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,NSURANCE
HiTEt SHJLES & CO.
""'. !  _,_._TMlN-TER,   B.  C.
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A&SURAi    *<r,
WHITE, SHlLt. *^t CC.
260 Colun ...  St.    P-'.     <0_.
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.:   C, MONDAY   tfORNING I 27, 1 >09,
FIVE CENTS  1
[f DEPOT Will
IE HFf BUILDING
I/j E.R. Plans Extensive
Litions to Plant in This
���City.
up the Ernest
LODOE MEMBERS LAY       CANA.,', MUST HAVE     COMMISSION ON        IWINNIPEG IMS ACTION    PLA_S 10 DISC../
BROTHEB MASON TO REST
�������?( tmlnster,"   said
m��'": general   man-
lM"'.    ,     . ectrlc  Railway
the  city  yes-
: roposed mew
Remains   of   Late   C.   M.   Averill
terred at  I, 0. 0. F Cem.tery-
Many   Floral   Offerings.
In-
\   ��� ' '
:
day.]
lng,
Three Stories   High.
ture will  l 2 feet  square,
J lot. at tte corner
1 ,d Columbia  streets,   and
height.      The
flooi   will   be
I n marble, with
cet above the floor.
The remalng of thi' late C M
Averill manager of tbe New W< i
miu.-ii'i' creamery, w_*,. laid to r si
yesterday ai the I. 0. u. F. cemetery,
Kev. C, W. Brown of Queen's Avi
hum Methodist church reading I ���
committal services.   ���
The fuaeral was conducted bj
member, ot Union lodge No. 9, V, F
_ \. M., and the Impressive service
of t_e Masonic ordei was rea i al the
graveside Preceding the many
mourners in i arrlages and t he hea ���
some fifty mem era of the order
marched, wearing crepe OVer the Jew-
���il, ii aprons and sprig-, of cedar, At
the graveside each member as he
passed  the  grave  threw  In tie ever-
HER OWN NAVY        FORESTRY OPENS
Hon. .Mr. Brodeur is Satisfied With Results of Defense Conference.
AGAINST CORPORATION
MORAL REFORM WORK
���.'
First Sessions in Westminster Today���Will Review
Important .Matters.
The Forestrj < lomml Bion opens II
es3ion     In  I hi     ��� itj   today,   and   tin
oommlsskners will bIi here for three
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^lla.p-, lo   Vati-
"Canada musi  have a mavy of couver where thev   will conclude tie
      I %_,_lal__    a- I
present Blttlngs.
Business  of  Commission.
The commissioners    whoBe dutj   il
be a national one and  that it  will be   '��   ">  lniuire  *''"  1h'' Umber  "^""r
a iove pill partj questions,    Our ships  ce_. oJ the prov nee, l.e best mannei
we shall hav.- to build, and 1 am con
Montreal, Sept, 26 In the course
ti Interview the Mlnlstei of Mar-
.' ������ an I II ���.-������������ ��� . Hon, Louis Bi1'-
deur,    ays, on  his return  from Eng
1 v..I.   __________________________________
her own.    i am noi  In a position to
tate hom tl al navj win be compose I
ol    .-...' . cruisers,   destroyer.,
toi pedo   bo il      or   submar ne ,   but
,\ .vi  i i an aj   Is thai our navy will
Dispute   With   Electric   Railway   Company Will Be Settled in the
Court.s
Winnipeg,   Sept,   26.���On   16    typewritten   pages  the ckj   of   Winnipeg
has fib'.i an appllcai lon with the c iuri
of kng bench for an injuni tlon '"
restrain the Winn peg Eli ctrlc Rallwaj i ompaj from erecting eleel i Ic
light poles wlthoui taking oul the i"'1"
ted   :���}   ii,,-  dty
Rev. C. W. Brown Deals
With Rapid Progress of
Temperance Cause.
Ai    Queen's    Avenue    churcu  last
evening    Rev.    C,   W.    Brown  com
un need  whai   he in Heated  would  be
a, series oi  sermons on moral reform
, .,         t ai... green, Bas ing
ground Ih'or of the *       '   ����
toUEb������t tin- .round floor of wei--- ���-; "^^}\ "lv brot^e.rj"
"w    b    laid   three   parallel A targe number ol Mason, mom, Kng
^^^m ^���������������������������������������ia��� Solomon   and     Lewis  lodges  ol    the
ri,.. and from other lodges attended.
The pall-bearers were T. D. Coidi-
nni, A. Munn, .1. McMartin, VV, Dunlop, ll. B. Thompson and T. ll. Bar
baree. The casket waa covered with
(lower? among these being the fol-
lowiug: Emblem, Union lodge, A. !���'
A_ A. m : wreaths, Westminster
Creamery Assoc. Mr. and Mrs, D.
E. MacKenzie, Employees Westminster Creamery, Mr. and Mrs, Geo.
Nelson; pillow, family; anchor, Mr.
anl Mrs. T. I). Coldlcutt; Bprays
Mr. and Mrs. Callander. Mr. and Mrs
11. B r-len, Mr.  and Mrs.   Whltesld.
t passing diagonally   through
f _ ������'���-"��� connec ion
Vibe I.- i HwacH line.      The
- :   face  Columbia
""jith   th comfortable    and
.   , opening on to tte
,,,,1 floor will  be  occupied
j*, .   the i fflces oi    the com-
n l Itecture of
Mis not yet arranged, the de-
dthe plan-; now   being   In   the
[the are! tects.
Additions to  Car  Shops.
jr.Glover made tin    tatemi nts to
the company
heparin; '   ���     t a Si coi il  build-
large   anJ   as   completely
/building will ��� ited adjoin
Jtbe car sh i     i n Twelfth   street
��� till ri ���  pri Bent plant of
Trepitiriv iias become
[pat ;is to interfere with the work
I.  construction.
'��� pany   lias   had to
iiim.ii-p fron     ������ easi  in addition
!������ . thai  have been
ll in il  it  Is expected
It _��ti�� ;   ���    ���'��� II enable tbem
Itap pace with  the growing   de-
pi. on _eli Another  large
j wlll   ��� ���' ected  for the  stor-
Eci -    ���    :  ill kinds.     A new
kij.t wrehousi  will be built on the
U. __*_������:    in place of    the
.'. lt_4<m���v structure.
T . Etu'ne  Extension.
Usi.i -:.���:���    the   ne   wEburne
w. to           tte I that the  Une
Ma-r' -   ���     over from the C.
J1 mill   "      ::.utters had  been
!��**: ���     i   ' ie  two compan-
:     a party of  officials,   in-
, to? P. K Sperling, general  man-
ler: IR Gl i      and A.   Mitchell
I. . a toi   ���        the   B.C.E.R.,
1������"-'���'                  i'le in  a special
lor purpos.. 0|  Inspection     Pos-
P. a!.. ':..  trl]    said  Mr.  Clover
' Ws. be possible
and   Mrs.    Price,   Circle
bekah Lodge No. 5.
Mac-
<if cou ' vlng same, ami ihe reform
ol abuse, which hav,. crept Into the
lumbering business, are the Firsl
Commlsskuer of Lands Hon. F. J.
Pulton (chairman), A. S, Goodeve M.
P. of Rossland, and A, C. Flumer
felt,  of  Victoria.
They  commenced  taking    evidence
Some   weeks    ago     ln     Victoria,   and
since that  time liave sa-  in most of
the  principal  c ties of  the  province.
Tlr_  sessions  here  Bhould  have come
.earlier   In  the   month,   but   were  ad-
a  large  extent  to the  joiirned  to enable  the  commission   to
national    sentiment,  attend a forestry conference at Seattle.
Probable Witnesses.
Owing to the Importance of this
district for its lumbering industries,
jtbe Sessions here will be of considerable    value.     In    addition    to the
vlnced thai we ��� had I e able to build
tbem   ��Ith  o n   men,  our    materials
and  on   our own  .oil."
Satisfied With Conference,
"I am satisfied with tte Imperial
Conference, The governmenl gave ns
all the technical information we needed to carry out our plans, ln many
quarters a direct contribution would
have been well appreciated, bul Mr.
[Asqulth cens den d thai the develop
menl ot" the population, wealth and
power of the autonomous Colonies
contributed to
creation   of     n^^^^^^^^^
which  materialises    when defence is
called  for.    1  am   noi   authorised   to
.divulg'' now the result of our deliberations, I must report to my colleagues  and  to   Parliament."
Home   Defence.
TheTr.nch_nt clause of the   volum 1���/K- jte,,���ni;���, the magnitude of
Inous        emeni   oi   claim   I.   as    toi   Y  V'"J" "   Y"'    ". '
. the  temperance  side    ol    the work,
���The   defendants      iv���    wrongfullj   ^k,n�� ""' ,.''���"  ": ""' advBnce m'"'"
and  unlawfulh   trespassed    upon  the "l""-  /": "";'.   '"   <"��y-i-""- tent.
said  r is,  street,  and   highway*   ���-    ll('"'  du.r'n8 '"" >':i     ����^'     '" 'l
.   vv   up  and vlng   ntltl     ��� ,li';i" ;' ��� "' ,s.aetwlldeaJ "'"' "",';'"
of_oll therefrom, and map..,., excava   "'   l:"   obstacles  to  the work  ol  the
_., Item] '���! ai ice  reformer   -pull
lions consisting of large poles in and
upon the said roads, streets and highways wherebj the u-. o| the said
streets, roads ml highways, a, ways
by the public ww and le Interrupted
and Impeded."
Advantage Is taken o| the occasion
Ho ���  en-
i countered.
A   Resolute   Foe.
"The   Uquor  traffic*   he   said, "lias
element    ol  vt. ngth which  ii  would
he foolish [or us to ignore, and there
are some points in  wb ch  we  may  re-
the purpose oi operating by electricity the machinery to be used In tte
work. The ai tual commencement of
construction
the negotiations now
the gi .v niiHut.
in progress with
-*id  sei,   Mazle  and    Cameron
Ki'iizie,    w.   j.    Kerr,    .lennie. San
i ..  ���-��.- Francisco,   1)     W.     G,     Moore,  San j ������     ^	
.:;: '  hops, for   Francisco,   Mrs.  Mannertog and  girls,1    "Personally I believe that we ought   representatives  of  the   Industry  w.io
porpos. of repairing cars.   ^ The t Mr.   and   Mrs.   \v.   .).   Mather-.   Capt. to devoti   ourselves to the protection  will testify, it Is probable a number
"'""' Beulah Re- of our territory aud our coast, and of officials who for years have been
that the development we have attain- actively engaged In the admlnistra-
ed does not allow us to refrain from tion of timber licenses wil] be called.
such a duty. Having received from Nothing definite has been decided
England all tte liberties of a free with regard to the representatives of
country, it would not be worthy of us the lumber men who will take tha
to depend solely on l.uglaud ior our [witness stand, but this will be de-
protectlcn. Naturally, we cannot do,elded this morn'ng before the com-
all ai  o'v. but w,. mus'. make a start   mission opens,      Among those named
  iand   begin   firmly. :are A.  I).  Macrae, president  an.l  gen-I  ^^^^^h
"The    Imperial    government    with-'eral   manager    of    the   Fraser   River
Aemilius  Jarvis  and   Party   Pay   Visit  draw    from    Esquimal.  and    Halifax.  Sawmills.  Ltd.;   George  Small, of the,Aurora  p,        Tr|cks with  the  Wires
^���^���t itrusiing us to  maintain  safe custody  Small   &   Bucklin   Lumber   Company;
of them." and L, A. Lewis, of the Brunette Saw-
  mllU, Ltd.
At the Bowling Alleys.' J Labor Standpoint.
Entries for the individual totinin- The Trades & Labor Council have
ment closed on Saturday night, with appointed a committee to draw up a
twenty-seven   names on   the  list  and  memorial, and attend the sessions to
.MlVaillPlgl'   IB   I.HO'Il   "I    uie   ���-,,..-���������..    ���---   ���
to bring up all tte matters in dispute gard the temperance torce3 as not al-
between the city and the compan:.. ways appearing compact and weJI
and to get a contra ruling on each, directed, nevertheless I believe, and
The claims are divided Into five prln Bhall endeavor to strengthen, your
clpal divisions, and the company has belief In thl respect thai there are
a spe_fied time, 16 days it is said, iu reason, to make us determined to do
which to file its reply, our pan. ami pre. ivere to an ultimate
 ._ victory."
At Coquitlam lake, soundings are The preacher traced the progress
b.-ing mad, for the foundation of the of temperance thoughi in the Metho-
I ��� ed new dam, and machinery is diet church, an. remarked that
ueing taken In tor the constructionithough John Wesley laid down defln-
work. A power Hire is also being'ite principles on this subject the
strung from Hie city to the lake forjearly church members did not follow
LEADING EASTERN BKOKEIi
HERE TO INVESTIGATE
to Royal City���Pleased With Financial   Conditions.
out  hig  precepts. ^^^^^
Today the whole of the Protestant
..ui.,,  ,,,���.... w.a -  churches were in line on th.  evils of
Is  awaiting the result of  the   liquor  traffic,  and   lie   hai   gladly
Aeiiillitis JarviB, of Toronto, the
well known eastern financial agent,
was In the city on Saturday morning
accompanied by three English bankers, J. Leigh Wood, W. II. Trotti, an I
Captain .1.   B.   Leonard.
Mi. JarviB, who has purchase,
municipal bonds largely in the west,
is paying his firsl visit to the c asi
in lour years, while his companons
are makng their rust visit tu British
Columbia,
.uu .,,1. u���m, Mr. Jarvis was particularly interior the officials |ested In an article in the Dally News
ELECTRICAL STORM
DISTURBS TELEGRAPHS
Throughout the   Whole   World   ���
Puzzles   Scientists.
Loudon,   Sept.  20.���Ta     vlio'.   tele
_______________________ _       1 attend  the sessions H     ���    --��--.  -
competitions wlll  beg p.i this evening, present the case of the lumberjacks graphic  system of tiie  Uniti i  King f
Tonight three Vancouver bowlers wiii and others engaged in getting out tte dom and all cable services were ser-,
roll   a   match     game     against     three   timber,    and      generally    to    protest   iously   affected  by   a   magnetic  storm  ""���->  ~- . - -  -
!_.,_...  ....  n,le��atl0_   "j tru       |.ullls experienced here soon after noon yes   UUkR' ot 'aw toward the traffic by the
The underground  wires suf-1 Imposition of restrictions      "- �������<��"
noticed tjat many Roman Catholics
of stamling had taken the same point
uf view. Thv earliest temperance,
society funned on the American continent dated from IS08, and among
the constitution rub's they observe!
was a line of _ij cents for intoxication, and 2a ciiats for breaking tlie
pledge of abstinence, The conferences of the Methodist church had to
be educated Up to the abolition of lhe
traffic, an 1 the change only came
gradually.
On th_ Eve of Battle.
