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 LIPE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
LL
RIOI HIGH PRICE
knel. May Pay Twenty-
Five Cents on Reopening
Season Tomorrow.
I   .���...      ���   '   thi   Bshermen
I , ,ta tor their
reopens tomor-
v.v-v   need  the
, complete tber pack.
jtt)ttll. presenl ii" price has deft-
eM   .    ,  , H    wa.-   sla.ied
1^. bJ mnerymen mat
.    pay    fH-
, few days, yet
SUi ai irorfc tbey would
���bTyhave to paj higher _ shor
\-.��� ���   orted that they
diected    they   would    pay    2a
LAIiihi ANXtuli- TU SEE
DOMESTIC AHT TAUGHT
ERS WOULD     [MEXICAN LINERS       |PUBUC11T CAMPAIGN       f_R.H____.Ai
AM SOCIAL EVIL
Suggest    Change    in    Management   of      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Rest Rooms at Exhibition���To Con-    j Police Commissioners Ul'ged
tinue Control of Women's Worl'.
WILL C4LL HERE
ALHEADY BRINGS liESL'll
Of PEARrf. VM
���.m the etari for either  BOCk-
to Declare Against Segregation of House?.
The   conference   between   represea-
���   'ri/.' os  and   Hi"  pou<,.  com-
'���r _ vi irence to the ���-"<������
Ial  evil   qui   tion   held   yester laj   al
The  local  Council of  Women dealt
with  a   number <.f    matter.--    at  tbe
monthly     meeting     yesterday.       The
principal    subject    under    disi:,
had reference to the dump- tic v i<
classes   wlu-li   the   eoiineil   |iah     "'-������',t ^	
io Inaugurate In connection with the ternoon li council chambers gave
public schools, bui winch the lack ���"���' opportunii tor a thorough ventl-
of fuii'ls has def.-ii-.-,i any action "���'' ol various views concerning
by the trustees. However, the com grea pi em, and ultimately the
min.-.-, consisting of Mrs. Forrester, following resolution wai adopted:
Mrs. Patchell Mrs. Levar and Mr-. Whereas thai in view 1,1 thia meet-
Broad was empowered to go on with '- ol opinion is thai
the negotiations and to arrange 11 !l" authorities have a difficult prob-
possible for a  coking demonstration |lem  t0 de;ll   with,  resolve,]  that   the
City Council Decides to Provide Wharfage Facilities
For Big Boats.
Although  Little  Funds Available Good
Start Has Been  Made���Inuqiries
Are   Pouring   In.
it  the  provincial  exhibition.
Arising out of the fair the council,
which hitherto has been responsible
for the management of the i .om- al
the Women's building, decided to otter
| their control to the Women'a Auxil-
iver at the present "me is:iary of the Royal Columbian hospital,
I salmon and reporta from th.-.n question which will be taken up al
art>'���, effi   i   thai   the   fish  an  early  meeting of  the  auxiliary.
A  committee  was    named  to look
tb,  respite in the after  the  exhibits    of    worn, n's  and
eason        ill "'I   by   the-close   children's   work   at   the   exhibition,    i
 ii    spending their  branch which has been a marked su��
gs in the equipment ol their ces^, of the local council's work in
wiiii gasoline engines. A large past years. The report of the oom-
o equipped and |mlttee which received the Quinquennial visitors who came to the dty
in July w-a.s adopted, and a sympathetic resolution passed with the rela
tives of the late Mrs. Charles Warwick, a past president.
jCliief of Police be Instructed to pro-
. ������. iti i -. Igorou war with a view to
suppress the evil."
The city  council  held a h-iel  Be -
sion   last   nigh' 	
slat,- :... ton ..'clock Thi matters
before the fathers ol the cltj were
all routine and ther,, was practically
no discussion.
To   Extend  Wharves
The
The publicity work of the secretary
of the hoard Of trade shows a con-
stam tendency to expand. Although
up to the present there has been very
clearing the civic little money in sight for advertising
on a comprehensive scale yet the
work already done covers the whole
world. Only ihe oilier day a letter
came from Northern India, from the
son of a major-general In tl"- army,
the   writer   being   himself  a  captain.
One Man Frostbitten, Another Drowned, m Treacherous Northland.
Sept.  i;
Comman-
Battle Harbor, Labrador,
���The fallowing details of
der Pearye journey to the North Pole
have been gleaned from membera of
the expedition on hoard the steamer
Roosevelt:
"The  only   men  to  reach    the  pole
were  Commander  Peary and ��-ue E_
inost important matter w'as a
communication from Hie Canadian
Mexican steamsh p company with
reference to the extension of the citj
wharves In order to allow of theli
vessels discharging cargo at the
city.
T. H. Worsnop, of the Canadian-
Mexican Steamship line, wrote enquiring whether the city had decided
persons with small capital anxious to  k'"^-  Bging   Wan    by    name,       ....
settle  in  an  equitable climate. other men of the various parties that
During the    last    few  weeks  6000 left  Cal'e   Columbia   were  sent iback
fold.-,-,  have been  distributed at suit- ��n* *>y    one as    Peary    drew  nearer
able Places, exclusive of auoo sent to 'Ui,1> l" '"* objective,
the Seattle exposition.      Of this last   ���   Capt.   Bartlett  a.id   Borup   started
effort   direct   value  has  already   been   I-ebruaiy 27 from Cape Columbia with
[some of the  house  sews are
| power,   Instead
V- ��� ������'������'���
|h livestock
FOR A. Y.  P
EXHIBITION
attle Sept. 13.���Finding tho first
|.,. en ted   for  the   live  stock
,   Via    t-Yukon-Paciflc ex-
|ion. whii h    will    be    held  from
DEMOCRATIC   LEADER
PLANS  VISIT   TO   KAMLOOPS
Kamloops.  Sept.  13.���William    Jen-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  nings  Bryan  the noted   leader of the
Oct iber 9, complete- j Democratic party in the United Slates
laixlle the enormous j and  one of  the  foremost  men of thejin^
|er of animals which have been
the '1" ��'tment ol works at
fx - found u necessary
wble the the "l the barns.
ie new structure will he 120 teet
v ��� -������  in width, and it j
be completed    in    time  for  th<' '
ine ol   the live    stock  show on j
Wier 27      The  work  is  being I
(ed and a large force of men  is
i
[ill 2182 animals have been 6_-
K two hundred and fifty
���Iti represented These stock j
fume fr"m practically every state
United States and provinces of
Min of the breeders have
jwed thi ��� il foreign stock to
Ut ki the ��� ��� "-' drawing down
with  E iro '-an   animals.       ln
Iihow tin-re wil] be 288 horses. 899
le. 323 swine   md s"2 sheep.
Ithe hor.-.   division, as is usually
lease, th,-   Percheron  class  leads
Ibe number   of   animals entered
(5.    Th,-   largest   single  entry
Portland   Ore    who   will   exhibit
Jercheron. .   ���  ide by A. C Ruby,
.en. whii,.  i;   p.   Klelnmeyer   of
Angeles, Ca] . is  bringing ir, of
J ame class from California.    The
|er entries In  this    division   Trom
I to five.
present generation will visit here ��n
October  lj
livering a lecture.
He is coming here under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. and his visit
will be marked by the inauguration
of a campaign for funds for the establishment of that Institution in
Kamloops C. R, Payer, traveling
secretary of the Y. M. C. A. Is making preparations for tho lecture here
and lias been ln communication with
Rev. W. A. Wyllie.
Good Attendance.
I imr Kvi! . pres:del, and there ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
weie presenl Aid, Smith, and T. S. jto improve the wharl accommodation
Annandale, police commissioners, ;at the city, as he had at the moment
City Solicitor McQuarrie. Police Mag- enquiries as to whether they would
1st rate Corbould, and Chief of Police ' deliver cargoes at New Westminster
Mcintosh. :or not.    The company  was expecting
Among those In the hall w-ere: O. 'large shipments but lie was forced'to
B. Cross, president and O. Crandell, put a clause on the bil] of lading that
secretary ol the ciUens tempi rauoe owing to lack of wharfage facilities
ii-.igu-j, John Reid, J. B. Kenned.., B. consignees must be willing to accept
W. Shiles, D. S. Curtis. A. Hardman, their cargo into lighters at ships.de
George Small. A. P. Halliday, Kev. C. at anchor In the river, and this would
W. Brown, Rev. A. deB Owen, A. be almost as expensive as to trap.-
Garrett, Rev, J. P. Boweii, S B. Bu-jshp from Vancouver. Therefore, be
chanau, James Cunningham, Marshall desired mj know what was being done,
Sinclair, W. T, Reid and many others, so that lie could inform shippers.        .   ,. _���        ���  ,, .     .
���     ���    ��� wide  separaticia ol  the  newest state
Georgia Will Come. of the union, and the maritime prov-
in-1 A later letter to the mayor stated '��� ince, gives some idea of the extent of
troductory remarks from Mr. Cross, that as soon as facilities were granted the Interest taken in the Fraser val-
II, -aid thev claimed that the segre- the steamers of the line would be ley. Th. publicity commissioner is
gatloo of people of this kind and hav- sent to Westminster, aad the com- preparing a scheme of future severing them fined or imprisoned was pany hoped to start with the Georgia Using for submission to the joint corn-
tantamount to giving them a stand- on the next trip. It would depend onjmtttee for approval at an early date,
in  the community. development of   traffic    and  fuci'uies
Mr.   Small,  who   was   the   principal  for  handling  cargo    whether   regular
to know what'calls would be made or not.
obtained, several men having visited
Mr. Wade al his offices Who stated
they would never have heard of New
Westminster but for the distribution
of   this   literature.
Six hundred of the old booklets
h��ve beta sent out, and have done useful work in arousing interest In the
district. The agent general for B.
C. in London. Hon. J. H- Turner, has
received one supply, and has written
for a second, as the inquiries for tins
valley   have teen  numerous.
Persona] visitors continue to arrive
from all parts of the continent.
Among    those     who    called  ou   Mr.
a number of Eskimos and dog. on
the   march    across    the  ice,  heading
] north. on March 1, Commander
. eary   lefi   Cape    Columbia  with   his
.party  consisting of sevtu  white  men,
| seventeen Eskimos and 236 dogs- Ou
March I Peary came up witli Bartlett
who had pitched hla camp at the si<'e
| of a  lead of  water  which it  was  im-
! impossible to cross.
The
Object to Segregation,
proceeding,   opened   with
h   for   the  purpose  of" devSJeaker1-. said they came
the   |iolice   commissioners   had   done.1    Mayor Keary  report,-,)  having  not!
an,] were doing, and he believed if fled tbe writer thait the city was Pre-
the plans were resolute, the conimis- pared io extend the wharves ten feet,
sioners would have the supjiort of the but were desirous of assurance being !
majority of the citizens of Westmin- givei. that the boats would call here
ster, and their hearty co-operation., regularly. The second letter had
For his part, in that day and age, the then been received,
question was not one for discussion j It was decbled th.'. the work Ibe
as to whether they should allow this lmmvd'itely taken up under the Su-
thing in the city, or not. The story of pervisiun of a special committee con-
tlie churches, schools, and other or- sisti-ig of Aids. Johnston. Jardine and
gansations In their midst for tbe bet- Fau.f. Mayor Keary urged mnietli
termeot and progress of mankind was
a sufficient answer. Whai the deputation wanted to know was; Di I the
citizens want such an nstituton as a
red light district, and what it represented in this city?
FURS ARE STOLEN
IN THE FAR NORTH
Is  the   First  Case  on   Record   Despite
the   Many  Opportunities  Given
Thisves.
Want    Suggestions.
T. S- Annandale expressed the hope
that   the   deputation   would   be   in   a
position to suggest some remedy.    As
police   eommssimers   they   had   done
(Continued  on  Page  Three).
- LINE ALMOST
READ. FOR OPENING
peals Made  Trial  Trip   Over   New
C E, R. Ex'
-St
tension Yesterday
Ballasting.
Phe iir. t
over  the
Pay.
E,
iric  car came to  the
new Eburne line yes-
.carrying _ party of officials of
I a- L, Electrel  Railway company
":"' ":        ouon, i.i.-..- beau
_r,i���   ,"''    '      lltln8 engineer, C.
, :' '    W trull,  sup-
C V"1"1 -inland    lines,    W.
'A-' lent   01   tracks    I),
manager   Lulu' Is-
���,, ���   D   .1    MccQuarrle,
IS,���8?18*' "' N���� Westminster
1    �� '"' ie trom Vancouver
Iitavin  nUUi'   ;i'" ian.>   leaving the
AY' - "on,   Vancouver  at
"   ."- "i the Interurban car Lad-
^rd����vlng in the city at 11:26.
'1^,,,     ls  "'"   as   yet  completed.
|t*ni ! ���'"!   "UK '" Progress but
^l^i^^^^byth,-
t-Hl '?' ���"' uncertain; it was
r uue<l to inaugurate   th.
Edmonton,   Alta.,  Sept.   13���A  dar-1     COMPLETE  ANNUAL  SURVEY.
ing theft the first of anv seriousness' .     .   _ ZT~ _ . .
Snagboat   Samson   Goes   to   Squamish
recorded in the north of trom .Itl.ni.lu
to (16,000 worth of furs, the property
of Hisiop _ Nagle, stored in a warehouse at Athabasca Landing, took
place during the Ial tor part Of last
week. The authorities ar,. at work
upon the case and'Chief of _ol.ee
Lancey and Detective Sergt. Brooke
have gene north in a motor car. lint
so far as is known have as yet no
trace of tbe thieves. The fur stolen
consists of three packs of miscellaneous furs and thirty-live silver fox
skins in a trunk. The silver fox
skins aUl'.i, are each worth from $300
to $400. The furs were brought
down ta, the landing some days ago
and were being kept there preparatory  to  being shipped  to  Edmonton.
to Clear Channel.
Four days of last week the snag-
boat Samson, with the Dominion government launch, were engaged in the
work of making the annual survey ot
the river.
i    The   work   done was  co  the  Sand-
I heads, and it was found that the wa-
ate acticm in view oi the fact that he
wa_ able to say authoritatively that
another line of steamers would soon
be calling at, this port. The committee will meet today to make arrangements.
Objects to Statements.
In   committee.    Mayor  Keary  on  a
question  of  privKge.    took  occasion
to refe? to unfair statements made a'
tne   public   meeting   held   on   Frldaj
(Continued  on  Page  Seven).
Professor   Frost-bitien.
"March   14    Borup    overtook  Peary
again and brought a supply of alcohol
and oil.       Prof.  Ronald  D.   McMillan
was  sen  back  his   feet   badly   frozen.
������The party now consisted 3f Pearv,
Wade    yesterday    were    resident., iu ;Bartlett, Ma'thev Henson   the colored
Oklahoma,  and   New  Brunswick.   The me_   wlJO had  ^ Peary.s  1)ersonal
assistant ou so many of his expeditions, tlie Eskimos, seven sledges and
sixty dogs, and the journey northward
was resumed- The ice was perfectly
level as far as the ej-e could s-ee.
Bartlett took the observation or the
..th parallel on Apri] 2, and then reluctantly  returned.
Sledge   Breaks  Through.
"This reduced party started the
morning of April 3. The men walked
that day for ten hours and made
twenty miles. They then siept near
the _;ith parallel. Wh le crossing a
stretch of young ice lun yards wide,
tlie sledge broke through- lt was
saved, but two of the Eskimos had
narrow  escapes from  drowning.
Reaches Pole.
"Tlie pole was reached April 6, and
a series of observations were taken
at 90. Peary deposited nis recordsr
and hoisted the American flog. The
temperatjre  was    32    degrees  below
WINNIPEG   METHODISTS
OPPOSED   TO   SEGREGATION
Winnipeg, Sept. 1",.���The board of
the Methodist churches of North Winnipeg tonight passed a resolution to
the effect that Methodists in this
district will make segregation au
issue in the coming municipal elections, and will appeal to the electors
to support no candidate who is not
opposed to segregation of immoral
women. They also passed a resolution that ignorance of relations of
sexes is a menace to health and morals, and  urged that Qualified persons
MAKES  TRIAL   SPIN
N:w  Freighter Westham   Shows  Mettle  for  First  Time,
The new steamer Westham hu.lt
by Captain Lincoln Rogers, for the
coast freighting trade, was given her
irial spin yesterday and proved satisfactory in every way.
