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NEW   Wl.
M \
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Pnone 85.
illl.HI.AV   .Mcknixi;    SEPTEMBER   SO,   1909.
i-r\<
W, 'J'llBRATES
OPENING Of TEMPLE
ting Concert  Inaugur-
jgs New Home of Union
in City.
the
tor-
 ii.-    and    harmony
. -   New   Westminster
Into possession of their
remplei    Seventh  stre, i.
There  was  HO attempt
,1,,. proceedings formal, and
. ,   sought   was   to  give  a
to all. an  effort  in  which
responsible c, rtalnly
VALUABLE PATENT
HELII IN THIS CITY
.  C.   Box   Factory  Has  Sole   Right  to
Manufacture   Berry   Box   Designed
By  W.  H.  Brenner.
NEW SAWMILL
fOR ROYAL CITY
[MOVE FROM STATES
INTO CANADA'S WEST
In ord,
the fruit
will pack
compass ;
���r to meel
men for :
for shipmi
is possible,
the demands ol
i   berrj   box  thai
���at   in  as  small  a
so s.i\lng freight
Westm
Lo   E
nster
���ect I
Mil] (_irn [.any
.arere Plant on
BRING MATERIAL IN
FOB NEW RETAINING WALL
f '. PER
t '     : ' v
PROSPECTS _VGHT
TCR COMlftMONTHS
North Arm
i.
Inly
time to
I-
:ded.
Vancouver
brotherly
Represented.
Bentimeni   of    the
and  Labor Council
nvn by the presence of sun,
J _ipal   officers  who  occu-
L,.;iv    i'ii   the     platform,   those
r President   H.   Sellers,
S.    Thompson,    Dele-
\  Lethoader and C.  Curtis of
Workers'  Union, and A
the Stonecutters' Union.
I, offlcers of the Westmin-
unl  Labor Council  p es-
! ,   presideni   C,  Feeney,   Vice
(Ilt  i:.  i-;   Montelth,  and    the
.   Stoney.
���ea8l ,, hundred union men were
I . . and speeches, a boxing
L music  served   to  pass  a
jm evening.      The toast of the
tei   Trades  and   Labor
Lj ��� ��� 1 uiily drunk, and the
:���   made as brief as pos-
Addresses   by   Officers.
pri   Idenl     Feeney     had   wel-
company, he    called on
,.-  gi  |ers,   who  congratulated
(Continued  on   Page  Six).
GOLD STAMPEDE
UNITS FROM FAIRBANKS
rts  of    Rich   Finds   t
Draw Thousands
River.
���ree
n    Iditarod
Uo the
k ��� A.asKa, Sepi. 29.���The
lj_e that is now in progress to
Iditarod country promises to rival
Jriisli thai was on in tlie days of
IKlondiki   boom. Hundreds  of
Tare rushing to the new diggings,
ie Bteamei    Reliance, which has
arrived from  Innoko  fully   con-
ft thi -  in   ricli  placers on
| a   tributary   of  the   ldi-
to which    luun    miners  have
'mm Fairbanks during  the suni-
Flfteen    hundi'-d     men     are
Iped   on    the    creek.      The  pay
|ak Is outlined one mile in length
I feet wide, running from three
|ts to .1.25 to the  pan.
:   In   every   hole   sunk,
bedrock Is reached  al   14  to  17
the pay streak continues to be
Iced and is found to be as rich tne
ength in Otter jreek. and other
BUtarles ol the Idiiarod. it will surfs nil camps tbat have yet been
luck in Alaska in giving the poor
In a sta]
charges, the B.C. Manufacturing coin
pany  has  now  commenced  the mai,
lng of a mw pattern, invented by u.
iH. Brenner, manager of the firm.
There have from time to time heen
attempts made io solve the packing
problem, and numerous collapsible
berry boxes have been placed upon
the market, some ol them being
widely sold. Bul il remained for Mr.
Brenner to recognize that a box to
properly accomplish the object for
whieh ii was desired, must nol only
park into a small space itself, liul
bp- >>f such shape as lo lit in with the
other boxes.
in accomplishing liis object tin- inventor mei another requiremenl add-
Ing   double   value lo liis   bo'-:.     The  bur.
when open is of the customary shape.
th,- bottom opening out. however, for
packing and  in  such  a  way as to lap
wiiii  the next  box, thus taking up all
available space.   The bottom may ba
clipped  with a wire or flat  metal clip
for   filling   in   tlie   ordinary   way,   or
may   be   filled   first   on   a   board   and
then  reversed.    The advantage of the
latter  method is that  the largest  aud
best  berries, which are always placed
on  top,  mar    be    properly    packed, manufactured
which cannot lie done under ordinary chine  works,
conditions when they are packed from
bottom   upwards.
Another advantage of tlie new baskets is that they require absolutely
no new machinery for their manufacture, being made on tlie same machinery as the old style. Tlle Hreti-
ner basket is patented all over the
continent and will be manufactured
from now on exclusively by the lit'.
Manufacturing companv on Lulu island.
.Mr. Brenner lias recently arrived
in iln- city trom Yokohama, where
he is managing director, the Zemma
Works, employing over 150 men. and
in whieli E. Find) Page, president of
the H C. .Manufacturing company is
also largely interested. The Zemma
works do a large amount of original
designing in machinery and a quantity of work for tlie Japanese government.
tb,
��� un
arm.
CRICKETERS WANT
BETTER EACILITIES
Committee    Appointed    to
on City Council ���
Wait
.Must Have Playing Field.
HERICAN    HOBO
BROKE  RECORD
FOR  DIRT
fhatham   Onl .  Sepl    29.���John   B,
r'^ht. ��� hati plon   dirty   man  of  the
|| bj     profession,  and
���me um,   ol   VVaterliet,   Mich.,   was
P'enord to tl tee years in  Kingston
rn"";: yi vv lay  morning,
,  ",' ol  tampering  with
KlWaj ; n
[Y" i Wrighl was so cov-
l: : '��� ��� ' '    ��� scrubbing brush
���  ha i i" be used
i" fore hi   was pre-
���
-table
���   to  answer
and said lie did
"  *hfU    ' ot him.
RS- J- D. ROCKEFELLER
IL-L  AT  CLEVELAND   HOME
the
not
became
"slight
John  D.
.^���veland, 0   Sept, 29.���It
07V"-'    n'8httha,    th.
Rock,mi"      conflntag  Mrs.
I��l la amuc_ UY    '""'." ln  Korostiance
Em  iV '        more serious ailment.
UIIl\ K, McCormlck is at her
P��aed from Phfn       !ln?   beS? Bum'kMle not speaking
asp by long distance tne   cluD   would   co-operate
ground was convenient of access.
Tlie grounds question received
thorough discussion lasi evening al a
meeting of the Westminster Cricket
Club, and ultimately the meeting decided to appoint a committee to approach the city council witb a proposal for selling aside a portion of
Moody square for cricket and similar
purposes    for      the      BXClUSlVl     us,'   of
certain athletic clubs, the clubs taking a share in the proposal to pay
the eosi.
Alternate Projects.
G. l). Brymner, the president, occupied the chair, and among those
presenl wen- i; .1 Rlckman, Thomas
Gifford, M. P. I'- and P. Shute. The
chairman opened the subj cl by stalling thai J li Vidal had two propositions to place before the meeting,
whieh were as follows: To ta_e ove
the portion of Moodj square wbic i
the Cltj council had had slashed, and
reserve It tor the e_ciuslvi use ol the
Crlckel Club, the council undertaking
to keep off children and othei players, the club to pay the cosl p'l fixing
ii up. or else to acquire propertj oul
side the public control toi exclusive
fuse. There existed a suitable pleci
|of ground ten acres in extern
the river, near the Ya
'or eight acres prairie,
n   busi
of which  Mr. Vidal pn
Vnother   lai      Bawmlll   wlll   snort-
be  erected   In   the  city,    by    the
w ' - tmlm tei   "Mill   companj   a   Bhorl
distance   furthei   m,   river   than
'shingle mill  which tbey now bav
der construction   on   the   North
The work  was planned to hav,- been
commenced tbli   fall bul bas. been de-
la ' 'I  until  the spring, work  on  the
Shingle mill having taken longer thva
expected,
Will   Be   Up-to-Date.
The     mw     sau mill     will     1 1
aboul the same size as thai Of the
Small and Bucklin company, and will
be equipped in the most up-to-date
manner, wiih all the latest labor saving devices. The new mill will cut
about 70,000 feel dally and employ
1100   men.
;    The new shingle mill is being pushed  ahead   with  all  speed  and  will  be
| culling   shingles  in  annul   two   weeks
| time.   A large camp is al  presenl  in
operation  on   the  company's    timber
claims  at   Pin   Lak,   taking  oui   shin-
gle  bells in  preparation  for the start.
Tbe  mill  is 36x96 feet,  and  two stories,   the   upper   story   being   Ibe   mill
proper   and   the   lower  part   lor     the
transmission   machinery.     In   the  mill
are   six    tiprighl    shingle     machines,
by   the   Schaake    ma-
of     New   Westminster,
and   a   sixty   inch   cut-off   saw     with
s; 'am  Iced.    The  latter  machine  wil.
be  fed  direct  by  conveyer from  the
new mill when it is built.
Many Thousand Americans
Expected to Immigrate
Next Year.
will
come
Winnipeg.   Seni.   29.���"Immigration
lrom the United States to Canada has
Increased   full}    thirty   pei-   cent   tins
year,   and   next   year   there
aboul   115,000    Americans
Canada."
This   was   lhe   statemeni   of   Will   ,1
While superlntendeni  ot the Domln
lon Immigration agencies in the Unit
ed  Stales,
Alexandra
Section   Between   Bank   of   Comme
and Thompson  Block  Will  Be
Taken   Uo   First.
tlle     Royal
sur-
land-
Powerful   Machinery.
The machinery  will  he operated by
two 13x18 Atlas engines of 2i)U horse
power   steam   being     supplied   by   a
72x18  boiler   made   by     tin
when seen at
this morning.
On   Everyone's  Tongue.
Mr. While said that ii was
prising how popular Canadian
were becoming in the L'nited States,
".oil hear ol Im greai possibilities
of Canada west everywhere over
there and fanners are selling off then
guild farms, whlcn bring possiu.y ?1-j
an acre, and are coming over to Canada to lake up land, li is needless
to say that, under such circumstances
they bring with them tuousauds of
dollars in currency and make the bust
Of  settlers
"They are usually farmers who
have 'made good tn the States and
who bav�� three of four boys whom
they are anxious to see get the same
opportunities that tbey had when
young,
Trend to the West.
"The western States are uot by any
means becoming depopulated by this
influx to Canada, for the gap is oe-
ing filled up from tlie eastern States.
Then, too, Canada gets her share of
the eastern states trek towards tlle
west, for they, too, are coming over
here in increased numbers, and the
Vufcanleas'   is   being in  turn   settled   by   ini-
Work  will  l><-  commenced  a:
ou the construction >>: rei.oni::. wai b
"ii tli,   south side of Columbia Btrei
,It is the intention of tb,- contract,
,to  begin  with   tin-  two  lots  between
the    Bank    of    Commerce    and  th"
^    Thompson block, where it  will not be
necessar)   to go down    very  deeplj
'" Sum,- r,���k was taken up yesterday to
await operations.
The portion above the market
from Lytton square to the Premier
hotel, which In places is tblrtj feel
high, will .equire a substantial wall
seven feet thick at the base, tapei-
ing "If to the apex, nnd an ornamental railing will be placed tor the protection of the public. The examination of tin- presenl wooden cribbing
by the city engineering departmenl
has disclosed the fact thai ii is not
in a particularly safe condition, and
if tlie council had not already let a
contract for tiie work, stop., must
have been taken to replace the cribbing. Good progress is being made
on the sewers, to whieli the principal
attention will be given at tiie present
time.
The engine., R. C. Lowry. hopes to
have meu at work on the retaining
walls as soon as possible, as it is essential to any advance being made
wiih tlie laying of sidewalks, and as
the earth taken from other places
will be required for filling in against
the walls.
General Manager Campbell
Pleased With Conditions-
Local Bank's Growth.
lb,- general manager of the Nor-
' ��� ::- Crown Hank. Robert Campbell,
ol Winnipeg, was a visitor to the city
>, Mer,la> He   |B   b-   .    ,.,,,,.   Q,    [_,
spection of the branches of the bank
In Saskatchewan, Alberta and British
Columbia.
In
Boiler Works of this city. Tlie engine room is 20x24 feet and above it
is a filing room of the same size. A
large dry kiln 38x100 is connected
with the mill Itself by a conveyer
carrying tlie shingles direct to the
kiln. A large office will be built during tlie fall on Lulu island close to
the mill and on the main road. Tlie
structure is being erected by day labor under the superintendence of u.
Apker.
Tlie Westminster Mill company :.
composed chiefly of Seattle men, the
manager for the firm being Mr. Cutler of this city, who is at present in
Seattle.
Railroad Officials Named.
Chicago, Sept. .It.���The following
appointments have been announced
by President S. M. Felton, of tlie Chicago-Great Western Railway; U.
H. Scott, auditor of disbursements;
H. Ernest, auditor of freight receipts.
ind J. S. Wade, auditor of passenger
receipts. These officials will have
offices in St. Paul until further notice, but it is understood that they
will be transferred shortly to Chicago.
migration fron, the old lands.
I    "From   Washington   and   Oregon   it
Is  surprising,"  said   Mr.   White,  "tlie
.number  that  are   making  tneir   way
1 to   Canada.     By   actual   figures   it   is
I estimated   that   last   year  about   ?,0u0
| persons  from  the  eastern   stales  left
, good farms and came direct  to Canada. These people will take up homesteads   if   they   can   get   them   within
j reasonable  distance  oi   railway   faeili-
I ties and civilization.  Inn   it not,  they
fae  perfectly   willing   to  go  down   in
their pockets and pay out mono.,   for
improved   lands.     Land   buyers   from
.tlie states are increasing every year,
and   they   come  over   to   Canada   and
|do well in either Alberta or Saskatchewan."
in
the city police cour yesterday
three drunks, two Japanese and a
white man were brought before the
magistrate and fined. A white man
was charged with obstructing tlie
police and pleaded that lie did not
remember any tiling about it, being
under the Influence of liquor. The
magistrate informed hlm that that
was no justification and that he. was
liable to a heavy sentence in the penitentiary for tiv offence. Tlie offender was permitted to go witli a fine
of $20 and costs.
Surprised   at   Development.
conversat. a with a News representative yesterday Mr. Campbell,
who is making his first visit io the
coast, expressed his surprise at the
marvelous development to be Been on
all sides in British Columbia, ami
particularly in the coast cit.es. The
splendid harvest of the Northwest
means thousands of dollars available
for Investment and other purposes,
ami a better sale for the lumber and
fruit of this province throughoui the
prairies
He   expressed   his   belief   thai   many
farmers win seni,- here, ami those
who do not come to the valleys of
British Columbia will have plenty or
money to ctrculate for Improvements
at  home.
Is West rn Bank.
