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 "~>IRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Ti  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Y.M
MIC 4. NUMBER ""'������
l1,:^:-"
LIR!
& CO.
ASSURANi
WHITE. SHILE
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C, THURSDAY
260 Columbia St.   j     ,ne 85.
_   .
I
MORNING, BEPTEMBBR 2, 1909.
Kl VI
TS pi-::. COPY.
fm w[[
REPLACE BANQUET
BcastraL.oii For Lord
[stmthcoi.a Public Recep-
Ln Occurs Tomanrow.
;,: ��� .i ... lie ills    for
, :    le     lngh   com-
.HAKIiED WITH BUKULAKV   EXPLORER REACHES
ofmm coraoE    l0NG.s0U(jt)T m
E.  Loyle  of   Edmonds   Arrested  on
Accusation  of   Breaking   Into
Eveleigh _   Residence.
Dr. F. A. Cook, of Brooklyn,
Attained Roof of Earth in
April Last.
SCItNTISTS PREDICT
DEARTH Of SALMON
LITTLE PROWESS HADE      ELECTRIC? I0CK
0N mm 1N��ra     INJURES BKAKEMAN
BrtcUcaHy   a"
,.,-,;,  completed,
lin- '
today
���ti.> :-"
..-lilt Ot  ii
COSDCll,
I nl   meeting of
i,nil   Borne leading
i rdaj.
Reception a'   Depot.
I   ujmiflceai welcome will be ao-
Lfded th, iir.mil oU mm (H Canada
jjjliit-ecity ��������� taohed to the even-
, tra-n I''01" ''"'
Iln hoped thai tb
LAY ot citizens to greet him,
[. y oommlttee requests that the
*" ngiit up their stores, and
I   tii tow   '���"'   decorative pur-
F    Pipers ������������'���>��� ���"��� "i attendanci
of  honor   furnish.-d  iby |
church   Boys'   Iin
J. IC. Loyle, n resident of Edmcod
wus arn.-led yesterday on tbe chargi
of having ���e,,, Implicated In tb. bur- I .,,,���,,,,.,,,,,_ S(;yt ,__Dr_ F, ,,1���I.it.k
glary of the summer residence ol S A. Cook, the American explorer,
M. Eveleigh, the well known Vancou   reached  the    North    Pole    April  21,
1908, according to a telegram Jusi ri
Urge Fedei al Government to
Appoint a Commission toi
Look Into Conditions.
Executive   Council   Finds   Presence  of
Distinguished   Guests   in  Victoria
Too Pressing For Sessions.
| Trolley Arm in Contact With
! Brake Wheel - Escapes Serious Effects.
Basi ui 8 o'clock.
���iy- will be a large
I I v-t't
Bil i-m v i
mi the
ver architect.
.Mr. Eveleigh returned to bil COI
tags recently, after bavlng been a��.r.
for some days and discovered thai
during his absence the bouse ha i
been ransacked and almost everj
thing moveable stolen. Noi onlj
had all the small articles of value,
such as knives, spoons, plate and]
other things lmn taken, but the
thieves had even removed a number
| of pieces of furniture.
Th<- police were Immediately not!
Bed, and the arrest of Loyle yei ti r
day was tha result of their mvesiigii
urns. It is suited that a number ol
articles, Identified by Mr. Eveleigh a.-,
bis   prop, rly,   were   found   In   Loyle's
ceived ai the colonl tl offlce here from
L.i rwlck, Shetland Island , where the
Danish governmenl sti amer Hans
Egede, called ai noon today en route
:n Copenhagen,
Telegram   |s   Official.
telegram    announcing
possession,
lv. ���-��� '��������� ���
Boys'
It    T    * .   T s
'I'li,.   prisoner  came   up   before  Jus
,    tices of the Peace Walker and Curtis
. ' Yl.Y.AlA.Y. yesterday morning, and the case wa,
.ii abandoned ow-
already undergone
ttt iMtor.
Friday's Plans
Oif.-iij; liis lordship will be drlv-
i, ny of Front .it net past tbe
__.. which wlll bv iu full swing,
i to lie Royal Columbia, hospital,
I ii. :��� .i:. Albei; CreBcenl al 1"
wiere the public r.-ce]ition will
i . fed i be BChool children
I usemble v their d.ff�� rent
Itioui.-anj march to Albert Crescent
will i.u in up round the
na.laser monument. From tliis
ground addresses from the
py council, and tbe Lord Of the tales
���p _ :..- ..I Si itl iiul. will by r> ad,
in i is exp< cted trom bis lord-
lip. Lord Strathcona's uncle, John
jewn. w"s Pxaser's chief compan-
ion i.i,- memorable expeditlcu, and
J iiumj greai lnteresi in the cen-
Bir; celebration lasi year, when the
pmiiiirui, which still lacks a bust,
i uoreik-d by Premier .McBride.
Public Luncheon.
ITY will be a public luncheon ai
fllti St. George's Hall.     Tb_ re-
igemi-n; ol the plans, iby which a
[H.: li_.- been abandoned, and a
pro ��� ited |_ the result ol
p*. bj   Mayor Rear
Irteremn- from Victoria,
| . lord v   party   will   leave
��� t-t- at 2 o'cl. .. In the afternoon.
ompanle I    by  Sir  Edward
(owon,  general    manager of    the,
. ol Montres . Commissioner C. C. I
P'PW). ul ii,. Hudson's lla> Com-1
g :-��� v..  Mr   uud Miss |
Nrd, ami ui8 s,., retary,
I' HBlUetl     to    look     after   these I
.. appointed  a.,  foi-
Btrugements, Aldermen  Gray  and
an>-'iG. li. Brymner and .1. A, Lev
���Muttons     t���     banquel     Mayor1
J��. ami Thomas Qlfford   M   1'.  P.
iMotiigh s. i, :, matters   Rev, A   E.
len.
Plldren
will appear ibefore Magistrate Pltten-
drigb in  the district  police court.
The charge ou which Loyle Is held
Is one of the must serio is In the
criminal calendar.
ANOTHER GIRDER
IS IN POSITION
Work   on   Steel   Spans   of    New   Lulu
Island   Bridge   is   Proceeding
Apace.
One <Jf the large girders for the
swing span of the Lulu Island bridge
was placed in position yesterday
morning and the down stream girder
will probably  be placed tomorrow.
Some delay has been experienced m
setting ihe two Mg gliders, wind and
tide1 playing au Important part in the
work. The Upstream girder was
tak.ii to ii point below tbe bridge on
Monday, but not until yesterday were
conditions such that it could be sleighs
placed. The gird-r was Boated <m
scows until over the position it was
to occupy and then allowed to settle
the tide csito the piling, a space
being left for the op-rating machinery and wheels between the steel aud
the concrete pier.
A new departure has been mad in
the bridge from models usually seen
iti ih" wesi. there being ,but six
wheels under the swing instead of a
continuous siring.
The telegram announcing or.
Cook's in in- vi ni'��.' was Bern bj a
���Greenland official on board thi ' am
��� i- Andre, an,]   reads as follows;
"We bave on board the American
traveller Dr. Cook, who reached thi
North Pole April 21, r."lV Dr. Cook
arrived at Upernavik (the northern-
iii'i-i Bettlemqni in the '.'."rid situated
on an lsiand off the wi sl coast of
Greenland! In May of 1909 from Cape
Ifork (In the northwest part of Greenland hi Baffin bay). The Esklmoe
ui ('a;..- York confirm D:\ Cook's storj
of liis journey,
Shackleton   Is   Glad.
London, Sept. 1.���"1 am more than
pleased to bear the news." said Lieut,
jErnesl ll. Shackleton, who returned
recently from an expedition that went
v.ry close io the South Pole, when
Informi d of the announcement ���.. Dr.
li   derlck   A.   Conk's   polar   success.
"If the news is correct," continued
the lieutenant, "it is a very remarkable in iii.'vemsit lt must have been
a one-man dash to the Pole, as Dr.
Cook's only companion was Rudolph
Frank, who left the explorer when he zv"
was between five and six hundred
miles from the Pole."
Winnipeg, Sept.  I.���Western  Canadian   problems    continue    to occupy
tiie attention of ibe British scientists, Istages   yesterday
and at  practically everj   section  yes-|pected
terday questions   ol    nut. ,,. ,  to the
west   were   under   discussion.      Two
important  resolutions were passed In
the zoological  section.      One  recom
mended   Uj  the governments of the
west that Immediate sips be taken  Strathcona's party.
fur th.- extermination ot the rats from ,    Probably   there  will   i
the south. ThlB resolulon was moved  today,     No representative of the city
by  Prof. Shipley, president  of the de-'attended  ih,.-s,cssi<_s officially   but it
partment,   who    emphasized     th,.   s...   is   understood   the   presence  of   J.   B.
riousnesB ol the situation and pointed Bryson,  a  member    of    the citizen*'
committee,   In   Victoria,   was   in   connection   with  the  Inquiry
The  Inquiry  of the  provincial  ��� xe-,
cutlve Into the application of the Van- ] 	
couver  Power    Company for permis-1
sion ii) build a 76-foot dam at C.'iuit-      To complete the circuit for un elec-
lain  lake    d,i    not    reach  Its  n.-ni  trio current of 550 volts was the Unas    had   leu ex-  pleasant experience of David
A short  session was held at
the parliament buildings in tbe morning, and in., proceedings wi re then
adjourned to enable the members of
the executive to attend the festivities
In connection with the visit of Lord
Miller,
C.   E.   It.
out ihL. necessity of the most strenuous efforts le lug taken tu stop the
InvaBion. If they wer_ allowed to
spread through the wesi tbey would,
he estimated, damag,. vr, p,.r'cent. of
the grain yield annually.
Is Well Known Explorer.
Fur year-. Dr. Conk has given his
attention to Arctic exploration. In
1-881-2 be was sungeon of the Peary
Arctic expedition, and in 1897-8, surgeon of the Belgian Antarctic expedi- ^ia
tion. He has received numerous decorations from the geographical societies of Europe for bis research and
writing of polar fields. Dr Cook
started on his present expedition in
the summer Of 19b~, sailing l'rotn
.North Sydney, C. B., on the schooner
John It. Bradley, with Capi. Moses
Bradney as sailing master.
The pany was reinforced with
dogs and Arctic equipmi in
at l-liiih. Greenland, whence It sa.led
March 31, 1908, Dr. Cook's plan was
to sot aside iill tradition by making
the dash to the Pole during the wl_-
ter   months,   jvhen   the   elements  are
The Salmon Industry
The second resolution was one urging the federal authorities to appoint
a commission to investigate the question of the disappearance ol the salmon   in   British     Columbia.       it   was
Mt by th.. members, tbat if immediate steps are not taken, the tisb
will soon become extinct. it was
also suggested that the city of Win-
ninvg or be province should appoiiat
an ex.nert to study zoological questions.
'J ue association closd its meetings
this afternoon with a big session sn
tbe parliament building. Resolutions Jl thanks to the city and citi-
to the province and to the Dominion were passed. They were moved
by tlie president, Sir James Thompson, Sir William While, Major Crai-
gie and Sir Charles Watson.
Are  Coming  West.
Premier   Roblin,   Mayor  Evans  and
A. Haggart, M. P., replied      The various sections closed up tbelr business
morning.      The     members   wlll
leave tomorrow in a special train lor
a two-wek's flying trip to the coast
and  buck.
The principal interest this morning
was centred in the engineering de-
partment, where papers on Canada
attracted a large Crowd. .1. B. Porter and E. Stansfivld gave an outline
of the Investigation now being conduct.d by the Dominion governmenl
into the coalfields of Canada.
of the local staff of the  B
Co., yesterday afternoon,
Miller was acting as il rakesman
upon a work train <m the Interurban
llue at tlie time that the accident occurred. The train was passing the
_ session 1'oint where Douglas road crosses tho
car tracks, when Miller ree. Ived the
shock. At this point the power
wires rather low, and this caused the
depression of the trolley arm to such
an extent that it came In cianact with
Ithe brake wheel Upon Which Miller
Further development. [n connection lia'l his hand,
with the application are expected No sooner did he arm touch the
from other quarters at an early date.  Wheel   Ihau   Miller   received   a   shock
  ;that  for the moment  paralyzed  bim.
Emerson  Mill Sold. He  fell  back on the  roof of the cur,
Messrs Emerson & Lougheed have J?1 fortunately was able to coatrol
purchased Mr. J. S. Emerson's old ^mse�� sufficiently to keep himself
sawmill at Eburne and several tim-P0_?_,UpPlng off to tn<" ewuud.
ber limits for a consideration, which,' JUtJ10tt,n unill,lv to sPe:ik- 1|-' was
it is understood was $100. i00. The ablv by Inarticulate sounds to call the
Emerson mill has been idle for tbe :attention ���of the other men ot ihe
last three months during construction |c!'ew to bls I'""1'1' Aftt-''' lil- D*r-
of new buildings and the installation !"-vz*lg e<J''Cts of the first shock aad
of in-,   machinery and equipment        Wased  off he  became delirious, and
for some minutes was restrained v.ith
difficulty. When he had slightly recovered he was taken out to the Royal
Columbian hospital, where he is now
undergoing treatmvt. Although suffering severely from tbe nervous
shock he Is iu no danger.
BABY SHOW OBTAINS
REMARKABLE POPULARITY
Committee  Decides to  Increase  Value
of Prizes  For Event���Final  Meet.
ing Called Tomorrow.
FUNERAL OF  MRS, WARWICK.
Death   of   Native  Daughter   Is  Widely
Mourned
in
Flags were flying at half-mast
throughout the city yesterday for the
late Mrs. Charles Warwick, who died
in the early hours of the morning at
the residence of her mother, Mrs.
William ohnston, Asnes street The
tee at a meeting held last evening de- funeral has been fixed for tomorrow
cided to increase the prizes, and there afternoon to St. Paul's Reformed
will now be awards as 1'oliows: Boys Episcopal church, and thence to the
jl,  $_;   2, $2.50,    Girls  1,  $5;   2   $2.50.  0cl'l Fellows' cemetery, Rev. Dr. Reid
So   popular  has   the ibaby   Show
connection with the labor celebration
on  Mcnday  become  that the commit
The contract between the city and
the Hassam Paving company is in
course   of   preparation,   and   will    be
consider..d  kast advantageous to:   an signed   tomorrow.)     Sewer   pipe   w.ll
advance    northward.      Nothing    had arrive from Tacoma early  next week
been beard from Dr. Cook in the lasi for us,, in the improvemeni of Colum-
eighteen months. bia street.
STILL  ON   INCREASE.
Eight   More   Inmates   Entered   Asylum
in  Course  Of  Past  Month.
The  returns  for the provincial Hospital for the Insane, for August, show
Fire Destroys West
Wing of Ontario
Parliament Building
nil boys' brigades, C. H.
KJu Wade, secretary of the board
I trade.
l��cKf..��  [or  the   lunch.-on   may   .be
r'"'���''     [m;h- presideni an.i' sec- l.a_.V there were elghi" more" tuna.cs in
Ithe  hospital at  the close than at  the
commencement of the month,
The results in full are as follows:
I    In  hospital at beginning ol  month,
'males 885   females 142   total  5.7;  ad    live   wiling,   slarted   shortly   before  1  flames
mined   during  month,' males  12,  te   o'clock,   tne   alarm  being   turned   in \ about
males ll. total 281 returned from pro- jusi afte,- th,  attendants hud finished of the
total   i    the  regular monthly tesi ol  the flre-1     v..
males  fighting   appliances   w Hi    which the
,l  on  buildings are liberally supplied.    The
Many entries  have  been  assured  the
committee  for this event,
'l'he subcommittee to announce
events at the sports will be composed
of James Uraysou and D. Bell. All
speeches will be delivered from the
steps  at    the    Agricultural   building.
The   final   meeting  of  the  committee of societies affiliated to St
will be held tomorrow evenng at the E, church.
