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FIRE
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|TE SHILES & CO
WHn^ESTM.N-ER,  B. C.
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FaIssionary
wc
1.0 THIEF
APPEALS AGAINST
ASSESSMENT FOR SE. tH
Honor
inds J. E.
Burglary.
Judge
Loyle
way
Guilty
ILE COMPANY    '.EXTEND WHARVES TO   j
ACQUIRES COAL AREAS1 ACCOMMODATE LINERS
-
ol thi    ���
Itedol   ���
|e(|y Hie hisi
���
ribern
.1 burglar
.  church
lames  Ed-
inty coun
Eighteen  Cases    Will    Be     Heard  by
Court of  Revision on First  Stre.'t
Sewer  System.
I ������������������������ IA
Ic ""  _
,i Y i li :;ik""
the mor. "  r"��r'
Honor
faced '  : "*     M
��� Mil:- entence
,--l ol his pasl
ictvr.
Eighteen appeals have been |i .
against the assessment for tbe Flrsl
street sewer sewer s.'.stem. and  wlll
be  heard   this     morning   by   the
council sitting as a court of r< ������ li
The ooai of the work win  bi
$42,000, and   the   engineering   depart
menl has made good progress durii
the past few weeks so tar a~ possl
[though up to the presenl uothing aaa
beeti done with the outfall, which will
Ibe taken down the bluff below Albert
crescent Into the river.   Some ol the
appellants object  that  the city   .1
; pay   a   larger   share   th,.n   about   one-
fifth as owners of the valuable frontage of Queen's park, which might be
sewered to First street. Among thos
registering  appeals   are   .limes   Cunningham,  Margaret  CrelgbtCU,  N    lt.
Brown, S.   ..   Montelth,  D.   S,   Curtis,  L.   A.     Lewis.    T.   .1,   Lewis,  J.
Sawyer,  Charles   Eagles, W.   K.   Mitel],   Catherine  McABkill,   W.   J,   Sipprell,  K.  Sawyer,  C.   Bartley,   H    A.
Bourne.  Bessie  Lawrence    and  Bella
Blrrell.
Confi ...  of
From Seattle-Oonsidera
tion of $1,000,000.
Big Deal; Work Commences Tomorn
iw
S. Briggs.
Merchant.
It! SEE GRAIN
SHIPPED VIA COAST
Prominent   Eastern Gram
Regards  New Westmin-
MODERN PENEl* S
GRSTTHEIRta
-  .
a ,'    21    One of the  big
In Nor! ern coal lands
on  Market  Duck     Add
tions at Brunette Mills.
ster as  Coming  Port.
u":1-    n the ext, nslon 0| thi   mai
k.'t   wharl   ln order t nmodati
- a    was    brought  to  large oci in vessi Is
t  todaj ..    James   A    Moore. ��]  tomorrow   with
I :"~"l' Irondale Stei . Com- pl
the    purchase  by : wm Use 125 PI ei
'   _   Law   the S. n '     _���,
i be  work   was  authori.. |   bj   th<
citj  coui cll ,ii  Monda.   evei ing am
�� ill  I min n.
Ihe arrival ���l tin
"There  sei m    everj
lleve  thai   grain   fro
l-i all li -   �� ib   i e   shlppc
.  li.  '  -1 ii.-d  C   S    Hi Iggs
grain bu; > i <>f Kc .   Ifork
rea sen  t..    e
ib.   Canadian
1    bj    the    I'll
lonii. rlj   p.
and now of
Commander and
Dr.  and
mil
Mis.
Mis.
Pearj
Cook
>at Last Reunited.
:k.    We
the new
I
'
'
1                     1
Bench Su'vs  Up.
. . the prison-
.      lI-.-'l.   tlle
in: coui ed  :i---   right
..ud present-
rown, an action
|e|  , :.   his  sum-
... His    Honor
doubt of "ie
- case,   it
, thai   th,.  house  of
gveley at 1: ���'��� as robbed.
tolen were
in ,ii,. p ig -    on ol the prison-
���      a   man   of  111-
;ece and once In thi   m sslonary
:...��� story of
up iu Ben.ai >    Back    whlcj
tlie presumption thai Benjamin
the cup. Thi presumption m
case ������'.i '      prisoner was
urglar,
Defense Was Weak.
lv   esl  -i ������ l   "  pul   forward   was
ai an Indefinite time, Loyle had
the good e bu sb near the
ind thai he had conn.'
lhe second la. and finding them
Here ba I I iken them away.   Ac-..
the prisoner,"1   the   evening   there   came   a   heavy
FISHING REMAINS
POOR IN TOE RIVER
Some   Fishermen   Got    Good    Catches
Yesterday, But Average Was Small
���Few Cohoes.
The fishing Vi the FraWr river is at
a very doubtful stage the H*h running very erratically. Mctaday afternoon there were few good catches
made even at the mouth of the river.
._ ���- his own atory
:.- ' duel
of an hon-
tCoatiujp'
in  Page  Two;.
ITION MOUNDS
ER PREPARATION
n*i of sockeyes lasting partly through
the night. Yesterday the sockeye
catches throughout the day varied
greatly, although good fishing was reported during the evening from the
mouth.
At the city and upper parts of the
river, large quantities of humpback.
were again being caught, only females
being saleable, at three cents each.
A few sockeye. and cohoes were
i. rought lu and sold at fifteen cents.
|;s Working   to   Make   Ready   for
Jig Far���Many Applications for
Space In Buildings.
REMEMBERS ROYAL CITY.
I"' -"��� b( ing made at the
������ although the pro-
|W ���'������ ��� 1 ies not open for
weeks. The race track has
plowed up, then rolled, and is
in mucl ������������-. condition, and
chain gang is at work on
'"'��� ��� ��� od clearing them up.
1 new : building i_  well
f'���������'������ ��� ���   I be ready  for oc-
Jation Bhortly. The Dominion natal.., Andrew Halkett, has arrived
^arrange the exhibit Applications
��pac(. are coming steadily, and
petal firms wl uever sought them
pe have taken up the nece38ary
_"������- The offices of  the
t!   .men) were moved up on  Month'' bonlc  communlca-
l�� witt. ��� ���
Captain J.  L. Card  Is Now Settled In
Old   Nova   Scotian   Home.
Ed. Goulet has received a letter
from Captain J. L, Card, who with
Mr9. and Miss Card left for his old
home In Nova Scotia some weeks ago.
Mr. Card stated that he was safely
settled at Centre Burlington, N. 8.,
and that he had had a very pleasant
trip east. Mrs. Card was slightly
, .,. Jll on the way. but at the present
"time of his writing had fully recovered. Mr. Card wished to be re-
mmbered to all his friends In this
city.
himself
Pram isi o   < a] italist,   ol   20.50U   sere*
im. :��� lan l on Graham
Island in  - Columbia. Tl .   land
'��� taken over from a Y _ *, oi _ syn
dicate whii h a year ago il ought the
operl om Messrs, WUson, Todd,
Irving ai d thi i Bcanclei . ol Vic
toria, The term, ol the pun .. i ���
are within Id bul the price pa i by
Moore an i ..:... i- authorltatlvelj
stated ��� Ing in    the  vicinity ol
$1,000,000. li is understood thai the
propertj will form part or the assets
ol  the  Irondale Stee] Company.
Finest Coal on Coast
In    discussing    the    purchase  Mr.
Moore Bald today:
"Prof, R,  W.  Ellis, geologist ol the
Canadian    govei nmi nt,    sprat   I hi ee
moths in examining this  land al  the
direction  of  the  governmenl   and   In
liis official report i.ieieon stated thai
this   body   of  coal  land   wa_   beyond
question the lines i  bodj  of coal land
in  the Pacific oasi.     The coal, he
stated. Is a bituminous variety of superior grade with im per cent, fixed
carbon,  high   In   volatile  matter and
very   low  in ash.      (Hie  vein, Seventeen feet in thickness without waste,
slate  bone or other foreign substances,   is  recognized   Iby    coal experts
throughout Canada as being the Bnestl
body of clean coal  in either British
Columbia or the stale of Washington,
lt   has   even   been    pronounced   finer
than  the  famous coal  fields  ol   Vancouver Island;"
Contains 100,000,000 Tons.
"Prof. Ellis estimates 'his tract to
contain 100,000,000 tons of i'*ie coal.
Tesis have proved H equal to Pocahontas coal for cooking purposes.
Aside from the domestic and steam
purposes to which wo will devote this
coal a large portion Of tae tonnav
mined will be converted Into coke
and used In the Bteel plants iti British Columbia, which will be auxiliary
to our main stevi plant at  Irondale
"Aside from the 100,000,000 t<��is ot
coal the land has timber which has
been thoroughly cruised and found to
contain the enormous aggregate of
500,000,000 teet Of standing timber.
Kvery tree more than two feet In
diameter has ibeeai listed and the re
port BhOWg as fine a body of spruce,
Iir and cedar as can be found In the
Pacific Northwest. The land is
crown granted and Is, therefore free
from taxation and export tax.''
the co iti ici  lei ic Vt    \   Gilley, who
Immediatelj  placed an ord, i  foi   I
pllei i _e wharf, win,!, is 300 feel
In length, will I e extended ten to, I
1 ��� ' er Into the river, providing a
dei ��� ol n ii / than fortj feel ol
wai r, _a oon ag th .^. work v done
UK- i anadlan Mi Mean lluera ��ill make
this pori a regular pori ol call, tj
In* up ai  the market   ��liai I
The Brunette sawmills, wh' re then-
Is usually a quantltj of freight I
shipment by vessels ol the Canad
lan Mexican line, i also pn paring to
extend the wharves al the mills, but
In length noi width There Is already
plentj ol water at tue present wharf
imi the hig vessels have only been
able to  load  into one  hold.
To Lengthen Wharf.
Mr, Gilley has ben, awarded tin'
COI li acl lor 111, i ui -li uction "I phi ad
dltlonal 200 feet, which will iv.i :
both holds lo lie used al the same
time, thu�� greatly facilitating the load
tag. The Brunette saw-,,nils companj
will supply Iheir ow,, biles, and or
de.a have alreadj been m-ui to the
camp ai the I.illooei river to have a
Bufflcieni number cut, Work wil] be
commenced Immediately the material
.'ini-,.-; i ii  lhe scone.
Sa ihvllle   I'enn . and a via ti i in the
i ity xest, idaj
Mi Hv; i ��� i olnted out thai the Pa
��� in. . oa ii had evei s advantage not
oni;, iii ii,,. ia. i thai tli. watei route
to Europe wa moie d, s rable than
ibe  mil  route,   but   because  tm      i\
niilllb     ill   Hie   Near   lh,.   coast    would
have  'lie  advantage   in   rate i,   while
for    the   "tiler    six    month',    the   , ale
would   In'   the   same
Mi Briggs showed greai Interest in
ilie city and 'be wmk be ng d<iie
here, ami in reply m a qui -lion a_ to
Ms opinion of the city's prospeel he
i"foiled lo ih,. purchase ol Aim p. I -
Island by railway Interests, and |" the
greai inierest being taken ii, the cltj
_y capitalists ai the pre -mi Mine
NONARRIVAI. OF SPAN
SI OPS WiiKK ON ilRIIII.1
Contractors   For   Lulu    Island   Causeway  Await  Arrival  of  Steel   Parts
From the  East.
Rev. c. .1. Leonard in charge of
Holy Trinity Parish in Lie absence of
Rev A. sbiidriek. th.. rector, gave '���'
soei.tl gathering in his rooms lasi
evening to the male members ol the
congregation. In order to become
mor,. lalliar personally with them.
The guests _peni a pleasant time lu
the reverend gentleman's apartments
In the Burr block. Aimng those
present were T. S. Annandale, K -I -
llpp i, .1. .1. Jones, ll. .1. A. Burnett,
ll T. Kirk, and atncug those contributing to -.11��� ��� program Included ll
Dl ivy, It. T. Prince, Frank Gardiner and I Bury Morey, tin
p mist, as well pop the host.
the
i wing
HOLMES MOST FACE
CHARGE OF MURDER
The fire department has been Big-
iipilly free from calls thla month
Three weeks of it have passed by
without a call, a testimony to the
comparative safety of thlg city tat recent years from troublesome outbreaks, one which Bhould be drawn
tii the attention of the Mainland
Hoard of Underwriters Ip fixing the
tariffs for the city.
"If we had iiii the mail rial o-, the
ground today, we could complete the
bridge I,, three week time easily,
said superlntiindeni Murraj In charge
of the construction or the new Lulu
inland bridge, yesterday,
But th��' material la nol here, nulla there yel anj certalu knowledge
when it will be here   The machinery
for the operation of the swing Span
has been (hipped bul II wlll be several days before it arrlvea p"ul 1*1 the
meantime work Is suspended ou
livening of the girders of tb
span.
Work could be proceeded with for
accom- permission has becu received trom
I Ottawa to close navigation tor such
time a! la necessary in order to com
plete lie' swing. Mr Murray, how
ever, Is loth to do this until the ai
rival of the machinery, since ll would
entail the closing or i,,e north arm
channel for six weeks or moie iii
stead of two,
The chl.f trouble, however, lies In
tin. fact thai the .rackets which are
to carry the walks aa the bridge have
not yei bee,, made, i.i alone Bhlpped,
and until these arrive, the bridge can
not be completed.
New   York.   Se, 1       In    Kir.leu. [_
\ Cook, .1 . overe, ol the North
Pole sei fool u| on ' he shores of his
native land todaj   foi   the  (Irs,   time
in   mor,    ib.11   tw��    v   i|       ,n.l   was   recorded  an    ovation     !   thou
hi   . .mmi v nmi     The rei eptlon  waa
one of the mosi notable   n the hi
Ol    \. w     \ oi || . -,,,.���   .   name    i .    OD
everj  tongue In the greai metropi ll
todaj  end  he is Indeed the man ol
the hour.
l'he   scene   as    Dr.      Cool,    WS|    wv|
coined bj his tamilj and friends was
one long iii be remembered brom
5 o'ekx l> i hla morning the explore) In
tei mlttentlj pai ed the saloon de< k,
plai Ing ins marine glasses to his
eye and wati litiig m, i j tug and
othei v v. i �� ii, I, approached to see
whether h. could oh erve ble wife on
the de. i. of the i rati
Greet.   Mis Wife.
\i one moment he though) h,> saw
hli wife on a small tug.     lie raised
his hai   and    waved    11       Then   he
I washed dow,, to the walsl 0! the j|p u
where    !|    temporarj    companlonwaj
.had   been    rigged   to   p"iuiit   him   to
descend   lo   the   tUg    healing   hig   wife
i This, however, was a false alarm and
ihe explorer    returned   to the  tipper
deck.
At lust the rlghl tug wag dimly
outlined through the mist and Or.
rook springing to the cotnpanionway,
leaped aorosg the intervening stretch
of water to the tug 11*11 dashed up
to the hurricane deck where his w-lfe
was waiting for r,ilm. waving the stars
and stripes The returned explorer
look he, 1,1 his arms without a .ln-
gi.. word passing between them,   Dr.
Cook broke the stlenee.
"Where are the I I,Hill')tt." lie
asked.
His wife did 1,"i  reply bul led h'm
(Conilimed  on   Page  Four).
HERD OF IlilliS TRAMPLES
KHUN. FARMER TO HEATH
NATURALIST ARRIVES
TO ARRANGE EXHIBIT
An open meeting of the Royal Tem
plars of Temperance will be held this   Pre|iminar    Hearlng
evening  in    the  R.  T.   of    'I     hall. \
- :
win  be  reopened
.Tv
I     -��� the
Mtot-.
