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^^^H INSURANCE     J
WHITE. SHILES* CO.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St     Phone 85.
v'OVEMBER 9, 1909.
ft OUVER WANTS
ELECTIONS POSTPONED
W Lisb For Many Con-
^ences Can Not Be
(tody in Time.
CHOOSES   SPEEDY   TRIAL
Of    thi
tact    that   the
0f tbe constitu-
are
u .��� iat for many
esflrt "'' ,niv bauds of the King's
st*��X Jos"which have been
^',',' onlj been at the dls-
6'?tlJ ectors for the past few
^ StoOUver, leader of the Lib-
K        n  -    an   effort   to
655*10" and election days
& at least two weeks.
petitions  Governor.
a. Oi*   emi Mr-    Oliver  had  ud-
I T     , oetition  to l.i.-utenant-Gov-
rlt,       poinUng out that the
_W��� u    ���-��� ����w "f the con8"-
jSJSino. Possum' be in the
Sol the electors of those constl-
KV nomination day, which Is
K Thursday of the present week
I folding of 'I"' llsl* until the
Ew of the election is. claims
to Oliver, working a grave wrong to
L'electors of tin province, and on
Hi be bases his petition.
^ communication to the
Ipovernor on the subjeel
US follows:
Tlie Petition.
"Victoria   I1-   C, Nov. 5,
Ho His Honor James Dunsmuir. the
y, nenant-Governor of the Prov-
luce of British Columbia:
���Maui pleass youi honor���The
mton'of tin- undersigni .1 Bhoweth
���There are onl) foul  char days
llore nominal
Tbe . -    which   must
I.  |n this i ���      n are not yel
Prisoner    in    Cosmopolitan    Stabbing
Case, Will Face Court on Nov. 15.
The case of John Reid, a mill hand,
cami' up in the count) court yesti i
day inr election. The accused, .aftei
listening to the charge of having
Btabbed Harry Geary with intent to
dn bodily injury al the Cosmopolitan
hotel, chose speedj trial, ratner than
wait for the spring assizes. He
stated liis intention of securing counsel to defend him. Judge Howaj
set the date of the trial for Monday,!
November 15.
The case was recently heard In the
city police court, and the accused
committed for trial hy Magistrate
Corbould.
STAR! WORK ON
INTERURBAN CUT-OFF
Big Step  Toward  Double-
Tracking of B.C.E. R. to
Central Park.
Lieut e-
111   full
1909.
pe-
he-
ob-
STREET IMPROVEMENTS
PROGRESS RAPIDLY
Board   of   Works   Commences   Opera
tions  on   Front   Street���Work   on
Columbia   Street   Progressing.
is unable
lists  will
P   ���
Isi'' I : s^^^^^^^^���
the King's Prin-
L . ,.     m authorized to
nl i
Ibillty tor him
111 i ��� imi day.
ers are eligible
u
paper  musi   be
|...- .   registered  vo
ltes
o is being inllieN'd
��� bj   reason of be-
li; -  copies of the ��o-
|R .-���-
': prays that    your
matter  to tl'"
io . ��� ��� or's advisers, to
Kei   '   ��� tponemeni  of the
p isl two weeks may
P Mists maj   be
���i; least one week before
Hi ll
,;o      : win ever pray.
IOHN  OLIVER."
I1' ,;. nant-Goiernor
m icalted.     in the
ia
Ifi! -
who love fair play
to the tricky
i of the ]     ,- in power in at-
. to Becun     i    snao verdict
iContlnufi
'te Small;
snap
i.e    Four)
The board of woik has commenced
the placing of several flic hydrants
along the south Bide of Columhia
street. The work is being done In
anticipation of future demands. In
view of the construction this fall of
the  concrete  sidewalks.
The city authorities yesterday decided to go ahead with the Improvement of Fronl street and work was
immediately commenced on the roadway from Eighth street eastward. A
plough drawn by the city steam roller
was employed to tear up the surface,
which will be removed anil replaced
with crushed rock, In accordance with
plans approved by the. council some
time ago.
The work of the Hassam Paving
Company on Columbia streei ts progressing rapidly despite the Inclemem
weather. The work is moving eastward and the road is now being open
ed up near the postofflce for sewer
and water mains. a large manhole
is being bulli al the corner of Sixth
and Columbia Btreets. The retaining wall undei- construction between
the Hank of Comnu rei building and
the Thompson block, and Intended to
Bupport the south side of Columbl i
Btreet, has now almosl reached the
surface, ii is In lng finished off with
small fragments "1 rock and a ���''
tnent su: .a. I Tie -ori-rco r
of the Hassam Paving Co. has b ��� i
>��� ovi 'I to the spot :,���-.-'. win commi nce
the flrsl actual ome e work In connection with the Improvemenl of the
main sireet in a few daj -.
Work has heen commenced on the
new cutoff ol the B. C. Electric Hallway, to reduce the grade up the hill
on the Interurban line to Vancouver,
The Une was surveyed some time
ago and approved bj the city council and Bumabj council, but was left
In abeyance pending the completion
of the heavy work on the double
Hacking of the line between Central
Park and Vancouver. Now that the
latter work has heen finished, a part
nl the gang has been moved to the
cutoff and the slashing of the right-
of-way is in full swing.
The work was commenced from the
Hyland Park end and nearly a quarter of a mile has been completed.
As soon as this is done lt is expected
thai the grading will be commenced.
This will entail the making of a heavy
CUl through the ridge necessitating
the use of steam shovels.
The construction of the cutoff is a
pan of the program laid out by the
B. C. Electric Co. for the double
tracking of the Interurban line be-
iween the two cities with a view to
operating trains instead of individual
cars, enabling greater speed tii be
used ami mine accommodation to be
afforded the passengers. The work
of double tracking is now being
pushed on this side of Central Park
and a portion of the regrade lias al
ready   been   made  h
tion and  Patterson.
���I ween
tlu
Bta-
New Directory of City.
A new Westminster sireet and
street car directory has just heen
published bj Carl S, Meacham i"1
the New Westminster Fire Deparl
tnent. it contains a compli te alpha-
bl ' leal lisl Ol all sl reel i, official
names, local Ions and numbei Ing sj b
leius. .i an ed bo Ilial a pei ion can
timl anj desired numbei with the
leasl possible delay, either by walking, di i\ Ing. ot Btn car, and numerous other Items ol gem i a| Informa-
i lon. The book is verj compli ti o
leti lis and givi ii full iii I and the
I lon of all fii * ula in boxi Tin
directorj   maj  be obtain d al  the io
hall.
ASK TMAT DAIE
BE Sti FOR HEARING
Council Takes Further Step
Toward Settlement i>f Coquitlam Dam Question.
DRAWING   TO   A   CLOSE.
Few
I ���
The death occuired >��� Bterday of E
E. Atkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs Atkinson, of Hospital itn ei Sappi '"o
The deceased ��as 21 yeai .- ol age,
and was well known in the citj He
was a member ol the Canadian I h dei
of Foresters The funeral will take
place tomorrow from the family
deuce. Sapperton.
resl-
RED WIDOW Ul
ESCA E GUILLOTINE
The cltj council at iis meeting
last night took a step toward the solution ot the Coqultlam dam tangle
when ihey wired Hon. Frank Oliver
asking him to set a date for the hearing of the case before the executive
at Ottawa. This was the result of
a motion by Aid. Johnson seconded
by Alderman Smith, and was about
the only definite conclusion arrived
at after a long and nol altogether
harmonious discussion on the Ques-
tion.
Wanted Delegation.
Alderman Adams Started the fire-
works by reading a letter from the
city solicitors, advising the council to
send a delegation of two or three to
Ottawa to present the claims ol the
city, and further advised the securing of legal counsel In the east for
the same purpose. Alderman Adams
wanted to treal the matter as settled
and appoint the delegates, Mayor
Keary wanted to know what the delegates were going lo dO when I hey gOl
there.
"Stand up for their rights," said
Aid.  Adams
The mayor did not see the logic In
plunging into an) considerable expense withoul knowing the reason,
lie pointed oul thai the fads of the
case had been pul before the minis
ter of the interior when hi was here
a slim i time ago. Alderman Adams
made some remark aboul whal would
liappi 11   u I .-n   he   gol   lo  (lllawa
"Hill you are nol sun- whether vou
are going   to I Ittawa,"  said  lhe  mayoi .
whereupon Mr. Adams remai ked thai
he would go to Ottawa whethei the
coum ii sent him or not,
Th.- discussion waxed warm foi n
time i. ii the atmosphere Bnallj
cleared and 11 was decided to i nei n
:. h . rum to the minister of the interior .i king  foi   dates.
Await  Reply.
Tin- matti r of obtaining i nsi l In
the easl   wa      l< fl   with    the special
committi e, and ll wus di elded to call
I.   , of   Mu-   ce, m, i]   |f
,. ply  to the    telegram i    ravoi
CHURCH ANI) STATE
WAK OVER SCHOOLS
Salmon    Now    Being   Taksri
River���Fishermen  Give  Up.
Verv lew salmon were netted o -
let day bj Fraser river fishermen,
these few consisting almost entirely
ol cohoes and dogs Some three 01
four canneries still continue to opei
ate. bul only on om- or two daj b In
the week, when a sufficienl quantltj
of llsh has accumulated to warrant
the iunning ol the plants, lh. llsh
are dally becoming more scarce and
it is expected thai another week wlll
find all the canneries closed on the
river, The canners are now preparing their returns of the salmon pack,
but the figures wlll nol be available
for some two weeks
POLICE HAVE THIEF WHO
ROBBED LOCAL WOMAN
Pickpocket    Who   Stole    Purse     From
Mrs. D. Welsh of This City Under
Arrest   at   Bellingham.
Bellingham, Nov. s. -Charged with
being     the     "honorable"     thief     who
snatched   a   pulse   from   tiie   hand   of
FIVE CENTS PER COP1
HARBOR COMMITTEE
FINISHES DRAM BILL
Would Gain Control of Norlh
Arm, Hut Do Not Consider
New Westminster's Claims
The subcommittee of the harboc
committee appointed by the cities o*
Vancouver and North Vancouver ami
the municipalities ol North Vmhn
ver, Burnaby, Polnl  Qrej and South
Vancouvei. met in Vancouvei lart
evening and completed 'he drafl WH
for the creation of b bai hor commission to have control of all tbe w��(er-
ways round Vancouver as well ��b
some  which   have   up   to  the  prraent
uBuallj  regarded ��h pertaining
particularly    to   New   VVenlinln-
lieeu
more
Bier.
New  Westminster
o'clock     p.m,   last
and     who  Walket
the purse on thi
an  hour after tin
Mrs.   D,   Welsh  of
on   F   slreet     al   ti
Thursday   evening.
boldlj   Up  and   laid
city  hall  steps half ^^^^^^^^^^
holdup,  Aden  I,arson,  living al   Silver
Beach, was   arrested    by  Patrolman
Kldridge  lasl   nighl
Aden Is abOUl eighteen years old
and h: "aboul half grown" as the thief
was described by MrB Welsh, He
told Detectives Tom Nugenl nnd
Logsdon last nighl thai he was nol
in lown the day ihe robbery occurred.
The police claim, however, lhat they
can prove he was in lovvn lasl Thursday uighi ami tlu.i he was on K street
al aboul the time Mrs Welsh was
hi id up. The police further claim
they caii prove that Aden walked "I1
K sti eel and down Prospecl sti e. i
past the cltj hall al aboul the time
the pui ie was lefl on 'he steps, just
outside   polii ���   In ��� i' 1.11oii lei ���
The  pi iBonei   di ni' '   iei - r.iiili  emphatically.     It   Is   claimed   thai    be
slicks to the assertion  thai   he  was
in,i in inwii the nighl of the robbei j
Detectives and Chief Cade wlll cro
.   amine the bui pi cl cl oday In
II ndeavor   to   get   a   Bl i ill lltl   Btoi
from him, The Lal Bon boj was one
..I the Oral lo be ai ri sti .1 In connei
tlon with juvenile ci Imi ��In n the
city Buffei ed under b pi --1 m| i" ' Iv
thefl hi -i spring for whh li many boys
were arrested, say  the authorities,
Evidence   in   Yesterday's   Proceedings
at  Paris All for the
Defence.
I I mni 1' icklln Lumber c .in
r ��r�� Prepai i     to erect a 'urge
mfor thei ,-  the west end
!;';"trv :   '������ ���  growing need
"'"plant..    I        mtracl  for tin
Paris,
againsi
... ideeVV
Nov.      B        'I"
Mme.     Si.it.h.
who  iu Oh  tfia
stale's
tile
ease
���red
here on the
ROUTINE BUSINESS  I	
Arninirr   rr ���.. I charge of  murdering her artist   hus-
OCCUPIES <jl)NC I ::YYYYY;YY��Yb
V"W'     V '      ,    .1.1.,     I,,     lhe     Widow
Jf'Mof the : nidation piles, five
Nreii ii. ; o i,,,. been let to
"A. Gill.;. , :;: | .,. <furk will be
|*nienci.tl in a fi w ,!.,ya
Bl CONTESTVAT
LATOMA RACE Vja
\ry        B	
l*lM H, Curl   .      -j Cnnries  Willard
r"eCipai Contenders   in   Aeroplanes Nov. 12, 13 and  14.
Many Mine r Matters Consid,
erecJ   Last Evening-Lulu
T
Last Evening-
.slant! Line.
Pr���
'
Itei '   horse wil
'  , , thli  week
IU. J.".'; '    days this week
Little important buiiAfett wai transacted at the re. ,ihi: tice'it^ of 'he
council lasi nig ,lt. All tW aldermen
were  preseni    with  the  exception '-'���
Alderman   Fa der.   u        .     In VI
The usual .-. ^,,,,1111 ..<  e .   ���  ,-o
and corres (p00deBi ���   �� i    dlip����ed ot
T.he Lulu Island Line.
,obaston on behalf of the com-
(Teni!1    ' ispended '
ount'' between var.
craft
o foi   the awa   Z_,
Y ;   ' ��� Glenn   /* ^
; -"   J&hlne
,   Phllrt,K,,iKS ���> *   Wlllard i
ffCOlDB,   . .VUHbenshlie.!
;- >UI ij.,., ^r>,n.we|| Dixon.
kl^ ftWmt.i,  in dlrigi-
,;v''o- .
_bybvi ;, i-      S"',;   'ViHard  in  aero-
.TvaligU      r-  "f-oel  by  the local
i lt Is m  .
Als W,.,   ' -   that  the  meeting
lo >.,,,'   ' Mm opening move
tional ,,, ' '' '   oiuiati  the lnterna-
rt U''o .-  for  iuto
Aid.
mltte*
E.   P
Th
1
termed to Interview thei BjC.
brv.ugtei In e, favoi ibi    report.
fy  had look..!  :   th.   Bronnd .at
aM UUad    and  reporti I    ituu
etack  would    be better   on the
(Wd Side of  .hern,.!.        '    ''    . >'      "   (
'had time to look Into '      n**<*��
the double tracking ol the   �������
,Ue   Merchants     hotel   t,       ������'  W&S*-
The report wai adopted anon
��   bylaw  respecting  t-be  Irh
left
*���������������
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*irk|
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eee**
fc   Wly to the  Flag.
am'v'1 ��h0��Jd do his
rm.Y!' ' <bf inmmlttee
|n hc '       '��� I r all  assistance
o;,i the aboll-
rtyer -    '        "'   khe Fr;'^'r
1   against,  the
BBS? '.,f 'i ,labllity of
���( pawn shops and an,,:u,
log  the    setting off    ���     ��'   ; of
iqUibl, guns, etc., and theU        ^
fires   in   the    street.     ���"'[    b      ,
third  readings and  were pa���� ��� *���
dertnan Johnson asked *���1 d
was.
