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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
WH" WESTMINSTER,  B.C.
n��Vv west
V.U'MI
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
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NKW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,  SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4,
11)09.
FIVE CENTS PET. CO_I.
E i MOURNS
M iS. WARWICK
Lain, vt Beloved Native
Daughter Were Laid to
Kest Yesterday.
mourned not onlj  by relatives, but ,
*__ entire city, with me history of
to li�� Camilj i, cloBely connected,
, m remained  ol   Hie  late   Mrs.
���,rwlc_ was l.ud iu Us fii��] resting
��_. resterdaj afternoon.
f?L'_._  call   came   us   a   release
L a long period ol suffering, ana
_T_o*ledge ei ""- k*. somewhat
fcl-d  '-lie d*eP  Srlel   of   relative.,
'' when tbt- end came.   The
���,il,uli  tlie  Int.-  Mrs.
ROYAL CITY OF III. WEST WELCOMES
y [mud:
*'. rejpecl in
Erwlck ww   held    was  eloquently
like:,   ���  the Hood of Uoral tr.b-
JZiiiiii'li poured into the residence
\irn-. Btreei  from ihe  time when
Ami BUB��unc-_ient of the demise
*v last moment be
ll tlie funer!i''    At thai ume there
LV. r 150 separate emblems, cov-
, ii_ lowei    Hour of    the  Home,
u,.,    . .    lay, and  later tlU-
Ibk unlj  tlie hearse,  but  several
mutt io overflowing,   Man;,   were I
���'. ... .,     u. until 111,    W III I
"'I'.;. . Ions   of   regret  at-
t,'-. : i.;. coming trom as tar as
J/i__ an-1  from   all  parts  oi   the I
{.na. ibe ���   ���   Mrs,  Warwick be-
rjdelj  i.i,  ... a.      The  most   beau-
|foI of all was  sent   by   the   Lad.es
| of St, Paul's Reformed Episcopal
Itait.. repi   - ntlng a   roken column
, dove alii mug  thereon,    ibis
j.e nu taken Into the church dur.
j-:.. servlci
Bpeclal sen were conducted at
|_ Paul's church by Rev. A. de B.
|kd anj Rev  Dr. Juliu Keid of V.C-
(i_..;.  Id ::;��� nd uf the family. By
request ot the late Mrs. War-
icl, her in" i  Mrs.    Burkett   pre-
|W at ih.- oi ...ii. and in deference
ith- men.'.:;, of the deceased, the
In ue- church occupied   during,
in lifetime by   the   late   Ma"B.   War-
iicn. wa�� closed mil draped 1" white
(total.    Tn-   choir   sang   "llest   for -
���e Tolling Hand,"  and   Mr.   Herbert.
bllv tang   Bavi i by Grace."
] The remains  were  interred  In   the ,
nily plot, nexl to the grave oi tm
|UaWm. Johnston, lather of the de-
Around   the  grave   stood  a
��� nun        ol     mourners     and
-ii. Including all the aldermen of
I dty, and    the  children   ol     the
jm*. Wreatb Guild ot the  church.
1 fall--.n.       .vi-     Mayor   Keary,
.J. Mathers from the citizens; _.
Miiwell v, it. Gilley, for the
lta; and .1. A, Cunningham, M, J.
I-'-'���-. ��� Native   Sons. '    The
Inierj wen i barles Warwick, hus-
fcllllof the leceased, il. K. Warwick.
1 8 Ulster, VV. Lane, brothers-in-
K W, .1 an i U. Elmer WarwicK,
|��., J. J.. VV, ll. (.1.  u,  A.   11.  aud
H. Join, i ..,, Qers; Hugh and
���Burr. um li in 1 a n.imber of rel-
fives lrom I.. ���.;.���, and Port Moody.
J^e funeral angemnts were con"
f'���''������ '��� i W. K Kal.s. The doral
P��t. wer,       follows:
Ur. aad Mil VV. ll. Nesbltt tloral
{"ifl'; Mr,   and    Mrs.    .1.  A,  Lee,
rdr;.  V"   '-'���      InMlste,.   Council   No.
|U., T. ni j. trlangli ; Mr. a.id Mrs.
��� ,A- Dll;" m   star;  Ladles' A|,i St.
Pls H   I    . _urch, p Ilar tOd dove;
���-aud Mrs. j .\. Cunningham, cres-
rtui Mr and Mrs. Chappeil harp;
FY;1 Mn Uavld Price, Ladner,
t.ar; Maj    Daj    Committee,  heart;
J'-and Mi., i   s. Annandale, heart;
���r.UMh Oalbralth    and    family,  harp;
pr and Mrs, s. i;   Tldy, sickle;  Dr.
I ni        . ,;' M""'''    Vancouv ,-,
I ," Hv        Mill  li.-ivs.
\A" "��� branch.      Sprays-
1. "  '""i  Nl Chu.  Seymour,  Mr.
I;     ',, v    ��� Munn, Mr. and -M.s.
IY  M""' : (Udner),   Mrs   Coa-
WHO HELPED TO fOUND DOMINION
Homely and Unceremonious Greeting is Gratifying to
Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal.
DEVELOPMENT DOMINANT KEYNOTE Of THE WEST I HAS GLIMPSE OE DAILY LIFE Of THE CITIZENS
APPEAL COURT
IS CONSTITUTED
Order-in-Council in Current
Gazette Brings Act of 1007
Into Effect.
Honored Guest Breathes Sentiments of Lofty Patriotism Receives Address From City and Sons of Scotland and
City Destined to Be Credit to Pacific Coast��� Meets Farmers of Fraser Valley in the Market-
John Stuart's Advice Decided Caretr. Visits Royal Columbian Hospital.
'  Page Three),
About 100 guests sai dnv.li at the
luneiieou to Lord Strathcona ,n St.
George's hall yesterday following the
function at Albert Crescent, The
luncheon was served by -I. M. Kenny. Music, both orchis ral and bagpipes, had been providi d. Speeches
were brief owing to the limited time
at the disposal of the party. Sir
Edward    Clouatua    was   not  presenl
having preceded the main parly to
Kiiskin, to see the Slave Lake Power
works.
Principal Guests.
Mayor Keary occupied the chair.
and among those presenl were, in addition to ine guest of honor, and bis
grandson, Mr Howard, Commissioner
C. C. Chipman of the Hudson's Bay
Company, Winnipeg; Mayor Douglai .
r1. Id. McKechule and Goodman of Vancouver, John Hendry, J. X. Ell-s,
president of the Canadian Club, Vancouver; Buchan Buchan, vie -president, and W. Skene Becretarj oi the
iboard of trade Vancouver, Hon K.
Carter-Cotton presideni of the executive council; J. D, Taylor, MP.; H.
T. Lockyer. manager Of the Hudson's
Bay Co., Vancouver; Walter Moberly.
C.   E..   the   vet'V-.*i     engineer;   G.   A.
Keefer, resident engineer, department
of public works; W. Norman Bole, K.
C ; Thomas Gifford, M. P, P.; John A.
Lee, president, and Geo. Small, vice-
president ol the Westminster board
of trade; Aldermto Henley, Gray,
Adams, and Smith; T. .1. Trapp, president 11. A. _ I. BOCiety; Rev. A, hi
Ven, representing the Sons of Scotland; and Sheriff Armstrong.
Arrival of Haggis
Tn,. luncheon   was  marked   by  the
arrival  of  the   Haggis,  mad.-  by   Mrs.
l.i.in. and borne in due form by  Ken-
neth   Adams  and   J.   Linn,   duly   ber
aided   bj   the   eight     ptpers.      Peter
Peebles stepped forward and read the
accompani lng  lines;
Pair in" your honest, sonsle face,
Great chieftain o- the puddin' race,
Aboon them a', \    tak your place,
Palnch, :r"c, or thalrm,
Wee] are ye worthy of a .race.
As lung's my arm.
I
His knife see rustic labor dlght,
And bul  you iiii wi' ready Blight,
Trench ng    your      gushing      utralla
iuigln
Like ony ditch.
And   then,  nil    whai  a  glorious  sight.
Warm-reekln',   rich.
Ye powers wha1 mak' mankind your
cure,
And dish them out the bill o' tare,
Auld   Scotland   wants,   nae     8kinking
ware,
That  japs in  higgles.
But if ye wish ber grfctfu' prayer,
Ole  her u  haggis.
Messages   of   Apology.
At the conclusion of the proceedings Mayor Keary rose and submitted the loyal toast, reading messages
of apology from His Excellency Earl
Grey, Ueiit.-Gov. Dunsmuir, and the
provincial cabinet, Premier McBride
conveying his felicitations and statin- -In- cabinet hoped to be i .presented  by their president.  (Applause.)
,f. A. Lee, In a brief speech, gave
tbe toast of "Canada." Canada, the
land ��'e love, the country of opportunity, the land of the Twentieth
lemur-, tiie young iu'ln's country,
required no words from him- They
had a magnificent example In such
men us Lord Strathcona, who was the
truest type of Canadian, though coming  from old  Scotland.
J, D. Taylor, M. P., replied. It
was because of the work ot Canadian
Btatesmen of whom their honored
guest was one, that Canada had
passed so well through the formative
singes li was due to the efforts of
the company with whom Lord Strathcona bad been connected all his life
that British Columbia was preserved
to tlie British empire. They remembered the cry of -'al.40 or hgbt." when
England thought little value ��t this
country, bu' the Hudson's Bay Company bad urged its retention and bad
also the honor of maintaining the
first fleet on the Pacific to preserve
their  forts.
President of Council.
His worship thin called on Hon. P.
Carter-Cotton io extend a welcome on
behalf of  the  provincial  government.
The present condition of British
Columbia, lis development, advancement and bright prospects were due,
he said, ln no small degree- to the Ol-
forts of Lord Stt-uthcon.i. When
Ihey recalled the tremendous effort
of the C. P- R. thej must honor the
courage, perseverance. deti rmina-
tiou and lb* greai faith in the future
which alone sustained the promoters
in their arduous task. They might
rightly compliment Lord Strathcona
on what be bad done for the Dominion of Canada, and especially for B.
C. Those whai had visited Canada
during the years his lordship had
been high commissioner must have
realized llle valuable assistance he
had given to its development He
bad done mure io make Canada popu-
lai in the mother country than almost
wery one else. He hoped they
would iu eleven years be celebrating
the centenary of Lord Strathcona.
(Applause.) His lordship had expressed hla surprise to all on the
wonderful development which bad
taken  place    since  he    was   last   In
tfllllllll.lCil      I'll
Pagi
i hree).
Lord Strathcona, pioneer of Canada
and ont of the greatest of the bu-lders
of Ihe British Empire, has come and
'gone,   but   his   visit   will   be   long   remembered   by    the  citizens  of    New
.Westminster, not  so   much   from  his
Tame as a financier and a statesman,
���as for  nis simple manner of meeting
the  people.      Not   content   with   the
formal visit and program, his lordship
took every opportunity to  learn more
of the city,  its  history  and  its prospects, showing a keen interest in the
1 stories of the early days, and a strong
desire   to   meet   those   pioneers   who.
[ like   himself,   laid   the   foundation   of
United Canada firm and strong.
Lord Strathcona made his appearance on tlie steps of the private car
lEarnscliffe yesterday morning to fund
Yi. pipers' .band marching back and
[forth on Columbia street, and he took
' occasion at that time to express his
'pleasure  at  the  compliment.
Shortly afterward the high COmmiS-
i.iuaer entered a carriage and was
j driven around the c'ty. under the
guidance   of   Mayor  Ke��!-y.
Drive   Round  City.
Accompanying his lordship in the
leading carriage were Mayor Keary,
C. C. Chipman, chief commissioner o1'
tiie Hudson's Bay Co., J. A- Lire, president of the board of trade, and in
the carriage following Mr. Howard
grandson of Lord Strathcona, the ai-
dermen, and prominent citizens.
Driving down Front street, the party
visited Ilie city market, where the
distinguished visitor was given three
rousing die- rs, and addressed the
marketers,
Tbvfi the Royal Columbian Hospital
was visited and bis lordship was
greatly interested in the Institution
which he assisted In building. He
went through Uie wards, uilk ng with
some of the patients, and then visited
the kitchens, asking many questions
as to the equipment, accommodation
aud number of patients. From the
hospital the party drove to Queen's
park and thence to the Crescent.
Above the Simon Fraser memorial
monument on the slopes of the grass
covered hillside were grouped some
1000 of the children of the city, who
received Lord Strathcona with rousing cheers. Tlie old gentleman's
eyes kindled with pleasure as he
hHiked upon the merry faces around
him. Led by H. I). Mackness. the
children sang ln unison the Hist vers-
of the Maple Leaf, loll owing which
Mayor Keary read the address of
welcome from the city,
Sympathetic   for  Children.
His  lordship  read  the  formal  reply
to the civic address, but afier he had
finished, be again turned to ihe group
around  and   In   bis  halting  voie. al
most inaudible from a severe cold.
he spoke a few words ex tempore. He
expressed his appreciation Of the welcome that had betn given him in
warmer words than those in the address. "When 1 see these children
before me, these children on whom
we must depend for our great future,
it is a great gratification to me to
know ihat they are being trained to
take their part in this great country,
destined to become a great nation."
Turning to Mayor Keary, Lord Strathcona complimented him warmly on
the manner in which he had won the I
confidence of the citizens of New
Westminster,
His   lordship   expressed    his  disappointment  at  being  unable to attend
the   unveiling   of    the   Simon   Fraser i
memorial  monument    owing  to sick-1
uess,   and   thanked   the   speakers   of ]
tbat  occasion   for  their  kind   words
regarding    his    uncle,   Join    Stuart
the companion of Simon Fraser.
Rev.   A.   E.   Veil,    d si rici    deputy
grand chief, on  behalf of ihe Lord of
the isles Camp No. 191, Sena of Scot-'
land,   read   an   address   of     welcome
from that body.     Following the reading of    the    address    Hester Gllb"-t
[Adams, son of Aid, George Adams, In
Highland   costume,   and   wearing   the
many  medals  which he bus wen fori
Highland   dancing,     presented     Mis-
Frances   Howard,   grand-daughter  of I
Lord  Strathcona,  with a bouquet of j
flowers, bound with the Stuart tartan, i
Rev.   Mr,  Vert   also    presented    his
j lordship    with  "a    sprig o'    heather
grown in the land of our adoption,"
A  Pathetic  Link.
After reading the reply, Lord
Strathcona added a few remarks.
The skirl of the pipes wer.. sweet to
his ears, for he was a Highlander on
both sides.
The children sang "God Save the
King,"  as  the   party  left   the  scene.
Before leaving, the visitor requested the school trustees, as a personal
favor to him, to grant a hall holiday
to th school children of the city.
Among the many persons presented
to Lord Strathcona during his visit
was Walter Moberly, iho pin ver engineer of the C. P. H. who, after a
chat whieli both heartily enjoyed, informed his lordship that representing
the old timers of the city and dis.
Diet, he had been delegated to read
an address ot welcome to bis lordship, but  time did not permii.
The address of the old-timers,
which Mr, Moberly wished to read,
referred to the early days of the
provtice, and the satisfaction of Lie
pioneers in seeing Lord Strathcona
among them. His lordship was
pleased with 111. good wishes expressed and assured Mr. Moberly ihat
be would be glatl to reoeive the address if it was forwarded to bim.
The long looked for order in council bringing into effect the act ot
1.07, by which an appeal court was
establshed for this province, appears
in the current issue of the B. C. Gazette.
The order in council states thai the
act will take effect from the first of
the present mi nth. bin it will be
some time before tue court can b��
ggt into working order. The judge
have to be appointed by ths Dominion government, and no hint has yet
been given as to who they will be.
Tlie effect of the bringing .nto fore*
of the act will be to greatly reduc.
the amount of work falling on ihe
judges of the Supreme court of this
province, who up to the present have
had to act as appellate judges. Once
the new appeal court has been constituted, it will hear all appeal* from
lower courts, while the supreme
court judges will be able to give all
their linie to chambers and circuit
work.
By a further order in council tbe
Supreme Court Amendment act, 1907,
is also brought into effect.
EXCURSION  TO   LADNER.
Women's   Auxiliary   Preparing   For   a
Trip Down River.
A special meeting of the Women'a
Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian
hospital was held in the hoard o.
trade room yesterday for the purpose
of furthering arrangements for a river
excui'sion to Ladner on Tuesday
evening, September 14, per steamer
Transfer. A committee of ladies
will visit Ladner today iu order to
secure a suitable hali for dancing,
and BUpper. Music will accompany
the trip and ice cream, homemade
candies and fruit will be obtainable
on board.
