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 f IRE
jNSURANCE
mlTZ, SHELES & CO
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
JitN'S MISSION
ens GOOD START
Speakers
Tell  Of
C. M. WOODWORTH
ON CM CONTRACT
prom   the   East
Work Being Ac-
Tells His Hearers it Doesn't
Cub..
plished By Movement.
prominent men
gathered in St.
, last  nighl   to  welcome
laymen's mlsslon-
iiie enthusiasm of
meeting was   unbounded, and a
., the  movement  in
| ,!.      A  few  of  the
I ,  ty   were   present
me   speakln   was almost entirely
j        ,.'      .        It, -rs. who are mak-
{___ te ' '  fOT the PUr-
I-' he men and  women
�����seu' ��� mghlj  Interest-
u
, New Westminster
Deorge's I
, apostles
kry movement
Attempts to Find Out Whether or Not Coupling Was Properly Made���Expert
Admits That Couplings Have Bsen Known to Part For No Apparent
Cause���More Evidence on Subject Monday.
Matter if B.C.
peril Its Credit.
Does Im-
miners
the men
I the Domini*	
j in       -ori.-
Banquet to Visitors.
:,.     (he in" Ung ������ banquet  was
eld in honor ol the visitors.    Every
iair that could bi   crowded Into the
na ailed and a few of the late
lia,i to   take    their  refresh-
ents si" e steps of tlie plat-
lonu.    i ers    present  were
t_ \ ��� neral secretary of
. .ei     the   I'resby-
.   S. Harrison, layman
Dr.  S.  Gould,  r<-
ued medii .1 missionary from  Pal-
Ri ,   11. M. Clark, a Pres-
.: uarj    now    on leave
.e::. i  ID
jl,-  Ari and   Mr.   Harrison
I ... | thi ie, a discussion of
��� If    ami  the other
interesting ad-
oi ditions   in their
ii   s. Curtis,
ied the chair.
History of the Movement.
: Ij  outlined thi
ie laymen's mis-
as  the  work  lias
all  ovei   Canada.
Toronto a short
nl spread from
la    ie.  i,.,   other.
- on their
I, "usi    the same
ess  or    on   his
thli tj   yi. at b  ai 'i
and  conditions
nd Improved methods
different business
de\ i ��� '. to nc''
.i growing    ami Im-
So It 1    with the
inent.     The old hap-
glvin s  whenevei
bi en changed to
represent! d  bj
sj stem."
coup
le. . ::
I
churi
helped
h   ill   a
ll il
ie
ll'    |
I
Wanted.
tregation  to at
. mai j  commit-
i.  would be i"
. >   effort. "Ap-
the    committee,"  he
ld; "ai�� . capital M, capital
pointed out that
organized ��� ft'ori  had almost dou-
^^^H cases trebled  the
eiihed  by  most
oe.es.     The spirit
I  nol  only asslsl
bUl    helped   th
. the
I
��� iple,"    he    said;
men; send one and
' ���'' - n.i  two and vou
��� a committee and net quite a lot;
��� have a deputation
>ave anything you ask for.
���ugntei i
Conditions  in  China.
ni.��   .   ' Clark' ,ll(' Chinese mls-
'""i who was the nexl speaker on
mosl Interesting
o   ���    In   China.       He
,,,    * purpose to paint
:,;;v I rt, colors and pro.
"' , " Bivi   nn [dea of the vast-
,K, ' "' "i .. nation whose
1
ws and
[8ll     Wl   ,
Nihil.
N can
li-
unbroken  for
' I IneSe were wear-
' i.   use of gun-
' of printing ai a
anei Btors In the Brit-
Iklns   "ti7^"   ' 0,hed ln  l,uinl  iini1
Hi,, B��� tj  wall 2000 miles
een       '' watchtowers  had
iadhH ' "    ,'"1'"''" Caasar
Ip across the Chan.
!!,",si,"1l '���   time or Confucius,"
in d.vei, ,''���" ''""""'>' bas stood  still
im,;,,,,'1, They   are   Waking
eWilty f,���. ,!'''   ' a" Immense oppor-
' '  ���        Christian    church to
uau��'i o[ hundreds of millions
"st of Christian coun-
l*akintt��n      how ,1|('    country was
N :iL  '".''���"���������'���lull.v.      Ther
J"*"* of railwa,
c-hin     :""' w ten y
*ould n���!T    ad  avoW(,d   that   they
"C&nJ�� ,_ '""��� of ll-
S reborn-, fi?! ,mr,1;    Chlna ls
Htlnied ih'   ,B;'Ul the speaker.   Up
lll('   Chinese were tbe
Was   the   flatcar  load. .:
her.    the    running   away
caused     Wednesday's     il .
dent,   ever   coupled   to   th
which it  was a  part, or did the
lings  come  loose  after  having
properly made?
Question  Is Open.
The cause  of  the  accident   lies In
one oi the two alternatives, to determine which was the object ol the in-
vestigation  which opened in the police  court   at   Vancouver   yesterday,
and which will be continued on Monday.      Yesterday's     evidence   Weill   to
show  that    cases    had    been  known
where cars had become uncoupled after the coupling had to all appeal
ces   In en   perfeel ly   madi'.       Wl ���
Wednesday's  accident   was cans, d  by
a case of this so trwas nol deteri   i
and the question is still open.
Coroner Jeff presided over the
court and there was a largi representation of counsel. The courtroom
was far too small io accommod iti
the crowd of witnesses and spectal
ors, ami t-\en Btanding ine.; i was '
:e premium, the public taking a -
Interest   in   the  proceedings.
The coroner's jury, consisting of
Messrs. .lames .Main, foreman; Clias.
Clapp, D. Menzies, W. VV. Smut. .1.
II. Me.Nah and .1. W. Browni . viewi el
the bodies on Thursday and also vis-
Ited the seem- of the wi i ck prioi I i
listening to the o- Idence in the cai i
5 estei day.
Many Counsel   Present.
It was a noticeable facl that, although there were some eleven lawyers preseni at the Investigation,
these were durin? the proceedings
yestei daj nol i ailed upon to state foi
whom they w - appearing, nor did
they volunteer to do so. Amo
counsel preseni wi r< L. G. M P ill
ii, s, K.C., and A. E. Beck, solicitor!
for the B.C. Electric company; YV.
Norman Hole. K.C., acting for th<
crew of the freighl train. Motoi ���
' lei lonough, Condu i i Wig li ani
Brakeman Burrows; YV. J. Whiteside,
acting, it is understood, for the Strei I
Railway Men's union; D. McVety, solicitor for the C.P.R.; R. W. Harris,
solicitor for the municipality of South
Vancouver; D. G. McDonald, J. A.
Russell, ll. D. Hulme and George E.
McCrossan.
The jury during the enquiry showed
"iih lum- much Intere
of which del rie bj il
ible   acci-: Pa. y-   and
train   i I
In the burning of the
employees of tbe com-
hen   adjournment   was
taken   reque ted   thai   witnesses   be
ibtalned to I irow more light on this
l i.e    also requested that thc
acting   gi in i   .   manager   of   the   railway  be  calli I   to  give  evidence  concerning  the ;  -neral operation of the
road.
T ie Coupling.
Tin main i lature of the investigation centn d . round the actions of pie
train ciew when coupling the shunter
and attached freight car to the car
of lumbei al the Nanaimo switch. An
endeavor was made to ascertain
whether the coupling had ever been
made al all, or whether the motor had
backed down on the flatcar withoul
coupling, and that, thi braki a being
oft and the ear dependent only on a
wood block, had been treed. Tbe
brakeman was definite in hie statement that the coupling was perfectly
made and that the car moved up the
i.e di some yards before the coupling
broke. An experl engineer stated In
. Idence thai they could not break If
.made perfectly, but admitted Inter
that such case's had been reported to
him, though he had not sei ��� Ihem
personally. The Inquest was ad-
��� journey until Monday owing to the
sickness of i ac of the jurois, Mr. C.
Clapp.
Describes  the  Scene.
Roberl Ti ford r resldi nl of Lake-
view, brieflj de ci Ibed tli of
the wreck a !.. found li on his arrival. The d ad were more nuun .ous
on the righi hand side oi the ci
where the lumber was piled 3 feet
dei p, as in ly i.s il
ei tht  bodies had    i ��� ��� .,\.cpi dear ol
opinion that had the couplers been
properly joined ind tested, they could
not have slipped. They were in perfect condition And not worn enough
to make them slip. Thei were airbrakes on both cars, of the automatic
pattern. These airbrake, could not
however, be used on the r C. Electric Railway freight sys.em. He
did i. ; believe that the car could
have been moved at all unless the
eein.ling had been perl', 'ly made.
Couplings, the witness stated, frequently missed Joining, lie did noi
think that had the loud brake been
set, the jar of the motor would have
moved it far. Ii was pi ssible, bul
not probable, that the jolt might release the brake. Mr. Inches believed that it would be feasible for
the B. C. B. li. to Instal aii brake
equipment on their motors.
In answer to Mr. McPhtllips, the
witness said that the rule was to set
the hand brakes when a car was lefl
alone, bul he did not know whether
this applied to switching. The airbrakes would only have L sen of advantage had the ear broken from a
I rain accidentally. He knew thai
much b' ll lilng ...is dune without air,
A good coupler, well COU] led, would
not, he believed, have broken.
Power of the Brakes.
In n ply to Mr. McCi ossan, the
wim ss said that, providing the brake
was lan set, the Jolt ol the i mtor
mighl hai - started the ila car down
ind brakes ould bave
sie. pod tla : unless II h id attaim d
gr<..;    spi. d.     Qu Bti by other
. lunsel Mr. Inches admitted that
cases had    been reported to him of
e report that
on the bank
i^^^^Hf T .     w
I the frei .  ;
es i ie'. louslj.
Couplings  in
occurred    al
MX   O'C
I ie u min-
upllng3
Inches.
ood   C.',
David Inches, an engineer of Van-
....      . as au    i .) erl  on
cars. i ie examine I the cai. which
figured in ibe- collision. lie found
the couplings on both cars aad the
attachments In good order. The
brakes on the flat car were all broken, so that iheir condition al the time
of the accideni could nol be told. II
was not possible to Baj  whether the
brakes   had   been     set,        lie   was   ol
no  ih leets    could
..II,,.
.    . .1. C. Mi dill
��� boul   '' re rod    fi
Look   plai   .
the Injured men to
he  was care.!   foi
an axe and Baw, and
cate   the  dead     and
���  .    a i-i i io, when ,
be.  found,     Tbe
i    r_e���o   tl
i ;  :...!%. ... w   . .
��� ���        ie    acci-
He   took   one  ":
his house   win ii
;        >   lanl    n
helped to extrl-
wounded.     Mr.
Madill described the terrible scene
which lie found. Dead and living
won- mixed together and In one case
a dead man and a living man were
with difficulty parted. After the de
bris bad been search id there was n.i
possibility of even a hal being left,
and Ibis was done long before the
wrecking  crew   arrived.      There  was
absolutely no truth In th
n man lay uu  two hours
unattended. .^^^^^^^^^
Detectives   Gve   Evidence.
i Detective McLeod of Vancouver answered the telephone alarm to the
Vancouver police, nnd with Detective
Thompson reached the scene at 7:15
a.m.      They  viewed  the  remains and
.made enquiries regarding the persons
in  charge ol   tin   cars.      No infoi nin-
I lion was available.      They made sure
j that no hocies ,. mained In the debris, and then examined the couplers
Which  appealed  to  be ln  perfeel  con-
I dltion. No Information could be obtained as to the whereabouts of the
motor crew. Mr. Woodruff, an olii-
ciai of the B. C. E. U. approached
Mr. McLeod and asked it he thoughl
there would be any objection to running cars over the track when the
line was cleared. He informed Mr-
Woodruff thai he had no jurisdiction
there, bul he knew of no objection,
since the lumber bad to be moved
anyway. 1). J, McQuarrie, local manager of the line, then went over the
scene with him, and tugether tbey
e> mined the cars. They found thai
the debris was being burned and the
llat car bad been moved some distance, li was nol customary to remove matei lal bi for" the coi oner had
viewed It, bul ih< witness did nol
know thai ii would have been of any
advantagi to tin enquiry. The wit-
ia b saw the block ol wood used to
block the il.u car ahem; twenty
: from the switch. The switch
was about .'.iiu yardi frcn the scene
i f the accideni. The blocl; did not
look as If a car had run over lt. The
wheels, howi v< r, ii.iii been In con-
ti ��� I with the block. Tlu impression
Ho thai Lhe shuntr? had struck
��� ��� e   ;  ! i ���        ii     ;p.. block awaj.
\v. ll. Gillies, constable in lhe Van-
��� er polio   ie- ce, also gave a description  ot  ib.-  scene  ai   7:20 a.m.
ne helped with four ol ber constables
ke  ilu- bodies to the city.      Al
7:55  a.m.   no  debris   had   bi en   Rred
and  the track  was dear, excepl  for
the wrecked car.
Heavy  Timbers.
\. E. Cameron, shipper of the Ral
Portage Lumber Co., Vancouver, gave
e\ Idence ns to the loading of the Hal
car No. 26,787, wbicb  figured In the
(Continued  on   Page  Six).
The supporters of T, Gifford, Conservative nominee foi the city Of New
Westminster, held a nice quiel little
meeting in Iheir olubrooms last evening. There were present by acl nal
count thirty-nine supporters of the
late member, including that gentleman himself; chairs bad been set for
aboul twice that number, but by
Ludience managed
spreading out
to give  quite
the
a cozy
W.F.M. DECLAKES BOYCOTT
AGAINST CITY OF SPOKANE
ENTHUSIASTIC   MEETING.
Central   Park   Rallies
Candidate   for
Whole  of    Coeur d'Alene    District
Shut Off to Trade  Because of
Labor  Troubles.
Is
HT? ,0 tl>"
nes.1
Ithi
Spokane, Nov. 12.���Spokane has
bei n boycotted by the local union of
the Western Federation of Miners oi
Burke, Idaho, as an enemy lo labor,
In cause of Its fight againsi the 1-- j
dustrial   Workers of  the  World.
The   miners   have   adopted   resolutions shutting off trade lo the entire
Coeur   d'Alene   mining   districl   from
Spokane,  which   heretofore  bas  been I
the distributing point  for th
region.
Reports  reached  here today
nearly 7,000 miners In Northern YVaBh
ingloii  and  British  Colum,da are also
ready   lo  assist   the   lndiislri.il   VY 01 k-
Ilil'ornialion  disclosed lasl   night
that   the  Spokane    chambei
ml the  Booster club
favorably to the torn
Ilance to quell thi
ley   also  voted
entire
that
ers.
was    ^^^
commerce
both   voted
of a citizen's
dustrlallslK.    ������^^���
a thousand  dollars  to assist
tional   guard   in  further  aid
police.
The  leaders  claim  that
the Workers in theii
of
had
ling
in-
nearly
the na-
io    the
Round   Liberal
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Riding.
Central Park Liberals turned out
! ill their scores lo the meeting held
j in the Agricultural hall in support ol
.1. w. i-'anis, the Liberal nominee for
I Richmond riding, lasi evening, The
I h'all   was  crammed   to  the  doors  and
the meeting was one of the most en
I thusiastic In the history of the half-
j way lown.