"I suppose it is a ma
swered the mayor, an
let lt go at that.
Aid. Johnston, on ben
who was contemplating -^  oa
ot two or three miH^ -���> ^ted
the next trip of the oe -" ' thi. city
to know the rates chnrs i' 2[lt>t dock-
for the use ot the �� ^ i[np.
Mayor Keary though. I ��� ^ 9���in.
per were going to tra- ^ boat)
gles direct from the ca     > S()IlltJ
no charge should be mad^ ��'�� (maJ1
of   the   aldermen    WW. ""   .     ,,. the
(charge should be levied   o��        n)i,
wear  and   tear  on   tn��   ^  p()W<;r
tlmony was favorable to the widow
and she is apparently confident of
acquittal,
Broderi-1, OR whose testimony the
prosecution hoped to atrenghten Its
case, testified that neither he noi
Mme. Steinheil evei dreamed o! ffl i
ria ������ aa a result of their relations
This wan considered o greal point in
the woman'i favor, foi lf he had tea
tifled that he and the woman had sei
louslj considered marriage the prosecution would 11.iv.. used it as a motiie
for  the  mui'his.
Ur. Avlieia), the Steinheil's family phys-Mtui, teitifled thai the ;�����
i used woman had cared tenderly for
her buihasiH and mothei This wai
another pun ��� In Mme BteinbeiPg favor, as the I  i'i'.ii attempted to
that  fouring  the  two  monttos'
���  ,-,���;   '..������    i, isband   ihe  did   not
go near  hlm.
Mme  steinheil declares thai the In
.   .     lal methods of the prosecution
are helping her case.
CANADIAN   PARLIAMENT
OPENS  ON   THURSDAY
Ottawa. Nov. s.���The Canadian pai
liament. will open Thursday and the
session probably will continue (ot
six months. The chief item of business on the government program **"
be the bill by which the new Cans
dian navy will be constituted
There will  he tariff   discussion   "'-
��� -��� e. J -    H
"���ench    Roman   Catholics   Are   Urged
to  Refuse to Allow Children to Use
Interdicted   Text   Books.
Paris, Nov. ��� Vic situation resulting from the French Bpiscopal's
declaration  ol   war  against   the puhlic
schools and the efforts    to mobilize
the Catholic voters for 'he Coining
general election, Is rapidly entering
an acute stage,
Monsignor Ooly and Other bishops
have publicly forbidden Catholic parents to send their children to puhlic
schools lf Catholic schools are available and parents everywhere nre
. ged to refuse to allow their children to use the InterMtited text
hooks.      Considerable demoralization
Of the schools aire,ids   has resulted.
M. Deumergua, minister of puhlic
education, has ordered an Investigation Into the uftuation which probably
will determine the government's ulti
mate attitude. The decision Of the
teacher*' union. ^^^^^^^^^^^
members, io tesl in the courts thi
mill of the chinch to Interfere with
i      Mrs   \\'i 1- li. who was atlendim   I le.
| rally of the Ladies of the Ma
I In   Bellingham
this i It)
i,,..  now  returne i  I
To   Form  Commission.
Tim bill will be submitted to t-e
federal house at Its next pitting, and
If tt goes thi ough will place the w��
ters of  Burrard  inlet, Vancouver bai-.
hor. English Hay, False nreeli and ��
large part of the Norlh Ann of tbe
Fraser in the hands of a commission
chosen by the cities of Vancouvei and
North Vancouver, and the municipal
Hies of South Vancouvei. Hinnnby.
North   Vancouver  and   Poinl   Grey
This commission would have power
to make all necessary regulation! for
shipping In the waterways coming
under its authority, and all worln of
Importance   for   their   Improvemenl
would be  under Its control,
Westminster Not Represented.
Inasmuch as the North Arm. wbicb
the committee is endeavoring to bave
Included in the waterways lo come
under the scope of the commission Ir
one of the means of egr&BS to tliii*
port, there is a genera! feeling In
this .Hy thai New Westminster
should have been represented upon
the board appointed to draw up tb**
draft bill, Thai other cities and
iiiuiiii Ipalilli e he.ni,i have attempted
io get control ei om- or the avenues
Into this porl withoul consulting the
annua Hies hei ���. i i egarded as i athei
cool, ami ii U- probable thai repre��ea��
laii'uis to iliis effeel will be made
in the neai future by the board of
trade. Thai New Westminstei might
i.e Inclined to take umbrage al the
way   iu   which     she   had     been   disi<<-
n eh 'i wa i pointed oul al the meefr
lng of the harbor committee last week
by i". Mayoi   BUSCOmbO Of  Vancouvei-;
his   11 ie ei I  i,   how ey n .   dill   Uol   inlln-
ence the course of the committee.
The committee appointed  to drafl
the proposed  bill  Is ns follows.   Mayor
DouglaB,    Vancouvi i .    Reeve Byrne,
Burnaby:   Reeve   round.  Bouth   Van
. couver;  Reeve McNaught, Nortb Van
"       i couver;  Reeve    Home,    Polnl Qrey;
\ii     McNelsh,    North    Vancouver;
j Presldehl     ll Win,     Norlh     Vancouver
l boai d of trade.
WINS CASE AGAINSI
RAILWAY COMPANY
SUNDAY  CONCERTS.
s
II. Shannon Gets Damages For Injury to Horse
-Important Ruling.
An unusual incident marked the
conclusion of the long standing litigation between B. H- Shannon of Cloverdale and the V. V. ft E Railway
Company In the county coun yesterday   when   the  Jury   returned.   Bnfllng
^^^^^^_    .the defendant company guilty pi "';li
comprlsing  100,  ilgence In the construction and main-
 '���  """tetiam f    the   fences    along   theii
right   of   way.   and   placing   tl"-
New  Westminster  Orchestra  Will  Arrange for Series During Winter.
Tin- success of the Sunday evening
concerl al the Opera House has decided the New Westmlnstei- Orelies-
llal Society lo continue 1he seilen.
and the second concert will he held
on Sunday evening nexl. A program
of Orchestral numbers will be triv
dered und several vocal numbers wi"
also be given by local talent The
objeel of the concerts is noi to make
money, thf. voluntary collection b��.|nR
merely to eov<-r   expenses,   but   to
brittg together the musical talent of
the city Over Thu persons attended
the  first  concert.
the
dam-
amount
the public schools will be followed Dy iage8   llt    more    than
damage suits Instituted by thi tho!   ,., d b) the Pontiff-
.    .       *, 1  ._���. v.�����i,_, 1     jlls ||,,no.  Judge llowny.ann
of   the   interdicted   text   hooks.
The   catechism   Is   being   lev ised   fOl
the purpose of teaching thai  U  Is ���'
reliegiOUS   duty   tO   vote   foi    the   candidate who is pledged to defend churcn
interests.
COTTON CHOP FALLS
OFF 1,179,260 BALES
UlflK    wui    ...-   Hirer
��� - 3n-'though little legislation in this mreo
llr. squab,   aj*  tnousu fh.  b... ,fl
,d  the  council   ^>   ^^ .tri.an,,0.Canadian   trade
'.--.           _ ........   _ a  ���.,....  rv,^,rliuiri
Kin al
WILL   USE   STEEL   PIPE.
Draft of  Water  System  Considered Last  Evening.
QdOrge II. Cowan, M, P., Of Vancouver', representing the municipality
of Rich mond i and Reeve Bridge and
Councillor Trites of that municipality, met the mayor and aldermen of
N'ew Westminster, nlong wllh City
Solicitor McQuarrie, at short conference before the regular meeting of
city council last evening.
l,>     the     120,000
n* men m Urlttah Colum-
���������������������<���*���'!
market,   committee
to act ln the matter
Raised Their Sables
The salary of
ness of the boar
��v,n i treaty    The possibility of the medium
���ing imposed on Canadian -
France is put on more tavotaWe wr
iit relations with Canada than is ��������
[Jutted States will cause serious w��
V scattering of members on noi"
sides will press the government to re
talitit.e. thp
The Canadian banking act and '
insurance act will be stiffened in tne
direci ion of better security.
Miss Pauline Johnson, the celebrated Mohawk poetess ami eiocu
_____ and Miss Avlna Munn. J^
well-known local singer, will be ����
If of
sid. ration decided thai he could not
accept the verdict and Instructed the
jury to retire and reconsider,    With
OUt leaving the jury box they decided
to  reduce  the damages awarded  to
the amount of the claim, $210, composed of $ 1 r.efj damages to the value of
a mare and p:n for medical expens.-'s
tn connection.
Jurors Claimed Exemption.
The empanelling of the Jury was
not ns devoid of Interest as these
proceedings usually are, a diversion
being caused by the claims for exemption advanced by two of the jurymen called. K, I. Webber objected
to being empanelled on the grounds
of being an active mernher of the
mllltin. Sheriff Armstrong stated
that he had not been furnished with
a  list  of  the   militia this  year   and
.^.^l^l^le^-^-l
The final draft of tbe agreement in & ..^ 0_ lne II1Jlllla ._.._, ,__. _
regard to the joint water system was ^^ ^ exemption be not S���ntea
...i���i��*���j   h��  hid   inwvers  and   was   judgp Howay granted the exemption
ruling that the act was clear on this
submitted by the lawyers and wns
read over by the representatives ot
the city and the municipality, lt was
not signed, however, several minor
details requiring attention before tne
deal  can be finally  closed.
A proposal to use wooden pipe in
place of p*eel on certain sections oi
the work jvas considered, but was
turned down. Steel pipe will be usea
throughout.
Census   Bureau   at   Washington   Issuw
Rpport   for   Year   Ending   November  1, 1909.
Washington. Nov. 8��� Tbe census
bureau issued today a report showing
that 7,012,317 hales of cotton, counting round bales as balf bales, bad
been ginned from the growth of 1909,
to November 1. as compared with
8,191,677  hales for  11108.
Round bales included this year are
i'i<i.'.'..",. compared   ��*ith   14<*.8���� for
1 ."ix.     Sea     Island   64,362    compared
with 46,479 for *908.
The report shows the following
comparison of cotton ginned in Oklahoma and Texas up to November 1.
compared with the same date in 1908.
Oklahoma. 1909, 412...18; 1908, 217.-
629. Texas, 1909, 1,918,477; 190*.
2,502,802.
rheir  S.3 ��'���'����� vvell-Knuw��   ����.��.  ��.uo��=.,   _----   -      .
,-mdent Fur-  chief attraction at the concert to ne
' Sup       .was raised ! Zm by the Athletic association o
.d ot worus^^lg'^^     ���      at st gorge's hall
(Continued on  P'^1-
_4-).
thiB evening
rilling    Lllai     mer   c-v -     ..vm.	
point, adding that while he realized j
the position of the sheriff, the refusal i
of exemption might give cause for a
new trial. W. J. Walker claimed
exemption as an official of the provincial government, Judge of the assessment appeal court.     Judge How-
(Continued on Page Three).
Mrs. Robinson  Escapes' Noose.
Ottawa, Nov. 8.���The cabinet council   today   decided  to  recommend  to
House Blown Dovvn by Gale.
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 8.-Dnrlng the
row escapes. '
Liberal Committee Rooms.
Alderman J. J. Johnston's
committee rooms are established at the Daily News block,
opposite the Carnegie Library.
Telephone No. G05.
Committees meet every evening at 8 o'clock.
The Liberal party desires
that every one opposed to tbe
"wild and unconsidered" rail'
way policy of the government
will rally round and make tke
roeme their headquarters.
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WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   REeNT. LOST. FOUND. FEAL   ES_ATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it. he would not se     any.      Ycu   "-us* tell the people what you have to sell, why they shou'd
thing of the value you offer then-e in  return for their money.      Too many cf us  have  got  the habit of think-- _se  we  have been a  lona time   in   tusiness   everyone  rruit of -  ase -,   you
t-W-m _.         ... _____ ��r  n cess.'y   know
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WANTED.
WANTED���B( IEPER.  APPLY
P. 0 tminster.
WANTED���A  GENERAL   SERVANT
thr, H.  M-
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WAI J    PANESE    BOY
who
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dress ��
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FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���SECOND  HAND PIANO
In fine i
In;   i I;    Ii.
N ewi   *
FO I  SALE���C P     tETORT   :
ell heater,
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or coal.     Bi Dail
ARCHITECTS.
GROCERY.
PIANO  TUNING.
REAL   ESTATE.
tOPERTY
'     'ei      W
P. O. Box 9 12, N
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery  Block.
IN 0. w.  SAIT, ARCHITECT���
��� Block.    Telephone
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
v. ESTMINSTER CARRIAG1
R.    J.    McNeil.      Over    7".    Oven
��� U n Eighth si
r :       '. paint-
Si      All  wor;:   gu
-.    VALLE   IN  GRO- PIANOS AND ORGAN8 TUNED AND
Tire Pure Food repaired        your local tuner W  E
1   :'x  -11' o,     city.      A  line
���              ���-��� will bring
'.
LAND   SURVEYOR,
DRAPER.   B.   C.   LAND   BUR-
lock, New    West-
ster, B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING
and Waists. T28
.'. !   DP    -"       FOR
irt  tu        '      The
. S   A N D I
Fashion   S:a-
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
iKSLEY'S RE        POSI
e    at M    M
Stal   '        ~ -;   ' ��� n's'cl-
I      i. F. Ma |rug store
and "The  Fair. '  Co!.. -et.
PROFESSIONAL.
WANTED���GOOD    LOT    IN     ���
minsiei ;  ran  pay $75 to 1
balai       or,
cular to  II. I' J5j    V
WHITE, SHILES  <* CO.
��� ������ nce Agenl
od   ���    urban   property,
���26"
HALE BROS. & CO.. LTD.. HEAL ES-
ind  insurance.  Phono  335.  186
Columbia street, P. O. draw- r 100.
FOUND.
FOUND���NEAR C. P. R. DEPOT   AN
over can I
pro. In -   property    and   i        .   '
thi r     :  ��� n!       Api ly  Gilley
Bros. 257-3
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���TWO GOOD BEDROOMS
Apply 205 I
TO    RENT���A     Fl - BED
room for si;.
comfoi ts.      Appl;-     510 Ro;
nue. - 5   :'
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. II. Hrown. manager, P. 0. Box
556,  phone  334.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin i. phone 198. P. O. Box 874.
Ri ��� ��� -late and ins'irance Money
to  lrJan.   714   Colum: ia street.
