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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C
,,-.,,- i   NUMBER
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    II   C
Bests artesian
wells eor burnaby
Municipal Council Considers
[plan of F. S. Clarke, of
I Vancouver.
,���;i���rji ol Burnaby municipal-
no_ _,: [dering a  proposition
[secure water In  thai  municipality
m. ,,-" arti  Ian  w< Us.
^YA ��" laid before
Munclllw the  regular meet-
,A evenini ' 8 Clarke, ��f
Y.ver tbe well ^">wu ��P��1 on
* M: C v a Stated that be
f ,;,.,,,. ,,., examination of the fo.
Ition ol the strata und- rlying the
Lipsllty and thai be felt sure
P m, ffould e struck In large
r ..... ,- a di | th    of  not  more
L mo aim :;' ��� : ' '���
Ke problem ol supplying water tor
REFUSE LICENSE FUR
VANCOUVER HEIGHTS
SATURDAY  MORNING.  SEPTEMBER  11. 1900.
FIVK CENTS P__ COPY.
Board of Licensing Commissioners for
Burnaby  Turns  Down  Application
of    Mrs.    Simpson.
The application  of    Mrs.  Simpson
for a    license  for    a    proposed new
hotel at Vancouver Heights was re
fused at a meeiing of th,. board ol
commissioner. for the municipality
of Burnaby hi id yesterdaj  evening
Mrs, Simpson proposed to en ���
the new hotel on lots 11. 1". and 16
block H, D. L. 121. Tbe commissioners, however, decided thnt no new
licensed house was needed In tha
distrlcl and on these ground- refused
the application.
Presenl at  the rue-ting were Reeve
Byrne, C. Sprott, J. P ; c  ci.,.   j   p
I-l. Stride and F. VV. Silver.
SUPPORTS
COUNCIL IN REJECTING OFFER
Approves Action of City Council in Turning Down Pro
posal of Vancouver Power Company For Lands at
Coquitlam Lake-J. S. Bryson Criticises
City Fathers and Local Press.
EINE VEGETABLES BUDGfJ NOW IN
AT THE HANEY FAIR
Secretary   Wade   Secures   Some   Good
Specimens for the Board of
Trade   Rooms
SMOOTH WATERS
A "���    :'"11Y   ,n'"X'-   <>f     "f||lng   had   the   land   surveyed   forming
citizens last evening at the council the watershed reserve ' With that
chamber, took the same 1 ne as pr-.don,. they would be In a better posl-
���"v   ones In objecting to any terms  ticn  to  talk  business  with  the com- small   fruits  the
The annual agricultural fair for
Maple Ridge was held at Port Haney
on Thursday and proved a great success. Secretary \Vade Of tlle board
of trade, attended and yesterday told
8 reporter of the Daily News bis lm-
preBslons.
The fruit exhibit was smaller than
usual, for the season Is yet too early
for many varieties to be shown
Battle in the House is Less
Tempestuous, But Lively
in the Country.
re   Wer.-   some   .pleii-
l.'tidon. Sept. 10.���Cabling to Chicago, T, P O'Connor. Nationalist Ml'.,
says: "Fc)r th. greater j)ilrt 0f tho
week, John Burns, labor lead-r and
president of the local government
board, occupied a prominent place oa
li,   the   parliamentary   stage,     instead   of
Trees overhanging; the sidewalks In
the city have been  proving an annoj
.vi,  the Vancouver Power Company pany aad be tree trom tb,. Interior
for th,  Bale ol the city reserve round Br__e of the various governments
Coquitlam    lak-    tor   flooding,   ami _.
ed   a   resolution  endrosing  the ac-| Claims   Company   Unfair.
tion of the majority of tiie city coun-'    ���'   A. Lea, chairman of the citiz ns
vl  ifi  turning tin   offer down."   Only committee,  criticised    the    action  of there wer    flne    .xliinits of
two  members of ihe    council, Ald.-r-th,.  Vancouver    I'ow.-r    Company  in Gram exhibits were good bu
dill  samples of    blackberries shown
Hut it was iia vegetables that tin-
good snowing was made, mor- especially in roots.      Pumpkins and sugar
bets   were     of     enormous   Size,   and
celery.
litti.
David Lloyd-George. Burns is .|>onsor
for the bill which mark., another mile
stone on the road of the merciless attack on all ancient privileges of landed proprietors. This measure gives
extended [lowers lor the bettr building of cities and towns, and even vll-
ircts, confers
'ry purchase
of land and
���hangs In th'?
|tc_::.i!tee with power to act
G N. R. Crossing Again.
Greai Northern
��_S on ilie N '-li road, just out-
, lie citj limits again cam,, up.
yi--:   be'ng   brought    tu   tn,.   al-
pm of li������ councillors by a depu-
Eon ot resident? along the ,oaa.
I ... . :  tho council  to
%f the m iti efore the board of
commissioners. It is
lined that the crossing at present
I. ry dangerous, and th>- residents
| the road wish  to  have  the  grade
lie approach to the tracks cut
[men a way to as render ths Une
Utile Io drivers of vehicles before
(el are rig'i: ujion the Ureal   North-
right of way.
|_ sumber of applications for new-
ids were considered by the council.
|__lllll_:i<>li Ws  received  from  th ���
IfM. ol the department of public
Kh it Victoria to the effect that
i goTMMiKtit would stand the cost
I oOBStacion ,,:' one-half of the
in:,:..;, road, from Hastings road
13'jrrard inlet.
PEARY'S WONDERFUL
DASH TO NORTH POIE
owed.
sale   always
P<r cent 'n
This   10   per
e Van- amined The exhibition Enjoyed "a "goo. Hf ufsSbdu*   U U charaoterUlt-
the   Vanoouver  Power  Company.     Hejcouver Power Companv bad not taken   ���rogrdm   of t     _ndJ ��_,,����        ����   >���-   >'���""���
rusted   they  would   be  abl.   .,, assist  the citizens of New Westminster into  Ul_ dav with a dance in the evening.
Hi-  company  <-> obtain    more  water their confiibnce.      The plan., so far j
would   be   act lated
animosity  to ation of the draughtsman.
i'o.   power  purposes   without   in.peril- as he knew, had not been submitted
ing the purity of the city's water sup-ito the city engineer for exam.nation.
ply. He   thought   the   council   might   have
.  ll'f    secretary   having   read   OOples'gcne   further   and   opposed   the  erec-
of correspondence between the city,tion of any dam whatsoever. The
Difficulties      Attend  a,Kl   "le  Vancouver   Power  Company, city   throughout   the  controversy  bad
and  the  city  and  Dominion  and  pro-itaken the defensive.      it was not for
Fvnpflifinn       Fruv-o     Po    vinciil1   governments,     the    chairman |the company to get up and lay down
j_._j_cui.iuii _��� .ret.     i.e- continue.      0m-    inquiry    be    said, iterms, but for the ciiy.     It was im- j
caine to him, just what bad the com-! possible   to  say     what     the  area of
cil   turned    down,     what   was   really swamp  land    was    which    would   be
Many
duced at Close.
SPECULATE AS TO
S SUCCESSOR
c:    turned    down,     what   was   really swamp  land    was    wnicii    would   �� m,...   r\ai   ���   l       _   r>-      r,   -i    i������ -..un        i  i      .    ,-.    .       ��
asked for' hooded,    h the dam was built they Three Officials of Big Rail-   f if Y0l)[fl��* ln Bn*tana ��<>l
Aid. Adams having declined to must have filtration plants, and fll- _ .. t. , T^I'Y^^T*11,*^
speak, on the ground it was his duty t ration plants were no, a succ-ss. Way _0_Ce._ Mentioned aS ', ' "lA A, , lill-l ' 5 '
to deal with these matters in the Complete information bad never yet _ ., .,. . H��* ?LHX?L __ "a'ue" >, ,es
 ������i,     _���..h.n    oi-.i.i.    ,, ...,,,  --___-���_* Pnccki   i_ tion. including home rule for Irelan
J.
Ibe
Attacks Many Interests.
S.   Bryson,  another  member  of
citizens'     committee,    made  the
New  York, Sept.  10���II  la now believed  tbat  Commander Ro: en   Pi ary
win reach  New  Vork about one week council.    Marshall    Sinclair    thought  beiti presented
in advance of Dr. Fredrick A. Cook, they wer. present to endorse or dis-
who is to sail  tomorrow from Copen- approve the action of the council.      .
hagen on    ihe    steamship   Oscai   11.      A,fivd    Hardman    sought  informal
Therefor,, tht. Pearv   -\rtcie Club's ex- tion as to the actual amouni of land j
.lore. tiS   to Submit "he  de- to be flooded    in  the  raising  Of    the|��        1 -i   - i"-'":>        "     n.ent.,.���.-d   a.   ,��� Mr.  Hamm.ui's ,:-,  ,   .,���,,���,���,,,���-
tails of his finding of the North Pole water.      The    order  In    council  had
Possibilities.
Chicago,  Sept  10.���Speculation  as
Bt. J. C-McLennan, head of the
ppartmentof physics of Toronto unl-
Wl, ni In the city cn Thursday,
!��-;_'. b} bis two sisters, tbe
luft Hcbennan. They were the
pis '.:' Sheriff T. .1. Armstrong.
P fe.'t vtsi-r-i.iy  for the east.
before  Or.  Cook   can   have  an   oppor- granted 16,000 acres, and th- amounts
ttinlty  to provide the  proofs in Amer- required by the Vancouve Power Com-
lea,  which     he  has     promised.      The pany   were  variously  stated   from  BOO
polar exploring ship Roosevelt Is ex- to 5500 acres.
pected to leave  Battle Harbor. Labia- Need of Survey.
dor, today and  mav  reach Sydney, C. ,,    ...    ...  .,               ,   '    ,         .,,,
B, 'tomorrow.     There a great recep- *���*'. ^J1^0���6 AAA   ��   '
tion has  ben  planned  for .he expedi- ',a,lr"-v ��   ,h(> amoun    offered by the
,                       ' company compared  with  the valu-   oi
The proof thai Dr. Cook wished to \A tlmber |"�� thp li",'1.,t'' be ^^
submit that be had bo _ to the North |He censured the council for not hav-
Pole,  accompanied     by   two  Eskimos
the outset he had kepi in touch wlthlj. causlng much interest in railroad
tb- position    at    Victoria ta along gtwe.-ally.     No official mt'or-
Complaining     that     everything     had i "^
been done tbat fertile brains of liars matlon Is available until after the
could devise to get powers required next meetings of the Union Pacific
lrom the respective governments, he and Southern Paclbc directors, and
said be bad it on the authority of an  the   opinions   of   railw,lynnm   seemed
d spirit of landlord-
that since tbe lntroductlcu of
Lloyd-George's budget these drastic
proposals have been accepted without
serious demur, but the character ot
the discussion on tbe Burns' bill is
another sympton of the gradual -x-
tlnction of all freedom of debate ia
the House of Commons,
"The till passed under the guillotine closure, which meant that nearly
sixty clauses had to pass in eight
hours. This continual application of
the guillotine closure at  last is rous-
he
em
ix.
devo-
for Ireland,
as part of the general scheme to secure home rule all around.
official of the company if the city of divided  yesterday as to whether one
Budget in Smooth Water.
"The renewal of the budget struggle finds the budget ln comparatively smoother waters. On the licensing
proposals Lloyd-George still is ferociously attacked by some sections of
the liquor trade, but has undoubtedly
made considerable concessions to the
J small dealers, .Specially in Ireland,
and even has run risks with 3onie te<j-
N'ew    Westminster
position,    powers    <
persisted  in   op-1 man   would    succeed    to   Harriman's
if     expropriation Ititles and power, or whether the ex-l
ecutive work oi the systems wou'd be
(Continued   on   Page   Four).
Amateurs  Play   Today,
fn. New Westminster senior aunt
���lacrosse team will journey over1
J Vancouver today to meet the Male Lais at aecreatlcn uark this af-
rnoon. ti���, |ocai i,0ys expect to
|*. wd by bo doing to cinch the
�����1 -Wunsliip for New  Westminster.
until   next
;   from   Co-
TIONS ARE
win not be forthcoming
year, according to ad vici
penhagen,
Story  of   Expidition.
Peary,    expedition tor   the North
Pole    sailed   in   the    Roosevelt  from
Etah  Ford.    August   IS  of    last   year.
l_;e In Fberuary  all hands were :n
excellent   condition   for   the   series   of
onward advances that  were to result
dually   In  the  main   party  of  the expedition  attaining  the  pole.  For that
purpose  Peary  divided  his  expedition
PI tHAi.F.   PV   PdlDn  '" "   a   "umber   of     divisions,   ap-ior-
r_i.[\[.LU Dl   DUAIlU tioning among   them    the fifty Eskimos  about   150  dugs  and    two dozen
'r,ledg_s built especially tor the expedition.
Many Hardships.
At the 86th parallel just as bis
party was close to equaling the record made by Naiisen and beaten by
lAbruzzl, he was compelled to order
the return of Macmlllau, who was
, a,|','It' for th coming provln- sick,
"..'���'���' ���"-'������ ��v,. in,, principal At 86.38, which formed a new ree-
Y'"'l'"''] ''���'"���I :" the meeting of ord tor "rarthesi North," Marvin was
Y '   trol .,:  the R. a. & seni back, and Peary with nlni   men,
'.     ���   "���"������'ii,  arterni    Tli.-re sewn sledges and flfty-flve dogs, kept
I' J   Tra,;, (president)
.ib '('l   .''    1:   Gilley, J, B. Ken-  ty
V ',. ' '       ���     Oil   and   the   manager,   sT.ls    placing    bim    within    1"U   miles
of the pole
left    I'earv
HEKOiC WORK OF
PHYSICIAN IN FAR NORTH
Dr.   Rymer,   Late  of   Edmonton,  Saves
Lives  of   Many   Indians  at  Fort
R.solution.
VANCOUVER ISLAND COAL
now  in  active  charge.
In case a new president is elected,
it is believed in Chicago that it will
J be one of three men���either R. S.
Ixive.t, general counsel and tiie head
YIFin  1 ./MM . TflW . of the ll^al  apartment of the sy_-
I ILLL)   l,_ _U)IUU   1U11U terns;   Julius    Kruttschnltt, who  has
supreme  ccmtrol    over    the  physical
"  (property  and operation  of  the  lines,
, ���.,        ,-    ,        r>   :�����  c��,��.c or J. C. Stulbbs, who has charge of all
of  0,1  as Fuel   in  Pacific  States  u.afflc ^.^ ^ J* ^ gandUng
total fanatics on his own side in somo-
concessions, While the battle on th.
|budget in the House of Commons Is
less, a tenipetuous storm ra^es With
ever-lnci .asing fierceness In the country.
"Asqulth's meeting in Birmingham
will be like a national Liberal pllgrm-
age. Two balls are now engaged Instead of one, special trains are running from all parts of the country,
and Birmingham at last and for the
first time for nearly a quarter of a
century really Is Invaded in force iby
the  enemies of Chamberlain  bosslsm.
Reduces Imports From 75 to 30
Per Cent.
phibition Directors  Discuss  Arrange-
m:nts for Fair���Lacrosse for
Three   Days.
At
Edmonton,  Sept.  10.���News of    the
heroic  and  self-sacrificing work  of a
physician In far northern Canada at jomYtonY reports "Consul A. Smith
Fort Resolution on the southern shore gevisity-five per cent of the coal from p��,je .,,,.
of Ureal Slave lake, lms just been this source formerly was shipped to
brought to the City by R. E. Stagg, the United States, Consul Smith de-
who for the past five years has been clares, but owing to the increased use
in charge of Hi-lop & Naegle's tur 0f crude oil for fuel in the Pacific
DOBt at Fori Resolution Mr. Stagg coast cities, Shipments to this coun-
was  at   one   time   In  the   employ  ot  try were reduced io 30 per
of the vast commerce annually trans- Jb'' Tm*�� >'ave received some small
ported over the Harriman systems. ""ease of hope through  Lord  Rose-
herys alliance always is doubtful and
Cancer   Caus-d   Dea*.h. capricious   and   more   than   likely   to
Vienna,    Sept.    10.���Prof.    Adolph rouse a kener spirit  among the  Lib-
. IStruempell,    the    Vienna      specialist erals, who resent Rosebery's apostasy
j.    llle    coat .���,>,,,,���  ._,.
island   col-
whom the late E. H.  Harriman came  In so many points from the traditions
on.     Hai'iieii continued ��ith the par-
mitil  he  bad  attained a  point   at
icelved applications     The  return  of  Bartleti
���nt owln :   '    ' ���' ;-'  vendors,  with  six  men.   six   Bledges  and  onlj
li,.,,  .,' (aci that contracts I tony dogs tor the  last  stage ot the
IM:,,, V '^""'i with ���). c I dash to the pole
Tl,,.,   " -    and   the   senior;     Peiirv   then   dashed   forward  amidst
I Hz ""s"
Koss BroB. iii Edmonton, but ici 1904
left for the nprth where he has since
lived and ei gaged in the tur trade.
The physician, who has sacrificed
the luxuries of civilization tor the
benefit of the Indians of north* :
Canada, is Dr. Rymer, of England,
who spei i Borne time In Edmonton
and left tor the north early In thi
spring' of 1908. After an adventur-
ou. trip In which he nearly |osl ids
life in the Cascade rapids on the Ath saved
by the capsizing of tb
Washington,     Sept.
output of  the  Vancouver  lsmnq  coi- to Europe to consult, now admits that of Gladstone,    indeed many Liberals
lieries  last  year  aggregated l.-'tO.lOjJ wh-_   ,,_   _aw   Harrimaia    in  juiy   lie and all the Irish Nationalists are de-
diagnosed  his    complaint    as cancer,  lighted  to see Rosebery's final disap-
Struempel]    has   s-.-nt the pearance from  the Libera]   ranks as
following signed statement to the As- that of a  traitor inside the camp.
sociated Fi.ss:
"I   diagnosed   Mr.   Harrlnian's   com-    "~
plaint as carcinoma of the stomach
the -id of July. I could not, ot
course, communicate thi. diagnosis
to previous Interviewers, bm i advised Mr, Harriman's American physicians thai conditions did not indi-
cate that an operation was hopeless.
l hastened Mr. Harrtman'B departure
homeward."
nt.
