Practically all the canneries on the
river have closed this week, the
sockeyes having had their day. Yes-
The burned build- terday the buyers were refusing Bookings included the Belmont hotel and eyeg which are not ln very good con-
The Silver Lining newspaper office.' dltlon Cohoes were fairly plentlfur
Loss is about $50,000. |and were in good demand by the re-
��� .. r , ta|ier8 and exporters.      A few Steel-
Mrs. Robert Adams gave birth to a heads and    an    average    number Jt
fit
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TUESDAY, OCTObef
rT:^73
seme
WANTED.
FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL,  ETC.
th
a man had geld dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the peop|e know anything about it. he would not sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase
ing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us  have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a  long time  in  business  everyone musl of n cessity   know
wares.       Use   the   advertising   columns of The Daily News and keep abreast  of the timet.
from   ytu   ;
all   about us
,��l  tome.
and  our
WANTED���380 ('KHAR PILES. FOR
particulars apply to W. W. Forrester, contractor, 517 St. George St.
WANTED���SOUTH AFRICAN WAR-
rants. Highest cash price paid.
General Securities Co., Lid., 321
Homer  street.  Vancouver. 240-6
DRY GOODS���YOUNG MAN. AGED
24, wants position; eight years' experience; show card writer; good
references. Applv Box D. 0., News
offlce. 240-6
WANTED ���MEN TO WORK ON
the Burnaby roads. Wages $2.50
per day of elghi hours. Apply
Municipal Hall, Edmonds Station.
11.  C.   E.   Railway.
WANTED���GOOD LOT IN WEST-
minster; can pay $75 to $100 cash,
balance $75 quarterly. Give particular to II, Drawer 855, Vancouver.
PO RENT���LARGE BEDROOM.    AP-
ply 713 Trew street. 241-0
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO
In line condition, well known make,
bargain; easy terms. Apply H,
Dallj   News  Office.
WANTED���TENDERS FOR CLEAR-
ing about a half acre. Lot 1, district lot 757, Lulu island, fronting
on the North Arm. D. C. Patterson.
Edmonds Station. 233-6
WANTED���YOUTH ABOUT Sixteen years to learn dry goods business. Apply at once. W. S. Collis-
ter Co.  232-1 f
WANTED���TO
nished   bouse.
FOR SALE���NEW 25-FOOT PLEAS-
ure launch equipped with 8-horse-
power Palmer motor. Write or
call 512 Eighth street. 231-6
FOR SALE���CHEAP, RETORT JEW-
ell heater, gocd as new; suitable
for large room or ball. For wood
or coal.      Hox Di, Daily News.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SMILES  & CO.
Real  Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm  and  suourban  property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., HEAL ES-
tate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND AC
countant. Audits made. Systems
organized.   Agent for the Hall Safe
Co.     Room   9,   West minster    Trust
block.      P.  O.   Hox  795.
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R.    .1.     McNeil.      Over    T.    Ovens'
blacksmith shop  on   Klghth  Btreet
Carriages built, repaired and palmed.     All work guaranteed.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. A. STANDISH, AN EXPEK-
l- need and first-class dressmaker,
lias opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14, Smith block, 625 Columbia street.    A trial requested.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ci rii s, phone 3S6. The Pure Food
g    ply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
VV. X DRAPER, B. C. LAND BUR-
iveyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING DP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
RENT,      A     FUR-
Apply  News  Ofiice.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FUR
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this office.
LOST.
LOST���OX COLUMBIA STREET, A
lady's fur. Finder please return
to this office.
LOST���GOLD LOCKET AND CHAIN
on Thursday at the exhibition
grounds: locket set with five brilliants and one inch in diameter.
Suitable reward for return to this
ofiice. 240-2
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia'strt-et,
phone R278. The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster.     Manufacturers of modem
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
! PACIFIC  REALTY CO.   (McADAM  &
j    Irwin),  phone  498.   P.  O.  Box  874.
Real estate and insurance.     Money
to  loan,  744   Columbia Btreet.
	
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located for
the present at th. office of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
ELECTRICAL W0RK5.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A. D,
Buchanan, P. O, New Westminster.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
.Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will bring him.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POBT
cards are on sale at M. Morey*l
Stationery Store, j. o. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stor.
and  "The  Fair.'  Columbia stn-et.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of moiinmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
FOUND.
FOUND���A PURSE. OWNER CAN
have same by applying to E. C.
Traves. P,  Burns & Co.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery  Block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st���
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
NURSERY.
HE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 415.
[PAPER   HANGING   _.   DECORATING.
HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,   New  Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIB-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices.
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building. 413 Granville stret, corner of
Hastings street.
SECOND HAND   STORE
WE   BUY   AND
and  all   kluds  ,.
band goods.      A
ofiice.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TVPEWRr
FREEMAN      BUN1 .    I
Gulchon block.      p. t
CUSTOM       STENOi
Typewriting;  < ���
letters,    etc.      Pri .1
lumbla street.     Pl    ..  ,;;
THEATR __.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE   702 C0J
bia    street.        Fir
pictures;   illustrati ,    i,,
ous attractions.     PrognmcM
Monday, Wodir. sda        : --.Yi
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
PRINTERS,
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142- Olri
Dallv  News  Block,  Sixth Btreet.
THE EDISON THEATRE,     iff
Columbia   and   Eigl I
moving  picture-.   I . , tr�����-.
Program changed Monday, We
day and Friday.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for 14. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES'  AND MEN'Sl
lorlng.     A new    llne   of fs
In* just In.     Button making,
ing and repairing.     Uo_m ., _|
block.    Entrances 625 Colum.
and 26-1 Clarkson st   l'lion. Rl
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup. flsh. boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWUK
Co.,  bank,  office anl store tit
cabinet,  stair,    showcases, ni.il
and detail work.   Designs and
mates  furnished.
prletor,      Works
and car line.      P
473.
.1.  Brookes,
Corner Ele
0. b<n 251, fl
EARTHQUAKE DEAD
TOTALLED 75,563
Sixty Thousand in Messina
Alone���Hundred and Fifty
Thousand Injured.
Successful Year
For Hatcheries
li'  Oct.  18.���The Italian Statis-
. Bun au recently published un es-
ti p.i the mortal!.} I i the great
VIi Ina ea i ke. The totul number rn p. !..,,:. killed in the three
I""- luces of Mi sslna in Sicily and
i:'       ' and  Catanzaro In Calabria is
I'111  ai  7. :.    Al   Mei Blna alone 60,-
<  persons wi re  killed���aim.   I   half
of the Inhabitants.
The number ol persons Injured ip^
unknown and verj probably will never bi ai . tained. On an average U
can in- said thai two persons wi re Injun dfor everj one killed, hence approximately aboul 150,000 persons
were  Injured.
No   estimale   Of   tli
pi rty  has  been  mad.
thai 23J cities, towm
fered.
in connection with thi aobve flgures
;i curious coincidence has been discovered. During the year 1908 the
e\.ess of births over deaths through-
oul lialy amounted f-o 76,369, and
this number almost corresponds to
thai of the earthquake victims. Tims
the population ol Italy wsa nol
diminished,  but   merely  stopped    In-
���Cn asing lor a  year on  account  of the
���earthquake. Since the earthquake
12,000 persons have emigrated to
America from .Messina and 10,000 from
Calabria.
damage to pro-
bui  it is known
and villages Buf-
AN  ILL WIND THAT
BLOWS   NOBODY   GOOD
Merlda, Yucatan, Oct. 18.���For many
years there have been stories of a
buried treasure on the coast of Yucatan, and search has often been made
unavailingly for the booty supposed
to bave been hidden by Lefltte, the
pirate who died and is buried in Yucatan. And now the truth of these
Stories would appear to be verified.
The recent severe storm along the
const of Yucatan is believed to have
uncovered from the beach at Puerto
Celestum the burled wealth of the
pirate.
Soon after the storm subsided the
crews of fishing boats began picking
up many gold and silver coins of English and Swinish make and bearing
dates of the early part of last century. These coins are scattered all
along the beach at Puerto Celestum
and several thousand dollars of tbem
have so far been collected.
(Continued  trom  Page One.)
assume Importance until the last few
days in July, and even in August did
not come up to expectations. The
pack on the Fraser up to Augusi 25
was nol much more than half thai of
lour years ago���the last big year. The
pack in American waters is stated to
be eq\ al to that of that year. 11
conditions favored them as they usually   do,  and   there  appears  to  have
been    no   Ob! eVance      Of'      tlle   Weekly
closed time in their waters during the
time the flsh were running.
'There was a run on in our waters
when the August 25 to Septei iber 15
closed svv.,n began, and i am told
thai Sockeye were running in conaid-
lerable numbers when the closed season wa.- over, and thai lh. y . ontinued
to run for some time afterward, How-
ever disappointing the run may have
been for the fishermen and the canners the conditions certain!. favored
the spawning grounds, the hatcheries
and the Indians of the Interior.
"The run to the spawning grounds
was later than usual, as was lo be
expected from the delay in entering
the lower river, but once the lish !
passetl the fishing limits they went,
as they generally do. to the lake sec-
tions al the head of the river. To
Rear, Quesnel, Horsefly, Chilco, Se-
ton and Anderson, Shuswap and
.dams, Harrison and Lillooet lakes
the run was abundant While the
were nol in the compact schools of
former years,the run continued over
a greater length of time than any
season since l'.lOl.
"I do not think the numbers which
reached those great lakes this year
equalled those of 1901, but to most
sections the run appears to have
equalled that of 1905, and to Quesnei
jlake the run appeared to be greater
even than in that year.
A Successful Season.
I    "All  the    hatcheries    have
successful season. They are a
with eggs,  with  the exception
Harrison lake hatchery, and that big
institution    is    being    filled  rapidly.
They get their eggs from .Morris
creek and the Harrison river, and as
the run there is always later than to
any other point and is always more
constant, thai hatchery will, like the
others, be filled to Its capacity. All
the hatcheries could have taken double the number of eggs they can handle. It has always been s0 in the
big years.
"Nol only are the hatcheries all
filled to their capacity, but all the
natural spawning beds have beer
seeded anil the Indian .smokehouses
packi il with sockeyes. lii consequence of the seeding of the natural
beds and the filling of the hatcheries
the oui look for a good run in 1913 Is
excellent."
English Watchmaker
r
"QUALITY
ll
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Gold Watcje.s for Ladles from $12./j
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open  face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open    <-     .
$7.50 up. H
Agent    for   Waltham   and     l_lgin  3<
Watch.s. JE
i ryi
Watch repairing a specialty, i y
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   trom   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
had a
1 filled
of the
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 p. o. Box 345
The season's most authoritative styles are featured in our
new
Twentieth Century
Suits and Overcoats
Our Hat Department is replete in every particular. From
the Gentleman's Silk Hat to
Man's Crush. Our colored hats
are the new feature in soft
goods.
MAKE  YOUR APPcAL to the public
through the columni of THE DAILY I
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper. I
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL 17.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
McQuarrie & Co..
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
New Shirts!   New Ties!   New Underwear!
AT M. J. PHILLIPS' BIG CLOTHING HOUSE
Pretty styles in new Reefers for Boys or Girls in
fancy checks, plain navy or cardinal���all with monograms or arms.
^ . ,     .  ___________________________MW|
Phillips, Wardrobe Clothier
I i ruesDAV.
