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 INSURANCE
IVKITE, SHILES & CO.
^EW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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:STMI..STER, li. C,  MONDAY  MOD    ING, OCTOBE       I,
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ASSURANCE     *
WHITE, SHILES A     0.
260 Columbia St.    Phone
1909.
iy SUNDAY AI
fair mm
Tryin
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Ijmorrow.
crto Complete De-
Official Opening
S"KUU_-
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FIVE CENTS A,   ���  C01"i
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i i only a por-
iployed  In
i!���.   exhibition
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;",s tier, remains so much ti
tomorrow  af-
preml?
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osineiis ----- groimdi. were ���oi
'.Vnwrf��re with the work.   The
theSociet, of Fine
of that depart-
*'10, n h     pictures,
ictivlties had perforce
 |Tlie  builj-
opened ipp those bav-
I
[on
CAI? CHEW AVL S
THREATENED DANGER
John Oliver, M.P.P., Succeeds J. A. Macdonald���Principal Platform Planks
Are Cooperation With Federal Government in Railway Construction,
Free Land Grants and Enforcement of Health Act
Against Orientals.
Conductor and Motorman
Save Passengers From a
Hideous Catastrophe.
HhiN are   pouring   in    from all
| and road, and
them  all  calls
; ability and endless
L,   trom the    manager.  W.   H
The   provincial   Liberals     of     tin- number of the visitors   and the newisin, of Vancouver, one ol the leading  few
province gathered al  tbe club rooms leader  took   this occasion  to outline young Liberals of the Terminal City.
,iu   this  city   on   Saturday  afternoon, the progressive platform of tip.- Lib- He believed they would give the Con-
Exhibits Pour in.                   |.uul   formally   accepted   the   resigna- eral  party  in  the  province, and  the servatlves   in   Vancouver   a   run   for
ibm  of  .1.   A.   Macdonald,  M.P.P., as pollcj on which they wlll contesi the their  money,  and   while  they  might
leader of the party, and ii  was then coming election. elect   two  or   three   members   If  the
announced  by  C.   W.  Munro,  M.P.P., The three main  planks of the op- election  was  called  in   two  months,
iniity and endless Ithai the Liberal members of the leg- position  platform as outlined by Mr. he was confident if the poll did not.
manager,  W.  H.  iSlature   had    elected    John   Oliver, Oliver deall with the railway, orien- take place    tor six  months the Lib-
and lii- staff.     Sockeye Row  M.P.P., as leader of the opposition. tai, and  land questions.    If returned erals would return a solid five. (Ap-
.;���,    again,   with   tented      n   js  understood  thai   Mr,   Macdon- to power the Liberals will co-operate plause.)     They   would   go   into    the
I   curious    monster?,  In- ahl   will   be   appointed   to   the    new with   the   federal   governmenl   to  se- fight   with  a  splendid  leader  in  the
..pppitiv                      court of appeal for the province. The cure  the  development  of  British  Co- person   of   Mr.   Oliver,    whom    they
.   no   only achieved  members of the convention expressed lumbia,   by   railway   construction   as knew as a vigorous fighter, a fair and
ived weather ol   appreciation    at   the   work   done   by opposed  to the present policy of an- honest  fighter,   (Applause.)    He chal-
days has given the  _\ir   Macdonald in    the    Interests   of tag misni   to   Ottawa.    As   a   remedy lenged them to show anything which
ni lenci   with  the result good   government   in   British   Colum- to the Asiatic problem tip'   party  un- the  Conservatives  had  done;   a  mile
displaj    and slock are com-  bla, and then passed a resolution ap- dertake  to    strengthen    and  enforce of railway they had built, a mile of
proving   the   choice   of   John   Oliver, the provincial  health  act, compelling road of any consequence they had con-
and expressing confidence in bim as the  Asiatics to live up to the white sequence they had constructed.    The
leader   of   tlle   party.
The promptness and presence of
mind of the crew on one of tbe
Grandview cars yesterda... afternoon
was the means o! turning whai al
first promised to be a horrible catastrophe Into a comparatively trivial
accident.
Car  Ran  Amuck.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    While running    I     the  intiTiirban
tracks oul    from    Vancouver toward
Grandview, the motorman on the car
saw a runaway freight dashing down
years ago would be well remetii-  the   tracks   toward     Vancouver  at   a
bered.   The McBride government took terrific rate.     He reversed, bul such
wr.s the speed at which the runaway
the credit for the restoration of good
times, bul mu to Mr. McBrlde, but to
the Liberal party at Ottawa il to
anyone  was due the credit.
Wanted   a   Railway   Policy.
I). Stevens, of Saanich, speaking of
the   financial   claims  of  Mr.   Tatlow
freight was approaching that it was
ch u  that it  would be impossible to
gel oul of its way. To stop the car
would have meanl an Instant collision, which would probably have resulted  'ti  the death  of many  of the
referred to the hundreds of thousands passengers
j very much belter.
Judges Appointed.
,judge, for all -the classes bav.
Id  will   be  on  hand
...  their work.  Some  have
been v.-vt   to  prevent
���nstdious influi aces which occur
y ���   ���     however    careful
,,.. . ��� .���in may tv. They are
L. | won en ol Influence in
L they    win  control,
lirom their decision  there Is
The   Liberal   Platform
A    progressive    and    constructive
platform   was  drafted,  in   view  of the
id..ction    which   indications   point   to
be imminent.
Reports  from  the different parts of
tlie  province  bv  the  convention  gave
assurance   that    the    Liberals   of   the   Payments   of .>
province were well prepared for the cany 0'"   """'
loi anv exhibitors seeking to ap-  contest   and   that   strong   candidates
^^^H would   be  nominated  in  every  consti-
|_n only fine weather the exhibi-1tuency.
In   the  evening  a   smoking  concert
was   tendered   to   the   visiting   delegates to the convention by the local
Liberal  association,  the  president.  A.
i E. Kellington, in the chair.
Short   addresses   wen.   made   by   a
standard.     ____________ jonly thing  was the monumental work
A   vigorous  policy to promote the ot the Vancouver court house. (Laugh- election purposes by Mr. McBrlde
settlement   of  the  land  will  be inau-|ter.)     Mr.   R.   G.  Tatlow  was  hailed  , __           .   ...  ,    _.._.,..
of acres of timber lands Which belonged to the province when the Conservative parr, came into power.
Now these timber lands were in the
hands of speculators, most oi' whom
had drawn rich prizes. He believed
if these lands had been properly administered, the necessity of taxing
the people of British Columbia would
be p limlnated. He reminded his
hearers that the funds being used for
ind
gurated, with free grants to settlers, las the financial genius who had re- j* ^J*���* *��*��* {��*��?<��
and providing for preservation of the stored the confidence of the province. ', 'V'.-J ,v " I)eople' l01 seNen
pul,lie   domain. The   government   had   restored   it   at  "J B      r-'ilw
He   criticised   severely   the   neglect  the price of the sale of the public do"i0f ,u.
no
lof I!'1 .'.own  in  history
esstul   in   the   long
Id ol this society.
tere will be a meeting of the lo-
ounri1 (.' Women in the board of
���   ��� ���    this     afternoon,   com-
Icing at     1'clock.      All  members
requested    to    be
lent.
of  the  Attorney-General's    and    De-
Lands   and   Works   to
y  out  their  duties in  the interests of the province.
The new leader also charged the
present government with an endeavor
to secure a snap verdict, and with
misrepresentation.
The chairman     contented    himself
with introducing tlie speakers.
Prospect   in   Vancouver.
The  first  speaker  was  G.   E.  Cros-
main. and boasted of a surplus which
should have been spent in the development of the province.
Gives Credit to Right Party.
II. A. Munn. of Victoria, congratulated the party on their new leader,
and Mr. Oliver on his election to that
position. He spoke of the astuteness
of the present premier as a politician.
a man who traded upon the prosperity of the province. The financial
stringency  of    the  whole    country  a
people had not heard
iy policy for tlie benefit
province promised by the gov
ernment, nor would there be one unless it also would be for the benefit of Mr. McBride and his satellites, j j..
Men who had been compelled to retire from the Conservative party were
permitted to see the map and
survey at Victoria, but the puhlic.
were denied this right, and informed
that maps had not been prepared.
Nor   were   the   lands   sold   at     their
(Continued on Page Two).
the
at-
b__,ne ������^roR uviJDENIZENS OF THE BEEP     [MAPLE RIDGE BOARD
ARRIVE AT EXHIBITION    COMPLETE URBANIZATION
SUFFRAGETTE ATTACKS
MINISTER   WITH   HATCHET
The motorman notified the conductor, and  ii  was decided  thai  the
only thing to do was to keep the car
running backward, and to rush the
passengers to the rrom. where it was
Imped    thev    WOUld   escape   the    Worse
of the force of the collision.
The conductor Immediately gave
the alarm, and had just succeeded In
getting all the passengers to the
front of the car. when the runaway
struck t_e rear of the passenger with
terrific force.
Cars  Were  Telescoped.
The rear of the passenger car was
completely  demolished,    the    freight
telescoping it for a distance of over
j five feet.      Had any of the passengers
remained in this part of the car their
ite would have been sealed.
As it  w.-.s the passengers standing
in the front end of the car were bad-
,ly   shaken   and   Jostled,  but   with  the
exception of a few bruises and slight
cuts fro-, broken glass none of them
.were seriously injured.
Zd great was the force of the collision that the passenger car was carried clean off the tracks, while the
freight was partially derailed. A
wrecking gang was at once sent out,
and the track was cleared In a few
'minutes, the interurban traffic being
Ulttle affected.
Blaine.  Oct.   9.���Out   of    work   and I
i
money.
the jon   his
With  a  wife  and  six children .
hands.  John   Alden  Seabury'
Sptans on   Organization.
'.' ing.   organizer    for
V tlon   Of     Labor
ltd !li      iitlilv   meeting   of   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
|__?_'I.,��-al    Union    yesterday, early this morning set out afoot in an
:, address dealing with  effort  to capture his per capita share
P '                    After he com-   . |h(, coln of tlu, realm.     His tarn-
fa   ���    business In Montana he                  mocUdb    Wash.,   where he
���__ to Vancouver, and do fm- ;">. J? ,at, al?5_ P^ -     Wave   during
Newcastle. England,    Oct.    10���David   Lloyd-George, chancellor of
exchequer,    received  a  popular
the
wel-
irganlzatimi    work
I Itm. Oct. 9.���The "Canada Ga
| ' '. k contains the name
:- Lumber Company of
torldgf am,,tv the  list   of  Incor-
��ed companies, with a capital of
poo,
corne yesterday afternoon at the Pal-
Georaia   Brings Consignment   Officers of Board of Trade for District  ace  theatre,  where  he gave
a ' . ence of 40(jn what he called
Chosen���Westminster   Men   Are
G. S
of Sea  Inhabitants for Depart
ment of Fisheries Exhibit.
Elected Honorary Officers.
.,  and
note,
The Dominion    government    patrol
iboat   Georgia  arrived   in   port   yester-
bldsjday witn a shipment    of    sea inliahi-
fll DEVELOPMENT
IN FRAStR VALLEY
tary ot
trade,    C
II.    Stuart    Wade,  having
     in  this  dis-1 published   The   Ocean 	
the summer.      In lieu of a newspaper
��� _  job,  Editor Seabury avows his inten-
New Lumber Company. tion   to  walk  until  he  finds one
as  he  Is  a  pedestrian  of  some
this   contemporary     of     Weston    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
fair  to excel  In notoriety, if    not  infants for exhibition at  the Fisheries
cash,  the  lesser walkers of the day.
With  one foot  in  Canada and the
other in the l'nited States on the international boundary  llne, a half-mile
north    of    Bialne,   Editor-Pedestrian
SeatSury   started  southward  today  for
the  Mexican    international    boundary
Ilni'.   inst   below   National   City.   Cai.. ��� ^	
r mi to the glass show  tanks at the building.  ,,.    ...,.,
''  '���' .      ....        .    __ I Westminster  board;   hon.    secretary
an audi-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ a "plain
talk" on the subject of the Budget.
"We are going to  send  tbat hill  up
|^H     ' i^^HHH 'to   the   House   of   Lords   and  get   all
.  the taxes or none." said the chancel
lor.
The Maple Ridge board of trade has ;    when   Mr.  Lloyd-George  was  leav-
at  length  been    organized,  the secre- ing  the  theatre    a    crowd  of Suffra-
the  Westminster    board  of >ettes    made a dash toward his car.
Lady    Constance    Lytton,    who  was
building at  Queen's    park.      A  News
reporter  happened  to walk  along the
armed with    a    hatcnet;
worked energetically to tbat end for iBraidford, and Miss Davison, were ar-
several weeks,    and on Friday night rested.
Boys Responsible.
1 Mischievous boys are supposed to
have been responsible for the accident. The freight was standing at
Central Park, whence there Is a
down grade clean into Vancouver. It
is supposed thai the boy.s released
the brakes allowing the freight to
start on the down grade. It kept on,
gaining momentum until by the time
it had an ived at Grandview it had
got up a terrific speed.
It is probable that the B. C. E. R.
