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|NSURANCE
u/H.T��, SHtLES & CO.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES # CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
.-
WESTMINSTER,  B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21  1809
_*-
FIVK CENTS BER GUI-  J;
10 OPEN TODAY
I Branch Will Commence
Business on Recently Acquired Site.
,   ������.  Merchants
tee��ej m   chartered
��� ., ,   Westminster,   will   be
j tib morning In the premises
rZa, occupied by the Acme
direceo" fa    south-east
""Vlir ��teL
j; will be only tern-
iifct     . . tlon is
for
to
erect
tai&ome and up-to-date banking
"J*�� corner at an early date,
lecture that will add
 ...  to  ibe  ap-
Zce of the street, considerably.
Jlranoli wl :': ,h'' manage.
lof H C Adams, until recently
mtI of the branch at Russell,
'. two years account-
Y
fjf Merchants Hank of Canada is
' y,,. largi si and best known fl-
. | ;.-.- nl ii In Canada, and
r, tti ntion    in   the
Ln the trade I iVesti rn Canada,
I;,���-. i enterprises in every
"...    ill le    li is an interesting
?������_; i Ni ���   Westminster man Is
iboard 'Pi   directors  of    the
Ilnti Barnett, who is deeply in-
(.sv Id the lumbei industry in
Jmwid ���     i Ity.
���tAdams the manager, has been
^ city: ���  daj a completing
Ifpneot.
Cable Arrives.
Ihter for the  operation   of    the
HBnck lit.'   md ror the supplying
t po��>r req dred  through    the
rj opened by  the  new   branch,
It.--  irrii'. ��� ��� the Bouth  side of
- v- ��� i means of heavy
ltarl_ cn!/.-- Seven large drums
lift havi urrlved from the
p.: ol tbe Standard Underground
pe Co., ot Pittsburg, Pa., and are
ntLog ihlpmenl at the C.P.R.
iir!.  The cable   is   composed     of
- - ibles and measures
111 - Inchei in diameter. It Is
iifly bound with   steel   wire
CONVENTION WILL
BE HELD SHORTLY:
��������������<-��������������������������������������������������
THE LIBERAL POLICY.
I
Provincial Election Talk Occupies Citizens ��� Three
Candidates in City Likely.
The dissolution of the provincial
house, and the early election are tie-
subjects of principal importance In
the discussion on the streets at the
present time, and the general opinion
exists that it will have an Important
bearing on the local civic election,
tending to distract public attention
from B  subject   which  seems  likely  to
be the determining factor in the personnel of the city council for 1910.
The railway policy of the government is felt, apart from political proclivities, to be a comprehensive one.
so laid out as to catch the votes of
the electors in tlie populous parts Oi
the province, and the government will
benefit accordingly when the polling i
day comes.
Nominating   Conventions.
Conventions for the nomination of
candidates will be held in the city
during the nexl few days, ln order
that the chosen candidates will have
plenty of time placing their easi b be
fore the public. The Independent
Labor Party are holding a meeting
tomorrow night at the Labor hall, at
which a decision will be reached
whether a candidate shall be put in
the field as on the last occasion.
There  is  known   to  be   more    than
(Continued  on  Page  Three).
Cloverdale Substation.
Work will be commenced at an early
date on the erection of a substation
at Cloverdale for the transmission of
power for the operation of the section of the Chilliwack line. Material
ls being placed on the ground, and
several carloads of finely crushed
granite for the making of concrete are
lying ln the yards on Front street.
Thanksgiving  Social.
A   thanksgiving   supper   and   entertainment will be given In the St. Barnabas parish hall on Tuesday evening
to jcommencing   at   seven   o'clock,   with
Ipml damage.
ut.
and   heavily     insul
in of Ottawa Woman.
0:.. v   .      The wife of Ade-
iMbfcOttawa Kast. jumped into
tkBk, ii.ar her home and
I _i.tr.p-,!   Se        1   women  rushed
v ��� . but though In
111 io mi   utes she could
K!< retired Deceased was 27
Wold am! had suffered for a year
��� letnui
Holy Communion at 8 a.m., morning
service at 11 a.m. and evening service at 7 p.m. Special music will be
1 rendered and the' church Is being
prettily   decorated   for   the  occasion.
SALMON BELLIES
REFUSE CHALLENGE
RAILWAYS.
Construction of railways   urgently veiled In Briti     Colum-
ip'- aided by grants of cash or bonds and by exemptions from
' 'i a period of ten years after completion, conditional   up-
1   Immediate commencement'and diligent prosecution of the
construction,  (b) The effective control  of  rate!   elthei   bj
enant-Governor in Council or the  Board of  Hailway Com-
and,   (c)   The  payment,  during    construction    and    the
' mption  from  taxation,  to all  mechanics,  laborers    or
ons who perform labor in construction or on maintenance
'U'li, of such wages as are generally  accepted  as current
for competent  while workmen in the district In which the work ls
being performed.
TIMBER
2. Provision for the extension of special timber licenses to be
made b thi substitution for the present timber licenses of licenses
renew;,!,;, finin year to year granted on the following conditions:
(a) Th ��� iis and royalties may be fixed from time to time, (b)
That tbe iiv uses shall be held subject to such regulations with
regard to the manner of cutting and the preservation of the timber
ci ered by the licenses as may be promulgated by the Lleutenant-
Governoi in Council, (c) That agilcultural lands required for Battlement ��� withdrawn from the operation of timber licenses by
ordei ol the Lieutenant-Governor In Council after reasonable notice
bas been given to the licensee to remove the timber within the
period ol time fixed by the order,(bj and that for the cutting and
removal of such timber the wages paid shall be such wages as are
generally accepted as current for the competent white workmen in
the district in which the work is performed.
FOREST   RESERVES.
3. The maintenance of the present reserve on the unlicensed
timber lands of the Province until such time as the timber is required fo; actual use, said timber at that time to be surveyed, and
the quantities having been estimated, disposed of by public competition from time to time in suitable quantities, a reasonable reserve  price being  fixed.
CROWN     LANDS.
4. The prosecution of a vigorous policy of land settlement;
the granting free to settlers on reasonable conditions of residence
and cultivation, suitable agricultural lands; the alienation of other
Crown lands only under conditions which insure their use; the making of surveys and publication of maps and reliable information
making  the  latter readily  accessible to the public.
MUNICIPAL REVENUE.
5. The transferance of the lower of levying and collecting
taxes upon personal property within Municipalities from the Provincial Government to the Municipalities in order to augment the
Inadequate revenues of the existing Municipalities.
SANITARY REGULATIONS.
fl. Rigid Governmental inspection of all places of human abode
and the enforcement of Building. Health and Sanitary Regulations
so as to insure as far as possible the safety of human life and to
abolish and prevent the deplorable conditions now so prevalent in
the dwellings of a large number o   undesirable citizens.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT.
7.    The  election  of  all  Police Commissioners and License Commissioners ln  cities,  towns and rural      municipalities   by    popular
vote
���   ������������������    ������������������������������������������
GOVERNMENT STATES
RAILWAY POLICY
-te
HOLDS MEETING
Wants Verdict of People on;Plans of New Royal Colum-
C.N.R. Contract, But Re- j    bian Hospital Will Be Con
fuses to Make it Public.
The  provincial    elections  will  takt
place    on    Thursdj
Nominations  will  be  held  on  Thursday, November 11,
This ls the announcement contained in a special issue of the B. C.
Gazette, published yesterday by the
King's Printer at the capital.
The decision was arrived at at a
three-hour meeting of the cabinet,
held on Tuesday night. The session
lasted until past midnight, and on Its
conclusion the result of the deliberations of the ministers was immediately communicated to the morning
papers throughout the province supporting the government.
By the order in council appearing in the special issue of the Gazette
the present house is dissolved, the
dissolution    taking effect    yesterday.
The new hous.	
20, 1010.
Notice ls also given that a plebiscite on the local option question will
be held along with the elections.
The  reason  given    by  the  govern-
the dissolution of th
sidered Next Week.
The  monthly  meeting of the  board
Vovemher   25   ot managers of    ttie Royal Columbian
wovemDer        'hospital    was    held    yesterday, those
present being James Cunningham   Iln
the chair), Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Pearce and
Mrs. Ferguson, Ma:shall Sinclair, L.
A. Lewis, James Johnson and the secretary,  W.  H.  Keary.
Matrons   Report.
The lady superintendent (Miss Martin)  reported as follows:
"1 beg to submit herewith, statement of patients, Royal Columbian
hospital, for the month of Septembei,
1909. No. of path nts in hospital on
Sept. 1, 50; discharged, 88; died. Ij
admitted during September, 88; remaining Sept. 30, 50; No. of patients
treated during September, 138; No.
of hospital days, 1628; No. of mater-
_ - nity cases treated in cottage, 31;  re-
will meet on January j ceived from paying patients, $1193.80;
No. of patients in hospital Oct. 2u., 01.
Contributions   for   Hospital.
Salaries and accounts for the month
were passed for payment. The reappointment of L. A. Lewis and J. J-
Jones as members of the board from
was for-
SYRIANS ARE ASIATICS;
iTYPHOON WREAKS DEATH
ON  PHILIPPINE  ISLANDS
TELLS MANY STORIES.
|hfnative Beggar   Is   Being   Sought
By  City   Police.
U lame beggar, who is soliciting
11" tai . Is being sought by
"Police, ai). i: caught, will be
���Pd with vagrancy and possibly
���more serious charges. He has
Isl two days called upon
���berol the clergy and prominent
"in the city, and has obtained
*��� fn im
Wed |���
CANNOT BE  NATURALIZED
La Crosse. Wis., Oct. L'n.���I'ndi r a
ruling received here today from It. S
Coleman,  chief examiner  of  the een
sus bureau  at  Washington,    100 Sy           ^^^^^^
rlan   voters  in     La  Crosse    will   lose]beyond  Dagupan   and  Luzon   was
their  citizenship,  while    hundreds of'off and details are lacking
others
Manila, Oct. 20.���A typhoon of unusual severity swept across Northern
'and Central Luzon on Sunday night.
Iwire  communication   with   all   points
cut
ment for the dissolution of the pres- _��� ___
ent  house,  is  anxiety  to  secure   the ithe provincial    government
verdict of the people as to the agree- J mally notified to the board,
ment  between     the  government  and I    Contributions    from    Galbralth     _
the  Canadian Northern  Railway,  the Bona, $100;   \V. O'Xeil & Sons. $100;
 1    -mtiin,,    of    which  was  an-|F.  R.  Glover,    $100;     Mrs. Brymner,
yesterday. Although a $_5, and A. G. Halstead, through Rev.
rough sketch of the agreement bas:j. g. Henderson, $25, were acknow-
been given out, the government has!]edged toward the general funds of
��� *" **- - ' ���*-���' >-- "-"'the hospital.
Plans of New Building.
The board decided to hold a meeting of the building committee, the
male members of the board, at the
hospital, probably next Thursday afternoon, to consider the plans of the
new central building prepared by Mr. .
Gardiner. Two other city architects
wrote asking for an opportunity to
submit plans for the board's consideration.
Several contributions of grain and
fruit from exhibitors at the recent
fair have been received for the use
of patients, particularly ^rom the Ed-
nonton-Strathcona exhibit.
j Mrs. Ferguson reported for the visiting committee last month that everything was going on satisfactorily
at the hospital.
