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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
W"w  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LORD SIKATHCONA
Full Program of Reception
_Public Luncheon at St.
George's Hall.
\
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LIFE   }
ASSURANCE .
WHITE, SHILES & CO. V
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85. f
SOCIAL EVIL QUESTION
TO COME INTO LIMELIGHT
NEW WESTMNBTBR, B- C, FRIDAY morN,N(;   SEPTEMBER I!. 1
909.
FIVE CKNTS PFU COPY.
JAPANESE FIGHT
WITH FATAL RESULT
rowd bad occupied
ind the C.
Citizens' Temperance League Asks for
M.eting   With   Police   Commis.
sioners for  Discussion.
An entail"8
_ ,,��� i.<iitin oi vantage aro
H    ii. lasi evening long before
..rival ol the train  with   lord
A letter   signed    by Q. B.
president and o. A.  Crandell,
tary,   of    tin.    citizens'    temperance
league,    lias    heen    sent    to  Mayor
Crosi
Been
Junichi Avo Dies From Shot
in the Stomach-Police in
Hot Pursuit.
GOVERNOR-GENERAL
WILL VISIT CITY
Plans to Come Here Next
Wednesday - Desires to
Meet Citizens.
Victoria,   Sept.   2..
irathfoiiu a
id party
from Westmin.
Mavor Kearj snd the president of
I, Board of Trade, J. A. Lee.
goys Acted as Escort.
-I , _,,,-_ ol honor bad been formed
Liiitl'i. o' aboul nn>' boyH fr<""
b Bamsbs C. L H. and th,
, ,r Royal i uipiars ol Temper
1 T|,B 0fflcei ol the former wer.
I-mt v H C. Abbott, Lieut, o. Blmp-
InanJ K��--v- '     '���   Houghton, and of
, latter Cai'   H. 0.  Wade, Lrfeuts.
V Orr and V MacKi nzie, and Rev.
_4eB. Owen
served Bpace lonm-d hy the
im ��_ kepi clear on the platform
ti iironiiiii'iH '-'"��� this Wl'r�� J- D.
trior, M. P-, Thomas Gifford, M.  P.
',.���..������.:. A lams and Gray, .). A.
liiiiiiiiL M. P., y Qotilet, Rev. A. K.
L_ A  Paige and C  H. S.  Wade, |
ol the board of trade.
Chief of Police Harris, of BtevBs.
Keary asking him to arrange with ton, and the provincial' police, are
lhe polios commissioners for B meet- looking for a Japanese aged about 3.
lng wiih reference to the social evil, wl"> la wanted In connection with a
The writers state that several cltl- tragedy which culminated yesterda-,
7.cns wish to lay their views befori afternoon in the d'-aili of one of his
the commissioners, and would like an fellow countrymen.
early meeting for that purpose. This man. Junichi Avo, had  b<-n
HI, worship win call a meeting <'i drinking with n,,, missing'companion
the commissioners, Aid. Smith and T   late  on   Wednesday   Bight,   and   from'citizens as possibl; at an informal ,e
j_   Annauiale.  to deal  with  the  mat- hot words the.   came to blows, fight- Iception.
ter at an early date. ini; _, fluel with guns.     Avo was shot I
  In  the gtomach and  taken Into Van
ATLANTIC CITY  BARS couver fo the General Hospital, where
DOGS FROM THE  BRINY   be died  ai  5:30 p.m.
An    ante-mortem    statement given
.ill remove pipes       STANDS RESOLUTE
ON COLOMBIA STREET,
ON UND TRANSFER
i
Preliminary  Work to  Laying  Down of i
Hass'am Paving to Be ! Council  Majority Holds to
Undertaken.
Th.  city  council   Is  endeavoring   to
arrange lor ih-  removal of all  nia.ns
from  beneath  Columbia street in or-1
Bpeclal.)���It   is (jer that  the  Hassam  paving, shortly!
Position    on    Coquitlam
Dam Proposal.
At  a  special   meeting    of  th,.  dty
tsarned  on absolutely  reliable author- to he laid, and which Is very difficult'council   held  yesterday   morning,  M.i
ity that  His Excellency the Governor, j1" OUt, may not have io .be disturb d
Gentral  and  Countess Grey  will  visit'1" ""! e,Tent ol  ll ,,rea><-
N__.    \A/,c*mi-ct.. ,., _       , Pursuing  this    policy,    the  council
New Westminster 0n Wednesday, yeste.day Instructed Aid. Bmitb an..
September 8 His Excellency will Engineer Blackman lo meet James
be  pleased  to   meet   as  many  of  the  Cunningham of the New Westminster
Gas  Company    and    endeavor  to  ar-
yor Keary rend a telegram from W.
W. Cory, deputy minister of the ln-
terior, with espect to the Coquitlam
dam project of the Vancouver Power
Co. Thi- telegram read as follows:
Telegram   From   Ottawa.
"Referring to order in council dated
range for tlie  removal of tiie  pr. sent   May 9, 190_, under  which it  was pro-
lll'llll. IKllln.. _ 1 a .1 1 ..., I    i.. ,.*.._..  ., **     sr
posed io sell to your cty a certain
Gin  Prevents Suicide,
l.os  Angeles,  CaL,    Sept.  ���>.���Leon
Llebard,  who says he was for years
,  , . an Instructor in languages at the Unl-
Atlantic  City,   N.l.   Sept   *���Puga  the authorities by tbe dying Nippon- versify of Chicago, attempted to sui-
and poodles and all other four-fc. Hed ese furnishes a fair description of the elds   lasi   night  a'' San   Pedro.      To
animals are outlawed from the beach,  missing man. which has been widefy nerve himself    for    the    ordeal   he
Mavor   Sloy
ordlnanc
.mains   under   Columbia   street
! point   under   Uu..  edge    of    th
to
Side
walks.
IRATE  FARMER   ARRESTS
TWO PLAIN  CLOTHES MEN
tract of land round Coquitlam lake
for the protection of your win, r supply, this department now considering
application from the Vancouver Power Co., to acquire title to sucn pans
,,     ...        ��� ���,, ,, as   may  be  Hooded   by  the  operation
Hamilton, Sept. 2.���Constables Hoi- by  the Jam.     This department hi,*
today  Signed   tbe   new   circulated   and   Hi,,   apprehension   of'drank a quart of gin and became so ���     ,,ani1 ^"^pie, two new appointees  received  sufficient  assurance thai   uy
which  provide., when  thev; ih,. man wh��� fired the shot is regard- drunk  he could no,  tumble Into the f?_.���.a)�����rLlh_!_%,W) _"',",        houd :u'u    oU��rwiie    said  company
.I���. . .u.  _.._u._      .  noiicemon I1"8 Piain-ciotne8 dutj, wre nnd up wlu be ti,JMI1_ lo preserve the puruy
a  policeman at the [K)ini of a reVolver yesterday 0f
may appear tor then- airing or bath ed  as certain.     The  missing Jap _ [waters of the harbor.
in the surf. believed to be in Vancouver, and the found him with his head hanging over
The law says:  "It shall be unlawful police   are  searching   for   him   there,  a   bulkhead.       Llebard   said   he   befor any dog to be in the water of the assisted   by  a countryman   who was came despondent because his wife d.
Atlainic ocean within the hours of 10 pi-Bent when the fatal shot was fired, jclined lo let him live on h. r ranch,
a. am and  4  p.  m.    Th.   penalty is a [
fln_.'-
Cordial  Welcome. 1
,   ���..,_.,    ,u���.   _.    I    Dogs   under   other   ordinances   are
i. pulled in there was j bar<fd   frni_   ,hp   ^ardwiHk   unless
held in leash.   The new law was pa
ed because of the numerous animals
breaker-   with   the
It. mom. nts' delay before the
it; came out, -Mayor Keary leading
lem_a.i man to the pla.-    ,, h gh u,
in.   He ������       . patently tired, a.id [batller8
There has been some protest among
dog owners, but the mayor Insisted
that the law Is necessary and will ibe
WESTMINSTER GIHL
MYSTERIOUSLY VANISHES
|t: rilling io v.  .' lew words io the
(raiting crowd   who   warmly  cheered
His worship briefly Introduced
lord Strathcona  as one  who  always, ,.,,..,.,.,i
Kit a great Interest In the city aad  r,gmly cn'"r'"1
listnti.
Ijywd Strathcona, who spoke hoarsely iroui .i i Old as lie hiinseli ex-
I'lalned,  said   l.e    was very glad to
. among them.      Ile had hoped  to
.present at the Centennary celebi-a-'
|ion la.{ year.    v. he met witn a lit- ���
inUhap and the doctors would not I
He   was  very  angry '
Kli them, and with hlmsell  in i .-
sequence,    it was gratifying lo see
Vai all, and he wished to thank the,
payor who had been so kind to h in.
uu wbo bad :������ en for some time in
wrreepondeiii,.  with   mui  about  this;
COOKING CLASSES
MAY BE INTRODUCED
No  Trace Can   Be  Found  of  Beatrice,
Little  Daughter of Joseph Bath,
of  This  City.
An attraction for Scottish Day at
the provincial exhibition will be ihe
singing of Miss Lena Duthie. of Aber-
Local   Council   of   Women
H. aimof fell that 1. knew them,
fail would ii- pl ased to make  their
tqulniaiite:, on the morrow,    Hav-      .__,       ,_ _���
(.Hanked tbem  all   again   tor  the      A,,xl0Us   �� *'"
ptsta., he     took   ihe  occasion   io   cooking     classes
111. nanus with tne p -p is, who had
Little   Beatrice   Bath,    daughter   of
Joseph Hath, of the New WestmlnBter
Creamery,   is   lost  on  Vancouver   island,  and   her   parents   are   in   greai  deensbir., Scotland.      Miss Duth'e is
distress   over     her     disappearance.. a  Scotch  singer  of  some  note,  and
Beatrice is fourteen years of ag*?, and was  engaged  to come   west   for the
som,.  two months ago went wiih her  Alaska-Yukon-Pacilic      exposition     at
moth. r  to  live on Fishguard  street,j|Seattle, where she is now entertain-
, .   ,       i   Victoria.    for    th<-    Bummer.      Last ;_ng in connection with the band con-
beeKS    tO    Interest   bchOOl i��f<'k ber mother suddenly missed the 'certs.      Rev. A. E. Vert, district dep-
Ichild and since that time all the ef. uty grand chief of the Sons of Scot-
forts of the police to locate her haveiapd, has been conducting negotla-
been unavailing. Mr. Bath has gone tions vith Miss Duthie ior some time,
to Victoria to assist in the Search.     |3nd    yesterday     arrangements   were
'concluded iby which  this talented en-
OBSTRUCTION   UNAVOIDABLE.     ��� tertaim>r  will  come  to the  city,  and
���  assist her countrymen  to make Scot-
But   B   C.  E.   R.   Flat  Cars  Will   Not'tjsn   pav   tile  nl0st  attractive  at the
Remain  on   Front   Street   Long 'exhibition.
Boerd in Project.
tin
.   .    ,, -   u'e water of Coquitlam lake and
by C. \. Morgan, son of the city coal mountain, the city water supply and
buyer, while they were In his orchard offer all necessary facilities to the
'looking for fruit thieves. Morgan had city in connection w.th the wa.er
just arrested a youth and tnouglu works. u- V(JU|. C0Ullcll ha. an ob.
the Officers wer going to try and fr-e pections to offer please wire fully
^lm. He refused to believe their without delay.
statement about being policemen until i '   ..\y   w  qory"
Ithe driver of the patrol wagon, upon Deputy Minister ot Interior.
hearing  that   thev   had   been   held  up I u,,  .     ���  _,,     ���.
j,    , ,, .    .,   i.  I Wants   Publ c   Discussion.
supposedly by a burglar, went to their
I rescue  with "a  revolver.     A   few     ex-!     Aid.   Fader    said   that    he   was   ID.
  planatlona sufficed to satisfy all.   An  favor of letting the people decide the
hou,- later Gillespie  was sent  to the, wll0'e    matter.       Then    the  councl
Will   Known   Vocalist   of   Auld   Land city jail with some prisoners and one  would not lay itself open to criticism.
jof "the turnkeys took him for one of He suggested that a reply he sent
them and came near putting him iu a Stating that the council would take a.
ceil, | vou. of the city before deciding.
  Xayoi  Keary replied that the coun-
icil had .'lreauy decided not to giant
the request, and that the vote would,
therefore, ibe useless.
Aid. Adams thought that the only
answer to return was that the council
had   voted   against   the   project.
Some doubt was expressed by the
aldermen  as  to  whether the  govern-
  'ment would be satished with a blunt
'negative answer or whether it would
Big* Weir Liner Loading at m,r ,)e advisable to enter into the
�� reasons.
Aid. Johnston  remarked  that  there
SCOTTISH SINGER WILL
COME TO EXHIBITION
Will   Be   Heard  on   Scotchmen's
Day.
Introduction of
on     the  exhibition
grounds under   the    management tl
��� pla i   ire il.'arrival of the tne  school  board  on  similar  lines  ta
Sum,   .,i  the   people  on   ttle ,he Manual Tra ning school for hoys
Morai wen   introdui d to him, and
���-.reviewed   the  boys'   brigades,
lordship    withdrew   to    his  car,
here he spi a   the night.
Plans for Today.
At..4_ this morning the piper, will
serenade outsld       th      private   cars.
IM following this  Mayor Keary  and g^nce    and   would     suggest   demon-  have the cars there for a short  time
"'-' :."  :"',:     'mmlttee   will   escort stl.;ltj0ns at ,he fair. jin order to settle the track and make
MM Strathcona ,,ud party by way Of       .\u   the   trustees   won-   present   ex-  it safe for earlv traffic
;.,l.Mr' l��e     market,   Royal cep,     ,,.   c      Loree.       Owing     to  the
wiiim.i,,:, .1IU, queens park crowding of the Primary room at the
��":�� the  party   wd]   reach   Al- ]xml Kt,lvin BChool, it was decided to
__��i?Kel"   R'Ue_e " rousln8 recv4>' meet   Principal   Canfield  in   the   mat-
chL.     , Y"" hiH lunUllil' b-v Ule ter on Tuesday. "vi'v
me*,. .���   \"''   Weetminster massed      ...n ofrer from J.  M.  Price. Of the
���������Ymi ''  m0aument,   wH.<Jh novg.  Centrai  staff,  to  Bel]  some ap-
aearly  a year  ago. partetus  to the  High School, was  left
'Land Of the Maple _.,���, Trustee Peck to consult with iS.
Bung  and   then   eighty R   McMillan,   science   master   at   tne
strike   up   wim at ,he Hlgh School.
a  number of ccmplaiuts  had   neon
a  deputation   from   the   local   Council 1 recivd  by  the board of works   stated
of  Women     waile.l    on   the  trustees Aid.   Henley     al     a    special   council
laut   evening,   and   it   was  decided   to  meeting     yesterday,     regarding     th.
hear them at a special meeting to be ; blocking of From   stre-t  to some ex-
held on    Tuesday    at  5 p.m. in the tent    y B. C. E. R. flat cars Npw Ynrk   ^
boardroom.     The ladies rightly wish I     He   reported   having   taken   up   the      -      t    .eagt    ''
the girls to  take  an  inierest in  the  matter with the company, which WL^ Into Riverside park to w.tnes
most  Important   feature   of  domestic informed him that it was necessary to |^   _r.>at  lnternattona, nava)  parade sugar  from  th
PARK   TO   BE   SACRIFICE
TO  SIGHT.SEEING  MOB
-In anticipation
STEAMER CENTURY
ARRIVES IN PORT
the Fraser River Mills Fo;-
Australia.
was .iuuie doubi as to whether the
public desired lhe work to be done or
not. He uudirstood that there were
some citizens who desired a publ-c
meeting to discuss the matter. He
The   big  Weir  liner  Oentury  came  would if such a course were pOSBii.l.,
up  the Fraser    rlvei-    yesterday  and favor a  plebiscite  to obtain the lei -
tied up at  the Fraser River Mills to  ing of the public.
load lumber for Australian  ports. Dam Too   High.
