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 ISP
FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
���MIC   I.  NUMBBR  2(11
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
AUGUST  31, l'.nm.
VH CENTS PK"X COPY.
WESTMINSTER     AMP MAKES
COMES TO FORE RECORD fly J
i Hart Finds Name of With Crew of Eleven Zeppe-
' aj city Is on Every-i    lift Flies 450 MUes-We.
onffue in East. corned By Kaiser.
.UY
pie's
CITY COUNCIL TINS DOWN
OFFER f
GLASS WORKS TO
OPERATE AGAIN
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%'IS
CEMENT SIDltvALKS
May Be Run in Connection Future Work Will Be Done
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ter
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In.
alll'll
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Itl '
li, .   tnanager ol  the  Wo I
rru    , .    I,,,, returned rrom
,,,,, turougb Eastern Caaada
,      .   SU es,    combining
���,.��� , .   I ���    eelng toux    Mr.
awa_     scum   wc, _s,
b��  traveled   Ufilh)
;, day_, visited eighteen
;      , , lens the views ol
to endeavor t��
_ om   -very year," stated
i   all  New   West-
Ighi and n is good to
hi,  absenci   Mi.
lDterf8b i  vi te a loi "if eastern
old .i quantity  oi   prqp-
h   .   ij   the Eastern  Stai -
iC&nada  In i   ��� - getting u lot Of
1    , ned on  mortgag is.
|_ result
V  easi       ih'-
���\��� :.,:-<   ��� .i|1 companies of the
itlsh Columbia, rep-
'.. ��� in.   boi ilng    m  the  cit)   to
[iiii conditions in about a month.
Pubiiu'y  for District.
j,.-,i vi .-:���..' ter   is   much better
nun in  Uv    east,   remarked
i... tli.ui i   hiis    I" en  In the
;      time he visited that
:.���.,, iii, even  the ticket
Ired where New  W.-s in n-
tra. located      Bul   i Iii.   trip  In
j the  Important   stations   botu  In
p | ai ross    tlie  line,  h ���  no-
L: .    poetert   advertising
it-. rate vis tbe C. I', ll. to
fccouvt-r,   New    WestmlnBter,   Vlc-
S ml    Spokane and  IJ">- land,
names al]  being  i��i  hi a. j   i ed
.   he was of the opinion,
ntlnue I on  Page  Three;,
good  work  dune
visitor  from -this
fajor Shepherd  will ectur,-]  al   the
hall ii   S .' tnbei   IS on '"Road
ping .i   well  known  road
|1 tui Ing in the const
Ion of the  provin
|l An effort   may
...      the   ii.n.   owing
��� V V ������ '     .   . '
Berlin,   Aug.  3a���The tali
pel In III, wiih Oouui  ZJqppeliri       i
helm, arrived aafelj in Berlin
Latter   noon  yesterday,      Ti,,
from   Kreiiiiii bahafi n,  whi i.
was made Friday, wus nun aa
Accident to the airship, which caused
i,a   considerable    dma,    ai    Bl     .     Id
Ai iiini point Count aeppi lin m< i
craft  und  u.i..K  cn, ted  bj   th   c
prince,    representing    in,.    ��� mi i
Tha emperor  witnessed   the arrival
In  a  tali<   "-iiii   Couui   Zppelin   Or-Inumbi
villi- Wrlglij  bxpressed admiration for |m_ttei
the wonderful airship the   coun    bad
constructed.
He said be would like to see experiments wiih smaller crafi on thesame
system, however as vessels Such n>
those u.-*d .iy the count wer,. i<��o expensive.
From t_c end of Berlin to the other
the shoal of "Zeppelin is n.nl ' rang
out.
Berlin was happy, as the counl had
announced that at  12:30 lv would ap-
���pe.n-    over    the    Templehof   para I
grounds.
Motor WOrks Perfectly.
The airship lef< Bltterfleld earlj In
the morning, with, the count ins
nephew, Engineer Dm rr, who bad
navigated ber from Frledrlchshafen,
and eight others aboard, The motor
worked perfectly, and th,. trip to Berlin was made wlthoui mishap. Wit-
ten "rg and .inh rbog were passed
amide tb(. cheering of thousan i- of
people. Potsdam was thronged with
crow ds
The roofs of houBes, church towers aud the open spaces Bwarmed
with people, who cheered and waved
as the vessel passed. Tn,. emperor
ami empress had motored trom the
dedication service of the newly built
garrison church. They arrived al the
Bpeclal iiiiiuii, constructed In the center "I the Immense Held ns the bows
of the airship appeared over the edge
of the parade ground. The hundreds
of thousands who had gathered were
afi at Ui. .nn. moment
roar  of  cheering    went
Terms Suggested for Withdrawal of Opposition to Coquitlam Dam Ddclined By Majority Vote    Mayor and
Alderman Fader Support Proposals    No
Representative at   Victoria.
With   Proposed Chemical
Works.
\i  thi   mi   ' i.v .,   iin   city council
la..   ��� ��� i .,.   appl cation   ol   thi
Vancouvei Power companj !<>r withdrawal ol :ii, city's opposition to the
��� onsti , i ol in. Coquitlam dam
was i.v. ,| by a largely stgni I
petition Io a public meeting from a
to disc iss the
i i von., ware A Hard-
man, i S Annandab , J. s Brysol ,
.1. VV McDon. : Her.,,:; Gilley, W
L, Johi ii M Sinclair, T. K. Buttere,
1).   S,  Curtis,  G   Swain,  Eber Stride,
moved thai the ri quesl for a mei ting
Bhould be granted, ��bb h motion Aid
Adams seconded.
Aldi rman Fadi ,  sal I ll appeared to.
be   .i   moi :   se, lou     q h ition    to    be
turn.-,!   low n.   it seenn d to him that
the  companj   wns   offering   very   fair
consldi in:Ion,    taking    th_    improvements ." mi   for thej  were worth s v-
eral  thousand dollars.    It  was nol  a
question ol thi   purity of the water at
all.   \\ as n tbai they wished to set as
min b   as   l"1 Bl   .,    oui   Ol   Hi,.   U    0,
lt. .1. Rlckman, J. A   Lee, James Cun- ]���;   r.?   Was thai a fair way to treai
jiingham, il   M. Marshall, W. Wilson, that  or any  company, for they  wer,
<i' Sn ill and Joseph  Mayers.       offering a fair consideration.     A man
AM. rman Fader moved that Hi,  pe- bad   said    to  him    thai    the    prop-
titlon  !,.���  Bled  for reference,  bul  the erty   the  city   was   selling    must   be
motion was lost for the lack of a sec- worth $100, ).      Would any man in
oi lei Thai adoped wns nun.-, by the city give $6000? The ground
Alderman Smith, seconded by Alder- was no good, and the timber did pot
man Adams, tbat the reques should amount to anything, and why was the
be granted. company   being   held   up?       If   they
Mayor Kearj  said the question was ciia um deal with the company fairly
"Yes'   or  "No."    Tie   communication they were going to maki  a great mis-
seni on Friday musl be dealt with i" take,
sum,, way.   Thej had bad the matter citizens Opposed,
of the construction of .h_ dam before Ald.Adams denied the council wns
hem   for   rive  ,���- six  months,  nnd  all   ho,dl_g   up   U)(,   R   c    E    R       ,(   wa_
kinds of statements had been made
behind their backs and ulterior motives had been ascribed for th i, actions.
Alderman Adams said lie wns ready
to voi,. noi iu giant the concessions.
iin   the  moiiin  of   Alderman  Gray
the petition  was laid OV��r to new   vis
iness,
Arguments   in   Favor.
When that ordi r In the agenda paper was reached Alderman Adams
rose io say be had telephoned to the
offices of Wade, Whealler _ McQuarrie and had been informed ther.. was
no answer from the Dominion government authorizing ihe eonflnuatlcu of
not a <as.. ot adding ui, so far as he
was concerned. The company asked
the- government to deal with this
question. The government had
passed it on to the dty. The ecu
slderatlon of $10,000 was Insufficient,
and so far as granting permission
was concerned he did noi think the
citiz.itis wished permission tG be
granted anyway, The land to be
flooded could not be cleared, so far
ab tbey had before tbem no definite
plan by which It might be chared.
The matter was purely one for the
city to deal with,
Denies   HoldUp   Price.
Alderman Johnston agreed with Al-
i Wl IN
be
sighted
iln
c
to
and   ii
up.
g ri-
II
Ids   (
liu-
ch
military
!���.
nrl
them.
bells  rang out  an I the
play, d the national an-
ttploytes on   Fruhling   Spend    Even
ngs Washing Sand Taken  From
Bottom of the Fraser.
SIR   RICHARD   CARTWRIGHT.
UU. IlK  Ur   LIKlU-L   Regrets   He   Cannot  Visit   New  Westminster
Sir Richard Cartwrlghi writes from
Harrison llm springs to Secretary
Wad,, of the Hoad of Trad,, with reference to his Invitation to visit the
city when In the vicinity:
"My  Dear Sir:
"it    v-mld     hnve   given     me   much
pleasure to have visited New Westminster, bul I am badly crippled, and
my medical men entirely forbid me
i. make any journeys of any kind
wh ch can possibly b,, avoided.
"I hope io get sum. benefit from
the springs, but ii is not fair to ex-
pect too much Lu such cases as min..
"Youro  faithfully,
(Sgd.i       "ll.  .1.  CARTWRIU-HT.
work on the dam or whether they had derman Fader that the matter w-[s B
most Important one, the most Import
ant. thai bad conn- before them during
his i. mi as alderman     He did  not
lifted   the embargo.     Tli,.   Dominion
and  Provincial governments were capa. le  of  looking  after   themselves-
jt  wv- for the council to act.
Aldermen    Smith    then    formally
The Crj tai Glass Works a Sapperton   havi   been   Bold   through   thi
agilii .    Ol   the   W .stern   Tills"   Co .   to
J." S.   Ciilli,:. i'o\.   and   il   is   pl
iii.n   within n  few  months  th ���  large
factor]   in  Sapperton   win  again   be
turning out    a  marketable    product
and employing a number of hands,
Mr. Colton-Fox Is a wealthj Kng-
lb hman, nnd on a ni ent v 1. i i inv, sled in the glass works an 1 mad tli
|i .1' i.n-.. Manager F. .1. Ilari ol
the Western Trusi Co mei the pur
[chaser again in Quebec on his ree m
trip prior to the return ol Mr. Fox
in England. a visit was paid to
Plttsl urg, the borne ol tli, gla .. Industry, and it was practicallj decided
vi arrangemi nts would b made
wiih one of the large manufacturers
there to operate 'he plant ior the "' *
ow m r.
A chemical tactorj wlll, it is ex-
|pected, he established in connection
with the plant, the greater pan of
the ordinary grades ol glass being
now manufactured from th_ waste
material from ihe chemlca] works.
Representatives of three firms approached will probably visit th,. city
iii the near future in this connection.
"SNARE   AND   DELUSION."
Petitioners So Describe Be|| at North
Road  Crossing.
A petition for the railway commissioners to look Into the condition of
ilie North road crossing, Where the
v., v. ��� i-i. crosses th,, highway al
ih, level, and I'm- which previous applications have been made to the
commission, is being widely circulated, and signed by r side,its of Coquitlam uml  Burnaby.
Tiny suggest otl,. of those courses
being adopted. Kit her the track
sliould le. carried over the road, a
signalman placed a' the crosslg, or
ih,. removal uf iln. bluff, -and the pro-
vislon of automatic gates, The pvds-
eni automatic bell is declared to be
unsatisfactory and Is described in the
petition as a "snare and a d. lusion."
HO!  FOR THE HOPFIELDS.
Under Local Improvement
Plan.
[Continued  on   Page  Four).
At the city council last evening,
reporting mi the laying of Bidewalka
and ih,. opening ol sir: ets Supi I n-
leiulein ,,i Works Furm - i called attention io sevi nil Bectlo . of side.
walks   thai   me   becoming   dangerous
in  pedes' I inn   I raffle,   m/..    Hunt  street.
from ou, on'g to Third avenu i, vs st
side; Fourth Btreet, from Que n's to
I Inn! nv nn 3, . n nl 8 iventn
sir, et, Royal to Quei n's avi nues, we-t
j-side; Queens avenue Seventu to
Eighth atrei ts, north Bide; Royal a\ ���'.-
nue, Sixth to Seventh streets, north
side; Sixih street, Columbia io Royal
avenue, both sides.
He iiTiiiiiiv ml, d thai In,, walks
sliould ; ,. laid wi;h cemeni un Ier ilna
local Improvement plan. The principal tigiins passed in ihe repon were:
.1. R, Henry nnd others tor Bidewalka
mi Seventh avenue n-om S cond to
Fourth sir, vs. $215, and D, llm. lay,
sidewalk on Nanaimo stret, $1.0.
Several applications were received.
Tin. council came mn Btrougij tor
cemeni sidewalks, and appointed Aid.
Jardine and Smith in Inspect th,. pro��
posed new sidewalks   n company with.
Aid    Henley,   mid   report   back   Ui   llm
council,
Accepts  Contract.
Tli,. Robertson-Godson Companj of
Vancouver wr  accepting th,, contract for HI.dull feei of steel Pipe 1.
Incheg in diameter, fro ii Queen's
park reservoir to tli city boundary.
Lulu Island, Bending a deposit of $'MH*
for Hi,, work. They intimated It was
nol usual in put up a bond as was
requested by the counc I, but if necessary they would pm up the requisite
bend, The bond will bo required.
Columbia   Street.
Tin- citj engineer submitted esti-
mates of sidewalks and sewers on
Columbia street compared with the
work estimated by ih,. HaBsam Paving Company. His figures w.re:
Sidewalks, ..mining wall- etc., $36,-
010;   Hassam, $31,600,      Sewers, $21,-
(Continued  on   Page  Seven I.
STATES Will NEED     iPOWERflll JOURNAl
CANADIAN GRAIN
CRITICISES SENAiE
V ������"���������  v mild fewer has smii-
[' ��� th,. Fruhiiug dredge,
n," ' -iJiii);  ihey  may  he  fouid
I    ���        owning  g ��� in,.,,   ihe
f ln "������-  hop,,,,-.,  oi   Hi,,   dredge
l0,i'   ":   'he   men   *,,   ,ht,   i(1,.;.   ,u
; ;'���-'  M .    'he small  <m___uj   of
He  boi loni  of Ul,.  nop
.      ���'���    thi    lay s work Mioula cou
lU  '���'������'-    '     v.    ex.s..,i   j,,   ,.,.     r.V   I.
I uveuing   tn.   expen-
?""   *'M tried    aim    there   euie
f        ��'ei n lew colors.      Now  the
r" '"' ning io exercise t-Ln-��xi-
[ '    '��� ami endeavor to add
i to their dally wages bv
1,1 "���" ���     said one or the men,
to depend on li for
"  re  is  little   to   do  hn
and   il   all   helps
Agricultural Expert Proph- New York '-Sun" Asks What
esies This Will Be Case in Canada Is to do With the
Ten Years. Upper House.
SCHOOL CHILDREN ON
STRIKE AT PITTSBUlifl
Bu
I
���i li
are oilier things  bssld^B
Only  Three  Out   of   Enrollment  of 200
App.ar for  Classes  in  One
District.
ni   *ay ni i) the hojj.
dre Igi .      i,   nut,;   . a
"sb  trap and  manj   are
are m... n from the
,;  Ban i and  water.    Su.
run    were  pie .tn.ii
Edmonton,   Alia.,  Aug.  30.���"Within ,     New  York. Aug. 30��� The Sun says:
la  period  ol   ten  .wars  or     less,    the���Canadians   have   just   been   cel-lirat-
llnlted States will be Importing wheat lng   their   forty-second  birthday   and
from tie grain fields of Western Can-1those   wllJ  reKard   w;t|'    Batisfactmn
Ijula.- their existing organic law point to the
This was the somewhat remarkable fact that it has established a prece-
siat.-i.ieni made in Edmonton today deni tor the constitution of a South
bv Professor Thomas Shaw formerly African union. On the other hand,
professor of animal bus aiuliy In the the Canadian correspondent of the
Minnesota slate university and who London Times Seises the occasion to
is now assisting United States rail- Insist that the British Notrh America
roads to bring the farmers along the Act is very faulty and requires dras-
lines in the Wesi to B ivali/.a; ion tli.l tic r- vision to fit It to reflect faltb
methods tor the preservaUon of the fully thi will ol th Inhabitants ol the
fertility of the soil -are Immedlatelj
necessary to prolong the life time of
ijie land,
Two Hui dred L.diai t ind M?ny Chli
ese  Left Town  Yesterday.
The steamer Beavi r yesterday took
another heavy p.-isseng r load to
Chilliwack. consisting mainly of 1"
dlans ,-md ('him ... on the way to the
hop fields of iiii. upper I'ras. v valley.
