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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
��"" ���. .t_iinST_R,   B. C.
NEW  WESTMINST
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
UN. fER
C, THURSDA.
RNi:
ilBER
r.iun.
FIVE CEN rs PER c n'N.
magma ����*_._ rai    mm am
��� ���bub "���____ ""^    mi an
To    Be    Used     By   Brook ,     Scanlon.
O'Brien   &  Co.  on   Eagle  River
and Northern  Railway.
rge sternwheeler Under
Construction For Brooks-
Icanlon LUinuC. OO. A n(.w woo<f burning engine for the
 _ BrookB-Scanlon-O'Bricn    Co.    arri\
yesterday  over  the     Great   Northern
,....- ,. steamboat  rajls an(j is on  ,]���, track   on  l.
^   ' immodlous  |treet
f ""    '" Weighs  Forty-Five   Tons.
,r Vill shortly be operating iron |    ^ locomotiv(. [g thfl Ught |n
railroad type, weighing 45 tons, an I
will be used on a line of railroad being constructed by the rom, a
through tbelr timber limits sixty
miles up the coasl at Stillwater, a
new ,ilace named by the company.
The engine bears the letters !���:.. it.
& N,, signifying the Eagle River and
Northern Railroad It was built at
the Baldwin locomotive works al
Philadelphia, and yesterdaj passi d
the necessary government  Inspect
Plausible Stranger Uses Acceptance Stamp to Deceive
Cashier-Une Arrest.
G. N. R. Will BUILD
DEPOT NEXT YEAR
FiHsr mm sehek      PRASOLOSKIEOUND
BEYOND RANGE OF OlSPOTEi     GUILTY Of PERJURY
For Use on  R:ver.
built
nice    Lu
by  tne
one    if
f  ��� talCfumb.ring   concern, on
I- ���    ., th head
nmnosi ''ir"   !UU"
. one or more
���arfll ��� and one fur-
the r large
The linn controls  limits  to
of feet of stand
ing   __
i     '
limber Fraser  river
jjj . ring  to operate
f, |. , i  used, it Is un-
e transporting
pplies in the camps which thej
7     ; liver,   but   In
meantime   for   genera]  freight
Ti.- hull 11  ������ mg constructed
hipyards  In  North
ver, .nit 'i..  machine.) tor the
learner is  being
I   tur Schaake  Ma-
v- tl     city.    The
tern win el ia now   e tig made
if the great size i
new vessi       The draft will,'
fret   i so ih 'How pi- to enable
boai to nai igate  the  waters  of
ison river and lake.
Try to Charter Vessel,
1 ..savors .-. ���    ��� ng  made by  the
mj any constructing
steamer Prince Royal, to charter
tsel to operate on the river until
time a     thi lr    own  vessel  is
It for ii--.     11 e reaScu foi  tins
lat there h at  tli-   present time
large   quantity of    freight
for the  provincial
i in this nexl month that the
iAI iti cannot     meet   the
irement . i .������������ to a small degree.
.: no othi el he placed on
(her  v thai the greater
_ ot   the    exhibits will never
_ the city iu.  the fair.
I t   th-e   company   ls
.. que artist, whose op-
ear to  have  wide  rami-
i   pre   oi.   en the
li . an mndry
laki   and   w holesale  housi s  In   Vancouver,  -���' peared    n   v. esl minster  ('n
in   oj an accept-
up   :.,������   Westminster   Trust
Co is  poorei     bj    $260,  the amo ml
of a valu ,     ed on  de
ll ��� in   * ho gave his name
as A.  VS ��� ��� ��� :.     ii    repre ented him-
the   ne gh
Cheque for $260.
The mod . - oj erandl was as follows; Watson gol a young man lu the
cltj to vou .. for him, and depoi ti I
a cheque nountlng to $260, with an
acceptance stamp of the Union bank,
Vancouvei branch, upon Pt. and following   Hi--    customary    practice    of
Flatcars Also.
In addition, ten flat cars win arrive
shortly for shipment to the new line.
There are lour lumber camps at Still-
water with some 100 men employed cashing cbequi with this guarantee
at the present time, The Brooks- upon them the man was permitted to
Bcanlon-O'Brien Co. is an entirely dr.r.v another cheque tor $130, which
different    concern    from the Brooks-[was   duly   cashed.     The  young   man
who identified him was tormerj   con-
Scanlon Lumber Co., the two senior
partners, however, being the same in
the two companies both being millionaire lumber men of Minneapolis. The
company has extensive timber holdings along the coasl and cn the Fraser river.
General Supt. Young Promises More Attention to
Westminster District.
General Superintendent Brown, i I
the Great Northern Railway, made
the definite statement to C. 11. Stn.in
Wade. Becretarj of the Westminster
board ol trade, in thi c ti e o( an
Interview in Seattle on TueBday that
the company would bull I a ��� ����� depot
at New Westminster nexl year. The
nature of the building and the amouni
to be expended upen It will be mat
ter for examination, and an engineer
will reporl to the executive officers of
tli.- nun, ay during this fall.
The question of the rallwaj ap
proai li from the bridge was al o
brought to the attention of the superintendent, who said nothing could be
dom- at presenl as it was government
property,"but with a new depot, Borne
thin,  must be done to make ,t better.
Cloverdale   Branch.
Mr. Wade thoroughly explained the
needs of the residents of Surrey and
Langley    for     hetter    transportation
Assessment     Appeals     Withdrawn
Court   of   Revision���Property
Owners  Satisfied.
at
The appeals of ;i number of the per
suns assessed under the First street
sewer system \\-y- withdrawn yesterday in fur,, the court of revision, com- __,	
posed of members of the city council. ��� court yesterd
Convicted Alan Identified
Under Oath Cow Sold By
Neighbor as His Own.
Nicholas    Prasoloskl, a    Pole,  was
found gulltj of perjury In the county
 ^fcy by   His  Honor  Judge
There    were    present     Acting.Mavor   Howay,   and   sentence     was   reserved
ii        ai. i i,��� i ,���    \ i..���,    pending thv decision of the tun court
Jardine.   Aldermen   .(illusion,   Adams,     ���      ,,..,,,, ,  ,
on sevi ral questions ol law raised
Fader and Gray, _���;. n. Ross. ,,t  the legal firm of Bry-
J.  R,  Grant, who had been acting done-Jack   and   Ross,   of   Vancouver,
lor  the   eigMeen     appellants,  advised   counsel  lor  the  defence.
BIG RAILROAD PLANS
ENTRY INTO CITY
Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
Paul Said to Be En
ing Right of Way.
Liiciej with a real estate firm In this
city. Nothing further cam.' of the
matter till Watson presented blmsell
at Trusi company, offices on Monday
ami drew another cheque for $130.
Since that time nothing has been
I ard of Watson, while I.s sponsor
spent las; nlghi In the police cells
m a charge of aiding and abetting on
the commission ol a felony. A warrant bad heen sworn oul earlier u
the day, and on this the police
acted.
Was   Smooth   Game.
According  to  tne  statement   made
to  the   police,  ther.   was  nothing   to
indicate the transaction was anything
bul  straightforward.    The authorities
Tl     , ���  ,, ,    .,-    ,,     . ihave  ii description of the man,  and
raUl Said tO Be Engineer- tbey consider he operated as one of
:a gang.
The use of an acceptance stamp by
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^h the   cheque
  | fraud   had   almost   been   unknown  till
.....        _ ...     _,.      .  __���_���    the  Anderson    rase,  but    since-  then
Victoria,     Sept.     22,-Tho   Interna-   cther   ^^   deC(_ptions     ,um,   ,,������,
, tkual   Railway  ,_   Development   Coin-  practiced,   by  deliberate,    calculating
i panf, which lias for some weeks heen   crooks,  well   dressed  affable,  and   de-
! advertising in the Gazette a notice toUgnhlg.       Some   other   means  of   _C-
from  the  inter-lu'"lil^  cheques  wl��   hftve  '. be
Concerned a Cow.
The evidence In the r,iSe was slow.
being taken through the medium of
an Interpreter and occupied a great
pan of the days session, the magistrate who took the preliminary trial
ai Peardcnvllle, and the various parties concerned In the trial all being
called. The case concerned statements made under oath by the ac
cased in the trial of a charge ol theft
Of a  cow.
Evidence was adduced to show that
the prisoner slated thai the cow had
heen taken, and that under oath he
positively Identified the head and
other portions of an animal taken
  no  shoring   tn)m I   ������,.���   ln;nK, ,
ritv  of  something  being done to ac-  '��'  timbering    has   yet    been  put   In  animal  he    had  lost.       ^^^^^^
commodate their needs.      Mr   Wade position to aold the sides of tiie ex- also s.10Wed that the cow which he
cavatlon In  place. claimed   was   stolen  was a few days
later found in the posse sion of the
prisoner's son. Tiie evidence taken
by tlie magistrate wag put In as an
exhibit,    the    magistrate,   Mr.   King.
them that the asBessmeni was equll
able under the general local Improve
menl bylaw, and consequently the
appeals were not proceeded with be
fore the court.
City Assessment Commissioner McQuarrie stated thai tue assessment
was based on the frontage, the city
paying one-fifth. The sewer system
will cost $42.1iiii, of winch the city's
portico is $8100. The total length
of the sewer is 22,074  feet.
Yesterday the workmen engaged In
its construction completed the tunnel
under   Royal     avtuue.        The     sireet
l_ilia;ie.        ioi        neiL..        i i .111 -_n.i .... <vj>, -      .
service to Westminster on the Clover-  cars  are  be ng    run  at the  slowest
dale   branch,  and  the  absolute  neces    rate over this  portion, as  ""  "'��'���""���>
as parts of tap-
The evidence
pointed out that tho Westminster district had received poor treatment
from the company, who had cared
little tor the local service, and just
regarded it as a district to run their
trains through instead of seeking to
build  ii)) the  country  around.
The    information ' received  by  Mr. |
Brown  surprised   him,  and  he  prom
fsed  th��t   this   portion    of    the  Une
should receive more attention than U
had in the past.
DEATH REMOVES
RESPECTED RESIDENT
admitting
not  been
that   all   the   evidence
written   down.
had
Bttt-t witl   the  owners of  the.    .,, .,        ���
-    n      ������ mer    Strathcona, ta����M a rallwaj   line
1 >v the  Burrard inlet, j national boundary Une at Huntingaon
.iitlslactory arrangements can Ito Abtotsford, Beaver Creek, Langley
pub there
i  .   shot
I river.
little doubt, that this land    Port    Kells,    18 believed to be
, be In operation on really one of the great railway companies,    probably   the   Chicago,   Mil-
-  waukee and  Si   Raul endeavoring  to
. m ,,,,��� j reach Vancouver.      The C. P R. ;"">
SI      NS British    Columbia Electric    Railway
UULUi,u Companies   whose lines would be In
prr.ii.r  nil I   part  parallelled,  are taking steps to
UI..LN0L  DlLl7"P|pose    the    right    to    an    especial
I right-of-way.
1    The  located  line  crosses  the
minster bridge into this city.
������ure   Provides    for    Compulsory
|Nava! and Military Service and
Fighting Vessels.
jfclboiirne. Australia, Sept. 22 ���
Rhe Commonwealth house of rep-
���8tatives yesterday the minister of
�������>. Joseph    cook
West-
FAMILY   REUNION.
Children and Grandchildren Gather at
Residence of A. J. Welch.
A   reunion  was   held   last  night  in
in  Vancouver at   the house "f A. J.
Welch,    Twelfth    avenue.    Fairview,
presented   a I when  a number of  the  children and
Sh'ing effec, to the decision of grandchildren of G. P. Welch ot New
'""Perial conference on the naval Westminster    met    together artei   a
military defences of the empire separation of many years.
!I>Hv held   lu   undon,      *��� thlsl    The occasion    was    the arrival 01
  ���
vised to get ahead of these forgers.
If Watson is captured a long term
of Imprisonment awaits hlm. The
second man will be brought up in the
police court this morning. ll. l-
Kdinuids is acting for the
tlon.
Other  Victims.
Among tbe victinig of this system
of forgeries in Vancouver are the
Hank of Montreal, the Royal Hank.
Kelly- Douglas Company, and the O.
P R, Combined, the frauds In
every case may reach thousands of
dollars. In tbe case of Kelly. Douglas & Co. alone there are $850 of
protested notes in Vancouver, Thv
losers are various manufacturers of
pickles, jams, cereals and the like In
cities as fur east as Battle Creek.
Mich. The forger represented himself as the purchasing agent of Kelly,
Douglas & Co., ami used the name of
Roy W. Somerville, their ngmt. The
acceptance stamps used are far from
tli��' real ones, and would !>. easily detected In a  bank.
North    Road   Crossing.
Mr. Wade drew the superintendent's notice to the North Road
crossing, and told him thai the residents were appealing to the railway
commission. He promised to send
an engineer to Investigate, and believed the matter would he amicably
settled.
lt   Is also likely the G.   N.  R.  will
assist    In     advertising     the   district. |
V ..le  Mr.   Wade   was   in   Seattle   he
called at the World  building at the
A. Y. P.  and    was    informed the inquiries   about   this   district   had   been
numerous       Answer-   had   been   give
as far as possible, but ii wus greatly
to   bo   regretted   there     had   beein   no
representative of the city there dur
prosecuting   tlie-  fair.       Tlle   secretary   left
quantity of advertising literature I'm
distribution,
Counsel's   Objection.
Mr.  Ross  for the    defence  argued
that  only  the  evidence   taken   down
by  the magistrate  could  be accepted
and objected to other witnesses being
���^^^^H _.    , called   to   supplement   with   oral   evl-
City  Creamery,  Died  in dance the signed depositions of the
preliminary coun. The court could
find no ruling bearing directly on the
case, and overruled the objection,
But since there was no precedent hl3
honor granted a reserve case.
His Honor Judge Howay summing
up, the prosecution having waived tae
right of addressing the court, said
BUfflcler"  evidence  had heen given to
M.   Averill, Manager of
Creamery,  Died  ir
San Francisco Yesterday.
Word was received i'i the city from
i son Francisco yesterday of the death
of    ('   M.  Averill,  for    many years
!SSKAd^Ttb.WbSu!^|^ �� him that the prlsonor knew
-d most res, ted residents of this J��^��_ 8BSS.*S
",C /,'���. late  Mr. Averill  had  been all-  verdict of the court would he, "guilty.
Ill, ���    	
empire
"er^'e ii tentative  plan   was  pro-1 Mrs.  A.  Wooldrldge,  daughter of  Mr
fdprovldli all   troons of I Welch, from England, with her bus
���pule
n,  provides    for
and   three unarmored
_____     s
all     troops
_.    6   __-,������,_;,  shall   undergo
11el- ,:" ne ua ning as home
I!"'";- ������ i p.. be ready to take
prPlaces latter if neces-
7'    ill, in
*�� armor, ,i
l1'"       vi torpedfl	
11  provides also
Id    and  military
'���
wat
(^���e lolal cost  of 
'"���'"'���              ial ,   a,   $12,
IlA ' ' ri- engagement
A A M',:i;': ol Portugal to Prtn-
(v iter of the Duke
{���:.: l*��ya> inoedat
fcrdw ,     ''   "" November li, ac-
T. __ i_._ubllst��ed   resort,  in  the
has  l���r some  time.  For some  months i     No  objection    wa*.raised    to  the
he was a patleni at   Royal Colum- granting  of  a  reserve  owe. by   Ue
7 ^pe";,,1,' oioun,' SS _&t �� of  .he cow,,  prosecutor'to support
��� J��Pyee .,is,h���am,1    TM��� nope was rain the tulles! enquiry Into the legal as-
and   yesterday    morning    he   passed   Pect ol anj  c.i3e.
ca, _,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
band. Mr Welch is 75 years Of ag''
and many of his children and grandchildren he has not seen tor manj
years, although altogether thej num
ber over forty at the present time,
Among the daughters are Mrs. H.
C. Major Mrs. T. it. Pearson, Mrs,
boat destroy- J. H. Woolliams Ol Vancouver and
ai prestut in Calgary, and Mrs. wool
dr'dge. In all there are five sons
and six daughters of Mr, Welch Iiv
ing.
eventuallj  give a
trained  adults
cond   line   of
total cost of the
I
T1.8 Siniilkanieen Star, published
nt Princeton, reports a letter trom C
H Stuart Wade, secretary ol the
Westminster board of trade, with re
gard to the western rout,, of the \ ������
V & K from the boundary to the I '
clflc coast, and the board of trade
in a debate strongly supported NJ"
Mayor Keary returned hist evening
from a trip to Llllooet, Lyttcn and
Ashcroft in iii ��� Interests of the Royai
Agricultural   Socll ty.
VAST TIDAL WAVE
INUNDATED COAST
Whole of Southern Louisiana Suffered
Damage   In   Rec.nt  Hurricane���
Many   Dead.
