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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES &
*     e,.,   u/_bTMINSTER,   E
:yj   WESTMI
CO.
B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SK3LES & CO.
260 Colurrbia St.    Phone 3a.
!'���     >. r,J-
NKW  WESTMINSTER, I). C, FRIDAY  MORNING   SEPTEMBER  1".
1909.
FIVE CENTS
��� :.py.
[W BUILDINGS
IPPROACH COMPIETION
POLICE _M_I.SI._EK!>
WILL MEET DEPUTATION
STRINGENT
MEAT INSPECTION
a-
______  Officers     of       Citizens       Temperance
,  HalldSUme   Blocks  Oil!       League  Invited to Meet Board-
i  rer'II  O      aa ' May   Buy  Pa*-ro|   Wagon
)lumbia Street Will Soon
he Ready For Occupancy.
,\  meeting  of   the   pollc
sloners was held yesterday afternoon.
The  principal   matter  taken   up  i on
ci itied   the  application  o|   offl
the Citizens' Temperance  Lea
a conference with  the com
with reference to the social evil ques-
Ided
Dominion Government Veterinary Inspector-General
Issues Statement of Views
COOH CLAIMS IHAT
HE HAS ALL PROOFS
,��� mess section  of  the    city
v   ,  greai   ex
'"",b|
:  i   'i iuh1   largely tlon i:i ,|ljs city.     The board d
progi    ���-���  Inau Up0n  Monday  afternoon  next
council. Invite    also
I. il.  Ruth rford,
arj   director   general  and   live
tor the Dominion
... h ��� ha    : iti Ij   started a
cm     I i er ol  dis-
��� ani for thi   purpose ol   hu-
1 ol.ee    Maglsti ,        ptloD|  and   Ahn
Maintains That He Reached |
Nortii Pole, But ^Refuses
to Argue With Peary.
CEHTIFItATtb FOB RAILS ADVAfclE
IMUJUNK PUPILS     MARD cltJWA[|(
i 	
Board  of  School   Trustees  Decides  to ' 	
Grant  Diplomas to Full  Graduates       Woi'lv is Proceeding  Rapidly
of  This   Department.
At  the regular monthly meeting of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     tho board   of school   trtl.-de,..  li. I
Cop nhagen, Sepl ; have heen! terday   evning.      Mr.   Nelson,  princl
cn the New B. C. E. R.
Extension.
to the North  I'
[  heard  of I id..   _
Bess,   ii   lo- :.
pole, I    v.   .    him,
Cook  Has  Facts.
��� I am      .I'-
io   IV
souev tting   fi n,i his
on the matter:
l|     tl."
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   I
_���_���_���_���_���_^_^m^f} I
o lii '.i the woi Id. In dug i oui bi
I shall be , repai ed ma publii
an anno jnc meni
jeeeU_li- ���""���'   ":" 1""li'."' i""1'1    '">   Solicitor   McQuarr _l  .ldvocat, ,   tahUshment" of muni- land  workedout  observations
i in.-  w'ni ai- ,he chief of police terhouses.ha    Issued the the joint tribunal
r fourth in    tn<       -|-|i(, Walworth-Rol ton Co., Ltd., . -        '...-    ��_--   .-.-1
���'* be n com Vancouver    ubm tted  a
patrol   wagon    coi ling    al
Bin Firm Coming, The   matter   will   receiv,    furthi
I    rinlshi d amlnatioc   b< fore   a   recommi ndanon
0r, ,   are   oeing is made to thi   cltj  c mncll.
r-'"';                 - the neai ruture.;    Applications for    iiositlon
*>*" j  bj twen force, and a number ol minor mi
. u thn ah I"; --1 h- . ame  befor    the commission, rn,      A
��� bj   the  WH- letter trom .1.  1)   Taylor,  M   P
in   about   two plaining  of    th   coi lm     ...    I iffl ���
. ,-        leased   by Townsend    ai  Queen arising
| foi   Slocan, and dm  ol   the  enforcement   ol   the rules
I ..    I  ..'      ,1 ,.il        ,    ...I.II.Hl V....
aid when   pal of the manual training department [iwacli   ,���.;ln,h  ���,- ,,���.  ,,   ,.   Blectrlo
s suo-loi   th. citj   schools  waited  upon  the railway ls being pushed at th   present
"'" tei     with ..     ig -   tion  to th,   ef- yme  vvjIh  Breater  energy  and   vigor
1    tificate.    b i   to than   ,.,,.,   ,���,,,,,.   .������,  graduaUj
'  o .       identg who ha\ ted a various connecting  links   beneath the
t in. _ j       course in manual 11   nil I ortion    all i d     - raa d
_____l i-ll    fl,,.    111.,    Rta��a1    ���.,�����_   tl.alr
In  oi        tha    they
i       [agi le ilture  ai   Ot! iwa   lispi la       .       . II tai re i   n ic_
ed on       I       be authority of ol   the   fa< ���������..... .   i   the
Meal   and  Canned   Goods   act,  a  pole.      Bui   knowing   thai   i  am
measure   which   received   the     Royal and   that   i prevail,   1   wlll
ubiiin   ,'.
.!,.   prorogation  of  purlin-
a   J 1..     L907,   ind   came   Into
Ion on s- pt no.-! 3 of that J - ar,
Inspection  of  Meat.
ntlm< ni   In     E ir ipd
pori   trade  bo  baron ro id similar pro-
________________���______________>  -,���-,���.,'   ������>������������'"- thai Hi    Meat and Cainv.1 ��� I
thai   Karl Grey would  laj   the corner--
IMA,, C   H.   Reeves   1. LAY   THE  CORNERSTONES cu...   in    .-.,..:...  . ^hthis
J company, Wd ia ftr-1   ntiment,  and  chieflj   with   th    ob-
everal of the high-      0ttawa   0n(     Sep,    ,,._,,   wag an   ������ "   ��<   preserving   our   valuable   ex-
...V     Initio   Muck <->aUlw_,    ""'-.    ���.    I". " Tinrt   trjiri..   lm     uriin   ;
 ���  '^''.'"' .n   I',   nounced  al   Oovernmeni   Hou ,   I    ay
I elug placed  in the "Wia-jthal  Karl 0lvv would lav th(1 COrner-
Tand th "���     ��� l"~ Install-
.  and wi ll light-
. mtage i" shoppers.
... Richmond   wlll   occupj     the
n tl]   extn _|   i- fl of the bluck
, a   fitted   i .peciallj
une trade    Messrs.!
|al and B customs   brokerB
i   offlc. opening ou
| ours   lu   a  l'-w   days,
. ... [ :,   . Is divided Into busi-
.  .   .-  ol   winch  hav,.   al-
po "ken.
N:w Hotel Going  Up.
lidjoiDi'iit the Burr block, a  three
V. elng erected, for use
fab '   W alki r.   Tho build-
auz built on the site of a
iw; block | -st roved in the Hg
���cud tbi material from ihe old
���Us w..i be "o.i in the construction
| o vj concreto Qoor t(�� khe
leni The block will he
I - . a concrete founda-
t a space dl by ',<' feet,
. :.    will   be   fitted   with
��� . aid  rn:unda,   dining   room   17
'���. 'Ml      ; bar     The first floor
Jail hav- ^ large  siitaii; room,  and
1. 111. u,���;.���;���  floor sonie  forty  toed-
Vms.   A  back   entrance   will   give
stones for the new legislativ, build
iiiKs' of Alberta and Saskatchewan al
Edmonton on the 1st, and al Regina
on the 1th of October,
Upon ;ii,. return of his ' xcellency
io Ottawa, Ooi. Sir .lohn Uanbury-
Williams, secretary to the ^"V| mor-
general, will resign his position and !U0.V.,.?,v ��
leave Canada, bavlng been appointed
brigadier general tti charge of the u('"
ministration   Scottish   command.
;.vsc'd. ^^	
���With the view of clearing up any joying Peary "had "denounced" hmT "as
���  tanding    which   mav    exist.,....',..? *
propi i-   ' me   mj   full
_��_���._��� ���    ��.-   =������ ���>.  and   prepar-
may   hav   som       ';  :";'  ":"  Bteel  are    elnS made-
thing   to ai    they   have   full; Nev  Steam   Dred._:s.
i   .     red  the work  ol   I ������   oo >-'<' effon is being .pared to hasten
Th -     oi    va    i ���   idered   bj   ""' wor*' an" each we k finds more
men wd more machinery Bern to the
oval. Step will-be taken to "'","' '"" f'S1 ���':l'1 PerhaPa mosl
bave the certlfi. U mad out, and "^<"'"< addition to th equipment
to   make   owov,     | lng   their  U'1S YY       ""      ''"' '"''  '
Btory to ���...   court o| lasi  resorta
people "i   ihe  wo H^^
i his  Is   ;i    v. ...   Di    Fr
n
Cook  mad,-  tonight    to Command :
Pearj.
i omlng Bo quickly upon other
dramatic incidenl ol the wi ek, Com-
iv,vi.-: Pearj's dispal ��� lng thai
Dr. Cook bad aril-- vl th, .. imph
for which ii,- hai been 1 aud honored  In   Coyennai         b bi   n   read
awanj ton  steam  dredges  wer    Benl  out  In
Mis.  Godscn,  of  iv   , aff  of    th    B.ct'on ,and ������'���'':'[ '" the south end
A |Central   sUicol,   asked   permission   to ol lUv Sl!,,na3 i��ralrl? wh'''�� the>' are
teach 'he girls of her class sewing. now   w��'Unf-    grading    the rtght-of.
The suggestion wag considered a %  *'ay-, . ' h" '''"'' ,   :l;'   a:i -nnovatlon
one and  the  required  permission  wil- 'n   '!:'-   w0Jk-    They  consist    ol     a
ii. ,,. ��� ,,-.. n.-avy   wooden   foundation,    equlpp .1
The complaints of overcrowding in wIth d��nke5  engine ;n;| dredg.ng ap-
the primary  department  of th,   Lord Pa���tu_   a  ca   ,    ittach, I to a  dead
Kelvin  school  were  consld r. I,  Prin- man sunk ahead en lng the machine
cipal    Canfield   of    the school  being t0  be  h;iuled  alonS  b>   meaQs  ot   il
1 "���''    :'   "' ' !  "'  ���AAnlZ'llniY with  t_3Wt'rusI��s drum as the work  Pro��eeds-   Two of
here with  feelings oi amaz men,  and  ^����J YYY     YlII YI���,  '"."   P����ent   machines   are  equipped
i:,   the   public  m'nd   as   to   the  exact
nature of the legislation under which
   Inspec
is  conducted,  the   following  explana
chauK-1 I tb. ^^^^^^       ^^^^
__   ���  -���----���-���     ������..      -��� ,__ihe landed  at  Copenhagen.  Ur.  Cook's
the  present   M.-a.   Inspects   bet-Mce |f^^  ^   ^   ^   u>   ^^   ^
most to make a statement for the
public, but h- bad sal I repeat! di..
that all he bad to say for the present
was that he possessed proofs that he
had visited the North Pole on Apri]
.1,  1908.
Battle  Grows  Fierce.
New York, Sept. 9.���The battle for
North Pole honors is now on, aud a
history-making controversy is expected 'by both sides.
Commander Robert E. Peary, whose
claim that he discovered the North
Pole on April 6, 1909, is not doubted
bv any  authority,  is feeling his  way
A little consideration will, I think,
demonstrate the utter impossibility
of .my federal departmenl unl .taking th,. supervision, In all its ramifications, of the local meat trade, in
every town and village throughout the
Dominion.
Municipal   Inspection.
On   the other  band,  under  the provincial  laws,   it   is   quite   possible  for
municipalities to organize, at bul  lu-
tle   cost,   a  thoroughly   effective   svs-
,���,������������ R���.     nr     r_��_""h._.n. i��n tlie matter.      The" whofc qwsUon j th,.��� Presenl   machines   are  equipped
concern. :  ���      Dr.    Look    hlmsell   .,...,,���.,,,.. lpft in ,h    ,,...,.,. ,..' ,.,...,,.   with   ordinary   scoop     buckets,     the
:'   "' Qo wise disturbed.     ;,.. was  Yll ,IlII Illl, ""^   with   a  bucket  of   the  orange-
perfectly cool    and    apparently  un- j ���* Trapp md^ Vice Chairman  Peck pve| (1.scriptiou     One of the dredges
Trustee.   Peebles   reported   thai   he   ha3  a  ��weeP  ��f  10��   fe��-     Inside    a
had  conferred   with    the contractors ln,��,Dth   'wo   "ore   dredges   will    be
the Lord Kelvin school as to the added. ,hes�� lie*",  taken out In Sec-
points at Issue between them and the  tions :md Put together on the ..round
board oi  trustees    and    that he had
1 n  a  b-  to arrive  at  a  satisfactory
adjustment. Tbe       report.      was
adopted
All tl
moved  when confronted tcuight  with
telegrams    from    the    United  States
I
ian impostor.
His d< in. anor has t'ijl
slightesi from the daj
HEARTY RECEPTION
ACCORDED PASTOR:    	
  Jtem of local meat inspection, the ma   u>   ^_
U        n   \\t   d \\-   1 , Ohl��y  being, in  many  cases.  '''r':ldV'down"'tbe'Uibi-a.or "coast in the Arc-
KeV. t. VV. BrOWn Welcomed  provided, and   the  additional  ex|i,ui;v'ic   eJcplorln     ves8e]   Boo6evelt    stop-
.        ,,,     -       lture-   th��1*>��,!   comparatively   small.  pinK   _nlv   ]ong   ^      h   lo   ^k.   on
at Congregational Meeting    The awakening .r the pmiiic con- coal ,ind st;nd diS1,aU.lK,, winch mor_
��jsclenoe on the meat inspection ques- than   intimate    .his   belief    that   Ur.
��� Speeches Of  Greeting        !,,cel mieht reasonably bo expected aslTrrerierick   A.   Cook   did   not   discover
,lk:n might reasonably be expected as
a   result  of  adoption,   by  the  f��d< ral
  government, of a policy of Inspection
of maats for export and Interprovln
Some  weeks  ago the  congregation clal   trade,  and  the    agitation    now
of  Queen's   Avenue  church  assembled   making   itself   felt   In   many     ol     the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       centres of population  throng li
fe---��� oi trom Clarkson st. ���  -. ��� -----   -   ���     ���_  ,.    ...    ,,    ,
Che wesi     le ol   the  block  provi-.to  bid   farewell   to   the    H-v   W    a. larg
��bas been made tor a store twi nty Har.aclo.i-_,    upon    Ins    removal to
item  (eel    rh,  foundation work Sarnia,  last    evening    they had the
v    -      Is almost  completed and pleasure  of   welcoming   the   new   pas-j
. the flrsl story has tor, Rev.    C.  W.   Brown,   and Mrs.
.commenced " Brown.       This  Service   had   been   de-,
.    .,      .    . _.    , layed  owing  to  th0   holidays.       HOW-1
Another Bus.neaa  Block. ^Y u   ^"eared   none   the   less   wel-
At the co:-:.- i ol Church and Colum- comp for ,|,e far, ,]KU m,-. Brown ^as
lit_��. . ,.,���-.  ...  ,.....���. ,.���i���  f���, be(n  acUng     pMtor     f()l.  mme   uim.
The schoolroom had hem prettily
decorated, where the proceedings
were held.
ln spite of the bad weather the attendance was satisfactory. mos. Of
the church officers being present.
Rev Professor Hetherlngtcu, of Columbian   College,  occupied   the   chair
;- ���'-��� lock i.s being built for
(van; B. Deans of Vancouver, the
i-r,-r of th.- racing yacht, Alexandra
m Doildiug will consist of two stor-
arnl :i asement, to provide for
Wh required much heavy excava-
��into th.. sidehlll of the adjoining
t>���e. The foundation, of ooncrete,
as been finished and the first story
1 Wng raised.    The block will    \>\
(Continued on  Page Three).
RAILWAY WIZARD
HAS PASSED AWAY
Frederick   A.   Cook   did   not   discover
the pole on April  21,  1908.
P��ary Has Full Details.
Peary   and   his   party  are  expected
to   U*id   at   Sydney,   N,   S.,  and  come
from there by rail  to New York.    By
iContinued  on   .age   Six).
The block will    be and brklflv  introduced    the speakers.
|   t Pitt Lake brick and will be H    rea(J .,��� apology    from the yres'-
'! lor occupation   by   the end of d(>m of conference.  Rev.  .lames Cai-
)-ear.    Th..  whole   of   the   upper yorU
E. H.  Harriman Died at His Home at
Arden  Yesterday���Stomach  Trouble  the Cause.
lead
the      	
-����r will be occupied by the Wstmm-
j,r..clul) '���'"    Ung   much   more  com-
podlous quarters than those now  in
.  The v  mad  floor  will .. _  dlvld-
large stores, all of which
..- a    The contractor
_,r Ih   : ��� - i   Cowan   ami C Al-
|��n is th, |, ;
POR CRUELTY   TO   HORSE.
|W  E. B
'rajden  Must  Pay  For Havin
l-cft  Animal   to   Starve.
Addresses  of Welcome.
New York, Sept 9-���B. H. Harriman died at his home in Arden, N. Y.,
ai 3-36 this afternoon.
Judge  Lovett,  a  close  friend    and
  ._. members of the board were
pr, sen; with the exception of Truste
Loree.
w.