There were eighty Chines,, and fifty
Siwasbes, all of whom have been
fishing for salmon at the river mouth
until the arrival of the close sen-vn
An endeavor was mad. to have the
boat take the hop-pickers to Agasslz
as well as those desiring to go only
to Chilliwack, but this was deemed
Inadvisable at the pr, sent low stage
of the water. In consequence some
two hundred left In two special coaches with their baggage filling a box car
to overflowing,'for Agassi/, by the C.
P.   R.
liOVMR GENERAL
RETURNS FROM NORTH
His   ExcelUncy   Had   Unpleasant   E .-
perience  in Woods at Jarvis In.
'et���Lost  For  Hours.
LORD STRATHCONA WILL
REACH VANCOUVER TODAY
������ nn    were  pi'- .mm
���   ���..., Bound ..   have
l!  "P.     A  bouldei   of  rock
' pound    was dn vn pun
i ! '   big  pipe inn   stucK  in
I t'g   in,   dr. dg     Until
: ""6 returned t0 the Said-
' '-'X   after   taking   aboard
I' 'I I'1' v  and  from   now  ou
'    ' ttting the new channel
a earnest,
Pan L*n   ,     Aug.   30.���Third     Ba.se-
ftispend,    on htlle Bro��Wyn club was
Presideni   iV""lla-v l<Jr three davs
.,      ,i;l1 Umpiryd_" for hl8 alterca-
1' .. i...   .: Klein  yesterday  In
I1-
with  p.
Bburg,
W,
Pittsburg, Pa , Aug. 30 When the
puhlic school ai I'iiiston, located In
in.. Pri ssed Steel Car Companj
strike district, resumed today after
the Bummer vacation, only three
small children ou> of _n enrollment
of nim wer,. present.
On u telegraph pole opposite the
front door of the building was posted
a notice written in a child g band as
follows:
"We are &1| on strike."
Many of ibe sinkers who hive children wer,. recently evicted from tin-
company's houses and ar,.. now residing in another district. Those who
remain are making no effort to send
their  children  to  school.
Tomorrow is the last day allowed
the tenants of the company's houses.
according to the eviction notice. A
large number of families are moving
today.      Conditions  are quiet.
s  Iii* rue! < ig  then
Cordinglv
Shaw and His Statistics.
Professor Shaw based bis statemeni   -������m
mi statistics in   produced te show a '"'
alarming  d< crea   ���   In  yield   p r acn,
lu the wi siem   -vn       Thai  there _
still
Domini-11
Substitutes  For  Senate.
���it would Indeed be useless to deny
thai   there   are   uefi cts   and     weaknesses in the ('mi.i,inn lederatlve sys-
ivw   the   Senati   is  to  be  re-
Is In truth   a  qui Btlon on w hlch
agreement  has as yet  been reach
d.    on    group  of  reformi i . recom-
Hearty     Welcome     Awai<s    Canada's
Grand  Old  Man  If  Invitation to
Westminster is Accepted.
an Immense crop acr ag_ he did mends the appointment  by provincial
nm deny.     I hat  there will even  be    a  <
in ivi] niiding   lo   our   siai..    leglslat
larger crop In the western states this mes      I'here are  many advocates ol
���  sl,... ..I.     r.l   Llli 'Pis.. llllllli,  ll.i till'
past  he  wus
j ��� a, than for some v ai
quite  willing to admit.
United  S'ates  Yield  Decreasing.
"Since the virgin soil of the western
suites was broken, ov, r twenty yviirs
ago.'' he said, "tlie yield of wheal pel-
acre  has  decreased   from   2
popular   election.      The   demand      lor
abolition, however, which  found sup
purl  iome twnuty  years ago, has prae
i i allj   ii en  abandoned,
Threatened   With   Oligarchy.
"One tiling Is certain, according to
bush,.is tho correspondent of the Times, name-
now inak-
����U Give Britons
l��n<i(
lv'"   -
���''���"'���.���l.ind
Aug  80.-Lord    'Ave^
w th h  \ Ubb0^.  endow,-,'
'Mionall-   !.!?sl lmnk holldav
It id-   h������    "ed    St-   1-ubbock-s
l^"- <'-'-<llLY'Yl'?Mi-  *  BiTe  the
J��[ r��'     nil Bri,on """ther dav
Idi,i"r':" bant luu!7al Was for "" ��l'-
.      lK ��'��l -lay between August
... i-YYZl" membm "
1  ��>�����  -me,- on th
I "fill    hai'groWn  *
������"  ,n  f;,v"f ol   making
A Thanksgiving Holiday
11 in.
, Chris
I'I:,
I1"
Of   Commerce
ie sug-
November 9. on which date the King's
birthday and the Lord Mayor's show
are both observed, a public holiday,
"M lt is urged that the Stock Ex-
ohaJj^e dose on that date instead of
as usiu] on  November 1.
The discussion of the subject has
called attehtion to the fau that England has no Thanksgiving Dav like
that In the United States and Canada
and this fact Is advanced as an excellent reason for r-eatlng one. No-
.ember being favored as the month
In which tbe day shall be observed.
per acr. to u. it lB quite true that ly, thai li Canadians w
there is a large crop this year, In lug their constitution over again, no
facf larger than for some years, but such vast power of patronage, as Is at
���is I siv the yield per acre Is de- present possessed, would be reposed
creasing and the population is rapidly In federal government. Ii Is plan
on the increase There will coin.. B enough thai lf the administration at
time when the consumption is greater Washington had the soi�� and absolute
than the yield. I can see HO oilier re- control over the appointments to the
suit than that the United States must Senate, exclusive- authority to appoint
ultimately buv- wheat from Canada. ��tate as well ��. federal judges, to-
The acreage in the western states Is gcther with governors of states, verlt-
limited In Canada only the fringe able oligarchy would be established in
has oeen touched  upun. ' fh��  American  Republic.    This, allow-
__�����_      -r       v__m ln* tor certa,n differences in the Ca-
Within  Tin   years. nadlan and American constitution sys.
-Within tbat period do you believe temg   ,. _xftcl,y  the Bltuat;on j,,  the
this   will   com,   about?'-
"I am quite sure ln not more than
ten years.   Possibly a little less"
Dominion.'
Lord Strathcona, high commissioner for Canada In London, arrives '"
Vancouver today, and a round of en
tertalnment lms been prepared for the
veteran, the Orana Old Man ol Can
ada, He is accompanli d by Sir Edward ClouBton, general manager of
the Hank of Montreal, an i Commla-
ki,mi-i Chipman of the Hudson' B ty
Company. sir Mack' usle Bow U,
who is in Vancouver, .Hi j iln ""'
party at som,, of the function ��� Ti e
principal of these is a Canadtna Club
luncheon, and the banquet ai the
Vaneoiivi r  hotel   In  the evening.
Mayor  Keary  sent   a   message  np
the C. P. K. Hue yesterday Inviting
Ills lordship to visit NeW Westmin
ster. and to a lute hour had received
no reply. If he comes, a cordial reception i8 assured the distinguished
visitor.
Victoria,   It.   C   Aug.   H0.���His   Excellency   Earl  Grey  arrived   from  the
north this morning on the Bteamer
Quadra, closing an exceedingly pleasant trip. He expressed himself often
his arrival a.s delighted with the visit
io Prince Rupert, Dawson and other
points and especially with the scenery
along th0 route. At various points
along the route the governor-general
and parly stopped to flsh and hunt
and some success was met with. The
parly consisted of Bar] drey, Lady
Sybil Grey, Miss Broderick, daughter
of the late British Secretary Of war.
and Lord Lascelb's, his excellency's
aide-de-camp,
i ills excellency had a narrow escape
from death when lost In the woods
of Jet-vis inlet l'or five and a /:ill'
hours lasi Sunday, when iia a shooting expedition without il OOmpiUlon
oilier llllin his dog. He told Of nearly falling over u preclplc,. In tho
dm km sS   when   rescued   by   a   sear. ,1
partj, beaded by Maj ir Clark, hi*
orderly, and Second Officer Johnston
of id,. Quadra .mi of ths many
search parties sent Into Hi ��� woo is
after Area wei-i bulli along tha Bhorai
line io attract the attention of
lost governor-general. He was
t'-rlv  exhausted  when  found and
Clothing   was   badly   lmn.
the
lllli si
Transplant Vein From Sheep.
Paris, Aug. 80.���Dr, Doyen, on
August it, successfully transplanted
n vein from a live sheep to the leg ot
a man suffering from arterial aneurism. The circulation thus was restored nnd the patient now hag completely recovered. The v-ln transplanted was tell Inches long.
Descends Into Crater
Of Active Volcano
For Italian Relief.
Rome, Aug. 30.���Sir Renneli Rodd,
the British Ambassador ln Rome, recently   forwarded   to   the   Queen    of
Italy, from the British relief funds a
Toklo,   Aug.   30���Alter   descending the  northeast  of   Tokio.    It  Is   8
100 feet Into the crater of the active  feet   high   and  been  active  since
volcano Asama to    collect   scientific last . ruptlon ln 1873.
data, Prof. J. Rodger, president of the B_1���""������^���_���__���������^"
American  University  Union, has inst
30.
its
Fsll 150 Feet-
New   York,  Aug.   30.���With  a hod
full of brioks on his shoulder, James
Hogati stopped for br.ath today at.gum of about 54,000 lire, of which
the top of the ladder, shifted hls^O.OOO lire were to be devoted to thei
weight for an Instant's ease, and went j further reli.f of victims of thc, Mes-j
whirling backwards from the rim of gina earthquake. The Queen has ask-
a New York Central power house |Pt) tf,e Ambassador to convey to tje
c.bimney, 150 feec, meeting . nstant Lord Mayor her very sincere thauks
deatk    ' 'for this generous offer. I
Yesterday's Baseball.
Taconia-V.ncouver���No  game.
returned here. He is the first man .
who has ever undertaken the hazard- .
ous undertaking and his accomplish- .
ment   has   astealshed   tti-   Japanese, 4
who thought the -daring fete ImpoBB- 4  .
Ible. 4> Aberdeen     2
Prof. Rodger investigated  the crat- . Seattle 1��
er in  a chair attached  to a strong t 	
cable and a pulley, by which  he was + Spokane        4
lowered   Into  the  steaming pit,   bub- + Portland    2
bllng with lifliild la<a. ���
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE. TO   RENT. LOST. FOUND. REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL,  ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not Sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you,  and
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  in  business everyone mus' of n cesslty   know   all   about u_  and
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The  Daily News and  keep abreast  of the  timet. ��Ur
WANTED.
WANTED���YOUNG -MAN WANTS
first-class room and hoard. -Musl
be central. State terms, Apply
W.  I'-, Dally News.   	
WANTED���TO RENT, A FUR-
nlshod house. Apply at News Of-
lice.	
WANTED���TO BORROW f800 ON
good security. Will give 12 per
cent     Apply E, Daily News.	
���WANTED���A    YOUNG    GIRL.    FOR
general housework.      Apply Mrs. J.
P. Hampton Hole, 1_!l Third avenue.
WANTED���A FEW VACANT LOTS
In city; give price, terms and legal
description. Peers    &    Ramsay,
New Westminster. 198-0
ROOMS TO  RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE, FUR-
nished bedrooms; reasonable terms-
S2S Roval avenue.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR ANI) AC
countant (successor to C. Hamher),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7.11am-
blv block. P. O. box 795,
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,   11.   C.   LAND  SLJR-
tveyor.     Ellard block, New    West-
miiislor,  B.  C.        '	
LIVERY   STABLE.
WANTED ��� APPLICATIONS FOR
position as organist in St. Paul's
R, E. church; state salary. Address .1. .1. Johnston, secretary.
���WANTED ��� NIGHT WATCHMAN.
Walsh Sash & Door Factory, foot
of  Third  avenue.
"WANTED ��� FURNISHED ROOM
with privati- bath; permanent. Apply by letter. 9110 Thirteenth street.
201-2.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amouni on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westmin
ster. ^	
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OF
Dickens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R481.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and panned.      All work  guaranteed.
KING   UP    250    FOR
smart   turnout.     The
Mos.
HACKS   ANU
Fashion   Sta
(lli-FOOT LOTS AT EDMONDS, $150
each, close to Vancouver and city
car lines; $25 cash, balance flh
monthly. Walker Bros., P. O.
Box us::.     New Westminster. 198-6
REAL  ESTATE.
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boyg in the B. C, Cigar Factory at
(fice.
LOST.
LOST���NEAR MIDDLE GATE OF
Queens Park, lady's gold open-faced
watch, stem wind. Return to F,
P. Maxwell, 71)2 Fourth avenue.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby ln the centre.
���One  pearl     missing. Please re-
tuni lo Daily News office.
LOST���LADY'S GOLD RING, 10k.,
with emerald set in hack. Finder
please return to this office and re-
ceive reward.
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOU Shi,
w-ith hath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
WHITE,  SHILES  _  CO.
Real   Estate and  Insurance Agents���
City, farm and  sumirban property, I
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. _ CO., LTD , REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street. P. O. drawer 101).
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S. The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building.
'phone 331, P. 0- Box 928.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front streei, New Westminster, Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS,
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia  street.  New  Westminster.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block. Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J- Whiteside, H.
L.  Edimsids.
WADE. WIIKALLEK & McQUARKlK
(F. C. Wade, K. C., A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc.. 42 Lorne street, Opposite
courthouse, New Westminster.
(Phone 143). and the Vancouver of
flee Is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers. 408 Hastings Street west.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPE
WRITl.ij
FREEMAN      Ul   v   ���.,;
Guichon block,      P. o   BoX   ?J
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY
Typewriting;   . ,. ���k       ��j
ettsrs,   etc     i-  .,,,,.  0���"sln 4
lumbla str.-, t      ,     .... ,;,  UOT|   n
THEATRES.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curds
block, Clarkson street. Opposite llle
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone  Gl.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON _ AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
PAPER HANGING & DECORATING.
I HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, mid Sanilas;
house painting, kalsominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,   New  Westminster.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 308. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and Insurance. Money
to   loan,   744   Columbia street.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.	
EDWIN G. W. SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Pbone 17C, night call 81.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will bring him.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery. P. O. Box 811.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledg.-rs; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone ..... P. O. Box 142. Old
Dallv   News  Blork,  Sixth  Btreet.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE   702 i
'bia    street.        ..,
pictures;   Ilia
oils attractions
Monday, Wed.!
movin
1. ; nw_j
Program cdangj
��� an.i j.>M,,.   1
THE EDISON THEATKE, C0H.8
Columbia and '��� vv. H,���. ' "
moving pictures. mMtrai( ' ,.
Program changed :...������_���..���.    , ft
day and Friday.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES WU MEN'S Tl
lorlng. A new lino of fall s|
ing just In. Button making, '\,tl
ing and repairing Roon \
block. Entrance I Columbia,
and 264 Clarkson si    Pl one R I
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $1. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram ollice.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entrvp or roast,
pudding or pie, ten, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOOrfflOKKIS
Co., bank, office an l store littnj
cabinet, stair, showcases, man:?
and detal) work. Designs and ei
mates furnished. .1 BrOi (
prletor. Work-: Corner Elewi
nnd car line. P. O. box 254, noi
473.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamnn's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stor,.
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
TENDERS,
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
Tenders are requested for plurablj
at the Central School lavatory. Plaf
and specifications at m Ofl i\
ders close August  31,  1909.
W.  1). (lOODFI.LLiiV.    Archil
THE HUB
Clothiers and Tailors
Our Saturday and .Monday sale was so successful that in order
'o introduce our ready-to-wear clothing w,�� are going to extend the
sale two more days. Rememt>er this is positively your last chance
to get a suit at $10 and $12. They are regular $13.50 to $18.00
values.
We have just received a choice selection of fancy worsteds direct
from the  mills  in  England, which   run   from   $30 00  to  $40.00.
Merchant Tailors & Clothiers
H. ROBERTSON, Manager,
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal   Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(paator.)
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, Rev.
Frederick Carpenter. Services as
follows: East Burnaby. Sunday
schol at 2 o'clock: preaching service
at 3 p.m.; young people's service at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer serviseat
8 p.m. West Burnaliy, Sun,lay school
at 2:30 and preaching at 7:3b.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION"���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at lo a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
HAULEY'S COMET
IS ON THE WAY
Due to Appear About Middle
Of September or First of
October.
ELECT  PRESIDENT OF
BRITISH  SCIENCE ASSN.
London, Aug. 30.���The aBtronomlcaj
.-world Is eagerly awaiting the appearance of an historic comet which is
now approaching the earth at a rate
of 2,500,000 miles a day. This is
equivalent to 1731 miles a minute and
29 miles a second.
Since 1705 the comet lias bi _n
known aa "Halley's comet," as It was
in that year that Edmund Halley, an
eminent English astronomer, established the identity of the comet which
had appeared in 1531, 1607, and 1682,
Winnipeg, Aug. 30.���Prof. Bonney,
of Cambridge, am eminent geologist,
was elected president of the British
Association for the Advancement of
Science today. Sheffield, England,
wlll be the next place of meeting,
August 31 to September 7, 1910.
