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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, octobe
R 28,
Classified
vertisements
WANTED.
FOR   8ALE. TO RENT. LOST. FOUND.        FEAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINES3. FRATERNAL, ETQ.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about It, he would not sell any.     You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should   purchase  from   yCu
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.     Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time In business everyone must of n cessity   know  all   about"   ^ 8��m<1'
wares.      Use the  advertising columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the times. - s Us and our
WANTED���SITUATION    ON
first-class  milker.      Apply
this office.
FARM  LOST���ON   COLUMBIA   STREET,   A
W.  K-,
WANTED���JOB ON A MILK RANCH
by experienced milker. Apply J.
Currle, Victoria Boarding House,
Sapperton.
WANTED���POSITION,    BV    YOUTH
16 years old, handy with horses and
can serve behind grocery count er.
Apply Z, this office. 245-3
WANT IOD���TWO Oil li YOUNG MEN
to occupy two nice bedrooms; all
home comforts. Address 11. K.,
News Office. 243-2
lady's  fur.      Finder   please   return
to this office.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO
in fine condition, well known make,
bargain; easy terms. Apply H,
Daily News Offlce.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P. 0.  Box 795.
WANTED���380 CEDAR PILES. FOR
particulars apply to W. W. Forrester, contractor, 517  St. George St.
WANTED���SOUTH AFRICAN WA It-
rants. Highest casli price paid.
General Securities Co., Ltd., 3_1
Homer street, Vancouver. 240-IS
DRY GOODS���YOUNG MAN, AGED
24, wants position; eight years' experience; show card writer; good
references. Apply Box D. G., News
office. 240-6
WANTED���GOOD LOT IN WEST-
minster; can pay $75 to $100 cash.
balance $75 quarterly. Give particular to H, Drawer 855, Vancouver.
WANTED���YOUTH ABOUT Sixteen years to learn dry goods business. Apply at once. W. S. Collister Co. 232-tf
FOR SALE���CHEAP, RETORT JEW-
ell heater, gord as new; suitable
l'or large room or hall. For wood
or coal.      Box 16, Dally News.
REAL  ESTATE.
I HAVE BUYERS FOR PROPERTY
in any part of Westminster or Burnaby; also on Chilliwack line.
Owners only. Give full particulars,
P. O. Box 942, New Westminster.
WHITE, SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm  and  suourban  property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS, t CO. LTD., REAL ES-
tate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phon* IS4.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R.    J.    McNeil.      Over   T.    Oven,
blacksmith shop  on   Eighth  street.
Carriages built, repaired and palmed.     All work guaranteed.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,  B.   C.   LAND   SUR-
��� iveyor.      Eliard block, New    Westminster, B.  C.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. A. STANDISH, AN EXPI.R-
lenced and first-class dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
ln Room 14, Smith block, 62a Columbia street.   A trial requested.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this offlce.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���LARGE DOUBLE BED-
room, suitable for two gentlemen;
reasonable terms.  828 Royal ave.
246-12
PACIFIC RHALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate aia lnsura_.ee. Money
to  loan,  744 Columbia Btreet.
TO RENT���LARGE BEDROOM.    AP-
ply 713 Trew street. 241-6
TO    RENT���STABLE.
Third  avenue.
APPLY   321
243-3
MARSHALL BINCLAIR, 1NSUR-
ance, real eetate, etc., li located for
the present at the offlce of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Wiadsor Hotel
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D. GOOD-T-LJ-OW, ARCHITECT,
Hall-La very Block.
EDWIN G.
Gulchon
. RAIT, ARCHITHCT-
Telephrae 338.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac., city. A llne
will bring hlm.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug storL.
and "The Fair," Columbia  street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
t_rs and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia str.et, New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   AND   SELL 7^Z
hand goods
office,
A Speck,
"con
near Trd
STENOGRAPHY    &   TYPEWR|TlN
FREEMAN     BUNTING     HO'l.i
Guichon block.     P. o, Box 694,
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures aad supplies, liouse 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 *t.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKen.i-i streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
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.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices,
Room. 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville stret, corner of
Hastings street.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY .
Typewriting; copy work, iiusm'J
letters,    etc.      Provli "*
lumbla street.     P]. ���
62.
Ollice,
THEATRES,
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLll
_Ia street. Fins-class ~_n.v|
pictures; illustrated songs; num
ous attractions. i'^.zram'than*
Monday, Wednesday aud FridavT
GEORGE   E.   MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
THE EDISON THEATRE, COHNl
Columbia and Eighth. Miitii-cii
moving pictures, illustrated son]
Program changed Monday, Wedq
day and Friday.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All wblte cooks; no Oriental labor 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.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S i
loring.      A new    Hup   0f fall I
lng just ln.     Hut-on asking, prf
lng and repairing.     ;.��.��� 9, s_
block.    Entrance* 625 Celumtilal
and 264 Clarkson st.   Pfcon. R.jf
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORK!
Co., bank, offlc. and s_tp> tittml
cabinet, stair, showcases, manj
and detail work,
mates furnished
prletor. Work*
and car line. P.
473.
Den sis and i
.1 ir-oke:
Conor El
0. box 264, .nl
Commissioners
Clean Up Slate
(Continued  from  Page One.) i
portation   on   the   soutli   side   of     the (
Fraser river. '������
North Road Crossing. ��  I
Mayor  Keary,  Reeve  Byrne,  C.   H.
Stuart-Wade,   secretary  of  the  board
of trade, and  W.  A.  Smith, of    Bur-
quitlam, gave evidence with reference
to   the     dangerous   crossing  of     the j
Nortii  road  by tlie  G.  N.  R.  at this ;
point, and the    commissioners prom-'
tsed an investigation hy one of their ;
officers,  also  saying    they  might  be
able to contribute up.to a fifth of lhe
coat of   the Improvement  under the.
powers conferred at the last session.
A final ruling would be given at their
next sitting in January.
Vidal & Bacchus Withdraw.
The application of Vidal & Bacchus, of this city, for an order directing the G. N. R. to provide a crossing over the C. P. R. and B. C. E. R.
to their warehouse on Market square,
came up in the afternoon, and J. E.
McMullen Intimated it had been withdrawn. A. H. McNeill, on behalf of
the G. N. R., said he was unaware
that any application had been made,
or even where this crossing was
sought.
Freight Rates Eastward.
A iong discussion came up on alleged discrimination against Vancouver in the matter of freight rates
east and west, by which trade was favored east to west, and the western
shippers charged higher rates for
their produce and also on the shipment of grain westward.
H. A. Stone, president of the board
or trade, introduced the question of
freight rates, and E. H. Heaps spoke
on the grain question. Mr. Stone
asked for permission to bring the
whole matter of rates before the
commissioners at a latter date, while
Mr. Heaps asked for urgency to obtain terminal facilities at the port to
handle the grain of Alberta.
The C. P. R. objected that the
whole matter of rates had been before the board in 1904, and the com-1
pany was unaware a change had
arisen ln the situation to warrant a
reversal of the board's policy. F.
W. Peters, assistant to William
Whyte, second vice-president of the
C. P. R., said the companv would provide elevator facilities as'soon as the
market warranted.
The chief commissioner promised a
hearing  as soon  as  possible for  the
whole situation, probably in January
next.     He d'd not express any opinion on th. Question of the westward
route from the gr.aln of the prairies.
Carrall Street End.
The closing up of the Carrall street
crossing by the C. P.  R., preventing
access to the U. S. S. Co. and other
wharves, came up, the city of Vancouver  seeking    power  to    construct  a
footbridge across to the wharves over i
the (tacks,
Mr. McMullen objected that section'
239 of the Railway act prevented the
commissioners having any jurisdiction, as there must be a highway,
which the C. P. R. denied had existence.
W. A. Macdonald, K. C, appeared
for the city of Vancouver.
Mr. Duncan argued for the public
usage of the wharves, that as they
were for public service and communication, they should be given access
from a civic highway. There was
no means of access from the C. P. R.
depot to Columbia avenue crossing.
The company had seven or eight
tracks at the last place and were always shunting, to the danger of the
public. There was no flre protection
on the waterfront, and If the bridge
was constructed hose could be left
for fire protection.
Mr. McMullen said the steamship
companies' leases would be terminated at an early date, the company requiring the" land for other purposes.
Judgment was reserved on the point
of jurisdiction raised by Mr. McMullen.
Russell  Hotel.
John M. Spencer, Toronto.
C. B. KIrllond and wife, Chicago.
C. Phelps KIrllond, Chicago.
C. J. Rowbottom, Chicago.
D. E. Snell, Chicago.
J. P. Mcintosh, Chicago.
Albert Deans, Langley Prairie.
J. L.  McFarland, Vancouver.
J. R. Waldo, Vancouver.
G. S. Llttlejohn, Vancouver.
Hy. Burr, Ladner.
Alexander Wallace   and wife, Van
couver.
A. G. Howes and wife, London, i)nt
M. Fnrr, Vancouver.
J.  H. Watson, Vancouver.
R.  A.  Henderson,  Chilliwack.
A. G. Urquhart, Vancouver.
H. Swaffer, Vancouver.
R. H. Carley, Nelson.
T. Y. Cunnington, Manchester.
Jas. Watt. Toronto.
R. A. Henderson, Chilliwack.
Miss K. Henderson. Chilliwack.
H. W. Miller, Vancouver.
S. King, Vancouver.
Windsor Hotel.
F. W. Leacock, Banff.
H. S. Britt, Newberg, Ore.
J. Cameron, Edmonton.
M. E. Herries, Port Kells.
Walter Norton, Toronto.
John Hennah, Mt. Lehman.
Andie Johnson, Vancouver.
D. M. Thomson, Rossland.
J. H. Robinson, Seattle.
G. Gillies, Vancouver.
W. Manson, Vancouver.
James Elde, Vancouver.
L. T. Muhravey, Vancouver.
F. Vandi, Vancouver.
L. E. Dunham, Vancouver.
P. Fraser, Vancouver.
O. Haggety. Vancouver.
F. Smith, Seattle.
R.   P.  Irwin,  Vancouver.
N. G. and W. M. Fisher, Ladner.
Big Diamond Swindle.
Berlin, Oct. 27.���A despatch from
Windhook, Cape Colony, says it is officially stated that part of the diamonds alleged to have been found at
Conception Bay were actually smuggled into West Africa. A big swindling scheme is unearthed.
FRONT STREET
is the place to buy or sell new and
second-hand good3 of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELL. JARS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
>t
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tell you all we
have, but no matter what you want.
come here flrst.
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HAND . STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel.
JPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND 3AU8AGE.
AT THI -""\
Central Meat Market
Oerner Eight- Bt ana   nm Avrato
phone am
���OWELL * ODDY, Proorietora.
Well-Dressed
Men
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000109
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. 8. 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 In sums of $l and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
-tote?. Assets ov.r $l6.,ooo,ooo.oo.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
,_       O. D. BRYMNER, Manage_.
are wearing our
Ready-to- Wear
Tailored Suits.
Why?
They are better ��� better
style, better materials, and
less money. You have here a
selection to pick from impossible in any "made-to-order''
store, and you can get it right
away.
1S&Z
Twentieth Century Suits, $20 to $30. ,
We are the sole agents for this celebrated brand.
Phillips, Wardrobe Clothier OCTOBER 28, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.     1
erna
nai Oil
Per Cent
i
���hi a
0
.
on Tuesday, October 26th, and will reach $1.00 per share in a short time. The
principal part of our REFINERY MACHINERY is already manufactured as per
our order for same.   The most attractive investment on the market today.
X
WE
VE THE OIL
a
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s
^
to supply our refinery.   Nothing else has made money as fast as good oil stock.
Shares 15c cash, par value $1.00, Fully Paid and Non-assessable.
B. C. REPRESENTATIVES:
AULD, GWIN & McCLARTY
614 Hastings Street W. Phone 4327
SEATTLE OFFICE:
330-331 PIONEER BUILDING
Phone Main 5865.
TWO DAYS
w Nov. 1-2
TUESDAY
Special Notice
Seat Sale Now on at
Ryall's Drug Store.
Secure early, us there is a
tremendous demand.
Prictis 5Uc. 75c, $1.00, $1.50
THE PRODUCTION HERE
WILL BE THE SAME IN
ALL DETAILS AS WILL BE
PRESENTED AT VANCOUVER OPERA HOUSE FOR
5 PERFORMANCES, AND
WHICH WILL BE SEEN
FOR 31 PERFORMANCES
AT THE MOORE THEATRE, SEATTLE, WHERE
IT OPENS FOR THIS UNPRECEDENTED ENGAGEMENT ON NOVEMBER 7.
"Another Ben Ik"
10 Weeks
McVicker's
Theater, Ch'go
8 Weeks
-N. Y. Sun.
Announces the First Western Tour
of the Young Romantic Acior���
WRIGHT
16 Weeks Knickerbocker Theater, New
York.
12 Weeks Tremont
���nd Majestic Theaters
-   Boston.
Academy of
Muuc.Baltii-'re
ANOTHER SEN H_R"-New Vork Sun.
LORIMER
IN THE POWERFUL ROMANTIC DRAMA
SHEPHERD KING
""Tho Largest Dramatic Produotlon Ever Staged""THI
OPINIONS OF THE EASTERN PRESS
"The Shepherd KinR will take its   place   side   by   side   with   Ben   Itur.
nnd   ir   I   were   asked   to   decide   which of the two imp- tin1 highest Btandard
of  excellence,   my   judgment   would   hi   decidedly  in  favor  ot The  Shepherd
Iting."���New   York   Qlooe.
"Wright  Lorimer,  a   stpir  of  whom   Boston  la   proud."���Boston   American.