GRAY
PASSES TO HIS REST
(MISS MAY CAPTURE
QUICK STARTING EVENT
American Aviator Succeeds at Brescia
in  Leaving Ground in  Ninety
Yards.
Brescia, Italy, Sept. ..���There were
further aeroplane llights at Brescia
today   in   the     various    contests   ar-
��__.-__._ ui yy......-. .___..   -. - n.,,-i-in,-ii.   ranged  ay the committee,   including
The speaker, on behalf of the var- business  "^^f^ STflSS the urtmd Prix, the BO kilometer (31
loug church organizations were: 1-. U. received the nrst  worn oi  uie
Canfield
perlni
Eight Miles Complete.
Thp first section, from the cit;, to
Cloverdale, a( distance of twelve
milbd has been laid with steel for a
distance of eight miles, and according to a statenif-nt made yesterday
b: Engineer F. N. Sinclair, the railhead will he at Cloverdale .y the middle of next week and everything will
he in shape for the stringing of the
trolley  wire, by October 15.
At the pres-tit. time ballasting is in
progress,  over   1000   yards of   gravel
a  day   being   distributed   along    the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        track  laid.    Holes for the poles hav-;
  been dug for two miles, and tbe poles
themselves,  nonk-   under  ..5   Seet   ln
WpII Known    1 . d-h1    PvipH- ,ength   are   u'ms   floau-'d   down   tbe
weu-ivnown   i_egai   _ra..i- rivf._ and hauled out at the tre83le
a- -e  TU'      . '���'+      n-   ^1  on l^p sout'1 s'de of the river for dls-
tlOner  OI   iniS    _lty   UieO tributlon.    Two work trains with over
__._.,,        _.        . 75  men  are working on  this  section
Early i ester day Evening, of the une.
  Huntingdon   to   Cloverdale.
The second section from Cloverdale
The death occurred last evening of t0 Huntingdon is practically all _rad-
W.   Myers  Gray, one of  the  leading led, and as soon as the track layers
lawyers of New Westminster, and    .   have   iompleted   the  work  to  Clover-
._ ; ���.,,i .  ,i,    ���i,i o,   dale   thev   will   commence   the   steel
the   province,  and  one  ot  the  old-st       , - Yf       , .
1 ,     laying on this section.   The th rd and
and   most   respected  residents  of   the  f(Hmh   sectlons   are   wel]   under  way>
city. the   clearing  now   being    practically
The lute Mr. Grav was 64 years of finished and some of the grading on
aga.. He had been ailing for some tho third section done. The grade
time but was not taken seriously ill 'st being made around the south side
until Thursday of the past week. ��f'he Sumas lake, the scheme for
From the time of the seizure he be- dyking the land having ibeen abandon-
came rapidly worse, and despite all *��� Jbe work to the 4S mile post is
that   could   be   done    for  him,   suuk  weJ,   forward. ���,.,��,���    ,     ���
rapidly until on Saturday of the past ,.^rom *B.1��*l'nto S^T^&J!
week," it was seen that a fatal out- ��!stanee of 14 1-2 miles there is large
come of his sickness was practically Quantity of heavy rock work to be
in vltable done, and five large bridges have to
The late Mr. Grav was bom in the be constructed. Pour of the bridges
province of Nova Scotia in 1835. He *"' be of wood, the fifth and largest
received his education iii his native *>' "Wch the line will cross the Ved-
province, and was also called to th, <����� river, however, requiring to be
bar there. He practiced for almost �� Bteel The plans are in course
thirty years in .Nova Scotia, and when ��^��P������<������JSS^tJ .. VZr,
he finally decided to come west he **��� ��� ������� than 16��)0 Mat in length,
had behind bim a long aud hc.aoraale *-th a clear span of 100 feet,
ssful  legal  work.
e!r .e "S^"anf aS  lltl 11^ PacidT^ |o7t__es.   AY and  the ''..ulck   start- j 'X^VcameTo BilUsh Columbia ^ GOT WRONG MAN.
t^entOf    the    Sunday school;   lie,,  and }��IIIII I\��>  ^lAIlt.     Curtiss.   the   American.'of
tin
Mr
Klin sl    Sall��der.s,      plesidl.lt    of
Epworth   League,  Mrs,    .1   it
president <��. tin- lad es' aid; Mrs. Sip- Harriman
l.HO, when he was forty-five years
Robert  I- Gerry, Misa
Carol   Harriman.
Las;     Sunday     Mr,
Glenn   H      Curtiss    the   American, lot age,'and    immediately    settled  in   Provincial   Police   Loox   For
the   line   for'the  Grand   Prix New   Westminster.       Soon   after   his
amf'three daughters, Mrs-j^ avoid penalization.     He also took arrival  he  was  admitted to  the  bai
Oilley, wife, two sons.  Averly    and Roland crosse_,
��� '      .unl  costs or in  oo
1,     '/ fourtei d  davs with
,, o ����   the stntence handed
I,,', '   Plttendrlgh  In    the
'Y      ' thl.   morning   to   W.   E
J^*?'n-. ,,f   Port
lb.
p.eli for the women's missionary .<j-
ciety W. T. Reid, asslstanl superintendent of the Sunday school; T, K.
8'Pearson, cNiir leader, and Rev. Dr.
Sipprell, on behalf of Columbian College.
Mr  Canfield ��;ii<i thai In the ���""',
vai  slsice   tiie   pastor    came  among       ,,Y,uMnbers of bis
them   he    had    Justified    the hopes were all  members oi
aroused   when   lie     accepted   the   ap-  family  and  Di.  UM
  [Polish
Knife Artist.       	
Provincial     Constable     Hutchenson
iau.ni.ci_.   a......   to   avoid   peuaii.auoM.       ne  uisu   <-"""   """- ,"    ��� ,-    ,. ,      ���������,.���,���,���,       tJi-ovinciai      Ltuisia.i.e      _iu-ueii_._
Mary and MlsB  ,,.���., in tlu, -quK.k starting" evtmt and  of  British  Columbia   and commence went (o pi,as(,r MUls tQ ar.
succeeded     In     leaving   the     ground  to practice m this cty       "e was one named  Dennis on the in-
Harrimoo  suf-
uui. ty
f red  -i  serious relapse, due  to an utYmd  covering the distance in  the pre-
tack Of acute indigestion, aud he was  S(.,.ihl.(1   uti.e.      This prize  wa.  to  be
unable to rally irbm the critical cpn* given  to  the aviator starting withta
dii'ion which then threatened his >>"��� gixty yards, but  if no contestant lul-
with him at the lim,> 0l his d8il    |iils  this  condition  the  distance  will
^^���     _.  u,    immediate i
yards  from  the starting  polntlof the founders of the New Westmin- lwst  a  Po|e named  Denu.s on the in-
'ster    Barristers'   society,   ami   also' formation   of  a   fellow ibountry-man
acted  as the president Of that organization '.for several terms.
The   late   Mr,  dray    leav.s  a   wife
���and three children, one son and two
loriling    Io    \\ ,    l_.   "���"���"       --- u-.lfotlnn
Moody,   who  was pointment, and he had do W��    ��
. ���     ' '" i     .uiailll,     wno     was
ol having starved-a honw
lITlll.
whig i| i
in Queens park without
attention
in  extending a most  hearty  welcome.
Mrs.   Oilley   remarked   thai   the   la
I .���,,,.  -���" The magistrate
ki l, S Ym men wh0 permitted
UCh """'t.v  to    animals
some  pointed tContlnued  ou   Page   tour).
tt���     '.   "'    annuals.
JJlWBted  time  to  rais.
Death  Stirs   Market.
New York, Sept. 9.���The announce-
ment of HarrHnan'a ncath caused an
in mense   sensation   throughout   aNew
York cuy. particularly in Wall s ree ,
and  in  financial circles where  Hair
man  lad been a dominating person-
Curtiss
Bragden   WAR CLOUD STILL    ^^^^^^^^^
��.��.-,��� ��"Wc"��'.���"';'_=: I "OVERS   IN   SOUTH   AMERICA ;,������ 	
BISHOP OF  ST. ~  "  '
The stock exchange had closed and
HYACINTHE
SUSPENDS  TWENTY
r
th
ii
hi
Is drawing near between  the Argeu- movlng  �������""-"* ,^th gpread with
tine Republic and Bolivia is Uie to- ot the fancier's ^^jreaa
formation  received  today  by  the Ar- i_ghtn_ing-l ke japimtj   a,no f
iiuiiiiiiuin   re_eiva-u   iuuuj    -r    ��� -
PRIESTS gentlne Consul to Canada, Mr. H. b
Meyer, of this city
rflrsgt'ew shelved with incred
Uli.., S    a repetition   of similar re-
exttnded  to   100  yards.      In   this j daughters,  to mourn  bis  loss       The
event   th- prize  possibly  will go to |son is J. P. Myers Oray, ^^followed
SAILORS  IN   NAVY
GET  POOR   PAY
head
jOItl_.ll,     <IIIU    UKIYt       rt .       .     ...      |_|i_ij_._1m     u.i����----w��     �����	
Te to  Quebec purchase money. ,,��� ,'ert,v\V,    sentiment ot sympathy and
ot % "d_,,���?I   iti���?Laclni.e'     This Is no. the first occasion ��pon andjhe^ ��mtlment ��
blsho
A'^: I^Tll 1''^    T_�� Which  Bolivia    has    	
bishop Mood i,r  to   Rome.   b,'t   the this nature      Forty years ago Great
I ,en'  '���- St8rioSTIT Prte8tB BrltWn  whe"  her r"';,-0Sl,1,i,,iVhnuTv     ottlwrsep't.'T-Mr"A ^ Nte*
the b:shop   took ih.    IY.!lu7llpo.n 'Bnored by this country sent a battel   Ottawa, s��l
It is     V      '     ��  '
"had  trouble of regret was universal.
Mr.   Nixon'*  Duti��s.
action.
itawa, o^iia- ���>���   ���"������ --��� - ,.
i , -���   if. i_en uv mis euui.aaj    . :      ,..���,i,,,,   Ont    an expenencea riui
above drastic shl��� trt demand    recognition     wh.ch 0f bondon. ��^J��n      ^ ^    r.
wns speedily granted, but  ^^ A^H operating    branch of the
ar- strained   relations  between  the ioun IganUe    ,4ml^8slon>    Ij
tries until .1902. ra"H
:r���u-    It is ttat��7t_ 'a'".-"1'  Ul2��"��  Ship  to  demiind    recognition.
d will in,,,,,.,, hllt tbose affect-
eul at Ottawa       MonsuiBneur S ���
Quebec, Sept. 9,���Speaking of the
naval defence to an interviewer today Major General Sir George French
KC.M.G., said:
"At far as Australia is concerned, I
.approve Of the navy and think it will
i bo sufficient for the present needs lt
must, of course, form a pari of the
great Imperial navy, and not be entirely detached.
"Australia ts so isolated form the
rest of the empire that she must have
means of defence. Then on the other hand, there is little fear of any
great attack which the Imperial navy
could not forestall. The only nation
ln a position to be an enemy to Great
Britain   Is  Japan.'
"Has Australia men to man a
navy?"
"No, I think not, wages for work of
other kinds aro too high to tempt men
of the right class from accepting the
small pay allowed in the navy. The
same difficulty will probhbly be found
to exist in Canada and we will have to
bring all your sailors and marines
from the other side.
his fatli'i's profession and for some
time practiced ln the upper country.
He is now a resident of thls city. The
daughters are Miss Ethel Gray, one of
the staff of the Central school, and
Miss M. Myers Gray, also of this
city.
PILGRIM FATHERS WILL
LAND AT A.Y.P.  FAIR
bearing the appelatlon of Steve Carlos ou a charge of threatening to kill
with a knife.
Tb,. man was found without diffl-
cultv and admitted being an eye witness of the trouble 'but declaiod he
was not the man wanted, He was
brought to the city and declared by
Carlos to be the wrong man.
Demas said that Carlos entered the
house of another Pole named Orpin.
The latter told him to leave and on
his refusal to do so, laid down a knife
which he was using to cut tobacco
and threw the intruder out. When
the constable visited the place Orpin
was absent having gone to Vancouver for the day.
Seattle, Sept. 9.���The landing of a
model of the Mayflower on a reproduction of old Plymouth Rock will
be a feature of the New England Day
ceebratlon at the Alaska Yukon Pacific exposition, Saturday. The ship
is patterried las nearly as possible
after the original Mayflower, its lines
being taken from the log of tbe pilgrim ship. The boat will have a crew
ot 102 pilgrims, each one of whom
will represut a member of the original party of New England ers.
After the landing of the ship, the
party will be met iby a group of Indians, who will con_e from one of the
Pay Streak concessions, a pow-wow
will take place and the Indians and
pilgrims will parade together through
the grounds. They will take luncheon
at the Puritan Inn on the Exposltlcm
grounds, where a regular old New-
England dinner of baked beatis and >+
biown bread will be served.    ^^^^���
The Glen bridge will be completed
in about a week. The plank'ng bas
been laid, and although some of the
spikes have <been driven, the bolts
have not yet been put in position, nor
the railing placed- The new bridge
presents a handsome appearance.
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PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
_t::i. whai .:- Kavs te sell, why they ihcu d   purchase   I
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TO.   BENT���COW
a      ���
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TO   RENT���SEVEN-BOOM    H
w.--    _i   j;: per monc_      A
-     Kt street   ..    E erenUi sttw I
ROOMS TO  PENT.
-   PBDJCE���AUDTKW AND AO
r- intaat [sa Beeaoe i i C  Bmb -'
. -   --    - . nunSaeepoa   ::<-:fcs
r; a-:: ..l   . =; - - --':���' ��� i.--" -    :
Ball Sale Oo.   OSes   Boon T.Bam.
i.v block  P   0   ':<_ "y
-;..-:    VALUE    IN  GKU-   COOKSLEY S PICTURE        POST
.-. I .:. rood      cards   an   on  sale    at   M.   Morey.
; p. O. Bos ���-- Stati nerj  Btore   J. G.  Qamon'a'd-
' gar divan, F  Mackenzie's irtig store
md    The Fa;: ' Colombia street
WANTED���JANTTOB      AND      ME���
��.        --'.:.
BU ;v -   '
-.,-   ��� '  .:���    [     .  o'.   ��� -.HAL
sworli    .--;       ���'������-   -
tor Boi*   :. ���
ut Seccnd Btreet
-        ..    street   i
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���v     . Bm o "���������
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HOUSE - -   APPL1T
Arthur Brad ey   Citj   .    O.
TO  RENT���LARGE   PR      ���     '���
j    table for ti i '. .
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' ���   ���   __________
to   hex: -ro-p.:.-:=H__    bo  _a
Term,  moderate      Applj   "--   ,:'
toria a-.r^r. 	
CARP.iAGE  SHOP.
._._������^���-. ^^^-���---������-^--^^-~
WESTHINSTES CARRIAGE SliOP���
r.   J.   McNeil       .   ---    1        ���-'-'
��� -   IU)   - :-   Eighth
' r-; _rwl and 1 ��in-
LAND surveyor
W . RAPER    B    C    LAN_   BLR
m    -      - _   New   West-
���   -   3   C
Carriages
t...--
LIVERY   STAELE.
' ;     .-      t   R    HACKS AND
-   art   turnout    The  Fashion Bt*-
DRESSMAKING.
WANTED- FOUR   OH   FIVE   B
coti ..������    '. -���-. -i-t    rvi:   I.  ' .    --
vln    school.     Apply    ".--. Prlnc.
street.
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONET    TO    LOAN���i    AM    PRE
-.   _.-.-_-.   .     _:���:-. y   ���---   :-"i_
_.-;;:  cn    co.y    property
. ..- . : ir��� - - Appl: Dr A.
D. Buchanan P 0, New Weatmln-
I:. r  _^
MRS    ���   a   STANDISH   AN  EXP
lenced and I
V    v-    - -
In   Room  U.  Sml h -
-----     A trial requi sted
WANTED���TO
nished boose,
11 ���
KENT,      A     FUR-
Aj   ly at New    01-
WANTED���A KEV." VACAN1 LOT8
.- / itj too ;:. ��� .roo as - legal
descri] I - ra    _    Ra
���'..t. Westminster -'-'
WANTED���THREE 3R FOUR GOOD
- .:. tbe ������-   C   o.._.- Factorj at
'_ - e
LOST.
LOST���SETTER I   K3 WHITE '���'���ITH
.  -   tlj      : Id .-     ��� ��� ������     ��� ~   ������- to
.;.  E    _ en   car��   v'    E.  J. Fader
Nonl. .-._  Cre�����-.'.   Iia:.:-: -    "
LOST���SQUARE     GOLD    BRO'..
Kt   ���>;;_   tonr    ^::.'.r--..-y-   ao.   totu
pearls, a .arse r_.y ;-  the  centre
One p^ari    _.i-_;r.^.        Please return to Daily Newi office.
LOST���LADTfl    OOl.D    RING   : k
v,.-;. (merald set In back      I
���-.- return to this oSY
ceive re war.
PEAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  ft  CO.
Real  B_ '���'���  and   Insurance Agents���
r ���-.-   farm   and   suourban  property
2_   C< imbla street.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
"f-  i ��� ��� ��� ���     -'���:������     - - :~'
��� -   -,   ;..-���     :   e   place  where
'��������� -   md   .---   -  rem      - from the
- '- ooi - -- isi : .:.    Goods ca led
MACHINE  WOPKS.