The    Westham    is    navigated    by
Capt. .7. Hamilton, formerly in charge
of the freight steamer  Lapwing,  She
. _"���'���������..__��,��� , ,       is  equipped  with  the  engines  of  the
ter  where  tbe  Fruhling  was   working  uafortunate     Venture,     destt-o-.ed   by
hrd been considerably deepened. The flpe in nortiern waterS.
actual    figures    cannoi.    however, be 	
given until the sounding sure mapped. |    Ton>nto, Ont.,    Sept.    18.���Dr. W
give  lectures    in
sexual   relations
moral views.
public  schools  on \ _ero, Fahrenh.it.
from    medical  and |    -on April 23 the party reached the
1 vertical edge of tlie land ice we.-t of
���  [ Cape Columbia.      The   Eskimos  were
delighted to reach land and the party
slept for two days. They repaired
iheir sledges, rested their dogs, ami
resuming the journey reached the
Roosevelt an the 27th.''
ISLAND APPLE CHOP
WILL BE CURTAILED
Early Frosts Cut Down Output Nearly
a   Third���Expect  Higher
Prices.
JUDGMENT SUMMONSES
IN COUNTY COURT
The Samson  has now been sent to
Victoria, Sept. 13.���Preliminary estimates of this year's crop of apples
on tho island place the total output
at about two-thirds of that of last
vi ar. The frosts in May. to which
the curtailment in the crop is ascribed, did much damage, and were
responsible for the cutting down of
:he output from about 14,000 boxes
last  year  to about  10,000 'boxes  this
Judge  Howay Heard  Large Docket at
Yesterday's   Sitting  of the
Court.
Doan,   Harrietsville.    presided   at   the | season.
into Which
They were in a stoivhoti
au  entrance  was  forced.
Jt is not definitely known what
night the robbery took plac. as the
goods  had    mu   been    examined  lor
some da>s before the discovev that
thev were missing. The thieves ">a.v
thus hatre obtained several days' Start
and It la possible that thej are now
some distance down tho river toward
Fort  McMurray. j
This is lhe first robbery of any con- |
sequence that has been reported lrom
the north, despite the fact that thou-
sands of dollars' worth of furs are
[transported yearly and are frequently
exposed  to  would-be thieves.
Squamish Howe sound to clear theimetlti of ,,,., Canadian independent
channel ol snags. On her return the Teleph<me Association R. Page Wll-
work  will  be resumed cu the river- Lon/aecretary treasurer, presented an
  j interesting report showing that greai
progress has been made and good results attained ln making the Bell
Company less arrogant in its dealings
To Try For South Pole.
London, Sept. 13.���Within a few
hours after he had announced thai
he would discover the South Pole lf
a certain amount of money was raised
outfit an expedition, $200,000 had
been subscribed by Englishmen and
tunned over io Captain Robert Sui-.t
today.
schedule
Grand  Chaplain  of  Elks.
Terre   Haute,    Ind.,    Sept   l��v
nouncement  was  made  here
Ity
��.w ��*��
1U o'clock tiie trol-
  conueclod with the
&s ye,"" ..''JY I'rancn.    The work Is
B^in,.h^' tlle "ew��" or con-
,   bfl        i n the buy  wires  having
'*'" wire o_ . "'e ls at i,r,*���t no
*��� which o- . new liuL'' ll��d ��he
yesterday i,- a". , d over tho route
W S1'|pi.lv fi,,i ,ll''"end "ii the limit-
,wm the   AA* "Jy toe trolley wire
tr'!-L-''uu���'y'ahmnaday
An-
today of
John I Sul-
ger, of  Terre   Haute, as   grand explain of tbe  Benevolent  and  Protective Order of Elks.
TO   HOLD  TAG  DAY.
"PRINCE ROYAL" WILL BE
NEW STEAMER'S NAME
Vessel     For     Westminster-Chilliwack
Run Will Take Water In Middle
of November.
with  the  public.      Today    there  are
27.H00  Independent   phones   In   use   In
The new crop Is now on tht local
market, and receipts are dally increasing. In point of quality this
.ear's fruit compares favorably with
that of last year, in fact the quality
of the first shipments this year is remarkably good. With the reduction
in the crop and evidence that the demand  from    the  prairie    section for
The new steamer to take the run Of |
old Ramona on the Westminster-
liwack   route    will    p
named tho "Prince Royal-'
Judge Howay returned from tlv.
east on Sunday eveuiug and yesterday sat on the bench to hear judg
mont summonses iu the county court-
Today tlie list of cases will be taken
up. Following are the summonses
dealt wth yester lay:
Trapp a, Co. vs. potter. Summons
not served. W. G. McQunrr.e, applicant.
McLennan and MeFveley vs. Murphy. Not served. D. G. Marsball ap-
pli-:aii_.
Small and Bucklin vs. Cooper, withdrawn. J.  D.  Kennedy.
Margaret Doyues vs, Enui- S -tiled.
J    D-   Kennedy.
Kleninier vs. Birmingham Bros., adjourned until September 27, 11. _.
Edmonds.
Foster and McCalium. vs. Cooper.
Adjourned to next court. W. G. Mc-
Quarrio.
ParsoiLS vs. Davis. Not served. J.
D.  Kennedy.
Charleton  >."S.  Brown.    Not  served-
J. D. Kennedy.
Price vs. Clute, order lor payment
  of $10 within 2 months from date, |10
per month thereafter.    Griffin.
Cold and Snow Near Denver. Campbell   vs.   Kennedy.    Order   $5
Denver, Colo.,  Sept.  13.���A sudden month.    J. D. Kennedy.
drop    in    the    temperature  brought     Mathers  vs  Osborne.   Not  served,
about frigid weather in Denver today- w. Q. McQuarrie.
  �� .ie inch of snow fell at Longs Peak,     Massey  Harris &  Co.  vs Creamer.
a  town  about  sixty   miles   north  of Not served. Lucas.
Following the city council meeting hnm, :   Smyth  vs. Wise,  no order.  W
McQuarrie.
Canada Particular mention was island apples will be keen, local deal-
made of the strides in the west where predict that, prices wi 1 be compara-
thc service has been vastly Improved lively high this fall, In fact, inquiries
since being taken over by the govern.
ments,
MODERN LIGHTING
FOR COLUMBIA STREET
Arc   Lights   Will     Be    Suspended  on
Neat Steel Poles of Ornamental
Design,
have been coming in from the east
for some time, and <tie car of apples
has been shipped east, while two more
cars Of apples, pears, and plums will
be sent forward tn a few days.
Dealers state that the Plum crop
will also be short this year, but that
the pear output will be larger and
finer than that of a year ago, and
prices will ibe about the same.
u.
Antl-Tuberculosia  Society  Will   *������������ J0ui_wack  route    will    probably   bl
Money   During   Exhibition ' ^^^^^^^^^
At a meeting of tbe New Westmlo-     The    ��    Wj^
ster   Anti-Tuberculosis     ��oc ety   I " p  ,       >al.     b��    It   Was    ^
in the board of trade rooms at tne oiner   ��� -
City Hall yesterday afternoon *wm m* jmthe^a
at
ECXURSION TO LADNER.
last night thv aldermen took a stroll j
along Columbia street and laid out to |i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
their   satisfAaMton   the   plans  for  the p|MMnt River Trip This Evening to
[ llon Is
decided to hold a tag day ..      .,,.
day of fair week for the purpose of unY    ^
was tho
that an-
11st.      Examln-|    iron  posts, three inches in diame- hp�� arranged for thla evenlug leav
hows that until re- ter, and of neat design will, accord ;tng the  Brackman  ft  Ker  wharf at
lighting of the main thoroughfare of
the oity in the nes.r future.
Help Cause ef Charity.
most    attractive    excursion  has
Barclay ft Adams vs Day. Next
court. A. Whealler.
Dunkey vs. Brunette Sawmills Co.,
Stands till October 11 at 11 am. A.
Whealler.
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Vhe�� no'difflruTly '������ 'a'""  __?-*!"*'����� itmds  fo.   the   fiirtlieni'H-e
in this dlreo-
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or the details that tl
operatic
the work of the organization
least   there was no vessel ing to present plans, be placed at in-
Prince  Royal,"  and  the tervalg of about SO feet, or f~'ir to a
_   -in  nrnhahlv remain. block along the centre of U_�� -aueet
,    r     siml   "Tin-   e sei Is SelnJ instructed on Kacb will carry    five   arc light, on
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r  Whit-ore, manager of the com- double track car line.
navigation    business    stated,   plans   and    specification
ptiriKises   in
e line 'cities  of  tbe   Slates
mil   of
7:80 for Ladner on the steamer
Transfer. It has been organized by
the Women's Auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian hospital iia aid of the
funds of tbat Institution. A dance,
with suitable/ music has been arranged at McMeely's hall, and many
people from the Delta will take part
of   the Un   the   entertainment.      Round   trip
Y��sterday'�� Baseball.
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PAOE TWO
TII K   DAILY   XK'.VS.
T^-ESDA'
BEPTEMBEt
men
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it. he would not sell any.      You must .ell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchaa,
thing of the value you offer them ,n return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  in  business  everyone mut�� of n cessity   know  a "   lnd ,5rni-
'-'���'��� Us '"dour
Use  the   advertising  columns of The Daily News and  keep abreast of the timet.
IF MR. N. HARTMAN, OF THIS
city, calls at Daily News office, he
will receive letter addressed to him.
���WANTED��� A  QffiL TOR  GENERAL
housework. Apply Mrs J. P. H imp
to. Bole. 129 Third avenue, corner
of Second street.
WANTED���A   NURSE   CURL      AP-
ply  Mrs.  Dr.   Jones,  Russell   Hotel,
. 17 6, 	
WANTED -HOUSEKEEPER, APPLY
Arthur Bradley, City P. 0.
WANTED���FOUR   OR   FIVK   It
cottage   furn:s)i.-d.   near   Lord   Kelvin  school.  Apply  7.1  Princess   St.
WANTED���TO RENT. A FUR-
nisiied  house.    Apply  News  Office.
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR QOOD
boys In B.C. Cigar Factory at once.
WANTED���A SALESLADY WITH
experience in dry goods. Apply
William Hunter Co. "PP. City Hall
WANTED���BOYS TO LEARN THK
business. Apply James & McCIU-
ghan,  tinsmiths  and plumbers.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO. RENT���COMFORTABLE. FUR-
nished bedrooms, reasonable terms.
828  Royal avenue. l.'<i.-l_
TO LET ��� LARGE-FRONT BED-
i-oom, 701 Agnes street, near Carnegie Library. 207tf.
TO RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suiiaple for two men. Apply after
5 p.m. at 609 Trew street, near
Daily News Block. 2u7tf
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOOMS.
Suitable for light house-keeping.
021   Third  Avenue.    Phone  R468,
TO   RENT���SEVEN-BOOM    HOUB-i
with haih. $12 per month.      A  ;
Uowatt street, 2.10 Eleventh street
WANTED���TO RENT. A LABGE
cottage for man and wife, no children, furnished or unfurnished,
with chicken house- Apply by letter. "D" thi-. offloe.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND AC
countant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' hooks
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham.
blv block, P. O. box 796.
LOST.
LOST���A    BLACK    POINTER    PUP
from   Agnes     street,     Friday   afternoon.     Return to B. C. Cigar Fac-
iry, 625 Columbia street.	
LOST���SETTER DOG WHITE WITH
black tips; Binder kind:..  r< turn '"
.1.   E,   Allen,  care  of    E.  J.  Fad- i
Northern Crown  Bank 207tl
LOST���LADY'S    GOLD    RING, 10k.,
with emerald set in back. Finder
please return to this offi'v aad receive  reward.
LOST���AN ENGLISH SETTER DOG.
black and white. Answers to name
"Duke.1" Fndt-r please reUim to
P. W. Runacres, 711 Queens Ave.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  _  CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm  and  suuurban  property,
260 Columbia street. 	
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL FS-
tate and insurance. Pbone 335. 1S6
Columbia street. P. O. draw.-r 100.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
FOR THK BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 38'',. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O   Hox sl 1.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, Ii. C LAND Sl It
iveyor.     Ellard block, New    West-
COOKSLEY'S       PICTURE       POST
C are  on   sale    at   M.   Mi.r.���;.'.-
Stationery Store. J. G. Gamon's "cigar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug stort
and "The Fair,'1 Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
minster,  B.  C.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. J. A   STANDISH, AN EXPKl.
lenced   and   first-class    dressmaker,
has opened up dressmaking parlors
in Room 11, Smith block, 025 Columbia street.    A trial requested.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 315 Columbia street,
phone R2TS- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
.mart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New Westminster, Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
WHITESIDE &  EDMONDS,  HARRIS
ters    and    solicitors,   Westminster
Trii.-t Hlock, Columbia street, NYw
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
secc .   .
"'D STORE.
Wi:   BUY   -.
L
and all Y.
hand
Office.
-..
.
��� tod
RiTlJ
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   phone  334.
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY ~TO LOAN^ A_P PRE
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 4.S. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to   loan.   744   Columbia  street,
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room  14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W. SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
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.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmetital tombstones, bu lding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New  Westminster.
WADE, WHEALLER _ McQUARBIE
IF. C. Wade, K. C . A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barrls-
���- ra, - tc . 42 Lorn,, street, opposite
courthouse, New       Westminster.
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver of
fice Is at No. ',. Royal Bank Chambers. 408  Hastings Street west.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guirlion block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster.  B.  C.
STENOGRAPH   &   TYpEw
FRI IK MA.\ s.m,
Gtticho- ."������'-
1  ��- Boi !ji
CUSTOM
Typewrit m
Otter ��������
lumbla Btr .. :,,'-a-
THEATPES.
CRYSTAL    , ..   -
��*n a.,;j
bla
picture... Y_;
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSER1E-,
Ltd.,  Burnaby   Lake���For    healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
11.   HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
6treet. New  Westminster.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PIANO TUNING.
'PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your loca] tuner, W. B.
Martin, Mus. Bac, citv. A line
wil] bring him.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block. Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 1.6. Telephone 64.
ous attr.n t   v      r_m_ ,    1
Monday. Wed **��*
-THE EDISON    HKATRE. COWl
Columbia
moving ;,. - ���������--"ml
pro.'-a-'i' ftja
day and Pi
PRINTERS.
TAILORS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of joo printing.     Midget loose  GALVIN. LAW    i  and v -yi
loring.       \ r     ��� ���- J
leaf ledgers; Oowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally  News  Block.  Sixth Btreet.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for .!. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
lng jus: In      !' it
ing and repa .... ,-j
block.    I nti     ���    625 ColutKg
and 2fit Clarkson sl   1  _. m
WOODWORKING.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
,W EST MIN STE R      WOODWORK.!
.Co.,  bank, offlce ana store I
cabinet,  s air,   showcsiei, zu-4
and  detail  worl;     Designs i:d<
mates  furnished     .1   B_o.t_
prletor.      v, <,.,. :  Corner 3.a|
and car line.     P. 11 boi IU ft
473.
REAL   SNAPS
In order to keep our taiior5 busy until Fall tradj starts, we are
going to offer some real snaps in our tailoring department. Ten fine
worsted   suits,   regular  $35.00   for
$28.00
Fifteen   b2avy tweed  In   Scotch and Irish goods, to clear at
$25.00
These   are   rare   bargains   as  every  one   is   winter  w;ight.       Our
ready to wear department is  brim full of all the latest goods at from
$6.50 to $22.00
YOUR   MONEY   BACK   IF    NOT  ENTIRELY  SATISFIED.
THE HUB
H. ROBERTSON, Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal    Bank,       NEW    WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches;
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  door*   from   Geo. Adams.  Grocer
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell   Hotel.
Ja  .Macrae,  Victoria
A.   V.   Paxkhurst,   Vancouver.
H. C. Woods, Vancouver
W. S. Crone, Toronto.
J E.  Mitbchell, Vancouver.
E. .Newbold. Vancouver.
T.   W,  A-  Flanagan,  Vancouver.
J. S. Matthews, Vancouver.
Dr. E. H. McEwen and party, Cloverdale.
S. Maclntyre, Vancouver,
W.  B.  Towniey,  Vancouver.
Mr.   and   .Mrs.   J.   D.  Bennett,
Rafael, Cai.
V-  O.  Jarvls, Vancouver.
Geo,  A.   Scott,   Vancouver.
INVESTIGATION OF
RECENT MASSACRES
The condition of the old  bridge is
Inot  considered    safe    for    vehicular
traffic,  and   the public generally are
cautioned  against    haullig   loads  of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do so after
thiH notice must take all thg risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry Hall, New Westmtaster, July
23rd, 1909.
Court   Martial   Imposes   Sentences
Connection  with  Atrocities  at
Adana.
in
San
Windsor Hotel.
