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LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
OLIVER SPEAKS    K���� M ���     TrIE WORKING OF
ON UMBER POLICY    T0 ���_lmw IHE ERUtlllNfi DREDGE
tes Valuable Evidence at
fitting of Forestry Commission in \ ancouver.
Accommodations    at
Severely   Taxed-
lieved   Before  Fair.
City    Hotel   Are ! ���	
pressure H        Description of the Mechanism of the "Fraser River
.lohn   Oliver,
,. ,.. me principal
ion ,,r lhe  Fores-
in this city   ves-
,. a masterly
As far as can be estimate 1 al the
present time, there will not he a
great    deal   of     available   iieoonihvd..
tion at tlie hotels and boarding hous-
vf (luring fair time. Tne reason is
no, far to search. Owing to the con
siiiii'iion work being carried on by
ihe II. C. E. R., the Lulu island brldgi
gang, the presence of a telephone
gang stringing wires to Blaine, ami
the street work on Columbia Btreel
for the Hassam Paving Companv. ami
the   First   sireet   B.Wer   for   tie   board
of works, tiie hotels    and downtown
rooming houses have almost as many
people  as  Ihey  can  carry.
Out   of the principal hotels is running over inn persons a  night, Some-
pedient in  the pres- time. 120, bul the removal of the tel-
io renew licenses, j,.; none men to another city win make
,   renewals should  _,,,���,, differenced      It  would  nol   paj
^ ih,- most strin- the  hotels to  carry  more'bedrooms
...... nd V,millions, safe- un t|l(. y,..ir round', bui on the whole
y .    Interests.      Wis  tbe proprietors take the hopeful view
To,, foi Ul'"' ""' ''IT''''1   iiK.1    wh, n the    exhibition opens on
,,, - bavi   on the rev- i>uegclay week there will not be much
,,,... Assuming that: inconvenience.      Quit,, a  number ol
pei ti,,. licenses are extra rooms have been added in dlf-
there would  be  f,.n nt  pans    oi    the pity  since lasi
bnkagi ri's 25 per cent, In October, but not  commensurate with
fcncouvei
p toi
It'iiiiiiiii     '
lu!''
KslUoii
III
Hnti
bl safi
pn si:
Ivl_enci
Consun ei
.      .,,,     i;i..    nu, siion more
tne standpolnl   <ii
contended    that
Luiii
I . ���
FROM STREET NEXT
IN LIKE EO!! REPAIRS
popular wm py_r    jfijjsf SLCTION
TO VISIT CENTRAL PARK
Dreadnought."
Important Thoroughfare in
Need of Same Treatment
as Columbia.
Miss    Pauline     Johnson   Enqaged   For
October   14���Westminster   L"d es
Will Assist  in  Program.
REACHES COMPLETION
i policy of tlie
In   which
people might  be
an   ai   presenl,
mble    collection
missloners.
Standpoint.
I! . rybody
qijnster is by
tin'  grey   hull
Dreadnought
. ��� Ideni   In   .New   \\'"si
li.is time familial
of   ilie  "Fraser  river
bm     probably    very
ihe manner
At  Ilie
lew are acquainted with
p,i her w,nking.
Powerful   Engines
the
fe,l:
lh.
j ,i this source, which
\. .lit   of   lhe   prov-
;,���ii G��� .  nm.nts  of  out
did     nm   lip'llP'V"
edltae   ianger   of
|, , sts,   as under the
;, per cent, could
profitably  in  the
twentj The restrictions
prould vwiiid  prevent  or
I       v. ....   in culling.
Renew.il of Licenses.
I ,,y ;, policy ol renewing licenses
iaterlal e  would  be  con-
led upon iii'   license    Holders tin'
lermiieiit ��� reasonably  impose
J.. ��� Among    these
pltlons one  respecting
fclearli land  fll   for  agrletii-
rhi "on ��� in governmenl had
|d from its experience lu dealing
timliv licenses that it was
lessury tu havi tne power to re-
t<- pi, have :��� vv.ed the timber
This in tin' inter-
��! the settlei '��� vch he considered
Iniouni  i.   '       ii,iciest   of  the   11-
boltl.r
m regul. o ,!il nol  he made
homestead, bul
; ienl had deckled
suitable to agri-
pK ll hould have
pr all th,. v. rch
���sueh land to be cut. He did not
I- ��� ��� . overnment   would
ftp. thl ���    arbitrarily, ami
11' work a hardship to
1 ���'���' Such a condition
bhed I liens,-.-,   would  in1
Iff! 'f' wi apon,  he  was per-
:   previ titlng   combines,   as
the growth of the city.
The citizens have always shown a
generous opi ri t in entertaining largely for the fair, and a resolute effort
will he made to keep as many people
in iho town ns possible each night,
It represents money in the pockets el
ihe merchants if the visitors stay
here, and a matei ial benefit all round.
The principal    dimensions ol
Fruhling   are:      Length,    ID-
breadth, 32 i, -I;  depth, 16 feet,
propelling    an I    pumping  machlnerj
consists of four sets of compound engines, each sei  of 250 Indicated horse
power.   These four Bets are arranged
tandem, two on each bed plate, ami
drive twin  views.     The two after-
most   engines  are coupled   direel   to
the propellor shafts and the two forward  engines to the    suction pump.
'When it i.s desired to exert lull power ' 1 ' I   II. P.) on Hi" propellers a
clutch mechanism connects the forward and after engtnes on e ich bed
plate. . In dredging, onlv the after
pair of "iigines are use i fm propulsion, wl le a Speed usually of 2 1-2
to :: knots over  the ground is main-
he
city
and
present time, when the pass-
wlttt !>"*" "'  the summer months brim
return ol the rainy si ason, the citl
/.ens of New WestmlnBter hav,' very
unpleasantly hi,,.mm to their attention the condition of the citj streel
The   visitor  to   the  city,  accusto ,.
i" the cl.Mi well paved streets ol
oilier |,lac,s, many of them much
smaller than New Westminster, regards will, disgusi il��� slush and mud
that he must, wad,, i irough If
would cross the sir,.,.is anl the
is advertised adversely as dirty
unprogresslve.
Inches   of   Mud.
II   is  almost   impossible  t") Imagine
another cltj  in  the progressive  wesi
where the passenger arriving by boat.
or   train   must    walk   through  " slus.i :
and   mud   to   reach   a  sidewalk.     Yi I
so ii  is  here after a rain  shower.  To
reach    the    boat    landings      travellers
musl cross Front  street  through mud
Inches thick,    the    crossings    which
once   possibly   existed    being    even
more quickly covered than elsewhere.
Today  will  be  held  thi   weekly  mar-.
.New Westminster people will have
an opportunity of hearing the celebrated Iroquois poeiess. .Mlss E, Pauline Johnson, during exhibition week
;,s ina.- home as Central I'ark. -Miss
Johonson having consented to take
part in the concert al the Agricultural Hall on October 11 in aid of the
funds of the Collingwoo l Methodist
church.
In her flrsl two selections she will
appear In her famous buckskin costume, and Anally in a comedietta
"The Success of the Season," which
will lake half an hour. The principal assisting artistes will he .Miss Alvlna Munn, soprano; .Miss Ethel Law-
son, violinist; D. .1. Allium Jones,
baritone; .Miss Jean Thompson, pianist, and .Mrs. .1. 1'. J). Malktn, accompanist.
.Miss M nun's selections will he
"Tell Me," ami "Two Little Irish
Songs," while Miss Lawson lias some
pleasing violin pieces chosen. .Mr.
Armon-Jonec and Mlss Thompson
will also contribute attractive selections.
Principal Sipprell. of Columbian
College,   will   preside.
Funeral of E. Nash.
The funeral of the late l.tv n'.or
Nash took place yesterday afternoon
to tin- chinch of England cemetery,
Rev. c. W Houghton officiating. The
Interment was preceded by a serylce
at St. Barnabas' church. Many flowers were sent. Tin- pallbeaj ers wv ,���
S. A. Fletcher. Geoi ge Turnb.ill, H.
1'. Latham. II. Neville Smith, S. U.
Tidy and W. Russell. \V. E. Fales
conducted   the   funeral   arrangements.
Continued  from  Page Three-.)
SIISSTITUTtSAMMONIA
FOB AMBULANCE BRANDY
Chicago  Chie,   of  Police   Believes  the
Change of  Reviving  Fluids  Will
We   Economical.
WONDEREUL ADVANCE
IN CITY'S BUSINESS
Chicago. Sept. 80.���An order burdened wjih woe to certain city employees was Issued by Chief of Police Stpward yesterday decreeing that
hereafter ambulances anl patrol
wagons should carry spirits of ammonia for reviving victims of accident^
instead  of brandy.
"The brandy is sometimes gone by
the time an ambulance crew gets to
its destination. Also, ammonia is
cheaper and Just as effective," explained Chief Steward.
(Continued on Page Two,).
PEAK.. SHIP JOINS"
HUDSON-FULTON FLEET
SHOT   NATIVE   IN
MISTAKE  FOR  SEAL
Arctic  Exploration Steamer Roosevelt
Arrives in   New York   Harbor
This *1orning.
Portland, Me., Sept. 30.���Commander Robert _. Peary remained in
Portland today going over a mass of
accumulated correspondence before
departing tonight for New York
where he will command his Arctic
ship Roosevelt in the Hudson, ulton
naval  pageant  tomorrow,
C-mmander Peary's Arctic exploration steamer Ko,,s veil arrive,! at
New York at 7:10 a.m.. and anchored
off Sandy llook, a half mile from the
government  dock.
Ottawa, Sept. Mu.���Controller fred
While of the Royal North West
Mounted Police today received mail
advic-s from the mounted police in
tlie northern regions. According to
the reports the snow finally disappeared ,,n April 2ti and the ice left
the Churchill river on May 0 and 7,
Nothing out of the ordinary lias happened at any of the outposts of civilization aparl from the accidental
shooting ol a native' named Charlie
by Corporal McAilhin, ln mistake for
a seal. Tlu- reports state that nothing has been liear^l ot Caldwell, the
marine engineer why, left Fullerton
for Great Slave laki   'Jhree years ago.
_ntebie0tt��_ber Customs and Land Registry
Returns Break All Records
in September.
Bed,
. a    at  any  time
1 oi    timber on  the
jrtel.  it would also operate to tne
t ���'���>"��� mill owner, i i that
COUld   im.   he   1,"
Tlle
.Now
which
Itil
tge   Six).
iv STREAK
:nds SIX MILES
;
ptGold Strik,   In  Alaska  Assur
"9 Big  Pi  portions���Pans   $3
to the Square Foot.
.pt. _o.r--re.ti
Id turod  Indicate
lv    a   tils-
Previous    re-
ffl , distance
iy-tw0 holes
. of rrom
feet,  are   all
"I.1;   irnl 1
CIDER   MAKING   HERE.
Plan1.   Has   Capacity   of   Fifty   Barrels
Per   Day.
Today the manufacture of cider an I
apple vinegar will be commenced in
the city at the fruit packing plant of
Broder Brothers immediately abo.e
the .New Westminster bridge
The press was installed some Tew
Wl ,-ks ago. Inn has not. been put in
operation pending a sufficient supply
of apples to wai rani iis use. Enough
hav,' now been obtained and the
press was prepared for immediate
use   last   night.
The   plain   has a   capacity  of  fifty
lally given yesterday barrel, a day but will not be run to
us aga v ���..    I- fUi;  capacity   under  the  development
of  the  market   warrants.    The apples
', arc  sorted,  the  best   being   used   tor
canning,   the   larger   apples   are   Ihi'ii
p made  into  cider  anl   the  small  ones
an   crushed  for vinegar.
REALTY   ACTIVE   IN   CITY
Increasing prosperity oi the
Westminster customs repon.
in addition to the city includes
a number of outports on the International boundary, is shown Ly the remarkable advance made in the returns for September compared with
the corespondlng period of last year.;
The figures ofli
were $20,663.37,
in September, 1908. Tae cause Of the
great advance Is due io the fad thai
the importations of machinery for
industrial purposes have takes a skyward turn, and in September rose far
above previous months. As Uanao
la ti   steel   Is   being   US tl   lor   most
West  End  Benefits  Particularly  From
Present   Booming   Cond.tions.
Real estate is booming in tbe West
Knd. and several transfers Of property have taken place, but the principal result has been the taking of
short options on desirable property,
partcularly west of Twelfth street,
below Fifth avenue.
There is not known to be any special reason for this boom, so tbat the
aiv ance must be set down to the recognition  that  thai  pan  of the citv   ls j
coining   Into   its   own   shortly.      Not j
only     local     people,     bul   Vancouver j
linns   are   getting   Interested   in  city
property,   and   one   larg,.   leal   estate |
syndicate  has  pui     aside  a  considerable   sum   of   money   for   Investment]
in  Wesin,ii,ster property  tnis week.   |
AIRSHIP ASSURED
EOR EXHIBITION
Rails of B. C. E. Ii. Chilliwack Extension Now in
Cloverdale���Train Today.
The first train from New WestmlnBter dlrecl to Cloverdale over the
B.C. Electric! rails will leave the
city this morning carrying several
carloads of lumber ami other material. The diamond by which the
ii.uk crosses iiie Greai Northern and
conn,, cis    Cloverdale    Willi    the    cll.y
was laid last night, completing the
firsi Bection of the Chilliwack Hue,
the flrsl sod of which was tinned
early in the year bj  Mayo:   Keary.
Swamps Interfere.
The work has been dillicuil and delays hav,. heen many owing lo the
rough nature of the ground through
which the railway runs, the most
dillicuil portion being a swamp where
the ties and rails had to be carried
by hand, tin ballasting tram following and making iiv roadbed Bolld.
The poles have been erecte l tor a
part o' the distance and the work of
electrifying the line is proceeding
apace, making the prbspei I o| operation for the provincial exhibition
daily more probable. In anj case It
is expected that cars will be run by
steam power for the oca-inn in order to afford facilities for the residents of Surrey.
Train Today.
The train which leaves this morning l'or Cloverdale will be composed
of one of the B.C. Elecerlic locomotives ond a strig of flat cars carr;
ing material for tlie erection of
camps and storerooms, including a
large warehouse to he used later as
a permanent freight shed. The track
laying machine will today commence
the construction of a spur track 'to
connect this warehouse with the
main track. Another spur will als >
be built connecting with the Great
Northern at Cloverdale. A large
camp will also be established a short
distance east of the town, from which
the work on the section from Cloverdale to Abbotsford will be conducted.