Having quoted expressions Of many
distinguished persons concerning tlie
liquor traffic, particularly 'hose of
Mr. Booth, tne millionaire Lum_< rman
of Ottawa, and John Burns, presideni
of the Britisli Local Governmenl
Board, the preacher  turned to the at-
Westminster men.
)nak(1 ��mt v   statement   as
(thi the road would l e opene I.
| LARGE FARM   TRANSFERRED.
lMt��tr   Island  in     Fraser   Changes
Hands.
liAiotte. lai m ter of land is
FWt_ |D ,1:,. praser valley; 811
r'WeMfanv ,. i ,uj having been
r��< Messrs.  i hamley   ���   O'Byre
TROD ON  HIS TOES.
Dispute     3etween   Whit^     Man   ana
Celestial.
Among  the  men   who  will  face  Police   Magistrate   Corbould   th|s   morning will be Frank Creager and Louts
Beck, the latter in spite of his English name being a Celestial, and the
.esiminsiei jcause of their appearance  will  be a
president  Of  charge  of Street  fYhting.
the   B.   C    Pack, rs'   Association,   anl      Until their stories have been sifted
this   gives   him   another   interest     u   by   the  court  it   Is  impossible  to set
the Fraser  river. jdown  to  the  truth,  but  according to
L'rpaeer the CliiniLiiiaii and two com-
against the alienation <
to large spectila.x>rs.
He Bpoke
made   In   tte
LIGHTS FOR   EXHIBITION.
Eight
of Saturday dealing with financial
conditions iii this city, and expressed
the intention of taking greater notice
of the  finances ol   New  Westminster
in  future.   Mr.  Jarvis  i
fered more than the Overhead wires, o�� tlle great progress
the telephone system being little af- United States where a large percen-
fected. The last occasion On Which <-:t��n of the population lived under
the wires were similarly put om of Prohibition or enjoyed local veto.
working order here was six years ago. This br0U8W tte preacher to the
The trouble is attributed by cablettght in Canada, and coming down to
experts to the Aurora Borealis, British   Columbia he    sai.l   they  ap-
  preached a con 11 k. as the govern ment
New York. Sept 26.���Gripped by 'has promised a. plebiscite on a local
the mysterious Aurora last night, option law. in entering Into a bat-
wires   practically   all   over   ihe   world tie ou   this  subject   several   questions
  were paralysed.' From earh   nioinuig arose. "Ooue of the most important.'
d tlie street and wm tiruiiainiv n-;until night communication was er-phe observed, "is the lethargy, the
laminate the'road during exhibition ratic and at Umes cut oft entirely he-1unconcern of many of tlies__exeellu.it
week,     lt   is   Alderman   Gray's  intern l+*"<����"   r_r_ii_   noints.    Telegraph
Large   Arc     Lamps  to   Be   In-
stalled  on   Columbia.
Alderman    Gray,    Chairman   Of   the
light committee    is    having installed
on Columbia  street eight,  large  electric arc lights.
The lights winch are very powerful
are fixed on wires above the centre
of  the  street,  and   will brilliantly  il-
he  was
!_ID'h gentle   in.     The land is
" Ided   particularly
em | the purchas-
'���"1 continue tu tarm there.    The
e ��� am to about  |6O',0U0.
|CNT*.. HEALTH'of7|_ERS
CLEANING  UP  COBALT
Tor��1'-o. Sept"
FIRE AT   WHITE   HOUSE ���	
IN   PRESIDENT'S   ABSENCE
Washington,   Sept.   20
-Fire   broke
26.-
Illet llOilS
C.  A.   Hod-
provincial
______!_"������
lo   , the     ___. _. .
Yf ning up Cobalt.
In,...   ' ,:' ������:��� ive 1   particu-
S,;.   n Al'-"    Hi -tM s i er Btreeti
&a     ' .   0ther properUes
;..       ':  ":'"I-.,I  to vacate till  pro-
���:;,,'���l-""-��'"    pe  provided     A.I
tv block   the big-
liav's   ,    .' '  ^acati   in    threeH
all, .".ii  notices   have   been
the out at the White House late yesterday
afternoon, ami for a short time threat-
ened the entire structure. The blaze
originated ia the furance room ol the
Executive office- which are being reconstructed in the President's absence. it_id was coiiimiin cated to the \
walls ami roof. The firemen quickly
had   the   flames  under  control.
So tar as anyone here recalls, this
was the lirst fire since the Invasion
u( the national capita! by the British
in 1M2. when tte capltol, the white
House and most ol the public buildings were burned.
v'reager  .._,  .
panlons  attackeJ   him  while
walking cm  Begbie street.
The Story of the other side is -hat
Creager, who has an artificial leg.
Stepped on the Chinaman's toe and
this caused tne scrap. Both were
admitted out nn bail.
, , Tele..i'ii,l, on-! respectable moral people Who don t
tween certain po.nts relegraph op * lbemselves as Having any rea,
erators  blamed the Aurura   to,     nl   r B ^ hi U)e pr0.
Hunt  Northern   Lights  usually   loi low t u        I dil...
such an electrical phenomenon. \Ut - r>^��l       h\,r deluded   by   _omt-
;u five hunt's the telegraph wires trom ��� h personal
Boston  to .^YYIIII 1^ SS in the In against the fade,
Because   similar   dlrtuPbanoet^nwBi        ^^ ^ Q0 jUBtlle ,-,���. the cry,
tion to request the council to leave
the lights there during the tearing
up of Columbia street.
The city council at its meeting
this evening will receive the council of the board of trade to discuss a  ....    	
number   of     matters   in   which   joint   been   noticed   during   the     maximum, ��� _  .. ^^^
action   is   sought,   Including   the   dis- sunspot   period,   which   was   reached "It  Is nothing to me
��� sal  of the publicity  funds. about a year ago,  some astronomers' 	
have   conjectured   that   the   so-called
VENEZUELAN   SHOT   DOWN
FOR ATTACKING  MAN'S HONOR
FORMER   MAYOR   SENTENCED
30  YEARS  FOR   KILLING   MAN
Caracas, Sept. 25.-Senor Chanmer,
., member of Hie municipal council,
wis  shot   anl   killed   today   cn   the
;,.,. 0( Caracas by Eluelterto Gar-  today,  after a jury
I   II recently   president of    the guilty   ol  murder.
council.     Garcia  was arrested. '
 r  yesterday  accused Garcia ot  dt
fraudlng the books showing the rei
ords and   lefalca-tlons.
Flora, III.. Sept. 25.���R, M. Addud-
del. former mayor of Flora, was sentenced  to thirty years' Imprisonment
ll el lotlll i lmn
__^^_^_^ Adduddel Killed
City Marshal Seach T. Shipley last
January because of the latter'a a(,t'.-
vity against violations of the liquor
law.
storms originated in the centre of
life of the Solar System, the electromagnetic waive being simply pulsa-
'tions from some disturbance on the
i sun.
DEATH  OF F.  A. WHITAKER.
Manager    of    Dominion     Pipe  Works
Passed   Away   Yesterday.
j    The      death    occurred      yesterday
 . morning at 7:30 o'clock of Frederick
RUSSIAN GOVERNMENTS A.  Whitaker,  manager  of  tte   Uoinin-
COAL   MINES   EXHAUSTED   lon   Pipe   Works.
-The Globe's cor-
The" tate Mr. Whitaker had beep 111
for some years past, and for the past
____i ���i_ few   weeks  the  shadow  of approacJ
Petersburg, reports rew   wwkb  w
'o.Slii?681,6.' wUl no ,on8er beablt
fruit     e lhe
erected
Thn
ed
huriic,,     .      _,     -        _-          _
drafted / of h-vlaws have hew
I l*ardV v-^"1'1'"11  by    the     local
MUNICIPAL    POLITICS
LIVELY   IN   VENEZUELA
Caracas. Sept. 26 -Senor Chanmer,
a member of the Municipal ( OUMU.
was suddenly killed today on tie
streets of  Caracas  by_BUuetterlo#W|
hau-
de-
de-
re-
cords  and   defalcations.
ERENI.H CANADIANS
PASS THRUM WINNIPEG
MILLIONS WITNESS
!       GREAT NAVAL PARADE
London, Sept. 2G.
respondent at St, Petersburg, reports ti.��   no��,nB a..,- 	
that ilie coalm ines at VladivostokiIng death had hung over him, so that
and Qoschen, from which lliisstan Ibe fatal termination of lis illness
naval supplies were drawn, have been was not unexpected. He was lilly-
utterly exhausted. Contracts tor sup ; six years |,f &8e, and luid heen a i'|,'si-
placed abroad, lt ident of this cii> for tiiree years.   He
���   .....,ii... nt l.'n.laud.
'��� health.
pr��entat
'vera] 0f
l0n to Missionary.
the    prominent  Motho-
On   Their  Way   to   Nev.   Westminster
Under the Guidance of  Father
O'Boyle.
Se
i'.1Ui,."rs' witn their wives.
Crosby ���!! , V: '"��� and Ml's. Thomas
day erei' '  re8idc��Ce  ou  Thurs-
headed c-ir (an(1 l,resen<ed a gold-
arJ'. and lhl' reteran mission-
Crost.y on ��, cut"8lass vase to Mre.
niovtu >,, v���      Oco;isl��n of  their  re-
u,���� to nllAY''    rilowins trlb-
Whhd   v ,-, b��tt have  accum-
Calv��l   r,si,,,lli!l   by   Rev-  J��n��
c' W. Brown  nt or conference, Rev.
ur'^a. and others.
0n Saturdav . 'ancouver ratepayers
sue tor |����7_.rovea a debenture 1s-
",ain ��M a _S! -!or laylnK water
Vo^ lreimr >i.ls.rlb_,1.,ing' system, the
  Se *-'''." I amies   "i    3<���.   ��U""P" a      "" Thnrs-
i. A ��n Octow1.  p,url'^es  wil]  be church  In the lecture hall onYauY.
���t,,r "'i' mi , 0f this *r"	
""mum _��**
Winnipeg, Sept. 26.-A party ofll.j
T. J.  SdWvan, of Hartford   c��nn
general  president    of   tbe Bote  and
Restaurant   Employees'   toterna ^ua .    ^.^ --_ - -        - ^^
Alliance,    and    Bartenilers     Interna   ^n,  a^ & 15
tional,  who  ls  making  hiB ��" itTtold   passed through this city y.
,to the coast,    arrived    in  Sea S*WOB��^ way Ul N,:w WcS"
Thursday,  and    will  " ^    V.U    ter    o work in the Fraser River Lun
Vancouver.      ft ll   V^$J*yfnfr    "milte
be invited vo address the .\e�� iner
minster local union.
Vast Crowd Honors Memory of Hend-
rick Hudson and Robert
Fulton,
plying coal will ibe
is said.
,l>   ..a    _ ,     ...,a    .
i was a native of England,
W. T. Williams and famUy^n e
in   the   city on   Saturday   on   the  pr
vale omclal .ar of W. J.  Hicks. ���en
eral   manager   of   the   8ea*wara   '
running    south    through    North ana
New York, Sept. 25��� Reproductions
of llisidrlck Hudson's boat, the Half
Moon, and Robert Fulton's Cleremonl.
made Ilie rounds of New York harbor
today, lhe central figures In the tlud
son-Fulton celebration. The two Uttle
 Elilps, one. so weighty  with acliieve-
i   '.-T^     -_-__r_ 2. children un-1 ment    betore    a    marwlling    world,
,    with the puts wn 29 cnii    m warships assembled to do
der five years o   age. an 1   n P { .    ft ^^   me,-.
i,art>   Vb^ip   nf%>w Westmlnstet. chant   ship,  and pleasure craft  trail-
Father OBoyle^ of,N��'  ^��    mm-1 ing behind In a parade 15 miles long;
The  men  are  a"  experlonced ng Natklial an<j mtemaOon-
���er workers trom.the'?����;��^ me-'* flagB ot peace;  were offlcially re-
Quebec,  and  were  induced _to__ ^iti_i^ivn7 liv t^ n|tv ftnd  the Hudson-
"North and  Quebec,  and   *[����  ln��uc�� ���^w coun-1ceived  l,v  the  city and  the Hudson-
Bonth carolln, rrgia. audlj^ -t ^.g* >jg$ gS ^bi^^^^,^0^M
CilieS Ml*       W'llll;, ?T. n     IS      l��a_a j       a_
Meteroic Shower at Honolulu.
Honolulu, Sept. 26.���A piienuiiienal
ruin of meteors filling the skies over
this city last night, caused much excitement and alarm among people
who witnessed the strange sight. Tlie
fall began at 10: aa p.m, Although
most of the heavenly visitants fell
Into the sea, lt Is believed that some
of them struck land on this island,
and an Investigation will be male today Observers counted over 40 meteors that fell Into the sea.
A meeting of the city council ant
the council of the board jf trade has
been arranged for this evening at 7
o'clock tiv the city hall for the purpose
of conBlderLig a number of matters
requiring the combined action of the
two bodit'S. The chelf of these is
understood to be the question of
if_u*.-es, the boar, of trade desiring
Ito obtain money for advertising purposes at the earliest date possible.
Another Labor Conference.
Ottawa, Sept, 26.���The Canadian
Federation of Labor national convention assembles this week. It is expected that the convention will antagonise International unionism, and
insist that the members of military
bands must withdraw from same. Sir
Wilfrid Laurier will receive the delegates on October 2.
Mr.   Williams  ll
000 iJH_?gw��fl [y-law to rai
"envr"-<s Ptirpr
���    for wate
voted
o-fflcta, of'The co��, maki,i7 a tour ' wi.   operat^l^* <XSe^^
of tlie west, and will return over tne  day  ana ni_iu *__ ^^ ^ renulred. |dav   with   tae   glare  of  hundreds
Northern   Pacific  Railway.
Tae C P R- steamship Joan ��r
| rived'in V*>" yesterday with a, IhHflj
'cargo of live stock from the Vdorm
r Lumtier j_>"" r_i_"ia wu,u,,.iot, ...v.. ���.- - -       -
indefinite   i'me iting  notables,  and   tonight  repeaiea
i *.   a���* n ronsideriible ai-lthe course over a nver as white as
aay auuu night ana a w,, _ulred.) dav   with   the  glare  of  hundreds  of cargo ol uy- ��<~* _,_._-. __,    ���, the
^XASSV^S are^chliglns Lhlre and afloat before     w, tor^to^^'iS S
���V sale of^ork-w,,, be held hy the  ffi  to'be Undesirable citizens   ��^^T& dty heid one Of the ^g ^- fected   rom
For the  Canadian seems to ba to ''Je'"     ot  ,,roliably flve millions witnessed the U) viotovla last    wee_   by me
ay aiiernoon ana eyew _���   .      h.���,,   _.;HM', under the close supervision       iioucu,.   u,v ,
-.evening  a  special  program  has bevt  ajle*   ��� igreat naval parade. I boat.
I prepared. ow
Saturday's Baseball.
