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 riRE
,NSURANCE
.HITE. SHILES & CO
ESTMlNsTEK,   B. C.
LITE
ASSURANCE __
WHITE, SHILES & CO. -
250 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
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Buy race
CENTRE Of INIEREST
Lack of Suitable Candidates Fur Westminster's
Lf Executive Office.
Xi:v>  "ivTMl. _ tkr, h. ('.. SATURDAY   MORNING,  SEPTEMBER 2.,,  Um..
FIVE CENTS PER 0 _:
FINANCIAL CONDITIONS
PROMISE HELL FOR CITY
Debenture   Issu;   Should   Receive   Satisfactory Attention in Money Market���Brokers Interested.
SHIPS Of SEA AND
AIR TO BE IN PARADE
he fii i
Ber,
_l<
i long
bo* i
IIUPpP
tew real-
,. problem
sec-
it   ls
likely  to
tnnounce-
lKll:v announcement
H Keary, maie in the Dally
�����        , mid finally
lUtto" "���   u","y
ioi i.i- presenl u rm In ue-
peculation 1 : :e "
Ip  has
iti thi
io* dllculi
bis succi
Possibility   in   Council,
don   tai ���   ,;"'
Jhreeb In    D   ���       '     >>"'���
kli io pro
frt, ��� Id,    No definite
it can lie expei From the
��'....   . udermen
_.on Fa li            ' "-'ins and
are al]    rei u '��� d -I ���   poss!  111-
', .... probably
\y weaker In the council next
lavor Ki rman -|!U''
Y'_ '    y . the  finance
pee Kould ��lca] suc-
�� but I     ' ��� ������ ��� d   noi   to  bave
Kmbltiaa direction,  Al
io Fadi i ls nol   leBlr-
|p[ continuing with the civic ad-
���.��� noi is little doubt
he do bo, lie would have a
l ��� ���  ��� ng.
lueniiim Graj aa i rei elved the
poll in il)'' past, and is an
fcllent chairman ol hii committee,
feeclrio light, ut as the youngest
Ver of tl ��� ' be may, per
, tie contented    to    wait   a   few
The successful collections of this
year'g taxes during the period tn
which the maximum rebate is given,
and the present financial condition ol
i.ve city have aroused gn-at lnteresi
in financial centres, and a lar.,
amount of complimentary refereuce
to the city is on file from broken and
others interested in the purchase ol
debentures,
The city treasurer, il. P, Latham,
has received a number of communications of this tenor, and the publicity
work lias also had considerable in tl i
ence in attracting attention to the
city. The Monetary Times write- to
tiie secretary of the board of trad, .
Mr. Wade, asking foi- an article on
the trade of the city and district,
and oilier publications _eek Information of a  like character.
On this account it is likely that
when tiie bonds are tendered for next
mouth, the bids ln bulk will be satisfactory, They certainly should si il
above par, as was the case last year
when over 101 was the accepted offer,
lt is not improbable that some further legislation with regard to the
finances of the municipalities may be
projected at the next si ss, u of the
legislature, as the government is collecting a quantity of Information on
the financial stading of the cities and
rural municipalities, and this wil] lie
analyzed  for a report.
Dreadnoughts and Aeroplanes Will Participate in
Hudson-Fulton Celebration
MANY NEW NAMES
VOTERS' LIST
Two Hundred and Seventy
Have Already Been Added
and Still They Come.
DELTA FARMERS UNITE
TO PROTECT OAME
Notice of Incorporation Given In This
Week's   Gazette���$10,000   Stock
to B..   Issued.
New
which
York, Sept. 24.���All the units
"ill compose the magnificent
imarine aad aeronautic spectacles
during the ci lebratlon of the 800th
anniversary of the discovery of the
Hudson river and the 100th anniver-
p."'��� of Kal'..n's first trip up that
river in a Bteamboai were gathered
in and a . :��� New York today with
tie- .ogle exception of on_ of the
" roplanes, And a strange an l wonderful flee: of marine and air <r,i;i
thftv would have nn!" if assembled
in comparison.
The   Little   Half  Moon.
Here  was    the   little    Half   Moon,!
with her lowering poop, stumpy spar.-,
and   strange  rig,  In    which  Hudson
navigated  the    river 300  years ago. I
Applications  are    now    ci uiing   in
fast   io   the    provincial governmenl
agftnt, s. a. Fletchi r. for the pla
of names on  the    provincial   voters'
list.
Already over 270 names have ! :'
added, and there ar,. 23-4 names on
the Usi iti use las year, some ol
whieh jowever, will ... cut off. The
numbers of new names lrom th,. three
'���le. torai district; are a.s folio, v
New Westminster, 14; Dewdney, 49;
_iil Delta, it-.
As the date approaches for the
closing of the list, the flrst Monday
In i ip tober, the names, It Is expected,
will come In with a rush, and the
Indications are thai the Increase this
year will be heavy. Objections to
the names which  are posted at  the
Across the harbor was the reproduc-j government agent's offi.ce have to be
ti.i of the Clermont, capable at the  made before October 2.
lies; of steaming seven miles an hour, I 	
with her uncovered  paddle wheels in! N
striking  llsslmllarity to the great tur
:w
came   in
bine liner  Lusitania, whicl
this morning.
Lying outside Sandy Hook bar,
with three other British warships,
was the rnlendid British battleship
inflexible, one of tlie heaviest-hitting,
ILLUMINATION FOR
COMING EXHIBITION
Columbia   Street Will   Be   Lighted   By
Powerful   Arc  Lamps   in  Place of
Old  Incandescents.
I Citizens' Teinpernnce League.
Jetmi names are popular outsi le
I council   , thosi   of  T.
uiatidale, D  S, Curtis and .1. A.
i aad the   Citizens'  Temperance
ne is not unlikely to hav,., a can-
lie ir, , ing  carried  the
Boa lor alderm ei   last   December
|t rigorous campaign.   Both D. S. I    a new scheme for the Illumination
>_: Geoi  ���    Small   are    men-  of the main street of the city during
Mill, ca lection, each having  the provincial exhibition is to replace
scl          im   in   the  social the oil strings of Incandescent lamps
��stloi      Mi.  Curtig   has   a which have been used heretoiore.
'W 01   civic   service   ami   is      A  gang  of    city    linesirfen   ls   now
��� is men in the city today j stringing  wires to supply  a number
loccupied   the chair. ,,.  very powerful luminous arc lamps,
Water Question a Factor. to   be   suspended   by   galvanized   iron
'                      >''t  to form an  chains over tlie centre of tbe  sireet.
for aldermen,     Combined    with    the    present  arc
[lights,   the   new    system  will   insure
ithe   brilliant    lighting    of   Columbia
street this year.      Tlie new arc ligbis
were secured recently on tbe recommendation  of  the  city  electrician,  P.
Bowler,    alter a    trip    through    the
southern cities.
Arrangements are also being made
for the    lighting    of    the exhibition
grounds,     ;*.id     transformers  for  the
purpose   were  moved   to   the  grounds
; yesterday.
fasti st and most costly of the British
navy.
G'.rman  Cruisers.
Pour German cruisers���the Victoria
Lutse, Hertha, Dresden and Bremen-
representing the navy with which the
I German emperor Is bidding for the
supremacy of the seas, came majestically up the harbor this morning amid
salutes from the battery, which they
returned gun for gun and took their
places in the long column of American. French ad oilier ships already
ai anchor in the Hudson.
infltxible  Draws  Attention.
The   Inflexible,    with    Admiral   Sir
Edward    Hob art    Seymour    In  com-
lContinued   on   Page   Four).
Surveys.
Notice is given in the current issue
ot the ii. C. Gazette to the effect that
the toilowing tracts of timberland
have been surveyed and that the
plans can be Been at ibe ofllce of the
department of lands, Victoria and ol
J. Skinner Vancouver:
Lot 2460, McFadon Bros. & Browne,
T. L. 36,880.
Lot 2736, The lOBeph Chi
& Shingle Manufacturing
T. L. 39,538.
,v Lumber
Co.   Ltd.,
i water qui . tlon will probably
Redetermining factor In the elec-
Ti* '*���:.; -   ��  e party is likely
I*.; the principle  followed  last
'ad confine  Itself  to  returning
���M. ppf thi  i ouncll of 1910.   No
p-'v .  taken until after
CE HYPAT1A.
URES ANNIE BESANT
BOOM   CAUSES   TROUBLE.
To meet the council of the board
of trade the city council will Bit at
7:16 on Monday, when a number ol
matters in connection with the developmem of the city will come under review, particularly with regarl
to the publicity work of tlie city, and
the best way of dealing with tiie
amount voted for advertising work.
The subject of the Rev. C. \V.
Brown's sermon tomorrow evening at
Queen's Avenue church will be
"Moral Reform."
BOAT  OWNERS COMPLAIN.
FOULING   THE   RIVER.
Kir
��'   Theosophists     Discovers
Identity of Two of Thos. of
Her Reincarnation,
|tlei.!ai
eland, u.   gep,
_   A M:      - "
F< Ol the
(���.World.
24.���lntlmau
Besant, preai
1'������������- '    ihical
declai    .   here
" Wei      |1;, ;
I iiv
confided  to them
���-cai ii.n ion oi  Hy-
BJ�� and Giord n0 Bruno
Mrs. Besant has
" ���  Bruno," said -Mrs.
������-'������  ol   the  Cleve-
Soclety,      "She
M. a.,, of her ex-
>'0,
in i'���..
��   ill
1 er adherents that
Iti.
isem,,,,       . ' '   Proofs  ol   her
loaC[,:;,.. ���    the relncarn*
M  ...   ,' wten is that she
lilt.   s', '" throughout  ber
'   avers !li'"    her former
Better twentv .  ' '   ,'rv,'aU''l   t<>
England ,' years l" har'l siudy
'��, ll. !" Indla �� :i" effort
"urine n,    ,
*nt sav.    A' '"' Confnclus, Mrs.
'lVr_\8u.e Lved a* <��*��'<���< ��t
names,     ������ cannot  r,,CiUI
Fishermen   Cause    Contamination    in
Disposal   of  Offal.
Considerable indignation is being
expressed by ciiizms whose daily
avocations keep them in touch with
tl-�� waterfront, that som,. fishermen,
probably foreigners, have .een permitted to throw dead salmon Into the
river at the sireet ends. More es-j
pecially is this noticeable at the
Society of'^'sli'h street landing, where a dozen
today that |decaying lish may be Been, and smelt,'
within a few feet of the ollice of a
prominent local business Arm.
A lew days ago a business man Of
lii-a ciiy walking along Front street
found a man sitting on the bank cut-
tig up humpbacks, keeping small portions and throwing the remainder into the river, i<> lie and decay,
Tne business man took upon himself the duties ol' all Official and
threatened to throw the man Into the
river unless he desisted. However,
there cannoi always be a patriotic
citizen on band to do this duty, and
it is, therefore, up to the millionth
to see that the health of the pu
is not endangered In this manner,
Demonstrates   Wisdom    of    Wid.ning   Suffer From   Lack   of   Accommodation
Swing  of Lulu   lolanu  Bridge. at  Sixth   Street Wharf.
An unusually wide boom of logs j Boat owners, especially fanners
caused some little trouble to the cap-1 and others coming to the provincial
tains of tne tugs Swan and Maagen Imarket On Fridays, continually timl
yesterday when tbey attempted to occasion to complain of tlie male-
bring tlie boom through the old LuluJquacy of the city landing slip at the
island bridge. Tlie first swifter foot of Sixth street The captain of
passei through and the second was the Fruhling has stated that the
jammed in tlie bridge channel. For dredge would be of no use in tins
some tiinc it refused to budge either case, since the suction apparatus
up or down stream. At last It was could not ibe brought close enough to
backed out and had to be takeu out work In ths '.hallow pan.
to tae gulf again anl lo the city by! Those persons who..-, vessels are
the south channel. The incident j caught in the market day crowd of
shows the value of the extra wide; hoats argue that \t is up to the city-
swing on the new bridge across the to clear the nm. at this point. It
Nortii Ann. is also suggested that if the slip were
  placed  along  the  street  end  Instead
Tbe   public   works engineer,   P,   C.  of across the channel, some measure
Gamble,  writes   to   the   secretary   of; of relief would he given,
the  board  of  trade  that  he  has  re-      Yesterday   It   was     impossible   for
ferred  the complaint about  the  Yale   some of the boat owners to remove
the  road  superintendent  for | their craft  from the crush for some
road   to
the district
road
to report.
INCREASE ACCOMMODATION
IN LORD KELVIN SCHOOL
hours*
PRICES OF MILK TAKE
UPWARD TENDENCY
New   Room   Has   Been   Completed  and
Miss   Mabel   Lord   Engaged   as
Teacher.
Milk   Shippers   Fix Charges For  Products During  Winter���Cream Shows
Large  Increase.
Hi
fipp-i
*h" Predicts that she
Threshing Handicapped.
Sirassburg, Sask., Sept. 24���Thresh
hag operations here are greatly ban li
cupped  by   a lack  of  men and    ma.
chines     There is room here tor
linen und  two or  three  machines.
BO
The  last   vacant   room   in   the  new
Lord Kelvin Bchool    has    be in com
pleted and will be opened on October and cream Shippers'
1st, Tuesdaj next.     .Miss Mabel Lord cupied the chair at a
has  bei o engaged  to  take  the  new
class.
The school accommodation, even
with the addition, will still be Inadequate to meet requirements, and H
will not be long according to the
Statements of the trustees before
some action will have to be again
taken  to extend  the schools.
A feature of the congestion in
schools Is the  large  number of
Cong
ress
Will Soon Be Held
Ne.
Austria
I
'._ ""<"�� ��h to .,_, held In the
opted .1.,
>uveco��lBJ'^^ofthe
110 ^srauonl. of lhe ^tional Civ-
">u.!it
, .Unci
I ers ,��� .'': ��t' talked
Hit.   th
I P��. unl1?.', ,b      '    news of this
,   "Slit.    Th,."""   U1U"-V   iHJf
bv . s todustriai ���    Bu^esthm of a
So^^C^r^^tnale
ij, ��� M    several   months
aSl6>' <*v. pp���,    ,
',"  ' 'is l>ave,l the
" Ul'' subject In
fSS II' deration ,,
fcia.i. v   Y.y N�����mber is
men i
v !' 'w _
^'i-li.   *"'
"The
6d|'l Mr
sa>s ,
work
the
kindergarten scholars applying for admission, more particularly in West
fc*id. At the Lord Kelvin school
there are at present no fewer than
60 children under seven years of age.
Blmll make  by .Mr. U
a full report of my findings i*'1 '""^
that the  federation shall  get behind
the project and arrange tho congress.
I -in confident 'hat all the Industrial
nations   will   Join   enthusiastically   in
the movement, and that lt Is possible
to bring together the world's most expert labor nnd Industrial statisticians.
As the most. Interesting    subject,    it
would  be   most   proper  for  the  con- ]
Kress to propose some practical means I
for bringing about a uniform scale ol,
hours of work, If not of wages."
Samuel  (lumpers,  sal 1   Mr.   Lasley.
Is having a   remarkably   successful.
tour in Europe, also that Briand, ������'���������������
new prime minister or France, recently used ID an Important speech uiuca :
material thai hail been furnished him
ompers,
Tolstoi Visits Moscow.
