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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
WM"*UtM.nst_r. b. c.
vol-1
NEW   WESTMIf
m 4. NTMUER 20C
ooojTrecnves
great welcome
Lvellous Demonstration at
Banquet to Intrepid Discoverer of Pole.
.    .   s_-p0ur hundred
..   banquet   to   Ol-
>IYAA dl       " oi  -be North
fc11"?; . ,     sen seated, the Mia-
|A'%'o. ill.''���������''������..'   J"'""'"   H:1"
Iter of ' ,��� ,,!,. char ...
fe^id I    onstratlon. MlnUter
p"   .   . u    i  "ks  rtght,  with
JJM "    ',,. ,    .vagi... and  Miss
r'SSLl iv Oamel, a wealthy
fe^n lady,     who    Has    con-
Toi*'"-',, to  ArcUc   -xplor-
P**J_ .   . closelj   Identified
f:"'.  n-i,,.,,,.-   I-M-
J1 wn :. HUiograph of the
E! Prince greeUng Ur. Cook add
rM_ Arctic Circle, giving
h:.v', and a facsimile oi
I      . 1th  the date,   which
Ks "reproduction  of a souvenir  he
L"�� Miss 1-
Ma��y Compliments,
lib Dr   Cook.     The   Mayor  Ol
rY:,.  : -      a    name   wis
LY,:-, enrolled among the great
|-; .,  Km.n briefly pro-
E .,  the   King  ol   pen-
���� v ;'"'""   ''''''i-i'J'"1
TL ....     toasi io the Presideni
I' tes     ol     America,
|... of Ide that 'musi  be felt
| . .      ... lich   COUld   boast   I'll'l
���Y.  er . i   ���'���' o Oral  planted  the
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phon* 85.
SEPTEMBER
1909.
FIVE CKNTS PK
FEDERAL VACANCY IS
SHUKTLY TO BE Fll LED
Strathcona       Constituency     Will     Be
Polled at  Early Date���Dennis
Twomey  Standard  Bearer.
Edmonton, Sept. 6.���With the Housi
of  Commons  -sluing  early   in   Not
ber,   and   a   bye-elect.on   tai   be   held   in
the Btrathocna constituency previoui
to ihat date to fill the seat made va
cant by the death oi Dr, Mclntyre
there is considers h- speculation ai
to the possible candidate, for the
Liberal nomination. Ii is understood
tbat a Liberal convention will be held
within thr.-e weeks and thai a |
- in nu-ii t candidate wil] be ���< 'ei ti d
of  Camrose   has
HUNDREDS THRONG TO CITY
POR LABOR DAY CELEBRATION
Union  Men of New   Westminster and   Vancouver Make
Merry in This City ���Sports at Queen's Park Prove
Huge Success���List of Prizewinners.
Dennis  Twom
stated   definitely   tbat   he   will   ":>
himself as a candidate
Mi Twomi y i.s a iiiemii- r "! the
hardware firm ol Duggan _: Twomej
of Camrose He has lived in the pro.
\ ini-, i.ir twelve years, of which elghi
v.'>-r.- spent in business lu the cit)
of Btratheona During his foui yea
residence at Camrose Mr Twomej
was a member of the flrsl councl] ol
Camroe, and was mayo,  ol the towia
last   year  and   would   ."'ill   be   I'm   I"!
bu resignation own,- to an extended
business  trip in tbe easi.
'.ntuuieu on
1'age Three).
TIME IS EXTENDED.
trtorgo on Beaver  Skins  Comes  Into Effect on   September  30.
By order '�� council dated August
li.it'".' the ���-I- '���,'������-" on ibeaver skins
leclared lrom September 1 of the
I,-, ear bj order-ln-couocll of
I. . ��� la removed until the
fed of i al month,
T The embargo le lifted until the
ilo. ol tn,.- present month because
|    ���    .;i.i  that  it  would bave j
v - ile foi  Indians and those
with thi   in,I ans of  CaBslar
MiWti to gi     ie pelts out of tin lr
JMttiSlOn ��� iiiiiiiiliceineiu   Of
i present month.
EARE GREY VISITS
HERE TOMORROW
Civic Address Will Be Presented- To Inspect Fraser
River Mills.
Mmi Bmlth, who f"r the past
even ;, _:. ,>,... occupied the offloe
if Dominion guv--rnnient fruit Inspector British Columbia, lias forward-
Hon. Sydney
Id Wi resijp   . :. to the
���*k?r, mi:...-', r  ol   agrlcultun
l��a. with th,   request   that
���feci Octobi
it
Ottilia
EN ASK
1 LONGER SEASON
Mayor   Keary    has   Called   a   Bpeclal
citizens' meeting today to arrange t<ir
the reception of earl Grey m Wednes
day. A civic address of welcome
will be pres.-nle,1. and the reception
probably   tak's  place  at   the city   hall.
A. D. McRae, general manager of the
Praser River Mills, has placed the
Senator Jansen at the disposal of thi
committee to take a party to the mill.
There will ,be tio formal luncheon, at
his  excellency's  request.
The party who will come OVer by
sjR'cial car tomorrow will be seven In
number, Including His Excellency and
Lady Grey, Lady Sybil Grey, Lad)
Edith Grey. Lord Lascelles and Capt.
Fyfe, aides-de-camp. Tbey will reach
the city about 11 o'clock, and following the reception, when a numbei ol
local people win be Introduced, will
proceed at once to the Fraser River
Mills, luncheon privately. The special cars will be held at Westminster
Junction, and automobiles will bv In
waiting to niKe the party from the
mills to Uie station without returning
to the city.
I'nion  men from all over the I"'"'
ime flocked i" New Westmlnstei >���*
t in I tii   big  labor celt-
i."id Jointly by the Trades &
Labor Councils ol   New   Westminster
ami Vancouver.
Prom early in the morning until
late a: ni-hi the celebration lasted
hing going vakli a swing owing
th ,u"ia! work ofl be managemeui
committee. During the morning the
Westminster brass and played on
thi corners ,,'. Columbia Btreet, while
inviiii,��� rs of the executive received
the arrivals who packed the cars from
Vancouver uud the tra as and st< am
ers arriving from various parts of the
distrlcl
Opening   Exercises
Thj attendance when the speakers
took their places on thi steps of tie
Agricultural building was n"i large,
the bulk of ibe visitors arriving later.
R A, Stone], i bairman of the joint
celebration commute acted as chairman and among those presi nt on the
platform wi re W, Norman Bole K C,
K. P Pettipiece, western organizer
for ine Trades ,_ Labor Congress of
Canada; President ('. F" mey and
Vice-president It, I'.. Montelth, of th<-
New Westminster Trade.-. ,. Labor
Council; J. P. McMurphy, secretary
ol the celebration committee, and a
number of members of the Vancouver
and Westminster Trades _ Labor
i lounc li
The chah man Ijj opening the pro-
ci i dings   briefly   referred   to  the  ab-
/
II'Y
FRENCH NAVAL OFFICERS    SALMON BEIEIE.3
TOKTUHE DUMB BEASFS
SUP'-? * DEFEAT
Confine  Dogs  In Cabins of  Battleship
Which  Was Destined for Use
As  Target.
of any place In Canada, or on the
American continent Having allud
ed in the Elghi Hour Daj act, um
other labor legislation us proof -if the
use "f the trades anion movement,
lu- hoped the work ol legislation
would pass to the worjtlngmen be
cause iln- member. o| the ol<j politl
cai   pain,..-   wei,.  lm  better  than  their
organisations, and worked to the detriment of the lai. ring classes They
agreed to 'h, principle ol municipal
ownei ship ol pai ks, roads, etc . and
the time would come whi n thej
would also own ih,. coal mine, the '
telegraph,  and   the  land   natural   re-1
sources    Which    wer.     now    developed
in the Interests of the gigantic corporations for iheir profit, ll,. concluded bj extending promise of i.ie
cordial Buppori of the Vancouver
unionists to New Westminster unions.
Lawyers and Labor.
W, Norman Boll . K (.' . said lawyers w, re noi ni gr al favor w.th the
working men, yi i he wished to express lv pleasure to bi aske I to ad
dress them Labor was tbe mosl
Important form ol employment, li
was Instructive for a moment to
look aa the waj In which thi  position
Of   the   laborer  bad  changed   from  the
daj of restrictive legislation, as defined y lil" Statute ol Labor rs. till
today. England where laws had
been  passed    reducing    the   working
man   to   a   stale of   slaver,,   had   setu
the resuscitation of his freedom, and
1,-d the way in modern Industrie] en-
Paris, Sept, 6.���With the indlffer
once to the feel'nga Of animals which
Is common In the l^ilin races. French
navai officers Imprisoned a number of
dogs on Inward tli,. Old warship Jena.
while she was being used as a target
recentlj to tesl the effect* of ihe gun
(Ire.
Several of tbe wretchi d animals
w, i. burn ,1 alive, while others wen
suffocated. Some thai were snui In
the admiral's cabin were found alive
but  were mad from terror,
Lose to Vancouver to Tune
of Eight Goals to Ten���A
Clean Game.
Portugal    Senas   TraiJr,
Halifax, 8<H��t. ii. Th Portuguese
steam trawlei Elite, the flrsl vessel <>I
ib,. kin.i bearing the Portuguesi flag
in come across the Atlantli In search
of flsh, arrived in Sydnej todaj for
bunker coal and supplies. The Elite
has .been on the batiks for about three
we'ks bin so far lms lm i poor luck
She is large boat and if her opera-
tions on the banks during the balance
of the s.'iisin are successful othi r
orafl from Portugal win be seni out
next summer.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
OPEN. DOORS TODAY
Coming Term Will Surpass
All Records-New Members of Staff.
PEARY KEACHES THE NORTH POLE.
New York, Sept. 6
A telegram was received  .
| here today for Herbert L. Bridgetnan, secretary of ���
* the Peary Arctic Club.   It read as follows;
X "Herbert L. Bridgeman, Brooklyn, N. Y
X reached.    Roosevelt safe. PEARY."
���
Pole J
[Petition Ottawa Authorities
to Allow Fishing From
September 12.
��� "" '������"���������    ���    ol  the '-'ms r river
I;  ,:' !:- ���'���: ��� ti   Saturday afti rni on
-A""' ���- the minister of
ly'"'- at Ottawa, pi tl
, .  ning of the flsh.
I on   Sunday
1   . e,- 12,
,     ' ipens   according
I.   ' ������'" Inesd iy  toi-
���V ii are anxious
.     oi  the im. ���
|���;��� v    ,     are  run-
Mor.   Surveys
Notice is given in the current Issu
ul the B. C. Gasette to the effect that
the following tract of t mber has been
surveyed and thai the plans maj
s en al the departmenl of lands offloe,
Victoria, or al the offlc of R, J.
Skii.iier. Vancouver, Loi 2498, P. N.
Thompson, T.  L 30,isbu,
Notice is also given of th ��� surveying of the three mineral claims, L o,
Alexandria and Regina, on lots 2,671,
2,672, and 2,6711 respectively.
The telegram to Mr. Bridgeman was sent in ci- ���
'.    The cipher was a private one and indicates %
��� clearly that the dispatch was sent by Commander i
X Peary,    The following dispatch was received here ���
��� today: ���
t "Indian Harbor, via Cape Ray, N. F., Sept. 6.��� I
X To Associated Press, New York: Stars and Stripes J
t nailed to North Pole. PEARY."        |
'�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������
���
X oher
REGINA. StbliKt
CITY CHAMPIONSHIP
Put West Enders Out of the  Running
In   a   Fast   Game���Scor.'   Five
to   One.
i i oi reporta
gating in
expec a lor   thai
0 .   Saturdaj   al   Quetu's   park   the
���   heavj   run at  Reginas  completed    their     en.     ol
victories In the city amateur lacrosse
��� championship, and   wrested  the  pen
death of sergt   huntley       "��__t   ii<'i,i  tor several  years' past   by
,w '    It,,    Westenders.    The game was ai
"     Kno/"'  Fiflur,  in  Military  Cir- ������>" ""'" oloee, and the But wonjaBl-
Cl��t    P.T.S5S    A
ly   bv   five  goals  to one.    The   Wesi
Knd  twelve had several changes from
:.,..', idd iiiy  on  Saturday the team which has oc-n doing duty
way.
en,  ," 11 ani ley,  b  resi-  for them, and crippled by the promo-
'' '     '"   'uiiisier   for   over  tlon of players to professional  ranks.
bedroon      "   was Iound lying ta his and  defections    arising   rrom    other
tii-ighbora. "      hl;"'krtoi���i    street   bv causes,   they   were  no   match   for  the
Speedy   home  in   the   red  shirts, or
.,,, y ���''!- Mr   Huntley hud for some I their ^defence,   which   however  had  a
pri0r to hk" i       bealth' ;l"d shortly  busy time in. the second quarter k��-,p-
ISe     lia,l     Si,ent     ttir__ll_-     .....      4 h..     WautPnit     slllltS
^ld
good
r   Ke-
11   the
the
greeoshlrts.    Munn p ayt�� an excellent
game in the net, while Bert Galbra tn
and   Battson did  useful   work  on  t"e
defence. The home, Mcl'had.-n having
"tne been i* ,  _U?tloJ lu">
[ Prior |lvi,U| h"-l""'a'
num th
1-at
res
tin:
hunt]
bl-l"l-H-.\i          ..i... .
I'h. .,.,-.*   ���' ..n'vmelai policeman.
'��l��,u *"-  ������'���  >ears  of age
where - '���      '���'''","' '-"'"'"'i. England,
!.:;..���.,���
;ii- rniutai
li.
thi
rile lm    V,   "ia"ves  stui  re- defetice. The home, ucrnaaen  ����'���������=
Mr. Huntley had  for  been   introduced  at  outside,  was   not
tarv'.,: .:,""   ''""""''ted   with   up  to the mark, gangster '" u'-YlA
Lsa arm. ',;., ,'",,"l1"��e Hi the Eng-lwlth   the   ball.     Coutis   again  M*��a'
���"i Provide at $1 .   l'k' mllilia ^ guished  h
'    ���    ti         ,;"" dmf Of his death Iginas,   Pat
I'^^lvilli  l!Com"11"5-
given '      Huatto,    win be
'"  rad '"""^l  by  his late
*iU pai        '. !" 1! Companies, who
the    purpose  at   !
thstm ������ at the armories
61 ' o'clock 8 Murchle's parlors
himself   In   goal   for   &***
chell  and   Pears, n.  partvu
larlv   the   formr   worked  bard,  wn ue
the   Smith   brothers  were  the  ll'e
the  Reginas'  home.
In ih- second ibe Reginas ^'l
a couple, and nothing resulted worn
a hard fought, third quarter. In ""
rourth Charlie Smith fo '.rid t!Y,n',"
and ihe gain, ended H�� '�� Dtl'v
was   bul  a small  crowd.
s, ne..  ,,f  some of  the  Invited speakers, .1.  D. Taylor, -M    P-;  Thomas (in
Ofrd,   M.   P.   P., and  C.  0.  Young, or-
gaulzer  of  the American   Federation
of  Labor.
Civic Welcome.
Mayor Keary extended the civic
welcome. He expressed bis pleasure
at being iti seni on such an occasion,
tne l,i - < i iel,iaiimi to De held In this
city. He remembered thirty years
ago how trad - unionism was looked
i with ii -i ivor. Such an opinion had long i as ��� - away, Ti id
unionism to laj wa InternaUon i] In
It , oaracter (Api laus i.) It could
be made of immense Importance, ei I
help to the la lorlng man In ��� \ rj
sphere of wor. Mthou ;h h ��� had
noi in "i, a i. '��� nber nf a trades union
himself, he was told be co ild _u illfj
having in.nv year, ago been a prln
ii r's devil (Laughter). He sin erelj
svlehed Hi" celebration would ������ a
success.      (Applause.)
H'lpmy  the  Workers.
Mr    Pi'   ph' -���   was   well   rei  Ived
,\,   the outsel    the    speakei   praised
S,w    Westminster   men    (or   taking
,,���.(,. places with an organized labor
body  in  the  tadjw rial  and cm r
Clal world. The quiet Of thai bob-
lav showed how the world was depen
dent upon skilled labor, that om- day
when work was suspended, and they
met    in    a society way among    them
S The Trades' mlonlsm movement
was composed of men seeking CO better their conditions. Take th,. trade
to which reference had been made.
priming. Formerly tne print'-s
dav was taken up with working, eat
lng and sleeping. Ai the time of
'wnioh tbi mayor had .'-ken, printers worked t*n hours a day- No*
u wa- 7 1-2 hours ln the newsroom
and eight hours in the Jobroom He
hoped the time was coming *h<v
they would nor. only be concern,',! '"
discussing hours, and wages nnd ''""
dltlona of work, bu; in taking pari
In the ^��c and hgWaUve ftfflotlons
and  improving  themselves.
Making Law�� Themselves.
H. Hoped the time would come
when tbey would send worklngmen
,��� .,,,. i.-gislatures to write tte law*
or themselve. 'Applause.) They who
,���,   rl���,   work   of  the   world   did   not
:,ms���,.es     recognise   their    impo   ;
���.,, w the community.     It was true
,,     l(1   British   Ceinmlila   they   ha 1
,,,���,  progr-sslve legislation, probablj
fiancbisi'ineiit. Th- working man
hud great political power, it lay with
Iiini to use ii with prudence and discretion. His honor closed by reference in hi- efforts in the provincial
house to aid tbe cause of labor su
the flrsl    mechanic's   lien    bill, and
otbar efforts.
The formal proceedings then tv
minated.
The   Sports.
A program of sports brought thv
afternoon to a close, the large crowd
assembled around the ov;'l taking a
keen mt're.-' in the athletic -;"vv
i.n i in the ��� H". oss ��� match, in th
evening the union men and their
frii    i d  ln  rn-  Eagles'   ban
wh- re i ���   winder of the day was
si, vn i. iting ii in rhythm to the
music of the band.