Twenty Years Ago. Tlio  late   Mr.  Averill   was    Qfty-Blx
I'nder the heading Of "Twenty yars ol- agGi an(j was ., native of
Years Ago," the following item ap- IMachlas, Me. When a boy he moved
peared In yesterday's News-Adver- weBt with his parents who settled
liser: upon a diary  tarm in  California, aud
"The following appointments were taUs |ie w.di)' identified with the dairy
made s*. Thursday's meeting of the IbuslnesB from ids youth up. At Hi.'
Dominion    cabinet:        Hon.    C.    F. |age of sixteen he graduated from the
Washington Dairy School, and then
went Jnto the employ of the Palouse
Dairy Company, where lie remained
for live years. Ile then came to New
Westminster, and for a time was '"
tho employ of Condensed Milk Company here.
Iti 1898 lie became manager of the
Westminster creamery, and held that
position until his hvaltli forced him
to resign, when the conduct of the
establishment tel] upon his son Augustus.
The late Mr. Averill was a membei
of  Union  lodge of  the  A.  P.  and   A.
AIKSHIP TO IAKHV
PASSENGEHS OVER CITY
Cornwall, to lie judge of the county
court at Cariboo; w. W. Splnks, to
he judge of the county court a.t Yule,
and W. Norman Hole, (..(.'., iojie
judge of the county court at New
Westminster."
Dirigible   Balloon   Will   Handle Traffic
in Clouds During Hudson-Fulton
Cttlebratlon,
R. J. Maclean, president of the
Wilmington ihoard of trade, Delaware,
was a visitor to the city yesterday,
lie only spent a brief time in tho
city and left for Victoria When he
returns to the Mainland he will be
entertained al luncheon by the Westminster  board  Of trade.
New York. Sept. 22.���A feature of
the first aeronautic show, which will
he held in Madison Square Garden
during    the    Hudson-Fulton celebra-
GENIUS DEViSES
NEW 1N5TMMNT
lion, will be an airship built on the
dirigible balloon pattern, which has
hen planned to carry passengers
over the city during the celebrations.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i    The airship  lias 'U>en  designed  and
ml tlie funeral will be conducted  built by  Joel  T, Rice   and John  R-
under the auspices of that body.   The Rlggs,  both  of    Hot    Springs,  Ark.
remains    will    leave    San  Francisco Tbey propose to carry fifteen passen-
t0day, 'gers  al   a   Ume und  officials of  the
The   late   Mr.   Averill    leaves     four  show  say   that   many   persons  already
children   to   mourn    his    loss���Rae,: have booked passage in tha airship,
Augustus. Miss Alice Averill ami  Mrs.'
M
I.   M.
city.
Corbett, the three lasi ol  this
New Orleans, Sept.   22,���Scores or
lives are reported to have been  lost
as  a  result   of  a  tidal     wave
11 considerable  portion
whieli
nt   the
'" I :      ied
news]
, Westminster as  the logical port  for !**]>   "  cml3t   during    Monday's
'the coal, ore and fruit of the Ulterior I Louisiana
i valleys.
[U>erta Indians May
Ottawa,
P��s I,
tropical  hurricane,  pouring Its resistless   volume     upon   denizens   of     th
coast.   It  Is   believed   that     he   Ou
water, have swept away  perhaps  100
persons.     Reports Indicate that, the
fatalities  were  most  numerous  .'"Ionic
_*_ f./.       r^ r* IY       iihegulf bordering the shorvs of Te.ro
Qualify For Franchise B<��ne ^	
into ifouma. the P^sh 8eat or Terr'
Will   Weigh     Whole     Cargo   Afloat���
Minimizes   the   Danger   From
Leaks   on  Vessels.
London,     Sept.     22.���An   Ingenious
little   Instrument     w'.ilch   weighs   the
��hoie cargo of a ship at cne operation, nnd records the change In the
vessel's weigh! when a passenger
steps on or off, has been tested on a
200-ton   barfs   off    the   Temple   pier,
Road   Experts   In  Convention.
1    Cleveland,  Sept,  22.   Several  thousand experl   road  builders mei   here
yi sterday for a three days' session ol
the   second
vention.
annual   Oood   Roads   Con
A   public   meeting   will    he   held    ���!
the municipal    hall,   Pori Haney, on
Wednesday .next,   for   the   purpose of
electing officers, drawing up bylaws,
ami completing mallei's arising from
the final organisation ol the Maid'
Ridge hoard of trade, The meeting
is called under the auspices oi the
Port Haney  Progressive Association,
Escape of Boy Pretender
Alarms Chinese Government
'   ''���   22.���A   proclamation  of  franchise  of  all   bands of  Indians
as ���������,..   , ���   �����  .'ucii.mau.ii  01 trancnise or  an   nanus �����   ����-
iriiii,,.,,'        d by Ul*' Federal gov-  the   north   boundary of   townsht.
""i   cxtemii-.   ...    .   . ���-    ���_ -.._i_,-.toa   throui! 1
London      ltd name ls the porphydro-.	
meter      The Instrument U bused <n\      Qanton   Sept.   22.���(Special  Corres- prison cage where he was kept until
the  Infallible    principle  that   a body ,        '       ' ...   ,,,       ..      . _   ,.,    ._,-,,.   ���.���,���
floating In .1 liquid of whatever den- l^ndence.)-Yu,n   Kl   Koo,   the   ten,.his recent escape.
sin   displaces     a   quantity   of     thai;|year-old   pretender  to  the   throne  of
ansa. ��� ||<|iild     exactly    equal     to     lt_   own
News of  the  disaster was brought weight, nnd by Us application a ves-
--'    --   IT.-aaa.nl        .     ,_        , w..^_������J        l�����^       .     riMH(|,
niian 1
extending provl
��ct in
regard to
Federal gov- the  north   boundary  of   townsmp   iv wn��erl^ whBlch they Hcuceeded ln|m,nie  value  \p mlr
psions of the a3 surveyed or projected though ^S��J ^c    ��eIter      They related Stor L,r  from    leaks  In
iy,    ��� provinces   Of   Alberta   and   S.isK.n'"    nacnirrg �� t,���died   to  the  lnstri:
-he exercise ^ ���������   le . " (STl. 1, were MBt out of trt_  hell  which  give
In Northern China as to the position
;the young pretender will hold in the
_���������
Watch
>���=.'���__�����.
Th,
in.,
Wnerai
Railroad
ip.ihi,
Pearj
tows
th
Sept. '_2.���
PMsenger depart-
B    Maine  Central
Which    .?C.elVed    :l  flE,t,���
tates    that the
-m Th    1 ' '    0n   "s  way
% IllYI    8ta?M  ""
4h4d    ��� ������;������.:;:������ ss
I Is (rniisfornied Into .�� Btgntit'<
,,,.., hv- haif.l_d men and women, weighbridge or weighing machine
who hid managed to piave some kind Tha porpbydrometer wil be of lm
who nan m*a__ u ^^eeded  In  nien?e  value  fc  minimizing  the dan
In     vessels,  for  ai
,a inn- ,,.���,���������  ,���  _,a,  .���_a.ument ls an elec ..... .      ~ ���
basis _i regard to the oxen Ise of Uw  trlct lh]e     tf)    estimate  the      The Westminster Council of the H. Yuen was but eight years of age, but
franchise a.s  red   men of older  P���J*      ��  '���     ZkZ\.  Terre  Bonne  parish. T.  of    T.   gave  a  pleasant  at  home
inces."    In future an Indian of tnes    i���� 01 able (hat re_,toration of ...st evening  nt   their hall   many at-
provinces wbo deslre�� a white manyni 11    i w(th     o)h<.r   jmrti, of; tttldlng      Refreshments  were eerved
.Ysvni'wlll   brin<  the   knowledge I and the regular proceedings varied by
,    ,     HM-Inf further casnalti*/     It aho is lm- throwing    the    doors    open    to  the
'I'll   IlAi, give a correct ^Imat.of; friends of members as well.
The government has agents at work
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ in the south In an endeavor to locate
China,   who   was   Imprisoned   at   ,1,e j the boy aud those who are Implicated
time of the dunl decease of the ruler. ,in   hlB  escape,  as  It  Its  feared  that
��o5*V" ����_p.d ?^:L;.:^a^..a^Cju^^s
agency   of   the   people   0    Kuang.nM ,  #     mce ot tho8e who swore to stand
ebon  and  considerable  alarm  ls  ieit   .   ��   .      ...   . _. .���.   ������^
there  be  trouble  between   north  and
south.
rlght'of   voting" may"quallfy   for   tne
privilege  by cultivating and securing
the  deed  of  a   parcel  of
dreds of  Indians  In eastern
have   made   tlivmselves   as ____
a fnctor In  nn  election  contest   is   '   are ''"""';*  "' t^"s'form and' numer-
paie face, and It Is expected that the! suffered  .rom ine^ _ j��___4  nf_
ace, and  It. Is exi	
Indians of Ine plains will not be  '
in   following   taelr  example
whose reserves are situated south 01
ous plantations felt its disastrous effects
Luuish
his people who knew an heir to the i^,
throne must, be found, put the boy up ^
at pretender to the throne, and the ^
.people of all the surrounding prov- 4
Inces wishing for an Emperor fi'om ^
the south for a change, flocked to do ^
homage. This did not last leng for ^
the viceroy of Yulman sent an army ^
Yesterday's  Baseball.
Vancouver     *
Spokane        5
Aberdeen       -
Seattl.        3
(11 Innings.)
M. Phillips Is at present on a short,_.= ������-���-' "^-~TYr,,���n "hPheadlnK _.
racallon In Seattle. Mr. Phillips 'and quelled the rebellIon 1,t���;'^ ���
left cn Monday of the present week the parents  and  Immediate  relatives j
1    _       ... *_     . . ...   ______   *i.���   ,a.   +v��__   t-Miin.   i_rntjftnder. w
nation* felt Its disastrous �������� left on  Monuay ot me presen.  yi*��� l"-..^,'��� ~~  ���r-tMlder
t�� "ane and cotton crops of and while In Seattle will attendI the of the young Pr��te"d^; off
:una suffered serlou. damage.    I Sovereign Grand Lodge of I.O.O.F.      Utile  Yuen was cai run
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PAGE  TWO
T13 E   DAILY   NE *�����' ���
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THURSDAY,   c_EPTClj
^ygprjfl'gft-?-!!
nisisssss e?��?s^s��
WASTED. FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT. LO
ST. FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL. ETC.
If a man had g.ld do'lars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it. he would not
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking
wares.       Use   the   advertising   coiumns  of The
WAISTED���A    WAITRESS,
Kenny's Restaurant.
APPLY
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE ROOM
cottage furnished, near Lord Kelvin Bchool   Apply T.i Prince.. St.
WANTED���TO RENT. A FI.'K-
.       .  ;   :..,:-���-      A; ;,;y   N^w-   Office
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GO ID
boys in B.C. Cigar Factory ar ���
WANTED���JANITOR  FOR  SAPP IR-
ton  school,  Monthly salary (20
plications received till noon ol 27th
inst.      Robert  Lennie,  secretary.
213-11.	
WANTED���SMART YOUTH TOR
office wiih knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this office.	
WANTED ��� MILLINERY   APPREN
tices at once.    Apply Gordon's Dry
Goods store.  glg-3
WANTED ��� FURNISHED ROOM
and i.reakfast by young man. Central location. Address "H,'' this
office. 216-tf
TO      RENT���FURNISHED    ROOMS.
.   ���  Carnarvon street. 21 ������'���
TO   RENT���THREE  SUITE   ROO >
for rent, suitable for small  family.
on  premise. Hail  k  Lavery
..-. 217-3
TO.    RENT���COMFORTABLE.   FUR-
:-..- :  be Irooms, reasonable I
S28  Royal avenue. 209-14
TO    LET ��� LARGE    FRONT    BED
room, 701 Agnes stn -1, near '     -���
Li.- Library. -"'';-
(____&_____&
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND AC
countant (successor to C. Hamben.
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent fo: the
Hal] Safe Co. Office: Room 7,Ham
bly block. P. O. box 795
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ov.-ns
blacksmith shop on Eighth street
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All  work   guaranteed.
... |  -ny.      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   ,-u
because we have been a  longtime   in   business  everyone  must of  n cessity   know   a       -out'     ~' ""*
Daily News and keep abreast of the timet. s a'3 Hi
i G2^gS_____S Cff-��<ffi_si3_��
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
ir   iiiii BEST   VALUB_IN GRO-     repaired bj your local tuner, W. E.
Martin,   Mus.  Bac,     city.      A  Une
will bring him.
J6.      The Pure Food
f Groci ry, P, 0. Fox BU.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
,'. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SI It-
v . r. El.ard block, New Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cai !- are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamons'cl-
gar divan F Mackenzie's drug store
ind "1 ii- Fair," Columbia street.
i ��� -'^.r
WE   BUY
and
hand .
office.
1 ftasitiB
m
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Trew
street
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES &  CO,
Real  Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm  and  suourban  property,
2d) Columbia street.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS.  J. A-  STANDI3H.  AN  EXPER-
tenced  and  first-class    dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14. Smith block. 625 Columbia street.    A trial re.uested.
KING   I'P    250    FOR
smart   turnout.     The
hies.
HACKS  AND
Fashion   Sta-
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE
one acre of iand, on Queen's avenue and Eleventh street. Kent
twenty dollars. Modern. Apply
to Mr.  Brown at  Gas Works.    212-4
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street. P. O. draw-r 100.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOLSh..
with bath. .12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
WANTED���TO RENT A COTTAGE
for man and wife, no children;
furnished or unfurnished. with
chicken house. Apply by letter to
"D," this office,
WANTED���TO RENT. . OR 6 ROOM
Strictly modern cottage in good location. C. J. Culter, P. O- Box
1003. 211-2
LOST.
LOST���AN ENGLISH SETTER DOG.
black and white. Answers to name
"Duke." Fnder please return to
P. W.  Runacres, 711   Queens Ave.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   phone   334.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM _
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to loan.  744 Columbia street.
REAL   ESTATE.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, IN8UR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located for
the present at the office of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The plac. where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
MACHINE   WORKS.
_ 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���1    AM    PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A. I).
Buchanan. P. O, New Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE _ EDMONDS. BARRIS-
bers anil solicitors, Westmlnsti r
Trust Block, Columbia street, N.-w
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
I_ Edmonds.
STENOGRAPHY   _   T.pE^
FREEMAN
Gui
CUSTOM
Type*   ���
letters,
lumbla
v\l
p- 0. Box Mi
���RAPHY
ARCHITECTS.
Vi.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures aad supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie sL,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New  Westminster.
WADE, WHEALLER __ MoQUARRIK
IF. C Wade, K. C. A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, liarrli-
t.-rs, etc.. 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vancouver offices,
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 113 Granville stret, corner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledjr.rs; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone BB, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News Block. Sixth street.
"HEATRES.
CRYSTAL -              ... ;���, C(    .
pictures; mfji.
?us attl -ra_ ..j.
Monday ,.                &.; Friday':
:.:���.._
THE EDISON T ie,   ��
Colum ..
moving  ;
Prog; .
day an ! !'���
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
TAILORS.
OALVIN, LADIES' AM) ME.\_l|
lorlng.     A new   lino of fall'
ing just In ���   :. making,
ing and i  - Room _. Sad
block. .1
and 264 Clarkson Bt   P!.._. I_J
RESTAURANTS.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
banging and decorating. Sixtn
street,  New Westminster.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &    CAKE WOODWORKING
Tickets,   21   meals   for   il.      Home   ��� ^~-~~-------^-~---^-./v~,
cooking. All white cooks; no Orion- WE8TMINSTER      woODWO
ta] labor employed.      Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
Co.,  bank. ind store 110
cabinet, stair, Bhowcasej, _tlj
and detail n Designs u(|
mates  fun Ish I     J, Brookes,
prietor, :  Corner Eki
.ml car line P. 0. box 251, ni
473.
Fall Opening
Our tailoring department is brim full of all the "newest'' in
Fancy worsteds, tweeds and serges, direct from the bast mills in
England and Scotland. We would be pleased to show you our
stock.
All our work is fashionably cut and we guarantee satisfaction
both   in  style,  fit  and  price.
READY-TO-WEAR    CLOTHING from $6.00 to $25.00.
H. ROBERTSON. Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal    Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
WOMAN MADE TRADE
OF MURDERING BABES
Scores Thought to  Have  Bean  Strangled   By   Ogress   Held   By   To-
ronto  Police.
SURREY PRESBYTERIANS
CALL REV. D. A. McRAE
Toronto, Sept. 22.���The discovery
of a baby lying dead along the side
of the Niagara Falls railroad witb the
word "Anther. ' on a ticket pasted on
its back led to the arrest of -Mrs.
Maude Turner, to whom had been
given $100 to adopt tbe child a few
days ago.
