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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
hroiiOME i
NUMBER 200.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbi--** -r^ione 85.
HusPiTAL nmm
WAIT ADEQUATE FUMJS
INCOIV.R TEAM
COLLAPSED IN THIRD
Central   Building   of   Royal   Columbian
a  Characterized   By   thej        Hospital   Will   Be   Commenced
KL!r._>i.EDS DROWN      BHIDGE Will BE
IN MEXICAN FLOODS   READY IN SIX WEEKS
me
lashing Tactics of Visit-
Mint. Cup in Safety.
the
.   ..     .        ,j   n Inning on Satur
no   'u..   rend
Minto Cup    afe  lrom  any
reason, bul
,   , ,,, in  Hi.-  number
.,, <,i which
i      tall,    now
,1,  whii ii  is ii   prool  of
Y "ns    season,
confident   <>f   vlc-
Vaucouver men bavlng
inone)  up on tbo result,
n-aa  ii"   taken   wlthoul
.    un the part oi the
and particularly by
who win  be badly hit
��� i .    la attendance, owing
V" ..   on Belli* _ having telnched
I       .,,:,.! attack.
' Ref;ree System  Fail*.
proposition    did   ooi
a gtralghl  Btruggle
iwu referees a* to the j
kilns; oul  "i   tags.    The  condition
I :i,,,   su acute in the B i
.   got   seni    ott    lor
\ . Rennle  that  it si - m-
Kttjiii ihe  match   would  not   be
i. As It was play ri sum-
|i__ Westminster    referee
nay io the slighter penalty.
[(mfuui.r resorted to slashing tac-
[���ral ugly cuts were given
r.   Delays were frequint<
faeirl) three hours were occupied
lie whole game owing to the fre-
&:��� ���: n   Chief oi   Folic.   Mc-
\ih had nut gone on  the field in
i       ��� ;    the    last    quarter,
|: ertain to have bei n trou
Iiich occurrred at the
. in        V incouver,
When $75,000 is in Sight.
Nothing will he done with I ,
structlon ol the new central building
nt ib,. Royal Columbian hospl i   un
iii  there Is more money in .-,...   for
the payment of the com.
li  Is  figured  that  n  cleai   |      1)00
will be required for the buildini   and
furnishings.     The sum ol .:;��� 000 vu
ed   by the ratepa,. rs on  Wi
will : e available as soon at  ;i,    ��� ,,,i
of    managers   ol    the   ho are
i ..id;., and   Mayor  l<- sr)   ba ;t
promise ol |26,000 toward ii,. building. The managi r will noi tn ike a
start until |75,000 is assur d
Extra accommodation i, badl, need
od, the present building bn u lng ., out
60 in 66 Instead ol the 45 provided
for when constructed At the " xt
monthly meeting the board will go
carefully Into the plans, so thai an
��� arly star;., consistent with financial
safety,  may  be mud,'.
City  of   .Monterey   Suffers Big Spans to Be Placed in
From Rising of Waters-     Position This Morning at
FISHEKMtN WILL ASK        WANTS 1^
LONGER OPEN StASON     yup i
nts pi:_ copy.
TRAIN
UNG PEAVERS
Dreadful Sufferings.
tlco,   Aug.   29.���Eight
i       , ��� i.       rtrow iu ii.   fifteen
thou ���,, .. _   ami propi rt) dam
������":-  Io v   0|   -HI..- .UUD  v   Hie
r,-snit ol  th       whii,, struck the
Luiu Island.
Cit)   i,' v., i,   ll  and  l_  O'clock
da)  mow
A   '������ i.1., I.      ibi,v.-     of     rain   has
swelled tl r to a width of a mile
and ., I    I and    li    complet, i.,  over-
flOWl  I o|   the   Cit)         Nv   a
Bingli   ��� i'.,,, i, -i Laredo cit)
thus Telegraph c  . om
^ esti i.i., ioon   ihe  two large
glrdi i., ul   ih,.  sw ng    spaa  tor  tne
Lulu  Islad  v, Ige wi ;,.  ii,,.nu.i  down
Willi    Hi..   Illl,.   a.,.I    .,ll    ;���.   in.:,..,I    in
I1"- Ition   a.   ii..    morning  tide   today.
These   two  gird" rs    a,,,   the   largesi
Are   Preparing     Petition      Requesting
That Close Season Come to End
Septemb;r 8.
Richard Burde Offers Handsome Prize Fur Junior Lacrosse Boys of This City.
Richard Burde, etter known ;v
' Dick,' i.n in. rl) news editor ol tbe
N .vi . now ownei ami editor "i the
Alberni I- onei r, an.i on.  ol the best-
t. r- , used in im. Btrucl tre In Canada, bei ,.���
��� ach , . i.vi in length and eleven feet
��' ic Ighi. Four other smalli r glrdi , a . requlied to compl te i'"'
draw span. Twentj n,. n work, d al
most nlghi and day making the neci
sar) preparations to, th Betting of |6on ,i,js ,,,;l
iln-  two masslv ���  girder.,  placed  yes
Th,. fishermen of  iln- Fra       river
bavi   decldi d   to  hold  a   mee lag  t,
(lilui min.. on action to be taken with
regard   lu obtain     mor ,     tim..' lo,- l.s ,-
lng  this   e i  than  the    Dominion
laws  permit.    Tin- ne"Ung Iia.. been
called  by  Becretar)   .1.   w   Broderlck
of the fisher, ni. union for :' p.m. on known newspapermen <*i ih,. coast,
Saturday at tbe fun,- haii aud all bas offered a handsome prize to tho
fishermen an requested to be Pre* best Junior lacrosse team In this city.
ent, it is understood that th,. meet- The prize consists of twelve iin,- suing uiii bo asked t , endorse .��� pett- int watches, one for each member of
tlon to the governmenl asking i,,, ths ,i"' l> ���>'"' winning the cit) Junior
resumption of fishing on Sept tuber championship,
8. in view or backward  sotkeye sea-
LABOR    DAY    FESTIVAL.
Champions  in  Form,
fai  ..-  ih.   play   Itself   was  cou
li Westminster   noy.,  Bhow
lit a Ivan age   ol   three     wo, kn
|: last   gam.,   _ud   ���.-.���re   Is  arousing
their opponents in every   tion.
Inch oi . clence.    The de,....
.   ..       mi u.ui  varn i\. white
|: :., isea   his   return   by
i.  ,   and   ijuick   Shoos,   innj tu.   beaut)   b)   whlcn  hi oti-
ond   tally.     Bryson    Is
i     i  ill...  home ugain, bui
pn   alb)   i,c  there  aguiu   be-
ly   more   serious   lacrosse   is
Jed     thi   park,
|ti' ..��� ���       ;ne  star   man   ior
visitors,  .m.i   Lalonde  tin.-  whole
l,ome. _euigL. Matheson
iome good  work  at  centre,  aud
I more justified hla repu-
I ��� ��.   goaltender.   The Van-
I1" _aa   weaa,   and   missed
Jrvi     ���      oil a forming the detent e ,
|1_ tailed to work in harmony, and'
iiv ..all readny enougu. |
Quiet Start.
I1'' ' ii first Westminster w ut away
llli a rush, an I  almost  scored  froai
lm Kennli  sending ben Turnoull In,
I'Spri        .. mug the sphere away,
' ,���  .....   II,e  mui -ng  in
f" With  a  hard   sn,..   w...c.i
ty Qiboons,     Some  spect.ic-
t Hi     K.un:,-.,   sea.    Pat
r;v lo with the secont' aid on
Burning .ancouver his Spriiger for
*       - hla Bt ck at Bill Turnbull. He
Novelty   Sports   Attraction   Feature
Mcnday.
Preparations for the labor celebration on Monday wlll iv completed al
a couple of meet nu.- to be held thla
week, om- being called for ton
probably the lasi at tiie I. O. 0 y
hall, as the new Labor hall will i,
occupied on Wi dnesday.
Ai tb,. ball to be held in tii eve
iii.ig at the Skaiing rink two handsome prizes hav. been presented tor
award to the best wall/..:.. One of
tb.- novel features ol the sports In the
afternoon will be ile- pole-climbing
contest for union men, bin owing to
lis  nature  it   practically   resolves   It-
munlcatlon I          pli .1      The electric terday.     'I be)  were placed crosswiBi
plani  la hall  under water, the clty_ on two large scows, spaces Ior which
streei            ervice  i    paralyzed  and bad been left In the supporLug taise
uie ��     r sup]      ;   crippled, work   between  the  piers,      With  the
-        ._.             _, I high  tide  lhe scows  were passed luto
Bar. Time to Flee. the,_   pOB|tions,     remaining   until   the
ll.    inhabitants  In  the  vicinity cl falling  tide  broughi   the girders  into
tbe   stream  had   wi.,   time   t<   Bee place.      The   still   falling   tide   also
i,. onrush of water floated  tiv scows  free  from  beneath
carried  away  their  homes  an i  cl at-
nis. and In  man.,  cases drowned oc-
on  cupan a ol small huts used by natives.
Conditions are chaotic and the plazaa
the girders.
In about six weeks ii la anticipated
that the international Contract Com
pany win be n ady to band over th
r. a requesi was made
recentl) thai the fishermen bv allowed  to  use seven  inch  mesh  nev  from
now on, but a refusal has been recelv-
ed from the Minister of Maria, and
fisheries.
are crowded with homeless natives, bridge to tlie city completed, with the
Flood cu,ini,,:,.. extend as tar south track hiUi for the oarg .,��� , Bpan wil.,.(1
as Saltlllo, although no great damage for operation. The tr atlework ap-
beyond Inconvenience to the citizens proachea are now competed almosl
and minor .lav,v.. ;,, the roadbeds to the level ol the bridge. The draw
of the railroads ia reported south oi itself is 22. feet .n length and on,, of
Monterey. ... longest of iis kind in use.     t.._
The s, Qe in the flood-swept section work on the bridge has been progress-
of Monterey is one of utter desola- ing much more rapidly recently part-
tion. Four city blocks on the south My owing to better condition.-' since
side have  completely  disappeared,        WiK, falling of the high water, ati I the
For sevent) two hours rain has fll-[management of the new Bupertnten-
len In unprecedented volume througn-|flemt   _.   K.   Murray  of  Bos.on,  who
skilled eltctrlca] wlremtn, and will be
watched    with    much   interest.
tug of  war is  another feature
large  amount of
The
whii h
atten-
NEW VE_SEL EOR
FRASER RIVER
oul this section, and the rive, Santa
Catallna rose gradually all day Friday, the crest of the flood r. a ��� lng
Monterey early today. At first 1'
wag thought thai ther,- would be no
lo.-s of life, but the water had reached
a  height   never   before   attained  and
took charge about a month ago. Mr.
Murray was the superintendent of the
construction of ibe 12-story Dominion
Trust block in Vancouver.
Rome,   Aug.   29.���It   ls   stated   that
the  Pope  has decided   that   the   Vai.
swept  buildings    trom    their founda-!can gardens are not  big enough  for
tions by the score. The electric light jautomoblllng.     Consequently his holiness  baa  given  his  c_r to  Cardinal
Merry  Del   Vai,   the   papal  secretary
plain was put out of commission last
(Continued   on   Page
bi-j.
FIRE  DESTROYS  PORTION
OF   GRAY'S   HARBOR
of state.
AMERICAN  TARIFF
WILL  AFFECT  BUDGET
Handsome Freighter "West
First Time on Saturday.
Hoqulam, Aug. 29.���-Flre winch | Ottawa, Aug. 29.���Inquiry in offl-
broke out In an old barn near t.ie't'al circles here elicits confirmation
business centre of the city threat- [of the cable from London that the
ened to destroy an important portion United Slates Tariff i_ thv subject of
Of the town and did damage to the ,communication between Ottawa. Lon-
ham" Took the Water for-extent of $_5,oou w.th insurants only don and Washington, The Uoveiu-
'U '      K L,U    U   l     '    '       ,$11.u<mi.      The    fire     was  caused   by   ment  is understood  to have Hal  sev
sparks from a passing locomotive, eral of its Customs experts carefully
Owing to the streets being torn up, S�� into the Tariff question. There
the Ure department could not reach several phases of the question which
the seem- with wagons and 10.000 are not quite clear, and as these In
A   fresh  addition   was  mad..- to  the   feet of hose had to be carried blocks some cases are uot effective for some
by the department. months yet, communication by way of
'The  Aberdeen   fire   department   re-  definite  interpretation    are    passing.
spon,led    and    prevented    the Han.es  There can  be  no  doubt  that  the Ca-
lrom    spreading    to    the  Mercantile I nadlan   Budget   will   be  framed   with
already long list of boats built and
launched in this port yesterday, when
th new steam freighter bu.lt by Arthur Seaton at the Royal City yards
took the water for the tirst tnue.
the new    I reign ter Is a handsome
Special Trip For Game.
Mr.  Burde  mad    a  sp. clal  trip lrom
Alberni. on the w.st coast of Vancouver island. lo Witney S , unl.i.v s
game, and he was Immense!) pleased
ai the result. Th,- point that Impressed Mr. luud most, however, was
the presence of at least two young
players, whom he bad never sen or
beard of : efore upon the team
1 never saw either 'Grumpy' Spring
or li ick' Marshall play before," said
I" ���������>��� fact, up till Baturda, l didn't
know that there were such persons
In existence. .'ow that s whai was
to me the mosl Impri Bslve tsature of
the whole game; the facl tb ti whi a
hole., occur in the team they can be
a milk test, and for that purpose had Oiled by players rlghl her,, in the
mixed the usual strong acids wiih a ''''>'' That's tbe sort of thing that
Bmall quantity Of m'.lk Hn a glass New Westminster ought to be proud
beaker. He was examining the reac- "'��� We want to keep the Minto cup
Ion, when suddenly tbe mixture ex- right here on t_L. banks of the I'l-iS'ir-
ploded ami a large Quantity ol tb and we want to keep h here with a
powerful  add   w-as  Splashed  over  his   team  the  players In  which have  beiu
BURNED   BY   ACID
A.    Averill      Sustained      Painful
juries  as   Result   of  Accident.
A. Averill, the manager Ol
\Yw Westminster cream, ry, is
presenl suffering from painful injur-
les received as ihe result of an acci
dent on Saturday morning.
Mr.  Avi iin was engaged ln making
In-
the
at
face.
Mr, Averll] at once plunged his lace
In water and applied usual reagents
to counteract the action of the acid,
not however, before he had received
painful burns.    Fortunately the liquid
born   and   lm d   in this  city.      None
of   your   Imported eastern   stars   for
us.  Wlia: we want is the homegrown
variety."
Encourage Young Players.
It  is  his  d sire to keep  ih(.
rame
MUSI DECIDE ON
COMPANY'S OffER
addh.-n to the Fraser river II et. She caught  fire  thirty  times,  but was Un
building and other business blocks In due reference to the altered condition offer  of   tiie   Vancouver  Power  C
the nortn section.     Th��   Y. M. c   A.  following the new American Tariff
was built by Mr. bea.un for L. Kog.i.
A; to, of this city, an J will be used
in Ire gluing business between tins
port, Vancouver and Nanaimo.
The new vessel is 95 Let in length
great reluctance, and iu and hai abeam of 22 feet and a depth
All d   shot,   nothing  n-
' I i lacking was the rule.
tidy Clark .started off with a great
on, but  George  Rennie   beat   him,
���  .n 11out oi the Salmon
"lies goa    Lalonde pllt in a beauty
"   Sandy   Gray   handled   to   per-
tended   to,   the  new    vees -1   will
Classic   Industry.
church  many  blocks |    Berlin, Aug.  2U.���A  pl ce of d3ntal   the construction of the new Coquiila
ally saved.
the Swedish 	
away, together with  residences, were|work 3,000 years old was i-xhi m-d ���<
discovered  on   fire  and  only  efficient
wo _t kept  the  fire from gaining way
missed     his    eyes,     and   while     the   going among the younger element in
greater quantity of it was washed Off   this   city���to   teach   th,-    young  idea
efore  it  had  a chance  to  bum  very   bow lo shoot, and how to p.ay iu the
deeply   into  the  skin. field   and   defence   for   thai   matter-
Mr. Averill. face is, however, badly   that has l<-d  Mr. Burde to put Up the
marked,   and   it   will   be   some   days  twelve  wat. hes.
before  he  will  be  able   l" appear  In      "it's  on   the  youngsters  that  we've
public again. got  to rely  to keep the ranks of the
-��� seniors  filled," said he, "and the ten
dency in this city Is to spend all sorts
of time looking after the s> n'ors, but
to pay mighty little attentin . to the
juniors. That's why I'm offering my
prize."
Mr. Burde explains that his interest
In the New Westminster lacrosse
leant Ig a matter of long standing.
Saw First Game.
"I was a witness.' said he, yesterday, "of the first game ever played
upon the Queen's park oval. Thai
was nineteen years ago, and I might.
remark in passing that New Westminster  and   Vancouver  played  some
  game even  then, for in that  matcn  I
ri member George  Cai .well,  who  had
The  meeting of    the    City Council   ]ately arrived from Winnipeg ani was
this evening will be an Important one   playing for New Westminster, had his
as the council has to decide upon the   ear almost  torn off."
The terms on which the matches
pany to give certain privileges aud a for Mr. Burde's prizes will be played
cash contribution to the corporation <,ff )lave n0t yet been settled, but will
for  the   withdrawal  Of   opposition   to   |l(, arranged   by  Tommie  Gifford   and
City Council Will Have to
Declare Policy Concerning
Construction of Dam.
in th.- residence po.tion of the city.
and
l ur-
II
I    ' .l. 'V n,iuste,-   return  ,1,
r"'v' : ��� : their customary
r
:'; "ii In this way for two
and  then  iije came  to  the
E scoi     ...   ...   Sai-
tn the hold of . 1-2 feet.     She carries
the    powerful    engines of    the    old
steamer Lapwing, these being already
in  place.      All  that   now  remains to
be Installed is the smokestack,    and
masts,  and  thes..  having  b.-na pui   In ',
place,   and   a   few     minor   ileum,   at-  ^.^  _,   ^^   B_y  ^  s_t |nUly
1 afternoon,
read;,   for  service. 	
