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 PIRE
INSURANCE
u/HlTE, SHILES & CO.
WH,J WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & f *>.
260 Columbia St.    Phone E"
��**> 1 NUMBER^
Tnoi stand
FOR REELECTION
Ivor Keary Makes   An-
ouncement That This is
I ge His Last Term.
I, _  of bla pres ol tenure of
6 ' ,    end of the work
[will ��'alK the "' , ln the
L worsulp Mayor Keary In the
Hls ei New Westmin-
���    "���  : STMINSTER, 11. C, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER .4, 1909.
FIVE CENTS i'Z   COl'Y.
LLOYDMIN-TfcK WANTS
MERIDIAN CHAN'CEII
And   Dominion   Government   is   Doing
the  B.st   It Can  to   Oblige the
City.
ol p.p'   i   ���'
ia''.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Lt,rdai    evening    His   Worship
fcter  ���     the News  that   under
Id   ii,-  ..land   for
KcUon at th, end ui his present
bun, p'il  l0
L    . ration
E,ght Successive Terms.
Ilthhis wi p  1:"i11  '"e ,lua'
S,w^offlcehe^ZSor"
.,,.. ...   years,  bis   *or
:,,',... ��� ��� i - ���"'������' ������*bec;
[ tue tt. A. aud t. BOClety and
r- 01
Lloydminister, Sept. 23.���Mr, Mc-
Diarmld, of Ottawa, has been active
ly engaged during the past ten days
taking observations ln connection With
the location of the 4th meridian, rie
has his office here connected by wire
wllh Winnipeg, and takes obsen;,:
every clear .light. His presence has
inspired iope in the bosoms of the
community, a.s the nuisance created
by lhe meridian lkie dividing tbe
town Into two Is becoming unheal
able, and if be can manage to move
the line either to ihe East Or W"-t
lt will bp a great boon. Professional
men practicing here find it necessary
to register j.i both provinces, whilst.
the inclination of tlie residents on the
Alberta side to make use of tlie Sask-
STR. STRATHCONA
TO RUN ON RIVER
Will Make First J rip to Chilliwack on Tuesday���Is a
Fine Vessel.
EXHIBITION WILL ' ENfiLISH SYNDICATE BUYS
ACHItVt RECORD  SIMILIiAffiN C0AL km
Arrangements Fast Taking
Shape���To Entertain Surviving Royal Engineers.
Tulameen   Coal   and   Coke   Co.   Sells
Out For a Consideration Said to
Be $200,000.
iter oi the
.\ew Wetmlnster ex- atchewan   town   pump   and   dum] u(
Hub. vmli i^wi he has
l Blnce ,
or Keary
.cvU id.'U-
j beei,
^^^^^^   in siai-
il_i_ inteutiou i . the .^'..a last
. put    t.i.   Dest
j 0i in., llfi in tue sei '.h e of tne
ster. Without
ting i think that i can say that
��� the city, and
:���:. 1 .n.i glad to be auie to
;;.,. .ii    uave .supported
I ii :���
1 shall iu man)   ways be sorry to
I i] p continued his wor-
"liii; ti.- :���    re some features oi
|o be cii . : ��Ulch 1 shall not
...    1 will    nut  deny     luai   the
!j aud as I consider it. unfair cn-
... is ol late .een dlrtct-
tgaiii_ ne- actions from some
v..- . ������ :: une Ol Uie consid-
pon_ which have induced me to
ve at my prestut determination,
^n honestly _aj that I liave acted
ill occasions as 1 tjought for the
. . tlie ciiy. 1 can only regret
; my opponents have coi seeu as
City  Has   Advanced.
I., those who  claim  tbat  1  have
lacte. m the be9t interests of. the
' concluded bis worship, "1 would
rely po.nt out the advance made
the city since i came into office
; years ago. .Mistakes I have
hmiii.ii:. made, but on the wiole
Itwitd ui New Westminster since
Jtal en one of cont.iuous
l��lt,and 1 think that 1 may claim
fore;:: the work oi  Us advance-
The dally steamboat service on the '
Fraser river between New Westmin-!���
stei and Chilliwack will be restored ���
on Tuesday, when the large and com- [���
modlous steamer Strathcona will take ���
the run left vacant by the wrecking ���
of tbe old   Ramona. ���
Arrangements have been pending ���
for some days, but not until yester-L^
day was a satisfactory agreement ���
reached between Hie Royal City Navl-[���
gatiai Co. and the owners of the'*
Strathcona, Messrs. Ironsides, Hannie [���
_ Campbell. ���
Trips on  Alternate  Days. ,���
The Strathcona will make the tripj*
on alteruate days with the Beaver,:*
leaving the Brackman-Ker whan ut *
is a.m. *
The Strathcona was operated onj*
th. river for a short time lasi  sum-'*
ground is a source of constant wrangling. The community is also unique in
having within itg boundaries two mem-1-�����  --  -	
hers of parlament and two municipal |1Iie'   by the owners, for the carrying
councils and mavors. |��f    supplies    to    their    construction
'camps on the Chilliwack 1'jjs of the
B. (.'. Electric Hailway Company, and
freight between Chilliwack and Van-
couver. This summer she has been
used as an excursiiu boat on the
Burrard inlei aud by her speed and
equipment has attracted large crowds
of picnickers.
She  is  Hi'  feet In  length,  3_   teet|
beam, lias a lie use for 500 passen
In view of the Impossibility of attaining practical results during the
time that the nets are in the river,
the Fruhling will In future work on
Saturdays and Sunday, during the
weekly close season. Thus every
iKissible means oi continuing the
work on the deepening of the channel
at the Sandheads wil] be taken.
���������������������������������������������������������
A  rough draft  of the amuse- ���
ments    during    the  exhibition ���
lei-   now been prepared, and is ���
as   follows: ���
Tuesday,    Oct.    12.���Opening ���
Day.  Lacrosse    match, Senior ���
Amateurs vs.  Maple  Leafs. ���
Wednesday,   Oct.    13.���Scot- ���
tish  Day. Scottish sports and ���
giimes;   concert  In  evening at ���
Opera  House. ���
Thursday,   Oct.   M.���Vancou- ���
ver and   American  Day.      La- ���
crosse,   Westminster   vs.   Van- ���
couver;  first match, ���
Friday,   Oct.   15.���Children's ���
Day.    Day ghen    over  to  the ���
children.     Football    match   In ���
the afternocu, Rovers vs. Wes- ���
��� iliaui  Island. ���
��� Saturday, Oct. IC.���laacrosse, ���
��� Westminster    vs.    Vancouver; ���
��� second match, ���
��� Airship    llights     each    day, ���
��� weather   permitting. ���
��� Live    stock    paiades Thurs- ���
��� day.   Friday   and   Saturday. ���
Vancouver, Sept. 2?,.���Tlie Tula-
m.en Coal & Coke company lias Just
.old its holdings of iii'lii acres of coal
lands on Granite creek, Collin'-' gulch,
to an English syndicate tor approximately $200,000, says today's Province. Conti.iiia'ion of tiie closing of
the <iea' was contained iu �� cab-
gram i i elved from London
The new owners intend to prosecute
development work on an extensive
scale
��� .e
BOARD Of TRAH
SEEKS TO CO! ERATE
Wishes to Work With Council For Public Welfare���
Canadian-Mexican Line.
The board of trade at an adjourned
meeting last evening found  so  many
matters in  which  they wished to cooperate   with     the   city    council  that.
^__... .tbey decided to ask for a meeting be-
today. ! tween  the ciiy council and  the coun-
:cil of the board  to discuss  the  que.
| tions thoroughly.      The    finances of
_. . ,,   ,      ,.,,. Ithe board also came ln for cGtasider-
Tae   purchase   money   vv ll   be    .. . attentloa,      president J.  A   Lee
tually  all  distributed  among  Vancou-       ��
ver people, the principal shareholders j
Including  Messrs.  K. .1.   MrFeeley, C. Canadian Mexican Line.
Gardiner   Johnsco,  Murtle   _   Brown |    _  B  LuBbj
and  A.   P.   Allen.
chair n..n of the trans-
... ...  _ .    ;portaiion   committee     reported  nego-
The  property  was  acquired  several   tiation8 with  Capt    Wi
years  ago  and  thus  far    about    ten1
^^^^^^^^^^^^     'oi snop with  re
..__._  ___,_  ���     gard   to  the  Canadian  Mexican   line,
thousand feet of development work which will make Xew VV'.stn.i.ister a
has hem carried out at a cost of ?1~. |���,ri of call as soon as suitable wharf
000. it is said to lie regarded as one accommodation has been provide!,
of them lost promising coal proposl- Mr. .,Usilv bei'wed the minimum of
tions in the Simllkameen district. Six Ulll tons wouia , easily reached, and
distinct seams of coal are reported to lu,iied the
have an aggregate thickness Of 38 j the
feet      The  coal   Is     semi-bitum'.Lious
LINE TO BE READY
EOR EXHIBITION
ON   THE  WAY.
French-Canadian      Lumbermen
Arrive   Here on Tuesday.
���������������������������������������������������������
Tie provincial exhibition which
opens at Queeu's park on October 12
will achieve a record. Details are
commencing to take shape, and although  much    has  yet    to  be  dcue,
.some estimate of the program can
yYin '; now be made.
' The board of control does not yet
know to whom the honor Of opening
the Fair will devolve.      They expect
;ud well adapted for cooking and
steaming purposes. The seams have
been opened Up by means of six tunnels. The property is situated only
eleven miles from Princtui and the
main line of the V. V
is located only a few
The deal was negotiated by Mr. A. P.
Allen, secretary of the company
men ..an's   would   support
Tebuantepec    route.     lie  also
Irew   attention   to  '.lif'    necessity   of
improving the pass' nger and freight
connection   with   \ ctorla   direct.
Railway Matters.
a,iU l,._ | The board edorsed a resolution of
& _. railway tlie Burquitlam residents with regard
miles  distant, to the necessi'     of improving the ti.
Chilliwack Extension Will
Reach Cloverdale During
the Week.
The first trainloal of French-Cana        _
dians  from    Quebec    to  replace   the'to be informed shortly, however, -sev
[Orientals,   more   especially   the   Hin-|t;ral haviug been invited,
dus,   at   the   FraBer    River   Sawmills.]    Fruit and  grain   will   be  as  largely
will arrive there about Tuesday next,  exhibited     as    heretofore,  while   the
I    The train left .Montreal on Wednes-  prospects for the live Stock are stead
day, and consisted of thirteen coach-lily      improving.        Applications    fi
les. Altogether there are over a I space In the industrial .building are
hundrei mm in the train, many with more numerous than ever before,
their wives and children. The men while a swarm of concessionaires are
are all trained lumbermen of the seeking privileges for portions of the
brand that has made Quebec famous,'grounds
and their arrival  will mem the sav
LUMBERMEN EIGHT
EOR THE OPEN SHOP
N. R. crossing at tie North road, anl
appointed the transportation committee w'th file secretary, C. H. Stuart
Wade, as the repitrentatives of the
board to wait on the railway commission who the sessions are held on tho
coast next month. \V. A. Smith of
Burquitlam recently elected a member of the ooard, explained the matter, anl a'l the members present endorsed the proposed memorial to tie
commissioners. The board also endorsed the petition    of    Surrey  resl-
To   Mark   Engineers'  Jubilee.
This   year   beinir   the   fiftieth   anni
lt is expected that the new Clover- [ing of a vast amount of money to the
dale line will be iu operation in time I"11'1. own'"_ , ,     |	
_...,.._. , _ T .ie mill company has completed ai ���>  ���  ^_^
for the exhibition, and every effort Is numljer of    houses   for the families, Royal Engineers in this district from
being made toward this end. anl  by  the time    the    train  arrives England,   it   is  proposed  to celebrate
The steel  will  be  in  Cloverdale be- there  will  be thirty  residences  reaily|tlie jubilee by a gather n- ol  the BUI
r .... , .i   ,������  for occunancv       \ lame  hotel  build- vlvorg of the corps  in  the province,
fore tlie end ot this week, work being  ;ur oc.uiiaui....      /.  largt   noiti  ounu .
.  , , , ,       mi ,   - -'ng is also'almost completed.
delayed   by   soft   ground.       Ihe   poles |    n   B        .
are erected for the greater pare ot H Gunn provlnc!aI road contractile distance ami the wire stringing \ wag ,.. the c, yeBterd t() take
gang is now pushing forward. l ie i ,r th(, Burnaby Bteam ro-Uer b01,
trolley wire trom the depot to the rowed from the municipality for use
Westminster bridge is completed aud tlu, reCentl constructed'Pitt road
;tv   i, vi    wire    connected with  ^e cutoff through the Coquitlam AsylumI
ic I dorsed  the  petition    ot    surrey   resi-
d'! Aberdeen Shingle Men Are dent* to  the   oommissioners asking
��'' for an  imjirovement of the G-.  -N-  H-
WiiHng tO Spend  $100,000 *ervioe  on  the  Cloverdale  branch.
To Approach Government.
On Campaign. The   presl-tUt     wished   to   se,.   the
'pleasure   grounds  owned  by  the  provincial go vein men t put into some sort
Aberdeen,  Sept.  28.���As the  result, of shape^ and .thought    the  member,
Tenth   sir, et   sui).-ation.
Swallov/ed a  Pearl.
lie* Vork. Sept,   22.���A    Montreal
' who   gave    her   name   aB   Mrs.
tik Mi. lerln,  wife  of a  promi-
; man, uas swimming i"
[-lelschauu  baths here  when the
|f�� of   a valuable     pearl   necklace
|���:. - wearing   became   un-
(tne and the i earls saiak to the bot-
p. A trlend ot Mrs. McGuerln,
w described b rself as Mrs. John
wile, wife ol a rich Ontario rail-
m, dived  uu- the  pearls and |^"7��wii_ ibe made" to "enable the cars
(weeded iu picking up  twenty-eight I ��     lu.ou���;i   Telephone wires  for
if the thirty.      A   few   IB1���*81 the   purpose   of'  dispatching  are   also
betag strung along the line.