This arrest and the publicity attached to it brought a score of letters
to tbe detective deparment from people whose children sbe had adopted,
. : but who fear theirs may    also    have
bring the matter to the attention   of'!06,6,0- allied.
the  government Whin Mrs. Turner was arrested she
Augmentation'grants were voted to (had another child  with  ^J^PO-
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Lad is from $12. fo
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
Two   doors   rrom   Geo. A dame.  Grocer
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Prince   Rupert   Asks   the   Presbytery
For Lady Missionary���Grant For
Sapperton.
Vancouver, Sept 22.���At the afternoon session of the prosbytery of
Westminster yesterday the first business taken up waH the call from Surrey 'n favor of Rev. D. A. McRao.
The cull wa._ T��7 largely signed; the
Hillary   promised   wa_   $850,   a   manse
and _lebe with four week's holiday to I
he granted every year The commis-iaKa:n��t the Riff tribesmen Is progress-
sloriers from the congregation having toS today, according to advices recelv-
expres.ed  ln   very  cordial  terms  the e<l here.
unanimous desire to the congregat.o'n | T:'e tribesmen were defeated yester-
to have Rev. Mr. McRae settled am- da ywhen the Spanish forces operating them, the call was sustained and inS t0 westward took possession of
placed in. Mr. McRae's hands. In Tasdirst and Yatch, retreated and re-
verv brief but feeling terms aMr. Mc- formed their broken lines, renewmg
Rae accepted. The induction was ap- the attack early this morning. The
pointed for Cloverdale at 2:30 p.m. uii Moor3 are fighting desperately with
October 5. |,ne lloPe of checking the advance of
aMr Carter of the Congregational 7ne Spaniards,
church of the United State, was | T:ie co'imns under the command of
recommended to th. genera] assem-1 General Marina are reported to be
bly for admission to the ministry of I slowly forcing the tribesmen back,
the Preshyteriam church in Canada. lThe losses on both sides are enormous
Au application from First church, |and the slaughtered dead mark the
Prince Rupert, for a lady missionary |Patn of the Spanish advance. Twenty
or deaconess, especially for work Spanish offlcers are known to ibe dead
among the women and children was ^ the country for mlle8 around is
rpferred to a committe for consld-J strewn with the bodies of Moors who
eratlon and   selection.    A    vote    oflnave been   killed  >>y the heavy  gun
congratulation to the   Prince   Rupert |f|re ��f the Spaniards.
congregation on the very encouraging      Fort>' thousand Spanish    troops ar��
progress it had made was unalmous- (engaged in the action, and it is esti-
ly  adopted. i mated that  r)0,00() Moors  are  pratlci-
Dnder the  head of home missions ipating in the battle against Marina's
the  report of  Rev.  Mr.  Logan    was troops.
taken,  up  in  detail.    Attention    was        '    ~      -
forcibly drawn to the moral condition
prevailing In some of the coast 'boats
and hotels,  and  the  local  and  moral I
reform   committee   wns   directed     to i
lice yesterday obtained information
pointing to the belief that this wo"
man has adopted scores of babies for
a consideration, has strangled them
and then thrown their bodies Into
Lake Ontario or disposed of them in
some other way.
The police assert that she advertised ln Toronto, Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, San Francisco, and other cities
for children to he adopted.
She has two husbands ln Toronto,
one In Niagara Falls, one in San
Francisco and may have others, the
police theory being that the '"husbands'" have been accomplices.
The woman had many aliases, being known In Toronto a.s Turner,
Gwylan and Gwyneline.   The Niagara
.   ., ,    Falls husband, who was arrested    as
of   the  war of  the   Spaniards jUavid g   T|imer   wag ^^ ^ ^
Gwylan. Her California husband is
called Bmelin,
��Mrs Turner Is at present In jail
without bail.
Westminster   church,    to   Sapperton,
South Arm, South Arm (special).
SPANIARDS REPULSE
MOORISH TRIBESMEN
Bloodiest   Battle   of    the   War   Commenced   Yesterday   and   Still
Goes on.
Gibraltar,  Sept.  22.���The
battle
fiercest
The condition Of tho ol ] bridge 's
not considered salts lor vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persona continuing to de ae after
this notice must t_k�� all lh. risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
SHEARER  PAYS ATTENTION
TO MORALS OF  INDIANS
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
Toronto, Ont, Sept. 22.���Rev. Dr.
Shearer left for Ottawa tonight to
interview Mr. Pedley. deputy Superintendent of Indian affairs. Dr. Shearer wil] place before Mr. Pedley the
resolution of the Moral and Social Reform council asking for a law for the
moral protection of the Indians In the
Northwest
Lien  on a  Weil.
Port Huron Mich., Sept. 22.���The
question whether a mechanic's lien
can be placed on a well, which In
other words, Is merely a hole iin the
ground will be decided in circuit court
here when Judge Law renders a decision In the case of Edward Leato.
no vs. Sarah Tudhope, Leatomo dug
a well on the Tudhope farm, and now,
claiming that he cannot gei the $201)
due him, Is endeavoring t0 place, a
lien on the cavity In the earth,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00.
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in 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).
Tota'.  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
HEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.  '
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands With.
ln the railway b_i in British Colum
bia, may oe homesteaded by any person who i_ th. sole head of __ famll.
or any male over 18 years oi age, tu
the extent oi one-quarter section' oi
160 acres, mon- or less.
Entry must be made personally ai
th. local land offlce for the district
!lu which the land is siiuaie. Entry
jby pioxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the tamer,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
| The homesteader Is required to per
form thg conditions connected therewith under one ot the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ("or mother, lf in*
j father la deoased), of the homesteader
i resides upon a farm ln the vicinity ot
Ithe land enta-red for, the requirements
as U> residence may he satisfied by
such person residing with the tather
or mother.
(3) ff the settler has bis permanent
residence upon farming land own.*
by him in the vicinity of htg Some-
stead, the requirement, a. to re.ld.-nc*
may b. satisfied hy residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice ln writing should
he given to the commissioner of Dominion lands a; Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal��� Coa] mining rights may bp
leased for a period of twenty-on.
years at an annual rental of $1 per
aero. Not more than 2560 acres
shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate ot
flve cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement wlll not he paid
for.
S. S. TRANSfEl
The    S'P'Piiv        ���'     '������   '��� '     ��'''' "
Brackniaii-Kv nil i every weSt
afternoon at 2 ���������',.: A
hum  Isli'id  ai ��� rU, return
to    New    Wesi   ' : 1*4
day. Saturday, I irnlng same ^
ing.
Additional   trip   Monday mai
leaving New V\ Hi r at sUj
Trips will bi to Sti   -:|
business warrants.
This schedule     ibject
without notice. .
For freight ard passenger rai.j
ply to ROnERT JARDINSl
Msaa?��l
Canadian Pad
Railway W
Three Trains Dai��p
WITH FIRST-CLASS WUj|
TOURIST AND DINING C��R^
Imperial Limited leaves at ..'!*1
Atlantic Express leaves at '�����
St. Paul Express at ,, ������ ��� ���'��� _
For reservations and other-"'
Cl0B. FOSTER. BJ. OOI'LEJ.
O. P. A. Vancouver.    C-f-K-s j
Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet in hot
weather. For washing underclothing lt is unequalled. Cleanics and
purifies, ������
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pioneer Limited,"    St.  Paul  to
Chicago, "Short   Line,"   Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains in  the  service  on    any
railroad   in   the  world that  equal   ln
equipment   that  of  the  Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.     They
_wn and operate their own  sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an  excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder Poland. Or
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW8
743
FRONT STREET
is the Place i" buj or eell �� fl
sec nd-hand good, of anj ���*
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY
which we are offering for 4uc
T .V. XCe a spiendii, 1-Y
Over Fifty Sfufferi Bir
Animals
for sale at ft bargain. ������ rtl
We can't begin to ten 7 ^M
have, but no matter ��"���"
come here flrst ^
Alex. Spc<*
Westminster
Transfer t<M
- ,��� '.no. *'
,fflce 'Phone Ht    �����
Columbia Street IsDAV.
gEPTEMBEl
nn
DA1L. NEWS
f" | NEW THEATRE OPENS
Artists' Materi-
als
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until   3 ou
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easy
. ._��� rlavs v.    will   sell
ti^Bi-r*'
|j. H. TODD'S
isic House
__W WESTMINSTER- B. C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
|,[. Coast US. Sailings
IN ML ROYAL CITY
Architects' Supplies
!
w\      Be F rst Nlghi *'���
Dupont Block,
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RABIb m ON vroney s^ /
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Office Supplie!
AT
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MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
FROM VANCOUVER.
Saturday  at ll
Evi ry   Saturday
'_
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,,,.... island���Second
SI  ol ���   "���
Naiiaiti-pp   Union, Comox���Tues-
n'dThjr- .       ��� 2 p-m.; Saturday
p.m.
Jj : nt   2   p.m.
ROM NEW  WESTMINSTER.
���per Fm-. :   to    Chilliwack',
'--,      ,. amer     Beaver
!, ;i..���'��� ���   :i III. on   Hon-
v....:, :   Friday;   return-
leaves   i       ��� ���������'������   at  7  a-m.  on
nd  Saturday,
r farther parti   . .irs call  or ad-
ED GOl LET, A. ont,
New Westminster.
C   :;   Foster,
Assi Pa  -  Agent,
Vancouver, D. 0.
ve nti i
,t.    Colunii la
is of the
opened
1
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ii.    v.   ���     ���' il yesterdaj.   at
the same ' ���' v ���     ��� Vi
. 1,.  tbe   Edison B1 ������ -i  tin
cii..
iti    i    B marki d ad ���'  '���': ���
li ��� line 'n the "' '���'   ; ���������    ��� .......    i
ti   ���   Id'..-. bavlng ���'""���
, onstructlon.     Ji
largi    and well oloi ��� ion   ���
 ,  for I ���   of .i theatre animal In Inst . i
long  and narrow, ""   ':"   Nat u
ttln i     tim The ' ��� R "   '������' ���   '
: ti m        h    an  extent ''���-"'  with refer i \. ti in
   ��� in   tj        .1   can ������'��� I  prevalvi  ...  animals
wit!.. on ;Or  hyd la In   ..-��� . ......
MEA t s wallg  are  colon '      rtalni .1   :������ pr pro
p    p   the celling i fesslui      ....   .
, , ��� ih,   mo i a li    cii i     ild
\     ,|, I .   I     V       ,     l        .   : .1    I
cou.muiii-atile.tit_ as*     pre mntticnil.
���. :���. ������ lng the mm htae al aile< Iln    lhe i iinim   i igh all
ack cil  tho hall  .. !  thi   ��� irtatn warm   looded  animal ��� iding  mai
v     with    the  two  ''ii ���"���     isc.pl     i   ... II
. s 0n eliher side. '" ���    itlll a wldi l>  preval.nl belli i
Special . ��. has been given to tiiat i| pei on   or unl mam are   iltten
the   question  of   flre    protection,  all b)   u  dog  thej   are  liable  to  become
consti ' ;i    under the rabid ll  the do    i houi i i untract  din
iiperir.pv; . -  the lire cljlef and eas,   nl  an)   future time       I'hon   ������
the city electrician.     The lantern Ib no foundatlua lot flits imprei  ion   VII
In   a   room    constructed    entirely   ol experlenco,   both    clonUlli   and   prm
  metal    with    absolute^    nothing    lo tical     .������-.   to    show     thai   rubles  I"
,,..   ���nlI. .   ...  ,,,    ,  .,���_   catch  tic. excepi   the  Aim.      This  Is tran mltied onl)   b)  animals thai  are
a      r  '"    IlH'""'   ,��� ,,,���,-.��� ,i,e ,    , ,   ,,��� nearly all flre. actuall)  diseased at tho I iiv Hi
in  these theatres, and  until recently itp inflicted.
it   was  iliilieuli   to  proteel  againsl  It.      "Following   the  canine   race,  cattle
But  thin  lv-  been overcome by a re- Beem to be the tnosi frequenll) affect
Invention     which   has   been   In ed. probabl)   because rapid dogs luva
stalled   in   lii-   Majesty'i      The   fllm n   better opportunlt)   lo  bite  gra_lug
po   .-.   through   a   ver)   narrow    sill cattle.'1
and  through  a  me'<il box, thi   effeci      Mr, Mohler declared, however, that
being that if the fllm catches Hre the the dl ea e v spreading
liis;   turn   if the  wl :  automatically        Since   i  00  the    Chicago  Institute
extinguishes It.     The lantern is new ha. treated .Old peopl I'.ng ri un
and  embodies all the  latest   Improve- 31  different  ���tales,"   aid tin    ipeakm
ments,    throwing    a    picture on the He also  gave    tatlstb     ihowlng  the
screen   thre,.   feet    larger   than   an) spread ol  the disease in nll"'i  cities
Pul llirio    In    (lie
111 a la c r *       I .. li n .1
a hero     I"     lhr     Be.vlce
tbcae    .t -1   Pare Paints
I'liil.'   Vi...:
TENP! '.'���   ' - ;     .    omDGE..
'���        ���
������ - ���
	
i
.  i
.     -  ��� ���'
.PRING     LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. au.    Fifth Arena*
phonf sm
BOWELL A  OODr,   Proof i.tor*
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY
iiinii.   i nn i_li <-.
It i-; no hard thioj to
make a paini i hat
looks good in the cao
or sounds ., od m
the advertisi and
YOU couldn t i< II the
diffi un . befon hand
Hut it is nol so easy to
put ti igcther the puri t
materials in the tnosl
expert waj and then
to add 1'iie special
iii;;i I-.In ni g re at 1 v
length' u thepaint'. life
and thai '������ w hat j ou
get vi hen you buy
M�� PURE
���JL PAINT
Dh	
p..
Rll
itH   West
\ 11
Jutilp
Odell  Brook
Dlsti ...
(ii.'i,-   Kiwi
V
. f   I
l<        I, l_.ll
\1 II1 -A I
Mn.,h is, into
\, ,ii i
h
I'.Mtl
Porty
f. >r   every
.e. made iv
Tenders  are  called  for the follow-  of^^Vie^ause'of nearly all flre. Iactut.li) diseased at I
 ���    ing works ou tlie Hastings road, Burn-
���Seattle-Dally at 11 p.m. direct��*��� ^.^ m ^.^ Roy&. ();ik
I ,���..���.    and road  ff,r ;l leD8th  ot :j"" yards'   IA|''
Tvictoria-Dall)  at  10 a.m.   and proximftte     Quantity    0j    excavation,
i   cubic   .vanl..)'^^^^^^^^^^
II. CuttinK  two  hills   w'.-t   of  the
Johnston road In D.L, 117, for lengi
of 150 yards each. (Approximate quan
tlty of excavation In each, 1200 cu Ic
yards. I
III. Constructing cedar culverts
and filling ln the creeks ai the 1st
and l!nd trestle bridges west ol the
Johnston   road.
Specifications nnd plans may be
seen, and further Information obtained, on application at the M inlcipal
Hall.
Lump sum tenders tn be delivered
at the Municipal Hall, on or before l.
o'clock   noon  on the 24tb  Inst.
FRED  L.   M .CPHERSON,
Municipal Eni I   er.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, r O.
painting purj
Imperial Vai nish A  <
Co . Limited, "I Toronti
ANDKR80NALUBBY
Vgents for New Wesi
minster nnd district
CHOWN  PRIN0I CRUSHES
CHILD  UNDER   HIS AUTO
other i��i the coast, the plcturi   being   and states,
NOTICE.
10    j   L3 teet,
The hall will seat comfortably 40U
per ons The manager, Frank L
Kerr, hag asked thai the News make
ii clear '.n the public thai there Is
no Intent lon <ii removing the machln
and staff from the EM Ison to the new
theatre, stating thai the two theatrea
.will be operated. Nor will the ime
films be shown al the two places,
films being obtained from no fewer
than eight different factories in order to ensure variety. \v. Gillespie
will be the Blnger al the opening to-
InlghL
l.llillit .AS IUKMII1
IN lilt U.UUII.