OCTOBER 1
o. 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Our P
IS   A
COMMERCIAL PROPOSITION SITUATED
ON THE SEA COAST.
ff
Our refinery expert assures us that when our refinery is in operation we can pay
$30,000 Per Month Dividend
We own 800 acres of choice oil land.    We have a producing oil well under lease for five years.
Safe
Sure
Permanent
s is no speculation, and the dividends will increase rapidly.   No such investment was ever offered you.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
OFFICE   OPEN   EVENINGS.
B,   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.
614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
PHONE   MAIN  5865.
PHONE 4327.
DIAMONDS
'e now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
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I More Prizewinners
4
at the Exhibition \
��� non-professional in the province���1,
Mrs B. S. Brown; 2, Mrs. A. W-
Gray; 3, Mrs. J. Imlah: 4, Mrs. Jno.
Green;   5,  Mrs. S. Morley.
CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Charles Ketch-
um as tne owner In fee simple, under a tax sale deed from C. C. Fisher
to Frederic W. Howay and Robit L.
Reid, bearing dat.  the 1st day of De-   1
1 ''."'that '\vf!ain'''parcel'U1orntrac,ngoi ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� * ! For the best exhibit of bottled fruits-
land and premises situate, lying and division A.-CATTLE. Co., Cosolidated, Victoria. B. C: To ��'"' ' '":"''"' ' '' '' " K':">;
being In the district of    New  West-,       esented ,1V the Holstein-Frieslan the winner of the first prize for three
minster,  in the    province  ol    British
DIVISION   F.���BOTTLED  FRUITS.
Presented   by   the    James    Smart
Manufacturing  Co..   Brockville,   Ont.:
Association of Canada: Champion Hoi- bacon hogs���Jos. Thompson
Mrs. W.  H. West;
Mrs.   P.   Peebles.
_,  Mrs.  Dahm;
DIVISION  E. POULTRY.
Presented     bj     W.   Ileaton,
ist
Columbia, more pa.ticiilarly known ;.u,ill.1,,.i(.si;in cow> 0WQed h, Rc j
jand described as Lot 13 of Block is M   steves;   champion   Holstein-Fries
of Lot 201, QrouP 1, Murray s Adll- ^ bu��� QWned ju BC } M gteves
���tion, north hall ot Lot 14 ot Block Ui    g     , ,   ri     preBnted bv the Hoi   ___-;
'of Lot  201, Group 1,  Murray's Addi- ,   . \ft���-\-,,u.,, ,��� America.  " '
strin-i in si.m Association oi America.      For ten-of thl. ll,,st BCore(i bi
Display   of   Holstein-Frieslan     cattle, ;Plymomh Rocks_K. ullV(,r
silver cup, W.  Bishop, For  ten   of   Uu,  ,,. .,   BCored   Black
Presented    bv    Messrs
tion.
You ��nd the
under you and all
any  Interest in  th
tue  of    an
and all per
in   the  said  land    by  descent.   WhOSi
claiming through or
persons claiming
said land by vir-
Prior
,  ,-.  Co., Victoria.  B. C:   For exhibit of
>��� unregistered instrument Qm Nq road ^
���sons claiming any Interest .
Orpingtons���W.  Walker.
K.   It.   Ness.
VEGETABLE AND FRUIT EXHIBIT.
Presnted by the Hudson's Bay company, open to competition among the
amateur gardeners in Vancouver,
New Westminster and the surrounding districts: For the best cottager's
exhibit of fruits and vegetables���1,
Susan Walker;  2, A. G.  Marshall.
DIVISION Q.���VEGETABLES.
Presented   by   Asahel   Smith,   Seed
Potatoe  Specialist, Ladner:
tier of the lirst prize for herd of three Westminster.'' For"ten""of"*t_e best  For the best IB lbs. of "Early King"
cows giving most butter tat, one No, BCOred    i��a,.lrUlt,,.   Wyandottes���Wm.1 Potatoes���Rudie Kittson.
:'v plow. .).  M. Steves. Ileaton. For  the  best   16  lbs.  "Extra  Early
Presented   by   T.  J.   Trapo.    New  Moonlight"       potatoes ��� McClughan
���jA. ��� ���  ������ ' _*
I ��������������������-.  ���������������������������������������^^^^������^^������������������������������������������������������ff
I:
L
owaey's Chocolates
Fresh this week.
Presented   by   (.'.   A.   Welsh.     New
Westminster:   For  ten   of   the    best
scored    White  Wyandottes���Surprise
Presented  by   the Wilkinson  Plow T,    ,. .    Y    ,
title is not registered tuider the pro- u > T wto. Poultry Yards.
visions of the "Land  Registrj   Act,  -     >  liV  ���'   ���-��� -       '��� ���-���-.   ������ ���'���
are required to contest the claim or
the tax    purchaser   within forty flve
.davs from the late of the flrst publl-
.  '., .���   nt  thl.   untie.,   ���m.i   In   default                                                                               i Presented   by   T.   J.    I rapp,
o? i caveat   >r SrUflctte of Us Jem             '"VISION B. HORSES. Westminster:     For  ten  of the besl   Bros.
denB being filed    within such period     Presented bj   ll. Dallas Helmcken: scored White Leghorns���J. .). Wilson.
or in  defaull   of    redemption  berore For the best  draft   horse on exhibi- I'n sented   by   the  Columbian  Co.: (    division il���FIELD PRODUCE,
registration  you and each of you will .tion medal���Guichon estate. For  the  best   breeding   pen���1,  Sur-     Presented    by  the    Brackman-Ker
bo   forever 'estopped an.l    debarred     Presented by the Clydesdale Horse prise Poultry Yards; 2, .lones _ New   Mining Co., Ltd.;   For the best   100
from  setting  up anv  claim  to or In Association of Camilla:   For the tv.,- berry.                                                        |D8, white Milling Oats���S. Morley.
of the said land, and I shall Clydesdale Stallion, medal���O'Neal _ Presented    by  J.   II.   Vidal.    Ne.                             _
Westminster'     For  the  besl   trio of DIVISION  [���FRUIT
Wats,hi.   N.-w White Wyandottes distinct from other                    ,',',.'          -,���,,���,,���,
besl   foal   oi emiies   i.   surprise   Poultry   Yards;      Presented bj    George      hompson
ll
tlu
Walker.   BU   v;
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
JOPTICIAN.;
Eyes Tested Free.'  Phone 57.
^������������������������������������������^ ��������������������������������������� ���������������������
i, ��� pec
register   Charles Ketchum as owner Company.
4 thereof In fee,     And l hereby direct      Presented  by   .1
��� thai  publication    of    this notice tor Westminster;   Foi
2 thirty -lrvs in a dally newspaper pub- 1D09 (sired by "Robbie Patchen")���T. 2, ditto,
��� Uahed In Now  Westminster  will  be Furnessa, Presented  by  W
��� good an.l sufficient service thereot.        Clydesdale Female,   gold    medal-   lam:  For the besl display of poultry
��� '   Dated at the Land Regiatrj  Office, Pepiberton estate. silver cup���Jones &  Newberry.
Pair of  Shetland  ponies and  rig���. 	
.les. Cameron, division F.���DAIRY.
Shetland pony with rider-1 Jos. , preBented ,1V j, w> Bland V. S
Cameron; il. Nelson Lawry; .,. Allan Vancouver: For the besl cock c
Morran.
Pair of mares or geldings
:\'.sv   Westminster.   Province   of   Brit-
# ish  Columbia,   this  28th  day  of  Sep-
4 tember, A. D. 100'.'.
4 C. S. KEITH,
J District   Registrar.
���      To Henry Y'oung. Esq., John Uren,
For the besl exhibit of Winter Apples
- _. e. Boyer.
Presented    by George    Thompson:
Winter pears���A, B. Boyer.
Presented by George Thompson:
For the best pa.-ked box of apples for
market���1, B. McDonald; 2, J. deC.
Wetherell.
-1, D. C,
Fsq.
228-30  McGregor;  '.. L. A. Lewis.
iBank of Montreal
division C.���SHEE]
Presented bj  the American Oxford ver
dairy  bUtter-C.  II.  Davis. DIVISION M.-FLOWERS.
Presented   bv   J,   .1.   Mulhall,   van- ���
couver;   For the best   10-lb. orock of     Presented  by  the  Gorham   Rubber
dairy butter- Mrs, R. B. Kittson. ;Co., Seattle. Wash.: For the best col-
Presented by J. .1. Mulhall   Vancou- lection   of   three  dozen    Dahlias���H.
For tin- besl  B-lb. crock Of dairy   Stride  &   Sons.
ESTABLISHED 181.
^mmmiifmmKmmgfMKaaBaam.  capital $14,400,000.00
WE ARE READY TO SHOW SlRESERVE 	
11.000,000.00
Down   Record   Association;   Yearling butter   C, ii. Davis.
.we   i. Jno.  Richardson;   '.'. ditto. 	
Pen of . lambs, either set���l, Me- division F.���BREAD.
Clughan Bros.; _. Alex. Davies. Presented by the   Ogllvie   Milling
Presented by the Adams Wagon Co. Vompany: For the best loaf of home-
r,iiinti'oi;d. Ont.: For the best pen of jmade bread, made bv any non-profes-
you how lt ls cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it is to purchase tbe P��or"
er kind. We can point to
buildings built with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some otners
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
.   ���������    ���������������1. uiitv,   ~,   ivtta.   ,) uo.   vjieeu.
Presented by tho Canadian Bank of \    Presented     by    the     Easierbrooke
sheep on  exhibition���<!.  F. Higginson !sjonal   in   the   province���1,   Mrs.   A.
Branches 'throughout   Canada   and|&_Son. jGrny;  2, Mrs. Jno. Green
Newfoundland,  and iu   Loudon,  Eng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane, .r.ml |imib'on exhibition, silver medal
j U. S. A., and Mexico City.   A general ���Alex  Davies
p banking    business   transacted.     Let
Presented by W. ll. Keary, for tho
ibest exhibit of cut flowers���1. .1.
Wright;   2.   Mrs.   A.   Pashley.
Presnted  by   Messrs.   P.   W.   Ellis   tt
Co.,  Toronto,  Ont.:   For  the best  collection of Sweet Peas���1. J. Wright;
12, M. A.  Matheson.
S-LLEV BROS., Ltd.
' ters of Credit issued,   available with
I correspondents  In    all   parts of    the
I world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
\ received in sums of tt and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
| annum (present rate).
Tota'  Assets ow $168,000,000.00.
���ItU' WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
DIVISION   N.���LADIES'   WORK.
Commerce, Victoria, B.C.:For the best   Milling  company,  Eburne:     For  thei    Presented by the T. Eaton Co., Ltd.;
best  loaf  of  hoiue-made  bread,  made   For   the   best   collection   of     Ladies'
by anv lady non-professional���1, Mrs. Fancy  Work���1,  Mrs.  C.  B.  MeAllis-
J. Grlmner;  2, W. F. Brooks.    ���        'ter;  2, (presented by N. H. McQuar-
Presented  by   the  Okanagan  Flour  rie,) Mrs. Jno. Wise.
Presented by the Giant Powder Co.,
Consolidated, Victoria, B.C.: For the
best fat wether lamb on exhibition���
C. F. Higglnson & Son.
DIVISION D���SWINE.
Presented by the Ideal Fence company, of Winnipeg, Man.: For the
best exhibit of swine���Jos. Thompson.