The line will be partly operated
until the erection ot a permanent
Cloverdale substation, Uj a traveling
substation, now being equipped, Uie
power working from both ends-
lius   vear   ueiug   uio   maacn  .... ���    ,.,.,    ������_. _.  Thomas Giffoi'l, M.   P.   P., s.iotlid  be
ersary of tbe arrival of the corps of  of the shingle weavers  strike > ��* >" ! mt)morlallzed    on  the subject.      The
' '    ���"    J'-'-'-' '-    progress on Grays harbor and lulvin�� entrance to the G. N. R. depot was a
for its object the complete revolution- disgrace   to   the   city   an.   something
Izlna of the shingle Industry not only should be done, whether the govern-
lielialis   county   but  through   the |ment or city was responsible lor the
Tiere are fourteen in all, and they
will be entertained at the Fair. As
far as possible the pictures of the
survivors aud incidents connected
with the occupation, collected for the
iu   C
thus   l"'111^   farm.    A large gang of men is at wo
it-   ...    au.iij. n.     1-a.      iaa.aav.-~ , f. m.rDOao
toward she fainted and  when she '���ult-   PurfUd
v ������ i       ��� .   alned  that  she nad
��ed tl,- largest pearl in her mouth
:nsure its _afety,  and    had  swai-
M It,     I a    pearls are still uiiss-
Ran to abolish
exp    I id.
0l*itJ' Wilkle
in par
the lust portion ready for operation   0D the road and lt'l8 expected that it
lowers  Will   have  t0, be erected  ��L,, ,     |n ���   , c1m ^
carry the wires over the swing span \^, n       Th   rQ
ol  ibe bridge   but if necessary it IB       w    Imporvement  ln the       d    0|
understood   that     temporary   unas��  the   road   btween   this   city   and   the
Junction.
Czarina Is III.
St. Pertersburg, Sept. 211.���According to reports from Sebastapool, th"
Tsarltsa's health Is very bad. The
Kmperor and Empress Intend to re-
' main some time In the south. They
will ake a long sojourn In the vicinity
of Yalna. An imperial cruise in Hie
Mediteranean is also spoken of. T'.ieir
majesties are travelling incognito and
win probably visit Italy. The emperor will, during his BOjourn in the
south, inspect Hie Black Sea fleet.
Sockeyes are .till flirting with the
fishermen and the upper river men
are boglntnlng to g.'i discouraged.
They have waited for the iis.i but
few have passed the mass of nets at
the mouth of the river. Around the
Sandhea l s and farther out in the
gulf the salmon are reported to be
_n 1   the   canners   ther
,   ,.      tha i.present  miserable    sidewalk  and  ab-
entire Pacific coast and entailing the ^^ o�� ligluJng
expenditure    of    more than $100,oou     D   g   Curtla   said  Ulose questions
by   Chehalis    county    mfnufacturers we|,(i  ^^j    Ult,  prerogative of the
wan uu- occupauon, i-,���o.,i-u ....   --   alone,  a  movement  ha.  been   sta          dtj.   counclli   an(1   it   wl)llkl   be   much
Simon Fraser exhibit, will be on view  by shingle manufacturers Here wmoa bettw if t-jey triel to work wllh the
at   the   exhibition,   and   arrangements  jL iB  declared,  will  have a Ur i<-.ii" !councii  jn   co-operating   in   these   Unto this cud are now in progress.      A  lng  effect  i.nd   will   result  in   placing | 	
suggestion   to   Invite  the   families ol   all mills not only here but along tue
the  Engineers  has  been mooted, but Coast on an "open shop" basis
Is not  .ikely to be acted upon owing     The  project  in  effect  provides.for
to   the numerous   descendants,   some the  subBtituticta  ot  upright  maciuiic.
of whom, it Is certain, would be over-   for  all  hand,  single,  double  and ren
looked.
Fine  Arts  Exhibit,
tie industrial    building, on the
(Continued  on   Page  Four).
blocl
mai
bines  ill every  shm.
mill
a,-., '    The  Uuder   lias   been    let   for   the
TITLES   IN   ���WED*Nl^*Mj  ()t.   the   lenee  around   St.   Al-
h " ^Tm-��  I. stated kf,9 IIluIIoS"'  ThdeWn��ew
|tthe . governmen.    wl.l, *   ^"JS\s�� a U .ate, sim-
C 7" "'' to ,h|' Rlgsdag a bill:   "_ *���     '" , in thu old   country
polishing all orders of rank and ^ IY r i,A-II   The r  J ltBel�� **"'
I1""" ' ��� ��w ��cept  for  of- i;h�� , '. >t'irt,l"1    ��� ;      when com-
!'"��� my and navy.                Ib?,'!       ��� l    s, Ae 7.    considerably
JfY    ' 'oundita  titled per- {JSj-^he    neighborhood.       The
P��    . ;;:;:'Sat"0--*ISSTj-.��~��^b*��palntBd-
Us  Majesty's,   the   MW
1 Columbia   street,     opened
."I;"'" '   ���  ��� the last wed. has been  with  a capacity   house, and  a sl'^
""wing  the country    tor  signs of program   of   attractions.     Tae mms
f hereabouts of the Indico wanted were  well  shown  and ibe mustraiea
w ��_e Silver   creek murder.    Yes- i songs good.     Among the fllm8 shown
Wdav _o ffa8 ln th(, olty  tor a few I Were "Before    the Mast,"    a ^/"^ '
returning    to    resume      the'series entitled "The Dare Devils ��o-
tor Car," U_d a synopsis of the plaj
"Where Is My Wandering Boy 1"
night."
theatre oil |lpntlfnl  .,	
nlg. , Iwell supplied, bui the Bshjhow
are
In the county.
Agree to  Make  Chanae3 .
lt is declared that all owners whose
mills are not now equipped with t!'e
   I uprights   have   agreed   to   make   the
.change at once and that orders have
Scandal Shocks Toronto the Good. \hti^ placed within the past two days
Toronto, Sept. 23.���Tongues are for more than seventy machines. The
wagging and Toronto society is shock- installation of uprights will do away
ed today as the result of a letter sakl it is said, with knot sawyers, who,
to have been sent out this week to tlie shingle manufacturers declare,
the members of the Ontario Jockey have bet.ii one of the principal causes
club, Intimating thai al] lad es who of dissatisfaction among the men, The
nt.'end the autumn meet as guests plan which the manufacturers have
must be of unquestionable personal adopted according to the statement
standing. The Intimation is said t'i of their organlzatkn, is this:
have been due to an incident at the
sp.'lng meeting, wheh was attend.'.'
by his excellency Ear' Grey,
It is said that the lady Who was
lion persona non grata, or perhaps
something less than that, was presenl
ed to his excellency who of course.
was utterly ignorant of tie tacts. To
make a repetition of the incident Im
provement J	
Want Joint Meeting.
The board had already had a discussion of some length on the neces-
sity toi; immediate action with reference to tb* advert'slug of the cty,
since the advertising debenture bylaw
had been passed, and the president
I complained it was impossible to get
;u meeting of the joint committee on
^  public.lv matters. ^^^^^^^^^^^^
change at once ana ma. ......-, ���._.-,    ujnmateiy    Mr.    Annandale move 1
beui placed within the past two days L^   ihe B00retary Bhoulli .m.a���ge for
'    .,._b_ Th_l  .... .������/������,. ._���_.i, .._.,,, the
a meeting of tie city council and U
council of the  board when  all these
matters could be threshed out.
This settlement was arrived at after lengthy consultation. All members presiwt took part in the discussion anl statements were made that
there was not that cordial relatlm-
ship between the cty council and the
boar, of trade which should exist iu
the interests of the community.
lasi
little
Hours,
I seareu
ITH|NK world will end
SOME TIME TODAY
Provhlvm,. u. [., Sept. 23.��� True
,7,"' '"'���'.' that a great upheaval
i_!i '" ooour carrying the wicked
the "i "' ng l" U'e svct known 11S
Chu_." - K,''LU "f the Apostolic
Ma7 J;iV'' Bone t0 Duxbury,
.   Yi" await the cataclysm, which
disi.7 ,'"' "day next-      Ma��>' have
iwm.,1 ol all tneir worldly goods.
day ev*f. Mrs'  Meredith left  yester-
w��iwag Y B_arte where they
fair. a few da-vs    visiting the
desire to come into the river in largi
numbers at the presenl time,
VANDERBILT FAMILY
IN DOMESTIC ROW
Port Arthur Growing.
Port Arthur, Ont., Sept. 23.-Work
commenced today on ^e Arthur sl
extension of the street railway. Tms
la the first of a series ol tonuich Unes
to serve parts of tie city not reached
by the mate line. The new road Will
be one mile long.
Engine Enters Open Switch.
Qu'Appelle,    Sask.,    Sept.    23.    u,
tween 7 and 8 o'clock Saturday ejja
ing as a light    engine gj-gj
down   from  Mcljean  to  lmdlan  n
Frasep   Mills   Stage.
\Y. R, Gilley hoped the board would
assist   W.   W.   Fislier  In  bis effort   to
S   stage.       If
put   iii   bet ier   condl-
Install
upright machines in all the mills."
place two packing frames for eac.i
machine run the mills at about one-
balf their capacity and employ unskilled labor to pack the shingles at
l^IIIII^I   By thlsirip^e the Fraser Mi
,i,.���i  tu    shiimle  men  declare  that   ,|le   r���a Is" were   put   in
Z.'will be able to operate their mills ,hm  M���    Fisher    would  put  on  un
po^i,^ ^membe��,lt **&, were and be tree from outside Interfere, aatolbj*^ ^ ,( ^ ^ ������, H.
tion from the  ^_ , (,    y   H   extended out from Sapper
ton    Thev were aiding subdivisions in
^^^^^^^^^^^^JYaicoiivel   where   no   populatiot'   ���
u-jfL""L6oroLD ssansrsv ss��
L��0,��l_n...   l��PEl��   00M0,   S��,P-  .���_,,,_!   !�����   tP��  �������>  ��'  V���****-
notfled by a communlca
Jockey club executlv
FACE  PRISON   FOR
DOMINiON GOVtRNMENT
CANCELS RESERVE
44
Yesterday's  Baseball.
William   K.,  Jr.,  and  Wife,   Formerly
Mis$ Virginia Fair, Agree to a
Separation.
lt ran Into Into an open
switch just
Vancouver
Spokane
Al
erde
Seattle
Portl
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and
ina
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8
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west of the mill, the result *���������
toinup track and a n.n<h-tl''"'''; l'   ;
glne.     No.   96   was  delayed  severe
,iours In consequ^nc .
Novelist at  Calgary.
Calgary.    Alta..    Sept.    23.
-Arthur
New York. Sept. 23.-WUUam &
Vanderbilt. Jr.. donor of the Vimder-
blle cup for automobile races, and his
wife, formerly Miss Virginia fjjrj
San Francisco have signed a. �� ; ;
tion agreeineau, accorulng ti) m     "
���1 newspaper. Mrs Vanderbilt to
now returning from **<%*���L*g.
two children. Muriel and WllMafflv��j
Vanderbilt Ut., and it is expected that
^"se utration bill will be announc-ed
formally as soon as Mrs. Vanderbilt
reaches New York
Kfforts were made by Mrs O. �����
Relmcot   mother  of  Mr.   Vanderbilt,
Mrs  Herman  Oelrlchs.  sister
���"���' ���    _____  ���an*
.,;!_After seUnl. ^stiKinements. the  nadlan  families,    existed    u   _r_*
,,u-ial   of  Ithe  American   missionaries, (-   ,v'statenient   waa    made   that   the
  Ithe Rev   Wm   Morrison and the B*V. exteJMiqo  would cost about $lu,0<)0 a
.     hw    H    Sbenpard   on charges Of libel L^  and  tne route    OXUttued  alonb
River  Colonization  and   Land W. H-^{JJ^ ^ BUlt agai���9t Brunette street represented two mUe.
'the   missionaries   mentioned   In    the ,of new
Peac    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Development Company Deprived
of Charter.
Finance.
The chairman of the finance committee,   __.   Goulet,   submitted   figures
above despatch is brought by one of
    the Congo concession companies wj, ch     	
,       __M has a  monopoly   ot   rubber   gatliering ,    utee    K    r,ouiet.   sin.u-'-'   .��---
^   in the Kasal region   It claims 120,000 I  . ^ flnBncla, p0,ition ot 'the board,
Ottawa, Sept.  23.-The Canada Go- damag8s  troin  each  of  the  men  for i   ^ ghowe(J a ,arge number ot sub-
zette contains notice of the camcella- ..caluluI,loU8 dtuunciallotiB.'   1 "eltc,.rJscriptlius ln arrears, and the way w>
tlon of a reservation of 368.000 acres, ,lce.  are  guch  that  the  suit ��;coUect   tiem occupied   the   attention
of land to the Peace River Colonlza-    0DBidered  praotloally as  brought by I     - ���       Kor
tlon and band Development company, i he  Uelgian Government against u��
Under the terms of the order-ln-coun-1 mlBsi0narles.    Messrs.   MorrWcu  anu
cil of July 27, 1909, it required that  8heppard arrived  at Leopoldvilie on
the  company   would  place  1.200 8etvAugust 5 with witnesses who win
tiers on homesteads within the tract. | .{y 1q tielr hehalt.
Fifty were to ibe located with n three,        ^___________________________H
years after the survey and 100 wlth-
tes-
��������������������
StHn^.,"the novelist, Is **��&*_ ��*,�� vSd��hUTto"^rt the ��ep-
fa.her.  who  resides  here   H�� *r of  .
yesterday and this morning ne *    h ���  , __-
the local real estate office and bougn ernmait Is arranging for a
a  big slice  of  city   ^Xllte^ direct steamship service to the West
down $16,000 ln cash to bind me ludies
gain.
in eac_ succeeding B years. Pour
years later the conditions were changed the company belug glvtu twenty-
years in which to locate the settlers,
who were to be given free homesteads.
The company having failed to comply
Irish Crlcket-rs Leading.
Philadelphia,  Sept.  M^-The  Pnl��
delphla Colts had scored d4 i i is >'��
_ loss of three wickets In their sec
Winnings when stumps were drawn
The compan; having faifed to con.pl>v��- Inning wn�� J����^ ^ dVut.e-
with the conditions of the last ^i-. In the crfctort matctt       n were
ster  of  the Interior, it was    decided  men of Ireland-       i the,r
that lt would be in the public Interest  on y able to score        ..       ..     ,������.���
of the board for some time. For
this reason a proposal for an advertising calendar was turnel down for
the presemt.
The president reported that a
scheme had been broached for a-
scenic road from Bburne to thig city
through the municipalities of Soutli
Vancouver and Burnaby, and the matter was referred to the roads and
bridges committee for a report.