The Century is a large steel vessel!    The  _.ly01.  remal-ked  that the Cl.y
of 2800 tons register, and commanded  nad agked for th_ raj8t_g 0f the d;  .t
by Capt. Downie.      She was the flrst  in the flrB(. place.      He was remind   I
of  the   Australian   Mail  line  to  call  uy   A]d   Johnston     that  the  coun   .
at this port inaugurating tlte '"eguliir  ua(1 on|y  reCommend/>4 the report uf
Engineer  J,  F.   LeBaron, which   h. 1
4.(iiifl.n0n  persons will  service now  being maintained.      The
Century   brought     the   first   cargo   of
be
Funeral of Mrs. Warwick
The  funeral  of    Mrs.  Charle.
wick  will  Pave  the  residence of  h ir
F.ji Islands for
during the Hudson-Fulton celebration. JB. C. Sugar Refinery on False Creek,
the liolice department has arranged! After spending a day at Union to
ito assign at least 4000 policemen to'receive her supply of coal the Weir
thai park in an effort io protect trees'liner was brought up the river by
,v [and shrubs from destruction. Park I Capt. Wooster, lhe port pilot. Tbe
' ' Commissioner  Smith    has    no  doubt ! works   carried  out  by   the   Dominion
stated that the dam should not ~.
made   higher than   twenty-five  feet.
Aid. Smith stated that he could uol
support the construction of a dam o.
seventy-five feet in height.
Aid. Johnston recalled the astonishment of the aldermen when the announcement of the height of the pro-
A ferae ol thi
pal" wi
prd)  pip,        ffilj
Mrs. W. .lohnston   this alter-
that   all  of    the    magnificent   lawns. !government, he found, had been emi-  .)OSed dam was first sprung on them
which are mo
n....i,   r " ""    f. ���  <���   Paul. Reformed I"""" Ble ���BtXy on S,l'ep Sl��peS' Wi"  nt'ntly B,lccefssful t"d a good channel Vancouver Power Co. official at
Sc-pal chuS   where Uie _e����� *��� destroyed.    ,but he is desirous of (now exists from the gulf to the port J    ,ake ,���.     Henley    remarked
'"        ! "      Revs    Dr .Protecting the thousands of trees and  of Xew Westmlster
"  shrubs from which anxious sightseers
will  be  conducted  by  th
Reid and A  de B. Owen.      . ,,e ����.- . lin     ,        , vantage,
ment  will he in the family grave at |   '^^ents h^ve i^en  made  (or
the complete resodding of the entire
The Inter-
at
K.
(Continued on  Page Four).
[CHAFFEUR  REFUSED^"
TO   AID   KIDNAPPING
Tomato, Si ni   ���__a
|ln abiliii
REFUSE  TO   SANCTION
CHILDREN  IN  FACTORIES
th.- Odd Fellows' cemetery. W
Fales Imi charge of the funeral
rangements.
ar-
park after the oelebration.
TO   EXAMINE   LIGHTING.
City   Electrician   Bowler  Will   Go
Seattle.
no
Toronto,  Sept.  2���Acting under  instructions    from   the    Provincial    De-
vel attempt partment  of   Factory   Inspectors  t'1"
�� a ss-year-old child through ohliaren   uoder   the  age  of  fourteen
bv t :   B   taxicab   was   foiled
-lyearB  were  yesterday  removed    from
i  v,,,'        "  Al x   ountltr, the their employment ln Ontario factories.
,lu   ;" ���        bud himself io the     .-n,t,  pr0blem of  watching  factor-
'    of   night,   C.   B.   leg throughout  Ontario d'flng the vii-   Hitchcock
balesman, t.,ui(in   period  of  school   children
din. of tiie beaviesi  tasks of the D
U. S. PD3T0FFIGE HAS       FUNERAL FIRES BLAZE
$211,000,000 DEFICIT     IN STLKIEN HONTEHEY
i   taxi
ere  His   win .
divorced   two
with  the r little
..  un i
llllillilVll
'ceededin
;""' Al"'       11    seized  ia,
Si     ' '   '     dcab
. '     ' cnamed to   a lodg.
��'   West, lor ai.,.    A,
iv helped  Haa...
the _____        "l"1'1 *��><> Hie vehicle
YA . ""-   Ih""   ���fused   to  drive
"   ,"'  '"���;'��������� are looking for both
i January    Hamilton    ab-
u vaad took him to St.
s,l��lt'ilH   in i",    ,sllv fDlk,wea  ana
'I H.I back t0 Toronto. Both
Toronto        man   were  tor��>erly
Confers    With
President   Ten  Thousand Corpses   Lie   Rotting in   see  the  exposition
Taft  As to Cutting  Down
Expenses.
Mass..   Sept.
-I'osuiiiis-
partiitdit's   oilii-'-i- ."   Phlef   l ispec or
Uurke said this morning.
"Man) employers have the Idea thai
the summer vacation may be freely
taken advante.a of whether children     never.:
are above or below the standard of  t.-rGeneral ll .check had an Impoi
fourteen yi ars
lispectors'  fr.gquenl   visits  and   their
prompl   action  in all cases   of   law-
the   Sun   on   th;   Banks  of  the
River.
the lake. Aid- Henley
1 that on the same occasion he had
climbed to the proposed level of the
! new dam and had been Impressed by
| the area of the land that would _e
to  flooded.
Aid. Johnston believed that an ami-
' cable solution of the whole question
City Electrician P. Bowler has been | mlght ue obtained from a meeting
granted leave of rbsence from the 0f representatives of the city and
city, and will be sent to Seattle and j lhe power company,
other points south of the line In con- lt was moved by Aid. Adams, sec-
nection with matters affecting the 'onded by Aid. Smith and carried,
electric lighting of the city. Mr. ; lllat a rgpiy be wired to Otiawa to-
Bowler will drop ln at tlle Paystreak i tj,e efft.ct that the city council by a
while  In   the  Sound  metropolis,  and majority    vote  had    decided  uot to
'grant   permission   to   the   Vancouver
a lad of the same age.      Harper was
Sun Antonio, Texas, Sept. 2.���Giant  holding a 22-calibre rlflle between his
funeral   pyreg  are   burning   unlay    at j knees,  when  he  explained one of his
Power Co., to build a 75-foot dam oir
Youth   Kills  His  Playmate. Coqiiitltm   lake   or   any  Infringement
Lbs  Angeles, Sept.  2.���Arthur Big- of the city's title to land around Co-
let, aged 11   was shot and killed last   quitlam lake,
night by a playmate, William Harper.
La.   Da.ngles 3000 Feet in Air
Syracuse, Ind., Sept. 2. -When William Simmons, of Adrian, Mich., made
Monterey,  Mexico,  where the govern-Megs "  went to sleep" and in moving j a balloon ascension here yesterday at
lhe discipline of the  tant  conference with President   tatt ment.g onler tJiat ,he  fiood  victims u about he threw    his foot on the the Harvest   jubilee,   a boy named
yesterday regarding the plans he had jue cremated is being carried out. This : trigger of   the   weapon.      The 'bullet   Quinter Neef became entangled lu_he
men
, cted th
Louis.
breaking  wil,  next eummer^have t��ff��STW5_I
formulated tor cutting down expense
results In a general riddance of illegal child labor. Complaints from parents constanty reach us that i�� order
to   cloths   the   youngsters   to   school
establishment.
11.
order   was   deemed     imperative     be-
|cause hundreds of  bodies of tlie vic-
tlie vacation   must   be used  fo,- earn- , vi      knew
Of  lng money.    The  law  takes quite     < .   ...     .,_���
told the President Hint th,. postofflce :tlms were decomposing on the streets.
department will show a deficit tor Only li>00 victims have been buried
the fiscal year ended June 30 last of  up to daie, while the complete death
mon.-   than     $20,000,000,      '      ' :��    '   ' " "-        >a
the   largest  list is today estimated at over 10,000
different view.
UnfaithfuTHusbctndsA
Mr. Hitchcock
Informed the President ihat it was
his purpose to show a material decrease In the amount every year that
he   had   control   of    the   department-
Hundreds of bodies left by ��.he flood
have 'been found on the lagoons below
the city.
When decomposition  sets ln, hundreds of people became Ul, and when
entered   Blgler's    head    and  he   fell  ropes and was carried up 3000 feet,
dead. 1 He was unhurt.
re
IThe  Increase  of  deficit    was due  In ft was found that the city authorities
I nan  to the extension of the service,   would lie unable to dispose of all the
' ���_____- ...       1_    _        ll... 1 11���    . !___        laaaaallll ll ���>..._ i ae_. .��, A A 1 ���_ .   ._ 1   _
to the business depression during the
Plentiful in Montreal* ���   >   tr nl .
Mont
real,
: cumbersome   and   expensive  methods
lof handling the mall.
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^5'," *�� '.-��-e,- lh. _,.    ___���"?{.   _._��_'".���� '%S _���� ZkfZSLf* �������
��� i  in,..-. , i.....    ll"1,h-     'h<>   inoih. i s   a.vuisu ^ ordw experts.     The rural free de-
i-st.m will come next.     The
wld
a day passes
fr"m w;;;;;,..1 a ��� ^^
riHl f the
lY ^
^.children
ii that th, IT 0',!""la"1,s ! right to my heart, and I only hope ey order e
i.:irlt'a.,tel! d>" t,le '"human l���.sba_d will be brought l.very s y-t
f'cleni   m^n_.��rtM._le.e_ before me." .     '  YlAllAL
^I:i    i'.'.
'"""il In deal slerii
WC-..* *"����
the "franking" privilege by
,   ti ,��� i���,     real-  government officials and congressmen
y  when Henri  Rousina.    ��"   *- ,    f     consideration.
, estate agent,   failed   to  ��''"l'> .*      . '^t,. custom   has   grown in recent
y    ��me '^.-'tidge's -equest that.he o��M�����(     a��� of sending out   many govern-
'   ut documents as "registered mall
responsible for
to his  wife's  support.  Judge
*'"'!' a ,.      !:" Elated an incidmt       "'"    ,    R,_up .7 '     ,   ���   TwIH"  ment documents as "re
.   in   u< i   |��� pay  oyei. (o tjie prjsoners ^ '��*���-     ilVB      '
liodles by burial, it was immediately
decided to cremate those remaining.
This Ib being done, and it is believed
that within the next few days all the
remains of the victims will have been
disposed of. Americans who formerly
lived at Monterey ar. flocking to this
city by the score. Th-.y declare that
the damage done by the flood has
been underestimated. Hundreds of
people who have not been Included in
the death list are among the missing
and It ls almost certain that they met
death In the flood. Some of the Americans who have arrived here placed
the total list of casualtts as high as
15,000. Thousands of people are homeless, but the work '--caring for these
is well organized, and th? suffering
000,000 ln the ] Is less acute than lt has been at any
time since  the  flood  began.
Churches Must Shut Down
on Account of Epidemic
Hamilton,   Sept.  2���There  was    a (tOr  came  alcug  ahd   dispersed    the
warm  time  at the  meeting of    the ! gathering.
__..,,....., m        _i   I    Rev  C. S. Applegath explained the
Board of Health of Barton Township Kg^ and  8ta^dBthat ne  had  had
last night.   Owing to a. epidemic of | no 0fflciai notification.   It was decld-
scarlet fever at Crown Point an order  ed  that  no action   should be  taken,
was issued to the effect that no churc,1 but that the churcheB should remaln
services   should   be   held   there   last I clo9*d "ext Sunday"
Sunday.   The meeting last night was ^~~~
held  to consider what  action should:********** ^
ibe taken against the pastqr and offl-. ^ Yesterday's Baseball. ���
clals of the Methodist church who It *   ���
is alleged disobeyed the order. ;���   Tacoma     ��   ���
There  waa some talk of prosecut-j*   Vancouver     1   *
lug  but   it   was   explained   that   the i ^   Aberdeen     0   ���
pastor and officials only attended to  +   Seattle    8   ���
notify   the   people   that   no    service: ���   ���
would be held.    So many came, how- \ _   f?0**"*     !   1
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
If a man had gold dollar, to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purcha__   from
thing of the value you offer them i��� return for their money.      Too many of us have got th. habit of thinking that because we have been a long tim.  in  business everyone must of n ce.slty   know   all   JI "nd
wares.      Use the  advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the tim...
aortu.
out us  Jnd
WANTED��� FOCR OR FIVE ROOM
cottage furnished, near Lord Kel
vln school. Apply 724 Princess
street.
SLANTED���YOUNO    MAN    WANTS
first-class room an 1 board. Must
be central State terms. Apply
W.   P.,  Dally  News.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HO.-1-,
with bath, J12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
WANTED���TO
nished house,
fice.
RENT,      A      El'R-
Apply at News Or
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
WANTED���A FEW VACANT LOTS
In city; give price, terms and legal
description- Peers    &    Ramsay,
New Westminster. 19...
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���1 AM PRE-
pared io advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purpoBvs. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan. P. O., New Westminster.
WANTED ��� NIGHT WATCHMAN.
Walsh Sash & Door Factory, foot
or  Third  avenue.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED ROOM
with private bath; permanem. Apply by letter, Olio Thirteenth street.
201-2.
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
hoys In the B. C, Cigar Factory a'
ence.
FOR   SALE.
66-FOOT IX)TS AT EDMONDS, $150
each, close to Vancouver and city-
car lines; $25 cash, balance Jl"
monthly. Walker Bros., P. O.
Box lis:;.      New Westminster. 1.&-G
LOST.
LOST���POCKET BOOK ON RAIL
way track probably between Third
and Fourth avenues, about 12
o'clock, 2nd inst. Reward on return to B. C. E. R. office.
LOST���NEAR MIDDLE GATE OF
Queen's Park, lady's gold open-faced
watch, stem wind. Return to F.
P. Maxwell, 702 Fourth avenue.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
irf-arls, a large ruby In the centre.
One pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally  News office.
LOST���LADY'S GOLD RING, 10k.
with emerald set in hack. Finder
please return to this office and receive rew-ard.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suDiirban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hal] Safe Co. Office: Room 7, Ham.
bly block, P. O. box 795.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work  guaranteed.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called j
for and delivered.
_i
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECi'RIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
W.   N.   DRAPER.   11    C.   LAND  SUR -j WHITESIDE  &  EDMONDS,  BARRIS-
t_rs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmcsids.
���veyor.      Ellard  block, New    Westminster,  B.  C.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING  UP    250    FOR
smart   turnout     Th.
bles.
