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FIRE
INSURANCE
|T��SHlLESACO.
TEW WESTMINSTER, *_0_
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    phone 85.
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IINSTER, B. C, MONDAY  MORNING,  NOVEMBER  1, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PEB COPY.
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3
N STARTS
NANAIMO gets CLEARING HOUSE
BIG NEW INDUSTRY
^cation of Terms of C
Contract is Signal
Foi
Joining Battle.
Herring   Packing   Company   Purchases
Site  Near Waterfront in Coal
Mining   Town.
Nanalmo,    Oct.    31.���Tin- Nai
herring Canning    and    Packing  Co
, .;���.- terms |Ltd-' liav(' completed the purchasi
--.. ;                        .'.," McBride   thi Ir site and will commence building
Ithe cont -,,   1:i ���on I 	
MAY OPEN HERE
Vancouvi i
M-Cottons , .   rday morn.
lias  at   last
t
hM��p". -*
IL possible tin ning of the
middle oi
^"present i ild sei   the bat-
el
Real Re.ison Disclosed.
I-,   _ governmenl
J . e i xpected to
T, ...   while 'b,   I        electors  of
leprovin.'   i the real rea-
f. '. of R. G. Pulton
I jj I uf all the sub-
y....- -. ���   the  bush   as
Jthe pub :' ' the terms.
r-e, nflrms    thi   worst j
L-sof tl spected that the
jjtilgiilt: tements    given
L i.i pn ' Ide, as to whe-
lfMiwas thi esl on the bonds
[the bond -��� Ives thai  the
Irovince was ��� ti antee it is set :
(db in plain 11 .. and white in the j
.;��� 'iul  pari  of till' !
ijtraci ' ernment of Brit- j
ij Columbia shall "guarantee the i
ip.? ��� company to the
tent of $35,000 per mile of the said
ebuilt within i ��� province, togeth-
(with the interest thereon at the
le of four per cent, per annum,
yablp half yearly."
By the- publication of the terms of
e contract i in ment   admits
i it would bind the provinci' for
Jenormous ol $46, 1,000, the
lly lecurit;        .   the lines of the
J X R within the  province.      The
jmv-a In full      i ��� follows:
Ilii    '   iu':    Northern    Railway
ppary agrees as follows;
j "     iild a line of    railway   to
peel with the  main   line  of  the
utadlan Northern   Railway  through
le Provii.e. tii,.   Yellowhead
ha to th.  i       ol  Vancouver, via
|eNorth Thompson river to a point
; Kan loops;    thence down
I        i Thompson     and     Fraser
operations this week.   The siti  i
en by the company is situated on the
waterfront in the vicinity ol thi
vincial jail, and    Ig  a  block of land
1253.125.      Tlie plana Of the bui
havi- been  drawn  up, tl e machinerj
is in New Westminster in readim
for shipping at mice, and from now On
work will   be   rushed   us rapidly as
possible.
Mr. F. L. Body, of Vancouver, will
be in the city within a few dayi
will open up temporarj o:);e ��� s lor the
company, winch will be i.. use until
such a time as the planl ir- completed,
with oflice suites, etc, In the meantime Mr. Body stales thai no 'i'1"'
is to be lost if the company wishes
to take advantage of the coming season, and it is therefore Imperative
thai   all    work  be    rushed.      When
completed Ihe canileiy will employ
some 35 men, and will have a capacity of 6000 cans pe r day.
WIRES EOR MONEY
ONCE TOO OfTEN
Got It First" "time, But Second Reply is a Trap Set
By Police.
Seattle, Oct. -31.���Using the names
of prominent Vancouver, people, G. T.
Owen, formerly employed by the I'nion Steamship company,   of Vancou-
^ [ver, is charged  with  Inning  secured
in, through the    City   of    New j $150 fraudulently and with having at-
festminst.>i tothe   City of   Vancou-   tempted  to secure $260 more in the
and to English   Bluff,  south   of j same   manner.     The   system   was   to
the distance not to | use  the  name  of  some  person  from
rwd BOO mill b,
I To   establish  a flrst-class  mod-
1 passenger, mail, express and ear
Vancouver  known  to  be  out  of  town
and in that man's name  wire to his
  ������,  known  friends  asking  tor  a  sum  ol
iry service between  English  Bluff J money.
lithe nu of Victoria and Vancou- ���     The first telegram of the sort was
\-: 'sent   to J.  Charleson,    of  Vancouvei.
1 Une of railway j an(j waa signed by Q, Sage. Mr. Sag,
..,- ��� , ,������.,-. 1 ��� victoria to a point 1 |s prominent In Vancouver and a per
Marcl.r.  -      i  on  the  Island of   sonal friend of Charleson.   The mon-
was  sent   by   wire  at   once.     Witt
Increase of Banking Establishments in City Necessitates Such Institution.
Wi'h  ii.,   arrival of   one or more
:n tin   city there Is ;i
probabllitj     al a 1 li aring hi.use will
i"  fi e in l he near future, So
      earned yesti rday no
ye.;  bei n    taken toward
'   is ��� nd me ol the hanking men
.' >    expressed    t l.e    COn\ ICtiOH
; [nation of such an institution wn;,ul necessarilj  follow  the establishment of more branches in the
. .
.   of    lai ge  factories  in
and around the city brings a quantity
isim e ���  to the banks thai is. sur-
lng. Most of these do their
business by cheque, the result being
that the exchange of cheques has be-
' a ury large lacier in the work
ol the banks, and will be necessarily
increased considerably when several
more brani hi 5, some assured, others
contemplated, are opened,
There is no law governing the formation of such an institution; it is
a matter of arrangement between the
hanks themselves. There are al
present four hanks doing business in
the city, the Montreal, Commerce,
Northern Crown and Royal. Two
others will open their doors shortly.
The Merchants and the Bank Of Toronto, and there is a possibility of
still two more.
BALLOON  BREAKS AWAY
BUT  LANDS  IN  SAFETY
San Francisco. Oct. 31.���A. Q, i'ills-
bury. of this city, landed safely in
Newark. Alameda county, after a
thrilling flight In a captive balloon
which broke loose from a launch. Af
ter completing his work, Pillabury
signalled lo the crew of the launch
to draw the balloon in. The windlass
had turned but a few times when the
cable broke. With the Bnapping ol
tlie strand the balloon ascended so
high that it was barely discernable
to the crowds watching In the city.
I'ilisbury was not injured.
CANADIAN  WON  THE
WORLD'S  CHAMPIONSHIP
CLOVERDALE ESIATE
HAS CHANGED HANDS
Townsite is Purchased For
Subdivision Purposes By
Local Investors.
The townsite ol Cloverdale, owned
by Joseph Shannon, has bei n purchased from him for about $21,000 by
local Investors, with thi idea of selling again after the propertj has been
subdhnn d
On il stands two hoti Is. and several ni her buildings bi longing to
different owners, bul the land upon
which the structures have been erect
ed has nol bei n sold off.
The property lias access to the
Great Northern and B C E, K. tracks.
arjd is all cleared, in fact, comprises
some of the best land in Surrey municipality. Three' re.als hav. been
opened through the property, which
is 163 acres in extent. Negotiations-
for the transfer wen
Saturday.
The   Settlers'   Association
acted   for  the   M'lldoi s
concluded on
Of   B.   C
A4 the meeting of the city council
this evening it Is expel ti d a reporl
will be presented ipon the attitude of
the council to the application to be
made to the Departm.'in of the Interim at Ottawa on the Coqultlam
waterworks question. The city solicitor has been busy during the past
week preparing the case for the
city.
GREEK REVOLUTION
COMES TO A CLOSE
TORONTO  PLANS TO TURN
MARSH  INTO PARK
Itacouver,        ��� ince of 100 miles or
Seabouts.
tl The line of railway lo he conflicted undei : ich contract shall 1"'
,'��� In ��� i'i ij t to the stand-
ii of ihe i ...:: Han Northi rn Reality main line I tween Winnipeg and
Mmoniun. and shall be first-class in
pry respeel
To fully equip such line of rail-
py and to make the sleeping cars.
'��lng cars and day coaches thereon
ie equal nf those in use on the first-
ks railway systems of America.
!��� Tn emploj no Asiatics on the
PWructlon nl said line of railway.
N to insert in such contract a fair
ReSecla linn that the wages
W on such line shall be equal to |
l!l�� paid upon similar classes of j
Fk In the province. i
������ Tn continue  and complete    the |
Peys ol    icl   line and   commence
'   :mi.lion work    within
If'" the  bill  aiithoris- j
7sil(ii coi ... been passed by !
pe Provincial Leg! lature and receiv-
"""o' II   Honor the Lieu-
nd to complete and
���"in opi rai the whole work
t."hln ���'"" iter the date ol
;    " bill,
p)'."' Bovi ri     nt ol the province of
!"s; ' rees us follows:
'��� Tn guaranti e the bonds of the
. to    the   extent  of
:,  I'"''  mile   of   the     said   line
,. , ,w"hin the province, together
tll ""' eon at the rate or
L��� '"''' " o    per   annum   payable
���_________________%
identification waived by the sender.
Next McLennan .v McFeeley, hard-
waremen of Vancouver. B.C., received
a telegram signed .1. 11 MacKinnon,
asking for $260. McKinnon was OUl
of Vancouver, bin the firm happened
to know where he was and al once
notified the police.
The police had already heard thai
the Sage who secured the Other mon-
(Continued on  Page Three).
PRINCE OF  MONACO  BACKS
BIG   GAMBLING   BUSINESS
Montreal. Oct 30.���Before the
largest crowd thai has witnessed a
wrestling match here since the famous Tremblay-Bothner bout six
years   ago.   Eugene     Tremblay,   ol
Montreal, last nighl dl featd John
Billeter, Of Toledo. Ohio, at Sohmer
park, In a match billed as for fl"'
"lightweight championship ol the
world."
The local man defended liis right
t,, the lightweighl bell by winning
in straight falls, bin only after two
hours and twenty minutes Of straight
wrestling.
Toronto. Oct, 31.���A bylaw to provide $600,000 with which to begin
work on a comprehensive Bcheme
whereby Ashbridge marsh is to be-
come an industrial and park area.
Will be voted upon by Toronto's ratepayers on January 1. The city council  so  decided   today.
The plan involves the ultimate expenditure by the city of $_..Too,Cft)0
There will be 1'49 acres available for
industrial purposes, exclusive1 of
si reels, lanes and steps. Steps and
wharves will take up To.1.) acres, while
there   will   be     160.74   acres   of     park
lands.
Mutineers    Surrender   and    Promoter
Tibatdos   Manages to   Mak?   Gum-
Shoe Escape.
Minns, Oct. 31.���Tihaldos'������ miniature rebellion has been suppressed
according to an official announcement
by tin1 governmenl today. Nevertheless, danger of a revolt breaking
out in new places will e\isi so long
as the mutinous lieutenant remains
at large. There are conflicting reports as to the whereabouts ol Tibal-
dos and his siai'l. the only poinl
definitely settled being that the
would-be dictator and his immediate
followers  have  Hi ii.
Several officers, sailors and workmen in the dockyard al Salamls have
surrendered  to the government.
Three of the rebels were killed and
several wounded when a shell from
tin1 government's land battery struck
the mutinous torpedo-boat Sephen-
dona, during the engagement of yesterday  afternoon.
The rebellious force al the Arsenal
on the island of Salamls surrendered
today.
All the vessels of which Tihaldos
took  possession have returned home.
The torepdo-boal destroyer VeloB
returned to the Arsenal this evening
and the commander of the craft was
Immediately placed under arreBt,
NORWEGIAN SHIPPERS
COMPETE IN EAST
STRAIGHT EIGHT       \
FOR MAVORAUV
Prospect of Keen Fight For
Civic Honors in December
���Mr. Small Retires.
The prospect al the present juncture is thai there will be a straight
fight for the mayoralty for 1910
Qeorge  Small, vice-presidenl  of    the
hoard Ol trade will nol be a Candidate for the principal civic honors in
the Inten sta of the Citlz< ns' T mper-
ance league and similar organizations,
according to an announcement made
oh Saturday, and John A. Lee is the
only candidate in the field.
ip to the present Mayoi Keary Iris
not authorized any statemenl ol his
Intentions, and therefore it is idle to
surmise whal line of action he will
take when thi reequisiVon now in
preparation is presented to him,
There   seems   every   likelihood   that
I en will be a keener fight for the
seven swivel seats in the council
Chamber  than  is  usually   the  case.  .'O
II definite policy divides the city, and
the water question will arouse "'��
eloquence of many would-be aldermen.
PULLING OF TOOTH
PROVES FATAL TO BOY
Although Barred From the
Coasting Trade, They Still
Build Vessels.
Kidnapped the  Bride.
Philadelphia, Oct. 30.���Because he
deserted a bachhelor's club Without
giving official noiice, the bride ol
Frank A. Reid of Klmira. N, Y . wafl
kidnapped at the West Philadelphia
station yesterday and sent to New
York with one of the members, while
Mr. Hold was kepi 11 prisoner by thirty of his old "pals'1 of Chester, Penn
Reid has tn.1 s.eu tiie Joke yet,
and promises 10 swear out warrants
againsi  the whole crowd.
CONSUL-GENERAL
FOR BULGARIA.