Some damaging statements about
the Fraser river channel reported by
aii evening contemporary after the,
last meeting of the board drew warm
comment from L. B. Lusby, who objected  strongly   to  their being   used
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uie uuuuc ��u^v��.  w-v   -���-    - than  the  local ��� tecreu    .iiwu5'.'    *^    ~      -
io cancel^ tie grant to'the ��^\*��jgg^'& ��� "their half o," after a  reauest  had {������*.tor
which is a church orgsiatoatlon  with   youngsters tiaa mai thelr 8uppre88ion by the speaker.
ntreal. Hie inuing.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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Classified Advertisement
WANTED.
FOR   SALE.
TO  RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase  fror
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      you mun ich ine p-opie wna. you n��v- a. ���.., ������������.   -���-, ���-m._    ,,_���_,,__e   ,rom   y0u   a_.d
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  in  business everyone must of n cessity   know  all   aboi
wares.      Use the  advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the time..
snd our
WANTED.
WANTED���A    WAITRESS.    APPLY
Kenny's Restaurant.
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVI-: ROOM
cottage furnished, near Lord Kelvin school. Apply 721  Princess St.
WANTED���TO
nished   house.
RENT,      A     Frit-
Apply   News  Ollice.
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boys In B.C. Cigar Factory at once.
WANTED���JANITOR  FOR  SAPPER-
ton school. Monthly salary ?20. Applications received till noon of 271 h
inst.       Robert   Lenmie,   secretary.
21.-11.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this office. 	
WANTED ��� MILLINERY APPR1.N
lices at once. Apply Gordon's Dry-
Goods store. 216-.'!
WANTED ��� FURNISHED ROOM
and breakfast by young man. Central location. Address "H," this
office. 216-tf
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE
one acre of land, on Queen's avenue and Eleventh street. Rent
twenty dollars. Modern. Apply
to Mr. Brown at Gas Works.    212-1
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HO-Sti,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
WANTED���TO RENT A COTTAGE
for man and wife, no children;
furnished or unfurnished. with
chicken house. Apply by letter to
"D," this office.
WANTED���TO RENT, 5 OR 6 ROOM
Btrictly modern cottage in good location. C. J. Culter, P. O. Box
1005, 211-2
LOST.
LOST���AN ENGLISH SETTER DOG.
black and white. Answers to name
"Duke." Fnder please return to
P. \V. Runacres, 711 Queens Ave.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO      RENT���FURNISHED    ROOMS.
209  Carnarvon Street, 219-li
TO RENT���THREE SUITE ROOM a
for rent, suitable for small family.
Apply on premises Hall & Lavery
block. '^"-^
TO. RENT���COMFORTABLE. FUR-
nished bedrooms, reasonable terms.
S_S  Royal avenue. 209-14
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
GROCERY.
R.  T.  PRINCE���AUDITOR AND AC-YoR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
countant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office: Room 7, Haiii-
bly block, P. O. box 795.	
ceries, phone 3S6.     The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
TO   LET ��� LARGE   FRONT    BED-
room, 7nl  Agnes street, near Carnegie  Library. 207U-
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Trew
street.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  and  Insurance Agents-
City,  farm  and  suuurban  property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 1S6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,  B.  C.  LAND  BUR-
- iveyor.      Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
DRESSMAKING.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS ANO
smart turnout. Tlie Fashion Stables.
PIANO TUNING.
pIaNOSA.ND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will bring bim.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's'cigar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug store
and  "The  Fair,"  Columbia  street.
SECONDHAND  STORe""
MACHINE  WORKS.
MRS. J. A.  STAND1SH, AN EXPER-
b-nced  and   first-class    dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors I TIIE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKB,
in   Room  14,  Smith  block,  625  Co-      Limited,  Front street,    New   West-
lumbla. street.    A trial requested.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   phone  334.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan,  744  Columbia street.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 315 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
REAL   ESTATE.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, 1NSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located lor
the present at the office of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers In electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, bouse wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp, Windsor Hotel.
EDWIN G. W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT-
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A. D.
Buchanan, P. O-, New Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE _ EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Hlock, Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street,  New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C., A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opitoslte
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices,
Rooni3 20 and 21. Williams building, 413 Granville stret, corner of
Hastings street.
hand goods.  -  , ,  'S^
offlce. ' "ear 1 ratal
WE   BUY
and  all
AN
kinds
STENOGRAPHY    &   TYPEWRIT
M.I
FREEMAN     BUNT1
Qulohon block,    p, o lio*
ttQOjj   J
v.. I
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPHY     ������-,
Typewriting;  , work ��� ��1
letters,    etc.      Provl ,,   oitice J
lumbla street.     p]. ,,,, ^
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE 702 C0LUJI
bia street. | class _,.,-.��
pictures;  lllustra .   nllmel
oils attractions. ,.:;  ,-,A   J
Monday, We lv        .  aD(j Kridav
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
PRINTERS,
WESTMINSTER PRKSS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News Block, Sixth street.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNEI
Colu in liia and Eighth. H'.g7iaj|_
moving pictures, illustrated songl
Program changed Monday, We���ef
day and Friday,
Tailors.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S M
Ioring. A new line of fall Wl
lng jusi In. Button making, prcd
ing and repairing. Room 9, .mil
block. Entrance.- 625 Columbia i
and 264 Clarkson st.   Phone IU \|
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4, Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WoODWOKMNl
Co., bank, office and store fitting!
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantel
and detail work. Designs and esl
mates furnished. .1 Brookes, pri
prletor. Work*: Corner Eleven!
and car line. p. 0. box 254, fnoq
473.
Just Eighteen More
Days
and we will be amidst the exhibition crowd, and if you want to be
a "winner" you had better place your order now for a swell suit or
overcoat.      We are  showing some "natty stuff" at from $28.00 up.
Ready-to-wear clothing at exceptionally   low    prices    and   all   of
them  real "swell stuff"
_^____
H. ROBERTSON, Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal   Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ACTING CAME NEAR
BECOMING ACTUALITY
I . ���  U.b��. ���     -A . ,,.  -.
Actress   Got   the   Wrong   Knife   and
Nearly Plunged  It  Into Heroine's Heart.
Toronto, Sept. 23.���The mimic
world came terribly close to the lines
of actual tragedy at Shea's theatre
last night, when in the closing settle
of Mile Dazles pretty pantomlne, when
she, as a little street flower-girl,
thrusts herself before the dagger of
&_r jealous rival for the affection of
a young artist, a real dagger was accidentally substituted for the one with
flexible leather iblade which was Intended  to be used.
To the quickness of Raffael Fuclto,
who plays the part of the artist, Mile.
Dazle, owes her preservation. He himself suffered serious Injury to hl�� left
hand which was afterwards dressed
at St. Mitchael's iospltal.
When the jealous sweetheart rushed across the stage to stab the artist,
holding the flower-girl in his arms,
Mile. Altlerl, who plays that part,
grasped a knife which lay where the
(harmless dagger should have been.
Instead of this mimic weapon she
seized a real antique dagger. She
did not notice the substitution but
Fuclto saw the gleam of real steel
and stretched forth his hand.
His fingers were cut to the bone and
as the curtain fell he was on the verge
of collapse.
He was rushed to St. Michael*, hospital   by W.  C.   Tucker,  manager of,
the act and there Dr H. W. Baker put i
two stitches in the wound. I
Neither Mr, Tucker nor any member of the company, nor any of the
stage hands at the theatre can ex-'
plain how the weapon which Is used
as a part of thp decoration of the
studio scene came to be lying where
the -.armless one should have pbeen.
J-li agree that the affair wa. purely
accidental.
POLLY VILIFIES AND
BETRAYS RER ABDUCTOR
Calls  Him  "Wine  Bum" and Shrieks
"Stop Thief!" at Top of Voice-
Arrest Results.
San Francisco, Sept. 23.���"Stop you
thief," vociferously shrieked by a big
green parrot swinging from Its perch
ln a cage wiich was being rapidly
carried down the street In this city
by Terry Rooney, led to his arrest
and incarceration on a charge of
grand larceny preferred iby Harry Foliar, a restaurateur, who owns the
bird.
When the case was called In court
yesterday the parrot was present as
a witness and when her owner told
| the story of how Rooney had snatched
i the cage from Its place in front of his
|restaurant, the bird from time to time
(hurled the epithet, "Wine bum," at
her abductor.
HISTORIC TAR HOLDS
106TH BIRTHDAY LEVEE
Philadelphia, Sept. 23.���William Mc
Abee, the only surviving member of
the crew of the old frigate Constitution, celbrated his 106th birthday today in t_e naval home in this city
"Bill," as everybody calls him. like
the famous Bill Bowline, "lies here a
sheer hulk, but the darling of his
crew," for the old sailor will spend
the remainder of his life ln a rolling
chair, "Bill's' leg was (broken last
month, but he retains remarkable
control over his faculties.
Many presents from persons ln all
parts of t_e country have been forwarded to the old sailor.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 pp.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ror New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
eyery half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Va-i
couver at 8:00 a.m., and eTery half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
W.stminst* r.
Great Northern Railway.
.v. N.W. 8:50 a.m.;  ar. Seattle 3:35
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 11 am.; ar. Seattle 3:55
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:40
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.; ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.; ar. N. W. 9:30
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:10
am.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:��5
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 6 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday ud Friday.
Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each wee*
day;  arrives 8:50 a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except Sunday;  ar. Gulchon at 7 p.m.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./*5
up-
Silver Watches,   gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open    case,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  hom   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
NOTICE RE LULU I8LAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the oh]  bridge is
��� not considered    safe    for    vehicular
traffic,  and  tke public generally are
caution,*!  against    hauling   loads  of
any kind over it
Persons continuing to do no after
this notice must take all tlu risks oa
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster. July
23rd, 1909.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
Opera House Bookings.
Sept.  23.���Commencement Days.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.^-Cat and the Fiddle.
Oc>. 13���Scottish Concert.
Oct. 20.���O.    Henry's    New  Opera
"Lo."
Oct. 28���The Climax.
Nov. 1 and 2.���The Shepherd King.
Nov. 4.���Parisian Model.
Nov. 19.���Human  Hearts.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
V. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $l and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tota'. Aasets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW/ WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with.
In the railway belt in British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person wno is tha sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years Of age, io
the extent of on.-quarter section' of
16. acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
th. local land offlce for the district
ln which the land is situaie. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform tlig conditions connected therewith under one of the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or niotn.r, if toe
father is decas-d), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm ln the vicinity of
the land ent.red for, the requirements
as to residence may b. satisfied by
such pereon residing with tbe tamer
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land own**
by him in the vicinity of bis koine
���tead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upea
tbe said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commlsslon.r of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining rights  may   he j
leased   for    a  period of    twenty-on. I
years at an annual rental of $1 pei'
acre.      Not   more   than   2560   acres
Bhall be leased to one individual or
company.      A royalty at the rate oi
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
S. S. TRANSFEI
The steamer Transfer will '._i
Brackman-Ker wharf every wee. M
afternoon at 2 p.m. foi _adner Wei
ham Island and way ports, returnli
to New Westmlnsti r on followir
day. Saturday, returning Bame ert|
ing.
Additional    trip   Monday   m,rnln
leaving New Westminster at 3 a.m.
Trips will be made lo Steveston
business  warrants.
This schedule    subject    to chan^
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates aj
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
Canadian Pacifij
Railway Co.
Three Trains Dailj
WITH       FIRST-CLASS      PULLMAI^
TOURIST  AND   DINING CAR
Imperial Limited leaves at . .9:05 a.m|
Atlantic  Express  l*av.s at 7:00 p.n
8t. Paul Express at 2:1�� p."
For reservations and other '"'ori1
Udn
C B. FOSTER E. GOUL,kT-
G. P. A., Vancouver.    CP.R. A#'
Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet in hot
weather. For washing underclothing lt is unequalled. Clean��es and
purines.       , ������
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited,"   St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short  Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in  the service on    any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment  that  of  the  Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.      They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all tbelr trains and
give their patrons an excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Ald��r. Portland. Or
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE      DAILY NEW
743
FRONT STREET
is the plac to buy or sell new Wj|
second-hand goods of any k"111'
have nearly
160 DOZEN JELLY JA
which we are offering for 40c P��r
They are new. ,,e
We also have a splendid l3rSe
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sal* at a bargain. .   ffa
We can't begin to tell yo�� ft��   a
have, but no matter what you ��
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORt
Columbia St.
Wheel."
Westminster
Transfer to.
(.fflce 'Phone 1*.     Barn '����" lff
Columbia Streei
Baggage   delivered   promptly  to
any part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hm*.
B OFFICE-TWO" ���>,"������'��� ,nC���   U    1909.
SEPTEMBER  ��	
TIIE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE.
IS
For the Following Reasons:
ist   We have an Alaskan market for our oil at
fabulous prices.
2nd We are erecting our own refinery.
3rc] We have a lease on a producing oil well.
4th We own 800 acres of choice oil lands.
5th Our officers receive no salary.
6th Our officers receive no commission on stock
sold.
Tth The many natural geographical advantages
we have over any other oil company in the
world.
8th And we are selling our stock at a price you
can afford to buy.
Some stocks, sold at 10c to 40c per share in California, are now commanding very high prices, many of them selling around $10 to $20 per share.
$100 invested four years ago in San Francisco-
McKittrick, operating 60 acres in California, is today worth $8100.
$100 invested in the Pinal Oil Co. five years ago is
bringing an income of $60 per month and is now
worth $12,000.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
B.   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.   Phone Main 586C.   614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
Open 8
a. in
Market  Clerk  D, E. Mackenzie
. to 6 p.m. Fridays  7a.m.
PKone  138
to 6
p. m.
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
PROTEST AGAINST HOIS
IN COTTON FACTORIES
Trad.,  and   Labor  Congress   at  Quebec  Asks Legislation  on   Many
Matters.
Keen's Stall
for
VEGETABLES.   HERBS.
Davies & Son
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and  Bedding  Plants.
Monk's Stall
The Weekly
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
Quebec, Sept. 23��� At this morning's |Sers asleep
session of the Trades and Labor con-' ���
gress child labor and long hours in
thee otton mills of the province of
Quebec were the chief features of the
discussion.