Outside of the agricultural section
where questions of supremo Importance to thv wheatgrowlng industry of
the west were discussed, the chief interest this morning centered in the
economic Section where Prof. A. P.
Clark, of Edinburgh read a paper on
the policy ,of preferential; duties
within the emplif. He proved himself an out-and-out free trader, as
wet,, the majority of the large number ot members present.
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 eo after
thia notice must take all the risks oa
themselves
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
���ouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seal-
le   daily  except   Wednesday.
S.S. Chann. r leaves Vancouver 1
.m., dally for Victoria,
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, lu a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY NEWS
"The Milwaukee"
Entry must be made pl I
the local land ollice lor the disirf
In which the land la si 'i.i ��� ts'-l
by pioxy may, bowel er, mad.]
certain conditions b) tl :-���_
mother, sou, daughter, bro or I
ter of an Intending bomi -
The homesteader is required W|
form tlie conditions connei i    '������-���_
wllh   under    one    ol    tbe .
plans:
|1)    At least six monl      re :    \
upon  aud cultivation of thi   land '
each year for three years
(2i If the father ( or ti
father Is decased i, of I
;.
S.S.  Trader  will  leave  Victoria  tor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves  New Westminster on   v\ed
nesday.
We want
HERRING SEASON   HAS
GOOD   BEGINNING
Unimproved Acreage in
Burnaby for Clients
York.  Bug., Aug. 30.���The first big
catch   of  herrings   this   season     was
landed at Scarborough by a Lowestoft
steam  herring drifter.    The catch to-
,       ,   . ,    tailed 60 crana, or equal to 60,000 her-
i.��.d   he   preiiievil   ���.    reappearance   in;rlngs.   which  __,d  1)y'mictfon t'or,450.
This was an unusually valuable
catch so early ln thv season. Some
thousands   of   barrels   ready   for   her-
1758.      It was last visible in 183o.
It is probable that the comet will
be discerned before the middle of
September or possibly October, for
Its distance is now 420,000,000 miles.
The rate at whieh it is traveling 6un-
���ward and earthward, however, wlll
soon bring it within reach of human
eyes.
AU the most powerful telescopes
in the world are occuoied in searching for the Illustrious comet, which
.shone so brightly ln the spring of
1066 and was supposed io presage the
.Norman Invasion. The redetectlon
of the object Is likely to be brought
about by photography, which is capable of revealing a fainter image t.i;:n
can be discerned by the eye.
WALKER BROS.
P. O. Box 983.
NEW WESTMINSTER   B. C.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S, Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
"The   Pioneer  Limited,"     St.   Paul   to
Chicago,  "Short   Line."   Omaha    to
Chicago,     "South     West     Limited"
Kansas  City  to Chicago.
No   trains   iu   ttie   service   on     any
railroad   in   the   workl  'hat   equal   In resTdeB"_Mn"a'farm 'l-
equipment   that   of   tbe   Chicago,  Mil- jthe land entered f"1'- '���''   requlremew
waukee   &   St,   Paul   Railway.      They as   to  residence  may   I
Kneii  iuiwii  residing  with  i. ,'������''
~wn  aud  operate  their  own  sleeping B        I"1*0"  "~        h
or mott-er.
and dining nars on all their trains and,    ,-t) If the settler has bl   pi
of residence  upon   farming   land "n
iby  him  in   the  Vicinity  Of I
give  their  patrons  an  excellence
service not obtainable elsewhere
H. S. ROWE. Gene.-al Agent.
134 Third St.. cor. Alder  Po-��land. Or.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
rings to be packed In them for exportation to the Baltic ports and other
parts are lying on the piers. Many
Scottish fisher lassies employed In
pickling and packing the herrings
have also arrived.
CHINESE  GUNBOAT TO
ATTEND  SEATTLE  FAIR
Canton, Aug. 30.���(Special correspondence).���The Hoy Jit, the largest
Chinese gun-boat afloat, has bten ordered by the government at Pekln, to
intend   the   Alaskaz-Yukon-Pacitlc  _x-
The comet will be at Us brightest position at Seattle and will arrive in
in May, 1910, when it should be QUite Seattle about the first week In Sep-
conspicuous to the naked eye, and be- tember after which she will visit Van-
come a popular and highly attractive couver and possibly San Francisco,
spectacle. |before returning to the Orient.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
.V>t_:.  Assets  over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves 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.
stead, the requirements as to resld -ncf
may be satisfied by resld mce "1 .
tbe said land.
Six months' notice In writing iW_|
be given  to   he commissioner of
minion  lands  at  Ottawa of mtenti ^
to apply for patent.
Coal���Coal mining right-* ma��J|
leased for a period of 'went:)]
years at  an  annual  rental
Not   more   than   2660  a "1
leased   to one  !����������*�� ��J
A  royalty at the ����J
per  ton shall be collect*.
on the merchantable coal mined
W. W CORY
acre,
shall   be
company,
flve  cents
Deputy of the Mlnlstei
N.B.���Unauthorized
this  advertisement  will
for.
of the ln,fr"ir:
oil
publication
not 1"' Pa"
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Gasoline Tanks and       /
Fishermen's Supplte'j
For   reservations   and    Information
call or address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster-
C.  B,  FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W.  TROUP,
General Superintendent  victoria.
| JAMES & McCLUGHAN
I Trust Block. Pront St., New We*t,ninstCr;
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. 0ARURO8S, ATLIN.
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car
cross and White Horse, mainialning
a thorough winter service.
For information apply to
.1. IL ROGERS, Truffle Manager.
S. S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will leate
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m-
for Ladner, Steveston and way port"-
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning, leaves Stevestc-n every
week day morning, except Friday.
Additional trip Monday morning
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
Canadian Pa* I
Railway Co.
l_Tor day WCURS'ON Hgg
Fare and a th rd round.     v^ 6,
on   sale  September H��._��Xr IS.
m
good for return to September -,���
Double     trans, mtlnent.i    _, m.
daily, with  Pullman
I,.-....*-
tourist and
din
ing care- , Bt . Od
Atlantic Express le��v-s
m. ;,,,o,   lit   1  V*
Eastern   Expres    "'��� ; ���.10
St. Paul train l*���**, 9.
Cheap excursion Septe
For full particulars  a|PjTl]KTi
C.B.FOSTER. ,v l'cp.E.A..
G. P. A., Vancouver.     ^- ��� .uausr H, iy09'
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THE DAILY NEWS
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11    . f. - ������ It*'
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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om NEW WESTMINSTER.
FROM Nt�� chilliwack
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��_y   ." on Mom
ptfWwtnt' fty.  return-
_ W^e6g.,liwack at_7 _a.m   -
Scientific J_tn.rfC6��.
A h_.,l��',ii_ir Ulimr. ... we.-.../.   I*W_">_ c'r;
A r,   .Yf rut nrieiii   ihiiiiiiI.    I eni.n for
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Hli iiewwU-Bi.ni. ., i.      .
^!Jf?SCo.861E'nadwn,KewYnrl(
CONDENSED  STORIES.
How    a    Celebrated    Statesman    W��i
Treated to a Surprise.
Pan are sometimes just
like other n i u in the eyes of children, in, v, the celebrafryd __-
wan] il eretl was riding along a
foaii in Ma isetts.    At Lynn a
hr ���!.' ��� . ������;, girl got into tbe
cars im,! took the vacant seat by h:.s
lide.    He . : Li red into conversation
luncheon was EXPENsr/i. nbw Westminster TO GUARD AGAINST
laatrad   of   IB  Franca   11   H<-ali>-   Coe* r
Umes to Fore LIVING BURIAL
ffrio, h Oil
117.', I-' BU \V��sl":,-li,ii. Ij. _
leave*  ' Saturday.
SU. T*" call  oi  ad-
c  }'.     *ter,
s ren   Pa       Agent,
hftoyal Bank of Canada
Ids'1
(incorporated 1869)
$ 4,700.000
P��ld up    ' 5,400,000
IB*mFur'd '.55,000,000
wiw8"^;	
F  ,   . . ���  ���  ,. u accounts soll-
ilNGSBANK   DEPARTMENT
Grand Trunk  Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betwee,
Ciwaeo, London,
hamilion, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all Hie principal business centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO.   W.  VA..X
Assistant Gen'l  Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
^^^^^^^ 40.HOO   Kmuca.    ^^^^^^^
(Jt.e day three friends in Paris were
takiui; e walk : ..ether
"I should kike to have an exquisite
lunch    said une of the three.
"I ibould be satisfied with a luuch,"
���aid the iscond, "which Is �� little short  showed
���f being exquisite."
"And I," r,-.. rked the third one,
"should b* content with any kind ot
lunch."
Unfortunately none of them was i>os
sessert of the necessary money, Pres
���ntlr one of the trio was struck by an
idea, lie led bis friends to u uiuslc
publisher mid made him an offer:
"Buy from us u Bong. This gentl*-
mau wrote the text; thnt one set it ta
music, and I shall sing It. as 1 nm tbe
only one of us with a good vok-e."
"Well, aing It fur a trial." replied the
puhllaher
Tne jouug  uiau   ���_n,,ilied.  and  the
pul,Usher seemed to be .satisfied.   He
paid 15 franca for the son;;, and ths
friends hastened joyfully to a restau-
I runt.
The author of the text was \lfred
de Mmset. the uiiislcluu wns Monput
and thn singer Dupre. The song, which
was bought and paid for with 1"
Cranes,   "The Andaluslan 'ibi
(Continued from Page O.ie.j
IIIIIIITZIII English Doctor Wants Pro-
to realize that tier. wa_ something
doing in Ne�� Westminster. i ue
coast was well advertised, almost
everybody remarking words to tne
ettect: "Weil, you hnve a wonuerlul
country om there," and talking of the
fruit lands oi ll C, Ol whlcn tie y
bave heard so much. it s, etned to
be the ambition ol ibe people In all
classes of life 'o see tnts province
and leam tor themselves of lta won
d is, many announcing thi Ir lnteni o.i
oi coming here io -��� i le down.
But   the     easterner!!     Bwallow   the
ad,.in   ...i   ni  mi:   province   with  a
gOOdli     ....  I  -'1    "1    ..ul- Tlie;.    . 0 lid
not i,. iv,. ihat ii was possioie for a
man io make su. li great proms on
land  as  Mi    Han   reported  to them
fessional   Death   Verifier
Appointed.
London, Aug. 30.���Th< appointment
of a professional verifier of deaWtu m
every coroner a district to remove tbe
haunting fear of being buried alive
experienced by many n r\ v.s and
aged people was one of tie- interesting suggestions made by Dr. Walter
Hi,dweu in h.s evld ince bi fore th i
departmental committee appointB(j by
the bom,, secretary to Inquire into tlie
law relating to coroners Inqu sis.
, The establishment of waiting mortuaries   where   the   professional   ven-
aiid looked upon Uis recitals of tact.-.   .e'r w���uld watcij for"positive proof of
,_   good joke-.      They   bad wot  the   .
ed  the publisher 40,000  franca���Uai
per's Weekly
*i_    b-^-��    g_...   .
opportunltiei    I      .    and  so  could   not
realize  that    the)    might   exist  else
\\ bere,      1 he   be ���   farming   dlst i ic ��
oi  Ontario  and  New   Yon.   were   rts-
���   ���  ited, but, saiu Mr, Hart, thi0 country
yield-  could  , a-ii..   grow   twice  as much  to
...   ���  ...
land could
.  .     , ���     Ex bang., and
' bought and Hold.
S effl"'" ���
js, Westminster,  B   C.  Branch,
F   SHUTE,   Manager.
Sent^On Approval (|s
To RESPONSIBLE Peoii.i.   * _-0,|i/'
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN |
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tBUKTUn
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lit hi '      ws' hall, Colum
evei     Monday   evening
1 is,   I'.i'gusoii, noble
itham, ree. sees.
|A.0. f. V,    FRASER LODGE NO. 3
_\i.   logs | i.i ml third Tues-
. tb    VislUng breth-
,.: invited   to   attend.
.     ���   .,   r. w. hall, Odd-
Clarkson street.
TOT BRUNETTE, NO. Mm. LO.K.
_-;..���.     ��� Friday   In   the
momii ii   > o vn, k.  in  the  small
dock.
ffi.lTfR.NAI. ORDER OF EAUU-S.
ierii \ . dei ia evi ry Tuesdaj
evei at 8 p m. In the Eagles
ha  c treet.     J. N. Aitch-
era,W, Pres ,  ll. Schofleld, Secretary,
10 :.    v       , _DE���NEW V\ blST-
... |  im le meets In the
boa.. :    City   Hall,  its  follows:
of    each     month;
junei ng    on   the    tmrd
Tliu:-, . iary( May, August
and \      ���        ,, -  p m       Annual
third Thursday  ol
f'   ���'-.     New  >��� bers   maj   b*
lecti , .i any month-
meettisg.     c.   tt
SI   -   : a ' .-t.iry.
60-N'S OF S l Mi BENEFIT AS-
���oclatloi :  ol   the  lsles   Camp
191- Meets oi   the flrsl    and  third
month In K. of f.
1ml.    Cl et  v    Sumerland.
RED GEM
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Your Choice of
$
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Two
Popular
Articles
for only
Bt Imi-
liutlratiuiift are tx_,ct Six*
Every pen gnaraiite*--!
full 11 Kt s. lid Gold���cut
fn 11^ht haii'i may t>. bad
m r.ihcr ou r ttaadard
black opaque pattern, oi
Ni>n-l��rt-akal>le Tmn.pHi
t m, bs detired, tit hei In J
i plain or engrave., tinisli
as I��ie_errcd.
Yo'i ni��)T try thilpen n wmik,
l( yi'U 'lu tn. I ji-! i l*i r.jno-vi.1- 1
K b*U*r   Wilt Ic tliAu j ou can ��.
| cur* for rauia n_n nu imut
���ra ia   any otiier maka, if n t
I  entirely   uMttsttOtJ lo every  re.
ni retstn It iu<1 Ke �� ill   -.ml I
nti lufurit.
Ct't o�� i irr 1* our __ni.  it _ti. [
pOfiuUr   I'm,   0l h   Ink   t'4iiril     a
ml trie leak ptoot triuin| li   ua)
Cfttri.il    it>    an.     pwlU< ��    i'i
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�����. arifVa ��t f a i ���),. luti
num (inrtng) ts* I, iridium
i- int. poflibtdTaleanltM rnhbti
mm, U>tr�� eotta Pnl*h. Ratal!
tvarywhari foi *: W a.--i.i-
iranta.    Writ* ft tr-m��.   W_ li
n_w " leit jou ftirfrt."    *d.irf��f
["��Laughlin Mfg. Co.*|
HsjNllo Bldg ,
Detroit. Mvb
TUll BTATESUAD BMII.U).
ddth her and was much entertainer1
by her fresh and vivacious cou,
ments.
When the train was entering Bo*
ton  he determined to give ier i
fileasant Bttrprise and so said blan 1
''"Now, would you like to know
who it is with whom you have beei
talking?"
''Oh, yes," answered the girl, uj,
turning her beaming face.
The statesman smiled benignant
iy.
"\ am Mr. Everett���Mr. Edwan,
:   Everett."
The girl stared at him vacantly.
He smiled again, for the mortiiy
1 ing thought that his name could 1"
anknown to her had not yet takt-
form in his serene mind.
The pause became oppressive.  Pi
; Dally the girl bethought het. ei.
"Do you," she Eaid desperuiclY-
"do you live in Lynn?"
Sir.-nKll)   "t   n   lleiir.
Few people know that a grizzly bear
cnu (rlve polntf to iiuy other carnlt-
oroua animal In point O. Strength, _
fTl.zly liear weighing just four buo
dredwelght has been watched carry
iue a be'.fer of more than .wo-thiriii
IU own weight for two mill's up tb��
must st'*.;. and rugged mountain sidei
sad thl. without pausing one iustani
The grizzli   bear Is the Ur-
tbe  uciv aa  tue eastern
po    .    .   produce
Lacrosse as Advenisein;nt.
Passjug   ihrousn    tue   prainea  Ar.
Hart
death wae another ol Dr. Hadwen
propositions. Tin's,, would in plea -
lug placeB, with ornament and flowers, like il'"-. in Munich an i Berlin.
The evi li nw be had colli cted weni
to show that there was no Iflni -������ uu-
d, nlable proo] ol death aj ai i from
Inclpiuat pul retai I on. Tin re were
Instances, Dr. Hadwen told the committee, of persons who bad come to
life   after   they   had   been   placed   in
iv      ."w"-      ' uie   uiier   i
appointed   agents  al   Winnipeg, th_ wal,jnu,  mortuari   .