'. VKE MACHINE  Vt     -    -
Ited   Fj    t streel     New   ���' -  t-
:.. _---: '���'. . '������ ' -- --- '
__-��� and shingle mill -- ���
Ml     ; anu and i      I   -'    .  ;r_
; a:- :
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS.  _AKKl_-
ters    a-.;    solicitors.   Wesu luster
Tr.--   1    - - -   -���"  ��� '    N-��"
Westminster,   w. J   Whiteside, H.
L. E-i:::c_id5.
WADE   WHEALLER &  McQUARRIB
(F. C Wad��, K. C. A. Whealler, W.
G.   McQuarrie),     Solicitors.   Bam.-
���  --   ���-      4-' Lome street, opposite
rthouse.       New      Westminster. I
Ud the Vmcouv.r of ]
t No   "   B yal Bank Cham-
-   -   - ���  Hastings Stree: west,
STENCGRAP-- t
FREEMAN
Gui' I   o
T'^*R!T|
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CUST IM
Typewr
letter*
lumbla
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EULE BROS _ CO.. LTD.. REAL ES
tate and It - wai an. Ph< ne 335 !"���
Columbia rtreel   P. 0  draper 10-.'-
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���p B Brown .-oo-age.-, P. 0. Box
55��     w   -'H-     ,
PACIFIC REALTY CO.  (McADAM &
.-.     phone 4f-_  P. O.  B_x 17.
Real  _-.a'e a-. Insuranca     Money
:.   "44   OohunMS  .tree:.
ARCHiTECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW.  ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trost block.
EDWIN G- W.  SAIT.  ARCHITECT���
Gulchon Block.    Telephone  .-���-���
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC
dealers In electrical machinery,
fixtures and mppttes boose wiring,
armature wiring motor rei Urtng
etc. Ban_ o.' Commerce building,
���_._o_e 3'Jl, P. 0. Box 'y.i.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON ic ATLCS'G, FISH. FRLli.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie ='-
odd  Windsor Hotel
v: S_ MENTAL   WORKS.
B.  C  MONUMENTAL  WORKS. JAS.
McKa . :.. ;r.ufac:urer and lm] >rter
��� I -...   inmental torn I -too .. , . .'-' .
stone, etc.   Satisfaction goarantei :
oo   a street   New Westmlnstei
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NUBSER1 ���-
Ltd P.r:..:';. Lake���For healthy,
'-.��� me-g.  wn '��� dl trees phone 445
PAPER   HANGING  A   DECORATING.
I. HUDSON. WALL PAPER. ROOM
Monldlngs, Burlap��. and Sanita-;
house ;a:ti::r.e, ka;.om!ning, paper
ban-ine ar.d decorat:r.g. _;xtn
stre.---.   \ea-  v,'eB-rn!n.ter
GEORGE   E    MARTIN.  BARRISTER
I   -      li ���:.    Gulchon   block.  Co-'
.-.    ani     McKenxie   Sts..   New
Westtr.in.ter, B. C.
CRYSTAL   _ -_ rf,     -
la     itMel kj,   \,     :f
;-'-:;- --I,t
ous attnu -~:..,.     I
MoDda>' mt^*
PRINTERS
-A  _;.-.
-1 MINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind or Job printing.     Midg.t loos.  GALVIN, L .-
���  ledg rs;  Cowle Carbon Papers.      : .ring. f taliM
Phone    55,    P.  O.    Box  14..      Old
Daily News Blo<-k. Sixth street
.      --sl
Ing and i -.. :|
" - .. ���
and -���; C   i���wn ti       ���- ;-.'
FURNITURE
|W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer. ": v .-' rer ar.i Undertaker.
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Pbone 176, night call sl.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by yo.r local tuner, W, E.
Moo-. Mi-. Bac. city. A line
will bring him.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &    CAKE WOOOWO
Tickets.   21   meals   for   $4.       Home ~^-^-^-^-_-_-_-.-_-_.
���   Ung. Ail white cooka; no Orien- _____
ta; labor employed.     Open day and v> KSTM. o-
night.     Opposite tram office ' ''
ca bil l_1
and det i
.-....--   ���   ���
prlftor.
and car III -
473
ROYAL CAFE  iMrs   Archer, proprle- (
tress).     Four courses, consisting of '
=oup.   fish,   boiled   entr��-e   or   roast,
ie. tea, coffee or milk.
a.-lrfdiT
RKING,
WOODWUK*
y,
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REAL   SNAPS
lr. order "o ''eep cur tai .rE cus/ until Fall trade starts, w. are
gc -z t. otter trO"-t real snaps In our tailoring department. Ten fine
Morsted   ij ts,   regu a-  $';:-.o:    .-
$28.00
F   -����n   r.iav/   t*:;:   i-   S-.t_r  and  Irish noods, to c ear at
$25.00
Ttottt   3r.   rsr*   bargs ri5   a^  tvtry   ong   is   winter   w;.ght.       Our
rti':/  *%   ^,__-   c*pa*".rr^*"*    s  brirr full  of a'l the  istts*  d'X.dg at from
$6.50 to $22.00
YOUP   MONEY   BACK    IF   NOT   ENTIRELY   SATISFIED.
THE HUB
H.  ROBERTSON   Manager
MO Columbia Street, next to Royal   Bank,      NEW   WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Lao. _ ;.<'.__ $1275 '.
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open lace
96.00.
Silrer Watdies,  gents' op��   case,
$7.50  up.
i    Agent    tor   Waltham   and     Elgin
Watcl   -
Watch repairing ;��� specialty
F. CRAKE
Tw   doors   trom   Geo.  Adams,  Grocer
, Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast L-ne
Sery ce,
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S.  Princ.  -  VI to ta leaves Van-
sourer 11 p.m., .... -ct to Seat-
le daily e.\c-..-pt  Wednea
S.S. I harm.i h i?es \ancouver l
.m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leavea Van
.ouver. In am. daily, exc-pt Friday
or Victoria.
NOTICE  RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
DOE. NOT REQUIRE
A SHERLOCK HOLMES
Things   That  the   Ma,d   Found   in   the
Actress"  Room.  Gave  Whole
Sho�� Away
One ot tii'; beat grounds yet for a
WjUinii -ji ootalri a divorce ba-, juat
been reported _, the ca <_. o! May
Bouton, -*_o i- not only a widow in
reality -/i: .- playing th.: part of
Th�� Widow, in   'J.-.c- Time, the Place,
HXi'l x:.,- Olri," which Will shortly be
prmsunifd at th- Westndoater Oi^era
iio.be.
It waa whlli; tbey wer,. spending
th t-ui���!_er at their cottag- near Laou.:
l}nrkr:;i, N J On<.- day the BCtresa
recett-ed a telegram from a New York
manager to call a-, bl. office quickly
a. pOl o.i'-. She dr_b>;d, packed
her grip hurriedly and flew to the depot in a taxicab. Ajj ahe stepped
from rb>- Laxle she discovered she bad
left h'.-.r beautiful dlamraud brooch,
but having no tim- to return for it,
She droppad Uie following not* to
her maid:
Deaf Mary,���Wh>;n you sweep my
rfj<-im in the morning, let rn<- know if
you   find  anything on   the  floor."
The next day :-be received the fol-
lowing cote from Mary;
"Dfear Madam,���When I swept this
montlng I fcjund thc-s.; articles: Ten
empty l>e_T Ixjttles, ten empty champagne lKitll':3, eight cigar stumps and
rmnny burnt matches, empty cigarette
boxes, four broken wine glasses, a
smashed loving cup, deck of cards and
I>ok' r cliipB, two ladles' gold hat pins.
one neavy r��*d veil, a blue slipper, and
a lady's belt "
which was destroyed in the thirtei w:.
century by Charles of Anjon, King of
Naples Th^ town v-a- rebuilt, then
destroyed again about a hundred
yffiirr. later by Emperor Frederick II..
King of Sicily.
A few- days ago, while making new
rifl. pits Ior soldiers, eonit workmen
came upon to<- foundation, fountains
and pavements of a large villa. Further investigation reveaL<] almost the
whole  villa.
There is a magnificent pavement of
a v-autlful g'-ornetr:cai design; very
fine pieces of mosaic and two cubi-
cula. or bedrooms, with complete
pavements of terra cotta.
Some splendid vase? and candelabra, rings and jewelry have been
found. The binges of the doorposts
are still in their places.
Tbe condition of the Old bridge la
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and th* public generaliy are
cau:ion-d against hauling loads of
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do so after
.tii. not.ee- must take all the r)sks 0il
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry Hall, New Westaalaater, July
23rd, 1.09.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
AT THE HOTELS, j Bank of Montreal
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New Westminster every Tuesday,
Leaves New \V.sttnin.-tt-r oa Wei
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and lUb
each month for Quatsino and way-
ports; twentieth of each month tor
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S.S, Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
am.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Prinoe.-v Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 aad July 9.
Prlnce.-s May leaves Vancouver
une IS and Julv 2.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves  Vancouver
une 13 and July 3.
.IND RUINS OF
ANCIENT VILLA
Rome, Sept. li.���Potenza, ;. hundred
mile, southeast of Naples, is near the
��ltt, t��f tbo ancient town of Potenzia,
Russell   Hotel.
M.   N   Netems,  Chilliwack.
Geo. E. Howes, jr., New York,
Geo, Steele, Portland.
A.  W.   Vowell, Victoria.
T,  F.  Peterson, Vancouver.
R. A.  Cn-ecb, Vancouver.
J. R.  Keenan. Montreal.
J. C, Witherspoon, Vancouv-r.
C. It. St<-ele, Vancouver.
Mrs. Yates, Vancouver.
W. A. Laldlaw, Vancouver.
H. Stuart, Edinburgh.
J.  B.  Mathers,  Vancouver.
R.   M.  Edgar,  Vancouver.
H. R. Fullerton, Vancouver.
Windsor Hotel.
0. H. Mclntyre, Star, Idaho.
Sarah  M. Seer, Thompson,  Iowa.
Ernest Perkins, Vancouver.
E. W. King, Mt. Lehman. '
R. N. OInant, Vancouver.
C. G. Hilder, Port Haney.
.1.  Williams,  Port  Kells.
W. Morrison, Tynehead.
Vi.  I).  Sims, Vancouver.
W,  B.  Rrol'-v, Fernie.
C. K. Wortz, Toronto.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfound.and, and in London, England, New Y'ork, 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 In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
rrttjV   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
*.E. ' WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen  City leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet In hot
weathvr. For wai-hln.. underclothing It Is unequalled. Cleanses ani
purifies. ����
For   reservations   and    Information
call or address
ED, GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C. B. FOSTER.
Asst. Gen.  Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent  victoria.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CAKCROS8, ATLLN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR-
BANKS. Daily trains (except Sanday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter iPrvice.
For information apply to
J. II. ROGERS, Tr,im_ M.iaa .er.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN1    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands witn.
Iln the railway belt __ b__ ;.,, Columbia, may be homi Headed anj ; al
son wno ts the sol-.- bead Y a famu.
or any male ovi    . ... # ;0
the  extent of one-quarter  section' ot
l'jij  acres,  more or l.ss.
Entry must be made personal!) at
th - .ocal land offlce for the- district
In which the land i_ situaie. hutrj
by proxy may, however, be made on
Certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or Bla
ter of an intending homesteader.
Tbe homesteader is required to perform th^ condition.- connected therewith under one o: the following
plans:
(li At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
00 If the father i or mo*h��-r, lf the
father Is decasedi, of tbe homesteader
resiles upon a farm in the vicinity ot
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may he aatisfied by
such person residing with the lather
or mother.
(3> If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by hlm in the vicinity of his nome-
stead, tbe requirements as to re.ld.-nce
may be satLs_e,j 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 h<-
leased for a period of 'wenty-on^
years at an annual rental of $1 pet
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate o;
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of tba Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication ot
this advertisement wlll not be paid
for.
S. S. TRANSFER
Th..  steam,.-       .-.-   -     .. .hi
���- i I
afternoon, exi ept Sa'-urda   av pal
for La .:.���-.- M
Saturday at - -    N-'l
Westminster Satai . 1
Returnn.: -   ��� .-   . ���'.I
tret k   lay -���   1
Additional -4\
leaving New Wei a   -----1  I 5��_
This scbednls    subject ~?\
without notice.
For freight and pssstnger t*ts)M
ply to
ROBERT JAHPINE.
HuifO
a
Canadian Pacifitl
Railway Co.
Three Trains DailyI
WITH       FIRST-CLASS     PULLMAN |
TOURIST   AND  DINING CAR
Imperial Limited leaves at , 9^5jjn'
Atlantic   Express  l��av��. at 7:00 pA |
St. Paul Express at ^^
For reservations an I other aim"
tlon
C B. FOSTER.
G. p. A., Vaneouve
P.R a?
"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 anj
railroad in the world that equal ln
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. AId��r Portland, Or
The Question
Where to buy furniture cbesi ��
aa good
Is Answered
0
ol I'*
13
by directing you to t.e ���
you can see tbe largest st
a.d second-hand goods 01 a"
the city. .pnantot
I have a splendid (-ream ��eP
niow
y0��
t_��
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW8
or sale, nearly new.
Come and see how n"lc'n
can  get  for your   money ntre
elsewhere. ,r?e
Repairing of guns, umbreiw* "|��
vriters, and  light automatic <"
ry and blcvclea a specialty.
Alex. Speck
STORt
.   ,- ww*1
Columbia  St.
SECOND - HAND
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wfflce 'Pbone IW.     Bam 'P"OTe'
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   prompt*
any part of the city.
Ught and HeavyHa*
6  OFFICE-TRAM DGP^T.
.,_����������� "f.'i
SEPTEMBER   10.  19��-
THE DAILY NEWS
,,,,    LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Unl Meat Market
L B<bt. St. �����    "�� *"""
pHONE *'��-
Lell * ow-proor"M"*
CANADIAN PACIFIC
r B.C. toast hS. Sailings |
FROM VANCOUVER
J Seattle-Daily at ll p.m. direct
Fm ���, ri via Victoria.
V'. "> �����'"���  ","1
K    i   i Saturd<
J Prince BupertrEvery Saturday
1 cbariotte Island���Second
f
I 1-o.I.ilX-T.H-S-
f-,,-, .. p.m.; Saturday
|;.v . Daily at 2 p.m.
L0M  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
[ to    Chilliwack
,y amer     Beaver
L vcestmlns ei al 8 a.m. on Mon
(   . oeBday and Friday;   return
I. _ac_  at  7 a-m- on
| mi Saturday.
r" jn,..;, i ns  call  or  ad-
ED GOULKT, Agent,
New Westminster.
C. B,  Foster,
Asst. Gi ii  Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, R. 0.
PAGE THUMB.
I I!
Bank of Canada
. rporated 1S69)
;taipaidup $ 4,700.000
Fund      5,400,000
��rv.
la! Assets
. .55,000,000
._ out of  town   account,   soil-
SAVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT
iw_g. and Domestic Exchange nnd
���wllers' Cheques bought and Bold.
ferai'bic transfers effected.
in Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F   SHUTE,  Manager.
in    iPy^^tf
iiiiiiiit'.va __._..______
_w.3iJ._ii
Ma.fc.TIC STEAMSHIPS
IToii ��il find it to your advantage
Iarrange your booking at this ollice,
fcetber you Intend to travel or send-
��� :���  '  : trli :nls.
From Montreal and Quebec.
fpress of Ireland    Sept. 24th
"puss of Britain    Oct.   8th.
[For other dates and particulars ap-
I? to
E. GOULET.
C. P. R. Agent.
 IK WHEN GOING EAST
SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
'THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
very  flay in  the Yea*
BETWEEN
���got Tr
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Till-: TRAIN OF FAME
F!1!;     NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.
.' ldlea the newest and Lost ideas
ff COMPORT  CONVENIENCE, and
r M i;v- ii is lighted with both
. gas; the most brillianl
I M  dn in the world. T_<
I' l   or private eompart-
j lard  16 Bection Bleep-
is din ng car,    reclining
' re���).  modern day
1 " ;""1 ^ftet, library and Btnok.
I lag car I
.   ''"' 'r!'"e Tables, polders, or anj
""'i- Information call on or write
r- W. PARKER.
���0 Second Avenue, Sosttle. Wash.
^and Trunk Ry,
Excel,ent Train Service Betweei
^no* London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
A d    Portland, Boston,
*S iSviNtJE-S1" MARI-
&DBELPHU��i NEW Y��RK ��*
Kor -:���A.Jvia Miaga-a palls.
Um" rabies, etc.. address
GEO.  w.  VAUX
As'istant Gen'l P__
��vuama St.. Chicago. IU.
TGSmll
��� /own).
���_^ I "���
\��y   Y .    y   A
THAN EVER
We are gradually drawing our Big Shoe
Sale to a close.
We have gone over
every Summer Shoe
in the store and
boiled down the
prices another ten
to twenty per cent.
FOR INSTANCE:
Men's 5.00 and 5.50
Shoes now 3.00 and
3.50; Men's 5.50 and 6.00 Patents for 3.95; Mens
3.00 Boots for 2.25; Ladies' 3.00 and 3.50 lines for
1.50.    Dozens of lines of Ladies' 3.50 to 4.50 Shoes
for 2.50.
We have bunched all of our Women's,
Misses' and Children's regular 1.25 to 1.75
White Canvas Shoes for 50c per pair.
Boys' 2.00 and 2.25 School Boots for 1.45.