The launching on Saturday was wit- j
e^^vciaiiir TTne0_ ���� FISHERIES BUILUINO
Bog
Dies  While   Bathing.
Charles  O'Shaughnessy, aged 21, a
native  of   Ireland,   employed  at   the
Canadian   Bank   of   Commerce,   Vancouver, died  from  heart  failure when
H.   Ryall;     it  is    probable   that   the
dam. teams  competing  win   be  limited   to
the international dental congress. , Tnls decision cannot be delayed as 1)0VS unda- 14 years. The waiches
which opened in this city today. The th_ flnuJ s,,s_:o,i of tin executive wiil be exhibited in T. Gilford senior's
object is a human jaw taken from an council at Vi-toria to d itermine upon s,.r. window in the course of the.
Etruscan tomb, and has a caifs tootn tlie application oi  the company will ,;u.xt f,.w days.
be held on Wednesday, and represen-  _��� ���
tatives of the council will be present     LORD STRATHCONA MAY VISIT.
to state the action of the Westminster _
authorities on  the matter. Veteran   High  Commissioner  Reaches
Tlie    Vancouver    l'ower    Company 1
through Ueorg,. S.  Binkley, consulting
engineer,  has  laid   before  the councl' j
held in place by gol 1 r.ttin.s. Tht
workmanship is excellent and seem
Ingly as fr- sh as thou.h done yesterday. The exhibit is the pn-perty of
Dr. Guerlni, of Naples. Emperor William's exhibit includes Roman forcep;
md other dental tools of the second
century.
wa,   christened  by   Mis;   Molly
: Turnbull getiing the ere, of this city, the craft taking the
iv. A;  ,hi, ,���;,,,. ,.,ul waters of  thi   Fraser a.s the steam-
"a. and Lalonde all essa) "' "Westbam." 	
���    ��� .;   foi   the  work of 	
and   Ton   Gifford, TO   REPLACE   THE   UDAL.
'.    ��� .    ball out  ot 	
men's   slicks,   one   or Methodist   Mission   Society   Purchases
w��Uld  have got  In. Th Powe ful   Gasoline  Craft,
a 1 end with the chain
tine,,   clear   goal,, ���e       POWBri .'.        v    ...
L��ifl   Delays   Rule.
! ' .!
I
[uan.
Wiii lit STARTtB TliDAY
PLAYED BILLIARDS
PILE WIFE DIED
Vancouver Tomorrow.
Lord Strathcona will probably be-
plans of the company's proposed work a visitor to this city during the week,
at the dam. The plans show th as he has already wired to Mayor
amount Of land to be submerged and Keary thai he hopes to reply to his
a reinforced concrete cenduit for ih>-  felicitations ln person.     His lordship
New   Structure   at   Exhibition   Grounds
to   Be   Occupied   By Government
Exhibit
Nightly   Greeting     of      Prince   Albert
Man to Spouse Was "What, Not
D;ad  Yet?"
city's intake aboul 3500 feet above thi
present one, on the easi Bide, close
to the actual sotuli end of the lake.
'lb,, plans have been approved on the
recommendation of the 'ity engine r.
Another mal ier to come Up this
evening is th, q.iv-tion of assessment
for  portions  of    Columbia    street   al
bus informed Mayor Douglas, of Vancouver, that he wil] reach the Terminal City tomorrow from the east-
It bas already been arranged thai a
banquet will b. tendered him at the
Vancouver Hote] on Tuesday. Sir
Edward Clouston, general manager of
the  Bank of Montreal, mil Commls-
PI
pu,!
bi. 1.
|Ti>k���
bherr
I'i
I
ion
cruis, r.
Homespun built by Frank S. DeOray
of   this   city,   has   been   purchased   by
-enuously  *��� the see-   the   Methodist   church  for  missionary
Rennle netting In ls Sec- work in the northern ooast, replacing
Salmon   Bellies  lost  their  the   I'dal   wrecked   recently   in  norih-
'"���  Jti I  after,  Tom  Gifford  com-icrn waters.    The  Homespun is a reg-
mix-up     will,     Ralph  Ist-red   vessel   of   17   ton8  gross  and
was built  in this dty In  1��07.    sue
ls   46   feet in   length,  ten   feel   beam.
4 5   feet  draft,   and   driven   with     an
Hudson's   Bay
iceonipany-
to
"1 on Page Three).
���   Aug-   2..-Mayor     Ozaki   Of
has   offered    twenty thousand
Ys   a*   a  gift   to   President
to Plaiat in thv new park on the
, Potomac river. Washing-
eighteen horse power gasoline eng*i^  ,      ^   Frassr R|ver Mills, Royal City  gleoi   and   brutality  wr  recoi
The   Homespun   is   known   along   tne  ^jj^   Bnmette   sawmills,   Small   and   this  city.      For  some   time  B
coast as one of the best sea boa:
ln the motor boat trials from Seattl
to Vancouver last summer.
View Gold Discovery
Stirs Haileybury District
A start will be made today with tbe     Prince  Albert,    Sask..    Aug.  89.���
n-�� fisheries building at Queen's park Starvation   was   Indirectly  tha  cause
for the housing of the Dominion ex of Mrs   a    Atkinson's   death at 548
Inl,it,  and   through   It   the  dlsplaj   ol Tenth  Street,  Saturday evening.     Her
the native woods of Bri.ish Columbia, husband   Knowing   that   his  wife   was
through the generosity ot the various lying  a    corpse    at   his  home played . ,   ,
lumbermen in the district. billiards In s local pool room tin 11 RM alrt-"'-' g___ |J<""" u
rii,- niiiiiiKn have pomised the nia- o'clock,    The deceased's death brings
terial.   among   those  contributing   he-  to llglii on,  of th,< worst cases of ne-
recorded 'n
h . had
Bucklin L'd . Independent Shingle i���Vn 111 wllh tuberculosis Three
1 Mill aeid the sash and door factories weeks <*0 *be was eouniied to her
carried on by Galbralth and Sons bed. One week ago the neighbors
and W. E. Walsh The work will be noticed her pitta_!_��� condition. They
done bv day labor, and the only ex- notified the chlsl of police, B. H. Mc-
pense to the Royal Agricultural & In-Dermoil, who investigated and found
reauv    sew. ied   under    the    Pou-tn sinner Chipman of the
street and Bixth Btreet ByBtems, which  Company.   Winnipeg,   are
will iime i��� be treated differently to ingr the veteran high commissioner
ih,. remainder of the street when the
assessment   is  mad,,  under  the local
Improvemeni    plan.      Even    if    the
property hud to be assessed again th,'
debenture   issue   would   noi   be   taken
up  as no   flnaticlur   would   place   his
money  out   on  an   assessment   whieli
lb,,  coast,
Uud Btrathccna has always been a
good friend of Westminster, a liberal
supporter of the provincial exhibition,
and took particular interest in the
Simon Fraser exhibit last y>ar, being
a relative of one of the discoverer's
principal  companions.
Mysterious Buccaneers
Slay Cattle of Indians
111, ley]
lit. it,  M���.
and ti
r-- Aug. 29.���Gold depos- district came down with a purse of
vicinity of Night Hawk lake, almost pure gold which he had got
r'"-derlckhouse river and the  hy   hammering    up   the
Belllngham     Aug.    28.���Thousands among  the  reservation   Itidlans of  a
of dollar.' worth of cattle are being Jjf?"^ ����?|tteft !?*!" **'.tl-
du_.r.af Society" wilf be the cost of .he woman slowly starving to death v butchered by unknown persons on j that ��e has lost J^���'" ��roCfa ^ a
construction, and a small quantity of She said that her tm.band abused the Lumml Indian reservation and in , ^ ���u���^', ,u_ered to Uke man-
neceasary   building   material. and neglected her    snd  on    ootatag the vlctalty of P*n_��ate,  and unless I neighbors nave sunerea m uae man
The    necessary    negotiations  wltbhom.   at  nights, cm-sen   h<.   saying: Ithe pirates are more clever than tbe _*____m__w_m__wm___mm_m__mm^^^B
Mayor Mac- federal authorities it is likely that ar-1������ ���������	
���I-.
,"Wnsh|i' ol Munro 1
little bit
i"; orted
seem   to  be jllst 8
mixing It with mercury.
quarts and
He claimed
that th.   quartz from  which  he t0��*  Ut, _pn*_f*_ce of that portion of the
tnan  they have been  the  gold  carried  the  yellow metil  t0,grCmM__,      Tenders will te call-d tor
"he  prospectors  have  all   the ex..-nt  of a^2 ounces to the ton (     . .   cae     ,������,     _,,���,���,	
",,: 1'.���',''',-" ,ry laitl keeP lhe tinds      In  Munro there is quite a little *c-  ttle   agricultural   building,  in  ��~f*
'     '  '-"s is a difficult  tea. tivitv and w���m... Hn_ samnl"s of gold _-._,  with the decision of the ttonrn
4* denartments at Ottawa have been,"Aren't yo_ dead yet."
completed  and the work can be done iDonald was notified and tor IV last;i��sts will follow very shortly.     Tola six weeks   or in   other words be week She had    been   ��ttqnded by -day Oeo��to Bowen, a rancher on the >
read)  for the opening. Inuree,  who came on  Saturday evsg.   reservation, complained that fot some,*
'- will be placed at the north side (lng.      The people   of   the town are time some    person    or persons havei*
.'"the reservoir and greatly improve aroused  at  the husband and  threats heen paying night visits to the reser-1*   Vancouver
- "-- have   been   made.       Action   may   be
taken against him.
on
Son,
or ni,.
river
tha
is  a difficult   ta��k, tivity  and  .0111,.  Bne
'l  ning itortes are toid are being brought out.    �����     v ���_,     _,��� _
on  the  Prederlckhousa down from ih.flc districts are en:hu- -,w ttvW    fisheries    bull wui  n
Men who are 0_ control at the last meeting.
vation or nearby territory and Blaug_-[*
tering  the   cattle    belonging to the a
Indians, Which are allowed to roam at *
Breakt Stick on  Player. | largo thfough the woods.      In every *
Som,. idea of the force with which instance the heads have been cut off *
In O'Brien struck Sandv Gray ln the la- and   left.      Every  effort    has   'been 4
crosse  match    on  Saturdav may  be made to catch the marauders at their +
Saturday's Baseball
Seattle    4
Spokane
Aberdeen
lu  J �����    o^i    IYI'Zy He a��n_   S Xo3thTco^u.   ����\ ����ZmM*5, �� **[?**  gm  the fact that his stick work  but ;.��,��!����;- -J& -- J
"   of ,h>' prospector, from that a, a g0b,  minl��.g venture. dermist exhibit*. w&�� broll���n- now ther. is talk of the organisation  1*
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FOR    SALE.
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TO   RENT.
LOST
F     _',_,
REAL    ESTA'E
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS
FRATERNAL.   ETC.
If a -31  had geld do lars to sell a   fifty cents  aid did not  let the  people know anything about it. he would not  se I  an,,.      You  must  tell  the people what you have I    '-' I. why ,n?y should    purchase   fr
th 13 cf the value you offer them    n  return  for their money.      Too  rra-iy cf us  have  got  the habit of thinking  that  __ause  we have teen a  loig time   in   tus,ress  e.e-y:ne  m_��'  of  n cessity   know   all   ac:
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The  Da ly New. and  Keep acreas:  cf the timei.
! ���>-_-_.______��� rasr." r_r_g c_
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V/AME.
WAXT1 I-   -YOUNG     ������'��� -N     ";  '
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MONEY  TO   LOAN
WANTED    TO
ni
RENT,
FUR-
:;'.   Nl
MONEY    TO    LO '.N    I    AM    P I
��� 1    to advance    money  to  any
amount   on    city    property  ,,-   :  r
=       Apply    Dr.  A.
D.     .      oan, P. 0., New W< stmin-
iter
WANTED���TO    BORROW    I
v 1 l  give
D   I)  N ws
ON
WANTED   A     rOUNG    GIRL
-��� ��� ��� . ework. ���'      ���!���
P. H     pton Boi      .    1    rd avi
A. VACAN1   LOTS
' . v       .    ,
WANTED ���  APPLICATIONS     FOR
:n   St,   Paul 8
R. E. churcl       jtal      1 ar        Ad-
I   .1   Johnston   .- 1   ��� ���ary.
FOR   S-LE.
FOR   SALE���COMPLETE   SET   OF
Dickens and   8    "   good  ������ ..dition,
p      side - ird, good coi
518 Tw- ifth str ei      TeL
R481.
FOOT  LOTS  AT  EDMOM
.
car Iln -���-.      ca I
Wall !��� P.    0
Box 983.      New  Westmin iter   I ���-���',
AUDITOR   AND ACCOUNTANT.
U.  T.  PRINCE���AUDITOR AND AC-
.   mtant       ���   essoi to (.'. Ham
��� ���   ��� ��� ti ns  ac 1 stor_k> epei
: account a specialty; agent fo   1
Hall Safe Co.   Offlfe: Room 7,11.-
-.-   0. io_ 795
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
'.-... . : I SHOP
R    .!     "  N rer   T.   "
n Eighth
I aimed       ' guaranl
LAND   SL - ��� EYOR.
W.  X
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8   K
New    West-
LIVERY   STABLE.
FESSlONAL.
WHITESIDE &  I-I'M 'NDS   BARRIS
... estminsti
Tn--  Bl '  ���'   N- '*
Westmlnsti ���    W, J   Whiteside, H
L.  K ll   ���
STENOGRAPH.
FREE ���'
Ft    H _CKS  AND
rhe  Fashion  S'-a
W/ ������'   I!) - - NIGHT
Bash   &   Door
oi  Third avenue.
WATCHMAN
}���'   -   ������. y    foot
LOST.
LOST���NEAR    MIDDLE    GATE    OF
Qui en s Park. lad   t    old 1 ��� - - ���
watch,  stem  wind.      Return   to  F,
P. Maxwell   702 Fourth   . renu .
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES k CO.
11 ....   ���
I rn     nd su      ian l roperty,
250 C    imbla BtreeL
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   r'LKAN-
era   1. :   i ��� 15 Colum       Btreel
,:-'���
dirt and dust Is       aoved  fro .
press  1 In.   Goods <
li I.  re I.
n 1
MACHINE   WORKS.
.  '���: -    . 'v.  >.
tier     ���.-.-���
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B.  C.  MONUMENTAL  WORKS, JAS.
McKa
of mi '     '
s:one. el       -
iti    ���   New   '.. ���       Instei
ADE, WHI *   McQOARRIE
, F. C  Wad<. K C   a  \\ bi slier  w
G    McQuai -       ' ���-    Barrl
rs, el      ���-   ��� ��� '        ���    '���
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n u , Cham-
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Sts.,   N-w
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treet, opp,
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ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
NURSERY.
LOST���SQUARE GOLE BKoOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
On-.-   pearl    missing. Please  re
turn  to Daily New�� offlce.
[ALE BROS   & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
- 1  r,- irat'���-.  Pb ������������    -15   1"'
,. et, P. 0. drawer 10'J.
THE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO.,
���-      in     e.ectrical    machir.- . '    E FRASER VALL   ',  N     IS
Bxtures and   --,       -   bouse wiring,      ���-' :     Burns j   L ..��� ���   Foi
armature   wiring     motor  rei ��� ' "������--���   ��������� - ���'���..-������   - . :. .-.- ; -
Bank  of  Commerce  bull Hi - " ������
etc.
'phone 331, P. O. B 1 Bi
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
SETTLERS ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. R. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
551 oie 334.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwta), phon.. 308. P. O. Box ^4.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  I 'ar,    744   Columbia street.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE, FUR-
nished bedrooms; reasons li terms;
828  Royal avenue.
^_^-  ^H0US_ TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOU-lfi,
with bath. $12 per month. Al p y
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D   GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. FRLl'I,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Be^-: . --.
Opp, Wind.-or Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie sireets.
I' ion. 17C.  night call  81.
.'  G.  W.  SAIT.  ARCHITECT���
Guichon  Block.    Telephone ill"!.
GROCERY.
IFOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries. phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, p. q. Box % 11.
PAPER   HANGING   <_   DECORATiNG.
1.   HUDSON.   WALL   PAPER.   ROOM
Mo .1 in..-.    Bui ��� :  Sa lta ;
house   pain::- mining,  paper
hanging    and    decorating.      Sixtn
Btreel   New  Westminster
PIANO   TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin. Mus. Bac. city. A line
will bring him.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S        PICTURE       POS1
cards   are  on   sale    at   M    Mon ���
Stationery S-.or.-, J. G, Gamon's "cigar divan, f Mackenzie's irug sto:fc
and "The Fair.' Columbia street.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS F IR E'. i.KV
kind of job printing      Mldgel loose
f ledgers;  1    nrle Cai    d   P ���,
I"..- ���        '      P   il.     rviv  142       Old
.   Ni w��  h' ck. Six       '������   '
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S  RESTAURANT    it    CAFE
Tier- te .: :. ��� als for 14. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed      Open     y and
night. - te tram office.
ROYAL CAKE  (Mrs.  Archer, pro.
tre.-.-i irses, consisting of
soup,  fi- . ��� 1 or roast,
puddine or ; ie, tea, coffee or mi.K.
SECONDHAND   STORE
WE   BDY   AND   SELL   FURNITI RE
and all k'i'da of new and secondhand goods A Speck, near Train
office.
TAILORS
GA1.VIN.  LADIES . v.
'.
lng Jut
ing and :>;
block     ' ��� ���   ���  ���
I . 84
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER s'OKUNQ
''-       an ., offlci tore Otl :.n:
t. stair,
and detail   -.\   - .  - . ; . :;.
mates   furnish. - ��� ���  ;-,
prietor,      v.
and car line.      1 box 251 fSOSI
473.
TENDERS.