Del .gate Alney of Montreal stated
that men, women and children are
forced to work 60 hours per week,
waich is claimed to be too long for
lhe health of the workers. The congress dt tided to ask the legislature to
amend the biw by reducing the hours
of labor and to provide sanitary con-1
Idi tions.
Delegate Robert of the Iron Moulders, Montreal, alleged thai the factory laws of Quebec were not enforced j
In the founvuies.    He asked the executive of the ccngre_s to    interview I
Hi
I firemen dragged a woman from under
,the blazing automobile after they had
been throwing water on the wreck for
several minutes.
The driver, Hemry Hizer, wha has
been twice before arrested for reckless driving, was taken to the city
jail. He wag the only one of the
party who escaped unhurt.
The machine was returning from
tlie southern part of the city and,
according to an eye witness, was
running at a speed of at least 40
miles  an  hour, with  all  the  passen-
A New Commission.
Ottawa, Sept. 23.���J. B. Hugg of
Winnipeg has been appointed a member of the commission to inquire Into
the fisheries of Manitoba instead of
Judge Metcalfe who has resigned from
the commission.
W_ffi$$ *
jivuini^$^_i<
L
You Will And it to your advantage
_  arrange your booking at this office,
government in t'.iis connection,    'whether you
' '"'    �����-   In-   vOtlr
intend to travel or send-
There .^U^ly^*"1��� or the tag for your meads.
fa ir      -e     ausp- In ,-ublic  contracts From Montr..! and Quebec
during whloh  Delegate  Bancroft    o Empress of Ireland  BepL ��gn
Toronto Btated that    the    agreement Empr8M of Britain    ��=l- Btn-
was being openly violated by contrac-
a,,,, the clause was useless
Artists' Materi-
als
Architects' Supplies
Office Supplies
LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
MEATS
Central Meat Market
Oornwr Bight- Bt ana   FW_ *"��*���
PHONE 170.
BOWELL * OODV. Froortet-r*
tors and tne crauuo ��.i_ u.._.a..... no
penalty for breach being provided. A
I resolution was passed condemning the
I habit of public men in holding half
a dozen offices simultaneously. Resolutions were also passed against the
sale of the Intercolonial railway to
tiny private company, in favor of an
eight-hour day for street railwaymen
condemning running boards on open
street car3, requesting legislation re-
gardlg pay-as-you-enter cars, and a
number of other  minor  matters.
��������,__,_  ...   _
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET.
C. P. H. Agent.
BOHN
Queen's Park
New Westminster, B. C.
October 12,13, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL. HORTICULTURAL AND
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
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AT
TWO ARE KILLED, FIVE
INJURED, IN JOY RIDE
MOREY'S
BIG
BOOK   STORE.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
Automobile    Carrying   Eight   Passen-
gers Leaps Over Trestle to Seattle Tide Flats.
Seattle,
23._Two   men were
for   CONRAD,    CARCROSS.   ATLIN. L,,,^   another 'fatally hurt and three
_..  . ,^_��.t ..��._ 1. A TH. I ��_____    _���____    _��
a  woman  seriously Injured
automobile   carrying   eig.n
Street.
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIR- men  and
BANKS. Daily trains (except *�����> J&JJuZEdSTtt-StaI rtlW*
carrying passengers, mail, express and, I?.   ^^  gtl.eets       sho,,   distance
freight connect   with   stages  at  Car   fn)m  ,he  lTnl0n  station    early^   ���
cross  and  White  Horee. niam.aln.n. ^J-""*" -'.
a thorough winter .ervlre. Iggsoline tank exploded and  tae ma-
For information apply to ^^^^iLlTT^tl    the \
J. tt. ROGERS, Tmfflc Miina.er.        ,    A fire engine wa
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE       NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
ior   COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY.     It is   lighted   with   both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated train ln the world. Th��� |
equipment consists of private eompart-
ment cars, standard 16 section sleep-1
ers,    luxurious dining car,    reclinlns j
chair ears   (seats  free),  modern day!
coaches and buffet, library and smok
Ing cars.
For  Time  Tables,   Folders, or ��ny
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Swttle. Wash
ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2  p.m. Tuesday, October 12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  13th���Devoted to  Scottish  Sports, under the management of the Sons of Scotland.
THURSDAY,  OCTO-ER 14th���Vancouver Day, Championship  lacrosse���Vancouver vs.    New Westminster.
FRIDAY,  OCTOBER   15th���Children's    Day.      Children's  sports,
air ship flight, intermediate  lacrosse and football matches.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER  16th���Championship      lacrosse      match,
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
STOCK PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
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T. J.   TRAPP,
President.
W.  H.  KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
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FRIDAY,   SEPTEMBER   24,   1903.
FRUIT   CULTURE   INSTRUCTION
Thr suggestion put forth by Mr. \\ .
B. Lanlgain, western freight manager
of the C. P. R, for the establishment
of an experimental farm and agricultural college  for  the   Okanagan district. is a good one, amd should not go
unnoticed  by  the  Provincial  Government.      Mr.  Lanlgan  is   most  enthusiastic about the possibilities of this
well   known    fruit    growing   district,
and his suggestion is the outcome of
an extensive    tour    through the irrigated   ibelt.       As  the   cultural   conditions in tbis part of the province differ considerably from those pursued
in  other  parts  of  Canada  an   experimental   farm   would     no   doubt   be  a
great advantage to the district.      But
an agricultural college Is badly needed,   not  only   for   the   Okanagan,   but
for   the   pro/ince   generally,   and  Ja*
been for some years.      lt is time that
some pressure  were brought to bear
in the right quarter with a view tc securing  the   provision  of  such  an  institution.      By  the  way, no  progress
seems to be    made In   regard to the
Provincial  college.      It  would  be  interesting  to  know  what  is  doing in
regard  to this.
"GET   THE   HABIT'
Tea Pots
SPECIAL TODAY
15c, 20c and 25c
EACH
Regular 25c, 30c and 35c
the new up-
to-date Fish
Store.
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
I Opp. City Hall j
TELEPHONE 580.
According to the 'belief of a bunch
of  Rhode  island  fanatics  all  but the
"elect"  will at 10 o'clock  this morning  be  swept  to  destruction   by  Hie
peeling off  of   the  top   crust  of  the
earth.      These good people,  who belong to tlie sect known as the "Latter
Reign of the Ai>ostolic Church,'' have I
such fait,  in this prediction ol a mem- '
���ber  of     their   persuasion     that   they
have disposed  of  their  lares et pen-
ates and departed to Duxbury,  .Mass.,
to  await the  great    upheaval.      We :
should say they are likely to be dis- j
appointed  in   their  expectations,  and
that  this  latest  attempt  to  Improve
upon the   teaching  of   the   scriptures
will not serve to disturb the matutinal   meal of  the  ordinary   individual.
At least we hope it will not.
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at  the  lowest prices.
CHOICE   SILVER   SALMON
FRESH   HALIBUT
KIPPERED  HERRING
BLOATERS
NICE     SELECTION    OF    SEA
FISH.
Steam and Gas Fitting, Sheet  Metal
Works and General
Repairs.
HIS MAJESTY'S
THEATRE
Columbia Street
Performance This Evening
at 7:30
Music by His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra.
JOBBING  PROMPTLY ATTENDED
TO.    PHONE  586.
Bananas,
Per dozen
!
FRUIT     J
Fine   Tokay   Grapes, ���
best for table use. Basket 50c  I
 30c  t
Table Peaches, 4
Per pound 10c   ���
m   .ic;   Table  Apples, 4
���   4 pounds for 25c  ���
I A full stock of .
. Choice Canned f
. Fish. ?
MEKKfTHEW. HAI.SA.
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
EDISON THEATRE
Animated Pictures and
Illustrated Songs.
The  Latest  Hits  of the Season.
IN   LUCK   |F Vnil
��-OOK.SUAfAK.
LEE'S
ere  is  a   Bi(, Pl.
90l"g     on     ther, '  ��"��
CLOTHS, I'Y' OIL
TAINS. WINDOW nCU"'
CURTAIN R��o^P��LES,
LOWS, Etc.    we m'     P|L'
?Utthe lot to mlw  USt clM'
immense   ship^^r
goods.    NOTE Tut ���    ntv��
Inlaid Linoleum, worth $1.50, clearing out at V RlCES
Oil Cloths in floral designs and block patterns   ...,   ,   ^ to ?1 a Yd.
reduced   to,  per  yard  '      u;" Pri�� 40c
Window Poles, In green, golden oak, with end brack'..
complete,  each    _____________  _ Ckel
Pillows, in art tick covering, erch	
Brass Curtain Rods for sashes, each only
s and r
���������20c
ngs.
��������� 30c
���  ��� -50c
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NEW WESTMINSTER,
B.C.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
EiMUttoo Will
Achieve llecor.
(Continued   from   Pag.   One.)
PROMPT DELIVERY.
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group 2,
New  Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 23:iOF. issued
in the name of John Bernard Johnson, has been filed in this offlc..
Xotice Is hereby given that I snail,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
of in a daily newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S- KEITH,
District Registrar or Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster,  B.  C, August  30,  1909.
ADMISSION   10c
CHILDREN   5c. '
F. L. KERR, Mgr.
CORNER   EIGHTH  AND   COLUMBIA
STREETS.
: JUST ARRIVED: Baking Ami_>
nm, Cream of Tartar and Bird Seed
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.     I
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S S. A. RICHMOND, Manager {
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DIE60TD SAFE AND LOCK CO.
CANTON. OHIO.
Prices given on application for Fire,
Burglar proof and other safes; vault
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent, H. J. A. BURNETT, Accountant and auditor, P. O    Box 631
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1909 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen at this office fur thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom; must prefer his or
h-r request in writing, signed with
his or her name, and shall deliver or
cause to be delivered to the City
Clerk within the time hereinbefore
Spclfied.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
City   Clerk's   Office,  New  Westminster, B. C, September 3, 1909.
Easterbrook  Milling Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co. Fr-0UR AHD FKKU MERCHANTa
PRONT   STREET.
'Lord  Kelvin school may be arrajaged
    through F.   O.   Canfield, principal.
second floor tliK B.C. Society of Fine ! Fruitful  Trip  Upcountry       ""
Arts,  hav.ug accepted  the invitation     ., ���       ......    ���
ot the society, will have an exhibition . ���Wor Keary s ��g to the interior
of paintings,'and take charge of the in ^le "Crests ot the exh.bitiua was
j_dg.,,_ aud management John \���Bt, successful. During the few
,.   i      ,   ,, ,,   4 , 7,  ,, ,   ,.  ,.    cays  he  was away he  visited  Lytton.
mesne  .science  deimtastratious  ot the,     ...        ...      j,_f_ ...       , ..    ,
Local Council ot Women, in charge ol ^though the difficulties ot runs-
Miss Livingstone. This will occupy *%**?* are serious in many places.
the space given over last year to the K<Y't interest is be.ng shown in tae
Simon F-aser Coatenary exhibit exhibition and very good exhibits ot
Mlss Rose will again give demon- nut' rools. and vegetables, in addi-
etrations iu the dairy building on the ",on.to Srain' ar�� asaur?d��� . In 8Plte
successful   lines   adopted  last   year.      ��    lhe   se^ere   Bta8_n   the   frUU  Cro1
WATCHES
I sell watches that keep to the second  the  time
Si?^r9  ���*em;nts  adjusted   to suit  any clime;
Silver���filled   cases���fine   solid gold
Watches the best that are made to'be sold'
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
Sporting Goods
DUCKS     AN     DEER,    ETC.,
has proved much heavier than was
_._,__, - __, ,��� , �����YY, i~. .',Y anticipated, and his woi-hip saw
the   cuusi.,   several    first-class   bands _      '. ,    ,___        . .   '.     ,.
seeking engagements magnificent  apple  trees  right  in   the
seeking engagements. he,in of lhe t()Wn of Lill00et
Prominent Judges. A change iias pbeen made this year
Among the judges who   have been' 'n thn  fruit    classes.      Instead of    a
engaged    are    Professors  Rutherford general  exhibit    calling    for a  large
and Grisdale, to take over the exam- number of boxes of fruit, which prac-
ination  of    the horses,   and  W.   W.   tically excluded the smaller growers,
Valentine,   of    Stratford,  Ont.    presl-!the latter are encouraged  by classes
dent of the Canadian Ayrshire Breed- for  commercial   fruit,   about   five  ap-
-er_'  Society   will judge some of the l)les  or  pears  of  each   cariety,   and
cattle classes thls 's proving very popular and many
The stock parades  will  be particu-,riew exhibitors    will    be represented
Jarly   effective   this  year  on   account this year In consequence.      Kelowna,
ot    the  large    showing of    Clysdale  Vernon,  Salmon  Arm  and  othe,-  dls-
horsea ~ tricts will be well represeted In tb.1.
*      Tuberculosis  Test. !clasi>' ��� The list of varieties has been
, Icaretully selected with z. view to
The provincial government is do-1(bring out the best classes for grow-
nauag two cups through the depart-1 ing ,n B).|tlsh Columbia,
ment of agriculture for stock judging ; The dlstrict exhibits of grain fruit
and also seek to arrang. a tubercu- and oth(,r prodllce are al80 receiving
losis test, for wlucn It proposed to much attentlon from exhibitors. The
have, a cow slaughtered which is in- dl8triot dl8p]ay8 have not proved So
fected with the disease, aud alter the 1)0pular however, among the nelgh-
OOnclUBiqn of the demonstrations the bol.ing n,uniciptt)ltie_. only four hav-
carcass will be buried. The infor- lng takEn gpace Thpy are Surrey
mation imparted by the test, it is be- (winners last vear), Langley Rich-
lieved, will be helpful to the farmers. |mmd ,in(] MI;ssion. Maple Rldge
T. J. Trapp, president of the Royal wlthdrew   ���   few  dayg  ago      Comox,
Agricultural    atid    Industrial Society,  K, ()ops     Salmon    Arm    and  Arm.
will go down to Seattle in a few days strong w,��� ,)ave ,arge exM)ita in thls
to take in the live stock exhibit at -laS3 .U1(J again strathcona and j^.
the A. Y. P. and will doubtless bring monton wil, haVp a fine displav of
up several prominent breeders to this graill under the dlrectlon of / h
falr- Porte.