The public can feel assured that
every effort will be put forth to niak.
the excursicn one to be remembered.
The motive for the affair is nnft-ii.
needed help for the hospital The
tickets for trip, includ ng supper ana
dance, are $1.
THE "GENTLEMAN BURGLAR-
GOES A YACHTING
Boston, Sept. 3.���Clyde C. Bro .
called the gentleman burglar In wh a
trunk the police found $10,000 wi t i
of plunder amassed In this city i i 1
Salem, who escaped from the <
prison Wednesday afternoon has g ni
cruising rn his yacht Savage. '. ua
yacht was passed by lhe Ban_o -
Boston steamer Wednesday morn. ;
off the coast, but no one on boa I
knew any reason why she should I ���
detained.
Brum took advantage of the fa^
that repairs are being made to the
court house and darted away, to the
discomfiture of the iblu'.icoats, wha
were about to lock him Up. He made
his way to Salem, where he lias maintained the yacht in fine style and tu-
tertained a large number of guests*
He appeared to have unlimited financial  resources.
Kurds Fight Russians.
Tabriz. Persia. Sept. 3.���Sharp
fighting with the Russian consular
convoy lasted from noon Saturday
until late in tlie evening at the village
of Marzerglz. The Kinds lost twenty
men, while ,wo Russians were wounded, a column has be-ii dispatched
from I'rumiiiuh to clear Marzerglz of
ihe Kurds on acioiint of their i-'P ated attacks upon the orthodox peasants.
|% Gladly Receives |COLONEL HOLMES |T0 LAY CORNERSTONE
Strathcona Within Its Gates RETIRES FROM POST       OF PARLIAMFNT HOUSE
T";t  '; norabls Lord Strath.
I ",l.'""'  Kouni Royal, G, 0. M.
���    .'for cm   !'; H'8H Oomm-sslom
M0nV._:     ^��r Lordship;
nn.,   i ' ���������'"'   Council and ciil-
Bhlp YYY   ' e��end to Your Lord-
����� New Sl   H"!'"1""  '"   the  City
"   Heatmlnati r.
'o th.8wah0vr^e8 rendered by you
���'-ive ���,;,;, '^, Domml'��> vl Canada
PeopleT_o.y��. n.m�� ri"��il��r to the
0v��t the   v,, ' y  *' Canada.  "ut  all
lhU""ie ali.T""',"' yo,lr vlBJt ^
,0( N��ria___ _ * nmny otters
8ml attsntlcn engage your tlme
���Mt to bei��_!___   Lordsl,1�� ������ ���-
"l" erects h   un?ret��nUous  monu-
Sl"  ly.AY   A" lho memory of
N'coyery u, h anniversary of his
'<.;"""" "ter i, S, ''lv"r    W|"<'1>   was
?_uart. who b. ,y0ur undo, John
tne iim. ,,;  '"�� companlop at
This ,-,.    i
'; ��*-M  It  is on  the
time wh��n In the near future, a great
part Of the wheal shipment 01 the
great gram producing provinces will
seek this port as a suitable outlet to
the Pacific ocean.
We sincerely trust tbat Your Lord-
ship may takt> away with you favorable Impressions of our ciiy and district surrounding, und that your life
which lies heen so long and useful,
may be prolonged so thai you may
see s'lil greater growth and improvement all over this country for which
you have done so much.
Sons of Scotland Greet
Distinguished Fellow- Countryman
Colonel  J.  Pet:rs,  of  London, Ont., is
ls Now Installed as D. O. C. at
Esquimau.
Grand   Master  of  Calgany   Masons  to
Perform   the  Ceremony   on   La-
bor Day.
b^nks
"*, Ks ot,;,, ���; ', as It |��� o��� the
����!��� for v,"  ,''    '';'*"'' river, navl-
"* wharv, LY l:".'" ''"-n  drau_hi   i_
I'  draught  to
-    -'uill-Vl'S     I.     .      ���    -      I-    aaiilllglll     ll
to become a ��J?.e,tto,d- w" believe,
_���."""lf:""n'iv    l;";"""'1 'ls w"'i as
ai* we ar        ','">' ���� Importance,
l<mKI��K  forward   to   tin-
New York, Sept. 8 More than 200
children in a limited district of Brooklyn have been stricken within tie
past few days with a form of infantile
paralysis, Not even the healthiest
children are Immune from the epidemic and bottle-fed babies seem the most
susceptible. Although the d sense
does not appear to be fatal. Brooklyn
physicians believe that many of the
victims  wlll  bv crippled  for  life.
The superintendent of the Brooklyn
Health Department, who yesterdaj
begun an investigation of the outbreak, saiil that the present epldi m
ie Is the f-ui-ih largest of lis kind In
medical history. Great difficulty has
ibeen heretofore found In checking the
disi-ise because little has been known
aboir it. cause nni nature.
! Victoria, Sept. 3.���Colonel J. Peters
has formally taken the command of
military district No. 11, Including
British'Columbia u��id the Yukon, from
Col. J. C. Holmes yesterday. He will
at once take "P bis residence at the
barracks,   vice   Col.   Holmes,  who   is
retiring. _   _   _
Colonel Peters, the new D. C. U.
has been stationed at Esquimau on
two former occasions, being In command of the post about ten years ago.
He conies here from London, Ont.,
Where he has been stationed for some
years as commander or the district of
Western  Ontario.
Colonel Holmes retirement is on
���account of the uge limit. He was entitled to retirement and pension ln
L906, but elected i�� retain his command until he reached the regular age
of retirement,
"1 have been ln Victoria on and oil
since ISS;!'" 8aid Oolonel Holmes.
���1 am leaving now, and only for
i vear or two of travel, in ths coun-
try and abroad- Then I will come back
to Victoria and sttle here permanent-
Claresholin, Sept. 3.���Tlie laying of
the  corner  stone  of  the   new   public
I school here on Labor day gives promise of being a function of more than
Ordinary  importance.    The  stone will
Ibe lad  by J, T.  MacDonald, Calgary,
| grand master of Alberta Free Masons,
land It is expected BOO or more visiting Masons will be here that day.
I    Invitations have been sent Premier
Rutherford, Hon. W. H. Gushing, Jno
Herron, M.P., and others. The grand
I lodge of Alberta will meet here that
Iday and there will be processions and
public addresses from prominent peo-
ple.       	
ly. My present plans are to go with
my family to Kingston, Ont., and pass
the winter there. 1 was stationed at
Kingston for some time during my
early days ln the service, and am looking forward to visiting the place
again, and spending a winter in a cold
climate."
jTo the Right  Honoranle Lord Strathcona,  G.  C.  M.  G.,  Baron  Sl'aih-
coua    and    Mount    Royal,
Commissioner of Canada:
honor to welcome one of the greatest
sons, who has by his own exertions
and the true Scottish sp rlt of enterprise,  raised   himself  to  the  nighest
the utmost ln our hearts, which ar.i
as  loyal   to  Scotland  as  they  are  to
High  this great nation which  We are hoping to build  on  the Nortii American
As  sons  of  Scotland   we  have  the continent. We  heartily   wish your
lordship  God    speed    and   pray  ihat
your useful  life  may  be  long spared
to   us  and   for  the   service  of    your
couutry.
In the name und on behalf of tho
A. E. VERT,
District Deputy Grand Chief.
A. WELLS GRAY,
Chief.
pinnacle  of   greatness   in  its  noblest  Sons o( Scotland.
sense.      We are proud to greet your i
lordship not only as n Scotsman, but
because of the great work which you
have done for the Improvement and
| benefit of our fellow men without disjunction  of  country.      We   feel   that
the tru? spirit of religion shown by     The charge against a singer in one
your endeavors to alleviate suffering 0f Ule ioeal theatres of -stealing   a
, humanity, and  we    cheerfully  recog- gr|p caffle up i��� the city police court
nlc-.e our Indebtedness to your lordship this   morning,   snd   was  immediately
for assistance  rendered  to Canadian withdrawn.      It was shown that the
hospitals and    many    similar public accused had been tbe victim of cir-
j works.      We    recognize  the    heroic cumBtances, and that the^ had been
spirit of the Bruce and Wallace which a misunderstanding all rennd.
j Inspired you ln Britain's time of need
Ito  equip   and   maintain   that   famous
ibody of men, who were honored with
the title   of   which   thv'y   were  justly
proud, the Strathcona Horse.
In the brief time at our disposal we
are unable adequately to express our
feelings of pleasure at having your
Ic -dship visit our city and would respectfully ask you to bei eve that
what  Is  not Bald  In  words ls fell  to
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public holiday, there will be no ���
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   XEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTember
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not  let the  people know anything about it, he would not Sell any.      You  must tell  the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you   an(j
thing of the value you offer them ip  return for their money.      Too many of us have  got the habit of thinking that because  we  have been  a  long time  in  business  everyone mus' of  n cesslty   know   all   about  na      .. ""'
snd  our
wares.      Use the   advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the timet.
WANTED���POUR OR FIVE ROOM
cottage furnished, near Lord Kelvin school. Apply 721 Princess
6treet.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
ROOMS TO RENT.
WANTED���YOUNG     MAN     WANTS    v^-^^^^^^^-_
first-class room and board. Must -.^ rent���FURNISHED ROOMS;
be central- State terms. Apply Terms moderate. Apply 713 Vlc-
W. P., Daily News. torla gtreet
WANTED���TO
nished house,
fice.
RENT,      A      FDR-
Apply at -News Or-
WANTED���A FEW VACANT LOTS
in city; give price, terms and legal
description- peers    &    Ramsay,
New Westminster. l.S-li
WANTED ��� NIGHT WATCHMAN.
Walsh Sash & Door Factory, foot
of  Third  avenue-
WANTED ��� FURNISHED ROOM
with priv-at.- bath; permanent. Apple by letter, 930 Thirteenth street.
201-2.
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan. P. 0., New Westminster. 	
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamher),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 7.5.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
FOR   SALE.
66-FOOT LOTS AT EDMONDS, $150
each, close to Vancouver and city
car lines; $25 cash, balance .1"
monthly. ' Walker Bros,. P. O-
Hox 983.      New  Westminster. 198-6
DYERS   AND  CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, IH5 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibri!���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUK
iveyor. Ellard block, New West-
ininster,  B.  C.	
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING   DP    250    FOR    HACKS  AND
smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Sta-
Lies.	
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. From street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle null machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARRIH-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J- Whiteside, H.
ia. Edmonds,
REAL  ESTATE.
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
boys in the B. C. Cigar Factory at Rea]   },sVMe and   ins���riince  Agents���
ence. C;tVi  farm  and  suourban  property,
_____^__________^���____���_��� 2G0 Columbia street.
LOST.
LOST���POCKET BOOK ON RAIL
way track probably between Third
and Fourth avenues, about 12
o'clock. 2nd inst. Reward on return to B. C. E. R. office.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., HEAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby In the centre.
One  pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally News offlce.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 49S. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan.  744  Columbia Btreet,
ARCHITECTS.
|W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
LOST���LADY'S    GOLD    RING, 10k.. i    Room 14, Dominion Trust hlock.
with emerald set in back.      Finder j. ���	
please return to this office and  re- EDWIN  q.  w.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
ceive reward. Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures aHd supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Rox 92S.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
sione. etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed,
Cojimbia   street.   New  Westminster
WADE, WHEALLER _ McQUARltlK
IF. C Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc, 12 Lorne street, opixistte
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143). and the Vancouver of
flee is at No 5, Royal Hank Chambers. 40N  Hastings Street  west.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKensls Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
h2H^I &jvPEWR^;
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    KOUW   ,
Guichon block      P, o Bj"}   .
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPHY     ...
Typewriting;   i WOfk       ;��D
letters,    et, .
lumbla street
���    work,
rovince  ot_w, �� |
Be 62
THEATRES
CRYSTAL   TII
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public Curtis
block, clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 84.
"- C0LUU.I
pictures; IIubI v Km nun ��1
ous attract! I'mgram change.!
��������� anj Fridav
ibla    street.
Monday, \V��li
THE EDISON i iTi;,;, vm,.A
Columbia and v.it YHU
moving picture i\\mn:f,i s ���
Program changed Mondav. \Ve.__.l
day and Friday '
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
EOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
NURSERY
THE FRASER VALLEY NURBER1EH,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���Kor healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING   &.   DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, .md Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.   New   Westminster.
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will bring him.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FDR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Mldg.-t loose
leaf ledgers; Cowls Carbon Papers.
Phon- 66, P. O. Box 112. Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
GAI.VIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S Til
loring.     A in  .    line  of fall suit,
ing just In.      lv   ,,_ i,;atm. p^v
ing and repairing.    Room 9, SmitJ
block.    Entrance   625 Columbia (
and 204 Clark.-..:.  .���    p_0_. K.JOS
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT __ CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for .1. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
nl .lit.      Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOOUWOKMN'd
Co., hank, office ana store fittingij
cabinet, siair. showcases, mameil
and detail work. I )esl_ns and estlf
mates furnished.
prletor. Works
and car line. 1'
473.
J.   Brookes, pro
:  Comer HI ._tl|
')   boi 251. PHOM
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stor^
and "The Fair,''  Columbia street.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   AND   SELL   FURNITURE i
and  all  kinds  of  new and  second- !
hand goods.      A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the publij
through the columns of THE DAIL|
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEW SI
!
Say, Stranger!
Don't th:se cool evenings remind you that Fall will soon be upon us?
We would like to have a personal interview with you in regard to
your Fall suit or overcoat we have all that Is NEW in both tailor
made and ready to wear garments, and our prices are just a little
bit better than any of th; other fellows.
A call is solicited.
H. ROBERTSON, Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal   Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc'nes for Ladies from $12.75
up.
Silver Watches,
$6.00.
Silver Watches
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty
gents'    open face
gents'  open    case,
and     Elgin
F. CRAKE
Twn  doors   rrom   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
HEAVY 10SS
10 NEW YORK
Export Grain Trade Has
Fallen Away���Many Elevators Busy.
cessation of the grain trade, in addition, will result in 'big cargo steamships seeking business at other ports.
WOMEN REFUSE
ADVANCE IN WAGES
New York, Sept. 2���As a last re
source, members of the grain committee of the New York Produce Exchange intend to appeal to the Interstate Commerce commission on the
ground of water competition in their
fight with the railroads to get a reduced rate east of Buffalo so this port
may again obtain Its share of the export grain trade.
At present, right in the middle of
the open season, when grain should
be moving outward, heavily laden
Steamships are going with grain from
Montreal while those from New York
are said to he practically empty.
Canadian ship brokers are obtaining 6 cents a bushel freight to United
Kingdom ports, while ships here cannot obtain cargoes of grain at 3 cents
a bushel.
Members admit the railroads are
willing to give them a preferential
rate east of Buffalo, to compete with
though rate on Canadian lines, but
they are afraid of the central and
western traffic associations diverting
other freights from them iu retaliation. The loss of the gain tiaie from
this port has been severely felt along
the river front, where at least fifteen
big grain elevators are declared 1�� be
standing Idle.
With tbe exception of thi
Fear   Their    Services    Will    Be    Dispensed With If They Accept the
Offer.
Chicago, Sept. 2.���The women ticket agents on the elevated loop of
this city today refused to accept a
raise In wages. Their action is said
to be wlthoui a precedent In the annals of the local labor unices. Tlie
[company offered an advance of five
cents a day.
Clarence A. Knight, president of the
company, recently said he would dispense with all women ticket sellers
as soon as their wages were raised to
$2 a day. At present the women are
gettlng $1.95 a day and lf they accepted an advance of five cttits a I
day It would bring them to the dan- |
g.r line mentioned by Knight.
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do so after
this notice niu.t take al] the risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westmlister, July
23rd, 1909.
We want
Unimproved Acreage in
Burnaby for Clients
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van
souver ll p.m., going direct to Seat-
le  daily  except  Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver t
.in., dally for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
-ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria lor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and Wh
each month for Quaislno and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO HOUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
WALKER BROS.
P.  O. Box 983.
NEW WESTMINSTER   B. C.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
tine 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST  MAIL   SERVICE.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
MANY JEWS PERISH   ���
IN BULGARIAN
done by the Atlantic Tanspori   line
the export cattle trade praotlcally has
disappeared  from  New   York  anil  the
RIOT
Vienna, Sept. 2.���Many persons
were fatally injured, scores clubbed
nearly to death, shops looied and
homes destroyed In Bucharest In an
anti-Jewish riot, according to dispatches arriving here today. The
anti-Semitic journalists are said to
have caused the rioting by attacking
the Jews. . mob screaming execrations upon tl. Jews charged through
'the streets, lOO'.lng the shops kept by
business  ,|,0 Semite, and clubbing th_ owners.