The committee named for nex>
month was Mrs, HiU, the chairman,
and Marshall Sinclair.
general    outline    of
nounced
sketch
^^_jlven o__���^^^^^^^^^^^^
up to the present refused to make the
���exact terms    known.      John    Oliver,
leader of    the    opposition, yesterday
called upon Premier McBride and requested to see the draft of the contract.      Mr.    McBride    demanded    a
; pledge of secrecy before he^would al-
Ishow   lt.      This   Mr,   Oliver  refused.
| and will insist that the full terms of
j the contract be made public at once.
From  the  outline of    the  contract
given out  by  the government, it appears that the province is to guarantee the bonds of the company to the
amount of $35,000 per mile, for a distance  not  exceeding 600 miles,  from
Yellowhead   pass   to   Vancouver    and
English Bluff.    The government Is to
have a first mcrtgage on the road as
After Turning Down Montreal, They Can Not Consistently Play Vancouver.
over the Northwest  will be ]
'affected.      The ruling is that  Syrians
being of Asiatic origin, are not "white;
[persons." within  the  meaning of the
I law.      Syrians  here  have    voted  tor
[years and form au important colony
more   s<
���nior
who   luwe   been
There   will   be  no
crosse  this  season.
At the windup meeting of the NOW
Westminster Lacrosse Club held last
evening, it was decided not to accept
l!*n. and
o. the pitiful story which he the challenge of Con. Jones, president
ijMd backs by documents. -The Lf the Vancouver Club, for a scries
"nnnU- Is thai he does not tell !of tw0 post-season games In Vancou-
������Be story to all. He Is said to Ler for a purse of $11500 hung up by
���f told one nW.,,n n,o. k_  ���..._  "" I tllc'Vancouver  Lacrosse  Club.
Would  Be   Inconsistent.
The  executive  of  the  club  decided
I that in the first place it would bardl.
be consistent of them to accept games
in  Vancouver, after  having  requested
to be let out ol playing the Montreals
'for   the Minto   cup.        Moreover,   the
___��_,""  ��"mc   "��  B1,U1   lll:"   '"'   team is practically disbanded and t  '
was a  players are extremely  tired    ol    <'
that  his  family'������,;,��� T1���. Salmon Bellies since thi
Wu to Visit Mexico and Cuba.
Washington, Oct. 20.���Wu Ting
Fang, the Chinese minister, having
been recalled by his government, is
contemplating a visit to Mexico and
Cuba, to which country he is also accredited, before his departure for
home. He ls going to Mexico to
thank President Diaz for the honor
paid the memory of the dead emperor
of China In sending a specia
to attend the funeral.
One message brought to Dagupan
from San Fabian says the loss of life
was considerable and the damage to
property heavy. Torrential rains accompanied the storm and an extensive area was flooded. The railroad
bed was washed out at several points
and one railway station was swept
away.
^^^^   He is said to
���������������  ;��� rson that he was an
l__T"nii "'���'' ,lis family was mm'-
'mV thi   B     _   Hand,  the  shock
IY 80 greai to  cause    partial
2���!p- l�� calling on a local mln-
J? he claimed to be dumb and
"��r conversati,,,, was carried on in
,;::-  - - dked  fluently  toi
���   said  that
,-AYn] <>��� others thai  !e was a |DlavorB
Duffy for White Sox.
Chicago, Oct. 20.���-Hugh Duffy,
manager of the Providence club of
the Eastern league, is to be the next
manager of the Chicago White Sox,
according to a rumor in circulaMon
here today. Duffy was here yester-
envoy |<_a.y and had a long   conference with
(Continued  on  Page Six).
D. D. MANN URGES
CANAL RECIPROCITY
The Educational Club of Columbian
College will hold a meeting at the
residence of Mrs. John A. Lee, Third
I avenue, this evening.
Wants U. S. and Canadian
Benefit of Farmers.
i
ni:..
recent   Armenian
P PIPt WORKS IN
0PEBAT1QN NEXT YEAR
H
'onald B
rate p
Arranging to  Inaugu-
lant in January���Several
Suitable Sites in View.
(erer f0'r', onuld' ,hp successful ten-
*orks en    ."'"'���' Pipe for the water-
Nav �� -i   ��� W!,s ln the ci,y yps-
^- and f',.'! ,tlu' COIUraet with the
^ sta,' !sh th" necessary bond.
present tim. Ms Pllrt'ier Is at the
Nl. her," a"'anStag to bring his
^���oonaatki llas taken a house.
">��_e th��v arrangement has been
a start \i.,Ar" illltitlpatlng to  make
their .'-. K   tWl1   Or   till-no   _!.__    f��r
' Premie. "v? or tl,rpe sites for
,Tl**nS_" _?der consideration.
0 "*n In' ?hl?h wl�� '"'"Ploy 40 to
^"nltiR n   Y '" ��l"-r'>ilon by the
lhe firm ,       the   nt'w  vt
<r" ""ty have
8prl��e -mi l''"1"'1'
lhe ,llncl. be In
Pipe
fiKlit
the'     '
ar.  so  that
enough pipe ready
is    opened  in  the
R position to handle
"���way without holding
should there arise
commencement   of  the    season  have
,,laved sixteen games, twelve against
Vancouver,  and   four   tor  the  Minto
(.11P, two    against    keglnas nnd two
agklnst Tecumsehs.     The Vancouver
team    has    played      none    but    th.
twelve games, and consequently i
fresher   and   ready     for   more   �� �����
the   local   players  consider  that   tne.
have enough for the presenl season.
Season Was Successful.
The financial statement of the cluh
was satisfactory and showed a nana-
some balance on the credit side,    on
the  whole  the  S^^J^LJ^L^
(Continued on Page five).
Fireman Killed In Collision.
Montreal, Oct. 20.-Whlle a Mlwff
wagon was rushing to a fire last mi.
It collided with a streetcar on Mcuu
street.     The collision threw the wag
on  Into the second    track, wnerei ��
waa again hit by another car, ruinin   k
ln  the opposite direction, and nn
the two cars, both derailed, oaxw ����
collision.      One  fireman  named Kt>u
ert Stearn,    was killed,   and several
iOthers Injured, while a niimbcrJ'J,l1 ln
sengers on  the    cars    were
Jured.
Adana Claims Repudiated.
Constantinople. Oct. 20.���The Porte
has officially repudiated liability for
the foreign claims in connection with
the Adana massacres It is believed
that the embassies will propose that
the claims, be submitted to Tbe
Hague,
Disclaimer Only Technical.
London, Oct. 20.���The particulars
Of the forthcoming Turkish loan
which are published here Indicate
that the Turkish government intended to set aside $600,000 for Cue pay-
mem of the Adana claims. Hence
it L believed that the Porte's disclaimer of  liability  is  only   technical.
Charles Comlskey.
Friends of    Fielder    Jones, former
manager of    the  White  Sox,  dec.are
that Jones    ls    to    manage a major!that within    fave  oi
league   club   again   next   year,   and  Georgian   Bay   canal
Mackenzie &  Mann   Make Denial.
Toronto. Oct. 20.���One of the offi-
��� ; cers of the Canadian Northern said
Governments tO Act rOr] today that the statement that Mackenzie and Mann were interested with
Germans in a $10,000,000 purchase of
Brazeau coal fields in Alberta, was
incorrect. For several years, he
stated, that road or interests closely
allied with it. had held several thousand acres of coal lands ln the Brazeau region and that the rest of the
story was moonshine so far as they
were concerned.
Vancouver, Oct. 20.���D. V. Mann,
vice-president of the Canadian Northern Railway, is out today with a
proposal for reciprocity in canals and
canal charges between Canada and
the United States.
He stated today that he expected
six years the
would  be  com
persons believe that he already ipleted,
T. T. Holden Dead.
x   __.,   .a..a.     --".4.   _.    ,    Winnipeg, Oct.    20.���T.  T
which   would   make   Chicago, well known as a commercia
many persons oeneve tnai ne _u-a.u.> iyi_,.-_,   ,..,.^..   ,.>,_._    __.    .
has reached an agreement with Com- Duluth and Fort William ocean ports, lin  Western  Canada
iskey and will be again^seen in a Civ-'About  the  same    time    the  Panama .afternoon.
cage   uniform  when vhe  1910  season canal would be completed.      By that I
Holden,
traveler
died  yesterday
opens.
Philadelphia Victorious.
Chicago,  Oct    20.���In  an  exhibition
baseball game yesterday the Philadelphia  American   league  team  beat   the
Chicago Nationals by 2 to 0.
All   Fans  Read This.
      Philadelphia,-   Oct.     20.���Nineteen
.  figured that hai   would ,d    tl      fro      baseball   have   been   re-
...1 tl,,,    ol   ior        llJl'f     tr,l I _      ^^^^^
Typhoon  at  Hongkong.
Hongkong, Oct.   20.���Many    casual-
The funeral takes place today
Duncan Robertson Dodds. infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. Dodds. Sixth street.
The interment will be at the Church
of England cemetery. The child
was 18 months old.
To Enlarge Welland Canal.
St. Catharines, Oct. 20.���A deputation from the towns along the St.
Lawrence waterway will go to Ottawa next week and urge the government to take steps for the Immediate
enlargement of the Welland canal.
time hundreds of millions of bushels
of Western Canada wheat would be
moving and he   _
come west and the other half go
east. Reciprocity in canal charges
In these two great systems. Mann declared, would be of tremendous advantage to Canadian and American
farmers.
Regarding his company's extension
to Vancouver from Edmonton, Mann
said that su per cenl. of the sum :
work already had been completed
from Yellowhead Pass to this city.
This winter, he said, several additional parties will be in the field and
in the earliest spring construction
will be commenced. Work will be
1 carried on from both ends and prob
ported from various parts of
country, during the season which
closed.    The list of injuries runs
the   hundreds.
the
just
into
also
ties   attended   a   typhoon   that   played
.   havoc  with  the  native    shipping  and
.damaged    other    vessels    at  various
ports ou the coast during the night.
���    At    this    port    the    Standard  Oil
'steamer Lyndlunst fouled the Japanese steamer Hongkong Maru and both
were damaged At Macao the^Por-I^*^ ~f ���-gj^jj^~ This line
tuguese gunboat Patrla was lifted ��� f -o^ through the 1Fraser canyon
from Its moorings and carried up the * . the
Canton  river,  where 1    stranded. ICanadlau Pa$ft and at all times will
Many  houses  were blown  down In ; , h ^d     .   h    Fraser
the vicinity of    Macao   where junks     * m commenced    also
and fishing smacks In large numbers
foundered, involving many casualties.
CARGO OF COUNTERFEIT
BILLS COMES FROM ITALY
Starving Because of Strike,
Swedish Workmen Use Dynamite
Stockholm,    Oct.     20.
Desnerate i near a number of    public buildings.
r __ .      -_-.ll___t._ra
PtWrfSo��ri0n ��f the P1PC Ut
Mrs
.'sill
H. L,
1 uln�� her ,u        f  Wh0 has  been
" 5��'s'.'.:iu"r' Ml'8- A- J- Brine,
C,on In the n. ,,er hon* ^ Pen-
1,u   Okanagan   valley
Lulu Glaser Cancels Tour.
Philadelphia, Oct.  20.���The tour
of
the
Lulu Glaser in The Girl ^1om���_.1
States, has been Indefinitely posi
poned on account of her Illness.
