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 tire
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
VICTIMS Of ACCIDENT
ARE LAID TO REST
great Concourse of Mourners Follows Bodies of Con.
ductors fo Grave.
The Bags on
city hall and the
, e. ii- were at half
lasO'esterdu; -il, .he funerals of
".ate Willi hnston and W. T.
Lis, tw-   ol    Ne*   Westminster's
' mo��t P0PulaI sonS| Were laUing P
Ideepresp-   I In -hid, these men
beld ,,, ..  strikingly  shown  by
|;l,,,. numbei  of people who foi-
,������,,! the remains to their last rest-
Klaci       .      entire lore- of the
I iftreel Ral �� - Unl��n' wlUx the
{exception ol ' actually required
Im keep the care running, and all the
Members ol    thi   Sons  of    England
li'L oi ��� L:I" Mr- HarrlB
llga mi irched ,(l ,llc ceme'
|,'rv to paj I ��� L's! tribute of relict ... theii departed companions.
IMany of the eitUens also attended
|ftot u of thi  largest funerals
lever held in Ni ��  Westminster.
The Funeral  Service.
K,.   Mr. Shildrick   conducted   the
Ifuneral I the late Mr. John-
jsUlI1 m the indei taking rooms ol
���Murchie and i He took his text
���from Luki "Be   ye therefor
��� ready for the Son oi Man cometh
Iwht-i'i yi in a i. w simple
Iworis' Mr, Shildrick refei red to the
lawful suddi uness of the accident
I which resulted In the death of so
|many, (.ml spoke feelingly of the high
|            .   thi  deceased.
Hi,. : oceeded  from  there
J- Church   cemetery,
I e i. read   the burial
I.. pallbearers    weir  VV.
I] D   Osl nun. T.  Nei
I. and C. Kllis. Among
1 ei eived from frien is oi
I- Wreaths���West
I] os.    Mr.    and  Mi s.
|: mlly, Officials B.C E ii
��� Co., Ltd . Vancouver, Pioneei Di\ I-
1- I, Arthur Lineman and Al-
Ibert T. Ge d, Mr. Patterson, Ber-
I:Idge I and    Mrs   Ll
r I Mrs. 1). .1. McQuar-
Irie, Mr. W. Brown, two lai g<
l~ Vancouver,  no  nanus
lltl �� losses���Mr. and  Mrs. R-
J Miss    Marion    Wright.
I ;. C. E   R. Bmployei s Div.
e stminster.       Sickle���
NtW ELECTRIC LINE
OPENS IHIS MORNING
First   Car   Will   Carry   Passengers   on
Eburne Extension, Leaving City
at 7 A. M.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St,    Phone 85.
HivtR makes
APPEAL TO ELECTORS
The newly constructed electric
between this city and Vanco iver via
Eburne will be opened this tn
for  traffic,  the   lit si   ca    leavlni
city at 7 a.m. and an hourlj  s
being given thereafter.
The cars which will 0] erati  on I
branch  are those    whi. n  ha..- bei
making the trip   until   now     twe
Vancouver   and   Eburne        They   will
prolong their journey ti  this city i   i
the lu l-i' miles of extra t a k.    I
lull   distance   Is   aboul   1     miles   aio
will  be made    well un "er    thi   I
once the service is rum.ing Bmooi
The track to Eburne Is almosl  li ��� ���
following all the way close to the
er edge and opening  up a  Bph n II .
tract of country.
Fmm Eburne the lin- winds round
a hillside with a consi lerabh gra li
through Fairview to the Granville
street Jepot. li is exj ec i ,i that a
large number ol people will taki tl ���
trip today, at hast as fa i.is EbUl 'ee
and thai many will go through to Van
couver and Steveston. the car for the
latter town meeting the through car
at Eburne.
There are quite a number of ] ph
from this city who will find the new
line an advantage to them from i i i * ���
outset and it will help t i hi lng Ihis
city Into closer touch with the mot
mouth.
sterly  Criticism   of  the
... Policy of the Mc-
':- ��� le Government.
:.a\e alri td;
tee the public
to political ;
that  Sn   Cht
ATALANTAS   VICTORIOUS.
I:
|W - -.   R, ('.  II.      Spi   '
I- i Burnaby School, Mr.
| ��� ��� iw,  Mr. and  Mrs. W. J.
I mily,    Misses Crake
t, Mr. and  Mrs. A.  Dow,
Elley, Mr. and  Mis   J,
I I Mrs   W. .1.  Ken,  Mr.
I I     s. E J   Uoughan, Mr. and Mrs.
ery, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
IWi -
Funeral of Conductor  Harris.
e.i the late Conductor
-   trom the home of
on    Blackburn    Btreet,
*bere a shorl service was conducted
.   deB  (.'wen.     The occasion was ��� o Bad tor any Bermon;
i ipathy of the crowded
tore eloquent  than any-
ty.      The chamber
*as a 1;'      ol  flowers,  all  bearing
J'itness tn ti���  grea| logs felt bv the
��� 50sts "I Wl ad    and   relatives of  the
I deceased.     A  long nip nu|.a, ni|���ltrs
,' Mr.  and   Mrs.   W.
'     Mi     Hugh   Qalbraith and
a���.v. Mr : ��� | m,s. s. P. Mark, Vie-
',r,,r ;U|11 Wii   I   Mouck, Miss J. Held.
,'and X      Bowden,  Mr, and Mrs.
1 V,     lj- ���    Mi.   and   Mrs.  Geo.
���ami and   Mrs.   Geddedd   and
;lr��� ���'"i'i Mrs. T.e. ler. Queen's Avenue
church    choir.   Miss  Alice
'������''-   '      Leil
Strenuous  Tactics    of     Local   Ladies
Defeat   Vancouver   Girls.
The Atalanta Ladies' Hockey team
of this city upheld Hs reputation In
a match against the ladies of Vancouver High School, played on the
Moody square grounds on Saturday
afternoon. The game- was one of the
hardest In the annals of ladies' hockey on the coast ami resulted In a oe
tory for the locals to the Bcon ol
_' tu mulling.
Brute Btrength and strenuoslt)
won the gam.- for the New Westminster ladies. The Vancouver players
had the bettei combination, and wen-
iuclined to play a more Bcientifl-
styl of garni I n their opponents
Meie science, however, had no Bhov,
asl     e ii id i ���  : iug powen
ol   the  N       '. -       li   ter girls.
The New Westmlnsti r ladies pu
successfully into operation the tactics
which won them BO many games lasl
year, both goals ie. ing made from the
centre of wild scrimmages Immedl-
aii lj in fronl ol tl) Vancou ��� -
sti.-lis. Miss Elley and Miss Wilkle
were the Bcorers.
Mr. Corbetl  acted as referee.    He
survived.
innouncernent of the rail-
number of ev ents have
:. make 11 clear  I  ��'
Iv i a political crli Is In the
which  requires  your  most
. e ration,   The promulga
the |   hey  was at  once follow
ol bj tin   n   Ignations of the Financi
Minister,  Mi    Tatlow, and  the  Minis
I     tnd     Mr,  Fulton,    on    the
grounds thai they could not give thei
t  to Lu   arrangement   arrived
o   Ml    Ml   hide and Mr.  Mann.
As uas tn i>e expected, the reasons
madi   It   impossible  for  theii
i  :, main  iu   the  Cablnel
commended themselves
.a large without regard
.Titles.   Willi   the   Usui'
les Hlbberl Tupper. a
Mii long Conservative of the greates
ability ami distinction, and many
others who. like him, refuse tcl be
forced l>> partisan considerations to
join in the s] ol latlon of the Province
have declared themselves as vigorously opposed to the conclusion of an
arrang. nn tit which must inevitably
destiny our credit, while securing
nothing in return.
in his nomination speech, tl-.e Hon.
Mr. Bowser said: "In giving you the
Canadian Northern, w, are ns giving j ou ..in iiiii i wo transcontlnenl
als. for the G. T. P. Intends ' rush
its Fori Geoi ge to Vancom er branch
in competition, and expects to ' h
hen- lirsl. lh.-n the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul is coming OUI
coast, thus e i>, ine- Vancouver and till
Lower Main; ml at an eai ly date o
transcontlni ntal  railways.
If we arc to have six transcontinental railwa) 6 se v lng Vance.u\ er anl
the Lower     alnland nl an earl)  daj.
is   it    p es-  1. ill      1        Oi   ei    W   I 'o
and   more   uncoi    Idei    1   proji        Ihan
thai  ni plei tli    en oi
ROVERS AND THISTLES
PlAY 10 A TIE
PUMOSK! MUST
Kt MAIN IN PRISON
Local Soccer Men Put Up a
Good Game in Vancouver
Saturday,
the Provinci
tion ol  onlj
pi dally In
the   Hon.   ivli
,     ��� ���        - C
.'    ol
I,
r
of     the!   .,
Irving  Winn
ston an |
Old
. .rs. W. John-
Employees of   Geo
md Mr.-T^'Fletcher/Mr.
J     McQuarrie, Mr. G.
!���"���, Mr. R, Barnes.   Crowns���
C   E,   R,  Co.,  Vancu-
i.   \\\. 101.     Hearts���
a   Fashion  Livery.
Burr, Miss B. A
u!n"a. i hrlstle.      Crosses���
J. A. Lee, Fi i.-nds Rob-
termed p, iver' s'' Paul'�� R'"
church  choir,   Mr.
E. STEINHEIL
ESCAPES GUILLOTINE
Thousands Indulge in Hysterics When Verdict is
Announced.
family.
Slats���Mr
family," Capt and Mis.
pll8 ,'r .,"' ' i; 'maby, Sprays���Pu-
s p Ul -: Burnaby school, Mrs. W.
tnd Mrs. w. Buther-
and  son,   Mr. and
i^-Mrs   ,   ,;,,,,
ll,,,', ���'''���"'"'son, Mrs. Ed. Bell,
Mr ,, ,, !' i;m,,>'' M,'s- Barnes,
lo,,,, Ed    Martin   and  son  of
Mr -n   \,    ' ,l"*1 Mr��- G,'<>   Pi(',<,f'.
Ch
imb(
���    "...i    ,,| i 9.    vie.),    rn  I.' ,
Medley,  Mrs.  and  Miss
11 Ben Johnston of Van-
Mr. Dunes
''Oil
COuver wi' "';"':m McAullev. Van
-Mlss itlZ A'""<k ot Centrnl Park
AU ���'",|   -'i-l  Laura  Sinclair,   Mr
Mont*lC?fona,d< Ml' and Mr.. J. A
^-uaV' Mr and Mrs- B. Mead��
Paris, Xov. 11.-Mine Margherita
Steinheil was. acquitted by a Jury al
12:66 this morning of murdering hei
husband, Adolphe steinheil. ;i noted
painter, and lu-r stepmothei, Mme.
Japy.
The verdict was rendered after two
and a half hunts' deliberation, during
which the jury three times summoned
the president of the court tor exi 11
aiions, thus proving thai the original
majority was for conviction
\ dramatic si me followed
jury's appearance. The red-robed
judges and counsel filed in ami took
iheir places. M. Dtivalles, the presiding Judge, turn-.I to tl |ttrj anel
asked:
"Have you reached a verdicl
The   foreman   replied ,
"On our conscience we answer, wo
to every question.
Lawyers  Embrace  Each  Otner.
A salvo of "bravos" followed <
annouiiceuieiii and a perfeel bedlam
broke loos- M. Aubln coon*
Mme. Steinheil. embraced his coi-
leagues. Men and women In the rear
of the hall jumped and screamed tor
Joy. The judge bad o threatenJo
clear the courtroom before a ambiance of order was restored.
and m
\V. j'"('''..       ,   Pearce, Mr.  and  Mrs!
Minnie and Robert Thorn-
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,,    Ral'y to the  Flag.
,,���,;'������   '.il-ral should do his
room. ,r V" ;" the ���*�����>��������
In hi.      '''nder all assistance
ti0n 'f0Wf'r ,,)Wanl the aboll-
,,. '" . tolls on the Fraser
^>im !���   '"'  and  a*a'nst  the
w���rkir���" ' by the 1-0.000
b|a   "^ l,1"n In British Colum-
***������������������������������������
Yesterday was the 71st birthday "'
Joseph   V.   Smith,    presi
Mormon church
ton. Mrs. B. Burr and family Mr^d
Mrs. J. Inslev, Mr. and Mrs. BUW�� .
Mrs. I). K. Ppwler, ,om.
From the house the hearse ��\
panled   by   a   large   number  of  MOM
who had known and r��fl^
ceased ln life procee led to m^    m
undertaking     parlors. l" .
hearse containing the remains J g
late  Conductor Johnston Mned ae
cortege, which moved slowlj Ofl^
the cemetery at Sapperton. ��J
two hearses were ��������gJJ ��
hundreds of mourning ciuw _
majority of whotn ^.^f^.
cemetery, making tl'-1 ta**���JLn in
sion one of the loBfWt ����r ������>
the history of the city.
