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\m mn\__��_ttv: MANY QUESTIONS      STUDY PROGRESS
foil Columb      _
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.    . statu a
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��� ���-������ -  1 ��� . _.-    eoik iters
���������   ��� . - - _     .eQ    -" ������   Qu   tests
the  ....--.... n    it    >_ .:    I      e a repot
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'   "���        I   - . :������   I. ,-   '���  ������ I Ti   .-.   ', ->  I.
.:.. at | ..-���  x. ���: ���    :?-.-������������
water   question.      Tb>.   dam
met dear. .-.-..
rates  Statement That Licensing Commissi ner_ in
(    _ Never Reached the
Pole
Sessi< n   Disc Lisa Sl< 11 ing
Au,::::':   lations ::, City.
ill   :;-. :���-..     ���
-i qnar
......
-�� va      :���-<::      V.... ���       Ri
���loners  Nt ������ .
--: :...   Sto-
MBfiQ   of
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months,
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reeuiar nw*
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Matrcn's Re)
l_  -artii -.,-nnten-
m- ���. .  report:
1  ,[ patients. Royal    Columbian
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iarged      	
HEAVY CQHO CATCH
TOO MUCH FOR PLANT
IMS
KI
Halibut   Stearrer   Cei.stial    Empire
Unload at Vancouver  Until   Salmon   Have   Passed.
to
m _u_ v.' August.
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Elenu August.. 141
I  1!y
l*,.   .. in cottage   2.
m,m.    . ,       lilenta   $1582.10
���..���-..    .       Sept. IS
Officers and Accounts.
lH,.��<yr-   of   the board. James
bam     (ch dri ian),    Marshall
to. pvn-. ������'. and the sec-
!���_. were n ��� ���  ������ I       Full   fin..n-
Ittatements were presented.   The
account   showed  tbe to-
Itil receipt,  were   $23,366.27   for   the
pr aim June 30, the revenue high, from   patients,  the
Ijuhiiim: grant In aid amd a small
[Continued on Page Three).
Dvspit.- the large addition made to
the Columbia Cold Storage plan! on
Front sireet la.: year, the capacity
has again been outgrown by the busi-
I,--.-- ��� t the B. c. Packers Oo  here
Even with the ordlnarj   amount of
fl. h brought v> thv city  it  has  been
������.<Mffleuit  to  find enough  room  to ac-
62 commodate all.  although heavy  ship.
; ments  are   being    made  to  the  east
every day.      Hut  with the coming of
the big salmon year, thv a.couinio.a-1
-    S ���   I    '
..... en ,;
i ask< .     ���
.   Prees   -���       -,-*i ���<
,   <      waa
...
.
ki ...,-���.,  A, r, :
21, 190.. or at a 1
 _���        - it    adv.sedh   and
me will ba      .     .,
v. nl. proof.*1
Den es  C'-.-j-s  of  Cook.
"ls  It tru ���::<:>
0)   .-.   ��� . v    ...    a .,- :,.Vi bq   -.,, |. It
point
.N. ..r.swero; '>_____
\\ bai   v.  ...... ��������� I      ���   :  v. i :;���-.,.    liUon,
..    -....   North  Pole;   are ther��   btrdi       Since    Uw    laal   mevt   ���-.  ol
fish oi animals there?" een _o_��ldei_�� .<
when l was there n was in", the ,    reinem  made iii ion_   o|  the
l do not know  it tels, notabb  the Premier, which
ftcHaak.   4 ������������-.���: ���.   s..-.-  .->   ������.-..f '.
UnC*    ��� r    '..-    a,.-a -    ��� ���-* ���'���
ry.,  s.-:-.��.. .   v.:.-~,  -.-- �� .   -
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  -���-..     ������. .    C��la    and
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��� ��� -     i- M     O ..      ... t ot I ���'���<���
.   ��� i   Schaake Oa
panj     hav*    awe  r,\\,\
mm sHtpiM.
UCIURB T(g (.HI
I
it
I
tnteresting Addre_? i   am
ol Road Making Pironuaed
i'vw., l'\p.rt,
v i-    ai .���*"" ...    a.   the --'--
- ��� -  vi ^.5^r
-.���:���,. 11-.��� .-   . .   t_i��  M_m -v'   - _  ��������� .p<��6?p.
. ...   on   I������������        v ,. ._      .-   v-.nsll
. , ,.,       .-*,,.,,���-.���       ...... .       ... .,  ...
  , .  . ^ ���       v.. aftei  V  .i   Trapp bad opened tho
H   m. M        Ul and �������� ���' ������   .������.'���������' -
T:,<   ��� - ........ i ���   i' :���������    rlvei
,-\���     . ;uviimnii>.laiion. finberniirii
a>r.N;.   ., ...   jas;
b*N ...    v       I
Inspector's R<-,-.-r'..
rhe llci m p   Ic ������; ��� ctoi   ( : ei ol Po
I., o     . i epoi ��� a -���
i  ..v. ii   ad���. -   you I       ���     .'I' in
_.,<���,-. ....        . oon. tn
Uie  c ��� ���    v ,i    fo i    ihi v  in   fai   -
I be
ho
fish in the polar sea. had ,, ���.-,<��  steam beating syateja In
No animals  tmr,   al  $talled,  and  the  Depoi   hotel,  which
ha? had a ii<,,>   ",v'>  pui  in the >1bi
Peari   declined  to dis   inn room also a loi ol papering ^ne-
the din
there are anj
at  mai  Bpot
th<  v le."
���inmandvr    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ct.��s  the  v..aiv -      v   he   took  sm.        The  nioel  ol   the  hotels
plies at  l tab  bela Ui   Oook. eiv.v, a  faclliuc. to handle
bui J'- lare I thai C n i   Ban en could
nm throw  anj  llghi ; o nt. . e
causi   he li->pl noi  been  In Greenland
. ...v  Pearj went there last,
Rudo'*<h Francke had bes^'d plte
l!i)i iivni trade ntad 1 think thai .lur
in.c exhibition week no matter ho��
.. i g crowd conies to the citj Uie
ii��>ivis will be able to accommodate
them.
FIRST EMM 11 KM ll
DN COLUMBIA STREET
Sfufi    W.M'I,    faogun    Noslfr,la>      Ma'
(am Companj .ian tiig Oentraat
���Labor   -UaHa.!"
A, tunl WOT! w :\. ,-lMnuunn--i-,i ,-n Ihu
Columbia ������ivn-i lmprov_ments yn_
terdaj lh. nun openl&i a trench (iM
the sew.r neai Stghth .ti_<8l Mie
siiift  will  b.  Incraased  ��������  worn  .1"
Velops, il  Iviuu tba InliMill.ni (o in:t!.<>
a atari  with  the retaining  wails ai
KB BAVS SITTING
Uon  required    bas 'been    great lv  in- 'ouslj   to be  taken  out of Greenland.
creased   and aalmeu having the ricir.   he wa8 Buffering trom scurvj
of way at the presem Ume, Uie ball-      Speasing    about    the    un
but iKHts have i-ven forced to unload  area In the polar region. Commute
a-  Vaneou��-r and will probably hav-  IVa,y  said  that  there  were L,     ,000
to do so for some six weeks yet. square n.ne, ol unknown te;ritory be-
The CelesUai Empire, which Istween the pole aad Uie Bering jtrau
temporarily replacing the Flamingo, prarioui to his expedition, ll. na-
was in pori yesterday with a cargo, 0ot yet figured oul bj hon mucb taai
but waa sent to Vancouver to unload. quanUty wnn reducad,
SS cold storage being full iu ov,r- Asked with regard to the purpta
'flou-in_ BnowfleWs,  t'u-  hummocks  and cre>
Every few daya lar.e quanUUea of Icesa pproachlng  the  i"lU'- Comm__
looho-8 arrive    from    the company'! der Peary said
at Toby Inlet, from eight
During  thia  quarter    all  llcenaod quickly a�� portlbW.
'fishing Meet .- . . ,
to  ten   thousand   B��h  to  a  scowload,
If HE COUNTY COURT <?'"��- "" a"��""	
Fraser river  again.
That is a range    ot   information
that I do not care to Import now."
Found  No  Bottom.
speaking of the depth ot water, ba
.aid that he had run out. 1600 fathoms
of line without rtachlna bottom with
Ma. Reserved  in   Case   of  R��ut-
IWjl vs.  Hornby���Turner   vs.
Jungle Co. Concluded.
LUTHERANS TO  ESTABLISH
SEMINARY AT TORONTO  _ llvv miles of vh- pole
!   I   -we took soundings trom i api
I    St.   Paul.   Minn..   Sopt.   Un-��* -J
Kunzman.   D.   D..  national   superlnU n
Mi   Green, lhe prottdcttl and it   Q
I. wm.   t!u>   ennlnivr. of   i1k>   HftMattl
Paving Company, wart in ths 6Hj
yesterda. and tha contraci waa
signed     Mi   Lowrj will have charge
or   Iho   w.ul,    wllh   unii'i't   al    Mallsi  .
^^^^^^^^ _______   ,vi   __
pted, on the motion ot Mr, Brown \    Tiv _ r  v, u u-.\.i. will b" _M)V__
in doing so he aald the commiaalou   ���V1M    ,,,   ., M,urtl���i;1t,.    iu.    street
ers had visite.i tb. hotels ia.it weak, ���,���u      n,��� (8W4r ,,.,,,_, |������,PWai,  t.
ami found a marked iiiu-rovement iii ,,���  hand       _| tu,  a_  iviiii'ie  local
material will ba uaad, p'u,i W-tUnln
Stat   men   emi-lii\x-,l   ,m   the   wa>rU
^^^ houaei hnve invn conducted in aa�� oi
unexplored derly manner, and i hava bad no oc
caalon   to   bring any   ol   tham ini<>
��.HPurt.'-
Hotel   Accommodation,
The licantQ Inspector's Kporl waa
KlinZUiail.     U.     V.,     aa.   ���
       Idem   of   Bnglisli   Hom.-   m ^"'j-    '^
I ,- ��� 'mally placed before tlie biennial un
igres_ of tbe North American butter-
Ik time of the .maty court f<��rians aieet_Wed in ttinneapola toaay,
Iptter part of yesterday after- lthe pians for a tbpologieal sviiiinai>
���Ha and a part of the day before ; for vounp man to be arflllat>-,l ����
fat occupied with the bearing ot the'^ie rjniveraity of Toronto, lhe plans
iv- Routledge ��B. Hornby, aud caii for an initial expandlture o
Idi; mien the    whole    of the evi- Ubont     $76,000.    Graduates     of     ����
*w*a* in. .ldguieut was reserved  Tor0_ito   univeraity   Inttndina   '"'"';    ������ 7   "���-;,__ ���.Ilu ,lsk(���i
come    mintatera    of    the    Utheran commander Peary wa. WKea.
chureb   may   secure  the  necessary   In-       -A,,,   ,h,   lOskimo.   win,   w
^eca.e i,  a  peeul.ar     one,   e<m-   slruetion  and  .raining  ta thi. prop*   Dr.  0��.k  in   W.  dash   to  th.    poi
\mn, . potatoes.     The de-;.d school as a suppiemeo   to  he onl   your ahip?
lumbla to  the  pOtW,"   he .aid, '"which
gave a croas-secUou ot  tba��i  part "'
Ilia-   Hoes   of   the   Arelic   OCBtHQ The
souuiliugs  wen., trom  L0 to 20 miles
apart."
What waa the thicknesa ot the
lip- ami the temperature ot the atmoa
phere?'1 be wn. asked.
"I had do means of measuring Hu
ice, which wag heavy. 1 fio not can
;o tell  the temperature.
Bearing <��i  the  Oook  controversy
nearly all tbv places, ta facl all. com
pared      willl      the      OOndlUOni   twelve
monthi ago, With regard to ,h"
ileepkig accommodation thara con
tiaiie.i iii be a lack, taking the liol"lH
throughout Thej wera Informed
that iome of the proprletori hao to
turn awaj  l�� to 80 k"o'm., u night,
Commlaaloners Jaggers a��pi   I'"'"
I bull   aadoraad   U11   remarka or   Mr.
in-own.     Mr   Jegien believed .o��4
would   cp'ine   Ol   m��re   freipieni    V��iM
���r tin, commissioner, to tim hotelt.
I miii todan	
Litigation Over Potatoes.
wiih
e on
Unlit    to  eat.      He
Uie return of the money. Tho
VETERINARIANS CONDEMN
PUBLIC WATER THOUGH
N_ witnesses to prove that they aub-commKtee of ways and ��� ���
ingouj u le potitoeB, and that|nnd a favorable report i_ Mitlclparea.
johiilt:.,.    ..���;. ��� ,und with other tu-1 ������
'*i lrom the a une bin. The bin, j
aid, contained 600 saeks and only
,i,;-' I per 1 eni were bad when the
^ was opened. Thi.- plaintiff de-
*M that the majority of tbe pota-
toes W(-re bad and brought witnesses
[Prove that thus, he showed them
K'( bad ao I
lilme.
Jfc". .1. H. Grant, 01  the firm of
Fjiould _ Grant, claimed   that the
mm could noi hive rotted ln the '
1,iloii^ during v: ch thej  were left, |
* w.    ted thai  the plaintiff had
���1 11.  la.  Ed-
mi* e plalnUff.
Turner vs
ever ai   the  pole  before  >'<mi
ll I
Brl-
Institution   Declared   to   Be   ResponSi
ble for Dissemination of Glanders
Among   Horses.
____  .^^���^���_
self.'''
"No   never.      N'o  ludiieemeni   thai
could  t��j  ufTered  them  would temi
them out on that sen of  Ice  UBtl
went there.     Tiny  knew by '-m
once the liability of ibe Ice breaking
up    and    carrying    people    away
death."
:     "Why   illd   you     not.   bare   a   while
wlines.-, at  .in-  pole?"
"Because after a lifetime of struggle 1 dearly    wanted    the honor tor
mj   elf."
FIRE  DESTROYS  PLANT
OF   PORTLAND   fvULLS
Mayor's R*marks.
Mayan- Keary laid h_ wnB glad '" I
hear ol tha manner in which hotola
were conducted, He knew oondi
tUxiM bail much Improved durlug tha
iv 1 j ear. They bad Wl eJtoellenl
license Inspector, in th. Chlaf or Po
lice and should (bear in mind tha
mauy Impedimenta lo hli way. ai
the itiiHseii hotel he understood thay
had mo many permanent board.r. thai
there would t.. tittle extra apace at
exhibition time, though the help
I would im boarded out Mm., ele^p
log accommodation would be of greai
benefli  to the olty p>n occaalciaa nin-
fair lime.