The total coal output tor all ��'
British Columbia was 1,677,849 tons,
valued at $6,872,472,
arly  stages
which he treated In the
resulted  In  cures.
Saved   Many   Lives.
-To,,    greai    a  tribute cannot   be
paid   to   th,-   doctor"   said   Mr,   Stngg.
"tor i,v   ids efforts many  lives were
No oilier physician was avail-  * ' ' "  -
i.e.i  n 'er
lli'-lisi
t* attrai: ons
Suggest Marathon.
PlWtor4*^ ftgata��l a erant of
h MokJS fmateur MaraU"�� race,
ffWWsh s,',, " co5nooUon with the
Pttebau , , A 'lml als" B��t to have
l^oush I, flH,llKlll matches as pro-
I1 tOOtbali m"V,','1vl''r- ll '8 yt possible
K �� S,hr C . m'dy be bro^t off
l*>e voted!     '        Ilu Knun ta aid will
|MU hJrtlSS Benlor lft0��>�� . match
PUjed on Tuesday
Nn
leeway Hi cl,1,lu,re��'a day. Wed-
i:^^a,)o-B,v-��^to
f matches | the greatest  dulu ultli
imaged othor ex-; Pole Itself,
to the North
I'i. day,
the open-
llle<l far .,_'!.."'_ ,.has >'el 'been set-
"tractions
ea, for sports and
y. Music,
C0n��Wwft_��5lOn Af m,1Blc receivod
I10"- ArmlA,ne "e, Ml8S"0n- Ver"
_m Seattl, -A AM s"vera' b!��ds
"fl *'�� be ier, VH :'nKa��"mi-nts, and
tee, K 1( ft to the music commit-
Amplications for
QUEBEC   FISHERMEN
MOB  THE   BUYERS
able   and   If   be   had   not   been   there
COW In W.I   I- he was going down the   much   greater   suffering  -and  loss    of
river      [t., ohed   Fori   Resolution   nVl. would hav,. taken place."
early'In Roe of last year. Or. Rymer went to the north alto-
' Malignant Fevdr Brake Out. gether  unaccustomed  to    life in    the
Shortly  alter his  arrival a  malign-  wilds  but  he has  gradually  gained  "
ant   tever   broke  out   among   the   ln   knowledge   of   tin
dians aad other residents.    Hundreds bought  experience
C.aspe     Que..    Sept.      10.���Serious  were attacked  by  the disease   which  most   valuable man
trouble   bas   broken   out    among   the   flrst   affected   the  'bowels   and   after-        Worked  i    Hii  Own  Expense,
fishermen   at  POX   river,  about   forty iwaidj  , d  to brain  disorder. 'All Mt work was done bust >our at
miles from here. The trouble is said I ,n this trying situation Dr. Rymer | Ills own expense. said Mr. Stagg.
to b_ caused bv local agitators over I ^ lold of the cases with more than Kill tbe people of Port Resolution
the pric! of fish      On T.esday about |JXS ������� ^ "y his efforts bun -|hav��� had PiUtlonsJItgntd Md_l*tw
country   by   hard
and  now he ls a
Trains  Will   Stop.
Portland,  Or.,  Sept.   10.���Vlce-Pres-
Idenl     and     General     Manager  .1.  l*.
of the Harriman railway
s><tr-iii i_i Oregon has received Instructions from New Vork to slop all
trains on bis division tor one minute
tl 3:30 o'clock, New York time, on
Sunday afternoon, as a mark of respect to the dead financier.
SASKATCHEWAN READY
TO OPEN UNIVERSiT.
Professorial   Staff  Arrives���Fees   Will
Be Only $30 a Year for All the
Classes.
BUSY   TIME   FOR   POLICE.
Saskatoon, Sept. 10,���The 'board of
governors of the University of Saskatchewan finished tbelr labor, yesterday, and tbe announcement waa
made that the examinations will begin on Sept. 21, Tht. prospects for a
large attendance are good. Candidates
600 men assembled around the ***&* dreds of lives were saved,    Ills dlag Ithe
Two-thirds of a  Man  Kicked Up  Big far degrees must pass the matricula-
.      .   r>,,�� tion examinations at appointed times.
now in *,eii��. Students of mature years are admlt-
Henry Price, the remains of a man ted to such classes as they  wish to
_  physically aud morally, gave the city enter provided they have been quall-
govemmem  and'Tt'.s "likely" thiit   police a   busy   time   yesterday,   when tM to take the course    which    sucl��
-. ��  _""���  "������     -,'  _ , ",r     ���_,   h��� ���.iii .,��� -iver. mm.   .s_i,,i���n<-.> this  <hey    arrested    hlm    for    vagrancy- classes require,    lt ls expected    that
llstiment. of W. Frulng and A. C. &inosig of the ca.s reached to tht. seat  ho will he Riven eonie ..slstame ^  ^^^    m|nug  .   |eg  __d  __ many 8ladl^.  ���������  Kttltlemen   ^^nt
W. Hyman & Sons, demanding $4 P*:ri0f the disease and most or the cast- ,v ar,  arm  and  With only a thumb on  the jn Saskatoon will take advantage ol
quintal for flsh throughout the season   ^^^=^^^^=^^====i=;^==^a_-!= ...______-! '  remaining   hand,   showed    possession the   opportunity   of atUndlng one or
and the cancellation of all hook | - - of a vicious nature, and a strength more of the classes In such subjects
debts. Thes,. the firms declined '��� D-_.,������-.��. A trnmst Cl Mother j which made it a matter of no small a�� English history and modern lan-
do owing to the present state of tM J-CTJUtJr _"��5***����*��* ���* "' Idlffl.ulty to land him ln the cell. The g_agi��3. The flees are low, .30 a
markets.       The   crowd   then   mobDOd
the    agent    representing    H.vm.iii   * | MnifCFlir  ��JV lWMOniT&QI   fOUCC IwRRing without a Ucfnse, and  using for   anyone   taking   three,     or   wore
Sons, seriously wounding him.   They
then Intercepted Mr. Brien, the man]
re I _   D       AM       _ IDI*       i charge was    vagrancy,    drunkenness, Vt,ttr for all classes and $5 per class
oOtiSM sSy JVsOntreal iOllCe begging without a license, and using for  anyone   taking  three.
ager of Frulng & Co., and w Hist six - io���Extraordinary offered   $25   and   |6   respectively  for
men  held  him and  lashed  him to a,    Montreal.   sepl-   iu �����.ml_ed going before   the  Royal  Commission
fence, one or two others struck bim  evldtfJCe of how the. police Pron"����� and  ropeatlng evidence against their
ta the face and another held a revoi- . rib^ w Henri Qouiet, a young uoy, mother   that    had     previously   been
e Eates"__i'rnm"8  K"'  I)0��l"��ns   at
,YIlY or the ����m
, - be dei
1 IB Hi,.
'" nntlfv
tnlttee8'
lK^^zi0lz,i^ot
come down  the coast  to Grand Grove  by  t*�� ^tomea
and Oaspe  It  the  request Is not tub ^  " ^^ ^-^ they wei-: vi.iev
tilled  today. lo
abusive language on the srteets. Cap- classes. Those wishing to take one
tain Pittendrlgh ordered him to leave class or less than three, $6 per class,
the city within two hours or work with .2 additional for registration.
tt hard labor tor three months In j The staff for the coming year In
.all. With an tasolent air and Yan- arts and sciences Is as follows: Pro-
kee accent the prisoner immediately j feasor of philosophy, W. C. Murray.
corder's Court. The j requested that the magistrate remit L.L.D.; professor of mathematics, Gv
evidence repeated!the Sentence and grant him a license h. Ling, Ph. D.; professor of history,.
so   as to   clear:to  beg in the city, a request which
e  charge  of con-', was promptly refused.
and   economics,  B.  H.  Oliver,  Pli.O.;
professor of English and French, R. -_
George Vande- \    John Countryman, whose wife seeks ! Bateman, MA.; assistant professor of
lac, a pi-omlnent citizen of the north  to   place   him    on  the    Slwash   list,
from their mother's end,   and an  old   time  rival of  Aid. j failed to appear in answer to the sum-
given a late tuppei'  Proulx   Chairman of the Police Com- mons  to  him, and a bench  warrant
*" ������      - ���-'-" ,.wa3 Issued.
classics, A. Moxon, B.A., B.C.L.
The professors are expected to
reach the city about the middle of
September.
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PAGE  TWO
TH ..   DA [J.Y   NEWS.
SATURDAY.    SEPT-
MBEr
vertiseme
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC.
Ihi! m���V\had 9. 'd d0"a�� t0,r" a   mty "ntS "^  dld "0t 'et the  pe��P,e kn��W anythln9 about '*��� he woul" "*t "'I ���"*      You  must ,e" the Pe��P'�� what you have to sell, why they should    ourch
thing of the value you offer them ,���  return  for their money.      Too many of u. have  got the habit of thinking that because we  have been a  long .1���  in  business  everyone  mus. of  n ce.sityf"'   'IT   ^ ^  .on,,.
wares.      Use the  advertising  columns of The Dally News and keep abreast of the times. W ab"ut u�� and our
IB" MR. N. HARTMAN, OF THIS
city, calls at The Daily News ollice.
he will receive a letter addressed
to him.
TO. RENT���COMFORTABLE. FUR-
nlshed bedrooms, reasonable terms.
S28 Royal avenue. 209-14
WANTED���JANITOR AND MBS-
senger, Apply in person ai the
Roya]  Hunk of Canada. 209-3
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply Mrs. J, P, Hampton Dole, 129 Third avenue, corner
of Second streei.
LOST���A BLACK POINTER I'll
from Agnes street, Friday after
noon. Return to B. C. Cigar Factory, 625 Columbia  street.
LOST���SETTER DOG WHITE WITH
black lips; hinder kindly return to
.1. E. Allen, car,, of E. J, Fader,
Northern  Crown   Hank 207tf
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
FOR THK BEST VALUE IN GKO-
cerles, phone 11SG. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. 0. Hox Sli.
WANTED���A NURSE GIRL. AP-
ply Mrs. Dv. Jones, Russell Hotel,
207-6.
WANTED���HOUSEKEEPER, APPLY
Arthur Bradley, City P. O.
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE ROOM
cottage furniBhed, near Lord Kelvin school. Apply 724 Princess
Btreet.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
svt with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One   pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Daily  News offlce.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. .1. McNeil. Over T. Ovens-
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and palmed.      All work  guaranteed.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N    DRAPER,   B.   C.   LAND
��� <veyor.      Ellard block,  New
minster, B, C.
SCR
\\ est-
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards sre on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store. J. G. GamonB 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stor*
and "The  Fair,''  Columbia sireet.
LOST���LADY'S GOLD RING. 10k..
with emerald set in hack. Finder
please return to this ofiliv and receive reward.
WANTED���TO
nished house,
fice.
RENT,      A      FUR-
Apply at News Of-
WANTED���A FEW VACANT LOTS
in city; give price, terms and legal
description. Peers    &    Ramsay,
New Westminster. l.S-B
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boys in the B. C. Cigar Factory at
ctiee,	
ROOMS TO RENT.
TcTT_T^n__Knr^Flu)^^    HEI.
room, 701 Agnes street, near Carne-
gie Library. 207tf.
TO RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two men. Apply after
5 p.m. at 609 Trew street, near
Daily News Block. 207tf
TO    RENT���FURNISHED     ROOMS.
Terms moderate.      Apply  713  Vic- ,
toria street.  :
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSI.,
with bath. $12 per month. Apply
Mo watt street, 230 Eleventh street.
MONEY  TO  LOAN
MONEY TO IX) AN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan. P. O., New Westminster.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. A. STANDISH, AN EXPER-
b need and first-class dressmaker,
bas opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 1 i, Smith block, bJ.j Columbia street.    A trial  requested.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES at CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���   :
City,  farm  and  suuurban  property, '
260 Columbia street.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where ibe
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered,
LIVERY   STABLE.
KING UP 250 FUR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front sued, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES- |
tate and insurance.  Phone 335. 166
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box !
556,  phone 334.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to   loan.   744   Columbia  Street.
ARCHITECTS.
|W.  D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion'Trust block.
ELECTRICAL W0RK5.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia street.  New  Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE _ EDMONDS, HARRIS
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Hlock. Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L,  Ed mends.
WADE, WHEALLER & MoQDARRlE
(P, C, Wade, K. C. A. Whealler. VV.
Q. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 12 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 113). and the Vancouver of
fice Is at No. 5, Royal Hank Chambers.   .��>S  Hastings Street  west.
GEORGE E- MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block. Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster.  B.  C.
WE   BUY   AND  ski i
and all  kind, ������ _,
a Speck,
band goods
ofllce.
''X'llXiT.REl
W   'I'I   S-C0B_
n<*r Tm.
STENOGRAPHY    _   y,^
Tl.rJ
FREEMAN     BUNTING     m,
Guichon Id.. ,.    To.��*
CUSTOM        SI
Typewriting,
NOORAPHY    am,
letters,     etc.      7^^
lumbla siren,     Pho'^",,
Ce  office, c.
THEATRES,
Die    sueet.       Plrts-cia*.   ,,,���.,.. J
Pictures;   I lustrate. Mngl. ���4
Monday,  Wednesday ��_, ft^"
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
Game, Vegetables, etc.
opp. Windsor Hotel.
EDWIN  G. W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomluing, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin. Mus. Bac., city. A line
will bring hlm.
W       MYERS    GRAY
Solicitor and Notary Public.    Curtis |
block. Clarkson  streel. Opposite  the
Court House.      P. O. Box 196.    Tel- |
ephone 61.
BARRISTER | THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNeJ
Columbia   and   El '.-':     H'.-c-_J
moving pictures,  Illustrated sonej
Program .-hanged Monday, ftedw
day and Friday,
PRINTERS.
TAILORS,
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing.      Midget loose  GALVIN, LADIES' ANU MEN'S tt
leaf ledgers;   Cowle Carbon  Papers.
Pbone    55,     P.  O.    Box  142.      Old
Dally  News  Block, Sixth Btreet.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &.    CAFE'
Tickets.   21   meals   for   tl.       Home
cooking. All  white cooks; no Oriental labor employed.      Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
lorlng.     A new   lino  of fall
ing just In.     Buttos making, pteil
ing and repairing.    K< .m ., s_;|
block.    Entrance! 625 Columtiia _
and 264 Clarkson Bt   Phone K0�� 1
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soil!), fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORMS
Co., bank, ollice and store tump
cabinet. s:air. showcases, ma*
and detail work. Designs a;d eit
mates furnished. J Brookes, jr
prletor. Works: Corner Efctsl
and car line. P, 0. box Hi! rttl.
473.
REAL   SNAPS
In order to keep our tailor, busy until Fall trade starts, ��� we are
going to offer some real snaps in our tailoring department. Ten fine
worsted   suits,   regular  $35.00   for
$28.00
Fifteen   haavy tweed   in   Scotch and Irish goods, to clear at
$25.00
These   are   rare   bargains   as  every  one   is   winter  waight.       Our
ready to wear department is brim full of all the latest goods at from
$6.50 to $22.00
YOUR   MONEY   BACK   IF    NOT   ENTIRELY  SATISFIED.
THE HUB
H. ROBERTSON, Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal   Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watcaes for Ladies from J12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors   from   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
STRIP DEVOTEES OF
THEIR WORLDLY VANITIES
"Bisl^bp  Hornor's  Followers  Lose Valuable Jewelry in a Peculiar
Manner,
Ivanhoe, Ont., Sept. 10���A large
portion of the inhabitants ot Hastings
county are being stripped ot their
watches, rings, jewelry and othor
worldly vanities. Tne jewels are
thrown into heapB under the trees lu
Tanners, grove near the village of
Ivanhoe, which is about 25 miles to
the north of Belleville, the camp
meeting ground of the sect known as
Hornorites who opened their annual
meeting today. The groimd under
the main tent where the meetings are
held is covered by a couple of feet
of hay into which tn�� devotees sink
after they work themselves into a
eort  of  trance.
Here they lie for hours, or until
their friends carry them out. The,
Hornorites- have a valuable plant, |
they have Tanners Grove rented for
a long time and have established a
large summer colony with tents awd
houses,
The head of the sect, Bishop Horner, lives in Ottawa, and goes about
the country constantly, holding camp
meetings at various places.   The service   resennbles   the   service   of     the
Methodist  church  with  the exception
that after the service the devotees are
invited   to   a   bench,   when,   they   all
kneel and pray every one aloud and
each apparently striving to outdo tin-
others.    With two  or  three  hundred
praying in thai  manner the din maybe heard for miles.    Many of the wo
men get hysterical.
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell   Hotel.
Edward G. Taylor, Victoria.
R. D. Hendry and  wife, Rock Bay-
Mrs. Edwards, Vancouver.
A. Q.  Skinner,  Helena,  Mont.
W. N. H. Hood, Toronto
W.  H. Jacques, Victoria
B. Cooper, Toronto.
A. P. Knox, Victoria.
D. A. McKee, Ladner.
Mrs.   W.   Kennedy,   Pembroke
Miss M. Kennedy, Pembroke.
Frank  I. Dixon, Toronto.
H. Wright, Vancouver.
11.  Doerksen,  Nelson.
T. H. Birmingham, Toronto.
R.   McKerrow,  Toronto.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
!    The condition of the old bridge is
'not  considered    safe    for    vehicular
traffic,  and  the  public generally are
cautioned  against     hauling   loads  of
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do no after
this notice must take all the risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNOAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall,  New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
Windsor Hotel.
J. A. McLean, Vancouver.
F. H. Karsedt, Langley.
J. H��ld, Langley.
H. Tltmus, Langley.
Mrs.   Christman,   Nlcomen   Island.
Addison Nahrgang, Vancouver.
Daniel  R.  Cooper, Silverdale.
J. O. Manzer, Silverdale.
F. J. NiUiols, Agasslz.
John McKenzie, Vancouver.