"Tlu' Shepherd King, p.i tiv Knickerbocker Theater, was a mosl Interesting event, ami lifts Wright Lorimer to a position of the liip;iip-si consideration   In   tin'   world   of   players,���New  Vork  Herald.
"Wright I Inn r. who played David, is a skilled actor "i great artistic ability, New  Vork World.
UND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Ihten m.(vlc,n that an Wcatlon has
|*ow_; JV'-TlTT Anul* Ryder
Kted li.       slmple, under a tax
|HRv_roil\HMn*y A' FteU!her t0
_*����&_* bearlnR dat�� th�� l3th
ICta TA'Y ?- 1906, ot all and
P ^ W ,CPna!n ��"��*�� or tract
|��M 4:n*  I>�����il��es  Situate,  lying
*���   hi8 tl19 ToTlnc. ot Brl.
c��luml)h
more    particularly
h i; ill *es_rl?ea   ������ **t **<
fcWl gBA.   H "d ��. Block
.'���. ll   . ��4,M'Bto* . Lots
I".* ni_0ck n- I^��ta 4, 6   12.
"fl &��i Lot. 1, 8. V M
'Block    kL4ni Jf8 1.8. 9.16 Md
J7: Ut81 g^4-5, snd 20, Block
UR ��. Blicl'   _16ana". Block II;
if'203.Gro_nV; \U MMWriona ot
.4n,'lf>  I loi'   ���I'ot�� 1��. 11, 12, 13,
V *�����. (in   H '   T  MbWrtto Ot
tue ot any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
In the said land by descent, whose
title le not registered under thp P���;
visions of tbe "Land Registry Act
are required to contest tke claim of
the tax purchaser within .ten days
from the date ot Hie first publication
uf this notice and In default of a cay-
eat or certificate of Us pendens !������
flled within such period, or In default
of redemption before registration, you
and each ot you will te forever estopped and debarred from ���8t��n*'JS
any claim to or k reepeet ef the ��ua
land, and I Bhall register Annie W��m
as owner thereot la fee. And I hereby order that publication of this noUce tor ten days ln a dally newspaper
published ln New Westminster wi��
be good and sufficient service there���-
Dated at the land registry office.
New Westminster, Province of ��""""
Columbia,  this  30th  day of Augusi,
A- D- I909- ������ru
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Samuel Coulter, Esq.
NOTICE RE LULU I8LAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge ��e
not considered    safe    for    Tehlcular
traffic,  and the public generally are
cautlonvd against    hauling  loads   olj
any kind over It
Persons continuing to do eo after
this notice must take all th* risks on
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk.
City Hall. New Westminster, July
23rd. 1909.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 18��9)
Capital Paid up t 4,700.000
Rsserv. Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
���.StaRi15.*01'!. Block 4," of Lot
Sn���,ynu SfttSS throu��h OT
!n,��rest in A   l*���01^ claiming
ln the said land by ylr-
or
THE HOME        PAPER
U the Paper That Print* AH
Uie     Home     News.
The    Dally   News
10c a  Week.
In and out of town accounts solicited.
8AVING3 BANK DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and "old.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster, B. C. Branch,
P. 8HUTE. Manager.
Walker Must Serve
Additional Year
(Continued from Page One.)
must have dropped from the floor
above.
The prisoner, who was not represented by counsel, questioned this
witness on the relative positions of
himself and the witness at the time
he was seen. The guard admitted
that he could not see the saw or the
cut from "vhere he stood, but saw
the arm of the prisoner moving.
William Walsh, a Jailer, who answered the warning shot, deposed
that he found the prisoner's cell open
and also that of Clark, another prisoner. He explained by means of a
model cell door, how a whole tier of
cells could be locked by a sliding bar,
the manner In which one cell could
he opened separately, and the method
by which lt was possible for a prisoner to prevent the locking of a cell
by use of his signal stick. When the
guard locked the tier these two doors
stood open, but could not be seen because the doors were set back 18
Inches.
John Inman, a guard, stated that
he latched the cells and locked the
tier. He did not, however, return
after locking the tier, to see lf all
the cells were locked.
Ex-Deputy Warden D. D. Bourke
stated that while the prisoner served
under him, there were no charges
of misconduct against him. There
might have been at other Umes.
The prisoner elected to give his
evidence as a statement. He said
that the cell was open, he walked
out and asked another man for a
smoke. He then sat In a window
to amoke, and while there was taken
charge of by the guard and returned
to his cell. He had nothing on him
when searched.
H. L. Edmonds, prosecutor for the
crown, addressing the Jury, stated
that four witnesses had given evidence under oath to show that the
prisoner had managed to get out of
the cell, and that he endeavored to
cut through one of the bars of a window, not even on the same floor as
his cell. The mere fact of the prisoner being out of his cell constituted
a legal attompt at escape.
Mr. Justice Irving briefly reviewed
th* evidence, charging strongly
against the prisoner. It was not
necessary that the guard should have
seen the saw In his hand, and the
lifting of the latch ln the cell constituted   an attempt   at escape.     The
prisoner claimed that there was nothing on him when lie was searched,
but a witness had testified that the
_aw was found on him.
The jury retired and in 15 minutes
,i .turned with a verdict Of "guilty,"
with a recommendation to mercy, on
account rt the good conduct of the
prisoner. His lordship remarked
that no other verdict could have been
given. With regard to the recommendation, evidence had not been adduced lo show that there was not bad
conduct, except during a limited
time. It was the duty of the judge
to enquire into the past Conduct of
ithe prisoner in awarding punishment. His lordship spoke to the
jury on the subject of punishment,
and concluded by stating that if the
conduct of the prisoner was found to
, have been good, then he would give
a light sentence.
After the trial of Clark was ended,
Walker was placed In the docket and
his   lordship   gave   him   some  advice
before  passing sentence,  urging  hiin
to earn his freedom by good conduct.
Looking over the books of  the penitentiary, Justice Irving read  the record of the prisoner.      At flrst he had
| received three years, then for an attack  on  a  guard    he   was  given  six
years.      Five  years  had  yet  to  run,
I and to this he was compelled to add
|another  year  for  the  attempt   to es-
;cape  of    which    lie  was    now  found
guilty.
J. W. Clark, charged with attempting to escape from custody in the
penitentiary on June 11, pleaded "not
guilty." The jury empanelled were
George O. Dennis, R. G. Dingle, G.
Digby, Zoel Cyr, A. M. Edmundson,
Job Davis, D. Currle, J. Ellis, A. E-
Dunvllle, Walter Dodd, C. E. Cameron, J. L. Collinson, the last mentioned being foreman.
Ex-Deputy Warden D. D. Bourke
proved the lawful custody of the
prisoner on a convletlon of forgery
ln Nanaimo, for which he received
three years.
Other witnesses gave evidence u>
the effect that Clark liberated himself from Me cell, in similar manner
as Walker, but was caught in the
building. The Jury retired before
luncheon and when court reopened,
brought in a verdict of "not guilty."
The court warned Clark that he
was placing himself in a dangerous
position ln attempting to escape, and
added a quantity of wholesome advice
before th<  prisoner was removed.
The case   of   Rex vs. Dragon was
the last called.     Dragon,   who Is a
Pole belonging to the settlement near
Aldergrove, was charged with criminal assault on Paulina Carolos.     He
pleaded not guilty.     The husband ot
Paulina Carolos, who was the principal witness for the prosecution, testified to the effect that he knew nothing ot the alleged assault until two
| weeks after it was supposed to have
ibeen committed, and that no charge
jhad been laid until six weeks later.
| The jury, after being out only a short
I time, brought    ln a verdict ol "not
guilty."
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THE DAILY NEWS.
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Dally News Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28,. 1909.
THE   PARTY   OF   PROGRESS.
The watchword of the Liberal party is Progress. By this is meant a
real, forward movement along lines
springing from a thoughtful and enlightened purpose for the advancement and development of British Columbia. Such a policy of progress
must necessarily be gradual In its application: it cannot be effected suddenly or hurriedly. And too, so unwisely and unfairly has the Tory Government administered the affairs of
the province that there are many
crooked ways to be straightened out;
many wrongs to be righted; many
abuses to be swept aside before a
clear road can be made and the work
of honest  development set about.
One greai purpose of the Liberal
program is to retain this as a white
man's country, and, by the adoption
of a strong policy of high purpose,
make British Columbia a place in
which it. is neither convenient nor
pleasant for Orientals to reside. Towards this end the Health Act would
be rigorously enforced. Regulations
would be imposed which would compel the Asiatics to put their dwellings
in order and a rigid inspection be
maintained to see that they kept
them in a sanitary condition. There
Is nothing more distasteful tp the
men of tlie Orient than cleanliness,
and to compel them to live up to the
white man's standard would probably
be in the highest degree objectionable to their notions of comfort. But
the w .ite man is at least entitled to
full protection against the dangers _-itor D,My ^^
created by the flretraps and dens of
filth in which these people too often
reside. Efforts have repeatedly
been made by
Legislature  to  enforce  this  common
profitable branch of stock-raising, we
imagine that the announcement of
the offer to auction off a number of
pure-bred sheep for breeding purposes will be of particular interest to
fanners throughout tbe Fraser valley.
| This sale, which is beinsr held at
Queen's park, on November 5th next,
by Mr. T. J. Trapp, is the first of its
kind in this part of the Dominion. It
is an experiment on the part of the
Live Stock Commissioner of the Dominion Government to encourage
; breeders to secure really first-class
an'mals, either for the improvement
of existing flocks or the establishment of pure-bred flocks. Tho sheep
Ito be offered comprise seven rams
and nine ewes of the well known
Shropshire breed; two Southdown
lewes and two rams; one Hampshire
ram and three lambs; and six rams
and ten ewes of the favorite Oxford
Downs sheep.
If this attempt to place the best
; of sheep at the disposal of our breed-
iers meets with acceptance and Is successful, similar sales Will be held under the same auspices from time to
time in the future. It is to be hoped
therefore that breeders will afford
every encouragement to the Department in this praiseworthy desire to
assist them, by attending the sale
numerously and purchasing the animals to be offered, at fair prices. It
may be mentioned that the sheep will
'be sold to the highest bidder without
. reserve. The animals will be on
I view in the pens at Queen's park,
from now until the day of sale.
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City     Hall.
Let McBride be honest and publish
'for the electors of the province the
; ful 1 terms of the contract with Mackenzie and Mann.
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(The Daily News la not responslDl.
for the opinions of its corre;-pondents.)
The  "Dam"  Question.
Sir,���I do not think the editorial of
Friday the 22nd, re the citizen's com-
., ���  niittee, is right, nor do I think the in-
the Opposition in  the |forence   (1,.awn  as   t()  John   Hendry's
Influence Is correct. First, why should
sense view, but it never commended Inot John Hendry, one of our most re-
itself to t.e McBride-Bowser faction, spected and enterpiising citizens, and
, . ,   , .    ,i      i   .   ,  .   i [one who has done much for the City
which has soperslstently played trai-1�� New u.estminstci, and who ls now
tor in respect to the    Oriental ques- Dach of the gtave Lake Power Co., lf
tion.   This enforcement of the Health he  has  now   a  private  and   separate
Act  would  be one way iti*' which  the
interest   outside  of  the  city.    Surely
Oriental  trouble might be minimized iJ"* "ty can see farther than to on-
ideavor   to   foster   only   one   elect rlct
Fish
COD,
HALIBUT,
SALMON,
FRESH   HERRING,
SOLES,
FRESH  BOILED CRABS.
Smoked Fish
Appetizers for Breakfast.
KIPPERED  HERRING,
BLOATERS   (Yarmouth   cured)
FINNAN   HADDIES,
SMOKED SALMON.
FRESH
EASTERN   SHELL    OYSTERS.
Vegetables
Cooking Apples, Table Apples, Quinces, Crooked Neck
Squash, Boston Marrow Fat
Squash, Hubbard Squash, Vegetable Marrows. Cauliflowers,
and all kinds of fresh vegetables.
PROMPT DELIVERY.
S. A. RICHMOND, Manager;:
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Boys and Girls
Gel your masks while we have a
complete stock. Dandies from 5
cents up. Special for today, Box
of Notepaper at 10c and 15c.
The Fairj
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same I
i
R. T. PRINCE
I  Auditor ond Accountant !
lAUDITS MADE, BOOKS OF ACCOUNTS OPENED ON APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
28'1909.
25arara_2
Everything is on the Boom
in Westminster
The citizens do not require to go outside tot anvthi
evident by the large and growing business done at ''his is
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT  FOR THE   HALL SAFE   CO.
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. O. BOX 795.
of the dyke. Surely .Air. Editor you
have not looked into the real situation. Your paper of Friday the 22nd
had not reached me until this morning as it was mislaid hence the fact
of not answering this sooner.
W.   R.   AUSTIN.
The Mission Band of St. Stephens'
church will hold its annual cake sale
on Saturday, October 30, at the residence of Mrs. VV. D. Reid, 609 Fifth
avenue. The sale will last from 3
until G. Refreshments will be served
in the course of the afternoon.
To  have your order for
Private Greeting
Christmas Cards
here  on time you  should  place
your orders early.
Nothing so nice as "For the |j
Empire Series," characteristic U
of Canada and British Columbia.
Come in and see the samples
at
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
New goods coming every day.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME.
if not ended.    Another way is by the
enforcement of the fair wages clause
power company.