HACKS   ANU
Fashion   Sta
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
'WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C. A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Harris-
ters. etc., 42 Lome Btreet, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 113). and the Vancouver of
fice Is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers. 408 Hastings Street  west.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia  street.   New  Westminster.
STENOGRAPHY & Typ-^
FREEMAN     lit \ii\-.      ���
Gulchon block.     P  o n-_  .M  ''I
Box 694.
CUSTOM       -TENOGRAPMv~~7a  .
Typewriting; cop, AAA, A*D
letters, etc. I ���v,|I1(e k'JU!lM��
lumbla street.     lv, ' yffic*- C*
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Oulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
W. MYERS CRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, op|ioslte 'be
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE, 70' ��n__
���hla    street       ..riei___ C0lu _
ous attractions      Prom,.  .
Monday,  We.:.   Jftfijj*
THE EDISON I _m~__I_J
Columbia and lYAhSh4
moving pictur- (|just..-.ei lZf
Program change _o__ar._M_a
day and Friday.        ^^ ���
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
PACIFIC  REALTY CO.  (McADAM & |
Irwin),  phone 308.    P.  O.  Box 874.]
Real estate and insurance.     Money
to loan, 744 Ooktmbla Btreet.
ARCHITECTS.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
W.   D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Guichon  Block.    Telephone 338.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie s-reets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PAPER   HANGING  S.  DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin. Mus. Bac, city. A line
will  bring him.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stoi _
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job priming. Midget loose
leaf ledg.-rs; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally   News  Block,  Sixth street.
TAILORS,
CALVIN, LADIES \M> MKN3 TAlI
hiring. A new line of fai; suit
ing jusi in. Butu _ making, p. u
ing and repairing R<n_ . ___|
block. Entrance 625 Columbia n
and 264 Clarkson sl.   Phom I.  ���
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWUKMXl
Co., bank, office and store fittings,
cabinet,   smir. ���'vases, mantel
and detail work.    Ile-slgns and esl
mates  furnished,    J   Brook.
prletor.      Work .   Corner ElennU
and car line.     I' 0. boi UJi. _m|
473.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   AND
and   all   kLids
hand goods,
offlce.
SELL FURNITURE
of new and second
A Speck, near Tram
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the publl
through the columns of THE DAIL|
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEWS|
Say, Stranger!
Don't th;se cool evenings remind you that Fall will soon be upon us?
We would like to have a personal interview with you In regard to
your Pall suit Or overcoat We havj all that is NEW in both tailor
made and ready to wear garments, and our prices are just a little
bit better than any of thi other fellows.
A call  is solicited.
H. ROBERTSON, Manager,
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal    Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
for Ladi. s from $12/5
Watches,    gents'    open  face
gents'  open
Gold Wateje
up.
Silver
J6.00.    j 	
Silver  Watches,   gents'  open    case,
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Twn   doors   trom   Geo. Adams, Grocer
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van
jouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le  daily  except  Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver l
.m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE,
TYPES Of VESSELS
EOR CANADA'S NAVY
Second-Class Cruisers Are
Powerful Machines of
Warfare.
Montreal, Sept. 2��� The "Bristol"
type of cruiser which appears to be
that which is lo be adopted for the
Canadian navy, |_ a class of which
very good results ar- expected, high
Speed with heavily armoured decks
being  among  the  features.
Of the third-class cruisers wh ch
are to be loaned to Canada while her
tiwn v-ssels are being constructed,
the Boadlcea is a representative. She
was launcned last year at Pembrok.
Her displacement Is 3300 tons; length
between perpendiculars 385 fdY
beam 41 feet; draught 13 feet 6 ln.
Her Indicated horse power is 18,000
and drives this inimeijse mass of
metal through the water at the rate
of twenty-five knots an hour, or as
fast as the average railway's running
time. Her main armament consists
of six 4-inch  guns.
Another third -class cruiser of a
similar type, the Bellom was launched at Pembroke last March, displacement 3,360 tons.
The "Bristol" Class.
Thr second class cru:sers of the
Bristol type which are to be the Canadian class are considerably larger
than the Boadlcea; contracts for the
Bristol were placed this year with
Messds. John Brown & Co., for the
Liverpool, with Messrs Beardmore,
and for the Newcastle with Messrs.
Arm strong.
Speed of 25 Knots.
The displacement or this formidable .
fighting machine is 4,800 tons, lengih |
430 feet; beam 47 feet; mean draft
15 1-4 feet. The Indicated horse power
is 22.000 and the speed 25 knots. The
decks are heavily armoured and the
guns  mounted  In casemates.
The engines nsed are turbines of
the Parsons typ In most of them, although the Gloucester has Curtis tur-
I bines. In most cases the machinery
lis furnished by the builders, but in
the case of tbe Newcastle, the engines
are supplied by the Wallsend Engineering company.
The  Cruiser Battleships.
The  cruiser  battleships  at   present
building   for  the   British   and   foreign
navies are too large and costly to be
I distributed  about   the   world   for  the
Iprot'-etlon of commerce.    The  Times
In a leading article on    the    subject
says:    "The   more   cruisers   that   we
build that are fit to lie In a line, the
I more   essential  lt   Is  that   our  ships
which   are   our  cruisers   and   nothing
else   should     be    maintained     at   a
|strength  sufficient to secure  that  effective   and   dispersive   command   of
ithe lea, which lt is their special function  to establish and mainialn  inviolate."
Having regard to a statem-nt made
by the First Lord of the Admiralty
that   the   Bristol   class   will     possess
good   seagoing  qualities,  the  cruisers
laid down in 1909 and  those on the
1909-10 program, and which have been
adopted for Canada, may satisfy the
requirement laid down by the Times.
The name cruiser indicates vessels
built   primarily  for  speed,  and   were
used  for scouting, for the  protection
of convoys, etc-   Now they are being
armored a-d so protected   that  they
can be also used In the line of battle.
Indeed since the beginning of hie 20th
century,  there  Is  a tendency   among
naval architects to depose the battleship in favor of the armoured cruiser,
and to trust  less and  less  to  slower
craft   no   matter  how heavily  armed
and armoured.
The condition of the old bridge ts
not considered Bafe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautlon-d against haullsg loads of
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do eo after
this notice must take all t__ risks ou
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westsalnster, July
23rd, 1909.
We want
Unimproved Acreage in
Burnaby for Clients
WALKER BROS.
P. O.  Box 983.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVERNANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leav_ Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9,
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
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CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 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 Jl and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
TottV. Assets over $168,000,000.00.
WE'." WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
B.C.  COAST  MAIL   SERVICE.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
For reservations and Information
call Or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Paes. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent victoria.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with
In the railway belt in British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person wno is the sole head 01 a family
or any male over 1_ years of age, io
the extent of one-quarter section ol
1UU acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally ai
the local land office for the district
ln which the land is Situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, b_ made on
certain conditions by the taiher,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father ls decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm In the vicinity ol
the land'entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-on.'
years at an annual rental of $1 pei
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
Bhall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate oi
flve cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement wlll not be paw
for.
S. S. TRANSFEf
The steamer Transfei will Wl
Brackman-Ker wharl ever; week
afternoon, except Saturday, a: 3 ps
for Ladner. Steveston nnd waj pom
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to Nn
Westminster Saturdaj evening
Returning,   leavoi    Sti ���        ��� *
week day morning   es   pi Friday,
Additional    trip    M i; my   m -mlt
leaving New Westmlnstei nt ��a.m.
This  schedule    b . .-it    to chanj_
without  notice.
For freight and passenger rale! Wj
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manage'
m
Canadian Pacifk|
Railway Co,
LABOR DAY EXCURSION RATE8J
���Fnre and a third round trip tlcW"l
on   sale   September  3,   September  _
s.-rvlSl
good for return to September 1S-
Double     transcontinental _
daily,  with  Pullman tourist and wn
lng cars. I
Atlantic  Express  leaves at S-w   I
m. ^^_    .   _.
Eastern   Express  leaves at i P��_
St. Paul train leaves at 2:u'o
Cheap excursion September 9.
For full particulars, apply to
C. B. FOSTER. K- 0��W��J'.
er.     C.P.& Al _
O. P. A., Vancouv
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIR
BANKS. Daily trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter lervlce.
For Information apply t0
J. II. ROGERS, Tr.ifnc M inager.
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pioneer Limited,"    St.  Paul to
Chicago, "Short  Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains ln   the service  on    any
railroad   In  the  world that  equal   In
equipment that  of the  Chicago, Milwaukee &  St.  Paul Railway.      They
.wn  and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence    ot
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Ald��r. Portland. Or
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap"*
as good
Is Answered
sior' ?___
tock ol a *
kinds 1"
IT PAYS TO ADVERTI8E
���IN���
THE      DAILY NEWS
by directing you to
you can see the largest sb
and second-hand goods of al
tte city. cpnarat1" I
I have a splendid Cream ^       [
or sale, nearly new. vou
Come and see how much W"^
ean get for your   money nore
elsewhere. .... ty|.
Repairing of guns, umbreM* ^
vrlters, and light automatic
ry and bicycles a specialty,
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STOWf
Jolumbla St.      "Man on H* "
Westminster
Transfer Co.
bifflce 'Phone IBS-     ^nrn   P��"
Columbia Street ^
Baggage   delivered   prom*'
any part of the olt��
Ught and Heavy Ha*
6  OFFICE-TRAM DEP^ FRlDAV.
60   VEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
'mm pacific
fB,i;,Coast^Sailings
.       'FROM VANCOUVER.
fc*-::.-������ ��� --
l ..  Saturday
K_ prince b"'"11
lnp.il> and   second
|��^ Tues-
J ...urday
t&*��  D��     - 2 pm" _, 	
1        M  NEVv   WESTMINSTER.
C-r;    ^��^wuA Trunk Ry
f^rt    Y      it 7 a-m. on1
IKTiIbSu.   ma Saturday.
THE DAILY NEWB
PAGE THRim
Trade Marks
Demons
.... COPYRIGHTS AC
AnT.nntonillns a nkplrh nnd Sssorlptton may
illicitly uncertain onr f.pminn free wnotliar _n
Invention u probftl.lv i.iLtfci.iiii.I'��.   Cnf-inuntftfe
Uoi����i_0_f _a_a.ntl_. HANDllOOK on l-amu
���i.nt f n.H. Ol'lcat nr  '  fur ��t".iriiiF pmeitla..
|-,,ia-r iaa taken tbroogta Mul.ri & O,. receive
sprcial n.'fl"., * H I...UI -Large, lu tbe
Scientific Hmericati.
A hHiHi.t.mBiy tOuftnted _.;i_.;y. ungMt cir-
culaintn ')f any . .i��_iiiili. journal. Turn, . for
CaijjKi.'i.. *i.7o * y*����r. puttagfl prvpsld.   Sold b>
MlilU Co ����������, New York
Hrfciich Ufflr*. (Ht K _t_ W_tl.iiu.-t ��,. Ti. _.
ED in'i Ll T   Ag at,
Ne* Westminster.
C   P.   Foster,
Asst Gen   Pa I    ^"n\
��� liver,  B.  C
:Roya! Bankof Canada
(incon  rated 1869)
i       ���    r ���n I 4700.000
Lt,i Pi'd up ���      * B 400 000
P .��.. ".'...55.000.000
L.j Assets
and out Ol   t
>wu  accounts  soil-
[savin
GS BANK   DEPARTMENT
|ti.'_a:i'i - '"���" '     K.v. hang,, and
,:  "   c    |U ��� bought and sold
Ike
l.v. !
��� 0ected.
Excellent Train Service Betwee
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MALI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NKW VORK ana
PHILADELPHIA, [via Niagara Falls.
For Tim�� Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VA-X.
Assistant Cen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
-   it   C.   Branch,
F. SHUTE, Manager.
Sent#0n Approval
To Rk.s.'onsitu.k Pk<U'M5   '4 8v6"J
Laughlin ��
FOUNTAIN PEN
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
Id o. F.-AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
���Tiie regular meeting ol this lodge
[ire held In Od Ifellows' hall, Colum
mi streei everj Monday evening
lit s o'clock Jas, _ erguson, noble
Igrand.  W, '    ' oatham. ree. secy.
_0- U. W.   i RASER LODGE NO. 8
-Meetings thi   Brsta nd third Tues-
\l.  |o :.lli     Visiilng  bretll-
Imi  ci' I li .ii' il    to    attend. ,
IL.:-���- :������      '���   "   I'   W. hall, Odd
;.; ..- irkson street.
ami
M
RED GEM jp
CAe InK Pencil \_\
Your Choice nf
Thus
Two
Popular
Artlclts
lor only
lOl'KT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, 1-O.K.
1-Meets til Friday    ln    the
1 month a-       o'clock,  In the  small
hall. Oddfellows- block.
RAT.11NA1, ORDER OF EAULKS,
lisle N'o 20 Meets every Tuesday
Irani: al - |i ui In the Kagles
j hil. ('i'lii:,i. i -treei. J. N- Altcli-
feson.w. Pres , ll. Schofleld, Becre.
Ury,
llv..1   OP   TRADE���NEW  WEST-
I minster 1. .. |   : Trade meets In trie
board roou    City   Hall, as  follows:
Thirl Tim! il ;.    of    each    montli.
j quarterly    meeting    on   the    mini
, ���    iday ol Febr lary, May, Augusi
and Novemti r, at o p.m.     Annual
;������       on the third Thursday oi
February.   \rw members may b>
proposed unil elected at any month
Ivor   quarterly    meeting."    c.  H
Btnart-Wade secretary,
IONS OP SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS-
joditlon, Loi 1 ol the Isles   Camp
ISI���Meets on   the  first    and  third
Tuesday oi everj month in K. of .
mii.   Chief, w. Sutherland.
��� �� lj 1' ; 0. _L CITY LODOE
No. 3-Meete In Oddfellows' hall
I ,! ���'��� - every Friday even
'nE :i' 8 ...luck. Visiting iiretlirpn
*'" b�� "��� ��� ���   ���    come, c. i-l. Uliley,
iome,   V  li.   record-
in. seci
Poii
paid
to a   .
address
llullrallons are Exact im
Kvery pm guaranteed
full 11 Ki _ lid Gold���cut
(mi until han.l limy l.r b�� I
in c.Uici our itandard
l.lack (.ptHpi. pattern, or
Non-breakable Tranapat*.
ent, aa dealred, elthei in
plain or engraved finish,
aa piefcrred.
Yon may In till, [.an a wa.a.
If Ti.inltf,i..|fii..Iil aarai.iaarnWil,
a t.tl-i arln le llian yni call ,a-
c���.iii  f..r ,...,.  i ... im, iranaL.
j rairf la any ..liter mala, If lii.ll
entn.ly ialitfar|..iy Int.... ir f
a|.ri t iFt.i'ii It an.l He aa ill een.l I
)(iu .1 10f���rlL I
. Cr. oa I arr I��� i.n, faii...ia an.l I
rorular  Iln.   '���.a   I,,,   __���cil     al
nuaplaUlaakproof trianpb n... I
I h��   rarna.l    it.    any   poftUon    Inl
poakat oi ibopplng baa, writes ail
any   aoila   at  Ii.l I   .1..     I l.li   '
n.itn    lairlnrl    faod,    lrl.li.nii
| ..lilt. |i..liata.| l .llraiM.ad   filfclar
ra...   ta.ra cotta   fli.1,1,.     Elela.l
a.rrawliar"    fnr   ..'Ml AraM.
aiaiil.l     Write for t~ - Tti _.    Mrite
now " le,t ynu foriel "    Atllta.r
* Laughlin Mfg. Co.^
Ma,atllc Bldg .