Tenders ar^ n ' I.
the 1     ��� ���     .-' 7 Fsa
Bei  'till -,. Aug ist        1
W. D. Gt 1 il
THE HUB
Clothiers and Tailors
ARE OFFERING 100 SUITS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
ONLY AT $10.00. REMEMBER. THESE ARE THE KIND YOU
ARE   IN  THE   HABIT  OF  PAYING $15.00 TO  $18.00  FOR.
WE ALSO HAVE A FEW HEAVY TWEEDS IN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT TO CLEAR AT $28.00 REGULAR $32.50 VALUES. BUT YOU WILL HAVE TO CALL EARLY AS IT IS ALL OFF
ON    MONDAY.
Merchant Tailors & Clothiers
H. ROBERTSON, Manager.
650 Columbia Street, next to Royal    Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
house; service at 2 p.m. and   Sunday Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
fchool at 3 p.m.   Rev W. Ewar: Jones, 	
(���pastor.)
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEWS
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor. Rev.
Frederick Carpenter. Services as
follows: East Burnaby, Sunday
echol at 2 o'clock; preaching service
at 3 p.m.; young people's service at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer serv.ee at
8 p.m. West Burnaby. Su:, ���������;��� school
a'- 2:30 and preaching at 7
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev Henry Wilson,
pastor.      Sunday   school    at  10  a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
British Columbia Cosst L.ne
Serv.ce.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess VIcto la leaves Van-
jouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
Ie  daily except  Wednesdaj
S.S. Cha.:.. leaves Vancouver 1
.m., daily for Victoria,
S3. Princess I harlotte leave- Van
.ouver. 10 a.t_. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
"The Milwaukee"
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
S.S.   Trad, r  will  leave  Victoria  tor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves  New Westminster 0:1   vyed
nesday.
'The   Pioneer   Limited,"     St
Chicago,  "Short   Lme,"   Omaha
Chicago,     'South      West      Limited
Kansat  City  to Chicago.
No   train
Entry must    e
tb_   local  lan .
In  srhl b I ' .
' >xj  maj . :
���   '
moth, :.     : . v
ter of an inti
The lu,:. I '   1""'
form the condltl
Paul   to with   under    1 :, ���'-
STAIE LOTTERY
MILKS THE POOR
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 so after
supporters ot the Lotto are .he poor'  JM" no<-ic<-- must tdke ail th<, risks oa 1      b   D10nt,   for   , .   :   , .
est  of  the  poor.    More  than  hail  of 1 themselves,
the  ticket.,  sold  are  for  sums  below      B7 onJer.
It  would  seem,  too,  that  th-    great
Millions of Dollars Annuallv
Find Way i
To Treasury.
flveptnce. Tickets of over ba,iJa-
crown hardly account for one ten.b
ot  t_e receipts.
The Stampa of Turin laments tne
fact that the state should derive such
prof.t from the most poor and ignorant of the populace.    It can at least
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry   Hall,  New  Westminster,  July
23rd, 1.09.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14lh
way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset,   Quatsino,   Cape     Scott   and
way ports.
Find Wa.y From Peasant ^ ur^,i in extenuation that the case
J "is hardly serious, sin
ce the same populace which gamble., away i;j,;j_t;,ij'Ai
in  the ;. -ar puts   ��56,000,000 into the
  savings banks during the same period
It would be morc to thfc point to corn-
Rome,   Aug.   2..���The   accunt..   T   plain that the state should play with
th.-.   state  lottery   for   ]:���",!���,���   have   sucn unfair chances in  its  favor     A
Jusi been published   and slow an m-   !r'f J.'?8^ ��, * *^ U'ai leaVtS
It   an  almost   certain   winner   of  half
crease 01   receipt* to the amount of   tt.e monev ptayed ,iwB not 8eeln ,,a-
��128,000, or a total of   ��.,386,000 of   tlcularly   just,   and   thai,   during   tue
grOM   receipt!    _.: ,.,.,  100  remaing  to   la8t five years, has been the position
the  Mate  afi>r  ihe deduction  for  ex-   of  th/   Lotw ln  Ual>'-    One  tbtas 1-
pendltnre.    This Is the hign-st figure
certain���namely   that the poorer and
We want
Unimproved Acreage in
Burnaby for Clients
VANCOUVER NANAIMO HOUTE.
S.S. Joan,
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
WALKER BROS.
P. O. Box 983.
NEW  WESTMINSTER   B. C.
m'-""e ignorant population will gamble
that the Lotto hat yet reached in a In some way or other, and tha-. if the
year, and more than one newspaper Btate win not give them an opportun-
S-eiijs to experience searcn ng, of co_- i(>' of templing fortune they wnj fmj
science over an kicrease of revenue opportunities for themselves of Illegal
from such a quarter. and often most iniquitous, lotterie- is
Certainly a comparison of the lecal  a constant source of trouble  especial-
statistics of the Lotto with other fig-  ly 'n Naples.
ures   yields   a   cur;ous   result.      One	
need hardly say, to  begin  with, that  _,������--__  .���
the great majority of the Lotto play- BOYCOTT AGAINST
"".w. in   lhe   ^uth  of Ital>-     The 1 BRITISH   TRADESMAN
curve of average Lotto play s�� _nis to i	
follow roughly the curve of illiteracy. '    Pekln,  Aug.  29.���Instruction,   were
ajrssy&rs szss? 2 s^rwr _?^s%aa r��xew York'chicago and spokane'
Soudr.o   the   average   spent   by   each   to adopt measureg to end the boycott' A" and Mexlco Ci'y-   A general
inhabitant on the Lotto would be 21 of the Chinese along the Yangts. riv I banking   business    transacted.     Let-
��p   ~n.. n^V6irfl_e 0t iUI|teurav?f l6  er against Brltish Tradesmen, follow-   ters of Credit issued,    available with
jvr v,i���  (..on,,,, i bre ,,,-r liibaluv,!   ing a protest from the British Lega-(correspondents in
world.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada   and
Newfoundland,  and  in   London, Eng-
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal. Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouv-r
une 18 and Juiv 2.
to plans:
ill    Al least
upon  and culth -
rear f<
n   tne  ter.ee  on    an        '-'  '' :- "
sei  ne  on    an.. ., :,
ollroad  In  .he  work, -.hat equal  tnU^des upon a 1
equipment  that  of  the  Chicago, Mil- the land e.-r red foi
waul:-.-   fi   8t   Paul   Railway       Thev;as   to   re^ldenc8  ma; - [
.wn  and operate  their  own sleepln. iEilch prrSOn reMm* '"'
, ,.  , ,   ,        .or mother,
and dining oars on all their trains and      (;;) jf tfle get-ir-r u, - bU permanent
give  'holr  patrons  an excellence    of residence  upon   farming  land twarf
service not obtainable elsewhere.         by him in the  vtcinit)  ol ���'
a   q   nnn-r r__-  .. i   �������  .   Stead, the requirements 3-to re.-w J��
H. S. BOWL, General Agent.  ^   ^   Batl^d   bv   resM<nce UP����
134 Third St.. cor. Ald.r Po^land. Or.'the'said land. k .,
 as Six months' notice in writing s&onu
be given to the ce::; ' ���' "��� >T
minion  lands at  Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent. ���
Coal.���Coal mining rights ma) ^
leased for a period of '*;nt,""T
vears at an annual rental of >��� v*
acre. Not more tl.an 2560 aow
shall be leased to one individual Oj
company. A royalty a: the rae
five cents per ton shall be collect
on the merchantable coal mm���'
\V W C0BT.
Deputy of the Minister of'?'!" ���  0,'
N.B.-rnauthorlzed    publication  pl
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with
in the railway belt ln British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the- sole head of a family
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section' of
1 .0 acres,  more oi  less.
this  advertisement  wlll
for.
not ti.'
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves  Vancouver
June 13 and July 3.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.   Queen   City   leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and "every two weeks
thereafter.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������*****���
Gasoline Tanks and       ���
Fishermen's Supplies*
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
For   reservations   and    information
call  or  address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Asst Gen. Pass. Agent,  Vancouver.
J. W. T_OL'_,
General Superintendent   victoria
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
17 Illiterates;   Turin, 3%  lire, 13 llli-  tlcb.
terates;  Borne, 4y; lire   43 illiterates;       The boycott was begun after Police
Naples,   12   lire,   54   illiterates.     The  Inspector Mears was acquitted of kill-
evidence of thrift are naturally In the  ing a  Chinese.    The  Oriental-  argue
Zl��rl��*SVlZl!ilih?���  ^..^-ft0_._ttaJ  Wa..a carriage   nnd Interest allow,,, at li p,-r ce���-. per
Inhabitant of the big towns, the aver-   ;,  i���,v,.,,i, aviinst tli.   liritish wv. r
age  deposit   _n  savings   banks  1-   41   clal interests as  a result     Th.  boy
Ure;  .hls average deposit iisea to 120  cott is spreading throughout  the vai
.�� ��._����. ,���d m ,��� i__4, ,���. , _ . BRTMN.E. ���_,_,
S. S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will leans
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day-
afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m.
for Ladner, Steveston and way ports.
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning,   leaves   Steveston  every
subject    to  cllang^
-. per  of justice and are actively agitating annum (present rate)
aver- a boycott against the British comnw.       ���   . ^resent rate>
Tntiv   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
MEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
all   parts of    the   for   CONRAD.    CARCROSS,    ATLLN. , ,.    ,
 _-,���,,_  _,    " "'week day morning, except Friday.
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIK I     Additional    trip    Mondav    morning
Savings Bank Department���Deposits ' BANKS. Dally trains (except Ssnday) !
received ln  sums of |1 and upward, | carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight  connect   with   stages   at   Car
cross   and   White   Horse,   ma niainln.
a thorough winter jervice.
For Information  apply  to
j. H. ROG_RS. Tnifflc Manager
m
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster j
Canadian Pacific
Railway Co.
lZbor day excursion RAjg
-Far.   and a third f^J^ 6.
on  sale  Septwnber J<_��^r n.
'good tor return to September
������"('lit'*'
ser vie*
Double     transcontinental ^ m.
dallv,  with  Pullman
tourist and
This   schedule
without  notice.
For freight and  passenger rates ap
i.ly to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager
lng cars. ,    . p;o5 a-
Atlantic   Express  loaves at
m.
Eastern   Express
leaves  at   '
2:1��.
St. Pain train leaves at -
Cheap excursion Sept����b��
For full Particulars niWFX
C.B.FOSTER. '������ -''I., o A.'-
G   P   A., Vancouver-     t-1 ,y, AUGUST 30
1.09.
TIIE DAI l.v NEWS
PAGE THREES.
INCENDARIES  DESTROY
BIG   SKATING   RINK
;ilBED ��N
4 JL
ONE   DAY
Portage  La  Prairie,   Vug   29     i
big   Arena   skating   rink   ��';,,   toi i
destroyed by flre this mornln
i<i<s   living   twelve   thousand   doll n
it  was work ��r a firebug, trac     oi
gnsoiin,. being observed by those who
Hit  arrive,i  m  the  scene,    i i,i.   i
the third fire wltbln b  week and i
girth  within a  month  and th
mill, s are Cl livlneeil thin  lv
are at   work.   The    town    i     m
wrought  up over 'he clrcum
VICAR O.PENDED       \
AGAINST RITUAL
Humor ant Philosophy
By   DUNCAN   M.   SMITH
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Trouble of our own making Is uhom
\      u       _.    l-_ , f   ^   ��"!-v   1':)"1   that    ever   causes   In
ot Arches bpoke oi  _,,,,.
And When Reproved By the
Court
Blackening Eyes
' -IT?
.    ,    ,.        ij    n   leves    Hie
io ��� luiiue llnte-
:    ��� .1
:  Ud    I   111   ���
���'       l*' '"U-
Mutiny   of   Garrison.
the entire picture is out of drawing
If you    , id yourself In the cen
tral foreground.
,   olnts, no mat-
,': ..'.', i  (or
,        ...     IV,    .','
j, .       .ertro.
A ,.'.  29.   Judgment    hat
i-.nl y the ''"'"'t ol Arches In
the Instance of the
��� :   Oxford   agaliu I   the   Rev
Olivi r P.  li- uiy.  Vicar of St  Mar) t
who wns accu ed ol
,,.   now encamped In th,  i ���  "V,1""' offences with regard to ritual.   b .
rea on foi I ... mutlnj h
Ail-ens, Aug. 29     \  pari of ih    local  garrison, nndei   ��� he leadi
ib,.  officer.    commanding,    i
>, gterday ornlng,    Tbey ], ft m...
ricade   and marched oul o|  I
and
Tbe
are dissatisfied with '   ent '"'' ' "":"' ,,'<"1  ,<J ,;"
|.l,   ol   tli
p. <;-
A full stomach rarely travels wiiji ���
mean dl , o  I  ,n,
Some men  tike to have their wlvw.
���cl going  and  even  up
theater g,,ii,g then
selves.
M nl try, and condition   in tl '" ,';"1   ec;ated 1'r";"'. ' ;"^
As a result of thl.  step, th   Ca   v.  ;i !'    '    ";"    ed to the Ble s ,i Vir-
of Premier RhalliB has n  I id B "     ��* """.'" "' ,. "
King  Georg.-   has   asked   M    Havre-  |l'   ''""  "'���-"'���"��' Host.   11.   artlc.ei
ere pi    ��� d, and the Oi an of An ..<
mlchai is io form a m w Mil
.���������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������*'���***���***
Eieciric Railway Service I
Interurban
Line.
���
V incouv
���r   and
way
will   run  every
hair
.   5:50
n.  m.
Lust
Ives at 11
li.  m.
leaves
Vnncouver at
11
p.m,
li ive   the    depot   every
-..:.      minutes    for   both   Sap
. and city limits over the
ciiy line.
City   Line:    Cms   leave   tram
ollice on the hour, twenty mln-
Utea   after,   and   forty    mln l
aft.-r, commencing at 6i 20 a   m
Sapperton Lme; Cara leave
ai ten min tte liter ihe hour,
half pasi and iiit> m nutes after
the hour, comrtien, Ing at 6:30
a.  in.
Sunday service half-hourly ha
tween _l'.0 a. in. and 11. p. m.
-___ IB British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Lid ���
[���������������������������*���������* ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
ls gaininj; In favor every day.    Our ojtput last year wee double the
preceding one.    The most healthful  and nutritious of bereragei.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
stati d ��� ho would pronounc, s- -
t' in . ' leprival <,n If Mr. Henly Ud
nol o i .... double Injinotion of Ins
. Isliop tnd il,.- co.in and cease from
llle ���'.. wii .i-i   ;i
fortnight,
'i'h. Archdeacon of Buckingham, in
giving ��� h v . ,i. scribed in di tall
a si   , iv  he had ��Itnessed,
William ii.i,: y Partridge, a c i k la
the office ol v. register of the diocese of Oxford, narrated bow in 1906
he ��� : fed on the ri . ,onden! a monl
tion lrom the coun restraiag him
from keeping bread nnd win,- which
had I,.-, ii consecrated upon the aitai
ol th, church. He knocked at the
door of ile- vicarage nnd ask.-d to see
Mr. Henly. The vicar waa al the tlm-
upstairs, nn,I Bent word th it the wit-
pee could Rive any message to the
man, II,. answered that lie must see
Mr.  Hi nly  privately.
Then upon Mr. Henly from the top
of the stairs threatened to call the police If the witness did not go away
He 'Inl nol move, and Mr, Henlj
threati ned to black bl eye. He still
de. i, 'I to go, and Mr. Henly ex-
claiming, "get oul of my house," ran
down the stairs and tried to push him
out. Tli,. witness ihrusi the monition
Into Mr, Henley's hand and stepped
backwards out of the door, whieli was
immediately slammed.
The Bishop of Oxford also gave evidence. At an interview which li,. had j lng what they would di
with the vicar the latter refused to
discuss the matters at all with hlm.
The respondent was absent and offered no defense,
Successful Balloon Ascent,
London, Aug. 29.���Captain F, S.
Cody, who is conni Cte I with the Balloon department of the British War
Offlce yesterday made a flight at Aldershot, covering eight miles in nine
i minutes, lii seconds.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Trice $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
Ik Oxford Chancellor Range
""vie buying a range should get  one that will give  perfect  satis-
1   '���     In linking and baking, is economical in the use of fuel, that is cool
������'���-: in ihe bote weather, and also easy  to operate nnd keep clean.
to  be  satisfied  in  these respects   you    will     buy    an   Oxford
you   have   Inspected   it.    The prices also of these ranges are
' w,,r   than    those   of   other    makes.       (.'all     In     and     Inspect   our
BtO '
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
.':        -.-^v.:v -3aa_a��ML_^c_>_^
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
I The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated lsG9)
Capital  Paid up $ 4,700.000
Res:rve Fund      5,400,000
Total  Assets 55.000,000
It Is true thai women nre foolish, but
tf they wer,. .,;.,. what would become
��f the men?
Place no confidence In the person
who is always confiding In you.
A person may ho agreeable to th��
point of disagreeablllty.
Tlie reason why excursion compntil<.
throw In the scenery with every firm
class ticket Is that lt costs them ut
money.
An Idle rumor Is nbont ns busy as ��
mad hornet.
When thl nits are coming easy yon
feel that everybody else who isn't Ip
Is a Jay and don't deserve success.
The game laws don't prevent the
wise boys from hunting suckers all the
fear around.
A Modern Runabout.
An automobile has been constructed
for the ezar that Is armored like n wai
vessel. .Now when be rides nbroad
and his loving subjects throw things
st him all he will have to do will be
to give the chauffeur the busy sign
and be on his way.
With this handy chariot lt will be
plenty safe for the czar to go out Into
the field where the soldiers are show-
the Japanese if they hud n chance, and review
his troops. Then when a volley of
hard, searching bullets ls fired at him
by mistake, he can look up through
���he opening after the balls have ceased
to make music ou the armor plate and
laugh merrily nnd tell the soldiers thai
the Joke Is on them.
It ls because of the Ingenuity ot
modern Inventions that It Is mueb
ensier nnd pleasanter to be czar than
would appear to one who views ths
Job ouly from a safe rtlstxnce.
STOPPED THL OVATION.
