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 PIRE
|NSUBANCE
��&___��_:
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
WESTMINSTER    II.   C,   FRIDAY  MORNING   SEPTEMBER 17. 1909.
_>l/��E 4
COMMISSIONERS   APPOINTED
II ll     v''" ^^^^H irtci-ii    i^anawo    an
[INl  lUUillHl   zette to hand contain.
To   lnvestig.it;     Trade     Relations  Be
tween Canada and  Indies
lb,-   ('aiiv
 th...   fo!-
notice:     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i     The   king   bas   l>e>���i   please,!   to   ap
point  the Bight  Honorable Lord  Bai
BOARD Of TRADE
AND SEA CHANNEL
ARREST Wife Of
MURDERED MAN
PLEASED   THE   AUDIENCE.
Knight     For     a     Day     Productive   of
Large   Number   of   Laughs.
A   rather   b< a        au Hence   grei ted
the appearance ol the comic opera A
Knight for a   Day,  im  this  cltj   yes-
erday evening.     The production was
FIVE CENTS Pl-      -OPY.
ART OF MAKING| ~
I     GOOD CITY! OADS
PUUH  '" notice:     Knight   tor  a   Day,  in  this  cit;	
|    The  king  haa  bean  pleased  to a -                                                                                                                             terday evening.     The production waa ��
point the Blghi  Honorable Lord Bai- <��     .   <-���       it i i   f    f.ivp!Mr<s   Trojan HpI.1 nn C.���,,nj. oriKlnated a8 a hoi    weather attrac- Major .Shepherd Deli. _._ In-
Rniite to Eburne four of Burleigh, P.C.K.T., the Hon-|onort oe__101.   iieiU   LO tjive | ivi!..  _l0__dll ntlU on OUSpi* tion  in  New   York and calls for the J             ���
f E. K. AUUL                          orable      William    Steven.    Fielding       ...         ���       ,                   T       , !        .       T,      ,      T) ..         ,   XT      minimum amouni of intellectual exer- fprpa__n__   Af._r._a���Tn  Hp
.     ^ Ru Middle (MiniBt-r of Finance of the Dominion     lime I'or Lecture-Lord     cion By the Police at Na-Ue.    Thee -ui,   which   was the iu__iing A_a_e_-    io ue
j_. tv- '���" orable      William    Stevens    rvv,
.   '   n   /.___._ BV Middle  (Minister of Finance of the Dominion
Ifl'jilBeOpeneu l>\ <)f (..m.i(1.11  Ul(. Honorabie   wiuiam
ofXext Week
.��   nexi   wee .  ���''-
tlw date Has "��<____________T
Patereon (Minister of Customs of the
said Dominion), Sir .lohn Poynder
Dickson l'o> inl'T, Hart., D.S.U .1
P., and Sir Daniel Morris, K.C.M.G .
to' be oommiBaionera to enquire int<
the
Northcliffe Invited.
naimo.
Nanaimo,  Sepl    ll      'We  the jury
������!_: '��� Eburne Une tween   the   Dominion   Of   Cana!.,   and
,.;v ..���_ west- the West Indian Colonies
ST, _i operatl '   '���   N                     Hls Majestv bus also been pie
V           . .,-..   affording an (o    appoW    Hubert    Russell Cowel
��!ltr " ,.������    traveler,   he- ..- .,     ,,    a     to   lie   secretary   io  the
^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^ I'r, -nip.it   .1.   A.   Lee   occupi.-d the
���.   commissioners   to   enquire   Hit ,,Y" ,   , _____________________���
bn    of    trade  relation -  :i!    ������" monthly meeting ol the [Appointed to Inquire Into the cause of
 ,_,._   ..,  r, ,     ,;i,i .���,.,,,,  (l,  trade   last    <"������<"����� -__l_��_th ���t  ii,.,,��  n.,ri^-
most attractive thing about yesterday's production, wns rather seamy.
but the Individual units composing it
were passable, and so long as they
occupied  the stage the audience had
mo    kick    coming,     The    principals,    . ,,        ,,., - ..    h__
however,   wiii,   the exception  of  the claUve   """"'"'V  tor   his   lecture   on
Taken For Drive in Surrey
Major Shepherd had a more appn
oii'f   for   traveler.  uc"pEsq.,  B.  a.,  to  be  secretar.
���y . ,a  relieving aforesaid commission,
freigh. and
,,   vi_  Central
it wa. Intended to have .<"e
h ���������"������������-   ���
mm delays
leen '-������
��� :���
	
^^ '-tenUt-'U    IU    _.<a,ac
laj   next.   bOt
0f    various   k*��l|s
Zviited'tlie o&minz  on   that
FLYING CABLE BREAKS
LABORER. NECK
 ^^^   itmeron
D. S. Curtis. W. H. Oilley K Goulet, .1, N Irwin, i B Kennedy, L.
B.   I us :���   Aii.-ii-  Munn, W.  G.   Mc-
core after encore waa called,
FINE (IIIZENS FOR
ASSAULT BN DETECTIVES
iin   il.  Schaake. T.  H.  Smith. W.  I
r_s  Every   Hour^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M
^ '       ,.  ������_ of tiie   Joseph   Hrastel.  Employed  on   Donkey t-     \V!ii"-   and  the  secretary,  C.   H
',n'^     -   - ' I Stuart Wade,
,        mager of tne
o     the   B.   tr-
. ,   which   the
K'wlli   "e   in operation
"    authorized   pe statement
would       ewrj  how**
.  making the trip
;, r.        i or the  same  time
Engine at Coquitlam  Farm,  Lost
His  Life Yesterday.
,pb Hrastel,   an    Austrian, em-
evening.      TheFJeatb ol  Augusi Carlson ol  Nanaimo  loV"comedian, were no huge success. r<jad maWn8 ''ast evening before the
board  suspended    their    business  to hav. agreed    that  the    said   Vugusl      'ri"' Li;,u> Girl '" Hhl" BOn8 made  board of trade than the former occa-
a big bit  with tbe audience, and en- sion  on  the  previous evening.     For
a couple of hours be dlsouSBed the
matter in an Interesting manner, and
answered a number of questions deal-
ing with the construction Of roads
both iti the country and town.
He spoke at the outset ol the
growl,i of lnteresi In the subject.
When he ti rst began in speab on the
mallei- in various Oniurio towns he
oould not get in and.ence to take
the slightest interest, now that bad
���been changed. Material progress In
the improvement    of    the roads had
  i|been  made  throughout   Canada 111   re-
  ceni   years.      The   questions   before
them were to provide skill, d men, ami
Ingersoll, Ont.. Sept. 16.���The trial  ���  ,���,,,���,,. ByBtem ol  carrying out the
of the elghi  local men charged with work.     The states or Massachusetts
hear Major Shepherd on "Road Mak-j Carlson came  to bis death on   Mon-
in,:," and the balance of the business [day,  September  13,  by  the hand  or
will be taken uj> nexl Thursday. bunt!- of some person or persons un-
Those  presenl   were George  Bmall |nown,   and   therefore    eg   leave   to
-,-   _    ,.,.... ,i.,,c    p   bring  in  thi-  optn   verdict."
"���""���'"   dent>-   '���  B- Annandale,  1.     Si]r,   wafl ,hi,  V(.nlh,   xy.wy.^  1)V
0.   Bllodeau.  .1.   Crean.  J.   Cameron, ,,,,. ,,,���,���,.,���,. Jury   ia,t  evening after
having   heard   the   evidence   bearing
On the  murder    o*    August   Carlso.i,
,        ��'bich   tiKik   place     in    this  City   on
Quarrle N'els Nelson, George E.  ��,r*JMo_d
iy night last
Long   Diiiberation.
From 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
until 9:30 last evening the evfd nee
__^_W_^_^_^_^_^______M_M   I Was resulted in the ver-
The   River   Channel. (Jj(.   ftg aL)OVe_
The  principal matter, which  came j    immediately  Up0n the jury's retir-
un,  ami   was   quickly   disposed   Of  on   ^     Chief  Crossao  entered   the  room
_a      a\.���       1...,. hraif ����� ,1 _       t ll P
accouni  of  the  late    hour,  was  the w��ere the wife of the murdered man
      __    . .        .question of the river Improvemeni in  was  waiting and    Informed  her sin-
ployed on one (>* the donkej  en_lneB|vjew 0f the framing of the federal es-
Prominent     Ingersoll    Men    Who
tacked   Spotters   Appear   in
Court.
At-
assault in connection  with  tbe attack   and  New  York  had  spent  large  sums
^^^_ med  n^ snfH provincial    inspector    Ayearst of newt years,      in Ontario    thej
would  be   held  Oa suspicion  and  BOt|r^  th    tw��  detectives   Corrian   and;had  found  much  difficulty  h^systein-
Mrs.    Carlson    replied:   -All   right,  Kansome.  as  they  were ieaving .the jatiBing Jto work.      The county coun-
U"A ��,Ver i,_!  at the asvluni farm at Coquitlam, was Umates for  l'al".      The following res- l^g^^ t0 ieave the Jail. ._ ,,_    .     rnBV WHr���  __,_.���_,��     _��� _ _, ���                  .
The time of lea\ing na�� k.]Wa  vt;���.rdiiy  ,,v a flying cable. olutlon   bad   been    drafted Tnat     Mrs    Carl80n    replied:   "All  right,   ^i1"""'..',/.;  \I\- I  after John ells had  trouble  in  harmonising the
The donkey engine on which Hras- tb'js joard of trade luviti    the special  M|.   Cros8an>"  bul immediatelj   broke     '" *" Norn_K_Ue' hotel     had ideas   of   the   various   municipalit.es,
te)   was   working   was ibeing   used   to a:;-,.thn  of the  premier and  I��mln- dow_ am, wept Hayes. oi   "    ��� ,     ' .     selling and it wa8 only recently that general
pull  stumps    from the    hillside, and j,,,,  government to the urgein neces-      ���.,.,._  .,,���   ;���-..  -_,���������a.,i    ..,,  n��i Ibeen nnea ��iu   aaa cu���� _  j _,__    ������������,,,��� ,���.  ���.iH��� nrn_ti__  had
ira _eii In s ic    a  manner as
Jr. service   be-
i Vancouver and   Eburne,   the
ij-: ,',"''  thuV"T   was    engaged     upon    a    particularly   sl,y   o!   maKing   au   uy. ���  .'��""���'   ��-1 verdict   making   no   Qirect  cuarge   ��w|"VaV  i,,,.rP.f   tod-iv
[fl   ���   ��� Bbunie   route           .   on    ���,1)e_    the    block  through  the nexl session of parliament tor the  to ,he murderers of Carlson, the evi-  Y AAA A   ���ir,-,Yi
hillside,  and   i(lll   government   to  the  urgent   neces-      UillH,   the  jurv   returned    an  open i \'t't'n lln',f. *,'." ���   license   created   In-  plans   suita.le  for   wide  practice  had
particularly  si,,   01   making   an  appropriation   at verdlc,   making   no  direct  charge  as   "i'1'';   '',.';.   ;o(,av     Kverv     avail-  been introduced.
_._,,,,.,,���  cn the hour, and ^^^ the cable attacne^ to the stump establishment of pe
EbrStevi          leaving on tae wd   suddonly  broke.      The cable the mouth of the Fi
Hhour.    It Is not expected  uhw vhh.h hail Ul.,.u objected to Immense ,,,,..  the  channel,   ;
��will':-       '   v  traffic on tne Immediately   Hew    bK.se.  one ,iver to the largest
>rmanent works at
_     avail-  been Introduced.
.       -      -_   deuce   adduced   wa��   so   daniagiug   a*  illch of  accommodatbu   in     the
Fraser river to con-  ���,,,._���,. , b     ����� ��.fc        ,<m,t  room  wis oecin, oil Town  and County  Roads.
.      character   as   to   cause   the   police   to  coun room was occuii.eu. �� /
.,. _ .  ,_.,_.     . .. . .     ���_ ,    ,''~~""������1""^   '""   ^    and   ()',en ,up   u,e  arrest the   widow   of   the murdered      Charles Cannon, the ArBt defendant,      Perhaps the reason way the provm-
i* iome months,  but  by  next "tram   hnmedlately  new    loose, one  rlver l0 tht, largeBt ocean go__g ves- ��^ |^dlately pleaded  nol    guiliv.    The    two    de- dal  government    had    selected  him
la Bnticipated    that   the en(l of it catching Hrastel across the sels ������ , - tectives, in  the course of their    evi-1 was that thev  had  laid down  model
-��...   .      ing good business.     ,neck1n such a way as to dislocate It,      The   resolution   was   withdrawn   at-; Damaging Testimony. Idecc. positively  identified  Cannon  as roads at the .MacDonald college, near
. causing  Immediate  death. ter   a   brief   discussion   and   referred;    The most damaging testimony  was'one of  thg  men  who  bad taken  part Montreal,  to  demonstrate   to  visitors
F,ve Stations Selected. Hrastel   had'been  at  the  W<*k  on  to   th(,  spvt.-ial     river    committee   to given  by  .Mrs.  Carlson  herself  when  ln the melee.    Cannon    denied    tais.'and the students the best way ot do-
Ia-;-v   then   ire only five sta-,the farm for some time, but little is  draft a resolution for approval by the umitr    .cross-examination    by    Chief but the magistrate Imposed a fine of lng this Important public duly. They
S lew Westm'.n- known  ol  his antecedents,      He was-fooard,  after    consultation    with   the [Crossan.   whui   she   was    confronted *2fl   and costs  or   two   months-    1111-.sought  in  the  college  to  show  what
being at the unmarried. [resident engineer, department of PUb-jwiuT the   _lood-stal_ed    piilow-sllpBlprisonment.
id a    the crossings of     Mr.    Murchie went   out to get t.ie;Hc works, G, A.  Keefer. to ftnd out tound  b>-  the police  in  the  Car.son     Oeorge   Bower   bartender   at    tbe
mote  important   roads.      Other  body yesterday afternoon, and it will  how work wa_ progressing. nomt., I Klrwin   House   the Second  defendant
to will be added   fron,   time   tc -be  viewedI   :.y   the ������''l tl^ll Distinguished Guests. |    The   pillowslip     admitted   by   Mrs.  also pleaded not guilty. As in the flW
it  is uncertain yet  wnttner or ��� ._._   Carl^u  l0  llav    ben ul he    bed  the I case, the two detectives testified thai
  ,   A,0v���r^ffl  V      Ji,   NVw   West   -""���'   '"   'ha   m"r"Pr   ��a-   fo'""'   the   Bower   assaulted     Corrian.       Bower
��� mus; na* ueeii  uu...,  v,.���.  _. | Lord   Northcliffe   to  visit   New   west
Son. Arm road,  the  nearest   of   MAY   BE   ACCIDENT i minster   when   on   the  coast.
I  Will    JC    naaaayu     a. w.	
��� operation Bhowj them to be lng.
testfv.   a:    present    only    one not an inquest will be neb!
Hit j  o has been bu'.lt, that at	
U WVU      44J      ina,,-      _^����     va.     ---. ��
?ht of  the  murder  was  found  the  Bower
Richard
"  ��       nl" it   ol   tne   n  11 ner   ��as   iuu_u   iur ��~      .      - ,, .      ,,,,, ,_
All K following the murder by the po- denied   striking   anyone   and    0   -r
A B�� in a  sacK of chicken feed  In tlie witnesses   for   the   d. 1. 1 t J -
AYlIn^si   of   the   home..    The   second ^ ^��L "I^.AA III ill
';ny blows, but Bower was also fined
|20 and costs or two months.
The other defendants, .red Harrow, Chas. Barrow. Ewart Bell, \\U-
lam McLean, William Murray and
Daniel McMillan pleaded guilty and
wer each fined $10 and costs or two
months in jail. There was no demonstration.
9.U  unconscious,   and   wa
ti., hospitl for treatment
jib .Is.     .
il     '��� .1   	
Road   ..   ���
.. Ken   Road     . .    ��� . .
�� North  Arm  Road...