,. ., - . ..
lines,   es-
. .   -   ���
waei.   iioe   .a     anj
I   Trunk   Paclflc   i
to re '  noouvi ���   In
>   i      rail .ay?    If  the
- .rami Ti unk Pacifi : an'.' : hlcagi    M
waukee & St. Paul, to say nothing of
i, i    othei    Im  a   to   -viiiuii   i
can come an I are c milng  In re
,
what   maddi i   ; roji c
cehI'd   than   11 al   ol
credit  to bring In a
which,  like  thc rest,  Is
transcontinental   railv aj
come   lien-   in   am    event,
we could  mu   keep out  of
Ince in anj   case?
It   ie admitted thai   the
pOi ed by Mr, McBrlde and
i.i o	
could   be   con
.   haustlng   oui
Blngle    railwaj
I declared
aael   musl
tnd   which
the  I'o
route  pro
Mr.   Man.i
double-track the Q. T. P. i.i the V- I
lowhi ad Pass and the C, P R. down
the Fraser Valley, li is admitted thai
by the proposed Kettle Valley connec
tion, the okanagan and Kootenay
countries can be reached only by a
long and circuitous route, a greal
part of which would also double-
Hack the C. P. K The shod and dl
reel road to this city from the thickly
settled Kootenays and the rich Okanagan districl is by the Hope Mountains portal, which Mr. Mann forci I
Mi. McBride to abandon. The propei
route from Kamloops' Is thai by N'1
cola Lake up the Coldwater, down ' '
Coquohala, and thence to Vancouver,
a route whioh nowhere double-tracks
an existing railway, anl everywhere
opens up new and valuable territory
The   tWO   absolute!.,   ivsenlial   COndl
tions to be compiled with In any pro-
|ect for railwaj aid In ihis Province
;,,,.; First, the opening up of ni w ter
i [toi j, and bi cond, cheap transpoi o
tion. The McBi Ide Mann scheme, on
the contrary, provides tor double
tracking th. i   i' if throughout mosl
ntlnned on  Page six).
GAME  LACKED SCIENCE.
Vancouver   High  School     Juniors   Dr
feat C.  M.  C.  Scrub  Rugby Te-im,
The  Vancouver  Mule   Bel I  i""'"1
.   , d tfi e ��� d    th- Colum
bian College scrub team by a scon- "I
_ to <b in a loose ami uninteresting game at the Queen's park oval ""
Saturday afternoon, the match being
pulled off as a preliminary to the big
event between tne intermediate tenuis
of fhe two colleges.
The players on both sides showed a
more or less complete lack of know
ledge of the fine points of the *"""''
although the hoys from Vancouvei
managed to demonstrate that 'hey
knew considerably more about. It than
did the local players. Few Of tne
plays in the Held were made without
fumbling and the tackling was ine
limit. The players took the Add *s
follows: tf
Columbian College���Forwards, Brew,
Winston, Maxwell, Honeyman, Weaver. Place, Cooper, Swanson. halves.
Brown, G. White; three-quarters A-
White. Christie, Poupore. A. Baker,
full. Wood. ,
Vancouver High School���Forwards.
Sutton, Klrkpatrick, Muir, Franks,
Muirson. Kennedy, Gordon, MacDonald; three quarters, Bell, Wilson,
Dean, Upham; halves, Leasby, Bevei-
ldge; full, Dempster.
The Rovers on Saturdaj bfoke even
with the Thistles of Vancouver in the
thli ' ��� oc i in itch ol the season betwei a the two old rivals, the score
standing 2 to 2 al hail time, and 3 all
at close of play. Ii wa . onceded
thai the match was the besi exhlbb
tion ei soccer so far this season, but
ae that it was far shorl ol the game
aa , laj ed by the same ti ume at the
oose ol  last  season;  no more, how-
e. . , .   could    be   expected,    yet.        The
i. atch  did  not    attract   much  of    a
c..... I.   bul   those   who     w     ,    present
v, ere nol lacking In i ni huslasm,
e., a though thej diet gi cold feet,
tne chill lu ce/e taking . s much ol
thi ii attention aa the gam .
Thistles'   Good   Combination.
The  Thistles throughou,   played  a
Steady,  well   balanced game, and Iheir
combination, espi. lallj i,. the fit si
half, was far Buperioi to tnai of the
liovei b       i he Westnilns.i ,   men did
not si. ni to ne able to wo k together
at   all.   show lng   a   lack   Ol   ti am   piao
tice  thai   win   require   n . ee,lying   if
the Rovers are to remain champions
ol  the mainland.      Bul  foi   lndi\ nine.I
play,   there   was   no   . om, ai i. mi   betwei ii the teams.     Win n i wo opposing men mei  on the flel I, In almost
everj   case  it   was Un   Westminster
man who took the ball, onlj   to l"si'
it fraiuentlj through had placing and
worse i i cei\ ing.     With a good com
blnation ii would have bei n all West
minsti ..
Pi e'\ in: w as ,���. strong t.e ,n on the
Thli ,,,.,   uae and   ;��� oved  too
much for I laj es to keep do >\ ti scoring
all   iia   goals  foi   the  S< ol.    ,.,.11   Gun
,e on plaji -I his usual st. iy, head}
gau i . and Munro and loi,. were g tod
In llvlduallj e verj ian on iIn
Royal City t. am played v 11, Bruce,
Lock and Robei I een piaj h ; spectai :>
lar ��� -111 ( ;.      John I in  m     Caj da len
i laj ed sti   nj lj   on  t.i    foi wai d
line; both glvl      tii    \ a iv< t  goal-
ien.,. i   s.. i    sh, .,      i  handle,
w llil ..   a.    did    In" II   Cl ��� eo...i.>       Saw
j. -      ..-I   i .,,',   ��.. .    thei     with  tlie
Welfare,
ti"   reserve   non    who    was    i n
w '. . . Hoi to i     . . ',
. ,  ..       ,....,, ���< 1    !,,.! ���   ...   .    e, , . V,
eel I       ���  ".
e i oss woke up um ing tue lasl lu'i
���   s   of   pi        ������     '        OW    I I "'
ol   Ills  ii.ai tl  form -
during    that    time. Hibbertson    In
goal played a  g i game.     O. Phil
lips refereed.
Rovers Score First.
From the kickoff the ThistleB car
ried the ball Into Wi stml isti i terrl
tory bj good combination work, Robertson breaking the run an I sending
the ball hack.     Welfare tried a shot
hut   without   luck.     For  some  time  the
play swung from side to sid". the vi*
Itors iiaving thi bettei ol the play
., nerally, Mlti hell was called upon
to make a pretty Bave from a high
shot by Robertson, and then Waddy
gol an opening and pul the ball
through, stalling t.ie scoring, the goal
keeper being unable to repeal his pei
formance of a moment before - A
sharp attack followed on the Westminster goal, and the boys in blue
kept up the bombardmenl with vigor
until the inevitable happen -il. ProV
ins evening the seme from a pass by
Buchart, Hibbertson saved some hard
shots, tin.I Bi uce made a line save by
good headwork,     Westminster again
took the  lead a  lew   minutes later pel
.lohnston, alter a scrimmage for possession of the pigskin almosl In the
Vancouver net. Several good attempts
followed on both shies, then the Thistles tied again, from a good combination attack. Iti'uc.' hud a chance to
save but luck was against him. tor I"'
slipped at the critical tnomi nl and
lefl the net open. I'mv ins putting the
leather to rest. This ended ll"'
coring ror the flrsl half, Westminster
losing pome apparently I'm. chances
to score by hick of combination,
The Second Half.
Perhaps    It  was   the    sun. whii h
blaze I   da/./.liugly   in   their   eyi s.   that
prevented the hoys In red from doing
their best in the flrsl half, toi with
the opening of the second things Improved  considerably  with   them  and
the  game  in   conse<|Uetico  became  Ins
ler and more interesting,     Robertson
,mule an opening for Cayd/.Un. ami a
pretty attempl followed. Caydzien
shortly after gave Welfare an opportunity, but the reserve mii'i missed
the pass' and one of lhe best chances
of scoring. BhaWCroSS seemed to
have things Ills own way once, with
n clear goal ahead and only a few
vards from the net, but was foiled
iiv n foul. The penalty was taken
by Robertson, but the chance to score
was passed. As the game advanced,
the combination of tbe red Jerseys
improved and the play became of a
ding-dong character, neither side being able to break through. Then with
fifteen minutes to play both seemel
to make np their minds that the time
had come for a burst of speed. Robertson came to life and by spectacular play engineered twu good shots
on the Vancouver goal. Then the
blue and white got busy and Spence
almost tallied, followed by a-bombardment of shots from all directions, one
striking the bar. Bruce was a tower of strength at this stage, clearing
again and again, Provins at length
managing to find a way through, ani
The Fact That Appeal Court Has Not
Been  Constituted  Does  Not  Jus
tily Gaol Delivery.
Vincent Pracsoloskl, the Tele sentenced al the last assizes lure for
, ��� . w'     has been endeavoring to
gain his liberty on a line point ol law,
falli ei. and w ill sia> in pi Ibob
foi   the pri: enl al any rate.
Win n. Prasoloi .i was com Icted
Mis Honor J.udge Howay granted a re-
si i vi case u hich he set to be heard
before the coun ol appeal on November 22.    Tin   conl  ..I  appeal  was  U01
then constitute,i. although the order
in council   authorizing   Us formation
had been | . ged, Uol has il since
been constituted. K. H Uoss. counsel for the prison r, claimed that as
Ills   client's   wise   could   Uol   be   heard
on the date set. he had a right to go
free, and api ued ior a will ol habeas
corpus. Trie application was beard
before Mr. justice Morrison In Vancouver on Saturday, and resulted In
a decision against  the prisoner.
The following is an account of the
case:
The prison, i In rein was OH September _!:_ last convicted of perjury before llis Io nor Judge tioway and
pending an appeal on some law points
iaised al tii tii il was iesplted tor
sentence till November 22, and liis
counsel. E, B. Rosb, moved for a wril
of habeas corpus to secure llis discharge fron lo reiving upon a
defective   cotuniil I Ul"tlt.   and   the   faCi
thai the court of appeal did nol sit
and also that there was no court of
appeal.
W, Normal Hole. K, C, for the
crown, took the objection that the
conn had no jurisdiction to entertain
a ineiion for a wi II ol h ibeas coi pus
where a   pi Isoner   was coni ie ted   bj
the countj   coin I  judge Ol  thl   criminal
coun ami cited a numbei of authorities to sustain his contention,
Mr. Ross therefore Informed 'h"
com t thai he abandoned thai pai i of
his case as to the commltl ment, and
relied upon the facl that the prisoner
was denied his righl ol appeal. Mr.
Bole replied thai tin right of appeal
was unknown to tin i ommon law and
If ihere were no appeal thai would
nni  justlfj   a  general    gaol  delivery,
In ���< o il'-.    ee   notici   Of appi eil   was  given.
and relied upon the fui I thai Mr RosB
quoted   no   authority   to   Bupporl   his
. e        I,, ���-'. . m [|'i      i he judge
ti ol   I
FIVE CENTS PER COlJ
MISSION CONVENTION
CONCLUDES m
I
T,.
Plans Are Formulated J  r
Arousing  of   Interest   in
Laymen's Movement.
HOiilTAIKf Wi
IN iLLinmS Mint
Only Twenty-Four Escape
When the Pit Burst lulu
Flames.
Spring Valley, III. Nov, i I - An unknown number of minerB estimated al
im are dead���literally roasted alive���
LOO feel undei the earth, as the resull
Of a lire in the second vein ul a coal
mine ut Cherry, HI., seven miles from
spi ing Valley, late yesterday afternoon. Twenty-four men escaped with
their lives to tell horrible stories of
the scenes they witnessed below the
earth's surface.
At   night   twelve  volunteers gol   Into
a cage nnd were lowered Into the
mine in the hope of rescuing the entombed men. Fifteen minutes later
the cage Was drawn to the surface
ami twelve dead bodies, horribly
charred and twisted by the heat, were
found  huddled   ill  a  little  heap  nn   the
ilooi oi the sane, bringing the total
number of the dead, as a  result  of
the disaster,  up Iii  173,
Dust Extilosion Starts Fire.
The mine usually employs BOO, and
aboul this number weni down early
this morning, Only twentj seven are
known i" have been recovered, "
was reported late tonighl thai 200
more had been taken out, leaving only
260 still in tb-' mine. This Ims been
i on tii im d. The Dre was caused bj
an explosion of mine dusi In the low
er level at I p.m. The hist that was
known   of   it   was   when   there   was    -
deafening explosion and s column of
lire and smoke shol out of the mine.
The cage was instantly lowered
nnd a moment later it was pulled
back full of moners. who staggered tO
the ground as it reached the surface
and gasped out the story of the
scenes of  horror tbey  had  witnessed.
Before they could tell their story
the cage was sent down again and
again, each time bringing up its burden of blackened and weakened men.
