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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
LIFE:
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & * ">.
260 Columbia St,    Phone t
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IK, 19 09.
PLAN CRUSADE
Hev. Dr. Spencer Addresses
Meeting in Queens Avenue
Methodist Church.
REMEMBER CASES WHERE
COUPLINGS DISCONNECTED
TWELVE  i   -^'S.
ARCHITECTS SUBMIT
PLANS FOR HOSPITAL
Several Witnesses Will Give Evidence
on Debated Point at Resumption
of Inquest into Accident.
��� ],. Spencer addressed a
,,i  lavnr of  local  Option
Ti..' b.-'i
.. .,  room  ol'   .be  Queen's
tpnue Methodisi church last  night.
|AV(: toid the in. H!,^  that  lie  had
,     ,.,;,.    returned    from a trip
1   .���,..|, tin   interior of tlie province.
"��, in Kamloops,    Nelson, Ver-
'      nevelstoke and oilier places tlie
����"���       of the   campaign  for local
ption was vary saUsfactory, through-
L ^e Okanagan arrangements had
,������,,. to have local opi ion Speak-
address the various meetings of
candidates.
in
all these
ers
I tl,,. political Ce
lhl,, ihey had distributed quantities
|of' literature Bhowing the results of
llocal option In other places in Canada
land the United States, and he
Iras delighted with the progress
Isljoivn and lhe Interest maintained.
Victoria  Rum-ridden.
In the course of his remarks lie described Kamloops as a drink-ridden
[town, and Victoria as a rum-ridden
Ipity. ii li.nl been Impossible to car-
la,'-: organized campaign Into the
northern pari of the province and as
|a consequence Utile was being done
lln I'ui't Essington, Prince Rupert, and
I,., er but in the spring ii was
I . to cai iy  the  light   into
j.. ��� coasl towns, and into Cariboo,
|i. Atlin,
Hr Spi ncer pointed out that it the
llocal option people failed to carrj
ji ; : osi il measure on tho 25th of
Ithe montl II would be a greal set-
���back to tl ���-'��� ole movement, In his
le q iestion  of   local  option
I: : ei. ei in importance all politi-
I    1 Ild   which  ever  party   gol
In, If tin plebiscite secured a major-
Ity, elected party were bound to
pul i leasui e   granting    local
lhal thirty of the candi-
Mates I ihe i oming eli ction wei i I i
I: . Iple of local option.
Ii lng   Of   t ���   Local   < ip-
Ition law, the speaker said thai they
n iendments    made to
It. lng    license commis
si ��� He wanted thi sa men elect-
]��� :  ople   and he wanted a
I admitting appeal from
pielrdecl  on   to the county Judgi.
Wants Scrutineers,
d thi  audience to insist on
I      I    scrutineers    at    the coming
Itlectifin ta see that    everything was
| With   tail Ilea.-,.
;   announced  in conclu-
linued on Page Nine.)
SECUTION FAILS
IN THEFT CASE
pan   Accused    of    Stealing    Tweniy
five Cords of Shingle Bolts Goes
Free.
John Acorn, charged    with  having
- cdrds of shingle bolts
10:11 :l ' m at Port Moody, and with
; sold these    bolts to another
p1.1"' yesterday came  before  Captain
r'uendrlgli j��� the district  court  and
| *M dismissed.
a nce was heard at a receni
I' ] l:' n adjourned bv request
���    ""'  aecutlon    In  order  that   a
"M;,w|o ll   was all,-gai assisted  In
Y,     L could lu' brought from the
'��   the     meanlime     Ibe   ac-
1 ,,. , , "I   W.   G.   McQuarrie   to
��     \\h,n the case was re-
i-osecution through  Pro-
table   Wilkle,  slated   thai
'"" bei; sail,i,. iu the ti"��v
'  ����  other man.     He asked
,,'" committal on the grounds thai
'.'"'^"oi    had  mad.     statements
a'",1; s!",vo,l that lie had committed
, ;1'; McQuarrie argued that there
w' ' "on,., to show thai the prison-
,,!''" st��len the bolts, and thai the
work %E en a" looked like 8plte
l,(Vl'     ''"'   prosecution    would nol
th�� " , ''"' an udjournineni bad
enoiirt "w" that there was not
I"'"'"i��'iaa to make oul a case.
the ',... ' [""lln' should have taken
01 ,s" "ito llu. oivi] court, instead
such .    -''   ''"'lihal   proceedings,   for
taken th'��.n',fV? "' the a0CUBed had
T|1P      h."lls "'l"" the boom.
iglstrate dismissed the case
ml,""' M'"""11  that
i1"""1   that   the
hrrn0nu8hou1   the
Propertj 0f
x,r- Muller
the
there   had   been
bolts mentioned
evidence    were the
owner  of the  boom,
....
*oeee*>*y*>*y*ye*>eee
.     RaHy to the Flag.
(1   ���:';'>��� Liberal should do his
N ""1 call at the committee
l���    s '" '''nder all assistance
"�� Power toward the aboli-
I'lvi.,. ',  ��� ,,olls on    the Fraser
asaumn.i se' antl against the
woK00   by    thP    120'000
bi;i
men in British Colum-
������������
*������������������������������������������
When the Inquest in connection
with the Lakevlew wreck Is reopened
on Monday, ii is expected that a quan.
tiiy of evidence, will be given reagrd
ing the liability of couplings to break,
even under apparently perfect conditions.
Two witnesses at least will testify
io this effect, um- of thi se .s a railwayman of some twenty-five :���' ���
standing and now n tired, who remembers a number of such cases bavlng been reported ti) bin, during his
career. The other witnes is Rev.
A. deB. Owen of this city. Mr. Owen
bus two SUCh experiences to relate.
Once lhe car couplings parted when
the train was on the movi and with
such force that a passengi r's arm
was driven through the window. The
other case occurred when Mr. and
.Mrs. Owen were coming through the
mountains to the coast.
In both cases the couplings were
examined and apparently there was
no defect: tbey were recoupled and
remained so for the res. of the journey.
PATE Of LORDS
HANGS IN BALANCE
Hereditary Legislators May
Have Sealed Doom in Rejecting Budget.
London, Nov. IT.���Following Lord
Lansdowne's announcement of a motion to rejeel the budget, of which hi
ivi formal notice In the Hous.. of
Lords, a whirlwind campaign, unequalled in the history of Kngland.
began today. Even Conservative
supporters of the Lords admit thai
there is grave danger of the abolish-
mi it of the House of Lords as the
;. .- all .a. Lansdow tie's action. The
Liberals are furiously denouncing the
Lords and charge them with trying
in usurp the powers of the Commons.
Thia, the Liberals poinl out, would be
unconstitutional  and  revolutiona�� y.
Many Unionists and Conservatives
say thai the action of the Lords is at
leasl unwise and contend that it places ihem in a position of championing
the cause of the land and liquoi interests. This, they say. will insure
a victory for the Liberals at the polls.
The n jectlon of the budget, it is
said, will resull In the government
being plunged into a s'ate of financial
chaos.
Willi the collection of all revenue
held up, it is pointed out that a loan
of 1600,000,000 necessarily will have
io be negotiated. It is certian that
the Liberals will never compromise
by allowing the collection of a temporary revenue.
JOHN OLIVER WANTS
TO MEET THE PREMIER
Challenges   Mr.   McBride  to Open   Debate   In  Victoria���No Answer
As  Yet.
Victoria. Nov. 17.���On the Stli last
Mr. Oliver addressed the following
letter to the Premier:
"Victoria, B. C, Nov. 8,1909.
"My Hear Sir���1 should like to arrange a joint meeting with you here
al an early date to discuss the issues
of   the   campaign.
������1 find a very general desire ror
such meeting, and quite .agree thai
the electors are entitled to ask it.
'���I shall be glad to leave the matter
of date to yourself, but would ask you
to advise me quickly sn lhat my own
engagements maj be rearranged accordingly.
"Awaiting  your early  reply,  I  am,
yours very truly,
"JOHN  OLIVER.
"To  Hon.  Richard  McBride, Victoria,
��� B   C "
No reply has as yel been received
from Hon. Mr. McBride, who is on
tour in the Interior, und may possiDiy
not yet have had time to answer tne
letter. ,    .,,,���
lt having been announced this
morning that Hon. Mr. McBride WW
to speak in Victoria on Tuesday nen
Mr. Oliver was communicated With today und asked lf he could be in Victoria on thut date. ���_-,���.,_
Mr. Oliver replied that he wou d
come to Victoria next ���*gjg*
would be pleased to meet the """��
for a discussion of the ssues on tha
day If agreeable to Hon. Mr. Mc
Bride.
S. Fader left last night tor Seattle
to transact, business for his brother,
E. J. Fader.
Board Will Make Decision
on December 1 ��� More
Room Needed.
Al the regular monthly meeting of
the board ol managers of the Royal
Columbia hospital, held in tli- board
of Hade rooms yesierday, tentative
plans for the new hospital were presented by Architects Gardiner and
Salt, but th ��� decision on theni was
lefl over tin December 1. when the
building committee will meet at the
hospital for that purpose.
Many  Patients.
A communication was read from J-
���I. Cambridgi . clerk of the peace, enclosing the presentment of the grand
jury setting forth the urgent need of
a new buildiug.
The reporl of the lad; superintendent shows a considerable increase in
the number of patients treated, and
only reports one death. The repoit
is as follows:
Number   of   patients   in   hospital
October   1st     50
Discharged      81
Hied       1
Admitted   during  October     96
Remaining October Hist      (ii)
.Number of  patients  treated during  October 14H
Number of hospital days 1983
Number of maternity cases treated  in cottage  .   . .    23
Received    from    paying    patients
 $1007.80
Number of    patients    ln hospital
today   (November  IT)     64
(Signed)       MARY MARTIN,
Lady Supt.
A vote of thanks was passei to
Geo. D. Brymner for a donation of
$500.00 and to the Presbyterian
churches at Langley Prairie and Port
Langley for a donation of $15.60,
Visiting   Committee.
The visiting committee composed
of Mrs. Hill and Marshall Sinclair reported that they bud paid frequent
visits to tli" hospital dining the
month and had found all satisfactory.
Mrs. Hill, and Messrs. I. J. Jones and
11. l). Kirk were appointed to constitute the visiting committee for the
coming month.
The secretary was authorized to
look after the purchase of vegetables
for the winter.
Thus present were Jas. Cunning-
bam, in the chaii'. and .Mrs. Pearce
Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Broad, Mrs. Hill,
and Messrs. M. Sinclair, J. J. Jones,
.las. Johnston, li. D. Kirk and W. H.
Keary.
Found  the $10.
Yesterday, as a woman was getting
on a Cily car at tho depot, sa t
dropped Inr purse, which was picked
up and banded to ber by a man
standing nearby. Tiie cat had only
gone aboul hall a block when sin
discovered thai tin- contents m' the
purse were missing. lluiiing bad;
Io Ilie slatting place, she, found tha
man who had picked, up the purse,
and Started iu with him tu look for
the missing articles. She claimed
that there was a $10 bill to the bad,
and things were beginning to look
rather unpleasant for the kind gentleman who bad handed her the
purse, when with a cry of joy she
tripped over her own $10 and all was
I'm given. "Oh! I'm so thankful,
she murmured, as siie ambled over to
the waiting-ioom to wait for the next
car.
STRATHCONA SINKS
IN NlCOffl SLOUGH
Struck Snag Which Tore Big
Hole in Her Bows-Much
Damage to Freight.
CONDENSED MILK PLANT
WILL BE RECONSTRUCTED
G.N.R. WILL Bi
The steamer Strathcona, owned by
Ironsides. Rannie �� Campbell of Vancouver, anl a; present, under leasa to
the Koyal Cily Navigation company
of this city, is lying in aboul ten feet
of water ai Nlcomen Slough, a short
distance above  Mission.
Snag Caused Accident.
Tlie vessel was sunk yesterday at
ahout 0 o'clock in the morning, while
on her way from Chiiliwack to this
city, ihe accident being caused by a
submerged snag. The vessel was
steaming at a good speed when she
struck tlie obstruction, which tore a
large hole in her null. The water
rushed in in torrents, an i Captain
Patterson had only just time to have
! lier run into shallow water when she
went down.
At the present time she is lying on
a bank of mud, on an even keel. The
water at the place where she is lying
Is about ten feet deep at high tide
and reaches just about to ber upper
deck. Ironsides. Rannie 12 Campbell
of Vancouver, the owners of the vessel, have been communicatde with,
and will probably start work either
today or tomorrow on the salving of
the vessel. No great difficulty is anticipated in getting ber afloat again.
11 ��� Strathcona, which left Chiiliwack at 7 o'clock on the morning of
of tl      ci   lent     ad on board a large
, number of passengers and also a
heavy  load of freight, c nslstlng of
.latin produce consigned i.i ihis cit;.
and Vancouver. There wns some little alarm among the passengers at
the time of the accident, hut nothing
in ilie nature of a panic, and all were
i safely taken ashore in the boats withoul     vi'ii so much as a wetting.
ii is feared tbat a large part of the
freight will be a total loss.
Another Vessel Building.
It is not yet known whether or not
tie \. ssi 1 v. ill lee tioati .1 -eenii enough
io make it worth the While for the
Royal City Navigation company to
e ii Lnue ner ".. the nm. The com
pany bad only leased lier pending th
completion of their new boat, tue
Prince Royal, which is expected to
lie   ready   to   take   ilia   water   in   tiie
' near  future.
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��� ���
��� It   Pays   to   Advertise. ���
��� The  News   is   in   the  receipt ���
��� of  the  following   letter,  which ���
��� speaks for itself: ���
��� "Daily  News.   City: ���
��� "Would   you   plea.se   cut   oul ���
��� the donkey engine ad. from my ���
��� advertising page, l am pleased ���
��� that  this ad.  was running only ���
��� three days    when a sale was ���
��� effected   through    your  adver- ���
��� tisement, for    which 1 thank ���
��� you very much. ���
��� "Yours trulv, ���
��� "l-_. J. FADER." ���
��� ���
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Down Town Services.
The Crystal theatre has been engaged by the pastor of Olivet Baptist
Church, Hev. A. P. Baker, for Sunday
afternoon. Mr. Baker has come to
Ibe conclusion that enough is not being done lor the religious training of
the men of tbe citv. To remedy this
ilie church is Inaugurating a series
of meetings for men at tiie theatre,
lo be held every Sunday afternoon at
3:30, to which all are welcome. Mr,
linker slates Unit the services will
be short ami Interesting, generally
with good singing and gospel preaching.
Sues  Mme. Steinheil.
Paris. Nov. 17.���Frederick  11. Bur-
llngame, the American neswpaperman
accused by Mine. Steinheil of complicity in the murder of lhe hitter's
husband and stepmother, yesterday
brought suit for $4000 damages
against   Mine.   Steinheil.
Buried at Last.
Peking, Nov. IT.���Tbe body of the
late Dowager Empress ol China,
wbicb was removed from the Forbidden Cily a week ago. was buried in
the eastern tombs yesterday.
About fifty supporters of the Liberal candidate held a rousing rally in
the  Liberal    club    rooms    last nighl.
Two Savage lilies, of ,22-calibre, I'm
use on the miniature rifle range al
lhe armories, have been donated, with
���loot) rounds of ammunition, tn the
Royal Templars Company of the
Boys' Brigade, by a Citizen, Full
arrangements tor the opening of the
miniature range will shortly be completed and firing win be commenced
next   month.
C.P.R. Will Straighten
Line Through Fraser Canyon
Vancouver, Nov. 17.���Surveys have
been completed for $1,000,000 worth |
of reconstruction work on the line of
the Canadian Paciflc Railway between
Lytton and a point to the west of
Hope. The line Is to be straightened
and the grades reduced ln order that
passenger and freight traffic may be
handled more expeditiously and at
less cost than ls at present possible.
The distance embraced In the location surveys just finished is between
sixty-five and seventy miles, and both
the Thompson and Cascade sections
will be affected. The principal part
of the reconstruction will be performed in the famous Fraser Canyon
through which the railway runs for
about sixty-one miles. Every inch
of the line through the canyon was j
cut out of the solid rock and tlie cost
per mile averaged approximately
$80,000.
Despite the heavy expenditure on
this section of the railway the line
was permitted to follow the lines of
least resistance when meeting walls
of solid rock, and the consequences
was that lt zigzagged through the
canyon, making much the same
course as that pursued by the river
ln Its tortuous course. Curve follows
curve all the way through the canyon
and many of them are very sharp.
The Canadian Pacific Railway feels
that the large expenditure Is justified
now that lt is practically certain that
both the Canadian Northern and the
Grand Trunk Paciflc railways intend
to follow the Fraser Canyon route to
Vancouver.
Present Owner     Is Away    From City
���On Return Arrangements Will
Be   Made for  Rebuilding.
While there can be no definite arrangement made for the reconstruction of the condensed milk factory ri>-
centlj destroyed by lire, until the return of the owner, J. K. Payne, wbo
is on bis way home from an all-summer trip t.i England, it is expected
that the building will be rebuilt, and
that the plant will again be in operation in a few months' time.
Not only the building, but the
greater pari of the plant was owned
by Mr. Payne. It iB believed thai
the gross loss from the Are will
amount to about $1U..)UI>, covered
partly by insurance in two companies.
The upper sinry 0f the building and
the larger pari of the machinery was
an entire loss, together with all the
stock. Mr. Fredenliagen intends to
resume manufacturing as soon as the
factory is restored.