A few unique features were introduced iiitu tbe program of spoils l"i'
Ibe day. A baby show proved a
greai drawing card, aoout twenty babies being held up In the sha le of the
bandstand for thP admiration of the
judges, Messrs, C. Feeney, Babcock
and ll Knudson. Little Dorothy
Hay secured the distinction of being
ib,. best looking girl with Agnes DuiJ
can second Por the boys Charlie
Palmer and Harry Latham wre
awarded the prizes.     The pole cilmb-
(Contlnued  on   Page  Six).
Columbian college reopens today
at nine o'clock The Indications
polni to i,i" coming term by far ex-
ceeding all previous In point of attendance and Principal Sipprell slates
thai iii" college would be tilled to
capacity. Last year there wer,. 2."iil
students at the college and thi. year
tho  applications  are  far  more   than
ever   before.     Today   tli.    eoinui.ici.il,
music ami uulversltj courses mil
start, the theological work not commencing until October 1. The gymnasium begins today under Proi Hsor
V. L ('lark. B.A. And classes wiii be
arranged tor outside students In tins
department. The icommercJal d< -
I ,n un in this year Is i specially prom*
laing and will be iii charge ol Prof,
A, K Hetherington and Prof W, A.
Sipprell, B.A... brother ol Principal
Sipprell. Prof, Slpprel] form.rlj ctu
ducted a business college In Winni
pen, and arrived in lh s city :, few
days ago from l.o., Angeles, Cai, In
the course of some we ks it is ex-
jp-ctvd that a course ol domestic
science wlll l���- added and Dr, Sipprell stated thai he had reason to
believe that a lady in Toronto is
considering tb malntensuce ol inch
a departmenl In connection with the
college. The supplemental examinations in university work commence
September  17.
Miss G, Evans, It A. of Mount Allison university, N, l>. has arrived
to take charge of the departmi ni ol
modem languages, and Miss Ada
Deacon, of Alma college, Ontario,
and a graduate of Toronto university
will   take   Charge   Of   the   D  ith, in,Hies
course. Prof, lb therington bas been
spending th holidays In Cariboo, ira
v Hing from Ashcrofl to the < oast on
a camping trip. Prof, Burwash went
easi with bis tather, Rev. Chancellor
Burwash. of Victoria coll ge, Toronto.     Proi    Bui wa lh   alien,I  ,|   the   eon
Million of the  British  Association of
Scientists  in   Winnipeg     Proi   Clark
penl   ii"-   holidays  al   his   hom    in
Nebraska.
The Vancouvei lacrosse team, although i>oi\ out >'i the running tor
Hie Minto cup, yesterda, demonstrated thai im. a, still able to plaj tha
game, bj handug oui s defeat to 'bo
Salmon Bellies, to iiv tun�� of 8 to i".
A Cl;an Gam*.
ii wa ��� a good game bard through,
out, ivi clean, and almost tree from
ih,. ai'. n ations and gabfests that
haiv inane,i g larg, number of the
matches this season. The Viucou��
ver team put up ii ureal line of la-
i rosse and d bi rv, .i their ��'��� tory,
Tb,. Salmon Bellies also worked as
bard iis could I,, expe, led ol any
averagi lacrosse team, None the
iv.-s fans who wan bed the garni coul I
not help surmising thai had more de-
i��� iiiied upcu ib. game thi j could
have stretched themselves out a tew
notchi - "i��i������. and wiped oul ihe deficit thai stood i" twei n them and victory.
i he game sinned ,,(T wi II tor Ni w
Westminster Rennle got the ball
from ih. i.n������ ofl .md in . Held started
i<> move down toward the Vancouver
sticks. Then Matheson Inti rcepted
on a pass from Doughey Spring. \
few see,,nd- later New Westminster
again got the sphereand afier Just
lllly-four Bccijuids ol pla> Len Turn-
bull succeeded iu getting pasl Gibbons. Thv ball then trawl d to 'l"'
other end. where Lalonde got It and
scored at the cloSg of two minutes
and fifteen soemds.
Vancouver developed a scoring
'streak and before they were th rough
succeeded in adding two more to
their tally.
Fast Vancouver Home.
After the fnc off, i|>.. play still continued In the New Westminster end
or the field, the Vancouver home
showing at Ibis siage of the game the
Strength whlcb was the cause oi the
Vancouver victory, The green shirts
claimed a ��oal <>it Hennessey, but the
claim was disallowed by the referees,
Ravey tried a couple pl bng shots,
and failed lo seine. Galbralth caught
one Of tbv.sc in the body and was
down for a few minutes. Finally at
the vnd of two minutes of plfty Lalonde afalu sue, ceded in getting tin-
ball   past Gray.
Lalonde was the star of the ' in<
couver team and the size of the c re
In favor of the greet) siinis was is
ly   due   to   bis   work.       His   sho  ,    ,,|
go-'l were o if tbe features <    ' i"
game.       Galbralth   stuck   lu   bin.   . ,.
a l.omeiy girl io ber mst chanci     ,.
despite   the   best   Ilia,-   daily   coul      ,1 ,
he got In sboi after -hoi cu i
Galbralth nearly always sure ed . a
getiiug ibetweep Lalonde and the 1 ial,
but ihal dldu'l fizz on News...
shot over bis shoulder, or under 111 i
arm, isi fact in any old way. an I
what's more, be nearly always managed  to lllid the goal  pOStS,
After    the      third      goal    had    been
Bcored for Vancouver, New Westminster suddenly wok,, up and gol past.
Gibbons  twice In  four mtautes,  Bin
Turnbull doing thv trick the first and
Grumpy Spring the second time. Both
shots were made atter som. of iln-
prettiest combination ever seen ou a
lacrosse field.      liungfe-lluw closed the
quarter by scoring alter a minute nnd
a half of play.
The  Second  Quarter.
Th,.  second    quarter   opened w-iih
(Continued   on    Page   Four).
Iillil. SWIM!) MM.
MILES AliAINST MLN
HON. FRANK OUVER
MAY LUNCH IN Cll.
Minister of Interior Accepts
Invitation Subject to Arrangements.
M��irn ������(*i   Saturday,    September  4,
lo  the   wife  of  R.   A.   Fulton,  at   the
Royal Columbian hospital, a boy.
Exonerated Officer Reinstated.
Log Angelpfl, Cai., Sept. 6.���Thomas
ll. Broadhead, who wag lust night ac-
| quitted of a charge of accepting
bribes while chief of police, wlll be
restored to duly as a captain of police
today nnd will receive pay for the
period since his suspension, live
months ago. His friends are planning an elaborate reception of his
acquittal.
District of Columbia Men Win.
Seagirt, N. ,1.. Sept. 6.���A team
made Up of staff officers of the National Guard of the District of Columbia won the com. any team match
here today Iw-th a total score of 382.
Headquarters of New York, with 371,
and Company C, Fourth New Jersey,
with 369, were second and third re-
specllvelj'.
Finishes   in   Better    Condition    Than
Most of Llfe Savers Who Covered
Same Course.
New York, Sept. C���Adeline Trapp,
20 years old, yesterday swam nine
miles through the treacherous waters
or Hell Gate from the foot of East
Eighty-ninth street at Classon Point,
L, I.
Acocmpanled hy Priscllla Higgins,
a girl about her own age, Miss i'rapp
swam In the wakP of forty sturdy
swimmers of the United States voluntary life saving corps, who wen'
holding their annual  endurance  test.
Fifteen of the man swimmers were
forced to give up before the finish
and Miss KlggtaB, after going most
of the distance, was seized with
cramps. Miss Trapp was in better
condition than most of the men at
the e'id of the swim.
lion. Frank Oliver, minister of the
Interior, wbo is co a visit to the west,
lms been invited to attend a lisncheon
given by the board or trade.
In tbr^ course of his reply to the
secretary, Mr. Wade, he says: "In
reply I beg to say that 1 have not
been able to make any definite arrangements as yet with regard to my
stay In the west, nor do I know at
praasent that I shall be able to get
as far  as  New  Westminster.
"However, lf arrangements will permit I shall he pleased to accept your
kind   invitation."
ENCOURAGING  ABORIGINES.
A strike of stonemasons and bricklayers has taken place n France. The
estimated number of masons out is
4926 and of bricklayers, 14,307.
Indian Grown  Exhibit Will  Be  Again
Shown.
Thomas Wilson, Dominion Inspector of fumigation, who organized for
the last exhibition a very successful
exhibit of Indian grown ve_etables.
fruit and other products from the reserves, states to a News representative that this will probably be repeated at the provincial exhibition
this vear More attention will be
given' to fruit. He wlll visit several
of the reserves ln the course of the
next few days, and make arrangements for the exhibits.
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. AGK TWO
U A ; L Y   N E VV 8.
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER,
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   y0Ui  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   ah   about
wares.      Use  the  advertising  columns of The Dally News and keep abreast of the times.
Us  and  our
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVK ROOM
cottage furnisii.-d. near Lord Kelvin school. Apply 724 Princess
6treet.
WANTED���TOUNG MAN WANTS
first-class room and board, Musi
be central State terms. Apply
W.  P., Dallv New.,
TO RENT���FLTINISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
|R.  T.   PRINCE��� AUDITOR  AND AC
MONEY TO  LOAN
countant (successor to C. Hamberi,
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce; Room 7. Ham-
bly block, P. O, box 7!)5.
W.  X.  DHAPER,  li-  C.
lyeyor.      Ellard  block,
minster, B. C.
LAND   SLR-
New    West-
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING  UP   850    KOR    HACKS ANO
smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Sta
bles.
WANTED���TO
nlshSd house.
flflC
RENT,      A      FUR-
Apply at News Ot-
WANTED���A FEW VACANT LOTS
In city; give price, terms and legal
description. Peers & Ramsay,
New- Westminster, l'JS-B
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boys in the B. C, Cigar Factory at
��� nee,
LOST.
LOST���POCKET BOOK ON RAIL
way track probably .between Third
and Fourth avenues, about 12
o'clock, 2nd Inst. Reward on return to B. C. E. R. office.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
s-et with four emeralds and four
iiearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One   pearl     missing. Please re
turn to Daily News offlce.
LOST���LADY'S GOLD RING. 10k..
with emerald set in back. Finder
please return to this Offlc,. and receive  reward.
AM PRE WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
n< y to any ' R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
"iv  nr   tnr:    blacksmith  shop  on   Eighth   street.
n._J.Ma   v.,,11.     ,-..���   ,i,.,,l    ���.���   I    naint-
MONEY    TO    LOAN���I
pared     to  advance    mon,..
amount   on    city    property  or   lor      uiacKsmitn  snop  on   _i__iu   -..v.
building  purposes.      Apply    Dr.  A.      Carriages built, repaired and paint-
D.  Buchanan. P. 0., New  Westmin- j    ed.      All work  guaranteed.
ster. _
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and BUDUrban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 1.6
Columbia street. P. 0. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27. The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibres���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. O. Box 92S.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARR18-
t.rs and SOliC-tors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster.    W. J   Whiteside, H.
L.  Edmonds. 	
WADE WHEALLER & MCQUARRIE
(K C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors. Barristers, etc . I- Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143). and the Vancouver of
flee Is at No 5. Royal Bank Chambers. 40S Hastings Street  west.
FREEMAN     Bl   .   ,-, ,
RlTIN-f
Qulchon block     P.'o._H[ '''
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY i
Typewriting,   , v .    .^ \   AXD
yy; '"��� K\a
lumbla itreet     i M 62 ���'"*��� w>l
THEATRES,
MONUMENTAL WORKS,
B. C MONUMENTAL WORKS, .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, bu Idlng
stone, etc.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia  street.  New  Westminster.
GEORGE E MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie St.., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. CurCs
block, Clarkson street, opixislte the
Court House. P. 0- Box 196- Telephone Ci.
rr_        ^5.33
THE EDISON       Une, n,HV���j
Columbia   and   Elgin    nlil     '
moving  pietu.      :.;__a:. j5*
Program change. Monday, We4_a
day and Friday ���
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin l. phone 49S. P. O, Box 874.
Real estate and Insurance. Money
to  loan,   744   Columbia  Street.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D   GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT, |
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
FURNITURE
Vi. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call 81.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT-
Guiclion Block.    Telephone 338.
GROCERY.
| FOR   THE   BEST   VALUE    I.N   GRO-
ceries, phone 386.      The Pure Food
I    Supply Grocery. P. O. Box 811.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIEH,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home.L'i-own fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
1.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and  Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating Sixth
street.   New  Westminster
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner. W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, city. A line
will  bring him.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midg-t loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone    66,    P.  O.    Box  142-      Old
Dallv   News  Block.  Sixth  street.
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES   _ND i.'.i.n . taJ
lorlng.      A  :..'. ���    ,JJf
lng jus-.  In.      I: :��������� ;. :._,..���.. '.,r,,J
lng and repa
block.    Enti inces tl
and 264 Clark
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 office.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M- Morejr.
Btationery Store, J. G. Gamon s 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair.' Columbia street
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup. flnh. boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
SECONDHAND   STORE,
WOODWORKING.
WESTM INSTER WUOPW.KMNqL
Co., bank, offli and i itfltpl
cabinet, stair, sl" .. ,,-������,, :..__.ei_T
and detail work Designs uAen
mates furrl-lv: I Broofe-s, pro
prietor. Works; Corner tHm_\
and car line. P. 0. boi 251 _one|
473.
WE   UFY  AND
and   all   kind-
hand goods,
offlce.
SELL   FURNITURE j
of  new  and   second
A Speck,  near Tram
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the putlli
through the columns cf THE DAM]
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
IT   PAYS  TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
'the       DAILY        NEWSl
.
Say, Stranger!
Don't th3se cool evenings remind you that Fall will soon be upon us?
We would like to have a personal interview with you in regard to
your Fall suit or overcoat. We havs all that is NEW in both tailor
made and ready to wear garments,   and   our   prices  are  just  a   little
bit better than  any of th-
A call is solicited.
othe.  fellows.
THE HUB
H.  ROBERTSON. Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal    Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watcjes for Lad is from $1275
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' op_n case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   door*   trom   Ceo. Adams,  Grocer
,NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
	
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE.
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves \ an
jouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat.
le daily except Wednesdaj
S.S. chin in. r iea\i.3 Vancouver l
.in., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
,ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday.
or Victoria.
STEERAGE SEES
REMARKABLE CHANGE
-Result of Experience Crossing Atlantic on C. P. R.
Steamers Third-Class.
Winnipeg,   Sept.   6.���Attired   in
that vessel, and my trip was one of
tb,- most pleasant that I have ever
had. Several years ago I came out
with the emigrants sent out by the
London Times and at that time I
traveled  first clas..''
Compiring the conditions of steerage passengers on the ocean liners
now with those of years ago, Mr. Gibbons recognized a vast difference. It
was not long ago since this class of
passenger had to provide hie own bed
and bedding, his own knife and fork
and drinking utinslls. He had to
line up at the galley door and get
bis food in just such proportions and
under such conditions as the ship's
an | cook   prescribed.     Now   bis   bed   and
I.
ordinary   Canadian   homespun   suit of ibe. ding are provided and he sits at a
clothes  such a.s a steerage passenger ] talj|e covered  wltb clean linen.
on one of the big ocean liners would
wear, and  looking to all  intents  like
SULTAN   PREPARES CHOICE
TORTURE   FOR   BANDIT
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
caution.-d against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do so after
t. is notice must take all th^ risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
CIry Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd. 1909.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
S.S.  Trader will  leave  Victoria lor
New  Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves  New Westminster on   w ed
nesday.
a steerage  passenger. J.  Murray Gi.-
bons,  chief   advertising  agent  of   the
CP.R. il Europe, arrived in Winnipeg Tangier, Sept. 6.���For !.. ,v .. -
yesterda> and Is registered at the i���f making Uie captured pretender El
Royal   Alexandra. Koghi  hand  over his wealth
Mr. Gibbons could have traveled!tan lias decided to torture
first class with no expense to himself this purpose the sultan ha
but it was for the purpose of observa- a wooden shirt the insidi
tion and comparison that he paid his .wil] be studied' with sharp nails
fare on the Empress of Ireland and this El Roghl will be fastened
put up among the steerage passengers I __] Koghi js known to have large
on tne boat, shared their beds and sum_ in foreign banas which he ob-
partook of just such meals as they talned for concessions granted to for-
were  provided   w.th.    Nobody on   the vign  companies   and   refuse! to give
them  up,   without   a  guarantee   from
the  foreign   powers  for  his  personal
the sui-
him.  Foils  ordered
of  which
in
boat knew who he was until he was
five days out.
"I just wanted to make the experiment of a steerage passenger for purposes of preparing advertising lir._ra-
safety. The sultan object- to this
course and will torture the pretend-r
until be disgorges.    In  the meantime
ture. said Mr. Gibbons. "I wanted to El Koghi continues to be exhibited n
see how a steerage passenger was an iron cage placed inside of the tent
treated and whether the difference in which he occupied when lie was fight
  ' '' ing the
service was worth the difference in
rates that are charged. For a steerage passenger about J20 is charged
and  for  a   first   class   passenger  the
sultan.
New York's Three Millions.
New York, Sept. 6.���All records are
rate i.s about $100, and as I hav. Some broken by the aNew York citv direc-
two years ago traveled saloon, I had ,'tory for 1909 which has just appeared
a good chance to make a fair compari- with the natn-g and addresses of 667,-
son- J3o;i   pirsitis   in   Manhattan  and   the
"The Empress of Ireland, as you |Bronx indicating; a population in these
know, carries only the best class of two boroughs of nearly three million.
sle.i-age passengers���In fact no fore- In .he 1819 pages there are 3520
liners but Scandinavians can book on  Smiths.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, Eng-
,and, 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 of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
.ntr.    Assets over  .168,000,000....