1 lit II tl.   Sepl     '.'I        Willie    ll
prlnc. wn-, mill iiiii iMii��v through tha
\ il ..������..   of   I lei' I'li.'lili ,   S.mI tirdfil    "veil
ii        lie    i ii r,   ,<\, I    .i    gl \ ) eip ell    Inn .
it.n' ui lng tin- lad'i  skull
The wuiiiv i.i iniii been hatiglng on
the i.ui of I w.ii.'ii lie lumped off
mil attempted lo run across the
dip'ii lbw C' 11 In fpppui of I is em
^^^^^^^^,   .lu|\    1,   .^^^
lew   Hu-Ii   HiM.    .lun.    i    rue
...p o     ipppii.   Cre< i.        Vpril  I    1010
Irtil   p.    fiiiii ii, hou .    Hli ���
n.i ts    uu-1......   fUvei    .pi II 16   i"'1'
i   ��� i     Driftwood ii" ��� i    Vtaj   I   l��lti
i    q     Malta, mi.i i. I.   i   1910
Plan ��� ;in.i proflti $ tnaj    ,    -   ,, .,-,,.1
full   Intel !liatlOI!   ,.Mmie ,1   :,i    ill.    .'111. .'
ef in. Chief En gin i .. Ottawa
i miai le
\ii, i  v.ni 11\. ti    in _ ;i�� pi ded  thi
ii .. bhIiii  tendi rers mu t  Biihm i   .1-
,.!        :iil       ��.|||'v i .,11 ll. line       w llil
i v : -i   at)   In   be   ii)   aCCOl d:l'i. e
�� uii i h, :i|,.-, iii, m ive ol i lepai t men I
ol k.tiiuin mei Canals ol thi Do
million iiv. imn. ni IfiO. i'ii class
, r loftd lo be used i- thai tli -'ivm tl
"Heavy'   ni iii,  - niii sp.. it. ation
I i nil'  i        wii',!.,     I, . . i V ,|   le,    ,,!|e   HI
MUM ,-.   Of   till     VI Ul Illl ei   I i.|llll . 'I
i :n ii   i i,.i,,   mu i   hg  iii.n, .i   and
��� i iiii ,1  li)   iiii iii,   pai lh 'i i" the ten
ii.l . Htlil w ll in '..n. ,1 mill l,e ill ' ..Ill|i.ill
i, il   lu    mi    ill ��� ��� pl. il   i lleipi,     en    :l       leu
1.1, ,i bank of the i Kimlnlon nf Can
min paj able ,n 'h<   ' luniti i slot, i    ol
i in-   Ti -pp.���' "ni in, ni ..i   n.i i w i ���    im   a
���ii. mi pqiittl in ii\,  pi  ., in   i:. i> e i "i
crown iii,, amount of iln  t.nrtei
'lb.    I IhIiI   io   I" i. i \ vl   In  i. i  i ..   mn
"1     Illl    Ininlelp
|l\     <lli|el,
r   i:   ii van.
".. . I. ' III
tii,, Commissioner* of   the Trans
i qntlnenla] Railway, Dated ol Ottawa,
.iiau.l   28,  1B0B,
To Our Customers of Hard Coal:
We, the under., ned. do ���  exj.ect^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
to get anv liantf coal this year.
_Y^1I!III. FRANCE WILL LLUSL
Masonic   Ceremony   Held   .it  an   Llcv.i
tion of More Than Seven Thou
Band   Fc-t.
Bank of Canada
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
��� J 1*69
it. Pa i .
lerv, Fond
! *s=_s
Sc.ile,
. ud
���.  accounts  soil
lAV'SGS 2i'.^   DEPARTMENT
I'"--'     ID       ���    Exchange and
ndten ight and sold.
ft? effected.
Re part 12 acres ol Lot 17, Group
New  Westminster District. ^^^^^h
I    Whereas proof of the  loss Of certl-
$ 4,700,000 float,   of   title  number   2396F,   issued  Two  More  to
5.400,000'in   the   name  of  .John   Bernard   John-
.55,000,000  mb, has been filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that l snail.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the firs: publication h re-
of in a daily newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, Is.ue a
duplicate ol th,.. said certificate, unless
in tiie meantime valid objectiu.i be
mad..- to in-   In wr.ting.
C. S- KLITH,
District Registrar of TM ��� i
Land Registry    Office,    New   vs-v.
minster, Ii. C, Aug tsl   80,  1 '������.
DOWN ON LOTTERIES
B;   Conducted  on  V.T.I
Then   the   Lid   Will    Be
Nailed  On.
Y -���-.- -    Q
F   SHUTE.
C.  Branch,
Manager.
Paris. Bept, 22    In order to give ef   ney
Qreenfled, Mass., Bepl :..: Aerial
Lodge No. I, K. and A M., was toi in
ed iti tin- balloon da bi husel i at ;ni
elevation of more than 1,000 feet, this
being the tli i mei ling "i the kind
��� .' ii held, The lodge w ag < ond in led
���������iiii   uli   Mjii.ni..    observations   pos
i de under the condition i
.1. .1. Van Alkenburg, of South Fra.m
li gham, wn worshipful mastei, Ja i
i; Benton, of \(. Inchs ' i was enloi
.. arden, and < lhai i Olldden, or Bos
ton juiiinr w,'Lii|en 'i be Masonic
ceremon)   was the chlel  featuri   of tt
horl but mosi lr,'. re il ng aerial Jour
Hotel Butler Annex
.nm lb   AVtnUI  anil   Maru. i  8'��".��t
sr \ i ii r
./> rta:
Room ft p.r day up.
ROOtYl and linanl $2,60 I' .' ''ay up.
I -irim with lialh |8,B0 por ilay up.
ROOITI Willi liatli an I linanl ���'! p��r ilay.
Ml   niitililii rOOfttS, wiih hei and iniii
wii'er   aleiiiii   Imnl,  liiiia  ill-lnni n I_|q.
|i|muip   'Iiini  nH'plR nil  linlna and hufttl
i'AIILK'ON   (HI,III Hf.   Mm
the details ol w_lch were recounl
feet to the governmental  resolution ol ... when the party reached here
',.;.   -   to ttquldate In  two large loi ., the blghesl point reacbed by the
-7     all  the    minor    ones, twenty arograph,  7,200   .et,    the   Y"  IA
I....,.,, which !...���-���'��� been In operation ceremon.   took  place.    Shortly  aftei
;_:.:... governmenl permit, regulation .,,;i,  th..  cold  sed  very *m#�� clond
for the flrsl v the  ������-' ones ba�� been itratum was encountered and Ue am
hsned.    there will t'f- offertd  2,160, ,-,i,\ began.
000 tickets at 20 francs '������>���'���"    Theru'
wrrr      ,;   ."rl
Mil lilUS^/QJJISa1
.:  -���.-.vantage
ng at this office
l  -��� '���
and Quebec.
Sept. 24th
-.:.   8th.
I par
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, SO  ^7.���
The   regular   meeting  o:   this   K'lge
001)   tKPKelH    at    i.-'    li<ai.'n   -.	
will  be eight  drawing     etween  -���"   maker of phe.5E.
.ember 5 and the end o. 1910    Th pAbSE. TO
will   be  six  prises  ol  ��-"��." .';"'IY
LAbT   RE'*f
three of J100.000 each aud many amal
Ier TOCs
London   Sept, 22.���Hot,/ Boe, bead
��� ������"��.. .     .    ^.ni0f R. Hoe k Co    printing prw�� <"'���'"
The second big lottery drawim. *"���   ifacturers ot New Iforl., London and
r��.   today   alter      a
The   regular   meenug  in   .���,-   ���������
are held in Oddfellows' hah. cn.       JLrl       '     I " YY"AAY ''-7   ifacturers of New
���.v.  streei   eve,    Maaday   eve ...       ;    '    '   ..    *   '   .,        Liverpool,  died   le
at  B pv ,,. ..     ., is   .ergoi ���'.. noble  ' ' ' ;' r" v,���r, utne  .
'.lr    Hoe   had   bei
six y_s
IJURED   AT
BARN    RAISING   BLL
grand.   w. c. Coatbam. ree. seer.
A. O. C. W.���FRASER LODGE ���'-
���Meetings the fir.ta nd tbird  I
diy In each mont.     Visit!   .
rtn    cordially    Invited    to    atl
Lrylge roo���. A. O.                I ���������   Odd
JA!'���     ���     ���    " ' w^TiedTbe scaffolding gave wa
COURT BRIM.. N p   : .   ��� -��� '"  ,";'
. IB    I " '.,���..
-  Dp -        rwo of th��j tli
. .ifl^���_���_���I
inn    ....,
'���lr   Hoe  bad  been  In  London   wi
���l-i|    ���/..-,.     aa ���������������. . ,,������������:
He suffer. <| ���   I    attac.  ol
, .      \. ;, led. Mi   M"   ���
Hal ...
ear P        llle, a pole  whii '
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EXHIBITION
��� ..-.:
P. R. Ag<-n:.
 _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_m_^_^_^_^F-^M
month  at     6  o'clock   la  tn.   ��m.ili
WHEN  GOING
��� Meets tb�� I
���
. ERNAL  ORDER  OF   KA',i.l._,
.--������.     .    -Ms   - ��� ���       ���
-.-.-.; al   ��� lo    l
lU, Columbia stre*-.      J. '���
esoa. W. Pres.;  H. Schoft.ld. H
lary.
EAST
��� I 3EXD YOU OVER
,<THE NORTHWESTER!. UHE"
':' -':   '.--7  Hi   :ie  Y*4r
*>. .      A.rAY
W^eapolis, St Paul
and
|TK_
id Chica^(
THAI I     -.���
JOaRD    OF    TRADE-NEW
._..-: li a-1    f Trvi" a.^-'*   ������ '-'������
board  mam. City  Hal:   as loi -*"-
7_..-.  Ti-r-d-p    o'    --,-.:.    "������]���-
e . ��� m, mt n- f *"i * _* 1 ��� 1
n   a"*-r: "���'      Tte*+..m%     r>--    ��������� ���
Tnu-.._.   _  r>.r.a:y-  M..  ���--*'
\tA   N'ov��:���V-:   a*, r ? m       *""*".
m--iaga  on   '-.  tl.tr.   Tr.:".-::,
Fet-ruary-    JHsm  tsssnbsn "YYl
pro>��s.d ����4 e!^*-^  ��'��� *-'   ''"'"���"
���7 or    iraar-eriy    ���islHg
3- ;i-w��_.   s*.re_��ry
injured.    Hamilton   ������'������'i!";r '���
'
\rt    '���  B> '���
���  ciMU  Jlbb, Harry Bru-
:   '. - '  1
APPLIES   FOfl   FRAf.CHlSE
FOR   AERIAL  OMNIBOS
v     . lafber
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New Westminster, B. C.
October 12,13, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BL A SPECIAL FEATURE
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MIN .TER.
OFFICIAL     OPENING��� 2   p.m.  Tuesday,  October   12th,  190-.
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER   1   .th��� Devoted   to   MWMl   9pf>rt��.   under   lf.|   m��naa��m��nt   of    the   Sorn  o-f  Scotland.
THURHOAY    OCTOBER   14t h���Vancouver   Day,   Championship   la-
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PBIOAV,   OCTOBER    15th���Chlldrgn',    Day.       Children's   sports,
air ship flight, Intermediate lacrosse and football  matches
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER  16th���Championship      lacrosse      match,
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
STOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and  Saturday.
Band CotacerUin the buildings at lhe  grounds
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THE   DAILY   .��2WS
THURSDAY.
Tke Daily News
I        isl 11  .    J   The Dally N - n -  vi   -
lng Ci m]   ny, Limit   I, at tl
The D.ii y N<������������. I rner ol Mc
Kenzl.   and Trew s'rv ts
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THURSDAY,    SEPTEMBER   23.  1905.
THE   NAVAL   BASE.
The arrangements In conns two
with the scheme 0. imperial defence
approved at the recent conference in
]_ondon being now practically complete it remain- to select a suitable
location for the intendej naval bases
on tiie Atlantic ami Pacific coasts.
Here we are of *ourse more particularly concerned witj that on the Pacific, in regard to which we believe
the necessary investigations are
about fi be made. By reason ol
what hag already been stated by eminent naval authoritie.-. tiie old depot
and base at Esquimau has been ruled
ont 'if ron-iileratii 11, ami a suitable
location will be sought on the mainland. Our Koahea-j and aggressive
sister lity of Vancouver, with its
usual self assurance a_d conceit, naturally considers tbere is no other
place on the entire coast so well
-uiied to the purpose of a naval base.
Under certain conditions that may be
so. But these v.ry conditions, whieh
are so essential in the choice of a
site for ��- naval depot cannot, we
consider, be furnished by th_ suns'-t
city.
At any rate wa make bfld 10 assert
that neither the Burrard inlet nor any-
other position on the Pacific coast
can in any way approach the Fraser
river as a position for the purpose in
view. Here is fresh water of vast
extent, wii_ an ample and perfectly
Bafe approach from the ocean at all
times. There are many positions J
between this city and the sea that ���
are perfectly sheltered and endowed +
with natural surroundings that would  t
The
Fraser
River
i Fish Co..
A Visit to Lee's
.. ts Word
Money to You.       '
the new up-
to-date Fish
Store.
I Opp. City Hall |
TELEPHONE 580.
We offer the best Fish
in town at the lowest
prices. CHOICE SILVER SALMON, FRESH
HALIBUT.
FRUIT
Fine   Tokay   Grapes,
��� ���.-t for table use. Basket 50c
Bananas,
Per dozen    30c
Table Peaches,
Per pound   .
.10c
Mies   Table   Apples,
4  pounds for  ��� ���.
.25c
enai.le a/* absolutely impregnable
position to be created. For the carrying out of experimental work, whieli
forms an important part of the operations carried out in connection with
a national d'-ickyard, our river offers
opportunities and advantages that
are not to be matched by any other
place r.u tht, coast. Then, too, New
Westminster h... already rail communication with the east and south, and
ere long will be linked up with other
parts of the continent,
We hope tlie city authorities will
See to It fiat the claims and advan-,'
tages which we have to offer are duly
laid before Ihe authorities a: Ottawa,
so that at least the Royal City may
participate <n the honorable competition for selection as Canada's naval
base on  tlie  Pacific.
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Grand Opening of Fall Shoes
LADIES:���We  Invite you to call.     Let  us   show   you   the   newest
fa11   styles   in   all   the   different n-akes.
We have the sole agency for
the following lines:
The Gibson   Girl   Shoe,   of Lynn,   Mass.
The Cushion   at   Turn   Sole shoe   for   ladies  with   tender  f.-et.
The Dr.   Special  waterproof shoe for men and women.
The Tenderfoot  Welt,   the solid comfort sho;.
Gentlemen:���Those   Dr.   Reed   Cushion     Sole     Shoes     are   here.
Ws are the only people
who   have  this  shoe. I    has  the   wo
SOLE on it.
We ar.  offering  for  WEDNESDAY
c'oths of  best  quality, cut to any
ONLY a    lai      -
ar9e quantity ���.  ,
leng<h.     not     rer. * ��   c
price 35c and 40c a yard. Now offered at.  . ' *"'y      -.
PARLOR SETS
A new arrival of 3 and 5 piece Handsome   Parloi   Ru't
fancy velours
$25 a set.
Easily  worth    $40  a  set.
W
Lee's Furniture
Emporium
NEW WESTMINSTER,
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This   shoe   is   specially   made   for our trade.
in   B.  C.  who   have  this  shoe. I    has  the   world-famous    HERCULES
These sho.s are on display in our show window.
VV. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN
Holmes Block NEW WESTMINSTER
A full stock of |
Choice  Canned
Fish.
A New Fall Hati
PROMPT DELIVERY.
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_ BIS MAJESTY'S
OLD-TIME ACTOR
DOES   MOTLEY   AGAIN
MISLEADING  THE  PUBLIC.
London. Sept. 22.���J. Doughty, the
oldest living actor-clown, celebrated
his ninety-first birthday by once more
donning his clown's dress at a benefit performance with his dogs on the
iW'est Pier at Brighton. It was plain
that the old main in the motlev, seen
It is a matter for   extreme regret thu, as a link with    an    interestl_g
tbat the Xew Westminster Trades pas, is getting very feeble. But his
an(]  Labor Council should  have been wjt is as sharp as ever it was.    He
led to  formulate  a  resolution of  so ff ��n��e more his famous old song.
______ , The Comforts of Home."
rude and presumptuous a character; Mr. Doughty was bom at Bristol on
as tbat recently forwarded to Sir Aug. 28. 1818 He made hi. first ap-
Wilfrld Laurier in regard to the al- pearanoe on the stage at the Theatre
legr-d   intention     to    employ   Asiatic  R()-Val   Devonport, at the age of nine-
i.,v, , a., r- . i ^ , ��� ,_ teen His first appearance in London
labor on  the    Grand    Trunk   Pacific _.__ at ^ 01(] ^,.vlebone theatr. ,n
Railway,   by   tae   baseless  assertions 1839.    For the past thirty years    he
of the Tory press in genera] and the  has   appeared   with     his   performing
wild ravings based    on    these asser- do6* 0Q BriSln��n P|e.
CUTE  YOUNG CUSS
PUZZLES  FIRE   BRIGADE
tions  Indulged in  by  the Columbian.;
It is a notable characteristic of this
journal that, even  though  it ls aware ' 	
otc_  allegations    as    these are alto-      Brockville, Sept. 22.���A ten-year-old
getter untrue, they ar. repeated ^iYIYT'AIT V�� I Y'^ ^A^
' ajectric fire alarm ringing for a l'JQg
after time The policy of the o time today, to the annoyance not only
1 urn Man appears to be that there i- of tie firemen, but citizens at large.
notUng too bad or too vile tha- cm Dunn bad a rope with a stone at-
be said against the government. How  '''"���'"'"  to  the end' and' Growing it
ever improbable and incorrect a
statement may be, this is of no con e
..'-:."-. to our contemporary, so long
��������� ii v.-jii serve to poison 'be minds
ot Individuals snd misleads the pu ,-
He.
