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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES ... CO.
260 Columbia St.   P    ��   45.
NEW WESTMINSTER, H. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 84, 1909
��    l.\ E PAGES.
WADE EXPOSES BOWSER BUNkUM
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CHARGE HERESY
AGAINST MINISTER
j)r�� I. G. Matthews, Formerly of This City, Must
Face University Senate.
23.���Prompted  b.v  a
ALLEGED AGREEME
WITH GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY WAS
MADE ON NON-EXISTENT DATE
AVAUMf BAMS
OVER HIDE'S HEAD
the
Toronto. Nov
resoluUon thai was passed at
: ' Baptisi convention at Hamilton,
��0 u,,���: ago, charges of unortho-
d0xv and graver theological accusa-
IJons are to be madi- iigainst Protestor Matthews, who holds the chair of
Old Testament Exegesis In the Bap-
,1st Theological College here. Some
months ago the Senate of MoMaater
aniversity heard charges against this
professor, and after consideration
exonerated him.
Notes  By  Pupil.
In the present case the shorthand
notes taken by one of the professor's
pupils have  I.een  obtained  and  tran-
Kribed and wlll be used as a basis
(or putting Prof,  Matthews again  on
the defi
One ol tl - members of the board of
. rno: s stated    this morning that
. Si -      took a hasty action in ex
oneratli.   i ���   teacher,  an I  that  the
must he cleared,     it novi
tho igh   must   persons  con-
the  criticism  of  the
blown    over,    thai  tin-
solution,   which provided
: discussion of the teaching In Old   restamenl   Exegesis, was
: directly    at     Prof.   .Matthews.
that  subject.
Senate Will  Investigate.
Thi   Si will     hold   a   series   of
nd will then probably  re-
I ��� board of governors  who
.  special    meeting te. deal
Matthews  case.   Those   who
do    l        ' be professor say thai he
nu   belief us to the hist
ptei     nt   il. in sis  thai   the
Jackson held.     The senate
night    lasted from 8:00
10   a in.,   an.i    further
��� .11 he held.
Attorney-General Says Date of Contract For Exclusion of Oriental Labor
National Transcontinental in British Columbia Was February 29, 1909
���No Such Date in Calendar���Splendid Rally Last Evening
in Support of Alderman Johnston.
on
One of the most astounding and
barefaced attempts ever made hy any-
political party to throw dust ia the
eyes of the electors Was exposed by
F. V. Wade. K. C., at the big Liberal
rally held in the Opera House last
evening.
A  Fake and  Blind.
Mr. Wade demonstrated lu his
hearers lhat alleged agreement between the provincial government ami
the tl. T. P. ti) tiie effeel that white
labor only should he used on the construction of the c. 'i'. i'. ia this province was a fake and a blind.
In his speeches throughout the
province Hon. Mr. Bowser, the Tory
Dreadnought, has been using this aliened agreement to explain th.e absence of any clause in regard to 'he
exclusion of Oriental labor from th1'
original  agreement  wilb  the Q, T.  P.
Yesterday evening Mr. Wade showed thai this alleged second agreement
is   non-existent.
Mr. Dowser claims that this second
agn emenl with the u. T, P. was
made on February 29, 1909.
Yesterday evening Mr. Wade pointed out that 1909 was not a Leap year
and tliat in it there was no February 29.
Mr. Bowser's alleged agreement
was made on a day which was never
11,,    i ah ndar.
A   Solendid   Rally.
ms is well known  in this        Mr.   Wule's     sensational     exposure
been  for some  time  pas- ��� wa  sth.    big  feature of  what   was on.
Olivet Baptlsl church. of tlie most Btlrrlng rallies ever held
 ��� | in this city.      Tlie house was packed
New Merchants' Bank. J to tlie doors and fui   three hours the
.et  for the erection of the ' __���_____^���-.���
audience listened to a businesslike
exposition of the policy of the Oliver
party in tlie province, and a masterly criticism of the shortsighted, Ill-
considered policy    of    the McBrlde-
Bowser following. It was a crowd
bubbling with enthusiasm in a cause
which it knew was right, applauding
every point brought out by the speakers, appeclatlng tlie witty sallies with
whole-hearted laughter, and listening
Intelligently  to the business portions
of the addresses. At the close of the
meeting the crowd arose eu masse
ami cheered the speakers, and the
candidate, J. .1. Johnston, to the echo.
burden upon them. Mr, Bowser's action on this matter was afterward
proved tu he wrong.
"I'm afraid it will be a long time
before the fishermen of the province
get any special consideration from
tlie present governmenl at Victoria.'
Unused  Funds.
lie scored the policy of tho government in hoarding up a vast surplus
when there were many necessary tOe-
pi e.\ emi nts to he made. la some
cases there had been a wilful waste
of the public funds.
Alderman    .lohnston    recalled   Mr.
Bowser's prophecy in regards to 'I'e
lasi Dominion election, which turned
out  to he somewhal astray.
"Other prophets are springing up
in Chiiliwack prophesying tlie defeat
of Mr. Munro. Bul these election
prophets Will tie. descend lo fame as
true prophets."
He asked for the same support in
this election  as  he had  received  In
Aid.   Johnston,
The chair was taken shortly after
8 o'clock by W. .1. Whiteside, who
briefly Introduced the speakers tu the
meeting. Candidate .1. .1. .lohnston.
who was rec. ived with great apptaUS ���
punctuated his address i.y assurances
..f support and expressions of faith
in the resull ..f the poll tomorrow.
Mr. Johnston dealt mainly with local the municipal ones.
issues ami carried liis audience wiih "1 would like to occupy a seat in
him, clearlj showing the advantage tha legislature witli my friend John
gained by placing himself at Victoria Oliver." i.\ Voice���You're going
in Ilie place of a hide-bound supporter to. i The speaker paid a line tribute
of the McBrlde governmenl to   Lis  leader  John    Oliver,   who,   he
Aid.  Johnston     began    by   pointing   said, was one of the fairest  men pos-
out  thai    the campaign was mn  be- j sifble to meet
tween Grit  and   Tory  hut  was a  tighi I Walter Dodd
of the common people againsi a com '
bination which had ruled affairs hf?
long enough.
The  Railway Question.
Despatches From All Over
Province Predict Victory
For Oliver Policies.
Indications on the eve of the election throughoul the Fraser Vallty
point to a sweeping victory for the
Oliver policies at the polls on Thursday. That the people are now fully
awake io the dangers of the proposals
of Premier McBride there can be no
doubt, the gentleman who was "Our
Dick" for a large number of electors
a short month ago is now only
thoughl of as the author of the "wild
and unconsidered" railway policy and
tlie men who would saddle some
300,000 tax payers with a burden of
$46,000,000.
Prophecies  of   Victory.
Yesterday the News wired queries
to correspondents in tlie constituencies throughout the Praser Valley
and elsewhere. The following are
some of the answers tliat hav,. been
received all of them coming from
men closely in touch witli the political situation:
���<ei the Merchants' Hank
at thi ol Begbie and Columbia
- sterday let to .1. C.  VI-
was  commenced   dur-
toe? 'ar   afternoon.      li   is expected
ilk  will be in full posses-
; completed  block  by  the
lsl iy.       The   architect   of
���'. ' i   is ('. Suit.
The bi : .   win  continue  to occupy
emporat-y quarters at the  Wives    and     Daughters    OI
: tll the upper story of the new
M,l|l'  I      bi en   constructed  and   the
pound floor completed to such an ex-
"���n' " offlce car, be moved to
I   bla   street   frontage.
wer   tloor will    be built of
1   cetnenl  and the  upper of  Pitt
'���   '  Wi The office quarters Will
'"' ie'1-'. .ial light, the counters of
l",lls|i' Ur, and the gratings of bur-
ls ",1 " i per, An endeavor will be
iiimli' to have all the material used
in the construction of the building
manufactured in the city and district.
11 '' '--' .ms. manager of the local
Branch of tl . Merchants Hank, states
""" the branch is doing a good busi-
'       under the present unsatis-
WOMEN AND CHILDREN
SUPPORT PLEBISCITE
Electors Gather in Rally
in St. George's Hall.
dltions, and that  the pros-
irlghl   for   the   future.      He
8 satisfied  that  mice the hank enters
' m quarters, and makes it-
thai   the    business  will
","1'   >< P dly.       Main- of the farmers,
branch  will  cater large-
','   Kl     formerly customers  of  the
bank
on the  prairies.
PAYSTREAB" IS CHOICE
FOR VESSEL'S NAME
St. George's hall was crowded to
the doors last evening by an audience of enthusiastic local optionists
composed mostly of women and children. Whose wives, fathers and big
brothers were over at the Opera
House listening to the Liberal speakers.
The   Prize   Winners.
The   meeting     was     called   for   the
purpose of announcing thr- winners ol
the prizes offered b) the local branch
Ol   the  \V. C. T.   U.  for  the  best  essay
mi Local optum. written by school
children of ihis city. The compositors were divided Into four classes,
ami the winners were as follows:
High School���Leonard Tupper. Annie   Inilah.   Isabella  Robertson.
i    Entrance���Ruth Gregg, Maggie Dia-
I mond.  Florence Hodge.
Fourth    Reader���J. St.Helen.    Ned
1 Pentland,   Pert.   Howell.
Third  Reader���Laura   Bailey.  Evelyn Potter. Ella McOianahan,
' The   winners  Of   the   Brst   prize
each  division gets $10, of tht
"There is one greai question, my
attitude on which I consider alone a
sufficient reason for appearing as the
Liberal candidate, and thai is the
railwaj   question."
lie said thai Mr. Wada and Mr.
Koss would fully explain tm- policy;
one   thai   would   clippie   tlle   ci'ilit
the province for years to come. The
government was asking the province
lo hear a burden of debt amounting
to $45,(100.0(1(1 al a time when it was
not  prepared  to  hear  it.
speaking of the tolls on the Pras ir
river bridge. Mr. Johnston held that
F. .1. MacKenzle's proposition in regard to resigning in case tlie toll were
not  removed  was  wrong.
"I would not ask your vote for one
moment if l thoughl my leader had
not sufficient    confidence    in   mi
Mr. Dodd, the Labor candidate, re-
'��' celved a good reception.     He said he
lini heen Invited at  a late date and
was unprepared, bui  was pleased  to j
have    ,in    opportunity to    place his I
Views  before  the public.      Tlle leadei
of the remnant of a government lasl
Thursday night had called him "poor
Mr. Dodd."
"1  know  I'm  pour." said thl   speak-
.  er, "but I'm honest." (Loud applause.)
llis party had petitioned the government for fourteen acts for tha
good of the Labor men, but they had
been granted but two bv tliat friend
of labor, Mr. McBrlde,
"If Mr. McBrlde and his party are
friends of the labor men. then 1 can
say. 'God save the labor men.'"
He spoke of the vast amounts that
had   been  given  lo    railway   corporations   and   said   that   he   thought   the
time  had  come   for  it   to  stop.       He j
; favored    government    ownership   of
to I...
a good chance. In every constituency the electors were in arms
against spoliation. In Revelstoke,
E. F. Lindmark, a prominent Conservative, was running against the McBride candidate. In Vernon and
Kamloops the Liberals were receiving-
solid support. And ln many other
places tlie same thing was happening
These were some of the good jokes.
Another joke was that Sir Charles
Hibbert Tupper, a Conservative leadei. was addressing by Invitation of
the Conservatives large meetings at
their strongholds, against the nefarious railway program of tiie government. These were the jokes that
were in the air. One sensible man.
the Labor candidate in Nelson, had
realized where Labor was to gain
most, and cast in liis lot with the
Liberals.
Compliment to Labor.
Mr. Wade appreciated tin. presence
of Mr. Dodd, the Labor candidate, believing that all representatives of labor and industries Should he granted
a hearing. He agreed with Mr, Dodd
on some matters, especially his statement that ibo present government
had opposed labor in every way. Hut
he could not s<v in Mr. Dodd's platform a panacea for 'ho troubles of the
labor element.
lie reminded the meeting that Mr.
Oliver and his colleagues had always
sui    I any movement to assist the i policy   has  defeated   the
Chiiliwack. Nov, 23.���Re-election of
C. \V. Munro ihe member in the late
liouse Is assurred. District is solid
for the Oliver railway policies.
Port Haney. Nov. 23.���The campaign in Dewdney has been one of the
hardest on record, bul as i; draws to
a close indications are tliat Allistor
Thompson the Liberal nominee will
be returned by a fair majority.
Throughout the campaign he has received most enthusiastic support from
liis backers.
Eburne, Nov. _::',.���Indications on
eve of election^ are thai results of
polling   will   l.e   thai   Hon.   F.   Carter-
Cotton will cease to be
this constituency. Good
soured to J. deli. Farris.
member for
majority as-
The railway
president of
labfl Ing  man.
The   latesl   records   Of
lhe  council.
tin
menl  were produced by  Mr. Wad
(Continued on Page Nine.)
govern-
in
SMALL RINGS DEAL
IN WHITE SLAVES
Vale. Xov. 23.���This constituency
cannot stand for the railway policy of
the government and will defeat Premier McBride at the polls. Only thing
in doubt is size of Stuart Henderson's
majority.
railways, such  as exists in  New Zea-
grant    such  a  small    request.      lhe  j    ^
policy of holding out such a golden   ' Ml.  ,)0(U| (U>luoUshe(1 the platforms
I of both political parties, and set forth
his own. which be claimed, was based
on a pure democratic government. Hi
ridiculed the city council for not
knowing whal was meant by initiative and referendum, when J, Z.
White asked for the use of tlie city
ball a week or bo ago. This principle was set forth very, clearly by the
speaker, who oh Imed that it would
help to remove the legislation from
taxation by [at, sleek lobbyists who
were representing different corporations.
F   C      'ade, K. C.
P.  C.  Wade.   Lv.C.  on    rising,  was
in
second
The sue-
Last H
l(s Upon an Unpre-empted
Cognomen.
��^  dty   Navigation   Company   At \ W. ��* of the third.IJJ0.
cessful competitors were canea upon
to read their essays aloud, but so
great was the modesty of some of the
youthful essayists thai despite the
lure of the prize they could not be
prevailed upon to Ket on the stage
and do It. .     ,
Rev   C. W. Brown delivered a short
address at the close of the proceedings in the course of which he called
���  n   to   the
arranged
bait to catch votes is wrong. I
have it from my leader that if the
Liberal party is returned, the tolls
will be removed, and lights Will be
placed upon it as they should be
placed, making it an ornament to the
city, and a credit   to the province."
Cash   Registers.
He thoughl that If the government
took into   consideration the cost  of
the enormous cash registers at each
end Of the bridge, they would be able
to llml enough money to remove
them. i
lie  did   not   Illlllil   the  little jokes  Of
Premier McBride, but he would show
him thai liis candidature was nol the greeted with a storm of applause.
Joke be thoughl It, The premiers without a di tenting sound. He
remarks at the Conservative meeting plunged linmedial ly ii o a business
about the Labor candidate were quite iik(, analysis and exposition of the
uncalled for, because it was tlie labor- momentous issues before tne electors.
lng men of the province who had He paid some atti ntion to the for-
placed him where iu> was (Applause).horn i1()|���, actions ot vlessrs, McBride
The speaker said that whether Mr. and Dowser, who, unable to light ar-
Dodd were elected or whether he gumeht with argument endeavored to
were elected, he would always do his make the Lib.' Opposition appeal-
best for tlie laboring man. in the a "joke" to he elecors. He ex-
house he would do his utmost to j pressed the opinion that these gen-
bring about a condition of affairs nc-1 tlpnicn would pxoorleneo considerable
ceptahle to theni. | jocularity  before the    campaign  was
A tax had been imposed by the Mc- over. So fnr as i:e could se In his
Bride government on the Praser river |onK (,.|p��� through the intei lor. the
fishermen,  thus    inflicting    a double   Liberals Mood  something  more  than
h    "   '" ��   passenger boat  shortlv  to
."iiuheii (or the Royal  City  Navi-
r""1 company  will  be  named    the
'���s ''-'i-. Inasmuch as she Is expect-
\,    ' P[ove a mine of wealth to the
"'iers of ti,,. company, enter-
particular attention  to  the  fact  thai
,.     , s of  the  company,  enter-1 the   competition   had been   ��""
-'.��� buBlness on the river at a  time'without consultation    ol    the   school
herb/6 is 8Uffl<'lenl W0l'k to keep I trustees.
est ,,'f",    " ;l11 ,imoH. a"d the bright-' Neither Praise  Nor Blame.
.,,,��� aspects for a rapid increase.   Ml, Brown.
tin.
ui i j);  v"'T��' ma0ft8er of the Roy-
thai  i     i avlSattoh  company     states
Iff'Mll sin 8   0tl   the   rtve'-   l��      moBl
Which h    nnd  ,h,lt  the    Strathcona,
��<���- ,l(,cn holding the  run  for   had received
th   ii '"'
Could 'h"��!2?!!* hatl a" the 'freight she
for the board.     Let �����������������
trusters had nothing to do W th     a
that there is neither praise nor blame
coming to them." .
Hrown   further  stated  that  he
word    from
Mi
Kev.  Dr.
luuidli
(Continued on Page Nine.)
SIR CMAS. MIBBCRT TUPPER
Will speak to the
ELECTOU8
At St. Patrick's Hall, New
Westminster
TONIGHT AT 8 P. M.
SUBJECT���"The   Railway Policy of the Provincial Government."
Wealthy Men in Germany
Are Said to Be Backing
Them.