-'E. ' WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O- D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Qua-.slno and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Abcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO HOUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leav..- Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday, Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 2. and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouv.r
une 18 anil Juiv 2.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Ueatrlc- leaves  Vancouver
une 13 and July 3,
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen  City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and everv two weeks
thereafter.
and   Information
For   reservations
call or address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Asst. Oen.  Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J.  Vi.  TROUP,
General Superintendent  victoria.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN     HOMt
STEAD   REGULATIONS,
Any availably Dominion Lauds with
in the railway belt In British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any per
son who is th. sole head oi ,t famiij
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the v-xtent of one-quarter section' oi
100 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land ollice for the dlstrloi
ln which the land is Situate. Entry
by ptoxy may, however, be made ��n
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform th^, conditions connected therewith under one 01 the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, If tne
father is decaved), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm In the vicinity oi
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satislied by
such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by hlm in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may b. satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-on.
J-ear9 at an annual rental of $1 per
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate Of
flve cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of th. Interior,
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
S. S. TRANSFER]
The   *'< vi. r   '! -���'���
Brackman-Ker whart ���        meekdQ
afternoon, except Bai ird     ..    ;
for Ladner. Stevi   ' '������.. pi>.\
Saturday al  I  p.m . r I I      -     X-'|
Westminster Batur,
Returning,   leaves   SI  ���        *tt4_
week dav morning   ��� 1  laj
Additional    trip    '���: a   j   _jra_J|
leaving New Westmli iter il J a-11
This  schedule    - . v'l
without notice.
For freight and ;    -���-.--: rate! .|
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE.
turns'
___>
Canadian Pacific|
Railway Co.
LABOR  DAY  EXCURSION RATES
���Fare and a third round trip :Mm I
on  sale  Septembei   3   Septemwr
good for return to Septen
Double     transcontinental
daily,  with  Pullman  I
lng cars.
Mftto
Atlantic   Express   leav it si
9:06 >
m.
Eastern   Express   leaves bj ' ?
St. Paul train leave? a: - '���"���
Cheap excursion September ������
l'or full particulars, apply ��
C. B. FOSTER, I'-- G0'��� !��.
G. P. A��� Vancouver     &?��������*��
Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet In hot
Weather. For washing underclothing Ir is unequalled. Cleanses and
purifies. ������
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passengers, mall, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter rervice.
For information apply tr,
J. H. ROGERS, Tr.ifflc m mager.
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pioneer Limited,"    St.  Paul to
Chicago, "Short  Line,"  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains In  the service on    any
railroad   In   the   world  that   equal   ln
equipment  that  of the  Chicago, Milwaukee &  St.  Paul Railway.      They
own  and operate their own  sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons  an excellence    of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent
134 Third St., cor. Alder Po>->land. Or
The Question
Where to buy furniture ' oea. as
a., good
Is Answered
by  directing you  to the stow    ^
you can see the largest stock   ���
and second-hand goods ol an "
the city. ���       , ..,, ..i;_tor
I have a splendid Oream -',
or sale, nearly new. ..0_
Come and see bow mucfl """jju
can  get  for your    money m>e
elsewhere. ..     tvp.
rtepalrlng of enns. n'''1'^'13, Vt__
vriters, and light automatic ��
ry and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STOKf-
Jolumbls  St.      "Man nr,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'pnoDi
13.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEWS
bifflce 'Phone lis.     J"rn
Columbia Street-
Baggage   dellverea   prompt"
any part of the olt.
Light and Heavy H��*l
6  OFFICE-TRAM ^nT 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE.
T" """""vita Victoria
Dally at U P-m. dii��'t
oris. ,
-Dally at i" u��. u"d
A|aslia   livery   Saturdiiy   a.   U
Bupert -Kvery  Saturday
Will''
L_ io ii'"
fro Victoria
SPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
MEAT8 ICOLUMBIA    STREET     LOCAL
PROVEMENT    NOTICE.
flu Prlnc
Ken Charlotte laland-SecoiMl
p?      ,,.iri, , uli.
i^mo   Union,  Comox-Tues-
fcfSSW at I p.m, Saturday
lv awl
IT"
Nanaimo
Paily  at 2  P-m.
FROM
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Fraser rlvw to   Chilliwack
Steamer
��%* ^.ints-Steamer     Beavw
,d   we��tSnster at s a.m. on Mon-
*w5SSw :,"d Fri"''y; miin"
?���   ChllUwacl.   al   7  ��_,'"���  0D
i'    Tli:.vl'��   and   Saturday.
UJfcrtWr particular, call or ad-
,,|, ootTLET, Agent,
New Westminster.
Central Meat Market
PHONfc.   S/li.
���OWELL * ODDV,  proori��ti.r��
TS ARE
fROM BEST SOURCE
Thi Municipal Council of the Oor-
poratlon oi ih- City of New Westmin
���ter having y resolution determined
and  specified  that It is desirable toi
carrj   oui   the  following  workB,  that! 	
Jorner Elf bta Bt an��   Fifth A vends Ig to _
(aj To construct  a  sewer to be (New York Tribune Praises
known .,- the "Columbia Streei
iSewer" nn Columbia Ntrvet. between
Mix..;.  Btreei and Fourth street.
lb) To ctustrucl cement sidewalks
lan both sides of Columbia street between    McNeeiy    sireet    and  Fourih
Btreel  with necessary retaining walls
Ind   tbat   the   said   works  shall   he
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
Class of Settlers Entering
Dominion.
New
carried   oul    n   accordance   with   the
Vork.
[I    ,-.
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains  Every  Day in the  Yea*
BETWEEN
Sept.   ..���The   Ti 11,Lii-
unfortunate   thai    the
l'nited Slates is not in a |osition to
take advantage ol the advic ot Jas.
J. Hill and iurn away immigrants
who  have  ui be  reclvlllzed.    A   Bet-
LIVING  IN   PARIS.
.
CITY   VOTERS'   LIST.
Notice is hereby given tbat the
Voters' List for the year 1.09 bas
been completed, and that the same
may be -seen at this offlc. for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
,       .     _, to the said Voters' List, or any elec-
tlgned.    The  less* is on  a  quarterly   tor who ghali ,les!re to haVv ,iuy ���,ime
erased  therefrom;   must  pi_fer his or
**te W��y On. Rants  _n Apartment |B
the   French   Capital.
An apartment should be seen on ���
sunny day before engaging, und It Is
aot  legally   secured  until  papers  are
basis. Payments are made ln advance
the 15th of January, April, June aud
October  and  occupancy   given   up  to
her  request  in   writing,   signed   with
his or her name, and shall deliver or
these  dates.    But when  inteudlng te   cauBe  "'    be  delivered    to  the  City
Asr-t.  I
ii   Poster,
a  pass, Agent
Vancouver
ll. 0.
he Royal Bank of Canada
(ln-irpo
tai Paid UP
Fund
Assets
rated 1X69)
ft-
, .$ 4,700.000
.    5,400,000
. . .55,000,000
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE
THE TRAIN OF FAME
NORTHWESTERN'
LTD.
provisions ol the Local Improvement
General Bylaw, 1909.
i And ib- City Engineer and City
Vi ��� BOr bavlng reported to the Council in accordance with the provisions "er from the Western States who
of the said bylaw upon the said works|move8 :" Canada carries with blml
giving statements showing thej001 ��"1> money and ambition bui re
atnounta estimated to be chargeable si,*<'1 llir law and famillaritj with IU
against the various portions of real application Ol Immigrants who this
property to be benefited by the "aid -country received many show no ten-
works and other patlculars and the dency to become assimilated into the
Bald reports of iho said City Engineer body politic even after they hav.- ac-
liei-n adopt- e-ptcd citizenship, and ii la a note-
worthy   fact   that   the   vasi   majority!
leave the tenant should give bis three
months' notice before the flrst day ot
these months. Full ure to do this and
neglect of th* governmental tribute ot
a stamped paper bold hlm to a furtbel
three months' liability, as many a ru��-
fui American can witness. To avoid
this lt ls merely needful to buy n
stumped sheet of paper for 8 cents of
the tobacconist, legal vender of all
stamp*, w-rlte tbs notice thereon and
give It to tbe landlord personally ot
send It to him by registered letter.
Tho concierge, although be collects tbe
the    time hereinbefore
W. A.
Clerk   within
-pcilied.
DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Clerk's   Office,   New   Westminster, B, c, September 3, r.i09.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
FIRST   STREET   SEWER   NOTICE.
Embodies the  newest  and   best idea.- '-11111 City  Assessor bavin
tor   COMPORT, CONVENIENCE, and^VoLe^S.     giv.n    thattljo     '    .,.-���: -i
.UXURY.      It  ls   lighted   with   both gald  report(   .,,..
open  for  inspection are immigrants eiiner p rsonaiiy    or
electricity and gas; the most brilliant  al the ofllce ol ih- City Assessor, city within   one   generation,     .Men     who
illuminated train in the world Tht   Hall, Columbia street, New Westmin- have  Bought   United   Btates   for  free-
Mer.  B.  C, and  that unless a petition   (1<"11    "   what   they   held   to   be   l��
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local Improvement General By-law,
rent and bas full charge of the hous*, 1909," notice Is hereby given that tho
ts neither authorized to let the apart- assessment roll of the "First Stivet.
ment nor to receive nottnes. In the Sewer' local Improvement Is opesi for
paper signed by tenant and landlord Inspection at the Office of the Asses-
the former guarantees tn return the s��r in the City Hall, N-w Westmln-
spartment In good condition, and lf It  *te .   British   Columbia,   and   In   case
pay on leaving, but care and economy
tn anil boles make tbe damages slight
--Circle Magar.lne.
VENUS  OF   MIL0.
Ancient
|H ami oui 01  town accounts
[swings bank departmen
SOll-
L. - ! Domestic Exchange and
';..���-. c eqtl . bought and sold.
S'.y     transfers effected.
|Xe��� Westminster,  B,  C.  Branch,
F   SHUTE,  Manager.
iy
"iiiiipiiient consists of private pompart-
*    ' ' against    th<"     proposed     works   above : tolelalil,-   opposltxti   criticise   tne   lai
ment cars, standard  16 section sleep   mentioned signed by 11 majority of the le��8 onerous  laws of the country  to
ers,    luxurious dining  car,    reclining owners of the land  or  real  property which   tli- y   bave  come,  even   before
chair cars   (seats   free),   modern  dm  "' ���"   assessed or charged In respect they ean speak its languages.
���_,   .       ���,,,,-,    ...                a         _   Of  Such   works   representing   at   least       "< anada  is  to  be congratulated  up-
coaches and buffet, library and smok- on> ,]a|f ,_ __]ue ��____. |98preMmtt(j on   hs  good   fortune,   becau .   U   has
lng cars. ,,,  ,,���.  council    within    fifteen  days millions of acres of virgin so 1 which
For   Time   Tables,   Folders,  or   nm   Horn  the date of the first publication Wi'it  "M|.v tor the farmer and railroad   The   ._moua   Ancient   Statue   In   th.
further information call on or write      "f   thi��   ""''"���   tbe   Council   Will   pro- to  become  rich   sources  Of  meat   and I Louvre at Paris.
".-I �� ih the proposed Improvements Brain  supply. One  of  the  best  types     The Venus of Mil.  In the Louvre,
F. W.  PARKER, Hinder   such   terms   and   conditions   us of   American   citizenship,   lhat   WhlCli   pBrta| u supposed bv some to lie tho
720 Second Avenue  S.Mtle. Ws."h   to  the  payment of the cost  of such bas  developed  soil ol our own  coun-   work 0f Alexandres, one of the Asiatic
  Improvements as the Council may by "'.'���   lor  generations   Is being drawn   fi    k Mulptorg,    It ��� Baid that ^
law   In thai  behalf regulate and de. across the northern ,,,,,,��� ,,    rbeyare the statue bearing the artist's
ue  and   also  to  make  the   said not  mere  laborers,     -hey  may  work
assessment. ! with their hands, bul they have train-
Dated this 1st day of September, A. ed minds which enable them to grasp |
D   1909, 'le- opportunltj   and a sense of civic
W. A. DUNCAN, responsibility. Their migration makes
City   Clerk. Ci,nada   richer  at   our  expen.-,..    Mr.
Date   of   first   publication,   the   2nd Hill would earn the lasting gratitude
Iday of  September   1909. "'   this   country  if  he  should  devise
' some   means   of  keeping   these   valu-
' able assets on our side of the bound-
Mail Service ary li,le
is frenhly papered, pulnted and waxed   Y.' "* "',''' '"' ""y .'"''.'" ,ln,tY,,st''a' "l
there  wlll  doubtless   be something to
T  Grand Trunk Ry,
iu ui
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago. London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
ATUMtjfsTEAMSHIPS
QafefJ
PU U_l_��Ci7C-J
Tou wi 1 ilni .t to your advantage
arrange your booking at this office,
...  -       Intend to travel or send-
ir friends.
Sailing F.-orn  Quebec,
mpreiso! Britain  ..   .. September 10
For other dates and particulars ap-
1} to
B. GOULET,
C. P.  H.  Agent.
and arrival ol malls at the New Wes
miuster post office, the hour given In
each  case  being the Hour ot closing, ���
And all the principal business centers of  wl"rl'  '* half a"  ll0ur' as a rule, be-
n.-.,,m   /.TT1.D1./-1       1   .u    madi    'ore  the-ac-.ual  despatch.    AM  mails,
OMAKIO. QIihllEC and   the MAUI-   ,,, ,   .   ,,,,,..,,      ..���,_j   ...   ���..,,.,,,.,,
-riMi.' ppntminra unless otherwise stated, ar. nespaii-.u-
riME PROVINCES. ,.a .,,,,,   recelved (,;ll,y except  sund.y. |
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ano'1'1"--   "n,-v   mails   dispatched   and   re- |
Cook Receives
lireat Welcome
I Continue,!   from   Page  One.)
������"II.AI.M..M..A. ,.,   ^ ,r,   .v.i.   ** t J ^.^ ��&?�� InC.S  �����  ��� - hiimai,  being had
the   way   malls,    8apperton,    Fraser'0
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VA_X.
'Mills and Coquitlam.
Assistant Gen'1 Passenger and Ticket
A(.ent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
Mails Despatched.
--%?
S_n_i
C:00   a.ui.   (closed  at   eleven  o'clock
MAKE YOUR ap._al 10 the public the  previous  night.���Vancouver    via
through the column, of THE DAILY ,U' N- B- ��.,1 ,  _.        .     ,.,.
1        a b a.m.���Vancouver aud \ ictona via
NEWS,    The  Morning  PaBer. |R c   j_,_ectri_  railway.
First C. P. U. east taking all points  wa-
east Including Langley and district.
The mail for AbbOaSiOrd and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, aud Matsqui are despatched by way ot Vancouver,
_ a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, In- j
clu,ling all I'. S. points east aud soutb; j
'and Hails Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Minoi Street
SEATTLE
The Minister of Commerce, in proposing the htaltii oi Dr, Cook, paid
a warm tribute to bis noble deed. He
1 banked him for spending a little time
lii Denmark and said that the privations of the explorer were appreciated most by the men of Denmark ther.
whose nam. s were written with honor upon the ic,-rocks of Denmark s
northern colu.iv. When the nation
first thrilled, he said, he uiu*t
confa��S8 there was _ un- scepticism.
but afterwards it was confirmed, and
he hoped that Dr. Cook would try for
the South Pole with the same success.
Praises  Danes.
Dr   Cook  replied   4.1  a   few  words,
modestly  saying  that   it   had  been  a
name was destroyed for the purpose o_
cuusing the king of France to believe
tbnt the work was more ancient than
tt really was.
It was discovered on the lsiand of
Mllo In lfiStO by a peasant. It was Id
a niche ln a wall which bad bees
burled for years. Tbe Marquis of Rl-
vere bought It and gave lt as a present
to Louts XVIIL of France. It ls ta&SS
f 10111 two blocks of marble joined abovw
the drapery which envelops the legs.
As lt now stands lt Uu. two blemishes,
which bave been repaired by modem
irtists. The tip of tne nose was br��
ken when lt was found and also the
toot which projects beyond the drapery.
In point of fact, lt has a great dean
more resemblance to a goddess tha*
to a beautiful woaian. At one time tt
was dressed in clothes of a modem
sort, and the effect was anything but
^leasing. Tho figure of the statue V
���ot at all adapted to modem cloth**.-
V��a�� Toria Trthtnu.
Bj of the Properties Included therein
desire to appeal from such assessment be shall, within the period of
eleven (11) days from the first publication of this notice, give notice to
the undersigned In writing of his Intention  to appeal.
Dated this .1st day of August, A. D.
1909. W. A. DUNCAN,
Ciiy Clerk.
Date of first  publication,  31st day
of August, 11109.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneauie.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West.
minster at _:5U, 6:5., 7:20 aud SiOl)
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 ami
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ror New Westminster at 8:00 and D:00 a.m., and.
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
Great  Northern  Railway.
N.W.  8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle
F.ATES :
Room  $1   p-r  day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50  per  day up-
room   with   bath   $2-50 per  day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.    1 j,,,,-.days   aud   Saturdays
Tke Av.raa* >�����._.