-. 	
Through   Rich   Country. �����_-. ">���>
:- luestlonably. passes t),e night.
t'-.     ��� most  fertile areas	
��� *. province, but much of  it   has town LOOKS ON  WHILE
hurried  to the
The wound on
Continued on  Pa^e  Six).
HI Au.M\-T litTIINIi
.1 VICTORIA FAIR
4 2  a stone or a rivet, or it niigm  have gary  Improvement    ot    the  road  o*
T(  H"u.ed  bv a fall.    Doctors oper- tween   'He   Sapperton   train   te......
'Ii  at^d upiti  Snowden's skull  this after- ;l���d the Fraser WU. office  to-SiA the
noon    to  relieve   the   pressure  on tne new   bus run by W. W. "��Oer, a
Inl. hu, say he cannot live through ,;, ^is^k^gjo im.^c.^The
,,,Vne Distillery road.     When this Is
don" Mr. Fisher will double the pres-
^ lent service, and put on a new bus.
BOOZE  FLOWS  IN  GUTTERS Serpentine  Channel.
with   the  de- ting-room.
No Sign of Scuffle.
From the fact that nothing was
disturbed in the room where the body
of Carlson was found, to show signs
of a scuffle, and that the bloodstains
are on pillowslips admitted by Mrs.
Carlson ^^^^^^^^^^^^
is   not   ge
evidence poY_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
'been murdered In his bed, the body
afterward   being  removed  to  the  slt-
TWENTY   ELECTROCUTED
AT OTTAWA   FAIR
Ottawa,  se,,..   18.���Twenty    people
received severe electric shocks at the
exhibition grounds today owing to an
pillowslips  admitted   by   Mrs. ~"�����     ;tlK. NasBer airship, which
to be hers, the burglar ����T ���^.' lts  flra,  ...cent.      The  pro-
generally    believed,  and   t_e ' of  (he alr_,)lp    became  entan-
poinis   to  Carlsons    having '             0ie_t_lc wires, rubbing off th-
Elk    Lake,    Se,���.    m.-lnspector |    The correspondence    wxm w �� ��        -^ ^^ u> m.lkc several
Blackwell,   Haileybury,  mi  Const; ible ; par,ment of marine.and ���""*��    lhe otller iirre_,s of acquain.ances of the
Calbeck, Cobalt came oa last nights regur,i    to the   ^Prov^enr\       waS mUrdered man and his wife who are
boat to destrov condemned liquor. At channel of the Serpentine        1 _USjiettt.d  of  knowing  all  about   the
_rtS B-"=?5JS ?g ^ eg*,-a .��3-35 ^"- ���	
�������� s:
valued   lit   fifteen     huiulrei     ua.na...  naa   rK_n.>   ="-- -- h
SSW- em* *<�� *-B J ;'����;X.! ..r.Y',S. t-
.,r���,-i..i   white all the town looked
*_  Urge   council   to   Stop   the   JJWJ/JJ ^Z(.a frolu Mr. Tru
Do*ntown   Book,   and   Sweep- of   the   Mint   Hotel.     Someone   -._ei        	
singing the doxoiogy, and some of Ue  report, an 1 I a dd-me .  .
Latta-MacKenzie.
On Wednesday   evening
at  Knox
wed-
l/_lia. 1       .,,       , __      ���	
gled in electric wires, rubbing off the
nsulation, and when people rushed
to the assistance of the aviator they
were electrified,
Several were removed to the hospital in an unconsnlou. condition, and
Edmond Katting of Belleviie died as
a result of the shocks lie received.
RAILWAY   COMPANIES
MUST   ANSWER   CHARGES
*"���"_���(__-_      ""       	
was right  Up-to-date  m  everything.
He had found ln the course of his
travels a certain amount of rivalry
between the cities and rural districts
as to the responsibility for maintenance, lf they only gave it thought
tliey would See that good roads meant
good markets, and the distribution ot
money by the country people in tho
iowns most convenient of access. It.
was a curious fact that some of the
worst county roads In Ontario were
close to Toronto.
The old system of patiunasters had
heen all very well in the early days,
but It was -tn obsolete practice, and
should be removed for more modern
systems. The practice of statute
Ubor had not been found to answer
as well as It should. Good . >ad-
muking maohknery was of the greatest value, the lecturer advocating the
Aveling Porter roller for steep streets
jllke those In Westminster.
Une  of  the  mistake,  made  by   the
'early road builders of Br Ush Coltim-
Ibia  had been to make the roads too
narrow.      He had  noticed   this  time
;i_nl again In driving i-ound th,, country.      He hoped that in the constrtic-
tConttnued on   Page Three).
ALBERT. TOWN BUYS
OWN LIGHTING PLANT
-Several  offl-
and rail-
stakes.
deijnle'n instructed by Capt. Qaudin the p^y^^" church,  a pretty  wed-1    New   York( s,.pt.   18,
nf .he  Mint  Hotel.    Someone fcegau  Dominion  representative,  to  "����"*��� dlng i0ok place when Miss Chri.tlne dal8 of 8teamshlp eompani�� -��*������-- I
of   the   Mint ^^ ^^^ o| a .   repon   an.  had  done B0   slnCv which   w*^ MacKenzie, daughter of George 'ls of the  Dnlted States have been
cr,.wd   collected   the   beer   trom   tae  no action had bean taken. MacKenzie, was  married to John Lat-  Bubpoaaaed to appear in New YorK,_on
SSW���a .��.  ��� �� em. emmm. -y;.yryy,.t, Zf'f S Rg- ,";Y",^rYY! JS.WS
_ p-��, -_?_. p.:*.,-.��;Y_'a. ���,,!":::: Y'Y-Y-y- ff " ��� * "'
of    the    Vulcan    Iroi     \\��rks,  wn     i.uajr.
Lacombe  Passes Bytaw to  Raise $25,-
000   For   Establishment  of   Municipal  System.
Laconnbe,   Sept.   16.���Bylaw   N".   I I
provido  for  the   raHing  or  |26,000
ec-
la*-..,. ...     '   the protest, of the ����_! SS.  ^SS In'orandrlew,
JAPANESE   PAY   TRAIN
and the Sound cH.es, ^r; wUl  and a rigid enquiry
piuss their honeymoon.      On tu.-ir re
���Wmbertt ;,i ;' -',"v I11"���'" ��i l"c  turn   thev   will   reside   i
���fc*iu��  ji ;.'::. " "UUl-��n   a,Ud   l".   Vancouver.
lng Y .. in council meet-  .	
city soY   :   ;     *lYlemii    l��  Ule. BANDITS   HOLD   UP
r.soU_i,A   i:   _______   Emitted     a ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
!_-_-������ ���"' ���"������-"'\ at  yesterday morn-': ' ��� _,.,   p^rres-
5i'���B",el-"t of ** Ministerial as- Canton, Sept. W^��f3s
E\ '" '"'��� etwt that the associ- pondence.-The government pa> t����
proti, s "'-taniluousliy raaolved to of Japan was held up recentk anout
|Gi- in
tion^r,.     -
. , ���   resolved   to 01 Japan was __ia    .   ���     ���       .
against the allowance of bet- ten miles from Kow Chow on the aii
connection  with    the    horse tung-Mukden   railway   and   r".be,��nUe
ntaig annual lar. nearly  thirty  thousand  dollars.
Peary Took Many
Observations at the Pole
a ���t   16��� these  paper,   and  Prof.  Marvin
Battle Harbor. Labrador, Sept. 16.     ^ ^
took
less  to  Cape  Kay
,���,. viarconi wireless to ^��i^ *-" 1 -when within a distance of 125
v ,. .-commander R��bert B' Pear> nilles from tbe pole the third obser-
N   F->-^mm^ concerning   his  vll���o���   was   made  by   Capt.   Bartlett,
today   talked   further^ con ^ ^^ the _ecords ftnd cer.
HO    ^^^H ... . ��� j. _       ��_ _���* n ter* _ n _r    *.__*'*
��� ....ucw.nuag annual iar. n__ny   tuna.   -__.."��.._  --      nndeav-_____ to the  North Pole.      H"   **el'  a"Iol'at*eB in duplicate, he retafcilng one
^Z?\\^*m<>**^\0n*oa^l^*mtAaW Cllrly     upon    the   observations UIHas   n      p The ^ d
'     UldCe     hurt     !,__-      J__l��� j      II      nr   aaa   -r_��,-a��a    thp    tljlv   CaT. | partlC-1��"'J . . _4     UafTV     '.   . .   .. .. ., .    ���.^^���   mHilp
u��tlnr, >--ai.u  01   oilier  sia-   ..nt- ,������_,
le6^1 _n_ ,h   h'"1  beeD   declared   11- or to protect the pay car.
feqnertsd als    M'nlstertal association'    The tn
��� ���r ���-r rvorticularly    upon    tue   ..-��� ^t ftna v lne 0_u.i.      mc ...uu ---
otect the pay car .particiiar > ^mef,ts  of  Harry       ,    * t-nese observations were made
'^te,i alSo 17 r- ���aeon,     ���-e-  Jata   . a spec a 1 one l^eJttie taken  B*d *�� ���������� Ha. n e^ ^ ^^ flve
��PPn��.<i^__^_ 8teP�� ..^ taken to carry   only   Important j", f*��    f j wWtn.y, the -^anof *f      ^ ^ pole ���
ven, Conn.,   who has been ���� ,    ���Wepe  ther  more  than  one obser-
tne bearer of records suostantiat ^Mm takf|_    ^    the ^    and  by
^prbs^,,, I    luu stel��^ '���� taken to  carry   only   Important   nv��s
*ZSEtaF*1*��**- al t^ fair. The  money for the thousands of ^^l
.e reported IhL.0,alled  a,tt��tion    to rushing the   work  on   the      �� m __,_,,,._ _        .AiTation taKin    at    me y����?.    -��,  -,
? anrt    I UeKal i'0"l selling lu tbe special car in the rear of the p-��y a. the                          Cook._ c]aXm to whoin?, the explorer was asked
"Second      ?Vlm* sw<-epstakes was  filled   wkh   K'"!r(ls ^ ,,1 n .   the to�� Dr   Fr   ZAI*    nole    April W.     "There were eevend observation..
,. .....'.^ted from time to tlniv  gands   succeeded   In   '"ir"" ,U"\bour' havtni?    reached the    pote he  replied.      "And  I took  them  al
���-."bee   ,.'h"   l*wa. ********* *���A��  ���,  a"_  &tteAA.T I 'tram 1908.             .,   . _fc��� MoB. Drlor to 'myself.       They    all    agreed       Yo
uc. .=�� r -.    -       thlrt���    "pn The   town   an   efflcitnt   water   power
of  the  detective  bureau   thirty   men   he   town water Ught
were arrested and locked up Ug gj1*^^ Bte���_ auxiliary plant
night to be kept in custody unUl t��      ��, ��   1        ���
departure of Preslden.1 Taft. tftM Uj J.J^Sg-, fW the sum of 125,000.
viBtt  hi    Chicago    today.      M��ti w s<  y _f the
th��_e arrested are known to J1 iSd^ Co accord ng to their book
fessional pickpockets.     "he order In- Blndmanto., ac ��        .^ acre_
Btruoted the detectives to waah 'or J^JJ^J^ h^uBe> maChlnery clr-
professlonal crooks and P'^P��^^ �����_! and fixtures etc. Is $_ti.57t. The
Uo would prey upon the largo cuU and '^^ ftnd'all thi8 ^ corn-
crowds gathered to watch the parade ��n����j  ^ ^  ^ amount o��
t0da&e.t Wave Strike. San Diego        (the bylaw.
San  Diego, Cai., Sept.  16-^^
tag yesterday's temperature of 99 at
SI local weather bureau, the warm-
est ln twenty-six years.     Loca   Fore   ���
caster Carpenter predicts today s he     ���
will break all taown records m San *
Sego.      At 9:30  the mercury  regis- ���
Yesterday'. Baseball.
""s evil h��� . ".������*  "���e   law   regarding guarns  car anu   anc.   "������������--."    rraiTi '1.08 ������        _rin, to; mvself.        They    all    agreed.
"���::.;                    "i and thus an at twenty miles they stopped the   t��n 190^   ^ flve observaUons prio^      S";ind-rstanyd  that the pole  Is a
nty ,, ...,               n,,.|,. !o clear the and took the booty, leaving t.i    *"��h         hms t.he pole" Commander-V theoretical lnt,     without     length,
^ md its attendant evils, who rode hi the pay car, shot thj   *  \t          ^        them  were  made^   &             h   ^ thlckneg9      ���_ actuai lo-
  the  heart.     This   ls  the   -��   ^\elll i worked out by the lata WU^ ^ catlon deDTOds upon the accuracy of
�� I_nL|5ted '" L��nd0n'
116,1   I8W.M0 8n?��k    exclla"Ke   has  m'en't  f.
.   �� a 4 1-2
Th
li.-tei.
British
Legacy for College. ���   Abeuleen     2
London      Sept.     16.���Kev. G.   A.  *>   Ta-oma     '
pin_  neiu ' wor.^u "<���- -��       __���j  ittvnii_atp ns��- ttiu." u^iiaifuaao  -j/aaaa ��� -���   .- ��v. i lnnpn  of    Debham,   Essex, has on 1 ��� w \ n
e govern-1 Marvin,  who  P"Pa��d^gSl the the Instruments    employed    and  the J���e*oI    ueo        ^  john,g coUege ���
���      a  D0 !. "0 it to ords in each ^fflX        Tf guard conditions  under  which  the  observe- f���^1" ������������������ ���!.__________���
now sending a poss*      ,-_id' dunlicate     certiflcates.        ��" _��.  ���f H���no ar^ tftkftll ������ tat wmu._. 6.
who are aj-    ;u "
stance  recent'.^   of  trains
" hebl  worked out by the late *���J�� wc. cfttlon de|JTOdB .���p0n the accuracy of
-    __Y     _ the govern- i Marvin,  who   prepared  ��"P"~l|d the the  Instruments    employed    and  the
up In northern China and the t,over^ ,11^ ^ ^ and *_y ����nea     fl condltloM  under  -���  ��������-  �������-������'_-
1   n��      a a        ��� ment  Is now  sending a P'^e .nmlicate      certificates.        ��"   ��      .   . taken."
<    a 4 1-2 per cent, round up the brigands, who are *ald,����  aCcident  I  took  one set       tion3 are na
���l Hailway debentures.' ,0  he  Manchurlans. ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^
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nieirO At   ��;ou   m_   iuv.av.--j         -      wv. .
tered"98 at the weather  bureau and ���   Sopkane	
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   MEWS.
FRIDAY.   SEPT:  .
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pi- t:?
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WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL    ESTATE PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sei! a   fifty cents and did not let the  people know anything about it, he vsou'd not sell any.      You  must cell the people what you have to sell, why they
thing of the value you offer them pn return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that te:ause we have been a long time  in  bus,-ess  everyone must -
wares.       Use   the   advertising   columns of The Daily  New. and  keep abreast  of the times.
shou'd    pur-.hase   fre
Of  n cessity   know   all   a
li
WANTED.
WANTED���A  GIRL FOR  GENERAL
ho..- P. H
. ���   .       ...
��� ���   -     i ".	
WANTED���A   STJRSE    GIRL
_rs. D ��� -    1:  -
. :       	
WANTED���FOUR   OR   FIVE   R
c '''. -������   furnish I    :. I      Lord   Ki .
72.   Prince
-.VAN TED���TO
nit  ed   .
t C-_____2-��->
HOUSE  TO   RENT.
TO   RENT���SEVEN-ROOM    HUlbt.
with I ath,  ... : ��� r month.     A
Mowatt street, 2 10 Eleventh street.
c&rss&nmn G___-__^ )^TJ_.^____^
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT. GROCERY.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
RENT,      A      FUR-
a     :   Me v  Office.
WA.XTED���THREE OR FOUR G
��� . s in B.C. Cigar Favor,   at once.