I. O. O. F. hall.
and Rev. A. de B. Owen officiating.
The late Mrs. Warwick leaves a
large circle of relatives in the city,
and her early deaih is widely
mourned. Mrs. Warwick was a former president of the local Council of
Women, and assoclatd with a number
Paul's  I .
ST.   PETERS'  PICNIC.
mo I tin- board of trade, and thei
C'"1 w';il Shiles & Co., li. s.l
r���*- Co., and il. Ryall.
ASKS KEPARATION
ALI'S DEATH
Toronto Sept 1.���The west wing llauies rapidly gained headway, and
of the parliament buildings here was J^^^J*,-^ "'^ *"
completely  destroyed by  fire today. Tha ~      _,__ ghut off f|.om th# cen.
The blaze, which was due to defec- tre
the    buildings, but    when  the
bation,   males   1.   females   ll.
discharged  without   probation,
2,   females   0,   total   2;   discliai'.
rJohn J^an  and   American
Hon Not Am
Lega-
Agreed as to  China':
Res
ponsibility.
'  i  , "''    '    8lr Jo,,,,  Jordan,
'        ���   to  China,   win,-
A;,,,. cooperation  oi
P't'i. ii,,, i , '���'"��� oalled �����' "'''
hSane, :'"'''' J"a demanded
K ii IY   'm,"*"��" ai  tor
probation,   males   9,   funnies   n.   total  Are  stalled  In  tl
12;  discharged al expiry of probation,  ceiling,   ami   hud
inaleslT.  females   12.   total   29;   trans  beadwaj
ferred to Vernon, mali _ 2. females ".
total 2;  In hospital at close of mon v
males 385, females 150, total 535; on
probation at close of month, males '-',;.
females *. total 34; total und. r treat
iiii nt end of    month,
males 168, total 569.
male
-111.   le
woodwork  of the
made    considerable
anything  could  bo
done  to  check  It.
The parliament build ng ��� mployi i a
iinini dlatelj rushed oul tbe hose, and
had ,i number of streams playing on
the ilituHs before the Ire "���-'"�� l'n
in an appearance. Despite the bi si
that    they    could  do,    however,  tn
were   finally   extinguished   at
o'clock nothing but the walls
wesi wing were left Btanding.
legislative    library,    together
with 100, i volumes, Including one o-
the finest collections ol works on constitutional law in the world, wns to
tally destroyed. The west wing contained the archives department, but
im .iiiumdy sufficient time was given
for the atl ndants to remove the
greater number of the Btale papers.
Tbe  loss  as   viiluated  by  the  insurance, companies is $500,000, bui Bom
of the books destroyed are practically
priceless,
Merry Party   From   City  Spends   Day
at  Bowen   ILsland.
A most enjoyable picnic was held
to Bowen Island yestcruay by the con-
gregatliin of St. Peters' R. C. parish.
About a hundred shared the amusements of a beautiful day in one of the
most delightful islands of Howe
Sound.
I The party went over to Vancouver
.by Special car on the Interurban, aud
jibe steamer Brittannia carried them
to the island. Sports occupied the
afternoon, there being races for all
ages. Swimming aud other attractions engaged the attention of onier-
nieniiters of the party. Among those
attending were Rev. Father Maillard,
Messrs. Carroll, Leo Ure -ory, Ens-
woth, H Bllodeau, Barrett, Dolan and
T. S. Egan, and Reeve Byrne of Burnaby.
The party reached the city about
9:15 after a most capital day's outing.
A Human Pincushion.
New York, Sept. 1.���Miss Adelini
Wyckoff, eighteen years old, employe ,
as a winder in a silk mill at I'atersol-..
N.J., has been found to be a human
pln-cush'.on. Within three days slx-
teen pins have been taken from her
right arm. and she cannot tell Iww
they got there.
A few days ago tbe girl Celt intense pains in her arm and found a
pin protudlng and removed It. More
pins soon made their appearance and
Dr. Flood was called ln, and he took
out sixteen pins, all shaped like tha
first one  and  blackened.
PERE MARQUETTE
STATUE UNVEILED
Supreme  Court  Justice  Day  and   Rev.
Fathsr Cunningham   Preside  at
Affair to  Honor Memory,
BttrJJ! a."   '".Ka" S" .'"Wii.-.
Brit] n  bu ject, at
"i teorologicai  expeui
1 l"aa by Lieut, r, S
officer of  the Amer
Cb*1 'o the
fey**
govennneni
b fanned i,.   ,,    TlK' *��yer*
lr<u.   i.   _!_' ',ut- 'lie minister was
Jn
fffwaiioi
������ ,!!t"rn. China
^ed'affai   Fletotor
American Yacht Wins.
Manblehead, Mass.. Bept. 1-- l'he
:,L' honors in the second day's race Of
the international contests bctwvii
the German and American Sender
boats for the Presideni Taft and
Governor Draper cups fell to the
American yacht Ellen, owned by
Charles P." Curtis of Boston, and
sailed by his son, Charles B. Curtis,
jr. The German challengers were
hopel.Bsly   beaten,     tho    Seeliund  11.
ITALIANS   DREAD THE
RUMORED   EXPULSION
"GIBSON   GIRL"
IS NOW A WIDOW
1.���Jack
whii  the
isked
k.llcd
members
dropping out of the race when lt was
J8 i one-quarter ovr because sh0 fouled
'"'the aK mark at the windward <��n' of
l,i!ti._   course.       The   Wolf
allien.
Amei lean
take   indepan-
appartnt lack of
;r"S.    Wlll
"'Qperitl
*!."��* ��ET. l"_ WtwTaM
ii_  vl6����as to  ,-iAH' t0 dlver-
S A'     ^  Fie ,l,,   XhA *  re��^tisl-
^ V'J,' Meuranr(i    '   r'   h��WeTOr-   ^s
" Brlli^ actl^U'iu he Wi" "WPOrt
r. ""is fi
lub.
oion,
r
Sept,
he
1-���Open air
���,.rcillar PatUnt. f l'��"1IU"datlon of
_rov��Uf ...   ,s haY6 "eel
t
PlBtrtct'n.1^? c��mmis8l
Den twn       '" "ow
,,!" 5 Si"
ved the
oilers of  the
U1'l   the 'hoard
arranging  to
aths U?ln88   V
mt ll��' oolored pu
the   course.       The   Wolf    finished
close second  to the Kllen, while the
Oyctte, winner of yesterday's contest,
was    third.    45    seconds  behind  the
Wolf.    The  Hevetla,  with  Otto Prot-
zen,   her   partly-disabled   skipper,  at
the helm, crossed  the  finish  line In
fourth place, nearly two minutes DYpXpev. .
hind the Oyette, and bh_ Margarethe ;_f petroslno's murderers
brought up the rear.
Rome   Italy    Sept,   1.���There   is   a1    London, Sept
i ,i, ���.,,iiiern nan of Russell, Lord DeClifford
great anxiety in the soutnern pan oi
Italy and especially In Sicily over B
widely circulated report thai Un-
American government intends to expel a large number of Itaban Immigrants from ihe States. It Is feared
that such a step would be ruinous financially to the districts in southern
Ualy whitice tost of the Immigrants
come. The opinion Is prevalent anions
uneducated people there that the
American government alms '_ this
way to avenge the death of retrostno
the New York detecUve. which Is
attributed to Sicilians associated with
the camorra. Meanwhile It Is announced in the press that the Italian
Belgrade  Has  New  Sensation. 	
Belgrade, Servia, Sept. 1���The
newspaper Sevono, which first pub- Mackinac Island, Mich., S ipt. 1.���
l.siied the story thai Crown Prince Pere Marquette, the Jesuit mission-
George had assaulted his valet, a wy whose name is inseparably inter-
statemtnt that resulted In the prince woven with the early history of ML
renouncing his rlghl to the throne, chlgan and the Ureal Lakes, was hen-
makes another sensational announce- ored hi re today In the unveiling of a
mem today regarding a French chant'- *T.oo monument to bis memory. The
feur employed by the prince. It de- bronze statue, ten feet high and l.st-
claivs that the chauffeur recently re- tog on a subcase ten feet in height,
Southwell ceived    serious      injuries,    following  represents  the    missionary    standing
missionary
was   killed  which he was conveyed secretly to a erect and clothed in priestly robes
m   ui automobile    accident  today at  hospital, where he uow lies in a dy-
number, near Brighton.    His car col- lnS condition. ______
lided wiih another vehicle and turned j  "	
turtle,     Lord DeClifford was bom lu General J. R. Mynck D_ad.
1884. ;    New   York,  Sept.  1.���John   R.   My-
ln   February,  1906,  he  was married \ rick, who enlisted in the Union army
Justice WUUam R. Day or the
United States supereme court and
Rev. Father Cunningham of Marquette collego of Milwaukee, delivered
addresses.
to  firm Carrlngton,  who  was at one las a private at the outbreak of thei        Charged With $24,000 Theft.
time on the stage as one of the "Gib-  Civil War, and who was retired as a l    New  York,  Sept.    1.���After  having
eon Girls" in a lo^ti comedy. i brigadier-general  ln  190H, is dead at been followed by detectives since his
 hl_  home ln  this city from acute In- arrival here August 19 on the Maure-
WILL  BE  LANDMARK. jdigestion-      His    sen.    Henry Moore tanla,  a  well  groomed man  was  ar-
  Myrlck, is on an automobile tour of rested at a Harlem hotel last night
E.   Fales   Places   Large   Electric 1be Adirondack mountains, and efforts at the request of tbe Austrian consul.
W
Sign on   Block. f���,k>(,
An  electric  sign    forty  feet  long,
police are following a clew  which Is
lexoected to lead shortly to the arn-st
with letters tour feet high, Is an ad
dltlon that will make all other signs
to communicate tbe news to him have charged with    having   stolen $24,000
from a postofflce In Vienna on July 9.
Roosevelt's Cook Dies.
Montclalr,  N.  J.,  Sept.    1.���Hester
ln New Westminster look small and Campbell, a famous Scotch cook, who
pale, and make the name of W. E. |was employed for many years in the
Fales, furniture merchant and under- family of former President Roosevelt
The prisoner says he is Robert Freeman, an Englishman.
���
���I -v....,.  i* iv, one of the   earllst taker, visible for many miles ln any die(j "here yesterday at the age of 96.'.>*
New Appeal Court.                  wvte children to arrive from England direction  from  the  city.      The  sign Sne  was  particularly  noted  fo,-  _er'#
Victoria   Sent   1 -At  a meeting of h_ the settlement which afterward be- will   be   placed   on   the  roof of  his reciPe f0l. -johnny-cake," and always 4
th�� n,,n.                 n  fc_M ��_t__av AY  New  Westminster, was in  the large store block on Mackenzie street accompanied  the Roosev*lts on their #
the  execu Ive  council   held  >'^(rl;.     cf���  * Z.-AI   ac.uXUnces   yester- and will be seen for a great distance trips.
an order in council was passed pro- city   ^e��ng  ^8 ^av to  Vgassiz on down  the  river  valley when lighted
claiming  In  force   the  new  court  of day.   He ts �� MlgMjoJ* ^^ ^ ^       .       -    ..	
Yesterday's Baseball.
Tacoma     1
Vancouver    0
appeal act
morrow.
force   the   new
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to.
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY   SEPTPa.r^
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 cent, 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   yc_
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 m_s<  of  n cessity   know   all   about u    ^  %��mt'
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The  Daily  News  and  keep abreast  of  the  timet. ��Ur
WANTED���TOUNG MAN WANTS
first-class room and board. Must
be central. State terms. Apply
W.  P., Dally News.
WANTED���TO
nished house,
fice.
RENT,      A     FUR-
Apply  at  News Of-
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
MONEY TO  LOAN
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7. Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
\V. \. UK A PER. II. C.
���veyor. Ellard block
minster.  B.  C.
LAND   SLK-
New    west-
"WANTED��� A FEW VACANT LOTS
in city; give price, terms and legal
description- Peers    &    Ramsay.
New Westminster. 19S-i>
WANTED ��� NIGHT WATCHMAN
Walsh Sash & Door Factory, foot
of  Third  avenue.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED ROOM
whh private bath; permanent. Apply bv letter. 930 Thirteenth street.
201-2.
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boys in the B. C. Cigar Factory a-
ence.
  I CARRIAGE SHOP.
MONEY    TO    LOAN���I    AM    PRE-iwwww -~	
pared    to  advance    money   to  any
amount on citv propertv or for WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
building purpose's. Apply Dr. A. R- J- McNeil. Over T. Ovens
D. Buchanan, P. 0. New Westmin- hlacksmith shop on Eighth street.
ster Carriages built,  repaired and paint
ed.      All work  guaranteed.
FOR   SALE.
6C-FOOT IX)TS AT EDMONDS, $150
each, close to Vancouver and city-
car lines; $25 cash, balance $l'J
monthly. Walker Bros.. P. O.
Box 983.      New Westminster. 198-6
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, "45 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING   UP    250    FOR    HACKS  ANU
smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Sta
hies.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
MI'-l plants and specifications prepared.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARR18-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARHIK
1 F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster.
(Phone 143). and the Vancouver of
fice is at No 5. Royal Bank Chambers. 408  Hastings Street  west.
STENOGRAPHY    _.   TYPEWRr.IN|
FREEMAN     Hi'VI'i..       _���
Oulchon blocT^ _Kg _
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPHY
, ..        __________   WOrk
etters,   etc.     1 .(lV,nce ..
lumbia stre. |      p;,,,rje 62 '
THEATRES.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
GEORCE   E.    MARTIN,  BARRISTER
and   Solicitor.    Uuichon   block,   Columbia     and     McKenzie
Westminster,  B. C.
Sts.,   New
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE
bia    street,
picture. ;   illu:
ous attract!
-'-'��� COLU
r*��lai   movinJ
' '-->; mime,
''rogram change!
Monday, We ��_...!__
THE EDISON THEATRE CORNBi
Columbia ai ,.-,: ��*W
moving pictun ...M,-a>1 's 1
Program changed _on__v Vfetal
day and Friday _^^
LOST.
LOST���NEAR MIDDLE GATE OF
Queen's Park, lady's gold open-faced
watch, stem wind. Return to F.
P. Maxwell, 702 Fourth avenue.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
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 hack. Finder
please return to this office and receive reward.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOC St.,
witb bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
WHITE, SHILES   _  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suourban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. &. CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and Insurance. Pbone 335. 1S6
Columbia street, P. 0. drawer 100,
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,- phone  334.
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.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRL'IT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
Ithe fraser valley nurseries,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER
HUDSON.   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings. Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixtn
street.  New  Westminster
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY   -., ���,���   , .,,...       ��� 1
kind of job printing.     Midge, loose , ^'l*'*��� LA' ''       \N�� MEN _ Ti
leaf ledgers;   Cowie Carbon  Papers.;    griag.     A   i    ..ne  of fall M
Phone    55,    P.  O.    Box  142-      Old j     ��f j���} '
Daily  News   Block.  Sixth  Btreet. jg-* gg^ ^ ^^
���      and 264 Clark.-     ���-.   Phon. RmJ
PACIFIC REALTY CO.  (McADAM & I	
Irwin), phone 30S.    P.  O.  Box 874. i FURNITURE
Real estate and Insurance.     Money ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
to  loan.   744   Columbia Btreet. ; w.   E.   FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
_������ ===^= I    Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
ARCHITECTS. Phone 176. night call 81.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
___________     E'
city.      A  line
1
Martin.   Mus.   Bac,
will bring him.
W.   D.  COODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W. SAIT, ARCHITECT-
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
GROCERY.
[FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 3S6. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box SU.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets. 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup. fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER
Co., bank, office
cabinet,   stair,    j
and detail work
mates   furnished
prletor.      Work-
and car line.      I'
473.
WOODWUKMJj
'  ''.ore 6II1W
....'���teases, Diant|
Hesigns ar.d e
.1    Br0.k<-s.
