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WHITE. SHILES & CO
LIFE
A6SURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
_6C Columbia 6t.    Phon.  ;
n\ :.  CENTS     EH COP.
KIN OPERATE
MB WEEKS HENCE
.. Company
���Will En plo; rer Hun-
hm\ f mbiaSt
VANUHl.EI UT
BECOME NAVAL I.
S CLOVLRDALt
miiHTV UMPAibN      INDIANS BEGIN
Hill. TAKE NEW PHASI
Expert    War    Shipbuilder   W        S
Select Sites for Eetabl iahmer
Canad.a-. Yal
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ii   .v 'i-     ���'"'���
L. rould g-v.   ���'
I reading to I is    on  M in-
.  bi   nee.
treet lo
yl ��.\   i.,   da
| and Bewera.     It
J . : tor    opponi n v   to
l In tbat time, and
Liiiat work can i-.. ahead at once.
Krai        tor thai  formality the
Va:.;. ffou   I  be in a position to be-
Jwork Immediately.      He had ev-
[���:   .     idy,  and  aa  so. u  ag  the
lv v   contract,  grading  of
I .-.-. ��� ���  will    begin.      The   trunk
(rer will  be  pui   In     flrst,   and   an-
main era the south
Ib of the streei      The Weatmlnater
I Con :. II] have enough pipe
i lay their exten-
(Continue 1 on  Page Three;,
USH AERONAUT
BREAKS ALL RECORDS
ra-"    Flies    Forty-Four   Miles     in
Tao  Hours   and   Fifty-Three
Minutes at   Rheims.
'�� ig,   26 ���Klyuag    in     h-s
afternoon,   Latham
���  inn.   u..i distance reo-
i   yesterday   by   Paul-
. ui.   in   tue  aviation
i ��� ��������� m progress at Bethany
lot
Fn ii' b  aviator yeater-
i . 'nin. i fllghi of   two
������   minutes and in uty-
Latham excee iej  this j
the judges have not given I
E ' '':"    -1   yet I
iij   record-breaking '
���  few  minutes   after he
ended his flight of nearly forty-
���   .  he  covered  in  one
and  fifty-one and  a
:' .
1:    ��� .   wim   was   thought
��� illy Injured  11  his
i ..  ..  gr< ai  height
_ ._       al i...  w r    waa
.ii.,.- "bu :kll ig,
i. tbe grou id   dis
regarding his con-
the   ti ���'��� i  on
i-      ir. and   tor   a
v.v   flight 'n
���   .     .   : pan
...    ���
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and er I
.
i��   expeni
Ll
will also 1     lent I
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ml.1   warshl]
iiinii    Asso. i .
a i
Expert on  Way.
ol   shiphu
to  v .    . ,
...
. ..id  .ui  :in    Pa
naval ej ��� ,
bj   a Canadian   official
\. ii. ouvei   was    m.
tl. .iiiiiii.iii.   though   ii   i
necessary to bai al  th    lat
i. r pl	
Submarines  for   Fraser.
Th.   C ..'.-ill an Asso. lated Pres    I
und. is an is    that    thi   I I.
bavlng    sui.n.,u in. s  in   the  ���
ren...  and   on   thi    Paclfii   coas    has
bean suggested, and that  thi
tlon  ha.s  been    reCi Ived    wel.
I.n ur.
FIFTEEN   MINERS   KILLED
AND   THIRTY    IMPRISONED
Mex co City, Aug. 26.���Rescu. par
ties todaj are making efforts to re
lease 30 miners who ai. Impi i ions I
1500 feel below the surtace in the La
Paz mine ai  Mateahaula
According to today's ml* ees 15 nun
wiih Instantly killed ��i the bottom
ni the siinii yesterday when the cable
to the cage broke and descend, d on
the miners al the bottom of thi mine,
crushing them Into an unrdbognlzabl.
mass.
When Hi... cubic broke 90 men wen
in the cage, and they wei,. dashed
1500 feei below on the 1.-n.ls of the
.lend m.II While il 1. c.riiiln llial
so-ie of tbe in.i. who wer,, in thecagi
were killed the rtBCUerB m, worklng
in th-- hope that tome of them maj
have  escaped   death.
The cage is pinned in by '"n ��� 01
wreckage and it is not believed thai
the Imprisoned miners ctp be reached
before night.
Tl i.i some of the men are kiiii nl ve
Is attested by the fart thnt the groans
..I the Injured can be heard by the
i.  . iers.
fc.J ���
r
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m
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JNDER  THE  INFLUENCE
F WIFE'S  BROOMHANDLE
'. .-    26 ���M
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������      Ile t i ���. th_
ling      H ���
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��� .a 1 .
. a i  .   i h ���
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���..in.
1 i      \ i' i-1 ..i i     bus.
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ii .- ate :   i.i,.      ��� o|   i
England, ..
to .v   _a i  ii-.iu le
r' . id  whom she accuses
, '   ut of ��70OD left her
��� vin.     The   pan-   kept
i   furniture  stora   which
terloualy   last. year.
PI
I:
' ' ration).,   wiih   largo   ��. w-
icqulsftlon and operation
two
I
t., : md mlnea, ��-,, .v.v
L ������'��� One is '.,,_ Bra-
I "; ���"������,.��� and the other
I,..,,' ' ty Mountain Collierea limit j- ,'( tympany iB ea��� tiiiz.-d
r and has rta head offlce
FORESTRY   ASSOCIATION
PUBLISHES   REPORT   OF   WORK
Ottawa, Aug. 26.���Th.- Canadian
Forestry assoc atlcn is again giving
evidence ol iis activty and enthusiasm b) "��� Iln b ������ i I 'i meeting in
Regina, Sask.. on Septemb r 3 an I I
next, at wt-icli pro leim relating
more particularly to we tern forestry
will be discussed. Thi newly ap-
pointed s cretary, Mr Joseph Las.
ier, is hard at work prepa ....   for the
meel ng   and   has   bis   pogr     m
good  shape.
The annual  report of  Uv   .       ��� '
tiui   has  lately   I. ���n   leaned     Pro i i
n-nt  in  it  are  tbO_,   ou  "Fores    CcJ
d I dang in  N'ew  Brunswick,"  by   H"n
\..  c.   ll   Grimmer, sir.   ror-i
prot nee,   an i    'i .i     y ������ -'
of    Ontario,' b     \ i i   ���
dep itj   ini'i ater of lan .    ���   I
i  for ibe  provinces     Dr   It   _.
Fernow.   b. od  of  the  facuh.   of  for
of iln. I'niI''vi . . onto, in
ed "What  \\ ��� ��� V. ��i
��� r in.    the ii Is of .  i , i-l at for sta
i      .....       ..in
rnmenti to * :
K.   i   ...   .      '  - Ontario
' v    ,       .     .        ,
,.:ing    In    po
that   i,'      i,. a
it wri en i" l ipe iker
ax. ������n.-ncy tii,. governor general, Hon.
j \r hi .son, ,i��-iii.'n..n ...
v.'.i.-v Hon, Sydttay Fisher, Dominion nunisiv of agricu ture, Hon.
Frank Cochran*, miniate, oflandsand
mines for Ontario, and Messrs. A.
Rergevu. M P. P. of Montreal, R.
If I'nnipbell. Dominion superintendent of Comtry, a. Koschte., trapec
ior of Dominion forest reserves, R. ti
Miller, professor of forestry at the
dliverslty of New Brunswick. V, C
Whitmans, ._f Annapolis, __. S.; J. B-
ATill.-i-. of Toronto, Ellwoo., Wilson,
of Grand Mere. P Q.; H. A. Price,
Of Quel, n; Curl Rlordon of Montreal
and W. ft. Snowball of Chat ham. N-
ft. president of the association
"    ������- ig Rapid*
on ]     ...   '.. Chil-
.ion.
������
,:
to see i be rail
the end
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  ,
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consideri
,.i ;;,. n   in lea
.:
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     ������ ...   to
-  wires
.���i   i ���    H
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n hii li Is a o used as a 1.
tiv. i. v, . ii ,,\, n gup] lies, ��ill
commi ni woi.. todaj on th. south
il I. i i ih, brldg. follow i"' . losi ly
behind the Bte. 1 laj ei a Bupp ol
aluminum wire I" the """ll ! '""
are I) lng al the i li > so lhat no delay wlll be exp. i enci d from thai
...uti
; mm
Y SlILMlSIS
ANMIAt EXODUS
George Mitchell, one of Winnipeg's
. in. i . ontractors nnd memljei of the
Arm "i I.miIi A Co dropped dead ai
noon    yi  |( rday,     11" bad    bei n lu
,.. i tei i   be,.lib
r Sees Gravt
 ;  the
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V ���.,
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I I 1,1, II
I of the chemical
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,i ������..
;, pro
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calle. - ndency
	
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Weed  Out tlj.Jgtfi^.       \
��� ,"4^a
the pr. ��� ...      -n-* i. ward
���  ���
I li   found   fault   with   pn si ni   condi-
. ��� : ���        -    .��� he �� "d ���   "
no  hind ii.i.     In the wa    of I
Bi
Who   |"-' ���       ibe  11'-
.     ��� ui.i       nr,       . '.     ...i
ti bute  In   prnp.'-i   prop in thi
:. oi their rae     Thi   ��� on
afl -      toda;  affords a most
striking  exemplification  of  the Slow-
���  gg "ni, ��hich civilised na! o
b .i nil i, to appreciate the l< ssons ol
g< ence
Education anrt Womanhood
No problem can compare in Importance wiih iimi ol the future of
on, rats Not onlj do ����� discoui 4 e
,\, ��� rioi ation bi thi lowi 1 ��� nd ol the
. . ' ' lelllgpnce, bui " ��� now av.
through our system ol education ac
tuallj courting failure al the upper
111.1 ii bn. been Btated thai i 1 the
United Smics .'f America the higher
.iin. ation of girls bas bi ��� r. proved '"
sterilise them.'
CANADIAN MARIN,;
SHOWS SLIGHT DECREASE
Westminster   Shipping   Returns   Stand
Up   Well   In   Dominion   Rrgistry���
Figures   for   B.  C.
il  1 ���
i
Inq.i    ��� .      F '     From     Desv ���   ���
Di  -.,   in  Organization
���     *  "     <   Pidgf Boa -rl.
���   ���       ���
' ��� ���     ��� .   ,    ���
wheat fr
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, ���   ���
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Vf-lsi 1 .      i,. ,
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fund ��� 1 '  	
���..    .
1 h. " idvantag.
of ibe  coming   distrlci   Bh. ���
son ty work, in.1 get in t. u. h
with thi     ������ ���"��� 'c      Hi    ellevee mui h
idvei tlsln'g  ol    th.   pi-ovincial
. xhlbition can be done In His \t ������    ���
.���   ivi  be thi    bs 'i   Induce
nielli   to  come    to   Westminster  U)i-
yeai   ��� - 1; prei loUs fairg on account
of     (he    .    ittli     Exposition,    which
earlj   every, n.   has visited.
1,     ��� 1 ting wii) be lv l.i In thi   Ma
pie Ridge    municipality    during   thi
���   ol the agrl. ulturai show   which
lept. '"i . ,   *���   at  whir))  flip or-
Ion ol  thi  n. w  bo 11A ol trad
llsti Ici ��i'i be completed, and
election  ol  offl. ��� 1 -  take place     This
" as ',��� hat ���   occurn .1 on  Wednesdaj
bui various causes prevented ilu> car-
., ing oui of thi   pi oj ������ a]
Several Hundred Have Massed rhrougl 1 \Va\
To Hop Fielt
The list of V-Saels "ii the registry
books of the Dominion for 1908, with
the Biippb menl for the balance of the
lim.il year has bevn issunl from thi
departmenl of marine nnd fisheries at
'lb.- number or vessels
bu li in Cnn,ida during I'.m^ wns 804,
measuring 28,983 t..ns register, and
is a slight Failing off ns compared
win. tbe previo is ye ir, but t	
wns   not   I- 11,,.:    . , ���    toi    Itg  Ship    1 Id
kig activity, not onlj  in Canada, but
broughout   the    world.      During the
year  ..I   TOSS. 1     ' ' ri    '   moved   from j
the  registry  for  various causes.
Th.    _guea     for     I'.ii'vi,     Colum-.  1
arc:
Toini number of sailing vessels and
_t< amers,    New    We��i minstei      1 ������ i,
WILL DO WHIL.SALE
BOOT ANO SHOE TRADE
Chamherlin   &   Co     M=.l<e     1'iipoitant
Addition    to    Business    Life   of
th;   Roval  City.
A wholesale '""'; and shoe Btore Is
a well iome addition to th. business
establishments of thp city, and indi-
cat�� s 1 he man I. "i pi ugi ess 1 Ilia in
berlln and Co. is ibe nev firm and
their retail mil wholesah store is
located In the new Hall nnd Lavery
bloi I adjoining Hip Cil. Hall on 'he
wi side 1. c i hambi ��� lin, the
manage). is tl... father of v. 1 1 h im
berlln, the Oolumbla street jeweler,
and is nn expert in his particular
line of business, having been for ten
yvirs engaged In the shoe business iu
Ottawa. Nor is he by any m'-aiis
unknown to ths citizens of New Wesi
minstei I iving been city &ssessoi
for many years.
Mr 1 bam "i In Is introducing the
"Broadway'' line of shoes, a make n-:-
pe< la.ll .���   idapi   ..  ne stat�� s,  to meet
Vancouvei     188,    Vino,,,  266;   total requirements  of  the
.39      or these, steamers were;  New   .   .
Westminster  111, VanoouveT 375, Victoria   1 16;   total 642.
These   sli'" s    iu    ShOV   I
,t,  the   1  porter  were  evidently  built
fur   wi ir  and   were displayed   In   all
 ,"-   Y!   YY     v.   'he   la tnd  shad',   decreed
' -: ��**��� ^YY' Y ll   ���" '��� ��� ������ ' ������ retrtil
,, ,,.,     Vancouver      9,409     Victoria     ' .,,_,,
i.v . 1 .. . .li do s no. givi a
r iii id" 1 of ho -��� the shipping is di-
vd ri ��� ... M.i,., ports, as v' s
ge|g   ; . ,    .    y , 1,couver. and
rhe Pi ln<  ss Hi ei of tbs
1'   |.   1;   1.    1 ed   a    Vi. "iin
tots
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....
1 and this c ty
n   .. ladies       In
-   ,    .      ll"' ll   s
i       Ai.  a,. ..is,  how
,     . ,. di p vn..     -   ...    of the
In   ��� 'f  Marcl    this  rea      ,
th,.   v ..-.,....       ll   .___	
CK5ARFTTE    IGNITES
EXPLOSIVE    PARTICLE9
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������        ���    ��� , nd earn
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Ivi   .    .. 1  . 4..      .,,,, ,,..  thi   fl   ���
..... ,1     1 -,,.   ,, . .....      ���,   ,
bom.    tl     v   .    , .1.    ...    I,,..
yesterday s. oi
..,        ,1 ���������
In ihe Llllooi I  dlsi ri. ���  "
'   Vga    1 1    ' ���   U	
re tdj  for the '''"' ���  '   I      '  	
[1 dians ' el ui ntog up thi  rlvei on th.