Berlin, Nov. 23.���The white slave
tralllc was discussed today at the
annual assembly at Leipsic of the
National Conference dealing with the
subject. President Bertha Pappen-
lioim, of the Jewish Women's League,
reported the result of a tour of Inspection she had made in Hungary
and Roumanla. She had found a certain amount of tenderness for while
slave traffickers. The political parties look no. interest lu the matter.
Liberals. In particular, only smiling
"jovially and Indulgently" when it
was mentioned to them.
An  Official   reporl   was  read,  which
stated thai Germany, which is fond
of boasting of its superior morality
was no belter III tbis respeel than
other countries. Ai the same time
the traffic in Germany was rather
one,of transit, as the victims mostlj
came from Russia and the Balkan
states, lt has now been ascertained
that, contrary to the previous supposition, no one great White slave
dealers' trusi exists, but there are
small rings, with rich men behind
them.
Revelstoke, Nov. 22.���Landmark's
supporters are confident of his return on Thursday, A large body Of
the Conservatives here have refused
to support lion. T. Taylor and Will
vote for Liberal nominee,
On the Island.
Victoria. Nov. 23.���Electors of all
shades of political persuasion here
predict a sweeping victory for the
Liberals at the polls on Thursday.
The accession of A. ,1. Morley to the
ticket lias Strengthened tt considerably and the opposition candidates
will get the support of Victoria Lab-
orites tis well as of a large section
of the Conservatives. Oliver will head
tha polls. For the rest of the Island,
Newcastle and Nanalmo are doubtful
but will probably return socialists,
other constituencies give Indications
of solid support for the Oliver policies.
THINK   FIGHT   AGAINST
LORDS  ON   IN   EARNEST
Vancouver, Nov. 23.���Nothing to It
hrere but Liberals. Wade will poll
the biggest vote, with the remainder
of the Opposition candidates following
lilm closely.
EXCAVATIONS COMPLETED
FOR NEW ASYLUM WARD
First  of    Big   New  Buildings  on  Coquitlam  Farm  Is Now Well
Under Way.
Work On the foundation excavation
for the first of the group or buildings
! at   tlie   Coqultlam   asylum   farm,   the
I Administration building, was eomplet-
Lomlon, Nov. 211.���"It Is my opinion   t-d yetserday, and next week the lay-
thiil it Is Impossible that any Liberal   ing of the concrete foundation walls
government can ever again bear the
heavy burden of oflice unless It Is
secured against a repetition of treatment SUCh as it has had to undergo
lor the last four years."
This sensational declaration by
Lord Loreburn, Lord high chancellor,
ln the debate on the budget In the
liouse of lords yesterday had an electrical effect upon the Liberal members of the house of commons who
crowded the galleries.
Quitting the galleries they surged
into the lobbies under the conviction
that they had heard of government's
last word before the general election;
that Premier Asquith wlll make a
similar declaration in the house of
commons next week, and that the
long delayed campaign against the
lords has now begun ln earnest.
Hear Sir   Charles   Hibbert Tupper
at St. Patrick's Hall tonight at 8 p.m.
will be Commenced, making the first
actual construction work on this large'
undertaking.
The Administration building is the
central structure of a group of seven,
and contains the offices for the medical and clerical staffs, examination,
record and conference rooms, reception rooms for visitors, stewards offices and store rooms.
The excavation work has been hastened forward by the use of scrapers
operated by a steam drawn cable.
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Agents .and scrutineers of
the Liberal party must attend
at the Columbian Block, Sixth
street, Room 1, at 2 p.m. this
afternoon to be sworn in.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  -,'ovev
QUESTION OF WET OR DRY
SUBJECT Of DISCUSSION
Louis M. Goldstone Writes in Regard to Present Agitation���Citation From Francis Murphy, the Great
Temperance Orator.
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Mrs.  T. J.
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ROOMS TO   RENT.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
(STENOGRAPHY
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dealers    in     eiectrical     machinery, j FREEMAN     BU:
Guichon M
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fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc Bank of Commerce hull'iing,
'phone 331, P. 0. Box 138.
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FISH   AND   GAVE.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRL11,
Game. Y-t'etables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp,  Windsor Hotel.
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FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNI'l I KE
Dealer, Uphoisterer an.i Undertaker
corn- r Agnee and McKenzie s-reets.
Phone 176, night call 8L
CUSTOM       BT] '.
Typewriting; AND
letters,    etc      Pi
lumbia itreet     j   .
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smart   tarn nt    The  Fashion  8U-
LENT���A G "..:' STABLE, {.:  '-      bles.
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MACHINE   WORKS.
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and car line.      P
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FOP.   SALE,
Tl-.E  SCHAAKE  MACHINE  WORKS
Limited, Front street, New Westminster.     ManuXs ���
Baw anl shingle mil] mam:: ar;..
Mill planets and si ��� ificaf.ons pre-
I ared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS,
SALE���3    LOT.-    ON    RIVER   B. C   MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
to and bo-      M Kay, manuf ictun     ind 1       rtei
. Vancou er     of mounmental ton    I      -a bu'-ldine
.-  rf.   53x125   eai       ;""      each;
12   18 mon
P. 0   Bos  565   Cit:
stone, etc.    Batisfa   .��� i   guaranteed.
���. street.  New  Westminster.!
COA
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office,  Front  St.,  Foot  :' S .v
Phone  105 P. 0. B-.x J45
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REAL   ESTATE,
,'E   BUYERS   FOR   PROPERTY
:.;������ part of W�� sl   I isti i  or Bur-
1 Ibilllwack   line.
Give fu    ;    '. :ulars,
\'. O.  Boi    :���-   New Westminster.
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WHITE,  SHILES  ,*   CO
Estate and   in- .: nce   Agents���
>.  farm  and   Buourban   property,
C la free;.
OS. & CO    Ll D    REAL ES
e and ii ��� 5   186
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at the a          time mi sought
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rests  foi i per  I .     . .    - .   ,    .
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re pel
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���P.  B. iger, P. O. Box
-             titer.    That the t           .   ���  -    -'      "';.   phone 3S4
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-guarding                                        .   ���,    ��� EALTY  CO   (McADAM A
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'       ' iring  the    p                      b. .,,..,       :u
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im-  result - [ ���     .
- ��������� .-  i liquor  ments
liquor tra. MARSHALL      SINCLAIR.       INSUR-
out the surrep- _      ance, real estate,etc., ii located lor
-��� ���   i ��� p .      the present at the offlce of the Set-
'   .' -' -���--���';' '   ' ��� Bul   ������.-..  the   heel   p
It that there ia no drunkenn.
-1 For it is the conti f the Local I effect        I ent rely,   I
! ' -'  ' ' ���' '   ' ���;     ���        that th.- present if   it    has    considerably    curtalii I
'     ��� ��� .'���      . ���     They desire -     operal    ���.     ���  "blind pigs."
*' Icre- mui nd provincial au-      The broad, tolerant spirit of thi
-'  - - r : ' ���   ��� their owi                          -   .   epared   to   accept   health-.-, _���.   --..
'"  '   '    -'               -         ���              no re- ��� same.    Which   has  proved   rr,. :.: legislation, such as at pi
"-- worthy  guardian   of  obtains, but win not tamely sutwi t to
��i,3''r'                                -���                 tes the j .- rr. r .-.:     The   man   in the pi   ��� -      ���    doctrines  t>f -.'��� ���
'        '  '         '  '      '-         Op- or the   Pr               ,.,t?     At  one ��� hii.itioni.-t,.    Nothing ls more ha
'''                   '       "'                          on j time  in British   Columbia,   Bteveston to the reputaiHoa of a communil
lh" ���           ''                      ;-      Mtion," put this question   to   Itself,   and   not ! the poss ��8ion on "he statut. ib
'������ evei                   ���        prov- g sure of the pro;
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.'
I    HUDSON.   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and  Sanitas;
house   painting,   kaisomining,   paper
hanging    and    decorating.      Sixtn I
Btreet   New  Westminster.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED ANO
repaired by ;. ������.- ., ��� i tuner. W. E
M .rtiri Mns. Bac, city. A line
will bring him.
PRINTERS.
is KAT E
PyiHIANBIli
Ladies    pur ��� I
during  the  moi
receive a tic! ��� -
chance on S  - ���'������-
���  place novevbe?   :   1909.
- : MINSTER PRESS Fi IR EVKt.V
k:::d of job printing. Midget loose
leaf li dg : -;   '   iwle a  Papers.
PI.< '.-    55,     P.  O.    14- ���.   142       Old
Dallv   News  Block.  Sixth   street.
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b
Irwin. :   ���
:.��� ��� i    .  - trance.
Columl       treel
tiers' Association, B -       Btreet, opposite Windsor Hotel
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
TlcketB, Jl meals for ii. Home
cooking. All whiti , no Orien-
tai lalxir employ<ed.     Open day and
tilBht       Opposite tram '.ifice.
ed
per answer, went
��� ' ���'��� ��� and   has '  to find out.    Steveston has lie-
P.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
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E. C. TRA VES, Manager
laws which are not strictly enfor ed.
K.vp.ri. nta.    .lr.,cet;      and      ���-���;.������
does teach that Prohibition leg
is  Invariably  rrK.re  honor.-.! ���   ..
breach than In the observance.��� .
ward  Ho! ���
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
It. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room B, Westminster Tru.-t
block.      P. O.  Box  795.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kUids of new and second
hand Kooda. a Speck, near Tram
office.
II. ' A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
A countant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
V "stminKter Trust  Hlock.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE.   702   COM M-
i i     street.        Fires-class     moving
pictures;   Illustrate,-;  songs;   numerous a'treactions       Program changed
Monday. Wednesday an | Friday.
Hear   Sir    Charles    Hibbert  Tupper
at St. Patrick's Hall tonight at 3 p.m.
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
What Would
Be More
Appropriate
'��� OR A HOLIDAY PRESEN'T
THAN ONE OF OUR PIANOS
OR ONE OP OUR ORGANS,
AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH
A VICTOR OR BERLINER
GRAMOPHONE, SINGER SEW
ING MACHINE, ALL ON EASY
TERMS IF DESIRED. WE
HAVE RECEIVED A LAI-GE
CONSIGNMENT OF VIOLINS
GUITARS, MANDOLINS AND
CASES.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK |S
COMPLETE. A CALL WILL
CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
IN   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery  Rlock.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
ColumHa and Eighth. High-class
moving picture*, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   OUT-
ter cleaning.      D. McElroy, Tel. 100
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN-
T H  E       DAILY
NEWS
bUVUU'BUlir
Vou will find il to )
ti   arrange your be
whether y0'-1 tot< n.i I i
eg for your frlen Is.
From  Montreal and Qui
Empress   of   Britain  from   SI
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and pa
ply to
E. GO E LET.
C. P. R. Agent.
S. S. TRANSFER
The   steamer   Transrer    will !ea\��
Brackman-Ker  wlarf everj   week to
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner WW-
ham Island and way ports
to    New    Westminster ,wm*
day.   Saturday,  returning Bame evening.
Additional    trip   Monday   moroU*
leaving New Westminster it 5 a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston a?
busings warrants.
This schedule    subject    to c-'M$*
without notice.
For freight and passenger rate* ap
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
WHSTAfTNSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street
Cmrlages built, repaired and paint-
e_\,      All work guaranteed.
___em
DfieSSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� fUITS, SKl-iTS,
and Waists. TL'S Rojal avenue. 204-6
i*>*e*e**>e***>**>************>**<��*_
*ee***********t
Chest Protectors
at all prices
AT
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
era and dyers, 3-15 Columbia street,
phone R2TS. The pl.ace wherp th'-
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
! RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
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fcyes Tested FfMt   .Phone 57.
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TELEPHONE  604.
P.  0. BOX  893
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music Hou
NEW WESTMINSTER. B, C.
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all
supplied.
kinds of labor
se
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next  Cosmopolitan   Hotel.)
FROM SOUP 10 COffff
the dinners    we Wfrve    au- P'  I  Wfl
with   care   and   dlserlmin.'.tI   i-
exercise good Judgment in     '.;   v:ou
cooking, in laying vian.is before 7
We have no apology to make tor^
place  or  what   we supply.      ^-       ^
sure  you  will    commend ��wr
methods   and   prices  when   J���
or sup at
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP
TRAM OFFICE. gESDAV,
N0VEMBER H. 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  THREE.
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Businesses.
HOTEL   RUSSELL
Carnarvon, Begbie and Alexandra Setrei i
PITT   LAKE     BRICK    AND
CEMENT   CO.,   LTD.
Office:; Northern Crown Bk.
TIMBER   LIMITS
Offers Northern Crown Bk.
Busi
messes.
FADER
Head Office: Northern Crown Bank.
TELEPHONE 295.
P. 0. BOX 249.
GROCERIES
Opp   Ruseell Hotel
FINANCIAL BROKERAGE
Offices Northern  Crown  Bk.
REAL  ESTATE
Offices  n.mihi iii Ci. wn Hk
E. J. Fader, proprietor of the Russell Hotel, has recently added a grocery business to
his many undertakings. The new stores are facing the Russell Hotel on Carnarvon
street, forming part of the Odd Fellows Block. The stores are perhaps the best
adapted to the grocery business in the city; the entire flooring being of concrete, mice
and other rodents are unable to penetrate. The stock is entirely new, the best and
purest of every line only being kept, and the prices, as shown below, are impossible to
beat. Since starting business in the Royal City E. J. Fader has spent hundreds of
thousands of dollars in salaries, and confidently looks forward to his store being strongly
patronized by not only the business men of the city, but by all careful housewives looking for the best as well as the cheapest.
Attention is also drawn to the Pitt Lake Brick, Real Estate and Timber propositions,
and Machinery.
FADER  GROCERY
Telephone   97
Odd Fellows Block, Eighth and Carnarvon Streets.
Others are saving money by buying their groceries here.   Why shouldn't you?
COOKING BUTTER���
Per pound   25c
EGGS��� nn
3 dozen for *100
.15c
.5c
ROWAT'S MIXED PICKLES���
Per bottle  	
COOKING  APPLES���
Per pound    .���	
WHEATLETS��� ,.
5-pound package    *��
CANADIAN OK CARNATION  WHEAT FLAKES-
3  packages for   ....   ...   ��������� ��100
PEELS.  LEMON   AND  ORANT.E��� ^
_! pounds	
CHOICE CLEANED CURRANTS���
3 pounds for       	
CHOICE SEEDED  RAISINS-
Kl-ounce packages.      3 packages for '. "c
SULTANA   RAISINS���
", pounds for 25c
TOILET SOAP���
Dozen cakes 25c
FADER'S SPECIAL CEYLON TEA ���
3  pounds  for    $1.00
KADI-IK'S SPECIAL COKEEE���    l Kresli  Ground)
,'i  pounds  for   	
.$1.00
Other lines just as low: these are our regular prices. You wlll
get the goods exactly as advertised. Buy all your Groceries here
and   save   money.
Crockery and Glassware.
As we   In not Intend to carry this   lino,   we  are  clearing   It
out AT COST, and some lines even less Minn cost.
SEE OUR DINNER SETS FOR  $12.50.      IF    YOU    REQUIRE
ONE YOU WILL BUY.
PROMPT DELIVERY.
TELEPHONE 97.
The Pitt Lake Brick and Cement Co.
Is placing on the market building brick that defies competi-
tion We will be pleased to show you samples of both lace
���md common brick and to quote   prices.
We will deliver the goodl  in  large or small lots at, short
notice.
OFFICE   248   COLUMBIA   ST. TELEPHONE   295.     P.O.   BOX   249.
Inside Property.
('nine nnd have a look nt B block of cily property, comprising thirty Iota, Hint I will sell for $7600. The terms nte
easy  and  the property good.
E. J. FADER.
Offices:   Northern Crown Bank.
The Hotel Russell
Proprietor, E. J. FADER.
���,���TM1N,T,R,S GREATEST ASSETS  IS THE  HANDSOME  BUILDING   KNOWN A8 THE   HOTEL   RUSSELL.      MAG-
ONE OF NEW ^";_M ;���:"��� JJJJT0EFANY  HOTEL ON THE  PACIFIC SLOPE.      NOT AS LARGE AS THE VANCOUVER HOTEL
N.F.CENTLY  FURNISHED.   IT^ IS T HE   EQUAL OF ANY  M ^ ^^
OR THE EMPRESS OF VICTORJ^~  J '�� J        ANQ RET1R1N0  R00M8, SPLENDID  DINING HALL  AND    B.LL.ARD    ROOMS,  WHILE
THE  DRHAW.DNSG�� AND SSVoM. ARE FITTED TO EVERVNEED
THE  D^^0T1JNDA   1S   PROBABLY THE FINEST ON THE COAST.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDA*. NOVEMBER 24
The Daily News
Published by The Dally .News PudUSQ.
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices
Tbe Dally News  Block, corner of Mc-
Kenzlf and  Trew streets.
has enabled the electors to recognize
their real .gravity.
It   is  little  cause  for  wonder that
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A.
Di
recto-
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<UNION  -HU.   L��BEL>
WEDNESDAY,
NOVEMBER
24,
1909.
IN   FINE   FETTLE.
The Bplendld    meeting  which took
Opera Hous- last night.
and the  rery    enthuslastl    reception
la-i-'ii .I- .1 the Bpeakere waa a proof ol
the vigorous strength which ;;.. Opposition In this city haa attained  1 ���
��� :,i :-....-���:���       ���    a   I    C   Wadi
Mr.    i�� ei can    Ross    and    Aid.