Now that the time is fully ripe
io
In all Industries and undertakings in Slve ample room for the operation of
which the government has any voice, fe w��  f'10"ld   ���*"��    encourag.nent
' substantially   to  a   triendlv   rival   for
Ther.' is no reason, except that for the fast growing trade of' those two
securhg extraordinary profits, why growing cities, Westminster and Van-
the market rate of white men's wages couver. Again 1 say the inference,
should nol prevail in everv Industry |th,at, l!ie citizen's committee has been
.   .        .      ,. ' ,! misled   by   other   designing   persons,
carried on m this country. A Liberal  who   h;ld   an   ...lxe   to   grind���  is  not
Government  would    see    to it   that true.   In the person of Mr. J. S. Bry-
every opportunity is afforded to white,son, as a man that I have knowledge
of ever since coming to the country,
and have watched his career with
now  an  assured  confidence,  and can
men to perform the labor required,
and that the present unfair poslt'on
in which they are placed by,a low
scale of wages is removed.
There is another direction in which
it is desired to promote the development of the province, namely, by giving attention to what may be termed
the financial difficulties so of ien encountered by municipalities. Towards this end a Liberal Government
appeal to the honest citizens of Westminster if he has not shown a clear
understanding of the situation and
he spent time and money of his own
to inform himself and the citizens of
the real situation as he has proven
conclusively.
Now, Mr. Editor, 1 think this is
quite a reflection on the common
sense  of  the   citzens  who   have    ap-
WE SELL
The Sunshine Furnace.
WE DO
all kinds of Tinsmithing.
WE REPAIR HE A TERS
*     AND
WE SELL THE KOO TEN A Y
RANGE.
KIRK'S HARDWARE, New w���_*r, b. c
pointed the  committee not  to watch
would assist these bodies in carrying the  council   but   to  co-operate    with
forward the work of developing their them and strengthen their position,
districts by an augmentation of local  ,   We ��>ave done similarly  in Coqi.it-
������,   ���, ���, . , _ ,       ., 'am and it has worked admirably and
revenue. This would be effected by both citizens and council are satis-
transferring the power of levying and,fled it was the correct thing to do.
collecting   taxes  upon   personal   prop
erty from the Provincial Government
to the municipalities.
Another feature of local government that would receive attention
would be the method of appointing
police and license commissioners. It
is pretty generally recognized that
the present system of making these
Important appointments does not
meet the real views of the people,   lt
As one who has watched the matter
throughout and now am living In the
danger zone If the dam should be
built will still "say the danger to our
district from the Impurity of water
and from such a dam still remains
Now the readers wlll remember that
the great Mexican dam was pointed
out to us by the engineers as showing
the comparative safety of our smaller
structure, which was designed on exactly the same plan to be filled- In
just the same. That dam designed
by the same engineer being built un-
is therefore proposed that the princl- der   his.  instructions   has   gone    out
pal of election pursued in  regard to |with  disastrous results   (finaclally at
least).    It was found out also in our
criticism of the plan that the Coquit-1
lam dam If built  would assuredly go
out  lf  made on  the  same  plan,  just
eatrh  filled, and  must  fill   to  over- j
flowing ot the spillway until the wat- |
er must reach the loose earth when j
having ten  minutes of start.    There
was no power on earth could stop lt
.   .,,���.,    , from drowning out the whole Coqult-
Let McBrlde be honest and publish  iiim  vaUeyi  leaving nothing to show
for the electors of the  province the  where   Westminster   Junction    stood
municipal and other public bodies
should be adopted, and these commissioners appointed directly by the
votes of the citizens. We feel sure
that such a reform of the procedure
will commend itself to the electors
of the province generally.
DIAMONDS
We have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S A ND  HAMILTON  WATCHES.
List   Your   Property   With  Us
Dr. A. D. Buchanan, formerly of New
Westminster, is with us, and handling
New Westminster property exclusively
full  terms of the contract with   Mackenzie and Mann
PURE-BRED SHEEP.
Though we are most of us familiar
with the excellent quality of and palatable nature of what    is known  in
this district as Ladner lamb and mutton, ther is no doubt    room for improvement ln the general character of
the sheep raised in the Fraser valley.
There Is also undoubtedly ample opportunity for the raising of more mutton   than   is   at   present produced In
the district.      The demand for good
mutton  ls well  ahead of the supply,
and a considerable proportion has in
consequence to be Imported from the
prairie provinces.
With this admirable opening for a
and no man nor woman left alive In
the valley, also the adjoining prairie
to be overflowing to the full height
Canadian   Financiers,   Ltd
C.O      r_f_.AP.lt/ll     ���    see  '
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PHONE 4448
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urn
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money by their trading here. GIVE YOURSELF THP n   '  V'   ""m
THE DOUBT, and compare OUR prices with quality l"**" ��F
A large new arrival of PARLOR GOODS jus. ln"   g   'IUUl"!'
dow display, or better still, come in and look over our rtoS* '
are offering special discount prices on these
opportunity.
goods.     Thia Is
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Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 2,1
months.
This is good residential property
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.
McQuarrie & Co\
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
Thursday, Oct. 28,
Joseph M. Weber Presents the
Real Success,
THE CLIMAX\
BY  EDWARD  LOCKE,
Musical Theme By Joseph Carl Breil.
It will live forever. '
It was the talk of New York.
It will be the talk of this city.
Prices   -   25c to $1.50
Two Lots in West End
Close to the Car Line.
For Quick Sale Will Go at
$300 Each
MUST BE SOLD TODAY
HALE BROS.
706 COLUMBIA  STREET.
DIEBOLD SAFE _ND LOCK ��\
CANTON. OHIO.
Price, given on application for IJ4
Burglar proof and other saf��s. 1
doort;   locks, etc.
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FOR FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
TRADE   WITH   LS  AND   SAVE   MONEY
APEta lot of nice apples at $l-25' ^
CONCORD  GRAPES-Per
basket).
basket 70c (large
C. A. WELSH, The People's Gro
cer.
EGGS-The eggs we are selling at 3 dozen for $1 are
giving the very best of satisfaction.   Try them.
BUTTER- Three pounds of first-class country butter
for $1.00.
>n Phone373 .7.
jURSDAV
OCTOBER 28, 1909
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods liouse
SPORTING NEWS
"j This is the House of Quality
^H Phone 176.   ____^^^^^^^^
BOWLING
Westminster bent Vancouver by
IGO pins last evening, Latham making the high score of 205, In the
third, Tonight tho Southpaws and
. Royal City .Mills play. The scores
last evening were:
WESTMINSTER.
HANDLING IM WILL
FLOURISH THIS WINTER
'*���    "" niopltuiisitiK
By Express Shipment.
Latest in Dress Hat Shapes, Turbans, etc.
See them in our Millinery Salon,
second floor.
1.
2.
Q
Tot.
Johndro
..   ..120
130
179
435
 159
102
205
520
Wintemute
170
107
496
Carver
104
162
492
Gilchrist
 1C9
194
152
515
Total.
..   ..   773
820
BR.
865
2464
VANCOUV
Bonwlck
 134
163
172
469
Carlo
 150
117
156
459
McCauley
 198
190
152
540
Loose  ...
 127
158
141
420
Phillips
..    ..128
128
154
4ln
Total.
..    ..743
780
775
2304
j   FOOTBALL
Columbian College Students Give Special   Attention  to   Rugby���First
Game   Saturday.
Tte Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Easily-Tired Eyes
are the result of eyestrain. Seeing requires a muscular
effort only from those with imperfect , yes. By perfecting
sight we remove the strain, then fatigue and heaviness
over tin' eyes disappear.
We do not charge you to make an examination.
W. F. TATE,
New Westninster, B. C.
FOOTBALL PLAYER HAS ���
CONCUSSION OF BRAIN
:i ���
Hamilton, 0<;t. 27.���The condition
of Logle Armstrong, the young Montreal wing player who was injured in
the game with the Tigers here on
Thanksgiving Day, continues to give
his medical adviser, Dr. McGregor,
tin' gravest    alarm.      It  was at  first
; thought that he had received little
more than a severe shaking up and
thai after a day's rest he would be
able to go home. Yesterday the doctor discovered that Armstrong was
suffering from concussion of the
brain and that he will not be able to
leave his bed for several days. lie
stated that he had had a very narrow escape from death and that even
yet he was by no means out of danger  and   that  a  fatal   relapse  might
'occur at any minute.
The Columbian College Rugby team
makes its first appearance this season in a league game on Saturday,
when it will meet McGill College,
Vancouver, in the intermediate Bug-
by league at Queen's park at 3
o'clock.
The lineup will be finally selected
after a practice game this evening, at
whl-'i the following team will meet
a, scratch fifteen: Full back, Rugg;
turee-quarter8, Ferguson, Dralney,
Bllodeau and Cameron; halves, McArthur and Priest: forwards, Burwash, Fakely, Armstrong. Fadden,
McKlnnon, Poupore, Stewart and
Smith, Reserves, Swanciskl and
Croft.
An Invitation    has
Westminster boys to
at Brockton Point, but the offer was
declined.      The next    game will  be
with the V. A. c in Vancouver.
University School. Victoria, which
had been expected to pay a visit, will
not come to Queen's park, but an effort is being made to bring off a game
with Victoria High School in the first
week in December. Rugby will boom
al the college during tlie next four or
five weeks, as the boys have several
fixtures, and are looking to win out
on most of them.
A junior Rugby fifteen may be organized to play Fairview and tlie East
Knd schools, Vancouver.
PRICES  THE   LOWEST.
VALUES THE BEST.
BUSINESS  KEPT ON   PRINCIPLE.
ONE  PRICE TO ALL.
WE ARE PLEASED TO SHOW
YOU OUR STOCK, THE FINEST IN
THE CITY.
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The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Undertaker
been    extended
play  this game
THE CO-EDS WEEP.
HAYES  WILL  MEET   MARSH
IN VANCOUVER  MARATHON
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
Dominion  Trust  Bldg.
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
THE WHITE HOUSE
A.J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Vancouver, Oct. 27.���Vancouver athletic enthusiasts will have an opportunity of seeing little Johnny Hayes,
the American boy who won the big
Marathon race at the Olympic games
In London last year in action here
shortly. Hayes wired Harry Duker,
the local Marathon promoter, last
night, accepting terms for a 20-mile
match race with John D. Marsh. Mr.
Duker bad been trying to match
Hayes with St. Yves or Marsh ever
since the Seattle Marathon, but St.
Yves could not come, and it was only
yesterday thai Hayes agreed to the
match. Hayes wanted to run on November 5, lint at that is tlle dale of
the International Boxing tournament
at the Vancouver Athletic club Mr.
Duker wired back a change of date.
The race will take place in one of
three place V the horse show building,
Recreation park and Brockton point,
being all available, though an outside
race hardly looks like a paying proposition at this time of the year.
BASKETBALL WILL  REVIVE.
Athletic   Damsels   of    Columbian   College   May   Not  Blay  Basketball.
There are tears among the lady
basketball players of Columbian College and for the time being tlie facility is quite unpopular among the
co-eds.
For the edict has gone forth that
this year the lady stuilents of the
college must not participate in basket hall matches. That sweet young
eo-eds in sweaters and���worse yet���
divided skirts, should display themselves before the gaze of the vulgar
throng Is a thing repugnaut to the
powers that be, and such proceedings
will not be tolerated. Basketball is
taboo among the ladies, and until
the tennis season opens up again the
athletic co-eds must keep themselves
lit by playing erokinole.
The fair basketball players regard
the ruling of the faculty as being
particularly hard inasmuch as last
year they had a really first-class team
which defeated two ladies' teams
from Vancouver. Last year, however, the conquering career of the
ladies was cut short by the solicitude
of the authorities, and although they
were permitted to meet visiting
teams in tliis city, they were not permitted to give return games abroad.
This led to the breaking up of the
schedule.
|    This year it is understood not even
home games will be permitted.
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Electric Railway Service I
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every hall
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car li _ve_ at 11 p. m.
I-ast car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton aud city limits over the
dty line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Curs leave
at ten  minutes after  the hour,
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half past and fifty minutes after .
the  hour, commencing  at  6:30 ^
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Plans Maturing for Successful Season
of Game  Here.
Basketball will boom again this
winter in Westminster, the Columbian college team being out on the
I warpath. They contemplate making
a trip about Christmas, and for that
purpose will get down to training.
The first visit of the boys win be to
the capital, and they will cross Puget
sound to Belllngham, where some
ball is put up. Then a trip in tlie
Interior ls anticipated, ln which Nelson, Rossland and Revelstoke may be
encountered. Last season was very
discouraging to the team, owing to
the reluctance of the Vancouver men
to arrange a game for the championship, and the revival of interest will
be welcomed in the city.
Bat Nelson Sidesteps Wolgast.
Los Angeles. Cai., Oct. 27.���The
fight scheduled by Manager McCarey
of the Pacific Athletic Club of this
city on Thanksgiving Day between
Battling Nelson and Al Wolgast w*as
declared cancelled because Nelson refused to enter the ring with Wolgast
before next January. No reason for
Nelson's refusal to carry out his
agreement is given.
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
NOTICE.
Jimmy Gardner Earns Decision.
Boston. Oct. 27.���Jimmy Gardner,
of Lowell, was given the decision
over BUI McKinnon of Roxbury at
the end ot the fourth round of a
scheduled twelve-round contest at the
Armory Athletic association last
night. McKinnon's seconds claim
their man had Injured a ligament in
liis arm.
(Continued on Page Seven).
Consignment of New
"Doctor"
Special
Shoes
Just Opened Up.
They have the famous HERCULES SOLE,
which is not only wearproof, but dampproof.
You will have dry feet during this wet
weather if you wear the "DOCTOR SPECIAL"
WATERPROOF SHOE.
Beauties they are. Stylish decidedly. Desirable.   Durable.   Dependable, every line of them.
SOLD  IN  THIS CITY  ONLY  BY
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN
Holmes Block
NEW WESTMINSTER.
REWARD.
A reward of $25.00 will be paid for
information which will lead to the
conviction of the person or persons
who have recently been interfering
with and damaging the arc lights on
Queen's avenue.
