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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
W"w  WESTMINSTER.  B. C,
LIFE
ASSURAN
WHITE, SHILIu   & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Eton* 85.
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Slllt PROGRESSING
STIFF TERM FOR
SULINli FIREWATER
EYV  WESTMINSTER,  It.  C,  SATURDAY  MORNING   AUGUST 28, 1909.
FIVE feCNTS PER COPY.
Magistrate   Corbould   Imposjs   Fine  of
i Fader Impressed     *2C0 or Thre= Months on Man
With the Development in
Northern Alberta.
Who  Gave   it  to   Indians.
PiP_ CONTRACT
HALIBUT STEAMEH
HAD ROUGH THIP
YZ-l
FER TO
COM AS EINAL
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Three    months   in  jail,  is  the
lence   to   be   served   by   ,Jol,_i   Mi Do .
niu,   bartender  at   the    Cosmopolitan
,,.,,���   and    Mrs.   l. .1. .aner (,otel t-()l. having supplied two I
. ,,    iniiii  Edmonton,   with  |j,luor,
u���__    r.���   ���  ahnrt       Magistrate   Corbould,  after   I
the evidence <��'    the  Indian a
white man  who was dr-uklng In the
i ar ni  ��� be Bame time, comm nted on
uie growing freedom with  whlcb the
liquor law us applied to Indian,   waa
.being   violated,    and    announced  his
. Intuition  oi   dealing heavily   wii i  future offendi rs.     It boi mi d   bi   said,
' thai  Indians could gel  al, tbe   ������ |uor
they  wm,;ed  while in  the city.     He
:
I , I;,   wi,,,   the
r   , j,, ;;.,   northwi Bt,
i   return  from
. CCeptional enthusiasm,
.       , iough    Ugni  ai  the
���   . tlm, become mucn easier
Ii   a    soon a- the far-
' , their crops.
1 men  who have prom-
,,,   Mr    Fader   ...   the
grajn elevator at   this pori
Prospect.
ih    grain
C. McDonald Receives Order to Supply Steel Pipe From
Coquitlam Lake to Queen's Park For $218,527 ���
Will Move Plant Here    Position of
Other Contract.
The
i epti .I
cil   last    evening ac-  section from Queen's park to the city
tender    of  $218,527   for  the  boundary on  Lulu island.      Their fig-
Fishermen   Forced   to   Use   Humpback
Salmon as Bait in Absence of
Herring.
Th,
rived
overdui
Power Company Offers $10,-
000 and Other Privileges
For City's Assent.
'���'I*k,s
steel  pipe needed  between Coquitlam  ur6.waB. *^;242' .   .  ...
lake    and    Queen',   park    reservoir,  ,   ' ';'���< dfcUlon wa8 reached  after a
-......,  .    .     '    ���.,,.,       ,,:.,    r      ,h_  lengthy   letter  from   llennou   A:   Bur-
il.tiOU    [eel     ul     riveted      pipe,    IO!     tne ���.   ..    ���       uu_|iuwi      ...iiii.u   ��_.      uie   "���""���    in.   u.   _.   i-_   ,\.  a.icnueu, it 111  v.iu  UlUl
new 24-Inch main, letting the contract   ' ' ���' .'"'"  u ''' ,  -,,   ',,.    available and  these were caught and  company would like an immediate an
to the lowest tenderer, j. C McDon- Lm^d!? ?_____!__epl2_M*..!!!L  *._  *   |used-  The  halibut   we,,. comparaUve   swer, yesor no.
halibut  sti amer  Flamingo sr.
ii    pori    yesterday    four days
 , and was a welcome sight to
the fish deali ra of the city, who hav
I een  shorl  ol  baJlbui  since Monday.
The    Flamingo      brought    12U,v)uu
pounds of li.-h, bui  fishing operations
were delayed bj  stormy weather and
.liliieully   in  oblaljiling   bail.       ^^^^^^^^^^^^
days rough weather was experienced, was  read
and in the absence of hen inn. it  was evening.
necessar,   to  use  other  bait. 1)   ..  McQuarrie,  local  manag r of
salmon were   the most the B C. E. It. attended, a   i     Id that
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One of the most  Important  letters
which have passed between the Vancouver rower Company and the New
Westminster  city   council   In  connec-
__.   _  _  tion wiih the negotlat cos tor thecon-
I'nr four' structlon of the Coquitlam lake dam,
^^ to     the  dty    council   laat
'���'���^t'Y     \
t,I'lhI<\
,'Y,;'''! '
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lii
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Humpback
.
F
aid, o
tbey
imposed a line of $200 and costs, but  thai  '"'  ::'"'"! his business here   and
the prisoner  chose  the  jail  term. PM a.   "   bond   ���   ���   IB0,    conditions
A number ol Indians who had i.��- ti; which we.-e accepted by Mr. McDcn-
I Forks, on the condition  "f"l'r.   '"'f'rml    ,"', a Y"'   '���"'[
ciihusiaSLJc as       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the   western    shipment of I sampling  the  firewater  of  tbe
Wll ,,.  aid, wbo wns presenl  with liis solicl-
_" but cannot put money out foi
n oi   a plain  tiii   the
I ... iei n   sold   in   the   grain
���i,,    world,     when   t.i.    ti
(Kjitl conditions will become less
Igcot than at preBent In two
,",. t|mi tbi j expect to be in a
��tion io so rlSht  &he&i  wi!"   ""'
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w . has a ranch near the Alii ..     ital and   spent   some   time
ere duck shooting.      In   Edmonton
man paid for their drinks rather tor, Geo. E. Cowan, K. C., M. P. In
dearly, being assessed five dollars addition to mi e, of the council
each, with  ihe exception ol  one wholtbere  were    present   H.   _.   Burweil
mark'il thej were below the estimate
for that pan of the work made by
the engineers. Having mentioned
the objections to wooden slave pipe.
tbey continue.I:
Finished  Survey.
"We  might  mention  that  We hav
ly   small,  but  are   rather
.etter  from      Aid.   Smith   declared   be   could   not
the standpoint of the market  ii this   vote for the dam, he w*. n u  satisfied that it could lie made absolutely
,  (
r     ;.. ct,  being easier  lo  pack   for ship
ment to the east,
. Yh-:
DECLARES  OPEN   SEASON.
Bj
tion of one wm, tner,   were    presen    mm.   uu w - y^~       a imd   ,,.vt,ls  ur
was carrying a little of the juice a^ong 9on1?ultln8    ;�������'""���.��������� . ^Yl I'll   the  pipe  Hue  from  the intake  to  a
win,   bim,   his   rashn ,-   costing  bim McQuarrie   City   Engineer_Blackma��
_��_. :,.,. and  Superintendent   oi    Waterworks
an extra fit). '
James   Saul     was     called   upon   to ht<nt
state why he had wandered from the The  Smaller  Contract.
paths of sobriety, but James wa.s still      There  was a lengthy discus 	
under the weather and unable to give to whether the tender for the whole  i-  _n  the   most   suitable  places,  and
in   intelligent   reply.       Six   days   ad- work  12 and  .1  inch pipe should not  that  every  part   of
journmeni     therefore    was    allowed, have been  let  to one contractor,  but hydraulic grade line from the intake   WU{.k (,|strjct
found considerable municipal  pro-   tnat be might  recover from bis jag. ultimately the council decided to offer  to  Queen's    park    reservoir.''      "We'
.'. '-..      building  going  on.    The ������. ���  '������       *���-    -..���     _   -.    ,.,   __.
Icwilion poople  are  Using  lhe  -ame SASH   AND   DOOR   FACTORY
the pipe line from the intake to a
point near Queen, park reservoir.
We have endeavored, if possible, to
Improve the old pipe line locatio.i,
but find that with ihe exception of a
as   few slight deviations, the old location
secure.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Aid.  Johnston  objected   to   vote  so
quickly on such    an    Imports u  subject,  and   the  matter   was   laid  over
in tin Monday for further consideration.
It.  II. Sperling, genera] manager of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        in   lh,-   Vancouv.���,-    I'ower   Co.,   wrv,     H
tl,,. current Issue of the B. C, Gazette follows:      "Referring to the meeting
and dated August 24, the season for between Assistant Manager Glover of
] hi asant  shooting    in    Ku.u   munici- this    company    and    your  bonora le
paliiy  this year ls set  from October body on Apr 1 6 last, 1 beg to make
n'
'      -      ���'-���'      ' .
Veto   on     Shooting   of     Pheasants
Kent   Municipality   Removed
order In council    appearing
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1.   to December 31.        Alteration  is
.    , - .   . .      also  made in   the  regulations  govern-
it   is   below   tne   j__  ^   s|lo()tlnK of gr0UBe ln  Clulli-
is
II... i-M liglnsig as planned . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I.    . Btreet,   a   standard   be-   Another     Woodworking     Industry
fee,   the  double   ear   tracks.       Thi Seeking  Location.
Vlnclal exhibition  has  don.-   much      There is good prospect of the 'oca-
advertise Westminster In Noil..em   ,;,,,, y another sash and door factory
the    Robertson Godson    Company of  would advise" that  everything   lv  ini,   "! ,,.;'il, !hu ord"'  ln -ou-lci|  rt'alls
Vancouver,  who bad  tendered  low. st,   readiness   to   make   an  earlv   Stan   In  ',S...,?,   .W.bu' ,, , 	
for the 12-lnch Pipe, thai share of ths ,���. aprfng, so that the whole work ��� ^ Z 3rd Z��of��l1Sui. Too'
contract, and return the cheques of'will' be finished as early as possible <��� '.l'''^ '> ' ��� ���'<} ^a f Augu. , IJ J.
the other    lenderert       This    la tHe next year.' ,wh.<-h provides for removing the dls-
lliL. following offer, viz., that In the
evi in of your approving om- proposals and consenting to our obtaining
lrom ihe Dominion Government suctt
lands around Lake Coquitlam as will
be required for our works, includ.ng
the area to be Hooded, my company
will:
"I.    Place a  four-foot pipe  through
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lOOERN   HOUSEWIVES
ARE   LUCRETIA   BORGIAS
IDenvei   Col      Aug.     27.���"Modern
��� rltabl,   Lucretla Borglas,'
on the North Arm of thi Fraser, or
on iln- mainland beyond the Brunette
Sawmill.. Inquiries for a si:,- are
being made by a manufacture] anxious to establish a plant In the West
minster district.
��� There is still some land with North
ilared Ur. Harvey  W.  Wiley,  head   ,\.m frontage on  Lulu island, bul in
the United  States Chemistry  bur,  private   hands,    Ui.  city  having dis-
.. o     bere to attend the nation- posed of all the public holdings hav-
convention of pure food and dairy   )ng access to  the  waterfront.
today.    "The    modern i 	
hi   Bald, "hands out  po.son j New   Blackmail   Scheme.
������X   from the boiler and      Toronto.  Cut.,  Aug. 27-���Albert  Da-
iklllet, .._, 1  the  'ittle  tins Of din-   vjs   a young man. a hack driver, tried
uys when  breathlessly rusn-   a n,.w f.,rm of blackmail. He visited a
after  bridge  games  at   tne   respectal le   widow   scrub   woman  and
lub. told ber be was a detective and that
111   the duty of svery housewife J unless   she   paid   bim   $".0   he   would
Inl       herself on th.   laws <u by-jhave   her   arrested   for   maintains   a
iv  average ice box Is a ver.   house  of   ill fame.    She   promised  to
v .   trnel  house   which   not   only  meet   him  tonight   with   $25,   bui   in-
��� ul  spr.ads it   Too many I formed thv police. Davis was arrested.
allow  disorder and un-,	
lean!...- - ��� . prevail  In  th lr kltchi n
ti. ���-��� through Ignorance or In-
Ifferenc,
l    rather    pick oul    a
feel       ii sonata, read an  lbs 1.1  play
v .   . bridge rule than trace
; to  Its   lair   and   eradlca e '
Bt in h.  lnteresi of famllj Bafety."
she
home
WATER PLENTIFUL
DURING SUMMER
No Curtailment of Irrigation Privileges-Pipe Line
Road Improvement.
STEAMER OHIO
abilities a. to the shooting of grouse the (lam for New Westminster's watee
In   the  Chilliwack    electoral    district supply.
hei ween  the loth day of October and       "2.     Carry   the  city's  iniak
Ithe  Hist   day of  December,   1909,   i"- deep  water in  the  lake,
elusive, be, and Is hereby  resctided; a
Y't\:'\. I- I
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and
 H
_  sec<��id intake  at   tbe  da
during low water if required
"4.    Give  the  ciiy   sauna,-
��� up u>
provide*
for use
Aft
'.������' ��� '! ���''
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',     ..     '!i:n I;    <"
'   HIS'
IC    TAT HI     I ACC         II is fuf'ber ordvred that the dis- "4.    Give  the  ciiy  sanitary  control                                                  Y'   ""'' ,��� ���
IS   IlllAI    II|\\ abilities us  to the shooting of cock of all the company's property at the                           '. '       _i ���';   -     ' ;     ���
IJ    IViriL   LVUU pheasants .shall be,  and  are  hereby, dam aud tunnel.                                                                             �����',-..,   '�� ,,   .
                          removed  with  respect  to  Kent   muni- "3,    Sla^h  and   burn or remove all *    ..        .      ���   ���'.    ' , : eV
cipality from the 15th day of Octob. r, stun,ling timber in  lands to  bo flood-                               :fp .'    ''���', '  '    ���    ���    '
nOnCl     ,t4    ,V.o    1",Vi       H.iv    ,,t"   Vnw.niher ...l   L.,,,,tl.   ,.P   tl,n   mnnat   ...   ^nnnim..Tir1.                                                                             '���..*,  I"-.     ,,
pheasants   shall  be,   aud   are   hereby
removed  with  respect  to  Kent   muni
cipality from the lath day of Octob. r,
i--       T . Tlr        T      .  Tln       !l9ofl, to the 15th   dav of November
Five Lives Were Lost When 1909! both days inclusive.'
She Struck Rock Off Alas-,month to rebuild
kan Coast.
FOUND HER FATHER
IN HIS COFFIN
dam and tunnel. ^^^^^^^^^^^^
'3.    SlaWi  and   burn Or  remove all
standing timber in lands to lio flood
id south of the tunnel as recommended by Mr. Chipman.
"5. Guarantee    the    purity  of    tho
^^^^^^^^__\ city's, water supplv and the safety of
WIRELESS   STATION   the  dam.
  "6.    Pay the fees of th.  engineer
,    Glace   Bay.   N S .   Aug.   _?.���It   will  employed by the city to report on the
'take a month to replace the delicate proposed undertaking.
(apparatus which was destroyed in tne      -7.    pay the out-of-pocket expenses
burning of the Marconi wireless tele-   of   the  city  in    connection     witn   the
"aides, Igraijj)   station   and   during   that   time hearing of the company, application.
there will be no messages,   Th.. man-      "g,    (jive the city a gran., o.  ?10,-
ager cannot approximate the value of  000 to Improve the pipe line and en
the property destroyed. The buildings ^^^^^^^���
won-  demoralized.    Tlie origin of the
fire Is a mystery so far.
, f
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FUNERAL   ON   RESERVE.
(Chehalis  Jeannie   Will   Be   Buried   By
He   Own  People.
J Chief Johnnie Loni, of the Ch. hull- Indiana was in the city yesterday
pakn. arrangementa   fur   the   trans
Woman     Accidentally   Finds     Parent
Whom  She  Had  Lost for Many
Years.
Pasadma, '.'al., Aug. -JT.���A remark-
'���< arrangementa   for   the   Iran. 1    -��� ��� .,,.,,..1
Mlpmiw  ol  ;   Indian,  to  the  bop  able scene was enacted at the tunerai
helds ^^    " T"   J --'-'��� *������'������"'"""���
The  absence  of  drought   this   sum- i    Seattle,     Aug.     27.���'l'he     steame
mer coupled  with  the opening of the'oiiio,   which   left   Seattl,-   foi
Qiie-is   park   reservoir last   yea.   has "Alaska,  on   August   24   with   1.5   pas-
had  a most satisfactory effect  on  tbe!sengera   stnick 11 rock off Steep Point,
city  wate,- supply, and so tar it  baslAlaska, at 1 o'clock this morning, and
not   been   necessary  to  issue  any   re- sank with the loss of five lives.
strictions  against  irrigation. Five  Lives  Lost.