.1. J. Johnston,  were    ��� i '.; ed  to ���> ���
the
presentei
conii ���   ���   ���
Bride  railway  poll
be*little doubl   thai ���   :  will
be di
eel      ] p.lllillg
Alti lhi   ni-
111r,;���'. ... thi   Ll In thia city
with i             iore   pron
ihis   .            '        Whilsi   the   Liberals
ling strong  and unlti ei as a
party, quite a'co        |    ipoi
.    .      I       ia
lied with the Governmenl faction are
declining    to    assoi late    thi m ���
with the .     ���: . .-      .    .     policy put
rd  by    the  Premier,    and  have
ranged   --. ��� ��� -������:-:, a   wl  i I      Op]
tion.      The combini d   a   engtb
surely  tell  heavilj     .  insi   ria-  Gov-
ernmenl tomoi row.   1 he lasl but
tlie li       effective i     t in
campaign will be lir��d tonlg
Sir  Hibb irt  Tupper wlll  ad Iri   i thi
eli ctoi a ii. St, Patrick    ba
THE   PREMIER   WEAKENS.
Thi   ���   can no   ���   gei   be an ���   i
that thi      tion taken I     Sir Hlbberl
Tup]   ���������:.���      ng hi
o   the  McBrlde ;
.���
desi     ���     "       '. ���
t vol B Colun
bia.      P ae tim
iterest
:
���
Ise thei
I
���
���    ...
ost 1
v.- ���       espona        mi mbers  ol
esign '������������ ���
pra i i    . ���. ��� '
not I a Iated with
���   lii      of   the Prei  t<
���  -; ���   probity and emi-
i. .. ���   affairs  both
of the Dominion and the provinci aa
Sir Hibbei I Tuppet - rered his connection with the ConservaUve wing
led by Mr. McBrlde for the sarin rea-
and also that certain members
of the iat'- Parliament declined to
stand airain in the Conservative Interests, has made it clear to the
greater number of the electors that
there must be something radically
wrong with the policy which the Premier Is ttying to foist upon the people,
Except for a hare statement of the
reasons  for  his    resignation  by   the
late   Finance   Minister,   Capt,  Tatlow.
to on.-  iif llis constituents, the  two
compulsorily   retired   Ministers   have
not taken an.v active pint in the campaign.    But Sir Hibbert Tupper, filled
with a senBi   ol his duty to the people,    has     adopted    the   courageous
course of Informing the electors fully
upon the   meretricious   character ol
the  Premier's  proposals.      His  intelligent   exposition  ol  the mischief involved in the proposed arrangemenl
with the Canadian Northern Railway
has   he-en   received    with    generous
marks of approbation by immense audiences throughout the country.    Sir
Hibbert  has convinced a vast majority of    the  people  that    the  railway
policy of Mr. McBrlde forms a "wild
and   unconsidered   policy,"  the  carrying  out   of which  would  be iu  everyway detrimental  to  the interests of
British Columhia.      He has shown Indisputably   thai   the   agreement   contains no provision against  Mackenzie
and Mann selling out their rights to
or amalgamating with uny other railroad;  thai  there is no provision for
the reduction or control of rates;  nor
for the very necessary safeguard of a
Sinking  fund;   nor for nny penalty or
forfeit; nor for ihe commencement ol
construction   from   the   coast   end   ol
the line.      Sir Hlbbert's lucid exposition of  tlie circumstances connected
with each of these Important features
Mr.   McBride,  though  he  has on one
or  two occasions    professed  indifference  to  the position  which  Sir Hibbert Tupper has so strongly taken up,
feels   that   this  is  likely   to  produce
a very decided result at the polls on
Thursday.        When    addressing    his
constituents at   Victoria on  Saturday-
night���when by the way  Sir Hibbert
was also addressing a gathering of in-
I . :.dent Conservatives in the same
. Ity���the   Premier   appears   to have
been Berioorty   disconcerted   by the
j turn  affairs  are    taking.      Following
j up  the cheerful  telegrams  which he
; and Mi. Bowser have been showering
Government press anent the
1 wonderful success of    their    Journey
through the Interior, the Premier jub-
! ilantly  described  the  triumphal  tour
njoyed.      But after
ided  his  railway  policy.
; an odd enquiry or two upon the de
���a      ai-;.' a.:    to   h.'tva
ruffled iiis    temper and to
'.I fly into a violent
rage.      In commenting upon  thia  In-
.   Victoria Timi a  -
"i'i e audience was not ln -'
hostile.     It evi
ear the Pp n.i     ���
| and  defend  the    contract.  I
ment, or the  nemi
������.  the
|       dian Northern Railway Coi |
tens! to thi
c . it and particularly to gathei  what
In l ��� tract,
ment or memorandum of agree-
Afti i   ~b     McBri li   had c n-
cl ided ���������'���- , .position it is no wi
his    hearers    were    in  doubt    as to
.'.    ��� .    ��� v b pass
aim  and   Mr.   Mann   was   a
lent  or a raemor-
greement.     The    Flrsl
Unl   er'a explanation    was    so i
nd ii       erenl    I     I   his audi-
be ed 1      I      lining
ised in its mind and impatient In
��� "  m   of inert dulity.
T  ���      nsequi ni -  was that the Pre-
lost hi.s t< mper, beb ived like a
spoiled    child,    called    his    hecklers
idiots, threatened them, and req u   t-
ed bia chosen chairman to a'cord Um
rivilege ol dealing with them as
rved to be dealt with.
'Posi .   dignity,     serenity   were  all
���   to thi   winds, aiai H ���;.. Rlch-
l In  his
true colora     ...    The truth la '
Mr. M tform on
���   ��� ning in    a
id.      He professed  to
ned from a poiitl
90   '
������ r.     He bad addn
��� ���
.
Pn I, thi
_!y in
I tdal .        ���
tdwriting on thi    wall. \
.  '���'.      that i
felt that hi  was bi
��� asL"
ENOUGH WATER TO
COVER WHOLE EARTH
GOES  TO  ASYLUM.
If   Ice   at   Pole   Melted    There   Would
Be  Trouble   For    Rest  o*
Globe.
Washington. Nov. 23.���The water
which exists as a vapor ln the atmosphere, if precipitated, would cover
the whole area of the earth to a depth
of an inch, and the ice in the Polar
regions, if melted, would cover the
whole area of the earth five feet deep,
according to the Hydrographic Office
of the United Stat (8 navy. The- ��� -
timate is made in an official computation of the amount of water in the
great lakes, it is improbable thai as
aa one-tenth oi one pe; cent
of  the  fn - In ��������� ��Id  Is
Ini .in the gn at lakes and '
tributaries. The official estimate gives
307,496  i ubic  miles as   the  ���  ���
titj   "i   w iter   tn   ;  ���   oce ms  of  tin-
world, and ll.a"" cubic miles as* tbi
���   ��� ii   great  Likes and I
tribune-
The   lowi Bt   ��� stimati   ol   thi
ci ust would
���ee a unifoim sheet
I   - ���
the toi - .- ���   ������
to a depi feet
��� ding    to thi     i.
iffice is i
ted it i
-fifth of the
unt postul eless.
ostit.. - relied upon.
Mrs. Rachel Clarke. Accused of Burglary.  Adjudged   Insane.
... |   Ciarke.    of    Ladner,
,,.     _   ���   ..-        .-,.,ty. was yesterday
to custody in  the provin-
n the insane until sucn
..'tasure of the lieuten-
i  -   - mcil should be made
ground for the action be-
;r_. account of Insanity  the
��� .nift   to   stand   trial   on
���
woman was examined as to her
edition by three doctors ap-
the court, Doctors Doherty.
tnd Jones     When the court
-���-rday   on   the   request   of
ra  Gray,    acting    for    the
Issue on the question of
Ins nit)   v- as  tried.
. ov.y  in  the    witness    box
t the ]   isoner under exani-
���   ���       dad  shown  a marked mental
nd lack of reasoning pow-
mi nt     She  held  delu-
��� a .-   was being followed by
ed to persecute her. Dr.
.ht of her insanity.
ejnetors concurred in Bay-
a in   Was  insane.   Ask-
d anj thing to say
-- .-     Mra   Clarki   replied;
��� .   exi ��� pi   that   1  don't   think
���
CARD   OF   THANKS.
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
The Leading House for Carpets is
LEE'S
We are the largest retail buyers  In   the  pro i-,.
over is tremendous.      We  have just unshlppi |
signment. con.
And thc Prices!
Well, they are so reasonable that they must  app.      ���
stock the best  English Wiltons.  Ent-lish    Brussi
Tapestries,   all   specially   selected   for   their   ,   ,
color.      Just give  us a call and have a look ovi    i
LF F ^ S  ^urniture Emporium
*���^   *-^      ***J Les's  Block, Columr/a  !
XEW WESTMINSTER,
��� I  Mrs. W.  D   Rich    beg  to
to   t1 ��� :��� ;'   ��� i. '-     their   must
���   t thai their kin I  sym-
���   ��� : . In thi Ir    recent   be-
���GET   THE    HABIT"
TWO  MORE   LINES  FOR
JEESON  d  OSTRANDER
ipecial For Everyone
and  a
e ol    i ii   only 15
GOLD  DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
:*t_\
Victoria.   B.   <!.,  N 23.���Capt
Bruhn of  the �� whii
returned   this i i   from   Corinto
and way porta   stati     that
Ostrander are    negotiating    for  two
more stean ���        ��� it I
���   ;. irehased to au{ . nt this line.
MAKE YOU* APPEAL to the public
through the coiurr-s sf THE DAILv
NEWS.    T-e   Morning   Paper
Headquai ti
fi      S mta   Claus
BUY A HOME FOR
$1800
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
To cz       ��� Soap washes over the surface, leaving a ereasv
he    r a 1 r fil^behindit;GOIJDDUSTdig8deep&erS
aud impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser it's
find; GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-       v      /
^ If/A/.
G46 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash an:! sell Ior the same
7-ROOM HOUSE CLOSE TO SIXTH STREET CAR LINE.
ONLY $1300 ON EASY PAYMENTS.
6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE JUST OFF BRUNETTE ST. AND
THE NE// SAPPERTON-MILLSIDE CAR LINE. BATH. ELECTRIC   LIGHT,   ETC..   S1S03.      $250 CASH  SECURES  IT.
White, Shiles &
628 Columbia St., New Westminster.
portions to cleanse
easily, vigorously,
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
vour work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
NEV/   BRUNSWICK
REVENUES   INCREASE
Fredericton, Nov. 23.���The new fiscal year of the province of New
Bi mswick opened yesterday. While
the official statements an- no; given
��� . ��� ll i.s understood the crown lands
department books show the territorial
revenue consolidated reeceipts to be
almost    $400,000 for  the    pasi  year.
Thia  is an  advance of  about   $60,	
from the previous year, when the territorial revenue receipts were about
$340,000. The estimated receipts
were $380,000. Stumpage receipts
are largely accountable for the increase, upward of $240,000 being collected, compared with about $1'ju,oOo
last year.
Death of John Clifford.
A very sad death occurred yesterday when little three-year-old John
Cameron Clifford, the youngest son
of Mr. and Mrs. James Clifford of
1237 Richards street, Vancouver, succumbed to injuries he received here
a few days ago. The little chap was
paying a visil to his grandfather D I
ii, Bourke, of this city, and while
playing in the yard, where there were
a couple of horses tethered in some t
way was kicked on the head by one
of them.
The accident happened on Friday,
and he lingered between life and
death at St. Mary's hospital till yesterday morning, when he quietly
passed away. The funeral will take
place from the family residence In
Vancouver on Thursday morning.
Hear Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper
at St. Patrick's Hall tonight at 8 p.m.
The Royal Cafe
is now under XEW MANAGEMENT
and is giving the best meals with the
most  prompt   service  in   the  city.J
Our 25c Lunch (11:��0 to 2)and 35c
Dinner (5 to 8) are becoming popular.   Short orders at all hours at
reasonable prices.
Dominion Trust Block, Opp   e'ostoffice.
J. P. CASH, Prop.
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Pyrographic Supplies
WE HAVE JUST ADDED TO OUR STO..K A COMPLETE
LINE OF WOOD DESIGNS FOR MAKING BURNT WOOD
WORK. THESE INCLUDE ALMOST EVERY CONCEIVABLE
ARTICLE AND DESIGN  FOR   SUCH   WORK.
WE HAVE ALSO THE BURNING OUTFITS IN SEVERAL
SIZES.  FROM  $2  TO  $5   EACH.
COME IN AND INSPECT THE GOODS. IT IS NO TROUBLE TO SHOW YOU AND  QUOTE   PRICES.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY _ CO.
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Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
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interest This property is on the new cut-off of the
a. L. Electric Railway.
All kinds of securities purchased.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LID.
COR. COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STS.
Two lots on Eighth Avenue, for
quick sale $700; $300 cash, balance
arranged.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods liouse
Ladies Coats at a Big
Reduction, 25 Only
LADIES' SEPARATE COATS���7-8    length,   French    broad
j ���,;;,, imed throughoul military effect     Colors black, n
Sizes 32-40 bust measure.   Regular prici   ���
SPORTING NEWS   Business  Talk B
__*\   __*e
WM. EXPERT DOPES
!       JEFFRIES AS WINNER
BIG
Wright Takes   Issue   With  Those
Who Think Black Man Can
Beat Him.
I
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FOOTBALL
RUGBY TOURNAMENT
FOR THE EARL GREY CUP
��� .rday
$22.50
Don't miss these snaps.
Tne Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
LONG EVENINGS IZYYY:
wearing a pair of our made to order glasses while
������ ding or sewing. We ari t you b vice a1 any
time dming the day. or wlll be pleased to make an
appointment for thi   ey ening.
Optical Parlor.
Dominion Trusi   B
W. F. TATE.
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
B
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
Dr. \Y. R, C. Latson, B, C,
Im i.i physician, physiol
^^^^J i-uitiii'ist.   picks   J-
Jim    Jeffries, says
v, a known sporting
. bicago press.
 : oni   for arriv-
.,. Ion v. blob are scarcely
,   fact.    Thej   may    be
anatomical   observation
���   ��� .  stuff, but  the
odds won't be Infl i need
i ind eei (lope when they come
���   theii  U'ts
Dr.  Latson  declares Jeffries is in"
inclble   ii  he knows where the oth-1
eV,   is  going  to  Lii  him���and
Johnson  never tells."      Well
iment, Jeff  didn't   know i
JIB)     (   HI Illll      WaS     Keeillg     tO     hit   |
and hi   took 23 rounds of pum-
moling   and   then  Bent   liis  trip-ham-|
ae  poor Jim,  and   the
leiiii ��� a vani engine bad run !
ovei   him     J ���;".   didn't   know   where
I'.nii I bing to send his light-
s, !��� ii he got Ruby Hob's
il , ich trouble.
Jim Corbett was a better boxer than
Johnson ever will be, He was one of
��� hi bi si gen irals thai ever climbed
Into a ring. Pitzsimmons was a fighter, cunning as they make them, and
could land a I ai.l' r punch than Johnson.
I don't know why Dr. Latson thinks
lohnson  will  fight  a  waiting battle.
Probablj   be  bases his opinion upon
the ne     i    <    its witl  Barns and Ket
chel       th ��   allei   men���who rushed
and  wi .1   met  with jabs���until  they
wan   . ut  to ribboi s    Johnson s plan
is in jab with his li M until he wi ars
down an op] inent. But w In n hi  faces
Jeffries he will faa   a  man  with    a
bis own who will
pai  be so easj  to ,
Thai crouch of J. ff's which fooled
;t   and  i-'iiz.  both  the    presi n1
champion's master in ring craft, will
make it aim..si  Im] ossibh   foi  a Jab-
!.. i to gel in him.
Pa   ua. lon  thai   Johnson
ivtn bei    is    In   will plaj  a walt-
: ame  and   lei   Jeff  exhaust   himself  bj   rusl iu - ������: i  falling,  I'd  like
to mention thai Ji fl t< 9 won*1  tire
, adi ���   an I    iat a man who can
ofl   l "  yard ���  in   H   secoi       a    ���'' ri
i dues, is nol the clumsy, muscle-1
awkward   Individual   Dr,   Lai son  evidently Imagines him to be.
And as rn   Jetft       reluxti   ,
and gasping from breath    w< ii, whei
he reai   es  this      ���������-   ol  exhau
they'll i" carrying Mr, Johnson out <v.i
a  shutter.
������It will be subtlety against
strength." Bays Dr. Latson; "the g<;-
away againsi the punch." Ves. and "
was' BUbtlety ami Btrength and spi i d
,,ud Bcience againsi strength whi
Bob Kitzsimmons the coolest strategist thai ever pulled on a pair of Ave-
ounce gloves, met Jeffries. Bndowi I
with wonderful cunning, Fltzsimmons
was beaten, and If the brain I
steend old freckles through the ma i
the championship In two clasi s
to turn the trick, whai
ihis man whom Dr. Lat-
aa sul.tie. and who at the
best is only a negro with a good frame
and  a  pair of fast  hands?
Subtle? Possibly. But so is the
field band who raids a hon roost. As
for his not being there when the
other fellow tries to hit him, I'll simply ask Dr. Latson to wait until the
light and perhaps he'll change bis
mind' about this Individual he seems
to consider a black shadow which
hovers just out of reach, If. Dr. Latson could see the flat-footed John-
sun trying to out box and out-Bign a
,'f Jeffries' class, I am sure he
llis mind.