By order.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, October 23, 1909.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that thirty
days from date I Intend to apply to
F. S. Hussey, superintendent of provincial police, Victoria, B. C, tor a
transfer of the liquor license held by
Gilbert Tulloch, for the Tourist hotel,
situated at Port Moody, B. C, to
George Welch of Port Moody, B. C.
GILBERT  TULLOCH.
Port Moody, October 20, 1909.
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You Can   Make   No   Mistake
lf you fin your numerou�� wants for Stationery, Books, Bibles,
Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign News Papers, and In fact any
thin3 usually carried In a first-clast Stationery 8tore.
We buy dlrsct from the manufacturer, for spot cash, no ml*
dleman's profit to be added and therefore we can show you some
m��ney-saving   pr|cea.
TH_ new English Church Hymn Book, are now In stock. Do
>ou require  one?
TODHUNTER & BURR        :
\   B��oksel_ers. Stationers, Newsdealers    2
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A meeting will be held under the]
auspices of the Canadian Labor party
in the
Labor Hall,
Corner Seventh St. and Royal Ave.,
on
Friday, October 29, at 8 P J.
for the purpose of nominating a candidate to contest the coming provincial election.
It ls the wish of the executive that
this meeting should be as democratic
as possible, and nil classes of labor.
both organized and unorganized be
represented.   THIS MEANS YOU.
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
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ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
ALL     WORK     GUARANTEED     BY
MERRITHEW & RAMSAY
Rubber
Goods
HAVE ADVANCED TWENTY PER
CENT. FORTUNATELY FOR US
AND FOR YOU WE PURCHASED
OUR WINTER STOCK BEFORE
THE ADVANCE. WE HAVE DECIDED TO SELL AT OLD PRICES
FOR ONE WEEK. IT MEANS A
SAVING TO YOU WORTH TAKING
ADVANTAGE OF, 80 IF YOU EX-1
PECT TO BE NEEDING A HOT WATER BOTTLE OR SYRINGE OR
COMBINATION OF BOTH, YOU
HAD BETTER ACT QUICKLY.
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
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DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
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LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
I can insure your valuable horses and
cattle against death*from*every .cause in
a reliable Canadian company;atjreason-
able rates.
This kind of ^insurance is as|necessary
as fire insurance.
Enquire for particulars.
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THE INSURANCEJjMAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY. OCTOB
iliNUGHT
KING  EDWARD'S TREE
AT WHITE  HOUSE SICK
HALF THE TOIL
of household work is taken
away when Sunlight Soap is
brought Into the borne.
For thoroughly cleansing
floors, metal-work, walls
end woodwork, Sunlight
is the most economical both
in time and money. ������,
Washington, D.C., Oct. 27.���King
Edward's tree, which for many years
!has ben a point of Interest on the
White House grounds, is having a
ihard struggle to keep alive. A few
[years ago it was moved, in order to
make room for a new wing which was
'found absolutely necessary for the
! unpretentious presidential building,
jand although great care was taken,
ithe tree lms not thrived since. It Is
|a question whether it will survive the
winter. It was planted by King Edward in 18fi0, when he, as Prince of
Wales,  visited Washington.
MAIDS GET JORS
AS DOG-WALKERS
Pups  in   Boston   Require  Butler's  Attention and Seperate Rooms and
Attendants.
Boston, Oct. 27.���A millionaire living in Commonwealth avenue advertises in tlie Boston papers lor a butler to take care of a pet dog. A rich
man whose home is in Beacon street
has an "ad" for a maid to do nothing
but air a toy spaniel. Inquiry at tlie
Animal Rescue League brings from
the president, Mrs. Huntiguton Smith,
ONTARIO FINANCES
IN GOOD SDAPE
gram    by
"Feiiersnot.
giving    performances    of
" "Salome" and "Electra.'
What?
NEVER    HEARD    OF    THE
RED CROSS
SANITARY CIOSET
An odorless closet.    No sewerage or water required. We
also  have   an   odorless  commode.
R. HARRIS & CO.
HALL-LAVERY   BLOCK
Model Sign V/orks
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made by the Vancouver,    Westminster  ���  Yukon Rail-
:way Company  tu  the Parliament  of
I Canada at its next session for an act
ito extend the time   ior commencing ��� worij js easy and healthful."
the  construction  of the  line  of    the      Dr. Frank J.  Sullivan,  veterinarian
��� company's railway, authorized by 0f the league, said manv aristrocratic
Chapter 87 of the Statutes of 1901, dogs now have separate rooms in
until the loth day of May, 1012; and  Boston  hotels  and  residences,  where
jto extend the time for finishing and j they are cared for bv attendants as
putting the said line in operation un- (systematically as  though thev    were
Itil the 15th day of May, 1916; and infants. A dog kindergarten'is talk-
also to change the route of that parted of,  where the bright  doggies  can
|of the line of the company's railway i]oarn their A. B. C.'s and such things.
Despite   Heavy    Drains    Incident  on
Fiie, Satisfactory Budget is Anticipated.
Toronto, Oct. 27.���Despite the short
financial year and exceptional    calls
upon the treasury in connection with
the parliament buildings fire, Hon. A.
J. Matheson, the provincial treasurer,
anticipates a very satisfactory budget.]
for   the   coming  legislative   session.
"The revenue," said the minister in
an interview, "is coming in exceptionally   well,  and   il   seems    reasonably
the "information  that   many   wealthy certain  that  the estimated    receipts
persons are now engaging butlers for for the >'f':u' wl11 be exceeded.
the sole purpose of taking the l'amilv I    "The  government,   of   course,     did
nol expect to make ends meet, owing
the short year necessary to the
inging of the financial year. The
timber dues ure not due until December, and the second half of the license
revenue does not come in until that
month, These amounts will consequently not be included In the receipts this year."
Notwithstanding these shortages,
however, and the call for funds necessary to repair the burned portion of
the buildings, the treasury balance is
in unusually good condition. Hon.
Mr. Matheson is hopeful that the insurance will be paid in in time to be
Included in  ibis year's accounts.
Richard Strauss Festival.
Munich, Oct. 27.���The tentative program for the Richard Strauss festival
to be held here in July of next year
has just been issued by the committee in charge of the arrangements.
According to present plans the celebration will extend over six evenings,
three of which are to be devoted to'dogs for dally walks,   ln many cases,
the dramatic or rather operatic works j Mrs.   Smith  says,  women    are  being i'1
of the  composer and  other  three  to | hired as maids for the same use. cl
his    symphonic    compositions.      The I    Many of  Boston's fashionable resl-
royal opera will contribute to the pro-'dentlal streets are crowded every af
ternoon with dogs in charge of butlers and maids. The baby carriages
have been squeezed into the side
streets to give the fifty-seven different varieties of bow-wows a chanci'
to breathe ln some fresh air and
stretch their legs. "Several days
ago," said Mrs. Smith, "two well-
dressed young women came here and
asked me if I knew where they could
get   positions   as    dog-walkers.     The
ALBERTA   MORMONS   THINK
THEY ARE STILL  IN STATES
English Watchmaker
gents'   open face
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12/5
up.
Silver Watches,
$6.00. H^^^^^
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open
|7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
case.
Elgin
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
authorized  by  Section 7  of  the said
| act, which  runs from  Squamish  valley to Hazelton, or some other point
on the  Skeena river from the route
authorized by the said section of the
! said act, to a route described as follows:      Commencing from a point at
or near    the    city of   Vancouver or
some other  convenient  point on the
I shore of Burrard Inlet to a point at
or near the city of New Westminster
in  the  province of British  Columbia
(such  line of railway being In  addition  to  the  line of  railway  between
the  said  points  which  is  authorized
by  the company's act of    Incorporation), and from the said point at or
near the city of New Westminster to
the south side    of   the Fraser river,
thence by  the    most    feasible  route
rough    New    Westminster  District
and in an easterly and northerly direction through the districts of Yale,
Lillooet   and   Cariboo   to  a  point  on j
After a while they may have to wear
specs.
OE CARRIED TOE
MESSAGE TO GARCIA
Major     Rowan     Retires     From     the
United States Army���An Example of Obedience.
Washington, Oct. 27.���Major Andrew S. Rowan, fifteenth U. S. infantry, is to be retired upon his own
application, according to army orders
published today. This marks the passing  from  active  service  of  the  man
Calgary. Alta., Oct. 27.���That the
Mormons of Southern Alberta believe
they are really living in the United
States, owing to a mistake having
been made in the survey of the international boundary line, is the story
brought to Calgary by City Engineer
Childs, who has just visited that district, where there are between 7,000
and 10,000 Mormon settlers. Mr.
Childs says the story originated in
the United States, and gained credence on this side of tlie line because
it was announced in the Mormon
churches. The Mormons have been
informed that when the new survey
is made, which will be shortly, the
dividing line will run through
town of Cardston, where there
3,000 Mormons.
���Put there   by tbe
maker a��� found
there    In    the    service
these  M-L Pure Paints
alone can (five.
It is no hard thing to
make a paint that
looks good in the can
���or sounds good in
the advertising���and
YOU couldn't tell the
difference beforehand.
But it is not so easy to
put together the purest
materials in the most
expert way���and then
to add one special
ingredient greatly
lengthen the paint's life
���and that's what you
get when you buy
M| PURE
���L_ PAINT
Forty colors, for every
painting purpose, made by
Imperial Varnish & Color
Co., Limited, of Toronto.
the
are
the branch line from Willow river to i who "carried the message to Garcia,"
Edmonton authorized by Chapter 176-;wnose exploit furnished Elbert Hub-
of the Statutes of 190(1 at or near bard wltu the u.xt for hjs preachment
Tete Jaune Cache; thence northwest- on unquestioned and loyal obedience
terly following the line of railway au-.t0 orders.
thorized hy Chapter 176, of the Stat-j 0n the breaking out of the Spanish
utes of 1901), along the South Fork of | American war President McKinley
the Fraser river to a point between
MAKE YOUR  APPEAL to the
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
Fort George and Fort McLeod; thence
by  the most  feasible route to Hazelton  or    some    otter    point    on the
I Skeena river.
j     Hated   at   the   City   of    Vancouver,
province  of    British    Columbia,  this
23rd day of October. A. D., 1909.
 .MARTIN, CRAIG. BOURNE  & HAY,
public'        ^5 Granville St., Vancouver. B.C.
I    Solicitors for the Vancouver, Westminster & Yukon Railway  Company.
249
wanted someone to go into Cuba tc
give information to General Garcia, of
the Cuban insurgent forces, of the
course of events. Rowan, then a first
lieutenant, was selected. Without any
special preparations or instructions he
went to Cuba, landed from an open
boat at Turquino Peak on April 21th,
1898, made his way through the Spanish lines, delivered his message and
went back, being the first American
officer to inter Cuba after the declaration of war.
Insurance Men to See Fielding.
Montreal, Oct. 27.���A strong deputation of Canadian insurance men will
meet Hon. Mr. Fi?ldlng in Ottawa
tomorrow, asking the finance minister
that the clause permitting foreign insurance companies to come Into Canada without putting up a deposit shall
be eliminated.
CITY
of   new   Westminster;
british columbia.
Tenders are Invited for the erection
of a Refuse Destructor, capacity "i11
tons per day. Plans and profiles of
site, specifications and further particulars as prepared by the City Engineer, can be obtained on application to
the undersigned.
Tenders to be plainly marked on
the outside "Refuse Destructor," and
delivered by 5 p.m. of the 22nd day of
November, 1909, to
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Correct House Garments
for Gentlemen
Lounging or Smoking Jackets, Dressing Gowns, Bath Robes
Our stock of these has been selected very carefully with proper regard to all necessary details as to style, finish and workmanship.  Each
garment is first-class in every respect, and our assortment gives you
such a choice of pattern or price that you are sure to find something
to       you. ���^|^H^^|^H^^H__________________-Hi^iH________l
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents for New West
minster and district.
flour
Goodness
Royal Standard Flour is a
continuous source of pleasure
and pride to the cook. It
makes the work of the kitchen
delightful. It is made in British Columbia, from specially selected wheat. The milling Is
conducted with tlie highest scientific skill and care. Storage
and marketing facilities place
lt in your home in perfect condition, it is a flour that is different  and   superior.
Apart from tills, Royal Standard gives each user a chance
to win a handsome 109-piece
china dinner set. Each 49-lb.
sack contains a coupon giving
you an opportunity. There have
been many winners. If you
have not won yet you will undoubtedly be among the many
more.
ft.
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The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you?
No wonder after the hard wiaier.
Few can stand it.
Put on a new one of Ruberoid
Roofing.    No trouble then
Ruberoid ia an elastic roefinj aad
will stand all kinds of weather���
heat, cold, mn, rain, wind; make*
ae difference to Ruberoid.
It it weather-proof and fira-i*.
[ liitini.
Will not melt, crack or rot.
Most easily applied and reqnire*
I no painting.
Call or write for full particulars,
sample* and price*.
.  .'���
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T. J. TRAPP & CO., ltd.