Co   will   make   a  determined   effortto
Mrs   H   N 'nnearth those responsible for the accident.
crowned   with  sue-
w
McLeod Sees Great
Advancement in Course of
^ip to ( hilliwack.
I
P-li tl
r
McLeod
Wi 11  known  In-
���   ��� I    oi,   Saturdaj
1'. up th   1 ���'.., tei   valley. Mr.
accompanied  by
. mad    the    t In  up  to
llck "     ' a ; buggy, and
'"',[ "i    his praise ol    the
^^___^
;ust . [The tanks contained sea water for
a distance of 17aii miles
ho  will   write  special  utricles  for  the
press.
Seabury says "It's National City or v -
�� bust-  "ly   the   furthest   distance   trom
C.  P.  R.  wharf and  growing curious |llls efforts were
las to the reason of a number of large |cegs
tanks on the deck of the Georgia, ap-     T'w offlcer_  elected  werp.      Hon
plied for Information. _._ I president, W. Manson, M. P. P.; Hon.
vice-president, J. A. Lee. president of
Early in the day four other sympathizers with the Suffragettes were
sentenced to 14 days at hard labor
fbr indulging In a window-smashing
'campaign at the local Liberal club
this morning.
ind a constant supply will have to he;''v""'"'
__���H__ ���.   11.   PS
I obtained to keep the fish
iof   SOUK
alive,
a task
proha-
S.
bust, and I can't be much worse
ed than 1 am now."
.1.   A.   Seabury    is   well
man  residents of this city.
president.    W,   E3.
Messrs.    Jackson,
Pelletier,    Patter-
Stanley,    Aiktnan and
to
Repudiates Interview.
Ottawa. Oct. 9.���Mr,  R. L. Borden
repudiates an alleged
him  here regarding
and  other matters.
Interview with
British   polities
now
tarnn',1 i M:    '""' -Mls-    McLeod re
on the steam
li     the
���        Followed  Y
AY'l '    ''  ' i ���"'l "i the distance
,n.  ,'  .'���'"I "'""*���"���'  the   Vale  road,
kYIY ""'' th^ excepUon of
cell ��� W�� ",f,tc^s, he found it in
YYY", Under the cir-
Ylll "  Btates ,hl" he is sur
n*iX.o!T ";,v" nnl aviLiU'"
by thp    ',,     . '"'"PPortunity offered
lor i;,Y    Ml<"
horse  and
���'ile  Road.
SCALED ASYLUM WAILS,
ESCAPEB ACROSS BORDER
I Wade;
,.���.    ,.      .        ., ���    ��� ,      Beckett;     council.
difficulty since this is proba- Louglle0(l CooppI.
water at  which  il  has been attempted   o^jey
t0 fhow li:;' seaflf; .        ,    , v j    At a meeting of the council
Among the   creatures   brought by N drawn up,    and
the Georgia are dog fish sculpins, sea J
perch, crabs, starfish and shellfish of on g   ^     next
various kinds.      Some ol tin* l;sh died j _j	
on  the trip,    and  these    will  be pre- pr|m|tive  Christianity.
served in spirits   under the direction i
Of   Prof.   Andrew   Halkett.     naturalist
of    iia' marine and    fisheries depart
ment.
Madison
evangelist,
Wright,  a
the by-
another
he held
well     known
Too Much Money.
Chatham, Ont., Oct. 9.���Any old-
timer who can lay any claim to having once been connected with the old
Chatham fire brigade should communicate with the city treasurer. The
city council has decided to pay $2 per
year for life to all such men who can
establish their claims. It is estimated that there are hundreds of old
volunteer  firemen    scattered  all  over
REVIVE SUMAS
RECLAMATION SCHEME
Board of Dyking Commissioners Wish to Take Over
Government Land in Trust
Despite  the  failure  of    the  recent
who
believes that present-  the American  continent, and  the city :negotiations
John   James     Ross,   After    Checkered
Career, Seeks Protection of the
Police.
ENDEAVOR   TO   FORM
ANGLO-GERMAN    ENTENTE
Brussels   Oct    _______! opening  ses- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���  .    'r  im,  International     neaco  eon- :W'i   Durham     street,  and     is      ^^
.".ue.        d            as     I. void   to  P..1- meetings   every   evening   commencing
YrYl on peace.     Among those who at 8 o'clock.     In the mornings, corn-
spoke were English and German dele- menclng at 11 oclock
gates, who favored a rapprochement |worship
their countries    and  reduc
dav Christianity is too much encumbered by forms and ceremonies, and
wishes a return to the simple teachings of the early Christians, is In the
city, ami has commence.I a series ol
meetings, the flrsl of which was held
yesterday. Mr. Wright is located at
and    is holdlnt
treasurer is likely to have his hands
full. Chatham has so much loose
cash she is advertising- for men to
come and take it away.
between   ^^^^^
tlon in armaments
he holds public
and    administers the sacra-
...ent.       All   are   cordially   invited   to
attend these  meetings.
CHILLIWACK EOREGBES
ANNUAL EXHIBITION
sh
Ipe
| stru(.k
!"!-' this delightful
states
V       ���o   oils
Mr. McLeod
by ti,,
lhrou.h_m , , advancemeni i
the va , ' "I' 'ength and brea
aro , v   Everywhere new si
lley
11.   Co,"hi
I from ci
lan.
of    the  roads
trip.
that   he  was
shown
^^^^^^^���^th of
'''N where new settlers
overn1?15 '" !lU the districts
mYdMe to Chilliwack,   new
^^^^^^     bush
, "' Pastures and fruit
". the l. according to all Indioa-
'""'sliiiWi     ' Peeress is merely
,     '!"' '" wh*t Is to come
Z^YiYlY^Yfy^^^-
"N""-"-u!d ���_____________
iftWI  iiii    i""T tha1  is completer
*ls��Pl'<'ttr,n   .    A   Bettlert>.   ^d   tlu
Ol     VflRf      ;lr
tlon
At the
_    Of the Eraser vai-
'" C. E. it. ChilliwacK
A man named    .lohn    James Ross,
who was a patient   in  the provincial
asylum here for some time following
an  attempt at suicide by chloride ol
potash  on  the  steps ol    the  WesI   y
Methodist    Church,    Vancouver,    has
turned up iu Vancouver and appt
for shelter at ihe police Station. KOSB, |
or Coles, as he was otherwise known,
used to be a car inspector in ine
country, and also worked at ni.
cupation across the line.   He got . ,.
a railway accident and lost nis
leg  below  the  knee.      Becon?"g1ob8
able  to earn  his  living at.odd Jodb,
he  was  threatened    with  deportation
from  the    United   States,    and cam
over to Canada,    landing In Vancou
ver.      This -vas a little over a ���   ���
ago.     lie failed to find ButtaWe^Wi
lere and growing despondent, nt   ^
tempted  suicide  unBUCcesBtuiiy-
May he escaped from the asy ul"   .j.
scaling   the   walls,   and   Bllppea     ���
to the Dnited states. He r.started to
Va .couver upon a threat of neiug ^
right
im
ported.      He may be returned io " ���
asylum, though he appears d11'1'
tional in conversation.
Could   Not   Get   New   Grounds   Ready
in Time, and Wet Weather Made
Outdoor   Show   Impossible.
The Stroebel Airship, which will fly a t Queen's Park this week.
for the reclaiming of
Sumas prairie, the Sumas dyking
commissioners have by no means
given up hope of wresting that valuable tract of land from the grasp of
the Fraser river, and according to the
latest advices from upriver it appears
that they are now working upon another  scheme  for  the  reclamation  of
the land.
Ask Government for Land.
The hoard of dyking commissioners
now proposes to do the work itself.
One of the objections to the previous
schemes was that the work was to
have been taken over by a company,
to which large areas ot tbe reclaimed
|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ I land was to have Ob-
  jection    was    raised    to this on the
'ground that    the    corporation might
The    Chilliwack    fair    which  was Yse lts control of the lands for pur-
scheduled to have taken place on Frf- P��seB of speculation rather than legi-
,i..,.  o,,,i  o.,t���...i        .  ., i   itlmate development, and the scheme
day   and  Saturday  of the past week, ;fe��� througn
did not occur owing to the fact that j The dyking commissioners now
the Chilliwack Agricultural Society I propose to ask the provincial govern-
was unable to get its new grounds In ment to give them tlie lands which it
shape in (Ime for the occasion. ilsf P���P��>��^ to r^lai'��. a"d wnlch, are
' at present owned    bv    the province.
Some  weeks ago  the  society  com-;Thc  board    wisiies to hold these in
pleted  the purchase or    twenty-three j trust  for   the   municipality   until   the
acres for use as    exhibition grounds.! work is  completed, and then to sell
This gives it much more space for t_�� ��*_* , II J* ���l���^\<* tl,at,??,!!!.
, H work of reclamation is completed this
fair than was previously the case, the ,and wU1 be worth a very Iarge 8um-
old  grounds only  having  an  area of Financing the Scheme.
five acres. !t is expected that there would be
The buildings of the society, how-1-- dim-uUy in raising the amount re-
ever, were all on the old ground, and Luired for the work on bonds on this
it was found impossible to get new lnnd and on debentures on the land-
ones erected on the present park in j owners benefited. When the work
time for the show. Had the weather (,. compieted the tracts in question
been fine it might have been possible ; wou|d bP sold, and it is expected that
to hold the fair in the open air. Fri- j thP n,~ipts would go far toward the
day, however, was so wet. that it was cost ot tlie enterprise. The balance
decided to forego the exhibition this[wollld he accounted for by the deben-
>'ear- ture Issue.
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he peop|e know anything about it, he would not
"oo many of us have  got the habit of thinkin
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u-T-ns of The  Da iy News and   keep abreast  of  the  timei.
WANTED.
HOUSE TC   RENT.
��     rTED ��� BRIGHT   BAL   3L   D
���
Mowatt street. 230 Eleventh street,
235-2	
TO   RENT���SEVEN-ROOM    HOI St.,
with bath,  $12  i*r  mon;h.      A
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'ids.
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ROOMS TO   RENT.
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701 Agi
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AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H.  T.   PRINCE���AUDITOR ANO  AC
countant (successor to C. Hamben.
collections  and  storekeepers'  books
of account a specialty; agent fort
Hall Saf- Co.   Offlce: Ro >m 7, Ham-
bly block. P. O. box 795.
GROCERY.
FOR THK   BEST   VALDE   IN  CiKO-
The Pure  I
ery. P. O   Hox 811.
e   ^u��<  of  n c.s^ -.
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS '1 UNED AND
���    ��� your local t mer  W  E
������'���      Bac,    (1-.      '\ iin(
will bring him.
V  \ STED���YOUTH ^BOUT     Bi:
teen yi Is hue
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VV   S'TED���STENOGRAPHER,       Al'-
i      by letti     lath    experience and
Ired.      Alfred   W.  Mc-
I.,   d, the Insurance man.
WANTED���SHINGLE      HOLTS    <>;:
tracl    ol    cedar 8 iltable   i'ii  bo t-
���   tting.     Bee  us lf    you  wai ���  I
dis;k :-.   ol   yon-  cedar.      Westmln-
:--...   Mill Co.. Ltd., P. 0.  B
New Westminster, B. C. 225-6
WANTED���TO      RENT.      '���      FUR-
nished  ho ise,    Apply  ���'���- *    Offlce.
WANTED���SMART      YOUTH    FOR
offlce wi-h knowledge of shorthand.
Apply  this office.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES _ CO,
!: ���     i.t te and  In       tu e Agents���
��� i.  farm  and su .-.  property.
260 Columbia Btreet.
i! \I.K HltriS    ���        ,    LTD.. HEAL KS- j
tate and  insurance,  Phon- 335. 1.6
Columbia street, P. O. draw r 10U
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP
R.    .1.    McNeil.      Over     i
rail     ih ip  on   Eighth    i
C irriages I uilt, r :      .    :iin>
ed. ��� k guarantee I
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.  X.   DRAPJ R    B   C    LAND   Sl K-
iti ��� ir.      Ellard  bh   -;.  New    \t\ e-i-
ter   B. C.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. .1. A   STANDISH,  AN KXPER-
i- n    !   an '   flrsl      ���      d
has opened up d-
in   Room   ll.  Smith  block   625  Colum i i    treet,    A trial req
LIVERY   STABLE.
HING  DP    250    FOR    HACKS  ANO
p art   turnout    The  Fashion   Sta-
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S        PICTURE        POS1
on sale    at  M.  U
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:     ���    K  Mac:   -
��� l    'I be Pair ��� Col .       i Btreei
SETTLER8' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B, Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 3St
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia s-:    '
phone R27>.   The  plac.  when
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In.   Goods called
for and delivere i.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THK SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front treet, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw ami shingle mil] machinery,
Mill plants and specifications pre-
; ared.
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
PACIFIC REALTY CO.  (McADAM &
Irwin),  phone  H   P.  O.   Box  874.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Real estate and insurance.      Money  tHE    pEARSOX     ELECTRIC    CO
_���
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���1 AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Ur. A. D.