First Flights Here on Mainland of B. C.-Brief Description Given.
of
I'l'ii.,
1 i1 'J'iti    quantities,
���oi . I v   square
In 14   '" watei; the ?oun-
ion. ,.,,,l!'',;,   " 'r ;   afid provl-p
WMtagprteel l,HV' ns,",ln- lnJ
CAL-'- TOR TENDERS.
if!" ��or Wo7ro,7 New  Carshops
I T ln This City.
IrK^^hcalledbytheB.
f^' in thl. ...-' "'Mi,i"n* totlle
lj��ott^;/vll,''i;' ''ecelved un to
I ,Wor "art v,     U'" ""<���'���"ssr.il fe_-
I ""    T'>  a    ii   ' wi,h Pjwugated
General  r     '  ' """ ���~*~
Kki,    ^"'i   of   o"8 '" criticize
11:<Yy m��22&j*t g
to
tlie railway works an.l bridge building In the neighborhood this Increase
I's no accidental one. but a genuine
'mark Of the miv ance of the dlstrloi
Industrially.
1 Registry  Fees Advance.
Tht- returns ol the land reglstrj office have increased more in the lasi
two years than in tlie eleven yens
previous, acocrdlng to a statement
made ui ihe regisuy oiiics yesterday
when the monthly returns were completed. The amount received tor the
month of September was $i'&8ti.iil, as
compared with $1988.08 for the corresponding month of lasi year, or an
increase of nearly 65 per evil. The
land registry returns reflect the 1"'"*-
jerlty of the city ami district, J""1
the activity in realty, so that the
abo.-e statement shows that duiieg
the last two years the city and district have- shown an awakening, that
more Interest has been taken in city
iproperty, and the citizens are pros-
I permis and money  more free.
PUPILS   MUST  BE
TAUGHT   HUMANITY
Chicago,' Sept. 30.���For the first
time in the history of tlie P'ih tc
schools of Illinois the state legis i-
tui. has dictated a course of Btuciy.
The humane treatment of annuals
henceforth ls to be taught. Penalty
for neglect of the course hy teachcis
ls provided for by withholding 4 l"'1
cent, of their monthly salaries. 1 "f
visions of the new law are set loitn
in a circular to teachers Issued t>>
Mrs. Ella Plagg Young, superintendent of schools, yesterday.
Tbo law makes it the duly of teacn-
to teach "honesty, kind ins.    i .
Many Must Die From
Bites of Mad Dogs
London,  Sept.   3u.���Nearly   100  p r-  bitten hid the animals in their houses
sons are suffering from mad dog I itcs   ior   fear   the   authorities   would     kill '
'in tiie little town ol Artueaes De Bals-  them.   As a /~��suit, a nutttter oi tne
| co, a cording   to despatches in todav s  dogs  developed  rabies    and    06 per-
S.eculo.    A .mad dog appeared in the sons have ben bitten.    Seventy-three^
j village  several  days  ago and  attack- of ihe victims are now takin.: tv J'as- :
ed  a  number of  pet  ui'gs before  he lour treatment, while 2:; hav,- devel
was  finally   killed. oped  hydrophobia and are beyond  re
The owners of tlie dogs that were  lief.
COMPLETE ANNUAL
SURVEY BE THE RIVER
Compilation  of   Soundings  Taken  By
Government  Craft  Shows  Satisfactory Conditions.
RUNAWAY HORSES PLUNGE
INTO RAILWAY CUTTING
.
I lu ""i'i mine foi
ls  _
id ottl-
Illui-
ers
pur-
tlce and moral courage ror th
pose of lessening crime and rawing
the standard of good cltizeiisliip. ��
provides that one half'hour eacn
week shall be devoted lo tcacim ?-
"kindness and justice to and hums
treatment and protection of WW.
animals and the liflportani part t'u-
fulfil In the economy of nature.
The annual survey of the river bus
i been completed and the sounding out
l in the office of the department of
1 public  works.
The  soundings  were  taken  at  tne
sandheads, the shallowest part of the
rivet,  some   weeks   ago,    when   the
tide was at an extremely low stage,
'reaching  the  official   zero,  an  occur-
1 rence  recorded  but  once    or    twice
, each vear.    The results were gratify-
iing   the shallowest water obtained in
the'channel being twelve feet, whieli
would give 25 feet of water at hign
tide, and from two to three feet mote
under ordinary conditions.
Tlie Fruhling is working on the
bar as steadily as possible, but is
experiencing much delay ffajg
nets Work ls being continued
through the weekly close season In
order that no time may be wasted
land good results are being obtained.
Team Collides With Coach of G. N. R.
Train at Park Drive Crossing ���
Dashed to Destruction.
���"������*���  ii H ��� -Msx.'k
The deep cut of the Great Northern Railway under Park drive, Vancouver, was the scene of the tragic
ending of a flue team of horses yesterday morning. While tlie driver
attended to an errand, the team ran
away from the place he had left
them, dashed down the grade from
Cedar Cottage, and crossed the
bridge carrying the roadway at a
gallop.
A Great Northern Railway train
was passing, and the animals collided with the last coach. Both fell
Into the abyss below, one being killed
and the other Injured in such a way
that it had to be destroyed. Before
this occurred, however, they bad
broken free from the rig, which otherwise would have been smashed to
piece�� In the fall. The team belonged to the Western Transfer and
Trucking Co., Vancouver. J
Tlie Mars airship at the coming
exhibition is an assured fact, the proprietor having written confirming tlie
contract entered into lasi August.
There has been no Bight of an airship
on the mainland of Uiitish Columbia
yet. and the attraction is expected to
arouse considerable Interes throughout the fair, many of the visitors never having seen anything 01 the kind
yet. The manager, W. ll. Keary,
lms received letters from country peo-
ple who do not believe a man can Ity,
and are coming specially to the Westminster exhibition to Bee it  done.
Fifty-Seven  Feet  Long.
The airship is 52 feet In length and
has a diameter of IS foci. This big
bag is made of Japanese silk, olio i
and varnished, and is Inflated vvith
hydrogen gas. Beneath this bag is
a framework, on Which the , iiginv
propeller and rudder is supported.
The framework is fastened to the
balloon part by ours, which are sewn
to the side of it.
Tlie engine is a 16-horsepower. lour
cylinder, and develops from 1500 to
2000 revolutions per minute. The
propellor has two blades winch are
made of wood. This is arrange. In
the front of the ship an 1 draws the
machine after it. The rudder is about
s feet square, With two small horizontal squares on either side of it.
Raid on Gambling House.
Two Celestials giving tlie names of
Tom Yuen and Tom Sack wore found
by Chief of Police Mclntosli at fan-
tan in broad dayligut yesterday afternoon, and brought to tne police
station charged with gambling. They
were let out on $30 bail each, and
will conic up before the magistrate
this morning. The men were engaged
at the game in at room a ll Melnnes
street.      They   offered   no  resistance.
DANK WRECKER GOES
TO STIiONGEK PRISON
Former    Powerful    Politician    to    Be
Confined  For a Time in  Fort
Leavenworth.
Postmaster Would Save Girls.
Washington, Sept. 30;���Believing
that the unrestricted use of the general delivery wiudows tends to corrupt the young women who thus carry on clandestine correspondence,
Postmaster Barnes of this city, following the example s.'t ii Chicago
recently, is endeavoring to devise
some method by Which to enforce tbe
delivery of letters to the local addresses of the patrons, Insofar as may
be possible. He ls considering the
advisability of restricting tne delivery of mail at tho general delivery
window to any persons to thirty days.
ii i i m s
8cott   Calhoun   Starts   East.
Seattle, 8ept. 30:���Corporation
Counsel Scott Calhoun leaves for
Connecticut and New York, where lie
Will take depositions for the city in
the case of W. C. Osbouin. against
Seattle. The case Involves the he-
quest by James Osborne tj the city
of property worth $65,000 nearly
twenty-five  years  ago.
Bryan to Have Silver Wedding.
New York, Sept. 30.���Many prominent Democrats have received Invitations to attend the sliver wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. W. J-
Bryan at Lincoln on Friday. Upon
the Invitation were engravel the
words, "No presents."
1'ittsl.urg, Sept. 30.���''Billy Montgomery, the former casliio.. of the
Alleglioney National Bank ot I'uts-
burg, the man who Is credited with
having by a nod of his head made
Benjamin Harrison president of the
United States wus today stalled from
the Riverside penitentiary to tne
government prison at heaven worth,
Kansas, where he will likely be put
at  breaking stone to subdue hlm.
Like tlie lowest ol malefactors, this
man who was for many years the fl-
imincial backer u.nd confidential ad-
|vis-r of United States Senator M. s.
Quay, was driven through tlie streets
'of Pittsburg today chained lo other
[ convicts.
I   Mongomery,    who was for    man)
yiais the powei- behind the throne of
[Pennsylvania  politics,    had    been  a
most unruly prisoner in Riverside and
lit Is hinted that he was at the bead of
[a plot to liberate many prisoners soon
Uind  that this  hastened  liis departure
fpr   tlie  government     prison.     Montgomery,  who   wrecked   his   bank    for
almost  $8,000,000 fought  like  _ tiger
; thia   morning   when   the   government
officers   told   hira   that   he   must   go
with  them  at once  to  Leavenworth.
iHe had to be overpowered when tlie
| prison attaches came with the clothing he had when he entered the prison,   and  which   were   wrinkled   and
creased.
"Get those trousers pressed and
creased and press tlie entire suit. 1
won't go oh' the street looking like
a bum,''  shouted  Montgomery.
"You're not going to a reception
nor a dress parade. You're going with
us to Leavenworth prison by the government's orders and wevare starting
right now," said United States Marshall Stone, and several guards surrounded Montgomery, forced hlm to
don the objectionable garments In
spite of his struggles and pretests.
Montgomery ls said to have been one
of the men who brought about the
recent investigation of the sanitary
condition of the Riverside prison at
Fort  McPhersoh.
The flre department passed
throtagr the month of September
Without �� flre, another point to be
rem��-_bered when the flre underwriters revise the rates for the city.
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to :���������������������'���,   '44 Columbia ���_*��,
REAL   ESTATE.
HOUSE  TC  RENT.
TO   RENT BEVEN-BOOM    HOL.-.r.
with  oath.  ^12  ;/��.r month.
Uowatt .'reet. 2:;o Eleventh street,
MARSHALL      SINCLAIR,      INftt'K-
ance, r<-al f^'ate, etc., I? located for
tbe present a-, tiie office of tbe Bet-
tiers   Association, BejYe stre.t, op-
'<���  Wlndapr Hotrt
ARCHITECTS.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers s��d dye.--    .;' Columbia streei
i _   ;:.'       1   e   pis ���   where  the
and rem .--'������ from the
?.���..".-���not ; _  --' I la   Goodi i
tor at.-! dellrered.
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers In electrical machinery,
fixtures and suppU^B. house wiring.
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc Bank of Commerce building,
'pbone 331. P. 0. Box &2_.
VAC-  '���_ ���'. SPK5,
-    [AAKE M .CHINE 1
:   .       ��� New
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saw and    shingli     i    In      nery,
Mill   ;.'ar.:��  and specifications  pre-
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MONEY    TO    LOAN��� I    AM    PRE-
red    to Bdrance    money to any
amount  on    city    property  or  for
i _       - ly  Dr. A.  D.
Buchanan, P. 0-, N'.-w WeftmJnster.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B C MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manuf .crurer and Importer
of Lnounmentai torn "..-tones, budding
s:one. etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, N��-w  Westminster.
' _DE V.HKALLEK L McQDARRIK
(F. C. 'Wad?, K. C . A '���'��� : I .- r. W
G.   McQaarrie),    Solicitors,   tiarrts-
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New      V.'es:m:r.-"  -
Vane i   . ��� r    oil
R'aom5   20  and   2!.  Williams   build-
lng    .      ., ��� r ��� - ���   corner of
Haatingg E'.r- ��� ���
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulcbon block. Columbia snd McKenzie Bta, New
Weatmlnater. B. C-
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Itrlctly  modern   COttagi    .'    I IH
cation     C   J. Cotter,    P. 0    Boi
1005. 214-2
V,    U   GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT, |
Up,   -Lavery fijnck.
.'.'.'  G.  W.  SAl'fT ARCH.'TECT���|
Guicboo  Block.    Telephone :;'._.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON  & AYLINQ,  FI8H, FBU1T.
Game, Yesr'-talJes, etc.      Begbie *t.,
opp. 'Wind-o.-  Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. KALES, THE FUKM'ILKE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Under'.a_f-r,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 170, night call sl.
NURSERY.
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THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES
Ltd.,   Burnaby   Lake���Kor    healthy,
bom^-ei-own fruit tree; pbone 415.
PAPER   HANGING   __   DECORATING.
I HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanlta.^;
house painting, kalsomining, pap.-r
hanging ar.d decorating. _u_tn
street, New  Westminster.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS KOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midgut loose
lr-af ledgvrs; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P O. Box 142. Old
Dallv  News  Block.  Sivh Btreet.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &    CAKE
Tickets, ���il meals for 14. liome
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL cafe iMrs, Archer, proprietress). Kour courses, consisting of
soup. flsh. boiled entn>e or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
TA   .;-;
GALVi'N    :.'      ��� --. .:
lorlng.      A  ���
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ing and r ; . ��� :��� .
block
and 264 Clarks :  .-���
WOODWORK ���>:
WESTMINSTER
Co.. bank, o:
ca'inc-t. stair, .,
and detail w - ��� ��� . . .���;
mates  furnlsl
prletor.      Work        -.-���
anl car line.     P      boi .'��� .-
473.
HE WANTS TO HEAH        Front Street Next
NOTES OF ANGEL LHUKLS in Tine For Repairs
A New Type Edison
Phonograph
Standing    Upon   the     Hills   of     Faith,
Methodist  Pastor Def t. the
Bishop
(Continued from  Page f-^'
Detroit, K'-p' 30.���In a scathing
lettei which combines tbe elements
of ;, declaration oi Independence anri
articles ol faith, It'-, Joseph Ryer-
���'������'��� ��� emlneni Canadian divine, wbo
i'.i '.',.'/.'��� time bas been am Hated witt,
"'     '������..���,-..      Episcopal  church    In
.���������������   .���������������.'-���.   Bishop John  We ih
Hamilton, tonii hi   n ligned from  th<
cbun
'i-..<��� reason toi i,Id action a ibown
by ri. communication to Bishop nam-
(Uon, 11: tbat !,<��� "has decided i/i heed
tbe call to stand upon tbe hills of
faith, bearing tbe noti ts ol angel
cboin,"
Mr,  Ryerwn   protests  against   the
treatment  accorded   him   ir,   connection  .Hli a recent Investigation, and
declane hii b��-n<-r that tbe  "presld-
lng eldership la a relh oi othei days
and, iik<- the unfruitful olive tree >���/,
com beret fa   u,<-  ground "   'i he   lettei
practically  aonotulcei  i>i    Kyerion's
intention to bencefortb preach   and
practise a doctrine to hli adberenu
wbicb win closely parallel tbe theology of John Kti',x   h, tiiiw tbe pas-
kM  sayi i,i- baa tr.<- backing of i--,
toembera of Gratiot Methodiat  Epi.