Finally there was no signal from below to drag the cage up, and it came
up empty.
the Thistles seemed to have the victory cinched. Theu the Rovers set
a pace of their old form and rushed
to the attack with vim. Waddy got
a shot, the ball rebounded from 'he
hands of the Vancouver goalkeeper,
and Shawcross sent lt back into the
net for the last tally of the game.
The Teams.
Westminster ��� Hlbber'son Lyons,
Bruce, Lock, Sawyer, Hayes. Robertson, Cadyzten, Shawcross, Johnston,
Welfare.
Thistles���Mitchell, Forrest, Uim-
/.eon, Teed, Irvine, Harby, Sellar,
Spence, Provins, Munro, flirtchart.
ai  a  meeting in St. Q e.i hall
on sat ui dav in the Interests ->r the
lav mens missionary movement, the
various chun hes of the city decided
to appoint committees to net in conjunction with the presem committee
in furthering tin work in New Westminster.
Some of those present thoughl thai
the standard of $10 per man for missionary work wns too high. bin. one
of the speakers pointed out thai In
adopting Ihis standard they were not
pledged to turn iti thai amount of
money, but il was merely held before
them as an ideal. Nearly all the
cltj churches were represented by
their ministers   and   although there
wee- not as good an attendance of laymen as might have been wished, the
meeting  was verj   satisfactory.
Address By Canon Tucker.
S. Cross called lhe Rev. .1. S. Henderson to open the meeting with
prayer, and then Canon Tucker bf
loionio gave an address. He said
thai the great thing we had to do in
a mattei like ihi'. was to attune our
minds to the work, and that was only
to i" .lone h) going back to the
source of all tilings, the Lord Himself. \\e weie undertaking the
work on liis authority; the command,
"ilu ye Into all the woi Id and preach
the Gospel in every creature.'
The Canon said thai he had Wet
men. intelligent Christian men, who
had told him thai (hey did nol believe
in missions. Logically, that meant
thai they did not believe iu their own
- II tlon; did nol believe in Christ.
"Chrlsl commanded and we, as
Christians are bound to go. Whether
lh ubjects ol nni missionary efforts
are yellow, black oi whi.o. thev are
Hi si of all. men."
The Bpeakei pointed oul thai the
command -quoted above was almost,
the lasi Injunction of ( In isi to men,
and thai it prai tb allj summed up
His whole life and teaching,
"The laymen's missionary move"
meni does nm Interpret this com*
maud but it emphasises the urgency
of it. Now is th. time to obey the
call In the literal sense."
II-. said thai ibis work was for-
ineiiv regarded as entirely falling on
the pai'Bon, and thai the lav men were
in j ond the pale ol any aotive inter*
-���si in ii. Bul he said thai they were
io - recognli in i hi tr co responsibll
Ity In the mattei. He pointe i ->ut
t hai one hundred j -'ats ago the whole
pagan world was closed to ail missionary effort, imi thai reoently a
wav Into iill count! ies bad been inira-
cuIoubIj opened up and now was the
time io Btrike or else ii would be too
late
Practical Methods.
Rev. K. W, Anderson, who spoke
after Ml Tucker, said thai b ��� was
going to deal more with Ibe practical
side of tbe iiuostion. He wauled to
lln.I out and discuss practical methods of following out the ideals Engendered by th-. movement He dis-
cussed with the meeting bow often a
missionary sermon BhOUld be preached Most of those preseni thought
thai once b month was not too often.
while several  ministers expressed tbe
opinion  thai  they   would preach on
the subject nHi'iier. if they fell thai
lhey had mote sympathy from their
hearers.  The  laymen  preseni   thought
thai in future there would be no lack
of sympathy and Interest.
Mr. Anderson then explained at
some   length   the  systems  adopted   In
various churches tor collecting the
money and for keeping ihe Congregations up to the full stale of missionary efficiency, During this discussion the llev. ,1 S. Heinle sui remarked thai II was one of the evidences of the Divine origin of the ehureh
thai i' was iii existence today In
.-.pile ..I thi slipshod methods it ''i"1
employed tpi some hundreds of
years.
The Business Details.
At   the   dose   of   lh"   meeting   some
of tbe men from each ohuroh present
undertook to form   a   committee   In
their own (lunch toi the furthering
of the WOTk. While Hip scheme is
being pUl ili'-i a businesslike foi in the
old committee of which Dr. Manohes
ter is the convener, will remain in
office, and will be glad to give any Information  to perSOflS Interested.
The six Kispiox Indians, arrested
by Hip Hazleton police, have been
sentenced to Imprisonment for terms
of varying length, and will also ha��-e
to pay fines.
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��� Committees meet every  ev- ���
��� ening at 8 o'clock. ���
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This is the Latest Edison
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Come in and hear our 40
new Edison Records for
November. Here are a
few dandies:
No. 2S5���Stars and Stripes Forever (march I  ,,Sousa's Hand
No,  286���Just   Plain  Folks ���
 Ada Jones and Chorus
No. 290���Gypi
Airs	
Albert Spalding
N'o.     294���Pansles      Mean
Thoughts Dear    ��� ��� ���
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No. 297���Just   Before the Battle, Mother	
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J. H. TODD'S Big Music House
TO   THE     RATEPAYERS   OF     THE
CITY OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���In response to several large and influential requisitions from the electors ol
the City of New Westminster, asking
���me to again offer myself for the mayoralty, in  view of the extensive pub-
' lie improvements now in band, and
proposed for the coming year. 1 feel
it my duty to accede to the wishes
of the electors ln the premises, and
will therefore offer fnysslf tis a candidate at the forthcoming elections.
As previously -announced, it was
my intention te withdraw from civil
politics at the end of the presi nl
term, but the urgent wish of so manj
I of the electors that I should continue
| in offlce until the improvement program, with which 1 am familiar i'e
every detail, is carried out, compels
me to bow to their wishes, and agaii
seek your suffrai   s.
lf elected I pledge tiiysi'ii' to devoti
my very besl energies toward protecting the welfan   of   the    city, to
I maintain the principles of civic ;-"
ernment, and in every other possibb
way  advance    the  Interests  of    our
city.
Thanking   you,   ladii a   and gentli -
men, for your g< nerous sii] porl in thi
past, and  n si i cl E ill;   -solicit lng  you
yotes and influenc -.It
Yours very Inci i  iy,
W. I!   KEARY.
New    Westminster,    13   Cf, Nov.  I
1909.
Classified   Advertisements
VXTED BOARD AND LODGING,
terms by week. Address W.,
Offlce.  ' 261-3
BENSON  &  AYLING.  FISH, Flllln
Game, Vegetables, etc.     Begbie ��t.|
opp, Windsor Hotel.
FREEMAN
CrUlcl
on Mo
.1 NTINQ
���ATKli-KOOK  KEEPER.  APPLY
11   box  196, New Westminster.
STED���BY   A   JAPANESE!    BOY
mderstands English well, pos-
cook or for housework. Ad-
S. Tenia, phone 261, Japanese
ti,  Sapperton.
FURNITURE
W. lv PALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets
Phone 170, night call 81.
H00M
u- "ox 694,
2bb-i:
WANTED���JOB ON A MILK RANC
i rienced   milker.     Apply
. victoria
Sapperton.
CUSTOM
Typewr tl
letti, ,
lumbia
IAPhy
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"Hie?
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Co.
Boar dint
House,
VANTED-
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ar to
-GOOD    LOT    IN    WEST-
to $luo cash.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO
cedes, plume 386. Tbe Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. o. Box 811.
can pay ?7i
575 quarterly.
11. Drawer 85
Give parti-
Vancouver.
LIVERY   STABLE.
LOST.
EEN    TRAM    OFFICei
���    e      etery,   Sapperton,   lady's
and    chain with heart-
, nt.     Kinder please
return to M. Monk & Co., Front st.,
nd obtain reward.
RING  I'P    2r,u
smart
bles.
turnout
FOR    HACKS  AMI
The  Fashion  Sta-
GALVTN   I
lorlng,
lng j is: in
lng and i
block,    i
and 264 r
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W "KING.
TO THE   ELECTORS  OF THE  CITY
OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
BLACK   SPANIEL   PUP
���   t.e 238 Tenth st.
RE
.16-:
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHA \KF MACHINE WORKS
Limited. Front street, New Westminster Manufacturers of modern
saw an 1 Bhingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications pro-
pared.
V\ ESTMINI
Co.,    eai
ca io i
and di I
mates  fui
rletor,
and car line
473.
fittings, j
eti
ro.1
���   atta
Hone
ttm&wztmw&b-
P.
HO,
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
Ladles nnd Gi Qtlei , n,��� '    the  re
quest of a t  i    largi   uu i        ,
zens and    rate : tj i   -   I consi   ted
allow my na-:... -.,; i-      bn Itted to t ���
I-, ii,-].- for i heir sup] o i as Mayo   ���
Nov Westi Insi  r fo    lie year 1910.
My policy has been   Is, and will b
wholly one of pi ign    i and In the li
terests of all the pi 0] i i ol Ni w Wesl
minster. I will disi .     Issu is throuj
the campaign  and   ask  your  careful
consideration oJ all questions.
Polling dav December 13th, 1909.
JOHN  A. LEE.
ROOMS TO   RENT.
ro  LET���TWO    o :    THREE  FUR-
nlshi a    housi ���        o     room . fur-
ce,  etc       Api        IT   Fifth   avenue.
e RENT���LARGE DOUBLE BED-
room, suitable for two gentlemen;
reasonable terms. SJ". Koyal ave.
246-12
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amouni on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr, A. D.
Buchanan, l'. o, New Westminster.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel. 100
NOTICE.
=
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
************************************+***+*******
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
Notice is hereby given thai  "Abei
netby &  Lougbeed.  Limited,"  having
applied to His Excellency the Governor-General in Council for the approv
al of a certain site for the construe
tion of   certain booms   and booml ig
grounds  in   the  Praser  river,  in   thi
district   of    New   Westminst.'.'.   province ni  British Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister j
Of   Public   Works  at   Ottawa,  plans  of
said booms and booming grounds, to-1
-tether with a description of the site
thereof, and have also deposited a duplicate  of  each   in   the  offlce   of   the
Registrar of Deeds for the District ofl
New Westminster,    In which districl
said works   are   proposed to be con-J
Btructed, in  accordanci   wil i  the  r��
quirements of Section 7 of the "Navigable Waters Protection Act,"  chap-i
ter 115,  Revised Statutes of Canada,
1906.
Dated this 6th day of November  A.
D., 1909.
WHITESIDE ��   EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the applicants.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���SECOND HAND PIANO
in tine condition, well known make,
bargain; easy terms. Apply H.
Daily News Ollice.
FOR SALE���CHEAP,  RETORT JEW-
ell heater, .cord as new; suitable
for large room or hall. For wood
or coal.      Box 1'!, Daily News.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
11. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAB.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmenta] tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Co umbia street. New Westminster.
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.   New   Westminster.
Ct
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New Wellington
Banff
A
JOSEPH
Office, Front St
Phone 105
iiracite
ERS
st of Sixth,
2. Box 345
Box 345  Jl
SKATE
AT Till
REAL   ESTATE.
il WE MFYKilS FOi: PUOPFItTV
in any part of Westminster or Burnaby; also on Chiiliwack line.
owners only. Give full partlcul-ars,
P. O. Box 942, New Westminster.
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mil-. Baa, city. A line
will bring blm.
PYTHIAN
I.tulles    purch -s|
during tlie  month of
receive  a  ticki t toll
chance on a  gol I . 'j|
take place NOVEMBER  50, 1909,
WHITE,  SHILES  <v
Real   Estate  and   Insurance
City,  farm  and   Buonrban
260 Columbia street.
CO.
Agents���
property,
Canadian Pacific Railway Cc.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., HEAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone o.'la. 1S6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 10".
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER
Wherever They Gather
There Is always at least on e among    them    whose    appearance
stands out, whose clothes have a certain refinement, good taste and
style in them that lifts them above the commonplace.
OUR CLOTHES
Are the products of real tailors. Their work is not the work
of the novice but the work of men who have mounted the ladder of
success in their own particular business. Good taste, refinement
and style
Are Represented.
In each and every garment shown by us.     We can easily convince
you that these are solid facts
Ask your friend, he will confirm this.   He wears our clothes.
VICTORIA
ROUTE.
SEATTLE
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
touver 11 p.m., going direct to SeaL-
le  daily  except  Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver J
.m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to   loan,   744   Columbia Street.
MARSHALL       SINCLAIR,       INSUR- j
ance, real estate, etc., is located for I
the present at the office of the Settlers' Association, Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY '
kind of job printing.      Midg.-t loose
leaf ledgers;   Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone    55,     P.  O.     Box  141!       Old
Dally  News  Block.  Sixth  street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for il. Home
cooking. Ail white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram offlce.
M
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Vou wi.l  fl it il  It ti -I
ti  arrange your bee -   -Bad
whether you inte q ; : or sen*|
ng for your friends.