 -.'  Dt.on.i.in  ir. interest ii'O-      (������,-������,.  ,.;,.n oi' dvnli  counterfeit-
Calgary and  Bran . m  to mi"'    I  l"<l
pie  m'this  province  and   particularly
,,]  particularly were  nal.rau.(1  hv  Dr.  Hadwen  from
He expn h .    own    experiences.      During   the
iu this district. ^^^^^^^
iiiiimion thai from his observations
mere would be a lm. Influx 01 b t-
i,. : from the praii leg this yeai' providing the crops w< re harvi sied suc-
e. ssl ally, wherevi r he passed through,
and mentioned that he was from New
Westminster, he was greeted with, YY!'
"Oh.   yes,   that  is   the   hom    of  the
for rt_i!_^^^^^^^^^    ^	
Best ami most pu��-.'fin of all the hear    "">   'lacrosse" team."       The   trip   to
���in_amo_   b.
Gloucester smallpox epldemlcof 1896,
a child believed to be dead of confluent smallpox was removed from the
hospital to the mortuary. Ntxt daj
a gardener passing by the window of
the mortuary  heard  the cries of the
4.       The   little   one   was   carrii t
back lo the wind, aud recovered.
tribe, but his cousin, the
bear, runs him very eVj��e. aod the big
white j-lar dear, thou^b not really sc
dangerous a custom.', is capable of
performing the tuoct extraordinary
feats uf strength
the east had doue much to ina..   tie
city   known   and   every   part  oi   Can
ada  was Interested iw tne gam
the team ol tins city,
In  Newfoundland.
and
ASBESTOS   CORTA1N   SAVED
THEATRE  FROM   DESTROCTION
Bradford,    Auj
in.���The    Oriind
Giving   lniiin-sslvfl).
There are diversities of giving as
well as of gifts. To give a little with a
grand nlr sometimes seems to ni.._*
wore of an Impression than to giv.
much modestly. The world has not
changed ln this r_speet. Samuel Tepya
wrote In his "Diary" In 1660: "There
was a great number of merchants and
other* of good quality (nt a dinner) on alone
purpose to make an offering (to tiro mosquitoes,
aewly married servants), which. When   ire  of  th.-  bl
Mr. Han visited his old home ln Opera House erected on. years ago,
St. John's, Newfoundland, aud and formally opened for the second
brought back with him his niece, Miss season last evening, nad a narrow
Bessie Han, to spend a year on tne escape from destruction by fire short-
coast. He was much Interested ly after 0 a.m. The fire is supposed
while thi re In the model town started to have broken oui trom a match or
bj bord Nortbcllffe, formerly Alfred cigar dropped ou tlie stage. The
C. Harmsworth, The town, Grand large stage was completely gutted of
Kails, was formed two years ago and scenery aud fitt.ngs. Tiie fireproof:
no expense is being counted in its curtain between the ttage and the au
improvement. Many thousands of ditoriuni Saved the latter,
dollars have been spent in oil
this being used to rid it of the
'lhe   town   is   the   een-1 FOUND,
pulp industry, to  sup- ���
roached    mane,
men, wueu   ire  ui   uv-   .-���_  e--e        ������  Hnrms. i     Chestnut       mare,       ^^^
dinner wns done, we did.  and I did   ply  the  paper for tue many iia        , 0_ lonlKa. .^ ui      Wnu ret-
glre 10 shillings and no more, though   worth  PU�����tta��     $   �������        Ml,   l0ck;   brand   L on  right; hip.    Ojner
I  beueve  most of th. rest d.d_.g,v.   g^.^^^    U���-   Dominion  oan    ave same ��� payU_ -^J
St, el Work., which are now running              |
lull blast on the orders for 'ails foi -         ^^^
i:iiTi:i s"- __ saisl   ^^^^
more,  aud  did  believe that  I  did  as
too."
��� 0. 0. 1     :,    , \|.    ci I'V     UHXil.
N       Mi   -   in   Oddfellows'   ball
v       et, evi iv Filday even
lng ai Visiting brethren
*'ll  ��� i ome Q. E Uiiley.
,,  p  0,  record-
1 IAL    Sin-lll'I'll-iS
Lodge,  No. 9. A.
r. mui
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Kn .- Solomon i.odg
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No  1598; Court
I.n   I-' ;   i'   U
No,   830;
Owls,   NBai   N'o.   U'.i
THE TRAIN OF FAME
lilt-       NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.
l-linhodies ibe newest and ..est ideas!
tor CO.MFOKT, CONVENIENCE, and1
LUXURY. lt is liiibted with both]
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly Illuminated train In the world. The
������qiiipment consists of private pompart-
ment ears, standard 16 Bection Bleep-
ars, luxurious dining car. reclining
chair e.ai's (seats free), modem day
���caches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For   Tune   Tables.   Folders,  or   nnv
further Information call on or write
P. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Swsttle. Wash.,
A 1*OTT  nt Ol.  BlU.
A curious tale of Ole Bull ls ilofft O
I  book  on  violins   and   v|ol!_i_t9.    tl
aeems that In 1.31, being then twenty- I
ane years of age, the famous vlolluls*
wandered to Paris.   The cholera wai
raging and Mallbran singing.   He weni
to hear her, and hla landlord deeampH
With bis possessions, including hla vl*
Un     He was speedily reduced te ex ;
tremity.    During the laat dinner that
he was able to pay for he mads thi
acquaintance of a remarkable man. T��
this stranger Ole Dull confided bis mis
tries.   At the conclusion the stranger
���aid abruptly, "Well, I will do som*
ftlng for you If you %nrn courage na<
t francs.'    "1 have both," said Bull
"Then go to Fraseatl's tonight at tt
���'clock,  pa_a  through  the  flrst  roois
go Into the second, where tbey pla.
rouge et nolr, and when a new tallU
begins put your 5 francs on rouge ani
leave lt there."    Bull did as dltected
'��� and when bis f> tranca had become 404
be took them up after an episode wltl)
j t woman who attempted to take thenv
1 Red continued to win, and had be left
iis money longer be would have wor
au   Independent  sum.     Tbe   stranger
who  waa  present  us  bis  elbow,   was
V'sdoeq, the Freneb detective, alreadi
t European celebrity.
pphcation has
Con-l.ted   hy   Sleep.
A  Pans   woman   who  waa arrested   v,slleu>  1L   ���.._   ....  -
for picking pockets and who pretended   ar8, impresslco ��1*'�� >��ul��� ;l.^ ln ^�� j    Tuk    notlce lhai un H_
to   speak   an   unknown   language   be-   connection he expressed 1'-';^'   ',';_.    ��� ���   ^ade   to   register   A.un,   Hyde,
trayed   herself   in   her   sleep.     When   the   city   had  passed   tv . ^  ^  Blmple        ^er a  iax
bright before the magistrate she wa.  laws.      Buffalo.^    femnd   U tlHl
B0 ��ther ��%$&; a-V . rwe"mthne ffi Ocfoberf" L   1��06  of all .���d
tunnies as -> '.singular that .certain  parv-ei or trace
ni   land -and   premises   situa.e,   lying
  and  being  in   Uie    district ot    New
IS
Interrogated by Turkish, itussian, Polish and Hungarian interpreters, but
none could understand her, although
oie believed she spoke a little knowa
dialect of Persia. The magistrate was
nor cimvlncetl and ordered ber to be
kept la the prison Infirmary undpr
strict surveillance. In iier sleep Um
woman talked fltieut Frenr*,, with tke
tpue Parfetan accent
sain,
sie.-.
oppori
'
STANDARD    BEARER
OF   ESPERANTO   MOVEMENT
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
*�������� ��� _ m mtm
Manuracturere and Dea,.n��m AU Kma" ot ^^^
Lnmoer,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,^Etc.
^ish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
| F .RMERS ATTENTION!
: Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
I Royal City Br__4 Columbia StS I
^^^Telephone 12. New Westminster |
1 ^QGSsL. <uB__nei_n__Hia^MiM_^ -.m^^m^M
Womanly  Locilo.
"Mever," groaned -i Euclid nve
nne picture dealer tiie other day,
"never try to argue a woman into
believing that she ought to pay a
bill when she thinks otherwise. 1
tried it this morning���presented a
bill for .omo stutT ordered two
months ago. Here was her irrefu-
nlile logic:
" '1 never ordered nnv picture?.
" li I  did, you never delivered
them.
" 'If you did, I never got them.
" li I did, I paid for them.
" If I didn ., I must have had
���ome good reason for it.
" 'And if I had, of course I won't
"What do you think of that?"���
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
He Kmw English.
An intelligent sepoy one day came
into a telegraph office in India tnd
handed in a message to send to a
station in central India. Having
read the message, I told him there
was something wrong.
"No, sahib; me "knows English,"
he said.
Again I attempted to explain to
him that it was worded wrongly.
"Me knows English," he declared
haughtily and indignantly. "If yon
no send, me report superintendent
Mandalay."
Thus threatened, I forwarded tfcli
message: "Coma quick. Father dangerously   dssd.     W." ��� Pearson'���
���nirtlna" WTth Brook Trout.
If the fanner boy ls more successful
In his catch than the city fisherman lt
Jn because he realizes the advantage
of keeping out of sight, bf course ths
supposition is that other conditions are
equal. Familiarity with a stream often haa much to do with the size of
the string.    Trout especially  love to
hide   under   wooden   bridges,   watei	
soaked logs, branches, etc.   They seem  hope, it stands
to realise that safety ls found ln nucb   t_e._00d among
places. When the current will not tak.  unfurled   it  In
the worm to these spots one must re   nil,<"  aml
sort  to   'lllrtlug."    This   la   done   by
| holding the book in tbe left baud aud
bending the polo until tbe tension U
i sufficient to throw tbe worm over th*
spot.   Considerable practice Is neces-
Kiuv to  make  the  bait  land exactly
nh.re it is wanted, but "flirting" ls an
trt well worth acquiring.���Circle.
Montreal. Aug, 30.���A highly in-
teresikng visitor in Montreal at present is Col. John Pollen. L I.D.. of
London, president of the British Esperanto Asosciation. Col. Pollen spent
1!^ years in the military service in India, and has carried the Esperanto
Hag all over the world. He attracted
some attent on on the streets tins
morning while touring the city in a
motor on account of ihe bann r oorne J-UL "��� "���"
bv the car, a green flag with a white Y��l 2,j;I' Uroup 1.
- ���  ���    ���     -    .,   _ .een   H an<l  la,   Block
l_ut 268, Group 1
corner, into which is woven a green
Star,    "My  flag,"  he  said,    "has  no
commercial sign,   it is the symbol of
Westminster, In the Provinc.. oi Unt-
isn Columbia, more particularly
Known and d seii.ied ai L,ot -.;.
Block 1; l_ots 6. 9, lo and 17, iilo.i.
4; Lots 1. 8, 9, lu and lf, Bloc. 6;
Lots 4, ., 12. 1. and 20, Blocn. a; Lot..
1, S, 9, Iti and IT, tiloek lu; Lois 1, S,
9, Hi aud 1", Block 1_; _o.s 4, 5, IU,
13 aud 2o, Block 13; Lo.s I, 8, 9, lo
and 17, Block 14; Lots 1, S. -j, 16 and
17, Block Hi; Lois 4, a, ana 20, BIock.
17; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 18;
Lot 6, Block 21; ah subdivisions ol'
Lots 10, 11, 12, 13,.
"K."  subdivision of.
Lois 21, 25, 26   2T..
^u.     ii io  '"<-    - : ,,  h
3 for good Will and bro-  mQc
ng the naiiius.    1  first ,
31 and 32, Block 1;  Lois 2, 3, 4. 5, 6,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, la IS, 19 a.id 20���
:k  4;   Lot  10, Block a;   Lots  1, ...
lhe 9, 16 and 17, Block 13:  Lots 4, 5, 12,
13 and 20, Block 9, subdivision ol Lot
'203, Group 1;   l_u  7.  Block 4, o.  Lot
in   the   presence   of
Duke and  Duchess of Oonnaught  as
we   steamed  into  Port    Said    three,---. --���   .
year. ago.    Since th-n 1 bave carried "'' l!    1       ''     , '���
i, right around the wn'ral east back. \ou ;"-��' those claiming through ot
to Kn .land, and now I have brought uudv1' >'ou and all persons claiming
ii   to America." iany  lntere8* ln 'he said  land   by   vir-
     ���.i,���_i.,ct;c. :iue  of  any   unregistered   Instrument,
uiad all persons iia.iuing any Interest
Col. Pollen is very
about the sine. *s of tin
t, rational   language.
enthusiast
auxiliary m-
MURDERED THE FATHER,
NOW AFTER THE SON
Mea
dville.   Miss..   Aug.   "o.--An
Valorous.
An old time lord mayor of London
whose sporting experience wns limited
rode forth cue day to join the r-ltr
hunt In the fields about Marylebone.
Placed by his escort under a tree, his
lordship heard the hounds give tongue
In the distance, and the sounds grew
louder nnd louder till one of the cltj
eoouta shouted out, "The hare comes
this way, my lord."   The lord mayor  uu���.    .,���    	
rose to the occasion, and, drawing bis  would-be    assassins    escaped
sword, he exclaimed heroically:   "Let  hounds are on the trail.
hlm cornel   I thank my O^A I fear Sim '   ' '
���ot."'���Household Words.
in the said land bj d seal, whose
title is not registered under the Provisions Ol the "Laud B''--'-y At'1-
ar, required lo contest the ciaiuj oi
the tax purchar- r w nun tea days
from tin- date of-the Hl-t pu .l.c....on
Wonderful . ore_,��ufl��_
Tho habit of companiw whieh in
mr*  against  accidents  to  compel ln a ���u���e.u,, u.un..o.   ---
their patrons to resort to the courts !-.flc heat of the last few days M
S'^ver in case of injury wu th- | killed more ^tftf$����
occasion of this singular thougftt-
fulneaa, told by the president of a
large accident company: "Some
time ago." he said, "a large policy
holder in my company was run ow
by a trolley car and his right M
nainfully crushed. Ho remamoi
conscious after the ahock for threo
ninutea, during which time he pulled out his watch and called the attention of the crowd to the fact
that it wu just fifteen minutes of
18. His policy expired at noon, and
his foresight was rewarded by the
immediate payment of his weekly
Indemnity without controversy ox
litigation.'*
.,    , 11    Will LM- M'-   ,   V
tempt was made late last night to a*- of lhis 1UI"1'' ","1 '" ll'1'"1'1 "' ���' oav"
sassinate    Kmesi    Newman     deputy If-,1 ��r certificate of ii.- pendens being
clerk of the court  who succeeded bia Wed within such period, or In default
father   Dr  E. H. Newman, who was '" redemption before registration, yon
killed'in  a sensational tin-d fight  a ;uul v;lcU l" -vou w ". ^- |urn '' *
lew weeks ago.   Armed men on horse- t0PP��- luul aebarr d trom setting up
back   surrounded   bis   bom.-    an 1   one  any claim lo Or In respdCt of the said
of them tired at hlm through a win- land- u,ul ' Bhall register Annie Ryder
......     ii.. w.,_ ahnf  ln t|10 ami.    The as owner thereof ..i tee.      And I liere-
Blood |hy order that publication oi this no-
jtice for ten days in a daily newspaper
ipublisned  in  New   Westminster  will
I be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at  the land    registry onice.
New Westminster, Province of BrLisr.
Columbia,   this   30th   day  of  August,
A. D., 1909.
C.  S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Samuel Coulter, Esq.
FIERCE  DROUGHT   HELPS
FIERCE  D����R|CAN COTTON CROP
Dallas, Tex., Aug. 30.-Dr. WD
Hunter, the government entomologUt
ln chaise of the Southern field crop,
in   a  bulletin   declares   that   the  ter-
has
ie
bol��� weevils _ Twiai' and Oklahoma
and that the heat and dryness of the
season everywhere has brought out
small plant on which tbe bolls will
soon open, so the crop may be P^K
ed at an abnormally early date.
Honors For Strathcona.
Winnipeg, Aug. 3t.-In view ot
Lord Strathcona's honorable poMtKm
for many years In the Hudson s BM
Company, his relations to the eaiiy
days as head of important bodies, and
his unique position today, as IUmMt
the only living main who knew we'b
personally, many of the early SelWrk
settlers his lordship will be unani
mo sl> tendered the position Of hon-
orarv president of th- Canadian International and Selkirk Centennial ex-
position.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group 2,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 23J6F, Issued
In the name of John Bernard Johnson, has been filed ln this offlce.
Notice is hereby g.ven that 1 shall,
���a' the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof ln a dally newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, isaue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made t0 me in writing.
C. S. Kelih,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry    Otflc.,    New Westminster, B.  C, August 30, 1909.
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PAGK FOUR
T1IL   DAILY   JifiWB
TUESDAY,  AU_UST ,1( Wm
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publlsn-
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices.
The Dai!)  News Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A.   Paige Managing   Director
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<__Tb5N_A^AlEr.