11 Ih worship alto added thai a no
ip.,. ol iu<iiiiiii would be introduced
amending th. liquor license bylaw to
charge a Uoenia tor brewerleg and
.1st. 11 <��� ria��� h ai iin- nexl meeting or thi-
io council. The proposed change in the
scale or license (sea bmi noi been
discussed yel thoroughly
lb-ved Westminster win
Mc.Kinipy Memorial itpiii
Canton, 0. Bepi    is    rhe eighth
aniiive.mu-y of the death <>r the In'���-
presideni    MeKlnley   who   observed
nuu.iiy here yesterdaj \ larg. wi-.-nih
ni 1 uinaiiotiH, ihmiou and   lilies neai
plnt-ril   Itl   the     MiMiilei    nuiiiuulcMiui
leiitiier or Gtaofge    _   Owtelyou o|
New    Ynik.   win.   tendi     'bin   minimi
tribute io iiip> ineuiiiiv ni  ui.-. chief
under   wlmiu     Imp     bhiwI   n.-.   |ulvnla
��� .\1li_'      It     w ...     a. , i,>r-,i .,-   rt.i
��� ��� .   ���  _   at   s ���������     at
which  it..'.,  v.,,   ..:,,,-,  ,-;  ii-a,1.. worl
aii;  �� || adjourn ;,- -.-., ���,-.  \\,m
V.:r   pul lb    al .   pa .).,, :ir-.\   ;,.   ain^-.d.
ap  tho\   see  SUT_ >'(   an  ltttete<H.i_j  a-1
di.
mi   vis,-,- '.-,-, introducing t___p*_k
<-.  said thej eufiired lu thla dlalMtil
-v. tbe ia,k   .-I   un_er.tendin^ or
good road tmktag
\',-.-.',    :.:-., 1 hei ,i   p-ai.l   some   y   '''-<'
municl|>altUe4    <mi   i\\o   t-ian,\    bed
shown   lh.  numn  la��-U  ,.f  (niernoi    bill
U-, >>. I--. ,vvv h, bad bad m-\< t'-.-.i
nreeUng.      U\    manj    pl&ee.    the}
kne��    unnii. Ii��al u,-B   h:��,l    n��ilhci    dip
tactlltiee nel th. mo__j toi good
roads, 01 kneti hew -,,. go about ths
work,
ii,- wished to make p> pelsowal
statenmnl aboul itu> lia*tam Paving
Compenj   :i comiianj engaged n con
liaelo   iti   tbl��     ,il\        H>-.    Ii:>.\   beett
anio',1 al Vancou*.! what ii<�� thought
ali.uii (bi> H:��'-"ani eaiiiii: ioi.I 1> ���
Ottl) I'l'ioi'iipil o\tiei leii.'e lioint a'
MonlrtHil.  ho  had cald  (h:��i   l\   or.iu  \vl
ieii   popultM there, bui    the pap*rs
bad ��n>(   added   (bai   bp  p\plaln��d   :i"'
liiovniii"   In  M.-nlip-al  bad  n��'i   _  fall
��� hew ine.   and   li    bad   b��H>   ll_pO*BW)ie
(,.  gel   Inlei malla'n   ��i   h!6eAl   10am  <>f
am Biuntclpal enterprise Ib thai em.
1 Iie\ ai) Unow or Uie IP,-p|H i'M"'5
piiaM  ef   unmb'l|>al oovinplli.i
SV     li    tHIlej    mevPd    and   ��'    U    1
Wade   aeiemlrd    a   thStiQfi   tn  adieuin
and  In   ietil\ln_   In  ilip   rnlp nf (liasiUa
the   Ipi-Iuu-1    oali|   llial   owing   In   Hip
coal of laiiei in iitiiiRit Oolumbla ibpy
mual siie tnectal ftitentloB tb i--*i'-''
invlflg   uia.hiieii
NEW HEIiiSTR. OFFICE
WILE BE Iill nm
_retary.
Tlle
Cartel Binlth, trsR-iirei of Walla
Walla, Waah,, wiiii hli wife, in spend
lug a niippii bo! I day 'n Lhlg oily, lhe
���hi- -1 nr bla brother Aid .1 Cartel
Smith, 'i inn la Mi Bmltb'a Oral
vIhii in thl_ <iiy ipii sixteen yeara,
mui in- expresses himself n�� amaaed
ni  ihe progreag thai the Royal City
llll'l   made  Tncn Hull   lime
Ml Hill 11 WAS OUI CT
01 CARLSON'S SLAYERS g
ROOf   Mp��v   Op   OiiipiI   Off   Willeuii   Any
l'pn'U"i   tn  Hi"   Body   of  the
Buihllnq.
nmr nf ihe urn registry d_*e
who eommeaoed   ^eaterday   by 'i10
IbUlldflfii   niailil'iE   a   B,PP   biwanl   th��
In
Iln   no
regard '"'
botela
I    llli,I'lll
Ill"
beai    codnucted (,ll.v '��
Ponce   lelleva   rhat  Robbery   wa��
Net    thr    Motive-   Twe    A>.��1��
Made.
A   VALUABLE   MAP.
II
c ^ gepl   LB    1 hi ""''
1  ui..  Cartaon  murdei
Western Shingle Co.
ln '���' r va. The \v''*-
' . igmenl   was giv-
lalraed  and  the
iBsed  .mi only
ly - taxed.     .1. D,
Ktnned)   ,; ,
an,l 11. 1; Shaw
���������������'���	
In th'
Chicago  s.-pt. 15.-Publlc watering
trougha  for horses  were  c lent I
v   the -fit- veterinarian ol  M_ ouri,
K.P  - iuckej, and bj  Dr.* ��
leben  p.i   Kanaaa   ai   yeeterdaj
1 [ntefatate Aaaoctatlon ol
Banltarj    board        Dr
read a paper   on glan-
Portland, Ore , Sept, 15
���f tie-  Portland  Flouring
panj   la burning.     Thi
Is  the  largeal  on  tip '
wili be totalis deatroyed.     fhla com
I   ,    ,'laui
Ml .    I om
I ���   which
P ,1 Ifl       p 08   I,
QuanttUei   I
ae case of v.,���> ean
���   M'inn    respectinK  a
va, Kenny
promlBaor.
for  the  plaintiff   for  th.
ciaini    $294 ir,  and cost.
case of Reid  v.s.
si<UI    Of    'be
^^^^^^^^    Live   Stock
tor   the plalpUfl  Schoenleben   ������ �� ------ meth
��� mcouvei tor the  der*, ta  which, atter aeia 1
��d'   "f  '"'""'"'Whirs' ��� I "     ���'
thai   acourge  ot   borai       "
the  public    wn.en.p-;  YAu',l-  He
great dla.emlnator of the ��   ���'���  (
,ls���  as.erted   that   glendei     _ com
muiileaiiie trc-m borm to men and ���
a fatal disease to human  V****^
I    Ur   .1     M.   Wright,   sta--   ^'"rl1t|i''_
h Producta. Ltd.," anacUon rian of Illinois, <W��*?    < '"I Y-
imU : and i<pr Ume, the public watering trough..
  -erted    that    the    public    e ��
VESUVIUS AGAIN lr"u��h   ta   a   P"hll��   "'A'"     y,    I     ��n
T^TENS   .RUPT.ON   - gfjgSFi SUM--
Dr.  Ward  of  ������Al\���e���I*
Dr.  Wright In a series o.  i'atem
condemning the public trOW��-        (
Dr.  Luckey    ��Mt-   g^ffS
words on  the subject.      in-" f
he   said,  the   public Sf^JSH
, ,1
I'.liii.-
;-'���"
Ixib
.11^   ,1   |,i - .in. ���-.-.-..-
tend' J"; '      f"r the ^
Judgnivnt
���mount ot
"        '<i   In the
Canada Fis
tor
, R��me. Sept. l..._Moun-r Vesuvius
Mir,!41.*'""' ,;uldf:* re^rt rura-
Shool -, '"' '-' 8ll8ht seismic
am. v ' '���" 9nia11 craters have been
laiiv Wtive in the last few days.
l-iii- exports largt
to the Orient
It   la   expected    lhat  the
in     ��in  approximate    el ��������� - -,,  I
  .unl 1400,000,
Tin- tire  w.i    .!.,���!   by  an '
-ii.n ol . dual collec or on th
p','."i  nf th. mill.
The   dock   of   the   'oin|nri.    nn   the
WilUamette river was saved thomgt)
tim effn-'s of the  Bremen  and  ""'
municipal   flreboat.      The   warehouse,
which    contained     lr.n.iiiK)    Backs
flour   and   40,000   sacka   of   .
waiersa-jakerl  and  Its contents COnabl
erably damaged.
A. R. Lewia ha^t been appointed
temporarily as aasltsant. draught.mini
ln th��- city emglneer's office during Mn"
I
*, 1 ���
Dominion     Government     PuhllehOI     I
Chart  of  Lands ot   B, C.
Tin.  mo 1   complete  mfiy    ot    th.
niiiwaj    ell nr Hi"H h Columbia ever
 plied ii' ��� been  Issued fro I he ol
u 1  thi   department ot 1 be Int' 1
im ,ii 111 i.iwa ilarefully prepan .1
iniii,-i the direction ol Mi it K
-i '.unv 111 pet iho dneni ol 1 allwa ���
land p i"i ' he 1 wmtnlon, ll conve
aii information thaii thi ��ettlei maj
de 11,. 1 nai 1. capable nf being pl wed
within 1 in- range ot the work
The    railway    linen    aii-    Slliiwn    With
even tbe small oreeka, ths poatoftlcea,
alUtudea ami nature of tbi- land "'
1 he v in inn 1 parts, and ot hoi topo
v,rii|ihipiii Information, The work ii!
imi ttrtotly oon fined u, the nUlway
belt, inn extendi <>vit the gre&tof
pari   of    the  province  lOuth   of    the
northern Hi��> of tho railway belt
nmi��   It)   revised   lo  duly   I.
Nanaimo
ilp-VP-lnpllii-nl    .^^^^^^^^^
, 1- .n-i da , wn-. the ai reef la ta la il
nlghi ,ii Ladysmith of two wteplcloua
1 ii.n act - 1 a wim bad been banging
around town al] da tn Bg ta get a
ioal  io take tht tn over to the main
lati'l.
'lie- ne-ti will ti*��t lm brought up
completion of Mm iipw Btf_.tu.8i
The whiiq mn rnuoirup i"d of brick
f 1 nm w-niii.   nf   the Pltl  y��i"*
iiiiiii  und Cemeni  Company      I'"'
building win he entirely fireproof, for
although   HiPfp  lo  .  uuiinl I v  nf   w-ond-
winli   U_ed   bl   the   , niiRl nii-tlnii   nf   tin*
,f,     llm     enntiaelni,     .1    C     Mien.
i-.iSil"��-4    Hial       lb"1      rnnf      can    be
burned  ofl  the building  without  af-
fi-'lin;.    111,.    Illlerim    nr    I lie    BttUCtUr.
in any  wnv
Tim oelilftg la reinforced concrete
four Inohea ki thld-fleWi the wood
betag merely ornamental, me Boor ia
nf similar material sin Ihchee ifl
thlokfioee, and with Hip sxoeptlob of
Rhalra n'i  tho niib'Ha and tumiture
Wlthlfl   will   be nr   llii'i,11,nr   innlerlal
NO DRUNKINH8 amono
TROOPS AT GLACE  8AY
OPInwii   gepl    lv     l.    .      '"
Ing deput)   mtaati,  ol   itikla d*
 ���... __, ._   partment, t��a Issued a     *""��     "
. ,i���v   -nd whether or   which    ���   dental       il    '        ":    '
en tm noon       ��     '  irunkatmea     ��     '
nythlng to .lo * ���* aJace llH>.    Thp repot, of tha
In
":;'""''';:1; tffsns :��" Ssrri_".��Ms '-
���y; ' ��::;���---������- ��� j  '���'.
,'"  '  , lh��� .k'i,i   nachea   ""   mi rae,    unjusl     and
ft large lrar.tur�� n   '-h- ^'  j        ' ,..,      n���.    m	
result   have  trred, when it U **����to
look   cnnalderalbei   that  over   five  �������*"*
Tim
������������������
presemt ceaistnicUonai   work.
����� f^toJ_f-__*___^W��
 bekah   Mge   will   Wl   hell   Mils
trough  ins-
New Canton of I.  O.  O.  P.
a new can top of ijip Independent
Order of Odd Follows for thi. dty
wna organised at a ineptlne held iMl
evPtilitK. *li�� Inauguration being per
fnrmeO by tlen. Itaney, of naltlinnte.
a dtaUngUlshOd Odd Fellow.
inqueai  will bi
l ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The   aotopt     "    '"<���  ,""1''  ,1"H
' read)   i"   made, a
VI'iiIi-pI ^^^^^^
whloh iip'iiii i�� nr,y
ilealll, , ..
Y,.|   cm Ison   died   from   the
L atraagllng, ami it  bogtoi to
|u ir murder was tho fsst
lhe  i-rlnilniils. ,      .        m���_
tflry t'.arlson was a tttttat, ami t"
Offensive man, and so far na known
bed no enemies In the town. Wh��e
i,���.,a.l   raided   for   the   last  twenty
"Ifta wpeotod that iome fresh Hg*
wl \t' ..blamed   at   the   tan^t  ��...
afternoon, ond mam*m** V__}___1
���f    robbery    is    genera.iy  dlstmmt.
tianced.
rl, i-l' ll
������������������������
Ranchers   Wlfe   A,s;lu|ted_
,w ���'��� wa_    received    in the
-__*_'_? -     wening to the
, A "����   ��T��.  Pratt,  wife of
torn KWr ' v'n-  i*ar  A^b'.ts-
p,V ���' rutaily atoaolt-
,;', "Mb       The provin-
/���;   ����nce are   investigating,
joing -,. pre 1
.-rlfv.ng   or
, had been
-:���        Mrs.
have   been
Olanu   and
'   1  by neigh-
���*���
|�� reapaBrthle   .or   the   '"""������ e'r"leny ~~~~ZY rs 1 I :��**
T,ZiS^SY Sf^.- Hill Says Rural Life
S_7_---.aSr"i.*Ti? -5 �� Problem of the Age
evidence.   In   __J_^-   *L?��*. wa'er -
tlon of Dr. Wright that runn.ng
dlilnfected a trough.
run yesterday, taking a cargo ��  --^ -^ thft rtatttteg
 1   _.   �����tr_r,-   rrmn 1   to   \��nc""__.      _ _, , fhirH nf our popl
_   a   .-     1   I  Ifl 11 to- farms. The movement from the coun-
Sftw  York. Sept. }i^J^. !!The try  ���,  the city since WOO has be,..
���_MU   .... even  swifter than lt was in the <"��-
';7 will buffer cade  between   1890  and    1900.    We
[ expect, to see
"  ..,-,   which  day sonnriea tnis now. "��� -���;- ,���
The new freighter   ->,h-^ wh^  ^ **J***��%��\3*  ,���..   __..-        ,       .���,_.
was   recently   launched  at    ae ro  itop that, or Wl1  wiii method for getting
City  dock  yards,  made aer^rst  ^   ^ ^ ^ the next ^
object of   men   scattered   in   WOBhtOnn
ments   bavp   been   on   duty   at  Olace
Bay
Killed in Auto Spill.
Great, Falls, Mont.. Sept. 16.���rAn a
result of an automobile turning turtle
near Harlem HKlay Josle Kennedy,
wifn of County Commissioner Kennedy of Chot.au county, was killed.
The K.cldent occurred at the Kennedy ranch. Mrs. Kennedy and her
brother-in-law, F.rneAt Farn-um, were
ou-t riding when the steering gear
ibroke ".u<_g the  machine  to upser.
Cannlballam  In Con_ . ibroKe '���au.^-.g mo uw-aamc -^ -r-
Antwerp   Sept. 15.���Advice, receiv- Farnnm wa- not injur..*.     Mra. Ken-
ed her�� from the French Congo  say nedy aM ahout an hoUr later.
���������
cases of salmon roon '���
She    discharged
Bvaae-Coleman
11 ton wa. in comma
himself  as    fully  saUetJed
n't  boast of our  prosperity.
���op,n! to va_c��"���  ;'^na third of our pop-ilaMon is now  can .-"j-j "1^^ ot the age
h��J ,   rtni engaged ta ^��'ltu/�� ^Si.    at     "otm to whlc'h every thoughtful
h-trf ^J_U_ed   stattatko   brought   rt^ JJ^wed e,i,-an    should    apply    himself
nand an.   -^.'r_   ,.,  ^...hinaton a few yea.a .����o,""_ ,h���  ������,,
���	
It
Ara-
dili-
ed nere iroui ���� ��������-- - . the
.hat cannibalism is rampant In the
Metaba and Bangha regions^ w.,.
the blacks are ln complete ^v��Yral
They have klUed and eaten several
lfactory employees and a te.egrap
i operator  was  slain  at  hla  Key
dTatlvt detachments,      headed by
four  French    officers, have  rert "
[he a��ne to quell the revolt and finish the cannibals.
���	
���
���   Vancouver
n   Spokane ..
i
O Seattle ������
^^^^^^^^^^^ 4> Portland  ..
*
^���  ��� Aberdeen .
A number    of    Important   matters ^ tacoma...
win S up at the monthly meeting ^
Yesterday's  Baeeball.