Toronto, Nov. 23.���The cup donated
by Karl Grey goes to the champion
club of the Canadian Rugby union, j
the games lo be plaj ed according to 1
section l of the regulation! as adopted tin ei yean ago as follow ;���. 'i he
senior championship of the union
shall be contested for in IDOU on the
grounds of the winners ol the Inter-
collegiate ami Ontario unions; in L910
on the grounds of the winners of the
Ontario and Interprovlnclay unions;
in it'll on the grounds ol the Inter
Ontario   and lnterprovlnci.a]    unions;
Thus nexl Saturday Ottawa linter-
pne\ Incial championsi w111 play on
Varsitj grounds in Toronto, the winners  .    i, pel  Parkdale, ch pions of
the Ontario union, a week later on
the field of the Ontario champions,
also likelj  Roosedale.
Phone 176.
Politicians
business.
Tlie public
business.
know   their
know   their
tliFMlmMtK,.
WE
know our busini ss,
Old Country Football.
London   Nov. 23.���Yesterday's football game resulted in four goals ror
Preston North Knd, and one for Tottenham Hotspur,
Athlete Can Never Compete Again.
N'ew York, Nov. 23.���James H. Sullivan, who won the tour-mile race
at the Olympic games in London and
win. is one of th ��� fastes. distance
distance runners in this country, has
probablj run his last race. In the
three-mile race at the Canadian championships in Montreal last September
Sullivan turned his ankle and strained
a tendon The injury has been setting worse and in> is In Bellevue hospital ai >: doctors say he wlll not be
able in i un again.
Manchester  November   Handicap.
London,  Nov,  23.���Following is the
lates; betting on the Main iestei   No
\ e      handicap, run  Sai aula..,  No-
,. distance l 1-2 miles   -i l-^
Bat 5.  Symons'  Pride    12,  Lame-
dlae: 14, Moorland Lad; 20, Old China. Probables: Dil.s. Royal Realm,
Lata, ette, Buckwheat, \\ uffj. Ban-
tevi oi     Faithful,    I ton   Roi k-
burne, Bell Rock, Admiral Togo 111.,
St. N'inian, Boult. rs Lock. Thunderbolt, .- e . -nn. Accurati . Anchora,
Koyal, Qu. en s Journal and
Fn llth.
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W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Agnes Stag
The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Undertaker
Honest dealing ha<=
kept this the Leading
Furniture House in the
city for nearly a quarter
of a century.
MONTREAL  POLICE ORGANISE
TO  PROTECT THEMSELVES
Montreal, Nov. L'lt.���A movement is
said to be on t".��� ��� ��� 1 among the police
to organize an association, the object
of which will be their protection from
abusive   and   calumnious   attacks     by
their  enemies.
It is asserted that the police have
been the victims of unjust criticism
and their prestige was likelj  to suiter
as a consequence     With    a  society
whose purpose would be to raise a de
fence fund, and vindicate tbem before
the courts, if necessary, tin police, 11
is said, would feel their position safer and theii standing more elevated,
whereas now tbey suffer from the libellous insinuations a.id statements of
unscrupulous and irresponsible persons against whom they are powerless
to proceed.
Chief Campeau lias declared himself strongly in favor of the formation of such a  society.
Plan for Spring Training.
Detroit, Nov. 23.���President    Nevin
a:     ami .1 yesterday the spring training   plan-   ni   the   Detroit   American
Spring players will I"'
j  di\ idi .1    bi i ween   two ("ams
Jennings  will  manage one team and
probably  Dono\ an    th ! other.
wboh   i' am  win leav e    foi   San
T. ,'���'���������..
Moral���Don't Smoke.
Chatham, Ont., Nov. 23.���F. M. Mc-
Call ami an English lad named
Green, while on their way from work
in Wallaceburg, walked Into the shed
of a natural gas regulator to light
iheir pipes. A terrific explosion followed and both nun were terribly
burned,      Green may recover.
with   under    one    oi    the    following
plans:
(1) At least six montbs' residence
upon and cultivation of the land oa
each year for three years.
(2) If ihe father ( or mother, lf tne
father is decassd), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity nf
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the father
or mother
(3) lf the setib-r has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his nontext end, the requirements as to r<9sld-a,nc��.
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing shoafd
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands ai Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may he
! leased for a period of twenty one
years At an annual rental of $1 pr
acre. Not more than 25R0 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royaltj at the ratr> ot
fiva cents per ton shall be collectel
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.n.���Unauthorized publication ot
this advertisement wlll not be paid
for.
SOCIETY   WOMAN
WRESTLES  WITH   BURGLAR
LAND  ACT.
fhe
All-
wasn't able
chance has
son classes
Valuable Racehorse Dead.
. \a o Citj.  Noi.    23.- Howard, ���'
bay colt, two years old, by Odd Pel-
��� Nlmoi la, died at the Peral Villo
racetrack    yesterday.      lie    was imported from the United States for th.
$26,000   Mexican   Derbj   ol   1910, and
was held favorite in the futun   bi I
ting.      lie  was  owned by  George  I.
Ham, an  American  banker,  who valued the colt at $in. ).
Barney Breaks Record.
New Orleans. Xov. 28.���Barne)
oldfield, in his 200 horsepower Benz,
yesterday broke the fair grounds
track record foi ou< mile, when he
made the distance in 54 seconds,
Clipping one-fifth of a second off the
record made last February by De
I'alina. The evenl of the day. the
100-mile race, was won by Ray Ilar-
roun, of Chicago, in a Marnion. in 1
hour,  47  minutes and  14  seconds.
London, Nov. 2:l.���Mrs. S. 11. StOTT,
one "i the mosl beautiful society women et England, discovered a burglar
in her apartment in the magnificent
country place of the storr's Gorse
hall, at Duklnfli 1.1. Cln shir, . Mrs.
. with great pi ��� bi nei ol mind.
. 'a , ,' in on him almo I before h''
realized that she bad seen bim. Hack
ami forth they struggled, and after a
terrific   fight   Mrs.   Storr   wrestled   the
revolver from the time's band.     Mr.
Sinn, atiin.ied bj the n Ise, dashed
1 hi wife's ai'l. 'er b , ... in. had
osed  in   on   the    robber  the  lattei
New Westminster Land District, District of New Westminster.
1 Take not i.e tliat William Garland
McQuarrie, of New Westminster, B-.
C, occuaption, barrister at law, intends to apply for permission to par-
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the shore of Welcome Pass at the
Southwest, cornel of Lot 147S. groap
1. New Westminst, i district, thence
easterly following the soutb boundar yof said Lot 1 ITS, 40 cbains more
or less to the westerly boundary of
Timber Limit S.S.TSfS. ' thenee s.iiith
along the said westerly boundary of
said Timber Limit 38,783, 40 chains
more or less to the southwest corner
ma n
would
chiini
WOULD  REGUL/,TE  SALARIES
OF  PRO.  HOCKEY  PLAYERS
of
such.
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Keep Your Mouse Warm \
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel ���
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS. ���
'AMES & McCLUGHAN
G��OD SECOND-HAND COOK STOVES FOR SALE CHEAP.
ust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
ottawa, n,,v. 23.-The pn;i->
Hockey club intends to Introduce at
the nexl meeting of the Eastern La-
nadian   Hockej   association a  resom.
,io���  which  is aimed  toward  Pacini
the union on a better business basis
I,   will   provide   toi    the  regulation
players' salaries for a limit on
and for the Belling, buying and trading of players, such as is done m Un
National.  American  and   Kastern  baseball  leagues, a lime limil  of course to
ll  pu, ;,���  in  each  case.      Something
like  this  was moved  lasi  year, bui  11
did not get much headway, other than
the insertion In the constitution el ���'
clause   bv   which   players  are  not.  allowed to Jump from one team to another.      It is understood that all tne
clubs are unanimously In favor ot it. |
they realizing at last, the neeess   y ot ,
protecting   themselves.   Bruce   fetu.    ;
Who  has  practically  closed  W tli11
Ottawas, will receive, It is said. S ''"" ,
for   his   services,   the   highest   salar
ever paid any other player but   lom,
Phillips, now of Vancouver, who extracted    that   amount    from Ottawa,
three  seasons    ago.      Stuart    is no
signed, but an agreement, lt Is1 said, |
has been reached with the Wanderers
right  along.      Rtnfrew    officers are |
very hopeful of being aduiltted to the
E. C. H. A.
Jeff Visits Old Folks.
Columbus, O.. Nov. 23.���James J.
Jeffries spent Sunday at his mrtn-
place in Carroll, Ohio, where he met
his father, mother and sister, who accompanied him to Springfield today.
Mrs. Llthia Rotzel, who was run
down yesterday ln Akron by an automobile containing Jeffries, his manager, and Fred. Works, the noted au-
toist, Is said to be improving today
It is not likely that any arrests will
be made.
Attell Bents Jimmy Moran.
Memphis. Tcnn . Nov, 23.���Abe Attell. featherwelghl champion of the
world, was given the decision over
Jimmy Moran of Brooklyn in an 8-
round contest  last night.
Sir  Thomas   Will   Challenge.
Queenstown.   Nov.   'J:'.     Sir  Thomas
l.ipton, who    arrived    on    board the
I steamer    Lusltanla   yesterday, again
.announced to  the  waiting newspaper
'men his decision to challenge for the
honor of America's cup In 1911, I""
vided the New York club would permit the race to bi   Balled under universal  rules.
stabbed him fatally.     The   Intruder | of 8aId -Timber Limit .thence easterttf
'-'m "  A'1'1 ' following the soutb  boundary of said
~ 1 Timber Limil 30 chains more or less
to the shore of Halfmoon Bay. thenee
southerly, westerly and northerly
along the shore of Halfmoon Bay and
Welcome Pass to point of commencement containing'one hundred and *Ax-
ty (160 aeres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Agent for William Garland McQo��
rie.
Dated, November 23rd, 1909.
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SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME.
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds with.
In the railway belt in British Colum
hia, may be honaesteaded by auy per-
-on wiio is tha sole head of a family
or auy male over 18 years of age, 10
ihe extent of one-quarter section ol
1U0 acres, more or less.
Lntry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district
In which the land ls situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, bo made on
certain ' conditions by the lather,
mother, sou, daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to perform the conditions connected there-
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I fn-
tend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for tho City of
New Westminster for a renewal ��if
license to sell liquors by retail on
the premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, situate on McKenzie street,
corner Clarkson, in the said City of
New Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Nov. 16, 1909.
Skating Unloi Will Meet.
Montreal. Nov. 28, - President Louli
Rubinstein of the International Bkat-
ing union of A.merlca, has called the
anuual meeting of the unioo for December Ll, In Chicago. During the |
progress of the meeting .'in effort will
be made to formulate some proposi-1
tion to the International Skating
union of Europe, whereby an under-
standing may be reached which will
eventually result  in a standardization 1
of figure skating between competitors
from either country.
WE SOLICIT YOUR
TY COBB  PLEADS  GUILTY
TO CHARGE OF ASSAULT
Cleveland, O., Nov. 23.���Ty Cobb,
the sensational outfielder of the Detroit Americans, wns today fined |100
and costs for stabbing' Watchman
Stanohfleld, of the Hotel Euclid, several weeks ago.
Cobb pleaded guilty to assault and
battery.
The court suspended sentence to
allow Cobb time to get money to pay
the fine.
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Place your insurance in an office that makes insurance its principal business, and be sure that it is
attended to promptly.
Bad Mauling for a Perth Swain.
Perth,  Nov.   23.���While    returning
home  with a  lady one evening last
week a young man was rather severely handled by three unknown    men,
who rolled him ln the road, tore his
clothing  and   finally  left  him  blindfolded, with a handkerchief. The point
j at which the assault was made ls very
' dark, and he ls unable to give a definite  description  of any  of  his  assailants  save  one.    An  arrest    may
follow.
ALFRED   W.   IVIcLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAV.
N0VEMBER 24,
r//�� OPPOSING RAIL WA Y POLICIES
of the Government and the Provincial Rights Parties
in the Interior.
i PUBLISHED BY  COURTESY
IE SATURDAY SUNSET..i
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Headers are earnestly requested to
Carefully study the above map. It
shows the routes to be adopted by
the opposing parlies after present
election. The line starting aolng the
North Thompson river on the north
biink. following down the river and
erosslnt;    between   Ashcroft    ;ind   the
Bpence'a Bridge and thence down to
Hope is the C. N. R, the bonds of
which are to he guaranteed to the
extent of 185,000, il the McBrlde Government Is re-elected. The other line
alongside ll ls the C. P. It.
The Kettle  VaUey  line ls the  zig
zag black line from Penticton to Merritt where it connects with the C.
P. It.
It will be seen that this line does
not touch Princeton conl, that ll is
many miles from Granite Creek coal
ntid that it gives no connection between Aspen Grove nnd Nicola, There
is nothing in the McBrlde policy to
provide for any of these connections.
Neither Is ihoro any short connection
across the Hope Mountains. Penticton by the Kettle Valley route is 360
miles from Vancouver. By the Opposition  policy it  would be only 241
miles.   Princeton, which Is nol touch-
'''^'^'V.. would, by, hn Opposition policy, be 150 miles from Vancouver,   Granite Creek coal would be
.md Keremeos 195 miles. \n these
would be brought Into touch with
Vancouver.
The Opposition Is not opposed to
the construction of the Kettle Vallev
nor of aiding it hy subsidy, tis vera
much to favor of it, It provides paS
of the Hope Mountain link which the
opposition   is  eommittei   t���
Note where the dotted line touches
the Kettle Valley line on the Coquo-
halla. That Is Just 1.7 miles. The
Opposition will build that link, and
give the Kettle Valley, the C. P. R.,
the V. V. & 10. and all other roads
running rights over it. THAT LINK
IS THE KEY TO THE SITUATION.
By it the can control freight rates
to any part of Southern Brltsh Columbia. The V. V. (_ D. would he
only too glad to build from Pilncton
where the line Is now completed, to
the junction of the K. V. and the Government line. Thus the whole of the
Southern Similkameen, the Boundary,
the Okanagan. the Kootenays, would
be connected up at one stroke and
the province would be In absolute
control of the freight situation.
The heavy line from Kamloops to
Nicola Is the proposed G. T. P. line.
That line might he extended to Hope
hy following the route of the K. V.
up the Coldwater nnd going down the
Coquohalla, but If the K. V. is bulli
that will not he necessary as the G.
T. P. can secure running rights over
the K. V. to the Government line and
thus come Into Hope.
The G. T. P. Is willing now to en-J
ter into a contract to bdW from Te��
Jaune Cache and to ^ ��' , ,lCt is
struction  as soon as the
'^Provincia, Rigbts par*rta-f
opposed to the coming of the \ |t
It wants tbeC, N. R. t. ^" ��� whlr���
wants It to conic on a n. ,vlli,.|i
will be fair to British C ��m^iBtanrn
will return value for."������_.,,,,. pot
given to it.    inder t lie - . .������!
icy we get a maxlinum of HaD    . c���n.
a minimum of el.heB.uUi!;.   m,
trol  of rates,  in fact an
control. l''**"
wed*esd
Ay NOVEMBER  24,  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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New Westminster, Awake!
Grasp the golden opportunity that will be yours
on November 25th and swell the Liberal majority of
the Province by returning
ALDERMAN JOHNSTON
as your representative in the next Provincial Parliament.
VICTORY IS CERTAIN.
The country, to a man, is against the "wild and
unconsidered" railway policy of only a part of the
late Conservative administration at Victoria.
FALL IN LINE
and accomplish for New Westminster and the South
a removal of the iniquitous tolls on the bridge, that
taxes our food, and VOTE FOR JOHNSTON TO
SUPPORT JOHN OLIVER at Victoria for the betterment of British Columbia.
VOTE FOR
ALDERMAN JOHNSTON
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESD^ NOVEMBER M|
PUKS GOODS .IAS
Cowan's p*r*��ction Cocoa
(Mapl* Lta/ Lab��l)
Cow^an's
MilK Chocolate
Cr��qu*U��*. W_J*r_. U*tdelU*oe. tte.
Cowan's CaKe Icings
ZVTRT GROCII K1EPS TEEM
��� THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
CALLED WIFE NAME WEAPONS OF AMI
WITH HIS FINGERS      SOPEBOi TO DEFENSE
Divorce  Grantea a   Deaf  Mute  Couple    E^:_
Who  Could  Not  Get Along
Together.
ents   by   French   Wa'   Depart-
Sta Tnat Armor Cannot
,'. -.~_-.2-_i Shells.
5t   L   lis
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Nov. 22��� A divorce waa      Paris. N>   22���A       ���- . Utte 0 .
Judge Wlthero yesl rd sopoii     battleship Jena
LEATHER GOODS
THE   LATEST  STYLES   IN    HAND    BAGS,   COLLAR   EAGS.   CLFF   BOX ES. CARD CASES, CARD
SETS, BILL BOOKS. ETC.,     ETC.        SEE    OUR
WINDOW  DISPLAY.
In ��� e Circuit Coun to Mrs. Nannla
a.   cioa:   ... .������     fro:;. .'  -���.���;���:
Burns,   o:   G   -:..'     I Ity,   111., also  a
���  mute, or. ihi- test! .   U al
A   vroinan   interpreted   the     tt sti-
mony.    Mrs. Burns told, by wo: : 1
hand, of an attack on her las; Q I
mas Day by her husband becaus-  sl ���
told him he ought to go to work.   She   :��� -
s_ud, in the .... :--iiguage, tha- Burr.-   .
choked her and attacked her with a
butcher-knife.