Moscow, Sept. 21���Count Leo Tolstoi, who celebrate! his 81_t blrthdaj
last week came Into Moseoyv yestei
dav for the first time hi several years,
He spent the night In his MOSCOW
resilience and left today for a nearb>
town to visit his friend, M. Pashkoff,
tbe leader of the religious movenutit
among the better classes, which resembles Tolstoism. The count appeared to be la vigorous health.
A meeting of Union Mnsonlc lodge,
No. 9 has been called for 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon at tho lodge
room in the Pythian block. The
meeting ls called for the purpose oi
ig the last rites to the memory
of "the late C. M. Averill, who was
a lumber of the lodge. Members ��'
slstfi- lodges aad visiting members ot
Ci. order are Invited to attend.
Tlie William Hunter Company ^ho
hive leaned the large double store ln
the new Thompson block, will open
i,ie Btore on Tuesday next with a full
line of dry goods, boots and shoes.
For some weeks the preparations
have be��n under way and now the
greater part of the stock has been
obtained, and _ full staff engaged,
which Is now arranging the goods as
they arrive.
The tugs Dauntless and Faultless
arrived yesterday with booms of logs
for tbe Fraser River Sawmills, from
the company'3 limits <*i the coast.
The Dunsmuir brought a boom of
shingle bolts.
Mrs. F. Shute leaves today for the
east.      She    will    visit   her parents
, while away.
Among tae notices of newly Incorporated companies in tn s week s
issue of the B, C Gazette appears one
for  the  Delta  Fanners'  Gain,   Protec-        l,u'
live Association, brace
Tin., objects Of ibis new body as South
sei forth in ihe articles of incorpora- cupied
tion an- the preserving ol game in
the previa, e oi BrltlBh Columbia the
protection of propei ty, the prevention
of all kind? ol trespass, the prevention of the pursuit of game by unlicensed   persons,   ibe  limiting of    the
pursuit   Of   gaoe,   and   the   regulation
of the same snd of all kinds of sporl
within the municipality of Helta, i,>
the l_3ulng of permits regulating the
number of birds to be shot, ihe lm
position anl collecting of fees, and
ihe enforcing of game la us In the
province of  liritish  Columbia:
Also  to organize   farmers'  assocla-1ever
tions and societies of every nature tor
Boclal, provident    or   other purposes
affecting the Interests of farmers:
Tin' company is incorporated for
$10,000, Uie stock being divided Into
one   thousand   shares   of $ln   each.
WATER SYSTEM   ^
'���
TO COST $50.;J0O
Engineers Submit Report to
Burnaby Council-To Pipe
to Central Park.
proposed water system, to eh.
the municipalities of Burnaby,
Vancouver and Point Grey, oc-
ihe attention of the councillors
of the  Burnaby
which   was  helj
inula--
the
Boy Starts Flre.
Portage la Prairie, Man.. Sept. 24.���
While playing with matches yesterday the young son of Taomas Cum-
inings of tiie wesi end. started a fire
which destroyed a stable and caused
a  loss of over $200,
BRANCH PROJECTED IN
WESTMINSTER SHORTLT
Vancouver   Financial    Corporation
Open   Here���E.   N   .Sutherland
Slated as  Manager.
K.  N. Sutherland, of the Bank of
Montreal (.taff, will be placed In
charge of a branch Of the Vancouver
Financial Corporation, Ltd., which
will be op.ned in this city probably
in the Hall-Lavcry hlock, at
dutJ.
Mr. Sutherland, who is paying teller
at the bai'1-". has been in the employment of th. Bank of Montreal for tbe
past eight years. He is well known In
social cire'es, and IY advance will
be very popular.
The financial corporation which is
recognizing the growth of New Westminster by seeking a location here,
Is one of the growing financial institutions of the province., and considerable business is assured ii from the
commencement of ihe business here.
at the meeting
nlclpal council,
evening.
Engineers   R.'port.
The matter was brought before
attention of the council by a  reiHiri
sui,mil nd   by  Clevi land   _   Dutcher,
the   Vancouver  engineers   who   have
een   working  on Hie matter.    When
iii" engineers  commenced to  gather
del ails as lo the eosi and working of
the  plan,  the  municipality  of Richmond  waa Included within the scope
of   the Bcheme.     since    then, bow-
Richmond   haa   decided  tii  join
with the city of New Westminster in
securing water from Coquitlam  lake
and   has  withdrawn  from  the concert
of  municipalities.
In the repori submitted by Cleveland and Dutcher to the Burnaby
council last even'ng the cosl of piping the water trom Seymour creek,
where t.ie four municipalities have a
record Of 800 mi net's' inches, was
calculated at $600,000, It is proposed to briii�� the water for Burnaby,
from the creek to Central Park by
means of large mains, and to distribute it throughout the municipality
from that point,
The whole matter wa. laid over
for consideration by a special committee appointed   by  the  council.
The   New   Car  Line.
It had been expected that representatives of the British Columbia
Electri'- Hailway Company would
have been present at last evening's
meeting for the purpose of settling
the tinal details as to the route of
the proposed Burnaby lake extension
of the system. At the last moment
it was found Impossible for any representative of the company to be
present and consequently no advance
In the matter was made. It is, bow-
ever, almost certain that Uie line
will run to the south of ihe lake, and
in early that it will connect with tlie present
lines of ^he company at Central Park
and at Sapperton,
lu the course of the meeting Reeve
Byrne and Councillors Amo.s and
Cliff were appointed as representatives of Burnaby at the coming meeting of the Union of British Columbia
Municipalities which will take place
In Nortii Vancouver on November 11.
to
No Pardon for Slave Herder.
Washington. Sept. _ I.���President
Taft lias denied a pardon to John P.
Powers, former superintendent of
construction of the Soutli _ Western
Railroad, who was convicted in
Statesville, N. ('.. of peonage and
charge! in the official papers with indicting almost inconceivably brutal
punishment on a negro employee.
Powers was sentenced W fifteen
months' Imprisonment,
PRORATION LEADERS
ASSEMBLE IN CHICAGO
Affair   in
tieth
Observance of  Party's  For-
Anniversary  Tantamount
to Convention.
Tlie St. Barnabas' Company of the
Boys' Brigade, connected with St.
Barnabas' Anglican church, lias secured permission from Colonel Peters, district officer commanding in
this militia district, to use the drill
hall on Friday nights for drill purposes and on iwo afternoons each
week  for gallery  rille range practice,
Thomas Forester, of (Ben Valley.
president of the Lower Mainland Milk
Association, OC
meel ing Of the
association held yesterday iu thv
board Of trade room, when it was decided to make the prices In Vancou- j
ver to the shipper 'i~\-,i- lor milk per |
gallon, and $1.30 per gallon for -.'<
per cenl. cream. The increase is
.'.ji- per gallon on nulk and 30 cents
ui cream over existing prices.
The meeting approved of tlie principle of hi-inrtaitbly payments to the
shippers from tho wholesalers, In an
effori to protect them lrom the financial failures of the> past. The price
of milk will be tm cents per quart to
lhe oOUIUmer during the winter, this
figure continuing to May 1, 1910.
Iron gaspipes are living laid on the
south side of Columbia streei replacing tlie old wooden pipes. The work
is being done bj the New Westminster t'.p's Compan* in antlclpatior of
tina immediate paving of the street.
The street now presents a very busy
appearance, with the gas workers
ami the sewer layers, both at
excavating,
won
Chicago, Sept. 24.���The first policy
of the Prohibition party In the national campaign of 1911 and possibly
the presidential candidate will be
1 tentatively determined today by tho
semes of party leader; who are In
Chicago to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the founding of the
party in the Hotel La Siillo, which is
buili on the site of Farewell hall. In
which the party was organized in
11869. Notable members of the party, including former candidates for
the presidency, are in attendance, and
it is asserted that tiie assemblage
will be tantamount to a national convention in point Of attendance of men
who direct  tlie affairs of the parly.
It is said that a movemenl Is cn
foot to have adopied a rough draft
of a 1912 platform, which would deal
with current conditions politically,
tarifl and oilier l.eiigs as Well as tbe
basic principle of abolishing the legalized liquor traffic,
Fire Utterly Destroys Plant
of Huntting Lumber Co.
What was left by the big flre of
August last of the plant of the Hunt-
tiig Lumber Company on False creek,
Vancouver, was utterly destroyed last
evening,
properties, which for a time were ln
serious danger. Volumes of sparks
were vomited forth by the blazing
buildings, but fortunately the night
was calm, and although several small
fires were started on adjoining roofs
The Are Btarted in the dry kiln and j they were put out, and the damage
waB not observed until the flames had confined to the one plant,
a firm hold on the inflammable mate
rial with which the building was
crammed. The flre teams turned
out promptly once the alarm had
been given, but by the time they arrived on the scene the flames had
Bpread from the dry kiln to the plan-
Ins and shingle mills, the only other
building left by last August's blaze.
The dry kiln was plainly beyend
hope when the teams arrived, and the
efforts of the force were turned to
saving aa much as possible of tie
planing and shingle mills. It proved
an impossible task, however. Despite the best efforts of the firemen
the flames Bpread till they enwrapped
The destruction of the dry kiln,
shingle mill and planing mill was
complete. The flames were not
quenched until close on midnight,
and all night the ruins were smouldering. Nothing is left of the three
buildings but a mass of charred
beams and tVisted Ironwork.
The loss Is stated to be about
$75,000, with only very small insurance. This, ln conjunction with the
loss sustained by the August flre,
which amounted to about $100,000,
with practically no insurance, will
mean a very heavy Wow to the company.
No statement wai given out by the
the two remaining buildings, and the management last night, but It is re-
fuenien were forced to turn their at- garded as rery Improbable that the
teutlon to the saving of the adjoining company will rebuild.
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PAGE TWO
THE  DAILY  NEWS-
SATURDAY.
SEpTEMBE|.
WANTED.
FOR
SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL, ETC.
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
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 hive been
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The Daily News
You must >ell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you
long time  in  business everyone must of n cessity   know  all  about u^ ^^
nd  keep abreast of the timet. s and ��Uf
WANTED.
WANTED���A    WAITRESS.     APPLY
Kenny's Restaurant.
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE ROOM
cottage furnished, near Lord Kelvin school. Apply 721  Princess  St.
WANTED���TO RENT, A FUR-
nished   bouse.    Apply   News   0111111-.
WAITED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boys in B.C. Cigar Factory at once.
WANTED���JANITOR  KOR  SAPPER-
ton school. Monthly salary $20. Applications received till noon of 27th
inst.      Robert   Lennie,  secretary.
213-11.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO      RENT���FURNISHED    ROOMS.
205 Carnarvon street. 21. ti
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply  tills office.
WANTED ��� MILLINERY APPREN-
tices at once. Apply Gordon's Dry
Goods store. 216-3
WANTED ��� FURNISHED ROOM
and ibreakfast by young man. Central location. Address "H," this
offlce. 216-tf
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT^SEVE?TROO^r"llOl,Sl��;
one acre of land, on Queen's avenue and Eleventh street. Rent
twenty dollars. Modern. Apply
to Mr. Brown at Gas Works. 212-4
"HOUSI.;
Apply
TO   RENT���THREE  SUITE   ROOMS
for rent, suitable for small family.
Apply on premises Hall & Lavery
block. 217-3
TO. IU.NT���01 IMPORTABLE. Kl'It-
nisheil bedrooms, reasonable terms.
828 Royal avenue. 20U-14
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT
R. T. PRINCK���AUDITOR AND AC
countant (successor to C. Hamher).
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
bly block   P. 0. box 705.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Pood
Supj.lv Groevry, P. O. Box 811.
TO LET ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room, "01 Agnos street, near Carnegie Library, 207tf.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Trew
street.
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-
���  ive.vor.      Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  _  CO.
Real   Estate  and  Insurance Agents-
City,  farm   and   suuurban   property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., HEAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 1.6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS.  J. A.   STANDISH,  AN  EXPER-
lenced   and   first-class     dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
In   Room  14,  Smith  hlock,  625   Co-:
lumbla street.    A trial requested.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING DP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. Tiie Fashion Stall les.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin,   Mus.  Bac,    city.      A Unn
will bring hlm.
SECONDHAND STORE
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S       PICTURE       POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Ganion s 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stor,.
and "The Fair," Columbia street.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
MACHINE   WORKS.
PHE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager. P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
MONEY TO LOAN
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dvers 315 Columbia street,
phone R27S. Tlie place where the MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRIv
dirt and dust Is removed from the I pared to advance money to any
(il,rP���nol pressed In. Goods called amount on city property or for
for and delivered. building purposes.  Apply Dr.  A. D.
Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS
tvrs ami solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, ll.
L. Edmonds,
WE   BU.
and  all   kinds
hand goods.
office.
"TV4*A
'��� FURNiTm
'������ new ami S,C0J
A Speck, near Tr,
STENOGRAPHY    &   t
YPEWRitJ
FREEMAN    BUNTING,   uomt
QQlch0�� P. 0. Ho,Vm.
WADE, WHEALLER & MoQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver Offices,
Rooms   20   and   21.   William.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY      .
Typewriting ff0rk ,  A'J
lumbla   tre        Phone J2
THEATRES.
TO   RENT���SEVEN-ROOM
with bath,  $12 per month
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
WANTED^TO RENT A COTTA(.l.
for man and wife, no children;
furnished or unfurnished, with
chicken house. Apply by letter to
"D," this offlce.     	
WANTED���TO RBNT, 5 OR 6 ROOM
Strictlv modern cottage in good location. C. J. Culter, P. O. Box
1003. 214-2
LOST.
i__ST^^SMTBR06cH^BETW^J
the Penitentiary and Agnes street,
on Thursday evening. Finder please
return to News office.
LOST���AN 'ENGLISH "SETTER DluT |
black and white. Answers to name
"Duke." Fndier please return to
P. W. Runacres, 711 Queens Ave.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan,  744  Columbia Btreet.
REAL  ESTATE.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., ls located for
the present at the office of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT-
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street,  New Westminster.
Nc.SERY.
I THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit treer, phone 445.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
! PAPER   HANGING  4.  DECORATING.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house paintiun, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New   Westminster.
ing,
413  Granville  strvt,  corner  of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C
CRYSTAL   TII ,.2 C0Mj
'bia    Btreet, ,.,_,,   ,,,jV|
pictures;   ill i songi ml
ous attraction ��� i :r,i-.,aJ
Monday. Wed and i'nday.]
MUd-1,	
THE EDISi >N 1 H the,
Columbia  and  - Ightk, I
moving pli tun : . istra i    1
Program changed Monday, Weal
day and Friday,
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. OW
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth Btreet.
TAILORS.
CALVIN. LA HIES    .ND MEN'S!
loring.      A new   lino   0f fall I
ing just In.     Button malting, p|
ing and repairing,    Room 9, Si
block.    Entrances 625 ColutnblJ
and 361 Clarkson ...   Phon* R5|
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAKE
Tickets, 21 meals for J4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAKE   (Mrs.  Archer, proprietress).      Four courses, consisting of J
soup,   flsh.   boiled   entree  or   roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
!
WOODWORKING.
[WESTMINSTER \V00D\Y.K_l
Co., bank, office and store .mi
cabinet, stair, showcases, mail
and detail work, lieslpns and (
mates furnished J brookei
prletor. Work ; Corner El- vd
and car line. P 0, box 261, -I
473.
Just Eighteen More
Days
and vve 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"
THE HUB
H. ROBERTSOM, Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal   Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
.V'tnstrong.        Among     those     noticoi
were:     Mrs.   \Y.   ,J.   Johnston,     Mrs.