"The  average   mau   when  he  ts   s
boy," a trifle involved)/ ruminated ths    jV.
old   codger,   "decides   that   when   be P-m-
graws up be will bo a drum major or �� ^v.  N.   vV
bandit,  triumphantly   survive  battle* P-m-
shipwrecks   aud   holocausts   and   gal- ~"v'
kmtly protect Innocence aud beauty in S"   '>���
distress.  But the average buy when bt a -I, '
becomes a man finds himself so Uusf lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m
satisfying tbe appetite of the always p.m.
hungry     mortgage,     endeuvorlng     te Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m
achieve  but  never attaining the em. p.m
oeuce of  being the  bead of bis own
11  a.m.;
N. W. 4:32 p.m.;
W. 12:10 a.m.;
eimeie. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, andlhard day but  that   be had never en-l
aai   rdays joyed  a dav  better,    h,. praised  Ule I
All Surrey malls are received from ; Danish explorers' work, and said thai : household, chasing at the earnest so
Cloverdale 'except Hall's Prairie, Ha- lie owed much to Denmark for Ins lleitatlon of his many friends the po-
.e.n.eie and Fernrldge, which arrive on  success. | Utical prominence which forever eludes
the  Port Qulchon  tram 0.1  Tuesdays j    "I thanked you very much for your   him, selecting tho particular brand of
Warm  and   eloquent   words,"   the  ex-: health fodder that will Injure him Uk
ar.   Seattle
ar. Seattle
ar. Seattle  "
ar. N. W.
.  ar. N. W. '
ar. N.W. ll
li 11-
ID-
ar. N.W. i'
 ��� I    11:00 a.m.-
AII outside rooms, with hot and cold I Central Park
wa .r s'vitn bes
phone. 'Hus meets all tralus and hoats
CARLETON   GILBERT,  Mgr.
least, running after or away fron:
something or other, getting off a fev>
well chosen words, trying to collect 01
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 am., returns at 5 p.m. to-
city.      Leaves  Thursday,  4  p.m.,  arrives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Lastertrook Milling  Company,
Eburne.   IV C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7-25   per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$6.75   per   Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR    $-1-50 per Bbl.
Vancouver, Victoria and jilorer Said,  "but   1   am  unable to  ex-
via B. C. Electr.c Rail- press myself properly.    It was rather
Ion. distance tel*-  way. i* hard day  tor me,  but   I  never en-
12:30  p.m.���StrawDerry    Hill. Tim- joyed a day more.    The most Import.
berland  and  South   Westminster,   by ami   factor   in   my   journey   was   tbe
courier (Tuesday and Friday). ,_sqmni;m_ and dog world, and I can-
1:80 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier, not be too thankful to the Danes for
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, toy courier.     their care of the Esquimaux.
2:00 p.m. (Summer mouths nose at Ready to Stand Test.
2:30  except   Saturday)���Ladner,   Port,    Asked why  he went  0.1  the expedi-
Qulchon,  Westham    Island  and  Sun- tlcia Dr. Cook told a newspaper cor-
luiiy. daily except Sunday: Woodward,   respondent.  "1  did  not   do  this  thing! Inhabit this land of the free bis mes,    Leaves  Guichon   6  a.m
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via   merely  for sport, but  because  1 tooK   friends are walking slow behind hits  dav'arrives  8:50  a.m.
"j, c. Bruce."      (Steveston mail des- a   ,Vill   interest   in   the   problem,     li . and saying that Bill was a pretty goc_      Leaves  N   W   3:50  p.m.  dallv ex-
patcr.i I an I received via Vancouver.)   would noi  do me any good to Invtut   feller  but���and his women friends ar* cept Sunday;   ar.    .uiohon  at 7  p-m.
_.;:u    p.m.���VauLOuver    and    Pipei   these   things.    The  only   w-tnes^s   1   c_,n_teuedly  wondering bow soon tbs  	
Siding, via ii. N. 14. 1.0.in. had  w.re  two  Esquimaux,  certainly, _,,,, ^    That._ a,,
rdale,   Nu-oinekl,   ana  bul  In all  Polar expeditions
evade that which ls Justly coming tc FM&y at  3.-0  pmii  arrives  in  city
aim, placating his wife's relatives, ac- 0 ,    . _     _
' f ,       ,   ,, ��� .        ���.,.��� Saturday at 9 a.m.
cumulating    baldness,    pointing    with ' ,
prkle or view-ins with alarm, and so 00      Leaves Port Oulchon at 1 p.m. on
and so forth, that before he has time to Tuesday,  6:30 a.m.  on    Friday, an*
be   anything   more   protuberant   thaa 6:30 a.m. Saturday.     Arrives at Port,
one of the ciphers of the millions tha', Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday:
each  wees
Mcf.n_r.Tls ft f^    PLOTO AND FEED  MKUCHAN'l s
1
New Westminster.
Telephone 3.3.        ,
CI��3E?
���Y.
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. Mills, Timber and
rading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Of
Manufacturers and Demere in Att Ktna
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
f'ish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
p.m.���moverdaie,   .\1con1eKi,   a_u mn  m an  roiar expeuuions, o.v rva-1
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday, tlcas have been made by one mn.'. 1
Thursday, Friday and Saturday;  lyne- ragard the Esquimaux as much more
head on '1'h''.-,in."  aud Friday; Hon Ac- in, lllgeni   I:   finding   positions   ''ban
cord,   tuesdaj  and b'riday. the white man In the Arctic.    These
.,.,,,1  ,,.,,,   -Vancouver and Burnabj ;��� .<���������,. .,. a  rule, ar.  not absolutely
l,i%v   vi',  1 j. c.  Electric  Railway, Sal- Ignorant.   They  know   that  the eai-th
lima,  an extra mail i-- despatched to is round.    They have a name for the
Victoria  via  S?ancouver at this hour, poi .  which  tbey   call  the 'Big  Nali.
Blaine nnd Seattle, Including all U. They  appreciate the work of explor-
S. points easi and Bouth, via u. .s. K ers   when    participating    therein,    1
������Flyer." think   Rasmusscu  has  obtained  some
6 pm.���Second C. P. K.. east, i-'ra Information regarding my expeditions
Ber   yiiu'g,     This mail iai.es the ��0. frotfl the Elsqulmaux, who have learn
low iiv    local    oiiu-es:      Martlet   and ed  it  from  the two with  me,
Port Moody, I'.i Meadows, Port Ham-     "1  am quite prepared  to place my
,n,l   poii   Haney,    Mission.    Chilli- observations befor,.. any geographical
society   In   ihe   world.     1   lliiiak   there
is   no  doubt   about   my   obtaining  au-
wlll  marry  again.
there ls to tbe average man.'
-Fuck.
SentjOn Approval A
wack,  Harrison  Hot Springs, Agassi.,
Lytton, Llllooet, Spenees' Bridge. Nlc-
aiul   district,  and all   points v-ast | thoritntiv.   recognition.     I   offer   my
except Kooienays. j observations to Science, the same as
Mails  Received. other  men  have  dciae,  and    1  accept
,     e.,,,,,1,   in.  th   responsibility,
6:46  a.m.-BU���ue  and    B��ttte,  in       ���As % J of ,���    p.,
eluding all Ll. fa. points, via G. N. K-  R   _,..���   ml__g u     ,   took  ^^ m
"��wl-  - -   photographs, one of which shows the
F .RMERS ATTENTION!
Umber A,way8 in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
��yai City Branch, Columbia St.
P_r*~*-~.
Teleoh
on. 12.
New Westminster
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
llailway.
j    ii:ii0 'o 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hin,
Iby courier (Tuesday an.l Friday).
9:30  a.m.���Vancouver  aud  Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:01) to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, fort
Qulohon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Van-
.couver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (fret train)
I Sapperton,   Fraser   Mills   and   Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Ceniral Park
and Fraser Ann.
1:30 p.m.���Blast Burnaby, by courier.
2-30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including ah 0. S. points.
11:40 p.m.���Second Mall east, and
losed mull from Sumas, arid Seattle,
ncludlng U. S. A. matter, and also
Fni se>- Mill's.
American flag flying. These have not
as yet been developed.
WILL SUPPORT WINNIPEG
CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION
Regina, Sask., Sept. 6.���The Saskatchewan government has definitely promised support to the Selkirk
Centeruial Exposition as the result
of an interview with a delegaticu
from Winnipeg Saturday morning.
The delegates were informed that
the matter was 'beiing favorably considered, and that in the course of a
week or ten days the government
would state the amount which , it
would expend on the Saskatchewan
building r.i.id exhibit.
One  Word'��  \l��nnfn(C..
English Is a most remarkable lau
gtiage. It has some peculiarities of uu
extraordinarily rich vocabulary and
others of the poorest aud most barre.
tongue, separate words for minute dis
, Unctions ami single words thnt bnv_
mauy meanings. Many examples ot
both peculiarities can be found iu tin
Dialect Dictionary, an English ptilill
cation. Every farmer's boy knows bo.
to use the words lamb, sheep, ewe ac_
ram, but h*w mauy of them would b.
I able to define tbe words tag, tup-hog,
j teaser, tvp-seg, tup-yeld and stx tooth.
I each of which fixes tbe age or tbe se.
of a sheep? For example, a tup-ho;; is
a young ram before the first shearing
On the other band, take the word
sack. As used by people ln one part
of England or another lt may mean a
neck of mutton, the bones of a dead
horse, a blow, a sharp pain, a kitchen
fireplace, part of a band loom, a reach
Ib a river, a font, a pathway a mt, a
gap ln a hedge, a flying cloud, to pour ofl
Hquor, to stack. These are the unnsu.',
meanings, and there are others mote
sommon ���Youth's Companion.
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Malaga Spain, Sept. 6.���A mounted
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Moors In Morocco.
and
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boyhood and subsequently gained celebrity by his skill In designing horses.
Once the proud Duke of Somerset employed Seymour to pulnt a room at his
seat In Sussex, with the portraits of his
running horses. Having admitted the
artist to his table, he one day drank to
bim, saying:
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full 14 Kt. Stlid Gold-cut
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The Daily News
Put.i-h-d by The Dai.y News pu.lis...
Ing Company, Limbed, at their offices
The Dally \ews Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
E.  A.   Paige Managing  Director
THE  DAILY JEWS.
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TUSDAY,
SEPTEMBER
,7
1909.
ing  th-se  and  of   their  d sposil  and
use.
With the knowledge that other
��� v-trie. not less richly endows by
Nature thas ls Canada have suffer-d
.-��� -: lsly -.hiough the misuse of their
resources, it was a prudent act of the
Government to appoint this conservation commission. The result ol Its
labors will be of considerate interest, and will certainly be of great
value both to this provinc. and the
Dominion at large.
LOCAL    OPTION    WORK.
in some  good   work,  the  result of  ft
all  b-lng  that  New  Westminster  did 	
not   score   until  th,-  close   of   1",   n__     ,
ntas    of    play,   when     bil.   Turn^in   L"9Ue W'"  Be 0r9ani"d ���* La^
turned the trick.
?*��>". HPTl^ _
Vancouver
���..Gibbons
McConagQy
Math, soa
COMING  INTO  ITS  OWN.
PURE   MILK   SUPPLY
A  National  Ntceasity.
If it waa necessary to have any assurance  that    New    Westminster 's
coming  into  its  own.  that  the move. There is no more far-reaching prob-
~  -    .         _   ._       .    ,             ����� lem  b.-for^  the    people    of    the day
ment   toward   the  attainment   of    its .       .!_��_��      , ,X    r_o_ >_.��t.  tvJ
than that of a pure milk supply. D<<c-
na-.urai Importanc- is now well coder lors and st.jbmjsu are at on. in rh';ir
way.  this is to be found  in  tne fact assertions that the health of the child
that the city has been honored by the is more seriously   menaced   through
visits of   so many distinguished p.-r- Impure mhk than through any other
,"    ,        ,                . channel       In Chicago ther ar. muni-
Sonagea   during  the  last   few   months cijja,  iuw.   t-or���jddill-  the delivery of
and   that  her  renown   will   be   recog- m|i(( jn any but _eaied contaJners, In
niz-d   by   the   pres-nc-   of   others   in New   York   milk  mu.t be  pasteurii*: _
the neai- future before   it receives   the seal of official
_.                                ,                         approval.      But  the proverbial coach-
Time  wa.,,    and  that   not  so very ;J^,,^..    can    ,,/ ^    ,g dnveQ
kmg ago, when    the    Koyal City was through and through these ordinances
scarcely known in otlu-r parts of the by unscrupulous milk dealers and the
Dominion, and  was    a    veritable  un- . peril  is  aa  great    as '-ver.      For  instance,     the    so-called     "Commercial
known  place  beyond   the seas
But
Pasteurization"  consists  in  sup_heat-
atttsulon     	
All  tnis  is good  to know
pasteurization" consists in superheat-
all   this     Is   rapidly     being  changed.   jng  the   milk   for  bU[  a  f,w   mmn[os
Thanks to tbe untiring effort., of the which may or may not kill the dis-
Mayor and some of our best known ease germs and is liable to destroy
citizens,  as  well  as    .   zealous  inter-  lhe  necessary   and   healthful   ferment
,  ..      n__   ,    ,    _ .       , ,   a-lements in th milk,
est  of  the  Board of    Trade,   the  old       Th..r). lg one   onl>.  r���al,v saf..  and
time   capital   of   British   Columbia   ts reliable   source    of   milk   supply  and
now  receiving quite a plea-ant in as- that is  to have the  milk  evaporated
ure  of    public  attention,        Visitors and packed in sealed tins und-r con-
.: ..       . .    ,       , ditions of i lf-a.1 cleanliness in  such a
and tourists, disttognished and ordin- factory ._ (. . 'g,  f;harl>.. CoBd^inK
ary, are giving us a call, whilst capi- company at ingersoll. Ont. Here a
talistg and business men ar<_. regard- mammoth modern plant, gov.-rne<i by
ing   it  with   no  slight   amount  of  in-  tu* highest  ideals of cleanliness, and
.,...��� operated by over 100 employees, drawg
terest as a place worthy their earnest  ^ ^ ^ Qxford QJ1R<y mi,k ^
ply through ov��r 90 special dairy sta-
V-t  it  tions scatter...   throughout the county.
ls  no   more   than   the   Royal   City   is  The milk is handl-d witb  scrupulous
.  , ., ,, ,, ,Y      tare,  i.s  evaiKjrated  and   packed  with-
rightfully   and   naturally   entitled   to, out ar)mixtll[e of ar]_ des'cr.ption and
It  was   the   knowledge  of   what   was  jS shipped in seal.-d containers under
our city's due that  made it so  hard  the    names   SL    Charles   Evaporated
to  bear  the  easterner's  smile of In- Unsweetened   Cream,    aud  in  Sliver
,a  ii     -a.      ._      ,,- _ -.).-,-    Cow   (Sweetened)   brand,   guaranteed
credu i-y when the cams .ud advan , '   '  ,    ,   .fl    .  ,    ,
to kee;, pur., and safe Indefinitely in
tages     of     New     Westminster    were  anj- cljmate.
brought to his notice; to se- her re- ' Tliv St Charles goods can be dilut-
ferred to as a "penitentiary suburb, ed and instantly produce the same
and other    like    appelations  applied r'ch P'tre. fresh creamy fluid that left
_.,__.,. ...    . the  Da: .rrfans  palls,
which inferred ridicule and scorn;   to      There  ,/ not  .   houSehold    in    the
luow tha; great people had passed land that can afford ro overlook this
by and had not deigned to notice our 'healthful, safe, always pure milk and
fity's existence.
mess and disappointment w-ili be,
y the happier condition of its
future prosperity and greatness, with  y^  J^^
Th��  Teams.
New Westminster.
Goal.
Gray	
Point.
Galjruith	
Coverpoint.
T. Gi.ord W
Defence Held.
J.  Gifford Clarkson
T.   Marshall    Godtrey
G. Kennie	
Centre.  __^^^^^_
T.  Rennie    Longfellow-
Home Field.
Vi. Turnbull Hennessey
C.  Spring    Murray
1.   \\inteu"'le    Allan
Outside.
la.  Turnbull Ravey
Inside.
G. Spring Lalonde
Summary.
FIRST QUARTER.
Westminster���L. 'iurnouii .  .
Vancouver���Lalonde	
Vancouver���Ravey	
Vancouver���Lalonde	
Westminster���\ \.   turnbull   ..
Westminster���G.  Spring   . .   .
Vuicouver���Longtt How   ..
SECOND QUARTER.
Westminster���L.   lurnouil   ..
Vancouver���Laionde	
Vancouver���l^ai'mde	
Vancouver���Ravey   	
Westminster���C.   Spring   ...
Vancouv-"'���Ravey	
THIRD  QUARTER.
Vancouver���Ravey	
Vancouver���Murray	
Westminster���g.  spring   ...
\\ estmlnster���Wintemute
FOURTH QUARTER.
Westminster���W. Turnbull ..
Penalties,
A meeting for the purpoi*. of
'gani-::ig a local option league on th->
jlVlta will be held in Ladner _��� v.
Tuesday evening. The meetiig will
be held In tbe town hall commenc ng
at �� o'clock, and al! Interested In
the local option movemewt a-e invited to be present. An organization
was made locally last summ-r and It
is for the purpose of perfecting this
that the meeting is called. It is proposed to have the president of the
movement In British Columbia here
a public meeting.���
.,       ... ,.,..��� . - ia.- it .      at      a,,
G. Matne_<��_  gh(jrtJ_ [o _ddr(.s
Delta Tim, ��.
"GET   THE   HABIT'
PLATES
Now _ your chance to get Plates
at less than cost. "Emerald"
Breakfast Plates; special display
Saturday,
Great Carpet Display,
SEE  LEE'S WINDOWS  FOR  NEW.ALL
RUGS
AXD
J4 sec.
..2:16
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PER  DOZEN.
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO  SHOW  YOU  THR_.._
MENSE  NEW  STOCK  AND GIVE   YOU   ALL   thp 0UR IM
IN  OUR   POWER.       WE  ARE BUSIER   THAN   I^I^7^
K IN this d_
PARTMENT.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
r - -i Street
...7:33
���M   Sec.
.14 .-ec.
.. . 4: lo ' We buy for cash and sell for the same
...4:45
.4:41
.4:16
PUBLIC   MEETING.
min.
Secuid   Quarter���\i.   Matheson,   1
min.