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THE WANDERING COW.
hope   some   determined   action
over the two wires near his father's
borne, could, by pulling the rope,
bring the wires Into contact with each
other. This he was doing with great
glee when a carter discovered him in
tbe  act,
Meantime the town electrician and
tbe members of the flre department
were at iheir wits' end to know Where
tne trouble was.
Women Workers' Federation.
London, Sept. 22,���Miss Mary Mc-
will be taken by the Councl] with a Arthur, president of the National Fed-
view to enforcing the Pound bylaw eratlco of Women Workers, has sail-
and ridaing the city of the nuisance e. \�� ?__en(i thejilennial convention
of cows,    tethered    Or loose,
of the Women's Trade
.,       -  ���    ��~=  a.aa.,e Union League
of America at Chicago on Sept. 27.
btreets.      Tins  Is not  a  country vii-;
lage and i; Is out of all reason that
citizens should be put to the annoyance caused by the presence of these
beasts in the public thoroughfares.
Why there should be any laxity or
hesitation In regard to the enforcing
of the Pound bylaw we quite fail to
understand.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
SOAP
SPECIAL TODAY
5c & lOc
THEATRE
Columbia Street
Will OPEN THIS EVENING
AT 7:30
WITH THE FOLLOWING
EXCELLENT  PROGRAM
No. 1���"Where ls My Wandering Boy
Tonight."    Synopsis of scenes
No. 2���One of the finest films ever
brought to this city, entitled,
"Before the  Mast."
No. 3���Scenes of the French Revolution.
Well, of course.
The one you have been wear-
ing all summer is looking shabby.
We can give you what youl
want, all the new color.-, all the I
new shades, are here.
Colored hats in soft shapes a
the correct things for fall; we have)
them in onyx, navy blue, catawbi
and all shades of green.
Makes Better
Bread.
PhiLLIPS
TME   WARDROBE
CLOTMIER
!_____��_
No. 4���A    high-class    Comsdy,
Dare Devil's Motor Car "
"The
Music by His Ma-j
jesty's Theatre Orchestra.
You win appreciate this fart
if you have tried it. Those
who have used it admit the
fact, and they are the ones
competent to judge. Roya]
Standard makes more bread.
That is because It goes farther
���becaug it is a pure product of
genuine quality throughout.
You will require but Uttle inducement to use Roya] Standard Flour if you have once
tried it. it ls its own best testimonial.
Then,  too,  with    every  sack
you   buy, you  secure a chance
of    winning    a    beautiful   10'.
plec- china dinner set.
Ask your grocer for Royal
Stanrlard Flour.
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JUST ARRIVED: Baking Ammo
nia, Cream of Tartar and Bird Seeds
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
BIEBBLB SAFE \E LOCK CO.
CANTON. OHIO.
Prices given on application for Fire,
Burglar proof and other safes; vault
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent, H. J. a. BURNETT, Accountant and auditor, P, o    Box 691
NICHOLAS WANTS TITLE
OF K.NG OF THE SERBS pkhCAKK.
London,.-.Sept. 22.���The Globe's
Rome correspondent reports that
Prince Nicholas of Montenegro pro-
jiose. to constitute himself king of tlie |
occasion of his approaching jubilee.
He wishes to take the title "Czar of
the Serbs." It ls said that Austria
will not raise any objection to this
procedure,   although   such   a   de.lgna-
tiOB   would   relegate  the  Karageorge-; |
vich dynasty to second place. 'We buy for cash and sell for tbe same   GO_.   .__lghth  and  Carnarvon
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
PLUMBING
Steam and Gas Fit-
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 AND PEE
BD MERCHANTS-
FRONT STREET
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Notice  is    hereby    given  that   the
Voters    List   for  the  year   1909   has
been  completed,  and   that  the  sartie
, . r,-, ,       _- i^ay ����� seen at this office for thirty
tang,. Sheet Metalp^W!~* ���.'__.
Ito the said Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom;  must prefer his or
'her request In writing, signed with
his or her name, and shall deliver or
cause to be delivered to the Citv
Clerk within the time hereinbefore
-pclfled.
W, A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City   Clerk's   Offlce, New WestmlnBter, B. C, September ,.   n.9
Works and General
Repairs.
JOBBING  PROMPTLY ATTENDED
TO.    PHONE  586.
MERRITBEW & RAMSAY
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCXS AN DEER.
OPENS   ON   SEPTEMBER   1. UNlTlON
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN. AMMLint
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS W AR CARRYING A FU
COMPLETE   STOCK  AT   LOW    PRICES.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
WATCHES
I sell watches that keep to the second the time,
Having movements adjusted to suit any clime;
Silver���filled  eases���fine   solid gold,
Watches the best that are made to be sold!
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
80LE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATC rHURSDAY
SEPTEMBER   23.  1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAOE FIVD.
PON'S
Goods House
WING OF AUTUMN   AND WINTER     DRESS    GOODS. IT'S
.- .mi WERE CHOOSING THE   FABRICS    FOR    YOUR   FALL
TIME VOU  wtnu
OAT AND SKIRT.      YOU WILL   FIND   WHAT   YOU   DESIRE   IN
STOCK. FOR ALL THE   NEWEST AND  BEST  FROM   DRESS
GOODS DOWN, IN   HERE.    WE   CONSIDER    THAT    OUR   VALUE
.THE BEST TO BE OBTAINED, AND GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
WILL   GIVE   SATISFACTION.
Broadcloth, per yard, from  $1.25 t0 $2.00
,  Cloti.,  per yard,  from 75c t0 $1.50
Cheviot ' ���""'ll lml" 75c t0 *1-50
ggtln clol      ��� '    :" ' ,n""  86c t0 *1-25
poplin, I" r J'ard 75c
Gi insboi      ��� ���  yard 51-50
YOUR   INSPECTION   INVITED.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
SPORTING NEWS
IND DAY BF EASTERN LACROSSE STARS
TENNIS TOURNAHENT        WILL PLAY UN COAST
Ladies' and  Gentlemen's  Doubles and
Gentlemen's Singles Were  Played
Off Yesterday.
Billy West Says He Will Cross Rockies Again Next Year���Pickering
and Adamson, Too
WE CAN SHOW YOU
the best line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
Large assortment just arrived.   Best value, lowest prices.
A great variety of Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.    Everything in Home Furuishings
at astonishing prices.
!- doubles,    gentlemen's sln-
!   gentlemen's   doubles   were
:  yesterday, the second day
���    Ni w     Westminster    Tennis
Manual    tournament       The
game   played resulted us follows:
Ladies' Doubles,
Ml Irlck and Mlss Armstrong
(scratch), beat Miss Corbould and
pi C. Corbould (owe 1-2 30) 6-3,
6-4.
Ml      M irion  Martin  and  Miss  Jo-
ilartln  (receive  1-2 30)   heat
!   '���'        Granl    and    Mlss    M.    Cotton
(scratch), 6 2, 9-7,
Gentlemen*. Doubles
Mr,    Beatty     and    Mr.    Rlckman
(scratch)  beat Mr.  Fletcher and Mr.
iSml"\  1 receive  15), 6-1, 6-4.
Gi ntlemen's Singles.
Mr,   Rlckman    (scratch)    beat Mr.
Am    : (si nitihi.  6 ::,  6-2.
Mi      Phlpps    (owe    30)   beat Mr.
Sperr.   1 scratch), 6-4, 6-4,
Mr.   Wright   wcu    from  Mr.   MacDonald ���.,. default.
Mr   MacGowan won from Mr,  McQuarrie  b)   default.
CUPS ANO SAUCERS, $1.00 PER DOZEN.
(White   and   Gold   Patterns.)
FIFTY DOZEN TO CLEAR  AT THIS   PRICE.       REGULAR   VALUE
$1.35 A DOZEN.    WON'T  LAST  LONG.
SIX-PIECE    TOILET    SETS    AT  $2.25.       See them   in  our window.
C.  B.  DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
BOWLING    j
The Vancouver bowli rs beat the
Westminster team on their own al-
leys las' evening by 112 pins. This
was the first of ihe Intercity Series,
iand next Wednesday tiie Vancouver
team will visit here, when au earnest
effort will be made to turn the ta-
hles, Accompanying is th�� score:
WESTMINSTER.
Toronto, & pt. 22. -Billy West, ol
Regina lacros ���; fame, and centre field-
er for the Torontos luring the Bea
sun just closing, has gone back to liis
home near Brandoa. If Manager Murphy, of tli. Torontos, had secured
West for tie first game of the season
it would have gone a long way to-
wards bringing championship to" Toronto, but a.s it is ,the Torontos are
practically breaking Up now without
waiting to see if there Is a possibility of a tie.
Wesi says th" conditions In British
Columbia are much better than they
are in eastern Canada, and thai he
will play in British Columbia, next
Season for sure. According to West's
views, the managers here maj find
on e difficulty in gathering their
teams together next spring, as he believes many of the locals will be out
west   when   ;he   rail   conns.
'Pickering and Adamson will be in
V_noOuver and would have heen there
this season if they would have broken
their promises," said West. "Howard.
of the Shamrocks, will also be with
Vancouver although Westminsters
made a big bid for aim this summer.
The people out there In those two
towns know how to treat a lacrosse
player even though he Is a pro, No
person out there goes looking for a
position. The enthusiasm Is at fever
heat all the time also and it won't be
long ."fore they may have the best
players in the country.
W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Annes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE  176. N|GHT  CAU_ 81.
1.
'_,
;;,
Tot.
Latham   ..
...   .181
150
139
47H
Ki ary   ...
 136
1 17
139
422
Wlntemute
 143
148
154
445
Smith   ...
 1.1
17ii
L80
471
Gilchrist   .
..   ..160
148
165
473
Total
 741
763
777
2281
VANCOUVER
1.
2,
3.
Tot.
! Hon wick    .
 192
126
J.41
459
' Shaw   	
 168
17'.'
147
4114
|Scott   ...   .
 12:!
131
160
41-1
i Morris   ...
 149
152
117
44.
Campbell. .
.    .    ..180
L'|p'.
152
biH
Total
 Ml'
834
717
2393
YESTERDA. S RACING
sell-
Mel-
sell-
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WRITING MATERIALS, OFFICE SUPPLIES, BOOKS, PAPERS.
MAGAZINES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
IN A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
IN OUR STOCK. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. WE BUY FOR CASH DIRECT FROM
THE MANUACTURERS, WE THEREFORE SAVE YOU MONEY.
NO  DISAPPOINTMENTS IF YOU   DEAL   WITH   US.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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FOOTBALL
Rovers' Practice.
In view of the match with the Hl-
bernisus on Saturday a large turnout
i_ expected of the Rovers fa's evening at practice at Moody square. The
lineup has not yet been selected.
FIRST   RACE���Six   furlongs;
ing;  three-year-olds and up.
1, Alleviator;   2, Wamboro;   '���'.
ton Cloth.
SECON'D RACE���Six furlongs;
ing;  two-year-olds and up,
1, Chester Krum; 2, Raleigh, P. D.;
3. Daddv Gip.
THIRD  RACE���Cue   mile;   selling;
three-year-olds and up,
1,  Irish  Mail;   2. Long Ball;   3,  My
Bouquet,
FOURTH   RACE���Seven    furlongs;
selling;   three-year-olds   and  up.
1. Sea Lad;  2. Beautiful and Best;
3, Aftermath.
FIFTH     RACE���Seven       furlongs;
selling;  three-year-olds and up.
1   Ornate;     2,  Flavigny;     3.  Harry
Rogers.
SIXTH  RACE���One   mil,,   and   fifty
yards;   selling;   four-year-olds aud up.
1, Convent   Bell;    2,    Ed.    Ball; 3.
Lucy C.
Our entire stock of LADIES'
WASH SUITS and CHILDREN'S
DRESSES to clear at half price.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
B.aten   at   Own   Game.
Tokyo,   Sept.    22.���The   University
|of Wisconsin baseball team, which Is
.making a lour of .lap.t.i, was defeated
in   its   first   game  here   today   by   the
Keio  University    nine.      The    sco>-e
I was  3   to 2,   with  Wisconsin   making
seven  hits  and    Ke'.o    hitting  safely
only   three   times.      Keio   made  only
'two  errors,  while  the   Invading nine
j had  four  niiscues on  Its  side of the
I score.
Big   Wrestler  After  Gotch.
New   York.     Sept.   22.���Among  the
'passengers who arrived on tlie steamer  Canmia    yesterday    was Zbescko,
ithe champion wrestler of Poland, who
j Intends to challenge everybody in the
iheavyweight wrestler class,  including
;Frank  Gotch,  the world's champion.
He    _tas    defeated    every    person
j n-honi he has met in Europe, includ-
lisig   Ivan     Padoudney,    the    Russian
wrestler,    who      defeated      Hacken-
schmidt in two stra'ght falls   each of
I which  was secured In less than two
[minutes,
Zbescko is hooked to make his
| first appearance In this country at
| Buffalo on October 7. when he will
'meet three of the best heavyweight
mat experts in that section.
Kid Sullivan Beats Madden.
Albany,   X.   Y.,   Sept.   22���Kid   Sullivan  of   Washington,   D.C.,  had   the
better of a lij-round .bout last night
with Frankie Madden of Xew York.
Madden went down for the count of
eight  in  tlie  second  round.
No Answer to Appeal.
Nothing definite has been heard of
the cppeal of the Westminster senior amateurs against the Maple
Leafs in connection with the game of
September 11, though the time for a
roply has elapsed. When the series
is replayed as is expected to be the
case, with home and iome games, the
local 1 oys will be weak, as Patchell
has gone east, aud several of the boys
are going hack to college. The team
will probably be reorganized before
the next game. The whole matter
will be discussed at a club meeting
to be held tomorrow night.
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j Electric Railway Service
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ne.
way
half
Last
:ars  for Vancouver
"lai,u��>��   Will   run  every
car 'eaves at n p. m
^t car leaves Vancouver at
'������J11 p.m.
Ca
and
, Ur* leave
twenty
the   depot   every
Perton andn-.ae8..f0rb0th Sa��-
Clty  line
c'ty Umlts over the
City Line: Car. leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hoiiny between 8:30 a. ni. and 11. P- ra'
^^Co,umbia E,cctrlc Ry-Co'Ltd
Six  Day  Bicycle   Race.
Kansas City, S.pt. 22.���After eight
".lours of riding this afternoon and evening, the ten riders in the six-day
bicycle race occupied about the same
relatve positions as last night. De-
mar leading the field, but the next
five riders are within three laps of
hlm.   The positions follow:
Demar���347  miles S  laps.
Hunter and Williams���347 miles 6
laps.
Mlllen, Morgan and Stein���347 miles
5 laps.
Crebbs���346 miles 2 laps.
Palmer���346 miles 1 lap.
Wells��� 346 miles 3 laps.
Schnell���345  miles  2  laps.	
Mcintosh  Still  After Fight.
Xew York. Sept.    22.���Upcn .lames
J.  Jeffries'   arrival   in   Paris   he   was
met  by   Hugh   Mcintosh,  the  Australian fight promoter, who renewed his
offer of a $50,000 purse for the fight
between  Jeffries  and  Johnscn,  agreeing to hold the fight either in Amer
Ilea or   Australia      Sporting   men   in
j this citv are of the opinion, however,
';that Jimmy Cofforth. of coima, California holds a mortgage on Johnson's
'services and also stands ln well with
j Jeffries and if the fight takes place at
'all lt will be in California.
Victory for Mike Sullivan.
Boston, Sept. 22.���Mike (Twin) Sullivan of Cambridge had an easy victory over Terry Martin of Philadelphia in twelve rounds at the Armory
Athletic  club  last  night.
The Nights
are getting long and the eyesight
in consequence is getting short
Science, however, has to some extent overcome the natural de.
cline of the eyesight by substitut
ing properly fitted glasses. .Occasionally we find a case so
complicated that we cannot correct. When wa meet such cases
we are candid enough to say so.
Two essential things you can depend upon in dealing with us;
first, we fit your eyes perfectly;
second, we do not overcharge you,
and in every case when not satisfied we cheerfully return the
money. We have spectacles n*
low as 50c a pair. Try us for
your next pair.
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
Asphalt
.^^^^__L__.__ " ������������^��___^______.
B.C. Refining Co.
(LIMITED)
Offices: Winch Bldg, Vancouver,
or Refinery, Port Moody.
WE ARE NOW READY EOR BUSINESS
PATRONIZE YOUR  LOCAL  INDUSTRIES
that you may be the next one to meet with an 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,
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THE  DAILY  NKW8.
THURSDAY,   SEPTE.