���Jcliard    W��._;__,'_    IVe-llur   I
4-nmr.  \.,   \ lea na.
When Wagner \> .... .,- the height m
his popularity be rlslti . Vienna. Ba_-
on vou B_wrt. then chancellor of tl>i
���lupins, was informed mat the Prut
slan party lnt.iuded to give him an lm-
_ieu_i serenade���a serenade which
would have the air nl Qerman protest
against the tendency of the ministry ts
make tbe union of Hungary and Austria more Intlmata The demonstration
��roinlse<l to arouse strong feeling.
"Your ex. ellency is warned," said
the chancellor's advisers. "It Is iinpo*
sible to stop this manifestation unless
Wagnei goes away, and he lo\e_ ova.
tions tin well, Nothing will Induce htm
to depart"
"Voi think so." said Iteust. with ���
smile.
An hour Inter Wagner was Invited tn
tiiiu with tiu�� chancellor. He was Hat
tered by the Invitation and accepted It-
After dinner, at which P.enst was da
Ughii'iili;. affable and entertaining, ths
obancollor remarked: "Herr Wagnsfc
are you Interested In autographs. 5
bave some very curious ones to show
rou." And be opened u portfolio whan
were letters of I'almerstoii, Bismarck,
s'lip-lev. III., ll,- nt and others,
Suddenly turning to s paper, dated
1848, he said: "Ah, look at this. It It
very curious. What would your frl��u<l
bis highness the king of Itavsiia say W
this paper, which would be glguilieant
la connection with the political sera-
nade which the Germans are going to
give you, should be published tonor
row In the Vienna papersV"
The Composer examined the paps*
snd recognized, with surprise, an old
proclamation of one Richard Wagner,
who, nn ardeut revolutionist lu 1S48,
hid proposed to the youth of that tlms
.'.o set lire to the palace of the Iting __
fc'a.tcny lie saw his uutograpa anC
that lt might be the means of getting
hlm 'nto serteus trouble.
"Ve.'y curious, Is It uot, Herr Wag.
aor?" ssld the minister.
"Very curious, your excellency," replied his guest.
The next mornlug Richard Wagne.
teft Vienna, recalled to Baireuth bj
argent l.ualo*__.- Strand   Mac��s_a*
ft 1. Woman'��� War.
When a woman undertakes to deca^
ttate u fowl or anything with an as
she grasps the tool close to the head
raises her chin, squints both eyea
clinches two rows of teeth nnd hacks
straight down, missing her aim by
about two Inches. That was sufficient
for a ' .via lady to sever her left
thumb. She was not a fainter and, replacing tbe thumb, which had beei
chopped at the first Joint, bound the
parts together and has excellent promise of Its complete restoration. The
game Is not always lost when "thumbs
are down."���Detroit News-Tribune.
In  and   out  of  town   accounts  solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers  effected.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F   SHUTE,  Manager.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGI., NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Colum.
bla street, every Monday evening
ai 8 o'clock. Jas. .'erguson, noble
cm n.l.    \V. C. Coatbam. ree. secy.
A. 0. L'. W.���FRASER LUDUE N'O. II
���Meetings tlie lirsia nd tlnrd Tuesday In each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room. A, O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows'    lock, Clarkson street.
COURT  LIRl'.-KTTl-:, NO. 4099, 1-O.F.
Meets the fourth    Friday   ln   the
month  ai    S o'clock,  In  the  --u...,,
hall, o Idfellows' block.
?!���_?���  an   Ruromet-ra.
_n their way," said the old _____
aaa "fishes are not such bad weathei
prophets. If a storm is approachlnj
the fish stop biting, aud they won't bit��
again until tlie storm ls wel! over
They appear to know when a storm 1��
coming and when it has really passed
And to fish.rmeu and farmers living
Mong the shore flsh foretell the nea;
approach of cold weather. Hours be
fore It comes fishes leave the shallow
waters Inshore and seek deeper water,
which In lta depths wlll stay warm am!
keep an equable temperature after tlw
shallower and surface waters havt
turned cold. Oh, yes, fishes know s
thing or two about the weather."���
Washington Post
Tlm-lj rrecantlon.
"Maria," said Mr. Qulgley, entering
his home In some excitement, "I want
j-ou to promise me not to look at ths
papers for the next three months!"
"What for?" wonderlngly asked Mra
Qulgley.
"I hnve Just been nominated for a
public office," he faltered, "and I don.
want you to find ont what kind of
I really nrn."���Chicago Tribune.
YOUR OWN   FACE
Would   Von   RMOffniM   It   1/   Vo��   SfiW
11 on Another '.
"Mow curious it is." snld the philosopher, "that the person for whom you
cure most on earth, the one you sea
oftenest and who receives your mont
constant attention, is the one whose
countenance is least fomillnr to you."
"Who is that?" asked the visitor.
"Yourself," said the philosopher. "It
Is a fact that If people could be duplicate,! and could meet themselves In the
street very few would recognize them
selves. We look nl ourselves many
times during the ".''.", days of the year.
We say our eyes nre blue or brown or
whatever other color they may be, our
hair black, our chin peaked, our fore-
bend high. We know every lineament;
of our face from constant study and
attention, yet when we turn away
from the mirror we cannot conjure up
a picture Of ourselves
"We know Just how- our frlemla and
even acquaintances look. In fancy wo
ran see tbem sitting so or standing
niiil their varying expressions under
different circumstances are dear to u��
even though we inny not hnve seen
them for years, but when it comes to
ourselves we cannot Illl In even the
outlines of the picture. We may laugh,
we may cry. we may frown, but we tin
not know bow wo look while we nre
doing It. Photographs do not help us.
We have never seen ourselves In the
flesh. Mirrors nnd pictures are poor
aids when we sit down and try to sea
ourselves with the mind's eye.
"That Is why people are so rteep'y
Interested In anybody who Is said to
resemble tbem. Just say to a man,
'1 know somebody who Is the dead im-
tge of you.' and he wlll never rest till
he sees thai person. Then If the likeness ls really true be will own that
up to that time he had had uo conception of bow he really looked."
The visitor smiled wanly.
"I wish you wouldn't talk like that,���
she said, "it makes me feel positively
uncauuy."���New York Press.
Rickshaws and Dendtsa.
In the mountain districts of India
the principal vehicles of passenger
conveyance are tlie rickshaw and th��
dandy, with which Rudynrtl Klpllu*
has mad . us familiar. The rickshaw
Is pushed and pulled through the.
streets and on tbe roads lending out
Into the country by four coolies, and
th. dandy is carried ou the shoulders of four and sometimes six coolies.
Saddle ponies nre also used to some extent, but most of ;he Inhabitants and
quite all visitors use the rickshaw and
dandy. The latter Is constructed ott
the plan of n sleigh box, but longer. A
pole is attached fore nnd aft, which Is
long enough to give a springy motion
when the coolies are walking nnd trotting. A crossplece rests on the shoulders of tho coolies aud Is shifted now
and then from one shoulder to tlie other for rest. Ry the command of th��
cooly In charge this shift ls made simultaneously.
Manufacturers and Deatere in AU Kina" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F \RMERS ATTENTION!
1 *��ber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
loyal Oti Branch, Columbia St.2
Telephone 1?. New Westminster,
FRATERNAL ORDER UK hlAULES,
Aerie No. 20 -Meets every Tuesdaj
evening al 8 p.m. In the Eagles
hall. Columbia street. J. N. Altch-
eson, W. Pres.; ll. Schofleld, Secre.
tary.
nm
IOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets In We
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tntrd
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at . p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected st any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
soclation, Lord of the Isles Camp
UU���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of . ���
hall.     Chief, W. Suuierland.
O O. F.���ROYAL CITY LOlXiE
No. 3���Meets In Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Oilley,
X. G.; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
in inde the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F, and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. _.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I, O. F.; C. O.
K. Court Westminster. No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls. Nest No. 29-
Mali. For tha Old Daya.
What stopped the old housewife bab
It of taking the tablecloth out aftei
each meal and shaking lt on the
ground to the edification of the dog
cat, chickens and birds? As a boy we
osed to delight lu that shake, especial
Iy lf a comely matron or a pretty g>ri
bnd hold of Hie cloth her body swaye*
to gracefully ns she handled lt. N*
other motion, not eve, the rhythm*
dance, set off hor figure to better ad
vantage, and t_e minxes knew It and
always n aaged to give those fllrtt
when ac ers were handy by. But
.ome one Invented a brush aud a pret
ty receiver, .md a new fasolon W.
Mt��� Waahtagtufc (Ia.i _ reiA
English Jurort' Remuneration.
The scale of remuneration of English
common Jurymen ls absurd. In a civil
ense In England a common Juryman ls
ellowed 5 shillings ($1.25) a day for "a
view"���that Is, for Inspecting any property or thing in dispute-but otherwise
he Is, In law. not entitled to any remuneration. It ls usual, however, in
tlie high court to give him a fee of 1
shilling and ln the counties 8 penca
Special Jurymen receive much higher
remuneration. The fee ln the eonnty
court ls 1 shilling a case. In the mayor's court 2 pence and ln tbe London
sheriffs court 4 pence.--Chambers'
Journal.
Shrewd Game.
"Extry!" yelled the bright newsb��y,
"All about the ter'ble wumpty���er���
wump!"
"Eh?" asked the Inquisitive old mas.
"What did ye say, sonny V
"I didn't say It" replied the boy.
"Buy a paper an' sea."���Minneapolis
JoiifmI.
Both Ducks Attract.
A   fll*  rtrtirm-iM.
On tbe occaslou of his brother's I
lit Edwin Booth was standing behind
the scenes when a character actor n-bs
had been giving Imitations of noted
actors was about to respond to an encore.
"Whom do you Imitate uext?" l��-
qulred Booth
"Well," was the reply, "I was going
to represent you ln Hamlet's soliloquy,
but lf you look on I'm afro<4 I shall
make a mess of It"
"Suppose I Imitate myself f" remark*
ed tho tragedian, and, hastily putting
en the other actor's wig and buttoning
up bis coat, he went on and delivered
the well known lines.
Next morning the newspapers stated
that the Imltntlons mined the pcrfonn-
1 ance, "the personation of Edwin Booth
! being   simply   vile  enough   to   maka
| that actor shudder bad he s*en It"���
Toledo Blade.
"Why do men so like duck hunting?
"So they eau duck work."
Evident.
"Why does he object to a talkar>v��
woman?"
"He takes the talking psrts well
himself."
Net Hopeful.
" Tls a One, elegsnt husband yen
hare, ma'am," said Maggie. "Him and
me was talklu' about Ireland this
mornln'. He's traveled ss fsr as many
t gentleman. And there ain't many
husbands as good to their wives,
ma'am. Look how he brings you lettuces and things from the market Bat
dear, dear! That kind never Utss
tone."���Ntwsrk News.
Independent Crltlelem.
A little girl sat gaslng fixedly at the
new bonnet of one of her mother's visitors until the caller smilingly asked,
"Do you like It my dear?'
The child Innocently replied: "Yes,
I do. Mamma and Aunt Mllly said lt
was a perfect fright but lt doertn't
frighten ms a Mt"
Reparation.
"I would like to murder that man.*
"Suppose you did and afterward"**
"Oh, afterwar'. 1 would upoluglze
Omtry   Nittn...
Merer mix milk of different temps,
stores.
Too much churning will Injure tb*
grain of the bntter.
Twice as much water Is needed hy
cows which give milk as those not giving milk.
Cleanliness, proper feeding sad ear*
foi attention are the chief requisites ef
the dairy business.
This Is the time of year te weed oul
the unprofitable cows and give yow
best stock the care tbey deserve.
It will pay to keep a record of evsty
sow you own, the amount of milk she
gives, ths date tt her birth, calve*, Ma
G_t��ln�� Licked  For Principle.
Meeting n newsboy whose face waa
scarred with scratches and looked Ilka
a map of some great rnllroad center, a
reporter asked tlie youngster what ths
matter was. "Feller spoko disrespectful of my sister; said he'd bet she waa
cross eyed, aud 1 sailed In."
"is your sister cross eyed?" asksd
the reporter.
"Hain't got no sister," was the n-
ply. "It was the principle of the thiol
what 1 got licked for."���Philadelphia
North American.
AbMwbla* _*w*ra of Milk.
In an experiment made to determine
the absorptive powers of milk thSM
wn inclosed In Jars s portion of milk.
and In different Jars, but not In con
! nection,   different  su-*_ances,   giving
! off flavors.   At tbe end of eight hours
| a portion of the milk was drawn fro_
, near the bottom on each Jar by means
I at a pipette, so as not to disturb any
I part of the milk.   In every one of St-
j teen trial* the milk bad absorbed ths
! flavor to such an extent that it bai
penetrated the very lowest strstusa
Literal.
The new office boy was found sitting
\ % his chair, with the telephone tn__-
j Slitter la his lap
"What bs the world ars you doing!"
| asked the boss.
"A fellow called up a little while
{ ago." replied the future head of tha
! firm, "and t��ld me to hold the phon*
| Oil be called again." - UpplneoSTa
j Magazine.
Trad*'. Sen-ltireaaaa.
German goods go where British
goods might, but do not Here ls ���
sass. The Russian Joiner, not being *
Beat eater, hss not much muscle and
eannot use a heavy hammer. So hs
bars snd uses the German light hammer made for him, while ha has na
���ss for the heavier one ot ITagllsh
maka���London Post
Toaah.
"If I estch your dog eating any sd
sv chickens I'll shoot hlm," said tha
aid gentleman who keeps a henhouaa
angrily to his neighbor.
"I doet cars." said his neighbor, "tl
ha sats oae ot your chickens It woof.
Ua jau ta shoot hUa."
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.AGE FOUR
THE  DAILY  JJ&Wti
MONDAY. A._,ST20
The Daily News
construction of their dam
at Coquitlam lake finally became that
Published by The Daily New. PobUSh- ���'"��� l'UI''.v of the cit-v s water would
Ing Compsny, Li.-i.it-d. at their offices '���"= imperilled by the carrying out of
The Dal .   News Block, corner of Mc-   *�� proposal.      The people of Coqmt-
Kenzi-- and Trew    '      '-��� lam- ,i<J"'"''-r-  based  t"-'-" 0l'i"-    '
^~.���_��^. ,���.-...      ,���~_.^_.^���.  to   I  .    -  v -ii,.   up,m   the  ground  that
E. A.  Page Managing Director  ,;,,.   liability    of    the    darn  to  burst
would be a menace to thuir district.
Be  and    other    objections.   :
upon : porta ol  engineering experts
were considered  and  provision  madi
accordingly   by   the subserju mi   order
Vancouver Team
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MONDAY. AUGUST  30,   1909.
FORWARD!
N ���    since the period    of    anxiety
h;    Rav
.-. c h.
-  irr���W. Turnbull. . min-
.   t
Of*��ials.
....     ilth,   West-
.  .:       .���   :
K( ...     Wi it-
:.  Vancouver.
���j. .i .- on   tt ��� -���-
��������� .    laid -.1   till   ;...,..- F. Armstn ...    .
Wbiie     pej ������   C.  Major,
Havey.    Pai   Fei i,
Kav-y   had   been  patched   Up
these two men  were ofl Henessey on-  i,.. .
-..lined   Vancouver's   first   tally.    The  ,.
fame   settled   down   thereatl r   very
qu.etiy,   out   not   toi    long    a_   Hav
of the Provincial Government.     But  was  sent   to   the ieace  i >r  bnuglng
the  Vancouver  Power  Company  ba-  Georg-   Riianle   to   the   ground   rigui
in   front   ol   goal.   . iiarlovv   Ual^raitn
'1 I.
Dr.   McGulre,   Vancou-
The Teams.
VANCOUVER
������'  'A"-%
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��� :''*m*4u�� y.
,    .- -I     *,��''  ;,
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_ *Tt;?'!_.
-..  -   followed   the  great   fire  in   1S9S   generously  as   to  leave
gone far    beyctad    the    requirements
thus  Impos   i   upon   them,  and   hav-,  ^J^VlITer beli-Vad""iu
as it seems to us, acted altog-ther so  would make th�� penalty in ih,- crime.
Lave  the fortunes of New  Westmin
ster stood so uncertain ln the- balance ca]jti0Us individual
as  they  did  a week ago.      A  period yid
of   crisis   had   arrived   and   it   was  a cjtv'_   w-ater
r. Oifford
our    city   should  h,.a(J  Q.
O Brien  struck  Sand..   Oiay down  be-
sens, and for the complete safe j  of )llI1(, hJ5 nM   ���,,, w;
q. .-tion     -.vi:- thl '
stand
Step, or go boldly forward to greater
:,i,l better things. It �����_ a time of
nervous tension for those having tbe
���best interests of the city at heart,
for Done knew quite bow the <';t
would jump, or ln plain words, how
th.- vote of the public���always an uncertain quantity���would be cast. The
.'���' , or and Council, by a lengthy and
careful   consideration   of    the   City's
no   room   'or  There  ensued  long  and  litai-.-d   arguments,  and   neither  side  would  S'v��
way.  however at  last  the  game   was Marshall   .
restarted, aid Ravey ended in getting j    ,.
for the absolute  purity of the ten   minutes  rest.      The  matcu  n-.u
supply,    for  an  ample hardly   become   interesting   ag un   be
cavil or complaint, even by th.   :,, isl
Their offer pro-
at
all times and sea '"r".'1 " i"-"-i:i"u of events occu     I
:
Q  _!.