I r  Beaver
ib season has hoi been 6 particular^ good one for the red men, for
although it is the j��� at- oj 1 b���.-. hiti
the comparatively small num er ot
fish caught ib.. large number ,,!' men
fishing and the small pric paid,
made th Ir long Jourhej unprofitable
In fnd. thg biajoritj onl; male Bttf-
.',.,,,, monej to carrj them to the hbp
fields, where they look Iforward to het-
i...  luck.
Bherbrooke Qui Vui ;i: Oscar
McLelland  about   16  yeai     eraplo ed
by  thv   Ra.-k ��� Rock   1 ian     ninnn
factnrers of explosives   m I  a BerlOUfi
accident last nlghi
He returned from " 01 h with pal tl
.���leg of explosives on his clothing
While smoking a ��� 1 ai boi ish-
po dropped .rn his arm, and a lei 1 i_B
explosion followed tearlni ahd burn
lng the tleBb all ove.   thi   bod
Ho now lips in thp I ath I 1 HoSplta]
In a dangerous  condition
IIIII I) MRM N III UN
nu; uwujw hay
Adventist    Declared   the    Bible    Commanded  Him to Work  Six  Days
of the Week.
PLAN   NEW   DRESS   FOR
AMERICAN   tJEAOCNESSES
1 '"��� h.na'i. A.ie 26 In changing
th,, dies, nf the fleai onness ol the
Method ��i ' hurch veBtei day and de
elding to make all thp attire of the
W..111MI uniform In almos' every re-
Spect, the General deaconess Board
of ihe ttolted Slates hau set at rest
a wranele among Uli. woni"n which
has I.f-en  going On  for twen'v  years
The uniform Is to be a black dress
with   -vhlu   collar   and    white  ' tffs
Hip measurements to be exact  lu ail
cases   and   never   to   vary     The  deS
conesses are to wear a  plain  bonn
of black, with just a ll-M,. white rlb-
bOii  and  a   mere  bit   "f  white  HiiNiie.
Thesp   dresses   will   be  the   Baftl     fOl
the 1,500   members  of   lhe  organisation.
Miss   .11 ���   1 himphr. y,  of Toronto,
is  su ng  Jo Torce   i,  Iw
jama r    br  1 ,1 ot    prom a    0
        She also     tim    11    1
1.1 |200 thai sue advanced Alien from
time  to   time  to  uiv--st   for  her
was   ...i led ���        purcha ed
...     being   lorm 1 Ij
.-,,,..       i 1 .-I.   Chose  pl 1    I  ''''
the ek.s.'i ' J 'hn   V
I  on January 6   ahd
, ..        ,: tantled
MRS.   LONGWORTH   SCORED ,.,,_   ,|(r,.,s ,      y   , ,{,      ,,.
for cigarette  habit  Kmi u   Mehellk    of    Abyssinia   m
1907   has   six   cubs.       The   Pope   has
Yosemiie      Aug    26.���The     alleged   decided  to send two Of them ��o Pres-
nrooenBtty   of   Mrs.   Alice   ROOseveli .'d-nt Taft, two to the kaiser, and two
LOTgworth    tor    oigarett.    smoking '" the Bmfl#r.r Francis oseph.
..'ini,.   in   for  caustic  criticism   yeater- 	
,'nv   by   Mark   Keppel   supPrint.ndentCOLUMBIA SALMON PACK
of schools  in  Los  -ffigeles,  in  an
ad
FALLS BELOW LAST YEAR
dress to  the  convention of state and
county school  .upfrlntendants
Fha  speaker  declared    that
hnaman Narrowly
Escapes Living Burial
**    26.-___alt_     in-
 '    ���^������������'^v  sa^d   a
1 ""   'sing  bunled   alive.
. ���    broughi   in   from
j ' ' 1 '���> 1 mtttm ues.
_' v ��treei east,   Inspector
I ""'    ihortly  nfip,.  to
I IY\    'V,,,iri'e'^"
f hat   lie   wim   den.1
���; �� ... iven then 11
the undertaker's rooms arranging tttt
the burial.
Pit 1 man went lo the morgue to sp>>
the dead man, and oarefnlly observing
the body, ( 'ected signs Of Uft. _um-
tnoBlHg assistance, he had 'he man
taken upstairs to one of flip wards,
where n short time after lie began !"
talk, \ ]. iv i.'ian was summoned to
take tfhargre of the patient, who is
suffering from Wme Diicrnnl trouble.
Astoria, Ore., Aug. 26.���The total
Mrs paefc of Columbia river salmon re-
Lo_gv_trfl_ example has done mor-* duced to 48-pound cases for the *ea-
ibnii any oilier one thing to cause .^on just closed amounts to 260,000.
ihi> spread Of the cigarette habit in This is twenty per cent, shrinkage
���his country, and he said thai her ex- over the 1908 pack. Segregated, the
ample has hud "a demoralizing effect;pack consists ns follows: Cases,
upon the women of the country.' 190,500; HerceB, 4300; pickled salmon.
Keppel's remarks were made durin ;|2365 tons. The season has been
1 heated debate aroused by a r_ao-|about ore full month,.or 25 per cent.
lution presnted by Superintendent J short of preceding Seasons in dura-
D Graham of Long Reach which call- tlon, but this does not explain fully
ed upon the Legislature to pas9 a law this year's shortage, which, in view
making it a misdemeanor for pupils of the _uraher of fry lberated in
in educational institutions supported 19O6, indicated an exceptionally large
in- the .tate to use tobacco or any pack.
other narcotic.
W. D. Dickson, arrested on a charge
of robbing the State bank at Kl.fer,
Okla., Monday night, and  ttel.|ng t0
One woman died of freight, a panic
occurred In  a street  car which  was
struck by lightning, and a house roof kill Cushler Wedding and a marshal
was ripped off while the Inhabitants was Thursday Identified by Warden
lav in bed dumg a violent eieetr.il Shuman, a druggist, as one of the
stoi .u wh' -h struck Ptttsrurg Bhonly robbers.     8human told the police he
before noon yesterday.
Baw Dickson shoot Wedding.
DETECTIVES  INVESTIGATE
ITALIAN   BLACK   HANDERS
Vork.    A U| ' VI t        VfllU-
i il     information   about   the  strength
 Ions of  the   R    ikh tnd   In
1..���>,.. tiv    1 ...   v ��� v. g    ah.
1 R. 1    1. ley, of the    Nfew  fork
I     rtment, who went aoroad
affei rfthe   assa-i Sina/lion     Of     (J*n<
....   1 '��� "���    In    Pah     '".
w. 1.   v   ,,, continue   -���    '<      ,e'-
,,,,���   ...     lattei   ba 1   begun    a
1 1 the J' ame.  Regina 8e i
Tne detectives made a long fepo
Oommissioner  Maker,   who sal 1
it   mlfcht   lead   to  the  dct  Ctl m   Of   the
assassins of Lieut, Petroslno .and that
a result of their visit may be a w"r;'
Irig agreement with Italy which will
he of great benefit in connection with
Italian Criminals who may In future
sail  for this country.
Dunflas, Out.. Aug. 26.���"l'he.. wds
quite an audience at the Dundas po-
li'-p court to hear 'lie cafte igainsl
Chas. Gibson, of Lynden, charged *it_
violating  the  Lord's  Day   aci   by  lioe-
inu   on    Sunday.     Sevnllt    Day   Ad-
entlst. are  fairly  Strong  al   l.tuh-n-
'.'"i  Cll.sdi  Is a member of  lh,.. seel.
He   bas   the   reputation   of   . elng  a
good citizen. Gibson said he cou tl not
work  on  Saturday,  it   being a day ol
rest, and he said the Hlhi,, cOtnmatid-
<-l men to labor six days of the a" k
It  was not a quesihn of getting your
work done In five, but you must labor
six days of Hip wnek.
I    The court  asken Gibson   f he    hart
any  Wlthessfes and  he  feplled. In    tlif*
affirmative,  and  said  his  witness  was
in hs pOCket,    He then produced  -h.
Bible,  and   proceeded  to    show    the
in-'ices that   they were all -wrong on
the diiestlon  of the Lords  Dav
May..,. Lawra&on Imposed a tine ot
five dollars.
STEEL FOR BRIDGE.
Largf Consignment  Arrives From trie-
East for Lulu  Island  Structure.
Inirtfie;   Wednesday  and    Thursday
fourteen   cars   of  steel   for   tli"   L"1'1
.        bridge   in   course  Of  construction    'v    tb-    fnternatton  1 Co itraet
arrived    in  the  city  Iron*
Tr.ror.      ��� ier ���   -bey   were "i mufac
r   Han Foundry Com-
.   and   *tet6 taken    to  the Great
North- rn   slip   to   be   floated  down  to
the bridge. This is one of the largest
consignments   of   Bteel   ever   sent  out
of Toronto,  and  the special  train on
the    C   P. R-    received    notice  right
across   the   cominent.   pictures   bei ne;
taken for reproduction in the press-
Hill Tells Canadians
To Shun the Uncivilized
Winnipeg, Aug. 26.���"Don't -be
afraid that you Won't get people.
There is no other place on the American continent where they can go.
But don't try to get people who wlll
have to be reclvllized."
Thus said James J. Hill in speaking
for the American settlers in the Canadian Club yesterday, where he and
Lord Strathcona, both noted poneer
railroad builders of the Northwest,
were . uaets of honor at a dinner.
"It iu a long and hard Job to assimilate a foreign population," continued Mr. Hill. "Those who come
from our western states speak your
language and know your institutions.
I am very sure they will quite rapidly fall into your local mimiclpal organization and aa a rule you can
collect a judgment from them."
Mr. Hill concluded by moving a
vote of thanks on behalf of himself
and Northwestern Americans in general to Lord Strathcona for the services he has rendered to this section
of the continent ln his loai- care r.
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dvertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.   ETC.
If a man  bad g'la dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not  let the  people krow anything about it. he would not sell any.      You n-ust  rell  the people what you have to ie I. why they Bhou d    purchase
Ui ng of the value you off.r then-, .n  return  for their money.      Too  many of us  have  got the  habit of thinking that  because we  have  been a  long firr.e   in   bus-ess   everyone  must  of  n cessity   knoA
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns  of  The  Daily  Ne^s and  Keep abreast  of  the  timei.
WANTED.
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room   nr. I i.     Mu-t
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App ;.   Mr-   .1
I     129 Third av< ���
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOI bt
with bath.  $12 per mon.h.      A
Mowatt street. 230 Eleventh stree'..
FOR   SALE
FOR    SALE���COMPLETE    BET    OF
Dlcken.--  ai     B    -t, goo I condition,
Side oard,  good condition,
;..      516 Twelfth street     Tel.
);;���!.
'..    VACANT  LOT8
In city; j tei ��� -
Peers    &    Ran
198-6
WANTED ��� APPLICATIONS     TOR
position   as    ��� In   Bt.   I'aul s
R. K. ' stat.       ary.     Ad-
s -J. J  Johnston, secretary.
.     .���.;.-  AT EDMONDS, $150
'.d  city
125   ca - ������ *'"
ithly.       Walker   Br..-.    P    0.
Ken  Wi ' '"';
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AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR ANU Accountant (successor to C. Hamberl,
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a spec:alty; agent fo the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham.
bly block, P. O. box 795.
CARRIAGE   SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens
blacksmith si.up on Eighth street
Carriages built, repaired and palmed.      All work guaranteed.
REAL   ESTATE.
LOST.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
_:t with fouT emeral is and four
pearis, a larg^ ruby in the centre.
One pearl missing. Please re-
tarn to Daily News office.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED  ROOMS;
Terms   moderate.      Apply   713   Victoria street
WHITE,  SHILES <_  CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
:  -        nd  suonrban  property,
I loium ia st' et
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. HEAL ES
tate and insurance. Phone 336. lib
Columbia street. P. 0. draw*. 100.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE, FUR.
nished bedrooms; reasonable terms;
-.-  Roya] avenue.
MONEY  TO   LOAN
MONTE'. TO LOAN���1 AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
bu Idlng purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D, Buchanan. P, O., New Westminster.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334,
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin i, phone 308. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to loan.  744  Columbia Btreet.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITV CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 845 Columbia street,
phone  R278    Tbe  pl ���-<������-  where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���no; pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers In electrical machinery,
fixtures aad supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Beghie *t..
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie s'-reets.
Phone 176, night call Sl.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, p. o. Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N    DRAPER,   B.   C    LAND   SLH
ir.      El ard block. New    West-
gter   1;   i'
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING   UP    250    FOR    HACKS  AND
���   turnout.     The   Fashion   S'.a
��� -
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORK-
Lin.it. d. Front street, New we t-
mlnstc r M mufacturers of mod
saw an l shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants an. specifications prepared.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE ^  y-'   '    -!,s   BARRia
bgn    ��� .       Westminster
Tru .  Block,   ' -:' "'    N"w
Westell W. J. Whiteside, H.
L   Elvt
WADE   WHEALLER ft McQUARJUh
iK  c  Wa !���   K  l     a  Whi a.It. \\
O.   M< Quarrt. I     So     tors    BarrU-
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court      - N         Weatmlnater,
one " 1>' ��noonva�� of
flre is at N'o   '    Royal  B:ink Chambers.   ."- ���             -  Street  WS t.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
sione, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia str.-��-t,  New  Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
GEORGE E MARTIN BARRISTER
and Soil ;' " ���- '-' B��n !,i"<'k. Columbia aod McKenals sts. N-w
\s . ati   ���   tei   B   C
W.      MYERS    GRAY.    BARRISTER
Solicitor nnd Notary Public    Curtis
_,  clarkson  str.- I   O] ; ������site tbe
��� House.     P. O. Box 196.   Tel-
-. hon-- 64.
STENOGRA?-
FREE ���'
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PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS V"tt EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgrs, Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 14'-'. Old
Dallv  News  Block, Sixth Btreet.
tail:
CALVIN.  LADIES "" ' = T\.f
lorlng.       A   ��� ,   .J
Ing Just In. .   ^1
ing and repal A
block.    Ent:-.'   ��� r|
and 264 Clark.- ���
PAPER   HANGING  A  DECORATING-
HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,  KOUM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair.''  Columbia street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for it. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entrve or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk-
WOODWORKING.
WBSTMIN8TER
Co.,  bank, offl. ���
cabinet,   _-._ir.
and detail   _
mates   furnish. I
prletor.      Work-:
and car line.     P
473.
���'���'JI-..M.V.I
_ 3(1:1
muiifl
i ir.d 3.1
rookn, jr. I
rner Kk'.lll
,
TENDERS.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE   BUY  AND
and   all   ki.ida
hand goods,
office.
sELL FURNITURE
of new aud second
A Speck, near Tram
Tenders ar,. n ^1
at the Central s I -:l
and speciflcatloi offlo "'-I
ders  clost. Aug
w. d. goo I
THE HUB
FOR FINE
TAILOR-MADE   SUITS
THE  MOST UPTO-DATE STOCK  IN  WESTMINSTER
TO   SELECT  FROM.
YOUR CHOICE _..r.:_,l,���M w_ HAVE THEM
��� First-class workmanship _,_________
Suits $7.50 to  $40.00THE VERY LATEST
Merchant Tailors & Clothiers
II. ROBERTSON, Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Roya,   Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
functional organization will be adopted. The arrangement is similar to that
by which the railway companies, as
well as the Bell and "other telephone
companies are governed, the business
being divided into several independent
departments. The province frill be
divided into distrcts, and the management will be under three heads,
commercial agents, superintendent of
plant, and superintendent of service.