Uo also iv pressed the hope that
the public of the c'ty and Prassr valley would help ibe local branch of
the bank. It was a western bank
for western people, and although
only established four years, had sixty
branches, and lias recently opened
another branch at Quesnel. in the
Cariboo. Tlie bank's headquarters
are at Winnipeg, with a paid up capital of $.,200,000 and oeposits of
about   ten  millions.
FRASER VALLEY FIRST
AT SEATTLE EXHIBITION
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hardman. with
their son. have left tor Seattle where
they intend taking in the exhibition.
Mr. Hardman states that lie hopes to
be able to bring back with him a few
good ideas for tlie New Westminster
exhibition.
Washington. Sept. 29.���Lee Mc-
Clung has been selected as treasurer
of United States to succeed Treat.
Gen. Grant Cause of Complaint.
Chicago, Sept. 29.���Protest against
the appearance of General Frederick
D. Grant in the uniform of liis rank
in tlie United States army in the
temperance parade in this city last
Saturday was sent yesterday to Secretary of War Dickinson by W. R,
Miclialis of tlie executive board of
v_e United Statau. Societies for Local
Self-government. Miclialis asks if
there is any rule of the war department governing such an appearance
and requests that the reply be in the
form  of  an  open  letter.
Girl Stole Sums of Money
to Give to Her Sweetheart
STOCK EXHIBITS
WILL MAKE RECORD
None of American Stock Could Touch
Clydesdale   Horses   From   This
Side of Line.
Exhibition Entries Close Sat
urday ��� Ladies   Arrange
For Refreshment Rooms.
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 29.���Stella _.
.Unas, the comely Pittsburg girl, who
has  been  released   under  $6,000  ball
��� 0n a charge ol stealing ��3,800 from
her employers for a worl bless sweetheart, has seni word to the Ohio and
Pittsburg Milk company, from which
Bhe stole tlu' money thai she was
now ready lo begin atonement for
her larceny.
Her   proposition   is   that
amouni   of  money   missing
ered as drawing six  per
esl   from   lasi   Apirl   I
which   sl
across
road, seven
and the bai-
parlly   fenced,   a  plan
Vidal  produced  later.
club.
telephone li
B��y Ad
J. H. Diamond, for the tennis
officially, thoughi
if   the
Sunday,
, ��� Moscow.
Stoekei
u__.r
boy,
with
'ruts Causing Fires.
Idaho,    Sept.    2!).���Albert
���   ii   thirteen-year-old
���*-��___* i��re.cimrsed
f��is _ hi. ls sald t0 havi' con-
"ructionV?'r'nSflhii''-v  for  ��W  de"
" Viola tn.V  t,W0 80hool&ouses
Vlol<> S��.' ri! 's,   .     four WtH-k* la
culprit:     aS?   unt,1���ed  to   find
low.        '    u Jpr arrests may foi-
Suggest Joint Scheme.
Some questions were a i- >'
B. C. E. R. would run
no
th.
tf the
, regular ser-
vlce""on the Cloverdale branch to connect with the city, and doubt Ming
expressed as to the possibility of tne
necessary money being raised v>
subscriptions from various games ����
tennis, and lawn bowls, to purchas.
and fix up the grounds, a re
consisting ni
ml  Vidal
the  entire
be consld-
cent,   inter-
tho  dale    on
dniiis  beginning   to   take
money from the the firm for
Esler, her Intended husband, and thai
she be allowed to work this amount
out, resuming her old position as
bookkeeper ami cashier of the milk
company.
Miss Jones Bpecifies thai only a
small pori ion of her $18 per week
isalary shall be paid her, but .nougl]
t. keep body and soul together and
she has figured thai in twelve years
faithful work she will have paid ibis
obligation in full with Interest on
every dollar for the Whole time ii is
owing.
Entries continue to come in apace
for the exhibition. Exhibitors have
two more days in which to send in
their forms. Saturday being the closing, day.
Coming   From   Seattle.
Reeve Kickbush, of Chilliwack, und
S.   H.   Shannon,   of  Cloverdale,   write
from Seattle that a  large portion of
the stock from  the A.  V.  P.  will  be
'iu this city at the close of the flve
I stock  show, and make the  Westmln-
Gllbert |ster  fair  the  besi   west   of Toionto.
G.  A.  Roaldy, of    the Arlfat  ranch,
Kew, Alberta, sends entries oi  horses,  and   the   manager,   W.   11.   Keary.
is receiving others from all over the
west.
A novelty type of dairy cow. of the
belted   variety,  will   be  shown.      Li
has  a   broad   while  circle  around  tlle
body,   and   lias  allracted   considerable
attention  at   Seattle.
George  .1.   Dyke,  Of   Vancouver,  the
| Well known musical composer, has
the manager copies o, the BCOre
'The Oregon Trail," winch he
to be placed  here during exhibl-
WOUNDED BADLY. YOUTH
CONCEALS HIS HURTS
Not Until Son Goes to Bed do Parents
Discover Condition  and  Give
Him Care.
GIRL ESTABLISHES
TYPEWRITING RECORDS
N"�� VvG" $15'000 **"*<���*���
ate DutchTr_.   Pt 2!,'-Tl"' Collegl.
avenue   ,K' ",m'"' Church on Finn
the Re,   ,; te*ed ��><'  salary of
JWorin   servdn3 "' Burre11' *���u��-
.'"h ��>e ���;,,'  '""'   �� *ir'''  a year,
Uu'     D_. Burrell also
!'t   Princeton  Uni-
IlltltiOll
up " -     "  '
to appoint a commute'
Messrs.  Gifford,  Rlckman.
tne city council was then
will ask tor a por-
to be sei aside
, grounds-
teaches
Verslty,
ilii'i,l.
to wait on
adopted.      They
tion of  Moody square
for this purpose and hire
man  to look after the Pr��P?n3
The chairman offered *t|M)
fixing up the grounds,    The Quest
of  u  clubhouse  also  can"
mission and after the oommitt
net    the    council,    another
will   be  called   to  which
(<lves of the various clubs
are invited.
toward
don
under dis
has
meeting
. ,ics llta-
Interested
New York, Sept. 29.���After Thomas
Gray IS years old, was shot once In
the chest, two Inches from the heart,
���ind once in the thigh, he walked the
streets for two hours before going
home, fearing that his father would
not believe that a mysterious stran-
eer ln a doorway wounded him with-
oul reason. On reaching home
talked pleasantly With his parents for
haii m hour and then retired. He
had been in bed three hours when his
'���,���,,. hlui occasion to pass through
., ,,��������� and found the bloodstained
garments. This led to the discovery
thai the youth bad been
The father walked
than a  mile    to
where the doctors
hi8 chest  might  prove
inslsls
him, nor
For  Quarter   Hour   Miss     Fritz  Taps
Keys  at   Rate  of   Ninety-five
Words Per Minute.
New York, Sept. 29.���A new
: world's typewiltlng record was established in Madison Square Garden last
! night when Mlss Rose Fritz wrote ac-
i curately ninety-five words a minute
jfor fifteen minutes ln the preliminary
j event of the international Champion-
he'ship conducted by the Business
Show.
Miss .Trite H the present champion,
but H. C. Blaisdell. with ninety-two
wordj a minute, and F. H. Coombs,
with eighty-sever and one-fifth beat
her former record of eighty seven.
shot,
the youth more Studying Trade Conditions.
Bellevue  hospital,      Ottawa,  Sept.  29.���Mr.  S.  P. Cock-
said tlie wound in   ermi ot Ule Foreign  office, left Otta-
fatal.     Gray j wa  last  night  for   Toronto.      He  Is
i,-_l he did not know who shot here from the Imperial government to
the cause of the shooting.     8tudy trade conditions.
seni
of     '
asks
tlon.
The
est in
ing of
Royal
terday
Are   Preparing,
are taking  great
Ladies
ladies are taking great inter-
tho fair again, ami at a meet-
the women's auxiliary of the
Columbian hospital held yes-
afternoon at tlie residence of
Mrs. Herring, details for the control
of the refreshment rooms were discussed. The auxiliary
complete control except
day, October 14,
ed  over to the
Canada, and in particular U.itlsh
Columbia, ami to be even more spec-
lie yet, the Fraser valley, Is covering
itself with honors at the big stock
show which ls now being held In
connection with the A. V. P. exposition at Seattle.
So far results of the judging aro
ouly in for a few classes oi cattle
and for Clydesdale horses. The cat- .
tie are breeds to which no great attention is paid in this province, but
in the Clydesdale horses the great
majority of tlle prizes have gone to
Canada, while a very large number
have been carried off by British Columbia dealers.
The principal prize Winners in this
class are Shannon Bros., ot Cloverdale. Mr. O'Neal of this city, and T.
Mercer of Markdale, Out. these,
three breeders between them have
carried off fully seventy-tive per cent,
of tlie prizes in the Clydesdale class.
Shannon Bros., the well known
Cloverdale farmers, won a Second
with their handsome four-year-old
stallion Brown Spots, a first with
their two-year-old Clydesdale mare
Lily of Grandview, and a Insl and
second with their one-year-old mares
first Grandview Lassie and Lily of
Clover   Valley.
Mr. O'Neal, who recently imported
a fine bunch of horses, carried oil the
big prize, his line three-year-old stallion Marcellus, Jr.. being picked aa
ilie grand champion of tlie whole
lot ou lhe grounds. lvlarcelliis Jr.
also look a first in his class. Other
lienors won by Mr. O'Neal's hoses
were a second for tlie four-yeai-old
stallion Crusoe Imp. a third with the
three-year-old Can ley Guarantee, and
a tlrst wiih the mare Flower of l< lesli.
The Fraser valley was further represented by tlie stallion Royal Citizen, owned by the Fraser Valley
Horse Breeders' Association ol Ladner, which took a fourth.
All these horses Included those of
Mr. Mercer, whieli also curried oil
ninny prizes, will be shown at the
New Westminster fair.
will    have
on  Thurs-
When it will be hand-
Reformed  l-piscopal
Diamond Jubilee to Aid Church.
New York, Sept.  29.���Tlie commission    of    the    Methodist     Episcopal
of EngKnd.
will continue
However,
to control
1300,000  to
In  Africa,
church  auxiliary,  and  the  Daughters'church,  which  is raising
(nun.     .a__.iiau., auxiliary  Wrtttld  missionary    work
the receipts,! yesterday   announced   that    Jl.2,000
,,    r     ni   ...in   ...  in the hosnltai i had been raised.     The commission Is
a    of which will go to tlle aospla , diamond j-bi-
after  pay ng    expenses.      A   specia * remalnlng  ,U8,000.
lunch  wlll  be put    up from  _<i  to -
dally for the benefit of stockmen and |
employees on  the  ground.      This  of
course will also be open to the public.
j The  jubilee  will  close  ou  December
;13,  when President  Taft will  be the
| principal speaker.
WALKED TO  HOSPITAL
WITH A BROKEN LEG
Sept.
���
29.���Jennie Clegg.ofj^
���
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Toronto, _ . _.
32 Albert street, lies In the General
hospital with a broken leg as the
result of an assault on her by a man
named Bailey. She walked to St.
Michael's hospital without assistance
to have her Injury attended, but St.
Michael's was filled and the police
ambulance  removed  her  to  the Gen
eral hospital.
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY,   SEPTE
FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC.
If a man had geld dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You  must  tell the people what you have to sell   why the    sh     ih
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time   in   business ev*r.n__  _,.,.. .'.    ��U'      Purchase from
wwaniwoa cvci jrune  mui'  of   n cessitv   knn__ ii
wares.      Use  the   advertising   columns of The Dany News and  keep abreast of the  timet. 3;'
about us and
|C_S__S___��3_B_S* ^__ZS!SS_^��_2______1_. C
��� :���
HYP C_^_: ______&___. C_Z__ES_^a_> __t-__^ 'WM��.
WANTED���SHINGLE BOLTS Oil
tract of cedar suitable toi bolt-
cutting. See us if you wiiii to
dispose of vour cedar. Westminster Mil! Co., Ltd., P. O. Box 100H,
New  Westminster, B. C. 225-B
WANTED���A    WAITRESS.
Kenny's Restaurant.
AI'l'I.V
WANTED���POUR OR FIVE ROOM
cottage furnished, near Lord Kelvin school. Apply 7.1  Princess St.
WANTED���TO      RENT,      A      FUR-
nished  house.    Apply  News Offlce.
TO      RENT���FURNISHED    ROOMS,
205 Carnarvon street. 219-6
TO.    RENT���COMFORTABLE,   FUR-
nished  bedrooms, reasonable terms.
s.s  Roya] avenue. 20b 1 I
TO LET ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room, Tm Agnes stn et, near Came-
gli    Library. 207tl
R. T.  PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' bonks
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office: Room 7.11am-
blv block   P. 0. box 795.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN HHO-
cedes, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. 0. Box 811.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS:
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Trew
street.
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boys In B.C. Cigar Factory at once.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
office with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this office.
WANTED  ���   FURNISHED      ROOM
and ibreakfast by young man. Central location. Address "H," tills
office. 2111-11
FOR   SALE.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES &  CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance Agents-
City,   farm   and   suoitrban   property,
200 Columbia street.
HALE PROS. __ CO., LTD.. REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Pbone 335. 1S6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 10U.
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R, ,1. McNeil. Over T. Ovi as'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and palmed.     All work guaranteed.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. X DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
iveyor, Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W, E.
Martin.   Mus.   Mac.,     ciiy.       A   line
win bring him,
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. A. STANDISH, AN EXPER-
i nc'-tl ami first-class dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14, SmiiJi block, 625 Columbia street.    A I rial  requested.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B.' C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  3S4.
It     SALE���TWO     SNAPS     IN   S. IpACIFIC  REALTY CO.   (McADAM  &
ancouver.    Double  corner.   79x127,1    Irwin)    phone 49S   p_ q.   Box  874.
n   \tvrlle  roa,I  near tli,,   Vorili   Arm I     _
FOR
V .^^^^_^^^^^^^_ ^
on Myrtle road near the North Ann
road, D. L, 200; Price. $550; ?300
cash, balance $10 monthly. Also
two lots in D. I_. 732, close to Ferris road: price. $450; $200 cash,
balance $20 monthly Apply F. T.,
Daily News Office, New Westminster.
Real estate and insurance.      Money
to  loan.  744  Columbia street,
REAL ESTATE.
HOUSE TC RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSI.,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located for
tlie present at the offlce of tbe Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
_rs and dyers. 346 Columbia street,
phone R27S. The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from tlie
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
i    'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING   UP    250    FOR     HACKS   AND
smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Sta-
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY    TO     LOAN���I    AM    PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount, on city property Or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A. D.
Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLKV'S PICTURE POST
e i i- are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, .1. G. Gamon's "cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stor_
an 1 "The Fair," Columbia street
WHITESIDE _r EDMONDS. HARRIS
ters ami Solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster, w. J. Whiteside, H,
L. Edmonds.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
Of inounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New  Westminster.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITEUT,
Hall-Lavery Block
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
WANTED���TO RENT, 5 OR 6 ROOM	
strictly modern cottage in good lo-j ������	
caticn.      C. J. Culter,    P. O.    Box! EDWIN  G. W. SAIT, ARCHITECT
10(r". 214-2 :    Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
TO ASK ASQUITH
ABOUT FLAB STORY
Incident   of   the   Reception   to   Americans  in   Ireland  to  Be  Fully
Discussed.
JNURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIEH,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-gr^wn fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
bouse painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
WADE, WHEALLER __ McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
f Phone 11". Vanoouver offices,
Rooms '.'ii and 21, Williams building, ll" Granville stret, corner ol
Hastings  street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster,  11.  C.
 !!^_r_.HAND st��*e.
WE   BUY    i '    -YYlA^
and all HNi'f^,
hand good
offlce. v.:
STENOGRAPHY    _.    Typ^
FREEM _N
Guichon block
CUSTOM ;.,      ~~
Typewriti!   . ,                    I
letteri ,   etc ���
lumbla     :    ��� ���,.,*���
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   Tliiv ,,   -,,
ia    street. "a
pictures;   11 J."*
ous  anraetie,,.. -;;,
Monday, Wedn mfSr
THE EDISON THEATRE, OQuJ
Columbia  and   Eighth. '*
moving picture in -,, ;i
Program changed Hondai J
day and Friday "
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRKSS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
loaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. OUI
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
FIRST DIVIDEND OF
YORK COUNTY LOAN
More Than $370,000 Will  Be paid Out
Before  the  Close  of the   Present Year.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for .1. Home
cooking. All white COOkS; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entrap or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
TAILORS.
GALVIN,  LADIES' AND MEN'S ti
|orl��8.      A   new    lino   of M J
ng jusi In.     Button making, pd
ing and repairing.     Room 9 S_f
block.    Entrances 625 roimnbljT
and 264 Clarkson st   I'l.on- R.
WOODWORKING.
Co., bank, oilice and store fittin
cabinet, stair, slvwcases, ciaa:
and detail work. Oeslgns and *
mates furnished. .1. Brookes,
prletor. Work: Corner Eleved
ami car line. P, 0. bui 281, i.o|
473.
A New Type Edison
Phonograph
I* Railway Time Tables
London,    Sept.   29.���Monday,
rick   O'Brien   will   ask   Premier
Pat-
As-
Toronto, Ont, Sept. 29.���After wailing patiently through four years Of
liquidation proceedings 114,000 share-
qtuth in the house o   commons if Ho.   ,d an(fd.limants against the de
s ware that on September 18  when fu_ct y   k c t   Lo;ul are abollt ,���
the inhabitants oi Castle Reagh were        j th    fl t dlvldend of 25 per
giving a public reception to    Captain i ]jp .,_  w ff  ha    been
Edward   O'Meagher   Condor,   who   is     rfU h ��  Uv  several    weeks
described as    holding a high office in I.       ��� ��� '
the   "-"   '   ""
Dnlted^Stater^ovVnmentT'and l^L^f whose claims are known, th<
John McCa.'aghan ,editor of the Boston Globe, a sergeant of the Royal
Irish Constabulary ordered a saloonkeeper to haul down an American
flag thai he hoisted in honor of the
American   visitors.
O'Brien will also ask the premier
whether he is aware that the incident
is regarded in the United States as
an insult to the American flag and
whether ln view of tlie friendly relations which are supposed to exist
between the United States and Great
Britain he will cause Ambassador
Bryce to explain and apologize foi
the  offensive  action.
payment aggregating about $370,000.
The cheques are not dated, and may
not go out much before Christmas.
There are still 10,000 books which
have not yet been turned in, and
these, if received, wlll figure In the
second dividend.
SAYS BIBLE TOLD
Yr>. HIM TO  BURN   BARNS
'  ;:'     _��� ��'.-   ...      	
Cornwall, Ont., Sept. .11���Walter
William Hall, of Matilda, who ls ln
jail here on a charge of arson, came
before Judge O'Reilly to elect lor
trial.
Asked if he was guilty lie said that
in a way he was, as lie had been inspired to burn A. H. Beckstead's
barns on August 21, and rambled
along something to tbe effect that
there was scriptural authority to
"suck eggs, burn barns and marry
girl."
He was remanded for examination
as to liis sanity.
Fishing in River.
Salmon   fishing   is   now   of  a   very
mixed   variety,  and  It  is  thought  by
fishermen   and   cannery   owners   that
tbe  last has  been  seen  of the sockeye and  the  humpback  for  the season, very few of either now being in
the nets.      The majority of the fish
caught   yesterday   were   cohoes   with
a  good   smattering  of  dogs.      Steel-
heads    are    running    though  not in
large numbers:     tliey    are unusually
large in  size  which  is  said  to  be  a
sign that they will not run for long.
Sturgeon are plentiful at tbe presenl
time  and   large    numbers  are   being
packed  for  shipment   to  the  eastern
market.
FRENCH PRETENDER
VOYAGES IN NORTH
Paris, Sept. 20.���The Duke of Orleans has been voyaging along the
coast of Greenland, and the last news
given of him is that his yacht, the
Belglca, reached Spitzbergen on July
11. It Is a remarkable circumstance
that the pretender seems to bide
himself just at the time when bis
followers are full of hope. Royalist
committees were never more active,
the sentiment being that the throne
of t_6 Bourbons is the only possible
alternative to the r publican regime.
Duke PlilPp Is perhaps not unwise in
the course he ls pursuing. instead
of leading an idle and gay life In European society, he for the last few
years has devoted himself to explorations, a la Shackleton, and in so doing bas earned a certain amount of
esteem in France. Of Prince Victor
Napoleon we hear little or nothing,
and liis party is not so strong as lt
was. On the whole the republic
seems to have a long lease of life
before It.
The Fireside, $28.60
We have received th. Edison Ree
ords for October, and tbey are a fine
selection Come In and let us play
them for you.     You are always wel
come in our store whether you pur
chase or not. Come in and let us
entertain  you.
Here are a few picked at random:
If I Only Had a Home Sweet Home,
by Wlll Oakland; Lonesome; When
the Meadow Larks Are Calling; My
Wife Has Gone to the Country; The
Old Rustic Bridge by the Mill; I've
Got Rings on My Fingers. Besides
the regular monthly list of 40 records, there is a special list of 50 four-
minute Amberoi records this month
which cannot help but please yon. A I jV-
call will lie all that Is required. Gomel- nl-
along and bring your friends
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
Cars leave Vaucouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 0:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until ll.-_o p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:5u, 0:20, 6:50. 7:20 aud
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars  leave Vancouver for New  Westminster at 8:00 and _:0_ a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. List
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
Great   Northern  Railway.
N.W. 8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Sea'   t
3:25
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music Housi
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
a.m.
Arbitrators Want Too  Much.
St. Jolh, N.  B.,  Sept. 2!).���The arbitrators  ln  dlspdte between  the  Intercolonial Railway Company and the
New Brunswick Land Co. asked fifty
dollars per day for the chairman and
forty for the other members.    Judge
Carleton  has reduced this to twenty
dollars per day.      Both sides to the
dispute are appealing against the arbitration  so that nobody is satisfied.
Ancient   Egg.
Flesherton,   Sept.   20.-���Will   Orr,   a
young  farmer here  was cutting timber ln his bush, sawing a  limb near
 ill(,   t0p   jnto   stove   lengths.     Upon
Street Car Accident  Fatal. splitting   one   block   open,   a   perfect
Toronto,   Sept.   20.���Miss   M.   Peck  egg  fell   to  the  ground.    There  was
of  Peterboro  is  dead  as  a  result   Of  no break in the timber, while the egg
injuries   received   by   falling   from   a  which   was   evidently   quite   ancient,
street  car Monday night. was  surrounded  by  decaying  timber.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in I ha Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
I        and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE aud
LUXURY. It is lighted with 'both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated train In the world. The
equipment consists of private compart-
ment cars, standard 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair oars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and sraok-
Ing cars.
For Time   Tables,  Folders, or nny
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash
ar.  Seattle 3:65
ar. Seattl. _:4u
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:55
N. W. 9:30
ar. N.W. 6:20
ar. N.W. 6:25
ar.
Lv.   N.  W.  11
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. .\. W. 12:10 a.m.
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:36 p.m.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m. ���	
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives ln city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Oulchon at 1 p.m on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday
���o^a!^rr,lltohon 6 am- each w��*
day;   ani ves  8:50 am
J_fiT8.,N- W'  3:r'"  p,n'  da"y except  Sunday;   ar. Guichon   at  7  p.m.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMfc.
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any availably Dominion Lauds with.
In the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is tli��� sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of ona-quarter section of
l.U acres,  more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
tlid local land ollice tor the district
In which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, bo made ��n
certain conditions by the tather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required Uj perform tht, conditions connected therewith uuder one ot the toilowing
plans:
(lj At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three year_.
(2) If the father < or mother, lf tne
father is decased), of the honiesteade'
resides ujxin a farm In the vicinity of
the land entered for, tii. requirements
as to residence may ha satisfied by
such person residing with the tither
or mother.
(3) If the settler has big permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him In the vicinity of his homestead, tiie requirements a.s to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-on.
years at an annual rental Of .1 p*"'
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
Bhall be leased to one lnrllvldual or
company. A royalty at the rate ot
flve cents per ton shall he collected
Ion the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement wlll not be paid
for.
S. S.TRANSFEI
The  steamer  Transfer   wlll .
Brackman-Ker wharf ..-very week I
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Lad  i H
ham  Island and way port
to    New    Westmlnsti r on foi
day.  Saturday, rel in lng sametti
ing.
Additional    trip   Monday moral
leaving New Westminster at 5 aJH
Trips  will  lie made to Steveitosf
business   warrants.
This  schedule    subject   to chat
without  notice.
For freight and pa -cncer rati. I
ply to ROBERT JARDINE
Muni*!
m
Canadian Pacif
Railway Co.
Three Trains Daft
WITH        FIRST-CLASS     PULLM��|
TOURIST   AND   DINING CAR
lmperi.il Limited leav _ at ..9:05_j
Atlantic   Express   leaves at 7:0" r\
St. Pail Express at 2:10 P
For reservations and otter iifon
tlon
C B. POSTER E. G0UUOT'
G. P. A., Vancouver.    CP.R. ^
743
FRONT STREET
Is the  plane to buj
,r pp
II new an��
second-hand gooi
have nearly
Is'of any kind.
W
100 DOZEN JELL.
M
which wn ar,, offering for 10c Per
They aro new. .,,
We also have a splendid """
of
iiria" '
"The Milwaukee"
Over Fifty Stuffed
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't, begin  to tell you        ,
have,  but  no  mailer what W
come here first.
all ��1
Opera House Bookings.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and lhe Fiddle
Oct. 13���Scottish  Concert
Oct. 20.-O.    Henry's     New   Opera
'Lo.
Oct. 28���The Climax
Nov. 1 and _.-.'!,,. Shepherd King.
Nov. 4��� Parisian   Model
Nov. 19.���Human  Hearts
onie nere nr. _.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   ST��_
Columbia St.
"The   Pioneer Limited,"    St.   Paul  to
Chicago, "Short   Line,"   Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South     West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the eervice on any
railroad ln the work! that equal ln
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give  their  patrons  an  excellence    of I t_>mce 'Phone 4Bb.     Fwrn
service not obtainable elsewhere. Columbia Street
H. S. ROWE, General Agent. I     B._��__e   delivered   promptly  w
18. Third St.. cor. Alder. Port-land. Or
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���pnone
137
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Baggage   delivered
���art of the city.
any p"
Ught and Heavy
��   n��ICE-TRAM D
Hauling
SPOT. .sdav.
SEPTEMBER    30,  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS
W.
PAGE THREE
For the Following Reasons:
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
We have an Alaskan market for our oil at
fabulous prices.
We are erecting" our own refinery.
We have a lease on a producing oil well.
We own 800 acres of choice oil lands.
Our officers receive no salary.
Gth
Tth
8th
Our officers receive no commission on stock
sold.
The many natural geographical advantages
we have over any other oil company in the
world.
And we are selling our stock at a price you
can afford to buy.
Some stocks, sold at 10c to 40c per share in California, are now com-
mandmg very high prices, many of them selling around $10 to $20 per share.
.5100 invested four years ago in San Francisco-
McKittnck, operating 60 acres in California, is today worth $8100.
$100 invested in the Pinal Oil Co. five years ago is
bringing an income of $60 per month and is now
worth $12,000.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
B.   C.    Representatives    International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.   Phone Main 586..   614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DINNER TABLE FOR EXHIBITION WEEK.
MOREY & CO.
ARE  MAKING   A
|PEC1AL DISPLAY OF DIN-
NERWARE
[FOR A FEW   DAYS.        COME
JND SEE  IT AT 665  COLUM-
STREET
OREY'S
BIG  BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
1
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. BAILIFF MADE ATTEMPT I SPY SELLS BRITISH
I        TO SEIZE SUBMARINE
al Bunk uf Canada
iii
I'll 1x69)
r,al Paid up
,l!rv�� Fund
m Assets
.$ 4,700.000
.    5,.t00.000
.55,000,000
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME T/XBLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
inuver ll p.m., going direct t. Seat-
le daily exeaj i   Wednesday,
S.S. Channel leaves Vancouver i
.in., daily ior Victoria,
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouvi r, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday,
or Victoria.
PLANS TO GERMANS
But    International    Complications    Re-   Man  Who  Bore  Credentials  From the
suited and Dutch Government
Apologized.
The Hague, Sept. 29.���A bold
Dutch bailiff mad,' an unsuccessful at-
tempt to seize the Swedish submarine  llvalen. at  Ijiaiiklen. ami the tor-
English Firms Believed to Be in
German   Employ.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria lor
New Westminster every Tuesday,
Leaves New Westminster o:i Wed
nesday.
Pekin, Sept. 29.���The report that
closely guarded naval construction
and artillery secrets have been sold
to Germans has precipitated anxious
British official inquiries into the
transactions and movements of a
young man assuming a military title,
who recently appeared in Pekin,
bearing credentials from several foremost  English manufacturers of war-
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria u p.m. isl and 14'h
each month tor Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Aliciisei, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO  ROUTE,
S.S. Joan.
l.eaw   Vancouvei   2   p.m.   dally,   except   Sunday
a.m.
.eaves Nanaimo at  7
&""' ou. of tow
ii  accounts  boII-
8*VINGS
B*NK DEPARTMENT
_5&"X��T_c lxohan��e and
graphic tra"5" b��"sht fln<1 Bold'
C tra��-.,.rs  effected
New
Westmingter, B, c   Branch
F- SHUTE, Manager.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Loaves Vancouver
une -ii and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
eign ollice of the Netherlands was
obliged to apologize fully to the
Swedish charge d'affaires, who presented a protest. lt appears that
the steering gear of the llvalen.
which was bound from Spezla, where
ll had jusi been launched to Sweden.