Detroit. Mli-k
_���_______��������!
. ���R_SSOs_v^.M|..|l|.-r_n
|( aNAL    BOCIET1E8
Lodge, N'o. li. A.
'. -  Solomon Lodge,
K in.l A   M.    I.. O. L.
I I... No  1593; Court
I. BS., I. O   |   ;   C   (>
I, Instei      No.  _30;
' iwls    Ni -���   n,,   -_'.i.
M_3
AT4_VNnC^_#feAMMW3
O^BQIS^^Bat
tjvu
You will find it to your advantagi
ii arrange your booking at tliis ofllce,
wUether yon Intend to travel or send-
ng  for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of 3ritain  ..   ..September 10
Fm- other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. H. Agent.
.'...���_���_.__.ecu
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
V .NCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
_*i3
Manuractarers and Deaur��%m AB Kma" ot
Limber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,* Etc. .   :����
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fanc��GIas..T" SS5
FARMERS ATTENTION!
*************ee***********
*
*
*
*
���
Labor Day     |;v ��*-*
��� Sport Program
a.
v., donated bj 1".
******���********* **********
*"���    '     "'    a.m.���football    match,
�����' rei   Shamrocks    vs.    Westminster Hovers,
i   i ated    by    the
���   Trades  and  Labor
:     prise     one  h,,\     ot
gar .    donated    by  the
< ompany, Vancuuver
Spi ���   hi -   by   Mayor Kearj-.
J   D   Tayloi    M i- ,  Thomas OHtord,
It.     P,   Pettipiece,   Western
���  1 radea and Labor Con-
1 f Ca        .vii   Toung, Or_an-
'������'��� i  i ������   ��� ���''   lerat    n ol  LaboT
No   2���100 jard  race for boys  under
14  years,
First    i rizi,    Zither   value    $6.00,
donated hj  j   n. Tod.;, second prize
v. II    !��� donated   by  Lytton   bote]
No,  S.���'.:.  j unl rnce for girls under
1 I   yc��r>..
Ji    pair   tan   shoes     value
iti :    by    Johnston's    Big
Shoi   h secoi i  prize bottle per
fume value 12.60, donated by Mr, ll
I     V.
No   4 ���inn yard  nice  for  boys under
III   ><*irv
I      :   prixi   value     $2 60;     second
prize value $1 , rizs    value
c I by Mr. R    Klley.
N'o, .". ���':, iiini race for girls under
Kl ye-��r��
Pirsl    i. r i -i ��� ���    valui     12.60;.   i
prlzi   value   Ji v     third   prise  value
11 00,  donated  bj   Mi    P   Bilodi au
N'o. 6.���Itah.   Show,
i i   t   looking  boy  baby  under  two
��� ��� v . ���   va ue  r 50,  donated  bj
W   ' lollii r     Hr-vt looking    cirl    babj
under   twi   years,   prize   value   $2.50.
iti t  by  W. Collier.
No.   7���1'K   Man's  race.  'Ill  yards,
i i rise     box   of   B.   i'   (Igars.
l     ie $3.1;..    donati d    i y the  n.  C.
1 Factory!  *' ��� ond    pi iz.- leg
���Sack nice, union men only.
'������������ value $6.00, donated by
field; i   prize  box   of
irs,      value      $3.7.,
I by Jamet Feeney.
No.   20���Half  nnle race.
,rl��        .  .    $10.00,   donated
lh"    '';' International
-' \.v v.. >, ..  Westminster
N"- '-'I, an    ������ ��� ���   \v,. .minster
md    Steamfttters'    t'nion;
'" '���'    ��� ' ue  $1 00, di mated by j
'    '     ' '"' "  "' ; rise,     value,
l" "��� " '"ated bj  w   j. Kerr; fourth
prize,   valui    $2        _    ated
Nton,.   Heal   ig   an I
pany.
Ni
by   Van-
Plumbl ig   r.nn-
climhing contest, union
i.���Pol
men   only.
Firsl   prize valu.     J:    ���        donated '
Swans in and J.  Tree, hy;  i
prize vai u   ... 00, donated by  I
W.   Sa.t;   third     prize     value     $:j,7.-..
b ���"   of   P.   &   l;    Cigars,   dnnati ,i   i j
Parson &  Reynolds,  Vancouver.
No. 22.���la/lies- nice. 80 yards.
First     prize     om      dozen     cabinet,
photos,   valu    3 donated by  Mr. I
Ritchie; second pi zv !:.' 60 A n ited
by Vanstone u- ��������� ng and Plumbing
('ompany.
No.   23���(.ills'  rncc.  (10  yards.
Flrsl   prize  lad ver    buckle,
v alue 11 00, donati d by V i lhamber- i
Iln; second prize, pi ��� I ume value |
$2.5n, donati .1 I i   P   1   Me, Kenz i
Nn.   21.���Smoking  race.
f rst i ze pipe va e $1 0 sei ond
prize . Igai i.. ��� value $2.60; third
prise clgari tb
donated by ,i   C   Blair.
No.   25.���Nail     ilriting
Indie* onlj .
Flrsl i : Ize value $6 00, donal i bj
J A. Lee; second prize value $4.00.
donated by J, Meyers; third prize
\ alui   $3 i 0, donati .1 by T  S. Annan-
value     $1.00,
oiliest      fur
No  Deaths   In   Nevada  Flood.
Rawhide,  Nev.,  Sept.  2.���It   la now
believed thai  thi   cloudbursi  that dc-
,,' stroyed   more     tliiin     100    houses   In
m       i,   value   S. Ir'.  donati .1   by   thi
l"v ��� -.  Valley Mi al  Mai ki I
Nn.   S.���100   yard   race   for  union   apprentices  only.
Flrsl prize hit valui  J: 00, donated
bj   Reid  _ Co.;  second prize p.-iir of
ahoes  vniii"  $350,    donati l    by    A.
Matheson,
No. ij.���Three legged race.
First prize value $3.60, lonated by
\v, ]���:. .Sinclair, and two boxes of tea
value J-J.so, donated by George
Adams; s.-.-nnd prize sack flour value
S 00, donated by C. A. Welsh, nnd
iiv.. pounds coffee, donated by Adams
Squattertown,   Just    pouth   of camp, j
'I'm sday  night,  dd noi   ri -nil   in  any
)<ks  of  life,    although    the  pil ts  ol
wreckage strewn along thi   c lUrse of
Hi,, flood may conceal the remains of j
some   unknown   victim,      Mrs,   Mas
krey and Mrs   Satlerlee. with the Ial
ter's two children, who wer,. reported
missing   Tuesday   night,    were  found
yesterday uninjured by the fiood. Tlie
propertj    damage    is    estimated  al
$100,000 and the Proskej Mining Com
pany with a loss of   $30,000, is the
hi aviesi loser,
COLUMBIA STREET LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
The Municipal Council of the t-'or-
poratlon of the City of New Westminster having iy resolutlca determined
and sp'-cilied thai it is desirable to
earrj oui the toilowing works, that
Is to say:
(ai To   construct    a   sewer to be
known    us    the    "Columbia    Street
iSewer"   on   (-01111111011   Btreei   between
McNeeiy Btreel  und Fourth Btreet.
du To construct cement Bidewalka
<n iMith sides of Columbia street be-
I tween MoNeely street and Fourth
street with  necessary retaining walls
And   that   the   said   works  shall   lie |
carried  out  in   accordance   with   the
First prize vuiu<- $6.00, donated by provisions of the Local Improvemeni
John  McDonald;  second    prize    hai General   Bylaw,   190P.
valu.-  $3.60,  donated by  M.  .1    Phil-1    And  the'   City    Qngineer and  City
lips; third prize smk or potatoes       Assessor bavlng reported to the Coun-j
No.   IB.���100  yard race  for all  union cil  in  accordance  with  the provisions.
men except cigar makers. of tie said bylaw upon lhe said works
Firsl  prive value $6.00, donated by'giving      statements      showing      Ilie 1
the Ctgarmakers Onion;  second prize amounts  estimated  to   be  chargeable I
value   $8.60,  donated   by   West     Bind against  the  various   portions of  real
third   prize   value  $1.1.0,   by property   to he  benefited   by   lh,-   said '
_   Deans.
No.   10.���Tug    of    Miir,    Vancouver
Trades nnd   Lilior Council  ts. New
Westminster    Trades    ami    Labor
Council.
Firsl   prize value    $14.00,    donated
by   New   Westminster  Typographical
I'ii'.ui;   Becond     prize     value     $5.00,
donated by the Holbrook hotel.
Nn.   II.���220   yard   race.
First prize value $6.00, donated by
J Chappell; second prize ivx of
Cigars value $3.75, (lonated by the
Pioneer cigar Company, Vancouver;
third prise umbri lla valu.. $3.50,
donated by J. 1-:   Brown,
No.  12.���Potato race,  union  men only.
Irocery;
Co.,   Vancouver.
race,  120 yards.
Benwell,  Peart  &
No.   11.���Obstacle
First prize value $5.00, donated by
M,   Cowan;   second   prize   value   $2.60,
donated by Larson _ Ame; third
prize value $1.60, donated by Ben-
well,  Peart & Co., Vancouver.
N'o. 15.���Ladles' race, .mi yards,
First prize value $5.00, donated by
Journeymen Barbers' International
t'nion. New Westminster Local, oN,
573; second prize value $3.00. donated by Nets Nelson; third prize value
$_.0O,  donated   by  Nels Nelson.
No.   16.���llig'i  .lump.
Fust prize valin- .5.00, donated by
A. Q. Peters; second prize pipe value
$2.50, donated by J. Q. Qamon; third
prize box of '��bl Sport cigars, donated 1
by John   R.  Smith.  Vancouver.
Lumber
w
ways in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Vl City Branch, Columbia St.�� I
r���, J"'lpW 1?' New:Westminster |
\���.   |7._|triiii(l   jump.
First   prize  value  $6.00,  donate.I
E,  p-al  h    si    md    pi zi     pipe    value
j2 60, donated by -i   G   Oamon; third
prize  box  Terminus eg,irs.    donati d
by   the Terminus    Cigar    Compai
Vancouv  r.
No.   18.���Vaulting.
First  prlve value $6.00, dona'. 1  by
J,  M.  Wlsi ; Becond pr ze box  B aver
works   and  other   paticiihiis   and   the j
said reports Of lhe said City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopt- j
ed  by the Council,
Noiice   is   hereby     givii    that   the;
said   1 .ports  Hie  opeu   for   inspection j
at the office of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westmin-j
ster, B. C and lhat unless a petition \
against  the    proposed    works  above.
mentioned signed by a majority of the ;
owners of the land or rea]  property
to be assessed or charged in  respect
of such   works   representing   at   least
one-half In value thereof is presented j
to  the Council    within    fifteen  days
from the date of the first publication
of   this   noiice   the   Council   will   proceed with the proposed Improvements
under  such  terms  and  conditions  as
to the  payment  of the cost of  such
[improvements as the Council may by
by [bylaw in that  behalf regulate and de-
1 termtae  and   also  to  make  the   said
assessu'est
1    Dated this 1st day of September, A.
Ii   1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,
' City   Clerk.
1     Date   of   first   publication,   the   2nd
day of September, 1909.
SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware is the Mitt you give the bride,
Kin 1 to last for lifetimes���fill her heart with pride;
Kind to give the couple to cheer them all through life;
Kind   that   pleases  Hubby  and also pleases Wife.
CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATCHES.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL *'-25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL ��5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 14.50 per Bbl.
SS   f\      _  ���     Q  _������__   FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
McQuarrie & to.-_	
rRONT STREET New Westminster. Telephone I3S.
SHIRTS
By Makers That Best
Know How.
OUR FALL DISPLAY OF NEW SHIRTINGS IS VERY HAND
SOME, WHILE THE FIT,MAKING AND QUALITY OF MATE
RIAL   FORM   A   COMBINATION   OF   SHIRT   PERFECTION.
I
i
Strikingly liaiid^inne pai-
terns in pleated or plain
bosoms, coal styb-. cuffs
attached or separate, Bv
cry shirt an example ot
splendid 'bin making;
moderate priced shir
shirt luxury, as yon prefer
$1.00, $1.25
TO
The
Lion
Brand
$2.00
THERE WILL BE NO BETTER TIME THAN RIGHT NOW
FOR   A   MAN   TO  SELECT HIS  "FALL  SHIRTS."
WE ARE STILL OFFERING SUMMER UNDERWEAR AT
25   PER   CENT.   OFF.
ALSO STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE. WILL IT NOT BE
WORTH YOUR WHILE TO FINISH THE SEASON WITH A
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Open  8 a. m, to 6 p. m. Fridays  7 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Phone   138
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TUE   DAILY   .OWS.
The Daily News
the sombre   days of  failure  and  depression   which  prevailed   during the
B. C. FISHERMEN'S UNION.
Published by The Daily News PubHi_.Unrtrnction  of  the  Canadian   9^^\tJKSJ^L^SS!^��,
railway, when some of his coll. agues
JOHN W- BRODWICK,
Sec rv tary.
s Union on Sat
tag Company, Limiti-d. at their oflicrs.  nuiway, wii���i .ume oi nis cou. agues  urday   September 4, at 2 p.m. ka the
The Dallv News Hlock, corner of Me-  were   "''"ded   to  abandon   the  enter- Curtis  block, and every flsherman is
Kmzie and Trew streets. I)rise-   il   was   ^nl   Strathcona   who .expected to be present
 , ^^s~^-~���  rallied them anew to the attack; and
E. A. Paige Managing Director iiv his sturdy determination to stand
by and see the railway completed,
paved the way to that success winch
afterwards attended the gigantic-
task.
Thus throughout his life has our
distinguished visitor displayed those
qualities of indomitable pluck and
determination   which   were  a  feature
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1909.
YEARS AND   HONORS,
In his fbing trip acrcxs Canada in the life of his distinguished uncle,
Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal Jolu Stewart. Even today, with the
has found opportunity to honor the burden of many years .beyond the al-
city of New Westminster for the lotted span of man's life, Canada's
third time with his welcome presence, j High Commissioner finds pleasure in
Their appreciation of this graceful discharging the many and varied du-
act and tlu., high esteem in which tl��� _ that are laid upon him. We are
they hold the "grand old man of sure it Is the hearty aesire of every
Canada" ��ras marked by the strength , cltlsen of New Westminster that he
and heartiness of the reception ac- may be spared for many y��lars to con-
corded him by our citizens upon his Untie the useful work of his life and
.arrival in tlle city last night. To-jto enjoy the respect and esteem of
day the mor.   purely official side ofithe people of Canada.
the city's welcome of our distinguish-. 	
ed guegt will be celebrated, and tbi fjljypno Ifplpfimp
afternoon the High Commissioner and j Ulll-GIIO IT .IbUIIIC
his party will resume their return
journey eastward.