The monthly    meeting ot    the  ��� ���
tlve Sons Post No. -1 will be held �������
evening.      On  the close of the du
ness   meeting    a    progressive  wn��
tournament will be hold.      All num
'bers are requested to attend.
and starving strikers, of whom there
are (50.000 'n Sweden, are believed to
be on the verge of a "terrorist reign"
in Stockholm and to be responsible
for a number of dynamite outrages
that have been attempted in the last
Within the last 24 hours the police
hive  picked  up  five  boxes  of  dyna-
'it(,   from   the     street     car   tracks.
thereby  averting the blowing up    or
crowded street cars.
Uvnamite   charges   With   fuses   attached  have  also  been  found  in  or
Several of the government buildings
have been thus threatened. Every
government building and other public
building of consequence ls now under
a special guard.
Until the last few days the strikers
had not engaged In any violence, but
their condition has grown so desper-
early in the new year on the Vancouver lsiand line, from Victoria to
Quatsina, and will be at least hair
completed ln two years. Tbe grade
from Yellowhead Pass to Vancouver
will be either one half per cent, or
four-tenths per cent. If the latter
the line wlll cost $63,000 a mile, and
If the former, about $50,000 a mile.
JThe line from Edmonton to Vancouver will be 230 miles shorter than
'than that from Edmonton to Prince
1 Rupert.
New Mexico Land Set Aside.
Washington, Oct.  20.���The interior
department has    authorized    the setting  aside  of  26,525  acres  of  public
land  for school  purposes In  Rosweli
their condition has grown so ae^iland ��J��*��f *����*_  tf��*SZ
ate that they can no longer be held also  was J1^  restoring  to  P
under repression.    The government is entry   d ss     64,000    ac es   of    ^
employment. nml>' 10' ljm
Secret    Service    Finds    Spurious    $5
Notes Being Distributed by
Wholesale.
New York, Oct. 20.���Secret service
agents ln this city have discovered
that large quantities of counterfeit
$5 bills are being made ln Italy and
distributed in this country through
regular wholesale agents.
The discovery was made in the conviction of two men in the federal
court who were accused by a third
man of selling $50 ln counterfeit for
$15 good money. The bill bears the
portrait of President Jackson, and is
numbered A24,441,118, of the series
of 1907.
Duplicates of the counterfeit have
appeared ln half a dozen cltlej and a
warning has been sent to all banks.
Charged  with  Theft of $168,000.
Madison, Wis., Oct. 20.���Philips
Allen, Jr., vice-president of the First
National Bank, Mineral Point, Wis.,
which failed recently, appeared before United States Commissioner
Blake here today, charged with embezzlement of $168,000 of the bank's
funds. Commissioner Blake, however, decided to fix the ball at $60,000.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL, ETC.
You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you   . ���
thing 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  must of n cessity   know     ll     h SOme'
about u=   and  our
If a man had geld dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about It, he would not se I an>'
bee,
Use  the  advertising   columns of The Daily News and  keep abreast  of the times,
ffaiBTTT^'"" "Attiif fffY*1_
WANTED���TWO OR 3 YOUNG MEN
to occupy two nice bedrooms; all
home comforts. Address H. K.,
News Offlce. 243-2
WANTED���380 CEDAR 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., Ltd., 321
Homer sireet, Vancouver. 240-6
TO RBNT���LARGE BEDROOM.    AP-
ply 713 Trew street. 241-6
TO   RENT���STABLE.     APPLY   321
Third   avenue. 243-3
R.  T. PRINCE,    AUDITOR ANU AC-  pQR  THE  BEST   VALl'E   IN  GRO-
countant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Saf.
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P.  O.   Box  796.
cerlei
S u p i
phone 3S6.
Grocery, P.
The Pure Food
0. Hox Sli
FOR   SALE.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
DRY GOODS���YOUNG MAN. AGED
24, wants position; eight years' experience; show card writer; good
n ferences. Apply Box D. G., News
offlce. 240-6
WANTED ���MEN TO WORK ON
the Burnaby roads. Wages $2.50
per day of eight hours. Apply
Municipal Hall, Edmonds Station,
li.  C.   E.   Railway.
FOR SALE-SECOND HAND PIANO .WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP-
in fine condition, well known make,
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
tyeyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
bargain;   easy     terms.       Apply   II,
Dall}  News Offlce.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, RETORT JEW-
ell healer, good as new: BUltable
for large room or hall. For wood
or coal.      Hox 16, Daily News.
WANTED���GOOD LOT IN WEST-
minster; can pay %",:, to $100 cash,
balance $75 quarterly. Give particular to 11, Drawer 855, Vancouver.
WANTED���TENDERS FOR CLEAIting 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. Applv at once. W. S. Collister Co. 232-tf
WANTED���TO
nished  house.
RENT,     A     FUR-
Apply  News  Ofllce.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
offlce with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this offlce.
LOST.
LOST���ON 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 bril- '���
lianis and    one inch    in  diameter.'
Suitable  reward  for  return to this
office. 240-2
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  _  CO.
Real  Estate  and  Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  sumirban  property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL Estate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan,  744  Columbia street.
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work  guaranteed.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS.  J. A.  STANDISH,  AN EXPER-
i need ami first-class dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14, Smith block, 625 Columbia street.    A trial  requested.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING DP -'.ii FOR HACKS ANU
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED ANU
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin. Mus. Bac., city. A line
will bring him.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J, G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F Mackenzie's drug Btore
and "1 he Fair.' Columbia str iet.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., 1. located for
the present at the offlce of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers arid dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S. The place when.- the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wlnng,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
MACHINE   WORKS.
���Iiii-: SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purpose;;. Apply Dr. A. D.
Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster,
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIB-
t.rs and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Hlock, Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, 11.
L. Edmonds,
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, bu:ldinj;
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia  streot.   New  Westminster.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,
Hall-La very Block.
ARCHITKCT,
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCH1TECT-
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie at.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
|W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
NURSERY.
(THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
I    Ltd.,  Burnaby   Lake���For    healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445
IPAPER   HANGING  &.  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
WADE. WHEALLER _ McQUARRlE
(P. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opiKisite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phono 143. Vancouver offices,
Rooms 20 and LM, Williams building. 413 Granville strvt, corner of
Hastings street.
\\
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SECONDHAND   STORE.'
E   BUY   AND   SELL   FURNmlj
hand goods.      a <
offlce. I
STENOGRAPHY    4    TYPEWRl T|N|
FRF KM AN     BUNTING
Guichon block,     p, o. ]
CUSTOM       STENO
Typewriting;   copj ;
lett-r-p.    etc.      Provl        ofli(S'
lumbla street.     Phon. 62
GEORGE E MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Co-
lumhla and McKenzie St."., New
Westminster.  B. C.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE   702
bia    street.        Fir      ��� |
pictures;   illustrated :. fe
ous attractions.      |v j
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
THE  EDISON THEATRE,     iRfl
Columbia  and   Eighth.     H'.gh-'ci:
moving pictures,   lllustrs
Program changed Monday, v,
day and Friday.
e.ini
PRINTERS.
TAILORS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY   G* LVIN, LADIES'  ANU MENS tJ
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledg.rs; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. OW
Dally  News  Block, Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
loring.      A  new    line   of fall Sij
ing just in.     Button making, p
lng and repairing.     Keen 9, S
hlock.    Entrances 625 Columbia,!
and 264 Clarkson st.   Phon. R5.
WOODWORKING.
KENNY'S  RESTAURANT    &    CAFE
Tickets,   21   meals  for   $4.      Home
??.0����!-_ Ali *i!'i_ C����^!:_n0,..Ori?;  WESTMINSTER       WOODWORM
Co., bank, office and store fittn
ial labor employed.     Open day and
nleht.      Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entnp or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
cabinet, stair, showcases, man
and detail work. Designs and ��
mates furnished. J, Brookes, j
prletor. Works: ('oner Eleve
and car llne. P. 0. boi 251, Fboj
473.
AEROPLANES SEIZED
AT PARIS EXHIBITION
Aviation   Company   Claims   That   Patent   Rights   Are   Infringed   By
Machines.
Paris, Oct. 20.The Compagnie Gen-
erale de Navigation Aerienne, which
controls the patents of the Wright
brothers so far as their exploitation
in France Is concerned, today caused
a theoretical seizure to be effected
of practically every biplane on exhibition at the aeronautic salon now
ln session here on the ground that
certain details of their construction
were infringements of the Wright
patents.
The seizure, which is known as a
"saisle descriptive,-' does not Involve
the physical possession of the aeroplanes in question or a restriction on
their manufacture or sale, but is more
in the nature of a formal notification that eet tain of their characteristic parts are considered patent in-
frlngments tor which damages will
be sought.
The particular detail of construction upon which the claim of Infringement is based is described as "any
appliance used to vary the wind's resistance on one side or thp other as
modified   by  a   vertical   rudder."
AT the hotels, jl English Watchmaker
PAPA  SECURED POLICE
TO BRING HOME DAUGHTER
Berlin, Oct. 20.���The case of the
actress ETrau Hedwlg WaiiRel, who, aH
announced some time ago, retired
from the stage In order to devote
herself to religious work among the
poor, has entered a new phase. Frau
Wangel, who is living in an obscure
village near Dresden, has written to
her parents expressing a desire to
secure a divorce from her husband,
St. Abernack, the musician, In order
that she may marry Lieutenant Karl
Hess of the Salvation Army. Hess
lias been dismissed from the army
owing to his association with the actress.
Her father thereupon applied to the
police for assistance in recovering
and care of his daughter. This was
granted, and accompanied by a police
officer he has gone to his daughter's
residence for the purpose of bringing
her back to Berlin by force if necessary.
J.
F.
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L.
J.
J.
A.
G.
L.
J.
G.
T.
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G.
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E.
A.
Russell   Hotel.
J. Garety, New York.
. L. Perry, Toronto.
.   B.   Qulgley.   Vancouver.
A. Smith, Toronto,
r.  ��nd  Mrs.  Robt.  Wilson,
k.
E. Snell, Vancouver.
F. Cameron, Hamilton.
.1. Mackay, Vancouver.
G. bilker, Vancouver.
B. campbell, Vancouver.
A.  White, Vancouver.
T. MacKinnon, Vancouver.
Middleton,  Seattle.
Sanderson, Vancouver.
E.  Mieler, Victoria.
C. Van Home, Vancouver.
L. Savage, Montreal.
P.   Leacock,   Hamilton.
Ballantyne, Vancouver.
New
Gold Watc'jes for Ladies from $12./5
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches,   gents'  open    case,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Walt ham   and     Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  hom   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
Windsor   Hotel.
R. K. Marston, Seattle.
Catherine   MacDonald,   Antlgonish.
C. Mitchell, Victoria.
R. F. Ruddock, Rosedale.
D. A. Johnson, Elgin.
W. Watson, Vancouver.
"Lo" Theatrical company.
F. E. Maxwell and wife, Vancouver.
H.  H. Goodenought, Sponta, Wis.
Dan Proctor, Seattle.
T. F. Williams, Seattle.
Well-Dressed
Men
THE RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSETS
A sanitary closet not requiring water or sewerage.
ASKED   FOR   MORTGAGE
ON  PROSPECTIVE  KINGDOM
The Intellectual Suffragette.
Liverpool, Oct. 20.���Rona Robinson,
the militant suffragette leader, who
holds a master of arts degree from
Manchester university, was today
sentenced to fourteen days for breaking the windows of a jiill in which
she had been Imprisoned. In the Police coun this morning she also expressed her contempt of the authorities by smashing a few windows.