"-!��^Sl__5i-'J^
TUESDAY,   AU-UST   31,   1909.
ble Institution might also be asked to  pany, he considered the privileges to
set apart the collections of one partic-  be worth $26,000.    Tbey bad a certain
ular Sunday in the year for the bene I'01"1"1 ,,f "S* _*_ *I'  .y Ule 2?
umnon   government   for   the   protec-
tit of the hospital, just a. is    done tion 0f the watershed of the lake, Mr.
throughout   Great     Britain.     If     the Frank   Oliver   bad   said   the   orderin-
l'irst   Hospital   Fridav  were  arranged council was as bind.ng as any survey
for  the  near future'the  sum collect- ��'hi('1' had ever been made, unless it
,                       . was   lb.,   intention   of   the  coisicil   to
ed   might, poperly   be  devoted   to  the fl,           <)f ^ ,.lnd       T^Jy ,md _,,.
building   fund.   It   being    understood   had   trouble  in  securing  a D.  L.   _.,
that for the future the donations both   and wer,. informed that with two Union  this dav  and on  Hospital  Sunday   ber   limits   winch   bad   been   recently
,,,'.,      .   ��� ._ ..._-    sold thev would be helped in this re
would   be   a  oca ed   io    he   mainten- , , Y   ,i ,
spect  and  saved  money.    He did not
ance account. consider  tb,. request of the company
! unreasonable.    Kvery  promise  of  the
GOOD   RRSULTS.
The lilting of the contract for the
mw 24-inch steel riveted water main,
to cuive.v the city's water from Co-
quiilani lake to the Queens park reservoir, is of more Importance than
would appear on the surface, as a fea-
OUR   PIONEER   STATESMAN.
Lord Strathcdia and Mount Royal,
to give In full the sonorous titular
honor of the veteran participator in
the pioneer work of Canada's greatness, will lie ceriain of a verj- hearty
| B. C  Electric  Hailway  company yet
j made had  been carried out. and  thai
was more than could be said of any
of any of th_  other railway companies doing business in this city.
The   Vote.
The vote on the motion was taken,
ture In the future development of tne the arduoa. lab0rg which he devoted
City of New Westminster.    The water
welcome upen bis arrival  in our city  Alderman  Fader   voting against,  and
this  week.    The heroic struggles and   Ave for the motion, to decline the of-
Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully re-
freshin. for Bath or Toilet in hot
weather. For washing underclothing it Is unequalled. Cleanses and
purifies.
Opera  House  Bookings.
Sept. lv���The Time, Place and the
Girl.
20.���Commencement Days.
5.���In Wyoming.
7.���Cat and Uie Fiddle.
j;{_Scoitish Concert.
20    0.     Henry's     New   Opera
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
"Lo."
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
2s���Tbe ('Umax,
i ami :.'. -The Shepherd King.
4 ���Parisian   Modei.
19.���Human  Hearts.
fer,   I.
lb nicy,
of   welcome   can   but   repay   a   mere tomorrow,  when  the
modicum of the gratitude due to the  Up again.
elder  of  tiie  noble  and distinguished   ���__,
main  contract  together  with  that  let
to  the   Hassan:   Having  company   for
tlie Columbia streei improvement, up-
co which a similiar sum will be spent,
will  cr.-ale a considerable activity in
the local labor market, and result in
the circulation of a very respectable
sum ol money in this district,   Uue Of
the conditions upon which lhe tender
of   Mr.   .1.   C.   McIXnald,     of    Grand
Forks,  has  been accepted, is that he
���will remove his business to this city.
and this he is perfectly willing lo do.
This will mean the permanent estab-j    Halifax,    Aug.    30.���-Halifax    mer
lishnieiit of au entirely new industry  chants som,. time ago acquired a sit.
here.    We  have  already some  large  whereqa to erect a shipbuilding plant
and   flourishing   general   engineering
works In the city, but the MacDonald
establishment  will   be  tb
Aldermen    Gray.
e u-s... ������  jQjgjgton, Adams and Smith.
to tiie work of the early building up j    Alderman   Jardine   and   the   mayor
of  our  great   Dominion  ar,.   too  well did  not   vote.
known to need recapitulation bere. To it was decided to ask the petition-
him and io sir wilfnd Laurier Can- erg for a meeting, if tbey required it.
ada  owes  an   Immense  debt,  and  all  J�� Vtow  or  the council decision.    No
delegate  was appointed to the fial
thai New Westminster may do by way   ������.(,tirl ,   ���f t,     (>xectitive  at  Victoria
ESTABLISHEI
1891
"GET   THE   HABIT"
proposal   conns
twain.
	
SHIPBUILDING  PLANT
IS ENCOURAGED
CITY OF IO WESTMINSTER
FIRST  STREET  SEWER   NOTICE.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local Improvement General By-law,
1909," noiice is hereby given thai the
Croquet Sets
SPECIAL TODAY
$1.75
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
& </
to find out why WE KEEP BUSY
while  others  are   idle.    A  look
through our stock will solve the
problem.
I   P C J Q Furniture Emporium
-__f JL_- -L_l       h*J Lee's  Block, Columbia  Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER,       - Q c
assessment  roll  of the  "First  Street,
An   energetic  movement  toward  this
end Is now afoot.
The city of Halifax offered ?100,000 inspection  at the office of the Asses
first  steel  subsidy, the town of Dartmouth $100,-  s0-  ,���  t),e  city  Hall,  Xew   Westmin-
Sewer" local improvement is open for We buy for cash and sell for the same
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR \
OOn,   and
$100,000.
ASSESSMENT   IS
mid iron constructional engineering
concern to set up its plant hi re, The
future development of the Royal City
will doubtless create a goodly demand
for architectural stee] and iron construction work, and
ward   Willi   some  con
MacDonald   plaint   being   kept   in   full   tate   valu
past   year
the   provincial   government,
$17,000,000  MORE
ster, British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person Interested m
any of the properties included therein
desire to appeal from such assessment  he  shall,  within  the  period   of
eleven (11) days from the first puhli
we may look for- Montreal, Aug. 30.���An Increase of!��ation ,of this notice, give notice to
nfldence  to    the over $17,000,000 is shown in real es- the undersigned In writing of his in-
tention  to appeal.
Dated this .1st day of August, A. D,
(Operation  right along.
One noteworthy  circumstance  that
has   resulted   from   Hi
in   this   city   during   the
The   report  of  the city
assessors   shows   tlie   figures   for   the
year to be $243,822,751, as compared
improvement  wit a $216,840,719 the year previous.
policy of the city council which received so gratifying a measure of approval on the pari of the ratepayers
last week, is a decided quickening of
interest in the business concerns of
the city. The ''<-'al estate market,
which, like the money market in
<!reat Britain and oilier countries, is
always a pretty sale index to our com.
merciai prosperity, has become remarkably active during the last few-
days. The building trade too has received quite an impel us, and we hear
that some Important building developments are in contemplation. These
tilings, in combination with other
business movements Unit are
place, go to show tnat the council's
City Council Turns Down
Offer of Power Company
(Continued  from  Page One.)
agree, however, that this was a proposition to hold up the company.
Since he bad been an alderman
they bad held up no person, and when
the council ceased that course lie intended to step down and out. He
would never be a party to place any
obstacle iu the way of the B. C, L.
taking &������ but first and foremost came the
city, The money consideration was
an Important one, bui to bis mud not
progressive policy will bear good SUfflcientiy important to warrant him
fruit, Mindful of ilie virtue of the in voting for its adoption. When ihe
saw, "To uie man of progl.ss pro- time came for the Vancouver Power
gross comes," the most intelligent of ^pauy  to make a proper offer he
did uot believe that $10,000 was more
our citizens foresaw that such an ad- tl]an a dr0p ln tht, bucket compared
m.rable result would attend the de- with the value of the proposed con-
parture, but there were a few croak- cessions. The question, io h_ mind,
ers wh,, professed to believe that the appeared lo he how much were these
.. , , ., ,. ,, privlliges    worth    to    tbe   Vancouver
forward movenien, ol the city iaUe rs   powej.   company?     T,���,   meagre   sum
would bring something akin to disas- 0f $i.,0u0 was far less than anything
ter  in   its   train.    Fortunately   these whieli   should   be  accepted as  settle-
jgood   people found   themselves   ln  a  "llUt   in   r"u   of  l1"-'   cilfs   claims.
_._ij_.i -��� i. ,   . ,    There were  also  certain terms, as to
decided minority at tbe poll last week. Ul_ _learl_g ., ^ ^   ^ mJnW
whereby New Westminster now stands I nance of the pipeline road and a tel-
arrayed for a bold fight for greatness  ephone,   which  the   Vancouver  Power
and prosperity ln the near future.
A   SAMARITAN   APPEAL.
Ii is devoutly to be wished tbat tlie
company must provide if they went
ahead with their work. As to taking
the pipeline into the lake, that was a
contract made before the dam was
projected. If the dam was to be built
then ,was tbe time for the city and
.company to get together and deter-
$2u,000 required to enable the man- mine suitable terms.
;igcrs   of    Ibe    Royal Columbian nos- [
, , Another View
pltal   to  make a  start   With  tb,-  con-1     .,   . .,    , ,    ,
.     , .,,  i    Aledrman Henley took tbe line that
-miction of the new central build- the city wa8 protecting the purity of
ing, will be subscribed in the near the water and not the saleiy of the
future. None will question that this dam, When the governments had
is one of the most valuable Institu- ?PPr��ved ��tt construction then was
,   . the Ume for the city to say what cm-
tions that we possess. It is th.- very cessions should be made by the B. C.
embodiment of the beautiful spirit of _. R. When the Dominion govern-
tbe tiood Samaritan; its portals an- ment took the matter up it passed out
ever wide open to receive those �������-"�� 0�� tl|1r ^nds U" lhv d'un had been
misfortune haa compelled to seek us ^"X'man Smith declared that no
���belter and Its healing aid, How engineer could guarantee the safety
much suffering and pain lias here of the dam���the best dams bad givan
beiu  alleviated;   how   many precious out-    lf tlle dam ki. built it  meant
n_ . i,.,. ,. ���- .. , , ', , ��� j, a sheei of water three-quarters of a
Ji\es  have   been  sav, d   bv  its  kind v   ,���;,    ,..,.      _. , ,,      ,    ,      ... Y
���    ,, ���      s  ""'"'���   mile wide and ten miles in length, ia
agency? But the growth of the City Lf_et deep over the present Surface,
and district has imposed a strain up- and the lake Itself 50o to 700 feet
on  lhe  resources and accommodation i1'''*'!'-     They   could   not   realize   what
of  our  hospital   tbat   It  canno,   meet, |d^H��  wo.u'd    re8Ul*   _  U  We,m ,ol,t'
,   . * l '      Neither  Aldermen Grav  Or Jardine
aid the need for a larger building an.l .spoke.
niore ample means is urgent.   No one i Mayor  Keary.
of us knows how soon it may be our I    Mayor Keary wound up Hie debate.
turn to seek tbe kindly office of this H?  sai(l   ,n''.v  we''e  accused of many
11)09.
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A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date  of  first   publication,   31st  dav
of August, 1909.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wfllce 'Pbone 18s.     Barn 'Phone 13?
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered    promptly    to
sny  part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
McQuarrie & Co..
PROMT   STREET.
IMPERIAL    $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$6.75   per  Bbl
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
FI.OUR AND FKKD MKUCIIANTS
New  Westminster,
Telephone 333
Columbian College
Fall Term Begins Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9 A. M.
Full businjss 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  rates for board or tuition apply to
W.   J.   SIPPRELL,   Principal.
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For Tired and Sweaty Feet
RYALL'S  FOOT POWDER.
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ARE HERE. JUST THE
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OR DOUBLE BREASTED. ALL
THE NEW PATTERNS MADE
BY THE CELEBRATED 20TH
CENTURY PEOPLE. SUITS
FROM
$20 TO $30
CHEAPER    SUITS     FROM
$7.50  TO   $15.00.
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Scribblers, Pencils,
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GO   TO
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, (Newsdealers
Succeisors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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PHILLIPS
THE   WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
beneflcient   Institutiqa,   and   it    will
; things  and   ulterior  motives   to  their
.actions. But ihey acted in the nubllo
surely be a source of true happiness inu,rest w)lpn viewlng such .milters.
to fell that in the time of ones good As regarded the stability of the dam,
health and prosperity one has done {he (believed   the   Provincial   govern-
something to help the hospital i_i it* fSenl _?*_ 5<&en every precaution, and
.        . | they had  had  deputations  from  the
go tt0   ��� council   and  citizens'    committee   to
As a means of enabling every mem-  look after their interests in every re-
ber of the public to contribute to the |spect,    The  company  had  been only
too willing to meet them in  gimran.
fund we suggest that an an-
���,      ,    ,,     .,      ,.   , i teeing tbe purity of tbe water.   They
similar to the Hospital |w,..   us lmleh tntereBted ln New West
minster
hospita
nual gift day
Saturday which gathers .'i.i ninny Dion
sands  of   ji-iinds   each   year   toy   the
hospitals of the Empire's metropolis,
iiilgnt with advantage be established
In   Ihls   city.     Everyone   would   thus
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your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how it Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than It Is to purchase the poor"
er kind. We can point t0
buildings buUt with our materials that never need repair*.
We can point to some other8
that need r.-palrs all the time.
But they were no; built of our
materials. See where
cheapness lies?
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GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware is tbe kind you give the bride,
Kind to last for lifetimes���fill her heart wltft pride;
Kind to give the couple to cheer them all through life;
Kind   that  pleases  Hubby  and als. pleases Wife!
as the citizens, and had
'shown it in every way at their dis-
posal.
City Before Company.
I    It  bad   been  said he  (the speaker)
was a member of the advisory board
he enabled to contribute, according to (l|. ,-., ,,  c  K n    |>(,rh;iI)s i;'Was Y
his or her meaas. Friday would of jgood thing for 'lv city he was. hniij
course be the best dav of the wivk for he bud never forgotten his Office us ���
this benevolent festival The churces ";''l>",'��� ���'""l he challenged any rate- ���
., , ., ,     ,,     , inner  lo show he had  abused  hi.,  pi>.   T
throughom the wld,. distrid that en- J.iUoil ���
joys the advantage of tips moBt no-j    With regard to the offer of the com-'z,
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For information as to contracts, consult the adver
tising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your J
place of business. J
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CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S A ND  HAMILTON  WATCHES
MUITO. VEAL, PORK
Fresh Pork   Sausages dally.
Best of Farmer's Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENE    _ ANDERSON
Columbia St ..
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AUGUST I. "u9'
THE  DAILY
WS.
f AUE FIVE.
LAST DAY OF
' Move On Sale
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
ff.S. Collister & Co.
SPORTING NEWS
LALONDE KEMAINS
HEAVIEST SCOREH *
YESTERDAY'S RACING
In
Eight    Games    Vancouver     Home
Man  Has  Scored  Nineteen  Goals
���Spring Not Far Behind.
fill ll lv .  .      .
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Itwill pay to buy your groceries from
C. B. DEANS
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CUtdian or Carnation
Flukes, per  pkg.   ���������
Wheat
...35c
Wheat Flak'
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In   bulk.   4
lbs.
25c
|<Ki!_n   1V(St
12 oz. tin ��� ���
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llaklng  Powder.
...    20c
��� king powder.
Schilling's   Best
der, per tin ..
Baking   Pow-
. .25c and 40c
Chicken  Soup,  2 tin.  for   . .15c
Clark's Pork
for	
and Beans,
_ cans
... 25c
v sugar,
$1.20
Fresh  Ground   Coffee,    special
at, per lb 25c
Lalonde still remains the bi'ggesi
scon i among the B. C, L- A. playi rs;
"Sen y" bus played In eight games
this ���'���nr. and has scored nlnetetu
goals in all, an average of almost 2.5
'goals to the match. Next to La
lande conn Grumpy'' Spring, who
has played in the same number ol
games and has scored fourteen times.
"Doughej Spring comes pext to
"Grumpy," with ten goals iu six
games played, and alter nun are l-"n
and Bill Turnbull with eight and nine
goals respectively in eight games
played.
'I he llsl "i scon rs iu this yeai s
games up to the presttat, Ln lull, is as
follows:
Games. Goals.
FIRST  RACK��� Fiv
maiden  nro j ear-olds
1.  Third  Chan.'. .
Calopus ^^^^^^^^^
SECOND H U'K- Five and a
I furlong, selling three-year-olds
up.
1,   Kiilii.il.-:   _.   Marvel  I-";   li.  Blue
Heron,
THIRD RACK--Fiv,   and u hulf tubings, selling,  tin ' year-olds and  up*
1.  YImu;  ..  H'1'i.vv   ::, Pi-estige.
FOURTH       RACK- -Fiv--     furlongs,
selling, four-year-olds and up
1,   Mllpltas;   .,   Bill)   M..v.::iw;   il.
Belle Kinney.
FIFTH   RACK-On,,  mil. . 20 yards.
selling   three-year-olds ami up.