The candidate,  Mr.  Farris. was the
principal  speaker of  the evening ami
was given a stirring reception by bis
I constituents. J, w. Weart, the well
'known lawyer of Vancouver, who is
| a resident of Central Park, spoke In
I his   support,    and   a   telling     address
; was  also   delivered     by   .1.   P,   MeCon-
' mil. better known as "Brute," of the
Saturday Sunset. Aid. J. J. .lohnston, 'Liberal candidate for New
Westminster, was on the platform,
ami although he bad not gone expecting to speak, the meeting would nol
adjourn until ii bad had a few words
from him also.
The  railway  policy   was  the  prin
pal topic of   the   evening.     On
subject   Mr.   McConnell   iu   parliciilai
made a  telling  speech  iluslraiing
remarks   with   a  big   railway   map  of
the province.
Funeral of Mrs. Jamieson.
Ai the funeral of the late Mrs. E.
E. Jamieson on Thursday, there was
a very large attendance showing the
universal esteem in which she was
held. The pallbearers were: Ceo.
Coulson, .1. 11. Kennedy. .los. Cameron.
SCHOOL THIISTI.ES WILL
MEET ON DATES SET
 ^^^      effect.
That  Railway   Policy.
The railwaj policy of the McBrlde
governmenl occupied the major part
of the time of the meeting, its principal exponent being C. M. W'ood-
worib of Vancouver, the gentleman
who bad a sharp tursle with Hon. F.
Carter-Cotton over the constituency
of Richmond, and lost.
Mr. Woodworth spoke at considerable length on the policy of the government, bis even and soolbing manner of speaking exactlj suiting the
temper of the audience, which heard
all thai he had to say with quiet content, occasionally quitting somnoles-
cing long enough to saj "Hear, hear,"
and  then  subsiding again.
The text of Mr. Wood worth's
speech was that a line, parallelling
the C. IV R., and serving the same
country thai il serves, was just what
the country needed.
How About It?
Mr. Woodworth stated in the last
five years be had seen Vancouver
grow on an average of twenty per
cent, annually, ibis phenomenal advance being accounted for by the facl
tbat Vancouver was the terminus of
a  transcontinental    railwaj    system.
A little later he told bis hearers that
up io the present British (.'olumbla
"had had no transcontinental system,
in the best sense of I lie words." The
C. P. R., he staled, was handicapped
by iis grades, which he desci ibed as
three per oent. on this side and two
on the other side of Rogers' Pass. On
this accounl the C. P. R. was able to
haul only 100 tons to the engine,
while the Greal Northern, with a
grade of l per cent., hauled as much
as   I In   Ions.
The C. N. R. he told his hearers,
if it followed the route favored by the
premier,  would  have  a  grade of only
four-tenths of one per cent, and ibis
would make ii a real transcontinental
route.
Rates Too  High.
The speaker claimed thai the ''"gh
freighl   rales charged  by  the C. P.  It-
bad hampered the development of the
(Continued on Page Three),
���������������������������������������������������������
as.
Armstrong and
.(ion  men
are ready to help
lore was , ht mA that they are prepared to
en opera-.,. ,it f()I. .. wllolt. year. if necessary,
uarBJ*S  to win out.    Five  hundred  men are
ci-
this
ular
bis
E^����>; 'o the Flag.
iiutv ;,,'���,    , |,;i1 ��n.ould do bis
room. . ''' ,,u' committee
In |,is p��wreender all assistance
��� ���
tlon "'n'i"",''', toward tbe aboil-
rh     . . mils
;��*''n.i,TiI"',uul "Ki,lnst thc
��6,000,ooo
>^ ....
on
and        	
'''    a    liability  of
,IV     the     120,000
11 ''. British Colum-
���������
���������������
���������������������������
left    Chicago    for
than  a
triallsts
reported   to  have  	
Spokane. 1,.,.
Habeas Corpus proceedings are oe-
lng Instituted  today  In  mon
score   of   cases   where   i>"fu*   nduot
are charged  with  disorderly  conauci
or street speaking. .._
Attorneys Rogers and Moore own
sol for the Imprisoned men. a i. J-
Ing their cases direct to the s.U>< '
to the superior court, declaring >
are unable to get justice before muni
cipal judge  Mann.	
Wild  Ducks Di*.
j 2.���Thousands
of wild ducks are
Imperial, Cai., Nov . |  ^
or pot-
Acres of gain
dead birds
son Is not known
fields are strewn with
while others, still living,
pefled that they can be
hand.
City Police Court.
Charles Swindall pleaded guilty
vesterday to the charge of BUPPlylng
liquor to Indians. Magistrate Pittendrigh gave him the option of l��...v"
lng a fine of $10(1 or of spending the
next  three nionths in Jail.
William Dlneen, sometimes addressed as Billy, was arraigned on
the same charge. Though not able
to articulte very freely, he managed
to convey the Idea that, In bis opinion, he was not guilty of BUPPlylng
liquor to one Johnny Coqultlam, who
is supposed to be by law beyond the
pale of unmolested liquidation. Annie.
Mr. Coquitlam's daughter, gave evidence to the effect that she saw Dlneen with a two-bit bottle of whiskey,
which he was trying to persuade the
aforesaid Johnny to buy, or accept,
or take any old way. She could not
swear that Johnny got the bottle. In
fact the bottle ln question was found
on Dlneen at the time he was arrested. The evidence of the other witnesses was somewhat confusing, and
the prisoner was far from stable, bo
are so stu-1 His Worship adjourned the case till
aught by | this morning, when Billy and Jflhnny
Win.  Johnson, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Lewis  Williams
Many beautiful floral tributes were
sent by friends of the deceased.
Among the flowers sent were wreaths
from Ladies' Aid of Knox church. Mr.
and Mrs. N. Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs.
E. Routley; sprays from Mr. and
Mrs. T. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. James
Thornton .^Vancouver), Mr. and Mrs,
John Thornton (Vancouver), Minnie
Thornton,     Master     Elmer   Cameron.
Mrs. w.  L. Armstrong  (Vancouver),
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Digby, Mr, and
Mrs. .1. McRory, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Woods. Mi. and Mrs. James Teskey,
Mrs. C. Digby. Mr. and Mrs. R, 11
Ball aud family, Mr. and Mrs. S. M
Connor. Mrs. and Mr. D. H. Miller.
Mrs. and Mr. Merry, Mr. and Mrs. C,
Feeney, Mr. and Mrs. C. Cameron,
Mr. and Mrs. I'. Cameron, Mr. and
Mrs. It. Best, Mr. and Mrs. House,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Caneday. Mr. and
Mrs. .1. A. Marsh l Vancouver), Mr.
and   Mrs. (1.  Martin,  Mr. and  Mrs. J.
k. Armstrong, Mr
Huff, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
and   Mrs.     Matheson,
Talte,   Mr.  nnd   Mrs.
Mr. and    Mrs.  I).    J.
and   Mrs.  L.  (Irlnmier.  Mr.  and  Mrs.
II    Welsh,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   .1.   Ankers.
Barbara and Ellita Stott, Mr, and Mrs.
L.   B.   DavleB,   Mrs.   .1.   Rennie;   harp.
Street ltallwiiymen's I'nion.
Can Employ Women But Ten Hours.
Chicago, Nov. 12.���The law prohibiting employment of women for
more than ten hours a day was upheld today by Judge Going in tbe municipal court. The decision was
against Glacomo Allegrettl, a candy-
maker.
Many   Have   Already   Engaged   Rooms
at Chiiliwack for  Next Week-
Postponement Impossible.
appear to be
B,   C.   School
Chiiliwack   on
Friday   Of
place   OU
am
tal
Al 3:80 o'clock this morning
word was received from the
Vancouver Hospital that Mr.
Carty was doing well and wm
expected to recover. The condition of the others is excellent.
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BENEVOLENT   SOCIETY.
and     Mrs.  Jesse
McClughan, Mr-
Mr. and  Mrs.
c.  ii.   DeBeck,
McQuarrie. Mr.
Many Korean Insurgents Killed.
Victoria, B. C. Nov. 12.���According to advices from Japan, there Ib
great activity in the campaign against
Korean insurgents, and during the
operations ln October ln Chollado 334
were killed and 1WI5 captured the
Japanese loss being three killed.
Present probabilities
thai  the convention of
Trusties called for
Wednesday. Thursday
the coming week will
the  dates  set.
i iwing iii the facl thai the holding
of the convention   on the   dales set
would   preclude   many   of   the   BChool
trustees from the upper country from
getting back lo iheir homes In time
lo cast their ballots on election day.
it   had  been  proposed   lo poslpolle  the
convention until some time about the
in bI ol the coming month.     Nothing
was done until aboul lwo days BgO,
and when II xecullve of lhe convention finally goi busy on the problem It was found lhal matters bad
gone so far thai ll was almost impossible to arrange for a postponement
Enquiry ai Chiiliwack yesterday on
the  part  of  the  executive  committee
elicited the Information that many of
the delegates who are coining from a
distance hud iilrendy made arrangements, which they were unable to
cancel for rooms at the nprlver town.
Word has been received from Other
trustees who Intended being present
to the Bffecl that tbey had arranged
their affairs so as to make lt possible
for them to attend, and that a postponement would seriously inconvenience them. No definite decision was
arrived at yesterday, but lt appears
probable that the convention will
take place ney* week.
Owing to the i_earness of the elections it ls probable that a number of
trustees who would otherwise have
been present will stay away; it is
anticipated, however, that a large
number will attend, and a successful
convention is looked for.
Hon.  Mr.  Lemieux at  Paris.
Paris,  Nov.    12.���Premier    Briand
yesterday received the Hon. Rodolphe
ca
_     Lemieux,  postmaster-general  of  Can-
will have had time to think it over, ada, at Wiallard.
Two Cases Receive Attention of Philanthropic   Organization.
A meeting of the Benevolent society was beld on Wednesday In the
hoard of trade looms when many new
mailers were hrotiglil before the attention of the members,
\ particularly sad cue was thai ��f
an old woman who bas been left twn
grandchildren on her hands. The
mother of the youngsters, who are
onlv 7 and I veins old respectively.
Is In the as\liim. ami the father cannol be found, The old lady Is quite
willing to look after the children, but.
ls bardh lu a position to do so. All
efforl   will  probably  be made lo place
the orphans in the Vancouver Homo
for children.
Another old lady of the city will
bo Compelled to move shortly from
her home as It has been sold by tho
owner.       This   case     Is   also   III   the
hands of the Benevolent Society and
every   effort   wlll   be   made   to
her comfortable.
make
Australian Naval Bill.
Melbourne.   Nov.   12.���It  Is  considered unlikely that the Naval Bill will
be passed b.v the government during
the present session of parliament
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Governor of Philippines.
Manila, Nov. 12.���Mr. W. Cameron
Forbes today assumed the office or
governor-general of the Philippines.
The formal Inauguration will take
place on November 24.
Liberal Committee Rooms.
A Idei man J. J. Johnstjn'e
committee rooms are established at the Dally News block,
opposite the Carnegie Library.
Telephone No. 605.
Committees meet every evening at 8 o'clock.
The Liberal party desires
that every one opposed to telle
"wild and unconsidered" railway policy of the government
will rally round and make the
rooms their headquarters.
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PAGE  TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
noveme
Society
Mrs. Hamilton Tovey, of Vancouver,
w.e a visitor in the city on Wednesday.
��� *   ���
Mis. Stephen J. Thompson, oi Vancouver, was the guest on Thursday
of her mother M''*>. J. S. Clute.
��� *    a
Mr. J. Ii. Taylor. M.F.. lefl this
city,   i'ii   last   Saturd ij   for   Ottawa
tor tin   opening oi  pai liami nt.
��� ���   ��
i ia- many i'i li nds ol  Mr. Waiter H.
Shioeder will be pleasi d to hear thai
..  conval , Shroed-
er v. iii be the guesl o    .1    and Mrs.
j   I..  Edmonds, Fifth  Stree   I ii
 rl night.
��� *   ��
N.  il.  Macdoi il I, tor tin   p 11
i        a   Tank,   has   resi  :,   - posi
tion   and   will   leave  0n   W< .tie. sday
. .  -..    t wi ek for  London,  England.
��� *   -
tho      ���       went to Van
\       to atti nd  the "Al   he.
h.    Mrs.   John   Hendry   wi
W.   II.   Ki ar;., Mrs.
J. Harvey, Miss  I ...
I       ing, Miss H Me s. Ewi
-   Ewi u.
the dining-room s liiej:h cut-glass vase '
filled with golden chrysanthemums |
;..- - .i tin centn -piece on the tea-
table. Miss Clarkson received her
guests In handsome u iwn of plum
colored corded silk with silver trimmings, Miss Clarkson was assisted
; iy Mrs. J   Cunningham
Bro\  i.   Mrs.  Sie\. wi Ight,  Mrs.  J.  S
Clute and Mrs. T.  R,  Pi ai P
lng  ti a  and  co ;       -���  re  Mrs.  A   J.
llil! and Mrs. Burneti and M    . ''!"'
andMrs.Hu      Go
Clllle'.
Gertrude
i rown     Mil -    ! Nora
���    . trong,
Alma   1.... i-   and   Mb      N to  ii
i: Iggs,  while  Miss 2 ;    the
Ices.    Little Ml - -i
i' .' door t.e the
ts   Included,     Mi        Sti phen    ���'���
Thompson, Mi -   I Yron-
B
lon   E,   ( "
,. m      -,-
'     11   -    Tay] '. iColl,   Mrs.
,i. Stllw Ui Irs. G     lon, I Burn-
Mrs.    R.
Kei S, ��� .Mis     W.
Vlrs   L.   V   Li wis, Mrs
: D Mrs.
Mi -    W.   Jo     ston    M       T
Irs.  .1.   R.  Gran;.   Mrs.  A.
Mrs.   F.   Coultl Irs    A.
A.  Turner.   Mr.  A.   Turnbull.   Mr.   H,
Tidy, Mr. C. Latham, Mr. .1. Mahoney.
Mr.  S.   Kendall   (Vancouver),  Mr.   E.
Goulet. Mr. W. Tumi.uli. Mr. L. Johnson, Mr. F. Trapp, Mr. Plowi    Mr. S
1st, Mr. Insle;    Mr. C. E sl
��� er),  Mr.  1.   Wintemute,  M .
It.   Pearson,   Mr.   K.   Kitts in     I'
..   Mr.  .1.   s io   ,   Mr.   W.   S
Mr.   Mack.   Mr.   .1.  Gifford,   Mr.
Mr.  Brooks; Mr. Herrii g
D.  Sullivan  and  othi  s
principles of civic gov-
and in every other possible
the inti   ei   -  of    our
:    you
le
an d sent
iporl In the
solicltlnu your
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice
plication
is hereby
1 am,
lv.
,
\:v.
Nov.
NOTICE.
���-LECTORS  OF THE  CITY
INSTER.
N'otice  is   her- ley     | Ivi :-.     I
; . ;��� tt 0 fl        list Oi
��� i '   :      vote ii    -    ��� I 5 ��� ���
.
H      li   th    ���'
I!   a, on  Mond ij   I M<
- r,    1909,    a    th      ho ir of    1
n the forem ion
this gth    day of   Novi i il
i
:
1909.
e .,1    CiU-
co e     ited to
-.'cil to t   ''
Mayo   of
.-   !        I.