Vancouver	
Spokane      	
Portland	
Tacoma	
Aberdeen     ���
Seattle     u
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Standing of Clubs.
Wen Lost.
Seattle 104   54
Spokane    ����   |"
Aberdeen >��    '���'
Portland 75   ��*
Vancouver    SS   93
Tacoma 60 106
Pet.
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.422
.357
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ARCHITECTS.
v.'   D   OOODPELLOW, ARCHITECT,
���    : 1   /j'.r_;_ior_  TriBt  block.
EDWIN G   W. BAIT,  ARCHITE
Gulcbon Block    Telephone 238
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BETTLER8 ASSOCIATION OP B ..
���P. B. Brown manager, P. O. Boi
556,   phone  Z'A.
PACIFIC REALTY '.'O. (McADAM _
[rwln     phone  IW   P. O.  Box 874
i  '.a-.-; and ir.E^.-_nc-      Money
���.  ���-������-.   '.    Colgml i_ etreg	
REAL   ESTATE.
MARSHALL       SINCLAIR.      IN61 :���:-
ance   r*:al es'ate etc., h locatedfor
the present at th>; offlce of the Bet-
tlere' Association, Begbie street, '-v
��� lite  Windsor Hotel
L   CITY      " . ���     --
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ELECTRICAL WORKS.
TKE    PEARSON     ELECTRIC
;   .-:.-:    In    electrical    machinery,
fixtures aad supplies   .-.- im wlr ' -
ar-ivre   w:r::.^      motor   "���     ���'���'--
Bank of Commerce  b ng
::<_.* 331. P 0- Box 9_S
PISH   AND   GAVE
BENSON'   &  AYL.'N'G.   PISH.  FRUIT,
Game  Vegetables, etc.     B-g~._ sC,
MACH '.E   WORKS.
I   Ft at   - v    '     x-T   ���
minstei      Manai
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-*��� -^ -^ -" -- -^ -^ -^ ---- ~r~ -- _- ^- ^- -r- ^r- ^-���-^- ��^-^- w-^S^-.-.*-^
M   S   V    TO    LOAN���:    AM    PRE-
: to any
mt on    cil      propertj     r for
, .       ��� Dr. A   D.
I    n    ���; I'estmin   --.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
'���: INCMENTAL WORKS, JA_.
McKa     -    - . -    od im] >rt< -
Of ::.   .:.::.r:.\c. t  v     tones      . v    .
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PRINTERS.
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TAILORS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY  CALVIN
opp. Windsor Hotel
FURNITURE
.'.    E.   FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer  Uphc sterei ar. I Undertaki t
mer '������������  - '--'y. McKenzie streete,
P    ���--:"���   : -������ i call isl.
NURSERY.
THE ERASER VALLEY NURSERIES
Ltd., B':rna":y Lake���Eor healthy,
���������-rr.-.gr wn U ::���. t.-e^-s pbor.e 44..
PAPER   HANGING   S.   DECORATING.
! HUDSON, WALL PAPER. ROOM
Moulding., Burlap*, and Sanltaa;
house  painting,  kalsoi inlng, paper
hangine    ar.d     :���     rating      Sixtn
street.  New  Westminster,
kind    ; fob | rii ting      Midget I
- if - Ig rs; Cowle n n P ���;���' ���
Phone 55 P. O. Box 14. 011
D_::-   News Block, Bixth Wreet
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT <_ CAFE
Tickets, tl meals for J4. Home
cookir,?. au white cooks; no Orients] labor employed. Open -Jay and
night - -.. tram offlce.
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ROYAL CAFE -Mrs Archer pn -.-���
trees)      Pour courses, consisting of i
- :     t-:.     oiled   entree  or  roast,
pudding or ;ie, tea, coffee or mi..-;.
lng jut
*ng -J
es 625 Colo
ar.d 2.4       rkson
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSI wi!,,   .-.
Co.. id store _:__
i    ���   ��� r,    Bl   ���'���-_ -
anj di '       ��� ork. Liesi^r.; a:.i.
mat- -      -      ed. J   _.-_���-.���.
prietor. .".������   . >1
P 0. twx 154, P-l
473.
Just Eighteen More
Days
and /it will be amidst the exhibition crowd, and if /ou wait to be
a "//inner" /ou had better plsce your order no// for a s//eU suit or
overcoat.       We   are   showing  sorr.e  "natty  stuff" at  from   $2i.O0  up.
Ready-to-wear clothing at   jxceptionally   low     prices     and   a.l   of
them   real "swell stuff
THE HUB
H, ROBERTSOy, Manager.
MO Columbia Street, next to Royal   Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Something Uniqus is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
CaKe
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADB 05LT BY
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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MILLIONAIRE SL'FFHAOtTTE |S. S.TRANSTB
TO HEAD CAMPAIGN
Mrs. 0. H. P. BePmont Will  Head Women's  Forces l.n  New York  Mayoralty  Fight.
RAPID DECLINE IN USE
OF DRUGS IN HOSPITAL
De'-rea.e  Strikingly  Illustrated in   Report By Superintendent of Buffalo
Institution.
Washington, Sept, 26.���Striking Illustrations of tbe rapid decline In the
use <,'. drags in "|,: rarious hospitals
.f tbi <:<<uii'ry weni features 'it ';'���������
terday*i session of the eleventh au
j.mu confercooe oi the American llos-
pltl .   Association  tier,-.
'i i.<:y were shown In ih'p report presented by in. u. It. Ross, superintend-
i*ip   ol   the  Buffalo General  Hospital,
"It ii, difficult to predici wiiat the
future of medicine In hospitals ia ����-
in . to be," j-.iiid Lr. Ross. "Undoubted!) drills will con tine to h��e used,
bat older agencies still unknown to
iiH will hav: a place. There perhaps
wlll be doctors to preach and pray,
doctors to prescribe the correct methods for the use of ihe mind, specialists on fresh air and exercise, and
doctors to prescribe drugs anj to op-
erate, These statements may Heem
to he In lighter vein, yet. hospitals are
bglnning to adapt themselves to the
changed conditions."
FAMOUS JUDGE
MA. DEFEND HENE.
Rudo:ph   Spr.ckles   Askg   His   Aid   In
Big Graft Case  Pending ln San
Francisco.
Denver, Colo., Sept. 2G.���Judge Benjamin R. Lindsey, known throughout
tbe country an the founder of i*cn-
vntg Juvenile court, bas been asked to
participate in t.h<: political campaign
p>i Ban Francisco as a supporter of Mr.
Francis J. Heney, tho "graft" prosecutor, and candidate for District Attorney, yesterday Judge Lindsey received a telegram from Mr. Rudolph
|8preckels, the backer of the "graft"
prosecution or Ban Francisco, asking
him to speak In that city on behalf of
Mr. Heney cn the night of October
29.   Mr. Spreckel's telegram read;
"To main tain the principles of honesty and defeat tlie Influence of cor-
jrupt wealth, Hesiey's success at the
election of Novmber 7 Is Imperative.
Can you gife time for thin cause to
address a meeting on Octoher 2. under the auspices of llnwy League?"
���Judge Lindsey has not yet decided
whether ha will accept.
BELGIAN MONARCH
SELLS OFF FURNITURE
Everything Valuable in  His Majesty's
Possession   Will   Soon   Be   Disposed   Of.
New York, St ; I 26 - Mrs. 0. H. P.
Belmont i. to lead the suftrag tte
forces in the coming mayoralty campaign. From the headquarters of the
national _ssodatlon wber<s Mrs. Bel-
���  ���_____M___B1     H^       '     has her offices, she will carry cn
  _ 'up   ii-t.ivi. cam;,aign thi-. fall, assisted
hy  all  of ��he  local  suffrage organiz-
Ingres anl Millet.    There bas been a , ations
popular outcry against tn,.- disposal; ..Jus'. wh.u [>;ir[ we wil, takf, jn [uv
of the collection slmlliar to that rais-'coming election." Said Mrs H.miiisi:
ed at tlie recent sale of old masters "depends upon th. levelopment. be-
by the king, and this has produced a tween now and the nominations Our
semi-official statement that th. pic- piu ;iave not vet heen completed and
hires will be given to the museum, therefore we do't wNh to make any
This, however, is not believed. A .announcements vt what w��� are golug
newspaper relates that the king re- to do. \\> would rather announce
cently ilnkered with an American what we hav. lone The public is
dealer for the sale of a suite of old not as much Interested in what we are
furniture which was given to his gon? to do ag what we reaI]v accoin.
father by Louis Philippe. |pu9h,    \ve are giving all our" time to
Brackmar.-Ker :��� ,jeH
afternoon at . Ladner _
ham Island and :':
to    New    Wes ���             -  '"I
day.   Satnrd -  same i
ing.
Additional    tri _ :. ������:���   "- :
leaving New Westminster at 5>_���
Tri,"-  wil lo S        J
1  :-::��� Bs
This  schedule subject   to ch:
without notice.
For freight a-:      - nger taw}
plv to IT JARDINE
Ma__er|
Brussels, Sept. 2C.���A public exji-
hltlon will begin tomorrow at the
Brussels Museum of ai^out 250 modern
pictures from Kin? ueopoH's collection, which, it i:s stated, will Shortly|
he sold in accordance with his Ma-
jeHty's determination to dispose of
practically everything valuable in liis
possession. The pictures include
many family portraits and also fine
paintings by Turner, Claud.-  Verne.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY NEWS
Rockefeller's   University   Gifts.
Chicago, Sept, 26.���J-hm D. Rockefeller has contributed $21,0110,000 io
the University of Chicago since its
foundation according to a statement
made in the annual register of the
University Issued yesterday by ttie
University of Chicago press. Mr.
Rockefeller's original subscription of
.lioii.ii'io came in May, 1889, and he
hax been constantly Increasing that
sum an I adding lo tlie endowment
fund.
Cattle Qu.stlon.
London, Sept. 26.���Argentine has intimated   that  the  herds  of  cattle   In
that country  are  free  from  foot and
mouth  disease,  and    communications
jare now proceeding with the Argentine government. In regard to the ad-
! mission  of  Argntlne  cattle  into  this
j country. At a meeting today of the
Centra] Associated Chambers or Agriculture, It was stated that members
of the cattle disease Committee noted
with extreme satisfaction the einpha-
'tic refusal made by Premier Asqulth
to n deputation that   waited n|>r��,i him
, a few days ago asking for the removal
lof the Canadian embargo.
|BIKr.rl, ffltf
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REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this dat.. tlie
business of this Compan. will
���be transacted in the offices
lately occupied by McBrlde &
Kennedy, 2S Lome Street, In
the company's head office build-
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F. .1. HART. Mana ��� r
New  Westminster   Bepi
1909.
-tu,
Now is the time to get your Sew
laying our plans for ttie things which
we hope to accomplish.
Yes,  I   will   he  at   my  offlce  every
morning and afternocn  io    keep  appointments with  various officials and
visiting   officers   of     the     suffragette
league   and   politicians.     In   tn;.s   way
we expect to get into touch with chose
who  are  to  run   for offlce  this    fall.
Those who are in favor of women Bul
frage,  of course,  will  secure our Support.    The other candidates will alsojseoond-hand goods of
receive   some   attention.     There    are  have nearly
many questions of Interest Involve! I_ i     inn     nn7ri[     Ifl I V
the coming campaign an.i there is no      |UU    _IU_.Lnl   JLLLI
doubt but that we will be able to pul Which we are offering for tOe.*
these questions to the front.
"In  the  past we have ben  Ignored
by the politicians."
'��Sjtj Canadian Pacifi
WjjJ    Railway Co. I
Three Trains Dailj
WITH        FIRST-CLASS      PULLH
TOURIST   AND   DINING CAR
Imperial  Limited leaves at    9:��5'
Atlantic   Express  leavss >�� ',.^4
St. Paul Express at   2;">H
For reservations and ether ""w*
tlon ,., cr
C B. FOSTER. E. ���� l'EL
G. P. A., Vancouver.    O.pk. ��
743
FRONT STREET
Is the  place to buy or sei
Ida*
doi-I
HE   PREFERRED  DEATH
TO   WIFE'S   DEMANDS
Covington,   Ky.,     Sept.     2I>.���Clem
Obermeyer, formerly of Torrtito, and
Ing .Machine for your fall  sewing.    I the builder of many bridges and pub-
have a complete stock of Singer,
Wheeler & Wilson. Our prices are
the lowest, for cash or monthly Installments, den't purchass until' you
get our prices and terms
We havo pianos, organs, and talking machines and records Victor
Burllner and Edison, all ' on easy
terms.
For the next ten days w_ will sell
a talking machine for $1 down and $1
a  week.      Popular sheet music.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
lie works in that section of Canada,
drowned himself in the Ohio river
here toda.n . Hi3 wife says that lt
must have been caused hy a quarrel
they had at the breakfast table when
she wanted more money than he
thought she ought to have. "We had
a spat, this morning," she says, "but
I never 'Jiought he would kill himself because of it. It was about money
matters, an. I suppose I (I'd wrong
-o ask him ror so much money. But
I was waiting for him to return. He
always did when wP had any difference.. He would come hack, and we
would Tlx it all up right again." Ober
meyer walked to the lb. dge across ths
Ohio river Inre. took off his coat, did
not heed the cries of several bystanders and jumped to his death from the
railing H . body came to the surface
only once after It struck the water.
Thev are new. ca..|
We also have a splendid ���'
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds aii|
Animals
for sale at a bargain. lli _e|
We can't begin  to ted ���'     fiA\
have, but no matter what 7���
come here first. .
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STJW
Columbia St.     "Man on tbe ���
Westminster
Transfer Co*
���piione
Wince 'Pbone US-     B3rD
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   prfflJjW   ��
any part of the city-
UghtandHeanHau^
OFFICE���TRAM D��r ,D*V
5EPT_ ��BER 27. 1909
TIIE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE
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For the Following Reasons:
1st   We have an Alaskan market for our oil at
fabulous prices.
2nd We are erecting our own refinery.
3rd We have a lease on a producing oil well.
4th We own 800 acres of choice oil lands.
5th Our officers receive no salary.
6th Our officers receive no commission on stock
sold.
7th The many natural geographical advantages
we have over any other oil company in the
world.
8th 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.
$100 invested four years ago in San Francisco-
HcKittrick, operating 60 acres in California, is today worth $8100.
$100 invested in the Pinal Oil Co. five years ago is
bringing an income of $60 per month and is now
worth $12,000.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
B.   C.    Representatives     International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.   Phone Main 586C.   614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
Irtists1 Materials
Architects' Supplies
Office Supplies
AT
OREY'S
COLDS
CURED   IN   ONE   DAY
T
FINNISH FUGITIVE
IS HELD BV POLICE
BIG BOOK   STORE.