O. J. Marston, Webster's Corners.
D. Carter, Vancouver.
B. G. Hegener, Vancouver,
James Ker, Vancouver.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver ll p.m., going direct to Settle dally except Wednesday,
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver 1
.m., dally for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
���ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday,
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria lor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST COAST ROOTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Qiiat.lno and way
ports; twentieth of each month f'��r
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVERNANAIMO ROUTE.
.   S.S. Joan.
Leave  Vancouver  2  p.m. dally,  except Sunday.    Leaves  Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une IS and July 2.
Opera  House Bookings.
Sept. 16���Knight For a Day
Sept. IS.���The Tlmo, place and the
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement D-iys
Oct. fi.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle
Oci. IS���Scottish Concert.
Oct. 20.���O. Henry's New Opera
"Lo."
Oct, 2S���The Climax,
Nov.  I  and 2.���The Shepherd King. I
Nov.  4��� Parisian  Model.
Nov.  111.���Human  Hean,s.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane
V. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tfrt_. Assets over $168,000,000.00.
��IBW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 11.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
For   reservations   and   information
call or address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent Victoria.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME.
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Doiiiin.cn Lands with
In the railway belt in British Cojum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person who is Did sole head Of a lamil)
or any male over 1. years Of age, io
the extent of on.-ijiiurter section oi
1UU acres, more or less.
Entry must bo made personally at
the local laud ollice for the district
lu which the land ls situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, b. made on
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform thg conditions connected therewith under one ot the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six. months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne
father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm ln the vicinity ol
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied hy
such person residing with tbe tather
or mother.
(3) if tbe settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him In the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be sati-fiod by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing sliould
be given to the commissioner of Do
minion lands at Otlawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining  rights  may   be
leased   for    a   period  of    twenty-one
years at  an  annual   rental  of  $1   per
acre.      Not   more    than    2560   acre.
Bhall  be  leased   to  one  individual  or
company.      A royalty  at the rate oi
five cents per ton  shall  bp collected
Ion the merchantable coal mined.
W. W   CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized    publication   of
this advertisement wlll    not be paid
for.
S. S. TRANSFER
The  steamer  Trangfei    ��....1
Brackman-Ker wharf everj week(
afternoon, except Saturday, _i   :
for  Ladner, Steveston aad war port
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to Nl
Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning,   leaves   Steveston er et
week day morning, except Friday,
Additional    trip   Monday  _ mill
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This  schedule    subject   to cfcangj
without notice. ^^^^_
For freight and passenger rates ip|
ply to
ROBERT JARDINB,
Manaper
flfibt Canadian Pacificj
mm     Railway Co.
Three Trains Daily
WITH       FIRST-CLASS     PULLMAN|
TOURIST  AND   DINING CAR
Imperial Limited leaves at ..9:051-*
Atlantic  Expres.  leavJs ��t 7:W P-1"'
St. Paul Express at 2:'��^'
For reservations and other "*""''
tion
C B. FOSTER. E. GOlbKt
G. P. A., Vancouver.    CP.R. ��"
The Question
Where to buy lurnlture <--uvii_ M*8
aa good
Is Answered
by  directing you to the store �� e
'    largest stockd^
Lifebuoy Soap i8 delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet. l��� hot
weather. For washing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and
purifies. ������
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARUROSS, ATLIN
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIR-'
BANKS. Dully trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White lloree. maintaining
a thorough winter norvlce.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
"The Milwaukee"
"Tha  Pioneer Limited,"    St.  Paul to
Chicago, "8hort   Line,"  Omaha    to
ChlcaflO,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains ln  the  service  on    an>
railroad  in  the  worM that  equal  ln
equipment that  of  the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul  Railway.      They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons  an excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Alder. Portland. Or
of all kiDd3
iirtW
you can see th. .__
and second-hand good
the city.
I have a splendid Cream ��
or sale, nearly new. , v0_
Com. and see how much more^
can  get for your   money npie
elsewhere. trp.
Repairing of guns, umbrella* ��'
vrlters, and  light automatic ����
ry and bicycles a speclaltj
ry ana dic.cicb a ��f	
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORt
Man on tt* ��"Ml
Columbia St.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
phone
wfflce 'Phone Us.     Pirn
Columbia Street
red    prompt'
13?
Baggage
delivers
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW8
any part of tbe
city.
OFFICE���TRAM SEPTEMBER   11, tW
|rr��nAY'	
!S*7^CHo7cE    MEATS
^    LAANOSA-ACE.
ATTH-
Ll Meat Market
THE D.AILY NEWS
PAGE THRJUS.
gt _n��    Fifth A��eBlW
PHONE  ��7tt
|0WEUL*����D-"rOOr'-,Or'
CANADIAN PACIFIC
'" B.U. Coast SS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
ft   ��� ��� II
_.
T^Tr��_Tr_T7_     r
11
%/_(HI_l*��
MOOSE JAW SASK.
lift ��� pip :;i
��� ;��(   t_L_       . /   ���    r&   it/  ad? 4  yi"..j
"-i        - lg
I - - AAiWiY-
-      -������'���','-    -_>_   ____
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M.nr
iSMmMm
���  ��� ' '    '    1',    .;        l !',' ;
i(<y.   *& fjjj fqi f3U_^!fi>' ��� ��� '���- ���
>A     _/J B ��T. pjj E2!   ^   ..-'.   tf|,
.-ill!
geattle-Dally at 11 pJ. direct
ioTm. via Victor-,
1.   a.m.   and
fo ���
'viiUa-Daily at
^Alaaka-Bvery   Saturday at U
-, prince Rupert-Every Saturday
111 P-D1-      .  Island���Second
r��� Queen ( Bar"       ,,,
,.Mii of ea  i month,
���;./:..,   anion   Comox-Tue*
i   it 2 p.m.; Saturday
l^nalmo-Dally at 2  p.m.
[FROM NEW  WESTMINSTER.
iv,,,.- r tot  to    Chilliwack
*"*%,i��   Sv inner      lb-aver
Ii    -..: 6 a.m. on Mon-
".,;,,      ,, |   Friday:   return-
tt   7   a-m.  on
vi Saturday.
Cftrt-er particular, call or id-
ED GOULET, Agent,
New Westminster.
C   B   Poster,
... ��� I,, a   Pass   Agent,
Vnncouver,  13.  0-
ICELANDERS WAR
ON TUBERCULOSIS _
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Dread Disease  Is on Increase in Bleak
Island   of   tha   Par   Northern
Sea,.
>yal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
,_! Paid up $ 4.700.000
Kjrve Fund      5,400,000
jl Asstts 55,000,000
���     -  wi rautei _���_������.-:     - ��� - \
���?l&��m$kA ��� ���
J_.':i-i.'a,i^:i  v>_^___��____..
This is the Wonderful New Flour
that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.
Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,
largest mill on the prairies.
Made with the determination  to   give users   better   flour-value, greater
certainty cf   baking-success,  fuller  satisfaction with  the final   result,   whether
with biscuits, cake or bread.
Housewives throughout all the Test admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.
Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for vou.
This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    Te use this paper
merely to give the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
It Is the K-u.apant.e_ flour.     If you are  not satisfied with lt  arte,   two fair- trials,
ask   your grocer foe your money back     He will give lt to you.
Add  more water than  u-.ua!  when   using Robin Hood Flour     Mads of such
hard, dry wheat. It absorbs moro moisture   producing a larger, whiter loa.f.
The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours
you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference
every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits.
SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
LIMITED I
Moose Jaw, Sask.
w#taiftfo_*>*'
London, Bept. 10.���Tourists in
bind during the present season might
pay a porfltable visit to tbe new sanitarium for consumptive patients
which is now in course of construction and is in be opened next yetr
According to a liritish consular re- '
port, the B'te Is about two miles from
I Reykjavik (the capital) and is situated "in the most healthy surround-'
lings that could be obtained." The inception ot the idea or establishing
the Institution Is in Itself calculated
to excite sympathetic Interest,
As medical statistics showed that
tbis dread disease wa* on tin- Increase
In the island, the Icelandic Odd Fellows aook the Initiative In the man r
,of forming t society tor the prevention of tuberculosis iti the tutumn of
1908, and met with Immedlai success. Bj a general oontrl mtlon til
over the country t sum of no.nun to
40,000 kroner (tboul 18 kroner equal
to an English [.ound has been raised
the Icelandic ^^^^^^^^^^^^
150,000 kroner toward Hi,.- erection oi
a bouse, and the Althing (parliament)
bus granted 10,000 krener toward the
oosi of maintenance,
The total initial cost of uv Institution, Including furnishing, for Hfty or
sixty   patients,   is   estimated   at   not
Notice Is hereby given that the
/oters' Ust for the year 1909 has
een completed, and that tbe same
may be seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to th,- said Voters' List, or any elector wbo shall desire lo have any name
erased therefrom; must prefer his or
her request In writln_. Signed witli
bis or her name, and shal) deliver or
cause to be delivered to the City
Iw_ Cb-rk within the time herenbefore
Bpcifled.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerli.
City   Clerk's   Offlce.   New   Westminster, B. C., September 3. 1909.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
FIRST   STREET   SEWER   NOTICE.
Pursuant to Section 2<l of the "Local Improvement General by-law,
1.1)9." notice Is hereby given thai the
assessment roll of the "First Street
Sewer" local Improvement is open for
Inspection at tli, offlce of the Assessor In the Ciiy Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and in ca ���<���
the owii.-r or any person Interested m
any of thie properties Included therein
desire   to  appeal   from  such   assess-
,,  . ment be shall, within the period of
.een nusea eleyen (11) (,.lVs from Uli, first    ul)U.
treasury    guaranteed caUon of (hls _otlc.,   _,_. _oUce (0
the undersigned in writing of his Intention  to appeal.
Dated this Hist day of August, A. D.
1909, W, A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date  of flrst   publication,   31st  day
more than 180,000 to 200,000 kroner.
Thus the Inauguration nnd maintenance of this benefit-en: scheme may
be considered assured
of August, 1909.
Railway Time Tables
RUPTURtD LUNGS
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
WeeK Day Scneouie.
Cars leave Vancouver ior .New West-
FILL BODY WITH AIR  miMter ai ��iu ��ou 7 -u una *:ijo
a.m., aud every half hour thereafter
  until 11:30
|_ and out of town  accounts  soli-
I-:
SAVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT
Irorelsm and Domestic Exchange and
Trireliers' Cheques  bought and Bold.
"...    . transfers effected,
Ixtw Wwtmlnster, B.  C.  Branch,
F  SHUTE,  Manager.
;!i::nn.aj_____L
iCMJOTKN PACIFIC
HUHTIC STEAMSHIPS
IliLLc^c^E-
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Northern  Crown  Bank
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN PEOPLE.
!covered   that   $80   was   missing  from
Every   Breath   Helps   Swell   the   Body
of the Victim of an Unfortunate
Accident.
her pocketbook. ard she issued war
rants for the arr-st of John and���the
other twin.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL  ...   .
.$6,000,000
.$2,200,000
i
���
���
������_���.���_���_���.���.���_���. ���.���.���.���*
MARKET
REPORT
Thrifty people who use ou Savings Bank Department will find
It convenient and will receive every courtesy, wheth.r their account
be  large or small.    Savings Depatmentg at every branch.
' Ton it. Sinl it to your advantage
pirrugeyour booking at this offlce
|ietller!     Intend to travel or send-
5 for your friends.
Froir Montreal and Quebec.
Impress of Ireland    Sept. 24th
mpress of Britain    Oct.   gth.
er dates and particulars ap
ly to
K. GOULET.
C. P. R.  Agent.
��� Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New Westminster.
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���.
GETS SAND INSTEAD OF
Hire rifle while sitting near the railway bridge beside the lower end of
Lansdowne avenue. According to boys
it'll CO flC nillCUTCD who were there, elgnt men secured
A-tlLO   Ui   UAUUnl til a  keg of beer this morning and  car
jrled H covered with a bag to an empty
 ��� I box car on a siding.   A crowd of 'boys
some  of   the   oldest
WHEN GOING EAST
|ASK THK TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER.
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
|��. ; T.-ia- Every Day in the _eac
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE 1 ha in OP FAME
TBE      NORTH-WESTERN,        LTD.
1,:   ��� ' i   west  and   i,est  ideas
l��r COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
1JX,1''V. it is lighted wiih both
'' . the mo., brilliant
I train In the world. Th��
1   oi private eompart-
: ws, standard ie section Bleep
Los  Ange|es     Woman   Claims  Crema
tory  Managerr>:nt Perpetrated
Rank Fraud,
���
_     _ J
��� _���_���_���.���.���.���.���.���.���.���:*���_
Tby market yesterday was w'ell at-
t-nded and a good amount of business
was transacted, all lines being well
represented with the possible excep-
tlons of vegeables and potatoes, for
which the demand is limited as yet.
There was a much larger supply ol
'beef than was offered last Week, and
all was disposed of readily, Mutton
was not as good a supply, lamb wa_
in larger quantities, and both were In
good demand. Pork showed much
stronger than for some time, the demand being improved iby the cooler
weather now prevailing. The supply
\v;i5 comparatively large but the demand was sufficiently strong to cause
the price to advance tu as high as
12c. There was plenty of veal and
a good demand for prime meat of
medium weight.
Egg. Sieadied at the high price set
last week, all being sold readily at
40c wholesale. The suppy was as
good as recent weeks, thr price being
New York, Sept. 10.���With air entering the tissues through ruptured
lungs until  not only  the    body    but
arms   and   legs   have   become   nearly ,     ,___
double the normal s^ze, Anthunv Natle , p._ ,���.������ v ���. ...    ,    ,
lies  in   the   Passaic  General   Hospital j CarS leave New   Westminster  I
in a highly serious condition.
Natte   wa-.  injured  ln   a    runaway,'
by being thrown out.   Tbe   carriage
passed  over  bim,    breaking    several
ribs and rupturing the lung..
When   the   party   reached     Jersey
j City the injured men cuniplained that
'his arms  felt as if they  were burst-
leg.    Examination  showed   they  were
kt atly   swollen.    His face  also  look-
led  bloated.
The doctors on removing his cloth
(p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver lor .New  Westminster at 8:00 and .;0u a.m., aud
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
~__
couver at Sum a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. List
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J, McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
Great   Northern  Railway.
iV. N.W. 8:50  a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:35
p.m.
Lv.   N.  W.  11  a.m.;
55
jwent  over and   -^^^^^^^^^^^_
" I were given liquor.   Among tbem were
Gus.  Cullen,  aged 17, and  John  Travers, aged  16.    Cullen  is  the owier B��?a," re?��nl ������.��, ,..,.,.
of a 22 calibre ritlle.    After be had upheld by the strong demand.   Butter
..   ,    ,,,.,   ���thp.iwas   plentiful   and  advanced slightly,
;  at   2.'ic  whob sale  and  3Uc retail.    Birds were strongly in evidence
ine uo-_>i_ un ivm-.._0 ��� . p.m.
ing found  tne eiitii.  body  puffed out, lv_ j.. \y, 4:32 p.m.;
jas  if  it   had   been  inflated   with   air.   p.m.
;That, indeed, was the explanation of _,v. N. W, 12:10 a.m.;
its appearance.    The injury had made  a.m.
,no superficial beak, and as there was Lv. Seattle S:05 a.m.;
thus no vent for the air that perccl-  p.m.
ated   through   the   punctures  In    the Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
lungs it  stayed  behind to  inflate the  u m.
ibody.   It could not break iis confine- Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
ment  because  the  skin  remained  In- a.m.
, tact. _\
Remedies  t0  mind  the  broken  na-  p.m.
iturai bellows were applied, ibut they
I brought no response for fully twenty-
four hours, tlie body meanwliie steadily  gaining in  size, and the  inflama-
ititta Involving every part, even to tbe
xtreniities.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
ar.  Seattle
ar. Seattle 9:40
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:55
;   ar. N. W. 9:30
ar. N.W. 6:20
ar. N.W. 6:25
Iaos Angeles. Cai., Sept. 10, -
Complications arising out of a
demand for the settlement of a crematory bill resulted iu an Investigation by the d.-troit attorney of a complaint filed by Mrs. Francis Pello,
who alleges that Instead of the ashes
of her daughter the crematory company turned over to her tn ui'n Containing common sand.
Mrs. Pello refuse^ to Pty on the
ground thai the substitution was in
th,. nature of a fraud.
got about fifty feet from the other .���
group, Travers, who had a rifle called .o|1 >
after him: "If you go borne I will kill
you." Travers pulled the trigger and
Kellr dropped- Supported by bis
friends he walked home, and the Qoc-
tor was called and he was sent to the
hospital.
cha
.     lin n
���   ear,
reclining
���   free),   modern  day
��W*ei and bullet, library and siuok-
Ine oars
USED SEA GULLS
A_ HIS MODEL
LOVER ELOPES WITH
THE WRONG TWIN |jj
F"r Tim
**�� information can 0
Tables,   Folders, or  nny
n or write
F W. PARKER.
��� Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash,
ln the market building and generally
found a good demand, prices show ng
a tendency  to advance.      Fowl were
a  good   supply  and   the  demaud  was
equal  to the supply.      Chicken  were 1
plentiful  and all sold  readily  at  quo-!
tatious.      The supply of broilers was
only fair, but the demand was good, |
prices   obtained   proving   satisfactory,
and   varying    according    to  size and
condition.      Ducks  are  gradually   becoming  scarcer  and   the  pric.   is  advancing  In consequence,  retchig $lu.
Fruit    was   sea ree,   apples   being   of
few    varieties.     and    the      season    tOO
earl, for quality, Duchess and
Baldwins are the chief varieties so
far in evidence. Some Baitlett pears
wi re also offered.      A large Quantity
  Of plums and prunes were brought  In
I for  sale,   but   owing   to  lack  Of  Care,
Pittsburg    Sept.    10.���Thai    John were  mostly  In  poor  condition, and
Parker   star botrder  at   the home  of  �����  den����*i?  consequence  was oly
��� fair.      Potatoes  were In large  quan-
.Mrs. Join.     Curran.    got     the   wrong  tUv   ,,���,   a,._   ���ot  ye,   rl       , mnlgh  t0
twin In the dark last night  when  he t,ommam)  gmHl sa]es
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m      1 started to elope wllh the family bank
Washington,     Sept.   10.���A     young   roll and one of the daughters of the                   Official   Quotations,
first   lieutenant   of  engineers   of   the   house   is the  allegation   of   Pittsburg  Beet,  hindquarters,  per  lb...80  to  9c
United   States   army,  whose name  is 1 detectives. 'Beef. fore quarters, per lb 6 to "
FARMER POET LEAVES
ESTATE OF $900,662
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westmincter on Tuesday at 10 a.m., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
'Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
| Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m.. Thursday tnd Pridny.
leaves Gulchon  6 a.m.  each  weeK
i.u_   -Wl   arrives   8:50   a.m.