From  -Montreal and Quebec.
Lake   Erie   from   Mi ��� Nov. 201
Empress of   Britain from St. John,
Dec. 3rd.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   AND
and   all   k'udti
hand goods
offlce.
SELL FURNITURE
of new and second-
A Speck, near   Tram
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P. O.  Box  795.
,
THEATRES.
For other da:
ply to
.a and ; urtlculari W\
E. GOULET,
C. P. H. Agent-
H. J.  A.  BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant.    Tel.  R  128.    Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-
l ia     street. Fins-class     moving
pictures; Illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a. m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une IS and July 2.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Hall-Lavery Block.
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.
CARRIAGE 8HOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Elghtn. High-class
moving pictures, Illustrated songn.
Program changed Monday, Wednes.
day and Friday.
S.S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will lea161
Brackman-Ker wharf every week to
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner westham Island and way ports, returning
to New Westminster on following
day. Saturday, returning B-ame evening.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster al �� a���D1���
Trips will be made to Steveston "
business warrants.
This schedule    subject   to cbange
without notice.
For freight and passeneer rates *P
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager-
_+**e***ee****ee**>***^e***>ee**eeeee*e*>*************\
Lowney's Chocolates
Fresh this week.
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,    SKIRTS,
and Waists. 728 Royal avenue. 204-6
I
I
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AT
MRS.  J. A.  STANDISH, AN EXPER-
lenced and flrst-class dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
In Room 14, Smith block, 625 Co-
lumbla street,    A trial requested.
J. EUGENE BROWN _f CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
FRASER RIVER.
S.S.   Beaver.
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m
From Chiiliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
and   Information
For   reservations
call or addreSg
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  13.  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W.  TROUP,
General Superintendent  Victoria.
DYERS  AND  CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
���ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
���
:
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Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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;
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building
���phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FROM SOUP 10 COffK
.,,-,, Tirepaieu
the dinners   we scry   . ^
with care and discrlmlnation. |n
exercise good jttdgmenl.ifl �������%
cooking, ln laying !f��d!J����& a*
feel
We have no apology t",,nakc,v,e
place or what  we supply
sure  you
methods  and
or sup at
���ill    coitiineiiil^m'^11^
floes when >'""
prici
KENNY'S
-'tr-;
739   COLUMBIA
TRAM OFFICE
STREET,   OPP- w-
MONDAV.
N0VEMBER   15,  1909.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE.
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120.00    (       oct. 28. 1911
! COIMC DP
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Nov. 8, 09
Oct. t'i, mos.
Aug.  20,  11)09.
Aug.  13, 1909.
WJHCH IT RISE
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BRITISH   COLUMBIA   REPRESENTATIVES
AnM   fiwin & Mrflartv     614 Hastings Street West, Telephone 432 7
riUlU,   VJWU1  *X  miVlCUljr        Seattle Office: 380-331 Pioneer Bid*., Phone Nolo 586,
ICE.
��� n   that   an   ;'|>-
tde   by the Van-
_   Yukon  Rail-
Parllameni   ol
}'
I:
r sslon tor an act
i ier   commencing
the line of    the
authorized   by
t Statutes of 1901,
e.i  May. 1912:  and
\Y ���   tor finishing and
in operation  un-
1 Mav.  1916;  and
f'.' route ol that part
J.1'">''��� company's railway
I,"""' : m   7   of  the  said
I' "'i"' I om SquamiBh  val-
,�� H-'" lome other point
.,, '  Sk from  the  route
I!""1''"1 '    -      said section of the
l described as fol-
from a point al
.""" , thl of   Vancouver or
I nt   point  on   the
t I Inlel t��� a point  at
, .'   ' New Westminster
l���',,il British  Columbia
(  , " being~ln addl-
I railway  between
I,;'.'"1 Ni lH authorized
the
1
icl  of    Incorpora-
for',,1'"'1 id polnl at or
' l,"'.' Westminster to
d   , the  Fraser  river.
eiMEh  v feasible route
iln    A'"A ' minster District
��tl���, ''," r' and northerlv dl-
dlstricts Of Vale.
Ubinn-l ">  a   point   on
���dimm'ir, ' om Willow liver to
I, ''.'.'- ' I by Chapter 178
kfj* "|;,"   "    1906 at or near
lerlvt,     .'   '"    thence northwest-
V'iZUn ' '   ,lne ��f rfli,w;i>- aU
fcofiiw   V:!"   1T,;- ��f the s,ilt-
epr.:   ' ,:i '    the South Fork of
nins'  ' route  to Hazel-:
a  polnl  between
F the mliV""1 '''"" McLeod", thenee
in or
Km, rt"���6   other    Point    on the
INnce "', ""  c'ty   of    Vancouver,
Fr<Uiv  f /";"sh    Columbia. tWls
elAkTlv        " ,!",r- A- D- WOI).
��4B ',?R^tG   no,'HNTE  &  HAT,
Solicitor. fle Sl" Vancouver, R-C.
lister i v i ""' Vancouver, West-
u'Ki>ri  Railway  Company.
24S
|N0T|
We liive Careful Attention P"
to accounts of corporations, firms .and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with tims.' who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounts.
If you haven'l  a  Savings Account.
NOW is the best  time to start one.
Ihe Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1-^69)
Capital Paid up $4,700,000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
New  Westminster,   B.  C.   Branch,
F-  SHUTE.  Manager.
('hums   . .
Boys'  Own
Girls' Own
Chatterbox
Annual
Annuel
.$1.75
. 1.75
.   1.75
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
JUST ARRIVED AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
665 Columbia Street.
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
AUDITS    MADE.     BOOKS    OF    ACCOUNTS     OPENED   ON   APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT   FOR THE   HALL  SAFE   CO.
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. O. BOX 795.
��� Supply limited. Come and
see our fine display of toys and
China on second floor. It will
please you.
I I
I
Westminster
Transfer Co.
English Watchmaker
E RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Th
r*. and fv    Pafe   ,or   TehloulM
B*WsJm! publlc Generally are
he!ir,'��^ t hau,,n*,oad8 ��r
l&L'Sc'e ZT:Vn,*to d�� ��> ���*��
1 S^veR.     ,l tak�� a" tl^ n^s on
Gold Watcbes for Ladfcs from *12./5
Silver Watches,    gents'    open race
$6.00. MSP
Silver  Watches,   gents'  open    case,
$7.50 up. ,     K,���,n
Agent    for    Waltham   and     hlgm
Watch��a.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Ta*>��   doora   hom   Ceo. Adama.  Groctt
Ufflce 'Phone 11b.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Eaggage    delivered    promptly    to
any  part of the city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that nn application has
been made to register Thomas Knlghl
Jr., tis the owner tn t'< e simple, under
a tax sale deed from tn ipector of
Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing
d ite the Bth day of September, A.D.
1907, of nil an I singular that certain
parcel or tracl ol lan I and premises
Bltuate,  lying  and  being  i.i  the  Pi*
] tricl of New w. stminster, In the
Province nf BrlU h Columbl i, more
particularly known and described us
Lots 9 and 10, Block 10, of part of
Lol Z9A, Group 2.
Von and those claiming through or
under you ami all persona claiming
nny interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and nil persons claiming nny Interest
In the stiid land by descent, whose
title is not registere I und- r the pro
visions <>f the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contet' the claim of
the tn\ purchaser win,in forty-flve
days from the date of the service of
this notice upon you, an I In default
ot a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed within such period,
or in default of n demption before
registration, you nn I each of you will
be Forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or lu
respect of the said lan I. and i shai"
register Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
thereof in fop. And I herebj direel
that publication of thi notice for
thirty days In a daily newspaper pnb
lished in New Westminster nnd b
weekly newspaper published at Chiiliwack will be good and sufficient service thereof.
j Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, tills 13th dav fit Octo-
I ber, A.  D.   1909.
C. S. KEITH,
Dlsti let Registrar.
To Jane Wilkinson. 240-2(1
LeSATISM
I nnl i-vcry pi roni rheumatic to throw
nwn.v nil nn'ilr mi-., nil liniments, nil
plnstors, nml "I.,. JH'NVON'S U11EUMA-
TIBM it"" i n iiinl. No matter what
yinr il" t ..my fe.iy, ud ninller wlint
ymir frlonitg id v Bay, no mutter how
prejudiced y. - may be npiinst nil advertised remedies, go nt once tn your drug-
pint nml gel n bottle of tim ltHBtJMA-
TIKM i.OMKi-Y. ir It folia to give satis-
i,:"ii "i i wlll refund your money.���Munyon
lt< nii'iiil' '.'.'. remedy eontalns no nal-
leyllc n-'lel, no opium cocaine, morphine or
other linrmfiil il      ii Ih put up under
the guarantee of the run. Pood nnd lung
Act.
for sate by nil druggists,   Price, 26o,
"y order;
I "N. 190J
W. A. DUNCAN,
City CHerk.
Xfiw WestmlMier. jmy
TELEPHONE 604.        P- O. BOX 893
Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all Wnds of labor
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13  BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next Cosmopolitan Hotel.)
Re the south half of the southwest
quarter ot Secrion 26, Township 16,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certi
flcate'of title Number 12.I7UF. Issued
in the name of Robert Fleming Seymour, has been  filed In this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Reegistrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., October 11, 1909. 242-26
Sank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chlcugo and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Meiloo City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tnta'  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
tfEVT WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNElt, Manager.
MERRIMW _ RAMSAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
STEAM AND GAS
FITTING
Also General  Repairs
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  586
FRONT  STREET
Is the plnc�� to buy or sell new and
second-hand goods of any kind. We
have nearly
100 DOZEN JELLY JARS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid l*rge cas��
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tell you all we
have, but no matter what you want,
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HANDi STORE
Columbia St.     "Han on the Wheel.''
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Auy avuil;ibl0 Dominion Lands wit-Hit, tin- railway bolt In British Columbia, may be homestead<ed by auy person who is tlu. solo bead o[ a family
or any male over IS years of age, io
tho extent of on-d-quarter section of
Kin iicrvs, more or loss.
Entry must be made personally al
the local land office for the district
In which the land is situate. blntry
by pioxy may, however, bv> made on
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sls-
!ter of an Intending homesteader.
Thu homesteader is required to perform th��� conditions connected th-ere-
vvlth umler one of tbe following
i plans:
(1) At least six months' resilience
upon  aud  cultivation  of the  land oa
'each year for three yeara.
(2) It' the father < or motber, lf Ule
falliir Ih deoased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm In the vicinity ol
the land entered for. the requirements
as to residence may be sail^lled by
such p-rson residing with thc father
[or mother.
(8) If the settler has bis permanvnt
'residence upon funning land URMl
bv bim In tlie rlolnlty of bis homestead, the requirements as to resl<denss
may ly- tetX__e_ by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commisslonv-r of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may fco
leased for a period of twenty-twe
years at an annual rental of fl per
acre. Not more tfian 2560 acre*
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate *t
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorised    publication   oil
this advertisement wlll   not be "
for.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINtTIR, B. 0.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  NOVE
The Daily News
Published by Tlie Dally .News Publlsn-
Ing Company, Limited, at their ollices.
The Dally N'ews Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
way that -svill link up the agricultural,
fruit growing and mining country of
the interior with the Paclflc coast
This wns even the view of the Pre-
mier himself up to a few months ago,
Bul Instead of this, for the base purpose of political expediency, Mr. McBrlde has foisted  upon the province
attempted   deal   with   the     McBrlde   that 1    worrying
Government with the Canadian North-  Libei  ; opposition, but the Socialisl
ern  Railway company.    The opening   McBrlde  has
r ,. capitalist class and  ib<
McBrlde is not the
but the Sociallf
been  a  faithful   bene
MBER 15
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
MONDAY,   NOVEMBER   15,   1909.
a scheme that will not do anything to
advance the development of the province, but will parallel existing linos,
or lines under construction, or in contemplation for almost its entire 11s-
ti:,, And tbis undertaking, which
will be practically useless t.i the
province, is to be financed by pledging iis credil to the- extent of no b,t;s
than $45,400,000.
Bul   ihis  very   Berious  step, which
me tns shaking the faith of the flnan-
ri. i s the    whole    woi 1 l    ov< r in the
credit   of  British  Colu nbia,  the putting .in  . ud i" all  woi i. il  improA e
ment    and   di ' i lopmenl - new roads,
expectations anent    tho   nominations   new bridges, n�� ��  buildings, now sui:-
for   the   forthcoming   elections.     Re-   veys  and   the rest-for thirt)   years
' ,,,,-,     or more, as s-   U as an incieasej tax-
port says, too, that Premier McBrlde   Uon   hag |Ui ,,,.,���,s ,���,.    .-\Ir   Wood-
has expressed bis Indignation at the   ,,.,,',   ���   ,,   , with n bravado
turn affairs have taken ln some of the  akin fn the windy bombasl of an inconstancies, notably i��� the case e-i   ���       ' " ���' :  "^ ^er^ ^ "e.dl��  'l!
the provi �� e are in a position to
Con.on.   where   Mr.   M.    Manson   los   dQ |t���  Waa eyer guch lgaovaaci   and
has been pul forward In ihe   Conser-   irresponsibility    displayed  on  a  pub-
vative  interest  iii  preference  to  Mr.   He platform in British Columbia
.... are  waking  up to  the  facl
3 swung the provincial gov-
. :;i to the support of the labor
Will    the    British   Colum-
,   this  sufficiently  to Bmash
... rnmi nt  at   the polls and  to
Socialist   one?