616  Colu'nbia   Street.
* Koyal Bsnk of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
t._,al Praidup     $ 4.700.000
,:It Fund      5.400,000
taUsset*..     55.000,000
,In and out
SAVINGS
"I   town  accounts   soli-
'IN�� BANK DEPARTMENT
tefcanr. D0mestlc Exchange and
elegratih,    ietlu"s boilsht n,u' Bold-
6 aphl(: trawlers effected.
NeW ^min.t-r, B. C. Branch,
F   SHUTE, Manager.
Vou will appreciate this fact
if you have tried tt. Those
who have used it admit the
fact, and they are the ones
competent to Judge. Royal
Standard makes more bread.
That is because it goes farther
���becaus it Is a pure product of
genuine quality throughout.
You will require but Uttle Inducement to use Royal Standard Flour if vou have onee
tried it. It is its own besl tes
tlmonlal.
Then, too, with every sack
you buy, you secure a chance
of winning a beautiful 10&-
piece c'jina dinner set.
Ask your grocer for Royal
Standard Flour.
SJohan   Varsara,   Who    Stole    $180,000
From Czar's Government,  Caught
at   Prince   Rupert.
��
Munyon's Cold Ui'mcily R .i.-ves the
tu'U_, throat and 'uugs almost Immediately. Clu'.ks Fevers, si,.i.s Ui.iliurges of
the nose, takos away Pill aches and pains
caused hy colds. It cures Crip and ob-
Btloate Coughs and prevents l'n.-uuioula.
Price 25c.
Have you stiff or swollen joints, no matter how chronic? Ask your druggist for
Munyon's Rheumatism Remedy and see
how quickly yen will be cured.
It you have any kidney or Madder trou-
Ide cet  Munvon's Kidney  Remedy.
Munyon's Yltali.or makes weak uieu
strong' and  restores  lost  powers.
r0T'CE RE UII.U ISLAND BRIDGE.
Th
traffic   and ,_    safe    f��r    veWcular
cautio'nv.H .JS! Pul"lc generally are
a,y kl*<l ov** I.      'laUlinB   l0ads   0f
themselves.   Ust 'lk<> a" the r'��ks on
fiy or_et      n> , ,.
W. A. DUNCAN,
���Clty Hall   yo    ,       C|ty Olerk.
2M 1909  ' New West.im._er, July
MANUFACTURED  BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CD., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B-    c
TURKS IMPROVING
UNDER NEW REGIME
Winnipeg     Presbyterian   Minister   Investigates the Conditions in
Turkey.
;    Vancouver,   Sept.   20.���Julian     Vasara, a Finn, was captured by the Fro-
I vineiul   police  at   Prince  Rupert   last
'Sunday ou  a charge  of robbing  tlie
��� Russian post office at Fredericksham
lof a sum equal to $180,000,    He was
'brought  down  to Vancouver by Constable   Calkin   on   the  Princess   Bea-
Irice,  which  arrived  here  on   Friday
afternoon,   and   has   been   lodged   iu
p tlit?  Provincial   gaol  awaiting further
arrangements  for   his  extradition  to
! Russia.    When   arrested   he   was   lis-
j iuised a.s a  railway laborer, yrearing
coarse clothes and carrying a roll of
; InketS.     He   had   very   little   money
it, him at  the time, and the  police
a.e suspicious that he lias cached liis
'pile away somewhere.
When arrested he denied his identity, but on further questioning admitted that "ae was Vasara. though
lie was evidently unaware thai the
police knew anything of the crime
with which lie stands charged, it Is
alleged that Vasara and the post ollice janitor at Fredericksham made
between them a duplicate kej with
WJlch one uiglit they opened lhe old
fashioned safe iti tlie post ollice anl
;got away w'��h  the roubles.
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Queers Park
New Westminster, B. C.
October 12,13, 14,15 and 16
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
����������������������������������������������������������������������������*�������������������������������������������������������������
I Llfebuov Soap Is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet In B��
weather. For washing underflow-
ing lt ia unequalled. Cleai.es ami
purines.
Winnipeg. Sept. 26,���Rey. Dr. DOT-
vai. pastor of Knox Presbyterian
church has just returned from a four.
months' journey to Europe, during
which time he penetrated to the heart j
of the Turkish empire to Atlas, Asia
Minor, to see his daughter, Mrs. Herbert M. Irwlii, wife of Rev. H. M. Irwin, missionary at that point
The change In the dynasty in Turkey Dr. Duval states, has been of the
greatest advantage to the mlssion-
! aries. They have received far more
liberal treatment ln every way. The
new regime Bias the backing of all
intelligent  and   progressive  Turks
���The only dinger to the new rule
be said, "is tho Inertia of the great
mass of the people, an accumulation
of'centuries, and the totr' lack of any
conception of what conet.-utlonal free
dom means. The Young Tur. par V
tviiN to have a hold on all ntelll-
! gent and educated people ln the era-
ipire, and It is hoped that the now
constitution will prevail."
Speaking of the work of the mis
.i,u   tie, in Asia Minor, he said   ha
e!   were  making a most excellent
upresslcn.    They _ad  for one thing
established a new code of honesty.
EDMONTON   RATEPAYERS
TURN DOWN  BYLAWS
Edmonton, Alta., Sept. 26.���By a
vote of nearly two to one the ratepayers today turned down the six
money bvlaws providing for a further expenditure of $150,000 on pav-
iug In the city this year. The pres-
etat council baa expended $125,000 and
proposed to saddle a larger amount on
the incoming council. These are tlie
first money bylaws in the history of
the citv to be defeated.
By this action the contract with
the Bltullthlc Co. for further work is
effectively quashed. The dty will
likely undertake this work as municipal Improvement next year.
Highwaymen   at  Tacoma.
Tacoma. Sept. 26.���D. E. Sheldon,
an aged merchant, while in nis store
at 2121 Jefferson Avenue, was shot
In the head and his wife was beaten
wl tli a revolver at 9 o'clock last night
by two masked hikhwaymen Sheldon
was knocked down by the shots and
his wife was .eatern until she became insensible. Both were taken to
St. Joseph's Hospital and while their
condition Is serious, they will probably recover. The highwaymen secured 'nothing of value and made their
escape.
ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP   FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.    NEW   WESTMINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2  p.m. Tuesday, October 12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  13th���Devoted  to   Scottish   Sports,  under the  management  of the  Sons of Scotland.
THURSDAY,   OCTOBER  14th���Vancouver  Day,  Championship   lacrosse���Vancouver vs.    New Westminster.
FRIDAY,  OCTOBER    15th���Children's    Day.      Children's  sports,
air ship flight, intermediate lacrosse and football  matches.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  16th���Championship      lacrosse
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
8TOCK PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
match,
Band Concerts in the building* at the ground*
each evening.
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T. w.   TRAPP,
President.
W.  H.  KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
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so   i  ������!   scandal as  to timber. tie province to work on
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est 1  r ta
G-apes.
ie use. B  -- ��� -
50c
Ba-.-as.
Per   ;  -���::
	
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Tatle Peaches.
Per pound	
10c
s ..   Tab.e   A
-   .- .nds  foi
pp es.
25c
A fu
VEGE
11 line of
TABLES
All kinds of
CANNED   FISH
PROMPT   DELIVERY.
S. _. RICHMOND, Manager
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Bank of Montreal
GET   THE   HA3.T"
Tea Pots
15c. 20c and 25c
::.-. 30c and 35
The  Fai
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lumbia Street
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MAJESTrS.
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lnla._   Linoleum, wcrth $1.50. clearing
Oil  C::t*-s  in  floral des gns and block
reduced   to,   per   yard    ..	
Wirt_:.s   Pcles. 1   1-2 in. diam.. go de-
r "-gs.   complete   each   ..
Pillow*.  ;-  art tick cov-'ring, e-eh	
Erass Curtain  Rods for sashes, each  only
CLOTH
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NEW WESTMINSTER,
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rformanceThis Evening ] B. C. Mills, Timber ani
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Music by His Majesty's Theatre Orchestra.
EDISON THEATRE
Animated Pictures and
Illustrated Songs.
Manuractureri  and  Utaiers in AU Kina' ol
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   ..ash, Door.
Interior Finish.     1 urned Work,   Etc.
Fish and  Fruit Boxe*.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
I
The   Latest   Hits  of the S
eason.
F4r_MERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining!
ADMISSION   10c
CHILDREN   5c.
F. L. KERR, Mer.
Royai City Branch, Columbia Sl,
Telephone  12.
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New Westminita
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CORNER
EIGHTH   AND
STREETS.
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posed of timber for ies? mom     I ian .  . tie liberal _      rnment
it  wa.  ������������    -                    eh    I tie ree- ttaw iV   G   & wsei  .���   - G I
ords   ���         ed  that  that           Sen of solicitor: rporated the
.      y  ,-._..                     ���   . company ng in the Japs rel
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good  oil   Tor> .- :...  (_r^.v  .,,,  :;_..
-v    of tii      -   ������- ��� .  ti   v -1 t in the :-.:-._. ire
Mr   P r-r    Inl      bed thai is to n   ..    the immigration o-
CAPITAL   .
RESERVE
'���.;;-;.;;c.::
Hon. W. I :   li   -   Minister of  Marine
who could    neither    re  1 ,.      wrii
fuL      His   r-ersona!    fner..;    and
-��� ���'   ��� taken       ���, from ,    itica)    supporters    were ass
one   -.-������c   and     ised  It for  anothei Japanese      -panies amd     tivel)
 old the Hans engaged In    ringing in Japs.
thei   Mr.   F     --       . '������-      ���    ���'���     ������    rporatton       .-   ���
:. ��� :.;���    a__i_r.rr.e_".-    e- .    :-.   ���-   one ���
the thins when in office   nd his  ...   witb ^ com;,anie. engagi |   ,
-.- _i..-.   was      ����������-.:   It  all   comes   -....  trafl3c can  be seen  at  :_e of5..e
���    '. ���  ������ same v. ���:���' of the   registrar  of Joint  stock   com-
'���'���'-���������   -'���   Beid   Mr   Taylor   chiel \Y"~Y^Yy':'''7A ___. ;':'  5:an.R ��
Steam and Gas Fitting, Sheet  Metal
Works and General
Repairs.
���
���
���
JUST ARRIVED: Baking Ammonia, Cream of Tartar and BirdSeeJ
AT
! RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
���:.-   iaw  firm    of    Bowser  and  Wall
ridge   wi      -    found    on  the docn-
theli Ei.e ���:���'.  :'_e H* .--  '._���   ". -=  -���������  r_en-..     The e.:.__ of the '- ��� ���"������  ������-'-���
'   :���<:������.���'���     whll
and
thei.   _
Branches thr .;:/-.: Canada and
.'.--' .l:.__. md in London, Kli-
..-.:.. S-rr. York. C..ic_go a:.: .-��� _-.:.
U. 5 A., and ilexlco City. A gt
banking bnsiness transacted. Letters of Credit issued, availabl- with
correspondents in al! parts of Um
world.
Savings Bank Department���_.p-_lts
received in sums of Jl and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
.nnum  (present rate).
a"->t-.'   A.set.  ov_.   1168,000,000.00.
msVl   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager
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Eves Tested Free.    Phone
JOBBING   PROMPTLY  ATTENDED
TO.     PHONE  5S6.
HEBSITHEW fr RA1.SAY
Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon1
Easterbrook  Milling'  Company.
Eturne.   R. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
legai v. that {: ���. -- d i ; -' rr.-.:.
tor -���".:._ the ._ U was "
'... extras -.. ��� - the r- -.- s_ wed
thnt sri ei Mr Foster - Minister
ot '.fvr.-- nd Fisheries I outfitted
_ ;���*���.���   tot ;:���-.���-.   the same c . ��� ;
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New Westminster
A WORKBK.
Sept. 26, 1 ���   ���-
Prince George  Will  Travel.
;    grade   Sepl   .������?:::. - Oeorge,
���nies-.hat he Old News Block, Sixth Street
is   ieeking  to  he  r'ir.s'.at;  aa  crown
prirH'-   and  Bays that he intends   to
a  f^-se   fart   s'-xm   on   an   extensive   tour   of
^nd A=ia Theo. p. Young, Prop.
WATCHfS
I sell watches that keen to the second  the  time,
Having  movements  aajusted  to su;t
Si ver���filled   cases���fine   so:id gold,
Watches the best that are made to be soldi
U  the   -.--���.-   _.-id  the :'   same  whose prank��� r-~--: him tbe sncceaalcn
-,-  . -. _.  when ,.     .--  were  cheap- '���   the throne of Servia prints a stati
er   * -.  I     I per n   n per day.
-   - - -    '.ewari     \
'.. ���        ��� ���   . .-...���   referre-i  to  a?
in   whieh   tr.e   (jovesaunesn   gave   wa?
.-.: .   '  i  tl an acre which was worth
J-   ar.   acre    i-   wa;     fo'Jni   that   this
very  land   ha. .. by  a  Tory
Gove.iament to E. B Osle. i (Tory
MP. for Torontoi. Company, as a
honus. and he had refused to accept
it from a Liberal Government upon
the ground that it was "not land
fairly   __   for   settlement."
When R. P. Rohiin. prospective
Minister of the Interior in Mr. Borden's cabinet, charged that the Liberal Government had favored the
speculator at the expense of the settler, it -was found that the official
records proved that Roblin had sold
thousands of acres in Manitoba to the
speculators and utterly ignored thl
rights of the settler.
When this    same  man    Roblin  im-
ploi-d his hearers in Ontario to 'urn
out the Liberals and Install ir. power
himself    and    Tory    friends  because
they deahh honestly   with the public
domain,   it   was   proved   thai    he   bad
sold 6841  acres of the public tend  to
a   furnace  man   in   thi>  employ  Of  his
own    government,    f'>r   $1633   cash,
whlcj   land   found  its   way   Into   the
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
New Westminster.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re part 12 acres of Lot IT. Group 2
New Westminster District
Whereas proof of the los5 of cvru-
ficate of title number 23.6F. issued
in the name of John Bernard Johnson, has been filed in this offlce.
Notice Is hereby g:ven that I snail,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
of in a daily newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, isaue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection b,-
made t0 me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar or Tlties.
Land Registry Offlc, New Westminster, B. C. August 30   1909.
any ciime;
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES
DIEBOLD SAFE MD LOCK CO.
CANTON.  OHIO.
Prices g-iven 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
IMPERIAL	
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL.
TERMINAL	
HINDOO  FLOUR   ..   .
$7.25 per Bbi-
.$5.75 per Bbl.
.$5.25 per Bb'-
.$4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
Fl.Ot'R AND FKE.   MKK
.'HAN'T
FRONT   STREET.
New   Wettminater.
Te'errcie
iii
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Sporting Goods
THE   SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING     DUCKS     AN     DEE1'     E"'
OPENS   ON   SEPTEMBER   1
TRY   US   FOR   REQUIREMENTS   IN   THE  GUN,  AMVL'NlT'
OR  SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS W AR CARRYING A FULL
COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW    PRICES.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
-V.