One important new post will be created, that of general superintendent
of  plant  for the province.
10,000 PLANrS
FOR BOGUS M0NE.
Remarkable  Statement  Made  By  the
Head of the United State* Se-
cret Service.
FIRE CHIEF CALLS
FOR THE UNION JACK
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEW 8
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
And American Delegates Make Haste
to Add It to the Other Decorations.
f>troit,   Mich,   Aug    2S.-Chlef   of      Qrand   Rapids,   Mich,   Aug    26.���"1
!^_�� l.,8J�� �� W5__ hrad n��' the !iU,,po8e<1 thl8 was an International
UnlWd States Secret Service Depart, convention," said Chief Tremblav of
nieni. arrived in Detroit last night, on Montreal, at today's gathering of the
a tour of inspection from coast to [international Fire Chief, association
coast He states that he is Invest!- ("However I cannot find a British flag
gaUng general conditions. Speaking 'anywhere in the decoration."
_L,i W"u^ U" department in con- I There was a moment of
S^rfi-T?* l_   rece?' activity in the | Then   Chief  I^moin.    Grand
silence.
Rapids,
Wnlul'in of.,^u''.l;irf,:ilnK'    g5��   r08e l�� ��Pla��n that It was oversight
ZSStaSlt Aere^arCwe.   ""-YYYV Tretnblay was mol.ifle_.
*nt  time  no  less   than
counterfellng  plant.
i.'.'-^ Y'^y. r':at1., l" "������'������" ������vi"-- ;-.ponian.-oi|.. wnnhustlon " Dr R \\
tlon. at a moment'a notice The rea- Nesbltt, Waukegan III" droo_ei ���
���on   they  are  nn  floing   busiues..   at  piecc   of  .odium  "n   solid   substance
l-i'YT6'"1   t""e'   Chlfff   W"kle   ex" and ��* exploded, breaking his g^sses
planed, was on accent of the almost and  burlng his fare     H_ "', g,asse8
The condition of the Old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do ao after
tM. notice must t.ke all the risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
British flags were prominent at to-
ten   thousand   days  banquet
In   this  country j    While  explaining   the    theory    of
to   begin   opera-  "spontaneous  combustion"  Dr   '
We want
Improved Acreage in
Burnaby for Clients
WALKER BROS.
P. O. Box 983.
NEW WESTMINSTER   B. C.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
jouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le  dally  except  Wednesday.
S-S. Charmer leaves Vancouver- 1
.m, daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New  Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Hett
nesday.
IT  PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY NEW
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pioneer Limited,"    St.   Paul
Chicago, "Short   tin��."   Omaha
Chicago,     "8ou.h     Wet.     Limited1'
Kama* City to Chicago.
No trains In tlie ser-ice on any
railroad in the workl 'hat equal ln
equipment tbat of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Hailway. Th��y
.wn and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their traina and
Kntry  must    ��� n -
the  local   las I
in which the land la
by pioxy may, -c:
certain    con UU. t3'*!
mother, son, dam "��� or S��|
ter of an In tendi ni v.-ad^r.
The homestead r i- ri iiuvd toj*|
form tlie condition:- i..v   ���:':*!
to with   under    one ;   io..tnM_
to plans;
(1) At least six mo :;S|
upon _fl_ Oultiv.. vi of the l��od *l
each year for thri e   ��� ars
(2) lf the fail.- I '' ;;*l
father Is decased "-".A
resides ujion a farm In the ��� al'/jB
the land en:.r.-d fv'. ""''l
as to residence maj - ' :,:.^l
such pel-son residing with tlie !��'����|
or mother.
(3) If the settler cas his pcrmai
upon   fan
. ���.-Jl
WHST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leavea Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way porta.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
am.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
give  their  patrons  an  excellence    of residence   ......
service  not  obtainable elsewhere. I by  him ln  the  vi. ilni.   "' !i!s ��
stead, the requirements as to re��2
may  be  satisfied
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor. Ald��r Portland. Or
them by the American, British and
Canadian Secret Service Department.
Every counterfeiter ls Inown, and
his movement, are at all time c'los_Iy
waUhed, go that before even the pre-
Jlmaary step, toward getting out
counterfeiting money could be taken,
the counterfeter and his plant would
lie seized.
|in
Ohio s action in having a stat* flre
warden was warmly commended and
the  election   of  similar  officials
every state was urged.
Chiefs Horton of Baltimore and O
Conner of New Orleans are warm advocates of fire boats which they claim
are very useful in preventing water
front fires ln thelr cities and ki helping to put out fires at long distances
from the water front.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leave. Vancouver
June 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen  City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
8YNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any availably Dominion Lands with
In the railway helt in British Colum
bla, may be homesteaded by any per-
_>n who is the sole bead of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, io
the extent of one-quarter section' of
160 acres, more or less.
by  residence "*
tbe said land. .���,,���
Six months' notice In writing swwi
be given to the coniiiiisslon-.-rO.wi
minion lands at Ottawa of int��u��l
to apply for patent. w|
Coal���Coal mining rl.ots Wl
leased for a period of ,*�����*l
years at an annual rental ��,��� "JB
acre. Not more than -^.rZ]
shall be leased to ..ue 'ndiridM. oj
company. A royalti a: lne ��� ���J
five cents per ton shall be ��H��f I
on the merchantable coal minM.
\V. W CORi-
Deputy of the Minister of the in"  '
^.-.-Unauthorised   puhiioatioa ���
this advertisement  will    not �� '    I
for.
;Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
London's Empty House*.
London, Aug. 26.���John Burns (one
of the  leader,  of the labor    party) I ~*~-
tnade the remarkable statement in the   MANITOBA  MAKFA rum. -���
House of Common.,  this  week, that  MArl,TOBA MAKES CHANGES
ther.-   are   44,458   empty   houses   and
tenements in London at this moment.
ThiB Htate of afTalrs is partly due to
overbuilding,   but   chiefly   to  a   great
IN TELEPHONE SY8TEM
Winnipeg, Man.. Aug. 26.���A com-
...plete change in the method of man-
improvement In rapid transit faclllt- agement of the Manitoba government
les, enabling the people to dwell ln telephones ha. been decided on and
Pleasant suburbs. (will go Into effect September 1   when J
CAPITAL	
RESERVE 	
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
V. 8. A, and Mexico City, a general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank Department���D_po.lts
received In sums of |1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tota'. Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANOH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROU*.
General Superintendent  victoria
����������������������������������� �������������������������������������+****+******
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATL1N.
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIR
BANKS. Dally trains (except S.nday i
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter service.
For Information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Maaager.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
rrustlBlock.IFront St., New Westminster
i.tttt._..iaeeeei Mess ,itt���"**���**
S. S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will lea.e
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m.
tor Ladner, Steveston and way porta
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening
Returning, leaves Steveston every
week day morning, except Friday
Additional trip Monday murn'lng
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule    subject
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
/   ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
to change
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Canadian Paci
Railway Co.
uRor  DAY  EXCURSION "Jg
-.Fare and a third ^��Pm"w
OD   sale  September Jj..^. ]S.
good for return to Sei"'''1'!" jjM
Double     transcontlnen ^        ���
daily,  with  Pullman  tourist
ing cars. ���t 9:05 �����
Atlantic Express lea**" ��
m, 9t  7 P*
Eastern   Express   I*"" ,a10
St. Paul train ��*�������*, 9.
Cheap excursion S�� P<���
For full particulars arWjBTi
C. B. POSTER. E- l��Va AS1-
G. P. A., Vancouver.    M-*
______ 1FRIDAY- A
UGUST 27,  1809.
THE DAI I.,  ni,\\s
.r. ��� ���'"I
GORDON'S
fe Dry jfo^ House
bSS-Of LADIES' WHITE UNDEHSKIRTS
���e  underskirts    with deep embroidery flounce _nd lap.
'wn dust ruffle...  Regular  price   $4.50.     Friday
��_?. 75
clcrskirts    with   deep   linen   flounces,   wide    lace
and    ,dg|nB,   separate dust   ruffle.     Regular   $4.50,   Friday
$2.75
I      CIAL  SNAPS   IN   NIGHT   DRESSES,    CORSET    COVERS    AND
DRAWERS.
Moved to new store next City Hall.
Benin Operations
Pi,
n
mean in* a consld   MUI) A1 T K H PUBLISHER
a ol    monej   during
Tii.
Thr.. Vi.pk. Hpnrp ' ���-���-' u�� > u
nm,!, ncGito iiciiuc co j, .,,, nioir
m Page l )
mixers   etc.   As
'" ak n.   win be
usi . . ��� .,i,. ol  the contracl
ma
Companj   have
i    companj   will a     i q   (-   |-   K   for
!! ' '    exo pi   tor   la wj  , similar
Ui.: _.,. and   coe other m _i mainedi  ol    the
ction of the eli ctrlc
To Make Good Job. or the <
1 '��� H.'i Bam Paving   ii| ,, ���,,     v. ,.    .    ��� \
o I.- gin worl   al one.  pi
on the str' el a   an
i.m-  the future ol   thi
IN CUSTODY roR UBEI
New     Brunswuk    Government    Tines
Proceedings Against the  Propri
etors of "Free  Speech.''
Si. John, N.H.,   _ug, 28.- Brace W'
Dougali,  pul           ..    .   pap
' i'i i-e  8|             iii   lloncti i.    wa    s
rested   there  todaj   on   a  chai
��� i Imlnai  libel, laid  bj   Patrolman Lii
< ase, of ih,- si   John police fore i. an I
Urltlsh   Columbia, and AnE forming a
' |  il- ll   il   Work NEW   REGIMENT
i in fun. weather. '     ';;"   '   '" ' ' '1 '"""-' ',
-     i v,���v,   to,  av.      I in Qe_ com   d, ��?,n5p��� * " '"	
��� u     and will al o pui up bonds, p I     ,      ,.���....        ,    . -   ���'   ���'���'    '���"" ��
a   M.     Lowry    submitted  ten with  tl      ���       r. I,  i     m     i ,  , ' "',  "'"""", *''11 '
���    well   ���   was th.   latter       i In thla city. Tl , 'B      ",,",.,   j �����e��
end of June and the nights were long. F      tt      u   i �� II wltltdrn     \ u.   ,,,.,,
In     mu ii   bo
done,    Action to laj   conn    in i <��� ���
<    work could be done and toi m a n   ,' i Iment tn hi  Itnov n
Ing    days,  bui   with n    the   I03i     I nil    maki ; jl,,",,,,
1    |,��   probablj throe reglnn ,   lhe Wl���,,  ,������ .,.,.    ,<���,        .���,,,         ���
1   '         "'��� "ections oi ,.. ���   f<  th,   oth i   being  ths ni; ,,,  wMl M, ,���,���..,���   |)(   _          ,
���   <���"��""" ' I "���' in    crowd -I enraged cltlscna  au
at one, ihi    i ��� i he only    wa;   In
v. hlch   lh       mi   be  don    :'!
ih,- fl]
Tb, ri   ������'��� : ���   ii ou    160  in- ii ' iu- Ial  Fori \\
III.    '.'tli!,   i. ������    i   vi|     niilcli
' i .���     i hu   mn Khi
lii. Oxford Chancellor Range
I;,,. ,   |      . ng ;i range should get one that will give perfect  satis-
L / tnd baking, Is economical in the use of fuel, tbal is cool
L n the hots weather, and also easy to operate and keep clean.
l atlsfli i in  these respects you    will    buy    an  Oxford
I you   bave   Inspected   "���   The prices also of these ranges are
L ihau   those  of  other   makes.     Call    In    and    inspect our
I
I, J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
Be C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
V4NCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Draiers ,n  All Kma" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shinglea,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Ush and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
���     '   ' '   ''   *- '   [',"'     i    ron  ,,   handling
id    f ,     rn men to help th    i
lar   force  al   thi   d pot,    McDo
i   le i Into a i ub and tak   .  to
:i cell,
OUR   BIG
^m^^rY ���Jrwm^^^<i' ^^*--
Clearance Sale
GOES  MERRILY  ON.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������
WE HAVE SOLD A BIG LOT OF SHOES SINCE OUR SALE
STARTED, YET WE HAVEN'T ROOM FOR OUR NEW FALL
STOCK.
WE HAVE PUT THE KNIFE DEEPER INTO THE PRICES OF
ALL  REMAINING  LINES.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO CLEAR OUT EVERY SINGLE
PAIR OF SUMMER FOOTWEAR, EVEN IF IT GOES AT A SAC
RIFICE. WE NEVER HAVE AND NEVER WILL CARRY OVER
GOODS FROM ONE SEASON TO ANOTHER. NOW IF YOU
WANT GENUINE BARGAINS IN HIGH-CLASS FOOTWEAR
COME   TO   US.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN,
HOLMES  BLOCK, COLUMBIA   STREET,   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Military Auto to Cros;, Continent.
Mew     Yi.ik.   \v     26     \    ml 11 tar j
automobile  lefi   l. w   yoi k   j e tei da>
tor Sum  BVani Isco     ��� ai ������  i  d,
es from    Major General    Wood   i
manding tho di partmenl of tin   eas
in i leneral   We iton, command v   lhe
di partnu ni   ol   the   w,   i       Tb     ' i Ip
will cover 3693 miles Bud cro    eleven
stati   .     i in  Its    snrv si .iii      ' id
will largi iv depend the establlshmi nl
of  ;i   r, gular  automobile   serv ce   for
Hi,, army,
Opera   House  Bookings.
Sept, 3    Polly of tha Circus,
S, pt.   16.   Knlghl  tor a  Day.
Sept. is. The lime, Place and the
iliri.
Bepl  20,   Commencement Days,
Oct, 5.   in Wyoming,
Oct. 7    Cai .'unl the Piddle.
Oct.  18.   David  llaruiii.
Oct. 20. O. Henry's New Opera
"Lo."
Oct. 27.   Carter the Magician.
Oct. 28   The CUmax,
Nov. 1 and 2    Th    Shepherd King.
Nov,   I    Parisian  Model,
Nov.  19.   Human  Hearts.
Nov. 22.���Forty-flve Minutes from
Broadway,
lh-c.    1.     Ill    Dreamland.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. O. O. R���AMITY LODGI., NO. 27.���
The regular meeting ul tills lodge
are held lu Oddfellows' hall, Colum-
bla street, every Monday evening
at !> o'clock, .la., i'.i.u."ii, notile
grand.    W. C. Coalhiuu. rer. secy.
SL.FEP AND  NE .VE  REST.
_   Koa4a_ltf   Tiuii   !���   Overlooked   i-
tin* Modern Stroavovn Ltfe.