Ii was some tlmo ihefoiv the po] ce
could subdue the leaders, a number of arrests were made.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 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. Let-
j ters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total: Assets  over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WE8TMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C. B.  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. VV.  TROUP,
General Sui_rlntend.nt Victoria,
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
in the railway belt ln British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who 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.
Entry must be made personally ai
the local land office for the district
In which the land is situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the tather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sis
ter of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one ot the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or inottter, lf tne
father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides uixm a farm In the vicinity ol
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the tather
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by hlm In the vicinity of his Home
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice ln writing should
be given to the commissioner of Do
minion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may We
leased for a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of $1 per
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate ot
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement wlll not be paid
for.
S. S.TRANSFEf
The   s I fame
Trani
Brackman-Ker wharf everj week daj
afternoon, except Saturday, ai
for Ladner, Steveston and way im^I
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning m S��|
Westminster Saturdaj evening,
Returning,   leaves   Steveston evei
week day morning, except Friday,
Additional    trip   Monday  inornlil
leaving .New Westminster al 5 a.m.
This schedule    subject   to cbanW
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates afl
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Uanagtf
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Canadian Pacifk)
Railway Co.
LABOR DAY EXCURSION HATES!
���Fare and a third round trip ticw��|
on sale September 3, September w
good for return to September �����    _
Double transcontinental s-'n"j
daily, with Pullman tourist and <""|
lng cars. ���
Atlantic Express  leav.s at 9"0
Eastern   Express  leaves at ��� I"1!
St. Paul train leaves at -:1U.
Cheap excursion September J-
For full particulars, apply ��
C. B. POSTER, 1   !I< pit. Ag''
G. P. A., Vancouver
The White Pass
and Yukon Route i
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIR-
BANKS. Dally trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passengers, mall, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White I lore,., maintaining
a thorough winter .ervlce.
For Information apply m
J. II. ROGERS, Tmfflc Manager.
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pioneer Limited,"    St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short  Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains In  the service on    any
railroad  in the  world that  equal  ln
equipment that of  the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.  Paul Railway.     They
own  and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give  their patrons an  excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor. Aldar. Po<-Maud. Or
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as
a_ good
Is Answered
by directing you to the stow    ^
you can see the largest sloe.      ,���
and second-hand gooda of all
the city. c,,,i;i. i��f
I have a splendid Oream ����l
or sale, nearly new. . v._
Come and Bee how ��""'". ,'l, ,naa
can get for your    money n"e
elsewhere. ,   ,,,3 type-
Repairing of guns, um ��     ���>_���
vrlters. and light automatic
ry and bicycles a Bpeciany.
Alex. Speck
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
SECOND - HAND
STORt
Columbia St.
Westminster
Transfer U>
wnice 'Phone 18��.     ���rn '?m*['
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   pf��JpW
���ny part of the olt..
Light and Heavy Ha*
B  OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT SEPTEMBER
4   1909.
THE DAILY K1W8
PAGE THRE1
FR0M VANCOUVER-
11 p.m. direct
and
. .��1b���Dally nt
To*'   'V, v
*Y"'I^  "
iu a.m.
(To
Klaska   I
at ll
Saturday
feprlweKuLrt- Ku-r,   Saturday
111 pm.   ���,,.,,.,.,���,. island���Second
!P? If UnTon^Comox-Tues-
P^dafat 2 p-m, Saturday
ft^mo-Dally hi 2 .�����
FR0M NEW  WESTMINSTER.
, w Chilliwack
F*.. Mints Steamer Beaver
d TeatSnster at 8 a.m. on Mon-
Ui.Psiui' ^^ Friday; return
at   7   a.m.  on
Development Dominant
Keynote of the West
(Continued from Page One.)
ii   is   inn-
liritish Columbia, particularly on this  the con li icl
peninsula.      He might prophesy that  -
when Lord Strathoona camv again he
would   not    know     where   New   West.
minster 'began  and  Vancouver ended.
(Applause J
Our Guest.
Mayor Keary, in submitting "Our
Guest," expressed the citizens' appreciation for Lord Strathcona's visit
and regretted his lordship could not
come   out   last   year   for   the   Fraser  few
uon and kindness in having vou repre
suil them on thi. occasion. I can
assure you thai while j value it ta
esl degree. It Is impossible to
value rightly the partial and tndul-
K"1 Worda which have mark
to thi northwest and thi
! noi di served one-tenth
tl ���      said about me-
"Ii  is  true I
Royal City Mourns
Late Mrs. Warwick
BUCK MESSIAH
CITY  VOTERS'   LIST.
(Continued lrom  Page One.)
marked   my
ie west.
of the
(No. no.)
was  associated   w'ta j    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
ion ol  the C.  P. R., the il.mn  and  Miss  Minnie Johnson   Mr
great railway   which  enters  this  an- and Mi     P  BUlodeau  Mrs. Dauphin..
City,  ancleni   ol   modern  cities, ,aiid family, Mr
conuec     the  Dominion    trom and family, Mi
sea  to  sea,  and   unquestionably   that and  Mil     Bui
��� "'"l work." and family, Mi
' I   bave     noticed     throughout   the Mr  and Mrs
and   breadth of the  land dur- Mr, and Mrs. T. Furness and family
1    ���   i    thai   determination  and Mr. and Mis. J. Burkitt
whole-heartedness which has done so A. p. Grant, Mr. and Mrs. \\
much for the country during the last ley and  family
!    Notice  is    hereby    given  that  the
APPEARS IN AFRICA'���"'Llsl f,,r ,he year m9 has
.
an i M. A. R. Gretu
and Mrs. Hugh Burr
Mi .1. ... ft Homer
and Mrs. Henry K rr,
But    the    Police    Arrest     Him,
the   Whip   Disperses   His   Foi
lowers.
Mrs. Jam.     Wise and family,
Mrs.   1. Furnt bs and family,
tlu        _...    _      .
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ yearB-     All have done what they   Vera and  Bert
centenary,  as   their  great   river   und  can to make ii a loyal united Doiniu-
icn, fur without the union of this
province il wae impossible for it to
be such.
_l_JllV
|.r further P"
ED
rtlculars call  or ad-
001 LET, Agent,
\, ��� Westminster.
been named from the explorer by,
Lord Strathcona's unci., John Stuart. They were celebrating tint
year   the   fiftieth   anniversary   of   the
t _ _ ,       arrival  of  the  Royal  Bngineens,  one
a ..    ��� i  Friday;   return-jot the officers of whom was another
Wedphiiiiwac- a<  7 a-m. on uncle.     Again  it  was the ha.i  cm
leaves   Y ,',. 'md   gatur)jay.        tury mark of the oloesi Incorporated
Tn" --" ��� -rt- city In B. C.     Lord Strathcona bad
always shown himself anxious to advance the city, and in his coi r. sp 11
deuce he (the mayor) had always re
celved splendid encouragement, oi
him liny nilght well say:
"Noble he was condemning all  thin
mean,
ills truth unquestioned ami his soul
serene,
Sliaun' knew lnm not, he dreaded no
disguise,
Truth,  simple  truth,   was   written  In
his face,
(ixiud   applause.)       He  concluded   lv
extending a  welcome to the Vancouver visitors, and particularly to Commissioner Chipman.
C   ii   Foster,
Agst Gen   Pa ���'��� Agent,
o'lvcr.   II.   0
>Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorpoi ited 1*(!9)
Lai Paid "P
kt'.e
Fund
Assets
.$ 4,700.000
5,400,000
. 55,000,000
Historical Note Struck.
'Vou, Mr. Chairman, have referred
to tin connection of my relative, John
Stuart, with m:_ country, and bis
having bey. employed In the exploration of tin greai river upon which
our town stands, from whom I ne.ud
Of   Ibi.-;   country   nearly   eighty
ago.      i   should   ci rtalnlj   noi   ba.
Mr. and Mrs.
^^^^^ R. Gil-
Mrs. J. Barnes Miss
^^^^^^^^^Gilley, Mr. an,I Mrs.
Andrzjewskl, Hotel Badminton (Vancouver), Mr and Mrs, W. J. and Miss
Armstrong, Mr, and Mrs. s. J. Pearce,
Mr. and Mrs. ll. Hoy, Mr. md Mr
Roy Harris, Mrs. RoxDerry and Mis ���
\'era Cooper, Miss Ebble Harris, Miss
Wilson and Miss Bishop, Staff ol \\
S. Collister _. Co., Mrs. Henry Law
rence, Mr. and Mi J. ll. Vidal, Mr.
and Mrs, A. Lamb, Mr and Mrs. F.
Crake, Miss EJva Gilley, Mr. and Mrs.
R. Ii. Armstrong, Mr.
FIRST   STREET   SEWER   NOTICE.
veirs   ���   ���    =   ;""1   -Mls    E    lj
- ,,lh Webber, Mr. and Mrs. J, _. Eagles,
i,_ ,i i���     ,   i.,.   .     i      "i     a        .'Mr. and   Mrs.   .1.   Halnsworth,   Mrs.
;���'"'"���  1 day, toil   udii.ed me io .uH Mj      Man������,.,,    Mrg   Wm   M���(1
com.   to Canada, Instead of to a very , M��� ���
different  pan   ol     the   world        (Ap    ��''        an   .���.    Mp   ,,,..   , ',   .,.,.
po ar.il out o
[SAVINGS BANK
t iwn  accountji  soil
Welcome.
said,    after
DEPARTMENT
Enthusiastic
Lord Strathcona said, alter the
burst of enthusiasm had subsided, and
tn.- singing ol "He's a Jolly Good
Fellow," "Mr. Mayor and Gentlemen,
you will not expect much speaking
from  me  today,  not  only   because  I
Macgowan, sr., Mr, and Mrs, J, j. Ma
Imi'iy, Mr. and Mrs J, S. ('line, Mr,
and Mrs. I). Mil'had-n. Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Cblddell (Ladn-r), Mr, and
Mrs. C. S. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. J. E
Brown, Mrs. J, B, Phillips, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Murphy, B, W. Shiles, Mr.
aud Mrs. timer..*! Gilley, the Misses
A and S. Jamieson, Miss Reita Gil
ley, Mr. and MM, F. P. Maxwell. Mr.
ajid Mrs. W, A. DasllWOOd Jon s;
Mt. and Mrs. It. Kli- y. Mr and Mrs.
Frank Austin (Vancouveri, Mr and
Mrs. \V. t . Chambentn, Mr, Herbert
Clarke, Mr. ami MU. W, E. McLaod,
AV. Gilford,
Mrs. C. S. Corrigan
John Sprott, Allan Law-
 4.       -- ��� ��� . . v       .....j -_ u.t^      a
h.na.1'! D    estlc Exchange and  have a cold, but because i feel at all
......    .     -.���!., Ilmaa     1.      a.-a... 1.1       I..      I , ll.i f	
Lj.-: cl ��� hi a  bought and sold
Ep.,_c transfers effected
|_r Westm : ster,  I).
F   SHUTE
C.  Branch,
Manager.
MJ_______E
I'm U.l_o_re_T_.
Iw wlll Bod it to your advantage
arrange your looking at this office,
itbtt yon Inl a I to travel or send-
i lo: your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Impress of Britain  ..   .   September 10
I';.- ' er dates and particulars ap-
I. to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
times it would [������ impossible tor me
adequately to convey to you my,
thanks, but at the present tim- mui
content myself with a tew homely
words. I must thank you, Sir, lor
I am under a greai obligation to the
people "I "'e oldest Incorporated c-ty
In B. C, for the most kind welcome
thai  you  have given me.
"I have not seen the city of New
Westminster for som,. twenty years.
Since I came hack to ibis pan o,
Canada, through Manitoba m lo
Vancouver and Victor a. 1 have b ���
overwhelmed by kindness and con-
slderatlcu l have received on ai.
hands, as well as from the governments, which makes me feel 1 am
amongst my friends. (Applause.)
"I  feel it  a singular honor to have
:you here, _r (addressing Mr. Cotton)
and   '.hank   you   on   the   part   of  your
'government for your great consldera-
Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Hath or Toilet in hot
weather. For washing underclothing it Is unequalled. Cleanses and
purifies. **
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marlon Street
SEATTLE
HATES:
Room  $1   p-r  day  up.
Room   and  board $2.50 per day up.
room   with   bath  $2.50 per day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
���
piause.j      i  ci i talnlj   have  no cau^o
to regret. I did not go there.
I in .LM ins eny wlll be an Honor
to the Pacific coasi (applause), and
there will be cui greai ciiy across
-., Vancouver, where 1 received so
much kindness, and which i knew aB
burnt up brush. You will be rivals,
but friendly rivals, and ibe worthy ol
the Pacific province, the Dominica,
and the empire to which \ve belong
(Applause).
Eternal   Loyalty.
"May the daj nevi r come when we
cease  to  speak  of  the  sovereign  of Mrs. Insley, Mr, and Mr
Great   Britain   as  our  sovereign   (ap-  Mrs. C. C. Flshei
ph-use).      1   have    already     said   too  Mr. and Mrs
much, but I wish to thank the friends r��0ce Johnson. Crowns���Messrs C.
who have come he,-,, from Vancouver E. Hartley, A, J. Small. \V. R. Burr,
and elsewhere. We will noi say au a. McDonald and George Burr, Camp
revolr. It cannot be long (here his Friends, Mr. Wm. Harris, Mr. C. G.
lordship's voice faltered) before w< Major aid Frank Major. Croi ���'���- -
musl say good-bye altogether. As Master Arthur Owen, Mrs. A. M.
commissioner in London 1 hope to ex-1 Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. H. H, Mac-
toad to you a welcoiiiv ami it i. my K��_ui-, Mrs. VV. J. Sloan. Mr. and
duty to give all the Information, and Mrs. F. Broad, Mr. and Mrs. George
all thelnducementa which can be po.YTurner, Air. and Mrs. Marshall Sin-
sii.ly given to men to come oui to clalr, Daughters of England. Mr. and
tlie  Dominion  (Hiar, b ar). Mrs.  \v. g.  MacQuarrie,  Nurse  Mat-
"Let me ence more tnank you witn'.j. Walsh (Iter Cross, Regina), St.
all my heart for your kindnesses pauj"a r _. Sunday School (cross
11/niil  cheers). and  crown).   Anchors���Mr. and  Mrs.
A formal vole of thanks waa h. C Major, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. WH-
moved by J. A. Lee, and seconded by band (Vancouver), Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Norman Bole, K. C-, to his lord- jj. Clarke (Vancouver), Mr. and Mrs.
ship and enthusiastically carried.        'j0s.   Trewartha,   Mr,   and   Mrs.   Win
The  Minto  cii))   was   presented   for Johnston and  family   (Port    Moody),
Inspection, and his lordship said the Jam��_  and  Miss  M.  J.  McColl,   Wo
motto   "What   we   have   we'll   hold," I men's  Auxiliary  of  Royal  Columbian
was applicable to all Canadians. I Hospital.       Wreaths.���Mr.   and   Mrs.
Lord Strathcona Satisfied. IE. J. Crean. Mr. and Mrs. T. R.  Pear-
His lordship and party then drove son. Judge and Mrs. Bole, Mr. and
back to the cars, which were attached Mrs. John .Johnston and tam.ly. Dr.
io the eastbound  nan at  2:15 p.m.      and   Mrs   J.  Harrold  Jones.  Mr   Her-
He expressed himself as better sat- bert Brooke (Vancouver) Mr. and
Isfled with the type of reception ac- Mrs. J- Leslie Duncan (Vancouver),
corded him in Westminster than any Mrs. Benjamin Burr and family Mr.
Where  else.       He  bore  the  fatigue Ot  Harry   A,   Bourne.   New   Wes minster
the dav  very well, considering his 89   P����t   -No-   4- AAT* n'"'    i    ,     u.
��� Employees  of Gillev  Bros.,  Ltd.,  Mr
���     Luncheon   Arrangements and     Mrs.  J.   P      Ha.,i,i.o:i   Bole   Mr,
. a . John   Mahoney,  Laurel   \\ ivath  Guild
Tlit. arrang' menis for tne  function
been   completed,   and   that   the   same
may be seen at  this office for thirty-
days from the date hereof;   and  any
and   l,erson  wh�� shall   claim  to  be added
I to the said Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom;   must  prefer his or
her  request  in   writing,   signed    with
Iliis Or her name, and shall deliver or
 H     cause   to    be  delivered     to   the  City-
Cape Town, South Africa, Sept   ..-   CYk  WiU'in    "'"    Ume  he'-e:nbefore
,   i ,    ,    ,,                  .1 spclhvd.