- a will be
and in the i -
W. A
DUNCAN
Citv CU
rk.
j H. e    Mrs,   Lachlin   McQu
E. Corbould IcNab, Miss -
Miss Wai eon.   Miss   Daupl Im -
seventeenth. | E .       Keary,
Vera   Corb B n nett,
losephii      M
h,   Mrs.   A.   M.   Whitsi le   (Vancouver),  Mrs.  W.  .!.  Whiteside.  Mrs.
P      111,  Mrs.  C.   Robson,  Mrs   Go
Mrs. John  Mac Mrs. G. 0.  M.
!>e��� krill, Mrs. T   J. Trip;.. Mrs. D
Mrs. George Wolfi nden, Mrs. II, j. A.
Burnett,    Mrs.    William    Wolfenden,
j Miss McColl. Mrs   Birr 11, Miss Laid-
11  w, Mi s. G. v w ���'! an i n anj others.
���   i den
for an "at honu
he
* ��    ��
s   Naomi   and Miss     Manuella
I   . .    . atertained r oi
i                 cards on on laj  ovi ning.
* �� ��
L. G. W'e: thington h      retu    -
ed  from ah  unting  trip In  the Chii-
.   district.
MERRIfflfW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WO
STEAM AMD G    !
FITTING
. ��� .r B
\ew West-
i tl
.   your  careful
Ions.
[909,
A.   !-   E.
i
Pa   'Le.
NOTICE.
Also  General   .i;ep...rs
. W. G. McQ    rrie 1 as si nt out |
invitations for a  d in      I ���  b    -iven
in a week. Mond .. . Novi mber 22, it'.
St.  G   irgi '8 hall.
Corner Eighth and Carnarvon
Phone  olQ
Mr. J. E. I' '. '���'. accoui
In the main offlce of the Noi
i -. n Bank, Vani ou1 ��� i is been appointed manager of the N< w Westminster branch, and will assume bis d - -
i. s on Monday next. Mr. and Mrs.
i'    .: -.. w will n - Royal Ave.
<   *   ���
Mis.   E.   Dundas   Lennie    ;���       ed
for the flrsl time since her marriage
cm Thursday at her pretty littli
tagi   on  Sixth  Street.    Tin   draw ng-
!(eoni and tea-room looked very pretty   with   clusters   of   white     eluysan-
thenums   and   autumn   leaves.     Mrs.
Lennie  received  in    ber    handsomi
wedding   gown   of   white   satin   und
assisted   in   i eceiving    by    her
r   ther, Mrs. W. F   Banton and Mrs-;
L.   B.   Lusby,     while   Miss   Gei
Banton, Miss Anderson and Miss li!''-
.-   .       iked   alter  the   visitors,   little]
Miss Bradshaw opening the do
��   ���   ���
John McKenzie, ��I o has 1
visiting   friends  In   Victoria  for  the
past I . returned to hei
���   In I be wi ek.
e* * *
A  wedding which will be oi   I
.     i: lends 1   re- was
i      i   irriagi   ol   Mis ���  Miidi i ,'-, Alexia
oi
J. S.  Swi - i. of Vie to    i   to
.       Hamli i. foi ��� .��� i Ij   ol  New
ter.   The ci r< n   uj
j   the  brii        I I   .-
S    ��� ;. the sisti i   of the bride, Miss
Sweel   being   the   brid
the grooi i  ��      . . ported    by i
I   . Jai k  Swei     oi   Vancom er.    M
Mrs.  Han I ��� San Fi
cisco where thi j   ��111 live.
��� ���   ���
Mrs.   M.   Lester   has   issued   invita-
for  a children's    and    adults'
- j   dn ss  ball  to be  gl i en  In  St
l - hall, Friday evening, Novem
ber the nineteenth. The patroness
will be Mrs. R, Eden Walker, Mrs.
T. S. Annandale, Mrs. J. E. Phillips,
and Mrs. R. B. Hill.
* ��    ���
Thursday afternoon lovely weather
prevailed on the occasion of the large
ti a, at which hosts of Miss Clarkson's
friends were entertained. The decorations were carried out in crysanthe-
muins and carnations, white being
used  in tlie drawing-room,  whi
in
Mrs, F P. Smith was iie hostess at
a delightful] five hundred party given
���   . pi ��� Ity    bungalow.     Li opold
Place on Wednesday evenig last. The
first i   " won bj      b s Fraser
and   Mr.  G.  A.   Allen,  while  Mrs. G.
A.  Allen and  Mr.  Chilver carried off
consolation   prizes.    Smllax  nnd
chrysanthemums were use |  effectively   in   the  decorating   of .the   ro
Anions those present   were:   Dr,  and
Mrs. Rothwell, Dr. and Mrs. Hacking,
Dr. and Mrs. Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Agar.
Mr.  and   Mrs.   M.   Sinclair.     Mr.  and
Mrs. G.  A. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Grant.  Mr.  and   Mrs.  Lawrence,  Mr.
land Mrs. C. A. Welsh. Mr, and Mrs. A.
W. McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mac-
D ii aid, Mr. and Mrs. ll. p. Lath im,
Mr.   and   Mrs.  Chilver.  Mr.  and   Mrs.
. E.   Goulet,   Mrs.   J.   E.   Phillips.   Mrs.
G.   O.   M.  Dockrill.   Mrs.   II.   L.  Web-
bi rf,   Mrs   C.   Lord.   Mrs.  J    11.   McAl-
Mrs.   Henderson,   Mrs.   W.  J.
Mathers,  Miss  Fllmore.  Miss  Fra er,
Miss Smith  (Ladner), Miss Robinson,
Mr.  T.  J.  Lewis.    Mr.  M.  J. Knight,
Air. H. Bourne and Dr. McKay.
*   *   ���
The Navajo club "ave n Jollv '1  I
rsday   evening   in     St.     George's
Hall.   It was the flrst of a number of
ssemblies which they intend holding
v   three   weeks   during   the   win-1
ter.    Excellent   music   was   rendered
Rushton's  orchestra  and  dancing
- kept up til' two in the morning,
The members of the committees are
be  congratulated   on   the  success
, of tbe dance and    the    able    way in j
which they looked alter their guests.
Tl     ������ present  weretMr. und  Mrs. C.
Matheson,  Mr. and   Mrs.  C. W. Tait,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Welsh. Mr. and Mrs.;
| A. w. Gray, Mr
| Mi-, and Mrs. C. D
W.  J.   Rogers,   M
Shiles.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  .1.  Bryson,   Mr.
and   Mrs.   H.   Hendry.   Mr.   and   Mrs.
|W.  Gifford. jr. and  Mrs.  T.  Cunningham,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  J.  Mahoney,  Mrs.
|T. A. Mulr, Mrs. S. Ritchie, Miss Con-
I ners, Miss McQuarrie. Miss Mahoney
Miss   Smith   (Ladneri,     Miss   Pride.
i Miss H. Robertson, Miss McLeod. Miss
[ H,   Turnbull,     Miss   A.     Wintemute,
! Miss K.  Reid. Miss  K.  Scott, Miss Q.
i Turnbull, Miss Buckley, Miss Sullivan,
j Miss M.  Reid.  Miss F.  Herring.  Miss
JL. Sinclair, Miss Wardell, Miss Sibley,
j Miss  V.  Latham,  Miss  M.   Burr.  Miss
j I.   Blrtch,  Miss  A.   Cunningham.   Mr.
Bank
oi Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL	
RESERVE   	
Branches through*
Newfoundlan l and i
land, New York, Chic;
U. S. A., and  Mexico
. .$i4,40U,C00.0C
.   11,000,000.00
H Canada a. .;
London. Eng-
go and Spokan
City. A general
ausacted. Lei
availaleL wit
I   parts of    tl.-
Deposits
upward,
r cent, par
banking    business
ters  of  Credit  issu
corresponder.;?   In
world.
Savings Bank Department-
received  in   sums  of  tl  and
and Interest allowed ar s p
annum  (present rate).
Tot.'   Assets  ovvr $168,000,000.00
MEM    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
G. D. BRYMN'ER, Manager
74-3        *
FRONT  STREET
is the place to buy or sell new and
second-hand goods of any kind.    We
nearly
have
iGO
. I       an ap-
!..   the  Van-
& Yukon   Rail-
oi
la al        nexi n act
commei
o     the
i    by
r 87  ol . f  1901
until the 15th d !   I -    ���    '���
to e -.1. ud  the    ii flnl ind
putting the said 1 opi rati n un
til  the  i.e u daj   i .    1915;  and
o to chan I   K part
���  ������ line of f's railway
.   Hirized   by   Sect!
which  runs  from  S
.   to Hazeiton. or so      "'        poinl
> .   the  Skeena  ii.      from fi
authorized bj  i'e'   t  I on of the
i l act, to a route d sc ii' d as f ���'���
lows: Cominencii ; fro a I ent at
or near the city of Vanco i\ er or
othi r com -ib, nl p ilnt on the
shore of Burrard Inlel to a point at
or near the city of New Westminster
in the province of British Columbia
. ih line of railwaj being In addition to the line ol iailw ij bi tween
the  said  points  which   Is autl I
by  the company's acl   of    Incorporation), and  from  the  said  point  at or
near the city of New  Westminster to
the south  side    of   the Frasi .   river,
tlience  by  the    most    feasible  route
through    New    Westminster District
land   In  an   easterly   and   northerly  di-
jreetion through the districts of Vale.
Lillooet   and   Cariboo   to  s   point   on
the branch  lino from  Willow  riv
Edmonton authorized bj  Cl ipter 176
[of the Statutes    of    19i near
Tete Jaune Cache; thenci nortl ��� ��� !-
terly following the line of railway au
��� lorized by Chapter 176, of t__e ^';ii-
utes of 1906, along the South Pork of
Ithe Fraser river tei a poinl between
Fort George anel Porl McLeod ; I;
iby   tl feasible route to Hazel-
ton  or    some    other
Skei na river.
Dated  ar   the  City
li ce  of    British
2 Ird day of Oci I
point     on   the   ..-, _ .���
given that an ap-
will  be made under Pari   V.
of the  "Water Act,  1909,"  to "ie aln
a license In the Westminster Divi
of Westminster District,
.(a).      The name, address and occupation of the applicant Is the V
ver Power Company, Limited, h
iis head offlce ai Hn- citj  ol  Vancouver,   British  Columbia, and  havii
capital   of  $2,500,000   divided   lnl
500,000  shines  Of  $1.00 each,  all  fullj
paid.  up.
ibi.    The name of the lal
or  source  is  Suicide  Creek,   !'"'
Into the Nii omen Slough in Dewdney
district,    aboul    three   and    om
mill s easl of Dew dney Station on '
.   .     Iflc  Railway.
(el.      I be      poilll       Of      ill ���
aboul   - ��� ilie i   Up  Si Icid     i   ��� ���
from tin        o   w here Sulci l ��� Creek
Intersects  with  the  Canadian
Railway.
uli.    The quantity of water
for 55 i ubic feel i er Becond.
ie).    'l In cil iracter of I   e pro
woi dl if said creek
\,v e ..       0f dam, ditch, Hume, nalur-
al water* ays. i unhels and pip
the ��� In    coi
theri ������ I :. of
the  i lon of eli
o .   .iel    and commi
purposes and particularly in the ���
ation   of   mc     -    ma hini i j .  ele itrlc
lng,  the  operation   of   ti am ���- ��� > -
���  I     - for - hich such light,
heat   and  power,    are    suitable    and
' available.     The    preml i - on which
the  water  i-  lo  be  use ��� p
I in T o iship
(21),   D   vdi   ;    di- 'rici,
two niiies  north  o    the  Cana-
Reallway,    n"ar S ... Idi
i
(g).   The  purposes  for  which   the
is to be    used   la io generate
Ic  power,    light    an 1  heat   for
traction,  lighting,    heating, mi i
luring   and  all   and   every   Industrial
or other purposes to nhich il maj be
applied.
e i..    it the water is to be usi d for
power or mining    purposes di   i i Ibe
; iaee   where   the   water   is   io   be
returm I to i ime natural channel, and
the        tn    alt! ..:.-  b   "
poinl of diversljn and point ol return.       The  water  will be  1'et'li Ul   1  tO
the bed of Suicide Creek al or near
the said proposed powerhouse, the
difference In altitude b lng approximately six hundred feet.
(J).    Area   of  Crown  land  Intended
to be occupied by the proposed works
will not exceed 900 acres Inclusive of
lands to be submerged by reason ot
torage of water.
iki. This notice was posted on
the 3rd day of November, lff09, and
application will be made to the Commissioner on the 10th dav of December,  1909.
(1).    Give the names and addi
of an.v  riparian  proprietors or  licensees  who or whose  lamls are likely
to be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,
none.
' mi. Tbe part of the Mi moran-
dum of Association of the Company,
.,ch authorlzes ti,��
l" '"' .
icquisi |
'2Y ZTJ -'
������trie "
objects
are   the
water
-
_^_fc.
gene
applian
���
or
proper
^^^^_^^i_^fc
any -
! 1 .ed
any
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1
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...
lng   tin
������    ���
Into  anj   otlu
1 lying or ereclii
.   '
building,  -
which   I:
wiih the ir :
sai.l   v. iti
ti-iing,  rem    .
ina.   repali
such   works   0]
(n).   Tin
ens.-  to ston
the pro;".: e e!    .
said watei  Is tin
point  of    dr.' ���
i esei ���. oir w ii h
, hundred
1 utilization 'e,
I the land and d i
ml     The   lie'
posi il to store thi
erection of all i
c ���   ��� rvatlon ol
' on the Burroundin
(p).   The an
or sites at  es
n ttlel  will
, nd  Increasing
Ave acres foi ������
(q |.    It  is pro
���
to
���
-
,
���o,
���
:
ie
by al-
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line
I ir i
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ng the
ii]
.
II  U I'TO-
th.
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-
ll
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I
owners���by   pu
) j expropriation.
ui.   The appr
mately intended to I |
be about 12,500 ai n
F. II. HO
A. E. BEC
J. V. Al
Sec;. ���
Vancouver  Pi
porated 1898.
I
I'o..  L ���'
which we ar,
They are new.
We also have
of
DOZEN JELLY JARS
offering for 10c per doz.
a splendid large case
MARTIN,  CRAIG,
of    Vancouver,
Colu   i   e.  this
A. 1��.  I!
BOURNE  &   HAY,
___%S_TR Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
r.   and   Mrs.   D,   A. ,    .       .
Animals
Wherever They Gather
115 Gram Hie s: . S'anco i. er. B.C.
S r the  Vinie        ���    West-
249
minster  ,t  Yukon   Railway  Company.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
for sale at a bargain.
We can't  begin  to
have, but no matter
come here first.
tell  you all  we <
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HANDj STORE
.olumbla St.      "Man on tbe Wheel.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re the south half of the
[quarter of Section  26,  Township
j Xew Westminster District. I
Whereas proof of the loss of certi- '
'flcate of title Number 12.179P, issued!
:in the name of Robert  Fleming  8ey��l
Take noiice that an application lias
been made to register Thomas Knight
Jr., as the owner in fee s.mpic, under
a tax sale deed from Inspector of
what you want, Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing
|date tlie 5th day of September, A.D.,
1907, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying and being in the District of New Wi stminster. in the
Province of British Columbia, more
part daily known and described as
Lot; 9 and 10, Block 10, of part or
Lot    HA, Group 2.
