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 PIRE
insurance
WHITE. SHILES * CO.
W"EW   WESTMIN^EK,   B.  C.
VOLUME
NUMB
fr ESTATE BOOM
SfifS ROYAL CITY
Inordinary Activity in
Lit)-West End Centre
If Attraction.
LIFE   ,
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Colum.._ St.    Phone 85.
p    ' . ��� i*i:ii i'ic
COUNTY   COURT.
Judge   Howay   Disposes   of  Accumul
tion of Cases.
Be1 ������>-al   applications    ram,-   before
Judge    Howay    yesterday    in count;
court    chambers.      In   the    ens.-  ol
Curnew   vs.   Murray,
a] tolled  for  payment,
was granted    when
Ming  was registered
.1.    I)     Kenned..
an 1   an   ordei
tin    affidavit   ol
an 1   a   ree, Ipi
. ViC. PKSiffiff
Of C.N.R. 10 VISIT
D. I). .Mann and Col. Davidson Expected Shortly���Im)
portant to City.
MERCHANTS BAI
TO LOCATE IN CITV
i.ldo.ii nas
ral estati
Propi
readily
i. '
.1  I UCh a  boom
as   exists
eould  not
Wcv   or  two  ag1'
and h    the choicest
erly   snapped
obtained.       In   the  ease  Of   l-'rasor   VS.
.McDonald, on the application of .1.  ll.
Kennedy  an  order for  payment   was
granted on the filing of consent.    The
trial of the case or Larsen vs. Jones
was adjourned until the next sittings
of the county court, pending a possl
ble settlement, on the application ofjCanadian  No
ll. I.. Edmonds,
J. IL Waghorn Sells Columbia Street Block to Banking Corporation.
D.   D.   Man:
rii
the
bill,-
Many Options Taken.
(UH iii options and
trans-
tii.ns are
com-
l
.:.
��� all' IS 	
the real   estate
deals
JUB T))( excitement
;ot explicable hj   ordinary  state-
ani '"   '"' an
��rsal impression  that  New  West-
.   ol a wonderful
| , |���   ... di velopment
j,lle natu excitement  of
. an, opportunity for the
y, i it is llke-
lal effect on the
attra outside    capital
d ims becoun   frlghteni d  ofl   by
which  land  is lield
r' i      province, espe-
on the Lowi r Mainland.
.  explain the Hurry  in
in the West  End,
mother railway
.. cil      from  the  soutli;
ncement of ter-
and  others   to
idlng Industria
'___________________.
md i, irna  published
. Daily N'p ' -  yester lay  showed
ucrete form the prosperity of the
and district, and helped to Bwell
gathering  current   of   optimistic
lon which bwi pi through the real
li a esterday.
MUST SEHVE TWO YEARS
IN THE PENITEN1MRY
James   Loyle   Receives   Stiff   Sentence
For  Burglary���Asks  For Lashes
Instead.
Two years in the penitentiary was
the sentence Imposed on .lames Loyle
yesterday by Judge Howay in the
county court Loyle was found guilty
during the regular sittings of the
court of having entered the house of
s. m. Eveleigh at Burnaby and stolen
a quantity of goods. Sentence was
reserved pending the making of enquiries as to his past reputation, a
letter being sent to the head ol the
activity. The Anglican mission al Alert Hay where
In   the  customs | the prisoner worked for some time.
in reply to the usual question ol
the court as to whether he know ol
any reason why the sentence of the
court should not be passed upon him,
the prisoner pleaded for bis liberty
on behalf of his wii,-. asking to be
given 2000 lashes rather than be seni
to prison. He was the only support
of his wife, be sal 1, and she was
not strong enough to work for a living.
His Honor Judge Howay said that
the reply from Alert Bay did not re-
dound to the credit of the prisoner
and he had to dismiss it from his
mind. Keftrrlng to the plea on bo-
half of his wife, the judge reminded
the prisoner that all sins had their
effect upon others, and it was a very
poor argument for a man to advance
such a plea to escape  punishment.
His   honor   could   not   bell
presldi n:   of
        Kailway.   will
in  i he city I i .r  two weeks,
will probablv bi accompanied by Col.
: p Idson, ol VVinnip, g, head of the
land ib pai tmi nt ol the C. N. R.
This visit win keep the promise!
li by Mi Mann when he visited]
the city previously in January, and
made his ci lebrated announcement
that the rallwaj woull conn- in bv
waj ot the Westminster bridge, and
that be found the city well worthy of
being the ti rminus of a great ti ans-
continental railway.
Although nothing definite to thai
i it,, i is Btated, his trip to thp- coast
is likely to have effect on the railway
policj ol the provincial government,
and is of Bpeclal importune
city, where hopes are high
will have some statement to
the question of terminals.
e  to this
that   be
make on
Dock Square   Property,
(report that the Small and Buck-
iLurabi-r    Company   had     bonded
��� plant and  timbei   licenses  was
III credit yesterday, and generally
_d The very figure for which
business might be acquired was
-.. v.itli sundry hints
the ���  lives    of    the
\,-r Dl 'ii Company, the nni-
ilte lumbei merchants were the
ps concerned.
jeen by a representative of the
iE. H. Bucklin, president of tinder,: was any truth
Pitt River Road. ^L_^_
Tbe secretary of the board ol trade,
C. ll. Stuarl Wade, went out over the
road io Westminster Junction yesterday afternoon. He buds the portion
which the government is doing wlll
be thorough, but should be more extensive, anl as tin- farmers have
plenty of stone to give away, and
lhen- is boih a crusher and roa I roller available, the presence of which
opi ortunity should be taken, he
thinks ii might well be carried up to
the boundary of the ciiy. The Distillery road needs attention before
the wet wi'iitiiei' sets In, and wants
BOme crushed rock rolled in.
I
A fifth bank vv iii opi u ri branch In
New Westmlnstei at an earlj date,
On Merchants' bank having acquired
the one story bi Ick pi eml e at the
corner of Columbia stn, t. an i Beg
bi.-- si!s<'. occupied bi i ie Acme
Clothing Company, trom J u. Wag-
horn, ol   Vancouver,
The Intention is to make many al
I, rations and i stablish ., branch In
thi city as soon as possible. Nego
nations liae been pending ror som,
time, and were close I j i Bti i daj
through   Diamond  an l  Coi bould
Th,- general manager of th bank
was in the citj recentlj and weni
,,\ 11 the city with Mr Harrison, the
manager of the Vancouer branch,
A. Ilainel. a directoi ol the .Merchants' Bank, who wa In the west
some time ago. and wh,, first looki d
over ibis field with a view of establishing a branch, recommended the
purchase of this property.
The transfer prices is not stated.
THEY   St TTLED   IT.
Dead  Languages    Should  Be Optional
In  College Courses.
The  much    [i hat,  :   qui Bt lo     i     I
pl ice of the di id li In
coui si s w a I i v, Bterd ,- aftei ���
noun by the debaters of Columbian
��� illi ��� e Thi j dei Ided that it Bhould
be optional v\ ith the student vv hi i in i
oi  not he took them up.
The debate was held under the ans
pices of the Literary and Scientific
Soi li ty of Columbian college and
proved very interesting. The affirm-
atlve side of tbe question was upheld
by Missis Anderson and MacNi'l bin
and Miss E. Shaw, while the negative
was expounded by Messrs. ll. Wilson,
(',.  Hi own  and   Miss  K.  Biggar.
MAGISTRATE DEALS
WITH MANY EASES
EN.RifS TOR PAIR
ARE CLOSED TODAY
Fisheries Building Will lie
Attractive Addition to Exhibition This Year.
Yesterday
Court-
Was   Busy   Dav   in
-Forgery   Trial   Set
Next  Wednesday.
Police
For
The exhibition grounds an beginning to lake shape for thi tali an i
all available space has been reserved.
Good woik bas bei n done on the
Fisheriee  building,  some ol   the  win
dow glass being allveh v position.
Tlie interior will be paneled, and the
outside loft unpalnted ibis year so
thai the lumbermen who donated the
lumbei will have the advantage ot
showing off the material during tho
fair.
Arranging   Lights.
City Electrician Bowlerw as in consultation v, sterdaj with Dominion
Naturalist Halkett with reference to
the  lighting,  whieh will  be  planned
tl)   give    th,
Carried Big Cargo.
The steamer Strathcona, under
Charter to the Royal Cltj Navigation
Co., returned to pori yesterday afternoon at l o'clock, having made a fast
trip. sin- brought to the market
Km hogs and several bead of cattle
shipped by w. ii. Patterson of Chli-
liwai i, and a large quantltj of other
freight, besides a large passenger
list. On her flrst trip the Strath-
con vvas loaded down with freight,
and did not return until 7 o'clock.
But this was not an oidlniiv days
run. and In future the pursei stated
that the boat will always arrive In
good time.
that
v I
the offence was the first, on the evi-
(Continui"]
IIS LIFE ON
OF COIN
TOSS
AND LOSES
szy;;:y:;,,y'''":z'-''-i-'-:'''"' ����� ���_��������������*��"". _
vvasnt, even though  tbe prisoner bad
Y,      AY   p~%~ not been In court before.
l age   four). |     He  h.u1  (0  do hls duty  wltll0Ilt  re.
gard to sentiment. The people bad
to depend upon the law to protect:
their property, and therefore with the
purpose of preventing a recurrence
and of giving the prisoner a chance
to work out the good whieli was In
,him,  he    Imposed  a sentence lu  the
��� penitentiary.      Tbe sentence  possible
was fourteen  years,  but    considering
Desert. Decide tllP ag(> of tiu, liriSOUer lie made it
two years, with the possibility or
commutation   for   good   behavior   and
Asylum   Returns.
The returns from the provincial
hospital for tlie insane In this city for
the past month show an Increase of
twenty-four ln the number of the patients in the course of the month. In
full  the  returns  are as follows:
In hospital at beginning of month,
f>_7; admitted during the montli, 2.,.
returned from probation, 2; discharge! without probation, 1: discharged on probation, 7: died. 3; ln
hospital at close of month. 551: on
probation at end of month. 89; total
under treatment end of month, I,'.in.
Spokane   Physician   Under  Arrest.
Spokane, Oct. 1,���On complaint of
Dr. M. B. Grive. city health officer.
Dr. E. T. Crane, a well known physician, has been arrested, charged with
failing to report a case of diphtheria
and with allowing a public funeral to
t.'pe hody of a young man who died ot
diphtheria ami not reporting the
cause of death to the health ofllce until after burial, whlcb vvas delayed
nearly thirty-six hours from the time
of death. Dr. Crane is out under a
}.r,|p<i'i bond.
The trial of the youth charged with
being an accomplice m the passing 01
forged cheques on the Westminster
Trusi Company was again adjourned
yesterday al the request of the prosecution, represented by II. L. hid-
inond.s. on the ground that more tinn-
was required to prepare the case, w.
Norman Hole. k. c.. for the defence,
objei ted to the delay. The trial was
adjourned till Wednesday next, October 6.
A farmer was lined $25 and costs
foi cruelty to animals, having left a
team of horses on the market in the
shafts and without food or drink from
4 o'clock in the evening until noon
the following lav. C. Holland was
lined (7.60 avi costs on a charge oi
assaulting one ol the employees, A.
Petersen. Holland has sine, laid a
charge agaiusi Petersen of theft oi
tools from the workshop,
Two Chinamen, arrested for gambling and relased on ball of $30 each,
failed to appear and the money was
escheated. C. I'. Johnson was
charged by his wile with selling a
watch which did nol bi long to hlm,
but the case was dismissed, the woman slating that sin- had found that
the liusbanl bad paid tor the watch.
best ri sulls lo show oft'
the display in ordei to accelerate
the completion of the building ��>
that Mr. Halkett may gel at work.
lights will be pm iii on Monday and
the men finish the interim by evening
work. The wmd "Fisheries" lias
been added ln ornamental carving in
front   or  the  building
Mr. Halkett himself has meanwhile
been over to Nanaimo to obtain specimens of marine life at the biological
station at Departure Hav roi use in
the exhibit.
The decorative lighting of the ex*
hibition buildings will commence on
Monday, the city electrician being
then ready to place a gang of men
on the work.
Close  of  Entries.
Entries ln the various divisions
close today, but entries mailed today
will be acepted for competition. Tlie
full clerical staff comes on at the
grounds on Monday. The stock exhibits will achieve a recor 1, and the
frttit   will  be exceptional.
It. B. Qosnell, provincial arehaevlst.
will arrange tbe collection of portraits of the pioneer Royal Engineers,
and it is expected there will be almost a complete collection this year,
only one or two Boi being represented from the famous corps.
Among the curios to be exhibited
wlll be two quaint totem poles be-
onging     to     Mayor    Keniv.    one   of
in
TO PLACE LIGHT WIRES      SUES FOR LOAN PRINCE
A      m  nth's      imprisonment      was         ^^
awarded a man who stoic a number Iwhaiebone, bothTirade by Indians
of eggs from  a Japanese,      Several ^ho north.
Indians, including Chiel Johnnj ol j The program of the attractions.
Coquitlam, were fined .:, each for which lias already appeared, is being
being drunk. Iu all Borne fifteen cases gradually completed In detail, and
were before Magistrate Corbould, one [following usual custom will be printed next week.      Tlie various suln-oin-
of   the   heaviest     dockets   fi
a   long
time.
UNDERNEATH SIDEWALK
Witters  Lost  on
UyU Who Shall   Have  Last
Burro to Return  for  Aid.
repenteuce.
i Angeles.   Oct     1.���David Eld
|fr the   mine    owner  w.i_   disap-
fM in the desert    several  weeks ;
A'iM u�� Uf'  on the toss of a
1��� 1'1-'    p        ling   to  "Malapai
y: a ;""-;.���     ���:. who says he was '
���tan.i see in.   missing man. Par-.