A remarkable  incident    at     ratings. m   ^  DUNCAN
Bechuanaland, has just been revealed. City Clerk.
A fortnight ago two natives, on,, a      City  Clerk's  Office, New  Westmin-
kitchen-hoy  fron,  Mafeklng,    entered j8ter- u- c- Sepiembe,- :-., 1909.
the  native  village   adjo'ning   Taungs, j'
::,ro'.tT.i;:r,',���X;:'.i'tiT�� of new westmsnster
addressed a large gathering of the
Batlapln tribe numbering 1,600 ending
an excitable oration by indicating the
European quarter of Taungs and de
daring: "Before tha- sun seis tonight
not a white person must remain alive."
1 Inspector Gordon Turno, who was
present, arrested both men with th
assistance of one policeman, and after a scuffle took them to the magistrate's court, Th- crowd of 1,500 natives followed with menacing demean
or. They swarmed Into tlle magistrate's court, Insulted tbe magistrate,
and refused to disperse. The magls
I rate was powerless, ns he had only
ih" two po"ce officers at his command.
Eventually Molall the Batlapln chi f
arrived and dispersed the rioters with
a horsewhip. The two men arrested
W' re committed for trial
Tbee have been no fnrthi r disturbances, but the lncideni is officially
regarded as serious. It is the Hrsl
occasion on which the Bechua-ia
tribes have shown gross disrespect for
the magistrates. Moreover, Molali's
Influence bus been undesirably strengthened at the expense of wh t" au-
'���lo tlie Ethopian Church.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local Improvement General Hy-law,
1909," notice is hereby given thai the
assessment roll of the "First street
Sewer" local Improvemeni is open tor
Inspection at the office of the Assessor in the Cltj Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and lu ease
the owner or any person Interested In
;ny of th,. properties Included therein
desire to appeal from such assessment he shall, within the period of
eleven (11) days from the first publication of this notice, giv.- notice to
the undersigned in writing of his in-
tenticn  to appeal.
Dated thla "1st dav of August, A. IJ.
1909. W. A- DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
Date of first publication, 31st day
Of August, 1909.
MAKE YOUR APHcAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
All lutside rooms, with hot and cold
water  steam hen!, long distance telephone. '3us meets all trains and boats
CARLETON   GILBERT,   Mgr.
had been admirably made by the reception committee, C. H. Stuart
Wad-, secretary of the board of trad .
being principally responsible. Mr.
Wade authorizes a ���statemeni wiih
reference to the waiting at the tables
that be bad engaged ten waiters and
only three turned up. Mr. Kiuny
had doiu- his share in engaging ihem.
but they failed at tbe last moment.
At future luncheons girls will be employed. Medals struck for the Fraser centenary were distributed to the
.guests.
bastcrtrook Milling  Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
SIHiK.BHEAKLRS HERE
TREATED LIME SLAVES
of St. Paul's church, Employees Johnston's  Shoe  Siore   (Vancouver),   Mr.
and   Mrs.   Henry   Schaake,   Mr,   and
Mrs. Joseph Burr and familv, Mr, and
Mrs.   U.   ll.    Macgowad,    Mr,   p rcy
Burr,  Mayor and   Mrs.  W.   H.  Keary,
Mr. and   Mrs.  J.  B.   Burr and  family
(Ladner),   Mr  and     Mrs.   \V.   J.   Mathers,     Mr.  and     Mrs.    Gowan   Macgowan.    Choir    of    St.  I'aul's  R.  E.
church. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Mark, Sunday School Class, West End Lacrosse
Club.    Bouquets���Mrs.    E.    Harrison,
|M-. and  Mrs.  D.  S.  Curtis,  Mrs,  La-
velle, Mrs. Frank Pearson, Mrs. Wool-
lliauis  (Vancouver).      Pillows���Vestry
j St.  Paul's  R. E.  church, Effle, Wlll,
[Elmer and  George  Warwick,  mother,
[sisters and brothers.
Men   From    Pressed   Steel   Car   Com-
Pittsburg   Tel|   Dread-
fui  Stories.
pany   at
IMPERIAL	
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL
TERMINAL	
HINDOO  FLOUR   ..   .
$7.25 per Bbl.
.$6.75 per Bbl.
.$5.25 per Bbl.
. .$4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & ?n Funm AND ______MKHC1IANTS
FRONT  STREET.
[COLUMBIA STREET LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
Th,. Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster having iby resolution determined
'and specilied that it la desirable to
| carry out the following works, thai
is to say:
(a) To construct a sewer to be
known as the "Columbia Street
Sewer" on Columbia Btreei between
McNeeiy  streel  and  Fourth streei.
(bi  To  c ustruct   cement  Bidewalka
Vn both vl:!     of Columbia street be-
McNeely    street    and Fourth
U
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
- i���_
I    Pittsburg. Pa.. Sept   3.���Three hun-
, dn .I  Btrlkel reaki rs quit  the  McKi es
Rock plant  of the Pressed  st(., | Car
company  and   told   sue i   s orles    of _    __
cruelty and suffering w.thln the stock-  tween    ���
ad,, as were only exceded by the Lib- streot with necessary retaining wall.
be)   and  Audersonvllle prisoners dur-l    And  thai   the  said   works shall  be
lng  tb"  civil  war.    Many   Of lh"  in n .curried   out   In   accordance   With   the
wore so ill from foul food, unsanitary [provisions of  the  Local Improvement
rt
Manufacturers and Deatere��m AB Kma" ot
umber,   Lath,   Shingle.,   Mouldings,   Sa��h,   Doort,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,EEtcl^__S__
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy3Glass.^;SS
HRMERS ATTENTION!
er AIway�� ��n Stock for Fencing and Draining.
I
quarters   overwork and  the  hounding
of the guard thai Federal Age n t-Ioag
land  held ii spi clal  - ssjon of II e gOV
ii-nmciit   Investigation   last   niglu
order to get their stories before i
bee: ill.'   tOO   sick   lo   testify
General   Bylaw.   1909.
And the   Ciiy    Engineer and City
Assessor having reported to the Coun-
n 'cil ln accordance  with the provisions
iy iof the said bylaw upon the said works
'giving      statements     showing      the
I One of them, Martin Hart, of NewlJJmounts estimated to be chargeable
' York was so ibadly beaten, as he tried against the various portions oi real
to make his way from the stockade property to be benefited by the said
thai lie mav not recover. Two bun- works and other patlculars and the
dred Of Hart's friends stormed Hip I said reports of the said City Engineer
slock ade later in the afternoon, deter and City Assessor having been adopt-
mined lo punish the guards employed ��d by the Council,
by the companv who attai-ked him Notice la hereby glvxti that the
and left him unconscious in the Btree Bald reports are open for inspection
Th. strikebreakers also declared that at the offlce of the City Assessor, City
since yesterday scores of wounoed ! Hall, Columbia street, New Westmin-
���ind half starved' men had been locked ister, B. C. and that unless a petition
ut, by Hie company's officials when, against the proposed works above
th l'nited States Investigators could .mentioned signed by a majority of the
not find them and some of the men owners of thv land or real property
slid that the vaults ln the mill still 'to be assessed or charged in respect
hold  more  than  a dozen  men  ltnpri-jof Buch  works  representing at  least
ooned as In a dungeon to prevent the  '
taking of this testimony.
ra~-
R��yat City Branch, Columbia St.  I
-Jl���"'"" I'- N.w;W_tn_.le.- |
e'<!D.one 12.
one-half In value thereof Is presented
to tho Council within fifteen days
from the date of the first publication
of this noiice the Council will proceed with the proposed improvements
under such terms and conditions as
to the payment of the cost of such
Improvements as the Council may by
Terrori��t  Is Caught.
St. Petersburg. Sept. 3.���Sleplmkin,
one  of the  moat   active  members  of
the   Flvlng  Section  of  the   terrorists,
at  whose Instance  General   Maximoff-      , ....  __     	
.kv  chief of prisons, and otK.'rs, were bylaw in that behalf regulate and de-
assassinated   has  bean   irought here termlne and  also to  make the sum
from Sarateofl prison for trial. Living assessmeat.
under an assumed name,  he was ar- |    Dated this 1st day of September, A.
rested   in   Finland     while   preparing D. 1909.
bombs in a secret labaratory and was W. A. DUNCAN,
.ent to prison at hard labor for five .-�� City   Clerk
v-ears     Onlv  while serving his term I    Date of  first   publication,  the  -ind
Was be Identified. day of September, 1909.
*' The Maple Leaf ForeVer"
:\
, j We have taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian, j
COWAN
><o
PEaFVFEaCTION
COCOA
(Maple  Lraf
Label)
IS MADE IT. CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
SHIRTS|
By Makers That Best
Know How.
OUR FALL DISPLAY OF NEW SHIRTINGS IS VERY HANDSOME, WHILE THE FIT, MAKING AND QUALITY OF MATERIAL   FORM  A  COMBINATION   OF   SHIRT  PERFECTION.
Strikingly handsome patterns in pleated or plain
bosoms, coat style, cuffs
attached or separate. Kvery shirt an example of
splendid shirt making;
moderate priced shirts, or
shirt luxury, as you prefer,
$1.00, $1.25
TO
$2.00
THERE WILL BE NO BETTER TIME THAN RIGHT NOW
FOR  A  MAN  TO SELECT HIS "FALL SHIRTS."
WE ARE STILL OFFERING SUMMER UNDERWEAR AT
85  PER  CENT. OFF.
AL80 8TRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE. WILL IT NOT BE
WORTH YOUR WHILE TO FINI8H THE SEASON WITH A
8TRAW  HAT AT THIS PRICE?
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REID & CO.
CLOTHIERS AND HABERDASHERS
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
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THE  DAILY i2WS.
The Daily News
tional  one    in   regard   lo    labor  dis- i
putes. owing to the coal miners' strike
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B. C. FISHERMEN'S UNION.
Published bv The Dally News Publish-  at   Sydney,  and   the   carpenters'   dis- There   will   be   a   meeting  held   by
Ing Company. Limited, at their offices,  P��t_  at  Edmonton, but this  do s not g"�� ��p{�����f ^^"J*0* *��
The Dally News Block, corner of Mc-  de,lact '��>__ the example of lis value Cllrt|.  ,)lo(.k   and  eVery"fisherman  Is
as   showing   how   disastrous   arc   the expected to be present
"GET   THE   HABIT"
PEATES
E.
Kenzle and  Trew Streets.
A.  Paige Managing  Director
results of these  industrial conflict.-
john'w. BRODWICK,
Secretary.
PROVINCIAL       POLITICAL       RUM
BLINGS.
SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER  4,
1909.
Ther- are signs  many  of an intention cu  the  part  of  the  government
to  dissolve   the  provincial   legislature
and    precipitate    a    general election
THE GOVERNOR.GENERAL'S VISIT som,,   time   during  the  present  year.
_,,  . Tlie most significant inJicatku of the
Many distinguished men have filled   .        .. ,  ,.     _ ,
J �� intentions   of   the   Premier  is   a   very
the   Important   position   of   Governor-  ,,,,,���, ., "
. , , ,   feeble  attempt    on  the  part  of    the
General   of   Canada  with   success  and . , .    i
.,, _ _..  . government    organs    to    revive     ihe !
advantage   alike  to Great   Britain,  to  _, ,    , , , ., ,. ..
.     __     ,  . '        Ori ival bogeyman.     We arc. told the
the Dominion, and to themselves, Yet .   ���
.  Grand   Trunk   Pacific    Railway  Com-
li  may l>e said  wth truth  and good ... ".    ,
panv  is    petitioning    or  importuning
reason   that   none   have     represented .
the   Dominion   governmiut   to   permit
the'r sovereign mor,. fittinclv or mor.- . ... ,
' h , b ' the importation of Mongolian laborers
nobly,  or  have  discharged   the  Vice-        .       ,      .   .        . ,    _ _    ,���
under   bon .   to   work   on   the   Pacific
regal duties in a manner more accep-   ������,,__    ...      ,, ���,,
divsion of the  lme.      That  is  noi  a
Mow's your chance to gel Plates
ai less than cost. "Bmerald"
Breakfast Plates; special display-
Saturday,
90c
PER  DOZEN.
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell tor the same
table  to the  people of    Canada than
new story.      It Is as old  as  the sec-
Earl Grey.    Hig Excellency Is enjoy-
,   ,,,    . ,    .,        .   ���... _ ���    ond    Canadian   transcontinental railing a holiday trip through  British Co- ,___,���
,     ,,          , ,                        ,      , .            way.      It has been doing duty for the
lumbla, and in companv with hs rev-  ,,   ,, . ,
McBride   government   ever   since   ihe
day when the present Attorney-General waa sworn in as a member of
that administration,     indeed we
ered Countess, wlll honor New Westminster with a visit On Wednesday
next.     Tht. citizens would he delight
ed   to  give   the  distinguished   visitors .             aaa,             ...
,   , lieve  it  antedates  the advent of  tbat
a  verv  heartv  welcome, but   then- re- ,,    .       , ,                     ,.  ,
.,    , distinguished   legal     light   and   unini-
ception must necessarily be of a some- ��         *       ,
, ,     .   .                        .            , peachable administrator.      Its history
what subtfyed character out of respect '
. goes back to the tune when Mr, Bow-
for Their Kx( ellencies' desire tor
privacy, Earl Grey has, however,
graciously signified his pleasure to
meet the citizens al an Inform U reception, and this opportunity for a
personal meeting with our Governor-
General will be a real delight to very
many. Tliough the circumstances of
Their Excellencies' visit do not admit
of a public demonstration of our esteem for them, it will not be difficult
to show them that their presence Is
very welcome. Some day perhaps
Earl Grey may renew his acquaintance with our city in a more official
way, and thus afford us an opportunity of expressing our high appreciation of him as a clever statesman
and a true Imperialist.
FOOD AND HEALTH.
ser acted as legal adviser of the Ja
panese contractor, M. Gotoh. and
undertook on behalf of nis client to
have delivered within the confin s ol
tlu- province a considerable number
of Japanese laborers for th Canadian
Pacific Railway Company and the
Wellington Colliery Company. It
lias also direct connection with the
passage through the legislature of a
certain measure fathered by the Attorney-General which purported to
exclude Orientals from the province,
but which actually declared to be
legal the immigration of the classes
of persons it professed to exclude.
These facts would naturally incline
the mind of a real opponent of Asiatic immigration to be sceptical as to
the sincerity of any member of ihe
McBride Government who professed
to be concerned for the protection of
Consequently when an
The proposal  to introduce  cooking
classes and demonstrations as a tea- white labor
ture    of    the   forthcoming   Provincial orSan of thi��  government  says there
Exhibition is in  every way  an excel- is a  movement on foot to Have Mon-
lent one.     If a fair proportion of the SoliilI1s imported under bond to work
stories  we have heard  about  the cu- <>n  the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway,
Unary accomplishments of the modern th*-  natural  conclusion  is that  there
Canadian girl are true, then it would is no such scheme brewing, but that
seem to he high time that something a   Provincial   general   election   Is   lm-
was  done  to  educate  them   up   to  a landing   and   that  the   McBride   Gov
more  practical standard.      The truth
eminent is in search of I cry which
of the ancient Chinese proverb, -'The wi"   strengthen   its   position   in   the
seat  of  the  intellect   i.s  in   the  stom ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
has come to ibe recogniz d, and  a"   tMe   more  natural   when
ach,
This conclusion will be
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the fact
today every intelligent person appre- is keIu ln mind ,,,r�� llnder Us con-
elates the fact that the quality of tract vvith lhe Doml"i(�� Government
food plays an Important Part In the the Grand Trunk Railway Company,
destinies of a nation. It is by means or lh<-' contractors under that com-
nourishment I,an-V. ,lave not employed and cannot
employ Oriental labor, that under
employment
It Is  for the pro-  a   f:lir  "il"v  offlc'er  of  the  Dominion
race  tlmt  we need Government went over all sections of
the   western   divisions   of   the   Grand
for  con-  Trunli Pacific  Railway  to  investigate
of the body's wholesome
that physical stamina and mental capacity are ensured. Canada depends existing 'conditions ,ihe _ .
for lv,- continued development and of Orientals would prove an economic
progress upon a virile people; upon impossibility even if Asiatics were
men nnd women strong In body and available; and that a short Ume ago
healthy in mind
vision of such ;
to strive. ^^^^^^^^
however,                            ._ .     ^^m^^^^M^^HH____^______l
corn that there is still a great deal lhe conditions under which labor was
Of ignorance in regard to food values being emPloy��d on th. road,
among Canadians. Potatoes and stin lt is eminently gratifying to
ice cream bulk much too largely have a semi-official assurance thai the
In the daily living of the people. McBride Government i.s going to con-
Though these things may satisfy they Btltute itself a strong bulwark be-
do not nourish. One might as well tweui the whit* workingmen of Bri-
tty to raise steam in a locomotive tlsh Columbia and the Orien.al men-
boiler by peai fuel as to maintain a ace- Such an assurance may indi.
healthy caadltlon of human vitality cau' that tn,J Attorney-General has
on such eatables. Plain, wholesome severed bis professional relations
well cooked food is necessary for the w,tD M. Gotoh- But Ii may also be
preservation of a . nd physique, ln '"^'cation that such a connection
and any agency thai, will spread a ls no lon^y Profitable because owing
wider knowledge of this simple truth t0  lht  agreement  between   the Cana-
i-  deserving  of  encouragement.      if
the local Council of Women can Instil
Into   th<.   minds    of    our   maidens  a
rlgl.    knowledge of food and  Us rela-
h^alth,   first   in   regard   to
dian Government and the Government
of Japan Immigration from the latter
country of the laboring classes has
entirely ceased.���Victoria Times.
il'-ris
quality   and   kind   and  s'_Ondly  as  to;OFFERS  PRIZE   FOR
the right method of preparing it, then
they  will be rendering a distinct Ser- j
vice, not alone to ibis district, but to |
the Canadian nation.