Berlin, Oct. 20.���The latest method adopted hy Princess Louise of Belgium to raise money to meet her extravagant expenditure Is an application to a Hamburg bank, to which
sho recently wrote anonymously, ask-
Ung whether lt would grant a loan on
the security of an Inheritance exceed-
ilng $25,000,000, now held by a man
lof 7R years, the laws of whose coun-
j try prevented him from disinheriting
i the negotiator for the loan. The bank
i having expressed a willingness to negotiate, the Princess disclosed herself
iand her father, King Leopold, enclosed a statement by a Belgian lawyer,
|a8sertlng that the King cannot legally disinherit his daughter. The bank's
reply to this ls unknown.
MACHIEI HARRIS, Agents
HALL-LAVERY   BLOCK
New Westminster.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN.
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR-
BANKS. Dally trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter rervloe.
For Information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Tnifflc Mans .er.
are wearing our
Ready-to- Wear
Tailored Suits.
Why?
They are better ��� better
style, better materials, and
less money. You have here a
selection to pick from impossible in any "made-to-order,,
store, and you can get it right
away.
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Easte_rbrook Milling Company,
Ekurne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.FL0UR AND FEED merchants,
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
Twentieth Century Suits, $20 to $30.
We are the sole agents for this celebrated brand.
Phillips, Wardrobe Clothier
i JflSDAY
OCTOBER 21. K>09.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE THREE.
ONLY  A
FEW
MO
AYS TO   BUY
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before the raise.    We are now in a position to raise the price of our stock, and for good and sufficient reasons.   You will never have another opportunity to make so much money on a like amount invested, because
WE  HAVE THE OIL
and also 800 acres of the choicest oil lands in the great Alaskan oil fields.   Our refinery will, be erected on
the seacoast, 11-2 miles from the well.
Shares 15c cash, Fully Paid and Non-assessable.
SEATTLE OFFICE:
330-331 PIONEER BUILDING
Phone Main 5865.
B. C. REPRESENTATIVES:
AULD, GWIN & McCLARTY
614 Hastings Street W. Phone 4327
DIAMONDS
fWe have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Convention Will
Be Held Shortly
(Continued from Page One.)
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
New Furniture
Business
"6 sell direct from the manufacturer to the public.
SAMPLE  ROOMS:
Nos. 2 and 3 Dupont Block, over "The   Fair."
LLKNNY.  Columbia Street, New Westminster
Take notice tbat an application bas
been made to register Charles Ketch-
um as tne owner in foe simple, under a tax sale deed from C. 0. Usher
to Frederic W. Howay and Ruble L.
Reid, bearing date tbe 1st day of December, A. D.. 1902, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract ot
land and premises situate, lying and \ one man anxious to sit behind Mr.
being in the district of New West- i McBride at James Bay In place of
minster, in the province of British \ the sitting member, and the Conser-
Columbla, more particularly known vatlve convention is not likely to be
and described as Lot 13 of Block 13 a love feast. The Liberals are better
of Let 201, Group 1, Murray's Ad 11-1 prepared than they were at the last
tion, north half of Lot 14 of Block 13 \ Dominion election and will present a
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���of Lot  201, Group 1,  Murray's  Addition.
I You and those claiming through or
I under you and all persons claiming
any Interest In the said land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
���and all persons claiming any interest
In the said land by descent, whose
11 title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
ijare required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty five
days from the late ol' the firs! publl
united front. A gentleman occupying a prominent position in town, and
one particularly acceptable at the
present juncture, will be tendered the
Liberal nomination. It is believed
he will poll well, not only among the
Liberals, but among those who usu-
alh do not vote progressive, if he can
be prevailed upon to enter the lists.
A. E. Kellington, president of the
Liberal association, says he is not
surprised with the anxiety of the McBride government  to get a snap ver-
Electric Railway Service f
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ���
at ten minutes alter the hour, ���
half past and fifty minutes alter
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-houriy between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
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Lowney's Chocolates
Fresh this week. !
cation of this notice, and In default diet, as the longer the election was
ot a caveat jr certificate of lis pen-j delayed the better would the Liberals
dens being filed within such period be organized, and the country in-
or in default of redemption before formed through the leader of the op-
ici:istration. you and each of you will'position of its condition. The railway
be forever estopped and debarred policy of the opposition, be said, was
from setting up any claim to or In far ali.-ad of the McBride policy, for
respect of the said land, and I shall it stood for a cash bonus of branch
register Charles KetOhum as owner,lines which the Dominion government
thereof In fee. And I hereby direct has already bonussed. while the Con-
that publication of this notice tor servatUes were in favor Of guaran-
thirty ir.vs In a dallv newspaper pub- teeing bonds. In the Liberal
lishcd In New Westminster will be the government would know-
good and sufficient service thereof. they were at. while ln the McBride
Dated at the Land Registry Ollice, plan the government would not know
I New  Westminster,  Province of  Brit- what the cost would be. and the bo-
policy
where
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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P. BURNS & CO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
RYALL'S
at :
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optician.;
Eyes Tested Free.' Phone 57.
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ish  Columbia,  this  28th  day  of September, A. D. 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Henry Young, Esq., John Uren,
Esq. 228-30
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how lt 1b cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than It Is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bulU with our m��te-
rlals that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
2l_i-EY Bros.. Ltd.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��14.400,000.00
reserve 11,000,000.00 p^to^n^^t'^oi^eridTOt^aiin
Branches   throughout   Canada   and | would declare himself as to theater-
Newfoundland, and in   London, Eng-
missing plan has been shown by experience to be a costly one for the
people.
Effect on Real Estate.
The announcement of the location
of the railway has also roused considerable attention among real estate
men. It wlll have been observed that
the terminus for the Mainland line at
English Bluff ls on an Indian reserve
outside the railway belt, and this has
probably been done with the object of
preventing litigation. The optimism
of the men who have been buying
land ln the West End with  the ex-
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
rntiV  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
r_EU' WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
mlnals. will be considerably damped
by the statement from the railway
magnate that the C. N. R. will not
buy a foot of land on the coast till
the agreement of the executive has
been ratified by the provincial legislature at Its next session.
Mr. Mann did not visit Westminster as was expected, having a call
east, leaving yesterday for Winnipeg.
Electric Workers Ask Increase.
Ottawa, Oct. 20.���Electric workers
of this city ask for a minimum of 30
cents an hour after November 2. This
was a decision at a mass-meeting last
right.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
E G. TRAVES, Manager!
PHONE 101.
645   Columbia  Street.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21   .,
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Dally News Hlock, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A. Paige	
<_Mjgj
THURSDAY,  OCTOBER 21.  1909.
THE  COMING CAMPAIGN
As the new leader of    the provincial   opposition,  John   Oliver,  predict.
this extension i.s completed and the
work of construction will be hurried
forward with all possible speed. The
same company bus also now under
consideration the extension of their
city line to Millside. and, unless we
are  very  much   mistaken,  this impor-
Managtng Director  '���""   <l'sll'i'''   win   ere  lonK  >"'  Unked
up with the nty.
With these seveial important iail-
and car line undertakings in immedi-
ite prospect, rjulte a considerable
area of unoccupied land will become
settled. Extensive building operations have taken place in Sapperton
since the commencement of the year,
hut it is sure that this part of the
city will now advance at a very rapid
rate.     It requires no stretch of the
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LOCAL THEATREGOERS
rd. the McBride ministry has decided Imagination to see that land values
to seek a snap verdict on the railway in this district must rise right away,
agreement with the C. N. IC. which More especially will the large section
is apparently to solve the transporta-Jof land lying between the eastern
tion problem of the province. The'end of Columbia street and the river
Government has given five weeks to be affected. The trend of circum-
the province to endorse its record, a'stances is such as to make it certain
time, sufficiently brief to permit of that a large and important industrial
no dimming of the brilliancy of the and residential settlement will grow
proposal now reduced to concrete up in this quarter of Ihe ciiy. thai Is,
form, and nol long enough for the around the Eraser River .Mills, in the
opposition speakers to examine the course of a year or two.
true  history  of the six  years of the "^~
present Government. nl n�� UAWCC  UIT WITU
The Conservative newspapers of LU ITI/IIILU Illl ?!lill
the province, aided by generous doles
from the public treasury, make light
of the growing enthusiasm of Liberals throughout the province, and the
Vancouver News-Advertiser, the organ of the president of the Executive, admits that there is a danger of
over-confidence in the coming election.
While the most sanguine Liberal
little hopes to effect a ministerial
change at tbe present time, there is
every expectation of strengthening
the little band at Victoria, working in
the shades of opposition, yet moulding the ill-drafted legislation of the
McBride administration into operative enactments, and the new leader
Will give the party courage and energy in the coming fight.
The ballot papers are to be separ-
FRONT  STREET
js the place to buy or sell  new- and
second-hand goods of any kind.   We
100 DOZEN JELLY JABS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
11 ey are new.
V,v also have a splendid large case
LEE'S
FOR
Telephone 580.        ���
| Opp.   City Hall | lm Fj[jy MM Bjrds Md
Animals
FURNITURE
Comes  Nearer Fulfilling Advance   Notices Than  Most Musical
Comedies.
Whatever may be said of some of
the previous attractions that have
appeared at the New Westminster
Opera House this season, the one
that held the boards last evening was
strictly of the best.
"Lo" comes nearer fulfilling the advance notices than any production
that has been seen ln these parts for
a long time. As a comic opera it is
strictly first-class. lt is true that
any hopes that may have been roused
by the sight of the name of 0. Henry
as the author were doomed to be
ated so that while the ministry will I shattered. The comedy is allegedly
fulfil its pledge to the Temperance |founded on Henry's story "He Also
party to give a local option plebiscite;
should the province
ingly for this cause, the Ministers dug the remains of the story from the
will have escaped a pledge to bring setting. Nor will Franklin P. Adam's
FRESH COD,
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.
[or sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tell yon all we
have, but no matter what you want,
conic here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia  St.      "Man on the Wheel.
TO   DEAL  WITH   US   MEANS A
YOU.
WE   ARE   MAKING  A   SPECIAL   DISPLAY
WOOLLEN  AND  FLANNELETTE   BLANKETS.
US   ABOUT  THEM.
JUST   ARRIVED,   A   LARUE
MONEY-MAKING  DEAL
FOR
OF    COMFORTERS,
CA1-L   AND  SEE
CONSIGNMENT  OF  ,r0N    ANn
BRASS   BEDSTEADS,  ALL  OF THE    BEST    MANUFACTURE
GREAT SELECTION.
��� All kinds of Fresh Vegetables,
i Call and see our selection of
Z PRIZE   VEGETABLES.
|   Preserving Pears
J       We   have    lots  of    them  and
��� they are first-class.
��� PROMPT DELIVERY.
IS. _. RICHMOND, Manager
time ago announced his purchase of
an aeroplane of Dr. Bell's Silver Dart
tpye, stated yesterday that owing to
the lateness of the season, the aeroplane would not be shipped until next
spring.
Serves,"  but it  would  have  required
an    archaelogist    more    skilled than
go overwhelm- ;evon profe8sor  VVhitefeather to have
Fruit From Exhibits.