I0UGH
>
All the civic work on the streets
was suspended yesterday on account
of the rain.
MANY TRUSTEtS
ATTtND CONVENTION
Near Approach of Elections
Has Little Effect on Big
Assembly at Chiiliwack.
Despite the hitch over the dates,
which threatened for a time to cause
the postponement of the assembly.
the convention of British Columbia
school trustees, which opened at Chiiliwack yesterday morning, was splendidly attended, then- In ing present
over fifty delegates, covering practically  the whole of the province.
d en nii...   w is  de oted  to the
nro In enl   ol   mi mbei ��� a ..I  work in
tmitti e,   the   flrsl   regular   session
..;    ;!:     cn via..;...!   b  lng   held   ill   the
afternoon.
Address  By  Mr. Brotherton.
The afternoon session commenced
at 2 o'clock, the principal item on the
program being the address delivered
by W. .1. Brotherton, of Mouse .law.
represi nting the Alberta school trustees. Mr. Blot berton dealt with the
general principles of education, enunciating a number of points which
should be observed by trustees in
dealing with the teachers andschools
under their care, llis address was
interesting and suggestive, and al Its
close he was accorded a hearty vote
of  thanks   by   his  hearers.
In the course of the afternoon session a number of resolutions dealing
with the powers over the expenditure
(Continued on Page Nine.)
SOUTH WESTEBINSTER
LIBERALS FOR OLIVER
Honest   John   Receives   Stirring   Welcome at Joint Meeting  Held in
Wise's Hall Last Evening.
Before an audience that filled
Wise's hall to the doors, John Ollvei
in his capacity of Liveral candidate
lor Delia riding and II T. Thrift,
represi nting F MacKenzle, the Conservative nominee, joined In debate
last evening.
John Oliver, who received a stirring welcome from the electors present, devoted a huge pail of bis time
to a consideration of the needs of the
riding, bul did not neglect to also go
into the broader issues of the campaign. He expounded the opposition railway policy, contrasting It
with the ruinous proposals of the
government, and went thoroughly into all the terms of the Liberal platform. He evoked considerable applause by repeating nis promise that
lf the Liberal party were returned to
power, the tolls should be removed
from the bridge.
After Mr. Oliver had concluded his
flrst speech, Mr. Thrift made a reply,
which in turn was answered by the
Liberal leader in a speech ln which
he handled Mr. Thrift without gloves.
Despite the fact that the meeting
had been advertised as a joint assembly of the supporters of the two
parties, the audience was almost
wholly in support of Oliver, and if
the representation In Wise's hall last
evening can be counted on as typical
of the whole riding, Oliver will be returned with a splendid majority on
November 25.
Alderman Johnston, Liberal candidate for this city, was among those
seated on the platform at the meeting.
Party Leaves City in Next
Few  Days  to   Complete
Survey.
Thai the Croat Northern Hallway
company will nexl spring commeBB
wink on the construct ion nf a tine
across the Hope mountains conneefc
ing Ihe Similkameen with tlie Fraser
valley   is now a certainly.
Party Leaves City.
Throughout the pasl summer the
Greal Northern had survey partieso��t
through Hie Hope mountains, and various reports have been circulated ta
the effect tlmt a. suitable pass hart
been located. The location Of a suitable pass, however, did not necessarily mean that the commencement ot
actual work on a line throughout the
mountains was aboul to begin, yesierday, however, word was received
in the city to tiie effect that the railway eompany had at last decided ta
carry the line through, and parties
for the completion of the details ol
the surveys already made will leave
this city some time within the next
few days. (   '
Some time ago a party which had'
been surveying for the G. N. It. ia
the Hope mountains came into the
city, and the engineers have been
here since awaiting further instructions. Yesterday they received word
to organize another party at once and
despite the lateness of the sesaon to
leave for Abbotsford. an..! thence to
work through the Hope mountains to
Princeton.
Abbotsford to Princeton.
Abbotsford is the present terminus
of the V. V. and B., which is the
same thing as the Great Northern,
lhe line from there running to Cloverdale. where it connects with the present tracks of the Great Northern from
Seattle. From Abbotsford to Prince-
ion the Great Northern has located a
line and bas purchased tbe right of
way. The survey party which will
leave the city within the nexl few
days will merely have to complete the
last few details which must be attended to before the actual work ol
construction   can   be   undertaken   in
earnest.
The work of closing the survey wilt
only lake a few weeks, an.l it is anticipated that all will be ready for
tin- commencement of construction in
the near future. It is improbable.
however, thai operations will actually
he commenced until some time early
in the spring.
Tunnel   at   Summit.
It is stated that a tunnel ten thousand feet in length will be used &��
carry the Great Northern line across
the actual summit of the Hope mountains.
NAVIGATION COMPANY
EXTENDS WHARF
Torpedo     Trading   and  Tug     Co.  Extends   Docks   on   Waterfront���
New Craft Ready.
The Torpedo Trading and Tug Oe.
is making extensive improvements t��
its wharf above the bridge. This
company has increased its holding-*
so much lately that it requires more
wharfage to take care of its craft, tbe
total length of the steamers aad
barges now belonging to it reaching
the respectable total of 8(10 feet.
The steamer Nellie G. Thurston, I*-
longing to E. .1. Fader is now being
completed at liis wharf. She is P-T-
1.1 ei.d to be ready for sea in a ' *
days when she will take a long^tuy
tn north coast points. Queen Charlotte island. Skidegale and Prince
Rupert She will take a load of special freight from Vancouver to mines
on the west coast of Queen Charlotte
islan.i ami will be gone about forty
da.. S.
ii.e wharf will be extended on ihe
west side to a considerable distance.
Tiie work has already been commenced and the pile driving is welt
under  way.
A large octopus, caughv in the Alaskan waters, is a curiosity in the wia^
dow of the Fraser River Fisli Coe."Si
store on Columbia street. The carea^
tare was caught by one of the boat*
from a halibut steamer, the hook
passing through Its head in such a.
manner as to kill it. From the tt��
of the head to the end of the longest
arm is nine feet.
���������������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� Liberal Committee  Rooms. ���
��� Alderman    J.   J.   JohnsUn's ���
��� committee rooms    are    estab- ���
��� lished at the Daily News block, ���
��� opposite the Carnegie Library. ���
��� Telephone No. 605. ���
��� Committees meet  every  ev- ���
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, NOV
WOMAN WAS CRAZY
FOR AN AUTOGRAPH
Invades    the     Poet's     Sanctum     and
Throws Herself At His Pedal
Extremities.
Paris. Xov. IT.���In the hotel where
he Is staying M. Edmond Rostand
keeps sime-regal state, grains audiences to his court, or sends chamberlains to dismiss persistent bores.
He suffers also the penalties of greatness, and even an army Of secretaries
aiul attendants cannot always guard
him effectually against obstinate worshippers, who are as pertinacious and
as  wily  as any suffragette.
The dramatist was sitting quietly
al dinner the other evening when the
door of the dining room burst open
and in rushed an American lady, who
flung herself on her knees at liis
feet, kissing his hand. How she had
eluded the poet's watchful bodyguard
is nol Known, but it is supposed thai
she had secreted herself for some time
in the hotel.
She gasped out Incohen nl expressions of adoration and pleading, and
then came the requesi which he was
waiting :
"Let the master forgive a bumble
worshipper's audacitj and male' In i
the happii sl .ef women to the end ol
her  .lays.''
At that moment one of M. Rostand's bodyguard, bearipg the lady's
ejaculations and suspectlug that his
watchfulness had been eluded, came
in. started with horror, and rushed to
tear away the bold autogarph hunter
Bul   tie' poel   was no!  cruel.
"No, tomb her not," he said, raising ber hand.   "Is she not a woman."
He then bade her rise and sent her
away in raptures with his autograph.
He will be worse besieged than
ever now. but his retinue will keep
a sharper watch, and it is not likely
thai an autograph hunter will manage to enter liis presence a second
time.
MILITIA COMPANY
OF COLLEGE MEN
Prof.   Morrison   Outlines   in   Kingston
Scheme of Training for the
Universities.
Kingston. Nov. 17.���Professor J.
L. Morrison, in an address before
Queen's University Arts Society, outlined a scheme of military training'
for Universities.
The speaker pointed out that each
individual in being part of the Empire should perform his duty by making himself a fit military unit in the
ease of a crisis and to promote this
interest the professor suggested that
a military company, composed entirely of university men. should be '"ruled, either to be directly or indirectly
associated with the Hth regiment, or
If this were considered impossible.
that a university rifle club be formed.
lie assured ids hearers that if either
of these schemes was promoted 11
would receive mosl substantial and
gem rous support of the Federal Government.
Professor Morrison's proposition
was enthusiasticallj received and a
committee was appointed to Inquire
Into the possibilities of t stablishing
such an organization.
What Would
Be More
Appropriate
FOR A HOLIDAY PRESENT
THAN ONE OF OUR PIANOS
OR ONE OF OUR ORGANS,
AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH,
A VICTOR OR BERLINER
GRAMOPHONE, SINGER SEWING MACHINE, ALL ON EASY
TERMS IF DESIRED. WE
HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE
CONSIGNMENT OF VIOLINS.
GUITARS, MANDOLINS AND
CASES.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK IS
COMPLETE. A CALL WILL
CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
IN   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
WANTED
HOYS WANTED TO
i Shetland pony, cart and
Liberal pay to bright
besides tlie chance to earn a
Successful hoys will he
given permanent position which
will nol interfere with school duties.     Apply Kenneth Casselman.
TWENTY
work for
harness.
boys
ponj
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC UU.,
dealers in electrical machlneryi
fixtures and supplies, house winug'i
armature wiring, motor repairing,'
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 3;il, P. O. Box 928.
WANTED���BOOK   KEEPER,  APPLY
P. 0. Box 496, New Westminster.
WANTED���BY   A  JAPANESE    BOY
who understands English well, position as cook or for housework. Address S. Toma, phone 261, Japanese
Mission. Sapperton, 265-6
WANTED���JOB ON A MILK RANCH
by experienced milker. Apply J.
Currie, Victoria Hoarding House.
Sapperton.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, PISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st."
opp. Windsor Hotel.
STENOGRAPHY
&
typewRi
FREEMAN    iu-\-,>        "~^^-v
G^^n blo?kUNTWO.^H00M  ,
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets'
Phone 176, night call 81.
PHETTY AiiTKLSS LtADS
PRIME MINISTER CAPTIVE
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
SCHOOL BOYS WANTED���] HA\ E
a pei-inni.ent position for a bright,
energetic school boy. The right
boy can make from 60c to $2.00 or
more a week, withoul Interfering]
with his school duties. Kenneth
Casselman.
WANTED���GIRL TO DO FOLDING,
etc. Jackson Printing Co., Thomson Block, Mi rket square.
LOST.
LOST���ON MONDAY, POINTER
dog white with liver spots; answers
tee name of Nero. Kinder please
return to 39 Columbia street.
GROCERY.
FOU THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 386. Tl e Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. o. Box 811.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 2bD FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fa.-hion Stables.
p   n   ���""-"Oil
1' ��- Box 694,
CUSTOM      STENographT^
^writing;  co,    ";    \   and
etter8'     ' tC,       Pr(a..,, ��    '  !,'->-S
1Umbla 8t"*t.     PhoneV��fflCe'^
TAILORS
GALVIN, LADIES
'MEN'S TA1
Ing jusi in. '' tali sTO
ing an,, repal ,
block.    |
and 264 Clarl
fo ESTMINSTER       ,
Oe.        |
cabin t,
an,, di I
mates  fun
prletor,     Work
and car 111
iiv.
attina
a
.   _,
nth
;  HOoBe
s
MACHINE   WORKS.
France's   Socialistic   Premier   Falls  to
the Smiles of a Paragon Among
Chorus Girls.
INJURIES  CAME   IN
FAST  SUCCESSION
London. Ont., Nov. 17.���Angus
Sutherland, of Dorchester, met with
terrible Injuries while threshing at
Thamesford. lie was on top of an
engine oiling some of the parts when
his foot slipped and he was caught in
the fly wheel. Both hones of the leg
below the knees were, fractured. In
endeavoring to save himself Sutherland placed bis other foot on the cog
wheel and his toes were mangled.
Then dizzy with pain be fell upon the
hot boiler and was ti rrihly burned.
He is now at liis home in Dorchester where it is thought that he will
recie er,
Hanged" for  Four   Murders.
'.o    ieen,   S D.,     Nov.   17.���Amell
Vi. tor, formerly of Easl  Astor. x. V..
wa   hanged here this morning fo
murder of four personi e.n July  ���
His   v i.���tines   weie   ,1.   W.   Chrl  tii
grain buyer al the littli   town of Rudolph, Brown County;   Mrs. Christie,
Mildred Christie, agi d 19, and Michael
Ronayne, a young man w io was ���
piloyed h>  Christie.    Robb ry prompted tl..' murders.
Paris. Nov. 17.���Monsieur Briand.
the new minister, has reformed. A
charming young actress is said to be
responsible for having led the strayed
lamb hack Into the fold. Monsieur
Briand is no longer lighting the clergy
lie is leaving the church and the
churchmen in peace. Having declared that Christianity bad served its
purpose, and that its influence was
gone, -Monsieur Briand now follows
Mile. Helene Baxone to midnight
mass at the Madeleine, and has become the intimate friend of the clerical Arthur Meyer of the Gatilois. And
behind this sudden reformation is the
brilliant young actress of the Theatre
des Capucines.
M. Briand was first attracted by her
great talent; then he became fascinated with her beauty and finally her
virtue and piety won him over completely. She pleaded for peace between church and state, and now
peace reigns supreme. Mile. Baxone
attends mass every day and says inn-
prayers after the performance al
theatre i '> ery night, and hi r spii j  i
.1   has  subdued   M.   Briand  coni-
i letely.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMt
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
ro  LET���TWO    OR    THREE FUR-
bed housi 1-a i ping rooms, furnace, etc. Apply '.iit Fifth avenue.
TO RENT���LARGE DOUBLE BED-
room, suitable for two gentlemen:
reasonable   terms.   Si's   Koyal   ave.
246-12
= THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle null machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
Any availably Dominion Lands with
In the railway belt in British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person wno is the sole head of a family
or any male over li> years Of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section ol
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must ue made personally ai
the local land offlce for the distric.
ln which the laud is situate. Lntr\
by proxy may, however, he made ou
certain comlitions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sis
ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to per
form tlie conditions connected therewith under one ol Uie tuiiowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation oi the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father t or mother, if tne
father Is h cased), of the homesteadi
risii.s upon a farm in the vicinity ot
th.- land entered for, the requirements ,,,,,. SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO
as to residence may be satisfied by, itl Bne condition .,., a ���,,.,,,��� make,
such person  residing with the father      , Q.   eagv     tennjj       A.
0r mother. j    1)ai,    NVws Qffl ,
(3) II ine set;i> r has his perman m
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���A SPLENDID BUY. A
new two-story, 6-foom house, modern, on a full sized lol 66x132 on
Eighth avenue, near car line. Pride
$2100; $."iin cash, balance on exceptionally easy terms. Ask me about
this.      J. .1.  .lohnston
FOR SALES���SIX ROOM MODERN
house, Sapperton, $100 cash, balance $20 per month. Appl] Farmer, Box 537, New Westminster.
FOR SALE SMALL HOUSE, MOD-
ern, Durham street, prici $1 100;
$150 cash, balance monthly payments. White, Shili s & Co., Columbia street, city.
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���1 AM PRK-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property Or ror
building purposes, Apply Dr. a.  D.
Buchanan.  P. O, New Westminster.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth,
Phone 105 P. 0. Box
J
B. C.  MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer !
of moiinmental tombstones, building |
stone, etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed, j
Columbia street,   New  Westminster.
SKATE
AT THE
PAPER   HANGING  &   DECORATING.
I HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, llud Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
banging and decorating. sixth
street, New Westminster.
���
PYTHIAN
Ladies    purchasin
during the  month  of
receive a ticki I ��� ���
chance on a gold wai
take place NOVEMBER 30, 1909,
Washington, Nov. it.���The employ-
��� rs' liability law of 1006 was di i
ti be con sti'tutional In the tei vv,, U ���
of tbe United States and the Districl
of Columbia by the supreme court of
the United States yesterday.
P.
&C0.
V
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia   Street.
residence  upon   farming   land   owned
n\   him in  the  rh i'ii;.-.   of his  '
stead, the requirements as to resid nei
may  be  satlsfie i    iy resid u] in
the said land.
Six months' notice Li writing should
be given to the commissioner <>i Dominion lands at Ottawa ol Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal   mining  rights  may   be
leased  for    a  period of    twenty-on
war., a!   an  annua!  rental  of  ?1   per
acre.      Not    more   than   2560   acres
shall  be  leased   to one  Individual  or
company.     A royalty at the rate or
five cents  per  ton  shall  be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���I'nauthorlzed publication ot
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
FOR SALE���CHEAP RETORT '
ell heat er, good new sull
for lai ge room or hall.     For w I
or coal.      Box  ';   l in,-   Ne AS.
PIANO   TUNING.
PIAN'os  WH ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, VV, E.
Martin.   Mi].,   Hie.,     city.        A   Una
wil] bring him.
3
REAL   ESTATE.
' II Wi: BUYERS FOR PROPERTY
in nny pan of W. li ter or B ir-
naby; also i n Chiiliwack line.