Researched the desert in vain;
KMrtdge ani have given him up |
*$ I:"!"   here from Green water, :
(,:ia6', '�����''��� ���   h  ami Bin-
IY    * ���     "!  Benjamin
,, ,'p" a *���'���������" ���    llllonls    sewing
ll: '. started  tor
ie'"'!'.'' peel   a   power
tr , ""'St  of
Mv ���     'heir    water
g\A '      **"<�����,
ng oi '"' "'  ,he i
hli which should ,
In,,,'. pi:       for
KnB ', "Ike won and
.::...,. ��     v      left    his
I|__.inV_L8 4' (; " nwater he sent
c'  ' " was  found.
f^N ^VE- Kills"
DOPING  SWEETHEART
1 fcBldei CalTo^ i
Judge Curran Died Today.
Montreal, Oct. 1.���Hon. J. J. Curran, Justice of the superior court of
Quebec and Montreal, lied somewhat
suddenly this morning after three
weeks' Illness and general debility.
He was formerly a member of Sir
John A.  Macdonr.ld's cabinet,
One   and   One-Quarter   Inch   Cable   to
Be   Laid   Under   Street   During
Present   Alterations.
EARL GREY WARNS
CANADA AGAINST GERMANY
In   Speech   at   Winnipeg   Advises   the
Building   of   Dreadnoughts   and
Training of the Army.
IN to
�� fo-
Wl llle Hoy,
who   has been
Jr several'd'_v_   "'ts D,',>n pur"
111 a'l>�� across the des-
DV  a   . ""- *   ip_(
Nrday hv �� i"i'1"'1 '" l!l* crimes
fedSn Jr,tUurd6rln8  the  18-year-
llth hlm on ,i   !m he wa�� carrying
,    "m on ia    ��      v "a�� carrying
!!n h"<' an,I" fliThr' ;'ft"r hav'��*
,"*ai|0J .,".'     Tn''  body  of   the
,eW    If light  far out on
^8' fliKln ma      Uf,d by ^e  four
Nns,,������v,"Y''d"ntly    collapsed
fr *��� all* t  ��> '"ther
���hands of    *   ller to
io? hJ ,_,!he White   _m-_-.   Wllne
Th
^^^^ Rath-
bill  Into the
''    officers
lhad Wiled hP
jYP       j ���     ,14��>     HUC,
eood hl3 o���S..bellpvPa  to  have
w'th his rlfl
fugitive
eood hi,     	
I IT of AH.il   ca,'i).>? to  t
e.
|,ine -TC.%Rt�� ";^
'i��'��e returned today.
'son, who
ters to : ,woere
at.lt.;'(,sol'��ol,
to*-Stl^��SmX5m
returned    from
took   bis   daugh-
Hp stayed off at Se.
ln Inn
ition.
!'ng ti.
ftnd was success-
S   >��>' o    ;."xl'l,"lor.   o
k.   '   Ill-cert..      .'    Ih"    Sloe.      m.,i
I u<iirv vi """iy or ii,. ,vi��  <>f  a
ICY'-** of'n    r 8t0(:k-  mainly
Ith.  Y."i" fllir
' for
Pri liaiffer,
catt
,a" v-t^ho,,";;,,.
ent.
to   come   up
mentions that
stock
Winnipeg. Oct 1���Kail Gn Uo.
ernor-General of Canada, al the banquet u-nderod him yesterday by tin-
Canadian Club of Calgary, pointed
out that ln the training of her people
Canada should Imitate Germany, and
in patriotism Japan. IU- strongly
affirmed that the German menace
was not a political dodge, but was
very real and provision Bhould bi-
made to meet It. War was certainly
coming In the near future. Canada
should not supply merely a Dreadnought or two, but should build a
navy of her own. It was net visionary nor impracticable. Canada's trade
done hy Germany and could be ('one
by the Dominion. Canada's trade
was menaced by probable hostilities
and agriculturists should remember
that If they wanted to maintain markets for their wheat they must assist
Great Britain In maintaining supremacy of the seas.
Referring to American immigration
Earl Grey said: "The more that
come, the better I am pleased. Fney
make good Canadians. Nature causes the best V> gravitate to thp' hlgn-
est. ideals. Our American friends
sink Into us as raindrops into the sea
and will love and fight for ou*" flag
If necessary."
To Find South Pole.
London. Oct. 1.���The lord mayor
of London announced his intention M
opening a Mansion house fund
assist Captain Robert F. Scott, to raise
money for his expedition to plant ""'
il'nion Jack at the South irole.
Tlie  flrst of the  new  luminous  arc
lamps, which Is being tested opposite
the   City  Hall,   is  giving  the  utmost
'of  satisfaction   to  the  civic  officials.
The new light Is of 8000 candle pow-
er and gives a brilliant orange light.
iThe  color,   however,  can   be  changed
land  when   the  others are  strung for
���the   Illumination   of    Columbia   street
[during  the  exhibition,    new  carbons
Iwlll  be  used  giving a  white  light.
Lights are ills.) being tested by
! Electrician P. Bowler tor us,- on the
metal poles to be erected on Columbia street. The most satisfactory
are of 75 candle power, intended toi
use in clusters on the poles.
Arrangement" are being made for
the laying oT lea. covered Cables in
1 ii Inch pipes along Column.
Btreet aB soon as the pi i s >nt Bide
walks are torn up. and prior to the
laving of the cement walks. These
cahles will carry the power for the
Btreet lights.
USED TO CATCH HEIRESS
Evidence   in     Case     Shows   Braganz.
Borrowed on Prospects of Mar-
rying  Anita  Stewart.
Vienna, Oct. 1.���Suit was brought
today In the commercial justice court
against Prince Miguel Braganza, who
recently married Mlss Anita Stewart,
for a debt of 6000 crowns, borrowed
from an usurer, when the 1'rince was
unable to pay bis Paris hotel bill, or
to buy a ticket to England or Scotland, where Miss Stewart waited tor
him.
During the proceedings it was
shown that Braganza, who protested
against the amount Charged, bad
since applied to the Bame usurer tor
a loan of 200,<ii)0 crowns. The judge
inquired strenuously Into the lact to
learn what amount of etish the Prince
received for the bill, less the interest
The usurer, fearing he might be arrested, withdrew the suit.
The Prince's aunts. Archduchess
Maria Theresa and Duchess Parma,
are prepared to repay the debt with
reasonable Interest, but not at a high
rate.
SURVEYS ARE  COMPLETE.
Notice   of   Mapping   of   Four   Lots   in
B. C. Gazette of This Week.
Notice Is given In the currenl issue
of the B. C. Gazette of the completion of the surveys of four more district lots In New Westminster district. The tracts of land surveyed
are as follows; Lot 2143���The Joseph Chew Lumber & Shingle Manufacturing Co., T L. 36,966. Lot 244b
���The Joseph Chew Lumber & Shingle Manufacturing Co., T. L. 36,1)64.
Lot 2702���John II Ley. Lot -i_2-
J. West.
The plans may be seen at the ottice
of  the  departmenl   of  lands.  Victoria.
mittees  are   busily   at  work,   each   In
their several  section.
INDUSTRIAL LOCATION
PURCHASED ON TWELFTH
Two Blocks Facing Car Shops Change
Hands   This    Week���Vancouver
Men   Interested.
VANCOUVER CAPITALISTS
WILL RECLAIM LAND
Have   Purchased   Valuable    Area    on
Pitt   Meadows   From  the   Dominion   Government.
The approach to the new Lulu is- A quantity of machinery arrived
land bridge is progressing, and will yesterday by tbe C. P. R. Tor ship-
in ready for use by the time the ment to Hosedale, where a small
bridge is completed. Slabs are being sawmill will be constructed by
used to build up the roadway to the Messrs. Nevlns and Pralthwaite. The
necessary level, as was done with the machinery consists of a Canadian
old bridge approach Tlie road will Fairbanks saw rig and a Cowan
be  surfaced   with  earth.                        'sticker.
Fake Accident Conspirators
Convicted By Montreal Jury
Montreal, Oct. 1���A verdict of
guilty from the Jury in the Court of
King's Bench this artemoon terminated the trial of the three men accused of conspiracy to defraud railway   companies     by     fake     accident
claims.
Everywhere an accident happened,
Nathan Aloof, and one or other of
the two men accused with him, seemed to ie on the spot, and ln the way
e, some railing object, such as
Icicles, pillars or beams. Time alter
time the three accused apparently
sustained injuries, including broken
thighs crushed chests, and teetn
knocked out One day Nathan Aloof
would he struck by an icicle at one
oiace and two days later he would
j;.;,,,,^ to be ln the way of another
falling missile  at the    Grand Trunk
station.       (
"Of course," as Crown Prosecutor
nil,bard remarked in his address to
the Jury, "Aloof was present at the
big Windsor station accident of
March 17 last, and he was hurt. I
Then he came ln very promptly with j
a claim."
A strong adlress in defence of the
trio was delivered by counsel, who
denied all the allegations of fraudulent claims, and intimated that Aioor
had simply Interested himself in various claims for damages, thus coming under the classification of an
"ambulance chaser." Notwithstanding the defense, however, the trio
were found guilty by the Jury, but j
an appeal case will probably be entered. I
Vancouver, Oct. 1.���Between    *	
and 9000 acres of what L characterized as the finest bottom land in
British Columbia has been purchased
at Pitt Meadows by a strong Vancouver syndicate which intends to
Immediately open up the land and
place It on the market In 4"-acre
blocks. This would mean the settlement of over 2(iii families ln the district. It Is stated that the land is
particularly adapted to the raising of
oats, to truck gardening, general
farming and dairying. On adjoining
property there was raised this season, so it was stated today, 80 bushels of oats to the acre.
It Is the Intention of the purchasing syndicate to immediately start
work on the construction of a dyke
between 12 and 13 miles in length,
which will act as a protection against
the Pitt river during periods ot high
water. This dyke will be 36 feet
wide at the base, 6 feet wide at the
top and 10 feet high. At the present
time Messrs. Hermon & BurweU are
engaged ln surveying the property,
and as soon as they complete their
work a contract will be awarded for
the dyking. It is estimated that between $75,000 and ��100,000 will be
expended in dyking, erection of
pumping stations, installing of floodgates and opening of roads.
The syndicate which brought the
land from the Dominion Government
ls composed of Messrs. Macdonald,
Marpole & Co., Ironside, Rannle _
Campbell, Dr. Ivan Senkler, Mr. Robert Kelly, Mr. Edward Douglas and
Mr. Coffee, a capitalist who recently
arrived in Vancouver from Australia.
Among the recent transactions in
real estate In the Wesi En 1 is the
��� sale of blocks 20 and 21, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets, and
Queen's avenue and Auckland street
to a Vancouver solicitor, who was
I acting for another party.
The property is an acre and a hair
In extent, and will be used for industrial purposes. It formed part of the
Chisholm estate. The transaction
was negotiated through White. Shiles
|& Co.
The purchase price is not stated.
iTlie property is well suited for an
industry, being close to the B, c. UL
It. track f.nd the C P. it., and has l_
redenl years been filled in wim material from the neighboring mil's.
OREGON  DOG  WINS  IN
LADNER   FIELD   TRIALS
Ladner, Oct. 1.���New history was
created yesterday In tbe running of
the all-age stake In the British Columbia field trials, when Rex, Of Salem, won first place. Tnis d(u is
owned at Salem, Ore., and until today was practically an unknown, unheard-of dog. He came Into the limelight by defeating the noted pointer
champion Spots Rip Rap. owned by
D. G. Macdonell, of Vancouver, B. U���
who was placed third. The Deacon,
owned by Percy Gardiner, of Everett,
Wash., won second place.    .
Champion Spots Rip Rap has won
seventeen times In open competition,
including three championship stakes,
;and is considered one of the greatest
pbird dogs living. Week before last
he won the North Dakota championship, the week prior to this winning
the all-age stake in Manitoba, competing against the high-class dogs of the
east.
Saturday's Baseball.
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TH S   DAIL?  NEWS.
	
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WANTED.    FOR SALE.    TO RENT.    LOST.
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FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL. ETC.
y-   J|.'i   n  _i
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If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it. he would not Bell eny.      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should
thing of the value you offer them m return for the|r money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking tl  pt because we have been a long time   in   business  everyone  must of  n cess,
Use the  advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the timet.
i*_;___rasaaB-mr&zsFSfnaBn C��_C____:
WANTED���SHINGLE BOLTS OR
tract of cedar suitable for bolt-
cutting. See in- ii you want to
dispose of vour cedar. Westminster Mill Co Ltd., P. O. Bon 1003,
New Westminster, B. C. --���-''-
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE ROOM
cottage  furnished,  near   Lord   K< i
vin   school.  Apply  72 1   l'riiici-xs  St.
TO      RENT���FURNISHED    ROOMS,
205 Carnarvon street. 21__
WANTED���TO
nislied   house.
KENT,
Apply
A     FUR-
News   Office,
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boys In B.C. Cigar Factory at once.
WANTED���SMART YOUTH POR
offlce with knowledge of shorthand,
Apply this offlce.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���TWO SNAPS IN S.
Vancouver. Double corner, 79x127,
on Myrtle road near the North Arm
road, D. L. 200; Price. ?550; $.00
cash, balance $10 monthly. Also
two lots *i D. L, 7:12, close to Ferris road; price, $450; ?200 cash,
balance $20 monthly Apply F, T���
Daily News Offlce, New Westmlnstei'.
TO. RENT���COMFORTABLE. I'l'U-
nlshed bedrooms, reasonable terms.
S28  Royal avenue. 209-1 1
'R. T.  PRINCE���AUDITOR AND  AC
countant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' hooks
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Hani-
blv block   P. O. box 795,
TO LET ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room, 7i)l Agnes street, near Carnegie Library. 207t_.