Buchanan, P. O, New Westmin
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE ��  EDMONDS,  BARRIS-
���  Ml    ari'i     solicitors.   Westmit,
Trusi   Hlock ��� ���-    '    N, w
Westi w. .1   WblteMde, H
I,.  Ed    ��
WADE. WHEALLER _ McQUARRIE
il-'. C Wade, K. C., A Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors. Barrl.
ters, etc., 4. Lome street, opposite
i. ise       New     Westminster,
(Phone    113.      v ���
Ri om.  20   ind  21,  William
Ing    113  Granville  stret,  corner ot
Hastings street.
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to  loan,   714   Oolumbla street.
FOR   SALE.
HORSES FOR SALE���HAVING Received more horses from our log-
.l::f camps than we can use. we
offer for sale four fine draft horses
weighing over 1500 pounds each.
Small <v  Bucklin Lumber Co., City.
230-3
MARSHALL      SINCLAIR.      IN6UR-
ance, real estate, etc., li located for ;
present at the office of the Set-',
���     j' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, liouse wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 92S.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
Btone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia street,  New Westminster.
GEORGE   E    MARTIN, BARRISTER
and   Solicitor.     Gulchon   block,   Co-
vv ii    and    McKenzie  sts.,  New
Westminster.  B.  C.
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FISH   AND   GAME.
ARCHITECTS.
"BENSON  & AYLING.  FISH.  FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc.      Begbie st.,
'    opp. Windsor Hotel.
FOR SALE���NEW 25-FOOT PLEAS-
ure launch equipped with 8-horse-
power Palmer motor. Write or
call  51. Eighth street. 231-6
W.   D.   GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery Block.
FURNITURE
-  W.    E.   FALES,   THE   FURNITI RE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker.
EPWIN G. W.  SAIT. ARCHITECT���j    corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.        |     phone 176. night call 81.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIEB,
Ltd., Burnaby Lakp���For healthy,
hemp-frown fruit trees phone 41a.
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanlta.s;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
banging and decorating. Sixtn
street,  New  Westminster.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing.     Mldgel
leaf ledgers;  Cowle Carbon  Papers.
Phone    55,    P.  O.    Box  142       Old
Dally  News  Block.  Sixth street.
TAILORS
GAIA'IN.  L KENT
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ing and  :   ��� .. KB ! HI
I lock     Entranct
and .r,4 Clarkso
[KENNY'S RESTAURANT    __    c \yy
Tickets,   21   m.a,s   for   |4        H
cooklng, Aii white cooks; no Oriental later employed. Open -lay and
night      Opposite tram office
New Liberal Leader
Outlines Parly Policy
(Contin k I  tri v   Page One.)
i i:-   ���   i   i ���        Thi y   wi re   -
flrsl and second cla     and i   i  :   thai
was   worth   ������"���  m,  acii   wa -   Bold   to
foreign speculators at $2.50 an a re.
(Shame).
Arraigns Government.
Stuart   Henderson,   M.P.P.,  aftei   a
tribute to the new leadei  as a  man .  ,.������..._.,.���_ j/_.w, _
who     id  done more  foi   the  provin- r.o forged telegrams would be used
cl i   al party than any other man
In thi province, proceeded to arraign
tl overnment for its many sins of
i , ind omission.    The very
act   of  the    McBride    ministry
came  into  offlce   was   to
The  opposition   was
insisted   upon   it   to
Orientals at the expense of the white
..ation.    The    Dominion    government  had  introduced  the  besl   legis-
ti ti in this way yel proposed, which
w 9 doing its duty. (Applauce). He
h iped tbey would avoid making mistakes, as had be'ii done In previous
campaigns. There existed a feeling
, I content throughout the province
and If they only organised properly
the Liberals would turn the minority
of 13 to a majority ol 26 or 29, and
make John Oliver next premier of th
province.   (Loud  applause).
A.  M.   Pound,  of  Vancouver, assu
led the mei ting that the Liberal i   rtj
would   go  before   the  co'intry   with  a
clean cul and progressive policy, and
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprle-
tress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or ; ie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKS
WESTMINSTER woo: v.       I
Co., bank ���     -��� Dttad
cai Inei .���������    via
and deta -���-.'. m
mati ���  fun Brookes, ���
prletor.       Wort ���   :. -       ;:l
an 1 car line.     P .    PN|
473.
CURED   IN   ONE   DAY
s
firsl
when   they
rais,   the taxes.
told    the    banl:.:
Time For a Change.
John Jardine, M.P.P., 'or E , il
. added his tilbute to Mr. Oliver
the new leader of the Liberal party
in the provinc-. Mr. Jardine stated
that he was at a loss to undei stand
how tbe people of the province could
be so easily satisfied with the present
coal~1
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
l:
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office,  Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
Phone  105 p. o. Box 345
New Fall Suits
For the _5oys|
Munyon's Cold Remedy Relieves the
IhpuU, throat and 'ungH almost immediately.    Checks  Fevers,  stops  Discharges ,,t
the no.!-, takes away all aches and pains
caused by colils. it cures Urip and ,>b-
Stinate Coughs and prevents ru.ui_���_ia.
Price 25c.
Have you stiff or swollen Joints, no raat-
ter how chronic? Ask .vour druggist for
Munyon's Rheumatism Remedy and see
how quickly you  will  Ik1 cured.
If you have'any kidney or bladder trou-
Me pet   Munyon's Kidney  Remedy.
Munyon's Vltallzer makes weak mea
strong  and  restorea  lost   powers.
law. be jt  In agriculture,  he did  not
care in  what  branch, except In education, had eminated from the Liberal
members   of   the   house,   and   In   the
end had been adopted by the govern- ,.
ment.     Time   and   again   the   lobbies  t|
had  been   filled  by lumbermen   sec-king to bave a definite policy adopted.
and   at   length   they  were   forced   to
come down  to a definite decision on
the subject, as the   lumbermen sug-
gested.
Lacks Constructive  Ability.
He  continued,  "Mr.   Tatlow   is  re
ferred  to as  B  great   financial  genius
and   McBride  is    his
them  (-vanillic  ihe 	
ernmeni with reference to the land
question " There was no definite policy. The governmenl simply put legislature on the Statute hooks and novel attempted to give it force by carrying ir OUt. A railway policy bad been
promised session after session, and
yet ii never came. The government.
could do nothing when it. came to
constructive   work.     Take   the     mar-
._ ��� ��� come to the
conclusion that lt was high time that
they received their walking tickets.
It was time that the people were told
how they were being fooled by the
McBrlde government. On the island
le Liberals were confident that they
could hold all the present seats, and
he believed that the party would
capt un-   Victoria.
Dr. Hall, M.P.P., of Nelson, said the
country   needed   a   business   management for the development of its great
resources.     The   legislation     Of     the
government   had   been   careless,   and
.w'as In  most cases Inoperative owing
prophet.     Ld   to the lack of power of the executive
record of the gov- to  put   the  legislation   enacted   into
force.
Tribute to Macdonald.
Mr. Oliver expressed his appreciation of the high honor conferred upon him by the Liberal party of the
province in electing him as their
leader, and he felt that he would be
unable to live up to all the expectations   of   the   party.     He     expressed
^^_ - ""'"   "">=     ,,ml' sincere   regret  at  the  resignation   of
vellous solution of the water question  the  late  leader,   Mr.   Macdonald   and
as   acclaimed   by   the   Conservatives,  SJ���)k(,   feelingly   of   the    good     work
one of the most important in the in- ->��� *-- *-���     ^^^
terior!     How   magnificently   had   Mr.
Sockeye were again tbe chief variety of salmon caught in the nets on
Saturday afternoon, with a small percentage of cohoes and other varieties.
Last night a fairly good catch was
made.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old  bridge Is
not  considered    safe    lor    vehicular
I traffic,   and   the  public  generally  are,
i cautioned  against    hauling   loads   of
I any kind over it. !
|     Persons  continuing  to  do so after
this notice must take all the risks ou |
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall,  New  Westminster,  July
2.1rd, 1903.
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake ol their famous Plantnl
toilet   soap,  if   y,)U mention   this   paper
CANADIAN
PACIFIC/
done by his predecessor while In the
House, work for which he received
hut little credit. Referring to the remarks of a former speaker the leader stated that tbe call for men of abil-
Ity to work in the country's Interests
:had been a great drain on" the leading
British Columbia had beeir'abtolutely ^n0. ",fi L,ibei';i1 r):,rl-v. :""i Brit-
antagonistic to the Dominion of Can- !���_���?ol"mb'a hf<J Ml the drain to a
ada, and this antagonism had reacted ,g��� ��xt��nt owinR to i,s limited popu-
to the detriment of the province The I hi h VY' h" l'"" reBrei at
government had mane much or the 2*1. 'jr;mpn "f thf> 'ate leader from
better terms question. The- used it!?' �� "ft yet,,,P mi,izo" 0��t it wns
with tremendous force at the last''--^6- -ntereBta ot the country, in
flection. As a mailer of fact the Dominion   had   paid   out   five     millions
more to B. C. than the province had [ make vour up. _.
Paid in. Another bugaboo had been _L ^"R APktAl- to the public
the Asiatic cry. The Natal act ini throuflh the columns of THE DAILY
Natal   had   caused   an   Increase     of I     NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
Fulton, it was said, reconciled conflicting interests. When it was passed it required men to bring it into
operation. These men had nol been
appointed, it was a dead letter.
The   policy   of   the   government   of
the  interests
(Continued on  Page Three).
.Mill.. PACIFIC
B.C. Coasl SS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Dally at 11 p.m. direct
and 10 a.m. via Victoria.
To Victoria���Daily at 10 a.m. and
1 p.m.
To Alaska���Every Saturday at 11
p.m.
To Prince Rupert���Every Saturday
at 11   p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���Second
and 16th uf each month.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Saturday
at 8 p.m.
To  Nanaimo���Daily  at 2  p.m.
FROM NEW WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser river to Chilliwack
.nd way points���Steamer Heaver
eaves Westminster at 8 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning leaves Chilliwael, al 7 a.m. on
���^i.sday,   Thursday   and   Saturday.
'fcr  further  particulars call   or ad-
_ress
ED. GOULET, Ag. ������
New Westminster,
Or
C.  B.  Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, H, u.
FRONT  STREET
is the place to buy or sell new and I
second-hand good, 0f any kind*   w2 '
of
100 DOZEN JELLY MS
llch we are offering for 40c per doz.
ley are new.
We also have a splendid large case
Over Fiffy Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tell you all we
have, hut iki mal ter what you want,
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel."
Mostly all made
with the Bloomer
Pants.
Other bovs look
well in these stylish
suits. Yours will look
equally as well.
M. J. PHILLIPS
SELLS THEM.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Ofllce 'Phone Ls.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia 8treet.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
L,gho^Heav>'Ha��'i'g
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.        &
WE   ARE   READY   TO
SHOW
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
you how it is cheaper to buy our
Igh-clasB    building    materials
than  It 1b to purchase (He P^'
er    kind.      We    can I"1'11'
buildings buht witn our materials   that never need re',airS'
We   can   point   te  some  ��m'rS
that need repairs all tlie time
Put  thev were not built of 0��r
materials.       See   where   rea
cheapnes
GILLEY BROS., Ltd
ADVERTISE IN THE NEW5 iNDA^
OCTOBER   11.  "09-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
m_ ���
IS   A
COMMERCIAL PROPOSITION SITUATED
THE SEA COAST.
Our refinery expert assures us that when our refinery is in operation we can pay
vidend
We own 800 acres of choice oil land.    We have a producing oil well under lease for five years.
Safe
rmanent
This is no speculation, and the dividends will increase rapidly.   No such investment was ever offered you.       I
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
OFFICE   OPEN   EVENINGS.
B*   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.
614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
PHONE 4327.
PHONE   MAIN   5865.
��� A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(MapU Leaf
Label)
!��gaininP In favor every day.    Our oatput last jeer was double the
preceding one.    The most h*>_l__ul and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
������_������
5AMONDS
We h;t\ <j now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CHOBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S  AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
|A Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
Eight-room house, nine full  sized  lots, frame    stable    and her, house;
land all under cultivation, directly back  of the   Brunette Sawmills Offlc*, a
bl��ck north of Columbia street.
Fob What?   Just Think!
*32M; Half cagh) balance $30 month on term. to be arranged.    Exclu-
lively for sale hv McQUARRIE  &  CO.,  Front  Street.
sale by
You  Can   Make   No   Mistake
'* y��u fill your numerous wants    for    Stationery,    Books.    Bibles.
Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign  News  Papers, and in fact any-
in. usually carried in a first-class Stationery  Store.
We buy direct from the manufacturers for spot cash, no mi ���
man's Profit to be added and therefore we can show you som
m��ney.savina   DplceR
require   one?
'nt new English  Church Hymn Books are now In stock.    Do
you   r�����,,:_. . '
TODHUNTER & BURR
B��okscll
New Liberal Leader
Outlines Party Policy
whoso service lie would in future HU
a position of trust and Importance.
Signs   of   Dissolution.