Chairmen  ?f Committees.  ���
A meet.'ug of the chairmen of the j Crowd�� Cheer at Executions,
different committees for the fair will : Valence Drome, France, Sept. Tl.���
be, with power to select their com- Three men, Berruyer David and Liot-
mittee.: Decorations, Aid. Cray; la- tard, were guillotined here at day-
crosse, Rev. J. S. Henderson; spe- break for a series of atrocious crimes
cial features, Sheriff Armstrong, with in the department of Drome. They
Chief Watson and P. T. Bowler; often tortured their victims with
Scottish Day, Rev. A. E. Vert, and red-hot irons. A great crowd wit-
officers of the Lord of the Isles camp; nessed the executions and applauded
Football.   Herbert   Ryan   with   A.   G. wildly every time the knife fell.
Beaton and L. Murchie;  music com-  ��	
mittee, the manager;  grounds, J.  G, Fatal Accident.
Brymner. Colvllle,   Wash.,    Sept.   22.���James
The football club was voted ?2,r. to- BronBCia, a lumberman, was Instantly
ward the expense of the match which  i<niea    at    Winslow's    Mill    Monday
will  !,e played  with the Westham Is- morning, while driving down a steep
land team on the Friday afternoon.      i,fn  m  a   load    of    logs.      The  log
If  the   provliacia]  education  depart- wagon slipped ov.r a sharp point in
ni_nt will  grant  a holiday the  North  the   grade,  throwing   him   under   the
Vancouver schools will  bring a large |oad, which crushed hlm.      He leaves
contingent to the fair  for Children's a wife  and    daughter  In   Minnesota,
Day, uind a boys' football match with Ui'd lias a grown son with him.
THE  SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING
OPENS   ON   SEPTEMBER    _. M
TRY   US   FOR   REQUIREMENTS   IN   THE   GUN,  AMMUNITIOnI
OR   SPORTING  GOODS   LINE, AS  W  AR  CARRYING A FULL AND
COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW    PRICES
T. J. TRAPP & CO, Limile.
Acme
SPECIAL
ss srass_.a"wer anada at w5' acmes
Overcoats from $10 to $25
Finest range of samples in Canada.
Acme Clothing Co
A. CHAPPELL, Manager. :iDAY
SEPTEMBER  24.  1909.
THE   DAILY
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PAOE FIVE.
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GORDON'S     {IMPORTING NEWS
fy> Dry Goods House
. ROVERS WlU. MEET THIRD DA. Uf
HIBERNIAN KICKERS        TENNIS TOURNAMENT
MILLINERY
The areatly increased space the  new store allows us for millin-
ses enables us to m_ke a showing this season uncompared
First  Schedule  Socc.r  Game  of Pres-   Results   in     Mixed    Doubles,   Ladies'
ent Season for Local Team Takes Doubles and  Singles and  Men's
Place  Tomorrow.
Singles.
A   good  football
tore in this city      The   asssmblage  of    stunning   creations
ery p"
by any
th from abroad and from our   own   workrooms  are   such   as  will
this store as emphatically the  style  centre of  New  Westmin-
,.r     No woman who follows the  trend of    the  new  styles  should
iss viewing this charming review of the  season's most   pronounced
aiH most authoritative styles while   the   opening   displays   are   com-
ni.ts.    We would be pleased t0 have you  visit our millinery salon.
second Floor.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
game is promised 0n the tennis pounds yesterday
| for ban,,day when the Rovers will the touramen, was proceeded with.
Play their first schedule game of the mixed doubles, ladies' doubles and
-���>..,>. lhe,,; opponent, will be the singles, and gentlemen's singles being
Hibernians ol Vancouver and the _h(. games played
match   will   be  pull  .l off  at   Queen's '  Mixed  Doubles
Strong teams have been clios-      Mi..   McQuarrie and   K    Macgowan
''",.;y 'l',"-1 clubB;��� , (receive    15)    defeated    Mis. Cotton
r��e Rover   will line up as lollows:   ilt.ui  ,.-.   v.  Macrae  (owB   10)  6-4   G-i.
Goal, Shallcross; full backs, Lyon an.      m1bs  Shildrlck    and    W.  Rlckman
��� -   a'111 (scratch)   defeated  Miss C, Corbould
ml Mr, Gibson (owe 30), ",-:,, 3-_, 6-2.
Ladies' Singles.
:      WE CAN SHOW YOU
the best line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
Large assortment just arrived.   Best value, lowest prices
A great variety of Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.   Everything in Home Furnishings
at astonishing prices.
ii.
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VV. E. FALES 612-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
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PHONE  176.
NIGHT CALL 81.
I.pick'-; forwards, Vlner, Johnson,
HaBlam, Robertson, Caydzlen,
The lii ernians team has been
chosen as follows: Goal, Horn;
backs, Herring aiad Jeffrey; halves,
McKinley, Glflen, Gray; forwards,
Ssmith, Scriinslaw, T. June., It. Jones
and  Eaton.
K. Caverg will referee.
EVERETT POLICE STOP
MARINO-HUDSON   BOUT
Misg Shildrlck (owe L5) won from
Mi .s C. C-"boiild (owe 16), 7-_ 3-.,
6-1.
Ladle.'  Doubles.
Mist Rlchman and Mrs. McQuarrie
(receive li.) defeated Miss Cotton
and Miss Vera Corbould towe 1-2 cll)),
ti:', 6-2.
Men's Singles.
K. Macgowua (receive 15) won
from R.  S.  Smith (scratch), 6-1, 8-6.
YtSTEKUAY'S KAtlNIi
________������__��� a__L..i___ __��� <a&3__________gi__a_<''
CUPS AND SAUCERS, $1.00 PER DOZEN.
(White  and   Gold   Patterns.)
FIFTY DOZEN  TO CLEAR  AT THIS   PRICE.       REGULAR   VALUE
$1.35 A DOZEN.    WON'T LAST LONG.
SIX-PIECE   TOILET    SETS    AT  $2.25.      See them   in   our window.
C. B. DEANS
Groceries & Crockery ware
FIRST   RACE���Five   furlongs;   sell
ing;   three-year-olds ani  up.
1,   Roy   Junior;   2,   Aunt   Folly;   _
Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
Everett.  Sept,   23.���The    ten-round
go which was to have taken place at
Langley yesterday under the auspices
of the Olympic Athletic club between
Eddie  Marino, of Calgary, aod    Chic
Hudson, of Seattle failed tor several
reasons to materialize,
First sheriff Wangsness, of Island
'county, was on the spot  wiih deputies
in prevent the match and nothing was
doing on tiie island.    Second   Sheriff  Succeed.
Deerlng received a tip that the fight      SECOND RACE���One mile, selling;
promoters  would  attempt to pull off  three-year-olds and up.
itheir match and its two preliminaries      1-  Ue Grammont;   2, Day  Star;   3,
across  the  Snohomish  coU-ty  Hue on   Mr-   Bishop.
Hat   Island, and  Deerlng  saw    to his      THIRD  RACE    Six and a _..:   tv
'end.   and   they   both   jumped   in    and  longs;     selling
stopped it. u"'
Outside of Marino Hudson and pre-      1.  Merrill;    2, Josie
lllminary bom boxers and ring corner Cherry.
men. few came up from Seal tie to wit-      FOLRTH    RACE���Six    and  a halt
ne�� the go, and the main sufferer  n furlongs-purse;  two-year-oils.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six Races Daily, Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE   CARRALL STREET  DAILY  AT   1   P.  M.     HALF-
HOUR  SERVICE FROM  GRANVILLE STREET STATION.
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three-year-olds  and
S.;   3,    Rose
Uie affair is C. A. Baker chief pro-
moter for the Olympic Athletic club ai
Langley.
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|| WRITING MATERIALS, OFFICE SUPPLIES. BOOKS, PAPERS.
MAGAZINES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
IN A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
IN OUR STOCK. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. WE BUY FOR CASH DIRECT FROM
THE MANUACTURERS, WE THEREFORE SAVE YOU MONEY.
NO DISAPPOINTMENTS IF YOU  DEAL  WITH   US.
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TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
Imports Polo Ponies.
Sau Diego, Sept. 2:!.���Ten polo ponies owned bj Major ('p>li:i G. Ross
have arrived in San Ditgo from Calgary. Canada. Although they were
sixteen days on the road all of the
iwnies arrived in good condition, They
were taken out to the Janiul ranch,
owned by .lohn D. Spreckeis this af-
��� ternoun and will be kept then- until
the opening of the annual Southern
California polo tournan esit next spr.ng.
Another shiiunent ot ponies Is expefit-
vd to arrive within the next tne days
and inside of two months it is said
there will be one hundred thoroughbred ponies on  the ranch.
1, Virgie Ca-ssie; 2, Lewiston; 3,
Lady Elizabeth.
FIFTH RACES���Seven furlong.;
selling;  four-yoar-olds and up.
1, Emma G.; 2, Captain Burnett; 3,
Bucolic.
SIXTH RACE���Five and a half furlongs;  purse;  three-year-olds.
1. Elizabeth Harwood; 2> Short Cut;
3. Palo Alto.
NANAIMO AUTOISTS
PLAN   BIG   RACE
Nanaimo, Sept. 23.���Messrs. Jas.
MjEinnell and Albert Hilbert have
signed articles for an auto rae* lr an
the Wilson Hotel, Nanaimo, io me
Cumberland hotel, Cumberland, on
Saturday octooer 2. The match is
l'or $iuu a side and one or more pas-
__.__ sengers  must  be taken  in each car.
AMBIDEXTEROUS  BATTERS .,-,,���  match  is lm a 1)andicap one as
ARE  LATEST   HUNCH   st.,,   d    n   |aS(  nigJt'_.  Free  Pres. ,but
two  crack
Boston, Sept. 2:',.���Ambidexterous
batters are now In vogue as well as
left-handed first basemen. "Goat Anderson" is about the .best "elthe. sid-
er" in the Eastern league, hitting as
well i a the "ff as on the near siile of
the plate Claude Ritchey. the li"-s
ton cast off. now with Providence, is
anotLer good one at it. Ia the big
leagues, Alan Storke, of St. Louis,
liiis from either side Donie Rush the
Detroit shortshtop, beat Dollie Cray,
the Washington southpaw recently
by moving over to the right side of
the plate. He drove in all of Detroit's runs. Austin, the Cleveland
boy playing with New York, can bat
from either side So can Germany
Schaefer and George Davis.
au even go between the
antolsts. In order that they may not
be fighting for right-of-way along ihe
road Helbert will leave Nanaimo half
au hour ahead of McKinnell, and will
accordingly nave to be In Cumber-
laud hah an hour ahead or eise he
will lose  the race.
WOLGAST-MCFARLAND
BOUT   WILL TAKE   PLACE
What Grade of Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you���and guarantee them, too.
B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION  TRUST  BLOCK
* Los Angeles. Cai., Sept. 23.���.Promoter McCarey, oi the Pacific Athletic Club, has decided io go through
with the Ad. Woigast-Packey McFar-
lauu ten-round, no decision bout on
October Bth. He lms te.egraphed
both youngsters that the match is
closed.
Irish-Canadians Meet.
Toronto, Sept. 23.���Threatening
���weather had an effect on the attendance at the Ontario championship
meet under the auspices of the lrls1'-
Canadian   Athletic   club   at   Scarhoro
Rochester   Expects  Pennant.
Rochester,  N.   Y.,  Sept.  23.���Rochester's baseball pu.lic is planning an
event iu local    baseball    history  for
October 2, at the baseball park here.
fcnSt'the  Sfirthr.^  iSScUu8   U,    affair.       The
ican AtMeUc club of New York, ibaseball crazy      Mayor Egert__ says
Amer	
Lunghi won his event easily, but Wilson had the battle of his life to beat
"Chuck" Skene in 4:28 3-5.
the team, by keeping first place since
May ti, ha. ben a great advertisement
to the city.
Aviators to Fly at Nev. York.
New   York,    Sept.     23.���The   flight
from Governor island across the loW"
er bay and around the statue of Lib-
Shrubb Off for Calgary.
Vancouver, Sept. 23.���Alt. Shrubb,
the noted English runner, left last
night for Calgary, where he proposes
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his  machine  almost  In  flying  sl,al'e
Bggtric Railway Service j
Cap
'"Durban Line.
�����''<YA:r:'z
Mr 1
eaves
tw
a, m.
, M U P. m.
iSoTm66��� Vancouve' ^
Cara ie
ctlty
"���'-   the
depot
every
I,ertoQ II" for botl> Bap.
ou, ;;pnti -ty limit.
over the
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6!o0
a. in.
Sunday service half-houriy he-
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
BrJtisu ..
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ertv probably will be the first avia- to run un exhibition two-mtle race if
tion event during the Hudson-Fulton fclg leg permits before the Acoose-
eelebratlon Glenn H. Curtiss. win- \ i- itzgerald race there tomorrow,
er of the flrst international aviation Shrubb has an offer to participate ��
contest announced that he would at- a ten-mile match race at the Meadows
temnt to make his fUsat as socu as j track, Seattle, the day of the iblg
��� ' assembled hls Marathon race there next month, but
he has refused to make any contract
In  this ctuuection owing to the un
met Curtiss  for the  flrst  time since ,certainty as to whether his  leg will
e latter returned from his European jbe  well  enough for  him  to  ruu  the
��� ��� ��� * '- race without the probability of a
breakdown. From Calgary Shrubb
will go to his home In Toronto, where
triumphs. The meeting, which took
plac eta Wright's shed on Governor s
lsiand,  was cordial.      No
ill feeling
exists because of the suit which the he will have a thorough rest before
Wright brothers have brought against (accepting any    further   engagements.
' ' 'He hopes to came back here later and
meet the coast cracks ln a series of
races, including John Marsh, with
whom he has a couple of races in
sight.
the  Herring Curtiss Company for alleged infringement of patents.
Schreck and Ross Draw.
Columbus.   Ohio,     Sept.   23.-Mike
Soiree-  of Cincinnati, and Tony Ross
of  Newcastle, Pa.,  fought six rounds
to a draw last night.
.ARM LAND
SPECIALISTS
Manager for Washington.
Philadelphia,  Sept.  23.���James  Mc-
Aleer,  manager  of    the    St.     Louis
I American   Baseball   club,   made    tbe
!positive  announcement  that    he had
agreed   upon   terms   to   manage    the
! Washington  club   next  season.    The
amount  of salary  Is  not  known, ibut
lt Is said he will be given a block of
stock in addition to salary as an ha-
ducement to bring a winning team to
=y the capltol city.