ER 28,
LAND   REGISTRY ACT~
Take notice that an apmicatin i.
been made to register TYAl A ha6
Jr., as the own,, fa, ftJSg*B|
a tax sale deed from In , ,,, '*
Dykes to Thomas Knight ' '"'�����'
date the Bth day o. S, y.uy "ft
1907 of all and sin, ,, YY,.Aa
pared or tract of land and pi,m ..
situate, lying and being bthe D1"
trict of New Westminster , Ai
Province of British Columbia u*
particularly known and describe. ���_
Lot l��, Hlock 10, of pari ol ;. A
Group 2. '
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claimln.
any Interest In the said land by virtue of any unregisti re I Instrument
and all persons claiming .,.,
in  the  said  land  by desci til   whose
title Is not registered under the provisions  of the "Land   '; \,.,,,
are required to conti           cialm ol
the  tax    purchaser    wltbl    forty-flve
days from the date ol thi  service ol
this notice upon  you              default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens  bring  filed   within such period
or  in  default   of    red    vi :. before
egistratlon, you anil eai    i ��� -������,. win
ie    forever   estopped    in |  .. barred
rom  setting  up any  claim to or in
���aspect of Uie saiil land, and I shal1
���egister Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
hereof ln fee.     And I herebj direct
.hat   publication   of    till    notice for
thirty days in a daily newspapei pu_.
lished ln New    Westmli         and a
weekly newspaper publish' I    ��� Chli-
Uwnek" will be good and sufficient service  thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, Proi i of British Columbia, this 13th daj ol October, A. D.   1009.
C. S. KEITH,
Distrlcl Registrar.
To Jane Wilkinson.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
Re the south half of the soutbwesf]
quarter of Section _t"., Township 16,1
New Westminster District,
Whereas proof of the loss of certl-.
flcato of title Number 12,lT;iF, issued
in the name of Robert  Fleming Seymour, has been  filed In this <">Jli��e.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from I
the date of the first publication here-1
of, In a daily newspaper pub I   v in
the  City of  New  Westminster, issue
a duplicate of tlie said certificate, un-
less iu the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writinv
i C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
i    Land   Registry    Offlce,  Ne��  Westminster, B. C, October 11. 190!
LAND   REGISTRY ACT
MANUFACTURED  BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO.. Ltd.   1
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VANCOUVER,      B.     C   I
Take notice that an appllcatl m has
been made to register Charles Ketch-
um as tne owner In tee simple, under a tax sale deed from ��� . (.'. Usher
to Frederic W. Howay and IloMi L
Reid, bearing date the Is' day of December, A. D., 1902, of al! and singular that certain parcel oi trad of
land and premises sitnar,-. lying and
being in the distrlcl ol .V * Westminster, In the    provin 'I    British
IColumbia, more particular^ known
and described as Lot 13 of Bio. k 13
of Lot 201, Group 1. Mun a Ami-
tion, north half of Lot 11 ol Block IJ
of Lot 201, Group 1, Mu:.. Addition.
You and those claiming through or
under you  and   all   perso p.mm.
any interest ln the said land I    fir-
tue of   any unregistered Ins  ument,
and all persons claiming anj Interest
In  the said land    by deso   t, whose
title is not registered und     :     provisions of the  "Lan.I   Ri Act,'
are required to contest  t      claim of
ithe tax    purchaser    within to:ty flve
days from the date of the flrsl ptibii-
'catlon  of tbls notice and \-. default
,of a caveat or certificate of Us pen-
jdens  being  filed    within sucli period
or   in   default   of    redemptli     !"'t|ire
;registration, you and each of you will
be    forever    estopped and   debarred
.from  setting  up  any  claim  to or 1"
respect of the said land, and I Bhall
register    Charles Ketchum as owner
thereof ln fee.     And I hen b   direct
that  publication    of    thl i no   ���  'or
thirty <i��.ys ln a daily newspaper Polished  in  New   Westmlnsti
good and Bufflclenl servlc   I
Date, at the Land R'   lotn oiHre,
New  Westminster,  Pun in
lab  Columbia, tins y    ���'
tember, A. D. 1009.
c. S   Kl
Distri."
To  Henry Young, Esq., John Uren
I.sq.
B P-
: _v.PI
Re part (1 acre) ot sou ,;. I.'
ter of section    12,  township  -   N
Westminster district. .
Whereas proof of the l"p; Ol '' ''
flcate of title number 1767a, Wued"
the nam. of William Oleson, has ��eu
flled ln this offlc*. h ,,
Notice ls hereby B^n that ����*
at the expiration of one month J"
the dat. of the first P��^'% , ���
of ln a dally newspaper publl hed in
the City of New Weetmwster. Issue
duplicate of the said ^����*_m "9
In  the meantime  ralld objection
made to me In writing. ^^
District ReeUtrar ��f J'^..
Land  Registry  Office    NJW
nimstor, B. C, August 2, Wi.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Offlce, Front St., Foot of *#���
Phone 105 P. O- Box 345 28, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Page seven.
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DUST   will mm ��        BERLIN SUPFERS
.ilize your kitchen   things and     ACCUSTOMED TO PRISON
make them wholesome and sanitary
CRISIS IN TRADE
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sten^es' ___������_.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it.GOLI) DUST digs deep after germs
afld impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap nee';, muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fifle); GOLU DUST does all the hard part of the
vork without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to whieli is added other purifying materials
injust the right pro-    vv\x|-/
H imid Begins to Take  Matters
Somewhat   Easier���Reads   Papers
Regularly.
I,   Tut key,    Oct.   27.���Abdul I
; ihan of Turkey, is s_id to
gradually accustomed    toi
1 :ii tlvlty,    He sees  fewer    mur- \
among   his   paid    attendants,
ter and  takes  the  keenest
More Than One Thousand
Empty Shops Await Occupants.
sees  fewer    mur-1,   ",""' ��Ct 27-Berl����    �����    ^s^
ong  iii_  paid    attend^.   nf "'""' il trade ^isis.   The beauti-
better and takes the keenest;"" shops In the Li.lpzlgerstrasse and
lnteresi  In the newspapers, whieli he Frledrlchstrasse    cannoi  disguise It;
!'   ;i to him each day by his fav- the coffee  houses  and theatres can-
o'ite wife.   ,\s may be Imagined, his not ...   ,   h
majestj I.- nol a bit delighted over the     ....
glowing accounts of his brother's vir- j    rhere are ()'"'1' one thousand empty
brllllani plans,    sometimes shops waiting for their counters to be
ne   more   than   he     Can |clothed,   in   every  street  the  tell-tale
rmlethen" (to be let lm-
dreadful
Uli    the
tions
to cleanse
vigorously, >____?
pori
easi iv,
and without harm to
fabric, utensil
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins   do
vour work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COxMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
40 New Edison Records
For November
Now on Sale.
HERE ARE A FEW DANDIES
and Stripes Forever  (march)       Bousa's  Hand
N'o  286���Just   Plain   Folks     Ada Jones and Chorus
So 290���Gypsy Airs      Albert   Spalding
Nn  291   Pansles  Mean  Thoughts Dear    Manuel Romaic
No 296- i isca    Edgar L. Davenport
No. 297���Just  Before the  Buttle, Mother . Will Oakland and Chorus
J. H.TODD'S Big Music House
the details
stand  and  be gets Into  a
Ion,    usually    winding
i ce"   by   boxing   his   wife's   ears
nnd tearing up the newspaper. "Why
Is It,"  he once furiously    exclaimed
"thai the people like my brother when
they   hate  me?"    Terror    ni  longer
reign     ��� or    his attendants and A.b-
dul   Hamid  sometimes  receives   very
frank replies, on this occasion Fethy
ke up.    "Because the people
[do    nol  like what you like and lik(>
what you do not."   A few days later
the  ex-Sultan  was    complaining    to
Fethy   Bey  that   his only   distraction
was  the  newspapers and   when  they
were flnl hed he bad nothing to amuse himself with.    His guardian suggested thai he should write the mem-
��� moirs of his reign.    "Vou are    constantly   Baying  thai   you   have    been
KTiiely  misjudged, and  that  you  have
.done only good by Turkey." remarked Fethy.   "Write your memoirs and
perhaps   people   will   then   understand
how ihey misjudged you."   The other
admitted  thai  this was  an  excellent
idea, but unfortunately he had not the
necessary notes and papers to compile
them. All these had been left behind.
"But after all," added the dethroned
monarch sadly, "l am sure thai    'he
historians will vindicate me, and even | many
If" the  Turkish  historians do not do
so I am certain thai the foreign his-
torians will do ine justice."
back In yesterday's
,and   today's   reac-
PACKERS CUR_   HAM
BY  MEANS OF ELECTRICITY
Chicago. Oct. 27.-
electrlclty is one of
of the age, as told
convention  of the
-Ham curing by
the new wonders
ot   today  at  the
Aiiie.'iean     Meat
|Packers' Association. The idea originated with J. C. Lincoln, of Cleveland, three and a half years ago. A
ham he cured by the electric process
at that time, he declared today, is as
I good now as the day it got the electric bath.
The meat ls placed In large vats
filled with a pickle composed of sugar, salt, and saltpetre, and an electric
Icurrent is passed through the vat.
The new method will mean cheaper
'.ham.
WILL  OFFER  SHARES
IN  SELKIRK CENTENNIAL
"sodorl v.i- v
mediately) polnte
over-develiopmant
tlon.
Rents bave risen enormously, in
some cases as much as 25 per cent,
within the last few years, and living
is becoming exorbitantly dear.
Excessive building and the Impossibility for many business concerns
to clear a profll ought to Induce landlords to bring down the rents, bul
they refuse to do so, preferring to
wait.
ln addition to the empty shops.
thai    are   ali.ady    18,000     unoccupied
dwellings.
I learn that the relchstag will open
during the lasi week in November,
ami thai the budget for 1910 will be
presented beforj Christmas. _��� enormous deficit will have to be *30V-
ered by book or by crook.    HowK
It is difliculi to say. The Germans
themselves do not know. Taxation
will have to be increased. The burden
weighing on the smaller trades and
on the average man will have to be
increased. Unties surcharging the ordinary means of living will have to
be increased.
But the great trusts, for whom Ger-
is a paradise, and the landlords, whose domains are heaven upon earth, will thrive in prosperity and
peace. For the former the customs
duties have been expressly erected;
to favor the latter there will be *no
increase in legacy dues.
Hue Germany n< . ds money, Where
ls it coming from? From the middle
classes, from the smaller tradespeople whose existence is already precarious, and from indirect taxes.
The results of protection and tariffs
are more easily to be seen ln Berlin
than elsewhere. For Berlin is the
Keichsiadt par excellence, and Us
1,000-odd empty shops and lS.uuo
empty dwellings and flats are product
of a fiscal policy that has favored
trusts and monopolies, whilst burdening the masses and fettering the
smaller trades.
The Chamber of Commerce is organizing a prize contest for the best
decorated and arranged shop window,
li must be admitted thai the decorations of the show windows, arc iu
many cases, both charming and artistic.    There ls little overcrowding or
<asterbrook Milling
E_urne,   B. C.
FLOUR!
Company,
FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $-4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie __ Co FL0UR AND FKED merchants
front STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 833.
ishing   of   colors.     Crowds   wander
Winnipeg,    Oct.   27.���The    general !up and down, gaping and staring, and
public p* Winnipeg and the west will it! _  "sofort zuvermiethen," the   com
be offered $lu shares in  tlie Selkirk merciai     depression,    the     financial
centennial world's fair project.   This "swamp" are forgotten.
decision   was   readied   at   a   meeting  ���	
today, when it was decided to go
ahead, despite rebuffs received from
the Alberta and Saskatchewan governments.
ADDITIONAL SPORTS
KETCHELL WILL MEET
WINNER OF BOUT
San Francisco, Oct. 27���Wlllus
n" now aaya Ketchel win not fight
__���,.' , "" *<iKEostB Papke and
wagford can flghl It out and Kit-
tl, m Btand read) to meet the
J l'r , A "'* (lil>'s before the
2Y,n b��<�� Brltl declared that Kefr
.��� wm ready ,��� aDandon Uu_ mld.
Z     .'' ""��� ���'    "n<�� H����1    ^ would
....' '' �� easy to make 15S pounds.
�����_k    K""!'1    "Kht  as a middle-
,;.'*..  ' and does ho still claim
was second and Hacklers Beauty was
third.
The New Nursery plate of 100 sovereigns for two-ye;>r-olils, Ave furlongs, was won by Catrail :Mlgnonne
was second and Mlss Portland third.
H. P. ' Whitney's Newcastle II and
Charles Carroll's Washoe were also
starters.
"Yei,
the
here
'"'I does he still
asked of Brltt.
'" ''el claims the title." wns
"Ponse "About this lighting
. . ���' suggestion. Let Papke
.,.' Yw langford, and then Ketchel
��� ��and ready to meet the winner.
>-.>ni;_ip|. Ketchel would make
d() weight, aud for Papke he would
Pank, .Hil?1" <m'-v ��'> condition that
b�� P���n. d. w"" over langford.     I
fill n , "^tttag the title. That
been i,f , Mm ll,,y R��od' He has
" Seated by Ketchel on three
and   that   ought   to   be
Indoor Track Meet at College.
Arrangements are under way atCo-
i'linbian College to bing off a track
meet In the college gymnasium during the early winter, though the date
has not  vet been fixed.
ln addition to the local boys, McGill College and Victoria High School
will be asked to take part. About
Easter the track team Is likely to return the visit to Victoria, particularly
as the McGill faculty objecis to a
track meet at Vancouver next Bpring
during the progress of the exiininu
lions, such as might otherwi
been arranged.
have
"WMlona
enough-
NORTH POLE SQUABBLE
IN COMIC
OPERA
R*NK OUTSIDER WINS
CAMBRIDGESHIRE
pvciit.