A Real Estate Snap and Comfortable
Home to Be Sacrificed.
Eight-room   house.
nine full sized lots, frame stable and hen house;
land all under cultivation, directly back of the Brunette Sawmills office a
block   north   of   Columbia  street.
For What?   Just Think!
$3200;   Half cash, balance $33 per month on terms to be  arranged.    Excij-
,r'^     *A, S     hereb-v     8|ve_   that   the
Voters    List   f0r   the   year   1909   has
been   completed,   and   that   the   same
may be seen at this offlc.. for thirty
days from the date hereof-  and  any
I person  who shall  claim  to" be added
| to the said Voters' List, or anv elector who shall desire to have any name
I erased therefrom;   must prefer his or
her  request  in  writing,   signed   with
his or her name, and shall deliver or
cause  to    be  delivered    to  the  City
Clerk within    the    time hereinbefore
spclfied.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Clerk's   Office.   New  Westminster, B. C, September 3, 1909
GILLEY
WE   ARE   READY
you how It Is cheaper :o W
high-class   building    tn***
than it U to purchase the ?
er    kind.      We    can Y=
buildings  buUt  with  oar
rials   that  never  need  *
We   can   point   to  Wfflt  ���>
that need repairs ail il
But  tbey  were not
materials.       See
cheapness lies?
Ltd.
jau
poor
built ot
where
_��
rei-
clusively for sale by
McQUARRIE   A.   CO.,   Front   Street.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Papor.
ADVFRTI5E IN THE NEW5 SEPTEM
BER 27. 1909.
THK   DAILY
V  T-
^vs.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
WE CAN SHOW YOU
the best line of Leather _ Goods ever
stocked in this city.
: f:i*ir nr ccAcnv rumrirr mn run Large assortment just arrived.    Best value, lowest prices.
. \\K\AL Uf 0L.A3U.. lifirtLLL.xUt .UK LLP A great variety of Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.    Everything in Home Furnishings
at astonishing prices.
ROVERS LOSE IN FIRST      MAY VET I ���_. :
MILLINERY
���he greatly  increased  space tha   new store allows us for millin-
cnables  us to m."ke a showing this season uncompared
Drop  Points  t0   Hibeiv.ans  on   Single   If Shamrocks Win Out Against Mont-
���Played   Man   Short,   and reals They May Be Heard From
Marton  Crippled. Despite Lateness of Season.
ery purposes
by a"y
both fr��m
rstore |��� this city      The   assemblage   of     stunning   creations
abroad  and   from  our   own   workrooms   are   such   as   wil
�� ,"���,, store as emphatically  the   style   centre  of   New  Westmin-
No woman who follows the  trend  of    the   new  styles  should
iewing thi. charming  review of  the   season's  most   pronounoi-d
ost authoritative styles while   the   opening   displays   are   com-
'���     We would be pleased t0 have   you   visit  our   millinery  salon.
second FI��or-
Tlie Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
CUPS AND SAUCERS, $1.00 PER DOZEN.
(White   and   Cold   Patterns.)
FIFTY DOZEN TO  CLEAR  AT THIS   PRICE.       REGULAR   VALUE
$1,35 A  DOZEN.    WON'T  LAST  LONG.
SIX-PIECE   TOILET    SETS   AT $2.25.       See them  in  our window.
C. B.  DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
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WRITING MATERIALS. OFFICE SUPPLIES. BOOKS, PAPERS.
IM___.ES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
l\. FIRST-CLA88 STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
IV OUR STOCK. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. WE BUY FOR CASH DIRECT FROM
THE MANUACTURERS, WE THEREFORE SAVE YOU MONEY.
NO DISAPPOINTMENTS  IF YOU   DEAL  WITH   US.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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���   ���   v i. ''������ lr I'm
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ple -.I  i 'lints to
v whii b Is ri -
ii   .i     p.._ di-
.
hi p'   and a n
\ -... i   v. i  ( adj
.-cross
ek u Vi ������ im
lei   the first
'���eni iri Rovei ived un
pro
ioted .,,    bui
" ���    "'it   T.   Jol v.: |e   a
i
an extraord-
one from il     dlsl uc    out, ami
also the d
ol  i      i   eree trom
,-  i. ��� i    r of fouls allowi d,
Xhj   Star Men.
L.yoi ..    .ii.i   Kirti ed  thi
B and    Sawyers
ivas a     ood a     .   ial,   The for��  i
bai lng on - iii -viii.-.
did not get their pac . and the shoo
itv win have to Improve, Haslam
played well in centr,-. and a man In
itlsp osltion Is badly wanted owing to
the defection of Hooper anl Hurren.
Frank Lock lacked support, vv'add;
Robertson having the bulk oi the
work of attack.
The Hiberians appeare i ��� ������ tter In
attack than defei ci the lefi wing
having most p.:" the work, Scrimshaw
not being quick enough witn the ball.
it. .!<>-'vs showed himself a worker,
, while Herring was the better of the
backs.
Considering the fact tbat Horn fortunately   saved   a  penalty,     and   tlie
number of times the Rovers got down
; to   tlie   visitors   territory   the     latter
made a  fortunate  win  ol  ti;,'   match.
Morton  bad a  bad  kick early  in  ths
'second  half,  and   it  was  well  cu In
: the   second   period   before  he    came
back,   taking   th.   goal  tender's   post,
freeing Shawcross to go forward.
Notes of Play.
In the first half the Hiberians had
,111,.   advantage   of   the   opening     ex-'
changes,   but   the   Rovers   recovering
gained   a  couple  of    corners,    whieli
came to nothing.    Running down on
hi...  wing, Smith  sent a beauty which
to  tin--;  urprise  of  all.  passed   under
Shaweross'g head.    At the other end
Ro iei tson   am I   Loi _   neai I.    Bcored,
and  when the  Hiberians were Blowly
losing ground Morton was kicked, and
with hlm off the visitors took up the
running.     The   teams   crossed     over
wiiii   the   Hibernians   leading,   and   although   throughout   the   second   half
the   Rovers   tried   hard   to     equalise.
they   were  dented   time  after    time.
iia-lam. Shawcross, Lock and Robertson  essayed   shots   which  some
chance  or  other   failed  to  net.
crow ! oui was a very fair one,
Th; Teams.
Tlie  teams  were  as  follows:
Westminster   Rovers���Coal,     Shawcross; backs. Lynns and Kirby; halves
Morton,   Sawyer   and   Burrows;     forwards.   Johnsaa,   Haslam.     Robertson
and Lock.
Hiberians���Coal   Horn:   backs,   Herring   and   Jeffery;   halves,   McKmley,
Grlffen  and   Dixon;   forwards,  Smtih,
Cray,    Scrimshaw, .lones and Eaton.
Referee���O. Phillips.
The thai  the Sham-
i had su I in defeal       the
'i'    imse      li Saturday'
1 : ���  ���      elves on an
equal  lo "���        ���       .   m u ��� i        in
1   the  \.  L,   U.  cham-
hip,   is   of  consld
fai      on     e   coast, toaB-
" ii ll ip   : dn the w   i
r of th p .   ol   a   i bai-
lenge tor the Minto cup 'Lis
The Montreals an ! Shamr icks will
' tt.     So tar no an-
laoum emeni he
i a coasi ind the two Montreal teams i i e on a Bud len
death game or on a series of two. In
any cas,. it promise to be al least
��� ������.., ,: eks before the championship
for thl ��� ittled.     Those who
have been following the .nine in thi-'
hi ��� ye tr were of the opinion
thai could Shamrocks defeat Tecum-
.-'���iis in last Saturday's game they
could also succei d In wrestling the
championship from the Montreals,
If they do succeed in s_ doing It
is. very pro a ile th.it they will turn
their attention to ihe Minto cup.
With the tournament with Vancouver
booked for Fair week on her hands,
New Westminster will be unable to
consider any dates until almost the
. nd of the month, anl this in the
opinion of the management is too late
for games. Consequently if the management had Its own way the Salmon
Bellii s would consider no further
challenge. The acceptance or rejection of challmges for the cup does
not, however, resi in the hands of
the Salmon Bellies' management, but
with the trustees of the cup, and
should Shamrocks take it into their
heads to challenge there is no say-
:�����_ jus; on what Sir Edward Clouston
and P. D. Ross might determine.
The New Westminster club will
watch the issue of the championship
games with considerable interest and
meanwhile will keep their weapons
sharpened for all emergencies.
W. E. FAI F<_ 612-618 Apes Streel
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT   CALL  81.
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.
Lacrosse Meeting Tonight.
The Westminster senior amateurs
will bold a meeting this evening at
the Curtis hall to decide whether a
claim shall be put in for the B. C. j
provincial lacrosse championship owing to tbe tact that no reply has been
received to the appeal against the
Maple Leafs. Tlie rules provide for
th._ line ol action waeu seven days
have elapsi .1.
j Road Oil
I and
Asphalt
B.C. Refining Co.
mis-
Th"
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What Grade of Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you-and guarantee them, too.
J0HN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jewelei
DOMINION  TRUST   BLOCK
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!
\ Ejectric Railway Service j
Interurban Lin..
Cars for Vancouver   and
station, wm   run eve
h0Ur  from   5:50   a. m.
car leave, at u p. m.
Last ar leaves Vancouver
11:30
p.m.
way
half
Last
at
t.
uara
onty
���eave   the
���ninu.es
depot   every
pertnn ~"~   for  both  Sat>-
ZlTcity llmus ov- o��
City   Line:   Cars   leave
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes   after,   and   forty    minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave f
at ten  minutes after the hour, 4
half past and fifty minutes after ���
at  6:SO J
Vancouver District  League.
(FIRST   DIVISION.)
Hiberians 1. Rovers 0,
(SECOND DIVISION!
V. A. C. S.  Cedar Cottase 0.
Shamrocks 8. B.  C.  E.  Ry.  2.
Thistles 4, Central Methodist 2.
Coquitlam 2, National. 0.
Y.  NS.  C.   A.   5, Grandview 0.
On   Tuesday   night   the   First   Division will meet at the National Sports
flub   while   the   monthly   meeting  of I
the  Vancouver    District     Association
will be held on October 4.
WANTED, TO RENT
with option of
purchase
SMALL IMPROVED FARM OF FIVE
OR TEN ACRES OR SO, CLOSE IN
TO CHILLIWACK, OR NEW WESTMINSTER, NEAR B.C.E.R. EXTENSION. USED TO GARDENING AND
ARE GOOD BUTTER MAKERS. APPLY "ALBERTA," CARE OF DAILY
NEWS.
Saturday's races at .Minoru park re-
sulted as follows:
_TRST   RACK���Six    furlongs;   selling,  three-year-olds and up.
I.   Taxer;    '1.  Queen    Alamo;   3,   Be
Brief.
SECOND RACE���Six furlongs;  selling;  three-year-olds aud up.
1, Valosky;  2, Salvage;  :'.. Bl Paso.
THIRD   RACE���One   mile;    selling;
thn e-j ear-o! Is  and   up.
I,  Rosevale;  2, Aftermath;  3, Redwood II.
FOI'RTF
eighta    mile
value $300.
1, Fancy: 2. Follle la.; 3. Import.
FIFTH   RACE���  Five     and   a   ualf
furlongs;   iwo-year-olds.
|    1.  Lewiston;   2.  Lady  Elizabeth;   3,
; Balrona
SIXTH      RACE ��� Five      furlongs,
'purse;   three-year-olds  and  up.
1. 3pohn;  2. Elizabeth Harwooi;  3,
| Je ssupburn.
RACE���One    and   one
Springer    Handicap;
TURNS FROM       NGING
TO   HORSE   RACING
Melbourne. Sept. 26.���Mme. Nellie
Melba. the famous diva, has decided
to go on the turf and hopes to better
''er somewhat impaired fortune. Her
Intention became known when the
committee of the Victoria Racing club
of Melbourne, received an application
dated at Brisbane, for the registration
of the opera singer's racing colors
The application was granted and M"'"
Melba's   horses   will   race   "n_or
(LIMITED)
Offices: Winch Bldg, Vancouver,
or Refinery, Port Moody.
WE ARE NOW READY FOR BUSINESS
PATRONIZE YOUR  LOCAL  INDUSTRIES
_me.
Melba's horses will race under a
jacket of olive green and mauv.> sash
and white cap.
Columbian College Sport.
The Columbian College Rugby team
has Selected Its offlcers as follows:
Frank Armstrong, captain; John McArthur, Oe captain. The boys are
practicing steadily on Tuesdays and
Thursdays to put a good team in tlie
field
A basb��tball Schedule of thirty
games between Ave teams, the Arts,
Matriculation, Intermediates, Theo-
log. and Faculty, has bec��i started.
The three winners of the opening
games were the Matriculation, Faculty and Intermediates, while this
��� afternoon the Arts and Faculty clash.
A.F.&
A
A. M.
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
the hour, commencing
a. m.
Sunday service halMw""' ��*��� J
tween 8:30 a. m. and It p- m-     J
l^rlt,Sh Co,u���bia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd \
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An emergmt meeting of ni���
, 0,.ge No. 9, A. F. & A. M. ���U ��*
ie d in the Knights of ?fh a* " a
on Sunday, September 26, 1908. at
lhri hour of 2 o'clock pm. ****����������
poTO of attending the funeral of our
\Y Brother C. M. Averill. Mem
���� of sister lodges and ^��"rning
���,,,���.ren are requested to attend.
By  order of the W. M.
W   <-   DeWOLF SMITH,
! Secretary.
To Wind Up Cricket Season.
A meeting of the Westminster
Cricket Club will be held on Wednesday evening to wind "P the business
of the season, and mak�� arrangements for the improvement of the
pitch at Moody square before next
year, an urgent matter upon which
action must be talcan.
Tennis Tournament.
Owing to the rain of Friday having
made the courts soft, there was no
play in tlie tennis tournament on Saturday. The games in each series
will he resumed today, when It is
hoped to make considerable advance
toward the finals.
that you may be the next one to meet with an^auto-
mobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCEIJMAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
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A stirring romance in which, in every
chapter, Mrs. Ward reveals her deep-
stirred enthusiasm for the Canadian land,
which she triumphantly hails as "the
greatnewState being laid under your eyes,
deep and strong', by men who know what
it is they are doing���to see history begun
by men who know what they are writing."
legins in the October
LADIEo
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Delivered to any add..,, on requeit to
thp:
KENNETH CASSELMAN
CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY,  Philadelphia
TENDERS   FOR   STEEL   BRIDGES
Sealed  tenders    addressed    to the
-*���<- :   and marked on  the en-
v'     '      Tender*   to,   :-'���..    ;..    _
wi!i   ' ���   '       ���  *  :.    tbe offlce ol I
I -   " ������   �����     -e   irans-
xYYY-       '   ,     ,   - oi  ��*��Unenta   R   lwa3   Dated ol Otl
-  -   -   --.���  ot _ ���     m    ���   1 ��� ���. . ,r Apjg isi  -���   1909
the canstruction and erection 	
the Transcontinental Railway, for a
sum e'jual to five per cent, (o'p.c.) of
-mount of the tender.
right 1    :��� served to rej ct anv
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
8�� (retary.