:  Corner _l��vaj
0. box _i. raoj
COOKSLEYS PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's "cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair,' Columbia street.
SECOND HAND   STORE.
WE BUY ANL SELL FURNITURE
aud all k<iid_ of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
NOTICE.
Impounded on August 2ls;, 1 ^
red Jersey cow. Unless r_e��_
by September 2, will be sold to W
expenses at 10 a.m.
THE HUB
Clothiers and Tailors
Our Saturday and Monday sale was so successful that in order
10 introduce our ready-to-wear clothing w; are going to extend the
sale two more days. Rememner this is positively your last chance
to get a suit at $10 and $12. They are regular $13.50 to $18.00
values.
We have just received a choice selection of fancy worsteds direct
from the mills  in  England, which   run   from  $3000  to  $40.00.
Merchant Tailors & Clothiers
H.  ROBERTSON,  Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal   Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc&es for Ladi, s from $12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' oj>en face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   door*   trom   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
ALABAMA IS NOW
DRYER THAN SAHARA
Congress  Amends  State  Constitution
to Prohibit Manufacture and Sale
of Liquor,
Maxwell fel] with two bullets in his
body before he could draw his pistol.
Maxwell was bom in Massachusetts
It Is believed tha his real name was
Bliss. His penchant for "shooting up"
small towns earned him tbe nickname
by which he was known.
j The condition of the old bridge is
I not considered safe for vehicular
i traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against haullag loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to io ao after
this notice must tak* all the risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall,  New  Westsalsster,  July
23rd, 1909.
Rlotert Arrested.
Portadown, Ireland. Aug. 31.���
Thirty-five men, who are alleged to
have participated ln the rectot riots
at Lurgan, between Orangemen and
Nationalists, have  been  arrested.
WAS IN TRANCE FOR
OVER FOUR MONTHS
Montgomery, Ala.. Sept. 1.���The
special session of the Alabama Legislature, which adjourned last mgnt
after twmty-two working days, accomplished the chief purpose for
which lt was called by passing drastic
prohibition laws and capping the laws
by submitting to the people an amendment to the constitution prohibiting
tlie sale or manufacture of intoxicants in Alabama.
The election  will  b.   held  the  last
���week In November,   At yeast ten pro- j
hibition measures were passed. Under |
the new laws a person may not have 1 	
liquors   anywhere   but   in   his   home.
Keeping liquors at places is made pri- J Spokane, Wash., Sept. 1���Max Pass-
ma facie evidence that they are for Ier, an electrician of this city, is at
sale. Prosecutions are to be made his home slowly regaining his senses
before chancellor and not juries, and after having been in a trant. lasting
State attorneys and sheriffs may be four months. Of what bas transpired
impeached for failure to execute the during that time he can remember
laws. j little.    Until last Sunday he did not
Foreign corporations may not do;know who he was or where be lived
business of any kind in Alabama lf it and was .gnorant of the fact that he
is shown that they sell or manufacture ]had a home and family.
We want
Unimproved Acreage in
Burnaby for Clients
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
jouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le   daily  except  Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver 1
.111.. daily for Victoria.
S3. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, lu am. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
S.S. Tradir will leave Victoria tor
New  Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster oa Wed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11. p.m. 1st and 14th
each montli for Quatsino and way-
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
I^eave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW
"The Milwaukee"
Eniry must be made person-]
the local land offlce fo; Y d'50]
ln which the land in bIum f H
by pioxy may, however, :-.- _aa<_eI
certain conditions by tti :��'���_
mother, son, daughter, brother or}
ter of au Intendlnj  homesteader.
The homestead 1 is required to |
form tlie conditions conaected M
Paul  toj.itli   under
to'plans:       __
I    tl)    At least six months'
upon  aud cultivation of the tail
each year tor thn e years
I.'I  If the nni.' i  ' ther.llj
father Is decased)   ol the bomeita
one   ol    the   loiimr]
reside.
"The   Pioneer   Limited,"     St,
Chicago, "Short   Line,"   Omaha
Chicago,     "South     West     Limited"
Kansas  City  to Chicago.
No trains in tne service on any
railroad in the work! -hat equal in ^2_^"u^17wm"ln"t"he vicinity
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil- the land entered for th requirem.
waukr-e _ St. Paul Railway. They as to residence maj M -
,wn and operate their own sleeping sl"'11 P,','f��11 residing wllli tu W
and dining oars on all their trains and ^("^If The settle,- has Wa permai
give their patrons an excellence of residence upou farming land ��'
service not  obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor. Ald��r Po-��land. Or.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 88 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une IS and July 2.
8pokane   Man   Returns  to   His   Home
and  is  Slowly   Recovering   His
Memory,
WALKER BROS.
P.  O.  Box 983,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
liquors in other States.
WAS   QUICK   WITH   GUN
BUT MET A QUICKER
Price, Utah, Sept. i��� C. L. Maxwell
known as "Gunplay" Maxwell, was
shot and instantly killed by Sheriff Bd
Johnson, on t_e street here, last
night.
Maxwell, wbo had an Interstate rep-
April 11th last Passler disappeared,
leaving no trace. No on_. could learn
aything about him. He returned to
Spokane on Sunday. On the street he
met an acquaintance.
"Isn't this Max Passler?" asked the
man. stopping him.
Passler looked perplexed and then
after a moment's thought, replied
hesitatingly: "Yes, I believe so."
Passler was then taken to his home
after having .been  informed  that  his
everywhere    for
1:1.:!.
titation as a "had man" came to Pric. _ 	
with the avowed Intention of settl_g wlfe had  starched .   	
an old account with Johnson, which hlm. There the fact of his identity be-
grew out of his arrest by the officer gan to mak Itself clear again and he
in Goldfleld,  Nev., a year ago. gradually   recognized   his   wife     and
But Johnson was the quicker, and  two-year-old  baby.
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Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
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June 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.   Queen   City   leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
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Any available Dominion Lands within tbe railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person wno Is tbe sole bead of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the exteat of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
by   him  in  tlie  vicinity of hisMj
stead, the requneiu. nts aa'
may  be  satisfied   by  residence ��F|
the said land. ___,      ....
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be given to the commissioner 0.
minion  lands at Ottawa ol int"".
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights m .
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years at an annual rental of .1
acre. Not more than KM "fl
shall be leased to one lndividusi'
company. A royaltj at tb. rwi
five cents per ton shall be CW.
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carrying passengers, mail, express and
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cross and White Horse, maintaining
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lid"? I
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S.S. TRANSFER
T]ie steamer Transfer wlll leate
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m.
for Ladner, Steveston and way ports.
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to New
Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning, leaves Steveston every
week day morning, except Friday.
Additional trip Monday morning
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This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ap
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CANA0IAN
PACIFIC .
leav- s
at
9:05 '
_T��>R  DAY  EXCURSION R.
-Fare and a third ^'^ '?__.- I
on   sale   September Y��        is.
geod for return to BeP'^j    stffl
Double      tran^m-in^ d_
daily, with Pullman tour""
lng cars.
Atlantic  Express   ^^^^^^
m. ,     ,,. ,t I !������*���
Eastern   Express   "'.�� . ,/. ,0
St. Paul train '*:"%. 9-
Cheap excursion ^'"Y. ,0
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T6MSER   . 1909'
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FAIRIES  IN   IRELAND.
*   kVstauw.   Story   of   the   AntlSS   S.
the Little Peopl*.
Here is a modern fairy story frow
Ireland; "One day about twenty years
���KO," writes a correspondent, "1 was
ashing from a boat on Lough Der*.
1 inquired of my boatmen lf tbey had
���ver seen fairies. At first, fearing tc
be laughed ut, tbey scouted Uie idea,
but one of tbem told tbe following:
"On a Sunday be was returning aft*,
mass and stood with a friend named
-ullhun on tho bridge of Killaloe.
Looking toward a pot. to field on the
llope ot Ua rUtn�� _-r���v,nU to the eas��
af the tow*, s neld which he was able
to i*d_t out from ths boat, be saw
Issuing from the IIhm a troop of 'little
people,' one being distinctly taller tbu
the rest At first they Been*** rathei
blurred, thes took distinct shapes and
begnn to play the national gone of
hurley among the bare potato rigs,
ile called Sullivan's attention to tbem
but for some time his friend ccmld nol
lee tbem, then said he could, as4 they
w.trhed tbe gsrae together for a tlm*
Then tbe sun went ln, and the falrle*
moving U.ward the lies, as lf return-
_C to It, vanlebed. Llsses ore rougH
places, sometime, hillocks, sometimes
depressions, often bushy, but u��r._
cultivated. I have been'told they are
left ns doom-ays for Ihe fairies w_e*
rislUng the earth's surfaee."���Chtca^
News
P Veitmlnster,  B,  C.   Branch,
F   SHUTE,  Manager.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
|0 0. F.-AMITV LODGE, NO. 27.���
|Ttae regular meeting of tnis lodge
. held iu Oddfellows' hall, Colum
All street, eve Monday evening
It. o'clock. Jus. Ferguson, noble
pan!  W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
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i-bl- AccobbU Fur Dred I.orba Thai
Niirn.a  Sometimes  Show.
"Yes. she's a good nurse, doctor,"
said the patient rather reluctantly.
"You don't uieiin that," was the an
ewer of the physician. "What's the
matter with h.r?   Come, tell me."
"Nutblnft," began tbe faint contradiction. "She's quiet, tidy and sympa
thctie, but, doctor, ber hair's dyed. 1
could sey It plainly yesterday when she
sat between me nnd the window."
The doctor did not speak for a mo
ment.   He did not even look surprised.
"Pucb a nice nurse, too," went on tbe
patient. "Why should she do such a
foolish t_h_g7"
It was then tbnt she learned from the
doctor that dyiil bnlr ls not nearly so
unromnion In the case of trained
nurses as mlprht bo supposed. Kiek people like to have younit r.nrses about
tbem, Even physicians have a weak
ness for the youny nurses. They be
lieve that their Interest and enthusiasm
are (.-renter.
"Tbe nurses' term of usefulness It
short enough ns It ls," this physician
said, "for tlie wnrk Is *<t exhaustive that
they must soon succumb. Some of
them are compelled tc .Ive up aftei
ten years. Few nre ever able to keep
up until they hnve put In twenty yeara
"If they feel thnt crny hairs, comlnp:
perhaps n little earlier than tbey are
due, are (..Ins to make tlie lerm of
their best days even briefer tbey nre
driven to bldlnc those traces of time
and overwork by the use of bnlr dye.
and the number tbnt do make use of It
Is very much larger than nnybooy sup
poses."���New York Puu.
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For other dates ami particulars up
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER VI
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'"terior Finish,    rurned Work^EM YIZZZ
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Large Stock Plain and FancyaGIa...^;
HRMERS ATTENTION !|1
I   ����*�� Alwayg in Stock fof Fencingand Drailling.
! R��yal City Br^hTcoIumbia St.*
Carelessness Is the great sin of most
people.
If n man doesn't acquire a little sense
with age he cheats himself.
If a man owns a poeketknife it 1.
hard for him to pass a grindstone.
Say whut you please about moral
courage, the tnnn who has a lot of lt
Is mighty unpopular.
Make the storie. you toll on a rainy
day as short hs possible, especially If
you tell them under an umbrella
There Is very little use trying to cos
vlnce a man wbo meets your state
ment with this argument: "I'll bei
you," etc
No matter how hlg_ly you may value
your own opinion remember it does
not go with other people unless tbey
think exavtly n. you do, which, by the
sray, they seldom do.-Atcbison Globe.
A |,]icnaiii.    UO-SCt*Se6,
"In my morning walks." remarked ���
Brooklyn clergyman In referring to ble
vacation, "I bad as n companion an
elderly gentleraau, whose acquaintance
I prized highly After a crbss count.)
nimble of flve miles one b��t afternoon
we stoppnd at n fnrmbouse for a drink
ef milk. I drained my class, and how
refreshing it wasl But the old gentleman drank lightly and sot bis glass
down with n goodly portion of the rich
milk untouched.
" 'Very tin.' lirlnk,' bs said as we re
sumod our Jnunt.
" 'Thou why didn't you drink all ol
It?' I asked.
"That's tbe way I make my contribution to the conscience fund,' he explained seriously. 'When I was a boy
I worked on s farm and was taught always, after rinsing, to leave a little
water In the milk cans.' "���New York
Times.
on. 12.
NewJWestminster ���
I
Mon Wllh Women'* Tolooo.
Generally speaking, races living St
high altitudes have weaker enS more
highly pitched voice, than those living
tn regions where the supply of oxygen
Is more plentiful. Thus among the
Indians living on the plateaus betweea
the ranges of the Andes, at as elevation of from ten to fourteen thousand
feet the men have voices like women
snd tbe women Ilk* children, snd thelt
tinging Is s shrill monotone. Tbe An*
trallan native bss a weak voice, bat
s knack of sending It a long distance,
snd the lowest tribes of African bush-
men also possess weak voices. Of sli
human beings It would seem that ths
dwarf race discovered by Stanley ll
ren tra I A fries hsvs, ln point of volume
ind compass, the weakest of human
rolces, and this Is only what one
would expect from the feebleness of
fcslr physique general!*.
IN A FRENCH ARSENAL
A cui c is Btate of affairs exists in
\ v  arsenal at Toulon.   Near-
')' "1' ' ��� ;v.vii contriva to add
to their salaries by exercising another trade during their leisure
hours. Some earn extra money as
hotel carpet beaters; others 'distribute prospectuses nnd handbills
or art a. parcel carriers for local
shopkeepers. One man complained
recently in all seriousness that he
wa. fo overworked at the arsenal
tluit he had no time to exercise his
profession of masseur. Indeed,
most of the men boast of working as
little as possible in the arsenal
yards, in order to be fresher for
their own private engagements in
the evenings.
To cap all this, a number of ar-
6en_l hands actually carry on their
supplementary trades in the yards.
It appears that there arn nniateur
shoemaker., watchmakers, barbers,
etc., who earn on a thriving and
lucrative business among their comrades. In fact, things have come to
Buch a pass thut the Toulon barber,
have taken the initiative in petitioning the naval authorities to put ��
stop to the unfair competition to
which they are subjected.���Paris
Cor. London Tribune,
DESERTtD FROM NAVY       U. S. MAY ESTABLISH
TO GET MARRIED        P. 0. SAVINGS BANKS
Youthful   Husband   is   Arrested   After   President  Taft   Suggests  That   Depos-
Having   Been   Married   But  Ten its Could   Be Used  to  Take   Up
Days. Two   Percent   Bonds.
Punished  For Kindness.
William Hilton has recently bee.
released from an English prison after being punished for cruelty to animals, and yet he was guilty only of
excess of kindness. Not liking'ths
idea that a useful beast of burden
should be shot at the end of his honorable career and also regarding the
command, ''Thou shait do no murder," as applying to the killing of a
beast as well as a man, he has heen
in the habit of buying up ancient
and wornout horses and maintaining
them alive in stables specially constructed for the purpose. It was
the discovery of these poor creatures, many of them supported in
slings, that led to his prosecution
for crueltv to animals.
New York, Sept. 1.���William Mer-
ritt Webb, a sailor on the lulled
States cruiser Wabash, was arrested
at Yonkers yesterday and taken back
to tbe Wabash,which he left iia July
lil to continue, bis courtship of Miss
Nina P. liensisi, daughter of .Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Benson of 3113 Prescott, Bt.,
Vonkers. Webb formerly boarded at
ibe Benson home. Early In 1907 he
asked her parents to consult to bis
marrying their daughter. On account
of her ago they refused and Webb
enlisted in the navy. The two continued to correspond during Uie entire
trip of the American battleshipa
around the world.