,1  miles of railway  aro
b .iit    in the   province, u. D,
THE   LIBERAL   CAUSE.
Tbe Conservatives must have
sadly disappointed in their hopi s
bi. ���!
and
j sentence   states:
"As security that the bjnd guarantee ran never, by the remotest
chance, cost the provincial treasury
one dollar, Britisli Columbia has:
"i |.     The   value  of  the   line   upon
i which a lirst mortgage is given."
Why do,s the Colonist insist that
"tt first mortgage is given" when Mr.
Mann delared the other day In Toronto that the agreement contains wm :1���t build them. It will be
���just what tin proposals are an I In men who shovel dirt and
bow far they bind both company an.i ties and drive spikes home.
oGvernment." His answer was in re- , , the men who will build the
| ply to a direel criticism "that the Mc- men are building
Bride arrangement binds only the , , indn i miles they have to
province and entails no obligation on', ,vear clol - tnd be housed,
the railway company." As the agree- D. D. M will not raise one
tnent contains not a word regardin , ���.. .,.. ,, ,. bit of
a flrsl mortgage for the province, and               ,   |   ,, \ one single shant) fo
Mann, who Is tin
would have to accepl that provision
says  the   agreement     contains     "just
whal tii" proposals are" and In "ho>\
far they bind both company and go-
, rnment," li   Is nei .'ee .     to > laboi a
the point that ther,- is no lirst moi
and   no  iii.. lihood  of it.    Thai
fact  now known to every elector, al
leasl in the coast cities, do, s Qol  ':'
lie Ci ilonisl  fi om  i ��� pi ating  d t;
ftei  daj   thai  then   is su th a moi i
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
Th? Leading House for Carpets is
LEE
1 any  who ,,    other working men will
Grant, the late membi r and non
of the Government, whilsi Mr. W.
Duncan stands as a Conservativ, Independent. Tl i n ral disappointment, however, li's In the circumstance that, contrary to expectation,
there will be a contest In every riding.
The prospects foi tl e rei urn i f a
strong Liberal representation were
never more cheering than thej are
today.      The city  of  New
is r. ally a mercy that Mr. Woodv
has been removed beyond the cl
ni bi lng eli i ted to i cpresent the i   ��� -
ple ol  Richmond riding.
But Mr. Wood worth's display ol '
hick of the most oi dlnarj si use did
he end here. He pro ee led to declare thai the con no of the Canadian Northern would compel the C.
i P. R. t.e reduce their freight rati s. It
will do nothing oi the kind, as every
one else but Mr. Woodworth knows
very wi 11. In the first place the
government has purposely neglected
Westmin-   to embody an.v provisions for the con-
Victoria  Tina
N.
t
I' w
the wo ll be done to pro-
���, . i.   clothin '   and   shelter   for
road   b lldi rs.    Where    then
. ���   . i     '        come in?
He ' omes In by  lhe grace   if    thi
,:   .... in nt.    McBride    is
to u      lie credit of the province
ler  tli tl   D.   D.   M inn   m ij   gel
ney he 1 I    This monej
��� .   provinci il  n   ney, the monej   for
.   ],]-,,i [nc   bi -
tne responsibh    fill ;.e. han li | o ��� i
D, I). Mann.    Mann will thereupon
.   men buil I �� hich l  ���
men  guai anl cltizi as of
ce.     He 'ill si t othi r men
We are the largest retail buyers i-   -
��� con-
over is tremendous.     We hav,.
sigiiinent
e  have jusi  ui
��ur turn.
And  the Pric
Well, tbey are so reason ible ' hal   the.   i
stock the besl -English Wiltons. ).;,,: ;; ,.    [;
Tapestries,   till   specially   s- lected   foi   thei
color.      Just   give  us a  call and havi
> .:���.
i-i.     We
;
I I   F F ^ S  Furniture Emporium
^    *-^   *-<*   *-i      Wj Leys  Block, Co
NEW WESTMINSTER,
;o'o' .   -, street,
e^WSrPV :,_���'' ."H'lk'pr ���
Standing of the C
Have you tried wi
days to get anv Inform abou   thi " '   Pi'ovin
standing   of   the   Canadian N .r hern '". v"";^ P    "            ',      fj
Railwaj company?   Ht : d to '"���, "' k"��'i' l!" :        ld ,,,;" '' '
ascertain ns earning     I s capital, iis When the mad Is bulli  Mann wi l own
asses, its Uabilitii   .    Havi i I led ''��� n" "!" liave '"' ,10��    ;l   cen' "'
-. c.
*imm__\ I
of Aid.  J.  .1-   trol  of  rates  in
the Canadian North-
Secondly,     Ml -si B.
ster has, in the person
.lohnston. a most desirable candidate I e��� agreem
in every way and one who is certain  to pur8t;e  ,      usual    noncompetitive
to prove ti stion;. help to the success   policy and it' perchance they should
of  the  cause.      He  "iel   receive  the   attempt   to make    any    reduction  In
undivided  support   ol   tin   i ntire  Lib
of
money Into it. will  have do e
, not a stroke of work, lie will have
done nothing. N'evi I theii ss. thanks
lo the capitalist trickery of McBrlde,
D.   D.   Mann   will   own  the  road.
The workers will havi   got nothing
bul   a  hare  living.      Mann   will  havi
;.e t   millions.      Tiie  p oa Ince will  be
. debt If the road doi s aoi s ice - d.
Mann will lose nothing.     If tin   ro i l
oral party, whilst not tt few of thosi
who have generallj chosen to be regarded as adherents I i the McBrlde
faction will, by teas m of the Premier's disastrous railway policy, follow the course adopted    by Sit  Hib-
their rates ti!,- Canadian Northern Is
such ;t poor weakling of a railway
concern thai the C. P. R. may safely
tnat any such move with contempt.
This Bo-called transcontinental railway, the wonderful importance of
which Mr. Woodworth and others
have been depicting in such glowing
,  is   tit   present   conducting   its
to find out if it pays inten sl on Its
I.mi,is. or if it provide s Its o'
fund, out of earning! I have an 1
have totally failed. I have sean I
ii ��� ie>ei i clu !.:. is of such infoi .nation and failed lo find it. No banki ���
no commercial agency, knows. 1
have search .1 n tords and questioned
men who ought to k low an l who
would give much to know an I who
would be gbi l te, tell me if they did Is a success the province gets i
know, but tin- mysterj  is as dark and   lng.     Mann gits it all.
, hm'i   u urns, 28 miles an hour.    As
'".'    tee loads, .about which Mr. Woodworth
ppean   to  have    gone   sadly astraj.
berl   Tupper and  other    well  known   operations, according to the report of
Conservatives and stand for the Lib-, the  Department   of  Railways   with  a
or . .. ,.  . total of 262 locomotives, of which 201
' , 'are le.,se,i:     As to cars, the C. N. R.
Interest has been given to the con- owns .945i    and ieases    73S!i!      The
test in the capital by the withdrawal average speed of its freight trains is
of Mr. Munn in favor of Mr. Morley fifteen miles per hour and of it.- pas-
in  the   Liberal  interest.       Thi   1. ������
is a  very strong candidate, and
presence  will quite considerablj   les- stated thai  the C.  P. R. was
sen the chances of Mr. McBride and onlj  able to haul 100 tons to the en-
hls three    associates.     Of    this cir-   Li!'''  "'"'  vo,'i,:f   ,>'r''  kn��Wl   '" ""''
,  in  mis     (whilst    the     Gre      No -
e ti   tance the Victoria   limes say!     thern  ,.,���., ,   h _. ,   ,���,   ton, , arn
"In  Victoria  Liberals ha' ted   from the authority above quoted '   il
the C.  P.   R.  draws freighl   trains ol
r ige wi Ight of 71 9 tons,
the figure for tl     C       lian No:
��� ii Its level prairie lines, is II: ions.
H   is  e\i lent   thai   Mr.   Woodworth
a> an authority upon railway matters
uttei ly unn liable as he Is in the
Ity of    financial    adviser.     His
fi How   citizens     know     much   In tti
unfathomable, Impeni trable as t ie ag ���
of Anne.    Nobody see as to  know.
You may go to any con i
agency and get a f ill ly accurati es
timate of the worth and standinj ol
any other commercial or railroad concern in Canada, but the affairs of thi
C. N. R. are a deep, dark mystery.
The only thing which is definitely
known  is  that    Mackenzie  ^   Mann
If the province is to build the ro id
and bear all the loss of the umb >'���
taking if the conci rn does aoi succeed, why does McBride let Mann in
on the game? li the provim e is to
bear the risk why sho ild it not g- t
the profit if there Is any? simply
because McBride is a capitalist and
wants to help the capitalists corner
the resources of the province.   If the
have piled  up enormous fortunes by   province is going to be generous why
building  the scatter--.'  links  ol   that   should it not be generous to its own
road, by seen: ing subventions o
lands, cash and gu rantei s I ro ���
whomever   and   whatever   i;   :���   could
Wile,..11  ���   t! i   ;;,.
citizens the men who do the work'?
Ii McBride wants to build a railway
and then make a presi nl of il to
someone after    it  i,. proved I - be a
Monday,   Nov.  22,
COHAN & HAKIMS pn
GEO. M. COHAN'S
GREATEST  OF   ALL   MUSICAL TRIUMPHS
Also li Is known that Mackei   le &   valuable asset why does he nol  glvi
Mann put  the bulk of t      hug    fortunes they lane made oul of ti,.' con-
It to the    men    wl o    do th    woik'.'
Surely  the railway navvies  would be
by il '��� experience of thi
and ol ol;eer elections.     One ol
has gi\ en an exhibition   ol   p rs
si lf-i i pn ssion  thai   v.    hope will 101
be lost In other coi stltm aci, s of the
province.      If the tl lng  for the government to do is to stay in. the thing
struction of tl     C. N. ii   In   i .-N lj   too glad  to work on a  railwai
railway system.- in Toronto    nd Win-1 which  they  know  they are going  to
nipeg, into wat  r powers in  Canada    i svn i'i  the future.
Mexico and  South  America  .and  Into      But that Is nol  McBride's waj    Mc
street  railway systems In South Am-   Bride ls going to maki   I      province
erlcan cities. Jstand the loss ll anj  ana hi   I    i ill
than thai it h- know th it thej   to let  Mann 'nave nil tea' plums |   i   .
invest cash in the stock of the C. N.iding  the plumtrei   bi u
R. ",;.. r hen it is necessary to raise
money to pt y Interest on the bonds
---interest which the earnings .lo nol
provide.   *   *    *
Of course  McBrlde  will  stump  'o
country and saw the air an I tell what
ti wondi nal thing lie Ie
ting Mann to build a ilnt       Bul  Mc-
foi   'ae o),position t��, do is to get ii    <���-,,,,  to imagine that    the Premier's
out���all  ot  the elements    composing | arrangement  will produce any reduc-|
the opposition    b h g ag eed    tl
crisis lias arisen in provincial affairs
which can only be met bj encompassing the government's  defeat."
Never was there a time when the
need for every man who has the real
interests of the province at heart to
be up and doing was more urgi ut.
Nothing less than the future welfare
an.l prosperity of British Columbia is
now at stake, and though the promise
of the Liberal part's success is so encouraging, no effort must b ��� spared
to make that promise a certainty at
the polls on the 26th.
tion in rates, for only last week they
passed  a   very  strong  resolution  deling the ins,-! tion of a clause in
the agreement limiting the rates to
���" per cent, in exci ss ol those charged
on the prairies.
A TORY IRRESPONSIBLE.
It
tion
opposi-
pollcy
Though the speech of Mr. C. M.
Woodworth delivered to a small family gathering at the New Westminster
Conservative      club. lacked      the
strength of truth oi the elements of
conviction, it was not wanting in what
we may term Irresponsible candor.
The unsuccessful competitor for the
Richmond caudidacj favored the select assembly with some rather
Btrange reasons for supporting the
railway   policy  of     Premier   McBride,
and furnished some curiously Inaccurate letails in regard to railway matters in general and the circumstances
connected with tbe working of the
Canadian Northern Railway in particular.