Yi i and those claiming through or
und' r  you   and   all   persons  claiming
southwesi |any inter��'st in tbe said land by vir-
Y i tue of any  unregistered    Instrument
i and
all persons claiming any Interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions  of  the  "Land   Registry   Act,"
There is always at least one among them whose
stands out, whose clothes have a certain refinement,
style in thorn that lifts them above the commonplace.
appearance
good taste and
OUR CLOTHES
Are the products of real
of tbe novice but the work of
success in their own particular business.     Good
tailors.      Their work is not
men who have mounted t
taste,
the work
e ladder of
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.
mour, has been filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tbe flrst publication hereof, ln 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 Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry    Offlce,  New
minster, B.C., October 11, 1009
TO
THE     RATEPAYERS   OF    THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladles    and
in;
lecto
re-
lllell-
s of
Gentlemen,���In
spouse  to  several   large  am
tial requisitions from the e'
the City of New Westminster, asking
me to again offer myself for the
oralty, in view of the extenslvi
lie  improvements
proposed for i
J. EUGENE BROWN U CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
muy-
pub-
now  In  hand,  and
c coming year, I feel
it my duty to accede to the wishes
of the electors in the premises, and
will therefore offer myself us a candidate at the forthcoming elections,
previously    announced, it  was
to withdraw from civio
present
of so many
continue
Improvemenl  pro*
familiar In
out, compels
unl again
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from tbe dale of the service of
this notice upon you, and in default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed within such period,
or in default of redemption before
registration, you nnd each of you will
he forever estopped and debarred
from selling up an.v claim to or in
respect of the said land, and I shai'
. | register Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
w ""'thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this noiice for
thirty days in a dally newspaper pub
lished in New Westminster and a
weekly newspaper published at Chiiliwack will be good and sufficient service  thereof.
Dated a I   lhe Land  Registry
New  Westminster,  Province
ish Columbia, this 13th day
ber, A. D.   1909.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.     '
To Jane Wilkinson
Beef
D
or
k
Mutton, Veal,
and Poultry
142-26
Office,
of BrH-
of Octo-
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia   Street.
240-26
As
my intention
politics al    the end of    thi
term, bin the urgent wish
of the electors that I should
In offlce until  the
Bram, with    which i am
every detail, is carried
me to how to Iheir wishes
seek your suffrages.
if elected I pledge
my   very   host    ener
SKATE
AT   THE
myself to di vote
,    .- _^^_ -jles   toward   pro
tecting the welfare of   the   city   to
PYTHIAN RII
Ladles purchasing
during the month of
receive a ticket
skate    tickets
November will
entitling them to a
chance on n gold watch.    Drawing
take place NOVEMBER 30, 1909.
in
TO
SHOW
our
WE   ARE   READY
you how lt Is cheaper to buy
high-class   building     materials
than It la to purchase th
er    kind.      We   can point
buildings bunt with our
rials   that  never  need
We  can   point  to  some
that need repairs all
bulli of our
poor-
to
mate-
re pairs.
others
the tiiue
But tbey were not
materials.        See    where
cheapness Uel?
real
GILLEY
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS ruR0Av. novem*" ��tarn
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOK TMUV.R'-
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   REPRESENTATIVES
Anlr.   C.wm Rr Mrflartv     614 Hastings Street Weit. Teltphonf 4327
i-iUiU,   UW111   Ut   mCVldlljr        JeatUe offlce, 330.331 pioneer Bid*. Phoie Main 5865
f> "*,��*."^>n-pf 1
KYSOPS'S   OF    CANADIAN    HOMt
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Ao iva      , Dominion Lauds with-
Jj li)" i" ��� .a. In British Coium
P��, mu.. ��� -leaded bv any per-
"n who Is i. sol.- head of a family
J".r;-;-     ��� In years of age,  to
K* wtei quarter  section  oi
��� "���! :i ������ ,,     l,.ss.
Entry musi _ made personally at
Pm local land i ffice  for the district
P1 *;o d  ia siluaie.      tn'ry
_2 ',!'x.- iwever, Im made ��"
|?r.;i1    " by     the     tal her,
lrW!"'r hter, brother or sis
rrTof ;,:i holllestead.'r.
IY'"'' ���  is required to per
��� -   connected  th^re-
ol    the    to.lowing
|*ltli unde
' '   A months' residence
J ani on  of  the  land  on
ree years.
��� <..,   l! ; r I or mother, II tne
|h.|.'r ' I. of the homesteader
\Y '.' tn In the vicinitv ol
as ��   '   in- ;.,| ,,,.-_ tll��� requirements
..    ' ���    may   he  satisDed   l.y
|or mo';;..: :1^  wll�� *�� f*Uier
i, bas his permanent
{!SI   Ll mlng   land   owio.i
lite..!   i ' "  T1'illi,v  of  his Oonie
, nts aH to resid-no-
;h;?.;j,| '   j      .   by   residence   upon
)e'^:::' " Ice In writing shoaid
I'tnlnioi,"'!   .       commissioner of Bo
Ito ',,,."' v   Ottawa of Intention
()oai   ' ''"'���
fitted f     ' nillllns  rights  may
for
hn.'
a period  of    twenty-on*
��� J^ars ��t i���       i'-'-"i   -ii      ������wauvj-wu>
acre    v    annual rental of $1 pr
|*iali k   i     moc8   than   25r'��   aCre*
I*omp.,n" "''''"! *��  one individual or
ht .Jj     ''  foialty  at the rate of
���Mho Y_ '!��r ,0n  shall  be collected
|     ���� merchantabh coal mined.
I fieputv nf m W  w- CORY.
N.B- r ' " Mlnl*W of the Interior.
���h aft������?Uth0r,M<5 publication of
��w ���wwtlnmem win    not be paia
We Give Careful Attention J""
to accounts of corporations, Rrma and
Individuals, and Bhall he- p eased to
i; eel or correspond with thos who
contemplate making changes or opening new accounto.
If you haven't ���  Savin -  Account
NOW is the best time to start one.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1^60)
Capital  Paid up $ 4.700.000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total  Assets 55,000,000
New  Westminster,   11.  0.   Branch,
F.  SHUTE   Manager.
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.
���saw. ____..2s_. .v.-s:f_   ��� 11 ii mmsx-
1                                                J
Chums $1-7r.   ^
Boys'  Ov      '.'.'. 11'      1.      I
Girl.   Own  Annual   ...   ��� ��� 1.75 jjj
Ch  Uerbo         ��� ���    -sri  o
1
JUST ARRIVED AT              ^
                           1
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.              f
665 Columbia Street.   1
Supply    limited.      Come    and   1
see unr fine display of toys and   R
China  on  second  floor.     It will   Ii
please you.                                           Q
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___mwe WTP7_j_n__7_l-_m--\TT+������__-_*__-7?T___._-l' _n
~b? u   +%' ���    I  ���
The Bteamer Transrer win leate
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladn< r WflBt
ham Island ami w:r. porl returning
to New Westminster on following
day   Saturday,  returning same even-
Additional    trip   Monday   morning
leaving New Westminster al E a.m.
Trips will be made to Steveston ai
liii-dness   warrants.
This Bchedule   subjeel    to ohange
Without  notice.
For freighl and passenger ratel np
ply to ROBERT JARDINHJ.
Manager
Eflfllii       ���'--���.Y\
VY ��[/' o.      \\ :
ytb'dJ
_kW_]_]   Y.:l-.-.:yY_J
Von   wlll   Ibil   It   ti)  your  ml vani ea
ti  arrange your booking al this oflice,
whether yon Intend to travel or send-'
ng for your friends.
From  Montreal  and Quebec.
Lake   Eric   from   Montreal,   Nov.  20
Empress  ol   Britain  from   St.  John,
Dec. 3rd.
For other dales and particulars apply to
ll. QOULET,
C. P. u  Agenl
:r_r________y_.2. v__r_
m
N0TlC�� *t LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Th
S 2!r orfth�� -Id brldg, is
^tc. Li.?    Rafe    for    vehicular
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc'jes for Lad! s fr. m $12.75
up. ,
Silver Watches,   gents'   open  �������
���6.00. _
Silver  Watches,   guts' open    ca^e.
t72-_  up. .      .    .._
ARent    for    Waltham   and     t-^a
Wafedbsa,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doc**,  trom   Geo. ArUmt.  t_9**
Westminster
Transfer Co,
VfflM  TfcOM   11a.       B.'.rn   'Hnnim   lit/
Columbia  Street.
Ba&s-ise    ltllvereo   promptly   to
any  part of ths city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DKPCU
CITY     OT     SEV/     WESTMINSTER
I BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
Monday,   Nov.  22
COHAN &  HAKIM.-; pro.e nl
GEO. M. COHAN'S
GREATEST   OF   ALL   MUSICAL TRIUMPHS
traffic    . , " -    ior    venii
^utlnnvri    fT Public generally
I klr"l over h
TELEPHONC  604.
p.  0. 80* W
hauung ^^ Japanese Employment Agents
AT*
Tenders ue lavftad for Um erection
of  a  Refuse   _**_____-,   capaoo   M
tons per d*r.      PLir... and protle
sice. *Q4____\tm_  and   further I,:irtI
culars as prepared by the Otjr Kni^iri-
eer, can b^ obtained on appll^ifi'ia to
the andersi��n.?.l.
Te^r.eii^r^   n  be  plainly    marked ��n
the ejntdlde  "______  Destructor.' and
..--^,1 by 3 p.m. of the 22n.i day of
Nov*mb����r, 1:M?. to
W  A. DUNCAM.
City Clerk.
IUat tafca all th^ risks oa
'"""wi'w,
ay order,
W. A. DUNCAN,
i Clty Han   _ Clty Cler,t-
'H 1903   '    ew  ^'e8tmlD��ier, July
Contracting and $U k r ^ ";
supplied.
H.LONISH1&CO.
1J  BUACKIE   STREE'
(Ne^t Cosniopolltan H
MAKC YOUR APPcAL u tlie public
trt -:ugh th�� column* of THI DA'l-V
,    NBWS.   Tl���� Mcming Weenr.
MINUTES FROM BROADWAY
FIFTY PEOPLE.
A WHIRLWIND of Music, of Fun, of Song,
of Girls.
IIpsi the fmmnis songs, "Bo Long Mary," "I Want to be a
Pojnilat- MlllliMiMlie," "Forty-flve Minutes from Broadway," "Mary
ifi n Ovhml old Name."
The Play That Impresses All
America.
Seats 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50, on  sale at  Ryall's Drug Store.
C, M. Woodworlli
on C.N.R. Contract
(Continued from I'ni.v Oae.)
province, by making ii Impossible tor
the I'm mei i lo gel their goods to the
marketa, Disregarding the faol that
aooordlng to the preseni agreement
iin- province Itai no control or the <'.
n. u. freight rates, he drew b glowing picture of the greal reduotlon
thai would take place when tho 0, Ni
it. whh imm, ii reduotlon which would
force the C, l'. n to diminish Its
rate accordingly,
Mr. Woodworth inou several peeps
iniu the Future, and in ons iii�� most
exalted (lights drew a picture of N'*'w
Westminster, Vancouver and North
Vanoouver all united and forming otn
city which should extend from 'i'"
orth shores nf Burrard Inlet to ihe
Praser river and Lhenoe ���<��� Bmllsh
Bluffs, Hnih would be the prosper*
Ity broughl about by the coming ot
the c N  it.
Mr. Wooiivvoith ni rirsi candidly
admitted thai the province would lm��
peril Its credit by uriiiiiiiit; the terms
demanded by the C n ii.. then, a few
iie.eiM. nte later denied It, and Bhall)
.I'l'i iii ii matters by telling his hear*
i-i������������ thai ii didn't matter whether thfi
province Imperiled Ms oradll or |,r,i.
"The |um line Is able 'n impel II llf
in dit,"   "ni'l   li",   "Is   thei e    i   limn   In
this room," be demanded, "who '3
iifmiii in Imperil his oredtl. Is there
n irimi In Ihlu roOlfl who hnw nnl suf-
fiel'iit fiillli In his province, with lis
grcdt r^sourefs. to suv flint It l�� ""t
In ��� pOeJeMCV tO Imperil Its credit?
Lit OS imperil our credit, we are in
��� poeHiofl to do it."
Mr Woodworth then pndeiivorpd to
d'Tnonstrtifp to his hearers Hint It
didn't matter whether the (). N. It.
r____e_ solvenl or not. So far as
could hp ascertained his reasoning in
short form wns something as follows:
'I II. Senkler, Liberal nominee Of
Vancouver, says that the (' N, R<
cnn be builf for less than $36,000 a
mile. F. O. Wade says it will cost
morp. It doesn't matter anyway.
Granted that It coRfs less, why the
province can afford to be generous;
granted that It costs more, and the
road goes broke, alright still���Hip
province gets the railway, Mackenzie
& Mann are the losers, and we have
another example of Hip hard bargain
which the McBrlde government BOD
make."
Mr. Gilford addressed a .few words
to the meeting before It broke up.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL
1283���Meets second and fourth
Mondays at I $__,, Bt Patrick's
Hall, Blaekwooft St
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
The Daiiy News
Published by The Dally .News PubllSC-
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Dally News Block, corner of Mc- |
Kenzie and Trew streets.
E. A. Paige.
.Managing  Director
<unio'n|
SATURDAY.  NOVEMBER   13, 1909.
THE   ISSUi
The address Issued bj John Oliver,
the leader of the Liberal party in
British Columbia, will, we trust, be
carefully read an i consldeii d '-,
every elector in thi province. Ii is
n manlj. bus e. positl
the position of al ;
railway policy of Premier McBride,
upon v. hich the eli ati will bave
to pap. its vi rdicl at I e ; "Us on the
25th instant. I Is such
that, as Mr. Olivei i es, 'liis is "nol
the time to allow oui si Ives ie. be
blinded or evi d b
considi preseni
conti si Is ia n e . ;��� ill li i. It
Is a contesi In whi . in- verj exist-
I'tin of lh Itish Colu i ia as a thi I I
inn, In. e is involvei ii is a fight
......... nipt, pursued by ia. iii . mosl de\ious
and viciou -. l". lie , . pose of li ruling British Columbia   boun [and
helpless, to bi  exploited by a railway
corporation."
Tin   i ons ��� '���        .i.e .s and organs  are eni   gi .ie- il ..   pl(adii .        I
the McBride Governmenl  has done a
whole lot  of good   '������ ' k  ia  Hi.- lost,
that it has done th       nd done that,
and ia consequence i   is entitli
the  support  of the country  now.    It
may   or  may  not   have done all  that
is claimed for it.    We do not 1  ���
to  enter  into  an.,   ar;  imen    on  ti"'
point���thouf .   i   -        .    ami ���
lunity for so ii. ...  the vi ry sim
ple reason thai all this is entirely beside the question at issue.