The  Commissioners  of    the  Trans-
Monday
SEPTEv
AT THE HOTELS.
Russeil  Hotel.
P.   V.  Brown,  Seattle.
A.  M. Thomas, Seattle.
J.   P.   King.  Chicago.
Mr. and .Mrs. Roberts. Winnipeg,
EAST CANNOT KEALIZE
GROWTH Of IHE WEST
''BER 27
���
Rev.  J.   S.   Henderson   Tells   His  Con
gregativi   of   His   Recent   Trip
Through  Older Canada
Rev  .i. - l< rson, who
retun '>';p to the e ist, o
.i    at     St. Aj
Presbyl b again   ������
1 the att
.-  .     ���. ���   ���       thai
li    . ed tin
- v.. ���   St.  An Irew's.     The
six  yea ,   -     1   verj   q -
and taki i   a '��� -��� ther vei
and be trusi      I a l n -1 ted in some
. ' 'fit.
!;��� n   -t ���    trij   to    tbe
��� it, Mr. Hei derson Bpoke ol ta.- lm-
. "'ii bim.     i; made
him   realize   thi    strenuous  nai ire  of
��� ���    work  In '���������-'. and   he could,
n-iw  see thai  ��� .- u tbe oldest towns
and cities    throughout    <    ��� Ida  war.'
taking on u ne r  le ise ol life,     The
���   : ��� ���        tii,   east fully realized the
eat j I  the Importance ol
eople of the w<
eclated ���their own
��� |       ��� .    ���
'.: ��� ��� ,- I   thl
v   rs tbe    '������
They not commei
th; great things t tj
est ol ';,-v   Lakes, noi I
he bi lleve  tl at   thi i ij thing
��� it I . any ��� ' ��� part of the ��- rid
T:i- pastor preachi la rceful -ei-
mon from the text "!_������ not Vour
Good be Evil Spoken of," i Romans,
xiv.. I'". Mr. Heiidersi.ii .-'.owed tiie
man; .in   which a  maia, tl
good,
anl i
-i-i
manded them to let theli   ..
,'iefor.   ���
.-.       ��� ie took to ta.V
sons  who let  tbi
life make them narrow In tbelr deal
ill--    With      IP.' ,.:    ���   -,    ...
���v   v- ���     ��� ��� ] along
to a chun I en   igl   I    ' ��� m all
humanity.     To lllustrat mi   a ��� .
Mr. Hendei    :   told the sl -.- ol
artistic  angler  anp!   '
man;    on, .. ������    flsh,    the oth  i
.    the i
������   ways of  the  fisv    .   :
the ol cot     Al;  men sh
have    road sympal
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f If You
Can Afford to use
the BEST buy
Robin Hood
Flour
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"The Flour thai
If   VOU do I
the cost of
smallest afte all.
The bigger loaf is onsiJs-
ence. ^^^^^^
Easier  assirrvat:o-s ol tit
bread is snot   r    I :e_...
Th. '  ' ';
differe
There  ire    il  r points ol
lifl cne ol t.~
v or
THE
Saskatchewan Flour
Mills Co., Ltd.
Moos
OBSERVATIONS HAT
BE ALL TO THE BAD
German   Professor   Says  That   Neither
Cook   Nor   Peary   Had   Proper   Instruments��� New  Map.
Washington, Sepi   26.���A n.-w map
of the world, with the North Pole :'--
.\:v  lean terrltorj will
by   the   H hlc   I Iffli ������   of    the
Navy Department.
h mfiYtd
i;.
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NOTICE.
I    St.   .loan's   Sept.   26.���According  to
despatches received !.,-:,.. __..,,. \vh:t. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
!ne>'-  "[ho Is  now  :i-  tadian    harbor,     Tenders are hei : ei for tin
says thai  Dr. Cook told him at Etah  construction of
last   April   that   he   aad   reached   the  Vancouver Powei :'
Pole but  pledged  him to secrec_    iir. at five different points sii
< ook   also  lefi   with   bim   certain  m- the right of wa\  ol the 1 ������������>
struments.   which   h,.   is   bringing   to  branch of the Bril Ele*
the  United  States.    Mr. Whitney de- trie Railway    Com.   ; J
el.ned to give other details saving he follows: i. A.. Clovei . . NM.
would wait until he can gel at the tf)e intersection of th - > '������''���
merits of the controversy. In Langley district. '��� -'
Halifax, Sept, 26.���Harry vVhitney, tersection of the i'. I : "c
w New Haven Conn., who wa.s with Railway in Matsqui distri I I. Seuj
Dr. Cook at Annatook and given a de- the Intersection of tl    K :;
tailed account of his trip to the 1-le,  Sumas   district.      5. At or
has sen:  a wireless message from in-  'own  of    Chilliwack,  In    accordaace
specification �����
dian  harbor,  Labrador,
in
JAPANESE PHINCE CAN
SHOOT THE BULL'S EYE
��� ���
JS��*            ���    a-i    fl^r systems
'   -      '      g ra   -
red tor    ridg t the
points named    ��� low:
y ������.'���'..
English Watchmaker
M. -
���-   -
124..
123.0
1.1 'p.
14..i.
62.25
62.5
9.0
109.29
113.4.
123.5
135.0
Br^ige.
iti ver
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n a ...
Juniper Brook
Ode.;  Brook   .
Li���'<-
of Completion.     Cold Wet&eg for Ladles from 112./5
Dec. 1, l.pjy. up
Maranilchl,  ' SiIver Watches,
. .   March 15. 1910.  I6-00'
..   ������ Sliver Watches,
.April 1, 1910.  '7>5�� UP'
  Agent    for    Waltharn
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
' U
District
Circle River .. ..July i
Low Buih River Ju_e 1
Brule Creek ...April 1
Frederlchou.se River," '��� "
Buskgow River April' 15 1910
Driftwood River, Mav 1, 1910.
Mattagama River, Ji___e 1   191,1
1910.
1910
1910
gents'    open face
gents'  open    case,
and     Klgin
and  Mrs.  Geo
and  Mrs.   . .   h
K.  George, As-
Sanb:m. As-
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  Horn   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
Astori .
Astoria,
Plans and profiles may ,he *een and   \pa\Kr
full information obtained at the office 1 iKH,NO
of    the Chief    Engineer    at  Ottawa, I
Ontario
After contracts are aw\.rded the
successful tenderers must submit designs of all superstructures with
stress sheets all to be In accordance
with the Specifications of Department
Of Railways and Canals of the Do
minion Government, 190S. The class
ct load to be used Is that designated
"Heavy" In the said specifications.
Tenders will he received for one or
more of the structured required.
Each tendt r must be signed and
sealed by all tiie parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a char-1
tereil hank of the Dominion of Can-1
ada payable to the .Commissioners of.
LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
MEATS
Central Meat Market
Jorntr Eighth St ana   Fifth Arena*
PHONE  J7G.
���DWELL A OODr. Proon.tor*
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEW
T.  ry  Mewbum, Calgary.
���J.  .M.  James. Vancouver.'
J-   D.   Sait  and  wife, Vancouver
Miss Edith  Salt, Vancouver.
P. F.  Williams, Vancouver
W.   .McBride.  Portland   Ore
yrA!A *����� McLeod, Vancouver.
R. S.  Smith, Nicola
.    r. '..Her��er, Vancouver.
I ��� Hall, Seattle
II and Mr" G' H' Sa-brim, A,
Mr
toria
Mr
torla.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Miss S.   M.   Craig. Astoria
Miss Winnifred Van Dusen
Mlas   Maude   Van   Dusen
O. H. Moore. Vancouver
J. Wyatt Vaughan. Vancouver.
V.   J.   Bolacd,  Vancouver
_ .   Lre,  Vancouver
lcoJ5_rt* MCK< Joh,W ^d wife, Van
P. A. Borde, Quebec.
L.   S.   Eaton, Victoria,
T.  Richmond and wife, Vancouver.
Windsor  Hotel.
C. Kennedy, Wenatchee
W.  Cooke,  Vancouver
D. McKinley.  Seattle.
Mrs. T. H Brucher   Seattle
R-  H.  Fox, Chilliwack
Harry ONeil. Vancou\-er
Frank   Hughes.   Clayton
L   '..  Blake, Pitt River
W. /_amont. Coquitlam
IngoulJ  Edwards.
R. W.  Begley, Smith's Fall
J. S. Murphy. L___gley.
J.   Haberty,  Vancouver.
J.  Brown, Mud  Bay.
W.   G.   Dorris, San Francisco
Kuni    lyoshi
at   the
. ,  .���  answer to  witl1 the plans and .,
tne   question.   "Did   Cook   reach     tie  conditions   of     contract
Pole?"    He says:   "i have no reason tbe company, and which ma      ^
to doubt Cook's statement." at my office, ri,:, Car;     sl        *
  couver,  B.  C.      Tend.
Salsburg,    Austria,    Sept.    26.���Ad- ered not later than
dressing  the Congress of Naturalists September,    nineteen    hundred   ������'
here   yesterday,     Professor   Albrecht nine.
Penck, Professor of Geography at the     Tl'e- tender should b
Univershj   of  li, rim.  made an  inter- fiv'd price for tlie 001 iti     Ion"'
Did  Some  Fanr.   c.    .    Y'"1'    comparison   of  the  reports uf or "U of the said su :'       ,
raney  stunts j Commander Peary and Dr. Cook con-      Each  tender  shall jj|
.
v I ---   """���;��_   hi.   |JiiP.lsue._   ac-    '��a.n-<-u��-r   x-aj��ei    v.ui...
yesterday. count__   ol     ielr  having   reached    the for lo per cent  of the estii;
.  ','" "   ;""i  arrivel   ai   the  conclusion
(that neither of the had prowl that
li, had reached the Pole or was able
i�� funaish scientific proof 01 having
doue so. becauBe nuither had a sufficiently scientific equipment |n tie
Far  North.
Montreal   Ranges.
,I'AIl    **.  26,-Prince    Kunl
'������" 'p'. Japan's representaUve to the
��^*-^ton celebration, had S��por!
tunUy tod.,-to Justify _js tgpa��_��ou
ae one of the best marksmen In the
1 Japanese an">'' The Prince, who 1. a
I cousin of the Mikado   a_,. ,
Yf _i���_ ^.      lh,'l��. ^Ul a general
Yf high standing, spent the morning at !
jtar.et practice with the experts ,, '
; Monticeiio g.,,, chlb. exjjertb    -u |
tof^HIn^ riflp Whi<* he was
1 lo B great extent unfamlKaa.   u
ed himself the en        7        _   ET7'
! Sullivan county   ___rl���       e 8hots iu
cult bun, efes'Th    "�� severa" diffi-
cess Kuni, with the r' AZ ^  PTin'
arrived vesterdav    ,  x.      "danls' who
countryVe.hSeV^-^'T''
fn  eminent   .lapaneJe   .hem^st   "win I
leave tomorrow <_> .,     _ r���^?1.    tna\
West Point. whe",ypec,a,tra,nf��"-
amount of the tend
Thp  cheques  of    ' ; ce?s
tenderi rs will    ,. rel
^^_________________^^
r:eJ
^^^^^^^^^i>e renin.'
due   course,   and   ti. of
reto
1    '
TWO MEN VICTIMS OF
DEADLY  FUMES
successful  tenderer
, to him upon ezi 1 ���
^nd   furnishing of the ..wi ������-   ,
I under the contract.     In the event��
,thv  successful    tender.'.
.tract an I fu'wis!l ln
execute  the cont,.... ��� -
N  MINE  homi within ten davs after being oj^
be iv
tifiod in writing of'the acceptance.'
;pe
��� -.'-
Eureka. Cai., Sept.  24-The holies  his   tendei    Ws"cheque is to
or two miners, Frederick  W.  Duncan  feited to the company,
niui     Ernest     Blaine     Hughes,   were '    Form of Hnd required m .'
brought    here    yesterday    from    the at my office.
- nol l3'e'
      ���
'sealed and
SubsUtlona "J
ymiw
that &s'e
  ;WVQ(UftJ Ulllll Hie
Humboldt    Gold    Mining    Company s
mine   on^ Horse Mountain where tooth  than the 27t_ day of September^
Tenders to  be delivered
office,
said
were  killed   by  fumes  from  a   blast lat my
Duncan  entered    a    shaft    after  the florsed,  "Tender  for   __.
blast  and   wa8 overcome.        Hughes, Vancouver Power Company
his brother-in-law. went In  to render!    No tender delivered after
assistance and was also suffocated.
guests nf th    -rTY__"^-'  are to he the
gue,ts of th,. government for ta. dav.
Ont
PRESIDENT  EARLING  HOST
j      OF JAPANESE OolSHVoNBRB 1
Chicago, Sept. 26.���Tie
panese trade commtn i_���_���
American trade o'Tl YlY md
lng the parte throng the ^_?mpany-
centres of th,, vII^YTTI
day visiting Chlcaao', fll are to'
luring Institutiaif s ^at ^^ac
for the  -'- ^^
Or time will be considered
1 state the date of
Rapid pro**9
oiii-
Bombs For Presidents.
El   Paso,   Tex.,   Sept.   26.���A  bomb,     llie ,���,���,,������  ,._..._
was found tonight in the rear of the right to accept or refuse any
customs house at Juarez, Mex., a few (whether it  be  '      ^^
Tender sl    .  .... .
pletlon of the work. ^^^^^^^^^
.being required. ..-.if the
The company reserves *Y   .,.  lei
tiiaa
^ iwi, , ������v.l���c,   n  ua  lower or higher
I feet from the platform which has"been 'an. other'tender or the same anioun
perected for the meet'ng betwe* Presi-I    Drted   at     V_ncouver,   i-   <-"   "'
...,      ��,��.���_ae    honnr,rr;tlent ^ft  and  President Diaz on Oc- fifteenth    (15th)    day of   S"-"-"��De'
Japanese    trade    commission," ��rar   i toher  16.    More   than   thirty   arrests 1903.
-   ners  a^ri   ���_ _. 1 R0BERT HOWES   C
Fraser Valley Br.mc
we.-e made.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Juarez is across the Mexican border.
SepteiriD
E.
NOTICE.
Revolution   in   Paraguay.
Bueriov;  Ayres, Sept. 26.���The revo-
-lay also IncludeTn l_n��_S?  l,ltion in  parae"a>' Is progressing all
at  the    South   Shore    Count      ,.f��,n   a,on�� the frontier.    A  dispatch  from
where A. J. Earlin.   nresldent    .       '   Po��adas   savs  tlie  rebels   bave  oc
St   Pfl.1,1  p n    Pl6d st'ver;>l townsaips. dislodging t_. .