Woodworth, with the calmness of
authority, stated that a line paralleling the Canadian Paclflc and serving
the same country was just what tin-
province needed. Here tit once we
join issue with this declaration and
assert that this is exactly what the
country does not need. It has long
been acknowledged by both political
parties in the stat^ that one of the
evils that has arisen from the general
desire to get railways Into the country, and the consequent laxity of supervision over the details of their
plans and proposals, has been the construction of parallel lines in many
parts of the Dominion. The evil is.
of course, that instead of a new line
opening up new country, it has .simply
trespassed upon the course taken by
an existing line. Though it might
be expected that such close competition would prove to the advantage of
the public by the lowering of rates,
this has not generally proved to be
the case.
It is recognized by nil thinking
men that what the country needs Is
railways that will open up new and
undeveloped territory. There is no
peart of the Dominion that stands
more In need of such a means of development as British Columbia. Whai
every Intelligent elector-of the province���be lie the head of a large commercial establishment, the keeper of ft
stoic, a farmer or a miner���has been
looking forward to, has been a rall-
AS OTHERS SEE IT.
The Call to Action,
is well that the strong
to the McBride railway
which is so manifest in Vancouver
and Victoria should have resulted in
able and representative speakers taking the hustings and touring the interior in favor of the Liberal Opposition. It is possible, of course that in
British Columbia some voters may
be tound who take Mr. Bowser, his
statements, and his arguments, seriously; it is also possible that there
are a few more who believe in Mr.
McBride and in the sincerity of his
protestations of love for British Columbia and zeal for its advancement
and prosperity, in spite of the tact
that he must have made himself a
party to bringing about the situation
With regard to the voters' lists which
shows on the part of those who
brought it about a disregard of constitutional and democratic rights, and
a distrust of the voters deserving the
defeat with which the Administration surely will be visited. Besides
acting as a corrective to the statements and arguments of these gentlemen the Opposition speakers, by
their presence in the upper country,
will demonstrate thai distance does
not weaken or destroy Identity of
political interest, and that on a "question which so intimately and permanently concerns the welfare and prosperity of British Columbia, public
sentiment at the coasl and In the
towns and cities of the Interior is
one.���Vancouver World.
But   it   Is not   Macken le  &   Mann, j Bride  must   know  thai   such   talk   Is
the  millionaire  railway    contractors, nonsensi   when  lhe province pu
bul the C. \". R., the poor, miserable, j the    money.     Still    McBrlde having
mysterious railway corporation out ol   he-en in politics know..', how easj li Is
which   they  have  madi .- lei  fool  the  unwai'v  workei
-which they do noi invest In th. How long an we plain mon and
C. N. R.-with which we have to deal. women of BrlUsh Columbla goin ,���
It is the CNR. winch depends ��!<-,,,and .,., tbe McBrldes and the labor
on borrowed cCrs ... move the *hea thieves Manns? Hovn long are you
alon. Its ines, th. road that is built golng to Btand ,���, po!U��lana ���-,���,
withe,,, ditches the mad which gets take your ������ ,��� 1)Ui|(, rallroadg ln
tied up for 42 days a a stretch be- order tll.lL multimillionaires may got
cause it was skimped m the building I them l(���.    nothing?     How    long are
you men who work In' the mines an 1
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FIFTY PEOPLE.
A WHIRLWIND of Music, of Fun, of S -ne,
of Girls.
Ilea,    the    fan: iUS   Bongs,   "So   Long     Mary."     "[   '
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Seats 50c, 75c. $1.00 nnd $1.50,   on   sale   at   Ryall's   Drug S
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the road of which no one knows any
thing and of which no one���not even
Premier McBride���can find oul anything���that is the corporation for
which British Columbia is asked to
lend its credit to the tune of
000,000.
Mackenzie & Mann, as I have said,
made their fortunes as sole contractors of the C. N. R. How much per
mile will they make out of the 600
miles they will build in British Columbia lf the McBrlde-Bowser aggregation is returned to power?���Saturday Sunset.
A Word to the Workers.
British Columbia elections will be
held on the twenty-fifth of November.
Just before the British Columbia session closed, the McBride Government
agreed to force the province to guarantee the bonds of the Canadian
Northern railway for six hundred
miles at four per cent.   The question
the forests and on the railroads going
to stand for that son of exploitation?
How the plunderers njusl laugh In
their sleeves at you sillies who will
**"���*,let yourselves be taxed In order that
the plunderers may pocket the taxes.
Even McBride himself must feel
she. iiish at Um, s when he thinks
whi a flimsy game you win stand
for, Men of British Columbia, how
Ion- tire you going to stand to see
you, puppet politicians give away
yoi r glorious province to glut the
purses of the eastern parasite money
lords.' I can take you int i Montreal
and t.how you palaces which you have
sweated to bitll.l for the money lords.
I can take you Into Montreal and
show you men who are scheming to
further enslave you. How long will
you stand for the McBrldes who are
the Instruments the capitalists employ  to lambaste you Into a  deeper
servitude?���Revelstoke   Mail   Her;,Id.
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N0VEMBER   15.
1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE FIVE.
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Special in Millinery For
Saturday.
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Regular price $8.50, Saturday
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PORTING NEWS
PLATERS IGOUIMBIJUH COLLEGE
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Business  Talk
Phone 176.
f      From      Vancouver   Each    Team    Scored    on    Touchdown
B;   Score  of Thirty- and  One Goal���Was  Hard-Fought
to Seventeen. Battle.
Politicians  know  their
hllKitlf'SH
The puhlic know theft
business,
wifejsE <x CARfHtTS atiCLDTHS LWtkCtjic;
basketball
te . the Vancouvei
.   scori   ol 31 i"
 In al  the
....  ;  world ol  thi
ch 1       havi
score is I
at
.. i   game   bei "
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NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Eye Glasses
ALL  ABOUT   THEM,  with  a  few  hints  '
.  ,,j the ��� y< s, i-  the tit!-' ol a b iokh I wi
bj   mall,    lf > nn don't  receivi
.���,,! ag a cai il  with   youi   n tme and
... in send you one at once.
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Room 13,
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A Reliable   Clock
��� ity In every home.    I   have   fust   received   an   assortment
.   Parlor     Clocks.       These   are    both    useful   and   ornamental,
.irate   timekeepers   and   In   handsome   cases.       Prices   from
r oj.00.      Also the following:
.'   Kitchen  Clocks,  striking   hour  and   half   hour   . . .$ 4.fi0
/ Office Clocks from $5.00 to
.$23.00
Clocks
, from   $1.25 to $ 3'00
Glad   Lo   have   you   call   and   look   them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
,   on
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:       .. replaced
3ri - one of   1 he
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i glans   won   b    ,    sisti tit
ever shoi
by 1 to shoot
Time i ain the ball
>   the    In. a     '���   ���     i  i
Lriki  -.   tin     ring   which
���  in   attributed d luck.
had   a   i. w  samples  ol
ki   e especial-
Into the
   i from the
;.       Cam< i on   was a   I
the Collegi   i au lj im
row, and add)      ..  numbei
... goals      Thi   Hi..;, Si
boys ich i lia  ipion and they
:...,. i  but    little    satl onlj
hej  miKlit
These
ntiif mosl ol t In   Vanco tvei  lii i.i goals
n adi   bj  Goi don, ���., smai t player, v Isitoi s' lini up
dtfferenei   w as nol so
grea                   homi     ti tm  cei tainlj
throughout, Qor
wen    thi   besl ol
the \ Isitora
The   collegi   gynaslum  waa pa
' to lis full capai.'..   i"   sl ud ntg and
��� Isltors, and tin    lin fiom horns and
a.i yells v - -  ���      ��� much
.at    tier    I e '.,   ,, a     Tle't      Cl   .1 It      WUS
pelted  te.  stop  thi   gam     until  a
slight modification wi de a  .1 tb[
whistle could again  i"   In ard      11 n
of  the  bulldli      i   i       inn
tn. lj   tnki ei  up bj   the BUpp iters <
tiir \ Isltors. w hn . ame o\i i in i ��� ���
car, and    pai iidi .1    lhi     cltj
pi lor in the match.      There was nol
much nolsi  eai the rel ui ti ti Ip
in ihe Hi ���' hall the scoie   lood ' I
to  7  in  Un or ol   Columbian   Col ���
and the Becond half, it to L0.     Tin
���..   ��� ���    cored as follow b
Columbian Colli ge Cami i nn, "t
Held goals, 5 fn e throws;   McArthur,
,-.    ��� oals;     Pi lest,  2  ii Id  goa
Dralm y, l  Di Id i  - b      Total 31.
Vancouvi i iu. h School (lot di n
i field goals, 3 free throw . Ti inrool ���
j 3 ii.-ui goals; Banham, .' lield goals
, Total, i.'.
Thr teams were
Columbian College Priest and
Dralnej. guai ds Fiji guson, centre;
McArthur and Cameron   forwards
Vancouver High School Boyle and
Mowat, guar Is; TenBrooke, centre;
Gordon and Banham, forwards
���afil'l'-
.   Van
couver 1 Scho
Qui ���    e
��      'day t the   Hi
! I ; uggle   hi witl
each teai
AI
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con-
ten  min-
.   .     i collegi
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rin      y was coi        ���������'.���  Stew-
le   of  1
In
tbi th e    o hi       m<
���   player.       I hill  .and
.lii .    -i.e.        v.i ight gave
n the si
ers prop I
i     ..        t when tl got   the
a   hill  thej   v ���   push
< ..an college all o^ 11  the field,
ond  Quai tei   cami    hov ey i
I    boj ������    i ��� lie  lee.'
d thi ... ,1 thai
tliry were able to hold thi tr own in
..as.   li waj e   .......
.   betti r si 	
i .  I led  the  Colui -     eg.   boj s
down the Vancouver mon, the
School playei - ha\ lng thi   bi :
i. , tin   opi a  pla;      Both  teams
. id .li al of fumbling, and the
tai -   was bj   in-  in. a;/-  fll st class;
ese points, however, the visitors
m tpei loi i" I In  loi als
Considering thi   facl     owe\ ei   that
.  .   new to tin   game, the loi al
did  remarkablj   well,  and  with
��� e   more pi act li    should make a
v- it is. the
to Coach Bllo
deau, who has knocked the boys Into
The   game   vi -������   11 fei eed   ',v    Mi
Jackson, ol   Vaneoin e .  whot ���   dei It
gavi   pi   feci   satl ifaction to both
side -    The onlj   polnl  lu which Mi
Jack ion  ��it ���  Im lini '1  to  be  lax  wa -
111     hea  plllg     lei        I   J l_<     Oil    Mir    fOl'Wflt (1  ���
w ho wei e Inclined to gi    ofl    ide   on
evi a  possible  ilot
The teams llm d up as follow -
Columbian      Colli   ��� Forwards
Croft,    I'a idi n,    But wa ���'      i' tkeley,
\i tuBtrong,    Smith     Poupoi
,      i,ah, ..     prii -       Mi on,-.,, .
tim . quaiiio       Feigjsoti,     l"
Stewart, Cann ron   full    RU
\    it   a    i',.e ward      i-o    Di   In I
.    r   Smith   Nej    b- kh irt    Perrj
;.i\ lug itotie,    i lud ion .    hal ��� a     ' ;i'
more,  ll   Smith;   tin le-qual tens    8ej
jau li "ii.   Mui klu     i'     Mull .
tull,  Ui
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$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
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25 per cent on Monday next. Acreage adjoining these lots is held at
higher prices.
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Is here, and bo are our Blelghs,
Prices range from B0 cents each
Up    Buy one tor the boy.    spe
CIAL FOR TODAY���Lead Pencils
only ir> cents per dozen,
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for CMU -tt- Wil for the Bain"
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NEAR COR. FIFTH AVE. AND EIGHTH ST.
(Next to Oentral Meat Market)
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B.   Hams, Bacon, Cheese, Teas, Coffees a specialty.
"ne line of every description of GROCERIES-	
DAVID ADAMS, Prop.
Phone 583.
Westminster Opera House
FRIDAY, NOV. 19
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HUMAN
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A Story from Life Presented
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Thrilling and Realistic Situations
Arouae the Spectator to the Highest
Pitch of Enthusiasm.
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Seats 25c. 50c and 11.00, on sale at
Ryall's Drug Store.
Notice i i" i' bj given thai an application will be made undei Pari V*.
of the "Water \<o 1B09," to obtain
u |i,.,.nii,. in the Westminstei Division
of Westtnlnsti i   Dlsti Icl
(a), Tin n nne, addn bb nml occupation ol tin applicanl it. the Vancouvei Powei Company, Limited, having
llu head oflice al the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, and having a
capital of $2,600,000 divided Into -.-
600,000 shares of $1.00 each, all fully
paid up.
ihi The num.' of the lake, Btreani
or source Is Suicide Creek, Bowing
Into the Nlcomen Slough^n Dewdney
district, aboul three and one-hall
miles east of Dewdney Station on the
Canadian Paciflc Railway
(o) The poinl of diversion ie
aboul eighl miles up Suicide Creek
from the polnl where Bulcldo < ree��
Intersects with the Canadian I acme
Railway. ,,  .
'   id).   The quantity of water applied
toi 66 cubic feel per Becond.