Eccentric Character    of    Long  isiana       L(?avt>-   N   w    3:S0   p
Surprises  Those  Who   Knew  Him
  m.  daily  except  Sunday;   ar.  Gulchon  at   7  pm.
By Dying Rich.
Inventor Will  Embody  Id^as of Secret
of   Bird   Flight   in  His  New
Machine.
Boarder
Got    Away     With      Cecilia
When
He  Should   Hav.   Taken
Mary.
Grand Trunk Ry,
E"ellent Train Service Betweei
^ 'aeo, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
OfcTARm  n^1"11 bu8iness centers of
r'iffi||.. ft*- ��_
*'u.s_,r.' n _��� vokk
fcrTh.   . ,' ,vm ki,aKar''1 F
'r    I   mn   ToUl... a _   _
 _ .. _________.il      ���-. :    _'pr.-_ift Curran   axed 15. *3 missing  Lamb ..
not given at this time,   , working on      *-,g^SS-, when by all rules Mutton ..
an aeroplane, which he thinks^]   bt   w th    ohi.  r , ^^
far  and  away  head O   tf^JgZ So$_t aUt<* Mary.  The  remaining ;Veal, medium
has thus far ben produced. The omcii ] w��w >�����  hn_ ^ h;r. t)me convlncing | Pork   medium
perfected  his  plans for the  ��o('y OI
the   ship  after  a   prolonged  study or
Be_ gulls and their movements on tne
coast of Oregon.    He bad some large
14 to lo
.12 to 33
9c to  He
New York, Sept. in.���That Blood-
good Culler, farmer poet, possessed
a fortune of nearlj $1,000,000 became
known yesterdaj when the attorney'
tor the executor of his estate filed
bis accounting with th   surrogtte of
Nassau   County   at   Miueola.     Mr.   Cut
ter left  $900,662.76.    The  will  makes
the   Bible  BOClety  of  Manhattan    the
chief   lien-fielary   about   $655,000   going to that  organisation.
Mr. Cutter lived at Uttle Rock, L
I. He was t noted figure at county
fairs and always bob ej up with poetry praising puniiipkiiis and ca.vige.
He dressed queerly and DO one suspected that be was a millionaire.
The   farmer-poet's  art   collection  Is
I willed to the Metropolitan Museum ol
Art.
poles fwd in the water with platforms cn top of each. There every
day he placed some meat, and trom
a distance watched through blnocnws
while the gulls oame up and hovwea
over the food. He watched tIK'r
poise and flight and W*f**���_Si >
ms   __-r   ..._.,-    --.   -��� .--.  llc   t0   11H
twS'hM haTa htrd time convincing j porK', medium, per lh  ..   -.He to 12c
the detectives that she Is not Cecelia.  Egg., wholesale, per doi WC
So  much  alike are  the  twins tbat   Eggs, rotall.  Per  doz   ...    ��0
Ms   Curran and a big brother looked I Butter,  wholesale. per  lb.   ...   ...MO
2   the   teeth  of  Mary  this   morning   Butter, wholesale, por lb ft \-
before   they   were  satisfied   that   she ^*,  -tall,  per   lb.   --.^   --   -"
..$5 tr> ��<>
$4 00 to $50.1
.  $S50 to $H.
... $14 to $1&
...40o to doo
....$! lo$1.26
..$1 to __���*��
...fii. *(>$��.<��
,    ...    . a����*iW
..        ..    asaHe
was not Cecelia. ,     r��� 'Fowl, per Aim,   	
Parkr   who is thirty  years of agt, c_ickPn!< (Wr (loi	
has been very attentive to both girls. Broiler, per doi	
who are so much alike that he Ml* Ducks, pet doi	
*elf  eot     fooled    In   the    end.      OS Potatoes, per ton	
at n ,,_.'���T'.    1.,   sneclally  attentive  to  Mary. Plllms, ^r onto	
gards "as" some new    and    excellent   seemed Wj^JJ �� wag found this ,���������,., ^ hox	
ideas concerning  the  secret Of  �����  " ���      t Parker was missing the Blackberrtes, per crtto
flight     These Ideas he will appl.   l"   PUA_��� v___    .0_whi_  the bouse. pears  t>er box ... .��
tn teroplane.   He Is now working on
the engine for his craft.
Also
AssistH,
Aeeni
Vi""> Tables, etc.. address
3EO- W. VA_>
l?t Gen'l
and
Falls.
l8E__.Pa88<_W�� and Tlckei
"�� Adams St.. Chlnaeo 111.
COMRADE   SHOOTS  BOY
IN  DRUNKEN   ORG'*-
Toronto. SeptlO.���John Nye Kelhr.
a.adof illyears, of _1 ';a"~
avenue is lying at the P0"1'"' ,,...
in the hO��pita] for Blok p^^jlrt-
the  result   of   drunlon  daredevUlsn
noBs nn  the  part of one of lr'*,���al-
panlok,8.    He wa3 sho.' with a ��*   ���
brother began searching the hottse
He peeked In the room occupied b>
the twins. One of them was also
missing. .     ..     a..
Which one?" shouted the a,s
lracte_  mother. ���,_._,
Search me. I don't know them
apart." said the brother
Pears, v<>r .__
Peas, 3 lbs. for ... .
Carrots. t*_ Mno..*.
Tumlps, tit. *rnric��i����
Lettuce, I wo IfcWWflW*
Rhubarb, two ht?_A��_
Cabbag.. per hfftA ..
Beets, (hree bunches
aid the Droiaer. _______ |D"'"'  ""^  ������"���"���
M .r\    on  being    waked, protested Onions, two bunches  .
that slie was not Cecelia, and ������ iTomttoee, per lb. ... .
ho.lng a peculiarly   formed   tooth 'strfag bean    6 lbs for
.o vlnced her mother and brother.    jOwttUou.-.  per head
l0|.Uncea ner Curran ����. 'oooambe
In  the
meantime Mrs. Curran ��*>  Cuoumbeo,
...he
...5C
.. .16c
...5c
...10c
....&c
...15c
...25c
,^_^^^-^^:V   -60
three for 10c
SUSPENDED  DAUGHTER ^^
Trenton.    Sept.    10.���VlslUng    the
home  of  Frank  Graz-lanl,  Just   outside  of Vineland.  N.J., C.  L   Sykes,
presld-nt of the Vineland Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Children,
and County Detective Joseph SpWJOeT
found such a  state  of    affairs   mat
C.ra__lssU was put in jail.     ,_..._ |
i    Before  Justice  Sims,  <rf  Minotola. |
Antonto.    t_��    twenty-two year   old
daughter of Grassltnl. showed scars
on her wrists made by ropes   which;
she ��ald her father used to string her i
nr. to the celling. [
to keep her from leaving home to j
many her low* Pennsylvania, she
MM. her father cut off her beautiful;
MMk tresses. Miss Grasslaal said
she was afraid to tell because her fa-
ther threatened to kill her. GTM-
stani's wife Is in an asylum, and we
five childi^n ��i��ere_ ^t��m_ ��jd-
ty at their t_Pr*s hands, ihe:��M��-
Grazsianl iia prosperous farmer.
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THE  DAILY  _J3WS.
The Daily News
river   to   Seattle.       it   was   B   (.ost|y I
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   simple, und now that one of the t-ori- |
Published by The Dully News Publish- teetants b��i been removed, it remains
Ini; Company, Limited, at their offices,   to be seed whether the survivor will
The Dally News Block, corner of .Mc-  s'and   triumphant   in  the   field   alone,
Kenzie and Trew streets. Or whiv,  a new rival, assuming the
SATURDAY
ORGANIZED CHAIN
Of NURSING STATIONS
sept_mBer
E. A.
Cloak Of the dead  man,  will  seek  to
Paige Managing Director check his ambitions
SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER    11,    1909
THE  SLAUGHTER   OF   BIRDS.
Citizens Meeting Supports
Council in Rejecting Offer
Now that the lega] shooting s ason
Woman's Role in War Defined in Report of Territorial Army Organization.
j London, Sept. 10-���Women's role in
I war time is defined in a report issued
by the War Office this week, in cou-
has opened the usual bands of nonde- would be sought to take it trom them neo*ton  with  th*  territorial army   or
scripts with gists have begun to prowl (Shame). Bjinlzation.       It   is   a   scheme   Which
about   tbe   countryside-       Dozens   of      T,le    J��lnt    committee    from    tne ���(J,ves ***** w��man an opportunity to
such narti _.   ��__in_ In number trom foui'dl and  th" cl,iz""s ''���'<< brought r^T6 *�� c?lT. as nn arm-v mirs
sucn parties, varying in nimbi,  from jn  a repo���t ^   ^ ^ a The plan Is designed to fill the gap
two lo five or six, and variously com- contaminated  iby   the  construction   of  ��etwen   "'��  l^ld   ambulance   and   the
posed  of  small  boys  and   men,  were the dam, and  while a citizens'  meet- hosplta,���'here may  be a distance of
ing  had    endorsed   that     r-port,   th,��� mil0s    betwee"
their Journey. The women will be
train-,1 in cookery, tiie trrtngemenl
of warda tnd nursing generally.
Th, St, John Ambulance Association will undertake the preliminary
training of both men and women 111
first aid and (Md nursing, while the
British H'-'l Cross society will in
st_vt the men in stretcher drill, the
Improvisation of stretchers and cots.
and the preparation of country carts
for the removal of patients who must
lie  Hat-
Members of the new voluntary aid
organization do not need to wear any
distinctive uniforms, but to each Individual will be issued an Identity
c:i-.,l and an armlet.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
to ibe *een tn the outskirts of the city
on  Sunday  last,
not   sportsmen
Tb.
council did not d
csP fellows  arc  Y   Y,IA    f ,���'.
0 be  knew   the    committee
n  any  sense.      They  reported to the council
....-_     tbem���by eBtab-
lo so. and  so far as  '. nR an ^'""'zed chain of nursing
bad   never 8tation* "��   tho    model    of  those  Of
If that had G",m,!iny a"d-Jaiian-     Th,. Red Cross
,,1,1..    u-,,,,1,1   'oci(''-v   an(l   the
duck,     but   for   tbe
may   wound' an occasional   plover  or been   done   the  whole   trouble"wouTd   'ocl(''-v  and  ths  hospital  or _7.  John
'        most   part  their l,e stopped right then  In  March   suv- 2,,  ',t''','"alt'"1,  hav0    Joined   with   the
���game- Is anything thai is feathor-d '",  ,'1'  company many dollars, There ����� gftJi ���,U,'1K,   'Y ld"a'
h "as   im  one  at  Vietoris   lo   back   up voluntary   aid   detachments   ai
Swallows,  robins  and their  action, and   the  first   thing   the --~be   tound��J     in     every   territorial
and   can   fly
larks     appear
content! of tlu
datory hordes,
ll   is Iii   tb
.,     ���..��      ..._     ,>,.      anally,      UK-
tO   form   the   principal   premier  said   was,  "I   have  word   that
  it  was a very    Insignificant    affair.'
That report cost th<
vestlgate t very   lmpofttnt
There  will   be   men's  detachment!
and women's detachments.     The for-
bugs"  of  these  pre- ^^^^^^^^^^^
City    $100.    to   ln-    _ in ".    awe    aaa.
,    ,                  ,    o-a,   ���   .....     .u.poruinl     mailer         .   _W'U consl��'   of   fortyeighi   men,
wanton destruction ol  ;iIlll ,.,,.. ,,,������,��� shuu|(1 ba_e n ,,���,,.,,.,,' including two  medical    officer, and
insectivorous birds that ibe shooter.     J.  D.  Kennedy  having Interpoltted
Tin- JJ^'.Uie  ""'il decision Ity  with  ib
Dominion    government,    Mr.    Bivson
arp  doing  so  great  an  Injury
fruit  growers    and   farmers  of    this  . , _7   _��� _____
,       . .     ,      ,,    turned   a   discuss    the    plans   before
province are already  seriously  handl-  __m,  anJ   to Bay  th;lt  t^^S.
bad'
pharmacists. The latter will
consist of twenty women, includ.nt,
two  medical officers and  two  women
DINNER SETS
(Royal Pattern)
SPECIAL TODAY ONLY
$12.00
The Fair
G46 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Lee's Furniture
CARRIES   THE   HALL   MARK OF   QUALITY
BE  ADDED THE  FACT THAT THE      pR|CE8
MODERATE.
To TH|s MUST
ARE      STR|CTLy
Bedroom Furniture
UA\/r      inr-r     _.__.__.__.__. ^^ ���
WE HAVE JUST ADDED TWO CARLOADS T
�� 0U* STOCK.
A"E YOU
CHASTE   IN   DESIGN;   ELEGANT    IN     F|NISh)
BUYING?       IF   SO   SEE   US.      REMEMBER,
silEJL_ii_EJAR(lAIN w
LEE'S FuLrniBture Empori����
*--   ''*   "-*      ** Lt>*  Block, Colurr,bi_	
NEW WESTMINSTER,
superintendents.
Tli... men's duties will be to prepare
the means  of transport   by  road,  to
capped   by   the   prevalence   of   insect engineer  for  the power companv  mm ���....   .,,    ,   ���
pests,  upon  the attempted repression Iluc   biva  fair  In   bis evidence  before convei''  country  houses,  public  build
of which, by spraying, a considerable 'N  Provinclt]   executive, and to  cn-   "__,������.?.   !���? villagT.   1,nto clearlng
'     ', ,.    ,,       I   , tK':i--  the Daily News reports of mat-    ���M' V,,!' and esl,Pclu'ly hospitals for
for 11
__.  , .    ���    , ,,    , ,        .    ,      lu-����  uiv  imi      -News  reports  of  mat-  la.       ..          l"i'"-'��"     '""niu s  ior
sum 1S spent  yearly.      If this whole-  tera  connected   witM   y/Yin  II, ihee  *U?hu>  "'Ound-d, near   the  area
to   Aid.   Fader.
who    had   ibeen   de-
Napoleon   and   Bis-
ments   would  be  employed   chiefly   in
forming railway rest  stations, in pre
marck  of  the  futur..'"'".hose"gi"at !parinK ""'i serving meals and'refresh-
1   6   "vmerit;   '       '       ^^^
8ale destructksi of the insect destroy-  versy.    Ht. concluded  by a' reference 'A ��(pera,'��!,f-,    The 'women's detach
ers which  Nature has  provided  is tl- -��� - ������
lowed to go on unchecked the result
is certain  t0 be serious.     The di.   men"did'noTalwayV nan otl* ""^ imenU l0 slck ami    wounded during
turbance  of   the   balance   of   Nature -    ���... !tlle Process of evacution  hv railway. I
must  result in the vast multiplication       vlf.vM  p"", 1 'ntake- fJ^inf  1^ ��f    eVac"at1""   **' I
nf inCOn.  ���M(0      , 1    *_ . Alt-VQ Hardman next took tbe plat- tlc��s and    temporary    hospitals cou
of  insect  pests    and    th,, productive form.      Mr. Hardman  briefly referred tal��iiS   patients   unable
industry of  this  province  will  suffer to  his  experiences    at    the dam  th
to continue
previous   day.      At   the  Intake   there
uccortuugiy. ff|ft   ���|lme  a_d   fi,[h   ^   t))e   BUrIace
As   our   correspondent.   Mr.   H.   E. ,and   it  was  a   signifieani   fact   that  tl
Kellington,  pointed out In Thursday's ;nmn   working  up  there  crossed  right Lj cow   t)lac). and whitef r_0oiey~one
Issue, the Insectivorous  birds on  this  In   front  of  the  intake   to  get   water  ear gll't     Unless  redeemed Iby Sttur
coast  are  '^uch   less numerous  than  ^\\ano,th*_ J)lace-   .   That   showed I
IMPOUNDED.