Point
Point
Defence   I'i   Id
Centre
I.
water
.   i^Iilien   siruch    oauu>
vi- ordered  to the
;he dam.      Beyond  these  things  the fence for another 10 minutes. Lalonde
Company was not  really required  to ootained tn.. greenshlrta   second, and
do anvthing.     But it Is prepared also thl; courage ot the visitor, rose a lit-
,,    . ,   ,      t,e.     li.ei   pegged away  at the Chain-
to pay all  the expenses  Incurred   bj   p,ong,   defence   mtbom   doing   ...uch
th- City in connection with the en- damage, ami at the other end U.u.o:..
qulry Into th�� Company's application; was called upon to =av,- troni L,--n
to make a grant of $10,000 for the lm- Turnbull.    Grumpy   Spring   .'so   got
r    .,       , ,, ���,     in  a  fine  long  shot,    I. u  an;   hrni-
provement of   the pipe   line;  recon- M;irrav came8t0 lh|. tence SOl)11 ;i!t,.r
struct the pipe line road, and Instal a each for five minutes. Buck Mar-
telephone to the dam for the use of shall earned praise at this time, help-
needs and interests, had prepared the (, \\-_terworks Department ln8 Jimmy Gifford to clear. Afti r
way for advancemeni   by formulating      .                          ,       f         ' Waldo  Matheson  had   been   laid  off.
In o.her ways th.m from the teims Sjjjhi. Henne8ae, ganed the last tai-
of the Company's offer the City will iy,   and   an   unusually   long    quarter
benefit to no small extent by the car- ended   with  the   visitors   feeling  fine,
rying out of the Intended work at Co- and confident of makiug up the small J"1'  ,
n r?"-_ rs *H
quitlam dam.      By this work the net'-  '
essary power will be provided for the Westminster's Great Game.
improved city car servic. which the Thia confidence waa destined to he
B. C. E. R. Company propose., to in- soon shattered. The tmrd quarter
Btltute In conjunction with the Colum-  was *"  Salmon  Bellies   and scoring
six times in the 20 mltiutes showed
once more their absolute superiority
for the new Chilliwack In" the first ove_ anything the Term.nai City
decision of the citizens th,. old days .,,,.,,,,��� ,,f wtljctl i��� nearlng oomple- bunch can bring against them. Bill
of muddling along have be .. r        ted  . .,.    ..,, gburne and Lulu Island ex- Turnbull. goal in the second minute
...    11
W. Ma
Clarkson
Springer
    Clark
   Ravey
G, Mal       d
ffon
to find out why WE KEEP BUSY
while  others  are   idle.    A loot
through our stock will solve the
problem.
ll ime Fieid
   Henn��� j
ubull       Allen
,'. Inti mute  Murray
Outside
Turnbull       O'Brien
Inside
G   Spring       Lalonde
LEE'S
Furniture E
Le;'s   Block,
mporium
Colur-���:.   ,   c..,,,.
XEW WESTMINSTER,
Goal Average.
The Bcorea lo the games this  sea
��� ��� .��� ���   ,.   Westmlnstei   and   \ ancouver have been as follow.:
Wesi   van
a well conceived series of Improvement proposals. It was this Pro"
greSsive program that citizens were
call.-d upon to endorse or disapprove
by their votes upon the consequent
money bylaw., on Wednesday last.
That these bylaws rn-i with the av
probatlon of a goodly majorli i .,
matter for congratulation and thank- b,_ 8
Juue 19, away,  	
..     1.
Julv   l.   away	
...    8
<
JllI.V   10,   I.   .':������	
...    8
1
Julv  17.  away   	
.. .    1
10
July .4, borne	
...    1
6
August   7,   aw ,;>.   	
...    5
1
ii
4
Total   Goals    	
..i
-X
Remaining   mat, hi
s
awa ���
Sept.  18  ho;:..-
Eastertrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !
IMPERIAL	
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL
TERMINAL     	
HINDOO   FLOUR
FLOUR!
$7.25  per  Bb .
.$675   per   Bhl.
$5.25   per  Bb-
.$4.50 per Bt. .
McQuarrie & Co..
FI.OI.'R ANU PEED Ml   . HANTS
PROMT   STREET.
New   Westminster.
. Ill
fulness.
.\a  a   result  ol   the   wise
Death  in the  Letters.
London,   Aug.   29.���Giving   evidence
before the Postal Commlss >n at Syd-
to  the  past,  and    New  Westminster tensions,   and   other lines   that   have leU t0 a Protest. a"d Jim Keary  I-ft ney. New South Wales. Vlce-Presid nl
into a    future  bright
.steps   forward
with promise.
The   Royal  City  has    now   entered
upon a phase of its existence  which
will result  in its becoming c��_ of the comjrig new industrial
most  notable and  most   beautiful   cities   in   Western   Canada.      The  carrying out  of  the scheme for the  im-
the net, being replaced  by Jack Bry- Phillips, of  th- Letter  Sorters   Asso
been   projected   for   Unking   up   New  son_     ^q^   and   0 Brieu   esch   at- elation,   stated   that   during   the   last
Westminster with    Important   outside  tempted  shots   b-for.   George   Keunle twenty   years  eighy   per  cent,   of the
points.     Further, it will meet the in- w't_ able to relieve, und toJ-mmy Gir- deaths among letter sorters had  been
creased demands for    power  by  the ford  belong   the honor_ of the   next, du-  to  tuberculosis.      The  men  had
plants.      We
v. iiich   was   scored  hy  Gordon   Spring  contracted  the disease after they  had
provement    of    Columbia street  will nt).  hwhate t0 gJve its ready
alone give New Westminster a tiobil
ity of character such as no other city,
in this province ai  least, can  boast:
whilst the intended Improvements In
other   Important     thoroughfares   wlll   SOLD  HER  HAIR  FOR
.serve to give a superior aspect to the
cantral  portion of the city general:;..      N>w     yr ,R       v, .
We   b.-lieve    that    gradually all   the  .hown by Natalie Dronlkowa,
from a single-handed run from three- ent.-red   the    s-rvjcv      Mail    matter
hope   therefore   that   upon   considera-  quarters of the way up field.    Miller comiag from every part of the world
tior. of the Company's offer at  their  sent Bill Turnbull off and with eleven necessarily Included a vast amount of
meeting thi5 evening the Council wil  mfc�� the champions took up the run- infected       material.        Consumptives
ning. Gibbons sav.ng twice.    A melee licked   the   stamps  on   the  envel ���;������ -.
' ' :)" occurred  right  in   front  of the  West- and    a    letter    might    com- into the
tance  to  the  same,  and   thus   enable jnster net, which the Vancouver home   sorting  room   with   enough   germs   to
thg execution of the work at the lake  should   have  improved,  and   the  ball  poison the whole staff.
to be pushed forward with all speed,  travelling to the oppo.-it.- mi, Gordon
Spring gave to Len Turnbull, the fast
inside   netting   the   Seventh.     Gordon
MONEY TO  EMIGRATE  s.rln_  al3o  added   the  next, and   the
  visitor, were lucky iia not having otn-
York,    Aug.    29.���The  pluck   ers   placed   by   Wintemute.    However
young  Punk   was  responsible for  number  ������
Would Resign Crown-
Constantinople, Aug. 29.���A rumor
ls current in official circles here tod ,y
that King George of Greece has notified Great Britain, Franc- Germany
and Italy that be wishes to abdicate
the tbr<*ie. Although the rumor Is
unconfirmed, it is generally  believed
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������eeetemtHM*
For Tired and Sweaty Feet use
RYALL'S  FOOT POWDER   It
does its work.
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Final Quarter.
Blstence on continuing the Cretan autonomy.
streets and avenues will be dealt with Russian  immigrant    won   her   the  ad- and ttlfe llllrd Quarter concluded with
in a similar wav and when  this com- miration  of   the  government   officials   W  another   Westminster  score,  Gor-
m a sn.ii.ir wa>  anu wn..n tins com l.land     vesterdav       Kour  "��"    bein8   responsible.     Before   the
prehenslve   scheme  of  beitermem   is k           ���,      Dro-ikovv., ' ' tesuX.L bell   rang,  Dave   Gibbous   brought  off J>ere it is on account of the unrest In
completed    the    entire    character ol JSj^rSSato   of    the UnivVshTof a ^d sa^> from Pat Ft'ene>--             CreeCe  re8ultln^  from   Turk
New   Westminster    will    be changed Moscow,  reached    this    port  on  thei
for the better,     The adoption of such Estonia.
an  tmnrovement   noltcv a.   that  now wt",a "xamined at Ellis island she      Tiv   Vancouver  entered   the   tl    I
,      '         '      ,   lolc-   ab   lnat  n  w showed letters erf introduction to peo   for the   last   quarter  a   beaten    side.                Opera  House  Bookings.
going   forward   has   an  effect  tar   be- ple in Chicago, and said she was go-   The Chief of Police went on, and cau-      SoDt. ,..__p0i:v of the Circus
vond  the mere work of the city au- Ing there to    learn    English and to  tioned   the  player  against   any  dirty      s--pt.  16.���Knight for a Day!
tborities.      It gives courage  to those teach.     She was in perfect health, of ; work.   The advice seems to have he c      Sept. 18.���The Tim-   Place' and the
having business interests in our midst SDOtless   character,   but   she   did   nto | well   taken   as   th-   remainder  of   the  Girl.
_. well  ��_ ������ , rie��� ,    ,-e"v ni    ,    .,- llaVf' the $25 wt,lch is required of im ;game  was clean.    At each  end  goais '    sept. 20.���Commencement Davs,
 as ^ P"vate residents, to un-1migrants.      Th-   official,   would   not ;only failed by inches, and particularly
dertake   constructional  end    archit-c- let h>-r stay, and sh- was deported.      noticeable  was  a   long distance  shot
tural  exi nsions   that   materially   en- Yesterday   the  Birma   brought   her by Bill Turnbull.    Springer did some
hance  th    aspect  and importance of lnt" I""'' again, and when she passed , useful   work,   but   the   gre.ias    home
..     .,,,.   " ...                           . before    the    examiners    sh-  showed  could  not draw  the  Westminster de-
for instance them ^-      Thf._  ghe stopped  before \ fence out, or make any success  with
the  usual  b-ring  tactics.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57
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>..' one of the principal firms with a the physicians. They remembered
stand on Columbia Btreet having In n."r fine face and splendid figure, but
view    extensive    additions    to    their
extensive
frontage. Doubtless many other
firm.-; will be prompted by the improvement of the Btreet to undertake
similar extensions.
Not ies3 Important than the betterment of the stre- ts, among the undertaking sanctioned by the bylaws,
is the spi udid new water service
with which the city will be furnished
in the near futun.-
there was something different. The
lustrous, coal-black tresses, that <n
the former occasion had hung in great
curls to her waist, were gon-. The
girl had sold them to get the money
which would prove the "open sesame"
at  Ellis  Island.
A new shunter of a larger and more,when   they like  to  exert  themselves
powerful type than has been construe-land are in good shape, not worn out
When half the quarter was over,
Bill Turnbull scored the last tally for
the Champions, and just before the
close Lalonde replied for the visitors.
The spectators seemed quite tin d of
protracted proceedings and appeared heartily glad to See the <��d of the
match, it proved once again the com- . ... _, _��� , ,,,_.. ,,
plete superiority of the Champions :froLff',U0;v B��.j'Ys ^-llf tfully re-
Lun���   ,Y...  hi..   .-    I   .>       freshing for    Bath  or  Toilet    in  hot
Oct. ',.���In Wyoming
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Oct. 18.���David Harum.
Oct. 20.���O.     Henry's     New
"Lo."
Oct.  27.���Carter the Magician.
Oct. 2S���The Climax.
Nov.  1  and  2.���The Shepherd King.
Nov.  4��� Parisian  Mode!
Nov.   lib���Human   Hearts.
Nov.   22.���Forty-flve    Minutes  rrom
Broadway.
Dec.  1.���In  Dreamland.
r o r
School Text Books,
Scribblers, Pencils,
and all School Supplies
GO   TO
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY 4 CO.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������* I
by h-eavy and continued games.
Goal   Summary.
FIRST QUARTER
t'-d   before on  the  coast,  wag turned
out at the B. C. Electric railwav eom-
The installation   pany's   Car sho')s   on   Sitt,Jrday."    The
  Ihe   nstailation  new.  eng0n_  offJcla���v  known   at   No
of the new 24-inch main will certainly 906 is modelled on the pattern of the Westminster-Spring   	
be a significant  factor In the future  heavy   electric   locomotives     recently Westminster���Feeney   	
development of the port of New West-  reo-ived  by the company  from Bng- Westminster���L   Turnbull   ������
minster.      It   will  not    onlv  greatly 1^1,  A  'are<'   h,T* ln ,th*  centr! I SECOND QUARTER.
_.��iiff_>     ,.        , w���t '       ,      '   c��ntaln��  the   working  equipment   and   Westminster���T    ___nl_
facilitate   the   establishment   Of   large  ���n   elther  ���nd   a^   Iarg.   ___   con.   I^IIIIl���.'0   ""
and    Important    industrial  undertak-. taining ten tons of ballast.   The new  Vancouver���Lalonde
ings, which otherwise could not have engine develops 500 horse power and  Vancouver���Hennessey	
been  located   here,   but   will   also  ad-  ^'e Used for *eneral haulin�� Pur" | THIRD   QUARTER. *
mlt of qulU; a considerable expansion , ' Westminster���W.   Turnbull
of the residential portions of the city, , Lew.  M.aa.in.                     [Westminster���Spring
whilst it will  serve to ensure a more '
thorough
weather. For washing underclothing It Is unequalled. Cleanses and
purifies. ������
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2:09
2:28
10:40
Levy's  Magazine. ,,.
Tin-   principal   feature  of  the   Lew I^.tmlnster-L.   Turnbull
August   are   the   serial
system   of     flre   protection 'MaKa7-ln*   fo
��� been po_.IW_ vlilhll.^I^ !?< *" >"  ��� '
ent limited water sujipl
a complete tale
The   Waiting   Shot."   contributed   by
Westminster���Spring
Westminster���Wlntemute   ..   .
Westminster���Spring   	
FOURTH   QUARTER.
in association  with  this  improved !A- B- Lonie.     T__ latter is a vary |Westminster��� w. Turnbull
�����>������������������������� ^���������������������������������aa^^^
!
water  service  the  o_��-r mad     to  tne   lntf'r''",inK    OOntribuUon.       The     at.
City Council by the Vancouver Power ^^mi *"_, broUf,.t   Vivld,y   "'���f0r''
(.,T       . e r roweT the   public  i_   an   Illustrated   article,
Comtmy, in    connection    with their  which depicts some of the sensations
extensive   undertaking   at   Coquitlam 'dear to the amusement loving public,
lake is    of    considerable Importance.
Tbe full terms of this offer w.-re published in the New., on Saturday morning, and have since been the subject
of  general   comment   throughout   the
city.      So  thorough  in its character,
and so generous in its terms is this
offer,   that   we  are  not  surprised  to
find It meets with almost gmera] approbation.     If a committee formed of
the Council and half a dozen of our
best known citizens had formulated a
series of demands they could not have
been  more comprehensive in purpose
than the array of concessions which
the  Vancouver  Power Cpmpany  has
made,  quite  gratuitously,  and  placed
on record  in   the  letter    of    General
Manager Sperling to the Council.
The main point of the strong objection made In March last to the proposals of    the  Company In connecthu
Vancouver-
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"GET   THE   HABIT"
GILLEY BROS
WE ARE READY TO SHOW
you how lt Is cheaper to buy 0M
high-class building ma'erl"!
than It is to purchase the F01"'
er kind. We can point
buildings built with our
rials that never need reP81"'
We can point to ��>ni�� olher>
that need repairs all 'he t,m'
But thev were no: built of 0��|
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
Ltd.
to
mate-
Special Friday and Saturday
Lalond,.
Penalties,
First Quarter���Springer, 5 min.
Second     Quarter���T.     Gifford.     L.
Turnbull,   Murray,   Spring,  W.   Math-
PHONE
your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone
!
Maple Leaf Cups and Saucerg
90c PER DOZEN.
5-ieich  Plate?,  per doz.-n	
6-Inch  Plates, per dozen	
8-lnch Plates, per dozen	
Soup Plates, per dozen   	
. ,.75e
.. 85c
,��1.00
..90c
/*\"i22
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware Is the kind  you give the bride.
Kind to last.for lifetimes���fll] her heart with pride:
Kind to give the couple to cheer them all through life:
Kind  that  pleases  Hubby  and  also pleases Wife!
Westminster
Transfer Co.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S A ND  HAMILTON WATCHER
MU1T0N, VEAL PORK
Fresh Pork   Ssusages dally.
Best of  . srmsr_  Pork.
For information as to contracts, consult the adver- |
tising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your
to
place of business.
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office 'Phone lis.      Barn   Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   deliverer!    promptly
any part of the citv
11 Ught and Heavy Hauling
PACIFIC
Meat Market
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT
Phone 192
MCMENEMY & ANDERSON      Columbia MON
DAy, AUGUST  30
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THE   DAILY   V
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PAGE F1VB.
Children's Week   .SPORTING NEWS
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
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IW.S. Collister & Co.
SENIOIAMATEUIS
WIN FROM VICTORIAS
CRICKET
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Loca
Team   Found   Capital   City   Ag
greg.tion   Toughest   Proposition
Vet���Score 10 to 7.
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CEDAR I OTT 'm.i.
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WHERE?
At the Leading Furniture House, the place to save money.
Prices lower than the lowest. QUALITY IS OURS. It
will pay you to see our stock before buying your House
Furnishings.
^_.*3r
fit will pay to buy your gr oceriesfr oni
C. B.  DEANS
���
li
mation
pi r   pkg.   ...
Wheat
...j5c
| Vile.,'
for	
In  hulk
lbs.
25c
Isoldes   West    Making Powder,
1   .... tin     20c
iTlib-1�� a good baking powder.
|.    . ugar,
.$1.20
Schilling's   Hest
der, per tin ..
Baklnj
..25c and 40c
u Lashmar   ...
....    ti        ...   thai il,. 5   F IVebbei    I, C, S.
New * ���'���...,. . .
S.,t-   it.   A   i ran. 	
W.   A. Oodd 	
A.  Wbitaki r   run oui
S. J.  1'    I'.   . .   ,    ...     [f|    ,   ,
i.     I'    (nMiiard    b   .i Id
Hull.  MX el ill,      ,       .1.1,1,1
Crumpton,  b  .in,Id     ..     ..     ..
Ni '. oan, i..,i out	
I.M IMI-	
Chirkvn  Sotij),  2 tlnB  for  ��� .15c
Clark's Pork and Bean-
for	
Fn sh   Ground
at.  per  lb.   .