Harvey    Johnston,    Mrs.    R.   T    F.
Granger,   (Vancouver),    Mrs.    James
Scott,   (Vancouver);     Mr..   Lumsden,1
(Vancouver);     Mrs.     Weart.     (West
Burnaby);  Mrs. Thomas Scouler, Mrs.
Forrester,   Mrs.   Lamb,   MrS.   William
Wolfendtiii,  Mrs.  Corbould,  Mrs.   Cot-'
ton,  Mr/. Seymour,   Mrs.  Albert   Hill,!
Mrs.  C.  E.   Lewis, Mrs.  McGill,  Mrs. j
L.  A.   Lewis,  Mrs.   Thompson      Mrs. i
Reid, Mrs. J.   B.  Kennedy, Miss Kennedy,   Mrs.   McKenzie,     Mrs   Leamy,
Mrs.   W.   J.   Armstrong,    Miss  Armstrong,   Mrs.   James   Kennedy,     Mrs.
Herring,   Miss   Herring,    Mrs.    J.   S.
Clute, Mrs. T. R. Pearson, Mrs. J. A.
Lee, Airs.   F.   R.   Pearson,   Mrs.   D
Angus McColl, Mr. Lindsay. Mr. Par-
nell Keary, Mr. Laurie Johnston, Mr.
N. O'Brien, Mr. Sutherland, Mr, D.
Tuck, Mr. Sperry. Mr. Ardagh (Vanoouver), Mi. Belyea (Vancouver),
Mr. McBain (Vancouver), Mr. G. Bllodeau, Mr. W. Rlckman, Mr. Smith,
Mr. L. J. Ladner, Mr. A. Leamy,
Mr. Hubert Leamy, Mr. W. Martin,
Mr. Dick Baker, Mr. F. Major, Mr.
F. Pearson. Mr. G. Martin, Mr. O,
Peele and Mr. Dauphlnee.
Mrs. J. Leslie Duncan (nee Thoin-
ber* will receive for the first time
since her marriage, on Wednesday,
September 29, at her residence, 1854
Keefer street. Vancouver, and ihere-
.    ,      ,,      ,     ,.,      , . , ..       after on the first Wednesday of each
S. Curtis. Mrs. R. Eden Walken, Mrs. ��� month.
E.  A.  Greanie, Mrs. John McKenzie,! *    ��    *
Mrs A Charleson, Miss McColl. Mrs. i Mrs j. LesIie Dlincan iind her Bls.
S. A. fletcher. Mrs. R. j. Rlokman, ter. Mis3 v Thornber returned borne
Miss Homer, Mrs. H. J. A. Burnett, '0n Mon lav of the present week after
Mrs.   George Wolfenlen.  Mrs.   J.   J   'spending a fortnight at the St. Alice
T0n^8,J^_? Jon,?s' ^S��hil_1,p3' Mrs'   Hotel,  Harrison Hot Springs.
J. E. Phillip?;, Mrs. T. Wardlaw Taylor,   Mrs.   Joseph   Henley,   Mrs.   H.
iF. J.  Hart, Mr. J.  J. Jones, Mr  H
J. A Burnett, Mr. T H. Kirk, Mr. H.
Disney, Mr. R.  T.  Prince, Mr. Frank C
Mr. J. R. Agar and family have returned from their summer home at
Burnaby lake.
��� ���   *
Mrs. R. T. F. Granger, of Vancouver, was visiting friends in the city
on  Thursday.
��� ��    ���
Mrs. F. Stanley-Spain was the guest
of friends in the city during the week.
��� ���   ���
Mr. and Mrs. C. Roland Sergeant-
son,  of Victoria, were the guests of
Mlss Eastman on Monday.
��� ���    ���
Mr. J. Brown, of Nelson, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Brown.
H.
Gardiner. Mr.
Henry Morey.
F.   Saunders and Mr.
Vidal,   Mrs.   Drew,   Mrs.   Dauphlnee,
Mlss Dauphinee, Mlss Clarkson, Mrs.
jSivewright, Mrs. A.  M.  Malins, Mrs.
McDcnald, Mrs. G. E. Allan, Mrs.
A very pleasant evening was spent
last Wednesday in Vancouver when
the children and grandchildren of Mr.
G. F. Welsh met together after a sep-
araticn of many years. The gathering
was in honor of Mr. Welsh's daughter, Mrs. A. Wooldrldge, who with
her husband recently arrived from
England. Mr. Welsh is seventy-fivo
years of age and many of his children and grand children he has not Been
for many years, although altogether
tbey number about forty. Among the
daughters a>e Mrs. II. C. Major, .Mrs.
H. R. Paterson, Mrs, J. H. Williams,
(Vancouver), and Mrs. A. Wooldrlige.
_,..., ,    Mrs'  T-  s- Annandale and her lit-
Watson is the guest of tie daughter have relumed from t.ioir
L.   Briggs,    Holly   Mount," summer home at Blackie Spit.
Mrs. C
Mrs. T.
Royal  avenue,
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Frank Shute left this week on
a visit to her home in Fredericton,
New Brunswick.
��� *   ���
Miss Ladner, of Vancouver, is tlie
guest of Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, Sixth
street.
��� ��   *
Miss Lumsden, of Vancouver, is the
guest of Mlss Clute, Sixth avenue.
��   ���   ��
Miss May Richmond and Miss Dorothy Herald, of Vancouver, were visiting in the city this week.
*    *    *
The many friends of Mr. Walter G.
Miss Granger and Miss Ella Granger were visiting in the city during
the week,
��� ���   ���
Miss Winnie Hill, wh0 has been the
gMst of Mis3 Annandale for the past
few weeks, returned t0 her home In
Burnaby today.
��� *   ���
Mlss Pine has arrived from England
on a visit to her si3ter, Mrs, T. S.
Annandale, Fourth street.
��� e   e
Mrs. J. Cunningham Brown was the
hostess at a very delightful tea given
to introduce her daughters the Misses
Eleanor ani Gertrude    Th
Gaynor, Mrs. A. Harold Gordon, Mrs
C. Lord, Mrs. George Cassidy. Mrs.
Cameron, (Vancouver); Mrs. Whiteside, (Vancouver); Mrs. Frank Doekrill (Vancouver); Mrs. T. J. Trapp,
Mrs. G. O. M, Doekrill, Mrs. H. L.
Webber, Mrs. M. Sinclair, Mrs. Pos-
till, Miss Rowan, Mrs. Gordon Henderson, Mrs. J. S. Thompson, (Vancouver), and  many others.
��� ���   ���
Miss Vera Gilley and Miss Etaeyln
Trap]) left tn Thursday's east-bound
train to attend McGill university,
Montreal. They will enter Royal
Victoria college and will take a
course in arts. These young ladles
are very popular in this City and
many of their friends were at the
station to bid them good-bye and to
wish them success in their studies.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. J. Cunningham Brown was the
hostess at a very jolly danco given on
Thursday evening in honor of her
daughters the Misses Eleanor and
Gertrude. Harper's orchestra supplied tlie splendid music and dancing
was kept up until a late hour. Among
those who tnjoyed the evening were:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stilwell Culte Mrs.
Stephen J. Thompson, (Vuncouver);
Mr and Mrs. Henry L Edmonds, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Bruce Corbould Mrs.
Yuengling, Dr. anl Mrs. J. Harold
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Latham,
Mrs. McColl, Mrs. J. R, Grant Mrs.
T. R. Pearson, Mr. and Mrs G W
McQuarrie, Mrs. j. C. Lee. Mrs Siv-
eridge,  Mr.     and  Mrs.   C.' P    Moss
Mrs.   R.  A.  Barber    of    Liverpool,
EnglanJ   is visiting her parents, Mr.
and   Mrs.    George    Cassidy,  at   their
residence on Blackwood street.
���   ���   ���
The marriage Is announced of Ruth
Eleanor Cassidy, third daughter of
Mr. ind Mr.. George Cassidy, of this
city, and George Devlne, of London,
Qngland.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds within tbe railway b.lt in British Colum
bia, may be liomeSteaded by any person who is the sole Head of a tainii.v
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section ol
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offlce for the district
in which the land Is siluaie. Entry
by pioxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the tather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of un intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to perform tli^ 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 yeans.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father is decasied), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land ent .red for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his perman.nt
residence upon farming land ow_-d
by him ln the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be sat!e__d by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice ln writing should
the commissioner of Do-
S. S. TRANSFI
The   steamer  Transrer   whl 1
Brackman-Ker wharf every we
afternoon at 3 p.v   for Uiln*r fl
ham   Island  and   way ports, returr
to    New    Westminster  on folic
day.   Saturday,   ri '      lng Bame
ing.
Additional    trip   Monday  morij
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.1
Trips will be made to SterWtof
business   warrants.
This schedule   subject   to cli^
without notice.
For freight and passenger rated
ply lo ROBERT JARDINBJ
ManagS
m
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered    safe    for    vehicular be Blven tn
traffic,  and  the public  generally  are|mlnlon  lands al  Ottawa of Intention
cautioned against    hauling loads  of '" """'" ' ""*
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do ao after
this notice must take ail the risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
tins sa18"that h_=^?^ "** mu
Bank of Montreal
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-on.
years at an annual rental of jl per
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
ehall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate ot
flve 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.
Canadian Pacil
Railway Coj
Three Trains Dai
WITH       FIRST-CLASS     PUUji
TOURIST   AND  DINING CAK j
Imperial Limited leave, at . 9:toi
Atlantic   Express   leav-'s ��* .
St. Paul Express at ��������������9
For reservations and otber mi�� .
Uon ���T
C B. FOSTER. I'-- (;0, ''bA.
G. P. A.. Vancouver.     C.P.K-   " |
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL .
RESERVE
..114,400,000.00
��� . 11,000,000.00
Ths Rev. C. J. Leonard, who fs in'tlfully   decorated
(dainty in exquisite dresses of" cream JL-amyT MisiT Corbould'   Ml__ Clair
eolienpe    The rooms were very beau- Corbould,  Mis3  Vera   Corbould   Mlss
charge  of  Holy   Trinity   church  "frteS-^Tt^
ing the absence of the Rev. A. SMI- was  beautifully decorated  With   pink Miss MWit   Mi__T_ms_._, ''v       n'
drick   wag the  host  at a  social  eve-"and   white  sweet-peas,   was  presided Sr)" mS_ Ladner (CncS ,    "v2_
ning in his rooms last evening to the over by Mrs. T. L. Briggs Mrs Hugh Herald   rVaacouver^Tmib? _?_?_       h
male members of ta. congregation. A Gordon. Mrs.  McColl, and Mrs    J   Cl\ (Vancouver?    \ iss    I    loo ,      'T^
very  pleasant musical  evening    was Armstrong, assisted  by    Mis ^Naom '_tr.ng   S' Dre^   Mi _______ til
_mn__rt"��M.   Tt   _h��  TT  ^ Briggs, Miss. Doris Clute. Miss Luins- in_e Vss * Josephine" mIII^
ent were: Mr. T.  S. Annandale, Mr.   den,   Mlss  Lewis  and   Miss   Lillooet clute,   Miss  Kear.
Miss   L"\vis,   Mr.,
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, Eng-
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. 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���Depoglts
received in sums of $1 nnd upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Trtta'. Assets over $168,000,OO..UO.
HBW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G- D BRYMNER. Manager.
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pioneer Limited,"    St. Paul  to
Chicago, "Short   Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains in  the service  on    any
railroad  In  the  world that  equal   in
equipment  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.  Paul Railway.      They
own  and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons  an  excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Ald��r. Portland. Or
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE      DAILY NEW
743
FRONT STREET
is the place to buy or sell "p*
second-hand goods of any i>'"u'
have nearly
100 DOZE. JELLY
which we nre offering for 40c P"
They are new. .    . c
We also have a splendid ""*
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds anj
Animals
for sal* at a bargain. .,
We can't begin to t >' wanJ
have, but no matter what 5��" ]
come here first. .
Alex. Spec*
SECOND - HAND   STORt
Columbia St.     "Manion^_v      J
Westminster
Transfer O
(.fflce 'Phone 1��-     Barn ���F��>��<"> "
Columbia Street.
"ZtZZsE?  ,
UghtandHeavyHauW
OFFICE���TRAM B��r ��TU
RDAY.
5EpTEMB_R  ft   1909-
THE DAILY 2TEW3
PAGE THREE.
Co
is
For the Following Reasons:
1st   We have an Alaskan market for our oil at
fabulous prices.
2nd We are erecting- our own refinery.
3rd We have a lease on a producing oil well.
4th We own 800 acres of choice oil lands.
5th Our officers receive no salary.
Gth    Our officers receive no commission on stock
sold.
7th 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.
(Artists' Materials
[Architects' Supplies
MUTILATED A CORPSE
TO SECURE EVIDENCE
MARKET
REPORT
i
Frank   Anthon,   Father-in-Law,   Taken
to   Orangeville   and   Will   Face
That   Charge.
The market yesterday wag au improvement <>n thai of last week, ami
from now on it is expected that It
will become busier with each week.
1 .ss work on the farms makes it
CARDINAL'S HAT
FOR MOR. FALCONIO
Toronto,   Sept.   24���The   action
AT
MOREY'S
BIG  BOOK   STORE.
616  Columbia   Street.
3K��*a_r>tp__t
Apostolic   L.gate   in  Washington   Will
Be   Honored at  the   Next  Consistory.
Wd Trunk  Ry,
Menl Train Service Betweei
ft.     a
action   of possible  fi r Ue farmers to come to
5?_ss___a. tflSftfss ^lY'IYIZ
angvvillo authorities, T,1        , YY    ,._es    cleared out-   .	
iw_szja^^��;��S-s��_s
ed over to County Constable  Hughes aud a ';  ".     "    satisfactory  to  all
of Orangeville.    The officer took ms lands  at   price-    s.m.i.i      .
.prisoner back la.i evening. VYAA i_ ���n  limp,  was  very plenti
1,   i8  alleged   Anthony   wanted   the      Meat a all .taes*aj w?  l   ^
Sfi :.la_:X. "W W��.. Gra.   ___ _   ami _o    difficulty   was  experl
Rome, Sept. 2i.���It is considered
verj- probable that Cardinal's hat
will b_ granted Mgr. _ aleonio at tiie
tolic legate In Washington, at the
next consistory, whieli will sit in January,
it was also reported thai Mgr. Av-
esa, apostolic legate In the Philippines
will  probably succeed  Mgr. Faieonio
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
by fracturing bis skull.
"disposing of all brought in
unchanged from recetti Quo-
in   $1.60   and   wer,.   sufficient   tor   all
requirements,
Apples   were   not  plentiful   but   tiie
smk generally  was an Improvement
:cago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
loi*real, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
English Watchmaker
face
ausiness centers of
iEC and the MARI-
"OVINCES
fe*e Principal*
m^f QUEB
TIME I'll
feffiSl0!NEW Y0RK and
m" rabl<��. etc.. address
GE0. W. VAL.X.
Wrtant Gen'l Do
*tent. ik A-   ass_nKer ana Ticket
1(0 Adams St.. ChicRRo. 111.
ite Pass
.^Yukon Route
Cold Watc'nes for Laill. s from $12 f*5
Silver' Watches,    gents    open
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty
eiicid in	
;    .     ...w.ivinir,. 1   li'oni   leetui   n_w- i a.uun   sv, .v.......    ��_B   ���.   ���_
_' _. _ 8   Mutton and   amb were for .���   that   whieh  has  been  ottered re-
,a        '  i,i. .      i-ii  in-    lun the de- cently.     tn consequence there was a
W,1�� ,"'r m_'t     ee.u.1 u  the sup much  better   demand    and   all   firs
"lUW    ,,        i      Veal was read.p. made    in.ii.    sold    readily    at goo.