In nke down in the North Sea. A
fishing boat picked trie submarine up stUP arms and ammunitions, claiming
and lowed ii to the Hook of Holland to be a confidential instructor in the
on promise of a specified payment. Chinese army. This man succeeded
The crew of the fishing boat allege , oonvlnclng leadlng Uritisil con.
that   while   the   Hvalen   was   tied   up
al [jmulden, the damage was re- cerns of his ability to place large or-
pai-ed and that the crew of the BUb- ders here. He was given contracts
marine cul the lines holding them to and entrusted with secret details and
the fishing boai and sailed off with- drawings. He succeeded in secur-
out paying the bill. The fishermen '"- considerable sums from local
notified the bailiff, who made an in- representations of these concerns be-
effectual attempt to seize the Hvalen. fore thl' disclosure that he was wholly unknown to Chinese authorities
hastened his disappearance from the
scene. I
The belief that the drawings were
sold to Germans is responsible lor
the active search throughout China
and Japan now being made by British authorities.
KING   GIVES   MEDAL
FOR   COLONIAL   POLICE
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
uhe 13 and July li.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen  City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafttr.
N0TicE
RE LULU
ISLAND BRIDGE.
Th
__.   ^ th. ! .    tor    vehicular
.,Jj oyn it     "llng loads of
^seive.      l tak�� all the risks oa
c W- A. DUNCAN,
V, ,!;����� *��� *m3Zg%,
For   reservations   and   information
call or address
ED.  GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Superlnt.ndvnt  victoria.
Ottawa, Sept. 1'!).���The King's police medal is a new medal which is
to be instituted by His Majesty to
ihe awarded to members of constabulary forces and flre brigades through-
lout the empire in recognition of special and exceptional service, heroism,
and devotion to duty. The medal,
ment. Not more than 30 will be
awarded annually on the recommendation of the ministers of the government. -Not more than 30 wlll be
awarded In the Dominions beyond the
seas in any one year, 50 ln India, and
40 in the United Kingdom. The
Dominion government has Just been
notified of the Institution of the new-
medal. The first awards wlll probably be made before the end of ttie
present year.
WILL STRENGTHEN
BANISB BEFENSES
NOTICE.
To Our Customers of Hani Coal:
We. the under, gned, do not expect.
to get any Banff coal this year.
GILLEY BROS. LTD.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Alleged Fishtrap Thieves.
Hellingham, Sept. 29.���Entering
pleas of not guilty to charges of looting flshtraps belonging to the Pacific
American Fisheries, five prisoners
were vestorday afternoon placed under bonds of $1000 each to appear tor
trial in the superior court ou Oct. 5.
New Coast  Fortifications Soon to Be
Erected and the Naval  Fleet
Increased.
MA
KE YOUR APPEAL to the public
Copenhagen, Sept. 29.���Both the
houses of parliament now have adopted national defence bills which provide for the strengthening of the defences at Copenhagen by the erection of coastal forts north and south
of the city, and forts at various
points on the coast of Zeland to prevent a possible landing and surprise
by a hostile enemy. The existing
land fortifications at Copenhagen
will be razed, and the fleet will be
further increased by the construction
of torpedo boats and submarines. The
| garrisons of Zeland, Jutland and the
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ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.    NEW  WESTMINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2  p.m. Tuesday, October 12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  13th���Devoted  to  Scottish   Sports, under  the management  of the Sons of Scotland.
THURSDAY   OCTOBER 14th-Vancouver Day, Championship  lacrosse���Vancouver vs.    New Westminster.
FRIDAY,   OCTOBER   15th-Chl|dr_n'.    Day.      Children',  sports,
��lr Bhlp flight, Intermediate lacrosse and football matches.
8ATURDAY,  OCTOBER  16th���Championship      lacrosse      match,
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
STOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
through the columns of THE DAILY  Isian(1 of Funen aiao wil| 1)f> strength-
NEWS.   The Morning Paper. ened.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
T. J.   TRAPP,
President.
W.  H.  KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
GOD SAVE THE  KING.
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EXHIBITION
Queen's Park
New Westminster, B. C.
October 12,13, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND I
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
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THE   PAI '��� V        :xvs
The Daily News
Published    >  The Dally News Pu  IH
lng Comp ���: , Limited, at their offices
The Dally N'ews Block, corner of Mc-
Kenzi.   and Trew streets.
E. A.  Paige.
. . . . Managing  Director
THURSDAY.    SEPTEMBER    30,  1909.
THE   QUEBEC   BRIDGE.
un .13,-
rlj   _:\ timi s -'
groes   :>'v ��� nu    from
' _ris   in   la   ' J174.509)
��ived  In  the  past
v .'   . -        md il   tells
f the nu develo
: - : ��� v ���   ���   Norl   wesi   sine
-   - led t    o lice    i ���
; -  -
A   point,   w irthj tl     com Idi  ������
tlon   of those   who  criticise   the  ex
thai th< re
is a i - Horn
Dominion lands every year, over and
al,,,,e the i ��� ' ��� administration.
Previous to 1896 there were greai
mn lays, bul nol sufficient to produce
a  surplus.
orrespondence
l Th,,  Daily News is not  responsible
for the opinions of Its corre pondents.)
Om- of the greai undertakings ol
the   Departmenl   of  Railways   is   the
re-construction of the Quebec bridge. 	
It should be remembered thai this
is the greatest projeel of Us Kind In
the   world.
The bridge over the Forth is nearly as long in iis Bpans, bul 11 Is
merely a single track railway bridge,
while tin' proposed Quebec structure
will combine railway, streel railway,
vehicle and  fool   traffic,
Originally  the worl;  was undertak   Editor Dally News:
on by the Quebec Bridge company, a     Dear Sir,���Like    your   correspond-
non-partlzan   organization   of   gentle- ent,  A   White  Workman,  I   too  have
men  interested In  tbe completion ol  '""��   readlug   the  Columbian,  and   i
think thai n ts a burning shame thai
,'1''   work. L  man elected by while men's  votes
The history of the partial construe- pledged   to  support   a   while     liritish
limi. and  terrible catastrophe of the Columbia should assail the Dominion
falling  of the  bridge is fresh  in  the governmenl   because    ii    is    alleged
���  ., ,        .... , ihat     a     railwav    corporal ion   would
minds ol  the  people.    Alter    mature see-   tQ h&ye ^ restrfctIon ,��� 0rIen.
consideration   the Governmenl   decld- ta|    immigration    removed    without
<>d  to take over the project, as they knowing if the governmenl   proposed
had a right to do under the statute, to  accede   to  iheir  requesl   If  made,
i       11*4.1    ���,��� and at the same time support a local
and an act was passed a little ovei governmen(    whidl     voted    agal-s(
a year ago placing the mattei' under "white" workmen's wage being paid
the jurisdiction of the Railways and.by this railway company when they
Canals Depart ment. The bead of were being given exemption trom
.,   , . i   , ., taxation,  lands,  etc.      I  have  taken
that depatrnien. recommended the ap- .,__ troub,_   (o ]ook   up thp miston
pointmenl of three ol the leading ljsl ,.e_erred to by A White Work-
bridge engineers of the world, and tr1 man and find it as stated. When I
them was entrusted the work of mat.-  had the journals in my hand curiosity
impelled   me  to  glance  through   them
���������������������������������������������������������������������������
The
Fraser
"GET   THE   HABIT"
ing Investigations and drawing plans.
and  I   found  upon  third  reading of a
They were given the full responsible jbiH givj.ng exemption of taxation to
ity of putting their plans into execu- railways that Mr. Henderson, Liberal
tion  and  constructing  the  bridge.      j member for Yal'. moved a clause as
It   will  be readily understood while
follows:
"That    neither      directly
nor indirectly shall any person of
speed and cost are two great essen- oriental birth or extraction be em-
tials in this work, that the greatest !ployed either (a) In the construction
necessity of all is the perfect safety]of the ^id railway or, (b) on the ex-
of the completed structure. empted railway during the life of the
'exemption.        1 also Iound that every
The eminent engineers appointed
have been investigating and studying
in almost every end of the globe,
endeavoring to arrive at a conclusion
which would place the success of the
undertaking beyond peradventure. It
is foreseen thai such very eminent
men might disagree, and provision
was made by order-in-council for calling in experts to confer in case of differences of opinion and to assist in
arriving  at   satisfactory conclusions.
Such experts have been called upon
recently and have conferred with the
board of three, wiih the very satisfactory result that all essentials have
been  agreed   upon.
Plans are now being prepared for
cantilever and suspension bridge, and
in each ol these spalls tenders will
be called, and il  will then be decided
Lib.'ral   member   voted   aye,   and   every   Conservative   member   nay.
Does  the  editor  of  the  Columbian
know these things?
ANOTHER  "WHITE"   MAN.
Mt. Vernon, B. C, Sept. 20, l'JD'J.
OBITUARY.
Elizabeth Dunbar.
The funeral took place yesterday
morning from the Roman Catholic
cathedral to the Catholic cemetery of
Elizabeth Dunbar, a girl 19 years of
age, a native of Pembroke, Ont., who
died of tuberculosis. She had only
recently come to this neighborhood.
She leaves an uncle at Praser Mills.
Rev.  Father  Malllard officiated.
Ebenezer   Nash.
The  remains  of the late  Ebenezer
Nash,   father   of   Fred.   .Nash,   C.   I'J.,
and   Mrs.   Guy   Simpson,   will   be   interred at the Church of England com-
which style of bridge will be construe- etery this afternoon, from St. llama-
tde,  as   either  of   the   plans   may    he
considered as perfectly  sale.
There  has  been  some  criticism  as
to tbe time taken to arrive at the presenl stage, but it is pleasing to note
that leading Cnoservalive papers like
the ".Montreal Gazette" bave expressed   strong  approval   of  the  care   that
has  been   exercised  by  the  Hoard  of
Engineers and  the .Minister of Railways and Canals in making sure thai
every  step  taken   is  amply  justitled.
Upon   completion   this   bridge   will
be  the greatest  in  the  world  and it
will  be a credit to the energy, courage and ability of the Canadian people,   who  not   only     undertake  great
things,   but   are   able   to   bring   them
to a successful conclusion, and it will
likewise  be  a  monument   to  the  enterprise and abiding faith in  the future of Canada and the Laurier Govern ment.
The bridge will form part of the
great Transcontinental Railway which
will connect the Atlantic with the
Pacific upon Canadian territory and
over which the produce of the West
will pass through to Canadian ports
on both the Atlantic and the Pacilic
upon Canadian territory, completing
another link to bind the Empire together.
The people of Canada, while regretting the delay and the unfortunate
circumstances attending it, will support the Government ln using every
endeavor to complete this bridge ln
time to carry the traffic of the new
Transcontinental   line.
has' church,
will officiate.
Rev.  C.  W.  Houghton
F. A. Whitaker.
The  Rev. C. W.  Houghton Officiated
yseterday  at  the  funeral  of  the  late
F.  A.   Whitaker,  which  was h<-ld  to
the Church of England cemetery.
The Eburne Line.
"The Eburne track .vill be in operation in time for the bringing of passengers to the provincial exhibition
next month, but the exact date cannot yet be named," said an official
of the B. C. Electric railway company yesterday, when questioned as
to the result of the recent inspection
of the road. All necessary arrangements have been completed for operation pending the taking over of the
roadbed from the CP.R. and it i.s
fully expected that a few days only
will be required to put the track ln
good  condition.
Family Row Disastrous.
Halifax, N.S. Sept. 29.���Samuel
Kayl, a member of the R.C.lt., is at
the hospital as the result of three
knife wounds and a dose of poison,
while his wife Is also in the hospital
With a broken leg, a deep scalp
wound and other injuries inflicted, it
is alleged, by the husband during a
family quarrel at their home, Mainland  street, yesterday.
DOMINION   LANDS   REVENUE.
During the fiscal year 18H5-DG the
total gross cash receipts rrom Dominion lands amounted to $174,609.
As evidence of the development
that has taken place during the present regime It may be stated that for
the three months of the present fiscal
year, the gross revenue from Dominion lands was $828,817.91. The revenue from this source for the month
A sacred concert was held In the
Millside hall on Tuesday evening of
the present week for the purpose of
raising funds for the new organ. A
goodly sum was secured. The items
on the program were partly provided
by local talent and partly by the
choir of the Sapperton Methodist
church. Rev. Mr. Reid, Kev. A. de B.
Owen and Rev. Mr. Greenlee of Vancouver were among those present.
CITY  VOTERS'  LIST.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1909 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen at this offlc?. for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom; must prefer his or
her request in writing,   signed   wltl
._-h
his or her name, and shall deliver or
"I   .lune   wpipp   more  than   during   Ihe (cause  to    be  delivered    to  the  City
whole year 1895-96.
The total revenue for 10 years from
Dominion lands up to lio of June,
1896, amounted to $2,'!4'!,8:i5, and for
the   next   10   years   from   the     same
Clerk within    the    time hereinbefore
spcified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City  Clerk's  Office,  New  Westmin
ster, B. C., September _, 1909.
iver
Fish Co.
the new up-
to-date Fish
Store.
Opp.   City   Hall
TELEPHONE 580.
FISH
We offer  Lie best   fish  ln  town
ai   the  lowest prices.
CHOICE   SALMON.
FRESH   HALIBUT
OYSTERS.
Try some of These for
Breakfast:
KIPPERED  HERRING
BLOATERS
SMOKED HALIBUT
SALT   LABRADOR    HERRING
I
FRUIT
Oranges.
Bananas,
Per dozen 	
Table Peaches,
��� Per pound 	
Mice  Table  Apples,
4  pounds  for ���
Choice Cooking Apples,
6 pounds for 25c
30c
.10c
.25c
A full line of
VEGETABLES
Nice
TABLE   TOMATOES
All kinds of
CANNED   FISH
^1^SSS^^SS^SSSS^1SSSS^S____---_____aaM__W______M--B--------_-��
PROMPT DELIVERY.
| S. A. RICHMOND, Manager
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
TO KEEP  DRY THIS WET ,
'HER    GET   A    BOX   OF   OUR \T
"Ulster" Linen Stationery
SPECIAL TODAY
3__.TO2ZBm_K3_;_3__l
SEPTEMBER
PER HOX
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
\Ve buy for cash and sell tor the same
Remarkable Sale
AT
LEE'S
Commences  today���Tuesday,   Septem] ������ p
during the wi 'Y
Genuine Reductions, Genuine Quality
Genuine Satisfaction
to all who win participate in thi8   advantageous    saie
WINDOWS!      Better   .till,   step inside and see for yours I.    ,. ��UR
are offering.    A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. what we I
LEE'S
MAJESTY'S
THEATRE
Columbia Street
PerformanceThistaing|JB. C. Mills, Timber am
Furniture Emporium
Le. _  Block, Col_-r_la s.rn
NEW WESTMINSTER,       -      . p ���
aj,   (..
_Sf_K_H_rfflH_BEiSaBH_''T'!""" K_
trrrar___Tif. ffiiVMJMi
at 7:30
Music by His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra.
EDISON THEATRE
Animated Pictures and
Illustrated Songs.
The  Latest  Hits  of the Season
ADMISSION   10c,
CHILDREN   5c.
F. L. KERR, Mgr.
CORNER   EIGHTH  AND   COLUMBIA
STREETS.