WANTED���A "SALESLADY      WITH
erienci        di.     goods.      Apply
William Hunter Co, opp. City Hall.
WANTED���JANITOR FOR SAPPER-
���:  school. Monthly salar.   _
pli al one received till noon of .T'i.
st      Robert   Le.ciie, secretary.
213-1L
WANTED���TO    RENT  A  COT!
: ir   man  and    wif,      c.    children:
shed    or    unfumishe 1,      with
���   --���     Api: letter I
11 'ice.
WANTED���TO RENT. 5 OR 6 ROOM
strlctl ��� ��� d !o-
-: :       '-. J. C liter,    P. 0     B i
214-2
LOST.
LOST���A    BLACK    POINTER    PUP
-.   .'��� v   -     street,    Pr d
noon.      Return to B. C. Cigar Fac-
��� 25 Columbi i
R.   T.   PRINCE���AUDITOR  AND
countant (successor to C. Ha::,
collections  and storekeepers-  books
of account a specialty; agent fo   th
Hall Safe Co.   Offlce: Room V. .
bly black, P. O. boi ; ���"
 ~
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRLAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. o
I lacks::.itli shop cn Eighth s'
Carriage b ' uilt, n   aired   i   I .
ed.      All  work  guarac:
BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-   COOKSLEY'S        PICTURE        POST
t nkA��n   OQti Th/.   P.i. __    ^'.'__ .rt ���,���:.     _. _.    /_*.     c:i!o        -. t      \f       \1 nr.-'Y n
WANTED���HEILP    AT  THE  FRUIT
cannery.      Tel. ol.j, 213-3
WANTED^HOUSEWORK^IN'FORE-
noon by Japaoese boy.     Apply Ja-
nese      Mission,    Sapperton,    or
___���_____ -14-:l
WANTED���SMART YOUTH FOR
��� fflce with knowledge of shorthand.
Apply  this offlce.	
ROOMS TO   RENT.
TO.    RENT���COMFORTABLE,   Fll-.
nished  bedrooms, rtrasona'v.   terms.
528   Royal avenue. 209-14
TO   LET ��� LARGE   FRONT   BUD-
room. 701 Agnes street  near L'arne-
gle Library. 2.7U-
TO RENT���LARGE FRONT ROO.M
suitable for two m-;n. Apply after
5 p.m. at 609 Trew street, near
Daily News Biock. 207tl
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply Till Trew
.treet.	
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY    TO    LOAN���1    AM    PRE
pared to advance mon^y to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply iir. a. D.
Buchanan. P. 0. New Westmlnste
LOST���AN  ENGLISH  SETTER  DOG
black and white.    Answers to na
"Duke.'      Fnder   please   return   to
p. W. Runacres, Til Queens Ave.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm  and  suDiirban  property,
26 - Columbia s:ree;.     	
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 1.6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 10'J.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. 0. Box
556,   phone  334.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM _
Irwin i. phone 49S. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan.   744   Columbia street.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT.   ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS.  J. A.   STANDISH.  AN   BXPE1
i-nced   and   first-class    dn ssmaker.
has op'-ned up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14. Smith block. 6.5 Columbia street.    A trial requested.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers. 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���no: pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
"phone 331. P. O. Box .2S.
The Pure Food
Su  plj Gn  :ery, P. O. Box 811,
LAND   SURVEYOR.
'.,.  N    DRAPER,   B.  C.   LAND   SUR-
iy, ror.     Ellard block. New    Weet-
ster, B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING   UP    250    FOR    HACKS  AND
smart   turnout.    The   Fashion   Sta-
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front New   west-
minster.     Manufacturers of m< I
saw and    shingle    mill machinery,
Mill   plants   and  specifications   prepared.
cards   are on  sale    at  M   Morey".
Store, J. G. Gamon s 'cl-
a   y  Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair.' Columbia street
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,  BARRIB-
,.   |    solicitors,   Westmin
Tru-t Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Ed    nda
SECO',1 .
WE   BUY
and    ..
hand goods
OfflCP.
���
STENOGRAPHY    _.   ryp^f
FREEMAN ,       .
lulchon f
' ��� IJ. Box p;m|
V. ADE WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C Wa Ie, K. C . A. Whealler. W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, , ��� ;.' Lome street, opposite
co'iv Ni Westminster,
i v. one    113.      Vancouver    offli es
20   tnd   21,   Williams  bulld-
H3  Gr ���*!������ llle  stret,  t-pirner of
Hastings street.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of motinmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guarair. ��� I,
Columbia str, et,   New  Westminster.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C
CUSTOM       -
Typewrit
lumbia streei
etters,    ��� t
-  o._c.|
th;
���TRES.
CRYSTAL   Tli -    ,. ���
bla     street. "   ' "
pictur...
on. attract! ��� y]
Monday. Wed . \.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES.
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
homo-grown fruit trees phone 445.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYIING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie ?t..
opp. Windsor Hotel.
.��� PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curt'.s
block. Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 61.
THE  ED _     . i.ty,   -     i
Colum, la 1
ring j ed/
Progra.v p
day and Fr: :
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledg-rs; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 142. Old
Dallv  News  Block, Sixth street.
FURNITURE
L HUDSON, WALL PAPER. ROU.M
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.  New  Westminster.
PIANO TUNING.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
TAILORS,
OALVIN, LA vl
loring.     A : J
Ing just In. making,]
ing and re]
block.    Eni .   r.lura.
and _04 Clark :. -���    Phone
IW.   E.
Dealer
cornei
Phone
FALES,   THE   FURNITURE PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND ROYAL CAFE  (Mrs. Archer   proprle-
er, Upholsterer and Under.aker, repaired by your local tuner, W, E. tress)       Four courses  consi-tine of
er Agnes and McKenzie streets, Martin,   Mus,   Bac,     city.       A   line sou;i,   fish    boiled   entree   or   roast
ne 170, night call 81. will bring him. pudding or pie, tea. coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER      \V00D\YUK|
Co.,  bank, office an. store
cabinet.  Btalr,    Bl   ireaaes, aid
and detail work.    Des:.-; ani
mates furnished.    .'   B -   -,
prletor.      Works:   C irner t"le|
and car line.     P. 0, boi .'jl
473.
Is   in
Fall Opening
Our  tailoring   departrrent    s   brim   full   of     all   the   "-"ewesf
Fancy   worsteds, tweeds and  surges,  direct    from   the     b.st  mill-
England  and  Scotland.      We  v,ouid    be    pleased    to show    you  our
stock.
All our work  is fashionably cut   and    we     guarantee   satisfaction
both   in style, fit and  price.
READY-TO-WEAR     CLOTHING   from  $6.00 to $25.00.
H. ROBERTSON. Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal    Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladi. s from $12V5
up.
Silver Wa-.ches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches,
Watch  repairing a specialty.
F.  CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
PLRJUKY CHARGE
OVER BRIDE'S AGE
N^gara    Falls   Man   Arrested   at   Instance  of  Father of Ycung
Girl Wife.
jtmfriendly  or friendly  In  the:r  tariff
relations with the United State-..
The new  board consist.,    of three
members as- follows:  Professor Henry
C.   Emery of  Yale, chairman;   James
: B.   Reynolds,   of  Massachusetts,   now
assitsant   secretary   of   the   treasury,
lt_d AJvtl H. Sanders .of Chicago, at
'present editor and  proprietor of  the
Breeders  Gazette.
In announcing the selection of this
new  board, authorized   by  the  Payne
  tariff   bill,   tbe   following     statement
,was given out at the ex��._utive offices
Niagara Falls, Sept. 1..���Shall Miss  tonight:
Florence   f|exton   continue  lo     keep :    "The president and the secretary of
hooe for her father   Vincent Sexton,  the  fe_s��ry   have  agreed   upon    the
....    j i    ' ._        ,,       ��� P'an   tnat  these  three   gentb-rnen   are
of   Stao'tord,  or  become  the   wife   of  ,., ���,_���,,,,,,��� ,v    ,       .       ri    _
_ ... to constitute the t>oard and are to be
-���������������'   -    ���-"��������� " Q ��* No- a8�� given authority to employ such special experts a8 may be needed in the
I    The condition of the old  bridge is
not  considered    safe    for    vehicular
traffic,   and  the public  generally  are
cautioned  against    hauling   loads   of
;any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do ao after
this notice must take all thg risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd. 1909.
Victoria Avenue thU city, Is thfc question Magistrate Fraser will on Tuesday next be called upon to decide.
Sioat obtained a marriage license
on August 21 last. In hi_ affidavit
Sioat declared MU. Sexton to be 18
years old, and therefore of a marriageable age in Ontario. Now he is
charged with perjury. He was arraigned yesterday afternoon, and the
case was enlarged until Tuesday. The
father declares that the girl is but
16 years old, and say8 that he i8 the
only person qualified to judge, inas-|as t0 wnat salaries the thre commls-
much as her mother 1. dead, and theisloners are to receive. Congress ap-
birth records are all Jn England propriated the sum of |75.000 t. cover
investigation  of the  foreign  and  domestic tariff."
The announcement followed a con-
fernce thl8 afternoon between the j
pr. Ildent and Secretary MacVaugh.
Mr. Taft had left entirely lntheh���ids
of the Becretary, the selection of the
new committee, and today approved
the men recommended by Mr MacVaugh,
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Yan-
muver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le   daily  exe.pt   Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver 1
,m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday,
or Victoria.
S.S.  Trader will  leave  Victoria tor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves  New  Westminster oa   Wed
nesday.
m
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month tor Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
No announcment was  made today
Sioat saya that he made the affidavit on the Information furnished by
_is prospective bride. It i8 probable
that the magistrate will be compelled
to enlarge the case until he can send
to the birthplace of the girl and procure a certified copy of the birth
records.
salaries and expenses of the investigation of the commission.
APPOINTS  NEW COMMISSION
TO ARRANGE TARIFFS
Beverley, Mass., Sept. 16.���President Taft today appointed the new tariff commission, or board, which 1_ to
assist him ln the execution of the
new tariff law, with especial reference to applying the maximum and
minimum clauses to nations which are
Opera  House Bookings,
Sept. 18.���The Time, piaCe and the
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Days.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Oct. 13���Scottish Concert.
Oct. 20.���O.    Henry's    New  Opera
'I*)."
Oct. 28���The Climax.
Nov. 1 and 2.���Th-,. Shepherd King. |
Nov. 4.���Parisian  Model.
Nov. id.���Human Hearts.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
C S. A., and Mexico City, a general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Depoelte
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 p_r cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tnta'  Assets over $168,000.noo.00.
HEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE
S.S. Joan.
Leave  Vancouver  2  p.m.  dally,  except Sunday.    Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
| Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully re-
���freshing for Bath or Toilet In hot
I weather. For washing undercloth-
jlng It ls unequalled. Cleanses and
I purifies. w.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une li- and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vanco iver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
Por reservations and information
call or address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Sup-Hntend.nt  victoria.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCHOSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except Sinday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter lervlr.e.
For information apply to
J. II. ROGi-RS, Tmfflc Manager.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfe
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Domln.on Lands with
in the rallwa. belt In British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person wno is tiv- Sole bead of a famii.
or any male over 1_ yens of age, io
the extent ot on_-quarter section oi
lOu acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local laud office for the district
ln which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, he made on
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or els
ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one or the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ("or mother, lf tne
father is decas^d), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ol
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owne.
by him in the vicinity of his home-
rtead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land,
Six months' notice In writing should
b�� given to the commissioner of Da
minion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal   mining  rights  may   be lis the place to buy or BSll ""
leased   for    a  period of    twenty-on--   second-hand good, of any
year* at  an annual  rental of $1  pe.Ihave nearly
acre.      Not   more   than   2560   ncres
Bhall  be  leased  to one Individual  or
company.      A royalty  at the rate Ol
flve cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for. V
S. S. TRANSFl
Tht,   steamer   Tl will I
Brackman-Ker whatl   -verj wte|
afternoon, exc- pt S
for Ladner, Bte.       i and ��... l
Saturday  at   i   ;  ::: -    |
Westminster Satu        evening.
Returning,   leai      Sti ��� -    j
we��k ilay morning   except Frldi
Additional   trip   Monday moi
leaving New West)     ster al 5 a.|
This  schedule    subject   to clj
without notice.
For freight and passenger ratal
ply to ROBERT .lARD!. 1
Managi
Canadian Pacj
Railway Co
Three Trains Daj
WITH       FIRST-CLASS     PULLJ
TOURIST  AND   DINING CAi
Imperial Limited leaves at    9:05]
Atlantic   Express  leave. It "''fl
St. Paul  Express at   2:101
For reservations and other W""J
,lon aml_l
C B. POSTER. B. 001 bbi j
G. P. A.. Vancouver.    C.P   H
743
FRONT .STREET
argecai
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pioneer Limited,"    St.  Paul  to
Chicago, "Short   Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in  the service on    any
railroad  In  the  world that  equal  ln
equipment  that  of  the  Chicago, Milwaukee &  St.  Paul  Railway.      They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their  patrons  an excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder. Portland. Or
.   >   ' BJ   -   al  a    1   >
100 DOZEN Jill.
which we are offering for 40c I><
Thev are new.
We also have a splendli
Over Fifty Stuffed Bi*
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin  to t
have, but no matter
come here first.
Alex. SpecKl
SECOND - HAND   ST^
..lumbla St.
all
0   tt'U   .'""    #aB|
wiuit you * ���
"Man nn
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTI8E
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW
Westminster
Transfer COj
(.fflce 'Phone 1BS.     Barn 'PM"1
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   pfljM*
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Ha*
5 OFFICE-���-." ���>"" I
{,.-���! .icrR 17   1909-
THE DAILY NEWS
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PAGE THREE.
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FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25  per   Bbl.
r * HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. ,   Eb|
'- TERMINAL     $5.25 per Bbl.
__ HINDOO  FLOUR   .     ..  |4.50 per Bbl.
|j McQuarrie &Co..PLO
pm       FRONT   STREET.
til  you
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our
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|NEW WESTMINSTER.  B. C,
r to buy our   g
material-.,
0 ; iii'cir.ise the poorer    kind      We   can point    to
with     .    mate-
: er need   :'' I :i'rH-
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But I v     built of our
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ag to the arrest
barn..-    w_o
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tole    certain   artii
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LAND   REGISTR.    ACT.
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MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY
liuiiun PACIFIC
Ht, [oasi SS, Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
[.a. til p.m. direct
- .. ai   10  a.w..  and
|Y ...       ��� irday  at  U
1 Ma ���        Ivery Saturday
land���Second
J"v
I  . mox���Tuea-
T;:: . Saturday
IY���
I Su it 2 p.m.
I ROM NEW WESTMINSTER.
[���- Chilliwack
1 ni   ��� Stean .t      Reaver
re .. ��� a in. on Mon-
r Tv.: >da 1   Fri lay;   return-
I tares C at  7  am. on
ja_; 7: 1   Saturday.
I .:.- irs call  or  ad-
_ ..'IT   Agent,
N'ew Westminster.
" iter,
..-��� .. Ac-nt,
ouver,  {5.  C.
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
wmmmmmmmmmssmmmmmmmmsmmsaasmmmsma'
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCKS AN DEER, ETC.,
OPENS ON SEPTEMBER 1
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN. AMMUNITION.
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE. AS W AR CARRYING A FULL AND
COMPLETE STOCK AT LOW  PRICES.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Tendi v  are cai ���      ��� blow
ing v on -    .   .
aby:
I. Cutting hill oppi
I for a lei
proximate    quantli      ���      . .    .-Mon,
2,9
II. Cutting ���        t ..
'" i   toi   -   id in i'.i.. 117     : .
of 150 yards eacl .. ate 'i p in-
tity of ex    . in each, 12
yard- i
lil.   Constructing    cedai     culvert
and filling   In  the crei       al   I ie  1 I
and  2nd  trestl.    ridg. I   ...
ton   road,
Specifications   nnd   plans   ma
seen, and further Infon    I i tin
ed.   on   application   at   tiie   Municipal
jHall.