���
-     . "w      Ulliiav.il       _.--! i'*>iy
��� ��� eeeeeeeew* Showing made by Ike r--v
with  the Washington a few yetan ago ���
tea*-,      .that enly 35 per cent were attll on the gently.tl
S'lrSS 5 tr^e this ey-m-.     ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ty ��������������������� ���
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PAUL   TWO
TH E   DAILY   NEWS.
iq^_z2_>^_3^____^y_^> gvassagaap gbss_b__3
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THURSDAY.   SEPTEMBER  r    .
�����B__CT��S_EES2��-        .^
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT,
LOST.
FOUND,
REAI.    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   yo_   a
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many cf us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time   in   business  everyone  must of  n cessity   know   all   about "u '
wares.       Use   the   advertising   columns of The  Daily  News and  keep abreast  of the  timet.
��nil our
���-y _.*���**_*.*** -*
G-E_a_____2B'
WANTED.
WANTED���A  GIRL  FOR GENERAL
housework.   Apply Mrs J. P. Hamp-
to.   Bole, 129  Third avenue, cornei
��.:  Second Btreet.
lH&tzp. - .^_S^ia_*SiPyi:����?_ ?***"
HOUSE TO  RENT.
&3��2S__3__5i
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
WANTED���A   NURSE    GIRL       AP-
ply  Mrs, Dr. Jones,  RuBBel]   Hoti
-���"7 6
WANTED���FOUR OK FIVE ROOM
cottage furnished, near Lord Kelvin school. Applj   Tiii  i'riivi-s St.
WANTED���TO RENT, A FUR-
nished  house.   Apply News Offlce
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GO UD
boya in B.C. Cigar Factor,  ai once.
WAXTI-lD���A SALESLADY WITH
experience In dry good.. Apply
William Hunter Co-, opp. City Hall,
WANTED���BOYS   TO   LEARN   THE I
business.     Apply  James   _i   McOlU-
gban,   tinsmith,   and   plumbers.
WANTED���JANITOR  FOR  SAPPER
ton school. Monthly salary $20. Applications receh-ed till noon of 27th
inst.      Robert   Lennie, secretary.
213-11.
WANTED���HELP AT THE FRUIT
cannery.     Tel. 515. 213-3
WANTBT^HOUSEWORK IN FORE.
noon by Japanese boy. Apply Japanese Mission, Bapperton, or
phone 261, 214-3
TO   RENT���SEVEN-ROOM    UOL.._.
with bath,  $1- per month.      A
Mowatl atreet, 230 Eleventh street.
WANTED���TO    BENT  A  COTTAGE
for   man  and    wife,    no  childri
furnished    or    unfurnished,      with
chicken bouse.     Apply by 1":'  i
��� li," ihi   offlce. 	
UAXTKD���TO RENT, 5 OR 6 ROOM
Btrlctly modern cottage ta B����d lo-
catl ii.     C. J. Culter,    P. o.    Box
l"".'.. -i'--'
LOST.
.OST���A BLACK POINTER PUP
from Agnes Btreet, Friday afternoon. Return to B. C, Cigar Factory, 625 Columbia street.
GROCERY
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' book3
of account a specialty; agent fo: the
Hall Saf. Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
blv block. P. 0. box 796.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R.    J.    McNeil.      Over    T.    Ovens
blacksmith   shop   on   Eighth   street.
Carriages built, repaired and palmed.      All work  guarante-1.        	
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO. RENT���OOMFOR- ABLE. FUR-
nished bedrooms, reasonable terms.
828  Royal avenue. _ v i 1
TO LLT ��� LARUE' FRONT B_D-
i-oom, 701 Agnes street, near Carnegie Library. 207tf.
TO RENT���LA R(1E FRONT KOO.vi
suitable for two men. Apply after
." p.m. at 60H Trew street, near
Daily News Block, 207tf
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
LOST���SETTER LOO WHITE WITH
blaek tips; Binder kindly return to
.1. t-:. Allen, care of B. J. Fader,
Northern  Crown   Bank 207tl
LOST���AN ENGLISH SETTER DOC,
blaek and white. Answer.- to name
������Luke." Fnder please return to
P, W. Runacres, 711  Queens Ave.
REAL   ESTATE. ^
WHITE,  SHILES  ft  CO.
Real  Estate and  Insurance Agents-
City,   farm   and   suourban   property,
20') Columbia street.	
MALI-: BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL KS-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. l.ti
Columbia street, P. O. drawer IOD-	
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. 13. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556.   phone  334.	
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin j, phone 498. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan.   744   Columbia street.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS J. A. STANDISH, AN EXPER-
lenced and first-class dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 14. Smith block. 625 Columbia street.    A trial requested.
FOR   THE  BEST
c riea, phone MS
Supply Gi"
VALUE   IN
The Pure
P. O. Box 811
GRO-
Pood
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   X.   DRAPER.
���   tveyor.      Eliard
minster, B. C.
B, C. LAM)
block, New
SIR-
\\ est-
LIVERY
STABLE.
RING
sma
bleg
I'P    250    EOR    HACKS
rt   turnout.     The   Fashion
.\su
_-.a-
MACHINE   WORKS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. More;.'.
Stationery Store, J, G. Gamon'a'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stor,.
and "The Fair.1 Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARRIS
t ts an! solicitors, Westminster
Trust Bl *k, Columbia street. New
Westmii Bter.    w. J. Whiteside, n.
L. Edmonds.
WE   BUY   AN]
and   all   1 ,
hand goods. ��� - '-ol
office.
|��TENOQRAPHY   &   TyPEWR,T||
FREEMAN     Bl
Guichon : Ip bJjKJJ
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
THK SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front Btreet, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 92S.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON- & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guarantei I.
Columbia street,  New Westminster.
WADE. WHEALLER __ McQUARRIE
IF. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lome street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143). and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 40.  Hastings Street west.
CUSTOM      S
Typewriting;
ettere,    et
lumbia st- ���
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Co-
lumbla and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster.  Ii.  C-
THEATRES,
CRY8TAL   THEATRE, y f,��� ,
���bia    street, ��!
Pl*"**;   11 ... n(1L
ous attr.-vi  t,s .'1
Monday, Wed *
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���Eor healthy,
home-grown frail trees phone 4)5.
PAPER   HANGING  <��.   DECORATING.
L HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsoinining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixtn
street.  New   Westminster.
W.      MYERS    GRAY.    BARRISTER TO.X80*1 7 ..f\TRE-  co��
Solicitor and Notary Public.    Curtis I       	
block. Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Hox 196. Telephone 64.
v_-cl
moving plctur. 1
Program changed Monda;       J
day and Friday,
PRINTERS.
TAILORS,
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY I www
kind of job printing.      Midget loose CALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S
leaf ledgers;  Cowle Carbon Papers.      loring.     a new
Phone    55,    P. O.    Box 142.      Old      Ing just in.     Button making,
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street. ing and repairing,     Ri.
MONEY TO  LOAN ARCHITECTS
MONEY     TO     LOAN-I     AM    PK_- GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
pared    to advance     money  to  any  "^' ^ Dominion Trust block,
amouni   on    city     property  or  for     "w '       "*""_"
building  purposes.  Apply  Dr,  A.   D.   EDWIN  G.  W,  SAIT,   ARCHITECT���
Buchanan, P. o. New Westminster. |    Guichon Block.   Telephone 338.
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PIAXOS AXD ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will bring him.
RESTAURANTS.
_, M
pg and repairing, Keom _, si
block. Entrance. 625 Colum___
and 204 Clarkson st   Pl        ,
WOODWORKING.
KEXXY'S  RESTAURANT    &    CAFE
Tickets,   21   meals   for   .4.       Home
conking. All white cooks; no Orlen-
tai labor employed.     Open day and  WESTMINSTER      WOODWUKivl
night.      Opposite tram  office Co--  bank- offlCe anil store fittli
| cabinet, siair, showcasi ��� id
and detail work. Designs a.id i
i mates furnished. J, Brookei
prletor. Work-: Corner Elenj
and car line. P. 0. box _l H.
473.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprle.
tress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled -ntrve or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
Fall Opening
Our tailoring department ig brim full of all the "newest'' in
Fancy worsteds, tweeds and serges, direct from the bJst mills in
England and Scotland. We vould be pleased to show you our
stock.
All our work is fashionably cut and we guarantee satisfaction
both   in  style,  fit  and   price.
READY-TO-WEAR    CLOTHING   from $6.00 to $25.00
THEHUB
II.  ROBERTSON, Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal    Bank,        NEW   WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for
Lad is
from
$1275
up.
Silver
Watches,
gents
open face
$6.00,
Silver
Watches,
gents'
open
case,
$7.50 up.
Agent
for    Wa
tham
and
Elgin
Watches.
Watch
repairing
a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Turn   doors   trom   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
MURDERtH REFUSES
TO RECOGNIZE FATHER
Officials   of  Jai|   Believe   the   Prisoner
is Making a Try at the Insanity
Dodge.
Tacoma. Sept. 15,���When 'iin/ught
before bis father when he bad ii'pt
���een lor six years, Charles F. New-
comb, confessed murdered of Martin.
refused to recognize tbe aged man
and  tunned  away  with   a  scowl.
The father, W. J. Newcomb, lives at
South B.-dlord, Mass., and came to
Tacoma for the express purpose of
seeing liis son and helping him.
The jailer and other officials wbo
have lien near Newcomb since he was
first arrested, state that they ar_ convinced that he is making a play at
Insanity to help bis case when he
conies up for trial on September 23.
The father, almost broken-hearted,
stated that he will return to his home
ln Massachusetts and would not be
present at the trial.
passenger train and protect a freignt
train, which was trying to make the
side track. John A. McClurg, age 2.
a Grand Rapids and Indiana Railway
brakeman, went to sleep on a side
track and was struck by the northbound passenger train. He was
! brought to the hospital here in a ser-
lous condition,
McClurg says he wa. worn out from
overwork, and sat down 00 the ties to
rest. The passenger engine, r saw the
man on the track, but could not stop
his engine In time to avoid hitting
bim.
Had he not been seen on tbe rails
the passenger train, which was running al a high speed, would have
crashed Into the freight just around
the  curve.
The condition of the obi  bridge Is
not  considered    safe    for    vehicular
traffic,   and   the  public  generally  are
caution-.-d   against     hauling   loads   of
ay kind over It.
Persons continuing to do eo after
this notice must take all th^ risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Now Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
SHOOTS   BURGLARIOUS
BROTHER-IN-LAW
TWO  DIE AS RESULT
OF  MARITAL  TROUBLES
St. Cloud, Minn., Sept. 14.���Following an attempt to kill his wife in their
home, Frank  Seh.rer committed suicide  by  drinking carbolic  acid  early
this morning.    Mrs. Seherer escaped
by jumping from a second story window, breaking her back and sustaining
internal injuries by the fall.   She ctin-
not  live.     Seherer died   fifteen'  minutes after being taken to the hospital.
The tragedy was the result of marital
1 roubles.
WORN  FROM OVERWORK,
WENT TO SLEEP ON TRACKS
Buffalo, X.Y., Sept. 15.���Chas. Roth,
2.1 years old of Biasdell Erie Co. heard
someone trying to raise a rear window
of his sister's home shortly after midnight, this morning. He fired through
the window. When he went outside
be found his brother-in-law, George
P.vne, stretched on the ground with a
buli_t bole in his temple. Pyne died
in   a few   minutes.
Pyne had recently been released
from tbe penitentiary. Since then it
is said, he made life miserable for his
wife and the neighbors. He had been
quarelling at 'the house last night
and was ordered out. It is said he
threatened  to  return.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
.���ouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le  daily except Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver 1
.m.. daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday,
or Victoria.
S.S.  Trader will  leave Victoria tor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wet!
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tee3.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each mouth for Quatsino and way-
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. daily, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
am.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princes, Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 2.". and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 1. and July 2.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL	
RESERVE  	
Opera House Bookings.
Sept. 16���Knight For a Day
Sept. 18.���The Time, Place and the
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Day3.
Oct. fi.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Oci. 13���Scottish Concert. |
Oct.  20.���O.    Henry's    Xew  Opera |
 114,400,000.00
 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, .New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A, and Mexico City, a genera)
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Totn'   Assets  over $168,000,000.00.
WE. ' WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
<-. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July _
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Que_n   City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
and   Information
For   reservations
call or address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. THO UP,
General Superintendent  Victoria.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfc
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands With
in the railway belt ta British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by auy person who is tlie sole head oi a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section' oi
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
tbe local laud office l'or the district
iu which the land is situate. Entry
by ptoxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the tather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sis
ter of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one ot tne toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each  year  for three  years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne
father is decased), of tbe homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ot
the land entered for, tbe 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 him ln the vicinity of bis home
stead, tlie reguireunnts a* to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notlce In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-on-
years at an annual rental of $1 p��-p
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate oi
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 ol
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
S. S. TRANSFEI
Th(.  Bteamer  Tran        vl
Brackman-Ker wharf every ween i
afternoon, except Sir ird
for Ladner, Steveston and way
Saturday at 2 p.m . r I ii ling
Westminster Saturda   . ren ng
Returning,   leav.-   Steveston ��>i
week 'lay morning   i sc ; I Friday.]
Additional   trip   M ndai       raj
leaving New Westminster al a a.m.j
This  schedule    subject   to ctu
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates j
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager!
m
Canadian Paci;
Railway Co,
Three Trains
WITH        FIRST-CLASS      PULLMA|
TOURIST   AND   DINING CAR
Imperial Limited leaves at ..9:05a.n
Atlantic   Express  leav-s at 7:00 yi\
St. Paul Express at 2:10 P,n
For reservations an 1 other i";orm-
tlon
C  H. POSTER. E 001 'LET.
G. P. A.. Vancouver.    CF
Ap.
The Questio
Where to buy furniture cheap as��
aa good
Is Answered
ttlicr'l
by directing you io the B��m ^i
you can see the largest BtOCK - ���' I
and second-band goods of al
ff
Detroit. Sept. 15.���A Travers,. City,
Mich., special  tonight says;
Sent  back to  flag  n.i  approaching
'Lo."
Oct. 28
-The Climax.
|    Lifebuoy  Soap    Is    delightfully  re-
.o.   5 ^TTII:M H5SK '^or^asSnrSde.^!
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR-
BANKS. Dally trains (except Sanday)
carrying passengers, mall, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter rervlce.
For Information appty to
J. H. ROGERS, Tr.ifflc 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
_wn 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.
1.14 Third St., cor. Alder. Portland. Or
kinds l��|
,:! SeiiaratorJ
more
you
tiian [
the city.
I bave a splendid Crea
or sale, nearly new.
Com-e and see how much
can  get  for your    """1P)' B
elsewhere. tvpe
Repairing of guns, umbrellas.  .
vriters, and light automatic ��"
ry and bicvcles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
STORE
Wheel-
Columbia St.     ""	
SECOND
HAND
"Man on tl
Westminster
Transfer Co.
137
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW
wfflce 'Phone  ������*     BarD '���m
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly  to
any part of the city.
Ught and Heavy ft*
6   OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT. LLiRSpA>
_r.
THE DAIl     STEWS
page thi. eh.
{__��    a I--''
L-,3LSt   \^3u
tf _M
I
.
Resound the last call to our Great Shoe
Sale. Be on your guard; we have
reached the time .limit of our sale, and
when we close our store on Saturday
evening September   18, IT WILL BE
ALL OVER.
Then an more well-dressed feet on the streets these
day? than you have seen for a long time, and our
-:-.at Clearance Sale is largely accountable for it.
jhere an still many splendid values left, shoos that
rill soon cost you much more money. Shoe up every me. ber of the family while there is yet time.
look at these offerings.     They arr sti
open to late callers.    Don't get shut out
FOR MEN
Men's     Velour,   Tan.     Oxblood   and
j/ I-        /     Patent      Leather     $.      and   $6   Shcs
I.' 1        for J3.50
���--.v. X^.   BUM
for	
Men's $5  and  $6    Patent     Leativ .,
High lace Boots for    ��� $3.9?- and $��.00
IOR LADIES
Ladles' $1 Gunmelal BU.cner Boot*
for   . ... ....    $2.?0
ladie=- |3.B0 to f' Russia Calf Ox
ford, for     $2.^0
60 pair odd lta���� of Ladies' $2 to ?'