THESE ARE ONLY SAMPLES Of WHAT WE CAN DO TOR YOU,
Friday and Saturday Will
Be Great Days For Shoe
Sellirt:
$10,000 Worth
of new fall stock has just been opened
up. On this we'll guarantee cut-
prices lower than any other Shoe Concern in British Columbia. We would
call particular attention to our Immense stock of
Men's   Working   Boots
MECHANICS, PROSPECTORS and
FARMERS will get the shoes they are
looking for at this establishment. The
big Shoe Hous. Is p"ed ceiling high
with new goods. We will have extra
help for Friday and Saturday's business-
NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE
SHOE MONEY.
f__i    . -   r*,,*'1-''..
.   .    ;,- ->Y,'Y:Yo ,
.ti\$d>���/.'.: .,,Y-o
'      '���  ���!"���"*   JS,.*,. >���_.!_
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House. Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE  IN B. C,
New Westminster, B. C.
Demand Stringent
Notloe   in
Meat Inspection K_
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
(Continued from Page One
to the C ty
time hereinbefore
hereby    given  that  the
rs'   List   for   Uio   year   1909   has
completed,   and   that  the  same
may be Been at this offlc- [or thirty
idays from the date hereof;  and  any
person  wbo  shall  claim  to be added
.to the said Voters' List, or any elector who shall desire to have anv name
out the country is therefore *ot sur- erased therefrom; mus. prefer his or
t ���     .��� ,4 _ ai ,    ,. ''' '' request  in writing,   signed   with
I am satisfied thai ence the < anad- j^ 0r her na       am, Bhall deUv_r or
ian  public has  become  Beized  of the cause  to    ,���,  delivered
situation   tiny   will   insist   upon   the clerk within    the
adoption,   by   the   various   municipal spclfled.
authorities throughout the country, of   ' \v  a   DUNCAN
a  much   more  thorough    system    of i '    '       City. Clerk
dealing with butchere   and the  meat     city  Clerk's  Offlce   New Westmin-
trade   generallj   .ban    h..s    hitherto gter( B. C., September 3, 1909.
een tolerated.
Th- first and mos. importani step
. Ibis direction will u is need] bs to
say. be the providing of pu; lu- municipal abattoirs, to be conducted under
Inspection methods similar to those
required by the Meat and Canned
Goods act, especially as regards the
admission either of live animals or
their carcase-.
The sooner the private slaughter
lions,. ia abolished altogether, the bet-
tr tor all concerned, .is mosi of the
objectionable meat, placed on the
market emanate from these undesir-
abl and unsanitary  places.
The trade In home-killed dressed
carcases wil] also, for similar reasons, gradually be wiped oui ol existence, and although the abolition
nf thlB form of meat disposal will
probably cause some temporarj dis
satisfaction   among   fanners
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
FIRST   STREET   SEWER   NOTICE.
will soon adjust themselves and the
profits to the producer wil] be In no
way lessened, though the livers and
other offal hitherto utilized by the
household will be no lcoger available.
The municipal abbatoir is a modern necessity and  must come.
There are many among us, not yet
old, who can well recollect when the
number of hospitals in Canada could
amost be counted on the fingers, and
when proposals to erect Institutions
of this kind in a small town was looked upon as Indicating a mild form of
Insanity. How many of the communities now possessing modern and up-
to-date hospitals would be satisfied
to do without them?
The same will be found true of the
aibbatoir, and if no other argument
could be advanced in favour of the
.Meat and Canned Foods act than the
fact thai it has aroused and is arousing public opinion on the great and
Important question of a sanitary meat
supply, this would, In my opinion,
fully justify its being placed on tho
statute books.
There are at present employed in
packing housese In Canada OS veterinary Inspector-, all of whom have
receiv-d a special training in meat
Inspection, and have passed a searching examiation as to their qualifications.
There are also 11 lay inspectors
whose duties comprise th - oupervi-
sion of the marking and shipment of
goods
The inspection conducted in each of
these establishments  is as follows:
All animals for Slaughter are examined by a veterinary Inspector on
the premises before tbey are allowed
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local Improvement General By-law,
1909," notice is herein- given that tho
assessment roll of the "First Btreet
Sewer" loca] Improvement is open for
Inspection at the ofiic-e of the -assessor in tlie City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and In case
the owner or any person Interest! d >n
amy of the properties Included therein
desire to appeal from such assessment he shall, within the period Of
eleven (111 days from the first publication of this notice, give notice to
matters |the undersigned in  writing of his in-
tvnt:c_i to appeal.
Dated this .1st dav of August, A, D.
1909. \V. A. DUNCAN,
Ciiy Clerk.
Date  of first   publication,   3ist  day
ot August, 1909.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneauie.
Cam leave Vancouver ior .New Westminster at _:.., .:__, . ;2() and 8:.0
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  ll:3u  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 0:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for .New Westminster at S:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster tor Vancouver at s:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
O. J.  McQuarrie,  Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
Great   Northern  Railway.
N.W.  8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:35
aV.
p.m.
Lv.  N.  W
p.m.
W.
11  a.m.;
4:32 p.m.
W. 12:10 a.m
p.m.
to "ir.T the filing i'l(H,r-   A" animals Lv. N
found  to b diseased, or showing sus-1 -m-
picious   sjfmptotis   or   any   kind,   are Lv. N
tagged   and  held  back  until  the  end :am-
of the day's kill,    when   they    are Lv. Seattle 8:06
Slaughtered separately. i.'m'a   m   a ���>-
The  Inspector   makes  a    thorough Lv. Seattle 4.oo
examination of the carcass and of all l',m-
organs of every animal as it is killed. Lv. Seattle 11:4a p.m
If   these  are   found   heathy,   thev   are a-m.
stamped with the Inspection Legend, I Lv. Seattle 1	
the Crown and the words "Canada
Approved," as also the establishment
numlber.
Any  meats  found,  in  whole  or in
part," to   be  diseased,   or  from   Othe
causes unfit for food, are immediate..,
marked  with a '-condemned" tag.
Any carcass, Ui regard vo the condition of which there is cause for
ikjulit, is marked '.Held." and 'set,
apart for further examination, at the
conclusion of which the inspector decides as to its disposition.
Condemned carcasses an. organs,
as also any meats which are at any
time found to have undergon such
deterioration as to unfit them for human food, are tanked With the non-
edlbl'- prouets, i|nder Jt.h" personal
supervision  of an   inspector.
A summary of the reports of con- j
damnations   made  by  our  inspectors.
during   the  lasi   fiscal  year,  shows  a
total of  9,308   carcoW.es,  2> 591  por- j
tions. as also 363,212 pounds  if meat:
condemned as unfit  tor human  food.
This   should   demonstrate   e_t dually >
the   necessity   which   actually   exists
tor a thorough system of una. Inspection.
When ii is remembered that these
establishments, under Inspection handle only animals of the best class procurable, the oondltlons whkh exist In
the ordinary private saughter house,
conducted without Inspection or official supervision of any kind, may
readily be imagined.
Hoards of Health and municipal au-
1 thoritles have been too long iv gleet-
' fui of the necessity for Intelligent
i action In the matter of meat iaspec-
1 Hon.
j    It is the duty of every men t0 see
I that his  family, as  well as  himself,
does not eat diseased or unwholesome
meat.    In places where establshmnts
under federal Inspection do not exist,
safety In this  regard  can ibe secured
{only by the establishment of a niunl-
jclpai  abbattolr, conducted under thei
constant supervision of a skilled pro-1
fessional  Inspector.
ar.   Seattle 3:55
nr. Seattle 9:_>
;  ar. Seattle 7:15
;  nr. N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W. 9:30
ar. N.W. 6:20
ar. N.W. 6:25
Port Gulchon.
p.m.
G. N. R-
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
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fAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY   _.3WS.
"'DAY,   SEPTEMBER
The Daily News
Publislipd by The Dally News Publish.
Ing Company, Limited, at their oflices,
The Dally News Hlock, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
FRIDAY,   SEPTEMBER
AN  APATHETIC ADMINISTRATION.
It is not at all surprising that the
arrangements in force a�� the Provincial gaol of this city should have
aroused the severe condemnation of
the  Governor-General   upon   the    oc-  chaiiatanic episodes of tht- payt
of reliable data which was so apparent to the distinguished Copenhagen
audience, Commander Peary has effectually douched the doctor's account
of his supposed journey. The explorer seems to have had the good fortune to fall In with the two LsqiH
maim who accompanied the man oi
romance and from them obtained the
Inforatlon ihat he did not go out of
sight of land. But for this it would
perhaps have been difficult to discre-
dii the wonderful relation of Ur.
Cook.
In the contest which has arisen
there seems to be promise of the
world being able to enjoy anew tne
excitement that attended the Tich-
boine case, the De Rouge mont exposure, and one or two other famous
We
INDIANS M PEACE
WIIH THE WHITES
Supt. Vowell Speaks on the
Causes Underlying Skeena
Valley Trouble.
casion of his visit thereto on Wednes-  <_,;,il   no  doubt   soon   be   divided
day.    The custom of herding prison-  into   two  camps,   the   pro-Cooks   and
ers on  remand and convicted  crlniin-  the anti-Cooks, and provide some stir-
als   together  in   this   gaol   has    long Yug episodes for relation in  the his-
been a subject of complaint.    At the'tory of our time,
spring  assizes   the   grand   Jury  made j 	
Hearty Reception
strong i .presentations in regard to
the need for immediate attention to
this matter. In their presentmn.it,
thev stated, "We found that those
awaiting trial were treated the sam?
as convicted prisoners, being compelled to accept the fare Of punishment
wad to associate wiih criminals. We
recommertd that as British jusjiee
recognises a man to be innocent until proved guilty, that while keeping
them secure, Separate accommodation should be provided." This was [said it was their idea
in .May last, and more than three 'music accessory to tli
months   have   gone   by  without     the
The Indian superintendent for British Columbia, A. W| Vowell, visited
the city yesterday to inspect ihe -New
Westminster agency.
He is On a tour of the agencies
throughout the province, having recently returned from inspecting the
Kamloops-Okanagan agency, and as
the custom at this time of year finds
u|)ithe Indians scattered away from the
reserves finding work in connection
with the harvest and fisheries, prosperous and contented.
This   condition  of affairs  does not
apply to  the northern  bands, arouud
Hazelton,  but  he  thinks  the troubles
of    th��    white    settlers    have  heen
caused  by unscrupulous men of their
own color who bave takin advantage
of tho    aborigines    to    destroy their
_l'ri)Pllp_  PjKtflP property  and  attempt  to oust them
/ibbUlUCU   I QOIUi   from   their   lands.       This     treatment
ilras angered the Indians, and reprisals
~" "_" have been the rule.      Tlle extra pro-
ivincial police sent into th,. north will
have a  beneficial effect  on   iho sltua-
(Continucd  from Page One,)
lion  restoring confidence among the
dies'  aid  had  fifty  membera,  aud  in whites.
this  jubilee  year they  hoped  to have |    His ' experience    of    the    Indians
an increase to 100. Ithroughout    the    province    was  that
Mr. Pearson, on 'behalf of the choir,  tjiey lmd mucij gO0(i  sense( and were
to  make the not anxious to run to excess, but in-
service,   not   diligence   in     the   white   man's   vices
to supplant it. had greater effect than with him. The
Dr. Sipprell hoped the new pastor restrictions against tiie sale of liquor
Provincial Government making the j WOuld continue the admirable rela- had one bad result that by denying
.lightest effort . remedy this un- tlcias which had for years existed be-jit tlie Indians' craving increased, and
just and disgraceful condition of r-weeh Columbian College and Queen'3 very little liquor sufficed to send the
)hi j Avenue    church.      The    faculty   and'Indian off his  mental 'balance       The
fe . ui +i    staff   of the colleS'e    looked to  that Indians todav realized the advantages
In pleasing contrast to this apatn-;Cliui-oI_ for assistance not only In ma- afforded tbem by the proximity of
etic attitude, of the authorities at terlal but iii spiritual tilings. He!tj,e white man, but required quiet oc-
Victoria is the promptness with which might mention that though the col- cupatlon of tbe reserves to develop
our  City Council  recognised   the  lm- J^  Had only    re-opened    three days the best in tbem.
' I thev had  twice as  many students asl	
portauce  of  the  grand  jury's   recom- usua]  in  residence  already.      So  far'
memlations In regard to the city goal,  as they could  survey  the  future  the
They at once set about the prepara- college would have a record year ln
tiou of .Ians and means for the erec-1 the  matter of attendance.      Dr. Sip-
. ,   . , iprell also extended a welcome to -Mrs.
Uon ot a new city gaol, in accordance yriwn ancj family.
the smallest and most lively dancers '
obtainable.      Ten   big   song  hits  are ,
Introduced  during  the action  of  the
play and    there is never    a dull  mo
ment  from the rise of Hie curtain  to
the fall.    A carload of special scenery is carried In special baggage cars,
and not  a stitch    of    regular house,
scenery is used.
oa ffl
-ia^
The Ladies- Aid of the ^'l's< End
Methodist church held a mo. . successful meeting at the residence of
Mrs. George Adams. Twelfth street,
on the 7th Inst. Thirty numbers
WR.e added to the roll, Tht Immediate object of their labors is tin
beautifying and enlarging Of tin-
West End church.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
DINNER SETS
(Royal Pattern)
SPECIAL TODAY ONLY
$12.00
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for tbe same
Great Carpet Display,
SEE LEE'S WINDOWS FOR  NEW FALL
RUGS
AND
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO  SHOW
YOU  THROUGH nii.
MENSE  NEW  STOCK  AND GIVE   YOU   ALL  THE  l_r__.      'M'
WE  ARE BUSIER THAN   EVER J, ^'JJ
IN  OUR   POWER
PARTMENT.
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I   PP^C Furniture Emporium
BmU   -Li   _L__      hmJ Le. s  Block, Columbia Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Rev.  C.
welcome,
The Pastor.
W.   Brown    had
a  cordial
gathering.    Coming from the prairies
the decorations afforded
pleasure. He had been pleased to
hear the expressions from the different departments of the church, and
wa. in that pastorate to co-operate
with them as best he could-
He wished also to acknowledge the
with  modern needs.    As  a  result a
money   by-law   for   the   purpose  was
submitted  and  approved  a   few  days j
ago, and In a very short, time the erec-j
tion of the new gaol arid court house
will be commenced.
For years it has been known to the
provincial   authorities   that   the   New |
We|tmiusfter   gaol   is   aliogellher   |n|- '
adequate for he  demands  of the  district.     Time   after   time   it   has   been
overcrowded  and prisoners  have had !sl)lendidl assistance given him  by his
v wite    throughout      his      ministerial
to be removed to other places to re- career
lieve the pressure. This circumstance j    He hoped that he would be able to
w;is also  referred  to in  the present-!do   something    for  the   colleg-.      lt
unit of the grand jury at the recent'gave  Wm much  lJ'eilsl"'e  to   be  cou-
���    . ,,,,   ,   .,      ,, ,, . nected with a church which had such
assizes.     Ihat   the   McBrlde   govern- honored   names   as   Rev.   Dr.   Crosb,
ment,   with   its  boasted   amplitude of Rev.  T.  D.  Pearsua  .and    Rev.   J.   P.
financial   resources    should    entirely Bowell,  and   had 'been  pleased   with
negk-ct attention to matters of such!llle way in  vhlch Mr- P^son  1]i"i
���������,.     ,,���      , ,i ���     , ire'erred   to   the  aid   of   the  choir  iu
grave  importance as  this  is  an   4a- U, cliui.,h services.
jury, almost criminal  in is  character      While  they  appreciated   the   record
against  the  community.    Vet  we  sec .of    the  men   and    women   who   had
the   Iliads   of    this    ad mini strait Jon istood   tor  -vt-'urs for    Christianity,  it
'was to the young people they must
' " ':,",l" look as the hope of the future. They
must trust the young people; they
must not be afraid concerning tlie
loyalty of the young people, securing
their assistance, loyalty aud friendship.
During tiie evening a pleasant musical    progam    was    carried   through-
Rod Waggoner, press agent of tue
'���Time, the Place and the Girl,' wa.
a caller yesterday, having com(. in to
complete arrangements for the appearance of that favorite play with
music at the Westminster Opera
House,  Saturday,  September  8.    Tins
They  wished,  he  said   to:is ?ne of ^ larl?est  musical  organ!-
express their deep appreciation of the ?atI<__ aa ,t'1 _ roa<1 and 's now pl_."
spirit    which    prompted    that  social iln&   its   third   engagement   at   the
j Moore Theatre In Seattle.     The com-
them muchlpany n"ra,jV,';i some sixty persons and
Is headed _y Robt. Pitk'u and Jessie
Huston. The show girls are said to
be of the real beauty model type and
the  "Peewes  kiddos'    are  s<ud   to  be
SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware is the kind you give the bi
Kind to last for lifetimes���fit] her heart with  pri
Kind to give the couple to cheer them all through life-
Kind  that  pleaseg Hubby and also pleases Wlfi !
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Artists' Materials
Architects' Supplies
Office Supplies
AT
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BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES.
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AT
RYALUS
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
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��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� nnnenn .e*e.***<******}
stumping  the  country  and
ing.  "See what we have done!"
li is however by what has b-een left
undone that th -McBride government
must be judged, and the provincial
gaol in this ciiy is only one .reck
in .lie great .lot of maladministration
that they have to answer for.   it took |Th��Se taking part included Mrs. Pear
inm, ,w,n���,rh i.  ,,���. i      ' , son and Miss Hall (piano dueti, .Mrs.
ong enough to get a safe and proper w_  T   Rei(1|  8ong(  eRoc|.  of ^     .