Referring to the criticisms of earlier speakers of. the McBride government, Mr. Oliver pointed out that Buch
criticisms  were   necessary   that    the
people might  realize the situation of
the Liberal party in the province, and
lhe  value  ol  the  Conservative  party,
since their  record in  the  past   must
be the guide to their actions in the
future.     He   believed   that   the   liouse
was on the eve of dissolution, judging
by   manj   Indications.    The   premier
had   slated   Unit   il   he   succeeded  in.
making a satisfactory agreemenl with
the Canadian  Northern railway company he would appeal to the country
before another session,   it was shown
hy the unusual activity in road work
throughout the province, and the feverish desire to get more Into the employ  of   the  government.     While    it
was  good  to  have   mom y   spi n!   on
the roads, yel he could scarci Ij   con
sider ii economical to commence road
making at  the commencement  of the
wet   season.    But   why,  queried   Mr.
Oliver,   should   thi re   be   all   this   se-
crecy.   If the govei nmenl had a good
proposition  to place before the electors, surely it would be better to place
it. before  them as earlj   as  possible
I that  tiny   mighi   have  time  to consider it properly before voting.   Only
a government  thai was afraid would
resort   to   securing   a   snap     verdict.
This,  he  pointed  out. had  been  done
on   former  occasions by  the   McBrlde
government.    In   addition   they    had
made   false   representations     to     the
puhlic;  in the face of this, could anything different be expected from them
in the future?   He was creditably informed tbat the date of the elections
had already been set.
Peculiar Finance.
The   chief   argument   advanced   by
the   Conservatives   why   they   should
be reelected to power, was that they
jhad improved  the financial condition
of   the   province.     Mr.   Tallow     was
heralded   as   a   financial   genius,   but
[some of the work he had done could
have been beaten by a schoolboy. He
borrowed   a   million   dollars,   part   of
which  has  never  been   used   to  this
day.    In  1908 the revenue from timber resources was estimated at $750,-
000.    In the public accounts the revenue  was  shown at  $2,358,000. or in
other words the finance department's
estimates   were   nearly   one-third  |Of
the  right   figure.    The   boasted   surplus  was  obtained  by  the alienation
-  ����._  nnhiic   domain.   (Shame).    It
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ers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
I
of  the   public   domain.   <Shame).
;r:i; estimated that there jnjjjgj
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*4*
* r um*rllc����d in the province
; stor 200 years at the present
��te o   cutting, or in other words   he
Government  had mortgaged  the  tim
her cut for 200 years to obtain a surplus. If the timber men stated they
eould not clear the land in 20 years
ihey were promptly Informed that it
was their own lookout. Referring to
the recent sittings of the provincial I
forestry commission, Mr. Oliver stat- ���
ed thai in an amendmenl moved to
the Land act by the Liberal opposition, was fully covered every point
brought before the commission for
solution. The amendment was voted
down by the government two years
ago. but they would have to come to
it yet, and would have to swallow
their vote of two sessions ago.
Only one point raised at the commission sittings had not been covered
by the amendment, the fair wages
clause, to provide for the payment
of the current rate of wages in any
locality. He had suggested to the
commission thai the wages for the
clearing of   land should be   while la-
'boi' wages.
Correct   Timber   Policy.
Continuing   the   speaker   passed  on
to criticise an editorial in the Daily
Columbian   upon   the   evidence   given
by himself before the Forestry Commission   ln   Vancouver.    The  article
made  it   appeal   he   was  shirking   the
question.    He had always taken oni
line of policy, and that was to handle
the timber belonging to th   Crown in
one  n gular  way.    Havi   the  timber
cruised    and    surveyed,    and    then,
knowing  what  it  was worth, offer H
for  sale.    Tin1  present   policy  aided
the speculators, or investors, he did
not blame them tor their action, bul
they profitted al  the expense of the
province.     They   invested   mom j   and
took   their   chaaces,   but   the   public
suffered  through  the  foolish  line of
I policy.
tf they came to consider the matter
185 to HO per cent of the people of
British Columbia lived in the towns
and cities. Was that a healthy state
|of affairs? Only recently the Vancouver Board of Trade, composed
mostly of Conservatives, sent a delegation to Victoria to secure the settlement ot the land.
Free Land Grants.
With settlement of the land w-as
bound up the transportation question.
No reliable information about the
lands could be obtained at the government offices. It was easier to know
years ago when he came to the
province where lands were open to
settlement than today. How could
they expect settlers to come here
while millions of acres were to be
given away in the north-west. Give
the settler free land, subject to residence and cultivation. (Applause).
Several million dollars worLU of produce which could be raised in the
province was imported annually.
Lands were staked by the investors
In the names of people who never
had been in the province and sold
again at  a profit.
Turning  to  the  water question  he
criticised the careless drafting of the '
bill which had been ultimately forced
Queers Park
New Westminster, B. C.
October 12,13, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
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ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.    NEW   WESTMINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2  p.m. Tuesday, October 12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  1 3th���Devoted  to   Scottish  Sports,  under the  management  of   the  Sons of Scotland.
THURSDAY,   OCTOBER  14th���Vancouver  Day,  Championship  lacrosse���Vancouver vs.    New Westminster.
FRIDAY,   OCTOBER    15th���Children's    Day.      Children's  sports,
air ship flight, intermediate  lacrosse and football  matches.
lacrosse      match,
STOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER   16th���Championship
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
T. J.   TRAPP,
President.
W.  H.  KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
GOD SAVE  THE  KING.
(Continued ou  Page  Six).
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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OCTOBEp
The Daily News
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"GET   THE    HABIT'
Publlshi :   :������ The Daily News ?u
Ing Ci        i . Limil   :  at their to advei Use hi-  w
The Dal i   corner ol -'''; ,:  "" known    circu
Kenzii   ;.nd Trew Btreets. Inui   advertising weeks afti
~"~~^ ���������^���. , ���     , icrue?     A busim
E- A.  Pa:ge Managing  Director .,    results,   thi    pi
Go     nmenl  uses our monej   to
up sonn   of its weaker -   ���
Thi    Libi ii.   lun       Coin
leadi i   i    John I diver,
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thousands and tl I  [ [J[      iRASER      RIVER 1 SptiCKIl t^ mum]
' .:"   SILVER   POLISH,
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FISH COMPANY
The New Up-to-Date
Fish Store
I Opp.  City  Hall |
20c
BOTTLI
MONDAY.   OCTOBER   11,   1S09.
THE   NEW  LEADER.
,,:..   can i     '  'li"  fiip-v   oi
at  him, one who  hi     thi     I  '��� sman-
shlp i" study oul  , for the P'1'-
���. mcemenl of tl i pro:: >, and p'1"'
who will turn oul the apolog) ol ������
government at Victoria, an I give us
progi ess.
We fee] Bure thai lnteresi Is so far
awakened, thai when Mr. Olivi i and
his lieutenants are billed to speak,
one will turn out. and we can-
i ,��� ee how another vote can be
for the pi ��� Bent _ >������ ei nmenl at Victoi la alwaj s exci pting tbeii "henchmen."
We doubl if any n ore Bcathlng denouncement ol an existing governmenl has ever been made than thai bj
John uihir on Saturday evening, al
the Liberal club rooms In this city,
when, in a masterly manner he |'%--
posed the absolute weaknes p>; the
ministers from tbe Premier down, ,:
the jin mui administration al Victoria. Were il run tbat Mr. Oliver
had fai ad flgun a to go upon, it
i be Impossibli to believe how
British Columbia has been hoodwink- Robertson-McCann.
ed the past six years.   What fools the     A  prettJ  ffedding was    solei
people  were  made ol   when  Mr,  Mc- al   Hazelwood  Farm.  Albion,  on   Fri-
Bride   rushed   to   England   to  appear day of  the past  weeR  when  S.   Rob-
v     e fool oi the throne for "better ertBon. only son ol    Capt   and    lr
Reid,    was  unit'-d    la  matrimony  t'i
terms' when ip.- well knew that Unt-  MjtjJ R McCann, daughtei  of Mrs. R.
ish  Columbia  was  being  treated  far j    McCann,  of  Maph   Ridge.      Ri i
better than anv other province in the A. Dunn of Sapperton officiated.
Dominion, how he blinded the people     "���'   "ridr. wh��    '";"'i charmii
white  silk  princess gown,  was  at-
to the real Issues, ami the well-mer .,.,ul,.d  by  Mlss    ADnette    Elchinco,
Ited rebute he received from his own who was attired In a net gown which
Conservative ally, the present  Prem- was trimmed with white silk.     The
ier of Ontario. Sir James Whitnev ��,'00m u'.s supported by P. Douglas
'   , New \\. stminster,
It  is Impossible to conceive  what Refreshments were served after the
deleterious  effects   the   present    ad- ceremony, and these having been dis-
mlnistration  will  have on  the future posed of the floors  wen- cleared for
of the province, the lands all gobbled dancing, which was kept up until the
early   hours   of     the   morning.       Mr.
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CHOICE  SALMON.
SMOKED   SALMON.
KIPPERS.
BLOATERS.
FINNAN   HADDOCKS.
OYSTLRS
FRESH EASTERN OYSTER3
IN SHELL.
CHICKENS
DRESSED   LOCAL  GRAIN-FED
CHICKENS.
FRUITS
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
GRAPES.
BANANAS.
APPLES.
CHOICE COOKING APPLES
A full line of
VEGETABLES
PROMPT  DELIVERY.
The  Pair
646 Columbia Street.
for cash an I sell tor tbt same
IHE RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSETS
A sanitary closet not requiring water or sewerage.
The Great Sale
AT
Lee's Emporium
IS   STILL   RUNNING   MERRILY ON
MISS   THIS   GREAT    OPPORTUNITY    01 '  ' -
>C(-UKI.,_    BARGA!
IN  FURNITURE,  BEDS  AND    BEDDING.
',;
DERS
REMEMBER  THIS;
WE SELL  ONLY  THE   BEST  IN   FURN TUR.
WE GIVE   THE   BEST   VALUE  IN   PRICES
WE DELIVER   ALL   GOODS  FREE.
WE DELIVER   GOODS   SAME   DAY  AS OPOCpFn
WE PACK   FREE  OF CHARGE ALL COUNTRY AND MAIL
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Up    by   Speculators,   tin
p _bi i
II-
and .Mrs.  Robertson left on the morn-
censes   thai   have   been  gambled  for, [ng  trajn  for Seattle and the  Sound
and   practically   the   whole    of    our cities,   where   they   will   spend   their
birthright sold for a d ess 'if pottage, honeymoon.
,,     _,. , ,       Among  the munv  presents  received
Mr. Oliver weni farther and exposed .,,,,.     Ul(.   followlng:       Heintzman
to the full tin- incompetency of the piam). Mr. and Mrs. Capt. Reid; table
Lands and Works Department stating centre and ink well, Mr. and Mrs.
that the reports of the surveys made M��ench; silver teaspoons. Mr. and
in 1907, wee ���0( ye, ready for pub- ^^^ebu^ Z S^lfi
lication, bul thai prospectors in the Geo, Adams; mustard dish. Mr. J.
States and other alien parts were Muench; hand painted cake dish,
abb'   to  secure  them,    and   then  sell   MrS- G.  Browse;   decorated china tea
to the highest bidder. Kt- Mr; and Mr8' ple-inco; china tea
, , pot and    cream    jug. .Misses    Black-
Attorney-General Bowser was round- 8tock;  sllver   cake   basket, Mr. and
ly scored for the present state of in-  Mrs.  Laird;   hand painted cake dish,
ifflciency in his department prevalent  -N'i'-S-  '<���  -Morrison;   silver    teaspoons.
In the province, referring to tbe many Y'B' ,HYhY    cut+'lass   ,cake dish'
.  . ., Mis.- ( . \ an Brummer; rocking chair.
recent  failures to capture murderers Mr     and  Mrs   j     Robertson;   chin,,.
ami others, an.l roundly accusing the Miss Nettie  Miller;   bather handbag.
departmenl of employing for the most ^'i'K-   Ritchie;   cushion   top,   Miss   E.
part, men on account of their political Robertson;  cushion top, Miss A.  El-
; U RICHMOND, Manager ��
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English Watchmaker
MAMIE S HARRIS, Agents
HALL-LAVERY   BLOCK
New Westminster.
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Y'ou wi.l find it to your advani  -������
^ ; t<  arrsnge your booking at this office, i
��� Iwhether you Intend to travel or send-i
' ng for your friends.
From  Montreal and Quebec.
Empress  of   Ireland    October i?
Empress of Britain  . .   . .  November 5
For other dates and particulars apply to
K. GOULET.
C. P. H. Agent.
LEE'S  Furniture Emporia*
JLU   __-_   MmJ.      KJ Le.-s Block, Coi
f] NEW WESTMINSTER,
3 Spree>
nvmiTT!Kamm!fKry^mfrmf!VfTTn''��'- ��
B.C
Gold Watcnes for Ladh s from ^12-/5
up-
Silver Watches,   gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver  Watches, gents'  open    case.
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Llgm
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
Two
SANITARY PLUMBING
.TEAM AND GAS FITTING
TINSMITHING      i
F.  CRAKE
doors   rrom   Ceo. Adams,   Grocer  ALL      WORK      GUARANTEED      BY
B. C. Mills, Timber anj
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINST!!
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kma" ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash, Ooon.1
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,!