Shot,  for .$1.60
Missee, Children's and Ladies'
Whlt^. Canvas Shoes, a'l reduced to.
per  pair  . .   $1.50
A FEW REMARKS
-ON-
BOYS' SHOES
FOR BOYS
One tableful of Boys' $2
to $2.25 School Boots, per
pair,
$1.45
f Oft UIIIDRIN
Children's     Chocolate     Low   Shoes.
Regular $1-35 to $1.50, for   ...   .   ���<��.
Misse.-   Rii's,  ��i_es   11   to  2.   Regular $.71.  and $2 for $1-25
Babies' Boot��. per pair      50c to 90c
Many of our new Fall lines will be sold this week at
a big reduction on the regular prices. Practically all
ou** Fall shoes are in, so that we can supply every
shoe want.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY FOR PRICES
WS Big Shoe House. Ltd.
*n of ,h�� K�� Electric Boot,
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARQE8T SHOE HOUSE IN B. C
rSE'        !<S 'Managers taiv. 'K OF K TO VIEW
PFRISH IN TORNAUU Am*. Statemeni
Is  Re-
Man     Boats
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B...Coasf.S. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
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'������    and Thi    i	
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To Nanaimo    Da      at i   p.m.
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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��� - ��� ���             BeavM
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'���--    W  '    :       ;��� ;  return-
.   ���,       ��� ���     ��� |   at 1  a.m. on
-%��,. ....      jay
���      particular   ��� ������
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Xew Westminster.
Or
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the  pla
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JAPANESE ARMY
Will Attend Annual Maneu-
vres  in  the   Pall   Fif1
Thousand to Taki
(t,   15.���
ill
:    '
wiii  e
(
th ith, eighth
Dinloma for Graduate  Nurse.
���   ���   ��� ���
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Ml      .laneous.
Dra '
nation
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i,    for 1
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Kirk,    -     r. J. J .
1   lii tltloi   - 11	
permit
Tl
Hill,  Mrs
���'   '      is Johnson, T. Gifford,
1    ���    loi   ���   y    .    Kirk  an    tl
W,  H    Ki    ���
Ottawa    ���' ��� ���    "
.   ..    north 1
��� ������
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.
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ntll the reaj    atti
���
Intensely Earnest,
indeed, listl
the Japan that an au-
'     ' led  much In
.   '.'. which man.
. II; to death,
was in U
ber. ]
��� '     ���     .
   g thei
...
The Ja] ' ii
_  Kiu-H-ii-
���',..:, '       .
\  well  planm ���
'from the  ��� _ -   ..
3' It   ��� ���     i"   r train  from Ottawi
Thei     ' ....
brlgad
by tl       igil. '-   '    ���..-,     "':(.   ll!,���, '
-      . .    . Y-ho     .rough      ' '    la   no*    leld    l!;i;'":"     ';ud   ��or
...       too1 ,,-   the  purpose  of  augi
'       that, id ' '��� '   ""���  A"-      ���
���   muted in the tofantry re_lp_nts
'    -      ' be 1 I       for three ;   ai -     _fter    Us.  second
- ��� high rate- service the Japanese soldier now
join    for a period of four years   the
'..-,   *W_i  ^Hence lie passes
... ...   cew , ��� irthei  per.od  of six years to
  , p-i to the }*
from -���   ,   ni
tt      femerj  i
���   l'hg his
lhe Royal Bank of Canada
and af-
1    p tl    natlCtaal reserve. Soim-
ni  iln   ��� of the f'rst line take
part  in tlie   annual manoeuvres.
The genral - _ commandlng-ii
���     - p, .....  it chief W both armies for the Novem
proved 1 ' '''."l  manoeuvres   a-ill   be  General   V
over with fi   I I     back awa  and general   Oshlma   and    the
of which wa       ' |        lacroi     eWeh  ol  'lv   general   Bfett of  both
_n effort       ���    ng made  amie_,   Maj .:   General   Ochlal
in ideate the  .   i Ml,i"1' General i i onomlya.
___________________~_~_____-___-.     Lord Kitchener often expressed   to
Japanese offlci rs, whom he 1ms met in
India,, a desire to witness t'i" manoeuvres ol the Japanese army, ami
ni. wish wil; now lit- gratified.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT TUB
MEATS
p' rporrttrd 1869)
capital r-.'n up
Prserve Fund   . .
.$ 4.700.000
5,400.000
, .55,000.000
In and   '   I counts w1"-
SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT
Foreign nm! D mi ,; Exchange nnd
I ,���, ,.i,���.. phequ s bought ,_d ?nid
, eiegraphlc tranSI ���- effected
No.   Westminster,  B.  C.   Branch,
F   SHUTE,  Manager.
II
,   y   :i  ii
i A fr*
Central Meal Market
>rner  Rl. hth St.  ana     .Iftti ATenil*
PHON.    3/Q
LOWELL  *   ODD".   . rODn.iur*
London, Sept, _,..���The two steamers    of    the London    county council
Thaijii    Hi ��� (j   whieli were   purc^       '
tl ���   Servian government have ar-
' at Galatz, c_ the Danub'-,   They
ih"u taken  to Belgrade, where
���'   -   lire; to serve .     ���       ing. r traffic on  the River Saw
v-FJVUU   UlSilhf^ia'
Yon wlll And it to yo ir aavahi  -
U  arr ���    -    ������  !    iking nt this office
i li d "   ��� ' or s '������ I
|Bg   ��� ,.   your  fr'"" '
From  Montreal and Quebec.
Empress of   Ireland    Sept.  24th
Empress   of   Britain     Oct.   8th.
For other   lates _n i par ���
ply to
B. GO     ��� I
0, P. i:   >X.gent.
WHEN  GOING EAST
A.SK THR TICKJI-   AGF.VT
Tf) SRND YOU OVBR
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains  Every  Day in the  Yea*
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It ls lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly Illuminated train In the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time  Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCKS AN DEER, ETC.,
OPENS   ON   SEPTEMBER   1
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE. AS W AR CARRYING A FULL AND
COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW    PRICES.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
���^ms^^tWkwK^lvtmi^_w^,va__m _X_K___. .________---___-_-���
I   �� v *LAJ <f WML C*�� f. " ��� \Jr %*M*
��� ' ive commenced a  NEW METHOD   in      tailotfhg,    hitherto    untried In N        '      ���   '
- advantage of this new method will   enable   nu-to
high Brad I. for   whicl     I ' Iv I
' .it mur. lowet J>rtt!__ tha. fore   AND  THUS  COMPET
ING WITH  THE   EASTERN   MANUFACTURER.
MENS SUITS AT THE FOLLOWIN _
REDUCED P  ICES:
With   this   ear-fully   planned  "NEW  METHOD" I can  ptakp you
Our  original   price      I3..00    NEW  METHOD  PRICE    $23 to $30
Our  original   price      $-l..0tl    NEW  METHOD   PRICE    $37.00
guaranteed correct i  style, exclusive in design and right in prices.
LADIES' SUITS MADE UP AS LOW
AS .jhO.00.
This is the place to have your SUI S PRESSED.
We have the only 1000 .b. PRESSING MACHINE IN
B. C. Phone us your order���we do the rest. Phone
R-508. 	
GALVIN, THE MERCHANT TA LOR
625 Columbia Street and 626
Clarkson Street.
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/���AGE FOUR.
THE   DAILY   _;,:\\-S.
THURSDAY,   SEPTEMBER
Th��   D_-ilv   Npu/c great areas of good lan<i awajting
I IIV*     IhfOIIj.       liCW3 cultivation, it is certain that thi. Ci-op-
Published by The Dally News Publish.  Ph_ ��f tQe land year after year within;.- Company, Limited, at their offices,   oui   any   means  of chemical  restora-
The Dally News Block, corner of Mc-   Hon   being  adopted   can   but   end  in
Kc-nzie and  Trew streets. trouble.      As    the    Minister   pointed
^^^-^.^������~m.������^~~���~^,.��� out, as an ordinary act of wisdom and
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director foresi. ht and as a duty to the nation.
the  farmers  of today  should  cot  ex-
the    profitable    farming   areas
<___��_.ft- a.-* SEC-
NOTICE.
To Our Customers of Hard Coal:
We. the undersigned, do not expect
to get any Banff coal this year.
GILLEY  BROS, LTD.
which t'���y ar.  pri-'leged to hold.
THURSDAY,    SEPTEMBER   16.    1909.
WHEAT AND  PROSPERITY.
The warning uttered by Mr. James
,1. Hill at the Bankers' Association
convention at Chicago on Tuesday, is
one that -hould not go unheedeJ.
The speaker, than whom very few
men on this continent are better
qualified to speak on the question of
economics, took as his subject, "National  Wealth    and  the    Farm." and
ALBEKM FARMERS WILL
GROW RAMIE GRASS
Board  of Trade  Encouragts Ranchers
to   Experiment  With  Seed   Supplied Them.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17. Group 2,
New  Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss or certificate of title number 2396F. issued
iln the name of John Bernard John-
sen, has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month fro n
the date of the first publication _H-re-
of in a daily newspaper publish- I In
the city of New Wrstniinster. issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
i In the meantime valid objectki. bi
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar or Titles.
Land  Registry    Officv.    New  West-j
minster. B.  C, Augus:  3'J,  1909.
of 150 yards each. (Apiiroximate quan-
��� Y. avatlon in each, 1200 cu Ic
' in Constructing cedar culverts
and filling in the creeks at the 1st
anl       .   trestle  bridges   west  or  the
���
Specifications  nnd   ptosis   may   be
:  further information  obtained   on  application  at  the   Municipal
���
Lump sum tenders to be dein .red
at th.- Municipal Hall, on or before 12
���   .i-i  i n the 24th  inst.
FRED _ MACPHBRSON,
Municipal Engineer.
Municipal Hall. Edmonds, p. O.
i Alberni Pione_r News.)
At the close of the regular meeting
Alberni  Board  of Trade,  held
TEN  DOLLARS  REWARD.
foretold that "unless we can increase ot  the
,    . ���.   on Tuesday night. Mce-Presulent Bi.-
the   agricultural   population   and   pro-  hQp   whQ 0<jcupled   the cha:r,   called
duction the question of a food Supply attention to the efforts of the Van-
at home will soon supersede the ques- couver Ramle syndicate to establish
tion of a market for our own product., a factory in Alberni, and suggested
_._ ,. ,,., ,i ,i���.i _f that a general movemmt should be-
abroad."      Mr.  H.1   put  the  limit  of staned   tQ  e_courage   Ihe     Indu8try.
time within which the States will be xhere were other places, he said, that
able to produce the wheat necessary would be pleased to hold out 1-duce-
for their own consumption, as things  ments   to  this syndicate, and   a>  the
For Information leailing to the arrest
and conviction of the parties who
broke into the dresaing-room of the
West End Lacrosse Club at Moody '���
Square and stole certain articles
herefrom.
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY
.,,   ,.   industry   promised   to   develop   into
go at present, at  ten  years.       I hai. ^ q, lmportance he thought th��� peo-
be    said,    America    must  become  a pIe   o��   ^emi   should   bestir   them-
wheat importing country. selves.
The  warning    is    certainly   timely      At   present there Is no similar ln-
and    necessary.
It is    but a plain
dustry   on   the   Anl. rican   continent,
and Alberni has been chosen for the
economic   truth  which   the  American firgt venture  in this line because of
financier    enunciated.      Proof  of  Its its peculiar suitability from the manu-
eccuracy   if such were needed, i8 to faoturer.  point of view.
,,          ��� ���                          , Ramie   is   ustd   in   weaving   many-
be  seen   in  Great   Brita.n   and   most a<��crlption8  of dress gooc,3. Hnd  not
European countries, where the popu- on)y (i0 t[,e g00ds show a remarkable
lation being no longer able to pro- variety in the designs and patterns,
duce the wheat necessary for its own but the yarns employed add immensely to the appreciation by the trade of
Tenders are called for the following works on the Hastings road, Burnaby:
I. Cutting hill opposite Royal Oak
road for a length of 300 yards. (Approximate    quantity    of    excavation,
���2,900  cubic  yards.)
II. Cutting two hills west of the
Johnston road In D.L. 117. for lengths
Artists' Materials
Architects' Supplies
Office Supplies
AT
MOREY'S
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia    Street.
Lee's Furnitu
re
CARRIES   THE    HALL    MARK OF   QUALITY
r^IS  MUctI
BE  ADDED THE  FACT THAT THE      PRICES    Ap
MODERATE.
= iCT_Y
Bedroom Furnitu
re.
WE   HAVE  JUST  ADDED TWO  CARLOADS To OUR ST0
CHASTE   IN   DESIGN;   ELEGANT     IN     FINISH.
BUYING?       IF   SO   SEE   US.      REMEMBER,
S��URWYJSJJnPjCIAl
I   FP'C Furniture Emporium!
Mkmd   _L__I   _L__f      %kj Le. s  Block, Colu-rt���'_ Street.
XEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C.I
WATCHES
I sell watches that keep to the   second  the  time,
Having   movem;nts  adjusted   to suit any clime;
Silver���filled   cases���fine   solid gold,
Watches the  best that are made to be sold!
consumption, now  relies  upon Anieri-
ramie fabrics.
ca,  Canada and Australia mainly  tor incandescent  gas  mantles    are  an-
itg wheat  supply.      It is indeed this other  product  of  the  ramie  spinning
very circumstance,    the    dependence mill, ramie  bavlng proved  itself    by
.,     .     ,          ,         ���     ,,       ���,.,,. far the beat yarn for the manufacture
for  its   food   supply   upon   the   safetj q{  .^  ^
of its   vessels    upon    the  blgh seas,'    Papery, underclothing, hosiery, cur-
that places  Great  Britain   in   such  a tains. la<--es, threads cords fishing and
position of peril from invasion or at- other lines, nets, sail-cloths, fire hose,
ptack.      The failure  lo  produce  wheat ��� b.e.^ln_.-.__ld..m.an     ""'"   """ '"
for its own needs has not, however,
exactly brought about national disaster in  the    .Mother    Country, as Mr.
Hill declared such a condition always
other articles  are
also made of ra.ile.
ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS.
Mrs. A. V. Gustafson wil] receive
at her home, 1013 Cornwall Btreet,
has done. Yet there are many eco- thls evening in honor of Mr. and .Mrs.
nomic authorities who have long George E. McLean of Winnipeg,
urged that the restoration of the bai- The _pecl_, ^^ of englMers
ance between wheat production ami and lawyers dealing with tbe appli-
population would bring back to Great cation of Coquitlam municipality for
Britain a condition of her old pros- the enlargement of the city intake
,     ,, ,, , ,    ,    .,. .... at the lake will meet t"*av to draft
parity,    and    would    besides    vastly I     gultable    resoludon    cov,;inM  the
strengthen  her  position against inva- application.
sion by a foreign  power.   As a gen- !_,_,,_ .       .
, ,, j,, ,,     ,,.,,.   '    The od feed wires for the electric
oral   proposition  therefore  Mr.   HU1 s  ]ighte removecJa froma Columbia  street
contention may be true and correct jn pursuance of the policy of strip-
It is quite certain that local produc- ping the main street of wires, are be-
tion of a nation's food supply does. lnS restrung on Front street by the
in   no    small     measure,     control   Its cUy W'rlng gang'
A reference in the case of Coulth-
i ard   vs.   Sinclair  will   be   heard   this
morning at  10:30  at  the courthouse
before J. J. Cambridge, registrar.
wealth  and prosperity.