Toronto, Oct. 30.���Crown Attorney
Corley has been appointed consul-
general for Canada on behalf of Bulgaria
Qaiwa ""!" have been p.isted at
���r(", ''-" store on Columhia
the L?nmmncln8 u"' opening of
morrow JUT r"r B Company to-
,1   "* evening al s o'clock,    when
bo 1 ,?iU,J W1" Parade,    DrlUi will
held
piinv
on every    Tuesday  -.venlng
Wing,     ti
11 son  for   A  Com
opened lasl Thursday al d drills
0��t the
.     '     ���"  ei    l.ISI       I ]
oe held even '
wlntr
Thursday through-
I'aris.Oct. 21��� The Prince of Monaco and a group of his friends In tne
gambling business are reported behind a nefarious scheme In Paris ro
make the Palais Royal again a T"biu.
gambling centre, as it was in the seventeenth century under the regency
���f the Duke Of Orleans and to con
Btrucl near the Grand Trianon. In tm
Park of Versailles a hotel and gambling casino, together With -.T-CB
track, all under a concession to
obtained    from   parliament, the sug-
jested   price   of   Which   to   be   paid     "
ithe state is 24, , I francs (H8W
I ooo). with further payments repre
senilng a percentage of he turn
revenue, from the exploitation ol tht
inivilege. The proposal. It IS r*
Ked? will provoke a tremendous
Btorm of opposition, since the.avowed
policy of the controlling political el
ments during the last few- yemiJm
, been   Inimical   to  all   Sambllng  PrtVl
���leges, including lotteries, the gradual
extinction of which, even those mO��
popular,   has been    plainly foresnau
owed.
Franco-Canadian Postal Facilities.
Paris,   Oct.   31.-The  Cabinet     authorised   %,   Millerand.    Minister *
Public  Works, Posts and Teiegrapu
to work out  the  project  for a wan
time   postal   service   between   ru.-.
and Canada as provided in the Frencn
Canadian Commercal Treaty
TWO HUNTERS LOST
IN WASHINGTON WILDS
Manitoba Apples.
W'innihpeg.  Oct.     30.���For    several
years    experiments  in  apple-growing
have  been  consistently  carried  on  in
the neighborhood of Morden. Man.,
and have conclusively proved that apples can In- grown in this province.
There are twenty orchards in that
district all bearing well this year,
and the products cannol be beaten foi
size, flavor and general excellence
There are said to he seventy-live varieties of fruit.
Ottawa, (int.. Oct. 31.���Canadian
shipping men who an anxious to see
a Canadian merchant marine built
up are nol only ardent supporters
nf a subsidy to encourage shipping,
bul are againsi the "free idea" which
is the cry of many Interests in the
United Stales where the deep sea
shipping field bus been invaded by
foreign  ship owners.
Is  Not  Prohibitive.
The new Canadian coasi ing law will
prevent the Norwelglan steamers
from participating In the Canadian
coasting trade, but the result now
seems certain thai it will not drive
them oul ol the Canadian trade, us
was anticipated when the law was
enforced. The Norwegians have declared their Intention of getting Ihii-
ish registry tor their ships.
Arvid Jacobsen, consul-general for
Norway to Canada, states thai contracts    for    tWO    10,000 I" I    i" eels,    to
trade from Montreal to Newfoundland, have been recently placed in
England by one of the foremost Nor-
weigan shipping companies, and iu
due time will be In commission.   He
(Continued  on  Page  Six).
HAMSTRUNG  NATIVES
WHO   WEARIED   ON   ROAD
Philadelphia,  Pa.,  Oct.  30.���Daniel
Rogovery, ten years old, of f'ine-
Ville, N. ,1.. is dead ill the univeisiiy
hospital of this city from leucaemia
one of the rarest of diseases known
to modi al science. The disease was
discovered by the extraction of a
tooth. Blood continued to flow from
the fetiin for three days and it was
stopped until the hole left by tooth
was sealed by the doctors In the
hospital.
The boy's blood was found to Contain an excess of white corpuscles,
while red corpuscles almosl disappeared. The doctors also agreed
that the bone marrow was undergoing
a change, a symptom ol leucaemia.
In the hospital il was said the pull��
lng of the tooth undoubtedly hastened death.
The blood, when crowded with
white corpuscles, does not  coagulate.
SEGREGATION FIGHT
STIRS All. WINNIPEG
Alderman     Cause     Consternation    Lly
Attacking  Methods of City's Public  Prosecutor.
Were   Newly  Arrived   From the  East,
and Small  Hopes are Entertained
For Their   Rescue.
CANADIAN AUTONOMY
MOST OE PRESERVED
Hon.   Mr.  Graham   States    That  Both
Parties Are  Agreed on Broad
Lines  of   Naval   Policy.
A(*use Labor Delegates
of Selling Themselves
th  "CiU'n' 0'''-
5   ewtatton,
,hf' 'llinoi.
���".1.���Intimations that
_      passed last, week by
cotiveni'i'nn !?at'' Fe,leratlon of Labor
hw    "on1 denouncing   local option,
tlnn |,v , ''"'"'I through the conven-
"fcredn? .iT8 ''"Wales, will be con-
Cl,l_ 'I"'        rii'Vt      rr,r.r.H      ��# thr.
Chita*
W
8l��n no
next  meeting of
'ion nf Labo
convention   was
Willi" Sed6r.atlon  ��f Labor,
one
the
beet) iweil to*"'��� that mnnr>>'
n  aes-
hari
the
the
fight
the  prohibition | 0r not
cause.    But yesterelay the ���^^
were  made  that  delegate-  baa  u
paid $10,000 In   the Interest o
whisky    and   beer    fctewrtyj
country  to have  rh    'v   vockols
the resolutions.     Edward MgJflS
secretary   of  the  Chicago Feow
of Labor, said that h"fh-^;!s
the money had been paid w��*"*trM
but did not know whether it was tin
Olympia. Oct, 31.���Harry Holland
and James Mikle, receni arrivals from
Illinois, have been lost three days in
the North river country south of Ouk-
ville, and two large parties ale now
looking for tbem. They left the farm
of James Howe, four miles from Uak-
ville, on a hunting trip, expecting to
be back the same night, and carrying
few supplies. Nothing having since
been heard form them, a general
alarm was sent out. The ranchers
on Gerald creek organized a big hand
of searchers, equipped with guns,
bells, horns and other noise-making
appliances, and started In over the divide.
Another    party    ou    Independence
creek, westward from Rochester, was
organized to start in from tbat direction,   thinking   the  lost  men    might
bave swung around toward the east,
which would bring them out In the In
dependence creek district. The search
ing parties will put in all day searching and may renew the search tomorrow  if norliing is found today.    The
chances of finding the lost men. how
ever. Is considered very small, as thej
have  doubtless  penetrated  Into    the
great   wilderness    of     hundreds    of
square miles, and not being experienced  wodsmen  or  used  to  the  West,
they  will  likely merely  puah  blindly
on into the heart of the forest, making rescue practically Impossible.
Stratford, Out., Oct. :',1.���Addressing the Hoard of Trad" on Friday
night, the lion. Mr. Graham made the
following remarks on the Naval ljues.
lion:
"I am not at liberty to enter Into
details us to what will be proposed
but it Is reassuring to know that the
two great parties are united on a
line of action, and will not doubt be
found In harmony In the execution
of the details. They have absolutely
agreed on one point and thai Is.
whatever Is done, the autonomy of
Canada must be preserved, und she
must leave herself free lo do us she
likes  witli her own money."
Boston, Oct. 30.���Leading a move
menl against atrocities in the Portuguese possessions ill Wesl Africa. Joseph Burtt, of the English Anti-siuv-
ery Society, yesterday spoke to the
Baptist ministers bt Boston on the
subject. Mr. Burtl and bis wile,
after a campaign this week in Bocton,
will depart ou 11 tour of tlie United
Slates to portray the terrible Conditions in the islands of SI. Tlioine und
I'riiieipe.  .��,-
"Atrocities of the moal brutal sort."
he says, "mark the route of the slave
caravans.       lf     a   slave   fulls   hy   the
wayside he is hamstrung and lefl lo
perish.       II   lakes some  live  thousand
blacks n year lo supply the trade.
These Include women and children.
How many   die on the   way to the
cocoa   plantations  il   i.s  impossible  to
Formerly the rule was fully 50
cent., but now il is not so large,
��� wing   to   the   shorter   distances   the
iiiavans have  to travel."
say.
per
Winnipeg,    Oct.    81.���Buprise    and
consternation were   the predominant
emotions   In    tlle    city     council   last
night, when.    Without    warning, Aid.
Wllloughby      introduced,    and    Aid.
Gowler  seconded, a resolution  to the
effect   that   the   result   Of   the  recent
prosecutions    against     bawdy    liouse
kepers is    encouraging    to criminals
and discreditable to the city.      That
proceedings by summons,   instead of
arrest,  were extraordinary  and false,
and   the   various   manoeuvres   of   the
1 crown  prosecutor throughout  were a
1 travesty  on  prosecution  and  at  a  variety   with  the dignity    ol    lhe city.
Thai   vie  find  the segregation  district
slill open, and running in defiance   )f
Uie  law.  und  no  adequate efforts iuo
being  made to Wipe it  out.
I'he alderman Introducing the resolution made a violent attack on Pros-
[ecutor Whltla. charging him with
Ignoring the instructions of tlie police
commissioner in regard to disorderly
! houses and the inmates thereof. The
aldermen made an effort to railroad
the resolution  through, and  precipi-
} lute a detiate. but the Council was
'averse lo having an nrgunieiii on Hie
, vexed ClUestlOh, Which it had been
I hoped was sei'ied for ever, sprung on
I them! and Aid. Wllloughby was
I forced to lei It stand ns a notice ot
j motion. A delegation of the Anti-
I Segregation league was present until
the  topic  dropped.
Wyllus Bfitt, brother of the pugilist
A   reoresentatlve    of    the    British I fames Bfitt, died on Saturday at San
shioh  ih lini I   m of llarland & Wolff,   Francisco.       Death     is    BttPPOSed tO
n .   h   ',,  In   Halifax    examining  the   have  been caused  by disappointment
,,,,, os   o,   tb'   erection of a steel I �� the defeat of Ke.che., whose man-
Shipbuilding  plant. K#t he was. by Johnson. 	
The Shakespeare Memorial Committee has decided to raise the "J""
of $���' 500,000 for the erection of me
Shakespeare theatre at Stratford-on-
Avon.
Both   Parties   Divided.
Ottawa,    Oct.      81.���The    advance
quota of politicians who have been 1"
the City tlds week looking up quarters
for the session, have not hesitated W
express  the  opinion   that   there  will
be   Interesting   developments  on   tne
Naval Question, and In wth pwuei
at that.   There  is a very  considerable
wing of the Liberal party  who cnar-
ucterlr.e the proposed Canadian Navy
as a "toy" navy, and   who   favor   a
direct eash contribution.   Then there
are those who will srand by the government  In   any   proposal  it  makes,
while some are said to be opposed to
any action at all.   A somewhat similar condition as to the form ��t contribution obtains among the Opposition.    The situation which seems to
be developing is unique, Inasmuch aa
It Internally affects both parties, each
of which would sem to be,    to some
extent tat least, divided in its own
councils.
Amateur Smuggling
Goes Out of Fasihion
Washington, D. C, Oct. 80.���William Loeb, Jr., collector of customs at
New York, and the officials of tlie
treasury department here, believe
that the fewer seizures of late aie
an indication of the break-up of the
wholesale smuggling at the port 01
New York.
The large number of prosecutions
brought with others in prospect, the
wide ramification of the official probing involving importers, passengers
arriving with undeclared goods, customs employees, and even an offlcui
occasionally higher up, had a wholesome effect on that class of Americans abroad which has been willing
to attempt evasions of the custom
laws. The large' number of full
declarations now being made by the
arrivals on theh ocean liners tend to
indicate a greater observance of the
law.
Whether smuggling efforts, ordinarily directed against the New York
customs, wlll be transferred to other
ports Is another question. Dressmakers have figured largely ln the cases
ln New York. Thes1? modistes go
abroad, spend thousands of dollars
for European goods, and then, in
many cases, have b<��rn troubled with
absent-mindedness when the time
came to fill out the declarations.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
M0NDAV. MOVEMBEp
____& s_-%_mm��
ments
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC
If a man had geld dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they she
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 0f n^      . purch;,se   from   yCu   and
wares.      Use  the  advertising  columns of The Daily News and  keep abreast  of the time.. cessity   know  all   about ua . *?"*''
WANTED���SITUATION ON FARM
Bret-class milker. Apply \V. K..
this offlce.
WANTED���JOB ON A MILK RANCH
by experienced milker. Apply J.
Carrie, Victoria Boarding liouse.
Sapperton.
WANTED���SOUTH   AFRICAN   WAR-
rants; highesi cash price paid. The
General Securities Company, Limited, 321 Homer Btreet, Vancouver,
15. C. 150-6
WANTED���GOOD LOT IN WEST-
ininsiei; can paj $75 to $100 cash,
balance $75 quarterly. Give particular to II. Drawer 8a5, Vancouver.
FOR SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO
in line condition, well known make,
bargain; easy terms. Apply H,
Daily  News Offlce.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, RETORT JEW-
ell heater, goed as new; suitable
for large room or hall, For wood
or coal.      Hox 16, Daily  Xews.
10.    AUDITOR AND -\
Audits made.    Systei
Agent for Hie Hall S:-iv
9,  Westminster    Trust
0. Box 795.
R. T.  PRINC
countant.
organized.
Co.    Room
block.      ���    ^^^^^^^^^^^
II. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AM'
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block,
FOR THL BEST VALUE IN ORO-
cerles, phone '380. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,   B.  C.   LAND   BUR-
��� iveyor.     Ellard block, New    Westminster,  B. C.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, w. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac., city. A line
will bring him.
REAL  ESTATE.
I   HAVE   BUYERS  FOR  PROPERTY
in any part of Westminster or Burnaby; also on Chiiliwack line.
Owners only, (live full particulars,
P. O.  Hox 942, New  Westminster.
WANTED���SMART  YOUTH  FOR
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply tliis offlce.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO    RENT���A    FURNISHED    BED-
room for single gentleman.    Home
comforts.       Apply     810   Royal   avenue. 250-2
TO RENT���LARGE DOUBLE BED-
room. suitable for two gentlemen;
reasonable terms. 828  Royal ave.