Superintendent of Waterworks j T|le dead are the Ohio's wireless
Stott says the reservoirs have been operator. George C. Bccles; Purser F.
actually overflowing, which is a bet- J- Stevens of Seattle, and three paster  state  of  affairs    than  anv  other seng��rs.
city iu British Columbia can show. Stevens and l.ccle.i went down sav-
lle i_ anxiously waiting for a Bta_t|ll_ the Uvea of passengers instead of
to be made on the new extensions.      talking to their own safety.
Hermon  Ai  Burweil, the consulting'    The steamer.   Humboldt of Beattle,
engineers,   have not   yet   made   a   re- ancl Rupert  City of Vancouver, which ' Hopes  of Vancouver  Exhibition  Asso
port  10  tiie council on th.  alignment ' were   In   the   neighborhood,   took   off!
to be followed for the uew pipe lme,  the Ohio's surviving passengers.  The
and doubtless should they recommend  Rupert City will reach Vancouver late
anv   diversions   to   avoid   Cape   Hontt tomorrow night
and   Table   Bluff  the   matter   will   be.    News of the disaster was  received
laud  has  be>u  from the agent at Ketchikan, who is
WILL NOT GET GRANT
FOR DOMINION FAIR
ciation Are Disappointed���For
Present at Any  Rate.
able it to banettt by th. additional
head which the new dam would provide.
"II. Improve the pipe line road
from Westminster Junction to Coquitlam dam.
"10. lnstal a telephone line from
Westminster Junction to the dam for
lh ��� use of the waterworks department.
"I beg to request that you will
hold a meeting to discuss this matter and let niy company have an immediate answer signifying your consent or otherwise."
kept  secret   till      he    ��u_  u��   ^        communication   with   the   wireless .  .
.        around Agasaiz and Chilliwack, ; here yesterday of  Frederick  Fackner,  purchased   to   '^V   ic^\f ^ operators  on   the   Humboldt   and the ^J^
l��Yv tl   ,   ,,���  n���d a month,  *. n,  ���_ ,,,, ���U1 ot the civil war. when Mrs. Nj^P   ��r ^^SlSt Se  Rupert City ^  f���'">
\             '  la exceptionally good this Plorenoe Grange appeared at the un- Load t0 Coqll.tUuu lake must be im
He will ,ak, - --.. - -T-. I dertaking parlors where the services
ENGLISH    INSURANCE
WITHDRAWS FROM JAMACIA.
up the body of "Joan. I    re betngl hela and asked to be per-
Hi.-  ..;       H   ,    ' ".,  "   .      fu_   were  being mmi  anil  asneu  .0  ,������ .-���     ,���  th    stve    plpa  required  COr  me  n-| ���   "
.,,    Y '",l1   "ere    earH"  V ,ht   initted  to view the body just aa the tooi  muil    but    for    tho Vancouver Is Total Loss.
il""""l!1    .;l;   m..-l''"����; lld 0f the coffin was   about    to    be: company to freight in material I    The Ohio belonged to the Alaska
'   Y   " 1";,''S",1,a:tlA,ff!.'Placed   upon  it. , 'For  the   construction   of  the dam,  al-  Steamship  Company, and  was  valued
lay.       Ihe  chle.   cannot,' ,_ f.uh,.,.: ��� sh . explained ,    ,    st.1[c,d  tlu,v   bav9  a ban- a. $300,000.     She Is a total loss. She
ihe age of the old lady, but I        ... _..,.,, Bno_ .,,��� tealure_ of tne   ,������.;, ,,  . ,���,,:i���s;,, m ,,,nst,iict. a new  was built at Philadelphia as long ago
���claims  ii,, ;,,  |a  ___0th.i
Uiv livin
tricl
^^^^^^^^^ old I   tha 1
In   the   Harrison   river   d.s
STEAMI
h'S SAFt
BY THE CRtW
[ $25.0CO Stolen  From  Strongbox of  SS
t. D.nis���All   Recovered  but
.2500���Thieves  in  Jail.
as she gazed iiiRui the features
dead man.
The woman then told of having read
of the accidental death of Fackner
and of having come to Investigate In
the belief that ihe man might be her
father, whom she had noi seen for
thirty years. With her husband, Mrs.
Grange lives In Brooklyn, NY. Two
iWeeka ago she came to California and
bas beiii staying ln Los Angeles, A
woman wh - bad I een a housekeeper
tor Fackner had claimed his estate,
amounting to about ,1,00U, but the
daughter will now lay claim to it.
Vancouver is not to get the coveted ,^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^_______________
fair  for   1910,  as  that  city ,    Klnstcn,   Jamacia,   Aug.   27.���As   a
upen i_iiy. .so  fondly  hoped,  bai   li   may  be  fa- measure   of   reprisal   following   their
The wireless operator who lost his  VOred   with   a  look     at   that   $50,000  defeat   in   extensive    litigation     after
"".  '.,','  Tlu-   to  __t,li_e  was  George C.   Eccles,   formerly  Brant somewhere in the neighborhood  the   Kingston   eathquake   and   fire  in
>   toi   the Cltj   to  get o{\vinnj * of 1913. January.   1907,   eight   English   Insur-
ie required for uie -�����- _    _ ^_  _   _ So t)l. deputatlqa w-as assured that  aeiee companies have withdrawn from
approached Hon. Sydney Fisher, min- the business in Jamacia. Other coai-
lster of agriculture when he visited panics pending withdrawal have tn-
Vancouver yesterday. The minister creased their premium rates by 100
Informed the delegation that the 1910'per cent. As this is prohi.itive and
fair would go to New Brunswick and as there are only two companies la
the toilowing year would see the big j Jamaica, and cai.' Canadla 1 in the
attraction go to the province of Bas-|field, an  effort  is  being  mad,,  to In-
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,doiie,l the proposal to construct anew was built at Philadelphia as long ago
toad and will let a contract to freight as 1S7II. She was 34.N ton--, gross,
in material at so much a ton from and 2072 tons net, and was 34:1 feet
Westminster  Junction. 'long.       Her   beam   was   411  feet,   and
  she drew 21 fiet.      The Ohio carried
1 a crew of 82.
REGISTER   LETTERS
BY    SLOT   MACHINE
duce   American   insurance   companies
to  open agencies  here.
Paris,  Aug.  27.���The    French    government  has just  Introduced  tor U:e
an Ingenious automatic device tor re
gisieiing Pliers.   The letter
ped
EOUCATOR  DECLARES
BIBLE  NOT  ORIGINAL
Chicago, Aug. 27.���The Bible is not
���.���,.,_.     ,,������   ���   Is'divp- 'original   with   its  supposed  Compilers,   FINGER PRINTS
Into  a   box  and  in   nickel   piece,  jwcordlng to opinions expressed Tm
katchewan, then this province would
be in line again
John Oliver.  M,  1'.   P., looked upon
this arrangement as ral her I advan-.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
_^rtoTa&^^^^
arrangements  end  make    the  fair a
grand success.
FORMED CLUE
ALL BUT ONE BY-LAW
Were
niiiiiil
tli
LORD   STRATHCONA   INVITED
Veteran     High     Commissioner    May
Come to B. C.
Mavor Keary has extended an inly-
tation  to    Lord    Strathcona to visit
New  Westminster  when  lm  the weM.
Ijord  Strathcona replied  from Winnipeg:   "Peei   greatly   honored   by   invitation  conveyed   In  your    telegram
...���  _._ jnst  received.      Arrangomint not yet
 .   _._   _.__,,_,.,-   reuenvd .dellnltv,  but looking forward to visit-
bor and all of the passengers 1 lng British Columbia, and an oppor-
arobed before they were per- tunity of thanking you personally for
10 irr, ����h_��      Tlle seai.h of | ali  your kindness.
I purchasable for 5 cmis, placed iu the
lot.    Thv crank  is luriied, f, number
day by   Prof.  Gerald  B.  Sniiih  of the
faculty of the divinity department of
ed   receipt   falls  out,   and   the   corn's- |jb_   University  of  Chicago.
���   !'L""   Rupert,    n. t'.,    Aug. 27.���
'I 1.vers   of   me   ere.    oi   the :
'��� ������ s    Denis are in jail here to-
; vimg trial  on  tne charge of
'"���us broken im0 tho strong. o_ of
,"" "earner    and  stolen    a  pacRaga
ct-utauimg ��25,uuo
rived  early
riven ',le -sluaul -
u  early   yesterday   morning   from
''"''' ^8lngtor_,      The theft was discovered   h___-   Ule   gteam(         .
i'ii   before
harbor
go ashore
|. o-    -....u.^T.        1 ue   _eiu_,
'" rew and quarters revealed $
5 '";i:''l"'y Stuffed iu a mattres
1        :' ward's   Worn.        Varlnna   r,
sniomtg
the ,,,
room.
were  found
5000
Various  other
hidden   among
COMES WEST ON  TOUR.
"* cargo, i_-ord"_a_8 __;iUcus;;.'_orsB>'"lster of Agriculture Fisher Reach-
",���. '"'. "' bread thrown from the gal-1 es Vancouver.
lev   o^." ",'c,ttU "-urow�� from the gal
>   wag   picked   up   floating   In   the
All   _fa.b-W!___0Uad to contal" $2i'00
now i,
Ac
be   llionr>y   except   $2500,
Th
rlvei
the
JUSI
aid
��� 'ni loyeej
t-i ded.
Hon. Sydney Fisher, federal mnis-
ter of agriculture, arrived In Vancou-
has  ver on Thursday night.    He is a practical  farmer and  has  done  much tor
agriculture   ln    the    Dominion   since
holding   that  portfolio.      His  present
visit   to  the   west   is   to   inspect   the
various   experimental     farms  and   to
arrange for th(. addition of n.-w on s.
Prospective  sites    at     I.acomhe  ana
Lethbridg,. have been  examined ana
in   this  province  the  claims of  Bum-
���  --  ,-...   ���  wttBBa u,  niirland  were called  to bis attention,
tor the fishing s.a_oniHp  decllned  to  accept  an  invitation
to this city.
theCSn5ut0 the authorities, one of
���,���;:'"'���;'has confessed to breaking
several   of   the
OVtn    the   Chinese
'li- dlffeTen?  -^  'lelnR 8mpl,"il   l��
anneiles  on   the   Nans
was  to  pay  the wages of
ponding  number   is  stamped  on    the
letter.
The Ingenious feature of the machine is the device for preventing the
use of any except the nickel coin.
This Is accomplished by means of a
magnet which attracts only iron and
nickel, the latter very feebly But
the slight attraction of the nickel is
neatly   calculated,   and   as   tho    coin
"The story of creation and the del-
uf * appeared long before the Bible
was written," the speaker declared.
"Both these stories were tiadltional
in the early literature of the Babylonians.
"The t.heologlan of today Is acquainted,   as   theologian,  of    former
Pass    Only    the     Measure   Ratifying
Agreement With B. C. E. R. Co.
���Waterworks Issue Lost.
Baltimore, Aug. 27.���When told by
detective, that his finger prints re-1
Bembled those found In blood on the
door of a closet In which the body ot j
his cousin, Hensen Poole, was found
,last Saturday, Oliver Herman Harris
'broke down yesterday and confessed
that he had slain his relative en a
I quarrel over a bottle of whiskey. Har-
  mer 1 r's   was  already   under  arrest   for   a I
days  we're not,  with the reality and murderous attack on hls  aunt,  Mrs. j t_M�� "peww business  without  tl.t of-
Vltality of non-Chrlstlan  religion, and Sc ..rn   , a,T's- ,    ^   . _    ._   [ferlng  to  bay  the    company's  plant.
Victoria, Aug. 27.���The bylaw ratifying the agreement with the B. C.
Electric Railway Company, under
which  the city  agrees    not to enter
'      iff  ....  '- ��� ,-',     ' ���
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SM! fflt_ &��_ _5v_s. S 2i. __bStf3��5 ^U* KnSs��A?-j_
pocket   which    operates  the  mechan-  |mnly   of   1)f
filernent,^Z  derl^  HottWU*. on  July  2,  and  after kill- total  vote   ca8t.      The   company   _
elements   were  wnvwu        k,   rt,.���Qi��� un_. .,____.,. tf.9 mm _.._           __ _���������_  lunnAnn in
i m      vn   Iron   niece    on   the    other jZT.' ,;,'   Y   p""";.;',"" wi'th   Babvlon   lng his cousin had taken $52 from Jhls ntum agrv^g  to spend  $1,500,000  in
&    WOU  YbePstro_giny    attracted. ^ Jo ?2.US in   ever,,   ___S \ ^L^Zvte IZI hlZ tX T"^ "  P��W8r    P'am   "  '
X'the pocket, and he ejected.   All _.,, ,     whloh ch ri t,��� ,. com- ftf^*^^^ % &�� #%,
��i ... ,i ..   .      n    cn     ri !���__     01nr>TPIl ....Itn.l     I _ _     i.A.vliin I.f  1     n���    truth 1 ri ... .. _._.. *��*C
other coins also are ejected.
pelled to recognize as truth"
Man Prefers $15,000
Fortune to a Wife
,cape, and  n order to obtain the funds The fc ,aw    authorlsing the expro-
Uo keep  him he  inveigled    his    aunt latlon ot the   iant 0, the E8<luimait
away from home, waylaying her, and Waterwork8 company's holdings was
"An ���>_ _��    lr I _______    l___r ,    ,        _,      ��    . �� -��           .        ..
Philadelphia Pa Aug. 27.���in or- nouncement after he had received
der to comply with the terms of his ��*����**gg** from ��� attorney
brother's will, which required him to Thg ^.^ orlKina���y belonged to
remain a bachelor, William Taggart an unc[e w|,0 died many years ago,
of this city winounced yesterday that leaving the property to David S. Tag-
he will give up an Intended marriage gart brother of William, on condition
,1 _m thf��rphv receive a legacy of that he remain unmarried. The bro-,cummi-siuii.r oi __.a �������� ������-���-���- -���
*n 000 and Taluab.r ranch lands in ther died last week ln Vallejo and he the Dunsmulr and Prior governments
California     Taggart made    the    an- left tne estate to William. from 1901 to 1905.
nearly killed her.
defeated by 102 majority.
W. C. WELLS 6LATED
TO 8UCCEED DUNSMUIR
Victoria, Aug. 27.���Mr. W. C. Wells ���
will be the next Lieutenant-Governor #
of British Columbia, according to 4*
authentic advices received here. The 4>
Hon. James Dunsmuir, the present ���
Incumbent, a'sked several months ago ���
to be relieved, and it Is likely that his ���
resignation will take effect in about #
five weeks' time. Mr. Wells was *
commissioner of lands and works 5n ��
Yesterday's Baseball.
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W ANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT
LOST.
FOUND.
PEAL    ESTA'E
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a  "-an had gold-dollars to sell a    fifty cents and did not  let the  pe
thing of the value you cffer then-   n  return for their money
people know anything about it. he would not  se.'l  any.      You  must  tell the people what you have to Hli, why they
Too rra^y of us  have  got  the  habit of thinking that because we have been a  long tirrj
iy shcu!d    purchase   fr
e  in  tusvess everyone mui1 of n cessity   know
wares.       Use  the   advertising   co'u-rns  of The Daily  Ssas ind  -ee= abreast  of the  time..
all
ion
WANTED���TOUNG     MAN
s-   room   .'. :
r.tral     Stat
W.  P., D I Ij   News
WANTED���TO
i I ���   ���
flee.
KENT,      A      FUR-
ly at N'ew, Of-
WANTED���TO     BORROW     $300  ON
goo Ity.      Will  give    12
Apply E   Daily N ws
WANTED���A    YOUNG    GIRL    FOR
iv.... ' : : I
P. Hampton Bole, 12* Third  ivi
TO   RENT���SEVEN-ROOM    HOUS*.
ath,  $12  per month.      A
Mo watt street, 230 Eleventh streel
FOR   SALE.
FOR   S ADE���COMPLETE    SET   OF
Dickens an:   Scott, goo I  condition,
Sidei.oard, good condition,
516  Twelfth street     Tel.
VV   ip.
R481.
WANTED���A   FEW   VACANT  LOTS
in city;  civ.- price, U rms and leg .
Peers    <_    Ran,-ay.