Lump sum tender, to be dellv ired
the Municipal Hall, on or before 12
o'clock   noon on the 24th inst.
FRED  I.   MACPHERSON,
Municipal  iv..       i
Municipal Hall. Edmonds, P 0.
Art oi Making
PAPER   MAY   MEAN
EITHER   JOKE   OR  TRAGEDY
Quebec,   Sept.   16.���A   report   from
Riviere Ouelle states thai a bottle wa_
ed up there a couple i    d    a ago
b:    Luclen  Martin of that plac i.    In
in" bottle w v ii pii ce ot pap i c -
taining  the following message:  'Nous
avons fail naufrage a 2i i11 mill. _
cots:  :; PrancalB, _ Bi Igi     l Sui
Europeena   du   theatre   De:    Vv
derrier.   le   Pere  Lachalse  de   Paris,
1909,  aunt."
The mes  ige w i i exe( !it" i In lead
111 and evidently doi
nol used to writing . It i_ now In
sip.ii   of   D.   Pare,    of    It -
Ou Up ,iinl then   i.  con Idi ra ile con-
��� <   ire a    to whel... r   i  v the work
of ,i joker or whether there ha_ real-
een a wreck In the vlcinli .
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
I. 0. (J. P.���AMI. Y LODGE, NO. .7.
The  regular  _       ���-   of tiii.-,  lo    ������
are held in Oddfellows' hall, <'��� I
Ida   Btreet,   ever;    Monday   evening
;it  s o'clock.    Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. sec-
fed City Roads
_
:__-as_! ________���
val Bank of Canada
I  v89)
!��. .-s
. .$ 4.700.000
5,400,000
.   .55.000,000
|': ^:   ���        -^ ���-,   accounts   soll-
iAVWGS SINK  DEPARTMENT
P' ���-. I :��� ,  Exchange and
f1""" -  ..'ought and sold.
f -fleeted.
Ife We:
-   B   C.   Branch,
F  SHUTE,  Manager.
t___ ';I^
New Methodl
I have commenced a NEW METHOD in tailoring, hitherto untried  in  New  Westminster.
The great advantage of tin, NEW METHOD will enable me to
sell you the same high sr ade goods for which I have always bean
noted at much lower prices than heretofore AND THUS COMPETING  WITH  THE   EASTERN   MANUFACTURER.
With  this  carefully   planned  -NEW  METHOD" I can make yon
MEN'S SUITS AT THE FOLLOWING
REDUCED PRICES:
Our original   price       .35.00    NEW  METHOD  PRICE    $23 to $20
Our original price     *42-0Q    NEW  METHOD  PRICE    $37.00
guaranteed correct in Style, exclusive  in  design and  right  in prices.
LADIES' SUITS MADE UP AS LOW
AS $10.00.
This is the place to have your SUITS PRESSED.
We have the only 1000-Ib. PRESSURE MACHINE IN
B. C. Phore us your order---we do the rest. Phone
R-508.
���MB
Artists' Materi
als
Architects' Supplies
Office Supplies
AT
fMOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616  Columbia   Street.
(Continued  from  j ���.i _.. One.)
tion  of    future    roads    this mistake
would  be remedied.
Encouraa;   Boulevarding.
Adding to what be had already said
on the Hassam paving, the Major continued thai be believed with proper
material in the s tone een ��� ..
in the right quantity and of right
quality, and the street laid by skilled
workmen, this city w-ould have a Brst-
cl i_s pavement.
He thought Vancouver was making
:i mistake In laying so much macadam
and considered the council of New
Westminster should encourage boulevarding, by the construction of concrete kerbs inst. ad of the "Pen guile,-, s. and throwing up of the dirt on
to the sides of the streets for tne formation of the boulevards. It would
enormously enhance the appearance
of the street. The fairest way of
taxation for this purpose seemed to
be the frontage tax. and the raising
of money for street Improvements by
a debenture issue.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO, 3
-���Meetings the Qrsta nd third 'l iei -
day in each month. VI Itin i bn th-
ren cordially Inviti d to attend
Lodge room, A. o. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
(vi RT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, I.O.K.
���Meets the fourth   Friday   ln   the
month  at    s o'clock, ln the  -mall
II sllows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. in the Eagles'
hall. Columbia street. .1. .V Aitcb-
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secretary.
Macadam.
Speaking of macadam, he said in
Victoria the macadam pavements
were not laid on proper foundations,
and even a good macadam road Is not
suited to heavy traffic, particularly in
a country where there Is much rain.
Macadam ts hard to repair, and is
almost Impossible to keep clean.
This is particularly the case in the
country, where tht- macadam is laid
without any proper foundation. Asphalt had 'been largely used in the
east but wa. much more expensive
out here.
An interesting discussion in which
T. .1. Trapp and W. R. Gilley took
part followed. Mr. Crean offered to
dr:ve the lecturer over the n3w Bon
Accord road, and the Scott road to
s'now him some examples of lncal
work. As Major Shepherd is speaking at Ladner on Monday, he accepted the Invitation. A hearty cote of
thanks was accorded him.
.OARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnna
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at o p.m. Annual
meetings on tbe third Thursday ot
February. New members mav be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.      Chief, W, Sumerland.
I.  O.  O.  F.���ROYAL    CITY    LODGE
No. ij���Me.ts in Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday even
ing at . o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome, G. E. Glll.y,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G. recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. Mv. L. 0. L.
No. 1150; L. O. L.. No. lf>93; Court
Sapperton, No. 46S... 1. O. P.; C. U.
F. Court Westminster. No. .Ill);
Rrotherhond   of  Owls   Nest  No.  29.
NOTICE.
To Our Customers of Hard Coal:
We. the undersigned, do not expect
to get any Banff coal this year.
GILLEY BROS. LTD.
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OAIVIN, IHE MERCHANT TAILOR
625 Columbia Street and 626
Clarkson Street.
.r..'.'A-_'.__--... *_
ir a lvani....
I ' .' at this office,
I.f" travel or send-
p
From Montroa   and Quebec.
V\] \y ������       .   ..Sept. 24th
| Pti> :   Brita         Oct.  8th
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GOULET.
C P. R. Agent.
iJl"^ G0,NG EAST
���       ��* Ul KE.   AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"JHE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
I   " Traina E*ery Day m the Yeas
BETWEEN
^eapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Ithe ITHAIN' op fame
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The Westminster Weekly News $1.00
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Putlic Market
Market  Clerk  D, E. Mackenzie
Open  8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Fridays  7 a. m. to 6 p. m.
PKone   138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
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Davies C? Son
Keen's Stall
for
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Monk's Stall
for
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/���AGE FOUR.
THE  DAILY   _J3WS.
FRIDAY,   SEPTEMBER
The Daily News AS COMAfE BODY
CIIY IS LIABLE
Published by The Dally News Pul ������- i-
lng Company, Limited, at their offl
The Dally News Block, corner of Mc-
Kenzi,   and  Trew streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
G^oVjfcYAbCL
FRIDAY.   SEPTEMBER    17,   1909.
��� Full Text of Judgments in
Full Court in Case of
Cooksley vs. City.
A-inssiz.   Sept.   16.���Dr.   Stewart   of
Mission Junction yesterday afternoon
performed a postmortem cn the body
cit  Howard  Wade, who w-as murdered
recently at Silver creek, on Harrison
lake.   15   miles    from    Harrison   Hot
Springs.      The   postmortem    wa< arranged   for   by   the  provincial   poll.
authorities, who have detailed officers
to thoroughly    inwr-isat.    the ca.
The result of the postmortem was '���
determine   that     without     doubt   the
man was murdered.
Belleville, Sep'. 16.���Sydney Keith,
;,erator.  express   a_
,.      . tation In North Hast
. .       .. ... ;   with    embezzlm.
elanglng to the Ex-
Keith said ".ie put  I
waste 'paske; and his wife
-     contents . including
in the stove, and burned It.
:ied  before Judge   Dei
of theft  usid   senti need
rs in the penitentiary.
"309,
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Lee's Furniture
CARRIES   THE    HALL    MARK OF   QUALITY
1  TH|S   MU.T
BE   ADDED THE  FACT THAT THE      PRICES    ARE
MODERATE.
rRICTLY
GOOD  ROADS.
THE     SUPREME     COURT     OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN THE FULL COURT.
Below Is given the full text of the
,    -, j,      _____.._  ._���    .    ._,   judgments  handed  down   by  the  full
It   is decidedly    gratifying    to  se.- J    6 ���
that  some real interest is being dis- court at    Victoria    in    the    cases of
played, both on  tbe par;  of th.  gov- Cooksley vs. the city.
ernmeitt, of    public    authorities  and      At tlle outse_ jt was agreed by coun-
public  generally   in   the   very   impor- ^ a   ument    cover buth cases.
tant Question of good roads.      w e sa>
��ry Snportent Llvisedly. It ia of to the county court, betor. Judge
the greatest importance to every Howay. Mr. A. Whealler appeared for
member ot the community that t.ie Mr ;ind a,.rs Cooksley and Mr. W.
means of communication should be G McQuarrie for the corporation of
C_ ^Jl%J����Vtt ^e city of New WeStm,nster. Before
are an urgent necessity. If a far- the full court. Mr. E. P. Davis, _. C.
mer, or fruit grower, or poultry man (instructed Iby Whiteside and Ed-
ba_ to CLUvey his produce to market. monds)i arg.jed the cases for Mr. and
and return with his household neces- Mf_ CookS]ev and Mr. \v. G. Mc-
saries, or a load of manure or rnipie- QUarrie o{ {;ie new firm of Wade,
ments, or what not, over a bad road, wj,eajjer and McQuarrie, represented
this means a loss to him all round. Y city
He lo.-.s time on both journeys, ne
suiters waste by reason of the w__r IN
and tear of his wagon or rig, and
depreciation in tne vitality ol his
team by the extra strain put upon
them.      Moreover,   the   value of  the
produce Of  the  truck  farmer Or fruit   Cooksley      vs.      New     Westminster:
grower  is  materially  lessmed  by  the       Judgment  of   hunter,   C.  J.
damage sustained in the shaking and
Jolting; eggs are liable to be broken; In this case I adhere to the opinion
featbertd stock suffers injury from I expressed during the argument that
the sar_. cause. The storekeeper there is no substantial distinction ue-
and the ordinarv individual exper- tween this case and the Bathrus.
innce loss in a similar manner. Case.    If any  the present  case is a
There is the unfortunate circum- -Ortlerl; Hrst. because ir that case
stance a.out miuv of the road- in the nuisance caused by the neglected
this province that thev are neither artificial constructicu was more or
more or less than slightly improved less visible, whereas here It became
trails When distr-cts have settled a concealed trap; and second, be-
up traffic over these apologies for cause in that case the artificial con-
roads has increaseu. wearing de.-p struction was of brick, whereas here
ruts into the soft surface and chuna- it was of wood, which anyone mows
ing it up into inches of dust in tne must rototit 1"_iumf
summer and mud in the winter. Perhaps this kiid ot road formation was
excusable in the past, when tnL. population was sparse and municipal n-
nances low. Vet it would have been IN
a real economy to have laid a good
foundation Of broken rock, whicn is,
ontaina.ie in most parts of this district, or some other hard material,
and to nave spent a modest sum an- Cooksley
nually upon upkeep and repair. The
result 01 uie old gei-it-done-auynow
]K)licy has been to throw a heavy
burden of expense upon tne ratepav- I finQ myself unable to draw any
er. of the present ua/. tim it 16 material distinction, between, these
certain that we must have good cases and Bathurst v. .Macph.rson,
loans, and the burden must ne pome. ** L.J.P.C, 61 as ex-plalntlff in Syd-
This must be regarded toy ratepayers ne-v v. Bourne, 64 L.J.P.C, 140. With
as an investment upon which theylaU deferesic. to the learned County
will draw prolit in the shape of econ- Court Judge he has, in my opinion, fal-
omy in haulage  uad as uetterment of len  into  error  in  Bay:ng   tbat   "it   is
I would allow the appeal w-ith costs.
(Signed.) HUNTER, C. J.
Victoria,  B.  C.
OF
THE  SUPREME  COURT
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN THE FULL COURT.
vs. New Westminster:
Judgment of the Honorable Mr.
Justice Clement.
tnelr  noldmgs     by    its    general  im
only where the nuisance is caused by
provemept of their district. British misfeasance on the part of the muni
Columbia has attained to mat condition when luture as well as present
needs must be considered in all im-
j.iov. iiii.-nr.-, 01 Uie purine highways.
The day for slipshod work has passed
and there must toe a general recognition that good roads are es_ent.ai to
cipality ��hat an action lies." The
nuisance in the Bathurst Case was
allowed to come into existence
tnrough failure to act on the part of
the Corporation���in other words,
through nonfeasance. The fact, however, that it was left there unabated
our  continued  progress and  prosper- jwas  treated  as  misfeasance  and  not
lly_ mere nonfeasance      The  maintenance
There needs a thorough reconstruc- across   a   highway   of     an     artificial
tion of the provincial laws in regard structure   in   such   a   state   of   disre-
10 puuiic    roads,    and in connection i'alr a* t0 constitute a menace to per-
tuerewith   the  creation  of  a  depart- sons   :������-���:;!������
incut  whose    business    shail   be   the
roads and nothing but the roads,  intelligent    direction    at    the  head  <->��
must  be   taken  to  be   in   itselt    m.s
: feasance;  tne Corporation by Us fai
ure   to   repair   has���to     quote     Lord
such  a department  would  go a long  .I.er,'"cllei_1..til._t.hfe���Sy^e_   S!^6!!""*
way to remedy the existing condition
of things, and ensure a sound road-
making policy tor tae future. Tbe
prov.nce 01 Untar.o has done Borne
excellent    work    in    this    direction
ated   a   nuisance."    That   the  danger
in the case before us was not obvious
made  it none  the less a nuisance in
the proper legal sense of that term.
The app-ai should  be allowed and
Since its act for the Improvement o' Judgment   entered   ror   tne   plaintiffs
puolic highways  went into  operation for   the   amounts   assessed     by     tiie
some  years    ago  over  two thousand lfe*rned  judge   below.
t-.giiL hundred    nine, ot    good roads     l  wl'sl3  *�� ad,i  tl,at  lr'  lJ,JlUnB my
have been laid out. judgment  upon   this   ground   I   must
ine au-ouueement by the Hon   j a��l be taken t0 hold that il couid n��l
Taylor, that it i. the intention of the have been 1,UI Ul>0a thfe wider ground
Provincial   Gorerument   to   undertake lhat thls Corporation hav.ng cast up-
::....   recon-tructlcu   ol   the  old   Tale- on il * exi'ress statutory obligation
Cariboo road and extend this to the __   repair
Alberta boundary is certainly encour-
boundi
_-ng.     im. rant mean that one day suu of a private individual  who hai
here   _m   be a ma__ highway from  f^6*^  damage toy reason    of    tn.
ie Pacific  to  the Atlantic   a mom  ,fallurfe  of  u'e   Corj^ration   to   fulfil
ttj
tbe
ot communication that really ought
to exist Even the United States
iyijk-e, not posse... such a main highway, and y-Ui. enthusiastic motorist*
who recently traveled from seaboard
Vj seaboard underwent fearful and
wonderfal experiences In their neroic
enterprise. \y.-t. easy it would ua.e
'i. 10 construct a wagon r<j_d along
Um whole eotuw of the c. v. R.
'���-.-.-. l_at railway was being built,
aad wiiat a valuable awesorj to tbe
development of the Dominion such a
h-ghway  would have  _een.