246-12
WHITE,  SHILES  ct   CO.
Real   Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
C ty,   farm  and  suourban  property,
2G0 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO.. LTD.. REAL ES-
tate 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.
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP-
R.    J.    McNeil.      Over    T.    Ovi a
blacksmith shop on  Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
LIVERY   STABLE.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLBY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M- MOi'ey's
Stationery Ston1. J. G. Gatnon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "Tho Fair,'' Columbia Btreet.
RING   UP    250    FOR
smart   turnout.     Thi
bles.
HACKS  AND
Fashion   Sta-
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. A. STANDISH, AN EXPER-
itneed and first-class dressmaker,
has oprned up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14, Smith block, 0:'5 Columbia  street.    A trial  requested.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
's:iw and shingle mil] machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
DYERS AND CLEANERS.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
we buy \m, sT7?^r
and   all   _\ ' ^RXll
hand goodB ���* " aml
offlce.
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Bei
near Tri
STENOGRAPHY    &   TYP
FREEMAN     I
Guichon I
CUSTOM
Typewr tl
letters,   11
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office
ne 62.
THEATRES,
MONEY  TO   LOAN
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-,MONEY    TO     LOAN���I    AM    PRE-
I
ers and dyers. 345 Columbia street,
phone R2T8-   The  place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the I
fibre���not pressed in.    Goods called
for and delivered.
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A. D.
Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
WADE, WHEALLER &. McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler. W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 12 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone lir;. Vancouver offices,
Boom3 20 and 21. Williams building.  4\2,  Granville  stret,  corner of:THE EDISON TH
CRYSTAL   THEA
bia    sti
picture.,;   Illusti
cms attrai tl
Monday, Wi
Hastings street.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Mon^y
to  loan,  744   Columbia Street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
anil Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
Columbia   and   !
moving pi - .-
Proegram i '   i
day and Frl I
tra
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LOST.
LOST���ON COLUMBIA STREET, A
lady's fur. Finder please return
to this oflice.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located for
the present at the office of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
ARCHITECTS.
W.   D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery  Block.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-   EDWIN   G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCH1TECT-
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel. 100      Guichon  Bl��ck.    Telephone 33S.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, iiouse wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
"phone 331. P. O. Box 928.
JB. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
i ������^���
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp.  Windsor Hotel.
NURSERY.
Ithe fraser valley nurseries,
Ltd.,   Burnaby   Lake���For     healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445,
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally   News Block,  Sixth street.
TAILORS.
GALVIN.  LAL:
loring.     A ni
ing just in
ing and repal
block.    Entrai   ���
and 264 Clarkson
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RESTAURANTS.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes nnd McKenzie streets.
Phone 17G, night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING  & DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsonnning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.   New  Westminster.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &    CAFE | WOODWORKING
Tickets,   21   meals   for   $4.       Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Orlen- WESTMINSTER
tai labor employed.     Open day and
niL'ht.      Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup. fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
^^^^^^^^fcvei'i: v. I
Co., bank, of!: . , 1 sttre fittmj
cabinet,  stair, ai 1
and detail  work . |
mates furnished     i   Bro   ���
prletor.      W'ee'i; ;   Corier Elenl
and car line.     P. 0      x 251 V_\
473.
CATHOLIC CHURCH
MAKES NEW ATTACK
Demands That French Government Restore Confiscated Property.
Toulouse, France. Oct. 31.���The
Congress of Roman Catholics in session under the presidi ney of Archbishop .Martin yesterday adopted resolutions outlining a political program. This lai t.i- alleges tlie right
of tlie church to bold property including monasteries and convents.
and demands the restitution ultimately of the church property forfeited
under the Separation law. Archbishop Cabrieres, of Montpelier, declared: "We must become political as
well as religious chiefs, as are the
bishops of other countries."
Will Protect Schoois.'
Paris, Oct. 31.���M. Briand, the
premier, in an eloquent discourse tonight at the dedication of the Home
of the Educational League, at which
President Fallieres and several of
the .Ministers were present announced
that one of the government's principal preoccupations would be the pro-
eeetectiou of the [iijlilic schools, whose
enemies, he said, are the real enemies of the Republic. Pointing out
that tlie last struggle was not with
the church, but against those who
intended to direct tlie church. M. Briand declared that France will never
obey orders from outside and that Roman Catholic France, which does not
now view religion as the instrument
ot a political propaganda, never will
permit the exercise of brutal force
against public institutions to which
the nation is dedicated. "The public
schools." he continued, "are the hope
of the future security of France, and
if their enemies succeed in undermining tlie schools, It ls the Republic
Itself which will be weakened. The
government will strive to secure adequate laws, but the support and defence of tlie people will be most efficacious."
o  announced the sale of the Suther-
I land block on eScond avenue, which
was    turned      over      yesterday    for
$47,000.
Two lots on the same street farther
north were sold for $10,600, while a
pi eminent  dealer    announces  an  op-
j tion   on    Second   avenue     property
which will aggregate $'..2,000. During
the  past   two weeks property  in  the
business section to the value of $141,-
: 000  lias  been   turned over,  exclusive
c of transactions here mentioned.
The city is enjoying a most phe-
' nomenal reaction after the depression
j and prospects both for building and
[ property turnover are regarded as
most promising.
S.S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transler will lea.e
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner Westham Island and way ports, returning
to New Westminster on following
day. Saturday, returning same evening.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston a3
business  warrants.
This schedule subject to change
without notice. .
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
F.
F.
G.
J.
Russell  Hotel.
P. .1. A. Andrew. Kamloops.
Robert  Kerr, Toronto.
D.  Richardson,  Vancouver.
Rankine,  Vancouver.
D. Hardy, Seattle.
Remanis, Seattle.
P. Mcintosh, Vancouver.
Fred.  Richards, Calgary.
T. Kawamura. Yokohama.
T. Black, Winnipeg.
Chas. B. Jones, Victoria.
A. E. Skinner. Helena.
C. H. Walker. Vancouver.
J. Guichon. Pr. Guichon.
Ceo.  Bel, Lillooet.
Y. Takeda, Vancouver.
E. Sato. Vancouver.
A. Chapman, Toronto.
P.  Wolfe,  Seattle
D. Buchanan, Toronto.
K.
R.
W
M.
J. Whe-
Langley.
Windsor Hotel.
S. Graham, Port Kells.
N. McNair, Bellingham; E
len. Glen Valley.
Mrs. Parker and child, Mt
A. Leek, Staveley. i^^^^^^
P. A. Devoy, Seattle.
A. E. Thomas, Vancouver.
S. J. Moore, Toronto.
G. S. Herdinan. Olds, Alta.
J. F. Stevens, Vancouver.
.las.  Robertson and wife, Albion.
L. T. Blake, Coqultlam,
If. S. Mahood, Seattle.
II. E. Parsons, Kamloops.
F. E. Stringer, Kamloops.
Lucanla To Be Broken Up.
Liverpool. Oct. 31.���The Cunard
line Bteamer Lucanla, which has
boen in the trans-Atlantic service for
17 years, sailed on her last voyage
���today. Her port is Swansea, where
she will he broken up. The steamer
was badly damaged by a fire that
broke out on board of her, when she
was lying at Liverpool, on August
Hth last. Recently she was sold to |
a firm of ship brokers for $150,000.     j
C. N. R. MAY ACQUIRE
CENTRAL  ONTARIO   RAILWAY
"Hear Saskatoon Hum."
Saskatoon, Oct. 31.���Local real pr-
f,?iV continues to move here at a t~te
which resembles the boom of three
or four years ago. Among the blfiT-
gent deals during the past few days
Toronto, Oct. HL���If reports current
have foundation, the Central Ontario
Railway has been acquired by the
Canadian Northern, or is being negotiated for. The Central Ontario line
has, during the last three or four
years, been practically controlled bv
C. E. Ritchie, of Akron, Ohio president of the company. George Collins, ot Trenton, is general manager
and J. J. Warren, of Toronto vice-
president. The line extends' from
Trenton to Coe Hill, a distance of 100
miles. The purchase of this line will
not only give the Canadian Northern
traffic from a thriving section of tlie
province, but connection practically
with the Canada-Atlantic
MAKE YOUR APHtAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
FRONT  STREET
is the place to buy or sell new and
second-hand goods'of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY JARS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't  begin   t0 tell  you all  we (
;have,  but  no  matter what you want,
I come here first.
Alex. Speck
SLCOND - HAND* STORE.
2o' imbla St.     "Man on the Wheel.'1
P.
&C0.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
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Lowney's Chocolates
Fresh this week.
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THE DRUGGIST AND
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Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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Beef,  Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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E. C. TRAVES, [Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia   Street.
40 New Edison Records
For November
Now on Sale.
No. |86-Star8��.d Stripes Foreve
No.   286���Just   Plain   Fo||(s
No. 290���GypBy Alr8  ...!'"
IEIEJU.EAFEWDllND.ES
ter   (march)       Souga.B  Band
  Ma ���'"nes and Chorus
No.   L'.M���Pa'nsies   Mean 'ThauKM.'i__'-    All)('''   Spalding
No. 296���Lasca  ... "Shts Dcar      Manuel  Uo.nain
No.  297���Jusi  Before tiip'nVtM-"**-*! ',;.'���,'  Bdgar L- Davenport
""    Battle, Mother . Will Oakland and Chorus
J. H. TODD'S Big Music Hou
se
1 ffd ���
WE   ARE   READV   TO   SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
high-class bulling material
than It is to purchase tbe PO��r'
er kind. We can point w
buildings bunt with our mute-
rials   that  never  need  rep8lr.
We  can   point  to some ottier8
,, .I,,, time   i
that need repairs all "le
But they were not built of oa
materials. See where real
cheapness il<?a?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS MO
NDAVl NOVEMBER 1,1909.
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on Tuesday, October 26th, and will reach $1.00 per share in a short time. The
principal part of our REFINERY MACHINERY is already manufactured as per
our order for same.   The most attractive investment on the market today.
0
r?5     f!$
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to supply our refinery.   Nothing else has made money as fast as good oil stock.
Shares 15c cash, par value $1.00, Fully Paid and Non-assessable.
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B. C. REPRESENTATIVES:
AULD, GWIN & McCLARTY
614 Hastings Street W. PKone 4327
SEATTLE OFFICE:
330-331 PIONEER BUILDING
Phone Main 5865.
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tWO DAYS
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Special Notice
Seat Sale Now on at
Rya l's Drug Store.
Secure early, as there is a
I 'us demand.
tes 50c, 75c, $1.00. $1.50
THE PRODUCTION HERE
WILL BE THE SAME IN
ALL DETAILS AS WILL BE
PRESENTED AT VANCOUVER OPERA HOUSE FOR
5 PERFORMANCES, AND
WHICH WILL BE SEEN
FOR 31 PERFORMANCES
AT THE MOORE THEATRE, SEATTLE, WHERE
IT OPENS FOR THIS UNPRECEDENTED ENGAGEMENT ON NOVEMBER 7.
"Another Ben Hur"
-N. Y. Sun.
Announces the First Western Tour
of the Young Romantic Accor���
UNOJ DEATH SENTENCE,
GIRL POISONS HERSELF
16 Weeks Knickerbocker Theater, New
York.
12 Weeks Tremont
and Majestic Theaters
Boston.
Russian   Maid,  Condemned  for   Political   Offence,   Manages  to   Forestall the Gallows.
IN THE POWERFUL ROMANTIC DRAMA
"-.NOTRE* BEN HiM"-Ncw York Sun.
''Tho Largost Dramatic Production Ever Staged"
OPINIONS OF THE EASTERN PRESS
"The Shepherd King will take Ita place side by Bide with Ben Hur,
and If l were asked to decldi which ol the two has the highest standard
nf excellence, my judgment would i��� decidedly in favor of The Shepherd
King "���   New  Yi'i l-   (llobe, *
"Wright   Lorlmer,   a   star   of   whom   Boston   Is   proud."    Boston   Anjerlcan.
"The Shepherd King, at the Knickerbocker Theater, ������ ��� - sl interesting event, and lifts Wrlghl Lon mer to a position of the hlgln il consideration   In   ihe'   world  of   players.���New  Vork Hernia.
"Wright Lorlmer, who played David, Is a skilled actor ol gn it artls.
tlr  ability. New   York   World.
n 'V '
STca,?      CANADIAN    HOIVIfc-
.      iTEAD  REFLATIONS.
Hi- ran,,   l,.""::illl""i Lauds with.
piuiav Zi       ���'  '" BrltlBh Colu
��� ���iiouC     ;'1,,|i by a��y p(
P anv ,���,,. - llL'ad of a family
J,lny ��ale over
I* extnn if J';"
P iron.  .       o-qiuu'ter   section' of
acrt
yeara of ago, to
.aarter section of
I Entry ,���' "' or less,
P total l'mik','";ul(' personally at
J" *Wth ii' , l",u" f��r the district
r Woxy     '.,, ;","' >* situate.      Untry
K^n cowu}ifthoweler- b* made on
Pother, g0nnTOn?   by    tha    father,
h��lB"n,';',!';lm,r- brother or Bla-
K* \ 2 1  " is required to per-
Kth uaiiw' , '""s connected there-
'lam:        on��   oi   the   following
I1'   At Ip
fc" i,n'l cult! "ix montlis' residence
*   year     "^ ot the land on
, 12) t ti,��� ,. "Pree years.
l!a>IsZ.,.:Il,:''''(<l.'iiiot.,,r,lftne
residence upon farming land ownad
by him ln tlie Ticinity of hia home-
etead, the requirements as to residence
may he satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commission,!' of UO-
minion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining rights  mas   he
leased   for    a  period of.   twenty -one
years at an annual rental of *   VV
acre.     Not   more   than   2560   acres
shall  he leased  to  one Individual or
company.      A royalty  iu the rate "
five cents per ton shall he collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the 1"t"rl("'r
N.B.'���Unauthorized    publlcatio.i   o>
this advertisement will    not be P��
for.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
'^^^.OfthehOHiesI,,,,!^
ill
tli
_*2$P r��ldTnl With  tl���. tather
!l: ^^^InJhevH'iinuor
"'" "lay  ba
residing wit
ll|e sem,.,. h���   ,,
i aas his permanent
ij0 re*fi2 f'"'' lh" --eaui^ments
!!"ohlii'.'S(1,,"i'M^y be satisfied by
SPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THI
Central Meat Market
Oornnr Eighth St ��n��   Fifth At��bM
PHONE 17a
���OWELL * ODDY, Proprietor*
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe tor vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any hind over it.