In more ways tban one there I. a
peculiar lappropriateness about this
visit of Lord Btratheona to the Royal
City, and his welcome thereto. He
is the distinguished nephew of one
who earned distinction as a mentber
of the plucky little band of adventurers which won its way, under the
guidance of the redoubtable Simon
Fraser, through the trials and per.Is
of  the hazardous  expedition  Of  1808
"GET   THE   HABIT"
_FR'DAY. SEPTEMBER 3<
PEATES
.Vow's your chance to get Plates
at less than cost. "Emerald"
Breakfast Plat.-s; special display
Saturday,
90c
PER DOZEN.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
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For Tired and Sweaty Feet use
Lord Strathcona
RYALL'S FOOT POWDER.
does its work.
It
RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
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"Hall  io  the  Chief."     Occasion will
be  taken   to   present     Miss   Howard, i
grand-daughter   of   the   high   commissioner,   with   a   bouquet,     this   lionoi
falling io Master Gilbert Adams.
Addresses of welcome will be pre- I
seuted iby Mayor Keary on behalf Oi i
.the ciiy, and one from the Sons of!
Scotland, Lord of the Isles camp, to
and made Uiown to the world for the'which his lordship will respond.
first time the existence of the great Public Luncheon.
river that laves our t-itv's   site and   tlie'    The   procession   wlll     then   be   re-
wonderful   possibilities   of   this   vast f�������'-    and    the    luncheon at St.
* _      t _     hi Georges hall is timed for 12:30. Three
land in  the far west.    John Stewart  toasts   on,y     ...    permiUed    ag   tbe
was  Fraser's   lieutenant,   and   played  party mu.st leave at 2 o'clock for the
no slight part in the historic voyage east.
of discovery.   Then too Lord Strath-1 .They are the loyal toast, from the
lively  inter-
chair,  "Canada,"  by J.  A.  Lee,  presi-
Columbian College
Fall Term Begins Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9 A. M.
Full business course; modern methods���two practical Instructors.
We teach Music, Art, University High School and Public School
courses.
Ten experienced instructors���Gymnasium Instruction given to students free  of charge.    For ratet for board Or tuition apply to
W.   J.   SIPPRELL,   Principal.
cona has ever taken a uv_y mi..- den( .r lhe boa,.(, of trdi(;< lQ which
est In the welfare and progress of'j. d. Ta.'.or, M. P., will reply, and
New Westminster, an interest ol"Our Ouest," by Mayor Keary. Lord
whieli he has given practical proof Strathcona's reply will be followed
. ,, . , , , ,, . -, by "Auld Lang Syne," and "The Na-
ljy many helpful and kindly acts.   To- tjonal Anthem."
day   he   will   have ;u.i   opportunity  of j The  A(jdres8es.
observing the strides of advancement j The addl.esses ar. beautiful exam-
which our city has made since the oc-lph?_ of scroll work. That from the
casiou of his last visit in the earlv city, which is in charge of H. ��;eward-
nineties. His lordship was here first 'son- o�� tbe city engineer's department,
���     io._   a   ,.    t.     a, -, is a credit to him.      The city arm.
in  1886, Just after the great  railway  occupy th_   head of  the  adrJrL.Ss a_(1
undertaking with which his name Is on the left is a view of a ship in the
lnseperably associated had been com- harbor, on the right of the Westmin-
lileted   to  Vancouver     At   that   time  8ter bridge-      U wUl be tM With the
.     ft,** r* N ��� _ p _   i historic  red and 'blue, colors seen ou
this city.fi*. just recovered from the Lany victorious fields of sport,
blow which had been dealt to h,r by      The Scottish    society's    addi _ss is
the removal of the capital to Victoria. !the tasteful work of D. A. Shiles, and
Some seven years later   when    Lord  is a u<?autiful example of his artistic
.,,,.���,, ,      . ,   '       , attainments-      Both will be treasured
ht.atlicoua was next here, there was amo_g  ^ &Tchlv0B  0,  U|  lonlshi���.
promise of greater and better things, I st_ George's Hall
but again came a disastrous set back }    Sl    GeoI.ge-s   hall   has   been   admir-
in the shape of the fire of 189..   We ably decorated under the direction of
Jjtdi.ve however that our distinguish- C. H. Stuart Wade, secretary of the
eti guest  will see unmistakable signs llK)ai'd of trade-     Flass have been ar"
,,. ,,,   ...       ., _ , ,, .ranged in  picturesque  groupings, and
o   that vitality which has enabled ourL r��w of ?einB and otlK.,. ,)Umti, set
city to recover from its disaster and -off the stage. Tlie lacrosse trophies
attain Its present proportions; tlie j will be utilized in the scheme of dec-
same spirit of progress  that will  se- olatlon-      Tickets   for   th.   luncheon
cur�� for her in the immediate future
may  be obtained-till  11  o'clock  from
the stores of D. S. Curtis & Co., T. .
the Importance,and prosperity which Annavidale,  C.  A.  Welsh, J.  A.  Lee,
she merits. J. G. Camoii, George Adams, H. Ryall
To Lord Strathcona, Canada owes a'and   Whlte'   Shi,es   &   Co"   at   *1,50
greater   debt   than   to   perhaps    any V'lCh'
other man, for to her he has rendered I 	
most valuable services In the de I Tlle reS,l!ar meeting of the Barteu-
vrlonm,.,,.     .,,,.- ae   ders'  International     League,   Sunday,
���uiopmuit ol the Dominion he has September Bth, has been postponed
played an active part throughout his jto Sunday, September 12th, at which
long life.    To him  there must come I meeting    business    requiring the  at-
be
tlle
happy, experience   of    that
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
.     j tendance   of   every   member     ....,
transacted
wnioh   attends the   man   who   in   the SAM   GILES,   President,
end   succeeds   in    accomplishing    a P-  PAULSON,  Secretary,
great  task,   when   now,  in  his  nine-'
tieth  year,  he journeys  through  the
land that displays on evtvv hand the
abundant  fruit  of  those  labors  that
have been largely his own.
It was seventy-one years ago that
Donald Alexander Smith came hither
from Scotland to step on the bottommost rung of the long ladder of ser-
vice ln the Hudson's Bay company.
Hard work and zealous endeavor
earned him promotion after promotion, until he stepped on to the top.
mo_t rung and occupied the chairmanship of the famous company. The
historic Ited River rebellion occurred
when Donald Smith had put in thirty
years of service, aud arose out of the
transfer to the government of the
<htn newly born Dominion of Canada of some nlneteen-twentleths of
tho land which the company held un-1
der charter from the Crown. Throughout the rebellion the chief factor of
the Hudson's Bay company was an
observant spectator and a helpful
agent, and It Was mainly due to his
statesmanlike efforts that the trouble
was put an end  to and the present
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1909 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom; must prefer his or
her request ln writing, signed with
his or her name, and shall deliver or
cause to be delivered to the City-
Clerk within tlie time hereinbefore
spcifled.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, New Westminster, B. C, September 8, 1909.
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER
FIRST STREET SEWER   NOTICE.
happy, prosperous condition of thl.
vast tract, of country rendered teas
Ible.
As representative, first of Winnipeg
and then of Montreal, In the Dominion   House of   Commons,   Sir   Donald
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local Improvement General By-law,
1909," notice is hereby given that the
assessment roll of the "First Street
Sewer" local improvement Is open for
inspection at the office of the Assessor in the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person Interested In
amy of the properties Included therein
desire to appeal from such assessment he shall, within the period of
,,    . , ,. ,    , eleven  (11)  days from the first publi-
Sinlth  accomplished   a   rist  amotmjt cation of this notice, give notice to
of real good work.   But it was as one I the undersigned In writing of his in-
of the  leading spirits  in   the  great ftentlco to appeal,
railway  undertaking  that has proved Lgat8d ""s ;iliit d$ f DUNCAN ""
bo potent nm agency in thG progress       " ' city cierK.
of the west    that   Lord Strathcona     Dat_ of first  publlcalion, 31st d   "
proved   his   mettle-.   as   it   were,     in  of August, 1909.
Special Car Service For
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION IN
NEW WESTMINSTER
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th.
The B. C. Klectric Hallway Company announces that
special car service will bP put on all day to Queen's
Park, and that a late car will be run to Vancouver at 1
o'clock a.m. on Tuesday lo accommodate those who attend the grand ball In the evening.
Particular attention will ,_e given to the service to
Queen's park from 10 a.m. to G p.m. during the progress
of the Senior LacrosSe Match, Football Match, Tug-of-
war, Baby Show, Pole Climbing Contest and the Field
Sports.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.
Great Carpet Display,
SEE LEE'S WINDOWS FOR NE
W FALL
RUGS
AND
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO  SHOW  YOU  THROUGH Our
MENSE NEW STOCK AND GIVE  YOU   ALL  THE  INFOBMiT.I!,'
IN OUR  POWER.      WE ARE BU8IER  THAN   - 0N
PARTMENT.
EVER  IN THIS D.
I   F Fy(\ Furniture Emporium
JL-I   _L_f   _L_f      KJ Lee's  Block, Columbia Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B.C,
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School Text Books,
: Scribblers, Pencils,
��� and aii School Supplies
I GO   TO
[ TODHUNTER & BURR
���    Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
*, Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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WE   ARE   READY   TO  SHOW
you how It Is cheaper lo buyout
high-class bml'.litiK materials
than It is to purchase the poor
er kind. We cm point W
buildings buiU with our male-
rials that 11..ver need repairs.
We can point to some others
thut need repairs all tlie time.
But they were no; built ol our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
M E E
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ME    AT    THE
ACME
Friday's Bargain Specials
Five Hundred Suits just arrived, worth from $16.00 to $22.00, FRIDAY
$10.00, $12.00, $16.00
Straws
Regular $1.50 to $400,  FRIDAY,
$1.00
Straws and Linens
Regular 75c and $1.00, FRIDAY
50c
Boys'   Clothing   at   Half   Price
^^gg_ai!ia
Clothing Co.
A. CHAPPELL, Manager. pPlDAV,
MEMBER 3, 1909-
THE.DAILY   krws.
fAOK F1VB.
Twenty-
��� five pieces German Flannelette, heavy quality, 34 Inches
,.   ln goo/color atrlpes.     .lust what you need  lor pyjamas and
Ji dJs.es.     Usual price 22c  per  yard.      Friday's  Bargain  Oay
Price
14c
dozen Ladles' Cashmere  Hose  full  faxhioned  and  seamiest..
Friday'    B        -'���   ��*y,   3   pair, fur
$1.00
The Fashion Centre
,7T__C1
ltwill pay to buy your groceries from
C. B. DEANS
Canaill.ui   or   Carnation   Wheat
Flakes   per   pkg 35c
Wheal  Flakes   In  bulk,   4   lbs.
lor 25c
Golden   West   Baking Powder,
12 oz. tin 20c
This is a good baking powder.
M-pound sack sugar,   $1.20
Schilling's   Best     Baking   Powder, per tin 25c and 40c
Chicken Soup, 2 tins for  .-15c
Clark's Pork and Beans, 3 cans
for     25c
Fresh   Ground   Coffee,    special
at,  per lb 25c
661 Columbia Street.
J. STEWART, Proprietor.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
Today is Bargain Day at
this store.
SPORTING NEW5
FAIR MANAGEMENT
OFFERS BIG PURSE
Want Lacrosse Tournament
Between  This  City  and
Vancouver.
WORKED SHIN GAME
WHERE?
At the Leading Furniture House, the place to save money.
Prices lower than the lowest.   QUALITY IS OURS.   It
, ���     will pay you to see our stock before buying your House
ON MINORU RACES * Furnishings.
A lacrosse tournament between
New Westminster and Vancouver for
the biggest prlze.s ever offered for
the game in this province will probably ;<��� the star attraction at the com-
lng ��� xhibition.
Tin- management of the exhibition
has hung up two purses, a first prize
of $15000, aud a second of $1000, for
competition In a two-game series between the lacrosse trams of the two
cities, the big prize to go to the team
scoring tin- gr.-iiiest number of goaL
in the two games.
The proposition was yesterday communicated to the management of the
two lacrosse clubs. 'lhe Vancouver
club accepted al once, and the matter is now under consideration by the
iiv im. ne in of the Salmon Bellies.
A iiii <-t lng will be held to l<*>k into
the matter this afternoon, and it Is
innim. le that It  will be accepted.
If played, the games will take
place vi O' toiler 12 and Hi.
FOOTBALL
Football   T.am   for   Monday.
The   team   for   the   game   with  the
|Shamrocks on    Monday    morning in
connection  with  the  Lalior  Day  celebration,     to    represent   the    Rovers'
Football Club, was selected last even-
ling    as    follows:        Goal,    Davison;
hacks, J. Lyon and C. Kn-by;  halves,
W.  Morton.  H. Sawyer and  F.  bock;
forwards,  T.  Viuer,  .1.  Shawcross,  P.
i Hooper, J. Hurren and W. Robertson;
reserves,   G.   Cadyzien   and   Burrows.
Kic-koff 10 a.m., Queen's park oval.
Crooks   Cleaned   Up   Large   Sums   By
Becurlng   Results  Ahead  of the
Official Report,
Vancouver, Sept. 2.���Racing men of
(various    northwest   cities,    including!
I Seattle, Kverett, Spokane, Walla Walla, Portland and Butte, it is alleged,
have  been    victimized    by a shrewd
'gang of racetrack manipulators who
have  operated   for  two    weeks  from
j Minoru park with great success by
beating   the   regular   wire   racing   re-
jport   with a code.
The regular racing report at present ls sent out from the Western
Union office and Is obtained from the
track    by    long-dlBtance      telephone,
;This is rather a slow process, and the
alleged conspirators, it is claimed,
took advantage of the faei to get the
results <m the 'phone before the regular report was put on, and in consequence they reached the telegraph
several seconds in advance and sent
out tlle numes of winning horses in
a code.
i    The result of this would mean that j
while   betting   was   still   going  on   in
other   cities   and   before   the   regular
.wire advices were received, certain
people in each city received the results in time to place bets on the winners.
An extensive investigation is said
to be now going on in an end< avor to
round up the rest of the men who
it is claimed were working the other
ends of the scheme with the information   received   from   Minoru.
W. E. FAI F<_ 612-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE  176.
NIGHT CALL 81.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL  STREET DAILY AT 1:00 AND 1.30 P.
M.     FIFTEEN.MINUTE   SERVICE    FROM     GRANVILLE    STREET
STATION.
Good Shoes Cheap and
Cheap Shoes Good at
The Old Country
Boot Store
SALE AMOY!
WE  SPECIALIZE  ON  GOOD,   EVERY-DAY    WEARING   SHOES.
BUT  O.R  LARGE   AND  VARIED  STOCK  COMPRISES THE  BEST
OBTAINABLE   IN   CANADIAN AND    OLD    COUNTRY    FOOTWEAR
AT EXTREMELY   MODERATE  PRICES  FOR  CASH   ONLY.
WE  HAVE  BARGAINS  GALORE   AT  THIS   SALE,  JUST  COMPARE AND YOU  ARE SURE TO BUY FROM US.
The Old Country Boot Store
Football in Vancouver.
The following football matches will
take place in Vancouver on Saturday;
Y.M.O.A. vs. Cedar Cottage, 4:16
o'cock; Camble street, Referee R
i Cavers.
V.A.C. vs. BC.E.Ry.. 2:30 o'clock;
C'aniliie stree, R-feree Dave Leith.
Thistles vs. Nationals, Powell street
2:30 o'clock.    Referee D.  McCallum.