Whal   the  i !��� dors  have  to  dei di
is whi thi r tin   i ail,   .   i -iie j
gated !���>  Mr. Mi Bride is such as will
In- i-e '      i   erest and for thi
ta'ge of  the provini i .    1 aie-  la    thi
qui stion at Issue and only. John
Oliver puts th" poii I   aptlj    in .
cisely in the following words:
two  essential  conditions  I     b
plied with in anj  , ilway
aid in this provi       	
ening up of new I
cheap   transpoi tati        'Ni ..
Bride  railway  polii
eithei  of these coi
opening  up  ol   new   ti rritory,  "j
admitted   thai   th    roul ���   pro]
by   Mr.   McBridi   .ea..     Mr.
dm.'.i. trai :..-   tin   (J    T.   P.  in   the
Yellow lie ..1  i i ,.   C. P.  R.
down the Fraser Valley,    it  li     i
mltted thai  l...  the propose d Ki
Valley   connect! i      the    Okan
and   Ki ii e can     be
reached only by a long ..ol cin uit-
ous route, a great pari of which
would also double-track the C. P.
It. Tie" short and direct road to
this city from (la- thickly settled
Kooti nays and the rich Okanagan
districl is by the Hope Mountains
portal, which Mr, Mann forced Mr.
McBi ide in ���ihan Ion. Tl propi
route from Kamloops Is tli it bj Nicola Lake up the Coldwater, d
the Coquohala, and thence to Vancouver, a route which nowhere dou-
ble-tracks an existing railway, and
everywhere opens up new and val-
open up the vast area of lands in tl"'
Interior.      As  a  matter of    fact tl"'
Liberal  representatives in  the  Legislature  have  been  striving  for  years
to   secure   such   a  developmnt.     The
proposition   put   forward by  the  Liberal party has always been and .still
is,  first   for  a   railway  through   the
Hope   mountains,   and   secondly,   for
. meeting  the  Federal Government in
1 Iheir  desire   to   develop   the   country
1 by trunk and branch lines.   The Liberal   leader   inns   this   policy   in   the
following excellent way;
"To lighten the burden tor the
Province as much as possible, and
al the same tmle provide tor what
is absolutely esential���THE OPENING   UP  OI
my proposition would be to get p
minion and  Provincial cash e ���
ics  for the  road from  Yellowhead
At the  Conservative   Rally.
He stuck his chest out in the air,
Looked noble as he said it,
"Dig in, good friends, we can't Impair)
Our  everlasting  credit."
Thus Woodworth    ..poke and  sought j
his seat,
The envy of his crew.
And if you'd made that foolish squeak
You would have sought it too.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
aas=J^AY^0VEMBe(,
You Ought
to lake advantage of today's spo-
dal for they make the best of
gifts and of course you will soon
thi m. Fancy box of the
,,:-., best envelopes and paper at
half price.
Nilsen-Hauge.
Erasmus A. Nllsen and  Miss Brid
gi ;   S,  Ilauge yere yesterdaj   unlti d
in matrimony by Benjamin A. Sands
pastor of tin1 Lutheran ehureh.    Mil
Evensen  acted  as bridesmaid.      M
and Mrs. Nilson left on the afterno
train  for  Canoe    Pass,    where  tin
;....;.   TERRITORY���   will  take up their residence
Tlie Fa&irj
6 Columbia Street.
We buv for cash ami sell for thp same
The supporters of Waller Dodd. 1.
bor   candidate  for  this  city,   held
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
The Leading House for Carpets is
L E E9S
We are the largesl n t.
over  is tremendous.
signment.
��YY>bb:,:;.:
turn-
���
down the North Thompson io Kam- wel]  attended  meeting in  the cam
loops; thence hy way of Mcola lak date's   committee     room    yesterd
to   Mei i in;   up   the   Coldwati      to , .v,.ujngi
down the Coquohala to ,	
Hope, and  tlience to the Ceo.;     I        d,il_-,j >,- _ -,    .
"J,.,  ��� .��� |   the Canadian Northern        Raih7a�� Vice-president Resigns,
objects   ;>.   building    through , St-  Louis, Xov.    1:'.���Alexander (
.as .en ac.-.an! of ti"1 Cl    .���;""���   vice-president  of the  Mi
���
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
I
Rose   of
No.   115,
And the Prices!
Well, they are so reasom ble that they i
stock the best  English Wiltons   r b
Tapestries,  all  specially  si
color.     Jus, give us a call ana h
Wi
Columbia     Lodge,
Sons of England.
lo l| e -.' ill na et In the K. of P. i
hall on Sunday, November 14, at 1:30;
p.m., for the purpose of attending the
e ral of the late W. T.  Harris, of
I look upon the Pass through   souri Paciflc & Iron Mountain systei      'anterburv Lodge   No   34.      Visiting
:���-��� e Mountains as one of great   in chai ge of the I. gal departmi ��� I I
li    ihe       Can
' :   is   not   prepared   to   build
through that pass upon recelpl ol ���
bb sub Idj i would advocate that thi oad through the
Mountains should be constructed bj
the Government as a Government
road, connecting with tic V. V. &
E. and tbe B. C. Electric rallro Is
to the . Hope Mount iins.
and with thi V. V. & E., the K< ttle
\ I, . i div and the ( an idi in
Northern railwa.. to the east of I u
mountains. II this wen dona, running rights could be granted to all
these roads, on a basis similar to
that on which rights of a similar
character are given to run over the
railway bridge at New Westminster.
i ind ��� su i arrangements not only
Id new areas be opened up by
i verv mile of railway, but all points
in the Kootenays and Okanagan.
with their vast stores of farm produce, * uit, coal and gold, would be
i rough) almost to the very doors
, ���' Vaneom er.
"To  further open  up portions of
the   Province   at   preseni   inaccessible, and to make use as far as pos- j
of tl    subsidies, amounting to
nearly  seven   million    dollars,    al-
ead    offered by the Dominion Gov- j
enl   to   assist   tie-  building of i
railways.   I   would  discontinue  the j
insane   policy   of   fighting   Ottawa.
and make intelligent use of the suh- |
sidles already at onr disposal."
It is for the electors to decide
which policy shall be adopted. That ,
of spoliation, put forth by the Prem-|
ier. or that which has for its object
the steady development of the Prov-
i ce upon homst business-like lines.
-���, out in thi addres of the Lib-
���������;!   I. ader.
nty-two years, resigned last nigi
'ie will retire Decembi r I.
brethren are Invited to attend.
ll.  DISNEY,
Secretary.
k   rurniture Emporium!
**-* Le."s  Block,  Colu i bla Street ]|
NEW WESTMINSTER,
I
rnitu
ntroductory Sale of H
���" '���''-���'
Hi
Furnisni
ouse Furnishings
j
To inti oduce our stock to the public we will offer special indue      . ts |
today from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.    We are here to stay and want you to j
know that we are offering good goods at the most reasonable prices
possible, and with fair treatment, courteous attention and prompl delivery \ve hope to merit a share of the public patronage.   By sm
ing us it will mean cheaper furniture for New Westminster right i ��� ng
and be the means of circulating money in our own city.   Below an a
few of the introductory prices for today:
A SIMPLE CALCULATION.
uable territory,
As io oheap transportation, nothing
whatever is contained  in  the agreement entered Into between the Premier and  Mr.  .Mann  in  reg,.,:   |
trol  by  I.,,   Government  over ���
freigln or passengei rates.    Hon   Mr.
Bowser,  In   atteni) I .
Vl'r> atron   ��� ��� ectlons thai havi  I    ..
raised  on rides to  I
said, "wl en wi   dlscnssi _ this i
with   :.,*.      -    Mackenzie  and   Mann,
we cam.   i    the concl   tli     I    I    '���
would  not   ������   wi<e  to  hav
clause   in.-       i   in  the    agri
When   tl ������   Premier   was   tacl led   o
this sane- .     -silon by the '.';
Board erf  :     .���   ami ufged rej
to give an        iranc    t!. .���   .
liudUi,^' ih    rates to five p-
exwsK of thi      chargi d ln
provinces t   mid be Inserted  li
agreement,    -   declined  to do
Therefore, ,     the Liberal leadi r
"if thi ��� ince is not i
a iaiL..i. bat will aid u
tasl:  ���: ng-u]
over   SO.'       squan    mih
tory. the      ly reason that i
put   for       :   for  aiding   a
tracking ,      ugh lir.  of
would   b    thai    it    would
fivighi   .,      passengei   ra
minimum      I wo are told i  ;
to   this   i     cl   would   be    uu
Could   an- '.ing   h ���   more.
than the i   it that  undi     thl    wild
and   unco    I lered ai i angi        t wi
are asked lo mortgage our     edii
the lasi     liar for a rallwi ���
refuses I     Ive us any consideration
whatever i.i return?"
It must not be supposed tl       loin
Oliver takes   p a pun ly [legal    e ]
tion in reg    . lo this Impoi lant
tlon of rail     y development,
the entire I    n ral pai ty ar
xlous  to secure  a  railway   thai
Hon. F. Carti . ; o ',,n speakin -. at
Xortb. Vancouver on Thursday eve-
ulng, disputed the accuracj of the
Million thai under the terms ol
the arrangei I with th Cai
Northern railway, now before the
country f; : : .1 or otherwise, the
| province wil!  be mulcted In a liabil-
I ity of MS ,000.    But  that  It  is so
��� ,. re   ��� it i ��� i:  be any i oom for doubt, j
The Province is  to guarantee bonds
to the o.Ment of $35,000 per mile for |
a lir." of oe   miles.    A simple mu!ti-|
plication sum will, result in showing
that t'i^ einount of capital or prln-,
cipal  thus  Involved is the enormous i
sum ol   :,:' ,000,000.    Now the bonds |
are to i ear  Inti n      at  the  rate of
four p     r, : t per annum, which rep-
n sents &S - 0, an 1 as the term of
the g'l.i' n.He is i'oi thirty years, another sinpl.! multiplication will show-
that i'i total Interest amounts to
125.301,000, Then if this Interesl Is
added to the capital sum of $21,000,-
000 thil mal       ���    ���   I ol $45,_.'iij,	
Thai  ���.' is Is the Bum for which the
credit  oi   British   Columbia  will    be
���  .  ed   i.-,   surely   quite   clear,   oven
But tl h  are so a    othei- conslder-
i 9   which     ii ': :    lso  be  taken
Into account.     Under the agreemenl
the property of the company Is tp be
i ��� i mpt from io during the per-
lo l oi con, 'i ui tlon, which Is fixed at
four years, and for ti n yens there-
after,   it is nothln. I   t fail to assun
this 14 yeai i iptlon wlll 11 ���.���
at to thi   pro ri       a loss of nol
ihan $10, ,t    , ivhich will bring
the  total   financial   liability    of    the
ince up to lie   ���      ii  ding sum of
I "0,000.
��� '��� ts a 11 iin sl eid state-
ol fact that i t .    ati lllgent mi
���   anal .1 toi   b
' ii is Idle for     i -Cotl in or ||
��� else, to dl | j^.
LATEST STYLE BUFFET���
Early English finish, has large
bevel    plate    mirror,    top display
��� If, 2 small and 1 large drawer,
c ipi '.i'i ful] width across. Spe-
ial Introductory price $25.oo
QUARTERED OAK BUFFET���
Golden finish British bevel plate
mirrow, lined cutlery and linon
drawers, 2 handsome loaded glass
��� s. Spi clal introductory price
only $25.00
PARLOR SUITK���Five piec I
upholstered in plush, consisting of
settee, ladies' rocker, gents' arm
chair and 2 reception chairs. Introductory price, set complete
only  . . . ' $25.00
ROUND  EXTENSION TABLE���
Extra   heavy  solid  oak   legs,   111
polished, extends to 8  feel     S]
clal  introductory  price    $17.75
SET   OF    DINERS���To   match
table,   solid   hack   and    Upholstl
seat, 5 small and 1 arm chair. Introductory  price    ...$17.50
GUARANTEED    PURE    DOWN
COMFORTERS, fine sateen lining.
Very
only
special    Introductoi
CHEST  OF   DRAWERS
deep     drawers,     nicely      po
Spei i il   irrroductorj   pi Ice      ;
LINOLEUM    Twi Ive    ft.
Block and floral pi   ��� | ���
in   one   |eii c .       Spi
trod ii  oi j   pi Ice  pei   i ,
HEAVY    A uril     Cl
Two-tone ri d or .. n en
troductory price per pali
LACE   CURTAINS.     Spi   I
troductory  lines per pair  -
Bedroom Outfit 124.75
Dresser   with   three  deep   draw-      BED, SPRING AND MATTRESS
 $7.25
BED      ROOM
ers. large bevel plate mirror, stand   complete   	
to match.      The pair $12.75      REVERSABLE
RUG,  lai ge Bize   ..,
BED  ROOM  OUTFIT,
only	
&
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HOUSE  FURNISHERS
43   Sixth  Street New  Westminster
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VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LID.
have opened a branch in New Westminster, in the Merchants Bank Building,
corner Columbia and Begbie streets.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH  US.
E. N. SUTHERLAND, Local Manager.
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208 Foot Frontage on Fourth St.
141 Foot Frontage on Fourth Av
WITH   LANE   IN   REAR���ALL  CI.FARED  ANO   IN  ORCh
ONLY $4000.00;  $1000 00 CASH , BALANCE  TO Sl'IT.
MALE \\:*-^\��m
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RDAY
N0VEMBER  13, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.    ��!
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GORDON'S
Dry Goods House
SPORTING NEWS
)   EDUCATED  BOXER BRITISH   CAVALRYMEN
GOES   TO   JAIL W|N  AT  NEW  YORK
1    o  Nov.   12.���After    knock- New   York.     Nov.     ._!.���Before  the
��� Hany   Peacock of  Hi'' largesl    crowd    the    national  horse
��� to  ilu-  ground    three Bhow   has  drawn   sine,. Uu.  visit of
'ubuqui  streel at 7 o'clock Prince Henry of Prussia, the Britisli
"Duffy" Raymond, the cavalry officers won the third victory
raduate boxer, who formerlj last   night   ln   the  Jumping   competl-
a boxing school here, was ii.hi open   to   a
Business  Talk
Phone 176,
Politicians know their
business.
The public know their
business.
���I
Special in Millinery For
Saturday.
fifty Trimmed Hats, in Velvet and Felt, smartly
trimmed.   Regular price $8.50, Saturday,
$5.95
MILLINERY   SALON   SECOND   FLOOR.
TKe Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
,:     UNDtlSftS?"
...I.FURNITUItDUM
������ m CARPETS. OILCLOTHS UMUWs
__^_
Wi~%k#&rb
WE
know  onr  business.
Honest dealing has
kept this the Leading
Furniture House in the
city for nearly a quarter
of a century.
B
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W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Agnes
nations.     Lieute-
the police. nants Yorks and  Sebagh-Monteviere,
-���   according to passers by, riding abreast in full uniform, on gov-
ck as the latter    was ernmenl   horses,  were  the  flrsl   over
entrance ol his playhouse the board fence of   four   feet three
' 'ing.     lir struck blm three Inches, the foui feel stone fence, and
e  appearance of the vie- the double posts and rail obstacles 30
���   cltj   hall  a few  minutes feet    apart.       Lieutenants     Gordon
Btatemenl of thosi lohnson and I. s. Martin of Von Rl-
the assault. ley,   Kansas,   \\,\,-    Becond    and   an-
Immedlatelj   called ins at- other British pair,  Major    Beresford
and     though    badly   Injured, and Lieutenant  Walwyn, third. Lieut.
es  of  assault   with  Intenl Walwyn   also   won   the   Macklaj   cup
Injury. In the afternoon for hunters that have  The Reliable Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer,   Undertaker
  iir,,n rid-ten to hounds eight or more .