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Weitminilefl
pull,  who do nothing  more than act  -   j   Mp
all the time as boosters for the pres- brilliants,
Frew;
M rs.
hair comb  set
Kendricks.
with
The
ent. government,
Taking as his caption "They talked
white but voted yellow," Mr. Oliver
pointed out how the Liberals at Victoria moved an amendment to the
following clause "Tne workmen, laborers and servants employed in or
aboul the construction of the said
railway shall he paid such rates of
wages as may be currently payable
to workmen * * * engaged In similar occupations in the district,'' plead-
in;,' that the word "white" be inserted  in  front  of  "workmen,  etc,"  and
groom's gift to the bride was a beautiful  gold  watch and  chain.
Great Advancement
of Fraser Valley
(Continued  from  Pago Onvj
is now virgin forest, before the plow,
is to be expected.
Surprised  at  Progress.
Mr.  McLeod  was    surprised  at  the
how  the Conservatives voted against  Progress made by the B. C. E. R. line,
the   Insertion   of  the   word   "white,"
and   yel   tbe  whole  cry  of the  Con-
The  steel  is  already  Into  Cloverdale,
and from there on to Abbotsford the
work  of grading the right-of-way  lias
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated LS69)
Capital  Paid up $ 4,700.000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
In   and  out  of  town  accounts  solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange 'and
Travellers' Chenu-.-s bought and ^f'id.
Telegraphic   transfers  effected.
New  Westminster, B.  C.   Branch,
F.  SHUTE,  Manager.
MERRiTHE. & HAVSAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
TELEPHONE   586.
Model Sign Works
-   SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
! Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
servative  party  is  that  the  Liberals been completed, and the ties are be-
wiil   flood   the   country   with   yellow inu' luitl-      From    Abbotsford    on  to
labor. Chilliwack  vast numbers of men  are
���ii,,  f������,,���    .,       , engaged   upon   the  completion  of  the
Ihe Conservatives brought the alien grading.      This is a work of consid-
races   here   to   build   the   C.P.R.,  and erable    magnitude.        Across    Sumas
by the grace of the present Conserva- ,I��'airie    gangs    of    men   with   steam
Bank of Montreal "The Mflwaukee"
lives they
would  still  pour in,
were
at Ottawa taking a hand in their exclusion.
We  eould  have  wished  that every
shovels are busy raising the right-of-
way to the required fifteen feet above
the present level of the prairie in or-
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   and
Newfound.and,  and  In   London,  Kng-
preach  of the  waters of the Fraser.
Building   New   Road.
ii-i ,,,,.,,     ,   ,       i- , , Along the base of Sumas mountain
fishermen on the Fraser had been the line follows the old Yah- road,
piesent Saturday night to hear the and men are at work building an-
plea put up for them by Mr. Oliver, (other section of the road to take the
on the brutal treatment meted out Place of t,lat usn'l>ed by the railway,
tn  n���������   i..<   ,.��� ,,      .. , .       ,,    higher  up  the  side  of  the   mountain.
to  them  last  year  on   the   fishing  1.-  This  part  of  the  road   was   the  only
���censes, and the bluff of the Attorney- one,  states   Mr.     McLeod,   which   he
General to appeal to the Privy Coun- 'found really bad.
vii.   when  he  knew  h_  ha_   A ���_c. I    Mr. McLeod saw much game along
der    to place    the  line    beyond  the  land, New York, Chicago and Spokane
he   had   no  case,
(he   hardships   worked  on  the  fisher-
the route, pheasants and grouse being
particular!*  plentiful,    while    indlea-
inen   and   their   families,  and  the  re-ji Ions are  good  for the duck   hunters.
tusal   to   pay   hack   the   liney   so  llleg-j^5
ally   taken.
We in tills city only know too-well
how the  Provincial Government have
opposed   everything   broughl   forward
by the Dominion Government  to the
benefit of liritish Columbia.    How the
provincial government has been rush
ing to the law courts,  like a  pack of
BORN.
AITCHISON���OCTOBER  1,  1909,  TO
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. N. Aitchison, a son.
NOTICE.
Those having rooms to let during
Exhibition week please hanl their
children, on every conceivable pointjnames and addresses with particulars
and   how  ihey  have been  defeated at It0  "1P    Secretary    al   the  Exhibition
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of th<=
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Totn'   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal In
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder Po-tland. Or.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW8
How About
Your Exhibition Suit?
Are Vou Prepare. fr|
This Bi(| Event?
We Are
in a position to Bl !  ��� '"
suit, style thi     test, and wte
from the very newest new W
fabrics.      Suits   that   are H&
ored to fit.     They will pot ^
in  a  class  with your well ���'
neatly   dressed  neighbor.
seemed    bis  suit    l"'ri?'
early.
He
Bay
Pardon Us
But one of our new to or a
shirt would add to your dn?��
We have just received tie nf*'
Sporting Goods
est In these,
dow.
Look at om
win-
WE   EXCEL.
J. EUGENE BROWN V CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
DUCKS  AND  DEER, ETC.,
every turn. The provincial governmenl
are afraid to go to the Privy Council
on the fines illegally imposed on the
fishermen. Ihey will know the scathing judgment there will he passed
on them.
Again, the huge subsidies paid to
their press, in lhe way of advertising,
that enable sycophantic Journals such
as the Columbian to support them
blindly.
We accuse the present government
of wilfully paying huge subsidies in
the way of advertising, and in proof
of this say thai it was nol lo the
puhlic good, or to benefit tho public
or io entail greater publicity, that
pages were used in the "Week", of
Victoria, and iii an evening paper
just published, when older journals '
,w.ei_��   .,��*__    out,       We.    place    U��
grounds, as a number of applications
have already been received  applying
for accommodation during Fair week.
W. II. KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING
OPENED ON SEPTEMBER 1.
n_ VZJtS F��R REQUIREN>ENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS WE ARE CARRYING A FULL
AND COMPLETE STOCK  AT   LOW PRICES
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Re 14-100 acres of portion of section 21, block B, north range 6, west
New  Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number B667F issued In
the name of Island Lodge No. LM, I. O.
O. F., has been filed in this offlc.
Notice la hereby givnn that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published ln
the c,t.v of New Westminster, Issue
a   duplicate   of    he    said    certificate.
unless   In  the  meantime ��>�� ��!
tion be made to me In *""*
C.   B'   1U'   .  q.|,|?S.
District Registrar ��l'mil.
Land Registry Office, New
ster, B. ft, September 9
DIEBOLD S/IFE fl fl
CANTON. OHIO.
Prices given on ���PP����*lJ^ vK��
Burglar proof and other sate
doors;   locks, etc.        _iirNeTT, Ac-
Agent.  H.    J-    A-    ^URN box 69'
countcnt and auditor, P."
TRADE   WITH   LS  A N r>   SAVE   MON0
Three Packages Carnation Flakes for.
Three Packages Canadian Flakes for..
Puff Rice, per package	
BREAKFAST FOODS.
$1.00
1.00
.10
Cream of Wheat, per package	
Meat of Wheat, per package	
Lake of the Woods Breakfast Food, 6-lb. sack
35c each, 3 for.
.25
.20
1.00
C. A. WELSH, The People's Groce    Phones 193 and 443, Mt^S3^SSS^
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THE DAILY NEWS.
I,    ',
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
ALS ARE CHAMPS
OF lilt N. L. II.
o ���
Stylish Millinery For
Fall Wear.
, (inp.  i.....   io enter our millinery   salon   lo     realize   why   our
Mlinerv i   considered the besl  In  Xew  Westminster.      There is a
, ,| individuality to It  thai is strictly new and highly art) tii
pl to describe it would require columns of newspaper Bpace
,  tlj beg .vou to 'Pill and examine ll for yourself.
are the lowest.
: order before the rush Is on for exhibition.
IVIILLINERY   SALON.   SECOND   FLOOR.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
|  Two Deciding Games They Scored
<      Ten Goals to Eight For Irishmen
Not Be Here This Fall.
���   i hampions of the \.
ii  Is now    practically a
���u '" B
that there will be no cha!
Unto  c ip  this  year.
Mom ��� liea the championship
on  Satun -,  tnej   defeated the
to -j..   tune ol five to one.
ame Shamrocks had
.. Bcore of seven to
team has one game
Montreals,    howi ver,    bave
'ip'- uppei   hand    In  goals    the totals
coiei ten toi the Montreal and
only elgl tin   Bha nrock
Had   the   irishmen   won   the  Cham-
11     , illitj   that
thej   mighi   bave  cl       aged   for   the
' ip   ind lnsl      .    :i   v .  ip..   ofl   this
, i"i   they an   no oi lously a hotheaded and erratic bunch.     That the
Montreals, nowever   will do anything
llki   ihat  Is 'mprobable.      The Mont-
had, Indeed, threatened to torn
the West this fall  whi thei   thej   won
t the championship of the N.  L.  U. or
not,  but  considering   the   lateness  of
the    Reason, ii  is  now    certain  that
Ihey   will  nol   do so.
WE CAN SHOW YOU
the best line of Leather Goods ever
stocked in this city.
Large assortment just arrived.   Best value, lowest prices.
A great variety of Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.   Everything in Home Furnishings
  at astonishing prices.
In Spite   of Circumstances
Westminster Boys Put Up|W��    ____!���    FALES 612-618 Ag__S Street
Splendid Fight.
  Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT  CALL 81.
ROVERS DISMISSED
FROM NATIONAL CUP
SATlIUn RACING
k-'Asi.
ONE    E> E
often differs from the other requiring a different lense.
We examine each eye separately and if necessary fit
each eye separately, and if necessary fit each with a
suitiil.lv lease, so as to restore equal vision. We do not
charge for  examination.
Optica] Parlor,
Itoom 13,
Dominion  Trust  Bldg.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, B. C.
hat Grade of Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you���and guarantee them, too.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
FIRST RACE���Five and a hall
furlongs,   selling,   three-year-olds   and
up.
1. Succeed;   2, Prestige;   :\,    Purse
p Rose.
SECOND RACK���Five und a half
I'm longs, selling, three-year-olds and
up.
1. Zick A lira ms: li, Lord Provost; 3,
Cheers.
THIRD RACK���One mile and fifty
yards, selling, three-year-olds and up
1, Sink Spring;  1, Severus;   ., Or.
White.
FOl'RTH RACK���One mile; The
Chevalier Handicap; three-year-olds
and up; value to flrst, $200.
l, Workbox; 2, Valoskl; 3, Ml Der-
echo.
FIFTH RACE���Seven furlongs,
selling; three-year-olds and up.
1, Peggy O'Neal; 2, Redwood; 3,
llilgert.
SIXTH RACE���Five furlongs, selling, three-year-olds and up.
1. Dainty Belle; 2, Prosper; '���'.
Beautiful  and  Best.
SEVENTH RACK���Five and a half
furlongs, the Daly Handicap; two-
year-olds and up;  value to first, $200.
1, .Miss Picnic; 2, Raleigh P. D.; 3,
Electrowan.
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������*���
Electric Railway Service
Lacrosse Team for Tomorrow.
The following team has been selected for the lacrosse match tomorrow
afternoon at Queen's park between
the Westminster Senior Amateurs
and the .Maple Leafs: Goal. I.). E.
Munn; point. 1). Digby; cover point,
R. Pearson; flrst defence. B. Galbralth, second defence; W. Patchell;
third defence II. Gilford: centre G.
Mannering; third home. J, Fitzgerald: second home, W. Sangster; first
home. Nelson Kenny; outside, V. Purdy;  inside, O. Swanson.
A meeting will be held in Vancouver this evening to pick the visiting
team, and decide with reference to
the championship series whieh is still
unsettled  owing  to  the  tie.
The Rovers were beaten at Recreation park, Vancouver, ou Saturday, in
the first rouml oi the National cup,
after putting up a game which should
certainly have curried them t.o victory under any ordinary circumstances.
The main cause of the defeat was
the failure of two ni the principal men
to turn out, and without Lyons and
Vlner the whole team was disorganized.       When   the     rei,.re,-  called   the
start  only seven    Westminster    boy_
took the field, and Sawyers and Lock
did nol pul In an appearance for several minutes, during which Irvine
beat Teague, and although Westminster equalized shortly afterward,
Miinro placed the Thistles ahead.
Just before half time the other tw<
men took the field, and although Irvine netted once more, the Rovers
thereafter were able to bold their
own, and throughout the second half
had all the better of play and should
have scored several times. Two or
three times the hall hit the post, and
rebounded into play, and at least on
half a dozeil occasions the allots Of
Shawcross, Robertson and Johnson
missed only by inches.
Every one who saw the game on
Saturday will admit that the Rovers
demonstrated a better knowledge of
the fine points of football, and had
Vlner and Lynns heen in their places
the Scotsmen would never have I
passed into the second round of the
cup, Kirhy undoubtedly was the
best man on the line up. and Robertson would have done wonders if he
had only had a fair measure of support. Burrows played well at full
back.
The match in itself proved not
at ail a bad exhibition of football and
better than the Celtic-Shamrock one
whieli preceded it. Shaw in goal,
Irvine and Forrest appeared to be the
choice men on the home side. The
whole team, however, lacks initiative,
and wants to Improve in combination
before they will figure high in the
league table. The Rovers had them
all beaten every time on individual
play.