Joseph Berpe, steveston.
c_. Johnson, Vancouver,
O.  D. Ranks, Vancouver.
D.  H.  O.  Bryne,, Port Hammond.
C. Solomon,   Vancouver.
W.  E.  Bourne,  Ladner.
W Fleming and  wife. Vancouver.
John  McKenzie,  Vaoouver,
A. McDonald, Vancouver.
D. Mci^eod,  Vancouver.
E. O. Patterson and wife Chilliwack
Mrs. Reid, Haney.
.1.  C.  Thomas,  Toronto.
C- E. Eckert, Chilliwack.
O��3tantlnople, Sept, l..���-The
court martial which investigated tbe
Adana massacres has sentenced DJe-
vid Bey, formerly the ex-vali, to six
years' exclusion from the public ser
vice, and Rerniz Pasha, military commandant of Adana, to three years' im-
prisonment, and ha. acquitted tbe
governor of Adana.
The Armenian patriarch has resigned as a protest against the inadequate
sentences handed down in connection
with the Adana massacres. He mai-
tains that the four Armenians sentenced to death were innocent and
that the real instigators escaped unpunished.
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.
SS. 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.
Bank of Montreal
FALL RAINS DELAY
HARVESTING   OPERATIONS
Brandon, Sept. 13.���Harvesting and
threshing operations will be delayed
four or five days by the heavy rain
which set In on Sunday evening and
ha8 continued eighteen hours, with
no apparent prospect of clear__g.
Everything is so thoroughly soaked
that is looks a. though it would be
the end of the week before work can
ibe resumed.
This was  the first    heavy  rain In
Oct. 13���Scottish Concert. two months.     Threshing is half done
Oct. 20.���O.    Henry's    New  Opera  In the Immediate district of Urandon
Opera House Bookings.
Sept. 16���Knight For a Day.
Sept. 18.���The Time, Place and the
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Days.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL	
RESERVE  	
 $14,400,000.00
 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 general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tota': Assets over $168,000,000.00.
WEW WESTMIN8TER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria ior
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster oa Wed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quatsino and way
porta; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVERNANAIMO HOUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
am.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 aad July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
and
For   reservations
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Paas. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent vietoria.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfc
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with
in the railway belt in Briiish Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person who is tii. sol-.- head o't ,u family
or any male over 18 years of age, iu
the extent of one-Quarter section oi
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land Offlce for the district
iu which the land is situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, __ made ��n
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or els
ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform tlie conditions connected therewith under one oi the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years,
(2) If tbe father ( or mother, if tne
father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ot
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such per��on residisg with the tather
or mother.
(3) If the settler has bis permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satLsfled by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing sbould
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 pei
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be leased to one Individual oi
company. A royalty at the rate Ol
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
information for.
S. S. TRANS!
Tbe   steamer   Transfer   fQ
Brackman-Ker wharf every reftl
afternoon, exc        . irday, a: :|
for Ladner, Sti ������ ton and way i
Saturday at -' p.m   rel... -    |
Westminster Saturdaj v-ning.
Returning,   leaves   Steveim M
week  day  morn   I     ���      PI Friday.J
Additional M ndaj   ���:.. M
leaving New \\ ��� al. a-m. ]
This schedule    subject   to du
without notice.
For freight and passenger flMJ
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE.
Manaprl
���
Canadian Paci
Railway Co,
Three Trains Dailjj
WITH       FIRST-CLASS     PULLMAIJ
TOURIST AND DINING CAR
Imperial Limited leaves at ..9:05-
Atlantlc   Express l��av*a at 7:001
St. Paul Express at i^10'
For reservations and otlier 'i'01
C B. POSTER. B, GOIW'
G. P. A., Vancouver,    c.l.i
"Lo."
Oct,
28���The Climax.
-Th.
jand    most    of those   who   have not
threshed  have    their   grain  stooked.
Lifebuoy Soap    ts   delightfully re-
freshing for    Bath or Toilet    ln hot
Nov. 1 and 2.���The Shepherd King. , The  heavy  moisture  will  bleach   the > weather.      For   washln��    underclotn
Nov. 4,���Parisian Model. grain somewhat, but apart from thatjjng it is unequalled.    Cleanses    and
purifies. ������
Nov.  19.���Human  Hearts.
Mo damage is expected.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIR-
BA.NKS. Daily trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter .-ervir.e.
For information apply to
J. II. ROGERS, Tnifflc Manager.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited,"    St. Paul  te
Chicago, "Short   Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in  the service  on    an;
railroad  iu  the  world that  equal   in
equipment  that  of  the  Chicago, Milwaukee ft St. Paul Railway.     They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Ald_r. Portland. Or
The Question)
Where to buy furniture CWSP a8
a_ goc-pJ .
Is Answered
by directing you to Hie f'��k-c,.f|
you can see the largest SI ,, kjD(is in I
and second-hand goods of all ��
the city. ajpnariiw
1 have a splendid Oeam sv
or sale, nearly new. ^
Com. and see bow muc%���. (Mfl
can  get  for your    money n"e      [
elsewhere. ^..nss UP*
Repairing of puns. onWlSI
vriters, and light au tornado ���"
ry and bicycles a specialty,
Alex. Speck
second-hand stoke.
Columbia St.
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE      DAILY NEWS
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Transfer Co.
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Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   p-JP*
any psrt of the city.
LightaadHeavvHauli-8
OFFICE
TRAM BAY.
5EpTEMB_R   14-
1909.
THE DAILY NEWS
1 ii
PAQE TIMES.
..   LAMB.    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
A- THK
MEATS RAT DAMAGES KUN
INTO THE MILLIONS
Ll Meat Market
gjghu
8t. ��nfl
Fifth Arenas
pHONfc  */a
VELL* 00L)r' proor",,,r*
Biological   Survey   Declares   That   the
Loss  Would  Build  Four Dreadnoughts   Yearly.
: ^Prehension,"   say.   Secretary
Wilson,  in  his genera]  resume,  "be-
: Its agency in distributing U��
and    other diseases.
l''"-'"!   ol heal h and the marine hos-
i'"''i service in sevi ral of 'our maritime cities have heen prosecuting ac-
'ar   againsl    the   rodents, and
"  ���      '"���     have   been   expended   in
'������ ' Hi ct their extirpation.   No
proved adequate, and
concerted,    systematic and
a it is possible to re-
Reformers Would HISTORIC ROUTE
Abate Social Evil
10 BE RESTORED
LATEST NEWS FROM
CENTRES OF FASHION
"      inued from  Page one.) 	
��� with a very difficult prou- Government Will
their   V
lem.
Police Magistrate Corbould answer-
Washington,      Sept
million  dollars  was  tin.
1:5.���Twentj
,|'-1'" and  keep down  their numbers. I^d a num er of questions as to b
il construction ol    build-,attitude    in  dealing   with    prisoners
ol   the  char-
���      IflCFP    million dollars was the total damn:-.   ' constant  use of traps and |charged   with  offenci
r_nJlllIA_   I Aulllu    inictcd  by tbe common  household  rat   ' P��l ons  wherever posslible facter referred to above
UN'''"" un city dwellers of the Dnited Bt.
Yale-Cariboo
Shape Again.
Put
Route
the
in
Styles  of  Paris,   New York and   London Ar; Shown in Millinery
Stores of the  City.
B.C. toi SS. Soilings;^1
FROM VANCOUVER.
Iil<-:
during the [iast year.      The pest has
ildied   goods  to   the   value  of  in-aiv.
lour Dreadnoughts.
These figures we the official estimate of the biological survey of the
p.m. direct'- United   States  departmni   of  agrlcu
ture.      'l'he loss which the who|$ na-
10  a.m.  audition  sustains    annually    can only   be
guessed  at���statistics are noi  easily
Obtained   In   scattered   rural  comm,inkles���tout   a   careful    canvas among
business   men   in a dozen   or mon
large  cities   Indicated   a  net   logg   ol
. "   ���. and -Second twenty millions :i year,
iJY ,/.  - . I" the yearbook of the department
Comox���Tues- just Issued, these statistics are quoted
p.m.; Saturday jag   the  necessity   lor  signing   the  ro
dent's death warrant.
"The rat continues aUo to excite
ugttle-DaHy _  "
u.tn. via V" >'"���''
Victoria���Dail
Saturday
^laaka-Every
Prince Buperi   Everj
at n
Saturday
-Second ,
will li"    It toward    assuring puhlic
safel
Secretary Wilson advises against
1 the Bo-called bacterial culture 1 u extermination of the
!��� He ;i.-,s thai experiments
'-''- pi pvi 1 thai only the rats that
eal ���'.." bait die, and that the disease
with which lie- bacteria affect, them
is apparently
other rodi nts.
be 1 remedy.
The difficulty the police had was to
proline,, evidence sufficle 1 to convict under the criminal code it was
practically necessary to have a plea
of guilty from the women.
Chief  Mcintosh   gave   some   si itl
tics.   In the last few months 13 cai -
of keeping disorderly houses had bi en
brought  up,  with  eigb*    convlctl mi
This i.s a week nl millnnery openings, events of no small consequence
10 the ladies ol the city, bring.ng tne
news 0' tbe latest developments in
tlie fa.sli.oii  centres Ol  the  wond.
uol    communicated to Seven as Inmates, two men frequent-
W. S   Collister.
This morning W. 8. Counter's nu1-
linery opening will commence, lasting for several days,
Collister _ Co. have a large selection of hats ol   the latest  New   York
Plain  poison  is  the
p.m.
���jfe-aumo,
Id Thui I
p_t-lmo   :
|0M NEW  WESTMINSTER.
... praser , -, r to Chilliwack
Y. .,���. ��� .- earner lieaver
, in. on Mon-
���...i, nd Friday; return-
'.      , :.���   7  a.m. on
j,, Tin-  :       vi Saturday.
r.-... ,    particulars call  or ad-
ED 001 LET, Agent,
New Westminster.
c   i;   Foster,
A,.   Gi n   Pa      Agent,
Vancouver, H. C.
MAKE   YOUR   APPEAL  to the  public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The   Morning  Pacer.
(Victoria Times.)
Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister of
puhlic works in the provincial government, has returned to tlie city after a lour of the province. The
minister now bag in view a scheme
(or a through wagon road from Uie
Pacific coast to [Alberta, (passing
through    the    Hop,-    mountains, the
Okanagan   and   the    Kooteuays.       To and Paris fashions.    They  report lhat
secured convic e do lllis varloua wagon road, now in hats made  with  moire and ottoman
iln- ;,'-���-..��. it restricted distrlcl an- exl*tence will be coupled up sons to silk   for crowns  and  upper  side  of
make   he.   win,i,. one   complete  "ne.  brims  lu   .liferent   colors   ami   laced
When  finished  it  win   be  about 750
miles long.
The minister, when asked what object was to be served by such nn un-
the dertaking, expressed the opinion that
in, y it    was a desirable thing to    have a
easi -
ers, and three 1 treet  walking
had secured convlctl
up
Other  would be quickl.   formed elsewhere.
Proceedings Agianst Owners.
Rev, C. w. Brown, and D. s, Curtis
'pressed for a declaration rrom
commissioners   us   to   whether
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Bank of Canada
[In.     irated ^69)
I Paid up
. Fund    .
I Assets
.$ 4,700.000
.    5,400,000
.55,000,000
out ill
town  accounts  soil-
IVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT
Ireien and Domestic Exchange and
tilers Chequ s bought and Bold.
kraphic transfers effected.
Iw Westm nster, B.
r"   SHUTE,
C.  Branch,
Manager.
vivi. Ef.
m
'iTtnTaTTST
UlANTIC STEAMSHIPS
3D Ul_l!_C^'
hu wi.l in, 1 .1 to your advantage
Image y. .- ...king at this office,
���th. you Int. til to travel or send-
Htoi your trl 1 is.
From Montreal and Quebec.
bress of Ireland    Sept. 24th
press of Britain    Oct.  8th.
tor otb��r dates and particulars ap-
Ito
B. GOULET,
C. P. H. Agent.
New Method
l nave commenced a new method In tailoring, hitherto untried in New Westminster.
The great advantage of this new method will finable me to
sell you the -ame high grade ggoods for which 1 have always heen
noted at much lower prices than heretofore an.i thus competing with
the eastern manufacturer.
With   thi.   carefully   planned  "NEW  METHOD"  I can  make you
MEN'S SUITS AT THE FOLLOWING
REDUCED PRICES:
win- in favor ol   segregation or not, tri.uk
but the commissioners would not give nect
a direct answer.
Aid. Smith said he had done his
best. He believed the owners of prop,
erty used tor this purpose should be
.proceeded against.
Mayor _earj saiu the commissioners would be glad to receive suggestions
rond across ihe province  to con-
wit h    Al.,erta.     Then    again it  deuce,
with black velvet are very popular,
tlie Combination Of black an(| colors
b. lng a tea/tare, Leather and etiaiu-
ins are also being used .n the same
way. Large hats with the high turned
wing side, a^ well as the mushroom
effect with Inverted brims are in hi-
Our original  price   ...
Our original   price   . ..
guaranteed  correct   in
..  $35.00
..   J42.00
style
NEW  METHOD PRICE   .
NEW   METHOD   PRICE
$23 to $30
...   $37.00
exclusive  In design  and  right  in prices.
LADIES' SUITS MADE UP AS LOW
AS $10.00.
Our original  price   $18.00,    NEW  METHOD  PRICE   ...
Our original price      .   '    NEW  METHOD PRICE   ...
Our original prloe    $26.00    NEW METHOD  PRICE  ...
A room i.s being fitted up especially   for  ladh-s.
In   fall   suitings   you   will   find our stock complete in every shade
and pattern for ladies- and  Men's suit?.
In comparison  with other Hrms  it can  plainly be  seen that  the
difference in favor of NEW METHOD  prices  Is  very  important.
G��, IHE MERCHANT TAILOR
625 Columbia Street and 626
Clarkson Street.
while the back roll is also tea-
would be thought to be a model loin- cured, Large toques an,I tun. a,,, are
1st route, affording those who sought in evidence, in fact, just as during
to travel that way th-e very best op- the past season or two, large, medium
portunitles of seeing the country. and  small  hats are ail shovtu,    i-v
In connection With the scheme the English and French velour linlshed
old picturesque Yale-Cariboo road felts are popular. Beaver hats and
along the Fraser river is to be re- beavi r band., promise to be a (repaired. This road, which befor,. the mendous feature.
Mr McQuarrie explained the legal advent of the C. P. R. was the route |n t,my feathers ospreys and flow-
aspect of prosecutions of this charact- by wilt", miners and others, made in5 effects together with large quan-
er. Property owners could only iDp their way to Cariboo and other parts titles of wings especially in the longer
proceed��* against after a conviotlon, of the Interior, is famous in history and larger effects, bom In pairs and
and then it was necessary to show snd in story. The coming of the C- single wings, are mvoii used. A novei-
the hous-* was lei with knowledge of P. B. rendered the road commercially ty i_ -i feather baud which goes com-
the punpose for which it was tenanted, of little use and considerable sections pletely a.ound the hat wth a large
Ho showed how difficult it was to get1"1' it have gone out of repair. What- bow of the same material for side
after the men as habitual frequenters, ever may be thought generally of the  trimming.    Ostrich   leathers,   botn   in
policy u restoring it there is a band the regular and willow lines, are parol old timers in the province who will Ocularly strong especially in bla..;.
undoubtedly regard it as the right _ nis looks like a big ostr.ch season.
mo\e to put in shape the route which such colors as the new burgundy
played so important a part in the his- or wine shades, tlie green on the
| tory of the province. bronze   order,   tlie  greys   ou   tne eie-
Code   Should   Be Amended. On the eastern aid of the road Mr.  pliant or ste.1  cast, the mustard and
Mr, Hardman objected to the west ! Taylor says there is a highway prac- suede shades as wed as pruueue are
end being mad_ a restricted districtitlcally from Creston through the very popular. Black and white make
anymore than any other. For his Rockies Into Alberta. Where the iU effective combination. Black will
part as a citizen be did nut wish the'road is not completed tlie surveys ue used in 'tremendous quantities. Jet
city trea-sury enriched by the lines of have been made and the completion goods are again to the front in var-
the women and men of tiie under-|of it will not require much time- On j0us makes of ornaments, pins aud
world. Ithe remaining sections ail vantage wiii  bandeaux,   while  old   gold   and   snver
be taken of existing roads.