Y :"ul, 5  _i   "thomrh more was in prices.     Gravensteins are now com-
'UTAt A .    ,sua h  .he ease. Then lng In, a large number of boxes being]
slS \, :   v ol   ml   tor   oil renu.p- l,iv"ight io markel   by  MarUn Kueka
was   plcn.     Of       ok vVhOn��OCk.  These  were  sold  quick-
ments and the p rtc enui . ^^ (q ?1 _0 fl luix
quotations  ol   '',M. ''., entil'ui  as t_ey  Plums and  prunes  were  plentiful  but
Eg-s werejno-M* ^^"ruii   how-!mere  was  no  demand   for this fruit
except   that    whieh    was    absolutely
  L
EXHIBITION
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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case, have heen recently. The call, however, shows no signs ol abating, still
Elgin1 remaining strong. lu consequence
the high figure set lust week, 42c per
dozen wholesale, held firm, and Seli-
:era> uiy anticipating a still further
rise. Butter remained unchanged at
Ithe figure set last week, 30c retail
'and _.c wholesale.
Fowl of  all   kinds  were   plentiful
"       *.'    ��'"-  murke
clean amd firm.
Official   Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb...8c to 9c
Beef, forequarters, per lb ... 5c to 6c
laiimb 14 to 16
Mutton lie to 12c
Veal, large 9c to 10c
medium lie to 11%
F. CRAKE 	
BUa_-ir.  nf  all   kinds  were   plentuui, lyeal, memum        ._
Two doore hom   Co. Adam.. Grocer     .owl  oi of    ^  market   ,,ork   medium, per lb ..   ..lie to 12c
   Sdtag    particularly    lively.      Fow   Egg3> wholesale, per doz.   ...   ...42c
 u��_T8 825?ll the buyers desired were n��t ��ggs. retail, per doz 45c
JPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS sue has' 6quired, the demand |Rutter, wholesale per lb 25c
  laB numerous *       u Chick-j BuUert retail,  per lb.   ..
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THI
l'��r  CONRAli    oa
****** tra,a3
luS.!!_!!agers' ����. express and
Carry]
    ATUN,
1MWSON and FAIR.
trains (except Ssnday)
freight8 "llbSen|
Cr��ss Cmo WUU ^��* at  Car-
Central Meat Market
Oornw Elght-i St. ana   Fifth A_m_%
PHONE STQ.
BOWELL A ODD*. Proorietora
m
$6.50 to $7.50
.$6 to $6
Llfebuov Soup Is dellghtfuly refreshing for Bath or Toilet In noi
weather.      For  washing    underciotn-
!KTt ong  for Sood  hens.    Chick-1BUtter, retail,  per lb.
pnl were comparatively plentiful an 1 ��� Fowl, per doz	
.be skiers found no trouble in selling Ichickens per doz.
..Chad to dispose of at quota- Broiters, per doz.
_nn  nHces      The number of  broil- Lucks, per doz $9 to $io
e?s was   as nSual, heavy and the de- potatoes, per ton  i:"Y'^
man.for good    .Ised birds in good Plums, p.r crate 40o to TOO
ondltlon    was    satisfactory.      Ducks j A pleB  pe- hox $1 to jl.oO
were   ewer in number fet there  ��� a. IBlaekberrles, per crate  .Jl to g-BJ
Tvery  indication  of a strong call >tFHti,MrW 75ct��'l^
'.he urice  $9 to $10 a dozen. Peas, 3 lbs. for  ...    ���c
Po?.toes dropped from $14 to l�� Carrots, two bunches	
B 5f SS demand being very limited : jnrelt>*, tW hunches   	
.    he  nresent  time,   the  reason  be- Lettuce,  two   bunches -^
,a     .L __Znea_ of    the roots of- Rhubarb, two bunches IM
Sst  CS thefts 4v�� '^J Oab^W,_e��a M
ff i   "exuected  that  there  will   be  �� Beets,  three bunches 10c
11    _  A    imnrovement    In    the price, onions, two bunches ������� i
;narkouanUer of cabbage were ot- J Tomatoes, per lb ��0
jarg,�� SrdT but  with  these also String beans, 6 lbs for 25c
?^!.,rltr.^4n^WW*ireW)ld. cauliflower, per head       ...Be
16c
6c
ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.   NEW  WEST-
MINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2  p.m. Tuesday, October 12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  13th���Divoted  to  Scottish  Sports, under the  management of the Sins of Scotland.
THUR8DAY,  OCTOBER  14th���Vancouver  Day, Championship  lacrosse���Vancouver vs.    New Westminster.
FRIDAY,  OCTOBER   15th���ChlldreV.    Day.      Children'*  sports,
air ship flight, intermediate lac*otse and football matches.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  16th���Championship      lacrosse
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
match,
8TOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
T. J.  TRAPP,
President.
W. H.  KEARY,
Mgr.-8ec.
11 c Manager.
freshing for    Bath or Toilet    In no   w> X��rdfty but  with  dW_8 ������ String beans, 6 lbs for ����� ���
weather.      For  washing    undercloth- |fer6d  je��� ^ fflw werp mM. | cauliflower,  pep head       ���������Bc|
ing it is  unequalled.    Clean.es    and }J*��Yy the sack sold at from $1.25 Cucumbers, three for 10c��
purifies. '
GOD SAVE THE  KING.
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THE   DAILY  _.3WS.
SATURDAY.   SEPTEME
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their oiiic.-s,
The Dally  News Block, corner of McKenzie and  Trew streets.
[minster enjoys or will enjoy ai_ due
ito the same good interest. One of
these i. the Chilliwack line of the
British Columbia Electric Railway
Company which will mean so much
to the future prosperity of tiie city.
11 was not proposed to commence the
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director construction of  this   line  for  anot.ier
j couple  of  years,  but  recognizing  its
__gj5ffigjjfcs_, importance as an agency toward the
development   of    New    Westminster,
.Mavor   Keary   succeeded   n   securing
6ATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER   25.   1909.   ""' on-pent of the company to an Im-
_   _ mediate commencement of the  work,
with the result that we shall have
jtbe first section, to Cloverdale, in
operation within the next few days.
There is this deplorable feature j T-ieae few inoidents, taken from
about public life in Canada, that, among the many that bave marked
however worthy and commendable i his niayoral career will, we hope,
his actions, however strenuous bis ef-lserve to 5)low that Mavor Keary has
forts for tbe public weal, however |been far from regarding his position
honest his intentions, no man is Baie afl a sinecure, and that he has done
THE   MAYOR'S    RESIGNATION.
his duty to the city nobly and well.
FRENCH ARM. TESTS
AIRSHIP AND AUTO
from the malignant attacks of those
who do not happen to agree with hnn.
It matters not whether the sphere of
interest is political or civic, the evil
is present just the same. It is not
of fair, honest, straightforward criticism that we complain. This is always to be welcomed; it ls a healthy
sign of vitality, the staple of energy
and wisdom. Our objection is to
the odium and inuendo that is cast
abroad, more often than not without
the slightest warrant of fact, to annoy and injure men occupying public
positions, wiih little thought or care Montlucco, France, Sept. 24.���The
for the result. The outcome of this,fall manoeuvres of the French army,
mean and unfair spirit is the driving in which 60,000 men are engaged, are
of the best men from public life, and attracting particular attenticu on ac-
!count of the work of the dirigible bal-
the   keeping  of  worthy  citizens  out loon Re.lniiique, attached to the army
of it.     Thi3 again is attended by thejof defence,
natural result tnat second and  third j    Although the field of operation    is
hilly and wooded, the Republique as-
Former   Proves  Valuable   in   Locating
Enemy���Latter Useful in Transporting  Supplies.
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Tea Pots
SPECIAL TODAY
15c, 20c and 25c
The
Fraser
River
FishCo.\Th* Fair
EACH
Regular 25c, 30c and 35c
the new up-
to-date Fish
Store.
:
���
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���
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
; Opp. City Hall I
IBIS MAJESTY'S
,NLUCKlF You Tv-
L0��K  IN at    Ea!
certained and disclosed to the defend-
      ..    . ...   the  new  auto-
ivnuou oi  moj,j]e service for the transportation
imself of  supplies,   which  has   proved   very
successful.
Ships of Sea and
Air to Be in Parade
rate  men are  pushed, or push themselves,  to the  front  and obtain  com-;.,    ,,,.  .^^ ,,,        ,.,,,���,���., ���������,,.,_...���.
mand of  affairs,  to   the  great  detrl- anr prevented them from falling into
mtnt of the country at large. a  skilful   trap  laid   by  the   attacking
We are lei to make these observa- general.
.  _    ., Y    One   army   is  iHing
tions by  the  announced  "" ' "���   ���"
Mayor Keary not to offer
again for the honorable position
which he has so long and So worthily
filled. We believe this announcement will awaken a feeling of sincere
regret in the bosoms of the great majority of tbo citizens of New Westminster. Tin circumstance is the
more regrettable from the fp.ct that
Mayor Keary has been made to feel
that for the sake of ��� the dignity of
his  office   he  should   remove  himself
from the range of tae aspersions and p��,ff Sandy Hook this morning and an-
,       ���      .,   .    u , i      ii   i  chore,   there at the head of the Brit-
calumnies  that    have    been  levelled L,, co)uulni unt���  10;15 o'clock when
against him  by    a    small    clique of they started up the bay.
mean-spirited  men.      The   burdeia  of j    This ship, with her splendid arma-
responsibllity  and   care    attached   to!ment and nigh speed is regarded by
the chair of the Chief Magistrale of *h���e *J,0U0 ��fflcers and sailors of the
w'ar  vessels  already  m  the  river  as
a city occupying so important a posl- one of t_le most interesting sights of
tion  as   .New   Westminster is   by no'the great assemblage,
means  slight,    and  when    to this  is !    with  her  arrival  the  gathering  of
,,   ,   ., _ . ,.    ,  the fleets would be complete   for the
added    h(.  annoyance    of    perpetual'.     , ,      ,     , .    ,       ,   .
��� '    v harbor was already dotted with beau-
fault-fnding and unjustifiable attacks tifu] steam yacht, in readiness for
upon the integrity of the occupant, tlie naval parade tomorrow when the
tae burden becomes intolerable. |Half Mom and the Clermont will be
(Continued  from  Page One.)
mand, joined the other Bntisj ships
citv   bv  Mayor
! escorted   around   the   harbor   and   up
The   loss     to   thi        ,     ,,    , ,  .     .
!the Hudson river to be saluted bv the
Keary'a resignation will be a very warshipa anchored there, Fully 300,-
bad one. When the wonderful change 000 persons went to the river front
that has been wrought in civic af- yesterday to view the international
fairs  and   in   the   position   and   pros- armada and the number today is ex-
1 pected to reach .On.OOO.
pects of our city generally within the (    0v%r    0n   the    flat  land    recently
past eiglit years is considered, it will added to Governor's island, two pla'nlon Sunday, Septemlier 26, 1H09, at
be apparent that he has devoted his-wooden structures marked the hous-ithe hour of 2 o'clock pm. for the pur-
years of office to energetic labors anl N ��f the latest and most remarkable | pose of attending the funeral of our
development       * .,....,,  .. 	
TELEPHONE 580.
We offer tne best fish in town
at  the  lowest  prices.
CHOICE  SILVER   SALMON
FRESH  HALIBUT
KIPPERED  HERRING
BLOATERS
OF    SEA
NICE    SELECTION
FISH.
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FRUIT
Fine   Tokay   Grapes, ���
'best for table use. Basket 50c J
v 4
Bananas, *
Per dozen    30c f
Table Peaches, J
Per pound 10c  ���
^ic-e  Table  Apples, 1
���i  pounds  for 25c  ���
| A full stock of!
! Choice Canned:
Fish.
PROMPT  DELIVERY.
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A.F..
A
A.M.
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
An emergent meeting of Union
Lodge No. 'J, A. F. & A. M. will be
held  in  the Knights of Pythias Hall
good,    iionest    work.      Tbat  he  has
of     the    aviators���the   late    Brother  C.   M.  Averill.
.Mem-
always striven for the best interests and Gldtan  H. Curtiss.      Mr. Curtiss,
of the citv is made evident  by what however,   was   in   Hammondsport,   N.
He
he Has attained.     When he came Into ^  assembling    his    aeroplane
��,,,,., ., , ,     intended  to  brin^    his  flier  to New
office in 1902 Mayor Keary found the  York Saturday and make a prelimin-
city  finances  in  a  far from  3atisfac- ary flight Monday,
tory condition.      There was an over- j    Wilbur  Wright  was  hard  at   work
draft of some fortv-five thousand dol- ��_ his flier ln the Governors island
. .   y    .     ,       ... ,        _..       shed  preparatory  to a possible  flight
lars at the bank, with n0 le8s than tomorrow. Farther up town and in
ninety thousnad owing uixn unpaid tae outskirts of the city dirigible bal-
taxes.    He   took   tae  straightforward loens  were  being made ready  to at-
course of making it known that every ltem.'t fllShts about the city and per-
,,,,.., , . haps up the Hudson river next week,
dollar of these arrears would have to J	
be paid up and at ctice initiated steps
aeroplanes    of    the- Wright  brothers  hers  of  sister  lodges and  sojourning
brethren are requested to attend.
By order of the W. M.,
W. A. DeWOLF SMITH,
Secretary.
to secure this result. Naturally this
aroused some bitter feeling, but the
Mayor was firm, ti.e arrears were
gathered in. and the citys bank balance  strengthened  accordingly.
A   sound  working  basis  being thus
established,  for  no  concern,  whether
LLOYD-GEORGE   HOLDS
JOKER   UP   HIS  SLEEVE
London, Sept. 24.���Chancellor of the
Exchequer Lloyd-George, at his Brighton resilience last night, said that in
the House of Commons on Monday
he will make a statement on the ��-
, come tax which he believes will meet
be  natiorat,  civic,  or  commercial thr   objections    an,i    overcome    the
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
Bayonet vs. Pitchfork.
Geneva,   Sept.   24.���Our   correspondent  at Geneva telegraphed  news of
thp fatal result of ��� quarrel at a ball.
Ihe   ball  was  given   at    Neuheim,
near Zong,    and    a    farmer, Fridolin
other I Blew, and a soldier ln uniform, Joa.
coffers, the Mayor set about securing great agricultural  landlords. [Amstutz   both   married   men   quarrel
er the citv  t'aat  most  valuable  pos-!    A despatch to the Paris Temps says ; led about a valse. The farmer left the
session,  the  water  front.      The bar- ��Et *fe bu*get   5ituai:on ,ls causfcg bulldfng  early,   and,   armed   with    a
.  . *      . ,      King   bdward   some   uneasiness     andi.piichfork,  awaited  the  soldier  In   ihn
gaining   with   the     governmental   de-Us&VingB.    He Is  afraid that  if tae  streei after the function ^ l ��
partments  was the  least troublesome  crisis  becomes  more  acute    it    may j    The farmer attacked the soldier  In-
pert  of  the  undertaking.      Powerful paralyze the commerce of Great Brit-, flicting several wounds   when the'lat-
corporate    Inf-ests    had    grown  up  aln'  tnil I,liioe her to "   "  "'' "	
.  __, .to other great powers,
along   tbe  margin   of   the   river,  and  Lansdowne  and  Lord
THEATRE
Columbia Street
Performance This Evening
at 7:30
Music by His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra.