I    The teams were:
Thistles���Goal.  Shaw:     backs.  For-
Irest and Harley;   halves. Rennie. Jas.
Teed     and     D.    Neilson;     forwards,
O'fiara, Irvine, D. Spence, Munro *"1(i
Butchart.
Westminster���Goal. Teague: hacks.
Kirhy and Burrows: halves, Shawcross. Sawers and Lock; forwards,
Brooks, King, Johnson, Robertson
ami Caydzlen.
Referee���D.  McCallum.
National Cup���First Round.
Celtics. -1:   Shamrocks, _.
Second   Division.
B.  ('.   E.  R., 3;   Thistles, 0. I
Nationals, 3;  Central  Methodists. 1.
Y. M. C A., 2;  Shamrocks. 1.
Grandview.  1;   C  P. R., 0.
Coquitlam, 1; V. A. C, 0.
I
DETROIT WINS SECOND
IN  CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Interurban  Line.
Cars  for Vancouver   and    way
stations  will   run  every   halt
hour  lrom   5:50   a. m.    Last
car leave, at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap-
Perton and city iimltg over the
cl>J' litn>.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office 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 half-houny he-
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m
��� British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Westham  Island  Fail.
For some unaccountable reason the ;
Westham   island  club  is  unwilling to j
play off the league fixture in the Vancouver  District     Football   league  dur-
lng  the    progress  of    the  exhibition.
The executive  will  invite the Celtics
or Shamrocks to take their place and i
play    an    exhibition  game.    Arrange-;
ments to this end will be made today
SATURDAY'S   FOOTBALL
IN  THE  EAST
Montreal.   13;   Argonauts,  5.
McGill. 20; Ottawa Call, 3.
Ottawa, 7;   Tigers. 5.
R.H.E.
Detroit    ..   .0231/2000 0���7 9 3
Pittsburg  .   .2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0���11 4 1
Batteries���Detroit,     Donovan     and
Schmidt;     Pittsburg,  Camnitz,  Willis
and Gibson.
Forbes  Field.    Pittsburg,  Oct.   9.���
Detroit evened up    the count in the
world's    championship
defeating  Pittsburg    ln
game  at   Forbes   field.
players batted Camnitz
the    game, and  he  was
series  today,
a    one-sided
The  Detroit
liard early in
relieved by
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
Funeral  of  Mrs. Constable.
The  funeral     will   take     place  this '
afternoon to the Church  of England
cemetery of Helen Constable, wife of s
W.  K.  Constable of    Port   Kells.  who !
died in the  Royal Columbian hospital |
'on Friday night at the age of 31. She!
'leaves  a  husband  and   live  children.
The   monthly   meeting  of   the  local
Council  of  Women  will  be  held  this;
afternoon    In    the    board    of    trad
I room.
Willis in the third. Willis was hit
hard in the fifth inning, and Detroit
scored  two  more  runs.
The first inning was all Pittsburg,
but after that the National league
champions were not in the running
for a moment. Two two-baggers and
a base on balls off "Wild Bill" Donovan in tlie first inning was the end of
their ability to hit him. After this
he became better every inning, and
tlie hard-hitting Pirates were absolutely helpless before his brilliant
twirling. Only three hits were made
off Donovan after the flrst inning.
One of the sensational features w-as
a brilliant steal of home by Ty Cobb
in the third inning on the first ball
pitched by Willis. Gibson was so
surprised at the unexpected feat of
Cobb that he dropped the ball as
Cobb slid over the plate.
Our
Underwear
We ask the man with Underwear troubles to come here. First,
wre can fit him correctly, for we
have all proportions and sizes.
Then we have all the best makes,
such as Stanfields in several
weights, Penman's Natural Wool,
Eller Spring Needle, Watson's
and other makes too numerous to
mention.   Prices, the suit,
$1.50, $2.50, $5.00
Union Suits.
ANY MAN WHO WEARS UNION SUITS WILL ADVISE
YOU TO DO SO. NO LAPPING OVER AT THE WAIST���NO
SLIPPING UP OR DOWN. WE STUDY THE UNDERWEAR
QUESTION AND APPRECIATE THE DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS OF DIFFERENT MEN. CALL AND SEE US TODAY
BEFORE   YOU   CONTRACT    A  COLD.
Sweater Vests.
IF YOU WANT SOMETHING THAT IS WARM AND COMFORTABLE AS WELL AS STYLISH, GET A SWEATER VEST,
WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES, WEIGHTS AND COMBINATIONS   OF  COLORS.
$1.25 to $5.00
REID & CO.
CLOTHIERS AND
HABERDASHERS
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
6,2-6l8 Agnw Street.
During Exhibition Week
we are offering exceptionally good
values ?t the lowest possible prices.
Walk in, be shown and be convinced.
w
the leading !���*�� "<*' tip^ste"1-- %
ITS  BRANCHES.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car mayjmeet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DIN- |
NER TABLE FOR EXHIBI- "
TION   WEEK.
MOREY & CO.
ARE   MAKING   A
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF D1N-
NERWARE
FOR A FEW DAYS. COME
AND SEE IT AT 665 COLUM
BIA  STREET.
MOREY'S
BIG   EOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
ff       i nc
not  too delic_te to
be   safely   washeJ    wit
Sunlight   Soap.
cU:.:. s.aps iiave ibjui .
your linens
and laded
the coloured
things, re-
men._t.-r tlie
word Son
liKht
New Liberal Leader
i      Outlines Party Policy
(continued from Parr�� Three.)
. rnment to fipht tbi
i year ago
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them and <
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For long-wearing, lo^
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govei nmi nl wh ������ l
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Westminster  Bridge.
They had no systi   i in governi
al work.   Tak       ���   .        pie I
���   liouse.     It   was  freely  ...
. th it tl ������ specifications
altered  to  benefit   the    conti:i
The Nelson court hous    was  I
level   and  ha .
rendi ; ��� -  Canoi  Pi
been  iii
a when I
; out
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Taki   notici   thai    n applli
to rivi. ������    ' Ketch-
urn ai   tm   owni     In  tei   simple, un-
di p     ���  ���- -. l     I let
to r ���'. Howaj  an I  Etobii   L.
Reid   ��� eai lng date the 1     . iy ol De-
i   a. D., 1902  ol all and sing i-
���   certain  parcel    or  trai i   ol
TaY notice thai an application has
���   ��� Rydi
as ,,-.���.:.' r in  I inder a  tax
���ale ���!' vl fron   9 A   Fletcher to
Annie   Ryd r the   13
dpiy of Octobi r,  V. Ij   1908, of all and
singular that c< I or trad
of   land and   premls -   situate,  lying
and   being in   I        district of    Ne* _, fi  ,,,', . flying
Wi  tmln-ter, in the Province of Bnt- ,  lng in the flr- x,.u   v.'- .���
ish      Columbia,    more    particularly      .,.,���,-   in ,.. oi    British
known and described as Loi - lumbla more particularly known
Blocl   i; Lots 8, 9, 16 and IT. Bl : described       Loi 13 of Bh.
4: Lots 1, - 9, 16 and 17. Bloc -��� ,: Lct 2oi, Group 1, Murrav Addl-
Ivo'- ; .',. 12, 13 and 20. Block 9; Loi tion. norU, ; ,,: i,,,; 1} 01 Blo . I I
1, 8, 9, 16 and IT, Block 10; Lo - i ,,f \j(l, 2oi, Group 1, Murraj . Addl-
fi. 16 and IT. Block 12;  Lots 4  5   12, tion
i     ��i i 20, Block 13; LotH I,       '   ' ���      y',,,, ������,. ,p. ... claiming throu
and IT. Block 14; Lots 1, 8, 9   16 andiunder you   and   .,     p, .
IT. Block 16; Lots 4, 5, and 2 . Block  ....   Intereg1   ln  ,. ..,,]  by  vlr-
1T; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 1,   _   ck 18;   ...   ,,,    ....   unreglstered instrument.
Lot   6,   Block   21:   all   sn        inio      of jand  al]  ,��� .    ,na rlaiminu anv inti   ���
Lot 203, Group 1.     Lots 10, 11, 12, 13. in  ,,,. Bald  !and    by deBcent,   whose
14 and 15,  Block   "K"  B in   oi  .,,,,. ,g not  ,.,      .    , .  ,,. ,,      ,   ,. pro.
Lot 268, Group 1;  Lota 21   25  26  27,   rjsiona  ot  ,:,,-  "Land   Registrv  Act,
spans.    Having  critlclsi i the won in                                   mlsrepn
sive systei                  i Oliver I
too much officialdom   the sj tter ten       He.l
ferred                estml eturns of the D
its sysl             tolls, the oi '    tti ���
.    ray bridge in Brlti      Colu ....     : |   .
Is   were '��� ;l P08"
deceived I
.    gi                       ild   not fon people of B. C. to the <
-   ��� ���           ....         ,   ��� ,          tatement Mr.  0
if the b idgi   I      :. is prepared I          nd oi     i     I
tl'-d  up as it  should have 1 form  in  Car.
-inds of dollars  was  lost  to the                      Railway   Policy.
ter through ���
���   ���. o:  thi   governmenl .
Talk White. Vote Yellow. Po       ��� II     tin
class Shoes, try
:- hid.
The Old Country
Boot Store
661   Columbia  S
���   .cl
OUR   STOCK   AT   PRESENT   IS   REPLETp
FOOTWEAR   SUITABLE   FOR   WINTER    .
Jt   the  Lite p.                ������ retiu:.   I
to  Ofl        '
menl   oi   taxation  to  help thi
Icipalltles.   (Applause). Turning
to the Asiatic question and the ���'
lous   Bowsei Id    he
urging    ip ���    '
;  ���   necessil    ol  Inaui
,        .   of railway cons?! icl
���   i    and   bad   pron Isi
the  government   towards   this    ���   d
Yel  in  seven  years thi
31 and 32, Block 1;  Lots 2, 3, 1
���   required  to contest  the claim of
7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 11. 15 18, 19 and 20, .,,. ,;X    ...     _. ,.    wjthin  foltvflvr.
B1o<"!<  i; Lot ll L '    1, 8, daj,g from thf. date of the flrst pUbu.
9, 16 and IT. Block 15;  Loi    4   5, 12, catfo-  ot lhi. notic,.. ancl jn  default
13 and 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot ,,:  .   cavedt  jr certi_Cate ol  Us pen-
203, Group 1;  Uy  ._. Block ., ol Loi (|( ,s bejDg  fi|(.d    wit!lln 8UCh period
227, Group 1, Map IT).
or In  default   of    redemption  before
Yon and those claiming through or ,,. j,,,,,,!,,,,. you ,ind eac)l ot you wni
under you and all persona claiming ,.,. forever estopped and debarred
any Interest in the said land by vi. from Betting up anv claim to or In
tue of any unregistered Instrument .,.,,. ,,, , ,. Bald land| and I shall
and all persons claiming any Interest n.d,���.,. Charles Ketchum as owner
in the said Iand by d Bcent, who - .,,,,,.. ,n fee And , hereb dlrect
title is not registered under the pro- that publication of this notice for
Vis!0,i- '.'; 'Y 'I/!'!'1 Reg'stn Act thirty dtys in a dally newspaper pub-
are required to contest the claim of ]JH!](.d  jn   Sf.w   We3'tm)nsu.,   wi]1   be
the   tax   purchaser    within   ten   d ya , aml BUfflclent Bfirvi,,,. thereof.
from the date of the first publication     Date1 at the Lan(l ,{,.,,.���,.., 0fflce,
of this uotlce and in default or a cav- New  Westminster, province ol   Brit-
eat or certificate of lis pendens being ,gh Columbia, this 28th dav of Sep-
flled within such period, or In .?)   ��� ���  .. Jiber> A_ D_ 19g9i
Uf redemption before registration youl .,       ,.pITN
and  each  of you  will   be  forev     es- A- b; ^fc'11H-
topped and debarred from setting up District Registrar.
any claim to ()r an respect of the said     To Henry Young. Esq., John  lv
land, and I Bhal] register Annie Ryder  Esq. 228-30
as owner thereof In fee,     And ' here-       I
by order that publication of this no-
tic, for ten 'lays In a dally newspaper |
published in New Wesi m nster will
ii. good and sufficient service thei ol
Dated at the land registry office,
New Westminster, Province (>f Brl isn
Columbia, this 30th day of August,
A. I). 1909.
C   S,  KEITH,
D   trie! Registrar.
To Samuel Coulter, Es \.
Opera   House  Bookings
Oct. 13���Scottish Concert.
Oct. 20.���O.    Henry's    Xew   Opera
'Lo."
Oct. 2S���Tru- Climax.
Nov. 1  and  2���Th    Shepherd  King
Nov.  4.���Parisian  Model.