Agricultural
aa.  greatly
e\   _
There will be a short preliminary 1
meeting to which members only will j
be admitted, followed by an open
me-Uug to which all friends ot the '
order are cordially Invited. There
wlll be a program and refreshments
wilt be served in the course Of the
evening.
in   Carlson   Case
Will Commence in Nanaimo This
Morning.
Andrew  Halkett Will Take Charge of
Fisheries Display of Dominion Government at   Fair.
Principal Ki[.|>reii will entertaiu
the resident studentg of Columbian
college on Friday next at an al home.
Thv faculty win lie the host;-, the following Friday, when all studentg win
���he invited. On the game day, October I, the llt'Tiiry society Will hold
_, debate otl 1111 old theme ' lb solved
that bhe dead languages should be
optional  In  an  university course."
F'LGRIM IN  WHEELBARROW
RE3PFCT8 TO POPE
I
a man
68 yearg old,
who wag
, resence    01    the
Pope   rev.ive.1
morning  many
were g man of
I
h-
parrow.
It,.'. .  trom Modena,
:    pnshng  the
T      . ��� "' make the journev.
Klau, them most cor-
' 'or their
He pre-
"em    with a  sliver
MICHIGAN MAN HAS
THIRTY-TWO CHILDREN
Joseph   Tatro,   Wedded   Second
Time.
Was Father of Fifteen, W fe
Had
Twelve,   and   Five   Came.
Nanaimo, Sept, 21.���WUUam Holm".
under arri si on the charge of having
murdered Qua Carlson at his home cu
Hallburton streei In this city 0,1 the
night ol Monday, Beptember 13, waa
formally charged with the crin/e In
poUce court before Qeorg ��� Thomi
.1. P. at a spei 1 il slttiu ��� I esl night.
T.ie crown  wag repi������ tented by ���' ���
ll. 8lmsp_on, and C   ll   Bee rei r
appeared  In defence oi  tbe na a
'I be charge sim. I - '������
Carlson   .as   murdered   by    the
' The naturalist 'if the Dominion
departmenl of marine and fisheries,
Andrew Halkett, arrived yesterday
morning, and is registered at the
Russi 11 hotel. Mr. Halkett will have
charge of the Domlnlci. fisheries ex
hibli at the proviw Ial exhl iltlon,
which for the first time will be i"
rated iii ;i separate building. DOW ad
. mi Ing  toward completion
At the present time Mr, Halketl
not in a po iltlon lo   ny anything definite about the nai in  ���     he exhibit,
DIVINE SAYS MEN MAY
SMOKE DURING SERVICE
James  R.   Hosken   Employed by  Chas.
Carter of Chilliwack  Loses  Life
In   Horrible   Manner,
To Ik> trampled to death by a herd
of hogg was the horrible fate of
.linnet, it   Hosken oi Ohllllwack, s<u
or Rev Mr. Hosken of (reswell. Man-
Ibid. England,
Hosken    whs     in     tb"    employ  of
ciuiries  Garter,  a  farmer or chini-
wack, and on Hatuiilny of the pii't
week was engaged with .lis employer
driving a huge herd or hogs, gome
thing frightened 111" Blalmalg mid they
tinned rushing buck upon their drivers, curler managed to _��t out of
their way but Hosken wns knoek��>'l
down and ro luadly cut by thplr sharp
hooves thai before he OOUld be rescued he r.liu1 lOHl a areut deal Ot
blood.
He died yesterday as a r��9uit ot
the shock mid loss of blood. The
dead man was twenty-five years of
age. He was iininnrrled mid had
onlv bea.n lu Canada n short time.
Pastor     of       Dnyton,     Ohio,
Adopts  Unusual   Methods t<
crease   Attendance.
Church
,  Ifl-
cused ��� etween the hours of SI       1 ; except that the portion 01 the display     D
o.iii., Bepl   .'i    in
11 o'clock on I -     In 'I'*  '    :   of last year now reposing in packing stimulate interest   ki   tbe 1
:   1 ting  foi   men,  the  it'-1
W.  Cook,     rector    of
Iseutl,"" ���   iment.
1 :   th_m   wUh
legation
by Ch
UGLY CAMP INCIDENT
is That
Lansing, Mica.. Sept. 21.���What 1S
probably a record number of children
l_ One tamilj was located yesterday
through the receipt of a birth certificate in the secretary ot statev office
showing that Joseph Tatro, 68 years
old, living in I'inconntag township,
Bay county,  is  the  father of twenty
Pleading wa -���&, and the
q .���   i  of the cfoAia  for  a rerna:
til  W'ein..sday morning at 10 o'clock
noi   being opposed, tbe case was  a 1
de-alt  with.    The preliminary   he
will  therefore be commenced  ipfp'''r"
Magistrate  Yarwood  tomorrow.
wlll
Mr
bla
and
visit,   the   neighboring
a supply of spawn and
Man w��s   Slashed
,naman During Dispute
r*iUaE^.r'el1 k���wn ^ the city,
l^ian  IyY   "__!*   Ro>"a��  ��*
in. tx  . "- Saturday  suffer
Miss   Margaret.  Freeman   wa;,   married yesterday morning at St. Peter's
Cathedral   to  Wallace   Morris   by   the
Rev.     Father    Ma.llU.rd.     Miss   Alma
jchUdi-gi  and the stepfather of twelve  Howay acted as bridesmaid, and the
I others  making  a total    of  thirty-two be9t man m d. Gurney. of Vanc/.u-
living children ln the family. ver      The  honeymoon   will   be  spent
At the time of his marriage to Hat- ln the Pu?et g0und cities.
I tie Chabineau, Tatro had fifteen elU> _
'dren of his own while she had twelve., -
. ues  in tti"  Industrial  building
be the (oundat on or the dl pl
Halketl   win   make  Westminster
headquarters tor the next month,
will  probably
hatcheries for
other exhibits.
The Intention of the department Is
naturally to give special attention to
the salmon Industry as most strictly
representative of local Industry, but
all the fishes of the Canadian Pncifii
w.etr* wlll be exhibited, Including
halibut, sturgeon, herring nnd sole
Next y*>ar the exhibit will be completed.
order  tO
iftei noon
p
\
Battleships   Nearly   Completed
Washington.  Sept.    21.���The    Newport   News    Shipbuilding    Company.
ppiiiildiiig  the battleship  Helnwnre.  has
asked  'he nnvy depart menl  ror n. trial
itrip or the vessel tn October 80, The
probability is In view or the rapidity
With which t.i" vess'd Is being
'constructed thnt tbe ship will he delivered io the (jovernmenl gome
months ahead or contract nm" The
b ittleship North Dakota is ta a like
,- ,.���. of 1 ompletion ai Uie dook ol
lh" Fore Kiver Shipbuilding Oom
pal        ' mini v.   '.1 ���
CONFISCATED   IN   LAKE   ERIE
Episcopal    church    here,    announces
that    be    will   permii    BmoWng    dun.-   AMERICAN   VESSEL WAS
services.     Invitations i��ate b��en sen!
broadcael  risking tb,.  men  to attend
the Bjewtlugs, bring.ng their smoking
materials���ilther pipes or cigars.
The   Kev.   Dr.   Cook's   congregation
is encouraging the motwownt,
NANAIMO  MINERS
PLEASED   BY   CONDITIONS
cam*
made
Into
sa-shed hand. He
from Langl��y. and
implicating a Chin-
olu upiiu
Stace  then   they  have
!the list.     Tae father
Michigan.
added  five
is a native
of
Not One Killed in 27,000,000.
Chicago. Sept.  21��� The  ChlM?o
ft!
ixc   .
a st.r
��. cook
tesrthB
Th.   Y'Y "2 $ ^'nlu .......
m* *I"TA    ha(1    ^���n  doing -Northwestern     Railroad     ���"Y\e
"fictifjo Ur'a  ;i   B-   CER    con-' f��00.000   passengers    during  the  yeaJ
,tl-cam-, _a   ''  at    I-aangley    WhenienrtlnK -June  SO,  1909,  wtthOttt a s.n-
��" "���'���'YAlY.A^ an a�� was leftv^   life   being   tost,   accor -Un*  to   ���>���
'       the  man  claimed   Lo-ireb��rt Issued  by the  road yesterua .
lesUa 'Yi It, but the Ce-'The other  roads  that,  have thus  rar
" a disv 'nw'uin?  to give   it  up   ansiounced a. clear record of thi. kind
'  for a year  include the  Penns^
lhe Burlington and tin. Banta Fe,
German Socialists Decide
���    to   Which   It.   is
'i at  him w.th
W  'Ugly wound
.  '-"wn. and the po-
"' Royal Columbian
"mMr-      The    police
tnatter, having a
the Chinaman.
Bert'si, Sept.. 21.���A temper,.'
campaign which promises to have a
marked effect on the consumption of
alcohol In Germany has begun as the
result of :i .solution adopted at _th��
-. .    ,,:.t.s
Nnndlmo. B. C. Sept. 21.���At a
nipellng of the underground employees or the Western Fuel Company on
ShIutility evening, It was decided by
almost unanimous vote to renew the
present agreement between the col-
w_ m * lllprv   (.nipanv  and   Its     men      This
to tSecome I eetotalers n^pmmi l,ttB e*ls,*a ^rvwaumaiy
for the past two years and will main-
  I tain for a further period of two years.
I��ry owning noblemeh. who under the; The ballot stood 204 for renewal, 21
new revenue laws, enjoy special fav- ] against.
Erie. Vn, Sept 21.���The Batting
tug Ogle, owned by the Krlstone Kish
Co. of this city, which was captured
in Canadian waters yesterday, will be
sold at Port Dover. Ont., to the highest ibldder.
The captain and crew have been
released nnd will retuin to this city
citv.
tho boat was across the line and
consequently can lawfully be confiscated  by the Dominion government.
convention in Leipsir.
an
lir^Y;    . <    . tow
tl
'"
The charge  hrought.  by   thn  Mainland  I'nrterwrUers'  Board of Vancou-
ver. against. Manager McLellan. of ">
British Crown Assurance C'irponi:;vi.
has been dismissed.
resolution requires that the members
r ie party organUation. which nnm-
,etg 800,000 shal. abstain from hran-
. ,ad o��her highly alcoholic, hever-
i��e8 md that they shall try to dimiti-
,,li uhe i-onsnmptlon of these drinks
_v their iiompanions.
Though   -.iiiefly aimed at the aisiu-
ors ln the forms of rebates of taxes,
the measure Is supported nlso on social and hygbnlc ground.. It is approved iby the Independent press as
The th��> most important step yet taken to
check the misuse ot alcoholic drinks
In Germany. Should party discipline
prove sufficient to make the boycott
effective many distillers would be obliged to go out of business, as the
effect of a relatively slight reduction
ln sales will be the cancellation of
their rebate privileges,
Negotiations between the mlner.
commlttee and the colliery officials
have been ln progress tor some time.
A miners' committee meeting was
held Wednesday night, when an offer from the coal company to renew
the old agreement for two year, was
handed to the committee. This was
submitted at the mass meeting on
Saturday, which by the practical
unanimous vote, accepted the offer
and omna^-erea the committee to sign
Ithe agreehient.
Yesterday's hurricane wag general
throughout the Southern State's. At
Nashville, Tenn., the wind Is reported
to have reached a velocity of 55 miles
per hour.
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
SEpte_bErj
^fgBg"S-3-_a_ ��_��.
*T3 g_.gRCTB�� C!_T235S_�� ��E;
���
>ab.'
WANTED.
FOR   SALE.
TO  RENT.
LOST.
FOUND. HEAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
,_^v, 5   -'-^^ L
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
ase   fro
cessity   know  all
,.  . man had _.,d do���ars to se,, a   fifty cents and did not let the PeoP,e ^ anything -.it   he woo, not .,. JjJJ, �� ��* gjj^-j ^ Hav, JJ^^^��^
thin, of the va,uc you offer them i��� return for their money.      Too^any^h.ve^ot the *�������������* ^[/^".^  keep abreast  of the time..
BSHSSEESS C ^.rifVntH>__* Iirita_Mti'K_tfffl��
'-U. and
about us a
some.
ind our
WANTED���A    WAITRESS.     APPL-
Kenny's Restaurant.
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE ROOM
cottage furnished, near Lord Kelvin  school.  Apply 721   Princess   S> .
WANTED���TO
nished  house.
BENT,
Apply
A      l'Tl.
News  Ollice.
TO   BENT���THREE  SUITE   BOOMS
for  rent,  suitable for  small   family.
Apply on premises Hal]  & Laver.
block. -l7-:;
TO. BENT���COMFORTABLE. FUR-
nished bedrooms, reasonable terms.
828 Boya] avenue, 211H-H
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boys in B.C. Cigar Factory pu once.
WANTED���JANITOR  FOR SAPPER-
ton school. Monthly salary ?20. Applications received till noon of 27th
inst.      Robert  Lennie, secretary.
213-11. .
WANTED���HOUSEWORK IN FORK-
noon by Japanese hoy. Apply Japanese "    Mission,    Sapperton,    or
phone 201. 214j!
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply  this offlce. 	
TO LET ��� LARGE FRONT H_1J-
l-oom. Tul Agnes street, near Carnegie  Library. -ll7tl-
TO BENT���FUBNISHED ROOMS;
Term- moderate. Apply 713 Trew
street. 	
R. T. PRIXCK���AUDITOR AND AL'
countant (successor to C. Hamheri.
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office: Room 7.11am-
blv block, P. O. hox Tib. .
OR nil.' BEST VALUE IN GBO-
eerles, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. 0. Box SU.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local timer, w. B.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will bring hlm.
HAND STORE
WE   BUY
and  all
hand  .
offlce.
bLL Fl-KJKnJ
���   - near 12
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
WESTMINSTEB CARRIAGE SHOP-
R.    J.    McNeil.      Over    T.    Oven
blacksmith  shop  on   Eighth   Btrei '
Carriages  built,  repaired  and  painted.      All work guaranteed.
\V. N DBAPEB, B, C. LAND SI It
tveyor. Ellard block, New West
minster, B. C.
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
office. 216-tf
LOST.
LOST���AN ENGLISH SETTER DOC.
black and white. Answers to name
-Duke." Fnder please return to
p, W. Runacres, TU Queens Ave.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 250 V<iii HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Qamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stor,.
and "The Fair.'' Columbia street.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES &  CO.
Real   Estate  and  Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and  sunurban   property,
260' Columbia street.
MRS. J. A STANDISH, AN EXPER-
tenced and first-class dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14. Smith block, 02.", Columbia street.    A trial requested.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL Estate and Insurance. Phone 335. lt>6
Columbia street. P. 0. drawer 100.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE
one acre of land, on Queen's avenue and Eleventh street. Rent
twenty dollars. .Modern. Apply
to Mr! Brown at Gas Works.    212-4
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
PACHTC~REA.ltY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 49S. P. O. Box 8T4.
Real estate and Insurance. Money
to loan,  744  Columbia street.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R2TS- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and deliwred.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
Limited, Front Btreet, .New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and speciricat:011s prepared.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A. D.
Buchanan, P. O-, New Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE _ EDMONDS, HARRIS
: rs ami solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block. Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J. White.lde, H.
L. Edmonds.
STEN0^ J.    &   TYPewrh
FREEMAaN       LNTINQ
p. iii hon
HOOK
'J'O.Bo_6it
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
WANTED���TO RENT A COTTAGE
for man and wife, no children;
furnished or unfurnished, with
chicken house. Apply by letter to
"D," this offlce.
WANTED���TO RENT. 5 OR 6 ROOM
strlctlv modern cottage in good location. C. J. Culter, P. O. Box
10IC. 214-2
REAL   ESTATE.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located for
the present at the offlce of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
ARCHITECTS^
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in eiectrical 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.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARBIE
(F, C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc.. 42 Lorne street, op.Kisite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 113. Vanoouver offices,
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granvill,. strvt, corner of
Hastings street,
CUSTOM IGRAPB.