' opi    cburcb.
k'-r nnd the street will be tied '���>:
bundreda of persona, all of wbor;
r/nint negotiate the flltby roadway u
mai-ket  building,   with   re
tbe de
to send
of
IT   PAY8  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY NEWb
We��tminit��r'�� Horn* Paptr.
reach  th
lUtte that, car, only work Uj
trimeni of tbe city, and tend
b ��� Ineaa elaewhere.
The C. P. R. Square.
hu tbe vacant spot earn
C P.R depot, between Kront and Columbia atreets, tbe water lies ln puddles almost failing to dry up during
tb" -lamp season at all. Two years
������;��� j there war-: _.,r_<- talk of raising
the level of tbln portion of the street,
but an excuse wan found In the fact
'that newer, bad ben laid an'! tbe
land would require time to settle.
The excuse ha. long been outworn,
but the mud remain., and no attempt
ban been made to ralB<- the level, in
ti,e meantime passengers from the
train desiring to walk up Kront atreet
mnHi either go to Columbia Htr<*et
first or elae wallow through pools or
wau-r from ft," platform to the Kront
itreel aidewalk. At present, witn
Columbia atreet torn up, it Ih even
more Important that Front atreet
abould be put. Into proper repair, for
It win tg uaed more even than before
until the main thoroughfare i_ completed.
Railway Time Tables
Meeting   Adjourned.
Owing to the fact that, bad weather
kepi the DOCeasary twenty-five mem-
hern fiorn attending tbe organization
meeting Of th<r Maple Ridge board of
trade willed at Port Haney on Wed-
riew.day evening, the meeting was adjourned to next Friday. The whole
subject, however, wan discussed
among those who attended.
TENDERS
Sealed tenders will be received up till noon,
Saturday, October 9, for the erection of our
Frame and Corrugated Iron Car Barn, situate in
the City of New Westminster.
Plans and specifications may be had on application at my office.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. W. H. HAZLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
The Fireside, $28.60
We have received tbfj Edison Records for October, and they are a fine
selection Come In and let un play
them for you. You are always w-el-
<-/)inn In o'ir store whether you p'ir-
c_ase or not Come In and lot u.
entertain you.
Here are a few picked at random:
If I Only Had a Home Sweet Home,
by Will Oakland; Lonesome; Wh^-n
the Meadow Ijarks Are Calling; My
Wife Has Oone to the Country; The
Old Rustic Bridge by the Mill; I've
Got RIokh on My Klingers. Besides
the regular monthly list of 40 records, there is a special list of 50 four-
minute AmberO] records this month
which cannot help but please you, A
call will he all that is required. Oune
along and bring your friends.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West-
minster at .:iu, C:5u, 7:2u and 4:'J'J
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  ll:_ij p.m
: Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter  until  11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
i Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and .:0u a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
I     11:.'.0 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Va-i
couver at 8:00 n.tn., and every ball
I hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. I,-,.si
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
Northern  Railway.
0 a.m.;  ar.  Seattle .:.5
a.m.;
p.m.;
i ��� m #���;
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. '���'��� $!$$���: 	
ml iU\&      B.  C. Electric Ry. Co., Ltd.
435 Carrall St., Vancouver.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best Ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, aud
LUXURY. It is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated train ln the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section Bleep-
ers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cars (seats free), modem day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, So _uie. Wl.s_
ar.   Seattle 3:55
ar. Seattle 9:40
ar. Seattle 7:15
2:55
ar.  N. W.
ar. N. W.
; ar. N.W.
N.W.
ar.
9:30
6:20
6:88
Great
av. N.W. 8:
p.m.
Lv.   N.   W.   11
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.;
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 am., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 am. on Friday, and
6:30 am. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each wees
day;   arrives  8:50  a.m.
Leaves  N. W.  3:50  p.m.  dally ex-
Guiehon  at  7 p.m.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands witn-
lu the rallwa. belt in British Colum.
bia, may be homesteaded by any person wno is th. sol'.- bead or a family
or any male over lt> years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
ltiu acres, more or less.
Entry must he made peraonally at
the local land office for the district
in which the land is siiuare. Entry
by proxy may, however, he made on
certain conditions by the tather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or filter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one oi the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( "or mother, if tne
father la decaswli, of the homesteader
resides uj>on a farm In the vicinity ot
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the lather
or mother.
(3) If the seu_r has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him In the vicinity of his borne
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfle^ by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rlghtB may be
leased for a period of ��wenty^>n-
years at an annua] rental of |1 pet
acre. Not more than 25110 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate or
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W CORY.
Deputy of tbe Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertfs-ment wlll not be paid
for.
S. S.TRANSFQ
Th..  steamer ' ���   *   ��_
Brackman-Ker wh
aftern>��in at 2 p.]
ham Island an 1 t
to New Weetmh
day. Saturday, rel
ing.
Additional    tr. ^
leaving New Wi - lei   I ' i- I
Trip? will be ��� -       ij
business warrants.
This  schedule    su
without notice.
For freight and passenger _��'
p!v to ROBER1 .'A?'.:Y
ililU-
��
Canadian Pacif
Railway Co.
Three Trains DaM
WITH       FIRST-CLASS     WU**!
TOURIST AND   DINING CAR
Imperial Limited leaves at   ijj V
Atlantic   Express  leaves at W- P 1
St. Paul  Express at *������
For reservation- and otker '-���'���
tlon rT
C B. FOSTER. E. G01" ,
G. P. A., Vancouver.    CP.R A
cept  Sunday;  ar.
Opera House Bookings.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Oct. 13���Scottish Concert.
Oct.  20.���O.    Henry's    New
"Lo."
Oct. 28���The Climax.
Nov. 1 and 2.���Th. Shepherd King
Nov.  4.���Parisian  Model
Nov, 19.���Human  Hearts     Y
Opera
"The Milwaukee"
"Th* Pioneer Limited,"    St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short   Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited"
Kanaaa City to Chicago.
No trains in Ue service on    any
railroad  in  the world that  equal   In
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.     They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on al] their trains and
give their  patrons an excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Ald��r. Portland. Or.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE      DAILY NEW
743
FRONT STREET
is the plac. to buy or sell "';' ^J
second-hami h<h"I    of a"-v kln
have nearly ���
100 DOZEN JELLY Bi
which we ��r(. offering for 40c i*r     |
They are new. ___=��
We also have a splendid lw��
Over Fifty Sfuf/ed Birds as'|
Animals
for r_kat a bargain       r0B all H
W.  can't birm to "" ���      fm.
have, but no mailer  vwi.u i
com�� here first. .     I
Alex. SpecK;
SECOND-HAND  STO^
Columbia St.    "Man onj^ 1
Westminster
Transfer to*
wfflca 'Phone 1����-    P:iTD
Columbia Street
Light and Heavy Ha*
* OFFICE-TRAM DW THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE.
m
For the Following Reasons:
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
We have an Alaskan market for our oil at
fabulous prices.
We are erecting our own refinery.
We have a lease on a producing oil well.
We own 800 acres of choice oil lands.
Our officers receive no salary.
6th
Tth
8th
Our officers receive no commission on stock
sold.
The many natural geographical advantages
we have over any other oil company in the
world.
And we are selling our stock at a price you
can afford to buy.
Some stocks, sold at 10c to 40c per share in California, are now commanding very high prices, many of them selling around $10 to $20 per share.
$100 invested four years ago in San Francisco-
McKittrick, operating 60 acres in California, is today worth $8100.
$100 invested in the Pinal Oil Co. five years ago is
bringing an income of $60 per month and is now
worth $12,000.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
B.   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.   Phone Main 586C.   614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
IIGHTEN     UP     YOUR   DIN-
INER  TABLE     FOR      EXHIBITION  WEEK.
Imorey & CO.
ARE   MAKING  A
|SPECIAL DISPLAY OF DIN-
NERWARE
POR A FEW DAYS. COME
WD SEE IT AT 665 COLUMBIA STREET
MOREY'S
BIG   BC ���-���    STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
Ik Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorpi
pP'W Paid up
P'^e Fund
|*.l Assets
1^69)
.$ 4,700.000
.    5,400.000
.55,000,000
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. j J||g WorkillQ Of
| the Fruhling Dredge
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA
ROUTE.
or    en-
(Continued  from Page One.)
8EATTLE tained  and the  forward pair
__ gines drive the pumps.
S.S.   Princess   Victoria   leaves  Van- j The  Dredging  Gear.
louver 11   p.m.,  going  direct to  Seat-      Tlie   vessel   has   her   stern   half  di-
le  daily except  Wednesday. 'vidod  in   tlie  centre,  thus  leaving a
S.S. Charm, r haves Vancouver 1 [lengthy, narrow gap. In this gap is
.in., daily for Victoria. p titled   a   large    ami    very   powerfully
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van j constructed girder, projecting over
.ouver, 10 a.m. dally, except Friday the vessel's stern and working on
or Victoria. I trunnions fixed amidships.     The suc-
  jtiou pipes or tubes (two in number)
art��  run   along  the   entire   length  of
S.S.  Trader wlll  leave_Vlctorta tOr]tjje   gj,der.   its   open   end   being   en-
Ihopper gates, _n 1 the gates fall open
land the cargo of sand  falls  through
the bottom of the vessel.     When the
hoppers are    empty    the   gates    are
closeu and the vessel returns to th.
dredging    ground    to    resume operations.
Seven times a d*" is this operation
performed, although on tlie day I was
aboard the boat nine loads wer. taken.
Since the dredge has been at work
on the Fraser river channel she has
dredged no less than 630,000 tons of
silt from the channel and has 'leep-
ened the bar at the entrance to the
Fraser river, which has an area of
3000 yards by 500 yards) no less
than two feet over its entire area.
PROVINCIAL
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves  New   Westminster on   Wed
nesday.
DENOUNCES PAMPHLET
AS IN .All TASTE
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 P-m. Is' ��>n'i 1411     ,    .
each  month   for  Quatsino  and    way the end of the girder, that the cinet
ports-   twentieth  of  each   month   tor secret   lies.      Along  the edge ot  the
Aheusot    Quatsino,   Cape    Scott  and D0X are fitted long prongs or spikes.
close 1 In a huge oblong box fixed on
ithe end of the girder and at right
angles to it.     This girder and dredge
head is lowered    to    the bottom or 	
raised us desired by means of a pow-l
er.l'1   winch   lixed   at   the   after   end  Catholic   Clergyman   Tells   Congregant  the shin.
It  is  in  the dredge head  title! o.i
EXHIBITION
way ports.
tion His Opinion of S. H. Blake,
of  Toronto.
the girder is lowered till the dredge ^_^_^^^^^^^^ . ^_
head, rests on the bottom, the spikes I Winnipeg, Sept. 30.���During the
���,,, j,,!,, and break up the ground, the commemorative services on the after-
centrifugal pump Is set working, and noon of the 18th in St. Mary's eemo-
the   vessel   si,.mus    ahead.      As she|tery,   some   one   entered   the   vacant
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO ROUTE.
Leave VancmKe^Tpm. dally, ex-1 proceeds the dredgeheadja dragged|church, and scattered broadest co,
cept  Sunday,
a.m.
Leaves  Nanaimo at
i.
I^Mad out of  town  accounts  toll-
8AV'NGS BANK DEPARTMENT
I Aufr1.a^! f': ���''-' Exchange and
Ifcleitran..        '" a l,frtl*bt and Bold.
graphic transfer,, effected.
New
Westminster, u. c. Branch,
F' SHUTE, Manager.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une iia and July 9.
i'rincess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL  SERVICE.
SS.  Queen  City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weens
thereafter.
7 ! along anl becomes filled with mud or
sand or whatever the bottom encountered consist of. As the material
enters the dredgehead jets of water
in very high pressure are projected
on to it from a number of pipes arranged along the edge of the dredge-
head ji t above each of the spikes.
These jets play on the mud brought
Into the dredghead and atomize It,
but tlie supply of water can be regulated so t_at only Just sufficient is
admitted to reduce the mud to a consistency which can be taken up tlie
pipe and through the pan into the
hoppers of the vessel without clogging them
ies of Hon. S. H. Blake, pamphlet
ou  "A  Hook of Uncommon   Discoid.
The rector, Father Dalton, wroW
Mr. Blake, protesting against the
action of Mr. Blake's disciple, and
receiving no acknowledgement of his
lef'er, at lust night's vespers, prefaced his remarks that this pamphlet did
not Immediately concern Catholics
and charged that there was great ln-
reverence ln this distribution, as well
as a disregard of the respect to the
faith of a church numbering millions.
Futher Dalton said , Mr. Blake
sliould be one of the last of those who
endeavored to force the yoke or
their own doctrines on others, a yoke
notice
Th,
RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
&^_L^.i��
JMottet. aEal_.,PUbilc  Generally  are
lB;ki��__Xl7   hw*Uu loads or
SjSlmSWV tn ����� - after
^eiv^     at tak�� "�� the "sks oa
W. A. DUNCAN,
!Sr7, H����. n_. .    Clty Clerlt-
.��, 1909.    'New Westminster. July
For   reservations   and   information
call or address __
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B   FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Paes. Agent, Vancouver.
j. W. THO UP,
General Superintendent Victoria.
It takes only a very short time to | which hail resulted in a punitive
fill the hoppers with a mixture of movement early ln the last century,
sind and water and as the pumping | He declared the pampnlet contaln-
c'ontinues the sand falls to the Dot- p. no scholarship, but was simply a
torn of the hoppers and the water denunciation ln execrable taste of
flows through apertures in the side the Catholic doctrlneB, ln language
of tlie ship into the river again. By painful to Catholics.
the continual use of a founding pole
the rise Of sand in the hoppers ts
noted and the size of the load determined and   when    the    hoppers are
Wants Hats Removed.