Nov. 19.���Human  Hearts. |
would show that tbe Coi ative had done nothing. Tin- Dominion
partj   talked "white" and voti | "yel ent, on the contrary bad I
low."    When   thej    lought  to amend  ussed   i ' miles  ol   railways  in  the
ih'- fair wi   es clau      In thi   contract  province exclu thei     i I Trunk
with   the   G.T.P.   Railway     to     read   Pacific,  at   a   cosl  ol   $6,6      Yel
"such wages as were usuallj   paid l :    'vincial governmenl had   I
men In the district I i i "white' no more interest in thi wo than 11
men" It wa ��'oti : down by H had hen in Quebec Instead ol
thi Conservatives. When he came to British Columbia The poll of thi
liritish Columbia then wa the same Liberal pany would be to cooi
igltatlon as todaj against Oriental with thi federal governmenl In .,
gration.    The   n i trictlve    legie policy for the province   and
latlon bad been a success, as impos-  h   ti    I  ol  fighting  with  tbi   governed bj   the Dominion government, and       -:    '  Ottawa  to work  with  thei
the   inconsistencj   ol   the   Conserva- foi ' relopment of British Colum-
tives was shown by their fear ol the bla; this would not. however, i ean
bars being let down, whili al thi ' they endorse every and any
time declaring that the legislation proposition thai was made by the
was Ineffective, ;i1 government.  (Appldnse).
Lei them see that the Health Act It was tbe Intention of thi L
was enforced. Regulations could be party In British Columbia, If i
mad" by the lieutenant-governor In '��� power, to show tii" people of the
council which would compel the Ori- province thai they could originati a
entals to put their dwellings in order policy for the province. As an opposi
and make them safe and sanitary for tion they had been doing much fur
them ami their neighbors, force them '.;v country by suggesting moans <>'���
to come up to a white man's stand- government, which had been used bj
ard of living.      (Applause.) government,  an.l  for   which  the
.. '   ,.,    . government obtained the credit. Yet
Strengthen   Health   Act. ,f  ,|](. ()U(.stirm  waa OIj��� ���, retraining
One   of   the   things   the   Dominion from  helping the government in ord-
government had heen considering for er   to  obtain   power,    he   personally
some   time   was   dealing    with     the would relinquish th"    power,    for he
Asiatic question from this standpoint, placed  the province first  and  power
Ttie speaker had suggested thi_ rem-'afterwards.   I Applause).
edy   to   tlie   attorney-general   of   the      Robert   Jardine   led   the   cheering.
province,   and   often      his   assistance wniCb followed the conclusion of the
to put the necessary legislation I speech by the new leader, and a vote
through   the   house,   bul  liis  sugges-.'of   thanks  was   then   passed   to   the
tions had been reject) I.   Ji the Lib- speakers of the evening on motion of
eral party were  placed In  power   it k. Qoulet, .	
would be their policy to strengthen     The meeting was well &ttettd��d an.
'  i   health act, and provide for a rigid musical  selections forme,!  _  pleasing
governmental inspectioi   oi  i       , of interludi    to the   speeches.     Those
abode.  This would  abolish  the pres- contributing were F. S. Cameron, W.
ent fire traps and den    ol  tilth, and Morn's,    w.    Sayce    and  VV     Pryei
by  removing  these  conditions,   rorce (piano).
the Asiatics to live up to the standard      Mr   Oliver will speak in Vancouver
of the whites.   This he believi I  was 0n   Monday  night,    in   Victoria     on
iii" solution of tii" Asiatic qui ition. Tuesday  night, and  other  points  on
(Applause). Vancouver island during  the  balance
It had been the policy of tbe Brit- of  the  week,
For heavy outdoor wear we  have thi
$3.50,  $4.00  and  $4.50.     Warranted solid.
For those  who  want a  lighter Boot    wi
Boot at $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50. ''' '
For a fine stylish  Boot we recommend   thi
Boot  at $4.50.    These  are  just  right for ityh
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL EOCTS.
We   are   particularly  strong   In this spec
For   boys   we   specially   recorrmend the  Did    .'.
need for rubbers with these on.
Our  prices,  being  for  cash  on'y,  are   in   ew
the quality is the best obtainable.
REPAIRS���Bring   us   your   old Boots for r��|
them   done  neatly  and   promptly  at      very  mod'
THE OID COUNTRY BOOT STORE
661 Columbia Street.
J. STEWART. Pn
New Furniture
Business
We sell direct from the manufacturer to the public,
SAMPLE   ROOMS:
Nos. 2 and 3 Duoont Block, over "Tne   Fair.'
4. S. DEENNY, Columbia Sireei, New
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Stop and See Our Toilet Soaps j|
35c a Box.
AT
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND,
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57,
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,&.m*
Right Prices, Good Service, Courteous Treatment, Honest   Values.
 All these we guarantee every customer.
Our Stock of Furnishings For Men
Will Satisfy Anyone
Some of Our Leaders in Men's Fall and Winter Underwear
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
5*5 Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  B.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL.. $6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $..25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
FI.OUR ANO FEED MERCHANTS
1 McQuarrie & Co..
FRONT   STREET.
New  Westminster.
Te'eshon. WO
MEN'S FINE NATURAL WOOL, FRENCH NECK, MOHAIR
FACING: SHIRTS DOUBLE BREASTED AND DRAWERS
TROUSER    FINISHED.    SUIT
���BRITANNIA." AN IMPORTED LINE OF NATURAL WOOL
UNDERWEAR. MEDIUM HEAVY WEICHT AND BEAUTIFULLY   FINISHED;   SUIT
$2.50
$4.50
P. BURNS & CO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
FINE   GAUZE   RIB,   NATURAL  WOOL, MEDIUM WEIGHT.  DOUBLE   BREASTED.    WITH    PEARL    BUTTONS,     UNSHRINK
ABLE:    SUIT
MEDIUM   WEIGHT   CAMELS   HAIR     UNDERWEAR;     A   NICE,
SOFT   QUALITY,  AND UNSHRINKABLE, AT.   SUIT
$2.75
$3.50
Besides these we carry all the most popular lines, in the best brands,
that we think will give every satisfaction in wear and value to our customers.   INVESTIGATE AND COMPARE���we urge you to do this
before buying your winter supply.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
_3___a__��a_s___��2 :-..w'AwaB___fr_a*_.
The  William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Fnrnishings, Boots and Shoes
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Be.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia  Street.       j __>NDaY'
OCTOBER   11,   19��9'
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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All that you have to do to enter this interesting contest is to visit the
White Swan Soap Exhibit at the Fair.
|T is A  MOST  UNIQUE   AND   INTERESTING   ONE,   AND   CONSISTS OF THE TOP OF THE WORLD.  AT  THE  TO
P   IS  THE  NORTH   POLE,  MADE  OF  WHITE  SWAN  SOAP,   SURROUNDED   BY   ICE
Guess the
Ight of the North Pole.
AND WIN  ONE  OF  THE   FOLLOWING   PRIZES.       OUR    DEMONSTRATORS  AT  THE   FAIR   WILL   HAND  YOU  A  SLIP.  PUT THE  WEIGHT   DOWN   ALONG   WITH   YOUR   NAME  AND  ADDRESS.    THE   POLE
WILL  BE  WEIGHED  AT  THE  CONCLUSION   OF   THE   FAIR   AND  THE   NAMES   OF   THE   WINNERS  ANNOUNCED   NEXT   WEEK.
First Prize.   A handsome 7-drawer sewing machine.
Second and Third Prizes.   A beautiful silver baking dish.
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Prizes.   A handsome silver fruit dish; and
Twenty other prizes valued at not less than $1.00.
Extra Special Offering During Fair Week.
IN  ORDER   TO   FURTHER      INTRODUCE   WHITE   SWAN   SOAP   INTO   EVERY   HOME   WE   HAVE   BROUGHT   WITH   US   A   HANDSOM E  ASSORTMENT  OF  RINGS.    THESE  ARE ALL THE VERY  LATEST
SETTINGS,  CONSISTING  OF    RUBIES,   EMERALDS,   DIAMONDS,    PEARLS,   ETC.,   IN   SOLITAIRE  STYLE  AND  CLUSTERS.      THESE   SELL  REGULARLY  FOR $2.00 UP TO $3.00 IN  EVERY JEWELRY STORE.
WHILE THE   FAIR   IS ON   WE   ARE   GIVING   THEM   AWAY   FOR
ONE COUPON WHITE S WAN SOAP AND FIFTY CENTS.
THIS   IS  YOUR   CHANCE  OF A  LIFETIME  TO GET A GOOD     RING   NEXT  TO   NOTHING.       EVERY ONE  IS GUARANTEED  FOR THREE  YEARS  BY  THE  MANUFACTUR ERS, WHO WILL IN THE  EVENT
OF ONE   BEING   FOUND   UNSATISFACTORY,   GIVE   YOU   A   NEW     ONE.
White Swan   Soap is a Soap of Real Merit.
SNAPS FOR FAIR
WEEK
Royal   Standard    Flour goes
father because ii is better. It
makes better bread because it
is milled from superior selected
| "beat by the most modern ma-
I'Mnery.      Every    I)r0CPss   ls
| Dll��' carefully watched with a
! M'w '"   maintaining    or even
iprovlng the Btandard.     You
,houW con  ilt your own Inter-
681 aml   try   Royal  Btandard
Flour.
'Mo"' ""> this, in each 49-lb.
^ of ii0U|. you secure a cou
pon whii h
you an oppor-
lu,lil>' to wi,, a 109-plece china
''''llll'l   BPl l ,    ,
""��� Look ove,- our ad-
Tertlsement_ f0. the winning
numbr's each month.
MANUFACTUR
SEVEN MODERN HOUSES WITH
ELECTRIC LIGHT; CITY; GOOD
TERMS.
FRUIT AND CHICKEN FARM
NEAR  TRAM   AND  CITY
DAIRY AND PASTURE FARM,
MILE   FROM  CITY.
HOUSE AND LOTS, VICTORIA.
WATER FRONTAGE WITH RAILWAY   SIDING.
ACREAGE ON WESTMINSTER'S
NEW  TRAM   LINE.
FRUIT AND CHICKEN FARM
STOCKED WITH 1000 PRIZE CHICKENS AND  EQUIPMENTS.
THIRTY ACRES WITH WATER-
FRONTAGE SUITABLE FOR SAWMILLS.
BUILDING  LOTS, VANCOUVER.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth SL an.    . _ft_ Arena*
PHONE  S7Q.
BOWELL A ODDY. Proorleton.
Salome u��_
TO ENTER CONVENT!
| STARVING ESQUIMAUX
BECOMES CANNIBAL
ED  BY
VASCOUVtR MILLING AND
Wn co., lu.
Vanc0uV
APPLY
TYNEHEAD NOTES,
t Contributed.)
Robert James Paris, aged 11 years
3 months and ;i days, second youngest
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Paris of
Valley Cottage, Tynehead, B. C. died
from the effects of being struck by
a bar. The accident occurred at 8
o'clock Sunday evening. The two
oldest boys went out to take the horses from the pasture to the barn. They
had a lantern as it was quite dark.
As the horse stepped over the bars
the youngest boy went to put the halter on him. when, when his hind feet
became entangled  in the bars nnd he
'began lo strangle. One ol' tho bars
was dislodged and knocked the boy
down. Hi' was unconscious when
his oldest brother John called Uie
Family to his aid, and remained so
until   liis   death,   which     occurred   on
'.Monday, September 27, at 6:36 I'm.
'I'lie deceased had nianv friends, as
lie was a bright little fellow and his
casket was covered with flowers from
the following; Family, wreath; Tynehead School and teacher, wreath;
former teacher, Miss Jean Forrester,
spray; Miss Phillips, spray; West minster High School, wreath; Mrs. Corbett and family, spray; Katie Jardine,
spray;  Mrs. Fletcher, spray.
KENTUCKY'S NIGHT  RIDERS
AGAIN GET BUSY.
Mary  Garden,   Famous  in   New  York,
Is Heartily Tired of All  Pomp
and  Vanity.
Xew York, Oct. X��� Imagine Mary
Garden, who would not let any one
lelse play the part of Salome or Louise
lat the Manhattan Opera house last
j winter, and had a row with Oscar
Hammersteln about it, preparing to
become  a  nun.
From Salome of the seven veils to
a nun with only one ls a big wriggle,
.hut somebody c.bled from Paris that
I Miss Garden was contemplating it,
land today a friend of the singer in
New York received a letter from Miss
I Garden in whlcb she wrote:
"I am spending all my spare time
studying the Roman Catholic religion,
so as to fit myself to become a nun. I
am tired of all the pomp and vanity
of this wicked world, and when my
operatic career closes 1 will retire to
a convent."
A little while ago stories were floated that a Russian prince was pursuing Miss Garden, intent on marrying
her. That story is a bit stale now,
but the nunnery one is brand new.
An  Arctic  Native  Kills and   Eats  His
Child���Rescue   of   Wrecked
Whaling   Crew.
St. John's Nfld., Oct. 8.���The Hudson's bay mounted police report tlie
cannabilism of a starving Esquimau
in despatches brought by the Hudson
Bay company's steamer Adventure,
which arrived here yesterday Witb
the crew of the lost Dundee whaler
Paradox. The Esquimau fishing and
hunting season had been a failure,
and  driven   mad   by  hunger    he  cut
ithe throat of one of his children and
ate the little victim. When the man's
neighbors learned of this they attacked him.    The outcast fled to the
I shelter of his Igloo and beat off the
attacking party and escaping into the
wilderness. Whether lie succeeded
in reaching some remote settlement
where his crime was unknown, or
whether he succumbed' to starvation,
is   not   known.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster.