One  Holstein  cow  and  calf;   color
In   the eastern
The var-
..__ ,���tl    .uwc        mat   suoweii  ,,������  ..  .,, _ T.      -   ""'"'
wnai people living at the lake tliougbt Y���h    l       a' '"' both animals will  be
TEN  DOLLARS REWARD.
provinces.       me  var-.of [he  wat^r at \he jntake       A  man
ipty Is not so large and the numbers  experienced   in   timber   told  him  that
In  each  variety are, with  a few ex-! tbe timber on  the  half mile  reserve  ^^^^^^^^^
cenlions    much   less       Wp  certainly 'was wortn half a mil|ion dollars, and 1 . 	
ceptions,   much   less.      We  certain.   ^  compa      wa_  ofterlng    a  paltry :For information leading to the arrest
cannot afford to have any diminution ; jiq.OOO.     The company must improv.  and  conviction  of    the   parties   who
in  thp number of the little creatures  the pipe  line  road  as  the Vancouver        '"'   "~"
that are so beneficial and helpful  to  Power Company needed  it for  tram-
the cultivators of the soil as natural  wa-v construction,  so the concessit*
Artists' Materi-1
als ���
Architects' Supplies
Office Supplies
AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware I, the Kind ,,,��� give the bride
Kind   o las, t,,r lifetimes-fli] her heart with M
Kind to give the couple to cbeer them all thm , .   ',���
Kind   thai   ploases   Hubby  and also ,". as"s   .vif': ' '"e;
 **�� ""-""" offer."! were no more than the pro-
destroyers of our Insect enemies.. v(ndal government had ordered. No
Rather would it be wiser to devote attempt bad been made to place thev ry possible means to securing transaction on a fair business basis.
their multiplication. Some of the 1 Criticises Mayor.
small birds may steal or damage a !��� Ex-Aid- Garrett criticised Mayor
little fruit hut any barm they may Keary's associations with the advis-
do in   ibis  way    is more than  com-! or>' b.oard olIIIIIyAIIi
working for the B.  C. h. H. are paid
penstted  for by  their destruction of for wllat they d0i and they are duing
the   myriad    host    that    attacks    tbe  their ibe3t," he said, "but when a man
firu't trees and pants. Is elected   by  the  people  to  do   the
Apart   from  the  barm    these Irre- j ver-v be,sl &e can for the city of .New
,.,      , .    ,     ., I Westminster, and Uen he sits on  th ���
sponsible shooters do in the manner advisorv board 0f a corporation, giv-
referr-ed to they are a source of great .ing away, so far as I can understand.
annoyance   and   some  danger   to   set-   the  things  that  belong  to this   city."
tiers, over   whose  cultivated   land   or ! T1,e  speaker discussed  at length   the
., ,, .  negotiations dealing with  the land  at
meadow they    will    trespass without ,Coquitlanl Iak8| trom llh. tillle of the
rhe  slightest  compunction.      Neither order in council in 190_ till the Pres-
for   the   protection   of   birds   nor   for lent day.
securing the privacy of the settler is Resolution   Adopted.
the   'aw   at   present   any   too   strong,1    u Wils tllen m0VPa by D- s- Curtis'
i,,,,   ...             . .        ,        ,  .        seconded by Marshall Sinclair:   " I hai
but it becomes almost a dead letter Ly, mv(,ting heartily mAoTBea the
(by the absence of any effective form action of the majority of the council
Of policing or inspection. There is in declining the offer of the Vancou-
serlous need of a proper enforce-,ve. Power fjompany in regard to Co
ment of the law throughout this dis
trict^^^^^^^^^^   	
tices is net likely to be effective when ble, but withdrawn after J. A. Lee,
these prowlers with guns know there iD- s- Curtis and W. Hancock had
is no one to enforce it .contended that a survey at the pres-
V,B    ' lent   juncture   would   inaible   the   pro-
Then, also, as we have before |Vincial government to give the Van-
urged, it Is high time that some re-.couver Power Company powers of
Etrictlon w .e Imposed upon the car-1expropriation,
������__������__ The  resolution   was   then    put   and
The  meeting  was  well at-
broke into the dressing-room of the
West End Lacrosse Club at Moodv
Square and stole certain articles
therefrom.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES
t****^^**^^ooo^oono^>noooonnnn*e**e**e*,e**
* JUST ARRIVED: Baking Ammo-
ma, Cream of Tartar and Bird Seed
AT
| RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND!
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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44A4A_________I
I/?p^T"7-      r 111 ^P��rting Goods |
*^^CICiy            M       OT              FCIIIW THE  SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING     DUCKS     AN     DEER    ETC.
^^                                                                                              ��� OPENS   ON   SEPTEMBER   1
/l_��Xr.li._                                    ll ._ TRY   US   F0R   REQUIREMENTS   IN   THE   GUN.  AMMUNITION
     _     jquitlaru dam."       ^^^^^^^^^^^
The  mere sticking un of nn L  A r'der Was a,1(led nrS^S the city
g  up  ot  no-  t0 survey th(l ,and3 ag goon M ijossj
-*��� �����__'��-*.�� upuu  me car-
rjing  of    guns.      No    person  under,
eighteen   years   of   age   ought   to   be HJ
allowed to carry firearms in any pub-1 ���	
He  place,  and    a    license or permit CATS WEAR GOLD
should be necessary for everyone car- ' 	
rying a gun.
ONE IS TAKEN.
It I? perhaps not too  much  t0 Say
CROWNS AND  EARRINGS
_ondcn, Sept. 10.���A little pink
Persian kitten sat for Its photograph
today in the studio of a well known
animal photographer, wearing a gold
crown on Its head and a gold order
around Its neck. The pink Persiar
Y __ ' I came from Windsor Castle, and now
that the death of Mr. _.. H. Harriman , belon���3 to MrSi Afllta comfort
closes an era ln modern American !Brooks president of the Gotham clu'.
commvrce and finance. The railway of New York, who Is on a visit to
magnate   who  has  just   passed   away  London.      Tills    crowned    kitten en
���,,     . ���_ ... , ,'   joys a perfumed  bath everv  morning.
was a  great    personality,    and  such ^ one of ,,��� ftw|(| pas{lme8 is to
was the potency of his influence as a | paw the keys of a Grand piano.
financier  that    his    every  movement I    "I  was  the first cat-lover to  think
produced an effect upon the feverish |of   giving   a   cat   diamond   earrings,1
 ^^^_________^" "Bangles
 ^^^^^^^       so   very
^^^^^^^ -      ��� -  ������a ��� ,uacKneyea,  and  I   wanted  my cat  to
Tils rise from the most modest of be- be unlike anyone else's so I had the
ginners to the great position of pow- ear&   Pierced   and   bought  my   cat  a
[nol-   _'    al���       _.--     ^^^^
cr and wealth which he attained will _ . .   ,
' u ,    ���-��.. aa.uumi itiways names her catsl
no doubt form an interesting chap- after celebrities. President Rooster ln the Harriman biography, when velt was the one which rejoiced In
it is written, yet the history of the jjewelled ears.    Govennor Hughes, an
Outfitting
It's half the battle
to have the right
appearenceandthe
other half is in living up to it.
THE  SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING
OPENS   ON   SEPTEMBER   1 M 	
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS W AR CARRYING A FULL ANO
COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW     PRICES.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limit*
Hotel Butler Ai
Fourth Avenue and Marioi 8Wel
SEATTLE
_   .���K   u.=i  cii  .over
produced an effect upon the feverish of,/i.ins  a   CA}   d'al]lona   >
,.,.,,....    said   Mrs.   Brooks   today,
temperament   of    the   Institution In an���  neckIaces   had   becomp
Wall street.     Though the relation of: hackneyed, and I  wanted m
Tils rise from  tha. mn���, .__-!.._     ...
other  pet   wears   pink  corsets'   pink
as.i. .n,T:ss"i.��_���__*
vigorous contest that was waged be
tween the maker of the Union Pacific
railroad and James J. Hill,  the con-
Btructor of the Northern Pacific and
its associated lines, will be likely to rn. -___.,       -.���
���      . Good Canadian   Cheese.
form an entrancing story.      For ten      Ottawa,   Sept.   in.���W.   A.   MacKlu-
yeurs or more these two strong and non, Canadian Trade Commislsoner at
determined men played a keen game Birmingham, ln a report to   the   Oe-
of  mate and checkmate In  their ��.����*"***   'A   JA. "nd, Commerce
, .  , 'say.  that  thy Canadian  shipments of
spective  endeavor  to obtain mastery i,,nw,He gjMe Mav   sll0w t)lt greatest
in American railroad affairs.      In the Improvement, in   richness,  flavor and
end they absorbed quite t number ���|' appearance  or   any   year   on   record.
the    raibOPda    of    the country and  For the y.-iir ending luly :io, the total
, , J Import,  of cheese  into Great   Britain
��tued  two Lamense rival  lines across  w���r(,   ] i.;,h_1  boxet, of which  Canada
the continent    from    the   Mississippi  supplied  76,074,
A man feels like
living up to the
genuine quality,
the clean-cut character of
Reid & Co. 'g Proper
Clothes.
They inspire him to do and be his
 level best.
The new FALL and WINTER .tvl__ will _h���
and what you want.     Suits from y0U What We me��">
$10.00 to $32.5Q
j REID &~CO.
THE HOME OF PROPER CLOTHES.
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
le Agents for THE HOUSE OF  HOBBERLIN   Tallnr    .
dian  Gentlemen. ' Ta"ors to Cana
RATES:
Room  $1   p>r day up.
Room and  board  .2.50 per day vt-
FVoom with   bath $2-50 per day lip.
Room with bath and board $4 perdiy.l
All outside rooms, with hot andcold|
water, steam heat, kmp: distance I
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and lx^��_
CARLETON GILBERT, M.
WE   ARE   READY   TO SHOW
you how it Is cheaper lo buy ow
liigh-ciuss   building    material,
than it Is to purchase tlie P��or-
er    kind.      We    can p*'1"1   w
buildings buiU  witn our materials   that   never  need  repair".
We can  point  to ��ontt ��tlier'
that need repairs ail the ,ime
But they were no* built of ��ur
materials.       See    where
cheapness lies?
��� Ltd.
real
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL |7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co. Fr'oUR and feku mei��'��antsj
Telephone 333.
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS ,TURDAV,   S^TEMBER   11_
1909-
AGENTS
FOR    STANDARD        PATTERNS.
THE  DAILY  KP-WS.-
GORDON'S
Bi? Dry Goods House
Grand display of Ladies' and
Misses' Ready-to-Wear Hats, very
smart styles and newest shades
for Fall. Special price for Saturday,    ^_ 	
$5.00
Tke Fashion Centre
PAGE FIVE.
IMPORTING NEW5
CALGARY FAILS TO
CLOSE NEGOTIATIONS
YESTERDAY'S RACING
Look For the Big Electric
Sign.
It leads to the place where you can SAVE 10 TO 25c ON
EVERY DOLLAR on your Furniture purchases for value.
Come, see and believe.
  !    FIRST RACE-Fiv_ and a naif fur-,
i longs, selliiis. three year "ids and up
Present   Indications  Are  that   Foothill       l.Y'YA Y,,.  "'. ''   3'   !''"B11^-
BECOND RACE���Five and a half
furlongs, soling, three year olds and
up.
1, On Parole; 2, Lord Provost- 8.
Zelina. '       ,
THIRD  RACE���Six    furlongs.  nil-
Set  as the  lnp- four >'ear olds and up.
City   Lacrosse  Club   Has   Dropped
Minto Cup Challenge.
furlongs;   purse,
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
[It will pay to buy your groceries from
C. B.  DEANS
Canadian or  Carnation   Wheat
Flakes, per  pkg 35c
Schilling's Best Baking Powder, per tin 25c and 40c
fflieat Flake?  in bulk,   4   lbs.
!or 25c
Chicken  Soup,  2  tins for  ..15c
Golden   West    Baking  Powd'-r.
12 oz. tin     20c
Clark's Pork and Beans, 3 cans
for 2bc
This is a good baking powder.
Fresh   Ground   Coffee,     special
M-poimd sack sugar,   $1.20
Y-eterda*-  wa.. th.- day
final   date   by   the   New   Westminster
Ucrosse Club on which it  would be mr_;1T.���_   ,
Willing to consider  the matter of tbe  .  r Ol RT  HRAC
Calgarj  challenge for the Mato cup.
the undemanding being that If Cai- up-
gary  did   not  state  either  its  acceptance or  refusal  of the dates set by
New   Westminster    tor  the  proposed
game   by    September   10,   the  whole
matter should  be consld-red off.
Inasmuch as yes;.-rday weiu by
without any communication either by
mall, telegram or verbally from the
Calgary Clu the officials of the Salmon Belly organization now regard
the whole matter a.s dropped. Should
Calgarj within the nexl tew da> s
come through with som- son of proposition li i.s probable thai ii would be
considered, but if the Foothill City
ment Intend to do anything ihey wlll
have to hurry, as ibe dates BuggeBted
by the club of this ciiy were September 26 a_d October 2, and if ibe oval
at Quei iv- park is to be secured tor
those dates it U about tim,. that notice was glvi a
Th,.  proba iliiies  seem   to  be  "'at
Calgary  will    make  no    move.      Dn
jmature   consideration   it   looks   as  If
ithe Calgary  men  bad  wanted a free
trip   to   the   ooast   with   a   chance   to
take   in   ihe   S-attle   fair   more   than
the -Mino cup-      This heory   is borne
lout bj  the fact tbat J. S. McCullogh,
i who  negotiated   for    the  challengers.
W. E. FALES 612 618 Apes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
1, (.'beers;  2,    Ldddlngton;   3, Otht-
E���Five    and a half
three year olds and
PHONE  176.
NIGHT CALL 81.
J-ssupburn; 2, W, T. Overton;
3, Jim Gatfiney.
fifth RACE���Seven furlongs,
purse,  three year olds.
1, Workbox; 2, Beau Man; 3, Mau-
retania,
SIXTH RACE���One and one-eighth
mile purse, three year olds.
1, Mediant; 2, Dnv. Weber; 3. K-
lownu.
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Yest.rday's   Baseball
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Aberdeen	
. .    II
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Seattle	
..     7
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Vancouver	
II
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Portland   	
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HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER11,   THE   EMPRESS   HIGH   WEIGHT
HANDICAP,   SEVEN    FURLONGS.
Six Races Daily, Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL  STREET DAILY AT 1:00 AND 1:30 P.
M.     FIFTEEN-MINUTE   SERVICE     FROM     GRANVILLE     STREET
STATION.
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NEIL-McKENNA   FIGHT
FINISHES   IN   FIRST   ROUND
Tb,- txnit between Frankie Nel] and
Patsie  McKenna  at   North  Vancouver
last  evening  came to a  sudden  close.
,_ld particular streS8 on the tact tbat N,.u   kll(lf.klnl.     ,s      ��
lie  would   like to arrange  lor a series
if   games   with   New   Westminster   In
Seattle, a suggestion that tiv Salmon
Bellies would not consider, as tbe
'Canadian national game has no attractions  whatever for the S'-auleites.
BE   HERE   SUNDAY.
Manager C    A.  Welsh  of  S.I mon   Bellies, is Dilayed in Spokane.
Word was received from Manager
C- A. Welsh of the New Westminster
lacrosse team yesterday to the effeot
that be  would  be  in  the city again
on Sunday.
Mr.
the first round.
Th,- sudden termination of the bat-
tie came a.s a surprise to the spectators. The round started off well, the
two boys going at each other in good
style. Tbey mixed It hard for several minutes, and Referee Hewitt was
just about to blow the whistle for
time when .Neil got in a f arful bad
on McKeima's jaw. McKenna went
down like a log, taking the count.
PROTEST AGAINST
UMPIRE   KLEM
Chicago,     Sept.     10.���Charges   'bat
Welsh is now on his way home  Umpire Klem deliberately acted as a
on a trii> from the east and has been  conspirator robbing tne  Cubs of any
_________________________________   ______^_________^______   exiiected   in   the   city   for  some  days,  reasonable    chance     for     victory    at
j Yesterday   word   was   received  to  the  Pittsburg,    cki     Tuesday,     were  filed
: effect that he wus delay.-d by a wash- yesterday   In   a   lengthy   protest   pre-
iout at  Spokane, but  thai   ue Would be  seated by President Murphy to Presi-
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� i here  tomorrow. Utui Heydler, of the Nn Monti League.
While in tiie east Mr. Welsh nego >fot only did the owner Of tbe West
tinted with th- leading teams in the Side club question the hrnesty of
race tor the N. L. I"- championship Klem. but in an exhaustive manner
as to the probabilities tor the winner the protesting magnate summed up
coming west after the cup this year, the method, which he alleges are In
and it is expected that he will have vogue when Klem presides at a game
something of Interest to lacrosse fans  involving his club.
WRITING MATERIALS, OFFICE SUPPLIES, BOOKS, PAPERS,
MAGAZINES. AND IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
W A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
IN OUR STOCK. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. WE BUY FOR CASH DIRECT FROM
THE MANUACTURERS, WE THEREFORE SAVE YOU MONEY.
NO  DISAPPOINTMENTS  IF YOU   DEAL   WITH   US.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
������������������������ �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
to say on his arrival here.
BATTLING NELSON
HAS A NEW PUNCH
Btttling Neteon, while always willing to talk about his scissors punch
.has never s|*iken about bis sandpaper
punch. It is ciae of his most effective
blows, ami he used II against Hyland
jand Clifford, bis two recent opponents.
It Is worked by letting the beard
grow until his fair young face looks iof thr
; like  the  back  of    a  porcupine.    He Murph
Iu his letter, Murphy says: "That
Umpire Klem has au ungovernable
temper, Is known not only to all ball
players but even to most patrons of
the National League parks a.s well,
smarting under a grievance from the
baseball season of ltfUM Klem deliberately weakened the Chicago club in
what is generally regarded as the
iim.si crucial series of the seaSua, so
that Pittsburg could win."
Bi cause of Klein's alleged violation
National   League   constitution
entered    a    formal  protest
rubs bis 'bristles into the ey-s of bis'against the game of last Tuesday be-
|opponent In the clinches, and, as hisjing awarded to the Pittsburg club and
beard Is material tor a wire works, I Insists that It be replayed when Klem
the sandpaper blows do some good.     \[a absent.
Our entire stock of LADIES'
WASH SUITS and CHILDREN'S
DRESSES to clear at half price.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
TYPHOID   FEVER   RAGES
IN  THE   SILVER   BELT
| ���*���*������������������������������������������,
Elk Lake. Sepl. 10.���Typhoid fever,
which fortunately is of a comparatively mild type ta the majority of
the cases is prevalent here, .lust how
many cases there are it is Impossible
to say, as those most Interested are
loth to furnish full information. However, on one day la.t week no fewer
than twelve persons left by boat cubed for their honi's or for hospitals
down the railway line, all presumably
suffering from the disease. Until recently the river has been made lno
receptacle for all kinds of rubbish,
A spring up Hear river, which was
supposed to be exceptionally pure,
but whtch has lately be.i condemned
by tlie health authorities, luu supplied
drinking water for many families ami
boarding houses, it is now ibltmed
for sonve of the cases. The first
death from the disease occurred hero
on Wednesday in the hospital. Tbe
victim was a young men named Wai
ter Easy, a miner, aged 23. tnd the
union of which be was a member
sent the remains home this morning
to Cantley, P. Q.
CRICKET
The New Westminster cricket team
will meet the Burrard eleven at
Moody square this afternoon. A bard
| match Is expected. Burrards beat
i New Westminster In the lasi game,
and the locals have an old score to
wipe. out.
>���������<������������������������������������������$
Electric Railway Service j
Mrs. B B. Grant of Ladner ha"
be��i in the city for some days the
guest of Mr. and .Mrs. T, J. Arm
strong.