Shamrocks vs. C.P.R.. Powei] St.,
4:15 o'clock. Referee O. M. Phillips,
Labor Day.
Coquitlam vs. Central Methodists at
Coquitlam, Dav.- Leith.
"World" At It Again.
The   sporting    department   of    the
Vancouver "World"  is at  it  again. In
lh- issue for yesterday under a Montreal   diit.-   line,   the   announcement   is
���made that New Wstmlnster has paid
the traveling expenses of Refers
O'Connell, who officiated in the late
cup games between the Salmon Bel-
lies and Indians. As pointed out in
this column yesterday New Westminster   bus  not   conn-   t'hn/_:li  with   the
! coin lo the alderman ami .has no intention of doing no.
YtSTtRDAYS RACING
FIRST RACE���Five and a half furlongs,   selling  three-year-olds  and  up.
1,  Lady    Quality;     2,    Herives;   3,
Dandy Fine.
SECOND     RACE���One    and    one
| eighth    mile,    selling    three-year-olds
and up.
1,  Mike Jordan;   2, Josie  S;   3, Dr.
White.
THIRD RACE���Six furlongs, selling
two-year-olds and  up.
1,  Redeem;     2,   Chester    Krum,   3,
Electrowan.
FOURTH  RACE���One mile and  20
yards,   purse,  three-year-olds  and  up.
1,  Fantastic;   2,  Folly  L;  3.  Ocean
Queen.
FIFTH RACE���Seven furlongs, sell
ing   three-year-olds   and   up.
1,  Bellsnicker;   2. Illusion;   3. J.  C.
Clem.
SIXTH RACE���Five furlongs purse,
three-year-olds and up,
1, Belle Kinney;  2, W. P. Overton;
3,  Lord of the Forest.
Junior Lacrosse Tonight.
The Fourth Street and East End
teams of the junior league will meel
In mortal combat at the Queen's pars
oval this evening. The game wil
start sharp at ti o'clock. Both teams
have been working hard, tnd a fast
close game is assured.
BROKEN E-OIIPLING FlRE IN TACUMA
ENDANGERS DIVER'S LIFE    DOES $230,000 DAMAGE
Air  Tube  Parts  When   Man   is   Forty   Plant of    Stock  Food    Company and
F��et Below the Surface of the Malting  Firm's  Building  Is
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
Water.
Detroit,     Mich-,     Sept.     2.���While
working on the sunken steamer Col-
lingwood,   forty   feet   below   the   surface,  this  afternoon   John  CoJf,rey,  a
.diver, had probably the closest escape
ifroni  death  he  will  ever  have.    One
of the couplings of the air tate parted and Coffrey was in a fair way of
being asphyxiated  when Capt. Harris
W.   Baker,   who  was  acting  as    his
"lender,"   detected   something   wrong,
and   without  stopping to  call   for assistance,    xerted   his    great   strength
land succeeded iu pulling the diver to
the surface.
When the copper helmet was removed, Coffrey had lost consciousness,
and the blood was gusuiug from
his mouth and ears.
Destroyed.
Tacoma, Sept. 2.���Fire starting
from spontaneous combustion in the
grinding room of the Northwestern
Stock Food Company, East Twenty-
sixth and K Streets, yesterday completely destroyed that plant and the
adjoining planf of the Puget Sound
Malting Company, causing a property
loss of $230,000." The loss to both
companies above insurance wlll
amount to between MOO.OOO and $12.,-
000.
So intense was the heat from the
burning buildings that two cottages
on the hill south of the malting company's plant were burned to the
ground with their contents.
Sporting ^^^^^
0P.T���T%8EA8ON  F0R SHOOTING     DUCKS    AN     DEER,     ETC.,
0pENS  ON   SEPTEMBER   1.
OR 1L.S  F0R  REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
COMPi p .       G G��0DS UNE' AS W AR CARRYING A FULL AND
��MPLET_   stock   AT   LOW    PRICES.
Ilj^TRAPP & CO., Limited
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
Batavia, Java, Sept. 2.���Six hundred natives drowned, the crops ruined, and thousands of homeless persons fleeing northward to escape the
devastating waters, Is but part of the
record of a terrible flood following a
cloudburst which has practically wlp-
ep out the town of Bezoekl, in southeast Java, and is flooding the whole
countryside  for  miles  today.
Communication with the stricken
section ls cut off, but ibefore the few
wires were torn down by the inuddy
torrents it was ascertained that enormous damage already had been
wrought and that the flood waters
had not showed signs of receding.
Appleton, Sept.. 2.���Standing erect
and with a shovel ln his uplifted
hands, the body of Leo Alesch was
dug out of a cave-lu nt a gravel pit
near here yesterday. George Miller,
a farmer, while driving past the pit
Saw a slouch hiit on top of the gravel.
He picked it up and discovered that
1 -    a��i_   .,������,!       Alesch
MUD  HINDERS WORK
ON OHIO WRECK
it   res
eted on  a' mam's  head
Alesch
when
a
had berai dead several hours when
his bodv was found The pit was
about seven feet deep, and all but an
inch of tlie victim's bead was buried
In the cave-In.
Seattle, Sept. 2.���That the divers
making an examination of the wreck
of tbe steamship Ohio are being delayed by mud which Is being run
down into the hull of the steamship
by the current of a creek emptying
into the bay near by is the Information forwardtd to Seattle by wireless
from the steamship Humboldt last
evening.
The Humboldt is from Skagway and
the message read: At sea, via Point
jGkr-y (by United Wireless)��� The
| Ohio's wheel Is In the mud up to the
hub. The water ls 75 feet deep as-
! tern. The vessel's bow and stack are
j visible. The divers have found no
bodies yet, and they report that it is
too muddy to locate the extent of the
leak. The Ohio was headed for where
the ceek conies ln when she struck
the beach, and the current runs the
mud inside the hull, making tlie work
difficult. The divers have recovered
$5000 worth of jewelry, the property
[of passengers.
I The Investigation into the wreck of
the Ohio before the United States
marine  Insi actors  continued today.
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RUSSIAN NOBLEMAN
BUYS ALBERTA FARM
Comes From Europe to Inspect Property Near Edmonton.
Edmonton, Sept. 2���To negotlatt a
deal in Edmonton real estate, involving di/sirable business property on
Namayo avenue, Henri 1'xkull, a big,
strapping Cossack lieutenant, a son af
Baron Henri Uxkull, a Russian linguist of some prominence, has come
all the way from St. Petersburg ami
reached the city last evening regisier-
Ing at tlie Alberta. He will visit the
capita]  for two weeks.
The Russian nobleman speaks 1 t-
tle of cio English. Nevertheless, he is
flin nt in German, French and several
other languages as well as his own.
He carries on conversation not In his
native tongue, bul In the cultured
French, which is tho language of tiie
Russian court.
To Sell  Namayo Property.
Two years ago, t_c Russian noble
man's father, llaroii Uxkull, was a
gih-st of Li'-ut--Governor Bulyea in
Edmonton, li was during that visit
tif.it Hie baron purchased valuable
property down on Namayo avenue. It
is for the purpose Of possibly neg( t-
inting a sale of lhe property, now
much increased In value thai the
ynm_ Co'.ack offlcerr has crossed th..
world.
May Suy Farm Lane'.
Incidental l.v, during the two weeks
that he will be a visitor to the city
tlie Ria.isian nobleman will inspect
tiie Edmonton district, with a view to
buying extensively or the farm lands
of which he has heard so much.
Should he convince himself that th
Edmonton district holds what he desires along that line, his intentions
ar(. to buy and settle permanently
as a farmer on a large scale. Possibly, also, he may bring out a colony
Of Russian farm laborers, to work on
the  farms  in the west.
Took Part in  War.
Like hundreds of his brother CoS-
. Back officers, Lieut, Uxkull saw a
good deal of fighting; iu the Russia.1.
janapese war, and look part In the
majority of the big engagements, as
well as many of the small ones. He
���vns not in the seige of Port Arthur
however.
NINE MILLION DOLLARS
FOR ROLLING STOCK
Rock   Island   Road   Places   Large   Orders  For  Additional   Equipment.
Chicago, Sept. 2.���As an evid- nco
of the prosperity anticipated by the
Rock Island railroad, officials of the
company today pointed to the placing of orders by the road for $9,000,-
000 worth of equipment. The order
is the largest placed by a western
railroad for some years.
The items of the order are freight
cars. locomotives and passenger
equipment. A great part of the money will be _pent for new equipment
to replace worn our cars and coaches.
Company officials, however, hav,- investigated crop conditions and more
freight cars have beio ordered than
Were operated by the Rock Island for
some time  previously.
GIVES  BONUS  TO
PREVENT  RACE   SUICIDE
St.  Louis.  Mo.. Sept.  2.���Each  visit '
'of the stork to th.. hor.ie of employees
of  Guy   H.   Wright,  of   this  city,   Igl
iworth a shining gold coin.    The ^lze
jof   the  coin   varies  directly   with   the
wails  the   babies eniii   when   handled
by  their  daddies   boss. |
Wright is assistant manager of the
Wright   organization   and   has   many
: liiiia in his employ,    When tidings of,
la .birth in oni, of the workmen's fan. I
Hies   reach   him,   he  hurries   to  thei
home  to  pass   mion  the  new  arrival..
If tlle infant responds with a lUBty
yell when it is held in the boss' arms.
thereby aivlti . promise to becoming a I
j healthy aud energetic citizen, a yellow ;
ten dollar gold  piece finds its w-ay to
���he  father's pocket.    If  the  baby  is
passive or appears bored,   the bonus j
| is   bul   half   thai   amount,
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
CUT $110.1 GaKEER
DF .LEVER CROOK
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group 2,
[New  Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 2396F, issued
in the name of John Bernard John-
si in. has btvn filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
[at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made t0 uie in writing.
C. S. Keith,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B-  C,  August 30, 1909.
Man   Who   Robbed  Bank  Clerk   is At
Last in the Toils of the
Police.
Toronto,    Sept   2.���Frank    Dlehn,
���better   knjowu   as   FriLzjfla   Chapman,
on. of the slickest crooks In America
Is   in   the   cells   here  c.i   his   wa;    to
Chatham, Out., to sland  his  trial for
shilling $l,,"i75 cash and a numb r of
cheques  and   drafts,   the   property  of
tlie   now   defunct   Soverign   Bank   of
December 1st.  190t>.    He and a confederate,   Qulnn,   spotted     the    ba-ik
cbrk,   knew   bis   weekly   route,   and
by  a  clever   ruse  substituted   on,, of
their own   bags  for  one    the    clerk
used],    Quinn   was   arrested   and   is
now serving three years at  Kingston
Diehn escaped, and last year was ai
rested for attempting to steal a dia-
' mond   pin   from  one of   the   Elks'   at
their   big  converutlcu   In     Pasad na.
After  the   arrest   he   was   Identified
as   one   of   the   operators   who   stole
the .'-.auk's  money, and after  fighting
extradition   was  ordered   to   Chatham
for trial
trict, Clayburu and district, Hunt.ng-
uon and uis'iict, aud .uaisqui are despatched by way ot Vancouver.
H a._J.���Blame and Seattle, including all Li. S. points east auu soutu,
and Hall s Prairie, _ ernrttge ana _ia_
eiuiere, on Tuesdays, ihursda)., auu
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, excepi Hall '_, Prairie, _ia-
telmere and Fernrldge, wu arrive on
the Port Qulchon train ou Tuesdays
liiui.dayB  aud   Saturdays.
11: Do a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria aud
Cvutral Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���Suawuerry Hill, liiu-
berland aud Soutn Westminster by
courier (Tuesday and Endayj.
1:30 p.m.���Last Burnaby, by courier.
2:uo p.m.���Burquitlam, uy courier.
2:u0 p.m. (Summer montns close at
2:30 excepi bai urday) ��� Ladner, _oi.
Gulchon, Westham island and Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mail des-
patched and received via Vancouver.!
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and 1-per
Siding, via G. N. K. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nia-omekl, and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mail Is despatched to
Victoria  via  Vancouver at  this  hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all u.
S. points east and south, via C ... it
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. B��� east, l-'ra
ser Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
Lytton, Llllooet, Spences' Uridge, .Nicola and district, and all points east
except Kootenays.
Malls   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points, via G. N, li-
"Owl."
_:2U a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria.
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner. Fori
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tues
day. Thursday and Saturday) \\ood
wind, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Eraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���Eaist Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam. by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mail   east,   and
losed  mail from Sumas. and Seattle,
Deluding  U.   S.   A.   matter,  and  also
Fraser Mills.
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Schools open on Monday next
and we want all students, both
young and old. to remembar
that MOREY'S BOOKSTORE
is still in the lead with BOOKS
and   SCHOOL   SUPPLIES.
Our scribblers    and    exercise
books   are   the   best  valu;   ever
offered.     Don't    buy   until   you
have seen ours.
TWO  SCRIBBLERS   FOR   5c.
on  Monday next.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
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Mont.-, al Water Service
Mcitieal,- Sepi. 2.���During the past
��� thre da_s ih-re has been much activity in the water departmi nt. The le-
celptfj for Augu-it amount to $208,-
1H2 2I' which sum was practically
taken in within two days. The increase over the same period las: year
Is   .5 In.	
Model Sign Works
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at _:iu, tl:_U, 7:20 aud t>:UD
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:30  p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour there
after until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New West
mln-ter at _:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster fur Van
couver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. L'..s-
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Great   Northern   Railway.
.V.  N.W.  8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:35
p.m.
I.v.  N.  W.   11   a.m.;   ar.   Seattle 3:55
p.m.
Lv. X. W. 4:32 p.m.;  ar. Seattle 9:40
p.m.
Old News Block, Sixth Street Lv. N. W. 12:10 am.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m. ��
New Westminster. iLv- Seat,,e s'-u:' am-- ar- N- w- 2:r,r'
p.m.
Theo. P. Young, Prop. JLv. Seattle 4:35  p.m.;   ar. N. W. 9:3b
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Lv. Seattle 11:46 p.m.;   ar. N.W, 6:20
.SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  ar. N.W. 6:25
p.m.
Central Meat Market when going east
Oorner Eighth St. ana   Fifth A vend*
PHONE S7a
BOWELL Jl OODr. Proanator*.
at   our  Piano    Department  will  convince  you  that  New Westminster Is
the  Place to Get  Your Piano.      We
defy compet tion. and our prices cannot  be   beaten   in   British   Columbia.
For Instance���a large, beautiful, walnut  case,  4  feet ��  inches  high, only
$275  cash;   one 4  feet 6'inches  high,
only   $250 cash.      We have  just   received  the largest shipment we have
ever had.  Our store Is chock  full  of
pianos.     Such well known makes as
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UllR NOTICE
1909.
THE  DAILY   NEWS..
���                             ������. ol   reiieiiipuou  Deiore
��� hereby given that aa   i ���nd each of you wl
_*     .ill bo i"-"1 '    '     ', , ��� a topped  and  debarred
utm" ��'"   .���,  1909." to obtain ���>���    ��J ��� __ .   ���
P'''"."u��'.r Act, I! ���
If ih..    �����""         __
,  redemption before regis,,-ation, you Van Y. Y fts��SL*%*��.
ll ___?_. "*'      "A*    "' '"���"^y    f��r Permission  to
lrom setting up purchase    the    following    describe.
������,. any claim to or lu respect of the said lands;
FAUE    __.V_.-a.