INDUSTRIAL WASTE.
PRACTICAL AERONAUTICS
Paris, Sept. _.���The Matin, in v.ew
of the results ai Rheims, which have
shown the aeroplanes capabilities as
never  before  realized,  even   by  avia-
...   ltors- Aleves the time ripe for these
We remarked the other day as to machines to leave the race track and
the evil effect wrought by Industrial i make real voyages from town to iowii
disputes and strikes upon the buel- It. therefore, offers a prize of $20 000
ness of the country generally and,to be awarded to the machine which
upon the workers themselves- An makes the fastest time in a oircuit
idea of the loss and waste involved from Paris to Dijon, Belfori Nancy
In this manner ls revealed by stat-1 J^f and Par's before August 31'
Istics collected by the Labor Department at Ottawa, for July. in that
month during the course of fifteen
Industrial    disputes,   433.     employees,
were concerned, and 118,000  working',  Havl��B    just   received   a   telegram
days were  lost.      Allowing as  wages  ^JS^X^SStSSSsSil
an average of |2 per diem, the loss would   visit  this  city Ja Wednesday!
In  wages  to the idie employees was  next- l hereby call a public meeting 1
no less tlun   .2.6,000.      This is leav- ��., th,e  H.lZW_   at   tne  Cit>'   H-'U  oil
bg altogether   out    of   account the '_. ^Jj^^V"^ S'StSn
value  of  that  labor as  a  product   to- for a .suitable reception of His S
ward   the  wealth    of    th.   Dominion,  'ency.
The addition of this would make thej w- H- KEARY,
figure a  very large one.      The period i     Mnv_.       nm���.     __      ������    -N,avor-
in     .    .   , .M.ljoi s    UIIlci',    New   Westminster
illustrated   was   crtainly    an   excep- September 4, 1909. we8WM-Ster
I ����������������������������������������� M. > ���������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������e
For Tired and Sweaty Feet use :
RYALL'S  FOOT POWDER.    It
does its work.
I RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
w 4
SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware is  the kind  you give the bride
Kind to last for lifetimes���fil] her heart with pride;
Kind to gn-e the couple to chee r them all through life-
Kind   that   pleases  Hubby  and also pleases Wife!
Great Carpet Display,
SEE  LEE'S WINDOWS FOR  NEW  FALL
RUGS
AND
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO  SHOW  YOU  THROUGH  mm
MENSE  NEW  STOCK  AND  GIVE   YOU   ALL   THE  inform      *
IN  OUR   POWER.      WE  ARE BUSIER  THAN   EVER  im t N
PARTMENT. ���'S DE-
I   F F'*. Furniture Emporium
_L_  _____ -L__t     KJ Lee's Block, Columbia Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER,       - .     ��� r,
"��� l,
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND  HAMILTON   WATCHES.
Special Car Service For
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION IN
NEW WESTMINSTER
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th.
��
The B. C. Electric Hallway Company announces ibat
special car service wil] be put on all day to Queen's
Park, and that a late car will be run to Vancouver at 1
o'clock a.m. on Tuesday UJ accommodate those who attend the grand ball In the evening.
Particular attention will le given to the service to
Queen's park from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the pro^P bs
of the Senior Lacrosse Match, Football Match. Tug-of-
war. Baby Show, Pole Climbing Contest and the Fl.-ld
Sports.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.
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FO R
School Text Books,
Scribblers, Pencils,
and all School Supplies
GO   TO
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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where   real
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
WE   ARE   READY   TO  SHOW
you how it Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building material!
than It Is to purchase the poorer kind. V. e can pent to
buildings bul't with ou; materials tbat never need repairs.
We can point to "fine others ���
that need repairs all the time.
But they were DO! built o! out |
materials.        See
cheapness He??
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Labor Day Necessit
===== IN
MALE  ATTIRE
?JZ^ S.tng ulj a Ne_v Suit for Labor Day <*mt forget to call
^^riStoSftSrtarwant we have the fit ami aiso
$3^00
Fancy  Hose
Men's Straw and Linen Hats
Regular $1.00  and  $1.25,  for
35c
Tooke Collars
In all shapes
2 for 25c
Neckwear
Fancy Vests
Regular $1.50 to $3.00 for
$1.50
Straw  Hats
Acme Clothing Co
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
U.n SATUHDAV, SEPTEMBE^Y^
THE  DAILY
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
New Fall
Millinery
Our Fall Millinery is now open, and
we have on view our new Fall
Reaily-to-Wear Hats.    Here you
will see the latest styles.
PAGE FIVE.
FOUR LACROSSE RUGBY CLUB LOR
TEAMS IN HELD        THE ROYAL CITY
WHERE?
At the Leading Furniture House, the place to save money.
Prices lower than the lowest. QUALITY IS OURS. It
will pay you to see our stock before buying your House
Furnishings.
Crowd of of Fast Twelves Players Organized at Meet-, W.   E.   FALES 612-618 ApeS Street
Will Represent Royal City     ing Last Evening - First '
On Labor Day.
Practice on Monday.
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
New W't .tmlnster win hav,. four la-
crossi    teams  in   the   held  on   Labor
Day  plailng  in  three dlffer-nt  cities, (football   pla>e-_   of , ,
. Vancouver the sunior profession- Ized and in  the near future
MISS   HAASE   IN   CHARGE.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
At a meeting held  In  the  board Of
trade rooms last  evening th,- Rugby
organ-
    team
us ar.- booked to meet ihe Terminal will be put In the field to play under
ilty aggregation in a schedule gams the auspices of the New Westminster
al   Recreation    park,    whiie on  the Rugby Koohali Club, colors r-<i  and
ii... da. a junior team representing blue.
...,. city will go over to play a Vail- i A lasi evening's meeting the execu-
couver aggregation, In this city the live of the club was chosen as foi-
Ber'o amateurs will meet a team lows: President, K. .). Rlckman;
picked from the Vancouver Athl-'ic secretary, A. Davis; treasurer ti
.Cl". and Maple Leaf twelves, while Whitaker; coach. 0, Pickles- captain.
an Intetmedlate twelve will travel to J. Hoult; councillor, .1. iiouie.
Mission there to meet another Van-; The club will bold Its first prac
couver aggregation iu a match for tlce at 6 30 on Monday morning at
the trophy offered by the manage-[Moody square. it is hoped that
, inwn ui the J<al<or Day celebration In I there will be a full turnout, not only
thai  city. 'of those who have previously  played
The big attraction of the day, o Lhe game, and want to gel Into li
far as lacrosse fens aiv concerned, ��� again, but of those who hav,. never
the senior game In Vancouv - Thej played bi would like to do so.
Salmon Bellies will take over the ] A meeting of the executive ol the
same team with one exception that club in consider details of organlza-
walloped the green Bhirts last Satnr- tlon wl". be held on Tuesday of the
day, and are confident of victory The coming week,
change    is  at    third    home,   -live
PHONE  176.
NIGHT CALL 81.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
SATURDAY,       SEPTEMBER     4,       AUCTION       SELLING      PLATE
LABOR   DAY,  $1000   LABOR   DAY  HANDICAP  (mil,, and a Quarter).
Six Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL  STREET DAILY AT 1:00 AND 1:30 P
M.     FIFTEEN-MINUTE   SERVICE     FROM     GRANVILLE     STREET
STATION.
Spring     will     i .plat
It will pay to buy your groceries from
C. B.  DEANS
Canadl in   or
Flaki
Carnation
'   Pkg.   ...
Wheat
. . .35c
v. Ire
for .
Flakes   In  bulk,   4
lbs.
25c
Gold.-n    West    Baking  Powder.
12 oz. tin 20c
Thi.-- is a good baking powder,
20-poira i Back sugar,
.$1.20
Schilling's   Best
der, per tin
Baking   Pow-
.  25c and 40c
Chicken  Soup,  2  tins  fur   , .15c
Clark's Pork and Bean--,
for	
cans
.   25c
Fresh   Ground   Coffee,     special
at, per lb 25c
D .
[Feeney
The senior amateur team Whlc
will meel Vancouver ai Queen's park
for tb. Trades and Labor cup wlll be
composed as follows: Goal, Munn;
point, Digby; cover point, Pearson;
idef.i:nv Held. Galbralth, Patchell and
Gifford; centre, Fitzgerald; home
field, ftangster, Smith and McPhadden; outside home, Purdy; .aside
home. Swanson,
The team which will go to Mission
is as follows: W. Coutl , '!. Manni't
ing, I). Eastman, R. Cormack, il
Battson, K. MacKenzie, ll MacKm-
zie, D. Bartlett, .). Gifford, N. Kenny,
C. Smith, F, Hume, I). Sibley, li Patchell.
The junior team which will go to
Vancouver has not yet bi sn chosen,
but  it   will   be a pwift  aggregation.
YESTERDAY'S RACING
furlongs,  sell-
Contra
half
and
I
Good Shoes Cheap and
Cheap Shoes Good at
The Old Country
Boot Store
SALE AMOY!
WE  SPECIALIZE  ON   GOOD.   EVERY-DAY    WEARING   SHOES,
BUT  OUR  LARGE  AND  VARIED  STOCK  COMPRISES THE  BETT
OBTAINABLE   IN   CANADIAN AND    OLD    COUNTRY    FOOTWEAR
AT   EXTREMELY   MODERATE   PRICES  FOR   CASH   ONLY.
WE  HAVE  BARGAINS  GALORE   AT  THIS   SALE,  JUST  COMPARE   AND  YOU   ARE  SURE TO BUY FROM US.
The 0U Country Boot Store
661 Columbia Street.
J. STEWART, Proprietor.
LACROSSE   TOMORROW
East   and     W .t   End   Will     Meet  at
Queen's  Park Thl. Afternoon.
Tlu lacrosse teams representing
the East and West Knd will meet at.
the Quen's park oval at Hum o'clock
sharp tomorrow afternoon,
The teams will line  up as follows:
West  End���Goal, .Munn:  point, Dig
by;   cover    poiiu.    Gregory
field,   Galbralth,   Eastman,
centre,   Bang-ter;     hon.''     field    Cor-
mack, Bartlett, Wllkie; outs de home,
McPhaden;   inside   home.   Swanson,
Reginas���Goal, Courts; point, Pearson; cover point, Patchell; defence
field, Gifford. H. MacKmi/.iv k, MacKenzie; centre , Fitzgerald; home
tie'-l, O. Smith, C. Smith, N. Kenny;
outside,  Hume;   inside,   Purdy.
LABOR   DAY   CELEBRATION.
FIRST   RACE���Five
ing.   two year .Ids.
1, Orsidora; 2, I.a Pi I
Costa.
SECOND RACE���Five and a
furlongs, selling three-year olds
up.
l. Zalta; 2, Chaplet; ?,. Vronsky.
THIRD RACK���Six and  a  ball fur
longs, selling three year olds and up, i
l, Burleigh; 2, Aunt Polly; 3, N llle
Racine.
FOURTH   RACK���One  mil,,  and  50
yards,  selling   Uin .-year-olds   and   up.
1, Buna; 2, Beau Man; 3, Sir Angus
FIFTH   RACE���Fiv.   furlongs,   selling, four-year-olds and up,
1. Redondo;    2, Billy    Mayham;  3,
Z.ck Abrams.
SIXTH RACK���Six furlongs, purse.
three-year-olds and up.
1, Spohn;   2,  Hush Money;   _, Traffic.
The application,   which   was  recelv-'countries    though on    the    Canadian
s %iX^i:ii:yii^i^ **��� *~ ��*�����. ���*��
International Waterways Commission, the  United  States government, it is
which Bxercis"s authority in such slated, will bave spent about four mil-
mutters. The work in view will make lions in Improvement of international
the channel straighter and wider, and navigation, bin almost wholly In Ca-
feliminate a number o( dangerous nadlan waters. The Canadian govern-
. bends near ���*��? Lime Kiln crossing, Iment at the same time is .pending
where thi; channel Is common to both  considerable In similar improvements.
Cricket Team  For Monday,
The  following  is   the  cricket   team j
selected to play  Nanaimo on  Monday j
I fence   at  Moody   square:       1>.   C    Lashmar, l
Battson; |C.  S.  Cook-,  C.   H.  Judd.  Rev.  U   Vi. .
Houghton.     T.   Oddy,   E.     C    Davey,
J. H. Vidal, T.  IJ. Sherriff, D. Wright,
P, Grant and S.  Richardson or F, A
Menzles.      Players  are  i .quested  to \
be '
a.m.
hand   at   Mwodv  square  at  10
EAST ENDERS WIN.
THIS   CUT
Defeat
The
Poll rill
Fourth    Street    by    Scor>
Fiv.  Goals  to  Two.
Kasi     Enders    lefeati I
Sireet   lacrosse
of
lhe
team   by   a
score  of    live  goals  to    two  at   the
Queen's park oval yesterday evening.
The game was bard, and when It
was over the Fourth Stre.t.-is protested it mi the ground that their op-
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Monster  Festival  Will  Occupy Queen's
Park on  Monday
Everything has been completed for
ihe great celebration of Labor Day
on Mn iday iii this city, whieh will be
shared by tin union men of Vancouver, Victoria, and across the line as poneuts bad been playing thin
well as by the unionists of New West- Uma Instead of twelve.
minster.      Tne    arrangements    hav.- .	
'been in the bands of a capable joint
committee   from   this   city   and   Van- ������������������������������������������������ ���������
couver, and amusements of all kinds +
ihav-e  bee.i  plasined. ���
A  football  match    in  the  morning,  n
between the Westminster Rovers and  ���   Tacoma   ..
Vancouver     Shamrocks,    a    lacrosse +   Vancouver
Yesterday's Baseball.
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Crown  Bank
HEAD  OFFICE,  WINNIPEG
A  WESTERN   BANK   FOR  WESTERN PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL    $6,000,000
pAlD UP CAPITAL  $2,200,000
, match In the afternoon between the
'Westminster senior amateurs and the
i Maple   Leafs, Vancouver,  a  K'ng  program   of    sports,    Including   a   baby
show, and a ball ki the evening form
features of the program.
Por the education of tti* working
men along union lines there will be
a series of speeches  in   the  early  af-
tlternoon,   Mayor  Kary   welcoming  the
* speakers on behalf of the city.
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O Aberdeen   	
4* Seattle        ���������
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WESTMOUNT
��  for    &5*
shows our new Collar, "The West-
mount."    All sizes, Two for 25c
WE ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE       OF
HEIGHTS;   ALL   SIZES  IN   "GLENCOE,"
"MAXIM."
"CHAMBERLAIN"       ALL
"WIDEAWAKE,"    AND
PHILLIPS
THE  WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
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Thrifty people  who   use our Savings Bank  Department will  find
't convenient and will  receive every courteiy, whether their account
e l-1 _e or small.    Savings Depatment, at svery branch.