Persons continuing to do so after
this notice must take all the risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23nl. 1909.
ABOLITION OF SLOT
MACHINES AT NANAIM
o Wires For Money
The Royal Bank of Canada
Nanaimo, Oct. 31.���"All slot machines must go and all dicing must
stop." were the Instructions given
Chief of Police Crossan hy the Board
of Licence Commissioners. This action was the direct resull of a case In
the City Police Court on Monday last,
\Vien Police Magistrate Yarwood finer d two brothers named Piper for assaulting a hotelkeeper named Robinson, the row being caused through
the Pipers using slugs in a slot machine.
Once Too Often
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up .
Reserve Fund ...
Total Assets ...
. ...$ 4,700.000
... . 5,400,000
 55,000,000
In and out of town accounts solicited.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange anil
Travellers' Cheques bought and Bola'
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster, B. C. Branch,
P. SHUTE. Manager.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re the south half of the southwest
quarter of Section 26, Township 16,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title Number 12.178F, issued
In the name of Robert Fleming Seymour, has been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office New Westminster, B.C., October 11, 1909. 242-26
(Continued from Page One.)
ey at the telegraph offlce was an impostor and at once guessed that one
man had sent both telegrams.
A telegram was sent addressed "J-
M. MacKinnon, Savoy Hotel, Seattle,"
informing the man that the money
was coming by special delivery on
the Owl train addressed to the Hotel
Savoy, Seattle. Detectives were no-
tiliied and watched the letter.
Yesterday G. T. Owen, who formerly worked ln a Vancouver, B. C,
steamship office, called at the Hotel
Savoy and asked for the mail of J-
M. MacKinnon. He was promptly arrested by Detectives Wlskham and
Holland. When he was searched the
telegram sent to J. M. MacKinnon was found in liis pocket. He
was not a guest of the Hotel Savoy,
but merely had his mail sent there.
Me did not deny his guilt. Owen is
young and well dressed and in Vancouver is reported to have had a good
reputation.
Last night he was turned over to
a Vancouver, B. C, officer and taken
there for trial.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 31.���The circumstances attending the suicide ot
a girl named Matrcna Prisiashnuti,
who poisoned herself while lying in
Kieff gaol under sentence of death,
have just  been  ventilated.
Eckart Horn, a young political convict, serving live years' Imprisonment, was confined with a number of
other "politicals" in tlie cell adjoining
I'risiaslinuk's.
He established communication with
tlie condemned girl by taps and
knocks, and she welcomed his suggestion that he should procure poison for her.
Thanks to the somewhat lax surveillance. Horn obtained the poison
and excavated a tiny hole through
(lie wall dividing Ilie two cells. ta
tlie intervals of his work he concealed the cavity with clay.
He eventually passed the poison
through the hole in the spout of a
tin kettle, and after a whispered farewell with Prisiahnuk, watched her
swallow it.
lie wrote b long and pathetic letter
to his fiancee describing the occurrence, and il wns through the seizure
of this letter thai liis participation i��
tlie tragedy was discovered.
lie was tried before the Kleff court
but was acquitted,
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THE DAILY NEWS.
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publish-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices
The Daily News Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
Canadian Northern ran their ine in
a direction that would have opened
up the heart of the country. _.nd >i
that way would have proved a
advantage.
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"GET   THE   HAB
M0N��AY, NOVEMBERl
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
GROWTH   OF  TASTE.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER  1, 1909.
TO   RUIN   THE   PROVINCE.
it is pleasing to notice signs of un
;Increasing tendency toward a better
understanding of tilings beautiful, of
the development of a taste for artis-
'tic fitness in the common, every-day
affairs of the people of this country.
It is "like unto a joy" to see the old
spirit of anythlng-will-do being replaced by a desire for simple beauty
in the erection of a building ot the
furnishing   of    a   home.       That   this!*
I *
The nigger is out. The real reason for the persis'tent refusal of Premier McBride to make known the full
terms of the arrangement entered
to by him with the Canadian Northern Railway has become clear. When
the Premier found that his refusal to
show the contract to the Liberal leader except under pledge of secrecy, or
to make this public in its complete
form had raised a hornet's nest about
his ears, he issued a kind
spirit of appreciation of the arts is
growing there is evidence in many di
rections. For instance, the beautiful
new Bank of Commerce building recently completed in Vancouver, and
0" the new Post Office building at the
opposite corner mark a distinct advance in architecture in this part of
the Dominion. ln the direction of
more purely domestic affairs the
windows of the furnishing stores are
exhibiting home appointments that
conduce to comfort hy the harmony
of the effect which an artistic taste
^_ can  produce.      At  onr Provincial   Ex-
>f apology  hifoitioi)   at   Queen's  Park,  one  of the
obligi il  in waii, we were  told, for a
formal  resolution  which would endow
in the Government organ.      He was most attractive exhibits in the Industrial   building is the model  suite of
rooms   designed   and   furnishPd   by   a
v^^^^^^^^ well   known     Vancouver   linn.      This
Vlce-Presldenl Mann with authority f.xhil,it represents unite a new de-
to sign the contracl before he was parture and is certain to prove edu-
able to laj the complete document be- catlonally valuable as a suggestion to
those about  to furnish  a home.
fore the electors. Excellent man:
How scrupulous he has become' But
the ruse did not succeed. This .further attempt of the Victorian professor of legerdemain to deceive the public failed. The trick was an old one,
familar to us all, and was. moreover,
clumsily performed. The electors of
the province would have none of It.
The cry was repeated more strenuously than ever, "produce the contract!" To save his own neck,
therefore, tlie conjuror has had to
come down to the floor and reveal
the whole of his Juggllug paraphernalia.
Po we have the text of the agreements entered into with the Canadian
Northern and the Kettle Valley Railway Companies published in the
News-Advertiser on Saturday. Now
we know why the Premier was so
desirous of withholding this precious
document. We know, too, what it
was that made Messrs. Fulton and
Tatlow resign from tlie Government.
In the original announcement oi "
arrangement made with the Canadian
Northern ii was stated that the Government was to guarantee the bonds
of    the  company   up    to  $35,   per
mile for GOO miles. Precisely what
this meant was by no means clear.
But the Premier offerei! Bome enlightenment in an interview printed In
tiie Colonist. He said the proposal
was "to assist the company in tlie
construction of this .oad. which  will
cost  at  least    $60,     per  mile, the
Government will asii the Legislature
to guarantee interest at 4 per cent.
upon $35,000 per mile." This clearly conveyed the impression that the
responsibility of the province was to
be in regard to interest only. No
doubt the Premier expi cted this interesting Interview would serve to allay all public anxiety, and that he
would be able to withhold the real
t.rms until the las: moment. But
once more he was mistaken. The
electors have no longer any faith in
him. The accuracy of his pleasant
assurance was doubted In every quarter and the demand for the production of the contract in its entirety
became sterner and stronger everyday.
Now   we  see  that   tlie  Government
is  "to guarantee    tue bonds  of    the
Railway   Company   to    the  extent  of
$35,000      per     mile    .    .    .    together
with  interest  thereon at the  rate of
A per cent, per annum, payable half
yearly."      The  province is  therefore
to assume a liability of at leas. $21,
000,000 on capital account, and a sum
of    $840,000    annually    for    Interest.
Reckoning this out for the full  term
of thirty years represents a total liability of $46,400,000!    No wonder two
of tlie  most responsible Ministers of
the Cabinet laid down their portfolios
In haste and fled.
Of    course ii  will    be said by the
friends  of tlie Government tliat  this
guarantee is a mere matter of form,
and that tlie province is not likely to
be called upon to pay.     But no sane
business  man  would  assume  a guarantee liability without being prepared
to meet it. Britisli Columbia has had
some costly experiences of this kind
of thing  before, and  if this  tremendous liability is undertaken she must
be prepared to liquidate lt.     No one
will   pretend   that   the  province   can
enter upon an obligation of such magnitude without    seriously   imperiling
its credit and prospects.
Nor must It be forgotten that this
liability is to be assumed ln respect
of a railway that will be of little real
advantage to the province. As we
have already pointed out, the line
will parallel tlie C. P. R. for the
greater part of the distance and only
for one-third of Its length will il run
through new country. lf Premier
McBride was really desirous of promoting tlie developing of the province
he  would  have  seen   to it  that   the
Telephone 580.
Buy a Box of
First-Class Table
Apples
We have lots of them.    See our
display.
Fish
COD,
HALIBUT,
SALMON,
FRESH   HERRING,
SOLES,
FRESH   BOILED CRABS.
Smoked Fish
Appetizers  for  Breakfast.
KIPPERED   HERRING,
BLOATERS   (Yarmouth   curedi
FINNAN   HADDIES,
SMOKED   SALMON.
J Special For Tomorrow
A complete dinner Bervlce, your
choice of two decorations, green
and blue, for only JS.75 per set.
This is a great snap.
jThe Fair
646 Columbia Street.
EASTERN
FRESH
SHELL
OYSTERS.
Cooking     Apples,
pies, Quinces.
Table    Ap-
Vegetables
Crooked Neck Squash, Boston Marrow Fat Squash. Hubbard Squash, Vegetable Marrows, Cauliflowers, and all kind
of fresh  vegetables.
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Specials  at
LEE'S
UV buy for casb and sell for the same
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor ond Accountant
AUDITS     MADE,    BOOKS     OF     ACCOUNTS     OPENED  ON   APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT FOR THE HALL SAFE
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
We are offering quite a number [n Un   .
Carpets.    Our  stock  of  tlie above  is  ,.,,    , ':
selection  so  choice  that   you are    hound ��� ' a3d ,hl
want.        See our latest arrival 0f Parlor 8nlteJ
ho'ind to a ,st -.,,
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A Beauty of 5 Pieces in Green Velour
CALL  AND  SEE   THEM.
for $33.00
CO.
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m"m   Mm^   M������     **^ Lei's Block, ColumM, c	
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Street,
London, Oct. 31.���An English mummy five hundred years old has been
unearthed in a garden at Stamford,
where a monastery of Black Friars
existed In mediaeval times. The
discovery was made at a
feet  during drainage exca
The body was enclosed
shell moulded to its form, embalmed,
and wrapped in cloth representing
canvas, covered with wax. It is supposed the body is that of an abbot of
the ancient monastery. The remains
were reburled in the local cemetery
after an inquest had been held, in accordance witli the law.
: Fraser River Fish Co.!
City
��� Opp.    ^^^^
4 PROMPT  DELIVERY
Mall. ���
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d   in  a  iead\2_,44_i-i*+++*.'.+'.'.*.*.'--<-'-<-~^~-
CITY
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Robbed   Dying   Baby.
Kingston,  Ont..  Oct.  31.���"I  got  it
Tenders are Invited for the erection
of  a   Refuse   Destructor,   capacity   ���"���
tons per dav.      Plans and profiles of j
site,  specifications and  further  parti-1
culars as prepared by the City Engin- i
from a bottle of liquor which my wife por- <-'an he obtained on application to
procured   for  our  dying    baby,"  was .the undersigned.
the reply which a man on the prohih- Tenders to be plainly marked on
ited list made to Magistrate Farrell. tlle outside "Refuse Destructor." and
when  asked  where    he  had  secured j delivered by 5 p.m. of the 22nd day of
liquor.      He was fined $10 and costs.
.November,
1909, to
YV. A.
The Shepherd King at the Opera j
House this evening is the most gor- '
geous theatrical production that has |
visited the coast since Ben Hur.
DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
To  have  your order for
Private Greeting
Christmas Cards
here on time you should place
your orders early.
Nothing so nice as "For the
Empire Series," characteristic
of Canada and British Columbia.
Come in and see the samples
at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
New goods coming every day.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME.
asy T
fi,
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_
These Numbers
Have Won
STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE BY
TENDER.
Those are the numbers for
the month of October, whose
holders are entitled to a 1":'-
piece china dinner set:
43,397,
48,360,
51,596,
60,009,
56,133,
60,298.
65,211,
54,237,
49,087.
74,536,
I
The holders of these numbers have used Royal Standard
Flour because it is a superior
flour. They have also profited
by our generous policy of giving away free each month a
beautiful 109-piece china dinner set to each of the holders
of the ten winning numbers.
If you have not already used
Royal Standard Flour, order a
sack today. You will get the
highest satisfaction in every
detail of your baking and cook-
Qg, besides the opportunity
tliat is described here.
Royal Standard Flour embodies superior flour goodness.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO.. Ltd.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned at the sheriff's office,
courthouse, New Westminster, up to
12 o'clock noon on Wednesday the
27th day of October, 1909, for the
purchase of th.e stock, etc., of D. F.
M. Perkins, general merchant, Mission City, B. C.
Persons desirous of inspecting the
stock can do so by applying to A. W.
Lane, Esq.. provincial constable, Mission City.
Inventories of the stock can be seen
j on    application    at   my    office.   New
I Westminster, or to Mr, Line at Mis-
! sion City.
The  highest    or    any    tender not
necessarily accepted.      Terms cash.
New Westminster, Oct. 1.!, 1909.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
Assignee.