When the fleet returned to the At-
laniic Webb hurried to YoiiKers and
again sought Miss Benson's hand. Her
pareuts, however, still withheld their
consent and Webb was ordered to report at once on board the Waioash,
which was about to sail for the Medi-
terraneac He remained on the ship
until July 31, when he left the vess.el,
threw off his sailor togs and returned to Vonkers in a newly purchased
suit, lie told the Benson: his term
of enlistment  had expired,
On Aug. 7, he and Miss Benson
went to the home of thL. Rev. Philip
Stahl, pastor of the .erniau Lutheran
church, 161) Nepperlmn Avenue, Von
kers, acid were married. Tb,. wedding
remained a secret until yesteday. At
the Benson hotel last night it was said
that Mrs. Webb had accompanied her
husband to the navy yard.
Siberia For Anarchist.
Orifl, Kussla, Aug. _1-,.���Decisions
have been handed down in the case
of the twenty-six social revolutionists
recently placed on trial here on
charges of promulgating their views
amcug the peasants. One of tlie prisoners was sentenced to death, twenty-four sent to penal servitude and
one  wag acquitted.
Beverley, Mass , Sept. 1.���President
Taft indicated in talks with callers today that in his message to congress
next December he will strcugly urge
the early establishment of a postal
Savings  bank  djstem.
Influential members of both senate
and house are urging that the matter
ba left over until the monetary com-
missiui lias made its report and ensuing financial legislation has been
disposed of.
President Taft .believes that several
hundreds of millions would be placed
at tlie dlsposit-ou of the govi-rnment
through postal sav.tugs banks, li is
suggested that this money might well
be employed in taking up tie- $li00,-
000,000 or $700,000,00o of government
2 per cent bonds, which are outstanding, and which have given much cu_-
cern to the treasury department officials. Alreadf the - per cent bonds
are Selling beL/w par and there is
l. ar of further depreciation iu view
of the 'A per cunt issues, which have
been authorized and which scion may
be placed on tbe market.
The money which postal banks
would draw, the president believes, U
that which is sent abroad each year
by foreigners who insist that the government's guarantee should be hack
of any bank in which they place tbeii-
bard earned savings and thai which
is secreted in stocking and mattresses
and not sent to any  bank at all.
The president believes that the postal banks, would appeal only io those
timid persons who are afraid lo trust
the ordinary bunks and who would
rather get the 2 per cent, or less Interest which the government would
give them, than to place the money in
regular savings banks with 3 to 4 pet-
cent, interest each year.
TOWNS WITH TROUBLES.
MOHRS TERHIE1E0
AT AN IRISH WAKE
John   Sharp.
In the neighborhood of his Mississippi home John Sharp Williams
is always called "John Sharp." That
is because the family of the congressman's mother were the Sharps
���the great people of that section.
According to his own confession
Williams notion of earthly happiness is to sit on his veranda at
Yazoo in the company of good books
and watch the cotton grow. Only
one vote was cast against him at the
last election���that of one of his
seven children as a joke. One of his
close friends said recently: "John
writes poetry fur recreation. At
least, he says it's poetry, and that
he finds recreation in committing it
to paper."
Nuggets.
Cheerful looks mnke every dish s
feast.
One In lore with truth need never
ask about bis reputation.
Shabby clothes are no longer an allowable eccentricity of genius.
The hunger of man for riches has reduced chaos to order, forests to gar
dens.
Culture Indicates superiority, and superiority Impresses others.
A rough, rude, coarse manner creates an instantaneous prejudice, closes
hearts and bars doors sgalrst us^- fluo-
cess Uagaslse.
Th.   Statue  ot  Liberty.
The r-olo_siis uf Kliodes probablj
never brought any returns In cash to
the city, but its tradition will last
when everything else Rhoueslan Is entirely lost from history. So with this
Statue of Liberty. It gives a welcome
to every stranger wim conies to America to seek his fortune In a country
which has been the friend of the oppressed for centuries, it is bailed with
Joy by every American who catches a
Klimpse of it as he returns trom a sojourn '.n Luropo. its meaning la more
apparent after a short absence fron,
America tbau perhups It was before
such an experience. It Is one of the
few things which we have which Is
not commercialized.��� Chicago Tribune.
|/>Bdon's trouble Is her fog.
Tokyo's trouble ls eartbqnakcs. ta
bar worst 200,000 residents were killed
flie mistral Is the trouble of Mar
seilles, an east wind that Increases the
city's death rate B0 per cent.
Calcutta's trouble Is cholera, and the
bubonic plague is tbe trouble of Bom
bay. Each city pnys to her trouble sn
annual tribute of SX0O0 souls.
Bagdad's trouble L the "Bagdad but
ton," a sore tbat attacks practkally
jvery lesldent and visitor, leaving s
ftStton shaped permnneiit s.-ar.
Wadrtd's tronble Is the solano, a summer wisd from the southeast It ls ex.
ceedlngly hot and ls accompanied b_
blinding, .'I'vklng clouds of dust, so
that notwithstanding a temperature of
104 or 110 degrees all windows must be
elosed-Pblladelphln B-.lnUn.
Weird Tale  From Carrick-on-Shannon
���Ghoulish   Figures  Had  Super.
natural  Attributes.
Tne Science of Chemistry.
Chembatsy did uot become a science
~lr> other words, chemistry proper did
_t>: exist���until the seventoenth century, etd lt was ss late as the mldd.
-it ths eighteenth century before It be
gau Jo tmeunt to mncb- Tbe old al
"li. my undoubtedly sontnlned tbe
germs, or at taast tbe potwil.ilHie.. of
ibe present day chemistry. _-ut beyond
this the relktlaoahip between .lie modern science and the ancient delusion tr
slight Indeed. Still, lt cannot bs de
nled that tt was in tbe foolish search
for the "Philosopher's Stone" and ths
"Elixir of Life" tbat men flrst hit upon
the discoveries which were destined
io develop Into t_e great science of f>
lay.���New York American.
Dublin, Sept. 1.���From Carrick-on-
Shauuon comes a weird tale oi mourners at a wake being terriled by a
mysterious figure to whom they ascribe supernatural attributes.
The incident ls stated to have occurred at the wake of a woman named
Goldrick, the wife of a respectable
farmer near Kiltoghert grazing ranch.
The wake had ibeen proceeding toilsome little time when, at about eleven
o'clock in the evening, a stiange,
gaunt flgure, dressed all in black and
with lace veiled, was seen to glide Into the room and take a seat in the
midst of the mourners and thi ii
friends. It is declared that all pros
ent were too terrified to queaticn thi
figure, which sat muttering to itself
until, at the break of day, it gl.d u
away mysteriously as it same.
So deep-rooted is the superstition ot
the average Irish peasant, that it is
difficult to induce him to look upon
such "incidents" as capable of material explanation. Exactly bow much
of the story as currently related ls
actual fact, and how- much Is due to
the addiqions of the superstitious
miud, it is impossible to say.
WILL   PRESENT   ORGAN
TO  ST.   PETER'S CHURCH
Tke  Wroaf  Line.
A society which disseminates moral
literature once sent a railway manager
��� large uumber of free tracts to place
ln the waiting rooms. One was entitled, "A Route te tbe New Jerusalem."
The letter which tbe moral literature
society received ln reply declined ths
tracts. "We cannot place the tracts,"
wrote tbe manager, "as the N. J. Is not
on our system."
Oalte  ���  Va_l.tr.
The fashionable girl bad accepted
nim and the young man was wondering
how far bis $80 a week would go.
"Ton must remember tbat life Is nol
sli ffolf snd tennis," murmured be.
"Why, of course It Isn't," she re-
spondod brightly. "There's hosting snd
coaching snd bridge snd ever so man)
things."���Louisville Courier-Journal.
Tht 8are_sti�� Cablx/.
The London bobby la notorloOB for
,-vergrown feet and bands. Likewise
me London cabby ts generally ae.
.-rsdlted with never being at a loss far
s reply. One day a bobby lifted u��
iis band majestically to bait a cabby,
but tbe latter crowded his horse ahead.
"VIdn't you see me rslss my 'snttr
aemsnded tbe bobby.
"I did see the sky darken a moment
but my 'orse was abyln' at your feet,'
retorted the cabby ns he whipped Of
and went on.���Loudon Graphic.
Opera  House Bookings.
Sept. IS.���The Tlma, Place and the
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Days.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Oct.  13���Scottish Concert.
Oct. 20.���O. Henry's New Opera
"Lo."
Oct. 28���The Climax.
Nov. 1 and 2.���The Shepherd King.
Nov.  4���Parisian  Model.
Nov.  19.���Human  Hearts.
Rome,   Sept.   l.���An    internatlcuttl
I committee has been formed  with  the
jouject of presnting to 'die Popo in
commemoration of    his    forthcoming
{episcopal golden  jubilee,    a    colossal
church  Organ   for   installation   in   St.
Peter's.
Besides the small organs in the side
1 chapels, thei. are at presnt only two
very  inferior  instruments,   winch  are
.wheeled about to whatever part of tbe
great church the choral service happens to be in.
I The Pope has already given his
sanction to the proposal, and, in addition to Cardinal Rampolla and vuri-
ous foreign Cardinals, the renown.d
composer,   Camilla     Saint Saens,   and
J tho Duke of Norfolk have Joined tho
committee,
PELLAGRA  EPIDEMIC
IN SOUTHERN STATES
At tha Unctora'  t__~.
"Carrus, was tbat operation you performed on old Hunks successful?"
"Successful?   Yes; singularly so."
"Singularly?   Then  he's  recovering,
Is he?"���Chicago Tribune.
A Russian does not become of sgt
until he Is twenty six.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group 2,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 2396F, issued
in the name of John Bernard Johnson, has been filed ln this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month f.-om
the date of the flrst publication hereof ln a dally newspaper published ln
the city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
ln the meantime valid objectlcu be
made t0 me ln writing.
C. 8. Keith,
District Registrai of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, August 30, 1909.
Montgomery, Ala.. Sept. 1.���With
pellagra almost epidemic In three 01'
four counties, tlle State Health Board
is at Its wit's end to provide a remedy. One hundred cases are reported in Clark County, with several
deaths, while Butler County, just
south of the capital, reports three dying, with five cases under observation.
Dr. E. Mason, head of the Bacteriological Department has been rushed
to Clark County, and such remedy as
can be rendered will be sent to Greenville.
Too Much Dime Novel
Belvllle, Sept 1.���It ls said that
there is a gang of boys in this city
wbo bave their headquarters near the
overhead bridge on the G. T. P., who
read dime novels and thirst to be des"
peradoes and pirates. Three members of the gang, it is said, were responsible for a robbery of tobacco
from Kenney & Walmsley's wholesale
grocery last evening. Two large boys
aged about 13 and 10, kept watch
while the other lad, aibout 6 years old.
went Into the back of the warehouse
and stole tobacco. They were frightened away before they could be Identified. The police are looking Into the
matter.
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The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish- j
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices, I
Tbe Dally News Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A. Paige Managing  Director
CANADA'S   GAIN   THE   UNITED
STATES' LOSS.
THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER  2,  1909.
THE   BRITISH   BUDGET.
It is a long time since national ex-
A recent despatch from Ottawa reports the arrival in Canada Of no
less than 9,208 American immigrants
during the month of Juno. The arrivals during June, 1908, numbered
4.88-1, thus showing an increase for
"the present year of 90 per cent. Practically 60,000 Americans moved across
the border last year to make their
homes in Canada. It is estimated officially that this year the number will
exceed 75,000. Should that prediction
jbe fulfilled, as it probably will be, It
will moan that in eight years we
shall have lost amd Canada will have
| of $14115. and a special constable is
traveling an the vessel, which is due
in port today, to watch and search it
thoroughly.
BASTEDO   INITIATES
A  NEW   SCHEME
Montreal. Sept. _.���s. T. Bastedo,
superintendent of Dominion government annuities society, today initiated
a plan for provision of old-age annuities for employees by employers or
jointly. a ntimbei of local employers favor some such scheme, and
asked Mr. Bastedo's aid to formulate
a plan.
citement over  any  political   affair  '���>  __,__.  400000 good cltlzens.
Greai   Britain   raged   so   fiercely   as      These   people   are   not   mere   w-ork
that  which just now  obtains  In  con- seekers.     Most   of   them   a���,     borne      ^    ^^    ^ ^
nection with the budget of the Libera,  maker.     An ^^^^ Companies  will    parade    outside  the
farme's    who jDrl1'  Hal1 at  7 n-m-  thiB   (Thursday)
iv. ung runs high, and the whole emu.-  ����*�������   "'^j^''the[r .tronK person-1 evening, to act as guard of honor to
���'���      ���' '    ' ...     Ilvli-H Strafliennn Uniform���fill!
BOYS' BRIGADE ORDERS.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Stove Polish
SPECIAL TODAY
lOc
PER TIN.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell Ior the same
administration.     The
tide   of   public  ada  says
percent  are
try    has    $en    divided    into    two * ���    themBe,VP8  with    the LOrt-      Strathcona.
���i,i,       _.._ . _1-ARB
���the  total  wealth
which  they ibring  amounts  to  many
classes, for' the budget  and  against, ()_st an{1 highest Interests of the lo
producing  a  confusion    of    political cality and the country to which they
parties that is as  remarkable  to  the  go.    He  says  that
onlooker   as   it   is   embarrassing     to ,.,���,,;    (ltr,,i .u    ...
millions of dollars.    It is omcuiii.   es
party leaders. I.imated that the    58.312    Americans
The latest development in the situ- who mov,.(} to Canada during the Ca-
atiiei   is'ihe  forthcoming  address   of  nadlan   fiscal  year  ending  March  31
Lord   Uosebery  to  the  business  men  1908, took with tbem money
foots  nf  a  value  of  $32,0011.0110
of  Glasgow,  at  an   ami-budget   meet-  fvCts  "'  ���'
i dress.
V.   H.  C.  ABBOTT.
H. G. WADE.
Soptember 2, 1909.
ing on the 10th inst. Speculation is
rife throughout the land as to the
position which ills lordship will take
iei regard to the great question. He
has so often done exactly what he
was not expected  io do that it is al
and ef-
This
is for Canada the most valuable and
for us the least desirable of all our
exports to the Dominion.
Within eight years we have lost to
Canada people enough to make a city
wiib a population numerically equal
to that of Cleveland, greater than that
most impossible to hazard  a conject-  " "Buflalo  01.  g^   Francisco,  almost
tire as to what the "Errant Earl" may " ^ lh.l( of Cinci_natti with Al-
do on the present occasion.   The gen- b_ny ,uUl(,(| t0 j,  almost equal to that
however to be that of Washlngt0n and New Haven corn-
era! feeling seem
lie wil] ranik himself determinedly on
tl% side of the budget opponents,   He
THE WINNERS
FOR AUGUST
Did you draw a
winner? Here
are the numbers
We Are Bound
to ��ur custom.
other  bonds
than those of
satisfaction
uy , f. i aWod value
We make friends while making
money. If we didn't we would not
now be the largest and most pro
gressive furniture store in town
I   FF'Q  Furniture Emporium
JL_I  1__   al���I     kS Le. s Block, Colun ;, _ _tr...
a Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B.C.
51,871,
30,499,
50,192,
57,171,
59,561,
56,603,
56,622.
59,324
73,542
47,059
Easterbrook  Milling  Company
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
FIRST  STREET   SEWER   NOTICE.
Pursuant  to Section 20 of the "Local     Improvement     General     By-law,
hined.    To these there should be add- L9;, _oUce ls herel)y glven thal the
ed an unknown number of Canadians !.lssessment  ron  of  the  "First  Street
may do otherwise of course, and it is of 1<)nger 0r shorter residence in the  Sewer
this glorious uncertainty which gives
Uited   States,  sons
and   daughters of
so spicy a fillip to the circumstance Y     pominion, who have  gone home
of Lord Rosebery's promise to speak |io gh__e j_ ^ t0 advance the pros.
on the great question of the hour.
For  years  the   noble   laird   of  Dal-
meny has been more or less a politi-
perity of their own country.
b ration of 'The Century of Peace'
cai wobbler.   Moreover he has practi- t_.ee_  thg United States and Canada
cally  Stood  outside  the  Liberal  fold,
a time, though he has continued to
rank as in a general way as a Liberal.