The ministers of the city churches
secured a large quantity of the fruit
and vegetable exhibits "from tbe provincial exhibition for the decoration
of the edifices. A load was also taken over to Vancouver fro Christ
church.
the  wishes    of    the    electorate  into
reputation as a humorist be greatly
enhanced by his contributions to the
force, and the whole question may be |score.     Jt is true tnat there are some
shelved. [passages of wit of the real dry Cham-
 ������ pagne  variety,  but they are  for  the
I most part so distinctive of Little Ohl
EAST   END   DEVELOPMENT. Xew   york   that  an  audlenoe  capftble
of appreciating  them  can   hardly  be
New    Westminster    has    expanded   follnd outside of their place of origin,
and  is expanding quite    considerably  or   some   other   burg    equally   metro-
in  each nf    the  three possible diioc-  Politan-      K   would   have   made   their
author weep to see the way in which
some of the choicest children of his
Mrs.  Batonyi  Gets  Divorce.
New  Vork,  Oct.   20.���Mrs.   Frances
j Burke-Roehe-Batonyi   was  granted  an
[absolute  divorce    today    from  Aurel
Batonyi,  the  Austrian  horseman.
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 tee the samples
at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
New goods coming every day.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME.
SNAPS FOR FAIR
L E E'S Furniture Emporium
*���*   *���*   *���*      *** Let's  Block, Columbia  s	
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Columbia  Street,
B.
WEEK
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 2_J
months. j
This is good residential property!
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.
McQuarrie & Col
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
tions. tlnu is to say, east ,north and
west.       The   process  of   development , oraln   coiiapse(i   in   the   face   of   last .p""""���"��� "** "'/��� YYY' * "'  '
quite equal on each \ night's  audience.    They  were  simply George Welch of Po�� ^00^TB,
is  not,  however
of these sides,
movement  has,    for
Comparatively little , cut dead.
Instance." taken     ,TheH  s,fene,;>'    was    "Plendld,
marred   by    the    smallness   of
place  in the    northern  Part  of    the
but.
the
stage, and this too did much toward
city, but both on the east and west a j spoiling some of the best of tbe stage
very bulge number of new houses effects. It is impossible to get thirty-two chorus dames, not to mention
half a dozen or so chorus men, and
I three  or  four  principals  on  a  stage
have gone up within the past few
months, and considerable transactions have been effected in real estate. There has, in fact, been quite
a boom in this direction of late. Up
to the present the investing public
has shown a preference to deal In
West End property. Options and
transfers to quite an unusual extent
have been negotiated ln the last two
or   three  weeks.
Pric
the size of that at the local liouse,
and not avoid the Impression of a
crowd.
The costumes were splendid, and
the ladies who wore them, some of
the most attractive that have been
seen bere for moons.
The music which was by Baldwin
Sloane, seldom rose above tlie average of    the  usual    musical  comedy
Notice  is  hereby given  that thirty ELECTRIC
days  from  date  I  intend   to  apply  to  terms.
F.  S.  Hussey, superintendent ot pro-1
vincial   police,  Victoria.   B.   C,  for  a j
transfer of tlie liquor license held  by
Gilbert Tulloch, for the Tourist hotel,
situated    at Port    Moody,    B.  C,  to
C.
GEO. WELCH,
Port  Moody, October 20, 1909.
SEVEN   MODERN   HOUSES   WITH
LIGHT;     CITY;
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Special Today
FRUIT     AND    CHICKEN
NEAR  TRAM  AND  CITY
DAIRY    AND     PASTURE
MILE  FROM  CITY.
HOUSE AND LOTS, VICTORIA.
SOAP���Special
Soap at 5c, 10c,
per    cake,
samples    of
cards.
for      tomorrow,
loc, 20c and 25c
Come   and    see our
private    Christmas
accordingly all round, and it has become difficult to get a holding in this
part of the city. The exact reason
for this sudden upward movement Is
not. quite easy to assign. But it has
probably been due to a general belief that the Canadian Northern Railway, or one of the other trunk lines
that are likely to run in or through
New Westminster In their extensions
to the coast, would seek a location
for a terminal or depot ln the West
End of the city.
A.s to the Canadian Northern, however, which wlll probably be the first
of the big railroads to fix their coast
terminals here, there is no longer any
doubt as to the direction which their
road wlll take from Its present terminal In Alberta to the coast. The
line will run through the Yellowhead
Pass to the headwaters of the North
Thompson, thence along that river to
Kamloops, and by lis north bank to
a point below Ashcroft, thence by the
south bank of the Thompson and
along tbe south bank of the Fras.
to the New Westminster bridge by
which it will cross over Into this
city. From this side of the bridge
It will turn eastward Into Sapperton
and thence to Vancouver.
. is needless to say that this impo, taut railway undertaking will
prove a more potent Influence In the
commercial and industrial development of New Westminster than anything which has so far taken place
In the history of the city.
Nor will the coming of this railway
be the only factor In connection with
the development of Sapperton. The
B. C. Electric Railway Company will
run their Hastings and Burnaby lake J
extension along the southern margin
of the lake and the Brunette river
and thence by a gentle curve will
join the present terminus of the city
und Sapperton line.     The survey for
es have  risen  There  were, however, several  catchy-
airs, of whieli the best was "For Love
Is All  That  Matters."
As to tlie players, the inimitable
John E. Young, who took the part of
Johnny O'Day, was the only one who
amounted to anything. Dorothy
Brenner, who as Euphemia Simpson
was the prima donna, if a comic
opera may be said to have such a
thing, was noticeable mainly for the
weird costume ln which she appeared
in the last act.
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
good The Sunshine Furnace.
WE DO
��� all kinds of Tinsmithing.
WE REPAIR HEA TERS
FARM
FARM
AND
The Fair
646 Columbia Street. THIRTY   ACRES WITH WATER
We buy for cash and sell for the same  FRONTAGE    SUITABLE  FOR  SAW-
    MILLS.
Not   Yet   But   Soon.
R. Cassidy, manager of the Columbia  Cold   Storage   plant,     who   some
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
TINSMITHING
BUILDING  LOTS, VANCOUVER.
APPLY
ALL     WORK
GUARANTEED
MERBITHEI. 8 RAMSAY
BY
Re the south half of the southwest
quarter of Section 2>>, Township 16,
New  Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title Number 12.179F, issued! _,
In  the name of Robert Fleming Sey-! (jO_.   Eighth   and   Carnarvon
mour, has been filed In this offlce.     | vauioivuu
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication bore- j
of, ln a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, un-, r.NTnw
less in  the meantime  v��H'i nMnrilnn I wmniun. OHIO.
TELEPHONE  586.
iDIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO.
valid objection |
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry    Office,  New   Westminster, B. C, October 11, 190..
Prices given on application for Fire.
Burglar proof and other safes; vault
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent, H. J. a. BURNETT Accountant and auditor, P. o    Box*691
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster.
WE SELL THE KOO TEN A
RANGE.
KIRK'S HARDWARE,^* w��__
nster, B.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCKS AND DEER, ETC,
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. T. PRINCE
Auditor and 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.
MEATl
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Marfe)
Oornar Efchtt St ani   nf_ Aw��a
PHON* Wl
���DWELL _  ODDV. Proor.'tor-
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
TRADE   WITH   US  AND   SAVE   MONEY
APa^d%ei!75"p_^_,oaxVe a l0t ��f niCe apP'eS at ?1-25' S1-50
COKRD GRAPES-^ basket 70c.(large
C. A. WELSH, The People's Grocer.
EGGS-The eggs we are selling at 3 dozen for $1 are
giving the very best of satisfaction.   Try them.
BUTTER- Three pounds of first-class country butter
for $1.00.
Phones 193 and 443.   SappertonPhOTe373 iRSDaV
OCTOBER 21.  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVB.       1
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
Nobby Styles in
Ladies' Separate Coats
j-,s' 7-8 length Coats, made in fine broadcloth, military effect.
uv   myrtle, brown,  black,   satin-lined   throughout.     Special
Colors, nav/.     /
1  $26.50
Price	
Ladies' 7-8 length Coats, in covert  cloth,  patch   pocket,  and   but-
trimmings:   very serviceable coat..   Special   Price    $16.50
Ladies' tweed Coats,   in   dark manish tweed;  very smart. Special
....  $17.50
SPORTING NEWS
] This is the House of Quality
Phone I76.
; NO JUNIOH LAbHUSSE
tOK THANKSGIVING DAY
HETCHELL SHOULD NEVER
HAVE MET JOHNSON
Mantle Department, Second Floor.
Tlie Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
HEADACHES
w .vn   caused hy deranged Btomach can be relieved
by   suitable   medicine.    Eyestrain   win   cause   ip"
���yebal] Itself, often extending to the temple and eye-
Iron   r ba   ; of the head.
Properly fitted  glasses  alone   will     relieve     these     distressing
conditions.   We do not charge for consultation.
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
Dominion  Trust   Illdp.
W. F. TATE,
New  Westminster,  13. C
mgements for Tournament for Mr.
s  Watches Cannot Be  Made
i  Time  for  Monday.
p Indications are that there
i loi lacrosse tournament
liver    watches    donated  by
of Alberni for compe-
";i"ri ' -��� the Junior lacrosse players ol  i .      ity,
from the junior teams
waited    upon Secretary
Ryall oi tin   Lacrosse Club lasi even-
��������� .'.nd  ! dd  their side of the ques-
'''"'��� b< fore   li i,     The delegates from
I thai it would he im-
i"        ���   ' ���-. to get  up a team
comp . i |y of    players under
wanted the age limit
set  pp'  ei|       ���    bul   Mr.  Burde  had
expr. ted that no play,.,- in
the teami Deting should be over
sixteen.
The Easi Enders proposed that an
amalgai be  brought   about  be
tween tin E lertons and themselves
for the purpose of putting a team in
tbe  Held  againsl   the  West   Hnds.
in replj : i ihis, however, it w-as
pointed out thai Mr. Burde had given
the watches for competition among
the three teams existing in the Junior
City league, and that the amalgamation of two of the teams would not
1"- in accordance with his ideas on
the mal t< ���
It was further decided that a tournament hurriedly arranged at the last
moment as the one proposed for
Thanksgiving Day would have been,
would do little to encourage junior
acrosse in this city, this being the
purpose for which Mr. Burde had donated the watches.
Taking all these things into consideration it was deemed advisable to
postpone the games for the watches
until next year. This decision was
communicated to Mr. Burde, and un-
.ss he expressly requests that the
matches be played off this year, the
watches will be hung up for Ihe winners in the Junior City League next
year. If this is done there should
be some of the best junior lacrosse in
this city in 1910 that has ever been
seen on the coast.
&(i!f   IrFMMITUKBiIi
'��� ' ' - ...���ii.-', CARPETS fiiiritiTM osi.-ui
W
His  Weight  Said  t-   Have  Been  Only
168  Pounds    Instead  of  176,  as
Given Out.
New    York,   Oct.    20.���Information
which is said lo come from a reliable
Bource on the Pacific ooast, and
which is given currencj bere, is to
the effect that misleading statements
were purposely made ah to Stanley
Ketchel's weight when he fought
Johnson lasi Saturday. Becaus. ol
criticisms of the match when it was
made, to the effeci that it was manifestly unfair to pit the giam negro
againsl su small an opponent it is
said thai Ketchel's weight wag given
out at 176, when as a matter of fact
he did not Bcale more than IDs, ac-
cording to iln- Information reaching
this city, and lhat Johnson weighed
more than 205 pounds, which gave
him an Immense ii noi Insurmountable advantage. By announcing Chat
Johnson weighed 196 and Ketchel
176, more interest was excited in the
fight, than would have been shown If
the alleged real weights of the men
had been disclosed. Eastern sporting men are awaiting the fight pictures to personally judge the size of
the two  men
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WE ARE PLEASED TO SHOW
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The Royal Bank of Canada
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Capital  Paid up $ 4,700.000
Reserve Fund      5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
Langford Issues Challenge.