Sheriff's  Office,   New   Westminster,
B.  C,
Note���Time for receiving tlie above
tenders is hereby extended to Saturday, November fith, 19u'J.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
251-7 Assignee.
I
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Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months.
This is good residential property
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
TINSMITHING
WESTMINSTER OPERA
HOUSE
TWO DAYS:
Monday,   November 1
Tuesday, November 2
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
ALL      WORK      GUARANTEED      BY
MERKRHLW & RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
TELEPHONE   586.
Wm. A. Brady Announces 'lie First Western Tour of 1
Romantic Actor.
MR. WRIGHT L0RIMER
in   tbe   Powerful   Spectacular   Drama.
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
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Jill JITSU GAME
IS DEAD ON COAST
FOOTBALL
Farce    in    Vancouver    on     Saturday
Night Put Finish to  It in This
Locality.
One of   the    biggest    frosts ever
turned loose on a trustful audience of;
sport-lovers  was the jui jitsu  match 1
between    Eddie    Robinson,     alleged!
champion of the  Paclflc    coast,  and
Kiyado L'yeno,   described    as champion ol li. c. ai the Vancouver Opera I
House mi Saturday evening.
The match    was  dm-  to  go three ,
e tl   ni twenty minutes each, and
0 Becure u fall a contestant  had to*
rii   liis opponent in such a position |
to force blm to yield or suffocate,
ui  something equally unpleasant,
i. Idli   Robinson    apparently had a
dlstincl   aversion   tn   hieing   throttled,
and  imi   Knowing io all  appearances
how i'i go about throttling his smaller ;
opponent, lie was contented  io keep
OUI  ol   the Jap's reach.      At  first  he
tried slugging,    but    when    the Jap
threatened to   qui!    thore and then,'
consented to forego ihoso tactics, re-1
1 lining,   however,   the   right   to   butt
wiili bis head. Slugging having been
disallowed, Eddie was reduced to doing liis besl  in keep ijut of the Jap's1
way,   and   for  the   remainder  of  the
first  round  the audience was treated'
to an exhibition of a large bull-necked
white    man     hacking    away   from   a
small  lithe Jap.      Three    times the
.lap   plowed   the  white  man  through
the two rows of ringside seats, and
the  bout   endfed  with   Robinson,  the
Jap. broken chairs, and alarmed spectators all piled iii extricable    confusion in the wings.
In the second and third rounds,
Eddie adopted different tactics, lying
on his face on the mat, and resisting
all the attempts of the Jap to turn'
him over. The audience reduced to
amusing itself since there was nothing doing on the stage, suggested
that Eddie be covered up with a blanket. The time expired with the
white man on tlie floor and the Jap
on top. and having escaped being
strangled into submission, 12ddie was
adjudged to retain his proud title.
The only  importance  attaching to i
the match is thai  lt  probably means I
tlie  death  of the jiu  jitsu  game on '
tills  side  of    the  line.      Jiu  jitsu  is '
like foil fencing.      lt is all  right so 1
long as botli contestants are willing
to abide by the rules of the game, but
to  put   a  jiu  jitsu  man   up  against   a
calcli-as-catch-can     wrestler   is   like
matching a foil with a club.     When
both men play jiu jitsu it's a pretty
tiling to  watch,  bin   none ever seen j
on the coast here has done anything
toward justifying the claims made for
it on its first appearance.
If any one Is misguided enough to
try and get up another jiu jitsu
match in Vancouver, it's a safe bet
thai they'll lie a keen demand for I
matured eggs for a few days beforehand.
California
Vaucouver,
James Bay
iors, nil,
Rugby.
University,
nil.
ll points;
39 points:
McGill Sen-
Association.
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT   LEAGUE.
Senior.
Shamrocks,  4;   Westham Island  1.
Intermediates.
Shamrocks, 3;  V. A. C, 1.
C. P. R��� 2;  Cedar Cottage, 2.
Coquitlam, 5;  Thistles, 3.
ll. C. E. R��� 4;  .Methodists, 1.
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Saturday's Eastern Football.
Hamilton, 24;   Montreal. 1.
Toronto  Varsity, 46;    Ottawa
lege, 5.
Ottawa. 14;  Argonauts, 8.
Queens,  19;   McGill,  12.
Col
our   Country   Soccer   Results.
London, Oct. 31.���Following are the
results of football matches played in
the Old Country yesterday:
FIRST  DIVISION.
Bradford C, 2:  Sheffield U., 0.
Bristol City, 0: Liverpool, 1.
Bury, 1;  Newcastle U., 2.
Everton, 3;   Bolton W., 2.
Manchester l'.. l.  Woolwich A.. 0.
Nottingham  F.,   1;   Middleboro,  1.
Sheffield W.. 3;  Aston Villa, 2.
Sunderland,  4:   Chelsea. 0.
Tottenham li.. 1; Notts C, 3.
SECOND DIVISION.
Barnsley, 7;  Westhampton W., 1.
Birmingham, 1;  Manchester C, 1.
I'm nicy, 1; Bradford, 0,
Derby Co., 1; Clapton, 0,
Fiilham, 5;  Leeds City, 1.
Glossop,  1;   Leicester Fosse. 0.
Hull City, 0:  Blackpool. 2.
Oldham A., 2; Gainsboro T., 0,
Stockport C., 1:  Lincoln City, 1.
W. Uromwicb A., 4;  Grimsby T., 3.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE.
Reading.  2;   Brentford.  IJ.
Croydon C, 0;  Brighton and
Leyton,  ll;   Bristol  Rovers, 0.
Watford, 0;   Coventry City, 3.
Millwall, 0; Crystal Palace, 2.
Queens Park.  2;   Exeter City, 2.
Northampton, 6; Luton T., l.
Newbrompton, 3:   Swindon T��� :
South  End I'., 2;   Norwich City
SCOTTISH LEAGUE.
Falkirk. 1; Aberdeen, 0,
Aiidi'ieoiiians, 0;  St. Mirren. 0,
Glasgow  K., 11:   Celtics, 0.
Clyde,  2:   Hibernians.  1.
Dundee. 2;   Third Lanark. 0.
Hamilton  A.. 2;   Motherwell, 1.
Harts. 2:  Patrick Thistle, 2.
Fort Glasgow. 1:  Kilmarnock, 1.
Queen's Oak,  6;   Morton, 2.
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RUSSIA DEPORTS
KOREANS FROM SIBERIA
King of Portugal   Recovers.
Lisbon,   Oct. 31.���King Manuel lias
j recovered from his Intestinal trouble
and  will leave for England on Wednesday.
Fleeing    From   Japanese   Oppression,
They Are Taking All  Land Available   For Settlement.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 31.���The emigration of Koreans to Siberia has
readied such proportions since the
Japanese occupation of Korea, that
the Government has resorted to the
necessity of deportation in order to
preserve the land for Russian settlers. The Koreans in Siberia have
now applied to the Duma, setting
forth the unhappiness of their lot if
compelled to return to Korea.
IL, 4.
Washington, Oct. 31.���That   Japan
j intends   to   keep   her     pledge     with
I China to remove her military forces
from Chien Tao. a territory lying be-
: tween   Manchuria  and   Korea,  which
j long has been in dispute, is acknowl-
| edged by the fact that, by November
2nd next, all the Japanese troops now
in that region  will be entirely withdrawn.    Announcement to this effect
was made at the Japanese Embassy
tonight by Mr. Keisliro Matsui. Counsellor of  the   Embassy  and    Charge
d'Affairs,   wbo   had   just   received   a
cablegram  from  his  government    in
regard to tlie matter.
LANGFORD   HOT ON  TRAIL
OF   BIG   NEGRO  CHAMPION
New York. Oct. 30.���Sam Langford
the black Boston pugilist. is hot on
the trail of Jack Johnson anl today
before the negro champion could start
for Chicago, lie issued tbis sweeping
deli:
"I want Johnson to tight me before
he fights Jeffries. He can have $1000
in cash from me the moment he steps
into the ring. I will fight him six.
ten, twenty-five, forty-five or a hundred round's for $6000 a side, winner
to take the entire purse or 7u per
cent. I will accept any reasonable
offer, arid I will win."
Columbian College Take First.
Columbian College Rugby team
beat the McGill intermediates en Saturday at Queen's park by a goal and
a try (eight points) to a try lthree
points). The visitors were not
heavy enough for the collegians, and
were beaten almost every time in the
scrum. Their three-quarter line bad
more vim ahout them, particularly
Cameron, who made some excellent
runs. Purpose scored in the first
half and McArthur converted. In
the second Ferguson ran in with a
beauty behind the posts, but the try
was not converted. McGill obtained
their only try from a trio falling on
the ball when Rugg did not clear.
The extra points wore not obtained.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
yfflce 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Phone 187
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Wright Lorlmer, who is playing In
the Shepherd King at the Opera
House this evening is one of the best
romantic actors of the day.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Carnarvon street, every M<��day evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, nouie
grand.   W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
A. O. U. W.���PHASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting hrethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. ball, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, 1-O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, In tive small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. ln the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Aitcb
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Becre
tary.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in me
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and NovernTrer, at u p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly mating. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of F.
hall.      Chief, W. Sutherland.
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Frank Gotch as Good as Ever.
Chicago, Oct. 30��� Frank Gotch,
the world's champion wrestler, showed his old-time form last night when
in bis match at the Empire theatre,
he disposed of two opponents���Gus
Uzzler and Fred Brier���In less than
twelve  minutes.
Time.
FITZHERBERT MAY RUN
AGAINST GREAT NIASKETTE
New York. Oct. 30.���If Fitzherbert
and Maskette do not meet in the
election day handicap at Aqueduct to
decide thc championship of the turf
this season. It ls possible that the
Empire City Racing Association will
try to bring tbem together in sweepstakes at Yonkers.
The association has been urged t0
hang up a suitable purse and to name
as conditions a race at a mile and a
furlong, weight  for age.
PREPARED TO OFFER
BIG PURSE FOR FIGHT
Guthrie, Okla., Oct. 30.���Zeek Miller, proprietor of the 101 Ranch al
Bliss, Okla., who early this week offered a $(15,0(1(1 cash prize to secure
the Jeffries-Johnson championship
flght, was ln Guthrie today.
"We are going after the flght to
get lt," said Miller, "and are prepared
to offer more money if necessary."
Miller said he had received no answer from either of the principals.
London, Oct. 30���Flying over the
Hrooklands motor track today, Louis
I'aulham, the French aviator, broke
tlie English record for altitude,
reaching a height of 720 feet. He
used a biplane.
The   Half-mile   Record.
Tlie recent sensational work at the
1 half mile done by Emilio Lunghi, tlie
hitherto unknown Italian runner, who
Is now with the Irish-American Ath-
1 letic Clug of New York, has called
more attention to the half-mile distance than it has received for a long
time. Following are the records for
the distance up to the present:
Date.     Name. Nation.
1864���Webster (England)..
186fi���Thornton (England).
18fi8���Colbeck (England) ..
1870���Somers-Smith I Eng.)
1872���Templer and Christie
(England) dead heat.2:01
1872���Pelhani (England)   .
1876���Slade (England)   .   .
1876�����borough  (England)
18S1���Movers  (America)   ..
11884���Meyers  (America)   ..
I 1885���Meyers (America)   ..
1 1888���Cross  (England)   ..  .
I 1805���Kilpatrlck   (America)
1909���Lunghi (Italy)' ....
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The Shepherd King at the Opera
House this evening is a thrilling romance, telling the story of the nse
of David, from shepherd boy to King
of Israel. It follows closely
scriptural story,
the
Some of the most splendid scenery
and some of the most striking stage
effects over seen on the coast will be
shown at the Opera House this evening in the course of the production
of the Shepherd King.
Killed While Shunting.
Shoal Lake, Man., Oct. 31.���Geo.
Thompson, of Mlnnedosa, a C. P. it-
car repairer, was fatally injured in
the station yards here at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. It appears that
he was underneath a car on one or
the sidings, when a shunting engine
moved the car he was working on,
the wheels passing over his body and
crushing his leg, arm and jaw, and
injuring him otherwise. He was
conveyed to the local hospital where
he died at 6 a.m. today. His age
was 24 and he leaves a widow.
Canton, Oct. 31.���The first lift given by the government of China to
shipping and commerce was made a
few days ago when a delegation was
appolnced to make a study of the
shipping question with a view to encouraging ship building. The committee consists of some of the most
competent heads of wholesale houses
in China and have been authorized
to visit American and English shipping ports to take up the matter of
export and Import via water as soon
as possible.
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You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this office,
whether you Intend to travel or send-
ng for your friends.
From Montreal and Quebec.
Empress of Britain ..   ..  November 5
Empress of  Ireland   ....November  19
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET.
C. P. R. Agent.
I. O. G. F.���ROYAL CITY LODG-E3
No. 3���Meets In Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. G.; C E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton. No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
F. Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls.  Nest No. 29.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283���Meets second and fourth
Mondays at 8 p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood St.
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDA f.
NO -EV,ber
r
&5
.   _ y
Do you !:no-.v tbe difference
betw-in working ano having
th��     rl  do -c for ycu'.'
:.. Soap a '     '������ nakes
p   o'-.'.   sa
. .���_; inuney���but    ...
neillit;
clotfac
"s   jn. t
dlfferei
bet ween
Sunligb ���
_r._ <j[ib,n_,y
soape.
Norwegian Shippers        |
Compete in East
���
Follow
Directions
_____ZZ33__$i
What?
NEVER    HEARD    OF    THE
RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSET
An  odorless  closet.     No sewerage or water required. We
also   have   an   odorless   commode.
If. HARRIS 8 CO.
HALL
(Continued  from  Page One.)
declared that tbese vessels won. ���;
among the largest and Qnesl of the
Norwegian   merchantlh   marine,   and
would cost upwards o   f350,000 each.
"The  Black Line."