Rev. A deB. Owen came out strongly
for prosecuton of both sexes aud the
placing of a watch on the houses tor
l the   purpose   of   securing   convic-uuis
against  men  for frequenting.
$14.00
$16.00
$20.00
John Reid, and D. S. Curtis also
came ou* strongly against half measures- Oaol was the best place for
these  people.
.1, B, Kennedy believed that if the
criminal code was not strong enough
an amendment might be obtained at
' Ottawa  without  difficult
CRIPPLES  ARE CHARGED
WITH   WRECKING  TRAIN
Newcastle,  Pa.,    Sept.    lil.���A one-
effects are aUo very stylisn. Plusu
and imitation beaver are selling well
in piece goods, while velvet, are unusually strong.
A. P Hallidav wished both man and legged man and a one-eyed man t
women jailed as    a    deterrent    to J?,the Newcastle jail   charged w
...... 'being suspicious  perscsis, They  \v<
others.
!      Mr.  Small  quoted  from Judge 'l'as-
|clieri.-au  ai  these   matters,  and   the
, power of   the   law   over   immoral   of-
fenoes.
The  Chief  of   Police  said   that   1.
. years  experience  bad  convinced   him
that the evil was Inevitable.   He mentioned expedients iby  which the  law
was  avoided  in   Wes
i present  time.
Ultimately  the resolution  set    out
'above was "adopted,  and  proceedings
terminated.
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the train wreck on the Baltimore _
Ohio Railroad at Ohewton siding on
tmlns'ter at the W��_ night For the apprehension
of the wreckers the Baltimore & Ohio
officials have offered a reward of
(36,000.
l he wreckers removed the two tisb
plates  from tbe  rail and  moved   the
rail inside.     When the train struck
the spot the engine jumped the track
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������+ and  the   whole  train  was  flung
.-llc::::^-:::: .I:::;::;;-. _:1K1.;..;. IM".!:**} the ditch.      Two  trainmen  and two
_ x passengers were killed-
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Gordon's Display.
Gordon's miilii^ ry opening commences on Wednesday at their new
are store in the Hall and Lavery block,
ith and there also tiie millinery sta.t in
being suspicious persons, They were the commodious fitting room upstairs
brought here from Eliwood City early have been working at pressure for
today and for twelve hours have some time prepar.ng to welcome and
withstood the gruelling or,leal of five accommodate the many ladles who
shrewd police officials. are   expected   to   flock   to   the   store
In  these  two men    the  police be- during  the  opening.     Amethyst   and
lieve   they   have  the   perpetrators   of   wisteria shades were most noticeable
Railway Time Tables
B. C.
in the Cisptay of fall hats shown,
and tho visitor was informed that
black and white designs were also
taking well. There were many rolled
up at the back aud with the new side
roll. Hats generally are sti.l large,
but quite a number of small hats being shown, in anticipation of a reaction in the near future. Plumes and
wings are favorite materials for trim-
Into  ining.
Among the pattern hats three typical might ibe mentioned. One of these
was a very large bat, a. most of a
Gainsborough shape, of toque shades
with a soft crown ,and marauout
trimming on tlie brim green and too.ua
quill effect on tbe side. Another was a
large mushroom hat with rolled edge
and beehive crown, iu ten shades.
This was trimmed with ribbons in the
new cai rot shades, with a bow tia the
back and a shaded wlig drooping
over the front. The third was a toque
hat  in  amethyst  shades  and  a  swirl
hades.
E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheouie,
| Cars leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and S;0o
a.m., and every half hour thereafter effect with wings of wisteria
until  11:30  p.m Connor 4. McQuarri..
I j Cars leave New Westminster for Van- '������    Tne    fall     millinery     opening    of
.  ^      couver at 5:60, 0:20, 6:fi0, 7:20 and Misses O'Connor and McQuarrie com-
#���      8: oo a.m.  and every half hour there- meneed   last  week  and  continues  all
:,.          ,���   ,,  n��� , _ of  this.    For   the  occasion   the  com-
after until  11:00 p.m. ^.^   ^   ^   has     be-Q   orna.
|X                     Sunday Schedule. mented with amethyst and green rib-
Sx   Cars leave Vancouver tor New West- bons and the fall hats, of all the lat-
mlnster at 8:00 and lJ:00 a.m., and est shade, and patterns, are arranged
small   tables
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. D. J.  McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
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jV,
p.m.
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Great  Northern  Railway.
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In
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P.O	
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:65
ar. N. W. 9:30
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.;
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.
pm.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
am.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:25
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 am., return* at 6 p.m. to
city.     Leaves Thursday. 4 p.m., arrives In city FrMay 8:46 am Leaves
on small tables, redecUd in a long
mirror. All day yesterday the store
was filled with buyers anil many of
the prettiest hatg have been disposed
of already. But the stock ig large
and there art, as good bargains remaining.
A very pretty hat noticed was a
while grebe, of a small drooping
Shape, trimmed with two white
plumes and pearl ornament. Another was a large white bat with
black facing trimmed with tan feathers and leather. Attention was held
'by a hat of pale 'blue chiffon over
1 velvet, and of rolled shape, with satin
.ribbon crown and shaded flowers. A
| very large black jet hat trimmed with
o   a.,   ���._..  willow  plumes and black ornaments,
ar. Seattle 9.40  wag ft gem ,_ ^ clag_ and wa_ ^
mired by all.
W. 11 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:55
CITY  VOTERS'  LIST.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1909 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen at this offlce for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who Bhall claim to be added
to the aaid Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to' hare any name
erased therefrom; must prefer his or
her request in writing, signed with
his or her name, and shall deliver or
to the City
cause to    be delivered
Friday at 8:60 p.m., arrives ln city i clerk within   the   time hereinbefore
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Leaves Port Oulchon at 1 P.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 am. on Friday, and
6:30 am. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each week
day;   arrives 8:50 am.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except Sunday;  ar. Gulchon at 7 P-m.
spclfled.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Clerk's Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, September 3, 1909.
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The Daily News
TUESDA'.
U>hments  ar.   of course contrary  to Tl, re    will  be    a  conference  this    efore   it receives   the seal Of offlcial
nie -M<:'at and Canned Good- act  They afternoon    etween representatives o:  approval.      But tbe proverbial coach-
Published by The Daily News Publish-   would   not   however   be   pos-Ive     if the Coquitlam council,  with  tb,-  i   .1                   s    can    be    an.i    is  driven
ing Company, Limited, at their offices   'here   were   a   thorough   and   proper %J? Port sfoodJra sad members of Ithrough and through these ordinances
The Dally News Block, corner of M.   official inspection. lYlAZYAAlAi^^Y  U'Y                     Hous milk dealers and the
,-���.._.                                                 , iiu.i.e  p.pe a:  l.oquitlam lake,  which     ,-,\  is  as   creat     ;,-;  ever       For  in
Kenz..   and Trew streets.                 As   inspector Rutherford  o     rves. the  district delegates     wish  to se.                                      U"com_S_lal
A- Pai8e Managing Director  pann,^, to carrv out the work of in
spection and supervision of the local
(AJNiOS
label;
TUESDAY.   SEPTEMBER   14,   1909.
it   la   Impossible for   the  Federal   De-  rendered    suitable    to    accommodate pas                            slsts  in  superheat
""'" ""i'i'1-4'-  ing            i i. for but a few minutes
  which  may or may not kill  the  dis-
i AMn  DcncTo     r. ��� i-' Berms  and  is  liable to  destroj
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT. tl)l,              ...    aIld   healthful   ferment
^^J    , ���                           _ - .-ments in tli milk.
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group 2, Th(.-L. lg oae   only r,aliv saf,   md
reliable  source    of   milk   BUpply   an.l
SEpTEMEE(, u
urmture
COLUMBIA STREET.
meat trade in every town ar.d vl
throughout the Dominion.    It N therefore   incumbent   upon   municipal   au-   ..*? S5__,   . .*_,���___,-__
,.     . .                     .*;                   '              New  Westminster District
hormes   to   provide   the    necessara      Whereas proof 0f the lose c eerti-   _'���.'"  ���'~"    -  "���"��   �����'*"J   """
___,   a-    "���  'hat is to have the milk evaiporati 1
CARRIES   THE    HALL    MARK OP   QUAUTy
BE  ADDED  THE  FACT  THAT THE      p��IP ", '  TH'S %
MODERATE. S    ARE
ST.
ar��      ....._���_ j���w. _,  tll. JO=s oi t.r:i- ,hat ls w jj.ive thl. milk evaporatec
mean, for enforcing the provisions oi   ficate   of   title  number   2396F,   issued  ;l._,,  ^.^.y.,]  ,n Beaied tins under con-
I the act  and  safeguarding  the  public.  ln  the  name  of John   Bernard  John- diUolls of i(k.al cleanliness in  such a
The expense attendant upon such ac- sc?-'��� ^ Il ^ ln Vais��mc''- factory as the St. Charles Condensing
, ��� ' Notice is hereby g.veu that I snail, ���������,,.,���.   ..  rnr___1   tint       Her,   -,
We  feel  certain   that every  citizen   tion will be slight. as most of the ma-  a,  th��� eX1,iration of one month  from  __3noth  _i.xl^_i^ianl-. goivrn.d
will  rejoice that  the day  has at  last   ehinery is already provided, and as it   the date of the firs; publication here- tj.    highest  ideals of cleanliness   and
arrived   when   an   actual   commence-  is Important in the interest, nf nubile of in a dailv newB_an<_   ni.hllt.__H  m
ment will be made
Street improveeq  .
sired   and   looked   forward   to.     The  establishments,  it  will  be  well  if the  made t0 me in writing      	
caitraet   with   the     Hassam   Paving   suggestions  of  the  Dominion  Inspee-! C. S   KEITH,
companv   was   signed   vesterdav    .nd   tor cause municipal   bodies  io  recog-1 olfifif.  R'l.LstIar ��J- Tlt__.8' ,
- .,   . .,,,. , ,. i^nd  Kegi.-try    Ofh<������-.    New   West
this  morning   the   street   will   be   in   nise  their  responsibilities  In  this  re-  ,���;-<;.,-.,.   B   ,-    Au.us-   30   1909
"Public  authoritle    v-~  ' '
XTLy
the day has at last  ehinery is already provided, and as h  the date of the firs- publication here- n.w,nmoIh m<*iern plant, gowned  '-
in   actual   commence-  is important in the -.terests of public  of in a daily newspaper published  in e Sliest  ideals of cleanliness, and
'le with the Columbia  health  that  steps should be taken to 'he city of Ne.  Westminster, _.ue a ^Tg ri.h Orf.S Coumv^H-^f
��  work,  so ,ong  de-. deal with butcher, and meat canners ITHItlIffilS pS^oSWSSSSSS
���d   forward   to.     The  establishments,  it  wil]  be  well  if the  made t0 me in wri_n_ "ons scatter.fl   throughout the county.
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY
The milk is handled with scrupulous
care, is evaporated and packed without admixture of any description and
is shipped in sealed containers under
the names St. Charles Evaporated
I'nsweetened Cream, and in Silver
Cow (Sweetened) .rand, guaranteed
to keep pure and safe Indefinitely ln
and dealers.
the hands of the contractors'men.    The  gard.    "Public  authorities have   .een
undertaking   is   of   an   extensive   na-  too   long  neglectful  of  tlie necessity
ture,  for the scheme is  thorough in for  intelligent  action  on   the  matter io Keep pur
its character and Involves  practically  of   meat   inspection."   as   the   report   .   Tenders  are  called   for   the follow- a���y climate.
,, ing works on the Hastings road. Burn-      t|���. a,   Charles _____ ran t,��� .Hint.
the entire reconstruction of the street   tells  us. .,,... B mc at. man > pion. can .eflimt-
-         ,  ..     ���                       .     . 4 -                                                                 ed  and    mstan'iv    produce  th,.  same
'Ihe   work   win   naturally   take   quite      One of the first steps to be taken I.    Cutting hill opposite Royal Oak rlch pure   fres)l .reamv fluiJ that   efl
a   time   to   complete,   and   during   its  by a municipal authority towards the road  for a length of _U'J  jards.   lAp-  t^e  Dairyman's pails."
progress our man  business thorough- desired   end   would   he  the  establish- j'ro-umate     quantity    of    excavation, i    There'is  not a  household    In    the
fare will be in a condition of general  ment of a public  slaughter house  or Z,�����   .,���.",i,Ja!'! . ' h.��� .   w,.���,   nf   fh_ i*". u.^* Can a��tord t0 ov��"rlfK,i< tllls
11.       L tilling     I\S(J     -1<W:_      nl J[     UI     lilt     /ip;j]r hflll     fiaf-     n  tr .vc    m.��*_,    Tv-iill-     .n_1
disorganization  and   upheaval.   A  cer-  abbatoir. constructed  upon  lines  that  Johnston road in D.L. 117, for lengths YI  mpplj.'     Sold   bv  all  grov-r'
tain   amount   of   incuvenience   must are in accordance with the principles of 1.0 yards each. (Approximate quan- --j  -.-..--
of course he experienced by business of modern hygiene.    The cost of such  lit>' of excavation in each,  lllim eu. i.
men and merchants on tbe street, as an abattoir is not large and it will al- ^^'"'constructing    cedar     culverts
well   as   by   pedestrians,   whilst    the  ways prove self supporting.    Th,. pri-  an(,   f\\\[a^   ln  tlie  creeks   at  the  1st
work   is  being   carried   out.    But   we  vate slaughter house is ever a public  and  2nd   trestle  bridges   west  of  the
believe such a temporarv disturbance  nuisance, and  not  infrequently a s,jr-  Johnston   road.
wil,   <.   cheerfully   endured   for  the  ious   menace   to   the   public    health. J_*��??^KtoSZo���l^
sake  of  the    splendhl    imjirovement   More than this it ts too often a place ed    0Q   application   at   the   Municipal
that will result from its consumation.  of  evi!  practices  and   hence emanate  Hall.
But beyond  this we hope that ever,   many   meat   preparations  of a   ques- j    Lump sum tenders to be deln .red
Btorekeper will shape his business ar-  tionable    character.       As    Inspector  aJ ,lhe Municipal Hall on Or before 12
. ��� ,.    f    ,   , . _, .,     oclock   noon on the 24th inst.
roagements in  such a way as to fac- Rutherford observes:    The soener the FRKD  L.  MACPHERSON,
ilitate  the execution  of the contract,  private   slaughter house   is   abolished | Municipal  Engineer,
and in this manner, expedite its com- altogether the better  for all concern-   -Municipal  Hall, Edmcnds, P. O.
nletion     Most of the stores have en- ed. as most of the objectionable meat   ' ������������������^������
Bedroom Furniture
WE   HAVE   dUST  ADDED TW0 CARLOADS TO n,
CHASTE   IN   DESIGN:    ELFr.__-r ��UR ST0C..
BUYING?       IF   SO   SEE   US.
ELEGANT    ,N     F|N||h.
REMEMBER
AR_
YOU
I
SATURDAY IS OUR SPECIAL BARGAIN
M ��� street
XEW WESTMINSTER
"GET   THE   HABIT"
TOWNSEND��� September 11, at the
residence of her parents. Fifth
street, Elsie Lilian Townsend, aged
nineteen.
The funeral will take place from
312 Fifth street, at 2 o'clock on
Tuesday, to the Odd Fellows' cem
etery, Sappertun.
IMPOUNDED.
One grey horse. Unless redeemed
by Wednesday, 15th, will te sold at
10 a.m.