MARSHALL      SINCLAIR.      INSUR-
ance. real estate, etc., h located for
the present a-, the office of the S<o-
tlers' Association, Begl ���- street, op-
Ite Windsor Hotel
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
MRS.  J. A.  STANDISH,  AN  EXPER-
lenced Bi d
open Iressmak
In   Room  14,  Smith  ..loo.   62
ia  stre t.    a  " rial requi
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 24b Columbia s-:
phone R27V    The  place  where
dirt and dust is removed from I
:.  re���not pressed in.   Goods call   .
for and deliv ired,
MACHINE   WORKS.
TIIE SCHAAKE  MACHINE  WORKS,
eet,    New   V\ ���   t-
minster.     Man       ���--.--,
- v,    ad    t ��� 111 machii ery,
Mill   planta   and  specifications   prepared.
I
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY    TO     LOAN���1    AM    PRE-
pared    to  advance    money  to  any
amount   on     city     property  or   for
ie-   | irpos   i.  Apply  Dr. A.  D.
Buchanan. P. O, New Westminster.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in e^ectucal machinery,
fixtures and snpplb s, house wiring
armature wiring, n.otor repal
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Boi 928.
WHITESIDE &  EDMONDS. BARRIS-
��� to and solii i'or- Wesimlnsti r
Trust Block, Colum treel N- w
W i Btmlnsti r.    w. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLER & Met.CARRIE
IF. C. Wad'-, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G.   McQuarrie),     Solicitors,   Harris-
��� rs, etc.,  42 Lome  street, opposite
courthi New-      Westminster,
tPhone    lin.      Vancouver    ofiB
Rooms   20   and   21,   William?   I
inc.  113 Gr i ���, io   street, conn    ol
Hastings street.
SECOND-HAND     -
WE   BUY
and   all   I
I good
:oe.
STENOGRAPHY    (_    TYPEVi
FREEMAN
i
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Qgaj
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
Ii. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. J AS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmentiil tombstones, building
-���.one, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Co'.umhia street,  New Westminster.
GEORGE F. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster.   R.  C.
FISH    AND   GAME.
TO  RENT���LARGE    DOUBLE   BED-
roon    suitable for I wo gem
reasonable ti ���. -   Royi
246-12
It.  T.  PRINCE,    AUDITOR AND AC-  BENSON  &   AYLiNG.  FISH,  FRUIT,
countant      Audits  made.    Systems      Game   Vegeta   les, etc.      Begbie st.,
the Hall Safe     Q\ ������   Wind toi   :i  ���������',	
Co.     Room   0,  Westminster    Trust ! ^=_=^^������������������ ������
NURSERY.
iTHE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES.
Ltd., Burnal y .Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
P.  O.   Box   7'...",.
FURIVTURE
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING.
CHIM -     EEPING    o;-,
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel.
"Iw.    E.    FALES.    THE    FURNITURE
H. .1. A.  BURNETT, AUDITOR AND]    Dealer. U] -rani Und r    ker
Accountant.    Tel. R lo.    Room "���      corner Aegnes and McKenzie streets.
Westminster Trust  Block. ne 17.;, night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
!    HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and Sanltas;
house  painting,   kalsomining,   paper
nging    and     decorating.      Sixtn
street.  New   Westminster.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
b-af ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. OW
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 nea's for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night      Opposite tram oflice.
IM
ettei
lumleiti street.     P ���
THEATRE"
CRYSTAL   THI  _
bia    street
pictures;   illustrati
ous attr   tl as
Monday, Wednesday a:
THE  EDISON THE."I
Columbia   and  Elj
moving   pi ' .:���
Program charted  .'���'.
lay and Friday.
TAVLORS.
GALVIN,  LADIES'  AND  MEN'S TAl
loring.     A new 1
ing just in.     Butl b\
ing and repairing. gn
block.    Entrance    ���_ ,J
and 264 Clarkson sv    ;     -> R5(
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOOD^OKh.
Co., bank, office an I    I -I
cabinet,  Btair,    sl mantel
and detail work.    Desi)      and
mates  furnished.    J.  Bre
prletor.      Work-:   Coi
and car line.    P. O. I   . .
473.
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF     THE
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
', ���In      ro
spon
tlal  n the elei
the ('er:- ..I New V.
me i'
oralty, In view of the extensive public In     -      ents l ow  In band
proi osed foi   tl     coi year, 1 feel
it in.- ���        cede to 1 be  '���'��� ���
of the ��� ;��� ctoi b In thi   pi emi i :
will therefore offei   myself as a c ���'
illiiy-    it tbe fori Ing elections.
As previously announced, it was
my Intention to withdraw from civic
politics at. the end of the presen'
eterm, b il the urgent wish ol so many
of thi . ��� ctors thai I should continue
in offlce mtli the improvement program, with which I am familiar in
every detail, le carrii d oul compels
me to bow to their wishes, and again
seek your suffrages.
If elected I pledge myself to devote
my very best energies toward pro
tectlng the welfare oi the city, to
maintain the principles ol civic governmenl and lii every other possible
way advance tbe interests of our
city
Tlianking   you.   ladies   and gentlemen, for your generous support in the
past, and  respectfully soliciting your
votes and Influence, 1 am,
Yours very Incerely,
W. H.  KEARY.
New    Westminster,    H. C., Nov.  4,
ISO'J.
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
indies and Gentlemen,���
At ih<- request Of a very large number ol citizens I consented to allow
my name to be submitted to the people for i ti'-iI support a.s Mayor ol
New Westminster tor the yar 1910.
Having consented to do so. I deem
it my duty to place in ton- the electorate the leasons for my Candidature.
Modi of the Citizens are aware of
the strenuous client that has been
put forth during the past year to protect the Water Supply Of our fair
'���ity from contamination and for
chic  control   Of   tbe   watershed.
This effort was forced upon the
city in consequence of an application
by the Vanoouver rower company to
erect an hydraulic filled dam 7.", feel
high on Coquitlam Lake from whence
New Westminster obtains its water
Kupply.
The erection Of this Dam would
cause the water to overflow a large
area of hind covered with decaying;
vegetation,   trees,    dead   wood,     etc.,
which in the estimation of a number
of our reputable citizens and in the
opinion    of    competent    engineers,
would   have  a   damaging  effect   upon
(be  purity  of  the  water,  and  might
prejudice    our    control  of the water;
system.
It is not my intention in this ad-
dresR to go Into the details of the
fight made lo protect our interests
as these have   already   been   placed
u.  but in  o:d<-r  thai   i
., jj have kno
i   |
��� v  ballol   I   will   stal     b ���
��� ,- on   1 Wi stmlnsti i    -   -
���   City of New  Westmin   ���
:    ��� daj  ���    Januai    of thl
I   thi   '��� Uo   li      indi puted
���   ���  e   -���   ter of an I in th - lan      u -
rounding Coquitlam lake:
���   e    .\   right,    by     pure!. -.-
$20,  from  the    Coquitlam    Wati r
Works  company,   to   take  so    ���
water  as  it   required   fo    municipal
purposi
ibi    A   righl   to  a    further
inches of water for any purpose.
(c) A granl by order in council of
thc Dominion government of a belt
of land one-half mile wide surrounding Coquitlam Lake, and a reserve of
the timber on the watershed of Co-
qultlam^ake granted by orner In
council for the purpose jf protectii -
o.:   wnter supply.
You will observe therefor*, . we
had a splendid supply of watei' and
t ��� a., appearances were amply nro-
te 'ted
The effect of the application of the
\ am ouver Power comp: hat" been
to Jeonaidlze all these rights of th
city on Coqultlam Lake and through
some inexplicable circumstances, propel precautions were not taken to
make our position unassailable and
fully   protect   our   interests.
We find that by order In council
dated September 9th, 1909, it has
been declared that the works of the
' orporation of the City of New Westminster in connection with its Water
supply on Coqultlam lake have never
been duly authorized, and It has no
right to take the water of Coquitlam
Lake or river. Hy tbe same order in
' council the timber reserve has been
withdrawn and logging operations are
practically permitted on this beautiful
lake, the pure and natural water supply for the domestic use of all this
'listrict. Surely, Ladles and Gentlemen, this condition shall not be allowed to exist without every effort
possible being made to reinstate New
Westminster In undisputed ownership of Its water Bupply and absolute
control of the sanitary conditions
around  the lake.
The safety of the proposed dam is
a matter of the utmost importance
and I take the position that no authority to build lt should be granted
until undisputed evidence of its absolute safety be given by competent
independent authority, uninfluenced
one way or the other by local prejudices.
The purity of the city's water supply affects the health and perhaps
the lives of every man, woman and
child in the city und no effort should
be considered too great to preserve
and maintain that water supply pure.
While the water question is the is- j
sue   upon   which   I   make   my   appeal
for your support in the forthcoming
election   there  are  other  matters    of
vital   interest  and   Importance.
New Westminster is today attract-;
ing the attention of capitalists, Investors and homeseekers and all are interested and influenced by civic progress  and  Improvement  upon  which
1    our     lu-
: ���    perlty.
I appeal to you  I i i ip]
a polh-y for i      ie
alleyway.-.;    pi walks;    a
fair arnl  equitabli   a
and   , ������ civic
-; impi ovei enl ol iarks;
���
civic  policy,  franchises or  any  i
Important   transaction   li
city   is  a   part;     tie.,   administration
ot   ei. Ic  govi i nment   for  the   pi ople
and   the   literal   and   straightforward
execution of the laws on the statute;
no persecution, but a vigorous prosecution of all offenders.
I stand for progress, a clean City
and the administration of the city's
affairs in the interest of the whole
public and not for private advantage.
It is my firm conviction thai our
public men should not be in any way
connected with corporations or companies doing business with the city
that they may be free agents in protecting the city's interest.
Trusting that you will with >'"ur
vote and Influence return me axfyour
Mayor for the year 1010, I am.
Your  obedlant  servant,
JOHN A. LEE.
ton  or    Bome    other    polnl    on   '   ���
i :   >
Dated     I   I       CH     ol     V i couver,
.    i      -     Bril
!  day of Oci   b       A.  D . 1909.
MARTIN, CRAIG,  BOURNE  &   HAV.
145 Granville St., Vai B.C
Solicitors for the Vancouver, West-
249
n it iter  &   Yukon   Rallwi ���   Con :
TURKEY JOINS IN
P.
&C0
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
WARSHIP MARATHON
Will      Spend     $100,000,000   in     Good
Money   on   U^oroductive
Junk.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby  given thai  an application will  be made    by  the  Vancouver,    Westminster & Yukon  Railway  Company  to  the  Parliament of
Canada at its next session for an act
to extend  the  time    for commencing
the  construction  of  the  line  of    the
company's      railway,    authorized    by
Chapter  87  of  the   Statutes  ot   1901,
until the lath day of May, 1912; and
to extend   the  time   for  flniHhiiiy  and
Iputting the said line In operation until  the  15th  day of    May,  1915;   and
also to change the route of that  part
of the line of the company's railway
authorized   hy   Section   7  of  the  said
act,   which  runs  from  Squamlsh   valley to Hazeiton, or some other point
on  the  Skeena river  from  the route
authorized by the said section of the
said act, to a route described as follows:      Commencing from a point at
|or near    the    city  of    Vancouver or
I some  other convenient   point   on  the
jshore  of  Burrard   Inlet  to a  point   at
lor near the city of New Westminster
��� in  the  province  of  Rrltlsh  Columbia
tsuch  line of railway  being  in   addition   to  the  line  of  railway  between
the  said  points   which   is  authorized
by  the company's  act of    Incorporation J, and from the said poim  at or
near the city of New Westminster to
the south side    of    the Fraser river,
thence  by  the    most    feasible  route
through    New    Westminster  District
and  in an easterly  and northerly direction through the districts of Yale,
Lillooet   and   Cariboo   to  a  point  on
tbe branch line from Willow river to
Edmonton authorized by Chapter 178,
of the Statutes    of    1906 al  oi   near'
Tete Jaune Cache;  tbence northwest-
terly following the line of railway au
thorized by Chapter 176, of the Statutes of Ifififi, along the South Fork of,
tbe  Fraser  river  to   a   point   In; ween'
Fort George and Fort McLeod; tlience j
by the most feasible route to Hazel-j
Washington, Nov. 8.���The Turkish
ministry will urge upon the Ottoman
pai'lament soon after it reconvenes,
No mber 15, the adoption of a naval
pn ram, providing for the expendl-
tui ��� within the next seven years of
$li 1,000,000. According to this I>ro-
gr,-in seven battleships of the Dreadnought type would be constructed,
together with a number of torpedo
dest:oyers and one  hospital  ship.
For the next, fiscal year an appropriation of $12,000,000, to begin the
construction of two of the proposed
warships will be asked. In order to
carry out this building program it
probably would be necessary to negotiate further loans, in addition to the
one closed this fall,
The decision of the ministry is said
to be ln keeping with the general attitude of the people. Contributions I
to a public fund for the construction
of the battleBhips are said to be pouting in by the thousands.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
*****
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STRANGLES   HIMSELF
WITH   SILK   HANDKERCHIEF
Vancouver, Nov. R._ Despondent
and brooding over his loss of a position as interpreter with the American
legation at Shanghai, China Hugo
Webber, aged forty, this morning
committed suicide in his room at 137
Cordova street easl hy hanging from
the bedpost.
When Webber failed to respond to
repeated knocks at his door ahout.
; noon, the door was forced. He was
found fully dressed and in a reclining
position against the head of the bed,
his purple features frightening those'
who first went into the room. Tbe
police were Instantly notified it
was found that Webber had delibei-
ately strangled himself, as il would
have been impossible for blm to have
held up his body. Two handkerchiefs
of line Chinese silk were twisted into
a strong cord and one end was tied
tightly around the man's neck and
the other was tied to the bedpost
Webber went to th, locking-house
about two weeks ago and fretted Continually over loss of his position with
the legation which paid ?l'ii(i a month.
He told those he made friends with
that he had a wife .and child at Salmon Arm, where he was for a while
ln the frultstore business. He was a
nativeof Switzerland.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how It is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it is to purchase the P��or'
er kind. We can point w
buildings bui't with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some otber9
that need repairs all Uie tlme
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
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ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS
nu N0VEMBEfi 9.  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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1 SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMfc-
STEAD  REGULATIONS.
���'���'-��� ��� Dominion Lamls With.
|k the ra |n Britl&h Colum
! ���"��� ���    ���        ��� oli'd uy auy per
f head oi a family
;:-: L8 years ot age, io
, y* tx:':-' quarter  section  of
Pwres, more or less.
I  -:- :��� mui        made personally at
I;' Ree for ths district
Ekwhich th<       i is situate.     Kntry
I ��� ':' ll iwever,  __ made on
���win   eondltlona    by    the    tai her,
, W��er, son, |   ighter, brother or Bis-
woi an Intending homesteader.
.lte,! ��� r is required to per-
J��� '-��� - is connected Uwre-
*u under   . u ���   ot    the    following
flans:
. . ' il Blx months' residence
1 ; lon of the  land on
* ���"���'������ yeare.