For   many   y, ars   I        Norw( ������
have been Bteadiiy  driving thi   B I -
ish flag from Canada's coasting trade,
until they have almosl a million ions
i t shipping operating in this country.
By  an  ordei   oi   the  government   at
Ottawa, and  on  the  install      o    '
citizens  of  the   Maritim ���   proi ii ���   ���
who protested bitterly against the encroachments of what they called the
"black line," this class of trad
le<>en chocked.    Since July l the only
Norwegian shipping allowed to tradi
from  one  Canadian   porl   to  another
were colliers of 1,500 tons and over,
and  that  only  between Nova  Scotia
and  Qui hoc ports.
Canada bas been one of the mosl
fruitful hunting grounds oi I ��� Nor-
lan shipping men. and they arc
nm at all prepared to gi\o up without a struggle. Tho Inaugui tion of
:i Newfoundland and Canadian traffic
is one instance of the direction in
which they are turning their ship; I ig
ATISM mm nm
A SPLENDID MAN
I Russian   Writer  and   Edu-
cator Pays High Tribute
. art] r's Memory.
I ���' ant i ��� 'Tv ��� .ironic rheumatic to tbruw
aw   ��� ��� Ines,    all   Ilnlmpiits,   all
I ��� rs, nnd : i MITNYON'S RHEUMATISM REMEDY a trl il. No n atter what
y.ei:r do ir i . iy I .', i. i matter what
your t ��� ia I f bi ���". I a matter how
I  ��� you n ay I ������ apalnst all adver-
. | | ... .       t onre to your di ���:.������
��.-i>t aud get a bottle of the KHEXJMA-
���i ISM ItEMI.DT II ll ( ill to Rive ^.!:;-
.        -e.i will refund yonrmoney.���Mnnyon
Remember this retaedy contains no Bal-
Icj lie "''i'i. no e ��� : ��� . e e. .ni.,., morphine or
oti r harmful (Jrncs. ll is put up nnder
the guarantee ��� f the Pure Pood and l'rug
let.
For sale by all druggists.    Trice. 25c.
Another move is to be tho placing of
a ; i"! of their shipping, Unit bas been
dri ii out of Canada, under the Brit-
flag, and thousands of their cltl-
e ��� ��� will come to this country t'i
seek i Itizenshlp, so that they may
pursue their vocation in Canadian
waters without hindrance.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc'jes for Ladi< s from $127:
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
Watch es,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. C
Twn   doors   hom   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul tc
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, 'South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
So trains in tlie service on an..
railr ad in the work] that equal In
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
v .:   St.   Paul  Hallway.      Ti. ���>
^wn       :  operate  their own  sleepingi
��� cars on nil their trains and
<gIvi itrons  an  excellence    of
le elsewhere.        {
ROWE, G n.-ral Agent.1
AJd��r Poland. Or. I
Bl
H. S
I 14 Third St,
��� Oct   31.���"Francisco Per
P( |      5 my pi rsonal friend," Baid W. j
R isslan Liberal and
0i writer. ' He was tbe mod-
Spain.     He was
... yet a regular
This was iii ��� si ���
iccess    in  c i a lng  i;i
g] ...   in    Baicelona -and .
Ci ... at populai  movement
foi ��� ial lay school.-..     1 flrst
i... : i liis beautiful young wife
in   Bi issi Is   four  years   ago   at   tbe
the great gi ographer, Elisi ���
i;,, Prof.   Ferrer  then  said  to '
i ���       it  is evident   thai   I  shall  nol
be       iwed  to conduct    our national
���. Spal .. b it lure in Brussels
or In i'aiis 1 shall continue my peda-
work.     Capable   and devoted
is will take my place in Spain."
"Prof. Ferrer was a iuHli.lle-ay.eil
man. short and well built, with I
thoughtful, but penetrating eyes. He
was one of the -��� n li st and kindest
of the man) social ana scientific
thinkers and flghtei s 1 bave km
The lasl time i saw him and his wifi
was in London last June. ii.. cami
here iiuioily to study the educational
institutions and museums. The lasi
afternoon we spent together with
Prince Kropotkin and discussed t!i<
future function of the schools in Bolv-
inu the bitter social struggle. I
mentioned that the pedagogic exhibition in Switzerland Bhowed that the
youth, during school time, could produce anything from the simplest object to tlie most complicated machine.
Prof. Ferrer became enthusiastic
over tlie idea, jumped up and shaking my hand, exclaimed: Write It all
down. We shall develop the idea
and prim it in all our publications.
We educationists must bring humanity new Ideals of peace, love and labor instead of bitter struggle, hatred
and bloodshed.'
"Prof. Ferrer hastened back to
Spain owing to the illness of a beloved little nieee. Amons; the bo-
called proofs presented at his court-
martial was a letter in which he went
$30 for the 'greal  revolution.'     This
ed to his wish thai they should
begin the publication of liis Spanis i
translation of Prince Kropotkin's latest bools on the great revolution of
1789, which was then just out in
French and will shortly appear i"
English. llis clerical accusers
him with attempting to start a great
revolution with $30."
E3._fSEK.-3F.VT4
Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Doors,
P
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kino    ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc:.
Fish and Fruit Boxej,.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F A RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always inJStock for Fencing and Draining.
Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
PORTUGAL   FACES
FINANCIAL   CRISIS
Wright Lorimer, the Sta
King."
Lisbon, via. Badajos, Oct. 31.���The
ti i   ni' finance today called  the
;. ' cabinet to thi   Qni n-
cial condition of Porl igal, and a secret chamber  session  ol   ministry  is
considering the situati en.     with the
country already on the verge of bankruptcy, the present  session of Pailia-
- ��� ��� - has resulted In the outlining of
i a financial program thai will leave i;
i e.'1;,1!'!' th ' 'ois' favorable calculation,
���'.y--.  farther in debl al the end
i '.i thi  pi esi nl fiscal year.
Take notice that an application lias
been made to register Charles Ketch-
um as tne owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from C. C. Usher
: to Frederic W. Howay and Robi L.
Reid, bearing date tlie 1st day of De-
, ceiuber, A. 1).. 1902, ol ail ami singular tliat certain parcel or tract or
land and premises situate, lying ami
being in the district of New Westminster, in the   province of    British
. Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lot 13 of Block 13
ot Let 801, Group 1, Murray's Ad'll-
tion, north half of Lot 14 of Block 13
[ of I ot 201, Group l, Murray's Addition.
Vou rind those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said lam! bj virtue of   any unregisti red Instrument
LIQUOR    LICENSE
N'otice Is herebj
days  from  date  I inti n I
! F. S.   Hussey, buj ���
vlnclal   police.   Victo . a
transfer of the liqui
Gilbert Tulloch, foi tei,
situated     at   l'or: to
George Welch of Pi
GILB1
Port   Moody,  Octol
LAND   REGISTRY
Take  llolice   tie :- _
i" ��� ii made to registi r T
Jr.. as the owm i
a  tax  sale  dei .1  froi
Dykes to Thomas Kni
dale the Bth day ol S
1907, of all an 1 sin
ind all persons claiming any Interest l"i''"l or tracl  o
ArtN
ewor
ep artment
Our stock is now replete in all tlie necessaries for your favorite style of
FANCY   WORK.
in the said land b.v descent, whose
title Is not registered under tbe provisions of the "Land Reegistry Ac'.
jare required to contest the claim of
jthe. tax purchaser within forty Ave
days from the' late o; the first publication of tbis notice, and in de fault
jof a caveat jr certificate of lis pendens bcin�� filed within BUCb 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 ln
respeel of the said land, an.l I shall,
register Charles Ketchum as owner
thereof in fee, And i hereby direct
���that publication of this notice lor
thirty ir.ys in a daily newspapi r published in New Westminster will bej
uood and sufficient service thoreor.
Date 1 at tlie Land Regintry Office,:
New  Westminster,  Province of Brit-;
lsh   Columbia,  this   28th   day  of  Sep-
tember, A. D. 1909,
C. S. KKITH.
District Registrar,
To Henry Young, Es'p, John Uren.
Esq. '2'2H-'iO
.   ..
;,
!.
Stamped Doylies and Centre Pieces
9-inch  10c
12-inch  25c
18-inch
22-inch
.35c
.50c
Each
amped  Line,, Tray Cloths. 27x18,
New  Cushion  Tops  in  an  endless
ventional  designs, 25c, 35c, 50c and   . . .
26-inch Centre Pieces with  circular
linen.    Each   	
assorted designs.
 35c   and
variety of floral and
floral designs on ci
con-
. .75c
elored
..75c
Belding's Silks
Royal Floss, Fllo and Rope  Silk.    Per skein	
Crocket Silk, l-l oz. Spools.	
Peri Lusta.   Per skein   5C
I). M. C. Embroidery Floss.   2 for 5c
Cotton 2 for 15c
5c
ic
Clark's  "Anchor"  Crochet
Bilklne, per spool...
Slag  Brand Crochet   Silk, large Bpools 10c, 3 for 25c
Scrims. Wools and Yams; Embroidery hoops. Cushion forms
Embroidery needles. Knitting needles, Cushion corda and frilllngs
silk conls. pom-poms, etc., etc,
Our stock is complete in all these, and you would do well to investigate
our prices in anything you require in this line.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express and Seattle train
leaves ~,:',b.
Afternoon Express leaves 15:'26 ff"'
all points Kast, including United
Slates points, St. Paul and Hast.
.Agassi/.  Local  leaves 17:.'i").
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. H. Agent.
sii uate,  Ij
trict   ni'    New    \o
Province of    Briti
particularly known
l. il  :���.  Block 10, ol  |
Group 2.
You ancl those c
undi r ymi  and  all   i   n
any Interest in thi
tne of any  un      I
and all person
in  the  said  land   b
title is not reci tered i
visions  of the "Land  Ri
are required to conte
the tax    purchaser   wil
���lays  from  the  dati   i
this notice upon you
of  a  caveat  or ci
dens  being filed   with
or   in   default   of    ri d
registration, you an I i
be    forever   eBtopped
from  setting up any i
respeel of the saiel lai
register Thomas Knigl I
i hereof in  fi e.      And  i
that   publication   oi    I
thirty days in a daily n
lished  in   New     V. >
weekly newspaper |      -
liwack will be good i ���
vice   thei, ol
Dated at the Land Ri
New Westminster, Pi
ish Columbia, this 13l
ber, A. D.   1909
C. S. Kl
i'e    '
To .lane  Wilkin-
���
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V
MM
William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105
P. O. Box 345
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you /
No wonder after the burd winter.
Few c��n Hand it. ,j
Put on . new   one  of Kuheroid
Roofinf.   No trouble then
Ruberoid is an eiwtio roofai*"
will ��tand  all   kinds of ��***��!
heat, cold, sun, ruin, Windl nia*
oo difference lo Roberold.
It  is  weather-proof and lire rc
| sislint!. .
Will not melt, Track or ro .
Most easily applied and requires
I no painting. ������rticuUrs,
Call or write for foil particular
samples and prices.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper.
T.J. TRAPP HO, ltd. ". ;��� ::.   ? \}ls:    \ ;���-,:. ��
[   ...   .    ��� gfl
are gearing our
i
Ready-to- Wear
ilored Suits.
I
v   are  better��� I stter
it
st; . better materials, and
��� >ney. You have here a
don to pick from impossi-
in any "made-to-oruer"
sti re, and you can get it right
away.
Twentieth Century Suits, $20 to $30.
We are the sole agents for this celebrated brand.
Phillips, Wardrobe  Clothier
%
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���,f;ITI.��. >u::<> s,tv'n:i;.c    your   kicv.hc.ii    things   and
ni:i.ko thorn whalcs'-omo and saintao
fa��    or.
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1 _.l_>,.li-.n.��   ���������
EXTRA      '   NARY ESCAPE
FROM FALL TO DEATH
Oct  81.���Checked    ln
..  the  ali   trom    the
��� om which a fellow-work-
pitched to death on the
,,f the WllUamshurg
bi low, James Donahue, a
Ipalnti day, in tlio    Bight    ol
.siisponilod   trom   :l
I . ..I  iIip end of n long
i . i caughl  in Ills cloth-
Head downwind. Don-
Ike a human pendulum
i' whai seemed like hours
lo lhi ig  crowd,   Who  expected
every moi    it to Bee the frail lioid of
; In Ids clothing nivo way.   >''1-
' b mi the bridge structure
rung a rope to him. He .grasp-
carefully drawn up t0
lafety,
HUNUIIY KOIIENTS
ATE MAN'S BEARD
Went to Sleep In    Ceii.ii-    and  Rati
Liked the Flavor of His
Whiskers.
' lhe insioni of other cit
ies, there   wlll be u  banquet  at  St.
'' II mi Friday week. Novom-
'" - in li i the auspices of the Lay-
fan's Missionary movement, when
be delivered by a number of prominent speakers on the sub-
���'' Ic . ! es mei with phenomenal
Wccess Wlthltl the nnsi few
monl1��
FAIR StlFFRAUETTE
HANDY WITB FISTS
In   Scientific     F.ishie'n     KftOCkl   DoWl
Thing  Whl.h  She  B iv.   ll  Al
lowed   tO   Voir.
past
Bank of Montreal
ESTABUSHBJD 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00 '
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
fc'ato throughout Canada and
"Wrtoundland, and in Loadon, Eng-
'^'1. N-o. i ,:i[, Chicago and Spokane,
"��� S A., and Mexico City. A general
banking | igineu transacted. Letters of Credit Issued,    available with
COw--e  ttdenu  in    all   parts of    the
World.
8avtng�� Bank Department���Deposits
recei''''1 imi  of  $1 and upward,
and Inten ��� allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (pn  ent rate).
"Totd  (Vsseta ont $HS,0O0,00O.W).