ThCre IS a Bin Cl.a
Somg on the?,. I, ��"t
CLOTHS, YAY OH
TAINS. WINDOW *Y*'
CURTAIN RODSP0LES'
L��WS, Etc.   w. Y     P|t'
Immense   MpYlA Ak'
goods.    NOTE THc _�� new
Inlaid Linoleum, worth $1.50, clearing out at 7- RlCE$
Oil Cloths in floral designs and block patterns   ��� ,,_,    C *�� $1 a Yd.
reduced   to, per  yard    ' ' pnce Wc
Window Poles, 1  1-2 In. dlam., golden   oak   with  end
rings,  complete  each	
Pillows, in art tick covering, each _
Brass Curtain Rods for sashes, each only
I   EE'S Furniture Emporium
*^   MmU  *"���     "^ Lee's  Bl��ck, Columbia Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B.C
EDISON THEATRE
Animated Pictures and
Illustrated Songs.
The  Latest  Hits  of the Season.
ADMISSION   10c,
CHILDREN   5c.
F. L. KERR, Mgr.
CORNER   EIGHTH   AND   COLUMBIA
STREETS.
Steam and Gas Fitting, Sheet   Metal
Works and General
Repairs.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED
TO. PHONE 586.
How About
a New
Shower-PrQi
Coat?
WE HAVE WHAT YOU W/J
THIS CUT SHOWS ONE OFI
NEW SHOWERPROOFS, MAD!
THE 20TH CENTURY Hfl
WITH THE HIGH PRUSSIAN
LAR, WITH CUFF AND ALL,
LATEST FINISHINGS.
ASK   TO  SEE  ONE.
PHILLIP!
THE    WARDROBE  CLOT
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������*
JUST ARRIVED: Baking Amm.
nia, Cream of Tartar and Bird Sec
MERMTHEW _ RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
can   thrive and  progress   upon   empty grievances   of   the   dukes   and
Falls From Top Girder.
,,.,,... , Windsor Ont., Sept. 24.���George N.
tended with their wives as members Ward, aged 27, unmarried whose
of the Rebekah Assmbly, at the meet- home was in Tilsomburg was killed
ing of the sovereign grand lodge of by a fall of 30 feet from the top glrd-
tbe I.O.O.F. at Seattle, returned er of the Belle Isle bridge where he
last evening from the Sound. was working yesterdav afternoon
am, and place ber im a state inferior ter fixed  his bayonet and transfixed
He told Lord | the   fanner,     the     bayonet     passing
RoSeber>'    he , through his chest, and killing him in-
these had  served  to defeat  repeated ' hoped  the House of Lords would be stantly
efforts that had been made to secure ; conciliatory,
the   water  front   to   the   dty   as   far |
back as 1862. In no wise daunted, | Several of the Odd Fellows who at
jowever, the Mayor set about his
task with that energy and determination that have been always characteristic of him, and finally succeeded
ln obtaining this splendid possession
for our city.
Again, It is in a large measure tc
Mayor Keary that the city amd district owts that most valuable institution, the Royal Columbia Hospital.
He has devoted a vast amount of time
and energy to the perfecting and improving of this institution amd has
brought it to its present con.llilon of
efficiency and usefulness. The establishment of the Cannegie Library
we also owe to the Mayor's Influence
and efforts. Many other advantages
and improvements which New West-
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group 2,
Xew   Westminster  District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 2396F, Issued
in the name of .lohn Bernard Johnson, lias been filed in this offlce.
Notice Is hereby given 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, is��uf> 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 Ofllce, New Westminster,  B.  C, August 30,  1909.
DIE60LD SAFE AND LOCK CO.
CANTON. OHIO.
Prices given on application for Fire,
Burglar proof and other safes; vault
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent, H. J. A. BURNETT, Accountant and auditor. P. o    Box 691
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST A.
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
!*��������� nnnnnn ���������������������������������
Eastertrook 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.
FI OUR AND FEED MERCHANT
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Sporting Goods
CITY VOTERS'   LIST.
A Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed*
Eight-room  house, nine full  sized  lots, frame    stable    and hen  house;
land all under cultivation, directly back of the  Brunette Sawmills office   a
block   north  of  Columbia street.
For What?   Just Think!
$3200;   Half cash, balance $30 per month on terms to be arranged.    Exciu-
clusively for sale by McQUARRIE  &  CO.,  Front  Street.
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 for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who Bhall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom; must pi_fer his or
her 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
spcifled.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Clerk's  Office,  New  Westminster, B. C, September 3, 1909
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper,
THE  SEASON   FOR  SHOOTING     DUCKS    AN     DEE  .
OPENS   ON   SEPTEMBER   1 umUNITI"
TRY   US  FOR   REQUIREMENTS  IN  THE GUN. AMM
OR  SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS W AR CARRYING A
COMPLETE   STOCK  AT  LOW    PRICES.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limit*
WATCHES
I sell watches that keep to the second the time,
t   Having movemsntg adjusted to suit any dime,
fj    Sliver���filled   cases���fine   solid gold,
_J   Watches the best that are made to be soldi
CHAM BERLIN, The Jeweler
���rnw   WATCHES'
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND  HAMILTON vi iRDAV.
sEpTeMBER   25,   1909.
THE  DAILY
,y a
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
MILLINERY
SPORTING NEWS
LtAIE SEASON OPENS       RAIN INTERFERES WITH
FOR HOVERS CLUB TOOA.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Hlbaral...  will  Vi.lt  ...an'.   M On.   Th.,_   _,,  p���yM  0���  y_,_.
This Afternoon���Local   Boys Confident of Victory.
W 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.
reatly increased space the  new store allows us for millin-
oses enables us to m.ke a showing this season uncompared
The flrst leagui:
day���Finals   Today   if  Weather
Permits.
"AA' W. E. FALFS 612-6I8 Agnes Street
The g
stunning   creations
such   as  will
itor.  in this city      Tre   assemblage   of
both from abroad and from our  own   workrooms  are
tamp this store as emphatically the  style  centre  of  New  Westmin-
t,r     No woman who follows the  trend  of    the  new  styles  should
I    viewing this charming review of the season's most  pronouno;d
anc| most authoritative styles while   the   opening   displays   are   com-
pl.t:.     We would be pleased to have you visit our millinery salon,
second Floor.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
match oi .ae Van- (    Rain yesierda   lnterfered with the
..    ";" l\ u'aBU? HY ^tournament al tae tennis courts, and
;��".���>" ave taken part will be played iri consequence only three Bets were
this altemoon  at  Queens  park, t��e played.     These resulted as follows:
ball being kicked oft at 3 o'clock. The Ladies'   "
visitors are the Hibernians, who will     Miss Richman   (Scratch)    lefeated
ma_e their first appearance on  Wesi-  Mlss Cotton I owe 1-'
minster   (.round   since   promotion   to
senior company iMls8 Vera Corbouid (owe M ,0j  6 .,
Ih' referee wlll be Oliver Phillips 6-3.
a. R, CaTers, whom the Roverg always welcome, is unable to take the
whistle. The local boy. will he trying a new centre forward in Kev. Mr.
Haslam, and  Kirhy  will
Single 3.
atch
30), C-2. 6-3.
(scratch)    defeated
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE  176. NIGHT CALL 81,
old place at fullback, Bruce not hav
ing returned yet.     Falling Johnscn, a
place  will   be  found for  Burrows on
.the forward  line.
The Rovers wlll line up as follows:
Goal, Shallcross; full back., Lyon an
Kirhy;    halves,   Minion.   Sawyer   and
Locke;     forwards,   VIner,   Johnson,
Haslam, Robertson, Caydzlen.
The Hibernians team will line
Up wiih the following: Goal, Horn;
backs, Herring amd Jeffrey; halves.
McKlnley,   Giflen,    Gray;    forwards,
Ladies' Doubles.
Miss L.  Armstrong    and    Miss  M.
Shildrlck   (scratch)   defeated ._.._   J.
Martin an.l   Miss  M.  Martin   (receive
resume  his i-_ 30)   6-3, 6-3.
Bsmltb, Scrimslaw, T. Jones, K. Jones ^arJ,'
FIRST RACE���Seven furlongs;
selling;   three-year-olds  and  up.
1. Ornate; 2, Rosslare; 3, Blue
Heron.
SECOND      RACE���Five    furlongs;
1,  Ybor;     2,    Beaumcnt;   3, Lillian
and  Baton,
JAPANESE   RUNNER   IN
SEATTLE   MARATHON
CUPS AND SAUCERS, $1.00 PER DOZEN.
(While  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 & Crockeryware
THIRD RACE���Four furlongs, selling; maidens, two-yearolds.
1, Calopus; _, Barney Mason; 3,
Alarmed.
FOURTH RACE���One and one-halt
mile;   Selling;   four-year-olds  and   up.
1,  Mlss  Officious;    2, Red  Leaf;   3,
sell-
Currl-
SIXTH RACE���One mile and 20
yard*; selling; three-year-olds and
up.
l,Ed. Ball; 2, J. C. Clem; 3, Frieze. [
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Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
FIFTEEN DAYS' RACE
MEET  FOR  WINNIPEG
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j WRITING MATERIALS, OFFICE SUPPLIES, BOOKS, PAPERS.
| MAGAZINES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
| IN A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
p 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.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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Seattle, Sept. 24.���Jurio Wada, the
famous northern iiimher, long distance champion of Alaska an I winner Sir Anajus.
of two 50-mile races at Nome a couple ;    FIFTH   RACE���Six    furlongs
,of years ago,   bas  arrived  from the inSi  three-year-olds and up.
inurth  and    will   be  a starter  in  the      '��� Ma>' Sutton; 2, Cheers;  3,
Guggenheim    .10,000   Marathon here |CULH5_
on October 12.
Wada, who is now uniler the management  of   Mr.   S.   B.   Johnston,   a
well   known   Vancouver     advertising
man. is in good shape for the coming
race, I ut will spend the time for the
next   few   weeks   in   training,   w.th  a
view to increasing his spec 1.     There
Is no question  about    Wada's endur-      Winnipeg,   Sept.    24.���Winnipeg   is I
'ante and ability to go the  Marathon t0 -Jilve a flfteen-dav race meeting be- i
di.-U*ice.     The fact that he .las killed  fore ti,e coid weather sets in, if the
off   some  of  the   best  long  distance delegate  of  the  Metropolitan  Racing
men In the north in the two 50-mile  Association   succeeds   in   his   present j
p races   he   ran   up   there  a   couple  of  mission in this citv.
I.vears two, is in itself a sinking proof      L'nder the sweeping Dominion char-j
of his eadurance.     Wada is as hard tei- granted    them,    the Metropolitan i
as nails from big record loiigdistaiic* Racing Association has power to hold I
trip down    the    Yukon,   _ which he  such a raoe nlPet    as that proposed.1
covered over   2000   miles   and   trav- an(_ all tllat remains to be dme ���;_ to
ersed areas dhat have never been COY-  secure the tr.^k aud bring along Oe |
ered before, save by the Eskimos. ponies.   The agent now In   the   citv i
announces    thai    two    hundred    race
St. Yves to Meet Holmer. horses   will   he   shipped   io   Winnipeg
Quebec,    Sept.     24.���Arrangements  to-  tiu,   ,nee_,   which    means  double i
are being    made    for a  full distance an(j   treble   Uie  number  ever  assem-
Marathon  race  within   the  next   lew ^,iecl _lt.re uefore.
weeks,   between   St.   Ifvea   of   France      Application was mad- to the  Win-
and   Hans   Holmvr   of   Canada.     Hoi-  nlpeg   industrial   exhl ttiqn   board   re-
mer's   manager    is  discussing   condi- cent_v on  behalf of the  management I
tions in  Montreal  with  Copland,  the of t:u,  F(,It  Krie track,  and also on j
Frenchman's   manager. behalf of the management of the Vic-
toria,   B.   C,  Racing   Association,   for
permission to use tlie half-mile circle j
at tlie exhibition    grounds,    but the i
board  declined  to consider  it.
BOWLING
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Ketchel in Frisco,
San Francisco. Sept. 24.���Stanley
Ketchel. whose 20-round bout next
month with Jack Johnson, the colored
entries heavyweight champicin, Is a promi-
wili close tonight, The novice has nent topic In Sporting circles, arrived
just as good a chance to win a medal last night, accompanied by his man-
as tlie finished bowler, and owing to ager, Willus .."Iti. Britt said that
the   large   number   of   entries,   three  his man  would begin training at Col-
The competitions for ihe Individual
championship of the city will begin
on Monday. Everyth ng will then be
In lost-class shape and some soot
scores   sliould   result.       Th
medals will be given iu place of two,
- las first announced.
On  Monday there will be a special
match   game" between  three  Vancou-
ma in a 4ay or so.
Our entire stock of LADIES'
WASH SUITS and CHILDREN'S
DRESSES to clear at half price.
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Herrara  Out  of  It.
Dakersfield, Cai., Sept. 24.���Aurella
iver   howlers   and   three   Westminster j Herrara threw up the sponge in the
bowlers at 8 p m sixth round of his scheduled 20-rouni
'fight with Dick Hylaiid last mg.it. To
Lacrosse  Meating  Postponed.
The meeting   of   the Westminster
senior amateurs called for la3t evening was postponed.      No answer has
Referee Ferguson, Herrara said he
was sick and all in, but io the press
represstati ves be said he broke his
hani in the fourth round.     Dr. Buch-
...n    received    to    the  appeal'ner, after an examination, said three
yet   .
againsi the Maple Leafs. An early
decision is expected as only a few
vacant dates remain this season.
Probably at least one of tae series
for the championship will be brought
off during the fair.
bones in Herrara's right had had been
dislocated. The Mexican wag plainly outclassed. In the opinion of the
fight fans Herrera's pugilistic career
is ended.
Mickey Gets His.
Toronto,   Sept.   24.���Fred   (Mickey)
Ions,  the   Tecumseh  lacrosse  player,
who \ssaulted George C. Kails ta the
match
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:
||ectric Railway Service
Breaks Own  Record.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 24.���John
Flanagan  of  the  Irish American  Athletic Club of New  York made a new ,Tecunis.h-Toront��     lacrosse
world's record with the 16-pound ham-' s. nr_ weeks ago, was remanded today
mer at the l.is_ "fair and Held day" for sentence.
at   l)_inings  today.      In  competition 	
with Matt MacGrath of the New York  MAY DROP VANCOUVER
Athletic Club,  Flanagan   hurle.   thej FROM NORTHWESTERN
hammer 179 feet 10 inches, breaking j 	
his own record of 173 feet. !    Tacoma,  Sept.  24.���W.  G.  MacRae,
  1 business    manager   of    the Portland
who  has
Father and Son Hurt.
Areola, Sask., Sept. 24.���James Ho-
*y,  nn  employee of the brick yards
here, had a hand era she 1 In the ma- _      _   	
ehinery   yesterday, necessitating   ,hei Spokane better than Los Angeles, and
Tacoma better than Sacramento. Mac-
Northwestern league team,
just come from a swing around the
California circuit with McCreedle's
coast league team, says Seattle is as
good a ball town as  San  Francisco,
Cai
lnlerurban Lin*.
T*  for Vancouver   and
will
���tall        ""**       Way
ho     .   Wl"  run eve'y  halt
r  Tom   5:50  a. m.   Last
Cdr leave, at U p. m.