, " e ,,,- mother, if tne ,
���   of th,. homesteader i
;. a in the vicinity ot
_ .   ' r, th,- requirements |
��� -   be satisfied  by:
' With   the  father
s . ���   ���
r has his permanent
Ing   hmd  owned
,.   . -of  his  Home-
���   to resid mce
r. resid -nee   upon
In writing should
lissloner of Do-
to, ot of intention
C
righU  may   he
I   ot    'wenty-on^ ''
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NOTICE  RE  LULU  ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of tiie old twldga is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the puhlic generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over it
Persons continuing to do so after
tl is notice must take all the risks oa
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cleric
City Hall, N'ew Westminster, Jniy
23rd. 1909.
4:>-vl^
AUCTION SAI I OT TIMBER
BERTH COVERING DOMINION
LANDS.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't  a  Savings Account,
Now is the best time to start one.
Ihe Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Paid up $ 4.700.000
Restrve Fund      5,400,000
Total  Assets 55,000,000
New  Westminster,  B   C.  Branch,
F.   SHUTE    Manager.
rents] of $1  pet
than   2560   acres
to one individual  or'
It/^.V     A ro^'a!rv  a'- the rate of
tt - '     shall he collected
" co ,1 mined.
B.- ���   ���, .. W. W. CORY.
��B   i ''��� Of the Interior.
thl/;, publication   of
s ad-t~- puoncation    or
���    *"���     ' will    not be paid
Ii. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
AUDITS     MADE,     BOOKS    O^    ACCOUNTS     OPENED  ON   APPROVED
SYSTEMS
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT   FOR  THE   HALL SAFE  CO.
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. O.  BOX 795.
The righl  to ��� ul  timbi i    undi >   II
ci use on berth   No    -'��� ���'���". compi
ihe  following  land i  In  tin   ���""" '"" ���
o| itiiii-.ii ilolumbia, wil be offi  ��� tl  "
public  auction  al   the  upBel   prii i   ";
��� .-,.. un.  which   ini ludi i Hi I   ol
, j, ;,i | o'i loi i- p ui "0 Wedin B
daj the i Ith ol January, 1910, al tin
office of the Dominion timbei ag< nl
ni New Wi Btmlnstei
Timbei bei th No '������ 10, Bltuati In thi
Province of Bi itish Columbl i, mtl
comprising thi northwesl quarti i ol
Bectlon 26, the Northi asl quartei of
Bection 28, the Northi n<i quarti i ol
Section 17, tlie i asl half ol Bei tlon
35, mni all of Bei tion 18 In Township
12, easl  of the Coasl   Meridian, i on
taining an i I  I ���'" acres, mon
oi less, us shown on plan ol bui'������ ���
thereof signed by J n Brownlee, D.
I, _ . dated the 6th ol May, 1909, and
o| ,,-,, ni in the timber, grazing and
Irrigation branch oi the departmi nl
oi  the Interim
A  licence will  not  be Issued   ���
f,,n amount of the pun base |
,i  ,; iund    rental r">   the Qrsl
h i, i e bei ii paid,
���i.,.. cm || '-   p e m nt, rate '���'
ire (ontalned In lhi
ber regulatloi ������   i i opj of which tn i
he secured on applh ition to thi
derslgned     ������      > crown  tl	
igent at New Westmins
p i,   KBYRS,
getretary
Department of th   ii
October 20,  19   '
I   'htllllB ... .... f   '������"'
lt,u _'  i iv.,,   \nnual ' f.
i in i     i iv. ii  Annual ' ""
Chatterbox ,    >r.
JUST ARRIVED AT
| MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
r,r,"  Columbia Street.
!
Supply liinit.e-.,| Cotne and
see our fine (lispla/ '.f tnyc q,,.|
China on second flool ll wlll
please you.
ins lose Aii
Railway Company
it'RING     LAMB.     CHOICE     MEA IS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT TMK
Central Meal Market
,'Wrn��r Right* Rt. *nH    WltlM A��enrf��
phone tm
���OWELL A OODr. Proorlstees.
UNO REGISTRY  ACT.
1'iartp'r'' 'lf -* the southwest
N'a* We��Li   :'1,,n  M-  Ownship   16,
wC District
kltt ... ' ���>' tha- loss of certl
In ���-, .. ' Number 12.179F. issued
^'ir ha, r '    Robert Flemln* Sey-
NoCl,bKeec   :-l  la this office.
,- .        �� Hereby gi^n that I shall.
th* Wn!' .uof on* m��nt-b 'mm
of' '"i a rhii flr,r' Publication -***���
^ City ^ v W,pR**r Published In
M,1��licar" J Westminster. Issue
y In the I th,�� M* certificate, un-
��* made tr. 'antlmp va.llrt objection
'�� mr-. in writing
D,,. C. S. KETTH.
^(i R.i..   R^��rar of Titles.
""'ster B? V    0fflcft-  N��w   West,
���' ��Ctob�� 11, 1309.  242-26
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc'ae. for La��lfc�� tmm ��l3-^5
aP3IHer Watches.    _***   ��PHn ftWI
���"aSVer Watch**,  I-* ��*   <���"'
"J��T   for    Walto,,.   m     m*
Watchvrs. ...
Watch repairing x ip��alBlW.
F. CRAKE
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CMIA0V/IN
PACIFIC
CANADIAN PAIJMI,
BX. CoastSS. Sailings'
SKATE
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Vic.toria--nnily at 1:30 pm.
.o Alaska���November 22. ll pm
To   Queen   Charlotte   Island���Nov
ambao ia.
To  Nanaimo,  nnion. Comos Tues-
day and Thursday at 2 p.m . vtdti-
day. tl p.m.
To Nanaimo���Dally at 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
r.i)oi>r Pwwer   rtver to GMllivaaK
ind way points���Steamer Braver
eaves Westminster at S a.m. on
Monday. Wednesday and Friday; i'i5'
nirniim, leaves Cbillivfaek at 7 a nv
111 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
for further particulars call or
dress
AT THE
ad-
or
ED. GOU1.WT. AKent,
Now Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vanoouver, B. C
PY1H1AN RINK
I,ndles purchasing skate tickets
flurlriR the month of November wi"
receive a ticket entitling them to a
chance on a gold watch. Drawing to
take place NOVEMBER 30, 1909.
POR FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739 FRONT 8T., WINDSOR  BLOCK.
(Continui I  from  Pag    On   ���
-,-. 1 ni. .1 ihai the obji ction ��� u nol
vand, elm 1 as a i".'..-" Mi '���' alki 1
could hoi he an oflli ei ol anj  :"
im.nt. 111 his Indi 111 nd tl dii
appeal
W, i!   McQuarrie appeared for lbp
prosecution  and  called  a   humbei   ol
���.. Ilnessea to  i" ot ������ thai  the rail ��� a
compan; waa responsible tor damages
to 11 mare 0* "���-'| bj Ml   Shannon.
Evltlence   As  to   Injuries.
A  1 etei Inai ���  Burgeon, Dr. BVi liinpr-
i.ni of Vefl-hcoUver, was called to prove
He..      iie j,e, I,   g      I,,      ^, ^ |,., ��� ,,,,,,   ���      |,,.,i,.
Al that lime he thoughl ii Impossible
im the animal to 1 1     I be mar��
" as well bred, hIhhii tour of HV|'
fears old.
Addlesslfts Hie Jury foi the prose
cutlon, Mr. McQuarrie subinitted that
ll wn^ the duty nf tlu- railwa; companj in build good fences and to
 Intaln the fence li was unreasonable to ei i"' I ii uii'ii i" keep hi��
in.1 sea oul of the Relds until the com-
p.,. 1. .i 11., fences 1 he prosecu-
don had shoWn thai the ffence was
nol In good '' pail and that as a "'
gull injur! - I id b n Inflicted on
th    mai    "���   iu   tion
.1   1    Bird  ol th<  "���,,, at McNeill e1--
Bird   "������ th     '    '  fi 1    Rail fraj and
... |gati ,.,  co    Btated    to tl     |ui,
that  the 1 ��    had  been  delayed
long ras impossible to v-t evi-
6 ' ������ for the flefehee H
that the fence whs a ckkI one within
the law, and asked the jeiry r���������
lleve that fhe rallw,-iy Was maintaining Its fences and cattle guards The
proseeotion had not shown that any
b��d ���"'.nrtitloTi of fhe fenee had heen
tirtiiicfit fo the attention of the company. And the witnesses deemed
the Condition bi the fence such ib-t
they did not hesitat.-. fo l*WVe tfipir
valuable animals in the ground.
.fudRp Howay, summing np, Savfl
the jury fhe legal definition of negligence, on which the ease depended.
It was for the jury to say whether
the railway had built the kind of a
fence that a reasonable man would
build, remembering that fences are
built for service, not as a bluff. There
was no conflicting evidence to weigh,
since the defendant had uo witnesses.
Then the Jury would have to decide
what damage, if any, had been done.
If the question came to one of damages, it should be the difference between the value of the mare before
and after the accident, plus any bills
Incurred in  connection therewith.
The Jury were out for thirty minutes, returning with a verdict of negligence on the part of the defendant
company in the construction of the
fence and an award for tho amount of
damages claimed, Judgment being
rendered accordingly.
STUDENTS WILL
III I 11 Illl HUH IHIS
The    Outrages    of    Halloween    Have
Aroused  Toronto  Men  and   They
Will Take Action.
roronto, Ndv. 8. Uhiversltj cite!'-*'
are stirred ns never before over ti>��-
outrages perpetrated by a section ot
the students luni* on tiallowe'en.
President Falconer's appeal to the
muss tneetlng edhvocated this tn��rn-
mu for Undergraduates' support fn
the suppression of the outrages winch
are sullyln.it the fair taine of the ""'
irerslty, has mei with the unqualified
support of the majority ol the stu-
dehts and every undergraduate s��-
clety to which appeal was made f"
only too ready to take till possible
stefis to "i'i the authorities
Resolutions 'if support of President
Falconer's proposal will be passed by
the   arious societies as soon as the;
can meet.     The literary and scientific society (if university College will
pass  a   drastic   resolution    on   Friday
night,      At  present  the Investigation
lhl    the  occurrence is  going on  bee-
hlnd  the    walls    of    the  president's
room,  and   there  ate  hopes  ol   secur-
|ng 11,,, ,,.,,,,,     || -,i leasl a half do��-
i|   th        concerned.     President
Falcom 1   says thai  those apprehended   ��� 111 be treated  with justice only
tempi 1 ed by the n 1 tai s  mercy.
CUTTERS   AND  TRIMMERS
ORGANIZE   UNION
Toronto, N'ov. S.���The local clothing differs and trimmers are to form
an indeiendent organization fre<��
from the control of the international
associa'ion. Fred Healy. president
of tne (nited Garment Workers ot
America, today was waited upon oy
a delegation of the cutters and trimmers and asked to form an independent local. There are 250 members
of the trade in Toronto. They claim
that their interests hnve been neglected by the International union.
Graft Investigation Collapses.
St. Catharines, Ont., Nov. 8.���The
civic Investigation into the allegation
of graft in connection with the paving
contracts, was closed this morning
by Judge Caman, no one appearing to
make the charge. Judge Caman said
he would make a report on the Investigation within a few days.
Hearing Adjourned.
Chatham, Ont., Nov. 8.-���Mrs. Mary
Humble, charged with blowing up Iw
husband's house in Harwich on the
morning of October 23, while RiunUe
and the family were asleep, waa arraigned this morning, but the be
was adjourned tor a week.
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TUESDAY, NOVEV = r-
ment   which
Times
he   did   sign?���Victoria
Pnbllshed by The Djlly .News P..
inp Compsny, Limit   i  at their offices
The Dally News Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A.
Position  of the  Province.
���   by that gua: mtee Is
ecisely thi
man  who i ndo -
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TUESDAY.   NOVEMBER   9.   1909.
STILL WILD AND RE.CKLESS.
The much di
tered  Into bel ween  Preml
aad   Hi    D.   D.   Mai  .   '
"the building of ,i  line i . .
i-i,nii. ct with
Radian Northi 11
pro\ im ���    ii om   If el .    -.-   '-������
the  City of Vancou
the l... ... | toria, stated that they
���_ i������   of thirty  mih ji offering      additional
Fork:    ip thi the I
lie   river,   air.
Penticton,  and   an from  1
ton  I.. Nicola,    But the P
his  henchman, , e
gaged   in   tourii
preai
vondi   ; .i   polii y  of d
be   undertake) G
if returned to powei ui e
iin.   going to ii  mann i ol n.U:-^
with the Canadian Noi thi.,, ���in
view tin- limitations .et the i ibli
agreement   do   not   appear   to   coun
for  much���but   they   promise   a   railway connection for almost everj place
they  touch  at.    In  facl  ti..- country
will  become, ai i u ding   to thi
ins  picture presented  bj   the  political twain,  a mass oi   ..'.    n     lng   railway  lines, a veritable n        ol
ways.    Such wild and reckless ���-'
ments and promises can only arousi
the  i . ipicion  ol   the  electors  as  to
Co-Operation of G. T. P.
...
nd
'acific   railway. Vic-
shf.
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branches into southern I I
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nd ai
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"...       Briti imbia
on thi   pat t of th    Provi
Is all that 1    neci to en
sure   railway   fai     tii meet  thi
growing  requirements of the country
beini   i urnished without anj  ���  ������
���Vancouver World.
-well we will call them
C. N.  R. in its  Favorite  Role.
Thi mi       '   i le    with    the
Britisl   Co govei urn en I  ley the
i      .dian  Northern  railway, which is
the issue in  thi   eli ctions now  :
lng   repret  nts  tl e high-watei
ol achieien ��� this corporation in
their favorite role of tapping govern-
the   veracity  and   good  faith   Of    thejnieo    foi .nce.    *    ��    ��
The guarantee applies  to the P'in-
I cipal as well ,.s to the Interest. There
lis. however,  nothing  exceptional    in
this. The Manitoba guarantees, which
form the  model  for all   the^e  bond-
guaranteeing   enterprises,   ale   guat-
:.������ es   .'i   principal.     If   they   w< re
nol   they  would   be of no   pa tii i
value  '     "     railway   company.    But
then are son <��� unique features in this
I ������     ie   i lolumbia arrangemenl '������
ite a  proegressive facilitj  on tl e
pari   of  the  Canadian   Northi   i
cials In handling provincial    govern-
i me  i.s    the  absen ������     ol   a
nite agreemenl       pn
������   ���       |      contrai       The ph
ide on  Mr.  McBride's  behalf
���   In   this   he   hi s bei
the precedent set bj Manitoba In 1901
��� ������ mi nl  has been  made    that
���  ���    I mitoha Leegislature In 190]    I
iti orlzed  the Manitoba  go ���
^^^^^^^^__] ; 'tit   to   make   a  contract   aln;���   c--r-
alarrrn'��� lines.    This  is quite  inaccurate,
menu   of  the  Premier,  n '   '  contracl bi ������ i   n the Pro li   ���
,   .      .. , I  nltoba .en.'  the Canadian Noi tl
11    IS
iis  filibustering  compan-1 part an,i parcel  ol chapter 39 of the
Manitoba
Conservative 	
eiithu.--ia.sts.