; ,,;; THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ci iiv. ; hone 386. The Pure l-'ood
Supply Grocery, P. O. Hox 811.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Trew
street.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES _ CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
civ.   farm   and   suuurban  property,
260 Columbia sireet.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N- DRAPER, B. C. LAND Sl It
- iveyor. Ellard block, New West-
iter, B. C.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens
blacksmith simp on Eighth st"''''-
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed. ring UP   250   FOR    HACKS and
LIVERY   STABLE.
l'l.W S VND ORGANS TUNED AND
repa red by your local tuinr, w i-,
Martin, Mus. liac, city. A llne
will bring him.
purch.-,3e   fr.
-!E�� '   ' "ORE*!
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
card are on Bale at M Morey'.
stui -ru ry Store, J. U-. Gamon's "cigar divan, 1-'. Mackenzie's drug Btore
and "The Fair," Columbia Btreet,
DRESSMAKING.
smart  turnout,
bles.
The   Fashion   Sta-
MRS. .1. A. STANDISH, AN EXPER-
i-nci-d and first-class dn asmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14, Smith block, 625 Columbia street.   A trial requested.
HALE BROS. ��� CO., LTD., REAL Estate and Insurance. Phone 33a. 1.6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
HOUSE TC  RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSh,
with bath. $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh streot.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phono 4flS. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan,   744   Columbia street.
REAL  ESTATE.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR, INSUR-
ance, real estate, etc., is located for
the present at the office of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers amd dyers, 345 Columbia street.
phone R27_- Tlie place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THK SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
WANTED���TO RENT, 5 OR 6 ROOM
strictly modern cottage In good location. C. J. Culter, P. O Box
100S. 214-2
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D. GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Hali-Lavery Block.
	
EDWIN G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie SL,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A. D.
Buchanan. P. O., Now Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, HARRIS
tars and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Hlock, Columbia Btreet, New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, 11.
L. Edmonds,
and
'URNlTBl
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STENOGRAPHY    _    .YPEWR|T|tf
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p- o     :
( ustom . umpHV
rypev,   ��� \
letti rs    ei ���      ' "J,l��l
1II til
MONUMENTAL works.
p. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
Of niounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia street.  New  Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes ami McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wad-, K. C. A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Hum-
ters, etc., 12 Lome street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143. Vanoouver offices,
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building. H3 Granville strvt, corner of
Hastings street.
Phone 62.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   . .    ;    ri,J
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picture . I
ous attr Program dm
Monday, We ,.         i
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, H. C.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 56, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News Block,  Sixth street.
.THE EDISON _ATRE CORl
Columbia "1
moving pl utraiedii
Program ch -- | Monday, We
day and !'- I
TAILORS.
1
i.LVIN,
oring,
LAD
i AND MKN'Sl
\ new line of fall
ing Just In Q itton ina.ing.pl
ing and repairing. Room S, Si
block. I.'nr- n e 625 ColumuT
and 2C1 Clarkson st.  Phon. Hi
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
,W B8TMIN S T !���: It WOODWOKid
Co., bank, offli e ar. l store Stti
cabinet, stair, showcua, mal
and detail wi v Designs and)
mates furnished. J, Brook-s.f
prletor. Work-: Corter Eleij
and car line, P. 0. box 254. .|
473.
Society
Mrs. Clarence M. Marpole and Mrs.
Dalton Marpole, of Vancouvei'. were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L.
Edmonds on  Monday.
��� *    ���
Mr. Sidney Peele left on Thursday
for Montreal where he will resume
Ids  studies  at  the  McGill  college.
��� *    ���
Mrs. F. Stanley-Spain, who for the
past week has been visiting in this
city, returned to Vancouver, where
she is the guest of her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Palmer Clarke.
��� ���   ��
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Pearson and
family are visitng the A.-Y.-P. exposition. Others visiting tbe exposition
are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. Malins. Mrs. J.
Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. Hardman, Mr.
H.  Ryall.
��� ��    ���
Mrs. Thomas Scouler has taken up
her residence at her pretty cottage
���on Fourth street.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. C. McDonald has Issued cards
for  an  "At   Home" ou   Wednesday,
October the   fifth.
��    �� ���
A very pretty but quiet wedding
took place at high noon on Monday
in Christ's church, Vancouver, when
Miss Mabel Carty, daughter of the
late J. M. Carty, former chief of police of this city, was united in marriage to Mr. William Orr, step-son of
Doctor Manchester, of this city. The
ceremony was performed hy the Rev.
A. Silva-White, of Nanaimo. The
bri.e, who was very becomingly
dressed ln a stylish tailored white
serge suit, was given away by ber
brother, Mr. W. N. Carty, Mlss Hazel
Scott, cousin of the bride, acted as
bridesmaid, while the groom was
supported   by  Mr.   Oscar  Latham,  of
New Westminster. Owing to a recent bereavement in the bride's family only the immediate relatives of
the contracting parties were present
at the wedding. After the ceremony
the wedding party repaired to the
banquet room of the Strand restaurant, where a wedding breakfast was
served. The happy couple left in
the afternoon on tlie Great Northern
express on a honeymoon trip to Seattle and Sound cities, followed by
the good wishes of their many friends.
Upon their return they will take up
their residence  on Agnes street.
��� ���    ��
Mr. T. Dillon Curtis, of Victoria,
who has been visiting friends for
the last wek in this city, left today
for Cariboo on a bear-hunting expedition.
��� ��    ���
Mrs. F. M. Sinclair will receive on
the flrst Tuesday of eacli month at
he." home, 518 Fourth street.
��� *    ���
The marriage took place at St.
Mary's church, Sapperton, some days
ago of Mlss Francis A. Clark of Ba-
trington, Yorkshire, and Albert Bre-
haut of this city.
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Northern  Crown   Bank!
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN PEOPLE.
Railway   North   From   Edmonton.
Winnipeg, Oct. 1.���W. R. Clarke,
of Kansas City is in Winnipeg. He
will build an important railway line
running from Edmonton to Fort Mc-
Murray, where connection will be
made with the great open waterways
of the north. He is now the president of the Alberta & Great Waterways railway, and states that this
line will be completed within three
years.
A New Type Edison
Phonograph
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL  ...   .
.$6,000,000
.$2,200,000
Thrifty people who use ou Savings Bank Department will find
it convenient and will receive every courtesy, wheth.r their account
be  large or small.    Savings Depatments at every branch.
Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New Westminster
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+
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British Notables in Canada.
Ottawa, Oct. 1.���Sir Charles P.
Lucas, assistant under secretary ot
state for Great Britain, and Arthur
Ashley Pearson, C. M. G., are ln Ottawa for a day or two. They are tour-
'.ng Canada.
TENDERS
Sealed tenders will be received up till noon,
Saturday, October 9, for the erection of our
Frame and Corrugated Iron Car Barn, situate in
the City of New Westminster.
Plans and specifications may be had on application at B. C. E. R. office, Columbia street,
New Westminster, or at my office.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. W. H. HAZLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
B. C. Electric Ry. Co., Ltd.
435 Carrafl St., Vancouver.
How About Your
New Suit for
the Exhibition?
I have the largest stock
of the latest suitings in
town and a full staff of
expert mechanics at work.
I can fill a few more
ders.
The Fireside, $28.60
We have received the Edison Records for October, and they are a fine
selection Come in and let us play
them for you. You are always welcome ln our store whether you purchase or not. Come in and lot u.
entertain you.
Here are a few picked at random:
If I Only Had a Home Sweet Home,
by Will Oakland; Lonesome; When
the Meadow Larks Are Calling; My
Wife Has Gone to the Country;' The
Old Rustic Bridge by the Mill; I've
Got Rings on My Fingers. Besides
the regular monthly list of 40 records, there is a Bpeclal list of 50 four-
minute Ambero] records this month
which cannot help but please you A
call will be all that Is required. Come
along and bring your friends
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
S. S. TRANSFi
The steam.-r Transfer will
Brackman-Ker wharf '-very week|
afternoon at L' p d . fer Ladwr I
ham Island and way porta, retii
to New We ti r- ti r on folloj
day. Saturday, returning same i
lng.
Additional trip Monday _of
leaving New Westminster at 51
Trips will be m   le to i-''-?���
business   wan   III
This schedule subject t |
without notice.
For freight and passenger ratej
plv to ROBERT JARDINE
Man-
-ANA0MN
PACIFIC
Canadian Pac
Railway Co
Three Trains Daj
WITH       FIRST-CLASS     PW-LJ
TOURIST   AND   DINING CAB
Imperial Limited leav-s at , ���9:05l
Atlantic   Express   l����V��a ��'
St.  Paul  Express at
.2:10
For reservations and other^i
tlon ,.. ,-r ���
0. B. FOSTER. K. OOlbEIJ
G. P. A., Vancouver,
CP.R 4
or-
TL
GALVIN
Ladies' and M
en s
Tail
or
625 Columbia Street and 626
Clarkson Street.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the 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 bothpolumhln St
electricity and gas; the most brilliant-
ly illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair oars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash, j
743
FRONT STREET
is the place to buy or sell n�� '
second-hand goods of any w ���
have nearly .j..
100 DOZEN JELLY M
which we are offering tor 400^
Thev are new. . M (
We also have a Bplendld ���e
Over Fitly Stuffed Birds
Animols
for sale at a bargain
tell you
Wllill J'011
all
We can't begin to
have, but no matter
come here lirst.
Alex. Spec
SECOND-HAND  STOf
���Man "1
Westminster
Transfer V
wflice 'Phone IW.    Ba["
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivery   pig*
any part of the cut
Ught and Heavy %��!
6  OFFICE-"111" " ' -yZti  1*i
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,TnRER i  1909.
URDAV. OCTOBER-^ ^
THE DAILY NE V, g
PAQB THREE.
P5 /"Jt_
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For the Following Reasons:
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
We have an Alaskan market for our oil at
fabulous prices.
We are erecting our own refinery.
We have a lease on a producing oil well.
We own 800 acres of choice oil lands.
Our officers receive no salarv.
6th
Tth
8th
Our officers receive no commission on stock
sold.
The many natural geographical advantages
we have over any other oil company in the
world.
And we are selling our stock at a price you
can afford to buy.
Some stocks, sold at 10c to 40c per share in California, are now commanding very high prices, many of them selling around $10 to $20 per share.
3100 invested four years ago in San Francisco-
McKittrick, operating 60 acres in California, is today worth $8100.
$100 invested in the Pinal Oil Co. five years ago is
bringing an income of $60 per month and is now
worth $12,000.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
B.   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
I      Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.   Phone Main 5865.   614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DINGER TABLE FOR EXHIBITION WEEK
10REY & CO.
ARE  MAKING   A y
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' STREET
MOREY'S
BIG  BOOK   STORE.
516  Columbia   Street.
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il Bank of Canada
(Incorpi:     | | 69)
[S��S;P --M.700.000
ptal Asset,      5,400,000
" 55,000,000
1'" Mil  out  ,,r   ,
���t_j      Ul" ot town  accounts boh-
P"N�� BANK DEPARTMENT
T *"*�����. _.  C.  Branch,
F' S*UTE, Manager.
P0T'CEREUJI-U ISLAND BRIDGE.
fe?E_n J*�� oia Md* ,.
Ic_m ' a��d th. _5S   tor    "Wcular
Rs,rr*.?aTa*_
E*as.s*a_ft_
I border,      -,
I  Ch, _ A' nuNOAN.
k* *. ������ays,,
GRAND  OPENING
Westminster Skating
Rink
Thursday Evening, Sept. 30, 7 P. ML
The management has recently, at an expense
of One Thousand Dollars, made  extensive
improvements for the convenience of its patrons.   Undesirable persons not admitted.
EXPERIMENTAL BALLOON
ASCENDS TEN MILES
Scientists   Discover   That   Above   Certain Limit the Atmosphere Grows
Warmer.
HOURS:
Morning    10 to  12
Afternoon 2  to  5
Evening 7:30 to 10
PRICES:
Admission   10c;     Skates,  25c
On Saturdays, 10 to 12, all
school children will be furnished  skates for  10c.
London, Oct. 1.���More than ten
miles above tho earth's surface Is the
height attained by a registering balloon which was sent up by Prof. Her-
gesell from the Prince of Monaco's
yacht on Sept 7, 1906, near Tromsoe,
In Norway. The balloon, with lis Instruments Intact, has been found by
; Laplanders on a glacier twelve miles
j north of Bklbotten, on the Lynge.
jord. The Instrument recording altitudes Indicated a height or 17,000
meters, the greatest ever attained
over the polar regions.
Prof. Hergesell has just worked out
all the records taken, and from il appears that the lowest temperature registered, minus 60 degress centigrade
was not found at the ten-mil.- height
but at a little over six uilles above
the earth. At ien mil, s the Instrument registered minus 47 degrees
, ��� nllgrade.
This Is the first proof, Prof Hergesell declares, that what Is known as
the great, atmospheric luversiv,- layer. Inw hlch the temperature rises
again after having fallen steadily, al'
I BO exists over the Poles. It was first
|observed hy the professor himself and
die Prince of Monaco, in 1906, in the
sub-tropical parts of the Atlantic
ocean. This warmer layer at or near
the Poles seems to be encountered
nt a lower height than at the equator. Hergesell's experiments have
������nowin that at the greatest altitudes
of which records nre available lt Is
colder nt tht equator than at the
Poles.
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You   Can   Make  No   Mistake
If you All your numerous wants for Stationery, Books, Bibles.
Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign News Papers, and In fact anything usually carried In a first-clas, Stationery  Store.
We buy direct from the manufacturers for spot cash, no middleman's profit to be added and therefore we can show you som.
money-saving   prices.
Th.  new  English  Church Hymn Book, are no* In stock.   Do
you   require  one7
|        TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO. ;
L~*^���^^~~-~ *��
SAW   MILL   BURNT.