Edward c bah and Mrs Man Boy-
LUtes testified that they wit..t;s
ed t!.. Christmas Day episode. Mrs
Burns said her husband called her
names with his fingers, but she did
not specify the names.   Her husband.
I with the greatest se-
���..-. outlines the general
���    -     ���> that at:.,    s
calibre  proven
to t       lefenc*
tides often   pierced   thi
was   too
Thi   anror  never
I     ;��� whicn   struck
���ii-ients  are   considered
; ed  that  the whole
:.. ��� be protected with armor of
-     ngth.   In this respect the
claims superiority for
��� rj class of warships over the
; .  ��� 1 lass.
.   .- ilts also show that   future
.. ships ought to have their
I d : secondary batteries mon-
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
L 0. O. F��� AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular mepting of this Kxige
are heU in Oddfellows' hall, Cwnar
von street, every Monday evening
at S o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. rec. secy.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASEB LODGE NO. i
���Meetings tiie firsta ud third Tuesday In each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room. A. 0. D. W. hail, Odd
fellows' llock, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, 1.0.i
���Meets the fourth    Friday   In   the
month  at    8  o'clock,  la  the  sman
b .:   Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAOLhii,
A-rie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p.m. in the fc_agles'
hall. Columbia street. J. N. Altch
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofie.d, Secra
tary.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
said, had a disposition that was
.:.   .nipatible  with    hers.    She    also i . armored   and    the   ships
.rged  desertion.   They  have  three   - irry a larger supply of am-
children, all of whom are vocally and   1 They .-hould have a miai-
orally normal.    When  the  court  an-   m speed   of   20   knots,   and   their
tiounced that decree was granted to
Mrs. Burns, the interpreter informed
her of the fact, and    she    signalled,
' ::._.:._:  you "
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$5.75   per  Bb..
TERMINAL $5.25   per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR    >4-50 per Bbl.
i McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
THEY   SING
LUSTILY,
BUT  HAVE TO  PAY
_���   should be from 22.1.mo to 23,-
The cost  price of such  vessels
i   be  at   leas'.   65,000,000   francs
CITY   ELECTIONS.
PRONT  STREET.
New   WeitTantter.
Telephone 333.
Toronto. Nov. 23.���The large Mett
odis: churches    in Toronto    received
1  ��� ���       rd knocks    at  las; evening'?
meeting of the Epworth league biennial convention.
The trouble is that  they are too
ratic." said J. H. Gundy, speak-
.  . ol the unchurched districts in the
city.     "Their congregations will not
go ir.ro the slums and work.    Cons.e-
they will never know the tru,--
Iti    b       They  sing  ' i:c-e-c ie  tl 1
in  church parlors.- but do
eople no good."
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracttrreri  and  Dea.erg  in  AU Kma    ot
Lumber,    Lath,    Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash.   Doors, 4%
Interior Fini_.h,     I urned  Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FRONT  STREET
li the ; lace
:hand
1
100 DOZEN JELLY JAB
which we *ra offerln
7: ��� ���   -ire ne-*'.
V,'e t-iso have a splendl I largi
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
/inimals
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
for sale at a bargain
V.\- can't  b<-ein  to
have, but no matter what you
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
'��� 1 .::.   : 1   ?���        "Man   ' n  ''::���.  VY���."������
:ce is hereby given to the elec
e City of New Westminster
I  require the presence of    the
tors    at the City    Hall, on
...   the  Oth  day  of    December.,
���U o'clock a.m.. for the pur-
tlng    a    Mayor  and two
Trustees  for  the  year    1910,
���   12  o'clock  noon  of  the same
���  p in ��� . ���  ol eli. ting w ren
. Aldenni n for tl.e said .-
.
; nomination shall be as
: Each    candidate    shall be
: wi tting;    the  writing
il scrib   .    by two pi
��� r and seconder, who shall
I ill fled     ectors  and  r.
Ity, and such nomination
shall     contain   a    statement
by 1  ���   pi  wn nominated that
- ���'- to .- ach nomination,
lon papers shai] \..
���       Returning   Offlci 1   at
a: the date ol
���  and iin case of the Mayor .'md
istees) 12 noon
ll   .'. or ii
for 40c per doz   ������ men)   .   o'clock   p.m.  ol  the
lay.
e evei    of a poll being neces-
ich poll will be opened on the
day   oi 1909, at  9
k   a.m.,   and   will   remain   open
���  '     ���"��� p m. ol the san     ��� ���  !  ���
:
Cit)  r       the Fire Hall. 8appi r-
ton: and the Waterworks Storehousi
IOARD UF TRADE���NEW \\ EST-
n.inster B.^ard of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at _ r.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly nu-eting. C. H.
Stuart-Wad*, secretary.
EONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of f.
hall.      Chief. W. Suuierland.
I O. G. F.���ROYAL CITV LODirE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday even
ing at S o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Uliiey,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, p CJ. record-
in? secretary
T. J. TRAPP X CO. lid.
to buy or sell new
goods of any kind.
an.i
We
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
NO.  IT, A. F. and A. M.;   L. O. L.
No.  1150;  L. O. L.. No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 46vr 1. 0. p.; c. O.
F.   Court     Westminster.    No.   330;
Brotherhood  of Owls.  Nest  No.  29.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
��� Meats second and foi :.
Mondays a' 8 p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall.  Blackwood  St.
W. RICH
tatheca,  learning and  Ex-
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
tell you all  are       '  1  ���   rner ol Quebec and Eleventh   730 FOURTH  ST.
want.   ���-"������'-: of which every person is re-
em M.e and govern bim-
:coi dingly.
Given   under  my  hand  at  the City
Hall. New Westminster, the 24th day
of November, 1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Returning Officer.
PHONE   R52~.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Dorntr EightB St. ��na   fifti km**
PHONE 17a
���OWELL A ODDr, Proorntem
FOR FIRST
Job Printing
GO TO   :
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT   ST..  WINDSOR  BLOCK.
Proprien. bi, Mi -   '
T
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E           HOME         PAPER
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
Is
the   Paper   That   Pr :.'������    Ul
���IN���
Lhe      Home      News
THE        DAILY          NEWS
The     Daily     Ne**
Westminster'*  Home  Paper.
10c   a   Week.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12
New Westminster
NEW
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
yo'j how It ls cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than i'- ia to purchase the poorer kind. We can pout to
buildings built with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Waistings
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Electric Railway Service I
Interurban Line.
Cars lor Vancouver and way
stations will run every hair
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car loaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
8unday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
Printed French Flannels.
These goods, while ; ng used  largely ror blouses in the
older countries for Bevi decadeB, have only within the lasl
few seasons attained ee of popularity on the American
Bide of the Atlantic.   1 year,   however,   the   demand Is
greater than ever and I now on    they    will be quite the
proper materials toi  : 1  winter wants.     Thej   make up
into nice dressy garm< ,i are more BUited to the climatic
demands for warmth '     n tin  lawn and other cotton materials
thal  have been in voj BU0{, ;i ]ong time.      We hav,. a
splendid assortment ol .rings   in   thes.-   In    a    varietj   of
flora] and polka dol di ,   .jg inches wide.   Per yard
65c
French Delaines.
Very popular and pretty, 30 and 32 inches wide. Yard
40c, 50c, 60c.
Embroidered Nun's Veilings
s
These are extremely pretty and effective for warm wals
Come in plain colors with   small  design,    silk  embroider)
saina color;   28 inches wide, per yard
75c
Printed Wrapperettes.
The designs in these are exceptionally  pretty  an!  are
distinct departure from the old wall    paper    designs hitherto
produced in these materials.     Neat stripes and plaids in cashmere finished wrapperettes.   30 inches wide, per yard.
20c, 25c.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes k,v/a-Mi^rt _*, ioov
THE DAILY NEWS.
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- e ase Hev. Mr. Brown
��� '��� ' I earers uol to pair and
''" >o refrain from casting their ple-
"snte ballol as iu that case the "'���
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ley had roted againsi it.
r |PV- Mi Brown described this as
5 i"'"i''! ������'��� but hoped for victory
despite it.
���'{r'v  '   S. il.ndeiBon occupied Hie
chair.
TIih foil .wing is the essay selected
,'  ""I   P     ���    at   the   Local   Option
���   the children  of  New
"estmii,..,
Local   Option.
,,''"':,i Optl  a  la  a  law   which  gives
Y[-  >'-     -1   British   Columbia    a
.""" '      ���  whether he wants li-
'iis niiinicipality Of not,
"I   the   people   are   seal
,.,.:"' '     n menl In Victoria, whose
1,,'a " ��� '���':>��� majority  is for Loral
-��� on' :    Iraft a    prohibition    law.
*her W'i   VVl"   llu,V('    uno,l"'1'     v",,'
thev
ish Columbia from lhe effectt ol al"
cohol    is 11 nol then huh- a ��top "as
put   to   this   tialli. '
In   Kansas  a  J'.i.ait   ileuu-a  hai  Ihk
en  place sinee Local option became
law        Last    \ eai     foi I)  nine    COUnllPB
did not semi an) criminals lo lhe prl
sons ami thirteen sent onh one each
Even   as   far   harK    In      hiSlOl')      BS
Charles the Second's reign, dm inr.
the plague ol the Blaok  Death, ii"-
doctors   warned   lliose   llllillaled   Iii   ill
cohollc drink thai they would i��' tlie
first Nli'llms, ami IIiIh Iii Inn. loilav
ill easel ol pneumonia ami othei 'I.1'1
geroui diseases,
It   not   only   0&U8GI   dainac.r   t.i   thS
outside of the body bul sum,, of the
Internal organi are Injured by it�� use
We leai ned In om Bohool Pnj liology
that it makes unhealth) ral
the heart, deadens thr
often causes Insanity
one of the wisest men In the world
once laid: "11 blteth like ^^^
and itlngeth like an sddei
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w iide   i.-i.'e.a.i,. d tha    .... ttvlousl.
Me    \;, 1. 1 lion
, .aa.       . iid   thai   a   '.>'��� 1   ftegll ���
had been madi With thi U '
r to exi lude Wiaiiee I In ----i- -
m,-m \i-.\^ r1.."1 and Bhow^d lhal ''"
cninpan;   �� ae    1 %. mpled    ft Oih laxfl
li,>u wiili,Mil :.m 1 aal\ 1,|\,,11 i\n,l (ill
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Mi   Bowsei had Bald thai lhi  lati 1
agreement  was a private &&_ made
all   |',.|,l mil v     "    LBOB       tl   "������>=  inli i
,,ainK  io note tn.H   '"""   n."   being
liill.    nan.    I ll la    dalo    heVei     ...���.....' 'I
Talking ttboui |okei this ������ one ol
the hugeal lokei evfcl spfttiig "<i lhe
province 1'hiH agt'eemeul t^ati Bald
1,, be oil  ni" i"  vi.'..'!������>   then  fchj
WIIH    It    UOl     bl Uiigtll     Wl.'  I ���     tl     '  .e'llel    '"
,:,,,ii      mi     UoWeei    salt)    llial  ""
��� lauBi t.i uol be pui Into I be bill
bei .mo" h would   be ii ""' "'
Otlawa Vei I." .ii=.. said llial ""
1 inn.;,��� would be pul i"i.. Hi" I ' "
nml Kettle Valley kgreeflietils, which
iii.-,n bad ti
( III 11 WII
pi
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envpi nm
-ni ai
.aa pMll
tlail/vai/   Pflllt /
Turning to the   i-iiiway
ilu, Liberal party,
Then ^^
people  win  sav  whether
lor^/1'"    '''lrt   l:uv   passed   und   en
'a f'i  not
luce |nSh l'"'"""lliil is the only prov-
'   I'oiiilnlon   that   has    not
trafflo 1!" a1'1'^ t0 ,r-v t0 Prohlbil the
ior,    Instead ot lighting
teallj  helped it by
'���"al licenses to hotel-keep-
cottiv   ' who ofl"n "'"'', li,rK''
thf.v'n;"' ;''    "    K"':n    rlHk'    f"r
'   know   that   lh-   man.    [.������'.-
���'������ the sale or intoxicat-
trying to free tbe t-.'inn
dav.  i,.' , '': ���'"��� liable to succeed any
Wade txposHS
Bowser Bunkum
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closely lot" the details of thi "i'i""
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upon the governmenl ut ���>���'  '"'	
Ifl  ,,,,),.,   ,��� s,a ���,.   its  'i" ' -''!-"���'"'
i;..t io double frack tht  '    P. ti. *
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rail vein lo glfft s "���' ���
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��et.tl��d nistr,-..- j . �� ttfte tto lir.'
I    . iid oppn  ap ne v 60 ���       ���     ���
rnment. And _h&t*\   ~   ���
M\r,--o of rod������,������ I freight
Thf  ic,'-*"--!'    "-'���' ���'    ' ���'��� ''] "y
nwHM ttt   t ;a..a    ������    Siftetettt
.  ���,-,   ihe   r.eui*Mv   poi;.-ea ;   .-.'   tttt      " '
parries.      The Nov Bh   I
amended  was 1 ,,.v   f_y   ���;���������.   vt, riride- ',���:������ . ;��� ���
"���ma skipped. Kumionp* <���... passed
uv and then the rail-wa-v ikmble-
Hacked the C.P.ft. down to rhe H'raser
���allev Keremeos, Princeton, Aspen-
��� .���.-> cite Tulameen. where great
.mner.il deposits rennired to
meiied up. were all left out
ivstem violated every principle or
railway DuUdlhg in i new e.iaiitry.
11 did not open new count ry. serve
old a>i 1 led emintry. or giv,' coinpeti-
"'_������ -.   -   .-i_,fi-  lahor on  rho * I tinn.      The    Oliver    policy   was not
^'T   t'. r"       -     i""������lnn  -"*-'���' '"   ^   ^^J^SR
                        '      , .   ,.:  ' .   ,      ���   aiim   r.Ht   (ovcrninent, because it. was the po"" y
���'���i^rilronirmon in        . .. . M .    | ivhlch ,hey themselves had said_wa,
wontd   _wem_m  nnd      ypT  \.f.- ...���;: >;"1 l,oft
'    FJS?��ZZ , VVuiuillV." without'ubem.: railway would open new coun.
lupporl of    his eon '���'  ri
governmenl had dor," nothing tor
laboring  mer      Mr   <<������
Mends voted, accordhkg lo
ords, ror concession i    - ���'
man, irl  Mr. McBride sad the
ernment    roted   it.   down.        VU��   K^"1"
'��� ���'       '' '"r'r     M'X ,��mle
voted   down   hy   the   ?',���'"'".>"      �����
the Liberals voted Un ' ������   '";
COSI   Mines   Ite, .   Ill -   ���'     1')
ir. down unit
���aloona,     '  '"' what- rft,,irn wHi ""'
������ for all this money
in fitting up bar-rooms^
'��� none.    liquor *eiiera  the government voted
Loca, �� '���!"" H "OM under >   Mr   o��v��  for ll       In  th* Kald*\nu*
<'><��� any ot.hfir purpose
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sioiis '������ the ' * "    "" """
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iiritpts Iihvp see I ��� '���'' iahdi to
nti lend '  I r " ���""'
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tritti   the   =   -i- ���""'   "'��� I	
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Pnir       Slllisldr       Oi ceo-mtef
' '"I   '-I    the   I" "riper-   ;il   one  time
lit fittotlipf hfis filth '  '������'���'  ihtd ""���
'���'U'mdoiif!   imiw   of   (he   6 P.&      ^fnV
"">��� have ti ttew sciiem- ih '���������""���'���
forth MtRefiite ami Maim ',, tUsktitii-
fPSStttflS from the province."
IU- aSkea the audience would If bo-
i|"ve what Mr. McBrlde find Mr.
Ho'Tser told them when they 96$
that nnythlng wrong with the C.N.ft.
contiiict would be fixed up after it
was signed. He knew them too well
to he sanguine, ot anything like
that.
The policy ot the McBride government had been to flght Ottawa. Thc
Dominion government has today provision made to grant over $11000 per
mile cash subsidies to over one thousand miles of railroad in British Columbia. Mr. Oliver's policy is to take
advantage of this arrangement.
These railroads would be built into
country not now served by competl-
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told th" I ihe  best,  only    abandoning it  *hfO
ii.uiesi   to 1 ordered to do so by D. D. Mann, ine
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it ls unequaled.
Clei.nses   and   purities.