Owners only. Give full particulars,
P. O. Box '.' 12, New w. stminster.
PRINTERS.
'-. MINSTER PRESS Fl IR EVERY
kind of job printing. Mldgel loo e
leaf ledger ; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. B<>\ 142. Old
Dally  News Block, Sixth Btreet,
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATORS.
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Keep Your liouse Warm I
i
:
JAMES & McCLUGHAN j
GOOD   SECOND HAND COOK   STOVES   FOR  SALE  CHEAP.     ���
{Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster ���
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I
TO  THE     RATEPAYERS  OF    THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen.���In response to several large and influential requisitions from the electors of
the City of New Westminster, asking
me to again offer myself for the mayoralty, in view of the extensive public improvements now in hand, and
proposed for the coming year, I i' I
it my duty to accede to the wis! -
of the electors in the premises, and
will therefore offer myself as a candidate at the forthcoming elections.
As previously announced, it was
my Intention to withdraw from civic
politics at the end of the preseni
term, hut the urgent wish of so many
of the electors that I should continue
in office until the Improvemenl program, with which I am familial in
every detail, is carried out, compels
me to bow to their wishes, ana again
seek your suffrages.
if elected I pledge myself to devote
my very best energies toward protecting the welfare of the city to
maintain the principles of civic government, and in every other possible
way advance the Interests Of our
city.
Thanking   you.   ladies   and gentlemen, for your generous support in the
past, and respectfully soliciting  your
votes and influence, i am,
Yours very Inoerely,
W. II. KEARY.
New   Westminster,   b
1909.
WHITE, SHILES &. CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  sumirban  property,
2C0 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES- '
tate and  insurance.  Phone 336.  1S6
Columbia street, P. O  drawer 10D.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAPE
Tickets, '21 meals for %4. Home
cnokliig. All white cooks; no Oriental lalwr employed. Open day and
niebt.      Opposite tram office.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. 0.
���P. B, Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556   phone  3S4.
PACI IC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irv nl, phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Re; i estate and Insurance. Money
to   loan,  744   Columbia Btreet.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, 1NSUR-
ance. real estate, etc., Is located for
the present at the office of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite  Windsor  Hotel
WE   BUY   AN'
and   all   kUidi
hand geods.
office.
SELL   FURNITURE
of   new   und   second-
A  Speck, near Tram
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
U. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P, O.  Box 795.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, -702 COLUM.
'hia     street. Flris-class     moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday. Wednesday ami  Krfday
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R 128. Room 7.
Westminster  Trust   Block.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFHI.I.OW,
Hall-Lavery Block.
ARCHITECT,
THE EDISON THEATRE,    CORNEB
Columbia aud Eighth. lllgh-clasa
moving pictures, Illustrate,] songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednes.
day and Friday.
afjlVl. |
ATLANTIC
You    Will    f.Ilel    II    a
te   arrange your b
��� '��� r you Intel
i. your fri' '
From  Montreal and Quebec.
Lake   Erie   from   Montreal,  Nov, 20
Empress  of   Britain  from St. John,
Dec. 3rd.
For other dates and partli ���
ply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. M^b
S.S. TRANSFER
The steamer Trans^r will l������
Brackman-Ker wharf .very weekW
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladm r W��
ham Island and way port?, return"*
to New Westminster on folloTO
day. Saturday, returning same evening.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at . a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston ai
business warrants.
This schedule    subject   to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to ROBERT JARD����
v * Manage
*************************** *>**>************+*******
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING   AND  GUT-
ter cleaning.     I). McElroy, Tel, 100
���
���
:
���
I
Chest Protectors
at all prices
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
N��v. 1.1 WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Klghth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
Ladles ami Gentlemen,���Al the request of a verv huge numb, , 0| c||j.
zens and ratepayers I consented to
allow my nam,, to he submitted to the
people for their supporl as Mayor of
New Westminster for the year 1910
Mj-  policy   has  been,  [g,  and   Will  be
wholly one of progress and in the Interests ol all the people of New Wesi
minster, i will dlscUBS Issuei through
tbe campaign  and  ask  you,   careful
consideration  of ul!  ijti. stion ���
Polling day December 13tli  L009
JOHN A. LEE.
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,   SKIRTS,
and Waists. 12H Royal avenue. 204-6
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers ami dyers. 346 Columbia street,
phone K27S. Tli,. place where tlie
dirt nml dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57
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ee ****e****~*+**"""
FROM SOUP TO COftJ
the dinners we serve aie* ^
with care and f <''' "' ' "."vlng, ����
exercise good judgment in -^ ,���,,
cooking, in laying n*"fl" "^ tor our
We Have no apology tom* u> feel
place or what we supp  ���       meals,
sure   you   will     CO-MM"*   "��      dl,,o
and  prices wl""
methods
or sup at
KENNY'5
OTDPFT,    0PP'
739   COLUMBIA   STREET
TRAM OFF|Gt-
l*v ... 909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE THREE. *&_
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VOTE FOR:
ALDERMAN JOHNSTON
New Westminster's Candidate
FOR   M.P.P.  ON   THE   25th
Vote for Alderman Johnston and
the enforcement of fair wages to
white men.
Vote for Alderman Johnston and
the land for the people.
Vote for Alderman Johnston and
the preservation of British Columbia's
natural resources.
Refuse to guarantee $45,000,000
and endanger the credit of the Province for only 200 miles of new railway.
Support John Oliver, the man
from Delta, a son of the soil, who
knows what the country needs and
will pee that she gets it.
Support the railway policy of John
Oliver, which will give an entirely new
route, via Kamloops, Nicola Lake and
down the Coquohalla to New Westminster and Vancouver, opening up fertile
valleys and covering a route which nowhere double-tracks an existing railway.
Support the policy that will open
up portions of the Province at present
inaccessible, and to make use as far as
possible of the subsidies, amounting to
nearly Seven Million Dollars, offered by
the Dominion Government, to assist
the building of railways.
New Westminster expects that every man will do his duty
on November 25 and Vote for Johnston.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, NOV
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER
18.
1909.
PROSPERING    THE    CAUSE.
The extenl and enthusiasm of the
sujvporr which is being given to Ald-
���man J. J. .lohnston, the Liberal candidate for ibis city, is decidedly c eer-
ijig. Every meeting that he has held
lias displayed an lncreasHg Interesl
in the strong and cleanly policy promulgated by the leader of ibe party,
John Oliver. Briefly this may be expressed a> a policy based upon the
best interests of British Columbia.
I'.H.n ibe' main proposition before the
electors, the railway policy, it pre-
sows an economic I a. work
able Bchi me, one that will resull in
thr Immediate opening up of the rich
lands of the Interior, together with a
cheap and speedy connection between
the coasl and the mini s al Princeton,
tied).ij Nicola ana other places.
Apan from ibis the Liberal policy will
secure absolute control over the
freight rates.
Tin- Liberal party bas uo desire o
prevenl the Canadian Northern railway coming in. bul ll requires 'teat
this shall be upon tonus that are fair
to the province, The McBride policy
on the oilier hand, wo ild place a
very heavy obligation upon the financial resources of British Columl.ia.
would mil provide any useful means
of intercommunication, and no control ovei' rales.
In other respects the Liberal policy is of an enlightened aad progressive character, Proper control over
and fair dealing with the rich timber
resources of the province; the en-
forcement of conditions that will v-Yo
every white man a fair chance in the
labor market; and the opening up ol
lands to settlement upon the usual
homestead conditions.
lt is altogethi r a - ood and worthy
cause and if iis real advantag s aro
properly recognised by thi i
Alderman Johnston should so to Victoria as the rep:, sentativi . s citj
with a g i mi
contains the whole bargain. But assuming that a mortgage
is given the question arises, of what
value is this to the province as a security? We say absolutely none
Thoie are already mortgages upoa
the existing lines of the C. N. R. to
the extent of $23,000, per mile held
by tin- Dominion and Manitoba Governments whilst there is a charge upon the Ontario section, and sundry
other mortgage liabilities. It is estimated by a competent authority that
$15,uou per mile is the outside value
of any possible security that is left j
for British Columbia's guarantee of
$35,000 per mile. What then is tiie
worth of this pamphlet's assurance
that this undertaking will not cost
the province a dollar, and thai its
guarantee is amply secured by flrst
and second mortgages?
Wiih such juggling of facts and
errom .-'is- statements being casi
abroad by the McBride party it will
be well for the men of British Columbia to be on iheir guard and see to H
thai  this mischievou
FIGHT OVER OPERATION
OF SUNDAY CARS
Lord's   Day  Alliance   Makes   Vigorous
Opposition to the  Scheme in
London.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
New Local View
Post Cards
jusi arrived. See them. Also
Postal and Scrap Albums. Special today, Glass Tankard Jugs,
45c each.
EMBER 1g
ls not  forced upon  them
London. Xov. IT.���London will bave
a Sunday street car flght during the
next six or seven weeks that will put
all previous episodes of tliat character
iu this city in the shade and threatens to bring an upheaval in the January  elections.     When   a   deputation
{ went to Toronto Thursday to ask the
Premier for a Sunday ear vote, it was
done   so  quickly   thai   practically   no
'one in town knew of it until yesterday. The Lord's Lay Alliance was
caught off its guard and bui for a
fluke the Premier's consent might
have  boon  obtained   before  the    Al-
e liance   heard  of     il.       Tiny     lost   no
time,   however,   after they did hear
of    it.      Yesterday    afternoon    there
railway poiicj    u..(s g  meetlng of    the    Alliance, al
The Fair
64(3 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Just Opened
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
The Leading House'for Carpets is
LEE'S
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are
the largest retail buyers in the
over  is tremendous.      \\'o  hav,
sign ment.
' 'al   nu,
just unshipped
And thc Prices!
Well, they are so reasonable that   they
stock the best English Wiltons, English
Tapestries,   all   specially   selected   for   thei
color.      Jusi  give us a call and havi
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INDIAN   LANDS   DEAL.
The exposure of the McBride deal
iu Indian lands by Mr. K. C. Wad .
which we printed yesterday, ought to
make the electors of the province
very chary of giving any support to
a Government in which graft and dishonesty prevail to such a great extent.
Tho basis of this deal, for the work-
lng of which an Order-in-Council has
heen quietly slipped through, is Hie
sale to a partisan of land al ?2.50 per
acre which is worth from $300 to
$400 per acre. The consumation of the
deal depends upon whether the Premier wins in his flght against the Dominion Government for the reversionary rights in the Indian lands in this
province.
These arc some of the circumstances concerning the appeal to the
electors which appear upon the hoardings, to "Back .McBride in bis fight
for  Indian   lands."
which it was decided to put forth
every effort to meel the nun e.i
the Sunday car adovcates.
Mayor Stevely on his return from
Toronto denied the despatches stating that he led the deputation which
waited on th.e Premier. "I was in Toronto on business," he said, "and jusi
happened to meet the Sun laj car advocates when they we e going up to
sc- I iie'  Premier."
He lias already sen ed fvo t( n is
and may oppose the three announced
candidates on this issue, 1. is nol
denied that the Sunday car deputation in going to Toron o und ���;��� cover
hoped to influence Sir James before
the amis hi ard they had made a
move. The slip up, however, was
due to the fact that while the assessment commissioner stated in writing
that he though the population was
50,000 it was a supposition and not in
the  form  of  a   declaration.
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3  DOORS  FROM   McKENZIE  ST.
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Bank  of  Montreal   Profits.
Montreal. Xov. 17,���The annual
statement of the Bank of Montn tl
shows profits for thi year of $1,820,-
een againsi  $1,967,000 last year.
Something New!
A new game of skill for both ladies
and gentlemen, that bas taken the
oast by storm, introduced to Westminster for the first  time.
Exercise, Skill and Pastime.
Come and Be Amused.
MORE MISCHIEF.
KAISEil TILLS ttiFE
lit WILL NEVER AVIATt
Empress   Regards   All   Air   Cr^ft
Extremely Dangerous���Emperor
Regrets  Interference.
The  McBrlde pai ty  is  lea ��� li _    no
stone unturned to -    u
tin- Premier's rail' by. the
pen: le.    Their lal    I is in  the
form of a pamphl I. In van 11 ���
siho a 11 antagi s ai
i-d upon and the manj  dlsad
of  the   poiicj n   lei tly   omitted.
There are too, quite a lol of mi. 'in \
ous   ami   misleading   statements    in
ihis  brochure.    I lei i In   we  find   for
instance  the strong   suggestion   that
It  is   the   McBrldi    party   alone   that
has  recognised  the  need  for a  new
railway or railways through the seioth-
ern  pari, of  the  province.    But,    of
course, as every one musi  know, the
liberals have been pr. ssing the Government for years to formulat   a practical   railway   policy,  one   thai   would
develop the    rich    agricultural    and
fruit-growing districts  of the  Kootenays, the Okanagan, and Uie Similkameen   Valley.     Hui   they   labored   in
vain.    It   is  oaly   now,   after   nearly
seven years of wailing that the Premier foists  upon the people a railway
policy thai will not facilitate the de-
relopmeiii of this country, and gives
them a hare six weeks for its consideration.
The Liberal parly, zealous and anxious as over to secure a  really  useful
and advantageous railway scheme, Is
opposing the policy of the Premier
mainly upon the grounds that it dees
not provide for the development of
the country as required, that it imperils the credit of the proivnee, and
that ihere is no provision, for the control of rales. Tbis is the plain issue.
Now the McBrlde pamphlet states
that the Canadian Northern line ��ili
not cost the province one dollar. Thai
may or may not be. None can tell;
only experience can prove what success will attend the operation of the
Une. Uul the point is that under its
guarantee the province will undertake a liability amounting to at least
$46,40(1.1)1111 and, as we have said before, no business man would think
rf undertaking a guarantee without
making provision for lt, Therefore
British Columhia will he prejudiced
in the money markets of the world bj
having this immense liability always
fleblted againsi lis revenue and assets.
Then tOO this pamphlet repeals the
statement lhal the Canadian Northern lias agreed to give a first mortgage on their line in Rritsh Columbia
and a second mortgage on the whole
system. But there i.s no provision for
any mortgage in the agreement, and
Vice-President Mann asserts that the
Berlin, Nov, 17.���Emp ror William
confided  to  Co ml   Zeppelin  i'
his fe ar that h - wo ild nevi
.   the  sensation   ol   flying  in   th
He said he had promisi d
that   i'e would  never maki
asci nt either In a dirigible balloo
an   .a roplane.    His   majesty    added
that   the empi i -      i gai ded    all    air
craft  as extremely perilous.
Counl Zeppelin los had the honor
of having as passi nbers in his airships two kings, two queens and many
princes and princesses, and these royal flights have been given much publicity.
Der Reichbole, a daily paper which
has the distinction of being read regularly by the empress, publishes today many letters from correspondents
who express n met thai Crown Prince
Frederick William risked his life, as
the writers put it. by making an ascent   with  Orville  Wright.
Houses to Let.
SIX-ROOM MODERN HOUSE ON FIFTH AVENUE,
CLOSE TO VANCOUVER CAR LINE. RENT PER
MONTH
$18.00
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE ON BRANTFORD STREET.
SIXTH STREET CAR LINE RUNS WITHIN 100 FT.
OF   THIS   RESIDENCE.     RENT  PER   MONT r.
$14.00
White, Shiles & Co
628* Columbia St., New Westminster.
Monday,   Nov.  22.
COHAN fi  HAKIMS preseni
GEO. M. COHAN'S
GREATEST   OF   ALL   MUSICAL  TRIUMPHS
MINUTES FROM BMUDWAT
FIFTY PEOPLE.
A WHIRLWIND of .Music, of Fun, of S
of Girls.
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I', ir the famous
Popular Millionaire,"
Is a Grand I >UI Name
-ums.  "So Long    Mary,"    "I \V
Forty-flve .Minutes from I i
The Play That Impresses All
America.
Seats 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.30,  on   sale   at   Ryall's  Dai] Store.
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Blast Kills  Rancher.
Port Angeles, Wash., Nov. 17.���Carl
Koemele, a rancher who lived south
of this place, was killed yesterday
when he tailed to gel away after set-
ting off a charge of powder used for
blasting purposes. The deceased lefl
a  wife and several children.
Public Meeting.
COMM ANI)  1110Alt
J. Z. WHITE
EXPLAIN THE
Initiative and Referendum
IN CUNNINGHAM  HALL
SIXTH   STREET.
TONIGHT. Admission Free
The Royal Cafe
is now under NEW MANAGEMENT
and is giving the best meals with the
most  prompt   service  in   the  city.
Our 25c Lunch (11:30 to 2) and 35c
Dinner (5 to 8) are becoming popular.   Short orders at all hours at
reasonable prices.
Dominion Trust Block, Opp. PoBtofflce.
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Big Dry Goods House
Exquisite Evening
Fabrics.
MASELlNB  SATINS,  in  buttercup,  heliotrope, cream, rose and
|lik,' ' price, per yard  ...    75c
DIRBCTOIRB  SATIN  CLOTH, in all shades. Price per yard $1.50
ALLOVKK NETS, in new Bold effect.
INSERTIONS   AND   LACKS.
SEQUIN NETS in black and silver.
SEQUIN SCARFS, the latest fad.
Inspect this showing today.
The Fashion Centre
SPORTING NEWS   Business Talk
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FOOTBALL
Pilgrims Going Home.