Plant   Near     Chilliwack   Totally   Destroyed Yesterday.
Chilliwack, Oct. 1.���A flre, the
muse of which is unkonwn, this
morning at 4 o'clock consumed the
sawmill owned by P. C. Tretheway.
The mill buildings are a total loss
_nd the machinery ls badly wrecked.
The damage will be between $16,000
and 120,000, and of $8000 worth ot
lumber In the yards about half was
saved. The insurance amounts to
$4800.
Sir Richard's Son Resigns.
Toronto, Oct. 1.���Owing to lllheatth
Harry Cartwrlglit, assistant ,to frank
Volglit at the parliament buildings,
has resigned. His salary was $1200.
He ls a son of Sir Richard Cart-
wright. No successor will be appointed.
PROVINCIAL
Queers Park
New Westminster, B. C.
October 12 J 3, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND
STOCK EXHIBITION l,_ WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   V3.    NEW  WESTMINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2  p.m. Tuesday, October 12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  13th���Devoted  to  Scottish  Sports,  under  the  management  of the Sons of Scotland.
THURSDAY,  OCTOBER  14th���Vancouver  Day, Championship  la-
crease���Vancouver vs.    New Westminster.
FRIDAY,  OCTOBER   15th���Children's    Day.      Children's  sports,
air ship flight, intermediate  lacrosse and football  matches.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER   16th���Championship      lacrosse     match,
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
���TOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and  Saturday.
Band Concerto in the buildings at the grounds
each evening.
T. J.  TRAPP,
President.
W.  H. KEARY,
Mgr.Sec.
QOD SAVE THE KINO.
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THE   DAILY  ^EWfcJ-
SATURDA/
' OCTOBER 2|
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publish.
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices
The Dally News Block, corner of Mc-
Kenzii   and Trew streets.
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SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 2.
1909.
LAURIER   CHANGED   THINGS.
, i'::,. Dally News is not responi I  I
;     the opinions of Its correspondents.)
|TBC   FRASER  RIVER f Cups and Saucers
FISH COMPANY
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Editor  Dally  News,
Sir,   ll the Editor of the Columbian
ever wrote an editorial  withpui  per-
verting the truth it must  have been|#
go linifi since
collection   ol   tin
yesterday's  paper
The New Up-to-Date
Fish Store
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ordinary   man     in
he  devotes  nearl)
ipon an allegation that   l  replied to
Govern- n querj ol one of the commissioners
by saying "that would be ii delicate
question for me to touch upon as l
am in  political  life."    Let    me  say
In 1896, when the Laurier
nniii came into power, the most disgraceful condition of affairs prevailed
in the country.     Manufacturers were tba.1 I answered every question put to
discouraged, farmers    were    dissatls- me   fully   and   I   fully   believe
lied, the northwest    was empty, the
annual expenses were   In    excess of g,..1|)ll(,,.-s n0tos do nnt  bear out  the
the revenue, and growing, the public statement thai I answered every ques-
delu was Increasing, and the revenue tion   wtlhout   any   reservation   what-
diminishing.      Many   grave  scandals ever I will admit that_the Columbian's
had  been  brought   honi,
of  the  then   government,   who  were
fighting among themselves.
column  of  space  to    commenting IJ
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ev��ry one of the commissioners will
admit  that, and if the official steno-
CHOICE   SALMON.
FRESH   HALIBUT.
OYSTERS
A   FULL    LINE   OF    SMOKED
FISH.
FRESH    EASTERN    OYSTERS
IN SHELL.
c  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for tlle same
comments   are   justifiable.     Will   the
'"  '''"   s  Editor of the Columbian publish  the
official   reporl   of  the  qu istions  and
answers  on   the  phase of  the  timber
Sir Wilfrid Laurier came Into pow- question,   which     he   refers .toV    1
.    . .,��� __        .. venture  to  predict   thai  he  will   not
or,  and  gai here.I  about   him  some ot    ,
' �� do   so.
the brightest    Intellects,   in the coun- [ am yours truly.
try.       Whai   was  the result?      Mann- JOHN  OL1V1-K.
facturers were flooded with business,
fanners  became contented  and  pros-
FRUIT
Nice  Juicy Oranges,
Per dozen  .   ...
Bananas,
Per dozen   	
Table  Peaches,
Per pound	
��� ^ic_   Tabie   Apples,
,3'Jc
.3_c
.10c
,25c
"Fishermen's" letter will be published when the writer complies with
perous; the northwesl was peopled ,h(, COpper-riveted regulation apply-
by sturdy cultivators of tlie soil; the ing to newspaper correspondence, and
public debt    was    kept    on an even sends in liis name, not necessarily for
basis:  the    revenues   increased, and publication.	
from that day to this no charge of
corruption lias ever been made
against any member of the Governmenl.
In 1900 the people saw ii was good
to let Laurier go on with his work.
In 1904 they issued to him a mandate
to build the Grand Trunk Pacific Hallway, and In 1.08 they sai 1 to him "go
on and finish your work."
The money of the people has been
Keol Estate Boom
Strikes Royal City
4 pounds for
Choice Cooking Apples,
6 pounds for 25c
A full line of
VEGETABLES
All kinds of
CANNED   FISH
PROMPT  DELIVERY.
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
only land deal in which his company
had recently been interested was tlie
sale of a plot of land ion feet by 5U
carefully    guarded,    and    considering feet at the corner of one of their lots
the magnitude of the business trans- to the C.  P.  K. to enable  the latter
acted and    the    endless    detail  con- t0 can'y out an Improvement  in  the
nected with each department, it must
alignment of the Eburne branch by
rot���iding a curve tear the mill premises. Tlie connection of the brooks-
Scanlon people's name arose from tlie
fact   that   offers  had  been   made for
a few instances in whicl, it is thought  YlAY'l I*!! yCit'' !._ thPA J^YY
tatlves, but the company had no wish
be the occasion for congratulation
that after thirteen years the Opposition  can  only  present  to  the people
that too high prices were paid tor
goods supplied to .the Government,
and these prices were paid upon the
certificate of Tory officials that the
"juices paid were fair and just.'
The Government has offered every
facility for the most thorough Investigation Into the public accounts, but
.so thorough is the system of supervision exercised by the Auditor-General  that overcharges and    excessive
to sell at present.
C.  N.  R. Terminals.
A large quantity of property around
Third avenue and Twelfth street has
{U KIUIMG.., Manager t
DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK GO.
CANTON. OHIO.
Prices given on application for Fire,
Burglar  proof and  other  safes;   vault |
doors;   locks, etc.
Agent,   H.    J.    A.    BURNETT,  Accountant and auditor, P, O    Box 691
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PER   DOZEN. w      ^tijj,^
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MAJESTY'S
THEATRE
Columbia Street
PERFORMANCE    EVERY    EVENING
7:30. MATINEE     DAILY   AT
2:30 TO  5.
i   is Koing strong.    Today is v
tunitv. ur��PPor.
Genuine Reductions, Genuine Quality
Genuine Satisfaction
to all who will participate in thl,   advantageous    ia|,
WINDOWS!      Better   .till,   step inside and see       "    '       JEE. 0UF
are offering.    A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. ' ' w"at _. |
�� LEE'S Furniture Emponun,|
���-     JL-<   M-U   J"^      ^ Le^  Block, Columbia Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER,       "      ���      ���     _
i      ir "nn       ii iiiiit_Bnwes_stt;a___ ���_.:.-
Music by His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra.
TENDERS
For  freighting     of     supplies   for   the
Yukon   Telegraph   line.
Sealed    tenders    addressed   to  the
EDISON THEATRE
Animated Pictures and
Illustrated Songs.
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The  Latest  Hits  of the Season.
B. C. Mills, Timber an|
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
��^^^^�� _^i
Manufacturers and Dealers in All A'.na* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash, DoorJ
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F4RMERS ATTENTION!!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Drainii
ADMISSION   10c,
CHILDREN   5c.
130  at   the   back  of  the  Vulcan   Iron
Works  has  been sold,  it  is  said,  to
prices are easily    detected.     It may  B. C. E. R. interests.
truthfully  be  said    thai   financial  af-      The anxiety  of the Canadian  Nor-
falrs    have    been    economically and thpln t0 secure terminal facilities on
.    . "  ,,,.,  ; tlie Eraser  river  is  stated   to  be  ut
wisely    administered    since  Sir  Wil- ���le  back   ot    the  eagerness   to  buy
frid became Premier or Canada. land in this vicinity, but it is sale to
Canada    cannot    be    administered'say that when the C. N. Ft. does buy
land here it will  be in
changed hands, or else is subject to undersigned and endorsed "Tenders
options. Blocks 28 and 29 have been ; for Packing Supplies.'' will be resold for speculative purposes, thei ceived until 5 p.m. on Thursday, No-
corner property at the junction of vember 25, 1909, for the packing of
Twelfth and Third avenue has been I material and supplies for points
sold for $12,000, and another piece I along the Yukon Telegraph line be-I
adjoining   for   a   smaller   sum.      Lot.'tween    Quesnel    and    Atlln,    in  the
F. L. KERR, Mgr.
Royal Cit)/ Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Weitminitel
a____BH___H
CORNER
EIGHTH   AND   COLUMBIA
STREETS.
course of the seasons of 1910, 1911
anl 1912. Forms of tender and specification may be obtained and form
of contract seen on application to Mr.
J. T. Phelan. Superintendent of Government Telegraphs, Vancouver, B.
C, Mr. Wm. Henderson, District Superintendent Government Telegraphs,
Victoria, B
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������
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35c a Box.
without a reasonable Increase In ex-
_ ���,,,,,,. ,     ,, .    of the city      Negotiations hre still in  B. C, Quesnel, B. C, Hazelton, 11. C.
penditure.      As the country expands |progre8B looking to their locution Inland Telegraph Creek. B. C.
and  develops  the demands for public   \ew Westminster.
works and    improvements    multiply,  -~-������ ���
and must be reasonably met. LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
When   the  Liberals  assumed ollice '������ 	
they found, as the result of misman-1    Take notice that an application has
a
generm    stagnation  in
been made to register Charles Ketch
agement, _ 6_u.,a, .lusuuuu.i m um us U1(J ()Wn(i|. in fee sim,.k. ,)n
business circles, arising from a want der a tax sale deed from C. C. fisher
of confidence in the Conservative jto Frederic W. Howay and Robie L.
Government, the members of which Reld- bearing date the 1st day of De-
had ,o little confidence in each other fem^r'tA' Da",1902, ot',a11 an;' sing";
.. lar  that  certain   parcel    or   tract  ot
thai     they    were    conspiring among  i;l!ul and promises situate, lying and Z^ "��-'.  *-
themselves for the premiership. After  being in  the  district   of    New   West-  .^ Honorab"e the Minister ot  .nolle
B. C, and from the Govern- : sj+ pn yv-j  oyi/-]   rino TTlf
mother part |ment  Telegraph  Agents  at   Ashcroft,  KJvv/CUll dllU.   VJdk. 1 IL-
ting, Sheet  Metal
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures with their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation and place of residence of each member of the firm
must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank,  made  payable to  the orde--  of
AT
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Works and General
Repairs.
JOBBING  PROMPTLY ATTENDED
TO.    PHONE   586.
! RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST ANI
OPTICIAN.
��� Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 51
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ment   gave  place  to  one  of  security,
and the result was manifest In a stim-
the  Liberals    took    ollice this sentl-Jminster, in the    province of    British
.jColumbia,  more    particularly   known
and described as Lot 13 of Block  i'i
|of Lot 201,   Group   1, Murray's Addi-
ulus  to every    branch of    trade the Ition, nortii half of Lot 14 of Block 1.
like of whieli the country had never of  kot  201, Group 1, Murray's Addi-
seea. jtion-
.,  .    .        ,.   . ., You find those claiming through or
It is true that the expenses of tlielunder you  and   a���   perB0_.   cJalmlng
country   have   largely   increased,   but  any Interest In the said land  by vir-
not out of proportion to the Increased lue ��f   any unregistered instrument,
responsibilities, or the greater vol- ;and a" Persons claiming any interest
llm.    r,    ..   . , ,       .���..   iin  the  said land    by descent,  whose
ume of business transacted. This tItle ��� not regiatered under tbe pro-
feature of the case is overlooked by [visions of the "Land Registry Act,"
the  Conservatives    when    criticizing 'are required  to contest the claim of
��X.ithe tax    purchaser    within  forty-five
the Government expenditures,
amine this a moment. In 1896
total trade of the country was |23'.i,-
025,000 and the total revenue $.ti,_18,-
590. The deficit was 1830,661. In
1908 the total trade of the country
was $050,793,000 and the total revenue $911,500,000, and the surplus was
$19,000,000. One must judge by results.
If it be extravagance to increase
the trade of the country from $2.9,-
000,000 to $650,000,000 and show a.
surplus of $19,000,000, then what
should be said of the Conservative
���Government, which secured a trade
of only $239,000,000 and came out at
the end of the year nearly half a million dollars in debt?
If extravagance brings results like
this the people would welcome more
ot it.      The  money of the people ls
well spent if It encourages trade, and
provides easy channels for commerce.
A Government that can  do this and
show a large surplus, is a better Government  than one  which  spent  less,
but failed   to   stimulate   trade,   and
could not meet Its obligations at the
end of the year.
c.) of the amount of the tender for
one year's packing, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline
to enter into a contract when called
upon to do so, or fail to complete the
work contracted for. If the tender
be not accepted the cheque will be
returned.
The Department .oes not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON  TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  September 24,  1909.