Rii j i c*     m   i   Steam and Gas Fit-
Model bign Works ting, Sheet  Metal
s.gn, scene and ornamentai. Works and General
painting. Repairs.
Old News Block, Sixth Street''
New Westminster.
Theo   P. Young, Prop.
JOBBING  PROMPTLY ATTENDED
TO.    PHONE  586.
MEHRITHE1. _ RAI.SAY
DIEBOll"�� " Co, Eighth and Carnarvon
CANTON. OHIO
Prices given on application for Fire,
Burglar proof and  other safes;   vault :
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent,   H.    J.    A.     BURNETT,  Ac-
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
'-a~         ".        ra.        ��wi,i,u,    ,,    ��u- ,
countant and auditor. P. O    Box 691       THE       DAILY NEWS
How About
a New
Shower-Proof
Coat?
WE   HAVE   WHAT YOU   WANT.
THIS CUT SHOWS ONE OF OUR
NEW SHOWERPROOFS, MADE BY
THE 20TH CENTURY H0U8E,
WITH THE HIGH PRUSSIAN COL-
LAR, WITH CUFF AND ALL THE
LATEST  FINISHINGS.
ASK TO  SEE ONE.
PHILLIPS
THE   WARDROBE   CtOTHIER
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kma' ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash, Du
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe_.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draiaii
JT)  "** 1
| Royai Cit? Branch, Columbia St
in
Telephone 12.
__ii_aum
New Weitminw
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������HI
Stop and See Our Toilet Soap]
35c a Box.
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
������������������������������������������������������������������������#������ ���*����������� ������������������_���������
Easterfcrook  Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR |
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co flour anp fbk�� merchant^
FRONT  STREET
New Westminster.
Telephone 1
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR 8HOOTING DUCKS AND DEER, &\
OPENED ON  SEPTEMBER  1. J
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNI'j
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS WE ARE CARRYING A *l
AND COMPLETE STOCK  AT  LOW PRICES
T. J. TRAPP & CO., LimiN
WE   ARE   READY   TO SH0*|
you how it ia cheaper to W"
high-cla-s   building    ^teni> I
than iti. to purchase the P"
er    kind.     We   car. poW
buildings bul't with our *
rials   that  never  need M    '
We  can  point to eoffle o��
that need repairs all the
But they were not WWO.^
materials.       See    w!.e>e
cheapness lies?
������'""Yi    l^^      O     7mm     materials.
\   Jf      ^     (jf     cheapness lies?
GILLEY BROS.. Ltd.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS SEPTEMBER   30. 1909.
THE   DAILY
PAGE FIVE.
���
SPORTING NEWS
s House
Warm Bedding at Special
Sale Prices For Friday
Buying
COTTON FILLED COMFORTERS, WITH DAINTY SILKEEN
COVERINGS. FULL SIZE: REGULAR PRICE $2.50. FRIDAY SALE
ONLY      ..-.    $1.75
WHITE    WOOL    BLANKETS,   FULL      104   SIZE,   PINK      AND
RDER8;    REGULAR  PRICE   $5.75;    FRIDAY    SALE     $4.50
DAINTY BED SPREADS. SOMETHING NEW. FRIDAY SALE
ONLY    $1.50
���WlU LIGHTWEIGHTS
(ifl FOUR FAST HOUNDS
Peterson nnd  Kid   Ballard   Pu'
p   Interesting   Exhibition  at T.
L.  C.  Smoker.
YESTERDAY'S RACING
Peti  son     thi   well  known
uj   and   Kl,
oi    foui   tasl   roun
held   bj   ih.   Trade
I   c      oi   thi   --
openinf   ip:   their   ni _
���   en ���
Botl    bo             liki      young   Bcrap-
��� ed excellent
0     bl :   ' oth   ol
FIR! I -Sf.'ci
i.   Pi
' _   ball
Idi   and
______--_Bi
1,1 ���" P  OVOBt
Li   lr,. ���
THIRD   I
������' *4^______
1.   Balronia;   2,  Swlfl   MacNe
!', ,i p ' , m,   mlli   and -"
yardi      I i   ��� ucl : m   Handicap;  three-
and  up
1,   Oceai     Queen      2,    Impoi I
Wo I   Box
FIFTH RACE���Five and a half tur-
��� longs;
i. velj
i    ton;   li,
-Six   fu lon v    b 'll-
WE CAN SHOUT YOU
the best line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
Large assortment just arrived. Best value, lowest prices
A greai variety of Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.    Everything in Home Fu_uishi_Cs
at astonishing prices.
Bill;   :i,
W. E. FAI F=5^ 612-618 Apes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176.
NIGHT  CALL  81.
iv three-year-olds and up.
their best  punches In Tl        ,,._.'   ' ressupburn
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
however, and
        ti       on ai
> nil  round  good  p o
(j    Ni ed in, l
I Peti poked ti        I a  lltl le
the b
ad is a
i .   ���        ..   i ii, lard
. as  ��� I; htl)   the qulckei   oi   bl
bul  on  the wholi   thi little ti
i   two
Thi   ci ii ti - tants  showed  a   disposi-
to clinch ri  little too  much, bul
\ hitting  v.      i ei      and       ������- as   an  In-
���-   exhibition.
\;      ... o     four  rounds
Referee  I ij ke calle I b  di ������'.<.       R. A.
Stom 5   and 8   Gili ae  timi -
ke< pers.
.   h
R \p ,E   11\ ���   mile    and  a
selling;     three-year-olds
Alio.
SIXTH
...   |
and up
1.   Hoy   	
���
~\:\ KNTH     K.v  '���:
��� ���    ear-olds.
|   l, Cinnamon; 2, Ablbu
Junior
Bucolli
Or-
Four  furloi
Fire.
BILLIE   LAUDER   DEFEATS
FORMER  WORLD'S  CHAMPION
HALF THE PEOPLE HAVE DEFECTIVE EYESIGHT
How is yours?     lf you  have never had  il  tested
: cannot tell, bin a can  at   my    optical    parloi   h
satisfy you.     I do nol make a  chart;,' tor examination
OPTICAL   PARLOR,
Room  13,
MON   TRUST    BUILDING,
New   Westminster, B. C,
Billie Lauder the Calgarj  boxei de-
'���     tikii   Neil, former champion
v   boxer    ol    the  world, al
ast evenini       The
���   weni   fifteen  rounds,  and   was
won    on    a    decision    from  Referee
Hewitt.      The mill  was one of    the
 v seen in British Columbia,
and provided all sons ol exi temenl
for ;i big crow d ol fighl tans. 1 i
betting  was all  in  favor ol  Neil, and
  the Calvary man's win was a big stir-
The  Vancouver bowlers  won   from prise.      Lauder had the advantagi   li
Westminster by  502 pins  last   even   weight, tipping the scales al over 130
ing   the local boye being considerably  while Neil weighed in at only 122.
ofl  color.      T.  J.   Mahonej   acted  a>;  ������
FITSIMMONS  TALKS  TO
NEW   YORK   DOPE   ARTIST
BOWLING
CUPS AND SAUCERS, $1.00 PER DOZEN.
(White and  Gold  Patterns.)
FIFTY  DOZEN  TO  CLEAR   AT THIS   PRICE.        REGULAR   VALUE
$1.35  A  DOZEN.    WONT  LAST   LONG.
SIX-PIECE   TOILET    SETS    AT  $2.25.      See  them   in   our  window.
C. B.  DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
I
Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
foul line Judge, and C
.  VV
Sanderson
las  scorer.      Accompanying
are
the
bcoi es:
VANCOUVER.
l.
���>
3.
Toi
Bonw Ick 158
154
162
474
Scotl    180
L8a
VI,1
66.
Strickland   . .   ..  153
157
168
47*
Mollis 18.
186
232
60.
i Routh        ITS
116
168
461
Totals 854
800
930
.584
\\ B8TMINSTER.
1
_,
3
Tot.
Keary 108
170
134
41.
Wintemute 11.
1 II
164
476
Fisher 11.
131
1 p">_
.99
Qllchrlsi    in
126
l r,'i
89.
14"
i i
,,
711
7; i r>
_U8_
AUTOMOBILE   RACE
TERMINA1
'ES
i   _:���
FATA
��� (lei
l.LY
Riverhead,   L.I.,  Sep
beri
New York, Sept. 29.���Mr. R. Fitz-
simi'ions. who had a reputation round
tlnr-sf parts when Hudson scrambled
up the river, blew to London a few
<ia>s ago. When asked what he
iho'islit of a fight between Johnson
and Jeffries, Mr. R. Fitzsimmons
said:
���i think thai Jeffries will beat
Johnson   to  death."
Mr. R. Fitzsimmons then put on
his kidding clothes and beat it for
the state room.
He is tp, box Bill Squires and Hill
1 v :���  iii  Austi alia.
_en or twelve years au,, Fitz was
something of a serapper. He could
pelt them iii both sides like a battleship, bul now be has been out of the
going for live or six years, he Is. ac-
cording t > Australian scribes, b ttei
than evei
Great fie li t that���Old Lemon Hill
Squires, the pugilist tumbler, vs.
Ruby Robert,
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.
WATCHES
'll Lyttle, one of the best known professional automobile racers In the
country  .was  dangerouslj   burl    and
'his mechanician, Janus Bates, was
fatally injured today in the Long Island Slock car races neai Riverhead,
Bati s died a short time after the accident
Louis  Chevrolet   won   the  class  iih,-
itbr race  (cars selling between $1250
land }2000), 113 3-4 miles In l:3i 36
3 l1'. breaking all records tor the
class Robi i ��� Burn in a Jewltl car
was s, cond. Lyttle. li is said, has a
chance to I eco\ i I. The injured men
were taken to a neighboring farmhouse tor  medical attendance __ 	
The   accident   occurred   during   the  fifth   Langford   sent   his   man   to   the
lea  y  part   of  the  race,    whii,-   Lyttle  floor once, and as the bell rang, drove
jand   Hates,  driving  an  Apperson   ear,  him in a heap into his corner with a
jwere rounding a curve in the first heavy body blow. Before the bell
lap of their race near the town of i rang for the sixth the "Kid's" sec-
Northville,     The   racing    automobile ends threw up the sponge.
'was  going   nearly   70  miles  an   hour)	
Langford Whips Dixie Kid.
Boston. .Mass.. Sept. 29.���Sam
Langford of Boston look five rounds
to defeat the "Dixie Kid" Of California, both colored, at the Armory Athletic association Inst night. The Cai
Ifornlan was much lighter, bul by
clever ducking was able to avoid
most of Langford- terrific swings and
In the third round had the Boston-
ian wearied by a series of body
punches and jihs in the face, which
slopped    Langford   partially.      In   the
when it skidded and overturned, pinning both men beneath it. Lyttle
was injured internally. The mechanician's skull was crushed and lie received   internal   injuries
I sell
���� watches that keep to the second the  time,
Sii   "9 movement, adjusted  to suit any clime;
ver--f,;iftd   cases_flne   90|jd      ({J
wa'ches the best that are made to be soldi
Baseball   in  Congress.
Olympia. Wash., Sept. 2a.���Judge
W. W. McCredie of Vancouver was
nominated for congressman from the
second district in a caucus which
ended this morning
Judge McCredie Is superior judge
of Clarke. Skamania and Klickikat
counties and recently gained considerable publicity by refusing to wear
the judicial gown proscribed by the
state law.
Judge McCredie is the owner of
both Coast and Northwestern baseball league iearns in Portland.
Delegate to Convention.
William Breimer, of this City, who
has been appointed as their delegate
by Local 57:1 of the Journeymen
Barbers' International t'nion of
America, leaves today for the big congress of the union which will open in
Milwaukee next week.
CHAM BERLIN, The Jeweler
8��U AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES.
Des Moines Wins Pennant,
lies Moines, la.. Sept. .IL���Des
Moines yesterday won the Western
league vetinunt by its victory over
Lincoln. Nebr. Des Moines' percentage is .612, Sioux City .610, with
Omaha third. The season closed
yesterday  ^^
A Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
land
bloc:
Eight
all
flor
*320O
tlu.l
Am house' nlne fu|l sl��d lots, frame stable .ind hen house;
;*"*<��� cultivation, directly back of the Brunette Sawmills office, a
r,n Qf Columbia  street.
For What?   Just Think!
' oa��h, balance m per month Qn temis tQ be arra,-.d.    Exclu-
"" by McQUARR.E   &  CO.,  Front  Street.
Half
vel.  fo
WANTED, TO RENT
with option of
purchase
SMALL IMPROVED FARM OF FIVE
OR TEN ACRES OR SO, CLOSE IN
TO CHILLIWACK, OR NEW WESTMINSTER, NEAR B.C.E.R. EXTENSION. USED TO GARDENING AND
ARE GOOD BUTTER MAKERS.
APPLY    "ALBERTA,"    CARE    OF
DAILY   NEWS.      .,    ���     .       .   _J_!
Rubber
Goods
HAVE ADVANCED TWENTY PER
CENT. FORTUNATELY FOR US
AND FOR YOU WE PURCHASED
OUR WINTER STOCK BEFORE
THE ADVANCE. WE HAVE DECIDED TO SELL AT OLD PRICES
FOR ONE WEEK. IT MEANS A
SAVING TO YOU WORTH TAKING
ADVANTAGE OF, SO IF YOU EXPECT TO BE NEEDING A HOT WATER BOTTLE OR SYRINGE OR
COMBINATION OF BOTH, YOU
HAD BETTER ACT QUICKLY.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six  Races  Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL   STREET   DAILY   AT   1   P.   M      HALF-
HOUR   SERVICE   FROM   GRANVILLE  STREET  STATION.
Road Oil
and
Asph
BX. Refining Co.
(LIMITED)
Offices: Winch Bldg, Vancouver,
or Refinery, Port Moody.
WE ARE NOW READY EOR BUSINESS
PATRONIZE YOUR   LOCAL   INDUSTRIES
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657��Columbia Street
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY,   SEPTEMBER
JO,
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Columbia   Street    Local   Improvement
Notice.
Pursuant to section 20 of the "Local Improvement General Bylaw.
1909," notice is hereby given tbat tlie
Assessmenl Roll of the "Columbia
Street Local Improvement" is open tor
inspection at the offlce of the Assessor in the City Hall, New WestmlnBter, lliiiish Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person interest,.a
in any of the properties Included
therein, desires to appeal lrom sucb
assessment he shall within the period
of eleven (11) days from the tirst
publication of this notice, Ye notice
to the undersigned '_ writing of bis
intention   to appeal.
Dated this 29th day of September,
A .1).. 1909.
\V.  A.  DUX CAN.
City  ClerK.
Date of flrst publication, 29th day
of September, 1909. 225-10.
Labor lieletirales
PARIS STUDENTS
.. CNUGHT
Opening of Temple        ntj-y tue
(Continued  lrom  Pagv One.)
tbe .\,w Westminster Council on tbe
second venture made this year. I'hej
Inul successfully carried out n iniv
celebration, and new wer" going into
a home ol their own. ii used to bi
the case thai organized labor had
been concentrated In Vancouver, Victoria and Nan li io, bul now they had
a fourth link In the chain which
would render them stronger than
ever againsl the enemy. Capital.