Typ, '-'���
'ette| rtne. 01
1 ��� Phi tie 62.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street,  New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES.
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING  _  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlniug, pappr
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, R. C.
HEATRES.
CRYSTAL v       ['RE, TO! COL.
bia    sti
Picture ted songs; _��,
ous attra Progiam'___il
Mon.la;. . aD(j prtJJI
THE EDISON THEATRE, Cl \|
Colum la v v. itl ma
moving pictures, illustrated 1
Program | Monday, Wei
day and Pi
PRINTERS.
TAILORS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY  GALVI.V 1.' AND MEN'S,
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block, Sixth  street.
loring. A di w lino ol lain
ing just In. Button making, jJ
ing am] n pairing. Room S,Sb
block. Entrances 625 Columblil
and 264 Clarkson ft.  Phon. 1
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental lalior employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup. flsh. boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
[WESTMINSTER WOODW.W.
Co., bank, office and store Html
cabinet, stair, showcases, mail
and detail work. Designs and <
mates furnished. J, Brookes, |
prietor. Work-: Corner __|
and car line. P, 0. boi ial.ttf
473.
Fall Opening
Our tailoring department is brim full of all the "newest" in
Fancy worsteds, tweeds and serges, direct from the b^st mills in
England and Scotland. We would be pleased to show you our
stock.
All our work is fashionably cut and we guarantee satisfaction
both   in  style,  fit  and   price.
READY-TO-WEAR    CLOTHING from $6.00 to $25.00.
YweThub
H.  ROBERTSON, Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal   Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Once a Missionary
Now Convicted Thief
(Continued  from  Page One.)
est masiordidthe story ring true.   Although the articles were of value the
prisoner had said nothing about them.
When   his   house   was   searched   two ;
iiynin  books  w .re  found, one owned |
by  W.  J.  Walker and the  other thej
property   of   Holy   Trinity   cathedral, j
The story that these were purchased
from Speck and Crandan, second hand
dealers  had  bete  denied  by  the  lat- j
ter.    Key* were also found belonging
to St. Georges hall and several skeleton keys.    These the prisoner had also said be aad found by the roadside.
It might be so, but treating the matter from an every-day standpoint, the
story was altogether improbable, and
clashed with the stories of other witnesses who had no interest in telling
other than tne truth.
His Honor stated tnat though he
did not see Loyle enter tbe building
and steal tbe goods he had not the
least doubt that the guilty man was
in the dock, it was one of the plainest cases that iad ever come before
him, but at the same time it was one
of the saddest. The prisoner was
young and according to his story had
lived a good life in the past, and been
engag.d in one of the nciblest of
works. But he had fallen and landed
in the dock a common thelf.
It was, however, a case where
t'Jough the law called for fourteen
years' imprisonment, it seemed that
justice might be tempered with mercy
and he would he willing and ready to
hear anything that might be said in
favor of the prisoner as to his character that could justify him in min-1
iniiziiig the sentence.
Acting on Information received from
the prisoner the court ordered that n
letter he sent to Rev. Mr. Hall In
charge of the Church of England missionary society at Alert  Bay, enqlur-
ing as to the reputation of Loyle
while working there. Pending the
receipt of a reply he would adjourn
the case until Friday, October first.
Loyle pleaded for liberty on suspended sentence, speaking of his
family and the condition they would
be left In. Judge Howay replied that
he could not grant 6uch a request
without the permission of the crown
and would not lf he could. An order
for restitution of the property claimed
and proved by owners was made, on
the request of Mr. Edmonds. The articles exhibited In the court as stolen
by the prisoner included article, of
silver and chlnaware, clothing, cushions and tbedding and kitchen utensils.
DYING SAILORS GIFT
WORTH HALF MILLION
Toronto, Sept. 21.���A remarkable
fact developed today In connection
with the transfer of the Lawler building, at the corner of King and Yonge,
the most valuable site in the city, to
the Manufacturers' Life Assurance
Co. for $506,000, this being the first
sale of the property since the original
patent was granted by the Crown to
a sailor, wbo gave it to Lawler as a
dying gift. Mrs. Lawler, who owned
the property, is in Germany with her
daughter tbe Baroness Von Baselager.
IRATE HUSBAND
PUNCHES  ACTOR'S   HEAD
Philadelphia, Sept. 21.���At a moving picture show in a hall on the
north side of Market street, below
Ninth, C. .1. Stanley, a comedian, sang
a song directed at Mrs. L011I3 Hansen,
who was in the audience. Stanley
sang that there was "class to girl like
that," and dashed a "spot light' from
under his coat directly in Mrs. Hansen's face.
Mr. Hansen jumped upon the stage
and punched the comedian tjree
times before the house constable
could take him away.
Magistrate Scott, discharged the
husband, with an intimation that his
course had been justified.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver lor New Westminster at 0:_., 6:.u. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:n0. 7:20 and
S:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ror New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Oars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from J12./5
up.
Sliver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches,
Watch  repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two doors trom   Geo, Adams, Grocer
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Great  Northern Railway.
av. N.W. 8:50 a.m.;  ar. Seattle 3:35
p.m.
Lv.  N. W.  11 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:65
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:_u
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;  ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;  ar. N. W. 9:30
pm
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:_5
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives ln city
Saturday at 9 am.
Leaves Port Oulchon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 am. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each week
day;   arrives  8:50 a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except Sunday;   ar. Oulchon  at 7 p.m.
The condition of the old bridge Is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
caution.d against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do ao after
this notice must take all t_e risks on
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Claris.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
Opera  House Bookings,
Sept. 23.���Commencement Days.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Oct. 13���Scottish Concert.
Oct.  20.���O.    Henry's    New  Opera
"Lo."
Oct. 28���The Climax.
Nov. 1 and 3.���The Shepherd King.
Nov.  4.���Parisian  Model.
Nov. 19.���Human  Hearts,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RE8ERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per1
unnum (present rate).
.;��'.'   Acsets  over   .168,000,000.00.
~E.     WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
0. D   BRYMNER. Manager.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfe
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway belt in British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person wno Is th. sole head Of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section oi
lOu acres, more or less.
Entry must lie made personally at
the local land office for the district
in which tbe land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made ��"
Certain conditions by the taiher,
mother, son. daughter, brother or els
ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform th^ conditions connected therewith under one or the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of tbe land on
eacli year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father ls decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm iu tbe vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such pei.on residing with tbe fattier
or mother.
(3) If tbe settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owi_
by bim ln the vicinity of bis Some
stead, the requirements as to resldvnce
may be sati-fled by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
'Coal.���Coal mining rights may _��'
leased for a period of twenty-on.
years at an annual rental of $1 p.-
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall 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 paia
for.
S. S. TRANSFQ]
Tht.  steamer  1 roaster   ��;.;
Brackman-Ker whi rf every week-
afternoon at  .' for Lsdwrffl
ham Island and way ports, reninr
to New W'e. : In '��� - on (olio*
day. Saturday, n turning same
ing.
Additional    trip   Monday morns
leaving New \\'���������   nlnster at fi sxfl
Trips will be made to Sievesw
business warrants.
This schedule    subject   to cit
without notice.
For freight and passenger rateli
ply to ROBERT JARDINE. I
Manager!
Canadian PaciC
Railway Co. I
Three Trains Dailj
WITH       FIRST-CLASS     PUjJjP
TOURIST  AND   DINING CAH
Imperial Limited leaves at ..�����*!
Atlantic   Express  leavfs *   ;"L
St. Paul Express at .. ������ ������*���'. I-
For reservations and other ��rore
C.��B. FOSTER. E. GOl^
G. P. A., Vancouver,     -...ft. ��
743
Lifebuoy Soap is _o]|K)_tfully rP.
freshing for Bath or Toilet in hot
weather. For washlnj underclothing It ls unequalled. Cleanses and
purifies. ������
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pioneer Limited,"    St. Paul  to
Chicago, "Short   Line," Omaha    to
Chlcafl 0,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in tne service on    any
railroad  in   the  work! that  equal   in
equipment  that  of  the  Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.     They
.wn 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 PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE      DAILY NEWS
FRONT a^TREET
���: nefl MSI
is tho place to buy or sen fl.J
second-hand goods of 8D) ' |
have nearly ...
100 DOZEN JELL], I
which we are offering for 40c r*r
They are new. .    ��� case I
We also have a splendid 'ar��e
Over Fifty Stuffed Bi* ��
Animals
for sale at a bargain j, M
We can't begin to tt'i ffint|
have, but no matter what .ou
come here first. .
Alex. Spec*
SECOND-HAND   ST0JI
Columbia St.     "Manj^ ^
Westminster
Transfer to.
n,.rn 'p_-uelJ'
Wfflce "Phone 18��.     '
Columbia Stre��
���za:a:iA:i
Light and Heavy Haol����
6   OFFICE-TBAM 0*? MB EF.
1903
THE DAIL_ NEWS
PAGE THREE.
Artists' Materials
Architects' Supplies
Office Supplies
ANESE ARE NOT
BIFia HAN 18
! DRAGGED TO DEATH
i
Protesta--,. Missionary Effort in Japan   John   Sutcliffe   Meets   Horrible   End-
a   Failure,   In   the   Opinion   of Torn  to  Pieces  B.
Mr.  Pvston. Tear
3y   a   Ru   away
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ft
i ��� ������-
VJ        ai
Sew-
v     1
are
cash or II|,,nl  ly  '"'
ca- ,ch , you
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p
, ,-. Wilson    Oi.i
AT
' dm't  Pur
ami '
fMOREY'S
:.    t.  R,   Pres- Ri               Sep!    21.- Mr.   John   Sut
ton, ���   i                          ��� mi�� doner l" ('li:'                                          ��� ,!" itl
I ���                          Tra le Commission- up   -���   ond Chapli                           rn
re in the school i,r-                          '-                      ������>���
r,, .                  ii               .. emP             lessrs. A
room   oi   the   Parkdale   I'res.ytenan s(ju  ^ ,|��
  <iiliers   v.e:
^^^^^^___________Hfort In Japan i.nii______H^
r��-.<b^,r~-   J
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'   it.   -i-J      li
,i?-''^r^'"
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- -a=>Y.i-- r-��  I"' '���   ���',' '������ .'��� yfrt \
J       * ��� ���  **^-       ,.        ,'��� S2"t ���~\
-CYY .<&..-      ���':���      ���''   '-    -;1 fr-_
i - laracti riaed  the ces
'rotes! nao  effort in Japan  building a dam.
���   :
���
J
talk-
Victor,
on easy
will sell
[. H. TODD'S
Music House
EW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
k mm pacific
.....oastSS. Sailings
< i e
eepi
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Ooruer Eighth St. and    .Iftb Avenue
PHONE   S70.
BOWELL & ODDr. . roori-tor*
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY
______________________mn i;<<vh   ill
i      reasonable  ex- [ng .. ,-   . ped to give his horses
he  said, "ex- water.    i - he animals, a spirlt-
. - tl             people  have failed to ....  young  hoi ���   a hind  fool en-
masses.    If Japan is tangle I In one ol   be trai i . mad I i
lellzed it  must be by ed  vlclou Ij  .triktni   Mr, Sutcliffe on
":"'v  the  side.    The  team   then   i in  away
He e had bi en informed .,..,. the [bee ���   ight ta
: mary wa_ capable the   harm   -   was   di ��� g d   through   a
of rnaoi       ich a- au edu- nUn_ er ol  upright - '   up tor
 : audii nee   should   ex- the construction of the dam, and torn
pect.   Hi i that 'lie Japanese badlj ���
MEATS   language .       lit to master,  but      He  was octave ed to thi   siding on
be  tho ighl Important   that the ''.1
.-I- i hould iv>.-;p\'- it.    In- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
stead ol aboul  1,200 Japane e mission ,'],,.rl when the trata was nearing Sud
aries ther, ���   12, I.   Said he, bury     His   remains   arrived   at
' \\>- would have 12000 if the churches
hat
    _. _    R.  seven miles distant anil
put on    .. ird an easi iound  I r iin. He
%I\ l-       ' 'f-; y r7f- IA I'A   f.-_
V}1? -.^___.- v a-     -,      -----   V      ���>. -"%^-a.     ,     :.    /��,-���-_' ial
%..'���,  ���   \'>-���������-���.:���  ���''>-.,-���  -/ fflf     WW,
AAiYfAYlffYW  kI
lyy.y     *Yr    ^
iAY:Y&fy-Yyf Y resta��r.-.rfs
tap.. ���������'        ~i>~-, ~. -i   :_.>"
M��^��kkYi*^   the world
restaorants
over.
bury     His   remain-   arrived   al     ins
".iome on Sunday  morning and bis fun-
-_  ._.._-      erui took place co Monday.   A widow
Besides  a  lack   of  native   mission-  am_ three children are left  to
.is tragi   ai I . idden call.
Bhown   wi dom  and  judgment"
FROM VANCOUVER.
il  p.n
Beattle���DalM
fun. via)
lv. ���
1 i   a.m.  and
��� irday  at 11
,i ry  Saturday
Tenders   are   called   for   the   following works on the Hastings road, Burn-
direct aby:
I. Cutting hill opposite Royal Oak
road for a length of 300 yards. (Approximate quantity of excavation,
2,900 cuhir  yards |
II. Cutting two hills west of the
.lohnston road in D.L. 117. for lengths
of 150 yards each. (Approximate quantity of excavation in each, 1200 cu Ic
yards.)
III. Constructing cedar culverts
and filling in the creeks at tiie 1st
and  2nd  trestle bridges  west of tlie
j.lohnston   road.
Specifications  nnd   plans   may   tie
I0M NEW WESTMINSTER.      [Been, and further Information obtained,  on   application  at  the   Municipal
Hall
aries the paj ol the workers lu the
Japanese mis ion field w as altoget ber
Inadequate.
Reference was made iby Mr, Pre ton
to tie prej lice againsl the foreigner
and liis religion,
"Tin- work must _o on," declare 1
Mr. Preston, ' but II wlll be necesBary
in pul] the pn ent system up root
and 1.ranch."
mourn
NEW ZEAEAND BUYS
HOKE BRITISH GOODS
Makes  the  lightest.
most delicious and tasty
hot biscuit.    Makes the
hot - bread, roHs and muf=
fins sweet and wholesome
Protects the food from alum
__M lu.-e^^^^^^^^^
JQ.]een c island���Second
El  of t
Vj;,. -  imox���Tues-
',; ���;��� .- p.m.; Saturday
_,._.
Ilanalmo���Dailj  at 2 p.m.
ULTRA-SOCIALISTS LOSE
li,;_:_ IN litlM
Preferential  Tariff  Leads to a  Failing
Off in Imports From the  United
States.
At   Recent  Great Convention the   Liberal   Branch  of the  Social  Democrats Wins Out.
' :   id    Chilliwack
iv po  ' er     Beaver
I Westmii - ' ���    '     a.m. on Mon-
fcednes la Iday;   return-
i al   7  a.m.  on
I                     . !   Saturday.
f furl call  or ad-
ED. (101 LET, Agent,
N :-: Westminster.
Poster,
Assi Gen        -   Agent,
V incouver. n. c.
Berlin,   Sept.   21
among  the   Socia
���The    revisionists
li. mocrats won    a
Lump sum  drillers to be deliver
at the Municipal Hall, on or before 12
o'clock, noon  on the 24th inst.
FRED L.  MACPHERSOX,
Municipal  Engim   r.