Moose   Jaw,     Sept.   80. -The
    an-
rim.i m ..mial ia Riven to the engine j nouncement made from the Zion
room  and  the pumping engines are | Methodist church pulpit at last night
. _L^ The teleera.h rings "full service, requesting that on and after
I peedaheal" andthe'propelUng en- Sunday next. Oct. 3, thei ladiesid the
f.nes are started and the vessel then congregation remove their hats be-
nroeeeds  to  the  dumping  ground to fore the sermon, is causing consider-
i    h ��. its cum able discussion, especially among the
On ��� Sving at the dumping ground ladies of the Methodist congregation.
., Sana1 is again given to the engine      Rev.   Wooten,   In   making  the    an-
,���_   the    Dowerful    hydraulic  nouncement, seemed anxious to con-
room    anIthe    Powenui ^iw ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
-     '-  ,-u(! riA|_.Y  ,."m'   Ur and the hydraulic rains blame, but that authority was given
through the column, of JM DAILY ..h^��� ^^^XSc^eil the him by the Ladies' Aid.
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
he columns of THE
NEW8.    The Morning Papsr.
Queers Park
New Westminster, B. C.
October 12,13, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<
ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2 p.m. Tuesday, October 12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  13th���Devoted  to  Scottish  Sports,  under the management of the Song of Scotland.
THURSDAY,  OCTOBER  14th���Vancouver  Day, Championship  lacrosse���Vancouver v��.    New Westminster.
FRIDAY,  OCTOBER   15th���Children'*    Day.      Children's  sports,
air ship flight, Intermediate lacrosse and football matches.
8ATURDAY, OCTOBER  16th���Championship     lacrosse     match,
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
8TOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Band Conceits in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
T. J.   TRAPP,
President.
W.  H.  KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
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III   PRASER   RIVfR ! Cups and Saucers
ASH COMPAN'/
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The Xew Up-to-Date
Fish Store
SPEC!   I.  T' ili.W
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all
Correspondence
., :-��� ��������� s Is not n    onsl
r. e. pendents.
i Bit.    I 1   '       '       ���'������  1 -;,..,,- 1 -
along 1 ;    lally the onea i ipport-
Cona -
���I. ��� ��� 1 usi        gaged in     ' demn-
ent In ai
a possil      r< ���   the
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CHOICE   SALMON.
FRESH   HALIBUT.
OYSTERS
FULL    LINE   OF    SMOKEI
FISH.
FRUIT
Nice Juicy Oranges.
Pei   dozen  	
j,-      iti  Ipdiffei.nc. was faho^vji wit;,
l-     ��� ��� ���   t'i tfjoi,.   in   .:, ���   tti.  v.-: 0 '*
fcome   to Canada    Mori ovei      I
dia ���.   fron   Easti   n C nada found
il.'loi    ol settlement In tl 1    .'.'���
pifflculi   that   they,  In  ror;,:- 01   ���������
arrivals  from   foreign  countrl
the  Canadian   West,  and   ll     v. ���
of natural  resources, for the  United
St:iti s.    In   the   words of a  V?'   '���
Conservative   paper,   w .       *va��   de-
hei Iblng conditions as thi j   tl 1 n ex-
nted:
"The tfalla fron, Manitoba to the
Sin":- were beaten bare and brown
by the waggon wheels o: d'p.irtinp
���ettlers."
Thia is a true picture of the Wesi
<i;p It was in f'or, . ��� atl laj. 1 n
der the enlightened Liberal policy tti1-
Wi'i ��� looms Iji^' In the eyes o( the
World. Irs wheal is tbe standard and
Its crops materially affect the worlds
mai kets.
Today thousands of natiw- Canadian from the Bast, and thousat I
immigi'ants fron, otbei  countries an-
Bananas,
Per dozen    3Cc
Table Peacnes.
Per pound 10c
Mic;   Tab:e   Acpies,
4   pOBBdi   for           2.:
Choice Cooking Aoples,
p. potu is foi ... .25c
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thete calatnltj   howlert  thai  n i ���
:��� moval   of tl " s'liip-ipj.'.-   , -   {
_   to   wor;   - .  disai trom j   r   ie
only logical to >    :.       tl it theli Im-
tion and eni   ��� - ment ti   thi   I
place   m ��� I   I / ���    b< ��� n   vei y   benefl-
ciall
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646 Columbia Street.
' ���     >h and sell U t the same
HIS MAJESTY'S
THEATRE
Columbia Street
PERFORMANCE    EVERY    EVENING
AT    7:30. MATINEE     DAILY   AT
2:30 TO  5.
C ramences  today���Tin
during the
���y..
Genuine Reductions, Ge;.       Quaj;t
Genuine Sati.iV "
to all v.ho will part.cipate in this   ac ���
WINDOWS!      Bette-   grill,   step :rS;ae a..
are -."er-.-q.    A  CHANCE OF A  LIFE'   v
SEE O.H
''    '   "h3t��|
LEE'S
Furniture E
Le:s  B
mponuml
StM��t
NEW WESTMINSTER.
h.z*
! S. A. RIEIIMONO, Manager I ^Iu+si? ftr* EA ��?'
���'   ��� jesty s Theatre Or-
��� ���
�������������������������������������*������������������������������.
C.W.R. WILL RUN
FROM CALGARY TO BUTTE
Edmonton, Sept. 30.���The (.'anadian
���p-iri  railway  h      co^npli ti d  the
location ol  the Iir,'-- from  Calgary to
Montana,   and   Will   let   contracts   fOi    Burglar  proof  and   other  safes;
the   -0m.tpn.ti0n   within   a  few  da>>    doors:   locks, etc,
Tl,e construction  will  be opetatfed
UIEBOLD SAFE _.\'D LU.K [fl.
CANTON.  OHIO.
Prices given on application for
Fire,
vault
chestra.
south, one from Pincher nortt..
arid one from Pincher aouth. This
. - ngement will facilitate rapid com-
pletion.
The    Canadian     Western    railway
wlll   girt   Aiberiia   direct   c-dn^cflon
with   Butte,   Mont.,  and   will   aid  the
province  materially  in   handling  im-
ation and imports, as well as tapping a new coal distri'i  hitherto nn-
��� ��� .  v-d.
fhe line of this road from Calgary
u   run-   wesi   for  Hi miler-
due  south  to  the  Gap.
Agent,   H.     J.     A.     BURNETT,   Accountant and auditor. P. O    Box 691
EDISON THEATRE
TENDERS
Animated Pictures and
Illustrated Songs.
The   Latest  Hits  of the Season.
B. C. Mills, Timc.r anl
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dtaitrs in AU Kma' ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash, DoorJ
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
For   freighting     of     supplies   for   the
Yukon   Telegraph   line.
S<-ale_ tend'-rs adirr'ss'-d to tho
then almost Iundersigned ^nd endorg.-d "Tenders
passing    be- for    Packing    Supplies."    will be re
in',', ing  into  the   West   ami   .
f,,,     ,1,, ,,,?i..,       ,���.������,,���,.,.    ,, .., d'if-  south  to the  Gap.  passing    be- ror
fo, themselves permanent homes. ,v.iin ^ Porculjln.. hlJ'|s an�� Uv. ceived until 5 p.m. on Thursday. No-
New towns are springing up on the . . ,,,m. range. vember 25, 1909, for the packing of
n.'p.iv, -.. new districts are being ���'- In the latter are immense bed* or njaierial and supplies for points
tied by tbe latest arrival- an! in ev- coal that have never beea opened up,'aloIli'' th" Yukon Telegrapii line be-
hr. direction therp 1- _r���wth -,, ,1 -.,, and it is the intention of the owners [tween Quesnel and Atlln, in the
V" '���'���"""' i'" ���' l�� fi '��� ot tblB ruad to df;V,.)ofJ lheI11| aI]rJ course of the seasona oi 1910, it'll
Ih- people are bappj    being thereb,  f,jrnistl   to  Alberta    a    new  and 1912.   Forms of tender and spec-
ADMISSION   10c,
CHILDREN   5c.
F. L. KERR, Mgr.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.!
m     ��� a a m ��� I
Royai City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12.
New Weitmir.iterl
pj ,.,.'.:._ and hav,- an abl ling taitn source of supply.
ir, the country and its future. 1 poi From the Gap
all hi'ij.-s there is buoj 1 and 1
dence     From   thi    Stati      the   b-st
CORNER
EIGHTH   AND
STREETS.
COLUMBIA
.ification may be obtained and lorm ,
the Un- continues r'f f,"",n��f't seen on application to Mr. '
to parallel the O.P.R., crowing the |J- T- Phclan, Superintendent of Oov-
Crow's N'est branch between Couley ernment Telegraphs, Vancouver, B.
and Pincher City to Pincher Creek. c- Mr- Wm. Henderson, district Bu-
i-ln-������ of settlers, m-n with exper- and will give northern Alberta a di- perintendent Government Telegraphs,
lence   and   money,  an    pouring   into reel   line to  the    Crow's  Nest    coal
tv   West, ar.d thej  are staying, tate u"lci-s-
Krom  Yre lt takes a South-ast-i ly
lng   ..;, homei tea tying  land
i       ��� II     1 1'  ��� bi come  buyers
at oni e, arid p odti hort.li   after-
v.. ..,;.', ti., ,,- iii tbat tin- rail-
in e been unable to handle _*��� 1
'        -���'���',<: offered.
phenomenal expansion    began
������ ���  inauguration oi Liberal rule.
.'! was ti,.'M- during the
I grain    might
bavi been ra .. I a easily then as
nov. but thi country made no probes* .Jusi a BO��_ as the Lib-rai
Bovernmepl commenced as energetic
Immigration policy ar.d enacted reasonable legislation regarding iip>mi--
|tpading arid settlemeni a change
took plac-. The only conditions which
exist today which did hot exist In
ponaervative days, are those oi legislation and administration, and to own
these may be attributed tbe great ari-
Itance which the U'-.-t bas experl-
ftncei,
The Libera) Governmenl v.t-n- quick
t'i grasp the Idea, that to develop the
country  and   make  available  Its   vast
r- ourci . increased population was
hecessary, and they su once Instituted 11 vigorous immigration policy ln
Gnat Britain, Europe and the Untied
���tates, which haw 1,-i-n steadily, and
Iritb pniiianKiiiK zeal, pursued through.
cm  the year,   with the mos. gratiry-
tere it takes a
dir-ction to tb- border, on the other
side of which it will connect with
-iti,-r the Great Nc-nh'-ni or the C.
M. _ St. Paul railway, and run to
Helena.
INFATUATED SEXAGENARIAN
SHOOTS OBJECT OF LOVE
St. Johnsbury, Vt., Sept. HI).���The
ri Idents of Danville, seven miles
wesi of Bt. Johnsbury, wer- stunned
by a tragic shooting which ended the
lives of two well-known persons at
that place today. Infcatuatei with Mis.
Kate Trye, the wife of Fred J. Frye,
fl blacksmith, and furiat-d because
sh- refused to abandon her husband
and children, arid leav- Danville with
hirn, Abel Hartshorn, a well to do
farmer, and stock breeder, shot and
killed the woman after being fired on,
arid injured by Roy Taylor, a fifteen
year old lad, Hartshorn fled to his
premises nearby, and ended his
life fith a bullet. Hartshorn Is 60
years of age, and Is survived by a
wife and four children, 'l'he murdered woman was .ij years old, and was
a sister of Prof. C. C. Bonnette, for
many years well known as a ballonlst
through Neu England. She leaves a
lnisband   and   iwo   young  daughters.
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Victoria, B. (.'., and from the Government  Telegraph  Agents at Ashcroft,,
H.  C, Quesnel,   B,  C���  Hazelton,  li.  C.
and Telegraph Creek, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will nor be considered unless
made on  the printed  forms supplied, |
and Signed    with their   actual signa- |
tures    with    their     occupations    and;
places of residence.     In the case ofl
firms, the actual signature, tlie nature
of  the occupation  and   place  of residence   of   each   member   of   the   linn
must be given.
Each  tender  must  be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank,   made  payable  to   the  ord-'-  of
the Honorable the Minister of fuolic
.Works, equal  to ten per cent.   Ho p.
c.)   of the amount of the tender for
tine year's packing, which will be forfeited if the person  tendering decline
10 enter into a contract  when  called
upon to do so, or fail to complete the '
work  contracted  for.      If  th-  tender ,
be   not  accepted   the  cheque  wlll   be \
returned.
Tlie Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
ily order,
NAPOLEON'  TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  September  _�����,  1909.
Steam and Gas Fitting, Sheet   Metal
Works and General
Repairs.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������<>��������������������������������������������������������
Stop and See Our Toilet Soaps
35c a Box.
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND|
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
JOBBING  PROMPTLY ATTENDED
TO.     PHONE   586.
44*4***4>44< < < *****44444**4 ������������ ���*����������� ���4����*#��M*��*
MERRITHEW 8 RAMSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
Newspapers will not he paid for
this advertisement if they Insert it
without authority from the Department. 227-3,
ing   results.
The old Conservative Government
had no Immigration policy worthy tlie
name, ani what was far worse, tbey
win. not successful in' retaining the
few immigrants who came to our
shores. Their policy and administration were not sufficiently attractive to retain tbe native born. No
less than one million souls left for
the L'nited States during tlie last
twelve years of Tory rule.
tThe   Liberal   Government    sowed
onerously and wisely, and is reaping
NotlCd  is    hereby
Voters'   List   for   the
been  completed,   and
niay be seen at this
given ihat the
year 1909 has
that the same
offiir..  for  thirty
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
Eastjrbrook  Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $7.25  per Bb..
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bb'.
McQuarrie & Co.,FL0UB AND FKK"MBKCHAN^-
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone
333
abundantly.     The
latest estimate  of
following    Is the
this year's crops
from  tlie    three    western  provinces,
Manitoba, Albrta and Saskatchewan:
Bushels.
Wheat 118,_Yu,U.u
Oals lti_,_!J-,0UU
Barley 80,64_,000
Totals 812,810,0.0
! Compare Mis with tlie fe.v straggling bushels of grain that came from
the west previous to lKlifi. The new
fcrovinces were not created then, and
the settlers dotted    bere and  there
days from the date hereof; and any
person who Bhall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom; must prefer his or
her request in writing, signed with
his or her name, and shall deliver or
cause to be delivered to tbe City
Clerk within the time hereinbefore
Bpclfied.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Clerk's  Offlce, New Westmin-
Star, B. C, September li, 1909.