New Westminster, 198-6
IT   LOTS  AT  EDMONDS, $150
..  to  V incouvi
car lines;     $25    cat *'���"
.. I.lv.        Wai..        Bl P     O.
Box 983.      New   Westminster. 198-���
It.   T.   PRINCE���AUDITOR AND  AC-
counts ��� .   k  ��� -.-��� r to C  Han
et   ecti ii-  i ad  storekeei - rs'
of account a specialty; agent fo   tb
Hall Safe Co.    Offlce: Roo::. 7  Ha
block  P. O. !.<_ 795.
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP-
R.    J     McNeil.      Over    T.    Uv.ns'
p   on   Eighth  =treet.
Carriages built, repaired and , iin -
ed.      All work  guaran--
B.  C    LAND   BLK
; block, New    West-
C
LIVERV   STABLE.
_ :   - '.     HACKS   ANU
il      . be  Fashion   ��>:a
	
WANTED ��� APPLICATIONS     FOR
.Mon  as    organist  in  Bt.  Pauls
R.  E,  church:     state  salary.      Address J- J. Johnston, secretary.
WANTED ��� NIGHT WATCHMAN.
Walsh Sash & Door Factor.-, foot
of  Third  avenue.
LOST.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One pearl missing. Please re-
t'lrn to  Dally  News office.	
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms mode.-ate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE, FUR-
nl.shed bedrooms; reasonable terms;
H2H Royal aven ue.
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���1 AM PRE-
pared to advance mon.-y to any
amount, on city property or for
building purpos.-s. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. 0., New Westminster.
WHITE,  SHILES  _  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm und suonrban property,
260 Columbia streei.
HALE' BROS. & CO.. LTD.. HEAL ES-
late and insurance. Phone -35. 1.6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and '!'���'��� I -    345  Columl la  Btl
phone R278.    Tbe   ;l.*-. ���   w
dirt and dust Is  removed from
fibr���not pressed In.   G - Is called
for and delivered.
ELECTRICAL  WORKS.
THE    PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO.,
dealers    In     electrical    machinery, .
fixtures and supplies, house wiring, I
armature   wiring,     motor  repairing,
etc.      Bank of Commerce building, .
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
MACHINE   WORKS.
, _K�� MACHINE  WORK!
eel,    New   Vtt  '
:. ter     M aufactni   -   t mod
  ninery,
Mil:     a        :.i specification*  pre-
; are 1
MONUMENTAL. WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, .IAS
McKay, inufacturer and Importer
of mounmentai torn stones, building
s:one, etc.   Satlsfa,  Ion guaranteed
Columbia stre.-t. New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd..   Burnaby  Lake���For    healthy,
home-grown fruit trees pbone 446
WHITESIDE &  EDMONDS,  BARRIS
ten    ao i i'ors.   Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. N.-w
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L.  Edu.n
WADE   WHEAl.LEK  _  McQ.ARRIE
IF. C   Wad-. K. C , A. Wbeailer, W.
Q    m -- larrii I,    Solicitors,   Barri*
.   . ���,     j.- ;.   ui   ��tre< t. opposite
New       Westminster,
-   14        nd the Vancouver of
fice is   tt No   5   Royal  Bank Cham-
'  -  Hastings Street  ws t.
IE   E    MARTIN. BARRISTER
I g , lichon  block, Co-
ti I     Mi i. -nzie  Sts.,   New
Westminster, B. C
W.      MYERS    C.RAY.     BARRISTER
Bo    Iti r and Notary Public.    Curtis
k, clarkson street, O] posits the
t House.     P. O. Box 1S6.   Tel-
.one 61.
FREEMAN
Cub .    :.
Cl 8TOM
. rii   j
letters
lumbta str
1    Typ��*SiT||.
I
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THEATRES
CRYSTAL   .
bla    - trei i
plctur.-..
'. .- atti
Mon I
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-��� Maer.j
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THE EDISON ,...���
Colum  i. '������-'
i.wirv pi ��� ,n ���.:;;
Program < bani .Y
day and Fri i "*
PAPER   HANGING   A.   DECORATING.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers
I ..." -    55,    P. O.    Box 142.      Old
Dallv   News  Block, Sixth street.
TAILORS
GALVIN.  LADCBS '-IN3 TA. 1
lorlng.      A  :.��� "���.
ing just in.      I .��� .. I
ing and repaii -   ;
block.    Entran ��� .       .   ., .-
and 264 Clark ' '
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin),  phone 308.    P.  O.  Box 874.
Real estate and insurance.      Money
to   loan.   714   Columbia street.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT, j
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G- W.  SAIT. ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
FISH   AND   GAME.
1    HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and  Sanita.-;
house   I'aintlnt:,   kalsomining,  paper
j BENSON  &  AYLING.  FISH,  FRUIT,      hanging     and     decorating.       Sixth
Game. Vegetables, etc.      Begbie st.,      street.   New  Westminster
opp. Windsor Hotel. . __.
RESTAURANTS.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin. Mus. Bac, city. A Une
will  bring him.
CAFE
Home
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &
Tickets, 21 meals for $4.
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrg. Archer, proprle-
tie i). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
.WESTMINSTER      WOOD.  WM
Co., bank, offi, e an. Bl     ittap
cabinet,  stair. -   - -  i tout
and detail  wor i and ei.
mates  furnished     I   Brookes ;-v
prletor.      Work-:   Corner EleiaA!
and car line.     P  0  box 151
473.
GROCERY
TEN0ERS
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles. phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, p. o. Box 811.
COOKSLEY'S        PICTURE        POST
cards  are on  sale    at  VL  Morey's
Stationery Store. J. G. Gamon s 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and  "The Fair, ' Columbia street.
Tenders ar,. n ^'
WE   BUY   AND   SELL   FURNITURE   Bt  the Central  .- ���      .  P^l
and  all   kVrts  of new and  B.-cond-  and  specificati ij office. T��|
hand goods.      A Speck, near Tram  ders dose August 3
office. W.  D. GOOD    .
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.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal   Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
ichool at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, Rev.
Frederick Carpenter. Services as
follows: East Burnaby. Sunday
��cho| at 2 o'clock; preaching service
|at 3 p.m.; young people's service at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer serviae at
8 p.m. West Burnaby, Sunday Bctiool
at 2:30 and preaching at 7:3<j.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church servle-:- at 11 a.m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
:ouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le  daily  exevpt  Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver 1
.m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 am. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
'NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Jt Jt _f JL11 _f_ J _______ J1___L_L_1____1___1 H ft-__-,__ ilti JTmMi
I
CHURCH
SERVICES
���_tt__ttfttt-ttfrB^i'��tt�����ft0_��a_3i
(Cbanges for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this ofTlee by
9 p.m- on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates tbat no copy has been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible
,>arty.)
Sunday, August 29.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. A. .MldrlcK,
rector. Holy communion, 8 a.m. Mat-
Ins, litany and sermon, 11:00 a.m.
Siaiday school at. 2:30 p.m.; evensong
and sermon 7 p.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J, S. Henderson, pastor. Ser
vices 11 am. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
school    and    Bible    class  2:30    p.m.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
V., minister.   Services at 11 a. m. aad
7 p.m.;  Sunday   school at 2:30 p.m.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
���Ber. E. G. Thompson, M. A-,
pastor. Public worship: Morning,
11 a.m.; evening, 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class 2:20 p.m.
Prayer   meeting   Wednesday  8   p.m.
QUBEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. 0. W. Brown, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m. Pastor will occupy pulpit at both morning and evening services. Moitilng sermon subject, "Christ In the State;" evening,
"The  Power of Love."
WEST END METHODIST���Rev.
Jan_s    Calvert,    D.D.,    pa_tor.���Ser
vice, at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.; Epworth League Monday
at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday seheol at
2:30 p.m. Epworth league on Monday
evening at 8 o'clock.
ST. PAUL'S RETORMED EPI8CO-
. AL��� Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a-m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion flrst Sunday in the month attar morning service. Prayer meetlr.g
on Thursday at 7:30 p m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Service. 11 a.rn. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Mldw..-k prayer meeting on We_n.s-
,.ay at  8 o'clock.
SALVATION ARMY���Services will
be conducted |B the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows- 11 a.m., Holiness, 3 p.m., Free and Easy meetlag;
7:30 p.m., Salvation meeting. Major
and Mrs. Morrison of Vancouver will
speak at the afternoon and evening
meetings. They will be accompanied by Vancouver Salvation Army
bandsmen.
FREE     METHODIST     CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third mad
Fourth avenues. ciase meeting, 10
am. Preaching, ll nm.; Sunday
school, 2:30 p.m.; Service at 7 p.m.,
Midweek prayer meeting, Thursday,
7:45 p.m. Holiness meeting Tuesday
at 7:45 p.m. T. H. Marsh, pastor,
718 Queen's avenue.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
CHURCH���Bmjamln Sand, pastor,
Sunday service, ll a.m., I. O. O p.
hall.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday   8   p.m.   Dundonald   school
j The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against haullag loads of
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do so after
this notice must take all the risk8 on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd. 1909,
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New  Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on VieA
nesday.
We want
Unimproved Acreage in
Burnaby for Clients
WALKER BROS.
P. O. Box 983.
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
8.S. Joan.
Leav. Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pioneer  Limited,"     St.   Paul
Chicago,  "Short   Line,"   Omaha
Chicago,     "Soutn     West     Limited"
Kans.s  City  to Chicago.
N'o   train
Entry must persooslljM
the   local   lan I   vl. e I
In which the I md Is situs _.l
by piozy ma;, v nevei :..���������< i\
-ertaui    conditions :il':'|
mother, son. .i.i :-������ '��� ��*J
ter of an Inten I i..
j   The homestead .- Is ri , ilred top*
form tlie condition      nnt     I v*|
to with   under   one   ot   tne   loi.osoi|
in   me  S'-rvK e  on
to plans:
Hi    Al leasl six '������   '"
upon   an 1   . .   .. '  ':������   lan^"
eai I. rear for I     i    ears
...       i-i   if the fatlH ���'���'���;
,    ���' father i- decs ������''Y
railroad   in   the   work!  -hat   equal   in rt,_ilk.8 ���,������ ��� : . ,   nltr.d
equipment  that  of  the  Chicago, Mil- the land eir red Ci : --quiremeDt-
waukee  &   St.   Paul   Railway.      They as   to  residence may   I    sv.-::��i -f
���.���.,,.-....     ,k . , _ i      such  n_nson  rasidlns  wltl
.-wn   and  operate   their  own   sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and      i:;,
give  their  patrons   an  excellence    of residence
person residing
or mother.
If the settler bai bla perm"*
upon   far:.     , ''-"
service  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St., ror. Atdur Po"tand. Or
by  hlm  In  the
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
June 13 and July 3.
8YNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway belt ln British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person wno Is the sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section' of
160 acres, more or less.
tar::.    ,
vKlr.l:>   of ins ��������
stead, the requirements u to resist
may   be  satisfied  by  residence ��P��
the said land. ,���_,.
Six months' nolle In writing tim
be given to the commissioner �� w
minion   lands  at  Ottawa of Inten""
to apply for patent. M
Coal.���Coal   mining rl.Ms mWJ
leased   for    a   period  of    -en. *
annual  rental of UK
more    than   2560  a *
shall   be  leased  to one mdiridud��
company.      A royalty a: ����'J"_
flve cents per ton shall be collect*
on the merchantable evil mln"
W  W C0HV
Deputy of the Minister of the WJ  j
N.B.-Unauthorl.ed   publication *
win    not M r*
years at an
acre.       Not
this
for.
advertisement
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RE8ERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parte of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
rnW  Assets over ��168,000,00..U..
rfEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.   Queen   City   leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst Gen. Paes. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent  vi. toria
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The White Pass
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for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dally trains (except Sanday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter lervlce.
For Information apply to
J. II. ROGERS, Tnifflc Manager.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
I rustIBIock,:rront St., New Westminster j
i nMlttllll 1M ���MSSMStftt^**********,
S. S. TRANSFER
T(be steamer Transfer will leaie
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
week day morning, except Friday,
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.    )
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Canadian Pacifi'
Railway Co.
uSor DAY  EXCURSION RAg
-Fare and a third ���  ""���,.   .^er *
on   sale  September J.  ��        ]8.
good for return to SepWmber ^
Double     transcontinental     , di.
dally, with Pullman tourist and
ing cars. ���t 9:05 *
Atlantic  Express  lWW al
ro. t 7 P'"1
'Eastern   Express   leftVM ��w
St. Paul train ieal''��YnYef 9.
Cheap excursion W��g��
For full particulars, "W^j^t,
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RDAY
AUGUST 28, 1����.
THE DAILY NEWS
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MOOSE JAW SASK.
MISS
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This is the Wonderful New Flour
ihat has made such a sensation throu;:1 ��� -:      tnada.
Made nf highest tirade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, lipped,
largest mill on the prairies.
Made with the .determination  to   give  usei       .iter   flour-value, greater
certainty cf  bakinc-success, fuller satisfaction with the final  result, whether
with biscuits, cake or bread.
Housewives throutihout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.
Therefore, Madam, it is the flour tor you.
This flour cannot be described  in an advertise nent.    We use t'.iis  paper
merely to (.ive the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
It Is thn guaranteed (lour.     IT you are  not satlsllel  wiih  It  after two fain tr als,
ask  your grocer for your money back      He will g.va lt to you.
Arid more  watop than   usual   when   uslnic Robin Hood Floup     Made of such
hapd.dry wheat, lt absorbs more moisture   proJuoin . a larger, whiter loaf.
The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours
you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference
every woman who now us.s Robin Hood admits.
SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
LIMITED 1
Moose Jaw, Sask.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
lhe Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range Should >ret one that will give perfect satisfaction in cooking and baking, is economical In 'he use of fuel, that is cool
to work over ln the hote weather, and also easy to operate and keep clean.
, II you wish to be satisfied In these respect, you will buy an Oxford
itogi atfer you have inspected it- The prices also of these ranges are
Buch lower than those of other makes. Call In and Inspect our
Bta k
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
NEWSPAPER  TOLD
OF BROTHER'S DEATH
Kingston. Ont, Aug. 27.���Patrick
McArde picked up a newspaper and In
it learned of the killing of his youngest brother at Field. B.C., through an
explosion. The deceased wns a pro_-
pector, and had been ln the West for
some time. The brother has sought
a lawyer to Ascertain why he was not
notified, as among the belongings
wns n certificate of his birth sent to
him from Kingston, and also to look
after the unmarried man's estate and
considerable Hfe insurance.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital  Paid up $4,700,000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total  Assets 55,000,000
In  and  out of  town  accounts soil
cited.
SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers  effected.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F   SHUTE, Manager.
���m_-___u
B. C. Mills, Timber and j
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuractarers and Urrairrt in All Kma" ot
-'ltnner,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door's,
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
f-ish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at S o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noole
grand.    W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
A. 0. U. W���FRASER LODGE NO. M
��� Meetings the lirsta nd third Tuesday In each month. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. 0, U, \V. hall, Odd-
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
I
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 1098, L.O.l
Meets the fourth   Friday   in   th,
month in    s o'clock, in tha small
hall, Od Ifellows' block,
FRATERNAL ORDER OF BAULKS,
. Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesdaj
evening in S p.in In the Kagles
hall, Columbia stroeu J, N. Aitch,
eson, w. Pres.; u. Sohofleld, secretary.
F .RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royai City Branch, Columbia St. ?
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
I
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenus snd Merlon Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   p-r day  up.
Room   and  board S2.50 per day up.
F-oom  with  bath $2.50 per day  up.
Room with bath ani board 14 psr day
All   uit.lde rooms, with hot and cold
wa'er  steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Tlu. meets all trains and bwttr
CARLETON  GILBERT. Mgr-
lOAltl) OF TRADE���NEW wist
minster Board of Trade meets tn tn.
board room. City Hall, ns follows!
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on lhe third
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at _ p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New member, may he
proposed and elected _t any montft
ly or quarterly meeting. C
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
II
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the flrst anil third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.     Chief, W. Sutherland.
. O O. F.���ROYAL CITY LOlXJB
No. 3���Meets In Oddfellows' ball,
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
wiii be made welcome. O. E. UUiey,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P O. recording secretary 	
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No. ��, A.
F. and A. M.. King 8oloinon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.: L. O. U
No. 1150; L. O. L.. NO. IBM; Court
Sapperton. No. 4��83, I. O. F; C. O.