New York, Nov. 17.���The Pilgrims
��j I'-iiMhind played their final game
of association football of their American tour at Bay Ridge, L. I., today,
uefeatin gthe Crescent Athletic club
'" 1. Tin. visitors left for home
1 ' " nighl ley way of Montreal, alter
! ' "o won 16 oul of 22 games played in America, and lost two. Four
games were drawn.
ALL  IS   READY   FOR
VANCOUVER   MARATHON
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
CVC*    DC'Cnr E-ve  Rest  for  tired   eyes  is
���\ala_*   I\I1.3 1 obtained by our scientifically
lilted    glasses,      We guarantee to give    you comfortable    vlslou.
Optical Parlor, nr      J_*     HH \ fr
Dominion  Trust  Bldg. VV .     F.     lAlL.
Vancouver, Nov. 17.���Officials for
Friday night's big Marathon race
al the horse show building between
Henri St. Yves, the Marathon chain-
pion, ami John U. Marsh have been
selected. They were annou. i today hy Promoter Harry J. linker as
follows:
Referei���J, \. Fullerton.
Starter���c. J, Marshall.
Judges���li. W. Kent, G. A. Calvert
W. J. Tulk.
Tlmekeepi rs���B. F. Armstrong, J-
H, II.'Witt, A.  p. Garvey.
Medical E aniiners���Ur. H. S. Ford,
Dr, C. a. McDiarmid, Ur. \v. J. Mc-
Tavish.
Announce] -W. F. Flndlay.
Scorers���R. J. Mulvane, W. P.
Bradley.
The indoo; track will be 12 laps to
the mile ani the runners will have
to make tin circuit 180 times. Mr.
linker wants to see the athletes hang
up a new record and is hanging up a
special prize of $1110 for either man
who lowers the present 15-mile indoor   record.
FIRST  SUCKER  TELLS
OF   MAYBRAY   BUNCO   GAME
Council Bluffs, Iowa, Nov. 17.���P.
\V. Bellow, of Princeton, Mo., a millionaire, testified today againsi John
ft. Doblns, one of the alleged "steer-
ers" of the famous .Mayhray gang of
swindlers, alleging that he" lost $J0,-
000 on  a lake   race.
He said tliat he was drawn Into the
scheme through a "sincere desire to
reform Dobins." He admitted, however, that ho aiso was actuated by
the hope of collecting $425 which he
alleged liouins owed him. Bellow admitted that he knew the race was
"fixed." hut he thought lhat it was
"fixed the other way." So he came
out  a  heavy   loser.
Bellow is known as the "King of
the Mikes." tlie "Mikes" meaning the
victims of  the   Mayhary gang.
Phone 170.
Politicians know their
business.
The public know their
business.
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WE
know our business.
Honest dealing has
kept this the Leading
Furniture House in the
city for nearly a quarter
of a century.
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PRIZE   FIGHTING  BARRED
TO DENVER SPORTS
Denver, Colo., Nov. 17.���Governor
Shat'roth said today that he would not
allow under an.v circumstances the
holding of the Jeffries-Johnson fight
anywhere in Colorado. Reports that
a syndicate was being formed by
Uenver and Pueblo sports to bid for
the light were called to the governor's
attention.
"The laws of Colorado emphatically
prohibit prize-fighting and make punishable any violation by Incarceration
in   the   penitentiary,"   he   said.
The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Undertak
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WATER   NOTICE.
LIPTON  DEFINITELY
DECIDES TO CHALLENGE
New Designs in Ladies' j
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
Dunn   Buys   Baltimore   Franchise.
Baltimore,  Md., Nov. 17.���The  Bal-j
timore Eastern League Baseball club
was  sold   yesierday  hy  Edward   Han-
lon   to   former   Manager  Jack   Uunn. j
Hanlon   became  sole   owner    of    the
property a few days ago.    U.i.m has
tor the past  season  been  manager of :
the  club,   playing  second  base.     He
says that tbe purchase is for himself
alone.    The price is withheld,    With
the club goes a lease of the baseball
grounds     covering     several       .'   ars,
Dunn's  attorney,  Charles  H.  Knapp,
becomes one of the directors, as also '
will Wilberl Robinson, well known as
one of the catchers of the Baltimore
club  when they city was represented
in  the  major  league.
Xew York, Nov. 17.���Before calling for Europe today, Sir Thomas
Lipton authorized the United Press to
state positively that he wlil challenge
again for the America's cup, the races
to be held in 1911.
Derby Gold Cup Betting.
London, Nov. 17.���The following is
tlie latest betting on tbe Derby Gold
cup, distance 1 3-4 miles, to be run
on Friday. November IO: beven to 1,
Rathlea; 8 to 1. Bridge of Lam; 10 j
to 1, Nimrod; IU to 1, His Highness;
12 I" 1. Old China; 12 to 1, Buck
wheal:   IJ   to   1,  Laomedia.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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Los  Angeles  Av'ation  Week.
l.ns Angeles. Nov. 17���The management of the proposed Los Angeles
aviation week has sent a telegram to
Paris accepting the terms of a syndicate of French aviators, composed
of Paulhan, De Lagrange, Lebron, Le-
garde and others, for their appearance here during that week.
The syndicate stipulates that follow
ing the aviation week here, which is
to be in January of the coming yeai
they are to be permitted to fly in San
Francisco.
The syndicate is to be paid  $���""���	
for the appearance of the aviators
here. They will use several types
of heavier than air machines.
First Defeat for Marshall.
Louisville, Ky.. Nov. LT. Frank J-
Marshall of Brooklyn, N. Y.. lost his
lirst game to Jack Showalter of
Georgetown, Kentucky, i> this city
las'   nighl   in   the  series  fn;1  the  chess
championship of the fined states.
Marshall withdrew after tiie twenty-
fourth move. Mai shall has won 3,
Showalter 1. and there has been ont'
drawn  game.
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These prices will be raised
25 per cent on Monday next. Acreage adjoining these lots is held at
higher prices.	
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
Two Stanley Cup Series.
Ottawa, Nov, 17.���Stanley Cup
Trimiee Foran stated although nothing official has been decided, there
will be two series of Stanley cup
matches in Ottawa before the opening of tbe Eastern league. Winnipeg
Shamrocks and Gait professional s
challenges have been accepted. Winnipeg will get first call about December 20, and Gait will come one week
later. Ottawas want ai many games
as possible. Shamrocks will be asked to play the legitimate teams which
won the  Manitoba championship.
No Winter Racing for Odell.
New Vork, Nov. 1,".���George Odell.
Whose horses leave won more than I"
races on the local tracks 'bis yi ar,
has sent Nimbus, l'rlnce Gal and Bonnie Ki Iso hi Lan,nia. where he believes they stand excellent chances i'1
a number of races. He will not race'
at Juarez, but will winter his animals
in Brooklyn.
Keyes and Baldwin in Draw.
Schenectady, N.V., Nov. 17��� Bert
Keyes of New York, and Matty Baldwin of Cbarlestown. Mass.. went ten
rounds to a draw here last night at
the opening of the boxing season at
the American Atheltic club.
Querrie Still After Lalonde.
Cornwall. Nov. 17.���Charles Querrie, manager of the Tecumseh Lacrosse club of Toronto, was here the
Other day and had a long pow-wow
with Newsy Lalonde, whom, it is understood, lie Is very anxious to sign
for next, season. Lalonde lias very
little to Bay about their conversation.
He is very fond of the west and may
return to Vancouver. He has not
made hii his mind about playing
hockey In the east this year as yet.
I alonde is a verv good all-round man.
and would le- a find for the Tecumsehs.
TAIL   OF   HALLEY'S  COMET
WILL SWITCH THE EARTH
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 17.���"Hal-
ley's comet will not only pass across
the face of the sun on May 18, but
the earth will pass through the tail
of the comet," said Director Pickering of Harvard University observatory today. "The tall of the comet is
made up of gas, acetylene, carbonic,
and several others. The gas will he
rarifled, so we shall not perceive it.
"In case these gases were apparent
to the people, the result would .0
very disagreeable. In I860, when
another comet was passing, there was
a great display ot shooting stars. We
may have such a manifestation when
Hallev's comet passes us."
Notice ls hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 19011," to obtain
a license In the Westminster Division
of Westminstei   Listrict.
(a). The name, address and occupation of the applicant Is the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
its head office al the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, and having a
capital of $_!,000,i..in divided into 2,-
500,000 sliari s of $1.00 each, all fully
paid up.
(b). The name of the lake, stream
or source Is Suicide Creek, llowing
Into the Nlconu n slough in Dewdney
district, about three and one-half
miles east ot Dewdney Station on the
Canadian Pucifl I Railway.
(c). The point of diversion is
about eight miles up Suicide Creek
from the point where Suicide Creek
intersects with the Canadian Pacific
Railway.
(d). The quantity of water applied
for 55 cubic feet per second.
(e). The character of the proposed
works is the diversion of said creek
by means of dam, ditch, Hume, natural waterways, tunnels and pipes, and
the establishment in connection
therewith of a water power plant for
the generation of electricity for mechanical, industrial and commercial
purposes and particularly in tho operation of motors, machinery, electric
lighting, tlie operation of tramways
and oilier works for which such light,
heat and power, are suitable and
available. The premises on which
the water is to be used Is a power
house to be constructed in Township
Twenty-one (21), Dewdney district,
aboul two miles norih of tlie Canadian Paciflc Railway, ii"ar Suicide
Creek.    .
Ig). The purposes foi- which tbe
water Is to be used Is to generate
electric power, light and heat for
traction, lighting, heating, manufacturing and all and every Industrial
or other purposes lo which ii may be
applied.
iii. If the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe
the place where the water is to be
returned to some natural channel, and
ihe difference in altitude between
point of divers! in and point of return. The water will be returned lo
the bed of Suicide Creek at or near
the said proposed powerhouse, tbe
difference in altitude being approximately six hundred feet.
(j). Area ol' Crown land intended
to lie occupied b.v the proposed works
will not exceed linn acres Inclusive of
lands to be submerged by reason of
storage of water.
(k). This notle was posted on
the 3rd day of November, limn, and
application will be made to the Commissioner on the loth day of December, 1909.
ll). Give Ihe names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,
none.
(in). The part of the Memorandum of Association of the Company,
.   and wa-
records of unrecorded.
power
mackin-
whlch  authorizes  the proposed  ajult-
callon and works, rends as follow:
(3). The objects for which the
Company is established and to which
objects the Company are restrict*.!
are (he acquisition of water
ter power  by
water   or   by   the   purchase  of   wafer
records or water privileges for.
(a) Constructing, operating and Maintaining electric works, power Ikms-
es, generating plant and such otier
appliances and conveniences ag ~ra
necessary and proper for the generating of electricity or electric po��*r,
or any other form of developed p��w-
er, and for transmitting the same ta,
be used by the company or by persona
or companies contracting witli the
company therefor, us a motive
for the operating of motors,
ery or electric lighting or otfea
works, or to be supplied by the company to consumers for heating or aa
a motive power for propelling traai-
ways, or for driving, hauling, \Ut_\_
pumping, lighting, crushing, smeltiig.
drilling and milling or for anj other
operations to which it may be adapted
or to be used or supplied for in connection with any other purposes for
Which electricity or electric power
may be applied or required.
(g). For rendering water and
water power available for use. application and distribution by erecting
dams. Increasing lhe head of water in
any existing body of water, or extending tile urea thereof, diverting tbe-
walers of any Stream, pond or lafce
into any other channel or ehannefij,
laying or erecting any line or Hume,
pipe or weir constructing any rate-
way, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel.
building, or other erection or wotdt
which may he required In eonnoctioB
with the improvement and use of the
said water and waterpower or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or maintaining any
such  works, or any  part, thereof.
(n). The company applies for a license to Btore water. The place ot
the proposed reservoir for storing the
said water is the land above the said
point of diversion, to constitute a
reservoir with au art-., of ahout eight
hundred acres to bo formed b.v the
utilization of the natural elevation at
the land and dams.
lo) The means by which it is P'*-
posed to store the water is by the
erection of all required dams and the
conservation of the waters falling *p>
on the surrounding watershed.
(p). The area of the reservoir site
or sites at each foot In depth ubove
tbe outlet will be at zero ten iicreat
and increasing at the rale of abont
the aeres for each foot In depth.
Iq). It Is proposed to acquire the
land���which may be held b.v private'
owners���by purchase or If necessary
by expropriation.
ir).    The    acreage   feet      appro*
mutely Intended to be impounded wtU
be about 12,500 acre feet.
F. H. HOPE,
A. F_. BECK,
Directors.
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary, Vancouver. U.C-
Vancouver  Power Co., Ltd.,  lncor-
poraled 1898.
THE CENTRAL GROCERY
NEAR COR. FIFTH AVE. ANU EIGHTH ST.
(Next  to  Central   Meat  Market.)
0 Hams, Bacon, Cheese, Teas, Coffees a specialty.
Sole agents Pure Ceylon RED STAR Tea. A fresh
consignment just received.
DAVID ADAMS, Prop.
Phone 583.
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS
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You
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Place your insurance in an office that makes insurance its principal business, and be sure that it is
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THE INSURANCE MAN, '
Phone 62.
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THIS KKJIDUr
RANGE
is known to'everyone but me.
I shall want a range soon
so I must call and see them
I
at the only place
KIRK'S  HARDWARE,^" Westminster, B.
IS-h        LEATHER GOODS
THE LATEST STYLES IN HAND BAGS, COLLAR BAGS, CUFF BOX ES, CARD CASES. CARD
SETS,  BILL  BOOKS.  ETC..     ETC. SEE     OUR
WINDOW   DISPLAY.
CHAMBERLIN, The J^weSsr
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
Easterbrook  Milling   Company,
Etiurne,   B. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR ! 1
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 AXD FEED MERCHANTS.
New  Weitminster.
Telephone 333.
FRONT  STREEI.
138?
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er and
ompany
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kma    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
''ish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Slock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F \RMERS ATTENTION!
'i- '
j Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
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New Westminster
THURSDAY, NOVEM
1
wm
No trouble with Sunlight Soap.
Jixst follow the directions on the
wrapper and Sunlight does the
rest.  Costs'.'ttle���doesmuch
m-t er injures hands or clothes.
MRS. TAFT IS
RULER Of AMERICA
BER
So Says Marie Corelli on Return From a Visit to the
States.
HUGGED   BY   BEAR
IN   THE   WOODS
St. John, Xov. 17.���George Harper,
a New York sportsman, had a thrilling encounter with a large she-bear
in the Miram 'hi woods. While crossing .-i fallen tree in search of a mi is '
he suddenly encountered thi bear al
close quarters and could not escape
or  use liis rifle.
Drawing a knife, he fought with
desperation and managed to evade
the fatal hug, and after bi lng badly
scratched and torn, succeeded in driving the knife home. Freed for i [
instant, he fled, closi I) pun u i. ' il
his guide appi ired anl with a bullet
killed the bear.
London. Xov. 17.���.Mrs. Taft is the
real ruler of the United States and not
her huslfaiid. who hoars the title 01
president, according lo Marie Corelli,
the celebrated woman novelist, who
was the guest of honor at a luncheon
shen in the Hold Cecil by the Society of American Women in London.
Mis., Corelli's tribute to Mrs. Taft
was but one of a number of compliments sha paid io American women.
who she declared) she never found
dull.
"II is not Presldenl Taft, but Mrs.
Taft, who really rules America. She
simply takes her husnand along with
her. To he able to do this is a greater woman's triumph than the gaining
Hi universal suffrage," said the novelist,
LONDON'S CRAZE
TO BE MYSTICISM
San   Francisco May O.vn   Its Water.
San Francisco, Nov. IT.���The cans..
of municipal ownership of a water
supply in the Sierras was advanci d
yesterday by the adoption of a formal
resolution by the board of supervisors
calling an election for Decemb r 28
to vote $45,000,000 worth of bonds to
build a complete independent system
: to be owned and operated by the city
of San Francisco.
STOLE   BLOODED   STALLION
IN   LIEU   OF   BACK   WAGES
Toronto, Nov. 17. ���Hint Nlchol, of
Brandon, .Man., for whom the police
held a warrant under the name of
Nicholson was arrested tonighl by
Detective Moffat, charg J with stealing a blood stallion from hi., employer,  Lewis  Wells,  also of  liralldoil,
1 'i who is here at presen;. Nlchol
o ight the horse from Windsor, and
stabled it ai the Dufferln track. He
a ; s that he had an argument with
la wis over $500 due him as wages
and was advised by his lawyers Bond
& Ayre. to lake the horse away and
hide it. He did this and wUs therefore arrested for theft. When taken
he told the police where the horse
was stabled in Dundas street and was
admitted lo ball.
POISONS   HIMSELF
WITH  DRUGGED CIGAR
!       743
FRONT  STREET
Is the place to buy or sell new and
second-hand goods of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY JABS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't bi gin  to tell yon al] we
have, bur no matter what you want,
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND ��� HAND    STORE.
lolumbla St.     "Man on the Wheel.'
Paris. Xov. 17.���A dramatic Bulclde,
similar to thai of Whittaker Wright.
occurred in the room of the examining magistrate at the court of Algiers.
A man under examination was one
of the largesl ami best known shipbuilders in Algiers, and his examina-
I tion resulted in the magistrate's decision to send him for trial on a
1 charge  of  forgery.