Xew York, Oct. 20.���Sam Langford
the negro pugilist, is out with another
offer tor a light with Stanley Ketchel.
and declares that he can stop the
Michigan fighter in less time than it
required Johnson to do it. Ketchel
and Langford were matched at catch
weights and were ready to fight here
when their bout was called off because of the activity of Governor
Hughes. Langford now wants to
meet Ketchel for a $5000 side bet
and any fair division oi the purse at
catch weights or at 158 pounds, the
fight to be held at Colma, Cai., at any
time agreeable to Ketchel. By whipping Ketchel, Langford hopes to
make a match with Jack Jonnson. He
has been after Johnson for a long
time, and many of his supporters
share his belief that he can defeat
the black giant.
In and  out of  town  accounts  solicited.
SAVINGS   BANK  DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
New Westminster,  B.  C.   Branch,
F.  SHUTE.  Manager.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application has
,been made to register Thomas Knight
'Jr., as the owner in fee simple, under
a tax sale deed from Inspector of
Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing
date the 5th day of September, A.D.,
1907, 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
Province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as
Lot 9, Block 10, of part of Lot 29A,
Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest In the said land by virtue of  any   unregistered    instrument,
Salmon Bellies
Refuse Challenge
Fought 15-round Draw.
Albany, N. Y., Oct. 20.���Fighting
Dick Nelson, of New York, and Kiu
Henry, of Troy, fought fifteen rounds
lo a draw last night. Nelson had a
shade the better of the bout.
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
THE  "GEORGIA   PEACH"
WANTS   MORE   BOODLE I
and all persons claiming any Interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
>are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the date of the 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 will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in
respect of the said land, and I shal'
register Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for
thirty days in a daily newspaper published ln New Westminster and a
weekly newspaper published at Chilliwack will be good and sufficient service  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.
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT   ST., WINDSOR  BLOCK.
TENDERS
Will be received up to noon on Saturday, October 23rd, for the excavating of a portion of Lot 21 in dty
Hlock 13, on Clarkson street, and Hip
construction of a concrete retaining
wall in rear of same. Plans and spec-
lflcations may be seen at the offlce of
the undersigned.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
MALINS, COULTHARD & CO. Ltd.
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(Continued from Page One.)
of the most successful In the annals
of the organization,
Arrangements were made for having the names of the two teams
against which New Westminster has
this year successfully defended the
Minto cup. properly inscribed upon
that august piece of silverware.
It was further decided to have the
cups held by the cluh, which are at
present on view in the Carnegie Library, properly labeled, so that the
curious in such matters may know
just exactly what slaughtered foes
th.-y represent
Attention was drawn to the
kick emanating from one of the
Vancouver newspapers to the effect
that no picture of the Vancouver Lacrosse Club had place ln the exhibit
dealing with lacrosse in this city, at
the late Fair. It was pointed out
that the principal reason for the lack
was the fact that the Salmon Bellies
were not happy in the possession of
a picture of their hereditary enemies.
It is probable that a photograph of
the champions will be sent to the
Vancouver Cluh in the hope that they
will reciprocate In  kind.
The players were Instructed to get
their photographs taken at Ritchie's
studio.
The matter of the award of the
B.C. senior amateur championship to
Maple Leafs at a meeting held in
Vancouver on Tuesday evening came
up for discussion, and While the executive considered the award had not
heen fairly made, they considered
themselves unable to take any action
In the matter.
Detroit. Oct. 20.���"Ty" Cohb. the
star of Hughie Jennings' Detroit
team, will be a $10,000 beauty next
season. Commander Jennings will
receive no less than $15,000, Two
years ago Cobb had to fight to get a
$5000 contract from the Detroit club.
It  runs out  this year.
Cobb has played great ball for the
Tigers, and is just as good a drawing
card as ������Hans" Wagner. Tyrus has
probably been directly responsible f<"-
an extra quarter of a million people
taking in the American league games
this season. He's still a kid. is improving with each season, and if
placed on the market would brinf
150,000. Anyhow, he would fetch
more money than any other player in
the profession.
Cobb realizes his cleverness and
Importance. Wagner gets $10,(100
from Pittsburg. Detroit will have to
pay hlm that figure next season. He
wlll demand It, and he freely states
that President Navlin will either give
it to hlm or he will spend at least
one summer down ln Georgia.
Alaska Runn��.r After Wada.
Seattle, Oct. 20.���Advices from
Nome. Alaska, are to the effect that
Mike Sawin. winner of the several
long-distance races in Alaska, is coming to Seattle soon to arrange a race
with Wada, the Japanese runner,
within the next three months If possible.
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Y��u Can   Make   No   Mistake
"Dug" Goes East.
Seattle, Oct. 20.���President Dug-
dale, of the Seattle Baseball Cluh,
will leave next week for Memphis,
Tenn., to attend the annual meeting
of the National Association. He will
be accompanied by Mrs. Dugdale,
President Lucas, who has returned to
Portland, will also go as the official
delegate of the Northwestern League.
Joe Cohn, owner of the Spokane cluh,
also  figures on  being  present.
i
Hym" b" y��Ur numer0U8 wants    '�����*    Stationery,    Books,    Bibles,
thlna" B����kS' Ma9"ines. Foreign  Newt Papers, and in fact any
^suahy carried I" a flrst-clas8 Stationery 8tore.
��� Pieman' ^ d'PiCt ,r��m th* ma"ufact"''ers '�����" ��Pot ca8h' no mld'
_    tt,0n^n S Profit to be added and therefore we can show you some
��� "Slaving   prices
you ,_' "tW  En9li8h Church Hymn Book* are now In stock.   Do
y0u ^ire  one?
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8��okscllerS, Stationers, Newsdealers    | Friday  Efeililig, __.0__r 22
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
NOTICE
A PUBLIC MEETING
will be held under the auspices of the
Canadian Labor Party In the
Labor Hail
ON
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AT 8 O'CLOCK, P.M.
For the purpose of discussing the advisability of placing a candidate In
the field at the coming Provincial
Elections. All Interested ln direct
Independent Labor representation are
earnestly invited.
Rubber
Goods
HAVE ADVANCf.D 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 W_EK. 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.
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Manufacturers and Dealers inJAtl Kino" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
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Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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Telephone 12.
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This kind of insurance is as necessary
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Enquire for particulars.
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THE INSURANCEJjMAN,
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PACE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2l
190..
Kettle river a distance of
miles.
The company is getting; the old
Midway & Vernon subsidy, which the
courts bave held is still existing; and
it has agreed to pay the old debts of
the Okanagan Construction Company
in connection with the grading out t.>
Midway.
The payments to the company for
ih,. construction of i.-i all about 260
'miles "ill be mad.- by the governmenl "ii i very ten miles when 30
, , , are built, the government thereby folding back payments on 2o until
Icompletlon of the portion subsidized.
Construction is to be commenced
within six months after the agreement  ip-p confirmed by the legislature
.i to be completed within four
years.
The white labor and fai] wage
clauses are also Included in the
agreemenl with the Kettle Valley
Railway.
Government States
Railway Policy
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway belt ln British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is tha sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
16U acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
th-e local land offlce for the district
in which the land is situate. Entry |
by proxy  may, however, b
certain    conditions    by    the    father,: pory
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bis- L . ..    ���, , ;       ,,V   ,'.   ,
ter Of an Intending homesteader. Wjt? of ^ M,n,stCr of the Intertor
The homesteader Is required to perform tlit, 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.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides u[ion a farm ln the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
(Continued from Page One.)
security for the guarantee, as well as
a covenant from the entire Canadian
Northern system. The route Of the
line will be through the Yellowhead
pass to the headwaters of the North
Thompson; thence along the river to
Kamloops; thence, on the north bank
of the Thompson, to a point below
Ashcroft; thence, on the south bank
of the Thompson, and along the south
bank of the Eraser across the New,
Westminster bridge to Vancouver.
and from Xew Westminster to English -Bluff. Work is to be started
within three months of assent to the
bill, and Is to be completed within
four years. The maximum grade wlll
not exceed  live-tenths.
The Canadian Northern is further
to take over the proposed Victoria
and Barclay Sound Railway, the charter for which was granted recently.
The incorporators of this railway as
given in the bill which received the
assent of the Lieutenant-Governor on
February 13 of this year, are William
K. Houston, Henry Humphrey Jones,
William B. Laird and Charles L. Bet-
terton, all of Victoria. Tlie capital
stock was fixed at $1,500,(1(10 in shares
of $100. The promoters were granted
the usual powers of a railway company.
The Island railway is to be connected with the system of the C N.
R. on the mainland by means of a
car ferry running from English Bluff
to Victoria.
The vote of the upper country is
attended to through the agency of the
Valley   Railway.   Thin
line is to be built from .Midway to
Penticton, from Pentlcton to Summer-
land, and from the latter to Aspon
Grove, and then up the Coldwater
river to join the C. P, R. to Nicola
N.B.-*-Unauthori_ed   publication   of I (affording a through  Coast-Kootenay
this  advertisement will    not be paia |COnnection).
for.
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) If the settler haa his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, tbe 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 he
leased for a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of |1 per
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be leased to one individual or'propofie(] Kettl
company.      A royalty at the rate of
in ,1 ��� on five cen*s Per t0n  s^a"  be collected
'' '        on the merchantable coal mined.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEW8
Westminster's Hot). Paper.
The road from Penticton to Nicola
a distance of 150 miles, is to receive
a subsidy of $5000 per mile in cash
or inscribed stock, and that portion
of the road Is to be taxed at the rate
of $00 per mile, the ordinary rate of
taxation.
The company also agree to build
from Grand Forks up the North Fork
Hour
Goodness
Royal Standard Flour is a
continuous source of pleasure
and pride to ie cook. It
makes the work of the kitchen
delightful, it is made in British Columbia, from sp. daily selected wheat. The milling i.s
conducted with the highest scientific skill and care. Storage
and marketing facilities place
it in you; home in perfect condition, it is a floui that is different  and  superior.
Apart from this. Royal Standard gives each user a chance
to win a handsome loll-piece
china dinner set. Each 49-lb.
sack contains a coupon giving
you an opportunity. There have
been many winners. If you
have not won yet you will undoubtedly be among the many
more.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO.. Ltd.
VANCOUVER,      B.    C-
Railway Time Tables
B   C   E. R- Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheoule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at 6:60, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every balf hour thereafter
until  11:30  P-m
Cars l.-ave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, -:20, 0:50. 7:20 and
8:00 am-. aU(i every half hour thero-
after until 11:00  ..m.
S-jnday  Schedule.
Car* leave Vancouver tor New West-
min ter al "^oO and 9:00 a.m., and
every half bour thereafter until
11 ;30 p.m.
Cars leave N. w Westminster for Vaii
couver at 8:00 a.m., and every ha I
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lasi
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
Bapperton,
lam.
1:00
eraser ..in
ana i     j
Jj.fi).��� Y:i!;i
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 D.m.���hivt i,......
dy cour
P-m���Bast Bumaby,
-cour,-:
s-11..
P-ii!���Hu:
3:30 luii.-ni;, ,,. ,
eluding all y s
9:40  p.m.���Sec.
lo,,, mal, ; i
-eluding  r
Fraser Mills.
A.
Great
N.W. 8:1
_���
p.m.
Lv.  N.  W.  11   a.m.;   ar.