*******
Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New W ettmlnster.
*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
TO  SPEND TWO  MILLION
TO   IMPROVE   WATERWAY
Sporting Goods
The SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCKS AN DEER, ETC..
OPENS  ON   SEPTEMBER   ..
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
COnt,      T'NG G00DS UNE- AS W AR CARRYING A FULL AND
r,ULtTE   STOCK   AT   LOW    PRICES.
Jj. TRAPP & CO., Limited
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEW.
Ottawa Sept. 8.���The CWted Stales
government through the British Ambassador at Washington, has made application to the governmenl bere tor
authority to carry on extensive improvements I" 4he Detroit river m
,tli_- vicinity of Hlois Blane Island and
"'near Amberstburg. At that polnl the
��� [channel is almost wholly on the Call nadlan side and It Is In Canada that
il the two million dollars, the estimated
Ycost of the work, will be spent. It Is
���not often that a government spends
Its money In the territory of another,
but in this case tho United Slates navigation, which Is excedlngly lienvy
at that point, stands to benefit materially, even though the waters are
beyond Its Jurisdiction.
TEN  DOLLARS  REWARD.
For information leading to the art*J)
and  conviction of    the   parties   WttO
. 1 ,..���  ()f me
broke Into the dressing-room Of t����
West Knd Lacrosse Club at Moody
Bquare    and    stole     certain    articles
th-refrom	
The regular meeting ot the Bartenders' International League, Sunday,
September   5th,  has   been   postpone^
SUIiuay,   oepieiiiu-r   i��a_,  ...   	
meeting business requiring the a
tendance of every member will P
ii-ansacted.
SAM   GILES,   President.
P.  PAULSON,  Secica .'���
The Nights
are getting long and the eyesight
in consequence is getting short.
Science, however, has to some extent overcome the natural decline of the eyesight by substituting properly fitted glasses. . Occasionally we find a case so
complicated that we cannot correct. When we meet such cases
we are candid enough to say so.
Two essential things you can depend upon In dealing with us;
first, we fit your ��y��s perfectly;
second, wa do not overcharge you,
and in every case when not satisfied we cheerfully return the
money. We have spectacle�� as
low as 50c a pair. Try us for
your next pair.
D.S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.       1
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 put that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALPRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .
ABDUL HAMID IN
PITIFUL PLIGHT
Appeals to Brother to Permit Experts
Fom  Western  Europe to Treat
Him For Incurable Disease.
Constantinople, Sept. 8.���Prom abso
lately reliable and yei confidential
sources 11 was learned today that
Abdul Hamid, deposed Sultan of Turkey, is suffering from cancer of the
Stomach, The former ruier of Turkey
has bi-eii examined by a number of
physicians and the disease has been
pronounced incurable by  them.
Abdul Hamid's tenure of life is but
a few months at best, according to
medical men acquainted with his case.
It was recntly r-ported that thp deposed mrnarch was insane, hut the
doctors say that his maniacal acts
are the result of pain from the cancer-
affected membranes.
Abdul has written to Sultan Meh-
med, asking that ductors from Western
Europe be permitted to treat him. He
is- disgusted with the medical attention   be  is now  receiving.    He fears
also  thai   there  Is  a   plot  to  kill  him.
His  horror of death  is pitiable.    So
overwhelming is this fe.ir that the
former sultan does not sleep more
than an hour at a time, (Jo constantly
demands   the  protection  of guards.
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATED CUE
Mother and Child are equally benefited by
St.   Charles Evaporated Cream.     It   is   the
world's standard of purity and, next to a    Al
healthy mother's own milk, the best obtain-   fi ���^r,
able f.Kxl for infants,    Many doctors insist   I ���'  8
not only that infants be fed on St. Charles   ���    /
Kvaporated Cream, but that mothers them-    '     'J
selves make it a large part of their diet.    The
use of St. Charles  Cream  is economical  too.     It keep:
forever, and  by simply adding pure water in pro-
Iiortions, you have pure milk and pure cream,
better than the best you can buy and equal to the
best the best dairy in the world can produce.    In
using St.  Charles Cream, you take no chances.
Sold by 'Bert Grocers Exterytuhere.
Handsome booklet of valuable information to mothers
and nurses stut free upon application, ��� 1
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY. Ing.r.oll. Ont.   4%
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MARKET   l
REPORT   \
The weekly market was largely attended by both buyers and sellers,
and a heavy day's business was transacted to the satisfaction of all parties. The arrival of Lid_d Strathcona
and his party in the city'bad in ��� effect of bringing out a large number
of farmers, who might not otherwise
have conie to town at this season.
All lines of produce were well represented and ail produce offered sold
readily with-the exception of potatoes, which as usual were weak, the
supply being greater tban the de-
masiij.
Thei. was a very fair supply Of
beef offered and all was disposed of
at quotation figures. Lamb aud mutton were comparatively plentiful and
the demand was all that was expected,
the price remaining unchataged from
recent weeks- Ther,? was plenty of
veal to meet all rquIrSments, although
the demand was good. Pork was
fairly plentiful and ihe demand was
equal to the supply, .although the hot
weather is in<u conducive to heavy
Bales of this meat.
The heavy call for eggs showed no
signs of abating and the supply,
though large, was insufficient to lower the price, the tendency being rather to increase. The wholesalers following the lead of the retailers last
week advanced their prices, making
n new highwat'r mark for ihe season
at forty cents wholesale. Butter waa
plentiful and of good quality ai 221-.
cents, A large number of birds
were for sale and the majority w.re
sold, the demand being strong for
hens in good condition. Fowl sold
higher than last week marking a
steady rise in price. Chicken and
ibroilers were in large numbers a id
sold readily according to size and
condition, the price remaining unchanged. Ducks Were a fa r offering and all sold tasily at from $8.50
to $9.50, an increase over the price
last week of fifty cents. Kish was
plentiful and the pric-s remained unchanged.
A much beuer supply of apples
was in evidence than for sum.- time
and ihe demand proved to be strong
for good slock. Baldwins aad Duchesse were the main varieties for sale,
Hubble Bros., of Sardi. . selling a
quantity of cases of fine apples of
the latter variety. The best price
obtained for the day was $1.7. a
box, ordinary fruit, selling at a dollar
a box. (1. W. Ladsey and .1. N
Thompson, Chilliwack, sold a quantity of Bartlett pears Mr, Thompson sold a ii iw r ol crates ol exci I
lent green gag i  . ol which \v   P. Mc
���<(--���:-<i' -,.--, .--a-:.S-,."n--..-:..-:,.:-,.--,.--,,'-',.-
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
:> p.m. on Fridays, The omission of
��ny church notice from this oolumn
indicates that no copy has bten turned
in by tbe pastor or other resjionslblo
iarty.1
up She, however, went to Manhattan, where she met McGreal, and
wrote that she was with Walter again
arid was madly in love with hlm.
Hazel cannot get her fortune for two
years. When this couple eloped some
months ago they visited Montreal on
their honeymoon  journey.
r
Sunday. Septembe    5.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. A. Shlldriek,
rector. Holy communion, S a.m. Matins, litany and sermon, 11:00 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:110 p.m.; evensong
and sermon 7 p.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Ser
vices 11 a.m. and    7    p.m.    Sabbath
school   and    Bible    class 2:30    p.m.
I
ST,   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTER1AI.
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
D., minister.   Services at 11 a. m. and
7 p.m.;  Sunday    school  at 2:30 p.m. !
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH, |
���Rev,    E.    O.     Thompson,    M.    A,
pastor.      Pulilic    worship:    Morning, j
11 a.m.;   evening,   7    p.m.    Sabbath
school  and   Bible    class    2:30    p.m.
Prayer    meeting    Wednesday   8    p.m.
QUEEN S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m. Pastor will occupy the pulpit at the morning service and Rev. R. J. Reid, of Centialia,
Wash., in the evening.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev.
Jamvs Calvert, D.D., pastor.���Services 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.
B, D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth league ou Monday
evening at  8 o'clock.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev- A. deB. Owen, rector. Ser
vice at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion first Suuday in the month at
ter morning service. Prayer meet!p_
on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 o'clock.
SALVATION ARMY���Services will
be conducted in the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows- 11 a.m., Holi-
ness, 3 p.m., Free and Easy meeting;
7:i!fi p. in., Salvation meeting .
FREE     METHODIST     CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Class meeting, 10
a.in. Preaching, 11 a.m.; Sunday
school,  2:30  p.m.;   Service a; 7  p.m.,
Best
Ev
er
Schools open on Monday next
and we want all students, both
young and old, to remembar
that MOREY'S BOOKSTORE
is still in the lead with BOOKS
and   SCHOOL   SUPPLIES.
Our scribblers    and    exercise
books   are  the   best  valua   ever
offered.     Don't    buy   until    you
have seen ours.
TWO  SCRIBBLERS   FOR   5c.
on   Monday  next.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia  street.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re pan 12 acres of Lot 17. Group .,
New Westminster Distiict.
Whereas proof of the loss Of ceril-
ficate of title number 2396F, issued
in the name of John Bernard John-
sit., has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
ai th,. expiration of one month fro D
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published ln
the city of New Westminster, isnie a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made io m.-- in writing.
C. S. Kerb.
District  Registrar of Titles.
Lam] Registry Offic.-, New Westminster,  Ii.  C.  Augusi   30, 1909.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
6PRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Oorner Eighth St. an.    ".��_ Arena*
PHONE   S7Q
BOWELL  A   ODDr     Proori��ton_
Cormvk, of .\Iouii:   Lehman, also bad   Midweek   prayer  meeting,    Thursday,
good display.     There  was a larg
supply of plums bul  tales were w
the   majorl j   ofl r< i   being   affi cted
wi .,  plum .'"';  the pric- accord.ogly
fell  awa)   sbarplj    from   10c to 50c,
S'lin, : ri      we.i   -old at fr un
{1 00 t'i $1.25 a era''-.
Official   Quotations.
j:   I   bind quarters, per lb...s to 8 l-s
]',''!, lm,. quarters, per lb C to 7
L<amb 14 to Id
Mutton 12  to  13
Veal, large 8 to 9
Veal, medium 10 12 to 11
1'ork, medium, p.r lb.  . .
Eggs, wholesale, per doz
7:45 p.m. Holiness meeting Tuesday
at 7:45 p.m. T. II. Marsh, pastor,
71 -  Quei n'-  av-nue.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
CHURCH���Benjamin Sand, pastor.
Sunday service, 11 a-m . I. O, O, F
ball.
COLLI NO WOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:3n p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth I_ague
Tuesday 8 p m. Dundonald school
house;  Service at 2 p.m. and    Sunday
9 to Hi   school at 3 p.m.   Rev W. Ewart Jones,
....40c   (pastor.)
Eggs,   retail,   per  doz    4uc
Butter, wholesale, per lb 22 1-2
Butter,   retail,   per  lb 30
Fowl,  per doz $7.00  to $8.00
Chickens per doz $5 to %H
Brollvrs. yer doz $40) to $5.0 I
Ducks, per doz $8.50 to $9*0
Potatoes, per ton $14 to $15
Plums, pvr crate 40c to 60c
Apples, per box $1. to $1.75 |at '2:30 and'preach lng at 7:30
Blackberries, per crate  ������$! to $1-25
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, Kev.
Frederick Carpenter. Services as
follows: East Burnaby, Sunday
schol at 2 o'clock; preaching service
at 3 p.m.; young people's service at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer servieeat
p.m. West Burnaby,  Sunday School
DANES PROTEST AGAINST
NEW CABINET  MINISTER
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
Copenhagen, Sept. 3.���There was a
procession through tlie city Sunday
and a meeting of five thousand mer-j
chants  and others,  in   addition  to  a|
YOUNG HEIRESS
HAS CHANGEABLE MIND
at our Piano Department will convince you that New Westminster is
the Place to Get Your Piano. We
defy competition, and our prices cannot be beaten in British Columbia.
For instance���a large, beautiful, walnut case, 4 feet 8 inches high, only
$275 cash; one 4 feet 6 Inche. high,
only $250 cash. We have Just received the largest shipment we have
ever had. Our store ig chock full jf
pianos. Such well known makes as
Nordhelmer, New Sca!c Williams, Dominion, HofTmrn, Kohler and Gamble.
All we ask is for you to call and we
will tell you the rest. Easy payments if desired. Singer and Wheeler
&  Wilson     Sewing    Machines, Victor
New York, Sept. 3.���Hazel Drew Mc-
largely attended socialist  meeting, alljOreal.   the   young   Brooklyn   heiress,  and   Edison  Talking  machines all  on
In protest ag-ainst the retention of J   lias again changed her mind.   She is easy terms.
C.  Christtnsen,  minister of war and  again   with   her  young  husband   and
marine,   in   the   cabinet.     Resolutios I Since August 17 has ben living with
were adopted to petition the king and (hlm at the home of hls father,
the folkthing to have M- Chrlstenser !    Hazel   Drew   McGreal _   mother    is
arraigned   before the  supreme  court, very much puzzled over the    re-elop-
bo that an Inquiry might be instituted  mint  of   her  daughter.    Mrs,   Drew-
lnto his official attitude in connection  Hall thought her daughter was going
with  the Alberti  frauds. to  the count-)' and  helped  her pack
j    J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
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jj__ij_* ATURDAV, SEPTEMBER 4,
"VaTER NOTICE.
1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
WAUE   s_V_.-..
tat or certilicate or   is penuens    , ,.v      Distrlcl  of  Coast  iunge One.
filed within such period   or in de.aul,       . ,,.,.   I1,J���.X,   lh      M]g    H
nf reder     on before registration, you Vanoouver
Society
m^-f
���'dO.
���* #^' -1- ���
___��
and Mrs.    Kng   Djrkeman of
ut     r\'-'-..    j   , 3e"   Spending   Itl"
i Ti..  name, add vancou- >���>' order thai publication ol this no one    I   ��� e Anderson  group.    Dated "'     te"   ! ���    with Mr, and Mrs   F
'     ''.limited   having tlce tm teni days to ��,dally newspaper june   6th,  1909.      Applying  for  the Unch ai the
v. of Vancou- published   in   New   Westminstei   will whole Island,    containing    160 acres left
i     Ami  having  a  be BOOd and sufficient service thereof, more or less,
r British &*^J��L  int..  _.-      Ontni at  the  land    reglstrj   offlce, ALBERT HUNT,
I hoo SS all fully New Westminster Proytax* of Brl pe_
...    of the  lake,  Columbia    this   30th   day   ol   August,      Dated ,        Clh   vm
tion
""' resi lence In this city,
"!       ' '���'���   theli
home
'
1
500,000
].aiil "l
(in
source,
���fTA Burrard
No nli ���*
Tlu*  niiiii*'
Mislioet    River,
inlet,   (Indian
point   of   diversion
River).   <      . ,���.   \.. pjiio,  from  the,
,,i..i    . ; .���,._  (d) The quantity
"">uih ''',' ��� -..,i for In cubic feet per
of*��'/\   ,'     ,,i    The   character   Of |
b����d(_     , i  works, a water power
Uie P. P��.6,! '  lllloii of electricity
A. D., 1909.
C.  S,  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Samuel Coulter, Esq.
WATER  NOTICE.
District of Coast  Range One.
Taki notice that John Johnson, ot
Vancouver, li. c., occupation, sales
man, intends to apply for permissioi
to purchase the following descrlbfci
lands:
-Mr. and   Mrs
ham, who have
koria,  returned
week.
���lames a. Cunning-
been visiting in Vic-
home    early  in   the
Mr. VV, a. Griasback of Edmonton
was a visitor In the city on Thursday.
yi
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_**��
m
m
������?���;.
���a*..
,,,��� 0, .jic........ I    Notice is  hereby given that an ap
plant i"! '       .   industrial  and  com-! plication  will  be made under Fan  \
.  and particularly  In jof the "Water Act, 1909
Miss  Bessie Hart, of St   John's   Nf
Commencing at a post planted ot, _., and a niece ol Mr  p'j
the nortii shore of John island, an Is- visiting with Mr  anil Mrs   I-
to obta.n a land  between Kees island and Davies [Agnes  street."
Hart, is
J. Hart,
mere:.
maohlney.  license   In   tbe   Municipality  of    Bur- island.      Dated, June  Cth,  1909.    Ap-
al purposi a  an
the "' '    . .,"    tij,. operation    otlnaby Division of Loi 14. District,       plying for the whole island, contain
elerii'   i|: , ,' Yier works for which |     la.)  The name,  address  and ocupa-.lng 60 acres more or less.