It  i.s quite easy  to  see that  thesi
reckless  promises  and   random   sta"-
ments are neither more nor less than
bribes to the electoral ,   As such
will receive as little value as Is their
due.   One cannol foi gel howevi r 'hat
thesi' men, who are so ready to barter  theii   I mi'' ii    :      a  fi ���'���'   l
votes,   an   the  very   men   who
been admlnisti i ing  the  affal
proi m. e,  and,   uni
the  reins    of governmi i
hands.    I llthei to tl
ent in the i e pro
the restraining inl. . .      of twi
sctenclo is  men
Fulton.     Bul   thesi       ho rifled
��� lng   that   the   Liberal   li
ssful 1    his efforts.
Little  Change   In  Situation.
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etain ii - i
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tive mi
ed to go b;
111, 1
...      ���     ���     president
-
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nstitui
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es of 1 - -
of    Sl
gainst i
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McBridi     ��� bave 1
to 1 '
ilivei
Stua
���     V.
feeling    In
rill be conl P
ii i   would  not   be at all
���   tion  daj   I -.���   bea I
nt govi ....
der :.-     ssltj     :  ai      ging   ������ ll b
indi     :.- -  '      esign  his s    i
in his favor.
The    Premii r     and    bis    fait' I
henchman   At!     u        neral   Bowsi
..   beei    ���        lng thei
'   ���   ippei  ' ��� mti y, although today tl
premier will prob eave for V
couver where he bas bei n subpoi ���
as a witness in the World libel c
On  Saturday they addressed  a
meeting at Cranbrook and wi   .   _
a good reception, but there ������-   - I
f.-st lack of i nthusiasm.      Botl
cussed  the railwaj   policy at   li
but confined their remarks mainl;
glittering    generalitj -     Ignoring  entirely the point of chief conci   i
early construction    .,:    thi   Ko iti i
Central.      McBride's talk wa
and consiliatory, while  Bowsi     D
a characteristic atta      upon the Dominion    government,   appealing especially to the anti-Mongolian    sympa-
The  Fair
I Columbia Street.
fi - i ish an i sell for the same
Lee's Emporium
NOTE.
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Impi
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on  I      il. T.  P.
Libei      .
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���o.
3
;i       -    addressed
���   ��� ��� _    nd the two i
: :���    railway
foi
Is 1 ' '      pro>
ned.
Fi rnii   is
��� ,   . thai probablj
��� er, th    Lib-
: .. ;  pros
if s gi '.-rally
.���  ��� .    thi   Somi '-.������  a  '
���
ol ���.,-..,.  are
.   .-;.  ��� tight   and
;. assisted
sa ff eel 11 ves
rall-
;������  ; olicy oi   b .. - - itisl ic-
Ith thi ari oul ~?r..ti-
st the .   ���. ernment. Tl ���
S tl    ughout this .-��� ction is that
���   ��� isl   !  : ��� ���   is  do  their  duty,
I see thi   end of the
government.      All    that Is
��� ��� ssary is for  initi lefl  rl
'.'.'���  are clearing out at specially
odd [ei- ci a of i ut iii' ire so as to
now dui
This will be an opportuniti , .
pii e.   . ��� f irnlture at less than ,
will  iho        i the goo
MANY GENUINE BARGAINS AMONG T
REDUCED
1
!
I    pPC   Furniture
NEW WESTMINSTER,
T7
Emporium
Block, Colun :.
sc'   ������     BM
PERSONAL.
"ERNEST .McD. SIDEBOTTOM,
alias Clifford. Ernesi McD Side-
bottom, who resided in or near Mc-
d from 190] to 1908, is wanted
his idvantagi ind eai nestly
urged to wril I : sister, Mary
I. Sidebottom, 14 Charlestown Road,
GI issop,  Derbyshire,  England."
Teri s
r
PUS^Z^i
baste   . nd
Bride  and         ^^^^^^^^
ion,  the    whil Gem
who   ���        i.' conn    Fii <fini
have  things   entin      in   thi ii     own
hands.
li is evident thai the newlj
Hedged guardian ol thi public treasury mi ���. to ha vi a real good time,
to pat it in colloquial terms. He is
bully engaged In making it known
that he intend deal  with the fi
nances of tbe coun tr;    a thi  good old
free and  easy. rift Btyle.    He
will have nothing ol the careful calculating methods of his predeci
eal*out his department. He wil) nol
accumulate funds t< produce reserves
surpluses. Thi record of Mr.
as Attorney-General is Buf-
notorious to enable everyone
at a sail- conclusion a.-. "'
likely   to   benefit   from   the
ove
arid
Bowsei
Ddently
to arrive
who are
nttnffieeOece and liberality which he
iutendK to pursue. But we have a
strong faith that ti,'- electors of British Colombia will see to it that his
opportunity for sqaundering the re>
���nreefl of tbe treasury oi which be
is jvf, now lu charge will bi Bhort-
lived.
AN  INJUSTICE
V.i- ho|>i-  the  efforl   that  is biing
madi;  by   Uk-   Leadei   ol   the  Liberal
party to secure fourteen days extern
sion fif   the date  for   polling  will   be
succcsifui.    Mr. Oliver, finding  thai
the voters lists will not tfe obtainable
from tin- King's printer for sonic days
has presented a petition to the Lieu-
tenant-Govi'inor  setting   out  circumstance?   find   praying   for   the  ext< n-
Kion  named.    The  lists  cannot possibly be ready In time for tbe nominations and to proceed  with the elections  without  these  lists  would  be  a
manifest Injustice to the (lectors.
statu'. -  ol   1901���the legislation  providing   foi   the    guarantee.
'I ;������ montage w,is i-m-'-ti .i subse-
quenl to the passage of the legislation, bul it uns, of course, governed
by the terms of the conn act which
had heen approved by the Leegislature.
The most  extraordinary feature of
the agreement is that the Province of
British  Columhia  lias  no  security  for
the contingent liability of J21.000.000
which it assumes beyond   a   general
promise   by   the   Canadian   Northern
thai   it   will   indemnify   the  Province J
Inst all  loss.    There  is no provi-j
sion  for a mortgage on  the line���fib- 1
viously there is no intention  to pro-
vide for such a mortgage.   Mr, Mann's j
generous offer to pledge thet receipts
of the entire Canadian  Northern sys- i
tern  to repay  any  money  which  the
Pro', ince may have to pay under this
guarantee,  is.   of  course,   subject   to
the prior obligations of the company
to   Its   mortgagees   and   bondholders.
The proposition  appears  to  be  that
if the f'anadlan Northern is not able
to pay Interest on Its British Columbia bonds the Province shall pay them
In which case the Canadian Northern
Railway will  repay these amounts  to
the Province.    This is a very peculiar
understanding Indeed; and lt Ib by no
means  remarkable  thai   leading Conservatives,   like   Sir   Charles   Hibbert
Tupper,  find   themselves     unable    to
give it their support���Manitoba Free |
Press.
Our Glove
Department
is replete in all line?, from the Canvas GI
at 3 for 25c to the Auto Gauntlet at $3.00 per
pair���all kinds, all prices.
How about one of those new Mufflers? In
all colors, 60c Just the thing for this stormy
weather.
^
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 i ach,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months.
This is good residential property
and convenient to tram.
East End, Sapperton.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban  Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and way
.stations   will   run  every halt
hour   from   6:50   a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. in.
J.ast car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for hoth Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City   Line:   r   -    ���
offlce on the hour
utes   after,   an I
after, comm. n Ing 2   a
Sapperton    Ln::     '. -   lea
at  ten  minute- att< r
half past and fifty mm .
the hour, commencing    I I
a. m.
Sunday service half-b uriyb
tween S:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
&     DROP OFF WHEN PASSU
and  po into  Kenny's and  treal YW'\
self to one of the mos-  Iua     is len-
der and juicy beefsteaks thai II w;lS ]
ever >uut  good forttin.. to Indulge to
With lt we will servi- you ���   ,,;l'
or wine, French frletl potal - -  some
petit pois" antl anv thi bii you mayI
Ho��
for
order at  a reasonable price
��� would steaks, or oysters suit you
tcday?
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP-
TRAM   OFFICE.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Court of Revision 0 fthe list of householders entitled to vote in the City of
Now Westminster will sit at the City
Hall ln the City of New Westminster
B. C. on Monday the 16th day November, 1909, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon,
Dated this 8th    day of    November
1009.
List   Your
Property   With   Us
Dr. A. D. Buchanan, formerly of New
Westminster, is with us, and handling
New Westminster property exclusively
Canadian   Financiers,   Ltd.
fi,9   rtr.A-.iw...-   ��� PHONE  4448
AS   OTHERS   SEE    IT.
Not in the Agreement.
Although the agreement with Mr.
Mann Ik di.tnb on the subject of a
firsi mortgage for the province on the
line subsidized 1n British Columbia,
On Premier declares tbfl.1 the ultimate contract will contain a first
mortgage, and il ll dues not he wlll
resign.
It this be true, and if Mr. .Mann was
ready to actually sign the contract,
as the Premier says lie was, why was
this provision  left out of the agree-
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Double corner, 130 feet on Twelfth
Street. For quick sale can be
bought for
$1100
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1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
T"
Pack five.
ORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
Special Purchase of
Ladies' Dornet Kimonas
Pretty  Floral   Patterns,   plain
band trimming.   On sale Tuesday
$2.85
SPORTING NEWS
Business  Talk
Phone 176.
J CUP HcCULLOGH       JEFFRIES TO TOUR
HAS ANOTHER ATTACH    WITH ROLLER ANT! GOTCH
Who   Induced    Calgary   to   He  -.yweight  Pugilist  Starts to   Make
for   Minto   Mug Now Money  But  Ma yRuIn  Chances
'- About Stanley Cup. For  Big   Fight.
Politicians know their
business.
The puhlic know their
business.
uinw our buslni ss.
See them.
Tne Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
1
Can Sec Now
than I ever Baw  before.    This  is often   the    remark
i satisfied customer.   This also may be your case
Mil imi   realize it    until   ymi   hav,-   ymir   eyes   properly
tii glasses, in correct the special defecl of each eye.
,'. KNOW the exact condition of your eyes withoul
,-OU  will   allow   us   to examine them.
..  . tar)   of  the
le nu,    v, bo     w;is
.-   for the challenge
aggn gallon   to   the
.  .- i i.y. is again
��� ' igh i ��� oul afti r another
ware, an    thi    iim,   it
cup.    li  appi ,i  .  thai
ii ue   the   i ali arj   la-
ll    itteuti m in the
, and  Mr.  McCul-
..   u capable
ie.,   tin   sl ei   lacrossi
Calgarlans mighl   jusi   as
'ui -. e Stanley cup ti o.
tor   tin    reputation   ol
���   I City, vei) few Calgarians
stock  in  Mr.  McCullogh's
I'ul  the)   ih, s ���    usplcions
aroused    i.e    tin    outside
.   e   lil      altitud    oi   Calgary,   while  excellent   fo    the   lungs,
Is  vei)   had  for the brains.
i- whai  the   Calg i .   Albertan
ttbo ii  it:
"Vi   ..   fi u   hocke)   enl liusiasts  will
laki   the above  statements  of  Manage)   MuCullogh   ver)   seriously.
In the summer he was Instrumental in getting a challenge si in in for
the Minto cup. Thai was feasibli .
H ii imi very advisable. The Stan-
cup proposition I ��� an entirel) differ! ni one. Of a large uumber of
prominenl hockey officials and players
whom the Albertan has asked their
opinions, not one. with the exception
ol Manager McCullogh, seems very
enthusiastic aboul the matter."
vi
from  .lai
tie,  Nov
i eei Ived
old
ee|'
si..      .- iblna
Jei ��� ���      Prank
oe        ���  the    country
elill    .      tO
Curb .
ad-
the
oi   iter,   w ho  is  now   al   his
Chii     .>. Dr, B. !���'. Rolli i
5 is in hook up wii ii an all-
n    composi  i  e.r    .lini
mei lir. Roller,
,   Jeffries
B
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c
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W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Apnes Street
The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer,   Undertaker
- -,,j _ CARPETS. OILCLOTHS imoia*,
ft
"2&S&...
Honest dealing has
kept this the Leading
Furniture House In the
city for nearly a quarter
of a century.
KLING   MAY   BE   OUT
OF GAME  FOR  FOUR YEARS
mi        Jack   Johns on   In   tin   i lng  to
sel      thai   little disputi   a \ to w hii h
ma        ��� :      . d to the tith   ol In av)
wi     il   fighter of the woi Id
1 I) writei a local i poi li _ editor
t li.i   i lie toui   . ad    .u        ��� .1 for
t) one-nighi stands reaching
fro Maine to I'L'i Ida and extending
i vest as Denver, taking  in all
the big cities. Tin plan is for Jef-
ni' in meet all comers wherever
permitted and n In n he cannol lind an
opponenl he will box with Sam Ber-
ger. Gotch will forfell $500 of his
own money to any wrestler who can
sta\- fifteen minutes with him and
Roller "ill pul In his time taking on
the smaller fry ami handicap matches.
Jeffries Will start on his tour Nov.
K, ;it New York cit). Qotch and
Roller are to wri stle once more for
the championship of the world al
Kansas City the night of the 16th,
and Immediately after that match
tin     will hurry east  to join Jeffries.
.h ffrles undoubtedly figures on
picking up a poi of money while on
the mad and in the meantime he will
try to flghl himself into condition to
meel Johnson. Bul thai one-nigh1
stand business is terribly hard on the
digi stion, and the tour may do Jeff
more harm than good.
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
en   Trust   Bldg.
W. F. TATE,
N'l-w  Westminster, B. U.
Ir. it-*��''��� ���'
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Chicago, Nov. 7.���Regarding the
reported plan of the Chicago National
li ag ie' management to 'urn John
Kling ovei to the Brooklyn club, B.
It. Johnson, of the National Commission says thai in the event Kling is
traded the club secui lng his sei \ io s
will be unable to pla) thi Btai catcher dm lng u period oi four years.
"I don't see how Kling can be
turned over to another club," said
Presldenl Johnson. "He is a player
��ho \ inl.iti d the terms of ins contracl b) failing to repoi i to the club
during an entire season, Toward the
days ol Beason I e plaj ed loi p
with a semi-professional team F
the time he refused to ri pori he laid
himself liable  to punishment.
Lipton Gives a Cup.
Chicago, Now 8.���-Sir Thomas Lipton has tendered to the Lake Michigan yachting Association a cup to be
raced for by all classes of yachts, under handicaps to be provided by
yachting committees. The prize will
be known as the Sir Thomas Lipton
special cup.
CITY     OF      NEW     WESTMINSTER.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Tenders are lir Iti d for tl rection
of a Refuse Di sti uetor, capacitj 50
'ons per dav. pian and profiles of
site, spe,>ifi,mi,,us and further particulars as prepared by the City Engineer, can be obtained on application to
the undersigned.
Tenders to be plainly marked on
the outside "Refuse l). Bti uctor," and
delivered by 5 p.m. of the 22n 1 day of
November, 1909, to
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wlllce 'Phone  18b.      Barn   Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly    to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
LEATHER GOODS
THE   LATEST  STYLES    IN    HAND    BAGS.    COLLAR   BAGS,   CUFF   BOX ES, CARD CASES. CARD
SETS, BILL  BOOKS, ETC.,    ETC.        SEE     OUR
WINDOW   DISPLAY.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
ST.  YVES   SHOWS   HEELS
TO   JOHN   D.   MARSH
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
Another LiDton Trot.hy.