Presented by the Fit-Reform Wardrobe Co., Vancouver: Fo rthe best
boar and two sows���1, H. Webb; 2,
Jos. Thompson
& Feed Co., Ltd.: For the best loaf
of home-made bread, made by any
lady non-professional���1, Mrs. J. Imlah; 2, Mrs. Lewis W. Henderson.
Presented by the Vancouver Milling
& Grain Co.: For the best loaf of
home-made bread, made by any lady
non-professional���1, Mrs. J. Injlah; 2,
Mrs. J. Grlmner.
Presented by the Lake of the Woods
Mlllng  Co.:   For the    best   loaf    of
Presented by enry Blrks & Sons:
To the lady winning the largest number of prizes under Division N.���1,
Mrs. C. B. McAllister; 2, Mrs. Jno.
Wise.
Presented   by   the   Giant    Powder home-made bread made by any ludy
DIVISION  O.���KNITTING.  SEWTNG.
Presented by Messrs. Weller Bros.,
Victoria:   For work  done by    ladies
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY. OCTOB
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publisn-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices.
The Daily News Block, corner of McKenzie and  Trew streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
PROTESTS  AGAINST
POLITICS   IN   PULPIT
TUESDAY,  OCTOBER   19,   1909.
A    PERMANENT   EXHIBIT.
We believe lt will be generally conceded thai the Dominion fisheries exhibit at the Royal Agricultural and
Industrial society's exhibition and
the handsome new  building in  which
New York, Oct. 18.���"As a Christian gentleman, a son of a Presbyter-
Ian doctor of Divinty, and a grandson of a Presbyterian doctor of
Divinity, I protest against bringing Natura|
dirty politics into the pulpit of this
or anj other church."
So  saying,  John   B.   A.   Mullally,  a
Tammany candidate for the Assembly,
rose tonight and walked out  of the
Manhattan     Congregational     Church,
from   the   pulpit   of   which   Otto   B.      victoria   B   C
Bannard,    Republican   candidate     ""', W(,r(,  received  by
Mayor,   and   John   Purrey     Mitchell, |_,_
Republican  candidate    for  President
of  the   Board  of  Aldermen,  had  just
delivered  campaign  addresses.
Cries of "shame, shame!"  followed
the  atcion  of  Mullally, and  for some
SIX HUNDRED DIE
IN FLOOD FROM LAKE
Reservoir   in   Crater   on    the
Island   of   Java   Bursts   Its
Bounds.
FRONT  STREET
Is the place to buy or sell new
second-hand goods of any kind.
have nearly
ER
3__TT_-"
and
We
DOZEN JELLY JARS
I which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
lad become filled with water.    When      We can't begin  to tell  you all  we
the  mountain  top  lake  was released j have, but no matter what you want,
,,,.,,      "ni iby the breaching of the crater's sides,  come here first.
Stimson.  pastor  of  the church   said L�� enormous quant)
briefly that he believe, his congrega- of    gand  ^   mu(J    do      ' ovt,,.
tion wished to be well   Informed  on all | wWtatag  the  kampongs  at  the  foot..
Rivers   overflowed,   and   the    railroad , SECOND
near Lumajang was swept away, the
damage to property being over a mil- j Columbia St.
lion    dollars.      Officials    totaled  the | .	
death list conservatively at six hun
Oct. IT.���Advices
the Empress of India, which arrived today, tbat l!UU natives were drowned at the beginning
of September ln East Java as a ri
suit of the bursting of a crater, which
affairs,   from   tbe   conduct
rightly   conceived   ideas  of
morality could not be divorced.
municipal
it was placed formed one of tlie most|0{   which
attractive features of last week's fix
ture.    The enlargement of tbe exhibit \ "
and the excellent  arrangement of the  SOCIALISTS  WIN  AN
various specimens of marine and river ELECTION   IN   BERLIN   dred, those buWed alive In the strick-
  en   villages    numbering     from   1.0   to
life  gave  to  this  a  much  greater  In- I    H(ll.|in     Dct     i8._.\���    astonishing  150.      The district is famine stricken
terest  than  it  has hitherto possessed.  Socialist   victory  was  tho result   of a  since,   owing   to  the   harvested  grain
and make it a real educational inter- by-election  for    the    reichstag today, being swept away,
est   to  adults  and   children  alike.    It   Coburg,  on   the  Social-Democrat   tick-!
. ,  ,    et, no  ed  6185  voles,  more than  dou-   - -
is to be hoped that the success whicl,   ^ ^ mimbfM. recelved by ������.  Rad.
attended the efforts Of the depart- j,..,] candidate, and nearly twice as
ment in putting up this exhibit many many as the National Liberal candi-
encourage them to extend and enlarge  dale.    The Socialist candidate in this
district never before polled more than
3000.      The    increase  is  ascribed   to
popular      dissatisfaction    over    n.-w
taxes.
Alex. Speck
HAND   STORE.
"Man on the Wheel."
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
such a really useful feature at future
exhibitions of the society. In fact it.
would be of distinct advantage to the
province of liritish Columbia, more
particularly from an educational point
of view, if a suggestion tbat has been
made by Mr. Alfred Hardman in regard to this, could be curried into effect.
This admirable proposal is that
when the board of control comes to
acknowledge   its   thanks
"Lo."
At the Opera House on Wednesday
evening the city wlll see what is probably   the   most   pretentious   and   highest'class attraction which  W. N. Carty   will   offer  this   season.      It   is  a
musical   comedy   entitled   "Lo,"   with
John  E.  Young, who    endeared  himself to the  theatre-goers of this city
to   the   Do-'iast year in the role of Happy Johnny
"The Time, the Place and
FREE SHOW
OF
��� First Prize Vegetables. ���
minion  government  for the provision  Hicks,  in
of  the Fisheries  building and  exhibit   tlu;G|r1-." _
"Lo is the combined efforts Of O.
it should invite that authority to en- Henry% tho most sought after and
large the feature to the extent of highly paid short-story writer In the
making it a permanent representative j world, and Franklin J. Adams who.
collection of natural history specimens as tnp epigrammatist and humorist of
In other
the  New York  Evening    Mail, is re-
pertaining to this province,    m o.._-r |garded as (he most brilliant and fun-
words  that   they  should  establish   at niest newspaper man in New York.
Queens  park  a   natural   history   mus-!    The music of "Lo" was written by
eum. in which all the known members  A. Baldwin Sloane, composer of
wild   ���"�� Gingerbread   Man,'
of
various   forms   'of
Fife
The
"Jack and the
Beanstalk," "The Mocking Bird,"
would be collected together and ar- ��Lady Teazel," and a dozen other of
ranged by a properly n,ualifio.l cura- the big successes of the past decade.
tor, the same being accessible to the  Mr. Sloane has written eighteen num-
���,,in     *'>,..��___��..*  tv,     -��.,.. bers for "Lo," so catchy, swingv and
pubic   throughout   the   year. i .  ,,      ., ,.,       ,   ...   ���  .        _���,���
1 itinklev that  although    Lo    is a new
There is not the slightest doubt that production, they are already being
such a museum would be widely ap- sung along the streets. Among these
predated,   and   that   it   would   be  of  are;   "Tammany   on   Parade,"   "Little
Old   Main   Streot,"  "Low   is  all-that
Matters."   "You   Can   Always   lie   My
inestimable value as a means of educating people, particularly the young,
to comprehend the part which wild
nature plays in the wonderful arrangement of the universe. Then too,
for scientific purposes it would be
exceedingly useful. At present there
is no means of gaining any satisfactory acqualntaince with t
fauna of British Columbi
who are desirous of doing this are at
a    considerable    disadvantage.      The
Sweetheart,
Ago."
"Yucatan,"   and  "Long
No  Duty on  Ashes.
Toronto,  Oct.  18.���When  Undertaker  Miles  today   went   to  get  an   urn
containing    the    ashes    of    Reginald
Sheppard,  which    had    been shipped
e flora and   from   Pittsburg,   the   customs   officers
and those '��� wanted to know what value he placed
on the package.      lie explained  what
it   was,  and   after  some  consultation
the ashes were admitted duty free,
nearest official means of reference of | Young Sheppard died six years ago
which  we are aware is the Smithson-   '"   Pittsburg,  and   bis   father   died   in
ian Institute, Philadelphia. But even
this, we believe, does not pretend to
possess a completely representative
-collection of the natural objects of
this portion of the North American
continent. There are also some two
OT three works published on the subject, but these, we have been Informed, are by no means adequate ln
their lists of the natural objects of
this country. As a slight instance of
the need of some means of trustworthy reference we may mention that recently quite an interesting dispute
took place between two amateur naturalists as to the number of diverse
specimens of the beautiful swallowtail butterfly which are to be found
in this corner of the province.
Now that civilization is making such
rapid strides In this part of the continent   there  i.s  a   danger  of  certain
Toronto  last  April.  Now  the remains
of the two are to be laid together.
Dies of Anthrax.
London, Oct. 18.���James Heyden, a
local tanner, died of anthrax, at St.
Joseph's hospital today after suffering
Intense agony. While handling a
Hide it struck him in the neck causing an abrasion. He thought nothing
Of it at the time, but next day bis
neck was swollen to twice its natural
size.
We were fortunate enough to
secure the first prize exhibit
of vegetables and aooles at the
fair.    CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
FRESH SALMON,
FRESH HALIBUT,
FRESH   HERRING,
Smoked Fish
Try some of these for breakfast:
FINNAN   HADDOCK,
KIPPERED   HERRING,
BLOATERS   (Yarmouth   cured)
CHICKENS
DRESSED  LOCAL  GRAIN-FED
EASTERN   SHELL    OYSTERS.
BANANAS,
GRAPES,
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
GOOD APPLES,
CHOICE    COOKING   APPLES.
To  have  your order for
Private Greeting
Christmas Cards
here on time you should place
your orders early.
Nothing so nice as "For the
Empire Series," characteristic
of Canada and British Columbia.
Come in and see the samples
at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
New goods coming every day.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME.
A Money-Saving Opportunity
is offered at
Lee's Emporium
WE  ARE   SHOWING   MANY   NEW   AND
TERNS   IN   BRUSSELS,   WILTON   AND
ALSO   LINOLEUM   AND   OILCLOTHS.
WE  ARE  OFFERING  THESE AT PRICES WHIC
TO   PLEASE   YOU. A
DISTINCTIVE
AXMINSTER    CARF
E E0UNI
Lee Leads in Linos.
CALL  AND  SEE  OUR  MAGNIFICENT STOCK.
I   F P'�� C  Furniture Emp
*-^   *""^   ������^1      ^^ Let's  Block, Columbia  <
NEW WESTMINSTER,
noriui
Columbia  Street
iSNAPS FOR FAIR
WEEK
Easy Term
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and __]
months.
This is good residential propertj
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.
McQuarrie & Col
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
I'ele
Z^TER
SEVEN MODERN HOUSES WITH
CTRIC LIGHT; CITY; GOOD
MS.
The cantata "Una," founded on the
"Faery Queen," will be produced
this evening at the Fairview Methodist church, by the choir of Queen's
Avenue church under the leadership
of T. R. Pearson, H. D. Mackness assisting at the organ. This canta'a
was produced In this city with great ,
success last winter by the same choir.'
| fraser River fish Co. \
��� TELEPHONE   580.
��� PROMPT DELIVERY.