MERMTHEY. & RAMSAY
�� Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
Model Sign Works
days from the -late of the first publi-
the   caiion  of  this  notice, and  in  default Li'8*?"??"    wl"  not    f)p  Pa,d  for
of  a  caveat or  certificate  of  lis pen-  *"���   advertisement   it   they   Insert   lt
dens being filed    within such period ;
or   in   default   of     redemption   before
registration, you and each of you will
be    forever    estopped  and    debarred
from  setting  up  any  claim   to or in I
respect  of the said land, and I shall
register    Charles  Ketchum as owner
thereof in fee.     And I hereby direct,
that  publication    of    this  notice  tori
thirty ir.ys in a daily newspaper pul)-;'
lished   in   New   Westminster   will   be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Oltice,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 28th day of September. A. D. 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Henry Young, Esq., John Uren,
Esq. 228-30
without  authority
ment.
from   the   Depart-
. - t -..
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY          NEW8
Easterbrook  Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl-
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & fn flour and = merchant*
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone ��*
Sporting Goods
DUCKS    AND    DEER,  ETC.,
THE  SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING
OPENED  ON  SEPTEMBER 1.
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS 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
WE   ARE   READY   TO SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy o��'|
high-class   building    ^ieriali
than It Is to purchase the _*
er   kind.     We   can po��t ��l
buildings buUt with ouro*
rials   that   never  n^  r"
We can  point  to some oW
,i ii,,, tin"
that need repairs all i"v
But they were not MlKO.
materials.       Sec   WM"
cheapness Ues?
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GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Trade Commission Sits.
Halifax, Oct. 1.���The West Indian
commission opened proceelings here
today and is hearing large numbers
of persons inteisted ln the West India trade.
WATCH   THIS   SPACE
It will be to your advantage to read our advertisement from day to day, as we will have snaps for you all the time.
JUST   NOW  WE  ARE  SELLING ONE   QUART   BOTTLES  OF   FIRST-CLASS  PICKLES, 25c EACH.      EXTRA SELECTED EGGS, 3 DOZEN   FOR   $1.00   (These   eggs  Vou
3 LBS. BUTTER FOR $1.00.      WE WILL HAVE SOME FINE BUTTER TO  OFFER    YOU   IN  A   FEW DAYS   IN   14-LB.  BOXES  AT  A   VERY   LOW PRICE.
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boil)
C. A. WELSH, The People's Grocer.
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373 5ATURDA
y, OCTOBER 2, 1909.
THE   DAILY   ,"WP
fAQE FIVE.
^rs
SPORTING NEWS
Dry Goods House
FOOTBALL
��ESTE3DAY'S RACING
,85c
Flannelette Night Wear
at Special Prices
Ladies' Night  Dresses with embroidery    trimmings,    colors    pale
pink  .ind   white;   extra   heavy   quality. Regular   price  $2.00;
SPECIAL *1-50
Ladies' Night  Dresses with feather-stitched     trimmings;     colors
ale blue, pink nnd  white.  Regular price  $1.50;   SPECIAL   ...   .$1.00
Ladles' Night   Dresses with frilled   trimmings;    colors   pale   b'ue
pink and white.     Regular $1.25;   SPECIAL	
Try us; we sell for less.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
SMB*-
following | win be played
i   and  District  Football league today;
Ci Ith vi Thistles, Brockton point
al   2: 15  p m.
vs.  Westham Island at
. Island.
V-   A   c.   vs,  Grandview,    Cambie
Stn el     ro inds,   at   1   p.m.    K> fi ree,
!���'.   1.
Thistles   vs.   V.   M.   C.   A.,     Powell
Strei      rounds, at 2:15 p.m. Referee,
0. Phi
Cedai   Cottage  vs.   B.   C.   E.   H   at
- v at  2:30 p.m.  Referee
Willlscroft.
C.   P.   I;,   vs.     Nationals,    Gamble
ads at 2:15 p.m.    lt< teree
11.   McColl.
Shamrocks v.s. Central Methodists,
at Ii.n 11- Street grounds, at . p.m.
Ri i  Mr. Beei.
Bell-
Football Practice Today.
Mei bi ; i    nl'   thi   I.',-. v;s club will
practice   this   afternoon    at    Moody
squan       A number of new men will
be  signi I  on   to  avoid   the  error  ol
week, and although  there is no
isched lie game till October 15, ii may
ii:���   to play  the first  round
ol  the  National cup next  Saturday.
i  OFFICIAL   AND   PITCHER
INDULGE   IN   FREE   FIGHT
FIRST   lv .,.������,
ing:   thn e ;������ a - |  up
'���    '��� [ Bishop;   .,
J oiler,
SECOND RACE Five and a half
furlongs;   sellln -    year-olds and
up.
'��� AI' Derecho; 2, Canardo; 3, Pick-.
away.
THIRD RACE���Five and a half furlongs;   purse;  : year-olds.
y Balronia; 2, Raleigh P. D.; 3,
Lewiston.
FOURTH      RACE���Six      furlongs,
selling.-  three-year-olds and up;
l, Valoskl;  2, .May Sutton; 3, J. (J.
Ch in
FIFTH RACE���Six furlongs, selling; thn i -yeai olds and up.
1, Sea Lad; 2, Prosper; 3, Col.
Brady.
sixth RACE���Seven furlongs,
selling;   three-year-olds and  up,
1, Harrj Rogers; 2, George Kismet;
3, Liddlngton
SEVENTH RACE���One mile, selling;  three-year-olds and up.
1, .Marin; 2. Footloose; 3, Blue
Heron.
WE CAN SM 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.
W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Apes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT  CALL 81.
HALF THE PEOPLE HAVE DEFECTIVE EYESIGHT
How is yours? If you have never had it tested
cannot tell, but a call at my optical parlor will
ty you.      I do not make  a  charge for examination.
Portland, Oct.  i.���a    special  from
San     Francisco    says:        "President
Cai   Ewing  of  the  Coasl  league, and
Oscar Jones, the former San Francisco  twirler  who jumped   his  contract
to go tn the outlaws, had a list  fight
ii  Freeman's park jusi  ai  the close
of   the   game   Tuesday.      Jones,   who
was a trifle   under the   weather, approached   Ewing  and    tried  to enter
Into  conversation.      Ewing    said  he
did  not  want   anything  to do  with  a
cur   and   ballplayer   who   ha.l   broken
faith.      Jones   answered    back   that
|Ewing  was a cur, and the pair went
I at it hammer and tongs.     Ewing bad
all the better of Uie going and Jones,
jit is said, was severely punished.
Jockey Club Stakes.
London, Oct 1.���The following is
the result of the Jockey Club stakes:
First, St. Phaleron, 7 to 2; second,
Carlowitz, 7 to 1; third, Promore, 6
to l. Also ran: Royal Realm, Prln-
cesse la Galle, Diamond stud, sir
Hold, Fop, Mato, Tne Mint and Avico.
First   Fatality.
Winnipeg,  Oct.  1.���The  opening  of I
the prairie chicken season was marked by a fatality this morning at Oak
Bluff,   when   James   Stoddard   of     60 j
Smith street, Winnipeg, an old-timer, j
who came west  from Ontario in  the
seventies  and   who  farmel    at     Oak
Bluff,   but  is  now  retired,  was  killed !
I,y  the accidental firing of a gun    in
the hands of his companion, Pat  Mc-
Grath,  a  fanner  o[ that district.
Optical  Parlor,
Room 13,
I'^minion   Trust   Bldg.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, B. C.
���K_u>'. "���*_'_X__I
CUPS AND SAUCERS, $1.00 PER DOZEN.
(White  and  Gold  Patterns.)
FIFTY DOZEN TO CLEAR  AT THIS   PRICE.       REGULAR   VALUE
$1.35 A DOZEN.    WON'T  LAST  LONG.
SIX-PIECE   TOILET    SETS   AT $2.25.      See them  in  our window.
C. B.  DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
No More Wet Grounds.
Cleveland, Oct. 1.���The Cleveland
club has just closed a contract for
the most improved held covering that
has been made. It is not In use anywhere in the country, and is vastly
better than the covering wnich protects the Pittsburg inlield. The
covering is an ingenious contrivance
and if it works as well In practice as
In theory will save the club thousands of dollars In postpone,) games.
It consists of a monster canvas, 165
by 165 feet. In fair weather this
will be rolled against the grandstand)
When wishing to spread it for the
protection of the diamond the canvas
will be rolled to the centre of the
diamond and unfolded. A d izen men
can handle it easily.
Glad He Is Not Arrested.
Chicago, Oct. 1.���"I'm only glad
that they let me off without imprisonment." This was the only statement President Charles W. .Murphy
of the Cubs would vouchsafe In regard to the $5U0 fine which the national commission imposed on him
l'or violating the rules in tiie alleged
coaxing of Pfeiffer away from To-
touto.
Detroit Wins Pennant.
Boston, Mass., Oct. 1.���The fight
for the American league pennant Is
over, aud Detroit Is the victor. Thrice
she has won the championship in succession, whirl, is -i record for the
league.
1
LEWIS   AND   PAPKE
TO   MEET  FOR   BIG  PURSE
Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
Pittsburg. Oct. 1.���October 8 or ���'
has been arranged for a tight of six
rounds    between      Willie      Lewi.-,   and
Hilly Papke,    for   a purse of   $2500
each.       The   date   is   subject   to   the
I apportionment    of     dates    for    the
worl I's   championship     series   by   the
i National   Baseball  Commission.    Kaeh
i man   will   receive   a   like   amouni   as
the laws of Pennsylvania do not permit  of  a  decision  being  given.
Date for Seattle  Marathon.
Seattle, Oct. 1.���The    date of    the I
Seattle .Marathon race which the pro-j
motors plan to make the biggest affair  of   the   kind  ever   held  on  this j
coast,   has   been    officially   fixed   for |
October  17.    It   was  firsl   planned  toi
send  the  runners on  their  long  jour-1
ney   October   10th,   but   today   it   was
decided   to   have   the   race   one   week
later.
No Race This Year.
Toronto, Oct. 1.���Eddie Human
states that there is no chance for a
sculling race this year. He said that
Arnst, the world's champion, wanted
to row him on October lo, but he had
declined because of the late date.
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Detroit to Play Ne wYork.
New Vork, Oct. 1.���An exhibition
game has been arranged between the
Detrolts and New York Americans
to take place in this city next Wednesday for the benefit of Sam Crane,
the veteran baseball writer, who
formerly played with Detroit and
|New York teams. The Detrolts will
Icome east especially for this game.
"Iron Man" Joe McGlnnity will pitch
land Hugliey Jennings will play short-
|stop for the Tigers. Crane recently
I recovered  from a severe  illness.
Johnny Kling Plays Pool.
Kansas City. Mo., Oct. 1.���Cowboy
Weston, champion pool player, outplayed John Kling, formerly of the
Chicago National league baseball club,
bete last night by 36 points. This
was tlie second night's play in the
champoinshlp series, and the score
now stands: Kling, 400; Weston, 800
balls.
Opening   of   Season.
Victoria,    Oct.    1.���Although     the
sporting season did not open until
today, the first accident took place
\esterdiiy.      when      Harry      Fr.e.     a
Lacrosse   Practice for  Exhibition.
The senior amateur lacrosse boys
are asked to attend a prtictice at
Queen's park this afternoon at i
o'clock to prepare for the game
against the Maple Leafs on Tuesday
week.      A large turn out  is desired.
WATCHES
Ha!i watches that keep to the second the time,
Ha
Sp
9 movemsnts adjusted to suit any clime;
���filler!    <--e��- _--    _��,!_ ���_
WaJh.     _ d  cases���fine   solid gold,
lch��s the best that are made to be soldi
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
^^      ��LE AQENTS LONGINE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATCHES.
A Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
Ia,ld ��! u?dT h��U5e'  nlne fu"  slzed  lots, frame    stable    and hen house;
b'0tk "^th ��,. CL"t,vation. directly back of the  Brunette Sawmills office, a
Columbia street.
,5^ What?   Just Think!
ClU8lve. for"!"1' ba'ance *30 P^ ���nth on term8 to be arranged.    Exchr
6 b* MCQUARRIE   &   CO.,   Front   Street.
\esterdiiy.      when      Harry      Fi>e.     a ;    W^ V     ��
lumberman, was accidentally shot by.   mj ^ ^ ��_ *_   _ ^_
Frank   Headley,   a   carpenter,   with   a    11   EMM Jl MWT.W
nt. _c    ..m-     il,���    hall    nanatmlll        the    *�����   ��� ^^m *^ *^ ^*^ ���
Goods
30.66 rifle, the ball penetrating the
body just below the collar bone. .rye
[will   die.
NOTICE.
Those having rooms to let during
Exhibition week please han.l their
names and addresses with particulars
to the Secretary at the Exhibition
grounds, as a number of applications
have already been received applying
for accommodation during Fair week.
W. H. KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
WANTED, TO RENT
with option of
purchase
SMALL IMPROVED FARM OF FIVE
OR TEN ACRES OR SO, CLOSE IN
TO CHILLIWACK, OR NEW WESTMINSTER. NEAR B.C.E.R. EXTENSION. USED TO GARDENING AND
ARE GOOD BUTTER  MAKERS.
APPLY    "ALBERTA,"    CARE    0*
'DAILY   NEWS.      a; _  4
HAVE ADVANCED TWENTY PER
CENT. FORTUNATELY FOR US
AND FOR YOU WE PURCHASED
OUR WINTER STOCK BEFORE
THE ADVANCE. WE HAVE DECIDED TO SELL AT OLD PRICES
FOR ONE WEEK. IT MEANS A
SAVING TO YOU WORTH TAKING
ADVANTAGE OF, SO IF YOU EXPECT TO BE NEEDING A HOT WA
TER BOTTLE OR SYRINGE OR
COMBINATION OF BOTH, YOU
HAD BETTER ACT QUICKLY.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six  Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL  STREET   DAILY   AT   1   P.   M.     HALF-
HOUR  SERVICE FROM  GRANVILLE STREET STATION.