But  Uj  return   to   this   question   lo-
cally.       \\'i   hope   the   announcement
is  liable in an  action  at the
as
e
1
Its duty ex thi8 regard. That this is
the general rule is very forcibly
stated by Fletcher-Moulton, L.j.t in
the recnt case of David v. Brittania
(1809) 78 L.J.K.B., at p.666, Lord
J'lutice Vaughan Williams in Maguire
v. Liverpool, 74 L.J.K.B., at P 377,
points out that the Immunity enjoyed
by English. Municipal t. jd.o��s is anomalous and restg ui>on historical reasons; that they are the transferees
of the old obligatHAi which rested at
common law upon the inhabitants at
large of parishes and counties to keep
the highways In repair an obligation
which did not carry with  it a aab
of the Minister of Public Work- may tty ^ be Hued by private individuals;
indicate an awakened interest on tu'e,and thal lne varous statutes discuss,
part of the Government in the quvs-'c'd ln llle dlfferfcnt English cases ctn
Ucu of good roads, and that their 1 talnf-d nothing which could be con-
policy of improvement may not begin j3truefi   as   impOBlg  a   wider   liability
and end with the Yale road, it is to
be hoped, too, tbat local authorities
will be roused to action in this matter. The admirable lecture delivered
by Major Shepherd last night should
prove helpful In this connection. It
would be a splendid thing if as the
outcome of this address a Roads Im-1 ((
provement Association were formed,
and an aggressive and progressive
highway policy brought Into being.
THE SECESSION.
upon the bodies to which the duty to
repair bad becu transferred.    To the
(Continued on Page Seven).
"GET   THE   HABIT
We have not had to wait very long
for enlightenment upon the views and
address to the Glasgow merchants
the other day he avowed himself still
a Gladstonlan, but a determined opponent of the spirit and policy of the
Liberal budget of Lloyd George. Now
comes the news that he has resigned
his membership of the Scottish Liberal Club. There can therefore bo
little room for doubt that the Laird
of Dalmeny has definitely seceded
from the Liberal party, and his declaration of allegiance to the Unionists
may be expected at any Ume.
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We buy for cash and sell for tbe same j
Hats in Shapes
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The rather small shapes with flat set brims are the preferred
styles in Derbies this fai I. while in soft hats fancy has the widest latitude for choice; color8 ar�� to be the go everywhere���
Olives, Blues, Wine colors, and modes���anything is in good taste
if becoming to the individual. As to quality, of course, the
famous Stetson and Sterns hats will be the choice of discerning
m:n,
FALL NECKWEAR
We're showing smart, exclusive patterns In all the new silks, and
the new shapes. Our neckwear counters look like flower bids
with assorted blossoms, so the man with a tie taste for some-
thing that's different will fird plenty ef ideas here to pkase him.
The best efforts of the best necktie makers are bere. Prices
50c,  65c,  to 75c  or $1.00.
REID & CO
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re.
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Having   movem-nts   adjusted   to suit  any  clime;
Silver���filled   cases���fine   solid gold,
Watches the best that are made to be sold!
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October 12,13, 14,15 and
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL ANE
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATUREl
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ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP  FLIGHTS  TWICE    DAILY.
CHAMPIONSHIP LACROSSE���VANCOUVER VS. NEW WEST
MINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2  p.m. Tuesday, October 12th, 1909.
WEDNE8DAV, OCTOBER 13th���Devoted to Scottish Sports, un
der  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 spO
air ship flight, intermediate lacrosse and football matcn   ���
8ATURDAY, OCTOBER 16th���Championship lacrosse <"*Kh
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
STOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m.  Thursday,  Friday and Saturday
Band Concerts in the buildings at t
each evening.
T^s*********!,
��� rts.
T. J.   TRAPP,
President.
W.  H.  KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec
GOD  SAVE  THE   KING.
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS UMBER   17.
1909
TITh   DAILY
I'AOK KIVB.
DON'S
Goods House
SPORTING NEWS
EASTERN ATHLETES BREAK INEW PUYERS MAY
THO WORLD'S RECORDS
we can snow m
the best lino of Leather Goods ever
slocked in this city.
APPEAR N.XT YFAK *a-^ ^rtmentjust arrived.    Best value, lowest prices.
Three   Canadian    Records   Are   Also   Manager Welsh Looked up Som. Fast
MILLINERY OPENING
TODAY
Visit our Millinery Department and
view the beautiful French Pattern
Hats and many artistic creations
from our own workrooms.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Smashed  at   Annual   Meet  of
M.   A.   A.   A.
-. ���    ,a..aaa/|    .--a,    _v,_     [���IH.tCJ.
A great variety ot Grass, Rattan and Bamboo goods can
be seen on our floors.    Everything in Home Furnishings
at astonishing prices.
Ones   Whii-   East_-pr0_r   ��� .,
Retirements From   Lin.-Up.
nn-
One
resuii   ol    the    recrtl   trip  of
A.   Manager Welsh ur the Salmon Bellies
i isociatlon's t.> the east   m ���-
mosl event- m-xi year of
the  team
li
Sept,    16.���The    big
'��� etii  mei of the M. A. A
��� rdaj   i.ii th
grounds, was one ol  th
i"l    ever    held    in   Canada.      Two
i :���   records  and  three  Canadian
ree i di  wen    mashed, and In general
the time was vi rj  fast,
1   ��� vi record  which lms M��'<l
for 11 yeai . wus broken bj  an Ital-
up  i unoer named Emlllo Lunghi, ol
the    In ii \ ii< an    Club,   of    New
v      His time was i  mln, 52  i 6
whii h I. 3 G sei ond   etter Hum
he world's record.
Another world's record waa the dis
- . throw 1.;, W. .1. Sheridan, of the
In b Uivii.   ��� in    throw  wag 139
���inches, beating the prevl   "*���" "'������  Ih-|;
record    ol    138 feei   io n,'x'
be the appearance
ime new  plaj ers upon
W. E. FALES ittjjl Agnus
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. N|GHT   CALL
Rl.
was mon
secrei when M
in the <-ji_t h
open  i.'i- like.!
feet   in  i
! mis  worl
or    less of an open
W i    i li'i'i thai while
�� o ild   i>. i |i hi:- eyes
recrultB for the local
ini'l    according    u_ statements
ip..   him   ye iterdaj    n   appeal i
iIiim he did :-" with >-..��.i effeci
' While   in    the    easl "    said   Mr.
Welsh, "1 opened    negotiations   with
th  good men now playing on |,;' !
en mi   and goi from them assur-
we  Bhould   need  them
would come out."
team,
made
inche -'"st  who  the  players   with   whom
The Canadian thre-mtl_ record wa. ,,1(' Balmon    Bellies are    negotiating
broken bj .1. P, Sullivan, of the Irish ma3   be,  Ml'   Welsh refused to state,
Americans, In 14:58  1-5,     Tins beats "|,|,lir|' would be give anj him as to
lu 2-5 seconds whai   positions   would   require   Ailing
10^KB53FZ&BSaa
Longboat'f record
W, C. Robblns. o* the Irish Amerl
runs, lowered M. W Long's Cana
(limi record for 110 yards from 19 to
|s 3 5 seconds.
The Irish-Americans wo_ flrsl place
with 67 points, New Vork u��it second
place wiih 12, BoBton third with 9,
and Montreal fourth wltii ;.
C. B.  DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
HAVE YOU TRIED OUR CEYLON TEA AT 35c PER
LB., OR 3 LBS. FOR $1.00? IT IS SPLENDID VALUE.
BUY A $1.00 WORTH ON FRIDAY OR SATURDAY
AND WE WILL GIVE YOU A NICE CUP AND SAUCER   WITH   IT.
KETCHEL   MUST   FIGHT
ON   OCTOBER
12.
Phone 97.
615 Columbia Street.
San Jose, S.'pt. 16,���Jack Jackson
champion  pugilist  of th    world,  who
lis here Qlllng a theatrical engagement, Btated thai he would not consent to any change In the dat.- for
his ftght wiih t_etchel.
Joan son gpcelved a wire from Co_
frotb, the San Francisco Bght promoter, asking Johnson if ii would be
agreeable i.i have the original date
of October 12 changed to October 23,
I which   wmild   bring   the   flghl   in   Por-
rrom iln- outside nexl year.
Thai several important changes
wiii oci ur on >II- team, on the close
of the present season, Is practically a
certainty.
The probabilities are that several
nf the veterans wlll drop oui, and
that several changes In positions wlll
be made, In the first place il is
extremity likely thai imxt eason will
sec (imy playing somewhere aboul
lirst defence, Instead of In the posl
tion between the sticks which he i';'s
held so long. As to retirements
from the team, nothing definite has
so far transpired, ibui it appears very
improbable Mint Alex Turnbull will
play many games with tim team ni sl
year. Tnnilmll since hig recovery
from liis accident has been keeping
himself in shape, and holding himself
in readiness to get out and play,
should the iWcflNlty arise. I. Is probable thai h< will do something the
same next __ar���remaining in the
Brsl   line  of   reserves, ns   It   were,  in
,ol'.uw'''|k ,.  , ,,     ,    ���.������,, readiness to take the'field 'should the
rhe champion replied that he wou^d ,     ^ otherwise.
not change tne date as he bad mad.-     [(       ���x,ri.wl,u    ,���,������,,,��� ,ha,  he
I plans for a trip to the easi Immedl
ately following his bout, with Ketchel
an<|  he could not alter bis arrange
mentis.
mrriNG materials, office supplies, books, papers,
V.f_!NES. AND IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
IS A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
IN OUR STOCK. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. WE BUY FOR CASH DIRECT FROM
THE MANUACTURERS, WE THEREFORE SAVE YOU MONEY.
NO  DISAPPOINTMENTS IF YOU  DEAL  WITH   US.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY 4. CO.
will be joined In this first line of re
serve by Tommie Gifford. Captain
Gifford has so far not  Intimated his
Intention of getting out of the game,
but it Is t!)p opinion of his fri nds
that he will not play next year unless
hU services are urgently required.
Tommie has been with the team for
aliont ten years now, and h�� will, if
he retires, bp missed, but In addition
to Jim, who has long since made
good, be has at leasr fsip brother who
WILL  PLAY   RUGGER.
Columbian     Coll;ge     Applies   for  Admission  to V.  R.  A.
Tonight the Vancouvei R.Ug'0) union
executive will meet at. th ��� Vancou- _
ver Athletic Club to prepare the promise, to be one of 'he mainstays
schedules for the season. There are of Um team some time in the future
six Clubs already in the senior dm- The lineup or the team has not yet
sion and an application tor admis- been decided tor tomorrow's gam., but
ilon trom a seventh came to hand it is probable that it will Include
mis morning when Columbian college Lund, Latham and Feeney, as several
of New Westminster asked ior a. of the men who played in the List
place. In the intermediate division tame complain of lining off their feed
there will probably be torn teams, and in need of _ rest,
though n<me has .-"' made formal ap
plication. It is likely lhat the High
School, McGill university, Vancouver
Athletic Club and New Westminster
will be piaylng.
YtSTlHDA. S KAtlNti
*����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
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.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Bad Mishap  in Harn.sg Race.
j    Malone, N. v.. Sept. 16.���There was
la bad smashup in the 2:H pace at the
Franklin county  fair here, in  whlcn
j Hilly  Urine, the Prince, and  Rayibet-
ta with their drivers and sulkies,
'were piled In a heap. Nobody waa
'fatally injured, and Raybetta later
|won the rae. Her best time waa
ill 1-1. Madame Peters woa the
[2:23 trot, best    time,    2; 17  l-t, and
Marguerite  the  2:27   pae_.  best  time,
2:17 1-4.
Atlantic City Wants Fight.
', Atlantic City, N. .1., Sept. IS.���Jack
Johnson, heavyweight champion, has
written the local athletic club tnat
lhe U willing to fisht Jim Jeffries
I here. The consent Of Jeffries at-
'ready has been .""cured. The local
j promoters have taken tne matter up
with the governor, and if his CC__en1
is secured a b _ will be made for the
'contest.
DINNER   FOR   PLAYERS.
���*������������������*������������������������<
�����+���������������������������������������
Electric Railway Service j
Interurban Llns.
ara   tor Vancouver   and way
station,   will   ru_.  every halt
h��if  from   5:50  a. m. Last
car leaves at ll p, m.
^a3f car leaves Vancouver at
UrtO p.m.
Car, ieav���   th.    .epo.    ^
"y   minutes   f���r  hoth  3ap.
Itvn lQd CitV 1,mlta OT�� ��"
' -y  line.
City  Line:   Cars  leave  tram
office on the hour, twenty mm- ^
utes   after,   and   forty    minutes j
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m. #
Sapperton   Line:
ar.  vn   minutes after the hour. ���
half past, and fifty tn
the  hour,  com
a. m.
Cars   leave
the hour,
mites after ��
Salmon Bellies Will Attend Thanksgiving Banquet at K of P. Hall.
The playing members of the New-
Westminister L-ar.ros-ie Club yesterday received an invitation from the
ladies of the West End Methodist
church to attend the big Harvest
Home dinner which they are holding
in the K. of P. hall on Saturday evening. The invitation was accepted
with thanks and the boy* will all
turn up after the game���the last of
thla year's schedule.
KIRST   RACK���Five   furlongs,   selling,   maiden .  two-year-olds.
I  Melton-ale; _. Beda; ... Banorella
SECOND RACE���Six furlongs, selling,  four-year-olds and up.
1. Abbey;  2. Dainty Belie; 3, Toiler
THIRD  RACK*���One    mile    and  TH
yards, selling;  three-year-oldg and up.
1. Naamerito; 2. Dr. White; 3, Col.
Bt_dy.
FOURTH RACE��� Six furlongs, selling;  four-year-olds and up.
1, Bucolic;   2, Belle of Iroquois;   ...
Valoaki.
FIFTH  RACE���One    mile    and  70
yarda. celling;  three-year-olds and up-
1, Lucy C; 2, Miller's Daughter;  8,
Netting.
SIXTH     RACE���One   mile,    purse,
three year-olds and up.
I, Edwin T. Fryer; 2, Hush Mmey;
3,  Novgorod.
KINO PETER'S HEALTH
IS FAILING RAPIDLY
Servian    Politicians    Are    Quarreling
Over a Choice of    His   Successor.
(Uy    111'-''.-'���   ��� '
mencing at 8:30 #
i
i
i
Sunday service half-nouny ,-   #
tween S:30 a. m. and U. .. m.     i
LOTS
near Edmonds street car line
*150 Each
One-f ourtn cash, balance six,
twelve and eighteen months.
*w��h co.__.w_ CIcctric Ry. co., u. j WALKER BROS.
________ r .___.! _______._.___.
**"���*���**�� ���������
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n���������*+*���
EDMONDS
Belgrade, via Semlin, Sept. 16.���
With the Information today that King
Peter's health is falling rapidly It he-
came known that civil troubles of the
worst kind are threatened over the
Servlnn throne. Peters death Is now
a matter only of months and it seems
certain Ulat fighting -will follow any
attempt of Prince Alexander to succeed hlm.
The politicians are divided Into two
factions. Those concerned ln the assassination of King Alexander aod
Queen Draga, want to see Alexander,
Peter's secohd son, on the thrcne because they think titty can manage
him and be safe from punishment for
regicides.
The majority Of the army officers
seemingly favor Prince George, who
renounced his title to the throne under pressure of Alexander, whom he
has repeatedly threatened to hang if
he' ever has an opportunity.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
SATURDAY.    SEPTEMBER  18:    THE   CRANVILCE   HANDICAP.
ONE  MILE.
Six  Races  Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL   STREET  DAILY AT 1:0* AND  1:30 P.
M.     Fir TEEN-MINUTE   SERVICE     FROM     GRANVILLE     STREET
STATION.
HOUSE of QUALITY
Only
System
You want clothes that fit YOU.
So does every man have a desire
to dress better, look better, spend
no more.
If you pay more you'll get no more
-if as much, for BROWN'S clothing is undeniably the way to better clothes.