In   tlie   dsyi    when   Sight    li.mpi   f.
sleep were nominally regarded as i
hour too lone for anj self reepctlrn
In,Ih i,Inul the exhausting character ��*
modern life wna un.u iv n        ere w i
le*j wealth mui in. ��� ati
competition and more security; fewei
distractions, bul more simplicity
ft.irk was cnsler, il iwer and i-nrm,
anxiety, apprehension   in a word, wot
ry   iliil nol f I   i   ,   the worm P tb
bml. upon the hours es pl from t?N
i\'o nre remorsel. In overtaxing tl.��
delicate mecbanl m of oui minds mil
nerves, Tho besl wnlkor, for Instance
doe; nol propose to himself to u-o reg.
liirly Bl\l.v illl.es il ,! ij ui to ��� ubjed
the same n,-t of muscles tn any oth��.
form of physical exercise to Intense
mi,I unremitting labor But thai ',
whai ws 'in ��nii tiie immediate ugeni
nf our minds the lirnlu machine v a
cannoi watch Its operations. We oftas
issume thai in movements are as I v
ami einiii.m v, ibe ripples of ii.- unl
versa! air    We know and neverthelei
wc for::, I thai lhe lir.iln W n BUbl l:Mill '
apparatus ns liable to depreciation tr
tha fixed plant in ii workshop. Now
nothing is more certain than this Vint
the potential capacity of tbe human
brain bas not Incren ted, if al alt, Is
anything like the proportion of the Im
Densely aggravated demand upon it
The modem man Is BUbJecl lo se
03uch mental and moral wear said tea/
hi a day ns his nneestors In w���< v>-.
remote   generation  experienced  la  *
week.    Y. I  In v.-  pr. I ,,f   A:,,, r-e lii,-,��
hnriiiy changed traditional habll \v -
kre|i later and still Inter hours w.
eatcb our trains in the morning i��-
qhiiiii   There is no donbt whatever th��
we burn H andle al both ends wit?
unprecedented disregard of the Ihwb of
psychological economy, and thnt ih��
amount of rest we nil ^v for nerve o->rf
bruin is n��� longer adequate, -ijomi""
Telegraph,
a r����i Train,
On the Riviera line near VentiinlgUft
Italy, the train, after ambling gentij
alone stopped suddenly, An Inpatient
pnsienger put his bead out nnd nskwl
crustily, "Ih thin Bordlghera?" No nr��
���wer. "(Jtuiril, l�� this Bordlghera?" h*
shouted tifialn. A voice came from the
fore part of the trnlu, "No, monsieur,
It Is not nordlgbern���It Is n eow.'-
When the cow hud been removed froa
tho line the train ambled on ngnlw
Two minutes Inter It onre mor. rntr..
to n dead stop. "Another cow, I Slip
pose?" shouted the testy pnsseni;e|
Wltlierlngly. "No. monsieur, It Is not,"
tali! the gunril placidly, "It Is tbs
snme cow."
F 4RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining. | ���
  ll
. Koyal Ciiy Branch, Columbia St.
r--�� - ���
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN  PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL    $6,000,000
PAID  UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
A. O. U. W.���FRASHR LODGE NO, 8
���Meetings the lirHia ml iliird Tuesday In each month. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. 0, U. W hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson Btreet.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 40.9, 1.0...
���Meets the fourth Friday In the
month at . o'clock, in the ��mall
ball, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL  ORDER   OF   BAULKS,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets eviry Tuesday
evening at K p.m. in the Eagles
hall. Columbia street. J. N. Aiteii
eson, W. Pres.; II. Schofleld, Becr.
tary.
JOaRD    OF    TRADB��� NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meotg in tlie
hoard room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the third
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, ut n p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may he
proposed and elected nt. any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, gecretary.
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4
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4 SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of H.
hall       Chief, W. Siuneriand.
IESS____
utlic Market
o
pen 8
Market  Clerk   D, E. Mackenzie
a. m. to _ p. m. Fridays  7 a. m. to 6 p. m.
 Phone   138
^frTday specials
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
___^SER  VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Ke.
*n s Stall
for
VEGETABLES,   HERBS.
D
avies
&s
on
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and Bedding Plants.
Monk's  Stall
The Weekly News
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
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Thrifty people who use our Savings B.ink Department will find
It convenient and will receive every courtesy, whethjr their account
be   large or  small.     Saving*  Depatmentg at  every  branch.
��� Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New Westminster.
���
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\   Costly   limit.
There Is a famous old desk ln thr
British war uflk-o ln Loudon. It Is S
desk to wUcb old hands point with
emotion. That desk cost tho nutloi*
.26,00OiOC��, In it Is a pigeonhole with
s story. It was Into that pigeonhole
lhat the dispatch Of King Theodore oi
Abyssinia was thrust���and forgotten
After we bnil been to war the iloeu
ment was found In the desk, and we
��� 11 learned that then,.- ought to hnve
been no WS_���London Sketch.
O. O. F��� ROYAL CITY LODOE
No II -Meets In Oddfellows' hall,
Columbia sl ree, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
win be made welcome. O. B, om.y,
N. (J ; C. E OSbOrne, P Q, recording secretary
OTHER    FRATERNAL    BOCIETIE8
Include the I'nlon Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17. A. F. nnd A. Mv, L. 0 U
No. 1l.(i; L. O. L.. No. lf.93; Court
Bapperton, No. 16K.1, i. o. f.; C. o.
F. Court Westminster. No. __ll;
Brotherhood   of  Owls,  Nest   No.   M
Tb.    kii.e
"I hear your firm discharged you."
'Ten, but I wouldn't mind thnt se
Bitieb If they hadn't added Insult H
Injury."
"Howr
"They advertised for a boy to _��
my place."
Sheridan fen tn lore with Miss Ll��
ley nnd told the story of "The Rivals."
which Is a tnw aeeonnt of his eour.
thlp.
A Confnulon ��f N��m��-��.
Although Kcotln Is now known tt��
mean Scotland, It once wns the name
of Ireland. Two eeiiturles before tb_
birth of Christ Ireland was known t��
the Greeks ag Juvencn. Caesar culled
It Hibernia, ns did also Ptolemy In his
map of that Island It Ir said the
Phoenicians first gnve Ireland thennnie
of Hibernia, meaning thereby "utmost
or last habitation," for beyond that
land westward tho Phoenicians never
ext,'tided Iheir voyages. Toward tlie-
de/'llne of the Itoman empire the coun
try begun to he failed Bcotl " nttliier
retained hy the monastic writers .. .1
the eleventh century, when the nam*
ft....tin. having passed to modern Scotland, the ancient name of Hibernia be-
gnn to be agnin used.
McKendrys Fall and Winter Style Book
TL       1 L L FREE
1 he dainties, hats you ever saw, the very
latest styles, and at prices which cannot be
equalled anywhere in Canada.
At great expense this book has been prepared for our out-of-town customers, ll contains lovely half-tone drawings of lhe most approved Hats
to be worn during the bill and winter Mason, suitable for any age from
toi to matron. Thousands of ladie* in every part of Canada have proven
the excellence of our work, and at the same lime have made a most substantial saving in price.   The list of customers is vowing each
��� _ v   j -     season.    You should be on the Eft.
McKendrys 	
"The Home Wiilt to-day a* the demand for our "Style
of As Hot
*"'*"" "^-���"��� ����-"    '  -Limited
.dry*
226 - 228 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ont.
Tn  (are  Snorlns.
"At a  banquet,"  snld nn editor, "1
once beard Jerome K. Jerome make is
speeeb on snoring.   I remember that It
- endod   with   these   words:   To   euro
i snoring, It Is advised that a piece of
; soap be dropped Into the mouth of the
! snorer.   The oil in the soap will lubrl-
I cate   the   pharynx   and   other   Latin
parts of the throat.   This remedy must
be applied with caution; otherwise tho
! snorer  wUl  arise  and  lubricate  the
floor with tho person who dropped io
tke soap.'"	
W*i_l| ��� _*�����.
When Dean Swift was called to tho
living of Loraoor he inaugurated th*
custom ef reading prayers o_ Wednesday aad Friday. At the first WedMt-
<lay service be waited ln vain for nnj
one to appear except his clerk Roger
At length bo began, "Dearly beloved
Roger, the Scriptures moveth yon and
me in sundry places," and so proceed,
ed to the end ot the service.-Herpes's
Weekly.	
Th* Inspsoto. s Life.
O-Jler-t'd thin, that your father"���
duties as bulldta* inspector tronld _���
awfully dangerous going round unsafe
buildings. Bmall Bon ot the Houso-
Ofc, no; he doesn't go near 'em till aftee
they fall dowsu-Ufe.
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PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY   _w.WS.
FRidav
The Daily News
Pub'..-.    .   . The Daily New�� Pabllsh-
lc,; iti J. at th  I
Tbe Dai     S     - rner ol _
Kenzie and Trew stn ��� ta.
E.  A.  Pr, ge.
.Manaj'ng Dvector
���.'��� Iligeal man most recogsilse
it- thi   better way of averting tlie unattending     Industrial
Th^   scheme   adopted     by
r Broa is somewhat more extend.
ipe than former applies-
us   of  the   principle  of   co-partner-
The company are Issuing part
nershi;,   certiflcai e
ANOTHER   FISH   PIRATE
ARRESTED  AT   BLAINE
MAHDIST   REEELS   KILL
MANY TURKISH   SOLDIERS
Ingham,   Aug.   26.���The   third     vienn     ' Two hundred and
���   In  a Dshtrap    raid    ca.-,.  was  f0ri i   according
made last night at  Blaine, and today |, - Ived today from Con-
it   .'   Pickett, :i in-1.   U.... is held m
thi   count) jail pending a further in-
ition.      .More    warrants  are iu
to   tbe   vai      ol   '- ls  "f '������'"' officers,  and   it  Is
,,    .,   ..      __    expected  that  other  arrests   win   be
-.    10  i./r annual distribution  am-
made. When one of those Bought is
ong employees over th- age of twen- brought Into court it Is believed by
tyfive   ani   with   a   recorl   of    five the officers tbat a sensation  will  be
FRiDAY.   AUGUST
CAPITAL   AND   LABOR.
:    - of Indus ���'���   ���'
w_i. a --_ie or an in. . may be
..   I   or even deeti .   Uie
a              ������-���:-       srorl rs or the
or hot     .     - goo
ai     . ^.y  limit ">f from two to four years salary
faithful sc-rvic-.   The finsi dis
tribution   has   been   made    re"
-..- as  for  the year 1901, ani  S30^.-
250 has  a'r   . ly
ong  1041    employees    of  all  grades.
male and female hands sharing alike.
Futur. yearly distributions will be on
the  sain -.     10  per cent  of each
sprung, as i: Is expected thit Iv will
m..k,.  some  interestiiif;   statements.
.    see employees salary
. . - -- 1 -.Lfi ma ���
-   i r.ve partnership,   it
either tt     ar.y  particular
- _���-- - m or for trade gen :..
| - .. o-.tis-.-in-. s"r fe
*-.:   ��� --    - twi ea   caj Ital and
-
rank with  the ordinary share.- In the
is reached. The partnership certiti-
catei rank with the ordinary shares
for dividends. To superannuat- | em-
B and the widows of employees
who die in the service of the firm pre-
..' go,>d of ferential certificate, are issued, which
har_- '      - ' :ga  be-
five   ;er   cent    .i.vidends.    By    this
��� .. ��� .   ��� m| loyee  of   the   firm
- a/i active partner in the con-
The canerles, having completed the
been distributed am- packing of the salmon purchased fro.n
the fisherment by their buyers
now turning their attention to the
finishing off of their cans. The majority of the employees hnve been dispensed with, a few being kept on to
until the individual 'lf> the lacquering of the cans, and
where required, the labelling. Thousands of cans, however, are not labelled at all, these Including nearly all
those sent to the United Kingdom.
where ''i dealer, affix their own
labels.
���   ��� in   .
- itl   ��� sti rn Ara-
ii.,. 'wh. : 'lu' Turkish
of the barracks is not
8tated  in  th.     dispatches.      Turkish
:���,.. time have been scat-
.    Yemen,  but  it  has
il owing to their not
.  ,    ., .    my  pay. they have refused
0   fll
I., motive  >���'"   ���'"-'.  rescued  from
are a watery grave in the Fraser river re-
o.ntlv by the aid of a diver and
ng crew, was taken to t.ie
,;��� Morthi m shops at Even ti >��� a-
terday to be converted Into a service
eng ne once more. At present it Is
a ,| .reputable looking mass of s-eel
and mud. but In six weeks time She
ive the shops to all appearance
a   new  machine.
-   .'.
tw.i . : wiIi
I    _ -.   -       . ?.        satisfactory con-
<v-     _    .-    v.-.   ;.:-���    v
rare t  at too often the '��� rn- witl1 a
i .��� vement and a personal share in its
v       .: -   :..!.-   ��� ��   . ��� :.     gainst
f _   .:;.-:    ���., ll    -'.    I iminatlon is a
t :..-.-.-   and  In  some  cases    such    a
ma  ia ju.--.if.. i  by  the end.    But
-rike is always more or less disastrous to the workers, even though
b] its means they may -ultimately
gain their object, whilst to commerce
generally It is often productive of evil
and  loss.
In C'tuada we haw fortunately, the
Lemieux act as a potent i__u~nc_ towards pacification of disputes be- Ho.
twee_ capital and labor. This statute the
has already proved to be of material
benefit to the commercial interests
of the Dominion. By its means a
great number of disputes have been
amicably settled, some of whkh woul 1
have been of a grave character if tbey
had assumed the proportions of a general strike.
But far better even than the bene-
.icieat influence of the Lemieux act
is, it seems to us, a meaus that will
render strikes lmi>oBsible
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
We are educating our students for
success in life, and are not simply
preparing  them   for  "jobs."
Young  man, what  do you expect  to
be in twenty yjars?   This is the ques-
can be  any  trouble from strikers or tion you should ask yourself.      Look
vital interest in its every
successe.-
necessarv
and  adversities.    It   ig   unto remark that ther,. nev.r
Lifebuoy   Soap    ts    delightfully  re
freshing tor    Bath or Toilet    In  b
weather.      For  washing    undercloth
ll ;   ||   la   unequalled.    Cleanses    ar,
purifies.
Special Friday and Saturday
Maple Lea' cups ..nd Saucers,
90c PER DOZEN.
ONLY A CARLOAD OF NEW PARLOR FURNITI .E
and 5 piece  suites;  odd  Parlor  Pieces;   Roman Chairs; M
Rockers, Centre Tables, ite, etc.
We
'���"fiij j
'orfs Crai,.
certainly  hav< ,.. go^
LEE'S
NKW WESTMINSTER,
Furniture E
Le:'s  Block, Col-
mporium
i Street.
industrial disputes In the ftiiur,- history of Lever Bros. The t-ntire establishment has been transformed into a busy hive of happy and contented workers
Westward   Ho!
August    numb-.-r   of
The August number of Westward
contains a further Instalment of
"Pacific War of 1910" by Secretary C H. S. Wade of the New Westminster board of trade. The story
in the present number unfolds a little further the plot by which the Japanese expected to extend their territory to the American continent, and
describes the steps by which the
residents of Vancouver island not
only warded off the first attack ot
the invaders, but seized several of
their vessels. This numbei contains
a num tier of breezy short stories
dealing with many phases of human
experience. "The Cajolery of Man"
Other than  I9 a partlularlcy  Interesting tale.
the drastic remedy of making sucn
movements penal by statute, the only
way to preserve perfect harmony between employer and employed Is the
system generally known as co-operative partnership, Though this princl
pie is not new, having been adopted
by a famous Parisian house decorator a century ago. it is only iD recent times that it has come to be in
any sense generally adopted.
The system of profit-sharing practised by the Chicago iirm of Seiz,
Schwaf & Co., whose distribution of
140,000 among Its employees was reported in our issue of yesterday, does
not embody the principles of co-operative partnership. This, ani the
similar practice adopted by the B.C.
Electric Railway company in our own
province are admirable as steps In
the right direction, giving the workers an interest in the concern for
which they labor, and thereby result
ing in material benefits to the concern liself. But they are ��nly half
way steps towards th. greater and
more thorough -cbem. of co-partnership.