:S. J). RICHMOND, Manager
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"GET   THE   HABIT"
Special Today
95-PIECE    GREEN   DECORATED
DINNER  SET,
$8.00
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street. thirty  acres with water.
We buy for cash and sell for the same : FRONTAGE    SUITABLE FOR SAW-
FRUIT AND CHICKEN FARM
NEAR  TRAM  AND  CITY
DAIRY AND PASTURE FARM,
MILE   FROM  CITY.
HOUSE AND LOTS, VICTORIA.
WATER FRONTAGE WITH RAILWAY   SIDING.
ACREAGE ON WESTMINSTER'S
NEW  TRAM   LINE.
FRUIT AND CHICKEN FARM
STOCKED WITH 1000 PRIZE CHICKENS AND  EQUIPMENTS.
WE SELL
The Sunshine Furnace.
WE DO
all kinds of Tinsmithing.
WE REPAIR HEATER!
AND
The first step toward the provincial
election In this constituency will
take place on Friday, when the Independent Labor party will meet to eon-
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
animals and  plants  being exterminat- ,   , . .     .
,rt   anH  it  c,���    . ..  , sider whether they shal   put  a candi
ed, and it sems to us that if for no da���. Int0 the nold-on this occasion
other reason than this some steps
should be taken to preserve specimens of wild life which exist. But
lt Is upon the broad basis of its greai
Utility as an educational Influence
that a natural history museum would
be   most   valuable.
We hope the suggestion set forth
may be favorably viewed by the board
of control, and that they will devote
their efforts to securing the co-operation of the government in the establishment of a permanent exhibition at
Queens park, even though this may at
first be only upon a limited scale. We
feel sure that the city council and
other local authorities would, if need
be, lend their assistance to so excellent  a  project.
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
TINSMITHING
ALL     WORK     GUARANTEED     BY
MERRITHEW I RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
TELEPHONE 586.
BATH BUNS BETRAY
ELOPING DEBTOR
He the south half of the southwest
quarter of Section 26, Township 16,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of tbe loss of certificate of title Number 1..17!lF. issued
in the name of Robert Fleming Seymour, has been  filed ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published in
the  City  of   New   Westminster,   issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, un-1 cantom   num
less in the meantime valid objection!    _ , ,     l,,un' OHia
be made to me in writing. L Pri,ce�� Siven ��" application for Flre.
C. S. KEITH, (Burglar proof and other safes;  vault
District Registrar of Titles.     id0ors;   l��cks, etc.
Land   Registry    Offlce,  New   West-j    Agent,  H.    J.    A.    BURNETT   Ac-
minster, B. C, October 11, 1909. jcountaint and auditor, P. 0    Box 691
MILLS.
BUILDING  LOTS, VANCOUVER.
APPLY
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster.
WE SELL THE KOOTENAI
RANGE.
KIRK'S HARDWARE,Neww..,r
DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR 8HOOTING DUCKS AND DEER, ETCJ
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., Limit*
r
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor .imi Accountant
AUDITS    MADE,    BOOKS    OF    ACCOUNTS    OPENED ON  APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT FOR THE HALL SAFE CO.
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. O. BOX 795.
iPRING
LAMB,    CHOIC-
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
MEAT
Central Meat Ma*
Omnw Eighth BL sna   nfti Af��>4
PHONE no.
���OWELL * ODDr. proorntors
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
London, Oct.    18.���Violet    Charles-
worth, a beautiful young woman, who
ran  up immense debts and then disappeared  after an  automobile  wreck
on the cliff over the sea in Wales last
January, today admitted in the bankruptcy court that her failure was due
to extravagance and speculation. Her
spectacular attempt to elude her creditors at  t.e time of the automobile
accident    attracted    much    attention.
She was caught because of her liking j
for bath    buns    which    revealed  her
identity.
TRADE   WITH   LS  A M r_   SAVE   MONEY
BUTTER.
We have some first-class Country Butter in 14-lb
boxes, per pound	
30c
EGGS.
Three dozen Extra Select E_gs,
$1.00
C. A. WELSH,  The People's Grocer.^_onesl93a^^
373
��� _. uesday.
OCTOBER 19, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
fr Dry Goods liouse
Duckling Fleece
for kimonas, in shades of pink and
white, blue and white, red and
white; beautiful soft finish and
washable, 32 inches wide.   Price
per yard,
22c
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
When Print Blurs
Irritable temper and general discomfort too often results This deplorable condition can be overcome, by
baring your eyes properly examined, and suitable glasses pn tided to counteract the eye strain. We guaran-
���vi,itable  vision. Consultation free.
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
Dominion  Trust   Bldg.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, B. 0.
What   Grade   of   Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you���and guarantee them, too.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION  TRUST   BLOCK
TENDERS
Will be received up to noon on Sat-
urday, October 23rd. for the excavating fpf a portion of Lot 24 In city
Bloctc 13, on Clarkson street, and the
construction of a concrete retaining
wall in rear of same. Plans nnd ipee-
Iflcatlons may be seen at the office of
the undersigned.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
MAL1NS, COULTHAHD & CO. Ltd.
(______!
OPERA HOUSE
Wednesday, Oct. 20.
YOUR MONEY
BACK
Any ��me during the perform-
ance ��'' ^ter it, U- you're not
satisfied
t   1 T*   Tlie ortPlnil1
John t.     ' 9
in "The Time,
wj tlie Place
Young  ��_���,_,
In the Big Musical Comedy
Hook and Lyrics by
O. Henry and _  P-
Adams. Music by A.
Baldwin Sloane.
"10"
OO Amazingly Pretty
Young Girls and
Laughs
Same Prices as at Seattle, 50c to $1.50.
SPORTING NEWS
This is the House ol Quality
Phone 176.
JMK TOURNAMENT
MR THANKSGIVING DAV
Juver
Lacrosse Teams of City May
>'  For Silver Watches on  Mon-
������ iy   of   Coming   Week.
������ Bilver  watches  recently
���   Richard    Burde, formerly
paid now editor and own-
Alberni   Pioneer  News,  for
tltion    among    the    Junior    la-
cross*     i   v..  of  this  city,   have  ar-
are now on exhibition at
Glffoi elry store.
ll  Is      ,bable that an attempt  will
'"' l:- - arrange a junior lacrosse
""in. i    uext    Monday, as a
Thanki Day     attraction     at
Queen    ,        to decide to whom the
I""' go      Mr. Burde left the
ai iv...   ���       ol the terms on whieh
nil be awarded to Captain   i oi     li   Qifford  of   the   Salmon
Bellh 3ecretary  Ryall of    the
Laci o ib,   and   it   is   understood
that tl limit the teams compet
ing  to mder    sixteen  years of
age.
As the time is short until next
Monday II hooves the juvenile lacrosse players who intend to lay
hands on i i of those watches lo get
out rlghl no�� ;md practice.
Mr. Burde donated the watcnes
wiih a view in encouraging the game
among the youth of this city. He
regards thi lacrosse team as one of
the greatest institutions of this city,
and wishes to see the tradition of
keeping the players to New Westmin-'
ster boys, maintained. To this end
he wants to encourage the game
among the younger element, who
must be relied upon for material for
the team  in future  years.
BOWLING
The  Royal City  Mills beat  the A
'"  tans by 161 pins lasi evening  Tin
Ca penters    challengi ,i    the winne
foi  Friday.     Toni_hi  Vancouver will
send a   team   here,
'are the scores:
ROYAL CITY
I.
Pierce 150
Purdy . . 130
Balllie ..121
Smith 161
Campbell ig2
w_jWa_-~.-_l3.*
..II.mmiwkKIJ,
tMWfllK V) CARPETS. ��LU.DTH_ UMUUr,
Accompanying
MILLS.
ill
125
181
162
137
144
135
139
125
99
Tot.
435
390
445
448
418
PRICES   THE   LOWEST.
VALUES THE  BEST.
BUSINESS  KEPT ON  PRINCIPLE.
ONE   PRICE TO ALL.
WE    ARE    PLEASED    TO    SHOW
YOU  OUR   STOCK, THE  FINEST  IN
THE  CITY.
Total...
'IS
r4<i   642   2136
W. E. FAI ES J-IMIJ *g Street
The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Undertaker
ALI
ERTi
\NS
1.
'J.
.,
Tot.
Burden	
. .145
162
138
435
A.   - .   Hale   . .   .
. ,133
161
146
4411
Best	
.. H4
131
123
348
A.  K. Hale.   ..
. .212
167
154
533
Carver   	
. .17b
192
17li
541
Total..   .
. .7.-,!
so:;
74b
2'2'.i~.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(In. irporated 1S69)
Capital  Paid up ��� 4,700,000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
Stanford Freshmen Win.
Berkeley, Cai., Oct. 18.���Fighting a
battle royal against a team tbelr
equal In weight and skill, the Stanford freshmen reversed the history of |
the last four years, winning the freshman intercollegiate game from California Saturday afternoon by tbe
-p-ore of :, to 11 in aii extremely close
Rugby match. Only hard fighting
and invincible defence at critical moments prevented a tie score. At five
different times the California forwards carried the ball within a yard
of the Stanford goal, only to lose It
and have the fast cardinal bucks relieve by long kicks to touch.
In  and  out of  town  accounts  soli
cited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
PRIZES   ARRIVE.
Lockets   Offered   by   Exhibition
agement Are   Here.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New
Westminster,  B.
F-  SHUTE.
C.  Branch,
Manager.
and all persons claiming any interest
In the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered tinder tbe Provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-live
days from the date ot the service of
this notice upon you, and in default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed within such period,
or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you wilt
be forever estopped and debarred
lrom setting up any claim to or ia
respect of the said land, and I shall
register Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for
1 thirty days In a dally newspaper published in New Westminster and a
weekly newspaper published at. Chilliwack will be good and sufficient ser-
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Man-
RUGGER  PLAYERS WHO
1 WILL GO TO SOUTH
Take notice that an application bas
been made to register Thomas Knight
Jr., as tlie owner in fee simple, under
a  tax   sale   deed  from    Inspector   of
! Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing
The lockets put up by  the manage- date the  nth day of September, A.D.,
ment of the R. A. ��� I. Society for the 11907, of all and singular that certain
lacrosse   game between    the" Vancou- :parcel or tract of land and premises
ver  and     New-    Westminster    senior I situate,   tying  ami   being  in   the   Dis-
vice   thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 13th dav of October, A.  D.   1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Jane  Wilkinson.
  amateurs have    arrived    in the city.
Following are the players from the The local team has put in a claim for
Vancouver   Rugby   teams   who   will them on  the ground    that the game
leave  for  the  South  on  Thursday  to  goe8 to them by default, the Vancou-]Lot 9,  Block
compete with  the Californian  aggre- ver team having refused to play be- Group 2'.
gations:       Pickles   l Wanderers 1.   Mc- cause the  referee selected by the agrl-;    You and those
Kay   (Rowing  Club),  Baker   (Wander- cultural  society  was not agreeable to
ers).    McMillan    (Argos),  Ellis  (Ar- them.
The  lockets  are   handsome  affairs. (
They  are  of  solid   gold  and  will be j
engraved with the names of the individual players to whom they are donated.
rrict   of    New    Westminster,  in  the
Province  of    British Columbia,  more
particularly  known   and  described  as
10, of part of Lot 29A.
gos), Terise (Wanderers), Byrne
(Rowing Club), Blackmore (Rowing
Club). Hyiand (Crusaders), Chaftey
-1 Rowing Club), Shearer (Argos), B.