1 Uail" I government  forces.    The  garrison  at to get any Banff coa
Chicago, Milwaukee" &
Way was jost.
om , . ,i_i-
cu- pTo Our Customers of Hard u" _
lv;.    We. the undersigned, do n.'t W
,,t  tn o-ot nn.  nnnff coal this >ear-
Asuncion  is kept  in barracks.
I
GILLEY PROS. hTD- iV SEPTEMBER 27. 1909.
|l��Nl3     I
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-een
Y  NEWS.,
cut or certificate of lis pendens   elng
Idled within b...n period, or in defauli
^ATEH notice.
.1   i ..n an- of redemption    .ior,. registration  you  ' /'   n"
HI- and each oi  you  v, ii  _e ..... . ���     . '.���    ,' i'"""'n. '
A!II  ped and debarred from settin
'   .    i ��� ��� .. .. i. ���. ���    .��� hi i in    tn   . ,i-    i.i    rt. .11, .   I     < >       I    i. Mi. tt UVy '
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ill
anj  claim to or In respi 11 ol thi
that  Albert   Hunt, or
anner,
...don to
' ��� ���    following    described
,   ,.,, ,   ������,.      l.v. 1 at   ihe   land     ri
I .each   all Cully Ne��  Westminster, Province of Brl I
j  |      lake, Columbia,   this   30tb   day  of  Au
ftlver,   \. D., 1909.
('.  S   KEITH,
Distrlcl   Registrar.
To San ii i i loul i r, Es i
I
I
r o��'.iver8__.
1 e    from the
I. i, -ihe quantity
| . i de feet i'-'1
ted in
I    ' i V.
Dated
for   the
160  acres
ALBERT HUNT,
S. H.  FORD, Agent.
���: tte 6th, 1
vl
Ini. I,
(ludiiu
11 Ooa      Range One.
i  Johnson, ot
ai on.    . a'les
..   character  ol
. ,   water  power
.  for permlssioi
I v.   aa   describeo
WATER   NOTICE.
  _ .
Ion oi eTectrlcit)      Notice Is hereby given thai  an '        ��� at a  post   planted on
trial  and  com- plication   .'.ill be mad. under Pai    v. (the i ,,, , v, L an ls.
.articular!}   in of the "Water Ant, 1909,    to obta Island and  Davies
|
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machini t. Ilcen e  in  the   Municipality <'i    D
,i/ i mi lon    ol  nabj   I livision  ol   Lot   I 11   I >
6th,  1909.    Ap
th    operation    ul nab)   Division ol   Lot   in   D    i ,...,,   island, contain
I-. . ���  .., for whii ii      i . p 'i a ��� ������ imp    a Idrei     ind o ing 60 or less
I ,...,��� are su-t- tion  of  the applicanl  Is  Hora JOHN JOHN80N
'!'"'   ll!" ;i:':'"''      '.: Y"'   "'" " per S.  u. FORD, Agent
water  11   to  "" Vancouver,  B. C. __.._,
,, 1;- high tide      i   ., The name of the lak.,
- of the river,  lg) (il imed, the di  ci , .	
I i.. water is known, rlBlng In  Lot 210, running I       District
|P'J ecti i   now rii, rly   and     west rl.     dlr.i tlon
.     ....;    ..        1. , i I,    I ,;.
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Dated   (una 6th, 1909.
i ��� actl ''i   light- thro i  ta  Dl   rlct Lot 144   B   -
I v  and    ail     (c.) Th(
Vani
ol  c >as.   Ri ni e p ii v
ake notlci 0n, ol
C., op cu iatioi    i
I
I i ipiiei
J
t.i
I.' i   e rel
' ael, an I t_
,,,i point of di-      ,e.i The character of the propo
I oi    return.    The works  is to  run    power    machlnei
J ted to river near and  electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
I difference oi ele- |,
��� nt of diversion and      n.i The   premises   on   which   th.
thou   300 f-' i. Y  wati ���  i   to   e used is kn v _ a    lloi
^ , _-��� ndel to be one (1), two (2) and   Ixl en (16) In
r posed works will  Distrlcl Lot 144, Burnaby.
r ,,,  .       (ki   Thi    no-      (g.) The purpos s for    which    the
1 on  thi   Tth  day  ol  water is to be    used   are    domestic
p,, . ation    will   he power, light and Irrigation.
.   imlssioner   on   tiie      (h.)  If  for Irrigation  describe    the
Y. 0j   ,.     -   1909.     H)  Give land   to  be    Irrigated���about    twelve
. [dresses of any  ri-  (12)   acres
[  .. icenses who or      (1.)  if the water is to be used  tor
. ���i ly to he affected  power or mining    purposes    describe
la pro]        '���' .rks, either ahov. the place wh. r.- the water la to be re
I ulet,   B   P. DU.kins, turned to some natural channel, and
Louver, I!. C. the   difference   ln     altitude     between
part oi  ���       Memorandum ot points  of  diversion  and   point of r>-
odation of the Companv    wliich turn.    The   water   is  to  be  returned
__l_d the .vvvii   application ahont   two hundred   (200)   feet  below
...  reads a   follows: in same channel and about sixty (60)
1:..    objects  for    which    tlie fe,.t lower.
iany is :;   I   ."''  To  Which      j.)  The area of  Crown  lend   Intend-
Lets'th.- Coi    u y are    restricted ed to he occupied by    the    proposed
��� ���  a qutaltlon "i water and water works Is none.
by records of unrecorded  wa-'    n. ) This notlc was i>osted on the
,���. by thi  p of  water te- 14th  day of August, 1909, and  appli-
���ior water privileges for ia) Con- cation  will   be   made    to    the    Com-
fining, operating and  maintaining J mlssloner on  the  16th day  of    Sep-
kric works, power houses, gener- tember, 1909, at 2.:!0 o'clock.
|t plant snd such other appliances     (1.) The names and    addresses   ot
1 conveniences  as    are  nocssary any    riparian proprietors or licensees
jjrop_ for the generating of elec-1who or whose lands are likely to he
kit).or .lectrlc [power, or any other affected    by    the     proposed      works.
1 ot developed  power     and    for either above or below the outlet are
taffllttlne th* s:une to be used by'the Crown. H.  II.    Scott.    Vancouver.
foompany or by persons or com- und B, Pacinian. Vancouver,
|__ ��_,".!"!��� _  with the company j HORACE  WILLIAMSON,
Mar, til motive power  for  thei    442    Westminster   avenue,    Vancou-
or ver. B. C.
s
JAMES WATSOiN,
Per S   11.  KORD. Agent.
D ted June 6th, 1909.
Distrlcl ol Ooasi Rani.- One.
Take notice that Beigeta Ail li 11 in,
i:''p n :. to a 1 I) fi r pi rmissi n to pur-
ol Vancouver, B. C. occupatlo lady,
chase the following desi rlbed 1 inds:
Commencing at a post planted in
the hay at northwest corner of Maud
Island, the largest island ln the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, con-
talnlng  60 acres  more or less.
BKRGKTA ANDERSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Oth, 1009.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B, C, occupation, farmer, Iniends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ln
a small bay on north shore of Bend
lsiand. Dated June 6th., 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing SO acres more or less
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Gth, 1909.
m:I. 0! motors, machinery
ctrlc lifcc or other works or to
?.; >r rh-. Company to con-
Ime.'i for bea'lng or as a motive
���Wrh propelling tramways, or tor
"W_, hauling, lifting, pumping,
rating, crashing, smelting, drilling
��� I .Or 'pp- any Other opera-
rautorhlcl U may be adapted or
1 be n_d or suppllfld for or in con
Ktlon with any other purposes for
peb electricity'   or    electric    power
LAND   ACTS.
District of  Coast  Rang*; One. ...     , ..,.,.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of jmore or less.
Vancouver,  It.  C, occupation, jeweler, | ADO
intends to apply    for    permission to
purchase    the    following      described
District  of  Coast  Range One.
Take   notice   that  Adolph   O.  Johnson, of Vancouver, B.  C, occupation,
farmer, intends  to apply  for permis-
scribed lands:
sion  to  purchase    "ihe    following de-
Commencing at a post planted on \
the north shore of Crib lsiand. Dated j
June Gth. 1909. Applying for the i
whole island,    containing    90    acres
���ands:
Commencing at  a  post planted In a
mall hay on north shore of liorrv ls-
��taapplied or required,   (g) *f>r ,anil   d        j       4tl    1909      A   ly.
���'���      ���������������    u"v  ''   ng  for the whole island   containing
100 acres more or less
OL.I. BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
JhiUbi
ft'.:
le tor use, application and dishy erecting dams, increasing
KliMd of water In    any    existing
Xr of water, or extending the aP*a
pot diverting the waters of any	
��� Pond or lake into anv other
p��l or chaiin-ls   laving or erect-.    District of  Coast  Range One. 	
* My llne or flume 'pipe  or wire      Take notice that Dora Anderson, or | thence north to coast, thence follow-
fitting an>  raceways   reservoir, Vancouver,,    B.    C, occupation, lady
IW'* weir, wheel     building,    or Intends to apply for permission to pui
New Westminster   Land   District,  District of New Westminster,
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali ofl
Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: j
Commencing at a post planted at i
Northeast corner of lot 14G9. thence.
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
p--... ���r,i,  wneei,     building,     or  ...av__o ._ ��,._...,   ....  >.- .-.-- ..   r-
Rtftttlon p.r work which may he chase the following described lands.
p_ln connection with the lm- Commencing at a post planted on
Nient an.l use of the said water the north shore of Klaoltsis island, a
�� ���.r pow^r 0r bv altering re- s"iall island south of Turner Island.
*����� extending Improving repair- Da'^d Jun. 6th. 1909. Applying tor
����- ��� ��� -- "--  _ju_._  1.1���a     4Q acres  mo.e or
to point of com-
lng the coast line
mencement.
WILFRID DOUGALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
 *-..     ii-ilu u v sup,,      ��� _'i/w.��i
��f maintaining anv such works,
VA ?ar! theriy,f
���^OUVER   POWRR   CO'Y,   LTD.
,��nattW  F.  H.  W.  Hope,    A. B.
wolt, Directors.
J. V. Armstrong, Secretary.
__.,  . ��- A('dr _s. Vancouver. B-C
I", of th   -
Ltd 1
the  whole lsiand,
ess.
DORA  AN��ERSON,
Pe.   S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th.  19M.
Vancouver Power Co'jr.,
LAND
REGISTRY   ACT.
Take
I''��� _"i , e�� that an appllcatlop has
register  Annie   Ryder
simple, under a tax
|as owner in (e
Anni. i; ,;'""\ Sldn*y A- Fletcher to
dav of ,,r '"'"'"^ flats the 18th
Bl"SY   ..     ''��� V "" 1906' 0I ��n and
ollann , ,l Cenaln 1):,r,,,>1  or lr;,ct
m and  premises  situate
and 1,4,:."' i"'��nus"s situate, lying
We ...1. . '" ""' 'listrlct of New
Ish' AYln ""' Province of Brit-
known ',!, '::i' more Particularly
Block i-i fle8CrIbed as lx>t 23,
iiUtsiTo8',!' 1C and 17' Block
Lot, I - ��� A Y 16 antl 17. Bloc'^ 8;
U .'ic ' '; n,ul 2��. Block 9; Lots
��.l��'_nd ''$\Y !"'^ I": Lo's 1, 8.
and 1; \YIY 1:!; L(,ls l- 8' ����� lli
District of  Ooast  Range One.
Take sotlce that Jelin Olses, of
Vancouver, B. C-, eccupation, farmer,
Intends to apply fer permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing  at   a  post   planted  in
hav at northwest    corner of    Davies
island.     Dated   June   6th.  1909.    Ap-|mad
plying  for  ihe whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSBN,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 191)9.
".B��kTU:L?t8l,8,9,i6(_nd
Vl- Lotsil i ^0t?.4' Bi ">�� 20. Block
Lot 6,
^'15^'   L^ioTiiTiaJis
Jf 2r's C,r< 1 TK" s"bdivlsion of
��l and 88 ^L1:.^ 24. 25, 26 27
Vol' .  1G and "."" Block'18;
Qroupi   ^ Bu^>dl^8l0?a ��r
���land m ni,_,',8 24- 25' 26 27'
l^lvlll' Lol�� 2. 3. 4, 5, 6.
. 16 Y,    .'J.*5' "lock ..:   Lot��  1. S
   Lots 1, 8,
B1��c_ 15: Lots 4
A16 and 17
13 ��aa 20 W��TC.K 15; L,>ts 4, 5, 12,
SHroupi^J.BubdlvlBlOn'of'Lo
2V;t����HM     '-'Btock 4'��f Ut
Y *d tCp m
' ymi aid all
Y
und,,,.
any
is of a
?*d all
claiming through or
��� 'Merest"".. .','"  p,prsons  claiming
llie said land by vlr
In
u'll'''gisi(
person
'I'p'd   Instrument,
"ilng any Interest
d.'Scent,  whose
��d laid i,v
Watered  under th
tin ' ���   ��".p
vi al ,'S ncit
Y onP-;  Of   11 "���"" p    in.     pvo
ll" "nuirt-d\ l'nAl  R^istry   Act."
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, townsliip 2, New
Westminster  _lstrict.
Whereas preof of the loss of certi.
flcate of title Bumber 1767a, Issued in
the nam. of William Oleson, has been
filed In this efface.
Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof In a dailv newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster. Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be
e to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce. New West-
ninster, B. C August 2, 1909.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore In a small bay on
Compton lsiand. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applying for the whole island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOllSON
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated Juae 4 th, 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter intends *o apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound ish'"'1
Dated, June 4th, 1909. Applyins '��'
the whole "sland, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB  JACOBSON,
Peir S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated dune 4th. 1909.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
from th
��f this
" a��e oft.   _   ln teu dil>'s
notice b_V.   _3?t WMlaattoa
wa in default of a cav-
ESTABLI
INCORPORATED
1905.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY NEWS
MAKE YOUR APPEAt. to the public
I    through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper.
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The
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We beg to announce to the people of New Westminster and District that we have opened up a
new stock of Dry Goods, Gents'
Furnishings and Boots and Shoes.
Everything is in order and we
invite you to inspect our values in
these goods.
We shall conduct our business
on a strictly cash basis, and by
buying in the best markets and
adjusting our profits to the lowest
margin consistent with good service we hope to merit a share of
your patronage.
The William
Hunter Co., Ltd,
COLUMBIA STREET
In the New Thompson Block, opp.
City Hall.
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THE  DAILf WKWS.
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A   TRUMPET   CALL   FOR   BARGAIN
SEEKERS.
We are offering to
those who are looking for a "genuine"
bargain Glass Water Jugs, any one
of which you find
in    our    crockery
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window,  for  only
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6      it 11:30     ::. . an . I        .     car al
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In  v   toria of Mrs    ���
��� r of Mr. A. la. Danii  -   Mrs.  C.