Third   Quarter���G.   Spring   and
Conaghy, . min.
1-oun ii Quarter���McConaghy,
Officials.
Referers���W.   Miller     and   W
braith.
Timekeepers���J. J. Johnston (Westminster), C. W. Murray (Vancouver).
Penalty timekeepers���il. J. .Major |
(Westminster); J. Williamson (.Vau-I
couver j. I
Goal   umpires���Dr.  J.   L.   Jones and
"Baa" Kennie  (Westminster), and H. ,
Fowler and G. W.  luck (Vancouver)
��� Ti"..      Having    just   received   a  telegram
,J:i.   from   Premier   McBride   Stating    thai
His  Excellency  the Governor-General  w
10:11   would   visit   this   city   ai   Wednesdaj   ���
next,  I  hereby  call  a  public  meeting
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WRITING   MATERIALS,  OFFICE   SUPPLIES    BOn_. I
MAGAZINES,   AND   IN   FACT    EVERYTHING    It     """^    I
IN   A   FIRST-CLASS   STATIONERY   STORE    WILL   _      KEPT    li
IN   A   FIRST-CLASS   STATIONERY   STORE
IN   OUR   STOCK.        WE   CARRY     THE
KEPT
_________________________ LARGF    L   ^ F��m
THE   CITY   IN   OUR   LINE. WE  BUy'foR CASH LP"   '"
THE   MANUACTURERS.   WE THEREFORE  SAV E 1^
NO  DISAPPOINTMENTS  IF YOU   DEAL   ��� T EY'
of the citizens at the City Hall on \n
Tuesday,  the  7th  inst., at  10:80  .i.m. i ���
Mc-lto  consider  the  test  way   to  arrangi    *
for a suitable reception of His Em ,-i-   ���
jency. ���
W. H. KEARY, I
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Mayor's   Offlc*-.    New
September 4,  1909.
Westminster
B.  C.  FISHERMEN'S   UNION.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
But  th-se days of cr"am  ��*pply.
and dealers.
Sold   by   all  grocers
a    fifty-thousand   population,    streets
teeming with busy life, the wheels of |
industry   humming   loudly   day   after!
day, anj  great  ocean  vessels c ,.- ���
gated at its qua;
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. 0. O. F��� AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of tnlg looge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum-
bia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'cock. Jas. 1-ergusou, noble
grand.    Vi. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
There  will   be  a   meeting  h-ld   by
thr-  B.  C.  Fishermen's  Union on Saturday, September 4.  at  2 p.m   ki the
j Curtis   block, and  every  fisherman  Is
: expected to be present.
JOHN  W.  BRODW1CK,
Secn-tary.
Suffer Defeat
l Continued   from  Pagt  Onej
A. O. D. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. 0. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street'.
OUR    NATIONAL   RESOURCES.
sonle  hot   work  u.i   the  part o:   Van
  Icouver.     Lalonde got in a swift shot,
Among many admirable objects ac- but  Sandy   was    there.      Longfellow
compll8hed   ,,. ,,,. Dominion Govern-H*."*    somewhat    exhilarated by
the plaudits o: the throng, showed a
ment las: session was the appoint- di..;MJiition t0 get fresh with Tomm.e
men: of a committee to consider and Gifford. Tommie, however, bad a Ut-
report upon the conservation of the] tie heart to heart talk with him and
natural resource, of Canada. The LvnY-llow showed more discretion
.    , ,,  u   for  the  remainder of  the game.    Bill
; sonnei of the commission, which TurnDuli dr(.w Br8t ..lw: for me
has Jus! been made public, Ls one Quarter by scoring off a pretty pass
' - ��� nsures the very im.-Kirtant from Wintemute. A moment after
-: of this body being done in a'll'e faced!., W. Matheson in a rough
., . ', ^.^     .-cuffie in front of the New  Westmin-
thorough  and  carefu!  manner.      The  _fcr goa,   y, Len Tuf_bull acr0Bg [ft,_.
���    live,   of    British   Columbia rj_s vi-.h  such good effect as  to lay,
ar>-   the    H_i.    William   Templeman,  him   out   for   several   minutes.      For
Hon. F. J, Fulton and Mr, John Hen- tnih  Waldo took tue fence ior a ten-
dry.      It   would    pe difficult  to  tind  s''"!- ,  ... ���.     ,      .       ,  ������ .,       ���,
Imuii-diateiv   on   tru-   resumption   ol l
aree public men to whom the weighty play Lalonde got in on. of his light-
interests   of   our   province   up<xi   the  nxig pluys and scored;   time, iMi s. cs.
commission could be so well entrust- T1'e g^al  was protested, but the ret-
( d erees would not allow the protest and
Dr. Jones retired. Fowler, the other
As we remarked st the time the goal umpire, went off on a protest
creation of thL- commission was an- from New We-tmin-ner, and Bun Hen-
nounced, the ac.iu of the government uie of this city and Goji'ge Tuck of
Ls a wise one. The natural resour- Vancouver too* their places at tue
ce. of British Columbia alon, are ho ^ ^ resUmption of play Lalonde
extensive and valuable, and must go: the ball past Gray alter fourteen
play so significant  a part in   the de-  seconds  of  piay.      Two  minutes  and
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the fourth' Friday in the
month at . o'clock, in the -mail
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FltATEKNAL ORDER OF EAGLE'S,
Aerie No, 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. in the Eagles
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Altch-
eson, W. Pres.; Ii. Schofield, Secretary,
.OARD    OF    TRADE���NEW  Vt EST-
minster Board of Trade meets in trie
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thur.-.day of each mouth;
quarterly meeting on tbe tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
THE WINNER.
FOR AUGUST
Did you draw a
winner? Here
are the numbers
51.871,
30.499,
50,192,
57.171,
59,561,
56,603,
56,622.
59.324
73.542
47,059
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of P.
hall.      Chief, W. Suinerland.
...-._....,  .j,   v,aj.       i wo  minutes  anil
velopment "and prosperity of the prov- a   Quarter   'atrr  liavf-'.v   ���""*<���   on  a
.    ,                        . Icag snot, and  then  Dougnev  Spring
luce,  * .at  U  is  -rnporunt  that  steps gaV(J   U)e   New   WeatmlnBterJ  ran8   a
should be taken to ascertain the exact chance to cneer by getting past Gio-
ebaracter  Of   these   and    provide  for boos,     Ravey fininned the quarter i.'
,__.i-_________ scoring after aoout hve minutes' play.
t_*_r   future    preservation    and   us
British  Columbia  possesses' very   vai
uable  natural  assets in  the shape of
The Third Quarter.
In   the    third     quarter    each   team
lr.   ... ���.    �� r lu   l-u,3     miiu     quai i,.r     each   tean
lu   .���i   forests,  itg numerous   rivers  -scored twice.      Ravey opaned bv get
_nfl     at r< _ ,,,.       .... ,     ,.        ..       _. 1.1���..    , _.     .      _i _. * /_
atid  ite  wealth  of  min
and   stream
vrals
The area and character of the dm
ting in a nice shot, on a pass from
Alien. Four minutes later Godirey
made a long run down the field U_d
passed   to   Murray,   who   .-cored  On   a
.O.O. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall.
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. G-; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M. ; L. O. L.
No. 1150; L. O. L��� No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683. I. O. F.; C. O.
F. Court Westminster. No. 330:
Brotherhood  of Owls, Ne.t  No.  HV.
If you did you are entitle,] to
a   109-piece   China   Dinner   Set.
Each   month   from   the   dupn-
catsee of the coupons placed In
the   sacks   of    Royal   Standard
Flour   leaving    our    mills   we
draw  ten  numbers.    If you are
fortunate enough to secure one
of  the.^.  you   are  entitled  to  a
Dinner    Set    free    of    charge.
There have been many Winners.
It    may    be    your    turn    now.
Watch this paper every month.
Royal   Standard   Is    a   better
flour���not  merely  different,  but   .
better,    it b. the best and pur- ��
est flour on the market In west
��rn Canada today.
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you bow it : er to buy our
biyh-class bull ling material)
than  It  is -,i , -   ��� . ;;���;:���
er kind. We ean . ol '���-'
buildings bul't with i ..- oil*
rials that v rer : : i3ri
We can point to wnw otiim
that need repairs all the tin*
But they were n- : I Jill of OOf
materials. See where real
v.   . Dees lie.- ?
SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware Is the kind  V()��� give the brl I
Kind .'_'-.    'Vr "^'V^-m. h.r f.-art'wlth '���Vi:
Kind to give the couple to cheer them al] throti
Kind   that  pleases  Hubby  and also pleases Wife!
lif,
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATCHES
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For Tired and Sweaty Feet use
j RYALL'S  FOOT POWDER.   It
��� does its work.
-   ---,        passeu   lo
her of  tiiks  province  Is  probably  un- ciose, swit,  shot.
equaled in anv of the other provinces'    ,l was '" u'^ Quarter that Lalond
.,: the DominKm, and It. whole future  fnt ^ ho^ fof llltA'aDZAAY'T
,0011.1   to  zero  for  a few  niniiite.   by
deptndg upon the rightful and proper almo-;     killing    himseii.        Lalonde
u��e and  dl��_aosal of  ibis  magnificent  chas-.-d the ball through a gap In the
heritage.     Only in a somewhat small-  fence, but failed to notice a rope that
er degree does the future  welfare of  f'ad  j*g ^tched  across  it  lor Uie
______ . Marsh-Shrubb    race.        He     tripped,
the province depend upon the preser- comlng down on tt_t. graVe, wuh a
vatlon of Us waterways, for these are sickening tnud. He was knocked out
Of thfc utmost value, both as a means and uad to be helped oft the bell,
of navigable communication and a_ a! Marshall going off  to even-      Wmle
he   was     off     Grumpy     Spn;ig,   wno
source of power.     Moreover, ther* is plByed  a w))lrlwijlcl o( a gli_.'   got
what  migiit   be   termed  a   balance  ol' jpast Gibbons.
usefulness between these two natural |    A minute   afterward    Lalonde and
resources, the continue 1 existence of ^Marshall came ua again.     Wintemute
.. ,   ,      , _,    i closed   the  Quarter iby  adding  one  to
the one being in a great measure de-l     w   u.t,sUl^lsle,.,_   tJa|ly    ^nt6^ute
p-udent upon  the other.      That lg to  put up a first-class game throughout,
nay,  the    depletion    of    the forests'doing some   remarkably   pretty   work
would    mean  a serious    interference jin tlle ne'd-
with  the  depth  and  How of water in j Westminster  Scores.
tne   streams.       Th.    minerals   of   the |    The fourth quarter was almost  the !
province comprise all the metals mosi   hardest of  the  game, and  toward   Its
commonly used for Industrial ;ud ar-|0'ose  New    Westminster    bucked  up
,.        ���,.      ,, .   |;_d worried the life out of the Van-
lisllc purposes, a.s well as 00.1.     It is ^ ,,,.,������      ,���,,,���,.,. jn ,,ry   )|<)v...
well  therefore  that  attention  shouldlever, proved himself a regular Btone
be 'given   to  the  methods of  recover-, wall,  and   the   Vnncouver define,- got
RYALUS
THE DRUGGIST AND j
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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OPENS   ON   SEPTEMBER   ..
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rn_m _ ..T'NG  G��0DS  UNE'   AS  W  AR  CARRYING A  FULL      "
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Columbian College
Fall Term Begins Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9 A. M.
W. t.__h  m!?��. * f��.UrSe:  m0de--n methods-two practical ��MW��|��*
course. '        '  Univer8ity    High    School    snd    P^ic Sch��
__��/9#. expferl'nced '"��"-uctorE_Gymnasiun, instruction given to student, free of charge.    For rate. for board 0r tuition apply to
W.   J.   SIPPRELL,   Principal- TU
��SDAV, SEPTEMBER 7, W*
THE  DAILY   VWW8.
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PACE  .IVIS.
GORDON'S      [SPORTING NEW5
fig Dry Goods House
New Fall
Millinery
Our Fall Millinery is now open, and
we have on view our new Fall
Ready-to-Wear Hats.    Here you
will see the latest styles.
JUKIOHS LOSt IN SENIOR AMATEUHS
! HARD-FOUGHT GAME BEAT VANCOUVER
Grandview Proved Too  Heavy For the   New Westminster Retain, the Trophy
Local  Team  in  Preliminary Offered  by the  Trad<�� and   Labor
Match in Vancouver. Council.
MISS   HAASE   IN   CHARGE.
Tke Fashion Centre
New Westminster junior.-, went
down I,, defeai before the Grandview
team of Vancouver yesterdaj the
sco . being three to one. The game
which w.i> played on the Recr.atlon
park grounds, as a preliminary to tne
'sen..,,-   game,   was   bard   and   last,   bill
Hi. Grandview players proved too
big and Weighty lor tnelr opponents
The teams lined up as rollows:
New Westmlnstei -Goal, Fecia y;
point, Battson; cover point, Gregory;
d, fence field, Atkinson, Turnbull,
ivi i     c niie,    Ponton;     borne  field,
Wilkle,      1���      Sangster;      outside;    P.
Sangsti i,   Inside, Johns.
Urandvle. i;,,al, Bailey; point,
Davis; covei point, ,\. Arnott; d<--
1'ine field, .McGregor, Plumsteel
Duncan; centre, .1. Arnott; home
inl'l. A, McConaghy, A, K\ans; out-
Isidi .   VV,  Butler;   Inside, E. Odium
The teams played with only eleven
11..ii each.
George  Tuck  acted as  referee.
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
' It will pay to buy your groceries from
C. B. DEANS
Canadian  nr   Tarnation   Wheat
Flakes,  per   pkg 35c
Wheat Flakes  in  bulk,   4   lbs.
Ior 25c
Golden   Wesi    Ilaklng Powder,
12 oz. tin 20c
This is a good baking powder.
M-pound s ,��� I. sugar,
.$1.20
Schilling's   Best     Baking   Powder, per tin 25c and 40c
Chicken   Soup,  2 tins  for   ..15c
Clark's Pork and Beans, 3 cans
for 25c
Fresh   Ground   Coffee,     special
at, per lb 25c
FOOTBALL
Rovers Win Hanusom. Trophy.
I!,. Westminster kovera carried off
a trophy nt the Labor celebration yes
terda. for the victory over the Bham-
rocks in an exhibition match. Their
form ui the first tootoall gamte ot the
svi-,,ii gave ibe support.,.- some Idea
-it their prospects, and the only trouble appeared to be that Uu- opposing
team was too weak for them, Nine
quills in inn- was ih.. tally, and pb_j
throughout was absolutely one-sided.
lh,. I,,inl team w;v as follows: Goal,
Shawcross; I,inks; Morton unl Lyon;
lia'ves, Craig, Sawyer and Lock; tor-
wards, Johnson, Hooper. Hurren and
Robertson.
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lat Grade of Watch
Dm you require? Something high-cla.ss
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you-and guarantee them, too.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmake* and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
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Shrubb   Quits   Race.
The race between A. Bhrub i
nnd Marsh at Recreation pink.
Vancouver,   last   night,  proved
rather a fizzle, Shrubb quitting
owing to bis sole leg ill till
eighth mile- .Marsh coinpl- I
ed the distance.     Ubrubb says
li,-     iniii     run    against   Marsh
Th,-   amateur   senior   lacrosse   team
of New Westmlnstei Bcored a victory
oevr the Maple Leaf team of Vancouver yesterday    afternoon  at   Queen's
park by n score of s to fi, thereby Securing ihe handsome challenge cup
offered b> the Ne. Westminster
Trades & Labor Councl.
The game was well contested
throughout although uol until the last
quarti i   .11,1   the   teams  gel   down  to
work
In the first quarter the n ds hud
It all theli own way and Vancouver
had not scored when the-whist!. evi
In Hi, second the visitors got busy
and made three tallies to the locals'
two, making tb.. score at hull time
���", io :: The third quarter showed
som, inst play on both sides. Vancouver notched two mo,-,. In this quarter. Westminster adding three to
their scon;.
Purdy did much of lhe shooting and
worked liard. MacKenzie and Swini-
son both did good work, Sangster
was hurt sufficiently to fore him lo
leave the field, an,I Wright, of Van-
, ouver. vein off to even up. l'or
Vancouver McCuaig starred, the two
Gunn brothers and Sumner playing
good games, There were no penalties.
The Teams
New   Westmlnsti ,- Vancouver
Goal.
Mi mn    Vernon
Point.
Digby   ....   I'".  Matheson
Coverpoint.
Peai son    McCuaig
Defence Field.
H. Galbralth      Calder
Patchell    Martin
ll.  Qifford    ,.E.  Matheson
I''ill re.
II   MacKenzie A.  Wright
Home  Field.
Fitzgerald    B.  Gunn
Sangster    D  Crookall
A. smith  g. Gunn
Outside Home,
Purdy Fraser
Inside  Home.
Swanson     Sumner
WHERE?
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Prices lower than the lowest. QUALITY IS OURS. It
will .pay you to see our stock before buying your House
Furnishings.
W. E. FA I-F.. 612-618 Apes Streel
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NIGHT  CALL  81.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six  Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS LEAVE CARRALL STREET DAILY AT 1:00 AND 1:30 P.
M.  FIFTEEN.MINUTE SERVICE  FROM  GRANVILLE  STREET
STATION.
TEN  DOLLARS REWARD. The regular meeting of the Barten
ders' International League, Sunday,
September Bth, has b<;en postponed
For information leading to the arrest to Sunday. September 12th, at which
and conviction of th. parties who meeting business requiring the at-
broke into the dressing-room of the tendance of every member will be
West   End   Lacrosse   Club   at   Moody  transacted.
Square    and    stole     certain    articles I SAM   GILFS.   President.
Hi .efrom. P.  PAULSON',   Secretary.
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Bringing   Home  the  Spoil.