Gale (Rowing Club), R. Gale (Rowing
Club). S. Jewilt 1 Wanderers), Moffatt
I Wanderers 1, McLelland 1 Crusaders),
Smith (Argos).
claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest In the said land by virtue of any unregistered    instrument,
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
Job Printing
OO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT  ST., WINDSOR   BLOCK.
To Wind  Up  Affairs.
The executive    or    the New West-
 " minster  Lacrosse Club  will  meet to-
Detroit   Excels  in  Battinn. morrow   evening  for  the  purpose  of
Detroit. Oct. 18.���According to tin-'winding up tbe affairs of the organl-
officlal averages of the world's chain- -/.ation. for tbe past season. All those
pionship series, the defeated Detroit having accounts against the club are
leam otithatted Pittsburg, but the Na- requested to get them in at once. The
tional leaguers excelled in fielding. |matter of the challenge for a series
The new world's champions fielded Iof games in Vancouver for the JB600
.958, while Detroit averaged .949. 'purse, offered by the Vancouver La-
Hans Wagner did the hardest  hitting  crosse  Club,  will  also  be  considered.
:if the series, getting nine hits out of
24 times at bat, for au average ol
.375. Those who bot that Wagner
would outbat Cobb win by a large
margin, as the leading hitter of the
American  league bad only .231.
Present indications are that the
osition  will be turned down.
prop-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
BILLY   PAPKE   WANTS   TO
FIGHT   KETCHEL   AGAIN
Football Note.
The Rovers' senior team will meet
a picked team on Saturday afternoon
at Moody square. There will be a
club meeting this week to arrange a
number of matters
for settlement
which have arisen
LORD'S SUPPER FOR
25,000 IN BAIL PARK
San Francisco, Oct. 18.���A telegram
from Billy Papke received today, offering to fight Ketchel on a winner-
take-all basis and an unlimited side
bet, is the most interesting aftermath
of Ihe Johnson-Ketcbel fight of last
Saturday. The Illinois middleweight
declared in his telegram to a local
sporting editor that Ills one id��i is
to get another fight with his old
rival, whom he has already faced four
times.
Hundred   Elders   and   Thousand
cons Engaged in Passing Bread
and Serving  Wine.
Dea-
wlien
sac-
Pittsburg, Oct. 18.���The greatest
religious gathering ever held in this
citv .and perhaps in the country occurred -At the National League park
Forbes field, here yesterday
25 000 persons assembled at tb
lament of the Lords Supper, the
event being the principal feature ot
the day's session of the convention
of the disciples of Christ of the I Mi-
tian church.
About one hundred elders and one
thousand deacons ot tbe church Hit-
elated ln passing    bread    and
while a choir of five hundred
led the music.
Four big gatherings at the
convention hat's last night elosedthe
day's program.      One of  tlu
pai sermons was preached by
M. Martin, of Seattle.
Abolish Hammer Throw.
Richmond, Ind., Oct. 18.���What. Ls
considered a forward step in athletics
bas been taken by the Indiana High
School Athletic association. This, is
the decision to abolish the hammer
throw on the ground that it ts dangerous. Tbe action comes as the result of numerous accidents connected
with this event, at least one of which
in this state has proved fatal. There
is also a sentiment ln favor of tbol-
isbing the mile run.
Manuracturers and Dealers irtlAV Kina" ot
L_mber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F .RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
wine,
voices
,-ai'ious
princi-
Rev. S.
Police Chief Dismissed.
St. Petersburg. Oct.  18.���The
chief
of the secret police has been dismissed from his post and an inquiry Has
ibeen opened Into his conduct In con-
I nection with the discovery of a store
,of bombs here.
Several agents of the secret police
with  complicity  in  t,,e
are   charged
affair.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wfflce 'Phone IBS.     Barn "Pkone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
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.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
I can insure your valuable horses and
cattle against death from every cause in
a reliable Canadian company^at reasonable rates.
This kind of insurance is as necessary
as fire insurance.
Enquire for particulars.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE^MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY. OCTOBER U
190.
More Prizewinners
at the Exhibition
: dozen   plates���l.  Miss   B.
Miss  E
):. .���    ��� namental  piece���2
(Con'inucTl from Pagft Three.)
over sixty years of age���Mrs. G. Glover.
Boys and Girls.
Presented by Messrs. T. A. Sbarpe.
and R, W. ilodson: For the best
mounted collection of not less than
lt, varieties of weeds, collected, mounted and named, by a boy or girl under
lii years of age���1, Rosabara Shiin-
ique;  2. Enid Coulter;  2, Vera Kenny
Cowper.
1; decorative panel, original design, done on wood by pyrograpby���
']  j,  \. Caldwell; 2, Mrs. Williama.
I, . piece Of metal repousse���1.
Geo. Caydzien.
i; :. ce   of   wood   carving���1,   S.
\ : . .1. A. Caldwell.
j,. si piece of stenciled work���2,
Mrs. Williams.
collection Of decorated china���
a  E. Cowper.
DIVISION  P.
Presented to  the girl  winning  largest number of prizes under  Division
P.���1, Laura Alexander:!',:  Vera Kenny;   2, Hazel  Kenny.
DIVISION  R.
Presented   to   the     child     winning
largest   number   Of   prizes   under   lb-
vision    R.���1.    .Mary    Keary;    2,    May
larclay;  3,  Brownie Peebles.
-A UTS.
f animals 1���l
DIVISION  K
Life     studies���Oil,
Mrs.  W.  P.  McNeill.
Group, Inanimate objects, or flowers
from lit.}���l. Emma Knott.
Water  Colors.
Landscape I named Canadian subject |���2,  Emma Knott.
Group of inanimate objects or flowers from life��� 1, .Margaret il. Roberts.
.Miniature patting���t, Anna Macey;
2, ditto.
Collection  of  portraits
Studio,   Vancouver.
SYNOPSIS   OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway belt iu British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is tlie solo bead of a family
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of on��-quarter section of
1G(J acres, more or less.
Entry must bo made personally at
th_ local land office for the district
in which the land is situate. hJntry
by pioxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform tlie conditions connected therewith under one of the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each  year for three years.
(21 If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides ui>on a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with tbe tather
or mother.
(-) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him ln the vicinity of his home-
|stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of $1 per
acre. Not more than 25G0 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate or
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
PAINTING  AND  DRAWING.
I Amateur.)
Portrait from life���l\ Florence M.
Bailey.
Studies, animals from lift���2, Florence M. Bailey.
Landscape from nai ure���i. ]���;. M.
Burwash;   2,  Florence M.  Bailey.
Marine, subject rrom mil ure���1,
Florence M. Bailey; 2. E. M. Burwash.
Flint   or   flowers   from   nature���1.
Florence M. Bailey; 2, Mrs. Kaye.
Water  Colors.���Original.
Portrait from life���1, Florence M.
Bailey.
Studies of animals fro life���1, Florence M. Bailey;  2, Miss. F. Huntable.
Landscape for nature���1, Geo. Gaynor:   2,  Florence  M.  Bailey.
Marine, subject from nature���1,
Miss Margaret Roberts; 2, Miss G.
Woodward.
Fruit or flowers from nature���1,
Miss G. Woodward; 2, Miss F. Hunt-
able.
Drawing.
Study of a head from life���1, J. C
Gray.
1    Study of a group of trees, from nature���2,  Miss G.  Woodward.
Study of shipping, from nature���2
O. B. Anderson.
Pen and ink drawing of any of the
above subjects���2, Florence M. Bailey
Studies of flowers or plants from
nature���1, Miss G. Woodward; 2.
Alex Gray.
Best original design for stenciling���
Mrs.   Williams.
Photographs���Amateurs.
Best    collection     British     Columbia
views���1, M. Phangton;  2, J. Calvert.
Craftwork.
Best half-dozen cups and saucers���
2, .Miss E. Cowper.
DIVISION   H.���FIELD  PRODUCE.
Wheat, autumn, red���1, J. L. Porte.
Wheal    autumn,    whin���l,   j.    u
Porte; -'. G. Simpson.
Wheat, spring���1, J. L. Porte; _, A.
11. Me S  Son.
eat, macaroni���1. J. L. Porte.
Barley, Chevalier���I, Chas. Coozier;
2, J. L. Porte.
Barley, rough���1. S. Morley.
Barley, new  variety���1, S.  Morley;
2. Susan  Walker.
Oats,  "hit.���1,  S.   Morley;   2,  J.  L.
Porte.
Oats,     black���1.     S.     Morley;   2,  G.
Simpson.
Oats, new   variety���1,  S.  Morley;   2.
G,  Simpson.
Peas,  white, large���1, G.  Matheson.
Peas, small. 1. A.  II. Men/.les _ Soil.
Peas, blue���l. G.  Matheson;   2. Susan   Walker.
Hy.���1. .!.   L.  Porte.
Tares���1.  Horatio  Webb.
Turnip".   Swede,   tor   cattlt���1,   Susan  Walker;   2. .1. A. Skinner.
Turnips,    yellow,    for    cattle���1, G. I
Simpson;   2,  W.   F.  Hayhurst.
Mangold  Wurtzels, Globe���i,  E,  M.
Wllshare;   2.   Susan   Walker.
Mangold   Wurtzels.   long   red���1,   S.
Arizona'Morley;    . Susan Walker.
Squash, largest���1, Susan Walker.
Sugar beet���1.  S.  Morley;   2, Susan
Walker.
Carrots, long white���1, J. A. Coath-1
am,
Carrots,   yellow���1,  J.   A.   Skinner;
2, J,  A. Skinner.
Carrots, red���.1. A. Skinner; 2, J. A.
Skinner.
Cabbage, for cattle���1, J. A. Skinner.,
Kohl  Rabi���1, W. T. Hayhurst.
Bale of hay, Timothy���1, S. Morley; ;
2, R. Kittson.
Bale of hay, mixed���1. R. Kittson;
2, S.  Morley.
Best 100 lbs. of Corn for ensilage���
1, N. Dal1 in;   2, A. G.  Marshall.
Best display of roots for cattle���1,
Susan Walker.
Timothy seed���1. S. Morley.
Scotch  Whisky
A Genuine Highland Whisky.
There are hundreds o_ brands of so-called
"Scotch Whisky."
Many of these are not genuine.
For your health'9 sake, confine your choice
to standard brands ; use a whisky of rtcognizi j
merit.
Watson s Whisky is one nf these ; distilled
in the Highlands of Scotland���the district
acknowledged to be the best in the world for
whisky distilling.
We age our Whisky in Sherry wood, and,
after careful blending, it is bottled in our warehouse and sealed with an adhesive capsule
bearing our name.
Every such bottle carries with it our unqualified guarantee of purity and quality.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR"���A mild. thoroughly m.tur.J Scotch.
"NO. 10"���A full-bo-ie-, richly flivor.. Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited ��� Dundee.
Ai
Hotel Butler Ann.)
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street j
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   pir day  up.
Room  and   board  $2.50 por day up.
P-oom  with   bath  $2.50 per day up, I
Room with bath and board $4 per dal
DIVISION   F.���DAIRY   PRODUCE.
Creamery butter, In prints���1, Comox;  2, Abbotsford;  3, Cowichan.
Dairy butter, in prints���1. Mrs. R.
E. Kittson; 2, Mrs. J. D. Paris; 3,
Susan  Walker.