Wt    Of
STAKES
1&\Z*$ ^""-   Oct.   27.  -
his   year's    handicap
a
ugns each with
"p'p ���imi'',,  "* ild(lp(1- f��f three-yearlong   ll! "1,Wi"'<lR. one mile and a fur-
Daig'y- m, *""  today  by   Christmas
events     tl        _         _rw��*l   O        Iia._IUi_-
handlckril,c^mbrtdgeshlre stakes,
Goo ,,' , ,  -' sovereigns each wl
Berlin, Oct. 27.���"The Fight For the
North Pole," a musical comedy, was
presented at the Lulson theatre here
I last night.   It begins with the departure of Dr. Cook on the    steamship
ijohn It. Bradley and ends with tne
dispatch Dr. Cook sent, announcing
his success. The dispatch is P MM
on a board ln view of th.- audience
and
stars
Pole,
sented and speak
given great prominence. The
and stripes wave at the North
Dr. Cook's two Eskimos are pre-
wltlt pi decided tor-
rank
7
"it sl (_
jRahuit
Th,. wl
, ign accent, and there Is also a ballet
of polar boars.   At a banquet 'n_��-.op-
.'    ri,,   ,        ---,���.��-���   enhagen,  Commander    Peary
Christmas patsy was a and  8ays:   "I discovered
Maru,, thl*^P~-^ Bl^��nd- and Sir
the odds being loo to
her.
r:���,,. i i��n^����_y took the lead and
enters
the    pole,"
Eskimos say.
"taor. hlwvn ,h,> easiest kind of a
Martin ��?��� !'""" **�� lengths. Sir
tapa.   *"s ^ree
lengths.
lengths behind Mua-
but Ib thrown out. The
"Everybodv is a Ilar. 'n��,|ll,,"n�� ���i
selves." The entire show Is intena
ed to be favorable to Dr. Cook.
Always Building
Alwaysexpanding our Tailor Shop*.
To-day we turn out a hundred times
more Suits per day than any tailor
you tw patronized. Thismeansde-
creaaod coA (more (or your moo*
ey), perfedion in Tailoring, better
fitting Garments, and more Style.
If you have never worn a Male
Attire Suit you will be sorry you
hadn't known us sooner.
If you have you will think ci
Male Attire when you think of
Clothes.
Nearly 200 patterns to choose from.
Prices. $12 to $40.
Better make your selection to-day.
Can deliver the Clothes when you
need them.
Peiied satisfaction or no sale.
Male Attire Limited
AGENTS i
Grand Jurors
| Make Presentment
(Continued  from Page One.)
the hardened criminals. We would
strongly recommend that a system of
Inspection be instituted of the lockups in all municipalities. We strongly recommend that the steps, whieli
we understand are being taken to
provide a new lockup, be hastened,
and when .he new quarters are provided that provision be made for the
proper accommodation for the male
and female unfortunates.
Royal Columbian Hospital.
"We then visited this institution
and found everything clean and tidy.
The Institution, however. Is greatly
overcrowded and the efforts that are
being put forth to secure a new and
larger building are deserving Of support by the citizens of New Westminster and the surrounding municipalities.
Hospital  for  the   Insane.
"We next visited this institution.
when we were shown over the entire
premises by the assistant superintendent, Dr. McKay, the superintendent.
Dr. Doherty being absent attending
his onerous duties at the Coquitlam
farm. We found every evidence of
a complete svstem. both as to order,
cleanliness and flre protection.
"We commend the removal of the
unsightly board fence which separates the grounds from Columbia
street, and the replacing the same
with a substantial concrete wall,
capped by an iron fence of neat design, thus giving a more beautiful
outlook, and also enabling the general public to admire the artistically
laid out grounds.
"In conclusion we beg to congratulate your lordship and the community
on the light docket of the present as-
slZ6.
"HECTOR FERGUSON,
"Foreman."
Lowney's Chocolates
Fresh this week.
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.v Phone 57.
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Tl>e Mal
R"v"''M_i.s   '��� u)'0-yoar-old race of 200
Salim-    n!.,     ''"'longs, was won by
Fle"iiiin,',AAY   W:is   80��md,   and
ip cmrd
town coun-
next chief
Ion
mi,,
es
of n
w:p3 w
Renfrew, Oct. 27.���The
cll have decided thai th<
of police of the town mUiti��M^J
be collector of delinquent taxes, bmb
tary Inspector, truant officer and gen
,eral enf.rcer of bylaws, and that his
Honolulu; Flinders hours be from 11- a"��- to �� am-
An all-aged selling
sovereigns at live   fur
'II hy
Acme Qothing Co.
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wffloe 'Phon* H&.    Ban  __on�� 117
Oolumbla Street
Bacgag*   delivered   promptly   to
any part of tlie city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DBPOT.
New Furniture
Busi
mess
We sell direct from the manufacturer to the public.
SAMPLE   ROOMS'.
Nos. 2 and 3 Dupont Block, over "The   Fair."
A. S. DENNY,  Columbia Street, New Westminster
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how lt ls cheaper to buy our
hlgh-clas. building materials
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bul't with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness Ilea?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
P.
HO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645   Columbia   Street.
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manatactarere and Dmatere m AU Km.   of
Lumber,   Lath,  Shingles,   Moulding*,  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.
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Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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1HURSDAY' OCTOBER 28
Timely Tips
For Bargain
Hunters
We have just received another carload of the Raymond Flour. Those
who have tried it
will appreciate this
news, and those
who have not ought
to take the chance,
both to try it and
also to save some
money by using it.
Remember, we
don't follow the
leaders, we lead
the followers.
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f Our Line of
Tools is Up-to-
Date
All sizes Stilson's wrenches,
Wescot & Coe pattern wrenches, Ball Pien hammers, ship
auger bits and handsaws. Call
and see them.
City News
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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Talcum, Violet,Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
T. A. MUIR _ CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
THE ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
NIGHT SCHOOL
Your spare time ls worth money.
Why not use lt?
We can prepare you for a responsible position that will mean
Advancement.
Do not stand still. Improve your
position. Expert teachers. Quick
results.
Westminster Modern Business
School
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
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THEWESTMINSTER TRUST
&
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD.
HEAD OFFICE 28 LORNE ST.
Board of Directors:
T. J. Trapp, President.
T.   S.   Annandale.   First   Vice-
President.
J.  J.  Jones,   Second   Vice-President.
T. H. Smith,       H.  Ryall,
L. A. Lewis,       M. M. Nelems,
It. E. Walker, M. D.
Trustees:
Hon. R. McBride, Premier B.C.
Geo. R. Ashwell, W. S. Collister
F. J. Hart Managing Director.
E. L. Webber, Assistant Manager and Secretary.
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for hath or toilet. For washing underclothing it Is unequaled.
Cleanses  and  purifies.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Opera  House  Bookings
Oct. 2S���The Climax.
Nov. 1 and 2.���Tha -Shepherd King.
Nov.  4.���Parisian  Model,
Nov.  19.���Human   Hearts.
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IllL Made in south bend KrUNvjJL .
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Good Line of Second-Hand and New Heaters
For Sale Cheap.
��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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Don't phone Tor your llowers, see
them yourself at Tidy's new store,
next Kenny's cafe.
List your property for quick sale
with W. H. Nesbltl _ Son, 650 Columbia street. 249-6 II
Lost���Large white envelope, containing shipping receipts, etc. Finder please return to Vlday _ Bacchus.
Thompson  block.
Repairing neatly done by D. F.
Qulgley at Sinclair's shoe store.
Board and room offered to young
girl in exchange for assistance In
housework night and morning. Phone
LIL 249-2
The steamer Transfer will hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharf
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3. as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she win make an extra return
trip arriving in tlie city in tlie evening. Trips will be made to Steveston as the business warrants. **
A very successful Thanksgiving
supper and entertainment was given
by the congregation of St. Barnabas
Anglican church on Tuesday evening
at the parish hall. Music was furnished by an orchostra composed of
Miss Johnson and Messrs. A. Insley.
J. Bracker and \V. Sutherland. Songs
were contributed by Mrs. W. T. Reid.
Mrs. (Rev.) Haslam and Miss Vera
Corbould. The proceeds, amounting
to about $40, were handed over to the
Ladies' auxiliary.
The Climax will occupy the hoards
of the Opera House this evening. This
production has won the highest commendation wherever it has been
shown this season, and it is a distinct
tribute to the progress of this city
as a dramatic centre that it is visit
ing here.
Your box ln a safety deposit vault is
a private affair. No one has access
to it hut yourself. And. besides, it
is safe, and that is a factor worth
something to you. Then it costs
only a small sum to rent one of the
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Lei
us tell you about it. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager
New Westminster branch.
Buy orchard lands while 'hey ar.
cheap and become Independent, We
are the official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Li ;
us tell you about their choice holding!
lat Appleland. A new townsite and
fruit district along the line of th
B. C. Electric Chilliwack lin,. and V.
V. & 10. Cloverdale io Sumus Hallway
This section excella in the production
of all fruits. Come at once while the
jbest lands are selling cheap and let u
Ishow you this section at our expense.
We can sell live, ten, fifteen an rl
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms. I''.
J. Hart & Co., Ltd. **
BORN.
GREEN���SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23.
to Dr. "and Mrs. T. B. Green, a son.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
I LULU ISLAND
We have some very desirable lots'in
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
IMM-E,     J. HENLEY
1
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life:'-;
Bi:
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Bob Stevenson's whole stock of
boots and shoes to b�� sold off In
thirty days. 219-
Hyacinths, Tulips and all kinds of
bulbs at Tidy, the Florist's store, 737
Columbia street.    Phone L184.    248tg
The Climax, which is showing at
the Opera House this evening ranks
us one of the biggest successes of
the season. j
For    pianos,    organs,    sewing  ma- ���
chines,   talking  machines,  sheet   mu-
'sic  and  records  go  to  J.  H.  Todd's
music  house,  Columbia street.
The monthly meeting of the Board I
of Trade  will be  held  this   evening. I
|The secretary has arranged the exhibition   grain   and  fruit   in  the   board
I room, and it presents a very attractive appearance.
Dr. J. D. Gamble, optician. Is at
626 Columbia street, Room 13, every
Friday.
For Irst-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies-
Gr^nhouse. R208. ������
Mr.  Denny  will  move  his stock  of]
furniture  and  carpets  into  the  Cunningham block, 43 Sixth street, about
November 1.
The Climax at the Opera House
this evening is one of tlie best dramatic    productions    visiting  the  coast
'this  year.      Followers  of    the  stage
Icannot  afford  to miss it.
The boys of St. Barnabas company
No. 1 of the Boys' Brigade will hold
their first company parade of the season tomorrow evening at the drill
hall. Recruits are requested to be
present and hand in thei,- names for
enrolment.
Latest Ideas of Fashion
in Dress Accessories
il
The outstanding feature for the present season in
Neckwear is "The Jabot." We are showing an ex-
tensive range, including the new one-sided effects
purchased in Paris and New York.
Dutch Collars and Coat Sets are worn on the new
coats.   We are also showing many other lines of the
new Tailored Neckwear.
Separate
Skirts Are
Smartly
Stylish
Quite a variety of the new-
styles, the popular prices
make the display a great, favorite with the shopping
public, the quality of the
garments, the fit and workmanship are the best. See
our   special  line  at   ..$7.25
The Wet Days Are Here.
Many lines of Umbrellas  both    for    women and men,
showing  a   wide   variety   of   designs   in   handles,   the   mav-
rials, too, are particularly good and come in a go.nl I
of qualities In silk, taffeta, and glorias.
Prices
$1.00  to  $15.00
Special Sateen Skirts $1.25
Made of superior quality sateens with deep flounce.
trimmed with crimped and gathered frills; well tailored and
Unshed  throughout    ..$1.25
Decorative Linens.
Every woman who loves these dainty linens should be here today;  the values are remarkable, But
we  must  describe  them   briefly:
Tea Cloths In linen damask, sizes 30x30, 36x36.      Prices each from 75c to $2.00
Sideboard Cloths,  Bureau  Covers,  Washstand Covers,  from.., 50c up to $2.00
Pretty Doylies of every description in our stock;  Cluny lace; hand-made doylies made by the peasants in Ireland; drawn work   Battenberg damask    linen;   fringed linen.
We have a large stock of Battenberg and drawn work linens for any one who cares for these pretty
and attractive linens.
Linen  Cloths,  2x2  yards  2x2 1-2, 2x3, 2x3 1-2, at all prices from, per set   $4.00 up to $12.00
Separate Cloths with border all round, each from $1.25 up to $3.50
Do You Wear Nemo Corsets?
The Nemo Corsets for this season are working wonders
in producing the long, graceful lines that fashion demands.
When you wonder how you are going to get the slender -waist line with small hips that are required by present fashions, buy a Nemo, and you'll find that it gives you
the  form  you  wish.
The Most Complete Range of
Serges Shown in the City
ALL IMPORTED WEAVES OF THE MOST SUBSTANTIAL    QUALITIES.
DRESS   SERGES   in   fine,    even,  hard     finish   twill, all
weights, per yard   ��������� 45c to $1.00
FRENCH SERGE a liin-, soft, close finished Berge, of
good welghl and appearance. Peryard $1.10
ESTAMINB. SERGES, special rough finished material,
adapted for the making of children's dresses; last color.
Per yard   60c to 75c
CHEVIOT     SERGES, per yard
 75c
SUITING SERGES, 54 inches wide, heavy weight, suitable for boys' clothes, women's heavy skirts, suits etc;
plain and rough finish    Peryard $1.00 and'$1..50
Hundreds of
Dress Goods Remnants
Have a look through the pile of Dress Ends. There are
lengths suitable for children's coats and school dresses;
women's skirt and waist lengths; all at reduction of 20 to
25   per   cent,   less  than usual prices.
New Embroidery and
Handkerchief
Linens
HUCKABACK, ls Inches
to 26 Inches wide, l"r
yard   20c to 35c
HANDKERCHIEF LIEN'S, exceptionally fin
Itles,  per yard. .50c to $1.50
SHEER   LJNEN   LAWNS,
30   inches   wide,   very    fine,
per yard   75c to $1.73
ROUND THREAD EMBROIDERY LINEN, 36 In.
wide, per yard  .-65c to 85c
COSTUME linens, extra widths, per yard 	
60c to 75c
UNBLEACHED BUTCHER
L'.NEN, extra heavy QUI''"
ties, per yard ..-25c to 35c
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
i
D W;'
PIRE
INSURANCE
ia/HIT��, SHILES A CO.