F. Court Westminster. No. ��.t);
Brotherhood ot Owls. Nent No. 2..
THE GOLDEN FLEECE,
*<>" IliKl.ly Prised ol the Snr-i_n��
Orderi ��,t Chivalry.
the orders of mediaeval rhlv-
lurvlved the shock of
BM ��� ..n tho contiuent
"f Eu , ,1 cataclysm of
1> i, that of the Golden Fleece is per*
h:|i'> the most d .. bed and the
,: .. ted i...  personages of
t birth or of Illustrious pair.,'i.m
I
The badge of the order is the figure
"' a ��� I -���   . . ed gold suspend
ed fron .   chain of gold.    The
full robes con t of a long mantle of
rel ��� cut m the fashion of a
sacerdotal cope, richly embroidered at
the borders with emblematic devices
��f stars, lralf moons and fleeces in
Sold and lined with white satin, over
ii doublet and hose of crimson damask.
The full rob mpr -������ a "chap
eron,"  or  lv!.  with  n  lung  flowing
streamer of black satin, but this bead-
gear bas  in :. idem times been
.rally dispells, .1 with.
Originally the robes of the order,
which was founded In 1420 by Philip
the Good, duke of Burgundy, were of
crimson elotb lined with white lamb's
wool, and this circumstance bus somewhat strengthened the theory that tha
golden fleece was Instituted by Philip
the Good In grateful recognition of the
immense treasures whieh the I uike ..f
Burgundy   bad   acquired    from
TU LAV CORNERSTONE       CONTRACTOR MADE
ON OCTORER 1
PRESENT TO ALDERMEN
Big    Celebration    Will    Attend    Commencement of Work on  Alberta
Parliament  Buildings.
Paid $500 to Montreal Coun-
Upheld   His
cillor   Who
Tender.
Edmonton,  Aug.  27.���The  flrsl    of
October is thi   .1       sei tor the laying 	
<�� &"'               ���'���"" ,!'" new ;";!":r Montreal,   Aug.   .T.-lbbv     Royal
ment buildings    In    Edmonton.    The CommlSsluier  c aon    ,,  ., ..,.,,     a��.
ceremony  will  be performed  by    His ,,,���,���,_   JuUu_   Bun.u.   (.u,va.,���.  coll.
Excellency   Earl Grey, who wil] then ,I.,|0(m. Q, -ote ,���,���,,,,,. ^ Burrltt,
be   returning  from bis  trip   to    the BWOrei but with           reluctance, tbal
Yukon. be had mad.- a pr bi inl of J600 io Aid
Thla  was  Biated by Premier Kutb- Lesperance in return to the latter for
erford ���           ���   had opened  the  mail supporting a tender the   witness bad
whlcb  ha    been  accumulating   al   bis made to supplj a mew elevator ln tb
ofllce at    the    parliament    buildings city hall.
during  lis a   ten,      at  ttte coast.   In "1   con idered   it   my  dutj   to   .   ��� ���
discussing  the   matter    the    premier the   money,"    explained  the  witness.
Bald thai  Ear] Grey, .,- representative Not a word, however, bad pa Bed  b -
ui the king,  a.,, the prop r man    to tween the two aboui the money, the
officiate in the cornerstone laying ol witness said
the  new  legislative    uildlng Ud.   Lesperance    bad not  returned
Asked  as  to  the  situation   regard- the  money,  Mr,   Burrit   add      *.   re
Ing work on the university  building, ply   to Comm slsoner  Cannon -  q.ues-
Premii r Rutl   i    rd  said  thai  at  the tli n.
lasi  meeting ot the senate plans tor Some  time  ago  Dr,  Lafloui   swore
the university bad becu approved and that he had g ven   Ud. Nauli J300 toi
these had been Ben   to an expert arch, an appointment to the board of healtn
the Itect in the east  for hig opinion ano He did nol get the job and Nault re-
gen
wool of the flocks reared on bis vast
estates In Flanders. Be It us It may,
the woolen costume wns changed In
147H at a cha],ter held at Valenciennes
for the more costly materials of vel
ret, taffeta, damask aud gold embroid
ery.���London Telegraph.
MUSIC  STRINGS.
for anj suggestion bj way of Improve- turned   the
ment   The return ol tbi  plans, which  went on  th
were drafted  bj   Dr.  Torj   and    Mr.
Jeffries,  provincial  architect,   is    expected  during the  coining  week.
"When the plans are available,'
said the premier, "worl; on the ��� xca
vntions ad the foundations ot the
building will commence."
SAYS BRITAIN LAOS
IN AERONAUTICS
David     Lloyd-George     Returns     After
Witnessing  the  Contests  at
Rheims.
Ttii-   Groat   Amount   of   Mnterlnl   Re��
qnlrod   to   Meet   tbe   Demand,
"One of the most generally accepted
but mistaken ideas that are entertained
by the people of this country," said a
traveling representative of a foreign
manufactory of gut strings, "Is that
Btriugs used on musical Instruments
are manufactured from catgut. If that
were true the cals in this world would
bave been exterminated many years
ago in supplying the market with material for musical Instrument strings.
"Tbe fact is that they are manufactured from the Intestiues of sheep, and
In obtaining enough raw material even  bind   in     aeronautic*,"
from these animals the manufacturers  Lloyd-George,   Chancellor
at times find difficulty. [chequer,  who  returned
"The only string made from the intestines of tbe feline Is that used for
surgical purposes ��� for sewing up
���wounds. One would bp amazed to
know that there are millions of musical Instrument strings used ln North
America alone, nnd just think where
the tabbies would be if tbey bad to
supply the consumption.
"Another amazing thing is that there
are over 700 different grades of musical
Instrument  strings.   The  demand  for I MAKE YOUR APPfcAL to the public
fitrings In North America Is increasing i
every year, especially lu ihe south and
In    Mexico.    There   nre    more   guitar
strings sold ln Mexico than any other
kind, but through tho south the banjo
string Is sun popular, despite the fact
that every year has marked a slight but
gradual  falling off  In the demand."��� j
Kansas City Journal.
London,  Aug.  27.���"I   felt   ashamed j
thai the English are so helplessly be-1
said     David I
of   the  Ex-jPLAYED
today     from ]
Rheims, where he witnessed some of
the exhibition aeroplane flights.    He
said  he  was greatly   impressed  with
tin- marvellous feats he saw.
���It was a great triumph for the Americans, " he Said. "As to the use of
the aeroplane in warfare It appears
too frail and flimsy to be taken seriously, and I apprehend no danger of
any   airship  Invasion."
money.    Y ��� steday   Nault
stand and swore    that
Laflour's storj  was false,   lie did not
know   Loflour  ai   all  and   had   never
seen him until the day wb n the appointment   was  n,nib   by  the    health
committee.    There    were   onlj    two
candidates, Dr. Laflour and Dr. Ward.
Mi. Laflamme elicited from tbe witness that, while he had new   known
Dr.  Laflour, be bad  known  Dr.  Ward
for twenty-flve years and  knew  that
he was  a  good physician.    Then he
was asked to explain why it was that
| he bad voted for Laflour, whom he did
not   know   and   of  whose  attain.n- nts
he was Ignorant, instead of Or. Ward,
'whom  he did  know  and    whom    he
knew to be a good man.   Tbe reply of
I witness to this was thai  Laflour  was
a French-Canadian and Ward an Englishman  and  hv  voted for Laflour  because he was French,   As nearly half
lof  the  electors  in Aid.  Na ilt's  ward
iare English his explanation probably
1 means his aldermanlc death,
POKER   WITH
KING  FOR   ISLAND
Honolulu, Aug. 27.���In order to secure possession of n small Islet off
the land of Kauai, on which to erect
a lighthouse, the United States may
have to annex form, rally a pile of
rocks that It is claimed is part ot
the  Hawaiian  territory.
No record can be found that anybody owns It. Federal officials are
taking steps to acquire the property.
This nameless island was onc^ the
stake in a poker game betw. en King
Kalakaua and United Suites Minister
through the columns of THE DAILV Raggett. After the King lost all Ins
NEWS.    The Morning Paper. money he put up th   island and lost
it.
Henry   Clar'*   PopolnrIty.
The greatest popular  idol  in a political   sense   the   country    has   ever I
known   was   Henry   Clay.    Only  one
other   American   statesman  ever poe |
sessed the quality called personal magnetism to the same extent that be did,
and no other ever had a more enthusiastic personal following.    Ue was an
aspirant   for  president   from   1824  to
1848, but never reached the goal.   He
received 37 electoral votes In 1824, 49
ln   18.'!2  and  105 In  1S44.   but  never
enough to elect hlm.   Clay was elected
speaker of the bouse of representatives
on the first day of his term  lu that
body aud was flve times re-elected.  He I
was twice elected l'nited States seua  I
tor, once unanimously by the Kentucky I
legislature, und held several other high
offices,    if there was ever a popula! '
Idol ln the politic,  of this country, it'
was Henry Clay, but he could not be
elected   president.���Indianapolis  Jour |
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Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Crean..
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auk nut.
"August," tbe name of tlie month, i
accented nn the tirst syllable. "Au
just," the adjective, is accented on tin
second syllable. This Is due, no doubt
to the fad that, though both started
from the Latin "augustus," they hav.
arrived by different routes. The ad
Joctive Is the French "angnsto," whlb
"August,'1 commemorating the Etomai
emperor's title.  Is the  French  "iiouf
and  the middle English  "augst" o-
"sust " ".Inly" used to rhyme wltl
"dulj." even In Johnson's time, as 11
had done centuries earlier and as it
AOM in southern Scotland to this dsy
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Farmer Greene (who has beer
knocked down by a balloon anchor>-
Ool dern '��m! I'll hev it-' law on "em:
Whar's th' sheriff. Farmer Brow��-
Ne use kicking, Josh! Them crlttsw
is above the law, 1 reckon!���Houstot
Post
tt Is not enough to rnn; ont nrasi
start in titna^-ftench Provss__
ta the kail of a philharmonic society
tke following notice was posted:
"Its seats In this hall aro tor tbo
oso of the ladies. Gentlemen are requested to make use of tbem only altar the former are seated."���II Biso.
We lore to expect, and when expectation la either dissppotated or grat.
SmO. wo want to bo again expectta*���
Jefcnso*.
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A  WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL    $6,000,000
PAID  UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
Thrifty people who use our Savings Bank Department will find
It convenient and will receive every courtesy, whethsr their account
be  large or small.    Savings Depatments at every branch.
Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New Westminster.
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Cam leave the depot every
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after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
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Pj '  ���     ��� ���'' - '     ' ���'   ��� ���-���   captured. A      Ban Fran I   -   87.���In :-..   i .
It- Limited, at their -' ������     i , _u of her Wood for tha sol.-
Tl.e Dal ;   Neas i"- rner of Mc- ? :        -ip and  ;. - .   . Bert_
Senate and Tree ""' roonl r''ai-'  ''' '    r" * ll-blooded  Indian --.
who has  vv  _ servant in   ________
Managing Director "'        ' "r- ""'J s&arch  were the ' "      Ma ... v Ba a  . .
talnr_  a- man  living  in   this   city,      Life   toy Son     "������ -
'-   - I years, left the house 1 -������    fresbini
' '     : -    go to OS
Golden Gate I^rk, Bleeping under th- ing
ntered ,- ,-. at night and dod.-i.. the itroll-  ; trifles
with : -   -     He was baring din- .-.-., tors by dav.    Or. the summit
-"- two o'clock in a .-...j, hill in the _   the
-  '      strong rooi ��� kmed a brus biding it
eaid fool Almost   Unm   I        mingiy   among  the    cl�� ��� gn
'������    :-->        ��� ���    ��� -     Here s       pent two nights and
'��� ' ���     When gain- ber retreat waa discovered onlv when
"���      ��� bi   wat   bound  to a the Hghl of her tiny c attrac-
notuu oi   P "> inaged  to  onfasta. the -..]   ���_���....  ���   ���- ..  ,..    .   ,    .; .,        -.
-    to rope, t d to the door and rang ntnn.
.. of | v..- alarm   Hes injuries ar   e r re.       rhe girl is of som,. Southern tribe
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SATURDAY.  ALCLST 28,  ''.'...
SHIPS AND   MEN,
the anth
T;- ���-   '"���    ' -    ���   - ���'--'.-���..:. Jewels esU-
forces  Ol  the K::.- ��� a  value of many  tho..- ,
.itch  a  way  as  to  preserve ol dollars.
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ed a marked im]     rei ovei
. .:.- 1 recent  markets,  1
the sup]        ��� '���        nsidera
; ���   -   'j.. re ii < rery reaso . ���   'l man I    m ich    i
ial    ���        South  Afri. .     ';- ���        Ine to i
teni   to  the  fact  that  there i- a  lull
���    ������������������ ��� ���'..-.    .......   work of ti,.- farm :  .   i
i    -   -     -      ' . nd receive few tending the full swing ol
the royal a       ' ing ace....   ' ....       Potati ie did
n]     ed, it I     ..  tost certain the new ��--'-   -  '    In   h    -   ������ - ol
.,   ..     ,     tbe dav, sUH remain.ns in  de-
.   in line 'A'.'h the de- a .
i polic) adopti :    .   Australia and      j;,. ;     ..vas offered  in  mu      -    -���
'/.- tlaod. . '-'     '    '.  ; a:-''
;   i     . ite that the tern '" di/fi';    >  i;i  di;;'
tag all  that  was
of thl il   lefen ngi ment
fj;-   .=ai.-   at   un-
Lam    and  mutton
are  precisely   those  wuic),  wen   for-   .,,,.,.  ��� .,,.    quantities
rnula'-.    . ''.;i,ada      Th   proposaj ol fonnd a read)        e al   qu ;.ition
the Canal-an authorities tbat the Do-  ���'���-
inlnion    fleet    should    rely   for   its
Veal as usual found a brisk
call and though a good stock was of-
��� red all _<.lcl readily. Pork was for
strength and efficiency upco first- lass .sd|,. (n fajr quautity and found a firm
cruis-r.s of tb" J:i.-v.  type, in pref-   . _._fl   v.���.  plentiful  i.i  a.l
erence to the heavy armored vessels  varieties and the prices remained un-
of    the Dreadnought  type    ha.s also changed.
.   i      -,-i-     ,--..���_.���.,     i       Eggs    are tn strong    demand  acd
been adopted.      .bis circumstance is ,;     .     ,,v Ja on,_ fajr jn coujparlioI1|
a tribute to the forethought and wis- th,J3  giving  the  market    an   upward
<|o;ji of our statesmen, tendency.     The market opened retail
As  an   outcome  of  the  conference  a: 42c and closed at __c or five cents
arrangemen. -he Paw   Beet is to be "��2.lBt*an ��lIS'ia$IU%lLlhl
preceding week. The wholesale
remodeled and strengthened. This priC(_ was unaffected by the soaring
will henceforth consist o! three unit-, of the retailers, remaining at from
to be known a., the East todies, A.s- 37c  to  38c.      Suiter is  suflici.-nt  to
meet all    requirements at unchanged
traiiau  and  China  squadrons.      Each
prices.      There  was   a   large   sup. ;y
will    compriae    one    large    armored ���.  ',iirds   yegterday  ^^   the'demand
cruiser of tbe Indomitable type, three  was good for birds in condition. They
fast cruisers of the Bristol type, six  sold   slightly    higher than  last week
destroyer     nd _ix submarines.     This Ylll Y\ ^,tio�� _* thjckM. wWch
,  , field   rhelr  price of from   four  to five
II.--;   will prove  a powerlul guardl a   ,    ,.,      T)ie c0mjng ^ thi. f;i,   u.;].
in the v.   ���  Maters of th..- Pacific, the ally  has  the effect  of  stiffening the'
aomewhai     indifferent    patrolling  of prices of fowl and It is believed that
which bas hitherto left the immen movement is now commencing.