Municipal Hall, Edmi nds, p. o.
aUKAlg    llle    _UUI.I1    1., Uivv-.aia     ....       ���-    leBi     iudci.        a.'-     1 ��������     --
.,,,   victory  yesterday  In  the congress of ence is attributable almost enttretj
('"   ....      "._...     f-   .....p..,,  ...   ijai,,v;ic.  .i...   .���nr,_  r.f   tiip   nrelert-ntla 1  ts
Washington, Sept. 21.���Tlie Imports
for the United States Into New Zealand fell off nearly 48 per cent, during the first quarter of L909 as compared with the first quarter of 1908,
according to consul gen,ral William
A. Prickett of Auckland. The total
imports nave shown a large falling
off, among them those from Creat Britain, but tiie United States is he heaviest loser.    The  proportionate differ-
v to
RUSSIANS REPEAT
HORRORS OF KISHINEFF
the  party  now  in  session at Lelpslc. the   action of   Hie   preferential tariff
The  circumstances   were  remarkable. says Mr. prickett.   The total Import.-
-. ser.es of    numbered    resolution. ot   t|,e  United  States  into   New   Zea-
were  read  yesterday,  and   later  they la|ad tor ,iie first quarter of 1908 am-
Egged  on  By   Reactionaries,  Populac;
of Kief Commit  Horrible Atrocities  on   Jews.
ounted to $2,671,646 as compared with
$1,340,305 for the same period Of 1909.
Bank of Canada
j 1869)
(a P-- -. ..::
rve Fund   .
I Assets
. . .$ 4.700.000
. .   .    5,400.000
. . . .55.000,000
NOTICE.
To Our Customers of Hard Coal:
We, the undersigned, do not expect
to get any Banff coal this year.
CII.I.KY BROS   l-'ll'-
Tin' flrst new sewer pipe to be laio
on Columbia street was put down yesterday. More men are still needed
bv the contractors.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
aad out ol town  accounts  soli-
IVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT
{reign and Domestic Exchange and
tors  Cliequ s  bought and sold,
���graphic transfers effected.
He part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group 2,
New   Westminster  Distiict.
Win reas prool of the losa ol cenl-
Bcate nf title number 2396F, lssui I
in the name of .lohn Bernard Johnson, lias been filed in this offlce.
Notice is herebj given that l snail, _
at the expiration of one month trom most influential Libera
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
the city of fcJew Westminster, tesue a
duplicate of th,. said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objectiu.i be
made to in,   in writing.
C. S- KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B-  C, August  150, 1909,
were voted on by members only
Among them was a vigorous d nuiici-
atlon of the German Liberals and a
declaration that it wag impossible for
the Socialists to co-operate with them.
This was carried by a Substantial majority.
Herr Singer, president of tbe congress, announced that    several    vi'--    ;       -   ���
gates had informed him that they had  of    the  Chief    Engineer
mistaken the numbar of the resolution Ontario
and had voted contrary to their views.      After contracts    are    awarded   tin
They appealed for another vote. This  successful  tenderers must   submit  de-
was   sanctioned   and   the  result   was  siitns    of    all    Superstructures   with
that the resolution was defeated P_v a siress sheets all to be in accordance
considerable majority
Ottawa,
Berlin, Sept. 21.���Fifty Jewish men
and women have been massacred, 12
others seriously Injured and a thousand beaten by an infuriated moh ot
Russians at Kief. Russia, according to
late dispatches received here thi3 afternoon.
According to the reports, the massacre is much like that which occurred in the Russian city wheu hundreds
of Jews were murdered. Outrages of
t_e most atrocioin nature have ac-
rurred. Jewish men. women and chil-
ili-.ii have been murdered, tortured
and outraged by the peasantry who
are urged to commit ti rrible crime
Iby men prominent in the reactionary
The incident is much commented
upon as heralding the final triumph of
the  revisionists.    The  Tageblatt,  the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 1 newspaper in
Berlin, remarks thai Socialism lias
broken, at any rate theoretically, with
its former Intranslgeant tactics, lt Is
now for Liberalism to draw the necessary inferences for Us own attitude^	
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL  BRIDGES.
party.
For some time Jew baiting has been
i going on and the outbreak of the followers of the Greek church against
those of Jewish faith lias been looked
for.
Tie greatest terror exists among
the Jews and none dares venture on
the thoroughfares for fear of being
killed by the mobs.
Many have congregated in the'r
homes and have armed themselves to
withstand the attacks of the Russian
religionists. The entire blame tor the
butcheries Is laid at tlie door of the
reactknary party. Members of the
j organization, it Is stated, have ���become enraged with the Jews for the
reason that they have been supporting tlie reformers.
Tokyo. Sept. 21.���Bishop Beth
Ward, of the Methodist Episcopal
church, South, died her this afternoon. The bishop arrived in Kobe
last month on his regular tour of Inspection of the Methodist, missions of
Japan, and he was taken Hi shortly
after his arrival. Last week lie was
reported as gradually sinking, and the
fatal termination of his illness was
not unexpected.
stmlnsi -.  B.
F. SHUTE
C.   Branch,
Manager.
iBVDD m_l__c_Jc_^TSa
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, and marked on the envelope "Tenders for Steel Bridges,
Will be received at the offlce of UK
.commissioners of the Transcontlnen-
0 0 �����AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.��� tai Railway, until 12 o'clock noon ot
The regular meeting ol this wage Lh 2SU] day o�� September, 1909, for
are held in Oddfellows' hall. Colum- ctl!lstrllctiou and erection ol steel
bia street, every Monday evening BUperstructures and floor systenjs
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, nouie Uh tfea aml wooden guard rails
grand.    W. C. Coatbam. ree. secy.      compiete)  required for bridges at tnt
with the Specifications of Department
of Railways and (.'ami's of the Dominion Government, B"v. Th��. class
rf load to be used is that designated
"Heavy" in the said specifications.
Tenders will be receivi .1 for one or
more of the structures required.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a (.bartered hank of the Dominion of Canada payable to the Commissioners of
the Transcontinental Railway, for a
sum equal to live ptr cent. (.5 p.c.) ot
the amount of tlie tender.
Tiie right is reserved to reject any
or  all  tenders.
By order,
P. E.  RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, Dated of Ottawa,
August 28, 1909.
I0u "'il '         ti   your advantage
pratigc your booking at this office
  send-
(From Mow , and Quebec.
Press of Ire and ..  Sept. 24th
P^s of Britain  Oct
Or .th.
r[f sou intend to travel or
���or you,, fri
A. O.   _. W'.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3   >loi,lls named beUnv
���Meetings the nma nd third Tues- ! District "A
day in each month.    Visiting hreth- I
ren    cordially    invited    to    attend. Mile.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows'  Mock, Clarkson street.
^^^     Bridge.
82.0���Cains Rive:
Date
of Compb tlon.
l),c. 1, 1909.
0..4, 1/,..���_,     	
124.5   South  We I   Maramlchi
N. B-
^^^^^^^   8th.
��� t) particulars ap-
GOULET.
P.  It. Agent.
WHEN C.OING EAST
PK THE TICKET AGENT
t'lO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
'61" Train, Everv Day in tha Year
1EN
COUR. BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, LO.*.
���Meets ihe fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
. KAT1.RNAL OUD1.K OK EAGLKS,
Aerie No, 20.���Meets every tuesuaj
evening at 8 p.m. In ^e Eagles
hall. Columbia street. J. N. Alton-
eson, W. Pres.; 11. Schofleld, Secretary.
133.0
134.07
149.0
__.
62.6
99.0
109.29
113.48
123.6
136.0
March 15, 1910.
..April 1, 1810.
Juniper Brool   ^^^^^^^
Odell  Brook   ...
District "D."
Circle River July 1. l��Wj
Low Bush River, June 1, i;
,,,-���,,.  creek   ...April  1,  1910
Frederlcb-ouse   it'vor,
Buskgow River April 16. 1;
1 nil,wood River, May 1   WW-
Mattagama River, June 1. 191"
���ami profiles "W he seen
nd
Kvery
BETW
leapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OE FAME
NORTH."WESTERN.      LTD.
)0ARD OF TRADE-NEW WEST- .full information obtained at the office
minster Board of Trade meets In t��e
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
quarterly meeting on the tnta
Thursday of February, May. August
and Novem-er, at . p.m. /;nnu"
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may De
proposed and elected st any montn-
ly or quarterly meetlag. U. a
Stuart-Wade. secreUry.
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Notice Is hereby given that 'lie
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 shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom; must prefer his or
her request in writing, signed with
his Or her name, and Bhall deliver or
cause to be delivered to the City
Clerk within   tlie   time hereinbefore
Bpcified.
W, A. DUNCAN,
CUy  Clerk.
City  Clerk's   Offlce,  New  Westminster, B. C, September 3. 1909.
���_;..,,���������' '���'���        *;;
Northern  Crown  Bank;:
HEAD  OFFICE, WINNIPEG
_HE
P-bod
COMFOR
���or  _!!8.iUe Mwe8t <����d  best Ideas
Luxury,
CONVENIENCE, and
(alectn i"    U is  llKQte<l   with  both
lv Hi2" &n" Bas! the mo^1 brilliant
umt*��ed train In the world. The
Wn TZ co,18l8tso�� P'��vate pompart
Lllrs. staiiii..,^^  i_    .,__   ..	
|trs'   btturlo
chair cars
coach
:,B. cars.
For Tim    __________________________________________________
hither in? Tablea'  ''"Iders, or any
lntorma��on can on or write
,- W- PARKER,
enue, S��attle. Wash,
BON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A*
soclation. Lord of the VMS Camp
191-M.ets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month ln K. oi r.
hall.      Chief, W. Suviierland.
^us dining
(seut8
De" and b���_
III !
car,    reclining
free),  modern day
library and smok-
Tables.
P.
720 Second Avi
I. O G. F.-ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3-Meets ln Oddfellows ha ll.
Columbia ��ti_et, every Fri��ay ����
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting ������*"���
will be made welcome. O. E. uiirej.
N. O.; C. E Osborne, P Q. reCOrd
lng secretary ^^^________
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCll'"'''1'^
Include the Union Lodge, No. ��j. ��
F. and A
NO.     17,     A.     B,    UIMl     r..     aaa.. .     -       ���.���_���
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Opurt
Sapperton. No. 4683, I. O. F.| l. ���
F. Court Westminster. NO. ��ov.
Brotherhood of Owls.  Nent  NO.  ��'
A  WESTERN  BANK  FOR WESTERN PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL
.$6,000,000
, .$2,200,000
main, em** 'tZSJZ^ZSXiSlS*
Manager N.
H   MACDONALD, New Westminster.
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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ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP LACROSSE���VANCOUVER VS. NEW WESTMINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2  p.m. Tuesday, October 12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13th���Devoted to Scottish Sports, under the  management  of the  Sons of Scotland.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14th���Vancouver Day, Championship lacrosse���Vancouver vs.    New Westminster.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15th���Children's Day. Children', sports,
air (hip flight, Intermediate  lacrosse and football matches.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16th���Championship lacrosse match,
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
STOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
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WEDNESDAY
SEPTEM
The Daily News Modern Penelopes
Greet Their Ulysses
Published by The Dally News Publishing Company, Limit, d. at their offices,
The Daliy News HUkY corner of McKenzie nnd Trew streets.
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EDNESDAY.
SEPTEMBER
22,
1909
A   SIGNIFICANT   PORTENT.
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to thi- children a few steps away. He
kissed lii.-p eldest daii. liter, t_en
seized the younger one in lis arms
and raised her lo his shoulders. At
this the spectators broke into cheers. I
Welcomed by Committee.
The Oscar II. immediately weighed
anchor and continued up the river to
her   dock,   and   Dr.   Cook   was   trans- j
ferred  to  tie  Grand  Republic  which j
been   recorded   iti  the    \ews  during  wa_  lying a quart6r of a ,nilc, away. j
tae past two days are significant as Cinematographs    and    cameras were i
pointing to the certainty of that fu- turned on him from every point as he
ture  greatness  of   New Westminster went on board and passed through a
b guard  of honor ot  the Forty-sevoith
which  we    have    urged, consistently regIment  to  reCeive the  greeting of J
and persistently, for a long time past, the  reception  committee.
On Monday w�� recorded the fact that,'    On  board the    Grand Republic Dr.
Alderman B.  J.  Fader had taken op- Cook  wa3 greeted  by  tie official re
The S
Ar
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A series of circumstances thai hav.'
inch of Annacis island
(���option   committee   and a   wreath  of
tions iipcin so imicn ot Annacis isiam.   rogea   was    pIaced    about     ���js  neck
as  to comprise  nearly  its  entire ex- Standing on the   upper deck of   tje
tent       Exactly    for    what     purpose steamboat.  Dr.   Cook    addressed the
these options, which represent prop- committee and bis friends briefly
' i    lhe trip was a triumphal cne, the
erty of tie  value of a quarter of a (;|..md RepuWlo was Kreeted with the
million dollars, have ''ecu taken, can- shrill  shrieking of hundreds of craft,
not yet be definitely announced.   But  large and small     Dr. Cook stood on
i, is pretty certain thai  f.iis step is U��e "PP.er deck.
but the preliminary to a very impor- Peary's Return,
ant move on the par, of powerful in-     s>"(,ne>'' N. 8., Sept 21.-Command-
, , , ,    , ,   . er  Ro.iert ti.  Peary, after a success-
forests in the east, which are looking fu] quest of the Xorth poJe  retumed
to iliis site on the Pacific coast for a to Sydney today on board the steamer
terminal  and    shipping  point.      Side Roosevelt      The explorer's  wife was
by side  with tin's we printed the an- '^  first  to greet    him    and  a. tlie
... .' ,_.    ,    .  , ���., Roosevelt   after  an  absence  of  more
nouncemeiiL that   enquiries  Had been tha_   one  yeai. s(eame(1   ^  Sydwy
received by the city from Mr. Gibson harbor  under a  brilliant sun, the ex-
Arnoldi, financial agent of the Jas. A. plorer and    his    ship    were   given a
Moore syndicate, in regard to a site hearty welcome from the assembled
for an extensive iron md steel works, jSh/tP^ early ,)on_.  todav whea the
Yesterday we gave publicity to the R00se\-elt   was  still   edging  her  way
statement   made     by   Mr,   11.   Neville across  the    Cape    Breton  coast,  the
Smith,  upon   bis   return  from  a sur- steam yacht Sheelah owned by James
���.,,,             ,,      ..     ,   ���. Ross, jirt'sidtrit of the Dominion Coal
vey expedition  on  the  -North 1 homp- Conl])a'ny   put t0  .ea  earrylng    Mrs.
Ben and lhllooet rivers, tliat no fewer peary. her daughter Miss Marie
than four railroads are busily en- Peary: little Robert E. Peary jr., and
gaged in survev work, with a view to a Party of friends all eage-r to meet
_,   ,. ,, ,     ,,     TI ������  the  returning exiilorer.
finding    a    pass    through    the  Hope Mrs.   Peary Greets   Husband,
mountains, to gain a line through the The meeting between Commander
rici) country of the southern Fraser Peary and his wife took place ten
valley. The Canadian Northern sur-imi'es north of Low Point, the en-
,_ , ,, i i ���.,t__ ,-trance to tlie ha.bor The Sheelah
vey pany was found to be Inflated I aK���.gsichj tlle Roosevelt and Mrs.
only twelve miles west of Hope. Sur- Peary called a Kreeting to her hus-
vey parties of the Grand Trunk Paci- band while the members of the wel-
flc,  the Great Northern and  the Ca- coming party and  the  crew  of  both
nadlan   Pacific     railways    were   also  v^-f* ��'leered J��^   _ ,
,.     . ,i    -Miss  Peary and  little Robert were
scattered through the district, which overjoyed at Seeing their father and
presents a perfect network of survey they kissed and waved their hands
lines.      Again,   we -alio  printed  yes- as the Sheelah came alonslde.     The
terday the testimony of Mr. Thomas L.008.761' '.��d.,he Sheelah tu*n con-
,.   ,'       .   ,-, ��� ".,, ,  '"'it'll  on  their    course  together for
KirWby, of  Prince  Albert, in   regard Sydney.
to the  wonderful   possibilities  of thej	
Praser   valley    for    grain    and  fruit j    In view of the fact that a rumor to
growing,
gra ni
and the facilities offerei
for  the effect that they are doing plumbing at 6.  cents an hour has got into
marketing produce.      buch testlmonj   c.ilTulat_oni    Messrs.    Merrlthew  and
as this, furnished by out- who has had tRamsay, who recently set up a plumb-
conslderable  experience of  the agri- ing estilblishment in  this city,  wish
cultural  conditions in  the rich  grain!'0 ')oint out tnat this 's not the case,
.  ���    ,   . , p but t.iey -are doing work at the usual
proline.ng province ol  Saskatchewan rate of 85 cents
and i.s familiar with the fertile fruit
valleys   of   California,   is   most   valua-   "  ~
ble. .Mr. Kirkby ha.s acted upon the
faith that is in him and has purchased two hundred acres in tlie Al-
dergrowj district.