.  Papke Figures in Draw. this season.
Pa.,   Xm.   L2.���The  best       In    the    loss    specta u    cla
-.el Sporting Club members '   ��� >re    \v.  n.   Moore   continued hii
I ill)   Papke,  the   Illinol ��� " :- Une of victorii    ovi i   Vlfred G
erholt,  aftei     his  flght   of    so Vanderbilt.        llis    Quicksand     and
st ni| Duqu sue  (''->e- Quicksilver  took   a   blue  in   the  tan
Frank    Klaus,  Ihe    Bast dein class;  his  Robin  Hood took th
. iddlew eigl I    ���       .  drav l-     8'   iVatson i up foi  horses show n
..,.   ,,.,��� , ore a  ladies'  single victoria.    His
- ��� , Lad}   Seaton  took  the Kt     lsh   hack-
Detroit  Americans Win  Again. '    cup,  and   Robin   Hood
na, Nov.  L2.���The Detroll Am nBaln ���'"'" i!> Pal'  "i;" Wallenstein
GZ*&Mg^ ____f&___9
���    |     thi     II.Man e
yestei daj   bj   a sm e ol  2 io 0
won flrsl from both the Vanderblli
and ('. \V. Watson entiles In the eias.
b iltabli   for a heavj  vehicle.
OUR CLOTHES
NOT FIT
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Oo You Believe
M it we can cure Headaches with   glasses?     We   say
l>l itlcally yes if your headache is not the result ol a dls-
li n i Btomach.
Seventy-five   per   cent, of    headaches  are    caused  by eyestrain.     These we guarantee to cure with suitable glasses to
evi   the i yestraln.
H im   Hyatt  Takes  a  Wife.
.... Wn., S iv, Ll!. -Ham Hyatt  j
.    rn      irg ball playi r, fo     5
\  ih Vaiu'iim er, ti. C, and hi -  \
ivifi     ;.���  todaj   on   their  hone, moon
. ���    i   da>   he  secured a man lage  li-
al Shelton,  \\ ash., and wedde I
.Miss   May   Connolly,    of   that   placi
Miss Connolly until recently has heen
bookkeeper in her father's meat markel  at  Shelton.
Il.iui di. lares thai the story which
stand thai la' had chartered a special train at Pittsburg to hurry to a
wedding at  Vi< toi la, B. C, was tal
FOOTBALL
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
lominlon  Trust  Uldg
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster, is. U.
���Y'um^m
Chief Mcintosh has been requested
by (he secretarj    of   the Vancouver
High School  Ru  I ���   team, not   to molest the rooters who are coming over
lore today for the game with Columbian College, as long as thej  do nol
.1. |. the hounds ol decency.   The
.   chief   has replied    thai no unseeml)
'���   disturbanci s will be allowed, an i the
citizi iis await   with hi'eathle bs  Interest to see how I hi   view s ol the Rui
by Club and the chief of \ ollce, as to
semly and    unseemly    conduct, coin
cide.
'b_i_i-StXiSx>2-
Rovers vs. Thistles.
The Rovers todaj will take the
tie.id againsi their old time rivals, the
Thistles of Vancouver, with the
strongest team thai has been gathered together this season an.l thej
fully expect to force the Scotchmen
to lower their flag. Tho team will
leave on the 1 ."'clock ear. and the
kickoff will take place sharp al ���'���
o'clock al Recreation park, Vancouver. The Rovers are still In doubl
as to whom thej will have In goal,
bul the choice will lie between Ibbol
sem and Reid. The remainder Of the
I. nu uill be: Bruce and Lyon, backs
Hayes. Sawyer and Lock halves.
Caydzlen, Robertson, Shawcross, VI-
��� ��� Johnston, forwards. Reserve,
Welfare.
New Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses from $3.95 Up
Silk Blouses from    3.50 Up
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Johnny Kling Is Up Against It.
Kansas City, Mi... Nov. 12.���The
third block in the 800-ball play for
the pool championship of the world
bi tween Champion John G. Kling and
Thomas Hueston ret ulti l lasl nighl
in Hueston Increasing his total lead
to 129 balls. Hueston scot 194 to
Kllng's 128. The total Bcon '. for
il... three nights' plaj nov
Hueston 603, Kling IT!. I ' !
block will be played tonight,
"   Doyle   Slated  As   Manager.
Sacn nto.        '���' 12    Charh ;
Doyle, lefl fielder for the S ic  m
Senators, is   slated   to   mai ;  i
Sacramento team In the i la     B state
league nexl  year.
t____*E!!2-_
asy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These prices will be raised
25 per cent on Monday next. Acreage adjoining these lots is held at
higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co.
Boxed in Boiled Shirts.
Centralla, Pa., Nov Vi Vnl ���
Drexel Biddle and Philadelphia Jack
O'Brien boxed Ave round on lh'
stauo of St. Ignatiu hall lore lasl
night for the hem tit of a fu i i to bi
devoted to the construction of a new
fence about the parish cemetery,
which contains the bodj of a nun
Bister of O'Brien. Following the
benefil the millionaire ocii I. athlete
and O'Brien each donated $100 to the
ruml. They boxed In full evening
dress.
Cattleman Guilty of Murder.
Basin, Wyo., Nov. 12.- -The jury in
the case of Herbert I,. Brink, one of
the seven cattlemen charged with the
murder of three sheepmen In the
Tensleep country, returned a verdlcl
of murder in the flrsl degree today.
The verdict carries with It a death
sentence.
Seven Hurt In Oklahoma Wreck.
Henrietta, Okla., Nov. 12.���Seven
persons were Injured, somo probably
fatally, ln a wreck on tho Missouri
Oklahoma & Gulf railroad, Ave miles
smith of Henrietta. Two passengei
cai 1 lefl the track and turned over.
It Pays
You
to visit us when in need
of a pair of spectacles.
we have had nearly thirty years experience in
fitting and are in a posi
tion to give you entire
satisfaction at prices
lower than others. wf
make no charge for test
ING.
despondentor shiftless men.
Suits.     Raincoats     and     Overcoats
made by C. N. & u. makers of
Proper
Clothes
are meant   for active, ambitions  men
and young men.
THEIR AGGRESSIVE STYLES
MATCH YOUR VIGOR. BROAD
SHOULDERS, AND A FULL CHEST
INDICATE STRENGTH; PATTERN
AND COLOR OF CLOTH ADD DISTINCTIVENESS.
All  these excellent    features are
made permanent    because    only the
host materials are used and the gat>
nionts are expertly tailored.
I
'! he prices arc within easy reach ���
$10 to $35
fi'i
P
1
& CO.
REAL  ESTATE  AGENTS.
FRONT   STREET.
aaa-
Royal Cafe
DOMINION        TRUST
BUIL:      IG
THE CENTRAL GROCERY
NEAR COR. Finn AVE. ANO EIGHTH ST.
(Next to Central  Meat Market.)
NEW  STORE. NEW GOODS.
^^������^m4____m_____m^    - -������^���_~_____m*-mm���
p.   Hams, Bacon, Cheese, Teas, Coffees a specialty.
*me hne of every description of GROCERIES.
DAVID ADAMS, Prop.
Phone 583.
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Classified Advertisements Coroner's Inquest
^^^^^^^[ on Wednesday's Accident;
AS  OTHERS  SEE   IT.
The Worst Yet.
fhe proposed guarantee of C. N. R.
S   the British Columbia Gov-
WANTED���BOARD ANT) LODGING.
State terms by week. Address W.,
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WANTED���BOOK KEEPER. APPLY
P. 0. Box 496, Xew Westminster.
WANTED���BY A JAPANESE BOY
who understands English well, position as cook or for housework. Address S. Toma. phone 261, Japanese
Mission.   Sapperton. 255-6
WANTED���JOB ON A MILK RANCH
by experienced milker. Apply J-
Currie. Victoria Boarding House.
Sapperton.
WANTED���GOOD LOT IN WEST-
minster: can pay $7.". to $10u cash,
balance $75 quarterly. Give particular to H. Drawer S55, Vancouver.
LOST���BLACK   SPANIEL  PUP.   RE
turn to 2::S Tenth st. 216-3
ROOMS TO  RENT.
j by  Detective   McLeod   was   exhibited
and showed a broad diagonal mark on
one side  and  a  narrow   marking  on
Ithe other  side running   in  the  sam.
TO LET-TWO    OR    THREE FUR-1 direction.     One of these marks the
nished    housekeeping    r ns.  fur-   witness thought   was    made bv the
nace.   etc.      Apply   917   Filth   ave-   flange of a wheel    and    a split  the
m"'- Whole   length  attributed  to a  similar
 1 cause.      Two other    Bimilar    marks
TO RENT���LARGE DOUBLE BED- were on the block, evidently of older
room, suitable for two gentlemen; j date. in reply to Mr. Bole, he ad-
reasonable terms.  Si's Royal  ave.     ! mitted   that   they   appeared   to   have
246-12 I been  made  by  the passing  of a car
[over the block.
C. A. B. Corder, employed at a sash
satisfied thai it was properly locked. '
The brakesman got on the flat car by :
the hand brake, shouted to the con-j
ductor to start up, and then released |
e brake.      The car moved perhaps  i,irll������ _.,      	
half a car length, then stopped and ( goes far beyond anything yet
sl irted tq come   back.     He   looked L011(  Kl this Hut' by a Canadian legis-
over the edge and  saw  that  it  had   !:i.    ,
parted from the box car.     He then province   guarantees    bon.��;Si
commenced to wind up the brake as L i  and  interest,  *l0 the Extent
________                                                    'quickly as possible, but had only just   , a mil��-   n -,,,, mji,      ,"road
wreck      Timbers 18x12 were ptoeed      ndl  r rwm,     The brakea (ikl n0,   ., - ��n        J      ��' ��
on  either  side and  the antra   Mod ,                            d   h   car continurd to   . ��� -      ���              TZ   Pernio,
with 3x8, 8x10 plank and lighter ma-j     .    .       *   .       ..    ...        lde   thaf as  security,     ineirrenuer,
terial.     The material was well load-  ___*��jg��L JJwi 60 c    1 \Y'_' ' rlde' declaras that there is to
ed and    held  in    position    bv eight  ,      passenger  cai   was so c.oSG but!, a mortgage, but it is not set
;.;:   secure? g$_Z 5 ^ ss?TJKJ?i^S J��S *?��� V     in the a^eement- The com-
pieces of 1x6 hoard.      The load was  ��  "J,^ " J? ��*��* ** tr(?st'e
K ^**_____r he uould ha\e no chance 1.1 get off, 	
so he jumped    a    few    yards before     pou ,,,., ro;ui, the Government-guar
reaching the trestle.  He landed safe- . ,. ,,ll:lingin second. Then
ly and followed the car on foot. Then limitation of the total bond is-
he saw the headlight of the passenger car and he watched it make the
curve, then saw a sudden bright
flash, and after that, darkness. The
shunter followed, and picked him up;
as it came he called out "Sins
struck," and Jumped on the foot-
hoard. The Shunter then hastened
to the scene. From Gladstone it was
necessary to go slowly owing *o the
darkness.      The   witness  jumpod  off
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        and     hastened     down     the   track   I
The block of wood which was found   where a man was waving a lantern.
.   r^...���^....���   ���>��-! --j   ���     ���.-.^.--^ i He threw off his coat and assisted In
the  work  of
(Continued from Page Ono
in good order when it left the mi
The brake mast was left with six
inches clear on all side^ of the tee.
The tee was about 3<j inches above
the car floor and the load was about
six feet high. There would be about
18 inches clear of the brake mast.
This space was sufficient to permit
a man to handle the brakes. He
could not say that the brake was
working. The lumber on the car
was from 26 to 27 tons weight. Tlie
capacity of the car was 3u tons plus
10 per cent, allowed for safety.
Marks on   Block.
| pany apparently is free to issue other
making them a first   charge
Minfal Waters
A'rated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone  13. office. Eighth  St
Saturday
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel. 100
[ and   door  factory,   left   his   home   at
Strathcona road  for  Vancouver  at  6
e work or rescue until taken to
Vancouver by th.e detectives. Ques-
1 tloned by the coroner as to bow so
much time was spent, Burrows said
that no delay occurred on the trip
south or in the switching of the
freight. The orders of the road to
block cars left on the main line, set
the hand brakes and leave a man
with the car, were all carried out.
The flat car was being taken at night
in order to avoid trouble on the city
Streets, the C. P. R. cars being wider
than the B. C. E. R. cars. In reply
to jurymen, the brakesman expressed
the opinion that the car had obtained
PERSONAL.
"ERN EST McD. S I D E B O T T O M.
alias Clifford. Ernest McD. Side-
bottom, who resided in or near Mcleod  from 19ul to 1908, is wanted
o'clock on Wednesday morning. He ,0�� much speed to stop before he
had proceeded half way to Beacons- j could get the chain wound in. He
liild station when he heard alarm Put all his strength to the brake and
whistles blown and thought that j did not think it would have tight-
something must he wrong on the (n('d much more. The cars must
trestle. He saw a car run through jllave been coupled or the flat car
to Beaconsfield station and saw the | w'ould not have been pulled un hill
car    flagged.      A    second    car cann ! "'  ""       "-���--���        -' ,p
ft Mission
Oefs Good Starf
     ���       at  all.      He had  heard* of couplings
along a few minutes later from  the  breaking before,  but  had never seen
.���,   ..       ,     -    -- oN'''w,   Westminster    end,    which  he   such a case.     He had no explanation
foi   his   advantage   and     earnestly   boarded.      This car was flagged near   to give as to how the coupling broke
urged to write to his sister. Mary  Lakevlew and  the passengers joined   The  orders  called  for freight to be
Sidebottom  14 Chaflestown Road. J with those of the first car in the work   dear Ave minutes ahead of passeneer
Glossop, Derbyshire,  En-land." of rescue.      The coupling on the flat  car time.      The witness was Ts nre
- car wbi"  be  first arrived  was open I man and had been working as brakes-
. ,    ...     . " and looked to be intact     The coup-1 man    and    motorman   Intermittently
LaVIflfiJ] S  Mi.S.S.flll !~ ,'e ^��X car was also ��ljen and; for seven months on  the B   C   F   R
LUJIIIGIIO 1TII00IUII [apparently in good condition.    Then,,1 Asked   if  he   thought   that   sufficient
were no safety chains on either car. help was given for switching freight
thc'cilu CCiU'!ns of the wreckage on the main line, he thought another
ine ciev,s of the two cars stood ! man would assist. Burrows hid been
around and did nothing.     The bodies  a brakesman in England but used  a
were m  the  debris and    some  were"'"* ���-���   ���    -      fe rjut  l,b0tl d
ol between the seats.     The front
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Part of the car was entirely clear.
equal of the Japanese iu every way.      Thomas    .Marshall    0f     Lakeview
'o.   ire not all alike.     The Chinesi    '"' "' a car traveling swiftly toward
; pn    nl   in  this coun        Vancouver on the Westminster bound
are practically from one locality, Can 'rack. A moment later it met the
t0Ii; bui the Chinese in the north ! enser going to-New Westminster
""' mr superior In physiqu and li ''' 'uimediately rushed t0 the tele-
''      ' -mb   1  am  quite  confldi a    phone and told the central to call for
,hal thej  would make Une Chrl   I ,   'stance from the hospital and tii"
Wants Them All. K-  K-      He  then   dressed  and
"AI, desire is nol that a few I LJ !?' tLU8"��an  hanglnS "<�� "'"
K?--^*   ' *Vef 'tuS^^to HI
^   iSrW0^ I ?.��-U-8eaDd "*n helped in   Ue work of
He   saw  the  arrival   of    a
!'  a.m.      They
clearing    the
on the road
.   only security the province has
��� assurance by Mr, Mann that the
c   n.  R, will Bee that  the  province
|i si s nothing by Its guarantee.   If the
. s of British Columhia are simple enough to approve this diaphanous proportion they  will    richly de-
their fate if they  are "stuck"
;  on for the eighteen or twenty
millions   involved.���Victoria   Times.