Coffee,
can?
....25c
i-;.. clal
....25c
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Big Sale
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WE HAVE SOLD A BIG LOT OF SHOES SINCE OUR MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE STARTED. STILL WE HAVEN'T
MADE ROOM  FOR  LARGE  FALL   STOCK.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO BEFORE THIS SALE STOPS.
EVERY PAIR OF SUMMER FOOTWEAR MUST GO REGARDLESS
OF FIRST COST,  SO  WHAT  IS OUR  LOSS IS YOUR GAIN.
COME TOMORROW. SATURDAY IS THE BIG DAY OF OUR
SALE.
YOU NEVER BOUGHT FOOTWEAR AT SUCH PRICES BEFORE.
THIS  SALE  WON'T   LAST    MUCH   LONGER.
NO SHOE DEALER CAN AFFORD TO SELL SHOES AT THE
PRICES  WE   ARE   VERY   LONG AND   STILL  STAY   IN  BUSINESS.
COME  TOMORROW.
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W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN,
HOLMES  BLOCK, COLUMBIA   STREET,   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
.1, thla year, tb,.
��� '.- loi   .., ,.   on
.   ,n  I.an,ling ou;   :,  ,1,
to&i to ..        i, on theh .,.-_, grounds
in,   ol   I', i.   i
ii    i,.,,  was clom ,
i,, pick ib''
winners. Interval   how-
��� -V -....: thai Fn,i.,:,
who pli . . noe ior Hi,. Vic
torts   sustained  .,   broki .
..nd  be   ....  forced  to remain off tor
Hi,.  !��� :. ..i, |. r oi  the  game.      r'airall
"v- ��� a     .  ::������ _tai - ol  the  \ ictorla
... >     was .,
lOSa    tl     He 11,. lv,. li    then,    how,  vei
New   Vi -   ... ii. v    bad   its   work   cm
out, :,... m .        the hardest
soi i  ol  work v the Roj al Cltlzen*
mai ... .    lie necessar;  ma
l.v    I, of 11..  N'i a  Westminst i
" an . t ���   o\   i   ihe  bi ad
��� vied hig remaining otl
foi the _ , at, ,- pai i ol the secon I
���v'.v McPhadden, who gi l ..
bad blow In the Btomach, �� hli I, mi
fered with I,is play, wi nt off to ��� ven
li, .-pit, ii,. num er "i mjuili ���.
u.ui were sustained ini thi coui -.��� ol
the game, the plaj wan not unuBuallj
rough, and although checking was
��� ���I. Be and hard, there �� i - fi w fouls,
and the referees had a comparative!,
eas)   time.
Game   Started   Late.
Th,. game  was lat.   In Btartl ig as
the Westminster players awaited the
arrival of ihe  Princess Charlotte on
which  w.re several  of their  players
At exactly 3:35    Referee    Stan  Peele
I placed the rubber between the sticks
iand they started off  with a burst "'
Is..." ,1 thai  Is s. bbiii, s,en In a match.
When  the  whistle  bh w  the mass '>t
s, ectatora   presenl   gav,.   the  Capital
boyg :. good band as they wer,  ahead
by ti goal. Kahiill had to rvlir,. OH
.ue,mm of Ids broken Jaw and New
Westminster  evened  up by dropping'
; McPhadden, who ha 1 also been hurt.
Tied in  Second Quarter.
Tli,. Becond  quarter    found  all  the
boys   fresh   and   with   eleven   men   to
'each team. They went ai il again .
si a spicy manner and it was not long
, .-for.. Sieve Redgrave accidentally
crowned Fitzgerald with the heavy
side of the webbed Btlck, for which
he Waa penalized flve minutes, Fitzgerald  bad  to  retire  tor the quarter]
'and Dempster waa temporarily
dropped. Hob home., were working
splendidly   and   win n   half   nine   was
'called the score was evened, with the
scoiv .". all
,    In  the  third  the Victorias secured
one  ei'd  the   N.-w  Westminster shot
two through the netB, alter souk  pretty fair lacrosse in which the Victoria
players  held  up their end  well.
Final  Period Disastrous.
The final petlod waa the disastrous
one for Victoria, for the visitors koi
busy  and  piled  up  four goals,  whll
the   now   tired   Victorians  could
hut om- past Custodian Mutan,
The   players   lined   Up  as   follows  at
the  Btart:
WESTMINSTER
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Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT   CALL  81.
Tots.)   	
NEW   WESTMINSTER
isi       w bttaki ,   	
i iddy, ,   Perry, b Elliot!   .   .   ..
ii   Vidal      Cran	
Judd, I, Millar	
H   Snei i Iff,  I', tired	
Rev   t    \\   Houghton, b Whim
C. S  Cooke, c Millar, b Crane ��� ��� ���
i-l  C   Davej   noi oui  	
P Oi ant. Bt, New man  	
F. Wi bber, st, Elliott     	
W     Hull-('.',,I .     .     Elliot!    	
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8
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six  Races  Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:45.
TRAINS   LEAVE   CARRAL   STREET   STATION,   VANCOUVER,   AT
1:00. 1:30, 2 P. M
.',-1
Munn	
Digby  . ...��
It.   Pearson
Patchell ..
Gifford ��� ��� ���
Battson..  .
, MacKenzie
i Fitzgerald
i Bartlett ...
j McPhadden
Purdy  	
Swanson ..
!
.. Goal ..
. .Point, .
Cover   . .
.1st   Def,
2nd Def. .
.rd Def,  .
Cenl re.
.3rd   II.
2nd H...
.   1st. H,
.  Inside  .
Outside.
VICTORIA
 Mould
.  McArthur
S. Redgrave
 Faiiall
 Owens
Redgrave
Swenuy
..,  Carss
Young
Dempster
.Hancock
. .Julian
L.
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PRIZEFIGHTING   MAJOR
| MAKES BID FOR BIG FIGHT
WSTEB &R0WEKS
FEAR HEAVY LOSS
Pet
m  N.i
irraqansett  Bay  is  a  Failure
But Sh0tage will  Appear For
Some  Yeara.
_9.���The
bay  this
many   of   the
sustain   heavy
Providence,    R,  i.,    Aug.
joyster set  in   Narragansett
|yeai  '���  tt failure, and
[Oyster  growers    will
l<)ssv as a result.
The failure of the set here Is ren
1'" 1 more serious by the fact that
'radically the same conditions pre-
���1 iu Long island sound, which Is
sually depended upon for a large
"arl Ol the seed oysters.
��,2Jeu millions of oysters are
���ned    to   set   or    spawn.       Last
in wtl_K_ a 1,1,e"nal set- ����d
oyst
BROKE PROMISE TO
WED FORMER LOVE
San
Francisco   Heiress   Betrothed
Doctor  Will   Be   Bride  of
Guardsman.
Paris,   Aug.   29.���Having  annou
bis engagement In June to Dr. Stein,
a   Vienna  specialist,   and  Its   ruptur-
one year from date. Munroe does not
t0 Istate exact location of battlegrounds,
but savs It Is less than 36 boms Horn
Chicago, New York and other eastern
cities.'   '
After   his   quick   defeat   by   Jeffries
several years ago, Monro,, returned toi
_���,..,   mining  and   is   said   to
silver claim at Elk City. Ontario
own   a   large
of    a  repetition   the
Saturday's Scores,
about osie  month  ago,  Miss Florence!  EASTERN   LACROSSE   RKBULTH.
Breckinridge, of   San  Francisco,   now |    At    Ottawa���Capitals,    _;    Tecum
informs  her  friends  that on  Septem- Vila, 4-
ber 8 she will ^e married at the Brit- ;    At   Montreal���Nationals,
Ish   Embassy,   here    to   Thomas   r'er- : wall, 2.
mor   Hesketh,   of   England,   until   re- ,    At  Toronto   (exhibition  game)
cently a member of the Horse Guards,  ^to.  12;   Shamrocks, 1,
There  is vague  talk  of  a long  at- ^^S_B________
tachmcm.  between   the   pair,  with  in-, 	
fsrenoes  that their    romance did  not chaser can be found.     QOflOt the to
They must have been  terns is a fine piece of work, carvert
because   Hes-  from the    Jawbon
Flrsl  Race���1, llampass;  2,
Iroquois;  :',, Sam McQlbben,
Second  Race��� I,  High Gun;
quel;   II,   Oil.   Hronston.
Third   Rae'���1.  Nagazajn;   2.
tlna;  3, Redondo.
Fourth      Ra. e   Vanoouver
value  $1000.-1,  Saiinposal;   2.
Qu< en, :;, Workbox.
Fifth   Race���1,   Lady   Klizaln
Binocular;   3,  Vlrgie   I'assls.
Sixth Race���1, Brag,. Barge;
HE  SIZED
Opinion
of   Winnipeg   Grain
Saturday's Game.
Tom Metcalfe, a well known figure
of the Winnipeg wheat pli. waa a
spectator at Saturday's game at
Queen's park, when he entered the
grand stand Mr. Metcalfe did not
know one team from thy other, but
ll did not take him long to get things
sized uo. Before the game started
Mr. Metcalfe, finding a Westminster
enthusiast who was anxious io bet on
the Salmon Bellies, took him up and
placed a bunch of bills on the Oreen
Shirts. Having bet on the Vancou
v.-r leam, Mr. Metcalfe naturally felt
| a friendly Interest In them at ths
New York, Aug. 29.���Jack Munroe, Htart, This, however, rapidly waned
former heavyweight pugilist and now ag J||ay wam on an(, wtu,n lhe ci08P
mayor of Elk City. Ont., coveyed JO- of the second quarter came With
day to a local sporting writer that the ; gias|,|ng on the part of Vancouver Mr-
Elk CUv Athletic club had offered a Metcalfe'* disgust reached Its climax.
purse o'f $100,000 for the Jeffries- i..you w|a" t,e gaid, "approaching the
Johnson fight to take place in Canada lfiln wjtj, wtl0m he had made the bet.
I   put   my   money   on   lacrosse,   and
put my money on
Westminster*! the only team that is
playing that here. Thp other bunc.i
looks to be trying to run a slaughter
house.'
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run smoothly,     tm;
acquainted   for   years,
keth's   first   wife   was   Flora   Sharon,
the   daughter of   Miss   Breckinridge s
�����,. ��_!__era  l,lanted  an  unusually  stepfather.
number this season. I    MIsb    Breckinridge's     grandfathers
usually takes the young oys- wer.   John C. Breckinridge and  L^yd
tbi-e,. to  five years to ma- Tevis.    Her mother's second has ami
shortage this  year will not was  Fred,    g'aron, son    of    8 nator
Sharon,  of  Bonanza   fame.      .:
of    a Whale.      It
stands about three feet in height, and
la worth in the neighborhood of fifty
dollars.
In the neighborhood ot Nelson. iHe
had a desire, however, io get back into his calling and when the opportunity  offered  he seized  it.
As
|r'i'-i  from
ture, the
REVELSTOKE   HAS
NEW CHIEF OF POLICE
GOVERNOR-GENERAL WILL
VISIT   WINNIPEG
'"��� '"" for a few years.
F'SHERMEN'S UNION.
thv I."',-*'!!' .be   u   meeting  held   by
,���.,,���        -li-hermen-s Union on  Sat,
(���,,,Y^I->'-Y,'-2.P.m.
expected
at  2  p.m. lm the
and every  fisherman  is
'" be present
JOHN W.
Bonanza .
has pressed his suit whii,. the guv st,
of Fred Sharon In Paris, ani family
Influence has doubtless encouraged
the match now announced. ��� -:
Breckinridge Is heiress to a
share of the Tevis  millions.
large
Winnipeg, Aug. 29��� Word has been
received that   the   governor   general
(Revelstoke Mail Herald > and Lady Grey, with their household,
H   VI   Barry  Revelstoke _ new chief will  spend  a fortnight ln  Winnipeg,
of police, arrived in town from Nelson  from October 1 to 15.   It is stated that
on
IO  by
Monday afternoon   and was sworn  his   excellency  has  decided  that ow-
the  Mayor on' Tuesday morn- lng   to   the   growing   Importance    of
BRODWKIK,
Secretary,
Some  Interesting  totem  poles
Iwen brought to the City by B_ ImlK..!
from   the   west   coast,   and   Ml
Indian   Agent  McDonald   until   B   Vhf
,       The  new   chief ls now  quietly Western Canada the governor-general
���attllng  down   to  his  duties  and  be should  spend a portion of iach year
thinks  be aba"  m'  Revel-uoke  well-  in the western metropolis.    The vice-
Have  Ha was highly recomm.nded in Letn- regal party will occupy the houses of
, idee where he last served as ��blef,  Hon.  Colin Campbell and Hon. Roht.
with  though he resigned that position about Rogers, lent for the occasion and sit-
i vear ago  to go Into fruit ranch'og uated  near each other.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALPRfcD   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
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Hundreds Drown
In Mexican floods
A FLY IN A WEB.
English Watchmaker
(Continued from Page 1.)
slight and complete darkness wa_ an
adled  horror.
Ciie., of the drowning eould I 6
heard, bul the onlookei were power-
lest,  to  r.-.-id. r aid,
D eadfui   Scenes.
When diMiigiit came the scene w;'s
Indescribable, All through the- flooded districts groups could be seen bud-
died on the lops of two-story building.., eniii'i Ij surrounded by a seething nn . ol water, one by one Lhes*>
.- dlsaj.p, .ir.d with their human
freight. Noth.ng could ii..1 In the
wild current, whiph was running at
the rate of twenty miles an hour,
During ilie early morning hours the
water remained stationary, and it was
noon before a |aH of four tei t began.
Bj I o'clock this .meinoon the river
was back In Its banks, only to go oui
again at 6 oclock, because ol the continual   downpour  of  rain.
The great Bteel plant at Monterey
suffered a loss of nearly a mi,mm
dollars and the smelter of the Mexican Lead Company is CUl off from
the city and submi rged, It i, estimated that the loss at this plant will
be $3,000,000.
Many fain.lies remained In their
duellings until compelled io seek refuge ou the roofs, but too Late for their
Safety, for thej found themselves entirely surrounded bj wai r and at the
mercy of the raging stream.
r_e War  ���  Tiny  Spider  lmprii.ii
Hla ni�� Victim.
"One morning   when    busy   In    ray      Goid Watc'je.s for l.adi. s from $1273
workshop," any. a naturalist, "a large up,
fly, double the else of a bluebottle, was     silver watches,   gents'   open face
caught in n spider's web In tbe win- $6.oo.
dow close to where I was nt work.    II      Silver   Watches,   gents'   Open    case,
was held by two of its legs onlv. and  *7-50 UP-
for some time the spider, which wan Ag��nt tor W_dtf__n_ and hll.in
about the size .,r the fly's head, pro
cee.ied to strengthen Its hold by at
(aching numerous extra lines to the
two captive limbs, carefully keeping
out of reach of the others, whieh were
felting out In till directions in frantic
efforts to escape.
"During a short respite In the cup
tire's struggles the spider cautiously
approached uml with Its hind legs j-'ot
several turns of its tiny rope round
one of the limbs that wen- free. These
tactics were carried on till all the leg's
were (irmly boUUd. It then injected
poison iulo one of the legs. This sood
showed Itself, for its deadening effects
reduced the vi.-tim's struggles in ��
marked degree Tiie poison paralyze.
but docs not kill.
"Shortly after a second bite resist
ance ceased, and tbe victor settled
dowu to sink the Juices of its falle.
prey. The snuggle- lasted quite aj>
hour. Ne.t morning the fly was allv<
nn,I the spider was still sucking out lr��
lfel.l/.-Ml  "-   il.i..-���.     .ST.
Tb*   ninVf-rnr.-.
Small Boy-Pa. what is the difference
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Turn   doors   trom   Ceo.  Adams,   Grocer
SPECIAL AUGUST SALE!
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Sincjer      Sewing      Machines.      five
Laredo, Texas, Aug. _:��.���Reports
reached lure of one of the most disastrous floods that have ever been
experienced in Northern Mexico, caused by the overflow of the Santa Cat-
anno river. According to the rumors, there has been great loss of life,
estimated as high as 1,000, and the
financial damage Is estimated at anywhere  from  $1,000,000   to  $2,O0O,00U.
It is stiiti-d from a reliable source
that in Motnerey the loss of life is
estimated at from 100 to 300 persons.
Mi xlco City, Aug. I'H.���The city of
Monterey is in darkness and withoui
drinking water. Mon; than 10,00.
pereons are homeless, cod hundreds
have boon drowned. The correspondent estimates the property loss at
$10,000,000. Th,. steej work's and big '
smelters haev been destroyed or badly damaged.
between u pessimist and an optimist?   ^raW��r-  cl���P-he/d.  latest model, $52:   .
Pa-Well, let me see lf I can illustrate   ^Jown  and  $3  monthly)   or  $41.60  I
Tou know I am often discouraged, and
things don't look to me as If they'd
ever go right.   Well, nt such times I
can  be said to be fl  pesshulst    But
years ago, when I was n young tuna.
everything looked bright and rosy. a_8
I wus always hopeful,   Then I was ad
optimist.    Now. my son, can you ntS*
derstand the difference between a pei.
.Imist and an optimist?    Small Boy>��
Oh, yes; one Is married aud the othei
Isn't���Harper's Weekly.
Cauae of  Hli  Joy.
"What are yon looking so happy over,
old man?"
"I am rejoicing over the birth of
twins."
"Great Scott!  I congratulate you!"
"Don't congratulate me. Go and congratulate Evans. He's the lucky man.
I never did like bim."���Philadelphia Ia-
anl/ttr.
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival ot mails at the Xew West
minster post office, the hour given In
each   vise   being   the   Hour   01   closing.
which is hall an hour, a.- a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are desparcn
ed and received daily c.\c pl SundJ)'.
The only mails dispatched and re
ceivvl Sunday are the G. X. R. South
and C. P, R, east mulls. n0t including
the way mails, Sapperton, l-i.is.e
Mills and Coquitlam,
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:Uii p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
.:..) p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
lul'i p.m.���Second Mail cast, ana
losed mail from Sumas. und Seattle,
Deluding U. S. A. matter, and also
Fraser Mills.