"Tnen this is the end." said the
lorger as Ihe magistrate sat down to
sign his committal. Before he could
be prevented he bit ofl the end of a
tiny tube of poison contained in a
cigar which he held in his hand,
swallowed the contents, and fell dead
In   court.
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Spiritualists' Mediums Are
Looking Forward to Big
Business.
London, Nov. 17.���Portents suggest that the flnter craze of London
society will be a revival of mysticism,
Spiritualists' medium are taking
heart of grace and are beginning to
advertise one  more  In  the    society
weeklies.
Mr. Stead's spiritualistic bureau,
the destinies of which are presided
over by the Immaterlalistic Julia, is
showing Increase^ patronage���at a
guinea a visit��� and even Maskelyne
_v Devant's show of pseudo-mysticism
is obliged to display ifs "liouse Full'
board  twice dally.
in Bond street, the palmists and
casters of horoscopes are doing an
excellent trade, and one enterprising
lady, whose more than ordinary attractiveness is drawing queues of
waning clients, has hit upon tho profitable idea of combining clairvoyance
with cookery, and has opened a cafe
where her wailing customers curb
their Impatience with tea at sixpence
a cup.
There is also such an increased
trade in crystals that a number of
Bond street shops are bringing out
iheir old slock and relegating Jig Saw
and Banjaroo to the top shelves.
Superstition is rampant. CharmB
and mascots are popping up everywhere���in the jewelers,' in the fancj
shops, and even in the windows of
the \erj materialistic chemists. Germs
of good luck���horrible microbe-looking creations In silver and gold which
are appropriately called "Byltt"���are
being Bold for the watch chain and
j necklace, together With miniature
I "Hillikins," "Smilagogs" and "Chase-
glooms/' while a Hebrew charm, called a "Koiueir," made from sliver sixpences perforated with a Hebrew
symbol, are commanding a ready sale.
Society .always loves the mysterious
and it only wants a Pall Mall revival
of the famous Kleusinian mysterii s to
add the cor ler-stone to an occult
season.
R��of of your house or
barn gone back on yOU
j-r^i-'^ Wlnter.
_i_i   Wea'her-P^  -d fcH,
Will not melt, ��rack or rot
Most ewily appiied ni re' ...
no painting, "Wtm
Call or write for full partloul.���
samples and prioes.      l"mcm"i,
U TRAPP 8 CO., Ltd.
ModefsigrTwSI
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street!
New Westminster.
TheO. P. Young, Prop.
'SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE   MEATS)
AND SAUSAGE..
AT THE
Central Meat Market]
, Ooruer Klghtb St. ��na   Mfth Atenm
PHONF   17Q
'lOWtLL  4   OUDr. Prcondri*
KNICHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCiL
1283���Meets second and fomih
Mondays at S p.m., St. Patrfok'8
Hall. Blackwood St.
Jews and Perjury.
Toronto, Nov. 17.���The police have
a warrant ont tor the arrest of Zalefc
Herschon, a Jew. on a perjury charge,
arising oul of the case of which Morris Levi is serving a three-year term
for subornation and perjury, and
Soloman Altaman, two years for perjury, in sentencing the former a, te w
days ago, Judge Winchester expressed a regrel over the apparent frequency   Of  perjury  among   .lews.
W. RICH
Teaming- and  Expressing.
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WOOD
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FOU  FIRST CLASS
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THE HOME        P A H E R|
is   the   Paper  That  Prints All
the      Home     News.
The     Daily    News
10c   B   Week
mM^^^ty
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how lt is cheaper to huy our
high-class building materials
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bunt with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
Hut they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
BLANKETS
^S^5^9?!^TONITYfor -you t0 Participate in the greatest
bLAINKhl BARGAINS you ever saw or heard of. We have a new
consignment of Blankets due to arrive here this week, and in order to
clean up our present stock and to make room for our new numbers we
have decided to make tremendous sacrifices in prices to secure this end.
Ihursday, November 18th, and throughout the remainder of the
week we will give a special discount of
Twenty Per Cent Off all White Blankets.
Our stock
in these at present is comparatively small, so do not hesitate to get In early and secure what you want.
***************
Railway Service
Interurban  Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and
run every
way
half
Last
stations   will
hour   rrom   5:50   a. ni
car leeaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:80 p.m.
Curs leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cara leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service hulf-houriy between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
SEV5^J3��UND:   SIZE M BY 84; $5.00 LESS 20 PER CENT
SPECIAL  SALE   PRICE, PER   PAIR
4.00
ieVirECil.N&J'll^yp^' p$lfR�� LESS 20 PER CENT'
5.20
���"ldZN��^.ll\Bl��-���LESS 20 PER CENT-
5.60
EIGHT    POUND;    SIZE  83 BY 88; $7.50 LESS 20 PER CENT.
SPECIAL  SALE   PRICE, PER PAIR
6.00
EIGHT    POUND;    SIZE 68 BY 88; $8.50 LESS 20 PER CENT.
SPECIAL  SALE   PRICE,  PER  PAIR
6.80
NINE     POUND;      SIZE  72 BY 94; $9.50 LESS 20 PER CENT.
SPECIAL SALE  PRICE,  PER   PAIR
7.60
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes ;DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN.
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Businesses.
HOTEL   RUSSELL
Carnarvon, Begbie and Alexandra Streets.
PITT   LAKE    BRICK    AND
CEMENT   CO.,   LTD..
Offices  Northern Crown  Bk.
TIMBER   LIMITS
Offices  Northern Crown  Bk.
E. J. FADER
Head Office: Northern Crown Bank.
TELEPHONE 295.
Businesses.
GROCERIES
Opp.   Russell   Hotel.
FINANCIAL BROKERAGE
Offices  Northern   Crown   Bk.
REAL  ESTATE
Offices  Northern  Crown  Bk.
P. 0. BOX 249.
E. J. Fader, proprietor of the Russell Hotel, has recently added a grocery business to
his many undertakings. The new stores are facing the Russell Hotel on Carnarvon
street, forming part of the Odd Fellows Block. The stores are perhaps the best
adapted to the grocery business in the city; the entire flooring being of concrete, mice
and other rodents are unable to penetrate. The stock is entirely new, the best and
purest of every line only being kept, and the prices, as shown below, are impossible to
beat. Since starting business in the Royal City E. J. Fader has spent hundreds of
thousands of dollars in salaries, and confidently looks forward to his store being strongly
patronized by not only the business men of the city, but by all careful housewives looking for the best as well as the cheapest.
Attention is also drawn to the Pitt Lake Brick, Real Estate and Timber propositions,
and Machinery.
E.   J.   PADER  GROCERY
Telephone   97
Odd Fellows Block, Eighth and Carnarvon Streets.
Save money by buying your groceries here.   Others are, so why not you?
GRANULATED SUGAR���
IS  pounds for    $1-00
SHREDDED COCOANUT���
ivr pound 	
RECLEANED  CURRANTS���
2, pounds for	
.25c
.25c
CHOICE SEEDED RAISINS���
16-ounce packages, 3 packages for 25c
CHOICE COOKING FIGS���
3 pounds for	
CHOICE PRUNES���
4 pounds for  	
CHOICE  PINEAPPLES���
1 1-2-pound tins.      Each  .
GINGER SNAPS���
3 pounds for ����� ��� ���
.25c
,25c
.10c
.25c
SHILLINGS'  BEST  BAKING  POWDER���
Per can . 40c
CANNED TOMATOES (Quaker    Brand)���
Large cans, 2 Tor 25c
CANNED CORN  (Quaker Branch ���
Per can, each    10c
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER���
3 cans for ... 25c
Crockery and Glassware.
As we _lo not Intend to carry this   line,   we  are  clearing   It
out AT COST, and some lines even less than cost.
SEE OUR DINNER SETS FOR $12.50.      IF    YOU     REQUIRE
ONE YOU WILL BUY.
PROMPT DELIVERY.
TELEPHONE 97.
The Pitt Lake Brick and Cement Co.
Is placing on the market building  brick   that   defies  competition     We will be pleased to show you samples    of   both face
and'common brick and to quote prices. 	
We will deliver the goods  In large or small lots at short
notice.
OFFICE   248   COLUMBIA   ST. TELEPHONE   295.     P.   O.   BOX   249.
Inside Property.
Come and have a look'nt a block of city property, comprising thirty lots, that I will sell for |7500. The terms are
easy and the property good.
E. J. FADER,
Offices:  Northern Crown Bank.
The Hotel Russell
Proprietor, E. J. FADER.
n_,_  nr NEW WESTMINSTER'S GREATEST ASSETS  IS THE  HANDSOME  BUILDING   KNOWN  AS  THE   HOTEL    RUSSELL      MAG-
���JT Ev  pubNISHED    IT  IS THE   EQUAL OF ANY   HOTEL ON THE  PACIFIC SLOPE.      NOT AS  LARGE AS THE VANCOUVER HOTEL
��1tmp Impress of victoria,   still it is a model on the same lines.
0R THuwn    MF BEDROOM suites with bath and retiring rooms, splendid dining hall and   billiard   rooms, while
THE  DRAW.NG ANO  READING   ROOMS ARE FITTED TO EVERY NEED.
THE  DRTAj;,NRb0TUNDA   |8   PROBABLY THE FINEST ON THE COAST.
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7//�� OPPOSING RAIL WA Y POLICIES
of the Government and the Provincial Rights Parties
in the Interior.
(PUBLISHED BY COURTESY OF Tula SATURDAY SUNSET.)
Readers are earnestly requested to
carefully study the above map. It
���hows the routes to be adopted by
the opposing parlies after present
election. The line starting aolng the
North Thompson river on the north
bank, following down the river and
crossing between Ashcroft .and the
Spence's Bridge and thence down to
Hope is the C. N. R. the bonds of
which are to be guaranteed to the
extent of $35,000, If the McBride Government Ib re-elected. The other line
alongside it is the C. P. R.
The Kettle Valley line Is the zig
zag black line from Penticton to Merritt where it connects with the C
P. R.
It will be seen that this line does
not touch Princeton coal, that lt ls
many miles from Granite Creek coal
and that it gives no connection between Aspen Grove nnd Nicola There
ls nothing ln the McBride policy to
provide Tor any of these connections
Neither is there any short connection
across the Hope Mountains Penticton by the Kettle Valley route ls 860 !
miles from Vancouver. By the Opposition  policy it  would  be only 241 '
miles. Princeton, which is not touched by the K. V., would, by the Opposition policy, be 150 miles from Vancouver. Granite Creek coal would be
130 miles. Hedley would be 175 miles
and Keremeos 196 nilies. All these
would be brought into touch with
Vancouver.
The Opposition ls not opposed lo
the construction of the Kettle Valley
nor of aiding it by subsidy. It Is very
much ln favor of it. It provides part
of tho Hope Mountain link which the
Opposition   Is   committed   to.
Note where the dotted line touches
tlie Kettle Valley line ou tiie Coquo-
halla.    That  is  Just  37  miles.    The
I Opposition  will  build  that link, and
give the Kettle Valley, tho C. P.  R.,
the V. V.  & E.  and  all  other roads
running rights over It.   THAT LINK
IS THE  KEY TO THE SITUATION.
Hy  lt  the  can  control   freight  rates
to any  part  of  Southern   Britsh   Co-
��� lumbia.    The  V.  V.  &  E.    would be
I only too glad to build from Prlncton
where the line Is now completed, to
the Junction of the K. V. and the Government line.   Thus the whole of the
Southern Slinflkunieen, the Boundary,
the Okanagan, the Kootenays, would
| be connected  up at one stroke and
the  province  would  be  ln    absolute
control of the freight situation.
The heavy line from Kamloops to
Nicola ls the proposed G. T. P. line.
That line might be extended to Hope
by following the route of the K. V.
up the Coldwater and going down the
Coquohalla, but lf the K. V. is built
that wlll not be necessary as the G.
T. P. can secure running rights over
the K. V. to the Government line and
thus come Into Hope.
The G. T. P. ls willing now to en-
Iter into a contract to build from ^
Jaune Cache and to   onBBJW    ���
I struction as soon ns the cou
Binned. ,   |. not
The Provincial Rights P;l,l-V, Jj R.
opposed to the coming of tne v. ��� )(
It wants the 0. N. B. to C"X jgjd
wants it to come on a baiM' hjcll
will be fair to British Co "tnbU gncfl
will return value for the ������ oI.
given to It.   Under th   McB ��g ilDd
lev we get a maximum of i aw ��� cnn.
a minimum of either se'^
trol  of rates, in fact absolute
control.
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TIME TABLE
Mail Service
*NC0UVE*   VICTORIA
s.s.
Oliver
princess
11 p.m., 6��
I.
daily
exwpt
S.S.
C_i;iinlcr
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at lhe Xew Westminster post office, the hour given ln
leach case being the Hour or closing
I which is half an hour, a.s _ rule, before the actual despatch.    All malls,
unless otherwise stated, are. despatched and received dally except Sunday.
The   only   mails   dispatQhea   and   re
Victoria  leaves   Van- : celved Sunday are the Ci. X   R. South
direct to beai.-,anil q_ Pi u  ea8t mall8| n0l lnoludlng
the   way   mails,     Sapperton,     KraSer
Mills and Coqultlam.
SEATTLE
ROUTE.
lng
W'ednesday.
leaves   Vancouver
I p)., dauy i��|   Charlotte leaves Van
SS- l,nm:s"   daily, except Friday. Mails Despatcned
Louver: 10*   ���    ' fi:0o a.m.   (closed at eleven o'clock
  the  previous   nighl)���Vancouver    via
leave Victoria for G. X. It. Owl.
every Tuesday.
will
eg Trader
"Wf^f ^stminster on  Wed
Leaves n<
lay.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
:R. C. Electric railwa v.
First C. P. R. east taking all points
least including Langley and district.
1 The mail for Abbotsiord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and dis'riet, and Matsqui are des-
,��� victoria 11 l'-m- lsI aa(1 lih patched by way of Vancouver.
- Q^��lno ^nd    way     8   a.m._Blalne    ana    Seattle,    In-
''   ",    'j eluding all U. S. point, east and soutti;
book  anu and Hall,g pralrle  pernridge and Haz
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
j Sal unlays.
All Surrey
(or
���i        , Quatsino
me.) P��rts'        __
���a,h  of  each
Cape
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
p.m.
t
Lea\
ALASKA  ROUTE
malls are received from
Cloverdale, excepl   li ill'.   Prairie,  ll i
dally, ex-  zelmere and Fern ridge, which arrive on
Nanaimo  at  7  ""'  *>ort Ul,"'!|on   train on  Tuesdays
| Thursdays   aud   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
CVutrai Park, via B. C. Electric Rail-
Royal,   1
. ad July 9.
1 May    leaves
ives   Vancouver
Vancouver
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
leaves Vancouvei
; July
BC, COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
ss , , n     leaves    Vancouver
���..'.,    '  _ | 27, and every two weeks
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FRASER   RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
Westminster    Monday,
m ��� : Frl lay at s a.m
prom i    : Iwack Tuesday, Thursday
Ind ���- ti     ���    ii ~ a '"���
rations   anl   information
ED. GOULET,
Agent, X'-w Westminster
C. B, FOSTER,
Pass  Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TKOI iv
Superintend mt  Victoria.
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Excellent Train Service Betwee.
icago, London,
i way.
12:30 p.m.���StrawDerry hiu, Tlm-
beriand and South Westminster, bv
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
liuti p.m.���East Burnany, by courier.
2:00 p.m,���Burqultlam, iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer montns tuose at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Fort
Guichon, Westham island and Sunbury, dally except Sundaj ; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
|"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mall des-
patched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and fiper
Siding, via G. X. it. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nioomekl, and
Porl Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
.Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday  and  Frielay.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaoy
lake, via li. ('. Electric Railway. Sat-
unlay an extra mai] Is des] ati o el to
Victoria  via Vancouver at  this hour.
Blaine and Seattle. Including all V.
S. points east and south, via ll. N K
"Flyer."
fi p.m.���Second C. P. R��� east, Fra
Ber Mills. This mall takes the following local places: TCarnc-t and
'Port Moody. Pitt Meadows, Port Ham-
mond, Port Haney. Mission, Chiiliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Vgassiz,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spences' Brldege, Nlc-
ol i and district, and all points ast
1 :  Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
6: I'e  a.i:e.   -Blaine and    Seatth?, Including all r. S. points, via G, N. tt.
"Owl."
S:20  a.m.���Vancouver and   Victoria
(i xi' pt   i uesday),  via  B   t'.  bib ctrtc
��� I rp I Railway.
hamilton,   lOlOntO,      ���"���"���'.�� W|00 a-m.-Strawberry Hill,
' ' by courier (Tm   lay and Friday |,
[Montreal, Quebec,        L9!i��,?rv" uver and vlctorm'
r\       |        in      . LO: 00  to  11 :���-��� Ladner,   fori
lOnland,  bOSlOn, Guichon, Westham  Island and (Tues
day, Thursday  and  Saturday)   Wood
vinal business centers of  ward, via steamer J. C Bruce, (Steves
���ONTARIO  "i EBEC and  the MAKI-  ,<M1   lespatched and received via Van-
TIME PROVINCES couv''''
8:40 am.���r. p. r, easi (first train)
I'    to Bl FFALO, NEW YORK ana Sapperton,   Eraser   Mills  and  Coquit-
PIUDELPHIA   via Niagara Falls. ^ p.m._Vancouver< Cemral Park
������ tables, etc.. address        ail(| Fraser Arm.