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Offices: Winch Bldg, Vancouver,
or Refinery, Port Moody.
WE ARE NOW READY FOR BUSINESS
PATRONIZE YOUR  LOCAL  INDUSTRIES
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE. MAN,
Phone 62. 657tColumbiaXStreet.
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THE  DAILY  NHWS.
"'DAY,   SEPT_MBE
R 24,
1909,
WILL REARRANGE
FRANCE'S NAVY
From October 1 Some Important Cnanges Will Be
in Effect.
bits to the provincial exhibition next
month and avoid the expected trouble
in this respect,
R. W'liitmore, business manager of
ihe R/>val City Navigation Co.. will
travel on the Strathcona as purser,
and look after all business matters
He requests the cooperation of the
merchants of the city in the enterprise, pointing out that lack of support might compel the company t<>
withdraw the v sse] befoi r completion of Jie PrlncesB Royal.
COUNTERFEITERS'   DEN
RAIDED   IN   MONTANA
NOTICE.
Paris, Sept. 23.���From October 1st
next a rearrangement will be made of
the Freiicj naval forces. In future
the Mediterranean and northern squadrons will not remain as completely
distinct and Independent, or as rigorously confined to their respective
waters as heretofore, and more frequent concentrations of the whole
forces will be effected The Strength
of the two squadrons will, moreover,
be equalled.
Six battleships of an earlier class
will pass from Toulon to Brest, the
Mediterranean squadron retaining only the six newest battleships. Eacn
squadron will comprise six battleships  Y^
and   four   first-class   cruisers.     Some ,    .,.,, '     ,
, i tie wiie an
nn vai   critics  are  up  in  arms  against
this redistribution and equalizing of
the naval forces ln the Channel and
the Mediterranean, Their argument
is that, as the British fleet commands
the Cjannel, France, owing to her
friendship with England .should 01.
the contrary, concentrate in the Med
lterranean. It ls pointed out that, as
a mal ter of fact, one of the reasons
why England has massed her largest
fighting force in the Channel Is because France centered hers in the
Mediterranean.
France nas at present twelve battleships at Toulon, whereas after Oc- j
tober 1 she will have only six where
they would be most necessary, and
six at Br< st, where they will be comparatively superfluous.   The same cri-
���tics argue that to talk of concentrai-; "Commencement days," a son of
lng two squadrons, one at Ioulo. and mkture of laJIi .ul(, muslcai comedy,
the other at Brest, on the outbreak w,th ., (,.ls|l of llR.,��� ir;lma piayed to
of war la absurd, and thp-y point to L ful] audleno at ,he 0l,era HoUse
the present naval policy of the Bntis.i  jag( (.vetllI1g
Thompson Palls, Mont.. Sept. .3.���
The sheriff's office of Bonner County.
Idaho, and Sanders County, Montana,
yesterday raided a cabin near Trout
creek Mont., and discovered a quantity of counterfeit money and a complete counterfeiting plant, as a result
of which .1. S. Le.', presideni of the
Burnt Forest Mining company; his
wife ami son. John, were arrested. An-
othei son. Henry Lee, was arrested in
Sand Point, Idaho, several days ago
for attempting to puss bad money, and
his arrest led to the unearthing of
the counterfeiting plant five miles
from   Troul   Creek   on   the   Big  Trout
srti. John, were arrested at their home at Trout Creek,
and Lee, sr. was found in the counterfeiting cabin, lb' is said to have
confessed lo tho officers.
COMMENCEMENT DAIS
MAKES HIT WITH HOUSE
Last   Evening's   Production   at   Local
Theatre Was  Best of Present
Season.
Admiralty   as   having  exploded   such
ancient tactics of disseminated forces
The  Scene     was   laid     within   the
i bounds  of  a  ladies'  college,  and  this
together   on   a   declaration   of   bostili
ties.
Sir. Strathcona
winch  woiild  requlie^to^ ^S^'^;1 j together with local color in Lie shape
' ' '      " '    " of   basketball     girls,   college   youths,
caps,  gowns    and    "rah,    rah,  rahs'
served to give    the    right academic
|flavor to a plot that might have done
duty   in   any     scenario.       Tbe   story
hinges on the old theme of the wild
Will  Dun  nn  Dtirnn!. oun_  brother, and  the noble sister
Will  Hull  Oil  HIV".   wh0   sacUflces   hei self   to   save   him
jit   is  slated    on    excellent  authority
  that this same plot did duty for the
Noachiah Stock Company and served
to while away the time In the ark.
Tlie company  w'as the largest and
.best   dressed     and     drilled   that   h?s
(Continued  from Page One.)
gers, and carries 150 tons of freight.
The passenger accommodation is all been seen in this city for many a
that could lie desired by the travel- long day and the whole production
lng public. went with a snap and vim tiiat is too
Capt. Patterson in Command.        ! often   absent   fro   mthe   offerings   on
Sh,. will be commanded by Captain  the  local  boards.      The  costumes in
Patterson   an  old   New   Westminster Particular were excellent,
man, thoroughly acquainted  with the      Tbe  actlon  of the  Pla-V   was  1!l" r
river.
The laok of a boat to replace the
Ramona has been keenlv felt by the,Go"��8  Sollle''  8U��S  b>'  1 red.   Lb,we,
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Tenders are hereby Invited ior the
construction of substations for the
Vancouver Power Company Limned,
al five different points situated along
lhe right of way of the Fraser valley
branch of il . British Columbia Eli c-
trie Railway Company, Limited, as
follows: 1. At Cloverdale. 2. Near
the Intersection of the Coghlao road,
in Langley district. 3. Near the intersection of the Canadian Paclfli
Railway lu Matsqui distrlcl I. Near
the intersection of the Vai. road in
jSuinas district. _. At or near the
town of Chilliwack, in accordance
p\ith the plans a"d specifications ami
conditions of contract prepared by
the company, and which may be seen
at my ollice. .35 Carral] street, Vancouver, u. C. Tenders to be delivered not later than the 27th day Of
September, nineteen hundred and
nine.
Tlie tender should indicate fl specified price for the construction of any
or all of the said substations
Each tender shall be accompanied
by certified cheque in favor of the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
for lu per cent of the estimated total
amouni of the tender.
The cheques of ih<' unsuccessful
tenderers will ibe returned to them i��i
due   ''oiii'se.    and    the   (.'be.pie   of    the
;successful   tenderer   will   be   returned
in him ilium execution of the contract
and   furnishing   of   the   bond   required
under the contract, In the event of
jthe successful tenderer refusing to
execute the contract and furnish the
bond within ten days after being notified in writing of the acceptance of
liis ten dei IY cheque is to be forfeited to the company.
Form of l"uid required may be seen
ui   my office.
Tenders to be delivered not later
than the 27t_i day of September, r.(W.
at my said offlce, sealed and endorsed, "Tender 'or Substations for
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,"
No tender delivered after that date
or time will he considered.
Tender shall state the date of completion of '.lie work. Rapid progress
being required.
The company reserves to itself the
right to accept, or refuse any tender,
whether it be lower or higher than
any other tender or the same amount.
Drted at Vancouver. B. C. this
fifteenth (15th) day of September,
19...
ROBERT  HOWES   C.   12.,
Fraser Valley  Branch.
NOTICE.
To Our Customers of Hard Coal:
We, the undersigned, do not expect
to get any Banff coal this year.
GILLEY BROS. LTD.
Bpersed with    several    musical uum-
1 ers, the  be. t  of which  was  "That's
merchants   of  New  Westminster and
Chilliwack and  by tlie farmers along
the river.     The Beaver has been un-j
able    to    cope    with    tlie    immense i
amount of  freight  requiring handling j the third spasm Mr. Bowers wag com
and much business has been lost. Tlie I
in his character of Billy Douglas,
eldest son of the stern father. Mr.
Bowers made a big hit by tacking on
three   verses  on   local     topics.      For
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated l^G.)
Capital Paid up $4,700,000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total  Assets 55,000,000
new vessel under construct ion for
the Royal City Navigation Co. cannot be completed for some time, and
the company, fully realizing the serious nature of the situation, decided
upon  the action now consummated.
Among other things the placing in
commission of the Strathcoa will enable the fanners to smd their exhi-
TENDERS   FOR   STEEL   BRIDGES.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, and marked on the envelope, "Tenders for Steel Brldg s,
will be ree. ived at the offlce of th1-
commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway until 12 o'clock noon of
the 28th da_ of September, 1909, for
the construction and erection of steel
superstructui a and floor systems
(with ties a.ul wood n guard rails
complete) required for bridges at the
poinu named  below:
District "A."
Date
Mile. Br Ige. of Comph tlon.
82.0- -Cai ;.- River  D c 1, 19U9
124.5    South   West Marainichi,
N.  I!    Marcli  10. 1910.
133.1	
134.07   Juniper Brook . .April 1, 1910.
149.0   Odell  Brook	
District "D."
62.25    Circle River luly 1, 1910.
62.5 Low Bush River, Ju,i�� 1, l'.llij
9'J.U Brule Ci-eek ...April 1 l'Jlu
109.29 Knderichouse River, " "
113.48 Buskgow River April 15, 1910.
123.5 Driftwood River, May 1, 1.10.
13;').0 Mattagama River, ,ia, i, igio
Plans and i rofiies may ibe seen and
full Information obtained at the offlce
of the Chief Engineer a;. Ottawa
Ontario
After contracts are awarded the
successful tenderers must submit de.
signs of all Superstructures with
etrf-ss sheets all to be in accordance
with the Specifications of Department j
of Railways and Canals of thi 1")-'
minion Government, 1308. The class I
ct load to be used Is that deslgnat d !
"Heavy" in the said spec lication .      !
Tenders will be received for one oi
more of the structures requl,, 1,
Each tend, r must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the lender, and witnessed, and be accompan
led by an ace pted cheque on a altered bank of the Dominion of Canada payable to the CoimnLsip . r> of
the Transcontinental Railway, for a
sum eq ial to Ive i- r Ci nt, [3 ,-c.) oi
the amount of ve tender.
The right  Is reserved to reject, a,..,
Or  all   teadeis.
aiy   or.:   1, j
p. e. ;.'"' ;.
polled to resort to blank verse, but
he made a hit of large dimensions
with the house.
In  and  out  of  town  accounts  solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Sittings of Exchequer.
Ottawa, Ont.. Sept. 23.���Judge Cassels of the Exchequer court., will go
west October 1st to th. sittings ot
the court, the first at Winnipeg, October 5, and subsequent sittings that
month at Brandon, Regina, Clagary,
Vancouver and Victoria.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers  effected.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.   Branch,
F.  SHUTE,  Manager.
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GILLEY
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WE   ARE    READY   TO   SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bui't with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
But Ihey were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
BROS., Ltd.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VA;NCOUVE    AND NEW WESTMINSTER
i i.   ������     .mers and Dealers in AU Kma" ot
J-.:--..-:-,   f.Y,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door.,
fatei-or i;'rush,    turned Work,   Etc.
i ish and Fruit Boxen.
Large Slock Plain nnd Fancy Glass.
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lurnhnr Always in Stock for Aenr-.r.g and Draining.
Royal Cit   Branch, Gambia St.
1  lephonfi 12. .^Jf , Westminster
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T:.i-  no-      ici  Tin   __.rp__ >   .
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tlie      ih i i:   :  . ..i
(...��-  land   io \k    irrigated--_:v..:    twi
.   ����    T��-    '"���- '    :':'^
'���/.���. . or      ,; i  U  i,ho watei   - '..   br aae.  for
l'" ; v sitectod  power or miolng   pp.1."
.   ���..-  .ww uie plac-o wh.r. the watei ��������� ������  be re
IteSow the B   ?��� Dlckins, turned to Mn�� nsturs   c_annei,
ncouver B C. :"    4Uta����oe   ln     alt!
|__e part of thi    SJemorandiun ol potnU of diversion snd point  ..
1    a!ion ,��� ......     which  turn.    The  watar   li   U
CZfrA the ���   application at-out  two hundred   (800)   in:
iw0rii.  re       .   follows: in same channel and _tx v sljd
���flu"  o for    which    "1<'> _aet lowar,
w s..v    _hed and to wbicn ,    j.) Thear.-a ol Crowa   len
rr;s"-.h.  , e   r.-strlcted cj to Im occupied b_    th<    pro
K" water and water work,  is rone.
[.'by MMi-ds of uiirt.f)rde,i  wa-1    (kl This not'c wne posted oa ���   '
I ,   p rchase of water re-  nth  day of  Au. usi.  1909,  and  ap.
fcorwater   rlvllegea f<jr (a) Con- cation  will  be  inp"i'     to    ;'.
tactln'.  operating and maintaining mlssloner on the  18th  day  ol
���Ic works   power houses,  gener-  temier   1909, al  . SO o'clock
taplant and -       ���   "< appliances     (l) The names and    _ddn  i
jjV-.v.r. ar,- necessary any    riparian proprietors or licensee*
Inoperfor   :'- generating of elec- who or whose lands ar,. llkelj   '������> '.''
m, or slectrli power, or any other affected   by   th��    proposed     works,
lain !^.'.  o
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pp endi      ��� v.   ���.,   p   mh ,��� .,  p.,.
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rk in half the
"iw directions.
.bsotutely
-   'es clothes from ln-
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drudgery.
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n_.iluidiMi
SflllSTION Ifl. MYSTIRY
01 tl.lFF IIWtlllNliS
BIG TURNOVER IN
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tinted fi
the :,:..'   ���-.   i o i   "���������������-1  ���'���' i ������    of Mam
the largos! ���        the u
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.��� .  ,v   v   acrei   mon   ���-   le
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PW   Si     ,.     Vf,:.-       -.i-.-.r,)
n.t/vl J.n.   6th   1909
������    th    '
���     ���    ���     ���'-; ���    23      Vt the 1	
thi      ������    ���    '���������   -��� ������   .
Bl 4ND TIV,EER  LIMITS ,-....
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A        N ��� ... . .      . ...........
Vmi 'lean T'    ���   I	
Arch-     '..    .   Thinks   He   Has    Clsws
Thnt  Will  Explain  Existence of
Deserted Caves.