���building erected  for the  Land Regis-j Laurie  Johnson,  song;   Misses  Crake,
try offices.    We  wonder  how  long it  vocal duet and  recitation;   Miss  Mar-
will take, even  with  the  stronir een- i 3ila"-      Ttle last formed a particularly attractive feature of the program.
Refreshments   were   served   by   the
I Ready For  Fall
Outfitting
long It
even with the strong censure of Karl Grey as an additional
force, to secure the provision of proper gaol accommodation? If there
were a few Tory votes to be gained
by the carrying out of this work w=
may be sure it would be done quickly
enough.
DE ROUGEMONT SECUNDUS.
It would seem to be highly unfortunate for Dr. Frederick A. Cook that
Commander Peary has returned so
soon from his expedition to the North
Pole. This early arrival of the hardy
explorer was evidently quite ujiex--
pected by the Brooklyn physician,
"who had, no doubt counted on securing honor, glory and profit for an
heroic achievement before any discredit  could arise.    But Peary's    re~
ladu-s' aid, under whose auspices the
reception was held.
TAFT .WLVtS IN
WOMAN SUFFRAGE
But   the   Time   is   Not   Yet   Ripe   For
Them to Commence Using the
Ballot.
Beverly,  Mass.,   Sept.  9.���President
Taft believes in  suffrage for  women,
but he does not think the time  for
lt ha. arrived yet.    His notion is that
... the great majority of women are not
turn to civi isation seems to threaten '    ���.,,      .    , V    .        . _. e
...... ' convinced that they desire the  right
the complete demolition of the doc
tor's projected tyinmacle of fame,
though he may not lose all the profit
he had calculated upon The picturesque story of his amazing journey to
the farthest north which Dr. Cook
unfolded before the King of Denmark and the Geographical society of
Copenhagen does uot appear to have
gone down at all well.   The adventur-
is  mornings   Boston   Post.
The question put to the president was:
,.:,,,, ,   ,   ., , "How do you stand on woman sur
er   evidently  expected   them   to   take frage?" and the president replied:  "A
him quite seriously, ibut his story did great   many   able   women  who   have
to vote. When the tlme comes that
the women of the United States are
agreed that they wa��t the right to
vote, the President hopes that they
will get it.
These views on the suffrage question the president made to a Boston
caller recently who quotes the president in  this  morning's
I
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It's half the battle
to have the right
appearence and the
other half is in living up to it.
A man feels like
living up to the
genuine quality,
the clean-cut character of
not impress the learned assembly a3
a relation of Scientific facts and achievements. Tbey appear rather to
have regarded it as a pretty romance
of adventure much on a par with the
old time story of Swiss Family Robinson and the more modem version in
the same strain of the once famous |
De  Rougemont.    In  fact    Dr.
given the woman suffrage question
serious thought are not yet convinced
that they desire the right to vote.
When the time comes thai the women
of the United States are agreed that
they desire woman suffrage, 1 believe
the time will then be ripe for them
to have it, and I hope when that time
comes they will get it."
The president has come out in fav-
Cook !or of public golfs links everywhere. I
would seem to be De Rougemont re-"0 unhesitatingly pronounces golf [
divivu. I the  greatest  outdoor  game    in     the |
'   ""' world,   though   he   pays  a   tribute   in
Altogether apart from this absence passing, to baseball.
Reid & Co. 's Proper
Clothes.
They inspire him to do and be his
level best.
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We teach MueIc, Art, University High School and Public School
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Ten experienced instructors���Gymnasium instruction given to students free  of charge.    For  ratet for board or tuition apply to
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WE ARE READY TO SHOW
you how It Is cheaper to buyout
high-class building iuiderlals
than it Is 10 purchase tlie V��or'
er kind. We ran l,onl
buildings buUt with
rials tbat never need
We can point to some
that need repairs all the tim��
But they were not built ol "Ur
materials. See
cheapness lies?
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oiliers
where
real
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT 8TREET,
FLOUR AND FEED M-1��'haN11.
Telephone 333.
New Westminster.
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEW5
n V' 1909
THK  DAILY
WS.
.AGE KlVfi.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
SPECIAL SHOWING OF NEW DRESS FABRICS FOR FALL.
SATIN DUCHESS CLOTH. CHIFFON BROADCLOTHS, INVISIBLE
CHECK AND STRIPE  SATIN   CLOTHS,   FRENCH   SERGES.
NEWEST SHADES, PRUNULA, WISTERIA, CARROT, TAN,
BR0WNS, MOLE GREY, SERPENT GREEN AND BLACK. PRICES
RANGE FROM, PER YARD
75c to $2.50
SPORTING NEWS
JOHNSON lilEAii. iHliim UKAGE1
|      OUTCLASSES KAUFMAN |. ON THt COAST
No Decision Was Given in Yesterday's   B.   W
Ten Round Bout, But Colored
Man  Had  Best  of  It.
Collison,  of  the   Foothill
Lacrosse   Team,   Said   to   Be   i
Vancouver.
City
DRESSMAKING
SLEY   IN   CHARGE.
DEPARTMENT OPENS TODAY, MISS WALM-
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
It will pay to buy your groceries from
C.  B.  DEANS
San Francisco, Sept. B.���Although
on account ol the state law Referee
Smith was presented from awardiiag
any decision In ibe big ten-round
flghl em een Jack John.ou aud Kaut-
man today ,aii who saw the mill have
no doubt about awarding the laurels
to the  colored man.
Johnson had Kuufmun going from
Hu- first. He led in every rouml,
using his famous right hook with
telling effect. His height and length
<��l limb were too much tor bis opponent, tvho wiih the exception of one
or two rushes In the second, fourth
ami fifth rounds, confined himself almost strictly to the defensive.
The big colored man showed great
form throughout the flgnt, uid was
almost as fresh at the cloBe a.s when
he started. At no time In ihe cou.-..-
|of the battle did Kaufman show bim-
'li able to worry his opponent in the
lightest.
The Bght was not so Interesting as
had iven expected owing to the clear
supriority of the ebony giant, but
with the exception of ou,. or two passages of stalling it was last and there
was something doing nearly al] the
Iti ine.
Neither of the men were badly
JHsed at the close, although Kaufman
was beginning to show signs Of wear.
Johnson's supporters are much en-
CfiUraged by his showing. His work
j showed more h-cid than in his eii-
loouater with Bums, und augurs well
for the coming bi^ combat with Jeffries.
Word was received from Vancouver yesterday to the effect that li. W.
Collison, manager of the Calgary JU_
cross. Club, thalleugers f0r the".Minto cup, was it. that city.
The management of the New Westminster Cub has received no intimation as to hi-> visit to the coast, and
so far Mr. Collison nag not -stated
wheilier or not his visit has any connection with the challenge for the
cup.
Today is the final date set by the
managi mint of the Salmon Bellies
for an answer to their communication
selling dates for the games proposed
between Calgary and this city. If no
word was received _y today the understanding wa>- that the whole matte, was to be considered off. The
officials of the New Westminster Club
are now wondering rather anxiously
whether any communication Will arrive in today's mail from Calgary, or
Look For the Big Electric
I -Sign.
It leads to the place where you can SAVE 10 TO 25c ON
EVERY DOLLAR on your Furniture purchases for value.
Come, see and believe.
VV. E. FALES 6I2-.II Agnes Sireet
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE  176.
NIGHT CALL 81.
whether
visit this
Mr.
city.
Colliscia    himself will
YESTERDAY'S RACING
Cat   v
Flakes,
or  Carnation
per   pkg.   ...
Wheat
...35c
Wheat Fl ikeg
lor	
ln   bulk,   4
lbs.
25c
Gold _   West   Baking Powder,
12 oz. tin 20c
This is a _ood baking powder.
O-joun. sack sugar,
.$1.20
Schilling's   Best
der, per tin ..
Baking   Pow-
..25c ana 40c
Chicken Snup,  2 tins for  . .T5c
Clark's Pork
for	
and Beans
'.', cans
 25c
Fn-sh   Ground
at, per lb.  .
Coffee,
special
....25c
CRICKET
:
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
WRITING MATERIALS, OFFICE SUPPLIES, BOOKS, PAPERS.
V.GAZINES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT
I. A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
IV OUR STOCK. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. WE BUY FOR CASH DIRECT FROM
THE MANUACTURERS, WE THEREFORE SAVE YOU MONEY.
NO  DISAPPOINTMENTS  IF YOU  DEAL  WITH   US.
Westminster  vs.   Burrards.
Tin-   following  team   will   play  tomorrow against  the  Burrard club at
Moody square, beginning at _ o'clock:
W.  Langford,    s.    Richardson,  l<\ J.
Peers. J.  H.  Vidal, P. ('. Lashmar, C.
H. Judd, Rev. C.  W.  Houghton, T. L>.
Sherriff, A. F. Menzles, _. C.  Davey
[and  C   S.  Cooke.      On   September 22
I there will be a club meeting at which
I the   question   of   the   ground   will   he
'taken up lor next season and business
j wound up for the year, the gam... with  Sainposal.
the Burrards being the l^1-
FIRST RACE���Five and a half furlongs, selling, two year olds.
1, Balronia; 2, Regina Arvi; 3, Mr.
Hose.
SBCONO RACE���Seven furlcngB,
selling, four year olds and up.
I. Kntre Nous; 2, General Haley; li,
Ten  Row.
THIRD RACK���Six furlongs, s-u-
ing, three year olds and up.
1. Herlves; 2, Grace G.; 3, Jack
Adams.
FOURTH RACK���Six and a hall
furlongs, selling, three year olds aud
up.
1, Pbillistina; 2, Emma G.; 3, Bal-
nade.
FIFTH RACE���On- mile, selling,
four  year olds and  up.
1, .1. C Clem; 2, May Sutton; 3,
(.'ol.  Bronston.
SIXTH RACE���One mile and 20
yards,  purse, three year olds and up.
1, Follle    _.;   2, Silver    Knight;   i.
AWAIT THE WATCHES.
Players
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Prices  for     Junior   Lacrosse
Will   Soon   Be   Here.
The twelve handsome silver watches, bung up by Richard Burde of Alberni as a prize to the best junior lacrosse team in this city, for the Pllr"
pose of encouraging the game among
41 the youngsters of Xew Westminster
J are expected to arrive ki the city
XIwithin the course of the next Eew
��� j days- The order has alrea.Ij been
J placed, and they should be here very
4   shortly.
.   i   "Night  Riding" at  Racetrack.
New York, Sept. 9���Through the
arrest of two men at the Sheepshead
Bay racetrack, tbe owners of race
horses declare they have discovered
a revival Of the old system of "night
riding." Ostend, a two year old race
horse belonging to Walter S. House
was taken from his stable Sunday
uight and ridden on the yearling
training track to the point ot' exhaustion, so that when he was led
to tae paddock to start in the race
for whieh iw was prime favorite, he
was  utterly  unfit to run,      1.  is said
Successors to J. J. MACKAY 4 CO.
********e*e*mn.n^nn*nnn^nnmnnn*nnn:nnnnnoo4>nnnnnnnn*
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.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
that  a  large  amount of  money  had
When they arrive the watches wlU hettu   bet   against ibe  horse  winning
5jbe exhibited in the window oi T. Gif- the race.     This practice was common
��� I ford,   M     P.   P-'s   store   and   arrange-  -  [ew years ago ou western and Caua-
J   ini.its  will be Immediately  made ����r diun tracks, and it has been attempted
��� 'a series of two or three games to de- here,  but  with only  varying success.
��� jcide  who shall be tiie lucky winners.   Extra guards have been placed i
Ji    When   Mr.  Burde  left   thla  city  he   ,d\i  _tables   at   tbe    Sheepshead
��� i left the arrangement of the terms on track.
which tha matches for the prizes
were to be played Hi the bands ot H-
Ryall and Captain Gifford Of Uie
Salmon Bellies. It is understood
that they have decided to imit .be
age of the players to U years, but
Otherwise to put no restriction upon
the number of teams competing ��>r
anything vise. The organizing of
the teams and so forth will be left
entirely  to  the  young  players.
DOMINION  TRUST   BLOCK
REFEREES   APPOINTED,
Officials   Named  for   Second  Division
Soccer on   Saturday.
Five second division football matches  win  be  played  next   Saturday
the mainland   aeries,    the
.fixtures being scheduled.
British   Columbia   Electric   Railway
Us   Grandview���Re fere, H. McColl
C. P. R. ta,   Thistles���Referee,
Phillips.
Nationals   vs.
,D McCalluni.
Central Methodists vs. Y
Referee, T. Mahoney.
Ctoar   Cottage vs. Coquitlam
eree, R. Cavers.
xboiu
Bay
English   Soccer.
i__don, Sept. 9.���The football re-
suit yesterday were; Southern
League���Reading, 0; Leiton, 0; Plymouth. 0; Argyle, 1; Southampton, 1;
Swindon Town 4, Brentford 0; Watford 1, Qusens Park 1.
AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP.
Between
Leafs.
in
following
O.
Shamrocks���Referee,
M. C. A.���
-Ref-
IMPOUNDilD.
���*������������������������������������������������������,�����,,, ��+���������������������������������������
Electric Railway Service \
Interurban Line.
Car8  for Vancouver   and   way
Ration,  will  run every  halt
h0llr  from   5:50  a. m.   Laat
c�� leave, at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
u:��0 p.m.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at C;20 a.
m
One Hoist.In cow and calf; color
of cow, black and white; mooley, one
ear slit. Unless redeemed by Saturday at 10 a. ui. both animals will be
sold.
PUBLIC   MEETING.
twn Vfi   "le   dePQt   every
tw"n,y  minutes  for
Won and
city
Une.
both  Sap.
dty limits over the
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten minutes atter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after i
the hour, commencing
a. m.
at 6:30
Sunday service half-Hourly he-
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m-
��� Briflsh Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Lil
>���������.������
In response to a petition to the City
Council of a number of ratepayers, a
public meeting will be held at the
Citv Hall on Friday, the 10th inst.,
at 8 p.m. to discuss the granting of
certain lands at Coquitlam lake to
the Vancouver Power Company.
W. A  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall,   New  Westminster,  September 9, 1909.
TEN DOLLARS  REWARD.
���������'������������������������������������������������ww#wwwW^<>t#4
For information leading to the arrest
and conviction of the parties who
broke into the dressing-room of the
West End Lacrosse Club at Moody
Square and stole certain articles
therefrom,
Decisive   Game    Tomorrow
Westminster and   Maple
The final match of the Paciiic
Coast Amateur Lacrosse Association
will be played tomorrow at Recreation park, Vancouver, the faceoff being timed for 3 o'clock, that oflRv
having 'been delegated to Mayor
Douglas.
Wlstminster has already beaten
Victoria twice, and the Maple Deals
once, and a victory over the Maple
Leafs tomorrow means the championship. Should the Vancouver team
win, which Is not at all likely, the
honors will be even. Westminster,
however, is confident of a victory.
and will have a strong twelve out. 0.
D. Peele wlll referee.
The team will be composed of D.
E�� Munn, goal; D. Digby, point; R.
Pearson, cover; B. Galbralth, first defence; H- Gifford, second defenc*; D.
Bartlett, third defence; H. MacKenzie, centre; J. Fitzgerald, third home;
\V. Sangster, second home; O. Smith,
first home; V. Purdy, outside; O.
Swanson, Inside.     Spare, F. Hume.
S. R. Bowell, in returning home
last evening, wii3 fortunate to escape
a serious accident at the corner of
Sixth avenue and Third street, owing j
to the branches overhanging the Sidewalk there. It ls a direct violation
of the bylaws to permit branches of
trees to overhung the sidewalk.
The Sunday school of Queen's Ave-
iue church will hold its annual reunion on Sunday, when old teachers
and pupils are Invited. Rev. Dr. Sipprell, of Columbian College, will deliver an address, and there will be
selections by the choir. Other features  have   been  arranged, I
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER!., THE   EMPRESS   HIGH   WEIGHT
HANDICAP,   SEVEN    FURLONGS-
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.
IW.    FIFTEENMINUTE   SERVICE    FROM     GRANVILLE    STREET
STATION.
HOUSE of QUALITY
Nobby Fall Suits
For Men
We have the latest patterns and
shades that have been shown this
Fall. Our designs are taken off
the latest New York cut, which is
the fashion center.
Let us show you that we mean
what we advertise.
Suits $18 to $30
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALERED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
"IDAY,   SEPTEMBER
10. 1.
COLUMBIA    STREET     LOCAL     IMPROVEMENT   NOTICE.
Tb.- Municipal Council of thv Corporation of th. City of New Westminster having by resolution determined
and specified tha. it ia desirable i"
carry out the following works, tbat
is to say:
(ai 'i'n construct ,. s.wer ki be
known as the "Columbia Streei
Sewer" on Columbia Btreet between
McNi ��� Iy .-i i '������    and Fourth strv..
(b) To construe! cemeni sidewalks
an both sides of Columbia street between McNeeiy street and Fourth
stivet with necessary retaining walls
And that tbe said winks shall be
carried out In accordance with tbe
provisions of the Local Improvement
General   Bylaw,  1909.