GEO   w   VALiX. 1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burqultlam, by couTier.
|AssisUn1 Gen'l Pass��mger and Ticket     ;1:3n P-m.-Blalne and   Seattle, in-
Atrrat, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. III.      eluding all U, S. points.
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mail   east,   and
��� ���-   losed mall from Sumas. and Seattle.
WHEN GOING EAST    ggffi s A '""""��� nnd ^��
|ASK THE TICKET AGENT ~~~
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HSnt iram.s Every Day in the Year _ . h���|
between Laughlin |r^
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Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
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consists of private eompart-
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BerviCe J "atmns iln excellence    ot
nnt obtainable elsewhere.
131 Third's,S' U0WE- Onnural Agent,
cor. Alder. Portland, Or.
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lluilralluns are Exact Bill
Every v" guaranteed
full U Ki. Bclld OOlll CUt
an unlit haiul way be ha.I
in ether our slaii.liinl
lei.uk opaque pattern, or
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plain or engravetd li.ilsli,
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PAGE NINE-
Many Trustees j TACOMA BUTCHERS UP
Attend Convention      FOR PRESERVING MEAT
ff'ontinued trom Page One.)
of funds accorded to trustees In the
larger cities and other matters, which
were passed al the last convention
''""' forwarded to tbe government, but
which had received no attention, were
repassed. They will be brought again
t0 o" attention of tbe provincial governmenl at the earliest possible mo-
ment,
Resolutions   Discussed.
fhe loll.,wing resolutions were presented and discussed, but  their final
fate was not decided upon:
efalet  taotaol taotao an aoi....
"Resolved, that Section 107 should
|l" amended by Inserting 'or absent-
inn himself for three regular meetings of the board except by permission of same.' I Suburban Trustees'
Ae Bociation.)
"Resolved, thai it would be advisable to have the act amended to allow of giving 30 days' not! ;i to a
teacher who is not giving satisfaction, and where the Inspector s report Is very unsatisfactory. (Okana-
I ea board.)
"Resolved, that school tr istees be
placed on the same basis, as regards
salary and remuneration, as members
.���I municipal councils. (Suburban
Trustees' Association.)
"Resolved, that the School act
should be amended as to provldi a
penalty and disqualification for a
trustee violating S. S. 4; and D4. (Suburban Trustees' Association.)"
In the evening the school trustees
were guests at the big banquet given
by the citizens of Chiiliwack to tho
layman missionaries who are now
making a slay In the uocountry town.
J. C. Robinson in Chair.
In the absence of Aid. Planta of
Nanaimo. president of the convention,
whose business as a candidate is
kei ping him at home. J. C, Robinson,
of the Chiiliwack school hoard is occupying iii" chair at the sessions of
the convention.
Local Opticnists
Plan Crusade
Deputy     Food     Commissioner  Adams
Instigates Arrest of Fourteen
Shopkeepers.
NEW GUN DESIGNED
TO SHOOT AIRSHIPS
Shell     Leaves   Big     Trail   of    Smoke
That Will Guide the Aerial
Marksman.
Tacoma, Nov. 17.���Tacoma butchers
may nervously shiver today���and not .
from the effects of anj cold weather
���for fourteen of their number will
be arrested tbis afternoon, accused
of the illegal use of preservatives in
chopped meats. Wlll ll. Adams deputy state dairy aad food commissioner, arrived in the city hea nlghi to
push the "Preezum" campaign begun
by the state early lasi  summer.
Evidences of guilt have been found
by slate chemists againsi nearly 30
iii'i cenl of the Tacoma meat dealers
from whose shops samples of hamburger and bulk sausage were taken
by Deputy Commissioner Adams when
be visited Tacoma in September.
There were thirty-one samples taken
and of this number bul Beventi en
were found free from preservatives
upon examination In the state laboratories.
Because of his inabilltj to confer
with Prosecuting Attorney .1. I.. Mc-
Murray yesterday, Inspector Adams
refused to give oul the names ol bm-
butchers who will be arrested today.
Warrants will be served upon them
late this afternoon and the cases set
for hearing in a local justice's court.
GAVE DISTRESS SIGNAL,
MUST GO TO JAIL
Member of Secret Society, Who Tried
to   Influence   Jurors,  Gets   Stiff
Sentence.
(Continued  trom Page One.)
sion that he was a believer in woman
suffrage and hoped the day would
come and come soon, wheu the women ol the prov ince would be allow ed
eo vote on questions such as th. se.
He found that the local option s, iril
was permeating everywhere, in fact
there were local option na n among
the Socialist and Labor candidates.
At the close of his addrei a col-
taken ap to pro Ide for
the expenses ol the campali n, after
which a general discussion took
place.
Wants   Pulpit   Denunciation.
Some    of    the    ministers    pn
thought that the men who did not voti
im    local    option    ought    to b    de-
nounc d    from    the    church  pulpits,
Ri v. .1. S.   Henderson    and    Dr.  Sip-,
thai   the    local  op
m. n v. ould  have to mm e a loi  fa
than  they  had  been doing if an.   e
ai all was to be accomplished at the
coming    vote.     Mr,    Hendersoi
that  the movement  had been  i,!-
cally dead here for some time and Dr.
Sipprell  remarked  that  he had  made
efforts in gel some lit. ratui.- on the
subjeel  but bad been uns ti cessful.
However,  the  opinion  Of the  meet- |
lng  seemed    to  be    thai  something:
should be done and in all probability
the town  will be placarded with local
option posters, and  literal uie on  the
subecjt will be distributed.
There was some argument as to
Whether scrutineers would lie allowed
to be present at the polling booth.
but it was decided to provide them
in case tbey could be  used.
Philadelphia, .\"o\. 17.���Because he
gave "the distress signal" of a se. rei
society in court here today, Adolpb
Moskovitz, plaintiff In litigation involving a small amount of money,
was soil to prison for contempt of
court. He was detected giving signs
to the jurors and was asked for an
explanation by Judge Kinsey, He
informed the judge thai the sign was
that used by a secret order of which
he was a member when assistance
was needed. The case was a simple
one, and alter the jury had returned
a verdict in Moskovitz's favor, he was
taken into custody by order of the
Judge. In committing him for contempt Judge Kinsey gave .Moskovitz
a lecture and sai.l the secret order
aa.e Id make an example of him.
THEY'RE   AFTER   HIM.
i CANADIAN PACIFIC
R.C. Coast SS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To   Victoria���Daily   at   1:30   P.m.
To  Alaska���November  23,  11   p.m.
T.i Queen Charlotte Island���November 18.
To Nanalmo, I'nion, Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Monday i ii p.m.
To Nanaimo���Daily at 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser river to Chiiliwack
and way points���Steamer Beaver
leaves West minster at S a.m. on
.Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning, loaves Chiiliwack at 7 a.m.
on Tuesday, Thursdry and Sat unlay.
For further particulars call or address
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or
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Vancouver, B. C.
Police   Look   for   Culuhd     Gentleman
Who Stole  Meat.
George Jones, who describes himself as a colored gentleman, is being
sought by the citj police to answer
i.e a charge of thefl of meat from the
Royal City hotel and from the Fraser
Valley meat market. The negro was
a cook at the hotel in qui stioi
on Tuesday Is said to have hired n
dray, on which he loaded a sidi.. of
beef from the hold cold storage, two
hogs, two sides of million and two
hams from the Fraser Valley meat
market. The meat, it wtis found, was
sold for'$38 to the Merchants Cafe.
He then took the Owl train for pans
unknown, but presumably in a country where the Union Jack does not
Hy. The police ai Bellingham and
other points across the line have been
notified to be on the lookout for the
man. In the meantime Charlie Sato
and R. Takahiro, the proprietor and
cook respectively of the Merchants
Cafe, have been placed under arrest
on a charge of receiving stolen property.
Many Towns Want Ogilvie  Mills.
Fort William, Nov. 17.���H. W. Chai-
fant, superintendent of construction
for the Ogilvie Milling company is in
the city today, in connection with a
three hundred thousand dollar addition to the company's elevator. He
said that almost everywhere in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta,
towns were endeavoring to secure
new mills. Ogilive's intend erecting
here. "The exact location bas not
let been decided upon, but it will
shortly," he said.
Can Afford to Be Generous.
Toronto, Nov. 17.���The Sons of
Kngland have decided to pay to the
widow of Hugh Wilson, $1,000 less the
extra fees which were duo the society on account of bis change of occupation from a carter to a brake-
man. The society carried the case
to court and Judge Riddel 1 decided
they did not need to pay the claim on
account of the change of occupation.
The society having established a pre-
cedent In their favor, decided to be
ingiianimous in the widow's favor.
Paris, Nov. 17.���Experiments have
recently been carried out in Westphalia, states the .Matin, with a new
Krupp gun whicn bus been designed
for employment  against airships.
The recent manoeuvres bom in
France and Germany have demonstrated that ordinal., field pieces are nso
less against the aerial enemy, which
form a height of 2,000 feet is able to
determine with exactitude the positions of a hostile force, whatever
the Inequalities of the ground may
be. The two problems presenting
themselves in connection With tbe
construction of a gun for employment
against airships art ,firsl, the necessity for mobility, and second, the inclination of the gun toward any poini
in the horizon.
11 is claimed that all obstacles heve
been overcome In the new Krupp
model. .Mounted on a motor car. It
can give chase to an airship, while it
can be fired in either a vertical or a
horizontal position. It has a carrying power of live miles in a horizontal direction and of three miles when
aimed   vertically.
The most carious feature, however.
is the projectile, which, In addition
to the shell, carries a fuse that leaves
in the air a long trial of Btnoke, by
means of which the trajectory can
be observed and the angle of the gun
rectified. Tbe projectile is constructed to burst the moment it touches the
balloon  envelope.
man, who commits a cowardly murder and with the assistance of the woman, fastens the crime on Tom, who
is tried and convicted for tho crime
of another. Tom is sentenced to
State's prison for life, and the villainous pair congratulate themselves that
they have not only gotten rid of him,
but have secured immunity from "the
law themselves. But providence has
been watching over the blacksmith,
and unseen influences are at work
to thwart their plan. Humble friends
of Tom do not forget blm and their
endeavors to bring the case to the
notice of tiie Governor of Arkansas
are finally successful. The villains
are unmasked and Tom is proved innocent. The play is a pathetic one
with many thrilling scenes, but there
is a very strong comedy vein running
through it which gives the necessary
contrast.
Manager Nankeville has provided a
most adequate stage investiture for
the play, and has engaged an admirable company for its portrayal.
"Human Hearts" will play at the
Now Westminster Opera House on
Friday, November lb.
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Nov. 15, 1909.
Play Retains Its Popularity.
This city on Monday, November --
will have the privilege of seeing Cohan and Harris' most successful musical play, "Forty-Five .Minnies From
Broadway," at the opera liouse and although in iis fifth year it is now even
more popular than ever. The piece
lias been given a new scenic investiture, new costumes, and the author
,Geo. M. Cohan, has thoroughly rehearsed the big cast of excellent players who will be seen here. The good
logical story of "Forty-Fhc .Minnies
From Broadway" is of the kind that
is impervious to the ravages of time.
ll is full of heartj comedy and true
wit. music that never fails to win, a
chorus of unusually pretty girls and
a cast that could not be surpassed.
Charley Hrown. in his famous role of
"Kid Burns." tbe retired prize-fighter
Elizabeth Drew, iis "Plain Mary," a
character that stands out in cameo-
like prominence in the hands of this
splendid comedienne, bead lhe cast,
that with a few exceptions is the original one which endeared itself to N'ew
York during the long run on Broadway. Others in the casi are Lillian
May White. Susan Chisnell, Eugene
MacGregor, James A. Davett, Harry
Gwynette, Louis Gardni r, Roger
Hurst, Ninon De Varenne and Joseph
Kauffman.
"Human  Hearts."
The story of "Human Hearts" thai
beautiful poetical play of the simple
life of the homely folk of rural Arkansas, deals with the happenings to
lionesl Tom Logan, the village blacksmith. Tom dwells with his parents
In the picturesque spot ,,i the Arkansas Hills. There lu Ins pursuing
vocation, living a plain simple life;
the mainstay of his aged parents; he-
love;! by all who know him. and respected above his fellows. Oa a certain unlucky day. there came to the
village a beautiful woman, a temptress, unprincipled and black at heart,
but with a fascination that proved to
be the undoing of poor Tom Logan.
He immediately proceeded to fall in
love with her, asked her to marry
him, aud she became his wife. Happy
in bis fancied security, Tom lavished
all the affection on the woman that
was possible to an honest heart like
his, but it was not returned.
One day there appears on the scene
a villain, the former lover of the wo-
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER
United British  Columbia
Against Spoliation!
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To the Electors of British Columbia:
Since the announcement of the railway policy, a number of events have
occurred which make it clear that we
have reached a political cripis in the
Province, which requires your most
careful consideration. The promulgation of the policy was at once followed by the resignations of the Finance
Minister, Mr. Tai low. and the Minister of Lands. Mr. Pulton, on the
grounds that they could not give their
support to the arrangement arrived
at by Mr. McBrlde and Mr, Mann.
As was In be expected, the reasons
which made it Impossible for their
Ministers to remain in the Cabinet
have already commended themselves
to the public al large without regard
to political alliances, with the result
thai Sir Charles Hibbert Tapper, a
lifelong Conservative of the greatest
ability and distinction, and many
others who. like him, refuse to be
forced by partisan considerations to
join in the spoliation of the Province,
have declared themselves as vigorously opposed to the conclusion of an
arrangement which must Inevitably
destroy our credit, while securing
nothing in return.
In his nomination speech, the Hon.
Mr.  Bowser said:  "In giving you the
Canadian  Northern,  we  are  not  giving you one, hut  two transcontinent-
als, for (he G. T. P, intends to rush
Its Fort George to Vancouver branch
In competition, and expects to reach
here first, tte/i the Chicago, Milwaukee  &  St.  Paul is coming    to    our
coast, thus giving Vancouver and the
Lower Mainland at  an early date six
transcontinental railways.
tf we are to have six transcontinental railways serving Vancouver and
the Lower Mainland at an early day.
Is ii possible to conceive of a wilder
and more unconsidered project than
thai of pledging the entire credit of
the Province to secure the construction Of only one of these lines, especially ln view of the admission of
the Hon. Mr. Bowser, thai in nny
event tne Grand Trunk Paclflc railway expects to reach Vancouver ln
advance of that railway? If the
Grand Trunk Pacific and Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul, to say nothing of
the other lines to which he refers,
can come and are coming here without a guarantee or aid of any kind,
what madder project could be conceived than that of exhausting our
credit to bring in a single railway
which, like the rest, ls a declared
transcontinental railway, and must
come here in any event, and which
we could not keep out of the Province  in  any case?
it is admitted that the route proposed by Mr. McBride and Mr. Mann
double-track the G. T. P. in the Yel-
lowhead Pass and the C. P. R. down
the Fraser Valley. It Is admitted that
by the proposed Kettle Valley connection, the Okanagan and Kootenay
countries can be reached only by a
long ancl circuitous route, a great
part of which would also double-
track the C. P. It. The short and direct road to this city from the thickly
settled Kootenays and the rich Okanagan district is by the Hope Mountains portal, which Mr. Mann forced
Mr. McBride to abandon. The proper
route from Kamloops is that by Nicola Lake up the Coldwater, down the
Coquohalla, and thence to Vancouver,
a route which nowhere double-tracks
an existing railway, and everywhere
opens up new and valuable territory.
The two absolutely esesntial conditions to be complied with in any project for railway aid in this Province
are: First, the opening up of new territory, and second, cheap transportation. The McBride-Mann scheme, on
the contrary, provides for double-
tracking the C. P. H. throughout most
of Its length, and does not contemplate the building of a single branch
line. It makes no provision whatever
with regard to freight rates, ln his
nomination speech Mr. Bowser said:
"There might be some questioning as
to the control of passenger and freight
rates, but when we discussed this
matter with Mackenzie ft Mann we
came to the conclusion that it would
not be wise to have such a clause inserted in the agreement." The McBrlde Government, after consideration, deliberately decided  to exclude
all mention of freight and passenger
rates from the agreement. For this
action no excuse can possibly be assigned. If the Province is not to receive a railway that will aid us in ou'
task of opening-up and developing
over 300,000 square miles of territory,
the only reason that would be put
forward .01 aiding a double-tracking
through line of easy grades would be
that it would reduce freight and passenger rates to a minimum, yet we
are told a proviso to this effect woul 1
be unwise. Could anything be more
obvious tha nthe fact that under this
wild and unconsidered arrangement
w.. arc asked to mortgage our credit
to the last dollar for a railway which
refuses to give us an consideration
whatever in return?
I have stated repeatedly that we
are not cppcsel to the coming of the
Cana lian Nori' ern. but are anxious
CO bring it lu In 1P0S Mr. McBride
said ''Presently no doubt, we will
have Mackenzie &. Mann knocking at
oil'1 doois let u-- give decent intelligent (nc.j'.i.'.igenient to these undertakings but itt UH give nothing
more." At the Fame time he said:
'It actually does seem to me that
tin- laihvays oro doing better without
Government hom ses than they did
wh^n the> wi( in receipt of these
favors fiotn mu Q'vernment of the
day" A mote e\ti" ordinary change
of \iev than tliat which Mr. McBride
has experiencei since Mackenzie &
Mann "knocked at the door" would
be haul io ItiiHglne l adhere to the
position ul lol M' McBride has
abandoned ninl car only repeal his
woids, 'ht us give decent intelligent
encomai.i ir. nt to these undertaking,
bui   let   ns  give   nothing   more."