Sporting Goods
THE  SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING     DUCKS    AND     DEER    ETC
OPENED  ON  SEPTEMBER  1.
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS WE ARE CARRYING A FULL
AND COMPLETE STOCK AT   LOW PRICES
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
mm     WE   ARE   READY   TO  SHOW
you how it ifl cii   per to bay oar
hlgh-chis-p    building    ""^
than It li to purchase the ^
er    kind.      We   can pO'"1
buildings  buUt  "Hli our �����
rials  that n-ver need ref
We can  point  to *����� "'"^
that need repairs ail the '
But  they  were not HuUt ��f *
materials.       See   *M��   T
'   cheapness lies?
BROS., Ltd
WATCH   THIS   SPACE
It will be to your advantage to read our advertisement from day to day, as we will have snaps for you all the time.
JUST NOW WE  ARE .ELLING ONE  OUART  BOTTLES OF  F,RST..LASS  PICK.ES. 21c EACH.      EXTRA SELECTEO EOOS. 3 DOZEN  FOR  ,,.00   (Th.,.  ��_��� X�� "" """
S LBS. BUTTER EOR ,,.00.     WE WILL HAVE SOME FINE BUTTER TO  OFFER    y0U  IN A  FEW OAV,  IN ,,-LB. BOXES AT A VERY LOW FRICE.
C. A. WELSH,  The. People's Grocer. PhonesA^^ FR
DAV
OCTOB
">09.
TIIE   DAILY
."age nv��.
Wan"
Sah
DON'S
ry Goods House
Bedding at Special
Prices For Friday
Buying
\
ii
SPORTING
JEFF
MUST  COME   TO
BEFORE  OCTOBER   10
COT '
COVER
ONLY   .
WHITF
BLUE   BO"
da;-, r
ONLY
LLED    COMFORTERS,   WITH   DAINTY   SILKEEN
.    _L   SIZE;   REGULAR  PRICE $2.50.  FRIDAY  SALE
.   .. $1.70
WOOL    BLANKETS,   FULL      104   SIZE,   PINK
REGULAR  PRICE   $5.75;    FRIDAY    SALE
D
SPREADS, SOMETHING    NEW.    FRIDAY
AND
.   $4.50
SALE
,$1.50
,V    30, -"ll       .let
set <>r a.
i        a ,i,i Ueo__.
ll i k   .I,,t,lis,ill.  last
ti   i.ill       ati h  the  re
ofl  his  list.       We   Wl"
.i'ii  Jeffries  long
.    ..-������ ided In glv.    111 in
When wi   deposit-
In Chicago, ami signed
.,: .1 111   .   With    Sain
lh rgei      ri \,:, sentlng    Jeffries,    nv���
monl ri   a Howe i tor Bnal settle-
p then there has bei n
notl ��� i Jeffries t<> Indlcati that
he �� u i      li looks as it  he
thi   a tvertiHing    gd-Sible
I   v.       (|ult   us.       \\ ,���  ar,.   Ilieil
aro ind, and hai ���   decided
efori   wi' iviv   thi
I  Uml  In   doi v ���  in, .in business.
I le had betti     gel  Into action before
II ���.'.. '   11),  or    .liiiiiisnn    u ill   make
other ]    ���    that wlll shut oul Jeffries
ompleti
ARCHIE MACKENZIE
TO Sli! t& REFEREE
Hold Whistle During Vancouver
New Wcsttninstei   Cimes In  La-
se  Tournai  i nt
WE CAN SHOW YOU
the best line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
Large asso I lent just arrived.   1>< I \ alue, lowest prices.
A great var ety oi Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on i ur floors.    Everything in Home Furnishings
at astonishing prices.
To avoid
ei i nil
tWei :.   Ni ��
vi r al   the
anj   poi dble troul i   con
, _ bi
Wstmlnstei   and  Vancou-
fair, th,   managi    i nt   ol
W.  If.  FAI FS 612-618 Apes
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176.
NIGHT  CALL  81.
MANAGER   QUERRIE   LOSES
SALARIES   OF   INDIANS
the R \ and I S,,. i, v 1.1 ,|. cidi I
to go far afield foi Its officials One
nl i hem has aln adj been i bosen;
thai   om   Is   Archie   ii   Mackenz ���   ol
Rossland,   who    will   ai I   ti    rel	
.' u-i u ho will I.,   j id< ���
j, t  cei tain,  bul   he,  too   wiii  In  all
pi obabllll s   I"   .up ou!     ���
Archie Maeken7.l1   I    well known ,('
,,ll moderatelj  old timei    in thl i cltj
and in Vancoui er.     1le v an old   !'o
. boj   hai Ing plaj ed �� Ith the   I o
ronto    team   for   Bome    time   befon
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Toronto,    Sept.    _0.-Lasl   Mondaj   c?mlng vvesl '""' havin'   accompanied
tterni Que.ri,     manager   ha    '      ' ��        "    ''"'    ""'
of     the    r.    in   ...     '..   o  ���      team,  '" ""' old countr'  :"1'1"   '""">" >'eara
'���"h"'-  '"     ��    ?��    \Y   ��� "'    '"   !'' '"vv   his   arrival   in   the   west   he
crosse   players      salailes,    \\ ii,-ii   lie , . ,.,   ..
earned    In    his     kei        i b,   sum Played for some time with Nn  Wei
 ounted to $260      Querrle mei tour A'      ''    ,     "     ,",' "".    ','"
ol   the   players  do* Mondaj """K  ""  ,lls  Bt,ch   and   made   track8
morning  and  naid   them.      ll,   weni
own
p:ii I    I !ip'U^^^^^^^^
to  the  learns  pi .mu .   In tin   attei
in,mi. and reaching for the monej   to
pay the real oi the team off, discovered  thai   it   was   missing, and  coul i
nol   remember  where  he  might   have
lost   ii.     The   playi i     bow  ver,   received  iheir monej  on Tuesday,  The
llast  place    that   Querrle    remembers
[being in. and where he might possibly
have lost  ihe money, was in the _lng
Edward    Hotel, bul    enquiries there
failed to locate the money.
GETTING   DOWN   TO   PRACTICE
ioi   Rossland w here be has lived ever
iv '       He is In the insuranci   bus.
in ss.     ii, spue the fad  thai  he has
been mn oi the game toi 11 e past in
ti' ii   years,  Ai chle   Mackenzii    i    bj
no  means  rusty  on   the  flni   points.
I li   is siiii a keen    lacros h   fan, an
delights to watch a goo i game      He
plaj 'it undei  the old regulation i, bui
he  has  seen  a  good  many  firs ���   a
matchi s  played  undei   those now  In
im ce, and   Is  onto all   the  ti lefc    oi
the game.
Yesterday Managei Keary ol the
It. A. and I. Socletj received a wire
from Archie signifying his willingness to hold the whistle and checks
[during the two gaines.
YESTERDAY'S KAL1NU
"J__l__B_R_l
_35__sz_B__i__ae_ue____-T__c_.
CUPS AND SAUCERS, $1.00 PER DOZEN.
(White  and  Gold  Patterns.)
FIFTY DOZEN TO CLEAR AT THIS   PRICE.       REGULAR   VALUE
$1.35 A  DOZEN.    WON'T  LAST  LONG.
SIX-PIECE    TOILET    SETS   AT  $2.25.      See them  In  our window.
C.  B.  DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
What Grade of Watch
!   y-iu require?   Something high-class
$60 to $85 or just a knock-around
��� h from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00?    Whatever you want in  the
watch line, we can suit you-and guarantee them, too.
JOHN B. GRAY. Watchmaker and Jewelei
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Senior     Amateurs     Preparing  for   La
crosse   During   Fair   Week.
The  Westminster  senior  amateuri
at  a meeting last  evening decided  to )
begin vigorous practice to,  the exhi- <
hitlon match on Tuesday week, with Ji
the  Maple  Leafs.      A   practice  game
will he played tomorrow afternoon at ,,,,.,.    ��� I    ________________
::  o'clock  at  Queens  park,    and   the ,   HU. I     Af Iv-Hve and a half ft.
following    an-    ask-,1    t,    I >n ���  out: "��'*-.  "HHiK  three-year,,1.s
'Munn.    Digby,      Pearson.    Ualbraitb. *' CheSter Krum;  2' Melt��1dale;  -
I'atehell,    GMfford,   Sangster,   bit-gar- ''.',.,,,,..,,   ,,.,_.   ,,
laid. Hume. Kenny, Heniy, Swa?_op, A    ��YD     ACI'JT,0n"  mlle and  il
Purdy,   McPhadden,   liavieii.   uouttaj B^teOTth   selHng;  toree-year-oldB.
the  Warwick, and  K.  MacKenzie. Q1Jj .}***    *��"�������*<�����     >.    Peggy
Regular  Practice,  wlll  be  '"'i'i on m��t__' ,'AA',.'   .������        ,,-
Monday,   Wednesday   and  Ifrldaj   ol IMI   "  RACB-Mile,  selling,  four-
next  week,        llandsonie   lorkeVSPiil. '","; ',s   :''''1   "I',     ......
ably engraved  have been  held up for *���   Uil>'   S,iir'   *   'T"*'"   *���   *���   vw'"-
the game hv the exhlbltfoh  manage- '',.',.,,...,,     ,,.,.,-             ,.        ^
'ment   for the  winners ,   *OU  111       RACE-SI?      furlongs,
The appeal against th. Maple Leafs "" s"'.. ^Z***���1**  and   up
lor me last tnat,.!, was lai I ow  for ., '; *n\ ,SZiUg'    '     i,y    "'lk;  '"
ia.                ,i.i_ ". Jack  Adam.
(future consideration.  SIXTH   KACB_Flv,. furlongs, sel.
AMERICANS   AND   GERMANS '^  'AA''i""0'"*  ",'"'  _?,'    _,
l.  Heiie Kinney;   2.   All Alone;  .;.
CARRY   OFF   HONORS Cheers.
  |     SEVENTH     HACK���Five    furlongs.
New  York. Sept. 80.���International selling;  tour-year-olds and up.
aquatic honors were captured by Oer- i.  Salvage;   Z.   Grace  f,.  3,  David
many and  America  yesterday In  the Uoland.
pulling   races   of    the    crews  of   the  __	
warships now at anchor in the  Hud- ���*���** ���**�����*�������� ��� o _
sou       The Germans  outstroked   the *       *    *********    ��*����
Italians    British.   French   anl   Nether- ,                           .        ���
landers in  the  races  for  the  visiting J              Saturdays  Baseball.              ���
ships    while  a   hig  husky  crew   rrom T                                                                 j
the NUnnesota showed tbe way to the *   0_��  ?"_��
G-ermm.   Italian   and   British   tars   In  T    Vancouver            i   ���
the    big    International    rae    which Tfi������_                                     ,.   ^
closed the    day's sport    in  the after-  *    Seattle         6    ���
noon. ^ ���-''.'   ' ''        -
The regatta. Include 1 also races ex- .
oUslvely   for  the  men  of    American  J    bb_17��_        _   I
warships,   revenue  cutters  and   naval   J    aP0Kane     ��    *
militia.     The winners received silver AAAAAAA  A  A  A  ....!
shields  and   purses  of    gold   In   addi ***'*'***  *   *  *  * * * * *
tlon   to  what   they   picked   up  In   Sidf ______________________________
Wtts,   for   the   various     flee,.,   backed MAK��                   HAU|_   |N
their  countrymen  heavily.
  DAYLIGMT   BANK   ROBBEPY
Boston   Protests St
St.     Louis.      Sepl
Louis  Game.
30.���President
Glenwood   Springs    Colo..   Sept.   30.
Dovey of the  Boston  National league _fwo men entered the Citizens' Na-
cluh last night sent a telegram to
President Heydler of the National
league protesting tlie game with St.
l.ouis. Mr. Dove, asserts thai Umpire Kane erred In allow Evan-: to
take more than one base on an
throw.
Welch  Will   Referee.
Ban Francisco, Cai., Sept. _0.���Ja4_
VVei, h   .as elected  last  nlgiit  to referee the   Johnson-Ketchell    flglu on
Octoher   12.       Welch   has  nor
any   tights for  several  years.
refered
WATCHES
1 sell wat-.he
Having  n._���e.Yv_nt_
8liyer-fi|ied
Watche
�� the
i that keep to the second  the  time,
adjusted to suit any clime;
cases���fine   solid gold,
best that are made to be soldi
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
801-E AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
New   Mexican   Racetrack.
Mexico City, Sept. 30.���A new race-
fcrack under a new concession, wnere
races   will   he   run   every  winter,  and I
possible   daily,   will   he   built   in   tne
faderal   district   of   Mexico.       It   will
be completed within flve months, and i
night racing mar be Inaugurated
tional Rank in broad daylight yesterday and, after holding up two clerks,
robbed the safe and escaped on
horseback with Jio.fiuu.
The robbery was planned with
great deliberation. Selecting a time
when Vice-president E. K. Drach and
other officials were absent, the men
drove up to the hank, hitched their
horse.t and entered as if they were
customers. Tn response to a f|ties-
tion they whipped our. revolvers and
hacked the clerks up againsr the
wall. While one man covered the
clerks the other leisurely went
through the safe and cash drawers.
Both men then mounted their horses
and escaped to the mountains. They
were soon followed by a posse. At
one point shots were exchanged and
one of the fugitives' horses was
killed. At a late hour tonight tne
posse was still in pui suit, but  It  was
���__- thought   the  men  had  gone over   the
A Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
Una
Eight.
Un
house;
und * *'  "'"' fu"   sI"d   ,0t8'  frame    stabl'    a"d he"
block north "f tultivation�� directly back of the  Brunette Sawmills attic'"
Columbia  street.
ForVVhat?   Just Think!
1.        a   .
'32!>0; m_<
clu-    Half *��<
USiy.
* far ..,    balance Wd per month  on term_ to be arranged.    Sxdti-
' ,or sale by -      ��  ���*��_���_:
McQUARRIE   A  CO.,  Front  Street.
WED, TO RENT
with option of
purchase r
3MALL IMPROVED FARM OF FIVE
OR TEN ACRES OR SO, CLOSE IN
T0 CHILLIWACK, OR NEW WESTMINSTER, NEAR B.C.E.R. EXTEN-
3IOM.    USED TO .GARDENING AND
are good aurreflr MAKEftS.
APPLY    "ALBERTA,"    CARE
OAILY  NBW��.    vd1
mountains.
"Yellow Peril" Coming.