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
���     618 COLUMBIA STREET
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
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FRIDAY,   SEPTEMBER
CANADIAN   NEWSPAPERMAN
MURDERED   IN   CHILI
New Commission
OITAH'A POLICE
New York_ Sept. 16.���A c<jrre>iio;id-
ent sends the toilowing to the Herald
from Calcabuan., Chili, under dat. of
August 12: "Having been stripped of
nearly ;,ii hU clothes, evidentlj for
purposes <���: robbery, a man. supposed
from . pen found nearbj, to ha\
Adolfo Mllli :, ot Toronto, Can
,. newsp rsp
wa_ found murdered In    the
lo Execute Tariff
IN THE LIMELIGHT
fro i  Pa... One.)
in  unti : t.-Ii   except
streets  .;.-������ ich tne
Treatment   of   Diamond   Thieves   and
Alleged  Slackness  in Connection
With   Drowning  of Woman.
���here.    No  clue   t0   : ..-   murdered  ha.~
been found and i. . .
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<   !..   i :i.re.
NOTICE.
river bank.     Much of th.- cultivated
l8 in the hands of Chinese, who
with acres ani acr .-
T       - ������������
imi. h of t :. ...   . oi
i i the  i .
provldln. md ���
  by  numerous  small  era
,     lers are hereby Invited tor t ���      .���,-,������   ,. . ���     ,v):...,.   lbe  Une
cqa ti . tl ., oi    - ibstations    for th ,   .i:]    track    ,,.   T,,. ..
'���'���������������"���    ' "��� [ ���'���"������ ''���"��� streel   It   swii . ,   c irve to  I i
-   foot of Thin. then m
-  '���'���"-���  '" ':-" t'ra8er '������-'      ���   the (.'. P. It. for a   ilock crossing It
���     ������<   ���'���   ' '-���       oi.   K.p ..���  ��� ���:.:!;   -u-.-.-i     a-id   curving
"' ������������������'������    ' "���-.   ��� ���      Limited, a.  v.,,,;].   ,.,   :.,    .   .  .....pi.       v   ���
- ��� ���������������-��� L V Cloverdale. 2. Near i���;jut ;i, . win. .Irhlv. .._ u a,
'������' intersection oi the Coghlau i ad, work hauling the heavy Iom tension
in Langley district 3. Neai the in- feed ,,, ;,. j:i,,, position, with the aid
tersecUon ot the Canadian Pacini of a Fairview t. e of car ada
Railway m Matequi district i. ,\_. ,h,. puroose. The feed wire
th.- lntersect.on of the Yale road ��� con ileted lasi nlghi ensuring a full
B       -   alstrict      5. At  or  neai   th    .,,.,,,    ..  ,,,,. .   .      th(   ri,; PoW) ,
town ol    i  illliwai .   In    accordi   ��� .    n.-,i  fron ��� ad    ��� I
wim tim plana and specifications ami  the ]in���   ,,,������ ,h,. ,_.:..   _a.i(1 ,,,,.,.
conditions  ol    con ra ;   , repai-ed  b
ui.   ompany, and whlcb maj  ...   -(.-..-a street
at mj   office,   . la Carrai) stri ei    V&o
.......  i;   v       _ en de ri
ered nol  later than   '������    27th  da;   ���
September,    nine   ��� .; th��� ���    and
pine,
The tender should indicate a specified price for thi ru lon of any
or all ol the taui substations,
Kaeh   under   shal, ���( __11111_.	
by   certified   cheese   in   favor ot   the  '.,n,d ^YY'.Alt^.^YL ^lAlVA 'A
'i'ii a_d from the substation on Tenth
Foi  some twi ; ���   lows
sely, at ihe foot ol
a   wooded    hillside,    partlj   covered
witn i        rdi   and resld     ���     toward
the  city.      .\.  ,,   ri sl le
il.i.- part promises, when the cat
Is In operation, to come Btrong ���
favor.     Thcacces"'bllity of the nv
Vancouver  Power  Company,   L.mited,
for.10 per cenl ot the estimated t-tai
amouni oi the lender.
The cheques  of    the  unsuccessful
tenderers will  ;je returned to tuem in
due   '-ourse,   and   tho   c.ieyut   ot   tne
this jpart also suggest that with p.
little dredging perhaps, it wlll some
day become a great manufaci tring
Bection.
Gradually   the  lr1'   recedes   as   the
vallej  opens  out  and  the Ine enters
miv <��� ,-;���.,;  tenderer  will  be  returned a Hat   of  some miles  in  width,  a.id
to him upon execution of the contract covered  with  light   brush,  where the
and  furnishing of  the  bond' required Chinese have planted large areas with
Jn the event oi vegetables, all in excellent conditicu,
under the c-oinsactj
the  successful    tenderer    refusing to
execute tlie contract and fuiuish the
bond  within ten days  after  being uo-
the soil being a rich dark loam. A
few farms also dot tbe landscape, the
landowners   having,   however,   clear d
titled in  writing of the acceptance of the land  =o far for hay and vegetans  tende.    hv  cheque  is  to  be  tor-  bleu enly, in prepartion for crops oi
felted to the company. Sraln at a later period.
Form of |-.nd required may be seen Leaving   the   river   bank   the   track
ai my office. crosses   through   the   middle   of   the
Tenders   lo   be   delivered   not   later large  flat,  whlcb   In   the  centre  gives
than the -7U day o: September, 190a, place  to  a  low    swamp,  or  muskeg.
at   my    rfaid    office,    sealed  and  en- Here  the engineers   constructing  the
dorsed,  "Tender  'or   Substat:ong   for line have found their chief difficulty.
Vancouver Power Company, Limited." the  spongy nature  of   the  ground   al-
No tc.ider delivered after tbat date'lowing carloau after carload of gravel
or time will be considered. to   sink   before    a   solid     foundation
Tender snail state the date of com- could   be   obtained.       But   the   result
pletion of lhe work.      Rapid progress was only a    matter    of time and al-
Ibeing required. though tw.oty men  are still working
The company reserves to itself the,at   this  point,  the  niusk-g  ha_  been
right to accept or refuse any tender, conquered  and  the   track,  except   for
whether  it  be   Ower or  higher  than a  few  hundred    feet,   is  as  solid  as
any other tender or the same amo'int. could  be desired.      Into the  still u.n-
Urted   at     Vancouver,   B.   C.    this f}nished portion more  balast is be'.ng
fifteenth    (15th)    dav of   September poured and before the road is opened
1.0J.
ROBERT  HOWES   C.  K..
Fraser Val.ey  Branch.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
this, too. will have given way to solid
roadibed.
Beyond the swamp tiie black land
i.s again in evidence, extensive im-
provementg being shown; farm houses on the hillside, and herd.-- of sleek
looking cattle.     Some flve miles from
Ottawa, Sept.  10.���Tlie police com-
-   hat    . in. v:.��� ������ i  that    on
nexi Wednesday they will sit to hear
anj  charges    or    complaints agi ..- -
police   department.    There
.   i;.,M ii   dissatisfaction   i 11
over  the   recent    daylig tt    dii mond
��� rj     case,      Oi   the    four    :..�����.
guilty  of  th:s  offence,  two   w'v.
..   ��� '   in  ...i   scot   free and  two    received vi   a nominal sentence of one
year each  in  the Central,    it  is  also
ed ihai the police permitted i
magistrate to believe that these men
���:���     first offenders,   although   thej
; ad criminal   records.
It  is  also  contended  that  the unfortunate     Rivet   woman     who
drowned in    the Ottawa, near Earns-
last    Saturday    night,    should
h ive    been    resetted  by I        . "lice.
She  evidently  rar   oui   i
hiv-.. when h.-r two companlims wi re
arrested  and  fell  In   the  rivi r,      N
itten  n was ma U    ,   the di     rtn
to drag the river until th. following
on,
p '���  ��� r c harges may comn up,    and
���  e    ..... ������   lepartment, it i? Bald,    i
threatening ha turn  to make    things
warm for sum., leading citizens  who
were prominent In demanding thl_ Investigation, A warm time Is expected.
May Locate in Hamilton.
Hamilton,   Sept.   15.���Although    Industries' Commissioner Thompson, of |
Toronto, annqunces thai   he has    se- '���
cured    the   Standard    Sanitary     com-
company,  of   Pittsburg,   a   $ 1,000,	
concern with which Montreal nnd Wei-
land  wer,.. also negotiating  Hamilton |
refuses  to  believe the news.    Repre- i
sentatives of the company were ber<-
last   week,  and   the city officials say
a deal  was practically completed  for |
the company to locate in Hamilton.
the city the track re-enters the bushy i
co Lit ry     and   the    hillside  closes   In ;
again,   driving   the   line   tr   tlie   river j
bank  R-hich It follows almost a'l the
way into    Eburne.        Farms  become
more   plentiful     as  the   town   is  ap-
proached  and  orchards again are  in j
evidence    on  the    hillsides and  flat. ;
Within two miles of Eburne the laud
opens out  on eiiher    side into good |
farming land, aro.nd the North Arm
road, where property has now become j
of  considerable  value.
The   greatest  of   interest   is  betag i
shown   by   tue   investor   in   the   land
owned   by  the  Eburne   line,  it   being j
realized tbat tbe opening of the line j
will mean the rapid filling of the fer- |
tile valley with settlers, and the con- \
sequent enhancement of the value of j
the   property   along  the  track.      Already some of the land owners have
raised the price fifty per cunt, in anticipation, and a large number of land
seekers   are  spying   out   tne   country
with a view to investing,
AUCTION SALE
Grand Trunk Ry. 240   Acres   of  Choice   Land
Excellent Train Service Betwee.
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW STORK ana
PHILADELPHIA, .via Niagara Falls.
For Tim*. Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VAUX.
Assistant Gen'I Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 18G Adams St.. Chicago, III.
A QUANTITY OF MILK COWS. HEIFERS, 1 GENERAL PURPOSE
HORSE, ALSO FARM IMPLEMENTS
AND PRODUCE WILL BE SOLD ON
THE ESTATE OF THE LATE JOSEPH PARKES, OF SURREY MUNICIPALITY, ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER  27,   1909.
FOR     FURTHER     PARTICULARS
CALL AND  SEE
F.J. HART & CO.
��... ���
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Noti.-a. is Vr.Y giv-n that the
Voti rs' List for the year 1909 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen at this offic-.- for thirty
days from the dale hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom; must prefer his or
her request in writing, signed with
his or her name, and shall deliver or
cause to be delivered to tbe City
Clerk within the time hereinbefore
ipcified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, September 3, 1909.
See Posters.
[AUCTIONEERS
NEW WESTMINSTER ANO VANCOUVER
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
JPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THH
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Owner Eighth St ana   Fifth A venae j
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.�� -EPTEM-ER
1909.
TIIE   DAILY   NEWS.
PACK   _t.V_.V
WATER NOTICE
v
b>?Wer
. __��
IH UL.
jeai ,jr certificate of lis pendens
filed within such pi riod, or in defa ill
0| redemption   iefore regis ration  .
an v :"'d ,;"'11 "' y��u w'" be fore'
' flebarr rj trom .
,   ,      ni lanv claim to or im respeci of tb
m  Di/trlctaila-nd. and I shall register Anni. K
wi.lP^t^Snaitopped_and
.1 '   Range One.
a|   Ml" it   Hunt,  ol
p     occupation  farmer,
toi   permission '
following    ii" crini I
.
lniench.:-  al  a  posl   planted  In
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL   BRIDGES.
Y    '��� J .Harriet land, and I shall register Anni. II   ' U   a  posl   planted  in
_ Bl', occuWlas owner thereof tn fee.     And Ihei more ol   Kees  Island
;.',' addrei         ���  '."   '   j ,,., ,,.- |,.r thai  publication dl  th     n Anderson  group.    Dated
Vi Tt' : ,   ,',.,.. li'.v for ten days in a dally ��.--. , Applying   tor   the
';,.-��� *                   '    Aliuul i-   ���   ���' !   '"   NlW   Westmlnstei    null      ��� ..    containing    160 acrei
:; '      "  . '" A -i -   I I "'"I sufflclem service   I                   oi less.
.. '                       jliaMii.Y       ,;.,....   .,,    ,,,.    v,���,     r__1Btrv  Office. M.HF11T HUNT.
���
��� '1    to  th.'
I .ni the en
I Brl Ig s,
offl   i  of  the
rfftf Sail tolly
-
v     ,        ���;v"1;1
shart
(bl
th
 n naiiif ot
I .������ diversion
��� --   'p'1   '       - ��� mile.,  lrom
I���,, ri   ici   -���"'    -,.,  ,,i||es   iroui   tlie
I ^quantity
I c feel  per
�� character   ol
I ,   .ate,   power
_.    . .. the 8fn*���Ytria,   and  coin-
:,. [ I and Bufflcleni sei cici
into 2,-     Dated at  thi   land    registry otH
__jjv New Westminster, Province ol Brl i  .
11��� ,'.   Columbia,   ihis   30th   day  ol   A .
ftlver! A. D., 1909.
('. S.  KEITH,
Distrlcl  Registrar.
To Samm i ''mm1.it. Esq.
WATER   NOTICE.
m_ a) =
Col trial
| particularly  In
machiney.
I L  operaUon    <��>
*     Ug ' to ""��
a'; power are suit-
ifi    The   pre-
| ffater l.  to be
near high tide
,     tb    river,   lg)
.. b the watei   i
T. ,  electric pow
I traction, Ught-
ln|  and    ail
ip. . other purpo es
fc     Iftafbe applied.    (i)   It
Notice Is hereby given thai  an
plication will be made under Pai    \
of the "Water A��t, 1909," to obta n a.
license  In  the  Municipality ol    Bur- ",',��d-        ..--.,    .,    .
,    i    Division of Loi   in Dl trict.       PO'lng for the whole island
t-lt.) rae name, address and ocupa |"_ 60 acres more or less
uiora ________
^^^ ALBKRT HUNT,
P-r  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
6th, 1909.
' vi i   Range One.
ial   John  Johnson, ot
c, occupation,    sales
to apply for permlssloi
;.,    following   describee
land :
Qg  at  a   post   planted   on
��� re nf ,I<>hn island, an is-
land between Kees island and Davies
Dated, June 6th, 190-     Ap-
con'ain-
Tran i ontinen-
. noon <>*
1909,  tor
��� ion- ol [
': ... in
11   |  rails
���I  the
points named   -��� low:
District ���
Date
As torpornte Body
Citj is Liable
Mile,
L2.
!
13. 07
149.0
South  v..  i
B	
oi ' tlon.
. D,c. 1
_ i
r.ii'.i.
1910,
Juniper Uroo
rlct
Cln
Lo.  Bu
Brule i
Fred,   li
Busi   -  ..   ! ii
L,  1910
D.'
1910.
1910
���i'��p    feet    south    of
Hlock one  ill   in  thi   northwest
JOHN'  JOHNSON,
P.-r  S.   II.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Cth. 1909.
Dlstrici  i    p'vi;i  Range One,
i    ������ no li e thai James V\ ataon; ol
^^^^^^^^^^^^   Vancouvei    B,  C, occupation   tanner.
ol diversion li  aboul  Intend   I       ply foi permission to pur
tion of the applicanl is Horace Wil
liamson,     l i'i   Westminster   avei
Vancouver,  B. C.
i ;,.i The name of the lake,
(If unnamed, the de cription - i
Known,  rising  in  Lot 210,  I I
a   southerly   and     west, rly     dli
through Distrlcl  Lot 144. Buraa
(c.) Th.. polnl
62.25
G2.5
9'J.O
10 1.29
;ii:;.ia
123.5      Driftwood  River,
135.0     Mattagama Rivi r
Plans and
full Information o
of    the Chief    Engineer
Ontario
After contracts iwarded  the
bui i      .      tenderei    i. i  tn t de
of    all    Bup. rstr icture    with
11       shi ets all to be In accordance
..Jul;   1,
:. June I
.  April   I
L5
.i     I
at the "!|pp'
Ottawa
same   effect   I  i      Hei chell   in   tl,
Sydnej   Ca .     (64LJ,P.C,   al   p.] 15)
That cai e a    I i   id th   judg tit  w as
noi i'a ed upon the English authorit-
le the v ,��� v. asi ending witn
Cow le; \. The Newmarket i.m al
Board ' 62 L.J.Q.B., 65, but up v the
ground i hai the statute there In ques
tion iii.i imi Impose upon the ' irpora-
tlon anj dut; to repair, Lord Hers
chel] says:
"In the presi ni ca e there has    ���
no  similar   transfer  ol   dutj   In  relation  io  the  repair of the mails.    No
du 5   or  iv inn,,   in  iv.-| vi   ui   their
repair rested on any one prior I ,    ie
L910 Acta   which committed their management and repair to tbe Corporation o"
1910.  Sydney.    Ii   is quite true therfore  to
L9io.  say that the duty, If there he one, is
L910 original  and  not transferred,    Bul   if
n    nd  thi re '..,��� a  dut)   or  liablltj   at  all, it
follows that it .-pm onlj be beca i ,��� il
lias  been  Imposed  by an  ,\i i   ol   the
i.v   Ial ure, Where Is li to be found?
li maj be argued that the judgm nl
In the Bydney  C we Is authorltj   for
ihi-   proposition   thai   the   statute   In
inch a case as this must impose in
Russcil   Hotel.