The principles of giving the employees an active participation �� the
management and profts of a commercial undertaking wer. first adopted
��i modern times by the late Sr George
Livesey, managing director of the
South Metropolitan Gas company ln
London, England, r��e of the Industrial concerns of the British capital.
It was som. 26 years ago that Mr.
livesey, as be then was, found himself in a very awkward position, owing to the imminence of a strike on
tbe part of his men, and the resultant
plunging of more than half the capit-
al In darkness. After every mean*
of reconciliation had failed, and virtually at .he eleventh hour, George
Livesey took the discontented masses
into his confidence, told them exactly how things B-.ood and boldly offered every honest man a share in the
concern. The effect was magical. The
manager was a popular and trusted
man, and his earnest address to the
men turned the tide of discontent
into an acclamation of happy agreement, and put th�� strike to an end.
Neither tbe late managing director,
nor the shareholders or the employees
wbo thereafter became shareholders,
ever had cause to regret the step then
taken, for continued prosperity came
to them all.
It   seems   strange   that    with     the
great success of this step before them
other  large  employers  of  labor  did
not  adopt   the  same course.    It  was
not however until quite recently that
Sir Christopher Furness, the head of
one of the largest British shipbuilding and  marine    engineering    firms,
adopted a smllar scheme as a means
of  putting   an   i_d   to   the   years   of '
conflict   between   the  firm   and   their |
employees
days comes the news that the great
British   soap   making    firm  of  Lever |
ahead. Are you fitted for the sphere
in the business world that you aspire
to? You should nc. be satisfied to 6-inch Plates
be a bookkeeper or stenographer aU
you life, but in order to own a business of your own you must first learn
a business. The proper and successful way to go about this is to prepare
at the v;ry best business school
within your reach. That school is'
the Westminster Modern Business
School. Then secure employment
where you will be trained by brainy
men and your success is assured.
The business school has opened the
way to an independent career for wo- ,
men,  such as   is  offered   In   no  other
institution,        Shorthand     or     book-
keeping  without  doubt offer th;  most
attractive    opporunities  to young  women.      They   are    employed   in   commercial   and  banking   houses,  by  law- \
years and    doctori, with    real  estate j
firms and as t:achers in  business col-j
leges   and   in  fact     everywhere     that
business  is done.
Now is the time for you to enroll
Call   or write.
In. 1. Plati s, per doz- n   75c
dozen      85c
vinch Plates, per doz.-n    $1.00
Soup Plat.-s. per dozen 90c
The  Fair ^
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Westminster
Transfer Co.
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For Tired and Sweaty Feet use:
NEWS   IN   BRIEF.
Vidal and Bacchus, customs brokers, will remove from their present
office on Front Street to commodious
new quarters in the new Thompson
block about the end of next week.
Rev. William Hartley, tor many-
years a member of the Baptist
.lurch 'n Canada, died a few _ay��
ago in Ticonderog^. Xew York. Mr.
Hartley had made Vonkers, X V..
his home for the past eight years.
Clara Louise Holden, of Toronto,
has applied for a bill of divorce from
her husband, Charles Lorne Holden.
The bylaw granting ?2H,00u tor
waterworks was carried yesterday
at Exeter by 122 majority, the vote
being very light.
The village of Charlemagne, near
Montreal, had a $5000 fire early yesterday morning. At one time the
flre threatened to wipe out the village, and aid was asked for from
Montreal- Owing to lack Of railway
facilities, the request could not be
acceded to. The villagers finally-
succeeded  in checking the fire.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
610 Columbia Street
.fflce 'Phone lis.      Barn 'Phone 13'
Columbia Street
Baggage   dellverea    promptly   to
any part of the citv.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
SUITS
Grand Trunk Ry-
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chirago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tiro* Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VALX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago. III.
New Fall Suits arriving makes it necessary for us
to clear out all our Spring and Summer Stock of
Suits at once. To do this we are selling the balance of our Summer Two-Piece Tweed and Worsted Suits at one-third reduction.
I $15 Values for $10.00 I
__    12 Values for     8.00 I
10 Valuesjfor     6.65
i
One-fourth off on all Spring and Summer Three-
Piece Tweed and Worsted Suits.
RYALL'S  FOOT POWDER
does its work.
It:
. RYALUS
THE DRUGGIST AND!
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone
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School Text Books, j
Scribblers, Pencils,
and an School Supplies
GO   TO
TODHUNTER & BURR    \
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Succeuors to J. J. MACKAY _. CO.
*o**oott*t*ntntt*tntt*tnt*mt..*...n^..*n******
WE   ARE   READY
you how it Is cheaper to buyoM
high-class    building     materiau
than It is to purchase the pW
er kind. We ran pom' w
buildings built witn our m*1*
rials that never need W11*
We can point to ��om�� Mt*
that need repairs all tbe tm*
But they were not built of <""
materials. See where
cheapness lies?
real
$25.00 values for   $18.75
22.00 value, for    16.50
$20.00  values for    |15.00
15.00 values for   11_5
A CANADIAN PACIFIC
^P'B.C.Coast.S. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Dally at 11 p.m direct i
and 10 a.m. via Victoria.
To Victoria���Daily at 10 a.m. and!
1 p.m.
To Alaiika���Every Saturday at 111
p.m.
To Prince Rupert���Every Saturday
at 11 p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���Second
and 16th of each month.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tues-1
day and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Saturday
at 8 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Dally at 2 p.m.
FROM  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser riv_r  to    Chilliwack '
and    way    points���Steamer     Beaver
eaves Westminster at 8 a.i
exactly  th#  sort  of  suit    you    want
you'll find th* choicest models In all
If you know
tho correct styles.
If you don't know th,n We ,ha"be ple*Md t0
'vu **V*I l I-UUW, assist you with the best ser-
vic�� In fitting you ptrfectly with just the sort of suit you "ouoht
to wear."
I
I     GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Half-Price Straw Hats
The balance of our Straw Hats to clear at;
SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware Is the kind you Rive the bride.
Kind to last for lifetimes���fli| her heart with pride;
Kind to give the couple to cheer them all through life;
Kind that pleases Hubby and  also pleases Wife!
$3-00 Straw Hat. for $1.50
2.50 Straw Hate for 1.25
$2.00 Straw Hatg for ji.oo
1.00 Straw Hat_ for 50c
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
>0L�� AGENTS LONQINE'S A ND HAMILTON WATCHER
Finish the season with a new hat.
m-on Mon-
Now within the last few ��ay,  Wednesday and Friday;  return-
ing leaves    Chilliwack at 7 a.tn   on
"^sday,  Thursday  and  Saturday.
_r further particulars call or ad-
Bros.,    Limited,   have   adopted    what  aress
REID & CO.
GOOD CLOTHE8, HAT8 AND TOGGERY
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
MU1T0N, VEAL PORK
Freeh fork   Sausages dally.
Best of Farmer's Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192       ' McNENEMY & ANDERSON
Columbia THE  DAILY \"WS.
PAGE FIVE.
Children's Week jL SPORTING NEWS
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
W.S. Collister & Co.
(itivillpay to buy your groceries from
C. B. DEANS
I c
i   '
,,,. Carnation
i-ir  pkg.
Wheal
...35c
I VI  '
for ..
|,
IThi-' Is ''
Flakes   in  hulk.   -1
lbs.
25c
West
tin	
;oo i baking
Baking Powder,
...   .    20c
powder.
I : ugar,
$1.20
Schilling's   Besl
der, per tin  . .
Baking   Pow-
. .25c and 40c
Chicken  Soup.  2 tins  tl
Clark's
for   .
Pork and Deans,
Fresh   Ground
at,  per lb.
Coffee,
..15c
cans
 25c
special
....25c
Children's School Boots lly
The Old Country
Boot Store
We are specializing  in Children's   School   Shoes,   suitable  'or   all
|kinds of wear and weather.
The DICK BOOT for Boys   we specially recommend, the soles are
I Waterproof  and   wear   like  Iron.
Also the well known LECKlE BOOT for Girl..      We have a few
Old Country  lines.
Also the WESTON IRON CLAD;     every   pair    warranted     solid
leather.
Prices  Away   Down;   quality   high.
The Old Country Boot Store
661 Columbia Street.
J. STEWART,  Proprietor.
^^^^ LEAVE
FOB VICTORIA TODAY
Strong    Aggregation    Going   Over    to
Meet Capital  City Champions-
Hard Game  Expected.
Th. Intermediate lacrosse team
" to repn eni this nil. againsl
Victoria in th. Capital tomorrow will
leave this city on the 11 o'clock car
thla morning in order to catch the
v.i   at Vancouver, for Victoria.
The Royal Cltj twelve will ba
composed us follows: Goal, Munn;
l_lm, Digby; cor., point, Pearson;
| defi v. tn . I, Galbralth, Patchell, ll.
Gifford; ci ntre H, MacKenzie; home
field, Fitzgerald, Bartlett, McPhaden;
outside,     Purdy;    inside,    Bwanson.
Spar,,   ('units.
��� he llm up for Victoria will ba
chosen from the following; Mould.
Sweeney, S Regrave, I, Regrave, McArthur, Btlles, Kairail. Cut., Young,
Hancock Dempster, F, Julian, B, Julian and Owens.
Among the Capita] players will be
noticed two old Royal City boys, McArthur and Julian, both of ' whom
were in  the gam,, in Iliis city.
Victoria has the reputation of put-
' 1 ii . Up a hard game on Its own
grounds and the local players expect
to run inni no sort of a cinch. However, the twelve chosen by New West.
minster mak,. up a strong bunch, and
the probabilities are that they will
add another lo their unbroken series
ni victories,
line-up is strong
FOR TOMORROW'S GAME
WHERE?
At the Leading Furniture House, the place to save money.
Prices lower than the lowest. QUALITY IS OURS. It
will pay you to see our stock before buying your House
Furnishings.
Team Chosen to Meet Vancouver at
Quean's Park  Has  Lots of Both
Speed  and   Head.
Tbe team which
Xew Westmlnsti i
against   Vancouver
Clll
will represent i"e
r      Lacrosse    Cluh
iu  this    city   toil at a meet-u_ "i
HAMBURG
BELLE
MAKES
NEW   RECORD
Cleveland, Aug. 26.���Hamburg Belle
defeated Uhlan in two straight heats
in their match at North Randall yesterday and also set a new worlds
record for a trotting race and for th.
fastest two heats ever trotted.
The new record for a mile is 2:01
1-4 and was made in the first heat.
IThp former record of 2:01! }-4 was
tii-ld by Croeseus. The stalllm made
ihe record ln a match race with The
Abbott at Brighton Beach in August,
1901.
Sweet Marl,, formerly held the record for the fastest two heats trotted,
having made two miles in 2:04 3-4 and
_:03 3-4 at Syracuse, N. Y.. September 12, 1906.
Hamburg Belle's time is !:01 1-4
and 2:01 3-4- Immediately after the
first heat, Hamburg Belle was sold
to H. M. Hanna of this city for $50,-
000, by Edward and Joseph Madden,
owners of the mare, and sons of John
E. Madden.
morrow   waa
the players and executive held in iln
dressing room a. Queen's park after
practice last evening. According to
present arrangements the Salinci.
Bellies wlll ink, the Beld a. follows:
Goal, Grey; point, Galbralth; cover
point, T Gifford; flrsl defence, j, Gilford; second defence, .Marshall; third
defence, i',. Rennle; coatre, _, Rennle; third home, Feeney; second
home, W. Turnbull, iir i borne, Wintemute; outside, L. Turnbull; inside, |
t;. Spring
The  ni ii     put    in   a  hard  practice
last  evening, and al] appeared  io be
in  first-class shape.      With    Feeney
on again, the efficiency ot  the home
has  beu considerably  Increased,  aud
from the form shown at the lasi few
practices   it     appears   to   be   working
again with all its old smoothness aud
snap,     Judging from present indications it  looks  as  If  there  was  a hot
time  coming for Gibbons  tomorrow.
Feeney  has    now    almost  entirely
recovered from the effects of his re-
c>sit attack  of rheumatism and is to
all  appearances    as   speedy   as   ever-
On   ihe   whole  the  team   which   will
meet Vancouver tomorrow will be the I
swiftest   that  New   Westminster   has |
put In'o the field since the begiuuing j
Of her misfortunes five weeks  ago.
The Vancouver team Is reported to ,
be in first-class condition, and a hard
battle Is looked for.      If the Terrain-
als   lose     tomorrow     it     spo-ls   their
chances for the cup, and it a safe betting that  the men  in  green  will play
I for every ounce that's in them.    Vancouver    sports     were     yesterday   demanding    odds of    seven    to    three
against their own team, but all things
I considered    this    looks    a    little too
I strong to  Royal  City  fans and there
| was  little money going at that  here.
Even money looks pretty good t0 all
followers cf the game to this ciiy.
W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT  CALL  81.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:45.
TRAINS   LEAVE   CARRAL   STREET   STATION,   VANCOUVER,   AT
1:00,  1:30, 2  P. M.
Columbian College
Fall Term Begins Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9 A. M.
Full business course; modern methods���two practical instructors.
We teach Music, Art, University High School and Public School
courses.
Ten experienced instructors��-Gymnasium Instruction given to students free of charge.    For  rate, for board Or tuition apply to
W.   J.   SIPPRELL,   Principal.
Male Atti
For Correct Dress
Just Arrived
JUNIORS WILL CLASH.
East End and Fourth Street Teams to
Decide Tie This Evening.
The Fourth Street and East End
teams of the newly formed junior
city league will met on the Queen's
park oval this even eg in order to decide last Tuesday's tie. Both teams
have been practicing hard, and a
close and exciting game Is expected.
The teams will line up as follows:
East End���Goal, S Mortison; point,
Sinclair; cover point, Day; defence
field, Watson. Pottlnger, Angus; centre, Knudson; home field, Henderson,
Huff, P^-ntland; outside home, Sait;
liside, Daw.
Fourth Street���Goal, Stoddart;
point, W. Mortison; cover poini,
Jones; home field, Doherty; S. Lane,
K. Gunn; centre, Innes; home field.
R. Lane, Murray, B. Gisin: outside,
Swence-ki;   inside  Armstrong.
T. J. Mahoney will referee.
We have just opened up our Fall Clothing, which is
the most up-to-date apparel in Canada. It wears
right, it fits right, and is priced right. Latest styles
and patterns in greens, browns, blues and blacks,
from
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from o:iJ0 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a.  in.
Sunday service half-houriy he- ���
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.      ��
CUPS FOR INTERMEDIATES.
$10 to $35
Games   For  Trophies   on   Labor   Day,
Both in This City and at Mission.
The New Westminster and Maple
Leafs intermediate lacrosse teams
wlll meet at the Queen _ park oval on
Labor day in an exhibition game or
a cup offered by the Celebration committee of the Trades and Labor councils of this city and Vancouver.
' Osi the same day the second lntar-
medlate team of this city will journey
to Mission City in order to contend
there with a Vancouver team for the
trophy offered by the Celebration
committee of that point. The trophy
which was put up for the first time
last year is at pres>i.it held by New
Westminster.
Our celebrated Kenmore Hat, which is a cracker-
jack, in all shades,
$3.00
FOOTBALL
So far there have only been small
turnout at practices of the Westminster Rovers football team at
Moody square. it Is to be hoped
there will be larger numbers taking
an interest as the season goes on,
e.peclallv as there is only about a
week now before the first match witn
Shamrocks on Labor Day.