And the C'iiy l_i._in.-er and City
Assessor bavlng reported to the Council in accordance with the provisions
Of tbe said bylaw upon the said works
giving statements Bhowlng the
amounts estimated m >;(. chargeabh
<i_ainst. the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other jiaticulars anj tbe
s.iid reports of the si.id City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopted by the Council,
Notice is hereby given that the
said  reports are open for Inspection
HI  the Offlce Of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster, B. 0.i and that unless a petition
againsl   the     proposed     works   above
mentioned Blgned by a majority of the
owners of the land or real propertj
to be assessed or charged In respect
of .uch works representing at least
oiiv-half In value thereof is presented
to the Council within fifteen days
from il.,. date of the first publication
of this notice the Council will proceed with the proposed Improvements
under such terms and conditions as
to the payment of the cost of such
Improvements as the Council may by-
bylaw in that behalf regulate and determine and also to make the said
assessment,
Dated this 1st day of September, A.
D. 1909.
W, A. DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
Date of first, publication, the 2nd
day of  September,  1909.
B. C.. EXHIBIT
ASTONISHES EAST
Toronto World Likes Showing of This Province at
the Fair in That City.
Hrandrlth of Vancouver. Both gen-
tlemin arc very enthusiastic In their
discourse about their province, telling thai the revenue in il)08 amounted
to nearly $6,000,000, bavlng trebled in
six years; tbat 13. C. mines have produced over 300 inllbn dollars; trade
bas Increased iver 10 million dollars;
fisheries produce 14 million dollars;
forests produce over 1- million dollars annually; orchards over seven
million dollars annually, and that
sh,. b.-is millions of acres of paper-
making materia]   undeveloped.
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New West-
miiisier post office, .be hour given in
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hou., as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise slated, are despatched ami received dally except Sunday.
The only mails dispatche_ and received Sunday are the O. N. R. South
ami ('. P. K. vast mails, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, _raBer
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
0:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'clock
th. previous inghi)���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl,
. a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. oast taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboisiord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
>S a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and south;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldge and liaz-
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Olowjrdale, except Hall's Prairie. Ha-
zelmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays   and   Saturdays
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Centra] Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry 11111, Timberland and South Westminster by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Kast Burnaby, hy courier.
2:u() p.m.���Burquitlam, iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ciose at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and Sun-
luiry, dally except Sunday; Woodward.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mail des-
patched nnd received  via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.��� Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
ll p.m.���Cloverdale, Nieoniekl, and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
(Thursday, Friday ami Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.��� Vancouver ami Burnabj
lake,   via   B,  C.  Electric  Railway,  Saturday an extra mai] is despatched to
Victoria  via  Vancouver al  this hour.
Blaine an | Seattle, Including al]  U.
S.  points east  and  south,  via li.  N   K
"Flyer."
0 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. oast, i-ra
eer Mills. This mail takes tbe following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond,   Port    Haney,     Mission,     Chilli
wack, Harrison Hoi Springs, Agassiz,
Lytton, Llllooet, Spenoes' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all points east
except. Kootenays.
Mails   Received
13:40  a.in.���Blaine  and    Seattle,  in
eluding all  U. S. points, via U. N   it
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 io 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry lllli,
by courier (Tuesday ami Friday),
9:110 a.m.���Vancouver anil Victoria,
Via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladn_, Pori
Gulchon, Westbam Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Wood
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Sieves
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.������. P. R. east (first tTnln)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
end Fraser Arm.
1:80 p.m.���I_ist Burnaby, by courier
2:.'io p.m,���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30  p.m.���Blaine  nnd    Seattle,  m
eluding all U. S. points.
9:40   p.m.���Second   Mall   east,   and
losnd mall from  SiiiiuiR, ,-md  Seattle,
nclu.rn .  II.  S.  A.   matter,  and  also
fraser miub.
(Toronto World..!
When ii comes to governmenl exhibits, they've all got to take their hats
oil to the woolley weBt; thai Is, tie-
extreme west���British Columbia. The
exhibit from that province is the won
der of the Canadian National Exhibition, and the "(.men Bee" of the horticultural building. The biggest things
that easterners ever Imagined become
diminutive when the products of the
Rocky Mountain province are brought
Into view.   Exhibition   Commissioner
W.   K.   Scott  couldn't   very   well   bring
tiie Cores! giants dowp with him, but
be bai brought sections of them tbat
I'll a comprehensive tale.   There is a
cross  section  of a   Douglas  fir,  CUt  -���">
fi el from the butt, tba) measures, dla
metrically, E feel 6 inches. Mr, Scot!
says he could have produced one
double that width, but it win.id be too
difficult i" hand!. The plinth shown
is only P> inches thick, bul 12 men
couldn't lift It. There are also sections of sprue,, and cedar just as remarkable. Sum, of the ures grow to
a height of 316 feel. There is a mag-
nlflcant plank I feei 6 inches Wide,
cut from a a 'board 80 feet long shown
in  the exhibit.
In the fish section, too, there is just
Ib much to marvel a;. Everybody
knows the Industry whieh made British Columbia, famous; but few people
can comprehend the mammoth size of
the tisb until they have seen a spring
salmon weighing 70 pounds. Some
very excellent samples of white sea
bass, red sea bass and black cod, are
also   shown.
The fruit raising industry of British Columbia bas reached such proportions and proved such a successful
venture, that the province now boasts
of Its possibilities In this Held, as
j "tiie coming orchard of Canada," acid
ithe abundant array of luscious fruit
of all kinds shown in the exhibit, does
not belle the suggestion. Their principal I'.-..:, market is In the prairie
provinces, and. despite the rapid rate
|at which orchards are being planted
it is impossible to keep pace with tbe
growing population of the grain growing  areas.
Thp big game, native to the province, is also represented in the display, including big hoin. bear, panther
and elk. An immense stuffed elk
reached Toronto last night from Vlc-
lo.ia. .ill be mounted in the horticultural  building today.
Mr.  Scott   is   assisted   by     Vi     J.
DOCTORS DISCUSS
ADVANCE OF SCIENCE
Interesting   Papers Were   Read  at thei
Recent Congress in   Buda   P.sth���
Treatment of Appendicitis.
Budapest, Sept. ll.���1.\ the International medical congvess, Dr Sonnen-
herg, of Berlin, stated thai b knew
of 300 cases of acute appendicitis
thai   bad  been   cured   without   opera-
���i. ��.. He was COnvinCi d thai it was
nol always essential to operate 1M
tbe early stages of the disi as..
Prof. s. n- Jacques Loeb of the unl-
verity of California, al Berkeley,
Cai., delivered an Important lecture
on artificial parthenogenesis and formative stimulation.     He said thai all
j biological processes could be expained
Ion physico-chemical bases, and he regarded life Itself a. a chemical tunc-
| tlon.
Further, he saw no reason why life
: could noi be established In dead matter chemically. These views he
supported by extremely Interesting
experimental evidence.
1 He described how working with
eggs of marine animals, he attempted
to discover the physico-chemical nature of fecundation. He found thai
extracts of the male seed of homologous animals failed to fertilize eggs,
bin lhat of a foreign Species was capable of doing so. lie further found
that the process uct_ in two stages,
ami each stage can be imitated chemically. First the sperm evil acts by
partially dissolving the external layers of the egg, and secondly tho process called formative stimulation
proceeds by the penetration of a subsume,, of high  tonicity.
NEWFOUNDLAND'S  NEW
GOVERNOR  HAS ARRIVED
St. John. N.F., Sept. 9.���Amidst
the hearty cheers of a large gathering of citizens, Sir Ralph Williams,
the new Governor of Newfoundland.
Succeeding Sir Wm. Mac-Gregory, arrived today on the Allan Line steamship Carthagina, The British war
ship Brilliant, was in port to assist
In the formal welcome. An official
welcome was extended Iby tbe Premier, Sir Edward Morris, his cabinet
and representatives of the clergy.
Public Market
Market  Clerk  D, E. Mackenzie
Open  8 a. m, to 6 p. m. Fridays  7 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Phone   138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER  VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Keen's Stall
for
VEGETABLES,   HERBS.
D
avies
&s
on
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and  Bedding  Plants.
Monk's  Stall
for
Fish   and   Came
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"vVA TER NOTICE.
1909
THE   DAILY   NEWS.,
.    ,    '���' ���''
i��
���  an ap-
N ' ... -,,,,1,-r Part �� ���
... -      i let. 1909,   too
��� *  ��� u ��� ���- min lev i��-
' ^tmin-ter Dl
Address  and oo.
������ the Vancou-
... avi Having  a
it.ii  -.-
I
1 '������
hv
j_e i""ae-
, ���
divided
_U"Brlt.Vfi
,1 ach, aii fully
the take
Ipald ��.   '  '..,.,.     MisWoet     River,
Burrird    Inlet,    (Ind an
feforth -^       : ,.  point  of  diversion
k,       ��� '...      A vn.    from the
1, ,(,., The Quantity
It   ' .      ,:. in cubic feet pe
Icl"     fe)   The   character   ot
.      ,       ; ;0rkB, a  wat.   power
ulant
cat or certificate of lis pendem   ���
li led within siic-h period, or in di I
ol redemption before reglsi ration   you
;mii . ach ol  you will  be fore^ . ���
topped uml debarr d from .-������
any claim to or im regpi cl of th
I, and I shal] register Annie R
as owner thereof in fee.     And I   ���
order thai  publication ol   I
iicc for ten daj.  In a dally c
published   ln   New   Wet '      will
.,. good and sufficient service th
I i.u. il at  the  land     reglsi rj   i
New Westminster, Province "f Brl I b
Columbia,   this  30th   day of Au
A. 1).. 1909.
C. B.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Samue] Coulter,  Esq.
P-lOS s_v_x
Ooasi   Range One.
that   Albert   Hunt, oi
ivei   B. C., occupation   farmer,
to apj ly   l'or permission to
the    following    desc i i
'   ��� lng  ;n  ,-i  poBt  planted in
ol   Kees   Island
the  Anderson   group.    Dau-,|
1909       Applying   for   the
containing    lCti acres
' ��� ���'��� or less.
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S. H.  FORD, Agent.
D ted June Cth. 1809.
PRESBYTERUN PASTOKS    JKNOW THE WEATHER
ARE FOND OF IRE WEED
Disabled   Clergymen    Hnve    a    Strong
Leaning Toward th.   Use of
Tobacco.
WATER  NOTICE.
'f0, the generation
Industrla
ot electricity i
\y-
Lrcial I      '
Notice is hereby given tbat au ap-
and com-j plication will be made under Fan  V.
,1 particularly  In \ot the "Water A<-t, 1909," to obta n a
i  motors,   machlney.
tbe   operation     ot
< .her works lor wblcn
and power are su'.t-
ifi
water
Th..-  pre-
iv to be
cor-
m
|t.:.
���her-.-
w.f operation
eiY''  ���
Cwnwaya and
light, hi ii
and ava
nn  which   tbe
i i. gltuatod at or near high tide
rmoutb of the river, (g)
HY tor Which lie water is
'" '  e^lB to generate electric pow
Y,v and beai tor traction, light-
P   ,' :, tfacturing ami    all
I or other purposes 1400   feet   south
'- t>e applied,    (li   If Block one n,  l_ tiit. nortbwesl
0 ',,,.,-;.    , in- used for power or ner of District Lot 144.
scribe  the   place     (d.) Tin- quantity of water appll' I
to be returned to .for (in cubic feet per second) is two
channel, and the differ- (2).
between point of dl-j    ,e.) Tbe character of Uie proposed
ersion and  .lllnt  of    return.     The! work.-   Is  to   run    power    machinery
Y. is to be returned to river near and   electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
,���[_ of same, awl difference of ele- Irrigating,
.'    ...-, poinl of diversion and1    uj The   premises   on   which   th-.-
water la to be used is known as Block
"ii- Mi, two (2) and sixteen [16) in
Districi Lot 114, Burnaby.
(g I The purposes for which the
'water is to be used arc domestic,
.power, light and Irrigation.
(h.i lf for Irrigation describe tin-
land io lv irrigated���about twelve
(l-l   acres.
iii If the water is to be us til tor
power or mining purposes deswtbe
Uie place where the water Is to 1** vn
turned to some natural channel. And
the difference in altitude betW��e_
points  of  diversion   and   point  of   W
Dlrti li     oi   Coast   Range  One.
notice that John Johnson, ot
iver,  ii. c., oocupaUon,    sale_
tnan, intends to apply for permlssloi
to  purchase  the  following   describee
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ol
the north shore of John island, an Island between Kees island and Davies
lsiand. Dated, June 6Ui, 1909. Ap-
plying for the whole island, containing 60 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON.
Pe.  S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June Cth, 1.09.
co.
the
license In the Municipality of   Burnaby  Division  of Lot   111 District
(a.) Tae name, address aud ocupa-
tlon of the applicant is Horace Williamson, llii Westminster avenue,
Vancouver,  li   C.
(b.) The name of the lake, stn
(If unnamed, the description) le   un-  ������ '   ���   	
i"i��w'h, mag in Lot 210, running in     District of Ooast lunge One
a  southerly   and     we.ta.ly    direction     Take notice that James  Watson   01
through District Lot in, Burnabj        Vancouver, 13. c, occupation   farmer
(e.) Th,. point of diversion Is about intends to applj |()l permission to pur.
400    feet    south    of a stake marked chase tbe following described  lands:
Commi in Ini
 g at a
the northeasi   shore
post planted on
of Owl island.
Dated June Bth, 1909. Applying for
the whole Island, containing lbn acre-
more or 1 _s
JAMES   WATSON,
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  AgenL
Dated June Cth,  1909.
Philadelphia, p 9    Disabled
clergymen 0I   the   Pn   byterian   faith
��� a strong  leaning toward  tobac-
���N"  mattl "  bo .   superannuated
������'<:""1     th j   are noi willing to
orego  the  weed, -. \ iigence
'" thai direction bars Men, trom the
luxuries of a borne .peciallj    rovided
"," them.     Thv  discovery of much
l:'":'       :"       ciologists   was   made
whan the trustees of the John C   Mer-
<" r borne in Ambler,  Pa, applied to
the court tor permission to close the
.institution.
i It is tho Irony of fab thi ���> ay that
this lovely borne, establl hed twi nty-
one years ago by the widow of a
millionaire tobacco grower an i
, chant, should utterly fail ol Its
jK-is- because of th. clau e In Its
charter which bars any inmate from
using tobacco.
The home was built by the estate
of Anne Jane Merci r, th widow in
q '������ tlon, for disabled Preai yti rlain
ministers,   and   them  alone.
EOR MONTHS AHEAD
French Meteorologist Says t
Can Be Done���Requires
Universal Co-Operation.
mer-
pur-
U)
be
D la about  3'KI feet.
^a of Crown  lan 1  hit' nde I to
the proposed works wlll
., ,   : 320 acres,    (kl   Thi    noon   the   7th  day  ot
-, .  a,.plication     will    be
...      | ,   Commissioner   on   the
.   August   1909.    (I)  Give
I  .       md addresses  of any   ri-
. ra or licenses who or
: i.eiy to be affected
���-; works,  either abov.
elow thn  outlet,    B.   F.   Dickins,
111 ouvi r, 13. C.
���  of  the    Memorandum  of
District of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
intends to apply for permission to pur-
of Vancouver. II. C-. occupation, lady,
chase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a  post  planted  In
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island,   the largest  island   in   tbe  in-
jlian   group.      Dated  June  Ctl_
Applying  for tbe  whole  island
tainlng  68  acres  more or less
BERGETA ANDERSON,
Pea-  S.  H.  FORD,  AgenC
Dated J_*e 6th, 1909.
Cook Maims That
He Has All Proofs
(Continued  from  Page One.)
Paris. Hep;. 9.���Edmond Telsserenl
de lion, th,- distinguished meteorologist, believes that real progre ha
at lasi been mad., in the direction ol
determining In advance the general
character of the seasons. W de and
continued obsi rvatlons of tbe behavior of the atmospheric movements
of ocean currents bi em to him to establish already certain general laws
and to furnish the bop,, thai we
should soon be able to predict the
weather  tor months ahead   He says:
"For thirty years 1 have been study.
ing the    movements and   centres of
con-
r l��
We
al our Piano Department will
vlnce yon that \vw Westminsl
the Place t" Qel You,- Piano
defy compel.linn, and our prices cannoi be beaten In British Columbia
For Instano���a large, beautiful, walnut case, i feet 8 niches high, only
$276 cash; one -I feel 6 inches high,
only    ...Ml  cash.        We   have   JUbI    iv-
ceived Hi- largest shipment we bave
ever had. (hn slop. Is chock full or
pianos, Such well known makes as
Nordhelmer, New Seal,. Williams. Do-
minion. Huffman. Kohler and Camble,
All v.v ask Is for you to call and ws
movements and   centres ol win tell    you  the   rest.     Has-,  pay-
high and low    pressure,     i observe menta If desired, Singer and Wheeler
certain     Interesting    ami   suggestive &  Wilson    Sewing    Machines, Victor
phenomena     For   instance.    in  the and Edison Talking mai bines all on
'urn.     Th,.   water  Is  to  be  returned '    tm , , .    * /���-   ,   _  _      ,. _
about  twonundred   (200)   feet  below     **��trlct ��f ��""'  n*n>ieL Sne' ,    ���
In same channel and about sixty (60>   ,Jvke noUcr 5*/, Prank Jacob7nnr'
feet low r of Vancouvei, 8. C, occupation, far-
Thear-a of crown lend Intend-****��� lnten(!s *�� aPpl7 for vmntsnUm
be occupied  by    the    proposed
sodation of  the   Company    which
Sthorlzed  the   propos-d   application
works, reads as follows:
(3)  Th-   objects  for    which    the
cpany Is established and  to which I    j
ijects the Company  are    restricted ed to
* tb. acquisltio- of water and water [worts Is imo..