Vice-Pn i hh nt    Thompson      boped
Decide to Finish Clubhouse
Wiih None But Their Own
Labor.
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LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group -,
Xew   Westminster  District.
Whereas proof of the loss or certificate of title number 2396P, issued
in the name of John Bernard Jolin-
son, has been filed in this offlce,
Notice la hereby grlven that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the iirst publication hereof In a dally newspaper published In
th,. city of Xeu Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objectiua be
mad,, to m.   in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar or Titles.
Land Registry Officv, New Westminster, B. C, August 30. 1909.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 514,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anil iu London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A��� and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Totr.   Assets  over $168,000,000.00.
oJEY WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
the  Westminster  Council    would
in  unison in the Hghl against the
troducUon of Oriental labor.
Doesn't  Like  Dreadnoughts.
Delegate Hamilton trust,.,I thev
unionist, would fight unitedly against
militarism, and Dreadnoughts, while
li,.legale Letroader In adding ins
praise, hoped the Vancouver Council
would be in a position to welcome the
Westminster Council to a new home
of labor in Vancouver before long.
The remainder of the evening was
spent principally in vocal and Instrumental selections, following the boxing bout reported elsewhere. T.
Turnbull and members of the various
Ulii..lis.   also   spoke.
Among those who contributed to
the program were is. Robb, W. Christie, Willis liuineii and I-'. Postelth-
walte;  E. Neilson accompanied.
ITALIAN   SWINDLES
MANY   OF   HIS  COMPATRIOTS
New York, Sept, 29.Postofflce inspectors made an unannounced call
'today in an east side tenement and
arrested Dominlco Forte, a young
Italian and the reputed head Of the
"European-American Transfer company." a concern through which it is
alleged hundreds of Italians throughout the United States were victimized. Porte, charged with using the
mails to defraud, was held in $1000
ball.
According to the inspectors letters
were sent out by Forte to credulous
foreigners suiting that a package of
jewelry consigned to them had been
received and that the "European-
American Transfer company," as tne
agent, had paid $_.!>5 as the duty on
same.
The package would be forwarded to
its destination, the letter added, upon
receipt of $2.05. Tho inspectors say
that the names of ten thousand prospective "customers" were fou.d in
Forte's rooms. The prisoner made a
full confession, it is alleged, saying
that he was the sole proprietor and
that he "was making money as fast
as Rockefeller."
Paris, Sept. 29.���The students of
Paris are in a fair waj of getting a
home of their own through their ow.i
particular manual work, provided
they do not gel into a row With the
trades unions. For a long time the
students cherished an ambition to
have a cluh house of iheir own. After
long negotiations they sue,, ded in
getting from the city an old building
whieli had formerly been us, d bj
the faculty of the College of Medicine. There was a proviso, however,
thai the students should preserve the
historic parts of the building. In
order to do this and provide a proper
meeting place, it was m cei sai y to
u construcl the building. The money
for this purpose was raised by the
students by entertainments and subscriptions, and  the  work  was  begun.
The stud, nis were counting on being able to enter their new home on
the 16th of last January, but repeated
strikes among the nun employed on
the building threatened to postpone
its completion indefinitely. The students finally got tired of waiting for
tlie strikers to resume work, and determined to undertake to do the work
with their own hands. Three siov
Ies of the building were covered, and
it was only necessary to place 15
metal girders in position to allow the
roof to be pul on and enable the
plasterers and painters to complete
the inside work.
Some of the students began the
work today and began hoisting the
beams into place. Half a dozen policemen superintended the operation
ln order to prevent interference from
the strikers.
of household work is taken
away when _ unlight Soap is
brou^lit into the home.
For thoroughly cleansing;
floors, metal-work, walls
end woodwork, Sunlight
is the most economical both
in time and money. ,���.
PIANIST   MAKES
GALLANT    RESCUE
Cornwall, Ont., Sep'. 29.���A gallant
rescue was made at the Grand l'linik
station  here  yesterdaj   afterni	
About one hundred persons had
gathered to send off Mr. and Mrs V.
Fiynn. who were married at St, Andrew's yesterday morning. As the
train was fast approaching, the crowd
jostled   about    with      the   result    thai
.Miss Mcintosh, a cousin of the bride,
wus thrown off the platform prostrate
across in from of the train, which
wus about loo feet away, ami running
about LT, miles an hour. Hugh Kip-
pen, pianist and singer, saw the lady
fall and rushed to her aid. He
dragged her from the tracks as the
engine passed, the pilot striking his
feet.
GRAND   OPENING
Westminster Skating
Rink
Thursday Evening, Sept. 30, 7 P, %
The management has recently, at ai
ol   One   1 hou.and   Dollar.-.,  ,
improvements for the conveniem ������
runs.    Undesirable persons not
BASS   DEPOSITED
IN   MUSKOKA   LAKES
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc'nes for Ladies from |12.75
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Turn   doors   hom   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Standard's Souvenir Number.
The Daily News is in receipt of
the .Montreal Standard's special number which a most creditable production. It has a magnificent cover In
colors, painted by one of Americas
best known artists. The number
contains nearly 150 half-tone plates
devoted to subjects of general interest, and has two superb panoramic
views of Montreal suitable for framing. Tlie printing is first-class, and
we understand that many thousands
of the issue have been sent to friends
abroad.
BRIDE   AND   GROOM
i DIE   FROM   SUFFOCATION
	
Albany, N. Y., Sept. .:'.���Fn route
from Farmington, Conn, to Ball-
stone, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Petchail were found dead today in
a room of a boarding house, having
been asphyxiated, after a four-days'
honeymoon. The police expressed
the belief that thoughtlessly or
through ignorance the husband had
blown out   the  gas.
A marriage certificate, which was
found in the room, showed that Pet-
chard, aged fl. and his bride. May
Hennessy, aged 22, were married on
September IS last at Farmington,
Conn.
Brantford, Ont., Sept. 29.���Some
twenty thousand young blaek bass
were removed trom the government
fish liatcherv here yesterday and will
be  placed  in  Muskoka  lakes
Tlie hatchery, which was in the nature of an experiment this year, will
be enlarged next year.
Clan Mackintosh Reported Safe.
Calcutta, Sept. 29.���The British
steamer Clan Mackintosh, belonging
to the Madras Steam Navigation company, which was reported yestf rday
from Rangoon to have blown up al
sea, arrived here. The steamer had
met  with  no accident.
Lifebuoy  Soap    Is    delightfully  refreshing for    Bath  or  Toilet    in  hot
weather.       For   washing    underclothing it ls  unequalled.    Clean.es    and j
purifies. *��� -
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY NEWS
Westminster's   Home  Paper.
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara  Falls.
For Timp Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
HOURS:
Morning
Afternoor
Evening
'0 to g ;
- 2 to 5
7:30 to 10
PRICES:
Admission  10c;    Skates
\
On Saturdays, 10 to 12 ill I
school childn n will je ;���.,!
nished  skates for Ifc
Visited
tore?
We want to meet you.    Please give us the privilege.
HOUSE of QUALITY
Clothes That Reflect
the Personality of     |
the Wearer
THE GREATEST FAULT WITH MANY KINDS OF READY-TO-
WEAR CLOTHES IS THAT THEY DON'T SEEM TO BELONG TO
THE MAN WHO WEARS THEM. THEY LACK THAT SUBTLE
SOMETHING WHICH DISTINGUISHES THE WEARER FROM
THE  COMMON   HERD.
Ours are Different.    Why?
FINISHED BY HAND, THAT'S WHY. TAILORED BY EXPERTS.
BETTER TRIMMINGS, AND HAVE THAT SOMETHING WHICH
IS ENTIRELY LACKING IN OTHER MAKE. CALL AND BE CO* |
VINCED.
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
CLOTHIERS
WE'RE   FOR
MEN.
HATTERS
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! You   Can   Make   No   Mistake
��
{ If you fill your numerous wants    for    Stationery,    Books,   Bibles.
��� Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign News Papers, and in fact any-
4 thing usually carried in a first-class   Stationery  Store.
* We buy dir.ct fom the manufacturers for spot cash, no mid'
r dleman's profit to be added and therefore we can show you st"11'
4 money-saving   prices,
e Th=   new   English   Church  Hymn Books are now In st
i you   require  one?
stock.   Do
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We are making a special showing this week of Underwear and Hosiery
in the Mens Department.   Our values defy competition and our guarantee of satisfaction is a part of every sale.
Men's Rib Worsted Socks, black or heather mixtures, heavy weight, fine
ribbed top; cord of mending with each pair.    Three pairs for
: TODHUNTER & BURR
4
I    Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
4
* Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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Our ''Llama" Cashmere Sock, the best that can be procured; has seamless feet; each pair has the word "Llama" embroidered in red silk All
sizes.   Per pair        ' j-q
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
Thompson Block, opposite City Hall.
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I Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations wlll run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car loaves at 11 p. in.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and dty limits over the
city  line.
Cars   le"��
Irani
City   Line:   . ,
office on the hoar, twenty J
utes   after,   and   forty   ���iDU'f
after, commencing at
6:20 a.
Car9
leave ,
Sapperton   Line
at  ten  minute, after <ne ��
half past and fifty uimu.es af'30
the hour, commencing bi
a. m.
Sunday servi
tween 8:30 a.
ce halMwuriy
m. and tt . n1'
he-
British Columbia Electric Ry
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ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEW^ SEPTEMBER   30, 1909.
TuE  DAILY  NEWS
,eat or certificate of lis pendens bell
filed within such period  or iu d�� ;i"   Y'Ae Une'
. ��� apJol redemption before registration, y, ** ���ilh',n  llfDt- ��:
���   (.-, occupation   farmer.
for permission to
the    following     described
PAGE  Si-Vp....
r"part V. Iand  ,���:"',,  o1   -',M   wJ|  be forevei  ���     .
,,, obtain a topped and debarr d from setting up pm
, , "i.i- any clal      o or In respect of the
u; District land, and l Bhalj register Annie it,
,���i  occupa- as owner thereof In fee.     And iher
TU PliESERVE     j
p��ilit OF OLD GALL
'"..   aU tuny .'New Westminster, Province ol
of the lake, Columbia,   thli   30th   day or  A i
'      D ei     aiver,  A. D., 1909.
C   S.  KEITH,
Dlsti Icl  Eti gl  trar.
To Samui i Coulter,  E  |
inlet,    (Indan
v   of   dlvi rslon
le    iron  the
Ij The quantity
: cub c feel  p< i
charactei   ol
water  power
'   a posl   planted  In
'      ol   Kees  Island,
group.    Dated
1909       Applying   lor   the
i,    containing    lOu acres
���
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated J v.      h   1909.
Scotch   Cana
Oengary   Form
S0C"'""    >      f Gaelic
erature.
Llt-
WATER   NOTICE.
'' of Ooasi  flange One.
1 ce that John Johnson, ot
���  Val ''., occupation,    sales
to apply for perm! oi
'" Purchai ���. the following describfc-
land  :
������>���      ' al   a  posl   planted on
V. !r'!" ��� re of John island, an Is-
particularly   In of the "Water A.t, 1! ," to obtain a  land   ietween  Kees island and Davns  "   ' French-Canad
machlney.  license  In   the   Municipality of    Bui   Island.     Dated, June 6th, 1909.    Ap- neighboring counties in Quebec oro
ii,..   operation     ofjnabj   Division ol Loi   HI  Distrlcl        plying  for the  whole island, contain-  '"''"���      These i ,    ar,   careful
prosppi    in   theli   new
ol electricity
Notice ls here ij  glvi n th^, au
and com- plication will be mad. under Pai
11,    Sept.    _
yeai    the   pop
H      and   Be
o
'"      ���        toda      "Where
���"and        oddsai
"'">  are far away.
s sold    the buyer Is
al i
li
1'
be  will   teil  yo i
Win u  a  I
When this mark .3 on
the outside of a paint-
can, be sure that what's
inside is the paint it
will pay you best to put
inside or outside of any
building. It's you.
warranty of real paint value���because it means
paint permanence.    Trust it���you're surely safe,
IN TINS FROM PINT TO GALLON
'���!,,!, In 40 shades for every paint us*
by Imperial  Varnish  _��  Color Co., Toroulo
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1.
01  _ for whlchl    m.i The name, address and ocupa lng 60 ai         or. or less farmsrs and
power are suit- tlon ol  the applicant ls Horac,    iV'l JOHN   10HNSON           ' ' " ~
(f)    Tbe pre- liamson,     ll.    Westmlnstei    avi    i p     fl     * p                '            With such a marked change in the
��  ^ 1    -..   be  Vancouver,  B. C Dated Ju_.6Ux.lM9 Population   the  Gaelic  tongti      ,
near high tide I    i.,.i  in,, name "f the lake, ���        ' al one time prevailed, is falling into
iii   river,  (gl   (lf unnamed, the description)   li      i     ��� __  disuse and  the Glengarrj
,     ., the water is known, rising in Lot J.10, running In Distrlcl ol  Coast  Ranee one organizing   a   Highland    So let;    foi
rate electric pow-ja southerlj   and    westerly    direction Take notice that James Watsi)n ol ,the purpose of    f��stering the Gaelic                       	
���  .. traction   light- through Distrlcl  Loi  111, Bun Vancouver, li   c    occupation   l inner languase,   Gaelic    literatun    and   the
during   ami     ,_l       (c.)  Tli. polnl of diversion is aboul Intends to apply for permiss'on U   n lr' "���"'""������-  :'j(i   traditions   of   the   Scot-  Military Authorities  Find Stranger in
I or other purposes 400    feel    south    ol a stake marked ,.,. the following desci bed  lands- ""''  De��P'e' and    furthei    to Induci
.,.   applied,    (ii   II   Block one (I)  in the northwesi  cor Commencing  ai   a   post planted on '"":'s  '"  G'eagarrlans    to  remain  on
ed for power or  ner of District Loi   III. the   uoi    ea       ihore   of    Owl   island th<   homea their ancestors hewed out
ribi   the   Place      id.; Tiv quantity ol   water applied Dated .June 6th   1909       .pplylne for Y ""' wlldernef��s.     With this object
to be returned to f,���- iin cubic feet per second; is two|the who;,, island  containing 160 acres r
ANDERSON & LUSBY
AGENTS   NEW   WESTMINSTER   AND   DISTRICT.
P ii I, and the differ- (2)
ietween point of dl-j    (e.) The character of the proposed
. [nt   i,:'    return.    The  works  is  t���  run    power    machlnerj
. Is to be ."���turned to river near and  electric    dynamo,    domestic:    or
Ith of same,  ind difference ot ele- irrigating,
i of diversion and j    (f.) Th,-   premises   on   which   in
. .out 3'io feet, (j)   water is to be used is known asBlock
land  hit'Ddei to be one Hi, two (2) and sixteen (16) in
roposed works win District Loi in, Burnaby.
GERMAN SPY CAUGHT
IN IRISH FORTRESS
Leenan   Fort   Making   Sketches���
Prisoner  is  Discharged.
new a meeting was held at Alex-
more or less.
JAMES  WATSOiN,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June Cth, 1909.