Chicago, Nov. 7.���Sii T omi Lip
ton has tendi red to the' Lake Michigan Varhiip j Assi elation a cup to
h,. raced for by all classi - of yi
under handdicaps to be provided bj
yachting committi ��� i Tin pri; e will
be known as the Sir Thomas Lipton
spi clal cup.
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
The Royal Cafe
Sixth and Columbia Streets
LuncK 25c. Dinner 35c.
JOHN   CASH,   Prop.
Is Now a Referee.
Harry   Tidy,   who   has   heen   prominent   In  Intermediate football  circles
In the city, has r Ived notification
of his success in obtaining a "B" class
referee's ci rtiflcate at the receni i x-
aiuinaiions held in Vancouver. Hai ry
is now alter the "A" das.- certificate,
and proposes to referee senior games.
Spok 'iie. Nov. 8.���Henri St. Yv< s,
the lin. ��� French waiter, raced home
an eai j . \ Ictor over John l>. Marsh,
the Canadian, and the resi of the field
nl four in the Marathon i ace al Hi c
reatlon park yesterday afternoon. Sl
Yves was fully 500 yards, move th in
a lap and a half, in ihe' had al the
finish. llis time for the 20-mile
course, six laps to the mile, was
i :54:32 2-5, only two minutes Blower
ihan the race at Seattle three weeks
ago, also won by St. Yves.
The rare was run under the most
discouraging weather conditions, a
line drizzle falling steadily throughout. Promoter Tim McGratb Is
���something like $2000 to the bad on
the  venture.
Crazed by Religion.
Prince Albert, Nov. 8.���Mati Hall,
formerly of the Salvation Army, was
picked up on the streei this morning
suffering from a violent attack of religious lunacy, and locked in the cells
C--.i::l.::��:rA::r.:e)^-n-",-:r,::.^:^^:-V;e,-:.r;tt-^-i,--.,J-..::..-...::,.';..-::A:
(Correspondence
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New Grocery Store
NM COR. FIFTH AVE. AND EIGHTH ST.
Next to Bodwell & Oddy'a Butcher Shop.
A Very Choice Line of Groceries
a��� Provisions Will Be Kept in Stock
and invi'hr\nuk a" our old cu8t��mers for their patronage In the past
'htm and also new ones to give our new stoic a trusL	
DAVID ADAMS, Prop.
PHONE  583.
(The Dally News Is not responsible |
for the opinions of Itt correspondents.
Said Michael O'Doyle to Patrick Mc
Carty,
"What will Gifford do   for the laooi
party'.'
Dick  McBride  Is always stullln'.
But Tom Gifford, he'll say nolhln."
Said Pal McCarty to Michael O'Doyle,
"Tom'll do    as  Dick    Bays with  the
sons of toll.
You never will heal  bim, he's continually bluffln'.
He'll   do  as  he's  always  done,  von V
said It���Nothln'."
George Walsh was arrested last
evening charged with rolling a rancher in one of the down town hotels a
few days ago. Ue will appear before
the magistrate this morning and trj
to explain Where his friend's sixty
dollars disappeared to.
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS PITTING
TINSMITHING
Will Discontinue Stage.
W. W. Fisher, who has heen etideav.
ing to operate a stage between Sapperton and Fraser Mills, yesterday
informed the Dally News that he 'md
given up the service until such time
as the road is improved by the city
and government, its present condition being almost impassible. After a
while, when conditions have improved
if the residents of Fraser Mills so desire, Mr. Fisher will again operate a
stage line to that place. In the meantime he has arranged with the Fashion livery to make their premises
Ills headquarters for a four horse
heavy rig outfit, designed for the
conveying of parties through the
country.
It Pays
You
TO VISIT US WHEN IN NEED
OF A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.
WE HAVE HAD NEARLY THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
FITTING AND ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE
SATISFACTION AT PRICES
LOWER THAN OTHERS. WE
MAKE NO CHARGE FOR TESTING.
Mis   Majesty's   Theatre
Grand  Special   Attraction
TODAY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9
THE   PASSION   PLAY
Hand-colored dims showing the entire Life of Christ, together with
an Interesting lecture on same. The beautiful solo "The Holy City"
will he sung during everj performance. Ladies ami children especially invited to be present. All Sunday School Teachers and
Bcholars win (ind ihis Intensely instructing and Interesting.
Adults,   10c. No   Extra   Charge Children   5c.
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you   require  one?
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Vofe for Aid. Johnston
FOR   M.P.P.  ON   THE   25th I
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and defeat the "patchy, inadequate and specious'' railway policy of McBride, that will make the Province
liable for $45,000,000 for only 200 miles of railway in new territory.
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Vote for Alderman J. J. Johnston
and the preservation of British Columbia's natural resources.
Vote for Alderman J. J. Johnston
and the Land for the People.
Vote for Alderman J. J. Johnston
and the payment of fair wages to
white men.
Vote for Alderman J. J. Johnston
and the control of railway rates.
ALDERMAN  J. J. JOHNSTON.
Rlf,li.UiD CHOKER SAFETY OF FRANCE
HAS HAD ENOUGH LS PUJOli SCHOOL
Prefers   Horseracing   in   Ireland���Will    Premier Briand Counsels French  Peo-
Not  Again  Take   Leadershio of ple  Not to Be Tnpoed by Cler-
Tammany Hall. ical  Enemies.
.\'<-\v York. Nov. 8.���"No, sir. not
fm a million dollars. I'm through
with active politics, and nothing can
e ce me to reconsider by determination to keep in the backeground. I
hav, absolutely no commi nl to make
on the resull of the < lection," Richard Croker said, as he paced up and
down the reception room of the Democratic club ln Fifth avenue toda .
Mr. Croker had a bi ore oi callers
in the morning. Nearly all were
I ei ��� ��� - of tli<- Crokei "Old Guard,"
Tammany veterans, who had rough!
with the big chiel thi ig] nj
I aign.
"Oh, o thej have asked me to
. e back, b il 11 - no use. Thej
ahk'-d me nol to quit years ago when
I gave up er <   leftain.
"Thej   said  then  thai  ll ���
rn<-. Just as they have said  So sinee.
J       ���'   planned to go  back  to    the
othei     ���������::���       pring.     I'm going
to do all Die :���...��� ing i can, and hope
DEMAND RANSOM
FDR STOLEN JEWELS
Thieves  Who   Robbed   Madonna   Open
Negotiations   With   the   Monks,
Her Keepers.
Paris, Nov. 8.���M. Briand, the Premier, in an eloquent discou :-������ last
night, at the dedication of th.- home
of the Educational League, at which
��� ��� Ident Fallieres and sevi i al oJ the
ministers were p eseni announced
that on'- ol th" pe,.. rm u ni .- principal pre-occupatlons woul i be the protection of the public schools,  '-1.  ose
��� ��� ��� mles were tlie- real enemies ol the
n i tbllc.
i|e- counseled the people to be calm
���   attacks, as he was ci m\ Inced
it the country's enemies  were set-
��� iaji and    hoped    to win ��������� ei
��� opinion    thro.itn    excess*     ol
(j e   ion  and  angei   al   the  def< o U
"i thi   public schoolj
Pointing out thai tl ��� last struggle
was not with the church but against
those who pretended to direct the
church, M. Briand declan d th il
France will nevei obey orders from
the outsldt and that. Catholic France,
which does not view religion as the
enl  ol b po Ith al propaganda,
��� ��� ��� will permit thi i ercise of brutal force againsi public Institutions to
which tin  nation i.- dedicated.
"The public schools," he continued,
the hope of the future security
of France, and ii their enemies succeed In undermining ti,.- schools, it
is the republic itself which will be
weakened. The governmenl will
strive to secure adequate laws, hut
the support and defence of the people
win be most efficacious."
Routine Business
Warsaw, Nov. 8.���Daring thieves
who broke Into the chapel of Pauline
Monastery at Czenstockowa a week
ago and robbed the highly venerated
figure of the Virgin there of a valuable collection of gems have found
it impossible to dispose of the loot
with safety to themselves. So they
have sent an agent to negotiate with
the monks for the roturn of the Jewels in consideration of a large sum
of money.
The most precious of the stolen articles were a pearl-embroidered robp
and a diamond crown. Besides these
were taken numerous votive offerings of jewelry placed by worshippers
at the Virgin's feet.
Since the desecration many weeping and praying women and men
bave thronged the chapel.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Occupies Council
(Continued from  Page One.)
from $110 to |126 a month, and that
of Assistant Engineer Stewartson was
raised from $75 to $lw a month.
Mrs. Gilbert E. Hay sent In a long
letter ahout the bad state of the
street in her section of the city, but
forgot to mention the exact locality.
She characterized the street as a cow
path and threatened to complain to
the government. This was referred
to Aldermen Johnston and Gray with
power to act. Alderman Jardine was
subsequently put on the same committee. Alderman Adams wanted to
put the rest of the council on but
they wouldn't stand for it.
The Letter Bag.
A petition was received from Geo.
Godfrey and others asking the council to Improve the street leading from
Columbia streei in Sappertffn through
subdivision  18, and to duly  ch
Id     reet.    The communli
was referred :   I
L.   A.  Worthingti
River Tannery, wrote asking ;������
sion ������ ���   ���   Boating pot tion ol
.    ild ferrj landing to thi   ���'������
now ��� lilt    He stati
woudi   be  willing   to
the   public   to   use   tin Ir   i.
This  will  also receive the  att
of the board of works.
A letter was received from Whiteside & Edmonds re $1000 damages foj
Hooding the premises of Vidal &
Bacchus, and a letter from Pair tc
Fee in reference to the sam. thini
Both wove left over for consideration
at the next meeting oi the   council.
The secretary of the Brunette Saw
Mill company wrote asking for a
raised-rock crossing at the corner of
Columbia and Cumberland streets, for
the convenlenpe of passengers getting
oil the electric cars at that point. I..-
ferred to the board of works.
Whiteside (fc Edmonds rendered a
bill of $175 for legal work in coi c-
tlon with tin- Coquitlam waterworks.
The motion carried tliat the bill be
paid.
Wade, Whealier _i McQuarrie wrote
advising the council that the consent
of the superintendent of education
was not necessary before selliiiL the
old school lot on Sixth avenue. Filed
for reference.
The city solictors
in their opinion the
i.i. In the Vidal <fc
claim.
Fritz Buse of Vancouver wrote asking the city for remuneration on account of having broken bsi leg, owing, he says to the bad Condi li n ��l
a sidewalk in Sapperton. Hi enclosed a letter from Dr. E, J. Rothwell, bearing Out Ills remark.- u_ to
the extent of his injuries. The matter was referred to the flhance committee.
C. .1. Saunders, clerk of tbe municipality of Burnaby, wrote to the effect that tenders had been received
for the grading of fifteen chains of
Tenth avenue, and the contract
awatded to E. Doran at $29 per
chain subjeel to the approval ol the
New   Westminster  board  of  works.
S. 1. Kelly asked for improvements
to the hill on First street, city limits.
writing that it was almost impassable. Referred to board of works.
The matter of placing an electric
light in the same locality was referred to the Are, water and light
committee.
A communication was received from
L. C. Gllman of the Great Not thern
Railway Co. referring the city to the
railway solicitor at Seattle, regarding
the Improvements to their property
ln New Westminster.
J. T. Holmes wrote offering the
city part of his lot on Columbia
street, to provide room for the retaining wall necessary for the Hassam pavement. The offer was accepted and the thanks of the council
was  tendered   to  Mr.  Holmes
S.S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will leate
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afterne>in at 2 p.m. for Ladner West-
'ham Island and way ports, retur
to New WestmJnsti r on following
day. Saturday, returning Same evening.
Additional trip Monday morning
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston a3
business warrants.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the puollc
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning  Paper.
743
FRONT  STREET
is the place to buy or sell new and
Becond-hand goods of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN' JELLY JARS
which we ar,.. offering for 40c per doz.
Thev are new.
We also have a splendid large case
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals   .
for sale at a bargain.
We can't  beedn  to tell  you all  we j
have, but  no  matter what you want,
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND j STORE.
.olumbla St.     "Man on the Wheel.
<0^*Zl
also advlsi'! that
city was noi Ila-:
Bacchus damage
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Lowney's Chocolates  I
Roof of your house ori
barn gone back on you?f
No wonder after the hard winter.
Few cm stand it.
Put on ��� new one of Ruberoid
Rooting.    No trouble then
Ruberoid is in elastic r>-e'fcnjanJ
will stand all kinds uf weather-
beat! cold, sun, rain, wiodj makes
no difference to Ruberoid.
It it wegtlier-proui and fire-re*
sistinjj.
Will not melt, crack or rot.
Most easily applied and require)
no pnintini;.
Call or write for full particul��r��(
samples and prices.
Fresh this week.
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND   t
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Alderman and Mrs. Wells Gray returned yesterday from a Bhort visit
to llelllngham, Wash.
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57. f
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T. J. TRAPP & CO Ltd.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters|
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WE8TMINSTER.   B.  0.
40 New Edison Records
For November
Now on Sale.
Telephone 13.
Office. Elflhth S'.
HERE ARE A FEW DANDIES
No. 285���Stars and Stripes Forever  (march)      Sousa's  Band
No.   28(5���Just   Plain  Folks   ...  Ada Jones and Chorus
No. 290���Gypsy Airs    Albert  Spalding
No.   294���Pansles  Mean  Thoughts Dear       Manuel Romaln
No. 296���Lasca   Edgar L. Davenport
No.  297���Just  Before the  Batlfe, Mother . Will Oakland and Chorus
J. H. TODD'S Big Music Home
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. 0. Box 345
THE HOME        P A r
to  tbe Paper That Prl""  A"
the     Home    News.
Th��    Dally    New��
lfe a   Week Ay, NOVEMBER  9.
1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE SEVEN.
A      x���_w .
Hntol RiiMpr AnnpvPICT0BE 0F ���s        0WD underqhads
noici Duuer Annex     mmmm       muum
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   P~r   day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50  per  day up.
R-oorn   with   bath   $2.50 per   day   up.
Room with bath and bo.ird $4 per day
uyer    Did     Not     Realize : Sporting   Men   Make   Big   Money   Out
Until   it   Proved   to of Callow  Youths  at  English
Be Too Late. Universities.
All outside rooms, with hot and col
water  steam boat, Ions distance to
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and hoati
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
-An    unusual    scene
i   tin   cornej   of the
and    the    Due ~ea Mar-
\ crowd had gath-
. : .        :lng nil !1
ivhlcl   stood al   the
Venu      was   asleep-
nonchalant,  and   sl"'
��� i   the  fashion of  god-
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   1>. C.
FLOUR!
$7.25  per  Bbl
FLOUR !
IMPERIAL	
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75   per  Bb!
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl-
HINDOO  FLOUR    $-1-50 per Bbl.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster.
Telephone 33S.