Washington, Sept 30.���There is to
be a peaceable invasion ot America
by Chinese youths who wlll be sent
here for education. After acquiring
an  Occidental  education,    the young
JChlnese    will   returi.    home to taKe
places In the ciVll service.     A P*rtr
���Vif fotfy Kre db.tit tb leave their native country.
OF
CARD OF THANKS.
We sincerely thank all those who
by their kindly words and deeds did
so much to comfort us In, our recent
'bereavement.
MR.   A.   AVERllaU
MRS.   A.  AVERILL,
r MRS.  1. %.-. URA\jy.yi*U,
MISS ALICE  AVERIIJU
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six  Races  Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL   STREET   DAILY   AT   1   P.   M.     HALF-
HOUR   SERVICE  FROM  GRANVILLE  STREET  STATION.
Road Oil
and
Asphalt
B.C. Refining Co.
(LIMITED)
Offices: Winch Bldg, Vancouver,
or Refinery, Port Moody.
WE ARE NOW READY EOR BUSINESS
PATRONIZE YOUR  LOCAL  INDUSTRIES
that you may be the next one to meet with an auto-
mobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
Ydu had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away I
FREE.;
.
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9 ^DOOU
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PAGE SIX.
THE   DAILY  NEW8
P^IDAY  0
rOBER
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Columbia   Street    Local   Improvement
Notice.
Pursuant to section 20 of the "Local Improvemeni General bylaw.
1909," notice Is hereby given that the
Assessment Hull of the "Oolumbla
Street Local Improvement" Is open Ior
Inspection al the offlce of tbe Assessor in the Cii> Hall, -New Westminster. British Columbia, and ln case
the owner or any person interested
in any of the properties included
therein, desires to appeal from such
assessment he shall within the period
of eleven ill) days from the first
publication of this notice, give notice
to the undersigned 'a writing of liis
lnieniion   to appeal.
Dated tiiis 2Htii day of September,
A .li., 1909.
W.  A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Dale of first publication, 29th day
of September, 1909. 225-10.
John Oliver Speaks
on Timber Policy
illNUBH
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group
Xew  WeBtminste.  District.
Whereas   proof of tlle  lop's of ceril-l
flcate  of   title number  2396F,   issued1
In  the  name of John  Bernard  John-
scan, has been filed in I his offlce.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
ni the expiration of one month from
the dale of the first publication here-1
of in a daily newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, issue a:
duplicate of tlie said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to nic- in writing.
C. S- KEITH,
District  Registrar or Titles.
Land  Registry    Office,    New   West
minster, B. C, August 30. 1901).
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL .
RESERVE
.$14,400,000.00
.   11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokant.
U. S- A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of .1 and upward,
and Interest aliowed at 3 pef Cent, per
annum (present rate).
rota'   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
_E.    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12.75
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
$7.50 up.
Agent for W'altham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Turn  doors  trom   Geo. Adams, Grocer
on t go up in the air
when we say: " If you have never
worn Male Attire Clothes, you
don't know Clothes comfort."
IJ Seled your Cloth from our 150
Designs and your Style from our
50 Fashions.
Then have us make you a Suit or
Overcoat toorder.
You run no risk, we take the responsibility.
If you don't get more for your money
in Male Attire Clothes than through
the other sort���you can have your
money back.
^ The fine_ range of English wor-
_eds and Scotch tweeds on the
market.
IJ See our new Tricoat,
The greatest achievement in overcoats���buttons three ways.
Male Attire Limited
AGENTSi
Acme Clothing Co.
.. CHAPPELL, Manager.
Saskatoon Cleans Up.
Saskatoon, Sept. 30.���Ten Chinamen were arrested early on Saturday
for running a gambling and opium
den. The Chinks appeared before
magistrate Brown yesterday and all
pleaded not guilty and an adjourn-
; iiient was made till Monday. The lo-
cal police are making a clean up of
tlie gambling joints and houses of 111
repute and during tlie past week have
taken in a large number of fre-
ciuenters.
Lifebuoy Soap Is rlellghtfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet in hot
weather. For washing underclothing it is  unequalled.    Cleanses    and
purifies. ������
(Continued from Page One.)
stricted to an undue degree, an I thus
place tin1 mill owner at the mercy
of any combination of license holders,
Existing licenses being a contract, no
alterations could be made In these,
unless by consent of the licensees
bul the conditions could and should
apply to every renewal Issued.
No Fixed Rentals.
With respect to rentals. Mr. Oliver
made il clear thai he was Opposed I"
fixing the amount of rentals for an
Indefinite period. Whether the Do
minion regulations would be satis
factory lf adopted by the province
would depend entirely upon the policy which the province might deem
best for the conservation of Us timber whether tbe policy was one by
widen the limit reverted to the government' afti-,' ii had hen cleared, or
the governmenl and license holder
were to he regarded as partners In
reforestation. lie thoughi ii absolutely certain thai after the first cul
the license holder would hi  the land
reverl to the government, so that he
favored a renewal of the license al
the option of the bolder trom year to
year, with sufficient safeguards. Replying lo Mr. Fliimeilelt. Mr. Oliver
sail that he did not regard the payment ot the license fee as giving the
licensee a vested right, hill il gave
lii man equitable right.
In order to secure a cleaner cut
proposition Mr, Oliver suggested thai
a means of attaining this niigln be
found in u scab1 of royalties, hy
which third-class timber would be relieved of a royalty to a degree thai
woi,Id make It profitable to market
this grade. These royalties might
jbe made subject to change from time
to time but only after a year had
elapsed from tlie date when the
change was placed on the statute
book, ln order that the manufacturer
sliould have ample time to accommodate liis business to the new conditions. Personally he did not mink
the waste in cutting was nearly as
great  as  was generally  believed.
A Fair Wage.
That a fair wage clause should  be
(a  condition of every    license Issued
,was a point most emphatically urged
by Mr. Oliver.      The wage sliould be
one that was fair to the white workman, and if the r__lll men were willing
Ito pay such a wage he did not believe
they would experience mucli dltttculty
In   securing    sufficient   help.      While
ithe previous witness had stated that
white   men    were    employed  ln  the
j woods, lie was   informed    that many
'Asiatics were employed 'n taking out
shingle bolts.      The Interests of the
people were always to be first in the
consideration  of  the  legislators,  and
ln this matter there was an opportunity to protect the    workman against
the  Imported laborer.
j Can't Stop Fires.
"Yon    can'.t    protect    your  timber
against flre and    ��t the    same  time
ele/       the    land,"    said    Mr.  Ollv��r
There is no practical  lire guard,   .le
had a long experience in the country,
jover   twenty-five   years,   and   he   had
I seen   many  forest  fires,  and   was   of
the opinion that when a fire once got
j beyond  control  it   was  impossible  to
j stay its progress before lt had burned
itself out.     The operation of any law
I forbidding the    setting out  of    fires
. woul 1 be irksome to settlers, and he
suggested a means of    lessening the
HOUSE CLEANING
Instead of being a monotonous drudgery becomes n
pleasure when Sunlight helps
you. Remember ��� Sunlight
"does all the work, at half the
cost and in half the
time ol other Soaps.
Hollow directions
190?
GRAND  OPENING)
Westminster Skmin���
Rink
Thursday Evening, Sept. 30,7 p_ J
The management has recently ������
of One Thousand  Dollar.-,, -
improvements for the convenii Se
rons.   Undesirable persons noi    mitted.
possibility of loss by flre the appointment of atl official In each district,
whose duly i' would be to decide undei what circumstances flre might be
started, and to superintend f_i set
ting of lt oui. This would be prer-
erable to a a/stem of issuing permits
to sei out fires. The danger from
locomotives depended largelj upon
the quality of the coal used. B ha
himself seen as many as four blazes
started among grass within flve mln-
ui rs after the passing ot a Greai
[Northern engine, and that within a
distance ol a mile. The existing provincial regulations respecting the
clearing of a space around a donkey
engine were a dead letter.
He questioned whether the Douglas
fir would reproduce itself on land
thai had been cm over. He had seen
several clearings in whieli be could
find no young fir, though the clearing might have timber on all or several sides Of it. As tending to conserve the *Unber lie did not believe
that th? low rentals would have much
effect. So far as ho had observed,
whether under low Dominion or high
provincial rentals, the results were
much the same. Nor did lie believe
the governmenl control of royalties
would be sufficient protection for the
public, as the manufacturer would In
any case add the increased royalty
to the cost of the consumer.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
.OURS:
Mi
Afternc o
Eve nin j
������ 10 toi|
���    2 to _
7:30 to IM
PP. ICES:
A dm
Skates, m
0,1   s '' '- to 12, J
school   v   ������.������ W||| b, (|||
nished   .1 for ioc.
HOUSE of QUALITY
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, ;via Niagara Falls.
For Timo Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VALiX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
The
Clothes That Reflect
the Personality of
the Wearer
THE GREATEST FAULT WITH MANY KINDS OF READY-TO-
WEAR CLOTHES IS THAT THEY DON'T SEEM TO BELONG TO
THE MAN WHO WEARS THEM. THEY LACK THAT SUBTLE
SOMETHING WHICH DISTINGUISHES THE WEARER FROM
THE COMMON   HERD.
Ours are Different.    Why?
FINISHED BY HAND, THAT'S WHY. TAILORED BY EXPERTS.
BETTER TRIMMINGS, AND HAVE THAT SOMETHING WHICH
IS ENTIRELY LACKING IN OTHER MAKE. CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
or��
Opp.
y Hall
TrtMiMTi "_T_'?;~
On Sale Friday
One hundred pairs Men's Heavyweight Tweed Pants, medium and dark
striped patterns, two top and one hip pockets, assorted sizes; good values at regular price, $2.50.   Price for Friday, pair
$1.
75
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
���    '���_.!     la,      -     I'
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
CLOTHIERS
WE'RE   FOR
MEN.
HATTERS
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You   Can   Make   No   Mistake
If you fill your numerous wants for Stationery, Books, Bibles.
Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign News Papers, and i-. fact anything usually carried in a first-_lass  Stationery  Store.
We buy direct from the manufacturers for spot cash, no middleman's profit to be added and therefore we can show you iome
money-saving   prices.
Tha new English Church Hymn Books are now In stock. Do
you   require  one?
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers   ���
Successors to J. J. MACKAY 4. CO.
I
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every halt
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. ra.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
Cars   leave
traO
Clty  Line:   .
offlce on the hour, twenty o'�� J
utes   after,   and  forty   minute'���
after, commencing at b.m �����
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Sapperton Lme: Cars ea �� ,
at ten minute, alter the kg J
half past anil fifty minutes aft�� J
r   commencing at ��"> f
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ADVERTISE  IN THE
NEW5 OCTOBE
R   1.
1939
eat or certificate of Us pendens being
lii,,I within si.cli period, or in default
TIIE  DAILY   ���. FaWS-
page s_vp__.
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Range One.
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lof redemption before registration, you \ 0 , 1|l(llH,n   fanner,
forever eB- intend!,    ti ..'    for permission to
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Dl-lany ciann to or mi respect oi tne saiu '--' ^^^^^^^^^
District, land, and I sha i regl ter Annie Ryd .  a   (    .   pianted   i_
ipa, as owner thereof In fee.     Andlhen , .,   ,,,   K,.,.s isllin_.
Vancou- by order that pu lication ol this no ���-   ...,,,.,.    Dated
���   Daving tlce tm ten days in a dally newspa Applying   for   ihe
Vancou- publisaed   In   New   yVestmlnstei   will mtaining    100 acres
laving^)
BRITISH DUKES
TO BE POOR
tm oi ' " "��� ,tt"
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Dated at  the  land    registry  office,
New Westminster, Province oil Brl lsii
Colimii'ia.   this   30th   day   of   Aug.
A. D., 1909.
C.  S.  KEITH,
DiM.nct Reglstrai
To Samue] Coul er, Es |.
D
ALBERT HUNT,
"���     8.  H    FORD,  Agent.
1909.
But The
Met  >p.   I-
Criticism.
Are Only
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WATER   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given '-hat an
plication will be mada under Part  >���
a '   Range One.
i   Jo .a Johnson, ot
Va ii i:   c., occupation,    i-aie.
man, -., apply for permissioi
the  following  describtc
lands:
Coi at  a  post planted '"���
the nortii        e       lohn island, an Is-
ticulnrly   in (of the "Water A"t, 1909," to obta.n a ���land  h,   .-.>������ n Kees island and Davies
light,
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machlney. ilicense  in  the  Municipality of    Bui
ration    ol  naby Division of Lot   14. Dl trict.
,,. whlcn i    ia.i The name, address and "
^^^ Drace v>--
H" The  pre-Jliamson,     442    Westminster    ave
.   j    tu be Vancouver, B- C.
, ,,. high tide j    (b.) The name of the lake,   I
th   river, lg)  Of unnamed, the description) is   tun-
island.      Dated, .lime 6th, 190!).    Ap-
plyln ��� whole island, contain
ing 60 aci i b more or li  -
JOHN'  JOHNSON,
Per S   Ii.  FORD, Agent.
I) ited June   .th, 1909.
London,  Si ;���
in
ly  ill I  I In  two i st-
ample     hat   ha publl
notice   tlirougl    ������ i  ndi
in   the   ni ���
One was fun by tin   Duke ol
Buccleuch,   v, hosi bei lain    an-
nounced in I     I on aci ount
of the 111��� w i. cannot a  or I
this ) i ar to pay 1 Ip-
tion ni  $5  to tin   i . cl       ii   his
estate.
When   this  was   publls u I   twenty-
one  radical   men v       ..     i ���   . ���
BUbsci ij. .1 one .   Illlng each and seni
the guinea to tin  club so thai It may
ie 'ii ��� commo led  bj  t  ���   financial
straits of its  titled patron.    Nol   lik-
WHEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWANS
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
because it ls pure, nutritious tnd very economical.
COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
{/natural
il!,. water Is 'known, rising in lx>t 210, running in      Distrlcl   ol   I   asl   Range One,
. electric pow- a southerly  and    west rly    direction     Take n     ���       n James Watson, ol 	
m, light- through District  Loi  144, Bums Vancouver   B. C, occupation   farmer, ing the ridicule better than dues tne
and    ail      (c.) The l""11' of diversion is about  Intends to a plj for permiss:on to pur. avei er, the duke Is trying
ther purposes 400*   feet   south    of a stake marki I      ise thi       lowing described lands: to pul responsibility for tin announce-
Bd.    (h   li   Block one (1)  In the northwest  coi       Commem        .,   a post   planted on menl on the chamberlain and to dis-
power or ner of District Lot 144. the  north, bore  of    Owl island, claim any Intention to withhold    his
ribe  the   Place      nil Th,. Quantity oi  water applied  Dated June 6th, 1909.     Applying for usual  subscription.    His  income    is
\e returned to tor iin cubic feet per second) ls twojthe whole Island, containing 160 acres j estimated  at   more  than  (1,500,000 a
^^ ku 1-'-J___________________________________i
 ;,,���," . point ot dl-     ie.) The character of the propo    I
:���   ��� return.    The.works  is to  run    power    machlnerj
to river near and electrto   dynamo,   domestic   or
YVl ,.ivnca of ele-Iirrigating. ,,       u
\of���V        int of diversion and     (f.) The   premises   on   whieh   th.