. ,     , Potatoes took anotb-r drop in price
stretch  of    our    western    coast  Une of ��� do,la-   a ton>   tl]{. supp|y bejn_
easlly vulnerable. large with  the call    weak and Bales
The Dominion Government does not  limeted,  the  supply    being consider-
ii,'an  to lei    the grass    grow under   ; ''���'   beyond the demand.      fruit was
Its feet     Already    an   experl I- co
��� cularly scarce, the supply of apples, being very small. Those offer-
the way to advise as to the location :ng were Rfid Astrachan and Yellow
and establishment ot   the   necessary  Transparent.     Plums were not pien-
shlpbuilding   depots    on    the eastern Uful an'!  the   demand    was fair for
_ ,   . _ ,, fruit   free     from   plurn     ro:..      Some
and   western   coasts.      boon    Canada   blackberries  were    offered    and  sold
VV111  :' ������<������"; -'"���-'��� - ���-" cruls        readily.       There  was   a   good   Supply
and ior ber navy and tiain- of vegetables,    including    local corn,
lng   bi     men       The    spirit  of    the cabbages, leans and peas, cucumbers,
youth of our country has a ready been f?"..rkitis..pumpkins, and herbs.    The
flor:sts   did   a   large   business  in   cut
Bred by the idea of admission to the 0wers and pot plants, asters, dahlias.
"King's  Navee,"    and    then;    is not  sweet peas and carnations being the
likely to be any sbortagi   In the sup- rnaln sellers,
ply of bold, brave fellows to man the 0fficial   0"��*^��"*'
noble   vessels of  the  Canadian  fleet. {��* "��d S_���- PM I'* *_ 8 l1
..,.., . , Beef, fore quarters, per   b 6  to '
-No slight amount of interest  is at- j_,mo      K 14 to 15
tached to the business of selecting a Mutton 12 to )3
afte lor the royal dockyard on the IJa- v,'a'. terKe 8 to 9
Clflc coast      It has  been asserted by
Veal, medium 10 1-2 to II
Pork, medium. ir-r lb    U to 10
a naval  expert  that Esqulmalt Is not  K-g:-   whoteM]e' per doz .7 to 38
a suitable positicn for this, though It Eggs,   retail,  per  doz 45c
may  be  well   to retain  a 'Jock  there,  Butter, wholesale, per lb 22 1-2
and   that  a   location   on   the coast Of M_!tItt,er-   r'rtai1'  I)Pr  lb 30
the  mainland   will   have to"be found. g&i_^��ta_' ���'' '���   "����� S*\
Vancouver has, it is said, been men- Broilers per doz $4.00 to $6.0)
tioned in this connection.     But we'^'icks. per doz $8.00 to $9.00
cpice  that  when  the  Wm��  come-- tor  Potatoes, -n-r ton   $14 to $15 ������
tlie ..iectfc,  of a  site on this ^oast fe g ^ ;'. ;' ; ' gfj*
th. vary superior advantages for soctoJBlackberriea, per crate .-$1 to $1 25
a purpos. offered hv thfc banks of the | '  |
>'raser river
"GET   THE   HABIT"
will    receive   die and ;
careful consideration.     These advan-
_To.IlllIIIIII Special Friday and Saturday
Ho.,!.  City, and  we may be Bur-  tiiey
wii] not be allowed uj y forgotten,
in any event there seems to be a
��-.-oug probability that one or moi-
��uoujan.'n:_ wj]] ba detailed for duty
la the P/aser, au-j if B training snip
is also located in these waters our
Doble rive, will be endowed with a
Well  merited dignity.
DAMN. BUWiUKS
MOB Jt.tl��. STOKE
Maple I>-a? r',i[is and Sa,ir-ers
90c PER DOZEN.
5-inch Plater, per dozen  ...
6-inch Plates, per dozen	
S-Inch Plates, per dozen	
Soup Plates, per dozen  	
75c
.  85e
$1.00
..90s
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.      ;
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We buy for cash and sell for the same
ttieke   8ensationa|   Raid   on   Big   London Shop, But Are All Captured in Act.
London, Aug. 27.���a watchman
named Smith, at the establishment of
MappJn & Webb, Silversmiths ami
jewelers, on Cheapslde, fronting ih_
Bank 0/ England and the Roya] _x-
change, struggled oui of ths door a .d
fell Id a state of collapse. His cries
of alarm were answered by a number
of   conatablc_   who  found   him   badly
Westminster
Transfer Co,
wfflce 'Phone iae.     Barn   Phone 13?
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
OurNew
Fall
Suits
ARE       HERE. JUST      THE
GOODS YOU WANT. SINGLE
OR DOUBLE BREASTED. ALL
THE NEW PATTERNS MADE
BY THE CELEBRATED 20TH
CENTURY PEOPLE SUITS
FROM
$2010 $30
CHEAPER    SUITS
$7.50  TO   $15.00.
FROM
PHILLIPS
THE   WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
SUITS
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Xew Fall Suits arriving makes it necessary for us
to clear out all our Spring and Summer Stock of
Suits at once. To do this we are selling the balance of our Summer Two-Piece Tweed and Worsted Suits at one-third reduction.
$15 Values for $10.00
12 Values for 8.00
10 Values'for 6.65
One-fourth off on all Spring and Summer Three-
Piece Tweed and Worsted Suits.
$25.00 value, for   $18.75
22.00 values for     16.50
$20.00 values for    $15.00
15.00 values for      11.25
If you know
the correct styles.
If you don't know,
exactly   th.   sort   of  suit    you    want
you'll find the choicest modei�� in all
then  we  shall  be pleased to
assist you with the best ser.
vice  In fitting you  psrfectly with Just the sort of suit you "ought
to wear."
Half-Price Straw Hats
The balance of our Straw Hats to clear at;
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$3 00 Straw Hats for $1.50
2.50 Straw Hats for 1.25
$2.00 Straw Hats lor $..oo
1.00 Straw Hats for 5_c
Finish the season with a new hat.
REID & CO.
GOOD CLOTHES, HATS AND TOGGERY
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
ONLY A CARLOAD OF NEW PARLOR FURNITURE ---..
and 5  p e:e  suites:  odd  Parlor  Pieces;   Ro-r.an Cl
Rockers.  Centre  Taoles,  etc.,  etc.       We  cert. - " "'
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LEE'S
Furniture E
Le.-'s   Block,  C: ui
^Porium
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Easterbrook   Milling  Company
tourne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR I
IMPERIAL    $7.25  per  B-
HU'NGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75  per  Be
TERMINAL $5.25  per  B"
HINDOO   FLOUR $4.50 per Be
McQuarrie & Co..
<T   STREET.
Fi.ont and feed mei
New   Westminster.
A
For Tired and Sweaty Feet
RYALL'S  FOOT POWDER
use}!
It!
does its work.
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 5'
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School Text Books,
Scribblers, Pencils,
and aii School Supplies
GO   TO
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers. Newsdealer-
successors to J. J. MACKAY A CO.
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WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
hiRh-clasi building materials
than It is to purchase Hie P001"
er kind. We can point to
buildings bul't with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some otherl
that need repairs all the tune.
But they were no: built of our
materials. See Whsrs real
cheapness lies?
I
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware Is the kind  vou give the brl.lv.
Ksrid to last for lifetimes���flu hnr heart with pride;
Kind to give the couple to cheer them all through life;
Kind  that pleases Hubby and also pleases Wife!
CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'8 A ND HAMILTON WATCHES
mm, m, pork
Frssh Pork   Sausages dally.
Bast of Fsrmsr's Pork.
PAcinc
Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEIHY ft /.NDERS01.
Columbia St ATURDAY. AUGUST 28, 1909.
THE   DAILY   ^T^Wg
fAOE F1VK.
Children's Week   j SPORTING NEWS
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
. S. Collister & Co.
EASTERNERS WANT IKEFEKEE IS CHANGED
BIGGER INDUCEMENTS AT LAST MOMENT
WHERF?
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.
Champions of N. L. U. May Ask  More
Than $5000 to Play  Here at the
Provincial   Fair.
_3nz""r"
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[twill payto buy your groceriesfrom
C. B. DEANS
i |   Carnation   W beat
! Pkg 35c
\
lu   bulk,   -1
lbs.
25c
|o]il-n    We
12 ni   'In
_ '
t   Baking Powder,
 20c
. i baking powder.
. sugar,    $1.20
Scb.nine's   Best
der, per tin ..
Baking   P
.   25c and 40c
Chicken Boup, 2 tins for . .15c
Clark's Pork and Beans,
for	
cans
..25c
Fresh   Ground   Coffee.    Bpeclal
at, per lb 25c
____*__���
Children's School Boots Tl
The Old Country
Boot Store
We are specializing   in Children's   School   Shoes,   suitable   for  all
lids of wear and weather.
The DICK BOOT for Boys   w_ specially recommend, the soles are
flterproof and  wear   like  iron.
Also the well  known  LECKlE  BOOT for Girls.      We  have a few
i Country   lines.
Also the WESTON   IRONCLAD;      every   pair     warranted     solid
ther.
Prices  Away   Down;   quality   high.
The Old Country Boot Store
G61 Columbia Street.
J. STEWART.  Proprietor.
Our
Sale
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WE HAVE SOLD A BIG LOT OF SHOES SINCE OUR MID-
I SUMMER 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
0Fr FIRST COST, SO WHAT IS OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN.
C��ME   TOMORROW.
SALE
SATURDAY IS THE BIG DAY OF OUR
YOU
F0RE.
NEVER    BOUGHT   FOOTWEAR   AT   SUCH   PRICES   BE
TA'S SALE WON'T  LAST    MUCH LONGER.
N0  SHOE  DEALER CAN AFFORD TO SELL 8HOES AT THE
ICES WE ARE  VERY LONG AND STILL STAY  IN BUSINESS.
C��ME  TOMORROW.
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\'i_ 27. Charli _ Welsh,
u'1"1 h, ,.- negotiating tor two
��� . ������, the New Westminster
und champions ol the N L r. savs
the Ni �� Vi tmlnster
i li viij. J
'' l!l Tins ih easterners claim is
bardl to pay expenses
u ii he can noi make this
11 fan) wi.: he wil] make other ar-
rangemi ni with Montn al toati ad
He will nol Btate definitely thai thla
arrangemi a bs be, i, made, however.
It tl,. lath :. tm , omes ii I. not to
lie for the Minto cup,
Walt
Mill
n     Place   of  ''Chub''
Quigley���Public   Opinion   Alone
Can   Stop   Rowdy  Work.
CRICKET
\
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Urickei
The
Clubs        ^^^^^^^^^^^
Cedar Cottage team at Moody square
ibis afternoon. 'I'li, New Westmin-
si, r ��� am wil] be us follows; P. C.
Lashmar,  T.   Oddy,    .1.   II.   Vidal.  C.
Judd,   'III    Sle riif.   C    S.   bheiTi.i.   c.
18.  Cooke,  '���;   c.  Dav y.    Rev.  C,  W.
Houghton, W. Hatt-Cook, P. (Irani
Tl,,. New Westminster team was
di :- ited by the <'��� dar Cottage in Vancouver lasi Saturday, and today hopes
to ri turn the compllm nt,
Captain   Tomml      I lift ird,  of    the
Salmon  Bellii ceiv, i  word  from
Vancou vi r  la ��� evening  to  tne
effeci thai    Ch i     Q iigl, j    whom be
fair  wiii offer Jointlj  with Capta n Matheson of tbe
between   the | Vancouver team had chosen to aci a.s
one ol the refei .������    i..r tod ,;��� - gan -.
would     lie  unable  to  act,      Captain
Gifford  Imm diately   go   *,     commu
nlcation   with    Mathesoi   again,  and
the result ol the negotiation - was the
rhe.ee ,,i' Walter Mlllei ol  Vancouver
I., take   Mr.    Qulgley'g   place.      Mr,
Mill, r Is an old lacrosse and baseball
playi r,   bui   in,lay     will   be  his   liis:
appi arance on the Held as aii official,
The  managemeni   oi    the  local   lacrosse Blub is In  hopes thai all supporters of ih,- New Westiiiiiisi. r team
wlll turn out to the game tbi- afternoon.     Tbe    disgraceful    sc v
aeied ai the lasi match isi Vancouvei
W. E. FAI Ffi 612-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176.
NIGHT   CALL  81.
HORSE RACES
eleven will do battle with the  ''-|-llsl,'<l all lovers of the game, bul
it i.s to be ba],eu thai on this account
the better element wil] no< a*bsenl
themselves from Queen s park this
afternoon* The presence of a big
majority of cl, au sport at the game
lr Uie only way tu Nhich the rowdy
eiet_eni  car  be discountenanced.
LULU ISLAND
Six Races Daily,  Rain   or
Races start at 2:45.
Shi
me.
TRAINS   LEAVE   CARRAL   STREET   STATION,
1:00.   1:30,  2   P.   M.
VANCOUVER,   AT
FOOTBALL
JUNIOR  LACROSSE
Fourth      Street   Evens     Things   With
East    End    Aggregation.
Fourth    streei    evened    things up
CELTICS  ARE   FAVORITES
FOR   PEOPLE'S   SHIELD.
Calgary, Ann. -7.���The Celtics of
____^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ .Vancouver defeated a picked team
with the Last bud in the new junior frorn    Manitoba ^^^
city  league  by defeating   their oppo-|
nttit.  to the tune of five tu two  last
evening.      The teams have now each
Holms
E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN,
BLOCK, COLUMBIA  8TREET,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
:one  game   to   their  credit,  and   their
BtandingB     is   now     equal,   the   third
game in  the s_rle_ having be n a tie,
Yesterday     evenings     match     was
hard and    close.      Moth    reams  had
been     practicing      bard,     and     both
j showed excellent    form.     The    East
: Enders appeared    to be better stick
! handlers   than     their     opponnts,   and
! succeeded   In   scoring   their  only   lwo
| goals   right   on   the  start   Off.     After
| that  Fourth  Street got  busy, and ran
j the boys from the East  End ofl their
Ifeet.       Th..   Fourth   Stre-t   home   in
particular showed great  staying power.--.
For     tb*     winning     team     Murray
i scored four out of the flv��> goals, the
I remaining  one    being    made   by   Uo-
herty,     Pottlnger was the only scorer of the Kast End.
The teams lined up as follows:
Kast End���Goal, S. Mortison;  point,
'Sinclair;    cow   point,   Day;    defence
field,    Watson,    PotUnger,    T.    MacKenzie;  centre, Knudsen;  home field,
Henderson,   Udell,   PenUand;   outside
home, Salt;  inside, Daw.
Fourth Street���Goal, M. Mortison:
j point. W. Mortison; cover point,
I Archibald; defence field. S. Lane. K.
[Gunn, Doherty; centre. Ennis; home
, field, li. Gunn, H. Lane. Armstrong;
joutside home, Swanceski; inside
home,  Murray.
Ot.  Mannering acted as  referee and
Nelson   Kenny  as judge of  play.
 Yesterday  afternoon
I by 3 goals to 2.     The game was one I
lof the  best exhibitions  seen  hi re  for
I some time, and the Celtics are strong;
favorites for the People. Shield when j
they   meet   Calgary   in   the  finals   to- I
morrow.      Robertson  scored  the  Hrst
goal    for  the    Celtics    on  a penalty j
kick In the first half, and in the second   period   Cruickshank    added  two
more.     Manitoba put up a hard light
but the boys from the coast were not
to  be denied    and  the    game ended
with the Celtics leading by one goal.
A meeting of the British Columbia
Football Association will bo held in
Nanaimo on Saturday, September 4.
YfcSTERDAY'S RACING
S-ll-
1'airv
SIXTH   REGIMENT  TEAM
WINS  BARLOW   MATCH
Ottawa.     Aug.       27.���Tli-     Barlow,
match,   for  teams  of  four  officers  '"' '__.
any regiment, 500 and 6tm yards, ten
shots at each range, was won by the'The team
sixth Regiment, with a score of 361
Tlie Lansdowne aggregate for regl
mental   teams:     First,
FIRST   RACE���Four   furlong
ing   maiden   three-year-olds.
1, Tern's Trick;  2, Solved;  3
Ring.
SECOND     RACK���Five       furlongs,
selling  three-year-olds.
1, Blameless;  2, Bold; ..Beaumont.   |
THIRD RACE���Five and a half fur- |
kings,   selliug   three-year-olds,
1, Korosilany;  2, Balnade;  ::, Escal-1
ante.
FOURTH      RACE���One    and    one-1
eighth    miles,   selling   three-year olds.
l, Goldway;  2, Lazell; Ij, Sir Angus.
FIFTH   RACE���Six    furlongs;   selling four-year-ods.