'���ploughing    his    lonely    furrow"    lor  ^ Niagara Rlver at the Falls.' There
is a ibridge there now, but it Is a toll
bridge.    A far better plan than that
If he now takes up amis on the w_Jd be the recogniuon o{ a hundred
years of peace by the execution of a
commercial treaty based on reciprocal
advantage and common interest.���
New  York Sun.
local Improvement is open for
inspection at the office of the Assessor in the City Hall, Xew Westminster, British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person interested in
any of the properties included therein
4 Canadian paper suggests the cele-1 desire to appeal from such assess-
' e-1 ment  he  shall,  within the period  of
eleven (11) days from tbe first publication of this notice, give notice to
the undersigned in writing of his ln-
tenticii  to appeal.
Dated this 31st day of August, A. D.
1909. W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
by the 'opening of a free bridge over
side of the class to which he natural
ly belongs, the class that is so severely hit by the socialistic budget of Mr,
Lloyd-George,' this must effectually
dissever any ties to the Liberal party
that  may remain.
Lord Rosebery's entry into the
arena of tHe budget tournament has
provided a -viisation almost as great
as  that  lateiy caused iby the remark-
PENITENTIARY FOR
ST. DENIS SAFE  ROBBERS
Vancouver,   Sept.   1.���The   steamer
Camosun,   which   arrived     last  night
able speech of by the Chancellor of from Northern British Columbia,
Uhe Exchequer in the metropolitan brouSht Provincial Constable Leek
district   of  Liniehouse.     Tli
and two prisoners convicted on a
rancour (charge of robbing the strong room
and bitterness which this very frank of the Boscowitz Steamer St. Denis.
Utterance awakened is even now with- They were A. Augustin and F. F. G.
out signs of allavimnt. The Glasgow WaU, and they will serve a sentence
,    , . ... of    five  years given    them  bv Judg.-
declaration  may therefore  either re-, y<mng  b>fore whom they ^ ^
excit�� or soothe the wounded suscept-  at pritice Rupert.      The'robbery was
ibilltles   of   those   whom   Mr.   Lloyd-! committed the night before the vessel
George has held up to ridicule   even cached  Port  Esslngton.   The window
,       ���,    ,. ... . j  of  tbe  room,    was   broken,  and    the
to  contumely,     lo  Britishers  Wrttrt^ whk.h wa_ ,n bag,_   wltMralvn
form the scene of conflict by the At-|by means of a boat hook. The rob-
lantlcocean this element of uncertain-ibery was almost immediately discov-
ly  bas  a decidedly  sporting  Interest,  er��d by the purser.      Both prisoners
admitted  tiie crime.      All  the money
has been rvcovered with the exception
COLUMBIA STREET  LOCAL
PROVEMENT NOTICE.
IM-
but to the folk wbo arv living in the
very heat of the prevailing excitement it has a significance almost
painful.
It would seem rather as though the
Unionist party of Great Britain have      The  Municipal  Council  of the  Cor
played  into the bands of  Mr.  Lloyd- poration of the City of New Westmin
George and the Liberal party  by the,Bte1, having iby resolution determined
and   specified  that  it   is  desirable   to
carry  out   the   following   works   that
have i8 t0 say:
.   (a) To   construct    a    sewer to be
known     a.s    the    "Columbia    Street
Sewer"   on   Columbia  street   between
McNeeiy street and Fourth street.
he |    (b) To construct cement  sidewalks
it un both sides of Columbia street be-
McNeely    street
relation   to   the  budget.     They
fallen   out   among   themselves.     One
sctlon   of  the  party  led  by  Mr.  Balfour  declares  that  the  land  tax  proposals   ar.   popular,   that   it   will
folly  to oppose them, and    that
would ibe better to Incorporate these  'ween    McNeeiy    street    and Fourth
with the . Innks of tbe  Unionist plat- A'~et, *'th   .loe88a!_   staining walls
.. _, _,___�����.      And   "'at   the  said   works ��hall   be
form rather tha-i set them off against J car,.ied   ou(.   ,n   accordance   wlth   the
tariff reform.    The other section  de-  provisions of  the  Local  Improvement
this   view     bitterly   and   de-,General   Bylaw,   1909.
death against the . And lh�� ?ilv Bntfn.er and City
'Assessor having reported to the Council in accordance with the provisions
Apart from this dissension in the Un-iof the said bylaw upon the said works
lonist ranks, there is the damaging giving statements showing the
admission by some of the party journ- .amounts estimated to -be chargeable
a,s that during the past few months 1^ l�� ffSStSS1?�� slid
tlie position of the government has works and other patlculars and the
been strengthened, whilst the cause of'said reports of the said City Engineer
tariff reform has remained stationary. and, citv Assessor bavlng been adopt-
liounce.
clares a fight to th
very  radical proposals of the budget
Date   of first   publication,   31st  day
of August, 1909.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
office 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Pbone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Ught and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
If you did you are entitled to
a 109-piece China Dinner Set.
Each month from the dupll-
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 these J'ou 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 la a better
flour���not merely different, but
better- It is the best and purest flour on the market In western Canada today.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO.. Ltd.
VANCOUVER,      B.    C.
FLOUR |
IMPERIAL $7.25  per   Bl
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75   per  Bbl
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  STREET.
Kl.OUH AND FEED MERCHANTS.
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I RYALL'S  FOOT POWDER.   Itl
does its work.
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THIS   CUT
WE   ARE    READY   TO   -HOW |
you how lt is cheaper to buy our
high-class    building     materiaii
than It Is to purchase the imw-
er    kind.       We    Can p*1 lit  to I
buildings   bulU   with  our nm* |
rials   that   never  tn ��� I repair!.
We  can   point   to some omen [
that need repairs ail the t.me.
But they  were noi built ol oar
materials.       See    when
cheapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
real I
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WE5TMOUNT
shows our new Collar, 'The West-
mount."    All sizes, Two for 25c
WE ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE      OF
HEIGHTS;   ALL  SIZES IN  "GLENCOE,"
"MAXIM.1
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li ls here that tlie smile of the Liberal iC(IJnM_.Ci C<_ln?l1'
f'-otlce  is  hereby    glv��t.i    that  the
party comes in. [said reports are open for Inspection
Meanwhile the influential   committee ut thG offlce of the City Assessor, City
that has been formed to gain public Hall, Columbia street, New Wes'tmin-
eupport  for  the budget proposals  Is !*S,���5 n.an?rItlat !Jnless  . 1)et,itlon
, , aSfcInst the proposed works above
neither losing time nor sparing in- (mentioned Blgned by a majority of the
ventlon to educate the masses up to owners of the land or real property
the intelligent understanding of    the 1*0 be assessed or charged in respect
reform  that  ls  proposed.    Hundreds **** ^ork��  W^ing at  least
���, , .. ,     one-half ln value thereof is presented
of speakers aiv speeding over the (to the Council within fifteen days
country in the performance of this , from the date of the first publication
great mission, whilst the graniaphon. iof ,nl�� notice the Council will pro-
has been put into commission as an 2_5__. .^.i,01!! %?PT* lmP^'ements
..,,,��� .   .. ,  .under  such   terms  and  conditions  as
additional  agency  ot   the  propogand-1to the payment of the cost of such
ists. Records of the now famous Lime- Improvements as the Council may by I
house   sj���ech   are   reded     off    daily ,'b>'law ln llla<  behalf regulate and de-
liii-in't.1.,      .i��i,l       .. lv,.      t _       m_t..        . < i .1
PHONE
your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone
A-22
',  For information as to contracts, consult the advertising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your
place of business.
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wherever a few voters can be    gata- assessme^.''
.red together for education. Certainly      Dated this 1st day of September
they are  having u  real good  time in  D. 1909.
politics in Hie old country just now.' w- A- DUNCAN.
But If rumor be trustworthy the heat     Da.,, of  flm publloftISJ[
of tho battl.  has yet  to come. ;day of September, 1909.
also   to   make   the   said
A
Clerk.
the  ind
Fall Term Begins Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9 A. M.
Full business course;  modern methods���two practical in.iriirtor.
We teach  Music, Art, University    High    School "i'd ��PutileTohool'
COU 11��||
Ten experienced instructorc_..Gymnasium Instruction ajven to gt
dents free of charge.    For rate�� for board or tuition apply to
W.   J.   SIPPRELL,   Principal.
FOR
School Text Books,
Scribblers, Pencils,
and all School Supple
GO   TO
TODHUNTER & BURR      .
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PAGE F1VB.
NEW MODELS IN
Dress Goods, Silks, Trimmings and
Accessories.
See our advertisement on Page Eight.
W.S. Collister & Co.
TWO TEAMS MAV VISIT      STATE THAT O'CONNELL
LUASI DURING FALL
HOT HIS EXPENSES
WHERE?
At the Leading Furniture House, the place to save money.
Prices lower than the lowest. QUALITY IS OURS. It
will pay you to see our stock before buying your House
Furnishings.
Toronto, and  Montreals  Making Prep- , Tecumsehs     Have     Apparently   Come
arations For Western Trip���Inter,
view With Mr. Welsh.
Through   With Cash  to   Imported
Referee���Incident Closed.
Itwill pay tobuy your groceriesfrom
C. B. DEANS
Canadian or Carnation  Wheat
Flakes, per  pkg.   ...   ...35c
Wheat Flakes  1"   bulk,   4   lbs.
for 25c
G,yn   vvesi   Halting Powder,
12 oz. tlu 2��c
This is ii " "'I baking powder.
... . md sa >-. Bugar,  . -20
Schilling's;   Best     Baking   Powder, per tin 25c and 40c
Chicken Soup, 2 tins for ..15c
Clark's Pork and Bean.-, II cans
for 25c
Fresh   Ground   Coffee,    special
at, per lb 25c
Special Car Service For
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION IN
NEW WESTMINSTER
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th.
Hie B. C. Electric Railway   Company   announces   Uiat
special car service win be   put on    all    day  to Queen's
Park, and that a late car will be run to Vancouver at l
k a.m. On  Tuesday   lo   accommodate  those  who  attend ihp grand ball in tlie evening.
Particular attention will .be given to the service to
Queen's park from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. during the progress
of the Senior Lacrosse Match, Football Match, Tug-of-
���ivir. Baby Show, Pole Climbing    Contest and  tile Field
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCKS AN DEER, ETC.,
OPENS  ON   SEPTEMBER   t
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS W AR CARRYING A FULL AND
COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW     PRICES.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
SILVERWARE
8t��ltng Silverware is tbe kind  you give the brldv,
����a to lasi for lifetimes���fill her heart with pride;
,-," , ';; BWe tbe couple to cheer them all through life;
���una that pleaBe8 Hubby and also pleases Wife!
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
_____E A��ENTS LONGINE'S A ND  HAMILTON  WATCHES.
PURE GOODS AU
Cowan's paction Cocoa
(MapU Leaf Lak el)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette,, Wafer*. MadallUna. Etc.
Rowan's Cake Icings
EVtRY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
Lacrosse ougN to boom on thei The announcemenl Is mad. bn the
coast tliis fall, after the conclus. i.i last issue of the Montreal Star to
of tbe schedule between this city and reach the coast that Aid' O'Connell
Vancouver, According to reports of Montreal, who refere_a the late
appearing in the eastern papers, two cup game.- In this ciiy has received
star lacrosse tennis are contemplating bis expenses.
trips in Westminster this year���the I The item in th- Star does not state
Torontos and ihe Montreals. The from whom Mr, O'Connell received his
Torontog expeci to win the _. L. 1' cash, but if it was from anyone It
championship, and ln the event of must have been from the Tcciims-hs
dolng so will probably make the trip If that is the case, and it seems prob-
after the cup, while the Montreals able that It Is, it means a final set-
apparently want to pray a series ofjtlement of a much vexed question.
exhibition games throughout the-west. | Xew Westm'oster has held ail
The latest information on the mat- along that the Tecumsehs were tlw
hi- is conveyed iu the following Inter- ones responsible for bringing Aid.
view with y A. Welsh, appearing in.O'Connell to the coast, and that they
the Montreal  Star: should pi-y his expenses,
For Laiiy. Birthday. I��� !,'"'   management   Of   tiie Salmon
..,,     ,.    ,,,,, ,.     Bellies   pointed    out     that     on   their
'Mr   (     A.   Welsh,  manage,- of  the  trlp.  ,,���_,  ���       ^ ^ ����
N.-w vvestmtaster across, team.who tented t0 .,,,,, wlth a_ (,asK,,n offlcjal
...���vied to leave tbe city last night and thal ��� th_ todl ^ d lhf,
1 lo Stay over to ass:      lux       Q.    ,    j   , ..^ froM
W. E. FALES 612-618 Apes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176.
NIGHT  CALL 81.
in ib.. birthday celebration ot Mr
Joe Lally, tiie well known lacrosse
referee, who happened to arrive in
town .i.i business yesterday, and probably would never rave thought of his
birthday If Mr. Welsh and bis many
friends had not called his attention
to it.
Mr, Welch will go away well *;"-
lsfled with the result of bis trip. Although there have been all sorts of
rumors to the effect that half of the
Ave tbousar-l dollars offered by New
Westminster to the team tbat would
com,.- asid play there two Minto cup
matches ou October 11 and 18, If
tbey were entitled to that honor at
the end of the N. L. U. season, was
no inducement; Mr. Welch seems to
have managed to make Bome sort oi
a satisfactory arrangement.
Montresl   May  Go.
" 'It will be Toronto tba' will play
for the cup,' said Mr. Lally.
" 'I don't know whether it will 1"'
Toronto or Shamrocks, said Mr-
Welsh, "but 1 know that neither will
beat New Westminster in their present condition. Don't rely on Vancouver reports for our condition, for
they are too biassed there. We never
were in better shape. I don't know
whether the eastern champions will
come, and I cannot say anyiiiing
about even preliminary arrangements,
bul i will say this, and tbat Is that
if they don't we will no; be entirely
disappointed for Mi'. Kiaidlay told dm
today that Montreal was arranging a
trip to tbe Pacific coast, and-would
be glad to take in New Wesi minster.
their own part of tlle Dominion tbey
would  have  to pay  for it.
The local club had nothing to do
with bringing tlie alderm-\_ here, and
could see no reason why they should
pay  for bim.
It looks as if th- Indians had at
last admitted the justice of the Sal
mon Bellies' standpoint. It is to be
hoped thev have, and by so doling
have  closeil  the  Incident.
FIRST RACE���Six furlongs, selling
four-year-olds and  up.
1, Tuxer; 2, General Haley; li.
Cheers.
SECOND RACE���Six furlongs, selling,  three-year-olds  and   up.
1. Lillian Ray; 2, Curriculum; '.',.
Prosper.
THIRD RACE���Five furlongs, selling purse three-year-olds.
1, Virgie Cassie; 2, Lady Elizabeth;
II, Tom O'Malley.
FO. RTH RACE���Five furlongs,
thp Speed Handicap, all ages, purse,
$500.
1, Elizabeth Harwood; 2, Galnda;
li, Fern L.
FIFTH RACE���One mile and fifty
yards,  selling  three-yearolds  and  up.
1, Beau Man; 2, Footloose; 3. Mike
Jordan.
SIXTH RACE���Seven furlongs, sell
ing three-year-olds and up.
1, Mediant; 2, Sainposal; 3, Convent Bell.
FOOTBALL
Rovers   Select   Captains.
A general meeting of tbe Westmin-
ster Rovers Football Club was held
last evening, at wuicb a number of
matters w'ere dealt with. The clu.)
selected J. Lyons as captain, and B.
F. Locke as vice-captain, and left the
selection of the team to ihe trainer,
the CaptaJhS, and two oilier players,
this to be a tentative P'an to be tried
for a month, and see bow it would
work.