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turn ia thl    lnh ll 1 rittci)'
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had no blai ���    ' " ai ��� nii-j rii������ d tt '    '
6  >'������������ ���  ��� ���    thl   Oi  pel bi    Pen
the    ''��� ���    Mi   Hi ���'���' '	
hi '������''��� ���' ll hi   ttftd thi  ���  i >'
thbiigiii  ���'- lil   tl "'"   did hoi '"'
thl'.   "���"    ��� ������!������ ������ '���'"���   ������ hi ������  thai  "'1(
lil Itttl  I i  1,1.  .1.    ' ... I.
lues ni tim Bible, frhlch at I-'- brolh-
������""������ I il ���' '    '������'���.��� and
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I  rlo tmi   hilr.nd  tn  dlSctlgsi the  VSf-
1 heeds Wtiifcti cdnltn theh  origin
ll!   the   Bnn|<   of   Books,   the   Blhle,  hut
I   rin   wish   fo   point   out   thai   'he   old
hook, th" fotihaatloti oi all sottn^ ,MW,
 ttOhS  the   ""���'   "f  Intoxicants;    l
take   '������ bnrid that n  ifhere *frfthin
the covers  of  the  bolj   hnnir, In   the
Bid  testament  01   the  new,  is ther;1
td '������   ' I   ���"       ��� e which may
il i- ���',   be   ' I    lhe  v is tov
the ��� "'-   ii pi Dhihitlon of the man-
nfiietnre   .'���' "���    of Intoiieating
be  ��������� ������'" ���        ' '      e- ���'���"iltruy   laws   Of
the bin   rl   ' ��� '"  I ��� 'rid In
lhi '" ��� ������' the ten eomtnand-iients, in
till   I    ���  Pf-WjiHetS, 'ind the laws
hi the "   ������   '      ������' '-re fo he found
a..1,   |fi  -a     g   ��� ,.,rif. on  the  Mount.
riie 1,11..     will    was   expressed
 >������������'���   alrtgeflc   ttiessages  and    the
friotille- "f Qttd fl Hfgli Priests and thus
hetarOe law. The nii-ine Inw was gfV
en thfotlgh tlifm. nnd ages passed he-
fore fhe fieleipe. yet In the strong de-
riarifiriti-ir; wfien he repented that he
i....i ...a^'-yi rrian ho'f one word therein signified fhat strona: drink was responsible for fhe violence, wickedness
and continual evil. The record says:
"But Noah found grace in thc eyes
of the Lord." and as we read through
Genesis, the 6th chapter, the story of
the Ark, etc., wherein at the 18th
verse he establishes a covenant upon
which (Gen. 7-5) "Noah did according
unto all that the Lor' commanded
him." The waters came, and destruction was upon the face of the earth
and at their subsidence "Noah only
remained alive, and they that were
with him in the Ark,"    ( Gen. 8-21).
Who will dispute that Noah was
the favored of God when he and his
seed had been chosen over all the
peoples of the earth to perpetuate life
after the  deluge.
Could it have been the Lord was
wrath because of drunkenness? Was
that a sin in those days'' There is
the undeniable assurance that "Noah
was a Just man    and perfect in his
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this whole question,         smoke    of battl
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and let th   publli   I   rd
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 lly   Writ.
v   ...    trfuly,
W. T. COOKSl.EV.
New Westminster, Nov. 23, lftoo.
Rear  Str   Charles   Hibbert  Tupper
at St. Patrick's Hall tonight at 8 p.m.
TO THE  RATEPAYERS OF  THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladles nnd Gentlemen, -In response to several large and Influential requisitions from thc electors of
the citj of Now Westminster, asking
me to again offer myself for the mayoralty, In view of tlie exteil'sive pub-
He Improvements now ln hand, and
proposed for the coming year. I feel
It my duty tn aeeede to the wishes
of the elector's 111 fhe premises, and
will therefore offer rrty-svlf as a candidate at  the forthcoming elections.
___ previously announced, it was
my Intention to withdraw from civic
politics at the end of the present
term, but the urgent wish ol so many
0f the ilectoi that I should continue
In office until the 'mproveim-'t program, with which I am familiar in
every detail, ls carried out, canape's
me to how to theh  wlsht I tt8 'n
seek your suffrages.
ff elected I pledge myself to devote
my very best energies toward protecting the welfare of the city, to
maintain the principles of civic government, and In every other possible
way advance the Interests of our
city.
Thanking   you.   ladles   and gentlemen, for your generous support In the
past, and  respectfully soliciting your
votes and Influence, I am,
Yours  very  incerciy,
W.  H.  KRARY.
New    Westminster,    B. C., Nov. 4,
1909.
TO THE  ELECTORS OF THE  CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladles and Gentlemen,���At the request of a very largo number of citizens and ratepayers 1 consented to
allow my name to be submitted to the
people for their support as Mayor of
New Westminster for the year 1910.
My policy has been, is, and will be
wholly one of progress and In the interests of all the people ot New Westminster. I will discuss issues through
the campaign and ask your careful
consideration of all questions.
Polling day December ISth, 1909.
JOHN A. LBII; I
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PAGE  TEN.
THE DAILY NEWS.
A pure, wholesome,
FcFiaMe Grape Cream ol
Tartar Baking Powder
Hie cream of tartar ased in Dr. Price's Baking
I ow'tier is hi iiie exact form and composition in
which h occurs in the luscious, healthful grape.
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aiii adds to the health-
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JVo A. lum  -M Jfo time
ThosphaU\
AS OTHERS SEE IT.
Discovering the Truth.
The news from the Interior indicates a remarkable change in public
opinion since the proposed railway
agreemenl has been explained by Opposition speakers. The visit of Mr.
Oliver and Mr. Wade to the constituencies throughout the interior and
the speech of Sir Charles Hibbert
Tupper at Revelstoke have stripped
the mask from the face of the Government policy. Mr, .McBride and Mr.
Bowser have done their cause harm.
They have antagonized hundreds, and
the voters are anxiously awaiting the
arrival of Election Day to record
Iheir votes lor the Opposition candidates. Mr. Bowser has made himself
especially odious hy his failure to
meel the charge thai be drew up the
Gotoh Oriental labor contract. Aftei
the contract was drawn up, did ehq
repair to the Province office and tei
the editor that it was the Q. T. P
company which proposed to bring in
the Eastern horde'.' Mr, McBride is
everywhere censured for his Heat-
menl of Mr, Tatlow and Mr. Fulton,
whom he is said to have allowed only
twenty minutes to consider the agiv���������-
ment and approve of it or gel out.
They got out. of course, it is well
known that the Premier was jealous
of Mr. Tallow's popularity. The ex-
Minister of Finance was regarded as
a thoroughly safe man���careful, prudent, industrious and painstaking. He
introduced a system of keeping puhlic
accounts that gave people confidence
in his ability. He was looked upon
as the hest man in the Government,
aad the Premier marked blm for
slaughter more than a year ago. No
other course was open to Messrs.
Tatlow and Fuiton at the present
Juncture. In leaving the Ministry they
acted honorably and well, and their
act of self sacrifice will not be forgotten.���Vancou ver World.
Canadian   Northern   rates.���Winnipeg
Free Press.
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IM'.
Manitoba and C. N. R. Rates.
Premier McBride with Conservative
candidates ln  the  held taking    their
stand   against   the   railway   policy   of
his Government, and with Sir Charles
Hibbert Tupper on the stump dealing
heavy blows at that policy, is having
his own   troubles.     Me    has    staked
everything on the belief that the people of British  Columhia. in  their joy
at the prospect of having another railway  system   come  into  the   province
will rush gladly to the polls to. give
the .McBrlde Governmenl  a renewed
lease of offlce, without stopping to examine the terms of the deal made by
the Government   with  the  Canadian
Northern.
Sir Charles Hlbberl Tupper im*
been dissecting thai deal on the puhlic  platform,   and   exhibiting   its  true
Inwardness. According to his statements it is worse than the deal made
by the Government of this Province
with the Canadian Northern which is
certainly very severe. But he backs
up his assertions by setting forth the
actual   details  nf  the  deal;     and    It
would appear probable that such forcible  and  telling  speeches  as   he  is
making cannot  be  without  effeel  on
the result of the voting on Thursday.
It Is to be noted, however, that in his
comparison  of  the   McBrlde   Government's deal with the Hoblln Government's deal, Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, through  misinformation, is milking a mistake which unjustly heightens the  contrast   between  the  Manitoba deal,  und  the  proposed  British
Columbia deal.
He says  that  Premier  Roblin   has
control of rates    on    the    Canadian
Northern, and hns exercised that control  to secure  a  reduction  of    four
cents per hundred pounds in the grain
rates since February, 1901, The truth
is, of course, that the grain rates from
every point In Manitoba west of Winnipeg are one cent per hundred  lbs.
higher than the rates which the Roblin Government  ls empowered to  Ax
under  the   statute   passed     by     the
Manitoba Legislature  in  1901   ratifying the deal with the Canadian Northern.    This  reduction   the  farmers  of
Manitoba were solemly promised; but.
Premier Roblin now declares that the
Province has no control whatever of.
Agent for Mackenzie & Mann.
It is hard to know whether the superb audacity shown by Premier McBride of British Columbia is more to
be admired or blamed.   He has made
arrangements which, lf they are carried out,  will lead to the opening of
large  areas of the province  by  railways, and no doubt it is reasonable
enough   that   before   engagements   Of
such magnitude are essented to by the
Legislature the people of British Columhia   ought   to   be   consulted.     But
on the other hand it  must be noted
that  he goes into an election contest
practically  as the business  agent   of
.Mackenzie & Mann and of the C. P. R.
committed   to  the  advocacy  Of  plans
of much importance to both organizations.    What he says,  with  unblushing  frankness,  in   his  appeal   to  the
electors,  is  that Mackenzie  &  Mann,
having now constructed their railway
to  a   point  a  hundred   miles  west   of
Edmonton, and being desirous of getting   through   to   the   coast,   Will   accept from the British  Columhia Governmenl a guarantee of four per cent
interest   on   $35,000   a   mile   for   the
whole   route.    The  remainder,   whatever it  may be, and they say it may
run  to  $15,000 a mile,  Mackenzie  &
Mann agree to find. This interest guarantee will cover probably six hundred
miles.     Anyone  at   all   familiar  with
the   railway  position  in  Canada  will
, see  at   once  the  tremendous  importance  of   the  new   agreement   to   the
Mackenzie-Mann system, which up tt
now  has  had one  foot  at   Edmonton
and  the  other at  Port  Arthur,  with
stray   hits  iu  Ontario,    Quebec    and
Nova Scotia waiting to be linked up-
The  deal   with  Mr.  McBride   will  put
the road through to ihe Paclflc, the
one step  which promised  mosl   difficulty  and  which  was  most  essential
if the Canadian Northern  was really
,to  take  rank  as  a    transcontinental
1 road.    With this much accomplished,
all   that   would  remain   would   be  to
build around Lake Superior, to make
an arrangement with one of the other
1 roads,   and  the  transcontinental   project  would be in a fair way  to com
pletlou.    It is not necessary to    say
( more to suggest to the reader of ave-
: rage intelligence the interest the cor-
poration  will have in the election of
��� Mr.  McBride and his party, the form
j thai  interest may take, or the ease
: with   which   the  corporation   will   be
! aide to get its way when the neces
sary measures actually come before
the newly-elected Legislature. In Hie
famous election of 190-1, Mr. Borden,
harried hy similar influences, felt it
to be due to his position as a possible
Prime Minister to announce in advance that in the event of success at
the polls he would consider himself
unpledged, to anyone, about anything.
Mr. McBride shows no hesitation
about adopting precisely the opposite
course.���Montreal Herald.
Why Capt. Tatlow  Resigned.
Captain Tatlow, the electors of the
province will be pleased to learn, has
rejected the advice of those who pro-
fr darkness to light because their
deeds will not admit of scrutiny in the
light. He has conceded the princ/ple
that the public is entitled to know-
why he left the Government.
Captain Tatlow, however, being a
life-long Conseravtive as well as a
strong personal friend of the Premier
with whom he was associated for six
years as Finance Minister, feels that
to take the public platform and lay
the facts before the electorate, which
he could not do without advancing
the strongest reasons for defeating
the Government, would seem like an
act of ingratitude towards his former
political associate and colleague. But
he concedes that he owes this much
to the puhlic; that if any man asks
him why he resigned from the Government he is In honor bound as a
well-wisher of the province of British
Columbia to lay the facts unreservedly anel fully before the inquirer.
' go the ex-Finance Minister, in the
discharge of a public obligation, has
gone as far as he conscientiously
could.    *    *    *
Captain Tatlow resigned because he
, considered the deal with the Canadian
' Northern Railway company 'ill-advis-
I ed, outrageous, and a menace to the
'credit of British Columbia. As the authority hest qualified to give an opinion upon the subject, he believes thai
the strain will prove greater than the
finances of the province can bear. He
da. s not take the position of the self
interested supporters and uniformed
defenders of the Government's policy
that the treasury will never be called
upon to meet the guarantee proposed
to be given. He assumes from the
known facts as to the nature of the
country through which the line will
run and from experience ln former
dealings with railway companies that
the province will he compelled to meet
every  cent   of its  so-called   nominal
^^^0VEMBER 24j i909 |
liability and that the effect cannot
but  be  ruinous    to provincial credit.
Thai is one reason why Captain
Tatlow says he resigned. There are
other reasons for his startling action. He says he was never consulted
on the subject of the contract or
agreement signed hy Mr. D. D. Mann.
The question was never brought up
In council. Neither he nor Mr. Fulton
knew that negotiations were being
carried on between the Premier, the
paid agent of the Canadian Nori hern
Railway company in the province and
Mr. D. D. Mann on the subject. The
first Intimation he received that a'i
agreement had been entered into with
Mr. 0. D. Mann was on the evening
before he placed his resignation In
the hands of the Premier. On that
occasion Mr. McBride read the document over to the Finance Minister
and brusquely told him he could "either take it  or leavi' it."    *    *    *
The significant thing is lhat Captain Tatlow, after pondering over 'bo
situation and Its possibilities for one
night, handed in liis resignation the
next morning, Mr, Fulton followed
his example.
And the really important feature of
the sitution frtmi the point of view
of  the public  Is that  the only    two
members of lha n    ~  ,
^���*^&?7?***_
Belf-lnterest can i���   ,    "J"!***
��f best informed �����   // "* tw
"S0l"-��-s   of ti���     | ,.��.,"'e (inanely
"���0,�� their positi,,,,.1"   ."-���   nti,,.
��ome Parties to a IL<^V **t_ b*
2E���� ^JSaWfW
^^a^Tatl0WMd
fttect when the electors '""'""t ����
Recast their ballots ' T���the pr<*
Victoria Times. a rhursday.���J
Hear  Sir   Charles
^ St. Patrick's h:^���''!^'
H bbi
Canadian Pa<
jf'c Railway Co,
British Columbia Coast Ll
Service.
ne
TIMETABLE
ANCOUVER
Electors of New Westminster:
HEAR
Sir Charles Hibbert
Tupper
St. Patrick's Hall
TONIGHT,
Wednesday, November 24.    Chair
to be taken at 8 P.M.
Nominations Throughout the Province.
District
Conservative
Jberal,
Atlin   ...
Alberni
Cariboo I
��� )
Chiiliwack    ..
Comox   	
Cranbrook
Cowichan    ...
Columbia   ..
Delta    	
Dewdney  . . .
Esquimau   ...
Fernie   	
Greenwood   ..
Grand  Forks  .
Islands	
Kamloops   ...
Kaslo	
Lillooet	
Nanalmo  ...   .
Newcastle   ...
Nelson	
Okanagan   ...
Revelstoke   ...
Richmond ...
Rossland  ....
Skeena  	
Saanich	
Similkameen ..
Slocan   	
Vancouver   (5)
Victoria (4)
Westminster ..
Yale	
Ymir   	
.. Young, Dr. fl. B, ...
.. Morgan, Dr.  A.  D.  .
.. Callahan, Dr	
Fraser. ,1. a	
. .  Cawley. S. A	
. .  Manson. \V	
. .   Cavan,   T	
.. Hayward, W. I-I. ...
.. Parsons, H. G	
..  MacKenzie. F. .1.  ...
.. Manson.  YV.  J	
. .  Ilelmcken, H. D.  ...
..  Ross, W. R	
. . Jackson,  J.   R	
..  Miller, E	
.. McPhilllps, A. B	
.  Shaw, C. P	
. Mackay,  N.  F	
.  Bell, Jas	
. Planta, A. B	
. Stewart, J. ....
. Wright,  Harry   ...   .
. Ellison, P	
. Taylor,  T	
. Cotton, F. L. C	
.  Braden,  W.   R	
,  Manson, M	
.  Bberts,  D.   M	
. Shatford, L. W	
.   Hunter, W	
.  Bowser,  W.  J	
Macgowan, A. H. B.  .
McGuire, Dr	
Watson, H.  H	
Tisdall. C. E	
McBride, R	
Davey, Fred	
Behnsen, H. F. W.   ..
Thomsou, H. B	
GilTord. T	
McBrlde, R	
Schofleld, J. H.  ...'..
Other Parties.
��� ���  Reams,   Thos.   .
��� ��� Brewster, ll. c.
. - Jones,   Harry   ',,
��� ��� Yorston, J,  m.
��� ���   Munro,   C.   \\\
.. Forrest, j. .\|,.'Kt
��� ���  King, Dr. J. H.
��� ���  Evans, J, \.
��� ��� Buchman, ,1. a. '.
��� ��� Oliver. John . .'.'
��� Thompson,  ,\.
��� Jardine,   John    .
��� Fisher, A. I.
. MacDonald, A.".'..
��� Patterson, D.
��� Purvis, p.
. Vasey, H. M.'..',
��� Keen, J	
. Eagleson, M. ...
��� Thomas, J.   .'.'.'
��� Crease, Ha.
��� Dehart, f. r. .'.'.
��� Lindmark, E. F.'
. Farris. J. W. .
��� English, Dr. J.''.
��� Kergen, W. T.
��� Brydon, T. s.
��� Elimhurst,  E. C.
��� .Harris, J. c. (Lib.
Wade, F. C.
Senkler, J. k. .
Campbell, J.
Macdonald, G. E.
Stables,  J.   B,
Ollver, John .
Drury. R, L.
Houston, W.
Munn, H. A.
Johnston, J.
Henderson,
Late   Member.
Duncan, \V.  (Con. Ind.)
Cartwrlght, J. (Soc.)   ..
Harrington, J. (Soc.)
Heatherton,   G.   (Soc.)
Mclnnes, John (Soc.)  .
Hawthornthwaite, J.  (Soc
Williams, P.  (Soc.)   ...   .