It was to this reduction In its
wheat production that the railway
magnate     attributed   the   Iwreaaed j
cost   of   living,   which,   coupled   with I    A big run of iM^'ivv, >v pt-
the     habits    of    extravagance
Jthf river and those fishermen who
now' have been occupying their time to
spread through the country, ha as- the capture of the big fish have ob-
K-erted, increased the danger of the'tained good catches, some weighing
position. No doubt this is true too. ,as h|SQ a3 6&0 VOixvls. The major-
_,,, �����   f������- it 4       a      . . ��ty of the sturgeon, however, are corn-
But we fear it is not only ,_, America parativv.lv small| x_e really 'large fi,h
that the evil of  luxury  and extrava- once common, now being scarce,
gance is making itself so plainly and i    ���.. _, .    .
n..inf���n��� .. i.       ,. ���, ���    ,,   i    Gideon   Brown,    against    whom   a
Painfull,  felt,     it prevails practically charge  of  tregpass 6wag ,brouKht   ln
throughout  the civilized   world.    Yet the city  police court by P. Peebles,
it is perhaps only the natural outcome as  agent    for    the    property   where
of     the   wider    diffusion  of    wealth Brown   nas   b*en   living,    wa.   given
There cur, ha ���,. ���i���iii,���'��� ' ur|tii  today  to  vacate.      Brown  lived
mere cdn be no civilization, no prog- 1(,r fif[t,en year8 in the building wlth.
re.ss, until there is wealth, and when :out paying rent, and when instructed
wealth becomes possessed not only ���t0 leave, refused to do so.
by the privileged few, but by the gen-! George Speck has purcflaSwj the
erarny of mankind, then increasing , rights of the office adjoining his store
luxury naturally follow, :n its train. I'm1'1 recently used by Clute and Sin-
But again, to maintain'a condition of ;��lair as a realt-v ��mce-     "^e partition
A New Fall Hat?
Well, of course.
The one you have been wearing all summer is looking shabby.
We can give you what you
want, all the new colors, all the
new shades, are here.
Colored hats in soft shapes are
the correct things for fall; we have
them in onyx, navy blue, catawba
and all shades of green.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES
;������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������*�������������#*
JUST ARRIVED: Baking Ammoj
nia, Cream of Tartar and Bird Seec
AT
| RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST ANI
OPTICIAN.
PHILLIPS
THE   WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���*������*������������������(
wealth and prosperity
between hag been removed and the
nation must ; wl)0le will be made into one large
contteue the cultivation of Its soil, store. Mr. Speck Is increasing his
/or the soil has ever and will ever be stock of sporting goods, now that he
the  basis of wealth.      If luxury andhas more room-
extravagance    extend    and    the Boil j    The special committee appointed to
goes  out of  cultivation,    then  there | ^eal  w*l_ ti*e extension of the m*..
DMBt  come about
EXHIBITION
fcomething  of that
national disaster which Mr. Hill fore-
lelis.
In the  l'nited    States    the    falling
���wheat production l3 due to tw0 cau.
��s;  a reduction In the number of cultivators  and    the exhaustion of    the
���Oil   by  inconsiderate   farming   methods,  the  latter    being    probably  the
most potent cause.      For  years  and
years the American farmers have exploited the once generous soil by continually growing grain and neglecting
to do anything to restore the necessary chemical constituents thus taken
away, either by the rotation of crops,
cattle  raising,    or  the  use of    good
manure.     The result Is that over a
very large extent of the  States  the
soil has lost Its fertility and ls only
producing  a  fraction    of    the  crops
that it was once capable of yielding.
Such a sorry circumstance  should
not go  unheeded   by Canadian  farmers.      Some   very pertinent  remarks
on this .ubject and the necessity for
retaining the fertility of the soli were
made by the    Hon.  Sydney    Fisher,
Minister    of    Agriculture,    at    Lethbrldge, Alta.,  a few  day.  ago.      Although    the    continuous    growing of
grain   has   not   appreciably     affected
this country's productive capacity go
far,    uud    although    ther_   are   still
ket wharf has decided to go ahead
with tb<- matter, and tenders for the
work, which will cost nearly ?1_0.,
will be called for at once.
NOTICE.
First    Street   Sewer   Assessment.
A Court of Revision will be held
at the City Hall on September 22nd
at 10 a.m. for the purpose of hear:ng
appeals against the above assessment.
W. A. DUNCAN',
Citv Clerk.
City Hal],  New Westminster   Sept.
15, 1909.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
"Dancing Girl" Crepe Paper
SPECIAL TODAY
10c
PER  ROLL
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Queen's Park
New Westm.inster, B. C.
October 12,13, 14,15 and 161
GREATEST AGRICULTURAL. HORTICULTURAL ill
STOCK EXHIBITION IN WESTERN CANADA.
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������***^_
ATTRACTIONS
AIRSHIP FLIQHT8 TWICE    DAILY. ''   |
CHAMPION3HIP   LACROSSE���VANCOUVER   VS.    NEW WEST
MINSTER.
OFFICIAL    OPENING���2  p.m. Tuesday, October 12th, 1909.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  13th���Devoted  to   Scottish  Sports, under the  management of the  Som of Scotland.
THURSDAY,  OCTOBER  14th���Vancouver Day,  Championship lacrosse���Vancouver vs.     New Westminster,
FRIDAY,  OCTOBER    15th���Children'!    Day.      Children's sports.
air ship flight, intermediate  lacrosse and football matches.
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   16th���Championship      lacrosse     match.
Vancouver vs. New Westminster.
STOCK  PARADE, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Band Concerts in the buildings at the ground.
each evening.
��������������������**���������*
T. J.  TRAPP,
President,
W. H. KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
GOD SAVE   THE   KING.
ADVFRTI5E IN THE NEVV5 r��TEI����EH
��� -���   ise_
THE   DAILY    .^WS.
PAQI n��R
NTS
F  C
STANDARD PATTERNS
GORDON'S
jig Dry Goods House
MILLINERY OPENING
TODAY
Visit our Millinery Department and
view the beautiful French Pattern
Hats and many artistic creations
from our own workrooms.
The Fashion Centre
SPORTING NEWS
MS LACROSSE CLUB
10 PA. ALB. 0'
NE. DEFINITION OF
AHATEUB SPORTSMAN
Look For the Big Electric
Sign.
1 It leads to the place where you can SAVE 10 TO 25c ON
EVERY DOLLAR on your Furniture purchases for value.
Come, see and believe
nagement   of   Salmon   Bellies   R*    Data  i  cf   Agreement .id   at   on    ^t^f  #      ____>���
ct .es Letter From Secretary Amalgamation of C,  A. A. U    and
P. D. Ross, of Trustees.
C     F.   A     A
.12-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker
\\ taU_ of th,      ... -     Ise bi tween
the C. A. A l'   snd th. C    .    A    A
rea< he I  .1: the    reo ...    meel ,:������.,.  sl
whicl-.  th v I ... ed   the
��� <     .���-     1..1    _.r f^_a��T_~tn hatchet  and niadi   peac.   after  their
?ll ���'    "      '    "-Y Y. vh    5i��e  years ot  warfare,  at. Just  to
Aid     OConnell,    ol    Montreal,   wno ���*���       �����
eferee  for the  1 ap games
PHONE   176.
NIGHT   CALL  81.
Th.    New    Westminster    Lacrosse
���   .....  ..-, elvt d a letter from
p.   i ol   Ottawa,  secretar.   ol
:  ,        ird of  trustee,  for  the  Mtoto
hand.
Tno  C.   A     A.   r    vrh eh   ba_   a. '
waj - b< en the bitter oj ponent of any '
���n. .'i sxnateur an I 1 rofesslonal
. iia_.  madi   large    conceeslons,
.....   it   . ���  ....-._���. d  U at   for olu'
at ,*i>  rata amati ir hockey and
la< r - -���    plaj ers,   ��    1   ��    .   to   plaj
wii ....'. will
;,,, permitted to do bo without tor-
:, Iting thi lr sti dli _ bo long a_ thej
take no part of the gati receli is or
receive no paj for their services,
The definition of an amhte 11 agr. ed
upon al i!i<' meeting Is p> follows:
1., 1    An  amateur 1.  one  who  has
or
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
C. B.  DEANS
Groceries & Crockeryware
YOU TRIED OUR CEYLON     TEA   AT   35c   PER
HAVE ^^^^^^^^^
LB., OR 3 LBS. FOR $1.00?
BUY  A  $1.00  WORTH   ON
AND WE WILL  GIVE  YOU
CER   WITH   IT.
Phone 97.
IT IS SPLENDID VALUE.
FRIDAY OR SATURDAY
A  NICE    CUP    AND  SAU-
615 Columbia Street.
with ecumsehs  the a im" of Ji"".
ot his  traveling ex-
Is  cltj    trom   the   east
��� :������  ot]  : ....    bta, alrea Ij    een paid
by thi
Ttu   v _   ,,, ttminati 1 <. i_ has all
aloi _    :..   1     that    the     ret imsehs
' Id,  i' Conni..  to the c iasl
��� tin      1     iheli   own autl   rii>. and
that :  ���     .        __i ol thi   ��� ist should
them.
M:   Ross   01 .:.! ol  I   .   trustees
so requests the cluh to ofrward $50
to A.   McNaughton ol  Vancouver 'or
his   _i 1 v ii... as   referee    in   1 lie  cup
..miles with Regina.     On the conclu- never:
len of 1       sertea the loi al club sent      ''' Entered    or
Mr. Mai Naughton $50 but hv sent it eompetltion   for   a
ck. claiming $100 as hla fee. An-
othei , ������ .������ for iin win im forward.
. il in Mr, Ma* Naughton,
The letter from Mr. Rosa in roll
U .p.- follows:
��� Ottawa, Sept. 10, 1909.
"H.  Ryall, Esq., Secretary New West
minster Lacrosse our'
"Dear Sir,���Regarding tin- tee ol
Mr. MacNaughton, referee in the
Regina vs. Now Westminster matches and of Mr. O'Connell, referee in
the Tecumaeb  vs.  New  Westminster
oontest:
"1.    Kindly  forward  Mr.   MacNaUgh-
ton tin if not already Bent
"2. Kindly forward $100 to Mr,
O'Connell as requested toy Sir Edward Clouston in his letter of Julj   11.
"The trustees will be obliged H
these amounts are Bent al one-. l
am, on behalf of the trustees,
"Respectfully,
"P.  I).  ROSS '
A meeting will ho held on Friday
to consider Mr. Ross' letter. li is
probable that the New Westminster
[Lacrosse Club will submit the whole
matter to Hon. Richard McBrlde,
whose appointment as western trustee for the Minto cup wae ratified by
His Excellency the Oovernor-Qpeneral
lam his recent visit to the coast.
competed
itaked   bp
public, or
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
SATURDAY.    SEPTEMBER  It!    THE   GRANVILLL    HMNDICVP.
ONE  MILE
Six  Races  Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL   STREET DAILY  AT  1: P0 AND  1:30 P.
M.     FIFTEEN MINUTE   SERVICE     FROM     GRANVILLE     STREET
STATION.
pur-
sport
vys.   private	
i eipts
i_i Taughl p't assisted In
stilt of nay athletic exercise
as a moans of livelihood,
i.'.i Reieived any bonus or payment j
in lieu of loss of Ume while playing
club, or any con ;
for  any   service :
actual traveling j
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������********$
WRITING MATERIALS. OFFICE SUPPLIES. BOOKS. PAPERS.
WGAZINES. AND IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
IH A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
IN OUR STOCK. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. WE BUY FOR CASH DIRECT FROM
THE MANUACTURERS. WE THEREFORE SAVE YOU MONEY.
NO DISAPPOINTMENTS IF YOU   DEAL  WITH   US.
TODHUNTER & BURR
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YESTERDAY'S IAGING
FIRST   HACK���Six  an.l   a   hall   tur-
Wv  aellln;   three-year-olds and up.
1  Belle of Brass; 2, Harry  Rogers,
3  Golden Wine.
SECOND      RACE-Flve    furlong
______���  three-year-olds and up.
1, Faiher Stafford; 2, Short Cut; 3,
El  Paso. .,        ��� ,  ���.,
THIRD RA.CE���One    mile    and -'
yards: selling, three-yearmold9 and up.
���   ,   ,|a(.k Adams;   '-'.  Zalta;   3,  U>_8
BP0URTH  RACE-Five-eightb mile;
th! Young lea Stakes;  two-year-olds,
VteN$ap0a��Nick; 2, Lewlston; 3. Qual-
Uv  Street.
FIFTH RACE���Six furlongs;
three-year-olds and up.
1,    ocean   Queen;
Fancy. ��� ,
SIXTH   RACE���One  and
mile; selling; four-year-olds
1 si"    Angus; 2,   Dtve
Capt. Burnett _____
ATTELL  GETS DECISION
.is :i member of any
. li  ation   whatever
as am athlete, except
i'i- hotel expenses. ^^b
iii Sold or pledged bis prises,
i.'.i Promoted an athletic competition for personal Rain.
An athlete guilty of any of the
above offences oan never be rein
stated.
tin An athlete who haa competed
with or againsl a professional for a
prize, or whoio gate receipts aro
charged (excepi aa may be specially
provided for by the bylaws of the
union), or has entered In any competition under a name other than his
own, shall be Ineligible tor registration and compensation us an amateur, Snob mi athlete may be e'tgi-1
ble for reinstatement
(c)  All   Others   shall   be   considered
eligible for registration In the C, A.
A. l\ ami Its affiliated bodies
Note:      111    An   amateur   athlete
Bhall nol loue his amateur status by
Icothpettng with or Bgahisi  a professional in crickel  or golf     (2)    social  permission  on  application  than
he  given  amateurs  to play  with  or
against  professionals lm the existing
senior lacrosse series of the National
1,across,, union until such time as the
board of governors shall unanimously
decide thai strlci amateurism oun be
satisfactorily established    In  tht
nim- series of Hut  game,      (8)
conditions   at   present    existing    kn
hookey, under th<> Jurisdiction of the
A   A. F. ('.. to remain as at present
If wo desired, for une year from date,
every assistance, however, to be ^lv-
i'ii  io    the    Interprovlnclal  Amateur
Hockey league to establish amateur
hockej on a solid basis.
Eastcrnrook  Milling  Companv,
Eburne,   B. G.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7,25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL.,$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.ruwn ANn rK��� M���r,1ANTH
Tht
purse,
Fern la.;
:i quartet
nnd up.
Weber;  3,
Americans   Otuclass   Enfllish.
Philadelphia,   Sept.   15,���American*
made ii clean sweep of the Davis oup
lawn ip-ntiils series ul the (lermnnlown
Cricket ciuh. w. a. Larned defeating
J. ('. Parke, 6-8, 6-2, 6-3, and W. .1.
Clothier beating C. P. Dixon by ��-:>.
fii, 8-4. These events, wim those
of the double matches and tho other
I two series, glveg America flve points
to nil for England.      The double waj��
the only  hotly  oon tested   match,  the
l-_i'0']lshm'-n   tailing   lo   win   a   set   In
the .Ingles.
Our entire  stock  of  LADIES'
WASH SUITS and CHILDREN'S
DRESSES to clear at half price.
OVER TOMMY  O'TOOLE
Boston, Sept. 15.���Abe Attell ul
California, the featherweight ctiam-
pion. was given the decllson over
Tommy O'Toole of Philadelphia In
twelve rounds by Referee Charles
White of New York at the Armory A.
Ic. last nlnht. The decision w;|�� a
surprl'e to the majority of
or mota who Saw the B��ht
tbe 8000
whip  '1|H-
 = or nK.ia w,u. .��-   -   ^-^   (,.1,1()W,
THE WMITE HOUSE    Eh=S=
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A. J. BIRTCH.
Attel
the
was
617   Columbia   Street.
s face as t-^^^^^m
rlnK with stiff piinclies
tUAn.r  his .beat to  hanK
around
Attell
on i'1"1
to avoid the P��">*munV ���_. f ���
round was ***������ ' �����
bout, Attell driving f^,,eiin(1 Wti
ron-l with sraashlsiK rights an i
1 T_     va..,l    hut   O'Too e  came  b,i< K
to  the  head,   dui u t   ,
and   Bent   Attell   staggering   '"'"
j corner.
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j Electric Railway Service j
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a
Interurban Llns.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and
station,  will   run  every
hour  from   5:50   a. m.
car leaves at u p. m.
Laat
way
halt
Last
car leaves Vancouver at
City Lins: Cars leave trim
offlce on the hour, twenty minute, after, and forty minxes
after, commencing at 6:20 a.
leave
hour.