1, Colbert;  2, Cheers;  3, Valoskl.
SIXTH   RACE���Five  furlong.,  selling  three-year-olds.
1,  Ben  Stone;   2,  Bucolic;   li.  Lady
New York's latest styles and patterns
have just arrived.     These Suits are
made  to keep their  shape,  and are
made only by expert tailors.
LET US  BE YOUR   TAILOR.
GUARANTEE OUR GOODS.
WE
J. EUGENE BROWN 6. CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
of    seven to pull against
IVancouver Trades' Council in the tug-
Jof-war   will   be   selected   from   W   -J-
Tenth   Royal  Sloan    (captainl,    D.    McClennan, E.
Grenadlera, score 1529;  second, Thir-! Routley. W. McLattchie (Street   Rail-
teesitb    regiment,    Hamilton,     X01B; Iwaymen),  Ted   Carty, A.  Macdonald,
third,   G. G.    F. O.,   Ottawa,    149.;
| fourth, Third Victoria Rifles, Montreal, 14HS; fifth, Sixth regiment, Vancouver, 1496.
All-comers' aggregate���Winner, Sgt.
Russell of the G, (1. F. Q 334. B, C.
I scores���Stuart. 2Slt; McIIarg, 321;
ISclater, 300; Youhill. 820; Milne, 811;
llioult, S18; Perry, 814; Taylor, 298;
I Forrest, 325; Mcintosh, '_',i7; Stevens,
1300; Humphreys, 889,
J. Wood and P. Poulsrti (Bartenders),
K. McLeod, H. Harrison and E. Erick-
son (Carpenters). Chief Watson will
referee.
Among the speakers will be R. P.
Pettipiece, western organizer, and C.
O. Young, organizer for the American
Federation of Labor.
LABOR   DAY   CELEBRATION.
Local    Team    For    Tug    of    War l��
Selected.
At the meeting of the Labor Hay
celebration committee last evening
plans were completed for the festival.
COMPENSATE FOR
UNJUST   IMPRISONMENT
..'"'"   Aug  2.    riT. i   , which
,���.-.Y wstice for i9io embodies
will be  like  the
*>��*;. w"ry �������*�������� The^i K8? ls arr,'8,"(1 on th0 roai1
small,   i, ,_ _._?M__>_e Is relative
Project  t.r''.* f0r 191�� emb"
i,,,..,,''^ feet of which wi
���;'������  injugtinahi^!!per_0_*who
ei.. , '.'""'I'lbly  arrvuteri      tu.
)y |n   -. js only $2,000.    But It is
1M,nlM,'r;;rn,;as:;,L-,The."oln'  '"  "rders
���at 8
ing him.
The man may declare that ho was
working a few hours before his arrest, that he receives wages which
enable him to live, that he has a
home, and that he has siever been
convicted. The police inquire Into
this statement and thv unfortunato
man, although he speaks the truth,
has to remain under lock and key for
two or three days. If his statement
Is found to be tru. he is released.
But he has suffered loss by his imprisonment.
Another instance is given.   A man
Is accused of theft and arrested.    At
the   magisterial     inquiry,     witnesses
identify   him   as   the    thief.     He    'a
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     .tried,   and   notwithstanding   his   dec-
sanctioned���the   principle   of  holding laration of  Innocence,  is    sentenced
the    state    responsll le    for    arrests   But   before   he   appears     before    the
examining     magistrates    find  court  of appeal    the    real  tltief    ls
Should  not  have  been  made. Icaught and confesses.    The witnesses
The  new law will operate In cases jar.   recalled,   and  declare they  were
following:    An agricultural I mistaken.    The accused man la then
He 11.leased-     But  he  cannot  demand a
a coin in his pocket.   The law  revision of his t-lai became there ba��
compels  the gendarmes  to take bun not  been a definite Judgment. There
before   a  police  commisslcnarv   wao j lore,  although   he  hag  Buffered   prelum   placed   under   lock'   and | judi_,    ha   cannot  cHllll    compensa-
The Nights
are getting long and the eyesight
In consequence li getting short.
Science, however, hai to some extent overcome the natural decline of the eyesight by substituting properly fitted glassee. .Occasionally we find a case so
complicated that w. cannot correct. When w# meet euch cases
w�� are candid enough to say so.
Two essential things you can de
pend upon In dealing with us;
first, we fit your eyes perfectly;
second, w_ do not overcharge you,
and In every case when not satisfied ws cheerfully return the
money. We have spectaclea aa
low as 50c a pair. Try us for
you.  next pair.
'in   tirliielni    _.    k Y  "'ucrs   mm   plnrv.   under    ock     ana ijuuio
Principle has been  key until inquiries are made concern-hun.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
MARIE CORELLI  IS the doctrine of the women suffra__-
NO  SUFFRAGETTE tes.    She writes:
  "I should indeed be a 'poor creature
London,    Aug. 27.���Marie   Corelil, ��� u \ were a convert to the eminently
'the novelist,   vehemently  denies    the
report that she has be.n convert.d to
foolish course which is
many women today."
unsexlng so
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RESTORATION Of
WESTMINSTER ABBEY
AN  UMKWCLY KING.
ffcc Lion  la  ��  Low, Craft/   Br���� km*
m   trtpd   Demi   of   a   Cowsr_
The "t-is of blasts," (Jecla.-ea a writ
er u;-,_ the hous of Africa in the Met
ropoHtan  Magas.ae, _ cn  us:...' _- ted
English Watchmaker
Gold WatcSiea for _a.i- s tn a $12 i
up.
Oldest   Portion of Historic
-
nuisance. The stock owner loathes h._r  $6.00.
tee   tbe   haroc   he  causes   amoug  t_��  .,'_���
$7.a0  up
Church   Undergoing   Ex- ��*-'���'   ���'-'-������ - ���'���'
b :..    He ii  ������     ������  -  :: -  -.-:._
tei sive Repairs.
.:
: ;
un-
.     ot
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.   -,i   K r* .      tbe Con)
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.....
. r
���.
rauli lestitu       f *
.-���
Ilsed    s tbt
..tory of :..
now tented
Ci.a,
: ���    "      ' tool
l    i Norman   ���: id ire I    - ���'��� i  -  ���
eratiom    een divided up into com]
i .    ,.
rni '  ���   .
"... : .  .
Chape   ol
P bands   not  ot
'via!-,  bu;  of  thi    Bl Lt
��� 't, left ..:,-. . icbed.
r,  the  bricl    ;
been  removed, th- floor
i ���     been   repave i.  and    a    tboi
restoration on conservative  lin
be o  carried  out.    Thus an  in:-   ���   I
ing and even  handsome  bu :.!..-..
cludiriL- rhe acient chapel of Sl   Dun
.i.n   bas been __������ fit I buIi
able use.    The building In   ;    -vn ls
it   eighty  feet   ln   length,
i    .1-     ���!���-.���;-        tl     building 1
to bi    ���    .       a museum ol '���'���"��� Btmio
ster objects. Ii will not be long,
ably, before ������'��������������� dean a.d c.v. ' r ol
the abbey afford the requisite fa   ll
ties to ���';..   p ���   I,   for viewing a portion of our gTeat national Ban tuai   '
which  will come aa a revelation arid
a surprise.
asaius:
A pal:
cf 11 _i _.-.  ���'.:-1 i ���-; -; where gau.-- b
sasirj    iW   oable and make a col-.u
srable (their real honu
Ll ti.
ff the lion sl< - .... y ss much as _<
c.juld eat be would ; ������ ess hateful, bui
he will often slil four or r.ve oien acJ
eonterr himself with devonrinj onl)
tl. s entrails of one.
He In a lov cr_.ty brute, one thai
takes no risks, for, unlike the leopard
he will never le::;. a wall uiilc._ Le can
._e what is ou tbe other side. A p.-i'e:
fence woald _ him awr.y from >
herd of cattle provided tbey did no-
break out thr-. .... terror ..' bis growl
Ing :���.: : :. - Bl ...
TV 11 m's roar Is 'l.e subject of an
���tber _ -..on. Not that be is IneapabU
of rc'ii-:.:.- tbe i i t terrible, awe Id
q lr.:._   -       .   ��� livlni
_   but    ������ - ��� ��� :��� he !s roariui
be li harmless. _ is the li-jn whicl
keeps qo et th tl       i be feared for ai
s rule the male sa I  fei ������  vork is
couples, an.I the une that makes tht
noise is merely driving the game dowr
the wind 11 the silent partner.
In a single respect only���on the scort
of strength���does the lion deserve h!t
name of   "king   of   beasts."    He  car
'.-������nt
���   :;-_.
-lng a
Watches,    gents'   ���������.-_  ���
Watches,   gents'  opta
for    Waltham   and     _..
pecialty.
F.  CttAKE
Twn   doors   from    Geo.  Adams.   Qwoi < T
SPECIAL AUGUST SALE!
CiS_S-Y
Singer
Mail Service
Mills   and   Corju.t-
Cen-.ral Park
Following are the hou.--    :   .   ���   .
an.j arrival oi toills at   be Ne* Westmlnsti i | ost office, uie houi givi
each case being the ho ir oi i
which io half an ho ..���   a   a rule
ton   thi   a    ial despatch    Ail
unless oth ...   vaied. are  ���
ed an I received daily e.\c .
The   ��� a ��� ...    al hed   and
ceived Sunday are the ''���   N   R   S,  ll .
and C. l'. i:  ��� a I mails, no: incl nding
the   way   mails,    Sapperton,    t ���.    ���
Wills and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
i      ���   - :..  Fraser
laui.
p.m.���Vancouver
an: Fraser Am,.
I        ;, :n.���Ka.-t Birr, i y. '��� y <    .     ���
���  :. m.���Bur |   v COUtl-1
.iv  pjn.���Blaine  aad    Seattle   in-
(       ng iiii U. S. points.
9  10   j, rn.���Second   Mail   easr    and
losed  mail  from Sumas. and  ���-'   ���"
nc    lng U.  8   A.   matter,  and  also
Fra-e-  Mills.
Railway Time Tables
E.
6:00 a.m. (cio__; at ^ti . o'ciock
the previous mghw ��� \'anuou,er via
G. N. K. Owl.
8 a.m.���\ ancouver and Victoria v.a
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. H east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mail for ACbotStOrd and district, Clayburn and district, Uunt.ng-
don and district, and Matsqui are des-
patched by way o; Vancouver
. a.m.��� lila.ne and Seatt.e, Including all U. S , ..!..' east and soutQ;
and Halls Prair,-'. Fernridge ani Haz
eluiere. on Tuesdays; Thursday.- and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall Prairie, Ha-
selmere an! Fernrldge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train on Tue- lays
Thursday,   and   Saturdays
11:00 a.m.���Van Victoria and
Central Park, via Ii.  C. Electi c Hallway.
12:30 p.m���Strawberry Hill, timberland and South Westminster, by
courier I '1 m sdaj and Fi I I
1:30 p.m ���ll-      ;. . -. couriei
.: ��� v p.m        . .    iner
2:00 ������':���-���
".:.��� <���:<'i pi Sal irday) .adnei r i
Guichon, We -1 im Islan an i Sun
bury  dallv . ������      ��� .  i '.'. oo :-.-. ard
T'i - lay   Tl   - - lay and  Saturd
M. i".  Bruce.'       fSteveston n tl   ���:��� -   a.m.
;   -       | ai     ���    '   ������     na Vani    iver.)   Lv. Seattle 8: IS
Vani OUVI and _ pel
E - I. R  north
'&  j SI come I
Pon. K<v ton     i Tuesd
Thursday, Fri    ...    I Sal .1 v   _yi
bead on Tu< ind _    : tj , Don Ac
cord, '1 nesday an . Friday.
... iver ami Ii irnabj
)ak<-. via B C. Electric Railway. Saturday an ext despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this tiour
Blaine and Seattle including all U
P. points eas' and south, via U, N. it
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Seem,] C. P. K.. ean, r ra
ser Mills. This mail takes the to!
lowing local i< laces: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond. Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz.
Lytty.n, Lillo'.et, Spcnees' Bridge. Nicola and district, and all Doints east
exee-pt Kootenays.
C. E. R. Westminster Brancn.
WeeK Day Scneauie.
Cars leave Vancouver iv: .sew V> t.:-
iii,usLer at _._.', 6:50, i.-o auu s.'jv
am., and evei.. __u houi ,..-.u,;��� .-
until  li;Jo   jj.ui
Cars ;-.a\e .New \\ c_tniius;er for Van
couver at 5:60, 6:20, 6:50. 7:.u anu
i:ltli a.m., and every _a,f _au: '._e...
a:"ter  until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver lor New West
min '���..- at f.OO and a:1.' a.-.n , an:
every _ _.lf hour tbereaftei un..
11:30 p.m.
Cars lea\- New  Westminstei ��
couver at 8:00 a.m ,  v i ��� -. ���   ���.
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Li-
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie,  Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
Best
Ever
Schools open on Monday next
and we want all students, both
young and o'd, to remembir
that MOREY'S BOOKSTORE
is still In the lead with BOOKS
and   SCHOOL   SUPPLIES.
Our scribblers    and    exercise
books   are   the   best   valu;   ever
offered.      Don't    buy    until    you
have seen ours.
TWO   SCRIBBLERS   FOR   oc.
on   Monday   next.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665  Columbia  street.
J
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
Great   Northern   Railway.
-v.  N.W. S:."0 a.m.;
I-m.
Lv.   X.   W.   11   h.m.;
I'���.'���'������
Lv, X. W, _:32 p.m.
p.m.
Lv. X. W, 12:10 am
a.m.;
p.m.
Lv.  Seat I- 4 : 35  p.m.;
,i in
Lv. Seattle V    5 p.n
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
by  directing   u,u  to  the  store   where
ar.  Seattle 3::i.o  you can see the largest siock of new
a   I  second-hand goods of all kinds in
3;55   the city,
I l.ave a Bplendld Cream Separatoi
9:4,i    or sale, nearly new.
Com    and -��� ������ how much more you
7:15   can   gel   for  '���   I      n  ney  here   tl
elsewhere.
lug    [ guns,   imbrellas, type-
vrll        ind light   mton a��ic machln
,- ��� ' c eles a Bpei laity
Seattle
Seattle
ar. Seattle
ar,
ar. X. W. 2:66
X. W, 9: I
N.W.
N.W.
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HAND    STORE.
olumbia  St.      "Man un the  \\ hei
Seeing Machines. fiv?
draw.r. drop-head, latest model, %i2:
$5 down and $3 monthly; or $41.60
cash.
Seven-drawer     Machines.     S54.     $5
drag a large bullock over rough groan,   down and $3 month'y:  $43.20 cash.
with the greatest ease; he can carry a        Vl  old  machines   ta ten   at    I
mule on his back, after hoisting lt ther.
by some strange sideways jerk of bi- i  ^   m ���   . ��� '
head; be can leap a live foot fence vrltb
a   full   sized   donkey   gripped   In   blj
mouth.    Otherwise,   speaking   from   8
bi ���'���.   years'   experience   in   the   Hoi
country,  I   have  no  _-~i;ution  In  'I*
scribing fhe king of beasts a.s a fraud
81  h-ast SO far as  his alleged  nobliir*
Is concerned.
His   regal   attributes   lose   some   at
their glamour when one learns that thf
so called monarch frequently lives foi
day�� at a time on sucb plebeian f_cl
as  field  rats,   and   the  vision   of  tb��
kingly creature sitting patiently on I
flat rock waiting for the rats to com*
out from  underneath  is  a rather us.
heroic one.
Call and see 'or yourself th; snaps
I hav; for August sale Orders by
mail   promptly  attended  to.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
> ������'    ������'  i ^"'-        _.   .   _ ���������.-������ ..    i
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
Xew Westminster.
Theo.  P.  Young.  Prop.
Mails   Received.
in
It
6:45 am.���Blaine and Seattle,
eluding all U. S. points, via G- N
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday., via B C. Klectric
Railway.
9:00 ��o 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry H1H,
by courier l Tuesday and Frldavj.
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via O. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, fori
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Wood
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and recaived via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first .Tain) ���
G.  N.  R.��� Port Gulchon.
Leaves Xf-w Weptminsier on Tues
day at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
citv. Leaves Thursday. 4 p.m . ar
rives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturdav at 9 a m
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, D;?,0 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 pm., Thursday and Friday
Leaves Gulchon (I a.m. each week
day;   arrives   8:50  a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. daily except   Sunday;   ar.  Gulchon   at   7  p.m.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER SPRING
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE'
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year I
BETWEEN
li. i��s
,J^_JI___U____- .