Road Oil
and
Asphalt
B.CRefiningCo.
(LIMITED)
Offices: Winch Bldg, Vancouver,
or Refinery, Port Moody.
WE ARE NOW READY EOR BUSINESS
PATRONIZE YOUR  LOCAL  INDUSTRIES
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance "now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALPRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657��Colunibia Street.
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PAGE SIX.
Better^int ForlburMong?
Paint   that   will   cover   better ���look
bright   longer���and   last  nearly  twice
as long as ordinary paints.    Paint that will not
chalk, check, nor crawl���if common sense guides
the use of it.    Paint it  took  17 years to perfect by
adding just enough of one special ingredient.
Money's-worth paint-that's the idea!
It's in every can of M-L Pure
Paints. Made in 40 colors for all
paint users by Im}>erial Varnish
& Color Co., Limited, of Toronto.
ANDERSON & LUS3Y
Agents for New West minster and district.
TUE  DAILY
GIVES _P THE STAGE
IOR RELIGIOUS LIFE
^^VOCTOB^
Noted   German   Actress   Will   Devct?
Herself to   Work  Among  the
Poor.
New Fall Suits
For the Boys
Mostly all made
with the Bloomer
Pants.
Other boys look
well in these stylish
suits. Yours will look
equally as well.
Berlin,  Oct.   I.���A   sensation    has j
been caused among theatn   goers by
the disclosure that Fran Hedwig Wen.
., |, of the Deutsche theatr . one ot
the most famous of German actresses
has abandoned the stage for t ie re
ligious   life.    She  played   In   "Faust
as hue as Wednesday  last,  but *!i''
Intends thai that will be her las, ap-
Ipearance on   the  stag,-.    Henceforth
'she   will  devote   hersell   to  religious
'work among the poor. Her colleagues
say she has been  incn aslnglj   religiously  Inclined    tor  two years.    Hide,-d.   she   has   been    contemplating
withdrawal from the stage for many
months,   She said to an interviewer:
"The bouI nt anybodj  w .,���   s irves
the  cause  of  the   theatre   herolcall)
us we have done, must go to eternal
ruin.    The theatre mi ans ceasing to
be.    My determination  wns nol  suddenly taken.   I have longed to leave
the  stage and   world  and  to  devote
myself to my Saviour."
she added thai her determination
was sealed hy attending a meeting ol
the Salvation Army at Frankfort
about a month ago. when she went to
the penitent's bench, l-'rau Wengel,
who is ::i years old, separate! from
her husband, Staberneck, the musician, a few weeks ago.
in New Westmin ter's
Residential District.
���'���-" at
CAPT.    BERNIER    HAS
ACCOMPLISHED   MISSION
M. J. PHILLIPS
SELLS THEM.
Ottawa, Oct.    1.���After    having accomplished  his mission  Capt.   Hornier
has  returned to Canada from  the  far
north.      His  return    was  unexpeetei
and it is stated at  the department  ol
marine  and    fisheries    this morning;
:thai experienced and shrewd as he is,
lhe has managed to escape the beginning of a second Arctic winter, which
had   it   nipped   hlm   would   have   held
hi tn   prisoner     another     year.       The
��� first    communication    received   trom
Bernier  since he left    in  July.   1H08,
jwas recived this morning, coming by
j wireless   from   Point   Amour,   on   the
Labrador   coast,   to   Cape   Kay.   Newfoundland, reading  as follows:
"Arctic passed here;  all well;  hav-
ling  acomplisbed   our  mission.   Please
forward   our    letters    and   papers   to
Father   Point.
J.  11.  Hh'HMrJR."
MOONED COlTAIiE.
ON   OXFORD   STREET.
One block from carline, has city
water, good bathroom, etc. This
can be rented for $15.50 per
month.
PRICE FOR QUICK SALE.
$1000: $400 CASH. BALANCE $10
PER    MONTH.
. HOOHFD COTTAGE.
ON  DURHAM  STREET.
With two lots 66x132 feet each.
Pantry. bathroom, and clothes
closet; 12 apple trees and 5 pear
trees, all bearing... Any amount
of raspberries:   garden.
PRICE $1500: $500 CASH, BAL
ANCE   TO  ARRANGE.
HOUSE AND LOT.
ON  DURHAM  STREET.
House contains    5    large rooms,
city   water,   etc.     Fruit   trees   and
chicken   hoiife on  the   lot.
PRICE  $1075;   $500  CASH,  BAL
ANCE   OVER   TWO   YEARS.
DOUSE AND LOT.
ON   DURHAM   STREET.
House contains 7 rooms, city
j water, electric light, etc. Size of
I lot, 66x132 feet, all cleared.
PRICE $1600; $500 CASH, BAL
' ANCE   TO   ARRANGE.
ly papered, etc.
ter,  bath,  and  ele!':
shed and chicken run.
ONLY $1600.      TERMS Tn a
RANGE. T0 A
w
wood
I
GROOMED HOOSE.
SITUATED      CORNER      EIGHTH
AVE.  AND  SIXTH   ST.
City  water;   lot   66x132  feet,   all
cleared.  Right on the carline.
PRICE   $1300;    TERMS   TO   AR
RANGE.
7-ROONED HOUSE.
GLOUCESTER   STREET.
Near centre of city;   rooms new-
4-R00NED HOUSE,
ON  AGNES  STREET.
Two rooms and I ithrcom _,.
stairs, 2 large roon and large
hall downstairs;   lot 33x66 feet
PRICE $1800; $700 CASH, BALANCE $20 PER MONTH WITH
INTEREST. THIS IS AN EX
CEPTIONALLY   GOOD  BUY
7-R00MEII HOUSE.
ON   ST.  ANDREW'S STREET.
Containing   4   rooms   and    small
hall downstairs, 3 roonrs and bathroom   upstairs:    hot   and  cold  water,   electric   light,   et
for   wood;   lot   74x148  feet
PRICE   $2300.     ANY   REASONABLE   TERMS.
IRISH   LAND   BILL
PASSES SECOND  READING
THE RED CROSS
SANITARY CIOSETS
A sanitary closet not requiring water or sewerage.
Taft's Seattle Visit  Ends.
Seattle,    Oct.    1.���President  Tail's
I visit to Seattle ends at 4 o'clock this
[afternoon,  at     which     hour   he   will
leave for Tacoma.    This morning the
I President  In   his automobile  paraded
the principal strets so that all could
have  an   opportunity  of  seeing  him.
After the parade he proceeded to the
exposition where he had arranged to
inspect the stock show.
MUM & HARRIS, Agents
HALL-LAVBRY  BLOCK
New Westminster.
London, Oct. 1.���The Irish land bill
passed the second reading before the
j House of Lords late last night. It is
.said, however, that some radical
I changes will be made in the bill when
lt  reaches the committee.
The .Nationalists probably will refuse to accept the bill if the J>ords
omit or weaken the powers of the
provision for the compulsory purchase
, of land, notwithstanding what views
; are taken by the government, on the
Question.
W. J. KERR, Ltd.
614 Columbia Street, NEW WESTMINSTE .
Phone   1 70.
Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet in hot
weathor. For washing underciotn-
ing it Is unequalled. Cleaimes and
purifies. ������
He Deserved It.
Vienna, Oct. 1.���Emperor Francis
Joseph today at the historical art
museum ln Vienna inspected the cast
of a Dlplodocus presented to him by
Andrew Carnegie, the museum at
Pittsburg, who brougnt the cast to
Vienna, was presented to the emperor
and answered a number of questions
regarding the gift. Subsequently his
majesty conferred upon Mr. Holland
the decoration of officer of the Order
of Francis Joseph.
Former   M.P.   Dies   Suddenly.
Ottawa,  Sept.   30.���Dr.   Chas.    Ferguson,   ex-M.   P.   for   Greenville   and
Leeds, died suddenly at his home in | ff
Kemptville   yesterday.     He   was     '/��
years old.
P.
& CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in
The New Store
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
|.\������pW__��3K___l_tf
IBZ_2__flraB_P_2E_
Beef, Mutton,  Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Two Saturday Specials at the Hosiery Counter.
Number One���A clean-up of broken lines in Children's Hose.
These include cotton, cashmere and wool, plain and ribbed, sizes from
4 to 71-2, from 20c to 40c pair regularly.   Saturday price, pair 1 Oc
Number Two���Ladies' Fancy Hose, in lace and embroidered
lisles: high-grade goods, but we are overstocked; regular values 75c to
$1.00.   Saturday price, pair 5qc
of the best quality.
������������������������������������������������������������������ ����������������������������������������� �������������*������������������
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia   Street.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
_���������������������������������������������������������������������� �������������������� 14 ��������������������������������������***%
Electric Railway Service j
City  Line:   Cars  _*����� BJJ f
offlce on the hour, twenty ���    j
utes   after,   and   for./    i^te   t
_ b * on fl   B��' ���
after, commencing at 9,m >*���      J
Sapperton Line: Ca" 1���� ���
at ten minutes after Ae Jg j
half past am! fifty m'nuteB �� J
the  hour, commencing at J
a. m.
Interurban Line.
Care for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
Sunday
tween 8:30 a. ni
.ervlee fcalf-bo"^
t   British Columbia Electric Ry. c��"flti l
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4444444 JRDAV. OCTOBER 2.
1909.
t;:e daily news.
PACK   SKVfc.IV
-.   ii   ran
never
���    i        It
- iti .     --M
0  /
Don't go up in the air
V/henweMy: " If you have never j
worn Male Attire  Clothes, you ' P���
i    -. I ri,.lk*. rr>rT.fnrt " ^
i y^-kya
ft   S T'  ft'. Yvi
.     tW-.    ���-������������Y/
Tilr   1
���
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I
In our 20 oz
abl
Wh
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It  n	
weath; ,
il it tor]
mediate use _ p n
Sold by Tieat Grocers linJ.rylvhsrt
Handsome booktel
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r
*     *     *     ���    ������..���     ���
���   . ��� .,���,
MARKET
REPORT
ll��6, w<- .tfor a can _:_nsid*>r-
lv larger limn the ordinary K_iially size, and
il< h is full otrenith, no thin, watery propara-
r\ of weak quetUty.
r cream,
mation to
upon appl* ati
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING CO..
Ingers.l], Onl.
in   i
tii
nl'    :
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____________
i .     week
i 'i and cooler
���    rule,    tester-
,; e bi i i.
last,  more
Hers gen-
V   I   .1
. nearly
i ,ii i.\   in
iiii' i   Bhori
Lytton
'i ii'     in
were the
~A*5T "~~"" ss���
K
i _>_��-_.!__ LrJ��@iE
"{%% ��_". iSlf_��__T !
don't know Clothes comfort.
C Select ) our Cloth from our 1 50
Designs and your Style from our
50 Fashions.
Then have us make you a Suit or
Overcoat to order.
You run no risk, we take the re-
Bjonflbility.
Jfyou don't get more for your money
in Male Attire Clothes than through
the other sort -you can have your
money back.
�� The finest range of English worsteds and Scotch tweeds on the
market.
^ See our new Tricoat,
The greatefl achievement In overcoats���buttons three ways.
������1 OFFICERS TO REfl
"_______
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 3-15
English Watchmaker
!    Il.ll
"'
Ppl    p.nd the
A"u" I I lng al  quo
itton  v ,,. also
plentll il Inn demand was i
i"'11'1",'1' i" ���      remaining unchang
"''���    Veai rgoai upply
��� (i;i1  :""l   the call  caused
���   _ the price to stiffen Bligiitly   nil i, im
fdiMFfll flF RANK ,!"   ;
tUllIHUL UI   Hrtlin was in quantl     ,  , mti
 ,h" demand �� is good, i ie price h< ...
ever .su,,. | , .,,iv.
'  "    ���-���'   weeklj    bi coming    more
scarci    b il   the  prii .���.  re
'"Pi   ai pl   12c   whoh Bale     Tue  s ipplj
was  ' iparativi |j   good  and  the de-
 mand sl mug.    Fowl  v,,i,   plentiful in j
  a11   kinds,   the   demand   for  hens  especially   being   mi.mv  the  price   re*
ima  City, Okla., Ocl   1.���The  ,llailli"^   unchanged.    Chicken     were
Colui bia   bank, winch  suspended  on "ll''ll'd >" gooi numbers and the de-
Tuesday   wiib  $3,000,   in  deposit*,  ".l;"ul waa sood '"r well grown birds.
will be Curned over to iis offlcers by '.'"' 1""''' weakened slightly, the best
the state lmn kin:-, board Monday. ''"'is 8el"ng al $5.50 oi a hall dollar
Pn Idenl \V. I. Norton and his asso- less ,li:MI lasl VVl,'K- Brollen as us-
ciates in the Columbia Bank & Trustl��� were, f.r Bale '" v,,|> large num-
Co.   have   offered   to  pul   $|iiii.iiimi  in
 > > ...v. ,\\ .\,\\S\
Oklahoma  State   Board  Stops   Run on
Financial   Institution,   Paying   Out
Less  Than   $200,000.
bers  and  the  demand  waa sufficient-
Evcry housewife  who uses flour must be
interested   in   ROBIN   HOOD "the flour that
is different."
You hear it makes a bigger loaf, that the loaf is
sweeter-flavored, more nutritious, more easily
assimilated than bread made with other flours.
We can tell you why ROBIN HOOD Flour
makes that kind of a loaf, but what ought to interest you more than "why it docs" is that "it does."
You can prove what we say as true at no risk of
loss to yourself.
It is largely a matter of making up y.ur mind to
use "Robin Hood."
The Saskatchewan Flour Ml
Co., Ltd. -
Moos'. Jaw   -   -   Sask.