G. D. McMURPHV.
TEN  DOLLARS  REWARD.
trances on either a side or back Placed on the market emanate trom
street, aud we would enjoin the use these undesirable and unsanitary
of these as much as possible for load- P&ces."
ing  and  unloading goods. We   hoPe   t0  see   our   City   Council
When the new - .ret is in being we among the first to take action on the
hope the Council will formulate a ser-  lines suggested by the inspector. The
iea of regulations in connection there- establishment of a municipal abattoir
with, so as to preserve its good order and the suppression of private slaugh-
and cleanliness.    We believe it is the  ter houses in the district would Le a
intention  of  the  Council   to  prohibit natural   and   proper  corollary to  the
the   backing of   vehicles  against   the incinerator and the consequent n,mov-
edge of the sidewalk, and  we would ��'  ��f ,hose ev'l sl&bts    and    scents
suggest that the regulatons should al- - w!'ich now exist. The provision of an
so prohibit the loading and unloading, abattoir and   the  appointment  of  an
of  heavy  wagons  after  ten   ln    tne  inspector under the Meat and Canned
morning;   the piling of goods on thej Goods   act,   would  result  in   securing
sidewalk or roadway,  waiting  remov- a general improvement in the quality
al to a warehouse or by a customer, ,and character of tbe meat, wh-lst  "t
after this hour;  and the depositing of ', WOuld tend to materially enhance the
boxes,   debris  or   any   kind   of   litt.r jchnracter  of   the  City   Market  as  an
upon   the  street.   The  Council  might Mmportmt   c_ntre  iof    meat     supply
well   follow   the   plan  now   generally , throughout   the    district.    A    public
adopted in British and European cit- abattoir would also do away with the
ies, of placing wire  baskets at inter-   nepd for tl]e infliction of that nnnec-
vals along the sdewalk, in which per-J essar-v cruelty to animals about to be
sons can place fruit  peel, paper, and j slaughtered' which one   has  unfortun-	
other  forms of  litt.-r     Thesn  repem. - atel v   Lo   -.vine...    sometimes   in     our      _,.        . _       .       ^^H
uuiei   luims oi  jitiar.     inese  rectpt- |       - There is no more far-reach:ng prob
acies cost very little, they can be af-|ptreBts- In ever-v wa-v tlle establish- )em before the pe0p,e of t,)e day
fixed to fire hydrants or any other !meru ��f this institution would be a than that of a pure milk supply. Doc"
suitable projection, and very" mater- j distinct gait, to the city's health and tors and scientists are at on,- in tlr.i
lally  aid   in  preserving  a    '
tidy appearance.   Then too. . -.��
thoroughfare   should   be   swej,.   down ^^^^^^^^^^^^���
It looks as though the bijou or van
(deville   theatre has   found substantial
Stove Pipe Enamel
SPECIAL TODAY
SILVERWARE
sterling Silverware |_ the kind vm, giv��� o
Kind to last for lifetimes���flu her   A
Kind to give ..... couple to che. rr,i,  "    ., i
Kind   tha.   pl.,,se_   Hubby  and als!,'    ���,
10c
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES.
A  TIN
The Fair:
For information leading to the arres-
and conviction of the parties who
broke into the dressing-room of the
West End Lacrosse Club at Moodv
Square and stole certain articles
h-rtfrom.
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
|W * wmmH^H^
JUST ARRIVED: Baking Ammo-
ma, Cream of Tartar and Bird See.
AT
PURE   MILK   SUPPLY
A National Necessity.
Artists' Materi- i _
als
Architects' Supplies
Office Supplies
| RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST ANDI
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
*nnnnooono4>onoo*oononnoo*4+*** ����������������� **********
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Sporting Goods
DUCKS     AN    DEER.   ET.J
AT
THE  SEASON   FOR   SHOOTING
OPENS   ON    SEPTEMBER    1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^H
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITIO*
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS W AR CARRYING A FULL All.
COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW    PRICES.
Jry mater- ;u"""�� gain to the city's health and tors and scientists are at on ��� in' t_-ir
clean and weI) ',ein.. and we are sure that the (assertions that the health of the child
the entire icltlz��fls at large would welcome it i m0re -seri��usly menaced through
,,.,,   aown I _   l-      taPm-e milk  than through  any other
and   washed   every  night   after busi
riess  hours. H	
IIIIZ ? haVe a tirst ClaSs ' faV��r 'D *^w We.tml-'s.er. Two such
firs,   I d he malntained in a establishment*   have   for   some   time
"rs    class   condition,  or  Its   real   ad- : prospered   in   our  midst,   and   now   a
b_ -eS_n^ a r'a'Ure * ��UT CUy Wl" 'hird 'S ^^ " ��^ ��" 0��
ne aenously discounted. Such a re- premises formerly occupied a�� Gor
suit .__ only be attained by the pro- 'Jon's Dry Goods house
bbition  of   those  abuses   which    at   _
present seriously militate against the , �� is to be hoped tnat this Dew es-
���WDMI "' Columbia Street. We tabllshment wil] not seek u> attract
w. lTr,'_ 'I' ��aC' W'" ^ '^^ aDd PUbU�� atteMl0n h> mean�� of a me-
m -o _r,nor any regulations that chanlcal Instrument grinding out a
ma, be made in the spim we have Perpetual repettm 0f one or two pop_
1 mtored to lUggert, and thu_ second lar tunes the whole day long Human
��� T**** 0t th" Councii to provide nature _ capable of withstanding on-
���-:��� Ip a main street that will '>' a limited amount of this kind of
be one of Uu f;.j(,s,  .-.  lhjs provlnce   thing.
ohanneL     in Chicago ther are muni-
clpal laws  forlldding tho delivery of
milk in any but sealed containers   in
New  ^ork  milk  must be pasteurized
MOREY'SfT. J. TRAPP & CO., Limit.
��� ���������������  	
Hotel Bull_ Ai
BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
A
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Fourth Avenue and Manci SW
StATTLE
RATES;
Room $1 p?r day up.
Room and board $2,50 per day sal
Room with bath $2.50 per day V|
Room with bath and board $4peri
��__
A WHOLESOME MEAT SUPPLY
There is . irne curiosity to know by
I whose leave or authority a raree show
t.  .    .    __. ia * a_  ,   ,u     .��,rr. I���* *Ot  Up on  the corner of llegbie
It    s   Uj     -  hoped   thai  the   report '   .
.    .         ,_  a     r.    i-  'Street on  Saturday?
and statement just Issued by Domln-;	
ion   inspector   J    G    Rutherford,  and ,_���.,._���
. c-^h, .      in      Judge   Howav   rtceii-ed   a   decided,
publl.heal in our issue of Friday,  will    ,        , , ,
'bough    necessarily    silent    welcome
n.-^uit  in  the  awakening  among  indi-
,      .      .    , ,   ,      back to the judicial bench at the op-
viduals of a desire to secure a whole- , , ,.    ,. ,
i ,.       .    ,    ,.   - enlng   of   the   Countv   Court   sittings
tome meat supply, and thereby in tbe;        �� -,
.... , ,,       , . , ��w-1 yesterday,  after  ins  Itsigthy  and  in-
carrying out of at  least some of the '
. _, terestng  vacation  taunt,
much   needed   reforms  in   connection '
with  the slaughter of cattle and the
supply   of   meat   and   meat   products ; BRITAIN  AND  STATES
lo the public.    There is undoubtedly j      AGREE ON FISHERIES DISPUTE
real need for a better and more sys-1 	
tematic   supervision   of   the  arrange-1    ^"dcn,  Sept. 13.���A formal agreements   In  existence  in   many of  the ment   between   the   United   Kingdom
slaughter houses   and   meat   canning !and th,e u"lted states ror submission
..,,,���.       , ,       .   a   to arbitration of questions  regarding
establishments.    Ignorance  of    what ^  fl8herle-   of  ^   Xort&h    *t���*
goes on in these places and the clev- coast_ has been published.
er way in which  unwhoio��_a~-  .      - i     *---'
Advertise in
The Daily News
Westminster's Best
Advertising  Medium
1.1
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All outside rooms, with hot sado
water, steam heat, long distance '.'J
phone. '3us meets all trains snd'
CARLETON  GILBKRT. tth
WE   ARE   READY   TO SHOW
you how It Is cheaper to buyoUr
high-class building material.
than It Is to purchase tlie P00''
cr kind. We can point t0
buildings buiU with f"r m*
rials that never n��ed rel',",���
We can point tu some 0lMrl
that need repairs all the ww
But they were BOt built ol <"���'
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
er way In which unwholesome meat
is dressed and flavoured serve to lull
any possible suspicions in the public
mind;  but if the secrets of some of
al  	
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Article No   1 set= nn. '_>
��.uoti__ nf .dhependl"K upon the con-
..  ^  ______  oriLoX^Oetol! CO��ventlon si��ned in
ihese establishments were pMwBft^.1,,^ Three
a general feeling of disgust and die- ceduroand a��� Vftr^ _._.
trust would be aroused. The cond.- "- arbitration trlbu_al rtSTfroSS
tion of rhlngS ,n thls comtry we SJg�� tt-genera, |,Bt g &*��_
suppose, ���ot so bad a8 Upton Sin- t��� moS at U'e HagUe wltt1^
clalr revealed to an astonished world
a few years ago, but they are decidedly
had enough   to  demand  stringent   en-_^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
nuiry   and   supervision;.    The  objeo-1To 0ur Customers of Hard Coal���
tionable methods and practices which L "'",' ""' '""'""i^ed, do not ex)Ject
are carried out iu Some meat estab- I      "'"' ""'V """"AiAYh y"ar'
OILLBy BROS. LTD.
NOTICE.
Eastertrook  Milling Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & P�� ^opr and feed merq
FRONT  8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone
iADVERTISE IN THE  NEWS LsOA,  SEPTEMBERJ^
THE  DAIL
G E N T S
PAGE FIVE.
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POR    STANDARD        PATTERNS.
RDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
SPORTING NEWS!  LookFor'��.eBigEIectric
Sign.
Wm li.H0.St FANS
D.LM WONDERFUL DREAM
YESTERDAY'S RACING
Footh
Flannelette Eiderdown, in shades
of navy, pale blue, pink and cardinal; a very soft material, suitable
for ladies' and children's dressing*
gowns.   Price per yard,
City  Team   Plans   League
Include   Calgary,   Revelstoke,
Vancouver  and  this City.
to
FIRST  RACE   Four  furlongs   selling, maidens, two-yeai olds
l   Solved; .. Calops   3,  Uarmed.
SECOND      hack   Five    furlongs,
selling, three year-old   and up.
I, Dandy Fine-;  2   Zellnda-
vi-l  p.
.Mar-
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
It will pay to buy your groceries from
C. B. DEANS
Canadian  or  Carnation   Wheat
Flakes,  per  pkg 35c
Wheat
for .
Flakes  in bulk.   4
lbs.
25c
Golden   West   Baking Powder.
12 oz. tin 20c
This Is a sood baking powder.
M-ponnd sack sugar,   $1.20
Schilling's   Best
der, per tin ..
Baking   Pow-
. ,25c and 40c
To nil appearances they have the
bug badly In Calgary. The
symptoms of the attack, however, appeal to run to the spouting of hot air
more than to actual iday. Not con-
teni with asking for dates for the
Minto cup m.-xt    year,    the Calgary
'- -'   Clu ,   is    now, it   appears,
endeavoring to form a league which
shall embrace Calgary, Revelstoke,
New We tmlnster and Vancouver Ai
lea ��� thai Is the scheme that the Calgarj Albertan attributes to Managei
l-lcCullougb of the Foothill City team.
On the square, though, If Mr, Mc-
Cullough ever did evolve that Idea
It's quite evident that as a sport promoter In- has niisnvU his vocation.
Wiib an Imagination like that he
could miike thousands as a novelist
Hi- might even discover the North
Pole. Thla is what the Albertaa has
to say aboul  it:
Tin- management is now trying in
l'oi'n a  league  for  oexl   svisou with
New  Westminster,  Vancouver, Revel-
to.,   .ilni  Calgary,  which if success-
lul should place the national gum.- on
stronger rooting than ever in Cai-
try."
ln regard to the withdrawal of tne
Calgarj   challenge for  tbe Minto cup
I .tnis year, tb,. Albertan says:
"Tlie reason_ for the postponement
of    the  games    until     next  year  are
sell
Sid
sell-
THIRD RAOB���Five  furlongs
ing, three-year-olds .-mil up.
1, Curriculum;  _   Vronsky-  'i
Silver,
Fon.Tii race   six furlongs,
lng, tour-year-oldi nnd up,
I, i-aiirn ciaj; .. Emma a ,; :>,.
Grace O,
FIFTH RACE���One mile, selling,
three-year-olds and up.
I, May Sutton; 2, Melton Cloth-  ?,.
Tp-ii   Row.
SIXTH RACE -Un,. mil.', selling,
three-year-olds and up,
i. Nasmerlto; u, Mr. Bishop; :;. Col.
Bronston.
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.
W. E. FALES 612-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertak
PHONE   176.
er
NIGHT CALL 81.
FOOTBALL
Football Executive.
There will be a meeting of the exe-
eutlve <if tli'- Westminster Rovers'
Football Club ibis evening ai 7:30 at
Blair's store. Several Important
matters will come  up for decision.
CRICKET
Irish Cricketer5  in  Lead.
New York. Sept, lil.���The result of'
the first   part of    the    international
[many, one of them being that three cricket match which was begun Saturday at UvingBton between tlie Gentlemen of Ireland and a representative eleven from th,- New York clubs
left the visitors in the lead iby a Bcore
of 12", to 107 for five wicket's. The
match was continued today.
Chlcka-n Soup,  2 tins  for   ..15c
Clark's Pork and Beans,
for	
cans
. .25c
Frvsh   Ground
at, [ier lb.   .
Coffee,
special
....25c
of tbe best men on the Calgary team
jarL. out of the city, and have betu tor
'some time. Melross and Jack Ross
have been om to the coast on a vacation, Eddie King ls also awav, and
Allan McDonnell i_ at Banff."
The choicest tou_(i of all, however,
Is saved for tho last. Says the Sport-
inn gentleman of tho Foothill paper:
"As tb'.- Montreal, Ottawa ami
Shamrock aggregations will be passing through Calgary some time during this and next month on their way
west, .ui effort wi'i ibe made to have
them stop over aud play a series of
exhibition games  with Calgary.''
"Montreal .Ottawa AND Shamrocks." Kgad. also odds bodikins.
'Tls a strong brand that the Albertan
sporting editor smokes.
TO VISIT EAST.
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WRITING MATERIALS, OFFICE SUPPLIES. BOOKS, PAPERS,
MAGAZINES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
IN A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
IN OUR STOCK. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. WE BUY FOR CASH DIRECT FROM
THE MANUACTURERS, WE THEREFORE SAVE YOU MONEY.
NO  DISAPPOINTMENTS  IF YOU  DEAL  WITH   US.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
Boxer Suspended.
Because he boxed at the professional affair between Nelll and McKenna at North Vancouver under nu
assumed name last Friday night, Geo.
Bright, holder of the bantam championship of liritish Columbia, bus
been suspended by th,. officials of me
Brttl.-h Columbia' Amateur Athletic
union.
President   Jones,     of     Vancouver   Lacrosse Club, Plans Journey.
President Con Jones of the Vancouver Lacrosse Club win leav. for
the east iii the near future. M:
Jones, in conversation with seve-.i
of the officials of the New Westm...
st^r Cluh a few days ago stated tha1
his primary object in going east was
to transact some persxsiai business n
New York. He admitted, however.
that Montreal, Toronto and the la-
croSSe centres of Eastern Canada
would he Included im his Inltinerary
and that b<- might take advantage of
Ills presence in Ontario to look up
some promising players. It appears
Unit the Vancouver Lacrosse Club has
found that it gets best satisfacthn
from its players who are engag.il on
contract and President Jon<\-. wishes
to sign on a few  more m this way.
LIFE-SUPPORTING  ELEMENT
DISCOVERED   ON   MARS
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Our entire stock of LADIES'
WASH SUITS and CHILDREN'S
DRESSES to clear at half price.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A.J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia  Street.
Boston, Sept 13.���Oxygen in the atmosphere nf Mars bus been discovered y Prof. Perclva] Lowell, according to announcement made today,
Tb,- discovery was made through
spectroscope observations. Willi Dr.
1/iwcil's proof that the atmosphere
of the planet has in it life-supporting
elements and in sufficient quantity lo
sup;.on life, it is believed tbnt no fur- ,
ther evidence will be neccessary to |
prove that the distant globe Is inhabited.
Dr. Lowell's announcement fallows
Closely the confirmation of his declaration of last year to the effect that
there was water vapor in the atmosphere of the planet. At that time,
there was considerable doubt ex- j
pressed whether or not Dr. Lowell
was right. These doubts were proven to be groundless several days ago
when Dr. W. W. Campbell, of the
Lick observatory, took observations
from the top of Mount Whitney, and
got Indisputable evidence that there
is water vapor In Mars' atmosphere.
CZARINA SAID TO 8E
IN VERY POOR HEALTH
All  Preparations For Reception in the
Crimea   Have  Been
Abandoned.
St.   Petersburg,   Sept.  13.���Emperor j
Nicholas and the members of the Imperial   family   left   St. Petersburg to- \
night  for  the  Crimea.      tl  is  hoped !
that  the   trip  will   have  a beneficial j
effect an the health of the empress, j
The celebrations at Moscow and other j
cities on    the way  have    been  abandoned   on   account   of the   empress
weakness and nervousness.
|*��*HH����H.SMMMMIM��M�� ��>>M ���
Electric Railway Service j
x
Interurban Line.