Call and see us before buying your Fall and Winter
apparel.   We have what you want.	
Acme Clothing
Company
A. CHAPPELL
Manager
YESTERDAY'S RACING
FIRST   RACE���Five  furlongs,  selling two-year-olds.
1, Electroawn;   2, Swift MacNelll;
3, Mr. Hose.
SECOND   RACE���Five and  a half
furlongs,  Selling  three-year-olds.
1, Jessupburn;  2, Louis   Streuber;
3   An .clefftoo.
' THIRD RACE���Six furlongs, selling
three-year-olds.
1, Banposal; 2, May Sutton; 3, Lld-
dlngton.
FOURTH RACE���Six and    a   half
furlongs, Selling three-year-olds.
I    1, Colbert, 2, Prestige; 3, Ripper.
j    FIFTH     RACE���Seven      furlongs,
purse three-year-olds.
���    1, Follie L; 2, Import; 3, Orillene.
I    SIXTH    RACE���One   and   aae-slx-
teenth   miles,   selling  three-year-olds.
1, Convent   Bell;    2, Sanposal;  8,
Dave Weber.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
Longest Home Run Hit.
Brooklyn, Aug. 26.-Absolutely the
loagest home run hit ever made in
the history of baseball was pulled off
yesterday at Coney Island and Webster avenues, where the Kensington
A C and the Flatbush A. C. were
playing a match.      The Kenslngtms
were  at  the bat and  Eddie Curran,
the catcher, approached the plate.
Incidentally a Smith street car
bound for Coney Isbmd was approaching from the distance. The first
ball pitched Curran lifted over the
fence. It landed ln the Smith street
car, and at midnight the -ball was io
the car wad still going.
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FRENCH AND JtWS
BATTLL IN MONTBOL
Race  Feeling   Causes  a   Vicious   Race
Riot���Fighters  Block All  Streit
Traffic.
Montreal, Aug. 26.- Twenty live
j,'us ;,i.i,l French-Canadians attack d
one another in St. Lawrence St. on
Saturday night, arousing race feeling
thai led to two hours streei Qghtlng
near the corner of St. Lawrence and
Deniontlgny streets, while five bun-
un . people jostled l. g ; ni r oa the
pavement watched tht riotous proceedings.
It was the angri bi street seen*
thai Mtutrealers hav witnessed tor
a i mg time, and ii has produced a
Inn vest of indignation that will ;,, unloaded in the Recorder's Court by the
Hebrews, who ar,- loud In their protests, owing to iii,. fact thai only
Jews were arrested, wiiii0 the French-
Cauadii us, h ho, i h j els m, stai ed
the fighting by pulling an old man's
length) whiskers w. r,. all allowed to
escape,
Btreel cars and vehicles were block*
ed in St. Lawrence Streei while the
fighting lasted; Innoceui spectators
\\> i,. dragged Into the fracas and bad
their coais pulled oh', their shins
torn, and their laces bruised by fist
blows and falls in the Btreet.
Only one policeman was ua the
Been, to cope with the fight at the
stun, 'i his was Constable Desmar-
teau, whose strength and weight-
throwing abilities are renowned in
the leading Canadian cities. _ut he
had all he could handle lo cope with
the situation, and his only showing
was the arrest of three Jews, who
claim they are Innocent of disturb ,.i._
th_ peace, whereas the French-Canadian    n.nnased to escape.
The fighting started shortly alter
five in the afternoon, and lasted i.n-
til  alter seven o'clock.
D#wnitaiM and Up In Butiimm..
"Downstairs f?r oysters? I*ok now
That day's gone by. People don't Ilk*
to go downstairs for anything. Tbey
dou't mind going upstairs, but object
to the basement!." So spoke nn old
timer. "Yet tt is easily within the
memory of a middle aged man wbes
oyster cellars were numerous. Tliert
are only u few left. The same waj
with barber shops. Forty, or eM-o
thirty, years ago most of them were II
basements. Even saloons were often
downstairs, despite the obvious diili-
culty of throwing an obstreperous cu��
tomer out Nowadays It's upstairs for
everything.��� Philadelphia Record.
Champion Button Sewer.
The    Philadelphia    Record   declare*
thut Charles C. Seber, nn employee lu
e .liirt factory ut Strauss.own, Berkl
county, I'a., is an export at sewiug ob
buttons, lie sewed on .,'JiiO buttoni
oua day recently lu flve nnd one-half
.lours, which means OCX) shirts, seven
oittons to u shirt, or about fourteen
bottons lu a mlu^o. At another time
not being aware of the fact thnt In
was being timed, be sewed ou seven
buttons ln twenty-Ave seconds. Mr
Rel'er claims he cm fasten, on n
wager, twenty-one buttons in a mlu
itte, seven buttons to u shirt.
English Watchmaker
Cold Watch
up.
Silver
$6.00.
Silver Watches
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham
Watches,
Watch repairing a specialty
for Ladies from $12 /j
Watches,   gents'   open luce
gents'  open   case.
md      ISlgi-
F.  CKAKE
Two   doora   trom   Geo.  Adams,   Croc* t
SPECIAL AUGUST SALE!
-vrr-y t -������- v"*5v--._,
"Alzen" Versus Cist Iron.
A new- metal which has attracted con
ilderable attention In Germany und
which gives promise ol' becoming of nc
little Importance to many branches ef
Industry has received the name "al-
���en," the name being a compounding
of the ili.t letters of aluminium nnt.
Singer      Sewing      Machines.      five
FAMOUS SOCIOLOGIST DEAD.
Graz, Styrla, Aug. L'li.���The famous
sociologist, Lttdwig Sumplowicz, professor of political law at Graz University,  and    bis    wife,    Franciscan.
have committed suicide by taking poi-   being abnormally long and armed "with
son.      The  reason   assigned   for  the   a hook shaped claw for dragging out
deed is that the professor was suffer-   the grub,
ing from an incurable disease. "       '
drawer, drop-head, latest model, $52:
$5 down and $3 monthly; or $41.60
cash.
Seven-drawer Machines, $54, $5
Sine, Of which lt ls composed. It ll dow��� anti $3 monthly: $43.20 cash.
eialmed that lt equals cast iron is
strength, but that lf Is msch more elastic, and that It has a great superiority
sver iron to that lt does not met easily
��*d take* a vac* hu* oaUak-
The Aye-aye.
A very strange animal, related tithe lemnrs nnd peculiar to Madagascar
Is the aye-aye. It feeds uti wood bor
tag grubs that tunnel Into .be bark of
trees. The beast cuts away (lie outer
bark with Its chisel-like teeth, nnd ns
the worm retreats to the end of its hole
pokes after lt with a linger. This finger Is a remarkable organ, evidently
provided  by  nature for this purpose.
(No old machines taken at these
prices.)
Organs  less than  cost for cash.
Call and see for yourself th; snaps
I havs for August sale. Orders by
mail   promptly  attended  to.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival ol mails at the New West-
iiiinsiei post office, the hour given in
each  case  being  tne  Hour ot  closing,
which  is hail  an  hour, as a rule,  be- I
-fore  the  actual  despatch.    Ail   mails,'
unless otherwise staled, are rt'Ssi awui i
ed and received daily except Sunddy. j
'Ilie   only   mails   dispatched   and   re l
ceived Sunday ai_ the G. X. R. South '
and ('. P. R. east mails, not including
the   way  mails,    Sapperton,    FraBer
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched,
Sapperton, Fraser Mills aud Coyuit-
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:l.!0 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
!���!: 30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including till D. S, points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mail east, and
losed mail from Sumas, and Seattle,
ncludlng U. S. A. matter, and alto
Frase>- Mills.
Railway Time Tables
B. C.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
Best
Ever
0:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night) ��� Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Kl-ctric railway.
Fust C. P, R. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mail l'or Aubo.sionl and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and .Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points east and soutn;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldge an 1 Haz
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
zelmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursday,   and   Saturdays
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electr.c Railway.
1.:.'!()  p.m.���Strawberry     Hill,   Timberland   and   South   Westminster,   by
courier 1 Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
2:00 p.m.  (Summer months e|Ose at
2:110 except   Saturday)���Ladner,   Port
Guichon.   Westham     Island   and   Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday: Woodward
Tuesday. Thursday and  Saturday, via
"J,  r   Bruce."      (Sieveston mall  des.
patched and receive.;  via  Vancouver.)
2:i;o   p.m.���Vancouver   and   Piper
Siding, via G. N. H. north,
_   p.m,���Cloverdale,    .N'lcoineUl,   and
Port  Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday ami Saturday; Tynv  a.m.
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ae- , Lv. Seattl
cord. Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. KU.tric Railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all li.
S. poims east and south, via ti. N, it
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Fra
eer Mills. This mall takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Ham
E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule,
Cars leave Vancouver l'or .New Westminster at .lou, o:.u, vju aud ��:.u
u.111., aud every hall Hour thereattei:
uutii  11:30  p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at i, :00, 0:20, _:n0. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every naif nuur there
after  until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New   W e-
min = ter at  _:uu aud 9:C. a.m,   m
every    half   hour    thereaflei    ua ,
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Lrst
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
Schools open on Monday next
and we want all students, both
young and old, to remember
that MOREY'S BOOKSTORE
is still in the lead with BOOKS
and   SCHOOL   SUPPLIES.
Our scribblers    and    exercise
books   are   the   best  value   ever
offered.      Don't    buy   until    you
have seen ours.
TWO  SCRIBBLERS  FOR   5c.
on   Monday  next.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
J
Great   Northern  Railway
.v. N.W.
I .ni
8:50  a.m.;
W.   11   a.m.;
W.  4::i2  |,.m.
W. 12:10 a.m
l.v.  N
p.m,
l.v. N
p.m.
Lv, X
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:0
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:3
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Lv.  Seattle  11 :
ar.  Seattle
ar.   Seattle
12:
3
3:65
ir. Seattle 9:4'i
ar. Seattle 7:15
5 a.m.;   ar.  X. W.  2:65
3 p.m.; ar. N. W.
Ij p.m.;  ar. N.W.
2.". p.m.: ar. N.W.
9:80
p.m.
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
by   directing   you   to   the   stor,.   where
.8  .ion can see the largest stock of new
a.vd second-hand goods of all kinds in
the city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
or sale, nearly new.
Com, and see bow much more you
can get lor wiur money here I ban
elsewhere.
iv airing of guns, umbrellas, type-
vriters, and light automatic mac'hln-
ry and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck!
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
1 'oliimida St.     "Man on the Wl ��� ������
G.   N.   R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New We .minnter on Tues
day at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
citv. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m . ar
rives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturday at 9 a m
Leaves Port  Gulchon  at  1   P.m.  on
on    Friday,   and.
Arrives at Port
, Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves  Gulchon  6 a.m.  each  week
day;   arrives  8:60 a.m.
Leaves   N.  W.   3:50   p.m.   dally  p.
cept  Sunday;   nr.  Gulchon   at   7  pm
mond,  Port Haney,    Mission,    Chilli-   Tuesday,  6:30  a.m.
wack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,  6:3o a.m. Saturday.
Lytton, Llllooet, Spences' Bridge, Nicola and  district,  and all   points east
except Kootenays.
Mails   Received-
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points, via. G. N. K.
"Owi."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:06 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier  ( Tuesday ,m.i Friday),
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
(Via G. N, R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Fort
Guichon, Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Van- j
couver.)
8:40 a.m.���.. P. R. east (first train)
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
You will find It to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce.
whether you intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ir.land  August 27
Empress of Britain ..   ..September 10
For other dates and particulars ap
ply to
E. GOULET.
C P. R. Aerent.
fPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE     MEATS
ANO SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
V>rner  Eighth Rt   anfl    'Iftb  Arena*
PHONE  S70
���OWELL 4 ODD/, Proorletora.
AUGUST 27
w
he Daily News
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The Daily News |fS,oav. ���sr V, ��*
"^ItTr notice.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
r.v_K _r.v.._
caveat   or   Certificate   of     Us   I
elng til- il with.n such , ��� rtod,
_ default of   redemption    befoi
" ',-   ,     ..u. you ami each ol jro i  ���������
Ite l0 l    ' forever  estopped   and   debarri
*'"   "  -   190.," to oaia.i   ���        a an>. (liilM 1(| 0. [n aspect landg
li.
vt--   Range One.
notice   that   Albert   Hun-,   ot
(X cupation   fanner,
tor permission  to
i    . ..un.;     descrl  i :
AT THE HOTELS.  I     A umE N0NSENSE-
���
nto  2,-
^_^m^_^_^_^_W
Ji ;uJ an tuny
K. shares c-f ^ lake,
Mi
Itlver,
^	
"inlet,    (Indian
Th '     dlV'
I from the
haracter ot
.  water  P��ww
. : electricity
trial  and com-
,.,,,:.,    in
the   operation
clent service thereof.^^^^^^^^^^
1 lined at   the Land  Reg!
New Westminster, Province o   B
Columbia, this 4th day ol   \ .
D., 1909.
W   B.  K Kl II I.
District   Registrar.
To Charlotte Cooper, James Anderson     Laldlaw,   J.    Laldlaw
i, orge K.  Wells,    Vi llllam  M
Smith, Edward James Thaln.
WATER   NOTICE.
I<
ot
Notice  is  hereby  given  that  an   I
--her works for'whloh plication wil] be mads under P
,  - are suit- of the "Water A"i, 1909,'   to o
(fi    The   pre- license  in   the  Municipalit.   ol
water |    to he naby Division of Loi 144 D
,.,.,.. h Kh tide     '���'J Tie name  address ai    i
.    I,'  riv ,   if, tion of the applicani  Is Hora
:.,. water is liamson,     4��   Westmlnste,     >
I ., . ..,,;i, pow Vancouver, It  C.
ll tion, ught-     ivi The name of the la_
during  and    ail (U unnamed,  the description)  is   un
__u__^^^^^^^^^^
ALBERT HUNT,
Per  S.   H.  FORD, Agent.
D     '   li.   I.'   9
Ooagt   Range one.
i    lohn Johnson, ot
i     occupation,    .-mes
man, li ��� ,   ipply ior permlssioi
thi    following   descn..e'j
���
Commencli at i posl planted ol
thi north ore I lohn island, an Island i tween Ki e Island and Davies
Dated lune 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 60 acres mor.. nr less
JOHN  JOHNSON.
Per  S.   H.   FORD, Agent.
Dated June Cth. 1909.
Di
���
II
strict ol Ooasi  Range One.
Take  no Ice  thai   James   W atson, Ol
. Vancouvei   B   C., occupation, farmer.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Intends to apply for permission to pir-
,1 or other purposes  known, rising in Lot 210, running In
,,:���.,!.    (i,   if a southerly  and    westerly    dlrei ti m
.    tor power or through Dlstrlcl Lot 144, Burnaby.      Uhe north..
h.  Sttrposes    escribe   the   place
. ���,  returned to
. and the differ-
ureen point ot dl-
I of     return.     The
I   . .- irned  to river near
��� .;, | difference Of ele-
vt of diversion and
,. io it   800 feet.  (])
; tn I  hit.nde I to  be
���pi.j j,   ��� ������ proposed works will
ltx,.. acres     (kl  Thi. no-
| ; on   lh,-   7th  day  ol
.  application    will   be
Commissioner   on   the
[day ef August  1909.     (1)  Ulve
tddressei   of any Tilt iroprletors or licenses who or
,____   are likely to be affected
proi ised  works, either  above
jeios  ���      nutlet,    B.  F.  Dicklns.
oarer, B. C.
part of th
bclation  of
(c.) Th�� polnl of diversion is aimut
100 feel south of a sink,- iii irki d
Block om- il) In thg northwesi corner of Dist .i t Loi   114.
id. i Tiv quantity ol water applle i
for dn cubk feet per second) is two
( ..
i-.i The characti i  ..:  the proposi 1
works  is io  run    power    machinery|
and electric    dynamo,    domestic   or
Irrigating.