P. S.��� Ask yi ii ;ro( r about our guarantee, and when you use
Robin Hood add uiore water than usual
cash Into the bank'vaulVs, and'during '    ""'""" for, al1 "J '""' ,:ik,'n u"
the  suspension  the  depositors    Have r"A"A  "'' 's"'"  a'1'1 ���ondltlon
been eared for by the state guitnmty     Potatoes  are  still  little in  request
f    j though   the i|Uiiiiut>     Btill    remains
At' l o'clock yesterday afternoon ho ^    There  was a gooi supply ol
Gold Watcaes for Ladl-s from *12./5   ���,,���,. depositors were In Imp. to with- ��nl��ns. '"   *���kB   bt\Ahe  ,k'mi"ul   '
draw their funds.     The total amount ll"'1,''<   for ">e��e at the presenl time,
paid out since the suspension is less    ,APP.les are BtU1 Bcar��e u">��*h mor<
__��_____.__
aie Attire Limited
AGENTSi
LOU
Oothing Co.
PPEU. Manager.
up      ___________
Silver Watches,
$6.00.
Silver  Watches
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Walthan
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty
gents'    open face
gents'  open    case,
and     Elgin
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Ceo. Adams,  Grocer
Bank of Montreal
plentiful than last  week, an I the demand is growing stronger, this  week
in ing much in excess ol the demand.
The seareit.v  of apples at the presenl
time is dm- to the fact that ii is between  the  seasons    tor the summei
$- and fall varieties.     Grav6nstelns and
* Wealthies  an-   the    two   kinds   now
Simost   prominent   on  the market.      A
_  fair supply of prunes was offered  but
v the demand  for this fruit  is limited.
### the quality not   being all  that could
be desired.     A numbei  ni crates of
crab  upp>s  were   sold  at   titty  cents
left at, or telephoned to, thi. office by each.
Official   Quotations.
than $.00,000. 1^^^^^^^^^
jCHURCH
SERVICES
',.-���-..-'.. V.4
;'.."-.���'--"-"-.w.."..������..���'..������:.".."..-'..<:y.   :
Ef-/r-,r3r'iror-?f*.rTC'��ci>r5Hf yy.
(Changes for this column  must
be
9  p.m.  on  Fridays.    The  omission  of
any  church  notice  from   this  colum.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take nol thai an application has
ter. :: register   Annie  Ryder
t! owner i   f      simple, under a tax
Ij) om Sidney A. Fletcher to
Annie R bearing   date  the  13th
b  I :. A. D-, lf'06, of all and
jngiilar certain   parcel  or tract
��� land :   premises   situate,   lying
id bei the    district of    New
fast r   In the Provinc- of Brlt-
fc (' a, more particularly
howr.   and    described    a3  L_t   2_,
-Block 1; otg 8, 9, 16 and 17. Block
j; Lots i   16 are! IT. Block    0;
Lc- ������ 13 and 20. Block 9; Lots
I ��� : 17. Block 10; Lo'S 1. 8.
ail ��� ' : Block 12; Lots 4. 5, 12.
p 13 and k 13;  Lota 1, 8, 9. 16
id 11 k 11; Lot3 1. 8. 9, 18 and
!��� : ��� 4. 5, and 20, Block
II . 9. 16 and 17, Block IS;
. 21; all subdivisions of
1>" - 1 Lots 10, 11, 12. 13.
'I "Is." subdivision of
1*1 - p 1; Lota 24. 45, 26 27.
31 1: Lots 2. 3, 4. 5, 6.
: 13, 14, 15 18. 19 and 20,
Block 4; I 16, Block 6; Lots _, 8.
J. 16 a- -. 15; Lots 4. 5, 12,
13 and . 9, subdivision of Lot
M:;< Gi : Ixit 7. Block 4, of Lot
HI, Groui Map 174.
You aod ���    se claimln
Under you and  all   person
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00   'n   by the pastor or other responslblt.
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
^^^_ .     HOLY TRINITY���Rev. A. _lnMrirrk,
C. S. A., and Mexico City.    A general   rect<)r.  Holy communion,  8 a.m.  Mat-
banking    business    transacted.      Let-!ing litany  and sermon   11  a.m     Sun-
ters of Credit Issued,    available with  day-school at 2:30 p.m.
correspondents  in    all   parts of    the  eermon, 7 p.m.
worl(1- |     ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN-
SaYings Bank Department���Deposits] ^^  j   s   Henderson,    pastor.    Ser
received  In  sums   of   $1   and   upward,
Beef, hindquarters, per lb.,.So to 9c
Beef, forequarters, per lb ...  _c to 6c
Indicates that no copy lias been turned Ivunb 14 to It)
Mutton lie to 12c
Veal, large '->c to 10c
>arty.) jVeal, medium lie to 12c
  Pork, inidiiiiu. per lb ..  ..lie to 12c
Eggs, "wholesale, per du. 42c
Sunday, October 3. Eggs,   retail,   per  do/.    45c
Butter,   wholesale,  per  lb 27c
Butter, retail, per  lb.
Fowl, per doz	
    ._ ,  Chickens, per doz
evensuia and   .... '    ,
Broilers   ier < oz.
innum (present rate).
_;>t._  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
~��'.��    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Columbia   Street    Loca
Notice.
.$6.50 to $7...'i
. .. .$..  to $5.60
_\ $4.0 i to $5.0 i
Ducks, per doz $9 to $1 >
Potatoes, per  ton    $12
Prunes, per crate  4itc to bOc
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Crab   Apples,   per   crate    5Uc j
j vices 11 a.m. and    7    p.m.    Sabbath Apples, per box $1.25 to $1.60
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per | schoo,    and    Bib!e    cUs_.  g.g-    pm> Blackbtrries,  per crate   ..$1  to 91*25j
Pears, ]ier box 7.K.- u, .1.00
ST.  STEPHi:.\'S  PRESBVTekian Onions, per sack .1.25 to $l.b0
-Rev.   T.   Wardlaw Taylor,  M.A..  Ph.  ';,,as-  3  li,s'  ",Jr   ��� ��� ���    }{)Y '
Carrots,   two  bunches    lac
D., minister.   Services at 11 a. m. and I Turnips,  two  hunches    5c
7 p.m.;   Sunday   school  at 2:30 pm.   Lettuce,   two   bunches 5c  i
Rhubarb, two bunches 15c  I
KNOX  PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH,  Cabling...   per  heud    5c '���
���Rw.     E.     Q.     Thompson,     M.    A-,  Beets,   three   bundles 10c i
pastor.       Public    worship;     Morning,   Tomatoes, per lb 15c j
111  a..tu.: evening, 7 p.m.      Bible class  String beans, 6 11)5 for 25e
improvement and Sabbath school 2:30 p.m., Y.P.S. Cauliflower,  per bead    Bel
;C.E.,   Tuesday,   sp.m.;   prayer   meeting, Wednesday, S p.m.
Merino and Natural Wool, soft,
pliable and just the right weight, all
sizes,  per  garment
75c to $2.25
Union Suits, of heavy balbriggan,
end wool  of medium  weight, per suit
$1.25 to $4.00
Cucumbers, three for
.10c
Pursuant to section 20 of the "Lo- 	
cai    Improvement     General     Bylaw,      QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
through or 1909." notice ls hereby given that the  Rey   c     w     j3row_,    pastor.      Ser-
 _.   claiming  Assessment  Roll    of    the "Columbia yices at n am   and ; p.m.; Sunday
>ny Interest In the said land by vir- Street Local Improvement" is open tor scnool at 2;30 p. m. Th_ pastor will
toe of any unregistered Instrument. .Inspection at the office of the Asses- j,rearn at both morning and evening
a. all persons claiming anv interest,sor in the City Hall. New Westmin- servk-es. Morning subject. "The
'" A'.- Bald land by d-Bcent, whose-ster, British Columbia, and in case ijarpest Subscription Ever Given to
title Is nn- registered under th. pro-Ithe owner or any person Interested (he church;" evening subject, "UUat
wlons of the "Land Registry Act,'|in any of the properrles included lg thp barroom Costing Canada To-
���Je requir .1 to contest the claim of therein, desires to appi'al from such ^y*-
���" ''x :���������-    w thin  ten  days|assessment he shall within the period
to"-.:.   ���        ���  ���>,., arg, pui.llcation'of   eleven   (Hi   days    from  the  first      wksT    END     METHODIST���Rev.
0,fti> i. , v. [n d. fault of a cav- 'publication of this notice, give notice Ja,mvfl    Calvert,    D.D..    pa.stor.-Ser-
*fl or certificate of lis pendens being to the undersized "Ji writing of his  vices at  11  a.m.  and   7  p.m.      Cass
"Je. wiu,in - ., ^ |,.Tiod  or ln default .intention  to  appeal.
Dated this 29th day of September.
A .D., 1909.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Date of  flrst   publication. 29th  day
of  September,  1909. 225-10.
of rede
, .    " ore registration you
*nd   t'-i ���:    ou wlll  be forever es-
Y     -��� - 'I  from setting up
J1.'. ��� ' to respect of the said
register Annie Ryder
JY*'": In fee.    And I here-
tf,��Yr ,; lication of this no-
���_n if l:! 'li:^ ln a dail>' iiewspai^r
Tw   A  ln   NV'A   Westminster   wlll
A, , and Efficient service thereof.
v'.';, land    registrv  offlce,
C,....,'" I'nrvinceof Britlsn
T^ll. '       day  of   August,
T" Satri'ir-
���: Coul
C.  S   KEITH,
District Registrar.
r,  Esq.
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30   p.m.;   Epworth   League   Monday
at  8   p.m.;   prayer   meeting
day at 8 p.m.
v. ednes-
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E.   D.   Braden,   pastor.       Bervti -s   at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m;  Sunday school at
I 2:30 p.m.  Epworth league ou  Monday
{evening at  s o'clock.    Special  Rally
Day.
Russell  Hotel.
Chas.   Hill-Tout.   Abbotstord.
D. S. Seater. Vancouver.
James Fox, Coquitlam.
F. .!.   Merrick.  Vancouver.
VV".  B. Townley. Vancouver.
L.   E.  Snell,  Vancouver.
John  H.  Kelly, New York.
D.  A.  McKee.  Ladner.
A. French. Vancouver.
B. Tooke,  Montreal.
A. G. Halstead, Vancouver.
A. J. Ford, Vancouver.
G. A. Ford, Vancouver.
T. C. Johnston, Montreal.
J. F. R. Balloeh, Vancouver.
J.   P.   King.   Chicago.
t��r<nfr'aJ"t ll acre) of s��utheast quar-
l" of .�����Uon    12.   township   2,   N.w
^"���nlMter district. ^_^^_
flcate'���rfai,'ri>'r of rne loss of certl-
">e nam  _! e^.mber 17fl7a- l!��"*'l ln
        Pastor  will  occupy  tne   pulpit.
���,  .p- ' in 'the  morning and   Rev.   lt.   V   Snil-
Re  14-100 acres of  portion of se*   ^^   ^ Grandvj(.w   la  th(,   evening. |
tion 21, block 5. north rang- t>, wesl I Th(.lx, wm be a special Sunda.wciiooi
New  Westminster  district. ruiiv at  2:30 p.m.. at. which  Rev. U.
of certl-, .,.-.,���.-
VV.   Brown,
Whereas proof of the los
of   the   Queen's   Avenue
Nntl "met
�� theC8e_n8|���Heby ?iTen that I 8ha"'
"ie .atYnf ?, 0n of one mon,h In,|��
of in a ,",'"��� r'rs: publication h.-re-
(h9 Clt u~'y newspaper published In
.WIcaL of A W?tmil-St^. Issue a
ln 0��e neaiS! wUd '"rUflca'e ��"���������
��ia . to m i '���' ,v:illd objection be
me in writing,
Wnate'r, n. r
C. S. KEITH.
Land AA, .''' Re8l��raro! Titles.
'        "^istry   Office,     New   West-
xusus*. 2. 1909
flcate of title number 5657_  Issued '"  chur(,h   wlu deliver an addr-'
the name of Island Lodge No. '2 4. I. o.
O. F., lm been filed In th s offlc-       |     __.   pAUL3 REFORMED EPISCO-
Notlce Is hereby gWan that I sha.^ A_ deB_ Qwen> ncW, 3sr.
at the expiration of on,- monu trom __��_-/___���_
the date of the first publication here-j Tice at U a.m. and 7 p.m. Hoi) Corn-
of In a dally newspaper published tn -,union _rBt Sunday In the monu af-
th'e city of "New Westminster issue , ^ morning ittvice. prayer n.eetleg
duplicate   tJ^jf&Z L Thur.day at l.�� P m.
OUVET BAPTIST���Rev. A.
er,   pastor.      Services 11  a.m
p.m.      Sunday    school   at.   2:
_iidwe_k prayer meeting on  Wednesday at I o'clock.
SALVATION ARMY���Services   will
be  eaa_fflrtei ia the  S.  A.  barracks
on Sunday as follow.--   11 a.m., Holiness. 3 p.m.. Free and Easy meeting;
'-���30  p.m..   Salvation  meeting.    AdJu-
unless  In  the
tion be made to me In wrltm?.
District Registrar of Tl^es*.
Land  Registry Offlce.  New  Westminster. B. tt, September ��, 19��9-
Bak-
and 7
0  p.m.
IT pAY
s TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
W -J, " '  ' Y NEW.
Opera House
Bookings.
New  i    ���"",
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Oct. 13���Scottish Concert.
Oct. 20.���O.     Henry's
Xft"
Oct. 28���The Climax
Nov. 1 and 2-Tiv ShepHerd W
\-ov. (.���Parisian Model.
Nov.   19.���Human   Heans.
tant  and   Mrs.   Bloss,   of   Vancouver,
Windsor  Hotel.
H. C. Todd. Toronto.
J. C. Thomas, Toronto.
E. C. VV'ertz, Toronto.
Alan S. Watson. Chilliwack.
H. E. S. Watson, Chilliwack.
Otto Raidike. Chilliwack.