Arrangements for the game with
the Shamrocks on Monday were completed, and it was decided to leave
the referee question to the visitors,
as already proposed. The club tickets will be issued early next week,
and distributed to the public through
members of the club.
The executive was delegated the
power to make arrangements for an
xhlbltion game duing lair week with
the directors of tbe R. A. and 1. society. If A. G. Beaton cannot act
as club delegate to the Vancouver
District League, R. Sawers will take
his place. To a vacancy on the
executive committee C. S. Cooke was
elected.
British Tennis Tsam Arrives.
Xew York. Sept. 1.���The British
tennis players who will compete
against the American team in Philadelphia on September 11, to decide
which country shall send men to
Australia to contest for the Davis international trophy, arrived here yesterday on the steamer Kronp nz Wilhelm. The visiting team is composed
of J. C. Parke, C. P. Dixcn and W. C.
Crawley.
I
Dick Arnst Is Pievish.
i London, Sept. 1.���A Wellington dispatch dated August 23 says that
Arnst. tbe champion sculler, in an interview complained that though Barry and Durnan were professedly anxious to arrange matches, neither
would visit New Zealand or guarantee expenses to enable him to row on
their own waters.
Intermediate Lacrosse.
On Saturday the West End and Reginas will clash again at Queen's
park. It Is necessary for the West
End to win in order that they may
remain in the running for the championship.
International Cricket.
Ottawa Sept. 1���The cricket match
between ' Ottawa and Philadelphia
ended hi a draw. Rain Stopped UK-
gam eat the lunch hour. The Pilgrims were all out for S2 aud Ottawa
scored US for three wickets. Ottawa resumed and the Inning resulted
In 160 runs all out. Pilgrims' score
for the second Innings was 32 for two
wickets.
Rifle Shoot.
Local riflemen are preparing to
hold a shoot on Monday morning taking advantage of the Labor Day boll-
day. There has, during the past
month, ibetn little shooting on the
ritlle range across the river, but -H
now gives promise of reviving in interest The arrangements are for
i-ltllemen to shoot from 9 to 12 o'clock
and those members of the association
intending to go to the range are requested to notify V- H. C. Abbott jn
order that arrangements may be
made Io- markers,
B. C. FISHERMEN'S UNION.
There will be a meeting held b>
the B. C. Fishermen's Union on Saturday, September 4, at 2 p.m. in ^
Curtis hlock. and every fisherman is
expected to be presenl.
I JOHN W.-BRODWICK,
Secretary..,
The Nights
are getting long and the eyesight
in consequence is getting short.
Science, however, has to some extent overcome the natural decline of the eyesight by substituting properly fitted glasses. .Occasionally we find a case so
complicated that we cannot correct. Whan ws meet such cases
we are candid enough to say so.
Two essential things you can depend upon In dealing with us;
first, we fit your eyes perfectly;
second, we do not overcharge you,
and in every ease when not satisfied we cheerfully return the
money. We have spectacles as
low as 50c a pair. Try us for
your next pair.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
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.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALPRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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ESTRANGED COUPLE
RECONCILED BV CHILD
HALTING A COLD.
After Five  Years'  Separation Toronto
Couple   Are   Reunited   in   Bay.
Onne, N. J.
New Vork, Sept. 1.���Havng been
estranged for five years, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Kent were reconciled an,] reunited in Bayonne yesterday through
fifteen words spoken to Mr. K-.nt by
his 5-year-old son. Sine- 18U4 the
child has been with his father in Toronto wbiie the mother bus lived with
her mother at 363 Avenue (', Bayonne.
Mrs. Kent decided last Saturday to
make a final effort to become reunited
to ber husband and her child. She
went to Toronto, when, the parents
of her husband told her Mr Kent had
t;iken the child and gone to Bayorue
to meet her. They told her that the
little boy had, come into tlie house at
Toronto last Saturday and bad said:
"Papa, 1 wonder why 1 haven't a
mamma lik.- the other little boys here
have'.'"
Mr. Kenl was so touched by tli -
remark that he wmt to Bayonne
where his wife Joined bim yesterday.
They left with the child last night for
Toronto, win., ihey will live. The
boy whose remark resulted in the reconciliation ls their only child. His
mother had not seen him since 1.U4.
Whco bis faiher took him to Toronto.
Mrs. Kent tried to find the child, but
hud failed until lasi Thursday, she
got her first trace of him and left as
soon as possible for Toronto.
What te Oa When '01 S_a~rt_ �����
Ihe   Warning  ChflL
A cold, as nearly every Intelligent
person knows. Is the result of a stoppage somewhere of free circulation of
the blood, to whieh one Is first ward
tire through a feeling of chllL Sc
slight is tbe chill oftentimes that not
Bntil the preliminary sneeze comes is
Ibe victim aware be or she has beeD
in a draft, or tbat the temperature
bas change 1.
Tbe usual notion Is tbat by going In
doors, by cbau^-iu;,- to heavier clothing
sr retreating from the moist atmo.
phere the danger ls averted. These
precautiont are all well enough, but
the first and most efficacious measure
should be to restore the quick flow of
warm blood through every vein, and
SO by heat instantly counteract th?
little chill.
When tbe temperature of the bod.<
or extremities is lowered, or a suddei
chill or quick change from warm t
cold   temperature   ls   endured,
met, Ciayburn auu uistnci, *. .n' .g-
uuu auu uid-iki, ...a .u_i_u._i in dt.
^aliened oi   ����a. oi  v__.ui_tei.
_ a.ui.���iiia-ue and oeattie, in-
.i_n..fc all _. a. ini.iit ea_t auu _.u..i,
jud mm 6 fraine, _ enu-idge dua na_
eiiuere, cin   iuesuays,   iliuibUa^;,   _iiu
Saturdays.
.-in surrey unilis are receiwd Hum
v,iuv.l'_ulc, eice-jH iiau_ tTiim., jia-
selmere and reruiiUBe, .mcu arrive on
the lJu. t Uuichoa ll'aiu 0.1 1 uesuay.
liiui.days   and   oaturdu}-.
lliuu a.m.��� \aiiLou��eiv Victoria ana
central   l_i'K,   v.u  ii.   _.  i.lecli.c  iaa-1-
mty,
i.i.O p.m.���Strawuerry Hut, iim-
Ij.i iand and Soulu \\ e.tmins.er, y
courier fluesday aud l-ilua)>.
1:.0 p.m.���l_ast tiurnau^, uy courier
2:uu p.m.���Burquitlam, *,y courier.
2:uu p.m. (Summer mouiiis ciose ai
2:.u except SaiuiUayi���i_auner, tjorl
Uuicbon, Westnam io.aud and ��>uu
uury, daily except BtUKlay; Woodward,
luvsday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mail des.
patched and received via Vancouver.;
2:_. p.m���Vancouver aud 1'ijier
take ISiding, Via O. X. K. north.
3   p.m.���Cloverdale,   Nu-omekl.   ami
tUree or four deep breaths through the \pm Ktlls daU>% cla'.tJn Q_ Tue_a;_
nostrils, expand tbe lungs to their full ,Ti������-scjay, Friday and Saturday; Tyne
est exteDt, holding the inhaled air arkead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
long as possible, and then slowly e_ 'cord, Tuesday and Friday.
hale It through tbe mouth. In dolus 4:b. p.m.���Vancouver ami Burnaby
this the Inflation of the lungs sets tb. lake, via B. C. Llectric Hailway. bat-
heart Into such quick motion that tbe urday an extra mail is despatched  to
JAPANESE WILL
CELEBRATE AT FAIR
Seattle, Aug. 24.���On Japan Day,
September 4, the Alaska-Yukon-F.icilic
Exposition  wil] present the spectacle
of a street of Toyko dropped into thej mission converted tliiev
heart of an American metropolis. The '���     "True." answered the mission leadei
entire   program   of   the   day   will   be    softly, "but. Oeorge. you look so easj
blood Is driven with unusual forer
along Its channels, and so runs out blithe toes and finger tips, and seta up ���
quick reaction  aioilust  the  chlU
lafat.uadl-,. 1. Tempter,
A pompous Chicago merchant, arte
gantly carrying the si.iis nf bis pros
perity about him. accosted an acqualn*
ance of his who conducts a suecessfn
rescue mission and said:
"James, I'd like to attend one of yots
meetings."
"Certainly," rejoined the mtnlstei
"but leave your v.i-.tch and diamond,
with the bote! clerk."
"���What?" naked tlie merchant Iu a��
tonlshment.   "Are not tbe men of yom
Victoria  via  Vancouver at  this  hour
Blaine and Seattle, including all   L.
S. points east and south, via U. N, K
j "Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. H.. east, *.a
'ser Mills. This mail takes the following local places:. Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Fort Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agas.-uz,
Lytton, Lillooct, Sponces' Bridge, .Nicola and district, and all points east
except Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
0:45 a.m.���Blame and Seattle, Including all U. S. points, via Cl. N. it-
"Owl.'
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday;, via B. C. Electric
Railway,
9:06 to 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hm,
Oriental in character.    The costumes   and wholesome    Really, I don't wani  by courier (Tuesday and Friday;,
will be those of Japan, the music will    my mell t0 regret tbnt they promts**' '    y:"u  a-m-���Vancouver and   Victoria,
be   Oriental,   and   the   floats   in   the    va never to steal ngaln"     ' Ivia G. N. U.
grand   pageant   through,   th.,   ground- ' 10:00   to   11:00   a.m.���Ladner,   Fort
Guichon, Westham island and  (lues
th, ground-
will be unlike any which bave been
seen  before iti   the   United States,
Th main float of the day will be a
reproduction Of the flagship of Commodore Perry, as it  appeared at the
time of iiie landing of the first Amer- j
lean  fleet  in  Japan.    It  wil)  be one
of the largesi floats ever constructed ;
bearing a crew  of 11"  men,    On tiie !
bridge of th.- ship Commodore Perry j
will   be  represented  aa  a he  caught j
1re  first  |llmpse  of  th... shores    of
Nippon.
Anothr float will represent the temple of Nikko, 1111,1 ins.de will be s-ea '
two beautiful Japanese girls, who will
take the pan-- of the goddesses of
bi 1 ity and wealth. During the march
these young women will throw out
50,000 Japani "lucky pennies,"
Those who ar��� fortunate enough to
secure one of these coin- wil] be the
recipients of the bounty of the god-
desses. For they mean long life and
good fortun.-, and for the worn
beauty.
Th,- Japaae-e business men-  com-1
mission   will   be   entertained   by
officials of the Exposition ai  a  ban-;
que;   al   the   Xew   York   building,   in
honor of the day.
niniori. rharsaiu. ;dav_ T_ursdav anj Saturday)   Wood
ft was 01, bis way to tbe battleflelr I ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steves-
of Pharsalla that Caesar tittered the ton despatched and rece.ved via Va.i-
famons  saying to tbe fishermen.    He'couver.)
had come down to Brlndlsl to cross tc 8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Dyrrachinm and, finding no gslley. Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquit-
eomm.-u. led the owner of a small sail   'am-
tm. boat to put hlm  across the Adr)       1;0�� p.m.-Vancouver, Central Park
arJc.   On the royase a  violent sta-_., au,il. ���.'ras!r A���
���ccurred,   and   even   the   experienced
mariners were terrified,   But the grea-
���sptii'n e.il.1   "Ha
T '.';".ir  _-fl I.V
re m fe.ir.
tl rt-ir 09. m
Von
Best
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:no p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine aad Seattle, including nli I'. S. tioints
9:40 p.m.���Second Mail east, and
I losed mall from Sumas. and Seattle,
j ncludln? U. S. A. matter, and also
Frase*- Mills.
I  Railway Time Tables
Ever
Schools open on Monday next
and we want all students, both
young and old, to remember
that MOREY'S BOOKSTORE
is still in the lead with BOOKS
and   SCHOOL   SUPPLIES.
Our scribblers    and    exercise
books   are  the   best  valuj   ever
offered.      Don't    buy    until    you
have seen Ours.
TWO  SCRIBBLERS   FOR   5c.
on   Monday  next.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneoule.
Cars leave Vaucu_4er lor .Sew Westminster at oiiiu, U:5U. v2u and 8:00
a.m., and e\ery half hour th.iealtei-
until  11:30 p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at .:.0, _:2u, o:o0. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until ll:uu p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ror New Wesi
minster at _:u0 and -:l^ a.m., an.i
every half hour thereafter unti
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New We-innn*ter for Va.i
couver at 8:00 a.m., and nvery hall
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. La-
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
Model Sign Works!
at our Piano Department will convince you that N.-w Westminster Is
the Place to Get Your Piano. We
defy competition, and our prices cannot be beaten in British Columbia.
For instancv���a large, beautiful, walnut  c-ase, 4  feet 8  inches high, ciily
$275 cash:  one   1 feet  6 inches high, j QU Vpu-_. P]nPb- Qjv.h ".frppt Lv
only   $250  cash.       We   have  just   re- \ U1U lN CVV b DI0CK�� OlXUl SlTee. ^
Ceived th,- largest shipment we have
ever had.  Our store  Is  chock  full  of
pianos.     Such well known makes as
Nordheimer, New Seal,. Williams, Do-
Great   Northern   Railway.
N.W.  8:50  a.m.;   ar.  Seattle  3:35
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
minion. HorTiiun. Kohler and Cainble.
All We ask Is fo. you to call and we RPRING
win tell you the rest. Easy payments If desired. Sinner and Wheeler
k wii on Sewing Machines, Victor
and Edison Talking machines all on
easv terms.
.v.
.m.
Lv.  N.  W.   11  a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.
H.m.
N. W. 12:10 a.m.
a.m.
Lv, Seattle $:<i5 a.m
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m
1 m
:_o
ar.  Seattle
ar. Seattle 9:4')
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
MEATS
ar. Seattle 7:15
I
ar. N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W. 9:30 |
ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
I.v.  Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  ar.  N.W.  6:25 ���
ip.m.
[Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.
The Question
Where 10 buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
by directing you to the store where
you can see the largest stock of new
and second-hand goods of all kinds in
tbe city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
or sale, nearly new.
Come and see how much more you
can. get for your money here than
elsewhere.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, type-
vrlters, and light automatic machin-
ry and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck j
SECOND - HAND   STORE. Ltm r" v' n" ras, Ukinfi a11 """"*
Central Meat Market! when going east
!ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yeas
Oorner Eighth SL ana    Fifth A venae
PHONE  ��7a
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Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of malls at the New Westminster post office, tlie hour given In
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All malls,
unless otherwise stated, are despatch.
id and received dally except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and re
ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. R. east mails, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
BETWEEN
Malls Despatched.
6:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
^lumbla St.     "Man on the Wheel.-'
including Langley and district.
The  mall  for Abboisiord and  dis-
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly Illuminated train in the world. Tht
equipment consists of private oompart-
ment cars, standard 16 section sleepers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cars (seats free), modern day-
coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For  Time   Tables,   Folders, or  any
further Information call on or write
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The Daily News RSDAV, SEPTEMBER %
1909
THE  DAILYi  NEWS.
PAOE  __.Y_.-N.
ir Company, "���U0,'Vancou- published  In  New   w.	
��� head office ���'< lh'.    "���' , uavinu a be good and sufficient service thereof, more or less
J StW  0*fd|g4,B.       '-"���"   ��   '"'���   ,;"'(1     J?*1"'*   ��"""���'' ALBERT HUNT,
v ol *--'-";���    ��� A '!,,' all fully NOT W��tmta��ter Province of Brl I n Pw B   ��� ,
ban    '  ���'    .   ,,.��� the lake, 1 Columbia,  this  BOth   day of Augusi
S nil   (W   |:'" "Ssi.ioe     River,  A. D., 1909.
Km or Bource,    Mlsl loei . _   g   ^
t>ii **��� Y'lui,,t of dl��il0D District Registrar.
i"   ""��� ' " .,��. im,,, the!   To Samuel Coulter. B
a ^4     _.    II.    r I.
Dated June nth, 1909.