.in.
I.v. N. W. 4:;:- p.in-;
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 am.
a ui.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.
p.m.
4:35 p.m.
Northern   Railway.
o a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:35
Canadian Pacif
ic Rail
W��*yCo
British Columbia Coast Lin.
Service.
TIME T/\BLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEAIT
ROL
S.S.   Prince-,   \;
souver ll p.m., goi
le   daily   e_3.pl    .
S.S.   Chai iv i
.m., dally for VI.
S.S. Princess Chai ���
.ouver, 10 a.m. dai
or Victoria.
Seal
Beattle 3:55
ar. Seattle 9:40
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:65
S.S. Trader wlll   - Victoria
New Westminster -��� I'uesday
Leaves   New   U   , ,'
nesday.
ar. N. W. 9:30
ar. N.W. G:20
ar.  N.W.  -:i!5
|Lv. Seattl
!. m.
iLv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
la.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 6 p.m. to
! city.      Leaves  Thursday,  4   p.m.,  arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
; Frld .y  at  3:50  p.m.,  arrives  In  city
j Saturday at 9 am.
Leaves Port Gulchon  at  1  P.m. on
.Tuesday,  6:30 a.m.  on    Friday,  and
6:30 a.m. Saturday.      Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Loaves  Qulchon  6  am.  each   week
day;   arrives  8:60  a.m.
Leaves   N.   W.   3:50   p.m.   dally   except   Sunday;   ar. Guichon  at  7  D-m.
Mail Service
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria li p.m. 1st and 14 _
each   month   for  Qua '\
ports;   twentieth   of   ��� v b  i.-it__
Ahcuset,   Quatsino,  Cape   Scott a
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE,'
S.S. Joan.
Leave   Vancouver  2  p.m. dally, e|
cept Sunday.    Leaves Nanaimo
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess   Royal,   Leaves Vancwvl
une 25 and July 9.
Princess    May    leave.   Vancouvi
une 1. and Julv 2,
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouvi
une 13 and July '���'..
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New West-
i minster p^st office, tbe hour given ln
I each case  being the hour of closing,
'which  Is half au hour, as a rule, be-
Ifore   the   actual   despatch.     Al]   malls,
!unless otherwise stated, are il.spairii-
ied and received daily except Sunday.
,The   only   mails   dispatched   and   received Sunday are the G. N. R. South
anil V. P. H. east malls, not Including
j the   way   mails,     Sapperton,     Eraser
Mills aud Coquitlam.
The Newest and
Waists, Kimonas,
Most Popular Materials  for Fall
Dressing Gowns, Etc., Are Being
Shown
By
William Hunter Company,
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Ltd.
French Wool Delanies in neat designs are very popular for
Fall and Winter waisls. We have a big variety of Patterns and
colorings in these.      Per yard    25c  to  60c
New designs in Cashmere Finished Wrapperettcs for waists,
kimonas, etc.    Per yard  12 1-2c, 15c, 20c, 25c
Heavy Moleton Wrapperettes for dressing sacques and
gowns 20c and 25c
Japanese Cotton Crepes in large floral designs on H,_ht colored grounds, make elegant kimonas,  Per  yard    ���....25c
Wool Eiderdowns, Bote and warm In an assortment of plain
colors and  fancy  designs. Per yard 60c and 75c
Our lines of "imported" Flannelettes in plain colors or In
stripes are unequaled for value 10c, 12i/2c, 15c, 17'/2c, 20c
See our special "Pyjama" Cloth, an imported English flannelette, very heavy, 34 inches wide ln a variety of neat stripes and
colorings. The most serviceable material procurable for night
shirts, pyjamas, etc 17 ^.2c
William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
Mails Despatched.
0:00 a.m.   (closed at eleven o'ciock
ithe   previous   ui^liU ��� Vancouver     via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. It. east taking all points
;east including Langley and district.
The mail lor Ahbo.sioid aud district, Clayburn and district, Hunting-
'don and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points east aud soutn;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Ha_
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Pralri,-, Ha
relmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays  aud  Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via 13. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.111.���Strawberry Hill, Timberland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Hast Uurnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, (by courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months close at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mal] despatched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nleomekl, and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Don Accord, Tuesday anil Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Uurnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Bialne and Seattle, Including all U.
S. points east and sou__, via G. N. R-
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Fraser Mllls. This mall takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt MeadowB, Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
Lytton, Llllooet, Spenees' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all Doints east
except Kootenays.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL  SERVICE.
SS.   Queen   City  leav-.    V.i:
June 14 and 27, and every two wrt|
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.  Beaver,
From  New   Westminster   Mondfl
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursd^
and Saturday at 7 a ni-
For   reservations   .n\  intnrma.ua1
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New Westmlnnej
C.  II. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Paes. Agent. Vancoarel
J. W. TROI f.
General Superintendent virtonl
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVEl
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE" I
Eight Trains Every Day in the Ve
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.      LT"!
Embodies the  newest and  best M��!
for   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
LUXURY.      It  ls   lighted   with ""'"I
electricity and gas; the most brllllawf
ly Illuminated train in the world. Wl
equipment consists of private oompart-l
ment cars, standard 16 Bection il    |
ers,    luxurious dining car,    r
chair oars   (seats  free),  modern <W
coaches and buffet, library snd WK*
Ing cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or ��nf)
further informal lon call en cr write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. W*fli.
���
Malls  Received.
6:45 a.m.���Bialne and Seattlv, Including all U. S. points, via G. N. K.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 ��.o 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, fort
Gulchon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first tmin)
. UNMUN PACIFIC
_..._.ast_._ilin.
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Dally at 11 P"1
and 10 a.m. via Victoria.
To Victoria���Daily at 10 a-ui.
1   Pm- , nt
To Alaska���Every   Saturday an
""To Prince Rupert-Etery Saturday
at 11 p.m. .   ap^nnd
To Queen Charlotte lsland-t>ec-
and 16th of each month.
To Nanaimo,  Union, Comox
direct
and
U
day and Thursday at 2 p.m.
Saturday
To Nanaimo���Daily at 2 p.m.
FROM  NEW WESTMINSTER.
PhllllWftCK
Upper eraser rlw to    Ct.i,er
jid    way   Points-Steamer
eaves Westminster at 8 "r"'-.0retBt_.
day,  Wednesday and J riu.iy,        oD
ing leaves    Chilliwack at 7 *m
������sday,  Thursday  and  Sat nu .
Xr further particulars call or
688 ED. GOULET, A^nt.
New Westmlnstei'
or
C   B. Foster, 0cdaV. ��ct0BER 21'
1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during the day
The Daily News
is therefore the
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If you are not a subscriber to The Daily
News you can not be
well informed on the
news of the day.
Keep yourself posted
by reading ALL the
newTs early each morning in The Daily News
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
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to print. We re-
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deaths, school doings,
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Get your name on our
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The Daily News
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IF8ENCH PULilE UNEAITE
GANG OF GERMAN SPltS
W        - -    Had   Well
0r9ar- ��� r      D -covering
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city
quart.
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of this
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of the *
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work.
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the  most    cot.
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'  ��� ears thai ranized
p
to I       '',
���   worth  knowing.      A      - -  <_e
'ed.
THUS- GOVERNMENT      j
OFFERS LAND TO JEWS
money s worth when
IL Pure Paints because
(bey better protect the surface
they cover, and they cover more sur.
face to the g_ilon. They do protect
better, because they contain a special
ingredient that nearly c rabies tlie life of
these paints as compared with other kinds
Purs 'Paints
coVer better
They cover more because they are made
of pure materials of best quality, in the
proportions taught by seventeen years
paint-making for practical painters; and
they are ground right anJ mixed perfectly with the right kind of oil
Forty colors for interior and exterior
Work of eVery sort. Made hy Imperial
Varnish & Color Co., Limited, Toronto
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents for New West minster and district
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PAIS?
We
Donate   Land  Along  tbe   Bagoad
Railway   to   Leaders  of   Zionist
Movement.
Berlin, Oct. 20.���According    to the
Lokal   Anzeiger's  Constantinople  cor-
Japs  Visit Schools.
Ottawa. Oct. 2'.'.���The Japanese
merchant*' commission paid Its respects to Sir Richard Cartwright this
morning, holding a short conference
with him in respect to trade matters.
In  their quest  for knowledge of Ca-
respondent the  Turkish    government I nadlan   affairs  they  have  visited   all
ls about to make an offer of accept- the local schools from the highest to L ,        ,. ..,-,,_
ance which will go far to bring about! the  lowest    grade,    the    civic  water , __,.__no,Uce mnst tdk* a11 the ���ks ��*
a realization of tiie Zionist program.   : plant,  the    government   departments,
Hamada Pasha,    Minister of   Pious .the work of the International Marine
foundations,   has   resolved   to    invite ' Signal   Company,  and  the  parliamen-
Jews of all countries who wish, to live tary library.
in Palestine to colonize the land al".n_ ���	
the line of the Bagdad railway, which  Conservative Convention in Winnipeg
is now  being built.
Tbe suggested area covers    nearly '    Ottawa, Oct. 20.���It is now regard-
70,1 0 1,0   - _cres in Palestine and along led here    as most    probable that the
the   valley  of  the   Euphrates  to  the , Conservative   convention   called   for
Persian gulf.    The soil is fertile and j September, 1.10, will meet in Winnl-
the climate  fine.
peg.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
caution-ad against hauling loads ot
any kind over it.
Persons  continuing to do to after
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cleric.
City  Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
Demonstrations   Forbidden.
Madrid. Oct.  20.���Minister of    Jus- j
tiv- La Cievera issued an order today
prohibiting the anti-government manifestations on Sunday, which are v -
lng arranged in this city and through-
out the provinces.      A demonstration j
of students against the restoration of
the  law  which  permits  the paytn'-n*. j
of a money indemnity in lieu of mill- j
tary  service,  was  broken   up  by  the j
police today.
King   Manuel    is   III.
Lisbon. Oct. 19.���King Manuel is
'confined to his bed with an intestinal
i trouble.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���vffl.ee 'Pbone Its.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot th�� city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Re part Cl acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, N.w
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of t"ae loss of certificate of title number 1757a, Issued in
the nam-e of William Oleson, has been
filed in this office.
| Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month trorn
I the date of the first publication h.re-
,of in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.     New   West-
' nlnster, B. c, Angus. 2, 1909.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
The monthly meeting of the Benevolent Society will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
S. S. TRANSFER
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
1 Take notice that an application has
bern made to register Anni* Ryder
[as owner in fee simple, under a tax
The steams Transfer will iea.e :Bale deed from Sidney A. Fk-tcher to
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day -)nnie, *rd��r. b?���g ***e V*,,1^
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladr.-r West- *?>' ��* October A. D., 1906 of all and
ham Island and way ports, returning ,si,n?ular that certa!" ���� f> ��r *��*
to    New    Westminster   on following o�� Al*��**,   p��mis^ ,a tUttt^   K
day.   Saturday,  returning  same  e. .n- ,���A  ***�� ln . *��    *��trI�� ��fnf g��
,   ' ��� e W estminster. in the Province of Bnt-
s' |ish      Columbia,    more    particularly
Additional trip Monday morning,, known and described as Lot 23,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a,m.      j Block 1;  Lots 8, 9, 16 and 17. Block
4; Lots 1, S, 9, 16 and 17. Block   6;
Trips will be made to Steveston as JLots 4, 5, 12, 13 and 20, Block 9: Lots
business warrants. h   8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 10; Lots 1, 8,
This schedule subject to change 19. 16 and 17, Block 12; Lots 4, 5, 12.
without notice.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Une," Omaha to
Chicago, "South Wnt Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
13 and 20. Block 13; Lots 1, 8. 9, 16
and 17. Block 14; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and
17, Block 16; Lots 4, 5, and 20, Block
17; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 18;
Lot 6. Block 21; all subdivisions of
Lot 203, Group 1.     Lots 10, 11, 12, 13,
14 and 15. Block "K" subdivision of
Lot 26S, Group 1; Lotg 24, 25, 26. 27,
31 and 32, Block 1; Lots 2. 3, 4. 5, 6,
������ 17, 10, 11, 12, 13. 14. 15 18, 19 and 20.