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of inaptitude."   which   was   said
have b^n demonstrate on tb
Itlce  cruUer  of  the.  corps  'nm
mer
to
lirac-
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Sapperton   Lme:   Cars
at  t.-n   minute* after  the
and fifty n>inute3   .J,
at  b.J1'
Cars leave  the
tw"Qty   minutes
Dert
depot   every
for  both  Sap-
ten an. city limits ov..  tbo
c!ty Hn..
commencing
LOTS
near Edmonds street car line
$150 Each
One-fourtncash, balance six,
twelve and eighteen montns.
tween s:��o a.. '"��� ���*���"* ��� ��� m  "    ~~
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd J VV/^0(|OMOi 0
half past
the   hour,       ^^^^^^^^^^^
a.  m
Sunday service half-hour.y b*
tween 8.30 a., m. and H ?��� m-
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London, He|it. 15.���Count Zeppelin's
new airship Zeppelin III., which Is to
sail for Berlin, ln tb_ same length BJ
the two others, 442 ft. II. powerful
motors will, It li calculated, enable
lt to carry twenty passenger., in addition  to  Its crew.
The Nights
��re Bettln0 'o^O snd thi eyesight
In   consequence   It   getting   short
Science, however, has t0 some extent   overcome   the   natural      de.
dine  of the eyesight by  substituting   properly   fitted   glasses.   .Occasionally we    find    a    ceee    so
complicated  that  w��  cannot   correct.   When   wa  meet   such   c��*��s
w.  are  candid  enough  to say   to.
Two essential  things you can  de
pend   upon   in   dealing   witn   us;
first.  w��  fit  your eyes  perfectly;
se.ond, wft _�� not overcharge you,
and in every eaa�� when not satisfied we    cheerfully    return    the
money.    We   have   spectacles   ������
lew   ss  BOe   _   pair.    Try   US   for
your ��**��� pair,
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
D.S. CURTIS &C0.j|  ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street
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MONTREAL WATER WILL NOT PERHT PLANS MUMEIPAL
UNFIT TO DHIiVK RACING IN MEXICO STREET CAR SYSTEM
City Surveyor Testifies That the  Njw   N.i   Concessions   For   Track   Will    Be   San   Francisco   Board   of   Supervisors
Pavements Are Torn Up and Re- Granted   By   the   General   Gov- Completes   Preliminary   Work
laid   With   Asphalt.
Montreal, Sept. 15.���The feature ol
toda.-. s evident ��� ���    Commis
er Cannon In t... Royal Commission
investigation was the unquatitied condemnation of the watei supply of
Montreal by three expert bacter:olog-
is>, one v ��� ;i :. , ��� - ,.: own and
esta lished an authority than Dr.
Milton Hersey himself. Tlie evidence
of the doctors followed that ol Mr.
ceor.e Janin. superintendent of the
cive water department, who affirm-
ed that In his op.niua the water of
the St. Lawrence .was superior to thai
of the Ottawa for drinking purposes,
and that the new intake would im-
prove the city's drinking Supply, bu'-
that the present improvements would
noi obviate the absolute necessity
for filtration at some future date.
Dr. Arthur Bernie. one oi the doctors  who   signed   the   report   madi    u
190.  togetiier  with  Ur.  J, E.  Laberge
and V.. Milton Hersey, ou the condition   ot   the   city's   water   Bupplj .
dared  that neiiuer the St. Lawrence
nor  the   Ottawa  water  could   be   i
commended as a sare and wholes
water supply, thou--., th,, new Intake
would effect a slight improvemnt.
Dr. Milton Hersej declared: "Filtration of the water supply of a great
municipality like -Montreal was a necessity." "But,1 witness significantly added, "1 shall not drink the water even then, because 1 think it will
continue to be unsafe."
Dr. J. _. Laberge, the city's o��n
bacteriologist, gave evidence bearaig
out Dr  Milton   Hersey's views.
ernment.
Re.atmg Thereto.
San Diego, Cai.. Sept. 15.���N'o con-
lon for a race track at T:a Juana
.   i. ��� :  by the Mexican  -
rding to an    announce-
���   I   made  by   mem lers of the  San
miion.
When h became known several
weeks ago that the racing men, driven from c I fornfa y the recnt
tic legislation. Intended to tran-; ort
the scene of their activities across the
Mexican : order to Tia Juana, the
ministerial union appointed a committee to oppose their plans. This committee has ben working in s/.-cre-. for
several weeks. At a meeting of the
union it was reported tha: they had
secured a "thoroughly satisfactory
agreement."
The committee men at  present re-
i"'i-,. to  make  public  the means    by
which  they  assart  they  have  accom-
I  their ends.
San Francisco. Cai., Sept. 15.���It is
reported that tbe public utilities committee of  the  board  of    supervisors
have   perfected   in   secret   a   comi
���   ������    lan to gridiron the city with
'..-���-
The scheme has ueen under co:.-. I
oration  for  some  time,  but   the committee has said not: :...  ������. .     ...
ol experts bave   een ng out the
plans.    T,ie start.ng point for the new
system will be the Geary street road,
acording  to   the   rumors,   and   a   -v
way   on   Market   street     and     under
Golden Gate Park in  two places   ..
being considered in the plans.
The mem iers of the committee argue that tiie project i f building a
complete system to cover every part
pit th^ city is the only way to s
the transportation proi lem in San
Francisco.     The   pro Ines   will
reach everv.   direction  from  the ferry
to Deacon Hiil and the Mission.
MISSED  THE   PLAGUE   AND
LIVED  TO   BE 99  YEARS  OLD
Moderator   For   Ottawa.
Ottaw ���.   Si pt. 14.���The Rev, P. W
'��� ���   , ������������     | istor of Mackay  Pr--- i -
terian Church, Ottawa, was unali
Ij   elected   moderatd.   of   the  Ottawa
Presbytery   at   a   meeting   held   this
foreno'n.  succeeding  the   Rev-  -J    H-
Turnbull.    This  is ti.,- first   meel i -
-umnier holidays.   The Rev.
D-  D.  Miller, of Hawkesbury,  accei '-
ed a call to go to 3perlin_. and South
Land-.    Manitoba    The    Presbytery
sustained the call, and Mr. Miller will
on Septem er 26.   The Rev, AV.
F. Crawford, of Buckingham, was anointed   Interim   moderator   of   Buckingham.
TORONTO  CUSTOMS  OFFICIALS
ARE   MUCH   OVERWORKED
Regina,    Sept.   16,���Word    reached
Regina  this  atoining of the death  pi!
Pilot Butte.of Davi,-] Williamson,   .   I
9. years.    Decease,] was bom at Glaa
gow  Scotland, June  15,  WO and re-
memberg  well  the great outbreak of
butoonic  plague   there   in   early   days.
He was ill  with  the plague and  was ,
givai up for dead.   So fast were the |
people dying that Williamson's ooffin
was  brought to  the house but he re- i
covered and the coffin was used  for i
another less fortunate man.   Deceased
came to Peterboro In 1840 and to Regina in 1S84.
ROYA
FLOUR
EDMONTON   POLICE
FIND STOLEN FURS
Edmonton, Sept. 15.���Yesterday
three more bales of the furs stolen at
Athabasca Landing last week were
recovered in the brush near the village. This makes four bundles in all
that have beei found. There are
still missing only aboul $2,500 worth
of the $15,000 that wen- taken from
the  warehouse.
In the lot sti] miwsing there are
several silver fox and marten skin-.
The police are of the opinion that all
will be secured In the course ol pi
day or two.
The furs that have been recovered
are all in good condition and apparently were cached in small quantities
Jn different places in the hope thai
they would escape detection.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
'ARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
We guarantee every sack of
Royal Standard Flour to be the
purest, sweetest, most wholesome bread flour co the market
in British Columbia today. Back
of thi.s guarantee stands the
mill which lias been producing
this flour for years, and in proof
of the excellency of the product
are the testimonials Of thousands of users. Besides with
every 4!t-lb. sack you get a
coupon which entitles >'��n to a
chance to win a handsome
~\   china dinner set.
Grand Trunk Ry-
Excellent Train Service Betwee
Chi_a?o. London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And _i! the priac pal but net   ������:, - ���
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  ".- MALI-
TIMK PROVINCES.
Al_o to BUFFALO, NKW VOKK iod
PHILADELPHIA, Ma Niagara f ah.-.
For lima Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VAUX,
Assistant   .en'l  Ptmrngor and Ticket
Agent, 1SG A-_._ih St..'Chicago, III.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER lHILUNfiAl
GRAIN t0��� Llil,
VANCOUVER,       B.     C
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Tenders are hereby invited tor the
construction oi substations tor tae
, Vancouver Power Company Limited,
jat five different points situated along
tue right ol waj Oi tlie l-'ra_er valley
brancn of the Bnusu Colum i. Bl ���
trie ttailway Company. Limited, as
follows: 1. At Cloverdale. 2. Near
itne intersection oi tn,.. Cogulau road,
in Langley district. a. .Near the intersection ol the Canadian Pacific
Railway in Matsqui district 4. Neai
the lute: sect.on of the Yale road in
Sumas di-trict. 5. At or near tfi.
Itown of Chihiwack, in accordance
with tne plans and specifications a.m
conditions of contract prepared u.-
tne company, and which may be seen
at my office, .:;_ Carrai] street, Vancouver, u. c. Tenders to be delivered not later thau the -p'th day.o,
Septem.er, nineteen huudre i and
nine.
'l'he tender should indicate a spec!
fled price for the construction Of any
or all of the said su.jstaiions.
Each uiiuer shau ne accompanied
by certified cheque in favor of the
Vancouver Power Company, L.mil id,
lor 10 per cent oi the estimated totai
amount of the tender.
The cheques o: the unsucce.-siui
tenderers will tie returned to tuein in
due course, and the cheque oi tne
successful tenderer will ne returned
to him upon execution of the contract
and furnishing of the bond required
under the contract. In the event oi
the successful tenderer refusing to
execute the contract and iuinush tne
bond within ten days after being uo-
tlfled In writing of the acceptance ot
his tend>.. h'B cheque is to be forfeited to the company,
Form of h.nd required may be seen
at my office.
Tenders  to   be  delivered   not  later
.  the _7tai day o: September, 190s,
at   my    said    office,    seaiud  aud endorsed,   "'render for   Substations  for
Vancouver Power Company, Limited."
No tender delivered after that date
or time will be considered.
Ti idi i tati   the iiate of corn
el a o| the work. Rapid progri -
.eing require I.
The companj  reserves to itself the
p.r refu3e anj   tender,
.-. hi ther ll     ���   ovt ei  or higher tnan
any other ten Ier or the same amount.
Dried at Vancouver, li, C. this
bfteenth    p loth)    day of   s ptember
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ROBERT  HOWES   C.  I-���
Fraser Val.ey Branch.
i_i_j_*-_a_?^5^sa____s_.3_- g-i_;gg_a��
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1808 has
been completed, and that the saim-
may |>e seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be add-rl
to the said Voters' List, or any ele'-.
tor who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom; must prefer his or
her request in writing, signed with
his or her name, and shall deliver or
cause to be delivered to tlie City
Clerk within the time hereinbefore
���pei fled.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Clerk's   Offlce,  New  Westminster, B. c, September 3, i.09.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEW8,   The Morning Paper,
,,: B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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Manufacturers and Dealers tn AU Kma   oi
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Moulding*,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes..
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Ti ronto, Ont., Sept. 14.���Hon. Mackenzie King, minister ol labor, i- said
to have been appealed to by cusl
bous    employees here to investigate,
certain  condition.- of  labor  wh-ch  recently came about  bj   changes in  the
department      Employees  of  examining warehouse king,  war- bou ���   -    .-
ers.   express   departments  c-iaim   that
energetic authority  of  Mr.   Hamilton,
now head of the department, causing
them  to  be   greatly  overworked   an I
that they are being rusned from om
��� tment   to  anotb< r to  sui      Mr.
Hamilton's  convenience,  and    mostly
because   of    his    being  unacqua:nt d
with the working ol the departments*
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of redemption before registration     m .   m     ,::   *>*��� 0I
and each ol  you  will  be fore, p"aion. farme/'
;;;;,,,:ivp.a,,,,|.v,1,,df,,,:.ps,.;',1 .v                                             J n-gJon*
WATER^0T|CE'
. ben ��� ���
.ill '���'���
f*%-ster Act, l ���       ' '   ' "   D1.  .iny claim to or iw respi cl of the
| Ne* w        ������,���;,,i(.t. ],mil, and l si.aii register Annie I.
iiv-   ���      _ We '
a
p offlw
occupa
Vancou-   by orib-r  t
as owner thereof In fee.     And 1 hen -
a   post  planted  In
re   ot   Kees   island.
Dated
Brill;
il ol
, ���
at publication of thi-  no- Anderson  group,
avmg Uce_ for ten days In a dally mewspapei Applying  for  the
oontalning    16.  acres
or 1
. ,,]   n,i��">_ - --     ..-..��-...���      . _,.
v 0f Vancou- .published   in   New   VVestmlnstei   will w
'   laviiv   a 1'e good and sufficient service thei of. uj
p_lnmbla,     i;    aaanif,    "��� ...    ,    .       .     ,,         .,, ,..
Utrided
nto  2,-1    Dated at  the  land    registry   oil
in
I
Iter
I.      I'lII':''^ ^���Y'Y'YA.A^ '   *">  <>f   Aug
I     , each, all tmiy New Westminster, Province of Brl I
r,a.
.   oi   diversion
���
ft .     from tm-
;'. ,   The quantity
,. fee, per
���pp-     tharactei
Ulv,-r,  A. D., 1909.
ndian, C.  S.  KEITH,
Distrlcl Registrar.
To Samue] Coul er, Esq.
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
!' '��� d June 6th, 1909.
Lf water ai'
YpiiJ. -""
(e|
The
6ed works, a water
of
power
Li .      lono, electricity|    Notice is hereby
t.nf for t" -    ,      ...:..i     o���.l    a-nni-    til le:i I Inn    will    ),.,   ,,
WATER   NOTICE.
Iven 'hat an ap-
''���   ' oast  Range One.
that John Johnson, ot
'���  B.  C, occupai.on,    sales
: im.inis  t���,  apply  for  permlssloi
to   purchase  the   following  descri...
land :
'     imencing at a post Wanted  on
.3i'"r.!      |  industrial   and coin- plication will be made under Pan   \. the north .bore of John island, an is-
������'��������� particularly  in of the "Water A ., 1909," to obtain a land between Kees island and Davies
e machlney.   license   in   the   Municipality  of    Bur- island.      Dated,  June 6th, 1909.    Ap-
i_,,  operation    ot  nahy Division of Lot  111 District,       plying for the  whole island, con'aln-
ore or less,
JOHN'  JOHNSON.
Par S.  II, Ford, Agent.
Dated June Cth, 1909.
, which ll
operation
jectlc HP"   ^i,e���works for which      (a.) The name, aildros.. and ocupa- lag 60 acres more or less
ia'V power are suit- tion of the applicant ls Horace Wil-
i ifi     The   l're-   liamson,      11.    Westminster    avenue,!
which tlie water is  to '"; Vancouver,  B. C.
���- ���'��� y'-.y .,��� oi  near high tide'    (b.) The name of the lak", stream
.  '���  L  m0     ol the river, (g)  (if unnamed, the description) is   un. ���	
���������":,   ' Y       ch n..   wai.-,- is known, rising in i.n 210, running In     District of coast  Range One
:.v , electric pow- a  southerly  and    westerly    direction     Taken-  v.. thai James Watson  or
J! and beai for traction, light- through District Lot 144, Bums Vancouvei   B. C, occupation   fanner
ifacturlng  am!    all      (a)   rhe point of diversion ls aboul Intends to apply for permission to pUr-
ol .. purposes 400    teet   south    of a stake marked chase the following described lands:
applied,    (ii   if Block one (1)  ln the northwest cor-     Commencing  ai  a post  planted on
e<j for power or ner of District Loi  144. the northeast  shore of    Ow] island.
f.    pUrpi iv    the   Place      id.) Tha quantity of  water applb i  Dated June 6th,  1909.     Applying for
",". ! ���   returned to  for (in cubic feet  pei  second)  is two the whole island, containing 160 acres
_!II'natural channel, and tb.   differ-  (2). more or less.
r j ai-j       between point of dl-      ie.) The character of the propo ��� JAMES WATSOiN,
'-   .Y .   . "'     rei urn.     The   works   Is   to   run     power     machinery Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent,
".'���'....        .   . :. il i i river near and   electric    dynamo,    domestic    or     Dated June fith, 1909.
iof same, and difference of ele- irrigating.  .���_	
-     etween point of diversion and      (f.) The   premises   on   which   th-e
*"'. a ni*  300 feet, (j)   water is to be used is known as Block j    District of  Coast  Range One.