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oillle:   are
the  Crown.  1!    B     BCOtt,    VaUCOttTI I
and K   I'aMnnaii. Vancouver
HORACE  WtLUAMBON
442    Westminster    avenue.    V&nOOU
ver, B. C.
iof developed  power,    and    for v>lt_er alxivr. or below  i
ismlttlnt: the same to be u*sd h>'
,f     :;, or by  persons or cotn-
|�� contracting with the company
is a motive power for the
Of ii.' toi  .     machinery   or
: other works or to ' ������������������������������
1 by the Company  to oon- land ACTS.
r beating  or as a    motive |
;: pel lng tramways, or for
ct. I rolli -.    lifting,    pumptng,
it. era*
: _.. ng or
tb to whir!,
I'. ".?-4.    -
stai with m
: -'-���'-.
���fee appl
*nag wati
.  gtrtet '"if Ooasi  Range On��
Tekn notice ;h��i    FVan.
of Vj.'pv..i(    j_   . .  .v.  ,    _ar
mer, Intend. ���..   apply issioa
to  purchase  ��� ���    ��� I ��� "    -   ��������� '���'��� Hbed
i oiiP. i  it  ��  posl   i anted m
a small hay on nortii Bhore ol M��nd
Island Dated June 6th 190. Ap-
plying f'-. th. whoi�� Island contain-
ina ^ fticres nior�� or ,IM,<1
thank  IAGOBBON
iv,  g   n   vni.n   Agent.
Patca! .tune tth   1908
smelting,  drilling
i- any  other opera-
may be adapted (,r
; IW for or In con
other  purposes  tor
or   electric    pow��-r
- required,    (g) *''or
an 1   water    pover
fai-- - . application and dls-
---   ��� ��� . dams, lncreaslnt.
���yy. ������'.-������     :n    any    e_l"s��ln .
-' r,-i-    . ��_t"nding the ar.-a
Hnrtlng 'he waters of any
|��n_ :��� -- .... into any other
B'-"-   ��� -.-   laying or  .rect-
I . '���'-: __me,  pipe or wire
DistHCI    of    iSvapi     Kant,    lino
I'aUe  none*, dial   _.dolph  O   John
ion, ol Vancouvei. B   C, occupatloh
farmer, Intends to applj  foi  i"��'",ia I
KOrlbed iiiivio
iloo tu i��" i"""    _ie   foil.." i"_ 'i��
Commencing h<  a  post Pl?n'?.   ""
th" nnnh slmrp Of CHh ISanfl     "'"6''
June 8th,    1909      applying   ft.  ,u��
whole Island,   containing   ^'   ������ ��
mors "i  loss
ADoi.rii <)   roHNBON,
I-.-., i   n   iniii). _.geni
Dnie.i Jans 6th,  1909
District of Ooasi Range Ons
Take notice that 0. B, Andsrson, ol
Vancouver, ii. C. occupation, Jeweler,
intends to apply for psnnlsslon '"
purchase the following described
ands: !  ���	
Commencing at a post planted In ���
mall bay on north shore of BSfTy Ih  ;nrW Wsstmlnstsr   LSOfl  Dlltnet,  DI��
land    dated   June   4th.   1909        A'.'l'lv IrlOl tf N*w \NtSim\t\lAU
ng 'for ths whole island, 0��lU__llJg     TftJ(g nnt|fVD (hqt ix\\u\,i Dottgal] oi
100 acres mm-)' or 1"��h ���-..,,,,,,,     twcupatlon    farffieT,    th
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON. ,������,,_. ,��� ainA. f���r permission to phi
Dated
Per   H    11.   KOItl),
June 4th, 1909.
Agent.
District of  OOMt   Rang* One
Take notice that Dora Anderson. Of
Vancouver.,    15     C, oecapatlOB, i--"1^-
|^^\"t_'W^n_^r���� tateV��_ to apply tor permit on u, p-k
M   - *;,-,. X���*��- bl chase the  following **���*J**��1
Commencing  a'  a  po*-   r.p*��'*o
- wort which may be
ion  w!:h  the lm-
I*** b K__��do_  with the im-     "w*^�� VClsto Ms*i
H^r ..-.-_-, LtLJS- r^sJr- Dated Jun. 5th INI A_M7ln_ ?'
R_Si_lc!l2rSs. Sffi th. who^ Ulaad. 40 __w. -ors '
l*ri.t -a��� ....~.^j *ea  .,
on
Inland. ��
d
for
M
rha��_  lhe following  desetlhed   '^"'l0
Commencing n��  tt   post   pinnte i  m ;
Northeasi  '"rr,a>r of Foi   I "������;'   lbenee|
Igonth 20 chains, thenoe pasi 4<> tfhatas,
,,,,.,.,,. north to "."='. thenee ,''""T*
!|ne   ||,<.  <-'.a = f   line    to  poifll   "'   '���"'"
irrinTic^rn-nt
v/ir.ntio DOtJOALti,
,-*, <-,   v(   Otftk&tl, *er'"'
Daf-1  .Iii7  MA,  1'-i'i'-i
InscotVE.. -���- vrER
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COT.   LTD.
W.   H-Otp��.      A.   __
-*'p. Dtrtetors
." ~ ��� rm inas_ 3*c?^tary.
AiidrSsi   Ttr.��o--.T.r   B-'J.
a- wsw% Power Coy-,
DORA  ANT>rP-HOM
Pw 9   H.  KORD   A��*n'
Datsd J^ae **.  IMI,
lh
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a.* lani
tt# par. 'I wfi '���' ^���""t^' *''"
ier of ttetM-    IJ,  WrtWMrt..* 2.  ���'���''
v,.��'-.-,ir,*'��r   4ls+r5'-
Wh��r  .��   tn-PM-.f  S.   "na   (OSS  BI  ^Tt|-
ftretm if ::'..* mnk"  v">7'. I<',,*^ ,r'
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DWMci ��f Osmt P-_��* os* IMI ;.-. '-���'������' t_*_\ ���,..
Ta*.  MOcs  IM   Was    o��_��e.  s<     IMW ... -^t e    .   ;*   ���     ���
y.,M     If,  B   C    ll��| lllli   ternikr    ���  -,_   ��t _-���-.. .t��  _f   -   '^>
i.   ia i.::.i..'.ato_ baa  '*1^_t__��n<tiair  a:   -   |Ml   >���(���'"<   ��  loplteats of   *\ ��* ;  ' lrt2a_S_rfe_ ""
���v..e   'in.W a  ta-! lai^n^.     Dars.    .' ir.��   *ci_    ;.>^,>      A.     _��f_   O _�� in
faontain-
to l-   PUrte_e�� ".niTing for OM *hoi* Waad
to   Y-   ' -1   l!"-   r!l�� -1;U"   tn_  200  _r.r_s  a.c,*�� SS   **��
_,-."'"���'���       :    '-"i'i   itsBSBBl JOHN OL8_N
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H.   .OitD.   A_^'^'
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M l'";   ' ���'.;   i;::ia,.a      .-.:.r
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"'' i      i   W and   -T, aioeit af Vancouver
,'j).lat
nt rag
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f)l��>i,|o't Ropel-a-rir <v' '
Registry   Sfllce     **w   W*��-
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UWSfin St   '.rjtiV   ___u��   mo
Tan��  oaStos  f^uir.  Sjuuii   I la'p'-''''"'''1
8. p"... soBupaobn    ���*������
���  Mid        Boon    .    m��r   iutsmln Bo auu1,   *����  psri-as"**1
tnd ill   pjiocu i   La-,r.i : to   ijiuvdnwe   th��  S*U��*tog   W
i.1' '���'���'������I ��� I'  tjiia i. S jiamW.
..T.t t. 5  Ll,     Ci��mm��n��*mg M s jost
..it i 1, _, 9   lit  rhn iontiieart.   .im>  n -
,ms 1   !   i   :,. ant Oomptaiu   inland.     DaWd    rua*lrS
1009.       Appl:,"n_  for ril<^  Vio'e   wluiut
anurainmit .0 _��'.r^M mor. >r   ����������
RALim   rACORBONi
?mr 3.   H.   S'OUD   Affcnt.
Dat*d   ,'iww  irh, '.'.HW
u a,,, ,,,
Sl1/   :><pvi
!���  ".'"'    '     " 5   m,t 20   ���lo,.,t
W t "-.Vl���:   '. ; ��>"    '   Mhos 18;
Lar 'ii"        l   ' ll1   tubiilviHlonH  of
it .���,,���'.' ",'n .ots 10) ti. ... !.:.
w-��"-..",;!!":: lK' i,u,,,,v,��,���� si
1 uu i.      " -" 3  >   ��8   W   1"
Yp    '���  ;'"'���������'��� -"���:  (.3.4. 8,. 8
Blr���._  |    "^ " ������   :i   in ami _n.
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planced  W
miuii   iay M
u"":-   ������    ������"���-��� 4 ., ta.
n��l .... ....   .   .
_lHir>.t   M  yrumi   ptan��*   ������^��,
Tak*  notion   that   Jw'oi,   m.vM.-'nn.
or Vanemnw   ft.  C... OOOttpatlWI    '*-���
pantos  tknaufi. * n��"'v 'v. '" '
o    iimvluiHO    :lie
"oilbwing  i'~
DWt   named   "fi
?Y l��'i   '
:i>"' .,.;,|���'���'"';      wbdlvision oc'aoiijSbn to   murehase
;::"        j,      v""   ,.   UocH   i. .ii  Lot Pmartliftd ;aiut��'
foil  ��nu   v '".omint'iieliiti   u    t
**r   mh   'l,," "i,u""":   i'l'oum, or;tht. southwest .toreof tfonnd i_awi.
m,,   . ons   dWming r.at��d  .inn.. ��_| CBOR     Aimlvi"    >
B. n   ,���;    '   ���"���    'i.i   and  by vltv tfls wiim. islnml   oontwning
���'"    i.
Pmr  _    H    I'VIUU     .cent.
ilated   Ulna   lib   i'"1*'
COAL
$w Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
jO_e��*H  MAYER.
Ifflce   s-van. St., ?eot of ft*-**^
i>Hnn^    OR l>. O   Boy 345
i.i
;()  kflres
"":   mj!   merest
Ip   v:,I       rtiOM,
��Mmi_ ,i   ,      . mdoi   1,,. pro-
I-'-   ��� .. tegl p       ivi
���   :,-   o��m  fl
'"n      Bn     l:v;
'ispiniment. moro '��r lens.
"nn
li
        oil     IIIIV1
villi-   liar.
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i\r.nu I _!OBBON
IT  PAYS TO   (HWW*
���IN���
THEE       DAILY MEWS
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
T-lephofia 18. Office. Eighth St.
Mnplt  t.wrtj Forpfer '
" ���   ��� ����� -    -���' ���
^a    . '
tapt��la->< foi ' -.   tmrte mark, because it is Canadian.
'*_f_S
i
rr ?vri t i u>x
COCOA
(Maple Lsaf
Label)
'���'If."'"-   .NCO
1.    IWta    ri'MP--)      ,Kl-    WC.
, Ltd.,   1 ��������� <"-> TO
-yg����i��si II���PHI  I Illl ��� ���:
A fine bunch tor|^M_y
^   Swell Drcssor^to
choose from   Aix
*A* f~o*k/tr��
***0
#~f-'T''
I
Mr,   Swell   Ofewer:
Qno_ grapes ewe 'rain  g^��_  vines.
Goo. elathes come from n good store that keps good c'oth.s.
M /��ii get one of our suits you tfilf have one In style; right up
to the last tie* of the clock.
We hav* a fine buneh of anlt. for you to _hO.se from, and we
ean  suit  your  taste.
$15.00 to $25.00
$15.00 to f-S.OO will buy a suit from us that will make you fee'
like a ducK.
We are showing * .ery sw.li range of Soys' and Youths' suits
ranging from $5.00 to $15.00; plain and bloomer knickers.
REID & CO.
Proper Clothes
for Men
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
. .   -. .-.     . .   .
ani   fr  rue
	
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N.M,, lii
  :    ���
'���  ���,       '.'     '
of, the dt     ��� -��� .
��� v t_ptio_j ��� Vror.
'��� -   itt has fouti 1, infill te, he  n.
that thr. ance '  ��� Pne-
  tlourishp-'fl abont a thoi       ��� ;
apo.   Then the   .<. v-h began flry*' g
in. to avoid famine tl ���  ���
tion of the extensive clifl <
sert.d their homes, leaving _uct| I
traces that tnelr rti _..stor> tic-came a
mysterj for modern science, W.iniler-
Ing ntrir I'vof. Hewitt believe?, ihey
mixed witb a io^er order of sayag'es
nearei 'V coa.i tnd lost their lden-
....    .   ������ inferior hvhrld race.
Mow 1? the time tn get your Sewing Mnrhlne for yo'ir fall getting,    I
'     i   complete   stool:    of    Singer,
Wheeler ft Wilson. Out pr.tuja are
tb_ lowest, for ra^h or monthly ln-
=tillments, r!^��T�� Jiti-C___. unMl yon
" ' ��� ���--.  '-'--- ind terms
TV" ha?e piano., organs, and ���talking machines and records. Victor,
Bhrllner and Edison, all on easy
term..
For the next ten days w. wlll sen
a talking machine for $1 down and $1
a week.      Popular sheet music.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.Go_.fS$. tailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Dally at 11 p.m. direct
and 1*> a.m. via Victoria.
To  Victoria���Dally at  10 a.m. and
1 p.m.
To   Alaska���Every   Saturday  at 11
p.m.
To Prince Rupert���Kvery Saturday
at 11 pm
To Queen Charlotte Island���Second
and 10th of each month.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Saturday
at 8 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Dally at 2  p.m.
FROM   NEW WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser rtv__ to Chliliwaclc
snd way points���Steamer Beaver
eaves Westminster at 8 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning' leaves Chilliwack at 7 a.m. on
">Sisday,  Thursday  and  Saturday.
*V)r further  particulars call or ad-
jfsSs
ED. GOULET, Ag.nt,
New Westminster.
Or
C.  B. Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B. C
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A   TRUMPET   CALL   FOR   BARGAIN
SEEKERS.
We are offering to
those who are looking for a "genuine''
bargain Glass Water Jugs, any one
of which you find
in our crockery
window,  for  only
which  is   a  very
soft touch on the
contents  of   your
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i'-lifi.). you always need,
and as big prices
are on a vacation
we can offer these
at a reduced rate.
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City News
IS   MOST   OVER   THIS   YEAR
We trust you will
find lt convenient
to rigidly inspect
our line of healing
stoves before you
buy, as we feel positive we can please
you ln price, quality and style.