The  portent  of this set of circumstances,  taken in conjunction, is that
Grand Opening of Fall Shoes
LADIES:���We invite you to call.    Let  us  show  you  the  newest  in
fall   styles   in   all   the   different makes.
We have the sole agency for
the following lines:
The  Gibson  Girl   Shoe,  of Lynn,  Mass.
The  Cushion   at  Turn  Sole shoe  for  ladies  with  tender f:et.
The  Dr.  Special   waterproof shoe for men and  women.
The  Tenderfoot   Welt,  the solid comfort shoa.
Gentlemen:���Those Dr. Reed Cushion Sole Shoes are here.
This shoe is specially made for our trade. We are the only people
in B. C. who have this shoe. It has the world-famous HERCULES
SOLE on it, These shoes will be on display in our show window
tonight.
VV. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN
Holmes Block NEW WESTMINSTER
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A Visit to Lee's is ty,
Money to You.
We ar.  offering for WEDNESDAY   ONLY a    I
cloths of  best quality,  cut to any     length,    no^96 qUant'ty of
price 35c and 40c a yard. Now offered at
per   y.-i.jj
nants.
Usual |
2��l
PARLOR SETS
A new arrival of 3 and 5 piece Handsome   Parlo
fancy velours.
$25 a set.
Easily worth    $40 a set.
Suites,
8 are offerj
COvi
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n9 the.,.
Lee's Furniture
Emporium
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B.C.
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JUST ARRIVED: Baking An/
nia, Cream of Tartar and Bird Seed!
AT
RYALL'S
Eyes Tested Free.
THE DRUGGIST AND I
OPTICIAN.
Phone 57.
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WATCHES
I sell watches that keep to the second  the  time,
Having  movem.nts   adjusted  to suit any clime;
Silver���filled   cases���fine   solid gold,
Watches the best that are made to be sold!
Easterbrook  Milling  Company.
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL    $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 133.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will he received by the undersigned up to Monday, the 27th
Inst, at i, p.m, to supply the corpora-
aion with oats, hay, nnd bran for the
iiisitini; year.
Thp lowest or any tender not nee-
New Westminister is destined to enjoy lessarlly accepted.
in  the  near future a  far greater im-1 W. A. DUNCAN,
portance than  has  hitherto  been her
Citv   Hall
portion.      Here   is   distinct   evidence  21   1909
lrom  half  a dozen  diff.rii.it   quarters;���!	
that the almost unique advantages
which our city an,i the surrounding
district present for the purpose of
agricultural and commercial undertakings, and tlie unapproachable superiority of the situation and circumstances of Xew Westminster for a
port and terminal, are becoming generally recognized Iby capitalists and
influential people.
Hitherto our progress has been
gradual though certa'o. By the
force of circumstances we have had
to wait for the day of gr>-at things.
for the momentous leap ahead. But
there are now plain and unmistakable
City Clerk.
New Westminster,  Sept.
signs that this period of waiting is
nearing the end; that the patience of
those who have had faith and trust
Id the future rise to pre-emmmce of
the Royal City is about to be rewarded, for New Westminster Is about to
come into her own.
ANOTHER  NAILED.
The note of alarm that has been
sounded by the Tory press as to the
movement on the part of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway officials to secure the consent of the government
to the employment of Asiatic labor
on the mountain section of the line,
is once again proved to be Utterly
groundless. The lengthy resolution
of the New Westminster Trades and
Labor Council, protesting against
such a step has called forth the
prompt and plain denial of Sir Wilfrid Laurier that any application for
the Importation of Oriental Uubor has
been received by the Government.
Just So!   Now for the next.
DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCH 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
"GET   THE   HABIT*
NICOLENE
CRUMB TRAY AND SCRAPER
SPECIAL TODAY
20c
PBJR PAIR.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for tbe same-
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
TEN  DOLLARS  REWARD.
For information leading to the arrest
and conviction of the parties who
broke into the dressing-room of the
West End Lacrosse Club at Moody-
Square and stole certain articles
herefrom.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
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���ARM LAND
SPECIALISTS
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCKS AN DEER. ETC,
OPENS   ON   SEPTEMBER   1.
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN. AMMUNITION!
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS W AR CARRYING A FULL ANBI
COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW    PRICES. I
T. J. TRAPP & CO, Limit,
Fraser River Fish Co.
COLUMBIA ST. OPP. CITY HALL
  Is Open for business.
Chinamen Will Study.
Pekin, Sepl. 21.���Forty-seven students have been accepted to go to the
United States and study, ind.r Ihe arrangement by which that part of the
Boxer Indemnity that was relumed to
China by America is to be expended
for educational purposes. Tbey passed the American medical examination
today,
Steam and Gas Fitting, Sheet  Metal
Works and General
Repairs.
JOBBING  PROMPTLY ATTENDED
TO.     PHONE  586.
We solicit the custom of New Westminster families,
hotels, etc., in supplying them with
FRUIT, GAME, FISH AND VEGETABLES
Also a full line of Choice Fancy Groceries.
Our endeavor will be to give every satisfaction, and by courtesy and
promptlattention  to  orders we trust  to receive your patronage.
SPECIAL RATES TO LARGE CONSUMERS.
MEKRITHEW. RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
S.   A.    RICHMOND,    Manager
PHONE 580. h^
ESDAy
SEPTEMBER 22. 1909
THE   DAILY
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PAGE KlVfi.
DON'S
Kg Dry Goods House
0F AUTUMN   AND WINTER     DRESS    GOODS. IT'S
^YOU WERE CHOOSING THE   FABRICS    FOR    YOUR   FALL
TlMn        a^lRT      YOU  WILL   FIND   WHAT   YOU   DESIRE   IN
rnAT AND SKIK I.
,_   FOR ALL THE   NEWEST AND  BEST  FROM   DRESS
-UR STOCK, FOR all.
DS DOWN, IN HERE. WE CONSIDER THAT OUR VALUE
000 BEST TO BE OBTAINED, AND GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
*LL  GIVE   SATISFACTION.
,yy - ard, from U25 to *2.oo
Br��1    nJ& per yard, from 78c to $1.50
Venetian Clou, 	
Cheviot cloth, per yad lrom	
Satin cloth  :"r ���������:'"1 'r"m  75c
popllo, Per ywd ������      '  $1 5(J
YOUR   INSPECTION   INVITED.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
CUPS AND SAUCERS, $1.00 PER DOZEN.
(White  and  Gold Patterns.)
FIFTY DOZEN TO CLEAR  AT THIS   PRICE.       REGULAR   VALUE
$1.35 A DOZEN.    WON'T  LAST  LONG.
SIX-PIECE   TOILET    SETS   AT  $2.25.      See them   in  our window.
C. B. DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
Phone 97. 615 Columbia Street.
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WRITING MATERIALS, OFFICE SUPPLIES, BOOKS, PAPERS.
MAGAZINES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
IN A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
IN OUR STOCK. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. WE BUY FOR CASH DIRECT FROM
THE MANUACTURERS, WE THEREFORE SAVE YOU MONEY.
NO DISAPPOINTMENTS  IF YOU  DEAL  WITH   US.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY *. CO.
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What Grade of Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you-and guarantee them, too.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION  TRUST  BLOCK
SPORTING NEWS
BOWLING
- LACROSSE FANS ARE
DOIMD TO DISAPPOINTMENT
._.] .     eascn   may  be
a team will be
��       Westminster      Bowline
��� -.   iii   Vancouver  this  even-
���  ���   _eries.    Thereaf-
Inesday,  games will  be
. trly,     home  and   hom_
The J Berles on Fridays  will
ti two or three weeks, and
old teams, Vancou-
minster   Rossland  and  Vic-
v.   ;inxii)iis to come iia,
including  Chilliwack,  where   a   bowl-
i is flourishing, and Cumber-
S'egotiatlons are now in prog-
��� -.-. view tae final arrangement, for this competition.
Tin- ��� are commencing to throne
the alleys, and to sustain interest, a
niiiir:-' r of i ompetltlons will be ar-
-.:���!.. men contests, graded Ung to merit, will bo begun
at once fi i which entries are coming
ii. There will ibe three classes,
senior, Intermi ��� d junior.
On tl"' whole it may safely be said
tbat bowling bid. fair to flourish during ill.- coming winter iu this city.
E. Ft, Carver wil again manage the
Wi stmlnster alleys
A new team. The Native Sons.
played their first game last evening.
With another man of equal calibre
they will prove a dangerous team before the season is far advanced. They
,are out with a challenge to bow] any
fiv..-man team in the city. The scores
were:
NATIVE SOX3.
J.   MiC.ll     156
P.   Keary     HT
Len Turnbull     172
Wintemute . 9_^H__^B_H>
Ti'tal
621
Now     Practically     Certain     That   no
Eastern Teams Will Visit Coast
This Fall���No Cup Games.
The hopes ol seeing one or perhaps
two   star  eastern   teams   playing   on
the cuasi thla year, whlcj have been!
raised In the    r< asts ol all good la- L
crosse fans in  this city and  V..ticou-1
ver are   doomed    to disappointment j
Tilings have fallen out in such a way
that it is uow practically certain that
no eastern twelve will visit here this'
year.
The big lure which would induce,
teams from the N. L. U. io travel so;
far Into the wild and woolly, is 'be
Minto Cup, and yesterday Manager
Wel . ni the Salmco Bellies announced to the New, that bis team
would consider no further challenges
from X. I. u. teams this year
As his reason lor this decision Mr. |
Welsh . av. ine fact that as matters I
now stand if would be impossible to ���
arrange dates with any team visiting
from the east before the end of October, a time at which the weather j
would be extremely uncertain
If Shamrock- beat Tecumsehs I
next Saturday," said Mr. Welsh, "they
will be tie with Montreal, and that
will necessitate an extra game or series of games. Present indications
are that the N. L. U. schedule cannot
possibly close before October 2. If
it concluded then the champions
might manage to get out to tlie coast
about the second week in the month,
but our dates for Fair time are fixed
for the tournament with Vancouver.
and   we  could  not possibly  play  any
WE CAN SHOW YOU
the best line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
Large assortment just arrived.   Best value, lowest prices.
A great variety of Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.    Everything in Home Furuishings
at astonishing prices.
W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Agnes Streel
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE  176. NIGHT CALL 81.
OTHER FELLOWS
.1. Campbell	
li.  C.  Fisher
ij.
C.
153
148
W.  Saunderson^^^^^^B-    11-
Total
other team before well on to the end
of the month.
[   "Then  again."    added    Mr.   Welsh.
Smith ,     12S "we have played one team from the
X.  L.   U.   this   year    already,   and   I
think  that    that    ought    to  be  good
71 enough for one year.
"At any rate," he concluded, "you
can state that we shall consider no
further challenge for the Minto cup
this year."
In regard to the proposed exbibi-
tlcn tour of the Montreals through
the west, Mr. Welsh stated that owing to the late closing of the X.L.U.
schedule he felt practically certain
that it would be cancelled.
FOOTBALL
VtSTERDAV'S RACING
Rovers vs. Hibernians.
The team for tiie first league match
. of the season in the Vancouver dis-
1 trie Association league will lie selected today The chief difficulty will
be to find a good goalkeeper, and another forward, only four suitable men
having registered so far fitted to play
forward in senior company, Hooper
ii.id   Hurren     have   signed     with   the
Shamrocks, and will not only cripple lng; two-year-olds and up.
the Rovers, but place the Irishmen in      _   Beda;  2, La Petite-  3   Alblhu
a  position  to do something,  whereas      SECOND   RACE���Five  and   a  halt
at tbe beginning of the season their furlongs;   selling;  tiree-year-olds and
prospects looked especially poor. Up_
i    1.  Grace G.;   ..   Prosper;   3,  Louis
Rugby  Will  Flourish. Streuber
Rugby   football   will   see   a   revival      THIRD   HACK Five   road   a   half
season in Westminster with two furlongs;  selling:  three-year-olds and
FIRST   HACK
furlongs, sell-
thts	
teams   playing   in   the  Vancouver   In-  up.
termediate  league. Besides  the West- j    1
minster team recently organized, Co-
lumhfl ian  college  has  been  admitted,
and promises to have a strong fifteen
out.      The boys    are    heavier
those playing last  year, hav... a good
scoring    three-quarter    line,    and    a
sturdy   pack.      They  expect  to  make
good in  the company
have been    admitted.      Tlie    ground
dilllculty is causing some worry;  the nade.
get  the  Queen's      SIXTH   RACK���Six    furlongs,  sell-
games at in&'.  three-year-olds and up.
_   George  Kismet;
���recbo came iu
ilifled for fouling.
Escamado:    2,    Dine    Heron;   _.
Blondv.
FOURTH  RACE���One and <ue sixteenth   mile;   selling:   three-year-olds
titan ami up.
1, Hush Money;   2. Goldway;  3, Bucolic.
FIFTH       RACE���Five      furlongs;
to  which  they purse;  three-year-olds amd up,
1    Sainest;
Jessupburn;   .,  Bal-
bovs   would   like   to
park oval  for    the    match
&lw^..rM��io��;����;i3U'^_����seiMi'D.
Si."_��_��__""�� "*2�� ��v, �� ___**_
anxious for its use.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
Rugby  Opens  at  Stanford. ^ ..^ Bing^s Were played off Yes-
Stanford University  Cab, Sept   .1 terday_More Today.
In  its  first  game of the  season, the , ���_y
q._nt_rd   varsity   Saturday     defeated,    Four  Bet_   of   ladies'   singles   were
The Barbarian fifteen Of San Francis-    ,nyed  off  yesterday   In  the opening
Zi hv _ score of 16 to 0 ... a fast and dav of the (annual tournament of the
w.llnlaved Contest.    With Capt. MU-  New Westminster Tennis Club.    Yes-
rfiPll and Reed out of the hack field , terday's games were as follows:
*__  n.ssing of the  'varsity   was  not      Mls_  ciair Corbould  beat Mm. Jons  accurate  as   ln   the   games   last sepliln�� Martin. 6-3. 6-3.
vear  but  the superior aggressiveness ,    MIss Vera Corbould beat Miss Mu-
of'the    Stanford  forwards  smothered irie, cotton. 6-2, 6-4.
th    Barbarians cn "early every play.,    Mlss, cotton ibeat Mis. Marlon Mar-
The  visitors put  up    a    gnme tigM. tta. S-6. 3-6, 6-3.
however   and  forced the 'varsity    toi    Mlss siilldrick beat Miss Corbould,
work  for every  gain.    Crawford and j6-3^ 6-2.
Chedfl I" the scrum and Cook and
Drew In the back field were CCt_
splcuous for clever playing.
Play will be continued today. It
i8 expected that the tournament will
be sufficiently advanced to allow of
the finals being played off on Saturday.