.    .. (ki   Thl-  no-
[���- .,   the   7th   day  ol
ipplication    win   he
Commissioner   on   the
[     .   ist   1909.     (1)  Glve
,. Dd   iddresses of any  n-
i ���    ���   v vv or
licenses who or ,
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson, j
Intends to apply for permissi, n to pur- j
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady, i
chase the following described lands:   j
Commencing at a post planted in
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, the largest island in the In-
dian proup. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, con- j
tainlng CO acres  more or less.
BERGETA ANuERSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th,  1909.
andria the other day, when I Jr. D. D.
MacDonald, John _, McGregor, A. A.
McDonald and John Kennedj were
appointed a committee to drafi a
constitution and bylaws to be submitted al a meeting to be held on
October 13.
ipany
i (g.) The purpos, s for which the
water is to be used are domestic,
power, light and irrigation.
(h.)  If  for Irrigation  descrl!,.-    the
land   to   li..-    irrigated���about    twelve
11 l.i   acres.
ii.) If the water ip- to be used  tor
L nds are likely to be affected ; power or mining   purposes   desori e
|.V pro] aed works, either abov. the place where the water I? to be re-
I tbi I'let, IS F. Dicklns, turned to snnit, natural channel, and
Leaver, B. C. the   difference   in     altitude     between
He part of the    Memorandum  ot  points  of  diversion  and  point of  re-
ia-lon of the  Company    which  t.,.,-n.    The   water   is   to   be  returned
Bo'iz. the  propo.s-.-d   application  about  two hundred   (200)   feet  below      D,str:ct of Coast  Range One.
Nforkj reads as follows: in saint    .'anuvl and .about sixty (60)1    Take  n0,lce  that    Frank  Jacobson,
The   objects   for     which     the   feet low. r. |of  Vancouver.  B.  C,  occupation,  far-
ls established and to wlilcn j    j.) The area   Of  Crown   lend   intend- |,1,er-  i"'ends  to  apply  for  permission
Ms the Company  are    restricted ,0,]   to  be occupied  by    the    proposed if-0   purchase   the   toilowing   described
"acquisition of water and water work, is none. |lands:
K'bv records of unrecorded   wa-I    (k.)  This notlc was lasted on the I    Commencing  at  a   post   planted   ln
Jorby the purchase of water re- 14th day of Augusi. 1909, and appll-'a    "��� ::   '''''   ""  ;" "     '" ""    :   H"'"1
I or water privileges for (a) Con-;catlon  will  be  made    to    the    Com-
ictiag. operating and  maintaining I mlssloner on the 15th day ol    Septic works, power houses, gener-1tember, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock.
;plant and such Other appliances (l.) Thp nam... and addresses of
11, :.;���::. -tares as are necessary ;;lDy riparian proprietors or licensees
for the generating of elec-1 who or whose lands are likely to he
tr, or electric power, or any other affected    by   the    proposed     work.s.
I of developed power, and lor.^iQier above or below the outlet are
lB_t_r.t: the same to be used by the Crown, II. B. Scott, Vancouver,
ICompanv or by  jicrsons or com-iand E. Pa.hman, Vancouver,
(contracting with  the company; HORACE  WILLIAMSON,
hi a.   i motive power lor the |    442   Westminster   avenue.   Vancou*
p.p. of motors,     machinery   or;ver, B. C.
fighting or other works or to
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per  S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June Cth,  1.09.
|rv: by the  Company  tn  confer heating or as a    motive
0.lor propelling tramways, or for
hauling,    lifting,     pumping.
|i_. crushing,    smelting, drilling
Billing or fur any  other opora-
|s'.o which It may be adapted  "r
������ :t'i or auppllnd for or In con
Ite with any other purposes for
Ich electricity or elec'rlc pow,T
! ��� . ��� .1 or required, (gl For
ferine water and water pov'er
Ui tor use application and dis-
BODO by erecting dams. Increasing
J head nt water In any existing
|?ot water, or extending the ar.-a
X, diverting the waters ol any
to. pond or lake Into any other
pel or channels, laying or erect-
I '1 llne or flume,  pipe  or  wlre
LAND   ACTS.
District  of  Ooast   Range One.
Take   notice  that  Adolph   0.   Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends   to  apply  for permis-
scribed lands:
sion   to  purchase    '.he    following de-
Commencing at a post  planted  on
the north shore of Crib island.    Dated
June Cth,    1909.      Applying    for the I
whole  Island,    containing    90    acres
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell   Hotel.
George Gordon.  Kamloops.
Wm.   McBrlde,   Portland,   Me.
W. Dodd, Toronto.
W.  B.  Straus. Oakland, Cai.
C, C. Fisner, San Jose, Cai.
J.   Maloney,   Vancouver.
J.   P.  Cameron,  Vancouver.
S. D. Stewart. Vancouver.
E.  B.  Riley, Tacoma.
C. B, Brydone-Jack, Vancouver.
W. R. Crawford and family, Seattle.
D. James. Seattle.
D. it. cc"eman, Seattle.
A.  M.  Mowat,  Winnipeg.
L. Godhoit, .Montreal.
Geo.   Strachan,   Toronto.
H.  A.   Whitehead,   Toronto.
C. E. Fowler. Seattle.
C.  J.   Rowbotham,  Vancouver.
W, B.  rownley,  Vancouver.
W.   Bush.   Vancouver.
J.  T. Chlsholm,  Vancouver.
E. Walter Marks, Toronto.
D'Arcy  McGee,  Vancouver.
Edna   White.   Brockville,  Ont.
W. G. Nightingale, Toronto.
London, Sept. 29.���The arrest of
an alleged German spy. who was
round In Leenan Fort, In the nortii of
lii-land, and afterwards llbi ated, Is
reported In a telegram from Buncrana
Lock  Swilly, County Donegal.
Yesterday morning tne attention 01
the military authorities in Leenan
Fori was drawn to a stranger inside
the inner batteries, who. it is said,
was  taking sketches.
Tlie man was immediately placed
under arrest and a court martial was
held. .Nothing definite, however,
could be proved, and the man was
discharged. He. could speak hardly
any English, only German, and did
not know, apparently, where lie was
going. This was the gist of the man's
story, but the station master, who observed tiie man getting on a midday
train at Cloumany, said that he seemed to be acquainted with the direction   he  took.
Leenan Fort is the strongest fortification on the Nortii Ireland coast,
and 110 one is allowed within tlie
building. How the stranger got in
unchallenged is so far a mystery.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. P.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting ol this i<"tge
are held In Oddfellows' hah. Carnarvon street, every Monday evening
p,i 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, nohie
grand.    W. O. Coatham. ree. secy.
A. O. D. \\\���FRASER LODGE NO. J
���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tuesday In each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd-
fellows'    luck, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099. I.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. in tbe Eagles'
hall, Columbia street, j. N. Aitch-
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secretary.
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of jnl0re or less
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
Intends   to  apply    for    permission to
purchase    tbe    following      described
ands:	
Commencing at a post planted in a
mall bay on north shore of Berry is-   New Westminster   Land   District,  Dps
land,   daied   June   4th.   190'.i.       Apply- trict ot New Westminster,
ng  for  the   whole  Island,   containing
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 6th.  1909.
lull acres more or less
OLE  BENJAMIN  ANDERSON.
Per  S.   11.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June 4th, 1909.
District of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase  tiie  following  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1169, thence
south .0 chains, thence east 40 chains,
Windsor Hotel.
C. B. Miller. Vancouver.
H.   E.   Duree,  Seattle.
Edwin  West.  Mt.  Vernon,  Wash.
Mrs.   A.   Pengely,  Vancouver.
T. W. Kirscbbaum, St. Louis.
J.  O.  Donnell, Stratton.
J. E. Haroson, Potscum Mills.
II.  O'Neill.  Vancouver.
S. E. Callender, Blaine.
Gertie Nunenger, Blaine.
John Oliver, Delta.
D. N. O'Bryne, Winnipeg.
D,  Ricardeau, Vancouver.
W.  W.  Armstrong,  East  Langley.
G. Allen, Shields, B. C.
GOLDWIN   SMITH   GIVES
USE   UMBRELLAS
TO   COLLECT   CHARITY
London, Sept. 29.���The ingenuity
which lias been shown in the development of new ideas- calculated to
enlist the sympathies and subscriptions of a philanthropic public has
probably reached its climax iu a novel use which the authorities of the
London Hospital have found for umbrellas and  walking sticks.
A receptacle is placed in the handles of these which will hold exactly
S4 half sovereigns or sixpences, and
the holders draw the attention of
1 their friends to a little slot Which is
of sufficient size to receive the coins
I as a donation to the funds of the
p hospital.
Already 400 of these umbrellas and
walking sticks have bene distributed,
not only in London but in China, Australia, Soutli Africa and other distant
parts of tlie world. When full they
are returned to the hospital, and already a goodly sum has accrued to
the coffers of the Institution. The
record  collection in one umbrella so
30_RD OF TRADE���NEW \\ EST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tbe tnird
Thursday of February, .May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday or
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
SONS 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. Sutherland.
I. O. G. F���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Gliley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Dodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. D.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 46S3, I. O. F.; C. O.
F. Court Westminster. .No, .30;
Brotherhood  of Owls,  Nest No.  2y.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
PARK   TO   TORONTO   tttr  has been   ���29  His.
Toronto,   Sept.   29.���Provision   has I Joseph's  Wheat.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of ttience north to coast, thence follow- been made whereby the Orange and Branford, Conn., Sept. 29.���Some of
' '������ iny raceways'"reVervcJir, Vancouver,. B, C, occupation, lady, jng ^c coast line to point of com-:property surrounding it will ultimate- the wheat which was stared by Jos-
���Ct welr, wheel     building,    or  Intends to apply for permission to pur. ,n,encement. l.v   become   the   property  of  the   citi- eph   during   the  seven   years'  famine
* .ration or work which may be chase the  following described  lands: WILFRID DOUGALL, |zens  of  Toronto.     The  grounds   will in Egypt, 15.0 B.C., lias been sent to
Nin connection   with   the  lm-      Commencing  at  a   post   planted  on , Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.      be used as a park, and the old resi-  Valentine   Hammer.     The   wheat     Is
(��_; and use of the said water the north shore of Klaoltsls island, a I    Dat��ad Julv 21st, 1909. idnece as  a permanent  art gallery.       now 3,400 years old, so it will not be
water power or  bv  altering   re- "mall   Island  south  of  Turner  lsiand. , " 1    Thp  |.lte  jjr8,  Qoldwin  Smith   spe-  planted,  as  there ls  no  hope  that   it
ft, extending   Improving   repair- Dated   June  6th.   1909.    Applying  tori ��� citied   that   at   some   future  time   the  would   grow.     Azez   Khayal,   of   New
to maintaining any such works, the  whole island,    40 acres more or
[Jl pari thereof, I eS8'
IWOUVer POWER   CO'Y.    LTD. I
future) p  H  w   Hop(?i   A   jj,
"ft. Directors.
J. V. Armstrong, Secretary.
r. 0. AildriN.. Vancouver, B-t..
^Jf th* V.ncouve,. Power Co'y.,
DORA  ANDERSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6A, 1909.
 ^ jcified   that  at   some
Re part (1 acre) of southeast qua.   property and all  the  buildings  upon York   city,   who   has   just     returned
'ter of  section    1"   township  2,   Nvsw  it will pass Into the hands of the city from a trip through Egypt and Syria,
'Westminster district j to be  permanently owned  and cared sent the wheat to Senator Hammer.
Whereas proof of the loss of certi-ifor  by   the  citv.     Toronto  will   then      It  was  found  in   Doer-El   Bahrl   by
float*, ol title number 1767a, issued in'have  an   art   gallery   in   a    building officers of the  museum of Cairo.    A
ithe nanv of William Oleson  has been : which   has  been   admired   and  exam- small   portion  was  put  on  exhibition
Tiled In this offlce. ' lined  by   thousands   of   visitors   since ,at the museum and the rest was sold.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall, ithe year 1S20, when most    of it was
LAND
REGISTRY   ACT.
pke notlc thai an application has
f Me n, register  Anni,  Ryder
Llrf f'"  BlmPle' UI��ler a tax
t^frnm Sidney A. Fletcher to
. fn   .   ll"'"'n''  ,1;,t" the 13th
Nti. T"v"v D' 1906, ol all and
V2 Y[ ('"r''<in   Parcel  or  tract
���ul   ,   l"'('niis"s   situate,
RwMBBter
Columhi;
V, anii   described
1 t_ ' lj0's   . 9
["*& 1,8. 9
.  lying
tne    district   of     New
" thi  Province of Brlt-
more    particularly
as  Lot   VS,
16 and 17, Block
PM.
12. 13 .
.16 and IT
16
and 17. Block    6;
l!"i 80, Hlock !)��� Lots
lUaniN-V,'' Block l��: Lo's 1, 8,
U nV.,,m,vk l2; Lots 4,5,12
W_k,14: '<"- 1. S. !��. 16 and
': Lots 1 a , "s ' r'. :,n,l 2<>, Block
FH Block i16 aml 1?. ,,lock 18:
,*2f�� Rrnm 1     a"   ""''divisions  ol
I**total. 8"b1lvlsin���  of
.nV'^l: Lot. 2.3,4,5,6.
*.     . >;,,:��� ' . Ir' 18, 19 and 20,
"and ", . K'Yk;': Lot�� l-8
l0,k 15; Lots 4 5 12
J, subdivision of'i,ot
lQt0��Pl'M_ \_ Bl0ck 4, ��f Lot
District  of  Ooast   Range One.
Take   notice   that   John    Olsei,   of
Vancouver,  B.  C. ���ccupation. farmer, 1 at the expiration of one month  from built. 	
Intends   to   apply   fer   pwmlssion   to the date of the first publication here-,	
purchase    the    following      described |ol in a dallv newspaper published IniGIRL   WAS  ACCUSED
lands- jthe City of New Westminster, issue a
Commencing at a post planted in duplicate of lhe said certificate unless
bav at northwest comer of Davies to the meantime valid objection be
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Ap-1made to me tn writing.
plying for the whole Island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSBN,
Pe,r S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
TO   SHIELD   EMPLOYERS
Brockville,   Ont.,     Sept.   29.���After \
being out five minutes the jury at the
Cholera Epidemic in Seoul.
Seoul, Sept. 29.���Cholera has become epidemic here, more than 5U0
cases having been reported since Its
appearance in this city. Thus far no
foreigners have been attacked. The
authorities are sparing neither money
Re 14-100 acres of portion of section 21, block 5, north rajnge 6, west
New  Westminster  district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 5657F issued in
the name of Island Lodge No. 24, I. O.
O. F., ha. been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date ol the first publication hereof, ln a dally newspaper published in
the  city  of  New  Westminster,  issue
a   duplicate   of    he   said   certificate,
unless  in  the  meantime valid  objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Regl3trar of Titles.
Land  Registry Offlce,  New  Westminster, B. C, September 9, 1909.
Dated June 6th,  1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
ot Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lar-
mer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore In a small bay on
Compton lsiand. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applying for the whole island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
I -il 2(i
:rr,.