^t car leaves Vancouver
u,i0 p.m.
twew. I" the de',ot eve'y
_erto?   *;���e'   for b��* Sap-
J-uxloty limits 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 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service halt-hourly be-
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. P- m.
amputation of an arm below the elbow.    His son was also severely In
jured  yesterday  by falling off
of bricks.
pile
1 The first herring run of the season
'Is now on In the gulf and 'he flrst
j fish were received by local dealers
'vesterdav for -ale at the Ro.v;" uty
iFlsh Co." and at Richmond's new
'Store on Columbia streei. The latter have also received quite a q��an-
ititv of sea fish���cod, whiting, percn,
! flounders,  sole  and other varieties.
*���**!!    Columb,a Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
THE FRASER
VALLEY^
' FARMLAND!
SPECIALIST*
Rae suggests a circuit for next year
which includes Portland, Seattle, Tacoma and Spokane In the north and
San Francisco and Oakland in the
south, cutting out Los Angeles. Hen
Berry, owner of the Los Angeles club
was out after MacRae with n knife
when he flrst made the suggestion.
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Yesterday's Baseball.
Vancouver	
Spokane 	
     4
     3
     2
PoKland	
Tacoma	
     4
     5
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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.
Road Oil
and
Asphalt
B.C. Refining Co.
(LIMITED)
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'auto-
mobile 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 INSURAaNCEHMAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
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THE   DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER
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The
Paint
RUNAWAY CAR
WRECKS SEATTLE STORE
NOTICE.
THE   way   M-L    Paints   are
made, the factory-tests they
get, and the materials that
make them, gives you  most for
your money in a can labelled
Ms.le In 40 s__<_��,
for every u . paint
can . rv . Indoorfl or
out. ("over a��� milch
an.l la-t LONGER
than oilier paint.-.
._ k your da_lw why
��� ami rea.1 t_^ ff_>r-
ai.i.e iu _. Mtore.
M-L
Pure
Paints
Never sold in tnilk���always in tins.
Made by  Imperial   Varnish and
Color Co.,  Limited, of Toronto.
Sold locally by
i    ANDERSON &LUSBY
Agents for New Westminster and district.
COLLEGE DISPUTE CAUSES
APPEAL TO HIS HOLINESS
near tlie world's fair grounds shortly
before noon today.
A single-ended Walllngford avenue
car with UD passengers of whom iv
were seated, and the others clinging
to seats and straps, got beyond control of Motorman 1_. W. Melandy an'l
attained a speed of ;;_ miles an hour.
At the corner of Fourteenth avenue,
northeast of Fortieth street, th,. car
careened, left the track and crashed
'into a one-story restaurant building
at the southeast corner of the erasing, demolishing the flimsy building,
splittkig and wrecking tht. car, and
hurliig tbe passengers forward With
frightful force. The motorman gave
the passengers warning of me impending accident. A few seconds
laler the runaway car plunged into
the St. Louis cafe, a Utile restaurant
built tor the fair trade, Edward
Winslow proprietor of the restaurant
was struck down and liis skull
crushed; he cannot recover. Frank
Hull of Taconia. aged 4., was killed.
Mrs, T. M. Hornado, of Los Angeles,
was reported to be in a dying condition late this afternoon, and Miss
Helen Cardwell, of Portland, is believed to be fatally injured.
Every pane of glass in tbe car was
broken and the jairged pieces showered upon the passengers, who were
tossed in indescribable confusion, in
a few minutes experienced harid>
were caring for the injured. Tae
worst cases were hurried to the
world's  fair hospital.
  The  injured    belting    all  over the
Middle West and Pacific coast. Four
Ottawa.   Sept.   24.���From    Informa-   Vancouver people wer,. hurt.
tion  received  here,  prior to  the  de-	
bee, Uniay ie __i d that no les. than j 1,300,000  GALLONS  WATER
136 students are at work i��i the new
college at St. Johns, whic.t was condemned by thp Bishop of St. Hyacin-
the, that the Rev. Cannon Lemieux
and liis twenty or more priest? are
busily engaged, and that a strong appeal has been made to the foot of the
pontifical throne in favor of the College ef Ste. Marie De Manoir, arid
signed by leading Roman Catholic
laymen of the City of Montreal.
Al] tais came out luring a recent
Interesting interview, which several
of tbe foremost French-Canadian lawyers in tlie country had with the Da-
pa] delegate at his palace here. The
delegation, which had the interview
with Mgr. Sbarrattl, embraced Hon.
F. L. neiqiie, a prominent son of tie
church, H. Gervnis, M.P.. a leading
professor nt the Roman Catholic University of Lava] and who Is persona
grata with Archbishop Bruchesi, and
J.   L.   ilerron.  all  three of whom  are
graduates of the condemned college.
Consequently   the   orthodoxy  of    the
three  eminent   lawyer,   could not be
called   in   question,   amd   H.   Gervais,
w_o was  the first speaker, said that
the college of Ste. Marie De Manoir
wa3  perhaps  the  most  up-to-datp  institution in French Canada, and that
in  order  to enhance  its efficiency  it
was absolutely necessary  that it be
removed to St. John.
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL  BRIDGES.
Tenders are hereby invited for the
c_istructiou of substations for the
Vancouver Power Company Limited.
at five different points situated along
the right of way of the Fraser valley
branch of '.be British Columbia Electric Railway Company. Limited, as
follows: 1. At Cloverdale. _'. Near
the intersection of the Coglihu.i road,
Ured and Fifty-FlVe in Langley district. 3. Near the intersection of the Canadian Pacific
Railway in Matsqui district 4. Near
the intersection of the Yale road in
Sumas  district.      5. At   or <near   the
.town of    Chilliwack,   in    accordance
Sept. 24.���One person was L^ thp plang and specifications and
killed,  fifty    persons    were    injured.'conditions  of    contract   prepared   by
three fatally, in a street car accident | the company, and which may be seen
at my offlce, 435 Carrali street, Van-
One  Killed, Three   Fatally
Inj
Hurt in Accident.
Seattle.
COSTING ONE FIRM $10
Gait  Commissioners   Put   Meter  Test
on Manufacturer With Startling
Results.
Gait. Sept. 24.���Gait water commissioners, who have been Investigating
the extraordinary consumption, put a
meter in a local manufacturing establishment to find out how mucj water
wa.   used.
The meter was left fo. :17 days, an J
in that period 21,b0u cubic feet was
used, or for a year about 210,000 cubic
feet or 1,312,500 gallons. The price
paid for this enormous amount of water is $10 per year.
The water commission i.s gradually
locating the leakages.
The disclosures at this meeting today are a great surprise to tbe community.
| couver, B. C. Tenders to be delivered not later than the 27th day Of
^September, nineteen hundred and
nine.
j The tender should Indicate a specl-
jfied price for the construction of any
or all of the said substations.
Each tender shall be accompanied
by certified cheque in favor of the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
'for 10 per cent of the estimated total
amount of tlie tender.
The cheques of tli��> unsuccessful
tenderers wlll 'be returned to them in
due course, and the cheque of the
successful tenderer will be returned
to him upon execution of the contract
and furnishing of the bond required
under the contract in the event ol
the successful tenderer refusing 10
execute the contract and furnish Hie
bond within ten days after being notified in writing of the acceptance of
bis tenihi hp's cheque 18 to be forfeited to the company,
Form of bond required may be seen
at my offlce.
Tenders to be delivered not later
than the 27ft day of September, 1909,
at my Said offlce, sealed and endorsed, "Tender for Substations tor
Vancouver Power Company, Limited.''
No tender delivered after that date
or time will lie considered.
Tender shall statt. the date of completion of the work. Rapid progress
leing required.
The company reserves to itself tbe
right to accept or refuse any tender,
whether it ba tower or higher than
any other tender or the same amount.
Drtod at Vancouver, li. C. this
fifteenth (15th) dav of September.
190..
ROBERT  HOWES    C.   E���
Fraser Valley Branch.
NOTICE.
To Our Customers of Hard Coal:
We, the undersigned, do not expect
to get any Banff coal this year.
GILLEY BROS. LTD.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated ls69)
Capital Paid up
Reserv* Fund
Total Assets  ...
...$ 4,700.000
..  .    _4no.ono
 55.000,000
Invaded Dry Territory.
Morden, Man., Sept. 24.���License
Inspector Mclntyre arrived in iowii
Thursday with two prisoners from
Cartwright, who were committed to
jail for bringing liquor into local option territory.
In   and   out  of  town  accounts  solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers'  Cheques  bought and sold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster, B.
F. SHUTE.
C.  Branch,
Manager.
'"' '        _>.! :; ��.0   Odeii  :
'*��� i
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, and marked on the envelope. "Tenders for Steel Bridges,"
will be received at the office of tlie
commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, until 12 o'clock noon of
the 28th day of September. 1909, for
tbe construction and erection of stei
superstructures and floor systems
(with ties and wood'n guard rails
complete, required for bridgi s at the
points named below:
District "A."
Date
Bridge. of Completion.
-Cains River  D c. 1, VJ"'J.
South West Maramlchl,
N.  B March 15, 1910.
Juniper Brook  ..April 1. 1910.
Mile.
82.0-
124...
13rj.fi
134.07
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 buiU with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
But tbey were no: built of our
materials.        See    where    real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
il
District "D."
���2.20
109.29
: ���   ; ���
123.5
135.0
Circle River  . .   . .July 1. 1910.
Low Bush River, June 1, 1910
Brule   Creek   ...April  1,   1910
Frederichoose   Biver,     "   "
Bnsktow  River April  15, 1910-
Driftwood River, May  1, 1910.
Mattagama River, Juti<- 1, 1910
Plann and profits may be seen and
full information obtained at the Offlce
of    the  Chief    Engineer    at   Ottawa.
Ontario
After contracts are awarded the
successful tenderers must submit designs of all superstructures with
stress sheets all to be in accordance
with tbe Specifications of Department
of Railways and Canals of the Dominion Government, 1908. The class
cf load to be used 1��� that designated
"Heavy" in  the said  specifications.
Tenders will be received for one or j
more of the structures required.
Each tender must be signer! and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, nnd witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a 'bartered bank of the Dominion of Canada payable to the Commissioners of
the Transcontinental Railway, for a
sum equal to five per cent. (5 p.c.) ot
the amount of the tender.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commisdoners  of    the  Trans
continental Railway, Dated of Ottawa,
August 28, 1909.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer- and Deaiers m AU Kina   ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F *RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Roya/ Ciff_ Branch, Columbia St. I
Telephone 12
New Westminster
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The Daily News SEPTEMBER   2 .   1909.
WATER N��
,eat or certificate of lis pendens    ���
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
ut  Range One.
tiled within such p. nod, or in de. ��aj ������ "�������
...     I_n,,.li,,n    ____.    F_<��M_III      Pn tLUlt-     - *'J    ' t     -iUnt.     OI
' v"> .     , Vancou- pu
' . bavins a>c B<��J and sufficient service Un
. ,' ,   into 2-     Datvd at  th.  land    registry  ottt<
I .. ' J*a__; New Westminster. Provtow otBrttl  .
I" ' ��� i_ke,  Columbia,   thl.   30th   day  of   Au
I ' . '  uiver!   A. D��� ISO!).
ALBERT HUM,
-   H   F'JRD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
I
(ladun
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V    . Y of   dvvslp.,1
from tue
i;le quantity
teet p<=r
I''
C. 8.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Samuej Coulter,  Esq.
haracter  of
I. water i"wer
I, .  ..ipptric.tv I
WATER   NOTICE.
ret of Coast  Range One.
at  John .Johnson, ot
B. C, occupation,    sales
o apply for permtasloi
irehase the   fallowing  descrti/tc
��� nclng at  a  post  planted o_
Bhore of John island, an tell Icularly  In of the "Water Act, 1909," to Obtain a land between Kees island and Davies
per '��� machine., license in  the  Municipality or    Bur- Island      Dated, June 6th, l_i)_.    Ap-
operatlon    ot naby Division of Lot  111 District. .  for the  whol.  island, contain-
tt electricty |    Notice ls hereby given that a_
: _   and com- plication will be mad-,  under Part  V.
�����,���"���'. .        �� i       _.��_.
aged j for wtnen ,     .a.) Tha name, aildress an.l ocu;.a   Ing 60 acres more or 1
Lai  _    _._    ailtf.'tiain    nt     fh_     _ l.nllnn ri f     1=     Unro,..      O/ll ,^.,..
PAGE  SKVEIT
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATE CREAM
Better than the I "cream for any
"i purpose. Always av u .:;,! never fails.
It Never Curdles
It is Always Pure
;? For ice-cream. ;,i_: ::::ijs,cn_t_rf_,d__r-
���&�� lotte russc, blanc mange ami desserts in
��� which cream: is aa essential.  It
gives to cocoa, chocolate and
tea a delightful flavor, and to
the delicate aroma of effee an
s I led charm.    It is the best
8 for infants, nursing mothers
*""'"'"' -   and invalids.    When vou use
St. Charles Cream, you take no chances.
Sold by "Btjl Grocer j En.<trytvhert.
ST. CiUllL.S CONDENSING C0SP..NY   l__e__U. Oat.    _
frCHARLfc
.���^\ \
SEATED CPf^
.  r are suit- tlon of  the  applicant Is  Horace  WII
Th-;   pre- liamson,     412    Westminster    aven u
water  Is  to  be Vancouver,  E C.
near high tide (_.) The name of t.b,. lake, stream
���._._ riv..-r.  lg) (if unnamed, the description.   Is    mi-
|rv
_- '     '-
y.
JOHN'   JOHNSON.
P-r  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June  _____ 1909.
'.    ,,h.    -
water 1S| known, rising ln Lot 210, running in
southerly   and     w.-.t rly    dir     .
rough District Lot  111, Bum I
(c.) The point of diversion is B out  Intends t'i ipply for ���   -.    .    on to o
...     . ... !>>..__       _ll,l ,..., nr.ii.l. _#      _       .,..,. ......I...    I .......
pa"     "     . ,'V    PW'T    1=    nil,,nil,   lining    iq    _,_[.    ..iy,    ruumng   111
, octrk pow- 'a southerly  and    westerly    dir    .
fata- '..light--
t,W.. ing  and    all
::. I
District of Oast  Range One.
Take n     ���   ��� .,- James Watson, oi
Vancouver, B. C    oo ipatlon, farmer,
CANADIAN PACIFIC j   AT THE HOTELS.
B.C toast SS. Sailings
FROM  VANCOUVER.
��� purposes 400   feet   south   of a stake ma            ise tbe f llowlng described landa:
ted.    Ui  If Hlock one Hi  In the northwest cor-     Commencing at a post planted on
.. power or ner of District Lot lit. the  v               shore   of    Owl  island,
tae   place id.) Tb,. quantity of water appl    '��� Dated   rune ���"    1909      Applying for  * ���
., returned to for iin cubic teet per second) Is two the wl  >le Island  contalnin- 160 acres1     Jo  Alaska
. . :  the differ- (2), more or li BS
i_i ���������  -
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.-
H
M    -
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*   . return.    Ttie works Is to  run    power    machinery
"e:r ".!,'"' I to river near and electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
S, 0f sai :.Serenes of ele- , irrigating.
'   betw( ��� ,,f diversion and (f.) The    premises    on    which    tn
ot rei ��� 3"' feet U) water Is to be nted Is known as Block
��j0��'r I   hit.ndel to be one  ll), two  (2)  and sixteen  (16)  in      Take notice tbat Bergeta Anderson, ;atJ p.m.