('. M. i':ouse, Vancouvi r.
A . VV. Clark, Vai 11 r
i,.   Duthl . i liililwa
8tew ui. Berlin.
rpe
i .  VV. \\        ...   roronto.
c.   B.   Brjd< ai,' Jack,   Vancouver,
VV.   ..  I. ildl i   ,  Vancouvei.
James i il a on    and    wife   Van
ver.
J. C   Wl   'V  poon, Vani ou i er.
A.   It.  Thomas, Vancouvi r.
.Mrs.  fates,  Vancouver.
Miss Thornti n,  Vancouv ir.
VV, II. Rej nolds, Vancouver.
li. .i.Hues. Seattle.
c. ii. Sti ele, Vancouver,
H.  W.   i'a.p mi.  Vancouver,
L.   W.   Llghtfoot,   Vanoouver.
c.  S.  Jefferey, Vancouver.
a Btake ma ked chase the following described  lands:     i is all to    ,   li   ac   proa    ���   ���"      ���'    ;,.'", * ,
nortl , ��� m  at  a  posl   planted -pn with the Specification   v Ue, irtmenl expre ss terms not   oij
|, water ��B �� *^�����T*�� "Uo T^SuJg o/'water applied
hint ',' returned to tor (in cubic feel pei Becond) is tv,
,:,! the differ- (2).
L   ���                ..,.., poin, ���f di-      ie.) The cHaracte,  ol  the propo
Uln ��������� .   ''r(1;���n,.    The work,   le  to  run    power    machinery
..,,,���, river i.p".u' and   electric
t difference of ele- Irrigating
_N�� J t of diversion and |     '	
Commem ing   ai   a
the   ; "i'vv i   shore
post
of
planted on
Owl  Island
 ^^^^    of   llailwa-.-   ami   Canals   ol    tin-    D"
Dated June 6th   1909.     A]ipivlng for minion Government, 1908,     Th.   class
the wl ile Island, containing 160 acres'rf load to he used la that designated
dynamo,    domestic
m ,,- 300 feet 0)
I land   hit ndel to he
li ,posed works will
I   . a.  .       (kl   Thl-  no-
If on   Hv   7th   day   ol
1*'Y   ���d application    will   be
I , :   loner   on   the
Edav of Augusi   1909.     (1)
f tddressea of
ihi '    licenSeB   _.   ,   ,
I ; ��� ly to be affected
,,. w.n-ks. either abow
Ig outlet,    B. F.  Dlcklns,
tacoarer, B. C.
T.e part of the    Memorandum  ot
liBOcia.on of the  Company     which
Give
any ri-
who or
11.) The   premisi i   on   w bich   th
water Is to be used ������  known as mock
one (li, two 12) and sixteen < 16) iii
District Lot 111. Burnaby.
(g i The purpoa a for which the
water is to he- used are domestic,
power, li^ht and Irrigation.
(h.) If for Irrigation describe the
land to be Irrigated���about twelve
(12)   acres.
ii.l if the water Is to be used tor
power or mining punxises describe
the place where the water Is to be returned to sonic natural channel, and
ithe difference in altitude between
���points of diversion and point of return.    The   water   ts  to   be  returned
he low-
more Of l'-ss
JAMES   W AlSO..
Par S.   II.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Oth, 1909.
District Of  Coast  Range One.
Take noiice that Bergeta Anderson
Intends to apply for permission to pur
' I li avy" in the said spec flcal on
Tenders will be reci Ived for one or
more of the structures requli   I
Each t ndi r musl be sign 1 and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered hank of the Dominion of Canada payable to the Commissioners of
the liablllt) a
upon which I
mind.
(Slg I.)    W
the dut;
well. That .s the i"""'
desire to keep ah opi a
II   p CLEMENT, J.
IN
THE     SUPREME     COURT
BRITISH    COLUMBIA.
IN  THE  FULL COURT.
OF
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, lady, the  Transcontinental  Railway,  foi
chase the following described lands:
Commencing al a post planted in
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, the largest island in the Indian group. Dated June Cth. 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing r,o acres  more or less.
BERGETA AN___SON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Gth, 1909.
���. ��� a  i.n   Tironos.,.1   application  about   two hundred   (200)   feet
^ ..'"follow"-1 in same channel and about sixty  (60)
7, ih-   <-. lects for    which    the feet lower.
fc_:    b;a__, ���__tL'i .."_*,_-,���-_ .�� ���!___'
v    '3_as_rJ:l"^$m -'"J (:"n'n,���'���,"
���te��bv thi purchase of water re
L, - , -e- -irivllege. for (a) Con
r. ������. ting  and
of Crown  lend  lntend-
,    ik) This notice was posted on the
14th  dav of August,  1909,  and  application  will  be  mad--    to    the    Com-
"maintaining missioner on  the 15th day of    bep-
Ielectric works, power houses, gener-
ithgplaat and such other appliance
I conven nee as are neevssar.
���....-,;... : ���.. generating ot elec-
���;,;��� ,-... trie power, or any other
j-.'. v-v oped power, and for
ep- ".. :��� same to be used by
fte Com r. or by persons or com-
y_ eontracting  with the company
1t_.v , tlve   power  for  the
ttl-jol motors, machinery or
hakSehi i. or other works or to
L. the Company  to con-
r.:- ing  or as a    motive
m ng tramways, or tor
.-:. lifting,    pumping,
smelting,  drilling I
|_._il'.:ne nr  for  any  othe,-  opora-
hlch It may be adapted ��r
  or supple, for or In con-
fctlio with  anv  other  purpose?  tor
mei or   elec'r'.c   power
tuy ' ipplied or required,    (g) 1-'or
tH-rlnc   ��� an 1    water     pover
trail   . for  i-,-, application and dlB-
t-.. ting <lams. increasing
tt- head   ' In    any   exist ins
m of water  or extending the area
1-- rt 1 na  the waters of  any
p��m, pond oi  lake Into any other
pimel ��� - channels, laying or erect-
.  "���  ;in,. or flume, pipe  or  wire
[Jmractln? any raceways, reservoir,
fcPrtict welr, wheel,    building
I *pT erection nr work which may be
i.ilred Ir. < mnectlon  with  the  lm-
pnment and use of the said water
U water power or bv alteriner. fp3-
Btlng, extending, Improving,  repatr-
I  . or maintaining  any such  works,.
' Jany part thereof. ,
VANT0rv_H   1'OWER   CO'Y.,   LTD-
181.nature i   y   \\.  w.  Hope,    A.  B- j
Beck. nir��c-ors.
J, V. Armmxmg, Secretary.
P. 0   Addrens, Vancouver. B-C
13ea; of the Vancouver Power Co'jr.
Ltd]
ot
Itember, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock.
il) The nam-s anil addresses
any riparian proprietors or licensees
jwlio or whose lands ar- likely to he
affected by the proposed works,
.either above or below the outlet are
ithe Crown. H. B. Scott, Vancouver.
;und E. I'ai.hman. Vancouver,
I HORAt. ;  WILLIAMSON,
Westminster   avenue.   Vancou-
C.
District Of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacohson,
of Vancouver, li. C, occupation, far
mer, Intends to apply for permission
to   purchase   the  following   described
at a post planted in
a small bay on north shore of liend
lsiand. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole islaud, containing 80 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON.
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June Oth, 1909.
sum equal to live per cent, (_ p.c.) of
the amount of the tender.
The right is reserved to rej ct any
or all tenders.
By  order.
P.  E.  RYAN.
Secretary.
Tin.  Commissioners  of    the  Transcontinental Railway, Dated Of Ottawa.
August 28, 1909.
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
Cooksley       vs.
Judgment     of
Justice Irving.
New    Westmisnter:
the      Honorable    Mr.
Windsor  Hotel.
W, Watson, Vancouver.
ii. A. Strange,  Portland.
E. N.  Jones, Dalbert, T exas.
Geo.   Mas'sey,   Pori   Haney,
it.   F.   .Stavli-h.   Winni;.
.1.   Ftnl p>.   Winnli   .
W.  it.  Phare,  ' a /. ������
C.  G.   liiiihv.   , orl   lla:-v.\.
li. Rog. rs, Bburne.
.1. D.  Campbell, Vancouver,
A.   Dalrymple,   Langlej.
A. Giver, Haney,
Wahaee Coleman,  Belllngham,
A.   I).   -IcEacherell, chilliwack.
\.   Bunsen, Vancouver.
ia ;.u action against the Inhabitants
ni a count, tor mere nonfeai ice or In-
ai tlon, tlie Incorporation of i nem into
a municipal body did not without more
impose on the ue�� inul.. uu> additional liability there must, be some express enactment giving to the person
injured a remedj by actltn, or *x de-
claratlon thai the corporation Is to
ibe liable for nonfeasance, to make
the Corporation liabi_ for nonfeasance.
Tills is an appeal trom His Honor
Judge Howay, who d.smlssed the
plaintiff's  action   on   the  ground   tnat
'corporation wa, not liable for lrom the decision ol the Privy
��� heRegarded a- mere nonfea. Council in Sidney v. Bourke (1896)
an,',- He found that the accident it seems to he well settled thai a
occurred in consequence of the rot- plaintiff to maintain any action tor
titig of the wood in a culvert built by damages from a Corporate u must
tbe Corooratlon some sixteen years show that the corporation was guilty
ago acros_ the roadway���the material ,of misfeasance, or created a nuisance
used  being cedar���the  life of suih  a
442
ver. R.
LAND   ACTS.
District of .Coast  Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the    following      described
ands: ,
Commencing at a post planted In a
mall bay on north shore of Berry island   dated  June  4th.  1909.      Apply-
ng 'for the  whole  island,  containing
100 acres more or less
OLE  BENJAMIN  ANDERSON.
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
the
acres
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
1T   Vancouver..    B.    C. occupation, lady,  	
*_  Intends to apply toir Dermission to pur- |mcncement
��    chase the  following  d.scrlaed  lands   | %N
Commencing at a post plan ed on
the north shore of KlaoBsls island, a
Imall island south of Turner: island.
Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for
the  wholo island,    40 acres  more or
District of   Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that Adolph   O.  John-
| son, of Vancouver, B. C-, occupation,
j fanner, intends  to  apply  for  permis-
1 scribed lands:
Ision to purchase 'ihe following de-
Commencing at a post planted on
;the north shore of Crib Island. Dated
SJune 6th. 1909. Applying for
: whole island, containing 90
i more or less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, AgenL
Dated June 6th. 1909.
New Westminster  Land   District.  District of New Westminster, I
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    Intends to apply  for permission to purchase the following described lands:
i    Commencing at  a  post   planted  at
Northeast  corner of lot   1469,  thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence north to coast, thence following the coast line    to  point  of com-
|T Trade Marks
Demons
.... copvmghts &c.
Anronn erndinp r Flirt r. nnd .1. crt nt!,-.n p-17
Illicitly uaeoruun ont optolon free wim! tier an
Itm-nilon Is pronnVv n.at.n" r.lfl. v.rur- -,-rs.
tlf.ii.sirictlyfoniiiiemliil. HANDBOOK on Patent*
mm Irco. t-l'i_ t imviir. ft��r p.-rurinp patents.
Patent! taken tl;r.,in;h Mui.11 4 Co- receive
jpf-uilnutire, withoutcuaruo, lntb_
culvert may itce anywhere between
six and twenty years. The earth 011
top of this culvert was only three or
four inches thick. The culvert had
never   beep   repaired  or Inspected.
To understand the question discussed before us one must go to first
principles. At common law the remedy lor want of repair in highways
was not by uction but by Indictment.
So far back as in Charles the Second's time, Vaughan, C. J., said in-
Thomas v. Son-ell, (Vaughan IH)0..)
;330 at 340): "lf a man have particu-
fouudrous way. he
Irrespective of any statute as
pointed out in the Sidney Case (1895)
A.C., at 43., and applied iu the Rockland  Avenue  Case   (1909):
"There is no doubt, in a certain
sense, a duty incumbent tn the council to see to the maintenance of the
highways. It is for them to exercise
the powers conferred upon them by
law lor the benetlt of the community.
in these matters they represent the
citizens, and ought to have regard to
j their Interests. For the.r discharge
ot these duties they are responsible
I to those whom they repi.sent. The
1 members   of   the    council     are    the
do
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v.
t, cir-
_Tn:t for
Sold li.
ICo��,BMdw*NewYori.
'i_ac". U-'Bca. SB F BU W��_W> -1 j". t>- U
���lar damage by a l.uuu.-...  ����.-, ���- ,       .       -
is generally without remedy, though |choice of the citizens and if^they
"the   nuisance
"the   King."
Russell v. Men of Devon 111 (1788)
2 T.R., 667. reiterated this principle.
Two reasons were Su'en for the judgment,   first,   the   technical   one.   Viz:
ESTABLISHED
1891^^0
x__iCtt1 *__K
^0
._____f^__Y  1 A\j
"Incorporated
1905.
is   to   be   puuisht   by!not   use   their   powers   well   they  can
be displaced. But If they fail to maintain  in  good   repair  the  highways  of
the city, it is not a matter Of which
the  courts  can   take cognizance,    or
first    tne   tecnmcai   one,   ,._.!which can he the foundation of an ac-
that'an action could not be maintain- tion lf any citizen should be thereuy
ed   against   an   unincorporated   body ; aggrieved
like the Inhabitants of a county, aud j If the facts disclosed In this sec-
second the real common law rea-'tlon constitute mere nonfeasance wad
son viz- that it was better that an nothing more, t,ie learned Judge was
Individual should sustain an injury ir.gut, but in my opinion there is
than that the puhlic should suffer an something more
inconvenience.
Later on. when municipal bodies
were incorporated or regarded as Incorporated bodies, it was in Id. toilowing up the second ground, that as pit
common   law   there   was  no   liability
WHaFRID DOTJGAUi,
per O. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
"                 DORA ANDERSON,
Per S. H   vORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1^9.	
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
T��ke notice that an application has
M'n made to register Anni.- Ryder
_ owner _i [ ilmple under a tax
���ale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher to
Ann lo hv,i - __ar!ng date the 13th
day of (in,;, r, \ II. 1906, of all and
singular thai ertaln parcel or tract
01 land and | remises situate, lying
anil being i_ the district of New
Westmin-v ,- [��� ;h,, province of Brlt-
���n Columbia more particularly
���>'*t.   and    described    as Lot  'ii,
��]Y ''  ''' * s- 9. 1�� and 17, Block
. Lots 1, -   ;.. ir, and 17| Block    6;
""si. p'. 12 l; and 20 Block 9; Lots I
*>��. . W im,I 17, Hlock 10; Lots 1, 8,
'.it) and IT. Block 12; Lots 4, 5, 12,
'"Mill 20 Block 13; Lot. 1, 8, 9, 16
��wl., Block 14; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and
J'. Block 16; i.ots 4, 5, and 20, Block
tp, I/its 1,   ,, .,,   18 and 17   Block 18.