II
NUBNT
SQAP
(POWERFUL MUSCLES
b"ea,,."hl0o7imbla, and
Il''|lbl_.  ,.,, livlded   Into   2
imo ���>.     Dated at  the land    registry office
;���- ,_..-���,,,.,. .nviae,,      fui-   NflW We8tmtoBter Province of British
000 shares of ��!������� '       , ke   Columbia,   this   30th   day  of  August,'
(ll  TH--- B8JM �� .,""'wiver'A. D��� 1909.
let
kpital
source,
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent,
Dated June Cth, 1.09.
Inlet,    (Indian
An"' ^    puiiit  of   diversion
j    nliie,  from  the
rlVer,   d) The Quantity]
laid up-
itr. in or
T-orth �������   ,,.���
���tti   ((,)
rftuated about
>u:tl "V���.iJdVr in cubic feel par
��rA A . T!l" ^aractsr ol
I**"'1' ,',1 works a water I*,wer
fe .lion of electricity
V ""'ri":'n!<V,' -Is   'iiiiii fsirtlciilarly  in ,of the "Water Act, 1909,'- to obtain al'and between Kees Island and Davies
fcwcal '".',.. ,���mors,    machlney.;license   In   the   Municipality  of    Bur-;Island.      Dated, June 6th, 1909.    Ap-
C.  S.  KI.ITH.
District Registrar.
To Samuel  Coulter,  Esq.
WATER  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an ap-
industrial  and com- plication will be made under Pan  V.
|    District of (Vjagt Range One.
i    'lake notice that John Johnson, ot,
Vancouver, B. C, occupation,    sales
man, Intends to apply for permissioi
to   purchase  the   following   describe. I
I lands:
Commencing at a post planted ol
'the north shore of John island, an to
ll "I"
ration ol motors,
wed Is
...   operation     Of naby Division of Lot  144 District.
works for whlcn j    (a.) Tan name, address and ocupa-
suit-Ition of  the  applicant Is  Horace  Wil-
Th.-   pre-jllauison,     442    Westminster
be j Vancouver,   11. C.
(b.)  The  name  of  ths
,KU, iifilitiing;
.*! ,i���ht  beat and power are
fe 5 avail iti     The   v-
avenue
plying for  the  whole Island, containing CU acres more or less.
JOHN JOHNSON.
Per S.  H. KORD, Agent.
Dated June 6ti. 1909.
��� l.i,!,  the water Is  to
i situated a' or near high tide i    ib.j Tne name of the lake, stream
, ih   mouth Of the river,  (g)   (il  unnamed,  the description)  is    un-
������YIY f"r w"irl' lhe waU'r ,8'k,l0Wn. rlfi,1K 'o L��t 210, running in     District of Ooast  Range One
ta Sis to geneme electric pow- a aoutherly  and    westerly    direction    Take nodoe that James Watton oi
lil ml ' ���������   tor "action,  light-  through District  Lot 144, Burnaby.      |Vancouver, B. C, occupation   fanner
' beidng   w inufacturing  and    all ,    (c.) 1he point of diversion is about 'Intends to apply for permission to pur-'
' ..'.., indu ���   ii or other purposes|400   feet   south   of a stake marked -base the following described lands:
.'.' ..   applied,    (li  ir,Hbick one (l) in the northwest cr-     Commencing at a post planted on
���ater la to  sod for power or  ner of District Lot 111. Ithe  northeast   shore  of    Owl   island
ifning purpos' I scribe the place id.) Th,. quantity <>f water applied Dated June 6th 1909. Applying for
L ,),,. watei is to be returned to tor (in cubic feet per second) is two the whole Island, containing 160 acres
natural channel, and the differ-, i.i. ^nore or 1 ess.
In altltud   between point of di-:    ,e.) The character of the proposed JAMES watso.n,
��� aud  point   of    return.     The  works   is  to   run    power    machinery Per  S.  H.  KORD, Agent.
Kris to be returned to river near.and electric    dynamo,    domestic    or     Dated June Gth, 1909
L_ nl same, and difference of ele-   rrigatlnj. . .	
CJjbetween point ot diversion aad (f.j The premises on which thv
htot return :: about 3u0 feet. (]) water is to be used is known as Hlock
L of Crown land rnt-ndel to be one (1), two (2) and sixteen (10) in
_pi. by the proposed works win  District Lot 144, Burnaby
BROKE MAN'S LEO
Sudden   Contraction    Snapped    Bones
as   if  They   Had   Been   But
Sticks.
ULLED OFF BIS BEAT
A_D MADE TKUSTEE
WOMEN ARE FAKES
AND LOVERS FOOLS
So
District of Coast Range One.
'lake notice that Bergeta Anderson,
IIntends to apply for permissinn to pur-
Disgruntled   Viennese    Undertook
to Wipe Out All Romance With
a Gun.
Vienna,   Sept.   ���>.���Dr.   Fisher    und
his fiancee were taking a waif in the
environs  of Troppau,   Silesia,   yester-
when  suddenly  they    were con-
New York, Sept. ..���When Freder-
lck Stockholm, an engineer In the employ of the Otis Elevator Co., of Yon-
kers, suddenly fel] beneath a desk at
which he had been standing yesterday
those who thought he had fainted and
had run to aid him found, lo their
amazement, that both hi. legs were
broken.
At St. Johns' Hospital in Yonker.-
his was said to be one of those rare
cases in which a person's limbs are
snapped like toothpicks by the mere
contraction  of  thts  muscles.
Stockholm, who is a giant in stature, was looking over some plans on
.the high desk and was leaning heavily
jOn his right hand. The hand slipp-d
;off the edg.- of the desk, and in making a sudden movement to regain his
(balance, the man came down heavily
jin his feet, the muscular strain break-
ling both right and left femurs���the
former a few inches above the knee,
and the latter close to the bip.
Stockholm is Ga years old, but was
reported to be doing fairly well last
night. The attending physician said
it was one of the most unusual and
interesting cases he had ever observed:
Queer  Adventures  of   a   Grimsby Constable���Was   Hailed   By   Dying
Man.
day,
'ceed    10 acres,    (kl   Thi,  no-j    (g.)  The purposes  for    which    the i��f Vancouver, 11. C., occupation, lady, > tor   was   serious?.
,...  ,,    . |  ..n   the   7th   day   ol   wat.-r is to be    used    nre    douie.-tic. |chase the followlLg described lands:   jchest
fronted   by   a   man,    who     fired
tin-in and then took to his heels.
The girl  was unhurt,  but  the doc-
wounded   In     the
ij .   and application
win   be power, light and Irrigation.
Commissioner   on   tbe      (h.) If  for Irrigation describe
|j|ji,v iif August  1909.    (l) Give land to be    Irrigated���about
Wm addresses of any ri- (12) acres.
Hu proprii v- or licenses who or |    (i.)  If   the  water  is  to  be use,)  for
Uo^ lan-l- a ���  likely to be affected power or mining   purposes   desorlbe
k the proposi : works, either above |the place wtrere the water is to be re
slow t: ���     i let,    It   F.  Dlcklns, turned to som,. natural channel, and
pTineouver. B C Ithe  difference  In    altitude    between
The part of  tha    Memorandum  ot  points  of  diversion  am.)   point of  re-
jiisocia-.ioii ot  tlie Company    which turn,    The   water is  t0  be  returned
Intborized tbe  proposed   application [about  two hundred   (200)   feet below
| works, n ids aa follows: In same channel and about sixtv (60)
(I)  The   o jects  for    which    tnejfeet lower.
ipany la established and to which j.) The area ol Crown lend Intended tbe Company ar�� restricted led to be occupied by the proposed
;_ acquisition of water and water ' work. Is none.
records of unrecorded  wa-|    (U.) This notlc,. was lasted on the
v or by the purchase of waier re-ii|ih day of August, 1909, an.l appli-
M. or water privileges for la) Com: ration  will   be  made    to    the    Com-
feting, operating and maintaining missloner on the 15th day  of    Bep-
blK-rif works,  power  houses,  gener-;tenvl er, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock.
���if plant and such other appliances     <i.) The names and   addresses   of
W convenl I ns    are  necessary any    riparian  proprietors or licensees
p_d proper I      lie generating of elec ;who or w|1030 lands are likely to be
Btlty. or e power, or any other affected   by   the    proposed     works,
pOfii. ..i   I-.'        1   power,    and    for either above or below  the outlet are
Krv' me io be ui_d b>'  ihe Crown. H. B.    Scott.    Vancouver,
|the Cnmpiin.-.  or by  persons or com- md E,  Pakhman, Vancouver,
otracting with the company! HORAC.  WILLIAMSON,
��, as   i  motive power for thei '442   Weetminstnr   avenue.   Vancou-
Bn       Of     otors,     machinery   or ver, B. C.
|��Iff-.- other works or to , ���   .
tpplied        the  Company  to  con-
j    Commencing  at  a  post   planted   in l    After  some    difficulty    the   police
the |he bay at northwest corner of Maud succeeded    in    tracing the    criminal,
twelve 'Bland,  the largest island in  the  ln- Aho  proved  to   be  a  certain    Josef
dian  group.      Dated June Gth   1909. piewager.   He declared   that by pro-
Applying  for  the   whole  island,   oon- fession he was a "romance hater."
taining 6 > acres1  more or less SilU:(. he had been  jilted bv ��� ���._,
BBROETA KNUtrRBON, BOIllt  time ugo be ha(,   mad           hig
Per  S.  H.  KORD, Agent.
Dated June Gth. 1909.
London, 61 pt. 2��� Many as an- ihe
queer adventures that befall policemen, it is doubtful if any officer has
ever had a more odd or weird experience than that through which a
Grimsby   constable   has   just   passed.
At midnight on Friday last the officer was passing the house of a septuagenarian named Francis Jeffrey,
when ht, heard the old man hail hini
from the l*droom window. The policeman entered the house and found
Jeffrey alive. The septuagenarian
stated feebly that he felt he was dying. Seeing that the old man was
genuinely ill, the constable sent for
a nurse and a doctor.
But, Insisting that his deatli was
near at hand, the patient lade the
constable -it down, and after giving
him tlie address of relativi-s, he dictated his will, finishing by creating
the policeman trustee of the estate
and impressing on him the duty of
carrying out testator's wishes.
Having completed this task, the old
man died, despite the efforts of the
police   surgeon   who   attended   him.
Death was undoubtedly due to the
effects of grief on an enfeebled constitution, for a few days ago, he
awoke early in the morning to find
his aged wife dead by his side, and
since then he had been inconsolable.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C., occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to   purchase   the  following   described
'"commencing at a post  planted  ln I.  *",ewa8<'r has bei'n see'  tu an aS>'
a small  bay on north shore of Bend         	
mind  to  pursue  all  engaged   couples
I and  avert  their    marriage  either by
'killing or by persuasion.
His  excuse   for  attacking   Dr.   Fisher is that he does not    know    him
j personally,  and  would   probably   not
have   succeeded   in   convincing   h.m
.that  all  women    are false and    that
all lovers are fools.
Windsor   H?te!.
S-  Sutherland,  Vancouver,
G. Cushing. South Middleboro, Mas
Frank E. Street, Seattle.
R.  J.  Russell,  Todd  Inlet.
C S. Herdman, Olds, Alta.
E.   J.   Whelan     and     wile
Landing-
J. Porte, Pitt Lake.
A. D.  Paterson,  Ladner.
T.  Campbell,  Ladner.
S. J. Moore, Toronto.
D.   R.  Cooper,   SUverdale.
DRUNKEN   ITALIAN   WOUNDS
COMPANION   IN   BRAWL
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, ej:.-. lining &0 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June Gth, 1909.
TURKS AND MONTENEGRINS
FIGHT PITCHED BATTLE
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Adolph u. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends to apply for permis-
scribed lands'. . ,       . ,      ���
sion to purchase    _��e    following de- ^.rtedp   "ST"^, w'i hT'n
rv.���.���_������i.,-    .  .   .,- *   ,,i������i���j   ���.  battle were five Turkish won
Pera, Sept. 2���The culmination of
the border affrays between Turkish
troops and the Montenegrins occurred near Cusink. a city in Turkish territory, where a pitched battle was
fought, according to advices received
here today.
There   are   heavy   losses   on    both
Russell   Hotel.
Jos.  M. Levy,  Portland.
C. H. Walker, Vancouver.
W. A. Cale, Langley.
S- H. C. Muir, Montreal.
A. C. Flumerfelt, Victoria.
W.   H.   Hargrave,   Vancouver.
H.  Davidson,  Vancouver.
A.  B. Townley    and  wife,
ver.
C. M- Lindsay, Winnipeg.
Geo. C. Brymer. Toronto.
A. H, Ingram. Montreal.
Thos. Flynn. Fraser Mills
St.  Jolm,   N.B.,  Sept. 2���A  desper-
I ate   affray   occurred   this     morning ,
1 ate shooting    affray    occurred     this
morning,  about 1 o'clock,  in  McDon-
Green's [aid's camp, near Plaster rock, on the
line of thB G.T.P., whin Samuel Policy, an Italian boss, shot James Cor-
!man, an Englishman, in the abdomen,
tlie bullet piercing the man's bowels.
Dr. Coffin and Dr. Taylor, of Plaster
Rock,  and Dr.  Puddlngton, of  Grand
(Falls,   as   the   ��_ult   of   a   consultation, decided to operate in the hope
of   saving   Comau's   life.    At   a   late
jhour  tonight  they    had    .but    slight
j hopes of success-
It appears that after dinner the two
men, who had been drinking, got into
an -altercation and fought. Corman
getting the better of ihe Italian, the
Vancou- -jatter retreated towards the bunk-
bouse, got a l!2-calibre revolver and
fired at liis antagonist, who, throwing
:up his hands, fell to the ground with
a groan.
Policy made no attempt to escape,
and threequarters of an hour after
the. shooting he was arrested by Constable Albert Broad, who hurried him
���s for I ��� .mi; or as a motive
���lor pr lng tramways, or for
Idrivinc hauling, lifting, pumping,
I ."���'-    - smelting,  drilling
��ti oil       01   for  any  other opera-
Wom ii w may be adapted or
Jto he ui s'i;yllrd for or in con
|T"       v oiler   purposes for
Hhioh elect]       '   or   electric
I El:/
LAND ACTS.
J.P. Missir.j;  $800 Short.
Rama, Sask., Spi.  2.���J   B. Russell
J.P.,  Bcretary-treasurer of the school  to Andover, where he was plated in
sides and a number of wounded have  district, has beeit missing some little jail. rt.
d in the  time, and his accounts show a short-1 	
,   ,      ,   ,.���,,.,��� .....   ,.��..   ,���.,,..-.,  ..omen, who  age of 1800. He came from Winn peg i
Commencing  at a post  Planted  on  ^ ^ ^^  __.  ^^    ._t_  _*__, J^ ^ 0n,  ���victim���   ,.  A|iye_
nr   en-cine   power
^iri(R;::::^ ^ ���'-��"������ ��������������������������
pY application nnd dis-
rttlniti.il !... ,, ting dams, increasing
1���     -I   if ;n    an'v   existing
Y    ' or extending the ar.>a
Y" '' the waters of any
I stream, pond ., lake into any otaer
Hnanne] nr channels, laving or v-rect-
fv m Hn, Hume, pipe or wire
KOnstnicl 11;. ftnj raceways, reservoir,
j aqueduct    elr, wheel,    building,
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 nn north shore of Berry ls-
Appiy-
ng  for  the   whole  island,   oontalning
100 acres more or less
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.   II.   FORD.  Agent.