Seven-drawer     Machines,     $54,     $5
down and $3 monthly;  $43.20 cash.
(No old  machines  taken  at   these
pries,)
Organs  less than  cost for cash.
Call and see for yourself th. snaps
I havj for August sale Orders by
mail  promptly  attended  to.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House;
, j
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
Mails Despatched.
Railway Time Tables
B.
C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver lor New West,
minster at _i.., tii.u, T:-U and B:0U
a.m., and every half hour thereatter
until  11:30 p.m
Cars leave Xew Westminster for Van
couver at a:_0, ti:.u, _:.ri0, 7:20 and
.mu a.m., and every half nour then,
after until 11:00 p.m.
Sjnday Schedule.
Car. leave Vancouver tor Xew  Wesi I
mlu-ler at 8:00 and 11:00 am., ami |
every    half    hour    thereafter    uik.
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave Xew Westminster for Van
couver at .:Ue a.m., and uvery hall
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lasi
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
0:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
C. X. R. Owl,
i a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. east taking all point-
east including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboisiord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
5 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and soutn;
and Hulls Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hair., Pi.ii.iv Ha-
gelmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays   and   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.��� Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, 'lnn-
berland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.   ,v. X.W
2:00 p.m.'���Burquitlam, iby courier.      p.m,
2;no p.m. (Summer months close at Lv. X. W. ll
2:30  except   Saturday)���Ladner.   Fort   p.m.
Qulchon,  Westham    island and  Sun- Lv. X. w. 4:32
bury, daily excepi Sunday; Woodward,  p.m.
Tuesday.  Thursday and Saturday, via   l.v. X. W. 12:10 a.m.
".I. C. Bruce."      (Steveston mall des- am,
patched and received via Vancouver.)  Lv. Seattle 8:0."> a.m
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver    and    Piper  p.m.
Siding, via 0. X. it. north Lv. Seattle I:
::   p.m.  -Cloverdale,   Nlcomekl,   and ym.
Port K.iis dally, Clayton on Tuesday.lLv. Seattle 1'
(Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord,  Tuesday  anil  Friday.
4:on p.m.��� Vancouvei- and Burnaby
lakv. via H. C Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mail la despatched to
Victoria  via  Vancouver at this  hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
8. points east and south, via (J. X. it
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Secotifj C. P. U.. east, Fra
ser Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody,  Pitt Meadows,  Port Ham
Schools open on Monday next
and we want all students, both
young and old, to remember
that MOREY'S BOOKSTORE
is still in the lead with BOOKS
and   SCHOOL  SUPPLIES.
Our scribblers    and    exercise
books   are   the   best   value   ever
offered.     Don't    buy   until    you
have seen ours.
TWO  SCRIBBLERS   FOR  5c.
on   Monday  next,
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
Where io buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Great   Northern  Railway,
S:_0 a.m.;
a.m.
p.m.
a in.
Lv. Seatth
p m,
> p.m.;
45 p.m.
12:2.". p.m,
The
Where io b
Is Answered
by  directing  you  to  the  stoiv  where
Seattle 3:35  J'��u can see the largest stock of new
a;:d second-hand good, of all kinds in
Seattle 8*65  the city.
I  have a splendid Cream Separatoi
Seattle 9:40 ! ��r sale, nearly new.
Com-e and see how much more you
ar. Seattle 7:15  can   get   for your    money  here  than
elsewhere.
X. W. 2:55      ""  '! ring of guns,  umbrellas, type-
I vrlters, :,mi light automatic macbln-
ry and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
lolumbla St.     "Man on the Wheei.
ar.
ar.
ar,
N. w. 9:30
ar. x w. ii;
ar. X.w  6:
G. N. R.���Port Gulcbon.
Leavea Xew Westminster on Tues
day at 10 am., returnH at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., ar
rives 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
mond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilli-. Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
wack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz, 6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Lytton Llllooet Spen.es' Bridge, Xlc-; Gu!chon g pm Thur8da Mtl Fri(1av
ola and   district,  and all   points east'
except Kootenays.
Mails  Received.
6:45 am.���Blaine and Seattl., including all U. S. points, via G. N. K.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:06 to 10:00 a-m-���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
Via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Fort
Oulchon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
|    Leaves  Guichon  fi  a.m.  each   ween
day;   arrives  8:50 a.m.
Leaves  X. W.  3:50  p.m.  dally ex-
.cept Sunday;   ar. Gulchon  at  7 pm.
iiicir1
��
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in tbe Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
___.i__i.- ���   ��!%*__<-''
iiflTmrawE
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce
whether you Intend to travel or send-
ng for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland  August 27
Empress of Britain ..   ..September 10
For other dates and particulars ap
ply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
SPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central MeatgMarket
Oorner Eighth SL ana   Fifth A Tends
PHONE 170.
���OWELL A ODDV, Proonatore.
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AUGUST 30,  1909.
THE   1_A1L_   NEWS.,
PAGi_   __.V___..
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WATER NOTICE.
,, ^en thai nn ap-
..in .,. made under Part V-
Ad, 1909," to 0 .'-im ���'
NeH   Westmlnsti r Di-
Westminster  District
addro:     nn.I   occupa
is the  Vancou
[caveat  or certificate of   Us penden
being  lil-d   within  such  period, or n,
default of   redemption    before r.
11ration, you and each of you will    .
I
_ , i.i-nnt
any, Limited, having
;I1   Citj of Vancou-
Columbia, and  haviu_
divided   Into  -.-
ich, all fully
of the  lake,
MlsWoei     lilver,
Inlet,    (Indian
ol  diversion
thout  12 mileu  from  the
irei   idi Tho quantity
for in cubic feel per
.   The   character  ol
, ,,i... a water  power
, , _ .ration ol eli ctrlcity
Industrial  ami  com-
and   particularly   in
machine v,
�� of Coast lunge One.
hai   Albert   Hunt,  ol
 ��� ��� ipation  farmer,
forever estopped  und  debarred  lrom ��� ���'     : '���'  permission to
setting up anj claim to or in ��� ���          ' ' '   iwln8    l"'-ri- ' '
of Hu- said land, and I shall re
. Annie Ryder as owner thereof In :   "   '"- '<   P'anted  in
And  I  hereby  order  thai   publl. '"   Kees  Island
of this notice for  twenty days l,-, a  June 109      ��n   gr0Up'    Dalfe(i
;
���:   $L	
i he name
^^^^
rard
|,    1   .   The  point
r
cn-erai
chai
dailj   newspaper
_  West ml. ster  will
published   In   Xew
hi-   goo,I    I
[cient service thereof.
Dated at iho Land  Rei 1st]    1 ill
New WestmlnBter, Province ol  Bi
Columbia, this Ith day of Augu 1, A.
u��� l.oy.
W,  S.  KEITH,
Dlstr ci   Regli I rar.
To Charlotte Cooper, .Lun..
son      Laldlaw,    .1.    Laldlaw    1.   .
George  I-'.   Wells,    William  Ma
Smith, Edward James Thain.
���  :
���  .
Pe
Applying   for   the
containing    L60  acres
ALBERT HUNT,
S.  II   FORD, Agent.
6th, 1909.
!   Range One.
it*  .lohn   Johnson   ot
������������-. C, occupat on     Bales
to apply tor permissloi
' 1   purchase  the  following   describ.-
lands:
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell   Hotel.
���������   1 Wl in.
ll.i 4 . .      I
Vancouver.
..1
a . .on.1 .
;   ��� 1 . ..   Iz.
M. y. ii.n.vv   s attle,
Mr, an i Al      Ha       1   h 11, Bea tie
It. J. Burd   A
S   Ro . 1   ..ii,  Hammond,
.Jnv. Mi Pane, .s attle.
I-'. .M in i .1,, La Itm
.    Norsworthj. Moni r. al.
I D. 1    dg, Vancouver.
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice Ls herebj  givi a that au
Iplication win he made under 1.
il   motors
the  operation    oi
. ���  A..n.s ���  which ^	
|lgl,i               .  poww are suit- of the "Water Av, 1909,'   to obtain a
ifi    The   I"1-- license  In   the  Municipality ol    _ .1
which  the water I-  to he naby Division of Loi  U. Dl
.   near high tide (a) The name  address and -
mouth 01 the river,  (gi tion of the applicani  I    11
(or which the water la llamson,      142   Westmin   ei
r ue electric p*>w Vancouv. r, 11  c.
for traction, light- (_.) The name of the lak.-.
1 ufacturing and    ailjdf unnamed, the description) ,      1
on
at  a   i". t   planted on
'���'"��� ""���������������- 1 hore of John island, an Is-
v. I   ���    . iland and Davies
sland      Date i   June 6th, 1909.    Ap-
.    Plying  for  the  whol.  island, contajn-
\. lng ';.. .   rei   mo     oi
JOHN  JOHNSON.
Par S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  Junp (1th. 1909.
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1:    I
hi
1
District of coast  Range One.
'lake no ice thai James Unison  01
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Vancouvei   B. <-.. occupation   farmer,
.alorother.purpososjknovj'X&Jf *^ ���**\3��?&       'X**        S Ml?
lm     h II      1    ',      ��� '  ' '     ������">��nclng  ai  a   posl   planted on
III.    .   ,      '       U'" !"'   '"" '     "'     Owl  island.
k.)   lhe l.oini ol diversion Is about  Dated June 6th   1909.      Applying for
a stake marked (the who:,. Island, containing 160 acres
Windsor  Hotel,
P. .M   OH ' 11. B lllngham,
B. Nel on, Bellini .wn.
W.  A,  Duarl    ri. attle.
('has. Hansen,  Vancouver.
ri.  J.  Grant,  V.iv.v.
11, Lehman, Ml   L. hman.
11.... Purcell, H lllngham,
F. Routley,  Vancouver.
A. Dellsle, Mission City.
Misses L. nnd ri. Sen. j, V uncouver.
F. B. Hall, Seattle,
W. ('.opi r, Merrl t, I; C.
.1. (I, Langman, Vancouv. r,
ll. lv Everell, Redding, Cai.
may be applied,    in   11
1 iv use 1 for power or
describe   the   place
; la to ie returned to
', v    and the differ-
aitltu:   between point of di-
Inl   of     return.     The
jj  -.       .-.-urn. .1 to river near
I md difference of eie-
,-.,������     "int of diversion and
... i    about  300 feet,  (j)
; cr.v     lan I  hit. nde I to  be
L] proposed  works  will
j,.. acres,    (k 1  Thl    no-
pov 1  on   the   7th   day   of
i- ���     ; application    win
the  Commissioner   on
iguBt   1909.     (1)   Give
i_es snd  addresses of  any   rl-
:>rs or licenses who or
f Jand- are likely to he affected
1 proposed  works, either abov.
1.1 itlet,    U.  P.  Dickins,
.rer, B C.
���  ...    Memorauduin   or
ition nf  the  Company    which
Jiz.J  the   proposed   application
or_!  ������        ie  follows:
for    which    the
ny Ib esl ibllshed and 10 whieli
the Con pany are    restricted
�� of wat.'r and water lq same channel
of unrecorded   wa-  feel lower.
iy the p i'. im .   o|  water re-
|' ��� ���'���    ���        ivlleges for la)  Con-
g. operating aud  maintaining
works   power houses,  gener-
I; am  ii I    ich other appliances
I ns    are  necessary
II .  generating of elec-
;' wer, or any other
^developed   power,    and     for
��� ���  ;o  he used  by
by persons or corti-
wlth the company
I tin rniiiiv'' i)0W(Jt- for the
M WlliJ 1.   machinery   or
er works or to
HOPPERS   mou-
'8, or for
 u in plug.
Irilllng
100   feet    Bouth    of
Block  one  il)   in  tiie nortliwest
11.V of District  Lot  1 11.
id. 1 Th.. quantity ol water applied
for (in cubic feel pei Becondj is two
(2),
.iv The cbaracti r ol  the 1	
works is tn run power machinery
and electric dynamo, dom. stic or
Irrigating,
11.1 The   premises   on   which   1 b ���
water is k. be used Is known as Block
be one  iii, two 12) and Blxti en (16) In
ui.- District  Lot 111, Burnaby.
(g 1 The purpos b for    which    tl e
water is to be    used   are   dom.  ti
power,  light and irrigation.
Hi.1 if tor Irrigation describe the
land to be Irrigated���about twelve
(12)  acres.
iii If the water Is to be used tor
power or mining purposes desoribe
the plaee where the water is to be rt'-
turned to some natural channel, and
the difference In altitude between
points of diversion and point of return. The water Is to be r tune- 1
aboul two hundred (_"i| f.-t-t below
ind about sixty (60) |
cor-1 more Or le_B
JAMES  WATBOrt,
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June Gth,  1909.
District of Coast   Range One.
'i   I .   notice that Bei geta An lerson
in', ti is to apply fer permissl n to pui
of Vancouver, B. Ll.. occupation, lady,
chase the following described itm.is:
Commencing at a post planted ln
Ihe hay at northwest corner of .Maud
Island, the largest island in tlie Indian group. Dated June Cth, 1.U9.
Applying for the whole island, containing  (If.  acres   more  or  less
BERGETA AN_<_RSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
SenUIn Approval, ] f
To Responsible Pkoplb   * *��,._?.'._
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
II-   'Mn.  Il,_   Palm.
Many stories have been told of mean
men, bu.��� as he who used a wart tmt
S collar button and he whose hlrthdar
flft to his son consisted In washing the
windows so that tlie lad might wutcfc
the cars go  by.   This  man, however
seems to have  won the palm.   There
was nn extremely mean man In .N.-w
liampslilre who was tbe proprietor ot |
S  hotel.    Hy  his  direction rules  wer.
posted  In  The  hostelry   forbidding  al
_10.1t   every   conceivable   privilege   t��
those not guests of the place.   Tbc_
was absolutely no chance for the canal loafer to get newspapers, pens. Ink
stationery,  etc.   There were not even
free  seats  lu  the ofllce.   On. day bs
chanced   to  observe   a  chronic   loafr-
gazing at Uie old clock that hung or
the  wall.    The  next day  a  slgu   wa*
placed over the clock.   It read,  "ThU
clock is for the use of Uie guests of tirr
hotel only "���Success Magazine
4   T������   Por  *<-A*l-kne��_
Many people have a genuine eurtoe
Ity to know If Hay would be tiea sl?.
In case they should uke au ocean voy
ege. An easy way to put the matter tt
a test is to stand before the ordinary
mirror thnt turns In Its frtnie aud le*
sonie one move It slowly and slightly
at flrst, gradually growing faster, whii*
you look fixedly at your own reflection
If you feel no effect whatever from t'
the chances are that you can stand __��
jrdioary sea voyage Without tiLj
ijUfllm.
*__^
and
RED GEM __p^��
BB.   I
B_e InK Pencil dsT
j.i The area of Crown lend Intended to be occupied hy the proposed
works Is none.
(k) This uotlc.. was iiosted on the
lllli day of Augusi. 1909, and application wil] be made to the Commissioner on the 15th day of Bep-
teml er, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock.
il.) The names and    addresses   01;
any    riparian proprietors or licensees j
Who Or  whose lands are  likely to be j
affected    by    the     proposed      works.
either above or below the outlet are
the Crown, 11. B.   Scott,   Vancouver,
and E,  I'ni-hiiian. Vancouver.
HORAC-  WILLI VMSON,
442   Westminster   avenue,   Vancou-,
ver, B. C.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jax-obson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing  at  a   post   planted   in
a small  hay on nortii shore of Bend
island.    Dated  June  6th.   1909.      Ap-1
plying for the whole island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1309.
etui
nut
jhl
111.
ti wlf
���
/* appli
���bi. tor
rs
and
app
ng   Sjtopera-
1   o^
in
LAND   ACTS.
nj Sand Taken
.1  the Fraser.
District  of  Coast   Range  One.
Take   notice  that  Adolph   O.   Johnson, of Vancouver,  B.   C., occupation,
farmer,  intends  to   apply   for  permis-
BOrlbed lands:
sion to jiurchase 'Jie following tle-
Commencing at a post planted on
'the nonh shore of Crib isiand. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the,
whole Island, containing 90 acres
I more  or  less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Vour CI
Th.se
Two
Popular
Articles
lor only
Hvtry [if 11 gnaraiitp,.-!
full 14 Kt. sclid Guld���cut
on right hand mav be lib.!
in ealier our standard
black opaque pattern or
Non-hreakaljle Transpai-
cnt. os desired, eitlier in
plain or engraved finiih
as preferred.
Yon may try thi, pen . week
If Joud.��_tniniit_ii.i,re��eii_iJ
. letter   aril, le ll.ra You can ,e-
eure  fi.r ihhik tikis thi, tmiu I
_,,���  in   ai.y . I'.,, cake, if ,,. 11
entirely   ,atisfacl<,ry In every re-1
ipwt return it .wl we will aen.l I
youKl.lciforit.
CrTO��iirTli0,1Pf,mf,������,d ���
Popular  Rtu  '.,,  I,lk   Je���ci]
m|.let* leek proof blU-ph, na
I le, carried it, any po.ition I
pwkel oi Ihopplnt liap. writ,., a
any a.ik'le at firit touch. Flail
num liprinel fee.l. Irl.liuli
I'Oinl, poliiherl vulcanired rukl.e
ca.",   terra cotla   finish.     Ketai
[everywhere for$_S0. A^enl
warned Write for te-lna. Wri_
now ..Jest y���u forgef    ArMre.,
Laughlin Mfg.. Co.*|
M-,e.tlc Bldg.,
Detroit. Ml.b
Ilrr  WUiIiiib,
"Girls!"   quietly  carta*!, oi.  but
nenfly astute Aunt Broadhead.
"Ma'am?" they  rejilied as they
tered obediently to her.
"Always remember, girls, that when
s man professes to have a -fatherly Interest' In you his own daughters need
It, that your own father cau sufficiently supply you with it aud that Is the
oldest of all stories save One in th*
world."���Fuck.