Pun! up
t
���'"ung through or
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.     IJllss Grace Henderson, of Gananoque,
Land   Registry   Offlce,     New   West-on t],e several  charges of theft  from
nlnster  B. C, AuguBt  2, 1909. jtbe   Thousand   Islands   Railway   com-
^__^J__ ��� pany, adding a rider that Miss  Hen
derson   should   be   recompensed     ior
the injuries sustained.
It was provt n beyond question that
! whatever discrepancies existed tn
the books they were made to cover
I.O.l'.'s of her superiors.
Mlss Henderson was employed as
cashier for three years.
The case excited considerable interest through Eastern Ontario and
tlie verdict Is popular on all sides.
Chief Justice Falconbridge presided.
tssD.es yesterday afternoon acquitted "?r W0lk t0 8t��P the Progress of the
1 disease.
rest i���    "  Persons  claiming
��t anv ... 'Ie said land by vtr-
tru 111 ent.
nm
I:'"-v\
��� ps Jl!" '-">���
il.Sc
''tit,   whose
re1Ul!
\Hi
red to.;;v*'. _'*"'>���Act-
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson.
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, carpenter intends U) apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
tbe southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated. June 4th, 1909. Applying l��r
the whole island, containing SO acres
more or less,
JACOB JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th. 1909.
COAL
New Wellington
AaND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
the claim or
.Ul^to. ... ,,. Wi,hi"   ten  days
Mrcha.,
: "f,"-��N<"
m*m'AYAtP"mc''xUon
u ln default of a
cav-
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MAKE YOUR APPdAu to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper.
EXPLORER   IS LOST
IN   NORTHERN   WILDS
Ottawa, Sept. 29.���Geo. Caldwell,
an official of the marine department,
who started out three years ago to
make a trip from Chesterfield to
Slave Lake, has been practically given up for lost. It was expected that
Caldwell, who was accompanied by
two natives, would turn up at Ful-
lerton last autumn, but advices have
been received at the mounted police
department to the effect that he did
not arrive at the post, and nothing
has since been heard of him.
Korean  Governor Seriously  III.
Seoul, Sept. 29.���Marquis Sone, res-
ident-genoruLof Korea, Is seriously ill
and it ls believed that be will return
to Tokyo.
gjj* CANADIAN PACIFIC
WII Coast .S.Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Dally at 11 p.m. direct
and 10 a.m. via Victoria.
To Victoria���Daily at 10 a.m.  and
1 p.m.
To  Alaska���Every   Saturday  at  11
p.m.
To Prince Rupert���Every Saturday
at 11 p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���Second
and 16th ol each month.
To Nanaimo,   Union,  Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Saturday
at 8 p.m.
To Nanalnx>���Daily at 2 p.m.
FROM NEW WE8TMINSTER.
Upper Fraser rivwr to Chilliwack
and way points���Steamer Beaver
eaves Westminster at 8 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning leaves Chilliwack at 7 a-m. on
"^sday,   Thursday   and   Saturday.
\>r further particulars call or ad-
aress
ED. GOULET, Ag.nt,
New Westminster,
or
C.  B.  Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B. C.
SPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
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THE   DAIL?  NEWS,
THURSDAY,   SEPTEMBE
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You Can Buy\i
More When
We Sell For
Less
Now is your time
and opportunity to
buy in your Jelly
Glasses. We are
selling out this line
at a reduced rate,
and you can buy
them now for less
than you ever did
before. We do this
because we know
you need them.
You needn't inquire concerning
our bargains. They
speak for themselves, and your
approval is our ambition.
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We    are    right    In
season   with   a  fine
line    of   most    improved
FOOD   CHOPPERS
Call  and  See
Besl pool tables in the city at .1. C.
1 llaii's  Cigar  Store.
('. II. Stuart Wade, secretary of the
Board Of Trade, weni up to Fort
Haney last evening to assisl In the
organization of the Maple ttidge
board of trade.
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Have You Seen Those
Charming Styles That We
Are Displaying?
Hob     Stevenson's
bouts  and   shoes     to
thirty  davs.
whole   stock   of
be  sold off  In
219-
t Anderson & Lusby |
COLUMBIA STREET.
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Miiir's Witcliazel Cream
We also hav. all   kinds of complexion   creams   and   skin  foods
at
'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Attention is cal'fld to the advertisement of .V'-. Tate, the local opti-|
clan, appearing on another pa^e. Mr.
Tate, who is a -esidenl of this city,
stands in the first rank of liis profession.
Kor first-class cut  flowers and any I
kind of Floral work, teleabone Davies1
Greenhouse, R208,
Chief of Police Mcintosh resumes
liis duties today. lie has just returned from a trip to Harrison Hoi
Springs for rheumatic treatment, audi1
although still suffering somewhat,
hopes to benefit permanently thereby,
Do  you play  pool';
Try  Blair'
B. C. E. R. city and Sapperton cars
will   make one extra  trip  for  tha  ac-   |
commodatlon   of    the   New'Westminster ipeoplt, attending the horse races
a|   .Minoru   park,   Lulu   island.      Th. ,
last   Sapperton  car  will   leave  the  office at 11:30 p.m., and the city car at '
11:20 r..m. "
The steamer Trader brought in a
cargo of Gun sacks of lime for Gilley
Bros., and the steamer .!. L, Card ;
brought In another large consign- J
ment of boxes for packing fish. These
are being unloaded at the Cleeve
cannery.
Finest  line  of  smokeri
town  at J.  C.   Blair's.
article
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PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
BUSINESS
SCHOOL
We claim to give young men and
women tbe qualifications for excellent business positions in which they
make good.
Our fall term is now open with a
splendid class of young men and women in attendance. Shall we look
for you to join our number in the
near future? A few months' training in our school will prove a lifelong
satisfaction to you. Day and evening classes.     Call or write.
A.  L. BOUCK,  Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
'ARM LAND
SPECIALISTS
kf[5nti���n,_;
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company wlll
il,e transacted in the offices
lately occupied by McBrlde <t
Kennedy, 28 Lorne street, in
the company's head offlce building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F.  J.  HART,  Manager.
Xew  Westminster, Sept. 2_th,
1909.
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Cheap.
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN I
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��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster ���
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Dr. .1. D. Gamble, optician, is at 625
Columbia street, Room 13, every Friday. 226-2.
in two weeks time the new .Mayers
and Preston tug Wireless will be put ||
in commission. The hull Is completed, the engines in place and the house
work is now being built at the Westminster .Marine Railway company's
slips.
Tlie steamer Transfer will hereafter leav,. the Brackman-Ker wharf
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at :',. as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday slur will make an extra return
trip arriving in tlie city in tlie evening. Trips will be made to Steveston  as  the business  warrants. **
A large price was realized for out-p |
side property yesterday when three
lots immediately west of the city
limits and on the Eburne track, sold
for $6510 .or at the rate of $46.50 per
foot for the 140 feet frontage. The
deal  was put  through  by  W. .1.  Kerr.
A  good cigar?    Yes,  at   Blair's.
Work was commenced yesterday
on the construction of tlie addition to
tlie new market wharf by W. A. Gilley. The pile driver Hustler put dnwn
some twenty piles during the day
with little difficulty, at which rate
the work will take but a short time
to complete.
If some of  your  personal   papers��� I
Ideeds,  insurance  policies, agreements
of sale, mortgages, etc. should he de-!
stroyd  by fir,, would  it  not give yon j
;great  inconvenience,     annoyance   und |
worry?      It certainly would.      A  box'
;ln our safety deposit vaults costs Ut-
,tle, is very convenient, and gives you
:the most perfect security.     Dominion
JTru.t Co., Ltd., T.  R.   Pearson, man-.
ager Xew Westminster branch. 224-4
Fine  new pool   tables  at   Blair's.
Tlie   Pythian   rink  opens  tomorrow
evening  for the    season    under   the
same   management  as  last   year,  and'
special arrangements have been made'
for the convenience of spectators. The [|
management   wlll  l.p-    stricter    even
itlian  last year in  the handling Of undesirables.
Buy orchard lands while they are
cheap ami become Independent, wv
are th.. official agents of The Western
j Home and Improvemeni Co.. Ltd, Lei
ins tell you about their choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite and
fruit, distrlcl along the Hue of the
B. C. Electric Chilliwack lin,. and V.
V. .. E. Cloverdale to Sumas Hailway.
This section excells in tlie production
of all fruits. Come at once whll. the
best lands are selling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense.
We can sell five, ten, fifteen and
twenty acr,, tracts ou easy terms. .'
J.  Hart & Co., Ltd. **
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.        .
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St. j
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l Snaps in Lots'
2  LOTS,  DOUBLE CORNER���5 MINUTES TO SIXTH  ST. CAR
LINE;   $225;   TERMS.
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH 8TREET   CAR   LINE���66x145   FEET-
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;  TERMS.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO, Ltd. j
This is the question that comes up
in the conversation of all shoppers.
Not in years have we seen styles
create so much enthusiasm, so captivate all women.
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THE NEW IDEAS INWOMEN'S WEAR INCLUDE TWO
AND THREE PIECE SUITS, SKIRTS IN SCORES OF
STYLES,    WRAPS,   COATS,   WAISTS,   AND     OTHER   AP
PAREL.
The quality is a good point to consider. We lay
great stress upon this particular feature. Our large
and unequaled buying facilities enabled us to secure
this great range of styles, and also enabled us to
quote very popular prices-prices unequaled elsewhere. This is truly a season of novelties in styles,
and for that reason, if for no other, you should see
this display right away.
CHILDREN'S  COAT
MATERIALS
Materials suitable for
children's coats are in de
demand these days. We
mention a few of the most
popular fabrics.
Scarlet Kersey Cloth, 64-
inch cloth in heavy weights
suitable for making up without lining. Three shades
of cardinal���military scarlet, light cardinal and dark
cardinal, navy grey and the
mixed colors shown also in
tliis same material, per yard
only $1.50 to $2._.
FUR     LINED,    CAPE     KID,
AND   DRESSED   KID
GLOVES
of every description now on
display in the the glove section. It is certainly a complete showing of popular
gloves that is now possible
to select from. The best or
several makes are here In
their   particular   styles.
Ladies' Fur-lined Gloves in
tans   and  browns,   only     per
pair $1.25  and  $1.50
Silk-lined     Gloves,   per  pair,
only $1.75
Cape Tan Kid Gloves, for
sireet njid heavy use. per
per . . .$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
Ladies'     Black      Automobile
Gloves,   per   pair $3.00
Children's Kid Gloves in the
".Midget" Cape kid and
dressed   kid   finish,   per   pair
 75c  to   $1.00
Ask     for      Reynier's     Kid
Gloves   for   Ladies.
We   guarantee  every   pair  of
Reynier's   Kid  Gloves.
"Infanta" .-clasp fine French
kid in tan. brown and  black
per   pair    $1.25
"Bouneval" a splendid line
of gloves in tan, brown,
mode, navy, green gray,
black and white, sizes 5 1--
to 8 inches. Per pair $1.50
"Suzette" the nicest dressed kid glove in the slock.
Hand sewn. 3-dome fasteners and the most pliable ol
kid. Ask for the Suzette.
It pays to buy the best. Per
pair    ' $1.75
CORDED   VELVETEENS,
60c   per   yard.
Heavy corded velveteens
In shades of navy, cardinal,
fawn, brown, purple, grey
and  cream.
HOSIERY FACTS
Our constant endeavor is
to procure reliable hosiery.
We gather lieie and there
such lines as we know are
worthy, It is a better showing than ever thai we place
before our customers this
fall as a result ol our painstaking  efforts.
WOMEN'S   HEAVY   PLAIN
CASHMERE   HOSE.
Several lines that we have
bought especially to lill the
w-ants made known at the
hosiery counter by customers. Heavy weight all wool
cashmere, linn and strong:
sizes 9, !i l-_. and 10; per
pair. .75c, 85c, 90c  and  $1.00
HEAVY   RIBBED
CASHMERE   HOSE,
very   heavy   and   strong,   two
and  one  ribbed,  per pair. . .
 75c,   85c,   and   $1.00
SPECIAL  OUT  SIZE
CASHMERE- HOSE,
good   quality,   soft   an 1   pliable,  sizes    9  1-2  and  10 In :
per  pair    65c  to  85c
The best line of BOYS'
HOSE   in   the   city.
Stockings for the boys
who need the strong, reliable kind: double knees, reinforced heels and toes, and
a pliable ankle and leg section. Sizes 6 to 10 1-2 In.,
full length, pair, 30c to 65c
POMPADOUR   HAIR   PADS.
Light and heavy weight
hair rolls In all the necessary shadings shown ln IS
and 21 inch lengths. Kaeh
only    25c   and   35c
A  SPECIAL  COMB ~~~
at  75c.
One of the strongest,
heaviest and most durable
combs possible to buy. Ask
to  see  them.     Each   ... .75c
"CORONET"
FRAMES,
25c  EACH
Hygienic
.serve as an
HAIR
hair rolls that
aid ip. the cor
red dressing of thi        lit
to  the desired  n      - :r v-
Several    new
shapes    now    being shown.
All  one pi 1. v eacl 25c
A   NICE   ASSORTMENT
OF   HAIR   ORNAMENTS.
Hair   dn namenti
and necessitli a of every de
Bcrlption.
Barrettes In bd all, medium and lai Sl ��� :.���.'���
styles,  each    10c to 50c
Side Combs In ;uv.. I '���
toise and grey eff< it per
pair 15c to .1
Hack Combs In various
new effects, plain or ornamental styles. Eacl 2hc
to    '. . . $6.50
TOILET
COMBS
in
a
splen
Ild
Clinic
���  Ol
qua
lilies
tine
.- coarse
each
15c
to   .
.30C
V
NEW   COSTUME  LENGTHS
6   1-2  yards   in  piece, $8.00.
We call your attentl
the new arrivals on Hlm
today. Very pretty tw.
toned effects in diagonal
and self striped
suitings, f, i Inches wide.
6 1-2 yards in length, showing very latest shades of
catawa, reseda, pn. neiia.
peacock blue navy, raisin,
brown, myrtle, black, taupe,
no tw,, lengths alike, ??<
length        _^J
DAINTY   DELAINE
WAISTINGS  FOR
AUTUMN   WEAR
We are ready to show.
some of the prettiest
waist
ings ever manufactured,
soft, drapy fabrics thai
make up charmingly in"
blouses of wlnsomeness m���
service. Come in llor:"
and other effects I" Iasl
colors on Hghl and oa��
grounds. Some "'i1'1 s'"'
stripes 30 Inches wlte
prices  50c,  65c,  75c and .'���
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Pretty Autumn
Millinery
Now  that  the   openings are over-
the  styles decided upon, isn't it time
you made up your mind where y
get your new autumn hat?     The
ger you delay your choosing the P����
er  the  selection  you'll  have '�� PIC
from���and   the   less  time yo"'11 haV
to wear It.
Why  not    make your    m
nd up
to
buy your hat here?     You'll be sure
then you have a  hat to become pi>,
and one that is artistic and new
style'
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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