2E-   :-   ...^
BAVARIAN JURIST       MRS. CARLSON [ELLS    ��� mekge all
FAVORS BLOODSHED     STORY Of MURDER
1 B. LIMBER MILLS
CH;cago   Capital   Ready   if   Two   Hun-
Believes That War Tends to Did Not   See  Who   Struck     6*6 Thousand Feet can b, pro.
the Advancement of the Fatal   Blow,   But   Impli-             duced A"nda *
World. cates Holmes.                       it ...    v.a ~      .     n n  M
H-Hfax, N.S., Sept. 22 ���H        M._-
    i    of Xew  York,  i.   .t.  H  liCax
.: ���. i W. Seward Webb, jr.
Bi ' .. Barco ron bten- Nanaimo, Sept. 22.���William H _ _on is interested i
gel ti tlngnishe. Bavar in juriBl l by Magi i ... 0, ^ tjje ium;. -.. .
v. o 'me of Germany', delegates Garwood to rial at the next ._ -. . Scotia H- - that I ���
to the first Ha ii H out sitt ng of tl ..- here on Oc- mon'ey ;. avail." le ii I go for unto publish a ��� ���'_: "Tae ������ ��� ", for the murder oi Gus Carl- ;. ,_ ��� . onds ol the company
World and tbe i'- : I'-' ��� lem." It son on the night of Septem ���: o the extent,ol 7 .? i and
Igjaed i" popularize war, the impPicates Holn-es that'an a_
'���rit"r           '      ~   '                       : IA After relating the fact, concern:: -   .reg te output of 21                 feet an-
lnS '                       ���  ' ���    f���** A if 'le return  of her  hu.ban.p   aod her-  nuall;      .     , produced bj   the
;. . ..    :, .:..,_-    v.'.ves    national froffi         ^^   ^                .    .      ....  . ompany     Th_  pp. , .
i ���
He pv.ciTendn that war has mor. often facilitated than hindered human
progri -���-��� Great    states
'    "         ������ to U'f.^A* 0l YnIl JMt like a  ;   ..     '.Wu  I heard the
tion be      -    ��� their many  .ar,. The .                     ., tQ ^ f(j.. q{ ^ bed
i
after they retired  to bv I       e doz   I     ttpui  in  Nova  Scotia  Is   -"
until awakened by a noise.    She aid- ���'������'.
"I heard a noise in    tbe      ��� I
NOTICE.
world        ��� ->       mce of war, be
adds
.     '     . ���",   .  Lf,     ",   and �� I    Oh, my God.'   I saw     Tenders are her.       U     ���     for the
.ling in the doorwa,    I .. ..n ���f    su sl    , I   tv
.       lZY<y to" ������:-     '  could Vancouver Power    Com,   ���.    Lii
not distinguish I ise the ��� flve difleren, point, si  ,
; ..       ���.,......���.; ���-  ���   'asdh king the ex- the right   . it  .   ol I ���   Fra. .   ���    ���
...,.,.. ������".���������,.-,   ..--.. -       '       1 d^d I was strucK on the branch of the British Colu EUec-
,..t rem   -   (rill contuue .   . ; . t know   b,,.  ^  Raj;wave Com;i;.:,     Ul, ... ,   as
The id. _ of war will  abolUb Itself. :-v tbe forni tliat wa�� in ^e doorway.  ,oi:oW;:       L   A:  Clover iu.-.     2. Near
o���tv     -.      .:_dM,v7i7   mod'-n. Ty7.V'  ;7'    '   . :    !7?:__  tiie_i,-.-r?,c-.i..noi  th.  Co.      ,    .
von Stengel declares, to spend money
for armaments and hattleshiii-. than
for luxury, motor mania and other
sensual living.
BOY SHOOTS A MAN'
"JUST TO SEE HIM FALL"
Remarkable    Murder    By   an     IndiaPi
Lad   Has   Just   Been   Reported
From   Alaska.
and  was at thi, time.   I had not town 0f    Chilliwack,  in    accord
seen U removed,   when I saw Holmes *-ith thf plans and Bpecifli   tions a
landing over me, I said: conditions  of    contra I     n     red   by
Bound   By   Holmes the company, and which ma       en
"'Will, why did  you do this?' and at my office, 435 Cam
he  said  'Hat   vou have suffered long couver,  B.  C.      Tend.:,   to
���v   :.!;.'    I  think    Holm--.-     was    the ered  no1  Jflter  t!'"'    "       -���        ;"   "'
same    form  I   .-aw  in   tai    ioorway. Se   ��� ... er,    nineteen    hundred    and
H .. ������- -aid i.e was going to tie me. nlIie.
i   itnadi   no  reply     He  tied  me with      T1,e tender should indicate a Bpecl
rags.     He   tied   my   hands   aiso  mv fi^d price for the conBtructlon of any .
feet   ind   my mouth.    He 'tied    mv or all of the said sabstatl aa
mouth first.   There was no converse      Each   tender  shall  be  accompanied
tion   between   Holmes  and  me   wt.-en b>'   certified   cheque   in   favor of  the
ie   v-   tving  me    After  he tied  me Vancouv. r   Power   Company.   Limited.
he said  he was goins to    take    the for 10 I,er cent of th��- estimated tot i
monev  out  of mv  husband',  pocket, amount of the tender.
I thiol, he took it    I do not remem-     The  cheques  of    the  unsuccessful
ber any more   I did no: see Holme, tenderers will toe returned to them in
                             'go out of the room dut   course,   and   the   cheque  of   Hie
��� _,.������o-._a  d_.j ,���.!,_.. succ. sful   tenderer   will   be   r-turned
p^i-wiril    T iista    Sent    "  A.     re- Recognized   Bedc othes. , . ...
tsewara,   tiasaa,  m pi.  ....���_    re . . . to him upon execution of the contract
tnarkable crime is reported today from      rh% witness sa_d she recognized the and  fumi _iii, - of  the  bond  required
Kodiak,   wl|ere  a   11-year-oLd   nattve bloodstained   pillowslip    produced   in under the contract.      In the event ol
Indian hoy shot and killed an Indian [court as  belonging to her and  used the successful    tenderer    refusin" to
without   and    apparent    provocation on her bed on the night of the mur- execute the contract and fui_ish"the
Whatever.    At   t'.e  inquest    the    boy   der     She   saw   the     prisoner   on   the bond wlthj��� ten  da ,s  aftf,r  beIn_ no_
olamly stated  that he shot the man moralng     before the   murder  at   her ti^pj y wrj,_ng 07tli_ acceotance of.
"Just to see him fall." The real reason own residence.    She had a short con- i,jS  tendei    hjs cheque  i,  to  be for-
for tlie crime is believed, however, to versation with Holmes.    Mr, Carlson feited to tbe company
be the receipt by the boy of a letter added: Korm of ^ rt.QU1"n.d mav be seen \
from a native who Is now serving a       "H.   asked  me  how  I  was  feeling. at  mv 0ffiCfc
term in the Washington state penl- 1 said, not very well. He asked me Tender, to be delivered not later
tentlary on __cNelll'9 island, in which ii my husband had ibeen abusing me t)lan tbe 27t_ day of September 1909,
the writer says that be '3 having igaiB and I told him no He ?a:d he at mv 'Sa_d office sealed arid en-
good time In prison and like fe. was .-'ire that he had. Holmes said dorsed, "Tender for Substations i"-
Jt I the theory of the authorities th it something about doing something to vanc0uver Power Companv Limitt i.
the hoy deliberately committed the my husband some day. I cannot re-: y0 tender deliverer after tha; date
murder so hat he, too, could gc to member just the language, but lie gave or'time will be considered
prison.                                                         - the impression je was gong to d i     Ten li i  shall state the date of com-
 '���'  :"v  husband  bodily  barm.  I  think I pietion ol -.he work.'     Rapid progress
ntiTnii  .num. mi nn. ii to!d Holme^ t0 let ln-v husband alone. .being required.
FULTON GRANDCHILDREN     \i;ilil:lil:>iin. ^^ss III^fZS.\
iildii' nnnv'H' ririimti. ' can not remeni!,f'r wha' ",lr conver- whether it be lower or higher than
ALLUlV DUlJl J ULlT] IVA Sation wa" HolmeB Bald something any 0ther tender or the same amount.
/1L_UII    UUI/I U   IILIPJUIflL  ,. out k befg a bilf, job .evidently re-,    Drtedat     Vancouver    B    C.    this
  ferring to th. murder of my husband."  nfteenth    (1rjthj    day of    September,
Inventor's Remains to be Taken From
Trinity Church Vault to
Mausoleum.
Clad  Only  in  Trousers.
Manltou, Man.. Sept. 22.���An apparently demented man. clad only in his
trousers  ha,  be��.-n  seen north  of the
town   during   the   pas't   two  days.     A
  Bearch   party  started  in  pursuit this
morning.   It is rumored that the mac
New vork, Sept. 22.���The surviving is missing from Osnabrook, N, D.
grandchildren ol Robert Pulton, in a ___^	
letter addressed to Cornelius Vander-
Wit, presideni of the Fulton Monument Association have sanctioned
the removal of Pulton's bodj   trom a
It in  Trinity church  to a  n
lenm  and    memorial    to  be  ii'iilt in
Riverside drive.     The movement for
the Fulton memorial  ha-  been under
waj   lv   iome time  and  J'      ha -
been subscribed to defray the cost ol ���
preliminary work.     in  al   it .    pro
ed    to    expend    J; X)0 on  the
���ti  eture.
Samui    '.':������     ��� Mai     TM i ��� i
i.   vice ��� rej - ��� ut   of   the
���������        -    ei    Identified the i    re
mei ���   .-'  ide    Jame     J,    HU]   J. D.
���'��������� ' ��� ���    Schifl  an    ::    ::
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IHO..
ROBERT HOWES   C.  B.,
Fraser  Val.ey  Branch.
MAKE YOUR APPtAt. to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how It Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than It ia to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bul't with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
But they were not bill 11 of our
i: aterlals. See where real
cheapness lies?
a
DOG CAUSES SEHIOl.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
7
Driver Triei  to  Avoid   Killing  Animal
and  May  Die as  Result of  Plunge
Into   River.
hi
Chicago, Sept. 22.���While trying to
avoid n_inlng over a playful dog
which was Irarklng at his automobile,
Dr. George Walford, of Lansing. III.,
plunged his machine Into the Grand
Calumet River, near South Holland,
ye.terday and wa3 proahbly fatailv
Injured. Dr. Walford was crossing
the bridge in a touring car when tiie
doK ran at the car Tbe machine
was swerved and its occupants
plunged into the river.
James Spann, 12 years old, the
other occupant of the car, wa_' unhurt. Dr. Walford was caught In
the steering gear and dragged to the
bottom of the river. He was release,) and removed to a hospital.
The machine Is still in the river.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in Att Kina" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Moosomin Stores AM Right.
Mosomin, Sask., Sept. 22.���Paymaster Capt. Condor, M.D. accompanied
iby Adjutant T'/ioiinton Wftpella, inspected the store, and books of "A
Squadron today. Everything was found
In good order, and accompanied by
Mnjor Hewgill, the party left to Inspect the stores and books of tlle
troops at Wapella and Whitewood.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
���!���������_-���
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News SEPTEMBER   23, 1909-
THE   DAILY   NEWS
cut or certificate of lis pendens   ��� , ,.. ,������ ...��� , ���_,_,      _ _
filed within such period, or in d< ��" K/^e ��"e-
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PAGE   __V_.1t.
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__________________________ ______________________________
, made uuuei ^ ^ & toppea and debarred from setting up purchase
 ���
occupation   farmer.
ply    for permission
following    describe,:
ice IS berely
_ l> xv'1      7h. ier "bi- :UI-V clailn t0 or to resI"'<-'t of '1'" J^aid
.%'���"������   u'~      " |' ., pi,.,    land, and 1 shall register Anni    l;   .     |^K,,.i.���   .. ,     ,   ,
.SSjas o'wner thereof In tee     Andli lYllI-
.   Vanoou- Y Order thai  Publication .p.  th Im.
81   " ^^^l       ���������������������������-   ��� ��� ��� ��� - Applying   for   thi
containing    160 acres
WENT ON tuvk SIMPLE Lift COLONY
UUKI\0 THE UPRISING9
PROVES A FAILURE
rt th. ��Pl-"'cu"1 nmited   having I tice tor ten day;, in a daily ��, .. vm
HI _.V_������������__all__ r,A       ta__������������������������_R__ a �����._ -___������������������������
w
r^we-'CoinpM ' nwofVancou-J published   in   New   Westmlnsti
'   ' 7,ri having a,be Rood and .-mi,cou service th
.  ,.,,,. 2-     Dated at  lhe  iand    n gisti     ���
'      ���   - I'Auv New Westminster, Preying ���f i.r
|    7 fj* SS Columbia   thi.   30th   day  ol   Au
ftlver,  A. D., 1909.
, ^     (l!llivn C. S. KEITH,
ALBERT HUM,
S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.
��� th.  1909.
5   of   Preventing   Massacre
of   Christians   in   Neighborhood
of Damascus.
[   ! Joint of diversion
I lrom   the
R be quantity
jouthoi     i - feet per
i character  oi
" ind, water po*f
|e W raaon of electricity
Distrlcl  Regli
To Bamue] Coulter, Esq.
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice i.-i hereby givi
v    oard
,:' "   - :  Cymric,
_    _-  from Ll , ;i   waa
ia<  John .lohnson, ot   p
asl   Range One.
���  '��� ��� B.  C, occupation,    sales
to apply for permlssloi
ssor Ira ,M. Pi Unlver-
I
j  purchase  the  following  describ..  '���'��� Bouth
Turk-
All of lis Houses and Fittings Put Up For Sale-
Novelty Wears Off.
Lrudon,  Sept.  22.���Like others  before it the  "simple., life" colony found-
1       ��� ..,.., par- ed  aboui   six .wu    ago  by  Herr Ac
denkowen-Hofmann    hag    proved    a
failure,  and   the   whole  of  the   build-
ire  advertised   for
that an ap-j         imencing at a post planted  o_ ish   uprising and  wa          i   .    antln- "7s           lutin__
ustrial  and com- plication will be mad. under Pai    v.  thi                . ���,. 0f John island, an is- opie din                                     ,    cap. "''    ���
iiarticularly  in of the "Water Act, 1909," to ob  tin a land       iveen Kees island and Davies tured   >.v  th   lv,    Tnrl                          ''"' '"lon>'.
"1 ��urlK)be                    machlney.  license  In   the   Municipality  of    Bur-;lsland.     Dated, June Cth,  1909.    Ap- Professor Pi                big 'party was J���1   was  c*"''d  "'      l
^���_____
tei   ������
operation
oilier works lor whlcn      (a.) The mime, address nmi ocupa-jing CO acres more or less
kffiways i power are suit- tion of the applicant is Horace  Wil
machlney.!license in  tlie  Municipality of    Bur- i    ' I.
the  operation    ot  naby Oiv:sion of Loi  111 District.      iplying for the
 ^^r
!. '(f)     ThL.   pre-  liamson,     412    Westminster
,.,.���,.   j.   t0   he   Vancouver,  11.  C.
,���.ar high tide j    (b.J The name of the lak".
iii.. river,  (sl   (it unnamed, the description  .       n
ar. at t��e .,.    wat .,. [S   known,  rlBing  In  Lot 210,  run
i  , lectric pow |a southerly   and    westerly    direction
avenue,
whole  island, contain-
!".��� or less.
JOHN   JOHNSON,
Per S.   H.  FORD, Agent.
I' ted June Cth, 1909.
I
.used
the  means of prevent ing a massacre
ol   Christian! Dam iscus.    With
111 party he arrived In Damascus
juBt ;pi the Turkish troop took pos-
n. The) re , ifel. In
thai citj after a I ��� ��� : Journey of
over 200  miles oil  hoi i b ick.
The native o| the cit) wer- [n a
i irore of exi Itemi ul and everyone
was armed, read) for the expected
; ��� The    Ch ��� tls       feared    the
worst and  were  unprepared. The ar-
Distric:  of  Ooasi   Range One.
   ,     Take        ���  tiiiii   .hilars   Unison, of
*""" traction, light- through District Lot in. Bum Van ouvei   u. C, occupation, farmer,
i lag  and    all      Ic.) The 1'Oint of diversion is a Inl indi  to a  ply for permission u> pur-
0i er purpo.sp.-s 400   teet    south    of a stake base the following described lands:
applied.    11)  If Block one (1)  in the northwesi  cor-     Comi encing at a post  planted on I rival ol the Americans served to quiel
i : for power or  ner of District Loi  144. the   i Bhore  ol     Owl   Island,  their   fears   and   the   Mohammedans,
i ,..   the   place      ol. i Tiv  quantity of  watei   applh i  Dated June 6th, 1909.     Applying for  fearing ths consequence* of attacking
0 b�� returned to for (in cubic feet per second) Is two the wl, vi, containing 160 acres  i'.v- Americans ami tivir allies, aban-
her. t��*   .    1   ���.,., ��__ HifTiar.  i->, more or less i whatever plans they might have
JAMES WATSO-t,                   to slaughter the Christians ol
Per  S.   H.  FORD, Agent.      the  pity.