(8) The oharactei of the proposed
works Ik the diversion of Bald creek
by means of dam, ditch, flume, natural waterways, tunnels and pipes, and
tl stabllshmenl    In    connection
therewith of a wain power planl for
the generation of electricity toi mechanical, Industrial and commercial
purposes and particularly In tin- operation of motors, machinery, electric
lighting, the operation of tramways
ami other works tor whi.'h suoh "gnt,
heat and power, are suitable and
available, The premises on whicn
the water i* to be used is a powei
house to hp constructed in Township
Twenty -imp (illj. Dewdney district,
aboul two miips north of the Canadian Paclflc    Railway,   ft��w Siii&me
Cieolt
mi The purposes tor wlildi tne
Water Is to be used Is to generate
electric power, light ami heat for
traction, lighting, heating, msinufnc-
turtng and nil and every Industrial
or other purposes to which It may ue
applied. j f ,.
111. lf the water Is to he used toi
power or mining purposes describe
the pltice Where the water is to ue
returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between
point of diversion and point of return. The water will be returned to
the bed of Suicide Creek at or near
the said proposed powerhouse, the
difference in altitude being approximately six hundred feet.
(j). Area of Crown land intended
to be occupied by the proposed works
wlll not exceed 90(1 acres Inclusive or
lands to be submerged by reason or
storage of water.
(k).      This  notice was posted on
. .���        \    en i"'1    i". ���'   and
the <
day of De	
bi r, 11
Give tl ..ral a.Id!'.
r.t  any  rtpa or Ila
.,       or v
.'.���tral by thi d work!
bovi     ���. . atlel.
none.
iml     The pa t ol
a the Compan.
whicl the pn
_ woi Ke-. n ad Colli "
rin   objects    foi    whii
s establisl md to whii
ObjeCtl        till        1 'ein.pllleV a     . .
are thi   acquisition of v d wa
ter powei   bj   records of unn 	
watei   oi   bj   ihe  puichase of v
records oi -   tei pi h i!> gi .- foi
.. e i Sons! meting, operating and maintaining el  work! ; ower houses,  generatini   plant and  such  othei
applil E   ee. .1      ooi,\Tlll< n i
 ssai j   and proper foi   thi   o   ei
ating ol electrieit)  or electric power,
anj  oilier form 'M developed epow-
���   aud for ttansmltting the Bame to
ised by tlie company .11 bj persons
.ir companies   contracting    with the
company therefor, as a motive power
 '   operating ol motoia, machines    ��� ���    electric   lighting   or   othei
-, or to be supplied by the companj  to consumers foi   heating Or a?
.n.   pow.    foi   propi lling  tram-
>. .'     01  foi  driving, hauling   lifting,
pumping, lighi ing, 1 on. lting.
drilling ami milling or foi  anv  other
operations to �� hich ii ma; be  idapted
or to    ���           .11 supplied for ln con-
ion  with ;en\   other pui pobi a foi
which eh ctrli   1    0    powei
may bi I 0   rei ���o��i
,g). Foi rendering water and
povi - - ��� e foi use, application and diBtrlbutio bj ��� ecting
dams Ini 1 eai lng tin ��� _ of watei i'1
anj existing body of v 1 or 1 xtend-
iiin the area thei eol diverting the
.v ati 1 b ol  an; id 01   lake
Into anj   ol hei   chaum    ��� 1   ���      tnele
-.   Ti'iiea     iny I        .'1   I'Ullie.
pi  .   01   well    con ti 1 ;   1 't.'p-
way, 1 ��� bi > 1 ���"!   aqi I   "eli. ��   eel
 thi     ���    ction 01   work
1 h mm  I.,. 1 a. uired In ��� onm ction
with the I 1  thl
-.ii-' �� ati 1  and �� ati 1 pow 11  ...  bj   al
tei lng,  reni ��lng,  exti -.-n-    Impi01
ln| I ��� 1 een a. 01 |11 :l i >l I a i., e a .       ;ll|V
Buch works   01  anj   pai i  line, ol
i n i The ' ompanj applies for a license to '.I"'' w ati' rhe place of
tin. piopo n .1 i> lervoli foi '-'eee mg the
sai.l water l�� the land above the said
polnl of diversion, to constiluli ;.
ivsi-ivoir ��iili an an-,, of aboul eighl
hundred aci es to b i toi med by ihp
utilization of the natural elevation of
the land ami dams.
mi The meanB by which it is proposed in Btore the watei is bj the
erection of all required dams and the
conservation of the waters falling np-
on the surrounding watershed.
(p), The area of the reservoir site
or hIIcs at each fool in depth above
the outlel "ill be al 7010 ten acres,
ami increasing al the rate of aboul
live acres for each fool in depth.
nil. it Is proposed to acquire the
land���which mtty be held bj   private
e or if ne.
bj  1 xpropriation.
' (r).   Thi
mately Intended to bi        onm ed will
be about   '
V. H. HOPE,
A. B. BECK,
Direi ������ ���
2. V. ARMSTRONG
Secretary. Vaivonvoi . B C.
Vancouver Powei   Co.,  Ltd.,  incorporated 1oA
SUPERIOR
Is (lie keynoii oi Royal Standard Flour. Bad ol thiE goodness is the best wheat that Canada's prairies produce. li is
milled by the most modern and
perfeel methods, and more than
that, our 1.iration rlgrhl in British Columbia enables ns lo ex-
perlmenl bo an to be able to
blend Royal Standard jusi right
for ibe conditions in which H
Is used
When you once use it, you
Will continue io ubb It. Quite
apart from Its goodneeftj, bow-
ever, there Is another reason
for trying ll In the opportunity
.von have of drawing 14 l09-$iece
china  dinnei   bi 1     Theti   Is B
numbi rod  coupon   In  each  sack
entitling the holdei   i,' an opportunity.     The winhittg mmi- H
bits are announced In this pa
per each month,
(lei a sack ai once
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THE DAILY NEWS.
M��NDAY, NovEm
WE ARE DSUfG PURE CANADIAN MILK IR
Cowan
9        Milk Chocolate,
S   Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS 15
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
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CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT STREET.
New  Weitminster.
Telephone 333
run
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how it ls cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it Ih to purchase the poorer kind. \\'e can point to
bulirlinfc's built with onr materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
I     GILLEY BROS.
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John Oliver Makes
Appeal to Electors
(Continued  from  Page One.)
LEATHER GOODS
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Electric Railway Service {
Interurban Line.
Cars   for Vancouver   and way
stations   wil!   run  every half
hour   from   5:50   a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line; Qar^ leave tram
offlce on tbe hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly be-
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
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ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS
, .   ���     ,   Mountains,  and  with  tho
. \    \   ,v  B., tho Kettle Valley railway
Canadian Northern railway to
,.f  th,   mountains.    If  this
.!  running rights could  be
to all these roads, on a basis
r to that on which rights of a
character are given to run
railway bridge at New West-
[ minster Dnder such arrangements
of its length, and does not contem- nol onlj would new areas be opened
plate the building of a single branch o bj ever/ mile of railway, bu all
line, ft makes no provision whatever I poi . In the Kootenays and Okan-
with regard to freighl rates. In his f 8 n. with their vast stores of farm
nomination speech  Mr,  Bowser said:   | rruit,  coal  and  gold,  would
"There might be some questioning as bi brought almost to the very aoors
to the control of passenger and freight ol Van. ouver.
rates, but when we discussed this I To further open up portions of the
matter with Mackenzie �� -Mann we 1 nce at present inaccessible, and
came to the conclusion thai it would to maki use as far as possible of the
not be wise to have such a clause in-   i amounting to nearly seven
serted in the agreement." The Mc- million dollars, already offered by the
Bride Government, after considera- 1 minion Government to assist the
tion, deliberately decided to exclude 1 ; ling of railways, I would disrnii-
all mention of freight and passenger tinue the insane policy of fighting
rates from the agreement. For this Ottawa, and make intelligent use of
action no excuse can possibly be as- tin subventions already at our dis-
signed.   it' the Province is not to re- posal.
ceive a railway that will aid us in ou' ������'��� following out the Opposition
task of opening-up and developing p gram, the Province would be guar-
over 300,000 square miles of territory, ai ed the Immediate construction of
the only reason that would be put one thousand miles of railway, every
forwarJ oi aiding a double-tracking mih of which would open up new
through line of easy grades would be territory, Instead of 500 miles, of
that it would reduce freight and pas- which ll11" miles doubletracks rail-
senger rates to a minimum, yet we'w; already In existence, while only
are told a proviso to this effect woul 11 - miles are Intended to serve new
bf unwise. Could anything be more territory. Even of the 500 miles
obvious tha nthe fact that tmder this offered by the McBride-Mann aegree-
wild and unconsidered arrangement ment much that is not double-track-
U" nre asked to mortgage our credit   age is  simply  waste, as for example,
With half the labor, and at
half the cost of other soap,
Sunlight does the whole
washing in half the time,
yet   without  Injuring  the
most delicate fabric.
Use it the Sunlight way.
Follow the directions.
BER 1=. 1909,
to the last dollar for a railway which
refuses to give us an consideration
whatever in return?
I have stated repeatedly thai we
ate not bppc��el to, the coming of the
Camilla.; Non'ern, but are anxious
to bring it in In 1&08 Mr. McBride
sai.l'   "Pji'ftntly    no  doubt,   wv   will|
lave Macktn/it {. Mann knocking at
oil' doois let u". trive decent intelligent  < nojitt-.^'e-nent   to  these  under-
ikings bui Uf us give nothing
more.' At Ute sum,, time he said:
'It t.iiually docs seem to tm> that
the inilways aiv doing better without
Government Lotuses than they
*hni tin > w ., in receipt of these
fi.ots fiom 'ut G'vernmenl of the
day' A itice c\n- ordinary change
of view ihan that which Mr. McBride
lias c.v|.(.tJ<!!c<i since Mackenzie ev:
Mann   "knocked  at   the door"  would'
the proposal to reach Vancouver from
the Kettle Valley by way of Spences
Bridge and the ('. P. K. instead of
coming by the short and direct route
by way of Hope mountains.
The madni ss of the McBride project, and all the circumstances under
which it has been forced upon the
electors���who are not offered a coin-
pleted agreement, who are kepi In
the dark as to what it may finally
contain, who are daily misled tis to
what it does contain, wiio are denied
time to consider its provisions, and
from whom the voters' lists are craft-
lil(| ilj withheld for the deliberate purpose of preventing a free expression
of public opinion���should b" a sufficient warning that a crisis has been
reached in the management of the affairs of the province which may lead
to disaster which it is impossible to
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
v
Double Daily Through First-
Class Passenger Service
Morning Express ancl Seattle train
leaves T:.r.5.
Afternoon Express leaves 15:25 for
till    points    Bast,   Including   United
States points. St. Paul and East.
Agassiz  Local  leaves  IT:."a.
For further particulars apply to
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C. P. It. Agent.
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you
Put en a new  ,  ���   of ,,,
Kuheroid is a,, chair ���   r
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I'M*, oold, .������,�����!  winder
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Will not melt, crack or rot
Must easily applied and reonl,��
no painting, "-<4mrtt
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samples and prices. "*'
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Model Sign Works
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PAINTING
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturera and Dtaiers m All Kma    of
K Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
I Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
i h'sh and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
	
.-FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber "Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
;  Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
f Telephone 12. New Westminster
bi   h nd to i.ie.^inr    i adhere to tne j overestimate.
posiiir.n wild Ap McBride has' ''"' Presen< is therefore nol the
abandoned ami oar only repeat his ,in:" to allow ourselves to be blinded
wools In us give decent intelligent or even influenced by party consid-
iii.'.iM.ai.nt-u.t t��� rtiese nndertaktag,ferations- Two Ministers of the
but   let   us  give  nothing  more" Crown, and many others of character
To lighten the burden for the Prov- fuL^ElHl ?aJ��ii ''n"*'"' '��� '""''
inr' as much aa possible, and a, tt,,.;'1"" ";mils ""d whlle lh" Provlnce '
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
sami tmie pro\1de for what is absolutely essential���THE OPENING t'P
i OF NEW TERRITORY���my ptoposl-
tion would lit- to get Dominion and
Provincial cash subsidies for tlie road
from Yellowhead, down the North
Thompson to Kamloops: thence by
way of Nicola Lake to .Menitt- up
the Coldwater to tl
being plundered by the sacrifl v of
our credit, withoul return of any
kind: what they can afford to do
others need nol be ashamed to undertake. The present conti si Is In no
sense political. It Is no more political than was the flght wapal by
j Manitoba againsi railway monopoly
ind the disallowance of railway char-
T,i��� lv;i.T::!""-,'i-''!",""".,i'^"���s, ,ie\;���'. a,,,.''.���,<,
the  Hope .Mountains as one of greal
Importance. If the ('ana lian North
Is   prepared   to  build     through   thai
Pass   upon   receipt   of  a
r
! the purpose of banding British Colum.
1 : bla  over,  bound  and  helpless  to  be
exploited by a railway corporation.