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Everything for tbe garden at Tidy's
phone 184. "
Another large consignment of fresj
chickens.   P. Burns 4.  Co.       320 tf
Vidal
Square.
_.-   Bacchus.
Phone 475.
Storage.   Market
212-6.
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COLUMBIA STREET.
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost  while   holidaying   use
Muir's Wilcliazel Cream
We also have all kinds of complexion  creams and  skin foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
A good supply of fresh and smoked
flsh; also oysters, at Benson & Ay-
ling,  Begbie  street. 2-1-:!
I'.. C. E. II. city and Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for th... accommodation of the New Westminster people attending the horse races
at Minoru park. Lulu island. Th
last Sapperton car "ill leave the office at 11:30 p.m.. ami the city car at
11:20 p.m. **
New 4-room cottage, modern, oa
Durham sireet, near Fourtii. Price
$1300; $2110 cash, balance $1."> per
month. White. Shiles & Co., 628
Columbia street, city. **
A quantity of work is being done to
tbe lnsil<er.s on the wharf of Gilley
Bros, The heavy quantities of coal
and rock kept in tbe bunkers have |
shown a slight effect on the structure
making it necessary to build additional braces.
Bargain   days    at   P.
Friday  and  Saturday.
Burn.-
&   Co.
220  tf
Why wear other leather when Her-
cules w'ili  w'ear three time-; as long'.' |
Sold only on shoes supplied at W. K-
Sinclair.
Bob    Stevenson's
hoot? amd   shoes    to
thirty days.
whole  stock   of
be sold off in
219-
CALL   AND   SEE   OUR   BIG   STORE
FILLED WITH  LITTLE PRICES.
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 hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra return
trip arriving in the city in the evening. Trips wil] he made to Sieves-
ton  as  the business  warrants. **
For first-class cut flower, and any
kind of Flora! work, tele.hone Davies'
Greenhouse, R2._. '*
Vidal & Bacchus. Customs Brokers.
Market   Stairs.       Phone   4T_.       212-6
A quantity of machinery "ias arr:v-
ed for the use of the Hass<_m Paving
company which will shortly commence |
ithe work of laying pavement on Co-1
lumbla   street.     The    equipment    in- I
ods, this school  is prepared to  lead eludes a 20 ton steam roller  for the
the students placed in Its care by the |quality of the paving depending large
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
business
school
with a knowledge of the latest meth-
PUBIIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
shortest road through the most thor
ough course to a desirable goal. SYSTEM its watchword; PROGRESS its
goal, and HONOR, Us trade mark.
Both  day  and  evening classes are
now being conducted.     Call or write.
A. L.  BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
LAND   REGISTRY"   ACT.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
TRADE
Owner will trad. for good farm land
Improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New Westminster. Splendid view.
Monthly rental $25. Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS
OF COURT BLOCK, VANCOUVER.
Re 14-100 acres of portion of section 21, block 5, nortii range 6, west
Xew  Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 5657F issued in
the name of Island Lodge Xo. 24, I. O.
O. F.. has been filed In this offlce.
Xotice is hereby glvm that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the   city  of  New  Westminster,  issue
a   duplicate    of    he    said    certificate,
unless  in  the  meantime  valid   objection be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,  Xew  Westminster, B. C, September 9, 1909-
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to Monday, the 27th
inst. at 5 p.m. to supply the corpora-
aion with oats, hay, and bran for the
ensuing year.
The lowest or
essarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall,  Xew Westminster,  Sept
21, 1909.
ly on the pressure under which It is i
laid, and an up-to-date cement mixer,   j
Dr. J, D.  Gamble,    optician,    is at ;
625 Columbia Btreet, Room  13, every
Friday. 22U-2. '
Those  Hercules  sole  shoes are  at I
Sinclair's shoe store.      They are ('iB
played  in   his   window.
Close to the new Vancouver cutoff ,
carline, on Tenth avenue, we have ,
several choice lots that we can sell !
for $25 down, balance $lu monthly.
Price $275. White, Shiles _ Co., |
628   Columbia   street,  city **
Wanted,    apprentice to  thoroughly
j learn printing end of newspaper busi-ij
ness.     Apply in own handwriting C. M
A. G., P. O.  Drawer 29, City.
I    Vidal & Bacchus, Customs Brokers i
and  warehousemen, have moved into!
: their new and  commodious    quarters
in     tlie    Thomson    building,   .Market
j Square,  'phone  475. 212-0
The  young  man   who  was  arrested
J by tlie city police on a charge of aiding  and  a.etttng  in   the   uttering of
, forged cheques, was yesterday brought
before  Magistrate  Corbould    in    the
city police court.    The case was lm-
medlately   adjourned   until     Tuesday,
the accused being allowed bail jn his
own recognizances of $500.
lllL FiADE IN SOUTH BEND KA1N UL, *
....      A ��� m    ,.     , . ,     ___-_._.__._, .Y,    f
iJust   Arrived, a   Full
Line   of
Cheap.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
J Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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Security���That Is the factor in a
safety deposit vault. Ours are ahso-
lutely   perfect   in   thls regard.       You
my tender not nec-'lliay 8�� away and leave 5'0Ur valuable
I papers in these vaults with the feeling of perfect security. No injury
can cocae from fire, from floods, from
burglar or any other cause. Isn't '
it worth something to yon to have
that feeling of perfect security? Dominion Trust Co., Ltd., T. R, Pearson, manager Xew West minster
branch,
Buy orchard iamls While 'hey ai'e
cheap and become independent, We
are the official agents of The Western
Home ami Improvemeni Co., Ltd, Lei
Us tell you about their choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite and
fruit district along tin. line of tiv
B. C. Electric Chilliwack lin,. and V.
V. & 1_, Cloverdale to Sumas Hailway
This section excells in the production
of all fruits. Come at once whil_ the
best lands are silling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense.
We  can   sell    five,  ten.    fifteen  ami
HEATING STOVES. ���
I
twenty acre tracts on easy terms     *'
J. Hart & Co.   _
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colombia St.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, vvea
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
Ior ladies and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. m.
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Snaps in Lots
UllJ,-LS.   ?___   e0RNER-! "'NUTE. TO SIXTH ST. CAR
2 LOTS, NEAR MOODY PARK;  $600;  TERMS.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
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Ready for Your Fall Requirements in
Blankets, Bedding, Etc
A subject that's of particular interest to home-lovers, boardine
house keepers, restauranteurs, etc.
New Bedding For Fall.
PREPARED
A   COMPREHENSIVE    SHOWING OF YOUR NEEDS ALONG THIS LINE EMBRACING f_._.
tvtny ART|.
CLE OF GREAT COMFORT.      THERE IS NOT A STORE IN THIS   SECTION   BETTER
TO SUPPLY  YOUR  BEDDING  NEEDS  THAN   WE.       EVERY
li
NECESSARY   BIT   OF   B EDDING���PILLOW CASES, SHEETS,   1
BLANKETS,     COMFORTABLES    AND     LIKE    WANTS  ARE
HERE   IN   A   GREAT  VARIETY.      THEY ARE OF THE BEST
POSSIBLE   QUALITY    AND     HAVE    BEEN     PRICED     IN   A
MANNER   WHICH   ADMITS   OF   NO     DISPUTING   OF     OUR
LEADERSHIP   IN   THESE  LINES.
FALL IS ALMOST HERE. NOW IS THE TIME TO BEGIN PREPARATIONS FOR THE COLD NIGHTS OF WINTER. MAKE SURE OF YOUR SLEEPING COMFORTS BY
BUYING   YOUR   BEDDING  NEEDS AT THIS  STORE.
THE NEW LINENS HAVE ARRIVED, BEAUTIFUL IN
THEIR SNOWY WHITENESS, EVERY ONE OF THEM READY TO GRACE THE FESTIVE BOARD
WITH BEWITCHING CHARM. PRICED TOO IN A MANNER WHICH WILL ENTICE YOU INTO
BUYING   NOW.
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Here arc some prices which explain
our leadership:
50 DOZEN   WOMEN'S
GIRLS'   AND   BOYS'   HOSE,
35c PER PAIR,
3   PAIR   FOR   $1.00
A week end display of
new fall hosiery that indicates a few of the genuine
values in our immense
stock. Note the lines at
this    special    price,  35c,  <n'
3 pair for     $1.0.
Women's        Embroiders d
Black Cashmere Hose in
several colors of stitching;
sizes 8 1-2 to 10 inches.
Women's Heavy Ribbed
Cashmere, wltj douhle heels
and toes in fine or heavy
ribs, sizes S 1-2 to 10 Inches,
Girls' and Boys' Heavy
Cashmere Hose with reinforced knees, toes and heels,
several styles of ribs; sizes
C  to 9  1-2.
Boys' Heavy Worsted
Hose; a fine school ho_e
made from heavy black
worsted; all sizes, 6 1-2 to
10 inches.
Children's Fine Ribbed
Cashmere; a complete range
of size* In fan. cardinal,
cream and black; Several
styleg Including the famous
"Little Darling Hose;" sizes
4 to 6 1-2 Inches.
Women's  Fleece-lined  Cotton  Hose;   also  heavy  plain
cotton   hose;   all   sizes.
See the special table display In the hosiery section:
all one price; 35c, 3 pair
for $1.00
APRON   GINGHAMS
A splendid assortment, of
Arpon Ginghams, extra wide
widths, blue and white
check without border and
stripes aud checks with bordered edge, Prices from
per yard.   .   . .12 1-2C to 25c
A NEW  SHIPMENT OF
WHITE   FLANNELETTES
in all width, and weights,
'id to 36 inches wide. I .-ices
per yard  15c to 30c
BLOUSE   FLANNELETTES
An extraordinary showing
of blouse flannelettes in all
the latest stripe' effects,
plaids, cbecks, polka dois
and figured patterns ^ all
tbe popular shades of blue,
cardinal, brown and paisley
patterns    and    light  stripes.
t0   ' 35c
Wrapper Flannelette; a
new lot of extra heavy flannelette suitable for wrappers In brown, cardinal,
Prices per yard from 12(/2c
navy plaid and striped effects at per yard 35c
NEGLIGEE SHIRTINGS
In neat stripes suitable for
men's and boys' shirts
wide and narrow stripes,
Per yard 2oc to 35c
STRIPED
FLANNELETTES
Xew fall flannelettes suitable for night gowns, pyjamas, etc., wide and narrow
stripes, light an() dark colors; prices per yard 15c
to 25c
Sp.cial ihowing of Blankets and Bedding in house
furnishing   dapartment.
BLANKETS
White wove Blankets, all
sizes from $3.75 up,
A gixul serviceable Blanket, double bed size, in pur'
white; a special at ....$4.00
Others up lo    . . .$9.00
We stock a beautiful solt,
pure wool rilanket with
heavy soft knap in white,
and grey only; sizes 5, li. 7,
8 and 9 poinds; prices are
from $5.50 to $9.50
COMFORTERS
Big line of Comforters
with pretty assorted covers,
sizes 60x72, ..x72 and 72x
78, filled wltj pure white
filling    Prices $1 50 to $5.00
A Special line of Comforters���Celebrated Maish Comforters (American mad.),
with absolutely pure white
filling and very pretty designs. Guaranteed to be as
good as any eiderdown and
about    a    quarter the price.
Prices    $2.00 to  $5.00
Eiderdown Puffs Sateen
and Silk Covered in assorted
colors. Paisley covered extra filled In red $5.00
Others from $5.00 up.
FLANNELETTE   SHEETS
In 10|4, 11; I, 12 4. white and
grey, pink and blue borders
Prices  $1.25,  $1.60  and   $2.00
Flannelette     Sheeting,     68
inches   wide   In   white     and
grey,   per yard    40c
Flannelette Cloth. 72 In,
Wide iti white only, siillahle
for   blankets,  per  yard.$1.00
WINDOW  DRAPERIES
While and cream madras.
.'10 to U0 inches wide, white
48 inches wide pretty conventional design at, per
.vard 40c
Cream, 5t lncheg wide in
stripes, floral and pretty
conventional designs, per
yard 40c, 45c and 50c
Curtain scrims and art
muslins, 10c, 12^/2c 15c and
20c.
Colored madras in pretty
combination of black ground
and red designs, brown and
black, etc., and the dull
pretty shades, 35c, 50c 60c,
75c and   $1.00
72 inch Brussels curtain
net, plain white, per yard
only 35c and 50c
QUILTS
White and colored, In an
sizes
White     Quilts,   honi
from $1.00 up to  $2.50
Crochet  Quills, white, large
size $1.25   up   to    $1.65
Colored Quilt, lr  $1.00 up
to   $2.25
Special   price   ki    guilts at,
each    $1.00
TOWELS
Never before have we bad
Buch value- In towels,
Splendid   Turkish   towels in
both   brown    and  w.ute, at
Special   price,   ear:, 25c
Per pair  50c
Extra      heavy    towels   in
brown ami white   ai h    35c
To hotel and l.i.rdil.
house keepers we offer exceptional values in linen
towels and linens of all k:nds.
Our large stock enables ns
to supply all dem D Is at a
moment's notice.
TABLE   LINEN
72 inch table linen, pure
bleached, small designs; also polka <]<>ts. per yard
only. ... $1.25, $1.75 $2.00
Napkins to match.
66 inch ditto, dltl i, per
yard   ...   ' 75c to $1.15
SNAPS   IN   UNBLEACHED
LINEN
60-in.  wide Regular 65c Y&-,
now    50c
CO-in.  wide Regular 60c >'!i��� ���
now   '*5c
60-in.  wide Regular 50c .V(l"
now       ...  ���������35(;
Table Felts in shades ��r
red, green, blue, black,
white and terra cotta
SHEETING
Large stock of both white
and unbleached vi""1'-'
We cmi recommend all '|R'
sheeting iboughl from ut ��
we carry nothing bui tne
good old reliable kind, >
sheeting from 25c a yard up
PILLOWS.
Both   feather   and,  JJ
and   also   stuffed     w Hi    >''
floss from.... $1-0�� t0 ?J'��
PILLOW SLIPS
Special      value   in   M*
stitched   pillow  slips.    *���_
English    cotton
ind wc
selling
any  time  35c  each;        ^
now for, each  ��� ��� ���  	
Large stock of pWn ��A
med slips and sheets ri_n
In Btock.
W. S. COLLISTER _ CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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