If.) The
chase the following described lands:
Commei  Ing ai  a post  planted on
shore   of     Owl  island.
Dated   i me ���'"'    1909.     Applying for
�����..��� wholi '.  containing 160 acres
more or less.
J VMES  WA'I'.U.i,
Per B   II.  KORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th,  1909
Russell  Hotel.
'   Qrand   Forks.
uix.
.
'.'.. r,
iv.r,
I      111' ... .V
\     .ouver
���t   In Vancouver.
Waugh,  Winni ���
Toronto,
i, \\ Inn i" i
VI. Ri    i . Toi "ni"
11.  M.  v.       rortl    Beattl
San Francisco,
W. P   M n eoli. Vancouver.
Windsor  Hotel.
Charh i  \\. v.     Vancouver,
II.   M    Spink    V ill ouver.
w   I lavls, Whi nnock
S  Robertscia  A
.1.  Devlin, Victoria
i;. o. Browse, Langley,
W. Perkins, Pori  I. lis
Percy Chapman, Vancouver.
C   fl. Arn       ���      Langlej
ll   A   Macl I i   Langley  Prairie
Daniel It Cooper, Bilverd i
c   W, Anderson. Vancouvei-
Sent On Approval  I s
_   i
lo RESPONSIBLE I'H.oi'l.K ,.��"""*
District of  Coast   Range One.
Tak.   notice that Bergeta Anderson.
intends to apply for permissii n to pur
_.,     premises    on    whlcb    tli ��� ol   Vancouver,  B. C, occupation, lady,
water is to be used is known as Block  chase the following described lands:
one  (1),  two  l-'.l  and  Sixteen  (16)  in      Commencing   at   a   post   planted   ln
District Ixjt 144, Burnaby. Uhe bay at  northwest corner of Maud
ig) The purposes for" which the Island, the largest lsiand in the In-
water is to be used are domestic, dian group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
power,  light  and  Irrigation. I Applying   for   the   whol..-   l .and,   con-
(h.) If for Irrigation describe   the talnlng 60 acres more or less.
land   to  ire     irrigated���about    twelve I BERGKTA  AN__RBO.N,
(12)  acres. Pm  S.   H.   FORD, Agent.
,    (I.) If the water is to be used for.    Dated June 6th. 1909.
lie    Memorandum  or  ;>ower or mining    purposes    describe | _
the   Company     which .the place where 'be water is to be re-1       . ,
torized   tbe   proposed   application   turned to  som.   natural  chanu.-l, andl    i?'fr;ct ��l  t(?lst  'r?116*?    , !Lk _���
1 forks   reads as follows: the   difference   ln    altitude    between     T?rk<-'  notlce  l*>at,  VTaak   _f����ta��".
o lects  for    which    the points of  diversion and  point of re- ^*%__F't B'  C'; TTi���,', J.���
I established and to which torn.    Th.   water  ls  t_  be  returned ���*�� ln "^ l.   W '��r P��      ,i^
flets thi   Companv  are    restricted  about   two hundred   (200)   feet  below I.     VOTChase   the  following  described
lh ai [uisitlon of water and water In same channel and about sixty  <6U) ,    ~
.   y        rda of unrecorded  wa- feet lower. '    Lommencmg  at
o: by the purchase  of  waier  re-1    j.) The area of Crown  lend
Laughlin
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Two
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Bi [urn
The    Meeting    of   an    Englishman   and
an   Irishman  In   New   York.
An Englishman arriving in Xew
York ami being a stranger met an
Irish man on the street ami, approaching him, inquired the way to
Wall street. The Irishman told him
anil was aboul to |>uss on when ths
Englishman said:
" \ v., will j ou i.ii mo hmv to V t
to Central park? I have heard so
much about il   d London."
The Irishman told him that also
and ira-t about to go when the Englishman stopped him again and
Baid:
"Now, me good man, being as I
am a stranger, 1 would like to a-k
one more question. Will you teli
mo how to get to the subway?"
The Irishman again informed
him, and, being Impressed with his
manner and naturally curious, he
askvi 1 whom he had the "hotvor" of
addressing.
The Englishman answered:
"Why, I am the Hon. Lord Han
������ eey of London, England -Knight ef
tho (liirtrr. Knight of the Crown.
Knight of the Fleece and Knight��
tho Buth���and now, pray toll in.
who you are, sir."
The Irishman ilrvlv replied:
"Oh, I am Pat Muil'doon of E__��
boken���last night, tomorrow i t
night before lasi and everj' othei
bloomin' night, sir."���Judge. Mag
azine of Pun.
IB JEN'S PARADOX,
4__ (l.i- In.     nit.'  Illation  et .i-twnmm
t<> Socutr-
fhsen. my great compatriot, him i��
nn�� of hla works formulated tbs intra-
do., tliut tin- man U strongest who
stands most alone.   There Is
some truth iu this ��� ty. ther.
truth lu It so fu- is Mlani
eemed,   Tii�� uihu who lo
for
certainly
U liiii.-b
Is   r.>n-
i ie search
��*s
"*1
Poi!
paid
to any
addrttt
, v... l. i;��,b_
^^^^^^^^^^^^^    a  post  planted  in |
,,,���_, 'a small hav on north shore of Bond
lntenu-., ,     _     ��_.__    t    n...    mr.
i or wnter privUeges for ia) Con-
���ctlng iperatlng and maintaining
Itrlc irorks i>ower houses, gener-
|g plant and such other appliances
conveniences as are nec-ssary
[proper I        ���  generating of elec-
ed to he occupied by    the    proposed I
works is none.
(fc) This notice was posted on the
Hth day of August. 1909, and application will be made to the Commissioner  on   the  15th  day  of    Sep-
It'y, or electric i_wer, or any other  teniber, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock.
" developed power, and for, fl.) The nani.-s and addresses of
Ismlttlnf the same io be used by any riparian proprietors or licensees
[Coi ��� or by persons or com- who or whose lands are likely to be
eting with the company affected by the proposed works,
j: ' . motive power for the ..(ther abo\ . or below the outlet
ira tin, of motors, machinery or the Crown. H. B. Scott. Vancouver,
|c:ric lighting or other works or tO(_nd K. Pakhman, Vancouver
Island. Dated June Gih, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 80 acres more or less.
PRANK JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD.  Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
fapi'li-'!  by the Company  to  con
!.��� eating or as a    motive
tv : -      >p< lung tramways, or for
rin_ i! ag,    lifting,    pumping,
.-Ir.j  crushing,    smelting,  drilling
illinc  or  for  any  other opera-
it may be adapted ��r
>i gupplW for or in con
^^^^ HORAC .
442    Westminster
ver, B. C.
WILLIAMSON.
avenue,   Vancou
LAND  ACTS.
District  of   Coast  Range One.
any'other  purposes fori���* notice that O. B. Anderson  ol
���    ��-   rtZtJ���    nnv.r Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler.
Intends  to  apply    [or    permission to
following      described
District  of  Ooast   Range One.
Take  noti����  toat Adolph  0.  Johnson, of Vanxioaver,  H.  C, occupation,
are .farmer, intends  to  apply  for  pennts-
|scribed lands:
>sion   to  purchase    '.he    following de-
Commencing  at  a post planted on
'the north shore of Crib IfliulA.    Dated |
:june 6th,    190��.      Applying    for the I
; whole  island,    containing    90    acres |
more or leae.
ADOtsPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per  S.   H.  FORD, Agent,
Dated June Gth, 1909.
llmt-itlont are fciact Sm
Kvtty jifti gnaranteed
| full U Kt. :* lul (.old���cut
I ou right hand may be hit 1
in e>ther our _tami_t<l
black oiitfrquc pattern, ur
Nun-breakable Tian. pai-
ent, a�� desired, either in j
plain or enuravwl tinith,
aa preferrcu.
to. an_v *rv Ihts pmn n ws*h,
(f ;_��� dubo. tnd It*-F*p.�����__.It.,
% UlUr   *rtici�� ��__n  .-����� can ��������
cat*  tot HSBS Menn mis iikiu.
r-i'-   i_   tiy tAh.t n-aki-    if  i.-tl
��� ���l.roly   s*t.tf_fl     i   imi'ij   rel
n-.tt nlara i�� >ni **�� ��..i ��*t.i J
isu|: IWlur iv |
Or o�� itrrl-ocr f��nn.i an . j
fopulft.    __���!>   I...    ||,k    tfinr  I      ���
,.__i[ I,Ut **���*��� ��'<"- f I-"-"" l-li. -i*)
:>�� tarried hi ���' y fu*Hi"ti tn
r._���_*���* ��r Aomfsi *>*f. ��i��t*s n\
_nv ��riKt�� at Irrtln.uh. Platinum      flprfnc.      tme-,4        Iv    ���     . ���>,
p.int, MlUht _t__e����rs��d rnM*i
CM*,   Wira  cntt��   SnUh       b��ta
��� TerTW__rr��   lot   f.' Nt        A����l>ls |
wsnlf .    WHW fer VriML    wl
ii'-w " iernS j.,** f..r.*-i        Adtiti
���^Langhlin Mfg. Co.*-
���ajtsU* BMf.,
MlOlt. Hlok
What  Could   Ho   Expect?
'"See hore," growled the pktfrOl
in the cheap restaurant) "thia cof
fee's cold!"
"Dat go?" retorted the poUte and
intelligent attendant "Wellj dis is
a quick lunch joint, ho if du entree
wuz hot yi-r couldn't drink it'in ���
hurry."���Boston Transcript.
Not Locomotive.
Mrs. Qoodkind���So you are au
engineer and enn't get a job in this
town! Well, why uon't you go t*
soiiiu other place ?
Tattereden Tome���I can't, mai
am. You see I'm a stationary engineer'���Woman's Home Companion.
truth goes iiin way Independently
of other men and "f other considers*
tions Is certainly tiis man who Is "i>t
to timl the greatest ami muM valuable
truth. On tho other band, it Is also
true Unit science more than most other
thing. In life depends on t peration,
no the tii-li�� ��f one's fellow beings, and
this becomes more and more true every
day.     Many   people  are  apt   tO   forget
what science actually is ami what thej
owe to science, for tt U through m-5
���nee that modem society actually ��*
i_ts. and the development of society ea
it is ti .lay would bs Impossible if scl
mea   were   Siimlnstsd      Humanity   I.
growing! tim, it science nnd the means
-.-rentiii by science _r�� uot growing, humanity will bave le look forward to ��
very miserable future.   Therefore tbs
nation   that    wishes   t.   be   fared   for
must support science and tboss vh.>
jarry oo scientific work.   Si-in  win
live ber own life und him done SO evei
���face tbe days when Prometheus miiop
tiii fatal expedition to the gods uml
itole   the   tire   which   Is   more   ur   lean
horning In every one of im and cannot
te extinguished There is something
suHiine in this everlasting lire of science. Generation after generation die
appears.  Thelndlvldual is notblag, but
always   "watchful   In   the   tower   iiiiih
(hull remain  in sleepless cm temple
tiou."���l>r. Narisen.
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���1N^
THE       DAILY NEWS
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Designs
A.Tonn *pndln(t h nlo'trh and (taicriptl >n nmy
lm. -it _��c_rl��ln our oplrit..u true wliutlter an
l_��emlnn In probRl.ly imLfli'iil.ll.   ''..iniuuiilfv
tionniriciirc-'iiiOiiiiuiiiii. HANDBOOK on i-ot��nt��
���ent fr.��_ OM��*t bl-cih - toi ..-urn.KlJttti.nla.
I'i.!.���;.[* lnln.fi tlirou.h Munn M Co. rm:olT��
Sfxruil notlfk, without chnrtf.. In Ilia
Scientific American.
A bandaomelr UluitratAd weekly,   lai.tw.nt _lr-
SlaiHin 'if any aclentiric Jounihl.    '1'ermn fur
na .a, *.i.7.r�� a ftn% puntafto prepaid.    r>- ,id t>_r
all newadealera.
MUNN & Co "'-���'New York
Braocb OSce. M r BL. Wi*.:.ji,n Ii. ti,
Lack  of  T��ct.
As another Instance of what M
calls "Swetteiihaunsin" the LondoB
Chronicle says: "A charming young
woniiiti frrmi Virginia, who had pro-
maturely white hair fur nhn was
onlv twauijf-six���attracted great, attention wherever sho went. One
day some one remarked oo the col��
I or, and she laughingly replied: 'Oh,
I don't like it. I'm going to turn
it black aa soon as I hear of a reliable dye." 'Don't, don't, I beg of
you,' saui a titled Englishwoman
present. 'Keep it as it is. Whitn
Lair often gives refinement to a face
that otherwise would possess
none.'"   	
fmrntnm Horror* In China.
Dreadful things have been taking
place in the famine districts of China. A missionary wrote early in the
nresent year: "We see children left
lo die on the road, others strip]>ed
of their clothes Hnd deserted, women weeping for their babies whom
the- husband and father has drowned; others sold for food, families
committing suicide wholesale or dying in batches of starvation. Oh, it
is awful! The ligureH run into millions, and our countryside is one big
camp and a veritable hotbed of dis-
Mt_e- and crime. The rouds nre f uB
if. 'oiuuLrt nuett ifettins despersta.r
-,.
m        v ity    or   electric    power
iplled or required-    (pl  t-'or
Ei -       water   and   water    pover
Ior use. application and d's- '
Ibutlo:- I v H-ectlng dams, Increasing ,
���e h_l  of  water  In    any    existing I
ater. or extending the area ,
i. .ting the waters of any
:,d or  lake Into  any  Other
- channels, laying or  _rect-
:���..-. or  flume,  pipe  or  wire
ag any  raceways, reservoir,
welr, wheel,    building,    or
ion or work which may be
i-i connection  with the lm-
: and use of the said water
wati - power or hy  altering, re-
kig   .xtf-ndlng, improving, repairer  ': .intalnlng  any such  works,
uiv par- thereof.
VER POWER CO'Y., WU-
���'������ T. H. W. Hope, A. B.
. Directors.
.1 V. Ar_��trcmg. Secretary.
P, O   Address. Vancouver. B-_.
of the Vancouver Power Coy-
New Westminster   Land  District,  District of New Westminster.
purchase    the    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
* Commencing a. a post planted In a I , Tak�� noti<1* tliat ^UW<,^f" t?'
mail bay on north shore of Berry Is-1Van.o.iver.    ocoupation    farmer,    inland, dated  June 4th.  1909.      Apply- "^ " *���� f��r ^*S      P
ng for the   whole  island,  containing  ~v"""  **"  ��"��*������  ��e��r.bed
100 acres more or less
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.  KORD, AgenU
Dated June 4ih, 1909.
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Lt. 1
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,, B. C oceupation, iaay.
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lan*.