Interurban Line,
ar8  'or Vancouver   and    way
���;lall��iiS  will   run  every   half
0Ur  f���m  5:50  a. m.    Last
wr leaves at ll p, m.
Last
11:30
��r leaves Vancouver at
P-m.
tw���,. l0aVe  lhe   (lePot   every
;    ny   ""nu.',   for  hoth  Sap-
'   '"" ^l city limU
UJ  bile.
Hs over the
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave |
at ten  minutes after the hour, ���
half past and fifty minutes after .
the hour, commencing at 6:30 #
a. m. n
���
Sunday service half-hourly he- ���
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. P- m- J
Br��t_sh
Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re 14-100 acres of portion Of Motion II, block 5, nortii range 8, west
New  Westminster  district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 5657F issued 1]!
the name of Island Lodge No. 24, I. 0.
O   F.   ha? been filed In this office.   ..
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
of  in a dally newspaper published in
th',  citv  of  New  Westminster, Issue
��   duplicate   of   he   said   certificate.
unless  in  the  meantime valid objec-
. made to me in writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of TW. a.
'.i-l  Registry Offlce,  New Westniin
<-.r  3. . . September t. IW.
The Nights
are getting long and the eyesight
in consequence is getting short.
Science, however, has to some extent overcome the natural decline of the eyesight by substltut-
Ing properly fitted glasses. Occasionally we find a case so
complicated that we cannot correct. When We meet ��uch cases
w> are candid enough to say so-
Two essential things you can de
p��nd upon in dealing with us:
_r����. we fit your eyes perfectly:
second, w* do not overcharge you,
and in every case when not satisfied we cheerfully return the
money. We have spectacles as
low ts 60c s pair. Try us for
your next pair
Your New
Fall Suit
is Here
NEW  PATTERNS,
NEW   DESIGNS,
MADE   BY  THE 20TH CENTURY  PEOPLE AND GUAR-
ANTEED TO US.
WE GUARANTEE THEM
TO YOU AND STAND BACK
OF OUR GUARANTEE.
WE ARE THE SOLE
AGENTS HERE FOR THIS
CELEBRATED BRAND.
PHILLIPS
The    Wardrobe    Clothier.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FRER
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
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VICTORIA BANK CLERKS
MYSTERIOUSLY DISAPPEAR
8A^RDAY.   SEPTember
Detectives   Are   Investigating   But   No
Clue to Their Whereabouts Yet
Discover>td.
Victoria, Sept. 10.���Three hank
clerks iti local banks have suddenly
disappeared according to a story published by the Times, and yesterday
afternoon all manner of rumors were
in circulation regarding them. It is
said that the lads bad been gambling
at the races and that a number of
valueless cheques had been issued by
them.
Uetecti-e George Perdue status
that there had been no charg laid
against any of them. Sine,. Tuesday
the matter bas been before the detective department through the deposit there of certain cheques issued
by some of the missing clerks. The
cheques were not honored, but have
since been made good. Several rumors are in circulation as to the
amounts involved, but the detective
office is unable to fix the amount.
Thv clerks are all youths about IS
years of age, and employed In junior
capacities. Two were employed tl
lhe Imperial ibank and the third at
the Merchants bank. The former
are well known locally, the sons ol
good families, while the other is
equally well connected in the east,
having come here from Alberta. The
whereabouts of tie youths at present
is unknown, and while the police have
been making inquiries nothing can be
learned from outside sources regarding them.
���nwnniiiiiiiiH... noiimnuiiii.uti
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CHURCH
SERVICES
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DRESSED BEEF PRICES
TAKE BIG INCREASE
Chicago   Packers   Declare   Advance
Be  Due to Scarcity  of Cattle
Shipments.
to
Chicago, Sept. 10.���Best grades of
dressed beef reached a level that has
not been attained in years when the
prices of No. 1 ribs and loins were
raised 1 1-2 and 2 cents respectively
yesterday. This upturn combined with
the rise reported last Week brought
No. 1 ribs t. IS cents a liound and
N'o. 1 loins to .1 cenis a pound. A
year ago the same grade of ribs sold
at 171-2 cents a pound, while loins
were quoted at IS 1-2 cents.
Pack&rs assert that the shortage in
receipts of cattle was responsible for
the increased cos! of dressed beei
products and to substantiate their as-
Bcrticiis, referred lo statistics compiled bv the L'nlon Stock Yards ���
Transit t.mpany, showing a falling oft'
of appoximately 200,0oo head in receipts of cattle for the  year to dat
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(Changes ior this columm mult be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
3 p.m. on Fridays. The omission ol
iny church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has beeu turned
In by the pastor or other responsibl.
>arty.)
Sunday   September   12.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. A. Bhlldrlck,
rector. Holy communion, S a.m. Matins, litany and sermon, 11:00 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.; evensong
and sermon 7 p.m.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Ser
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
iehool    and    Bible    class  2:30    p.m.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
V., minister. Services at 11 a. m. and
7 p.m.;   Sunday    school  at 2:30 p.m.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
���Rev.    E.    G.    Thompson,    M.   a,
pastor. Public, worship: Morning.
11 a.m.; evening, 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Prayer    meeting    Wednesday   _    p.m.
QUEEN'S AVENUE MKTilODl-T���
Re-y. C. W, Brown, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ; Sunday
school at 2::',0 p. m. The pastor will
preach at both morning and evening
services. Morning subject, "Christ as
a Student of Scripture;" evening,
���Four Men in Otie." The annual Sunday school union will take place at
2:30 p. m. Principal Sipprell will deliver an address. After evening service the Sacrament of the Lords Supper will be administered.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev.
[James Calvert, D.D., pastor.���Ser-
jvices at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
|2:30 p.m.; Epworth League Monday
I at . p.m.; prayer meeting Wednes-
|d.y at 8 p.m.
siffye
Do you know the difference
between working and having
the work done for you ?
Sunlight Soap actually makes
the dirt drop out-saves you
time and money���but injures
neither hands nor
Clothe.. That
Is just the
difference
be t va- e e it
Sunlight Soap
and ordinary
soaps.
Follow
Directions
Midweek prayer meeting 0. Wednesday at 8 o'clock.
SALVATION ARMY���Services   will
j be  conducted   In  tbe  S.   A.   barracks
Ion Sunday as follows-   n  a.m.,  Holiness. 3 p.m., Free and Easy meeting;
7:30 p. m., Salvation meeting -
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
' Eighth street, between Third aad
[Fourth avenues. Class meeting, 10
a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.; Sunday-
school, 2:30 p.m.; Service at 7 p.m.,
Midweek prayer meeting, Thursday,
7:45 p.m. Holiness meeting Tuesday
at 7:45 p.m. T. H. Marsh, pastor,
71S Queen's avenue.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
CHURCH���Benjamin Sand, pastor.
Sunday service, 11 a.m. I, O, O, P.
hall.
COLLINOWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday S p 111. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. aud Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewarl Jones,
(pastor.)
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E.   D.   Braden,   pastor.       Services   at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m;   Sunday school at at  3  p.m
2:30 p.m. Epworth league on Monday '::!" P-m
evening at S o'clock.
ST.  PALL'S  REFORMED EPISCO-
PAL���Rev- A. deB. Owen, rector. Ser- DIST  MISSION���Rev.  Henry  Wilson
vice at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.   Holy Cora- pastor.      Sunday  school    at   10   a.m
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor. Rev.
Frederick Carpenter. Services as
follows: East Burnaby. Sunday
schol at 2 o'clock; preaching service
young people's service at
Thursday, prayer service at
8 p.m. West Burnaby, Sunday School
at 2:30 and preaching at 7:30.
SOUTH   WESTMINSTER   METHO-
munion lirst Sunday in the month after morning service. Prayer meeti_g
on Thursday at 7:20 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. P. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. e_4 7
p.m.      Sunday    school   at   2:30   p.m.
Church service -at 11 a.m.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEW
Westminster's  Home Paper.
NEW YORK   REPUBLICANS
UNITE   AGAINST   TAMMANY
New York. Sept. 10.���The Republican leaders of New York county and
New York city formally declared yesterday for fusion with the various
anti-Tammany organisations for tbe
nomination of local candidates this
fall. "The duty of the Republican
party," says the resolu'.lon passed by
the county executive committee, "is
primarily io assist in ridding the city
of Tammany misrule. To this end
co-operation of all bodies opposed to
Tammany should be effected and candidates should ibe presented whose
election will secure for the city an
honest buslnss-like ami progressive
municipal government
WHEN TOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Is flu
(Maple L��af Label)
vahM, because It Is pore, nutritious tad vary economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO ���
COLUMBIA    STREET     LOCAL     IMPROVEMENT   NOTICE.
The Municipal Council of the ('"r-
poration of the City of New Westmin
ster having iby resolution determined
and specified that it is desirable to
carry out the following works, that
is to say:
(a) To construct a sewer to b'
known a.s the "Columbia Street
Sever" on Columbia street between
McNeeiy street and Fourth sti.^t.
(b) To construe! cement sidewalks
on both sides of Columbia street between McNeeiy street and Fourth
Street with necessary retaining walls
And that the said works shall be
carried out In accordance with the
provisions of the Local Improvemeni
General   Bylaw,   1909.
And the City Engineer and City
Assessor having reported to the Council in accordance with tlie provlalonf
Of the said bylaw upon the Bald works
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions <>i real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other pttlcultrs and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
end City Assessor having been adopted by the Council,
Notice  is hereby    givmti    that the
said   reports  are open  for  Inspection
8t the office of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia streot, New Westminster, B. Ca, and that unless a petition
against the    proposed    works above
mentioned signed by a majority of the
owners of the land or real  property
to be assessed or charged in respect
of Buch  works  representing at  least
one-half ln value thereof is presented
to  the Council    within    fifteen  days'
from the date of tbe flrst publication
of  this  notice  the  Council   will  proceed with the proposed Improvements
under  such   terms   and  conditions  as
to the payment  of the cost  of such
improvements as the Council may by
bylaw in that behalf regulate and determine  and  ulso  to  make  the  said
assessment.
Dated this 1st day of September, A.
D. 1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
Date  of   flrst   publication,   the   2nd
day of September, 1909.
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I 1 flL vladz in south bend KA11 uL i
Contractors for Plumbing and Heating.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
JA full Line of HEATING AND COOKING STOVES. Z
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Umaiers m All Kma    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS . TTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock   or Fencing and nrnining.
Royal City Bran*    Colum^ St.
Telephone 12.
M-w  W*��_tmin��ter
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��� ���v    SEPTEMBER   11.
%7ter notice.
1909.
THE  DAILY  SEWS.
PAGE HKVa,..
eat ���_- certificate of lis pendens befit)
Bled within, such p> rlod, or in d'-i,,,...-,
DleWei o| Ooast Ra-?* cm*.
      "'"" ;  ��-- -- -^^fl bai    Mv-:   Hunt,  or
I 7    ivan that an au- <" redemption before wgatratton, you Vancoufer, n   ... occnpattwi  farmer.
Le.li b"*"*^Ill fix V. Md each of you will  be tannr ��� -   fatend,   to ���.,���,_;   torl^I----B lo
. J" : ..-ui __ w��dt* (),iain -_ topped and debarred from setting up purchase    -
t0 Uj. any claim to or im respect of tbe Bald 11
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tion wi" -ct   	
,*���_�� New  WestmlnBter ^- ���d ;~-v lB,lall reguer Anni* Ryder
Westminster P^nci. ^ ^^ ^^ ,_ ft���.      And IJUJ_.
b."  -������'"-
the     following     t!a_$eni>e<i
H8USEWIFE MUST
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tontaining    ICO  acres
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^_^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ui   Kees
order tbat  publication oi  thla no   one _derso_   group     Dated 'University    Course
iimii-u   u_..-��,        for ten days in a dally ��ewspa    ���  j    . . ,      A]i;i|yfllK  t0r  me i     .   M,
'Power -oiiii'-""    ,  ".'   j'vancou-  published   in   Xew   Westminster   will   v.   ��� |       .���!--     .c_   ������.__ I      to Make   "-    -
Be* -1' "";     At  bavins  a be l?ood and Bnfflcient service tbervol   more or less
I,.,, Columbia.and' "T^8,"     Dated at  th., laud    registry om.ee. I
histott^0'000 '11Vldi,d ,i   full,   ^w Westminster, Province of Brl .
ires of ��1-00 ���YA    lake    Columbia
"��*hflarB The name of ���� *** ^
_ '"    "'���    tf'dilcrson! Distrlcl  Registrar
Inh    .      -,���.   nomt   of   diversion      ^  g^^^   (j^ ,.,_,.
BE SftMUPPMIING
^^^^^^ ALBERT HUNT,
Pe-r S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Reaches   He""- to
Her Own  Matches and
A.-Mlyze the Snap.
District of  toast  Range One.
1 ake notice that John Johnson, ot
Vancouver, H. c
WATER   NOTICE.
^_ ...   ���., occupation,    sales
jnian, intends to apply for permlasloi
to purchase the following descrtb--
land.:
Commencing at a post planted o_
|the north .bore of John island, an is
es island
  _.,___, June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 60 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 6th. 1909-.
this   30th   day  of   August
,,,,  The na��H- ����  �����	
OP- {bl,urt.,     Misllloet
,��r     ._rrurd    l��ltl.     (lnd'aU
Afv       ,      oi"'   ^   diversion!
Mr��-  ^aboul   12 mUes  lrom  tne,
**? .he river  (d) The quantity
P��7���n vl tor '" c^ic' teet 1''T
;"/,.,   Th,-  character of
,|l!'       i      rk<   a  water  power 	
I P^i   .r.-rviou Of electricity j     Notice is  hereby  given that, an  a;
int for !   industrial  and  com- plication  win be mad,: under Part  V.j��� ~ _-_.��� ��nu.. ui j._u niiuu, an m-
, .i.rdw'1"'- particularly  In of the "Water Ant, 1909," to obtain a land between Kees island and Davies
frclal Purpl       motors    machlney. license in  the Municipality of   bur-;island.     Dated   T���    ""-   ""��
opera-iiv^i  o    ^   operation     ot  nuby  Division of Lot  14.  District,
���An m   YinhiT workB l'or which I    (a) Tan nam..-, address and  ocupa
ft.  bestead Powva: are suit-'tion of the applicant ls Horace  WU
il lis1"' '  , .,        (f,    jbe pro- llamson,     412   WestmlnBter   avenue,
leaml  .hlch the  water  i.s   to   be | Vancouver,  H. C.
w �� .    ._. -it or near high tide |    (b.) The name or the lake, stream
Jls tii   mouib of Uu river, (gild unnamed, the description) is   irn-
'k al     �� tor which the water is|known, risine, in lj<Jt 210, running ln
* pun.TSt<i generate electric pow- a somberly  and    westerly    direction
^       nl b.-at for traction,  light- through District. Ixn Ml, Bumaby,
llgMin,.' manufacturing and    all     (c.) Th_ point of diversion is about
��industrial or other purposes 400    teet    south    of a stake marked
<eT,_   ,  mav  be  applied,    (i)   If Block  one  11)   ln  tbe  northwesl  <-.,i--
"'"lr I. A, A used for power or ner of Distrlcl  Lot 144.
,���������<''- Ascribe the place] (di Tb. quantity of water applied
llU h water is tu be returned to for iin cubic feet por second) is two
_t_t!iral Bbannel, and the differ-  Ci).
i I   altitudij between  point of dl- j     ,e.)  The character  of the proposed
i    and  point   of    return.     Thej works   ls  to   run     power    machinery
I to be returned to river near and electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
fh of same, and differenoe of ele- Irrigating.
j��� between ;">int of diversion and |     (f.) The    premises    on    which    tha
of return Is about 300 feet, (j)   water is to be used is known as Block
Yf crown land Intended to be one Hi, two ( .  and sixteen (16) in
, ';       the proposed works will I District Lot 144, Burnaby.
Breed'""' acres     (k)   Tbi. no-i    (g.) The purposes  for    which    the
on   the   7th   day  oflwater is to be    used    are    domestic,
application    will   be.power, light and Irrigation.
Commissioner   on   tbe     (h.) If  for Irrigation describe    the
'lav of   August  1909.     (1)   Give .land   to  be    irrigated���about    twelve
.,     and addresses of any rl-^lL'i acres
Minneapolis,
O",   SXOIAELES
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'v>   CREAM
District  of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Jamas Uatson, ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupation. farm_r.
Intends to apply for permission to pur-
chase tbe following  described  lands:
Commencing  at  a post  planted on I
Dated June oth   1909.     Appiyfeg torUl,   lc;il     inl        Ie       al.       'div
Je whole island, containing 160 acres CU88Blon A hvgi(,1(,     hV.aImK    ;ight.
e oi   ess. .,, isig  aud  ventilation.    Tb-  course    Is
Per SIH���*>>.***.    *~~*      'offered a;  a tlin-e-liour elective to all
^^^^^^^        Bi pi \     course
thai will enable the uolvei .-. ;ardu
at. housewife fa make .> =- own
matches, analyzi bei soap, make aer
own preserves ami make li   possible
for ber to tell wbv b>-i planl I do or
do not thrive, will become a Bar! of
the regular courses in tne co'b i,. of
science, literal ur. Hid arts in the
University of Minnesota for th��. arst
time  ibis  fall.
George ii. Frankforter, dean of Bhe
colli ge of chemiatry, is the father ol
the new course in household a*"i
sanitary science, elective for women
and, according to Registrar _. B-
Pearce, i vei*p possible branch of
learning necessary to make for- ai
model home will ree Ive thorough
treatment. The course Includes work
in ihe departments ol bacteriology,
botany, animal biology, sociology, and
even mechanical and municipal engine ring.
The course Includes a discussion of
.mils   and   foodstuffs   from   the    ibot-
Dated  June (1th,  1009.
FORD,  Agent.
In proprietors or licenses who or |    ii.)  If  the water  Is  to be use.i  for
T'Y . likely to be affected power or mining    purposes   desoribe
fy        ..    works, either abovwithe place where the water in to be re
ify .   , , let,    B^  F.  Dicklns,  turned to  sonic natural channel, and
Itoiiver, B. C. H
ibe part of the Memorandum Ol
..ia-.lon of the Company which
Iborized  Hie   proposed   application
jwor_   :���   :' as follows:
���31 The   objects for    which    the
jupanv is established and io wlilcu
|Kt5 the Company are    restricted
^^^^^^       ��� ���I works is iione.