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B.    Mills, Timber an
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Ktna" ot
| Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
farmers attention . I
(Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
1
Roya* City Branch, Columbia Si.   |
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
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Mail Service
hours ol deBpatch
.���:  the New West-
iii- hour given in
.   nour ct closing,
as _ rule, be-
iiiii.    Ml   mails,
ated, are rtespaum-
.   . xcept  Sunday.
- .iie bed   aud   ro
I Sunday     .. .he O. N. K. South
(except Tu. sday), via B C. Electric
Ra Iway.
9:00 'ei 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hin,
by courii r I I lies I iy and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via (1. N. R.
10:00 tn 11:00 a m.-l.aeln-r. fori
Guichon, Westham Islan l an l I i ues
dao TMursdaj and Saturday) Wood
ward, via Bteamer J. C. Bruce, (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
- -      ,   ���      Sapperton,   Fraser  Mills  and  Coquit-
tils, not including  |.mi
^ ^ ^ ^���^Vancouver, Central Park
and Fra8er Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
2:30 p.m.���Burqultlam. by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all TT. S. points.    -
9:40 p.m.���Second Mall east, and
losr-d mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
Minding U. S. A. matter, and also
Frasor Stills.
Ifte *��y mails.    Sapperton
mui Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
Fraser
!:0'5 am. ed at eleven ociock
��� Previous ulgbt)���Vancouver via
p.R.0wl.
Sa.Hi.-Vimr,iuver and Victoria via
PS Efcsctrlc railway.
���tC, I'. i; east taking all points
���w including Langley and district.
Ttc mall for AbUnsiord aud dls-
Wrt, C:aybum ;md district, Hunting-
J.W district, nnd Matsqui are dea-
HicSed by wa: ([ Vancouver.
y Ui-BlalM    and
coding al; {��� g po
PHali'gPrairie, Peroridge aad Hai
Mtur-iays.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Al- Surrey . ... ,   (rf, ^(.,.1^ from
,;,.    ;". ��cepi  Hall's Prairie, __v
V p' M: '''' "' 'l*6' which arrlre on
PWrt Qulcbon 'rain on Tuesdays
���J*H and Saturday*.
IBaCnm,~"Vl   '    'v-r, Victoria and
Uv k| ' ''  1!   c-  Electric Bail-
Seattie,     in-
its east and soutn;
ernridge aad Hat-
lays,  Thursdays, and
to:
'" ;���-���
-Strawberry     Hill,  Tlm-
Mjrt^ |��d f"Ml  Wostmlnster.
1:30 p.m.~i:
and Friday).
by
l-mi'~ ~1'-1''"   Burnaoy, by courier.
\Z ��'���-~Burqultlam, <hy courier.
1:10 ��o    'SunuD :' moniiis cios^ at
CulchoiiC<?\v S"' 'n|ay)��� ladner,  Port
hn-
T, daily
isiaud   and   Sun-
T"m^"jt'Xv"M Sundayfwdodward.
>���      ��� tntirs-lay ittid Saturday, via
't'Ol
Wched
Bruc
(Steveston mail des-
���^ and received via"vancouvor.)
Sldine ,,'"'    wl,;;"'ivcr    and    Piper
3 ,'.;'��!������ N- R. north.
Po-tK.N ,'���'.    ''v-   Nl��-omekl.   and
Thursday i ���'��� ' "'������'"'u on Tuesday,
b^on'T, :i'!'r ''""' Satur<lay; Tyne-
N, Tu^d,       and Fri(1a>'; Bon Ac
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS!
You Will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce.
whether you Intend to travel or send-
ng for y��ur friends.
From Montreal and Quebec.
Lake   Erie   from   Montreal,   Nov.  20
Empress   of   Britain   from   St.   John,
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET.
C. P. K- Agent.
hi100 J*-
Vane
Friday.    	
o.iver ami  Burnaby
and s"utn, via U. N. K-
Nay ','��� K-!<*ctric Railway. Sat
Vl^ria vi,*' v  B5aI] ls d9��Patehvd to
.Bl��in,. .  ,   "'"'"'""T ��t   'his  hour.
tft*?fti c. P. R..
��� i	
J*tHoote",w�� ��ea!     Barn,>t   and '' Kngland
'"d. Port   i '  M";id"ws, port Ham-
^. liZ,   mr:y'    Miss
Pensioners   For   New   Brunswick.
St. John. N. B., Nov. S.-No successor to Agent-Oeneral Dull Miller
will be appointed at present, bul
London office will be conducted ""J1/"'
the direction of Superintend.'lit VVt{-
mot here. Tbe government ba8JJl'f
appointed three commissioners, uon.
Dr. Landry, Superintendenl wumoi
and Becretary Hubbard to acl under.}
recent order of the British War tu-
tic... looking to a Bettlemenl ol
sioners on the lands In this province.
Carnegie Does Not Exoect War.
New York, Nov. B.-Andrew Carne-
gle says regftrdlns V���*^ci��m_M
between     Kngland     and    t^m.!"--
|    "England is at preseni In a sta������
east, li'ra- | frenzy  unwarranted.     German.v
bas
This mail takes the foi- labioliitely no" Idea of making war on
ion.
SSSfiS alMn����7.A8a?��i��-
^ district.
'tenoys,
^ik.:,:.
pences' Bridge, Nlc
nil|l a'l   points east
She may w u
commercially,  but    th< re  I
Chun-1 m any of the moves she ;
Indicate thai she desi
conflict  to any greater extn
Owl." ��� b. points, via G. N. K.
8:20
a.m.���
Vancouver and  Victoria
The meeting of the Altar soctetyof
St.  PelerV  church,  oal Tb"t
day of the present  Vtt '
deuce or Mrs. Carroll   wil   owti
the absence of Mrs  C �����
City,  take  place at the  bOUW ot I
Ed Goulet.
pii ��� ui e   I., en   placed
a  11 ei '.'     The crowd
,-ondered.      11   gol   bo
flic was Interfi   ��� =1 with,
��� man  conceh ed   it   to  be
��� move Venus to the I1""
t lice
A  ��� more  than    twelve  feel
fo     !  in a public thor-
. - >   day,   and   the   !"'lio'
ie   tituted    an  Inquiry
I '   <
"ii.il    a    rather    p
picture transaction       A
colli . ,  quarti i   bought   Venus
and   . 1  himself   thai   he   had
treasure    but   when   bis
opinion he valtn d, -o'|W
��� lie ph -    e, tl ey declared tin,: it was
a wretched production.
The .  or rushed to the dealer
accompanied    by    a    commissionaire
Venus    and    demanded   bis
on  the  ground  thai   he
di celved  as to the artistic
value ni the picture.
"Noi al all," replied the dealer,
"You ex imlned the picture a long
time. It pleased you. YV. did nol
disagn e aboul the price. Vou carried the picture away and paid me.
It's a straight  deal."
"In anj ease l am nol going to give
this rubbish In.usi- room," retorted
the enll..onr. and forthwith ordered
the commissionaire to throw ii Into
the street.
Venus will be taken to thai place,
the fourriere, where all unclaimi d
property is removed. Meanwhile
she is being admired by prisoners i��
tlie polio- station.
Loi lon, .\i.\ .8. :' 'i rowing money
and ting on horse races, it lias
been . ic ivered, foi in a con liderable
pari ' i le,. Indusl ry of undergrade
a.-' el  o ford viiii-
versitli -. Tin i u li le en dls
close i -.,} a ease broughl under the
belli. cl . iii which Edward Fairfax oohi. justice of the pi ace In
Coun Devon, sued a Bportlng "tipster ' or i ending his son, a minor,
an I Itatlon to gambh on i he Ce-
saivi, toll race. The detVinlaui was
fined    ���" and costs.
"Ye i uill be gi\en e\erj facility
to api" al," said I he spokesman for
tin ich, "h' caui e of lIn Impoi t-
ani' the ease.     The    mo ,   the
publl    i news aboul tiie Iui I i|   of the
unt\ i  sltj youl h of this counl ry from
their   tudies and 11     pa I
the ;    ter."
Mr  Si mid told the mai i   that
tin,a ��� is of cln "ial ������ were distributed n ong underi raduates ol Oxford mni Cambridge, some detailing
how " ��� all h could be acquired by
gambling, and other offering loins on
promissoi y n )tes wil ho U s i curlty.
Ordinarilj the fasl life ol the university is confined to the "bloods,
a small minority of the students, bul
the combination of dps and proffered
loans is said to temnl many poorer
students to gatable.
Scotch  Whisky
STRIKE THIRTY-FOOT
SF.AM OF IKON ORE
Important    Discovery    Made   on    the
Nova   Scotia   Steel   Company's
Property.
Russell  Hotel,
c.   Black,  Vancouvei
Jones,   Seattle.
Robertson, Calgary.
11. Williams. Vancouv
11. Blanchet, Vancou
. 1!. Vass   Vancouver.
Ni wbold, Vanco iver.
V. Vaughan, Vancou\
Brydone,  Vancouver.
\V. Taj lor, V ancouve
. il. Ronald, Vancou
. Jamieson, Vancouve
B. Helwood, Vancou
er.
���. er.
er.
���r.
er.
r.
ver.
Windsor   Hjtel
John Gordon, Elgin,
P.  \\b  Reid,  Albion.
C.  11. Kempes, Albion.
LONDON  APPARENTLY
BECOMING VIRTUOUS
Halifax. N. S., Nov. 8.���The Nova
Scotia steel .v Qoal Company has
(struck a 30-foot seam of iron ore on
their Wabana property.
The company has been looking for
a new seam for the past two years.
Tunnelling work has been g"iug on
all th l time. The tunnel to the nev.
seam is one and . half mile long, and
extends that distance under the seea.
The Dominion Iron ^ steel Company's area extend one mile under
wat.r. and iii reach the new Beam the
Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Companj
had tn tunnel through their propertj
the lease of   Bale giving    them thai
At    preseni    both   companies    are
woi king leads on land, and the bi a
on  land   now   being    worke I   bj   the
Nova Scotia Company is thirteen feel
As the  ni '  Is ihir'y
it  v. ill be Been that it  Is ol 1m-
e value.
The  composition   Of  the  ne\y  seam
is two feet  ef Bolid ore, two feel  ol
broken ore and then 30 b et oi solid
me of tbe he.-i quality.
The Maturin��; Process.
Everyone knows that wlusky, no matter
how {.ond, no matter Imw carefully distilled,
must possess age in order to Ik- palatable.
An unmatured whisky, even though distilled (rom the very be I barley, is harsh to the
taste    1 'ter- the tongue
lt is not, however, so generally known thut
in order to proper/,-/ mature Scotch Whisky, it
should be a^ed in bherry wood.
Distilled in the Highlands of Scotland, from
pure, malted barley, Watson s Whisky is stored
for years in Sherry Casks and the capacity of
our warehouses is such that we never need to
withdraw any f r shipment'until we are quite
sure it is matured to that degree of "mellowness    fur which iiiir brand is famed.
Insist     on
Watson's
tm__tr_s���xrjjarrT_~T.
"THREE STAR"���A milil, thnrc.uulily matured Switch.
"NO. IO" ��� A fulUmlieJ, richly flavortJ Scotch.
JAAU:S WATSON & CO., Limited  -   Dundee.
IHIS "KOOTENAY"
WE
is known to everyone but me.
I shall want a range soon
so I must call and see them
at the only place
KIRK'S HARDWARE^
ew Westminster, B. C.
London, Nov. 6.���The city of London is apparently becoming virtuous.
Winn the lord mayor took his seat in
the Mansion House police coun las!
Saturday, there were no charges or
i.i inr eases lo come    before him���a
happy state of alTai'-s that had nol
occurred sinee lS'.i"). ln accordance
with custom, a pair of white gloves
was handed to the lord mayor to
mark  Ibe occasion.
This Immunity from crime does not
mean so much as I! nilj;lit, tor the
(listrict under the Mansion House
court's jurisdiction is a section of the
"city," consisting entirely of shops
and offices, with a scanty resident
population. The West Knd, the
Rast End, the "Surrey side," and the
"Northern Heights" are just iis wicked as ever.
FATHER AND MOTHER
DREAMED OF SOni'S DEATH
Five   Hours   Later   Came   the   News
That   He   Had   Fallen   From   a
Bridge.
mis incidents galore and numerous
songs and dances in the entertainment. Its music is being hummed
and whistled everywhere, and Hs
brighl lines and jokes are everywhere
repeated. Nothing has been more
successful from the theatre standpoint or from fulfillment of the playwright's mission to entertain and satisfy a discriminating public. The
| original cast und production will be
een here.
Largest   Scow   on   River.
The  largest   scow  on  the river,  recently launched for Qilley  Bros, from
the ways of the Westminster Murine
Railway Co., Lulu Island, makes her
first trip today She Was towed to
Ollley's wharf yesierday and today
leaves for Comox in lovi Ot the tug
Flyer to bring a load of S00 'uns of
coal  for  this  City.
NO  LONGIIR TORTURED.
A Sergt.-Wheller in R.C.A. Finds Cure
From Agonizing Skin Disease.
Sergt Wheeler Thos  P. Bennett, R
C. A., who lives at To.', Albert Sl., Ottawa, describes the relief which he
got from D. D, I). Prescriptions.
"It gives me pleasure to commend
D. D. D. to sufferers from skin diseases. For three years 1 suffered Intensely from a skin disease which I
��� [-���v. loped on the bach of my neck.
It grew continually and sometimes
cast ofl scales. Neighbors' advice,
prescriptions, salves and expensive
blood medicines were lavishly used.
"At last I found relief In IJ. I) l>
used according to directions, ll re
quired just one bottle to effect a
cure. 1 am no longer tortured so I
have no hesitancy in acknowledging
to the world the worth and great vli
f.ure of  D.   D.  D."
Blood medicines cannot kill thfl
germs in the skin which cause erze-
��� and other skin diseases. Balves
fail because they cannot, penetrate.
l> V. D. goes right. Into the pores.
kills the germs and cures, as many of
our New Westminster people can tes-
Frank MacKenzle. Druggist,
Sew  Westminster.
Por free sample bottle of D. D. D.
Prescription write to the D. D D.
Laboratory Department, N. N��� 23 .Tor-
dan St., Toronto.
For sale by all druggists.
Camden. N. J., Nov. 8���Five hours
before they received by wire news of
the death of (heir son. George Kepler, sr., of Third and Mount Vernon
streets, and his wife, said that each
had dreamed that be was killed.
Mrs. Kepler woke her husband up
by her weeping, and In answer to his
query related a dream almost identical in character with one he had
dreamed. Both were so excited that
they arose and awakened other members of the household. The ordinary duties were abandoned mui all
were expecting bad news when al
noon a telegraph messenger mounted
the doorsteps. Mrs. Kepler saw him
lirsl and swooned. The message
said young Kepler had fallen thirty-
live feet from a bridge at Steuben-
vllle, O. He was ou a wedding tour
and Ills brld*. Is bringing his body to
Camden.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, Kngland, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
HEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
To   Reconstruct   Famous   Chapel.