Dated  June 4th, 1909.
Waukesha,   Wis.,     Sept.   2.���Frank
X.   Reiding-er.   who  was  supposed   to
the north shore of Crib Island.    Dated
I^^I'IutSYI '"JS ^rSenSs^pened hostilities |
mor    n    les* by firing upon the Turks, according to      Lifebuoy  Soap    Is    delightfully  re-  have been a victim of Mrs. Belle Gun-
or  ' "��� JOHNSON llle   despatches.    Armed   forces    are  freshing for    Bath or  Toilet    in  hot  n_ss  at. Laporte,  Ind.,    is alive    and
' '       ' * now facing each other on the frontier weather.      For   washing    undercloth-  well   on   a   farm  near  Freeport,   Ne
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
New  Westminster   Land   District,  District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    ln-
1 tends to apply for permission to purchase  the  following  described  lands:
i Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1469, thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
and It is expected that a decisive bat- ing it is  unequalled.
tie will be fought. purifies.
Cleanses
and braska, according to a letter reeeivd
**   from  him  today.
District  of  Ooast   Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, or  thence north  to coast, thence follow
Vancouver,,    B.    C, oceupatlon, lady, ling  the coast line    to  point  of com-]
or Intends to apply for permission to pur- jniencement.
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..........
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i Our New Clubbing Offer
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Otter erection or work which may he, chase the following described lands:
iKlulred In connection with the lm-1 Commencing at a post planted on
Provpm.ni and use of the said water'the nortii shore of KlaoHsIs Island, a
Mil ivai,.r power or by  altering   re- imall  Island  south  of  Turner  lsiand.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
ihe whole lsiand, 40 acres more or
ess.
DORA ANDERSON.
Par S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th. 1909.
, or bv altering, re-
| -newing. extending, improving, repalr-
��I nr nialntH'.nlng  anv such  works,
or any, ,ar, thereat
VANCOUVER   POWER   CO'Y..   LTD.
(Stature,   p.   Hj  w<  Ho e     A_  B.
��"<-.. Directors
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(Seal of il,
Ltd.]
Annvrong, Secretary.
Address, Vancouver, B-O.
Vancouver Power Co'jr.,
LAN.   REGISTRY   ACT.
��� IY ' that an application has
���'    1; register  Annls   Ryder
sal  V"; '    '      'taph, under a' tax
Stt >������ A. Fletcher to
tAY'-     ��� ���   ''"'���'���'I"'
2YA "'���'   l,r��ml_eB iiiuai
?A b<11' the
IY' ' ���    '���' !l"-' Pr<"��nce of Brit-
know,; ''    "����    Particularly
UhK-k 1 tieserlbed    as  Lot   2i,
���    .    . 16 and 17, Block
'��� Iti and  17, Block
date  the  l.th
1906, of all and
pan-el  or tract
.  lying
district  of     New
4; Lot. 1
Lets 1 5
G;
1 8 91.    ' l. '"Hl -"��� Blo(--k 9; Lots
8 16 in N?dm7, ?l0^k 10: ^ 1. 8-
1��*.     ���  Vu'"'"'.   X'f  UH8 4- 5. ��.
'""k 13;  Lota 1
8, ��, 16
9, 16 and
and 20, Block
16 and 17, Block 18;
all  subdivisions  of
Lots 10, U, 12, 13,
���� -'A\;A'IA   ,K.  B���u��>aiviBlon of
31 ud   Z.iiMA 24' 2r,'2��-27'
'���10,1W .V ^��<B 2.3, 4, 5,0,
,' U., IB 18, 19 and 20,
16 an_ v  . " HI,-lck ���'��� L��t.
anil 1-   , , R '-'.   imi
A.l"'K '"������ ^��ts i
*'��� Lota 1, 8  '���
^ot 6,  Block   _i
^203, Group
H mm li
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that  John    Olsen, of
Vanoouver, B. C., occupation, farmer,
Intends  to   apply   for   permission   to
purchase
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
bay at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole lsiand, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLBBN,
Par S.  H.  FORD, AgenL
Dated June 6th. 1909.
WIIaFRID DOITC.ALL,
Per 0. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
.
Re part (1 acre) ot southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of eer11-,^*
flcate of title number 1757a. issued In  Jg
the name of William Oleson, has been
filed ln this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
appiv   ,or   pe,������s_���u   ,��� .the date of the first P��Mlcatlm here-
th��    fnllnwlna     described of In a daily newspaper published ln
the    following      uescriii.ni^ ^ ^ ^ -Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said c-rtlficate unlesB
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Und   Registry  Offlce.    New  West-
ninster, B. C, August 2, 1909.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vanoouver, B. C. occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore ln a small bay on
Compton lsiand. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applying for the whole island,
containing 80 acres more or 'ess.
RALPH JACOBSON.
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
Hlock
1. 8,
1:1 W"_ 'ni U!��.k 15;  Ll)ts 4. 5, 12,
5M. Groun 1   1  ;'��� ""division ot Lot
I^II: .v1^ 4,of Lot
��� Oil ii,.,,)   ., ,  , '
,lmlvr and6an      ��g lhrou��u or
a"y int
tu
'��� of
'    '   '���-' Hie
any
persons  claiming
said land by vir-
Dlstrlct of Ooest Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter, Intends ��o apply for permission to purchase the following oe
scribed lands: ,���_��.__,���
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound tslanit.
Dated, June 4th. 1909.     Applying tor
���   ���-������-    .   .-��� the whole lsiand, containing 80 acres
red   instrument, more or less.
Ul"|ng any Inierest! JACOB JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
COAL
New Wellington and
Banff Anthracite.
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Successor to
Mayers * Preston
Off Ics, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 106.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILT  1TEWS.
"IDAY, SEPTEMEER 3
NOTICE
If there is anything
in Groceries or
Crockery that you
want WE HAVE
IT. We handle the
best in every line,
and also have the
largest and best
line of Groceries in
town.
Satisfaction is the
thing everyone desires, and you will
certainly get it
while dealing with
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
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LOOK
See our fine assortment of Door
Mats  and   the  prices.
Everything for the garden at Tidy's
phone 184. ������
A  number of hands will  be needed
jat the Fruit Cannery.   Phone 515.
Dr. J. D. Oarnble , optician. Is at 625
Columbia street, Room  15, every Fri
day.
203-2
* *
X Anderson & Lusby !
\ COLUMBIA STREET. ���
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witchozef Cream
We also hava all  kinds of complexion   creams   and   skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
D.   Burns,   of   Barneston   island.   18
reported   to     have    disposed   of   his ;
ranch there to J. Cameron, of Bapperton,
If  you  are  looking  for a  nome  in
jthe city or for a location  to build in
|the suburbs, call on'the Settlers' As-.
soclation of B. C-, Begbie strvt.  They \
have several good properties for sale '
either tor cash or on easy terms. 198-6.
W.  A.   Grieshack,  an  ex-Mayor  of j
'Edmonton, was in the city yesterday, j
J. A. Sexsmith, M. P. for East  Pe
tenboro,   was   ln  tlie  city   yesterday
j while on a visit ti. tlie coast.
A carload of first-clnss dressed
I meats received over the C. P. Kml-
'way.    P. Burns & Co. 203
Kor first-class cut Mowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Creenhouse, K.bS.
Starting Saturday, August 21, ue
B. C. Electric city and Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for tha accommodation of the New Westminister people attending the horse races
at .Minoru park, Lulu island. Th.
lasi Sapperton car will leave the of-
fice at 11:30 p.m., and tlie city car at
, 11:20 p.m. *��
Bin-gain    days at  P.
Friday and Saturday.
Burns   &  Co.,
21)11
Good
Pay
means good work���
good work means good
training. We give the
finest training possible
in stenography and
book keeping. Our
night school begins
on Wednesday even,
ing, S.pt. 15th, for the
purpose of offering
opportunities of study
to young men and women employed during
the     day. Students
may enter our classes
at any time and take
such subjects as they
may select.
No one should  hesitate  to   ;nter.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
61 O Columbia Street
TRADE
Owner will tradi for good farm land
improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New Westminster. Splendid view. I
Monthly rental $25. Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS
OF COURT BLOCK, VANCOUVER.
The marriage look place on the
vening of Wednesday, September 1.
nf VV. S. Stevenson, son of R. Stevenson, of this city, tnd Miss Elizabeth
Justice of Vancouver. The ceremony
took place in Vancouver, Rev. Mr.
McLeod officiating.
Buy orchard lands while they an-
cheap and become independent, \v>
are th�� official agents of The Western
Home uud Improvement Co., Ltd. Lei
u.s tell ymi about their choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite and
j fruit district along the line of tli.
IB. C. Electric Chilliwack llne and V.
V. A. E. Cloverdale io Sumas Haiiway
IThis section excells in the production
of all fruits. Come at once while '1"
best lands are selling cheap and let u-
Bbow you this section at our expense.
We can sell flve, ten, fifteen an:
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms. i\
J. Hart & Co., Ltd. **
Mr. Voisey and Mis_ Sten-itt, both
of the siaff of the provincial hospital
for the insane, were married at Knox
church, Sapperton, by Kev. Mr
Thompson on Wednesday September 1.
Mrs. Catherine Corbett, of East
Delta, a native of Ireland, who has
recently lived with friend, at this
place, died on Wednesday at the agi
of 65 years. She will be buried to
day at  Boundary  Bay  cemetery.
The signatories to the application
for a public meeting to discuss tne
Coquitlam dam project have asked
for a meeting on September 10, with
copies of the correspondence relative
to the negotiations between the Van
couver Power Company, the city, and
the respective governments,
A special me.-ting of the local
Council of Women has been called
for ibis afternoon at li o'clock for the
consideration or important business-
There were 1!) births during August registered at the court house,
and 25 deaths. Only seven marriages
are recorded, but thiy is not a fair
showing, for many of tlie ministers
do not turn in their marriages until
the need of  the quarter.
What Grade of Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1,25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you ���and guarantee them, too.
TECUMSEHS MAY
RELEASE  WHITEHEAD
A Toronto item says: Lawson
Whitehead, for several years spare
man for the Tecumsehs, we-s given
hi's     release     yesterday. lie     has
played In very few games this season,
but was known as one of the most
consistent players al practice, being
out regularly, rain or shine. The
dropping of Whitehead makes It look
as if the Indians tire going to pursue
a new policy of bringing more younger players into the club.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Rage   Restores   Speech.
s La  Crosse,   Wis.,   Sept.   2.���Bpeecb
less tor forty years, George Purdy be
came  enraged   by  attacks  upon   the
Masonic order, of whlcb he is a mem-
be, by John Beach,'head of a rellg.
Ious organization known as Born
Agains. thai be recovered his speech
and denounced Beach In vigorous language. He also severely chnatised
the Kev.  Mr.  Beach.
THE NEW SHOE STORE
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
Jim . .
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
********************************n*************^*^m**
j Snaps in Lots j
* z
, ._���_   HSL* 3?UBLE CORNER-5 MINUTES TO 8IXTH ST. CAR     *
LINE;  $225;  TERMS. *
_r_MT^0,!,S,!!_    TWELFTH STREET CAR   LINE-66x145   FEET;     I
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS. I
2 LOTS, NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;  TERMS. t
Program changed Monday, Wea
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
-:.HI  p.  in.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further       i
particulars apply to ���
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd,
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IK NEW, THE BEAUTIFUL, IN WAISTS FOR rALL
What will be most popular for Fall in Waists?
This question is best answered by a visit in person to our displav. It is practically needless for
us to annonnce that this Fall will be a great sea-
sqn for Waists. The great popularity of the
cleverly-styled Two-Piece Suits is responsible
for this.
OUR DISPLAY HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH UNUSUAL CARE, AND
YOU WILL NOTE ITS OUT OF THE
ORDINARY APPEARANCE IMMEDIATELY. COLORS ARE QUITE
POPULAR, BUT THE STYLE AND
COLOR RANGE IS SO BROAD THAT
EVERY ONE MAY PLEASE THEIR
FANCY.
Our Waist Section will be thronged daily with
shoppers eager to see the new styles. We suggest that you come early-don't delay your visit.
These remarkably handsome early styles will be
quick to go. Come while the display is at its
best. Many designs in many other wearables
for women are also here waiting to charm with their originality of i
their splendid style effects.    Prices are extremely modest
^sign and
New Silks
Colored taffetas, I right m
finish and rich In tune effects, colors are gun-mettle, mushroom, steel mulberry, wine, moss, catawba, reseda, saxe purple, navy, pink.
champagne, myrtle; 21 inch.
per yard
75c, 90c, $1.10
Women's Dresses
designed  f"r      ' rnoon reception an(| othi ���  dn   . ������
caslon showing princess and
semi     princess    modi
silks, Brussels v t. Point de
Mull with silk 11
dainty   shades;   white   pink,
sky and mam-       PrlceB.
$10.00 to $22.5(1
The New Corset
Models
Present day styles or
dress n..ed not worry any
woman who desires that her
dresses may have the fashionable appearance necessary. Among Ihe newest
styles of corsets are those
that tend to lengthen the
waist of stout women; other
designs tend toward giving
form necessary In the slighter figures. Those In cliarg''
of the Corset Section will
carefully explain the features peculiar to the new
models in "Nemo Corsets"
for stotn women. A La
Grace Corset for slight and
medium figures. Our prices
prevent no woman from obtaining corsets to suit. We
cater to all purses. Pries
per pair
75c to $6.50
"Pirle" Finish
Satin Cloths
The stamp "Pirle Finish"
on a fabric Is a guarantee of
Its geniiin- worth. Materials with a satin finish are
exceptionally strong for this
Beason, We feature a cloth
at $1.00 per yard as worthy
of more than passing mention. Shown In navy, Copenhagen, peacock blue, ca-
tawba, rosenwood, bronze,
myrtle, brown, grey and
taupe; 41 inches wide, Per
yard
$1.00
SHOWING   A   VARIETY OF
DAINTY   WAISTS   FOR
ALL OCCASIONS.
In whll,. and i cr i net with
colored silk trlnimi .
pure and silk Insertion;
sleeves tucked and Bberred,
sllk-ilned, fasti ned back or
front; sizes 32 to 42 Prices
from
$4.50 to $15.0(1
DIAGONAL   WEAVES
SUITINGS.
���Mlnch    costume    materials,
in fi 1-2 Inch length    shades
of   navy,   brow n   a   I   n"-1'"
A suliing material i
fashion   prediction ate
''immense    pop. o lus
trous and of worsted ti
One suit of   a  Ci
length
Per
$8.75
Pretty Blouse Waists
for Dressy Wear
in plain satins all the popular shades
for the coming season In black, reseda,  brown,  navy.      Prices
$7.5010 $8.50
Dutch Collars in
Neckwear Section
Very latest with five or six polnl
effects and  ligbi   lace collars of nt
and   lace.       Prices.
75c, $1.00, $1.25
Pongee Silk
Smart effect, in stri|>od pongee silk
natural colors, wiiii blue and green
stripes; will make a very effective
blouse waist; 27 Inches wide, per
yard
85c
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