,   12 m'les  from
BSq.
l9 ���- ,,;,,  ,.|, The quantity .
^,��.iSwtortacobio_^_PJ|r|
secoii'l
800,    (e)
The   character   of
WATER  NOTICE.
,..  ff0rkB, a water power |
District of coast  Bange One.
Take notice that John Johnson, ot
Vancouver, H, _.( occupation, sales
man, intends to apply for permissioi
ito  purchase  the  following   de.criiti..
FOUR HUNDRED CONVICTS
EEIEIVE TICKET OF LEAVE
Wide   Application   of   Parole   System
in  Canadian  Jails  hag   Supporters
and  Opponents.
^YYlYYYA'-i'iiii'^^^
I'"       ' , ...      .-I.I Q...I        l-tllll-
'lands:
Commencing at a post planted oi
i   -,,,  nc iu��_  imuei   ���  i  i   v. iflic north shore of John island, an is-
Water A'-t, 1909," to olna n a|land between Kees island and Davies
in   tlie   Municipality  of    Bur- ^Island.      Dated, June 6th,  1909.    Ap-
Xotlce ls hereby  given that au ap
I pUBt for we     *7n_.U8tt.aJ a��d com-1 plication win be made under Pari   .
(or mercham^ ,   ^   particularly In'of the "Wati
1 merciai l11'1      ,   moton,     maohlney. license   In   tlie   Municipality  of    ]_iir.j lsiand.      Dated, June  6th,  1909.    Ap-
I tlie opeu ,X_      tbi-   operation     oljnahy  Division of Lot  114 District.       'plying  for  the  whole Island, contained,  lagn     s^       works for whlcn      (a.)  Tho name, address and  oi upa-jlng CO acres more or less.
I WB"__���taheat and P��w*r are suit- lion of the applicant Is Horaiv  WII
I slid' W i|i "      ""���     ���   " ~       ""    "'--* ��� '-"��� 	
l availabl.       (0    Th��  vr��
��.e. on which  tbe   water  Is   to   bo
l^AlYi.'-y   H or near high tide
:���_   -    .  mouth of the rlv-r.  (g)
�� pSpwrt tor which tha water 1��
avenue,
llatnson,     442    Westmlnsti
Vancouver,  I). C.
lb.) The name of the lake, stream
(if unnamed, the description) is unknown,  rising In Iyot 210,  running in
JOHN  JOHNSON.
Pe��r S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 6th, 1909.
District of Ooast  Ilange One.
to generate electric OOW- fl  southerly   and    westerly    direction     Take uoiir. that James  Watson   ol
Lii and heal  for traction,  light, through  District  Lot  HI, Burnaby,       [Vancouver, B.  C-, occupation, farmer,
f gating   manufacturing and    all     (c.) Th,.. point of diversion is about Intends to apply for permission to j��_
. very Industrial or other purposes 1400    test   south    of a stake marked chase the following described lands:
, which ii may be applied,    (li  if Block one m In the northwest cor-     Commencing at a post planted on
'?  -ater |��j -., bfl used for power or  m-r of Dlstrloi  Lot  144. ithe  northeast   shore   of     Owl   Island.
m' ; , .���';         describe  tho   place     id.i The quantity of water applied Dated June fith, 1909.     Applying for
..V/th   water Is to be returned to  for  (In cubic feet  per second)  ig two the whole Island, containing 16.) acres
�����  ,   _-..  at.- Hin-ur.  ioi more or less.
HALF THE TOIL
ol household work is taken
away when Sunlight Soap is
brought into the home.
For thoroughly cleansing
floors, metal-work, walls
and woodwork, Sunlight
Is the most economical both
In time and money.
JAMES WATSU-a,
Per S.  H.  KORD. Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
I ,.M'natural channel, and the differ- 12).
ln aiti ,,;    between point of dl- ,e.) The character of the proposed
ItarBion and  point  of    return.    The works  Is  to  run    power    machinery
I ���'. is to be returned to river near und  electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
L',', ol sui:.", and difference of ele- irrigating.
I"..   , :,u i n jioint of diversion and .     (f.)  The    premises    on    which    thai
l_.ni of return la aboul  300 feet,  (j) water is to be used is known as Block      District of  Coast   Range One.
IV." ol Crown   lan 1  hit'nde I to  be one  ll), two (2) and sixteen (16)  In     Take noiice tbat Bergeta Anderson
\Y              .��� proposed  works  will District Lot 144, Burnaby.                       (intends to apply for permission to pur
To Clean B^onzei.
It Is not a good plan to cleun bronzes
as ths polish Is very easily spelled, but
If necessary nothing ls better than
���leaning tbem with water and ammo
ala, using a stiff brush like n nailbrush
Dry carefully after rinsing thoroughly.
Tbey should be carefully dusted every
day with a soft cloth and a feathel
brush, and n little sweet oil may be
rubbed on occasionally. To remove
stains from bronze make the article
very hot by dipping It In boiling water
Then rub lt with a piece of flannel dipped ln suds made from yellow soap,
rubbing clean With soft linen cloths.
Ottawa,   Sept.   I.���At   the   rate     of
about loo a year, convicts are being
released   lrom   penal    instil minus   of
Canada iby exercise of executive cle-
mency, commonly known as ticket of
leave.    There arc divers  views as to
|tlie ef.-cl of Iho parole Bystem.    It Is
I said that th,. too extensive application
|of it operates as an encouragement to
th. criminal classes to take a chance
at crime in tlie hope of escaping without detection or if caught and convicted, of  getting  released  after  a  short
time on ticket of leave.   Cm tho other
I band   the  patrol  offlce    points    tbat
.while   ll   is   a   source   of   regret   that
'any receiving u license sliould relapse
] inio crime, it ls almost  unreasonable
to ho|>e that  not one should  yield to
the temptations of the former life.
FORMED CLEROYMAN
GUILTY OF THEFT
White-Haired  Author  Admits  Stealing
Valuables From  Rooms of Curio
Club.
_B[nCt    l'Ol    111,    ISliriiaiiy, aua-iin.   i_   a��.),|ii_    mi    ^.ui.oa, iu   M/ yu|- |
i ., acreg,    fl_��   Thi.  no-,     (g.)  The purposes   tor    which    the .of Vancouver, li. C., occupation, lady,;
It,,,,   posted  on   the   7th   day   ofl water is  to  be    used    are    domestic, ohase the following described lands:
1 will   be power   light and Irrigation. Commencing  at a  post  planted  in ,
, ,   ,   on   the      (b.)'if  for Irrigation  describe    the the bay at northwest corner of Maud
hlt.l,v  ol   Vugust   1909.     tl)   Olve  iiu,d   to   be    Irrigated���about    twelve Island,   the  largest  island   in  the  In-
I ft Kin'.- and  addresses of anv   ri-  (12)  acre.. |tlian   group.      Dated   June  6th.   1909.
Lrian proprietors or licenses who or I    (I.)  if  the water is to be used  for ; Applying   for  the   whole   island,   con- ;
\,., ni   are likely to be affected power or mining   purposes   describe talnlng 60 acres more or less.
.    .     . _i,.,   ..in,....   ohmu'ii.. ..i l,  _    >i..   -,...���_ i    <_ i.    -_. BERG IOT A  ANl'i.KSO.N,
BERGKTA ANii_USON,
Pea- S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[ijtie propo ed works, either abov. the place where the water is to be re-
Ior below the outlet, B. F. Dlckins, turned to sum,, natural channel, and
' Vavvvr, B. C. Uhe   difference   In     altitude     between
The part of the    Memorandum Of points of diversion and  point of re- i ������
I Association of  the   Company     Which turn.     The   water   Is   to   be   returned     ���, . ,      of  roag.   Ilam;e 0ne
Uorlwd  the  proposed   application ^1   two hundred  (200)   feet below     gg���&����S    mnk jLibson,
loavrks. n ids as to'low.s: to same channel and about sixty (60)       VanP0Uver   B. c   occupaUon, far-
.   (3)  The     cts  for    which    the  feet lower. Y mer   Intends 'to appiy  lor  permission
topany Is estabUshed and to wh ch |    j.   Thearea ol Crown lend  intend- ^,���J the Following  described
I objects th.  Company ar_    restricted :e(j to be occupied by    the   proposed i���/..
U tie acquisition of water aad water worln tanohe. commencing at a post planted in
powt-r by records  of unrecorded   wa-,    (fc,)  This notld- was liosted on the ^ amaj1  h^ ^_  _
I ttr or by the purchase of  water  re-114th  day  of  August,  1909, and  appli-
|4_Mrds or watei privileges for (a) Con- cation  will be made    to    the    Gom-
Stniciini:. operating  and   maintaining jmlssioner  on   the   15th   day   of     Sep-
[dectrlc works,  power  houses,   gener-  temlier,  1909, at 2.1b) o'clock.
Ming plant and such other appliances ;    (].)  fhe names  and    addresses    of
I and vim ni- aces   as    are   necessary  any    riparian proprietors or licensees
1 proper for the generating of elec- w\w nr whose lands are likely to be
affected    by    tho     proposed      works, _, _ _	
either above or below the outlet are |    Dlstrict of q^^  Range One.
the Crown, II.  B.    Scott.    Vancouver,,    _.ke   _otlce  ^^  xioil>ll  0   j0pn-
und E. ea>hman, Vawouw.    ��� ls0n   of Vancouver, B. O. occupauon,
HORAO.  WILLIAMSON.     if_ ,ntp|ldg   ^      ply  {or  permls-
442    Westminster   avenue,   Vancou- |aftr)h^ lanrtg.
ver, B. C.
trlcliy. or eli i trie power, or any other
form . developed power, and for
I transmitting the same to be us��_d by
[ ^K Company or by persons or com-
Ipies contracting with tho company
Ilk-;,-, as a motive power for the
(kitinc of motors, machinery or
j dec'rii' Hghl ng or other works or to
lh applied by the company to con-1
I unit,  for heating or as a    motive-
jo .r fur propelling tramways, or tor1
! tUiving,   hauling,    lifting,    pumping,
llghtln . crushing
a small  bav  on  north shore of  Bend
Island.    Dated  June  6th,  1909.      Ap-
plying  for  the  whole  island, contain- j
lng 80 acres more or less,
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June ith. 1909.
Good For Evil.
There are some people who turn
gray, but do not grow hoary; whose
faces are furrowed, but not wrinkle.;
whose hearts are sorely wounded ln
many places, but are not dead. There
Is a youth that bids defiance to old atre,
and there ls a kindness which laughs j
at the world's usage. These are they
who have returned good for evil. Whom
tho gods love die young, and tbey die
young because they never grow old.���
-4ect__
LoBf   Sight.
tlie longest distance ever compassed
by human vision ts 183 miles, being
the dlstaacs between tbe Uncornpahgrs
park, la Colorado, and Mount Ellen. Is
Utah. This feat was accomplished by
the surveyors of tiie United States
coast and geodetic survey, wbo wars
wgaged. In conjunctiva with representatives af other nations, In making
a nsw measurement ef the earth.
R. A. Oswald, Vancouver.
H. O.  Tremaln,  Belllngham.
L.  M.  Barr,  Belllngham.
C.  B. lirydmie-.Inck, Vancouver.
Mr.  and    Mrs,  3, J.    Hogan,   -lv-
mainuB.
Mr. and  Mrs.  Herrick,  Vancouver.
S.   C.   Rowbotham,  Vancouver.
A.  R. Fraser, Vancouver.
W.  H.  Morrison,  Vancouver.
T.  Saunderson,  Vancouver.
L.  A.  YVhi'.o, Vancouver.
W, F. Phillip, Newton, Iowa.
Windsor   Hotel.
John Spencer, DfRa.
F. M. Jones, Seattle.
S. J-  Moore, Toronto.
A. S. Gresson, Delta.
N.   Macdonald,  Whitewater.
S. Carastathe, Ladner.
G. Demster, Ladner,
C.  Demster,  Ladner.
P. Portarite,  Ladner.
G. Atchison, Tynehead.
R. Huron, Hatzic.
Frank  Hayes,  Seattle.
W.   Allard.   Langley.
Lyman Everett, Delta.
H.   Middleton.  Victoria.
London, Sept. 1.���When a white-
haired, white-bearded num of a xiy-
four, Edgcumbe Staley, ol Bryanston
street, \\'., admitted a charge of theft
before the London Sessions Justices
on Wednesday, the story of the threatened wreck of a man one in a good
position���clergyman and well known
author���was related, lie had siolen
a muffineer and a silver basket from
the Loudon Opinion Curio club, where
he visited to write up articles on the
collections.
On Ills behalf Mr. Huntly Jciuklns
called the Very Rev. Vernon Staley,
provost of Inverness Cathedral, who
said the prisoner was his brother, and
ho had been a journalist and writer
for a considerable number of years.
He had always borne the highest
character, and the tact that ue bad
pleaded guilty to theft came as a
I shock to his family and friends. He
was in bad health. Twenty years
ago he was a clerk In holy orders.
The Rev. John P'lidelbury, oi New-
Ingion Rectory, Walllngfunl, said be
had known him for thirty two years.
Mr. Huntly Jenkins, addressing the
bench, said it was nn awful tiling tbat
a man of his agv and career should
now have to confess himself guilty of
theft. H. was educated at Uwens
College, Manchester, and went to
Christ's College, Cambridge, where he
Igraduated in 1869. He afterwards
went intu the church, ibut under act
of parliament renounced bis holy
orders. Since lie bad been a professional writer, and bad published
i works of the very highest literary
1 description. Perhaps some aberration of mind had led to these offn.ices.
It was incomprehensiiile to his
friends, and be could nut give the
slightest explanation.
Mr. Hedderwick, the chairman be-
1 sought the prisoner to wlia back his
good namy by honorable conduct In
| his old age, and to give him the opportunity bound him over as a first
offender.
"SUICIDE SEEKER" FOUND
WHAT  HE SOUGHT
GRAMAPHONE IS NOT
AN UNUSUAL NOISE
LAND  ACTS.
scribed lands:
,slon  to  purchase    Mie    following de-
Commencing  at  a  post   planted  on ,
the north shore of Crib island.    Dated |
June  6th,    1909.      Applying    for the
whole  island,    containing    90    acres
C_.er f��l_a-����.
The cheerful man's thought sculpture, his face Into one of kindliness,
tenches hl_ manner with grace and his
business life with friendliness toward
humanity.���Jacksboro (Tex.) Gasette.
smelting,  drilling Vancouver
ai. milling or for  any  other opera-
District of  Coast  Range One.  	
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of 'more or  less,
.'ancouver   B. C, occupation, jeweler, ; ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON,
,        . ���  .Tor Intends  to apply    for    permission to | Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
i to which it may be adapted or        h                  following     described     Dated June 6th., 1909.
to be us-, d or Bupplirtd for or In con r   . ,	
jmlon with any  other  purposes tor, ^menctog at a post planted In a
.Uch electricity    or   electric,    power -    '. 	
mav   i. api llod or required-    (g)  For
Both   Are  Ther*.
Teacher ��� Is there any connecting
Unk between tbe animal snd the vegetable kingdom! Bright Pupil���Yes,
���ram; Uwrs. r__h.-Philadelphia t��
���Blrar.
Kinston.   Aug.   31
of the PrlnceBa Tht
in tbe Police court
his gramapbone as t
The council thought
cinched when it pa.
against unusual nob
trate decided that
' was not an unusu,
missed tiie complai
steamers in the bar
citizens, but It was
the sanie applied to
marked  the  magisti
.���Robert Lipman
���atre, was charged
with so handling
o disturb citizens.
it had the matter
-sed an ordinance
les, but the uiagis-
tlie gramophone
il noise, and dis-
ni. Whistling by
bor might disturb
not unusual, and
gramophones, re-
ate.
Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet in hot
weather. For washing underclothing it Is unequalled. Cleanses and
purifies. **
Waukesha, Wis., Sept. 1.���Burt Williams, billed on park vaudeville circuits as the suicid. seeker, was probably fatally injured while doing his
act at Waukesha beach yesterday. Williams leaps the gap on roller skates,
turning a backward somersault into
the lake. He turned the somersault
too quickly and struck his head on
the chute, sustaining a fracture of
the skull. Rendered unconscious by
the blow, he narrowly escaped drowning, but was rescued iby spectators
on the pier.
Hurricane in Jamaica.
Kingston, Jamacia, Sept. 1.���The
tall end of yesterday's hurricane hit
a portion of the East-end of the island
between Aquavale and Hope Bay, and
laid low the banana sheds. The loss
is heavy.    There were no casualties.
tor
.���. tjommencing at a post piuuieu m <*
or    electric    power no_th sUnre Qf 1Jer-v ls.  New Westminster   Land   District,  DiS-
, .... ni-...I        / .. i    .  nr J ...       _���>._. .   _____ _._____.__   _._���   ai-...   __l/ an-frfi i ��c.. r
��������� land,   dated  June  4th,   1909.      Apply
Mfcrlng   water   and   water    pov er thp  _,ho,.  lslandi  containmi
2 '   application and dis. mor_ or ,,,..
. rung dams, increasing      ou, 1U.;NIAM1N  ANnKKSON.
Per  S.   II.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 19.9.
tbf head -,f water In any existing
body cf water, or extending the area
'!;���   ' the waters of any
abeam, pond or lake Into any other
channel nr channels, laying or erect-
lug any Hn,, or  flume, pipe  or  wire
ttistru'etlng anv raceways' reservoir, Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, lady
aqueduct welr, wheel building, or Intends to apply for permission to pur-
Otter erection or work which may be chase the toilowing described MA��.
required In connection with the lm-1 Commencing at a post Planted ��n
Provem.m and use of the said water1 the north shore of KlaoUsts ��Umo, a
and wate, power or bv altering, re- small lsiand south of Turner lslanu_
Hewing, oxt.nding. Improving,  repair- Dated   June 6th.   1909.    Applying  for
-. .._ il V. <_*__      In1nn_ _.(_
trict of New Westminster
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, in-
tends to apply for permission to pnr-
jchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1469, thence
District  of  Coast   Range One. .south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
Take notice that Dora Anderson, otjthence north  to coast,  thence follow
Our New Clubbing Offer
Iue or maintaining  any such  works,
or nnv pari thereof.
VANCOUVER   POWER  CO'Y.,   LTD.
(SI. nature i   p,   h.  W.  Hope,    A. E.
Bock, Directors.
J. V  Arniastrong, Secretary.
P. 0. Address, Vancouver, Btl.
ISeai of tli.. Vancouver Power Co'jr.,
Ltd 1
the whole lsiand,    40 acres more or
DORA ANDERSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, AgenL
Dated June 6th, 1909.
lng  the coast line    to point  of commencement.
WILFRID DOUGALI*
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
take notici thai an application has
been made to register Annie Ryder
W owner hn fee simple, under a tax
B''i>- deed from Sidney A. Fletcher to
ttfg&r^
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, or
Vanoouver, B. C, occupation, farmeT,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: .  ._
Commencing at a post planted in
bay at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th. 1909- Applying for the whole Island, contain-
--.-  ... . .1 -.nuer,  a. U.
���"Nlar that certain parcel 0r tract
01 land ami  premises
and I,,
Westn
ig in
ui: ter
lhe
situate,
district  of
lying
New
, '.in the Province of Brlt-
�����     t olumbla,    moro    particularly
����ck I; Lots 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block
i 1. 8. 9, 16 and 17, Block    6;
13 and 20, Block 9; Lots
Lots I
1 a _ ','. *"' li IUIU -u, uiock .; i_ots
J. ��.��, 16 and 17, Block 10; Lots 1, 8
'<   t'��   allll    17,    ltloel.-    14.    t_.\_    a     r     a.,
13 and 20, Bio
Jhd 17, lllock
��, Block 16:
11: Lot
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th. 1909.
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2. New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title numher 1757a, issued In
the nam. of WUUam Oleson, has been
filed ln this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the dat. of the first publication h-.re-
of In a daily newspaper published in
th. City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing. ^^
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Offlce.    New   West-
ninster, B. tt, August 2. 1909.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. tt, occupation, tar-
mer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands
,_,,  ,      '��� J. 9, 16 and 17, Ble_k 18;
U   v.        k  *.!  aU  subdivisions  of
"" -"���, Group 1.      l.nt_ ir,   n    14   to
,14 and 15. in,
liOt
lock
��68, Group i
ol und 32
7, Hi
Bloc
9. 1(1
;'K"  subdivision  of
Lots 24, 2.">, 26, 27,
li  i"l^k,V ^8 2,3,4,5,6
,-k   ���'   23_U,1B 18' 19a��d 20,
f *���  t-ot io. Bl00k B,   Into ,   x'
<Y uml 1T- "lock 1
O,^ 2<>. Block 9, si
;'!:���." ��"U 1;  Ut 7,
I '"'""I' 1, Map 17
inn i i.      '     .
,���, ,       - Block B;  Lots 1, 8,
"��� B1��0k 15;  Lots 4, 5, 12,
subdivision of Lot
7, Block 4, of Lot
. -._!! 174
"I vv! imlr'.,naimlnK lhrou8h or
a">' 'Merest in A P''rsoUs calming.
'"c- of mv ho K;ll(1 land by vir-
11,1(1 all DWsonf!!. ?t8.rea 1nst''ti'nent.
i���  tll(.  gJOM Claiming any interest
a.      Applying	
containing 80 acres more or less
8     RALPH  JACOBSON.
Per 8. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
The Westminster Weekly News	
The Standard of Empire (weekly)..
FOR
1   l"e   said   lo,  i   , s ""'   ""erest,
"tie i. .I,.U,U| b>' descent, whose
^'ons o ,h!Sl.?Tter6d u,����er the pro-
i..-��� required,    U'ul ReKistt'v Act,"
���'i     ���n- .    C<im"St   ^   C'lal��t   Of
thi'   "��� ;f i *Y]n l0" daj's
Is notlc. ���   ,        irst Pu,,11c-i"on
tlcea��d in default of acav-
th.
from tj
"I thi
District of Coast Range On*.
Take notice that Jacob Jaoobeon.
of Vanoouver. B. tt, occupation car-
penter, intends to apply for permis
sion to purchase the following de
scribed lands: ._,., on
Commencing at a post V?1**���
the southwest shore of Mound islandL
Dated, June 4th, 1909. AW*g*��JS
the whole lsiand, containing 80 acres
more or less. nncsnN
JACOB JACOBSUN,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909
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~ DAILY  J
THE DAILY NEWS,
THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER ,
190?.
NOTICE
LOOK
See our fine assortment of Door
Mats and  the prices.
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.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
City News
*************************
Satisfaction is the
thing everyone desires, and you will
certainly   get    it!
while dealing with
j
PiBUC SUPPLY STORES:
OOO FELLOiVS' block
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witcbazel Cream
We also  havs all  kinds  of complexion   creams   and   skin   foods
at
Mil. DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.
Good Pay
means good work���good work means
good training. We give the finest
training possible in stenography and
bookkeeping. Our night school be
g'ns on Wednesday evening, September 15, for the purpose of offering
opportunities of study to young men
and women employed during the day.
Students may enter our classes at any
time and take such subjects as they
may select.
No one should hesitate to enter.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
610 Columbia Street
TRADE
Owner wil! trad; for good farm land
improved or otherwise, a .room hous.
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New Westminster. Splendid view.
Monthly rental $25. Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS
jOF COURT  BLOCK. VANCOUVER.
Everything for ths garden a: nay s
one 184. ������
The new postofflce for Edmonds
was opened yesterday in the r ���-������
dence of D. C. Patteson. near the
junction of thv int.rur.i_Q car line,
and Twelfth sue.:
Dr. J. D. Gambit- . optician, is at 62S
Columbia street, Room 15, every Friday.
H. C. Barnwell has he-n appointed
postmaster at \ .dder River. Tht
new jiosioffirv is situated on the
southeast quarter section of township
23, New Westminster district.
If you are looking for a nom,- In
tbe <ity or for a location to build In
the suburbs, call on the Settlers' As
soclation of B. C., Begbfe strei They
have several good properties for sale
��� it .ier f"r cash or on easy t.-rins. 198-0.
Tlie returns from tne land registry
.office for August show the steady increase in the prosperity of thr ci;v
and district for the past month '
amounting to $2841.03, as against
I$2326.68 for August, 1908.
A carload of first.-la-- dressed
meats  received over ths C. P.  Kail-
I way.    y. Burns tc Co. 203 ,
Over a hundred cases were 'ried
by the police magistrate during Au
gust, tbe majority being common ca.--
c-.s of drunkenness, some few with dis- ���
irderly conduct 'there were few
Y-rious off'.-nces.
l-'or first-cia.-s cut  flowers and  an> I
of Floral worK, telephone Davies
Grei uhouse, R208. ���* j
Th.- customs collections for the
month of August amounted to $19,-
287.04,    and    revenues    from    other
;sources $502.72, making a total in all .
of $1S,741-76, a marked increase over |
the  collections  for  tbe corresponding j
I month last year.
I    Hon. Sydney Fisher, minister of ag- j
riculture,   writes  from   Victoria   explaining   his   telegram   regretting   in-
Iability to accept a public luncheon in
the city, and ������'ay. the number of matters requiring his attention during his
(stay on the coast precludes invitations to other functions,
Starling   Saturday,   August   21,  thei
B. C. Electric city and Sapperton cars '
will   make one extra  trip for the ac- [
Icommodation   of    the   New   Westminster people attending the horse races l
.Minora   park,   Lulu   island.      'I'll   j
(last Sapperton car will leave the of-]
fice at 11:30 p.m.. and the city car at ;
11:20 p.m.
i
|    A baritone singer at one of the lo- j
leal   variety   halls  w-ag  taken   back  to '
,the Vancouver police station last evening to answer a charge of stealing a
Igrip and contents.    He states to the
police that the grip was a gift to him
and tlie   matter  will  be  threshed  ou:
in   the   courts.
Constable Gammon of the provincial police Is at Agassi, where he will
keep an eye o_ the many Indians who
are flocking into that country for the
I hop-picking. Among other things he
Will  endeavor  to  prevent  the   selling i
jof liquor to the redmen.
I Bargain days at P. Burns &. Co..;
���Friday and Saturday. 203 '
Word was  received  from  Shuswap I
lake today of the death by drowning,
of John Thompson, who was employed
as  'tig-iie-.-r  at  the  Granite  hatchery
there.      It  appears    that    Thompson I
i had gone out In a boat on the lake on j
Sunday   and   that   lie   was   overtaken |
by  a  violent  storm  before he could i
make the shore again.      News of tho !
catastrophe     was     cenvtyed     to  thej
hatchery   I y   the   finding   of   the   upturned boat,
4
**@__fl��f_S5_.��_ -;'___?_ _-,_.225.
I
Our entire  stock   of  LADIES'   I
WASH SUITS and CHILDREN'S
DRESSES to clear at half price.
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
_3K��_B__-___D__EJ3X&__i _.
Buy Orchard   lands   while  they  are
cheap and  become independent.      We
ar..- the official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co., Lid. Let
us tell you about their choice holding.- I
at  Appleland.      A new townsite and '
fruit  district    along the  line of    tiv .
IB. C.  Electric  Chilliwack  Iia,, and  V. |
V. <_ K. Cloverdale to Somas Railway.
This section excel is In the production
of all fruits.   Come at once while the '
best lands are selling cheap and lei us I
show you this section at our expense.
We  can   sell    (iv..-.  ten,    fifteen  an l
twenty acr(. tracts on easy terms.     .',
J.  Hart   _;  Co.,   Ltd *���
Work was commenced yesterday on
the construction of the approach to
the new Lulu lsiand bridge. Tin-
roadway win he built up on a foundation Of mill waste and a quantity of
this is being dumped in position.
When this is sufficiently high, the
city will place finishing material on
the surface. Th.- B. C, Electric will
shortly start the construction of a
trestlework approach to the bridge
for iheir proposed Lulu Island .branch,
for which povision is made In the
istucture.
THE NEW SHOE STORE
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
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Snaps in Lots j
$
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Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    snd    Illustrated
Songs.
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THE LATEST HIT8 OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, We.-
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
(or ladies and children Saturdays at
8:30 p. m.
LINE;  $225;   TERMS,
__��_?.T.8 a__...T^iL-FIH.._TR _ET CA_R   LINE���66x145   FEET;     J
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER  RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;   $600;  TERMS.
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These snaps are money-makers.   For further       t
particulars apply to ���
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
STORE CLOSES AT 6 P M DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY.
We S. Collister & Co,
THE NEW MODELS IN
Dress Goods, Silks,
Trimmings and
ACCESSORIES
FIRST SHOWING OF THE EXQUISITE fALL DRESS MATERIALS.
Like a butterfly emerging from its long: sleep, the
Dress Goods Section will today cast aside the gauzelike tissues of Summer and step radiantly forth
garbed in the deep, full colorings of the autumnal
season.
From all over this great land we have gathered a
most comprehensive, beautiful display of magnificent dress materials of every sort, which will appeal
most strongly to fashion-loving women.
LUSTROUS SILKS, BEWITCHINGLY PRETTY WOOLLENS IN SELF
COLORINGS AND TWOTONE EFFECTS, ELEGANT TRIMMINGS,
BUTTONS, SOUTACHE BRAIDS, GARNITURES AND ACCESSORIES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, MATERIALS WHICH ARE MOST THOR
OUGHLY ADAPTED FOR BEING FASHIONED INTO GARMENTS OF
THE PREVAILING MODES WITH THEIR SOFT FLOWING LINES AND
WEALTH   OF   EMBELLISHMENT.
Twill prove a rare showing, and one not to be
equaled anywhere outside of the metropolitan cities.
Every fabric, every bit of trimming, every accessory, is an authentic delineation of the Fall fashions
in these wanted goods. There's not a woman but
who is interested in the style trends for the coming
season, and this showing will outline them most perfectly for her.
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Stunning Autumn Suits for Women.
These  early  arrivals���and there  are lots of th.'m  here already���portray  the    styles   that   are  to  be
worn th ig season.
..       _   .    ,,,-...,u -.   i-~d skirts.
Charming   English   and   French   worsteds  and  seraes   in   smart   tw��_tn���_ .tt.r-t.  ���.,,<  p|ain  colors;  hand-
Many   stunning   styles  are  noticeable���authoritative   long  coat models, with pleated or gored
-ming   English   and   French   worsteds  and  serges   in   smart  two-tone effects and  plain  colors
-idly   tailored   styles
$20.00 to $40.00
some cheviots and  Venetians   . .Three-quart.r length coats predominate;;   strictly   tailored   styles-   trim
mings of wide silk bands, tabs and  buttons.
The new shades of navy, green, brown   and   grey  with   black   are   Will
represented;   prices	
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Women's Coats
In Beaver Cloth and Broadcloth, in black, navy, green,
taupe, high turnover collars,
trimmed with satin strappings and satin tubular
cloth, brass and J^t buttons,
Semi-fitting, sal In lined.
Prices
$14.50 fo $35
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Special Showing of
Material, for
Children's Dresses
An   enllr,.   new   ral       ':
popular    durable   ma i   ���
displaying    all    the correel
Bhadings, ftoxana doth,  -���''
In stripe, striped serg
rlettas, etc.      Per yard
50c
Satin Striped
Venetian Suitings
Navy green, dark cardinal,
44 inchos wide, permanent
finish; narrow strip.; a
splendid fall suiting In ev-
every respect, per yard
90c
Suit Lengths
Diagonal an,| self Striped
worsted suiting. f��4 lnf '"
in width; no two aUKS.
showing the newest Bhaow
of rose, reseda, prunella
peacock blue, navy,
myrtle  and  black.
brown,
$8.75
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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