(k) This notlc.- was jxisted on the
For by the purrhas,. of water re-JMth day of August, 1909, and appli-
Lor'wate--irivlleges for (a) Con- cation will be made to the Coin-
Ling operating and maintaining missloner on the 16th day of Sep-
Ltric we-ks power houses, gener- jtember, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock,
j ilant and such other appliances |    (1.)  The  names  and    addresses    ol
J conveniences   as     are   necessary jany    riparian  proprietors or licensees
Enron, for the generating Of elec-1 who or whose lands are likely to  be
lta or electric power, or any othsr affected   by   the    proposed     works,
District  of  Coast   Itang.  One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson*
intends to apply for permission to pur-
Of Vancouver, ii. C, occupation, lady,
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, the largest Island in the in-
|dian group. Daied June 6th, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing  60 acres   more  or  less.
BBRGKTA  AN'____ON,
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th.  1909.
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Scientific selection is the principle on which ht. Charles live;   rated
Cream is prepared.
The best milk Cows fed scientifically ,
Selected dairies All sanitary safeguards applied
Yon take nochances whrn yim us_ St. Charl-s Cream. It _ as good
for atj- purpose as the best milk or cream produced by the licst
dairy ��uywliere. For many jmrriosc* it Lh far sujx-rior. It never
curdle-, ft agree* with the most delieate stomach. All it needs
is tlie t_dition of pure water to make it the best food oil earth
���best fer tbe nunery -best for the kitchen.
Sold by "Bert Grocer4 E*)erytvhere
H_nd_>Dte' laooklet Of Mhl-Bta infrtrmalion  lomothed an.l nur_e��se_t
(rrw upou  .vi'ii'in.'
T.   CHAkl.ES  CONDENSING   C01.P_NY.   In ..noil. Ont
___________________���_____________
L_J
PKEALVEK M WIVES
IN EVERY PASTORATE
Could   Not   Stand   tl..   Notoriety   Incidental  >��� His  Unmasking a.d
Oisappeai-^l.
the   difference   in     altitude     between
IKiints  of   diversion  asid  point  of  re-
��urn.     The   water   ls   t0   be   returned 1
about   two hundred   (200)   feet   below      5 . rl0t  ��    C<fS    IUng�� ��ne
in same channel and about sixty  (60) !    Tjl,ke noUce  ***    lYank  -'acobson
feet lower 'of  Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation,  far-
j.) The area  ol  Crown  lend  Intended  to  be  occupied  by    the    proposed
women In the junior and senior year.
Professor Frankforter is not in the
city at present, but Mr. Pearce made
the statemeni today that the professor bas long had the Idea that, with
the elaborate outlay of scientific fac-
iliiies at the university, the woman
who wi.-bes to carry on the work of
ber home tn a thoroughly sanitary
amd up-to-dae manner, has as much
eight to use these advantages at the Ichildrec- there, too
university for the pursuit of her object as the man or woman who wishes 10 devote bis energies to the acquirement of any other scientific pro-
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Wllkesbarre, Pa., Se-pt. 10.���Hav.
John Taggart, n. ISloomsburg, who -fls-
nppear-il .1 years ago, and returned
.a short time ago to the aid of bis wlfie,
'who, thinking b. was daaftj bad nianr-
ried a second time, and who then 01 _-
appeared a second lim,. from Bloomsr
burg, is ovid'irtly much wanted by
women in various parts "t the country, according to enquiries received
iby the iiolice.
It Is known from these letters that .
he has a wlfe at Kr.-donla, N.Y.. and'?_
cblldrefi. there, too; that another wife
and children live near Pittsburg; that
there is stoll another at Buffalo or
Fort Eric, Ont.. and that a fourth one
died a short time ago at V-lievi!le,
N. C, while there is a report that be
has   deserted   wives  in    Philadelphia
l_ of developed  power,    and
for lelt'ner above or below  the outlet are
Lunittln. the same to be us-ed by Ithe Crown. H. B.    Scott.    Vancouver
>Conmnv or bv persons or com-1 and E. PaJ��hman, Vancouver.
ntrai   v   with the company HORAO. WH-LJAMSON,
..tit. un  motive  power  for  the |     412    Westminster   avenue.   Vancou
fe_ra:ine of motors,     machinery   or'ver, B. C.
kirlc lighting or other works or to j
I a: t_e  Company   to   con- 1
vi;-. : ���      ��� lng  or  as a    motive !
If-: ��� propel ing tramways, or for ���
Jr.-.-     tilling,    lifting,    pumping.
BUng, crushing,    smelting, drilling
p milling or for any  Other opera-
il which It  may be adapted ��r I
" or suppllod for or in con
mer, Intends 'to apply for permission. I Bob. jLe  cartoonist,
to   purchase   the  following  described ^bmitted   0  Suprem
Xew York, Sept. 10.���Homer Daven-
��i   an   affidavit
 ^^^^^^^�����   Court  Justice
,     ;       _______________________���        Glegirich,  in opposition to bis wife's
Commencing at a post Planted In'application for pu a week alimony
a small bay on north shore of liend Pending the determination of her
island. Dated June 6th, 1909, JBp. M tl,r, �� separati.u a�� "itted that
plying for the whole Island, contain-lthe   nmtataUUK.   of   Arabian   horses
RRFn abar HORSES !anu Washington,  l_C.
BR"o^L?^^,NSPIRAT.ON!i:>'''Yl-ters   give     ^ript^ns     Of
1 h.m, which are easily lollowed, as he
has but one eye. When the fact of his
return to his first wife was published
a short time ag��, lie declared he could
not stand the notoriety, and suddenly
disappeared.
He has not been beard from since.
lng SO acres more or less.
FRANK. JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Gth,  1909.
at bis New Jersey farm was an ex
pensive hobby, but he added; "1 feel
thai L need it for my physical and
menial health, und without which 1
believe that 1 would be unable to do
my work..''
Counsel for Davenport told tie-
court that although the cartoonist re-
Qfilvas $15,000 a year salary, it should
be borne Ln mind that he was losing
meney   with   bis  stable,   and   that  it
Society
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take   notice  that  Adolph   O.   Johnson, of Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation,
farmer, intends   to  apply  for  permis-
scribed lands: , >  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
sion  to  purchase    -.he    following de- was necessary  for  Davenport to con-
Commencing  at  a  post  planted  on  tlnUE   raising   Arabian   horses,   which
the north shore of Crib lsiand.    Dated acred as a sort of artistic inspiration
June 6th,    1909.      Applying    for the.to him in his    work,    und    without
District  of  Coast   Range One. !whole  Island,    containing    90    acres'which   he  was  sure    Mr.   Davenport
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of 'more or less. could not continue drawing.
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler, 1 ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON. _   ��a_   also  said   that    Davenport
intends  to  apply    for    permission to ] Pe- g   jj   FORD, Agent.      ow s   some  $22,000, which  he  is  pay-
pnrchase    the    following      described |    Dated  June 6th.  1909. ing off at the rate of $10n a week.
LAND   ACTS.
Mr. A. G, McFarlaiie returned from
visiting the A. Y. P. fair. Mr. Mc-
Farlane leaves Friday ou the R. M. S.
Makura to visit friends and relatives
in Australia and New Zealand on his
waj- to his old hon>> in Scotland.
��    ���    ��
Mrs. Kaye and Mrs, J. P.  I'mkham
of Cranbrook are guests of  Mrs.  Mc-
Nab and Mrs, A. Harold Gordon.
��    .   .
Mrs.  F. Stanley Spain is the guest
of .Mrs. c. C Worsfold, Fourth street.
at mr Piano Department will con-
viiuv- you that New Westminster 18
the Race to Get Your Piano. We
defy competition and our prices cannot be beaten In British Columbia
For Instance���a large, beautiful, walnut au��. 1 teet S inches high, only
cash; one ( reet 6 Phckea high,
only fZSO cash. VVo have just received the largo-t shipment we hsive
���ver bail Our store is chock full Of
.ianos. Such w'Hll known maki's as
BOrdhefaer, New Scale William*. Ijo-
niinion. Hoffmau, Kohler and Gamble.
AilI w<. ._-k Is for <ou Jo sail and we
will te!5 you th. rest. Easy payments if dfesired. Stager and TOre��ler
Ai Wilson Si-wing afeichinT-a, Virtor
and Edison Talklajj, mucbines all. 00
eaiq- tcrzos:
J. H. TODD'S
Big Musk House
ww wEBTwim-siTna. a c.
11IUB -
Commencing at a post planted In a
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL BRIDGES.
Sealed tenders addressed: to the
1 uud.-lign-d, and marked on tha en-
veloae; "Tenders l_*v Steel Bridges,"
will be received at thn office of Hi-
commtKsioncrs of the Transcontinental Railway, until. _�� o'clock noon of
the 2-th day of Sja__e___jer, 19011, for
the coastruction and erection of steel
superstructures and floor systems
(with ties and wooden guard rails
complete) required tor bridges at the
poi nii��, num.d beknt:
District "A''
bu.1.
Mile. Bridge. of Completion.
^^^^^_________ S2.ll���Cains River Dec. 1, 19US*.
Mr. Fred-rick Cameron haa left tor 124.5    South  West MaraJntclU,
....      1 v    n \l., ,-r.i,   -i
Mr*. Henry
i Thursday for
I eastern cities.
A.   Eastman left on
Toronto    and    other
Ithaca, N.
^^^^^^^^^^^^_-_ ands
tlon with any other  purposes lor 1    Commencing at a post piantea in ��; ITALIAN   DOCTOR
ik* electricity    or   electric    power,  ma��� lmv on north shore 0f Berry Is,New  Westminster   Land   District,  Dis-      OISCOVERS   CHOLERA   VACCINE        -���-  -   ��� .
i:v     v-i ���r required,    (g)  i,'or;i_nd    dated   June  4th.   1909.      Apply-, trict of New Westminster. "'**   , hl.�� home iu Sydney, Australia, cm the,
���-1-'-- water   ami   water    pover \ Qg 'for ���,.  wll0le  lsiand.  containing 1    Ta).p no((ce that wilWd Dougali of:    Paris  Sept. 10.���Serum and vaccine R. M. S. Makua. :-L-"""��
for-.,   api'lnaiion and dis-. :nn acres more or less. 'Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    in- for   th_ treatment  Of  cholera    have
Mon by erecting dams, lncreas ng , E BBNJAMIN ANDERSON, ���   0        lv to* permission to pur-  lw(.n <liScovered by the Italian doctor      Mrs.  O   Bucklin left foi
k tad of water In    any    existing, Per s   H   F0RDi Agent. t following  described  lands:   ^aaOM,  working  under  tbe direo-lY.. on Thuisday
water, or extending the area     Dalpd Jllne 4lhi i<k)9. 1    commencing at a post planted atLion of professor Metchnlkofl and Dr.
lew, diverting the  waters  of  any .  Northeast  corner of  lot  1409.  thence' plP-r��� Rollx of the Pasteur institute.
imm. pond or lake lnlo  any  otner, ^j,  Range One. I80uth 20 chains, thence east 40 chain. The  serum has  been  tried  in Russia
an, or channels, laying or .rtct., ^   Dor_ Anrierson, of ;thence nortii  to coast, thence foUow-|in   tl..sl,enl,���  cases  and   has   reduced
VZvY ��r    ,l,"��' SiPer_i���_S__   Vancouver,,   B.   C, occupation, lady, Ing the coas, line    to point of coi_;tll0 death rate, which waa 50 per cent
Kt wVr "wh^,    build ng     or ! Intend, to apply for permission to pur. I niencement. I to under
gsf-Ta ��^spa___^��_yr-i
Jd water power or by  altering,  re-|^""'    �� ,"a fith    lqoq     Anolvlng  for
6. ____yra_ aslsfSfiA^������-
f' '-I' ��� par;  thereof ____________���
FANTorVKR   POWER   CO'Y.,   WD,
(Slpiatnre)   p.  H.  W.  Hope,    A. E.
Beck, Directors.
J. V Armstrong, Secretary.
I.      P. 0   Aildrews. Vancouver. BO.
I8��l nf the Vancouver Power Co'y.,
Lull
JOB,
DORA ANDERSON.
Pe.   S.  H.  KORD, AgenL
Dated June 6th, 1S09.
WILFRID  DOT'OALL.
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent
Dated July 21st, 1909.
..  .. ... per cent.   The vaccine is
prepared   by   taking   bacilli   from   the
body of a cholera patient and making
a  culture   thereof,   which  Is  injected
_______________^____       subcutaneously  into  healthy  persons.
Yocal infection follows and the person
Re part (1 acre) of southeast <_ua_ {after.ards   Is  Immune   from   cholera,
ter of section    12,   township   2.   New Dr. Hapkine is now studying tha vac-
Westminster district, cine roSuits in India.
Whereas  proof of toe loes of certi-  . 	
ficate of title number J 757a. WBUedJn  DEP0RT PROSPECTORS
N. B.
i:i4.U7    Juniper Brook
llli.l.    Odell. Brook   ..
March 15, 1910.
. .April 1, 1910.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Tak,. notlc.
|'e-n made t
1 owner _i  [
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take  notice  that  John    Olsen,  of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation, farmer,
Intends   to   apply   for   permission^to
purchase    tbe    following
lands: .
Commencing at  a  post  planted  tn
that an application has,    ^omm-iK-.n.   ��'   ��   k���>   ���	
register  Annie  Ryder k-v at  northwest    corner of    Davies
      ./aa,     ..a     m. , n_ft An.
the nam* of William Oleson, has been
filed ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
uboiou au : the date of the first publication here-
described jof ln a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
In  the  meantime  valid  objection   be
sal h , r ��� slm'lle. undVr a taxijsland
��ie deed from Bldney A. Fletcher to
.���" H Mm bearing date the 13th
��d>'.'. October, A D��� 1906, of all and
""Pilar thai certain parcel or tract
"tad aad premises situate, lvlng
��nn being in the district of New
"estm,,,.,,,.   in the Provln0(. of BrU.
m    Columbia,
northwest    rornw "'    _.���.������.��   ���������- ���Htfn.
Dated   June   6th,  1909.    Ap-  made to me in writing
plying for the whole Island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent-
Dated June Oth, 1909.
tao_n   ������,)
Bl��r!> 1.  Loi
,. ,     ��� IA,|s
4. Lots  1. s. 9
more     particularly
described     as   Lot   '-!_
s 8.
^^^^^^   C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Offlce,    New   West-
nineter, B. c, Angust 2, 1909.
District of  Coast  Range One.
cnued    as  _ot  IB, I    Take  noUce  that  R^JgjJ*���:
9. 16 and 17. Block of Vancouver. B. C   occupat on, f��
Lois |
.lfi and 17, Blook 6,
1 , '��� ��. 12, l;i and 20, Block 9; Lots
g".,'1' 1�� and 17. Block 111; Lots 1, 8,
"1' ;uu| 17. Block 12;   LotB 4, 5   IS,
13
mer, Intends to apply for permission
to  purchase  the  following  described
iocs uj uon 4  5  1. I    Commencing at a post planted on
.  '""I -"��� "lock 111-  Lou l   8   .   Ill the southeast shore In a small bay on
W W, Block 14; Lots 18  fl   ie and 'compton   lsiand.     Dated   June   4th.
����� Bl��k_16; Loi. 15, and 20, Bl_ck |l909.P    Applying for the whole��� Islaml.
8- 9,16 and 17, Bl_c_ 18; \ staining SO^^^JoN.
Per S. H. FORD, AgenL
Dated June 4tb, 1909
j7; linsI	
Wt 8  Block 21;  all   subdivisions"..
14 a. "���,'","" '' ''ots 10' ��. 18. 18.
Ul IH T B,"��"vlslo��� of
Hiafi|2.p 1; ^i 24' 25' 26. 27
31 ami'"-   1 1   . :, >,,s "��� 88' 26   27'
1,11,,;-,"*; lo>S 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
Blook 4'   "'    '.14' ,r' X8- 19a��d 2I)-
9 ^    '���  Lot lb. Block 6;   Lots  1.8,
"and"     i'���l!0,'k 15:  Lo'^ 4- 5. I2'
"-"      o"'Ilnc.   ����� subdivision of laot
District of Coast Range One.
Take   notice  that   Jacob     "^"'
of Vancouver, B. C. ��cc,1Pfttlon-.^I.
    penter,   intends  to apply   or permis
VlY'vYY; TCK ''��� B,lb("vl8lon of"Lot Ision to    purchase    the following ue-
!J' Oro-ni'w     ,. B1��ck 4- of L"H scribed lands: ni.nted on
I A,  ,1 Map 174- Commencing at a post planted ��
Under        t,K,r,' (',Rlml��K through or ) the southwest shore of Mound wlnno.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
WITHOUT SUFFICIENT SUPPLIES
District "D."
Circle River ..   . -July 1, 1910.
Low Bush River, June 1, DUO
Brule  Creek   ...April  1,   1910
     Fred_rlchouse   River,
113.48    Buskgow River April la. 1910.
-    -    - 1123.5     Driftwood River, May  1. 1910.
Miss   Eriggs   was   visiting  Mr.  and. 135_0     Muattagama River, June 1, 1910
Mre. T. S. Annandale at Blackie Spit-.    Plans and profiles may ,be seen and
*    *    * full Information ohtarned at the office
Mrs. Hugh L. Jones (nee Miss VVac |of    the Q^ef    Engineer    at  Ottawa,
die)  of  Cltrerdale,  was the  gut>st of|onjta___
f,Z2;
Mr.   and   Mrs.  T.   R.  Pearson  were      09 .-
the guesU of Mr. and Mrs. J. ....  Lee:  g9(j
at    their    summer    home at  Blackle Una'nn
Spit. |J'US"!J
honor at a taa on Tuesday given Uy
the teachers of the Lord Kelvin
school.