James J     Now  in  Paris
Paris,  Sept.   21.���James   J.  Jeffries
!������������.
Electric Railway Service |
International   Rifle   Match.
i    Sea Girt, N.J., Sept. 21���Tne establishment of an auaual  rifle compel.  .-_��_--��__-
I.m between  teams representing the ^as arrived here from Carlsbad where
i nit. .1 States and Canada practically according to .porting newspapers he
__= assured at a conference between has been  taking the cure to reduce
��'committee appointed by the aSBOci. his  weight  for    his    scheduled  tight
Ho,   of American International Rine- with Johnson    for   the   heavyweight
.en and the president of the Doniln-| championship of    the    world.      It is
In Rille association of Canada.    Ac- Mid here that this conte.t will take
_r__tn_to   the   plans   outlined   each v\^e either lit America or Australia,
[earn will consist of six principals and nnd ,|ie purse is to be .50,000.
two alternates.    The match is to Ibe
Interurban Lin..
Cars  for Vancouver   and    way
Jetton,   will   run  every   half
h0llr  lrom   5; 50   a. m.    Last
car l<aves at 11 p. m.
Last
11
car leaves Vancouver at
11 l>.m.
car_ i.:.Ve   ,he   depQt   every
*"'n<>' minutes for both Sap-
. ru"> and city limits over the
'*   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Lme: Cars leave
at ten miniiies utter the hour.
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m
Sunday service ball-hourly he-
tween 8:30 a. m. and IL P- m
:
shot alternately at Sea Girt and Ottawa   between   Sept.   1   and   Nov  1.
The ranges are 200. 600, 900, and U00 I
yards   with   two   "sighters"   and
IB
ntish Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Ike Asked for Relea��J.
Tacoma, Sept. 21.���Ike Butler, who
until a few days ago wag manager of
thn Tacoma team In th. Northwest- :
shots for record at each range Gen. <>rn \<,mw has left for Los Angeles
Bird W. Spencer of New Jersey will ,0 joln ,-1P y>aoi_c coast league team
ddaate  the   trophv. there     Butler made good as manager
_  of a tall ond team, but was released j
'at  his own request, when Cliff Bian- j
Minoru Horses to Spokane. kenshlp, next    year's    manager took j
Spokane, Sept. 2L-The stock w.u
booming for the running race I'">
gram of the interstate fair �������***
when John D Pace, return ng; hon
Vancouver, B. C, announced te MO
secured the promise of two carload"
of horses. The Vacouver race nice';
lng this vear was one of the best .-y�� 11
held in the Paclllc northwest.an.
Mr.
charge of the team,
Atlanta Wins In $Outhern.
Memphis, Tenri., Sept.���The ninth
annual season In the Southern Baseball association ended yesterday with
Atlanta In possession of the penant.
Na-hville was second, several games
shy; Montgomery third, New Orleans
o tv the 20 or more horse, iu��i1 rourth,     Mobile     fifth,     Birmingham
Ire coming include eomn of the cla.s .|B|xth. Little Rock seventh, and Mem-
5t  gallopers ��tt the meellng,
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 Building,
or Refinery, Port Moody.
WE ARE NOW REM EOR BUSINESS
PATRONIZE YOUR  LOCAL  INDUSTRIES
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURa\NCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
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NOTICE.
Tenders are hereby Invited for the
construction of substations for the
Vancouver Power Company Limited,
at live different points situated along
the right of way of the Fraser valley
branch of ilie British Columbia Electric Hailway Company, Limited, a.s
follows: 1. At Cloverdale. 2. Near
the intersection oi the Coghlan road,
in Langley district. 3. .War the intersection of the Canadian Pacific
Hailway In Matsqui district 4. Near
the Intersection of the Yale road In
Sumas district. D. At or near the
(nun of Chilliwack, in accordance
wiiii Uie plana find specifications and
conditions of contract prepared by
the company, and which may be seen
at my ollice, 43. Carral] street, Vancouver, ll. c. Tenders to be delivered not later than the 27th day of
September, nineteen hundred and
nine.
The tender should Indicate a specified price for the construction of any
or all of the said substations.
Each tender shall be accompanied
by certified cheque in favor of the
Vancouver Power Company, Limited,
for 10 per cent of Uie estimated total
amouni of tho tender.
The cheques of the unsuccessful
tenderers will 'be returned to them in
due course, and the cheque of the
successful tenderer will lie 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 to
execute the contract and furnish the
bond within ten days after being no-
tlfled in writing of the acceptance of
his tendei li's cheque is to be for-
feited to the company.
Form of l~>!Ul required may be seen
at my offlce.
Tenders to be delivered not later
than the 27t_ day of September, 190H,
at my said office, sealed and endorsed. "Tender for Substations for
Vancouver Power Company, Limited."
No tender delivered after that date
or time will be considered.
Tender shall state the date of completion of 'he work. Rapid progress
toeing required.
The company reserves to itself the
right to accept or refuse any tender,
whether it be tower or higher than
any other tender or the same amount.
Dr-ted at Vancouver, B. C. this
fifteenth (15th) dav of September.
190..
ROBERT  HOWLS   C.   E..
Fraser VaLey Branch.
MONEV-GRASPERS
RUIN THEIR HEALTH
Strange  Nervous Affliction
Attacks Men Too Anxious
GOVERNOR JOHNSTON
PASSED AWAY YESTERDAY
to Accumulate Wealth.
Pittsburg, Pa.. Sept. 21.���A strange
inew affection Is prevalent among
capitalists of Pittsburg, it i.s a ner
jvuiis ailment, accompanied by halluc
lnations, and according to physicians
is (lie direct result ot over concentration and Impatience in tlie accumulate of money.
Recently uie of the best known
brokers in Mio financial district, the
former Pittsburg representative of the
Heinze Copper interests, and until
the time of his affliction, associated
|with Chas. AL Schwab in the San Toy
mining proposition, was quietly taken away to his farm In the eastern
part Of the slate Iby his family. His
.nerves weni to piece_ after San Toy
was dumped ui the market in 10,000
share lots, and in the Hotel Schenely
prostrated and feverish, he talked constantly of the million, he was making iu mammoth deals,
This man, John Sloan, before aB-
soclating himself with the Heinze interests, was prominently Identified
with the Freehold bant He brought
about the sensational rise In United
Copper and helped many Pittsburgers
to make fortunes, Then, when the
Heinze stocks dropped, his fortune of
a million was wiped out.
Another similar case has developed.
Charles   Dixon,  of   the  Real     Estate
; Trust company, of which Senator Geo.
li.   ih.ver is   vice-president,  suddenly
J collapsed.    For several days his  nervous   condition     has     been     growing
'worse; and like Mr. Sloan, he became
���fevered  and talked  afiout  great  deals
(which   were  netting  bim  hundreds of
thousands of dollars at the time. Tiies;>
utterances attracted  the attention of
ilis physicians.   Tbey decided thai a
complete resi  from business was the
only course to bring al oul a recovery
Mr. Dixon, it is said, will be taken to
a quiet retreat, where he will remain
until his nerves are strong again.
Was   of    Humble   Origin   and   Raised
Himself to Power By  His Own
Efforts.
Grand Trunk Ry-
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA, .'via Niagara Falls.
For Tim* Tables, etc.. address
GEO, W. VALX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chieag-o, 111.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
PLAN   POLAR   RESEARCH
BY   MEANS   OF   AIRSHIP
Berlin. Sept. 21.���The committee of
the German Arctic airship expedition,
tlie object of whieh is scientific exploration Of the unknown Arctc polar
sea, by nn aiis of an airship, met today and decided to put the enterprise
on a broad national ltosi.. it is recommended (ha( an advisory council
be formed consisling or members of
the scientific, financial and industrial
classes.
Rochester, Minn., Sept. 21.���Governor John A. Johnson died at 3:35
ibis morning, following an operation
for Intestinal abcess which was performed last Wednesday .Mrs. Johnson was with 11iiii to the last :*id was
prostrated when she realized lie had
breathed his last He was conscious
almost till the hist and kept a cheerful mien although he knew the end
was  but  a liialt. r Of hours.
His Splendid Career.
John A. Johnson was born at St.
Peter, Minn., forty-eight years ago, ol
Swedish parentage. What his father
may have lacked, his mother supplied
In character, In which respect, as
well as in certain element, of his
personality, Johnson has sometimes
been likened to Abraham Lincoln.
The story of Johnson's bumble origin and the tragedy in the life of his
im her. told by his pel tical enemies
when    be    first    ran    for    governor.
p proved a boomerang, for the truth
came out and the story of young
Johnson's toil at the age of thirteen
to support his mother and the family
'gave bim a hold on  the voters that
turned the tide of battle and  placed
him where he had the opportunity to
make of himself a national figure.
Hig Spartan mother entreated  him
'not to leave school, but to continue
".lis education, while she worked to
get for him the training and culture
on which she hud set her heart.   John
[went to work. His first job, in a
grocery store, was not big enough to
support tlie family, and the mother
continued to wash. Two years later
he had gone to work in a drug store.
(The  increased    wages  gave  him   his
i opportunity, and asserting his leader-
j ship, lie put an tnd to the mother's
' drudgery, over her protest.
Years  of  Work  and   Study.
The next ten years were quiet years
j of hard work for Johnson.     He made
| reading   take   '-he   place  of  a   college
course,   laying   the   foundations   of  a
training and culture that brought his
selection  a   few years    ago  to  make
| the graduating class at the University
of    Pennsylvania���an    honor    which
: would  have  been    accepted  with  en-
j thusiasm    by thousands   of    college-
bred men.
Australia's  Naval   School.
Sydney. Australia. Sept. 21. ���
The government has decided to
maintain a naval college, to be Ibuill
wiiii half tlie Dreadnought fund.
PURE GOODS ARE
COWan'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*, Wafers, Madallion*. Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
jouver 11 p.m., going direct k> Seat-
le  daily  except  Wednesday.
S-S. Charmer leaves Vancouver 1
.m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, exc.pt Friday
or Victoria.
S.S.  Trader will  leave  Victoria tor
>,'ew Westminster ewry Tuesday.
Leaves  xew   Westminster on  Wed
nesday.
WE   ARE    READ/   TO   SHOW
you how it Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than L is to purchase tlie poorer Kind. We can point to
buildings bulk with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
But (bey were not built of our
materials.       See    where    real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st ami 14th
��?ach month tor Quaislno and way
ports; twentieth of each month tor
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
��.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Bearrlce leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST  MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen   City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED. OOULl-T,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B, FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent.  Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent victoria.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers ,n All Kma" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
^Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
--MMMMMI
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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SEPTEMBER 22, 1909
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NOTICE.
eat or certificate of lis pendens
THE  DAILY  NEWS
PAGE ShivR,.-..
jCttt   va     v.-. ... .*.���._    ..i    ,.j    |pv_ta.aaaaip    'P'111'
filed witiiiu su^ii period, or in default
ap. of redemption before registration, you Va.
"* part v   ;ina L':H'11 o1  ?��a w:" be 1"1'''
?to0 tain a topped and debarred from sv in
Ooast lunge One.
8   ihat  Allien   Hunt,  o:
B. <'., occupation   farmer,
pply   for permission to
the    following    describes
SOUTH AFRICAN GRAIN
POPULAR IN ENGLAND
:    '        I
������������'    U|     |   .
*%-,�� , ,   Di. any claim to or an respect of the   a .
:.IIII^\II^I:I;IY
K55   ">��� YI 'I   ?r-_B   "'   * YII\I?   SS   240,000   Tons   of   TH
;
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Vancou-1published  In  Xew   Westmlnstei   .
��� service tbi i
Dated at   the  land
containing    ICij  acres
i��Saving a be good and sufficient service thei
���' i "ii" Yf-A:Yl.;A..I,Yn,YA:Y*Y,lllul albert hunt,
i        .  Ii. FORD, Agent.
,��if'
am or
Arm
�� each, all fully New Wffltminster Province of Brl ,
,      lake, Columbia,   this  30th  day  of  Au.
7. i     U,v,i    A. U, 1909.
is   Year's    Maize
Harvest in Natal Wiii Be Shipped
to Old Country.
i.   -
oet    aiver,
(Indian
diversion
I June 6th, 1909.
, :.   i from tne
. | ,. quantity
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Samuel Coulter, Esq.
I
.ater
���, .. electricity
rharacier   of |
power
WATER  NOTICE.
Notice Is  hereby  given  that  an  ap-
and  com- plication will he made under Part   .. the Bho.e of Jobn"i8lt_nd,"an ifr|contlneni  ''
ir merci
fan .: - '  '
���
operation
... i,,r wlncn ;    (a.) The name, address and ocupa
iwar are suit- Hon of the applicant is Horace Wil
'ifi    The  pro- Uamson,     442,   Westminster   a
riking  fact
"' rade of
i  of c.ust  Range One. increase
hat John Johnson   of ";   ' lrom    South
B   C, occupation,    sales   7'"       ; .  Bouth
to apply for permissloi   ������'"'������������  tannei
'"     ���   I     ���  the   following   describe.  '' of  ma rowiu        ud
��������� oi  th     g        in the
1        ���    lng at a post planted o_|mar.,el ''���   ert8 on this
lai ��� -I    Sou b  African
lud
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ti
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b
tria
particularly, ln ,of the "Water A"t, 1909," to obtaiq a land between Kees island and Davies "l"'/" ''��� :"' ol the fines
machlney. license  in   the   Municipality of    Bur- Island      Dated, June 6th, 190!).    Ap- \*s/,''���' '' '    '        "id that the    Sv
ot  nahy Division of Lot 111  Distrlcl
V- I ���
,
water  Is  to  he Vancouver,  1). C.
near high tide      Ob.) The name of the lake,
iii:i-
.:���
Dated June Cth, 1909.
auJ a
j, - ' -
.   lhe" river, le) J Mf unnamed, the descripUon) Ie
'    ,.        h the water is known, riBlng in Lot 210, running in
electric pow- a southerly   and    westerly    direction
traction, light- through Distrlcl Lot 144, Buroa
ing   and    all      (c.) Th. point of diversion Is about(intend! to b
purposes  400    feet    south
-    south    of a stake marl        base the fo lowing described lands: !? J.*. ���r apeecn, .itj.uuo   t��a_
ie Hi  in the north,       , Com, encing at I post   pl_nted onl  *" "   fa'Ze  wlU   '"   M","'"-'1
Istriot Lot 144. th,    i i   Bhore  o      Owl  island.   7   '"'  between now   u,ld D**"*��
for permiss on to pur-
"���'   pui.oro-    i"-'     icea
piled,    (ii  if Block on
tor power or ner of Di
.e   ','" p      tae   Place      id.) The quantity of water applied Dated June 6th   1909.
,. returned to for (in cubic feet per second,  in two the whole Island, containing' 160 acres
an I the differ-  (2). more or less.
..vn point of dl-      ,e.) The character of the propos. I JAMES WATSUjM,
'"  ; Per S.  H.  FORD.  Agent.
Dated June Cth, 1909.
for iii" whole island   contain- All',';"1  climate  .tv  soil   were  parti-
���   ! ���    acres more or less. cularlj favorable to the growth ot the
JOHN  JOHNSON.        I^Th'1,
pcr a   u   nnon   .      . -s  >ear  ,���":'��� *'As  been  an    un-
ii   FORD, Agent.    |usually  large  1m,.v(,^,   a_d owlQg tQ
tbe fuel that the native, have grown
large quantities of amabele, or K,.iiu
corn, they  were not such ' extensive
Take . thai JameVvvatson, o.   ���I'l'llYlYl AI'V'Y mT
^���^i^Au,YYlliIIl,IiIIl
Di
strict of ooaBi   Range One.
next
Applying for     ���, ll(;
of return. The works Is to run power machlnerj
^ ig to d ipi river near and electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
nth of san i Eterenoe ot ele- .irrigating.
t of diversion and |    (f.) Tiie   premises   on   which   ������
Transvaal has considerably
ove,- u million bass of the cereal
available. So great has been the
output that the Natal railroad has
een unable to cope with the large
consignments forwarded to eacn roadside station  tor transit to Durham.