Russell  Hotel.
F. i;    Morse, Beattle.
Mr.   and  Mrs.   C.   Millie,  Medicine
Hat.
To Seattle���Dally at  11 p.m   direct      K-   h't^m-  Davis,  Seattle.
and 10 am. via Victoria. ^Ir-   '""1    Mrs,   C,   P.   Moss. Van-
To  Victoria���Ha;,v  at   10  a.m   and   OOUVer.
John A. York and wife, Vancouver
M.   Dickson, Seattle.
D.  Simpson. Sea' le.
;���'    Saturday   at   11
point of dl-;     ie.) The character of the propo
JAMES  WAlSO.s,
Per  S.   EL   KORD.  Agent
Dati !  June Oth,  1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
To Prince Rupert���Every Saturday
at 11 p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���Second j
and 16th of each month.
To Nanaimo,   t'nion.  Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Saturday
v  works will  District Lot lit, Burnaby. intends to apply for permission to pur-      T" Nanaimo���Daily at 2  p.m
a (kl   T!:L  no      (g.) The pu.po_.-s  for    which    the of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
7th   day   Ot  water Is to be    used    are    domestic, chase the following described lands:
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ition    will   be jower, light and irrigation. Commencing  at  a   post   i'ianted   in Upper  Eraser  r:v.r  to    Chilliwack!
oner   on   tbe      (h.)  If  for Irrigat. __  describe    the the bay at northwest comer of Maud and    way    joints���Steamer      Beaver
1909.     (1)  (Jive land   to  Iw    Irrigated���about    twelve island,  the largest  island  in  the   ln- eaves Westminster ar 3 a.m  on Mon-i
e_  of any ri- (12)  acres. 'lian   group.      Dated  June  6th.  1909. _a>-_  Wednesday and  Friday;   return-
BERGETA  ANuERSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent
Dated June 6th.  1309.
. ��� licenses who or      ii.) if tie water Is to be used  for Applying  for  tbe   whole  island,   con
P! ] to be affected  power or mining    purposes    descrl e tninlng 60^ acrespjnore or Jess
ttie proposed  works, either abov. the place where the water is to be re-
Aos : Ii   F.  Di.kins,  turned to some natural chann.l, and
ftjeouver, B. C. the   difference  ln    altitude    between
Tbe ;a:' ' '���  '������       Memorandum  ot  [joints of  diversion  asi l  point of   re- 	
Delation  of  tl ������   Companv     which   turn.     Tht.   water   is   t0   be   returned      _.     ,
Shorizp-  the ""d   application  about  two hundred   (200)   feet  below     i_ls,tr'ct ��"  Cohat'   ��J"W   ,    Y ������
TI :��� ids as follow,: In same channel and about sixty (60)    ,Tf.ke noUc" *^_  ***** Jacobson
'  V-   0 tor    which    tne  feet lower. of  Vancouver,   B.  C   occupation    far-
favll      ��� d and to wblcn      j.,  The area ol Crown  lend  intend- fm��r-  lnheDds l<> ����/*��� for *�����$���
��?_ are    restricted'ed ,0 be occupied  by    the    proposed ��,, jiurchas*   tbe  [ollofflD5   d��scr.be_
,.'j icqul       . of water and water | works is none.
L by r.   rds  of unrecrrded  wa-.     (k) This notice was posted on the
r or by the 1 '-    Of  water re-  nth  day of  August.  I.09, anl  appli-
Itorwatet    rtvileces toe (a) Con- cation will  be  made    to    the    o>m-
rcc:ir._     - -   and   maintaining j mlssloner  on   the   l^th  day  of    Bep-
ictric works   power  houses,  gener-, tern: er. 1909, at  .' 30 o'clock.
nt and such other appliances j     (l.) The nam.-s  and    addresses    or
ln
kt: v.'
I ccsveni-r. ���"-   as     are   nec.ssary  any    riparian  proprietors or licensees
j proper for     '��� generating i>l elec-  who or whose lands are likely to  be
ore- wer, or any other affected    by    the     proposed      works.
d   power,    and    for wither abov. or below  the outlet are
lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
a small bay on north shore or' Bend
lsiand. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for *he whole island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th.  1909.
aves    Chilliwack  at,  7  a.m. on
���4Bday,  Thursday  and  Saturday,
"or  further  particulars call  or ad-
ess
ED. GOULET, Ag-ent.
New Westminster,
or
C.   B.   Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vancopiver.  B.  0.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY
NEWS
Westminster'!  Hotie  Paper.
F.   Dewar,  Seattle.
R. James, Seattle.
F. Jones. Vancouver.
T. Btewaxt, Vancouver.
M.   Jack.   Vancouver.
Geo. H. Fergusasn. Fredericfeton.
I>.   D.   Floyd,  Toronto.
Arth'tr <;.   Miller,  Toronto.
James o.  Potts, Vancouver.
W.   Hallburton, Vancouver.
D. A.   McKee,  I_idner.
E. B.  Wetenhall, Saanich.
A.   _.   Ferrie and wife, Glasgow.
J.   C.   Tliomson.  Vancouver.
H.   Shortwood.  Vancouver.
_.   H.   Hill. Pitt River.
C.   B.   Callander,  Guelph, Ont.
F. M.   Black,  Calgarj". Alta,
Windsor Hotel.
Geo. Kipp.  Whonnock.
John Mclntyre, Sardis.
W. F.  Wegel. Aldergrove.
T.   W.  Fitzpatriek. Aldergrove.
C.   B.  Ambrose, Amherst.
Arthur  Ross,  Aldergrove.
F.   R.   Clark.  Vancouver.
E.  Humphrey, Vancouver.
J.   Coldeirn.  Vancouver.
Geo. Allen. Langley.
Andrew Clark, Vancouver.
C. J.   Byrne.  Portland.
J. Beniot, Quebec.
D. Scott. Vancouver.
M.  Galbung, Vancouver.
District of  Coast   Range One.
Take   notice  tiat  Adolph  U.   Johnson, of Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation,
farmer,  intends   to   apply  for  permis-
scribed lando:
sion to purchase 'he following de-
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib Island. Dated
June 6th. 1909. Applying for the
whole island,    containing    90    acres
me to be used by  the Crown, H.  B.    Scott.    Vancouver.
jOompa. by  persons or com-|and B, PaMiman. Vancouver,
icontr-i.  .._   with  the company! HORAC.   WILLIAMSON.
Wkk.i. Ive  power for the.    442   Westminster   avenue.   Vancou
|(B_; r' machinery   or  ver, B. C.
.   . ir other works Or to    ��� ____________
wBed       "1 ��� Company  to  con- LAND ACTS.
E. : - .  or as a    motive, 	
lorpr       Ing tramways. Or tor     Distr;ct of  Coast  Range One.
M_ lifting,     pumping.      Take QOtice lhat 0   B  An,ierson, or  more 0r  less.
Ij, crashing     smelting,  Jrilimp .Vancouver. B. C, occupation, jeweler. ADOLPH O. JOHNSON,
rilling ��� anv  Other  opera-  ^tendl  to  apply    for    permission  to per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
.   :'' "'"��� '   'y be adapted <"" purchase    the    following      described      Dated June 6th.  1909.
Ik leas.   - W for or in con    ands:	
Ite wi.    ��� ..   other  purposes for      Commencing at a post planted in a ' ������-
I'' or    electric    power    ma]1 bay OQ nQrth shore o( ___errv ls-   New  Westminster   Land   District,  Dis
trict of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the  following   described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1169. thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
A fine bunch for
*   Swell Dresser
choose from
V ' -e-pilred.    (gl  *'or  ,and    dated   June  4th    19().j       Apply
|IS_ing wati -   and   water    power
ng  for the  whole island, containing
���tnii. e for application and dis- 100 acreg m0TV or iess
by er- ting dams. Increasing
|_.  . _ in    any    existing
|Wy .��:���.������ -xtending tho ar.-a
IfWf, divert the  waters of any
|ltm_i. pond 0 ike into any other
jthti. or cl Is,  laying or e-rect-
I . ��y :i'.. ime, pipe or wire
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per  S.   H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
District of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, or  thence aorth to coast,  thence follow
['" ��� .wavs"Vserv"otT. Vancouver..    B.    C, oceupation, tody, fag the coast line    to  point of com-
m_d.ir' weir   wheel     huildine     or Intends to apply for permission to pur- |mencement.
*ertr_.lon or work which n_-y be chase the  following descriled^ kmds:
K��d In connecUon with the lm- vComm'nc'���� a!/J_S_._ u__d a
ks and use of the said water the north shore of K la ol sta WgJ^
lad water dow��- or hv alterlne re- smal> '��laad south of Tnraer island.
*.. -Sg tnp o'ng rlpalr- Dated Ju.e ��th 1909. Applying tor
KoriMlnta.'r.   ... __*  works,  the whole island,    40 acres  more or
WILFRID  DOUG ALL.
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
anv such  works,
IJWiy part thereof
HNCOUVER   P. WER   COT.,   LTD.
I Stoat.rei  F   H.  w.  Hope,    A.  E.
Beck, Dtreotors
J. V An nrong, Secretary.
..    p 0  Address  Vancouver, _���-���
iwi of the Vancouver Power CoT.
Ud.]
e_s.
DORA  ANDERSON.
P_r S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1999.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
Ja . notlc.. that an application has
��� "l;"1" to regi ter Annie Ryder
IAY\ "' '"" simple, under a tax
I_u_ fr":u ' ;;'-v A- Fletcher to
y 1 y,,T bearln8 date the 13th
Clartf0''' V1,i;,0fi. of all and
ol hli hat c',,',;li11 Parcel or tract
��ndtl!nd pr,eralw= s'tuate. lying
.e.nYs ln "!" district of New
jplnster, n the Province of Brit-
known .!,'. rnore Particularly
BockY ?i d/8"lbed as Lot 83,
4; Lot   1   . * V '''   ,,; a,)|l IT. Block
J*M5i,',. "' and v'- B1��ck 6'.
Is q;''1- 13 and 2D. Block 9; Lots
13a_nV', ',1"1' V1- ^ts 4. 6. 12.
���Ml III, YA 1;; Lo'�� 1. 8. ����� "
H,Bioc?.k.4; '"'ls 1. 8. 9, 16 and
t!uS 1 i\��V'5* and ao.fiiocu
W ����� Block'oi16 ilui 17- Block 1S'
^ 2'V. r.l,L, ' a11 subdivisions of
K������_s2te.     Lo's 10. 11. 12, 13.
81 and 3TnP,1: U>,a 24. *:'- 26   27,
Block
9,16
Re part (1 acre) ot southeast quar-
iter of section 12. township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas  prtof of  the loss of certificate of title aumber 1757a, issued in
ithe nam. of William Oleson, has been
District of Coast  Range Ose. 'filed In this efflee.
Take  notice   that  John    Olses,  of p    Notice Is a*reby _ ven that I MUU.
VteSSlS B   Cih iccupatien. far.ervat the expiratie^10   one month   ���
intend,  to  apply   t.r P*��Wi�� �� ^J^iLftL!___2?2S_�� 5
purchaae    the    following
lands:
*&. rro
_s_*"sr5>-
Commendng  at  a  post  planted  in
bav at northwest    corner of    Davies
describe* !of ln a daily newspaper publit
the City of New Westm'nster, Issue a
duplicate of the said wrtificate unl��*
ln   the   meantime   valid   objection   be
!,Iand.     Dated   June   fith.  1*".'.  .Ap-jtuade to me in WtfttaS. ^^^
District. Registrar of Title;
plying for the whole island, containing 200 acres  more or less.
JOHN OLSE.N,
Per  S.  H.   KORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
District of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
ot Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore In a smaLl bay on
Compton taiand. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applylne for the whole Island,
containing SO acres more or l��j
RALPH JACOBSON.
per s. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909
Land   Registry   Offlce.
Plaster, B. C. August "
X,.w   West-
1909
'��� H 12 10.  ,V  1j0,s "i ���'��� *��� 0, 6,
:k<; Ut ii i.15 18' 19 a"d 2D,
"I^IilAAYf- Lots i.s.
2i):i
��nd 2o
Block
. Block v,
Bloc
QtouPl; loi
Lots 1, 8,
Lots 4, 5, 12,
'��� subdivision of Lot
nY-��YA\Y" A B1O0k 4. or Lot
Yon J,   ; "ap 171.
��n:?r,h"
any p.,;"11 **A
tu,
"iten
almlng through or
ntln A'  |),,rs""s claiming
JJ�� any   ,'   n". sai'l ^d l.v vlr-
TlAlIlYY'* tattnmmt,
���",n R��iJ vn   ' "'"1K a"y Uteres.
&W*?..   '"   d"^"��t.   whoso
Tls
registe
ar'��"Sflf iy!"1,11 under the pro-
t. reri"^"d ,��� 1':""1 Registry A ���! "
ZlYYY      A   '-^ cl^. of
District of Ooast  R_nee 0��*
Take  notice  that   Jacob  ���1*c<)D*3fla; I
of Vancouver, B. C. ^"P"110"- 5?'",
penter, Intends to apply   or J>"n"Y
sion to    purchase    the following de
scribed lands: ,.������__  nn
Commencing at a post plante,   on
the southwest shore of Mound 'a'a^ .
Dated, June 4th. 1909.     ApplytoR ^
the whole taiand, containing 80 v
more or leas. ������r<oMV
JACOB JAOOBBON,
Per 8.  H.  I'ORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 19(19
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
I
���t ��il
tn�� date of **��� W"-hln t0n day��
m to default ol'i'oiw
s notice
. "   "   fl'sl publication
THE
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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DAILY NEWS
! MAKE YOUR  APPcAL to the public
]    through the column, of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Pape1"-
Mr.   Swell   Dre.ser:
Good  grapes come from  gcod  vines.
Good clothes come from a good  store that  keps  good  clothes.
If you get one of our suits you will have one in style; right up
to the last tick of the clock.
We hav* a fine bunch of suits for you to choose from, and we
can   suit  your  taste.
$15.00 to $25.00
$15.00 to $25.00 will buy a suit from us that will make you feel
I  like a dude.
We are showing a very swell  range of Boys' and Youths' suits
ranging  from  $5.00 to  $15.00; plain and bloomer knickers.
I REID & CO.
I
Proper Clothes
for Men
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
I
.a
CHURCH   j
SERVICES   i
'���
r tills column must   be
elej hom d to, this office by
n  1 rl lays.   The c        on ot
'��� itlce fr >m this colum.
Indicates pint d , ooj y baa been turned
n by the pastor or other re.ponsiblu
;arty.)
  .1 J
Sunday,  September 26.
HOLY TRINITY���Rey. a. Stnld.ick,
rec'or. Holy communion, s a.m. Matins litany and sermon 11 a.m. Sunday-school at -'::;') p.m.; evensuig and
sermon, 7 p.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN-.
K��v. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Ser
Vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath.
school    aud     Bible    class   2:30    p.m.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESUVTEK1AN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
��'.. minuter     Servic.s at 11 a. in. and
7 p.m.;  Sunday   school  at 3:30 p.m.
KNOX  PR_S_YTERJAN   CHURCH,
���Rev.     E.     0.     Thompson.     M.    A,
pastor.      Public   worship:    Morning,
'pi.:  evening, 7 p.m.      Ulble class
: Sabbath school 2:30 p.m.. Y.P.S.