Venice, Nov. 8.���It has been decided to begin the reconstruction of the
famous Chapel cd' the Rosary, which
was erected to commemorate the battle of Lepanto, a naval victory won
In I,-,71 by the Italian and Spanish
Heels  over  the  Turks.       The  chapel
wan badly damaged by Bre in 1887.
Tut, Tut.
Ottawa, Nov. 8.���Wilson Foster, a
Yukon mining man, lias presented the
Dominion geological survey with a
collection of gold and tOpat mul opal
stones, valued at  $10,000, which were
taken trom the glssards ol partridges.
grOUse and other ground birds found
in the Yukon.
18   CLA8SIC   COMEDY.
"Forty-Five Minutes From Broadway to Show Here November 22.
Nothing has struck the popular
chord with fuller fo'-e in years in
New York, Chicago and Boston than
George M. Cohan's play, "Forty-Five
Minutes From Broadway," which Cohan .v Harris present at the New
Wesl minster opera house on Monday,
November 22, wilb thai ever-popular
comedian, Charley Hrown, as "Kid
Hums," and Elizabeth Drew as
"Mary, the Housemaid," ln New Rochelle, New York.    There are humor-
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Thomas Knight
(Jr.. as the owner in fee simple, under
j a tax sale deed from Inspector of
Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing
date the Bth (lav of September, A.i)..
1007, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying and being in the District of New Westminster, in the
Province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described aB
Lots !i and 10, Block 10, of part of
Lot 20A, Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title ls not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-flve
days from the date of the service of
this notice upon you, and in default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed within such period,
or In default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in
respect of the said land, and I shai'
register Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for
thirty days in a dally newspaper pub
lished In New Westminster and a
weekly newspaper published at Chiiliwack will be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 13th day of October, A. D.   1909.
C. S. KEITH,
. District Registrar.
1    To Jane Wilkinson. 240-26
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Charles Ketch-
urn as tne owner ln fee simple, under a tax sale deed from C. C. nslior
to Frederic W. Howay and Robie L.
Held, bearing date the 1st day of tie-
cember, A. D��� 1902, ol all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
being ln the district of New Westminster, ln the province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lot 13 of Block 18
of Lot 201, Group 1, Murray's Ad lition, north half of Lot 14 of Block 13
of Lot 201, Group 1. Murray's Addition.
You i\nd those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest In the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
ln the said land b.v descent, whoso
title Is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,'
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty Ave
days from the date of the first publication of tbis notice, and ln default
of a caveat or certificate of Us pendens being flled within such period
or In default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or ln
respect of the said land, and I shall
register Charles Ketchum as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for
thirty dr.ys ln a dally newspaper published In New Westminster will be
good and sufficient  service thereof.
Date! at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 28th day of September, A. D. 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Henry Young, Esq., John Uren,
Esq. 228-30
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Timely Tips
For Bargain
Hunters
We have just received another carload of the Raymond Flour. Those
who have tried it
will appreciate this
news, and those
who have not ought
to take the chance,
both to try it and
also to save some
money by using it.
Remember, we
don't follow the
leaders, we lead
the followers.
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Talcum, Violet, Borated,
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The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants  or adults.
T. A.
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Ellard  Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
STORAGE
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VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,  Prop.
Exchange
Nice Cottage, central,
for large house.
Li;- property  with
I    ��'. N. NESBITT i SON
Phone 596 650  COLUMBIA  ST.
WestminsterModernBusiness
School
��� lu    ������ - to meet the living demands
of  a   - _-.      Those who j
vo-    to thi  highest aim in life
b '     sti gate the real mi
t; ���- ���' Idlng to go
elsewhere.
Yi i can prepare (or an office ':
you earn by    attending   our NIGHT
t^LlbJOL.
A. L. BOUCK. Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
"Lifebuoy Soap Is deilg:.-:... re-
freshing for bath or toilet. Kor wasl ���
lng underclothing It Is unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
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SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD.
HEAD OFFICE 23  LORNE  ST.
Board of Directors:
T. J.  Trapp.  President.
T.   S.   Annandale.   First   Vice-
President.
J.  J.  Jones.   Second  VIce-Pri evident.
T. H. Smith.       H.  Ryall.
L. A. Lewis.      M. M. Nelems,
P.. E. Walker. M. D.
Trustees :
H m   R. McBride, P.- mier B.C.
Geo. R. Ashwell. \V. S. Collister
F. J. Hart  Managing  Direel
E. L. Webber, Assist inl  M
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4 Get Your FURNACES AND PLUMBING ���
��� Fixed For the Coming Winter. ���
I JAMES & McCLUGHAN I
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City News
Bob Stevenson's whole stock of
��� loots and shoes to be sold off in
thirty days. -19-
Mrs. Allan P. Grant. Blackford St..
1 will   receive  on   Wednesday.   November 10, and every  second and fourtn
Wednesday during the winter months.
For pianos, organs, sewing machines, talking machines, shee' '.', I-
sic and recwrds go to J. H. Todd s
music  house,  Columbia  street.
In  the police court  yesterday only
one offender was called, and he fail-
! ed  to put  in  an  appearance,  a  five-
| spot  having saved  him the necessity
I of answering to his name.    The bail
was  forfeited.
Don't fail to hear Pauline Johnson
and Miss Munn at St. George's hall
tonight.     Admission ow.
A dance will be held in the Eagles
Hall, on the llth inst.. at g p.m.
Everybody   welcome. 259-2
Repairing neatly done by D. F.
Quigley at Sinclair's shoe store.
The civic court of revision for the
householders list will be held in the
city hall on Monday mornig next. November 15. at 10 o'clock, ia preparation for the approaching elections
next month.
New Furniture Store.���Messrs.
Denny &. Galloway have opened up
' a new furniture store in the Cunningham block. 43 Sixth street. They
will be pleased to have you call and
inspect  their stock.
Chief Watson of the Fire Department and his wife returned yesterday
"from a few days' holiday to Everett.
Wash.    The chief had a very enjoy-
i able trip and reports everything
booming In the southern city.
Miss Pauline Johnson and Miss
Munn will give an entertainment in
St. George's hall tonight at j. o'clock.
Don't miss it.     Admission  .
The steamer  Transfer  wil] Hereafter   leave   the   Brackman-Ker    wharl
for Ladner. Westham Islan 1 and way
, points,  at  2 o'clock  in  the altera
Instead of at 3. as hertofore, returning
;on  the following morning.      On Sat-
lurday she will make an extra retain
itrip arriving in the city in the even
ing.      Trips win be made t   Steres-
;ton as the buo^e.-.;  warrants. *���
S me   time  ago  May      :;.   . .-   re-
, ceived  a  letter  from  James   S  :..-  :
I who wrote that  he  w-_is  touring   th.
(country in tl e inti   ��� sts of the Gov-
���; ' Annuitli - sc  em<.   a   reek    -
San son i illi d   in thi   mayor and
he could arrange to have
a  meeting on  that   nighl
inci      eeting on tha:  nig   I
was '       blige  him.
Samson left. 1      th     East      ind
:   ��� ���     f the city officials
ml Is since.
Order your  I I      ~:   .   .
Greenhouse
te  -phone  B2  ��� 251-tf
���   -Tl   ���   is   thi    tad |
- '��� '     leposli  vault     Ours an   abso-
;    feet  li   this regard
, may u .
papers in thes the lei
Ing     f  perfeel   security.     \
"me from fire, from :'loods. from
glar   or   ar.y   ottu r   i aus<.     Est I
thing  to you    to have
'  fei  Ing o perfm security?    Do-
! minion   Trust  Co..   Ltd.,   T    R.   Pear-
- :       manager     New     Westmi:.-"- I
branch.
The fire brigade was given a run to
Columbian  College  about   10   o'clock l|
���-���day   mornig.   a   defective  chimney  having  started  a  blaze  betweel
Principal   Slprell's   office     and     the
dining  room.    The  firemen   found   i'
ni   ��� ssary to tear up some of the '���'
ire the incipient blaze was fin......
brought  under control.    The brigad-
arrived  just  in  the  nick  of time  as
there would undoubtedly have been a
serious conflagration, if ic had g  i
little more time.
Chrysanthemums and carnations at
Tidy's    florist    store.    737 Columbl,-. ,
Phone L184.
For flrst-class cut r.owers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davit-.-
Greenhouse, R208
The  town   of   Por"   Mood}   no...   ���
joys the  advantages  at! i I i|
session of electric pow er, Yes
������    ;  . 1)    e ���    .. ectric     Rai
pleted   thi I    ; on ��� r   line   to   '
..rr! the j" ople at >��� now o
er afi ti I to go home in the dark. Tl ���
tnj   hu   had   a   largi    foro
men a> work for t     ���   time ei i
the new pole line from Barm I to I'
.Moody and the wires are now all
The new line receives Its servi
reet from the station at  Lake
,:���-::. branching off the main line    '"
crossing   Burrard   Inlet   and   running
along the shore to Port Moody.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that thirty
days from date I intend to apply to
F. S. Hussey, superintendent of provincial police, Victoria, B. C. for a
transfer of the liquor license held by
Giloert Tulloch, for the Tourist hotel,
situated at Port Moody, B. C. to
Ceoree Welch of Port Moody. B. C.
GILBERT  TCLLOCH.
Port Moody, October 20. 1909.
NOTICE.
To whom it may concern:
Take notice that in accordance with
authority granted by the Department
of Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu island draw bridge at New Westminster, B. C, will be closed to boat
traffic for a period of about two
weeks, beginning November 15th.
lfifift. for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT  CO.,
C.  E. FOWLER.
President.
LULU ISLAND
We have some very desirable lotsjir.
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Six
>>
Occa
sions
UNDER THE GLOW OF THE EVENING LIGHTS A
COSTUME MUST BE CORRECT, FOR AT NO TIME
DO THE INCONGRUITIES BECOME SO MARKED.
WOMEN WHO ARE CRITICS ON THE MATTER OF
CLOTHES FOR EVENING WEAR COME TO THIS
STORE FOR THEIR APPARELING BECAUSE THEY
KNOW THAT WE EXCEL IN DRESSES AND ACCESSORIES    FOR    FORMAL   OCCASIONS.
At the beginning of this
Autumnal Season our stocks
are aglow with all manner
of beautiful, enchanting effects���reception dresses, exclusive dress fabrics and all
the little needs which mean
so much to a costume.
DESPITE THEIR DIFFERENTNESS, THEIR BEAUTY
AND THEIR EXCLU SI VENESS OUR STOCKS ARE PRICED IN SUCH A TEMPTING. ECONOMICAL FASHION
THAT EVERY SENSE OF ECONOMY AS WELL AS
BEAUTY -SAYS BU Y HERE." YOUR WARDROBE WILL
NEED RETOUCHING FOR THE COMING SOCIAL SEASON. CHOOSE YOUR GOWN OR THE FABRICS FOR IT
FROM THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF NEEDS FOR
EVENING   WEAR    IN   ALL   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Handsome
New Net
Waists
BE  THE   FIRST TO  WEAR
THE   NEW   THINGS.
Ni * Waists Jusi I en-
new   designs     I   i   ���
net     tri:.
with   silk  insertion   ai
....     .        . .   ���
long tucl ���   ��� -.
Price    $".75 and S9.50
White      and    ecru
-  i e    in all over   embroidered  nets,  others  with   gui-
���   trimmings, lo:..  I
or    sl Irred     sleei lined
���   ���     silk   thre. :. ��� Sizes
_  to  44.  Pri es *��.50, $5.30.
$6.50. $7.75 and upwards.
ELEGANT ONE-PIECE
Evening Reception Gowns
APPROPRIATE   FOR   ALL    DRESSY
FUNCTIONS IN      NETS.      SILK.
MULL,   LINGERIE.
$9.75  to $29.75
.'oir..   ci,!:-.    illk in d Inty Prino-- stj
of tuck.'! silk and li sertlon.    Price	
White >ilk gown w'ith   front   and    -
I        folds of the  silk in breteillea   effect   i v<
Pric.    	
White   Brussels   net lined  on Bilk  with    In
others in ecru Point   d'Esprft      tucked     ski
with   full   flounce.    Price   	
Mull   gowns   in   white, blue, pink and hello ���
in whiti te "broderie Anglaise."    o
��� i  ��� ��� ;    net yokes, long sleeves finished  wil
at   wrist.     Price   . - ��� ���	
A Splendid Choice
White and Colored
Evening Dress Fabrics
NUNS'  VXIUiXG  in   pink,   sky.     pearl.    Grey.     Mauve.
Cream   an 1   WJi.te,   Per yard 50c to 65c
DELAINE in   Cream, per yard    50c to 65c
PI..UN   AND   FANCY LUSTRE, p��-r yard 35c to 75c
ROXAND,   a   splendid  hard  finished  washable  material
per yard     50c to 60c
CEEAJM   CASHMERE, per yard 50c to $1.00
BLACK  PEAU  DE SOIE,    Honnett's" and other reliable
es;   everj teed; per yard ... $1.00 to $2.00
BLACK   MOIRE   SILKS   A  new  range just  to hand, at
rd     $1.00 to $1.75
ISSALIXB BILKS In cream, white, roa . sky, pink, i tc
pei   yard        .".   ... $1.00
LIBERTY   SATINS |n a I ill range of colors, per yd. 85c
COLO   ED SHAUTUNG S3 Inches wide in shades of sky,
- ��� j   cream,   eti    pei   yard      ..85c
HEAVY WHITE PONGEE, a splendid washing Bilk
aod possessing extra wearing quality per yard     $1-00
STRIPED SURAH SILK WAISTINGS in .".yard lengths
of atriped mauve, gn ���, and wisteria surah, and plaid surah
pe; yard  $1.50
IAPANHSE SILKS. 27 inches wide ln 30 shades. In-
clu-Uni; all the new and popular colors so popular this season . per yard    50c
TWENTY-INCH CHINA SILK'S in a complete color
range, per yard 25c
SPECIAL   MENTION      r
SMART   STYLES   IN     IE
WOOL   SCARFS.   SHAWLS.
ETC..    ETC.
CREAM   SILK   SHA      -
ln a variety ol desigi -
and    small    Blxes
each $1.50 to Sc.00
CREAM   SILK  FAS
TORS.      3-cornered     -
pretty fringed edi. -
Each 85c aid :' ^*
8TUNNING    SHOU1
CAPES with hal: sl(
pretty two-toned wools '���
light,  warm    an.l  pretl
white, black and whiti
and  white,  blue  and
Price $2 50 ana :   -���
CREAM  ICE WOOL
CINATORS   in  daiii:;.
ered styles . H. IIJO. -
FINK     LISLE
AND SILK H08U
ors of pink, blue, -
mauve, canary  aili
lace or embroidt o.   Pi
Lisle.     35c.  to  $1.00   1
Silk.    $1.00  to   $2.50
SUEDE GLOVES in
and white, in 111 EU
ton   lengths..   Prices    o
$2.75. $3.00 per pair.
SILK   GLOVES   In
ol black, white, copenl
sky.   mauve,     pink.
Price, pair .... $1.00 to I
FINE  LINEN  HANI
CHIEFS,   plain   !���
others with lace ami <:'
dered   edges.     Some
cross   bars;   others   .-' ~
���with  flond  corners     P
Each   20c  '���   "
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
.*  ���'  -
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