OUI   300 feet,  (j)   water Is tO be used is known as Hlock
tnt.ndel to  be,one  (1), two  (2)  and sixteen  Y'-i  In
ed  works will  District Lot 144, Burnaby.
:      ,        , (kl   Thia no-,    (g.) The purposes  for    which    the
^'Y th,   7tb day of Later is to be   used   are   domestic,
lHcation    win   be power, light and irrigation.
,    mlssloner   ou   me!    (h.) If for irrigation describe    the
1909.     (!)  Cive land  to  be    Irrigated���about    twelve
JuL and addresses of any  rl- (12)  acres.
,���.��.���..,,���.     or licenses who or,    (i.) If the water is to be used for
;;    . . ely to be affected 'power or mining    purposes    describe
_ mloDOsed works, either abov* ; the place where the water is to be re-
-'���. Ii   p   Dicklns,  turned to some natural channel, and
YYAi - ith<1  difference  in   -altitude    between
\L nart of the    Memorandum ot points of diversion and po'nt of re-
K of  :       Companv     which .turn.     The   water   is   t0   be   returned
ilAi  H���.   proposed   application |about  two hundred   (200)   feet  below
7���rk.  .. follows: in same channel and about sixty (00)
The   objects  for    which    tne  feet lower.
bed and to whlcn |    j.) Thearea of Crown lend  intend-
"'^ , - v  are    restricted , ed to be occupied by    the    proposed
TLaciutsitii.ii p>f water and water works is sione.
br records of unrecorded wa-1 (k.1 This notice was lasted on the
|.rM- the D rhase of water re-! 14th day of August, 1909, and appll-
fcorwatei-privileges for (a) Con- cation will be made u> *e Com-
operating and maintaining j missi.mer on the 15th day of iv-p-
Ittric works power houses, gener- jtem* er, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock,
fcplant and sv!. other appliances i (1.) The names and addresses ot
*.,.,..: .    are   nec-ssary  any    riparian proprietors or licensees
I proper f,- ��� generating Of elec-1 wbo or whose lands are likely to be
te �� slecuic power, or any other affected by the proposed works.
io' developed poweT and for .either above or below the outlet are
Uittir.L- ��� me to'he u_ed by: the Crown, H- B. Scott. Vancouver.
,r iny ,i- by persons or com-.and E. Pakhman. \ ancouver
Kntrav, ,  with  the company I HORAC .   WlLIalAMSUV
A-  , vv,-  power  for  the]    442    Westminster   avenue,   V ancou-
itlng of ni-' machinery   or iver, B. C.
trie lighting - r other works or to
linore Or less
Dated
JAMES  WATSOaN,
Per B.  11.  KORD. Agent.
fune 6th, 1909.
i year.
Buccleuch is nol alone the object "i
lampooning, the Duke of Bedford getting his full share. Willi an Income
estimated at (2,000,000 a year, he
sent word to his tenants that, owing
���. , .     ..   . _ ,   , Ito the budget Imposts, be will not be
lak,.. notice that Bergeta Anderson, able to entertalt] ,,���.,��� .,, te;i jn cele.
Intends to apply lor permission to pur- |Drating the birthday of his eldest son,1
ot  Vancouver, li. C, occupation, lady,' ^^^
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post  planted  in
District of  Coast  Range One.
wlio  will   Soon  come of  age.
This  notice is sent in    connection
..    . _..       .        , ,,    . Iwith an acknowledgment of a present
,h.e.b.ay.at ,,10rthw:es.t,COr��e.r "L^fiom the tenants to the young   heir.
The  duke  feels  grateful  tor  his  tenants' devotion, as shown in the gift,
siand, the largest island in the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing  GO acres  more or le-s.
BKRGKTA ANlU-RSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
a small bay on north shore of Bend
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 80 acres more or less
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
and says it was his purpose to signalize the occasion by a suitable entertainment, but the taxes are so high
he  really  cannot  afford  it.
I HE keen Autumn air suggests
*    heavier Underwear.
It's not time yet for the heavy
winter weights, but just the time
for our medium between-seasons
weights. More and more men
every year call for this underwear.
LAND   ACTS.
District  of  Coast  Range One.
Take   notice  that Adolph   o.   Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends  to  apply  for  pernns-
scribed lands:
sion to purchase _ie following tie-
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib isiand. Dated
June 6th. 1909. Applying foT the
whole  island,    containing    90    acres
Wiled by the Company   to  conns for bi   'ing  or as a    motive
tor propel Ing tramways. Or for
ullng,    lifting,    pumping.
itine. crushing,    smelting,  drilling
ling or for any other opera-
. to which i:  may he adapted or p^,rc]iaae    the
be used or Buppllfld for or In con    an(is: j , ���
sion with any other purposes for      Commencing at a post planted in a
Icb ��lectricttv    or   electric    power    nia��� b      on north shore of Berry ls-;New Westminster  Land   District,  Di*
Ite applied" or required,    (g)  l,'or land   dated  June  4th,  1909.      Apply-, trict of New Westminster.
pfcrlng water   and   water    power   np 'for ttlp  whole  island,   containing
Russell    Hotel.
W   F. Farrell and wife, Petaluma.
Henry  D.   Brown,  Seattle.
J.  F.  McKunnon,  Vancouver.
C.   R.   McGeachie.   Toronto.
G.   H.   Turner,   Matsqui.
H. A.  Kennedy, Vancouver.
W.   B.   Townley.   Vancouver.
Jno.   J.   Ritchie,   Toronto.
W.  A.  Laidlaw, Vancouver.
L. P. Stranahan, Calgary.
James  W.  Davison.  Calgary.
W.   Hicks.   Vancouver.
John   P.   Hicks,  Victoria.
C.   _.   Tait.   London.
F.   J.   Warwick,   Vancouver.
T. Sanderson.  Vancouver.
C. Mangei,  Vancouver.
W.   P.   Malcolm,   Vancouver.
Merino and Natural Wool, soft,
pliable and just the right weight, all
sizes, per garment
75c to $2.25
Union Suits, of heavy balbriggan,
and wool of medium weight, per suit
$1.25 to $4.00
District of  Coast  Range One.  _  	
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of |more or  less ������_,.__
Vancouver   B. C.   occupation, jeweler. ADOLPH O. JOHNSON,
Intends   to  apply    for    permission  to | Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent,
following      described |    Dated June 6th, 1909.
A.
C.
J.
T.
li.
Mr
w.
Windsor   Hote .
McCrimmon,   Langley.
Byrne.   Portland.
Ldwards,   Bellingham.
Harrison.  Bunbury.
l_.   Durnee,  Seattle,
and Mrs. R. A. Payne, Langley.
M.  Fisher,  Ladner.
W.   E
This store always provides the
right thing for men s comfort at
the right time.
SWEATERS
We show all the best models in Sweaters with the
Sweater Vests in the lead as a favorite. All worsted yarns: full fashioned, extra heavy knit, brass
or pearl buttons $1.25, $1.50 to $5.00
We can match the Sweater notions of any man.
tillable for use, application and dis
tbutlor. by erecting dams, Increasing
li head if water 'n    any    exi'stitif?
Hi oi water, or extending the ar,��a
Wf, inverting the waters of  any
Mm. pond or lake Into any other
pinne! or channels, laying or erect-
any ling or flume, pipe  or wlre
stmctintr nnv  raceways,  reservoir,
iuct weir, wheel,    building,
100 acres more or less
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per S.   H.  FORD.  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    ln- I
'tends to apply for permission to pur-
ichase  the  following  described  lands:
 I    Commencing at  a  post   planted   at '
_., .  _ _ _ Northeast  corner of lot  1469.  thence'
District of  Ooast Range One. south 20 chainS thence 0;,st 40 chalnS| i
la�����. notice that Dora Anderson, of jthence north to coast, thence follow-'
Vancouver.,    B.    C. occupation, lady,
oY intends to apply for permission to_pur-
,..�����, nr>,. wutror,     uunuiug,    "���   -----��� .-  .^finYinYdescribed  lands:
Ier .ration or work which may be ^"e^tte^Wllo^lng ��"������;  on
laired In rm-.- "cilon   with  the lm-
Cotnmendng  at "a  post  planted  on
Mt an,! use of the said wa\.r the north shore of KlaoJ��sls Istan da
U.��at.r pow..   or by  altering,  re- ���iall  Is and  south ol Tm
K extending, Improving,  reps.., Dated ^JuneWh.  "09- o^ap'mJ. or
or mainta'.v.  any such  works,
r anv parr thereof
fAN'COI'VF.R   POW'RR   CO'Y.,   L'i'D.
1. ature,  p,  h. W.   Hope,    A. B.
Beck, Direr: ors.
J. V. Arv-irr'inK. Secretary.
P. 0. Address, Vancouver, B-O.
8! "t the Vancouver Power Co'y.,
Ltd.]
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
J��.e nolle., thai nn application haa
���wn made 11 v i <.,��� Annie Ryder
"owner _i fe, jmple under a tax
Wed^l from Sidney  A.  Fletcher to
i?Mvd'T !"'"' ��� ' late the 13th
"! ot October. A. l,. 1906, of all and
?,.ul* ,h'" ' dn  parcel  or tract
L,laurt Preml8es situate, lying
Stataj In i district of New
"���tmlnster, In the Province of Brit-
u������. (-0l��mh:a. more particularly
tu.'?1 ""-'i:""l as Lot 1.
I- ���.,', A S' '���>��� "'' a"ii 17. B'ock
W*s"iS'. " kn'1 17, Block 6;
1 8 l' ii ' l:: l,nd "'> Rlock 9; Lots
. U iss ft4*?. ��� B,0<* l��i L0'9 l-8-
i��^V2iJSV'1'*
��B,;Sk;,;,'^i'8.9,
��' Lot. 1 . LoUs *��� 5- and 20, Block
U gXll'l 16a��d 17. Block 18;
l��t2o'��� rf    21; aU  suhdlviMlons  of
��5ftU ,1^.3}^ ����� *
the whole "island,    40 acres  more or
>S8.
DORA ANDERSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
lng the coast line    to point of commencement.
WILFRID DOUGALL.
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated Julv 21st, 1909.
Miss   E.   Robertson.  Albion.
J.   _.   Harrison,  Popciim  Mills.
J.   O.   Hedge,   Vancouver.
Frank   Render,  Mission.
L. Smith  and  wife,  Vancouver.
D.  A. Johnson,  Elgin,
Z.   Michard,   Tacoma.   Wash.
Raloh   Siddall,   DeRoche.
W. Ducaver, Vancouver.
Grac^   Vailen,  Aldergrove.
Mrs.   J.  U.   Smith.  Aldergrove.
J.  A.   Melnnes.  Nicomen.
F.  Stracey, Langley.
Mrs.   Reid,   Port   Haney.
Re part (1 acre) ot southeast dMv-
t^r of section 12, township 2, N��W
Westminster district.
FAFVERS  LOSE   MANY
SHEEP   BY   POISON
REID & CO.
Clothiers and
Haberdashers
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
District of Coast  Range One.	
Take  notice   that  John    Olses,  OI ,    ----- ~.^_"'QJ one month from
Vancouver. B. C. occupation   farmer |at the *ff���\��   , blication hvr.
intends  to   apply   for   ������-^ Jft*?jffi����S�� published in
the City of New Westminster. Issue"
London,   Ont.,   Sept.   30.���Considerable  excitement  has  been  caused  in
work    of
ficate of title numDer nm . w��������u '" .sneep-poisoners.    i^ecu   Langford    of
���h_ __m_ of William Oleson, has been !concession  15 found five dead in his
filed In this office. J field   on   Saturday,   five   more     have
Notice is hereby given that I shau. |
Whereas proof of the loss of certl- j London township  by    the
cate of title number 1767a, issued ^n . sheep-poisoners.    Cecil   La:
the    following
purchase   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lands: ,    ,   .  ,_
Commencing  at   a  post  planted in
bay at northwest    corner of    Davies
Island.     Dated   June   6th, 1909.
plying for the whole Island, contain
lng 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909. 	
died since, and four others are sick.
On   investigation   it   was   found  that
parts green had been mixed with salt
and   placed   in   the   field   where   tlie
sheep were kept.    Quite recently Mr.
_7i_lie__   of the ��aid certificate unless j Langford had a valuable colt docked
i��  the meantime  valid  objection   be LU8t  aa  he  waH  ,-eady  to  take it to
Ap-!made to me in writing. Ithe  Fair  for  exhibition.    The  police
^^^�� C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office^   New  West
nlMter, B. C, August 2. 1909.
S. 9, lfi
16 and
K"  subdivision of
.    ���   a���,    BlOpk
lift i, ',?lock<V' Lots 2, 3. 4, 5, fi
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacohsoti,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation tar-
mer, intends to apply for Pf**"^
to  purchase  the  following  described
""commencing at  a post planted on
the southeast shore In a small bay on
Compton   island.     Dated   June   4th,
1909      Applying for the whole island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated Juae 4th. I9*9-
|are working on these outrages.
'.10. 11,"
J 4;
and n
9D*T.2_.l.A1B 18-19 a"d 20.
17, Rlo-i-  ���"-
',W 20, Block
D1��oit 4- t.;.Y."' l0 18, ia a
!.�� an. M **_* 6:  Lots 1.8.
B��<'k IB; Lots 4, 5, 12,
___________________________________S^S____B
13 	
iS'i'OrounT0. '���'' s��Mivlsion ot'Lot
����, Group i,J|" I' mo<* 4, or Lot
Uud"'rl S Se i!aiminK' lhrouRh or
an>' interact '  Persons  claiming
"* 0I any !}A s:ll{1 land by **
*d all ner.0V,,narMl!H:'rei1   instrument,
'ing any Interest
ln ��� _��� P,ari    	
no.\it?:,!> ascent,  whose
titl."'ie sald ,and"bv
_��� Is tint I ,	
^^^^^ ?red  under  th.  pro
-'i-l  Registry  Act
vision^ 7^
e f^ulrfd
at.