���i        records  of unrecorded   wa-|    (k.) This  notlc-  was jrfisted on the
I the purchase of water re- 14th day of Aug-ust.  1909, and appll-
rijor* ''      -ivlleges for (a) Con-jcatlon   will   be   made    to    th>-    Oom-
Inj       rating and   maintaining missiouer  on  rh,.   15th  day of    Sep-
ic works,  power  houses,  gener-|tem er,   1909, at  ��30 o'clock.
bill   ut and such other appliances     il) Tii-e nam.-.�� and    addresses   ft
���  ������-   as    are  necessary  any    rip::nian proprietors nr licensees
who or  whose binds are likely to be
affected    by    the     proposed      works.
I ther above or below  the outlet are
the Crown,  H.  IS.    Scott.    Vanro_vrr.(
and E   Piikdman. Van(<ni*er.
HfflRACniS  WITJalA.MsriN.
412   Westminster   avenue,   v^tnco^i-
ver. n. c.
It. proper lot the Lt-nerating of elec-
|t: Itj or electric power, or any other
Eni ��� ped   power,    and    for
���nun vine to be used by
|t_ c:. ������:.- or bj  persona or com-
i contracting with the company
lth_-f - ..-     motive power for the
Mn  . of motors,     machinery   or
Been or other works or to
|_ i|    .       -h"  Company   to  con-
l: ��� atlng  or as a    motive
���hverfgrpr pi. lng tramways, or for
|. . .     lullng,    lifting,    pumping.
Tl?_:r cmshing,    smelting,  drilling
Ie:: :      .��� or  for  any   oth"r ope-a-
Wons to which i: may be adapted "r
Ito ���- :sed or suppllr^ for or in con
It- any  other  purposes for
I*: nr    elec'r'-c    power
hu; ��� - or required,    (gl For
|r-:    g  water   and   water    pov-r
p- ���        application and dis-
]'" erecting dams. Increasing
'���' er In    any   existing
Italjr ol water   or extending the area
|_i- the waters of any
!f_;   pond or  lake Into  any  other
I Channel or channels, laying or erect-
.   or flume,  pipe or  w-lre
IConstructing any raceways, reservoir,
iwduct welr, wheel,    building,    or
I Otter srecdon or work which may be
[Wired lr-. oonn^tlon  with the In.
1 provem. ni and use of the said water
���M water power or by  altering,  re-
J*wing, extending, improving, repair-
ifp o: maintaining any such works,
"���   T    pan thereof.
lANTOrVF.U   POWER   CO'Y.,   LTD.
(Signaturoi   y   h.  W.   Hope,    A.  E-
Beck, Directors.
I. V. Arnmwmg, S��cretary.
P  0   Addr<.��. Vancouver.  B-C-
iSf.' of the Vancouver Power Co'y.,
Ltd 1
tUe   folltwrine:   described
to   pnrchas,.
rinds:
Commencing at a p����t rented in
a smafl hav on north shor^ of Bend
ls.-nd. Da'ted Jiine 6_. Ki .>. Ap-
pljliJB for the whole island, containing M a<-res mor* or lew
PRANK JA00B9CW,
Per  S.  Ui  FO:-Q,  ._5_at.
Darad' Jane Cth, 1909.
LAND   ACTS.
District  of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, at
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Jewelstr,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
ands:
Commencing at a post planted in ���
mall hav on north shore of Berry Island,   dated   June  4th,   500..      Apply-
ng  for  the  whole  island,   containing
Ion acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN  ANDERSON.
Per  3.   Ii.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
Dlstrl-n  of  Coast   Rang.- One.
Take   notice  that   Adolph   O.   Jiotio-
Ison, of Vancouver,  B) C, .wcuprjaon,
I fanner,   ..tends   to  apply  for  per-iiis-
|scribed J-_l_s:
ision  to j_rcha.se    'i.e    follewln
Comnifffeing Ht a post planted sn
the north .tiore of Cr.b isiani!    I1 --'"d
IJnne  Cth.    I'm       A) flying    (Or
;whole  IslanS,    conLait.ing    9.     acr����
more or 1* ���_.
ADOLPH O.  JDHN60N,
}-_��� S.  H.  FORD,  a-fgenc
Dated  JuH�� 6th, 1909.
that time it Is expected thai be will
have stated, not only the rui] details
of bis successful quest lo,- thg far
northi m axis, bul thai he will add
sensational statements to bis already
1909. sensational charges asainst Dr, Cook-
con- | And with tbe arrival of Commodore
Peary in New York Or. Cook's friends
here proiws. to defend him vigA.
ously.
The members of the Arctic ciu.
are divided In their supvort, and it
Is  no I'riftidl-y division.
Presideni 'Jsborn declared that
������ben Peary lands be will Buhmli
vii-ee aflidaviis iu which Peary is ac-
eiised of having taken Cork's sup-
pTU-��, with torcisg open Cook, trunk
and! InBpvetlng l,in private notea and
memoranda, and with op<mi.ng and
readUig a personal letter from I Jr.
Cook tj> his wife. O.liom s;'.?_ that
he hiiia a further affidavit that C'om-
manden Peary adilrnasvd a lei ner to
Mrs- Comk. charging Iter husband!, with
being a; "takir."
Oiok to ProdLAe Proofs,
From Geptnhagen Or. Cook s��nds
word that) toilowing Ih^ charges made
by Peary. be has alr.iady arranged
to send a .up to Greenland unde, f_e
command   -��f.   Captain   swrdtup,   the
summer, wh>n th,. oceanic iiiuh pressures, whose centre ts In the n Igfa
borhood of the A/.oies, remain outh
of England :n,\ wesi of Europe, we
enjoj norma] weather and clear
skies. if, nn the contrary, the high
pressures are driven back toward thi
south, thej leave the Held cleai 'or
atmospheric vortices with low pn
sun-, which ordinarily remain In thi
latitude Of Iceland and west winds j
wiih gentle rain predoml iati m
Western Europe, If high pri ssure
reascends north without expanding
over Europe, we have cold winds,
rain and hall, and in ihe winter equal.
ly Interesting facts are observ d.
"Now, ii is the differences 0| ti rn-
perature " marlui currents, like tb'-
Gulf stream, thai  Influence the beha
easy terms.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   D.  C.
TENDERS   FOR   STEEL   BRIDGES.
addressed    to the
mark-d   on   tbs  en-
fnr Si,,.|   Bridges,"
Sealed  tendi
undi csigned, and
whip,.,  "Tendi r
will be i'-ci ived ai the ollice of the
commissioners ol the Transcontinental Railway, until 12 o'clock noun ol'
the -sUi day ol Septi mber 1909, tor
..      atmospheric      depressions,  the ccnstrucUon and erection of steel
BUperstructun -    ami
Prof HUdebrandsson, iiv Swedl h
savant, lias given himself for some
years io Uie study of the relations of
high and low pressure anas wild ma-
rin.  currents.       From one Of a series
of very suggestive curves that be has
drawn the curious fact Is made Clear
that the temperature at North Cape
Ha summ-r i.s ihe opposite of that of
Iceland tho next springtime. The
spring of a northern port iu North
America is o_ the aame character a-
thn- weather ui Iceland in th,. March
of the year preceding, Likewise,
one ia abl,. lo deduce from observations in Iceland what will be the
character of the season iii Newfoundland six months later.
The behavior ot atmospheric press
ure at North Cap- In springtime ts
regularly the opposite of that of the
corre.pondim; season reported from
Delbreezln, ir Hungary."
II,. has great bopeg that results
will atteiud the establishment al  l.m-
lloor systems
(wiih lies and wooden guard rails
complete-) required for bridges al tho
point* uamtid below;
District  "A"
Date
Mile. Htvlge. of Completion.
82.0���Cains River
124.6
133.0
134.07
1411.0
62.25
62.6
99.0
1U9.21I
113.48
123.6
136.0
Plan
South  West
N. B	
  Dec.
Maramiclil.
..  March  1
1. 1909,
.. imo,
.Itinip-r  lirook  . .April 1,  1910.
Odell. Brook	
 ���       emb JMil        ,.W
District "D."
Circl,.  River luly  1,
Low Hash River, June I,
Brule Cieek   ...April  1,
Froderiehouse    River,     "    '
Buskgow Rive,- April 15, I'.i lo.
Driftwood River,  May   I.  1910.
Mattagama River, June l, 1910
s and  profiles may Jje seen and
full
of
famous   Arntlc   explorer.,  to   bring   to  aco \>y \\^ conference last Mav  of an |Onta
Tak
Vancouver
j^ JaUnerica tw._ Eskimos who accompsn-1organization *or oo-operatlve  meteor-
ile_ him nortja. a year and a half ago. ologlcal  ��*��sirrs from all pirt.s of the
Dr. Cook  declar-s  tbat. he will  per-  world, from  SpitzbegEtB  to  the South
^(aooally    bavo    these    K-kimos    taoa  pacific isUas.      Man is iuat beginning
[Commander  Peaury    in    the efTort to (0  understand   that  h-  need   not  be
disprove    the   latter's     .large   that the Ignorant victim ol the weather.
jC^jk was nev-r out of slvjlt of land. 	
The  dispute hai  become  so aggraJ
vated and    puOmlses    to treate Such  BUILDER  OF   WARSHIPS
widespread   i_s��e_tions that   severat| speaks in Vancouver
"~"��� ipmminent members of the American
���TianOeographical   society   have   suggested
|that  both     Peaajf    and    Cook submit
['their  Individual  proofs,  including  all
noticr��� that Wilfi*.. Dougr.li r* (()liM.���-utions   a��i other  data,   to  the
Information obtained
the Chief Engineer
rir
at th- Ofllce
ni  Ottawa,
New WestmiT-ter  Land   Distnor,
trict of New Westminster.
i .enpation    farmer,    >I>l-u_it8dS tales coast and g��"��detic sun
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Tak,. notice that an application has i
'"'" tnade ���    register   Annie   Ryder L,
'���"      -������ ��, r .  simple   undw a tax
��ale deed from Sidnej  A. Fletcher to
*nnu' ��� vn.   .bit-   the   13th
Y ,,; Octobi      ������.   H , 1906, of all and
"ngiilar that certain   parcel  or  tract
' hu. l   ,   |    remlsea  situate,  lying
": '    ' '       :-    the     district  Of     New
v the Province of Brit-
.Sl1     '       ibla     more     particularly
ulA     ' ���    ���'��� scribed    as Lot  W,
Block l   ],  ,,   .,   lg ,vm, n   Block of Vancouver, B.
J; Lo,
Loi   i -  v v
. '. ���'. U and 17
District of  Coast   Range- One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson
Vancouver,.    B.    C occBpation, lady
intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described  hinds: .
Commeircing  at  a  post   planted1 on
Q�� north shore of Klaof .is island, a j
small  island s*Hith of Turner tstand. ,
Dated   June  6th.   1.09.     Applying  for '
the whole island.    40 acres more or
ess.
DORA  ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th. 1'90��-	
District of  Coast   Range One.
Take   notice   that  John    Olsen,   ol
Vancouver,  B. C, ocenpation. farmer,
Intends   to   apply   for   permission   to
purchase    the    following     described
lands:
Commencing  ���_    a   p��st   planted   in
at northwest    comer of    Davies
Island.     Dated   Jnne   6th,  1909.    Applying  for  the whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSBN,
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent-
Dated June 6th,  1909.
tends to applj   for permission to gur--.v_ wjjct, |,od_ is declared 1U1 be tbc-
cbaSe  the   fol.bwlng  described   lands: ' [i(^{  q���alili-d   ia  the   world   to   mak(
      Commencing at a   post   plant��_  n* |M. fair derision as to the
Northeast   cor ier of  lot   _69.   thence   j0le w,nl i nverv.
'south 'JO chains, thence east 40 chidliH-.\
��r:thence nortii  uo coast, ttawice fiillnw-  = ��� .   .    ..
iing  the coast line    to  point  of  ciin-
jmeneement
me-.ts of the J disappointed
himself to be
WIL-TOID DOi'OAlaL,
Per -5. M. DoognllJ AigOBh
Dat.d July '^st, 1909.
Re part (1 a_re) ot s--iuihi-ast quarter Of section 12. township 2, -K.:��
Westminster d.etrict.
Whereas proof Of the lis�� ot e��_-
flcate of title number 17r��7a, issued' tn
the name of William Oli-sui. haa _��������
filed in  this office..
Notice Is herobyv K'ven that I ��s_B.
at the expiration of one month feom
the date of the first publication tas*
of in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westnuneter
duplicate of the said
in the meantime
made to me ire
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMISS LODGE, NO. 27.���
Tbe regular _tf_ting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hail, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble-
grand.    Vi. C   Goatham. ree. Secy.
Vancouver,  Sept.   9.��� The  eity   hall
was crowd. I  lasi   niiiH;   with an enthusiastic   audience   to  hear   the   address   <n  the navy  given   by  Sr  WU
U__n  Henry  White.  t_. C.  H.. townerly
chief of    naval    construction   for thei
liritish  admiralty.      Tbey    wer,.  noti
for   Sir   WILiam   proved
as capable an orator as
a master of  naval   mechanism.       H's
speech  vibrated  with -q.-UrioU-m,  and
bis  plea foi colonial  co-operation  In
naval   affairs   struck   a  chord   in   the |
audience that echoed  back iu. hearty |
cheers.     H.   urged them U> prepare
not only for present probabilities, but
for distant   UMSlbilltiea, and declared
tbat,   whatever   other   nations   mlgbl j
do, th(. Bri_sh peOgia should do still'
ti.tter.       Sir Joseph   Thomson,  _\   R.
After contracts   are    awarded the
successful  tend iters must  submit designs    of    a.lL   Superstructures  with
���tress Bheets all to be in accordance
with the Specifications of Department
of   Railways   and   Canals  of   the  Do-
I minion (loveninient, X'Mix.      The class
iff load  In In: used I.s that designated
��� Heavy" in  ih,. said specifications,
Tenders will be received for one or
more of tbe structures required,
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all tlie parties to the tender, mid w/tjiosscd, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a 'bartered bank of the Dominion of Canada payable to the Commissioners of
the Transcontinental Railway, for a
sum equal to live p-c ci nt. (5 p.c.) of
the amouni  of the tender.
The  right Is rtwenved  to reject any
all tenders,
By order,
P.  E.
I_ind
nlnster,
issue a
i-rtrtlcate rmia-RS
valid   ��bjec'.i<si   be
wri'ini;.
C. S.  KEITH.
District iteci-M-ar of Titles.
Registry   Offlce     ����W    West-
B.  C.  AUfOBt  J,  _Wf.
16
16 and 17.
16 and  17, Block    *>;
and 20, Block 9; Lots
Block 10, Lots 1, 8.
13
and n, Block 1
'     20   Block 13-
*?V: Block l*; i/its
:  "lock 16; L0.,. 4,   .. and 20
��. u>tsl, 8, 9, 16 and 17. Hlock 18:
w   6  Block 21;  all  subdivisions ot
Jft20/. Group l.     Lots 10, 11, 12, 13.
ji an-li.   Block  ��K"  subdivision  of
81 -in', -> 'r""I) 1; ^a 2^- 2"'- ����   2".
,?,-��� Block l-  Lots 2,3,4. 5,6.
,;    V    *  13. 14, 15 18, 19 and 20,
.     /'    '     I"!    1��.   Block   ..;    Lots   1.   8,
13 Af,   ;T   Bl0cl   V'    L;..s 4   5,12.
9, subdivision of Lot
'-     -    Block  4, o.   Lot
;
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  th.it  Ralph  Jacobson,
C.   occupation,  farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to  purchase  the  following  described
lands: ,   ^n
,.,.,  j   -    r       Commencing  at  a  post  planted  on
Lotfl  8   9 Vh th.  southeast shore In a small bay on
1  8  9  16 and Compton   Island-     Dated   June   4th.
' iyg W     Applying for tbe "bole island.
conuining ^J^^JSt,
Per S. H.  FORD. Agent-
Dated June 4th, 1909.
r
District of Coast  Range 0"��__^._
Take  notice  that   Jacob  AT^A.'
of Vancouver, B. C, ��f^A   lerZ��-
Pinter,   Intends   to  apply  ^J'^Z.
sion to    purchase    the I
scribed lands:
Commencing  at  a  poi
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
���16., the emin-nt Uritisb physicist, pre-
O. U. W���FRASER LODGE NO. _ sided. Sir. William White was re-
-Meetings th% Brsta nd third Tues-Y.ivo<i with loud applause ami cries
day In each month. Visiting breth- ;0f -Good old DevonpOrt." H(. said
ren cordially Invited to attends j that he w-uj speakkog at short notice.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Od_Ymt in v|ej��r of the fueat interest be-
fellows' block. Clarkson s;reei. Ung  taka-n. ln  Canada  in  the  navy  he
j thought it his duly to lay before tlum
some of bis Ideas of naval construction. The navy had created lhe British empire and *ery portion of the
|F.ni|ilr,. was dependant on It, and everyone \t, b -l��ved was willing to aid
iso that its .ii..j-emar.y, Which was
'imdoul.tiid, should   r-'nain  undoubted.
RYAN,
Becretary.
The  Commissioners  of    the  Transcontinental Railway, Dated of Ottawa,
August 2K,   L9IW..