IMTD ~_I_.F_rT^.W
You will find It to your advantage
tc arrange your booking at this offlce
whether you Intend to travel or send
ng for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of lr;land   August 27
Empress of Britain  ..   ..September 10
For other dates and particulars an
ply to
E. GOULKT.
C. P. R   Agent.
LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
MEATS
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Central Meat^Markef
Oornar Eighth St an.    fifth Arenas
PHONE   170
���OWELL A  OODr    proonators.
The Daily News
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them during the dav
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the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPCR
The Daily News ,RDA
y, AUGUST 28, 1909.
WATER NOTICE.
caveat or certifloata of   li.,  pi,
being filed within kucIi period, or '
d, ;,,,iii of   redemption    before
THE   DAILY   NEWS.,
PAGE   __.V1_.-N.
'   ���       _
Vl" ffCv   ti.uioii, you uml each of you will
"' . .',_,.,, j[ forever  estopped   and   debarri .
1   -     Range One.
Ubert   Hunt, of
t
,  occupaUon   farmer,
for permission to
,. bl. eettlng up anj  claim to o,  In followln8    ^rlQM
f'lIllIIIIIIl ���������- ���'������-���"������}  I
YY, M.di ivivnyoniirii,., ::;���,;",K;,���:"8
i:ii:iiii
AT The HOTELS. Society
*
���
divided
publish,
will    lie   good
thereof.
Dated nt tho  Land Rei.
f th�� lake   New WestmlnBter, Province ol
.    ��       l:;.,'.,.; Columbia this  in. day oi Au
(Indian D., 11909.
.. '       0|   diversion
..    rrom  the
Oili
lying
containing    160  acres
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S,  II,  FORD,  A Kent.
i'   ��� '���   ' m   6th, 1909.
Ul B
(d) Th. quantity
1
W. s. KEITH,
Dl   rlc    R    Istrar
I',, Charlotte Coopi r, J ami.-  And' r
son     Laldlaw,    .).    Laldlaw    i.   a
,,i   George   I'.   Wells,     William   .M.n.l,,ni
1     '      S_.t_r power Smith, Edward James Thaln
.1     ��a' I     l
I ,n ,,i electricity 	
trial  and com-
irticularly  In WATER notice.
machini ���>
���
l,
I thi   operation
Notice Is hereby given thai
ror which  plication win be mini.- under I
i '.  ;���,_,.,- are suit- ni tli,- -Wai,,- Ae,, __o_,'   ,	
(fj     Th,.   pre-   Iiv n ie   in   Iln-   Municipalit)   0      ,:
ffater i.  to '���"��� "���'">��� Division or I.-,i  inn
,,vi; high tide i    (a.) Tne name   addrei
..;  ih.   riv-r-  (g) .'i"'i of  the appllcani  i-  II- i .
..  1.1, ii,,. water iK llamson,     142    Westminster
neral Uie pOW- Vancouv. r,   11.  C.
' i, , traction, light-     i  ., Tin- name of the laki
r- ,| cturing and    all 'ii unnamed, the description) ,
,
oast   Range One.
tlce ihat  John  Johnson, ot
B   c. occupation,    sale.
. apply ior permlss oi
the  following  deBcribto
Commencing at  ;,  post   planted ot
non     hore of John island, an Is-
n I    etween Kees isi;,ml and Davies
I, ited,   I .ii,- 6th, 1909.   A.-
iv   the   whole  Island, contain-
e or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
I'- r  S   II.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated Jun.  6th, 1.09.
I'i 'i '   ������-     Range One.
Take no Ice that James waison, oi
'���   ������       IVI       11.   C .  occupation,  farmer.
Intends to ipplj foi permission to pur-
, ,,, other purposes known, rlBlng In Lot ni", rum       In ,-ii!i_e the       iwing described lands:
t'ou ��� ,.    ;,   po-t   ;,lamed  on
the   noi , ore or    Owl island.
Dated   I ii e 6th   1909,      Applying for
the who.,. Island, containing 160 acres.
mon- O;   li ss
JAMES  WATBOiN,
Par S.  II.  KORD,  Agent.
Dated   June   Hth,   lle'H.
Russ ||    Hotel.
Pit1   l.ak,
PI      La.
Pitts
....
- iver,
Seattle
)    ���'��� Fraser Mills,
C. M. Ri .....
.1.  s.
D. A. McKee, Ladner.
!''���      AH'   1,1   ,,,||.      \-,,iM   .,:,.,   p_
l��. Jacksciai Vancouver.
I'.  Howard,  V
(I.   Al | .     \ | ,,,,,.
Geo. ll. \\i b ������     Vancouver
Windsor Hotel.
-1"! '1  McDonald, Chilliwack.
I'. M. M irraj   I hi liwack,
Aii x   .M <l ni,'   . Baltimore,
,1. Di......  ,.   Vancouver
W.  Frost, A11.ion,
'I' o. Aikiir and wife, Seattle,
Alex  Holding   Lacg
C   H.  Leltch,  Vancouver,
ll   .1. Felch, Ellensburg
Jam, s  Kor, Vancouvi r,
W, .1.  Mcintosh,  Lai .
.1. C. Tboma     Toronto.
L, .1. Connor, Vancouver.
imrS, f5> -" �� Si n
fc   S-_
HUB
I
_
,   applied,    (ii   ii  a  southerly  an,I    wesi riy    d
. | for power or through Dlstrlcl  Loi  in. Bunn
��� -.'ill,.-   the   piaee      (c.) Th,- polnl of diversion Is ���
i,, ;��.. returned to  100   fe.-t    south    of a Btake n
, and ihe differ- Block one (1)  iu i ,��. northwi      i   i
tween point of dl- ner of DlsMct  Loi   in
i(.'      .        v   ol'     rel urn.     Tlie
eturni ,1 to river near
|    . an I differenc. of ele-
',int of diversion and o.i   Th,. character  ol   thi   propo     :
,   aboul 3'id feet, (j)   works   I- to  nm    power    machinery
I.ui 1   hit'nde I to  be .unl   electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
.Mi ,, .\1,,: t.i.i Inl. superintendent of
the Royal Columbian hospital, lm?
n-lin ned from a vacation spent at her
home in  Red Deer, Alberta
* *    ���
.Miss Katherlne Duncan, li. A., of
[Toronto,    who    has      been    visiting
friends .in il, citj and Vancouver for
several week . left iliis week tor h.r
home.
* *   *
Rev. .1. ... Henderson on I'm- ,i ,\
lefi for Toronto to repr Bent British
Columbia ;,i I hi i onferi nee ol tl,. ,-
eial ami moral reform leagues of the
Presbyterian church ol Canada. He
. will he abseni tor :, month.
* *   ���
Mi.ss Chandli rs of Sun Francisco is
iln- guesi ,,i her aunt, Mrs. T. L.
Brii^s,  Hollj   Mount. Royal avenue.
4,        *        *
Mr. an.l Mrs, .1. X. Davidson ami
family of Neepawa, who Bpent several
weeks wi;t, rel,live- In this city and
Vancouvei and other coasi clti s.
left yesterda) for their horn,..
��    *   ��
Mr. and Mis Humph.) Edmonds,
m.i ter Gifford and Fred. Edmonds,
l.-fi for their hom,. In Kamloops o-i
Thursday after Bpendlng several days
in II,is city wis.llm- Mr. nnd .Mis. J.
.1.  Jon s.   Royal  avenue.
/if**0
meets   you   '-alf-way
all  your   work in half the
time if you follow directions.
Sunlight Soap-absolutely-
pure -saves clothes from in-
jury   liantlsfrom roughness���
��� from    /~\    drudgery.
idi Th,- quant.���. of water app I
for iin cubic feet pei Becond) i., vv..
(2).
, ���
hi-d b]
1*
���
proposed  works  will   Irrigating,
acies.    (k,   Thi. no-      n.i The
premises    on    which    th
District  of  Coast   Kaniie,  One.
Take noiice that Hergeta Anderson
intends to apply for permlssli n to pur
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation. lady,
1  on   the   7th   day   ol   water is to he used is known as Block Ichase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, tlie largest island in the Indian group. Dated June Cth, 19U9.
Applying for the whole island, containing  CO acres  more or less.
BERGKTA AXui.RSO.V
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Cth. 1909.
and  application     will    he one  (1), two  t.j  and sixteen  (l'l/  in
;.   Commissioner   on   tbe  District Ixjt 114, Burnaby.
./August   1909,     (1)  Give,    (g.) The purposes for    which    the
���nim aod addresses or any  ri- water is lo be    used    are    domestic,
I   j_i       ors or licenses who or ||>ower,  light and  Irrigation.
... likely to be affected,    (h.) if for Irrigation describe    the
::���:      .   works,  either abov��  land   lo   be    Irrigated���about    twelve
|elow the  nutlet,    B.   F.   DlcklnB, ��� (12)   acres,
mrer, B C. (1.) If the water is to be used tor
Sent J)n Approval
To Rksi'onsihi.b People   * ���:-''���'���-,'
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
E_e Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
Mrs. (lor,l,,n Grant of Victoria  was
n visitor in  town during thi   week.
Miss
from  a
Marlon   Martin  bus   ri turned
visit  to Bowen Island.
���.,;:  ol  the    Memorandum   or'|>ower or mining    purposes
iclatlon ol  the   Company     whlcli.the place where the water la
orized  tl,.-   proposed   application
| v ���.       Ii  as follows:
Th-   " .-���!its  for    which    the
-    ��� ibllshed and to whlcn
the Company  are    restricted
h       ii  tl d of water and water
Jt.- i y .-���������  :is of unrecorded wa-
I, ���   purchase of wn-.er re-
|s or water privileges for (a) Con-
ting   and   maintaining   works  is none.
describe
to he relumed  to  som,.  natural  channel,  and
the   difference  ln     altitude     between
Iiolnts of diversion  and  point of return.     Th,.   water   is   to   he   returned j
about   two hundred   (200)  feet below i
in same channel and about sixty  (60) !
feet lower,
j.l  The area of  Crown  lend  intended to he occupied hy   the   proposed
Mrs- Edwin J. Rothwel] entertained
at a very pleasant little tea on Friday.
Shildrlck. The bridesmaid wns Miss
Hop. Wardle, Bister of the bride,
while the groom wag supported ''>'
Mi. Tom Clark of Victoria. The
bride wns given away by her father
i the presence of a hug,, number of
friends. The brtde woi ��� a beautiful
gown of white silk, while the bridesmaid wore cream solene. After the
ceremony the wedding party to the
number of about forty. Including the
members of the choir, partook ot a
dainty wedding breakfast _i the residence of the bride's uncle, Mr. Henry
Morey. The happy couple afterward
left amist showers of confetti and
Mrs. S. A. Fletcher and family hav- flowers, in a carnage to Vancouver,
returned from their summer home,'-" route' tor Sechelt, where they will
at Sunnyslde, Others returned to,s|>ond their honeymoon,
the  city  are  Mrs.   E.  J.  Phillips  and
$
.00
Iric works,  power  houses,  gener-
��� ind such other appliances
conveniences  as    are  necessary
lk) This notice was posted on the
14th day of August, 1909, and application will  be  made    to    the    Oom-
Sep-
jpi per for the neneratlng of elec- mlssioner  on   the   15th  day   of
fly. or el ctric ;��>wer, or any other torn'cr.  1909, at 2.30 o'clock.
of (tio   ., ��� .1   power,    and    for ,|.>  The  names  and    addresses    of
Ismltting the  -ame to  be  used  by any    riparian  proprietors or licensees
I''     ti    or by  persons or com- who or whose lands are likely to be
���  .  Ing  with  the company affected    by    the     proposed      works,
u   .   motive  power  for  the ithcr above or below  the outlet arc-
machinery   or ,),,.  crowii,  11.  IJ.    Scott,    Vancouver.
,'           ng or other works or t�� ind E.  Pakhman, Vancouver,
. rhe Company to con
fers for heating  or as a    motive
e mg tramways, or for
t-       illng,    lifting,    pumping,
|tise. crusl lng,    smelting,  drilling
ling or  for  any  other opera-
whieh it may be adapted  or
.- supplied for or in con
(do. with any other  purposes for
������ieiiy   or   electric   power
led or required,    (gl For
M-ri__   water   and   water    pover
iW    tor  ise  application and dls-
f        by erecting dams, increasing
''vl  3f water In    any    existing
I ���-. or extending the ar.-a
rtlng  the waters of any
Jfam, por,! or lake Into any other
^tin . nr channels, laying or erect-
.   or  flume,  pipe  or  wire
BtrocUng any  raceways, reservoir,
Dedtici  weir, wheel,    building,    or
JN erection or work which may be
_utrf.j  In  connection   with   the  im-
HORAO .   WILLIAMSON.
4 12    Westminster   avenue,   Vanoouver, B. C.
LAND   ACTS.
District  of  Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that    Frank  Jacobson, j
of Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation, far- ]
mer, Intends  to apply for  permission
to   purchase   the  following   described
lands:
Commencing at a  post   planted  in I
a small  bav on north shore of Bend
Island.    Dated  June  6_..   1909.      Ap- \
plying for the whole Island, contain- j
lng 80 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June 6th, 1909.
District  of  Coast  Range  One.
Take  notice that Adolph   O.  John-!'
son, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, j ,
Tanner,  Intends    .   apply   for  permis- ] '
scribed lands:
sion  to  purchase    _ie    following de-���
Commencing  at  a  post   planted  on
the north shore of Crib lsiand.   Dated
June 6th,    1909.      Applying    for the
whole  Island,    containing    SO    acres I
more or less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June 6th, 1909.
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Artlclts
ior only
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paid
to any
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Bt limn
Hull.
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art
Exact Silt
family, Mr. a��d Mrs. T. J. Trapp and
family, Mrs. G. O. M. Doekrill and
family, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Major,
Mrs. T. R. Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Lee and family, Mrs. A. H. Gordon, Master Huntley Gordon and Rev.
and Mrs. C. W. Houghton and Master Gordon  Houghton.
Mrs.  R.  H. Gordon is in Vancouver
staying with Mrs.  R. W. Hanuington.
Mrs. G. W.
visiting Mrs.
street.
Boggs of  Vancouver ls
Albert    J.    Hill,  First
Every pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. __lid Gold���cul
ou right hand may be ha,l
in e.iher our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpai-I
ent. as desired, either in]
plain or engraved fiuiili,
aa preferredl
Toil m.T * ry thl. pta . w��k,
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.ntireljr i.tlif.rt,���y in .very n��-1
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Cry o. nrr li our f.me.n end \
Po|..il.r  Rn. On  Ink   _jnc,l,   ���
��� , let. im, proof triad, a. t**t
c.rn.d   Ir.    any   pomlon   tn
, [.ocket o, ibopplnt b.r..rriie, atl
.ny   .i.^-l. .1 tir,tto..ch.    I'l,i. f
I num    (aprln.)   feed.   Iridium I
foint, poliihed.ulc.nirwl ri,Wl.er I
......   teir. cotta   Unl.b.     I.-i.    I
I .verywher. for t!W. Afenti I
wanted. Writ, for termi. Write I
now "left you forget''    Addrea, I
|"Laughlin Mfg. Co.*|
Ma)titio Bldg.,
DttrotL Mink
A quiet but very pretty wedding
took place at 9 o'clock Wednesday
morning when Ethel Glover, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Wardle of Hope. B, C, was united in marriage to Hugh Llewellyn, eldest son|t,le east-
of Mr. and Mrs J. J. Jones, of this
city. The c-remeny was performed
ln Holy Trinity Cathedral hy Rev. A.
Miss Myrtle Starratt of Vancouver
is the guest of Mrs. L. B. Lusby,
Royal avenue.
Mr. F. J. Hart, and his son Kings-
ley, who have been on a visit to Newfoundland,   returned   on   Friday  from
60   YEAR3'
EXPERIENCE
��� ��� ���
Mrs. G. A. Hyde, who has been
camping at Blackie Spit for the last
two weeks, has returned to the city.
Miss H. Jones accompanied Mrs.
iHyde from the Spit, and is now her
guest.