.trsmW''   |)eat ana p0WBr Bre suit-,Hon of the applicant la Horace Wil- JOHN JOHNSON,
'_  .nd available.      Hi    Ths pre- liamton,    443   Westminster   avenue, Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
ale     ���  which   the  water  Is  to   be I \ancouver,  H- C. D.,u,d  Junp 6t^ 1909
niises lJi .... ���,��� i r   ...
Ill
Mrs. C. \V. Brown wa_ at home on
ihursday and  l-'n.ia;,   afternoon   and
evening at Queen's Av    Methodist
parsonage,   where    sli-    received  her
friends,
10 be BSl
er.
water  Is   to   he ; Vancouver,
near high tide I    (b.) The name of the lake,  it ream
(g)|(lf unnamed, the description)  Is   un-l ���������������������_____.
.  for which the water IS known,  rising  in Lot 210,  running In      District  of  Coast  Range One
generate electric pow-1 a^ southerly and .westerly    dlrectlon|   Take notice that James Watson, oi J park  last  Saturdaj
I, situated at or
S�� the mouth**, river
The I>uri
Mr.  and   Mrs.    Arthur
tended   the     horse     race.
Matins  at-
at   Minoru
,.v  ...a' for traction, light- through Distrlcl Lot ill, Bnmaby.      |Vancouver, B. C��� occupation, farmer
11 a i- -   manufacturing and    all     (c.) The point of diversion ls about Intends to apply for permission to par.
��*  *V industrial or other purposes |400   feet   south   of a sink
n'i       ��� ... ���_        ���,,-|l_I
..:..!
be  applied,     (ii
,0 which ll '"''>
S, water li      b�� "��"1 for power or
Uhi���_  | d-scribe   tne   place
Mn
Miss
Miss
m,iiked  chase  the following  described  lands:
lf  Block one 11)  ln tbc. northwest cor-     Commencing at a post  planted on
ner of District Lot 144. the northeast  shore of    owl island. IVictor Phillips    left    -    v.. : .
id.)  lh, quantity of water appliedJDated June Bth, 1909.     Applying for|for Seattle where they win attend the
J, E. Phillips, Miss Phillips
Nan Phillips, Miss Armstrong,
Nora    Armstrong    and  Master
IT
��_FFI_HltT
HAS   ROUSED   THE   CURIOSITY
OE   THE   WHOLE   WEST
.   I.. to be returned to for  'in cubic feet per second)  is two j the whole Island, containing 160 acres
shannel, and the differ-, (2)
il.. between point of dl-j     ,e.) The character of the proposed
*__..- '���ll
��ome natur.i
ffl_lon and   point  of    return.    Tbelworks  Is to  run    power    machinery
��t   la tc   .'returned to river near and  electric    dynamo,    domestic    or|
_1 of save, and difference Ol ele-   Irrigating,
a point of diversion and     hi The   premises   on   which   th
Is about 300 feet, (j) |water is to be used is known as Block
more or less.
JAMES  \VATSO_,
Per S.   H.  FORD. AgenL
Dated  June 6th,  l'J<'9.
A-  V. P, exposition.     The,
visit Tacoma and Poi Hand.
will also
I'
ll, i The
District  of  Ooast  Range  One,
,   land  hit.ndel to  bejone  Hi, iwo  C'i and sixteen  (16}  inj    Take notice that Bergeta Anderson.,
.   proposed  works  will  District Lot 144, Burnaby. Intends to apply for permissi .n to pur |
A;.,;.        i acres,    (ki  Tlil- no-j    (g.) The purposes for    which    the of Vancouver, B, C, occupation, lady,
*te ��... ;   ;ted on  tht-  7th  day  oflwater is to be   used
1  application    will    be .power, light and Irrigation.
, .   commissioner   on   the I    (h.) If for Irrlgatkia  describe    the
(i) Give land  to be   Irrigated���about    twelve
(12
mi: ! ���
- ��� vast   I'J'l'J
Y :.,: i  addresses of any ri-
[,. tors or licenses who or
ii  ���   Hkely to be affected
j,.   . .   works,  either above
L '.' .v  ��� outlet,    B.  F.  Dicklns.
Van ��� iver, B C.
acres,
ii) If the water ls to be used tor
power or mining purposes descrlne
the place where the water is to be returned to sonic natural channel, and
the   difference   in     altitude     between
domestic, j chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a po_-L planted In
tbe bay at northwest comer of Maud
island, the largest island in the Indian group. Dated June Cth, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing  CO acres  more  or less.
BERGETA AN__RSON,
Pe.   S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Gth. 1509.
Tbe pan of  the     Memorandum   ol   points  of  diversion  and   point  of   re-
An vion of tbe Company which
| authorized ti.e projK).,d application
j��nd works, reads as follows:
!'���    " .acta for    which    Uie
j Compan;.- is established and to which
{���objects ihe Company  are    restricted
are-'a a ;.:- II m Of water and water
power ly Is  of unrecorded  wa
it, or by the purchase of waier re-
1 cords or water privileges for (a) Con-
1 itractine. operating and maintaining
I .lectrlc works power houses, gener-
tllog plant and such other applianc-s
md . - as    are  necessary
I'urn. The water is t0 be returned
atxiut two hundred (200) feet below!
n same channel and about sixty (BO) i
feet lower,
j.l  Thearea  ot  Crown  lend  Intend-,
ed to be occupied by    the    proposed
works Is none.
Ik-1  This notlc- wa8 iiosted on the
14th   day of August,  1909,  and   appll-1
cation  will  be  made    to    the    Commissioner on  the  15th  day  of    Sep-
t.in er, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock.
ll)  The  names  and     addresses    of
District  of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, far-
mer,  intends to apply  for  permission j Y- P. exposition.
Mis., Cunningham and Miss Frances
Cunningham were the guests la^i
week of their grasidpareni.. Mr, and
Mrs- Thomas Cunningham, of Vancouver.
��    ���    ���
���Mr. J, A. Sexsmith, Member of Parliament for East Peterboro, who is
visiting the west, spent Wednesday
afternoon   wiih   Mr.   J.   D.   Taylor   of
Third  avenue.
t    *   *
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Gordon,
of Philadelphia, were the guests Of
their cousin, Mr. Henry L. Edmonds,
on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Gordons.'
who have .been touring the United
States, will leave shortly for Europe
and the Or'int.
*   *   ���
Mr. and Mrs. J Stilweli Clute were
among the  week's  visitors to the A.
'Do vou really think " one housewife will say to another "that this
new fiour can be better than the flour we are us.ng ? "
Madam, there is no doubt about it.
But there is just one way you can be convinced.   You must use
it yourself.
Our claims will not satisfy you, but we back up nur claims in such
a way that you will lose noihing by trying Robin Hood.
Your grocer  will tell you aoout our guarantee which giv s you
ba.k vour money if you are not
satisfied.
MOOSt JA'. SASK. tf.
a ib
KeiMooo
THE SASKATCHEWAN,
ELOUR MiLLS CO.
.1 HMIIfD
MOOSE JAW
SASK.
to   purchase   the  following   described
lands'.
Commencing at a post planted In
a small bay on north shore of Bend
island. Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK. JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June Cth, 1909.
SCANDAL INVOLVES CUT WHEAT BY
REGINA ALDERMAN        UGHT OF THE MOON
ri*.   rati,.,    a       a- ... _     _   ._.��� ,     Alberta  Farmers Work Both Day and
City   Fathers   Are   Accused   of  Work-, '
iny    riparian  proprietors or licensees
ud pro;. r '      ' e generating of elec-j who or whose lands are likely to  be
irtdty. or elei rlc power, or any other Iaffected   by   the    proposed     works, j 	
form ol developed  power,    and    for either above or below the outlet are I Q
(Mimll                 nne to be used by   the Crown, H. B.    Scott,    Vancouver.!    i. Y l  ��,      ,��      Y. ,..v   ,,    ,ohn_
or by  persons or com- md i-;, PaMiman, Vanoouver.               j   lak, "0Uce taat _Ad .'"'  ^Y,A^'
nriw\. f   WTT.TJAMBON      ;son' of \ancouver, B.  C, occupation,
in��i,\.   . WIUttiuuH^ |farmer ,ntpnds to apply for permia,
puis con. _  with  the company
1 _*������!��� r   .. motive  power  for  the
lointlas  of "'vs.     machinery   or
I e- :  other works Or to
j:��applied the Company  to con-
I snmers f"i  beating or as a    motive
I power I ���: ng tramways, or tor
.Ini ,    lifting,    pumping,
111. Ilri-'    ��� smelting,   drilling
Or   'or  any  other opera-
1 ttons t.i ����� li   may be adapted or
to be us.-ii or supplied for or In con
I Bection wl other  purpose^ tor
vhlcha'..- i)r    flectrlc    power
I tar
412    Westminster   avenue.
var. D. C.
LAND  ACTS.
scribed lands:
sion to purchase 'he following de-
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib island. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole  island,    containing    90    acres
District  of  0>ast   Range  One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of  uiore  or  less
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler, ! ADOLPH O. JOHNSON,
Intends  to apply    for    permission to j per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
purchase    the    following      described I    Dated  June 6th,  1909.
ands
Commencing at a post planted in B
,  mall bay on north shore of Berrv is-
*ai required,    (gi  ror ��� ,.in(1   date,i  jUne 4th.  190:i.      Apply-
���-riii_   water   and   water    porer I __  f()r  t,)e  wll0]e  Waa&,  containing
applieation and dis- 1100 &cpes m0Te or ,esa
Mr,  and  Mrs.  Hugh  L.  Jones  have
returned   from   their  honeymoon   trip
at   Sechelt  and   have   taken   up   th-ir
residence  at  Aldergrove.
.    .    .
An interesting marriage took place
yestTds" monring at the residence
of Mr. J. H. Davidscn, Neepawa,
Man., when his niece, Miss Nellie Davidson, was wedded to the Rev.
Frederic Middleton, a recent graduate
Of Wesley College, Winnipeg. Mr.
and Mrs. Middleton arc EU route to
the coast and will spend sonu- time
in New Westminster, w.th the bride's
parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davidson.
��    *    ���
A very successful garden party was
held at tne pretty home of Mr, and
Mrs.  Claude  Hill, at  Deer Lake, Bur-
Inaby   in aid of St. Alban's church. A
I considerable  sum  was realized  which
will   be   devoted   toward   the   church
j improvements.
ing Scheme to Hold Up City to
Extent of $2000.
Night in the Harvesting of
Their Grain.
Calgary, Sept. 3.���Farmers are jub-
Regina,  Sept.      -A    discreditable' jiant  as  Ult>  Pesult  of  the    existing
tmnsactiesi   involving   two   aldermen
weather   conditions   which   are   unex-
bas just come to light. In 1907 the
city sold two lots in the Warehouse celled. The days are warm with an
section of the citv to Aid Wivkinson [abundance of sunshine, the nights
reserving the right for the citv to run maintain the temperature that mar
a spur track through the property. Krlally assists lii filling out the un-
Subsequentiv Aid. Wlyklnsqn sold thelcut sraln- Farmers commence cutting
lots at a handsome profit, to Campbell'ai foUr in the morning, an.l by re-
Bros.  and  Wilson,  wholesale  grocers. ���' la>'s   of   horses   cut   continually,   and
City   Clerk   K'-lso.   at   th,.
Wivkinson,  but not    until
Peverett, of the finance ('Hiimitt.-e, intervened,   omitted   the   provision   for
the _ity spur from the wording of the
transfer, although he   knew the coun
cll   alone   had   th
transaction.
The city now has to pay fllmm for
powers, which of right  belongs  to it.
.,,,;.,.., uj in some cases cut for hours by the
Chairman 'ip^t ��* fu" moon. Fully sixty per
cent of the crop throughout Southern
Alberta is now cut and a total of
75 per cent will be safely harvested
inside   two   days.     Harvesting   opera-
vv o vary trie tions nave creale<l a marked demand
for labor, and one employment 'bureau
report that while 200 men were placed last week they required 600 more
to  till  their orders.
bibntloi ectlng dams. Increasing I
-the head if vater In any exl.tlne
J "body nf Watei ,)r extending the ar>a |
fthereof, iii-, 11|... the waters of any.
|-stream, pond oi lake Into any other!
I -channel or channels, laying or erect" I
I1"? -<y Hi flume, pipe or wire
conttnictlng any  raceways, reservoir,
aqiiedii.   _-.ir, wheel,    building,    or
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June tth, 1909.
New  Westminster   Land   District,  Dis. j
trict of New Westminster. BULGARIAN   BANDIT
Take notice tbat 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.
other
T'-oiion nr work which may be
iWlred In > mnectlon  with  the lm-
Wem, nt an I use of the said water
���M water powei or bv altering, re-
JWlng, extending, Improving, repalr-
l. or malnta ning any such works,
��rany pari thereof.
ANOOrVKU   POWER   CO'Y..   LTD.
signature,   p.   h.  W.  Hope,    A.  E.
Beck, nir-ctors.
���I. V   \nimtrong. Secretary.
P. O   Address, Vancouver. B-C
l8��l nt the Vancouver Power Co'y.,
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of j thence north to coast,  thence follow-
Vancouver,,    B.    C. occupation, tady, ,._-  the coast line    to  point  of  com-
16 and 17, Block
16 and 17, Block   ti;
Intends to apply for permission to pur.
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of KlaoHsIs island, a
���miall island south of Turner lsiand.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the  whole Island.    40  acres  more or
DORA  ANDERSON.
Pe.   S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Menotlc. thai an application has
.' : : '"'' I register Annie Rvder
���V���n" ta   ���    Bimpie  nnder ft tax
in... _ i:"' s""'"> A- Fletcher to
*����� R��d : bearing date the litth
�� n nii'V: A 1), 1906, of all and
of i_ I     "  '"ni'"i  Parcel or tract
ami TL,'''1 ;!"'"isvs Bltuat8' W
\\L, '"    '���""    (lis,ll<'t  of     New
j"���"ninstei   In the Province of Brlt-
kBBwn        ,    a'     mora     Particularly
ft,"1;1 d/8Crlbea a* ^ ��.
,4'   IMS    i
UIN  I   -    i ,    ,..
1 s ;���������/- l" and 20, Block 9; Lots
. lii ., . I'-'' ,7'BloCkl0i Lois 1,8,
,    -i.   1,. l.liH'k 12;  Lots 4, 5. 12
W ; Yl . : U,ts l- 8- ����� lu
H i;,7K '' '-'"s 1, 8, 9, 16 and
17   i   , "     ��� '"'^   . 5, and 20, Block
^ iyi :,n; ana��.i,iock ��s
Lot "fi- , ,:  a11  subdivisions  of
Aaa a\ ^8io,ii,la'is,
,. o. Bock   "k-  subdivision  of
31 ard 3 fwLA- U),s 24' 2r'- M, 27.
7'1'| 11 ,''vk,1; ^'S 2, 3,4, 6, 6,
Block i     "    ;.14- 15 18. 19 and 20
llYIIT ^'LotBl'8
.Yn,l 20"
Ul��fcr A\ Yf ?,lalmin8 lhro��Rh or
any ���''���'������ l in ,i ' pvrsons claiming
tu. 0, . A 1! the said land bv vl.
����d a,i .;.;_, Y' postered Instrument,
ll tl, !;ii"ii..g any Inierest
'"le ; ���    bj   descent,   whose
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
bay at northwest comer of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for '.he whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OL8BN,
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
mencement.
WILFRID DOUG ALL.
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated Julv 21-st, 1909.
Re part fl acre) ot southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certi-
ficate of title number 1757a, Issued In
the name of WUUam Oleson, has been
filed ln this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here
of in a dailv newspaper published In
the Citv of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unh-ss
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Registry   Offlce.    N.w   West-
Land
nlnster. B. C. August
19119.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that  Ralph  Jaeo__on,
Of Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation,  far- i
mer, 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 lsiand. Dated June 4th.
1909. Applying for the whole island.
containing 80 acres more or less
RALPH JACORSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
.  Lots 4, 5, 12,
'��ok :i, subdivision of Lot
;
'''''I  under th,.
viv,
Ur.. ;, ..ami   J
'��� ��*tei|   the  claim  of
s of ,),      ,      "  '"mer t
,    Und Regis,,-
pro-
Ad,"
1    within ten days
��l thi-.        ;   '.   nrs, publication
District of Ooast  Range ��,nev.._
Take   notice  thnt  Jacob   Jacobson.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter,  Intends   to apply  for P*rml-"
sion to    purchase    the  following described lands: ...