^"!_.WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
*
pi PARTIES
MARSHAL FORCES
literals and Conservatives
Throughout the Province
m Fur the Fray.
MAYORALTY CONTEST
ASSUMES NEW PHASE
Requisition   Will   Be   Made   to     Mayor
Keary   to   Stand   Again���Three-
cornered  Contest   Likely.
GRAND JURORS
MAKE PRESENTMENT
The latest development in the mayoralty contest ls that three prominent
citizens are obtaining signatures to a
,.,,n I   rdly yel be said I requisition Inviting Mayor    Keary to
_�� r way   the election'stand   for   another   term.      What  ac-
��� ie ii--' un ���.,���,, -hp^dl11011 llls worship will take remains to
ilrcr.   is '"'��' belng P" ' be seen, hut at any rate he will no.
creasing vigor.     Conventions make any   declara,)on   of hls mten-
.j(... dave been held In tions till the requisition has been
I'WI," ,rts of Ibe province, and al--presented to him.
e Hldates Liberal, Conserva-1 George Small, the candidate already
p** Tsocialist, are in tin- field. ;in the field, will be home in the city
'"ili dav of tl"' coming week It about Monday next, and is expected
^ nrobable thai the last of the to begin hie campaign at once. It is
penis j - ^ju |,iw, |jeen held.'still Impossible in determine whether
l"�� ���candidates will have been |there will  be  another candidate  be
Aillio .-���
i he fairl)'
Commend State of Affairs at
Penitentiary, But Denounce City Lockup.
WALKER MUST SERVE   l��- sheepshanks leaves
ADDITIONAL YEAR!     m E��� ���
end
[tai aii He
hjnounced ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
, fairly und.-r way.
Encouraging   Signs.
Indications ol the feeling  through-
Lftf province are more and mor.
TOw to the heads of the
f-ffit'caused by the defalcation
I Tatlow and Fulton   from
Mt governmenl    appears
Liv a" : I' imise
bod until the
The pn i ���������. .. of the giund juu
was handed to the assize court yesterday morning by the foreman, Hector Ferguson. It contained a scathing condemnation '>t tin- present city
lockup, an appreciation of the excellent conditions existing at the federal
penitentiary, and at the asylum, and
an appeal for mure accommodation at
the Royal Columbian hospital.
Horrible  and   Inhuman.
His Lordship Justlve Irving, com-
meniing on the presentment, after
ihanking tbe members of the grand
jury for the trouble they had taken,
Convict Accused of Attempting to Escape From Penitentiary Found Guilty.
Veteran  Bishop  of  Norwich   Retires���
First   Pastor of   Pioneer  Anglican
Congregation in This City.
COMMISSIONERS
CLEAN UP SLATE
The announcement from LonJon.
England, of the retirement of tin-
Bishop of Norwich from his see on
e Mr Jus- account of advancing years, brings
back a memory of the early history
of the city.
Dr.  Sheepshanks came out in  1869
that the  battle   wlll|fore the electors,  pledged to a definite   policv     on     tlie     water   <|iiestlon, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
which is likely to be the determining Istated that he would have copies sent
factor at the election.                             t0 a" 1,le Parties concerned.     It was
It is difficult to Btlr a genuine sub- horrible, h.- Bald,    and not    humane
.tallied   interest    in   municipal   politics ; "'at  people  should  be kept in  a con-
L     ���in    tlie    average    voter, particularly |dltion  such   a.s  existed    at  the   city
Everywhere the  feeling
 .tioi
tiv Mc-
to     be
to continue to
i terms of agree-
with an    election
house in progress.
for  the  provincial
lfltr.li the    C.     .   K     are   made
|fl by thi lei What   the
oi thi  p  ii p.. ���   ��'iii  then  be,
ion the term   "I the contract
IA s< Jealousl     conci aled   by   Mr.
Ilad.r Oliv������' Is now busy address-1
r,. followers through- ���
.... pjjt i ovlnce    Wher-
I*::.   .   - receiving the,
���nt and mo.( encouraging wel-
A   ���:  ���-. ���. �� on until the date
He elect! will practically ,
B ::   tings to    ' tend   every   day. |
���trial evening  Mr.  Oliver  spoke
|t ffltttlng ol ' Ibi rais  in   Larson's
J Vancouver.     The I
Ibuildinz was packed, and every
tri thai ih- leadi i  bad to say was |
{hi. rith I losi p-t attention
Mw granted the fullest approval
J���s li ar rt
Vineo    r Convention  Monday.
|v ���        Llbi        have decide l to
pem iv: conventloi
tail Holiday of    tin-    coining   week.
Pits probable thai New Westmin
Liberals wlll hold theirs on the
Id ���    This    vening a big Lib-
I1    -    -     bi  held In the coin-
pitMnis. Grandview.
k Liberals  have not  yet  de-
m ii. ��� date of their conven-
lit wlll probably be held be-
>ik cii the week.    Around
Hollowe'en   Celebration.
The students of Columbian College
are making big preparations for the
Hallowe'en     festivities,    which    this
year will take the form of a masque-
|lockup. The only way to obtain reform, however, was to keep at it. and
ihe hoped that the presentment would
[have a good result. The full text
'of the presentment Is as follows:
j"To the Honorable Justice Irving:
"We, the    members    of    the grand
jury,  beg  to  make    this presentment
Three cases were heard in the as-
sle  court   yesterday   befor
tlce Irving.  King  vs.  Frederick  Wai
ker, for attempt escape from prison
King vs. Clark, a similar charge, and |at the request of Bishop Hills of Co-
King  vs.  Dragon,    criminal    assault,  lumbla    to    found  a    parish  in  this
Despatch Long List of Appeals-Local Cases Before
Board.
town,
'church,
The grand jury during the day handed in their presentment, and returned
a true bill against John Dragon.     _t
The case against Frederick .VaHter ' cember 2, i860. It was burned down
was resumed immediately en the re-;fi.ve ?:ear.B '.ter. a_nd thi bishop left
sumption of tlie sittings.      The prls-
Unusual expedition marked the
proceedings of the Railway Commission in Vancouver yesterday. The
council chamber at the city hall was
packed with legal representatives of
the various municipalities and companies interested, and a  long list of
and    the   first    Holy   Trinity  complaints and application, were dis
a nodest building, amid the posed of during th<   day  by Commls-
stumps  ln the    nearly cleared town-|sioners  D'Arcy   Scott  and   S.  J.   Mo-
site, was consecrated by him on De- [Lean.
Among the  principal    Westminster
the district ln 1807 for Eng'and^
He recehed an appointment at Bii-
ton, Yorks, and fron 1873 bo was for
20 years Vicar of St. Margaret's infield. Walton-on-the-hill, Liverpool.
The last sixteen years he has been
Bishop of Norwich, and Is now 'n his
75th year.
As Hallowe'en falls on [regarding the condition of the Public Ide'nined'the svstem c
year, the celebration will j institutions situated    ln    the city of l.iround
Nev Westminster
Provincial   Jail. ^^^���
"V- first  visited the provincial jail
whore  we  were met  by the  warden,
who conducted us over tlie institution
where we  found    everything  scrupu-
rade social.
Sunday  this     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
be held on Monday evening.   The affair will  be in pan  in  the nature of
a return to the Young Men's Epworth
League of the Queen's Avenue Methodist   church,   which     last   year  entertained tin   students In I similar occa- ^
sion.     The young men of the league 'ously clean   and a marked   evidence
will   meet   at   the  church   at   7:30  on ,of  orf-r  and   discipline,    and     great
Monday  evening and  will  proceed in
onei was found guilty of ar attempt
to break prison and was sentenced to
an additional term of one year.
Submit the Plans.
Warden J. C. Brown of tlie peneten-
tiaiy was called, and submitted plans
of  the  penitentiarv  to  illustrate  the , ���
method  employed  by  the prisoner  in | Warehouse  Site,
his attempted escape. The p)ans | A property comprising 560 feet, in
were passed around and examined by the city below the Westminster
the prisoner, the jurymen, and the bridge and opposite the City Market,
judge. was sold by McQuarrie ��� Co. for $36
His  Lordship    Justice    Irving  con-  a foot to Vancouver parties for ware-
passing a plan  house   pur.poses    yesterday,      it   has
is  a  waste  of  time  and  ex-
a body to the college. ln addition
to the students of the college, and
the members of the Epworth league,
[many of the alumni !ind alumnae of
the college will attend. An exc< 1-
lent orchestra has been engaged.
���iii. .
THIRTY-LIVE PERISH
7S
Donaldson    Liner    Hestia
Strike.
Grand   Manan   Reef   in
Terrific
Gale.
It.
l��s are
Men.
B. Tiffin and V.. M. McKay
lenomination for  Eberts.
A     md    Saanlch  Conserva-
' '  practlcallj  decided   to re-
pwi their recent member, Speak
Bastport, Maine, Oct. 27.���In the
opinion of the survivors and Grand
Manan people. Captain Newman and
34 numbers of his crew ol the Doo-
aldson line steamer Hestia, which
struck the ledge at Grand Manan yesterday are lost. A search for the
bodies   was  instituted  today,    but    it
'was thought unlikely that any would
b ���  recovered  here
When   the  second  boat,  which  cap-
Isl7r>d and  threw the occupants    Into
popltii both: parties are working
st aid ii,.��� battle  promises  to be
Bftreugboul    the    island.      The
HI Liberals will m��et In conven-
I-v:' Sal inIrj Ql the present week,
It those of A bi ml have already
���to to renominate 11 C. Brewster,
P>" lor that constituency in the
t house.
p��avei Ci ��� servative. win held
iwnwnUon mi Friday of this
*   Nw that thn solid" flvn Pbi'-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
�� beet] broken by the retire Ithe water, righted and floated away
!��f Hon. Mi Tatlow yrotiabili- In tho darkness, one man was seen
arf "ppp' Mayoi Douglas will look;in it. Of the -111 persons who were
.nomination. The other poasl- aboard the steamer, only six are posi-
Osborne Plunkett Aid. tively known io have been saved.
'Spsdden. h. ll, Watson J J Mil-1 They were forced to cling to their Imperiled craft as it was being lossed
b. the giant seas. It was not Until
It'p.m. yesterday that life-savers from
the Seal Cove station were able to
man their boats ad reach the
Bteamer. When rescued, the survivors were in a weakened state af-
j ter iheir ll hours' ordeal.
These  known  to    be    sawd  are:
Third Male Stewart, Second Engineer
���
���  ���
credit is due the officials under the
prevailing circumstances, as the
building is by no means modern and
thi accommodation for female prisoners is inadequate.
"We ne*i visited the city lockup,
which we found to be altogether in-
adequate for the present requirements. We found the cell set apart
for I'males to be 111 ventilated and
badly lighted and altogether unlit to
shelter human beings. We were Informed that when this cell was occupied by females there was no lavatory acommcdatlon for the officer in
charge. The cells for male prisoners
necessitates the youths arrested on
minor offences    being herded among
(Continued  on  Page _even).
DISHONEST   INSPECTION
MADE   BIG   MONEY
Kin ns, K
_pH.lm.kei
Sine n
C.    Al  Esquimau
has   bucci eded  In
pp      Mr   Helm-
constituency
���   I -vis in   Victoria
bin was Jockeyed
,,A ,n v    " Th , time
eeded in land-
hi ' He win proba-
^0PP��*e_ , d .,;M,lin,,   the
"i the last  ho
o i'n   effeci
government agent
ilnatl
Morgan. Seaman Keen. Seaman McKenzie, Seaman Smith, and Seaman
McVicker.
New York, Oct 27.���Eight years of
systematic and exceedingly profitable
cheating o' the U.S. government w-as
described yesterday by George Birg
a customs weigher, who was called as
a witness al the trial of Antion and
Philip  Musk a.  cheese importers.
After telling how be had under-
weighed a large importation of cheese
for the Muslcas and received $194 as
hi. share of tl ��� pr< fits, he saiJ thai
he had had similar dealings with hundreds of other firms ol Importers. He
said that prior to his operations for {numbers
the Muslcas and others, he had been
almost exclusively employed in under weighing and cheating on behalf
of  the  "sugar  people."
"1 cannot," he said, "sufficiently express my disapproval of having only
one set of plans. The expense of
having plans made for -ach juryman
and for the court is more than made
up by lhe loss of time taken in passing one plan around."
The committal, on which authority
the prisoner was held, was produced
to prove that he was held in
custody. An examination of the bars
of one of the windows, stated the witness, showed that one was half cut
through with a very fine cut so tine
that It had tc be measured with a
piece ot paper.
Sawing the   Bars.
David Ecksley, a guard at the penitentiary, saw Walker sawing at the
bar of one of the windows with a
fine saw. He fired a warning shot
and turned the man over to the other
guar ������ Walker had nc right in that
particular wing of the building,  and
(Continued  on  Page  Three).
excellent access to the Great Northern Hallway, and possesses deep we-
ter on the river side. The owners
interested are understood to be Dl.
P. P. Smith, W. G. McQuarrie, and H.
A. Bourne.
Close of W. C. T.  U. Convention.
cases were those having reference to
the lack of transportation on the
south side of the river, aud the condition of the North road crossing.
Port  Kells Station.
With regard to the complaint of tlie
residents of Port Kells that the Great
Northern Railway Company have not
provided proper station facilities for
the handling of passengers and
freight, and that the company's officials refuse to sign shipping bills
when receiving goods for transit-
George Gordon gave evidence, expressing the opinion that the Great
Northern at Port Kells seemed rather
a siding than the main line of the
railway.