THE HOME PAPER
is   the  Paper   That  Prims   All
the     Home     News.
The     Dally    N��w��
10c   a   Week.
Brooklyn, Ky.. Oct. 9.���After several weeks of idleness, Kentucky's
masked night riders are again on tbt'
job of creating consternation throughout Uie state. Early today a party
of men with their features hidden by
long black masks, drove up to the
barn of Kdward Johnson, set flre to
the building and destroyed 3000
pounds of valuable tohacco.
After burning the barn, the vandals
cut all telephone wires in tlie vicinity
so that Johnson could not communi-
cate with the authorities. The men
worked deliberately, but quietly, and
had nothing to say to any member ot
tlie tobacco grower's family.
Tin- night riders inflicted no physical barm upon Johnson and rode
away as quietly as they came.
TRANQUILuE  SANATORIUM
STILL   NEEDS   FINANCIAL  AID
The Tranquille Sanatorium for the
use of consumptives In British Columbia is approaching completion and
It is expected that the entire building
will be in operation shortly after
Christmas. The amount of money
collected in aid of the structure is up
to the present $107,000. A sum approaching $100 000 is still required,
and while the money continues to
flow in, It is probable that another
crusade will be necessary.
At tlie end of September there
were 31 patients under treatment at
Tranquille, of whom one-third were
incipients, the remainder being in an
advanced stage of phthisis. When
the new structure Is completed it will
be possible to handle 50 additional
patients, while the erection of tents
and cottages In the grounds will provide accommodation for many more.
New Westminsterites will have an
opportunity to help tlie fight against
consumption on Thursday. Tag Day.
Disloyal to His Trust.
Edmonton, Oct. P.���Lying in a
wagon surrounded by a detachment
of city and mounted police and shackled to three convicts, Sponce, Oristell
and Magee, whom lie had helped to
escape from prison at Fort Saskatchewan on Wednesday. Private Watters,
R. N. W. Al. P. was brought into the
city last night and is now confined
at the barracks. Yesterday a farmer
named J. W. Reed telephoned from
south of Strathcona that the men had
supper there and were sleeping in a
barn. Inspector Worsley. with three
policemen, rushed them before Walters could pull ills service revolver.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, |via Niagara Falls.
For Tim_ Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAbX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, N.w
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 17;">7a. Issued In
the name of William Oleson, has been
filed ln this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
thp City of New Westminster, Issue n
duplicate of the said certificate unless
ln the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, N.w West-
nlnster, B. C, August 2, 1909.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
���THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Eight Trains Every Day in tha Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best Ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It Is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly Illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private eompart-
ment cars, standard 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair oars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet,, library and smoking ears.
For  Time   Tables,  Folders, or any;
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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Call Again
"We have been
looking for you."
Now, listen.
We offer to you,
whether you wish
a bargain or not,
tins of Chicken
Broth at only five
cents per tin���and
if that is not cheap
and reasonable we
don't know what
is. This is a very
good line, and to
get people to know
what it is we are
selling it at an un-,
usually low price.
It is a new line with
us, and we want it
to be a new line
with you.
W ..never down town, come in and
look .round. That's what this store
is for.
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City News
THE very fact that  there are
more Great   Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron  Rnnge*
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
tlie best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three t.mcs as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON   &   LUSBY
Columbia Street.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's H'iicliozel Cream
We also have all  kinds of complexion   creams   and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
.'JEW  WESTMINSTER, B.  C.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
WHAT ARE A
FEW HOURS
SPENT AT BUR
NIGHT SCHOOL
when through them you can become
a first-class bookkeeper or stenographer!
With either profession you are independent. Every business man
must have competenl help. We provide the finest Instruction in our
night classes.
WeslmifislerMoileriiBiisiness
School
A.  L.  BOUCK,  Principal.
610 Columbia Street
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
be trajnsacted in the offices
lately occupied by McBride &
Kennedy, 2S Lorne street, in
the company's head office building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F. J. HART, Manager.
Xew Westminster, Sept. 25th,
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Bi ol tisn concert. Sah of reserved
seats opens at Ryall's on Saturday.
Everything for thi- garden at 'nay's
phone 184. **
Do your share iii fighting the greai
white plague, by buying a ta^ on
Thursday.
.V'iss Lena Duthie, queen of Scot
Ush song at the Opera Hous . October 13th.
Boh Stevenson's whole Btocfc i '
boot, and sho, s to he sol 1 ofl li
thirty days. 211)
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, teleohone Uavh
Greenhouse, R20S
Irish jig competition (ladles) al
Scottisb concert, October 13tb
J. (.;. Brown will sing "John Urum-
bile," al the Scottish concei i.
The first number of the Canadian
Co-Operator, localized to New Westminster, bas been Issued, li is published bj the loeal Co-operative ^||-
clety, who have decided t<> take this
form of advertising the system of the
society for al leas! six months. A
wholi page is given to the objects
and work of the movement locally.
Todd's Mandolin an 1 Guitar Club
Vour choice, mandolin, violin or guitar with ease, music, and three
months' Instruction free. Membership
ticket $20. 232
All those willing to assist ihe Anti-
Tuberculosis Society by aiding In the
work on Tag Day, are requested to
communicate with .Mrs. \. j. Hill,
president of the society.
Hear Miss Munn sing "Lea Rig" al
the big Scottish conceit.
An addition of twenty feet will
shortly be made to the cradle at the
marine ways on Lulu island owned
by Edward Merder. 'iliis will enable |
the ways to accommodate larger vessels than is at present the case. Two
large scows are al present under
construction to be used for the transportation of suction pipes for the
Kiiiu Edward dredge.
The steamer Transfer will her..at- j
cer leav,. the Brackman-Ker wharf j
for Ladner, Westham Island and way :
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon ]
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning !
on the following morning. On Sat-:
urday she will make an extra return
trip arriving in the city in the even- j
ing. Trips will be made to Sieves-
ton as the business  warrants. *��
Tlie juvenile dancing competition
at the Scottish concert.
"We are seven." was the motto of
the septette ot drunks who wore yes-;
terday gathered in by the police al
the ciiy lockup. Seven different nation;..itier. were represented. Three
were released on bail of flve dollars
each, an Englishman, a Japanese and
a Finlander. Four remained in the
cells, ;i Scotchman, Swedi, Irishman
and a Frenchman.
K.   Morrison,   the    flno    tenor,   will
sing "Success Tae Bonnie Scotland.
Scottish concert, October 13.
Buy  orchard   lands   while   they   are ;
cheap and hecouu- independent.     We
art.- Li. official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd, Let :
us tell you about their choice holdings
at Appleland.      A  new  townsite and ���
fruit district    along the  line of
B.  C.  Eli
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;\Ve can s.ll flve, ten, fifteen and
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms. .'.
i J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
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"Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for liiitli or toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequaled.
Cleanses  and  purines.
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SEND YOUR HEATING STOVES TO
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
FOR REPAIRS.
��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster t
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Arthur G. Harrison, secretary of
the EdmontOD hoard of trade, arrived
Saturday with the exhibit from the
Alberta city for the provincial exhibition. Mr. Harrison is much impressed with New Westminster and
stales th&l he wil] bring Ids family
to the city next summer to enjoy the
beautiful climate and sv nery for
some months, "You may say for me,"
said Mr. Harrison, "thai 1 like New
Westminster better than any other
city on the coast.
Book your seals early for the Scottish concert.
The Wise man has bi en taught tl I
a bank account i i neci ssarj. h il a
wise mini nol only has .1 bai ac
count, bul a safety deposit bo: In a
rusl company's vault. His valuabh
papers will go in the vault he does
not i-i-'-; them in his own bouse. In
a safi',/ deposit box in our vaull your
papers are perfectly safe from fire,
burglars qr any other loss, isn't this
sufficient reason why you should rent
one of these boxes today? Dominion
Trust Co., Ltd., T. K. Pearson, manager, Xew  Westminster branch.
FINE FOOTWEAR
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Chamberlin & Co. I
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters ���
West End Property
GOOD BUYS
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13.
Office, Eighth St.
IF. J. HART & CO., Ltd. f
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"Exhibition Week"Showing
of Handsome Fall
Merchandise
The store joins the    rfod of
festivities with a di     -tw
nvals the Exhibition itself J
attractiveness.
This   Week   the Annual    pr0vin< .
Industrial     Exhibition   will   again   lh'    , .    *' 3ni
to an admiring  host.       The    attractions    of    E.hT''
Week  while they hold  the centre  of    the staq.   h
strong  rival    In   Dame   Fashion.       Hen    she   has '*''
lished  her court  ard her devotees are countless3
EXHIBITION WEEK HAS COME TO MEAN.
FASHION SHOW IN WHICH HUNDREDS OF wn___
TAKE   PART, ��MEN
For women  who   anticipated   attending this com
between   "The    Products  of   the   Field  and   Women"'"
have  prepared  a  suoerh  shewing of Autumnal wear thinns of every description.
EXCLUSIVE   MODELS    IN   HATS.   DAINTY   GLOVES   FOR   DRESS     AND     DRIVING     SWAGGFB
WEARTHINGS.   MODISH   HOSE.   TOGETHER   WITH   THE   LITTLE     ACCESSORIES SOUVENIP*
ARE  ALSO TO  BE   HAD   IN   SPLENDID   VARIETY.
We   especially   invite   "Exhibition"  visitors  to  attend  this  store,  to  partake of our store hospitality
and to revel in the delights of this "Exhibition"  Week   Fashion   Show.
"EXHIBITION KEEK".lllllNERr.
A new hai wil] be needed to grace the "Exhibition"
week costume, and nowhere wm y0U (jn,| Mlv, . complete
and authentic Bhowing of ready-to-weai and trimmed millinery, Be sure and visit this superb display ol enchanting
headwear.
SMART TIIODIiHTS IN WEARTHINGS.
Need a new Bult, coal or skirt? if so, the Btyllsh
models whieh are blosoming forth for this festival week
will meet both your style and need and your purse,
COMFORTABLE UNDERWEAR AND HOSE.
Cool days of Fall betoken colder ones of winter. Prepare now for the future. This stock of figure conforming
underwear and new hose meets your every want and what
i.s more important, it |a   modestly   priced.
ACCESSORIES EOR THE "EXHIBITION
COSTUME."
A host of little things will be wanted���gloves, heck-
wear, belts and kindred wants. We have a hosi ol charming conceptions which will win you with their beauty and
low  price.
Exhibition Week Millinery.
Women who are fond of beauty and originality���distinctiveness in other words���can surely find
their ideal in this splendid display of hats. The assortment is more than passing large-embraces
all the best styles of the season���and in all the latest shades. You are cordially invited to look at
the   new  styles  and  to  notice  our  little   prices.
Vour special attention is directed  to the broad Showing  Of smart hats at popular prices $5.00 to $12-M
Accessories for the Exhibition Costume,
Late Arrivals in fancy Stock Collars, not In the extreme Gibson shape, but rounded out to fit the
contour of the neck and chin, and higher at the back. These Collars are made and trimmed with
chiffon, silks and  ribbons;   Irish   crochet,  cluny   _nd other  heavy laces.
New Dutch Neckwear in
five and  six  pointed   effeci
In nuked net linen.-, and
pique, are the latesl arrivals. Also lighl loan collars of   net    and    lace, are
here.    I'i ices   . . . .50c to  75c
Fancy Jabots, made of
silk ribbon and planen lace,
very pretty    and    dainty ef-
Prlces,   each   only . .
 35c   to   75c
fectf
We are exclusive agents
iii this vicinity for Reynier
Qloves. Kvery pair guaranteed. Prices $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75  and   up.
JUSI received by express
today very stunning suit of
grey chevron cloth, semi-
fitting efiVi 1. pn uy pockei
effects; coal ���!;-> inches long,
trimmed with Jet buttons,
plain ci Us, skin new pleated   trom  yoke.   1 rice $25.50
Plain tailored .-vi of l'lilcJ
broadcloth, seml-flttli
lined, trimmed with
15  inches in  length; ,-"'\
pleated  skin  trimmed ��Jffl
tabs     and     buttons,     !'Y
...$37.50
Tailored   Sail   of pli "   V"
nelian   cloth   In
sin   shade  seml-flttl
46 inches long trli 1    '
jel   buttons  ai I
skill      lieu      pli
Price   	
,$37.M
Comfortable Underwear and Hose.
Pi waifs Natural Wool
Underwear, all sizes. Including mn sizes; well made and
good wearing qualities,
Price $1.35 and $1.50 per
garment.
Penman's Nai dial Wool
Combination Suits; well
shaped and made to lit.
Price per suit    $2.75
Watson's white fine ribbed Combination Suits; all
sizes;   Suit  .. .|1.75 to $3.00
WOMEN'S   h
CASHMERE
EAVY
HOSE
PLAIN
Several lines thai we have
bOUghl especially to Illl the
wants made known at the
hosiery counter by customers. Heavy weight all wool
cash mere, firm and strong;
sizes it, !J l-_ and 10; per
pair..75c, 85c, 90c and $1.00
HEAVY  RIBBED
CASHMERE   HOSE,
very heavy and strong, two
and one ribbed, per pair...
 75c,   85c,   and   $1.00
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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