���m       JsV su *+���.
EVA F��0 R ATE D
A.
For many things in cookery, St. Charles Cream
is an essential.    It is      go -i as the best milk
or cream for any purpose.    Fi i many purposes
it '   much better.    It gives to coffee,
for in    ini i .  . flavor which even the
Ik I  ��� i  ordinary cream  cannot ap-
proach, an !  it aids in bringing out I
the delicate aroma of chocolate and
cocoa.   For confection an I
it is unexcelled.   For im tlids   i I
infants it is indispensable.  It never
curdles.    It strengthens the strong.
If only pure water is added it will agree with
the most delicate .tomacli.
Sold by best jrrocers everywhere.
a oul  300 feet, (j) Water is to be used is known as Block     District of Coast  Hang.  One,
Intended to be one (lj, two (2) and Bixteen (16j in!    Take noiice that Bergeta Anderson,
| - ed works win District Iaot 144, Burnaby.
L';.v... .   ���       Cn   Thi- no-      ig.) The purposes  tor
��� v   the   7th  day  of water is to be   used    ari
ap] lication    will   he power, light and Irrigation.
.  ,| alssloner   on   the'    (h.) If for Irrigation  describe    the
C.'  |ay ot   '        I   1909.     (1)  Give  land  to be    Irrigated���about    twelve
I. names and addresses of any ri- (12) acres.
JY. j-.   ;, or licenses who or      (i.) If the water is to be used for
(os-lands are likely to be affected power or mining   purposes   describe
Ij   proposi .  works, either allows the place where the water Is to be re'
itlet,    B.  F.  Dlckins,  turned to  some natural  channel, and
I.. ,-, c 'the  difference  In    altitude    between
|T_e part of  the    Memorandum  or  noints of  diversion and  point of re-
Loclatlon  i Company     which , turn.    The   water   ls   to  he  returned
hthoriz_   the  proposed   application  about  two hundred   (200)   feet below
works reads as follows: in same channel and about sixty (CO)
PORT ARTHUR HAS
BRAND NEW COBALT
Intends to apply for permission to pur-
which    the lof Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
domestic, ichase the following described lands:
Commencing  at  a  post   planted  In
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island,  the largest island  in  the  Indian   group.      Dated  June  0th,  1909.
Applying  for the  whole  island,   con-  Prospector Discovers Rich Silver Vein
taining 60 acres more or less.
BERGKTA AN__KSO...
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice  that    Frank  Jacobson,
Four Feet in Width and Mile
Long.
Port Arthur, Out., Sept, 21.���A sensational   discovery   of   silver   wa.   re-
of Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation, far- ported from Silver Mountain district,
-"   Wlirt anTSfwIilSnV��TT/_re_ ol Crown  lend intend->-��� intends to apply for permission jfiJiy miles west of here, cm the Pun
th"    nivmni��dlt0   Purchase   the   following   described ! Arthur and  Duluth  railway
|om;i.nv is esutunaueu  ��"u   .u  ��...__ ,     _,.,   ........lv   _,   ....nu   ......   .��.-__  .
Ib'ect.'the Company are    restricted ed to be occupied by    the    proposed'
'.j,.. a     Isitlos of water and water |works Is none.
j_ffer by of unrecorded  wa-1     (k-) This notice waa i_sted on the
A pros-
lands: Ipector   named   A.   BuiUatchl,   working
Commencing  at  a  post  planted  in I on a claim held by him under option,
a small bay on north shore of Bend ! uncovered a vein of from four to live
ir or b:     i   purchase of  water.re-; 14th day Of August, 1909, and  appli- , -and_    Dated Ju__ ^.   19Q9      Ap. ,feet 1q wldth_ and traced u uear]y a
Oom-
Sep-
Itrts or watv  firlvilefes for (a) Con- cation will  be  made    to    the
wctlng, n;r- rating and   maintaining i mlssloner on  the  15th  day  of
lectric works, power  houses,  gener- tember, 1909, at 2.ibi o'clock.
tins plan: and such other appliances \    (l.) The names and    addresses    of
M conveniences   as    are  necessary ! any    riparian proprietors or licensees
I proper '     the i^nei-ating of elec-. who or whose lands are likely to be
plying for the  whole island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June Cth, 1909.
'farmer, intends  to  apply  for  permis-1receiving some attention of late, wlta
jscribed lands: a  large  area open for  prospect, and
Ision  to purchase    Uie    following do-  the find will likely    mean    increased
Commencing ut  a post  planted on  activity.      The ore Is similar to Co-
'the north shore of Crib i3iand.   Dated bait, with more sulphur.
!June 6th,    1909.      Applying    fc.   the' .	
whole island,    containing    90    acres
DISCOVER BOMB IN
CHINESE  RESTAURANT
mile.     He began sinking a shait, and
tot down 35 feet when water entered
and stopped his work, after which he
came to the city with a large quantity
of ore which  he    had    taken out in
,    ,        ,                     i      ... ,i Imaking  the   shaft.      The  ore  is  de-
iK.wer, or any'other affected   by   the    proposed     works,        ����� ����� e      Uie
B0   devi        -1   power     and    for , tner above  or below    he o   let are |       ,     ,      0 Ra        Qne , riche_t   ^   ever   ^ Q,   Uie
:-��� ��� ime to be U��8d hy|the Crown   H.    Scot      \ancouver. fc  Q   jonn- Silver Mountain district.     It runs ?20
���   by  persons or c��ai-,and B. P^man  VaMOUver Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Ito the  ton.      This district has  been
oon:- ;   with  the company I HORACE  WILLIAMSON, ���
r, _ .   motive power for the j    442   Westminster   avenue.   Vancou
kiting of  motors,     machinery   or ver, B. C.
fettle . or other works or to j ������������������������������������������
the Company  to con- j LAND ACTS.
toner? for  : i a'inu  or  as  a    motive i 	
feerfoi ling tramways, 6r tor     Dlstr;ct 0f Coast Range One.
|rlv:r..   hauling,    lifting,     pumplng.l    Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of |m0re'0r less
_'���'������   "      ���-���    smelting,  drilimp; 'Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler, ADOLPH O. JOHNSON
uri milling or for any Other opera- jnten(]8 t0 apply    for    permission to I per S. H. FORD, Agent- 	
p! to which it may be adapted or mircha-e    the    following      described ;    Dated june 6th   1909. Toronto,  Sept. 21.���A bomb  placed
>beu_ tl or supiiltrd for or in con    an(js:  ' punrier a table In  the centre of Sam
_W'.l<w with  any  other  purposes for      Commencing at a post planted In a ~" ~ : Lee's    Chinese   restaurant.    No.    209
Which electricity    or   electric    power    mal, ))ay onnortb shore of Berry Is- ; New Westminster  Land  District, Dis-  York street, wrecked tbat place at teta
���mav  e a]       , 0r required,    (g) For )and   d;Ued   June  4th   190,,       Apply-| trict of New Westminster. ;o'elock tonight.    Two men, the    only
pnfcrtng       ter   and   water    pover
ng  for the   whole  Island,  containing
Jjailab'.e for     ���   application and dls- lon arre8 morp or )ess
IWbtitlon '.-. ,reeling dams, Increasing
���the head -,f  water  in    any    existing
���body of water, or extending the area
|.er<.!, diverting the waters of any
���stream, pond or lake into any other
Ichann . or i' annels, laying or .rect-
|Ib_ any lin,. or flume, pipe  or wire
OLI. BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
....,, . , ,, ,,,.,. ,,. 'ones known to have been in tlie place
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of      f        ^    explosiw,  were    arrested,
Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    to- bQth de[n. kn0wledge. They
tends to apply for permission to V^-\        Trooper  ueo.  Woodward.    Royal
I chase the following described lands.  Can;ldi.ln Dragoons aged 24, and Her.
Commencing at  a  post   planted  at , ^ WjjktaBon  aged l9( ,iud onlv two
District of  Coast Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
��" : anv 'racevvavarreservotr, Vancouver,,    B.    C, oceupatlon   lady,
Huediir. wi lr, wheel, building, or Intends to apply or P��rniiss.on to pur
plerv-recUon or work which i_ay be chase the following descrl ed lands
m\wi in connection with the lm- Commencing at a pos plan ted on
P"vem.ni and use of the said water the north shore of Klaot sis ����l��nj. ��
���M water power or bv alterlne re- "mall island south of Turner island.
bewing, nS Improving repair- Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
hi or Sftyfi woPrKs the whole island, 40 acres more or
. am- jar. tVi��M>rtf ' ��*s.
VANToi-VKlt   TOW ER   CO'Y.,   LTD. I ���>��� ANDKRSON,
(Slgnamrri   p.  h.  W.  Hope,' A. E-
' I Northeast corner of lot 1469.  thence
days In the city,    It is said the dra-
Beck, Dlreotors
J V, Arni'irong, Secretary.
P. 0  Address, Vancouver, B.c
Iseal of the Vancouver Power Co'y.
Ltd 1
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
T*ke notlc. that an application has
M<-n madi   to  register  Annie  Ryder
11    '' tee simple, under a tax
:" :     vi Sidney A. Fletcher to
sal
Annie it, ...   bear!ng  d;ite  thp  13th
flay nf 0c ober, A. D., 1906, of all and
s'n. ilar that ce
. ���  -  rtain parcel or tract
�� 'and1 and  premises situate, lvlng
*��� t��'-i'r In the district Of New
^tmlnster, In the Province of Brit-
knL. L"1"mllIa- more particularly
Bio ", " : d0eBCrlbea as Lot UU,
AI ,; u,!" 8, 9. IR and 17, Block
ul'' fr- !)- 16 and 17. Block 6;
1 s (','.i' !������ and 20, Block 9; Lots
���' .���' 16 and 17. m
OCk 10; Lots 1. 8,
.   Lots 4, 5   12,
810ck 13;   Lots 1, 8, 9, lfi
16 and
, Block
Lot I '' ;)' l6 and 17, Block 18
n ". Block 21
V1 ;uw| '"   Block 1
!?".'���   !l,"'k U; Lots 1, 8, 9, 1
17-L_tk,16_ ^4, 5, and 20,
Lot 203
���'.roup 1.
all  subdivisions  of
Lots 10, 11. 12, 18,
Lota_G815n.Bl00? "K" B��bd_.slon "of
3Un, I'lYA ^,s 24 25'26 27'
r,flWli Lo^�� 2,3,4.5,6.
Block   I      '     ' U- 15 18. 19 and 20,
" ami " u, ' , ('k 15; Lot^ i 5. 12,
203, p;,Y-  i ��.  9- Btibdivision of Lot
2.7 .....,;; ;^ j��* 4. ot Lo,
Under I I'' olalmiug through or
at>y Inter .'' a11 i),,rSoT��s claiming
tils ol      '   '" Vn" Kili'l land bv vlr-
f10 aU perso^f1?"."13 ,nstrument,
In th,       ,       claiming any Interest
Btl      |    '  u'"'  by descent,  whose
Virion   ...   .'l'L'ls!'" il  under the pro-
ar.   ,,     y    Land   ReR!stry   Act,
h.  .,; .i conteet the clal,,   of
from ,p.,.,(,,     %''    Within   ten   davs
ot ti,i, ������' " "f "h" "rs, pu'iiieafon
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 190*.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C, eccupation, farmer,
intends to apply for p-rmlsston to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
bay at northwest corner of Davies
lsiand. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLS_N,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vanoouver, 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 island. Dated June 4th.
1909. Applying for the whole Island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 4th, 1909.
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains, , ^^ (.lUeri      the  restaurant_
thence north to coast, thence follow- aud re.
lng the coast line    to point ot commencement.
WILFRID DOUGALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12. township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1757a, Issued in
the nam. of William Oleson, has been
filed ln this efflce.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration o." one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce. New West-
nlnster  B. C. August 2, 1909.
marked. "There will be something
doing her tonight." They ordered
local option beer and made a hurried
exit. The explosion ibroke the plate
glass window and hurled chairs tables
and dishes iu all directions. It was in
the same building that the negro Boyd
killed Edward Warden, for which he
was hanged. Woodward has been a
frequenter of the place.
MONTREAL MAY  HAVE
THIRD  RITZ HOTEL
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, carpenter.  Intends  U> apply for permis-. 	
sion to    purchase    the following ae-,
**&����& at a post planted on Mineral Waters
the southwest shore of Mound   sianu
Dated. June 4th, 1909.      Applying tw
the whole lsiand, containing 80 acre-
more or less. ,__,
JACOB  JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD. Agent
Dated June 4th.  1909
,s notice
*'l In default of a.cav-1 T H
IT  PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
E       DAILY NEWS    Telephone 13.
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
j. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Montreal, Sept. 21.���William Harris, chairman of the Ritz Hotel company. London and Paris arrived in
Montreal tonight in connection with
the project to erect a Ritz hotel on
the Dow property, Phillip, place. Har-
rlss was accompanied by C. D. Wet-
more, of the widely known New York
firm of architects, Warren and Wet-
more, who at present are building the
immense New York Central terminal,
New York. It Is stated on good
authority that the capital of the hotel
scheme will be $1,000,000 bctids, $1-
000.000 preferred, $1,000,000 common
stock. It is understood the bonds already have ibeen purchased and some
preferred stock taken by local financiers.
RUSSIA DEMANDS REMOVAL
OF CHINESE CUSTOMS  HOUSE
Canton, Sept. 21���(Special Corres
pondence.)���The government of Russia has demanded that China remove
her new customs station from Algun
on the Amur river or tbo treaties of
Aigun and St. Petersburg will be cou
sldered, by Russia, a�� being at an eud.
According to both these treatteB th*
Amur river wa. to ibe navigable tor
both countries but the establishing of
a ciiBtonvs station, theretm, prevents
Russia from holding her former privileges.
Explosion Kllrs Moors.
Paris,    Sept.  21.���A    report    from
Tangier says 200 persons were killed
amd others wounded by the explosion
of a powder  magazine  at High,  Morocco.   The market place was crowded   at   the   time.     Human  flesh   was
��� scattered broadcast.   Many   Ibuildlngs
,wei_  demolished  and the entire vil-
Offlce. El0l,tn ���*��� plage was damaged.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue ana Marion Street
SEATTLE
;;.ates :
Rcom   $1   p-.r   day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50  per  day up.
r-7om  with   bath  $2.50 per   day   up.
Room with bath arH board $4 per day.
Alp outside rooms, with hot and cold
wa'er   st��am heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and hoats
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell   Hotel.
Percy Hermaut, Toronto.
D.  G.  James, Si attle.
D. A.  McKee, Laduer.
Geo. P. Fry, Montreal.
D.  James, Vancouver.
F.  Dewar, Kamloops.
B. Wilson. Calgary.
T. Deans, Vaucouver.
A.  W.   Parker, Vancouver.
Roy  W.   Taylor, Vancouver.
Andrew Halkett, Ottawa.
Kent Whipple, Toronto.
Roht.  N. McLean Toronto.
H. T.  Brewitt, Vancouver.
J. V. McNaulty, Vancouver.
F. H. Hudson, Vancouver,
It.  Steele, Vancouver.
M. Jarvis, London.
W. Lucas, Vaucouver.
Mail Service
Following are tlie hours of despatcn
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, tlie hour given in
each case being tlie nour ot closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despatched and received dally except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday are the G. N. R. Soutli
and C. P. R. east mails, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, Praser
Mills and Coquitlam.