Supe-ln'endent O'Neill explained
that the railway's station there had
been originally intended as a section
house. For the past IS months it
had been used as a depot. But
there  was  very   little  business offer-
_^^^^^^^^^_ ^^_ .     ,lng.      It all seemed to go to Clover-
Omaha,   Oct.   2,.���The   closing   day |d
of the  thirty-sixth annual  convention '
of   the   National     Women's   Christian
egal  Temperance Union was devoted to reports  of organizers    and  superintendents.
WKECK DELAYS
ATLANTIC EXPHESS
WOULD CLOSE  BARS
AT  SEVEN   O'CLOCK
Freight   Train   Holds     Up   Passenger
Service or,  Main Line oi  C. F. R.
for Several   H     -s.
Montreal, Oct. 27.���Alderman Carter. Montreal, intends to move in the
city council to pass a by-law ordering all drinking bars closed on Saturday at seven o'clock instead of
midnight and on week days at ten
o'clock. Alderman J. B. Martin and
Lesperance support  him.
of    an extra
Westminster
7 o'clock, the
Noel Simpson, an Indian, was yesterday awarded a month in jail at the
city police court for the thefj of a
coal and a handkerchief, the property
Of Keberl Simpson, barleiider at the
Lytton hotel. The prisoner was seen
to   enter   the   washroom  of  the  hotel
Since the completion of the num-
berlng ii th< ..y streets some threi
months ago b\ the city the contractor,
Mr. Purdy, has added over 190 new
These c*��"er in all some
fifty new buildings ei ected since that
time, the new blocks on Columbia
sireet having covered many of the
numbers. This gives some idea of
the activity during that time in building operations In  the city.
Owing to the wreck
freight whieli had left
Junction shortly before
C. P. B. Atlantic express was delayed
some hours last evening. The wreck
occurred two miles from Barnet, and
one car was ditched. None of the
crew were injured.
Passengers who did not wish to
wait about in the hope of the track
being fixed up came on to Westminster Junction, and thence to this city,
going info Vancouver by Interurban
car.
Reports were current in the city
that the passenger train had met with
an accident, but fortunately this
proved groundless.
Spinsters as Farmers.
London, Oct. 27.���Miss M. Clark,
who is agitating for an extension of
the Canadian free land giant to
spinsters,, and has worked 330 acres
l'or lhree years, told the National Un-
Dismissal Follows Pledge Breaking.
Washington, Oct. 27.���Found guilty
of breaking a pledge taken in 1906, to
abstain from the use of Intoxicating
liquors for five years. First Lieut.
Edward Terry, of the Twenty-second
Infantry, has been dismissed from the
army. in addition to violating tlie
pledge the officer was charged with
drunkenness on duty.
ue. He admitted there was no passenger platform. Commissioner
Scott indicated that Inspector Mc-
Call would be sent out to Investigate. The report would follow later,
with the board's order.
Northern   Pacific   Route.
Reeve Poppy of Langley asked for
a service by the V., V. & E., now it
had been completed from Cloverdale
to Abbotsford, while Mr. Perry asked
for moro crossings. This conq iaiiit
was taken up with the application of
the Surrey board of trade for an order to compel the Great Northern to
operate Its line between Cloverdale
and Huntingdon.
A. H. McNeil for the Great Northern, owners of the v., V. _. E. franchise, claimed a weekly train was
sufficient, while H. T. Thrift, for the
company, sJd the train ran on Sunday, when it was most inconvenient
to residents. The commissioners
promised a railway st.nion at Hazlemere, and to send an official to investigate  the  whole  problem   of    tians-
(Continued on Page Two).
POPE, THO' ILL OF GOUT,
LEARNS  TO  TYPEWRITE
and "viae followed until arrested, when [ion of Women Workers at Portsmouth
th
taber
ft ^'m Nelson
l"ffo
Nti
S hunter,
I excursl
in    at   the
convention
tided
;ni  unsccess-
,''"PiiMiit,   in<     .,    "   '"    , liimiiii'v   rj��   lllllll   in
. : ���th the country after ittnd undertook to d
1 A.   11 ,.u.ir?und!n .US of dependence,     The
t0Wn. Is in the city lockup |
"P-    '"   was  found   in   the
''""Ma'strV'     !'im; thron8  ��"   r��-
mewii.  "".'':|,inK at ''is case on
"ons,   '   ;;  yU  the   BW>.   hi   sec-
e_.   scau"'"il  through   his   pock-
|**Mn_
list of
I
Alt T. nity Social Gathering.
|,c' Qeorge'a hall last evening
Ws n Hnw m reoelTed the mem-
^""eeTni, lrlnlt>' congregation.
I Wanner l���wa9 spoiu ln �� B��-
r'lied th. ��,. , mu8,oal program
SMtnoftfi ^tion of the-even-
B��� Alvlna Mi a"-'i'ibutlnK being
S- ft. "' Ml98 Henderson,
S-* .     '/, "' ?��� Prt��>��e, Qibh
_H-K   l  tC:Pd  ^��-       Aftei
> Part oi A   bee1    8erVed the
>fc.<.i' ,,h" "v""ing was giver.
f%flance lin*' ���'" orchestra being In
,G.
EXCITING   RUNAWAY.
Frightened   Horse   Docs  Sprint  on  Co
lumbla Street Sidewalk.
Some excltemenl was caused on
Columbia streel y<?8terdaj afternoon
when the horse attached to n steam
laundry rig look the bil In his teeth
emonstrate bis In-
penaence. ine horse got away
from the corner of Queen's avenue
and Eighth street, and dashed down
the hill at breakneck speed. Turning
the sharp corner on to Columbia
sireet the shaft broke and the horse
leaving the rig behind, took the sidewalk on the south side of the street
The broken shaft swinging from side
to side    threatened    damage   to
andkerchlef was found in his pos-
bi .. it ni. The prisoner, in defense,
��� ': led that he w,,s drunk ami that 1"'
did nol know anything about thp matter.
the
SHYCYCLE TO ENABLE
ANY PERSON TO ELY
New Jersey  Biologist Predicts   People
in Few Years Wilt Ascend _tt Any
Time  With Wings.
New Brunswick. N. J., Oct. 27.--At
^^^^^^^^^^ ,, ,a  meeting of    the  New  Jersey   State
shop windows and the people vllfau'' Microscopical Soclelj in Rutgers col-
the walk for the street in a hurry At jege ve8ten_a>-. prof. Julius Nelson,
the Bank of Commerce the horse rrlitaf0 biologist, ln a lecture ou aerial
turned to the road r.nd was cnuR" 'navigation, prophesied that within a
shortly after. _   ...'fe.   years any one would be able to
A   home    attached   to  the   lac,M ia8cend and descend in the air with-
Ment Market rig endeavored to enteM0ut the aid Oli aeroplanes or similar
the bar of the Lytton  hotel, thr  MM___ac'
only pveventlng Its lining up wl(l1 ,ne '
crowd.
that ut the end of the fourth v.   on
she made cent  per i ��� ni  profit.    Sui
sequentlj   she    ; dvocated
bi v in- iii Canadian  househol Is as a I
good employment   for "--"-'��� ��
ARRANGE   FOR   SEASON.
(ii mestic  Men of
Ids as a
Engllal v-iv n
3  Company  D. C. O.  R.
to  Resume  Activities.
Plan
Rome, Oct. 2'..���Dr. Pettachl is ^u-
vinced that the Pope's illness will
continue intermittently unless a thorough cure is effected by complete rest
but his efforts to enforce his opinion
have thus far been unavailing. Even
in the presnt case, when the symp-
tons of gout were unmistakable, the
pontiff, in spite of the pain in ont- of
his feet, insisted on leaving his bed
and consented to suspend the giving
of audiences only on condition that
the bishops and prelates should be
admitted to his bedroom.
Contrary to liis doctor's orders   he
walks with  the aid    of a stick and
drives in the gardens.
i    The I'ope holds ihat a pontiff ought
Ito die in the harness and his faith in
medicine is small.   Of late, owing to
the practical Impossibility of writing
liis nun letters be purchased a typewriter and is leafing its use with tlie
STAhTS FUND TO BACK
HUNT IOR DYNAMITERS
At a meeting of   the   officers andl enthusiasm of a schoolboy,
non-commissioned offlcers of B Com-1  ���
pany. Sixth Regiment D. C. 0. R- last   NIECE OF LORD MINTO
Destroyed     and     Damaged     Buildings
Belong to  Man Who  Is Having
Labor  Difficulties.
.  il   was decided  lo call a  parade
e company on Tuesday evening
next aud on every Tuesday following.
Thi non-commissioned officers were
dratted to their section's, some promotions being made to till vacancies,
ami thej will Immediately lake up
the work of recruiting.
TO  PLAY  SOUBRETTE  PART
New York. Oct. 27.���The steamer
St. Louis yesterday brought in many
persons connected with the Meriop.li-
tan Opera House. Among the arrivals
was Christine Heliane, a young English  girl, who  has been  engaged for
"���    is
A*  an  early  date galierv  shooting'soubrette roles in light opera. She
will  be commenced und competitions a niece of Lord Minto, the Viceroy ot
Indianapolis,    Oct     27.-Frank:    H. be offered    for competi-1
Wheeler, a manufacturer, today stait- i opny  ��iu    ue uu. -��� |
i2yg__tf _tfir.&5 3 -na *-__;���-
aarsiS- sass1��s.r r^saya....��_ i
^  rhebulldlngn    destroyed    or dam- ljj*j��^, the_a"n'ds"o_ the non-ecms j Hy quarrel caused the tragedyT   Mc
IMahon killed Van Royen lu the wood*
India,    and    ex-Qovemor-General
Canada.    Her father is  an officer
the East Indian service.
will be held betweeu the sections.
For this purpose new gallery rifles
have ben ordered from the Aldershot
factory  and  will  arrive  shortly.      A ._
Confesses to  Killing  Sisters.
Kansas  City,  Mo., Oct.  27.���James
McMahon  yesterday  confessed    that
he murdered  hl3  sisters,  Mlss  Rosa
  _ ,       _    _ McMahon anl Mrs. Alonzo Van Roy-
posal will be considered probably on ^u, on a farm near Kansas City, Kan.,
Recruit drill    this season last Tuesday.     A longstanding fan_
tl"'"1 ��ere Ih.'u Kxtra ple<-tlons for
s ,>���"*.,,";,;"""��� ��"<�����" disco? ^clared  , 80ats having
",f C LIT1 beoa��8e thi
/   The so i, ', lml��roPerly  made
ft,0r Cie      ''"hi'"ot- an"  S<>
*��, Jl"r-     A l"'"'>ahly   carried
c Socialists. ��"st('a members
Unlversallsts Close Sessions.
Detroit, Oct. 27.���The biennial general convention of the Unversaisi
church closed here today. The proposal to centralize the organization oi
the church under a permanent l"'^ "
dent who would succeed the presuuni
of the convention, was defeated by -
close vote.
"_r_r.r��j_r_i��� ���K_SS JTS S^Bp-? < * ���.   ������*��
Central Labor Union have  each con-!    James Samson, lecturer ou go\i retributed $100 to the reward, asserting .ment   annuities,    will be m the city
dynamiting was the this week end, and expects to lecture
Will  Reject Amendment.
London, Oct.  27.���Premier A*'!'"11;
announced in the house of common.
today that on November fi ,1(
move for the rejection entirely
house of   lords   amendment
Irish land bill.
would
of the
to tho
achlnes, hut by
a s_yc/cie. ^���^^���^B
"Why not manufacture wings
something ou the order of those of
birds, and have them controlled by
the leg muscles of the human being?" asked Prof. Nelson. "Scientists
have been giving this much thought,
and I prophesy that within a short
time people will be able to go into
the air any time they want to. Just
take the wings out of our pocket and
ascend. When you come down, fold
them and put them In your pocket."
Standard Oil Fined $65,000.
Austin, Tex., Oct. 27.���The Standard Oil Company of Indiana was finp(1
JRK 000 in the district court here yesterday for violation of the rr-'"i
Anti-Trust law.
Texas
and  later went    to t ie    Van Royen
home and (hot his sisters.
work of "imported non-union men dis-J on Saturday in the city on the sub
charged by Von Spreckelsen
The Trades Council also issued a
new demand on Von Spreckelsen to
discharge the non-union men employed by him on the Slniner Temple
and the other buildings. Von Spreckelsen, backed by fellow contractors,
will refuse.
jeet. Announcement of the place in
which the lecture will be held will
be given later.
ERROR IN TARIFF IS
GOOD FOR  DAIRYMEN
Ottawa, Oct. 27���Mr. J. A. Ruddlck, Dominion Dairy Commissioner,
calls attention to an unexpected advantage accruing  to  Canadian  dairy
men as a result of the adoption of the
[new tariff in the United States. Under
Local   Option   Meeting.
A  local  option    meeting  was  held Uie'ohl'tariff"^ is five cents per ga.
| lust evening at Olivet Baptist church |,on_    Th(l ctumge |a thought to have
'at which an address on the local veto been a c)erjcai error, but the effect of
agitation   in   other   parts   of   Canada U. ,B (0 gend a ia|.ge quantity of C��-
C. P. R. Traffic Earnings. |wa8 made by Rev. H. S. Magee. T1,is jniuliMn cream across the border. Some
Montreal, Oct. 27.���The traffic earn- meeting had been arranged In ac-'twelve or fifteen creameries have al-
Ings of the C. P. R. for the third week cordance with the plan of campaign 'reaiiy begun to ship their whole out-
In October increased $454,000 over of the local option league in view of ;put of creanli which nets the patrons
the same week last year. |the Impending plebiscite.        _ (about 27 cents per pound of fat.
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