Cn ���    land tat-ndel to  be one il), two  (2) and sixteen  (16) in     -Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
ised works will  District Lot 144, Burnaby, Intends to apply for permission to pur-
g (iv  Thl   no-      (g.) The purposes for    which    the I of (Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
the   7th  day  of  water Is  to be    used    are    domestic, chase the following described lands:
..iuaiion    will   be power, light and Irrigation. Commencing  at  a post  planted  in
' '.   |        ,      ii   loner   on   tbo      (h.)  If  for irrigation  describe    the the bay at northwest corner of Maud
of   \     ,      1909.     (1)   Qlve  land   to  be    irrigated���about    twelve island,  the  largest  island  in   the  In-
���    -     of any  ri- (12)  acres. dian   group.      Dated  June fith.  1909.
|". ���"������..:.��� licenses who or      (1.) if  the water Is to be used for Applying  for  the  whole island,   con-
|;Y likely to be affected  power or mining   purposes   deaori-be |taining 60_ acres jnore or less
ONTARIO HAYSEEDS
BLOW OUT THE GAS
AN OLD SWINDLE
IN A NEW FORM
Four   Rustic  Visitors  to   Toronto  Ex
hibtion Almost Suffocate Themselves.
Toronto, Sept. 15.���Five exhibition
visitors were overcome by gas last
week but no fatalities resulted.
Two of the me" came from Fergus
and gave the names of McKinnon and
Fttuning. The third came from Til
bury,
Moses
Many Torontonians Are Victims of a Coal Confidence
Game.
Ton,nt,,.   Sept.   15���Thi re   are     in
Toronto  aboul   130  families   who  are
anxiously  looking for the delivery of
Ont.,    and    gave  his  name  as   their winter's _upply of coal, but  who
Hossel.    All  these  were   stay-  :ll'o n��t likely to get even an ounce of
ing at the New York Temperance fuel from th_ Canada Coal Co., the
hotel. Tw0 other men were located concern from whieli they believed
ai 206 John stret. About 11 o'clock they bad made purchases and to whose
both were unconscious. The gas was agents these people have paid an ag-
turned on full and the men were mjgregate   of   not   lee.   than   $2,000   Ja
i serious condition.
iDISASTROUS   FLOODS
OCCUR   IN   SPAIN
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell   Hotel.
D.   Douglas,  Vancouver,
R,   Pottinger, Toronto,
Arthur E.  Rowland, Winnipeg.
Norman Vincent, Seattle
T. Jackscin, Clinton.
M.   S.   Raney.  Mango. Iowa.
Mrs. J.   H.   Harris,  Mango,  Iowa.
W. S. Crowe, Toronto.
F.   D.  Henderson. Montreal.
F.   Beresford, Seattle.
P.   Lesser, Montreal.
11. Morrison, Vancouver.
B.   Mancill, Vancouver.
Swinford. Vancouver.
A. White. Vancouver.
N.   Choate,   Woodstock.   Ont.
B. Campbell, Vancouver.'
C. Saunders, Vancouver.
II.   Allman.  Vancouver.
hard  cash.
The story as told by the agents of
the Cauda Coal Co., is confirmed in
part by win. c. Manning, president
and manager of th_ com;,any .who i.
in  custody on  a charge ol  fraud.
For some days people hav,. complained to  ihe  detective    departniuit
Madrid,  Sept.  15.���Disastrous Hoods
have occurred In many parts <>i Spam.
At Bilboa, the Nervion overflowed af that they had made part payment tor
ter a terrific downpour of ram, and a  supply  of coal   from  the    Canada
scores  of  house,   wei,.  flooded.    In  a Foal  Co.,  but  could  get  no coal, and
neighboring   village  the    'own    hall finally .). J. Heffron, 99 Dundas St.,
was   flooded   while  the  municipal  of- had   a  warrant   issued  for  Manning's
ficers  were  in   session.    They    saved arrest.    Now. Mr.  Heffron  was one or
their lives    .,  the aid of boat's.   Great 'he  agents  and   had  in  perfect  good
damage  was caused in Valencia.  Sam faith,  sold  coal  to  a  number of peo-
Sebastian, Gljou, Santander and Malaga. Near Valencia several persons
were killed by llghtnliag. In Valencia and the surrounding districts the
losses are said to total about $_,-
OOij.OOO.
BFRGFTA ANni.RSON,
Pe.   S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June fith, 1909.
|                works,  either  abovw the place where the water is to be re-
L"                        B   V.   Dickins, turned to sonic natural channel, .and
L      . b, C. tlie   difference  In    altitude    between
The [art of the    Memorandum  ot points of  diversion  aod   point of  re-
3da_.ii of the  Companv    which turn.     Th,.   water   Is  to   1"-   returned
xrlied iii-  proposed   application about  two hundred   (200)   feet  below     ld,ct ?l  to,   .   Y1"^    ,      .
I, -.   n   :   a    follows: in same channel and about sixty  (60)     Jake notice  that    Frank Jacobson.
'  tE   objects  for    which    the feet lower.                                              of Vancouver, B. C.  occupation, far-
|   ���    .    ���       hed and to which! j., Thearea ol Crown  lend  Intend- :'"��r- in'ends  to apply for permission
Windsor  Hotel
W. F. Howell, Eburne.
W.   H.   Hawksshaw, Chilliwack.
N.   Brewer and wife, Bellingham.
J.   McRae, Golden.
T. .1.  Routley, Coquitlam.
R. R.  Hayennan, Vancouver.
W.   Watson, Vancouver.
H. A. Strange. Portland.
E.   N. Jones, Dalhart, Texas.
pie -and collecterd a goodly sum of
pan payments, hai, liny the amount
thus collet led over to Manning. Further, Mr. Heffron had, for th,- supply
of coal, for lbs owi.i home, paid Manning $11!, but could get no coal and
this coupled with complaints from
other people was the reason for the
application for the warrant.
Maiming was arested shortly after
noon yesterday in a shoe-shine parlor
of   a  Queen   St.   West   barber,  where
had   gone  to   pr< pare,   it   is   said
to   Buffalo.    On   Man-
Believed to Have Been Poisoned.
Pittsburg,   Pa.,    Sept.  15.���William
A.  Blakeley,  district   attorney  of  Allegheny county, is dyes* in the Allegheny   general hospital tonisbt.    It is _g
given out that  his conditon is most  fur  departur
serious. The air Is filled with rumors nlcg Wvre i0Uud ,ifteen cents .. brok.
the most sensaticmal if which is that eQ knire anr] a few cards ;.llh ad.
Mr.  Blakeley, who has incurred    the dresses on them
undying enmity of the underworld by j At th_ <)fflce of the Canada Coa, Co.
his wholesale prosecution of graft 34 Victoria St, a clerk one day-book,
and grafters, has been po'.soned. W lule la table and Uvo cliairs wlth a lot o��
this may not prove true, the tact re '
IjKts tie Coi ; any  are    restricted  t.d  to  he  occupied  by    the    proposed
... itiuti of water and water  works is none.
iiis of unrecorded  w-a-      (&) This notice was posted on the
iby thi  purchasi   of  wa-.er re-'ltth  day of August, 1909, and
(dmwater privileges fp��r (a) Con- cation  will   be  made    to    the    Com-
and   maintaining  mlssloner  on   the   l"'th  day   of     Sep-
Itctrl works   poweT houses,  gener- tember, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock.
Big pint and such other appliances     ll.) The names ami    addresses    of
U eowenleDcea   as    are   neceSBary  any    riparian  proprietors or licensees
_i ������   -v     ��     .-neratiiig <if elec-iw'ho or whose lands ar.-  likely  to he
llj,_ electric power, or any other affected   by   the    proposed     works.
v !   power,     and     for  eithor above  or  below   the outlet  are
_"...".-��� I me to be us>_d by j the Crown,  H.   B.    Scott,    Vancouver,
I      -.   er by  p.rsons or com-,and  I-l.  l'al-hman, Vancouver.
I. :.:���������-. wllh  tho company | HORAC.   WILLIAMSON,
���_���-'��� a Ive  power  for  tin-      tl.    Westminster   avenue.   Vancou-
I'.'���' machinery   or  v.r, B, C.
ptetl   :::;:ng or othi'r works or to
to   imrchase   the  following   described
lands: 	
Commencing  at a post  PJanted^Jn   P0L1CE  ARREST  MEN
, , ,< ia small bav 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 fith, 1909.
mains that certain interests have l'or
the past 36 hours been enga .ed in
smothering facts surrounding the Serious and most mysterious illness of
the di'strict attorney who was yesterday made ill unto death at a political
plc-ic
WHO MOBBED SPOTTERS .PEONAGE PREVAILS
IN   LUMBER   CAMPS
Woodstock, Sept. 15.���Great excitement prevails iin Ingersoll over the
trial this afternoon of eight well
known men of the town, charged with
Minneapolis,  Minn., Sept. 15.���That
a system of peonage exists in Minine-
v the Company  to oon-
WB for heating or as a    motive
:'-''���"'        : ��� '��� Ing  tramways, Or for
illng,    lifting,    pumping,
IpHli.. crushing,    smelting,  drilling
or for any other opera/-
��to which ji  may  be adapted  or
Peine, or suppl-id for or In con
. ���< ' "ith anv  other   purposes for
*- ,,..    electric    power
LAND   ACTS.
District  of  Coast  Range One.
Take  nonce  that Adolph  o.  Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends   to  apply  for permis-
'scribed lauds:
ision  to
Comm
,sota and that two of   be al eged v c-
assault by  Provincial  Liquor  Iuspec-'. ,_    _���Q  ���!,,���,_���    ���,���    _>��������.���,    ,,,���
L       .        ���.      -., . .  .,     t-nis    are  citizens ot    Russia is the
itor  Ayearst.     The   proprietor   of   the!,    Y,���j_ i     r       ,,!,.,      cj     ���F
U- j.. ti a , , Y,        .charge made ibv Joan Clifton Elder of
Normandie Hotel, an unl.censed pace,   .,      ,.���,,���,   oa'
���_   , , j_n        ��     'he   Lnitvd   bt
was   fined   due   hundred     dollars   for Dartment    in
I selling liquor on evidence of two spot-  'a',       . '
Iters.   After the trial the spotters and ; g^
Unspector Ayearst were mobbed  bv a ���_.
ates  Immigration    De-
t   letter  to    Governor
purchase    -he    following de- fang of rowdies, and Ayearst had to  te|,   t   to"leav
enclng  ��t a post Planted on draw   his   revolver.    Later    Ayearst thos(? wh(j detal_
containing
District of  Coast   Range One. whole island.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of  IUOre or less.
Vancouver. B. C, occupation, jeweler, ; ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Intends  to apply    for    permission to | Per s   h. FORD, Agent,
purchase    the    following      described j    pated June 6th, 1909.
ands: _________���________������.������������
Commencing at a post planted in a
ninll bay on north shore of Berry is-  New Westminster   Land  District,  Dis-
3es that    foreigners
tricked   and   beaten   if   they   at-
the   employment  of
,    ,  _ them and In  some
the north shore of Crib lsiand.   Dated came back to town and laid informa- ca       the law t        fl      det.Un th
June Cth,    1909.      Applying    for the tlon against the eight.   Judging from  ]al)o;erB
90    acres  the previous experience trouble today
jis feared.   A number of special police
;nien have ben swoim in for duty.   Ay-
!earst announce, his intention of push-j
Ung the cases to the limit of the law-
Mr.   Elder
are    general
camps.
_ys   these     conditions
in   Minnesota    lumber
P, I or required,    (gl  For Ja-d" dat'e" Junfl  4(h    190g       A)iply
i swing wati r  an l   water    power
V; application and dis-
l';; dams, increasing
^""pd if water in any existing
Wtnf water, or extending the area
*w. div.ni.. the waters of any
,' Into  any  other
���3fl or channels, laying or _rect-
any lin,, or fiimie, pipe or wire
Jwii-ctitig any raceways   Teservoir,
welr, wheel,    building,
ng  for the  whole  Island,  containing
Iiiii acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.   H.   FORD.  Agent.
Dated June 4th. 19.9.
trict of New Westminster
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of(CondvI1,
farmer,
Cullinan   Diamond   Rumor.
_,,.    .__���_, London. Sept. 15.���A legend is cur-
City Must Pay Costs. Len,  in  t)l(, Tran3valll that the great
Montreal,   Sept.   15.���Justice   Char- Cullinan diamond which was present-
bonneau    rendered    judgment    today Pd to the kiog was only part of    a
the  city   of   Montreal  to  much larger stone.    There is said to
"������ pay the costs in  the  first  injunction   remain  from the    Cullinan    a   stone
Vancouver,    occupation    ._-...-    pay  me cosis  m  uo  ursi  nijuucnoii   remain  trom the    uumnan    a
tends to apply  for permission to pur- j(-^en out by E. W. Villeneuve to pre-   weighing 4,323 carats, of lOin, in enchase the  following described  lands:  vent the carrying out of the high ten- eumference,   and 3 l-21n. in diameter.
_!    Commencing at a  post   planted  at der paving contracts.   The second ln-
������tber
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,. B. C, occupation, lady,
0r Intends to apply for permission to pur.
���ction or work which may be chase the following described lands:
��N In connection with the lm- Commencing at a post planted_on
>��vpni.nt nn,i U8e of th(, sal(, water the north shore of Klaoitsls Island, a
������er ,_wor ���r b"altertn- re- "mail Island south of Turner lsiand.
***. extending ImproMng repair- Dated Jun, 6th, 1909. Applying for
"eor maintaining anv auch works, the whole Island, 40 acres more or
pgj pari thereof. I ^S-
VOTVF.li   POWER   CO'Y.,   LTD. I
IStomri,   ,,   ���    w   Ro A   B |
B't . Directors. \
J. V  Arro��rr_ng, Secretary.
Northeast corner of lot 1469, thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence nortii to coast, thence following the coast line to point of com-
Imencement
WILFRID DOUG ALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated Julv 21st, 1909.
junction   is   still   pending
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
which fell into the hands of a native
chief.
TENDERS   FOR  STEEL  BRIDGES.
Sealed   tenders    addressed    to the
undersigned,  and  marked on  the on-
| velope,   "Tenders   for  Steel   Bridges,"
will   be received  at  the  office of the
DORA  ANDERSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
,.. Y n   Addre.8, Vancouver, _���_.
llSfai of the V
Ltd.]
/ancouver Power Co'jr.,
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice   that  John    Olsen,  of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
LAND
REGISTRY   ACT.
,,'. ' n"!i'- thai an application ha.
,," ,ll;i1" lo register Annie Ryder
; " '"��� ���-������ Blmple, uhder a tax
AA"l '��� ":u 81(lneJ A- Fletcher to
ft v-,1, dat,.  the 13th
���InMi, e"""' V D" I'-'OG, of all and
��llSitcWaln P��cel or tract
an'1
Re part (1 acre) ot southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1767a, issued In
the name of William Oleson, has been
filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I "hall,
at the expiration of one month from
of the first publication here-
premises  situate,   lying
*��ntf_2 i Ule llistrlcl 0I N��w
hh     '"'T- ln ^e Province of Brit-
k_n��.n  ',v1'"      mora     Particularly
Blockl.V,    oe8Crlbed    a��  ^   TA'
. Lotsi so \l W and 17' Block
Lots s!' . ��� ��� " and 17, Block 6;
1 j, ,Y:,  - 1: and 20, Block 9; Lots
n��MM _iBta* n'< Xjots 4-5.1:J-
m'l T Wo<* i::; Ults l, 8, ii, ir,
��.l ;,-';���' ,; ^ts l, 8. 9, 1. a��d
17; ix,"I _otB ���'' 5- i,n<J 20, Block
^t 6 _w_ .: 16 and 17. B'eok is;
mm ' 21; a11 subdivision!, of
H ti.m V. i? V ^ta 10. 11, 12, 13,
Ut'Vo,,    ''.  "K" Bibdlvision Of
51 A  I A, lxU�� 2.1,25,20   27,
'���10,111.1^,1; ^ 2- 3- 4, 5. 6.