BETRAYED  LOVER   IN
ORDER TO SAVE  HIM
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
intends  to  apply    for    permission  to  New Westminster  Land   District, Dis-
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 27.���ALbert
Alessl is locked up in police headquarters awaiting the arrival of a
���policeman from Ellizabeih, N.J., to
take him back to face a charge ot
Anvnno sending a eked, nnd dccriivtl^n may lalnvlnff two nf hlu countrvmen
}nlcklyiia_r_l_..ti. opinion free tth.Uier an Staying t��0 OI nis count! J men.
Inveniinn is probahiy patentablej, Communlo*. It was the woman Alessl was to
t^t^^s^H^A^&SSS^    marry, Mrs. J. F. Romano, who caus-
^S^WlStrSi.^"-"���1"    ��.   WS  arrSt ,.,?etr_t' n0ttl�� PUnlSh
-   - ���-      ������ - him for the killing, but to insure po
lice protection for him, ag she feared
friends of the dead man would sev>k
revenge in their own way. She believes he acted only in self-defence,
and she does siot want him assassinated.
iptCUUriu,.^ .  win,-,-a. a_i-i_w, mm.
Scientific Hm\\m.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any set entitle journal. Terms for
Canada. #...75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by
aU newbdealers.
MUNN ��Co.��e,B"'^ New York
Branch oalco. S26 F 8t_ Wssbiagtoo. tfc C
purchase    the    following      described
ands:
Commencing at  a po-t planted in a
mall hav on north shorp of Berry island,  dated  June  4th.   1909.      Apply-
ng  for the  whole   island,  containing
100 acres more or less
OLE BENJAMIN  ANDERSON.
Per  S.   H.   KORD,  Agent.
Dated  June 4th. 19.9.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
'"���'��� Bl and use of the said water Vancouver,,   B.    C. occupation, lady,
water power or by  altering,  re- Intends to apply for permission to pur-
';o_ extending, improving   repair- chase the following described lands:
or rr.alnta.nlng  anv such  works, I    Commencing  at  a   post  planted  on
part thereof Ithe north shore of Klaoltsls island, a
INOOTTVER   POWER  CO'Y    LTD. j small  island south of Turner lsiand.
Plptiaturei   p,   H   w   Hope ' A   E. .Dated  June  6th.   1909.    Applying  for
the whole island,    40 acres more or
les
B��c_   Direotors.
J. V  Armstrong, Secretary.
D  0   Address, Vanoouver. B-..
he Vancouver Power Co'y.,
06B
DORA ANDERSON.
P_r S.   H.  KORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
L'NO   REGISTRY   ACT.
Tike
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
on, farmeT,
mission   to
''    ���       ���   that an application has;v B   c.   o^upati,
Jo   register Annie Ryder \mvaiM  t0  appJy   for  per
"'ner in  fee  simple,  -   ���       -
��� 'tile deed Trom Sidney A.
Annie Ryder, bearing date
purchase    tie    following     described
trict of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the  following  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1469, thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence north to coast, thence following the coast line to point of commencement.
WILFRID DOUGALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, .Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
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lando:
,   ,   ���" ���-���-   ���������������;      Commencing at  a  post  p'anted  in
Il -l Y A, ?��� 1906 ��r a11 and I bav at northwest corner of Davies
that certain parcel or u-act .^ Dated June 6th 1909. Ap-
and  premises  situate,   lying    , ,      f     .h    whole lgland- contain-
WwSfter In *'  dStr'.Ct *, KS7 B 200 _cres more or less.
""iis v, in ^e province of Brit-'
' olumbia,
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2. New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1757a, issued in
the name of William Oleson, has been
filed ln this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof ln a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said oartlficate unlesB
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
I_nd   Registry   Offlce.     New   Wcst-
ninster, B. C, August 2, 1909.
more particularly
7n -Ulll described as Lot 23, Block
'''' ��� . I-, 16 and 17, Block 4; Lots
'.; v 16 and 17, Block 6; Lots 4,
a- 3 and JO. Block 9; Lots 1, 8, 9.
��������'} 17 Block 10; Lots I, 8, 9, 16
Jd'" Block 12; Lots 4. 5, 12, 13 and
look "v    .    L0ts l' 8- 9- 16 aiul n-
Ij0's    1, 8, 9,    16 and  17.
JOHN OLSEN.
Per S.  H.  KORD,
Dated June 6t_i, 1909.
Agent.
plock 16
Ots  1    s
Blork
103, ,;r.'
ind
Jo  l
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson.
of Vancouver, B. C . occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore ln 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.
District of Ooest Range One.
Take  notice  that  Jacob  Jacobson,
'���"ts 4. 5. and 20, Block 17;
9. 16 and 17, Block 18;  Lot
21, all subdivisions of    Lot
r. ,. "JP 1.    Lots 10, U, 12, 13, 14
���;��� Hlock "K" subdivision of Lot
^"P !���     Lots 24, 25, 26, 27, 31
. Hlock 1;   Ixta 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
I     '���   12,   13.  14, 15,18.   19   and   20,
6-and I- 7,16- Block 5-. I-ot�� 1. 8, 9
".Block 15,  Loti 4, 5, 12.13
n, "lock  9,  subdivision  of  Lot
jo',' _>, nP   '���      tot   '-   Block   4   ot
You _ ;ro.p lt Map174- ���-������  -���
funder l J* clalmlnK through oii'of Vancouver. B. C. occupation car-
|an\ i, ���;!',' iLtld a" persons claiming;penter, Intends ��o apply for permt.
W��f an- ���,S' , �� said land b>' virtue sion to purchase the following de-
|all  person.    ,.red   in8,rument, and scribed lands:
Ithe said i ,'lalmlnK any Interest ln ' Commencing at a post planted oa
Ps nn, r, Y, y ,1*-acent. wh��se title ,the southwest shore of Mound '-slind.
lof th i 'rwl um,er lhe Provisions Dated June 4th. 1909. Applying tor
paired to p Regl8trV Act,- are re- the whole Island containing 80 acres
IVUrclw _. ""'^f1 lhfl claim of the tax more or less.
tie   ,1,, li"n   twenty    days   from I JACOB  JACOBSON.
I fiot|(> ���������'. JY'   p,ll,llcatl��n  of this [ Per S.  H.  KORD, Agent.
i. and in default of a     Dated June 4t_t. 1909.
New Wellington and
Banff Anthracite.
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers 4 Preston
Office, Front St, Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phono 106.
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WORTH YOUR
We are selling out
our line of Crocker}' 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 remem-l
ber that you can
save money while
dealing with
LOOK!
City News
An application for water record aas
��� .. :.  - te       T. Amano s loggl I  wh ���
two Inches from the Ro: ���
for  loggint   purpi .-��� -
Bi ��� ��� sortment of Door
3d its nnd the pric* -.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
__-::_   gird-n a:
one 184.
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying, use
Muir's HUcbfizel Cream
We also  hav> all   kinds  of complexion   creats   and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'. DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
PUBLIC SUPPLY SIORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
WfSTIV.li.STER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Our school was organized for tbi
purpose of preparing young men and
women for business careers and to
supply business men with competent
office   help.
NIGHT SCHOOL
Personal instruction is given to
every student In our night school. We
conduct school on Monday. Wednesday and Friday evenings, beginning
this year Wednesday evening, September 15th., for the purpose of offering opportunities of study to young
men and women employed during the
day. It admits on an equality both
sexes, boys and girls, men and women,. . Students may enter our classes at any time and take such subjects  as  they  may  select.
No   one   should   hesitate   to  enter
our evening school.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
61 O Columbia Street
TRADE
Owner will tradj for good farm land
improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue.
New Westminster Splendid view.
Monthly rental $25, Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS
OF COURT  BLOCK, VANCOUVER.
_"?_-:____
Our  entire  stock   of   LADIES'
WASH SUITS and CHILDREN'S
DRESSES to clear at half price.
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
A  young    I UaSka   C
_E iu -.- :
���
- ipi . rhe pn
.  .     tnelr
I.- :".';���    Iiii:
' ..     ,
If  you   are  looking   for  a
or for a Ioi   tion to
call on t...   .    tiers   As-
tion ol B. C;  ������'��� -       v        Tl
��� ral good :    perties for i
��� .-    :���      ish or on t 198-6.
For :.. t-ciass i it  :������ wers   ind
Df Fl   ral   ���'���   : .   :-  -. v ...   Davl
Greenhouse, RMS
Wong, a Chinese cook ���     : at
i..   Royal i\y,-. U j.    fo md de id of
��� failure a:  his  shack  In C
i     esterda Hi   ha 1 retired I _ ���
tly   quite  well
Bu. ������������:. le  thi ;���   an
chi ip a ndepend nt.     We
of 1       ��� ���
-.- and In-; -'   ���       at Co.. Ltd.  :��� I
.   tel ��� ������ ���        choice holdin,
at Appleland.     A  .-. ������
fruit   listi :��� -.   along thi   line ol
.;   I     ...    t.-ic Cfailiiwa nd  V.
V. <v E. Clow la .-.        Rail way
-������ ���   :, excel), in the prod n ti ���:.
t all fruits    ' Iome al on ������ whll a
��� .and.- are s.lliug cheap and let u-
��� ���-. -  this sec::  D -\\ ��� :,-���
We  can   - .1    flr -.   U a,    ti:-.- --.   an .
:> tracts ou easv terms.      .
J. Hart k Co., Ltd
Harry Orr    accountant    for  GUie;.
then Is hack at the desk aft��-r an
uncomfortable   time   followm.   an   explosion    on  his    gasoline   launch   in
which he suffered seven- bums,
Starilng Saturday. August 21, '..���
B. C. Eli Ctrl IS   ipegon ears
will  make one extra trip for th - af-
commodation   of    the   Ne-w   Wes
ster people att-nding the ho:.-.- races
at   Minora   park,  Lulu  isiatil       Th
��� Sap erton car will leave the office at 11:30 p.m., ani the city car ai
11:20 r.m.
A number of tenders for new roads
in the municipality were let ?t the
meeting o: the Burnaby council held
last _v__ing. It was decided to hold
over the tenders for the .uilding of
��� . new wing to the municipal building for the consideration of the special committee.
A lawn party and social will be held
at the residence of Mrs. C S. Keith.
711 Royal avenue, on the afternoon
of Tuesday of next week. The affair win be held under the auspices
of the Beulah Rehekah lodge and the
proceeds will be devote/1 to I. 0. O. _*.
home fund. Members of the Beulah
I: -kah lodge are requested to attend a meeting at the residence of
Mrs. Keith this "-veDing at ?:30.
Be sure and attend the free garden
part} at Mrs. Claude Hill's residence,
Burnaby Lake, on the 28th inst., fr iin
3 to 9. Refreshments and sports of ;
;all kind's. Gifts of fancy and UBefttl
articles will he sold; also baskets ot\
lunches. Between '���'. and 4 o'clock
carriages will meet the cars a: Dou-
glas road station. Proceeds to be
devoted to St. Alban's, Burnaby. 197-3
A  public  meeting of  the  residents
of   the Chilliwack   rural   munic pality '���
has been called for this afternoon by
Reeve Kickhush to discuss the advisability of having an open Beasoo th s j
year    for    shooting    cock  pheasants, j
According    to  reports    native  pht-as- i
ant.- are more    numerous    than  they
have  been for the past two or three
years.      This    is  the    first  year  ol j
hatching    for  the    Mongolian  pheas- j
ants released som- months since, and i
it is  urged  they should be protected. |
Mr J. A. Birmingham, the western
traveling secretary of Yh- Brother- j
hood ol St. Andrew's, win give an I
address on Sunday morning at Bt ,
Barnabas E] iscopal church dining the
service, and during the evening bi r-
vice will give an address in th Ca;h-
edral, After the evening service Mr.
Birmingham will bold a meeting for
men to which are Invited al) mtu who
ar- Interested in tu- work of the
church- On Monday evening a meeting under the auspices ol the St. Bar-
nabas Chapter of the brotherhood
tt-.li be hid in Si. Barnabas vestry,
to which all men and boys are ask d
:o   aitend.
I
617   Columbia   Street.
NOTICE,
Impounded on  Augusi  21 st, a dark
rei Jersey   cow.     Unless  r-deemed
>��� September 2, win t,- gold to defray
(���xjienses at 10 a.m.
Don't Forget the Place���
Chamberlin & Co.
.'SHOE STORE
Lavery Block,      Colombia St.
I ���������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
I Snaps in Lots
LINi;L$_25S.   TERMSE C0RNER-5 M'NUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE-���6x145   FEET-
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS '
Edison Theatref   X     2 L0TSp NEAR M00DY p*rk; woo,- terms.
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Weo
nesday anil Friday. Special matinee
for ladies and children Saturdays at
1:30 p, m.
X       These snaps are money-makers.   For further
X particulars apply to
IF. J. HART & CO., Ltd. .
������������������4 >��������������������������������������������������������������������**�������*�������*����*������������. Jl   _
r Another  departure at the
i Aggressive  Store, (iAfter-
Supper Sale I'
We are giving After-Supper buy.
eis the biggest plums in the shape
of merchandise values that were ever picked in this
store, or in any other town. Keep your eye on the
clock and be here promptly at 7 o'clock Saturday
night.
We have prepared liberal quantities of each oneo/
these great specials, but the rush is liable to dean
most of them up before closing time.   First come,
first served, is the rule.
Hand J3a��s
NO ROOM FOR A LOT OF
HAND BAGS. ASSORTED
STYLES. REG. $1.25 TO $2.75.
AFTER SUPPER SALE PRICE
75c
Lace Collars 35c
ASSORTED STYLES LACE
COLLARS AND WASH
STOCKS. REG. 50c TO 75c. AF-
TER SUPPER SALE PRICE
35c
Kid Gloves 75c
TEN    DOZEN    LADIES'   KID
GLOVES; ALL COLORS
BROWN, BLACK. WHITE
GREY. REG. $1.00 AFTER
SUPPER   SALE   PRICE
75c
Cotton  Hose 15c
20 DOZEN ONLY, BROWN,
BLACK AND WHITE LACE
AND PLAIN COTTON HOSE,
SIZES FROM 6 1-2 TO 9 12
INCHES. REG. 25c TO 35c.
AFTER SUPPER SALE PRICE
PAIR
Neckwear and
Belts 25c
THERE WILL BE A GREAT
CROWD AT OUR NECKWEAR
SECTION AS LONG AS
THESE VARIOUS LOTS LAST.
ASSORTED STYLES IN NECK.
WEAR LACE COLLARS.
PLAIN STOCK. ETC. REG. 35c
TO 75c. AFTER SUPPER
SALE   PRICE
25c
LADIES'      - BELTS, ALL
STYLES AND COLORS PLAIN
LEATHER, SILK AND ELASTIC, HANDSOME BUCKLES.
REG. 35c TO 75c. SALE PRICE
25c
Undervests 10c
NOTHING LIKE HAVING A
PLENTIFUL SUPPLY OF UNDERVESTS. PRICES LIKE
THESE   SELDOM   APPEAR.
LADIES' WHITE COTTON
UNDERVESTS, ON SALE AFTER 7 PM.    REG.  10c, FOR
Hosiery 45c
HOSIERY COST,-,.:..,
REQUIRES RENEWING EVEN
IF YOU HAVE A GOOD SUP-
PLY. IT WILL PAY YOU TO
BUY  AT  THESE   PRICES.
WOMEN'S BLACK LISLE
HOSE LACE BOOT. FULL
LACE AND LACE AND EM-
BROIDERED. USUAL VALUES
55c TO $1-00. AFTER SL��PE3
SALE   PRICE
45.
WOMEN'S PLAIN BLACK
CASHMERE HOSE. REG. 50c
SALE  PRICE
45c
Ladies  Blouses
75c
PRETTY DESIGNS. EVERY
ONE OF THEM���AND WELL
MADE- YOU CANNOT BUY
THE MATERIAL AT THESE
PRICES. SIZES 34 TO 42.
REG. VALUE $1.25 TO .1-��
AFTER  SUPPER  SALE PRICE
75c
15c
10c
Ladies Fine Cam"
brie Blouse. it)c
LADIES' FINE CAMBRIC
BLOUSES, 5 DOZEN ONLY.
AFTER SUPPER SALE P��|CE
25c
STORE CLOSES S P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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