Dairy butter, in tub���1. C. H. Davis; 2, Mrs. R. Reynolds; '.',, Sprott &
Shaw.
Two cheese (factory) ���1, Frank
Moulton.
Two cheese (borne made)���1, Geo.
Bellrose.
Best lu pounds of butter made by
dairymaid under 16 years of age���
1, Miss Mary  Paris:   2. F. Laing. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������0*��*��H
Best   I  pounds of butter made by &   *
All -nitside rooms, with hot and co
water  st^am heat, long distance tell
phone. 'Bus meets all trains andboal
CARLETON  GILBERT, Mgr.
person  keeping a  cow���1,  Mrs.  A.  A.
Stewart:   2. Robt.  Wilson.
Best display of creamery butter���1,
Comox Cream  Assoc;  2, Abbotsford.
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HONEY. ! ���
Honey,   extracted���1,   S.   Morley;   2, j ���
���\. 11. Menzles & Son; 3, J. W. Austin. |J
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You   Can   Make   No   Mistake
If you fill your numerous wants for Stationery, Books, Bibles.
Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign News Papers, and in fact anything usually carried in a first-class  Stationery   Store.
We buy diract from the manufacturers for spot cash, no middleman's profit to be added and therefore we can show you son-e
money-saving   prices.
Tha new English Church Hymn Books are now in stock. DJ
you   require   one?
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers   ���
���
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO. ���
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For Men Rich and Right in Style, Quality and Price.
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5*X3MHE3B- _^3HBS__S_2_3BE_ ���rrr_^77T^3_r,/__l__iW_qSia_l_l_a_i
NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY IN OUR GENTS' FURNISHINGS DEPARTMENT. IN BUYING THESE, WHILE SECURING AS MUCH VALUE TO THE DOLLAR A- POSSIBLE FOR OUR CUSTOMERS, WE ENDEAVOR TO GET THAT TOUCH OF ELE
GANCE AND DISTINCTION WHICH MEANS SO /IUCH TO THE WELL-DRESSED MAN. WHEN YOU ARE DESIROUS OF OBTAINING THE FULLEST VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY IN ANY OF THESE "ACCESSORIES TO GENTLEMEN'S RAIMENT," YOU WOULD
DO  WELL  TO  EXAMINE  OUR  STOCK  WHICH  WILL  BEAR  CRITICISM   FROM  THE   MOST  FASTIDIOUS   PERSONS.
P.
HO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
We have the new and r.obby blocks in MEN'S HATS. The
smart, neat shapes in stiff hats for young men in Black, Brown
and   Maple,  at    $3.00
The  new, small  shapes   in   soft   hats  with   adjustable   brim   in
a variety of New  Fall  Colorings,  at    $2.00
_Fr-'F_: tc^_ ��� / ��� t? Kttzv.!.'&MSBiMB2n2snusBnm 1
Our line of men's fine Negligee Shirts with or without collars
at $1.00, $1.25, $1.75 and upwards cannot be beaten for styles
or  value.
Choice selection of 'TAILORED" fancy vests, just to hand,
down-to-date  in  cut  and   style $3.00 to $7.50
We keep our stock of Neckwear, Gloves. Socks. Collars and
Handkerchiefs filled with the newest and best of fashion's demands.
Beef, Mutton,  Veal,
Pork and Poultry
.; :_2_-_i :__r_n__r
������������
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
of the best quality
To  Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street. 04.1 Time
1909.
THE DAIU   NEWS
Tables
i\\CI.
SEVEN.
R yvestn-irste
B. C- ��'
Week Da)
���
I'a
��� at
Branch.
acreCJ.o.
,   ,1   \> ��� st,
i and 8:00
Sapperti n,   Praser  Mills  aad   I
l.im.
1:00 ji.in.���Vancouver, Central P
an i  V: a-  ���   Arm.
1:30 p.m���East Burnaby, ' y ���
-: 30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by coun ���
_i:30 p.m     ilaine and    _������
eluding ::li  r   S.  points.
'������: i"   p m.   Second   Mall   i a
losed   mai!  1m.hi   Sumas,  and   Si ���
neliidn-   V.   S    A.   matter,   and
Mills.
CANADIAN PACIFIC SIEW MRS. IUARD
reafter Prase,
���   and ei
	
anal !'������ . ,. for Va"-ir,
Oi                            7;20 and j Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
couver *'J ;,,,,,
hour there
,    i    ���
Sjnday Schedule.
or New West-
ier
;������������'������
X.V.W-
a.m., anil
eafter   until
flu      ���' '
,, .  ball hou
'  ll.* , n,
.. ,v ���, v for Van
fr vl every ball
|  ..     . l0P-m' ****
���i p.m.
BJ McQuarrie. Local  Manager,  New
West""'nster-
Gr,at Northern  Railway.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEAITLE
ROUTE.
S.S.   Princess   Victoria  leaves   Van-
louver ll p.m , going direct i<> Bi i
le daily excapt   Wednesday,
S.S,   Charmer   leaves   Vancouver   I
in . daily for Victoria,
SS, Princess Charlotte leave* Van
ouver, in a.m. dally, except Frldaj
or Victoria
RAILWAY CO.
giving Day,
October __5.
CLASS     FARE     AND     ONE
OR THE ROUND TRIP.
22, 2 I,  24
up to and In-
FOR IDOL'S EYE
'���Theft of Sacred Jewel Was
Back of Recent English
Tragi dy.
li ! apply to
HU. GOULET, '
C  P. Ft. Agent.
I.   :
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(V, 4:32 p.i
ar.
3:35
3:5;
v tf, 12:10 am    u
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I
KSattle 12''
ar.
11 I
m.; ar
Seattle
Seattle
Seattle B.4U
Seattle 7:16
N. W.  2:55
N. W.
. N.W.
N.W.
9:30
6:20
6:25
S.S. Trader win leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday,
Leaves New Westminster on Wed
nesday,
G. N. Ft.���Port Gulchon.
Ua New Westminster on Tues-
ijjtW am. returns at 5 p.m. to
L Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., ar-
lifrs-city Friday S:45 a.m. Leaves
|l__r_: yii' P-m., arrives In city
Ij,:::;: a: S am.
1 leaves Port Oul hon at 1 p.m. on
Ite, 6:30 ani. on Friday, and
Hii_. Saturday. Arrives at Port
��____{p.m., Thursday and Friday.
1 frit! Gulchon 6 a.m. each wees
.-;-.-���- 8:50 .a in.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m
Ik;: Jaday: ar. Gulchon
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
>?ach   month   tor   Quatsino  and    way
porta;   twentieth  of  each
Ahcuset, Quawlno,  Cape
way ports.
Vou wl .:, i n to y0ur advantage
'��� arr" booking at this offlce,
'-   ' '-'"-r : tend to travel or send-
1 mis.
From Montreal and Quebec,
Empress  of   Ireland    October  22
Empress of  Britain  ....   November 5
Empress  of
For othei
ply to
month   for
Scot i  and
Ireland   .... November  19
���i and particulars ap-
E. GOULET,
C. P. H. Agent.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leav.   Vancouver  2  p.m.  dally,  ex
cept   Sunday,
a.m.
Leaves  Nanaimo  at  7
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princes* Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une -5 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une IU and July 2.
dally   ex-
at  7   nm.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves sancouver���
une 13 and July 3.
S.S. TRANSFER
Th,. steamer Transrer will leate
Brackman-Kei wharf every week day
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner Westham Island and way ports, returning
tn New Westminster on following
day. Saturday, returning same evening.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston a. i
business   warrants.
This schedule _ubject to change
without notice.
Mail Service
B.C.   COAST   MAIL  SERVICE.
SS.   Queen   City   leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, aud every two weeks
thereafter.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to ROBERT .IARIiTNK.
Manager.
Ko*ing are lhe hours of despatch
plirrivalol mails at the New West-
USer post office, .lie hour given In
It.: eicg the hour of closing,
litel is ial! an hour, as a rule, b_-
mike actual despatch. All mails,
|l_ ::.-:���*!-, !i i] are d-espatOJl-
: -.. I lallj  except Bunday.
l"'-: I itched    iiud    re
I. ���    . <;.  N. It. South
|X Is, not including
J i-i '��� Sapperton,    Fraser
I---- im.
I ���      Mails Despatched.
; at eleven o'clocK
�� ancouver
U.I
��� 1
j j..
ind Victoria < ������'
. rallv ay.
iking all points
*;��� and disirlct.
ord   and   dis-
f strict, Hunting-
J_[ ��� aq ii are des-
I'- .. ouver
. ; i     Seattle,     in
I east and Boutn;
_* a p.i..,  anl lla_
P.:
Thursdays, and
from
Ha-
��� receivsd
I Pralrli
I' which arrive on
I. on  Tuesdays
��� ' ��� iys.
��� i iver, Victoria and
|v C   Electric Rail-
;;
nm, 'llm-
e tmlnster,  by
U
li" Berry
J.
I1:' l Friday).
naby, by courier.
j courier.
��� "inns ciose at
Ladner,  Fort
i, Island and  Bun-
(Sunday; Woodward.
| ;   Sai unlay,  via
Lm ! '                - Bton mall dea.
1 . a Vancouver.)
It';. ana    Piper
1 :- north.
I . ' "-                Nicomekl.   .-Il'l
Ilka um on Tneeday,
tea. It '' ��� ' Saturday; Tyn*.
corit..", ' Friday; Bon Ac-
Yl[ wv.
lak. vi' ,. X ' ' ''������'���:��� iuipI Burnaby
tnlav " ;i""' Hailway. Sat-
;\|CU|.,;' Is despatch-cd to
Bhi.    ,l ( ':   '"ver at  this hour.
|ll.,'i'n'1 ''���'''- including all U.
'CV ��aSt ;!!,,i "'uth' via G' N- R'
.;���;-S��Mn_ c. P. R��� east, Vn.-
���,,,. This mail takes the toi-
JortMoodv r. ""s; narnet and
BOM  Pnrt _ '   "��� l0WB' PortHam-
*ark i , ��� . Mission,    Chllll-
^ulYY'Y S',rln^' Aeasslz
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
From   Now   Westminster
Monday,
Wednesday  and  Friday at   _
B in
From Chilliwack Tuesday,
Thursday
unl Saturday at 7 a.m.
For   reservations   anl   information
call or address
ED.  QODLET,
Agent. NVw Westminster
C.   B. FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen.  Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J.  W. TROl P.
General Superintend mt  victoria.
WHEN  GOING EAST
\Slv THK TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trams iv.eiy Day in the Year]
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and the MAI.I-   '    s. O'Rowke
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NKW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA, Jvia Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
. ,.   Amerl-
maj ,.    p��� ,.   the
yeai   ol  the
v,-;' p i i. lard in the
v mi     i"
Kent> "-- l tin .vn   suicide "i
""' '��� It 1    bi lieved thai  ru-
lilntin :   ai   the  gi neral's  guilt
���   ponslble  for bis act.
is as much a mysti i j a
i sti aoai .iin.it j   Btorj
'-;,s " ached  Loi : m  i   an English
the Fai   Ea I  ��
oi   ol  the affair.