Commencing nt a post P'��"��$��?
the southwest shore of Mound W_��
Dated, Juno 4th, 1909.     A.P.y'���*�� *"
the whole Island, containing M J-cr"
more'or less.                       ..,,,.
JACOB  JACOBSON.
Per  B,   H.  FORD.  A*"*
Dated June 4th. 1909.
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office. Fnjnt St.. Foot of Sixth.
Phone  106 P. O. Box 345
CLEAR  OF THE JAIL,
MORSE WILL FINANCE AGAIN
IS SHOT ON STREET
New York. Sept. 3.���That Chatles
W. Morse, the financier, recently
released  from   the  Tombs  prison  un-
 I der .125,000 bail, has >legun his efforts
' to rehabilitate his fallen fortunes was
Man   Who  Captured   Miss   Stone,  the ; indicated today by the announlenient
American Missionary, Some Few
Years Ago.
that be has purchased a majority of
the claims outstanding against the
Metropolitan Steamship Co., which
amount  to $1,157,012.
Mr. Morse, who testified a month
or .two ago that he was absolutely
without funds of property, said that
the money to buy in the claims was
obtained from the Morse Security Co.
of Bath, Me., which concern was organized to back Mr. Morse in his attempts to re-establish himself and to
save the property- which he had developed before the crash of 1907. It
1�� proposed to reorganize the Metropolitan Line by the formation of a
new company.
Lmdon. Spet. 3.���A dispatch to
the Daily Mall from Salonica states
that the notorious Bulgarian bandit
and insurgent leader, Sandansky, was
shot on the street ��i Salonica at midnight yesterday by members of a rival
faction that was formerly led by Sara-
foff. Sandansky ���;_ now in a precarious condition in a hospital. Sisodan-
Sky, was the brigand who captured
Miss Stone, the American missionary
some years ago.    He is regarded as
being  responsible  for    thousands    of Gunnery By Cinematograph
murders In Macedonia. He ls reputed Rome, Sept. I!.���Experiments have
to have committed three hundred mur- ben made to apply th^ cinematograph
ders himself. He has cultivated the to the use of gunnery Instruction in
fi-eindship of the Young Turks since the Italian fleet,
the Turkish revolution . J     During   gunnery   tests  off   Sardinia
  I continuous photographs were taktn of
.. work at the guns and also of the
CHICAGO POLICE MUST
in-rival of the shots fct the target, and
li is believed these will prove of great
WORK ON  SYSTEM   assistance  to  gunnery  demonstrators.
The Minister of Marine is establish
KING EDWARD TRIES
THE SIMPLE LIFE
His
Majesty   Resting   at   Marienbad
After a Very  Busy  Social
Season.
Chicago, ill.,  Sept. 2.���The Chicago ing  a   spcial  section  of   photography
police  depart mont   muBt go to  work a��d cinematography, with headquart-
and every one ��f the s.ooo members
of the force must  attend to his blist
ers   ci Rome.
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Epitomised, the  new chief's object  nlv*'-   ,The flames spread to a neigh- rowed   piumeg,"  by   Mrs.   Coinwallls ���     '��� ,,;   '"���    ���:��� i       y
this:   "When a crime of anv sort horlng lumber y��rd and a coal trestle  Wegt.    He  attended  two  fashionable }      P.?<���-,.��� ��� 't.^.f, ,*J
An Unexpected Feature.
Asbttry Park, Spet. 3.���Sixteen thou-
London. Sept. 3.���King Edward ls
enjoying a much-needed rest at Marienbad after what has probably been
the busiest season he has ever ksiown.
Not only have visits from the Czar
and the Russian Douma add d to his
social duties, but be hag fulfilled an
unusual number of engagements In.
Lccidon and the provinces.
In Lacashire. Gloucester and Birmingham many of his subjects saw
him for the first time since he has
been King of England- At Epsom a
tremendous crowd cheered his victory
si the Derby race, and at Wellington
and Rugby Schoolboys IKeaird lum,
speak oa the duties of citizenship. He
has opened museums, reveiw.d artillery companies and boys' brigades, inspected hospitals ana attended many
dedicatku c -reinon.es.
As to the State functions of the sea"
son, it is Impossible to do more than
hint at them. There were- the usual
levees, investitures, receptions and
balls, and.ln addition th pr ess delegates from the colonies and delegation from the Turkish Imperial Parliament were entertained. With all
tnls, the King did not omit v sits trt
hl.s frktids.
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to country  houses.    He    dined  with
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made   kttOWtl   (hat  lie  would   use the   l'4{_   gallons   of   gasoline,   belonging a���d found time to appear at the opera
'I/nig hi in   military system In check-!'o the Standard OH company, furnish- at Covent Garden seven times and the
lng up on every footstep of blueeoats I ed f"_��e Illumination last night for the theatrt!s  nine times,   whieli  included
and detectives. |0.en,tag��?' Asbury Park's annua> car- the matinee performance of "His Bor
is this:  "When a crime of any sort boring lumber yard and a coal trestle
Is committed to know why it was nol *��>������ damage estimated ln all at $60
prevented or whv, if no arrests wer* ������- �����,8t ot which falls on the Stand
made on the spot,  were    they    not ard 0�� company.
made.''
Never before has the police department heen jolted by such a cold,
mathematical proposition aa the suc-
Philadelphla, Sept. 2.���Little rain
has fallen in Eastern Pennsylvania in
several  months  and   the drouth  has
cessor of Chief Shippy has put up to caused-   se_lous   damage.   Crops and
lt  and  consternation   reigned    when i pasture fields have burned,
the  order was  read  yesterday,  with,    A dispatch    from  York,    Pa.  says
the added word that it was to become ]that th_ Wg paper mlu of p H  GIat.
effective  immediately. ! feiter Company at Spring Grove. Pa.,
The new chiefs plan for reducing has been ^nipelled to BUspend oper-
crime in Chicago, wllh the means at ntions because of the drought,
his hand, was remindful of Lord | -phe Schuykill river ls at the low-
Kitchener's famous statement wheu e8t pojnt in it8 hlstorj-. nnd more than
he took hold of the campaign against i0O0 persons employed in the ui lis of
the Dervishes In Upper Egypt, "I'll .Manavunk. a suburb of this city, are
Ofiee. Eighth St-1lick 'em by algebra." |idle because of the scarcity of water.
West. He attended two fashionable
weddings and countless bridge parties, besides gala daya at the Horse
Show and other public affairs.
Now, after this whirl of business
and pleasure, the King is leading the
simple life at Marienbad, rising at 8
a.m. to drink the waters while walking to the golf course, after breakfast giving three hours to correspondence and State matters, then after a
rest another lunch-
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILST NEWS.
���ATURDAY,  SEPTEMBE
R 4, 19
NOTICE
If there is anything
in Groceries or
Crockery that you
want WE HAVE
IT. We handle the
best in every line,
and also have the
largest and best
line of Groceries in
town.
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This Is the season to beautify J
your residence and protect It e
against the wet winter weather ���
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by giving it a coat of
MAPLE LEAF
PAINT
INDIAN MUTINY
HERO IS DEAD
One of the Few of Those
Who Reached the Old
Cashmere Gate.
SOLD BY
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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n Halifax.     Sept    :;.���James    Dalzlel,
^ who was buried here yesterday, was
J a hero of the Indian Mutiny, He was
��� attached to the third column that ad-
���.-4 vanctd  towards  the Cashmere Gates
J and  was with the party who were to
��� blow in the gates. Covered by the
4 fire Of the 60tb Rifles, this party ad
J vanced   at   double   "'Wards   the   Casb-
��� mere Gates, Lieutenant Home, with
4 Sergeants John Smith and Cai-mlcha-l
Satisfaction is the
thing everyone desires, and you will
certainly get it
while dealing with
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Miiir's Witciiazcl .ream
We also have all  kinds of complexion   creams   and   skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.  C.
and   Havildar Madhoo,   all   of   them
Sappers,   leading   and   carrying    the
powder bags, followed by Lieutenant
Salkeld, Corporal Burgess, and a section of the engineers, among them
.was Private Dalzeil, The advance
party reached tbe gateway unhurt
and found that part of the drawbridge
had been destroyed, but passing over
the precious fooling supplied by tiie
j remaining beams, they proceeded to
lodge   their  powder against   the  gate
Tin.  wicket  was open  and  through I
it   the   enemy   kept   up   a   heavy   flre
upon them.   Sergeant Carmlchae] was
killed while laying his powder. Haveld-
ar Madhoo being at    the same    time |
wounded.    The powder beng laid, the I
advance   party  slipped  down  into  t.i   I
1 ditch  to allow the firing party  lo do
their duty.
The powder was fired by Corporal
Burgess, who fell mortally wounded
just as he had successfully performed
his duty. The demolition having been
successful, the iilVid regiment advanced in column and carried the gateway,
Mr, Dalzetl, for service at thp Cashmere Gates, received a special pension, and was awarded a medal and
thi-ee clasps for Delhi and Lucknow.
Good
Pay
City News
Everything fur the gard-n at Tldy'a
phone 1S4. "
means good work���
good work means good
training. We give the
finest training possible
in stenography and
book keeping. Our
night school begins
on Wednesday evening, S;pt. 15th, for the
purpose     of      offering
opportunities of study i If vml a__ l0Okln- Tor a BOm, i-i
to young men and wo-Up f.i|v nr fo . iocati0_ to build in
men   employed    during tarb(   pa])  on  thf,  settlers'  As
the day. Students relation nf B. C, Begble stret. They
may enter our clasass ,,��� several good properties for sale
at  any  time and  take    ,a     f<    rash terms. 19S-G.
such   subjects  as   they I
may select j    A    car)oa(,     of    fir.t-claSs  dressed
No  one  should   hesi-1
tate  to  enter. Imeats   received   over  the   C
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
61 O Columbia Street
way.    P.  Burn..   _ Co.
P.  Rall-
203 i
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS
TRADE
Owner will trad, 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.
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Our entire stock of LADIES'
WASH SUITS and CHILDREN'S
DRESSES to clear at half price.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
massmes
For first-rla-s  cut   flowers  and  any
kind of Floral work, teienhone Davie--' |(
Greenhouse, R208. '*
Sep   ...   K.   Brown   _   Co.   for  snaps
in hats and vests.
The marriage of Miss F. M. Ban
ton. elder daughter of F. W. Banton.
to E. D. Taonnle. third Bon of Rev.
Roht. Lennie, will take plac- on Wed
nesday evening at Olivet Baptist
church.
Starting Saturday. August 21, the
B. C. Electric city and gapperton curs
will make oiif. extra trip for tha ar-
eommodatlon of the New Westminster people attending the horse races
at Minoru park. Lulu island. Tb
I last Sannerton car w-lli leave the of-
flce at 11:30 p.m.. and the city car at
11:20 p.m. **
Bargain days at P. Bums & f-0-
Friday and Saturday. 201! ,
Mayor   Keary  has  call-d  a  special
I citizens meeting on Tuesday morning
I at  10:30 to consider the best  means  |
lof arrang*ig a suitable reception  fori
Bar]  Grey,  Governor-General  of  Canada on the following day.
I
Buy orchard lands while they are
cheap and become Independent. We
���1,'.. t'v ofuVa! agents of Th,. Western
Home and Improvemeni Co., Ltd, Let
na t,ii you about their choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite and
frul 1 district along th? line of thv
K. (' Eleotrlc Chilliwack lin,. and V.
IV. & E, Cloverdale to Sumns liailwin
,Tirs Bection excel'g in the production
of all fruits. Come al once while the
besl lands are selling cheap and lei ti-'
show you this section at our expense
We can s.'li rive, ten. fifteen and
twenty acr,. tracts on easy terms. .'
IJ. Hart & Co., Ltd. �����
P.  Burns    __    Co.���Large consignment of fresh  killed chicken  for Sat-
Jurday's trade, 206-1
THE NEW SHOE STORE
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colombia St.
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4)
I Snaps in Lots \
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    snd    Illustrated
TH'
Pictures    snd
Songs.
LATEST HITS OF THE
8EASON.
LINEjS'.aj' T_RMSE C0RNER~5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR
B_a?.t^.T,8 w^,.,TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE-66x145   FEET;
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300;  TERMS.
2  LOTS,   NEAR  MOODY PARK-
$600;   TERMS.
��� !��� ���>..      .
ki-e*
Program changed Monday, Weo
nesday and Friday. Special matlue.
for ladles and children Saturdays a
t:30 p. m.
These snaps are money-makers.    For further
particulars apply to
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. i
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THE NEW, THE BEAUTIFUL, IN WAISTS FOR FALL
What will be most popular for Fall in Waists?
This question is best answered by a visit in person to our display. It is practically needless for
us to annonnee that this Fall will be a great season for Waists. The great popularity of the
cleverly-styled Two-Piece Suits is responsible
for this.
OUR DISPLAY HAS BEEN SELECT.
ED WITH UNUSUAL CARE, AND
YOU WILL NOTE ITS OUT OF THE
ORDINARY APPEARANCE IMME-
DIATELY. COLORS ARE QUITE
POPULAR, BUT THE STYLE AND
COLOR RANGE IS SO BROAD THAT
EVERY ONE MAY PLEASE THEIR
FANCY.
Our Waist Section will be thronged daily with
shoppers eager to see the new styles. We suggest that you come early-don't delay your visit.
These remarkably handsome early stvles will be
quick to go. Come while the display is at its
best. Many designs in many other wearables
for wromen are also here waiting to charm with their originality of design and
their splendid style effects.   Prices are extremely modest.
New Silks
Colored taffetas, bright In
finish and rich in tone '���!
fects. Colors are gun-ni-t-
1 le, mushroom, steel mulberry, wine, moss, catawba, reseda, saxe purple, navy, pink,
champagne, myrtle; 21 inch,
per yard
75c, 90c, $1.10
Women's Dresses
designed   for    afi
ceptlon and othei   i|;.
caslon showing , ind
semi    princess m
silks, Brussels n I   I
Mull with silk lm ng .
dainty  shades;   ������-��� b  1
sky and  mauve.      r '
$10.00 to $22.50
The New Corset
Models
Present day styles or
dress need not worry any
woman who desires that her
dresses may hav,' th.- fashionable appearance necessary. Among the newest
styles of corsets -.ti\ those
that tend to lengthen the
waist of stout women; other
desiinis ten,l toward giving
form necessary in the si ght-
er figures. Those in charge
of the Corset Section will
carefully    1 xplaln    the t a-
tures peculiar to the new
models in "Nemo Corsets''
for stout women. A La
('.race Corset for slight and
medium figures. Our prices
prevent no woman from obtaining corsets to suit. We
cater to all purses. Prlci s
per pair
75c to $6.50
"Pirle" Finish
Satin Cloths
The stamp "Pirle Finish"
on a fabric ls a guarantee of
its genuine worth. Materials with a satin finish are
exceptionally strong for tins
season. We feature a cloth
at $1.00 per yard as worthy
of more than passing mention. Shown In navy, Copenhagen, peacock blue, catawba, rosenWOOd, bronze,
myrtle, brown, grey and
taupe; 41 inches wide. Per
yard
$1.00
SHOWING   A   VARIETY  OF
DAINTY    WAISTS   FOR
ALL  OCCASIONS.
In   whit,,  and  ecru   Hi '   wil
colored silk  trimmli
pure    and    silk    ini
sleeves   tucked   1111,1   ~
silk-lined,   fastened   b
front;  sizes 32 to 1-   Prices
from
$4.50 to $15.00
DIAGONAL   WEAVES
SUITINGS.
fit-Inch    costume    materials,
in 6 1-2 Inch lengthE;
of   navy,   brown   and
A  suiilng material of which
fashion   pr, dictions    ' II  ' "
"immense    popularity," lustrous and of woi '   1 finish.
One suit of   a  color
length
$8.75
Pretty Blouse Waists
For Dressy Wear
in plain saiins all the popular shades
for the coming season In black, reseda,  brown, navy.      Prices
$7.5010 $8.50
_(��_f__$r/W->
Dutch Collars in
Neckwear Section
Very lalesl with live or s'x point
effect, and light luce collar..; of 11 1
1,11,1 lace,     Prices,
75c, $1.00, $1.25
Pongee Silk
Smart effects in strl<>ed pongee silk
natural colors, wiih blue and green
stripes; will make a very effocliv.
blouse waist; 27 inches wide, per
yard
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