An   Experiment.
"Where are you  going.  Michael,  se
larly"
"Apothecary's; wife got sick last
sight."
"Doctor been there yet?"
"No. I found a prescription in the
rtreet when I was ln town, and _*���
going to *��a*e that made up and try It"
���VllegeMI* flatter.
YEAR3'
Th.   r.11,1  of n ...i._.
What brings about the cud of l.oostii
Is it Ure, water, worms? As every
ship launched is bound to be wrecked
e-ery theater to be burned, the flnls of
the hook Is Its reduction lo ushea.
What became of tbe Alexandrian li
brary? Did the Saracens burn It Is
6-1D? There Is this question asked;
Was there any library at Alexandria
containing TOO.OQQ hooks? Gibbon Inclines to tlie opinion that there was ne
luch lll.iniy. Canon Taylor Insists thai
tf there hpJ been a library It was burn
ed In tlie Lime of Julius Caesar. Tra
dition seem* to indicate, however, that
there was t llbiary In the serapeum,
by no means a large collection, but
whether destroyed bj Theophilus ot
1'heodoslus Is uot known. It looks as
If the charge brought against the Arabs
rested on no foundation. Explorations
of Alexandria In 1895-06 show notracea
of the serapetim. The seaport of Egypt
was built ou n damp foundation, and
granting that there was a library, If
not destroped by flre, then tbe papyri
might hnve suffered from decay due to
water. Books of today taken to India,
to tbe southern states and to tbe West
Indies perish tnrough mildew.
Anvnnr. "ending- a pltetc. r.nd rinqerlntl-in mnv
4u!c.iy 11. ertain cir opinion free vrbo_ier an
Invention lr probahly* paL.miiMe. Co_imnnloa.
tiimsurictl.iro,.niiil,.vial. HA"0B_K onl'nteuts
Sent free, tililest Sffone? fur v ,11;;-. patent:4.
I'nt..;.t6 taken ttiruu.h Mui.n _ Co. receive
tiiecal notits, without charge, lu tlio
New  Westminster   Land   District,
trict of New Westminster.
D.s-
ica'].   Il'v"-.
f ting danis.^niio tt
Wd of ��titer  in    any    eVy-i..-
i" water   or extending thevatva
ihe  waters  of  any
���W. pond or   lake Into  any   otner
���>t channels, laying or erect-
ply Iln,, or flume, pi]>e or  wire
Inictmg any  raceways, reservoir,
Boci welr, wheel,    building,    or
r*c.ion or work which may be
FH In connection  with  the im-
Dlstrict  of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that O. 13. Anderson, or
Vancouver,  B. C, occupation, jeweler.
���itends   to  apply    for    permission to
viirchase    the    following      described
a"ds: . ,    ,   . .       !    Take notic. that Wilfrid Dougali of
Commencing at a post planted in a ]
mall hay on north shore of Berry is-
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
'Scientific flracr lean.
A handscmely tllttffCrated weekly. Largest circulation 'if any scientific journal, Tertai (oi
Cauafla, *_.78 a yeart puBtage pr_pnii__   tsold by
Slc^^'^'NGwYork
Braiicl. oacaTSD. F Bt- Washii.~S.iii. Ij. C."
Robluaon  Craao*.
The second volume of "Robinson
Crusoe," by Daniel l>e Foe, published oa
Aug. 20, 1719, was tbe first story published In England with illustrations.
The Illustrations consisted of a map
of tbe world, iu whlcb the different
royages of the hero o. the tale were
delineated. The first volume of "Robinson Crusoe" was published ln April
1719, and became popular at once. A
second edition was printed seventeen
iays after the flrst, twenty-five days
later another followed, ami a fourth
was published on Aug. 8 of the sam��
year. On Aug. L'O the second volume
was Issued under the title of "Tbf
Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe; being tbe second and last part of
hla life and of the strange, surprising
account of his travels rouud three
parts of tbe globe. Written by himself. To which Is added a map of the
wovld, ln which Is delineated the Toy
age of Robinson Crusoe."
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
|:__..__.*_
land,   dated   June  4th.   1909.       Apply-
ng  for  the   whole  Island,   containing
100 acres more or less
OLE BENJAMIN ANDER80N,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June 4th, 1H09.
District  of  Coast  Range One.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
ment and use of the said water Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, lady,
later power  or by  altering,  re- Intends to apply for permission to pur.
8. extending   Improving,   repair-^hase the  following  described  lands:
'Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    Intends to apply  for permission to purchase  the following described  lands: i
I    Commencing  at   a   post   planted   nt
I Northeast  corner of lot  14C9.  thence
south 20 chains, thence cast 40 chains,'
thence nortii  to coast,  thence follow-I
jlng tbe coast line    to point of  com-j
i mencement.
WILFRID DO-GALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent
Dated July 21st, 1909.
Our New Clubbing Offer
__________________ai___fc.___i i
(or maintaining anv such works
Jy pan  thereof.
WH'VER   POWER   CO'Y     LTD.
taturr-i   F    II.  W.   Hope, '  A.  E.
P'fk, Directors.
J- V Armstrong, Secretary.
P. 0. Address, Vancouver.  BO.
ILtd(,th'' Vancouver Power Co'jr..
Commencing  at  a  post   planted  on
the north shore of KlaoBsls Island, a
small   island  south  of  Turner  lsiand. [
Dated  June 6th.   1909.    Applying  for |
the whole island,    40 acres  more or'
. ess.
DORA  ANDERSON.
Pea- S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
ti
L'ND   REGISTRY   ACT.
  District of Coast  Range One.
a bo,i.   ,,, , ,, Take   notice   that   John    Olsen,  of
I|iu,"e tbat an application baa Vanoourer, B. C, occupation, farmer.
hoowi res18��f Annie  Ryder ,,ntend8   to   apI)jy   for   permission   to
,    ; ;���'  l.e siniple,  undo,-  a pnrchase    th      following      tlescrlbed
"  ��    I rrom Sidney A. Fletcher  jatl(1_.
,V,",,vl,;   _enln!^_te.the l8t5     Commencing at  a  post  p'anted  in
luliir V. ,V ~f m6 �� ���� "����_ bay at  northwest    corner of    Davies
iW and        ,;'!" '"'T'  ��r tTacl Island.     Dated   June   6th. 1909.    Ap-
iUi|i  premises siiuato
b"'"K     in    lh
tmlnster
Columbia
'n and
|I,.v V
ie  d.strict  of     New
."i the province of Brit-
������� ,   , '"ore     particularly
|_naiid described as Lot 23, Block
16 an,] 17, Block 4;  Lots
"' and   17, Block 6;  Lots  4,
l�� �� Blo0ckBl��oCk 9; ^ '' ����� 9
m 14
_ck 16;
'yJPJ Iplying for Ihe whole Island, contaln-
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12. township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certi.
ficate of title number 1757a, issued in I
the name of William Oleson, has been |
filed in  this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles,
l.ind   Registry   Offlce,     New   West-
nlnster, B. C, August 2, 1909.
ing 200 acres
more or less.
^^^^^^^    JOHN OLSEN,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
HI
Lots 1, 8, 9, 16
1'Ots 4, 5, 12, 13 and
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that  Ralph  Jacobson,
Lot. i   s �����','," .V of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, far-
x>ts    1   a   o   \.    aiVd  ..'Inier, intends to  apply  for permission
'��� �����   .    16_and IJ. jto  purchase  the  following  described
lands:
Commencing at a post  planted on
the southeast shore in a small bay on
Compton   island.     Dated   June   4th,
1909.     Applying for the whole island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
11, 12, 13, 14
subdivision of Lot
1 x I/'",*'1' r"' and 20- Block 17,
|BI -lNi     , aml 17- "l0(-'k 181 Lot
16. Hlock "R
I- 32��BWb , Lots 24' 25- 2fi. 27. 81
Block l; u,,, 2.3,4,5, 6, 7,
_ek4-L1i'B1i',16'18
V' Gr(,U|l   l.   '
tiroup l
2(1,
9
Pt _2
|Yo���
A 20  _i"���T_ l:,;  ljn,a 4- 5- !2
subdivision   of   Ix>t
L't   7,   Block   4   of
"er yo   ^ 0 aiming through or
Hntere t       ,   '  I)ersons  claiming
. a"!- Hiir,.,!1 ,       silil1 lanil by virtue
I1 i'-r��  . ���;'    'V'1   Instrument, und
te eaid l',,,  !,'"",u; any  Interest.  In
,not regK .,-.' Il0^''nt, whose title
I th, ���.,.;' ���';' ""der the provisions
Pre. ,���'     , Reiftr.   Act." aro re.
> ��ate r; ''       W0Mly   d&ys from
���""s upon �� { Pub��oatIon of tins
' " J,,u. and In default of a
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island
Dated, June 4th, 11109 Applying for
the whole Island, containing 80
more or less.
JACOB JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  KORD   Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
New Wellington and
Banff Anthracite.
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers a Preston
Office, Front 8t, Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
iicres
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Msnufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Offica- ElflHth St
The Westminster Weekly News $1.00
The Standard of Empire (weekly)  2.00
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STANDARD OF EMPIRE, for
one year THE WEEKLY NEWS
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tas gard< d at
And
erson
We are selling out
our line of Crockery and Glassware
at a big reduction.
We can afford to
do this, as we can
buy far cheaper
because of buying
larger quantities.
If you want to replace any of your
broken Crockery or
even a new lot,
buy now.
Always remember that you can
save money while
dealing with
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop
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COLUMBIA  STREET.
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   wrile   holidaying   use
Muir's WitcbazeJ tarn
We a's.   havj al:  lends of com-     I
plexion   crea-ns  and  skin   foods     j
at i
'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Our school was organized for thi
purc.se of preparing young men and
women for business careers and to
su&ply   business   men   with   competent
office   help.
NIGHT SCHOOL
Pirsonal instruction is given to
every student in our night school. We
conduct school on Monday. Wea-.s
flay and Friday evenings, beginning
���- a year Wednesday evening, Sep-
*.en-b;r 15th., for the purpose of offering opportunities of study to young
mtn and women er- ployed during the
day. It admits on an equality both
sexes, boys and girls, men and mo-
men... Students may enter our class.
;es at any tim> and tai'e such sub
jects as they may  select.
No   one   should   hesitate   to  enter
our evening school.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
61 O Columbia Street
TRADE
0*ner will trad; for good farm and
improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue.
Ne/,-     Westminster Splendid   view.
Monthly rental $25.    Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3. INNS
.OF  COURT   BLOCK. VANCOUVER.
What Grade of Watch
Do you> .qui. .'.' Something high-class
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
wratch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.Of to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
tch line, we can suit you-and guarantee them, too.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Rev.   _> - . .      :   of     (St
\      -. - ��.v  Ms w.f-.
. .:.:..     ��� 11   -   :or
���   I ���
Dor.'-. '.-... to take In     e St. Pet
Icnl y- w�� o    I-id__  on
i ._-_,t.   1.     Ticket,   i
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W. C.  .!���_����� :������.'���' a
nor.      -;.-: M
I.-'. ���   ' I E bnv'
' - .      :.-.���:-���"
rs. Valie.
I| j-oo  a.-?  looking   for a  bom    in
for a 1       on i
-.  ���   Si
f B. C    Begbie al
good proi for sail
on i -  ��� ���
Tbe Ka-anga, with lumber fo,- -���- ���-
.on
ud will .1   C
Smith     iir  cbief    engin.trr.
iver  en   route  for  _ -
���.and. and 1-a.  ;fce_ suc-
'    Glib -. .-     v ���  ;   -���
last Pri
t Ot went   .  .
..
The   Edison   th      ���   ..-     ittim
I '  ���
��� -.. the numbers appea Ii .  -       - ���
���    audience   In   tin
or ti
in   mor      ban bun    ��� .-     :.
���    itorj   Ot tbe road agen:.  an. ���'���'���-
:-    interesting.      Th,.-    :..  -.   ������.
. . . ��� ��� -  b .   also |     :
Uioj'   for   ;;���   i on Wed
lay, Sept. 1. Part round trip Jl."1..
lepot at ocK
..   di edge   !-'r -:iii".   rel lined
to port on Saturday from Ch mal   .
.��� ..as ;^en engaged in Cl
Ing '.;. channel to th. �� - -
work was r-;nder>-d ini^os.-i'o.e a: in ���
Sand:, ad. .. r- asou of the I lng
pen li ..- i ��� ������ dn dge ��ii load coal
and soppII-_ a.-.: resume work at the
river mouth tbia morning.
Bu;. orchard  lands  ���������..      the.
:heap a:.;  become Independent.
���-.. tha Offlc iii ag<::.     v   , . ���   tei .
11    .,"..- di Co., Ltd. .-���'
.. tel  you about i ......   ding
���.    Ap le in i.       . ne*   i      isite and
:   ill   llgtrlci        mg th,    Ine oi
������������.  C. EUectrlc Chilllwa . od  V.
���"  .-. )���: i :��� .    . -..-   o Sum     Ra I   i
n - xc:l.s in the I
; nil fruits.   Come at onci   ���-1 . .-
��� lands are selling vv       .   . let u-
v ;.ou tbia   ���-   loi        ���   ���  ���      n
^'h can   sell    Ove,  ten,    fifteen ani
entj     ���.  " ���- - vi easy Wrms.     r
J.  Hart  _  Co.,  Ltd
Worn was commenced on Saturday
..- . on ti ������'. ���:.  ��� f ttv coca -eting   portion   of   the   Eburne   electric
lin��r  between  Twelfth and Fourteenth
str��-.tn.    Th.- line branch's from that
already built  i-.uth of  ihe car  ...
and crossing the south  end  ol   Thirteenth street runs parallv to tb
P.  It.  yard   tracks  until  I-.  connects
with  the already construi t d  line di-
,reci   to   Eburne.     The   po.-.   are  all
:   i. the Dew line, and the Btrlng.
ing of the wire is proceeding from the
��� end of the branch    The work is
expected to be finished and th- line
ready for operation  by the middle of
September,  according  to   the    statement of an official of the B. C. Elec-
."    4. .  '-.   B   - ' ....      i'i  f.
Starting   - August   21.    .,
B. C. Electrh city an,] Sapperton i
will male, . :.. -\ ra trip for th ��� accommodation of the New Westminster ������ ii-nding the horse i ���
at Minoru park, Lulu island. Th ���
last Sapperton car will leave tbe of-
'iv at 11:30 p.m.. and the city car at
11:20 p.m. *���
.1.   A    Hirrnliit-liarn    western   secretary   of  the  Brotherhood   of    Bt, An-
iv. a working organization ul tne
Church of Eng ind, arrive i In tb
city on Saturday evening, and yesterday addressed congregations at St.
Barnabas In ibe; morning, and at
Holy Trinity cathedral in the ' ,-enlng
������ In on the responsibilities or
the members of the church   i iv th ii
. ������ to do their share ��' the work of
the work. He al-,, blieflj, g;<v>- ,,,
inter sting account of tb. work of the
r cent convention of th,. brotherhood
In 'I oronto a v- e Ing for boys
Interested In the work of the church
will   lie  held   'l.i.-   evii.iv     in     :-��� .
o'clock in the St. Barnabas bail   and
for rn'n at eight o'clock, to which a
are  Invited.
CRE  CLOSES  :  ? "���'    ~ *  ~y   EXCEPT  SATURDAY.
Oa//
���i
NOTICE.
Impounded on August 21 st, a dark
red Jersey   cow.      Unless  .-deemed
��� September -. will be sold to defray
.expenses at 111 a.m.
Don't Forget the Place-
Chamberlin & Co.
.'SHOE STORE
Lavery Block,      Columbia St.
Edison Theatre!
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Weo-
negday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. m.
Snaps in Lots j
, ���_,_  L.��J=8, B2-BbE  CORNER-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH  ST, CAR
LINE; $225;  TERMS.
_._?..J��T.   t��_    TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE-66x145  FEET;
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
2 LOTS,  NEAR MOODY PARK;  $600;   TERMS.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
f F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
....on* >�����������*�������������������������������������������������������������������������������<
�����������
Last Two Days of the
ve On!
MoveO
Prices
All lines of Merchandise will get a quicker, brisker,
swifter Move On. We said Move On to a lot of
Oddments and Endments, emphasized our words
with a  radical  price-cutting-,   and   they   moved!
Curtain Sale
Continues
1   ���;.   and  take ad vani
remarkable  offerings���many Un,
hall    rice
Move On!
TAPESTRY   TABLE
COVERS
In     handsome    floral    di
' ���     -    ��� *,< yai 1'
���   and  red.      Reguia
.-.'.���  on price
$2.7
triages,
j  jol doings,
L^ie_')tes, fore1''111
, . ., ureal r   , Iaw
Kmbrold' rj I l;lC1
collars   tame  ��� -,,,,j  Sw -- '���
Willi     Vai     i.kJ  J ���),-:-
sleeves),  new    tailored   styles    with
linen collars;  ts 12. Reguia
v tl v-   up  t.  J3.50.      To
$1.50
Ladies   Cambric
Petticoats
Fm.. white cambric Pettlooai
- with
!.' m titchi ,1 and ' mbroidi red fl
ounce.
Regular   value.,   from   $1.26   to
$J 00.
.Mov���r n jirlos
95c
Cotton Hose
Twenty  dozen   only,     brown.
black
and white lace and plain Cotton
Hose,
Sizes from 6 1-2 to 9 1-2 inches-
Regu-
lar   2._   to  3.1c.
15c
Und
ervests
Nothing like    having
supply  of Undervests.
iln- seldom appear.
.i    ;
Prj ik-
Ladies'   Whit-
regular 15.
Gotten   Und   fests,
10c
Move On!
ORDERS  FOR COTTON UNDER
WEAR,   LADIES'  COTTON     UNDER
VESTS
Tin-re is a big crowd of th       :
lisle   undervests,     so    they   l|;n   Jl
move.      There are  plain  lisle       '_
others with lace trimmed sleeves ��
yokes,    Regular 35c.    Move on
price, each.
sale
25c
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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