-a-"3   for Vancouver  and   way
atatlon_  will   run  every   half
"""��������  from   5:50   a. m.    Lest
car leave, at 11
���'. i - ���
1
:
p. m.
'a3t car leaves Vancouver at
1:��0 p.m.
twenty
Perton
c|ty Iln.
lea?e  the   depot   every
minutes   for  both  Sap-
and city limits over the
���
City  Line:   Cars  leave  tram J
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes   after,   and  forty    minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6.30
a m.
Sunday service h^lf-hourty between 8: SO a. m. and 11- P- m-
m��sh Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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TORONTONIANS WILL
PURIFY   SOCIETY
I    Toronto,  Sept.    li!.���The board  of
moral and social reform of the Presbyterian church  met yesterday       W.
K.   lii-i-y.   K.  C,   presided.      A  resolution   was   passed   by  the   board  expressing approval  of t_e  probationary system   and   Indeterminate sentence* in treatment of criminals.
I   The  temperance  oommlttee  report-
led in favor of the local veto and ��lx>
lltlon of the bar.
The literature committee advised
that fresh literature on the white
slave traffic and social evil was de-
I sir able.
The press committee thought i
more general use of the secular nnd
religious press might be made to Inculcate  political   righteousness.
The committee on political purity
urged that a vigorous campaign
through the presi. pulpit and platforffl
ibe inaugurated for the purpose of
'purifying politics, to advocate inde-
oeudence, and to condemn deliberate
misrepresentation and bribery during
the political campaigns.
The board also adopted a resolution
on gambling that every effort be put
forth to effect a complete suppression
iof  professional  race  track  gambling
The Nights
are getting long and tbe eyesight
in consequence is getting short
Science, howsver, has to ��ome ex
tent overcome the natural decline of the eyesight by substitut
ing properly fitted glasses. Occasionally we find a case eo
complicated that we cannot cor.
reet. When we meet such cases
we are candid enough to say so.
Two essential things you can depend upon In dealing with us;
first, we fit your eyes perfectly;
second, w, do not overcharge you,
and In every case when not satisfied we cheerfully return the
money. We have spectacles as
low as 50c a pair. Try us for
your next pair.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15: YOUNG IDEA STAKES FIVE
FURLONGS.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18: THE GRANVILLE HANDICAP.
ONE  MILE
Six Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL STREET DAILY AT 1:00 AND V30 P
M.     FIFTEEN.MINUTE   SERVICE     FROM     GRANVILLE     STREET
STATION.
THIS   CUT
WE5TM0UNT
��   for    &5*
shows our new Collar, "The West-
mount."    All sizes, Two for 25c
WE ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE       OF       "CHAMBERLAIN"       ALL
HEIGHTS;   ALL   SIZES  IN   "GLENCOE,"       "WIDEAWAKE,"    AND
-MAXIM."
PHILLIPS
THE   WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
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PAGE 8K.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAV   ^EMB.p ���
COLUMBIA STREET  LOCAL
PROVEMENT NOTICE.
IM-
POLICE MAKE RAID HURLED BATHERS
ON PHOTOGRAPHIC DIVE INTO THE STREET
Discover  Joint  From   Which   Otscene
Pictures  Were  Issued���Take  in
Gamblers Too.
Explosion  of   Boiler  in  San   Francisco
Bath House is the Cause of
Injury  to   Many.
The Municipal Council of the (-'or-
poration of the City of New Westminster having by res>olutid_ determined ' 	
and specified that it is desirable :���>
carry out the following works, that
is to say:
(ai To construct a sewer to be
known a.s the "Colum.ia Street
Sewer1' on Columbia Btreet between
McNeeiy street and Fourth street.
(b) To . ostruct cement sidewalks
an both sides of Columbia street be- O.-liewa. Sept. 13.���Officers of the San Francisco. Sept. 13.���Half a
tween McNeeiy street and Fourth Jxbiel Detective Agency and CtUel score of persona were injured sev-
EtAn. .hit .T_a!_ woS'^han3';,. Constable Alfred T. Hind, raided tbe eral probably fatally, when a boiler
carried out in' accordant with tlie office of Ge.rge VV. Paradise, cual and in the Lurllne baths, al 1.'163 Geary
provisions of the Local Improvement wood dealer, uti Saturday and Belzed street, exploded today. Woman pa-
General   Bylaw,   1909. a  number of    obscene    photographic irons were blown through the window
And  tbe    Citv    Etagineer and  City -e<,aijVp�� .   ,   - .
Assessor having repor.ed to the Coun- "ffiteiectlwi also found an opium ��f tte.r contpanmi-n., in. the street
cil in accordance with the provisions olUflt ^j at the time of the raid Par- and t,le ��mhUn�� was almost complete
of tbe said bylaw u; .n th<:- said wanks atjise W8fl umjer tbe Influence oi the
giving statements showing the soothjng effects of the drug. Yes
amounts estimated to be Chargeable terday, however, being deprived ���:
against the various portions ot real ,ijis indulgence in tlie lockup, he was
property to be benefited by the sai-1 Iakeu jh ;-ud on medical advice, it
works and other patieulars and the wa_ decided to allow him one Pipe - I
eaid reports of the said City Engineer o;,jum a dav. Ball has been refus d.
and City Assessor having been adopt- paradise implicated a local photo-
ed by the CXiuncU. grapher    who be said  took    the pic
tures for him.
Hind and the Thiel men also made
a raid on an alleged gambling Joint
situated over F_t Brothers- store at
the corner of Sltncoe and King street,
Oshawa, and there arrested Tom
Hinckson, A. Thompsca, Toronto;
Albert Bowden, Victor Pye, Waiter
Farewell, Arthur Hamblln S. K.
Jam, s. Dan Colien. and Edward Curtain, Oshawa. The place was locked
when the detectives called, and when
they forced the do.r there >\as a
stampede amongst the occupants, several of whom made a big effort to get
away, .but all were finally captured
ami placed isi the lockup. Curtain
hid himself In tbe boai box wnere be
was not discovered until an hour afterward.      The  men  claim   the place
Is   ,i   club,       Ut    it  has    no  charter,! 	
though some years ago a club known | \orwood. Out.. Sept. 13.���"We the
as the Silent Seven existed tuere. coroner's jury, after considering the
Hinckson   is alleged    to have    been levidence il_,l  that    Stella   Mav Wll-
Notice is hereby giv-o that the
said reports are o;<en for insp,-.-
at the office of the City Assessor. City
Hall, Columbia street. New Westminster, B. C and tbat unl.ss a petition
again-t the proposed works a.w>
mentioned signed by a majority of tlie
owners of the land or real property
to be assessed or charged in respect
of such works representing at Iras:
one-half in value thereof is presented
to the Council within fifteen days
from the date of the first publication
of this notice the Council will proceed with the proposed improvements
under such terms and conditions as
to the payment of tbe cost of such
improvements as the Council may by
bylaw in that behalf regulate and determine and also to make the said
assessment.
Dated this 1st dav of September, A.
D. 1909.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
Date  of   first   publication,   the   2nd
day of September, 1909.
wrecked.
A  muffled   roar  from   beneath  the'
building shook the neighborhood Just
.efore noon and a cloud ui -team and
.-moke belched forth. The bo.ler
was torn from its foundations aud
hurled through tbe ro.pf. going hign
liiio tiv air and crashing into tlie
middle of G_ary street.
From the second floor of 'he structure, where tbe individual bathrooms
were located, men and women were
Mown through great gaps -n the wa I
and   the  windows.
A hurried count of the Injured
showed three men so severely hurl
as to i .quire Immediate medical attention. William Hanson, the engineer, and .1 Denny, fireman, both
of whom were in the engine-room,
were blown through the front of the
building. Hans'ci was frightfully
scalded and burned, and Denny was
injured almost as sevsrely.
SHOT DAUGHTER AND
DIED  OF  THE   FRIGHT
running tbe establishment.
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatcn
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given in
each case being the hour or closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. Ail mails,
unless otherwise stated, are desparr.n-
ed and received daily exc.pt Sunddy.
Tbe oniy mails dispatched and re
ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and ('. P. R. east mails, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, i-'raser
Mills and Coquitlam.
S.-.��___I lltll).
A CHEAP ALCOHOL
loughby came to deatli from being
shot   by  Thomas  George  Wllloughby,
accidentally, and that Thomas George
Wiloughby die. from paralysis of the
heart caused from the shock of said
shooting."
The above    verdict    was  rendered
yesterday afternoon by  the coroner s
  ijirry at  the adjournment of    Inques
���into the    double    tragedy    which oc-
Chicagoans Announce  Discovjry That .curred  at  the    Wllloughby    liome  in
township of Drummer about cue and
a half miles from this place on  the
Will Revolutionize This
Industry.
Mails Despatched.
Chicago, Sept. 13.���Drinkable alcohol from sawdust.
This is the latest triumph in chemistry, according to a statement made
public yesterday by John M. Ewen,
Chicago    harbor    commissioner    and
afternoon of August IT.
Port Arthur's Latest Ambition.
Port Arthur, Sept. l:j.��� Port Arthur
plains a thirty days "good old summer
time" In August next year. The idea
is to have the new Canadian Northern   hotel   open   for   the   reception  of
6:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
G. N. H. Owl.
. a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. east'taking all points
cast including Langley and district.
The   mail   for  Abboisiord and  dis- Oeorge H. Tomlinson
trict,  Clayburn and  district,  Hunting-  tlie  enginers    for  F.
dou and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
.   a.m.���Blame     and     Seattle,    in-
widely  known as an engineer.    Alter,'guests   and   to   arrange  a  variej   list
five years of almost incessant experl- of attractions, excursions, fishing and
men ting a process ior mak-ug an ai-
conol said to be as pure as that
obtained from grain lias been patented ai Washington by Malcolm F.
Ewen, brother of Mr, Ewen, and
formerly one of
H. Clergue at
Sault Ste. Marie.
The Ewens and Mr. Tomlinson are
of the oelief that   their  process   will
other summer sjiorts, and to advertise
them extensively in eastern and
souuiern cities.
wil] also allow all grain being devoted
to purposes of food.
They state that Uie sawdust alco-
IkpI can bn produced for about 7 cts.
a gallon, as against a cost for grain
alcohol of approximately ;jo cts per
gallon. The patentees declare that
chemical analysis proves their sawdust alcohol to be purer than grain
gran  alcohol  and  to contain no fusil oil.
eluding all U. S. points east and soutn; j revolutionize fuel and illuminating
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz- conditions in several aspects. They
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and . declare that sawdust alcohol will not
Saturdays. -only   become   a  competitor  of
All Surrey malls are received from .alcohol for beverage and industrial \ot on]v js ^^ new ,.|Cohol ob-
Clov-rdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha- \purposes, but that it will drive ga_o- tained from sawdust, but it is ob-
selmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on line out of use for automobiles, motor tained from any kind of lumber
the I'on Oulchon train on Tuesdays boats and lighting. Thev also be- waste from edgings slab-. sha\_ngs
Thursdays  and  Saturdays. , lieve tbat    sawdust    alcohol   will   be and sawmill odds and ends '   All this
ll.im a-m.���Vancouver, Victoria and largely used instead of coal for en- material is thrown into the machinery
< vv.,    i.arkj vla B   c   E1���clric Kail-;gine.s and that it will sweep kerosue  to undergo  transformation  Into  pure
;off the niarket as an llluminant       tl   alcohol
l-:.;o p.m.���Strawberry    mil, 'llm-
way.
berland   and   South   Westminster
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Kast Burnaby, hy courier
2:b0 p.m.���Burquitlam,   y courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer montris ciose at
2:30 except   Saturday)���I_tdner,   Fort
Oulchon, Westham    Island and  Bun
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Ha
*J. C. Bruce."      (Steveston mill des.
patched and received via Vancouver.!
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver    and    1'pper
Biding, via G. N. It. north.
3  p.in.���Cloverdale,   NIaoh
Port KeJls daily, Clayton on  Tuesday,
(Thursday, Friday and Saturday;  I
head on Tuesday and Pi day; ii
cord. Tuesday  ani Friday.
i       j- tn.���\ ancouvei   an :  B   ns ij
Wee, rla B. C, Electric Rail"       Sal
urday an extra mail la d ���    ���
victorl i  via Van' ouver bi thli   bo ir
BhMi including all i .
6 po .-. - east and south, via <;. N  it
T. ��� -
6 ; -��� oon. C. P. R, tai t, r ra
a*   -i I.-.,..  mall takes the fol
lowing    local    places:      Barnet    and
Pon moody, )';-. Ma-ioiows. Port Ham-
morid.   I'ort   Haney,     Mission.     C-llll- ;
wack, Harrison  Hot Springs, Agassis,
Lytton. Ullooet, Spen.es- Bridge. Nlo
ola  and  distrii t.  and all  Doint.- east
except Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and    Seattl.,  in
eluding all  U. S. points, via O. N. h
"Owl."
!>:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hio,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria.
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tuep
day, Thursday and Saturday) Wood
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Bapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m���Burquitlam. by courl.r.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mail   east,   and
losed mall from Sumas. and Seattle,
ncludin .   ...  S.  A.  matter, and  also
Frase- Mills.
by   =
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by ths fact that ths
finest Cocoa in ths world Is made there.
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
Is tbe purtst and the best snd is fast becoming the beversgs
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO ���
S~.!��t_?._^._T_____fjg._J-5_���^
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
m. .�� a a, a, a.
Manufacturers and Dealer* tn All Kina   ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Saah,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F4RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royai Ciiy Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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NOTICE
14.
1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS,
PACK   tUBV-A.
WATER
, ven that an ap-
,,:..>. a
er Dl-
i.. .   Vancou-
having
ol vancou-
Md bavlng :>���
���j   into   _,-
��*__*<'
2fc_l|I��U*
.     the  lake,
River
���aw ��r
ir tli An"
,.,-   trom the
:    i h0 .uantlty
eat or certificate of Us pendens ., .
tiled within such ptriod, or in di
ol redemption before regisi ration,
and  each  of  you  wil   be-  forevi i  >
topped uu>l debarred from te
any claim to ,ir an reaped ol th
land, and i thai) register Annie R
as owner thereof In fee.     And I In
by order 111; ��� i  publication ol thl   o
tiei- iipr ten daya In a daily n- w ,
published  In   .Nov   Wesi mini ���
lic, good and BUffi(Stent service thi
Dated at  the  land    registrj  otitci
I
iu,-i vh-p
BSrdTnle"t;    I"""'"
' I .point   of   diversion
..,   character ol
,,,,,. power
lon of electricity
:   trial and cof
I particularly In
tors,   machiney.
operation    ">
B1  writs for which
power are suit-
V     Tl,.-   pr*
near high tide
of in- river. (g>
which the water Is,
New Westminster, I'rovinrx- of Brl 1st]
Columbia,  this Utlth day oi  a i
a. D., 1909.
i    B   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Samuel Coulter, ESsq.
- .v   Range One.
that  Albert   Hunt,  ot
ipatlOU    tanner.
Ij     fur  permission  to
the    following    deacn ed
il  a ]K,st  planted  In
ore  >ii   K'-.-s  Island
..-v.   g:<mp.    Dat< 'I
Applying   t"r   the
containing    ICO .-teres
. li
ALBERT HUNT,
Per s   H. KORD, Agent.
I' ited .Inn,- i.ih, 1909.
Hextean Liners WAR IN GERMANY
Will Call Here       ^ DR|1ABl[s
1   and iho coun-
l vi  tin- ai-
ended ,llv
and
had
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that an
plication   will be madv niider Pan
i of Coast  Range One.
>���    that John Johnson, ot
B   C, occupation,    sales
���-, apply for permlssioi
;"   , -   base  the  following  descnu..   be
ap
Commencli     ;.t
..   post  lilunleil  o_
V.  'In- n<>r:li shore of John island, an ls-
of thi.- "Water Av, 1909,"  to Obta a a  land  between Kees island
Municipality of    Bui
is altuai
license   in   lh
nahy  Division  of  Dol   lit  Di trlcl
(a.)  Tn,..  nam,-,  address  a"'! ocupa-
tlon of tin- applicant is Horace Wil
liamaon,     442   Weatmlnater   avenui
Vancouver, B. C.
(b.)  The  name of Uu- lakv
(if unnamed, the description) is   unknown, rising in Un 'Jin, runn d
southerly   and    west rly     dli ectl a
:     ,l. 1
and  Davies
Dated, June 6th. 19u9.    Applying  f<>r  the  whole Island, contain-
: v more or less.