Ui*- Luard's i was found strip
ped ol  Its vai ial i      which Included, '
:���' cording   to  I Udal   account,    a
"��� I purse, two ordinary rings, and "an
��� iue ph..m<,n,i rh     Bald to be ovei
i   i yeai    old   .    h pp verj  large dla-
n I in i ie centre and em Ircled with
other diamonds." N'o traci ol this
Btoien propei tj could be foui .1 in all
England. But now comes the Btorj
that In a Chinese temple an Idol
which for man; years has I" -a shorl ,
oi mi eye, is now once moi e perfect,  i
Idol's  Eye   Returned.
General Luard on ins wedding day
p ented to bis bride an antique ring
In which was set the precious stone |
that had been carried off long ago
from a Buddhist temple. All through
lni happy married life, Mrs, Luard
wore that ring. Through all these
years death was ever near her, if the
���tory be true that the worshippers of
the despoiled god were sworn to restore the jewel to their divinity, cost j
what ii might.
On the fatal day, a  band stretched
out from nowhere was upon Mrs, Luard and she died, it  may bv because
lof the violation long years ago of a
Buddhist temple, the name "i which
she did not know, hidden away in a
corner   ot   China   of   Which   she   bad
j never heard.   Wiih something of Oriental   magic   the   murdered   vanished.
p Through   the   cordons   of   police     he
I slipped,  carrying  the  relic   which  for
[decades men  of liis race  had sought
iand  the acquisition  of  which  would
make him a hero or saint  among his
people.
When this mark is on
the outside <>i a paint"
can, be sure that what's
inside is the paint it
will pay yon best to put
inside or outside oi any
building. It's youl
warranty of real paint value���because it means
paint permanence.    Trust it���you're surely safe.
IN      TINS      FROM      TINT      TO      (j A 1.1. ON
Miuic   in   40  shades  for   every   panu u.*��-
by  lm_n-rt.il  Varnish  <S  < .��>!���>.  Co.. Toroulu
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ANDERSON & LUSBY
AGENTS   NEW   WESTMINSTER   AND   DISTRICT.
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Electric Railway Service:
Interurban  Line.
I'.ui   for  Vancouvi r   and way
stations   will   run  every hair
hour   from   5:60   a.  m. Last
car leavea at 11  p, in.
Last  car leaves  Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave tlle depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
oSiee on the hour, twenty mln
u:.v after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half pasl and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a, in.
Sunday service half-hourly between S:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
|   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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NOTIC_ RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Russell   Hotel.
Angus   McLean.  Toronto.
.1.  Mclnnis. Toronto.
B.  L.  Waddell,  Vancouver.
II. J.  Mai-kitinon. Vancouver.
II.  W.  Taylor,  Vancouver.
F.   Mclntyre.   Vancouver.
HUSBAND'S   GHOST
WARNED   HER   OF   DEATH
GEO.   W.   VA'-X.
Trains  Every
BETW
Day
SEN
Assistant Uen'l Paseenj
Agent, 136 Adams St.
;_r and Ticket
Chicago. III.
Pittsburg. I'a.. Oct. L8.���The shock
of a drawn proved fatal to Mrs. Martin ii'Koiirke. and tomorrow she and
ber husband will be buried at the
same time.
Three weeks ago a baby was born
to Mr. and Mrs. (TRourke, The bus-
band was on his w-;iy to their home
with medicine, when the ear ia which
he was riding turned turtle and he
was killed. The news was kept from
ind shi was removed
to the Presbyterian hospital.
Yesterday the patlenl ( .awoke.
screaming with fright. She' t<_d the
nurse she dreamed ber husband lipid
met witli a violent death, and had ("-
iv,,I her room, beckoning to her.
Mrs O'Rb-rite became hysterical, and
bi ni to v out for her husband. She
and died ten hours af
terwards.
.1.
A.
E.
C.
Salmon
Mrs.  Yales,  Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1'elly, Chilliwack.
.). l,. Porte, Strathcona,
A. G. Harrison, Edmonton.
T. Ross, Toronto.
U.   E.  Austin,  Vancouvei-.
II.  W.  fraser,  Vancouver.
W.  Woodside.  Vancouver.
J,   McGlllivray,  Vancouver.
A. Andre, Chicago,
il. ll. Blood, Boston.
QeO.   E,   Toule,  Seattle
S.   II.   Lawrence   and   wlfl
A-Tlll.
.1. s. Matthews. Vancouver.
C.   w.   Beach,  Beattle,
Alex.  Wallace.  Vancouver,
T. .ia<k. Toronto.
F.   Ranhlre,  Toronto.
T. W. A. Flanagan. Vancouver.
P,  B.  Hallett,  Vancouver.
E.   N'ewbold.  Vancouver.
Geo   B, Coombe, Vancouver.
.1.  C.  Burt,  Vancouver.
W. C   Casey, St, .lohn. N. B.
W. F. Bell, Vancouver.
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and tbe public generally aro
cautioned' agalnat hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do ao after
this notice must take all thg risks oa
tin .nselves,
By order. W. A. DUNUAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, Now
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certl.
flcate of title number 17!i7a. Issued In
the name of William Oleson, has been
filed in this ofllca.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New West minster. Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to tne in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles-
Land   Registry   (Mllce.    New   West-
nlnster, B. c, August 2, 1909.
LmND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN til-' FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.;
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY, It is lighted wiih both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly Illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consi-ts of private fumpart-
ment cars, standard if> section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair c-irs (scats free), modem day
(-(.aches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For   Time   Tables.   Folders,  or   nny
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, S��%ttle. Wash.
"The Milwaukee"
-The   Pioneer   Limited,"     St,   Paul   to
Chicago,  "Short   Line."   Omaha     to
Chicago,     "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains  in   Ow   service   on     any
railroad  in  the  world that  equal   In
equipment   that   si   the   Chicago.   Milwaukee &  St.  i_ul  Railway.      They
.wn  and  operate tbelr owu sleepingl
ami (lining oars on all their train- and
give their patrows an excellence    of
service  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent
H!4 Third St., cor. Alder Portland, Or.
POLYGAMOUS  LADY
FOUND   HUSBANDS DULL
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 13 Grai e
Chapman steaded pvilv to a chai
ol bigamy In Justice Miller's court,
al her preliminary trial here today,
admitting thai she had married six
in, n without hai lng obtained a divorce lrom  any  of  ibeiu.
������Yes. "'m guilty," she testified.
"I've bad six husiands nind I'm sick
of matrimony. Most of the men I
married srere tairmers. t would live
wi:h them until l got  ttred of them.
'then    I'll    leave.      They    were   si,   tire-
some."
"Were you ei er divorced""
"Nol   thai   l   know  at,"  Mrs. Chapman wns unable to furnish a bond of
J2,  und was remanded to .'/di.
Windsor  Hotel.
Nels ���"->'' i ion, Lj ndon, Wash.
Mrs.  Lab I,  Forfar, Scotland.
Napoleon Gareau, Pitl  Lake.
0. l. loi    on, Everett, Wash.
O.   II.   Metl alfe.
S. J.  Bates   Abbotsford
Joseph Walsh, Fort sie.de.
VV. Hor ton, Fi rni'e.
.1. A. McLean, Vancouver.
E. A. Blake, Belhngham.
Percy Unehan, Vancouver.
R.   L.   McCulloch,   Vancouver.
N. G. s.plece, Vancouver,
Mrs.  (Capi.)  Reid, Haney.
c. c. Cody, Vancouver.
Thomas Mount, Tj ni lead.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to tl>e public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ser Mills
ola
ani llstrio
esc^t Kooi
env.-s.
penoes' Brldpe. Nic-
tnd all  noints vast
Ma'ns
a.tn.-Vn
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Received.
and    Seattle, tn-
points, via G. N. R.
ouver and
ailway.' '"J;':i- via B. c.
kyc.-'-''"
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Victoria
Ulectric
���Of) t0 if\,ft
-Strawberry Hin.
.ft. ' '     ,   _ ..     s lis.
via ci N'to~"Va,1C0Uy��
aibl Friday).
and  Victoria,
dav
v-
a.m.���i,adn_r,   Port
r;:Vfn,l and  (Tues-
���   Saturday)   Wood-
com-
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(Patch
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a.m.-
earner J.
r'l and
C. Bruce. (Steves-
received via V__tt-
p- R. east (first ttaln)
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Dally at 11 P-m. direct
and 10 a.m. via Victoria.
To Victoria���Daily at 10 ��Jn. ^a
1 p.m.
To Alaska���Every Saturday at U
p.m.
To Prince Ru]>er_���Every Saturday
at 11 p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island-becond
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 ChUHws**
md way points���Steamer Beaver
eaves Westminster at S a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning leaves Chilliwack at 7 a-m. o
���^-Hisday,  Thursday   nnd  Saturda:
"or further  particulars call
ess
ED. GOULKT. kg** -
New Westminster.
or
C.  B. Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Ag^nt,
Vancouver, a. v*
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CAKCltOSS, A I'LIN.
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except Ssmlay)
carrying passengers, mail, express and:
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter .ervice.
For Information apply to
J. H. ROGERS. Traffic Manas...
WOULD   PRESERVE   RELICS
OF   RIEL   REBELLION
60  YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
wunipeg. Oct ts.���iioiu-os Jaxon
secretary bo Louis Kiel during th._ rebellion. Is leaving for Ottawa to enlist the government's sympathy and
aid to pri'sorve the historic trails and
landmarks of tine planter and tha
trouble limes. Jaxon, who ivfter 2.2
years of exile, (luring which he MVW
became naturalised, bus been revis.it-
Ing tbo scene of tha rebellion, :��nd
was dismayed to flniV the house from
which he ami Kiel were arrested and
several Important  manefostoes  have
been  removed  piecemeal, nnd  no effort b   made   to   preserve   any  of   the
historic buildings.
Jaxon declares thai falling govern*
nienl nld, he wlll endeavor to organise
n preservation society among those
who bave done well in tbe west.
Rt- 14-10��. acres of portion of sec-
lioti 21, block 6, north range 6, west
Now   Westminsti r  district.
Wher> as proof ��.)( the loss Of certl-   1
fieata of title number B667F Issued In
the name of Island Lodge No. 84, I. 0,
0. F-. has been tiled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that l shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the dat,. of the first publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published in
the city of"New Westminster, issue
a   duplicate   of    he   said   certificate,
unless  in thv  meantime valid  objection be made to me in writing.
0, S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office.  New Westminster, B. C, September 9. 1909.
Trade Mahk��
DceiaNS
CorfRioHTt Ac
ad-
turn, without eharse. In the
Scientific Hmricajt
. T,,���iH__ialy mn��nrt��l weeily. ****"_ <*j!
__8 ��� t,;t ��y wrlentliK! jnnmO. Tate* M
ggS-dS. viae reet.po��t������ pr_p��l_.   sold W
���ill a_w��ilu��lor�� _        ���     .
THE RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSETS
A sanitary closet not requiring water or sewerage.
MACKIE & HARRIS, Agents
HALL-LAVERY  BLO'CK
New Westminster.
STOCK  OF
GOODS  FOR
TENDER.
SALE  BY
Tak,. notice that an application has
1 e n made to register Annie Ryder
as owner im tee simple, under a tax
sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher to
Annie Rydi r, bearing dat,- the 13th
day of October, A. 1>.. 1906, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the district of New
Westminster, in the Provlnci of British Columbia, more particularly
known ami described tis Lot 2:1,
Block 1; Lots 8, 9, 16 and 17. Hlock
4; Lots 1. 8, 9, lii and 17. Block 6;
Lots I, 5, 12. 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots
1, S. 9, 16 and 17, Hlock 10; Los I. S.