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
A.
COURT BRUMKTTE, NO. 40.9. l.O.F.
���Meets tho fourth Friday In the
montli at 8 o'clock, In U _ small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OR EAGLES,
Aerie No. 1K>���Meets evecy Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. ln the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. J. tt Aik-Ii-
eson, W. .res.; II. SclUMi.ld, _*cre-
tary.
DISGIJISED  THE  BOOZE
AS   HARMLESS  GASOLINE
v: r :    t'"i  7-  D1��ck 4, o;  Lot ';scribed lands: .,,���..,   0-
���  "    '  '   Map 174. Commencing at a post pun-'     ��
Claiming through or the southwest shore of ����"*   *'X
'���   all   persons   claiming  Dated. June 4th. 1909       .PP1>'n��^
''   the    aid land  by vi,- the whoie island, containing SO acr
���.      -     ������:::     linr, o-lofo,...,     l_.a... .      ,_.!.__
anrtglatered  instrument.
Ir����ta8 "laming anv Interest
��� land by d Scent,  whose
I  undei   the pro-
;     '  Registry  Act."
��ntest the claim of
''    within  ten  days
the brs, publication
i ���
in  ih..
title |,
'���
ar,
more Ot less. ,.rntWON
I\COB  J.VCOB&u.'N.
Per B,  H. FORD. Agent-
Dated June 4th. 1909-
��d in default of
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
S cav-     THE       DAILY NE
W   -
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phxme t05 P- O- Box 345
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  �����  C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
JOAIID OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets In tn?
board room, City Hadl, as follows;
Third Thursday of each month:
qnartorly meeting on the tmr.
Thunsday of February, May. August j
nnd Novemtier, at �� p.m Annual
liieiHhiRn on the ��-'rd Thursday or
FebeBfcry, New members may he
proposed and Slotted at nny month
ly Ot quarterly meeting. C. H
Rl unt (Wade, spcretnry.
RONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord Of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the flrst and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of P.
hall.     Chief, W. Sutrterland.
O. O. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows- hall.
Columbia street, every Friday even
ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
wlll he made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. Q.; C. E Osborne, P O, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.i L. O. L.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. V.; C. O.
F. Court Westminster. No. _.n;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No, ...
To.toto, Sept. 9.���"This can contains
gasoijue." "Handle       With     '"tre.'
"Gasoline  t(,r  Klk  Lake."
Bui PrO-tadaJ License Inspector
Oconto Morrison, on his recep.t trip
to the North Country, grew suspicious. One day he ordered two hun-
ilred barrel'- directed to Elk Lake to
be taken Into custody. At Matheson
twenty cases containing beer were
found, and at l.atcbford two barrels
Of liquor, believed lo be wjhisky. A
dozen seizures of Ibe same 'brand of
liquor on Its way to Elk Lake to dilute the beer was lodged in safe
keeping
As a result of these seizures, and
many previous ones, Inspector Morrison secured no less than sixtean
convictions at Cobalt, Elk Lake and
Gow Ganda, with fines totalling Jl-50.
Nor did the courts stop at fines. One
man was sent to jail for alleged tampering with witnesses, the verdict
being rendered on the authority of
Section 63 of the Liquor act. There
tare a number of additional case* yet
pending.
Ro-part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group 2,
New   WeBtmiluuer  District.
Whereas proof of tlie loss of certificate  of   t._Ie  number   2396F,   issued
In   tfio  name of  John   Bernard  John-
,sc��, has be_n filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
lat the expiration of one month from
i the date ot Ibe first publication hvre-
lof in a iaJly newspaper published in
die '-'Ity <_��� New W'-stmlnster, issue a
.duplicate of the said certificate, unless
Iln the meantime valid objection be
Imade t_ tne in writing.
C. S. Keith,
Dlstrirt Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry    Office,    New  Westminster,  R  ('.,  August   30, 1909.
Germans   Eat   Dog.
Berlin, Sept. 9.���The official statistics for the second quarter of 1909
sho* that 1510 dogs have be<_ slaughtered Ior food under government Inspection and 29,785 horses.
ESTABLISHED
1891
eo VEA_r
EXPERIENCE
Tram Marks
Demons
cos-wights ac.
A.rone MOStM �� ��k��Hh ���ndi!_!^P_';.!_?,K
lulcklr _o��rt��tff onr WSnloii fro*i��h��tl er ��n
luT.noeo it probsbir r��tW'SMfltni _��?��___;
ttoiniarlctlj,coiid--nf__t..HMjOBODTonlj> eut*
���out Ire* (ft*** **.*><*JOTOKa^PVfmf^-.
Putent* Ukwi through slaaa nVo.nowve
nickrinotlM. wlthoato&w, la tie
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SEpTEMB_R   10i
We Buy
So That
We Can
Sell
and sell so that we
can sell again. We
have the goods at
the right price, and
(what is more), the
right goods. We
never fail to please
those who want the
best.
If you want anything in our grocery or crockery
line call in and see
us; we are here to
supply you.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
^ This  i-  the season  to beaut:f;
e your  residence  and  protect   i
j against the wet winter weather _
X by giving it a coat of
City News
Everything for tb? garden at Tidy-
phone 1S4. '
1 MAPLE LEAF
PAINT
���
t|    The contract with the Hassam Pav
0 Ing Company    will be   signed today
��� 'and work  will    begin    on    Columbia
J 1 street   next  -Monday.
T 1
1 Bargain     days  at   P.   Burns   a-   Co.
J Friday and Saturday. 20
SOLD BY
e chief Mcintosh Intimates thai the
J city police will mite determined steps
4 again. botelkeeper_ supply ng liquor
��� to drunk' n men.
J Be sure your Pall shoes hav. Her
n   cub S  sole;;  on.
��� Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA  STREET.
The amount of relief In the city
iin,s about an average for this time
i  year,   there   being   nu   special   call
.  un    the    Hen volent    Society    at  Its
4 monthly  meeting yesterday,
���
���      For fl-st-elass cut llowers and anj
J   kill .     i|    ." I"! il     WOl'k,   lev, ||l  ..,    Dav ..���
n i. i i ii     ise, i;_u--
e
e     a public meeting to discuss certain
J questions arising out  of the applies-
��� *�����-�������������������****���������������������������*.  ""���' l'1,   Vancouver   Pow    Com
 ^___    panj   to  acquire   lands  ai   Coquitlan
laki   v. I]   ... li- .,1 in the i oum il cham
bers this evening at 8 o'clock.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Miilr's Mtctal Cream
We also  hava all   kinds  of complexion   creatns  and  skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
&   Buddy,
Mills.
Fi i .      >l
v       ,-  Fru
.1. i:. Mathers, president of the Dominion Trusi Co., was n the city yesterdaj . In the afterui on, to company with ilie local manager, T. ft.
I', arson, h motored through the
Delia. siaj lng for a time al Ladm r.
Fi i-    i   In   lunV    -
Ci    .      v     ,.���    1.
and  ca i I ���
.   A) .in       , I .
201 li
westminster modern
school
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
Tbe purpos> of Education is to help
a person to work to advantage���to
make every stroke count. In the
rank and file the educated men get
the Dest salaries. Have you enrolled
fop a Commercial training at our
night school, which begins Wednesday evening, September 15th? If not,
DO  IT NOW.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
610 Columbia Street
The superintendent of li-h culture,
F, li. Cunningham, wires to Mayor
Keary thai Curator Andrew Halkett,
of tin., fisheries museum, Ottawa, will
lie on the coast shortly to arrange for
the flshi ri,. exhibit al the provincial
exhibition.
Hercules sole leather will wear out
two pairs of any other sol.- leather
made.
At the meeting of the board of control ol the R- A. am.l I. society, to be
held this afternoon, it is proba ile
thai the board will decide upon the
gentlemen io be asked to open the
exhibition this yar. The choice Is
limited owing to various causes.
Dr. J. D. Gamble, optician, is at 625
Coin in D a street, Room 13, every Fri-
da r, -0.-2
I
i    J.  E, Melnnes, of the staff of T. K.
|Stewart   Plumbing    and  Heating  Co..
iCalgary, is in the city visiting his
uncles, W. T, and J. L. Melnnes.   Mr.
j Mclmnes   will   visit   the  exposition   at
! Seattle and return to Calgary byway o. the Crow's Nest.
B. C. _. K. city and Sapperton cars
will make ("ie extra trip for th-e ac-
comuiodaiioii of the New Westminster people attending the horse races
at Minoru park. Lulu lsiand. Th-e
last Sapperton car will leave the office at 11:30 p.m., and the city car at
11:20 -..in. **
TRADE
Owner will trade for good farm land
Improved or otherwise, a 9 room house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New Westminster. Splendid view.
Monthly rental $25. Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3. INNS
OF COURT BLOCK, VANCOUVER.
The  Ladies
of  New  Westminster are  cordially  invited to inspect the opening of
Misses Connor _ McQuarrie
IN
NEW EALL MILLINERY
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
THE NEW SHOE STORE
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Columbia St.
Today and Saturday. An exquisite display of New York, Portland and
Toronto pattern hats. A full llne of
Ladies' Hat Trimmings.
BRINE   BLOCK,  627   COLUMBIA   ST.
The regular meeting of the Barten
lers' Internationa] League, Sunday,
September   Bth,  has   been   postponed
lo Sunday, September 12th, at which
meeting business requiring the at
tendance of every member will be
transacted.
SAM   GILES,   President.
P. PAULSON, Secretary.
No word has yet 'been received from B
the department of marine and fisheries at Ottawa to the request of the
fishermen for' an extension of the
fishing season, but it :s expected that j
a definite reply will be forthcoming
before  Sunday.
If you  wear    Hercules    soles  your]
shoes  will   never ne-d  resoling.
P. Burns  &  Co.  have just  received
two fine bucks, the first this season: ;
venison  now on sale. 209-2
Mrs.   .1.   1).  Kennedy    has   received
word of the death of her mother, Mrs. j
Eliza  Smith,    of    Parkdale, Toronto- i
|The  late     Mrs.     Smith     was   ninety!
.'years of age, and bad been ailing for
isonie time.      A few weeks ago Mrs. I
I Kennedy   vislt'-d   her   mother   at   her
home in Parkdale, Mrs. Smith having
been seriously  ill at  the  time.      She
|recovered, however, and  was thought
ito  be out Of danger when  Mrs.  Ken-'
nedy left for the wesi  again.    Since
jthen, liowver, she had a  relapse and
died yesterday.    The lnte Mrs. smith
visited   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Kennedy   some
time ago,  and   made  many  friends  in
I tills, city.
Buy orchard lands while they are
cheap and become Independent, We
are i'i. official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd, Lei
US I'll you about  til   ir cboie,. holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite and
trull district along the line of th.
n. C. Electric Chilliwack Iln and v.
V. & 1-1. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
This section excelis in the production
of all fruits. Come at once wlill, the
best lands are selling cheap and lei us
show you this seel ion at our expense.
We can s.-li five, ten, fifteen and
twenty acre tracts on easy terms. F
��� J.  Hart & Co., Ltd. ������
^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Snaps in Lots
2  LOTS, DOUBLE CORNER-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR
LINE; $225;  TERMS.
Edison Theatre
Animated
Pictures    and
Songs.
Illustrated
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wen
nesday and Friday. Special matlnei
for ladles nnd children Saturdays ai
2:30 p. m.
I!
���
���
���
���
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE-
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300;  TERMS.
2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;   TERMS.
���66x145  FEET;
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I
First Showing of the new
Fall Styles in Women's and
Misses' Costumes.
EVERY   DEVOTEE   OF FASHION-EVERY   FASHION   L0V
ING  WOMAN   WILL   BE   DEEPLY    INTERESTED   IN  Tm.
' M|s dis
PLAY.       WE   ARE   GOING  TO   DRAW   ASIDE   THE  CURTAl
OF  LATE  SUMMER  AND  REVEAL   THE   FIRST   SHOWING  0F
THE   BEWITCHING   FALL FASHIONS.
THE    NEW   EFFECTS.  THE     STYLE     TENDENCIES    F0
FALL. ARE   PICTURED   IN   THESE   MODELS   TO   A   MOST
ACTING   DEGREE.    OUR   FIRST   SIGHT   OF   THE   NEW   MOD
ELS   BROUGHT   ANY   AMONT OF PRAISE  FROM  U5 AND WE
ARE   MORE   THAN   ANXIOUS     THAT      YOU      SHOULD
THESE   NEW   FALL   BEAUTIES.
FASHIONS- LATEST CONCEPTIONS FOR FALL ~ im
STYLISH. UP TO DATE GARMENTS. SKIRTS, COATS, WRAPS
AND WAISTS. THESE MODELS PRESENT THE NEWEST
IDEAS   AT  ATTRACTIVE   PRICES.
THIS   DISPLAY   POSSESSES     A     DECIDED    ATTRACTIVE
NESS���HERE   YOU   ARE   ASSURED    STYLE,   FIT   AND   Q   .
ITY   AND   LESSER   PRICES.
TO FIND BETTER VALUES AND A MORE AUTHENTIC
DELINEATION OF THE NEW FALL MODELS IS IMPOSSIBLE
THIS STORE HAS AN ACKNOWLEDGED LEADEI ������ p , , m
MEN'S AND MISSES WEAR AND THIS DISPLAY WILL ADO
MORE PRAISE TO OUR ALREADY WELL EARNED SUCCESS.
THIS IS THE VERY FIRST SHOWING FOR FALL WD AS
USUAL WE ARE IN THE LEAD. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
WILL GIVE YOU JUST AN IDEA OF THE MANY INTERESTING   FEATURES   THIS   DISPLAY   HOLDS   FOR  YOU.
NEW    TWO-PIECE
SUITS   FOR   THE   FALL.
in plain Venetian shades ":
fawn, gre n, navy, black,
brown, taupe, etc. Coal Is
in three-quarter length roll
collars: cull' End pockets
trimmed with fancy tabs,
silk braids and large !""'
tons: skirl in semi gm- d
new pleated effect.    I   i :e
$25 to $37.50
SMART   TAILORED
SUITS   OF   STRIPED
SHEVRON   CLOTH.
iii handsome grey stripes;
two-toned ��� ffect. a very
chic style of suit: trimmings
am,) buttons of sum,, material.  Price
$39.00
NEW  FANCY
DELAINES  AND   EMBROIDERED   FLANNELS.
suitable lor blouses, dress
ing sacques, etc., in neat
satin stripes with light floral
design. Small patterns,
plain stripes, polka dols of
all colors; satin stripes in
self or two-toned effect in
dark and light shades. Price
per yard
50c to 85c
SMART AND STYLISH
GOLF JACKETS
New      coal        slvle,      double-
breasted    with    large   pearl
billion.- bound with braids,
bi ii tailored collar in fancy
knit fin,- Saxonj  wool. Price
STUNNING  AUTUMN
COATS  FOR  WOMEN
in b-av- r cloth and broadcloth ki black, navy, green,
taupe, high military collars
trimmed with satin strip-
lngs and -itin tubular cloth,
bras., and Jet buttons semi-
fitting satin lined prices
$14...0to $35.00
$9.50
GOLF   JACKETS
IN   FINE   WORSTEDS,
double ami single breasted,
wiih pockets, with or without bells, high collar, plain
colors of cardinal, white,
with sky and grey with cardinal facings.      Prices each
$3.50 and $3.75
STYLISH COATS
FOR FALL.
Made of extra Quality vicuna
Cloth in very pretty shades,
handsomely trimmed wiih
satin facings, braids and
large bullous lined with satin, turn down military collar, fancy lapels, ..-inches
long.      Price
$27.50
NEW PATTERNS IN
WAISTS
These remarkably handsome early styl;s will be
tuiick to go. Come while
the display |g at its best,
.Pric.es are extremely modest
SMART   BLOUSE  WAISTS
FOR   DRESSY  WEAR
in plain    vi the most
popular Bha l<
lng  sea.m  In  I   .
black, brown, navj      I'v i
each
$7.50 to $8.50
SHOWING   A  VARIETY OF
DAINTY   WAISTS   FOR
ALL OCCASIONS
In which an. '      >
colon-,|   silk  trimmlni
pure  silk  ins. :���;
tucked     and    sherred   Bin
lined,      fastened     ack   or
fn.ni; sizes 32 to 12    Pi    -
$4.50 to $15.00
HIGH-GRADE
SERGES
Best English and French
serges for women's suits nni
skirts and children's clothing. Serges that are reliable in every way, and they
are more popular than ev.T.
Many serges in lin. or heavy
iwill lis to l- Inches illi-
weights suitable for girls"
School dresses, gymnasUc
costumes, etc. Per Pr<i
45c TO 75c.
NAVY CHEVIOT SERGE
In       several      shades     nnd
weights, per yard
75c  TO $1.00
ENGLISH   SUITING
SERGES
Iti navy and black; Bne, even
Weave;     good     W -i.lll.     II    '"
50 inches  wide, per yard
75c TO   .100.
FRENCH   SERGE
Iii navy only, Bne, even, Unweave, pi rmanenl lin-li. "
inches in  width, per yard
$1.00
WEST   OF   ENGLAND
SERGE
6. Inches, rough flnl b ser8*'
heavy strong and durable lu
finish.      i'e,- yard
$1.10.
CREAM   COATING AND
DRESS SERGES
A  splendid    range    of theM
popular suitings, light, medium .-md heavy weights, n��l
or rough  weaves, jut
75c TO $1-25
yard
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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