JOHX  JOHNSON,
Pe* S.   11.  FORD, Agent,
Dated  June Cth. 1909.
cil, ,
CO v .!
AM- '���' 1       the electric
e  Lulu
l"'l '������������'���i -������  - been  shipped
"'���':'!   -     i days
-v     ���
light anil telephone line
to  l���-  nm  ac-Oss  lh,-   i,
erected  in tea
uaed.     Th,- ii:;',
''��  l>��wei   I-,  vi   iu  ,|���, matter
question   with
Attempt to Extort More
Under Cover of New Tax
Troves .Boomerang.
I   ' , .-, electric pow
I traction, light
. turlng  and    ail
. indusi   al or other purposes 400    feet    south    oi
���   applied,    (li   If  Hlock one (li  In t
ed fpir power or
Hghl
The
near
���,i!,,   tde   place
: _  ��   ei I   to be returned to
and th, durer-
���   .,: i ;;   between point of di-
Ision  and Ol     return.
J,       ..        returned tn river
!,,_ ol same, an 1 difference of ele-
I olnt uf diversion and
I' [S   about  3H0 feet,  (j)
T". land  hit. ndel to be
I roposed  works wlll
f acn       (kl  TDD no
on the 7th day ol
application will he
��,,' t0 thi Co nmlssloner on lhe
I of August 1909. (1) Give
,;, ; addresses of any rl-
Irian pv;-: I- tors or licenses who or
Le lands a e likely to be affected
T.j,, proposed works, either abm_
{below tl H   F. Dickins,
kucouver, B  C.
Distrlcl of Cast  Range One.
Take notice thai James Watson, ot
through District I.ot in, Buroabi Vancouver, ii. c, occupation   farmer,
(c.) 'lh,. polnl of diversion Is a oui  intends to u,pply for permission to pur-
a stake marked   ihase the following described  inniis:
northwesi coi      Commencing ai  a
Dp,! 111. |the  northi a ;   shore
Ber of Distrlcl
di.) The quantity of water a ; ed
for 'in cubic teet per second) ls two
( ..
ii-.i The character of the propo
works  is  to  run    power    machlnerj
and  electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
Irrigating.
(f.) The premises on which iiv
water is to be used Is known .-is Block
one (li, two (-) and sixteen (16) in
District Lot 111, Burnaby,
(g.) The purposes for which the
water is to be used are domestic,
power, light ami Irrigation.
(h.i if for Irrigation describe the
land to be irrigated���about twelve
(12)  acres.
li.) If the water is to be used for
iwwer or mining purposes descrl he
the place where the water Is to be r('
turned to  sum,,  natural  channel, and
post  planted on
of     Owl   island.
1909.      Applying for
containing 160 acres
Dated June 6th,
the whole Island
more or less
JAM ICS   WATblJA,
Per s   ii. ford, Agent.
Dated  June  Oth,  1909.
the difference In    altitude    between
Memorandum  ot  joints  of  diversion  mm   point of  re-
L the   Company     which   turn.    The   water  Is  to   he   returned
| ,..        the   proposed   application  about two hundred   (200)   feet below
jfor.s  ri   la as follows: in same channel and about sixty (60)
Beta  for    which    toe  feet lower.
topBBj ps ��� itabll8hed and to which;    j.) The area ol Crown lend  Intend-
fleets'tlv Company  are    restricted   ._ to he occupied by    the    proposed
itl. acquis tlon of water .and water works Is none.
,Y   .     cords of unrecorded  wa-1    (_.) This notlc., was jposted on
I ..       thi   purchase  of  water  re-  14th  day  of  Augusi,  1909, and  appli-
" -   cation  will   be   made    to    the    Commissioner  on   the  lath  day  of    September, 1909, at 2.:',n o'clock,
(l.) The names and   addresses   or
riparian proprietors or licensees
or  whose lands are likely to be |
affected    by    the    proposed      works, j
,-lther above or below  the outlp; are
(he Crown, H.  _.    Scott.    Vancouver,
und E   PaMiman. Vancouver.
HORACE WILLIAMSON.
112    Westminster   avenue
Distivi   ul   ('nasi   Range.  One.
Take- notice that Bergeta Anderson,
intends to apply tor permlssli n to pur-
of Vancouver, B, C, occupation, lady,
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted ln
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, the largest island in the Indian group. Dated June ,-|th, 1909.
Applying for the whol,- island, containing  00 acres  more or  less
BERGETA ANu_RSON,
Pea- S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Cth, 1909.
It
ixj wer,
Woul<j  have
tovrei
a  ca ,.     elng
comm io.,   wa      i,
and
.  the
various companie   , oncerned.
Aid. Graj recommended thai aci on
be taken ai once with regard to the
obtaining ol step i poles for c- lum
bla Btreet. II,- proposed to have the
poles niauuia<"'ii, I n th. city if prac
tieable.
Citj electrician P. Bowlei reported
thai he bail placed de I - _ the
hands of a local concei n for them to
tender on, Prom McNi ely u Fourth
Btreei 65 polo, would be required.
Automobile Speeding.
Aid. Fader brought up the matter
of av-,1111,1,ile ap,, fling j,. Queen's
park, whieh would be dangerous t(|
i oi e trainers and pedestrians, He
did nol think thai auto speeding
should i"- allowed there al anj  Dime
\,,  action  was  taken.
Tin- il.ue ol the couri of revl lon
for appeals against Fit i Btreei bow-
er assessment wag sei tor Septem er
22 'it in o'clock. Each appellant will
otUed separately.
Thirty  days'   time  will  be  granted
.   do
Muni
wine
of
PT.
under
|ri., privileges for (a) Con-
nicting : ting and maintaining
vv works power houses, gener-
Eg plant ami such other appliances
Sl conveniences as are nee.ssary jany
Id proper foi he vnerating of elec-, who
fed;;- ,,r li power, or any other
i of deve oped  power,    and    for
{uu      -vine to be u��?d by
... - by persona or com-
llet contracting with the company
befor a motive power for the
;. ol   motors,     machinery   or  ver, D. C.
< rl or other works or to , 	
,-.- '   lb)   the  Company  to con-
r-r   : ���        Ung or as a    motive
Jo. : : ir        - I mg tramways, or for
Bring        .; ng,    lifting,    pumping.
Igtiini-. crushing,    smelting,  ilrilling
Iotl n.i   -     or  '"r  any  other opera-
fjJBu ti 11   may be adapted or
) be us.nl cr supl'li'Vl for or In con
fctf-i . wltl   any  other  purposes  for
V ty    or   elec'rlc    power
��� i or reiiulred.    (g) Kor
|re: 1 ��� ��� and   water    pover
���   amplication and dis-
Itri il  ���       erecting dams. Increasing
Itat head       water in    any   existing
Iho. ol -���. iter, or extending the ��r,_��.
|.er��if.      erttng the waters of any
District of Coiist Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
jto purchase the following described
i lands:
tne | Commencing at a post planted in
a small hav on north shore of Bend
Island. Dated June Cth, 1909. Applying for the whop, island, containing SO acres more or lf-ss
FRANK JACOBSON,
Por S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Gth, 1909.
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take  notice  that Adolph  O.   Jiphn-
son. of Vancouver,  II.  C, occupation,
Vancou-1 turner, intends to apply for permis-
debentures
SoiTi-.ary   Wade,   of     the   board   of
trade wrote again calling attention to
the condition of the approach to the
G. \. R. siaiion at the Westminster
bridge. it was decided to notify
the hoard of trade thai, the government owned the property and the
city had no jurisdiction. The mayor
was authorized to write the provincial governmen! tnd the railway olll-
cdalstaking up the matter with them.
F. 'A'. Wolfenden wrote as secretary of the citizens' meeting held on
Friday night, enclosing a minute (ii
the resolution passed endorsing "1('
action of the council with regard
the Coquitlam dam proposition.
London,    Sept.    5.���German;
mastic  perplexities are    np>;   .
their lighter Bide      There i. a
and  beer war going on, producth
much  amusemenl   to th,- onlook
The new wine law forbids
very heavj penalties the sub, of wines
under names not belonging in them.
it has oftm heen remarked thai Mn
sp-'lo win's of well known growths
arn dearer where thej are grown than
in berlln. The famous Berncastler
Doctor can be bought al a dollar a
bottle in Berlln, but al & rm astle
one is told thai such a price is Impossible, The explanation la thai the
cheaper wine is a mixture, "ver-
Bchnitten" the Herman, call It, bui
after nexl month thai kind ,, trick
will be impo Ible, and alreadj the
wim, merchants are selling ai huge
reductions "verschnitt" wines, which
in a lew Weeks would >be unsalable al
any  prii e
The demand for the well known
brands of Moselle wines exceeds the
supply aboul fortj told, bui tha ��111
now be changed, Mo elle drinkers
will I urn to brands of w li ch the..
have nevi r heard, but whii h wlll now
come Into their kingdom,
Bitter Beer War
ii-p-r and  s]itriv.  Ihe produc-
SEABROOK-BOX       DIFFERENTIAL
Railway
Axle Coupler
will be demonstrated at the
home of MR.  A. DENNY,
Agent, 817 Queens avenue,
near Eighth street, Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings.
STOCK  AT $1.00 PAR VALUE   RAISES TO $1.50 THURSDAY.
for the calling of tenders fur the city j    As for
ers and wholesale men
the opportunity  provided
ernmeni   go  by  without
LAND ACTS.
-.he    following tle-
a  post  planted  on
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
ands:
Commencing at a post planted In a
mall bay on north shore of Berry Island,  dated   June  4th,  1909.      Apply-
ng  for 'he  whole  Island,   containing
100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H,  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
(scribed lands:
sion  to  purchase
Commencing at _
the north shore of Crib Uiand. Dated
June Gth, 1909. Applying foy the
whole Island, containing 90 acres
more  or less.
ADOLPH  O.  JOHNSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Gth, 1909.
H.  W, Shlle
In renly to a
that after having consulted Lloyd's
agenl  and the presideni  of the pllol
hoard   of   Vancouver   be   had   reported
to tb-i minister ot marine and fisheries tnal the wire to carry i��>wer for
the Vancouver power Go. across the
Westminster bridge, should he not
less than -*''1) teet albov. high water
mark.
The Salvation  Army wrote request
ling that the property owned by U��m
be exempteil    lrom    taxation       The
iregueBi wag granted
Eighteen appeals were read against
the first stret sewer assessments on
property. The appeals were referred
to the court of revision.
A petltliu was received for a light
at the corner of Second and St. Patrick StreetB. The request was referred  to  the  light  committee.
Hub- oul of the public for themselves
Whereas the state is to gel live millions in taxes trom beer, the 'brewers
propose to extort thirty-six millions
from the consumers, and whereas the
state is to gel four million, from spirits the distillers propose to extorl
fourteen millions.
Retail seller, or be,.]- who tried to
gel 30 per cent, more for a glass of
beer while the increase in cost Is
really about 3 pe,, cenl., hnve Suddenly noticed ma absence of custom-
to ers. and In consequence brewers who
.have  tried  to get   85 cents a   barrel
would not lei I get our prices
by the gov-
squeezing a
harbor master, wrote  extra   from   retailers   (the   actual   in
request of the oouncil, creased   cost    to   themselves    being
JtlHiut r,u cents), have bveti nolili'-d
t'�� slop ib-liveries. Whole bodies of
wOrkliimnen have pledged themselves
to drink nothing 'hut fruit syrups and
soda until tin- price ol beer Is reduced
again.
BRITISH POLITICIAN
OOES MAI) IN VANCOUVER {WSSs
Now i. the tinip, to i;et your Sewing Machine for your fall sewing,    I
have   a    complete    slock     ol      Silver.
Wheeler ,. Wilson. Our prices are
tin. lowest, for cash or monthly Installments, don'l purchass until yon
- ami terms
We have piano*, organs, and talking machines and records Victor,
Burliner and Edlscn, all on easy
terms, violins. Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, Accordions, and    Concertina*,
Zithers.    Sheet     Music    all    the   latest
popular publications
A  call  will  convince ynu that our
prices are right,
J. H. TODD-S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
'Ib-iti. pond or  lake into  any  other _--���_ rm_
channel or channels   laying or erect-     District of Ooast Ranp    One_
lng anj -    Dume   pipe or wire     Take notice that DwaMflflW^
M_ my  raceways   reservoir, Vancouver,.    B.    C��� occupation   lady.
Up - ��� lr, wheel, building, or Intends to apply for P*���'-"^ V''E��
Otter section or work which nity be chase the following MwMjB^
MQUlred in connection with the lm- vCom�����llc'n�� a' *Cl ��_ is U__d _
proven, and use of the said water tbe north shore of ^���^^^
Md water power or bv altering, re- "nail Island south of Turn*. I. .ami
����:���_. . ending. Improving, repair- Dated June 6th 1909
tag or malnUlnlng anv such works, ,the whole island, 40
��r anv part thereof.
New  Westminster   Land   District,  District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1469, thence
1 south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
ithence north to const, thence following the coast line to point of com-
jmencement.
WILFRID DOUGALL.
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
Toronto. Sept, 13.���S, Sprlce. commissioner of tlie mines department,
hnds thai the Ontario government
was defrauded by the Fort Frances
Lumber compatn out of Bomethlng
over $1500 in timber dues, and over
$inii(i ii.i trespass fines, James John-
sion. a former bookkeeper of the company, laid the charges and the com-
mlssloner says there is nothing to
Implicate W, A, Preston, M. P., for
Haoiy River, the president of the
company or  Manager Cassidy.	
Hon.  Muir  Wilson  Becomes Violently
Insane  Through   Brooding  Over
Loss of Seat.
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL  BRIDGES.
Scaled lenders addressed to the
undersigned, and marked on the envelope, "Tenders tor Steel Bridges,"
will he received at the offlce of the
commissioners Of the Transcontinental Railway, until 12 o'clock noon of
the 2-th day of September, 1909, for
the construction and erection of steel
and floor systems
wooden guard rails
complete) required for bridges at the
points named below:
District "A."
Date
Bridge. of Completion.
-Cains Rive,- Dec. 1, 1909.
South   West  Maramichl,
N. IJ March 15, 1910.
Applying  for
acres more or
- ���   ���'.,.    i iit-reor.
[VANCOUVER   POWER   CO'Y
I (Signature,   y   h.  W.   Hope,
Beck, Directors.
J. .
LTD.'
A.  E.
[Sea-
Arro��trong. Secretary.
P. 0   Address. Vancouver. B-O.
of the Vancouver Power Co'y.,
Ltd.]
DORA ANDERSON,
Pe.   S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1908.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
1    .
Ryder
under a tax
A. Fletcher to
... te the 1.
1906, of all and
District of Coast  !Unge One.
Take notice that John Olses, of
Vancouver, B. C. occupation, farmer.
Intends to apply for permlBsion to
purchase    the    following     described
more
described
j 8, 9, 16 and 17. Block
'. 18 and  IT. Block    6
���  I/.t
I. 8 ._
-   13 and 20. siock 9."Dots
��� and 17, Block 10
'hat an application has
Wen ma le to  register  Annie   '
as "-'        -   "-   simple
Ea!" ''���' ��� '    om Shin,
Ami!,. Ryder   bearing date  the  l^th
fla>' ol Oc r, a. d
',' *  certain  parcel or tract
0' lam and premises situate, lvtng
'Y ' :- the district of New
, ,  ' in the Provinc.  of Brlt-
���     Columbia
_Ck\ :-'    d"s"   l'""1    ;l-;  '"'   ";;
jl '
Low i
lA" ' -mil 17, Block 10; Lots 1. 8.
I,1' ������ '- 17, Block 12; Lots 4, 5 12.
"and 20 Block 13; Lots 1, 8. 9, 16
JM 17, Block 14; Lots 1, 8, 9. 16 and
��, Block 16; Lots 4. 5, and 20, Block
AAA'A '��� '���'��� 16 an(1 17. Block IS;
��J  6. Block 21;  an  subdivisions  ot
'^IA u^.11%?'.1*:
K    subdivision ot
Lots 24. 25. 26   27,
.  Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
1*. 15 18, 19 and 20,
ts  1, 8,
.��� 4, 5, 12,
203 g A     ''��� s,lb(llvlslon of Lot
227' Gr,      I   a,''"'  7' Block 4- oi U>1
Map 174.
un,.,..   '        '" claiming through or
an, lm       A,     aU  P^f^ns  claiming
I,,,'.    ..       ��� m the said land by vlr-
atd ai] '   - ���''r-d   instrument,
in  .-:,      ' Y" ":limlnB any interest
1  by  descent,  whose
tared   under th.  pro-
,    I-"P'l   Reg.strv   Act,"
����ntest the claim of
.''     Within   ten   days
ie first publication
cav-
Re part fl acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1757a, issued In
the nam. of William Oleson, has been
filed ln this ofllce.