"BU   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
0- D. IiRYMNER. Manager
Trenton, N. J., Oct. 31.���James
Donnlgan, a Newark plumber, declares he will bring suit againsi a
local merchanl for the loss ol a full
grown beard which was chewed ofl
by rates while the victim was sleeping peaceful!, in the cellar of the
merchant's new building on East
State Btreet, Donnigan in s;o Indlg
nant he threatens violence not olll>'
to the merchant, but to every unfor
tunate rodent that happens near hlm
The contract for the new building
was givento an out-of-town contractor. The structure ls almosl com
pleted. Donnigan and a gang of
plumbers have been at work several
days The Newark mun wanted to
flnlsh the Job, and wns much dlaap
pointed when his process was hindered by a lack or lighting '"111 les.
When   darkness   set   In   ho   decided
to remain on the premiws until day-
light when he could finish bis WOrH
in a few hours anil return to N-'w
ark Me mude a temporary bed w
the cellar, and ueing his overcoal tor
a blanket, was soon asleep.
The rhiliv air awakened hlm later.
IU. fell th" lack of something, ami
placed his hands to bis faee. 'twas almost do-in shaven
S
New   Voik,     Oci       31       \u   nlhl. IL
muii.iniic aroused lhe udmlintion "'
members ol tho Ciilumcl Club nnd
rei Idents of lhe Hotol Sovlllo, ��Im
witnessed her one round boul with n
fair haired youth, who had annoyod
her hen night, While the olubmen
applaudod the young woman "i'i"'
cut, swung a left, and then knocked
him down with n Hlinli'.lii h'li io the
Jaw,     Then    she    picked    lhe half
dazed   follow   Up  .nnl   slapped   Ills  l;l,e
until he wns glad lo break awaj !""'
run up Madison avenue
The youth had been following thc
suffragette, who was prett) ���<ii��� i well
gowned. He spoke to Iipi al Twen
ty-niniii street and Madi ion avenue,
where she turned upon him
"lio von wani us to call n police
man?" said a Calumi I man in ths
mhlsi or the fray, "Stopping spoi t,"
she asked scornfully; "Do i look as
though i needed a polloeman?"
"Beg pat don," said I repoi tei from
n respei table distance, "mai i hs i ���
your name?" "1 am n suffragette."
she replied, and, pointing to her Iat*
adversary, who was rapidly dlsap
peearing, she added, "And they ftllotn
things like tbal to vote"
He aro ���'���
;it   coin
darted
The White Pass
^d Yukon Route
J?.r  (;o'���'������ '    CARCBOSS.   ATUN.
jjI';/1 DAW90M and FAIR-
nent Wm__m
carr\
.    ' "��� ���<*���*   ana,l, express am
quicklv, nnd there was B >-'"'
motion as about. Oftjf bin rats
into places of safe-'ty.
Donnigan is going to   the own
er of the building for damage!
Grand Trunk Ry-
Excellent Train Service Betweel
Chicago, London,
HamUton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
AndalltheprindP-i^on,.s,^of
ONTARIO, QLTJ.M   $��* ***
TIME PBOV1NCBB.
CHINESE EDITOR
MAY Iif   in PORTI D
Han Craociacc, Ocl :;i Deports
tion proceedings ba ' been be* in
against Lo Hun. editor of ill" Phlnese
paper Liberty News, on ., i h irge of
anarchy They Wtve brought ;i�� H"'
retail of an editorial In Lo's papei
praising the BMHMetii of Prince i��"
and advising the slaying of mor.. lap
anese. The editorial called ihe :'-'
sassin ��� hero, and declared thai ""
e had Kot. ahead of llw Cbtoeee, as ��
was the Intention of (to to 'gobble
up Chlnsi."
A  r.himney   Are at lhe residence of
a M Bornett, it o.i um bia street, r*>
.reived rhe arr.entlon last evenlnt? of
[the brigades from Koe. 1 snri 2 hall*
'The rleparrmenr. rcr.flved their CWW
fron the box at the conMT f'f f>un,'''''tn
���Dd Columbia sf.reers, and dealt with
i che outbreak  In a. very prompt man-
Ber.
K ani'.'.M'-.
Vie-. .   inn\  :; nutnhei
.   ��� ,�� nominaikuie have been reporl
cl      |\au loop . i ne.  sis Uavi
i-.i    ii    m      \ ein'i    the    well   1.11,-VV H
stoi k man ae Uv ;   i sndldatp      Mi
11 i. w <-u know ii. hoi ''"ii in ths
IIPIM-I       ,','UUll   1   , btll 'll'  '""    It   '    -I       'I"'
pi o\ iiiei- .Teia \-.,   i. popiilai  " hi  ��� ��'
in-  i'.  Know n       \ii    \ .re, ,   i. on? "l
I hr   ,lil pi toi 'i   Of   the   H      \     ei'.ui    I     ;'���,,
, |i !j
Rossland
ttOtll    l.ihi'l ell    nil,I    C0nSl   I  >      lil i      ��� em
ellelelli'.    nil       111 ��� \\      i|l     ill.-     Iil'1,1     :ll      IJ.'ea
inini. tin- i ii'ii als imi lug notntn iti d
i'   s   LO   w inn. the papula!  bai ilstel
as   llu'ii    rninliilnl,' |'l|,-     I-..11-;.-.i \ n
Live nominee o W   H   Bt'udpti
In   Hi ri nu ni nl   n   Imi   flghl   i e   pi ll||1
I     I'll.       I.ll'.   I  111 I',.||e:,'I   | ,1||,  ,-       illl.!
. i iii .i candidali i bi lug uow all lu lhi
li, III 111.        1 il., ml   . llOll ���     ie    I     i>
I ��� |, ��� 11 < - < ��� . leillll |i .lil, l,ee,.|i ,.: \1 i.l,\ ll 1
III     III,'     !'."! i-l Illll.  Ill        .ililllilill ,|     li.ill.l
while i;..iif.i i inihii imi. nm i it :n , ol
the Miners' Uiiluii, ttuuouttced hltuself
i ei s..ei:iii"i candidal) some tluie
ngOe
(,i nml    I ni I- o
.1 > >ii ii Mi i ii uie. Boi IbIIbI . and luetn
bn im liiiimi le'oiiii: in the ii'u.ni
house, has up to the preseni ulilj une
oppoueni  in tin-   person of    Isruesi
M illil .    �� in.    Is   "HI    I'm     Hn'    I 'nu-'.'  i i n
lives A i ilbei eii iiiiiiiiin-i |g ekpei led
to   appeal    earl)    lu   the    preseni
week
.1 i ��� i im i Is oi New i li m ei has all
in mm ml his ino iiiluii ni cOUtiug OUI
ns Independent * audldale foi is',m ;in
nin chief plank wlll be loi al opllon
.i   ii. Bohofield ol Trail, ti"- preseni
liieiiilni    foi  Vinii   will  In-  allow* el   In
take his Rent again withoul a uonlesti
hin nomination having been endorsed
i,i,iii by Liberal and Coubi rvallvi ���������
Mi iii iniii. im describes hlniBelf as "
Con hoi i stive, bul In polllli s Is t"''
iiiiiiiy nn Independent
r,.it linn.
Wolll   Inn:   In i II   I ' i i I' ed   I' "in   Qui 8
Del to th'- efft-Iil tt"" lhi Const i hb
lives of (rniboo have ��� hosen '"
Callaflan and ���' a i- i asei an lhi li
candidate,     Tbe Liberal oon Pdtlun
bus not yet lieni held, bul It is probfl
ble   Ihnl   II    JOflOS nn'l   I    M     YoibIoii.
the preseni members, win be renom
Ina ted
in nn. islands, T w Paterson, th-
Liberal eandldau nt    tbe l*��i ��� "���
tions, who nm a  B Mi Phllllpe, ' on
servatlve, the   membei    iri the late
house, ko elose, bus annottnoed ,,"',
he will nol again Reek the riorultintloti
,iml it || probable thai Ibe Liberals
will choose A I'm vis as theii leader
Mr. Mr I'hilllps wlll again be the ' "'i
servatlve eandidate.
Mayor Nleholsnfi rf l.adyirnith will
probably stand for Newcastle ln Ibe
Conservative interests.
Vancouver  Labor  Party.
Vaneoiiver labor men have refused
to regard the candidates chosen b.v
the Socialist party In thnt riding as
their representatives in the campaign,
and bave chosen Alexander Hamilton
as their standard-bearer. Mr. Hamilton is well known In local labor circles throughout the province. Helms
twice   been   president   of  the   Stone-
New Furniture
Business
!   11
iliuvl  11 iMu I luMu:tuiil:ir< iiicr  tt)  thi puMir.
Nne
"AMri p.   nneun
,i -i DUbdnl pi.'.i.   6V6I
i \,v  r ii
\. S. DENNY,  ColomMa Streel, Ni:\v Wi!slmiuslnr
M.iil S����rvic��
feell.e,,   illj;      .,,.        lllO     llGtit'H     Ol      'I. =!'���>'���    ll
in.l   iii I I, nl   ..!   ni:,ila   iii   111,       ;..,\    \\ ..--I
tnluslei  [iObi "Hi'.. ' he houi t'i eh '"
..ii, ii case being the htnij ol Bldeiugi
VI lii.   h     i  j     hill      :ln     h.Mli       flj     j     I 111,-.     I...
r..m    111,-.    ;|. nml    i|.'.Q|.ell..|.        .V M    iiimIIo
iuiii-.es ,,1 iii-.i,,i-,, oinii.i ui^ d^egpai.nh
. ,1     Mllil     | .'.  gil ''I     '''ill,      .��� |.l      IllUliUV
i he ottlj   mails aisitatt ht .1 and  ,o
.<-ev.nl    liilli.liM    11,0   ih      ll     N     II     ���!..Illll
.imi o r 11 e&s 1 mails aoi including
Ihn    ivnv    iini|l = .       -!..i|,|.uM,in,       1'iqop,
\lilla  anil   riii|iilllini
���
fr I ' "i*",r". man, .���ipresij and
r..' ��1 k   MUCH  tt  Ow
8 'd:- 1 Oon*, _m*m__tm
'
For ly.r,
��� ���   m_ . - ..
.atloa *_y*jti H
'��� : "������'& Tfiflc Maaa^r.
Also to BUFFALO, WJT VORK and
For Tim* TO*, tt*    ^��3B
GEO.   �����  V*J*'
lK Agent, ^5 k"*m*
Onlr three alarms, one false, were
Fimg in ro the city fire department
���taring OTeher, an unusually smalt
number for fhe ttme of year rhe
principal rail was ro the residence or
icolivrt Ctie-rifW. in the west end, tM
hoiisfi b��-lng d�� stroyed In the absence
i of the owners. ,
iwice    iitrii    yn-o.w~*��*    ����    -��� .
cutters' union, and was master wont-
man at the provincial assembly m
1887, at which the B. C. branch of the
Knights of Labor was organized
Vancouver Liberals wlll bold theii
nominating convention this evening
while in Victoria both Liberals and
Conservatives will choose their candidates on Wednesday.
Malls   M-x-iial. ho.I
n 1111 nin (Closed Bl iiuyon S'OiOhM
Un. previous nintui ValldOUVef via
tl. N   ll. Qwl
li  a in.     Vniii'oi|vci   and   Vlclot'lfl   vis
11 i- ie.1,,,1!!, railway
IHiBt   1-    [���   H   cat  t&k-tii "II jjoints
enal   ilu Iinloie   l,RMel��r   anil   .lialdit
The   niiill   rm    Alilioisioi'l   nml   >H =
lilil.    I 'Im-hlM II    ami    .llslilnl.    lliint'MH-
l'||�� and fllSlrleti an.l   MatSltUl are des-
ha" bed  li'.   K a f of \'mn on ver
n a in Blaine and Seattle itt
. iiniinu ...li r -���. points east and south;
eind iiiii a ruiiiio Cernrldne afld 11*7
simeie, on Tuesdays, Thufedajs, u"'t
I'laliii'lnvs
I   aii ������.oi 1 ov malls ste feeelted from
' 1 :i<,v 1.ini..   sm epl  Hall's Pratfl ���   Ha
/.nine 1 n Hii'i Pefttrtdge, srbWb anivea oM
l|,< ClII       Ijlli'   I...I,       Hnlle      Hl\        I  MvHAfv
lh,,iii4���ja   ami    Bgtttfdijti
11 iin H in    Vanoouver, Victoria arid
f^nirni   4'nik.   via   II   fl    BlSOtftfl   Hail
wny.
]2:::(�� p.ttl, Rtrawiierry Hill. Hin-
borlarirl and tkftliu Vpitniinsier, hy
courier (Tnesrlny and Friday).
I;r'.'l p.m.���eJOtlel Hlirriaby, by courier
Jj00 j.. in     ftnrriiilflatri. tjjt wmrler.
2:b'�� p rn 'Summer rnrmtns etos^ at
2:2b fxcp[,t Satnrrlayi Ladner. Port
Oiilrbori. TVestttaffl Island and Sun-
letrv. daily excepf Sunday, Woodward,
Tuesday, fhursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Sieveston mail despatched and received via Vancouver.)
1:80 p.m.���Vancouver and Hiper
8ldlng, via O. N. R. north.
8 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nleomekl, and
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday ami Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnany
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched fo
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including nil U.
S. points east and south, via (J. N. H-
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Fraser Mills. This mall takes the fob
i lowing local niaces: Barnet and
IPort Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney,   Mission,    Cnllli-
n.i.li Ihn,jo.,��� 11,.I gpHh&S O. e-'--l"
I ,11,.ii 1 |ll,...,l ?!,���-.,,..do |l,l,lL... INti"~
..!���, .,ii,l ,li-ml, 1 Mini nil ,..il.ii_- ��� ���>=���
r ... ,.i    h ....(c-m a
Mails,    |Wi��1V*d.