Mathewson, J. (Soc.)  ...
Johnson, Jas. (Soc.)  ...   .
Kempster, G. H.   (Soc.)   .
Ind.)
K.
ir!'
Bennet, C. W. (Soc.)  ..
Kingsley, E. T. (Soc.) ..,
Mackenzie, W. M. (Soc.)
McGregor, M. (Soc.)  ...
Garvey,  P.   (Soc.)   ...   .
Pettiplece, R. P.  (Soc.)
Oliver, George (Soc.)  ...
Morley, A. J. (Ind.)  ...
Dodd, W. (Lab.)   ...   ..
Oliver,'A. M. '(Soc.)  ',',',
��� ��� ��� Young, Hon. 11. B. (Con.)
- - - Brewster,   H.   C.   (Lib.)   .
. . .Jones, H.  (Lib.)   	
.. . Yorston, J. M.  (Lib.)   ...
. . . Munro, C. W.  (Lib.)   ...
,. -Grant, R.  (Con.)   	
. ..King, Dr. J. II. (Lib.)  ...
...Hayward,  W.  H.  (Con.)   .
.. .Parson, H. O.  (Con.)   ...
...Oliver, J.  (Lib.)   	
...Manson, W. J. (Con.) ...
..Jardine, W. J. (Lib.) ... .
..Ross, W. R. (Con.) ... .
..Naden, G. R. (Lib.) ... .
..Mclnnes, J. (Soc.) ... ,
...McPhilllps, A. E. (Con.) .
. .Fulton, P. J. (Con.) ... .
..Mackay, N. F. (Con.) ... .
. .Eagleson, M. (Lib.) ... .
). Hawthornthwaite, J. (Soc
..Williams, P. (Soc.) ... .
..Hall, Dr. G. A. B. (Lib.)  .
..Ellison, P. (Con.)	
..Taylor,   T.   (Con.)   	
..Cotton, F. L. C.  (Con.)   .,
..Macdonald, J. A.  (Lib.)   .,
..Kergin,  Dr.   (Lib.)   	
..Bberts, D. M. (Con.)  ...  .
..Shatford,  L.  W.   (Con.)   ..
..Hunter, W.   (Con.)   	
. .Bowser, W. J. (Con.) ....
.. Macgowan, A. H. B (Con
..Talow, R. G. (Con.) ....
..Garden, J. F. (Con.) ....
. .McGuire, Dr. (Con.) ... .
..McBrlde,  R.   (Con.)   ...   .
. .Davey, F. (Con.)  	
..Behnsen,   H.   P.   W.   (Con
..Thomson, H. B. (Con.) ...
..Gifford, T. (Con.)  	
..Henderson, S. (Lib.)  ...  .
��� Schofleld,  J.  H.   (Con.)   ..
)
victoria
route.
Seattle!
S.S.   Princess
.ouver il   p.m.
Victor
���)
na leaves Vau-
i       ���   ,,        -        .   SOing     ll :Ct   a.  a���,,
U> dally excapt Wednesday * Seat"
B.8.   Charm, r   leaves   \ in'couv.  ���
-m��� dally for Victoria er l
SS.  Princess Charlo
.ouver,  in a.ni. dailj
or Victoria.
1   'eavea Van. I
Friday.!
S.S. Trader win leave Victoria tori
New Westminst,.,- ewsrj Tuesday
Leaves New WaBtmln I r on W��U
nesday. '   u*>
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S, Tees.
Leares Victoria U p.m. 1st and H J
vaeh  month   toi   Quatsino and   warl
ports;   twentieth  of  earh  month ll
Ahcuset,  Quatsino,  Cape    Scot) anil
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver  _  p m. dally, ei|
cept Sunday.    Leaves Nanalmo at
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princvss Koyal, Leaves Vanoouvej
une 2u and July ;i.
Princess May leaves Vancoim|
une IS and July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves \ iincouvej
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SEHVICE.
SS.   Quean   Cit;.   Lav.-    Vancouvjl
June 11 and 27, an.l every two ��<*k|
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.  Beaver.
From   x^w   Westmlnsti:    .\innwj|
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a m
From Chiiliwack Tuefi lay, ..      I ���/
nnd Saturday at 7 a.m.
For   reservations   anl   Information
icall or address
KH.  GOULET,
Agent, New Wis'minster]
C.  B,   FOSTER,
Asst. Gen.  Pass. Agent, VancouTef|
J. W. TKOI P,
General Superintendent victoria
Grand Trunk Ry |
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,]
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston
And all the principal business eentersoB
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAKI-I
TIME PROVINCES. ���
| Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.j
For Tims Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VA-X
Assistant Gen'l Passenga ..';,i Ticket'
Agent, 185 Adams St.. Chi��wi
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND vol' 0VKR|
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Eight Trains Every Day in the V<*r|
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LtD'
Emhodles the newest and best Itiea^
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliant
ly illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private oompart-
ment cars, standard 18 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair oars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or nny
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, S������le. W��'h.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columnt of THE DAILY
NEWS.   Ths Morning P��per- lilt
V -h-
ESDAy, NQVMEBER 24, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Leather
Novelties   in
Goods at
MOREY'S
just the thing for sending away.
BIG   BOCK   STORE.
655 Coluoibia Street.
Westminster
{Transfer Co.
ItiBce 'Phone 118.      Barn  'FUone 137
Columbia  Street.
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Pan  V.
jof  the  "Water  Act,  1909,"  to  obtain
a license in the Westminster Division
' of Westminster District.
i
(a).     Tbe name, address arid occu-
| pation of the applicant is the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
its bead  offlce at the city of  Vancouver, British Columbia, and having a
capital   of  $2,500,000  divided  Into  2,
j 500,0110 shares of $1.00 each, all fully
I paid up,
ib). The name of the bike, Btream
; or source is .Suicide Creek, flowing
'into the Nlcomen Sl..nub In Dewdney
'district, about three and one-half
[miles east of Dewdney station on the
Canadian  Paciflc Railway.
Ic). Tbe point of diversion Is
about eight miles up sui.'ide Creek
from the point where Suicide Creek
intersects with the Canadian Paciflc
Railway.
id). Tbe quantity of watei' applied
for 66 cubic feet per Becond.
iei.   The character ol the propo e |
works is tlie diversion of said creek
by means of dam, dia a. flume, natui
al  waterways. tunneU    ��� . .  pi s, and
the     establishment    la    connei 11
therewith of a water i ow. r plant foi
the generation of ele. ! Icltj  tor  m< ���
! chanical, industrial    an I commei cl
| purposes and particularly in the o
ation  of  motors,  mai him  y, t b
lighting,  th,.  operation  ol   tramways
( and other works for v. h cl     ich light,
heat ami power,   are    suitable   and
I available.     The   premisi i on which
tlu-  water is to be used i    a powi i
bouse io be constructed In Township
Twenty-one   (21),   Dewdney   district,
aboul  two miles north ol  the Canadian  Paciflc    Railway,    ii'-iir Suicide
Creek.
(g). The purposes tor which the
w: ter Is to be used is to generate
electric power, light and heat for
traction, lighting, heating, raanufac-
l hiring and all and evi i \ ind istrial
i j or other purposes to which it may be
applied.
ii |,   If the water is t.i be used for
j power or mining    purposi - describe
' the   place   where   the   water   is   to   be
, returned to some natural channel, and
j the difference    in    altitude  between
j.i.int   of    diversion  and   poim   of    return.     The water win be returned to
the bed of Suicide Crei I   al  oi   near
the  said   proposed    powerhouse,   the
difference  iti  altitude  bi Ing  approximately six hundred feet,
train i     (j),   Area of Crown laud intended
B        to be occupied b> the proposed works
Afternoon Express leaves 15:25 for   will nol i xceed 900 acres Inclusive of
i, |nciu ung   United   land i to b    submerg ���! by reason oi
��� i storage of water.
ik i.      This   untie,���  was  posted   on
the 3rd day of November, 1909, and
application will be made to the Com-
i mission, i  on the 10th day of December, 1909.
PAGE   ELEVEN.
I STEINHEIL TAKES
KEfUGE FROM WORLD
Enters   Sanatorium   to   Recover  From
Her  Health  Shattered in the
Recent Trial.
-.Mme. Steinheil has
I Nov. _._,-_	
;" h       :overed in her refuge.'     Sin
a  in   Dr.  Raffagean's  sanatorium,   in
Avenue des Page, at  Veslnet, be-
11 Paris and St. Germain.    There
���      tiled Mme. Dumont, and her
identity is known  only to Dr.  Raffa-
gean and one other person In the In-
; lon.     No visitor is aumiueu  to
'"'l       The    sanatorium    is    a  large
u0 ���-'     urrounded by a garden.    Tho
entrance is   through    a big gate, in
which is a peep-hole; no stranger can
i,l:    'i"' gate    now.     So   it  is not
known how long .Mme..steinheil will
remain in the sanatorium to recover
her  a. rves,    Probably   nol   long,   for
her t. a nds ar.. having madi   for her
of rather gay colors.
Heai
Sir   Charles    Hibbert  Tupper
it St. Patrick's Hall tonight at 8 p.m.
TEETH  FILLED
FOR TEN CENTS
Pi.'.' ���-���
any
lelivered   promptly
; art of the city.
to
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Daily Through First-
Passenger Service
'!   ' ' jj   Expi. ss   and   Seattle
I laves
|flitesi" ' ts   ;"   Paul and Bast
...      Loi a! leaves 17:"~>.
F r partlc ilars apply to
���  QOULET, "
C. P. R. Agent
Hamilton, Nov, 23.���The Board of
Ed ication Is making arrangements to
open a it, in ,1 parlar tor the care of
the teeth ��� : public school children.
The local de itists will give their ser-
free and provide the instru
ments, A nominal charge of ten or
flfti en ea nts a filling will be made to
remove tbe objection to charity.
JAPAN WILL IMPOSE
RETALIATORY DUTIES
Maximum  and   Minimum  Tariffs  Will
Be Provided for and Aggressive
Policy   Pursued.
NOTICE.
. given thai an ap-
i- ...  be made    b.v   the   Van
i h r  &   Yukon  Rail-
; ... tin.  Parliament   of
ie ...  lon foi  an act
una-    tor commencing
'���'���' ol   tbe  line  of    the
all way,   authorlw d    bi
b .   si itutes  ol   1901,
l': ol   Mav,  1912:   and
ill. Give the names and addi i
of an.v riparian propi letoi a or Hei n-
seeB who or whose lamls ari likely
to be affected bj the proposed works
e Ither abo\ e or b< low the out let,
none.
mu     Tl  ���  pai t  ol    ;'. ���    M  mora
dum oi  Assoc! ition  ol   I  e Con p in .
���-. hich authorizes the proposi d  appll-
.'ation  and   works,  reads as  follows:
(3),   The  objects    foi     which   the
j Companj   Is established and to which
I objects  ta.   Company    .....  restri  ted
are the acquisition of water and wa
i-���- .- "' *"���-.>. -"*-, ���iter power  bv  records of unrecorded
time for finishing and  water 0r  by  the  purchase of watei
|l em,, in operation un-  recon}8 oi water privileges for.
e.i     Mas    1915;   and ^^
oi maj. ifi..; ana
ilsoto change the route of thai part
t:'' '        company's railwaj
Whorized bj Section 7 of the Bald
'' ina trom Squamish  val-
ltn" Ha or  sum.   other  point
11' - ��� d\er from the route
ptorlzed by the said section of the
F - ' '" route described as fol-
Pt- b- mmi acing from a point at
Of near the city of Vancouver 01
���toe oth
(a) Consti ucting, operating and maintaining electric works, power houses, generating plant and such other
appliances and convenii mes as are
necessarj and proper for the generating of electricity or electric power.
or any oilier form of developed power, and for transmitting the same to
be used by tbe company or by persons
or companies contracting with the
company therefor, as a motive power
Tokio. Nov. 23.���The facl th it the
exports exceed the Imports tor the
current year, is nm taken lciv as indicating a decrease in the purchasing
... ^ei ol the Japanesi, That ma-
chiinr> and raw material are not
largely Imported is explain.-.1 by the
cii cumstance that thi se were brought
into the country in gnat quantities
at the time of the boom alter the war
wiih Russia.
Definite conclusions practically
have been received on the subjeel of
tariff revision and there is authority
for sa;. mg thai while aiming to increase the revenues, Japan will not
stick ie. academic prlnclph s, but will
take Into cons Ideratli.. .:.. ... a
tic, commercial and industrial condition, and foreign tra le ri lations. The
idea ..i ci. ating ma ;i n im am, mini
mum rates Is likelj to recommend lt-
Belf from a constitutional an . i co
omical  standpoint.
Japan tariff regulations will enabl
the country to put retaliatorj duties
into effect if necessary. This country subscribes neither to free trad,
nor to protection, but prefers to continue its revenue tariff with Incidi ^
ial protection.
II.   - the lint
">e said points which
"' "ie company's act of
Itear -j
of  railway   between
s   authorized
city of New Westminster to
, ? south side of the Fraser river.
|t!)etico by  th.
tough   New
most    feasible   route
I. . -   Westminster District
"i in an easterly and northerly di-
[won through the districts of Yale,
14,1 ''ind f'',Hh��o to a point on
lEdiZ ' li:i" from Willow river to
IPonton authorized by Chapter 176
iT  '" Matutes    ���r    1906  at   01,  near
Iterh- '','!"" Cache!  thence northwest-
mSS^w,B��8"'" ll",, ,,f ,':lllWil>' ""���
Z/?/ Chapter 176, of the Stat
tkp'r '""'��� al��ng the South Fork of
RJtn llv"'' to a point between
J,;��eorge and Fort McLeod; thenee
n>ost feasible route to Hazoi-
loo
of    Vancouver.
Columbia, this
A. D., 190!).
BOURNE  &  HAY.
St.. Vancouver. B.C
ways, or for driving, hauling, lifting,.
  . pumping, lighting, crushing, smelting,
a"d from the said Doint ?t or ^rUUn? Bnd mUUn* or tor an>" otliel'
(1 ' 0IIU '" 0I operations to which it may be adapted
or to be used or supplied for In connection with any other purposes for
which electricity or electric power
may be applied or required.
(g). For rendering water and
water power available for use, np_>Ji-
cation and distribution by erecting
dams, increasing the head of water in
nny existing body of water, or extending the area thereof, diverting the
waters of any stream, pond or lake
into any other channel or channels,
laying or erecting any line or Hume,
pipe or weir constructing any raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel,
building, or other erection or work
which may be required in connection
with the Improvement and use of the
said water and waterpower or by altering, renewing, extending. Improving, repairing or maintaining any
such works, or any part thereof.
in). Tbe company applies for a license to store water. The place of
the proposed reservoir for storing the
sahl water is the land above the said
point of diversion, to constitute a
reservoir with an area of about eight
hundred acres to bo formed by the
utilization of the natural elevation of
the land and dams.
(o) The means by which it is proposed to store the water is by the
erection of all required dams and the
conservation of the waters falling upon the surrounding watershed.
(p). The area of the reservoir site
or sites at each foot In depth above
the outlet will be at zero ten acres,
and inert, .sing at the rate of about
five acres for each foot in depth.
(q). It is proposed to acquire the
land���which may. be held by private
owners���by purchase or if necessary
by expropriation.
(r).    The    acreage    feet     approximately intended to be impounded will
be about 12,500 acre feet.
F. H. HOPE,
A. B. BECK,
Directors.
.     J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary, Vancouver. B.C.
Vancouver  Power Co., Ltd.,  Incorporated 1898.
Hear   Sir   Charles    Hibbert  Tupper
at St. Patrick's Hall tonight at 8 p.m.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
NOTICE RE LULU I8LAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do ao after
this notice mpat take all the risks oa
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DL NCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd. 1909.
��C. T' ther    P��Int    ��n the
mi liver
_____W
__**��  ctober
N/IN, CRAK
oft Granville
Uttngter Iv0r the Vancouver, West-
&  Yukon  Railway   Companv.
249
^ of Montreal
CAp|    ESTABLISHED 1817.
M8ERVV'    ��14,40U,000.00
Br  11,000,000.00
JU"0'"8   "lr"uglloul   Canada   and
[JIM X     '""' aiul  lu   ^ndou, Eng-
M A ' Chlcag0 and Spokane,
Nm.' T"1 Mexlco Clty'  A Seneral
'ers ���f\.    "U>S8    transacted.      Let-
Nvetf8) R"k DeI)artment���Deposits
^ hue      S"'"S 0f ?1 aml ul,ward'
%���,���;'""' !'llowP'l at 3 per cent, per
Ti ir'''1'rate)-
Ngu, ^""^ over $168,000,000.00.
'   ^^STMINSTER  BRANCH,
y' D. BRYMNER, Manager.
available with
all  parts of    the
NOTICE.
To whom lt may concern:
Take notice that in accordance with
authority granted by the Depart tnent
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,
1909, for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO.,
C.  E. FOWLER.
President.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS-
ters    and    solicitors,   Westminster
Trust Block,  Columbia street.  New
'Westminster.    W.  J.  Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds. 	
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIK
(F. C. Waie, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQurrrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 113. Vancouver offices,
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, corner <lf
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
EXCERPTS FROM RECENT SPEECH
OF SIR CHAS. HIBBERT TUPPER
On the "Wild and Unconsidered" Policy of a Part
of the Conservative Government.
'1 am here as a Conservative." Sir
Hibbert declared at the outset. "Mr.