C E Tuesday, Xp.m.; prayer meeting   Wednesday, 8 p.m.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown, pastor. Ser-
vices at 11 am. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m. The pastor will
preach at both morning and .-vning
services. Morning subject, "Lessons
From Job's Hedge;" evening, "Pro-
gress Toward Victory."
WEST END METHODIST���Rev.
Jam.s Calvert, D.D., pastor.���Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Clas3
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.; Epworth League Monday
at ti p.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
KS. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. _*4 7 p.m, Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth league ou Monday
evening at 8 o'clock.
ST. PAUL'S REPORHED EPISCO-
-���AL���Rev- A. _eB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a._u. aad 7 p.m. Holy Cora-
muniou first Sunday in the month after morslag service. Prayer meetif.g
on Thursday at 7:^0 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Services 11 am. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 pm.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 o'clock.
SALVATION ARMY���Services wlll
be conducted in the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows- 11 a.m., Holiness, 3 p.m., Free and Easy meeting;
7:30 p. m., Salvation meeting .
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth atreet, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Class meeting, 1.
a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.; Sunday
school, 2:30 p.m.; Service at 7 p.m.,
Midweek prayer meeting, Thursday,
7:45 p.m. Holiness meeting Tuesday
at 7:45 p.m. T. H. Marsh, pastor,
71$ Queen's avenue.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
CHURCH���Benjamin Sand, pastor.
Sundav service,  11  a.m.,  I.  O. O.  F-
hall.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. aad Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
BURaNABY MISSION���Pastor, Rev.
Frederick Carpenter. Services as
follows: East Burnaby, Sunday
.chol at 2 o'clock; preaching service
at 3 p.m.; young people's service at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer serviee at
8 p.m. West Burnaby, Sunday Bchool
at 2:30 and preaching at 7:30.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
Now Is the time to get your Sewing Machine for your fall sewing. I
have a complete stock of Singer,
Wheeler & Wilson. Our prices are
the lowest, for cash or monthly Installments, don't purchass until you
get our prices and terms
We have pianos, organs, and talking machines and records. Victor,
Burliner and Bdlscu, all on easy
terms.
For the next ten days we will seir
a talking machine for $1 down and $1
a week.      Popular sheet music.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW WESTMIN8TER, B. C.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILti l^KWS.
SATURDAY,   SEPTEM
BER  25
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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
|Hot Time
*    IS   MOST   OVER   THIS   YEAR
Wt> trust you wlll
find it convenient
to rigidly inspect
our line of heating
stoves before you
buy, as we feel positive We can please
.mui in price, Quality mid style.
��� Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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which is a very
soft touch on the
contents of your
purse. It is a thing
you always need,
and as big prices
are on a vacation
we can offer these
at a reduced rate.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Wifcliazel Cream
We also have all   kinds of complexion   creams  and   skin  foods
at
MUIR'. DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER. B. C.
CALL   AND   SEE   OUR   BIG   STORE
FILLED WITH  LITTLE PRICES.
ll   PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
BUSINESS
SCHOOL
with a knowledge of the latest methods, this school is prepared to lead
the students placed in its eat. by the
shortest road through the m t thorough course to a desirable goal. SYSTEM lts watchword; PROGRESS its
goal, and  HONOR, Its trade mark.
Both   day  and  evening classes are
now being conducted.     Call or write.
A.  L.  BOUCK,  Principal.
610 Columbia Street
Everything for t_e garden at iiuys
phone 184. "
.lohn Oliver, ftf. P. P., wns a visitor
ito 'he city yesterday.
Another large consignment of fivs'.i
chickeias.   P. Burns <t  Co.       820 tl
Vidal & Bacchus, Storage, .Market
���'Square.    Phone 475. 213-6.
A good supply of fresh nnd smoked
flsh; also oysters, at Benson Hi Ay-
ling,   Begbie  street. 2-1-2
T. Reynolds, an Old army man, was
arrested by the police yesterday ;||"l
will face a charge of supplying liquor
to a man placed under the Slwash
act.
II. C. E. U. city ami Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for tli,. accommodation of the New Westmin
ster people attending the horse races
in Minoru park, Lulu island. Th
last Bapperton car will leave l'1" o1'
flee at 11:30 p.m., and the city car y
ll :20 p.m. **
New   .-room    cottage,    modern, ou
Durham  street,    near  Fourth.    Price
$1300;   $200    cash,     balance  $15   per
month.       White,   Shiles    &    Co.,  628
I Columbia streei, city, **
Another shipment of stee) amounting to 6.,036 pounds, valued at $2'.i]l.
was shipped froji the Cana la Foundry Company, Toronto, for the l-*"1'1
island ib*"idge i*i September li and
la expected to arrive daily.
Bargain days at P. Burns fi Co.
Friday  and Saturday. 220 tf
Why wear other leather when Hercules win wear three times as long'.'
Sold only on shoes supplied at W. E.
Sinclair.
Rob     Stevenson's     whole   stock   of
boots  and   shoes     to     be   sold   off   ill
'thirty days. 219-
Tbe steamer Transfer will hereafter leav,. the Rrackiuati-Kcr wharf
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
'points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
[Instead of al 3, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra return
trip arriving in tlie city in the even- '���.
lng. Trips will be made to Steveston as the business warrants. *��
Two drunks were the only offender-;
jto occupy the time of Magistrate Cor-
Iboulil iti the police court yesterday.
I Both received the usual fine, and
were permitted to go with a caution
j not to return.
For first-class cut flowers and  any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies' :
Grc-elihouse, R20S. ������
Vidal & Bacchus. Customs Brokers.
Market   Stairs.       Phone   -17..       212-ti
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Re 14-100 acres of portion of section 21, block 5, nortii range 6, west
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number f>6.J7F issued In
the name of Island Ixidge No. 24, I. O.
O. F., has been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby givim that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
,the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the  c't>'   of  New  Westminster,  issue
a   duplicate   of    he   said    certificate,
unless  in   tiie   meantime  valid  objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,   New  Westminster. B. C,  September 9. 1909-
TENDERS WANTED.
Tho:*r    l_orouleu    col,
Sinclair's slK>e store,
played   In   his   window.
slioes  are  n*
They m_- dis
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.
Tenders wlll 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
unsuing year.
The lowest or any tender not nec-
essarilv accepted.
AV. A.  DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Citv Hall, New Westminster, Sept.
21, 1909,
������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
X   1IIL IYiADE IN SOUTH BEND JxAIN VjL X
Close to the new Vancouver cutoff
carline. on T,iath avenue, w... have
several choice lots that we can sell
for $25 down, balance $lu monthly.
Price $275. White. Shiles Ai Co.,
628   Columbia   street,   city ����
Wanted,    apprentice  to   thoroughly
learn printing end of newspaper busi-
,ne.-s.      Apply in own  handwriting C.
A. O.. P. O.  Drawer 29, City.
The annual inspection of the arms
!and equipment of the local companies
of the Sixth Regiment D.C.O.R.,
will be held at the local armories on
���October 2S. by the district armorer.;
Tlie drill season will not open in
i this city until about that time, in order to clear the exhibition dates.
p !
Vidal  &.  Bacchus, Customs Brokers
and  warehousemen, have moved into
their new  and  commodious    quarters'
in    tlie    Thomson    buililing.  Market
, Square,   'plione  47_. 212-6 :
j    Security���That is  the   factor  in  a
isafety deposit vault.      Ours are absolutely   perfect   In   this  regard.       You
(may go away and leave your valuable ; |
papers in  these vaults with  tlie feel-
j ing of  perfect security.      No  Injury
lean coiae from fire, from floods, from
'burglar   or   any   other   cause.       Isn't   |
'it   worth   something   to   you   to   have1
that feeling of perfect security?    nonunion Trust Co., Ltd., T.  R.  Pear-1|
son.    manager      New      Westminster
branch.
.Just   Arrived, a   Full
Line   of
Cheap.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster .
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Buy orchard  lands   wblle  'hey  are j
cheap and become Independent.     We
are the official agents of Tin.. Western i
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Lei '
urATiur   CTm;rc   2 us te" you allOIU their choice holdings!
t_t_Alli\__   -lUVLa. J at Appleland.     A now  townsite and
fruit district along tli,. line of th. \
B. C. Electric Chilliwack lin(J and V.
V. & K. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway.
This section excelJs in the production
of all fruits. Come at once wlilkj the
best lands are selling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense.
We can s.ll five, ten, fifteen and
twenty acr0 tracts ou easy terms. .
J. Hart & Co., Lid. �����
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FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colombia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
f���~~+*���*++*+4��+*mf���m������m4������^
j Snaps in Lots
UNE.^S' JERKS'  C0RNER~5 M'NUTES T�� 8IX���  ^ CAR
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE���6fi��l_., *cct.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER Rlv|R;  |_30oT TERM-. '
,    2   LOTS,   NEAR  MOODY PARK;   $600;   TERMS.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
IF. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
!
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������nnI
Ready for Your Fall Requirements
in
Draperies, Blankets, Bedding, Etc.
A subject that's of particular interest to home-lovers, boardinc-
house keepers, restauranteurs, etc.
New Bedding For Fall.
A   COMPREHENSIVE    SHOWING OF YOUR NEEDS ALONG THIS LINE EMBRACING EVERY A
CLE  OF GREAT COMFORT.      THERE IS NOT A STORE IN THIS   SECTION   BETTER    pd._�����--     _l
TO SUPPLY YOUR  BEDDING   NEEDS  THAN   WE.       EVERY
NECESSARY   BIT   OF   BEDDING���PILLOW CASES, SHEETS,
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 l&_
LEADERSHIP   IN   THESE LINES. J'
_
FALL IS ALMOST HERE.      NOW   IS THE TIME TO  BE-
i V,vv
GIN    PREPARATIONS   FOR   THE   COLD    NIGHTS    OF   WIN-   \
TER.       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.
Merc are 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 thai Indicates a few of the genuine
values in our immense
stock. Note tlie lines al
th:s special price, 35c, or
:; pair for $1.00
Women's Embroiders <i
Black Cashmere Hose in
several colors of stitching;
sizes 8 1-2 to 10 inches.
Women's Heavy Ribbed
Cashmere, wits double 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
6 to 9 1-2.
Boys' Heavy Worsted
Hose;    a      fine    BchOOl       ho.O
made from heavy black
worsted; all sizes, (J 1-2 to
10 Indies.
Children's Fine Ribbed
Cashmere; _ complete rangr
Of sizes In tan, cardinal,
cream and black; several
siyles including the famous
"Little Darling  Hose;'' sizes
4 to C  1-2 inches.
Women's Fleece-lined Cotton  Hose;   also  heavy plain
cotton   hose;   all   sizes.
See the special table d's-
play in the hosiery section;
nil one price; 35c, 3 pair
for $1.00
APRON   GINGHAMS
A splendid assortment of
Arpori Ginghams, extra wide
widths, blue and white
check without border and
stripe, and checks With bordered edge. Prices I rom
per yard.   .   . .12 1-2. to 25c
A  NEW  SHIPMENT  OF
WHITE   FLANNELETTES
in all width, and weights,
30 to 36 iiiche__ wide, Prices
per yard   15c to 30c
BLOUSE    FLANNELETTES
An extraordinary showing
of blouse flannelettes in ail
the latest stripe effects,
plaids, checks, polka dois
������unl figured patterns im all
the popular shades of blue,
cardinal, brown and paisley
patterns and light stripes.
Prices per yard from 12i/2c
to    35^
Wrapper Flannelette; a
new lot of extra heavy flannelette suitable for wrappers In brown, cardinal,
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 20c to 35c
STRIPED
FLANNELETTES
New fall flannelettes suit-
aide for- night gowns, pyjamas, etc., wide and narrow
Stripes, light an,| dark colors; prices per yard 15c
to 25c
Sp.cial showing ot Blankets and Bedding In house
furnishing   department.
BLANKETS
White wove Blankets, all
sizes from $3.75 up.
A good Bervlceaible Blanket, double bed fcize, In pure
white; a special at ��������� .$4.00
Others Up to $9.00
We stock a beautiful sott.
pure wool rilanket With
heavy soft knap in white,
and grey only; slzes 6, li, 7,
8 and 9 pounds; juices are
from $5.50 to $9.50
COMFORTERS
Big line of Oomforters
with pretty assorted covers,
sizes 60r72, 66x72 and 7.x
78, tilled with pure white
filling Price. $1.50 to $5.00
A Special line of Comforters���Celebrated Maish Comforters (American mad.).
with absolutely pure while
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 Sate.n
and Silk Covered in assorted
colors. Paisley covered extra filled in red $5.00
Others from $5.00 up.
FLANNELETTE   SHEETS
In 10|_, ill, 12(4, white and
grey, pink anil blue border.
Prices $1.25, $1.60 and $2.00
Flannelette Sheeting. ii8
inches   wide   In   white     and
grej.  per yard    40c
Flannelette Cloth, 72 in-
wide iii white only, suitable
for blankets, per yard.$1.00
WINDOW  DRAPERIES
While and cream madras.
30 to 60 Inches wide, white
4n Inches wide pretty conventional design at, per
yard    40c
Cream, 54 inches wide in
stripes, floral and pretty
conventional designs, per
yard 40c, 45c and 50c
Curtain scrims and art
muslins, 10c, 12i/2c 15c and
20c.
Colored madras in pretty
combination of black ground
and red designs, brown and
black, etc., and the dull
pretty shades*, 35e, 50c 60c,
75c and   $1.00
72 Inch Brussels curtain
net, plain white, per yard
only 35c and 50c
QUILTS
White and ci     i I  in all
sizes
White     Quill comb,
from $1.00 up to ......$2.50
Crochet  Quilts,  white   I
size.$1.25    up   to      $1.65
Colored Qu.lt, from $1.00 up
*0 $2.25
.Special   price   Wi     nil'.-  at,
each  $1.00
TOWELS
Never before havi
such values in lowi Is,
Splendid  Turkish  towels In
���both   brown    and   wilte, at
special   price,  eai 1 25c
Per pair   50c
Extra      heavj     towels   in
brown and while i a< h    35c
To hotel anni boarding
house keepers we offer n-
ceptlonal valu- 9 (n linen
towels and linens ol all kinds
Our large stock enables m
to supply all demi n Is at a
moment's notice.
TABLE   LINEN
7. inch table linen, pure
bleached, small designs; also polka dots, per yard
only. . .. $1.25, $1.75 $2.00
-Napkins  to match.
66 inch, ditto, ditto, per
yard   ...  ' 75c to $1.15
SNAPS   IN   UNBLEACHED
LINEN
60-in.   wide  Regular 65c yd.,
now    50c
6tMn. wide Regular 6O0 yd-,
now   ���   ',5c
6(l-m.  wide  Regular 50c yd.,
now       .. .35c
Table Kelts in Bliade. "r
red, green, blue, black,
white and terra cotta,
SHEETING
Large slock of both white
ami unbleached sjeetlng.
\\'v can recommend ill
sheeting bought from us :|p-
W6 carry nothing but ""'
good old reliable k ud, s '
sheeting from 25c a yard up
PILLOWS.
Both    feather    and
and   also   stuffed
floss from.
wn
ilk
$1,00 to $3.00
PILLOW SLIPS
Special      value   in    >,'��*
Stitched   pillow  sl'!'s'    "
English    cotton    and w"r"
any  time  35c  each;   selMUS
now for, each  . ��� ���  	
Large stock of I'lai" W*
med slips and sheets ngu
in stock.
VV. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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