1. Sir Angus;   ..  l.a.HI;  3,  My  Kal
SIXTH       RACK--Seven     furlongs;
purse,  three-year-olds ami up,
1, I.. a>"r Dam Knd:  .. Foil!,, K.;. '.,
S|Kihn.
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.
SS
W. E. FAI FS M2-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
p����.ne rrt.
NIGHT   CALL  81.
Electric Railway Service
Interurban  Line.
Jn lor Vancouver   and way
���:a: :.-  wlll   run   every hair
;.:;.- ll ::.   5:50   a.  tn. Last
or leav_ ai ll p, in.
Uli car leaves Vancouver at
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in leave
tit; line.
the depot every
tea for both Sap
ty limits over the
City Lme: Cars leave tram
Offlce ou the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
aft'-r, commencing at G:20 a. m
Sapperton Lme: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at G:lil)
a. m.
Sunday service half-houriy between S:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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CRICKET
London,    Aug.     SO.���Tne crick.-t
match   ui   Saturday   between Uincn-
shire .ind Somerset  ended in victory
f ir ilie former by 94 runs.
IT   PLEASED   HIM!
Fred.
FOOTBALL
Scottish Football  Results.
Glasgow, Aug. 30.���Scotiisb football
results Saturday  were:
Aberdei n. 2;  Third Danark, L.
Morton, l;  Dundee, 0
Kilmarnock. ;',;   Airdrleoniana, _,.
Hibernians, 1; Celtics, 0,
Clyde, u; Pun Glasgow, i.
Falkirk,  2;   Hamilton, 1.
Queue's  Park,  2;   Hearts, 2.
Motherwell,  2;   Patrick Thistle, X.
Glasgow Rangers, t. St   Mlrreo, 1-
PURE GOODS -JLB e,
ICOWan'S Perfection COCOSl
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*, Wafer*, MedallUne. -Ito.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
ANOTHER    TEAM    IN    LEAGUE
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.
West   End     Junior     Aggregation   Pre.
pares  to  Get  Into  Game  Again.
A new team has entered the recently formed city junior leagu >, which
u|i to the present ha_ embraced only
aggregations from Fourth street and
the Has; Fml. un Saturday last the
West Fvid elub. champions of tbe city
junior league which brought Us schedule to ii close earlier in the season
anno una d tha' they would like to get
Into the game again. Tb, West Knd
will place substantially the same tea a
in the field, that won the champloa-
Ship for them earlier In the year.
This . one of the beat junior aggregations that bas i>"-n Been in this city
for a Ion. time, and some hot lacrosse
is promised when It runs up against
the  other  teai is  in  the league.
Tomorrow night 'he W si End and
Fourth Street ;' vv will clash <>n
Queen's park oval.
Lynch Blesses Boys for Winning
Saturday's   Victory.
The drubbing which the Salmon
Bellies handed out to Vancouver on
Saturday of the past wed ewldentl)
tickled Presideni Lynch of Ui. New
Westminster club Immensely.
Mr. Lynch is at present In the upper country on a business trip, but
he nnv: have had liis ear to the wins
in Saturday all right, for scarcely
was the game over In-fore a telegram
appeared addressed to Secretary
Ryall. Ii wa.- In.tn Mr, Lynch at
Sicamous, and  it   read:
'���(iod bless the boys for that 11 to
4.���. .  Lynch."
TOMMY   BURNS   DOESN'T
LIKE BLACK  NOW
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six  Races Daily,  Rain   or
Races start at 2:45.
Shi
me.
TRAINS   LEAVE
CARRAL   STREET
1:00,  1:30,  2 P.
STATION.
M.
VANCOUVER,   AT
London, Aug. 30.���Tommy Burns,
the Canadian pugilist, who lost the
heavy-weight title k> .lack Johmaoni 's
seeking another match tn the old
Country, and local promoters are em
deavoring to gel a match tor him.
However. Burns makea one stipulation and that is 'bat Sam Langford is
to l.e barred. "1 will never fight a
black again.' Hun is is reported to
hav.. declared In his letti r to London
promoters.
Players Suspended.
Kalamazoo, Mich.. Aug. Uti.���Pitcher I.eagin- and Shortstop Tooley, of
the local Southern Michigan leagu--
wiiii club who were BOld to Rochester,
N. Y., and refused to rvpor<- there unless given part of the purchase price.
were suspended "ii Saturday from organized baseball.
Umpire Klem in Trouble.
Chicago, Aug. 30��� Pn rfdeni M-i
| phy, of the Cubs, protested on Saturday 10 President H.ydlfr, of the National Leagiu-. against the arbitrating
nt' Umpire Klem, whose decisions com
the champions their Bnal game at
Philadelphia. President      Murphy
Baya It  Is the first time hi his career
that  he has  Bled  a  protest ..gainst Ml j
umpire.
USE   ALLIGATORS   TO
GUARD   MELON   PATCH
to Oxford Chancellor Range
hctlon iT^w lyl��8 '" range ,hould P^t one that will give perfect satis-
teWorkoT and b'k'nB' ls ''conomlcal In the use of fuel, that is cool
" you _U ,  'h�� h��te w,JUhei'' ani1 also easy to operate and keep clean.
^Se atf ^ ?iUlsfl6tl    .   these respects  you    will    buy    an   Oxford
much lowi.   IT   haVe   lnsPectt'l   ll-   The prices also of these ranges are
stock. ��an   those   of   ��,her    makes.      Call    ln    and    Inspect our
I^TRAPP & CO., Limited
Hotel Butler Annex
Cape   Charles,   Va.,    Aug   30.���Edward Thompson's watermelon plantation near  lloriitown. a few  mile.s dis-
itant from Cap,- Charles, is policed by
'alligators.    One    of    these alligators
|last night caught .Inhn Kllison. a col-
:ored   youth,   11   years old.  In  th.   act
of lifting a juicy melon from ihe vine.
'l'he alligator Belied  the  boy by the
!leg   and   held   him   fast,     The   young
negro's  screams   brought   Thompson,
iwho took the thlei Into custody.
Thompson bus one of the largest
Iwatermelon plantations in Virginia.
Iln recent years the depredations ot
|hls  neighbors   have  co_i   Thompson
[several   thousands   Of  dollars      lie  il'-
, tennlned to put a stop to the thefts,
I Last sprmg he had a number OI
alligators shipped to his faun trom
Florida. The animals wer, established in the melon patches and their
presence was widely advertised to the
population No one bui the Ellison
boy had ventured 'nto the Thompson
pu'"hes this season.
NOTICE.
Impounded on   August  21st,  a dark
red  Jersey    row.      Unless   p-dwmef'.
v September   . will be sold to defr.y
expenses at to _un.
DENTISTS   GATHER   IN
INTERNATIONAL   CONGRESS
Fourth Avenue and Marioi Street
SEATTLE
HATES:
Room  $1   ,.  r  day  up.
Room  and   board  $2.50  per  day up
F-oom  with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath ani board $4 per day
All   intside rooms, with hot an! cold
wa'er   st*_m heat, long distance ie*"
phone. ' .us meets all trains and '��������� :*t!i
CAftLBTON GILBERT,   vl. '
Berlin,   Aug.   30.���The  necessity   of
establishing   municipal   dental   hospitals   for   children   in   the   inierest   of
(public health  is one of the chief subjects to be discussed at the Fifth International   l>-n;al    Congress,    which
had Its formal opening In this city today.    Th.  congress, which will be In
session an entire week, Is attended by
dislnguished   dentists,   teachers,   doctors and  administrative officers from
' many  parts  of  the  world.    Both  the
United  States  and  Canada are represented   by   the   gathering.
Chicago's   Population.
Chicago. Aug. 30.���Two and ane-half
millions population for Chicago Is the
estimate made by the compilers of
the new city directory, which will be
out this week. The figures given are
3,457,600 based on the 763,000 names
In  the  directory.
The increase over last year Is estimated at 33,(500.
B. C. FISHERMEN'S UNION.
There will be a meeting h-ld I.
thv B. C. Ffehuimen'- Union on Sun-
unlay, September 4. at 2 p.m. In Ure
Curtis blbek, and every fisherman is
expected to be present.
JOHN W.  BRUDWIOK.
Socr. tary.
The Nights
are getting tong and the eyesight
In consequence Is getting short.
Science, however, has to some extent overcome the natural decline of the eyesight by substituting properly fitted glasses. .Occasionally we find a case so
complicated that we cannot correct. When w, meet such cases
we are candid enough to say so.
Two essential things you can depend upon In dealing with us;
first, we fit your ey��s perfectly;
second, wa de net overcharge you,
and In every cas* when net satisfied w* cheerfully return the
money. We have spectacles as
low as 50c ��� pair. Try us for
your next pair.
The third quarterly meeting of the
license commissioners will be held on
September 15 next.
D. ..CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
I        Spectacles 50c up.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY,   AU.UjT
ANCIENT DISPUTE
TO BT SETTLED
Diplomats Worry Over an
Island That Is Not Worth
A Song.
Campobello Island, X Ii.. Aug. HO.���
A conclusion Is likely to be reached
in the lengthy dispute existing since
37.V1 between Great Uriia q and tlie
United Stales over the International
boundary of the- United Suites and
Canada as a result of the personal investigation concluded today by Mr,
James Bryce, liritish Ambassador.
Mr, llryce arrived here yesterday, accompanied by Sir John Uanbury Vt il- .
Hams. Secretary to the Governor-
General of Canada Mr. Joseph Pope, I
U 'put)    Minister   Of    Foreign   Allan's |
for Canada, and Ur. W. P. King. Dominion astronomer. Immediate]) upon their arrival Ambassador Bryce
and his par . sailed into the bay In
u motorboat and thoroughly explored the disputed territory, "Pope's
Folly Island," which is directl) on
ih,. line of demarcation, as well as
middle  ground, arid  a   shoal  in
D.orrroui.
X contributor to the "Transactions of
the Devonshire association" says that
when he came to a certain place as
vicar he asked whether there were
any sick to be visited.
"Oh, no, sir!" was tbe answer.
"Nobody Is ever ill In Berrynarbor.
There ls an old tnau, to be sure, over
ninety, who bus taken lately to his bed.
but there hain't much tbe matter with
hlm tbat  I know of."
"I thought to myself," added tbe
vicar, "of tbe story'of tbe Scotchman
who said to bis doctor:
"'Ye pu' a vara long face, doctor.
D'ye think I'm dangerously ill?'
"'Na, nu.' was the reply. 'I don't
think ye're dangerously ill, but I think
ye're dangerously old.'"
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from $12/5
up.
Silver 'Watches,    gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Walihnm   and
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
case,
Elgin
F. CRAKE
Tw   doors   trom   Geo. Adams,  Croct
SPECIAL AUGUST SAIE!
lh..
Lubec .Narrows. Later they visited
the historic mansion ol Admiral
Owen, who was granted Campobello
Island, together with the Islet known
as Pope's Folly prior to the American Revolution. The Owen ti'le fig- I
ures largely i.i the dispute. The Am- I
bassador and tiit. Canadian officials
again explored the International
boundary line. AmbasBador Bryce d d
not wish to be interviewed as to the
probable result of his visit uud investigation, bul il Is generally known
tJjnt the Question will be submitted to
arbitration. The territory Itself is
hardly worth a song, but the question
of whether the steamship channel Is
Uriii.i   or    American     and     fishery
Kitchen  Dont��.
Don't litter up a kitchen in.
more than you can help while get
ting a menl. It will take hours v
straighten up after the meal i< ovei
Don't lay a greasy spoon down oi
the talile. It Laves a stain that will
take hard work to remove.
Don't   crumple    up   your   di.-l
towels.    Rinse and  hung them  ih
the   sun.   says   the   Chicago   Dail
News.
Don't p-��ur boiling water ove-
china that is piled iffi the dish pun
It is apt to crack from sudden eon
traction and expansion.
Don't try to black a ntove while it
is hot.   It takes more blacking and
Singer Sewing Machines, five
drawer, drop-head, latest model, $52:
$5 down and $3 monthly; Or $41.60
cash.
Seven-drawer Machines. $54, $5
down and $3 monthly;  $43.20 cash.
(No old machines taken at these
prices.)
Organs  less than  cost for cash.
Call and see for yourself th; snaps
I   havj   for   August   sale      Orders   by
Why Ha Would Be Absent
A suburban train was slowly
working its way through one of the
blizzards of a recent winter.   Final.
ly it cume to a dead stop, and al' mail promptly attended to
efforts to start it again were futile.
In the wee small hours of the
morning a weary comm ater, num.
from the cold and the cramped position in whiefe he had Hod to sleep,
crawled out of the train and floun
rights are Involved.    The   contention!  -���--.-- -- -
of the United States is tba;  the old    d>rrd through the heavy snowdrifts
eastern channel, long ago abandoned
is the boundary;  the Canadian    side
claiming  thai   Ui,.    eastern  channel,
whieh   is  close  to  Campobello.  never
was the channel, and thai the pr_seni
course   through   the   narrows   is   the
line of demarcation.
to the nearest telegraph station
This is the message he handed to
the operator:
"Will not be at office today. Not
home yesterday yet."��� Everybody's
Hago-We.
Mail Service
Following are tlie hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the Xew Westminster l|l'st office, the hour given In
each case being the Hour oi closing,
whieli is half an hour, as a rule, before ilie actual despatch. .Ml mails,
unless otherwise staled, are rtesparr.n-
ed and received daily except Sund.y.
The only mails dispatched and re
ceived Sunday ni. the G. x. H. South
and C. P. K. east mails, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, _'ras_r
JMills and Coquitlam.
Bapperton,   Fraser   Mills   and   Coquitlam,
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m,���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mail east, and
losed mail from Sumas, and Seattle,
nclud'ln. U. S. A. matter, and also
Frase,- Mills,
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
Mails Despatched,
G:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
G. X. it. Owl,
. a.m.--Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P, K. east" taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mall for Abboisiord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver
. a.m.���Blame and Seattle, including all U. ri. points east and soutn
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. Ft. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Curs leave  Vancouver  ior Xew  West-
minster at ..ou, o:_u, V:__ and ..u.
a.m., anu every bail hour thereafter
until   ll:3u   p.m
Cars leave Xew  Westminster for Vau-
i
couver at 6:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:JO and
8:u_ a.m., and every half hour ibeie-
alter   until   11:00  p.m.
S.nday Schedule.
I Cars leave Vancouver ior Xew  West
and
until
Best
Ever
nun let- at  _:UU and  .:U. a.m
every    half    hour    thereafter
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westuunsiei   loi   .,
couver at S:UU a.m., and ever)
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m   Ln
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie,  Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
Great   Northern   Railway
S:30 a.m
11  a.m.
p.m.
aud Mall's Prairie, Fernridue and Ilaz- I
elmere, on  Tuesdays,  Thursdays,  and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Pralri . Ha-
zelineie and Fernridge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays   and   Saturdays
ll ini' a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via II C. Electric Railway,
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, 'Timberland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Fridayi. ^^^^^^^
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby. by courier I .v. N.W
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam,   y courier.      jun.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ciose at  Lv.  X. \V
2:30  excepi   Saturday)���Ladner,   Pori   p.m,
Guichon.   Westham    Islan I   and   Sun-  Lv, N. W. 4
bury, daily excepi Sun lay: Woodward   p.m,
Tu .-.lav. Thursday and Saturday, via  Lv. X. YV. 12:10 a.m
"J, c   Bruce."     (Steveston mail des. a.m.
patched and received via Vane   ivei     Lv. Seattle S
.   ...    ; ui     \ am ��� v. v     and    Piper  P-m
B  ling, via il. N. K. north l-v- Seattle 4
.;   '...in    .... ,'lconn kl,   and  i1 m
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Fri lay and Saturday; Ty:,--
heal on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord,   iti's.lav and Friday.
4:mi p.m.���Vancouver anu Burnaby
lake, via ll. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria   via   Vancouver  at  this  hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
8. points east and south, via U. X. K
-Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, _ ra
Ber Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney. Mission. Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz,
Lytton, Llllooet, Spences' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all Dolnts east
except Kootenays.
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   valu;   ever
offered.      Don't    buy   until    you
have seen ours.
TWO   SCRIBBLERS   FOR   5c.
on   Monday  next.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
ar. Seattle 3:36
ar. Seattle .:0o
ar. Seattle 9:4U
:1a
Lv.  Seattle 11:
a.m.
;i.v. Seattle 12:
p.m.
:i'.,
:35
15
VL,.
p.m.
p.m,
ar. Seattle
X  W.
ar.
:.....
ar
x. W,
ar. N.W
B:30
ar. N.W   6:i
by directing you to the store where
you can see the largest stock of n ivi
a::d second-hand goods of all kinds in
the city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
Or sale, nearly new.
Come and Bee bow much more ynu
can get lor your money here than
elsi where
ring ' f guns, umbrellas, type-
vrlters, and Hunt automatic macl In
ry ai :     :ycles a spe laity,
Alex. Speck1
SECOND - HAND   STORE.
���   imbla ri:       -Man on the Wheel.