9, 16 and 17. Hlock 12; Ijots 4, 5. 12,
13 amd 20, Block 18; Lots I, 8, 9, H>
and 17. Block ll; Lots 1, 8. 9, 16 and
17. Block 18; Lots I, 5, and 20. Block
17; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17. Block 18;
'Lot 6, Block 21; all subdivisions of
Lot 202, Croup 1. Lots 10, 11. 12, 12,
114 and IB, Bljpck "K." subdivision of
1 Lot L'liS, (Jroup 1; Lots 24. 2.7. 2G. 27.
21 and 82, Block 1; Lots 2, 8, 4, fi. 6,
7, 10, 11, 12, 18, 14, 15 18, 1!) and 2d,
Block I; Lot 16, Block 6; Lots 1, 8,
9, 16 and 17. Block 16; Lots 4, 5, 12,
md 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
203, Group 1; Lot 7. Block 4, 01 Lot
227, Croup 1. Map 174.
You and those claiming through or
under you and nil persons claiming
any Interest In the said land by virtue of any nnregistersd Instrument,
amd all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by deSo.it. whose
title ls uot registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim ot
the tax purcbas-r within ten days
from the date of the first publication
of this notice and ln default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being
filed within such period, or in default
of redemption before registration, you
and each of you will be forever _>-
topped and debarred from setting up
any claim to or __ respect of the said
'  land, and 1 shall register Annie Ryder
Tenders will be received by the un- a8 owner thereof in fee. And I here-
dersigned at the sheriff's office, Court j^y or_er that publication of this notice for ten days In a dally newspaper
published in New Westminster will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the land registry offlce,
New WestmlnBter. Province of British
Columbia, this 30th day of August,
A. D., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Samuel Coulter, Esq.
House, New Westminster, up to 12
o'clock noon, on Wednesday, the
twenty-seventh day of October, 190!".
for the purchase of the stock, etc., of
D. F M. Perkins, general merchant.
Mission City, B. C. Persons desirous
of Inspecting the stock can do so by
applying to A. W. Lane, Esq., provincial constable, Mission City.
Inventories Of the stock can be seen
on application at my offlce, New
Westminster, or to Mr. Lane at Mission City.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.     Terms cash.
Assignee.
Sheriff's office. New Westminster,
October 12, 1909.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER
Evidence is
Better Than
Talk
You can have evidence of our especial values in Groceries and Crockeryware if you buy
from us.
We have the largest and best line
of groceries in the
town, and we have
the price that will
suit any buyer.
When in town
call and see our
store���full of life,
full of artistic
thought and full
of honest values.
PR 00_P
City News
THE very fact that there are
more Great   Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron   Range*
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.mes as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON    &    LUSBY
Columbia Street.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost  while   holidaying   use
Muir's Maze! Cream
We also havs all  kinds of complexion  creams  and  skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
THE ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop,
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
Yes���more than one are Investigating tbe merits of our BUSINESS
SCHOOL. No need to look further,
as we have the best facilities for giving our students a thorough business
training.
Either day  or  evening.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
61 O Columbia Street
A.   L.  BOUCK,   Principal.
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
be transacted in tbe offices
lately occupied by McBride &
Kennedy, 2S Lorne street, ln
the company's head offlce building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
P. J. HART, Manager.
Xew Westminster, Sept. 25th,
1909,
"Lifebuoy Soup i? delightfully re-
freshing for bath '<���- toilet. Ifor washing und'. .''���fotlrin.' it. is unequaled.
Cleanses   and fcurifles.
Bob Stevenson's whole stock of
j boots and shoes to be sold off in
thirty days. 219-
For pianos, organs, sewing ma-
Ichines, talking machines, sheet music and records go to .1. H. Todd's
|music   house,   Columbia   street.
"Lo," tlie success of tiie day; a new
muscial comedy; book and lyrics by
O. Henry and F. B. Adams; music by
Baldwin Sloane. At the Opera House
tomorrow evening. Booking office
now open at Ryall's drug store.
The  steamer  Transfer  will hereafter   leave   the   Brackman-Ker     wharf
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points,  at  2  u'clock  in   the afternoon
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning j
on  the following morning.      On  Sat- ;
urday she will make an extra return j
tri]j arriving in the city in the evening.      Trips  will be made to Steves- !
ton as the business warrauts. ���"
"Lo," at the Opera House-, Wednesday, October 2(1;  18 musical numbers, I
32  pretty  young girls, and  laughs ad
Infinitum.      Book your seats now at
Ryall's drug store.
The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon of Georglna Kipp. the
six-year-old daughter of Mm. Kipp.
Eleventh street, whose death took
place on Monday. She was born at
Ilat/.ic Prairie. The cause of death
was typhoid fever.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, tele_houe Davie*-
Greenhouse, R20S. *���
"Lo," a new musical comedy at the
Opera House Wednesday, October 20.
Hook your seats now.
A     Harvest     Thanksgiving   service
will  be  held    in   St.    Albans church,
| Burnaby, on Thursday, 21st, at 8 p.m..
the  offertory   to     be  devoted     to   the
fund for building  a   rectory.   Gifts  of
fruit  and   flowers  for  decoration   will
be  thankfully   accepted    and   may   lie
I delivered  at   the  church    on  Wednesday.    The   service  will  be   repeated
on  the  following  Sunday   at   11   a.m.
and 7:30 p.m.
Security-���That is the factor in a
safety deposit vault. Ours are absolutely perfect in this regard. You
may go away and leave your valuable
papers in these vaults with the feeling of perfect security. \0 injury
can come from fire, from floods, from
burglars or any other cause. Isn't
it worth something to you to have
that feeling of perfect security? Dominion Trust Co., Ltd.. T. R. Pearson,
manager   New   Westminster   branch.
Tenders are being called by Malins
,_ Couithard for the excavation of a
portion of lot 24, ciiy block 13, Carnarvon street, and for the construction of a concrete retaining wall in
the rear of the property. Tenders
must be in at their office bv Saturday,
October 23.
A new slip is being built at the
wharf of the Torpedo Towing and
Freighting Co., in order to permit of
the easier landing of smaller craft
than the wharf was originally constructed for. W. A. Gilley is doing
the work, which includes an addition
to the east end of the wharf.
Buy orchard lands wDile tbey are
cheap and become independent. We
are the official agents ot The Western
Home and improvement Co.. Ltd. Let
us tell you about their choice holding-,
at Appleland. A new townsite and
fruit district along the line of th.
B. C. Electric Chilliwack linL, and V.
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
This section excelis in the production
of all fruits. Come at once wlilly the
best lands are selling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense.
We can sell five, ten, fifteen and
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms, _,
J. Hurt & Co., Ltd. ���*
Everything for the garden at Tidy's,
phons 184. "
Christians believe the Bible to be
a revelation from God. and what it
says is what it means, and the sum
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)E IN SOUTH BEND
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Good Line of Second-Hand and New Heaters
For Sale Cheap.
i Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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of its teaching on any subject and
that only is tlie truth, tbat to be sim
ply Christians���only ibis and nothing
more���is what it requires without respect of persons of all men, and to
learn whai the Bible says We musl
do to become Christians and to live
the Christian life, is the individual
duty of each responsible being. To
ibis end the coitage meetings are being held at 8 o'clock each evening in
the home of .Madison Wrighi. Christian evangelist, 305 Durham street,
Becond liouse to left from Fourth
street, between Seventh and Eighth
avenues. All are cordially invited to
attend each service.
"Lo," clever, musical, amazing, fascinating, at the Opera House tomorrow evening. Secure your seats
early and avoid disappointment,
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WE8TMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13.
Office, Eighth St.
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West End Property  j
GOOD BUYS
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F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. \
Have you seen these Separate Skirts we are showing?
We  want you to see
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them.
The materials for the Separate Skirts incline more and
more to the slightly rough
surfaced effects. Many of
them are very beautiful and
well adapted for the construction of smartly tailored
suits. Pleated skirts or
those introducing pleats are
first in favor. The popular
prices make the display a
great favorite with the shopping public.   The quality of
the garments, the fit and workmanship are the best.
CORSETS.
The Corset problem solved
for women of stout and medium   figure.
The new Corset models
meet every requirement and
that's the kind we handle.
Form fitting, not form pinch-
inf or squeezing; they represent perfect corset comfort. This is especially important  this  season.
Every woman knows that
the secret of good dressing,
the secret of good health-
is largely solved by the corset. Our prices prevent no
���woman from obtaining corsets to suit. Prices from,
pair $75c  to  $6.50
THE NORTH POLE WAIST $2.00.
is a perfectly tailored  waist made of a pure shamrock Hn-
ene, "linen finish fabric;" the front is embroidered as beautifully as if done by hand in a neat floral design ���
the iiew sunburst effect and live other equally artlstli  and
neat patterns.     Tbe embroidery   ls   accompanied    bj
groups of  fine pin-tucking, to give a garment a mi   I
able fulness.      There are  five    large ocean    pearl  buttons
down the centre front     The sleeves are finished wltl
cuffs and the laundered   are  detachable,    the  entire  ���:'������
being  strictly   mannish.      Price only       ...$2.00
DAINTY DELAINE WAISTINGS EOR AUTUMN WEAR
We are ready to show you some of the prettiest waistings ever manufactured; soft, drapy fabrics thai ' ik( UP
charmingly into blouses of winsomeness and service. Come
in floral and other effects In fast colors on light and dark
grounds. Some with satin stripes, thirty Inches wide.
Prices 50c,  65c, 75c and $1.00
Extraordinary Values
in Hosiery and
Underwear
Women's fancy embroidered cashmere hose in colors
of green, cadet, Copenhagen, navy, grey. Price pair ...,95c
Also plain colors of tan, cardinal, navy, all shades <
green, grey, blue.      Price per pair 7dc
Women's pure wool underwear, full    fashioned shapes
perfect   fitting;   some fine ribbed, others plain, loi - slei '<
with drawers to match.   Price, per garment ..$1.15 to $2.00
ELEGANT ONE-PIECE
Evening Reception Gowns
APPROPRIATE   FOR   ALL   DRESSY
FUNCTIONS. IN       NETS,      SILK,
MULL,   LINGERIE.
$9.75  to $29.75.
White china silk in dainty Princess style, panel front
of tucked silk and Insertion.    Price $29.75
White silk gown with front and sleeves of guipure
lace, folds of the silk in breteilles effect over shoulders
Price        $29.75
White Brussels net lined on silk with insertions of
lace; others in ecru Point d'Esprlt, tucked skirt made
with full flounce.     Price $17.50
Mull gowns in white, blue, pink and hello, embroidered
in white; also white 'broderie Anglalse." Some with one
piece tucked; net yokes, long sleeves finished with point
at wrist.     Price ..  ������ - *9,75
Latest
Arrivals in
Fancy
Neckwear
Just arrived by expies
today, very large assortment
of stunning Neckwear ' ;
eluding light lace e*e._*A_
Dutch styles, wiiii J"". '
Price, each.    4��c t0
Verv pretty Chiffon ruch-
Ings for the neck, 4 Ul. do- ���
colors Pink, blue and wM^
Price  per  box   .. ���
20c
New    shades    of    muslin
ruchings with colored   sau
edge in colors of PjnB, o
hello, catawba,  white,  P��^
per frill      ���������  	
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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