It was an  enthusiastic  team  which
reached  tin- C.  I'. R. depot  with the
Hudson'. liny trophy for amateur lv
ernsi. wen at Uie Lul,'',' Day vie ra;
tion nt Mission city yesterday. This
'bus been won twice in succession and
now becomes ibe property of the club.
Tl,.- cup represented ,i triumph
over the V. A. C- team of Vamcouv r
by the score of seven goals to nothing,
The team wis composed ('t: Goal.
Cotrtts; point, U. Ea&tman: cover.
Battson; defence field, R, Oormack,
_. Mm K, n/ e. aiblej ; centre, D.
Bartlett; bom,, field, .1 Gifford. N.
Kiuny. C Smith; outside, V. Mc-
Phaden;  insid-. F. Hume,
FIRST   RACK���1,   Dave   Weber;   2,
'/lark  AdamS;   3,  My  Bouquet.
BECOND hack- i. Fancy; 2. Mauritania; ������'.. Altamore.
THIRD   RACK���1.   My   Pal;
lomeia;  3, Alclblades.
FiiiRTii   RACE���1,  Anglefaoe;
Drfvld  Boland;   :, Col. Brady.
-IFTH     RACE���1      Long     Ball
David   Storma;   H,  Len  Row.
SIXTH RACE���1, Ll  Molini
micbllda;  3, Prince Winter
SIIVIIN'TH      RACE ���  1,      Silver
Knight; 2, Boggs;  :'., Realeg.
..   Bo-
Do-
THIS   CUT
EASTERN    LACROSSE.
Saturday's Scores.
Cornwall  4, Tecumsehs 2.
Shamrocks   ",,   Nationals   4.
Capitals 1,1, Toronto 4.
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Northern  Crown  Bank
HEAD  OFFICE,  WINNIPEG
A  WESTERN   BANK  FOR  WESTERN PEOPLE. .
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL $6,000,000    ���
PAID UP CAPITAL .....'    $2,200,000    ���
CRICKET
Standing   of   Clubs.
Won.   Lost.
Westminster vs. Nanaimo
Tbe all-day match between the
I Westminster cricket club and the Nanaimo eleven, at Moody square yesterday, tpded in an tasy win for the
I visitors by an Innings and 61 runs.
IThe local team, who batted first, were
jail out for IS runs, and only made 29
Isi the s-cond Innings.
Shamrocks
Torcsitos .
Montreals .
Tecumsehs
Cornwalls ,
Nationals .
Capitals    ..
2
4
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fi
7
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Ml   receive every courtesy, wheth-r their account    J
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4 Sunday's Games.
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��� Aberdeen 	
��� Spokane	
4 Portland	
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��� Tacoma  	
In*fl��r N. H. MACDONALD, New W estminster.
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Interurban  Line.
Car.   fn-   ���
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and
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.       -every   half
^ves Vancouver at
City Line: Cars leave tram S
offlce on the hour, twenty mln- 4
utes   after,   and   forty    minutes ^
I' m.
-   depot   every
'       'or  both  Sap.
Hm.ts over the
tw
ent j.
after, commencing at 8:20 a. m.
Sapperton Lme: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
thp hour, commencing at i'.ev
a. m.
Sunday service half-houny he-
1 ween 8:30 a. m. and 11. P- ra-
B
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Vancouver   	
Yesterday's Baseball
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(Morning game.)
Aberdeen	
Seattle   	
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Seattle     s
(Morning game.)
Vancouver	
Portland   	
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Vancouver   	
Portland	
(Morning game )
Tacoma    	
Spokane   	
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Spokane   	
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$in00 for the first prize and $1000
for the second. Conditions will be
as in tiv Minto series, the majority
of goals In the two games to count.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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THE   /sTtAft.
*_> Artie. Is  Man-are le Thla Be* at
tb.-Orieal
tn sti matters of sentlotent tke
%rsb's Instinct ls sure. If yon ��aa
appeal to Sim on any ground of hospitality or generosity, says tbe _ut__l
ef "In tbe Desert." ynu hare s bold
sn him.
It used tc be the boast of Arsfc pea-
try In Its best days that It "*_?Tet
praised a i_a_i except for what was la
fclm," and the habit of judging t__-oct-
ty snd wltboii: regard to surrounding*
has aiw_��_ tmrv dn Instinct of tbs
race. All those evidences of worldly
prosperity and success which rurs
tbe heart of the Anglo-Saxon t_ wstsf
leave the Arab unmoved.
Tbe Arab is an artist ln menmttn. i
pp_e_!,er a certain sheik, wbo was
once my traveling companion on tbt
Cpper Nile. B tall. lean, keen faced
Kan, of a complexion almost black,
with a glitter on it like the sun polisi
on desert stone*, who walked among
tbe fell:'.',-' ou the crowded deck like
S chief a::.ong his slaves.
With him I shared the same narrovi
corner of tbe deck He was strict 1��
his religious observances and at the
appointed hours wonld spread his mal
on the de, k. turn In the supposed dl
rectlon of Mecca and then kneel and
rise and kneel again, bowing with
his forehead to the ground In tbe lm
posing attitudes of Moslem prayer.
Quick at detecting the least slen of
consideration or respect, if we stop
ped talking or moved to make room,
he would treasure up the courtesy and
when hi= prayers were over turn aad
acknowledge it with a grave gesture
and a smile that seemed no conve*
tionai grimace, but expressed tbe tu
tsmUou irf a deliberate friendliness.
Be Drerr  on   Sight.
Mart Hoover years ago. when Ka*
ess was not the cultivated commoa
wealth It has since become, had sent t
consignment of com to a nommisslas
merchant In Kansas City The mer
chant telegraphed. telHng the consign
or "Tour credit Is 121.40. Draw or
me at sight"
P.ut Hoover was mad. He had ex
p*cted his money, and none came If
felt be bad beeu duped, and hs trea'
���red up the grievance. One time
���boot six weeks later, the comni'sslos.
man came to Hoover's town, got oui
Of the bus and started to walk do-*r
the street. Hoover saw him and in
stantly drew bis revolver and flred
Hi. eye was fairly good. The bullet
ent away tbe merchant's necktie an*1
TOfaiteaed his collar.
Then Hoover put up bis gun.
"Thf.t's expensive sbootin'," said be
""ant I reckon you're as sorry as 1 am.'
*W_ftt do yrj mean?" demanded tb��
torn, constable, arresting the gun mat
"He told me to" sal J Hoover, sor
prl.^i
"Told you to?" demanded the wbln
ehee'.vl cfty man. "I never did any
thiLg of tne kind!"
".ou did," said Hoover And, draw
lag out t_. reiegram, he read:
" -t'raw on me at sight'
*�� done ��." said bs.
Men-of-war en Paper.
Each man-of-war Is built upon papes
before a single plate of steel Is forged
Not only are the length and breadth
of a ship decided npon, but tbe naval
constructor can tel! to an ounce how
much water she will displace when ber
armor and guns are mounted upoo ber.
how n.any times ber propellers will re-
voire ln a minute with a g'.Ten pressure
of steam end bow many tons of coal
an hour must be consumed to at'aln s
certain rate of speed.���I>o_doa Graphic
His G'oomy Life.
"What." asked the sweet girl, "w��a
the ha;p!e;t moment of your life?"
"T_e Lapplest moment o* my life."
answered the old bachelor, w_.-; vrbea
tht .-''���������eeler took bs.k an e__a_e_ieai
ling tt_d gave me sleeve Units ia er
flfe*___*
The W��y W Wsreh.m.
^ome rou:.i: women In England hs"����
kegnn to d.-e^s out and out like men
Tn--y wear a long coat ent ilke a bunt-
I.-..- cost, a cap. riding breecbes and top
bo---.. It Is a han.is ���-. e costume, and
it - not i-ii.,.l. t. but undaribtedly it
Bttr ts i g a-Ki deal of art��<nr;oa. Tbey
have been te Ung tn Lan 'on a nary
r. ���.. r girl wh,, sdopte. this rid.ng
r _��� Pull _g '.,, I .- bcrae one after-
noun. ��-he a_ld to lu arti-suu who was
p��l���lng, -t'au you teli me. if this In
Ihf w;t.y to Wareham'-'' Tb��> mac look
ed lier ov�� carefully, then be touched
ki�� '-ap in a re-p*:.tful manner nnd re
p. ed. "Tes. miss, yes���you ��e��ia t��
���sv.. g'n 'em on all right*1
How Biimsrek Kepi l_p Steanv
In tbe evening I went to l_!3Ei,.rck*i
loose. I was placed upon tbe sofa In
front of a table covered with teacups
tad bottles of beer and also with ber
rings and oysters. His new highness
(Bismarck) speedily arrived and sat
4owa by me. He began by consuming
Innumersbl* oysters, herrings and baa
end drank beer with soda water**
Hoheniohe Memoirs.
Hundreds Throng to City
For Labor Day Celebration
iContinued  from  Page One.)
ing contest was a new feature, each
contestant bii_g required to climb.
erith '.be aid of climbing irons, three
forty-foot poles. Following are the
winners  of   the  athletic  events:
No. i.���100 yard rate fur boys under
11   >ears.
Firs; ;i'.2v. Zither value $5.00,
I nated by J. H. Todd; second prize
valu-   (2     '    j jr.ated  bv  Lvtton hotel.
i. F. Vert;  2, J. Wintrip.
So.  t.���T."> yard  race for girls under
11 years.
First prize pair tan shoes value
13.50, donated by Johnst"n's Big
Shoe House; second priz.- bottle perfume value .2.50, donated by Mr. H.
Ryall.
1, Helen Salt: 2, Nellie Chsndler.
So,  I.���100 yard race for hoys under
Hi  years.
First prize value $2.50; second
prize value $1.5"; third prize value
$1.0.. donated by Mr. R. Elley.
1. Walter     McDonald;     ..    George
..,:������-.        John  Vernon.
Nu.   5.���T.'j  yard   rare  for  glrl<  under
in years,
First prize value $3.50; second
prize value $1.5 tl rd ; r.ze value
$1.00, donated by Mr   P   Bllodeau.
1.    Gertrude     Rainey;     2,    Eunice
Walmsley; 3, Marjone Rolpb.
So. 1.���Fat  Man's race, .n yards.
First prize box if B C cigars,
value $3.75, donated by the B. C.
Cigar Factory second prize leg of
mutton value $2.50, donated by ' ���
Fra.er Valley  Mi at Market.
1.  Sball-nberger;   2, D.  Boyle.
Xo, s.���100 >;tiii  race for onion apprentices only.
First prize hat value $5.00, donate!
by   R<   I  & Co.; : '.   prize  pair   of
sh ��� value $3.50, donated by ...
M itheson.
I  -1;  2, O.  E. Allen.
So, 'J.���Three legged race.
First prize value $3.50, donated by
\V. i_. Sinclair, and two b"xes of tea
value $3.50, donated by George
- - nd ;:iz.- ?ack flour value
?. ������. donated by C. A. Welsh, and
������ ��� mnds coffee, donated by Adams
&  I" ins
1, A. W, Gray and W. Sangster; 2,
J. McLachian and G. Monk.
Xo. in.���Tug of war. Vancouver
Trades and Labor Council vs. New
Westminster Trades and Labor
Council.
First prize valu= mi 00, donated
by Xew Westminster Tyj "graphical
Un'on; second priz- value $5.00,
donated  by the  Holbrook  hotel.
Westminster    team,    two    straight
pulls-
Nn.   11.���220  yard  race.
F rst  rvlze value $5.00,  donated  by
J    Chappell;   second     prize     b<>x     of
cigars   value   $3.75,   donated   by     the
Pioneer Cigar  Company,   Vancouver;
third   prize     umbrella     valu,-     $3.50,
ited by J. E   Brown.
1, Jack Hoult:   F. Bib .eau.
Xo. 12.���Fouto race, union men only.
First prize  valu--  $5.00,  donated  by
John   MrDonalil;   se ond     prize     h','.
value   $3.5".   donated  by   M.   J.   Phll-
;.[..-: third  prize s., k of potatoes.
1, W. Bibby; 2, F. Black; 3. F So-
bey.
So.   13.���100  jard rate  for all  union
in, n except cigar makers.
Fir_;  prive value  J"     I,  donated by
the Clgarmaker.s  Union;  second prize
\al_e   $3 7'.'.   donated   by   West     End
-rv;   third   prize  value   $1.50,   by
Benwell. Peart  .. Co., Vancouver.
1, E. Brooke:  2, J. Doni
Xo.   l 1.���Obstacle  race,   120  yards.
Firsl   prize value  $5.00,  donated by
M.  Gowan;  second  prize value  $2.50,
lo:   ted  by   Laars en    a:    Ame;    thlr i
prize value  $1.50,   donated    by    Ben-
!'���   -- & C ,.. V i ni  'liver,
1,   C.   Worth;    2,   F     Black;    ..   W.
Fryi r.
Xo.   15.���t-'idie~' nice.  ,-J0 yard-.
First  prize value  $5.00   donated  by
I    .   : -vi..-;.      J'a.-b-.-s'      Int> ri.ati,rial
L'nlon,   Xew   Westminster   Local,   oX.
��� .   prize value  $3.00, donat-
���  -  Nelson;  third   j'rize value
5. Ion  ���������:   '..��� x- Is Nelson.
1, Mrs. F. Black; 2, Mrs. J. Mun-
day;  3,  Mrs. Craig.
Xo.   16.���High  .lump.
Flrsl  prlzi   \ tlu    $5 00, donated by
A, i:   Peters; second prize p pe value
:  by J. G. Gamon;  tl
; rlze ��� Sporl     jars, d mati I
bv John  R.  Smith,   Vancouver.
1,  G.   Wor I :   -'.  J.   Ho lit;   :;.  Mi r
'
Xo.   IT.���liron.I  Jump.
:���' i      pri.    '���    ue ,   lonated bj
B. F second valu
���?. .'���-���"��� mon: third
Ti .-  rs,      lonal   1
by   ���       Ti ��� '' gar     ' lomi
V .'.      IVl .-
1, \V. Gray;  2, G. Worth;  II. Peter-
son.
No.   IS.���Vaulting.
Fii ��� prive value $r, 00, d nati >��� by
.1 'M. Wlsf; second prize box Beaver
'igars value $3.75, donated by F, J.
I-  n h.
1, A. W. Gray; 2. J. Craig.
No.  19.���Sack  race,  union  men only.
First prize value $5.00, donated by
, Innis  &   Reid;   seconod   prize  box  of
j Xorthwest       cigars,       value       $3.75,
donated by James Feenev.
1. F.  R. Black;   2, F. "s   Black;   3.
|J. Wintrip.
Xo.  20.���Half  mile race.
Firs;   prize,   value   $10.0",   donated
Iby     the     Bartenders'       International
1 League of America. Xew- Westminster
Local  No.  7S4, and  Xew Westminster
' Plumbers  and     Steamtitters'     L'nlon;
se   >.-;d  prize, value  $5.00, donated by
Thos.   Freeman;   third     prize,     value
$3.50,  donated by W.  J. Kerr;  fourth
j prize,   value   $2.50,   donated  by   Van-
j stone   Heating   an 1   Plumbing   Company.
1. J.  Hoult;  2. F.  R.  Black;   :;.  W.
Fryer;   4,  F.  S-   Black.
No. 21.���Pole climbing contest, union
men   only.
First prize value $10.00. donated
F. Swanson and J. Treechy; second
prize value $5.00, donated by El. G
W. Sait; third prize value $3.75.
box of P. & R. Cigars, donated by-
Parson & Reynolds.  Vancouver
1.   C.  A.  Shepard,  1   min.  ,J5 Bees.;
2, W. James, 2 mm.:  3. N. B. Butter, ;
2 min. 30 sees.
No. 22.���Ladies' race. 60 yards.
First     prize     one     dozen     cabinet
photos,   value   $7,.On,   donated   by   Mr
Ritchie:  Second  prize,   $2 50.   donated
��� by  Vanstone Heating and     Plumbing
m pany.
1  Elinor Stage:   2.  Mrs. F.  Black.
No.  23.���Girls' race,  60  yards,
First  prize  ladies'     silver     buckle.
| value $4.00, donatd by W. Chamber*
, lin;   second     priz,-,     perfume    value:
J. 50,  donate,] by F.  J.  Ma  Kvizie.
1, Helen Salt; 2, Ada Cambridge.
i Xo. 21.���Smoking race.
First prize pipe value $3 50; sei ond ,
prize cigar case value    $2.5";     third
prize     cigarette     case    value     $1.00. j
donat- i  by J. I'.  Blair.
1, F. R. Black; 2, J, Wintrip; 3, Sober.
No.   35.���Null    driving    contest    for
Indies only.
First prize valu-  $5.00,  donated by I
J.   A.  Le-:   seen'.:   prize  value   $4.00,
, donated  by  J.   Meyers;     third    prize
value  $3.50,  donated  by T.  S.  Annandale.
1,  Mrs.  F.  R.  Black:   2.  Mrs.  _.  ri.
B 3, Mrs. Knudson.
Committee  Men's  Race���
1, D. Rog-rs;  2. G. E. Pierrot;  3, E.
Montelth; 4, C. Feeney,
n_���
Best
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Schools open on Monday next
and we want all students, both
young and old, to rememb.r
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   SCRIBELERS   FOR   5c.
on   Monday   next.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665  Colurrbia   street.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17. Group 2,
New  Westminster Disnici.
Whereas ;ir.)f of the loss of <er.i-
fica-��� of title number 2396F, issued
in the name of John Bernard Johns'n. baa been filed in this office.
X civ is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
��� the date of the firs: publication 1, re-
of in a daily newspaper published in
tl: city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the -aid certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objecticij be
D    :    t0 j,,.- in writing.
C, S.  Keith,
Ic-   I "   ic gisl: a   of Tit es.