The  Province  Waits.
Captain Tatlow is being so persist-
o.e.y   slandered   by   men     who     are
working in  the interests of his late
i     eagues thai his friends are loudly
Insisting that he shall call a meeting
ol  the electors and  explain  the  raa-
Bons  which  Impelled  blm  to    retire
i:mn the McBride Administration. The
silence of Mr. Charles Wilson,  when
he compelled to retire from the oflice
I of Attorney-General,  two  and  a  half
years   ago,   cost   thai   gentleman   his
popularity, and  was  tbe cause of his
being consigned to private life, from
which he can  never hope to emerge.
But Captain Tatlow is not willing to
be consigned to the political rag bag,
or  we  are  greatly  mistaken  in   the
man.     The     ex-MInlster   of   Finance
owes it  to his constituents and himself to explain the reasons of his retirement, and put an end to the slanderous version ol the affair that is being circulated by the McBride party.
When   Captain   tatlow   left   the Government   he   took   with   him   the   respect and confidence of the people of
British  Columbia,  and h3  left behind
him in the Ministry no man who can
fill his place in the estimation of the
public.     Tlie   electors   would   like   to
hear   the   ex-Minister's    story.���Vancouver  World.
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
NOVEMBER 13
1909.
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,Roof o' your house or
"����� Sow back o��� ,M��
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. '   is weatber-prool ���n,i r
a     Wil not melt, era, k ,
i -JfcS' aPPUed ^eqttirM
j     (.uli or write- for Rill ���   .
samples and pruec-s.       Pir"uK
ance     to
Times.
this    province. ��� Victor!.
No Mortgaqe.
The points for the public to remember are that notwithstanding the
brazen insistence of Government organs that the province is to have a
flrst  mor
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different kind of couplin...
In answer to Mr. McPhillips, the
witness stated that the car was travelling at from six to seven miles per   gnfytg]
hour when lie jumped: the car had ,stg. tfta, M]. McBrlde haSi (or rea.
traveled ahout  two hundred feet.    A beg(   ,.n,nvI1  t() himscir] tled   up
special order had been issued two ,,, ,, ��� weake8( of ,,1P tllrpe Canadian
days before the accident regulating roadg and (h.lt , . ,,���, lmprudenl and
the   leaving   of    freight   cars   on the        ��� ��� ^^���
main   line.    The  witness  stated   that  ^^^^^^^
In-  knew  the  rule.    In  reply  to  Mr.   offl      ho llas pracUcally"pied"ge(
Dale  the  witness said  he tested  the     -   ...    -   --
brake to  the best  of his ability  and
Could  They Ask  More?
While Premier McBrlde and his docile henchman, Mr. W. J. Bowser, are
touring   the   province   on   a     talking
trip, endeavoring, by holding om  distant   and   elusive   pictures  of  a  cunningly   wrought   network   of   branch
lines, to reconcile the electors of the
interior  to   a   railway   policy     which
does   little   to   develop   the   province,
! the  commonsense  of  the  people   is
awakening more and more to the absurdity   of   the   proposals   for   which
the McBride Administration seeks pu-
dorsement It is clear, of course, that
the object of the Canadian Northern
Railway company is to reach the Pacific  coast;   it   is  equally   clear   that
the    McBride    Government   proposes
that   the   railway   company   shall   he
permitted  and   assisted   to  reach   the
coast by the easiest, most inexpensive
and   least   important   route���a   route
which, instead of contributing to the
development   of the  province,  is,  for
the greater part of its extent, through
territory   already   trrvirsed   by     railways.    ��    *    *     Moreover, the pIpc-
tors are asked  to believe that  after
this railway  of easy  gra les  through
Hritish  Columbia  to the sea is constructed the builders win immediately begin to attack  the real problem
of railway construction in British ('"-
lumbla.    and    construct  Innumerable
T- i. TRAPP & CO., Ud.
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PAINTING.
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New Westminster.
Theo.  P. Young, prop.
MEATS
__..u     iuiie-.ii nei   iiiiiuiiieiaiiie
eii.n   u,e  province  lstollavi.il   h|.;il|rh  ,lne_.  wm,out  r        d (0 ������,���,,.
aortgage on the road,   hat ah-  ^      menli  j,,,1(i,,s, or 1U1V of ,iu,
y no provision ot that kind ex-   nl]u,v  f,i,^,.,,.i,...   ���.i,i..i.   i ���-���
1.^ f       I I .. ���> r..T,..I J -        e
reckless bargain he has made In the
e   of  snatching  another   term  of
tested the  ofr'co' ho has PracUcally pledged the
.mu.    credit of this province to a  firm wbo
Ilea I ii     bj
jj llou|d eel into China. Whal
, ;" pUsl1 Ing   crew   nl   fi
;: 'lee-eYYY     ���B   tne
 ��- - '---iY'i!:Y,^22:2,,YyhL:;::2 ___*__\
ed at 7 o'clock.     Only one man in   called,   the   latter   being   subpoeiiae.
���,'���' Lii,,,'   ,L,' """""" tll(1 ail>   work in   at the request of the juryn - ���
assisting the  ri Bcuers,  so  far as he'
had no intimation that anything was   ?ave y'' '" demonstrate their ability
 ��� to operate a transcontinental >
wrong
than thej have hithi i Eo been offered
J havi i. ad thi wot ks oi Confucius
in the original and I saw that there
is more religion In the tirst two verses i.i Genesis than there is in the
whole oi Confucius' works. There
is um- thing in the Bible which permeates it through and through, and
that is. the religion of G.jd. Confucius has nothing to compan- to It.
Some people say they do nol believe
in foreign missions. Was not our
own religion brought to us by foreign missionaries from beyond l..c
Syrian sea'.' God gave his son as a
missionary to the world and should
we not do something commensurate
with this?"
B. C. Needs Them.
After    singing a rousing    verse of
Onward    Christian    Soldiers
saw; this man he thought was'oue
1,1 "I"' crew of the freight. The flat
(';"' made very uttle noise, while running aad moved very smoothly. The
witness admitted that there mighl
have been other h. C. E. R. men
1""' assisting in the rescue work-
but he did not know them.
H. K. Begg, another resident of
Lakeview, heard the flrsl passenger.
car coming from Vancouver. He left
the house and heard alarm whistles I
blowing and a moment later a crash.
"" 'i'ii from Gladstone to Lakevlew
;';"'' i i>e trestle, but it was so dark
that he could see nothing. He was
I tne first man on the scene but was
| Quickly joined hy others. Thev heard
The inquest was then adjourned un- l ..,'.��� -; '"'"i' J"**"** a
'H Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at . < ' i, ul V ' and MaI,M- tor ''
which   time  it   is  expected   thai   the     i :"   """"  our  c""'i!    is
conductor   and   motoramn   ol     ���       '      '"'  ;" thl   ' xtenl of $1"      -
freight, General SgeToiover and   a__T_1 Zf ^ ^ "
the men who fired the debris *]�� nt' ^^ffXTSL  whose offers
to build wer,. spurnet* then fore   becomes a  matter  of  the   flrsl   import-
other obstacles which, however, are
found to he Insuperable in the construction  of   this   main   line  to  the
COast.     Also.   t!u    electors   are   asked
to regard this as a business policy.
The question   which  is taking Bhape
In   the  public   mind  is   whether  'I"'
McBride Administration could by any
eans ask thi   electors to do more.���
Vancouver World.
3PRING     LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Owner Eighth Bt. ana   Fifth At��j,
PHONE   I7Q.
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FOR  FIRST  i
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739   FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR  BLOCK.
Chief Justice  Jette   Now
o . al, Nov. 12.���Sir Louis rette,
Th_ we,     merly lieutenant-governor   of   the
.,,,,��� ""    Province   of   Quebec,    yesterday re-
old.ng as cm- cive,, ,n of,iria, aotlflcaUon of Mb
appointmenl to the chief JusUceship
Of Quebec In the place of the late Sir
Henri Taschereau
THE HOME PAPER
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uT'iZ'w   Vi" dt,bCI'l'^' "'^��'if as'I dies  and     moans    and   immediatelv
the onlv     cleancut    layman    in  the! commenced    moving   the !atel>
bunch   addressed   the   meeting       i(,.
caused some    amusement  bv saying
���at  since .oming to British Colum-
du be was a much firmer believer In
cutting the sides of the car to reach
the wounded. A car from Xew West
minster came along and a B. c. E  R.
t^ home missiJnao-'^^^ I to^U?p2Sje?hSS5rd ",
g^e chiefly iD the advantages, com   others did ^KttSJKS ln_
o and otherwise, Which  .Id   motormen of   the x ����� S imister
rem fron ti���  movement, anj gave  '^"'�� assisted in the rescue     mn,bter
l'lul.  L��   "   ,""id', .   XV:>1<">- Burrows, a motorman   act-
'     B. Goulds address was enUrely In�� as brakesman, left Vancouver on
���'. conditions In hunter 503    on WednesSy at 5:10
Turkej  dnrtng    the pasl    few years,   f-m.      A  ila.  car of lumber  was In
i;     ow au  appalling picture oi  thi    "IW, ��'  the  work  car.  for    Xanaimo
-    "U-s  permitted   by    the  govern-  road-     The witness rod.- on the flat
��� o< the evils of   Mobamme-   ;���"���'��� .   Arrived, the train stopped and
danism, which  was the toe to prog-\_* tightened the hand brake on the
'���     in ihai c-oumry.     "if," K.ih] ,,���.   flat  car,  placed   a  block   under   the
o   liter, "th.- re'medy tor this eondi- wheel "'ui then uncoupled the work-
ton is not found in Jesus Christ then   'Yv-     Tl1" motor brought a box car
'-'   remedy has not yet been known   tr'm the switch, and when it reached
t^""7' , the ,""in 'i'1"' the witness opened the
loday at 2 p.m. a conference 0n the , coupler on the flat car and signalled
prcu-iK-ai methods of bringing a con- "v* 8hunter to back.     Before it came
gn.g.v,,,,, to its   highest   missionary  ^hin two yards he flagged the motor
cfei.'i.-nev   Wlli   hl.  he,d       Mr   B   An_lto  stop.      He   looked  a.   the  couple
derson  and  the  Kev.  Canon  Tucker and found lt In good condition     The
of Toronto will  be In  charge of the   conductor came down from the shunt-
m"""rii-'' 'nr���,0,Sf(T U,�� C0UP111*. and  then  sig-
nailed the motorman to make the
: coupling, n was then Inspected by
I the  aid of  the  lamps and  both  felt
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RAILWAY CO.  | The White Pass
Double Daily Through Firsl-' **4 ^on ^oute
Class Passenoer Ssrvice ifor conrad. carcross, AtuN.
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Ieave8rn5nrrExpre88 and Seattle tra,n |BANKS- ^^ Ira1^ (except S.nday)
Afternoon Express leaves 15-25 for 'f ^Jf pMsen��er8' ma'L ��pre88 and
all    Points    Rant,    Including   United,fre,ght connect   w,tn   stages  at  Car-
States points. St. Paul and East. cross an<l  White Horee, maintaining
Agassiz Local leaves 17:35. a thorough winter rervice
*or further particulars apply to
PROFiFAbLeInvI5TllF�� t0 Vi? �����m;store and mak^ the most
way     t^ents 1 urmshmgs, and in order to draw attention to the fact on
Saturday, Nov. 13  1909, You Can Have Any Hat in
the Store For $2.00.
.o z���:^~\;:���oi:rE and all the newest ^ "*�����������������������^
OUCEMENT TO VOU TO OAL,   A��! ��. - """ "" *' "'"" ** $5'���� AN�� ���IS '8 ONLY 0FFEBE0 AS m IN-
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.,!,.  YOUP  W,EE  0R V0UR C,RL AL0TO.      NEW OOOOS AflE  ARR1V,NC  ALL  THE  T,ME ,N 0UR
DRY GOODS SECTION.
A~0  WE   ���AVE   NUMER0US  UNES  QF  up.T0.DATE  notions that ^^ |nterest her     ^ arr|val8this ^^
Neckwear       Belts       Hosiery       Underwear
ED. QOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
For information *ppiy to
J. H. ROGERS, Tmfflc Manager.
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes wEMBER  13, 19��9
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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MARKET
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WEST
-.- think" one housewife will say to anol ier "that this   I
be better than the flour we are using? "
��� is no doubt ahout it.
just one way you can be convinced.   You must use
I ill not satisfy you, but we buck up i ur claims in such
111 lose nothing hy trying Robin Hood.
r  will  tell you about our guarantee which giv s you
back your money if you are not
satisfied.
THE SASKATCHEWAN.
FLCU:t MILLS CO.
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MOOSE JAW
SASK.
LEATHER GOODS
THE LATEST STYLES IN HAND BAGS. COLLAR BAGS, CUFF BOX ES, CARD CASES, CARD
SETS,  BILL  BOOKS, ETC.,     ETC. SEE     OUR
WINDOW   DISPLAY.
C!   ftfSERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
i    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.
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,,..il vendors
bi .   and    all
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were  made  "l
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of I      daj's business
.1. :e bj ' ��� gs; this
e      .    .-   V. 11..'.'     tie
��� se ol  trading had
lie retail trade thi s
.     pi ee-, B,      I   lling   lei
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ll  the)   ne   nl
I hoi   tei   re-no-,  before
stat loi   ,;..
im lined io fall In price,
!   to  the  large  s i
Pork  whi. ii  was pai tic-
di   ; pi il  a   full
.  ; - n th    opei
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lad   :lin
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boin    from 13 to
.   _   ipped    lightly.
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iltry 1 i re
and busii
here was a good Bupply
��� ��� i    o ��� : Hy   all   offi I
- ��� : business; broilei s
bul	
Ieen demand.
Fruil e i, tatlons r< malned fii m, the
from $1.25 I    $ 1..    pei
: ..   . : pies ami  $1.25 a  box  for
.
: -     showed  a   slight   decline,
ijuntatlon bi li jl 2.00 pi i ton or
"e. c li ss He.ni lasi week. Thi - was
pi i bablj :.i i-. ii ni i-il for by the facl
that tin 11- lias been a ten lency on the
pui i of the i'hi mers to flood the markel   ivitl   ";l i is of late,
Official   Quotations.