G.  N.  R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday  at 10  a.m.,  returns  at  5  p.m.   to
city.      Leaves Thursday,  4  p.m .  ar- ���
rives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves J
Friday  at  3:o0  p.m.,  arrives  In   city
Saturday at 9 am
Leaves Port Gulchon
Tuesday,  6:30 a.m.  on
ATLANTIC
You will find it to your advantage
at  1  pm. on ; tt arrange your booking at this offlce
Friday,  and   whether you intend to travel or send-
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Bialne and Seattle, Including all U. S. points, via G. X. H.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:08 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry HUI,
by courier (Tuesday ,md Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
Via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner. Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���_. P. R. east (first tTaln)
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m.. Thursday and Friday
Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each ween
'day;   arrives   8:50  a.m.
Leaves N. W, 3: SO p.m. daily except   Sunday;   ar.  Gulchon   at   7  p.m.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
ng for your friends,
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland  August 27
Empress of Britain ..  ..September 10
For other dates and particulars ap
| ply to
E. GOULET.
C P. R. Agent.
TO SEND YOU OVERlfiPRING
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE" I
Eight Train? Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
.T THK
MEATS
Central Meat Market
Oorner Etichth 8t. sn.    *.ftb A vends
PHON.   im
BOWELL A  OODY. Proon.tort.
1
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The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAP^
The Daily News AUGUST   31,   1909-
caveat or certificate of    Us pendent
being filed within such period, or ln
. default of    redemption    before regis-
THE  DAILY  NEWB.,
PAUL  Si_V_..N.
; oi   Ooast  lunge One.
rake  notice   .bat Albert  Hunt, or
".-  v. tiwton, y.m and each of you wii, :, lYlIIuI ofCU"ation  farmer'
will:      ���-     Ylll'i forever estopped  and  debarred  from pur, ".;!'
__��_ l       .    ,       ../.inrio     nn    .iiitr    nlatftl     ...    /��.     In     i_._m.,.t     l-,.,!^.
plic-.ttiou �� ,        ���     'Y,1 ,l.i.g  up any claim  to or in iv,!,,,;
of*-'  Y::,- :���       W;    "-'", i ,1   of tbo BBld land, and I shall register
li''t'u='0   n.a   ��� ���   ���;���.,,,���,: Annie Ryder as owner thereot In I i
for permission to
following     descriuei]
'       ' '     lng  at a  post  planted  In
bay on north shore of  Kees island
MOVEMENT
BECOME. DANGEROUS
Turkish
\V. S.  KEITH
District  Registrar,
t^-To .",...; tiud.un r.
Arm, ���   .  ,,   dlverBion
Hiv.ri.   I Ue��   lrom  the
I, .jW'i aboui nuantlty     To Charlotte Cooper, James Ander-
Lib of '��� tat>, ner *��'     Laidl&w,    .1.    Laldlaw    Estate
,1;.; -//..I   ll-orge   F.   Wells,     William   M
��*_,., BOO v;t.,.r powe- Smith, Edward Jame. Thaln.
ti..- yi".
plant
���
Troops   Are    Now   Marching
'o   Hocje.da.  a   Port   Situeted   on
the  Red  Sea
Ri uv S lg, 30.���A semiofficial note
Y l-'i the Mahdisl movement at
'' ' outhnvestem Ara la, bas ta_-
en ou an acute revolutionary character, I revolutionists induigli in
'"��� :- an pillage Turkish i. ���
u-chant to purchase the following descn... ape !':' ;;- ' to Hodelda, .. sea-
lands: |P��rt on the Red b< _.   li i
District of Coast Range One.
Tak.- notice that John Johnson, ot
Vancouver, li. <_., occupation, sales
man, intends to apply for permissioi
gen ra Ion ol electricity
L oierchanicai
.il ; ���   '
mere
:   trial  and com-
8nd particularly  In
rB,   machiney. |
tbe  operation    ��r
WATER  NOTICE.
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of John island, an island  between Kees Island and Davies
  llsland.      Dated, June 6th,  1909.    Ap-
Notice U hereby given that an ap-iplying for the  whole island, contain-
V. (lng GO acres mor. or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON.
Pt  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
ili-
suited Ui.it-
Dated  June Cth. 1909.
the operation ol
ilectl   ��� ."works tor which I plication will be mud. under Part
trai��Y7-   | ���  power are suit- of the "Water An, 1909,1   I an al
inch "bj (f.     The   pre-  license   ln   the   Municipality  of    Bur-1
��ble       whicl   tl    water ls  to be naby Division of Loi lit District,      I
J*8,   ((.nted   I or near high tide,    (a.) Tn..- name  address and ocupa-
H   ��__, mouth of the river, (g) tion of the applicant is Horace Wil-
_fk���ur   ' wh the water is Uatnian,     4i_   WwtmlaiWr   avenue'   Dj8trlct of ^si Range One.
, I used Is to generate electric pow- ft ancouver, B. C. Take notice that James \\ atson, 01
lleht a��J ���' :'   for t'*ctlon'  fl��ht"      lb-)  Th"  "il,"e of  lllL'  lako-  M '"am 'Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation   farmer,
1 ���",'". ifai luring and    all (If unnamed, the description) Is   us. (intends to apply for permission to tmr.
ry | n'du trial or other purposes |known riBing in Lot 210, running In chase the following described lands:
,]jc,; || applied,    (ii   ll a  southerly  and    westerly    direction     Commencing  at a post  planted cn
��� . used for power or through District I_t 144, Burnabj the   northeast   shore  of    Ow]  Island.
r. .     describe   the   place      (a) The point of diversion is about Dated June 6th, 1909.     Applying for
|a to be returned to 400    feet    south    of a stake markedjthe whole island, containing 160 aero
������ ."i-iior bas v egraphed to < on-
staotinople, v ei tlj requesting reinforcements th, request of th.. undersecretary ol foreign affairs the Italian minister of marine has diapaitch
ed th:- gunboai Volturno from Arden
to protect Italian  Interests
to
__ City Council Turns Down
Offer From Power Co.
Russ_||    Hotel.
R. .1. Byrne and wife, Vancouver.
A. T. Montelth, Victoria.
(.'.  K.   Fowler,  Seattle.
V,'. F. Phillips. Newton   Iowa-
T.   A.   Brady,   Montreal.
Chas.   M     McKay,   Montreal.
S.  A.   Skead,  Vancouver.
A. c   Sparrow.   Vancouver.
W. Thom ������    Vancouver.
C. H. Mi Creadj Vancouver,
Alex. I) .\ llson, Vancouver.
.1.  Leibly,  Beattle.
.1. P.  Thompson,   Vancouver.
���.  Kerr.   Nelson,
.1.  R.  Waldo   Vancouver.
Bruce Brier, Portland.
D. C. Black, Vancouver.
Windsor   Hotel.
J. 1_   Barker   Vancouver.
A.   Devereaux   Ladner.
J. Goose, Victoria
II.   Maitlmid,  Sardis.
C. Gladw a   ladner.
Joseph k.    -ad, Vancocver.
Ryan   Cooke,  Vancouver,
Mrs.   Munn,, .   Clayton.
J.  Kipp,   Whonnock.
E. Forman, Langley.
SIR J0_N JACKSON
SPtlNG OUT LAND
(Continued from i'age Cos
ROUGH   ON   EDITORS
IN THE CANAL ZONE
British    Contractor   is    Looking    Over
Difficulties   of   Georgian   Bay
Canal  Route,
Thes
iter,- ib-
���io_
natural
.. I, and the differ-
,,c_ In altitud. between point of dl- ni ir ol Dlsp-h-t  Lot 144
Block one ill  in tb,. nortbwdsi  cor-
��� of D
d.l  Tl
point  of    return.    Tiie      in.)   ine quantity of  water applied
1 '' , is 'to be returned to river near for (in cubic feet per Becond)  is two
Knmtb of -ame, and difference of ele-  (2),
''.,. ..vt of diversion an.      ,e.) Ilie character of the proposed
about  300 feet.  (J) 'works   Is   to   run     power     machinery
more or less.
JAMES WATBOjN,
Per  S.  II.   KORD. Agent
Dated  June 6th, 1.09.
X_nr   York,  Aug.   30,���W.  N. Cbaldr
Ier, editor of the Panama press, was
killed  in   Panama  yesterdaj   bj   General Herbert (J. Jeffries, who figured
he Panama cevolm Ion.
109;   Hassam    $18,900
received and tiled,
f    City    Engine* r    Blackman  and As
gessment    Commissioner     McQuarrie prominently in
submitted schedules, and. the work, on According to a Bpeclal cable despatch
; the street will be begun as soon as to the World today, Chaldler was
! possible. The property owners also killed by be|ng Btxuck ou the head
!petition_d for an early start. with  thi;  butt end of a  revolver aad
aDOUl  300 leet.  IJ)   woras   i     to   run     power utsinc.  <ji   cua.    ruuige  une. Indian   Reserves. ,IJ..''.':il,r  vi<��leiirl>   .. ..
C(_Cro��     land  rnhndei to be and  electric    dynamo,    domestic    or     Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,     a. letter from the deputy provincial \   ,1
;;:,      ���  ,   proposed  works  will  Irrigating ititetids to apply for permissi n to pur-l.^.,.,.,.,,.^   A    ClimiM]   Re[mie    w;ui   s    :
(kl Tbi- no- (l.i The premises on which the 0 Vancouver 11 C. occupation, lady, ��� ,eftl,.uc_ l0 the tadl rese ' 0Q
U posted "ii the 7Ui day ot water is to be used is known asBlock ''base the following described lands: jt|le Sort_ Arm acknowledginK re-
yj.: and application    will   be one  (1), two t.i and sixteen  (16) ln     Commencing.at a post   Planted  ���� (ttipt of $57,20 to settle'the matter so I HOG CHOLERA APPEARS
,   loner   on   the  Ills:,-let Ut 144, Burnaby. he bay at northwest corner of Maiid,Iar as  the  provlnclal  government  is
JJT.�� of .      i-t  1909.    (1) Give     (g.) The purposes for    Which   ����j^d^e lar^���8ijfri���f. 4**^^i.'Iecmcerned, was read and filed.     Galbralth ii Sans' application for a lease
Ottawa. Ont., Aug. 30^���While lie
decline- to discuss the question amd
claims his trip to Ottawa has no con-
nvction with the government, it is
learned that .Sir John Jackson, tbe
big British contractor now in ih_ city,
is leaving for a tri|) over the more
difficult part of the Georg.an Bay
canal route, and intends to make a
Mid., of the project. Sir .lohn is
tlie contractor for tbe railway across
the Andes, built the Dovera harbor
works and the Manchester ship canal, '
and Is known as one of the most extensive of British contractors. It is
believed that after a study of the
question he will on his return to England consider either making a proposition for the construction of tbe
canal by private enterprise, or will
teud.r on it In the evenl of the work
not being done as a national undertaking.
Sir John Wil] visit and pay particular attention to the Mattewa and
North Hay section where th ��� greater
costruction difficulties would be en-
i3Ji_Uered.
CLEAR  CHARACTER   OF
MAYOR OF  BATTLEFORD
The  cause ot th..  attack  is
to have been an article reflecting
on  the sister-in-law of  Jeffries.
dome-tic,
_ and addresses of any ri- water is to be u.ed are
totan proprietors or licenses who or power, light and Irrigation.
,"'.:..:.: likely to be affected I    (h.) if for Irrigation  describe    the
br the proposed  works   either above land   io   be    irrigated���about    twelve
jl, below thi   outlet,    H   P.  Dickin..  (12)  acres,
Vancouver, H C j    (!) If the water is to be used  tor
'ihe i��art of tb��   Memorandum ol power or mining   purposes   descri e
i.,    on ot the Company    which the place where the water i�� to !���* re-
.��_t_o::.-J  the   proposed   application  turned  to  som,,  natural   chann.-1,  and
UU works  reads as follows: the   difference   in    altitude     between
|3) The   o Jecta  for    which    the [,ornt_  of diversion  and  point of   le-
(���       -    tabllshed and to whieli  turn.    The   water  Is  to  be  returned
inject! the Company me    restricted about   two hundred   (200)   feet below
iretl_acquisition ol water and water  In same channel and about sixty  (60J
poweYy records of unrecorded  wa- feet lower,
j ter or by the purchasi   of water re-1    j.) Thearea ot Crnwn lend  Intend-
Wrts or water privileges for la) Con- ed  to  be occupied  by    the    proposed
btntcting '   viing and maintaining works is none.
electric work? power houses, goner- (_.) This notice wa. lasted *n the
iting plant and such other appliances nth day of August, 1909, and appU-
a: I .���������. as     are   necessary  cation   Will   be   made     to     tbe    Com-
ind proper tor the generating of elec- misstoner on the 15tb day of Bep-
tricliy. or i power, or any other (ember, 1909, at 2.3d o'clock,
form of leveloped power, and for; (j.) The nam s and addresses of
WunilttlDg the same to be used by any riparian proprietors or llcens-ees
the Compan or by persons or com- vvho or whose lands are likely to be
(Uie   nl with the company affected   by   the    proposed
In-
1909.
con-
dian group. Dated June Hth,
Applying for the whole island
taining  60 acres  more or less
BERGETA ANurlRSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Cth. 1909.
I*strict  ol  Coast  Range One.
Take notic. that _rank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, in'ends Jo apply for permission
to purchase uhe following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
a small1 bay on nortii shore of Bend
island. Dated June fif-h, 1-<W- Applying for the whole island, containing 80 aCTes mor. or lew.
FRAJSK JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated  .Ine 6th, 1909.
ftf iiortion  Of the property  for  manufacturing   purposes    was   referred   to|ered among the hogs around Ottawa
the  finance committee to report. Forty-three   animals   have   been     de-
Miscellaneous. Stroyed   by.  order  of  Dr.   Butfrorford,
Two tetters    from    the Vancouver ChY Dominion veterinarian, and Bye
other herds are under quarantine. Dr.
Fraser river with, ^iberford attributes the outbreak to
.   were   read.   and. fe_^tf^ *J^��___^a$?kJ5.
N_-__ Battleford, Aug. 30.���The
charu.- .jf perturj against Mayor Oregon was d__a_lssed this evening by
Ma^s_ates  Maher and Ferrie.
The action arose through t_? i_ing
of a caveat by -Mr. Gregory some tour
or _\e years ago, on property owned
by ��m.   Henderson.    The charge  was
IN OTTAWA DISTRICT   pnefecBad   by   Mr.   11.   C   Oilliiigbam,
  editor of tb*.- North Battleford Jfews,
Ottawa,  Aug.   30.���A   _i_ea_e  suspl*  and   truse   fcnun   _ir   fact  tJiiu   some
clously  like  cholera  has  been  discov-, thre.   weks  .igo   Mr.. Dtllingham   wa3
commiLted   K*   trial   cu\  a charge  o��
crlmtna]
Gregory.
lib-.l   prefiarred   by     Mayor
sion   wj  cross  the
transmission   wire
refvrred  to  the  finance committee to
JEALOUS   .ELLAGE  TOUGHS
ASSAULT   CITY   MAIM
tawa on gabiige, gathered in. the city.
works..son-
t':."' live  powe,   for  the  elt-ner above ,���- below  the outlet are |fan,1.'*^  ill!^nd8   l��   ll)1)1>
operail. of motors,    machinery   or {\u. Crown, H. B.   Scot-..   Vancotuvev   f'1 "'- l-"ul>
District  of   Coast   Range One.
Take   notice  that Adolph   O.   Jobn-
of Vameouver,  B.  C, occupation,
for  penuis-
and thinks the disease mav haw or-1.. Pe^b"ro- 0nt- Yl, ^'t^
The-pilOt said the wires would no,. ��edf,mi Ottawa bogs being fed f^^ ^^^_
be high enough, and the harbormaster ,s(-ral,i' A"       'l"   j ' w-_ been spending a tew days with friends
said   tbey   were  high  enough  for ��!'-1 ,at   Chemong   pattk,  a  smiiiner   resort
dinary  shipping.      As there was this-, OISCOVER   XOAL  ON lei butted six miles north of Peterboro.
conflict  of  opinion the  above  resolu-; SITE  OF Q.TY  HALL.j(|le(j  yeste^rfiiy   aftemoon,  (HippOBedly
tion   was   carried  In   order   to   secure, j I front   tbe   ��ftvc.ts   of   rough   handiHtig
further information. I    Estevan.   Ang.    30.���Thg  surround-1 iu   ^ .^sjialt   eommitted   bv   aeveral
The market clerk's report for June  nigs of tne new town hall looks  like   vouttg mvD of ^  ,uuigl;.
showed  receipts amounting to $31..     ,a coal yard Hie last day .����� so as Ctm.-      jj^rnrd   was  just  returning   to    his
G. R- Greenwood wrote asking for -.ractor Hite is_ right in _. coal Beam cattage atfter seeing a yoong lady
appolntment as inspector on the lay- now- a"d- '* fetching ap ��)_ fine ' j^^j,. wtjea BBYei;*] yoang man at-
Ing of the pip_llne.. samples of  a_evan coal,     thn  toot-  t;icked jjjm in a |,ruta,  mlmne,-.    Bo-
Residenre on Richmond street and mgs for the new town hall are now ^ was ^^^ to hls cottage iu a
Eighth  avenue.   Sapperton,   asked  for-.O-K-.   a,ld. t'1*  masons   started   work  s_ar__oo_��_ious   condttion.
an  ,-lectric  light.       " """	
will rejiort. " Engines Pull Ploughs.