Land Ri .1 ' I 'fii' - New Westmlnsti r,B   -y Av is   30,  19 ' I,
60   YEARS'
r'ERIENCB
His Great Failln*.
"He's a good friend of yotirs. laat
knr
"Oh, only medlern."
"What do you mesa by medium?"
*Oh. he listens while I tell hlm aS
ttt my troubles, but hs also wants m��
to listen while ae tells me all of bta."
���-London Telegraph.
A Good Deal Worse.
1  ���_ bad to  walk the floor all uigftf
With tbe baby    Can you think of an>
thing worse thitn that?"
"Yes; yon might have married ov
lb Greenland, wbe*. Um *jgbts are sl*
- -nfhe ���
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ae.
ATiynno_ndlng- hbketch and dnaerin-l-m msw
Hilckly MCortaln r���:r opinion free nMtiiir an
mvonilno lapriibai.iv patentable, Co_m_nl_-
tloniitrtetjrnonfldentral. Hftl.DBOOK onPetems
nent f ,'..���. Oldeat emtio? for ���<>, _rmir patent*.
Patent! taken throats Mono _ o. rec-jl?
nji.-fIal iwtli-r., without C-ar_o, lu th.
. rec.lfd
Scientific flitter.m
A hMiiilsomuly Ulustran.,1 wec-aly.   L ;,-,-��� cir.
dilation of any arlontlrto journal,    -..nil' for
Canada, tma a year, poatace prepaid,   sold hi
1) iiO'VHtleftlcra.
w__I^Co^8,B���d-4_wVor!.
Bl-aiit. OlUoe. 4- 9 Bt. Waah,.-__," _��<_.'"
at our Piano Department will con-
| vine, you thai New Westminster is
; the Place to Get Your Piano. We
defy compet:tion. and our prices cannot be beaten In British Columbia.
;For instance���a large, beautiful, walnut case. 4 feet 8 inches high, only
I$275 cash; one 4 feet 8 inches high.
I only $250 cash. We _ave just re-
Icelved the largest shipment we have
lever had. Our store is chock full of
j pianos. Such well known makes as
iNordhelmer. Xew Scale Williams, Dominion, Hoffmen, Kohler and ('amble.
All we ask Is for you to call and we
will tell you the rest. Easy payments if desired. Singer and Wheeler
& Wilson Sewing Machines, Victor
and K'ilson Talk_ng machines all on
easy terms.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
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The Daily News SEPTEMBER 7, 1909.
-TUESDAY,
""-^ATE* NOTICE.
THE  DAILY, NEWS.,
PAOH  skvu.v
fjoUCe
Ljcati,'!'
Hereby .-ven  .Hat an  -li-
,liUl|e under I '"t  ��
,-111 l>
.ict, 1909," ����*�������
fe'Tlhe in--izzsFSBi
Ul-
license
Ijskm
ol New
Westminster District
Die oame,
0f  111-  ��PP'
' British
occupa-
address and
cant is the Vancou-
���...'...���, Limited. toVln*
-er *F!J*TS Otf of Vancou-
Is l^1;^, ,;,,_, and having a
' ' Y00(000   divided   into    .-
of $-
kpltl
B0.000 Bl*
Ld w1
ton. Al
__"Y_ 00 each, ail fully
,���,  The name of the UU��,
source     MislHoet     R^"'-
0f    mi  rard    Inlet,    (India,
,   The   l>oiat   of   diversion
<'/',:,  \-. miles   iron,  the
k�� "".led for In cubic feet per
*?ffi   A   The   character   of
K"J' ,.;, .vks, a water P"wer
Jbe Prf ge_.raUon of electricity
faDt h," Industrial and com-
f"f , ,.s UDd particularly in
1 0f  motors,   machim-y.
PY^n   nim;.    the   operation     ot
eat or certificate of lis pendens being '    District  of  Coagt  Range One
Hied within such period, or in default      Take  notice  that   Albert   Hunt    of
of redemption before registration, you Vancouver, B. C.  occupation  farmer,
and each of you will  be forever es- intends   t. apply   for permission to
topped and debarred from sening up purchase    the    following    describe.
any claim to or isi respect of the Bald   I
bind, and 1 shall register Annie Bydei enclng at a post  planted  In
as owner thereof In fe-.     And I hen    i,:i.   on  ���,,,.(,,  snor,. of  Kt.(,.  lH,an(i
by orih-r that  publication  ot   this  no       .    of   the   Anderson   group.     Dated   &hiPP'd
ttee for ten days In a dally newspaper I June  6tl    1909      Applying  for  the
published   ln   New   Westminster   will whole Island,    containing    160  acres
be good and sufficient service thereof, .more or less
Dated  ut  the  laud     registry  offlci ALBERT HUNT
New Westminster, Provinc- of Brl is Pw g   &  KQRD   AgeQt
Dated June Cth. 1.09.
ENTER
STATES AS SUGAR
_0tll   day   of   August,
Over     Mexican      Border
Sealed   Fre,ght  Car���Fourteen
Captured,
Columbia,   ttiis
A. D., 1909.
C, S. KEITH,
District Registrar
To Samuel Coulter, Kai_.
1 Kaumcari, N.M , Sept. 6���The
largest gang ol muggied Chinese
ever captured In this territory were
taken  in  custody  bere  nn
GERMAN WARSHIP
KiOT PHEVEMD
STICKS IN HARBOR
Kaiser's New Dreadnought Proves Too
Big to Move From  Placi  Where
She   Was   Built.
By AHMED KNIGHTS
Laundryman    Driv.s    Right     Tlirough
a Parade of Negroes and Fierce
Fight Foltows.
WATER  NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that an application will be inadw under Part V.
of the "Water A'-t, 1909," U, Obta n a
license   in   the   Municipality of    Bur
naby  Division  of  laot  114 District.       [plying  for the  w_ol_  lsiand, contain-
(a.)  Tno name,  address and ocupa- lng CO acres mor. or less.
tlon of  the  applicant  Is  Horace  Wil-1 JOHN  JOHNSON.
liamson,     412    Westminster    avenue, '
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that John  Johnson,  ot
Vancouver,  H. C, occupation,    sales
man, intends to apply  for permissioi
to   purchase   the   following   descrtb..   Wrlng  fourteen  In all,  wer- dlscover-
i lands: e(i ln a gealed car of sugar which was
Commencing at a post  planted ou consigned to Kansas City,
[the north shore of John island, an is-1     l  *   .. ' '"'""  ''"'" CallIur�� u
'land between Kees Island and Davies I v,a hl ''a's"'    "''   Chinese were well
Itsland.      Dated, Juno 6th,  1909.    Ap- |��uppued   lor   a   Iqng   journey,  having
Bremen,   Sept   6.���An    attempt    to      Kansas  City   Sept.  g.���Whai   prom-
tow the new  battleship Westphalena, |ge_ for a Ume to be a serious race
the first oi the German Dreadnaughta riot wa. quelled here yesterday by a
���8  nu,ruing  from  the  yard where she   was   built, comnanv of nesrn (._!_._< , ,,r iYi,i-,_
IIIIIYIIYY lil"1" f��r II'""- 'T"!"! *<��FrSMfftwS^rf *������
ilnesii,num- faUure.    lhe  vessel bad  been lifted above the heads of the  belllgertrts
five   feet   by   pontoom.   her   draugfct declared  that  unless the  riot  ceased
being too greai  for the river and sis they would us,, tiliein
tugs tried to tow  her as  Iir as Nor-,     Th,,'trouble began whOn W. S. Jar-
il-wim,  where  she   was  to  tv ,���  Iiv  t��ie, a laundrymmi, drove through  ihe
parade of 5,000 negro knights,    Mrs.
'.,,, other works for whieli
rflffi,  heal and power are suit-
.1. available.      (fl     The   pre-
lle "on  Which   il"'   water   is   to   be   Vancouver,  B. C
*",    ituated al "f near high tide I    (b.) The  name  of  tbo lake, dream
'   .t_   mouth ef the river, (g)'i'f unnamed, the description) U   un-
*Jrno��el tor which  the water isl known, rising  In  Lot 210, running In
'"       ig to generate electric pow- a southerly  and    westerly    direction
for traction,   light-i through Distrlcl  Lot 111, Bumaby,
Pw S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 6th, 1909.
plenty of water and t<*>d Btored In
tht ear. They were placed In ths
county jail to await the arrival of a
government Interpreter before preliminary examination,
naval complement on board.
When it was seen that she could not
mako tbe trip sb,; was returned to
her dink.
lie use
nufacturing  aud     all |    (a) The I"Jint of diversion is about
Kumlrm
. . -'������ industrial or other purposes 400   feet
ldAl, i' ma:  i," applied,    (ii   if
water Is K> bfl 'i��vl  for power 0.
describe   the   Place
1   (j,   watei la to be returned to
p natural channel, and the differ-
... In altltud between point of dl-
la and point of return. The
harts to he returned to river near
1 nd difference of ele- j Irrigating,
(f.l The
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take noiice that James Watson, ol
Vancouver, B. C-, occupation, farmer.
Intends to apply for permission U> pur-
south    of a  stake  marked  chase the following described  lands:
Block one Hi  in tii,. northwest cor-     Commencing at a post planted <>n
ner of District Dot in. the northeast   shore of    Owl lsiand.
id.i Th,. Quantity of  water applied Dated .lime 6th   1909
for  lin cubic feet  per second)  ls two ;the whole Island, containing'10. acres
MANCHURIAN   QUESTION
TO THE GARDEN  OF  EDEN
VIA  WESTMINSTER  JUNC,
.lattioe was with him in the wagon.
Several negroes seized the bridle of
Jarboe'a honse asid Mrs. .larboe ..'...j'
���i whip and si nick .t the men. A lmn-
dred excited, negroo* crowded about
tne wagon. On- wrested the whip from
the woman, striking her a number ��if
Coqtililam. Sept. ..-.larvesliug t.i Y times   and   Inflicting   painful   brulSM
year 18 the best  that the country has ' Many white men rushed to thv aid ot
SATISFACTORILY  SETTLED 18(>0n-   aml   settlers   are   busy   cutting,   the iaundryman.    A riot call was sent
  mostly  oats.    Peas  have  done  fairly ,.��� police headquarters, but Ibefore the
Toyko,  Sept,   6���The   Foreign  Of- well> buckwheat   .splendidly,   and po- police arrived the armed knights had
tic,, announced today that the agree- U"'"'K    are    of     excellent     quality,  restored order.
ment between Japan and China   u.Y""1 ll(,!  inferior to the famous Ash- ___���__ , ,       ..   -
Blgned at  Peking this afternoon' Tbe orof1  tubers.    Millet bas been grown
Applying for text of tho agreement will be publish-  where oondltlons are favorable to it.
1 ���      "���������   "  Lumber Co., i.s add-
(2)
it-,i Tho character of the propo
works  Is io   run    power    machinery
and electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
| more Or less.
JAMES WATSON,
Pw S.  H.  FORD, AgenL
Dated June Cth, IHO'j.
^d ln a few days. The agreement con-
,_th of faun
'int of diversion and [    (f.)  The    premises    Ofl    Milch    th
kof return 18 about 300 feet,  (j) 'water Is lo l.e u_n,i is known an Block
int Crown um intended to be one (1), two (2) ami Blxteen (16) In
nted by the proposed works will District Lot 144, Burnaby,
��__._ 320 acres,    (ki   Thl    no- j    (g.j The purposes  l".'     (vbtcb    the
i_ po.--. i on  the  7th  day  ol I water is to be    used    are"   dome-tic.
,;.,. ��� ���' ...i application    win   be .power, light and Irrigation,
^ d, tin      ommlssloner   on   the'    (h.i If  for Irrigation  descrfbi
The Pitt River
the Mi.iichiirhin railway conces- Ul*< a saw ,liln ,0 lta already  large
slOfls, a question which has becu ai shingle mill.   At present the mil]
i.sup nine.- earlv last spring.    Ii was running   au
proposed by China that the question|'"_?. m0*   : " ������'���''
be submitted tc the Hague Tribunal
CROWN   PRINCE   OF  GREECE
WILL RETIRE FROM ARMV
miicliin,
and
I'.-. ,.f   Vugust   1909.     (!)
._u . and addresses of any
Give .land  to
District of  Oast  Range One.
Take noiice that Derg.ta Anderson,
Intends to apply for j^fmisslcn to pur
of Vancouver, B. C., occupation, lady,
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
flic ithe bay at northwest corner of Maud
Ti-,(12l
be
acres.
Irrigated���about     twelve
Kju ��� , :, . a or licenses who or
L, |_n_ liki iy to be affected
{ft, proposed works, either above
, below tli- outlet, B. F. DicklnB,
licouv.r, B. C.
Bile part of tin Memorandum of
Igoolaiion of the Company which
Ittaizt. tli"  proposed   application
[ works, reads as follows:
I objects for    which    tne
���.pany is estab lahed and io whloh
lects thp Company  are    restricted
14e acquisition of water and water
by records of unrecorded   wa-
jurby the purchase of water re-
���:. - ��� tei privileges for (a) Con-
���Beting op rating and  maintaining
(ctric works, power houses,  gener-
b_plant and s nti other appliances
li) If the water is to be use,) for
l>ower or mining purposes descrl'.e
lhe place where the water Is to be returned to some natural channel, and
11 he difference hi altitude between
points of diversion and point of re-1
'urn. The water is to be returned
about two hundred (200) feet below
in same channel and about sixty (60)
feet lower,
J.) The area of Crown lend Intended to be occupied by the proposed
works is none.
Ik ) This  notlc.-  was  lasted on the
island, the largest island in the In
dian group. Dated June Cth, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing  60  acrps  more  or  less.
BBROETA ANDl-RSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June Cth,  1H09.
but the idea diu nol m���-. t with the
favor of he Japanese Foreign Office,
and lacked tlle supi��ort of the Powers.
Peking was compelled to negotiate
directly with  Toyko.
Heavy Deficit.
Washington, Sept. 6.���There was a
deficit of $1,411,728 lu the ordinary
receipts and disbursements of the
treasure department for the month of
Augusi.
14th  Jay  of August,   1909,  and   appll-1
cation win be  made    to    tbe   Com-
missloner on  the  I5th day of    September,  llKIH, at  2.1.    o'clock.
(1.) The nam.-s and    addresses   ol
b as    are neevssary j any   riparian proprietors or licensees
generating of elec- who or  whose lands ,_r.-  likely to be
Itj, or electrli  power, or any other Iaffected   by   the    proposed     works,
���iv ;   power,    and    for|,.|ther above or  below   the outlet are
ismittlng th<      me to be used  by  the Crown. H.  B.    Scotr.    Vancouver.
Companj-or by  persons or com-l-md  E.  Pakhman. Vancouver.
bt oontracting with the company j HORACE  WILLIAMSON,
- I        lOtlve  power  for  the'     412    Westminster    avenue,   Vancou
ver, n. c.
p��-,lii! of motors,     machinery   or
f   -  ��� _      other works or to
la;!.,-: the  Company   to   con-
m Ior beating or as a    motive
for propelling tramways, or for
W_  banting,    lifting,    pumping,
ftlini. cr-if���    ���.     .melting,  drilling
fflllllcg or for any  other operate whirl. ||  may  be adapt ed  "r
Ibe us^d or bui   llnd for or In con
Btlon with any other  purposes tor
icl electi electric   power
t required,    (gi r'or
r 'ring  water   ami   wate,-    pover
plication and dis-
'' ' dams, Increasing
!,*a'l "'' In    any    existing
fi nf w:r, ���    .     xtendlng the area
jF*��fa the  waters of any	
P    : ' ! oi ��� Into  anv  other !
f"    or i i,ving or erect-     District of Coast   Range One.
I ime pipe or wire I Take notice that Dora Anderson, ot
p" ng any raceways reservoir, Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, lady,
. I ��� welr, wheel building or intends to apply for permission to pnr.
��rerection or work which may be|chase the following described lands:
"Ired In connection with the lm- Commencing at a post planted <>n
wii'iit and use of the said water l'he north shore of Klaoltsls island, a
water powi - ���- by  altering,  re-
LANO  ACTS.
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of
Vancouver,  B,  C, occupation, jeweler,
Intends   to  apply     for    permission  to
purchase   the    following     described
ands:
Commencing at a post planted in a
| mall bay nn north shore of Berry Island,   dated   June  4th,   1900.      Apply
j ng   for  th,.   whole  Island,   containing
110o acres more or less
OLI! BENJAMIN  ANDERSON,
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June 4lh,  1909.
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Tak,- notice that Frank Jacobson.
of Vancouver, B. C., occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay on nortii shore nf Bend
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole i-dand, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June Cth,  1909.
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take   notice  that   Adolph   O.   Johnson, of Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation,
farmer,  intends   to   apply   for  permis-
scrilied lands:
sion  to  purchase     .he    following  de-
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib iJiand. Dated
June 6th. 1909. Applying for the
whole island, containing 90 acres
moTe  or  less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON,
Per  S.  H.   FOR0,  Agent.
Drrted  June 6th, 1909.
RHEUMATISM
s?
The settlers are now looking forward io a railway station and post
office and are petitioning the proper
authorities for them,
A Dei-man company under the able
management of Mr. F. Fischer Is putting up a model building on its large
farm, and is now cutting the grain,
and will soon be thresh ng with one
of the latest and best machines Of
the   largest   types.
Cattle look good and buildings arguing up all around while at the
Junction the changes are wonderful,
and Invite the public for a short drive
to coniv and bi-,- the provinc a| farm
for the unfortunate Insane aa the way.
See tiie Junction village, then go on
io the prairie and see-the oats grow
this week and b'-iaig cut and harvested.
W,  R.   AUSTIN.