Bi ef,  hindquarters, per lie., ,8c  to 9c
Beef, ie.iii|ii:ii I. rs   per .le. ... Be to 6c
Lamb 13c to I3%c
Million     He to 11%
Veal,  large 8c to 9c
Vi al, medium    .. .lie
Pork, medium 10c to He
Eggs, wholesale, per doz  ..  B5c I" :"''
Eggs, retail, per doz 60c
Butter,  wholesale,  per Hi    30c
i   tter,  rei ill, pi r lb    ��� ��� .35c
���   i ei doz $C50 to $8.50
Chickens, per doz  .. .   .$5.50 to $6.50
Broilers, per doz  $4 to $5
1 lucks, per doz       $12
Potatoes, i" i   ton    $12
Apples, per box   $1.25 to *l.""'
Pei rs, per box $1.25
i mlons, leer sack    . .$1.25
Turnips, per sink   ��� ��� .50c
C ibbage, per s ick  50c
i' i -'.ts   per sai k       ��� .60c
ts, per sack      ��� ��� .$1.00
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Russell   Hotel
D. William, Vancouver,
Fii tcher, Vancouver.
Steven, on   Vancouver.
A,  Kennedy,  Vancouver.
Ii. Steele, Vancouver.
Creasj.  Vam ouver.
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S.  Bu o    v incouver,
L. Iron ildi , Da
E. In. . ,. onto.
. G Hati sen, Seattle.
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ank Stead oui er,
;.  M. Campbell,   '���
V.  T.
Windsor Hotel.
Mr. and G :       non.
cltae and itura, Cai.
i'ii Hope, B. C.
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QUEUES ARE  SACRIFICED   IN
MOURNING   FOR   EMPRESS
irla,  B.  C.,  Au      ' Vdvlces
i                      b;   the Akl  Mai i  i  ati
n       .in   i.i der   will   b         . ��ben
the   mo ie nni-   for  the  ei  pi i .  dow-
ends that a
i en,  ; i udents and    poll* ei
(���ui  off i heir queues.    Thl i i gl\ lng
:     '.lei I-'   .     . e ..ICKO.
SAMPLE  BOTTLE CURED  HER.
Of  Eczema on   Her  H.inds.
We are always gla | of an opportunity in send a Bample bottle of D
11. 11 Prescription to an eczema sufferer, because we ar.. sure ii will
stop the awful, torturing Itch al once
and starl the patienl on the road ,n
i i >.      But  no one expects tl"'
m     isi i lly  small    sample    bol tie to
..>   piete the cure.
Thai is what ii did, however, for
Madame Mathilda Bourdreau, of Amherst, Magdalen Islands. Writing on
June loii last she sa. o
"1 was suffering with eczema on
the Iren,is for about three months
when I started using l>. D, D. Prescription, and after l used a Bample
bottle I was entirely cured. T recommend D. D. I), i" anybody Buffering with skin disease."
11. I). I), directly attacks the germs
in the skin which cause eczema���
kills them���relieves the torturing Itch
al once, and restores the Bkln to a
healthy condition. The cures seem
in ie.- permanent, too. Frank Mackenzie, druggist,  New Westminster.
l-'nr free Bample bottle of D. I>. n.
Prescription write to the D, D. D, Laboratory, Departmenl N.N., 23 Jordan
St.,   Toronto.
For sale by all druggists,
>s��3B Gt3��SS3SB 093KSIE9 _________t>9L\\\___
Our Line of Fine
Dress Suits
are cut up to date.   The fit is
| perfect, the workmanship is
guaranteed.    Prices
$3Q  and  $35
| White Full Dress Vests, White
Ties,  White Kid Gloves and
White Silk Gloves.
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The Wardrobe Clothier
w.
Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Tailored Garments.
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is known to everyone but me.
McQuarrie &Co.I
STREET.
New  Westminster.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
I shall want a range soon
so I must call and see them
at the only place
Manufactarmn and Daiaicr* in AU Kma   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
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You   Can   Make   No   Mistake
If you fill your numerous wants for Stationery, Books, Bibles,
Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign Newt Papers, and In fact anything usually carried in a first-class Stationery  Store.
We buy dirsct fom the manufacturers for spot cash, no middleman's profit to be added and therefore we can show you some
money-saving   prices.
Th; new English Church Hymn Books are now in stock. Do
you   require   one7
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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This is the Latest Edison
Machine    With   the    New
Cygnet Horn
Come in and hear our 40
new Edison Records for
November. Here are a
few dandies:
No. "sr�����Sims and Stripes Forever (march i  . .Sousa's Hand
No.   280���.lust   Plain   Folks	
 Ada Jones and Chorus
No. 290���Gypsy Airs	
 Ubert Spalding
No.     294���Pansles     Mean
Thoughts Dear	
 Manuel Romaln
No. 296���Lasca 	
 Edgar I.. Davenporl
No.  297���Just  Before the Battle, Mother	
 Will Oakland aad Chorus
J. H. TODD'S Big Music House
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Lowney's Chocolates
Fresh this week.
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RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND  !!
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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��� lar9e or small.    Savings Depatments at every branch. ���
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Cars tor Vancouver and way
station* will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Car�� leave the depot every
twenty minutes for lioth SaP-
perton and city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes lifter, ami forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave |
at ten minutes after tho hour, . j
half past and fifty minutes after <
the hour, commencing at 6:30 ]
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Sunday service balf-houriy he- J
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
FROM SOUP TO COffEE
the dinners we servi- ate prepared
with   eitre   and   discrimination,      We
exercise good Judgment in buying, i"
cooking, in laying viands before you.
We have tin apology to make tor our
place or wlial we supply. We feel
sure you will commend our meals,
methods and prices when you dine
or sup at
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM  OFFICE.
I   British Columbia electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1  pir  day up.
Room and board $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath $2-60 per day up.
Room with bath and board |4 par day.
All outside rooms, with hot ud cold
water, staam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and hoat*
CARLETON GILBERT, Up.
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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.
City News
Repairing neatly done by D. F.
Quigley at Sinclair's shoo store.
Now Brussels and Axminster carpets at Denny & Galloway, house furnishers, 34 Sixth street.
A. F. Field of 730 Fourth avenue, Is
a patient at St. .Mary's hospital,
where he was taken suffering from
an acute attack of pneumonia. Mr.
Ueid's condition is serious but hopes
are entertained for liis recovery.
Spri.l-r  flow-
Greenhouse.
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Talcum, Violet, Borated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants  or adults.
T. A. MUIR _ CO.
Ellard  Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
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PUBLIC SUPPLY SMS
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GiO. ADAMS,  Prop.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Exchange
Nice Cottage, central,
for large house.
List vour property with
W. N. NESBITT. SON
Phone 596 650 COLUMBIA ST.
Order your bulbs for
ers now from Davies,
telephone  BL'US.
Head the ad on page 4 for real bargains in furniture. Denny & Galloway, house furnishers. 31 Sixth st.
Chief Watson of the fire brigade
>vas not on duty yesterday owing to
a slight attack of illness.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies
Greenhouse. R20S. "
Chrysanthemums and carnations at
Tidy's florist, store, 737 Columbia.
Phone L184.
The first mock parliament of tlie
season was held at Columbian College yesterday afternoon. The pre-
mler, Leroy Laldley, is to be congratulated on the success of the affair which was largely attended by
students and outsiders.
For pianos, organs, sewing machines, talking machines, sheet music and records go to J. H. Todd's
1 music  house,  Columbia  street.
Tlie monthly meeting   of    the Wo-
i men's Auxiliary of the Koyal Columbian hospital,    will    be   held in the
board of trade room at 3 o'clock.
The steamer Transfer wil] hereafter   leave   the   Brackman-Ker    wharf
for Ladner, Westham Islan.1 and way
'points, at 2 u'clock In the afternoon
instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra return
jtrip arriving in the city in the even-
ling. Trips will be made to Steveston as  the business  warrants. **
If some of your personal papers���
deeds, Insurance, policies, agreements
of sale, mortgages, etc., should be destroyed by fire would it not give you
great inconvenience, annoyance nnd
worry? It certainly would. A box
in our safety deposit vaults costs little, is very convenient, and gives you
the most perfect security. Dominion
Trust Co.. Ltd.. T. It. Pearson, manager New Westminster branch.
No reply has yet been received
from Hon. Frank Oliver in regard t"
the dates for tht hearing of thi Co
Qultlam  dam  eas,.
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 are ASSURED OF
THEIR assistance in securing for
you the best positions you are able
to fill.
Enter now and be prepared to fill
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 refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequal.-<l.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
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SAFE DEPOSIT CO., LTD,
HEAD OFFICE 23 LORNE  ST.
Board of Directors:
T. J. Trapp, President.
T.   S.   Annandale,   First   Vice-
President.
J, J.  Jones,  Second  Vice-President.
T. II. Smith.       II.   Ryall,
L. A. Lewis.      M. M. Xelems,
R. B.  Walker, M.  Ij.
Trustees:
Hon. R. McBride, Premier B.C.
Geo, R. Ashwell. w. S. Collister
F. .1. Hart Managing Director,
B. L. Webber, Assistant Manager and Secretary.
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Get Your FURNACES AND PLUMBING
Fixed For the Coming Winter.
: JAMES & McCLUGHAN
I Trust Block, Pront St., New Westminster 1
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CHURCHES
Ri v.  A.  F.  Hake:-    will    preach  I
Kirk's  hall, Sapperton, tomorrow  afternoon at 3 o'( lock.
At the Gospel hall, corner of SI
avenue and Ninth Btreet, tomoi ���
evening at 7 o'clock. .1. J, Rouse, thi
well known evangelist, will speak on
"The Clean Footpath." He will illus
ttrate his discourse by large colo~ed
chatrs.
Rev. A. Shildrick will occupy thi
both morning and evening servlci s
tomorrow.   There will be celebrations
of  the  Holy  Communion  at fi and  s
In   the   morning.
Rev. A. deB. Owen will speak tomorrow morning fn the Reformed
Episcopal church on "The Need of
Preparation." In the evening the pul- j
pit will be occupied by Prof. Odlui .
of Vancouver, who will speak on "Tin
Effect of the Laymen's Missionary
Movement."
Rev,  B. G. Thompson will take as
the subject of his sermon at the Knox
Presbyterian  church  tomorrow  morn- !
iiieg  "A   Just   God  and   Saviour."    In ,
the evening he will preach the fourth
of  his   series  of  addresses  to young
people,  entitled  "A   Young  Man  in   a '
New Country."   Mr. Greenlee and Mr. I
Buchanan, Of Westminster Hall, Van
couver, will sing in the course of the
evening service.
Rev. George \v. Df-jin. 01 Vancouver, will take both morning and evening serviees at the Queen's Avenue
Methodist church tomorrow.
Benjamin A. Sands, the pastor, will
occupy the pulpit at the Beryices of
the congregation of the Lutheran
church, in the l.O.O.F. hall, tomorrow.
The v.p.s. of the chvrch nieets on
Saturday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson will
sing "Twilight" at St. Pauls Reformed Episcopal chunh in the
course of the services tomorrow evening. A. II. I lohnston will also sing
a solo, "Abide With Me."
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
���days from date I intend to apply to
F. S. Hussey, superintendent of provincial 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 Moody, B. C.
GILBERT TULLOCH.
Port Moody, October 20, 1909.
NOTICE.
To whom it may concern:
Take notice that in 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
���raffle for a period of about two
weeks, beginning November 15th,
1909, for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO.,
C. E. FOWLER,
i President.
LULU ISLAND !
^TURDAY- NOVEMBER 13
Fur Stoles and Muff
Wide Array
s in
OUR WOMEN'S AND MISSES' STOCK OF FURS
OR FAHSAND WINTER ARE HERE, READY FOR
OUR  INSPECTION   AND SELECTION.
THE VALUES WE HAVE TO SHOW YOU ARE
RULY REMAKABLE WHEN YOU CONSIDER THE
IMELINESS AND WORTH OF THE MERCHANDISE WE
RE   OFFERING.
We have some very desirable lots'in
Block 27. Come early, as they will not
last long.
Terms reasonable.
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 gloves ln
splendid quality and bi
finish. Shown in shades of
Navy, Green. Hrown. Tun.
Grey, Cardinal and Black
.���iinl white. Also fancy designs. Sizes 6 to iy_ inch's,
per pair.
Cleverly Styled Furs
COMBINING EXCELLENT WORKMANSHIP WITH THE
RICHNESS OF APPEARANCE AND EXTREME DURABILITY.
MARMOT   STOLE :,i\ inches long, lined with beavj
Price     -   $4-75
GREY  SQUIRREL CRAVATS at   $7.50, $8.50. $12.50
MARMOT   MUFFS at, each $6-50 and $-.50
BLACK   CONEY STOLES, with    large   collai
with tails, satin lined.    Price, only
i.OO
MARMOT   STOLEs trimmed with Ermine   tails
lined.     l'rice only   -..  ���$8-00
SABLE RUFFS, trimmed with 6 tails, price $11.50, $12.50
Many other lines Including    the    fashionable    MINK!
TRIMMED WITH   HEADS AND TAILS in neck i ii -
and  cravats.    Prices  from, each $17.50 up t
Dress Goods Specials
For Friday and Saturday
75c Per Yard
Thirty ends of 54-lnch striped, checked and plain Homespuns, Worsteds, '-o. t]lis 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 $1.25 and $1.50. On
sale today, per yard. 75c
Single Pairs
Lace Curtains
Slightly soiled, 2 doz
single   pairs al  1-:'- off   the
regular  price.      Thi
tains  are  perfectlj   I
and  3  1-2 yard., long
60 inches wide and 0
white,  ecru  and   1 I ���
Prices��� Pi    ;
Keg. $1.25 and $1.50 for 95c
Reg. $2.60 for  $'-7-
Ri g, $3.50 for  $--50
Keg.  $4.60 for  $3.00
Bleached    Table Napkins,
large   size,   guarant. . d   I
linen assorted patterns; special today, each  10c
StunnirgNew
Millinery
Greatly
Red
uced
Any trimmed hal in all
thi lati Bt sh 1 le b ol fell and
vi Ivel al hall price.
All trimmed hats In stock
at   I-l  off.
Just arrived, shipment of
children's wool toques and
caps, till shades; also women's white felt crush hats.
Exceptional Values in
Women's Coats, Jerseys,
Waists, Etc.
YVOMh'X'S COATS In all sizes, semi tight Qttlng styles,
high stamlup collar. Empire back, trimmed with braid |:
diagonal  tweeds.    Prices $10.00 up to $30.oo
MOIRE RUBBERIZED RAINCOATS In black, navy,
brown, grey, semi-fitting hack, high collar, double Bteasti
fronts.     Today ..    *13'50
RUBBERIZED   RAINCOATS striped    effects, high  It"9-
Man collar, some trimmed    wllh    strappings    and I1"1'1'
Prices     $16-50 and $17'5��
LADIES' GOLF JERSEYS fn white, black, navy, green-
grey and cardinal also in mixed colorings, some with h-'io
and some without, side pockets $-300 and *w
LADIES' BLACK   SILK WAISTS, just new In, In chiffon taffeta.   Some buttoned    front,    nicely tucked,    ouia,
fancy front    trimmed, soutache braid and Jet buttons.
Prices    $4.75, $5.00 and $5-75
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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