To lighten the burden for the Prov-
Ine as much as possible, and at the
same tmle provide for what is absolutely essential���THE OPENING UP
OF NEW TERRITORY���my proposition would be to get. Dominion and
Provincial cash subsidies for the road
from Vellowhead, down the North
Thompson to Kamloops; thence by
way of Nicola Lake to Merritt; up
the Coldwater to the Summit,  down
the Coquohala to Hope, and thence to
the coast. 1 understand the Canadian
Northern objects to building through
the Hope mountains on account of the
grade. I look upon the Pass through
the Hope Mountains as one of great
importance. If the Canadian Northern
is prepared to build through that
Pass upon receipt of a reasonable
subsidy, I would advocate that the
road through the Hope mountains
should he constructed by the Government as a Government road, connecting with the V., V. & E. and the B.
('. Electric railroads to the west of
the Hope Mountains, and with the
V., V. & B., the Kettle Valley railway
and the Canadian Northern railway to
the east of the mountains. If 'his
were doDe. running rights could be
granted to all these roads, on a basis
similar to that on which rights of a
similar character are given to run
over the railway bridge at New Westminster. Under such arrangements
not only would new areas be opened
up by every mile of railway, but all
points in tlie Kootenays and Okanagan, with their vast stores of farm
produce, fruit, coal and gold, would
be brought almost to the very doors
of Vancouver.
To further open up portions of the
Province at present inaccessible, and
to make use as far as possible of the
subsidies, amounting to nearly seven
million dollars, already offered by the
Dominion Government to assist the
building of railways, I would discontinue the insane policy of fighting
Ottawa, and make Intelligent use of
the subventions already at our disposal.
By following- out the Opposition
program, the Province would be guaranteed the Immediate construction of
one thousand miles of railway, every
mile of which would open up new
territory, instead of BOO miles, of
which 300 miles doublet racks railways already in existence, while only
2no miles are intended to serve new
territory. Even of the B00 miles
offered by the McBride-Mann agreement much that Is not double-trackage is simply waste, as for example,
the proposal to reach Vancouver from
the Kettle  Valley  hy  way of Spenci
Bridge and the    C.   P.  R.  instead of
coming hy the short and direct route
hy  way of Hope mountains.
The mildness of the McBride project, and all the circumstances under
which it has heen forced upon the
electors���who are not offered a com
pleted agreement, who are kepi ln
the dark as to whal it may finally
contain, who are daily misled as to
what it does contain, who are denied
rime to consider its provisions, and
from whom the voters' lists are craftily withheld for the deliberate purpose of preventing a free expression
of puhlic opinion���Bhould be a sufficient warning thai a crisis has been
reached in the management of the affairs of the province which may had
to disaster which it is Impossible to
overestimate.
The present is therefore not the
time to allow ourselves to be blinded
or even influenced by party considerations. Two Ministers of the
Crown, and many others of character
and integrity, have refused to have
their hands tied while the province is
being plundered by the sacrifice of
our credit, without return of any
kind; what they can afford to do,
others need not be ashamed to undertake. The present contest Is In no
sense political. It is no more political than was the tight waged by
Manitoba against railway monopoly
and the disallowance of railway charters. The Opposition which I have
the honor to lead Is fighting with all
the strength 11 can muster ln favor of
Provincial Bights, and against a mischievous attempt, pursued by methods the most devious and vicious, for
the purpose of handing British Columbia over, bound and helpless to ,"'
exploited hy a railway corporation.
On behalf of a United British Columbia, I appeal confidently to every
serious mind, to every lover of the
Province, to spare no effort to P'e-
vent the realization of the McBrlde-
Bowser-Mann project.
JOHN OLIVER.
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ER 18, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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connection   between    this new
transcontinental railway and Vancouver    island.      It is    called    English
Bluff.     Many people heard of it for
"", 1:i - time as pari of this railway
policy; many people believe thai it is
'"." ;i" essenUal pari of the scheme
01  construction and  that, in  the re-
"""'' evenl of the endorsation of the
��licy by the electors, the bluff would
''"' dropped out of It, in favor of some
other   poinl     mon.    practical,      Mr.
l!"v'Oi . bluff, however, is of another
sort,  resembling  the  other    onlv   In
respect   thai   whereas    English   Bluff
'���    o the Inrolllng Paciflc, Mr. Bow-
bluH rises gaunt and unplctur-
esque, confronting    and    opposing a
v"'oie   ie...an of fact, a whole decade
'' practical experience of Bowserism.
Al   Fernie, the other day, Mr. Oliver
offered to pul  up $100 againsi  Mr. W.
'.-  Koss,  thai   In  the  provincial   contracl with the (1. T. P., dated Feb. 10,
l:"LS.  there  ia  nol   one   word   to  the
effeel   thai   "white"  labor  should   be
employed on  the construction  of the
'    o   thai   white workmen's wages
��� J be paid.     Mr. Bowsi r, follow-
Ihe  rules  of   the  gam,,  ol   bluff,
not   lake,    the  bet;     he  merely
���   Btakes from $ioo to $1000.
We do i.i.t commeni upou th    sei m-
emliness of a  cju 'stion
of  greal   sociological  and    Industrial
importance being made the Bubject of
���;   bi t,  i. ,i   we do poi.u   to  Mr.   Bow-
method,     Ho raises the staki s,
In the hope of bluffing, or beggaring,
ids opponent. If he would leave them
al the n asot. eai,. Qgure al   which he
started,    nol  only    the    member for
Delta bul a few  other poor folk .such
as   newspapermen,   would  cover  that
bet.     From Revelstoke to Vancouver
Mr. Bowser has road from a contracl
which he describes as the one- in dispute.    He is merely bluffing i b c-
tors.���Vancouver World.
this district, aud it does not appear to
be auy better anywhere else. The
Vancouver Sunset has with other papers, roundly condemned it. The
muddle by which the men who held
up the C.P.R. train last May got
away, was a disgrace to the department, and the blood of the brave officer, Constable Decker, is on the head
of Attorney-General Bowser for the
gross incapacity displayed by his de-
partmenl on that occasion.
Now the mail stage is held up on
the Cariboo road, and we expect to
Bee a repi titlon of the screaming
farce known bj the nam,. Provincial
Police. Gun-a-Noot, the Indian murderer, still roams the country at large
and Bets British law ai defiance.
Prince Rupert is crowded with "blind
pigs," running free and unhindered.
The man who fired the Vernon Hotel
and destroyed eleven lives, still roamg
the Okanagan valley uncaptured.
Magistrates and couri officers tamper
with coun records and public documents as the plaything of party degradation.
These Irregularities are Ignored,
these offences go unpunished, and the
perpi trators probably slated for official promotion. In no othei- portion
of the King's Dominions would such
a sc indal and travesty on justice b i
pel uiitted io continue as we find In
British Columbia today, a blot on the
Union .lack and British institutions,
of whii a British Columbia has hitherto fell proud.���Reve'stoke Mall-Herald,
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from a point al
Vancouver or
enlenl  poini  on   the
ft'Jl Burrard Inlel to a point  at
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:  British  Columbia
i'railwaj  being in addi-
Ine of railway  between
��� Points which is authorized
company's acl of    Incorpora-
m 'rom the said poinl al  or
Jelty of New Westminster to
���J Bide   of   the Fraser river.
b? the    mOBl     feasible   route
N'A    Westminster District
���' ' ; tori) and northerly di-
.throu8l   th,   districts  Of  Yale.
'  ��� I  to a  poinl   on
t... .. om Willow river to
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*;.,,"' ' 'che   thence northwest-
Kg** '    ' ��� railwaj au
C ,,    '      ���    ie'.. or the Stat-
b. along the South Fork of
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Fori McLeod; thenee
���  route to Hazel-
point    on  the
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth  St.
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fl.h.!!."': ;,,li| m   London,  Eng.
Take noiice that an application has
heen made to register Thomas Knight
Jr., as the owner ln fee simple, under
B tax sale deed from Inspector of
Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing
date the 5th day of September, A.D,
1907, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract ot hind and premises
situate, lying and being In the Di*
trict of New Westminster, in the
Provinc" of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as
Lots 9 and 10, Block 10, of part of
Lol 29A, Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
under vou and all persons claiming
anv Interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument.
and all persons claiming any interest
In the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,
are required to coolest the claim Of
the   lax     purchaser     Within   forty-live
days from the date of the service of
this notice iiluin you. and in delault
Of a caveat or certificate Ol lis pendens being filed within Buch period,
or In default of redemption hetme
registration, you and each of you Will
he forever estopped and debarrea
from setting up nny claim to or W
respeel of the said hind, nnd 1 Bhal
register Thomas Knight Jr. us OWnet
thereof in  fee.      And  I  hereby direct
lhat publication of thia notice roi
thirty days in a daily newspaper puh
liBhed   In   N'ew     Wesl minster    and   a
weekly newspaper published al t1|11'
11 wack will be good and sufficient sei-
vice  thereof. ftffl���.
Dated ai the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 13th day ol octo-
"'"������ 'V a   l9PP-   C  S  KEITH,
nisi rlci Registrar.
To Jane Wilkinson. 2'10'-,'
I t.t ^     "lk. Chicago and Spokane,
mJ r.***��> City,   A general
^'(',���,77'*    tran8��ted.       Lot-
|     J    'n   available with
%.      "ts ln   all  parts of    the
'���    ;   !:'"li toparttnent-DapoBlta
KCT8of �� ��rt upward,
hi ^r:,;;^���
D- BRYMNKll. Manager.
Flying From the Foe.
When lasl  I..-ard from Messrs. Mc-
Bi Ide and    Bowser    were    al   Ri vel-
stoke.      With  the  aid of swifi  automobiles  and  special  trains  they  ha', a
so far managed to elude .Sir Hibbert
Tupper,   Mr.  Oliver    and   Mr.   Wade.
They  ride far into the nighl  to avoid
meeting the men who are trying to
confront  and  corner them.      But the
daj   is  fasl   approaching   when   ilight
will  no  longei   be  possible, and the
culprits  ��iil  have to meet  their op-
poi ��� nts   and    answer    i hi   opposition
arguments���if    they can.      The feeling against  the governmenl  policy Is
grow lng houi ly.     The schism in the
Conservative   ranks   Is  becoming   wider ami uieiar. and as the true nature
of the bargain that Premier McBride
made  with the Canadian  North-
da a a    on  i" ople's minds, dissat-
.    a ri,,n is gi\lng way to Indignation
.   Indications  of  a  ri roi    an   be-
.  .   . ...   and mon   appar. ,i .    Al
.   ��� cou\ er, Xanaimo. Ki"i el-
���   and  all   along  the  llm   o    thi
a oposi d railway  to thi   i con-
i... lia .���. I
lion is growing, an.l electors an   :
paring to go to i he polls on I
and rote aj alnsi a scheme which
dopted will  rivei   tl     sha k       o
thi   i lanadian Northern Railway abo il
. for  thn .��� geni i itions.      If
the present   company,    Mackenzie  &
.. want a railway to the i
they should build It themselves and
not casi the burden of construi
on the \i-:m Ince. If the scheme should
be rejected���and there is everj rea
son to think that it will he���the railway will come anyhow without the
province spending a dollar. Extension to the coast is a necessity to
Mackenzie & .Mann. If they cannol
secure an outlet on the Paclflc they
must throw up their hands an.l sell
out to some eompany that is strong
.���nough to build its own road without
passing the poor box about for contributions from the provinces.���Victoria Times.
Captain Tatlow"s Position.
Captain Tatlow is now boldly accused of being nothing more than a
tool o 'ie.. i . p. ,;. xhal is the Inti rpretation po..., ;. pU| Up0n ],js action and his silence by his former
colleagues In the Conservative party.
The ex-Finance Minister should tell
all he i. lows about that railway deal
and vindicate himself.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving" a greasv
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-       v      /
portions to cleanse    \s\\ \ //,/
easily,  vigorously,
and without harm to
fabric,  utensil  or
hands,
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Of What Vaiue.
Having arranged for a through traffic line the utter usulessuess oi which
as a colonizing or development road!
is admitted by the government party.
;-.., question arises, what value is
such a road to Britisli Columhia'.' It
it worth the price this province is
asked to pay���the assumption of a
liabllltj of $45,000,000 which will
crippli our borrowing powers for the
next thirty years and for many years
tie us up so that we cannot assist any
railways which will be of real utility
to the province?
Cannol the C. N, R, be secured for
this province at a much less risk of
our credil than that Involved in tliis
"wild and unconsidered" policy? Is
it not possible to make better terms
wiili Dan Mann than those put forward ie> uie governmenl exploiters?
Could not Dan Mann be induced or
forced o ai ��� ��� pt  better term.-'.'
Wi know the C. T. P. is anxious
to make a bargain with the governmenl to build from the Yellowhead to
Hope via Kamloops and Nicola. Bowser leas said they wanted a guarantee
eef $50,  a mile.     Thai is not true,
fee.- i have ll  trom a responsib ������ offi-
i   G   T,  P. th it n . negotiations .'���; ate1 ���     I... " this line
have pas           tween thi        ���  nment
and  the. G.  T   P.     From  the same
source  1  am  informed  thai   the tb  T.
!'. is ready to accept Infinitely b
terms ihan    those with    Dan  Mann,
thai the G. T. P. will commence
e.n and  finish  their line as
soon as Han Mann c in or will.
Instead ol the governmenl taking
advantage of the situation to force
Dan Mann to more advantageous
terms in the interests of Britisli Columhia the governmenl jumps at the
Bob Green-Dan Mann deal like a trout
oi a fly, and then Invites the province
to bite at the same bait.���Saturday J
Sunset.
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Windsor Hotel.
A. S. Griffith, Hazelmere.
C, Godhout,  Buskin.
Jos. Preemon,  Mission.
K. B. Fraser, Oxford  Bay.
,1. L. Hudson, Vancouver.
J.  S.  Km.pp.  Everett.
J. Carmachael, Vancouver.
G.   Cuddle,   Victoria.
E. C. Knowlton and wife, Seatile.
J. O.  Manzer, Silverdale.
T. Anderson, Uxbridge.
MRS. EDDY SETTLES
$300,000 ON SONS
Her   Natural   Son   Gets   $245,000,   and
Her  Adopted   Son   $55,000,  and
Forfeits Legacies.
QUEEN   HELENA  TO
BECOME A MEMBER
Provincial Police Force.
Since the provincial police force
has heen under control of Attorney-
General Bowser, il has become a
scandal lo the puhlic service, ll
has developed into the plaything of
party, and has become the refuge of
party heelers, who can't get anything
else'to do. We know what tlle provincial    police   administration    is In
Atlantic City. Xov. '7.���Queen Helena, of Italy, is to become a member
of the International Congress of Mothers, according to letters received
from the Italian Embassy at Wash-
intgon by the hoard of managers of
the National Congress of Mothers at
their session here yesterday. Queen
Helena declared her intention of sending a special envoy to the meeting
of organized mothers next year. It
ls expected that Kt.topean sovereigns
will follow suit. The managers decided to hold the National Congress
at Denver, June It! to 30.
Russell   Hotel.
E,
11. Hill, Pitt River.
C.
J. Kowhoihan, Vancouver.
T.
\V. Gray.  Pitt   River.
O.
S.   Williams,  Spokane.
F.
J. Phillips and wife. Vancouver.
S.
G.  Joms.   Vancouver.
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E.  Heizer,  Vancouver.
F.
R. Glover.  Vancouver.
P.
D. Thygesen, Surrey.
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11.   Lumford,  Seattle.
F.
YV.   Reid.   Albion.
F.
S. Dudley, Vancouver.
J.
E.   1 lackshaw,  Vancou-1
VV
. s. Camen in, Vancouver.
c.
B.  Brydone,  Vancouver.
c.
Welch.   Vancouver.
R,
A.   Hunt.   Vancouv. r.
J.
F. McKinnon, Vancouver.
K.
ll. Coupe, Vancouver,
VV
11. .la.pn s.  Vancouver.
.1.
Cilan, Bon Accord.
R.
(1   Ward. Vancouver.
VV
Iloiiie.   Toronto.
vv
11. Movason, Vancouver,
c,
C.   Schumaker,  Vancouver.
J.
E. Cowan. Vancouver.
A.
VV,  Bee.  Vancouver.
STRIKE OF 2.000,000
MEN   NOT  FAVORED
Boston, Mass., Nov. IT.���A family
settlement involving $:iOti,000 between
Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy, the Christian Science leader, and her son, Geo.
VV. Clover of South Dakota, and her
adopted son, Ebenezer J. Foster Eddy,
of Vermont, has been concluded, according to announcement made by representatives of Mrs. Eddy here today.
Dnder those settlement ar"angements
George W. Glover and liis family re-
ceive the sum of $245,000, and Ebei-
ezer .1.  Coster  Eddy  receives $55,000.
ln consideration of the money i'o-
ceived, Mrs. Eddy's son and adopted
son have executed deeds relinguish-
Ing all their present and prospective
rights or expectant Inten sts in Mrs.
Eddy's  estate.
In 1907 both Mr. Glover and Mr-
Eddy participated in an effort to secure an accounting of their mother's
estate on the ground that she was
mentally incompetent.