^th. Block 21; all subdivisions of
u Al (;rmip !��� !-ots 10, 11, 12, 18,
"and 15, Block "_.������ subdivision of
""-'is Group i; Lots 24. 26, 26 27.
'��'! 32, Hlock 1;  Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
Bloc.       '"' 13' 14' 1B 18- I9 ^d 20,
,  7  '!  Loi 18, Block 5;  Lots 1, 8,
���wand 17, Block 15; Lots 4, 5, 12,
an 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
Y  ,"'""P 1;  Lot 7. Block 4, of Lot
-', Group l, Map 174
-ndH.  "'n'1 ,hf,J" Maiming through or
anv int      and aU  Persons  claiming
tai at 8t ln thr' sai(1 land bv vh'-
an. ��., ans unri Klstered instrument.
i ,i persons claiming any interest
said land by d
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that  John    Olsen,  of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
""I Intends  to   apply   for   permission   to
purchase    the    following     described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
hav at northwest corner of Davies
lsiand. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June Gth. 1909.
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarterof section 12. township 2, N*w
Westminster district
Whereas proof Of the .loss of cerU
flrate of title number 1767a, ,s8Ue<1 '"
,fhe nam, of William Oleson, has been
filed in this offlce.
atThrex\drEyofrertLr;
?nUPKVeL5me  valid  objection  M
miKle to me in writing ^^
District Registrar of TltleB.
Registry   Offlce,     New
C��� August 2. 1909.
ecia
West-
District of  Coast lUnge OM. I
"^Commencing at a post plantedi on I
the southeast shore In a JM-WJ
Compton   Island.     Dated^J>   ���>
1909.     Applying for the whole u
^ntalning n^g^JS&ffm f
P_Th   FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909
IS
20.
22
titl
Is
���sc-eiit,   whose
.,  under  the pro-
rpn,,i   V"   "''iind Registry  Act"
required to contest
*��K>n. 7 ��***"*
District of Coast Range O^-
Take   notice   that   Jacobr��*
of Vancouver. B. C. ���*V����%S
penter.  intends  to upU   Joj P     de.
sion to    purchase    the following
scribed lands: nltnted  on
Commencing at a post d;
the southwest shore of MO una
Dated, June 4th, 1909      f^Tflam
the whole lsiand, containing 50
more or less. ..nonSON,
JACOB  JACOBSu..
Per S.  H.  KORD, Agent
Dated June 4th. 1909.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
One hundred dozen Men's
Heavy Ribbed Heather Sox,
regular 35c, for
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105
Box 345
t^*1 Pu��hw _
the claim of
���   .     within  ten  davs
��f thu". ,      "f ,h<' first publication-
w�� notice and ln default ot a cav-|
the
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
HE       DaT^ NEWS
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
ACME CLOTHING CO.
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
The case of Bathurst v. Macpherson
(1879) 4 App.Cas. _i_i6, is on all fours
with   the   present  case.     There    tbe
liability of the Corporation to repair
was not the Pomt uptu which the case
turned.     The  plaintiff   succeeded   because the Corporation had constructed a drain under a street and failed
to make it of a material that would
support the  road.    It was a case of
1 misfeasance and the fact that it took
two year's at least to develop into a
' nuisance did not make R nonfeasance.
A municipal corporation for an act
of   misfeasance   causing   a    nuisance
I has   no  greater   privilege   than     any
other  body  or  persuu.
If any private person makes a drain
under a street and omits to cover it
up and there results au accident after the lapse of, say, several hours,
that person will be liable to au action just the same as if he had dug
a trench in the street and left it uncovered. What difference does it
make if the accident does not occur
for several days���or weeks���or even
years, lf the material is of eriahablo
nature. Lambert v. Lo . oft Corporation (1901) 1 Q.B., . ��0; and
O'Conner v. City of Hamilton (1905)
10 C.D.R., 529, upou which two cases
the learned County Court Judge Pas-
ed his decision, may be distinguished, ln those case, there was no want
of care in Inspecting. Here we have
ev.ditice of negligence, viz; that
there wag no inspection.
lu my opinion ou the authority ot
the Bathurst Case the defendants are
liable. The defendants set a trap,
and it makes no difference that several year, elapsed before it sprung.
It is not quite clear tbat they are
fixed with liability by their own statute, sec. 205 of 1888:
'Every such puhlic street, road,
square, lane bridge and highway shall
be kept In repair by the Corporation."
In the Municipality of Pictou v.
Geldest (1893) A.C. 524; and Sydney
v. Bourke, supra, the corporations
escaped because the statutes d.d not
confer upon the comcil the duty to
repair.
In the collection of judgments collected by Mr. Cameron Is to foe found
the decision of the Supreme Court of
Canada holding the City of Halifax
liable in an action for nonfeasance,
���hy reason of the language used m the
Halifax Act of Incorporation; Cameron's S. C. Canada, p.676.
In Sydney v. Bourke, supra, had
the earlier statute set out on p.436,
remained in force, there might have
heen���I do not say ther would haye
been���a different result to the litigation.
In my opfnion the judgment below
should be reversed and judgment entered for $505.. with costs below and
of this appeal.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER   17
We Buy
So That
We Can
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if a*   :i$*   jell
a" -    " I" (     -**�����.     <* -     J- ' _l ���
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..If11    ���'   * -n   ���  * '��� ��
and sell so that we
can sell again. We
have the goods at
the right price, and
(what is more), the
right goods. We
never fail to please
those who want the
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������
{Hot Time!
IS   MOST   OVER   THIS   YEAR
W*e trust you will
find it convenient
to risidly inspect
our line of heating
stoves before you
buy, as we feel positive we can please
you in price, quality and style.
Han
Friday
ain   day   at   P.
and Saturday.
Bums
&   Co.'s
214-tf.
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m
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Everything for tha garden at Tidy
phone 1S-J-
Be  sure  your
cules soles on.
Fall  shoes  have Her-
��� Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
������������������������������������*��������*������������������������
best.
If
thing
you want any-
in our grocery or crockery
line call in and see
us; we are here to
supply you.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Wilcliazel Cream
We also hav> all kinds of complexion   creams   and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kin I of Floral work. tele;.hone Davie.-'
Greenhouse. R20_. **
Dr. J. D. Gamble, optician, is al
625 Colum.ia street. Room 13, everj
Friday.
The current issue of the Dominion
Gaz tte   contains   the    proclamation
setting      Monday.    October      -5    as
Thanksgiving Day for this year.
Tlie county court will be in session
next week on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Friday, and <*i the week following on   Monday, t
Hercules sole leather wl]] wear out
two  pairs  of any other sole  leather
made.
B. C. E, R. city and Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for th ��� accommodation of the New Westminster people attending the horse races
at   Minoru   park.   Lulu   Island.       Th
| last Sapperton car will  leave the office at 11:30 p.m., aud the city car at
11:20 ;.m.
Oysters    are  now    in  season.      A
lull  supply  of eastern  and  Olympian
at  Benson & Ayiing, Begble street.
214-tf.
If
sin
you  wear    Hercules    soles  your
s  will  never ned  resoling.
Another      large
fresh chickens.      P.
214-tf.
consignment
Burns <_ Co.
WESTMINSTER
MODERN
BUSINESS
SCHOOL
with a knowledge of the latest methods, this school is prepared to lead
the students placed in its care by the
shortest road through the most thorough course to a desirable goal. SYSTEM its watchword; PROGRESS its
goal, and  HONOR, Its trade mark.
Both  day  and   evening  classes are
now being conducted.     Call or write.
A.  L.  BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
A meeting of the representatives
'of the city ami Coquitlam municipality with regard to the application of
Uhe latter for permission to alter t.ie ]
j size of the intake pipe at the lake for i
Ithe purposes of their own supply, w.is
held yesterday, and a resolution
drafted for approval at the next
j me. ting of the city council.
Buy orchard   iands   while  they   are j
cheap and become independent.      We
[are the official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Let I
us tell you about their choice holdings
at  Appleland.      A  new  towns.te ani I
fruit  district    along th_  line of    tiv i
B,  C.  Electric Chilliwack  line and  V. j
V. _ F. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
This sectien excelis in the production
of all fruits.    Come at once while the
best lands are selling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense.
We can   sell    live,  ten,    fifteen and
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms,     .
J.  Hart  &  Co.,  Ltd. **
Remember the big lacrosse match
between New Westminster a��ad Vancouver at the Queen's park oval on
Saturday This is the last of the
schedule, and the local boys are out
to win. **
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Re 14-100 acres of portion of section 21, block 5, nortii range 6, west
New  Westminster  district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number GfiuTF issued in
the name of Island Lodge No, 24, I. 0.
O. P., has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby givm that I shall.
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,  issue
a   duplicate   of    he   said   certificate,
unless  in  the  meantime valid   objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,  Xew  Westmin- i nesday of the  present
ster. B. C.,  September 9, 1009. .season   does    not  open
Harvest Thanksgiving supper in
Mr. Geo. Adams' hall. Columbia
street, Saturday 18th, 1909, from 5 to
S p.m. Controlled by Ladies' Aid of
West End Methodist church. Tickets 50c. Speeches and program afterward. 214-tf.
The luncheon to Lord Strathcona
ana party, after allowing for the receipts,  will cost the city  about $130.
For the instruction of sportsmen
the News draws attention to the fact
that owing to an error it was stated
In yesterday's Issue that the grouse
shooting season had opened on Wed-
week. The
until   Friday,
NOTICE.
TRADE
First   Street   Sewer  Assessment.
A   Court  of  Revision  will   be  held
at the City  Hall  on  September 22nd i
Owner wii I trad. for good farm land   at 10 a.m. for the purpose of hearing]
Improved or otherwise, a 9 room house   appeals    against    the    above  assess-
on corner lot 65x132, on Royai avenue,   mont.
New     Westminster.       Splendid   view.
Monthly rental $25.    Send fullest par
ticulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS       Citv   Hall
OF COURT BLOCK. VANCOUVER.       16   1.09,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
New  Westminster, Sept.
'October 15.
Attention is drawn by the police to
ithe fact that persons killing song
I birds are o|>en to prosecution. Certain latitude is given in orchards
during the summer months for tnelr
destruction, but this permission lias
now lapsed. The authorities will
bring to hook any hoys disobeying
this regulation.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ �������������������������������������������������������������������������
RANi
School Clf-se for Walnut Harvest,
Santa Ana, Cai., Sept. 16.���Labor
Ts scarce on the walnut ranches and
to solve the problem the schools of
this (list rift. San Juan, Cnpis; num
and Olive hav,. given what is called
a "walnut vacation," so that the children may help gather the crop. The
children are making good wages.
A Full Line of HEATING AND COOKING STOVES. ���
Contractors for Plumbing and Heating.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
# Trust Block. Front St., New Westminster ���
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������45
BOOTS and   SHOES
Chamberlin & Co.
MARRIAGE.
WOOD-WESTON���AT    ST.    JAMBS',
Victoria, ii. c, on September 14,
1909, Harold \v. Wood, younger Bon
of .). F. O'C, Wood, of Vancouver,
to Blanche May, elder daughter of
Charles Octavius Weston, of Criek-
h-wood, London, England. London  papers please copy.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
sMfmm**MM��NmMmNMMMMmMM*mMHI
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���
���
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Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
j Snaps in Lots
, ._._   L?7J' ��0UBLE CORNER-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH  ST. CAR
LINE;  $225;   TERMS.
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE���66x145   FEET-
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS. '
2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;  TERMS.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wen-
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles nnd children Saturdays at
8:30 p. m.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
\ F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. |
������������������4 >������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
OER SHOWING OF WOMEN. WEAR FOR fAU
IDS OREAT FAVOR WITH SHOPPERS
FASHION    SANCTIONS THE CLEVEREST  STYLES THIS FALL WE  HAVE EVER SEEN   EAC
GARMENT   AS   IT   ARRIVES  FROM  THE   FASHION  CENTRES AND   IS    TAKEN    FROM    ITS   B"
CALLS      FORTH       EXCLAMATIONS
OF  APPROVAL.
SHREWD. DISCERNING SHOPPERS PRONOUNCED OUR DISPLAY OF WOMEN'S WEARABLES
FOR FALL SUPERB. IN REALITY
THE DISPLAY IS QUITE A STYLE
STUDY.
ELEGANT FASHIONED TAILORED SUITS. DEPICTING THE EXTREMELY POPULAR "MOYEN
AGE" STYLES FIND FIRST FAVOR.
IN SKIRTS, THIS IS A SEASON OF
MANY STYLES���ALLOWING YOU
SELECTION FROM A WIDE RANGE
OF MODELS. IN COATS. WRAPS
AND WAISTS THE SAME CONDITION   HOLDS TRUE.
INDIVIDUALITY IS THE KEY
NOTE OF THIS DISPLAY. STYLE
RANGE IS SO BROAD AND STRIKING THAT YOU WILL HARDLY
FIND   TWO   STYLES   ALIKE.
THE POPULAR PRICES MAKE
THIS DISPLAY A GREAT FAVORITE WITH THE SHOPPING PUBLIC. THE QUALITY OF OUR GARMENTS, THE FIT AND WORKMANSHIP ARE OF THE BEST. SPEND
AN HOUR OR SO IN THIS DEPARTMENT. YOU WILL SPEND IT
PLEASANTLY   AND   PROFITABLY.
���&-___________;
Have You Seen the
New Foil Suits?
You'll find the display
very interest -ng. You ought
to make an extra effort to
see it at once while the
showing is at its best. It
you intend to buy a costume
ready to wear we are sure
you'll find amongst this
splendid assemblage pretty
styles, original, distinctive
and to your Hkmg.
Attractive Costumes
THE NEW DESIGNS FOR
FALL ARE FASCINATING
IN THEIR  NOVELTY.
Smart tailored suits of striped chevron cloth in handsome one. two and three
toned effects. A very chic
Style of suit. Buttons and
trimmings t>f same material
on the bias.     Prices
$25 up to $39.50
The New Furs for tte
New Season
If you Intend to buy for
yourself a new tur or set ol
furs, select them now wi'le
the next season's stock is
complete.
MILLINERY
THESE  ARE  OPENING
DAYS.
Customers can rely Implicitly on the correctness ��i
our'millinery. lta divei
also Is worthy of comma.-
datlon. Never *o man
good Btyles���never sues
splendid values. A visit w
our Millinery section wui
prove very Interesting ���"
this time. Style V��*f��
can be quickly settled at
this Initial display 01 ""���
new Fall Millinery.
We have just received  our new
Dress Goods.     Want you to see
them.
Black dress foleries of exceptionally strong characteristics, u feature of the dress
goods section. Imported
weaves Of the most reliable
nature find a place here.
BLACK PANAMA Of extra
heavy winter weight, per
yard     $1.00
BLACK MELROSE, a dress
materia] with broken weav.,
per yard    $1.10
SATIN STRIPE SUITING-,
per yard    50c t0 $1.25
BLACK FRENCH V_N_-
TIANS, in various widths
and lengths, yd 90c to $1.35
BLACK SATIN CLOTHS,
tine and lustrous in appearance,  per yard. .85c to $1.25
BLACK SATIN VENETIAN
SITTINO especially desirable for tailored suits and
skirts, vppry heavy weight,
per yard $2.00
BLACK BROAD CLOTH
SUITING, permanent in finish, good heavy weight for
suits or coats, per yard,
$1.85 to $2.25.
BLACK ROXANA, a material with hard finish, very
strong and serviceable, per
yard 75c to $1.75
SMART   BLOUSE    WAISTS
FOR   DRESSY  WEAR
in  plain  satins, pp!
popular shades ' r
ing season in tau
hlnck, brown, navy.
each
$7.50 to $8.50
SHOWING A  VARIETY OF
DAINTY   WAISTS   FOR
ALL  OCCASIONS
in which are eoru net Wltjl
colored silk, trimmings, P1"
pure silk Insertion sleeves.
tucked and starred, ���"*
lined, fastened bacK |
front;  sizes 32 to ��. > r'(l'
$4.50 to $15.00
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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