.,   .   drs.   ii.   V,    Sti    .  '
thl    city.      T ie  funi ral I
.:.   v  -    la today.
..:... :  ��� |eai Her-
...   :...  ��� ..  ii
S       only on shi ��� -   - .. ..   I a   W. K. |
Sinclair.
which is a very
soft touch on the
contents of your
purse. It is a thing
you always need,
and as big prices
are
we can offer these
at a reduced rate.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
MmTs Wifcfiazel Cream
We a'so  hav�� all   kinds of complexion   creaTis   and   skin  foods
at
MUIR'. DRUG STORE
EUard  Block.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Bob    Stevenson's
.   -.    i . s    to
.   . '.
be  si .:  off  in
~1
Some OS acres of fine fruit gr. wing
lard across iiv v. -.- trom the citj
is now bein? clear, y the new nursery <��� ��� -��� ; .:;., and the spring it is
expecWd  '.ha-  the wboh   ol  thifi  will
���-   ready
trees.
for
j..   with  young
on a vacationiwESTrviiNSTER
MODERN
BUSINESS
SCHOOL
Tl ��� teami r Ti is er win ':":- :
; ter   leave   the   Br ickman Ki
.   ;.   :    ��� ,'estham Islan i and way
jjoict.. at  2 o'clock  i:.  the
Instead of at 3, a. hertoi        i     irning
ion the folio\v:n_  m .rnii g.      On  S
urday sh*? will make an extra r tun
trip arriving in tiie city in the even-
in^.      Trip;  win be made to Steveston as the busine.-v warrants. **
For fir.-t-c.a.-s cut Bowers and any
: li :'. -ra: w rk, tele bon< Davie.
<:������ en   ��� isi. I..1 ���
B. P. Casselman return-d Saturday
from ;. -rip to Seattle, where ae has
been looking up imsiiies-; matters and
(taking in the exposition. He was
accompanied by Dr. Marceliis, ot
Finch, On:., who intends to reside in
'the city in future.
CALL   AND   SEE   OUR   BIG   STORE
FILLED WITH  LITTLE  PRICES.
PUBIIC SUPPLY STORES
with a knowledge of the latest methods, this school is prepared to lead
the students placed in it^ care by the
shortest road through the most thorough course to a desirable goal. SYSTEM i:s watchword: PROGRESS its
goal, and HONOR, its trade mark.
Both day and evening classes are
���    .eang conducted.     Call or write.
A.   L.  BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
Yidai
Market
&. Bacchus. Customs Broker..
Stairs.       Phone   47-.       212-6
,    Those   Hercules  sole
[Sinclair's shoe store,
played  in  his  window.
shoes are  at
They are UP
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
Re 14-100 acres of portion of section 21, block 5, nortii range 6, west
J Xew  Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number .657F issued in
the name of Island Lodge No. 24, I. 0.
0. F.. has been filed in this offiC'
Wanted, apprentice to thoroughly
learn printing end of newspaper business. Apply in own handwriting C.
A. G., P. O. Drawer 29, City.
Local anglers discovered a bonanza
on Saturday at tie entrance of tlie
Xortii Ann, when a run of large trout
wag encountered. For a time l:ne.
were plentiful and .arge catches of
Hue flsh wer. aiade, the anglers hiding the new bridge convenient for the
purpose.
Vidal   _  Bacchus,
an'l warehousemen,
Notice is hereby given that I shall, I their new and commodious
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a daily newspa_��er published in
the  city  of  New  Westminster,  issue
a   duplicat-   of    he   said   certificate
I unless  in  the  meantime valid   objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,  New  Westminister. B.  C-,  September 9,  1S09-
TENDERS WANTED.
in    the    Thomson
quare,   'phone   475.
Oust 'ins Brokers
hav,- moved Into
quarters
. Market
212-6
buildins
Tender, will be receive,] by the un-
dersigned    up  to    Monday,  the  27th ;
Inst, at 'j p.m. to sup;.ly the corpora-
aion with oats, hay, and bran for th"
ensuing year.
The lowest or any tender not nec-
essarlly ace-; ti
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City  Hall,  New Westmin.-ter,  Sept
121, ]��������� '.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ �����������������������������������������������������������������������������
��
Security���That   is   the   factor   in   a
safety deposit vault.     Ours are abso-
perfect   in   this regard.       Vou i
may go away and leave your valuable
ers in  these vaults with the feeling   of   perfect  security.      No  injury
can co&e from fire, from floods, from
rglar   or   any   other  cause.      Isn't
lit   worth  something  to  you to  have
t   feeling of perfect security?    Dorp.inion   Trust   Co..  Ltd.,   T.   R.   Pear-
manager      New      Westminster
ranch.
The     big    stern      wheel     steamer
Stratjcona arrived in  port yesterday
fr'im Vancouver from  where she lias
���" r. running excursions up the North
Arm   Df    Burrard    inlet.      YeBterday
she loaded coal and took on supplies
vv v -, and Preston wharf and
tomorrow  sr._   will   take  thr_. run    '������
tween the city and Chi.'Uwack, alternating   with   the    Beaver,   under  the
igement of tlie Royai City Navigation Company.
I ILL riADE IN SOUTH BEND JxAmVJL I
Just   Arrived,  a   Full
Line   of
Cheap.
HEATING STOVES,
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster ���
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������_��������������������������������������������������������������������������*
Buy orchard iands while tbey are
cheap a:. 1 become In le ��� ndent, \v���
ar..- ti,... official agenl   i iVi   tern
and Improvemi ni Co., J.'d   Lei
us tv ibout thi ii < ho   e be I n
at  Apple.and.      A  new  towns   ,.  and
fruit  distrii ���     .v ii e  th.   line of    th.
B.  C   Electric Chilliwack  lin,. and   V.
4  V. _  E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
��� This section excels in the production
4 of all fruits.   Come at once whiha the
��� best lands are Selling cheap and let u*
show you this section at our expense,
���
4
We can sell five, ten, fifteen
twenty acrt tracts oa easv terms.
J.  Hart  <_  Co., Ltd.
and
_
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co. j StiapS 111 Lots 1
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
���
I
LINE.L$��2_5S;' TERmY  C��RNER-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH  ST. CAR
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters ���
Manufactured by f
J. HENLEY  *
2    LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE-66x145
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER  RIVER; $1300;  TERMS.
2  LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;   TERMS.
FEET;
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   G.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
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Ready for Your Fall Requirements in
Draperies, Btokets, Bedding, Etc,
A subject that's of particular interest to home-lovers, boi rdin_
house keepers, restauranteurs, etc.
New Bedding For Fall
A   COMPREHENSIVE    SHOWING OF YOUR  NEEDS ALONG THIS  LINE EMBRACING fvc
t-V-RY ART|.
CLE  OF  GPEAT  COMFORT.      THERE  IS NOT A STORE  IN THIS   SECTION   BETTEP     nn
'     prEPareq
TO  SUPPLY  YOUR   BEDDING   NEEDS   THAN   WE.       EVERY
NECESSARY BIT OF B EDDING���PILLOW CASES. SHEETS,
BLANKETS, COMFORTABLES AND LIKE WANTS ARE
HERE IN A GREAT VARIETY. THEY ARE OF THE BEST
POSSIBLE QUALITY AND HAVE BEEN PRICED IN A
MANNER WHICH ADMITS OF NO DISPUTING OF OUR
LEADERSHIP   IN   THESE  LINES.
FALL  IS  ALMOST  HERE.       NOW   IS THE  TIME  TO  BEGIN    PREPARATIONS   FOR   THE   COLD    NIGHTS    OF   WIN-   j
TER.       MAKE    SURE   OF  YOUR  SLEEPING  COMFORTS   BY
i 'i-.
BUYING   YOUR   BEDDING   NEEDS  AT THIS  STORE.
THE   NEW   LINENS    HAVE     ARRIVED,   BEAUTIFUL     IN
THEIR   SNOWY   WHITENESS.   EVERY  ONE  OF  THEM   READY   TO  GRACE   THE   FESTIVE BOARD
WITH    BEWITCHING    CHARM.       PRICED  TOO   IN   A   MANNER  WHICH   WILL   ENTICE  VOL (iyro
BUYING   NOW.
te
���
TV
f
Here are some prices which explain
our leadership:
50  DOZEN   WOMEN'S
GIRLS'   AND   BOYS'   HOSE.
35c   PER   PAIR,
3 PAIR   FOR   $1.00
A wi ek en i display of
new fall hosiery that indicates  a ten   of tlie geiiu_.iH
tea     in    our     lmn ���
stock.      Note    the   lines   at
r    -    special    pric.'.  35c, or
:: pair lor   $1.0.
Women's Kmbroldere d
Black Cashmere Hose In
several colors of stitching;
sizes S 1-2 to 10 iuclies.
Women.- Heavy Rib ed
Cashmere, wltj double heels
and toeg In fine ,,r heavy
ribs, size.- v 1-2 to 10 Inches.
Girls' and Boys' Heavy
Cashmere Hose with reinforced knees, toes aim heels,
several styles of ribs; sizes
6 to 9  1-2.
Boys' Heavy Worsted
Hose; a fine school hose
made from heavy black
worsted;   all sizes, 6 1-2 to
10  inches.
Children's Fine Ribbed
Cashmere; a complete range
of size.-- in tan. cardinal,
cream an.i black: Several
styles Including the famous
"Little Darling Hose;'' sizes
4 to 6 1-2 Inches.
Women's FI. lined Cotton  Hose;   also  heavy  plain
cotton   hose:   all   sizes.
See the special table display in the hosiery section:
all one price; 35c, 3 pair
for $1.00
APRON   GINGHAMS
A splendid assortment of
Arpon Ginghams, extra wide
widths, blue and wnite
check without : order and
stripes and checks with bordered edge. Prices from
per yard.   .   . .12 1-2. to 25c
A  NEW  SHIPMENT  OF
WHITE   FLANNELETTES
in all widths and weights,
30 to 36 inches wide. Prices
l,(,r yard 15c to 30;
BLOUSE    FLANNELETTES
Ai extraordinary showing
of Minis,, flannelettes In an
the latesl stripe effects,
plaids, checks, polka dots
and figured patterns in all
the popular shades of blue,
cardinal, in-own and paisley
patterns and Hghl stripeB.
Prices per yard  from  12!^c
to
.35c
Wrapper    Flannelette;    a
new lot of extra heavy flannelette suitable ror wrappers In brown, cardinal,
navy plai,] amd striped effects at per yard    35c
NEGLIGEE SHIRTINGS
fcn neat stripes suitable for
men's and hoys' shirts
wide and narrow Stripes
I>er yard 20c to 35c
STRIPED
FLANNELETTES
New fall flannele-t... suit-
a le for ninhi .owns, pyja-
etc, wid,.. and narrow
stripes, light an_| dark colors; prices per yard 15c
to 25c
Sp:cial showing of Blankets and Bedding in house
furnishing   d.p.rtnient.
BLANKETS
White wove Blankets, an
Sizes fr un $3.75 up.
A good serviceable Blanket, double bed Bize, in pure
white: a specia] at ... .$4.00
Others up to $9.00
We stoi'k a beautiful son,
pure wool rib.iket with
heavy soft knap in whlti.
and sroy only; sizes 6, 6, 7,
v an l 9 pounds; prices are
from $5.50 to $9.50
COMFORTERS
Big line of Comforters
with pretty assorted covers,
si/.'s 60x72, 66x72 and 7.x
7\ filled wit.i pure white
filling Prices $1.50 to $5.00
A Special line of Comforters���Celebrated Maish Comforters (American mad.),
With absolutely pure white
filling ami very pretty designs. Guaranteed to b(, a-.
good as any eiderdown and
about    a    quarter  tiie  price.
Prices    $2.00   to   $5.00
Eiderdown Puffs Sate:n
and Silk Covered In assorted
colors Paisley covered extra filled  in  red $5.00
Others from $5.00 up.
FLANNELETTE    SHEETS
in 1" I. 111. 12 I. white and
grey, pink and blue ..orders
Prices $1.25, $1.60 and $2.00
Flannelette Sheeting, 08
inches  wale  In   white    and
grey,  per yard   40c
Flannelette Cloth, 72 in.
wide i-i white only, suitable
tor  blankets,  per yard.$1.00
WINDOW  DRAPERIES
While  and   cream   madras,
���'in to 60 Inches wide, white
48 iiicl.e- wide   pretty conventional    design    at,    per
yard    40c
Cream, 04 inches wide in
stripes, floral and pretty
conventional    designs,     per
yard 40c, 45c and 50c
Curtain scrims and art
muslins, 10c, 1212z 15c and
20c.
Colored madras in pretty
combination of black ground
and red designs, brown and
black, etc., and the dull
pretty  shades,  35c,  50c  60c,
75c and    $1.00
72 inch Brussels curtain
net, plain white, per $-ard
only 35c and 50c
QUILTS
Whlti     ad i        i in all
1 Ize
White     Q    ���
from $1.00 up to   $2.50
Croch, ���   Quilts   white
sl_e,$1.25   uo   to   ...     11,63
r,>l"r" :    .     '    I        $1.00 up
tO    $2.25
Bpei       price ki at
eai I $1.00
TOWELS
Nev, ..   we had
such  valu     li
Sj :��� ndi 1  Turk;-:,  towels it
I oth   brown
special ..   25c
Per pair  50c
Extra      heavy
brown  and white 1..      J5:
To     hotel     and     ��t ������:.-
bouse  keepers  we oiler ex-
ceptlonal    values   in lues
towels and Unena of all kinds.
Our large st<       1
to supply all ��������� ������: ���
moment's notice.
TABLE    LINEN
7_  inch    table linen, pure
bleached. Bmall des
so    polka    dots,    pei   : ������"���
only     ...   $1.25,  $1.75 $2.00
Napkins to match.
66   inch    ditto,  ditto, per
yard 75c to . '=
SNAPS   IN   UNBLEACHED
LINEN
60-in.  wid,. Regu; ir 65c Y
now    50c
60-in.   wide  Regular >-'c Y
now ...45��
6ii-in. wide Regular 60c 7^
now    ...35c
Table   Felts   ir -  ':
red.     preen,      blue,   i)'aotc'
white and terra cotl 1
SHEETING
Large stock o:' both ":ii:''
and    unbleached      'p'
\\'v cam recomn
sheeting  1,ought  from   ���-
we  carry    nol;
good old    rellabli   kind, '
sheeting from 25c a yard up
PILLOWS.
do ��'11
Both    feather    anl
and   also stuffed    with ����
floss from....  $1-00 to $3.iw
PILLOW SLIPS
Special value in l"'n,i'
stitched pillow slips. Fins
English cotton and ��'on��
any time 35c each; selii".-
now for, each  . ��� ���   	
Large stock of plain Earned slips and sheets ��.-��
In stock.
W. S. COLLISTER X CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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