N'ew York. Nov. IT.���The suggested
strike of the 2,000,000 members of
Ihe American Federation Of Labor,
should the United States supreme
court decide the contempt cases
against Messrs. Gompers, Mitchell
and Morrison.p reposed by the Central Federation of Philadelphia, is
not approved by local labor leaders.
Presidents and other officers of the
largest unions in this city declare
that the plan would violate all pending agreements with employers, which
would be fatal to labor oragnizations.
and therefore the calling of such a
strike would he the hardest blow the
American Federation could give itself.
THEY FOUND THE
CHURCHES HALF EMPTY
Toronto, Nov. IT.���Chief of Police
Grasett appears to be after tlie
churches as well as the theatres. He
says that he will not allow any crowding the aisles in churches auy more
than in tlie theatres. Men were sent
out last Sunday to see if the aisles in
(diinches were crowded, but all reports that came in were to the effect
thai the churches were half empty.
The complaint about crowding was
made hy the Architects' Association.
Diaz May Virtually Retire.
El Paso. Tex., Nov. IT.���The El
Paso Herald today prints what it
claims is authentic information, declaring that Enrique Creel will enter
tlie Diaz cabinet in a short time as
chief advisor representing President
Diaz, and that Vice-President Corral
will assume active charge of the government, leaving Diaz to rest and virtually retire.
Nominations Throughout the Province.
District
Conservative.
Liberal
Other Parties.
',ate Member.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Tho condition of the old bridge �� !
not   considered    safo    for    ^S?��J
traffic,  and  the public ,f��e���2art
cautioned  &gain*t    Hauling loads
any kind over It fter
Persons  continuing    0 do M^ arte
this notice must take all the nsas
themselves. ���TrviniN
By order. W. A. DUNCAN^
City  Hall,  New Westminster, W
23rd. 1909.
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Alberni   ...    .
Cariboo (2)  ���
Chiiliwack   ..
Comox   ...   .
Cranbrook
Cowichan   ..
Columbia   .. .
Delta   	
Dewdney ...
Esquimalt   ..
Pernio ... ���
Greenwood .
Grand Forks
Islands ... ���
Kamloops   ��� ���
Kaslo	
Lillooet ... .
Nanaimo ���..
Newcastle . .
Nelson ... ���
Okanagan ..
Revelstoke   .
Richmond ��� ��� ���
Rossland  ...
Skeenn   ...   ���
Sunnier
Similkameen . ���
Slocan   	
Vancouver   (5)
Victoria (-D
Westminster
Yule   	
Ymir   	
Young. Dr, H. E.
Morgan.   Dr.  A.
Callahan. Dr. ...
Fraser. .1. A.  ...
Cawley. S. A.
Manson. W	
Cavan.   T	
Hayward, \V. H.
Parsons. II. G. .
MacKenzle. F. J,
Manson. VV. J. .
Helmcken, H. D.
Ross, VV. II. ...
Jackson,   J.   R.   .
Miller. E	
McPhilllps, A. E.
Shaw. C.  P.
Mackay,   N.  F.   .
Bell, Jas	
Planta, A. E.   ..
Stewart, J.
Wright,   Harry   .
Ellison,  P.   ...
Taylor,   T.   . . .
Cotton, F. L. C.
Braden, W. R.
Manson, M	
Eberts.   D.   M.    .
Shut ford. L. W.
Hunter, W. .,,
Bowser,  VV.  J.
Macgowan, A. H
McGuire, Dr. ...
Watson.   II.   II.
risdall  C. E.
McBrlde. it.  ...
Davey, Fred
Behnsen, II.
Thomson. 11
Gifford, T.
McBrlde.  It.
Scholleld, J.
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F.
B.
Kearns,   Thos.   .
Brewster.  11. C.
Jones,   Harry    .
Yorston, J.  M.
Munro,   C.   W.   .
Forrest, J. McK.
King. Dr. J. H.
Evans, J. N.   ...
Buchman, J. A,
Oliver, John ...
Thompson,  A,   .
Jardine,   John   .
Fisher. A. I. ...
MacDonald. A. .
Patterson, D. ...
Purvis, P	
Vasey, H. M.  ..
Keen, J	
Eagleson, M. ...
Thomas, J.   ...
Crease, E. A. .. .
Dehart, F. R.  . .
Llndmark, E.
Farris, J. W.
English, Dr.
Kergen, VV. T.  . . .
Brydon, T. S.  ...
Ellinhurst,  E.  C.
Harris, J. C. (Lib.
Wade, F. C	
Senkler, J. H. ...
Campbt
Macdonald, G.
Stables.   J.   B.
Oliver, John ...
Drury, U. L.   . .
Houston, W. K.
Munn, 11. A
Johnston, J. J
Henderson,   S.
Duncan, VV. (Con. ind.) ���
Cartwrlght, J. tSoci  ..
Harrington, J. (Soc. I .
lleatherton. G. (Soc.)
Mclnnes. John (Soc.)  .
Hawthornthwaite, J. (Soc.)
Williams,  P.   (Soc.)   	
Mathewson, J. (Soc.) ...  ���
Johnson, Jas.  (Soc.)  ...
Kempster,  G.  11.   (Soc.)   ..
Bennet, c. W. (Soc.) ..
Kingsley, E. T. (Soc.) ...
Mackenzie, w. M, (Soc.)
McGregor. M.  I Soc.)   ...
C.arvey,   P.   (Soc.I    ...    .
Pettlplece, R. P.  (Sod
Oliver, George (Soc.) ...
Morley, A. J.  (Ind.)   ...
.Young, Hon. 11. E. (Con.)  .
.Brewster,   H.   C,   (Lib.)   ..
��� Jones, H.  (Lib.)   	
��� Yorston, J. M.  (Lib.)   	
��� Munro, C. \V.  (Lib.)   	
��� Grant, R.  (Con.)   	
��� King. Dr, J. H. (Lib.)   ...  .
Hayward.  \V.  H.   (Con.)   ..
��� Parson, H. G.  (Con.)   ...   .
��� Oliver, J.   (Lib.)   	
. Manson, W. J. (Con.)   ...   .
��� Jardine, W. J.  (Lib.)   ....
��� Ross.  VV.  It.   (Con.)   	
��� Naden,  G.   R.   (Lib.)   	
��� Mclnnes,  J.   (Soc.)   	
..McPhilllps, A.  E.   (Con.)   .,
��� Fulton. F. J.   (Con.)   	
��� Mackay, N. F. (Con.)  ...  .
��� Eagleson,  M.   (Lib.)   	
��� Hawthornthwaite,   J.   (Soc.
��� Williams,  P.   (Soc.)   	
��� Hall, Dr. G. A. B.  (Lib.)   .
��� Ellison, P. (Con.)	
��� Taylor,   T.   (Con.)    	
��� Cotton, F.  L.  C.   (Con.)   ..
��� Macdonald,  ,1.   A.   (Lib.)   ..
��� Kergin,   Dr,   (Lib.)   	
��� Eberts, D. M. (Con.)  ...  .
��� Shatford,   L.   W.   (Con.)   ..
Iiinter,   VV.   (Con.)    	
.Bowser. W. J. (Con.)   ...   .
��� Macgowan,   A
��� Talow, R. G.
��� Garden, J. F.
��� McGuire, Dr.
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1g
19091
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Something
New
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
IMPERIAL CREAM, AND
TO INTRODUCE IT WE
ARE SELLING IT FOR 10c
A TIN. THIS IS A NEW
LINE WITH US, AND WE
WANT IT TO BE A NEW
LINE   WITH   YOU.
REMEMBER THAT ALL
GOODS WELL BOUGHT
ARE  HALF  SOLD.
City News
Come in and look
around. That is
what this store is
for.
THE ���
NA-BRU-CO
Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants  or adults.
T. A.
& CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO.  ADAMS,   Prop.
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STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Business For Sale
GROCERY DOING LARGE TRADE
(IN CITY. GRAND OPPORTUNITY
I FOR  BRANCH STORE.
LIST  YOUR   PROPERTY  WITH
W. H. NESBIIT & SON
Phone 596 650 COLUMBIA ST.
WestminsterlHodernBusiness MERRITHEW & RAMSAY
School
In placing ymir training in our
bands you arc sure of the lirst thai
PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANTS AND
TEACHERS OF EXPERIENCE can
give yon and you are ASSURED OF
THEIR assistance in securing for
you the best positions you are able
to nu.
Enter now and be prepared to fill
a paying position early next year,
Onr nighl school is vny popular.
Address,
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also  General   Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet, for washing underclothing it is unequaled,
Cleanses   and   purifies.
Ihe Westminster Trust _ Safe Deposit Co., Ud.
DECLARATION   OF   DIVIDEND.
Notice is hereby given thai a dividend of FIVl
being al the rate of TEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
up Capital Stock of this Company, lias been declan
months ending October 31st, 1909, and the same will
the Head Offlce of the Company, 28 Lome street, thl
niter the 16th day of Novembernext, to shareholdei
close of business on October a 1st, 1909,
By order of the board, F.  J.
Ma naii
Xew Westminster, B. ('.. November 13th, 1909.
: PER
ninin
d for
lie  pa
s city,
[ recoi
CENT.,
the paid
the  Bix
yal.le  ai
on  and
d al the
T.
HART
Ing Director.
Repairing neatly done by D. F.
Quigley at Sinclair's shoe store.
The whist party which was to have
been held by tbe ladies of St. Peter's
Cathedral on Friday of the preseni
week has been postponed until Wednesday of that coining.
For flrst-class cut flowers a:id any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse. U20S.
On account, of the sickness oi' the
secretary or the board or trade the
meeting which was called for this
evening has been postponed until further notice.
Friday special. Fresh herrings at
Praser  River Fish Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Belanger, of Pindurn,
Derbyshire, Kngland. are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Otway Wilkle, and will
make their  future    residence in this
city,
I
The ladies of St. Andrew's church
will bold their annual Scotch supper
and concert in the lecture room of the
church on the evening of Thursday.
November IS.     Tickets 35c.
J.   E.   1 Rickshaw  of  Vancouver  yes-
j terday took over the management of j I
I Ibe Northern Crown Bank from N. H.  |
Macdonald.      Mr.   Macdonald    leaves;
today for London, England, where he I
has business interests.
Why  pay $5.On for a rug at your J
door wheu you can buy the same for
$3.00 at  Denny    &.    Galloway, house |
furnishers, 42 Sixth street.
Miss Tidy will recite at St. Andrew's Church Scotch concert this
evening.
A Japanese man was gathered iu
by the police last night for attempting to get as wet inside as lie was')
outside. He will endeavor to explain his idea in the police court this
morning.
Chrysanthemums and every descrip
; Hon  of bulbs at  Tidy's  florist  store,
TMT Columbia.    Phone L184.
Come and hear T. Z. White explain
the Initiative and Referendum tonight in Cunningham  hall,  Sixth  st..
Admission tree.
The city police are looking for a
man who stole a team of horses from
J. T. Quirt of Blaine, lasi week, and
sold them at the city market on Friday. Una of the animals has been
recovered. The other is held in
Vancouver.
Dr. .1. I). Gamble, optician, is at
625 Columbia streei. Room 13, ex.i.
| Friday.
The lirst crushed rock for the new
macadam road on Front street was
I put on the street yesterday. The
dirt which is being taken off the road
to make room for the gravel is being
used to lill up the approach to the
new Lulu  island bridge.
I Miss Alvina Munn will sing at the
1 Scotch concert which will be held
under the auspices of the ladies of St.
Andrew's church in the lecture hall,
on the evening of Thursday, November 18, Tickets Sac. ** '
Two drunks appeared before the
magistrate yesierday in the cii> police court. One was fined the usual
amount.      The other  was still Bome-
'what  muddled  as  to occurrences and;
| was remanded for a week in order
thai  be  might sober  up.
The steamer Transfer will liereat-jl
ter leave the Brackman-Ker wharf
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3, as herlofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra r tuna
trip arriving in tbe city in the evening. Trips will be made to Steveston  as  the  business  warrants. **
Premier McBride and his party, including Dreadnought Napoleon Bowser, wore in tbe city last night on
their way back from Chiiliwack to
Vancouver. They    were     to    bave
spoken at Ladner, but owini; to the
wreck of the steamer Strathcona they
could not get there in time.
Order your bulbs for Spri I���.��� (lowers now from Davies, Greenhouse,
telephone   B208. 251-tf
Tbe work of fixing up the building
for the Bank of Toronto was resumed
yesierday and will probably be completed  in  a  few  days.
nit Goods
>weaters,
The New Goods in a Grand
Showing   With   Purchase-
Tempting Prices.
WORDS COULDN'T GIVE YOU A CORRECT IDEA
OF THESE BEAUTIFUL KNIT GOODS. YOU'LL HAVE
TO SEE THEM TO TRULY APPRECIATE THEIR
CHARMING STYLES, THEIR PERFECT TAILORING,
THEIR   CLEANLINESS  AND  FRESHNESS.
BUT WE'VE MADE AN INSPECTION WELL WORTH
YOUR WHILE FOR WE'VE MARKED PRICES ON
THESE NEW WEARABLES EVERY ONE OF WHICH
MEANS   BIG   VALUE-GETTING   FOR   THE   BUYER.
BE SURE TO SEE THEM���AND BUY AS MANY AS
YOU CAN USE���YOU WON'T MATCH THESE QUALITIES AND VALUES AT THESE PRICES ANYWHERE
ELSE.
SCAN MINUTELY THE ITEMS WE HAVE ADDED
BELOW���THEY GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE SPEICALS
WE   ARE   OFFERING   IN   ALL   DEPARTMENTS.
New Blankets, Comforters, Linens, Etc.
Low Prices, Too.
SOMETHING    EXTRA   SPE CIAL FOR THOSE WHO WISH  BOT H    EXTRA   QUALITY   AND   EXTRA
LARGE   SIZE   THE   "   WHITNEY"   CANNOT   BE   EXCELLED.
Blue border only���
72x 84;   Per pair   $6.50
82x108; Per pair  $9.50
72x 90;  Per pair  $7.50
All other blankets in stock
from 6 to 10 pounds in white
and grey. Prices per pair
from $2.50 to $10.50
CRIB COMFORTERS IN
BLUE, PINK Ami GREEN
DESIGNS, filled with pure
white cotton down and guar
anteed as warm as anv blan-       i
ket.
CRIB    QUILTS, in  while.
pink and blue, with the nursery characters.
Prices $1.50 to $2.00
CRIB BLANKETS in pure
Saxony   wool,  from   	
 $2.00 up to $4.5C
We make a soecialty of
carrying large size Quilts,
Comforters, Blankets, etc.,
thus we hflve on display bed
ding of every description
and acceptable for the present cold snap:
7_.\7S   . . .   .$3.00 and $3.25
72x72   . .    . .$2.25 and  $2.50
66x72    $2.25  to $3.75
60x72, .   . .$1.50 up to $3.75
Greatly reduced prices on
all drawn work and B,.tten-
berg linens this week in the
housefurnishing   department.
Complete new stock of
Cushion Cords, Girdles, Denims,   Burlaps,  etc.
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Smart New
Millinery at
Reduced Prices
One dozen only. Women's
and .Misses' Colored i'1 i!
Hat* trimmed with feathers.
flowers and velvets, all the
newest shades. Regular $6.50
to $8.50. Today only   ..$4.95
Seven only, GREBE TURBANS, Regular $6.50. Today
only    $4.95
Any iinlrimmed colore.I
shape  at   ball'  regular price.
Any trimmed pattern bat
in slock al half regular
price.
Your box  in  a safety deposil   vai
Is a private affair. No one has acci
to ii  bui  yourself,     And  besides,
is    sale and    lhat    is    a factor WOI
something to   you.     Then    it   coi
only a small sum to rent one of thi
boxes, a  surprisingly small sum
us tell you ahout It,   Dominion Tru
Co., Ltd.,    T. It.    Pearson, man agi
New Westminster branch.
Women's
Leather
Hand Bags
LATEST  NEW  YORK
STYLES.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Noiice is  hereby  given  that   thirty
days  (rom  date   I   intend  to  apply to
F.  S.   Hussey,  superintendent  of  provincial  police,  Victoria.  B.   C,   for  a|
transfer of the liquor license held by
Gilbert Tulloch, for the Tourist hotel,
situated    at Port    Moody,    B.  C, to
George Welch or Porl Moodv, B. C
GILBERT TULLOCH.
Port Moody, October 20. 1009.
NOTICE.
LULU ISLAND
Popular Priced Dress Fabrics.
Note the List.
ROXANA CLOTHS, light
and dark, colored NUN'S
VEILING, DELAINES, MOHAIRS, in cream und fancy
stripes. ENGLISH SERGES
in plain and stripes. CASHMERE, all colors, STRIPED
SATIN CLOTH, etc., pet-
yard    50c
23-INCH MOIRE SILK
WAISTING in green, navy,
taupe, grey, old rose, blacl
and cream, per yard at $1-50
-INCH WATERED SILK
MOIRE, pure silk, sol'i and
pliable, promising except ion-
ally good wear, shown i"
green, rose, navy, g">.
black and white, per yard,
only    *1-50
IK V.    f
To whom It may concern:
Take notice that in accordance with
authority granted by the Department
of Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu Island draw bridge at New Westminster, B. C, will be closed to boat
traffic for a period ot ahout two
weeks, beginning November 15th,
1909, for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT  CO.,
C.  B.  FOWLER.
President.
We have some very desirable lots'in
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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