Alliens, Sept. fi.���Credence Is given
here to Hu. rumor that the crown
prince win resign his post as commander-in-chief of th,. arm. before
Hi.- abolition of that post by parliament in which, according to M. lU-
liq's declaration, the prince lms already agreed before the recent military revolt. A majority of the chamber is disposed to support the new
jcabinei. The newspapers generally
[approve the movement whin, resulted
In the adoption of a program Of general reform. Tbey draw attention to
the exemplary  maintenance of onl. r,
At Dagger's Point.
Xew    Vork,     isopt.   6.���Oeorge     ti-
Howard,  thf  playwrtgnt   was   paroled
today  on  a  charge of   forcing   Miss
Theresa Redmond, whose stage name
is Gerard, to give him a .diamond ring
at the point of a dagger abem* a week
ago.     Miss  Redmond   has   refused   to
I appear against Howard and Is beyond
Not   in  Abruzzi's   Program. !,he court's jurisdiction today but nuig-
Ronie,    Sept.     6.���The    announced   istrate   Corrigan   refused   to   dismiss
program of the Duke of the Abruzzi |the case and announced that he would
ior some time to come shows that a  hold  ii  over until  the girl  returned.
trip to America Is completely exclUd-lThe  coun  refused  to return  the ring
ed.    Alter  leaving  the  steashlp  Oce-, to  the  playwright   today,  telling
anic,   on   which   he   is   returning   to|he  m_*t  get   a   replevin  ij  he
Italy, he will go to Racconigl to visit I't.     The   jewel   is   said  it^i   be
I cant every rbronlc rheumatic tn throw
awny all u_dtcln9B, all llnluicnt., ult
plasters, no,I give MINIONS RHEUMATISM BEMED- a trlnl. No matter what
your doctor may f:>.v, do uihiut what
your friends may s:,v, do mailer how
prejudiced von may be ariilnst all advertised remedies, go nt once to vour ilrnir-
pist ami get a buttle of the llHKI'MA-
TISM UEMEDY, If It falls in Klv,' satisfaction.I will ri'furi'l your money.���Mnnyon
Remember this remedy cootafos no sal-
tcj'iic a,'1,1. no oj.inm cocaine, morphine nr
lather liarmfiil drugs. II is [nit up under
Ifie guarantee "f the Pure Pood and Drug
4ct.
For sale by al! druggists.    Price. H5c.
he will go to Racconigl to visit
King  Victor  Emanuel.    Shortly  after
i bo will join the Duke and  luiclvss of
' Aosta abroad.    On  returning lo Italy
be  will  attend  to the publication of
a  book  on bis  last expedition  to the
Himalayas.    After this work has been
completed  be will resume his service
; with the fleet, when it is understood
h.   will   be  promoted  to  the  rank of
admiral.
him
wants
worth
Barcelona   Agitator   Arrested.
Barcelona.  Sept.  ll.���Senor    Ferror,
the man who is accused of b'-in^ re-
i sponsible for the recent rioting in tins
City,   has   been   arrested.
Opera  House Bookings.
Sept. 11',���Knight For a Day.
Sept. IS.���The Tim., Place and the
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Days.
Oct. fi.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Oct,  111���Scottish  Concert.
Oct. 20.���O. Henry's New Opera
"Lo."
Oct. 28���Tlle Climax.
Nov. 1  and  2.���Tb,- Shepherd King.
Nov.  4.���Parisian   Model.
Nov.  19.���Human   1 leans.
|W'ii.   extending, lmprovin;:
or Dialnta-nlng  anv such
i am- par- thereof
W0UVER   POWER   CO'Y
K-attire)  p   q   w
Beck, Directors
���! V _rm��trong, Secretary.
P. 0   Address   Vancouver. B-O.
'  Itdi ''"   Vanc0uv��r Bower Co'y.,
Hope,
repair-
works,
LTD.
A.   E.
jsmall   Island  south  of  Turner  Island
Dated  June  6th.   1909.    Applying  for
Ithe  whole Island,    40  acres  more or
ess.
DORA  ANDERSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
[IA''     '       " application has
f V,"'   ' :       A""'"   Itviter
���   ,,","; "' ���'" 'Imple, under a tax
���.���;',; ' ���    A. Fletcher to
,,. date the  13th
fe,   ,:!";'  '"��� WS. of all and
1 la , Cmaln   i""'1'"1   or  tract
bd il    ' ;" !ml8'    8'tuate
J,'.'1; district of
IrAA" ���   Provi
a '"���   -        '��� HI	
*k i "l     ���   1,i'"'1
T-1,:;'   "; and 17. Block   6;
9.Va_dr -d-20'Blook9: Ij��ts
lying
New
nc,. of  Brlt-
particularly
as  Dot   2li,
I ami 17, Block
,16
and 17
,-niil _',,   |.
Hlock 10; Lots 1, 8,
:  Ixils 4, 5, 12,
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
bav at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OL.8BN,
Per S.  H.  KORD, Agent-
Dated June 6th,  1909.
District of  Coast  Range One,
Take   notice   that   Ralph   Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B.  C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply  for permission
to  purchase   the  following  described
lands:
Commencing  at  a  post  planted  on
��,' : Lots l   s   9  Hi'ithe southeast shore ln a small bay on
,7.1,:, ' I*! Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and Compton Island. Dated June 4th,
',���"' . 5, and 20, Block 11909. Applying for the whole Island,
����� 16 and 17   Block 18-   containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th, 1909.
Block it;
Lota l, 8
. 2O.Groun."; A s,lhlil^i��ns ���f
|��M1_ Block ���^.'!�� 10, 11. 12. 13.
.*!-,;v droun i   A    BUMlvlslon of
11 an'l --   ZI'i   A 24' 25' 26  27-
1(>, 11  1-  v,   ' ��� ,,0lB 2. 3, 4, 5, 6,     District of Ooast  Range One.
'*k 4'' Loi i. ni 18, 19 a,ld 2l)- Take notlce that Jacoh Jaco,,*on'
,16 and 17 iv '":k '"'������ Lots 1, 8. jof Vancouver. B. C. occupation, car-
Yni] -" Blon. o V lj0ts 4' 5i 12,;penter Intends to apply for permis-
"roup i'   ' J. Bhhdivislon of laot sion to    purchase    the  following de-
New Westminster   Land   District,   Dis- |
trict of New Westminster.
Talte notice tbat Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation fanner, intends to apply ior permission to purchase  the   following   described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1469, thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence nortii to coast, thence following the coast line to point of com-
mencement
WIIaFRID  DOUGAI-D,
Per O. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated Julv  21st, 1909.
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Re part fl acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New-
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number lTfi7a. Issued in
the name of WUUam Oleson, has been
filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, Issue ���'
duplicate of the said certificate unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S   KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Und Registry offlce.    New West-
nlnster, B. C, August 2, 1909.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office. Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone  105 P. O. Box 345
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��� \0U *<l tho .   , ��� '��� Commencing  at  a  post  planted  on
1 irnnph nr th_ annth_.egt shore of Mound island.
e 4th, 1909.      Apnlying f��r
island, containing       al'res
more or less.
JACOB  JACOBSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent
Dated June 4th   1909.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY  "EWS,
TUESDAY, SEPTEM
BER
NOTICE
If there is anything
in Groceries or
Crockery that you
want WE HAVE
IT. We handle the
best in every line,
and also have the
largest and best
line of Groceries in
town.
:
This i? the season to beautify
yonr r-Eidenc* and protect :t
against the we: w��_;er w-stner
I;.  giving it a coat of
MAPLE LEAF
PAINT
SOLD BY
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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Satisfaction is the
thing everyone de-	
sires, and you will
certainly get it
while dealing with
Good
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES Pay
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witchazel Cream
We also  hav; all   kinds of complexion   crean-s   and   skin   foods
at
MUIR. DRUG STORE
Ellard  Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
means good work���
good work means good
training. We giv�� the
finest training possible
in stenography and
book keeping. Our
night school beg'ns
on Wednesday evening, S:pt, 15th, for the
purpose of offering
opportunities of .stud/
to young men and wo-
men employed during
the     day. Students
may enter our class.-s
at any time and take
such subjects as they
may  select.
No  one   should   hesitate   to   enter.
geo. aoams, Prop.  WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
THE FRASER
VALLEY
'ARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
61 O Columbia Street
TRADE
O/aner will trad; for good farm land
improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New     Westn-inster Splendid   view.
Monthly rental $25. Se-d fullest par
ticulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS
OF COURT  BLOCK. VANCOUVER.
f
Our entire stock of LADIES'
WASH SUITS and CHILDREN'S
DRESSES to clear at half price.
THE WHITE HOUSE
Mr. and Mrs. C Purvi. returned on
Sa ."v. from a :wo-w~e���s visit to
th.  A V-P. fair.
If you are looking ror a nom- In
the --->' or lor a location to build In
the suburbs, call on the Settlers' Association of B. C-. Begbie stret. They
have several good properties for sale
either tor cash or on easy t*r:n?. 1984.
For Sr^t-c.a.-3 cut flowers a_d any
kind of Floral work, telephone Dav:--
Gre-na-U-r. KHi).. ������
Mr. and Mr . E. L. Webber. left
y-s'.erday for a holiday trip to Seat-
-.le. where they will take in the exhibition.
St.? J. E. Brown <i: Co f r snaps
in hats and vests.
Starting   Saturday.  August   Sl,
'   Electric city and S.-. perton cars
v....   make one extra  trip for  th-- ac-,
ai-ion  of    ihe  New  Westmtn-j
-���-.- ;eople attending the horse ra - -
Minoru   park.   Lulu   i.ia__d.       Th
last  Sapperton ear  nv   leMe  'bs  '���'
fice at 11:30 p-tn.. ani the ckv car a-
11:20 cm.
Drs. A. C. P. Howard and J L.
Todd, Of Montreal, are rtsltlng the
city.
The fuDeral of Mi��s Ida hunt, of
Coquitlam. will t.-.k. place today to
the Church of England cem-V- .
Sapperton. She aras 12 : ^ar- ol age.
The ;Joiy ��ii! be brought in by train
.. Westminster Junction for inter-
in est:.
Bargain days at P. Bums & Co..
Fri jay and Saturday. 203
The.-..- will : e a meeting of t_e W.
C.T.U. at the Oddfellows Hall this I
afternoon at 3 o'clock. ._ this wlll
��� :he first meeting after the vacation, everyone ..- requested to attend.
Important business wil] be brought'
.,rd.
Buy orchard land,; w_:l._- they are
cheap and become independi nt, rt e
ar= th ��� .:. ... agi :. E ol 'i ... W ������-'���-...
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Lei
u- teli you auo'-t their choue holdings
at Appleland. A ne* towns.ie a . i
fruit district along the line of tb
., C. Electric Chilliwack line aud V.
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Rallwa)
v. is Bection excel.s in the product!',:,
of a.; fruits. Come at once while thi
best lands are selling cheap and let ns
��������� you this section at our expense.
We can s.ll flve, ten, fifteen ani
twenty aere tracts on easy terms. t.
J.  Hart  4:  Co., Ltd
The number of property owners on
the list this year i.s 1972, an increase
Of 200 on the civic voters list for
1908. This is exclusive of those qual-
for r-gi. .ration of the hous..,"..:
which will be iarg-r iban in pre'.
.��� rs o'Aing to the amci_dmen: of '.,-
regulations passed at th. last session
oi the legislature. However, the time
for registration ol the household
vote does not expire till Novembei 1
so the total municipal vot_ will not
be known  till  then.
Mayor Keary has called a s;> c.al
citizens' meeting tomorr, a ��� , irrang;
'tor the recption of Earl Grey on Wednesday. Acivic address ol welcome
will be presented, and the reception
���-.'���I pro lably taki place a; the as-
court. A. Ij. McRae, general
:    i. Ot    v--   F:a,'.-i    Rive:    mills,!
... - placed the Senator Jans-.n at the
llsposal of the committee, to :a_ a
party to the mills. There will be no
formal   luncheon,   at   his   excellency s j
- I test.
It ha- een definitely decided to i
:.. .-:. a -tart with the fisheries building at the exhibition grounds at once,
so that it may be ready for occupancy
���v xt month. The lumber has been
|contribut-d by mill industries local-j
ly,   and   th<-   fisheries  exhibit   will   bei
- tppled by the Dominion government.
The  board ol control of the R- A.. &'
I. society has let a contract for the ,
palotlng of  the  Agricultural and  Wo
men's  r.uildiriiis to Mr.  Perkins.
i
The city councl] will hold Its regu-1
'ar iv ��� v .   ���       evei Ing.     The  Has
a ,iii ��� ontraci  ... ready for sig -,
i.v       ind - .-��� nted for ap- I
...
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
O ,   Oli  on,       Scandinavian,    who
>   - '., efTe ���  iv  entrance Into b's
5  hou bi alt ag   in   the
door, wag fined ten dollars and cost*
..   M iglstrate Coi i iuld  j estei laj   In
the police court.
i:   0.  Vv, ibles, of the  Royal  Cltj |
l'i-li Co., Is expected to return to the
citj  luring the week from Revelstoke.
'A'.die absent  from the city Mr. V na-
jjj^^  blea Joined the ranks of the benedh ts,
I marrying  in  the  mountain  city  Mrs.
I Lumb, a widow.
THE NEW SHOE STORE
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������;��������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Edison
Animated    Pictures    and
Songs.
fheatre
Illustrated
Snaps in Lots
ii__.L_1I?' B2VB\:E  CORNER-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR
LINE;  9225;   TERMS.
___?.J-0TS   0N   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE-66x145   FEET;
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS. '
2 LOTS,   NEAR  MOODY PARK;   $600;   TERMS.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wen
nesday and Friday. Sporlai matlne-
for ladles and children SalurdavR a'
1:30 p. m.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
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Ready For Your Fall Requirements i
in
Draperies, Blankets, Bedding, Etc
A subject that's of particular interest to home-lovers just now, for this i
time when parlor, library, den, living room or
chamber are made readv for indoor life.
the
New Bedding For All.
A comprehensive showing of your needs along
this line embracing every article of great comfort. There is not a store in this section better
prepared to supply your Bedding needs than we.
Every necessary bit of Bedding���pillow cases.
sheets, blankets, comfortables and like wants
are here in a great variety. They are of the
best possible quality and have been priced in a
manner which admits of no disputing of our
leadership in these lines.
Fall is almost here.    Now is the tim. to begin preparations for the cold nj>J_ts
of Winter.    Make sure of your sleeping comforts bv buying y :r ll\m
needs at this store.
THE NEW LINENS HAVE ARRIVED BEAUTIFUL IN THEIR
SNOWY WHITENESS. EVERY ONE OF THEM READY TO GRACE
THE   FESTIVE   BOARD   WITH   BEWITCHING     CHARM. PRICE.
TOO   IN   A   MANNER  WHICH   WILL    ENTICE     YOU     INTO   BUYING
NOW.
Here Are Some Prices  Which Explain
Our Leadership
Flannelette Sheets
in white nnd grey with Pink
and blue bord rs   single, 3-4
and double    ed size.    Prices
"$1.25, $1.60, $2
English Flannelette
Sheets
Extra     heavy     quality     full
���    white only, $1.7."'. $_j,50
jl'. 75,'$2.50, $3
Flannelette Sheetings
by   60 Inches  wk
ard
40c
Crib Blankets
LarL-- and Bmall si.-s. good
wools, prices
$2 to $4.50
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Blankets
If yicir bed   ���
k-t-i w,. havi : ��as:
In  this  lin-
wool blanket   i    I. weigbti
������xtra   (JUS
rat<-ly,  pink
di-rs.  prii . .
$6 lo $10
English Witney
Blankets
Fine soft  Saxi -
borders,    extra �����
heavy   tjoalltj
$6.50 to $13.50
Grey Blankets
Colored    bor I -
and   weisl. -
$2.50 to $8.50
Table Linens
We   maintain   at   all   times   a    large
and  varied stock to choose from.
Bleached Damask
Irish Linen
72   inches    wide   with     napkins   t'i
match;   handsome    floral    designs in
largi   and     Bmall     pat;,-rns-      Prices
-,   trom, per yard
$1-00 to $2.50
Tabling
in   li ached neai
60 inches  wide.
45
floral design
Price  j, r
: to 90c
j. ."I
yard
and
Unbleached Linens
iv Inches  wide,    trerj   pre
terns, yard
35c to $1.00
rty
pat-
Sash Curtain Net
Bwlsh and NotUngham laoe In very
de i.'ii full range 24 to 80 iiu'li-
���-- wide, from, per yard
15c to 60c
Dotted Muslins
in white and cream, all sizes, spot
nnd verj neai design., li. to 48 Inches
wide,  j,er  yard
20c and 25c
EXCEPTIONAL SHOWING OF
CURTAIN FRINGES WHITE CREAM
AND COLORS,
Kxira heavy quality unbleached
tabling, neat check and floral designs.
very handsome borders.      Price, yard
75c to $1.00
MUMBLE VALUES Ifl
GOOD QUILTS
Sprrial lines that will commend
themselves to every one who Investigates these offerings, qualities and
values   are   very   superior.
Damask Quilts
in  single,    three-quarter   aod   I
i,ed size, very pretty patterns  P
per yard
$2.25 to $7.00
Honeycomb Quilts
with frlnfci ,| in mined and plain
iill  sizes, extra heavy gradi
$1.00 to $2.50
w,. carry a full rangi   ol    c<
quilis all  siz.-s  and  prlci
Bleached and
Unbleached Sheetings
\\'e carry the bi si plain and
sheeting at this price, that is :���
H) procure, ���i yds, 2 l-.yds, ami 2 1-2
\ a ids  wide, per  yard
25c to 50c
Best quality English ami Canadian
Bheetings and pillow coitows, circular
and plain in all widths.
Madras Muslins
A good supply of these pretty cur-
tainings to choose from. Neai ' '���'
deslgms In cream and white and il<''rK
colors   with   lighter  designs.    Price
35c to $1.00
iW. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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