McBrlde proposes to blacken the eyes
ui any Conservative who dares to
disapprove of Ins railway policy,
while I am a Conservative who. like
his colleagues, Messrs. Tatlow and
Fulton, is compelled to disagree with
that policy. The Premier has been
kind enough to say the province
would still be here alter my departure. My compliments ft. Mr. McBride. When he is defeated a few
days hence I feel confident British
Columbia will prosper more 'ban
ever. He is asking us to agree to a
guarantee, but I for one do not want
to go on the note. I can not support
this radical and extraordinary departure of a so-called Conservative government. 1 have been brought up
to appreciate the advantages of party
loyalty, but loyalty ceases when it
says black is white. I hesitate, I
say, when  I know the color is egrei n.
"Down to October last when the fatal railway contract was signed the
government adhered to its policy and
I could give them my support. I
have not left Mr. McBrlde or Mr. Taylor. The Premier. Mr. Bowser and
the small ends have gone back on
their records and they did it in the
twinkling of an eye," continued Sir
Hibbert with rising warmth. "If the
Premier had sone to the country without a railway policy he would have
scored a victory. Why waa tins extraordinary program submitted without giving the people o fBritlsh Co-
a. reasonable time to consider
e provisions? lt is patent that it
was sprung in violation of every constitutional principle. Why. 1 ask,
.-..:��� the policy of the Roblin government in .Manitoba not adopted? Before he signed an agie ment with the
same railway he called i   confen i	
ot business men and womi ., ... b ith
parties to consider a matter fraught
with such momentous consequences.
"This deal is bold and monstrous,
and is useless to any one outside the
Mann and Mackenzie crowd. It
knocks the bottom out of the cry for
better terms. It stultifies the Cou-
servatlve leader at Ottawa. Conditions existent have, it is admitted,
made us the most heavily taxed people in the world. Shaping their policy until October with that conviction,
is it not bewildering to hoar from the
lips of the same men who appealed to
Borden to ask the people to guarantee
the construction of trunk lines. Is
there a man. woman or child who will
admit that the two policies are consistent? Is it not frenzied finance;
is it not beyond the vagaries of the
wildest hoomster? I say it is childish unparalleled, and is opposed to
all they have been preaching for the
past three or four years."
Then Sir Hibbert made a reference
to the resignations of Messrs. Tatlow and Fulton. "Surely they are
bound to break silence before this
campaign is over. N'o doubt it would
hurt their colleagues to tell the truth;
it can not be that some malign or
sinister motive impelled them to quit
rather than serve under a dishonorable government. As long as they
remain dumb the worse lt will look
for the Premier." Nearly all the
speaker's references to Mr. McBride
and Mr. Bowser were scathing, denunciatory, ironical or facetious.
"Is it a contract document or agreement?" asked Sir Charles with irony
before mercilessly criticising the
agreement not only for its conditions
and tlie government for letting it see
the light 11 momentous days after it
had been negotiated.
"Mann and Mackenzie are not infants. They know a good deal more
about the railway game than the Premier and Mr. Bowser. They played
with them In a way that a man would
be ashamed to act toward little children," added Sir Hibbert amidst another noisy outburst from the audience.
We have the word of the Premier
that this monstrous memorandum
which was published on October 30
is the core of the contract. In Toronto Mr. Mann said it was the text
of this contract, and now we have Mr.
Bowser asserting that the document
ln any event is not binding.    It com
mits ns to an extraordinary liability."
When Sir Hihbert contrasted it
with the t. 'rms secured by Premier
Roblin of .Manitoba. In negotiating an
agreement with the same railway
company, "There is no provision
here against Mackenzie & Mann selling OUI their rights to an..ther tail-
way," continued the speaker, ae he
warmed ����p to his task.
"There is no provision for reduction of rates, nor tor the control of
rates; third, there Is no provision for
a sinking fund; fourth, no forfeit was
mentioned and no provision was made
for construction to begin from this
end or the line. And seventhly, there
is no provision that Mackenzie and
Mann, who control al least S5 per
cent, of the stock of the Canadian
Northern, should hypothecate their
stock with the government as a guarantee of good faith. Iu regard to
his statement that no sinking fund
was provided, Sir Charles pointed out
that where it is Intended that the
bonds of railway are to be paid off, a
sinking funds was essential, otherwise the railway continued to inevst
its profits In extensions, terminals,
etc., and no cash was available to pay
off the bonds when their term expired."
"I submit that there is no necessity
for this province to aid a third or
fourth transcontinental line," continued the speaker. "If any really existed it would be a matter for the federal parliament to consider and the
party could hold Mr. Borden responsible for his attitude. If a request
for a bond guarantee were made at
Ottawa, it would be laughed down by
both sides. These roads are breaking theii necks to come, and there is
no need to give them more than decent treatment. Mr. McBride justified the Kaien island deal because he
was dealing with a northern road,
that would open un a new territory,
but said he would make the roads
farther south pay through the mountains. 1 repeat that the deal with
the Canadian Northern is a wild,
hasty and unconsidered one, and
there was never a great.,!' issue before the people of this province.
"In Manitoba a railway bond guarantee was different, for there branch
lines opened up a crowded region
needing railway facilities, and the
government had retained the control
of rates. The late Hon. Mr. Agnew,
treasurer of Manitoba, referring to
the former deal, reviewed what his
government had wrung from the railways. Out in British Columbia the
situation is reversed."
Sir Hibbert saw no possibility of
the proposed line proving advantage-
eous from a competitive standpoint.
Operating costs were high, and the
railway commission would not pare
down the rate too unduly. A blue-
book brought down in parliament at
Ottawa the other day showed that the
Canadian Northern nad a mileage of
3100 miles, without a mile through a
mountainous country, exacted rates
averaging 10 per cent, higher than
those of the Canadian Pacific. He
also explained that his attitude toward the government was that of
many other members of the Conservative party.
"I have taken this position," he
concluded, "after a lot of painful
thought. I would have liked to have
gone under the party flag lu this battle. The party system is, after all,
the best system that can be. devised
for the Dominion. I never faltered
in my allegiance until R. F. Green
was guilty of malfeasance in office in
May, l!)0ti, when I knew he did what
should have turned him out of society
of any decent man, and McBride kept
him in his cabinet until November.
I flinched, and did not vote at all.
When this recent monstrous proposition was sprung in haste, showing
the brand of cowardice, then I concluded that party government, waa a
failure. I am now ready to work
with Liberals or Conservatives to secure a clean and honest government
In British Columbia."
There was an extraordinary outburst of cheering when Sir Hibbert
concluded an eloquent peroration of
the great destiny and possibilities of
the province.
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PAGE TWELVE.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
' N0VEMBER 24
Something
New
**************************
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
IMPERIAL CREAM, AND
TO INTRODUCE IT WE
ARE SELLING IT FOR 10c
A TIN. THIS IS A NEW
LINE WITH US, AND WE
WANT IT TO BE A NEW
LINE   WITH   YOU.
REMEMBER THAT ALL
GOODS WELL BOUGHT
ARE  HALF SOLD.
City News
Come in and look
around. That is
what this store is
for.
��� THE ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
HU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Ellard  Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
For fir^t-class cut flowers and any
klnrl of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse. R208. ������
City Clerk Duncan was on duty
again yesterday. His cold is considerably better.
Why pay $5.00 for a rug at your
door when you can buy the same for
$3.00 at Denny & Galloway, liouse
furnishers, 43 Sixth street.
The steamer schooner Plaxton is
at present undergoing repairs at Mercer's dockyards.
The steamer Transfer will bereat
ter leave tbe Brackman-Ker wharl
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Sat
urday she will make an extra retuivi
trip arriving in the city In the even
lng. Trips will be made to Steves
ton as the business warrants. **
C. II. Stuart Wade, secretary of the
board of trade, is able to be around
again today after a few days' attack
of the grippe.
Order your bulbs for Sprla^ flowers now from Davies, Greenhouse,
telephone  U_!0S. 251-tf
As the seating accommodation at
St. Patrick's hall is only 700, all those
anxious to hear Sir Charles Hibbert
Tupper should not be later than 7:30
ln order to secure a seat.
Your box in a safety deposit vault
is a private affair. No one has access
to it but yourself. And besides, it
is safe and that Is a factor worth
something to you. Then it costs
only a small sum to rent one of these
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Lei
us tell you about it. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager,
New Westminster branch. 228-4
A concert will be given by the choir
of    St. Paul's    Reformed    Episcopal
j Church on Tuesday. November 30, al
| the lecture room of the church, particulars of which will be given at a
later date.
Of course you know that Denny i*.-
Galloway's new furniture business is
now located  at  4"  Sixth  street.    Yee .
, get good, honest value there for youi
Residence
Fine, modern bouse and large lot
mi Agnes street. Best of view, for
quick sale, $5000.      Easy terms.
LIST YOUR   PROPERTY WITH
W. H. NESBITT & SON
Phone 596 650 COLUMBIA ST.
Young Mon, Young Woman!
Do you know that your present employer expects you to fit yourself for
a 1.otter position than you are now
holding, or else you are worth no
more to him after having worked
three years, than you were at the
start. The best move for you is to
attend the Westminster Modern Business School. That's what many are
doing.
Both day and evening session. Address
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia Street
MCRfilTHEW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
Contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If  you   haven't   a   Savings  Account,
NOW is the best time to start one.
WE COLLECT RENTALS
And attend to all the details in the
management of a property with the
same care as if the ownership was
vested in us.
The surest way  of    securing  your
business that we know of is to induce
[you to talk the matter over with any
'landlord   whose     property   affairs  we
arc now  managing.
Ours is one of the largest rental
businesses In the province, lt is the
result of service Which PROVES lo
property owners that our administration of their affairs is a source of
PROFIT and not   EXPENSE.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Paid up Capital  Stock.   ...$ 4.914,000
Reserve Fund $ 5,614,000
Total  Assets    $61,046,000
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE.  Manager.
English Watchmaker
ESTABLISHED
l89Ls^V
^^*_t*%. \e *e**
10
,____���.* \i\_&
^incorporated
1905.
money.
The annual bazaar of tbe Women's
Auxiliary of St. Barnabas' ehureh
will he held in the parish hall In the
afternoon and evening of Tuesday.
Decemher 7. A musical program
will lie given In the evening.
Carnations galore
store. "MT Columbia
L184.
at   Tidy's   florisl
street.      Phoni
Mayor Keary. with Alderman Henley, Assessor McQuarrie and Superintendent of Public Works Furniss,
took a trip out to the East End ol
the city yesterday to look over some
property about which complaints have
heen received as to the rate Of assessment.
J. li. Lyne,
Phone R190.
dressed  fowls
_!:M    Eleventh street,
Supplli s    ~\,     and
at  shortest  notice.
Westminster vill
byterian church i.i
the city, probably
Fourteenth   street
have a nev, Pres-
the Wesi aad of
al   the   corner  of
ind   Seven.a   ave
nue. It was decided al .. special
meeting of tlie Presbytery of N'ew
Westminster yesterday thai such a
step was necessary to accommodate
the people in the rapidly growing |
West End. A committer composed
of Kev. J. S. Henderson. Rev. Dr. Taylor and Kev. Mr. Thorn;, n was
formed for the purpose of making the
necessary preliminary arrangements
for going ahead with the work.
Hear  Sir   Charles    Hibbe.-t Tupper
at St. Patrick's Hall tonight at 8 p.m.
Funeral of A. F. Rich.
The funeral of the late Alfred Fred-,
crick  Rich took place vest.! day from j
the    family     residence.    7. I    Fourth
street, to    the    Church ol    Kngland
cemetery.      Kev,  K. W. Si   Idrick per-'
formed the burial servi...     The 'ate I
Mr. Rich was born in Romi rd  Essex, |
England, twenty-three yei       .,>.   tie
was a brother of  W.  I> 0f this
City. The pall-bearers wi . l Elder,
('. Purvis. I). Miles, lv Run . and P-
Robb. Among the flow senl by
friends of the deceased wen ..Meatlis
trom P. VV. Rich, Mr ai | Mrs. Car-
Here, Earnest Stevens, ll Corder, Mr.
and Mrs. Adam Cunningham; crosses
from Baby Rich, Mr. an : M Rich;
sprays from M. Beaver, Mr. aad Mrs.
W. Pre, Mr. and Mi |: g Hrvson.
Mr. and Mrs. |{. Miles, Mr, ami Mrs.
A. Averlll, Mr. and Mrs, D. VV. Matheson, Mr. and Mrs. Cameron,
Hear  Sir   Charles    Hibbert Tupper
at St. Patrick's Hall tonight at 8 p.m.
Gold Watc'aes for Ladles from f 12./5
UP.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
���7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doom  from   Ceo. Adam*, Croctr
LULU ISLAND
We have some very desirable lots' in
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
New Thoughts in
Art Needlework
^z:z^._\-z^^i::it:^:-:: :��
WORK.      ��� '^-tULE-
WITH SOME STORES THE POL.CY 18 TO PUT A PREM.UM ON THE OUT-OF THEORDINARy
THINGS.     WE   HAVE   REVERSED THAT RULE AND  PR.CE THESE   NOVEL    EFFECTS   IN  mo
ATTRACTIVE   FASHION. thhtCTS   IN  MOST
CHRISTMAS    IS    JUST   ABOUT ONE  MONTH  AWAY;   IT IS  NOT  A   BIT TOO  EARLY TO ar
G.N   PREPARING THE  LITTLE GIFT WHICH  MEANS SO MUCH BECAUSE  IT COMES FROM L
ING   HANDS.    SECURE  YOUR  WANTS  FROM THIS   MOST  ENTICING  DISPLAY.
Ask For
Reynier's
Kid Gloves
For Ladies
We guarantee every pair
of Heynier's Kid Gloves.
INFANTA, two-clasp fine
French kid in tan, hrown
and   black,  per pair   . ��� .$1.25
BOUNBVAL, a splendid
line ui gloves in tan, brown,
mode, navy, green, gray,
black and while, sizes o 1-:.
to 8 inches.    Per pair $1-50
SUZETTE, the nicest
dressed kid glove in the
Btock. Hand sewn, three-
dome fasteners and the
most pliable of kid. Ask
for the Suzette. It pays to
buy the best.   Per pair $1.75
Pretty Cushion Tops and
Embroidery Linens
FANCY   SACHET HAGS in colored satins, hand-p
Each    35c to $2.00
EXCELDA    HANDKERCHIEFS, with tancj
making fancy Lags, hair receivers, etc.
Prices 10c, 15c, 20c and 25c
FANCY   EMBROIDERY   LINENS   stamped   ready
worked  doylies, centre pieces, nay   cloths, runm
es. corset  covers,  belts, etc., all prices.
WHITE  MUSLIN   CUSHION TOP with frl       Pric 65c
PINCUSHION     FORMS,   all   sliai.es.   ail   sizes
each   15c to $1.00
CUSHION   COUDs all colors.    Price, yard
,25c
CUSHION    CORDS with tassels, all colors
PrIce 25c, 65c to $1.00
CUSHION   COVERS in fancy    canvas,   duck   and   art
denims;   all  shades.  Poppy,  roses,   violets, dalsj   ai
designs;   all  tinted  to work. Prices 25c 35c, 65c, 75c, $1.00
Smart Little Styles in Girls' Dresses
Fall and Winter styles have been well looked after at this store.   The
Children's Section presents an excellent showing.
BOYS' BUSTER SUITS in navy, cardinal, and hrown serges, nicely pleated, made with black patent leather belt  and buckle.    Some are  linished with a sailor collar and  white shield   otl
up to the neck with turnover collar, for boys from 2 to 8 years.    Each  ...$2.50, $3.00, $4.00 and $4.50
GIRLS' DRESSES In navy, scarlet, hlue ancl a variety of checks, trimmed with contrasting colors
some made with smart turn over collar, embroidered, nice, wide skirts, and long sleeves. Sizes (rom
- to 10 years.      Bach  ... $3.00, $4.00, $4.50 and $$6.50
CHILDREN'S COATS In plain and fancy tweeds and bBoadcloth; some are rainproof, made !l1
button up to the neck with high collar, others with flat stole effects We have all sizes In Btock,
from 2 to 16 years.     Bach..  $300 to $10.00
We are showing a special line just now in all sizes at   ..
. .$3.95
Women's,
Misses' and
Children's
Gloves
35c Per Pair
Warm,     woollen  dm . s  In
splendid quality aiiei bright
linish. Shown in shades o|
Navy, Green. Hrown, Tan.
Crey. Cardinal anl Black
and white. Also fancy designs, si/es 6 to T'.j Inches,
pet1  pair    35c
We have left over a numbei' of short ends -ot bleached table damask, running
from 2 to -1 1-2, Regular
prices of these UnenB from
BOc to $1,60 per yard. To
clear we have reduced the
prices this week only, per
yard 75c to $1.25
Unusual Value
in Linens,
Quilts, Draperies, Etc.
THE STORE FOR
HOUSE   FURNISHINGS.
TWO      DOZEN,     ONLY.
Quilts, fringed ard  b<
three quarter    and    d��uble
bed size, colors Ol ^ll1"''
blue and White, yellow :iml
white, red and whiti navj
and white, etc., for '; 1 lljl;
ance of this week Ri
prices $1.10 and $1.25. wee
end   price	
90c
Smart Skirts at Unusually' Low Prices.
We are showing some of the best values In separate skirts.    Garments  that   are   smartly  cul
trimmed In the very latest style.      Every woman owes lt to herself    to    see    this    splendid dlsp a:
before purchasing.     We detail a few values that are alone well worth the trouble of inspecting the
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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