C.
A.
J.
Windsor   Hotel.
J.  A.   Murray, Vancouver.
S.   A.  Hamhley, Gold-.n.
O. H. Richardson, Salmon River.
A.   Watts,  Seattle.
Hugh  Dixon,  Vancouver.
Jas. Beresford, Vaucouver.
G.  Shorter, Vancouver.
George  Scoffin. Chilliwack,
A. E. Skinner, Helena. Montana.
Geo.   Ferguson,  Buffalo,   N.Y.
Allan  Grant,   Buffalo   N.Y.
O.  D. Ranks, Vancouver.
James Ker, Vancouver.
G. J. Sparks, Vancouver.
DRUNKEN COSSACK
WOUNDS  FIVE PERSONS
St. Petersburg, Sept. 21.���A drunk-
Malls Despatched.
6:00 a.m. (closed at eleven ociock
the previous uignij���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mail for Abbotsiord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are deiJ-
patched by way ol Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points east and soutn;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz-
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
zelmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays  and  Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Timberland and Soutli Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
en Cossack of Emperor Nicholas'| 1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
Bodv Guard, enraged bv the teasing of I 2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, Iby courier,
a number of children, ran amuck! 2:00 p.m. (Summer montns close at
through the streets of St. Petersburg 12:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
with a drawn Balbre. Before he was Guichon, Westham Island and Sun-
cornered and overpowered hy soldiers bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
he had dangerously wounded five per- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
sons two of whom probably will die. "J- 0. Bruce." (Steveston mall des-
The  man   chased   a    three-year-old .patched and received via Vancouver.)
child  into the  courtyard ot    a   jail, I    2=30    p.m.-Vancouver    and    "	
where he struck the bov down with Siding, via G. N. R. north.
hi8 sabre.   He wounded two men who      3   pm -Cloverdale,   Nl��
tried to protect the child, and Inflict-1 Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
ed a score of frightful wounds upon a Thursday. Friday and Saturday; Tyrre-
Piper
Niromekl,   and
laundress. His fifth victim was a soldier, whom he struck down before he
was'finally disarmed tnd secured.
AUSTRIA'S NEW STATES
PROVE A WHITE ELEPHANT
Vienna, Sept. 21.���The expenses in
connection with the annexing of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as revealed by
the budget, cause astonishment. The
ministers of the <*ual monarchy met
yesterday to discuss the figures���$12o-
000,000 for naval and military purposes.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATUN.
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dally trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter lervlce.
For Information apply to
J. H. ROG1-R9. Tntfflc Manner.
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Tn.dc Mahk��
Ociiions
.... CorrwoHTs Ac.
S^3��r.__pd��o_%��%s
tut free. Oldert ��cii..ry tor��MurlnirP��tm  ���'.
nPalonU taken tlimurt liuun * Co. 1-colW
Str, ial untie*, without ohnlve. In the
Scientific Jim can.,
C-na.in, *J.75 a reet, postiwte prepaid.    SoW B.
nil r -ymi wire. ..        ���     .
mm 4Co wjr^New &r_
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mall is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, via G. N. R-
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Fra-
eer Mills. This mall takes the following local niaces: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond. Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agassis,
Lytton, Llllooet, Spenoes' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all noints east
except Kootenays.
������
Mails Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all D. S. points, via G. N. K.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m��� Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:08 to 10:00 am.���Strawberry HtU,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10; 00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.ra.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park,
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���Bust Burnaby. by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam. by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
9:40  p.m.���Second   Mall  east,   and
losed mail from Sumas, and Seattle,
nd nding XT.  S.  A.  matter, and  also
Fraser Mills.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS,
WEDNESDAY
EPTEM
BER 22
TRUMPET   CALL   FOR   BARGAIN
SEEKERS.
We are offering to
those who are looking for a "genuine''
bargain Glass Water Jugs, any one
of which you find
in our crockery
window,  for  only
which is a very
soft touch on the
contents of your
purse. It is a thing
you always need,
and as big prices
are on a vacation
we can offer these
at a reduced rate.
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IHot Timej
IS   MOST   OVER   THIS   YEAR
W'e trust you will
lind it convenient
to rigidly inspect
our line of heating
stoves before you
buy, as we feel positive We can please
you in price, quality and style.
City News
Everything for the garden a:
phone 1S4.
Tidy's
��
:
���
���
The new
Labor    Temple    will  he
opened by
a smoking concert on Sep-
tember   29,
Represeutatives   of   the
Vancouver
Trades   and   i TRjOr   Coun-
ci] will he
���'nvite.|.
Vidal   &
Bacchus,  Storage.   .Market
Square.    P
lone 4 7."'.                      _lL'-ii.
��� Anderson & Lusby ���
T.. H. Grant, of the West End
Grocery, has I etti placed n charge of
T S. Anuandale's store. ,1 Bever-
idge, the present head, will travel for
4 the W H. Malkin Co., Vancouver.
���
��� For Qrst-class cut (lower, and auy
* kind of Floral work, telephone Davies'
[Greenhouse, _.2i)_. ���*
COLUMBIA STREET.
�����������������������������������*�����������������������������������
I
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost  while   holidaying   use
Muir's Maze. Cream
We also hav_ all kinds of complexion   creams  and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STOR.
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
CALL   AND   SEE   OUR   BIG   STORE
FILLED WITH   LITTLE PRICES.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
BUSINESS
SCMOOL
with a knowledge of the latest methods, this school ls prepared to lead
the students placed in its care by the
shortest road through the most thor-
lough course to a desirable goal. SYSTEM  its  watchword;   PROGRESS its
I goal, and HONOR, Us trade mark.
i Both day and evening classes are
now being conducted.      Call or write.
A.  L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
The luncheon to R, J, Maclean,
president of the Wilmington board of
trade, Delaware, will be held later In
the week. Mr. Maclean arrived in
Vimcouver rn Monday.
B, C. B. V,. city and Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for tha ac-
commodation of the New Westminster people att. nding the horse races
at Minoru park. Lulu island. Th
(last Sapperton car will leave the office at 11:30 p.m., and the city car at
11:20 p.m, _
The Fruhling dredge will noi return
;to  thv  work   on   the  Sandheads  until
{the fishing becomes less troublesome
the  nets  strung  across  the  channel
making work almost impossible.
New 4-room    cottage,    modern, ��.i
Durham street,    near Fourth.    Price
$1300;   ,_0u    cash,    balance $lj  per.
[month.      White,  Shiles    _    Co., 628
|Columbia street, city, **
Richard,    Wllloughby,    of    Browns- i
: ville   died    Monday  of   consumption,
lafter a long illness, at tlie early age
of 19.   Thv Interment will be at Ma-
pie   Ridge.
The steamer Transfer wil] hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharf
for Ladner, Westham Islanil and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra return
trip arriving In the city in the even- I
ing. Trijis wil] be made to Steveston as the business warrants. ** I
!
Alex. Matheson and Mr.. Matheson j
left yesterday for Seattle, to take |
part In the celebration of Odd Eel-1
lows' Day. being prominent members
of the local lodges of Odd Fellows |
and Rebekahs respectively,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT,
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Re 11-100 acres of portion of section 21. block 5, north range 6, west
jNew Westminster district.
| Whereas proof of the loss of certi-
jficate of title number .^G57F issued In
(the name of Island Lodge No. 24, I. O.
iO. F., ha. been filed ln this offlce.
Notice is hereby giviti that I shall.
'at the expiration of one month from
Uhe date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the  city  of   New  Westminster,   issue
a   duplicate   of    he   said   certificate,
unless   In  the  meantime valid   objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,  New  Westminster, B. C, September 9, 1909.
Vidal
Market
i
', Close
car line,
several
for $25
Price $275.
628   Columbia
& Bacchus. Customs Brokers.
Stairs.       Phone   475,      212-0
to the new
on   Tmtb
choice
down.
Vancouver cutoff
avenue, we have
lots  that  we  can   sell
balance   .lu  monthly.
White,    Shiles   _   Co., ||
street,  citv ��*
TRADE
Owner will trada 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.
NOTICE.
First   Street   Sewer   Assessment.
A Court of Revision will be held
nt the City Hall on September 22nd
at 10 a.m. for the purpose of hearing
appeals against the above assessment,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Citv Hall, New Westminster, Sept.
15, 1909.
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JU)E IN SOUTH BEND lVttl 1 Ul_. 5
J A Full Line of HEATING AND COOKING STOVES. ���
5 Contractors for Plumbing and Heating. }
j JAMES &IvicCLUGHAN
J Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
������������������������������������������������������^��������������������������������������������������������������������������������#����M+;
Mrs. Gilley writes to the city coun-:
cii suggesting the Improvement of
Toronto place the reserve just east of I
the provincial jail. Tiiis open space l
might he made au attraction, and If
the council sees fit to clear it up she;
offers to donate shade trees to be j
planted thereon.
I   Wanted,    apprentice  to  thoroughly j
learn printing end of newspaper busi-
ness.     Apply In own handwriting C. j
A. C, P. O. Drawvr 29, City.
The case of the Crown vs. Prasoloskl, on a charge of perjury, will come j
up  for  trial  In  the county court this i
morning  at  11  o'clock.    The  parties j
concerned are all Poles and an Interpreter   will   be   necessary.     W.   Norman   Bole,  KC,  is prosecuting
Vidal  &  Bacchus,  Customs  Brokers
and  warehousemen, have moved Into '
their  new  and  commodious    quarters
in     the    Thomson     building,  Market|
Square,  'phone   475. 212-6
R,   .1.   Church, secretary of the international   Contract   Co.   of   Seattle,
which  has the contract  for the erec-!
tion of the Lulu  Island bridge, is  in |
the city, In connection with work. He (
stated   yesterday   that   the   company
would put In a tender on the construe
tion of the proposed  steel towers to |
carry  the power  wires  for the operation   of   the  Chilliwack  electric   line, [
over the Westminster bridge.
Buy orchard  lands  while they are |
cheap and become Independent,     We I
are the official agents of The Western i
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd, Lei
us tell you about their choice holdings
at Appleland,     A  new townsite and i
fruit distrlcl    along  the line of    tha!
II. C,  Eleotrie Chilliwack llne and V. j
Va & E3, Cloverdale to Sumas Hailway. I
Tliis section excelis in the production
of all fruits.    Come al mire whil_ thei
best lands are Belling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense.
We can   sell    live,  ten,    fifteen  ami
twenty acre tracts on easv terms.     )���'
jj.  Hart  & Co.,  Ltd. ������
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colombia St.
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I
Snaps in Lots \
l.n_;l,_S ?e��ruSse corner-5 m,NUTE8 to 8,xth st- ca�� :
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
8EAS0N.
___mTV_?.T.8 _____    TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE-66x145  FEET-
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS. '
2 LOTS, NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;   TERMS.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. in. a_ I
X        These snaps are money-makers.   For further
t particulars apply to
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
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Our New Styles in Women's
and Misses1 W ear For Fall
Attract Many Shoppers.
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EVERY DAY FINDS OUR WOMEN'S WEAR SECTION CROWDED WITH SHOPPERS INSPE.
ING THE NEW FALL STYLES���THEIR WORDS OF PRAISE GIVE THE CORRECT ANSWER TO
THE  QUESTION,      "ARE     WE     AS   USUAL,   LEADERS   IN   WOMEN'S   ATTIRE?"
NOT A SEASON CAN WE REMEMBER WHEN THE STOCKS WERE MORE COMPLETE
MORE   INTERESTING  THAN THEY ARE THIS SEASON.
FROM THE FASHIONABLE COSTUMES, SHOWING THE 'MOYEN AGE" STYLE OF TAIL-
ORED BEAUTY, TO THE NEWEST STYLES IN COATS, THIS DISPLAY OF STYLISH GARMENTS   IS   COMPLETE.
EVERY MODEL WAS PERSONALLY SELECTED AND YOU WILL FIND OUR GARMENTS
HAVE THE  BEST OF THE   PRICE ARGUMENT.
EARLY   SELECTION   IS ALWAYS   BEST���MOST   SATISFACTORY  IN   EVERY WAY.     COME IN
TODAY,  STUDY  THIS  FALL DISPLAY AND  MAKE YOUR  SELECTION.       READ     THESE    ITEMS
BELOW AND GAIN AN IDEA  OF THE   PROMINENCE OF THIS DISPLAY.
*_3a_KHS_55S��22
NEW   IMPORTATION   OF
Dress   Materials
The season's most popular
weaves and colorings in
British, French, and German
Dress    Fabrics,    have    Just
All-Wool Bengalees
.1.00 Per Yard
a hard finished, all wool
cord dress material in a
weight adaptable for present day tendencies in dress:
44 Inches In width in reseda,
wisteria, rose, taupe, cardinal, navy and black per
yard    $1.00
been placed In s^fk. We
mention a fen of the ne"'
lines; ask to s' e them in
the Dress <; |    si  I
Satin Venetians io
Self Stripes 90c Yard
A splendid new range|n
these popular Suitings, wide
or narrow stripes In brown,
navy, green, reseda grey,
taupe, wisteria, rose, cardinal, black, etc. Per yard 90c
MILLINER.
Our Millinery display is
one of rare beauty.
Never before have more
strikingly novel and charming creations been evolved
than ar�� embodied in the
present showing of Millinery
Modes. The happiest conceptions of America's and
Europe's foremost producers
vi> with one another for
admiration, while many
smart originals and adaptaa
tions from our own workroom command enthusiastic
interest.
Nearly every Hat todiy
shows a touch of metal. The
gold effects Include the entice scale of tints, from almost black to the glittering
yellow       of newly-coined
metal.
Another feature of the
season is the favor shown
black-anoVwhite combina
tions. While this t.ndency
was noticeable in the late
summer millinery it promises to reach its height during the fall and winter season. The favorite combination is th�� black shape with
trimming executed entirely
in  whit*.
IAND DAGS
Exceptionally      interesting
values in Hand Bags.
Most attractive selection
made for some time. Included are a large number ol
ibags of Canadian manufacture In Ihe new shapes witJi
(ierman silver frame in gilt
gray or gtinmetnl finish,
Borne wiiii leather lining
and Inside coin purse, the
leathers are neat, goat seal,
goat walrus, and genuine
morocco. Also comprised In
the selection are a number
of high grade Imported hags.
Prices    $1-25  t0  $5.95
CORSETS
The Corset problem solved
for women of stout and medium figure.
The new Corset model.
meet every require���tent ""<1
Unit's the kind we handle.
Form fitting, not form pinching or squeezing; they represent perfect corset comfort. This Is especially important this season.
Every woman knows that
the secret of good dressing,
the secret of good health���
is largely solved by the corset. Our prices prevent no
woman from obtaining corsets to suit. Prices from,
pair 75c to $6.50
AUTUMN SUITS
COSTUMES
All new and every "ne a
real beauty, Waists, Slur's
and Wraps, too of unsurpassed style and charm ex'
hihited.
Misses' or small women's
3-piece subs in navy, green
and brown; wa I made
jumper style wil i neai P'P'
ings of ottoman Bill '
flare skirt and i ,; ] Htt,n8
coal wiiii silk color and rev-
ers.    Price   ....$23.50
A      Wide      a
misses suits in French serges and plain clotll ; ���'>" '"
the new dlagona weaves;
smart, nifty styles; *""]r
plain tailored effects others
nicely trimmed with u&\
braiding, Price $16.75 to $2=
Women's Suds Id l,liU"
Venetian cloth; colors are
brown, navy, black, |l(";
deaux, satin lined. Coats
38 to 45 Indies '"'h-'- ���"
dure skirts trimmed ""
strappings some In ���f'':'l
Age" style, some Of me
coats In the new BUiwj
Brown design with IWW
strapping over the li'l'S.
Price ...$29.75 to %U-W
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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