District of Ooast Range ��ne-
Take notice that Jacob Jacoosin
of Vancouver, B. C, ��5CU?atlon;rX
penter, intends to apply for penm��
sion to purchase the following de
scribed lands: ���.,..��, 0n
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of M^J^g
Dated, June 4th, 1909. Appl ��g for
the whole island, containing 80 aw
more or less. __._m*H_N
JACOB JAOOBBUK,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th. 190S.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THH
Central Meat Market
Owner Eight* Bt anl   __tt Armas
PHONE 170.
BOWELL A ODDV, Proorlstors.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
S **u-��rch. r^^"��r^
?Stth"��oft, W',hi��  ^  days
thls notice-.   '" flrst Publication
w,l I" lefault of a cav-
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
THE       DaTLy NEWS
Re 14-100 acres of portion of section 21, block 5, north range 6, west
New  Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 5657F issued in
the name of Island Lodge No. 24, I. O.
O. F., has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of he said certificate,
unless in the meantime viilli objection be made to me in writing.
MAKE YOUR APPcAL to *e pub�� D, -rict RegUtrar 0, Ti���es.
through the columns of THE DAii-TjLand Reglstry office,  New Westmln-
NEWS.   The Morning Paper. iater, B. C.���_September 9, 1909.
Public Market
Market Clerk D, E. Mackenzie
Open 8 a. m, to 6 p.m. Fridays 7 a.m. to 6 p,m.
Phone   138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
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Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER  VALLEY   NURSERIES,  Ltd.
Keen's Stall
for
VEGETABLES,   HERBS.
D
avies
&s
on
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and Bsddlng Plants.
Monk's Stall
for
Fish and Came
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"IDAY   OCTOBER ,
You Can Buy
More When
We Sell For
Less
Now is your time
and opportunity to
buy in your Jelly
Glasses. We are
selling out this line
at a reduced rate,
and you can buy
them now for less
than you ever did
before. We do this
because we know
you need them.
You needn't inquire concerning
our bargains. Theyi
speak for themselves, and your
approval is our ambition.
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We    are    right    in
season  with  a  fine
line    of   most    improved
FOOD   CHOPPERS
Call  and See
City News
Everything for the garden at XlOft,
phone 184.
A good Bupply of fresh and smoked
Ash, also oysters al Benson fi -^^'"7
,: gbie street. _-',--���
Robert  Lane returni I rrom a pro-
'longed visit to the easi  yes! rday.
Will Turnbull an 1 Frank Trapp left
on Wednesday for S attle, where
they will  take In the ex ilbition.
��� A now Bre alarm box- wns placed
i in   position  yesterday   a,   t,ir  cornei
��� ol Eighth avenue and Twelfth Btreei
���
4     will the party who look a new hat
��� jn  mistake from the    Pythian   Hint,
Inst   ni
4 receive liis own?
X Anderson & Lusby J     sn  .s.,1
ght   return  same to  rink  and
COLUMBIA STREET.
whole stock  of
��� boots and  Bhoes    to    be sold off in
��� thirty days. 219-
I .
��� I    Tin- greatest   piano    bargains ever
* offered in this city, high grade pianos
e  at low grade prices for lu days ai   101
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Columbia street, nexl door to Guichon
hotel;    open    evenings   lo U:00 p.m.
Montellus Piano House, Ltd,       227-2
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witcbazel Cream
We also havs all  kinds of complexion   creams   and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG SIORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
BUSINESS
SCHOOL
We claim to give young men and
women the qualifications for excellent busisiess positions in which they
make good. f
Our fall term is now open with a
splendid class of young men and women in attendance. Shall we look
for yon to join our nnmher in 'the
I near future? A few months' training in our School will prove a lifelong
satisfaction to you. Day and evening classes.     Call or write.
A.  L.  BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
__.,.. ���>ARMLAND
SPECIALISTS.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
I e transacted in tlie offici a
lately occupied by McBride &
Kennedy, 2S Lorne street, in
the company's head offlce build-
lug.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
P, J. HART,  Manager,
Xew -West nifnster, Sept. 25th,
1909.
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1 llL IYIade in south bend KriiN uL I
Just   Arrived,  a   Full
Line   of
Cheap.
HEATING STOVES.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster t
������������������������������������������������������*���������������������>�����������������������*�������������������������������������������������
l'or lii-st-ciass cut flowers and any
[kind of Floral work, telephone Davtea
[Greenhouse, B208. **
H. C. B, R. city and Sapperton cars
will make oue extra trip for the accommodation of the N'ew Westmin
ster people attending the horse races
.,1 .Minoru park, Lulu island. Tha
last Sapperton car will leave lhe oilier at 11:30 p.m., and the city car al
11:20. p.m, **
A Scottish concert will be held this
evening in the Agricultural Hall,
Central Park, at which Maxwell
Smith will preside. Among the talent will be .Miss Lena Duthie, the
Scottish vocalist.
Dr. .1. D. Gamble, optician, is at 626
Columbia street, Room Vi, every Friday. __ii-..
The  golden  opportunity  is  presented now to get your piano at  Wholesale  prices    al   1'iT  Columbia street, ���
next door to Guichon hotel.      M.ntel-i
ious   Piano   House.       Open   evi .'iiiiks i
to  !)  p.m. 'i'ii-'l \
The hop picking season in tlie upper valley has concluded, and the In-'
ttians  me returning  to   the city   en
route for the canneries, where more '
work  awaits  them.    Tne  Heaver  will t
bring down a large party on her next
trip,  arrangements  having been   com-
pleted  to that end yesterday.
The  steamer  Transfer  will  hereafter   leave   the   Brackman-Ker    wharf 1
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at _ o'clock in the afternoon !
instead of at 3, iis hertofore, returning
tlie  following  morning.      On  Saturday siie will make an extra retuiin
trip arriving in   tlie  city  in  the even j
ing.      Trips  will  be  made  to  Steveston  as  the business  warrants, ** ,
For in days only we are going to
sell a whole carload of pianos trom
one of our upcountry bfanches to the
people of Westminster and district at
actual wholesale prices. Gel busy,
make your selection early and avoid
tin. rush. First come first served.
Store al IOT Columbia street, next
tloor to Guichon hotel, Open even-
Ings  to 11 p.m. 227-2 I
There   were only   57   cases  In   Hie j
city police court last month, showing j
the greai   difference  which  the pres- 1
ence of Indians ln the city during tlie
[hummer months makes to the police j
records.     Of these  .,i   appeared  for
drunkenness,  four  for  being  habitual
drunkards, and one for supply liquor j
to an Interdicted person.     The other
offences included  assaults and lesser j
ci Ime of all kinds.
If ������ome of your personal papers -
deeds, insurance policies, agreements
lof sal,-, mortgages, etc, Bhould be de-
stroyd by flre would ii not give you
[greai Inconvenience, annoyance and
worry? It Certainly would. A box
in our safety deposit vaults costs little, is very convenient, and giws yon
tin, most perfect security. Dominion
Trust Co., I.td.. T. K. Pearson, manager   New  Westm Lister  branch.  L'.'l-I
Buy orchard ianda while they ar,
cheap and become Independent, w,
ar. tb,. official agents of The Western
Home ami Improvement Co.. Ltd, Lei
us tell you about ih ii- choice holding
at A|i;,!e!and. A new townsite and
fruit distrlcl along tha line of th,
H. C Electric Chilliwack llne and V
V. it E. cio.enlalc to Somas Railway
Ths section excels in the production
of all fruiis. Come at onco wbily the
best lands are selling cheap and let Us
show you this section at our expense.
Wo can sell (ive, ten, iifte-n and
twenty ner,. tracts ou easy terms. 1''
J.  Hart & Co.,  Ltd. ���*'
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
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| Snaps in Lots I
: I
��� 2  LOTS,  DOUBLE COF.NER���6 MINUTES TO SIXTH  ST. CAR    I
I     LINE; $225;  TERMS. "    J
:2    LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET   CAR   LINE���66x145   FEET-     t
#     BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS. '     ���
��� 2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;  TERMS. ���
These snaps are money-makers.   For further       ��� <
particulars apply to t\
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.!
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Have You Seen Those
Charming Styles That We
Are Displaying?
This is the question that comes up
in the conversation of all shoppers.
Not in years have we seen styles
create so much enthusiasm, ao captivate all women.
THE  NEW  IDEAS  INWOMEN'S   WEAR     INCLUDE    TWO
AND  THREE   PIECE  SUITS,     SKIRTS     IN     SCORES     OF
ST.YLES,    WRAPS,    COATS,   WAISTS.   AND     OTHER   APPAREL.
The quality is a good point to consider. We lay
great stress upon this particular feature. Our large
and unequaled buying facilities enabled us to secure
this great range of styles, and also enabled us to
quote very popular prices-prices unequaled elsewhere. This is truly a season of novelties in styles,
and for that reason, if for no other, you should see
this display right away.
CHILDREN'S COAT
MATERIALS
Materials suitable for
children's coats are in de-
demand these days. We
mention a few of the most
popular  fabrics.
Scarlet Kersey Cloth, B4-
inch cloth in heavy weights
suitable for making up without lining. Three shade.?
of cardinal���military scarlet, light cardinal and dark
cardinal, navy grey and the
mixed colors shown also in
this same material, per yard
only $1.50 to $2.^d
FUR     LINED,    CAPE    KID.
AND   DRESSED   KID
GLOVES
of every description now oti
display In the the glove section. It is certainly a complete showing 01 popular
gloves that ls now possilil,-
to select from. Tlie best ot
several makes are here in
their particular styles.
Ladies' Fur-lined Gloves in
tans  and  browns,  only    per
pair $1.2-3 and  $1.50
Silk-lined     Gloves,   per  pair,
only $1.75
Cape Tan Kid Gloves, for
street am! heavy use. per
per . . .$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
Ladies'    Black     Automobile
Gloves,  per  pair $3.00
Children's Kid Gloves in the
"Midget" Cape kid and
dressed   kid   finish,   per  pair
 75c   to   $1.0J
Ask     for      Reynier's     Kid
Gloves  for   Ladies.
We  guarantee  every pair or
Reynier's Ki.l Gloves.
"Infanta" 2-clasp line French
kid In tan, brown and black
per pair   $1.23
"Bouneval" a splendid llne
of gloves in tm, brown,
mode, navy, green gray,
black and white, sizes .", 1-2
to s Inches: Per pair $1..0
"Suzette" the nicest dressed kid glove in the sio?k.
Hand sewn. 3-dome fasteners and the must pllabl, ol
kid. Ask im- th,. Suzette,
It pays to buy the best. Per
Pair   91.75
CORDED   VELVETEENS,
60c   per   yard.
Heavy corded velveteens
in shades of navy, cardinal,
fawn, brown, purple, grey
and cream.
HOSIERY FACTS
Our constant endeavor is
to procure reliable hosiery.
We gather here ami there
such lines as we know are
worthy, it is a bet ier showing than ever thai we place
before our customers this
fall as a result of our painstaking efforts.
WOMEN'S   HEAVY   PLAIN
CASHMERE   HOSE.
Several  lines  thai   We  have
bought especially to nn the
wants made known at the
hosiery counter by customers. Heavy weight all wool
cashmere, linn and strong;
sizes :i. 9 1--'. and 10; per
pair. .75c, 85c, 90c and  $1.00
HEAVY   RIBBED
CASHMERE   HOSE,
very   heavy  and   strong,   two
and   one   ribbed,  per  pair. . .
 75c,   85c,  and   $1.00
SPECIAL  OUT SIZE
CASHMERE   HOSE,
good  quality,  soft  an I  pliable, sizes    9  1-2 and lu in :
Per pair 65c to 8bc
The best line of BOYS'
HOSE   in  the  city.
Stockings for the boys
wim need the Btrbng, reliable kind; double knees, reinforced heels and loes. and
a pliable tinkle and leg see-
lion. Sizes G to ll) 1-2 111..
full   length,  pair.  30c  to  65c
POMPADOUR HAIR PADS.
Light and heavy weight
hair rolls In all the neces-
wary shadings shown in IS
and 21 inch lengths. Bach
only 2_c  and  35c
������CORONET"   HAIR
FRAMES,
25c  EACH
Hyglei Ic              1 ip mat
serve as an al        the 1 r-
rect dressing
to the desir            ��� ������ cts
Several    new and
shapes    now     being shown.'
All  one prii ���   eac 25c
A   NICE   ASSORTMENT
OF   HAIR   ORNAMENTS.
Hail    dressli
and necessltli     of every description.
Barrettes In Bmall, medium and largi sl ,--, new
siy les. each .      10c to 50c
Side Combs li   imber, tortoise and  gnj    efl
pair 15c to .1
Back    Comb?
new effects,    plain or ornamental     Btyll                :,  25c
to  $6.50
TOILET
COMBS
iu
a
Bpli nd
ot
qui
lilies
line or co
15c
to   .
iOC
A SPECIAL COMB
at  75c.
One of the strongest,
heaviest and most durable
combs possible to buy. Ask
to  see  them.     Bach    75c
\
NEW COSTUME LENGTHS
6 1-2 yards in piece, $3.00.
We call youi attei tlon to
the new an It i on display
today. Very prett) two-
toned    efli - i.    in   dl
and     self     strlpi
suitings, .I in. bi ��ide,
6 1-2 yards In length, showing verj lati si v ��� les ol
catawa,    n Bed lenella,
peacock blue, a; raisin,
brown, myrtle, b t&upe,
no  two  length V'
length      ...W.<��
DAINTY   DELAINE
WAISTINGS  FOR
AUTUMN   WEAR
We are lead) K v;
some of the pi ��� 1 rtals''
lugs     ever tured:
soli, drajiy 1 ��� IDS'
make ui, chai 1 ugly in'0
blouses of win -liul
service. Come in l!,,lal
and other effe pp: [asl
colors on light and darii
grounds. Sonn �� ,; satln
stripes 30 11, ���
prices  50c,  65c,  73c and $'���
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Pretty Autumn
Millinery
Now that the openings arc over���
the styles decided upon, isn't it time
you made up your mind where you1
get your new autumn hat? The longer you delay your choosing the poorer the selection you'll have lo Pick
from���and the less time you'll have
to wear It.
Why not make your mind up to
buy your hat here? You'll be sure
then you have a hat to become you,
and one that Is artistic and new style-
1S. COLLISTER _ CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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