On   behalf of a  United  British Co-
ippeal confidently to every
Idy,   I   woul,i  advocate  that   the I Jumbia" t"i
r����d, through  the    Hope    mountains   s���.,o���V nil'n-V." to evei
should be constructed by the Govern-   Province
FROM VANCOUVER.
To  Victoria���Dally  at   1:30  p.m.
To Alaska���November 23,  u  p.m,
'I'n Queen Charlotte Island���November IS.
To Nanalmo, I'nion. Comox���Tues-
daj and Thursday al 2 p.m.; Monday, n p.m.
To Nanalmo���Daily al 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fit,sir river t.i Chllllvi
and wa\ points���Steamer Beaver
le ives Westminster al 8 a m on
Monday, Wednesday and Frldaj returning, leavi a Chiiliwack al 7 a.m.
on Tuesday, Thursdaj  and Saturday.
For further particulars cad or address
ED. GOULET,   Kgt nt,
New' Westminster,
or
('.   B.  POSI ER,
Asst Gen.  Pass   Agi nt,
Vancouver, B. C.
mint as a Governmi nt mad. connect-
to spare no eiTori  to pn
'���������nt  tho realization of the McBridi
'DgE7iiUhe I" V; &  E. and the B.   li.^^iann    ro    f.'
<���  Electric railroads  to the wesl  of ''  Jonv OUVK,
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may aciitiiro some Idea ��^f our range. Other lines lr'"''
per suit $1.25 to $10.00
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ODD FELLOWS' block EIGHTH   \*AXX CARNARVON  IT8
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CHOICE BEKDED RAISINS
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CHOICE CLEANED CURRANTS
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SEE OUR DINNER 9Et9 POR $12.50.  IF YOU REQUIRE
ONE YOU WILL BUY.
PRoMPt DELIVERY.
TELEPHONE 97.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Timely Tips
For Bargain
Hunters
We have just received another carload of the Raymond Flour. Those
who have tried it
will appreciate this
news, and those
who have not ought
to take the chance,
both to try it and
also to save some
money by using it.
Remember, we
don't follow the
leaders, we lead
the followers.
M0NDAV. NOVEMBER ���
City News
Mis. Lawrence Thornber wil] be at
home Tuesday, November 16.
Repairing    neatly    done    by  D.  F.
Quigley at Sinclair's shoe store.
New Brussels and Avininster carpets at Denny &. Galloway, house furnishers, 34 Sixth Btreet.
The next meeting of the Women's
Educational Club of Columbian College will be held on Tuesday evening
of the coming week, at the residence
oi Mrs.  .Meredith. Fifth avenue.
Ordei' your bulbs for Spri.l't; flowers  now ' from    Davies,  Greenhouse.
telephone  B208.
251-tf
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NA-D8U-C0
Talcum, Violet, Bora ted,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
T. A.
_ CO.
Ellard  Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
��� THE ���
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES r      r
LxcHange
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GS9. ADAMS,  Prop.
Nice Cottage, central,
for large house.
List vour property  with
W. N. NESBITT & SON
Phone  596 650 COLUMBIA  ST.
Westminster Modern Business
School
In placing your training in our
hands you are sure of the best that
PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANTS AND
TEACHERS OF EXPERIENCE can
give you and you nre ASSURED OF
THEIR ASSISTANCE in security for
you the beal positions you are able
to fill.
Knier now and be prepared to nil
a paying position early next year.
Our night school is very popular.
Address,
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
"Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully re-
freshiim for bath or toilet. Kor washing underclothing   it   is   unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
THC WESTMINSTER TRUST
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD.
HEAD  OFFICE  28  LORNE   ST.
Board of Directors:
T. J. Trapp, President,
T.   S.   Annandale,   First   Vice-
President.
J.   J.   Jones.   Second   Vice-President.
T. H. Smith,      II.  Ryall,
L, A. Lewis.      M. M. Nelems,
R. B. Walker, M. D,
Trustees:
Hon. R. McBride, Premier B.C.
Geo. R, Ashwell, \v. s. Collister
P. J, Hurt Managing Director.
B. L. Webber, Assistant Manager and Secretary.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone JJavu-s'
Greenhouse. R20S "
The ladies of St. Andrew's church
will hold their annual Scotch supper
and concert in the lecture room of the
ehureh on the evening of Thursday.
November IS.     Tickets 35c.
Chrysanthemums and carnations at
Tidy's florist store, 7::T Columbia.
Phone L184.
For    pianos'.'   organs,    sewing ma-',
chines,  talking   machines,   sheet   mu- j
sic   and   reooYds   go   to   J.   H,   Todd's
music  liouse,  Columbia   street.
Miss Alvina Munn will Bing at the
Scotch concert which will be held
under the auspices of the ladies of St.
Andrew's church in the lecture hall,
on the evening of Thursday, November IS, Tickets 35c. **
The steamer Transfer win hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharl
for Ladner, Westham Island and way
points, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
instead of at 3. as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra r. tutu
trip arriving in the city in the evening. Trips will be made to Steveston as the business warrants.        **
Work at the Coquitlam asylum farm
is progressing rapidly. The government has a gang of men excavating
for the foundation of the main building, and to facilitate the work a large
scraper hauled on a cable by steam
power is being employed. The work
is being delayed to some extent by
j wet weather.
It' some of your  personal  papers���
deeds, Insurance, policies, aegreements
of stile, mortgages, etc., should be de-
1 stroyed by fire would it not give you
greal   inconvenience,  annoyance and
worry?      Ii  certainly would.    A box
in our safety deposit vaults costs lit-
I tie, is very convenient, and gives you
the most perfeel security.     Dominion
Trust  Co., Ltd., T.   li.  i'�� arson, man-
lager New Westminster branch.
Yesierday many of the visiting
layman missionaries occupied pulpits
of the city churches. Prof. Odium
of Vancouver preached al the Olivet
Baptist church in the morning and
at the Reformed Episcopal in the
evening: Thos. Ryan, layman of Winnipeg, in the Sapperton Presbyterian
in the uorning; the Rev. F. VV. Anderson of Toronto at St. Stephens In
the morning; Rev. .1. G. Bon-1 at the
Sapperton Methodist; M. Creery al
St, Barnabas', and .1. M. Graham tit
St. Andrew'? in the evening.
The Civic board of works at the
present time have more men in their
employ than at any time for many
years. A large quantity o; development is being done with the money
obtained by virtue of the recent bylaw. There me now some sixty men
in the employ of this department
; alone, and tis many more i;i the waterworks  department.
The material which is being removed from Front street east, which
is being prepared for macadamizing,
is being carted to the western end of
I the street, near the Cleeve cannery.
There it is greatly required, the roadway being at present a mass of mud.
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Get Your FURNACES AND PLUMBING
Fixed For the Coming Winter.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
1 Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster !
**************************m**********************+*+l
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Harris beg to convey their thapks to their many friends
tor their sympathy ami help in Heir
late  bereavement.
CARD OF  THANKS.
Mrs. William Johnston begs to con
vey to her many friends her thanks
for ilu ir sympathy anel kindly aid to
her in Inr late sad bereavement,
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283���Meets secqpd and fourth
Mondays at. S p.m., St. Patrick's
Hall, Blackwood St.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that thirty
days from date I Intend to apply to
F. S. Hussey, superintendent of pro-
vincial police, Victoria, B. C, for a
transfer of the liquor license held by
Gilbert Tulloch, for the Tourist hotel,
situated at Port Moody, B. C. to
George Welch of Port, Moodv. B C
GILBERT TULLOCH.
Port Moody, October 2(1, lDO'l.
NOTICE.
LULU ISLAND
To whom It may concern:
Take notice that ln accordance with
authority granted by the Department
Of Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu Island draw bridge at New Westminster, B, C, will be closed to boat
traffic for a period of nbout two
weeks, beginning November 15th,
lPOfi, for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO.,
C. E. FOWLER,
1
President.
We have some very desirable lots in
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
F.J. HART &C0.,Ltd.
OUR WOMEN'S AND MISSES' STOCK OF FURS
FOR FALL AND WINTER ARE HERE, READY FOR
YOUR  INSPECTION   AND SELECTION.
THE VALUES WE HAVE TO SHOW YOU ARE
TRULY REMAKABLE WHEN YOU CONSIDER THE
TIMELINESS AND WORTH OF THE MERCHANDISE WE
ARE   OFFERING.
THESE NEW GARMENTS ARE
BEAUTIFULLY STYLES, MADE OF
FINEST SKINS, EXPERTLY TAILORED AND IN EVERY APPROVED
STYLE. QUALITIES ARE THE
VERY HIGHEST OBTAINABLE IN
EVERY CASE.
BEST OF ALL, PRICES ARE ASTONISHINGLY LITTLE, YOU NEVER SAW SUCH PHENOMENAL VALUES ON EQUALLY DESIRABLE
MERCHANDISE.
OUR FUR DEPARTMENT IS BETTER EQUIPPED
THAN EVER BEFORE WITH THE NEWEST AND BEST
STYLES, THERE'S NO WANT THAT WE CAN'T FILL
SATISFACTORILY.
HERE YOU WILL FIND THE NEW GOODS IN NECK
PIECES, MUFFS, ETC., IN PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
PURSE.
BETTER VALUES ARE OFFERED THIS YEAR
THAN EVER BEFORE AND WE ASK FOR YOUR PRESENCE AND RIGID INSPECTION OF THIS DEPENDABLE
LINE  OF SEASONABLE   FURS.
Women's,
Misses' and
Children's
Gloves 35c Pr
Warm woollen glovi s In
splendid quality and bright
finish, shown in shades of
Navy, Green. Brown. Tan.
Grey, Cardinal and Black
and white. Als.. fancy designs. Sizes 6 to 'y_ Inches,
per pair,
Cleverly Styled Furs
COMBINING EXCELLENT WORKMANSHIP WITH THE
RICHNESS OF APPEARANCE AND EXTREME DURABILITY.
MARMOT  STOLE. 56 inches long, lined with 1
Price      ...$4.75
GREY SQUIRREL CRAVATS at   $7.50. $8.50. $12.50
MARMOT    MUFFS  at. each $6.50 .Tid $7.50
BLACK   CONEY STOLES, with
with tails, satin lined.    Price, only
arge    i
 $5.00
MARMOT    STol.K's  trimmed  with  Ermine
lined.      Price only   ...$8.00
s \iii.i-: RUFFS, trimmed with 6 tails, price $11.50, $12.50
Many other lines including    the    fashionabli      MINKS.
TRIMMED WITH  HEADS AND TAILS in neck rufl
and cravats.    Prices trom, each $17.50 up to $100
Dress Goods Specials
For Friday and Saturday
75c Per Yard
Thirty ends of 54-inch striped, checked and plain Homespuns, Worsteds, etc., this week-end offering affords a
splendid opportunity to save on materials. Regular $1 25
and  $1.50 yard.    Per yard ..75c
Suitable for Children's Coats,
Women's Skirts, Coats, Etc.
Colors of brown, navy, .grey, cardinal, green, black
and fancy colorings. Regular values $1.26 and $1.60. On
sale today, per yard 75C
Single Pairs
Lace Curtains
Slightly soiled. 2 d
single    pairs at 1-3 ol
regular price.     T
tains   are   perfect!
and .".  l-:' yards  loi      li '���
60 inches wide and o
white,  ecru  ami  cn
Prices��� I'- i pair.
Reg. $1.26 and $1 5   I n 95c
Reg. $2.60 for  J1-75
Reg. $3.60 for S-50
Reg. $4.60 for  $3.00
Bleached Table N ipkins,
large size, guaranteed l'11"'
linen assorted patti n special today, each  1"c
Stunning New
Millinery
Greatly
Reduced
Any trimmed hal In all
th'" latesl shad e8 ot fell and
velvel ai half price.
All trimmed hats In Btock
al  i-l off.
.lust arrived, shipment of
children's wool toques and
caps, till shaib s; also women's white felt crush hats.
Exceptional Values in
Women's Coats, Jerseys,
Waists, Etc.
WOMEN'S  COATS in till sizes, semi tighl fitting
high    standup   collar, Empire back, trimmed with braid '���
diagonal   tweeds.     Prices $10.00 up to $30-00
MOIRE   RUBBERIZED    RAINCOATS    In    black
brown, grey, seml-llitlng back, high collar, doubli   brea
fronts,     Today	
RUBBERIZED   RAINCOATS striped    effects, higl
shut collar, some trimmed    With    strappings    and  l'<" '
prlceg        $16.50 and $17.50
LADIES'  GOLF   JBRSBYS In white, black, navy. --
grey and cardinal also In mixed colorings, some with >" _*
and some without, side pockets $-300 and
LADIES' BLACK   SILK WAISTS, jusi new In, In chiffon taffeta.    Some buttoned    front,    nicely  tucked    on
fancy  front    trimmed, soutache braid and Jet puttonu.
p,.|Ce8 $4.75, $5.00 and io./o
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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