Re  14-100 acres of portion  of sec; Block  4;   Lot 16, Block 5;   Lots  1. 8,
tion 21   block 5   north range 6, west 9, 16 and 17. Block 15;  Lots 4. 5, 12.
113 and 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
of certl-'203, Group 1;  Lot 7. Block 4, of Lot
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the ios���    .   .
flcate of title number 5657F issued in ,227. Group 1. Map 1.4.
the name of Island Lodge No. 24. I. O.!    You and those claiming through or
O  F.   has been filed in this office.      j under you and all persons claiming
Notice ls her_bv given that I shall. (any interest ln the said land by vlr-
lat the expiration'of on. month from tue   of  any  unregistered  instrument.
No  trains in   tbe  service  on    any,the date o{ the first pu_iication here- and all persons claiming any interest
railroad   in  the  world that  equal   in j0f. in a dally newspaper published in jin  the   said  land by^ <K'Bcient'tvwh��if��
equipment  that   of   the   Chicago, Milwaukee &  St.  Paul RaHway.      They
.wn and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence ot
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent
184 Third St, cor. Aldar. Portland. Or.;
the  citv  of  New  Westminster,   issue title ls not registered under the pro-
a   duplicate   of    he   said   certificate, (visions of  the  "Land Registry   Act
unless  is the  meantime valid  objec-iare required to contest the claim of
Uon be made to me in writing. the  tax  purchaser    within ten  daya
C. S. KEITH
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce,  New Westminster, B. C, September 9. 1909.
iSTOCK OF
GOODS FOR
TENDER.
SALE BY
60 YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Mark*
Designs
Copyrights Ae.
ArtTonfl "ending ��� sketch and description may
Quickly ascertain our opinion free whether st,
InTentlon Is probably patentable. Con��ni__le_
ttonsstrlctlycontldentlal. HANDBOOK on.ateau
���sent fr.-e. Oldest agenc for sec_rtinr patents.
Patents taken through _lui;n a Co. ISOSM
SftciaX notlet, without charge. In the
Scientific America!..
A handsomely Ul.strst._i weealy. Largest circulation of any scte'Ultlc Journal. Terms for
Canada. ��-.._ a year, postage prepaid. Sold by
all newsdealers.
MUNN I Co.*6"���^ Nsw York
iiraisch .mce. ���_ F SU W_��h.__:.u. V. C
from the date of the first publication
of this notice and In default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being
flled within such period, or ln default
of redemption before registration, you
and each of you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up
any claim to or *i respect of the said
land, and I shall register Annie Ryder
as owner thereof ln fee. And I hem-
Tenders will be received by the un- bv order that publication of this no-
; dersigned at the sheriff's ofiice, Court ,["-- jor ten ,jays jn a jaiiy newspaper
I House, New Westminster, up to 12 published in New Westminster will
(o'clock noon, on Wednesday, the,^. good and sufficient service tbereot.
i twenty-seventh day of October, 1909, | Dated at the land registry offlce,
I for the purchase of the stock, etc., of ij^ew Westminster, Province of Britisa
T>. F M. Perkins, general merchant, Columbia, this 30th dav of August,
Mission City, B. C. Persons desirous jA d._ 1909.
!of inspecting the stock can do so by i c. 8. KEITH,
applying to A. W. Lane, Esq., provin- District Registrar.
clal constable. Mission City. -    ,        Es
inventories of the stock can be seen
on    application    at my    offlce.    vpn' j
Westminster, or to Mr. Lane at Mis- j
sion City. It H E HOME        PAPER
The highest or any tender not nec- j
essarily accepted.     Terms cash.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
Assignee.
Sheriff's office,  New    Westminster,
October 12, 1909.
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.AGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21,
1909.
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.
PROOR
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.
NA-DRU-C0
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
��� THE ���
T. A.
& CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
\M\��     PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
PHONE 475.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS. Prop.
NIGHT SCHOOL
Your spare time is worth money.
Why not  use it?
We can prepare you for a responsible position that will mean
Advancement.
Do not stand Still. Improve your
position. Expert teachers. Quick
results.
Westminster Modern Business
School
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
Hltsn.wtt.nn6i
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
be transacted In the offices
lately occupied by McBride &
Kennedy, 2S Lorne street, in
the company's head office building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F. J. HART, Manager.
New Westminster, Sept. 25th,
1900.
Bob Stevenson's whole stock of
lwot. a_nl shots to be sold off In
thirty days. ���Jll'-
For pianos, organs, sewing machines, talking machines, sheet music and records go to J. H. Todd's
music liouse,  Columbia  street.
ln the city police court yesterday.
Henry Joseph, an Indian was arraigned before .Magistrate Corbould charged with having liquor in his possession and was fined %'iii and costs. A
Dutchman, who while drunk created
a disturbance on Columbia street.
was fined  the usual  J^.oii  and costs.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie-
IGreviihouse, R20S.
The ladles of Knox church, Sapper-
jton, will hold their annual Thanksgiving supper at the Johnston hall on '
.Monday, October 21,. Supper will be
served from 5 to "r.'.'Ai p.m., after
which a musical program will be rendered.      Tickets, _o cents.
The CP.R. steamer Trader arrived
iin port yesterday with a cargo of
[ 3,500 sacks of cement from Todd toilet for Gilley Bros., to be used to
Ithe construction Of the Hassam pav-
irg to be laid on Columbia Avenue.,
The vessel then left to load freight
at Ladner, returning to the city today to finish her cargo.
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 j
fruit   and   flowers  for  decoration   will
be thankfully accepted    and  may be
delivered at the church    on  Wednesday.    The   service  will  be   repeated
on   the   following   Sunday   at   11   a.m.
and 7:30 p.m.
A  large  timber,  26  inches    square i
and sixty feet in length, has been de- j
livered   at   the   department   of  public-
works   wharf.     The   timber   will     be
used for a spud to replace one which
Is the worse for wear on the dredge
King   Edward.     A   large   casting   for
the   foot   has   been     made     by     the j
Schaake Machine Works, and men are |
now getting the spud ready for use.
Dr. J. D. Gamble, optician, is at
H25 Columbia street, Room 13, every
Friday.
Buy orchard lands while they are
cheap and become independent. We
are thy official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Let
us tell you about thtir choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite an'l
fruit district along the line of the
B. C. Electric Chilliwack line and V.
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
This section excells in the production
of all fruits. Come at once while the
best lands are selling cheap and let u^
show you this section at our expense.
We can s.ll five, ten, fifteen and
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms. if'.
J. Hart & Co., Ltd. ���'
Everything for tbe gardsn at Tidy's
phone IS.. ������
A Japanese, who was injured In a
collision between a crowded hand car
and a caboose, was brought to the
Royal Columbian hospital yesterday
Ifrom Port Hammond in a somewhat
seriously condition. The injured man
was working on the track with a C.
P.R. extra gang, and with the rest W*s
on the hand ear running at high
speed. In a ballast pit the car ran
suddenly Into a stationary caboose,
and tbe trackmen were thrown to the
track. The injured man was carried
to the train on a mattress. Today
he is progressing favorably.
Repairing    neatly    done    by  D.  F.
Qulgley at Sinclair's shoe 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
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra ri
trip arriving in the city in tlie
ing.      Trips will
Have you seen these Separ.
ate Skirts we are showing?
nr . .'_
_~*?��V
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"Lifebuoy Soap ls delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. Kor washing underclotliitm it is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������
I  11 IL Made in south bend KAiN VjJL
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Good Line of Second-Hand and New Heaters
For Sale Cheap.
S Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster |
tunn
even-
��� je made to Steveston as the business  warrants. **
The case of Leitch vs   Harrison River   Shingle   Co.,   which   has     several
times been  adjourned,  wlll  come up
|for trial   before Judge  Howay  in  the
| county    court    this    morning    at    11
'o'clock.    Tomorrow threee cases will
be up for trial, Staples vs. Fader, Fulton vs. Fader, ami Martin vs. Winds if.
These are the only cases set  for trial
prior to  the  sittings of the    assi/.e
court.
If some of your personal papers���
deeds, Insurance policies, agreements
of sale, mortgages, etc., should be destroyed by fire would it not give you
great   inconvenience,   annoyance   and
worry?     it   certainly   would.     ,\   box
j in our safety deposit vault  costs little, ls very convenient, and gives you
tlie  most perfect security.    Dominion
i Trust Co.,  Ltd., T.  R.  Pearson, man-
jager New Westminster branch.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters j j
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
West End Property
GOOD BUYS
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
x ���
X ���
We  want you to  see
them.
The materials for the Separate Skirts incline more and
more to the slightly rou^h
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
TOE 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 lf done hy hand ln a neat floral design embracing
the new sunburst effect and fi.e other equally artistic an'l
neat patterns. The embroidery Is accompanied by four
groups of fine pin-tucking, to give a garment a most desirable fulness. There are flve large ocean pearl buttons
down the centre front The sleeves are finished with link
cuffs and the laundered are detachable, the entire effect
being  strictly   mannish.      Price only       ...$200
DAINTY DELAINE WAISTINGS FOR AUTLMN H'E_
We are ready to show you some of the prettiest waistings ever manufactured; soft, drapy fabrics thai make UP
charmingly Into blouses of wlnsomeness 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
V
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 oi
green, grey, blue.      Price per pair 75c
Women's pure wool underwear, full fashioned Bhapes,
perfect fitting; some fine ribbed, others plain, long Bleeves,
with drawers to match.   Price, per garment . .$1.15 to $..00
ELEGANT ONE-PIECE
Evening Reception Gowns
APPROPRIATE    FOR   ALL   DRESSY
FUNCTIONS. IN       NETS,      SILK,
MULL,   LINGERIE.
$9.75 to $29.75.
White china sill; i��� 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 jn bretellles effect over shoulders
Price    $29.75
White Brussels net lined on silk with insertions of
lace; others to ecru Point d'Esprit, tucked skirt made
with full flounce.     Price    ...$17.50
Mull gowns In white, blue, pink and hello, embroidered
In white; also white 'broderle Anglaise." Some with one
piece tucked; net yokes, long sleeves finished with point
at wrist.     Price ..  ������     $9.75
Latest
Arrivals in
Fancy
Neckwear
,Iusi arrived by express
today, very large assortment
of stunning Neckwear including Hghl bu Beets ��
Dutch    styles,    with Jabots.
Price, each 40c to 75c
Very pretty ehlffnn nich-
ings for the neck, -1 in. ,|,N;
colors pink, blue and White.
Price per  box   ..
...20c
New shades of musUa
ruchings with colored Baun
edge In colors of Pink. MM,
hello, catawba, white. Vnc*
per frill   ���������  "'
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Ri!!; -P   ���

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