Dated June Gth, 1909. ' ' '	
m."natural channel, and the ditfor- (2).    ^^^^^^^^^        ^^^
i.een point of dl-      .e.) The character ol the propo
���   0f    return.    The works is to  run    power    machlm
returned to river near and  electric    dynamo,    domestic    orj
iOB   	
and difference of eh* I irrigating. i	
��� of diversion and ���     (f.)Tlie    premises    on    which    the
"��������������� 3 about 3"*'�� feet. (3)   water Is to be used is known as Block     District of Coast  Range One.
I, ,- '      land  hitndel to be one (1), two (2) and sixteen (16) in      Take noiice that Bergeta Anderson, [
ed works win District Lot 144, Burnaby. intends to apply for permission to pur-
KT.       (���,   This no-      (g.) The purposes  for    which    the of Vancouver, li. C, occupation, lady,
r e*J'* ���:l   the   7th   day   Of  water is to be    used    are    domestic, chase the following described lands:   I
lce   A.,' v. ation    wlll   be power, light and Irrigation. Commencing  at  a  post   planted  In
.   . Issloner   on   the      <h.| If for Irrigation  describe    the the bay at northwest corner of Maud  chairman
I   1909.     (1)  Give,land  to  be    Irrigated���about    twelve .island,  the largest  island  in   the  In
BACK AUTONOMY
F0K THE EGYPTIANS
|. names and addresses of any  rl-  (12)  acres.
p iv] ,,., or licenses who or      (1.) if the water Is to be used  tor
ii ,., iy to be affected   power or mining    purposes    describe
irks, either above'the place where the water is to be re-
B.  F.  DlckinB,  turned to some natural chann.1, and
t,,'.. . the   difference   In     altitude     between
i Memorandum  ot  points of diversion an.)  point of re-
Lclatlo.  of  the  Company    which  turn.    The   water   is  to   be   returned
t v.pp.d   application   about   two hundred   (200)   feet   below
Ie aa follows: in same channel and about sixty (CO)
i.jl   j; v   for    which    tne  feet lower.
L     ' -bed and to which,    j.) Thearea ol Crown  lend  mtend-
Ej���t9 '.;���     i iny   are    restricted  ed to be occupied  by    the    proposed
TLtj ��� of water and water works is none.
Ler rds of unrecorded  wa-      (k.) This notlc- was lasted on the
tor by '      purchase of water re- 14th day of August, 1909, and  appli-
-;/.-., rlvilegea for (a) Con- cation  will   be  made    to    the    Oom-
;- o   rating  and   maintaining  mlssloner  on   the   15th  day   of     Sep-
bctricw,������:,.-   power houses, gener-1.ember, 1009. at 2.30 o'clock.
Bug plant and such other appliances j     (1.) The names and    addr.-.-ses    of
cjiivn; !ip"s   as    are  necessary  anv    riparian proprietors or licensees
ii) proper '      he _-nerating of elec-; ��-ho or whose lands are likely to be
jricity. power, or any other affected   by   the    proposed     works.
7 , ed   power,    and    for either above or below the outlet are
humming '      same to be u<_d by't._e Crown, H. 13.    Scott.   Vancouver,
|_e C ���::.   "    or  by  persons or com-, and E. PaMiman, Vancouver.
tli an group. Dated June Cth, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing  60  acres  more  or  less.
BERGETA ANu_RSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
of    Labor     Party   Advises
Them  to  Use  Whatever   Means
They   Can,
ills contracting  with the company, HORACE  WILLIAMSON,
Jjertfor  1        motive power  for  the ���     442    Westminster    avenue.   \ aneou-
���tntine of nn 'vs.     machinery   or'ver, B. C.
pr. : ,,r other works or to
up.  .  by  the  company   to  con-
ton for !..at|ng or as a    motive
. wrfo: | ppelllng tramways, or for
lrfri-2 ' I ng, lifting, pumping,
(tiling, ci     lng,    smelting,  ilrilling
' milling or   for  any  other opera-
LAND   ACTS.
District  of  Coast   Range One. 	
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, ot  more 0r less.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that    Frank Jacobson,
iof Vancouver,  B.  C., occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to  purchase   the  following  described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay on north shore of Bend
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing .0 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that Adolph  O.  John-
!&on, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends  to  apply  for  permis-
;scribed lands:
sion   to  purchase    Mie    following de-
Commencing  at  a post  planted  on
She north shore of Crib i3iand.    Dated
June   6th,    1909.      Applying    for  the
whole island,    containing    90    acres
Geneva- Sept. 22.���A congress of
the Young Egypt party, the aim of
which is autonomy, ;_ in session here.
The aiiembers are very outspoken
against British rule in Egypt, and are
receiving the support of a few members of the British House Of Commons who are present, and make
speeches in full Sympathy with the
object of tlie congress.    Among them
which  was situated p>n
         jVcriia"    at
cona, on Laky Maggiore, wae started with a greai flourish of trumpets,
and gained great notoriety from the
I'ppi'i thai one of its earliest members
was Mile. Adamovltch, tlie Austrian
actress, who married, and afterwards!
divorced, He- ex-Arch,ink,. Leopold,
Mosi of these Ideas appeal io women and the colony was no exception.
Many ladies of title joined, and for a
time revelled In the novelty of walking aboul in a kind of loose white
ai k, their hair down and feel bare,
and living on wild fruits and vege
tables. Many sol,i their Jewels and
gave the results to a comman fund for
the advancemenl of the colony.
oi course, there were many male
members, but they were nol nearlj
so numerous as the females, They
wore flowing robes, pn.nl one of tii ir
rules forbade than to cm the r hair.
So thai In a short time tip'';'' presented a curious spectacle.
lIE'iiF
��  _. '*__ S ��__- i�� 'U  If)
trouble with Sunlight Soap.
Just follow the directions on the
wrapper and Sunlight does the
".  rest.  Costs litt.Ie_-does much
i  never iiijnres Iiands or clothes.
PATS SON ON HEAD
AND THEN SUICIDES
Iiiloxi. Mlss,. Sept. 22.���Tw,, hundred boats '.invp' heen il roken up and
cast ou the beach. The Bine yacht
of Frank Howard, a New Orleans mil-
llonalre, was carried away.
'i'h.. fishing smack Cincinnati broke
through barbed wire fences near the
beach and landed lii'-'h and dry u the
city.
The governmenl mail boat Hermes
is ashore In front of the Magnolia
hotel. The oyster canning factories
here Buffered a loss of $6000. Five
shipwrecked crewg were brought into
Biloxl lasi night. Many schooners
are high and dry along the beach In
tliis vicinity.
Mail Service
Minneapolis     Policeman     Takes    His
Lfe After Farewell Words With
Ten-Year-Old Son.
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given In
each case being the hour ot closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despar.cn-
ed and received dally except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. R. east mails, not including
,9 pat-! f'e   way   mails,     Sapperton,     Fraser
Minneapolis,   Minn., Sept.   ...   -���,���.���        ._,���.,_
rolman John L. Ferm, for eight years  Mills and Coquitlam.
a member of the Minneapolis  police ���
department   ended his   life yesterday Mai's Despatched.
by using upen himself the same wea-      c:��0 a.m.  (closed at eleven o'clock
_______________      _____ .    , i put provided him to maintain the law. | the   previous  night)���Vancouver    via
is James Keir Hardte, who promised L^ d fa      ^    1>m      ,      to make  q. n. r. 0wl.
._     ....      v.{_     ^.a*.���a.     !_      n...,,nMn��. _���   I ���__^ ^^^^������
to use  his efforts in Parliament    on
behalf of Egyptian autonomy.
Mr. George Barnes, chairman ol
the Labor party in the Hous. of
Commons, said tlie Laborites hoped
the Egyptians would speedily realize
their aims. He advised them to use
whatever means they could to obtain
the  policy that suited  them.
it short," were the policemans last
words. They were addressed Ui h s
ten-year-old .��, Edmund, who had
followed his father to the rear room
on the second floor of tlie house. He
patted the little Uiy on the head and
then walked into a small closet, closing the door tightly and one shot followed. He was dead when found by
his wife a few moments later. Despondency was the cause of the deed.
Vancouver, 11. C, occupation, jeweler
^^^^^^^^^ intends  to apply    for    permission to
o which it may be adapted or        cl)ase    the    following      described
.    _ 11-aJ     *         a-     .   ..��        *
ands:
Commencing at a post planted in a
-.     - -    - mall hay on north shore of Berry Is-
or required,    (g) *or land   dated  June  4th.  1909.      Apply-
���ection wltl
Vhlch elect:
suppllr. for or In con
any other purposes for
���.     or    electric    power
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per  S.   H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Mr
���	
ver.
A.  Blaii
B.
Russell Hotel
.).  McBain  .Peterhoro, Ont.
Townley and wife, Vancou-
. Vancouver.
OLD AGE  PENSIONS
BRING  ABOUT  ROMANCE
London, Sept. 22.-
are responsible for
romance.     The   bell?  of
_ a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. It. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mail for Abb6a.si.ord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way ot Vancouver.
ii a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and soutn-,
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz-
eliuere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
zelinere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
pensions | the  Port Guichon  train on  Tuesdays
11.
���rend ���___  water   and   water    power
|> ���   application and dls-
rfbmion I ���. erecting dams, increasmg
bead it water in    any    existing
|tY of wati     or extending the area
I0'-:, diverting  the waters of any
I Item, ��� 'like Into  any  Other
ehaDi. 1 ... Y laying or   .rect-
luf 'iny Iln,   , r  flume, pipe  or wire
pwutructlng any  raceways,  reservoir
New Westminster   Land   District,  District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase  the  following  described  lands: j
  Commencing at  a  post   planted  at
m-f-; .  ~.  rw, ,  n���_      n - 'Northeast  corner of lot  1469,   thence
District of  Coast  Range One. ^ 2Q   hai      thence       , 4Q chai
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of   h h to h follow.
\ntv<vv,,v    B.    C. occupation   lady, j,        he ���        tQ      -m    , ^
W
Ii. T
Robt.
D.   J.
ng  for the  whole  island,  containing
100 acres more or less
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
Morrison, Vancouver.
Johnston,   Vancouver.
N.   McLean, Toronto.
Stewart, Vancouver.
Mlchelmore, Vancouver.
Woli'enden, Victoria.
Sanderstu,  Vancouver,
li.   Holgate, Toronto.
Hutchinson, Calgary.
Stockton, Toronto.
Goodland, Chilliwack.
J.
A.
W.
P.
T.
village church at Keevii in Wiltshire
will ring next week for the wedding
of two old age pensioners who were
lovers fifty years ago and met again
only   after each  had  married  twice.
It was in the village post-otlice that j
they met once more, when the Old '
Age  Pensions Act came into    Ibrce. i
Old age .	
a   pretty  country j Thursdays  and   Saturdays.
the    little I    ll :U0 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:20 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Timberland and Soutli Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:20 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, Iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ciose at
mm w,7U wh��rttM_T or H, endsjo applyjo^permission tojmr- [JSS^wnt
Windsor   Hotel.
Richard Seherer, L.uiden, Wash.
ftter .rectlon or work which i_ny be chase the following descried  lands
t��)'.>lre_ in  connection   with   the  lm- Comm��nc'n��   a*  aJK__5^Utod   _
P_vem,r, :   | use 0, the 8ald water the north shore of Klaol sis island   a
\m wate- power or by altering, re- -mall  island _south of Tun.  r Miana
���"��ing. extending, Improving,  repair- Dated  June M\ "09.    A^^ '
Nor maintaining  any such  works, the whole Island,    40 acres more or
&Vp.   P^VEH   CO'Y     LTD. ���"���                  t>ORA  ANDKKSDN
(Slgnatnre)   y   H   w   Hope     A. E. Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Beck, Directors. Dated June 6th. ISM.
J. V Armvrong. Secretary.
.      P. 0   Address. Vancouver, BO.
[Sea; of ������.,   Vancouver Power Co'f.,
Ltd]
WILFRID DOUGALL.
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Taki notice thai an application has
M-n made to register Annie Ryder
M owner in fee simple   under a tax
7 ��� Bldlte'
Annie i.
y A. Fletcher to
bearing date the 13th
-���j ui uctobi :. A. D.. 1906, of all and
Etnsuh.r ��� , certain parcel or tract
, .'an| ' Y remises situate, lying
Ka      ' the    district of    New
,,.,"'" "��� the Province ot Brlt-
,bn Columbia, more particularly
""*" and described as Lot 215.
f!��7 '��� Lots 8. 9. 16 and 17, Block
7,7' ; ' 9, 16 and 17. Block 6;
, 7 I [: v' and 20. Block 9; Lots
" .���' (�� and IT. Block 10; Lots 1, 8.
_�� J" 17 Block 12; Lots 4, 5. 12,
" a��Ll 20, Block 12; Lot. 1, 8. 9, 16
r.'    '" '-  H: laots 1, 8, 9, 16 and
Re part fl acre) of southeast Quarter of section 12. township 2. N*w
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of cer 1-
 flcate of title number 1757a. issued In j
 ' |the nam. of William Oleson, has been ,
District of Ooast  Range One. j filed in this efflce.
T_u<��  notice  that  John    Olses,  of      Notice is hereby gwen ������"��<���>
vlciuw   B   C . iecupatlon. farmer. Lt the explratl.n of one mogh fro���
SS_S to   apply   for Vmlss.on   toj,he date of the first publication here-1
Penn, Pitt Lake.
Smith, Pitt Lake.
C.   Thomas,  Toronto.
E.   Jone^.  Bellingham.
,   McDonald.  Nicomen.
Max Ihle. Stave Lake.
E.   Hagell, Port Kells.
Geo.  Parker,  Seattle.
J.   Dyer.  Lake  Buntzen.
Marshall, Port Kells.
,   Watson,  Vancouver.
Beasley, Vancouver.
L. Tucker, Seattle.
W. J. Smith, Seattle.
A.   Morgan, Port Moody.
W
H.
J.
A.
W
T.
W
J.
R.
\h7noll^inY"~"a����'t>^
Lot!   1
Lots 4, 5, and 20, Block
Lot . "_.' ' ''' 16 and 17. Bloc* is;
y. B'<** 21; all subdivisions of
YlIT���lA  ..Lots 10, 11, 12, 12.
H   niel    I"       ,   .'     ' 1-"JIB   ll},   lt,   li,    1.5.
anil.   Block "K" subdivision of
SlafA^P^mtB 24, 2S, 26  27.
''?u^oB1^\V^VV;4"v��'
Block i t ' ' 14' lr) 18. I9 and 20,
9 16, i 771,r nlock 5: Lots 1,8.
lriln; ;7'7!ockl5;  Lots 4, 5,12.
W3 ir"'' ""��k ��..��*��H*on ot Lot
227:,;-'mmv'7,mook 4'0f Lot
y,,. ��� '-'.p 1(4.
under ' ' ' ," cMm^ through or
any in. . '   :i"  persons  claiming
t"e of  A th" sflifl  lan(1  by vlr-
Una. ��!���������_���������_���
purchase
lands:  ^________________________________________________,        .  1n
Commencing  at  a  post  planted  in d..K...��a^ - ���--- ���blection   be
bav at northwest    come,  of    Davies ,n   the  mean ime ti   objection
.land      Dated   June   6th.  1903.    Ap-  made to me in writing
plying  for  the whole Island, containing 200 acres more or less
r_ "ruvTfVw Westminster, Issue a  HARVEST   HOME   FESTIVAL
_5S0O_*_ s!id -r.lfioateun.ess | AT SEATTLE  EHX.BIT.ON
The old man could not slgm his pen-12:30 except Satiuday)���Ladner, fort
sion order and a venerable dame who Guichon, Westham Island and Bun-
happened to be in the office came to j bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
his assistance. His name wag fam-1Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
iliar to her. and when next pension j"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mall des-
day came around the two old folks patched and received via Vancouver.)
compared notes and discovered that I 2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
they had been sweethearts half a een- j Siding, via G. N. R. north,
tury before. Each had married twice | 3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlromekl, and
since then and now they are going 'Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
to be married a third time���to each J.Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne-
other.
OFFERS RIGHT TO VOTE
FOR PRIME BEEFSTAKE
JOHN OLSB.N,
per S.  H. FORD, Agent-
Dated June 6th,  1909.
Seattle, Sept. 22.���As a prelude to I and he lg prepared to barter his right
the live stock and poultry show Thurs- t0 vote for thP rest of his natural life
day will see a unique spectacle at the  i{ jjw can fet the food he wants now.
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 22.���Dissatisfied with the food furnished inside
Riverside penitentiary, James Frew,
'ormerly a ward policeman who was
sentenced for horse stealing, has written a circular letter to several polit- eer Mills.
iclans offering to attach himself to lowing local places
their cause on his release providing Port Moody. Pitt. Meadows Port Ham-
they serve hlm with the food he mond, Port Haney. Mission, Chill-
craves while he remains in the pri- wack, Harrison Hot Springs Agasslz,
son Frew craves the best steaks and Lytton. Ullooet. Spences Bridge, Nle-
.rutt each dav     These he.must have, !ola  and   district,  and all   noints east
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mail Is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, Including all U.