(.'has. Kettles, Ladner.        ^^^^^^
J.   A.   Savage   and   wife,   Westbam
Island.
Mrs. Gray, Langley Prairie.
D.  M. Ellis, Ladner.
John  Gordon, Crescent.
J. Duggan and wife, Hammond.
F. W.  Reltl  and  wife. Albion.
R. J. Slieppard. Seattle.
'/,. Midland, Langley.
Max   Midland,  Langley.
Walter   Norton,   Toronto,
0.  A. Johnson, Sumas.
K. Ito wen, Sumas.
Geo.  Freeman    and    wife
i'riilrie.
Miss L. Midland, Langley Prairie.
Mlss Mlchaud, Langley 1'ralrle.
D. C. Webber, Port Haney.
Langley
Biggest Dirigible In U. S.
Indianapolis,  Oct.   1���Carl    Fisher
and G. L. Barabaugh of this city are
will conduct, the afternoon and even- constructing a dirigible balloon which
meetings.    All are welcome. they declare is to be the biggest in
-...
  the United States.     The bag is to be
MW. YOUR APPcAL, to the publlo 1��6 fet long and 32 feet in diameter.
MAKE  YOUR AP. cal, "J""J* lt wl��� have a capacity of 1000 pounds
through the columns of TME.wa"-t of bal|agt> and ^ree men wln be re-
NEW3.   The Morning Paper. Iqulred to operate It.
UNDERWEAR
I HE keen Autumn air suggests
*    heavier Underwear.
It's not time yet for the heavy
winter weights, but just the time
for our medium between-seasons
weights. More and more men
every year call for this underwear.
This store always provides the
right thing for mens comfort at
the right time.
SWEATERS
We show all the bost models in Sweaters with the
Sweater Vests in the lead as a favorite. All worst' \ yams: full fashioned, extra heavy knit, brass
o. pearl buttons $1.25, $1.50 to $5.00
We can match the Sweater notions of any man.
REID & CO.
Clothiers and
Haberdashers
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1  p-rr day up.
Room and board $2.50 per day up.
r-inm with bath $2M per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
wa*er. steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and b.ata
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE   DAIL
T  NEWS*"
^^TOB_R-1909i
............em............ m
You Can Buy
More When
We Sell For
Less
Now is your time
and opportunity to
buy in your Jelly
Glasses. We are
selling out this line
at a reduced rate,
and you can buy
them now for less
than you ever did
before. We do this
because we know
you need them.
You needn't inquire concerning
our bargains. They
speak for themselves, and your
approval is our ambition.
it
We    are    right    in
season   with   a   fine
line     of    most     improved
FOOD   CHOPPERS
Call   and  See
City News
���
Everything for the gnra-.-n at Tidy's
phone 184.
A good supply of fresh and smoked
���isli. ulsii oysters at  Benson ^  Ayiing.
Bi gbie strei t. :...-::.
The regular meeting of t ie Local
Typograpical Union No. 632 will be
held in the Labor Tempi, mi Sundaj
ni 2:30 p.m.
v.iois   .iivi.i   s..ip:|<|
'.)  '�� in a'ii.) >ii|i  ll[ so|i|irj  |OOd   .- ���.[
Bob    Stevenson's    whole  stock   of
bouts an I   shots    to    be  sold  off  In
thirty days.
.19-
l Anderson & Lusby |!
COLUMBIA STREET.
The secretary of tho Women's Auxiliary of the Royal Colu nbian Hi spi
ial has received a donation oi $25
from .Mrs. F. J. Hart, as a contribu*
Ion toward the work of I ixiliary
in aid of the hospital.
Head    can fui j   . ii   ad    rtis?m
if t\ A. \\'i'-:.. th<  -     i    .    pagi   i
��� -������?
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witcliazel Cream
We also  hav; all  kinds of complexion   creams   and  skin   foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
BUSINESS
SCMOOL
We claim to giv(> young men and
women the qualifications for excellent business positions In which they
make good.
Our fall term ls now open with a
splendid class of young men and women In attendance. Shall we look
for you to join our number in the
near future? A few months' training in our school will prove a lifelong
satisfaction to you. Day and evening classes.     Call or write.
A.   L.  BOUCK,  Principal.
610 Columbia Street
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth SL and   Fifth Arena*
PHONE 17a
BOWELL A ODDr, Proerieters.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
lie transacted ln the offices
lately occupied by McBride &
Kennedy, 28 Lorne street, in
the company's head office building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F. J. HART, Manager.
New 'W'estuiinstvir, Sept, 25th,
1909.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
���   1 IlL IVladz in south bend Knl1 uL j
t SEND YOUR HEATING STOVES X
JAMES & McCLUGHAN j
FOR REPAIRS. j
| Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster _
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The greate; .-gains ever |
offered In this ��� - 'J
ai low gradi pi Ices I I ��� ���.- - ������ '"'
Columbia street, next . i to li ii< hou
hotel; open evi nings to '.oo p.m
Montelius Piano House, Ltd.       227-2
A gang of men are at work on the
excavations for tlie outlet on the first
Btreel sewer, where it crosses the
tracks on From street The work is '
heavy, a deep cut having to be made
to avoid a sudden drop ai t ie cul
bank.
For first-class cut (lowers and anj
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies'
[im uhouse, R208. **
s..iiiriu  .uj,      oiood  .\'i:|d  iioa oq
li. C, E3. H. city aod Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for th ��� accommodation of the Xew Westminster people attending the horse races
at Minoru park. Lulu island. Th-e
last Sapperton car will brave the office at 11:30 p.m.. and tlie city car at
11:20 _.m. �����
A. F. Ewing, of the legal firm ol
il-wing and Harvey, of Edmonton, Alluvia, was in tbe city yesterday on
a visit to C. li. Stuart Wade, secretary 0* the board of trade. Mr.
Swing is visiting the coast on a holiday.
The golden opportunity is presented now to get your piano at Wholesale prices at 407 Columbia street,
next door to Guichon hotel. .\i_ntoi-
ious Piano House. Open evi nings
to 9  p.m. 227-2
' .'IT'ia    _i  T  in  U.ttO,
UJ   S_|D[.JB   .S.IOJiOUlS   JO   dUU    ,S_U|j
The steamer Transfer wil] hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharl
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. Oil Saturday she win make an extra return
trip arriving in the city in tlie evening. Trips will be made to Steveston as  the business warrants. **
The hop-picking at Agassi/, is now-
over, according to the statemeni of
Constable Hutchinson of the provincial police, who returned yesterday.
The crop lias been good, and the Indians who have been picking and
are now returning to their homes,
made good wages. Mr. Hutchinson
was preventing the infractions of the
liquor  law.
s.jiuia 3B 'sej_      i___p poo_ v
For 10 days only we are going to
sell   a  whole  carload  of  pianos  from
one of our upcountry branches to tlie
j people of Westminster and district at
actual   wholesale   prices.       Oet   busy.
I make your selection early and avoid
[the  rush.      First come   first  served.
Store at 407    Columbia    street, next
door to Guichon  hotel.      Open evenings  to  9  p.m. 227-2
s,.i|Big tu sa[q_.  jooa _au .nu_
Your box in a safety deposit vault Is
a private affair. No one has access
to it but yourself. And besides, it
is safe and that is a factor worth
something to you. Then il costs
only a sm.all sum to rent one of these I
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. Let
us tell you about It. Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd., T. R. Pearson, manager
New Westminster branch. 2.s-i
Buy orchard lands while they ar.
cheap and become Independent, w.
are th_ official agents of The Western
Homo and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Lei
un tell you about their choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite an
fruit dlslrict along the Hue of th
B. C. Flectric Chilliwack lin,. and V.
V. & F. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
This section excels In the production
of all fruits. Come at once wbila tlie
best lands are selling cheap and let u��
show you this section at our expense.
We can s..-ll five, ten, fifteen anil
twenty acrft tracts ou easy terms, i'
J. Hart & Co., Ltd. *���
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St,
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
West End Property
GOOD BUYS
|[ F. X HART & CO., Ltd)
Have You Seen Those
Charming Styles That We
Are Displaying?
This is the question that comes up
in the conversation of all shoppers.
Not in years have we seen styles
create so niuch enthusiasm, so captivate all women.
V
THE NEW IDEAS INWOMEN'S WEAR INCLUDE TWO
AND THREE PIECE SUITS, SKIRTS IN SCORES OF
STYLES.    WRAPS,   COATS,   WAISTS,   AND     OTHER   AP
PAREL.
The quality is a good point to consider. We lay
great stress upon this particular feature. Our large
and unequaled buying facilities enabled us to secure
this great range of styles, and also enabled us to
quote very popular prices���prices unequaled elsewhere. This is truly a season of novelties in styles,
and for that reason, if for no other, you should see
this display right away.
CHILDREN'S  COAT
MATERIALS
Materials suitable for
children's coats are in de
demand these days. We
mention a few of the most
popular  fabrics.
Scarlet Kersey Cloth, 51-
inch cloth in heavy weights
suitable for making up without lining. Three shade;
of cardinal���military scarlet, light cardinal and dark
cardinal, navy grey and tin-
mixed colors shown also in
tills same material, per yard
only $1.50 to $2.^.
FUR     LINED,    CAPE    KID,
AND   DRESSED   KID
GLOVES
of every description now on
display in the the glove section. It is certainly a complete showing of popular
gloves that is now possible
to select from. The best of
several makes are here In
their particular styles.
Ladies' Fur-lined Gloves in
tans and browns, only    per
pair $1.25 and $1.50
Silk-lined     Gloves,   per  pair,
only $1.75
Cape Tan Kid Gloves, for
street ami heavy use. per
per . . .$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
Ladies'    Black      Automobile
Gloves,   per   pair $3.00
Children's Kid Gloves in the
".Midget" Cape kid and
dressed   kid   finish,   per  pair
 75c   to   $1.0'J
Ask    for     Reynier's    Kid
Gloves  for   Ladies.
We guarantee every pair of
Reynier's Kid Gloves.
"Infanta" 2-elasp tine French
kid in tan, brown and black
per  pair    $1.25
"Houneval" a splendid line
of gloves in tan, brown,
mode, navy, green gray,
black and white, sizes 5 1-2
to 8 Inches. Per pair $1.50
"Suzette" the nicest dressed kid glove in the stock.
Hand sewn, 3-dome fasteners and the most pliable or
kid. Ask for the Suzette.
It pays to buy the best. Per
pair    $1.75
On Sale Today Only
"REYNIER GLOVES"
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CORDED   VELVETEENS,
60c   per   yard.
Heavy corded velveteens
in shades oi navy, cardinal,
fawn, brown, purple, grey
and cream,
HOSIERY FACTS
Our constant endeavor is
to procure reliable hosiery.
We gather here and there
such lines as We know are
worthy. It is a heller Showing than ever that We place
before our customers this
fall as a result of our painstaking efforts.
WOMEN'S HEAVY PLAIN
CASHMERE HOSE.
Several lines that We have
bought especially to till the
wants made known at tin-
hosiery counter by customers, Heavy weight all wool
cashmere, liim and s'roiig;
sizes B, 9 1--', and lu, per
pair.   75c, 85c,  90c  and  $1.00
HEAVY RIBBED
CASHMERE   HOSE,
very heavy and strong, two
and one ribbed, per pair. . ���
 75c,  85c, and  $1.00
SPECIAL  OUT  SIZE
CASHMERE   HOSE,
good  quality,  soft  and  pliable, sizes    'j 1-2 and  lu in :
per pair 65c to 85c
The best line of BOYS'
HOSE   in  the  city.
Stockings for the boys
who need the strong, reliable kind; double knees, reinforced heels and toes, and
a pliable ankle and leg section. Sizes 6 to 10 1-2 In.,
full  length, pair, 30c to 65c
POMPADOUR   HAIR   PADS.
Light and heavy weight
hair rolls In all the necessary shadings shown ln 1.
and 24 Inch lengths. Each
only 25c and 35c
"CORONET-
FRAMES,
25c  EACH
Hygienic
serve  as  an
HAIR
bai
aid
I    ' i
that
cor*
reel dressing ol the hair Into the desired ��� i ::��� i ti
Si\ eral new i "��� es and
shapes now being shown,
All one price, ea  25c
A   NICE   ASSORTMENT
OF   HAIR   ORNAMENTS.
Haii dressln namenu
and necessities of every description,
Barrettes In small, medium ami lari ��� i new
styles,  each    10c to 50c
Side Combs In am
toise and  grej    i fleets, per
pair 15c to $1
Hack Combi ir, various-
new effects, plain or ornamental     styles.      \:       25c
TOILET
COMBS
In
a
Spll
'lulhl
l
qua
lilies
lint
i or co
. eacn
15c
to
nOc
A SPECIAL COMB
at 75c.
One of the strongest,
heaviest and most durable
combs possible to buy. Ask
to see them.    Each   ,...75c
NEW COSTUME  LENGTHS
6  1-2  yards  In  piece, $8.00.
We call your attention to
the new arrivals on display
today.      Very    pretty   two-
toned    effects   in   diagonal
ami    self    strip.,!    ��
suitings,    64   Inch)     wide,
ti 1-2 yards in length, showing   very    latest    shades of
catawa,    reseda,    pruenella,
peacock     blue,   navy,  r I lil
brown,  myrtle,  blink, taupe,
no   two   lengths  alike    Fer
length    $8.03
DAINTY   DELAINE
WAISTINGS FOR
AUTUMN   WEAR
We are ready to show you
of the prettiest waist-
ever     manufactured;
drapy     fabrics   that
up   charmingly   into
blouses of winsomeness an(1
service.       Come   In   floral
nnd     other    effects  In  l-'^
colors  on    light    and dark
grounds.     Some with ?"m
stripes      30    inches    wide-
prices  50c,  65c,  75
some
Ings
soft,
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