The wedding was solemnized on
Tuesday evuing in the Olivet Baptist
church  of Florence Winnlfred. eldest
After contracts are awarded the
successful tenderers must submit de-
signs of a"ll Superstructures with
stress sheets all to be ln accordance
with tl_ Specifications ot Department
of  Railways  and  Canals  of  the  Do-
-_����.��� -..  -   . minion Government, 1908.     The class
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. \V Ban-I(?f lQad to be us���d lg that deBignated
���    .-   _,...������.,_..   n���n,m���    third  ������t,.Heny., ,_ ,he sald gpeciflcations.
ton,   to   Ebenezer   Dundas,   third  son
of ths Rev. Robert Lennie.      The offl
...._,.,-        ...    aaaa:   �����...    ^r-__.	
Tenders will be received for one or
Fort Chlppewyan, Sept. 10.���The deportation  of improvident  prospectors ^	
and others from the far north ^s |c[atTnag'c'iergyme"n''were the lather of jmoW'oftVstnature's1 required.
commenced, and on board tn��"u"; |the 8ro0m and the Rev. C. W. Brown. | Each tender nulst be signed and
son's Bay steamer Graham wmen ^^ lookp(1 rPmaj.kamy hand-lsealed by all tht, parties to the ten-
came in the other day were four "in some ^ ft gow��� of hand-embroidered ^er ^j witnessed, and be accompan-
Who were found by the Mourned ro- chiffQn ove_ wl)ite Bin- tatteta. She led by an acCepted cheque on a -bar-
lice beyond Fort Smith without sui- cajrl(,d a bout,liet of pink and wbite tered bank of the ^minion of Can-
fldent provisions for twelve montns rose,juds Thfl bridesmaids, Misses ada payable to the Commissioners of
and without money to buy an., b. |Aellne An(ierson, May Battson and tbu Transcontinental Railway, for a
ing in this state, they were acting U rtrude _anton, wore drosses of sum equal to five per cent. (5 p.c.) of
contrary to the law, which P��������* crea_Q silk eolienne uatd carried pink Uj, amount 0f the tender
that   tiersons   going   far   north   must 1 .._-��       Tli_ r__nt.  llttla flower-I    ti,. -1..1..  i���  r,,..^v0,i  1
that persons going far north
have twelve months' supplies or thi
means to obtain such, and failing In
this respect they must return. The
value of furs brought up by the Graham was estimated to be fr��n_ .300,-
000 to $400,000.
carnations.      The dainty little flower-;    Tbc r|���bt is reserved to reject any
.      . -_. -.       i.i ���__..    J_l  lnnl.A.,1 .   m     _
���ind.-,. vnn      ,    ' """ung inrough or;tbe soutnwesi snore _ >--.-.      ,or
any AI    "I'1 ""  I1,','s<"^  claiming; Dated, June 4th, 1909.     Applying m
Y. YY       the sm1,1 land bv vli-the whole Island, containing SO acre
?d ��U y-YlYYlAY _'����'",ment. Imore or less. TA(V)B80N,
In the  '��������� .   ,K ' 1;Li,nlnK any Interest.
title i. ',, ���"'  liy  ascent,   whose
visions _? .YA"^ """"'' U��e ?����� I
are required i     ';"M  8^'trj  Act,"
'^nAYlYr   Wllhi" ten dnvs
��* this tic.ti,'..!'.,'' AA A*< Publication
"" -ir,1i In default 0! ae*.
JACOB  JACOBSON,
Per S. II. FORD, Agent-
Dated June 4th. 1909.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
j. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Telephone 13. Offloe. Eighth St.
60   YEAR?
EXPERIENCE
W1IUUV1U, ��� ��-     ���-....,      _       ,,���,     ,,���������,     ,,
girl,  Miss    Nellie    Bradshaw,  looked jor a!,  ten(jerg-
sweet  In   an    empire    gown  of  blue _..  ���a��� '
satin. The groom was supported by
hls brother, Mr. Theodore Lennie
After the ceremony a reception was
held at the home of the bribe's parents on Third street. The happy
couple left mill showers of rice and
confetti for the Sound cities. On
their return they will take up their
reBltRnce at the corner of Sixth avenue and Sixth street.
Trade Mark*
Designs
.... Copyrights Ac.
Anyone uniAInt a akttetl snd . _crtnt1.->n m��.
j-lcklr niiertaln cur opinion free whether an
lu-.mlon la prob.lilyPMt_____i'om_an'0.
MnnlBtrlotljroimOileiitliU. HANDBOOK onl-nliMili
���ent free. Oldest sttencf for toeurlnsJ>ateiit..
1>-tent* taken tlirouvh Munn a Co. receipt
teeeiat notiu, w Itbout oherx��, la the
Scientific Americans
4 h��nd��omelr Uliutrat��il weokly.   Lnrgest olr-
SUtlon of ��ny felentl.o Journal.   Terniii for
nada.ilH.T6 s yaar, pontano prepaid.   Sold 1)j
SypNlCo.����'B'-- New York
Branch OUlce. _> V Bl.. W_bI.icu.-kui. D. C.
i, A _,ar,geunUm,bV2rK ��f _��_ig  Pe��.!e"    Whereas proof of the los8 or certi-
the majority of whom had spent the j   ^ "
SSnStSg^^&_&^^_%. ���6of John Bernard John-
By order,        ^^^^^^^^^^^^
P. E. RYAN.
Secretary.
The Commissioners of    the Transcontinental Railway, Dated of Ottawa,
August 28, 1909.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group 2,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the los8 of certl-
side, gathered at th. residence of Mr
and Mrs. J. R. Gilley yesterday evening for the purpose of bidding farewell to MiBs Vera Gilley, who leaves
In th�� near future for Montreal where
she will enroll as a student at McGill
university. A very pleasant evening
was passed.
MAKE YOUR APPtAl. to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper.
son. has been filed In this office.
I Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here,
of ln a dally newspaper published ln
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 or Titles.
Land  Registry    Offlce,    New  Westminster, B. C, August 30, 1909.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY.
NEW3.   The Morning Papsr.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY HKWS.
SATURDAY,   SEPTE
MBER
We Buy
So That
We Can
Sell
and sell so that we
can sell again. We
have the goods at
the right price, and
(what is more), the
right goods. We
never fail to please
those who want the
best.
If you want anything in our grocery or crockery
line call in and see
us; we are here to
supply you.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
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m This ia tbe season to beautify
��� your   residence   and   protect   it
J against the wet winter weather
n by giving it a coat of
MAPLE LEAF
PAINT
SOLD BY
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I ,erything for tbe garden at Tidy's
phone 184.
The funeral of the late W, Myers
Cray takes place at 2:.o today from
Holy Trinity Cathderal to the Church
of England "emetery, Sapperton.
Bargain    days at  P.
Friday and  Saturday.
Burnt
__   Co..
203
Chief Constable Colin Campbell of
the pro/Mcial iwice was In the city-
yesterday afteruoon visiting the local
office and following up certain cases
��i tne bands of the police.
Be sure your Pall shoes have Hercules soles on.
��� Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
A  case  for   divorce   will   be  beard
fore Justice Morrison this morning
n   ibe supreme    court at   11   o'clock.
The  applicants    are    Mr.    and   Mrs.
Vallee,
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witchazel Cream
We also havi all  kinds of complexion  creams  and  skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.
For lirsl-ciass cut Mowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie.-
Greenhouse, R_u_. *'
Lord Charles Beresford writes from
Toronto that he will be unable to accept the invitation of the board of
trade to visit New Westminster,
which be remembers visiting years
ago. owing to the abandonment of his
Western  trip.
Anderson   &   BOddy,
want too carpenters.
Mills.
Praser Mills,
Apply  Fraser
208-3.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Word has ibeen recleved from Judga
Howay of the county court from Mineral Point, Wisconsin, stating that he
; will return on Sunday night and tbat
j.he   will    be   on    the    bench  for  tlie
county   sessions     lhe    following  day
|and  Tuesday.      Judge  Howay  visited
i Chicago   and   other    American   cties
| during his journey.
For light lunches, teas and candies
th,-  place Is Smith's, lat e Ay ling. 71",
jColum. la  street. 207-0
Prasoloskl. the Pole Who has been
j committed for trial rti a charge of
perjury in connection with the alii ged stealing of a cow. may be test-
led as to his sanity, as to which there
are doubts. He Is a brother of the
man of the sum,, name who was accidentally shot last year Wear Mt.
Lehman.
Hercules sole leather wil] wear out
two pairs of any other sole leather
made.
An employee of one of th-- lopal
mills was taken to St. Mary's hospital  yesterday  evening suffering  fron.
_, ��� _ ,        .      . a foot so ibadlv crushed that amputa
te purpos. of Education is to help jtion   wfl.  necessary,       rhe   n,an  Wils
a  person    to work to    advantage���to unconscious   at   the   time of   nis   ad-
i mission   to  lhe    hospital,  and  it  was
In   'h*|Impossible    to    discover    either    his
name or how he received tlie Injury.
make   every     stroke   count.
rank  and  file   the   educated   men   get
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
the best salaries. Have you enrolled
for a Commercial training at our
night school, which begins Wednesday evening, September 15th? If not.
DO  IT NOW.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
610 Columbia Street
TRADE
Owner will trade for good farm land
Improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New Westminster. Splendid view.
Monthly rental $25. Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS
OF COURT BLOCK, VANCOUVER.
The  Ladies
of New Westminster are cordially Invited to inspect the opening of
Misses Connor _ McQuarrie
IN
NEW EALL MILLINERY
TODAY, SATURDAY. An exquis-
ite display of New York, Portland and
Toronto pattern hats. A full line of
Ladies' Hat Trimmings.
BRINE   BLOCK,  627   COLUMBIA   ST.
BOOTS and   SHOES
ChamberlinJ!& Co.
Lavery Block,      Colombia St.
The regular meeting of the Bartenders' International League, Sunday,
September 6th, has been postponed
to Sunday, September 12th, at which
meeting business requiring the attendance of .very member will be
transacted.
SAM   GILES,   President.
P.  PAULSON,  Secretary.
B. C. E. R. city and Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for th. accommodation of the New Westminster people attending the horse races
at Minoru park. Lulu island. Th
last Sapperton car will leave the office at 11:30 p.m.. and the city car at
11:20 p.m. ����
Chief Constable Colin Campbell of
the provimc'.U police, when in tlie
[city yesterday, replied to queries regarding the Silver Creek murder,
that no information had yet been received from Constables Wilkle or
Gammon who are investigating, _e-
ycod the fact that th,. body had been
recognized as that of Howard Wade,
a logger. Constables Wilkie and
Lane are now at Chilliwack. and Constable Gammon is at Ashcroft.
If you wear Hercules soles your
shoes  will never need  resoling.
P. Burns & Co. have just received
two fine bucks, tho first tills season;
venison  now on sale. 200-2
Arrangements    have    been,    made
with Mr. Macness for a splendid seven iiii-ce orchestra to accompany the
excursion which is being given by the
Women's  Auxiliary  of tb ���   Royal  Columbian     hospital    on    the     steamer
Transfer  to    Ladner, on  Tuesday of
the  coming    week.      The    orchestra
will   provide music  for dancing,  both
I going and returning.     The  Transfer
will   leav-    the  city    for  Ladner al
17:30 p.m., the regular afternoon trip
having   been  cancelled.
Buy orchard iands while they are
cheap and become Independent.      We
are the Official agents of The Wester;,
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd, Lei
us tell ynu aboul their choice holdings
at Appleland. \ new townsite and
fruii distrlcl along the line of th
li. C, Electric Chilliwack llne and v.
Y. & 10. Cloverdale io Sumas Hailway
This section excells In the production
of all fruiis. Coiiio al once wbil_ the
best lands are selling cheap and lei u-
sbow you this section at our expense.
We can sell flve, ten, fifteen and
twenty acr(. tracts ou easy terms. .'
J.  Hart & Co., Ltd. ������
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
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j Snaps in Lots *
*    UNI.*!} TERS" C0RNER~5 M,NUTES T�� a'*��� ST. CAR
___?,t���_T.   .__    TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE-66x145  FEET;
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;   $600;   TERMS.
Program changed Monday, Wen
nesday and Friday. Bpeclal matinee
for ladies nnd children Saturdays at J
8:30 p. m.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
First Showing of the
Fall Styles in Women's
Misses' Costumes.
New
and
EVERY   DEVOTEE   OF FASHION-EVERY   FASHION   L.0V
ING  WOMAN  WILL  BE  DEEPLY   INTERESTED   IN  THIS n^
PLAY.       WE   ARE   GOING  TO   DRAW   ASIDE   THE  CURTAl
OF   LATE  SUMMER  AND REVEAL   THE   FIRST   SHOWING 0F
THE   BEWITCHING   FALL FASHIONS.
THE    NEW   EFFECTS, THE     STYLE
FALL, ARE  PICTURED  IN  THESE
ACTING   DEGREE.    OUR   FIRST   SIGHT   OF
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TENDENCIES    FOR
MODELS   TO   A   MOST ��X.
THE   NEW   MOD-
ELS BROUGHT ANY AMONT OF PRAISE FROM US AND WE
ARE MORE THAN ANXIOUS THAT YOU SHOULD SEE
THESE   NEW   FALL   BEAUTIES.
FASHIONS' LATEST CONCEPTIONS FOR FALL ~ IM
STYLISH, UP-TO-DATE GARMENTS. SKIRTS, COATS, WRAPS
AND WAISTS. THESE MODELS PRESENT THE NEWEST
IDEAS  AT  ATTRACTIVE  PRICES.
THIS   DISPLAY   POSSESSES     A     DECIDED
NESS���HERE   YOU   ARE   ASSURED    STYLE,
ITY  AND   LESSER   PRICES.
TO FIND BETTER VALUES AND A MORE AUTHENTIC
DELINEATION OF THE NEW FALL MODELS IS IMPOSSIBLE
THIS STORE HAS AN ACKNOWLEDGED LEADERSHIP iiv W0-
MEN'S AND MISSES WEAR AND THIS DISPLAY WILL ADO
MORE PRAISE TO OUR ALREADY WELL EARNED SUCCESS.
THIS IS THE VERY FIRST SHOWING FOR FALL AND AS
USUAL WE ARE IN THE LEAD. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
WILL GIVE YOU JUST AN IDEA OF THE MANY INTERESTING   FEATURES   THIS   DISPLAY  HOLDS  FOR YOU.
ATTRACTIVE.
FIT   AND  QUAL-
NEW    TWO-PIECE
SUITS   FOR  THE   FALL.
in plain Venetian shades ol
fawn, green, navy, black,
brown, taupe, etc. Coal is
in   three-quarter  length   roll
collars; cuff ;��id pockets
trimmed with fancy tabs,
silk braids and larg,. buttons; skirl In semi gnr-d
new  pleated effect.    Price
$25 to $37.50
SMART  TAILORED
SUITS  OF  STRIPED
SHEVRON   CLOTH.
in handsome grey stripes;
two-toned effect. A very
chic styis of suit; trimmings
;i_il button^ of same material.  Price
$39.00
NEW  FANCY
DELAINES AND   EMBROIDERED   FLANNELS.
SUital le for blouses, dressing sacques, etc., in neat
salin Stripes wi:b light Moral
design. Small patterns,
plain stripes, polka dots of
all colors; satin stripes in
self or tWO-tomed effect In
dark and light shades, Price
p.-r yard
50c to 85c
SMART AND STYLISH
GOLF JACKETS
New eoai Btyle, double-
breasted wiih large pearl
bullous bound with braids,
high tailored collar in fancy
knit fin,. Saxony wool. Pr ce
STUNNING  AUTUMN
COATS  FOR  WOMEN
in beaver cloth and broadcloth isi black, navy, green,
taupe, high military collars
trimmed with satin striping* and satin tubular cloth,
brass and jet buttons Bt-ml-
fitting satin llm-d prices
$14.50 to $35.00
$9.50
GOLF JACKETS
IN FINE WORSTEDS,
double and single breasted,
with pockets, with ��r without belts, high collar, plain
colors of cardinal, white,
With sky and grey with cardinal  facings.      Prices  each
$3.50 and $3.75
STYLISH COATS
FOR FALL.
Made of extra qua ily vlci'ma
cloth ill v ry pretty shades,
handsomely trimmed wllh
satin facings, braids and
large butto is lined with satin, turn down military collar, fancy lapels, bO-inche.
long.      Price
NEW PATTERNS IN
WAISTS
These remarkably handsome early styl;_ will b��
quick to go. Come while
the display is at its best.
Priot8 are extremely modest
SMART BLOUSE WAISTS
FOR DRESSY WEAR
in plain ratios, all il.e mos:
popular shades fn :!;.. <y_-
lng season In tau]". :��� - 11
black, brown, navy. PrlCM
each
$7.50 to $8.50
SHOWING  A  VARIETY OF
DAINTY   WAISTS  FOR
ALL OCCASIONS
In  which are eci i nel win
colored   silk   iiiiiiini:
pure  silk   In.-, rtloi
tucked    and    sherred, sn.
lined,      fastem I      ack   or
front; sizes 32 to 42.   Price*
$4.50 to $15.00
HIGH-GRADE
SERGES
Best English and French
serges for women's suits aid
skirts and children's doth.
ing. Serges that are pelia-
ble in every way, and they
are more popular than ev.-r.
Many serges in lin or li,iiV''
twill 88 to 42 Inches wld .
weights suitable for girls'
school dresses, gymnastic
costumes, etc, Per yard
45c TO 75c.
NAVY  CHEVIOT SERGE
In      several      shades    Wld
weights,  per yard
75c TO $1.00
ENGLISH   SUITING
SERGES
in navy and black: flne, even
weave;   good   w Ight,   II   '"
50 inches  wide, per yard
75c TO $1 00.
FRENCH   SERGE
in navy only. Bn.   even, Hn.
weave,   pi rmanenl   finish, M
Inches In  width, ner )
$1.00
per
$27.50
WEST   OF   ENGLAND
SERGE
f.l inches, rough flnl
heavy strong and dura ill "
finish.     Per yard
$1.10.
CREAM   COATING  AND
DRESS SERGES
A splendid    range   Of tte��
popular suitings, light, ��"'"';
um and  heavy weights, ��,;
or rough weaves, per
75c TO $1-25
yard
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORESFOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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