Notice is hereby given that I "hall,
at the expiration of one month from
Ihe date of the first publication h-re-
of In a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster. Issue a
Vancouver, Si-pt. 13,���Deep disappointment and continual brooding
over his loss of a sieat In the British
parliament this morning caused Hon.
Muir Wilson, millionaire of Sheffield,
Kiiglaml, and Servian consul, to go
suddenly insane in the Hotel Vancouver, where be has betn stopping. He
is now confined in the city jail, where
for sevi ral hours he has kept up a
succession of shrieks ami screams
which wen- heard for more than a
iblock- He .creamed himself into a
frenzy and only discontinued through
absolute exhaustion.
0 0 p_..MITY LODOE, NO. 27.��� I Earl>' this morning guests Of the
The regular meeting oi this lodge | hotel were suddenly startled when
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum- they saw striding with military bear-
bia street every Monday evening ���-_ down the spacious stairs, a figure
at 8'o'clock Jas Ferguson, noble In British court costume, waving a
grand    W. C. Coatbam. ree. secy.     ; gleaming sword before him.
��� i    "Down  upon   your    marrow-bones,'
he shouted
Mile.
82.0-
121.5
138.0
134.07
149.0
Juniper Brook
odeii Brook  ..
..April 1, 1910.
"D.'
02.25
02.5
99.0
109.29
113.48
128.5
136.0
1910.
1911)
1910
Commencing at a pos, planted in duplicate of the said certificate unless
ba^at northwest oo���* of Davies I,n the meantime valid objection be
Island.     Dated   June   6th.  1909.    Ap-(made to me In writing
plying for the whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSBN,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
Und 15, Block
.(" 268. Group l-
����*��. Block 1:
1!':-,,
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
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore In a small bay on
Compton Island. Dated June 4th.
1909. Applying tor the whole lslana.
containing 80 acres moTe or less
RALPH JACOBSON.
Per S. H. FORD. Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
C. S   KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Offlce.     N-w   West-
nlnster, B. C, August 2, 1909
07,k ' ��� [-"t 16. Block 5; Lots
h -' 17 Bloek 15; Lots 4S
���,... " t - '   Block 'i   o,,.^i���i���i���_  .
District of Ooast Range Oie |
Take   notice  that  Jacob  JacoW��n,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter   intends   to  apply  for  Per���Y I
sion to    purchase    the  following ae-1
scribed lands: ,������,_,  _n
Commencing at a post pi"��,   on
the southwest shore of Mound '���_ ,
Dated. June 4tb. 1909.     Applying for
the whole lsiand, containing SO aw��
more or less. -,��_������
JACOB  JACOBSON.
Per  S.   H.  FORD,  AS'AUt.
Dated June 4th   1909
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 8
���Mevlngs tlie firsta nd third Tuesday ln e.ich month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows' hlock. Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099. l.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAULES,
A<rle No. 20 ���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p.m. ln the Eagles
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Altch-
cson, W. Pres.; II. Schofield, Secre-
tary.	
IOaRD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets In the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at _ p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Btuart-Wlkdt, secretary.
'rom tt
- this
nrui��� p'e inst puanc;
��d in default of a
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEW
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone 13. O��oe, Eighth St
"1  am the lord  high executioner.'     Tho guests fled !m terror
!for  an  Instant  till   it   was   perceived
the man, though looking very dangerous, wns perfectly  harmless.
Major  Harris    of    Vancouver,  who
I has been In communication with Mr
j Wilsons  family   in   Englnnd  and  who
on account  of   Mr,   Wilson's   ilevelop-
ihig   hallucination   has   hewn   asked  to
look   after  him.   soon   explained   that
, his charge  had  lost  his  mind.      Mo-
jinentarlly   Mr.   Wlhson's   Insanity   ap-
Ipeared to increase, so finally  he was
taken   to   police     headquarters.       He
! suddenly   began   to   rave   ami   it   was
found   necessary   to   lock   him   up  to
prevent    him    harming    hlunelt   or
others.
District
Circle River . . ..July 1,
Low Bush River. June 1,
Brule Creek .. .April 1.
Frederlchou. .- Hlver,
Buskgow River April 16, 1910.
Driftwood River, May 1, 1910.
Miiltagiima River, Ju_ip 1, 1910
Plana and profiles '""J' toe seen and
| full Information obtained at the offlce
I Of the Chief Engineer ut Ottawa,
Ontario
After contracts are awarded the
successful tenderers must submit designs ot all Superstructures with
stress sheets all to be In accordance
with the Specifications of Department
of Railways and Canals of the Do-
mliiion Government, 1908. The clas3
cf load to be used is that designated
"Heavy" In the said specifications.
Tenders will be received for one or
more of the structures required.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, nnd witnessed, and bs accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank of the Dominion of Canada payable lo tb. Commissioners or
the Transcontinental Railway, for a
sum equal to live per rent. (6 p.c.) of
the amount of the tender.
The right Is reserved to rej-ct any
or  all  tenders.
Dy  order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioner- of th. Transcontinental Hiillway, Dated of Ottawa,
August  28,  1909.
WILL  NOT  STAND
FOR SHOOTING RESERVES
BONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the isles Camp
191���Meets on the flrst and third
Tuesday of every month In _. of P.
hall.     Chief, W. Suvuerland.
1. O. O. F���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets In Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Gluey,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L O. L.
No. 1150; L. 0. L, No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
F. Court Westminster. No. 33d:
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 29.
Winnipeg, Sept. 13-���Sportsmen of
Winnipeg generally will read with
pleasure the declaration made today
by Hon. Frank Oliver to the effect
tbat the Interior department Is not In
sympathy with the policy of granting
__ leases of government land for private
���hooting purposes or the sale of any
large marsh for such purposes. The
statement was made with a degree of
emphasis that left no room to doubt
Mr. Oliver's strong convictions ln the
matter.
If any fencing of Clandefoy's shooting grounds ia attempted, It may be
taken for granted that the permission
does not come from the department
over which Mr. Oliver presides. Mr-
Oliver knows the western spirit and
being a westerner iilmseif is opposed
to anything that savors of class pr'vl-
SOCIET1ES ] legje.     He would be among the flrst
emphatically
OTHER    FRATERNAL    __v,._ ,-_--      	
Include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A. ito protest and protest
���. .     .        ..       ... ���    .      ,   .,,,..,       onalncl     _aa���    .af     ____a.-,t>
against any of Senator Kirchhoffer's
schemes to keep the general public
oft the Clandeboye shooting marshes.
"Not a foot of marsh lands for private preserve on Clandeboye Bay" Is
Mr. Oliver's policy.
60  YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
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Designs
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Patents taken through Mann A Co. reoelvs
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A handsomely Uluatrated weekly, largest etr-
Silatlon it any aoleBtlBe Journal. Itmi for
Canada, .MS- year,postage prepaid. Bold W
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILT NEWS.
TU^AY, 8EPTEMBER.M
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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 is the season to beautify
City News
:yotir residence and protect it *
# against the wet winter weather ���
*   bv giving it a coat of J
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PAINT
SOLD BY
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COLUMBIA STREET.
���������������������������������������������������*���������������������
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witcfiazel Cream
We also  havj all  kinds of complexion   creatns   and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
The purposa of Education is to help
a person to work to advantage���to
make every stroke count. |n the
rank and file the educated men get
the best salaries. Have you enrolled
for a Commercial training at our
night school, which begins Wednesday evening, September 15th? If not,
DO  IT NOW.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
610 Columbia Street
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
PHONE 475.
TRADE
Owner will trad, for good fa/rn land
Improved or otherwise, a 9-r.om house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New Westminster. Splendid view.
Monthly rental $25. Send fullest particulars of prcpe-ty to ROOM 3, INNS
OF  COURT  BLOCK, VANCOUVER.
Re 14-100 acres of portion of sec-i
tion 21. block 5, north range 6, west)
Xew  Westminster  district.
When a>- proof of the loss of certi-1
ficate of title number 5657F issued in
the nam,, of Island Lodge -No. 24, I. O.
0. I-'., lias been filed in this offlc.
Notice Is hereby glv<�� that I shall,
j at the expiration of one month from
J tlie date of the first publication here-'
of, In a daily newspaper published In
the  city of  New  Westminster,  issue |
a   duplicate   of    he   sail   certificate.;
unless  in   the  meantime valid   objection be mad,, to nip- in  writing.
C. S  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry  Offlce,   Xew   Westmin.
Bti r, ii  c , September 9, 1909.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������*�����������������������������������
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tA Full Line of HEATING AND COOKING STOVES. |
X Contractors for Plumbing and Heating. }
:   j
���
Everything for th. garden at TUy's
phone 184. "
Be sure your Fall shoes have Her-
(:il- b sole. on.
The regular meeting of the Ivoard
of trade will he h< ld on Thursdaj
evening, and a quantity of Important
business will come before the mem-
ers. Among other matter-; there
will be the question of the improvement of the roads in the district.
For first-class cut (lowers a_d any
kind of Floral work, telephone Daw-
Greenhouse, R20S. **
The  fire  alarm  boxes  which  arrived some days ago have not yet been i
installed,   owing   to   the   electric   de-j
part menl not being aible to attend to
the necessary wiring.
For light lunches, teas and candies
the place is Smith's, late Ayling. 71.".
Colum! i.i  stre, t. 207-6
Hercules sole leather will wear oul
two pairs of any other sole ' ather
v de
ll. C. E. H. ciiy and Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for the accommodation of the X\w Westminster ; eople atti nding the horse races
- Minoru park. Lulu Island. Tb
last Sapperton car will leave the office at 11:30 p.m., and the city car at
11:20 r.m.
To the orders of the B   C. Electric
carshops   there   have   heen   added   22
; more  city  cars,  over  and  above the
'already   large    number    on   the   190. ,
'program.      These   wil]  all   be  pay-as-,
you-enter  cars,    those    now  in   use, [
'eight   In  number,   having  proved   sat-
iifactory.
If you wear Hercules solos your
'shoes will  never ne-d  resoling.
Prasoloski. the Pole  who was com- j
'mi'ted  for  trial  for perjury  recently, I
J comes   up  fur    election     today  at   11
'o'clock   in   the   county   court   before ,
Judge Howay. He was to have
[come up yesterday, but the case was
I adjourned in the absence of the soli-1
citor for the  prisoner,  .Mr.  Ross, of
Vancouver.
Buy orchard   iauds   while  'hey   are
cheap and become Independent.      We
are the official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd.  Let
us tell you about their choice holdings
at  Appleland.      A  new  townsite and
fruit  district    along  the  line of    th-
11.   C.  Electric Chilliwack  lin,. and   V.
IV. & E. Cloverdale to Sumns Railway.
|This section excelis in the production
j of al| fruits.    Come at once while the
jbest lands are selling cheap and let us
| show you this section at our expense.
We can   sell    five.  ten.    fifteen and
[twenty acre tracts on easy terms.     .',
[J.  Hart  & Co.,  Ltd. �����
The funeral of Miss Elsie Lilian
Town_(i:ul will take place this afternoon, leaving the house 312 Fifth
street, at two o'clock to the Oddfellows' cemetery.
Kvery one  lookng  for a  good time
should   go   to   the   excursion   on   the !
Transfer and the dance at Ladner cn
Tuesday,   I Ith.      Music  by  Mackness
Brothers. **
Lost���Lady's tan raincoat, while
driving. Please return to this office
and   receive  reward. **
A definite start will be made tomorrow   w'th   the  paving    of    Columbia
street.    Mr. Mitchell, late in the ser-
vce  of   the  Vancouver  city    council, I
who will  be resident forem;:n for the
Hassam  Paving company,  was In  the
city yesterday,  and   looked  over the -
situation.    He  says  there  will  be  no
shortage of    labor as soon as  opera- !
turns are commenced.    Work will ho- '
���~r- on the sewer first.
Work on  the Lulu island  bridge  Is
for the present held up by delays i_
the  shipment   of  the   machinery   for
the  operation of  the   swing.      It  is I
not,  however,   anticipated    that  the '
work  will be delayed for more than '
a day or two, and Engineer Fainbee |
expects to haw the bridge ready for
opening on October 1st.
On Saturday a young man riding In
'lm singe between Sapperton andl
Millside was thrown trom the rear
sp-.-it wiien the vehicle struck a large
stone, ami wns dragged for s<iini, distance, Bustalning painful though not I
serious Injury.
__
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster t
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
BOOTS and  SHOES
Chamber lin ?& Co.
WANTED, TO RENT.
WANTED��� TO RENT A COTTAGE
for man and wife, no children;
furnish,d or unfurnished, with
chicken house. Apply by letter to
this offlce.
,���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+++,
���      _-___. t
LaVery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
!
���
Snaps in Lots
2 LOTS,  DOUBLE CORNER���5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR
LINE; $225;  TERMS.
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET CAR   LINE���66x145  FEET;
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;   TERMS.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
Program changed Monday, wen-
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles nnd children (Saturdays at
2:30 p. m. j
i i-cuu.uiars appiy lo ���
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.  I
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THE MN FASHION SHOW.
We draw the curtain on an exhaustive exhibit of
Fashionable Millinery.
WE HAVE ASSEMBLED THE GREATEST STOCKS OF THE FINEST, MOST STYLISH, MOST FASCINATING MILLINERY DURING ALL
OUR YEARS OF RETAILING. THE STORE IS IN GALA ATTIRE AND
STOCKS ARE ATTRACTIVELY ARRANGED FOR YOUR VIEWING
YOUR PRESENCE TO THE LEADING STYLE FUNCTION OF THE
YEAR IS CORDIALLY REQUESTED. LET US AWAIT YOUR JUDGMENT.
TUESDAY IS THE DAY WE HOPE TO SEE YOU HERE. YOU
WILL BE EQUALLY WELCOME WHETHER YOU BUY OR MERELY
COME SIGHT SEEING. LET US DISCLOSE THE NEW FALL STYLES
TO  YOUR   VIEW. ~~"""
Tuesday,
September 14,1909
IN THE MILLINERY SECTION PREPARATIONS FOR AN ACTIVE
FALL SEASON ARE NOW RAPIDLY TAKING SHAPE, MANY EXTREMELY   SMART  AND   DASHING  MODELS  BEING  IN  EVIDENCE.
STYLES THAT WILL FIND HIGH FAVOR ARE THE LARGE
DRAPED VELVET AND BEAVER TURBANS, WHOSE INSPIRATION IS
THE HINDOO HEAD DRESS. THE LARGE HATS BETRAY THE IN-
FLUNCE OF THE LOUIS XVI. PERIOD; MARQUIS OR COLONIAL
HATS, MODELED ON BEAUTIFUL, EASY LINES, ARE ALSO ASSURED
CONSIDERABLE VOGUE. MANY OF THE NEWEST SHAPES IN
PRESSED HATS ARE DEVELOPED IN HATTER'S PLUSH WHICH
WILL   BE   MUCH   WORN,   ESPECIALLY IN  BLACK.
THE NEW HATS WILL SET WELL DOWN ON THE HEAD AND
OVER THE RIGHT EYE, PRODUCING AN EFFECT DECIDEDLY NEW,
RAKISH  AND  UNCONVENTIONAL.
THE COLORINGS COMPRISE RICH, DULL TONES, AMONG THEM
PASSIFLORE, OR PRUNE SHADE, AND CORBEAU BLUE, WHICH IS
THE BLUE-BLACK TINT OF THE CROW'S      WING. BOTTLE GREEN
AND SPHINX, THE LATTER A DARK     GREY OR  ALUMINUM     SHADE.
ARE  ALSO   VERY   NEW.
IN THE TRIMMINGS, OSTRICH PLUMES, BOTH NATURAL AND
WILLOW, STILL HOLD HIGH PLACE, WHILE BIRDS OF PARADISE,
AIGRETTE EFFECTS, FEATHER BANDS, BREASTS AND WINGS OF
MANY KINDS WILL BE USED EXTENSIVELY. AMONG THE FEATHER TRIMMINGS, THE MERCURY WING WILL BE A STRONG FAVORITE. OLD SILVER OR GOLD LACE���THE MORE TARNISHED,
THE MORE FASHIONABLE���WILL ALSO BE A FEATURE IN THE
NEW   SEASON'S   MATERIALS. j
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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