(j   ^,    a ,���       pi,,l���c    mi.l       Q.-oHi. ,    10-
cllldittg  '.ii  r   g   iii'i.-i"   via 11   N. H.
��� I I ,\ I
!i   __    a (ii      V'-ni"(<'lve.    ������".I    \ 1 '"
,.,,....|.i     lu.^.lnvl.   vl'i    "     6     '' '"
Mail" ay.
H;iU) ��,. lii:(in a in     sii-on-iie.vi-v HIH,
l,v   Btttlfiei   I I UeBday  Attd   Friday)
n  in  a in    vnn.'oiiver and   vi" '
ria   ll    N.   II.
1 1   I..   It "a  �� ���"     i adn 0   fort
(4uiiti"M.  \V~��>lmm  Island  and   11 nes-
dai-.  tlitlfSdajr and  Saturday)   Wood-
Wfl,d, via steamer I '' Rr,i-e IP" 9
���,��� lespfttthed and  ret-^ved via Vati-
r>oiiver ��
�� m am-   O. P. R   p*"' "'ft train)
p.,,,,^,.,,,,,   Fraser   Mills   and   Couu't-
Ih 111. ,  r,   .
l:nn p.ffl     Van-mivor.  f'entral  Park
snd  P'ft��er Arm.
1:80 p.m     Rfl��t Rtiniaby. by cdttrlW.
2-)0 p m ��� BnrrjiiiiHtm, by courl��r
8:80  pm     "I"1"*"  '""1    SP:,t,lp'  ln"
Plndlni all _  q  polht��
q tn pm Seeend Mall east una
losed mail from Sumsa, ttfld ^e-attle,
hclud b|   U. H. A   "i"upr    ""'  B
pr���c.p.   VIill =
HFWARO
A rewnrd of $2fi.<��n will be paid for
Infrirmatlon whleh wlll lead to lhe
eriTivieMon of the person or persons
who have reeently heen interfering
witli and damaging the are lights on
Queen's avenue.
Rv  order.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City  Hall. New Westminster, October 88, liifif).
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Mams
Design*
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Anyono neniJIng & nkctch anil dpirrlntlnn may
Quickly nacBrtaln our opinion fr��e whin her au
InvonMon It probKt.lr fintontsMn. CVmiutititru.
Mimes mrletlrconSilonilHl. HANDBOOK in I'ut. nu
niMit rr���.'. Olilatt agency (or noininncr valuntn.
1'utontl taken tbrough Munn &. Co. reueli
tptciol notlm, without chnrue, la tha
-�����    - - .~_m_M_,    <rm^_^m.t
mi. ���vw wyv. agency iur ...,-u,,,.. ,._...���	
1'utontl taken tbrough Munn &. Cm. rtcuivs
iptclal noUea, without ohnrge, lu the
Scknttfle flmtrtcan.
A handejomely Ulnttnted weexhr. Uuswt edr-
onlatioD of any idsnuno Journal, 'forma (or
t'nnuda, j��)5 a yaar,poatago prepaid. SoM by
nil uewadealera.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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M0NDAV.N0VEMBERi
Timely Tips
For Bargain
Hunters
We have just received another carload of the Raymond Flour. Those
who have tried it
will appreciate this
news, and those
who have not ought
to take the chance,
both to try it and
also to save some
money by using it.
Remember, we
don't follow the
leaders, we lead
the followers.
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ILADIES:
Don't fall to attend tlie MAJESTIC RANGE COOKING
EXHIBIT on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and
see Professor Wulfl operate the
GREAT  MAJESTIC at
��� Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
4444*********************
NA-DR'JCO
Talcum, Violet, B orated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants  or adults.
T. A.
& CO.
Ellard  Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
City News
Ro!i Stevenson's whole stock of
boots aud shots to be sold off in
thirty days. 219-
Palm ferns and all kinds of plants
'at Tidy's, the florist, TJ7 Columbia
'street.      Phone  Lis!. 250
Oflicer Regan, who has been in
the hospital for son... time, Will resume liis patrol duties today.
For pianos, organs, sewing machines, talking machines, sheet music and records go to J. H, Todd's
music house, Columbia  street.
Come and see Prof. WulEf of Ber-
! lin and get some pointers on cooking
1 on the Great Majestic Range this
��� week at Anderson it Lusby's store.
Order your bulbs for Sprij<? flowers now from Davies, Greenhouse.
telephone  B208. 251-tf
For first-class cut flowers and- any
kind of Floral work, telenbone Davie.-.'
Greenhouse, R20S.
Universal  sympathy  was felt with
Premier   McBride   o;i   the   announce-
i ment on Saturday of the deatli of his
; new-born son.
Mr. Denny will move bis stock of
furniture and carpets into the Cunningham block, 12 Sixth streei, aboul
November 1.
The Best Range on Earth will be
| on exhibition Tuesday, Wednesday,
i Thursday and Friday at Anderson &
e Lusby's,  Columbia  street.
List  your property
with  W.  II. Nesbitt
lumbia  street.
for quick  sale
&  Son.  650  Co-
249-8
��� THE ���
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,  Prop.
>
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, 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.       I
Do  not   stand   still.    Improve  your i
position.      Expert    teachers.      Quick
results.
WestminsterModernBusiness
School
A. L. BOUCK. Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
"Lifebuoy Soap ig delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet Kor washing underclothing   it   is   unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
&
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD.
HEAD  OFFICE 28  LORNE  ST.
Board of Directors:
T.  J,  Trapp,  President.
T.   s.   Annandale,   First   Vice-
President.
J.   J.   Jones.   Second   Vice-President.
T.  II.  Smith,        II.   Ryall,
L. A.  Lewis,       M. M.  Xelems,
It. B. Walker, M. D.
Trustees:
Hon. R. McBride, Premie,- B.C.
Geo. R. Ashwell, W. S. Collister
F. J. Hart Managing Director.
E, L. Webber, Assistant Manager and Secretary.
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t Get Your FURNACES AND PLUMBING J
��� Fixed For the Coming Winter. <
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN !
t Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster X
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Repairing neatly done by D. F.
Quigley at Sinclair's shoe store.
Call at Anderson & Lusby's Columbia street and see Prof. Wulff cook
on tlie Great Majestic Range and get
his recipes free.
The steamer Transfer will hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharf
for Ladner. Westham Island and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3, as henofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra r-tuivi |
trip arriving in the city in the evening. Trips win be made to Steveston as the business  warrants. *���'-
Percy B. Brown, of the Settlers'
Association of B. C, begs to announce
that he is still occupying the same
offlce as heretofore. The Merchants
Bank of Canada Bldg.,  IT  Begbie st.
250-6
The provincial \oters' list wil] be
revised for the constituencies of Xew
Westminster. Delta and D' wdney today before Government Agent
Fletcher.
Dave Adams, late of Adams &
Deans, has opened up a general gro-
eery store on Fifth avenue, next to
the Central Meat Market, and would
be pleased to see all liis friends and ;
old customers. A full line and stock
all new.
James    i better   known    as    "Pat")
Feeney,  the  speedy  centre player of
the  Salmon   Bellies, is receiving con- |
gratulations  from  liis friends on the j
birth of a sturdy baby son.    Both the '
mother and child are reported doing
well.
The wise man has been taught that j
a bank account is necessary, but a
wise man not only bas a bank account, but a safety deposit box In a
trust company's vault. His valuable
papers will go in the vault���lie does
not risk them in his own house. In
a safety deposit box in our vault your
papers are perfectly safe from Are.
burglars or any other loss. Isn't this
sufficient reason why you should rent
one of these boxes today? Dominion
Trust Co., Ltd.. T. It. Pearson, manager Xew  Westminster branch
A man who was recently released
from the provincial jail after serving
a term there, was brought in to the
city lockup yesterday charged with
being drunk and disorderly on the
streets. The man is said by the police to have been acting in a noisy
manner and insulting passers-by.
When arrested he resisted the police
and was searched with some difficulty.
Buy orchard lands while 'hey are
'cheap and become Independent. We
'aru thy official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd, Lei
jus tell you about their choice holdings
at   Appleland.      A  new   townsite and
fruit district    along tho  line of    th
IB.  C.  Klectric Chiiliwack   lin,. and  V.
V, & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
[This section excelis In the production
|of all fruits. Conm at once whila Hie
jbest lands are Belling cheap and lei u-;
show you this section at our expense.
We can soli five, ten, fifteen and
I twenty acre tracts on easy terms.     !���'
J.  Hart &  Co.,  Ltd. **
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colombia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
LULU ISLAND
We have some very desirable lotsfin
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long,
Terms reasonable.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Magnificent Display of the
New Furs
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ENCE   AND   RIGID   INSPECTION   OFTHIS   DEPENDABLE
POPULAR fURS
AT POPULAR PRICES
OUR WOMEN'S AND M|SSES'
STOCK OF FURS FOR FALL AND
WINTER ARE HERE. READY FOR
YOUR INSPECTION AND SELEr
TION. "
THE VALUES WE HAVE TO
SHOW YOU ARE TRULY RFMARK
ABLE WHEN YOU CONSIDER THE
TIMELINESS AND WORTH OF THE
MERCHANDISE WE ARE OFFER.
ING.
THESE NEW GARMENTS ARE
BEAUTIFULLY STYLED, MADE OF
FINEST SKINS. EXPERTLY TAIL-
ORED AND IN EVERY APPROVED
STYLE. QUALITIES ARE THE
VERY HIGHEST OBTAINABLE IN
EVERY  CASE.
BEST OF ALL, PRICES ARE ASTONISHINGLY LITTLE. YOU NEVER SAW SUCH PHENOMENAL VALUES ON EQUALLY DESIRABLE
MERCHANDISE.
OUR FUR DEPARTMENT IS BETTER EQUIPPED THAN EVER BE-
FORE WITH THE NEWEST AND
BEST STYLES. THERE'S NO WANT
THAT WE CAN'T FILL SATISFACTORILY.
HERE YOU WILL FIND THE
NEW GOODS IN NECK PIECES.
MUFFS, ETC., IN PRICES TO SUIT
EVERY   PURSE,
BETTER  VALUES ARE OFFERED
THIS   YEAR   THAN   EVER   EEFORE
AND    WE    ASK    FOR    YOUR   PRES-
LINE  OF  SEASONABLE   FURS.
Women's Knitted
All-Wool Gloves
35c Per Pair
Warm woollen gloves in
splendid quality and bright
finish. Shown in shades of
Navy, Green, Hrown, Tan,
Grey, Cardinal and Black
and white. Also fancy designs. Sizes 6 to ~i/_ inches,
per pair    35c.
New Furs���We Must Describe
Them Fully
MARMOT   STOLE 5H Indies long, lined with beavj
Pric,     $4.75
CRiilf SQUIRREL CRAVATS, at   ...  $7.50, $3.50. $12.50
MARMOT   MUFFS, at each    $6.50 and $7.50
BLACK   CON FY   8TOLES     with   largo   collar   :
with tails, satin lined. Price, only        $5.00
MARMOT    STOLES  trimmed   with   Ermine  tails
lined.    Price, only      $8.00
SABLE RUFFS, trimmed with 6 tails. Price $11.50. $12.50
B any other  lines Including    the    fashionable
TRIMMED  WITH   HEADS AXD TAILS In neck
and      avats.    Prices from, each  $17.50 un '   -: '���-
Winter Wear Things Fo>-
Infants and Children
KNITTED WOOLLEN SHOES. With colored silk aid
woo] trimmings in colors of pink and blue, witli ribbon
tassel   draw   strings.   Price       20c to  $1.00
See onr special line at 35c. Something out of the ordinary.
INFANTS' MITTENS AND GLOVES, In knitted and
eiderdown, in plain colors of White, Pink and Blue. Price
per pair   25c to 35c
INFANTS' WHITE MUSLIN BIBS, embroidered fronts,
with lace and embroidery frills. Price, each 15c, 20c, 25c, 40c
KNITTED AND FELT GAITERS for infants and children;
all   colors,   light   and dark.   Price, per pair 60c to 85c
CHILDREN'S DEAR CLOTH COATS for boys and girls.
Girls with pretty turn over collars, braid trimmed; boys
With belt.  Price    $3.50,  $4.75,  $6.50
Smart Tailored
Waists
PLAIN CA SII M B R E
Waists. Colors Black, White.
Navy and Cardinal, Tailored styles, tucked buttoned
fronts.  Price     $?.50
LUSTRE WAISTS, Plain
colors In Navy. Black and
Cardinal. Tailored styles.
l'rice       $2.50
PRETTY FIGURED DELAINE WAISTS. Shirtwaist styles, fancy fronts,
bordered designs. Prices.
each  ....  $2.75, $3.50, $3.75
TAFFETA SILK BLOUSES
in Black, Hrown, Navy, Myrtle. Tucked front, buttoned
back and trimmed with soutache braid.    Price ...  $5.00
Most Complete Line of Hosiery
and Underwear in the Citv
HOYS'  HEAVY   RIBBED,    PURE   Wool.   HOSE      v
sizes from b\_ nj) to 10%.   Spliced beels and to        ';'''
per  pair      .....    35c; 3 pair for $1.00
WOMEN'S  CASHMERE  HOSE,  plain  an,I  ribb d.    Well
Shaped,   exceptionally good values at. pair, 35c, 3 pair for V
Special line of  Men's Wool. Heather Mixture, I     J^
35c and 50o values for 3  pair for *i'w
WOMEN'S     PURE LLAMA     WOOL   HOSIERY      W'eN
shaped, spliced  heels and toes, per pair     ���������  ���������
WOMEN'S   GREY   UNION UNDERVESTS  with  draWf5"
to   matcli.   Price   per garment       	
WHITE  ELASTIC RIBBED UNDERVESTS    with draff^
ers to match.    Well fitting, price, garment   	
See our  PENMAN'S UNDERWEAR, garment $1-25' *1'3D
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Telephone 13.
Office, Eighth St.

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