S. points east and south, via G. N. K-
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Fra-
Thls mail takes the foi-
Barnet   and
^^^^^^      C. S. KEITH.
nd   Registry   Offlee!" N-'W  Wps'" A.Y.-P.   exposition   grounds     It  WUl |He"wara_" ill   not   to  delay  lf  they
nineter, B. C August 2. 1909.
except Kootenays.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for Permlss'����
to   purchase   the  following  described
* Commencing  at  a post planted  on
the southeast shore in a small bay on
Compton    Island.      Dated   June   4th.
1909.     Applying for the whole island.
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON.
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
an
all
mr gistered
? the ��.?._���-_ "."tai any
Instrument.
ip s-,11  ,    ���-'���"_ any inierest
'tnd  by descent,   whose
vision, .       '   ' tered under the pro-
ar. �����,.,. \n"    Land Registry  Act"
tl
the
from
t,
the fl
contest the cialm of
w-tliin  ten days
of ty ' 'he first publication
"id In default of
a cav-
Dlstrlct of Ooast Range O^.,,..
Take  notice   that   Jacob  ^"'I*r',
of Vancouver. B.  C. occ,1Patloner,X '
penter,  Intends   to  apply    or  permia-
���don to    purchase    the following described lands: ,���-.���,  on
Commencing at a post P��"*����"
the southwest shore of Houndl��Mjj
Dated. June 4th. 1909. MWW����5
the whole lsiand, containing 80 ac
more or less. ������.���,.>,
JACOB  JACOBSON,
Per  S.   H.   FORD   Agent
Dated June 4th   1909
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
mark the opening of the three days' ;w^nt his vote for life
Harvest Home Festival, and will con-1	
sist of a parade of exhibitors in which ' Dead in Boat's Paddle Box.
each exhibitor must carry hi. prize; N.ew York, Sept. 22.~\Ylt/i hands
beet, turnip or carrot or whatnot on botaid So that he would have no
a stick in the procession More than chance to change his decision toward
1,000 of these entries have been made takig his own life by drowning, the
and the rivalry Is keen as several bodv of willlam Lauer, 60 years' old,
.thousand dollars have been appropriat- was" found ln the paddle wheel box
ed for prizes. !of the steamer Orient In the Passaic ,
Following the agricultural    display riverj Newark    jn his  pocket  was a
ther will  be a gigantic barbecue, In note  which  read:
which seven huge steers and oxen will,    "Don't   blame   my   children.     They
be roasted in Immense spits before
the eyes of the spectators. These will
be served free with all the accessories
to all exposition visitors in the Shape
of sandwiches, etc. Closing various
other exercises of the day such as
country far sports ln the stadium will
are ihlameless.
International Tariff.
Ottawa Sept. 22.���The Express Traffic association of Canada ls applying
to the Railway Commission for ap-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ proval of the International tariffs. It
be an old fashioned hoe down dance I )R composed of all the express com-
in the Washington State building. Al-; pa_le�� operating In Canada. The mat-
reiuly decorators are at work trans-jter will come up on Thursday, al<>ng
forming the dignified state building I wit__ the further Investigation Into the
into a barn, crowded with hay and:raiiway tariffs on lumber. The Ca-
gniin, lighted up with monster pump-|nadlan Lumbermen's association asks
^^ " for a repeal of the existing rate.
Mineral w ater        m^ no one ^ fc_ admltted to t���e
A_._fprl   VV_��_,_��f,_- dance who is not dressed In overalls
t\Cl ttlCU   ������ alv"      or a calico or gingham dress.
' Sunday will close the festival when
n great camp-meeting at which Seattle's clergy and choirs and singing
societies will take part.   Noted evang-
Manufactured by
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW*
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth Stai%
Mails   Received.
6:45 am.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points, via G. N. K-
"Owl."
8:20 a.m��� Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 am.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, fort
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Wood-
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first Ualn)
Bapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
9:40  p.m.���Second   Mall   east,   and
losed mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
ncludlng U.  S.  A.  matter,  and  also
Fraser Mills.
Coolness   Save* $15,000.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 22���Six armed
men attacked  the cashier of the Imperial race track in the suburbs, while
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ he was driving to St. Petersburg wit.i
lelists will  make short talk,  and  for^iB.ooO, the day_ receipts. They fired
the first time in the history of nation-  a dozen shots, and wounded a traca
_U   expositions    the  religious  s>de  of iemployee but the cashier cooly turned
' .fe will be given its place on the pro-! and   drove  back  with  the  money  in
ram | safety to the race track.
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A   TRUMPET   CALL   FOR   BARGAIN
SEEKERS.
We are offering to
those who are looking for a ''genuine''
bargain Glass Water Jugs, any one
of which you find
in our crockery
window,   for  only
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We trust   you win
find   it   convenient
to    rigidly    inspect
i  ir line of heating
efore  you
feel posit ..   we can please
i in ] nee.  qnal-
nd style.
��� Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
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that Complexion
You   lest   while   holidaying   use
Huir's Wiicliazel Cream
We also hav�� all   kinds of com-
p'exion   creams   and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
E:lard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
w7hich is a very
soft touch on the
contents of your
purse. It is a thing
you always need,
and as big prices
are on a vacation.Westminster
nn       ,i MODERN
we can offer these business
f   . A 1        f      SCHOOL
at    a    reClUCeCl    rate,   with a knowledge of the latest meth- I    vidal & Bacchus. Customs Brokers.
ods,   this  school   is   prepared  to  lead (Market   Stairs.      Pbone   475.      212-6
  ithe students placed in Its care by the
~ shortest  road through the most thor-,    or   j, D.  Gamble,   optician,   is at
; course to a desirable goal. 8YS-J625 Columbia street. Room  13   every
CALL   AND   SEE   OUR   BIG   STORE   TEM   lt_   watchword;   PROGRESS  Its  Friday 220-2
FILLED WITH LITTLE PRICES.      goal, and HONOR, lts trade mark.       ,
|    Both  day  and  evening classes are!    close to the new Vancouver cutoff
��� being conducted.     Call or write. |carline,  on   '.nth    avenue,  w..  bave
several choice lots that we can sell
for $25 down, balance $10 monthly.
Price $275. White. Shiles k Co.,
628   Columbia   street,   city I
Everything for the gar_r_ a-, nays
.bone IM. "
Ano-.her large consignment ol I
P.  Burns  ft  Co.       22 i tl
Vidal   _  Bacchus,  Storage   _
:' 475. 212 ���
The  funeral of    Iia    Purr        wil
���: v   t.   -he Catholic cemetery,
today.     The .   . n
at Palouse, Wash.
B. C. E. K. city and Sa: pert n
.   one extra  trip  for  I
modation  of    thi    New   Wes
ster ; ��� ��� itl nding the horse -"    ' "
::...��� r: park, L i island Tbe
last Sapperton car wil]  I the  of
fice at 11:30 p.m.. and I ��� tr
11:20 p_m,
New i-i on cottage, modern, o.i
Durham street, near Fourt.i. Prion
$2        cash,    balance  $15
��� 'ii. White. Shiles <_ Co., 62.
Columbia street, cry. **
An adjourned meeting of the board
ol trade will be held tnis evening. A
large amount of business will come
up for attention.
Bargain days at P. Burns & Co.
Friday and  Saturday. 220 tl
Bob Stevenson's whole stock of
boots amd shoes to be sold off in
thirty days. 219-
Sevent-- applicants to lie ;':ppf^l on
the f i vie register as household voters
have registered at the city hall. The
last dav for making claims i-i October 31.
The  steamer  Transfer   wil]  hereafter   leave   the   Brackman-Ker    wharf |
for Ladner, Westham island and way
points, at _ o'clock in the aften
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning,
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra return
trip arriving in the city in the even-
in-. Trips will be made to Steveston as  the  business  warrants. �����
For first-class cut flowers and any
kin I of Floral work, telephone Davie-'
Greenhouse, R208. ������
David Murchie has returned from a
vi.'t    to    Edmonton     and    Calgary
From  Alberta he went south through
the    Crow-    Xest    Pass    to    Seattle. ,
where he visited the A Y. P. exhlbi--
tion.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES 610^0'u^'^'trcet
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 47..
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re 14-100 acres of portion of ^'-':-
tlon 21, block 5, north range 6, west
New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 6657F issued in
the name of Island IaOdge No, 24, I. 0.
O. F.. has been filed ln this offlc .
Notice is hereby glvn that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the  city   of  New  Westminster,  issue
a   duplicate   of    he   sail   certificate,
unless   in   the   meantime  valid   objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles,
Land  Registry Offlce,  Xew  Westminster. Ii. C, September 9, 1009-
TENDERS WANTED.
The city clerk gives notice that the
contractor for house numbering will
plac- the numbers on any new houses
or tiiose overlooked, upon application
! being  made  to his  office  at th,.  p.r   '
h_ul.
Wanted,    apprentice  to  thoroughly
p learn printing end of newspaper busi
ness.     Apply in own handwriting C.
A. C. P. O.  Drawer 29, City.
Vidal & Bacchus, Customs Brokers
and warehousemen, have moved Into
their n.-w and commodious quartern
in the Thomson building. Market
Square, 'phone 47.. 212-6
There will   be    a    meeting of    the J!
chairmen   of committees  of  the  city
directors and the board of control of
the   K.   A.   and   I.   Society   this   after-j
noon to discuss attractions at the pro-  \
TRADE
Tenders will be received by tbe l|n-
dergigned    up   to    .Monday,   the  27th
Inst, at ���", p.m. to supply the corpora-
aion with oats, hay, and bran for the
Owner will trad; for good farm land   ensuing   .ear.
Improved or otherwise, a 9 room house       The lowest  or anv  tender not  nec-
��n corner lot 86x122, on Royal avenue,   eSSarlly  accepted.
New    Westminster       Splendid   view.! w   A  DUNCAN,
Monthly rental $2S.    Setd fu'lest par City Clerk,
tkuiars of property to room 3, inns ;    cil    :;   I   New Westminster   Sept.
OF COURT BLOCK, VANCOUVER.       21    1909
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* " * ^E IN SOUTH BEND T
p vinci.a exhibition.
i
Security���That is the factor in a
safety deposit vault. Ours are absolutely perfect in this regard. You
may go away and leave your valuable
papers in these vaults with the feeling o* perfect security. No injury
can <o_ie from fire, from floods, from
burglar or any other cause. Isn't
it worth something to you to have
that f.-cling of perfect security? lio-
mlnion Trust Co., Lid., T. R. Pearson, manager New Westminster
branch,
J Just   Arrived,   a
:
Full
Line   of
Cheap.
HEATING STOVES.
II'!;.: W-   I,AMES & McCLUGHAN
,   .,_���.,.-�� i iS)i" ,      * '
w ,d_ ,p    '*,.,, ,,.,-w .,     . :
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J Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster t
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Buy orchard iands while ihey an
cheap and become Independent, We
are tha official agents of The Western
Home and Improv ment Co., Ltd, Lei
us tell you about their choice holdings
at Appleland. A new towns.te and
fruit district along the line of tiv
B. C. Electric Chilliwack iin,. and V.
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
This section excels in the production
of all fruits. Come at once whll-_ the
best lands are selling cheap and l<;t us
show you this secthm at our expense.
We can sell five, ten, fifteen ami
twenty acrG tracts ou easy terms. r
J.  Hart &  Co.,  Ltd. *���
Our New Styles in Women's
and Misses' W ear For Fall
Attract Many Shoppers.
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FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Columbia St.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
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!
I Snaps in Lots
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
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2  LOTS,  DOUBLE CORNER���5 MINUTES TO SIXTH  ST. CAR
LINE;   $225;   TERMS.
2    LOTS   ON    TWELFTH STREET   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
Program changed Monday, Weo-
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
t:30 p. m.
IF. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I
EVERY DAY FINDS 0 U R WOMEN'S WEAR SECTION CROWDED WITH SHOPPERS INSO
ING THE NEW FALL STYLES���THEIR WORDS OF PRAISE GIVE THE CORRECT ANSWER
THE  QUESTION.      "ARE     WE     AS   USUAL.   LEADERS   IN   WOMEN'S   ATTIRE?''
NOT   A   SEASON   CAN  WE    REMEMBER    WHEN    THE    STOCKS     WERE   MORE     COMPLETE
MORE   INTERESTING   THAN THEY ARE THIS  SEASON.
FROM THE FASHION ABLE COSTUMES, SHOWING THE 'MOYEN AGE" STYLE OF TAIL.
ORED BEAUTY. TO THE NEWEST STYLES IN COATS. THIS DISPLAY OF STYLISH GARMENTS   IS   COMPLETE.
EVERY MODEL WAS PERSONALLY SELECTED AND YOU WILL FIND OUR GARMENTS
HAVE  THE   BEST  OF THE   PRICE ARGUMENT,
EARLY SELECTION IS ALWAYS BEST-MOST SATISFACTORY IN EVERY WAY. COME IN
TODAY. STUDY THIS FALL DISPLAY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION. READ THESE ITEMS
BELOW AND GAIN AN IDEA  OF THE  PROMINENCE  OF THIS  DISPLAY.
NEW   IMPORTATION   OF
Dress   Materials
The season's most popular
weaves and colorln.s In
liritish, French, and German
Dre.-.    Fabric?,    have    just
been placi I Ii We
mention a few
lines;   ask   to
the Dress G I   a
All-Wool Bengalines
$1.00 Per yard
a hard finished, all wool
cor.i dress material i,_ a
weight adaptable f��r i"v~
ent day tendencies in dress;
4 I Inches in width in re-."I i.
wisteria, rose, taupe, cardinal, navy and black pi r
yard    $1.00
Satin Venefiiin. io
Sell Stripes 90c Yard
A   splendid    ni
these  popular Bu ',:.-���-. ffkb
or narrow stri]
navy,   green,   n grey,
taupe,   wlstei la, i
nai, black, etc. Per     rd 9Cc
MILLINERY
Our Millinery display is
on.,  of rare beauty.
Never before have more
strikingly novel and charming creations been evolved
than ar_ embodied in the
present showing of Millinery
Modes. The happiest conceptions -f America's and
Europe's i-remost producers
vi._ with one another for
admiration. while many
smart originals and adaptations from our own workroom command enthusiastic
interest.
Nearly every Hat today
shows a touch of metal. The
gold effects Include the entire scale of tints, from almost black t0 the glittering
yellow of newly-coined
metal.
Another feature of the
season is the favor shown
black-andV white combina
tions. While this t.ndency
was noticeable in the late
summer millinery it promises to reach its height during the fall and winter season. The favorite combination is the black shape with
trimming executed entirely
in white.
HAND BAGS
Exceptionally      interesting
values in  Hand Bags.
Most attractive selection
made for some time. Included are a large number of
'bags of Canadian manufacture ln Ihe new shape-; wit 1
German silver frame in gilt-
gray or gunmeial finish,
some wiih leather lining
and Inside coin purs... the
leathers are neat, goat seal,
goat walrus, and genuine
morocco. Also comprised In
the selection are a number
of high grade Imported hags.
PrlceH    $1.25   t0  $5.95
CORSETS
The Corset problem solved
for women of stout and medium  figure.
The new Corset models
meet every requirement and
that's the l.nd we handle.
Form fitting, not form pinching or squeezing; they represent perfect corset comfort. This ls especially important thi. season.
Every woman knows that
the secret of good dressing,
the secret of good health���
Is largely solved by the corset. Our prices prevent no
woman from obtaining corsets to suit. Prices from,
pair 75c to $6.50
AUTUMN SUITS Ai
COSTUMES
All  new   and    evi
na!   beauty.   Waists   Skirts
and   Wraps, too   ol   unsurpassed Btyle and charm exhibited.
.Misses' or small women's
3-plece suits In 1
and    brown;     wa   I
Jumper style wlt_ i eat P'P-
in.s   of     otto;
flare Bklrl    and
coat  with silk " ' I ,pv'
es    Price  ���  ���B23-60
A    wide    assi I   ":
misses suits In I    ���
��� ���s and plain clotl
the  pew    diagonal  w
smait,    Dlft.     style :  - ::
plain tailored ' ' ':i'7
nicely     trimmed   with   -_"
liraiding. Price $'6.75 to $"
Women's   Suits   In   PlaJ��
Venetian   cloth;    colors ar��
brown,   navy,    black,   ";'
deaux, satin    lii'"1'     trt.' ,,
3.   to  45   Inches   km_.Jg��
flare   skirts   trimmed  *��"
strappings  some In    ���".
Age"   style,   so,..-   '     '
coats   in    the   newBM
Brown    design    ��'Wl ��">��
strapping    over   tW       .
price  *2975 t0 *
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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