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Klaoltsls island. *
,mall island south of Turner Island.
Dated June ��th. 1909. Applying for
the whole island.    40 acres more or
Aga.
DORA ANDERSON.
Pec S.  H.  KORD, Agent
Dated June 6th. 1909	
cha*.   the  toilowing  deserhed  lands: i
Commencing  at   a   post   -planted   at !
Northeast   corner of  lot  1469.  thence
south 20 chains, thenre east 40 chains,
thence north  to coast,  thence  following the coast line    to point  of  com-1
meneesstflit.
WIWRID DOUGAUU
I Per G. M. Dougali, Agenu
Dated Julv 21st, 1909.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ta.r- notice that an application has
-e��n made to register Annie Ryder
as the owner In fee simple, under a
tax ... ieei from Sidney A. Fletcher
to Av ,. Ryder, bearing date the 13th
day of i to er, A. D. 1906 of all and
���Inj that certain   parcel  or  tract
of and   premise.   -Ituate,   l>'ln_
ai)|t being in the d'strlct of New
1'v' ter, la the province of Brit
ish Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Ixn 23, Block
li Lv 8, .. ie and 17, Block 4: Lots
l. '    '   16  and  17, Block ���;   Lots 4,
. 12, 13 and 20. Block 9
16 and it. Block 10
��nd 17, Block 12
-"   '     _ 11
Block  I     	
BIoc'k 16; i.ot_ 4, a, and 20, Block 17;
L01- 1, is, 9, 16 and 17, Block 18
. Block
203. (
Re part (1 acre) ot southeast (W
ter of section    12.  township  2,  N*w ,
Westminster district. j
Whereas proof of the loss of certi-j
ficate of title number 1757a, issued ��n
the nam. of William Oleion, haa been
filed In this offlce.
Notice Is hereby given that I ���������*�����
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication b_e-
of In a dally newspaper published In
th* Citv of New Westminster. Issue a Y .
______U of the said certificate unless  K
�� Pth" meantime   valid   objection   be|{|
rtttng.
C. S   KEITH,
District of Coast  Range One. |
Take  notice  that  John    Olsen, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
Intends  to   apply   for   permission   to	
purchase    the    following     described I made to me in
lands: __^^^^
Commencing at  a  post  p'anted in ' District Registrar of Titles
bav at northwest    comer of    Davies I    I_nd  Registry   Of_c��.    N-w  West-
Island.     Dated   June   6th, 1909.    Ap-1 nlnster, B. C, August 2. 1909
plying for the whole lsiand. containing 200 acres more or less
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Our New Clubbing Offer
The Westminster Weekly News $ 1.00
The Standard of Empire (weekly)    2.00
for $3.00
$2.50
PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Lots 1, 8, 9.
Lots 1, 8, 9, 16
Lots 4. 5, 12, 13 and
Lots 1. 8. 9, 16 and 17,
Lota    1, 8, 9,    16 and  17,
Lot
District of Coast  Rang* One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson.
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, farmer Intends to apply for Passion
to  purchaae the following  described
Commencing at a post planted on
__-_.     --, ���     --,       _���-   , \,UU1UJC_JV1I1_>       S��V       �����       f*"~ v       _--
il, all subdivisions of Lot U,e ^utheaat shore In a small bay ���
roup 1. Lots 10. 11, 12. 13. 14 |compton island. Dated June 4tn.
��� Block 'K" Bubdivlsioa of Lot 1909. Applying for the whole lsian..
roup 1.     Lots 24, 25, 26, 27, 311 containing 80 acres more or jess.
RALPH JACOBSON.
Per S. H. FORD, Agent-
Dated June 4th. 1909.
and
26S,
and
10,  11.'
Blw*i 4,  __., 10, ������
16 and 17, Block 15
and 20,  Block
208,   f;reup   1.
L*t 227. G
You
Block 1; Lots 2. 3, 4, 5, 6,
12,   13.   14, 15,18,   19   and   20.
Lot 16. Block 5; Lots 1, 8, 9
Lots 4. 5, 12, 13
9,   subdivision  of  Lot
Lot   7,   Block   4   of
roup 1, Map 174.
New Wellington and
Banff Anthracite.
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers A Preston
Office, Front St, Foot of �����*��������
p. O. Box S45. Ft��on�� 1<*
%
District of Coast Range <>��������
Take   notice  that  Jacob  Jacooeon.
,   .     and th.^'cbUmlng'throuBh or iof Vancouver. B. C. o?*u?*l'01^rm4_..
y-    -.  and  all  persons claiming jpenter.  intends  to ��*�� Jg^JffZ]
&.' Inters I In the ,aid land by virtue'sion to    purchase    the following oe-1
01 "'���    ..registered   instrument, and scribed lands-
personi claiming any
all
the ..
is m ���
ol ���:���.,.
eni:. ���
l��rcha_
the dal
not I.
---.  ___.���fi _���,   interest in     Commencing at a Vf^Jg*���^
'v.-i by descent, whose title the southwest shorei of ��*~��u.      f-,
"' -eglst-red under the provisions Dated. June 4th. ��2��__J__f__ acres
"Und   Regmtr.   Act-  are  re- the whoi�� island, containing 80 acr
lest the claim of the tai more or less. .r/.R<.nv
r within   twenty    day,   from JA���B  ��*22T_��____
'  Brst   publication  of  this Per 8.  H.  FORD, Agent-
'- yoa, and ln default of a '    Dated June 4th. 1909.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters j
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
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WORIH YOUR
CONSIDERATI
We are selling out
our line of Crockery and Glassware
at a big reduction.
We can afford to
do this, as we can
buy far cheaper
because of buying
larger quantities.
If you want to replace any of your
broken Crockery or
even a new lot,
buy now.
Always remember that you can
save money while
dealing with
See our fine assortment of Door
.M:its  and  the  prices.
* Anderson & Lusby *
Another    summons    tor    supplying
quor to Indians will conn   up ai thi
day  police  court  this morning.
COLUMBIA STREET.
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's (Hazel .ream
We also  hav�� all  kinds  of complexion   creams  and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'. DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
\V. c. Curtis and wir'-- will spend a
week in Seattle, visiting the A. V. i'
exposition.
If you are looldnz for a ivm in
the city or for a locution to build in
the suburbs, call on the Settlers' As
Boclatlon of B. C, Begble strel The.
bave several good properties for sale
either for cash or on easy terms. 198-6,
The CP.R. has arnuonced tiia; a
spi clal rate will he grain.-1 from all
parts of the province to this city for
the big Labor Day celebration Tickets
will be on sal,, at a rate of fare '"''
a third from September 3 to September ii Inclusive, aud will be _ood to
[return   until   September  S.
l-'or first-class cut (lowers a:id any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies1
,'Gre.nhouse. R20_. *���
I
Ihe Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital Paid up $ 4,700.000
Resirve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
An optical parlor will be opened in
J Room 13, Dominion Trust building,
I in this ciiy. next week, by Mr. \V F.
JTate. As a refractionisi he baa Ii-l(1
a large experience in dealing with
eye trouble In all Its stages. No
charge :s made for examinations.
198-1.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M'Rae, of L'ariooo
street, who have been visiting for the
[past week in Seattle, have extended
their travels to tak,.- In California,
leaving Seattle yesterday for San
Francisco. They will be away for
about six weeks.
_uy orchard lands while they are
cheap and become Independent We
are th. official agents of Thn Wester i
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Let
Us tell you about tli- ir choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite and
fruit district along the line of the
13. C. Electric Chilliwack line and V.
V. & E. Cloverdale io Sumas Railway
This section excel.s in the production
of all fruits.    Come at once while the
PUBLIC SUPPIV STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop
i
In and out of town accounts soU-1 best lands are selling cheap and let u
clte<*- 'show you this section at our expense.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT    j We can   sell    five,  ten,    fifteen  and
twenty acre tracts on easy terms,     i-
  (J. Hart & Co.,  Ltd. ������
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers'   Cheques bought and sold,
i Telegraphic  transfers effected.
Xew  Westminster,  B.  C.   Branch,
F- SHUTE, Manager.
Starting Saturday. August 21, the
B. C. Electric city and Sapperton cars
will make oiu- extra trip for the accommodation of the New Westminster people attending thp horse race3
at Minoru park. Lulu island. 'I'll ���
last Sapperton car "ill leave the office at 11:30 p.m., and the city car al
11:20 p.m.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
Be sure and attend the free garden
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public party at Mrs. Claud. Hill's residence,
I Burnaby Lake, on the 28th Inst., from
'���', to ti. Refreshments aod sports of
all kinds. Gifts of fancy and UBefu]
articles will be sold; also basket* of
lunches. Between 3 and i o'clock
carriages will meet th.- cars at Douglas road station. Proceeds to be
devoted to St. Alban's, Burnaby. 1.7-.
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper,
TRADE
Owner will trad. for good farm land
improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
on comer 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.
Dr.  J.  D.  Gamble,    optlchn,    Is at
825 Columbia street, Room 15, every
Friday.
19U-1
The Art of Giving
is to selict an article both useful  and beautiful.    This combination
will be found in my new stock of
SILVERWARE
Amongst  the   many   articles     will  be found  Fruit  Dishes, Cakj  Bas-
kets,   Br;-ad  Trays.  Toast   Racks,   Butter  Dishes,  Bon   Bon    Dshes,
Spoon  Trays.  Napk n   Rings, Child's    Silver    Mugs,    Child's    Sets.
Cream and Sugar Sets, Sugar    Spoons.
Glad to have you call  and   look  over my stock
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
The  police on   Wednesday  made  a
I raid on a Chines*, gambling house on
I Melnnes   street,  breaking  up  au   enjoyable    afternocu    game  of  fantan.
The    paraphernal a and    iwo of    the
j slant-eyed  ones    were    taken  to  the
city  jail.      The  two  Chinamen   were
permitted   to  return   to   their   homes
land families on payment of thirty doi-
llars, and  were quite content  to leave
the   thirty   dollars  with   the policy  in
lieu of their appearance at the morn-
ing court. A fisherman who had been
taking ll.uid consolation on the poor
'results  of    the    sockey.   season,   ap-
peared with a badly swollen optic .'""I
wag given a chance to nave it dressed
NOTICE.
Impounded on Augu i 21st, a dark
red  Jersey    cow.      Unless  redeemed
I v September 2, will b. sold to defray
xpenses at lb uu.
STORE CLOSES 5  P.M.  DAILY  EXCEPT  SATURDAY
The dates of   the sessions of    the
Forestry    Commission    in   this   city
now  been set for September 27
an i 28,
Everything for tha gard-n at Tldj_a
phone ISL
Alderman Fader is expected to return from Edmonton, where he went
on a business trip, to I v.
Dr. .1. I> Gamble, optician, is at
625 Colum i.i street, Room IO, every
Friday. 198-1
s.
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It's Time to Hurry.
NEWS FOR THE LITTLE EOLKS AND SAVINGS EOR THEIR
CHILDREN'S WEEK SWEEPS MERRILY ON. IT DRAWS CROWDS AS IT GAINS ITS MO
MENTUM.   AND   IT   HAS  AGAIN   SCORED   A   HIGHLY   GRATIFYING  SUCCESS.
THIS EVENT HAS NO COUNTERPART. IT WAS ORIGINATED BY US AND IS ENTIRELY
DIFFERENT   FROM   ORDINARY  "SALES"  OF  CHILDREN'3  GOODS
COME BOYS AND GIRLS AND MOTHERS AND GET A FULL SHARE OF THE PLEASURES
AND PROFITS  OF CHILDREN'S   WEEK.
PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED OFFERINGS STILL ON SALE���AND HERE ARE A NLS1BER
OF   FRESH   ONES  FOR  TOMORROW.
Girls' Summer
Dresses on Sale
Today $1.35 Each
Dresses In about 20 Styles���makeups that are worn every day by school
girls of all ages. Many print dressvs,
jumper suits of print, sailor dresses
of Galatea, Oxford, White Drill and
White Muslin dresses, pique Buster
suits and linen Buster dresses. We
have put the enilre lines together,
. egular $1.75 to $2.25, isnto one special lot and marked at a special Mov-j
on price
$1.35
Children's Petticoats
Children's   White    Can l' " ���
coats,   extra   good   qUS
���I to M years.   Spec! .
50c
Children's Drawers
While Cambric Drawi
1 1  years.    Today's price.
-
25c
Children's Undervests
White Cotton Undervi
short  sleeves.    Regular  11
10c
Children's White Cotton
Undervests
Good  quality.    Regular I
On  Sale  price,
15c
BOYS   BLOUSES���in   whit��,  due)-,  with   navy  and  light     blue   ����.
sailor  collars.    Ages   Up   to   lb year-,.  Reg.  $1.25.    Sale  price   .-Sv      JJjf
SMALL CHILDREN'S DRESSES���Colored   and   wrnlte.   Rogular     -_
prices GOc, 65, 75. Sale price,   -each       4 lC
BOYS'  STRONG   LINEN   CRASH  AND   WHITE  DUCK A-k    ~r
SAILOR   SUITS��� Emblem trimmed     Reg.    $1.75 and    $2.00. Ski   JS
Sal,.  Price,  each
AfTCR-SUPPER
���    SAIE
SOMETHING UNLSUAL
IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN
IN THIS STORE ON
SATURDAY AFTER '
P.   M.
Service, ble Hose for
School Girls 20c Pair
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ESTABLISHEI
1691
Don't PVgetJthe Place-
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Chamberlin & Co.] SfiapS ill LotS I
;SHOE STORE
Lavery Block,
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Colombia St. X
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i ._,! L��T_ ' ��0UBLE CORNER-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR
LINE;  $225;   TERMS.
��� rafmrm8 ��__. 7WELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE-66x145  FEET;
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;   TERMS.
Program changed Monday, Wea-
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. m.
St ������.____..    _.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
IF. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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a hosiery offer affording opportunities
to save. Children's and Misses' lace
and plain cotton hos. in tan, black
amd White, some 500 pairs to !,,. cleared run this week, Every odd Hue
must go, sizes 5>2 to su. Regular
values 86, 30, 35.    On  sale, pe_  pair,
20c
"Our Boys" Best 25c Hose
W,. carry the best heavy and fine
ribbed cotton hose at this price that
It is possible to procure, fast black,
nicely shaped reinforced knees, heels'
and toes, good length and strong;
sizes fi to 10 inches. Special pric. per
pair,
25(
LADIES'  FINE  MUSLIN
BLOUSES $1.50
Embroidered-front, OibBon and ia<*
collars,   some   Doited   Swl
wiiii    Vai    lace    (long    ai I      :";
sleeves),   new    tailored   styl'      "j01
linen   collars;   size-  III  to   12      K' -;''_i
values up to $3.60.   Todaj *1i>u
LADIES' CAMBRIC  PETTICOATS
Pine white Cambric pettlco
hemstitched and embroidered R0""^'
Regular  values  from  J1.26   to   *- _
Move-One  price   	
A variety of smart dresses In l">���
shade white and tjll'e 'llick' "'"' ,,
blue facing; sizes 12, 14 and I'I *����*
Values range up to 16.50. Move-o^
Sale price   	
GIRLS' WHITE MUSLIN DREsS",
Fin. white muslin dresses, tritiun
with   lace and   embroidery,  some
Jumper styles.    Ages from 10 '"
years.    Values  $5-00   to  $8.75.    ��*.
price 	
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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