B1<H i:  ",��� i.14' U) 18- 19 and 30,
(I. p; ���,'���, \l't Y Block 5;   Lots  1. 8.
purchase    the
Intends  to   apply   for   permission   to  the date . ,
following      described  of In a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the sab! wrtlflcate unlesB
in   the   meantime   valid   objection   tie
lands:
Commencing a< a post planted in
bay at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June Gth, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June tith, 1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
landa:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore in a small bay on
Compton lsiand. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applying for the whole lsianu,
containing 80 acres more or l(,ss.
RALPH JACOBSON.
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
13
mui 17,
Hlo.k 15-
Lots 4, 5, 12,
_03.Qr.unB1l?ic9'8ubdWBton'o_'LTt
!V'"''"   'M.Immock4'orLot
Yn" and ii,     '      '���
und"r you   nli" ?almln8 through or
atly iiiin,,.,.,' ,    .. '  Parsons claiming
till!    Of     |
Uiy
, "the said land by vh-
f"1''!! peJson=^'ftered Instrument,
l�� the i,, s ' ' 'ni,1K ��. uteres.
""Ms iYYA " ^cent, whose
> fte��5 under th, pro.
v.. :,,llir( the    Land  Registry  Act."
v,\;;  h ;-    wUliin   ten   days
the first publication
In default r.t �� eav-
Dlstrlct of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver. B. C, occupation, carpenter intends k> apply for perm s-
slon to purchase the following oe"
scribed lands: ._
Commencing nt a post  planted  on
the southwest shore of Mound isiami.
Dated, June 4th, 1909.      Apply!"!-' tor
the whole island, containing 80 acre. ,
more or less. __.,
JACOB  JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent,
Dated June 4th. 1909.
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Offlce,    New  V^st-
nlnster, B. C. August 2, 1909.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
I. O. O. P.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Columbia   street,   everv   Monday   evening , .,.
.   .    ��� i ��_      .A-   u-_-_���_,a���   ���-���._  commissioners  of  the  Trans.ontinen-
at  8  oclock.    Jas.  rerguson, noble: "    .     ,,    , .
��a    vi,   n   r..a���,i,__,   -a   bcpv       tai Railway, until 12 o'clock noon of
|the 2Sth day of September, 1909, for
the construction and erection of steel
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE N'O. 3
���Meetings the Hrsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting bretti-
ren cordiallv invited to attend.
Lodge room, "A. O. U. W. hall, Odd- l>��lnt�� named helow:
fellows' block, Clarkson streei, District   a
BUperstructures and floor systems
(with ties and wooden guard rails
complete)  required for bridges at the
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, I.O.F. MLUe.
���Meets the fourth   Friday   ln   the    s'--��~
month  at    S  o'clock,  in  the  small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL   ORDER   OP   EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20��� Meets every Tuesday  149.0   Odell  Brook
124.5
133.0
184.07
Date
Bridge. of Completion.
Cains River  Dec. 1, 19oy.
South  West Miiraniichi,
N. B March 15. 1910.
Juniper Brook  ..April 1, 1910.
evening at . p.m. in the Eagles-
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Altch-
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secretary.
notice ana
in default of
IT  PAYS TO ADVfcRTISE
���IN���
THE
DAILY
NEWS
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
JO ARD OF TRADE���NEW W EST ���
minster Board of Trade meets in me
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnna
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at e p.m. annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month ln K. of P.
hall.     Chief, W. Sutherland.
I. O. G. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets ln Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon laodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.J L 0. L.
No. 1150; L. O. L.. No. 1593; Court
Sapperton. No. 468:1, I. O. F.; 0, O.
F. Court Westminster. No. 880;
Brotherhood of Owls, Ne.t No. 29. j August 28, 1909,
District "D."
C2.25    Circle River Inly 1, 1910.
02.5 LOW Bush River, June 1, 1910
99.0 Brule Creek ...April 1, 1910
109.29 Frederiohouse River, " "
113.48 BuskgOW River April 15, 1910.
123.5 Driftwood River, May 1, 1910.
135.0     Mattagama River, June 1, 1910
Plans and profiles may ,be seen and
full information obtained at the office
of the Chief Engineer at Ottawa,
Ontario
After contracts are awarded the
successful tenderers must submit designs of all superstructures with
stress sheets all to be ln accordance
with the Specifications of Department
of Railways and Canals of the Dominion Government, 1908. The class
cf load to be used is that designated
"Heavy" ln the said specifications.
Tenders wlll be received for one or
more of the structures required.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque ou a chartered bank of the Dominion of Canada payable to the Commissioners of
the Transcontinental Railway, for a
sum equal to five per cent. (5 p.c.) ot
the amount of the tender.
The right ls reserved to reject auy
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary,
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, Dated of Ottawa,
correspondence were  founa.
The day book and letters were seized and from these with the assistance
of the clerk it wag possible to o.tain
the names and addresses of over sixty
agents who were -selling coal throughout the city and of some who were
selling iu other parts of Ontario. The
books showed that orders had been
received from Toronto householders
for over 650 tons of coal and that all
who bad ordered had paid Suing very-
ing from $2 to nearly $40. The clerk
stated that Manning got about twenty-
five tons from a local company, and
this had been delivered to the most
persistent of tbe customers. Unly
part of this coal which was bought
from the Star Coal Co., had been paid
for.
Now is the time to get your Sewing Machine for your fall sewing. I
have a complete stock of Singer,
Wheeler & WTllson. Our prices are
the lowest, for cash or monthly installments, doia't purchass until you
get our prices and terms
We have pianos, organs, and talking machines and records. Victor,
Rurllner .and Edison, all on easy
terms. Violins, Guitars, Banjos. Mandolins, Accordions, and Concertinas,
Zithers, Sheet Music all the latest
popular publications.
A call will convince you that our
prices are right.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
ATENTS
Trade Marks
Designs
CoPvmoHTsAc.
Anyone tending a eketcb nnd description m_.
lulckl. ascertain our opinion true whoincr ��n
fn-entlnn Is proh.t.lrPatentable, fon'inunlra.
tlonsntrtotlyronti.eiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest apeiir. for sccurmiM'tttents.
Patents taken through Munn 4 Co, receive
special notice, without charge, In the
Scientific.
A handsomely Ulustrated weekly.   Largest ��.
oulatloo of any selentlno journal.   Terms lot
Canada, *U5 a year, postage prepaid.   Sold by
all Dewsdealerfc
Una-- OBce. -tt - . t- Wasbiaston. D. C
MAKE YOUR AP. cAu to the publlo
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEW8.   The Morning Paper.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY HEWSr
We Buy
So That
We Can
Sell
and sell so that we
can sell again. We
have the goods at
the right price, and
(what is more), the
right goods. We
never fail to please
those who want the
best.
If you want anything in our grocery or crockery
line call in and see
us; we are here to
supply you.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
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This (a the season to beautify
your residence and protect it
against the wet winter weather
by giving it a coat of
MAPLE LEAF
PAINT
SOLD BY
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THURSDAY,   SEPTEMBer 16
Bargain   day at  P.
Friday and Saturday.
Btiius   &.
Co.'s
114-tf.
There will be a meeting of the Native Sons, Post No. 4, thi. evening
at the K. of P. hall.
Everything for the garden at Tidy's
1 phone 184. "
Mayor Keary will leave tomorrow
for a visit to Lytton. Llllooet and
Ashcroft in the interests of the '*���
A.  and -.   society.
Be sur.  your Pall
cules soles on.
shoes  have Her-
Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Wilctiazel Cream
We also havj all  kinds of complexion  creams  and  skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Next Wednesday Westminster
Ouuc 1 R. T. of T win hold an U
home to members and friends, ihere
will be a short program, aud refreshments will be served.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kin. of Floral worK, telephone Davit.
Greennouse, R20S. "
Dr. J. D. Gamble, optician, is at
025 Columbia street, Room 13, every
Friday.
For light lunches, teas and candies
the place is Smith's, late Ayiing. 715
Columbia street. -"'���������
Hercules sole leather Wil] wear out
two pairs of any other sole I1 a���.:.���..'r
| made.
The last game in the B. C. L. A.
schedule will be played at Queen's
park this Saturday. Don't forget to
turn out and cheer the local boys. ������
A harvest thanksgiving supper will
be held in the old I. 0. 0. P. hall on
Saturday between 5 atid 8 p.m. in
connection with the West End -Methodist church.
B. C. E. R. city and Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for th,;- accommodation of the New Westminster people attending the horse races
at Minoru park. Lulu island. The
last Sapperton car will leave the office at 11:30 p.m., and the city car at
11:20 ;.m.
Oysters    are  now    In   season.      A
full supply  of eastern and  Olympian
at Benson ft Ayiing, Begbie street.
211-tf.
If you
shoes  wi
wear    Hercules    soles
1  never ne^d resoling.
your
Another      large
fresh chickens.      P.
214-tf.
consignment
Burns <_  Co.
of
Buy orchard  "lands   w-hile  they  are
cheap and  become independent.      We
are the official agents of The Western
, _ , ,   ,     Home and improvement Co., Ltd. Let
The purpos. of Education i, to help  ���_ tel| _0(J about [h.jr choice hoIdlng8
a person    to work to   advantage���to lat Appleland.      A new  townsite and
, _    . _.     fruit  district    along the  line of    the
make   every    stroke   count.      In  the -   c   E,ectric chiliiwaCk  lin_ aQd v.
rank  and  file   the   educat:d   men  getlv*. & E, Cloverdale to Sumas Railway.
..     .     .      , _,_        l, n__|This section excel;, in the production
the ^t salaries.      H_ve you enrolled ���     a). fruits     Qom .. 0_c_ ^ th_
for   a   Commercial     training     at    our (best lands are selling cheap and let Up-p
night   school,  which   begins     Wednes
day evening, September 15th?  If not,
DO IT NOW.
I show you tills section at our expense.
We can sell five, ten, fifteen ani
twenty acrt. tracts ou easy terms. .'.
J.  Hart  &  Co.,  Ltd. *���
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
610 Columbia Street
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re
PHONE 475.
TRADE
Owner will trads for good farm land
Improved or otherwise, a 9 roorr. house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New Westminster. Splendid view.
Monthly rental $25. Send fuilest particulars of property to ROOM 3. INNS
OF  COURT  BLOCK. VANCOUVER.
14-100 acres of portion of sec-
ti'in 21, hlock 5, north range 6, west
New  Westminster  district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 5657F issued in
the name of Island Lodge No. 24, I. O.
O. F., has been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby givo that I shall,
{at the expiration of one month from
ithe date of the first publication here-
'of, in a daily newspaper published In
tbe   c'ty  of   New   Westminster,   issue
a   duplicate   of    he   sail   certificate.
unless   in  the  meantime valid   objection be made to me in writing.
C. 8. KEITH.
Distr   ���   Ri _i,: rar of Titles.
.Land
Remember tbe big lacrosse match
between New Westminster arad Vancouver at the Queen's park oval on
j Saturday. This is the last of the
1 schedule, and tbe local boys are out
to win. *���
Harvest Thanksgiving supper in
Mr. Geo. Adams' hall. Columbia
\street, Saturday lSth. 19uH. from 5 to
\ >- p.m. Controlled by Ladies' Aid of
I West End Methodist church. Tick-
lets 50c. Speeches and program afterward. 214-tf,
Garnet and  Harry Bllodeau  yester-
'day   left   for     Portland.   Ore.,   wh.re
they entered the Columbia university
j for an undergraduate course.
An old man appeared in the police
j court yesterday on a charge of inde-
jcent assault on a small girl, and was
I committed   for    trial   by   the   magis-
trate.      In  the afternoon an applica-
tion   for   bail   was     heard   by   Judge
Howay  and set at $2000, one-half  to
I be in the accused's recognizances and
two sureties of $50(j each.
Grouse shooting opened yesterday
Westmin-ianfl a number of part:es of local nlm-
rods packed their wallets, and struck
for the hunting grounds. The grouse
are reported as fairly plentiful in the
country and good bags are expected.
r 1 t1j_DE IN SOUTH BEND 1>
A Full Line of HEATING AND COOKING STOVES. J
Contractors for Plumbing and Heating.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster X
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��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+;Its equivalent.
Scholarship   For   Commercial   Course.
His Worship Mayor Keary has again
donated   a   scholarship  to   St.   Ann
Convent   for   the  business  course   in
connection   with    thai    establlshmet-
This    scholarship    comprises  a   rree
six  months'    course   in    typewriting,
and  shorthand.     Any young lady of
the  i'mi.    Catholic or non-Catholic, '
desirous of competing for the scholar-
sliip   may   -lo  So   by   presenting   herself at the convent Thursday at 4 p.
m.      Aspirants must have passed the
High School entrance examination or
214-2
BOOTS and   SHOES       �������������������������������� �� ������������������������������
Chamberlin|& Co. j SfiapS 111 LotS !
Lavery Block,
Colvmbia St. If
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2   LOTS,  DOUBLE CORNER���5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR
���     LINE; $225;  TERMS. "
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE���66x145  FEET-
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
2 LOTS,  NEAR MOODY PARK;  $600;  TERMS.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
2:.0 p. m.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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CORRECT MILLINERY OF GREAT
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See These Unmatched Styles and Values we offer.
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��� IN ALL HATDOM THERE WILL  BE   FOUND  NO  SUCH   MAS-    ���
��� TERPIECES   IN   MILLINERY   AS    WE    ARE     NOW      SHOWING.
��� FROM  LINING TO THE OUTER TRIMMING       AND       THROUGH
��� AND   THROUGH   THEY   EXEMPLIFY      THE      MOST      RECENT
��� STYLE   THOUGHT   OF  TWO  CONTINENTS.       AT   EACH    PRICE
��� OUR   HATS  SURPASS   IN   BEAUTY, STYLE AND VALUE THOSE
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��� COSTING   MANY   DOLLARS   MORE    ELSEWHERE.        IN    FACT,   ���
��� THERE   IS  NO   CRITERION   TO JUDGE   THEM   BY   IN   THIS   VI-    ���
CINITY.
CHOICE  IS FROM  LARGE HATS   OR   THE   SMALLER   MOD-
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ELS,   TRIMMED   ELABORATELY  OR     IN    A    STYLE  MOTIF OF   ���
RICH   SIMPLICITY.       FEATHERS OF ALL KINDS AND IN  MANY
NOVELTY    EFFECTS,   WINGS,     MILITARY    BRUSHES,    AIGRET-
TES-THE VARIETY  OF THE TRIMMINGS     USED     IN     THESE
PARIS TOUCHED CREATIONS     IS  WELL   NIGH   UNLIMITED.
FASHION DISCLOSES THAT THE USE OF THE HAT SET ���
WELL DOWN ON THE HEAD CONTINUES, BEING EVIDENT ���
EVEN IN THOSE MODELS OF A CLOSE AND SOMEWHAT ���
BRIMLESS NATURE, SUCH AS TOQUES AND TURBANS ���
WHICH ARE LARGE. HATS ARE INTENDED TO BE JAMMED ���
DOWN OVER THE EARS, TILTED, RAKISHLY AT ONE SIDE, ���
BUT DESCENDING ALMOST To THE EYEBROWS ON THE ���
OTHER, GIVING A PARTICULARLY DASHING APPEARANCE ���
TO   THESE   STYLES. ���
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��� YOUR  PRESENCE  TO THE LEADING STYLE FUNCTION OF   ���
��� THE YEAR IS CORDIALLY REQUESTED. LET    US      AWAIT   ���
��� YOUR   JUDGMENT. ���
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. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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