Kansas    City,    Aug.    Sft���Because
electric light ng or other works or to ami \.-
the Company to con-1
Pa. .man, Vancouver,
HOHAC.   WILLIAMSON.
-iimtri for hea ing   or  as  a    motive      .(i_    Westminster   avenue,   Van. Hi-
power for propel mt: tramways, or tor ver, B. C.
c.. lifting,     pumping.   ���'��� ���
lighting, crushing,    smelting,  drilling
::���: v    .  or  for  any  Other operation? to whir:   ii  may be adapted of
tobenwd ,,- suppllf. for or in con |
neciion with
LAND   ACTS.
District  of  Coast   Range  One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of
any other purposes f��r Vancouver  B. C.  occupation, jeweler,
'"���    �����*p\ fE'tatoSX  to apply'    for    permission to
���J/��l"'i"l "r required,    (g)  >or h     .    ,���e    {ollowlnK      described
rernlrac  water   and   water    power r"ir.
; use   application and dis-   ,!;-''
;    ' Ing dams. Increasing
Murdered  the  Paymaster,
sion  t��  purchase    '._e    following tie- Ban on cattle. Bluefield,     Va..      Aug.     _1-���News   form labor is so scarce in Kansas that
Commencing  at  a  post   planted  on.    Washington.   Aug.  30.���The   United: reached   hire?  fast   night   rrom   Rock, j farmers of Iarge tracts of land there
the ncrth sliore of Crih isiand.    Dated  Qtates   governmenl. s   bars     are     up \Y.  Va.,  than   W,   P,  Otikk-y,  paymaa
June  6th,    1909.      Applying    for the | ajrainst   Switzerland's   live   stock   be-  ter of thv Franklin  Omsttuetion  Coi
whole  i-sland.    contaiming    90    acre81 cause of the foot and  mouth disease had  been   shot  to   death  by  an  un-.fti gangs  of from  ten to twenty-four
more  or  le��9. ^ | among domestic animals in that coura  known m__ ami BQhted of $2,000. The'and two men on asi engine, and two
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON,        i trv     Dr   A   ^   _jelv:_. nhief of the murderer  was.'pursued  by  n    posse,i one-gang ploughs In thl_ mauner can
Per S.  H.  f^ORD, Agent.      bureau    of    animal,    industry    todatf  captured   ��td   lynched,  accaiiling   tojdo the work of about twenty ordinary
Dated June 6th. liMf.. made tlie announcement. the rafiaWL | laborers.
' have adopted gasoline -c-nsiues, to pull
uhetr  ploughs.    The  ploughs  au"e  run
N!ev�� Westminster  Land  District,
trie, of New Westminster.
Ds-
the    following
,    ,   , ,    ��� I    Take notice that Wilfrid Dougal) of
Commencing at a post Planted ��� a VlcnC0UTer,    occupation    farmer,    in-
;"!n""anv"'exiSfi.iitvnia,n lAJ JmT"rlh4th,��iM_       ___.!?*��* t0 a,M'lv f<"' ^rmissi"n t0 "JT
; ^k:^?-- w��rconttt srasrs
���tream, p,             Y��� ,* , *���v  other 'Yl^liIYJtm ZnFR_ON Worttawt  rome, of lot  1469   thence
ctam-l oi        an, 1 ,,  laving or erect- ;    OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON, \     ^ 2Q ^ns, thence east 40 chains,
lng any :            Hume   nine <_   wire1    _,      .   /6r f.  H   FORD, Agent .thencft no.Ul ,0 cnast   theIK,p toUow.
Dated  June  4th. 1909,
>���������*���<_
a. . ..._=!_!-** >
or channels, laying or erect-
any Iln, oi flume, pipe Or wire
constructing ms raceways, reservoir,
aquedii<-t welr, wheel, building, or
other erection or work which may be
required in connection  with  the  lm-
Our New Clubbing Offer
So
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
provem. ni ami use of the said water'Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, lady,
and water power or bv altering re-!Intends to apply for permission to pur.
Dewing, extending, Improving repair-!chase the following described lands:
1 . or malnta ning  anv  such  works, I    Commencing  at  a  post   planted  on
the north shore of KlaoKsls island, a
omall  Island  south of Turner island. |
LID.
A.  B.
or anv pan  [hereof
VANOOUVER   POWER  CO'Y
(Slgnattirei   .    h, W.  Hope
Beck, Directors.
.1. V, Armstrong, Secretary.
P, O. Address, Vancouver, B-O.
ISeai of the Vancouver Power Co'��.,
Ltd 1
ing the coast line    to point of com-
nien<T4"ment.
WILFRID DOEGALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Dated  June  6th.   1909.    Applying  for
the whole lsiand,    40 acres more or
DORA  ANDERSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
si.  "!     '" '������ -V 1)., 19(16 of all and
01  lan. ;.'!  ������'''''���'in   parcel   or  tract
ami h.iv. : ,",;,"i<"* sl,";i"'. ly'ne
Wes.mln_._r*. "," ll'8lrl.'t of    New
'sh    Columbia ,ne ',K)vlnt,�� "f Brit-
. . 11'h-ana ,7
5.
3, Block
Block 4; Ijots
following
a   post   planted  In
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that  John    Olsen,  of
ii Ke not ic, that an application ba_ Vancouver, n. 0., occupation, farmer,
1    '^r Annie Ryder !,-tend.   to   app]y   for   permission   to
y       "   rlu  tee  simple,  under a|purchase    lhe    followlne      described
\"\       v    1 from Siilnev A. Fletcher I -nd.
i'i', bearing date the 13th     commencing at       .
bav at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Re part (l acre) of southeast Quarter of section 12. township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas prool of the loss of certl.
fit-ate of title number I7u?a. Issued In
the nam. of William Oleson, has heen
filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tbe first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster. Issue a
duplicate or the said certificate unles.
ln the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
l.ind   Registry   Offlce.     N.-w   Wet.
nlnster, B. C, August 2, 1909.
.   ,Y,-. "' ;",'/!  17, Bock 6;  Lots 4,
IyIIIY,YYY*-Y-���
16 -'"'l 1. ' ilUirkT,':V ,lj0t8 h 8' 9'     District of Coast  Range One.
_"1 '"��� Bio* l? Lo   f r \\ 9' "      Take  notice  that  Ralph  Jacobson,
'JM  Block 13   u��Tl   n'q'iJ' l3 "S? ot Vancouver,  B.  C.  occupation,   ar-
1"'"'1   "'.   boi   1  iV'i. a"il \V\���r. 'n,en<��s t0 A^y for permission
Y.Y*. 1' 8- ���������    18 and 17,'       '   ���to���  <h.  f<.iiowln_  described
Block 16
Uls  i   s
6
,'���";* '.    . and 20, Block 17,
,; 'Vntl 17- mock 18; Lot
2n:i    ���,,,���', al   ^"""visions of    Lot
*mi 1. .   , ftB 10. 11. 12, 18, 14
2��     i���,, I Y    subdivision ol Lot
������32 Edoci, ,?"il,."4l��.W.W.M
10, 11,
Hlock 4
12.
to  purchase  the  following  de
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the BoutheaBt shore in a small bay on
Compton island. Dated June 4th.
1909. Applying for the whole tslan.,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th. 1909.
New Wellington and
Banff Anthracite.
District ot Coast Range One.
Take  notice  tbat  Jacob  Jocobeon.
. ,   , u"s 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
". 14, 15,18,   19   and   20,
16     *i7Lot 16 Block 5; Lots 1.8, 9
20''-  <'re      T  9' /""'"v'slon   of   Lot
'���ot 227, Qrou '   Bl0Ck   i   of
^'"' ami tl.,,    '  ,MlI,,l'?'l. iiikc   notice    uiai   .,,...,,.   -���
"ml,'r you     '.' t;lllll"l"K through or|of Vancouver, B.  C. occupation   car-
"">' int'.-,-,.... '",,aU PerBon. claiming I penter, intends to apply for perniis-
Y ~"nt any ,���,,'.Yll ,:u. ,ani1 bJ virtue sion to purchase the following tle-
I^f^'IY'I^   '""'"'mont, and scribed lands: ,    ,.,on
he,Hebre*ald iln ' "   ,R lll,v  lnt��Mt In     Commencing at a post  planted on
II-- -H de80en1
trouble  "nH,'l/'""l It'
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers * Preston
Offlcs, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345.
Phone 105.
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try  Act,'  are re-jthe whole lsiand   containing !>0 acres \
'':.'..."s< the claim of the tax imore or less.
within
Ill's I
you,
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publication of this I
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JACOB  JACOBSON,
per  S.  H.  KORD,  Agent
Dated June ith. 1909.
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TUESDAY,  AUGUST  31
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I   "'-.<,. <Y. y_JV
WORTH YOUR
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
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop
LOOK
See on; fine assortment of Door  ���
Mats  and  the  prices. J
m
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Anderson & Lusby J
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COLUMBIA STREET.
Everything for the garden at Tiays
phone ISL ������
Aid   Kerr of Nelson, B. C, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kerr of this
Iiuii't fail to take in the St. Peter's
church picnic to Boweii Island on
Wednesday, Sept. l. Tickets ll.on
round trip. ����
Mrs. C. \V.  Brown will be at hom
Thursday   and   Friday   afternoon   aad _\
evenings.  September 2 and  3. at  the ^
Queen's Avenue Methodist parsonage, jj
601  Third uvinue. A
If you are looking ror a nomt. in
the city or for a location to build in
the suburbs, call on the Settlers' Association of B. C, Begbie 6tr.-t. They
have several good properties for sale
other f��r cash or on easy terms. lUS-ti.
Reeve Hutchinson, of Ladner, write.
that h,- will not be able to take steps
for the formation of a board of trade
for the  Delta  till  the harv si  is  in, j
ns the farmers' attention is oth rwlse
taken up in the field--.
Move On/- Move On!/
:
--���-.    ���'_���  -ll   - ,_l_. II   Hill,
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Miiir's Witcbazel Cream
We also havj all kinds of complexion   creams  and   skin  foods    }
at |
Mil. DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
THEFRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Our school was organized for th;
purpose of preparing young men and
women for business careers and to
supply business men with competent
office   help.
NIGHT SCHOOL
Personal instruction is given to
every student in our night school. We
conduct school on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, beginning
this year Wednesday evening, September 15th., for the purpose of offering opportunities of study to young
men and women employed during the
day. It admits on an equality both
sexes, boys and girls, men and women... Students may enter our classes at any tim.j and take such subjects as they may select.
No   one   should   hesitate   to enter
our evening school.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
610 Columbia Street
TRADE
Owner will trad; for good farm land
[ improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
;on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New     Westminster.       Splendid   view.
Monthly rental $25.    Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS
lOF COURT BLOCK, VANCOUVER.
Our  entire  stock   of LADIES'
WASH SUITS and CHILDREN'S
DRESSES to clear at half price.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
For first-class cut flowers and any
kin! of Floral work, telephone Davies
Greenhouse, R208. "
Mrs. \V. E, Fales is Visiting ber
daughter, Mrs. Campbell, at Kent.
Washington,  taking home her graniL
'children, Christopher and Willie, who
Ihave  been    visiting    in  Westminster.
| She will remain about g, week, tak.ng
in the A.  Y.  P. exposition at  Se.itil
Ahoyl    for   Boweii   Island   on   Wed- i
[nesday, Sept, 1. Fare round trip J1.00.
Cars leave depot -tt * o'clock. **
Complaints    are    coming    in   that,
while  the  law  with  reference   io  tli
control of the Canadian thistle is kept j
in   the country,  it  is  broken   in  t Iii -
city, many vacant lots growing a fi.n
crop  of   the   troublesome weed   qulf-
unchecked.      A  penalty of  . 2o is the |
fine laid down by statute.
Buy  orchard   lands   while  they   ar-
cheap and  become independent.      We I
are in..- official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Lei
us tell you about their choice holding.
jai Appleland. A new townsite aad
fruit district    along the Hue of    th.
13.  C.  Electric  Chilliwack  iin,. and   V.
| V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumus Hallway
This section excelis in tlie production
of all fruits.   Come at once whilvj the
[best lands are selling cheap and lei U-
sliow you this section at our e_pen_
We can   sell   five, ten,    fifteen  and
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms.     .
J.  Hart  & Co.,  Ltd **
Work has been commenced on the
construct, n of an extension to the
sewer outlet at ihe fo<>t of Ei.-ntii
street. The shortness of the s-wer
has been tee cause of a great deal of
annoyance to persons having int r
-sts In this section, ami the council
decided a: its mee'ing last Week to
have the drain extended.
Starting Saturday, August 21, the
B. C. Electric city and Sapperton cars
will make one extra trip for th ��� accommodation of the Xew Westmin
ster people attending the horse rac< a
ai Minoru park. Lulu isla_id. Th
last Sapperton car will leave the office at 11:30 p.m.. and lhe city car al
11:20 I.m. **
Th- secretary of the Wilmington
Delaware, Board of Trade, Georg ��� H.
McGovern, writes that the president,
It. .1. Maclean, who has been invite,!
to address the board of trad,- when
on the coast, will Le her�� shortly,
having already left on his western
trip. Mr. Maclean is an energetli
man having raised the membership
of the board to 750 in a city of 100,-
Lucy, an Indian woman charged
with having appropriated $13 held In
trust by her for another woman, was
allowed to go free from the city lockup yesterday, on her husband coming
forward and squar.np the account
Two white men were lined for drunkenness, on receiving a dou.-le shari
of the magistrate s favors for having ,
been disorderly around the train sta- I
tion. Two Indians charged with having Imbibed too freely jumped their
bail of five dollar.-, each.
Secretary Wade of Hi ��� board of
trad.- has received a lengthy commu
n'catlcn trom a major general of 'be
British army in India, enquiring for
Information as to waterfrontage pro]
v-rty suitable for fruit growing in this
district. The genreal des'-res about
100 acres of cleared ian.1 and 200 un
cleared, and adds thai his three sons,
one a major, the other two captains
in the army, would come with him to
B. r If satisfactory property could be
found. Secretary Wade would be
glad to forward letters from persons
having a suitable site within a radius
of thirty miles from the city.
Don't Forget the Place���
Chamberlin & Co.
.SHOE STORE I
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
j
Snaps in Lots
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
��� _   L.��J_ '  ��0UBLE CORNER-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR     ��
f LINE; $225;  TERMS
��� 2    LOTS   ON    TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE���66x14";   FFFT-     I
I BEAUT.FUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300rTERMS "     f
I 2 LOTS, NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;   TERMS
I
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Weo-
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. m.
These snaps are money-makers.    For further
particulars apply to
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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Last Two Days of the
Move On!
Move O
Prices
All lines of Merchandise will get a quicker, brisker
swifter Move On. We said Move On to a lot of
Oddments and Endments, emphasized our words
with a  radical  price-cutting,   and   they   moved'
Immense Clearing
of Remnants
Curtain Sale
Continues
Com- and take advantage of the
remarkable offerings���many Uni 9 at
half price.
Move On!
TAPESTRY  TABLE
COVERS
In     handsome     floral    designs,    Willi
trill., d edge, two yards square, colors
green and red.      Regular valu.  $3.2.
Move on price
$2.25
Ladies Fine Muslin
Blouses
Embroidered-front, Gibson and lace
collars, some Dotted Swiss, trimmed
with Vai lace (long and short
sleeves), new tailored styles with
linen collars; sizes ,'il to 42. Regular
values  up to $:!.50.      Today
$1.50
Ladies   Cambric
Petticoats
Fine white cambric Petticoats w-itb
hemstitched and embroidered flounce.
Regular values from $1.25 to $2.00.
Move-i i i price
95c
Cotton Hose
Twenty dozen only, brown, black
and white lace and plain Cotton Hose,
sizes from 6 1-2 to 9 1-2 inches. Regular   25c   to   115c.
15c
Undervests
.Nothing like having a plentll ll
supply of Undervests, Prices iike
this seldom appear.
Ladies' White Cotton Undervests,
regular 15.
10c
Move On!
ORDERS FOR COTTON UNDF*
WEAR, LADIES' COTTON UNDER
VESTS
There Is a big crowd ->( these h'"l
lisle undervests, so they hav ��
move. There are ."fain lls,e veY
others with lace twrnmed sleeves a��"
yokes. Regular -15c. Move on sau
price, each
25c
W. S. COLLISTER I CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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